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J. G. LYNOB'8
Real Estate Column
Alegan&r county landi, Cairo tol to
m change tor St, LonU properly.
A One residence on corner Halbrook
venue aud Twcoty-tblrd strict, it bar
rain. Cottage on 8ixth ttreet between Wb
teuton avenue end Walnut street.
House am lot on Eighth itreet between
Walnut aud Cedar, SI ,630.
KOU REM I.
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Machine Co., on Commercial avc-nue, bo
tweeu Tenlb and Elcveutb ptrvwt.
The first floor of a brirk dwelling cor
ocrot Nineteenth and Poplar street.
Cottage on tbe north side ol Twelfth
street between Walnut and Cedar.
Business bouse on Levee strctt above
tight, and In good repair.
Koom In a two itory house on Com
84 -clal avenue between Ninth and Tenth
Store room near corner ot Twentieth
ar.d Poplar itreet; f 8.
Tenement 3, 4, S and 111 lit Winter's
Row for $10 per month, and in ArsUlaH
Cottage on Twenty-first street between
Fyeamore and Poplar.
Rooms In nearly every part of the ity.
rOC LEA3E OK SALE.
Lands In tract to mil, near Cho.
Ta "Iraa Trail "
A spicy sketch, descriptive ot a trip
over the Atchlnson, Topeka and 8anta
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains
by "Sytn Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic ot the New York World,
sent free on application, together with
tbo Snn.'uan OuiJt, maps and time ta
bles! this new and popular route trom
Kansas City and Atchlnson to Pueblo,
Denver, and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Mine.
Tbe finest lineot Pullman sleepers on tbe
oontbtent between the Missouri river and
tbo Rocky Mountains without change.
Spedal round trip tourists' tickets trom
tbe Missouri river to Denver at $50, good
to top off at all points. Address,
T. J. AxiKnsojc,Gen. Pass. Ag 't.,
Tbe rapidity and certainty with which
Dr. Morris' tfyrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and tlorebound cure diseases of tbe res
piratory organs and Its reliability a a
remedy tor consumption long ago secured
lor it a foremost rank among medicines
of Us clas. It Is In fact tbe recognized
specific for throat and bronchial disor
ders. It promptly check a cough, no
matter of how long standing, and af
fords great relief In wise of asthma. It
should uot be mistaken for a palliation,
-Jaw It not only affords immediate re-)k-f,
bit lo reiuovt-s til traces ol the
toaMjr. It i a rpeelne lor onp, Trial
size 10 rents. Lrga tils 50 cents and
$1, for sale by UarcUy Bros., Cairo ; also
agents tor Pro!. Parker's Pleasant Worm
Hjrup. which never fail. Plea-ant to
take, and requiree no phvlc. Price 25
cnti. .Nov. ai-On-dAw
We have this day sold to Mr, E. C
Kord the entiru lot of moulding tools
tte , of the picture framing department
ol th Bulletin. All orders for frame
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this office. We bespeak tor him the lib
erality ol patronagu that has been be
stowed upon us. ilis assortment ot
moulding is complete, prices beyond
competition and be, gttarenteea satisfac
tion in all ceg.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1S7J.
tf C'lIRO BlllETIK CO.
J. .r ateiahaaao.
on Eighth street, two doors from Al x
antler County Bank, Is the plae to get a
fashionable hair cut or a Mxiooth rbave
or anything else In the barber Hue. La
dlei' and cbitdrens' balr cut or c1tcikJ.
alther at tbo shop or tbelr homes.
Tor a smooth shave, a neat and fash
loimble. hair cut, or refreshing cbanipoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. The beet of perfumeries and
bair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment U the only one In tbo city, and Is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. U
ta tbe largest and finest stock of Boys'
and Youths' clothing that has ever been
Jn Cairo. He can suit a child from four
up to any age, at prices to suit tbe
500 piece of prints, 100 pieces Jeans,
500 piece of muslin. New styles and
teal brands at tbe New York store. Pull
. lne of dry good. 1 1-3-ot
Mrs. Daniel Lampert will continue tbe
barber business of ber late husband, at
the old stand on Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. The bop
will be under tbe supervision of John
Lampert who 1 a tirst-clasa barber and
lovlles old and uew customers to give
him a call. tf .
A flrbt-cl&ss runner is wanted at the
Delta housj. Call Immediately. None
but a tlrst-class one need apply. tf
To call at the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Walder baa a large
stock ol Overcoat and Men and Boy
s ulu at price to suit the time.
IUqav' Mao.vou. Bum preserve
and restore tbe complexion remove
freckles, tan aud ullownesa ; make tbo
akin soft, white and delicate. It appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lvov's Katiuikov make beautiful,
atoy, Inxurlant hair; prevent lu (all
leg oat or turning gray. It b stood
tba teal of 40 jeara. J ciwmlngly per
futsetj aod tai do rival.
tutus ur AftTJtt.
44sss4 S) s ay
KJAU Villi M aasrttoiM, ara du ta fay.
TraBSlsat 4tarWta wtl) batastrcd attfet
tits of si u) parruara fotnts Irtt tstueUoa
OlMoont wtn ba aaate oa tSas'Uaff 6i dit 1
l ot iastrUaf f uuaral ftoUes t in Vo'lca ol
bxwUbf of sooMlv of secvat orlers 4) uau u
Chreb, boatatf, raettral ao4 Buvi" ttUcas
will o&ly be lastttad as advartiaNaaau
Vo wlTaTiIseDMSit will a reaat vd Mtei uaa
u aaato, an4 bo amrtitibat will t tusert!
fir lee tbaa tam dollar ft uiootk
LOCAL BValSfcM HOTICCS
Of ouu square (S lluos space) or more, lu
sertvd la tbo btxtxnx a follow : (Less
tbau oue square counted a a square.)
Ouo Insertion per square m Z SO
Two Insertion per equarc. 73
Three Ineertlou per uare 1 (K)
hix luecrtlon per stjuart I 73
Two weeks per njuarc M 3 W
One month per squnrc J W
!loelal rait uiado on larjra advertise
tn:nts or for longer time,
AflCAt.O.N LOIMJE, 61.
Kniuof lythia, mwntTTy I"r1
lar niphl t hal(-mvt MTcti, in V1
t hmwllur Canuuiwli-r.
ALKXAXIiKH IvOnOK, ?IO. 134.
In4riwnlttt tirtar of lxW-i-
'.tvHi . A iiavoiw. J
1AlRO EXtAJIPMEVT, f . O. O. T.. n
m O'M-rvUowi' lUU od tli Arttuid Uitfd
n--lo) to everx mnatb, at bal-pa"t
A. Com !. C P
a CA1KU LODGE. SO. WS,A.t. 4A.M.
aMr llitld rerulaf rommoalcatioDi In Ma
sonic Hull, contr I'ommrrrial avenue
an-l Kijfhih rrr. oa Um M-ood and
i.rth VomlT of rarh month
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Friday Evening, Nov. 24
J. It. nverly
Win, Foote, Jr.,
. . .Manner.
Tbe Large at and Most Be fined
Mintrfl OrjrniztUn Travrlin, aod in
auaition to ilia dsoim od ibe bili
THE rtOWED COMEDIANS
Goss and Fox.
it HAVFKcY STllEATBE, CHICAGO
AimioMun 5i reDU; K-M-rved sat,T5
centi. viUfis be secured 3 da; s In ad
vance at Hirtman's.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER it. lO.
!al WcalStar Btepvrt.
C4IAO. Ili,., Vur. tl
naa Haji j Tub, i Wcwd Vat. Wiatm
7 a m ! jo. 881 I I W t)
11 ' I Ht.iS 41 I W 7 do
p.m .21'i I 47 J W do
. IV I Vi.il ? 47 ' .tW j do
Benceant, Burnal errrlrt. I'. A.
Bill tleads and Monthly Statements, pick
and yellow, at the Bvllktin ofllct'. tf
Ssaalacaa Slaajaa far Rent.
The brick building corner of Oblo
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason-
able terms. Apply to B. F. Blakl. tf
A secutid hand Siat-r sewing machlue
or aulc cheap. Apply at Stewart &
Winters auction room.
Ladies Halt! Watr.
For sale, a ladle Elgin hunting caee
gold wateh ; retail price $73 00, will be
told for 55 ; 00 has never been URd.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
liver Taa bet.
Ouc Roger. Smith &, Co.' silvir tea
set. Triple plate, 6 pieces, entirely new,
retail prkc $80 00, can be bought for
$45 (s). Apply toE. A. Burnett.
for Mala ar -I lie Arliain
This well known and popular hotel Is
now ottered for sale or lease, on easy
terms. For particulars inquire on the
premises. Tut. B. Em,
W w ill pay no bills for good or mer
chandise purchased for tbe Bilixtin
by any of the employes, unless the pur
chase Is tnado on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of tbe com
pany. Cai BQf BCLIKTUC CO.
T Tbe risiavaa raira and Bar
Having removed my queens ware store
to my old stand, corner of Sixth street
aad Commercial avenue, 1 am prepared
to tell everything la the crockery and
glassware lino at price never before of
fered lu Cairo; intending to devote my
entire attention to the crockery business,
I bave purchased tb i largest and finest
assortment ever brought to this market,
and it U uow ready for inspection. Give
us a rail before yon purchase elsewhere.
tf. Dam Hsrtman.
Kirat r tba MeMaaa.Uraad Staaaae.
Tbo Delta Dancing Club, composed of
a score ot the young men of this city,
will reorganize tor tbe season ou Tues
day evening, December Ctb, 1876, by giv
ing a grand masquerade ball at Scueel'
hall. Tickets, $1.00 each. Ticket can
be procured of any of the committee, or
of Phil 8aup, Taul Schub or M. J. Mo
Gauley. Kvueitsb Cooe,
Cba. A. PCT,
SH CoojiBitae of Arnagemsoti.
JuJoDros adjourorj probata court
llie largest and finest Stock of Gants
Furnishing Goods cao bo fuuod at Ika
Tfalder's, cormr fl Jlxtb and Ohio
City Jailer Pat. Mauaban, wuh bis
chain gang, baa been bard at work lor
several days Itvprovlu tb tn4 ou
rat sjala tea.
A large (Xo. 27) Loin, t, v.00 j
stove. Enquire at Gss olUcc.
?w H. T. Qafcotiu.
At tf arlMan'a.
A full Hue of Rodger' best silver plated
goods, castors, tea and table spoons,
knives and forks ; also a complete auort
ment of the best brand of tablo and
pocket cutlery at bottom price. 2Mf
Sartbar 'bbaa; and Hroal.
R. J. Cundil has a car load of Nortlt
ern cabbage, aud a car load ot krout for
ralu cheap, at bis grocery, north aide of
FJyhlh strtet. bvtwet-n Wadhlngton and
Couunerflal avenuas. 11-21-Cl
Kaaarta Tsar ats.
PariKa who wish to aecure reserved
seats for the Saw Orleans minstrel per
formance to-night, should apply to Dan
Hartmuu early this morning. The troupe
It me of tbe best traveling, and r:ll be
grot-ted by a big bouse.
A practical book-keeper and account
ant desire to take charge of a set of
books, or would do copying or writing of
any kiud at a moderate salary. Would
devote evenings if necessary. Addres
W. F. P.. P. O. box Ml, Cairo Illinoi.
Sanaelaiaa: Cvrrybady Waala.
A hmp chimney that will not brack.
Vou will find them at Hartman'a new
quc-ensware store. He has the largeat
and best assortment of fine flint chlmnics,
which be Is selling at the same price of
common chimmes. Try them, fie de
ne coin petition . 23-tf
al4a) to Repeat.
Tbe ladles who conducted the parlor
concert at the.resldence ot Mrs. Charles
Gahgher on last Tuesday evening, have
been asked to repeat the performance at
the Atnennum at as early a date aa Is
convenient for them. Whether tke con
cert will be repealed we have not learned.
Tbat Lea-Tear Fartf.
Tle leap-year calico party, to be given
by the Ladles' Library association, prom
Ises to be a grand success. Refreshments
will be served from 10:30 until 12 o'clock.
The following committees have been ap
pointed : On reception, Mrs. John II.
Oberly. Mrs. A. B. Ssfford, Airs. Kors
meyer and Miss Rogers; floor managers,
Mrs. Phil. Howard, Mrs. Wm. Winter,
Mrs. C. Pink, Miss Kate Thompson add
Miss Anna Pitcher.
Th many Cairo friends or Hon. D. W.
Munn and D. T. Linegar, Esq., will he
rejoiced to learn that they have got out
of their trouble with the United States at
St. Louis. A nolle was entered and they
were discharged. It la proposed by Mr.
Linegar's friends to give to biui a con
gratulatory banquet at the Ht. Charles
hotel, at which resolutions of confidence
will be adopted and peeche exnresslve of
the sentiments of the public of this city
will be made.
Brackets, brackets ! Call immediately at
Variety Bracket House, just opened.
Designs entirely new from 25c. up. Ladies
toilet brackets, hat racks, paper and card
receivers, lipper cases, match sates, etc.
Rustle frames, plain walnut, or mixed
woods, all work put up in fonr different
style. Beautiful heavy moulding frames.
Orders taken for all odd sijed rustic
frames, baotlf ul photograph frames, oval
racks, etc., all at bottom prices, Com
mercial avenue, opposite eity shoe store,
Mr. S wander's old atoi e. Agents wanted.
J Me It ta riyaaea.
Wa regret to say that a pressure upon
our columns, lack of hands, etc., pre
vents us from laying beloreour readers
the letter of his honor, Mayor Winter, to
bis excellency, Prexldent Grant. We
would, however, have printed it at what
ever there may have been to us ot Incon
venience and trouble bud It not got into
tbe council proceedings and been pub
lished in tbe Suh. There It will glitter to
the credit ot Mayor Winter's ability as a
writer ol pure and forcible English and
bis great sagacity as a man and dasblng
enterprise as the first citizen ot tbe rising
city of tbo Mississippi valley.
Tba Saw Orlttaaa Hlnalrala.
To-night Haverly' truly excellent
New Orleans Minstrel appear at the
Atheneuin. This company cannot be
surpassed, tor true merit, by any similar
orgaulzatlou traveling, and give a per
formance that Is highly entertaining and
funny. In addition to the names of the
noted stars whose names are to be seen on
the company's programmes and posters,
the famous Gosa and Fox, two of the
finest sketch artists In tbe profession, will
appear, and a sight at them alone is well
worth the price of admission. Tbe Omaha
Herald, speaking of this troupe, say :
'Last night Haverlcy's New Orleans
Minstrels were greeted by a house fall to
tbe last row of seats, and tbe hearty
laughs, enthusiastic applause and fre
quent recalls showed bow thoroughly
the perlormanee was enjoyed. From tbe
orchestral overture to tbe final farce there
was not a moment when tbe audience
was not keenly inter? Med in tbe varied
programme. Tbe features which deserved
especial mention were "Tbe Kkidmore
Guards,.' the cornet duet by Benjamin
and Gorton, and the clog dancing by
Stiles, Boyd and Lawton. Tbe reputa
tlon ot Haverly' New Orleans Minstrel's
bas not sufl'ered by their last night' per
formance, and they will undoubtedly
tare btrealter equally full bouse to tbat
which went borne pleased and gratified.
-n- ,i 1 'i i, i u . jgia
tS tCIIS-LIWIi B0VICItt.
lekare, tbo Cbsad
wltb tbe KIltlMV f Lewie.
John V;kers, tbe man charged hb
(bo murder of tie negro Champion
Lewi in this city on tbe fttb last, wa
taken bolero Justice ot tbe Peace Bros
aud A. Comings yesterday. Tba trU
was be! I m Judge Dross ottici
Vkkert, aceompalued by Deputy Sber
11 John Cam and Jailor Dick riUgerald.
was brought luto court at about half pact
nine o'clock ; but it wa after eleven bo
tore tbo trial wa commenced, the time
Intervening between the arrival ol the
prisoner aud tbe opening ot tbe trial be
ing consumed la summoning and grttlug
the witnesses together.
Vkkers is a large aud powerfully built
men, and would undoubtedly turu the
scale at U Q buudrrd pounds. Ho has
short black curly hair, gray eye, and is
badly pock-marked about thu fee.
His visage is by no mean prepos-slng.
We would suppose him to be thirty-six
or thirty -eight years of age. tie Is said to he
the proprietor ore grocery store at Uard
well, Ballard rouuty, Kentucky. Ili
deportment during the trial waa that of
a man fully impressed wtib tbe enormity
of the crime charged against him.
The defendant was represented by
Judgre J.' H. Mulkey. County Attorney
Mulkey conducted the examination ou
the part of the people.
There wa perhaps a dozen witnesses
sworn cn either side, and alter the sepa
ration ol Ihe witnesses, the
Chas. A. da up, an employe of tbe
Argui-Journal cilice, was the lln-t wit
ness called, and testified as follows:
He did not sec the shoolinir, but heard
the report of the pUtol. The shooting
took place at about fifteen minutes after
one o'clock in the afternoon. When he
first saw tbe parties they were In front ot
the express office on Ohio levee, and beard
a part of tbe conversation between them.
From the conversation he understood
tbat Vlckers bad some ot Lewis' money
in bis possession, and bad paid a portion
of It to some one whom tbe negro owed.
Tbe negro said It was not true aod added,
"I thought 1 would catch yen in Cairo
riQHT inx mattib oct."
Vickers said, "I don't want yon to talk
fight to me," and walked np street.
About that time Fred Good, (another
negro) came up, and told Lewis to go and
get an officer and bave him arrested.
Both tbe darkle-- then started down the
levee and went around tbe corner of
Sixth street. Vickers went op the levee
to Williamson's store, and in a lew min
utes came bark again and stood In front
ot Herbert's saloon. About the same
time Good and Lewis came back np the
street, and tbo witness went to Lewi
and told him be had better keep away or
be would get shot, that Vicker looked
like a man tbat would shoot. Lewi re
plied tbat be "could do that In Kentucky
but couldn't do it on this side ot tbe
river," and started op towards Vickers.
Witness went to Good and told blra tbat
if he wa a friend of Lewis he had better
keep him away. Good said ho was not
going to have anything at all to sav.
Tbe witness walked up the street, and
saw Lewis talking to Vickers In front ol
Herbert's saloon ; witness wae only about
fifteen yards from them, but could
not hear what was said. Vickers
led Louis and went up the meet to Wil
liamson's store and stood In tbe door.
The negro followed him op, and when
witness got to them the negro was talk
ing to Vickers in a very abusive manner.
LouU said he "wanted to fight it ought,"
and wanted Vickers to fight with him.
Vickers said be didn't want anything to
do with him at all.
Tbe witness tben left and went up Into
the ArfuJouriuil office. Shortly after
wards he beard the shooting, and on go
ing down-stairs found Louis sitting ou
the step. Witness did not see the shoot
ing. William Naubtoii was the next witness
called. As he was going to dinner he
saw tbe parties in front ol the express
office. It seemed thut the darkey
claimed some money from Vickers. The
darkey said tbey bad had trouble in
Kentucky, and couldu't settle it there,
and that he had come to Cairo to settle
It ; he would have his money before be
went back by some means. Vlckers
told him "to go away and not bother
him." Vicker bad two jugs which be
took to G. D. Williamson's. He came
back and met Lewis in front ol the bank
where they again began arguing. Lewis
kept asking VicKers tor bis money, and
Vickers said, "go away." When wit
ness got around the corner he beard a
shot and turned back aud got to where
the negro wa lust as tbe last shot was
tired. Vickers bud bis band through the
The case had not been concluded at
the adjournment ot court last evening,
and will be continued this morning at 9
Eaaialalas; tbe Rallata.
Jacksou Frick, Esq., attorney for Mr.
John A. Reeve, objected to the examln
nation of tbe ballot cast at I he late elec
tion, and threatened Mr. Jacob O. Lynch,
the county clerk, with the terms of tbe
law, It he should permit Mr. John Q.
Herman, who is contesting the election
of Mr. Reeve, to "tamper with the bal
lots." The vote by ballot Is a means by
whlsh the citizen may vote without be
ing Influenced by any considerations per
sonal to himself. Tbe ballot Is, In short,
a secret vote, and this secrecy should be
held sacred ; but the fact that tbe voters
are registered In this state, that their
ballots are numbered with tbe number
act opposite their name on the llt of
voter, implies that under certain cir
cumstances It may be necessary to ascer
tain who voted a certain ballot, or wbat
ballot was cM by a certain person. We
have faint recollection that some court
In U,li t,lo dcclufd Hat It wr.s uu
eonstltutlocal t cumber tU ballet
of votes, bat wo do not bellcvo tbls de
cision has been made by the snprcaiu
court ; aod certainly, nndcr tbo statute,
the man contesting for an otBco bat a
right to examlno tbe ballot out ot court
for tbe purposes of the contest. Section
W) of cbpter V5, Revised btatutc, pro.
vi Jos, that "la all case of contested elec
tion, the parties contesting tbe tame
shall bave tbo tight to have the said
package ol ballot opened, and said bal
lot referred to by witnesses for the pur
poje of such contcit. But said ballot
hall only bo so examined and referred to
In tho presence of tbo olllccr bavlnj the
Now, the question Is: "Where may
tbcae ballots be examined r" Mr. Frlck
may say; In court, since tbe only
purpobe of examining them Is to allow
Hie wllucsae In the contested cao to
refer to them ; but If this it the meaning
of the statute why does It say tbe parties
contesting shall have the right to have
the package ot ballot opened only In
the presence of the ;ulodlau of the bal
lots ? The court, without this provision,
would have a right to bring tbe ballots
Into Its presence and examine thtm.
But the point raised by Mr. Frlck Is a
n ce one, and we shall see wbat we shall
We can recommend our readers to u.e
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in all rases of
cough, cold, etc. It only costs 23 cenU
a bottle, and Is warranted to cure. (15)
On Halllday and Phillips' wharf boat ot
lurnitnre ot every description, saved
from the wreck of the ateamer Arlington
(lately sunk), will commence at 3 o'clock
p.m., Saturday, Nov. 25th, 1S76, and
continue from day to day until the same
Is closed out. Sales positive and without
reservo. U inttr & Stewart, Auct'r.
Tba Rural Hcw-Torker,
Now comes to us with sixteen clean,
neatly-printed pages, embellished with
fine illustrations and full of scientific and
practical agriculture and literature. For
the agriculturist and the family circle It
is on indispensable weekly visitor. Its
editor-in-chief Is Jthe celebrated horti
culturist, A. S. Fuller, associated with
whom are E. H. Carm&n and XT. A. Wll
lard, while, a? special contributors, they
are asirted by such men a William
Robinson, Charles Downing, Charle3 V.
Riley, Thomas Mecban, James Vick, and
many others of equal eminence in their
respective sclentlllc and practical f peel
alties. It keeps Its raornl tone to that
high standard which fits It tor any family
in th land. The mother can rely upon
it to furnih household recelpes for daily
me, pleasant stories lor leisure rending
and excellent moral entertainment for
the children. The father may confi
dently look for tbo latest experiments
and discoveries in bis dally avocations,
accompanied by good advice and care
fully revised markets, embracing nearly
every product for sale. In addition to
this it publishers, (the Rural Publishing
Co., 78 Dnane St., New Y ork.) as an ac
knowledgment ot their late increased
patronage, have reduced its price to only
$2.00 a year. Send to them for a speci
men copy, which tbey will m:ill to you
Friday afternoon, 2oclock,Nov. 21, 1M6,
At 111 Commercial avenue, children's
carriages, rocking hors, etc.
Winter & Stlwakt,
bave Year Money.
If you want cheap castors and Rodgers'
silver plated spoons, go to Hartman's
new queenswaro store. ITc is selling
them twenty-five per tent les than you
can buy them at auction. tf
Santa Clause has arrived and appointed
Dan Hartman hi agent for Cairo. He
has left the largest, tineat and cheapest
assortment of holiday present and toys
ever brought to Cairo. Come everybody
and see for yourselves, it is no trouble to
show goods. tf
In the history of the world the clean
est nations have always been victorious
In tbe struggles and competitions ot time.
As with people, so with iudlviduaU.
Wltb a constant supply of B. T. Babbitt's
Best Soap for personal and family use.
everything Is sure to move along se
renely, and the happiest results attained
Cairo, Ills., Nov. 23. 1676.
There has been no chance of Import
ance In tbe situation of business since
Monday. Everything hns moved along
smoothly and quietly, with a fair amount
of activity attending each branch ol
trade. The weather has been clear and
cool. The river trade keeps up well,
freight to the South being plenty. Rate
In the flour business there has been no
change whatever. Choice graJes are In
good supply and quiet. Low grade are
In limited supply. The demand for tbe
latter is strong. Price on all grades ore
unchanged and firm.
The bay market Is well supplied with
common stock, but of strictly choice
there is a scarcity. For the latter there
is a fair demand, while common Is very
There is an uctlve demand lor white
corn, both In sacks and In bulk. There
It very little on tbe rorrket. Tbe ruling
price for sacked Is 4Jc The supply of
oats I very light. There Is an u-grnt
demand at price quoted below.
Tbe demand for both city and country
meal 1 good. There I none of either
kind on the market. Bran is in good
supply and quiet.
poultry of all kind 1 l-i j M dcin in .
Tho supply i light.
The butter market Is overstocked with
common and Inferior butter, and sale
are alow, htriotly choice soarco and In
good demand. There are but few egg
jornlny h, and prleci have advanced.
Cairo Roal Estate, Improved and Unimproved
Residence and Business Property at
Public or Private Sale.
The undersigned offr fer ! the fullowiox choice lot of Cairo Propsrtj, tv-
?aBC2nd"iltii,I.B ft1!1!111 f TwentlMh street, emrrlstr.f lot, 10, II,
a waning, 13 rooms ciokSU, bath room, msrblo mania, balls, cerrtaor. and all tbe
appurtenance of a Vrst-elars modern dwelling. Ihe buil lna: hat Jut iboioueklv
repainted and repair!, and is in every way tbe qual of aoy la Uae city. aur
roundlu? ground are Ustetully laid out, beaulifiru and adorued with ebolec aad val
uable shrubbery and frutk
mA wn V.5n!i "uJ,1urtn Property "oa'lstlne ot lots 6. 6, T, 8,9 10, II, 13. II and !. 1st
bloek 2. 4th addition, ittuatnd on the louibweit corner ot Twai.t)-ir.urth n-t ttae
streets i lot and cootaln a Urge ouo and onchaii (I l-x) t ry fini dwell, i.e. 7
rp ms. Kod cistern, pump, ottbouses, eto. Ail tbese luts are under rood tenees.abd
Hit iTerolra-In tboruugh repair
Also tho re-tden e p op rtv itustd on the snuth tdef Tenth utreet, west ol Wal
fiumrceuli Ids; l.UlTandle, block :o, city. Tbere U oa lot .8 a fine two story
trauie dwelling, 7 rooms, il m, good cistern, tuihou:?, tc, la tLorouia rpalr. A
It'trabte jroprly in all re-peets.
Alto ad thai valuable bti-dness and residence property si'usUd at the oathwest can
ner ol J cnlii reut and V? .! nw x avenue, on lot 1 and 8, Mock iy of Cairo,
and comprising t'.rre (3) ot Ihe be-t retail .tor. room- in ibe city, an i aout 15 rood.
I rge rooms suitable lor rainlbe or hotrders g Kd cis'trus outhouses tte All la
g,odrep.lr. This Is ore oi tbe best bumnna location tn Cairo.
Alto ibe magniOoj-nt bu lnt! i r pert. M'tia-ed on tb eorth side of Trih atreet.
of omuier. 1 I avenue, cut. rt..g lo-e 87, 84. S and 40. in bio i VS at..t r ns'nUna
of bye (B) One two siory b-lck store- or warebou. each SO rret f o by 0 leei dto.
Un. roomy, substantial butluiDg situated in the bus nes cenurv i ri j. these
a'e not PXcelle.i In Cairo -
Al'0 tie manmoi" one story frame warehous situ td g& lots V a d n ' 13 jid
'4, lu hi ta Si, baving a fronta on T-inb re. I, wt "f ommerclm r u- f 80
e.i. md rui. oln back 2"0 r. rt to Heveitb tre . he bi.tiien lo I . hla
property i tiuexof llrd. buil eubt mU In eve.y r ,p . aud s-.Ui.le u. tbe
beav est anj bulkiest meruhai o 4C. .
Aljothe lollowmjr jacint lot- In the mme ll, ck, I oi tinv He enf street, to-v.it j P.
10, 'land 12 'lesirabl' tor teneinet t-. re dnce or ul pu i o-
rhe aiive described rl estate, wtal. b n-Ml, -om- i.f the b t m Cairo, will
offe'ed at private se up 1j ThurmUy, Dee-ember 8.U, Ou tbat dte tba uutold
r, malrder will u dl-p.. -d of at pubihs sale. uu.om
To psrtie de-irons ot Iovestin in (food paying Cairo property, tbe above lint ireent
chance I 'm off rrd.
Terra of Fle une.four'h each ; balance 1, 1 and 3 yea's, eritul payment, with C per
cert, inicr ft icurfd by mort)riu,'a.
ale to commence at lo o"clo a.m. at southwcut corner of Tenth st. and v7.l)inirtoa
avenue ai d ron'inue until rowpb ted.
or pia's, oescripuons and in inrormitke
Or to W. W. TitoaxTOif, Eho .
ph-Hjvilie, i I
There Is a good demand at 22 cents per
Choice fancy ajiples In full sip barrels
will brlnj 2 2.') lor "stand'' ptirposrg.
Common arc plenty and dull.
Potatoes and onion nre in good supply
Venison Is In jjood demand at prices
o?Cur friends should bear in mind
that the prircs hprc given are only for
sales from flr?t hands In round lots. In
tilling order and for broken lot it is
neceary to chnrjrc an advao" over
C'hnioo grade are In good supply and
quiet. Low grades arc scarce and in
good demand. Prices on all grades art
fair. Sales noted were 200 bbls., various
grades, $ I -VG 50 ; 800 bbh., various
grade, ti COr70 SO; 100 bbl., XX.
S5 23; 705 bbl varlotm grade, cltv.
$4 (W? S 50.
Tliere Is a limited supply ot choice
hay. Common is plenty and dull.
Choice Is in fair demand. Wo' note the
sale of 1 car, good mixed, $9 CO ; 1 car
timothy ?10 00 ; 1 car, choice llruotby,
$13 C J ; 1 car timothy, $10 00.
This market U active. Tor good white
corn there Is a good demand. There Is a
very light supply. We note the tte of
100 sacks white, heavy sacks 47o.
The supply m tbib market tell tar short
as the strong demand exists, prices are
firm. Wo note the following sales : 1
car .Central Illinois, 22c ; 1 car Central
Illinois, 32c ; 2 cart. Central Illinois, 31c ;
425 sacks mixed, 32(23Gc ; I cars mixed in
There la more activity in th'.e market
than tor many weeks past. The market
has been cleared of nearly all ot its stock,
and the demand is still good. Country
meal Is worth 2 20ft 12 25 ; city $2 30.
The market is well supplied and quiet.
We note tbe sale ot 450 sacks, oS&ttOc.
There Is a limited supply of poultry ot
all tirade?, and the demand is yool.
Turkey arc wan ed at 17 OO&IO UO per
dozen. Dead duck will briii 1 &0
I 75 per dozen ; quails, $1 25 per l Oien.
We note the sale of 3 coop, mixed chick
ens, $ i 25 ; 2 coop, old hens, $3 CO ; 1
ooop, live ducks, S2 00.
Choice fancy apples, uiui.le for stand
purp , in laru barrels, will bring
ii 25. Common are plenty and dull.
Sale noted were 50 bbls.. Hen DmI,
il 75i 00 -, 23 bbl., Wtueapa, t JJJ
Choice butter is scarce aud In pood de
mand. Common U plenty and d jl. We
note the saleol 400 lbs. Southern Illiuoi-17-lc.;
300 lb-, good roll, 225--.
There 1 a strong demand for eggs at
at 22c. There are none in thu market.
We note the ale of W0 dozen, at 22c.
Tho market i well suppled ami dull.
We note the sale of 200 bushel, 60c; 50
We note the sale ot 2 carcaises 5 50
(,ft. There is a good demand at these
We note Ibe sale of 4"0 bul. 1 rx$
hides and rriw.
SHtsr Pri.T tlreen, 75ofiJl 25; dry,
lORHOc; shearings, KW.
Fi'Rs Beaver No. 1 $2 60; No. 3
U; No. 21; No. 3 12; No. 4 $1.0.
Mink No. i $1 ; No. 2 75c: No. 3 50c;
No. 4 10c. Racooou No. 1 70c ; No. ,
4Jc ; No. 3 20c : No. 4 10c. Skunk No.
I 5c No. 3 UOc ; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c.
Fo Gray No. 1 al ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
60o ; red foa No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c.
Opossum No. 1 10c; No. 2 So; No. 3
35o. Miukrat -No. 1 20c ; No. 2 15c ; No
3 10c. Uear-Xo. I 10: No. 3 $7 No. 1
13; No. 4fl. Woit-Mouuuin No, 1
V1; No. I f 1 75 ; No 3 31 ; No. 4 75c-;
Prairie Wolf No, 1 $125; No. 50e.
Wild Cat 2Ac Houe Crt Ifte. Badarr
W e tiuole Paradise and Mt. Carbon or.
track.ni inp,$3; nut, 3 , deliver! wi
lk4 rvaBB taM a RAl a A ft Vft
v yv9 KiaMaj4 fTv PJ UUAa W0 iv
deimmd pet sloglt ton, linj-f fl; nut
prnerally sprlv to or ddre.
JOHN O UAIiMAN & CO..'lte I Estate A H.
v . vur. Kixtti and Levee reft. Cairo. 111.
liun copy. Iiv.i7.tf
f3 25; ltauni or HarrUhurg coal of
track per load, lump. $27 ; nut, tltf; de
livered per ton. $3 N ; Pittsburg per.
car loads on tar-k. $5 50 per ton.
Wab DarABTMsxr. RiTan Kapor, t
Sot. tl. leT. f
rr. . r. tn.
Cairo ............ 10 0 e
Pitteburg . S a X I
CincinnM........... 11 4 X 7
lxmirvillc...... S 1" X 4
Naahrillp I t
St. Lo'in ll I t
k.TaBTlll..... T -3 x B
Mrmphi -.... . a a
VirksburK.. IJ 11 l
Kew Otlwtr- 11 to o a
Below hirb wtr of 174.
Ttnt. SiirnalttfivU,. USA.
.Steanu r .'ame Fik, Paducah.
Cnpitol Cltv, Vickf-burg.
Utah, New Orlean.
" CVlina, Nashville.
Golden Rule. Cincinnati.
" Ste. Oenevleve, St. Louis.
Tow-boat H.torm No. 3, Ohio.
Tug boat Wap, Metropolis
Steamer James Fisk, Paduh.
" Capitol City, St. Loui.
" Utah, St. Louis.
Golden Rule, New Orleans.
" Ste. Genevieve, Vicksbiirg.
Tow-boat Storm No. 3. St. Louis.
" Bee and barge? , st. LouU.
" Grand Lake, New Orleans.
Tug-boat Wasp, New Orleans.
The river has been stationary for tbe
past 24 hours, while elewhere there Is a
rise reported of small proportions. At
Pittsburg it reached over 9 feet, and over
7 million bushels of coal left thut port
for Cincinnati , aud the toutb. The
weather continue clear cool. Business
The Golden Rule takes ber barge with
ber as tar a Memphis. She is to get 50
bales ol cotton at Hickman, and 500 bale
Five feet 8 im-het wa the hoJest
water found in the lower Ohio by the
Golden Rule. That wa t Trade water.
JOHN E. KVLUT,
Attorney at l,fr.
OrriCE : At rtMidrnc on Siu. --.et, batwaa
W.Uliton avcoura d Vi'n nut trot-
St 't 1
f?:;:. :.i:t 13 son :ss
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Moors, $2.00 per Day.
Koom and Board, 34 Floor IS r.Z Pv
Spactal Ratae by V? - V ,,r Mr-t.
A liniltd nun4 - . r ' i . :-. r
rm us be x i I .. -, , ... "j i.., c (
The St. Cbarlca la tut i ...
(l Hou.e in (toaUHrra ll.ii.uu. uj :a . .-i i
aotvl in Cairo. Not(liluianilin; U.i ' ikd
Kock" mtuctioa ia prieaa, tba labia wul, ae
usual, lw libendly aouvliail with lb varj
ol'effT) tbla tuat can b foaad ia BMrfcas.
Kinc larm aanipla ruunta for TTrmmiMial am
tlrr. on b round Door, fraaofcharx
roc oowri wuuoui ixrm
.Vo te.Obto Leva.
t f CAJBO, ILXIH Oil.