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Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lots in
r xchangi- lor St. Louis property,
A lino residence on corner Halbrook
avenue aud Twenty-third street, at a bur
train. Cottage on Sixth street between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street.
House and lot on Eighth street between
Walnut and Cedar, SI.CVl.
Two-story house on Twenty-eighth
street, between Poplar nnd Commercial
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue, be
tween Tenth and Kleventh street.
The first' floor of a brick dwelling cor
ner ol Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on the north fide ol Twelfth
Street between Walnut and Cedar.
Business hone on I.cvee street above
Eight, and In good repair.
Rooms In a two story house on Com
mercial avenue between Ninth and Tenth
Store room near corner ot Twentieth
and Poplar street; H.
Tenementf 3, 4, S and 10 in Winter'
Row for $10 per month, and lu tirr.t-elas
Cottage on Tweuty-flr.sc street Ix-tweeu
Sycamore and Poplar,
llooms in nearly every part of the ' ily.
FOR LEASE OH SAI.K.
I .wnU In tract to suit, near Cairo.
The "Iraa Trail.'
A spicy (ketch, descriptive ol a trip
over the Atehin-on, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, th ln-aiilies, scenery ami
pleasure resort of the Uocky Mountains,
by "Xyin Crinkle.' the musical and
dramatic critic ol the New York U'urlJ,
lent free ou application, together with
the San Juan Guide, map and time ta
Me of this new and popular route from
Kansas City and Atdiinson to Pueblo,
leorer, and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Mines.
The finest lineol Pullman sleeper on the
continent between the Missouri river and
the Uocky Mountains without chane.
Special round trip tourists' tickets lrom
tlx' Missouri river to Denver at $."V0, good
to Mop off at all point". Address,
T. J. AMKRSox,Gen. Pass. Ag't.,
KaTeSp sad j Inrt.
The rapidity and certainty with which
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Horehound cures diseases of the res
piratory organs and It reliability as a
remedy lor consumption long ago secured
tor it ;a foremost rank among medicines
of Its class. It is In fact the recognized
specific for throat and bronchial disor
der. It promptly checks a cough, no
matter of how long standing, and af
fords great relief in cases of asthma. It
should not be mistaken for a palliation,
since it not only aflords immediate re
lief, but also removes all traces of the
malady. It Is a specific for croup. Trial
size 10 cents. Large) sizes 50 cents and
$1, for sale by Barclay Bros., Cairo; also
agents for Trot. Parker's Pleasant Worm
Syrup, which ntver fails. Pleasant to
ake, and ruqnixes no physic Price 25
cents. Nov. 21-5w-dAw
We have this day soi l to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ot the Bulletin. All orders for frame
etc., bhould be sent to him or left at
this office. We bespeak tor him the lib
erality ol patronage that has been be
stowed upon us. His assortment ot
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition nnd he guarentees Kal inflic
tion in ail cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1 $76.
tf Caiko Bi i.i etis Co.
AdmlaUtrator'a Xollre af rinal fct
llenteut. To the heirs and creditors of Aaron C.
Atherton, deceased, and all others In
Take notice, that I shall, at the Decem
ber term, A. D 197C, of the county
court of Alexander county, apply for a
full and final discharge from all further
liability as administrator ot the estate of
i-ukl deceased. Elijah Dicki.kson,
Geo. Fisher, Att'y Administrator.
airo, Nov. 24, 1370. ilw-lw
A practical look-keeper and account
ant desires to take charge of a set of
books, or would do copying or writing ot
any kind at a moderate salary. Would
devote evenings it necessary. Address
W. F. P.. P. O. box Ml, Cairo Illinois.
J. lat-urice Kleluhouae.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
lashlouable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else in the barber line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
cither at the shop or their homes.
For a smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
jfo to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in the city, and Is
always kept in the ueatebt order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tf
A lull line of Rodger's best silver plated
goods, castors, tea and table spoons,
knives and forks; also a complete assort
ment of the best brands of table and
pocket cutlery at bottom prices. 22-tf
IIaoan'h Mauxolu Balm preserves
and restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and sallowuess ; makes the
skin solt, white aud delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon's Kathairox makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Us (ail
ing out or turning f lay. It baa stood
the test of 40 years. Is charoUijrlt' pet
fumed tad Uu no rival.
BWWL... -.J Ji.'.
4TKM or AnVBssTMINW.
UXll bills for Ivertlunf , art due and pay
able i ADVARca
Transient advcrtlciac will I Inserted alia
rale ot tl "U per s-uare for the Drat Insertion
and 6 iviti fur each subneiiusnt one A libaral
discount will be amis on tUmling ami tliapl
for inserting funeral nolle $1 00 Notice (Tf
meeting of sorleUe or secret orlers 50 ceats fur
Church, Sot let, ITeetlval anil BuHr notlre
will only be Inner ted as advcrtisrninnta
No alrerti semen t will be recelil attest than
8u ueiita, and no advertisement will Im tusu UJ
fur leitstlian three dollars per month
i.ocai. hi Mst.sm aoTits.n
Of one square (is lines space) or more, In
serted in the Bum-ktix as follows : (less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ 60
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 sqnare 3 30
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
ASCAt.ON I.OIM.K, No. 31.
Knight of I'jrthlwi, nieet every r.
clay riitfM t lwJI-iul Mvn, in Old-
Irlluw' Uull. Itowa,
l.aanoellor ComiuAndi r.
.-,. Al.KXAMtKK 1AHMK, NO 224.
Jr ln4r(ienlMit (lrl of IMU-rel-
f iVf 1 low, mcrta eery 1 barada tiittht
lull'r at liail-Mwt arveo, ia Ibrir bail on
oil.iin-rclal avenur, iwtweeu MUi antf fwetnh
r.-l . A. lkvona, N i
"1.IKO KN'l AMl'MKNT, I. O. O. T.. Biwll
in Olil-Krllowt' Hall on the Omt and third
l iiixtny iu every mouth, at tilf-nwt ttiru
A. Coaiwus. C P
A CAIItH.OIMiK. NO WT.A.r. A A. M.
Ilol'l rrirular coiuniuiiiiatiiine in Ma
.miic Hall, orner CunimercUl avenue
' u,,! KiKhUi etrwt, oa the aattond and
'iirtli Mnlar of ea-b month.
TUESDAY, NOVKMBEK 2fi. 187P.
sVea4 Wcattkor Btvpart.
Caio, Ili.., Nov. XT, 1876.
I lua. Wi. I Vau. I Wkaim
5 I .NW ! i fair
S-rtiit, Sianal lirrvioe. I'. S.A.
Bill Head 4 and Monthly Statements, pink
and yellow, at the Uru rm office, tf
Maaiiteaa llonae far Rent.
The brick building corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent ou reason
able terms. Apply to B. F. Blake, tf
Ijtdlea void Walrk.
For sale, a ladies Elgin hunting ease
gold watch ; retail price $75 00, will be
sold for $50 ; 00 has never bees used.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
Kilter Teat Sit.
One Rogers. Smith A Co.'s silver tea
set. Triple plate, C pieces, entirely new,
retail price $00 00, can be bought for
$45 00. Apply to E. A. Burnett.
Tw Siala r I.eawc. The ArllaK
Ttiis well known aud popular hotel Is
now oflered for sale or lease, on easy
terms. For particulars inquire on the
premises. Taos, B. Ellis,
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for the Bulletin
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase Is made on a written order signed
by thejpresjdent or secretary of the com
pany, Cairo Billkttn Co.
To The Clllaena or Cairo anl Mur
Having removed my queensware store
to my old stand, corner of Sixth street
and Commercial avenue, 1 am prepared
to sell everything in the crockery and
glassware line at prices never belore of
lered in Cairo ; intending to devote my
entire attention to the crockery bnslnes.
I have purchased th largest and finest
assortment ever brought to this market.
and it is now ready for Inspection. iive
us a call before you purchaso elsewhere.
tf. Dan IIahtman.
S'iraS ot Sue heoo-(jraad .waaujiio
The Delta Dancing Club, eouixed of
a score of the young men of this city,
will re-organize lor the season on Tcs
day evening, December 5lh, 1S7C, by giv
ing a grand masquerade ball t Scheel's
hall. Tickets, $1.00 each, t ickets can
be procured of any ol the committee, or
of Phil Saup, Paul Schuh or M. J. Mc
Oauley. Svlvlsi kk Cook,
Chas. A. SaI'I',
21-2w Committee of Arrangements.
The) Rural Mr. Yorker,
Now comes to us with sixteen clean,
neatly-printed pages, embellished with
tine illustrations and lull of scientific and
practical agriculture and literature. For
the agiiculturixt and the family circle it
Is an iudispensabie weekly visitor. Its
ed Hor-lu-chiet is .the celebrated horti
culturist, A. S. Fuller, associated with
w hom are E. S. Cai man and X. A. Wil
lard, while, at special eontribtttora, they
are assisted by such men as William
Kobinson, Charles Dow ning, Charles V.
Riley, Thomas Median, .lames Vlck, and
many others of equal eminence in their
respective scientific nnd practical speci
alties. It keeps its moral tono to that
high standard which tits It for any family
In the land. The mother can rely upon
it to furnish household receioea for daily
use, pleasant stories tor leisure rendinir
and excellent moral entertainment for
the children. The father may confi
dently look for the latest experiments
and discoveries la his dally avocations,
accompanied by good advlco and care
fully revised markets, embracing nearly
every product for sale. In addition to
this Its publishers, (the Rural Publishing
Co., 78 Duane St., New York,) as an ac
knowledgment ot their late iurreased
patronage, bave reduced lis price to ouly
$3.50 a year. Send to them lor a specl
BMUC9P7. wblcb they will mall to yon
K. M. K.C. 580. 11. 2!. 8:30 N.
Native atawba Win.
The flnet Native Catawba wlno ever
brought to Cairo at one dollar per gal
lon at F. M. Stock flcth's.
Thus the Anna Union t "Beecher, rep
resenting V. M. Stock doth, w holesale
dealer in bar supplies at Cairo, was here
Monday. A popular man representing a
By the late change of running time on
the Illinois Central railroad, parties who
leave this city at eleven o'clock at night
get Into Chicago the next afternoon,
making the time of the trip four hours
shorter than heretofore.
sst Tsar Moaey.
If you w ant cheap castors and itodgers'
silver plated spoons, go to Hartman's
new queensware store. He Is aeliing
them twenty-five per cent less than you
can buy them at auction. U
ortfeara S'abbayo an 4 sirowi.
R. J. Cundifl' ha a car load of North
ern cabbage, and a ear load ot krout for
sale cheap, at his grocery, north side of
Eighth street, between Washington and
Commercial avenues. ll-21-ot
aBethiBK Everybody Waata.
A lamp chimney that will not break.
Vou will find them at Hartman's new
queensware store. He has the largest
and best assortment of fine flint chimneys.
which he is selling at the same price of
common chimneys. Try them. He de
fies coiDictitiori. 2 J -If
Caiko, Ills., Nov. 21st. 1676.
Whereas, my wife Mary Ellen Barton,
has left my bed and board without just
cause or provocation. This is to warn
all persons from trusting her on my ac
count, as I will pay no debts of her con
tracting after this date.
:tt. Esskx Bahtov-
Uolay to Hetausr.
Mr. Robert Adams, who for the past
three or four years has been head man at
Halliday's Egyptian mills, will shortly
remove from this city to Wetaug, hav
ing purchased an interest in the new flour
ing mills now being built there by Mr.
W. A. 1 1 ifli t. Mr. Adams Is a first-class
miller, and will no doubt do well in his
Died Nov. 27th,1876. at lOoVlock a.m.,
Jessie Scott only daughter of W. T. and
Linzinka Scott. Age 0 years 7 months
and 25 days.
Funeral at the residence of W. T. Soott,
7th Street, between Washington and
Commercial avenues, at 2 o'clock p.m.
to-Jay, by special train to Villa Ridge.
Friends are cordially Invited to attend.
Died, at 11 o'clock yesterday, Novem
ber 27th, 187G, Willie, infant son of D. J.
and Annie S. Gallighan, aC? eleven
months and eleven days. The
funeral will take place to-day at 2:30
o'clock, from the residence of the parents
on Twentieth street, between Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street, by special
train to Villa Ridge. F'riends and ac
quaintances of the family arc invited to
To tsoeiaolo To-Sifkl.
Be sure and take supper with the ladies
of the Methodist church, at Thistlewood
aud Ilinkle's new tobacco warehouse this
evening. Everything is in readiness for
the affiir.and those who patronize it can
not fail to be pleased. Supper will be
served at six o'clock. Good coffee, oys
ters, meats, salads, cake, ice cream,
everything will be iu abundance, and
served in tine style. Price of admission,
ten eeuts ; slipper fifty cents.
Mo llaa Coote lo Slay.
Mr. E. II. Egnew, the new proprietor
of the St. Charles, who has been iu Cin
cinnati purchasing an entire new outfit
of furniture, etc., for the whole ot the
first and a portion ot the second floors ot
the hotel, returned to Cairo on yesterday
morning. Having straightened up all
his business affairs elsewhere, Ir. Eg
new will remain and look after the Inter
est of the St. Charles from this time tor-
Mr. F. M. Atocktlcth has Just received
from Europe one of the finest stocks of
wines ever brought to this city. All ot
these wines are imported straight from
the old country by Mr. Stockfleth, aud
parties desirous of purchasing for bar or
any other purposes w ill do well to call
upon him before buying elsewhere.
Among the latest brands received are
Rhine wiues in cases, Oppenheimcr,
Goldberv'. Hockheimer Domdechonr.
Nierstimer, iK'idesheimer, Assmouns.
houser,aud native Catawba. All these
arc on sale in any quantity at the very
"A Koiiab Deal."
It seems that the trouble on the nar
row gauge railroad, notwithstanding
trains are running very regular, is not
all over yet. On last Saturday a gentle
man by the name of Wentz, an eugloeer,
who accepted a position on the road at
the reduced wages, was attacked by two
of the old employes ot the road at one
ol the stations between Ik-re and Jones
boro and badly beaten up. Wentz bad
been warned not to work at the reduced
vages,but paid no attention to the threats.
Wentz, It is said came to Cairo on Sat
urday night. A warrant was made out
on Sunday by Justice Comings for their
arrest, but the offenders bad not been
taken last night. . (
sanU Clause has arrived and appointed
Pau Hsrtman his agent for Cairo. He
has left the largest, tlnest and cheapest
assortment of holiday protrata and toys
eyer brought to Cairo. Come everybody
and see for yourselves, H U no trouble to
how goods. tf
The Ladles' Parish Society, of th
Episcopal church, will meet at the resi
dence ot Mrs. Judge Baker on Wednes
day alternoott at 3 o'clock.
Mr. Wm. A. KeysrT,- largfl planta
tion owner of Tennessee, w as a guest at
the St. Charles yesterday.
Mr. llobt. E. Loaguc, son of ex
Mayor Loague of Memphis,, Tenn., spent
Monday and yesterday In i;alro.
.Mr. Erwiu Maxwell, formerly ot Cairo,
akl at present doing an extensive oil
trade lu St. Louis, was registered at the
ht Charles yesterday.
Mr. Alfred ( lark, ot Cincinnati, aud
CImm. Uordot, of St. Ixrals, were among
the arrivals at the St. Charles yester
day. Mr. P. IL Pope, of. Chicago, for
merly a resident of Cairo, Is In the city
for a few days.
Mr. James Johnson, of the Illinois
Central ralload, iias gone to South Caro
line and Georgia business con nee tea
with that road.
Mr. James A. Phillls has accepted a
position under tlie- lllinoto Central rail
road a manifest clerk at tlie stone de
The Library Aaaoalatlosi Party.
The ladles ot the Library Association
are putting forth every effort to mske
their party, next Friday evening, the
finest and most sociable affair ot the sea
son. Old folks and young folks are ex
pected to be there. A this party is for
the benefit of a public library, all who
receive invitations are eat neatly re.
quested to purchase a ticket whether tliey
attend or not. The ladies ot this society
hope to make enough money during the
winter to warrant them iu a short time
In the opening ot a library. They
have now on interest about three
hundred and seventy-five dollars. Tick
ets admitting a lady and gentleman,
$1.50; single tickets, $1.00. 'tickets
may be procured of P. Saup, B. F. Par
ker, Paul Schuh, or M. J. McGauley.
Also from the following committees :
On Reception Mrs. G. G. A Word, Mrs.
J. II. Oberly, Mrs. A. B. Snflbrd, Mrs. F.
Korsmeyer and Miss A. Roger. Floor
Managers Mrs. Phil Howard, Mrs. Win.
Winter, Mrs. C. link, sr., Miss Kate
Thompson and Miss Annie PUcher. In
vitations must be presented at the door.
Mr. Anthony Courtway, a well-known
citizen of Cairo, died at Vicksburg, Mis
sissippi, on last Saturday. The deceased
was a steamboat engineer and pilot, fa
miliarly and favorably known to all
Ohio and Mississippi river men, having
been in the employ ot Halliday Brother
and the Cairo City Coal company as pilot
and engineer on their tugs here for years.
Some three months ago, Mr. Courtway
was attacked with dysentery, and becom
ing very weak and feeble, he was advised
by his employers to take a trip South, as
it was thought a change ot diet and cli
mate would prove of much benefit to him.
Some four weeks ago the deceased left
tills city on the steamer Charles Morgon
for New Orleans, where he remained
about two weeks. Not having improved
in health by that time he concluded to
return to his home, and accordingly took
a steamer for this city, but failing so fast
he died upon his arrival at Vicksbnrg, on
Saturday. Mr. Courtway was a thorough
gentleman, and highly esteemed and re
spected by all who knew him. He was
one of the most valuable of men to his
employers, being regular in habits, thor
ougblyrersed in bis business, and always
ready and willing. The deceased was a
married man, but had no children. He
leaves a wife to mourn his loss, who has
the sympathy of the entire community.
The remains were expected to arrive In
Cairo on the steamer Charles Morgan
(Joanty tVoiattulaoioaera Caart.
State of Illinois, Alexandar County fs.
Special meeeting ot the Board of County Com
miMioaera ol Alfxtadrr County and tata of
Illinois, bald in tbaC'ity of Cairo, Coumv and
Btat aforesaid, oa Aloaday, Mo v. 90, ls?tii .
Present Thomas Wilson, chairman;
Geo. W. Sammons, commissioner, and
Jacob G. Lynch, clerk.
The board met and adjourned until 10
o'clock, a. ui., to-morrow.
TUESDAY, Nov., 21, 1870.
The board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Same members present.
It Is hereby ordered by the board that
the sum of twenty cents on each one
huudred dollars worth of property as
equalized by the state board of equaliza
tion, be and the same to hereby levied as
a road .'ax on all the real and personal
property of Alexander county, subject to
taxation tor road purposes. And the
county collector ia hereby instructed and
directed to collect the same in money
aud pay over to the county treasurer as
a seperate and distinct fund to be named
the county road fund, and to be puid out
by said county treasurer upou orders
draw n upou the fuiid and no other.
It is ordered that the following bills
for per dietn, mileage etc, be allowed viz;
Thos. Wilson, commissioners, i
days $ 0 00
Geo. W. Saiuiuons, commissioner
2 days, mileajre M miles $ S 00
J.G. Lynch, 10 days clerk of Pro
bate and commissioners court to
Nov. 22 $48 00
Whereupon the hoard adjourned tint
die. J. G. Lynch, Clerk.
After only seventeen years of business
the Equitable Life Assurance company
has assets of over $30,000,000, being
greater than any of the forty-one com
panies excepting two, one of which Is
twenty-nine, the other thirty-two years
in biisiaess. The cash Income of the
Equitable was $9,571, 83 in 1875, Ulng
greater than all but one of the forty -one
companies, and that one thirty-one years
in business. Ktport of Mataehu$tt$
When Stanley discovered Livingston,
aud relieved the old hero's wants, Ute
greatest luxury the persistent explorer
received was a supply of B. T, Babbitt's
Best Soap. This was most welcome of
all to the exile ta that Afrlcau wilder
ness. So, I rout New York to Lake Ian
ganylka, the name of Babbitt Is a shining
beacon to lift up the hearts of men from
C0MI OKI! tfiatl Alt,
fd t4 SVetboalul rllat aail tlyate
ldlclotH Ice frr-nni and rake, flftrn
(tuts a plait. Pitpl'er. Including one
ll.tt of oysters, flfty cents. Turkey,
tongue, salads, Jellies, randy and pop
corn for the lit,Ue ones. Supper served
from six to twelve o'clock. Admission,
Sr. T. SVamaslasta trro Lecture.
The above popular gentleman w ill rt
liver one of his characteristic lectures at
the Athenetim to-night. The subject w ill
be the "Human Face and the method of
developing and improving into more beau
tii'ul expression Uie.visitge! and physique
The lecture will certainly prove inter
estlug, as the doctor will illustrate the
lecture with hundreds of life-size sketches
and portrait paintings of noted, famous
and notorious characters. The press of
the North and South have w ritten many
flattering notices of Dr. Cumming. and
spoke of him as a man ol llmshcd educa
tion, a scientist and metaphysician of
high attainments, aud a captivating
speaker. Do not fall to listen to the doc
tor's free lecture.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup lias been be
fore the public for years, and is pro
nounced by thousands superior to all
other articles tor the cure of coughs,
eolds, intluonzi and all pulmonary com
CONTINUED SALE OF
llalli.l iy and Phillips' Wharf Boat
V KOM WKKC'K OK
STEAMER ARLINGTON '
Wednesday Afternoon, 2 o'clock,
NOVr.MHER 2!llH, 170.
W 1 S TEH A SI E W A It I', A uet'r.
Brackets, bracket) ! Call immediately at
Variety Bracket House, junt opened.
Designs entirely new from 25c. up. Ladies
toilet brackets, hat racks, paper and card
receivers, slipper caes, match sales, etc.
Rustle frames, plain walnut, or mixed
woods, all work put up in four tliflercnt
styles. Beautitul heavy moulding frames.
Orders taken for all odd sized rustic
frames, beautiful photograph frames, oval
racks, etc., all at bottom prices, Com
mercial aveuue, opposite city shoe store,
Mr. Swander'sold store. Agents wanted.
Por kale cbaap,
A largo (No. 27) Lone Star
stove. Enquire at Gss office.
2w H.T. Gkitoi lu.
Fitly cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Caiko, 111., Nov. 27, 1870.
Nothing has transpired since the last
issue of the Pkick Ci rukn r to mar the
quietude in business circles that has ex
isted lor these many weeks. Everything
is running along smoothly and quietly
with no change of importance to note
anywhere. The weather has been clear
and pleasant, though coal. The river
trade continues very fair, with rates un
changed. There is the same old tale to relate ot
the flour market. Stocks of all choice
and medium grades are large, with a de
mand for them that is only moderate.
Low grades are principally inquired for,
and of these there is a scarcity. Prices
ou all grades are firm and unchanged.
Much of the old stock of common and
mixed bay that has so long beon a dead
drag on the market, Is being worked oil'
gradually, under a pretty fair demand
for the past few days, and there is a better
feeling among dealers. The supply of
choice stocks is limited with a fair de
mand. The corn trade has been fair since our
last report, and the supply on the mar
ket is just about sufficient to sutisly the
demand. Prices are firm. The receipts
of oats continue to bo light. There is a
strong demand at prices quoted below.
Meal, both country and city, Is scarce,
and the demand is better than it has ln-en
for many weeks." The market has been
cleaned of both brands by tlatuoat incut.
Bran is in good supply. The demand is
The market is still overstocked with
inferior butter, aud sales are very alow.
Strictly eltotee butter ronirs In s'ow,
and the supply is light, whihs there is a
good demand. There are very lew eggs
coming into market, and the demand at
prices quoted below Is strong.
There is a fair supply of poultry. The
demaad is good at price quoted.
There is a. jrood demand at ail time
for strictly choice upples, but common
are uot wanted. Titer a is plenty ol the
latter in s'orc, which cannot be sold.
Onions aud potatoes are ileuty und
Venison is in good demand ats5'(&,oc.
UarOur friends should bear iu mind
that the pric here given are only for
sales from first bauds lu rouud lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots it Is
necessary to charge au advance over
these figures. "Hal
Choice aud medium grades of flour are
Itt good supply and quiuL Low grades
are scarce and iu good demand. ' We uote
the following sales since last Friday : 300
bbls. various nudes, $4.20.50; 400
bbls.XX, to arrive, $3.00; 100 bbls. vari
ous grades, $4.00(5)0.50 ; 100 bbls. $3.33 ;
400 bole, various grades, $1. 20.50 100
bbls. various grades. $41X34 50; 4 ?
b'il. VArtout grades, 'l.od.H. ? t
This market; h Wrly active. Titer I
a good demand foratxiotly ehoioe. There
is bleuty of cousuton stock to supply the
demand. Sales reported were 1 car
Cairo Real Estate, Improved and Unimproved
Residence and Business Property at
Public or Private Sale.
Tb, und,.. oiler. Mr Lie ths f.iowinir choice lot. of Cairo Prop.rty, to
Til ft M AONII k KNT UE-UDENCE PltUPkUTT
unt ouiiu.u. Ul avoiina, e, ,oulh pf
Afafk th rndfilali. tmtr. u 1 ....... 1
sppurtenances of a first-class modern dwelling The buil .inL hi. . t l ' - PiU
repainted and repaired, and is in every way ft. eSaW anyS to"' cit"v '
, ..m.m... m imgc une aiiu ouC'Dali (I vtiirv
lh,2.!K0d ita,.irn' pU?"' olJ,l,l,,s". All there lots are under7
the premises lu tliorourh rrna r. v . uuuei
v t-.pt.. rr.u.iru oil ma aouiu side of Tenth ulrpt-t wni ni ri
nut street, Win hits 17 and K block 70, city. Tbere U on lot is . . V- .
aid comprising three tf of the test reta.l Jt room, The e ty and about 15
Inr room. su.tuWe for fumilie. or boarders, (rood elite rna, "utbous?s etc a?i '
goodrep.ir. This Is on. of the best biisinealoratlon lu Cairo '
Vityt . T"1 bu'iw" Property situated on the north side of Tf ath street
rre!.0CSmm.irW'' av1".1verinB- lot. a7. 3, 3!. and 40. in blook in. and renslsUMt
of rive (UJ tine two story brick stores or warehouses, eacb .') reet front by TO feel deen
ii in i i i. ii , ?i 0Ur "lrr fr'',wrhouHe situ .ted on lot. 35 ard M. acd 13 and
14. In block 2S, havlnir a frontane on Tenth street, writ of oiunier.-tal aveuua at ' ao
feet, and running ba. W 2.H) feet to Eleventh .treet, 1 be biiie aU. i
r..T , u,ru, uiiixiiii iuum iiiiki in Hen refp ft. and suitable for iba
heavient and bulkiest men handle. 3 1 w auitai.ie lor tua
Also the following tuciiit lots in the rauie block, liontin tleuth street fo-wlt 0
10, U and lif, dcs;r.bl tor tentmciits, rcsidm. e or business purposes. ' '
Ibe ahove described red estate, which includes nme of tlie best tit folro. will lo
oflered at prlatu stjo up t J Tliurs.ay, O.-ccinber h, 1T6. on that tlstv the unsold
remainder will tie dips d of t public s ite.
To psnie d.-irous ol iae.'liii in good paying fa ro pruperly, tfce at oe list pretents
cbfltices si Joni oil red.
Terms of sale one-fourth cssh; bulaiice , i and 3 jras, eunal pavment. wttb 6 ner
cent. Interest secured by niciturc. " r
hale to coninicnce at ID o'clocaYm. at southwest comer if Tenth t. ard Wi .biDrton
avenue ard continue until con ted. 6 ,
Korjilais, deK.rip'lons and ill Information trenerally spplv to or address,
. . ... ... , JOHN tJ. IIAItMAN A t o.,"i:c.l Estate Afets,
Or to W W . rn.oRXTJt. Esu . N. W. Vor. si.iih und Eevee sirr et, Cairo, III.
Ehelhyvilie, 1:1. Suu copy. lu-2T-tf
irorHl mixed, $0; 1 cir ch jnv timothy,
Ssl2; 1 cjir jforxl uiix' d, 10; 1 cur good
timothy, $lr; 1 eargand timothy, $11; 1
car jrood timothy, $12.
The iuqulry for corn, both in hulk and
sacked, is jr-tod. The supply is about
equal to the demand. We note the sale of
2S0 sacks, duudees, 47c ; 1(X) sacks, dun
des, 47c; 4.ISJ0 bushels old, in bulk on
track, 3$e; 7,0u() bushels yellow, iu sacks,
sold at points below, 47c. i
This mm -ket is active. The demand I
lor oats of all kinds is strong. The suju !
ply is iilit, and prices are firm. Kales i
reported were 1 car Central Illinois in j
bulk, 32c; 2 cars Central Illinois in sacks, i
37c; 2 cars Northern mixed iu bulk, XV;
1 car Northern mixed In sacks, 40e; 1 car
good mixed lu sacks, 3Sc.
There is a goud demand lor holh
country and city meal. Country Is held
at $2 1.YJ2 20. Wo note the sale of 225
bbls. city, $i .T.
This ruauket is quiet. The supply is i
s;Hd. The only sale note was that of 30O
Common butter is dull aud plenty.
Strictly choice is scarce and in jfood de
mand. Sales notel were 300 lbs South
ern Illinois, roll, 22J23c ; 400 lbs South
ern Illinois, 17(31$; 200 lbs Central Illi
nois, 2.!5,2"c ; 5 packages, Soutlu ru Illi
This market is aluio.-t bare, and the
demand foregjr-i is stronjf. We note the
sales of 200 dozen. 22f2:J!.
The supply of poultry is llxht, and the
demand Is good. Turkeys w ill bring from
$7.00 to $10.00; dead ducks il.50(a 1.73 ;
live ducks $2.00; quails, $l.2" per dozen,
old hens $3.00. We note the sale ot one
coop small chickens, 5 1. 2".
Common apples are not wanted.
Chiefly choice are in good demand. We
uote tiie sale ot 20 bbls, Heu Davis, $1 75
$2 00; 10 bbls. Jenitenes, $1 50.
This market is well supplied and dull.
Sales noted were 100 bbls. Early Rose,
ii ; 15 bbls. Peach Blows. 52.
Onions are plenty and dull. We note
the sale of 40 bbls. red, $2.
We note the sale of T.0 bhls. $1 C03
HIDES AND PC US. ' j
Sim BP Pki.ts Green. 7.V(a,il 2j; dry; ,
40(.i.!KV; hearings. 10(V20c.
r I'ks liciver No. 1 M 50; M). 1
$G; No. 21; No. 3 $2; No. 4 ll.U. '
Miuk So. 1 1 ; No. 2 75c; No. 3 0Oc; !
No. 4 10c. Raccoon No. 1 70c; No. , I
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skuiik No. 1
I tOc No. 2 0llc; No. 3 30c; No. 4 l.V. 1
Fox Grav No. 1 l ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3 '
50o ; red lox No. 1 1 ; N. 2 75c. I
(ipOK.suiiwNo. 1 10c; No. 2 Sc ; No. 3
35c. Muskrut-No. 120e; No. 2 Ijc: No
3 Wo. Bear No. I $10; No. 2 $7 No. 1 1
$3; No. 4$1. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2 (V): No. 2 $1 75 : No 3 l ; No. 4 75-: i
prairie Wolf-No. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 50c, j
Wild Cat 25o. House Cut lOo. Ua ter ;
u quote Paradise and Ml. t'arhon ot ,'
track.nj flip I ; nut, $2 . delivered cti j
load per ton, lump, $3 50 ; nut, i 75,
delivered per single, ton, lump. $4 ; nut
3 23; Haunt t llarri-lmi j! coal ; !
track tier load. lump. it ; nui, io ; tie
liveivd tier t-ii, $3 50; Pittsburg
car loads on tack. 5 50 jht ton.
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No SO Ohio Unt,
Tlie II. AUK dlroaA (VsLatids? The best
Ajr rulinral an4iU.ck Cojutty
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low prUms. Long Credl. Low Fare
aad VieiKhts. Premiuuu for lavproTctueats.
Free Pass lo Land buy era. fjgr For full
particulars, apply to II. at. tf. H. Co.,
12. 13 and 14. la
fourth and l'loe
fiams dwelling, 7
good tenets, and
. . . .
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lltl.iW liiKh wuleruf 1K74.
Sei'iceaut. Siitnal rvic. U t. a.
Steamer .lauies Kink, Padiicali.
" Ste. (ienevieve, Memphis.
" Bismarck, St, Louis.'
" E. A. Woodruff, Mound City.
" tiraiid Lake aud tow Sf. Louts.
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HIcunier James Kii-k, Paducah.
' Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
' Bismarck, New Orleans.
E. A. Woodruft, Mound City.
" i rand Lake, tow, N. O.
The government gauze last evening
marked 10 feet. 8 Inches a rise ol 3
inches in 24 hours.
Business is quiet.
The vvcatlxT is cloudy and cool.
The Grand Lake passed down yester-d-iy
morning. She made lair additions
here, and went below w ith Col. ltearden
The Ste. Gcmvlcve passed up yester
The James Fisk leaves lor Paducah at
5 o'clock hurp, this evening.
The Bismarck had a good trip. She
got considerable freight here, besides 40
head ot horse aud mules.
The Grand Tower leaves St. Louis for
Tlie MolHe Moore departs from St.
Louis on her journey to New Orleans to
morrow. The E. A. Woodrefl came down from
.Mjiiud City yesterday, aud went back
in the afternoon. What her business was
we do uot know.
The Kekert and Capt. iteese Dugait
camo down from the wreck of the Ar
lington with another cargo of freight 011
Sunday, which will bo sold at auction
hen1. The Eckert went back on Sunday
night. Captain Dugan Is here aud ;on
tcmplates a visit to St. Louis Friday or
& Curious Good Thing
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