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ivlBO bvsBess houses.
ala. -Any bueiaMeSnaeaa have UiieeUnes
la thin column under aaiweprtale Beainf
trheraie 01 l.w iKi awataar UiyiM
ayeble qiiaitarly madvaeca. ,
Hardware, "tavee mm TIM War.
A . IIALLK.Y-leU' I" ,to?II "ii'.
W, Ueidc-B end tarowre' ll.tail. Wlw
icoda, Herfimrekwe, I ""'t Uddere
miauiuiniiaT Avenue. I.uilcrlng, Mid Job
(fork done ua abort nutl.
1 , . ' r - -i-r- f
.1. S.Mdi AUCY-IXaler in hard Mid tuit liuu
)M, Bonrlnc, oelllnii, anting: ami eurfcuied
lumbar, lath and ahliiRU-a. OBIce and yard
oraer Iwirulieiu atreet and WaabluKton ur
LANCASTER A BICB-Dealere la aaah.
Wore, blind, ate., bal and tort lumber and
hlDftU. Yard and tittlce, tonuiM-Klal Tnu,
jru Htli trad.
' l. HAHTMAX lieeUr to Queeaeware, Tojr.,
' LaaipeeB all blade ol awry ajriiclw. Coniiuer
ml avenue, cornet lh street.
WILLIAM ' WINTEB-WbiH atrect btwu
lUjrniuarclalaytBue and Waihrntlon m. .
tletntae mm Merehanl rallerlaar.
JOHN ANTRtBf-Memhant Tailor and (h-alrr
'in Ready Made Clothing. 7i unto lAtrt . ;
' Kal WHII AKOnelea.
M. J. HOWLKY-Beel Batata Agent. Buy
e4 aalla real aetata, eolUete mil, paye ti
' tui Buo-awddanta. etc. Cotnraerelal avenue, be-
warn lilulb and Ten lb itreete
iiailM laa ataecatanla.
H INKLE THIflTLKWOOD
UiUoa and Tobewo factors and pro
prudon of tba ITarmeri' 'lobacco Warehouse,
D Irt Conamtrclal Avenue.
i'A' '"'j! 'eww.nllar aad CommieelOB
aurcaaat, for lb aala of farm, Uardca, Or-
;&erl ana ueiry rroauc yrw
Ueuatal forwarding and (ommUalon
luerchaala, and deelere la all kiude of V ruU and
f Mdora. Ohio Levee. Coneltpoimits ollc
RATa Of AaTKITIIIIO.
"iiriu'Siu for advwtieuie7 endue and W
abM la 4tTica
t.wili vlll ha Inaerted at the
aaia of 11 Pr equere for the aral uuMruua
ana r null rm nifri f"""T'"" "
eieaoant eiU be aiada on alandlng and dlajd
ffat laaarttsc Foatral aolloa II IM Suutm si
artliit flf tortotVia nt r" tuBiafor
Owca. 8oaiey, raaUval and Sopver nollraa
tiriMiy laacttad aa advcrtlaaoMau
IrilTirrltTaif-- wlU ba noatvad al 1M thaa
as asaM aad ao aanrUauu&t will ba Inanted
ifiot bat awe thna aolbuajwi aoob
uiiul liiuuiim iowtm
.Of one aawace ( line ipaoe) or more, ln
Mrted In tfae JtouaTor u follows :
Tw) acsertionj per qnrt 75
UlinelaaertiMU per tquare 1 00
InMftMcui per njuare, 1 78
Two weeka per qiurew - i CO
Om mootb per ajiiare-. 3 CO
Special ntefl made on large iilvertUe.
ncnu or lor locgn Uaae.
FWDAYt November 2, 17.
Friday Nov. 2.
't in- Fnwu CUtloplan fif lnity
VM. FOQTK, JR
Introdiiolnjr an entire new company of
, fiKMNKATOIW, 1 J 1
- IMSTaWMKNT Al.lSTS,
- ' COMEDIANH,
Ta an entire new programme; teeming
with originality and overturning with
refined tun. Augmented lay an unequal
tad orchcatra, and the Uvorite vocal
quartette, ol this matchless organization.
Admiuion, 60 oeaU: reserved seat, 73
ceuu, now on aaleatllartman'i.
AT THE BAMB OLD HTA2IO.
Ht "BtrhaMl Hlaaaeir MaMuH
ilr. S. Mataon desires to announce to
Ue citizens o Cairo and the surround
fig oountry, that he has returned trom
:llloruia, and again casting his lot in
Cairo, baa opened a new stock ot BOOTS
AND SHOES at the same old stand, No.
140 Washington avenue, between Eight
and Ninth streets, where, while thanking
his old frieada lor their past patronage,
lie desires to shake luuida with them, and
tupply them and many new customers
with anything they need in bia Una. ills
ttoek la Mining right In avery day, and
tSthe.beatthe market affords. An are
nvItedtocaU., ' 37-1 m
a few or ms micas at
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
Uth AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 1 Amber C. Sugsr.....'. .'.$1 00
10 lb N. Orleans ; 1 00
i m HloCoflee 1 00
H lb White Sugar 1 00
4 lb floda...... .v... 25
4 BoxesMatolies 25
.Starch, per pound.........'..... 05
0 Ban SoaD..t..'M 25
CjmI Oil. per gallon.. iiiimm ., , 25
An,d all other floods very cheap. ,
1 AUo, Just reoelvad, a choice lot ot Pure
Spioea,. Mustard, English Table Sauce
andPkkles.. ," . i :'
. 'alladieen8.' -. . , . yt 24 0t
MoniVy5fttn our baUiling materia
ttT.ajwaatefat ruee.iney are aeuing mm
i Der W Soul pneaa, a uujv awiuu. vt w mm
. jloa and cypreaa shmgwa oi tne oeu oran
eonstanfly on band. -.'.WweU pint ah In
at M aa ihMiiaavli anvyad cedar
lnttat22.N per tboond pin Wdlnf
tlSMper tbotVMM, 'fry jwt uvea
with this firm.
-ll.vrlly'i at the atliemuui to-nlirl.r
r-Ucuicuilxr MiRs3cotti loclure attlio
CUnrcli oftlifl liudecmer tbU evening.
Owing to tlio bud weather work on
the river bank above the city was
pended yesterday. '
As a rellablo uud chvup remedy lor
the varlmib adictious of the threat and
lungs, wo heartily recommend Dr. Hull's
Cough Syrun. Small 25, and Uru hot-'
tins 60 cents. ,
bukcr's CoU Liver Oil. Lime, and
Wild Cherry qukkly relieves Throat aud
Lung diseases, and imparts vigor and
new lllu to debilitated constitution.
Pleasant in taste. J. C, Uikf.ii & Co.,
(Oct. 13, 5- w.) Philadelphia, Pa';
Large salea ludlcale the merit of all
good articles. Druggists sell more of
Dr, Hull's Baby Syrup than of all other
remedies for the cure ol baby disorders.
25 cents a bottle.
Ilaverly's minstrels will give one oi
their excellent entcrtalumenls at the
atheneiim to-niglit. This troupe Is one
of the most famous now traveling and
will no doubt draw a lull house.
Our colored lr lends should remem
ber the address of Miss Margaret ttcolt at
the Episcopal church this evening. Miss
Scott has spent a number of years in
Africa, and no doubt her lecture will be
of great interest to all. Everybody Is In
vited. Seats free.
Yesterday aiternoon Mrs. Stiles, the
well-known boardlngliouse mistress on
Seventh atreet, while engaged in carry
Ing an arm full of wood, In tier yard, fell
and severely injured her right hip. The
doctors pronounce her injuries as quite
-It Is Mr. George W. Whltloek. and
not Mr. Tom Wnltlock who is acanill
dldate for constable In South Cairo pre
cinct. In this connection we may say
that Mr. Whltlock is an old citizen, and
that this Is the first lime be has eyer asked
nfttnA at thn liarwlfl rtf tha tuilnl., nnii I.
elected he will endeavor to perforin his '
whfiin dufr ;
Rey. Mr. Chaplin left by the steamer
Fisk yesterday aiternoon for Padiicah,
whero he will spend a lew days with
friends. He expects to return to air
sometime next week on his way to his
borne in Texas, and may perhaps remain
in the city one night, In which event he
will preach either In the Presbyterian or
Owing to the disagreeable weather
tho entertainment announced to take
place at the residence of W. B. Gilbert,
Esq., last night, was postponed until
next Tuesday evening. The postpone
ment, though readily acquiesced In by
all, was quite a disappointment to the
ladies who were managing the affair, as
they hod gone to considerable pains and
trouble lu preparing refreshments, etc.,
for the ocoasion.
Dr. W. J. Fern ol Sunhourne, Johns
son county, was in the city yesterday.
From Mm we Irani that the contest for
county judge of Johnson county Is ex
citing a good deal of lcellngand that the
result is considered doubtful, .lack
huykendnll and A. (1. Spaun arc the can
didates. Mr. Spaun la a young lawyer,
an active and intelligent man, and a good
stump fcakar, and is pushing old
"Kuyke" hard, notwithstanding the fact
that the bitter has a majority ol between
four and tlye hundred on his side.
Mrs. S. Williamson Is marking down
her goods, and Is now selling straw hats
at price lower than ever. She is now
offering hats which heretofore
sold at 75 cents to one dollar, for
35, 40 and 50 cents, and all
other goods in proportion. Her stock of
flowers Is very large and range from 10
cents to $2 In price. The price lor press.
Ing and rcmodling straw hats has been
reduced from 35 and 50 cents to 20 and 30
cents. Mrs. W. Invites all inspection of
her foods and prices. tf
We regret to learn that Mr. Wm.
Linker Is about to remove from Cairo
for good. We understan 1 that he will In
a very short time take up his residence In
tho city ot Dubuque. Iowa. Mr. L. baa
been a resident of Cairo for a number of
years, and during his stay here has made
many warm friends among the leading
business men ot the city. In his busi
ness relations he is an honest and honor
able gentleman, and in his new home
we hop he may be successful, and that
he may reap a rich harvest of this world's
A stabbing affray occurred at the
small town of Kaleigh, In Saline county,
on Monday last, resulting in the death of
a man named Edward Bishop. It seems
that a man named Wm. Hale bad threat
ened to whip one of Bishop's boys, and
this coming to the ears of the father of the
boy he took Hale to tusk about It. A
quarrel ensuod In which Bishop was
stabbed by Hale aud died in a very short
time afterwards. Hale was arrested, but
It Is not likely that ho will .be punished,
as It la said the stabbing was done In self
defease. We have It from good authority that
the Planter's House will probably
change hands about tho first ot next
week, Messrs. Egnew and Kelley are
the lessees ot the house. Mr. Kelley
will have charge of tho Institution and
give to it his personal attention. Mr.
Kelley has had several years experience
In hotel management, and la conses
quently thoroughly acquainted with the
"Ins and outs" of the business. He is a
genial, clever gentleman and as manager
ot the rianter'a House, ha will bo sure to
sue that It looses none cf the popularity
it has gained since Mr. Rexford took
chargo of It'. . ' ! ' ,
- Having taken charge or the grocery
establishment at the corner ot Four
teenth itreet and Washington aveaue,
and put In oue of the largest and best
Monnonotnoiiamur groceries aver
exhibited In Cairo, Messrs, Pettta A
Bird art now ready for business, nd lni
Tito tb attention of the publio to their
.1" i a ma.' i J L film m
liou.f . They have fciyeo special atten
tion to the aviation ul
OiHr goods, ami having purchased
lor ca.-ll are procured to compete
with any other house In the
city on sucar, codec, syrups,
teas, bams, bacon, canned goods, ami in
fact everything In the grocery a'td
provision Ifiie. They will always keep
ou hand choice Itcsh butter, egs, and
all kiuds of country produce. They will
deliver goods in auy part ot the city
free of charge and on abort notice,
Mcssh. Pettis A Bird solicit a share ot
the patronage ot our citizens, believing
that tliey can give tliem better bargains
than nan be obtained elsewhere. lm
Through the kindness ot Mr. Charles
Calllghcr and his son, Mr. Frank
Gulllglicr, wo were permitted to witness
On Wednesday tho workings ot the tele
phone, which connects the office with their
residence distant fully halt a mile, and It
Is drawing It mild to say we were very
much surprised and greatly Interested in
what we saw and heard. We are unable
to'.dcscribc the instrument except to say
that it is ot thejpattcrn known as Profes
sor Bell's patent, and is not assisted
by any electricity except what
1 generated In the . speaking tube
or mouth piece IU-1I. The Instruments
are operated upon a single wire, each end
of which Is Inserted in the ground and
they transmit not only all sounds that oc
cur at each end of the line, but also any
sound that Is made by hitting or jarring
the wire between those points, For In
stance the telephone wire Is at one place
tautened to a Western L'nlon Telegraph
pole In the manner customary by a gloss
Insulator. The result is that the dicks
of the Western Union office are distinctly
heard at each end ot the telephone
wire, and cause such a contusion ot
sounds that it will be necessary to put
up a separate pole at that point for the
wire to rest on. All sounds are correct
ly traiisr..ittcil except the sound ot a
whisper, which In transmission becomes
a tone ol voice, or in other words sounds
like one speaking In a low tone. We be-
lieV that the longest distance traversed
Professor BH s Patent Telephone up
to the present time is 1M milos,
Phil Best Brewing Co.'e Milwaukee
Later Beer. Henry Bralban, agent.
Oorre-apondenci solicited. t)t
The finest cottage in town. Inquire ol
Iw . Gkorck Fishkr.
Millinery and Fanry caoila.
Mrs. V. McLean, Eighth street be
tweon Washington and Commercla,
avenues, is ust in receipt of an elegant
and complete etock of Millinery and
Fancy Goods ot every kind. Among
other articles we nay mention that she
is selling tine black straw hats in all the
latest styles at trom 40 to 50 cents; ele
gant patterns at prices lower than was
over offered to the trade; (lowers and
feathers trom 10 cents to $1; silks and
velvets In all the new shades at prices to
stilt. I u the hosiery for ladies and child
ren line her stock Is not equaled by any
other establishment in the city, and she
asks the ladies to call and examine them
Ix'foro going elsewhere. Mrs. McLean
will sell her goods of all kinds as cheap,
if not cheaper, than the same kind of
goods can lie bought elsewhere in tills
market. She solicits an examination o
icr stock and prices, believing that she is
prepared to please all whom may favor
her with a call in both. Ladies desiring
to have hats pressed can have the same
lone for from 25 to 35 cenU. 5-7tf
Try it, Everybody Takea it, Phil Beat
Brewing Oo.'e Celebrated, Milwaukee
Lager. Henry Brelhan, agent.
There la panyer Ahead.
When those usually active little organs,
the kidneys are neglectful of their duties
and grow sluggish, tatty degeneration,
Bright's disease, diauctis, and other daif-
gerous maliadles, aro the result of neglect
to remedy Dili Inactivity by medicinal
means. When the all Important func
tions of the kidneys are imperfectly dis
charged, those organs need stimulating,
and the best possible agent for that pur
posesince it pcrlorms its office without
exciting them la llostetter's Stomach
Bitters, which, in combination with its
tonic and cathartic properties, possesses
valuable qualities as a diuretic. Both
kliueys and bladder are strengthened by
lt,)and the vigor which it imparts to them.
and the gentle but effeotuul impulse
Which it gives to their operations, is the
best possible guaranty against their be
coming diseased. The bitters are invalua
ble In other respects as well as the above
since they remedy cencral debility, uter
ine troubles, chills and fevor, dyspepsia,
constipation, gout, rheumatism, and
Wood Working- slactaluery For Halo
One Plainer and Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one Surfacer and ono Glgsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber in
payment. For terais apply to
21-lm Jamks Bell, L'IHii, Ills.
(s so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
produce It are euch as cold, irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
&c. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural implements are manu
factured, the grinder protects his lungs
trom the Injurious effects of the dust
flying off the grindstone by wearing a
respirator, The coal miner ero he do-i
soends the shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against lire-damp.
Now It Is equally necessary for those
who are brought In contact with any ot
Ui causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against It, the home stomach bitters.
V, toekat Leekel !. t
Without a key. 'For desks, chests,
eash-drawers, wardrobes, bookascStCto.
I have also with me another article ot
great merit. Good arrangements em N
made lo you can make money tb com
Ing somoii. Call at Arlington Hotel.
It W. H. Carr.
Caiko, tiaiNOi", ThiH'Day r'riN(i,i
Novuulicr l, is; 7. (
Iliijhjcsft during I ho luit lew days has
Veen quiet In nearly all branches, and
particularly so In the grain and hay
trade, The flour market has been fairly
activo, th'Migh transactions have not been
large. This state of affairs is to be at
tributed to the fact that the first of tiie
month was so near at baud, and country
dealers hold of! until after the first in or
der to get the benetlt of the thirty duys
before collection dny comes ngaiu.
We arc having more rain. This has
been au unusually gloomy day, a cold
drizzling rain having fallen since early
morning. To-night there aro indica
tions ot fair weather. The rivers have
risen considerably and there is now a
good stage of water in both the Ohio
There is a slightly weaker feeling in the
Hour market, aud lu order to effect sales
holders would undoubtedly make slight
concessions This Is particularly true
as to choice and fancy grades. The de
mand U lair, though not active.
Receipts are liberal and stocks
on tho market are good.
....1 here is very little activity in the
market lor corn. The demand is light
almost entirely for choice white. Prices
are unchanged. The supply Is fully equal
to the wants of the market There Is
a limited demand for oats at 20c. 1U
ceiptsare good and the supply on the
market fair There is very little do
ing In hay. The demand is light and aU
most entirely lor tho better grades.
Prices are steady at quotations The
supply ol city meal is about equal to the
demand. Priees are a shade lower, and
it is now quoted at $2 30(5,2 35. Coun
try is worth 2 152 20 The
supnlyot bran Is light ami the demand
active. Prices are steady at $13
Receipts of potatoes are good, pud the
market is well supplied. Prices are a
shade lower Stric ly cholco apples
are in good demand at $22 50.
To bring the latter prices they must be
A., No. 1, and in large barrels
Receipts of butter have been more liberal
und the market is now fairly supplied
with all grades, Prices aro a shade
lower Eggs are still scarce and in
good demand at 15c as an outlde price,
...Poultry of ail kind Is lu overstock
and hard to dispone ot. liooelpts ot
chickens have been large, and prices are
UjpOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices hero given are only lor
sales from first hauds In round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
While no actual decline- has occurred
there is a weaker feeling and in order to
effect sales of round lots holders would
make concessions. Receipts are lair and
the supply good. Sales reported were
100 bhls. Choice Family $ r, 50
100 XX 5 75
300 " various Grades
on orders 5 Mtf.i (1 75
100 " XXV (I 25
50 ' XXX ( 0.)
300 " Various Grades...
on orders 1 ."0(5,7 25
4ii " arious tirades
on orders 5 00(7,7 00
There i very little doing in coi n. The
demanl is light Prices are not mater
ially changed. There is a fair supply In
the market. Sales noted were: 200 sacks
mixed, 51V; 2 cars white in sacks, 51c,
There Is a limited demand for oats at
quotations. Receipts are fair and the
market well supplied. Wn note sales of
5 cars mixed in but k, 2Cc; 1 ear mixed
bulk, 2Jc: 1 ,501 sacks, mixed, 30e: 3 ears
mixed In sacks , 30c.
Hay is dull, and there is very little do
ing. Tho demand is purely local, and
only lor the choicer grades. The supply
Is good, and prices steady at quotations,
Sales reported wero 3 cars prime timothy,
$10 50; 2 ears choice timothy, $11; 2 cars
choico mixed, $10.
Tho supply of city meal Is about equal
to the demand. Prices, however, are a
shade weaker, and It Is now quoted at
$2 30&2 35.
Bran is in light supply and good de
mand at nrlces quoted. Sales were 400
sacks, $13; 1 car in sacks, $13. .
Receipts of potatoes have been large and
the market Is well supplied, Prices are
lower. We note sales of 25 bbls. peach
blows, $1 90; 50 bushels peaehblows, 40
45e; 10 bbls. do, $1 75.
Strictly choice apples arc in good de
mand and ready sale. Common and low
grades are plenty and dull. Sales were
20 bbls. fancy lien Davis, $ 25; 20 bbls.
Romauites and Wincsaps, $1 75; 50 bbls.
Ben Davis, $2 25, 15 bbls. do, extra
good, Ben Davis, $2 50; 25 bbls. Inferior,
small bbls, 75c$I.
Receipts have been large and the mark
et Is now well supplied with all grades,
and prices have declined. We note sales
ot 10 packages Southern Illinois, 1 l13c;
10 packages Central Illinois, 22c; Stubs
Central Illinois, 20c; 5 packages Northern
22c; 2 packages choice Northern, 24c; 5
packages Central Illinois, ISc.
Receipts are light and stock ouly mod
eratcly good, Sales, were D packages,
l.V; 2 packages, llio.
Sales were 1,200 lbs. dry salt pork
strips, 8c; Ii packages, ,H. C. C. hnmt,
wero C tierces refined kettle ren
Receipts of chicken hay been large
and the market la overstocked. ' Th de
mand Is light, and they are bard to oil.
Prices are lower. 3 coops young chickens,
$1752; coops old hens, $2 50; 4
coops mixed, $1 50;2; 1 coop ducks, $2;
1 coop geese, $1 50.
Sales salt were 325 bbls. Ohio river,
Slli.NAI. SKRVK K RKPORT.
STATION. I LOW WATBR. Kile Or Til
rt, IM. IT. IX.
PittaburK t J 2 7
Cincinnati N 1 K
Loalavllla ft '4
Kvanavllle I 10 I
l'tu'nli 4 0 X n
O.ir.i ., 11 i ii II
m. i 'i.ni a ii x i
liuvriiport -1 2 ii ii
Krukuk :i 7 O 0
mu liiiia , II tl I j
. .. - ul JAU KS M.VAlsoN,
Pilot Ike Brooks is married.
The Jim Flsk will be out in all her
glory on Monday next, and if you want
to see something pretty be on hand to
Owing to the rise tho wharfboat at
Vlckshurg hai been moved back to her
landing, and the river editor of the Ha
old is happy once more.
Captain Dugan says the sand has not
cutout irom under the Glencoe, and lie
experts to raise her.
'The Grand Lake due from St. Louis is
to swap tows with tho Bee at this port
The Hlllinaii for Paducah.Dora Cabler
for Evansvillo, Bee and barges, Gold
Dust, .Ino. F. Tollc and Golden City for
New Orleans and Capitol City tor New
Orleans, are due to-day.
1 he Bi.irnal office reports snow at Dn
buqueaml hivcnport and cold rain at
A skill called the "lrU" containing 4
men.who sailed all the way from Kings.
town, Indiana, on White river, passed
here yesterday lor New Orleans. They
have been out 7 weeks, and have traveled
700 miles so far. They are out on a plea
The saw mill Tidal Wave lit out lor
the south yesterday.
Tho Cclina brought 20 tons ot iron and
sonic other freight lor reslilpment.
The Jno. Means and barges with about
2,400 tons cleared for the south yesterday.
The Belle St. Louis brought 120 bales of
cotton for the east. Pilots Jim Kelso
and Low Moon came up on her to meet
the dredge boat G. W. R. Bailey. They
go up the Ohio on the Evansvillo packet.
Mcksburg HeruM: "The steamer Ara.
bia, which sank In 1855 at Parksvllle, on
the Missouri river, containing four hun.
dred barrels ot whisky, has lately been
cleared of mud by the current, and a party
is now engaged In the recovery ot the
whisky which was stowed in tho hull.
l itis is no doubt ol good Duality, hoins-of
age and yet no tax or stamps on it. its
value Is estimated at $7C,000."
Memphis Aeataivh, 31: The Thomr.
son Dean leaves New Orleans to-nicht lu
company with tho big James Howard for
this port, bhe has tho same old tussle to
The V.cksburg llrrald has tho follow.
ing concerning the sinking ot the Glen
con: The steamer Glencoe. Cant. Cal
houn, left St. Louts on the 21st, heavily
in-ixuiuu, uuu nuuni uiuro at t.uiro, in
eluding sixty mules and seventy-llvu
unnwi. ,-nu hjok on nitfo ac at Cairo about
two Hundred uwk passengers, emigrant!
from Indiana to Louisiana. She land
ed here Sunday night, and passed
down atiout u o'clock, As she
was rounding to, to go un to tho whn.
boat at Delta, she ran too dose to the bad,
stumpy piaue, wuure is situated the gov
eminent light, and the strong current
flanked tier in on some hidden obstruc
tion. Nie struck with considerable force.
but not enough to alarm the passengers
and proJuce confusion, and a hole was
knocked In her hull on the larboard side.
under the wheel, making a dent about
eighteen inches long aud the width ot
one plank. She was immediately beaded
lor the tow-head on tho Mississippi side
until sho struck the bar, where she
slowly filled and sank, and whero she
was lying yesterday afternoon in an easv
position, with the water about two and
a nait leet over ner guards, She seemed
nerfcntlr Ktraiffht U'lipn via I nit l.Q c
o'clock, but tho saud was washing out
i iroiu unucr ner now, anu we heard last
iiigut ner now nau gone down. Yester
day morning the ferry-boat took off most
ot hor stock and forty families ot emit
grants, the latter of whom were landed
at Delta, ahd took the train for Delhi and
from tnere to ioyd, their destination,
The other emigrants who had wagons
and teams had gotten off at Goodrich's
Landing, to proceed to Floyd by land.
The stock, consisting of first-rate mules
and horses, were brought to Mcksburg
uoais are warned not to run too
close to the government light. There is
plenty ot water for them to keep well
away iromtne stumps anu snags wnicn
are numerous ahd dangerous nt that
Notice ta Biilldera.
Proposals will be received by the u n
dersigned, building committee of the
Delta City Fire Co. , for the erection ot
a 2-story .brick tire engine house until
Monday, Nov. 5, at 7 o'clock p. ni., at
the office of Lancaster A Rice, where
plans aud specifications may be seen.
Bids will bo received for the wholo house
complete, or for the brick work and car
penter work separately. Bidder to furn
ish tho material. .
The oommittoc recrvo the right H re
fect any or all bids.
C. O. Patikr,
J. V. TllRNEII.
Cairo, ills., Nov. 1, 1877.
Mr. L. J. iteai-B,
No. 113 Commercial uvenue, Winter'a
Block, calls the attention of the ladies to
her large stock of fall and winter millin
ery, ot the latest designs, which she Is
Jolly receiving from New York and
MONDAY, OCTOIIKR 22,
she will bold her
jontiiiulng ono week, and wishes all tho
ladies to call and examine her goods.
As hor stock is large and complete vis
itors can rest assured of finding her
itock to suit the most fastidious,? and she
will take special orders for anything that
may not be In stock. Oel4-lm
Mr. Albert Grlndler Is now receiving
ordors for shade and fruit trees. All
those wishing trees aet on their premises
may leave their order at E, W. Thle-
leck's groeery-storo, or at the residence of
Mr. Grlndler at th corner of Locust and
' :c . ""... 'juiuina areiipi laiairooBiy oy a, we man ibis I elhia
without tear ot UlDg galurared. Bora' Kanueauaoatlnnahly IUMaasaeUliaeu7et aTT
bat bcoaune partuta loTariablr dlaballaTa tbla fact, and to aoceaaalully aaealve tbaaa vedTYet
keep, aa la uaually done by elotbiara wnn do not aae Ilia trutb that good framacta Tola eaaaw
ara, and aboddronaadrlTai Hum awav : Htiinait. Ilui Khi I... h.Xi . ---Tli7."" "iT!.
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h.,velwulh""towWrt,wy,o,, ,,ge tok vt 'i . !
Th iiaat buy or ut to-Uy whan tby dilre a good
bSu."o? W ""M-toM
FARNBAKER, the Clllr,
PHENIX DRUG STORE
Corner 18th Street & OomVl AViV
I Have Opened an
And Toilot Artiolc3, v
To Which I CaU the Attention of the Public. . '
toSH will make the arenrar rimrvnnriln nf ni, u.ii.
m m mm
Is Preferred to all Others : t
lm. They are awdeot tha beat " WAMSl'TTA" W7BMX. ''' :!
ia,i' linen"" KrC ih" P'y Ul1 m f 'h b,t "B,n' (cl b'D anaraalate' to- be ati
:lrd, '1 hey are made only by unable and eiperlenoed hands, and are aenluUv laeaaata aaA
are unauriiasaed by any other in workmanship. ipi
Idi. They arv guaranteed io At and giveeaUsiaclloninarvy particular. '
Try Them and be Convinced ! '
IOR SALE ONLY BY .v." ' '
DEALER IN - i
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, EtQ.
121 COMMERCIAL AVEfflTE. '
Mr. Charles Schoenmeyer has received
a large lot of the celebrated Cobden cider,
(aptel wcin) which Is beyond all question
the best and purest cider ever sold in this
city. Families desiring it can procure
this older In quantities to suit, by tho
pint, quart or gallon, or in larger quanti
ties. Persons desiring cider by the bar
rel can have tholr orders filled by notifying
Mr. Schocnmeyor at his saloon at th
corner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr. Schoenmeyer has also Just
received a consignment of the celebrated
California Riesling wine, which Is
iqnal to any Rhino wine. This
wine Is manufactured from the
celebrated German grape, and has no
superior In the country. And further, he
keeps Moerleins' beer, the best made,
and a lull line of choice liquors and ci
gars. Call and see Charlie. lie is al
ways glad to see his frlendi, and will be
lound ready to serve them. A free lunch
spread every morning at ten o'clock, tf
Phil Beat Brewing- Oo.'a Milwaukee
Lajrer Beer' Henry Brelhan, agent.
Oorreepondenoe eoliolted. 6t
Ed. Braxton has returned to Ids old
stand In the Reiser building, where he la
better prepared than ever to acoommo-
Jate hla patrons and the public whe
may favor him with a call. He has gon
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
lie has provided with all th latest Im
provements aud conveniences. 11 em
ploys ouly first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. t
The European Hotel-Kedneilan In
Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
he European Hotel, being well aware
of the strlngoneyofmoney.hu reduced
rates to all who may wish regular board
to sixteen dollars per month or four dol
lar per week, for day board. In con
nection with th European Hotel la a
drat class restaurant where oysters,
game and all other dellcaclea will be serv
ed at all hours during day or night, (tf)
J. D. DEANE, Proper
Lata ot th M. Ohulea. ;; -
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Entire Hew Stock of '
CHEMICALS. - BTAWrtiirMv
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MOST Complete, Thoroaga and YbbMs
eourae of Study la the Cabal ataaat-ev
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far lUajtratai ' taralar
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Prints. - '
BOOTS &SB0G 0
Ooffee, Snt Is Crmv,
Spooialty la Tcao.
Goods Dollvarad Promptly.
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Paints, Oils, Vcnifc
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