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a ana, la IbU nthtma uadar 4tirofirlata lieedina.
Itharal l ei.M rr niuatber eUwt rear
eyeblr quarterly maitreat-a.
Ilaravara, Htevee mm Tin Ware.
A. IIAIXKV-Iw1rriiimovM,Tiaaal Hani
a, (ianlm iiwl f uniHTH' lmilrnienW, V lie
,li, Hufrurnitate,. l'ami "a lMara.
1 1 Commercial Aecnua. UuilrrlaK, and Job
Work dune on nborl mil Ine,
.1, S.MrdAHBT-Oraleria htnl anil inRtum
ur, flooring, ceilta, sidinc and iiirferal
lumber, lath and thtagke.' oflloe and yard
turner ftreulietl) ilraet and Washington vnu
LANCASTICH - flkCH-Ueak-re ia aah,
Iikih. blind, !,.. hard and anil lumber and
hlngies. Yard ana 0(Do, Cvwiurreiitl avenue,
orimr mh airatu t
1), HAiaUAN-LilUr In Queenawere, Toy,
Umi ud all klnda f fancy artif !. Cotniwr
rel arenue, career tt awwt. .
WUXIAU. WJNTEK-SHIh atrert belweea
2onunerulal arena and Wublnf Ion avenue.
iialbiaia HarefcaeH f Bllarlajg-.
JOUR ANTItm-MeMbanl Tailor and dealer
Is Haady MaBo Clothing. II Ohio lrm.
Ml Ketstto Aicaclca.
HOWU5Y Reel Katate Altai
lor aoB-rMidanU.aUs. Com mere an avenue, i
iwrea Ntutn awl tenth ilwu.
HIS K LK THISTLKWOOD
CoMua and XoUooa factor! andro
bnatora uf Iba Jrarmere' Tobacco Warebouw,
hi A l-T Commnw.uU' Aranua.
ti baaaral forwarding and Connuieeioa
merchant, fur the aala of Karai, Caidea, Or
chard aad Dairy 1'roduce. noblo Leree.
EAr WHMLOC1 tO.
bcacral Korwanlinf and Commkelon
urchaat. and dealer la all Kindt of fruit and
t-roduaa, . Ohio Lerea . t'oneiKiiiuenU toUo
iieal, kiencll nraUbcd on epplicauoa. . .
KATES JV ASrVXBTUIJIU.
CeTAll aula for edvertUmf , art due and pay
all at aavajica , -
Traaalraf eaTertiilic WU1 be Inserted at tit
eea af f 1 0 par aqoara for the lrat Lnaartuts
aad e MXBI fut aaefe eabaeqoeat ou A liberal
dlaaooal will bt Bade oa itaadlnf nod dlapl
for huatllni runaral aotiea 1 Notlaa al
aiaatiit rf il"-f ' auomufor
Cbaiea, toaiety, I aattral and Soppcr notieai
WUl aaly ba Inaoiad aa adertiamnta
Mo adTartiaaaianl wlU ba raealved at leM than
o ota la, aad ao aaTtrtlaament will bt laaerkd
fur hat thaa thraa dotlara par month -
H'ESDAV, November 0, 1CT7. ,
Llouday Nov. 12.
IRLOf,' WILSON, '
Primrose k west s
; Master Band of the World.
U M elDt,Uiute and unapproatbiblt
programtn of norelllet.
AdultaWM M MBU. Uwnred taU 75
i tnu. Stall cab be fecund it llarfoai'i
lil na and duiS tort.
Cuts. B. Gkutx. Aftnt.
flm Uiose lunally uUre little organi.
the kldneyi are nef lectiul ol their dutlei
nd nw ilurglilii ktty dfjreneraUon,
Bngbt'e diwaae. diabetes, and other dan
ferotu malladlea, are the result of neglect
to remedy Uila Inactivity by medicinal
ueaiu. WkeaUte all Important tunc
tlonaof the kidneys are Imperfectly dis
ebarged, those organs need stimulating,
and the best possible agent for that pur
pose sine It performs. Its office without
exciting them Is Hoitetter's Stomach
flitters, which, in combination with Its
toHie and cathartic properties, possesses
valuable qualities as a diuretic. Both
kl Jneys and bladder are strengthened by
it,and the vigor which It imparts to them,
and the gentle but effectual Impulse
which it gives to their operations, is the
best possible guaranty agalnat their be
coming diseased. The bitters are invaiua
hie in other resrect8 as well as the above
since they remedy general debility, utor
ltie troubles, ehllls and fever, ayspepsia,
constipation, goat, rheumatism, and
A I SckateBaaeyers.
air. Chirks Schoenmeycr has received
jt large lot of the celebrated t'obden cider,
4aptel weln) which Is beyond all question
,tha best and purest cider ever sold In this
.citr. Families desiring it can procure
ihls cider in quantities to suit, by the
plbt, quart or gallon, or in larger quanti
ties. Tersons desiring cider by the bar
rd can have thoir orders lUled by notify ing
Mr. Schoenmeyer at bis saloon at the
orner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr. Schoenmeyer has also just
received a consignment of the celebrated
California Meiling wine, which is
iqual to. BBy . Rhine wine. This
wine Is manufactured from the
celebrated German grape, and has ne
superior la the country. And further, he
keeps Moerlelns' beer, the best made,
and a full Una of choice liquors and el
gars. Call- and Charlie. lie is Al
ways (14 to tee his friend), and will be
lound ready to serve them. A free lunch
spread every morning t ten o'clock. f tf
Ed. Braxton baa returned to his old
stand in the Reiser building, where he is
tDetier prepared than ever to aecomrac
JU hia patrons aW the public who
unr fcfojr Mm with a call. He has gene
to otMMenblo expense in flUing np a
,DoupleoflceljfurnUhed rooms, whici
he bu provided wRu all the latest im
.oMvemenU and conveniences. Be em
ployt only flrat olui fdrkmen and those
who Mirontze him win bYt their vranU
.hmiAmi in in stvle and will receive
.courteous treatment . ;! k
-Tliu elct iloii to ilny. V tt: lr tlic
iK'mcn.' , "
, Circuit court was in swioli j t;lcr-
day, Judge Maker irvlding. 1
The city council will meet In rif
ptilnr acssiou to-niglit. The bids for rc
coiifllrucllng certain sidewalks will bo let.
Misi Louisa Vincent and Mim Lena
Key returned to Cairo on Saturday alter
a ten tUj s visit to friends In Kvausvlllc.
"When you see a bright baby ileaed
with Itself and everybody else, be sure
that Dr. Bull's linby syrup Im' Ik'i-ii used.
Only 25 Cents per bottlp.
Joli Itillli)i,s'iiliiiaiin Tf; "About
this time lookout for cold wcallier."'
And it should have added; Keep lr.
Bull's cough syrup In rcadlnen.
Iii another; pluce wc tliU morning
publiah a lull aud complete list of all the
candidates,80 far ai known, lor all the of
licu to b voted lor at the election to
We are eorry to lcaru that I'r. R.
Waldo, Surgcon-in-cliarge of (lie Marine
Hospital in this city, is under the weather
from an attack of Intermittent ferer, aud
hope It is not icrioui.
Mr. Chas. Gayer has opened a new
butcher shop on Washington avenue,
between Tenth and Eleventh streets. Mr.
Gayer is an old citizen and bos established
a reputation for fair dealing.
Bakkk'b Cod LirraOn., Limb and
Wild Chkrrt A pleasant medicine, and
certain remedy for Consumption, Scrofu
la, Debility, etc. Sow Is the time to ue
It. Joo. C. Baker & Co., Druggist
On Saturday latt Chas. Kreeger, a
deck hand on the towboat Bee, slipped
Irom a plank while coaling the boat at
our wharf, and fractured or dislocated
bis shoulder. He is In the hotpital and
will be all right by and by.
The regular meeting of the Cairo
Temperance Uulon will be held at Dr.
Wardner's building on Tuesday evening,
Nor. Ctb, at 8 o'clock. A lull attend ¬
ance ia requested. Ida L. Hirbsi i.,
Cairo, November 0. Secretary.
Ilcmember ttie entertainment read
ing, reeltalion, cnaraae, music, re'resn-
ments and "Mum" to be given by the
ladies of the Episcopal church this even
ing at the residence of Wra. B. Gilbert,
The public are invited and let every one
Yesterday evening at about six
o'clock Bob Gilchrist, a colored man,
while drunk created quite an excitement
In the neighborhood of leyenth street
and Washington avenue by shooting at
the women who live in the bouse with
him. Although several shots were fired
nobody was hurt. Mr.CUcurlit was not
On Saturday list Mr. foley and
Thomas Murphy got on a little f pree
and Into a quarrel alter wards. Foley
lound Murphy In a saloon and walking
up to him began a surgical operation upon
his bead and face Inflicting some ugly
flesh wounds with a knlle. Murphy be
ing a river man, Is in the marine hospital
r.-celvlng the bene lits ol his hoipital dues'
The Catholic fair and lestival last
eve'iing In the building at Hie corner ol
Ninth street and Commercial avenue was
well attended, and everything passed on
in the most pleasant and agreeable
manner. The festlvsl will be continued
to-night, when the friends of the churoh
and tlie public generally are invited to
Mr. Kcxford stepped down and out
ol the rlanter'a House yesterday, anu
Messrs. Egnew A Kelley stepped up and
In. Mr. Kelley will have charge oi me
house, and there Is every reaion to be
lieve that the Tlaater's will not suf.
fer from the change of proprietorship,
though Mr. Itexford was very popular
with the patrons of the house.
The entertainment to be given this'
evening at the residence ot W. B. Gilbert,
Esq.. by the ladles ol the hplscopai
church will be sure to bring together a
very large number ot people. These en
tertalnments are very popular and tnose
who attend them alwayi go home well
pleased. The programme for this even
ingla especially interesting, and all who
can should attend.
Mrs. S. Williamson Is marking down
her goods, and la now selling straw hats
at prices lower than ever. . She Is now
offering hats whleh heretofore
sold at 75 cents to one dollar, lor
35, 40 and (0 cents, and all
other goods in proportion. Her stock of
flowers Is very law and range from 10
cents to $2 In price. The price lor press
ing and remodling straw hats has been
reduced from 33 and 50 cents to 20 and 30
cents. Mrs. W. Invites all Inspection of
her joods and prices. if
On Saturday morning Mr. J.K.Greer
of Smlthland took passage on the Dora
fabler at this point having in charge a
prisoner named Wells who Is accused of
having murdered a young man in uv
Inirslon Co.. Ky., some time last June.
Wells and this young man were working
for a farmer named Perkins and quarreled
over something on atternoon. That
evening when the teams had been put
away another altercation took plaee while
the murdered young man was sitting on
the fence, ' Wells picked up a club and
walking . up . In front of
bis antagonist struck him a blow, which
felled him on the other side. Alter this
Wells went to the house and told Perkins
he had better go to the fence as it was pro
bable ha wonld find a dead man there.
Perkins went, and soon returned, telling
Wells that the man was dead, whereup
on Wella aklpped out and went to Texas.
Learning ot bla whereabouts Greer fol
lowed him, and lound he bad gone to
Colorado. Following him there Mr.
Greer found him herding cattle, and un
der pretence ol making a horse trade,
whieb, by the way, Walla MraseH pro
posed, ha succeeded in making the Irai
MgNlllttM of lha f. n. MartWe IT
pltabloMt airo. ;,,
By permission of Dr. Waldo, mrgeoii,
In charge we are permitted to publish the
following rules ol the hospital at this
port, which have lately bfcu adopted lor
the hotter protection of the ei'i'vico in its
1. No patient will be allowed to leave
the hospital grounds without first ob
taining iKjrmlHslon ol the surgeon m
charge, or the sister manager. ' '
2. Convalescents and patients whose
diseases or Injuries' do not. ueceiisurlly
con line them to their wurds may bo al
lowed to absent themselves from the
grounds not longer than two hours dur
ing any one duy; provided permission bo
obtained from the proper authority.
3. No more than Hirer patients Irom
each nurd shall be absent from the
grounds at any one time, except iu cases
of urgent necessity.
i. The .Sister Manager will cause to be
kept an accurate record ol the time of de
parture and return in eycry case where
leaye is granted.
o. Any violation of these rules, or any
disrespectful or disreputable behavior on
the part of any patient, coming to the
knowledge ot thusurgcon-ln-charge, will
be suftictent eaiuctor peremptory dismis
sal. C. Any applicant for hospital reliei
gaining admission to the hospital by
feigning slcknecs, or by also represent
ations of his service upou the rivers, will,
upon the surgeon's obtaining evidence of
his maligning or misrepresentations,
at once be discharged, and he shall there
after be excluded from the lencflts ot
the hospital and will be liable to criminal
prosecution for fraud.
7. Any rule or regulation of the hospit
al now existing, not inconsistent with the
foregoing, will continue In lull force.
Wanted one good blacksmith to take
clmrjre of a shop to do custom work.
Fur inloriuution apply to
I. G. Ibhkm.,
3t- Jordan Station, Ky.
Just received a choice line of black and
gold prints at the
Noa. 4-3t Nkw Vor.a Stoke.
Thomas Ward, on a charge ot stealing
I2G.73 Irom a companion, was before
Judgs Bird yesterday. Ward aud his
partner put up at a down-town bawdy
house, and some time during the night
Ward went through his partner' pockets
and left the house. Chief Arter was no
tified and shortly fter arrested Ward.
Jude Bird isnt him to the county jail
under bonds ol $300 to await the action
of the gnndjurv.
Jas. Foley, for assaulting Tom
Murphy with a knife, was held to bail in
tbe sum of six hundred dollars. The
difficulty occurred in the vicinity ot the
Vicksburg houe. Andy Cain made the
John Williami, on a charge of drunk
and disorderly, was sent to the lock.up
for nine dsys.
Mac Brown, Tom Walsh and Sam
Pearee were arretted on Sunday night by
Officers Cain and Sargent on n charge ol
drunkenness. Judjre Bird sent them to
the lock up for live days each.
The finest cottage In town. Inquire ol
iw Gkorgr Fisukr.
A Close Call.
Lat evening shortly alter six o'clock
a very serious accident, which may result
in the death of a colored boy named
Thomas Casche. happened in the office
ol the Planters nouse in this city. Toney,
h bar tender, and the boy Thomas
Cawhe, a waiter ia the house, wero in
the office and engaged In a friendly scuf-
fie. Toney had a knlle In his hand, and
during the scuffle, Casche was stabbed in
tha left breast Immediately over
the heart. The blade of
the knlfo penot rated the
breast to the depth of one inch and a half,
Inflicting a dangerous and perhaps fatal
wound. Dr. Waraner attended tho
wounded man, and gave it as his opinion
that, while Casche might recover, the
ehances are against him. At a late hour
last night he was resting easy.
Four ol our 1-pound bars ol extra lam
lly and German soap lor 23 cents, or 18
bars lor $l,at the
New York Stoke.
Mr. Jus, W. Btewnrl Umlly Hurt.
The friends of Mr. Jas. W. Stewart
will regret to learn that that gentleman
met with a very serious aud painful occl
dent at a late hour last evening. While
retumiug from tho counfry, when a short
distance this side- of Captain Porter s
place, his horse becamo frightened and
ran away with him. Haying but one
hand he was unable to manage the anl
nial, and loosing hie balance was thrown
to the ground.striking on his left shoulder,
From Dr. Wardner we learn that the
neck ot the shoulder blado was broken.
The Doctor pronouuees Mr. Stewart's
Injuries very serious and painlul, and tho
worst kind of Injuries physicians have to
deal with. Mr. Stewart will probably be
confined to his house from one. to two
weeks. He Is under the care of Drs
Wardner and Gordon.
Uoldaa Bio Coffee.
. 4 lbs., for $1.00 ; 4 lbs. choice Rio Cof
fee lor $1.00 at the Nkw York Stork
We H'orklHa- BfahlHry for tale
Ono Plainer and Matoher, one Heading
plainer, one Surfacer and one (Jigsaw
machine, for whloh I will take lumber In
payment. For terms apply to
241m Jamks Bri.t., I'lltn, Ills.
' v- a. .. w. rim.
We new offer tb celebrated JC, A O
self-rising buck wheat flour In 0 lb,
backss4o the trade.. Best In use at the
Hoy. .8t i flaw Yonx Stori.
TO EtKCTIOlf .
list of tha Candidates for tha Varloua
OflVoea to bo Yotod for at the Election oa
Below we give a complete llstoi all the
candidates lor county olllccrs, aud lor
Justices ot tin: peace and constables lu
North and South Cairo precincts, i'ho
list ia certainly large enough for almost
every citien to 11 nd some one lor whom
ho would like to vote. As wo
have taken no stock in the
election, aud do not propose to lake any,
we simply glv tlm lit of candidates,
wlthoutcxprcssin a preference for either
one or the other ot them. Here liiey are:
rm county .ii dck:
Kcubcii S, Vocum;
lsific I.. Uurreli.
HK COUATY CI.EIIK:
William K. Hawkins;
John P. Hely;
S-tmucl J. Ilumni;
. .lames W. Stewart;
William F. Pitcher. .
Mrs. P. A. Taylor;
J. W. Ttenfro.
TOR COUNTY COMMM.4IO.NKIt:
Thomas W, llalliduy;
B. F. Livingston;
FOB ASSKSSOU AND TKEASUHKR! ,
Hugh P.Craig; '
Scott Cauble; , ,
Andrew J. Aldeii. ,
, Henry Stout;
Francis M. Ward.
KOR JUSTICE OF THE I'EACE:
John II. Robinson ;
FOR COUNTY CONSTABLE:
Geo. W. Whitlock;
Wm.T. Scott (col'd).
OR JUSTICH OF THE l'KACKI
O. A. Oeborn.
J. JT. Bobbarts;
FOR COUNTY COX.4TAni.ES:
Jas. II. English;
W. P. McAllister, (col'd).
John Gladney (col'd).
For Road Tax. Against Road Tax,
For the $331,712.18 Appropriation.
Agninst the $531,712.18 Appropriation
New Breakfast Bacon,
Apple, Butter, etc., at the
Nov. 4-3t New York store.
Grand Tower had quite an agreeable
sensation on the first Inst., it being the
silver-wedding of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Schultz, formerly of tills city Among
the Cairoltes who attended the celebra
tion, were Mr. and Mrs. A. I.ohr and
their daughter, Miss Minnie; also Mr. Leo
Kleb and family and Mr. Harry Schultz.
The party passed off pleasantly, and wil1
long be remembered by those who par
ticipated. Mr. and Mrs. Schultz have the
kindest wishes of many of our citUens
for their tuture happiness and prosper
ity. May they live long and be happy.
Khotln the Leg.
Harvey Johnson and Archy Robinson,
colored, attended a ball in the lower part
of the city on Friday night last, and dur.
ing the night a dispute between them
resulted in making them bitter enemies
On Saturday morning they met near the
New York store, when the
quarrel was renewed. High
words were Indulged In, and Johnson,
becoming thoroughly angered, drew a
smtill pistol from his pocket and shot
three times nt Robinson, tho last shot
taking effect in the fleshy part of his leg
ust below the knee. Johnson attempted
to escape, but Sheriff Saup capturod him
near the Mississippi leveo in tho upper
part ot the city, and locked him up in tho
couutyjail. Robinson s wounds arc not
AT THE NAME OLD (STASH.
not "Hirlinrd Hlnnoir but MnUon
Mr. S. Matson desires to aanounco to
the citizens ol Cairo and tho surround
.ng country, that lie has returned from
California, and again casting his lot in
Ualro, has opened a new stock ot BOO fS
AND SHOES at tho same old stand, No.
HO Washington avenue, bstareen Eight
and Ninth streotu, whore, whllo thanking
bis old friends lor their past patronage,
he desires to shako hands with them, and
lupply them and many new customers
with anything they need In his line. His
stock is coming right In every day, and
the best thfl market anords. au are
Dvitcd to call- . ,. '"
? t i : k
You Can Bv I
Money by getting your building materia
ol Lancaster & Rice, Tnoy are scuing mm
bcr at mill prlcos; a large amount of white
nine and cvnres shingles ol tne oosi Dran
constantly on hand. We sell pine shin
w at ai .75 tier thousand; sawed cedar
nosta at at 29 cents each; will to pine floor
Ing at $23.50 per thousand; pln siding
at $15.00 per thousand.' Try y6ur luck
with this firm.
(Inn. a lllllaaat
oau, caMtio, il
Cairo, Illinois Monoat :ybn, (
Nutrmlier 6, 177.
'J licrelsnochaiige worthy of note lu
the condition of the market here. Busi
ness is lair though not active, as
is almost always tho case at
tho beginning ol the month.
We are to-day experiencing by nil odds
the coldest duy of tho season. A light
ram fell here during the night and this
morning, and later in tho day a stiff north
wind set in and to-night it is cold and an
overcoat is quite comfortable. There are
Indications ol fairer weather. The rivers,
though not raising, arc lu fair boating
condition, and boats have no dilileulty In
reaching St. Louis. River rates to New
Orleans arc not changed.
The Hour market is still weak, and
purchasers of round lots would be able
to obtain concessions of from 13 to 2"c on
choice grades. The order trade is only
fairly ai tivc, and ou small lots prices are
maintained at about quotations. Re
ceipts are fair, and stocks on the market
good and accumulating There Is
very little doing in corn. There is
no shipping deiuaud, aud the
local demand is light. Receipts are
light and the supply on tho market not
laree. Thcro is no change in prices
Receipts ot hay aro good, and the
market is well supplied. Thcro Is no
shipping demand, aud tho local demand
is light. Prices are unchanged Rc
celpts ot oats arc light, and the supply on
the market 14 not large. The demand,
however, Is lc? active than for some
tlmepat. Prices are steady at quota
tions '1 he demand lor meal is only
moderately activo and talcs limit
ed. Trices are steady at quot
ations. The supply is about equal to the
demand Bran is in light supply and
active demand at $13 Receipts of
potatoes are large and the market is well
supplied. Prices vary according to
quality. The demand is talr The
supply ol apples is light and the demand
good at quotations The uairket is ,
overstocked with poultry and prices are
lower. Receipts of chickens
have b';cn larger than for months pre-1
vious Eggs arc in fa'r demand at
15c. Receipts are lair, though the sup
ply on the market Is light Choice
butttris in good demand. The supply
Is very light. Common aud low grades
are plenty arid unsaleable Vegcta-.
bles are In good supply. Cabbage is
selling all the way Irom $4 to $0, ac
cording to quality and condition.
RATES OF FREIGHT TO NKW ORLEANS AND
Drybbl 3D 35
(ruin 15 17
Pork & Beet 35 50
Hay 20 32)
Bank landings 5 cents per 100 lbs., and
10 cents per bbl. higher.
f&Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only tor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots It is
necessary to chnrg an'alyanee over
The Hour market is not changed.
Purchasers ol round lots would be able
to obtain concessions. The order trade
Is lair. Receipts arc good and stocks on
the market large and accumulating. Wc
note sales ol
300 bbls. Various Grades
5 outs,: oo
:, wra' oo
4 WVd 73
5 iV.i'7 25
Receipts of haj are good and the nop-
ply on the market is larger than for some
time. The demand Is light, and transac
tions lew. There Is no shipping demand.
Prices are steady at quotations. Sales
reported were as tollows: 2 cars red top,
$S 50; 3 cars choice timothy, $11; 2 cars
prime timothy, $10 30; 2 cars mixed, $10;
1 car Gilt Edge, $12 50; 1 car prime timo
thy, $10 50.
There is very little being done in corn.
The demand Is light, and the supply on
the market fair. Prices arc not changed.
Sales noted were 1 car wliito in sacks,
61c; 500 sacks mixed, 50c; 1 car wliito in
The demand tor oats is less active than
lor several weeks previous. Tho supply
is fair, though receipts are light. Prices
arc steady at quotations. We report sales
of 3 cars mixed In bulk, 2G2GJc; 3 cars
northern mixed in bulk,2Gc; 1,000 sacks
mixod 3'Jc; 2 c ira Southern III Inois, 2(!c.
The demand for meal is only moderate
ly activo and prices steady at quotations.
Prices arc the samo as Ust quoted. We
note sales of 200 bbls. city, $2 35; 1 50 bbls.
city, $2 10; 25 bbls. country, $2 20.
Bran Is in light supply und good de
mand at $13. Sales reported were 1 car
in sacks, $13; 250 sacks, $13.
lUcolpts of potatoes are good, and the
raarkotls well supplied. Prices vary ac
cording to quality. Strictly choice are
worth $1 601 75. Common aro wiling
at 11(51 23. Sales reported were 25 bbls.
northern Dcachblows, $1 0OM1 o; .u
bbls. mixed, small bbls., $1.
The supply Is light and demand good
at quotations. We report sales ol oobbis.
Bon Davis, $2 20; 7a DDIs, various grades
$1 752; 125 bbls. Ben Davis, $22 40.
Receipts oi chickens are large and the
market overstocked. The demand Is
iitriit ami nrlces down. Turkeys are
cominir In freely, and the demand Is only
f.tnv active. Halea poultry were 10
dozen old and young chickens, $172;
coops turkeys, $78 BO; 10 coopa young
and old mixed, chlcitcus $iwxwo,
Receipts arc fair, and demand good at
lBo. The supply Is not large. We report
Hold last year at lift, A big reduction In
the price o overcoat! from lat ym's pri
ces, j , , .
Comer 18th Street & ComVrAve,
I Have Opened an Entire New Stock of ,., ...I'-.
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, 8TATI01H3T
And Toilot Artiolca, '
f ' aJ&Jr' -
To Which I Call the Attention of the Publio. -tl
will make tho accurate compounding of physicians prescrlplioaa a in
dally. O. E. O'lLABA,
They arc ma,lof the best" WAJM'TTA" MUSUN. . ,. .
ltanoins lire tattt ply anil maile of tho beat linen, each ply being gaanntaai (a a aM
'l licyarorjiadeoril? brcApable aad experienced banrli, aad are earefallr lajpeetai aad
are unsuriiassed by anyotlier in workmanahip. , .
'Alley aiv guaranteed to lit auJmvitii.Honineery patUcular.
Try Them and
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
124 COMMKItCIAL AVENGE.
sales ot 300 dozen,13c; 5 patent cases,! 5c;
2 cases, 15c; 250 dozen, 1 ijo.
Choice butter Is scarce and the demand
is good. Prices are not changed. Com
mon and low grades are plenty and un-,
saleable. We note sales of 15 pkgs. south
ern Illinois, lC20c; 10 pkgs. centra1
Illinois, ls20e; 10 pkgs. northern,
2i&y,e 0 tubs northern, 1213c; three
pkgs. Southern Illinois, 21c.
Sales wero 1,200 lbs. dry salt pork
strips, 8c; 6 packages, S. C. C, hams,
Sales were 5 tierces refined kettle ren
There is good demand for onions at
$22 25 per bbl.
Sales salt were 300 bbls. Oiiio river,
To the Public.
Tho undersigned wishes to inform the
citizens ot Cairo that he will be ready in
a short time to furnish then with all
kinds ol trees, such as fruit-trees ol every
description, Shade-trees, h lowers,
Shrubs, Plants, Evergreen trees, for
Christmas, (,f different kind and sizes,
at tho lowest prices aud terms. There
fore, send in your orders early to have
them on hand in time. All Information
given on application. Orders to be left
at Edward fhlelecke's grocery store, oi
Eighth street; Ernest Pettlt's, oa Twei
ty-cighth street and Commercial avenue;
Metcall, corner Division and Washing
ton avenue; or to Albert Grindler Llin
sclf, or through the postofflco.
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. Tbe causes which
produce It are such as cold, Irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to mlasmatlo exhalations,
Ac, Ia lame cities where edge tools
and agricultural Implements are manu
factured, the grinder protects bis lungs
Irom tbe Injurious cHects of the dust
flying oil the grindstone by weiring a
respirator. The coal miner era 1 1 de
scends tho shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against fire-damp.
Now It is equally necessary for those
who aro brought In contact with any, ol
tho causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide ' themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against It, the home stomach bitten. '
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