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Tit A Vlil KH'S GUIDE.
STi7?TAiii.:or the Illinois central it. it.
l.t am- r Mnday, ; '' fo,l,,w-
,," 7e I.Me ' ",e Mmal J ,1 rnr'"
" . .... ir.lnt nl Cairo!
llfpOI ps"K" -
j'i-Mil train, dollj-.
i 11:15 p.m.
Espreas. dally, "l'1 Hn,lnJr a::i0 lMn'
vacnnreorcar from (Vitro to ft. Louie. fn
. fr froir Cairo to Cilcago. Klerniit
(bc lto-fii lpi"(? ctu on night trains.
,tflSf ctieeiied Important ilnt.
CAIRO AM' LOpISVlMj-r
T. . llYMAJf. Jlmlcr.
,M,f,r.iroeveiySATrtlKAY at A o'clock p.m
tor JAM. IHfillM, AV.
"CAlltO AND PADUCAH
MAIL HO AT.
Ttie splendid steamer
J AS." FISE,
Joe I'onlrr. Jliisior.
" IMMIGRANT TICKETS
fou SAii;u ( ron salk,
Fnre from LtvKKroot,
Knrc from Lo.vpc.viikkkv
Fnro from Glasoow,
l-'nre from (Jueeshtow.s'
TO UA1U0, ::!..:.. $l'20
f.i:lor.l, Morrn A Ca
l.iurpool New-Toik ahJ rhlladflrliia
iir toralCT with t.MTto (tiirCixa mnmi
For.Carrjins tue Mll.
roit passaITh tickets
OK Fl'KTHlR IrOHlHOV
Al'IMiY TO JOHN 0. DALE, Aot.
11 llrondwar, Ntvr.Totk, or to
II. II o ii t ,
Vihincton Arcniif, Cairn. um. 51
WILLIAM . SMITH, M. 1).
J)K!!!KNCti No. 21 ThiTtrcnili street,
tiri-o i WnahinRloti avenup ami Walnut Mrutt.
iirti Qjnnnerclal Bienu. up Halri.
C. W. DUNNTXC, M. I).
t?ITiKNPB "ornrNinth nml Wt!nut nt,
I) ill p-"'o iter ."ixtli i-trivt anl UIilo lerce.
(;ti hours from G a.m. to 1 i m , ami 'J p. in
Alii KN. .MULKKV & WHEMLKIt
COL'XSEI.OIW AT LAW,
William J. Allfn, '
lolm II. MnlVf-y, 'f
i:r'iriieulr nii'n'i.ir jniiiI to rnvr aiilaJ.
Ot I 1) I!I1J'1.
I I Hi: (iter l'ir-t.'aiion.il ll.uk, Oliln
(IKKKX & (iILIU:i!T,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
W I l.vn If. een, T
tV.llnmll fiilbfrt, CAIIIO, ILLINOH.
Mile I'. Gilbert, )
cc'5p,. aiimtioa given to AJmlralty aui
'JtTKE GIUO LEVEE, KOOMtt 7 ASi) 8 OVER
CITY NATIONAL 1IANK.
Till- TIUUM1MI IN.SriJANCKCO,
"' l-.iil.ai (m
holuMiit ull Viml ol riik.
' Airent, euro, oi..
u.t.s i i ri nits.
STKA.M AND GAS FITTER
AMI tJr.llI II IX
tiS l lXTl'ltllM,
in. nan', and Plmnber'a matenal,
pump., gliibw iio,i aiiK . Vdlv, tn
ioi'lia,cb' ck v.ilvi-a. rf.
ALUS ADIT rok
TnlU llriitliers I'ntent Dry .ni Mi-lera
iml 3I.iretlue, Wella A Co'a Automatio Wate'
Inuicaiiir ami Biippiy aiie lor steam boiiera,
WIKTKKH BLOCK, COMMERCIAL-AVENUE.
ClfNTUAL MKAT MAHKKT.
KOEILLER & BROTHER
Hare reopened the
HOITI.AU Mi: AT MAItKKT,
ltd wren Nlntli nnd Tenth Ktrcelx,
and will keep conahinilyon hand tne beat meata
abiiiaiiiera i in uieuairn market. J liey delyermi.
petition. Oire them a trial.
JAM ICS KYNASTON,
Unfclier nml Ilcnler limll Itlndx I'reab
CoR'R .S'lscrrMTii ant) I'ui l At hiatrr.
CAIIt ), ILMNOW,
Rt'V iml slaiiRliter only the rery beat rattle,
i,. .oo-i., ut tlireii. and la urenared to (ill snv
ileiuaril fpr rh iiioata from one pound to teu
llinnaunil IIODIIUH. mv..t,
AKIl Villi 1ST
flilTIl Stiikkt, JJktwee.v Washi.voto.v
ANH COMVIKUCIAL AYKNUJiB,
Aillulnir Rlllenbvuao llniiiiy'ai.
Kuep (l9t of Heef, Pork, Muilon, Veal
.inb. bau.aeercte . and aro pmrrj to srrr
-' - uf aisij 1 1 ii i c 1 llii innnn( r s'JtB
The Illlnol. Central Unl lion J " ' I' f
niter fur sale the following dcarrlled lom in 1 1"
Addition to tlio Cily of Cairo, via.
Lot J7 block SO. I."t SI l'In.,'k
" A " 9
rorlcrma.ole. apt'')' '"
TlirConmcr.'Inl lintel fill ho rented mi favor
.Mod Hi) i. roMOininr I -1 1 1 1 1 ti 1 1 I 1 .v - I -
ply 10 (X'liWJ "l'"1'
Thelites mill ooimr.odlom dwelling
klfllulml DM I'iuMIi lifim i'ii Wnlntil iiiii Wash
iiiKi'i" (oo.tetlio IVMtij irtittn Church) la for
trill. Mil mini", iii'.i ' "? ''' ........
nulliitr Ohio l.cven, Cairo,
a a vh TitoritLK and expensk.
Michael Dtwiluill fiirnlh Slave i:nclor Kind
ling -nice, drv. nlre,id) -cut wood, In any art of
the fit v. tor fl.Mn Mneon load,
her- l n Mar to save Incalculable tiouble In
jour I oiitIioI.,
l.pnio onlrri at Mcllaiilo) ilniK alor, or ml-ilr-
llifin to Mlclucl Dono", thioiigli Hie po
oilicf.. Nor 10 :f
COAL! COAL! COAL I
ur.il rr. 11
)U QUOI.V AXI) .MOUNT CAUI10N
Cointnoicial-av., Vool of Klevcntli-.st.
All r-inl carefully welxlie.l at Hip yonl on Fair
rtri.I. WEI01IT WAItltA.VTEI).
Coil ilillvrttd nn llio aliorlrt notice in an)
part ol tho cl.y, cither by the lialf ton, ton or ear
.nrc nrilar at the. office on Cotnmerclabar. nl
(lif foot of Klorenth trct. norlW-Cm.
liibllsliol ci cry mornlii);, Mondny cx
F. E. Albright, of Muriiliysboro, wns
in tbo city yestcrdny.
IlcmcmliCr that (Joorgo, tlio barber,
will raffle off hi fine gold wotcli at the
St. Nicholas hetel to-night.
Ucv. 11. 1L Thayer, of Warren, 111.,
will preach in the l'reibyterian church to.
morrow, morning and cvonini;, nt the
Klilcr J. N. Mulky will iireach in tho
uhristiun church litis (Saturday) evening,
hidf-pt 7 o'clock, and Sunday tit 11
o dock a.m. The public are invited.
Go to .lorgiitifen's for imported Dun
dee oran-c marmalade, the celebrated
London cryftiil vinegar, in quart?, and
hoico Gcnoeso flgi. If
!ev. D. 11. Turnoy tccm to catch it
on every fide. lie recently wroto an ar
ticle for tho .Vntac Juurnal, but tho pro
prietors of that sheet refined to publish it.
Owing to the grc:it length of the gov
ernor' memge, which we puU'nh on tlio
ceond ilgo of to-d.iy' IH'M.etin, ipquati
tity of local mid rni-c-ell.iiieoiH matter U
Tlio ratlin of George, tho barber's gold
watch and chain will take plnce at the St.
Cliutles hotel, Commercial avenue, Satur
day night, at ! o'clock. Ilig lunch and
music, free. Go everybody. lit.
Mr. S. E. Harvy, cashier and auditor
of tho Cairo and Si. Louu railroad, ar
rived in this city yesterday, and paid out
to the men employed on this end of the
l'ctc Smith, tho blacksmith, can bo
found hereafter at Keed & .Mann's, where
he will bo pleased to receive orders for
work in his line. Ilor.'cjhoeing dime at
any tiuu. Give him a call.
Tuber Brother are prepared to man
ufacture any p tttern of jewelry to order
lo suit the parties and thu purae. Al
kinds of ring-, enl, ehasud and plain, to I
tit the linger and tho purse. tf.
On Monday and Tuesday evenings
next, Mr. Win. Cnrletnn will hold forth
at tho athtiieum, in his f.ivorate eharac-
ter. .Mr. C. i a well. km. wn Irish come-
dian, and noell'urts to nlensn lil. ninllnnei.
will bo overlooked. Sun his card under tlie
head of now advertisements
15'iL'g., tho popular steamboat agent,
udvertiscs the magiiillcont steamer Great
Hupublie lo leavu Sund iv movnlng, ut 10
o'clock, a. m. The ltepubllc is cortulnlv
one of the Illicit boats to travel on Unit
runs tint livers. W o commend her to
southern bound travelers.
In our nolieu of tho ratlin of a gold
watcli to come oil' to-nl'-ht, we stated that
It would be milled otl' at tho St. Charles,
when, in truth, It will take placo ut tho
St. Nicholas hotel. Tho wuteh Is u line
one uud the lucky party will be the pos
sci.or of an exeelleuu lime peace.
juuor winners are constantly re
celvlng new goods not In tho line of their
c, such as optical coodsof
n Umk im
gold and silver headed
canes, music boes of all kinds, tov music I
boxes for children, .omethitig new arid
very attractive. Silver plate cheaper than
over, iVc, Ac, tf,
Chlef of Police Myers, has been goiiiL'
(7t llin brti, ai.nln Hi. lw.e ....... I l.t
circle gone to tho out-skirts of tho city
aim worKirii; toward tlio center. Yes.
terday he captured thirty-five of tho per
ambulating porkers, and lodged them In
the pound. A nrcttv L'ooJ dav's work.
Mlentioti, Sir Knltrhts ! Cairo
ommiMiili.ry No. 13 f Kuiirhts'
emplar will meet in
1 regular con
tin.- (.Satunliiy) evening, Nov. IHth,
ici 1, at 7 wi o elo?k
Sojourning Sir Knight- nie courteously
. 1.- 1 ..... . ,
1IIVUU4 IO I11VBI1U.
". JAS. H. liKAitiiKs, ltec uder
Mr. Win. Carleton will entertain the
citizens of Cairo Monday and Tuoduy
nights next with Ills very lam?hubln jut
formanccs. JIo Is well-known to many in
this city as a first-class comedian. Ifunyof
our roulers havo tho "blues,1' and dont
know how lo get rid of them, we would
TttE C.A1H0 .DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1871,
preicriba Monday evening nl Athsn
Cllin. Cirleton will dispel tbor.i:
Tho Under Urolhera, rornor Ulghlh
street nnd WnliliiKt"!l "V' nue. hivo rc
uoivod ii brnn-now lot of the l.ite-l-ilyled
bromt-piiia, iiir-rliiga, )liij;er ting, brae
let, WiilehcJ, cluck', cle., mid ili'.ile tho
public li cull mid intpccl tho Mock. They
aro nlo iigcnts for the Davis' towing ma
chine, lliirdettorgannni1 St. l.oui jilano?,
and offer to thu public tho best bargains t"
bo obtained i;l any plaro in Southern Ill
inois. Wo have, no hciitation in recommend
ing William Killers, boot nnd shoo maker,
worthy of most liberal patronage. Wo
know whereof wo speak when we say his
work ii (tone in a niailcrly manner nt tlio
lowest prices. IIo tucs nothing but tho
best of stock, and ho cannot b excelled in
tho delicate tnk of making an exact fit.
Glvo him ii call nt his shop on Twentieth
street, between AVashlngton tivcnuo and
Poplar street, nearlv opposite tho court
house, nnd wo will guarantee satinfaclion.
Tho following were tlio arrivals at tho
St. Charles yestcrdny: 0. O. Allnrd, l'n
ducahj 1C. Kiddell, Pittsburg; .1. Jones,
Henry countv, K v. j A. .1. Cassiday, Now
York; 11. U. Wright, C. A-St. L. railroad ;
Frank Elorth, Clovcland, O.; II. Iloiichor,
Nnhv!llo, 111.; C. II. Crawford, Kansa
City; Henry Molchcr; St. Louis; J. AV.
Gibhs, Mattoon ; S. E. Harvey, St. Louis ;
K. Mcl-'cntcrs, Now York ; V. M. Ilut-
ler, Ohio; .Tewclt Wilcov, Vermont; .1. C.
Howard, Chicago, Andrew Poc, Itavcna,
Ohio; D. II. Hale nnd wife, l'.osa Clare,
Illinois, W. D. Coollge, Chicago; S. E.
McGregor, St. Juis; II. M. Ittce, Chica
go; Jl. liittakcr anil .Mrs. Jticiiani', uti
btupie, Iowa; A. II. White, Calumet ; S.
George, lllue Island; C. F. P.oborts, Chi
cago; P. P. Mitchell, Now Orlcan; "W.
II. Gntbrcath.St. Louis; F.J. Mungcrnnd
laity, Carbondale: S. T. Adani", Ashboro.
Tho following were the uriivals nt tho
Delmonlco hotel, Y'm. Winter proprietor,
for the last twenty-four hours, ending nt
0 oclock, p.m., 'Nov. 17, 18(1: .M. V.
Albright, Chas.'l-Tinn, V. Freshett, V.
McLain, Ullin, III.; Gutavo Ileland,
city.; 1. Conrad, Thomas Howard, St.
Louis, Mo.; T. .1. Parker, Carlinville, III.;
II. G. Nnnce, AVcstoy, Ky.; Dr. Horry nnd
lady, Henderson, Ky.; Mrs. Funk, Miss
Green, Mo.; C. L. Ilerry, Heiidcr.'on, Ky
"W. G. Ferguson, OJin, 111.; C. Unvcrzagt,
Dr. J. H. Payton.Torro Haute, lnd.; Geo.
A. Clrk, Jamej Kalston, Mcmpliis, Tenn.;
L.S. Harris, St. Louis, Mo. ; C. P. Urcn
ner, Kockport, 111.; "W. IJ. Galbrcath Jr.;
St. Louis, Mo. ; AY. 1. Spencer, Pulaski,
III. ; Henry Aihton, Eivcr;Yv D. Phll-lip-1,
steatnor Mary E. Forsytho; J. H.
Meslow, New Orleans; II. T. AVillums,
steamer, St. Joseph; O. AY. Schofiele nnd
lady, New Orleans; II. L. lltmy, l-.vans-villc,
I lid. ; H. T. Anderson, Kvanville,
Thu Under Hrolliura, corner cf Eighth
i-trcet nnd Washington iivcnue, have re
ceived and had placed in their manufac
turing rooms several pieces of new and
valuable jeweler's machinery, nnd arc now
prepared having tho machinery and
skilled workmen to msnufiicturo rirg,
watcli chain. liie.it pins, car rings and
nil other kind-"f jewelry, in nny manner
ordered, on sh'irt notice nnd nt pricoi so
vcrv low thev will make tho
prices of other establishments of tho kind
actual! VHslmmed of themselves. Their en
graver mid enameler, who has just arrived
from the east whero lie hss held in the
most extensive jewelry manufacturing es
tablishments tho most responsible position-,
is prepared to do anv work in his
line nnd t guarantee satisfaction. Per
sons wishing hair jewelry manufactured
for holiday presents, aro requested loliand
in their favors at as early a day n possible.
About half-past seven o'clock last eve
ning, a young man named MoCnllan with
acoited, near the cornor of Ninth street
and Commercial avenue, by a Etrnngor,
who demanded his pockot-hoou, ot he
would "cut his insides out." McCallan
forked over, and immediately stcppod.into
SoinmerweU'h grocery storo and informed
Mr. Summer well of the transaction, who
went mit and arrested tho highwayman
He handed him over to Chief Mvers, who
tnok htm to tho grocery store, corner of 8th
slri'21 "'"l AYashingtoii uvenue, where ho
undertook to senrch him. In one sleevo
110 fm"ul un 10" ,;,lifl!. wi'tm this was
found the stranger uttempted to run his
h unl in his pocket, but was stopped from
so dolnv:. At this staire of tho camu he bu-
camo desperate, and giving abound, raised '
his foot and kicked the chief over tho left
oyo inflicting a painful wound. A regu
lar seulUa ensued, In which his Ihiofship
was seriously worsted. A colurd iiiati,
named M. Jordon, came to tho assistance
of Myer and rendered valuable services
in helping to seeuro tlio desparado. Jor
don acted tho part or a good citizon and
has the thanks of tho chief of police.
Just received and to arrive, which wo
will sell at very low prices, C50 boxes cholco
cheese, G'J tubs western resorvo butter
(very choice), 00 barrels coal oil, 250 kits
mao,ior,',i 00 cases can goods such ns
1 )l,0'avi11 lV: Cook's favorite tomn
i favorite tomatoes, ken-
suts, pcaeho", Yannoutli corn, blueberries,
mlnco meat, Sliakcr iV: Kcmpt's ubd Day
A- Co.'- pre-orvcs-20 boxes, 25 half boxes
and 00 quarter boxes now layer raisins,
now prunes and currants, half million
" W. P.," G." and " D." caps, lo bairels
New Orleans molasses.
SntATTo.v A- Hutu, Ohio I,iveo.
The Sample liooM. Mr. P. Fitzger
aid's sample room, at tho corner of Four
teenth street and Commercial avenue, is
supplied with as (Inn a stock
.. . , ...... ,.'.?.' lu'' "f
- V "V . , ly' " Ir'
F. is doing a whole'iilo business, ami i,,
ing thoroughly acquainted with the busl
nets in which ho has ombarke, fuu, t..
Hdont of his ability to sell his goods as
cheap. If not cheaper, than any oilior es
tablishment In the city. He solicits a
simro 01 inn puuuo patronage octlStt,
IIhick B10KK roit ltr.N-r.- The brio
store, No. 78, Ohio I.uvee, now occupied
by F M, Htoeklleth, Ksq,, is offered for
rent, and will be vacant on the 18th Inst
API'I.V to Jy. p. Puillis,
tii n vi.ua i.ijii: anh hook comi'anv
riiEin utiAi'.itY i'acii.itiks von hup-
PI.VINO THK TltAIii:, IITO.
AVhlle nt Ullin last week, wo loolc occa
sion to visit tho rilln Llmo nnd lioek
eotnpitiy'i1 fpiarric, timo kiln, etc., nnd
nre e iii'-lruincd to admit that wo wcro not
n little -mrpriso.l to lltnl it nn institution
of so i;reat magnitude, and capable of
turning out so largo tin amount of stoio
nnd lin e.
is locate! nbout a half mile from tho Illi
nois Central station nt Ullin, a track being
laid from tho quarry lo tho rnllroad.
The number of ncrcs covered by this
quarry wo havo forgotton, but when wo
sny that tl'ete is limestone enough to sup
ply tho wants of tho trade In this locality
for Iho ne.t century, wo holievo wo arc
putting It mild. For instance, the high
est point of the blulfis one liur.ilrrd and five
feet nbovo tho level of tho compnny'n
kiln. AYo do not -ay that tlio blull is or
this great lilght the entire lungth of their
possession, but at no placo for a dlstanco of
half a mllo will it go below seventy feet.
! said to be a species of the shoto lime
stono-similar to the celebrated Missouri
shoto llmo stono. At Intervails of about
flvo feet through tho qunrry, so far ns
opened, thcro U a seam of pure flint. Aside
from this, there is no other ulntanco hut
that of tho purest and bet stono for the
manufacture of lime.
Tlio facilities of the company for
is now sufficient, by keeping their kiln
constantly in operation, to mcol the de
mands of the trade. They can turnout about
soven hundred barrels par week, and find
ready sale for every barrel. However, it
is tho intention of tho proprietors of the
quarry, to some timo during tho coming
winter, erect nnother kiln, cnpablo of pro
ducing a liko amount, and if their trude
increase, us it has for tho
hst six month!, they will bo
compelled to add a third kiln lo this in
To show tho rapidly increasing demand
for lime from this kiln, wo append the fol
lowing statement, kindly furnished us by
Mr. Debaun, who U manager of the con
Tho sales from the lilst day of
March 18G'J, to iiM dv of
March 1870, was .'. ? 3,8C!i.OO
And from March 2Ut 1870, to
March 2lst, 1S71 9,090.00
And from tho 21st day of .March
1S71, to the present time 13,4'Jl.OO
Showing that from tho lilst day March,
1871, tho sales of time and rock have in
creased four thousand thrso hucdrod
and ninety-two dollars over tho entire
Much of the trade of the company is
witli dealers in New Orlcnns, St. Louis,
nnd Chicago. Cairo does tier full share
toward- consuming the limo burned here,
and will, before many years, of herself,
give them a thriving nnd prolltablo trade.
A grand free concert of siring band
and piano music, and a frco lunch, will be
given at Fred. Illankenburg's " Excelsior
Milonn,'' corner of Anhington avenuo
and Fourteenth street, on Saturday eve
ning, at 7 o'clock, nnd each night there
after until further notice Illankcnburg
invites ids friends and tho public gen
erally. ItEi.iAiiLE anii Sake. Dr. llonry ltoot
and Plant Pills tiro mild and pleasant in
their operation, yet throrough, producing
no nausea or griping. Heing entirely
vegetable, they can bo taken without re
gard to diet or business. They nrouso tho
liver and sccretivo organs into healthy
action, throwing eft" discaso without ex
hausting or'debllitating tho system. Try
them and you will bo satisfied. Price 20
cents a box. Sold by druggists and deal
ers in medicine everywhere. Prepared by
the Grafton Mcdlcino company, St. Louis,
The merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Lelming & Kobler, on tho south side of
Eighth street between AYasliington and
Commercial avenue', opposite Hanny's
dry-joods store, has been open only a few
weeks and already these gontlemo aro ob
taining a fair share of the patronage
of tho public. They nro both practical
men first-class mechanics and aro will
ing to guarantco satisfactory work. They
keep on hand always u full lino or piece
goode, to which they direct tho attention
of all who wish to havo made clothes
that nro worth the money paid for them.
Cleaning and repairing done neatly at
inv tui: Wondkhkui. Japanese
GitKEN Tea Pile Cuke It has never
laueu in tlio most stubborn cases. It
cures by absorption. No pain. No in-
jurloiis substances. $0.00 given for every
muiii'oiii-uicii iiiiiure. sent by mail to
any address on receipt of price ($1.00)
and 20c extra to pay liostaire. Or,lr.r.
must be addressed
William V. Mourns A; Co.,
no i iroprietors lor united States and
IritlMi Provinces, el Fourth Avenuo
iiisourg, i-a. novleod3m.
A member of tho Nuw A'ork com
uiilteo ol seventy passed through tho city
ycsteiday, and was shavod at William Al-
hit's shop, Commercial avenue, near tho
corner of Eighth street. Ho says It was
tiieflinooinosi suavu no ims received for
years. Alba has a now nnd experienced
barber to lunu mm a liulplug mnd ,u,j
can accommodalo all his patrons prompt.
Wanteii to Exciiamik For Improved
tairo pruperiy, mo acre, of good hind
wniiin ono nine ana a Jmlf of Hickman.
Kentucky, with good brick homo and all
4 I .. I 1 I
necess..ry oui ounuings. Tho placo also
has on it ono thousand fruit trees, For
further information apply to
Jas. Malloiiv, Steamboat Agent.
Wit, l'lttl'E'H UOl.MKN .MeIIIOAL DlS
tiivi-.iit will not raise tho dead, but it will
, btiu lll and euro tho living For all sovero
Coughs, Throat nnd Uronchlnl diseases it
lias never been equaled. f,89,
Tiiin.iitr KvrMMu, November lc, 1F71.
The market has been tolerably active
since last review. Transactions in Grain
aro limited, owing to light receipts, tho
supply falling short or tho demand.
The weathor is clear and cool.
FLOUlt -(inlet. There is a fiilr do
nintid for medium and low grades. The
stock or choice -rades is dull and nccumu
allng, with no demand. Sales were
"r-0 bbls. Uhl'a Triumph f C CO
200 bbls. Vuriqus Grades $5 60 a 7 70
1 car No. li Spring $1 28
COltN AVhltc is worth, to-day, about
COc per bushel. On track, mixed, It would
hrlng nbout -10c, but thuro is little
or no demand. Thero is u small stock on
tho market and no sales reported.
OATS. There Is a good demand for
Oats nnd prices itro.flrrn as quoted. Salci
1 car, Galena, from store In bulk 3Cc
1! " Mixed, in sacks, del 4UC
II A l. Tito market is moro acllvo
than nt our last report, but prices have
not advanced. The supply is good. Sales
cars, ttel Top, del (18 00
" from store.
" Mixed, del
" Choice Mixcd.Mel.
$20 00a 21 00
I'rimo " " ... lo 00
" Timoltiv.del 21 00
2 " Cholco " " 22J00
IIUTTE I!. Strictly cholco contlnuos in
good demand. Sales wcro
6 pkgs, ltoll, Choice 25c
12 tubs, " 25c
EGGS-We note an ndvancoof lca2c f- Joz
since last report. Tliejsupply in tho mar
ket is small. Sales were
5 pkgs. Shippers Count 23c a'.2Cc
3 boxc " ' 2Cc
100 do. " " 27c
POULTKY.-Chickens aro.,scarce nnd
tho demand has improved. Turkeys aro
not much inquired for ns yet. Sales
.10 turkeys, each jl 00
2 doz. chicken :! 00
Gcoop Mixed chickens 00a3 &0
MEAL. Is unchanged. Sales were
100 bbls. City Steam Dried 3 00a3 25
POTATOES. There aro few sales and
prices arc unsettled. Sales were
30 bbls $2 70
OS bu i 80c
APPLES. Tlio market is well suppli
ed and quiet. Sales were
150 bbls., choice Michigan on P. T.
$3 50023 70
GAME. Sales were
10 do., quails 1 10(?,1 25
" rabbils , fl 20
SUN DP.IES. 5,000 rcscwed Gunnies,
18Jc; -1,000 2 bushel liurlaps, 18o; 1000
icads Cabbage, small, 3c.
AflKI VEII AMI DEPARTED.
Steamer. Where from. Where lo
Jas. Fisk, jr 1'nducah Paducah.
Illinois Columbus Uolum litis
Mice Memphis... ,.St. Louis.
M. E. Forsvth N.Orleans
i Uhio river.,
passenger steamer Pauline
Carroll will depart to-duy for nil south
Tho Fisk is the regular Paducah packet
leaving at 5 p.m.
ItlVEHS AND TIIEllt CONDITIONS.
The river hero is about on n stand.
Tho Mississippi has fallen moro than n
foot sinco the last decline has begun.
Ouachita river is rising and navigation
will bo good in a fow days.
At Pittsburg the river is 2 feet C inches
At Louisville tho Ohio river is rising
with 4 feet at tho head of the canal.
lted river still continues rising and thcro
is bushels of water thcro now
The Arkansas is fulling yet and tho
chauncl.has become troublesome.
Tho river is fulling slowly nt Cincin
Tho Mississippi I- slowly declining at
WEATH Elt ANII III'SINESS.
Tho weather yesterday was as pleasant
as any ono could want it to bo. Tho sun
shone brightly all day, making the atmos
1 ho levco presented rather a queer ap
pearance, however, business was too brisk
to allow us to report dull.
items op cahqo.
The Forsyth brought up 30 bid pecans,
000 dlmijohns and 50 bbls gunnies.
Iho Uurksvilio camo down with 70 bbsl
whisky, 75 empty barrels, 109 bbls. flour,
lot of furniture, and her cabin woll filled
The Fisk had CO bbls. flour, 30 nest's box-
es, 1 1 bbls. brandy, 0 bales cotton. 84 bbla.
potatoes, 0 bdls. wagon material.
MISCKLLANKOL'S AND OENEHAL NEWS.
Tho Julia found tho Louisville hard
aground at No. 20, and lightened her olT
and took her above tho bar, whon sho tried
it again, and supposo sho was successful.
Tho Maysvlllo Is a very snto.lI bout; sho
is going south to run on one of tho little
Tho lieu and .Mohawk exchange trips
hero, tlio former returning to St. Louis and
tho latter to Now Orleans.
Tho Forsyth has laid up for a fow days
rest, when sho will loavo here for New
Tho small job boat Mattio struck a snag
at Striker's landing, and sunk over her
main deck. Sho cannot bo raised.
lliriuu Hill was diving for iron between
Phillips' wharlb-jiit and tho bank yester
day, and attracted a largo number of spec
tators, Ho was successful, as hu always is
in his undertakings,
Captain Dors Smcdly has returned to
the town of Paducah. Ho was at Cin
cinnati closing the lalo of the steamer
Tho Anna Is on thu Eureka docks bu
ing repaired, llnyden Lyons has taken
ehargo of thu local columns of(tho St. Louis
Jwnuii ol commurco and Stanlv Kvlatid
has takon chargo of tho river department'
Tho Flirt Is loading nt St. Louis for
Atchafalaya rlvor. Tho storn wheeler
Illinois will load for Ouachita I n n few
Cnplaln Moso Hlllurd camo near losing
his cyo a fow days since, by coming in
conlnct with a rorraetory horse's head.
Tho submarina No. l.'l is on tho docks at
St. Louis receiving repairs.
The now staamcr John F. Tollo will bo
commanded by Cpl. Goo. D. Mooro, Into
of tho Mollio Mooro.
J. N. Sllvcrthorn has been elected pres
ident of tlio boatmen's association at
Tho propollor Pioneer was sunk a fow
days ngo, tlirco miles below Jobnsonvlllo,
on the Tcnncssoo river.
Twelve thousand dollars was offered nt
Memphis for tho Mary Mlllor, by parties
who wanted her for Arkansas river; but
captain Paul wanted them to go two thou
Clly National tlniik Itnlldlur.
-3peclal attention paid to order. Irom steam-
boat nlrht or ilar."n
Mnuilny ami TnciMlny I'.vrnlna-i, j(u
ti-mlier '.'Nt nml S-NI, 1H7I.
At the solicit itlon of numerous C.lro frieml, I
hare iletriuineil n prenentlnn them and the
tillbllC crlir!lr. an enlerfalnttifnt nr u vrl.l
order, coinrrl.iiiKHketclin f Iiiarnn, lltiileMiue.
comedy acil 1-arce, lnterred with tnnle,
.""J uancr, minim
GEMS OF EKIN,
and In the penortntoce of which I .lull be a.
Mm. Willliitii i'nrlelon.
1 re.peftfudr sulieit the patronage ul the eitr
tni!, and promlo them falilifuily to Eire .nen
joynule erenlng to one ami all
HrnipbU, VlekiibiirB mill .eN Orlrnnaj,
The tnammotii nnd fine pa.senger atenrner,
Ill learo Cairo. Hundar. 19lh in.t.. at 10 r.'cltvL-
a. m , for the above porta. Kor freight or pa.g'
IT1 UI1 wis unu
jas. iiiiius, fas.enger Agent.
Ma) be found at Heed A llunn'i from Una fur
wan. Anjr work In the
will recelrc prompt attention.
and a general black. inlltilug bil'iues. carried on
into nun u trial. novieu.
IWrRRI SlTs AVi JsGS
(iiurlerol .Slnri-li 11, 1SI10.
NATIONAL HANK, CAIHO
A. II. HAKKdltD, President i
H. S. TAM.OIl, Vlc.-1'rraliieiit;
V. II YeLOl', Secretary and Trea.urer.J
P. W. Iltiiri.AT,
K. M.hT'X KILI.III,
I'll i. (1. biiit'ii.
It. JI. Cl-SMMillAM,
W. I'. llAUItlAY,
J. M. Pllllllli
ltCiollH of nny Amount Iterrlsrsl Irons
iru a ems . inrti.
INTKKKST paid on depuaita at the rate ot all
JL percent, per annum, iiircn isianu rwpieui
ber 1st. lnti rct nut withdrawn 1. rddeil Imme
il lately lo the principal of the deposit., thereby
giving tnetn cuuipoiiua inieresi.
MAIlltlED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
.o tii it so oar run can draw it.
Open every buine.a day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Saturday eenuiK lor HA VIM. HKI'O-SITa
only, rrmn 6 to a o ciock.
au-.taf W. llr.3I.Ol', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. I'. IIALLIDAY, Pre.ident
A. H. HAK1-OH1), Caahleri
WAI.TKR JIYHI.OP, Assistant Cashier.'
SrASTsTAtion, itoornr II.Cvnmnoiuh
SkoTT WlllTI, W. I'. IIALLIHAI,
Geo. II. Wll I iawson, Htki'iib.v Hum
A. II. .Samouii.
KxcIiiiiikp, t'olu bihI liillesl Nlnlca
lloml Ilnniglil nnd Hold.
F.POSITa recclvod, and
a general bankiiiK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL lltntl), President;
ItOHIIHT W. MII.LKK, Vico-Piosldent
C. N. IIINIIIIW, 1,'nshli-r.
COLLKCTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCIIANOK, coin, bunk notea and Ualte-4
Stiilc.H sccurltlns bought and aold.
Inlcict Allowed nu Tlinonrpoallsj.
COMMISSION AMI I OUWA 11 111. NO.
' WOOD ltlTTEN HOUSE,
General Coinmission Merclumt
133 01110 LEV HI'',
, Cairo, Illinois.
J. M. l'HILLII'S k CO..
(Huceesaora to 1 II. Ilcndrick. A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
CAJht. .. J,.
tfe2fc liberal Advance, rnr 'luonrw
stsr. Consignments, 5ys
Are prepared to receive, .tore am i.nnrJ
frclK'ita to all .olnl. and buy a.u
sell on commission.
arilusiness attended to promptlr,
H. M. HULKN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commcrcial-ave.,
MILLKH & 1'AHKKIt,
DKALKKS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS or FAIP.IIANK'S SCALES
t8 Ohio Lkvee, CAIHO, ILLS.
Z. D. MATHUSS. K. c. UUL.
MATIIUSS & UHL,
AND (J i:KUA I.
Comm ission Merchants,
II Y A VI) WP.STKHV VTlODITflK
.No. oi oiiio i.i:vi:i:,
CLOSK k VINCENT.
( X It A I i (.( ).M M I SS ( )
DEALEES I IT LXjVCE
Cement, Plasteii Taris,
PL ASTEIIEK'S HAIR,
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Succe.aor to Parker ft Phi'.lia,)
FORAY A RDI NG M KUCHA NT,
TlF.AIiV.H TV HAV (!OHV OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran,
f'n n TENT .ST. AVIl (111(1 I.KVK
STRATTON k BIRD,
(Successors tofitratton, Hudson i Clark.)
facturers acenta for cotton yarn. JyT'H
F. S. MURRAY,
fiAPJ i rVITi RTT7 A f TeTrl 1 K
HAS REMOVED FROM PKItnY HOUBK
nil k Mil I 1.1)1 Nil DM SKVKNTU O
OITOSITK WINTER'S I1LOCK,
XX now on naim nu kind, or
n. ... ,
SPVnVVTU ll.AT.l. I.KlllTfl.
OLOllES, SHADES, ETC.
patronage or me puiuic.
ivrr h..n,.n.ii.l ll,.r.,.ll Cl.....n. ...
VV .r nn . I,. . II. ,L j..
patch at rttlueal rata, as lollow. i
.U.,,nl,,.ll, I ...li.l t I ....
including nve days' aiorace, S4'o per bushel.
. ... .. J.A Ki Bl'CKl.NOIIAM.
Cairo, VI, NOT. e, 171. noiK-Siit,