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THE BULLETIN.
e. BalUtla alMtMt
Cam. on HI urn A Amton for anything
in the clothing or dry goodi lino.
HiNCibogavo up tho pencil, Capt. Billy
Wllllatnt bai become a modest man'.
Ladie, mIc to fee Mr. 8 wander's now
crinoline tklrt and buttle combined.
9-24dtf
Fruii oytteri received dally and for
ale by the whole or half can at Fhll
Saup't. 10-2Jtf.
Ma. JosKrii Smith, the furniture dealer
It moving into new quarters, one door
wait ol the Now York itoro on Corumcr
cial avenue.
Hon. Jno. M. Crkbs arrived at the St
Charles yesterday and addreucd tho Oreo
ley and Brown demonstration at Mound
City in tbe evening.
A Lol'isvii.lk lover with a balr lip ad
dresses hit lady lovo at a "big feotheart.'
He probably could do no better if hit ut
tcrance wa perfect.
Locisvillk and St. Lou It newtpapcr
have certainly "made both endt meet"
or tbey would not bo to badly troubled
with feet on tho brain.
H0TUXH8, oxamino Mn. Swandor't un
derwear for infantt. You will bo do
lighted. 0-24dtf
Till lait lection of tho flg -staff in the
custom-house yard, wat put up yesterday
afternoon, and tho flag wat run up for the
first lime, at suniet.
Don't forgot tho Oreoloy and Brown
meeting at tho court bouse to-night. Lot
every member be present with all hit
friends and relatives.
Billy Rom, a boiler maker in tho es
tablishment of Sxith, Torronce & Co.,
died night before last of consumption, and
will bo buried to-day.
Col. W. 11. Sharp, of Porry, tho Gree
ley and Brown elector in tbitdittrtct, will
addrett tbo Ureoloy and Brown club to
night at tho court house.
Tux little tow boat, Belle Gilbert, it off
tlio docks, and looks very pretty. But it
will take tier a long time to go to St. Paul
agaiust tbe stubborn current of tbo Mis
sissippi. No business of public interest was trans
acted at tho courthouse yesterday. Tbe
trial of BooKer, tho confederate of Jen
kins, is to take place in Pulaski county.
Da. N. R. Casev, of Mound City, was
in town yesterday, and seemed to feel bur1
over the fact that he could not bo allowed
to attend tbe barbecue three milet in the
country.
Mr. Ikb Walder plain I. "VValder
returned from tbo East yesterday, whither
he bat been purchasing goods for the fall
and winter trade of Cairo. He is looking
much improved in health.
Only two caset of plain, unassuming
drunkenness came up before the police
court yesterday, which were peremptorily
turned over to McHale for a limited pe
riod. The moralt of the city are improv
ing. -
Amy partiet wishing their cards in.
terted in the pamphlet premium list of
the Mississippi county first annual fair, to
be held at Charleston, .Missouri, will
please tend them to thU office immedi
ately.
HisD, business mannrw of the
'Mittouri Democrat,' wat in the city last
evening and returned to St. Louis thin
moraine;. Mr. Hand expressed surprise
a; tbe rapid growth and apparent pros
parity of our city.
Oon placet of butinast will be closod
Thurtday and Friday, 8d and 4th, the
Jowith Now Year. J. Bikoib,
M. H. Levey.
WANTED.
A girl to do genoral houto work in a
mall family. Apply at No. 32, Tonth
ttreot, or at Bulletin office.
tf. E. A. Burnett,
W ATM-proof St. Louit Lager boer at
tho Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy itormt and dampness, and never
nave occasion to pay a doctor bill.
9-dlm.
Al. Htmu'a canary died last night. Ho
tays iti funeral will take piaco when its
friends arrlvo from tho South. Ho don't
mitt it at much at he would have dono
tometl-Je ago, when he had nary bird but
nit canary bird.
Mr. Lucius W. Miller of Now Or
loam, who it cngagod in thipplng Walnut
logt to Europe, it in tbo city and will
make Cairo hit headquarters during tho
coming winter. He it drawing bit tun
ply of timber at prctont, principally from
round about Bird' tlough. Mr. Miller
rathor likes Cairo.
A very largo and bright meteor tbot lo-
wardt tbe earth from tho oatt, and disap
pearcd in tho rivor or beyond it, in the dl
rection of Greenfield! landing. During
lU pattage, which wat littlo moro than.'nn
instant of timo, tho street wero lit up at
with gat, And pooplo ran out of their houses
to ascertain tho causo of tbo tuddon ilium
ination.
There it now a tplondld opportunity
to visit St. Louit during tho fair, cheap for
cath. Tho Memphis packets toll tickett
to the fair and roturn for $3.28 tbo round
trip, good till Octobor 20th. A party of
adiet and gentlemen it to be organized
to start Sunday evening next, and a Jolly,
good timo may bo 01 pec tod. Sco Sol Sil
ver, tho agent, for further particulars.
Mr. LineoaR it boastful of his speech
made last Friday night. It wat, ho tays,
tho effort of hit lifo tho crowning glory
of hit oratory. It wat long ; it wat ox-
hauttivo of the tubjectt ditcusted and tbo
audience; it wat a bundle of sophitlry
impregnated with falsehood ; and it wat,
in fact, tbo best Radical tpoech mado in
Cairo tills campaign.
Mr. Frank Uaofela has opened a meat
market on Washington avenuo next door
to Tannor's grocory storo, between Tenth
and Eleventh ttroett, to which ho invites
tho attention of tho public. Tho best of
moats of all kindt kept constantly on hand
and delivered to any part of tbo citv.
Market open morning and evening every
day. 10-1-tf.
Blankknduro ahead I Winet and Ci
gars I oldett and choicott, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, oppotito the Pott Office-
Finest of Liquors, Free Lunches and mu
sic every day. The ereat Liberal and
Democratic,Greelyd; Brown drinke Weis
Beer, it made a specialty, and Fredpridet
himself upon keeping the frethett and
coolest in the ctiy. Lemonades the cold
est, mixed drinks and music the flnett
Go there. 6-27tf
The event of tho season was the mar
riage of Mist Annio Uurd and Mr. E.
Fallis latt night, at tbe residence of tho
bride's parents. Tho affair was a very
brilliant one. Tbo elite of tbo city was in
attendance at the marriage ceremony.
A Foo came down over river and town
at 1 o'clock yetterday morning, so dente
that the lamp lights in tbe ttreett could
sot be teen a distance of ten stops, and
from tbe loveo tbe wharfboatt wero en
tirely obtcured from view.
Ir you with to inauigo In a deliciout
cigar, patronise P.Saup, Commercial ave
nue. If you with good chowing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco poucbot, etc.,
go to P. Saup't popular Tobacco and
Cigar store.
Ik you want Fine Teat or Coffeet, Spice
or canned Fruits, choice fresh Butter, or
the very best Flour, go to T. W. Carrico't
grocery ttore on Watbington avenue be
tween Eighth and Ninth ttreett.
9-3-lm.
Mr. Dodbon, of tho J. J. Abort, .called
on ut yetterday. Ho Informed ut that the
Abort took two gun carriages out of tho
bull of the Black Hawk, and blew several
barrelt of coal oil to pieces. Tho work of
removal it not yet finished.
Mr. H. 0. Loflin made a flying visit to
Ullin and vicinty yesterday. In the
woods near that place he saw several wild
deer, turkeys, and any number ol squlr
rels, which cautad him to with heartily
that be had taken gun with him.
For Rent, a two story Business house,
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth street!. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Boarding house.
Apply to John Ueoaktv, No. 80, Ohio
Lovee. 10-1-dtf.
Tub colored people wore very much
enthused yetterday and marched after the
band, which played tbat tamo old tune, as
though the fate of natlont hung upon
very step. Linegar, Munn, Bird, and
Pope addressed tbe barbecue.
Tm coroner it almost disconsolate. He
bat not been called to officiate over a body
for ny dayi, and complaint that people
U becoming too careful when patting
ovar the wbarfboats, barges and steam
ktwts, at our wbarvet, and don't drown
WMthatMat.
Locu Blattxai:, whom everybody
knows, and who is tho friend of every
body, is now fully installed in his now
quarters, on Eighth street, betwoon Com
mercial and "Wmhington avenues. Ho of
fers to tho public the host St. Louis boor
tho choicest brands of wine and tho purest
liquors to be found in the city, and hopes
that those, civil treatment and a cordial
recaption, will iniuro to him a generous
tlinro of public natronafp. Comn and
sob Louit 111 hit new home. Ho hua a wal
wmi) for uvorybody, and for you, reartar
a cordial ohm. t
Pock hnnitnomo brick hau.-t.ta ar ta h
built immiiut.il7 in tan trianralar piece
of s;r6ur..i fo?sr.i by Washington avenae
and Poplar and Eleventh streets. Tbey
are to be two stories above tbe sidewalk ;
with front seventy-five feet upon
Washington avenue, flfty-two feet upon
Eleventh ttreet, teventy-five feet upon
Poplar ttreet, and will bo thirty foot across
tho rear. Mr. Wilcox, of Villa Rldgo, it
having them built, but tho contractt for
building, etc., havo notyot been let.
Mrs. McGek, on Eighth ttreot. hat iust
brought on a largo and elegant stock of
fall and wintor mlllinory, and dosiros to
call special attontion to hor handsomu col
lection of hats, bonnets and flowors. Tho
latter are among tho flnott ever oponod in
tho city, and aro markod at very low
prices. .Vrs. McQoo has also a beautiful
assortment ot ribbons, lacet and trimming
of all kinds, collars, undorsloovet, notiont,
etc., etc., all of tho nowost fashions and all
to bo told tor a moro trifle above cott.
10-ldtf
FOR SALE.
One Toam Mules, alto ono Team work
horses, Cheap for Cash only.
10-1-dlw. Husk, Looms, & Co.
BOARDING.
Accommodatlont for a gentloman and
lady and a few day boardert may bo had
by inquiring at The Bulletin. Rcrer
encet given and required. sept27tf
FLOWERS I FLOWERS I
Selected strong flowering Hyacinth
bulbs, well adopted for glasses or bodding
purposes at Jockol's Saloon, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue. Bulbs to
be put up now in glu,eo. or potli wll,
bloom at Christmas. U-O-dlm.
ESTRAY NOTICE.
Takon up by the lubscrlbor on tho road
between Cairo and Mound City, a brown
maro raulo, no marks. Tho owner can
havo tbe same by proving property and
paying chat-get. John M. Ckowell.
10-l-3t
I. O. 0. F.
Tho next regular meeting of the lodge
(Oct. 3d) will open at 7 o'clock sAorp.
Tho "Degree of Robeka" will be conferod
at 8 o'clock. Tbe ball will be opened for
the ute of members and their familiet
with invited guests, t 8 o'clock, in cele!
bratlon of tbe anniversary of the lodge.
By order of the lodge, 10-1-at
RIVER NEWS.
arrived.
Steamer St. Luke, Memphit.
" Colorado, Vlcktburg.
" Clipper, Grand Tower.
" Jamct K. Rankin, Louisville.
" Atlantic. St. Louit.
" Jim Fittr. Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
departed.
Steamor St. Luko, St. Louit.
" Colorado, St Louit.
" Jamet E. Rankin, Louitvillo.
" Tyrone, Cope Glrardoau.
" Bottle Gilbert, St. Louit.
" Jim. Fitk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
mo MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any timo, both
day and night, with elthor lump orchost-
nui coal, in any quantity, and on utual
terms, at tbo yard at Grand Towor. Hit
Special contract! offered on fnvorablo
terms upon application.
H. V. Olypuant,
D. A. Bokee, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent 3-lS-ly.
110AT8 TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho olecant Citv of Vicksburir it tho
" - o
regular Anchor lino packot for Vlcktburg
and way .landings this ovening at tix
o'clock. Tho Ono packot St. Joseph will
leavo forSt. Louis and all way landlngf this
ovonlng at tix o'clock. Tho Jim Fisk is
tho regular daily packot for Paducah and
all way landings, leaving at 4 o'clock
p. m. Tho regular Evantvillo packet
leavet for tho abovo and all way land
ing! on the way thit ovonlng nt 4J o'clock.
CONDITION OK THE RIVERS.
Hero tho Ohio it fulllni' strain. Tlin
total rise wat about flftoon Inchot. Tboro
it but 3 foot from Louitvillo out. At
Louisville and Cincinnati tho Ohio it
ttoadily falling.
The Mississippi Is still declining with
GJ foet in tho channel.
IIU8INESS AND WEATHER.
Business wat auiot on thn atnamlmiit
landings during tho day. Froights aro
not In abundanco.
Tho weather was clear and pleasant.
MISCELLANEOUS.
A donto fog ovorhune tho river nicht
beforo last detaining tho packott. Tho
Jamct Rankin with a bargo in tow
brought in a fair roshlnpinc trio. She
wat aground all Sunday nlghtnt Shawnoe-
lown. aho was dotainod a toccthor bv
grounding, forty hours.
Tho Bettio Gilbort'a ropalrt woro iln-
ished yesterday. Hor owners havo tho
contract for dredging Wabash river
and the goes abovo St. Louis for a
dredgo boat to bo used to fulfil
the contract. Sho will bo back in a few
days onrouto to Wabash river.
'ino crow of tho Abert think thev will
get through with tbo Black Hawk some
nmo next week.
The St. Luke and Colorado wero both
light.
The transit steamer Illinois missed hnr
trip yesterday morning on account ot the
fog.
Mr. Dodson, clerk of tho Abort, came
down yesterday after powder, to bo used
in mowing the mack Hawk up.
A large lot ef wagons are on the lvn
awaiting shipment.
The amount of coal sunk, bv a recent
storm, at Pumpkin Patch is 45,000 bush. It
belonged to Brown, Blackmore and Wat
son of Pittsburg. The Anchor lino packet
Julia narrowly escaped a heavy tornado
on hur downward trip, while a few miles
aoova Jlemphis. The Clipper left for
Cunnelton with
barges. Tho Atlantic adds one freighted
barza hore. Mr. Canelv engineer of the I
Vickiburg elevator was a passenger on i
the Colorado enroute to St. Louis. The
Atlantic had to double trip it through '
Bird's bend.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1872,
brought 47c j I car Whito In bulk, brought
48c, on tho track and 0 cart Yollow sold nt
49o tackod and delivered.
OATS. A largo stock it accumulating,
and tho market it a littlo weak and dul'
to-day. Tno.dccllno at Now Orleans has
causod a slight depression hore, nnd thoy
aro hard to toll nt 32c. in tacks. Sulos
tlnco last roviow Includo 32 cars and 600
sackt, at follows: 8 cart in tacks dol. told
at 33o. j 0 cars In sacks on ordors, at 34c. i
1 enr cholco Whito, In tacks, dol. nt 3Gc. j
2 cars cholco mixed, dol. In sacks at 320
34c. j 6 CBrs In bulk on track, at 27c.
12 cart In bulk on track at 27Jc. and 600
..nl. .1 f, (1
an.o vju uiuur lit OdC.
MEAL. Dull. No soles in tho genoral
markot. 100 bbls City Mills stoam dried,
"Evening Star," sold nt $2 CO.
BRAN. Improving. Denmnd hotter
and prices aro n shade higher. 100 sucks
dol brought $10 00 ton. 2 cars sold in
sacks del, at $10 00.
BUTTER. Cholco is In nctivo demand
at good prices. Common plonty and dull.
16 tubs cholco sold nt 24c : 10 tubs good nt
20c: 12 pails cholco frush brought 25c: C
packnges choico, 25c: and 4 packages
"Gilt Edged" brought 27c.
EGGS. Domand faroxeceds tho supply.
Wo note salos of 600 dozen nt 2022c, and
1000 doz at 22c.
OHICKENSPlonty nnd qulot. 10
dozon largo young sold nt 2 00 ; 10
dozen mixod young and old $2 50 to 3 00;
16 dozon cholco young ut 2 60 and 7 doz
en old at 3 60.
POTATOES. Quiet. 100 bbls sold at
2 25.
ONIONS.-Very little doing. 100 bbls
sold at 2 25.
FHUIT. Qulot nnd oasy. 100 boxos
grapes sold at 15 to 20 cts; 100 boxes do
ut 4 and 5 cts por pound. 60 bbls apples,
as in quality at 2 00 to I 00 and 30 bbls
ordinary at 2 25 to 2 75.
JOUUINO PRICKS.
PLASTERING HAIR.-35c bushel.
LIME. In lots at $1 25 to 1 60 V bbl.
CEMENT. At wholosalo $2 00
QO-J 'Zb V bbl.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
STOP AND READ!
WHEAT. Tho
by tho City Mills, nro, No. 1 White,
SI 65; No. 2 White, $1 60; No. 1 Red,
$1 45;No.2Rcd, $1 40; Mediterranean,
$1 25. Damp or tough wheat is unsuita
ble. SACKS. Rcsowed Gunnies 18J19J
Corn Burlaps, 2 Bus. Ea, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 Bushel, 21 cts. Oats
Burlap, 6 Bushol 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bogs, 35 to 38 cts uhcIi.
PROVISIONS. Sugar Cured Hams
ennvassed, $ lb. 17 to 18c. Shoulders
Bacon 8Jc ; Cloar Sides Bacon, 1212Jc;
Breakfust Bacon, U16c.
LAltD Itellncd, In tierces i rb, 10Jllc.j
tkas imperial,
Gunpow
ilnr. TMJil fliilnm. II'..,. .1- r:rr. i ia.
doling liVHon, $1 00(3.1 40.
CHEKsE. Now York Factory,
, new.
'0 gallon, C)c$l 00,
10 to l(l)c.
SYiti!isriif,to
Kftw rirlo'iiw Tnuit
bfcKU.S. Millet bushel, &2 00 ; Timothy
?1 00. Red Top $1 75 to 2 00.
COKFKli-Java. OSa:tOe. I.aguayra, 2
Rio. J'rime to Choice, 22 J to 25c.
BROOMS. Common lloui-e f dozen, $1
50 ; Choice to Extra, $3 W&i 75 : .S. li. 4 50
&5 00.
HKESWAX, -e lb 30c.
SOAP. Schaefl'cr's German mottled;
ijc ; Champaign hoap, 7Jc.
TALLOW. V lb 7c.
SUGAR New Orleans. Prime to Choice
m njirjc ; conec A. 13 to 13J ; Crushed
Powdered anbGranulatcd Sugur 15 to 15.
FREIGHT COTTON. Compressed, to
New Iohk, 85c; to Boston $1 ou. Un
compressed, to New York, $1 14; to Bos
ton. $1. '
VltKtrSHT Tfl MPMDIIIC VI... n -
Ha.v, f 6 0 Corn 1 cwt., 15c. ; Oati, l"5c,
ic. ;
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
A place whero you can buy us much for
OUST IE DOLLAR
ui yoiU'iin elsouheiv for
ONK JJOliLAlt AND A QUAKTKK
Foreign Advertisements.
,T
Household Remedy!
Tho utidortlgned would rupoctfully In
form tho public that thoy have fitted their
now storo house on Eighth street with tho
finest and best assorted slock of '
gonoral morchandiso over boforo brought
to this innrkot, und in ordor
to socuro a largo portion of tho patronage
of tho public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
FIGURES THAN
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock It entirely now, und
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
wintor trado of this locality, nnd consists
of Ladiot, Gontt and Children's
DiaY GOODS,
BOOTS &c SHOES,
CLOTIEIZICTa-,
HATS & CA.1FS.
And all other articles to bo found In n
first class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. Wo call especial ettention to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls nnd
cloaks, which dopartmont is complete in
all its details. Our stock of
FLANNELS,
BLANKETS,
CASSAMERES,
JEANS, ETC.
is tho largest in tho city, and wo aro en
abled to offer special inducements to purchasers.
In Gentlcincns' Clothing, Boots nnd
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo uro fullv nrcnarud to mnot nil ilo.
mauds nt;prices defying competition. As
it is to tho interest of every ono to buy
whoro cood? are choaiie.it nml Imtt
wo cordially invito tbo public
to cull and oxamino our stock beforo pur
chasing elsewhere.
Our establishment is located on th
el.lrAf n..l.l1.cl. a H- i f .
iU.w j..,iihi .-ncut, uuiweuu usiiingion
Blum & Amson
LtttttVkkBtt1ttVB!t&&!tfttH
As in Invlsrorator, Liver Corrector
mid Ittood Renovator Is superior to all tbe
IHttcra. Elixirs. Cordials nnd Hstraiu
piirlllna In u. It Is to diptd to th who!
jitm that ererjr organ and function In the Lodjr Is
brought undr Its txhllantlnf Inflaanc. It gl?M
tone nnd trcntrtti to the dlgratlvo np
tinrntaa. dlipela lansrnor nnd debility,
In vlporntr tho Liver, rctralntea tho
Hlilncya nnd Bowel, remoTei tba effect of
oicots or orertaxatlon of any kind and gives vi
tality nnd richnea to the blood.
Its cnratlre powers alter and compNleljf reorgan
ize the entire mate of fluids and area the aollila of
the lititrnn ejilem, ttierely prerentlng and curing
Dj-nprntio nnd Conaumptlve Njrmp.
toini. Fever nnd Avne, Bllloua Dlaeaav.
, I'pvrra of nil kluda.Nervoua Debit.
It-, AtTcctlonM of the Htomnch nnd
Itimele. etc. At a mild and delightful Inilgo-
aut fur delicate femalee, It ha no superior.
11 Iti uae new life and Tlgorje gUen to Loth tod
and mind, sending a glow of vitality through ever
part, which li permanent nnd laatlnsr.
It It the moit elf.ctaal remedjr for the relief ol
human lufferlng eter dlicotered, and as pleasant to
tU taite u old rje or tine wine,
x WE CHALLENGE x
X S X TECH X & X
x WORLD x
To produce a more delicious medicine to take, yetso
lutent for the prerentlon and cure of dlieuee as
::. ztjzts ?:su'3 t:iii: airs sites rczraj,
I'rlce 1, or 8 Ilottlca for S3.
l'repnred If tbe Grafton Medicine Co., 8T, LOUIS,
Mo. Hold tj Druigtite and dealere lu medlcloei
rTwliere.
rotatoef. $ bbl.,
; Apples 25c. ; I'ork
35. ; WbitKey Wc. ; I.umb-r a M. 7 o-J
Heavv frnlilit M i i?.v
TO NEW OULEAXs. Klour bbl,3Tc ;
Uiskey, ,5c. ; Hay pj ton. in 00 : Corn 'A
4 00 ; Cotton bale, 1 It) ; Lumber VI M.
1A fart 1f.-.. -.I.-l. k . ..
S3.Q0 PER DAY
saved bv roinr to John Taner's
1 - - - I ay W
tow of ten empty coal j to purcliase saddles and liar-
Title ftdfla fino f re.rY a.A ... ...
ne33, at his saddle store on
Washington avenue. All
PHIL. HOWARD.
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City Nation! Bank Bnlldlnti.
dkHpocial attention paid to orders from aiearn
boats night or dar
MARKET REPORT.
Monday, Sept.. SO, 1872.
"Wo have very littlo change to nolo in
tho general market. Business is improv
ing in all its branches and tho fall trado is
fairly sotting in. Flour especially shows
a marked improvement both in demand
and prices. Corn shows more activity
and thosalob mado nro at higher rates.
Under tho Influonco of a doclino in prices
at New Orleans and a lull stock on tho
markot horo, Oats havo wcakonod and
pricos to-day aro a shade lowor than last
weok. Hay is plonty nnd tho demand is
almost exclusively for choico gradot
of Mixed and Timothy.
Choico Buttor is scarco; "Gilt Edge"
told to-day at high at 27c, hut tho markot
for choice fresh is nbout 23to2Cc. Ho
sale at all for common.
Provisions continuo very scarco and
firm. Tboro is nothing doing outsido of
tho jobbing trado.
Freights aro firm and unchanged.
J0Correspondents should boar In
mind tbat our quotations reprotont pricos
for round lots from first hands, unless oth
erwise stated, and that in filling small or
ders higher prices must bo pald.f
FLOUR. Market very llrm and do
mand improving. Prices on best grades
will go higher unless there is a dcclino in
choico wheat. Sales in tbe goneral mar
kot havo been '.',030 bbls., of which 400
bbls. various grades told on ordors nt
50 OOtoO 60; COO bblt do, $5 76to9 25;
300 bbls do, $6 25toS) 2fi; 100 bbls Spring
X, $5 CO; 325 bbls Cholco, $8 25; 100
bbls low XXX at $7 SO, and 1C0 bbls va
rious grades at $5 SOtoO 00.
HAY. Cholco Hay is In fair domand
quotations, Common is not wanted.
Wo noto sales of 18 cars slnco last roviow
of which 2 cars Choice Timothy told on
orders at $10 0020 00 del ; 2 cars Choico
Timothy dol. at $19 0019 CO; 12 cars
common to cholco $10 00 to lOOOdol; 1 car
cholco Mixed del at ?18 00, and ono car
Kodtopdel at $16.
CORN. Thoro it a slight Inprovomont
in tho demand and in prices of this cereal
Reports of talet includo 0 cars, of which
4 cars White in sackt told at 62c on or
ders; 1 car Mixed, in tacki delivered.,
kinds of repairing done on
111 a
I sauaies and harness, and car-
rirge painting and trimming
on short notice, in good style
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at No.l in Cairo.
9.2iaim John Taker.
U-You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar: Best
three and onb-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffeo, One Dollar ; Best
Iinporial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half por pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-!! vo Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
6-24-tf.
CLEAR A.N I)
HARMLESS AS WATER,
2r.A.TTA.-rr'.3
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY l'OR TUB
HAIR.
A perfectly clear preparation In one liol
tie, us ea-tly applied ti water, fur re-tiriiir
to gray hair it imtiiral color uud wmtlil'ul
appearance, to eradicate and prevent ilniid
ruir, to promote the crowtli "t tlio lialr ami
Mop ltlallln(iiit. It 1 entirely liannlc,nnd
perfectly free from anv poisonous Mitiitanco
and will, therefore, take the place of all the
dirty ami unpleaunt preparations now, In
tl'e. Numerous tc-tliuouial- liar hcen -cut
its from many of our mnt prominent citi
zen-, in cUTytliliiL' lu nh eh the art t-h
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now in w-c are objectionable, CRYSTAL
1'i.m.uu.iu, is pericci. ii is warrameii
1 ty contain neither fiiiL'ar of I.eail Sulphur or
Mtrate of silver, It doe- not foil the elnthen
or scalp, is agreeably perfiuned, and makes
' one of the be-t dreliiKs for the Hair In use.
, It restores the color of the Hair "more per
fect and uniformly than anv other prepara
tlon," ami always does Min Irom three to
ten da. virtually leedln the roots w ith the
I lionri-hlii!; qualities net arv to It. growth
ami healthy eomlitlim : it rotors the tle-
cayeil ami imltiees a new growth of the
Hair more positively than anythiii!: ele.
I he application of this Wonderful discov
ery al-o produces a plea-ant ami cooling
ellect on the scalp ami gives the Hair a
pleasing and elegant appearance.
Call at wmr druggi-t for it ami take no
other. It he has not got it let hlmonler it
l'rlee $1 per bottle.
ARTIIUI: NATTANS,
Inventor ami I'rnprlctor, Wa-hinglon I),c.
JOHNSTON, IKJI.I.OWAV k t(V.,
... .. General Agents, 1'hlladelphla.
v..INO. F. IIKNHY ami F. C. Win.l.H.vVo.
New ork, and to be had ol Wholi-alo
ilriiggst. everywhere. iwitnf
VOll ONK DAY ONLY.
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.MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Btroot, botwoon "Washington
and Oommorcial Avonuos,
OAIHO, ILL,
U roceltltig dally new Invoices of
MIIjIjXIsriHia'X" IQOODS,
Ol ererj description, and at I'aicis tuUcit the
Time
TUB LATEST STVLBS OF
Sl'KINO AND SUMMEU GOODS,
HON NETS,
1IATS, HIimONS,
TItlMMlNOS,
FKKNOn FLOWERS,
NECKTIES, COLLARS,
UNDER SLEEVES,
LAOES OK ALL KIND
DOLLY VAKDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VAKDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VAKDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
rogothcr with all tho other articles kept
1.1 u First CliisM Sllllhipi-i' Mn, l 'ivi,.
Horo. To ho cold at tho very lowest ilgure.
Call and sco her. No trouhlo to show
goods.
parker & Montague;
Proprietors of the
OLD DELMONICO
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
00 car,U WINTER'S BLOCK.
Wo!i,.
HOW TO
k; is IE ip -wiri:
NEXT WINTER,
UKT THE
E V E H I N G
HEATING STOVES,
THK
G RE ATEST WONDER !
ov
THE
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO niVK X MOWS UNIFOItM AK1) 1-LEA8ANT
HKAT, TO USK LKSH WOOD, AltK MOllE
CAItEFULLY VITTKD, AUK UOHE
EASILY AND CIIXAI'LY MOUNTED,
AKE UNDEK MOUE l'KKFEOT
CONTKOL, HAVE A BTItONQEK
DllAVT,
AND
Give
SHEET
hcttcr satisfaction, and sold for a
Less l'rleo than auy
IRON PARLOR STOVE
In tho market. Sold bv
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
NT. I.OUIN MO.,
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
I.IKK
0. W. HENDERSON,
Caiko Ills.
0-20dw4w
IMMIHHANT TltlKKTH
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, JForBaWFOR SALE,
VOR SALE. J ForBaie I FOR BALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londcndebbt
Faro from Glaboow,
Faro from Qdkknstowk
TO CAIRO, j i i i j : : i 4 82Q
BACKENSTOSEVS
COSMOPOLITAN CIRCUS
A N D
MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE
Will exhibit in this city on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER SECOND
ColtNEIt CKDAIt .V El.KVK.NTII STS.
This eoiiipanj- hasbecii largely migmcntcd
Mnco their last visit to this city, aro now glv
lug far better iierfonmnees than before.
Two iiorfornianecN at 2 and 7 o'clock lun,
ivn niiiance, w cents; children under 10
iniiii.iitu CUIUS,
For further particulars see hinall bills mul
posters,
, v, y "' KLXn Geu' Director.
' J1YKUH, Agent.
dstlord, Uorrit A Oa
Rtntt,
LIME ! CEMENT !
JAMES ROSS,
DIALEa IN
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLINU.
LIME!
Comineroial-av., Foot of Eleventh-st.
Bott quality of Llmo and Cement al
wayt on hand, and for talo at tba
very loweit tig u ret for cath,
Our Homo Advertisers.
DRfUS.
IDTJO Stobe.
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
Our new
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
JDTiiTJO- STORE.
in -
BUDEE'S BLOCK
Cor. Wnahliigton Av. nnd Eighth nt, ,
Is now
re1 ir ii i, -sr opbited.
Wbcro we will keep
A C O 31 P L E T E S T O O K
-OK-
PAMILY MEDICINES,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
FINK l'EKFU.MEItY,
I1KU.SIIRS,
COM 113
KICK-HOOM AND NUIUKKT Al'1'1,1 ANCKH, A
ICS C O Ij 3D :
Our I'uro SI'AKKLINU SODA WATER
AND
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excelletl . W also draw tho
GENUINE SARATOGA
and
B Ii U E LIU K W A T E It S
Also, a choice lot of Clgarx, ol extra qual
ity, wild at reasonable prices. Our
PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Will receive especial attention ami caie.
being at all hours In charge of compete!. t
and car.: rill parties. Prescriptions carclullv
compounded at all hours day or night.
NONE IICT THE l'UREST AND I1ES1'
M EDICINMS DLSI'ENSKD.
NTOV1M. TI.VWABK, t.Tt',
A. U A Ii L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin ami Hollow Wate, Clothes WriDEers Toile
Waru, Cnal Hods, KlraHtioTf l, Air Galas,
MAMVFACTl'aEa Of
TIN ZINC, COPl'RR AND S1IEE1
IRON AVARE.
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
CAino, ILLINOIS.
fRoofinK, Otittenng, and all kinds of Jo
work ilnnnal sliotti-sl notion. lhlillf
UAH FITTKKN.
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
USALIB IN
HAN riXTDIIEN,
Gas Fitter's and Plumber's material, Wood
pumps, ijlobti and angle Talrss, stop
cocks, oheclt Talres, etc.
auo taint roa
TulU Ilrolliera Patent Dry Gaa Meter
ind Morehouse Wells 4 Co's Automatlo Water
Indicator and Supply Valye for steam boilers.
WINTKR'H I1LOCK. COUUKBCIAL-AVKNO
VUUD I WOOD WUUD I
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am t'henii, it n(,t heitier
had uny w ood dealer In Cairo. Lenvo ordor
TMti .'i .1 Sm.erc,Bl uve,,uet hetwecn
.ivi ! "i t,vt'"11' Greets, Ca ro. Illinois. I
glVO good llli'llKllrn ..,i,l ..'in ....., ' .
...v hiiu 1,111 UUIU IUU woou
up if desired.
autciu-tr
DENNIS HALEY.
WILLIAM IIARRELL,
Successor to U.S. Harrcll.
DKAI.KIl IN
FURNITURE, BEDDING
AND
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton's Block 10th street bet. Commer
clal and AVathlngton Avenues.
W-d&wtf0AIR' IUaU'

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