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LOCALS OF THE WEEK.
Our friends in all the neigh
boring towns arc earnestly
requested to como as organ
ized Greeley and Brown clubs.
The fare on the railroad
and packets will bo reduced to
one-half. We intend to have
a grand rally on the 19th.
Wood for $1 00 per loid at tbo Box
Factory. 10-Vo o d-3m.
Jxo. T. Rkxxie for the city demolished
the old circtia building on the lot next to
hli ihop, yesterday.
AKOTnin strong wind yesterday msdo
pedestrian! m disagreeable and gavo many
one a "bad cold."
Iowa peach blow potatoes at Wiley &
Capt. Ous Dumoi'chet arrived from
Xvaniville last evening, and reportod bus
iness dead at that city.
Mr. John S. Garland, tho Cairo ticket
gent of other years, it in the city on a
short riiit looking up old friondi.
Read tbo advertisement of Messrs. Cun
nlgham & Cron in anotnor column, uc
cettor to Lonergan & Cunningham.
Frksii oysters received dally and for
tale by the whole or half can at Phil
"Wr have for tale, a few bound volume
of the Cairo Prick Currikt for October 1
1871, to October 1, 1872. Enquire at tho
Bulletin office. 10-l2d2t
Capt. Frank Beoard arrived last
evening from St. Louis with a large sup
ply or dualine with which he proposes to
make a big hole where Bacon rock now
Gen. Suit. Mitchel, Ocn. Freight
Agent Tucker, and our gentlomanly
agent Col. James Johnson, all of tho
Illinois Central road, paid a visit to
Tax Bismarck Bund hava changed the
place and tima of their proposed ball to
Scheels ball on the 28th of October as
announced yesterday. Tbo ball will be a
grand success so far as tho management
is concerned, and wo hope
tho citizens may, by patronage,
mako It a success financially. Eisenburg's
string band will bo on hand to discourse
sweet music for the dancers.
The dust sent whirling in all direc
tions, up, down, crossways and back again
by the wind yesterday was enough to
dnvo ono crazy. Tbo ears mouths and
noses of our citizens wero filled up with it
in the early part of the day, and during
tbo afternoon conversations wero carried
on by making signs with the hands and
feet, after tho manner of the deaf and
The Coterie proposes to givo a mag
nificent supper, at the first of their series
of winter parties, next Friday evening,
which will be no additional expense to the
holders of season tickets.
Block stamping done at the Grover
A Baker sewing machine rooms, Wash
ington avenue. Postoffice address,
H. F. Goodyear,
10-12-lm. box 600, Cairo, Ills.
Ir you wish to inautge in a delicious
cigar, patronize P. Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Cigar store. tf
Pom Rent, a two-story businoss bouse,
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth street. It is wel.
adapted for Saloon and Boarding houso
Apply to Joux IIeoarty, No. 89, Ohio
Don't forget the supper ol tho Lutheran
ladies at Peter Cuhl's commission room
on Unlo levee, to-morrow evening. It is
for the benefit of the German Emanuel's
church a worthy object and should be
Maj. L. J. Flemmixo, superintendent
of the Mobile and Ohio railroad, Mr. A.
Mitchel, superintendent of tho U.inois
Csntra'. railroad, Mr. Jo. P. Lucker, gen
ral freight agent, and Mr. E. P. Burling,
ban, were among tho arrivals yesterday.
Mr. Lacker went to St. Louis last night.
Mr. Jxo. Hatkle, proprietor of the
Central Meat Market located on "Washing,
ton avenue 4fn door below Tenth street
Kswps the very best of meat always on
hand, and will deliver It In anv auantltv
from one to one thousand pounds at any
urn, w My pari oi tneclty free orcbarge.
Next to the Ice wagon, which will per
sist in making its round, although every
body know that the wict.- toa is al
most npon bj, the coolcul ttitg v awiced
yesterday was a big wagoa lcd ct water,
melon brought to the city by a Grant
negro from tome Republican precinct op
tbo road. Wo have bad bymptomi of ague
Our (rlend Soase. who had cbaree of
tho cuitom-houso in this city, in tho latter
stages ol its construction, performed bis
work 80 nearly to tho satisfaction of tho
department at Washington, as to have
won tuoir admiration and favor to a re
markable degree, as wo Judgo from the
fact that tho department has given
tho construction of the post-office in the
St. Paul building, which is much like
ours, into bis hands. Mr. Soaso left for
St. Paul yesterday morning to take charge
of the work.
Esquihk Bros administered Justice in
various amounts to tho following persona
for sundry offenses, as follows : Pat Ho-
gan and Savoy Deed for drunkenness;
each two dollars and costs. Paid.
Peter Kuhn and Fred Stanley for
drunkenness, two dollars and cost.
Didn't pay, and so took seven day in the
Ja. Calhayi, drunk, two dollar and
Tho. Carter, a belligerent man of color,
assaulted and struck Mr. Jno. Connors;
fined seventy-eight dollars. Takes eevon-ty-oigbt
day in the calaboose-
Louis Blatteau, whom everybody
know, and who Is tho friend of every
body, Is now fully Installed in his now
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. IIo of
fers to the public tbo best St. Louis bcor
the choicest brand of wino and tbo Durcst
liquors to be found in tbo citr. and hone
that these, civil treatment and a cordial
reception, will lnure to him a renerou
baro of public patronage. Como and
oe Loui in hit now homo. Ho ha a wel
come for everybody, and for you. reader.
a cordial one. tf.
Mrs. Anna Lang. Eichth ttrcat be
tween Commercial and Wathington ave
nue, ha lust received a laree and varied
lock of fall good, and detires to call par
ticular attention to her handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear
something now in this market. Her
woolen drawer and leccin combined are
also something new and the moat comfort.
able thing for children in cold weather
ever devised. Mr. Lang alio ha a wel
elected assortment of hat, bonnet, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all tort, all
of which will bo sold a cheap a can be
tuuuu enewaere in mi market.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1872.
A WOMAN TREATS HER HUSBAND
TO A DOSE OF COLD LEAD.
Mr. C. Hanky ha jiut returned to thl
city with a tock of fall good, which for
quantity, quality, tly9 and cheapness he
t confident has never been equalled in
this city. He will offer an aitortment of
ladles dre goods, handsome prints, mus
llna, notions, '.etc., etc, at extremely low
fgure. Call and examine, and be con
Tax Cairo Silver Cornet band, and one
or two others will U provided for the
Orooley procaulon next Saturday night
wj wo urooiey ciuo oi tbls city, kDd
moral delegation from abroad v,H
Wring music with them. There will there
for bo music in abundance music, too,
that it will bo worth onco while to litten
Ml. UCO. BtUX HOUSE, barber and li.lr
i l arswoof. corner or .e ebtti street mi
snercia! avenue.detires to call the attention
j of tbo boarded community to hi neatly ar-
nN twiooB, ana toe lacunai be is mas
ter of bis profession in all its branches.
Ho bas baardod many a lion in hi den, and
call for more. tf.
j I w W I. II I . .
aurkst oa Washington avenue next door
fio Toaster's grocery store, between Tenth
usvi Eleventh streets, to wblcb bo invite
Mho attoatlon of tho public. Tho best of
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I'mmm n mi uuh oji evuiMuiijruu nana
', 4llfro4 asy start or tbo city.
; .Milfcd f l" xsontlig Mt waning every
Mr. M. B. Harrxll laid on nur table.
yeuerday, a vegetable wonder, in the
bape of a white Brazilian tweet potato,
grown upon the farm of Mr. A. W.
Simon of Dog Tooth. The potato it oval in
snape, 25 1 inches long by
29 inches diameter. and brines
down the scales at nine rxmndt
itrcn and a half ounces I Parties who
have examined it have pronounced it a
wonder in tho vegetable lino ; and now,
n order to learn tountbinc of the aeri.
cultural capabiltie of Egypt, we ask our
cotemporarie If, within their knowledge,
they havo heard of anything to equal It?
Our printer mado us lav In vesterdav's
issue, that that J. J. Abert broke a two
inch chain on Saturday last, in trying to
remove a rock heap in Bird's bend. This
announcement may make pilots open their
eye a little at they are in blissful ignor
anco of the exittanct of any pile of rock
In that locality. Wo correct the state
ment to-day by saying that it was a pile
of logs matted and woven together and
burled in tho sand and mud, which the
Abert tried to remove. River men call
these obstructions " rack heaps," and all
persons who take water in thelr's gener
ally understand what thev mean. On
printers, we regret to state, evidently do
no; oeiongto mat class, although they are
" tiuiiy " boys, all of them.
Let every Liberal Republican in the
city te that he I out with a torch next
Saturday night Plenty of torches have
been provided by tbo committee of ar
rangements, and if anyone is not supplied
on Saturday evening it will be his own
fault. The Grant and Wilt on Procession
tho other evening, by actual count, num
bered two hundred torches, which were
carried by white and colored persons of ill
ages, showing that tho party was out in
wo power or it full strength. Let th
Greoley boy show thco mon what "boing
oui in lorce" mean, on next Saturday
night, by makinc a dim!
uch a was never before exhibited In this
city. Remember ovcry torch counts one.
and out of the ranks It light is missed
Grant people say there it a power in this'
"piav. i.ei u nave the benefit of u.
H. DISTRICT COURT.
We were greatly"7n fault in .aylng
that tbo court adjourned without doine
much business. It i, true that tho term
was a short one, but It was only because of
Judgo Treat', rapid transaction of butl
ness. The docket was larger than usual.
Decrees were entered in omo thirty odd
admiralty cases exceeding in araouut tbo
sum of ten thoutand dollar. Several
other admiralty case wero under advise
ment, in which wore Involved upwards of
ten thousand dollars and somo nlco ques
tlons of law. A number of criminal
cases were alto disposed of. At an ad
mlralty court, tbit court, but recently es
tablished, is rapidly growing Into favor,
at tbero Is no point on the river nr.i.!
such facilities for seising steamboats as
Cairo, wbsro ovory vessel plying upon the
Ohio and Mississippi rivers lands.
WOCHD MOT CONSIDERED DANGEROUS.
Mr. Philip Baugh, a boot and shoe
maker, whoio shop and realdcnce la on
Eight street near the levej. has bcon en-
Joying the pleasures of a tremendous
drunk for more than a week past. In
fact It is aald to bo tho habit
of Philip to tako a little
too much frequently, and whilo under the
influence, certain family mattors, to us
unknown, ha led him to commit such
acts a nre not becoming to a good hus
band. For instance, ono day last week as
a citizen was passing his residence, a largo
looking glatt and tho marble top of a
table came whizzing through tho nir Just
milling tho citizen's head and breaking
to atom t on tho pavoment, pitched out of
tho window by tho handt of the angry
Philip. So with othor articles of furni
ture, and on theto occasions also, his wife
came in for a sharo of abuse, deserved or
undeserved wo know not, but very un
pleasant and at times dangerous. Last
evening one of theto domestic storms raged,
and a Mr. Jamc Mallory was passing
the door Mr. and Mr. Baugh came to tho
door quarrelling. Ho pushed her onto the
pavoment and tho walked into tho street
when her husband pickod up a stick of
stove wood and threw it at her
with great force, missing her head
by very little. Tho billet of wood would
have cauied her death bad it atruck her.
A short timo afterward aho returned to
tho houao and tho trouble wat re
newed, when ono of them, it is not known
which, drow a revolver which
was ditcbarged either by design or
accident, the ball taking effect Just back
of Mr. Baugh'tjleft ear, and ranging up
ward under the ikin. Dr. Gordon cut
out tho ball, dressed tbo wound and
believe that it is not necessarily danger
out. Mrt. Baugh claimt to havo been
trying to wrest the pistol from her husband
at tbo time, which he bad drawn for the
purposo of shooting her. Other parties
say she armed herself after he bad thrown
the wood at her and came back with tbo
intention of shooting him. They
have a small family of children
who aro motherless at present, a Mr.
Baugh wa immediately arrested by Sher
iff" Irvln and placed in Jail. At the
wound it not likely to provo fatal, the will
no doubt bo released on bail to-day.
Two boot-makers. Onlv the verr best
need apply. Fred. Wintirbero.
Immediately 600 hands to work on tbo
C. A. & T. R. R. Good station work at
from 18 to 25 cents per yard. Wages
$2.00 and 2.25 per day.
H. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City.
Tie contractors and tie men on the C. A.
AT. R.R.at25cts per tio. Apply to
J. H. Betuuxe,
MO.lO.lmo Charleston Mo.
A good reliable boy to work in the Jew
elry store of E. and W. Buder. Apply at
tho store. 10-12-3t.
Immediately, in Chicago, l.COO eood-
brick-layers. Wages, $5 00 per day
Apply to Room 2, Exchange building, S.
W. Cor. Clark and Washington streets,
House and two lots in block fifty lots
No. 35 and 36 tituated on Eighth be.
tween Washington and Walnut Fnr
further particulars at to termt aDDlv on
premlsot or addrett P. 0. box G54.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS I
At wholesale and retail, stewed,
fried, broiled and baked, raw
and on the half-shell, by the
can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry Walker's
St. Nlckolas restaurant on Commercial
avenue. Oysters in every stylo at all
hour-day and night. Henry Myer pre
lde over the culinary department. A
a caterer ho ha no equal, and Harry'
customer can alway bo assured of a
warm meal at any hour of tho day or
night, that will moot the requirements
ano piease tne tasto of tho most fast Mi
EICHHOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Elchhoff baa purcbaed the Inter
et of hi brother In tho above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furniture manufacturing buainoss with
great ucce. He has a full ttock of extra
eatoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every articlo ho manufactures. Ho
bat alto a full tock of Hedttead. (!hlr.
Table, Buroau, Desk, ward robes. maU
trettes, etc., always on hand, and hi prices
aeiy competition. Sales room at tho fac-
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
Below will be found tbo correctoil Hit
of prices by H. Levi for hides, tillniv
feather, etc. H. Levi doe a very largo
trado in hi line, and it is a well known
fact that he always pay tho highest price
to bo obtained in tbi market. He it nav.
Hide, dry flint S lb 10 to 17c
Hide, croon ialtod s ib 8to91c
Tallow lb 8tr,
Valuer. lb 35ton.J
DISSOLUTION g OKp COPARTNER
Notlco la hereby given that tbo co
partn.r.bip heretofore existing between
the undersigned and Robert A. Cunning,
ham under the namo and stvla of !..'
& Cunningham, i thl day dissolved by
wutuai coniem. xno said Robert A
Cunningham bas assumed all the liabilities
of said Arm or copartnership, and Is en
titled to collect all tbo debt duo the aame
Dated this 11th day of October, A. D, 1872'
, R. A. CUNNIiMItAM,
Steamer Glencoe, Now Orleans
" R T Bryarly, Louisville.
" Burksvflle, Evanavillo
" Colorado, Vickaburg
" St. Luke, Memphis
" Estollo Block, Loulsvlllo
" Illinois, Columbus,
Steamor Glencoe, St. Louis
" R T Bryarly, New Orleans
" Burksvllle, EvanRvlllo
" Colorado, St. Louis
" St. Luke, St. Loui
" Estollo Block, Camdon
" Crcsent City, Now Orleans
" Illinois, Columbus,
I1IO MUDDY COAL.
Steamboat supplied nt any timo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
termt upon application.
H. V. Olypiiant,
D. A. Bokee, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent 3-15-ly.
boats i.kayixu to-day.
Tho flno City of Vlcksburg is tho
Anchor line packet leaving for Memphis,
Vlcktburg and way landings this evening
at 0 o'clock. Tho Capital City will lenvo
hero at six o'clock this ovenlng for St,
Louis and way landings. The Jim. Flsk
Jr., is tho 4 o'clock p. m., mail packet for
Paducah and nil way landings. Tho
Henry Ames loaves at ton o'clock this
mornlug for Now Orleans. Tho regular
Evansvillo packet leaves nt half past lour
o'clock for Evansvillc.
CONDITION or THE RIVERS.
Tho fall in tho Ohio during the past
24 bourt was nearly 2 inches. Packets
report only 22 Inchet on Henderson bar.
At Pittsburg tho river Is falling. At
Cincinnati the river is still on tbo decline.
At Louitvillo tbo river Is lower than nt any
timo tbit season, tbero is less than 2 feet
at tho foot of tho canal, nnd 8 inches in
the pass on tho falls.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business was very quiet on the land
ing yesterday. Tbo wind and dust held
high carousal yesterday, much to tho
detriment of steamers and pedestrian?.
Tho Glencoo discharged 1,803 bars rail
road iron at Mound city, for tho Cairo
and Vinccnnes R. R. Sno worked thir
teen hours at the John F. Tollo auround
at bead ot island No. P.O. and cot her oil".
The R. T. Bryarly is a new boat, luilt
for Red river by Capt. Noah Scoval.
She Is high between decks and will carry
about 300 tons of freicht.
The Burksville's charter up Tennessee
river baa expired and she will run between
here and Evansvillo during low water.
Sho arrived with a good trip of reship
Tho Mallie Rsgon is reported aground
Tho little towboat Mountain Oak with
a couple of barges is picking up a trip be
tween Evansville and here for this port.
A deck passenger on board the John
Kyle while asleep had his pocket picked of
twenty.fivo dollars Just before sho reached
this place. The thief escaped.
The Stella Block built bv Samuel
Block, her captain, will be used for a trad
ing boat in the lower waters. She will
carry about 200 tons, and has n counter
and shelves on. each side of her cihin
filled with assorted goods.
Our largo family of which our local
editor made mention in Yesterdays is
sue numbers only one more than bis own,
but we suppose that in lets time than one
year ne win eaten up. Mav suc:ess at
The St. Luke had one hundred and
forty-five bales of cotton for this dace
The New Bon Accord is laying down at
the Kentucky ferry landing loading lum
ber tor the St. Louis taw mills.
Tbo Mallie Ragon could hardly
over Henderson's bar light.
Tho Dick Johnson hat re-entered tho
Tennessee river trade.
The Shannon has laid up here, and paid
ner crew off.
Tho Crescent City left here at noon yes.
terJay, but cot wind-bound below
Bird's point, nnd had to lay all afternoon.
J he repairs to the baro Mapln in
Bird's bend wero finished and left in ber
tow. No freight was damaccd bv tho ac
Tbo R. T. Bryarly filled out here and
left with a good trip. Christ. Stogull is
her bead engineor.
CHt Natllonal llank Jiulldliiir.
Mjjpecial attention panl to orders Irom Heau,
u'hhi mum oraar
grade, on orders at f 6 00to9 60 j 200 va
rious grados,6 25to 75; 100 do, $5 76to
8 75; 100 bbls XXX, $7 50; 200 bbls low
XX $8 26 ; 40 bbl flno, $4 00.
MAY. Market baro to-day of choice
Hay which tell readily on arrival. Com
mon is plonty and very dull no market
Two car good Timothy old at $18 00
10 00, delivered ; 1 car common Mixed, del
at $13 00; 2 cart prime Mixed at $17 00,
uoij o carscnolco .Mixed nt$18 00, del;
I car strictly cholco Timothy at $20 00.
del; 1 car choice Mixed, do!. SIS 00; 1
car cholco Timothy, on orders at l nn.
2 car cholco and primo Timothy, del at
f 10 00(3,20 00 ; 2 cars choice Timothy at
uo, ami 1 car primo Mixed ot f 17 00,
CORN '1 hero I a slight Improvement
... n.u uvuibuu jor worn aim prices on
gooa mixed aro a shado better. Tho stock
it yory ngut. l car Whito told in tackt,
del nt 03c; 2 cart Whito In tacks.del at61
.52c; 1 car Mixed in sacks, del at 48c:
400 sacks White, nt points below. 50c: 1
car clioico W lilto in sacks, on orders, at
ooc, i car .uixeu in sacks, del, 48c; 1 car
W hlto, sacked nnd dollvcred, 62c, nnd 4
cars White in bulk, on track, 42c;
OATS. A better feellnc prevails nnd
market closed firm nt 30 ct. Receipt
l. .. VII if I .. ... .
imvo mi iuu on. anies consist oi cars in
sacks del nt 30 cts ; 2 cars do 29 cts ; 2 cars
do 30 cts ; 2 cars do 20 cts; 2 cars do29cU;
0 cars in bulk on track at 23 cts; 1 car do
n cvs ; caas oo i'3 ct ; I car in sacks del
30 cts ; -' cars do 2!lg.30 cts; 7 car do 30
cts; 10 curs do 29 cts; 2 cars do 29 cts ;
jcnruo. cts ; nnd 2 car in bulk on
trnck nt23j cts;
CORN MEAL. Dull and unehnniml
100 bbls kiln dried sold at 2 40 and 200
bbls City .Mills Stoma Dried " Evonlnc
BRAN. 1 rar in sacks del sold nt
Sli OO per ton, 2 cars do $1C(5i17 00
BUTTER. Market bolter supplied,
wuii cnoicn. -u pKcs told at TiKfib cts
and s pkir 26 cts.
LOGS. Market bare, not enouch
come in to mejt the demand. 6 pkes
suiu ni en, nnu OUU UO7.0I1 nt 11 cts
L'lilUKEJiS. Very dull. Wo note
sales of40 dozen nt2 50to3 60perdozeli
niuv iaius. senrco and firm at
quotations. i,600 lbs Imcon, clear tides
sold at 12c, and 3,000 lbs sugar cured can
vttiji'ii iinnis foiu ni i ic.
Ai-riihs,-30 bbit cholco sold at
V 75; 100 bbU good, $2 60; 50 bbls. in
quality, 2 00(5,3 00 and 100 bbls cholco
nt $2 75.
UHANGES.-5 bbl sold at $10 00 V
T.rn rr'yT.'. n ......
ruiniuM,- cars sold in bulk, on
track, at 5oc V bushel ; 50 bbls. northera
sold nt $2 25 per bbl; 25 bb! choice
northern, on orders, at $2 75 per bbl: 150
i ..... . . .. ' . ;
uuis j-eacn .mows at -o nnd l car
reacn mows, del. in bulk, at 66c per
l'LASTERINO HAIR ar.. w ,.,.v.i
LIME. In lots at $1 25 to 1 60 V bbl!
CEMENT. At wholcsalo $2 0
2 25 f bbl.
WHEAT. Tho prices tc-dav. renorted
by tbo City Mills, arc, No. 1 White,
$1 55 ; No. 2 White, $1 60; No. 1 Red,
J' , - "eo, si w ; .Mediterranean,
i io. i-mrnp or tougb wheat is unsalca
SACKS. Rcsewed Gunnies 181(5,191
Corn Burlaps, 2J Bus. Ea, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 Bushel, 21 cts. Oats
Uurlaps, 5 Bushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bacs. 35 to 38 cts each.
PROVISIONS. Sugar Cured Hams
canvas?ed, $ lb. 17 to lee. Shoulders
Bacon 8c; Clear Sides Bacon, 12(il2Jc:
BreakfMt Bacon. 1-J16c.
I.AKD Itetined, in tierces rf ft, M(&Uc.i
MONDAY Kvenino, Oct. H 1872
I ho tono of tho general market has
enanccd for tho better sinco Hat wW
Tho demand for Oat has I mnrnvml nml
undor moro favorablo advices from othor
markets, tho prico has stiffened and mll
firm tc-day at 30c for cholco mlxwl. m.L-,i
and dolivered. Corn show a boiinr fi.ni.
ing, nnd a number of Kale worn nimln in
upply the millinc domand nnd in ill If nt
touthern order. Choico Hay ia very
carco, all on tho market was sold very
eony in tno day. a number of car nf
common liny nro on tho track but tbero is
no demand for thorn. Eeu am EMPm
and in demand. Tho butter market is
hotter supplied. Chicken aro vory dull.
Tho weather it clear, drv
Wo havo boon visited by an occasional
frost but none heavy enough to mnko its
Tho rivor are very low. but ri(.M.
'CorrcanondenU nmilrl 1 ..... i
mind that our quotations reprosont prices
.uuu ion irom Brit hnrwl. .,!..
, - -- unt iibiiuf, unless
. F"c mutt be pa d.-tt
FLOUR Markl fl. j.. 'L .
tui.. - . " "uu uneuangea,
Halst cotnorUa an kui. r
" "w w various
In kec. V tt, ll(3,12c. '
1 LAS Imperial, 75(5.125: Gunnow
lcr, ,Wal 25; Oolong B.ack, 7.1 00;
C H K Eis K. New York Factory, new, ft,
Ks'1Xv,vsci1Scon eaUon ctsi oo,
ivv vs ii. v(insj,
. SEE1W. Millet " bu-hel. ii O0:Tlmntl.
t3 Wifl 75. Red Top SI 75 to 2 00. Clover
f i 50.
BROOMa. Common lioue V dozen.
!l Choice to hJCtra, $3 00jj 75; S. B. $ jo
BEESWAX, ? ft .TOc.
SOAP. fechaefler's German mottled;
Mr. R. Jones on Commnr
cial avenue, second door west
ot lenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill nil
orders on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns are
oi me latest styles, and
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
ot the excellence of his work,
ne invites the patronage
! 0.t5.d 3m
$3.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Taner's
to purchase saddles and har
ness, at his saddle store
Washington avenue. All
kinds of repairing done on
saddles and harness, and car
rirgo painting and trimming
on snort notice, in good stvlo
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
" xtu.x 111 jUUO.
R. A. CUNNINGHAM. FKMX CROSS.
Succci.oM to Lonergan & Cunningham,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AMI IlKAI.EItH IN
AND MILL FEED.
STOP AND HEAD!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY I
A place where you can buy ai much for
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOIJiAK AND A QUARTER
Tho undorlj;ncd would respectfully In
form tho public that they have fitted their
new toro house on Eighth treot with the
finest and best assorted stock of
general merchandise over beforo broucht
to this market, and In ordor
to secure a large portion of the patronace
of tho public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY CITIIKR vctaii.
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our tock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children'
BOOTS 5c SHOES,
HATS & CAPS.
And all ether article to bo found in a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
Wo call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawl and
cloaks, which department is completo In
all its details. Our stock of
is the largest in the city, and wo are en-
abled to offer special inducements to pur
In Gentlemens Clothing, Roots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo are fully prepared to meet all de
mands at prices defying competition. Aa
it is to the interest of every one to buy
where coods are che&neit and hest
we cordially invito the public
to call and examine our stock before pur
Our otablIsbment Is located on tho east
side of Eiihth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Our Home Advertisers.
REGULAR CAIRO lnucAII EVAS
VILLE SkWEEKLY U. S.
Th Fast and Elegant Pastnr Bleamtr
IDLE "W" XXjJD:
.Tack Giummed, Master.
Ed. Thomas, clerk.
ill?f'cavvJ.Ca,r(? 'or Paducah and Kran.
VJ'y,cryi TnurM? nd Sunday evening
at O o'clock, ronncctW at EvanJvllle wlS
irclgnt or passafjo apply to
.'AMBaBioas Passenger Ag'.
UEUA" CAIRO, PADUCAH EVAN?.
ILLK SEMl-wEEKLY PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
REN. HOWARD .
vinr3r,'cav." Cn,.ro for I'nducah anil' Evan,
v ncVivcry ; Tuesday and Friday cvcnlnif at 0
.Tames Pinna, Passenger Ap'i.
REGULAR CAIRO AM) EVANSVII l r
SEMMVEEKLY MaIL LLVE PACKW.
The fine low pre Mire Pascngcr Packet
W. 11. PENNINGTON Man
e.$2ril'cav,:" fa,ro nvery Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Pa3u ,al
"y oVKSSSfe toFor neighi or ,,a,saB
JAmes Ilioos, Passenger Ag"(.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tlie spUodid ntamr
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leave Cairo DAILY, (.Sunday excepted), at
I p.m. lor freight oriiaMace apply on l.uini
Kf JaMallouv, AK-t.
OAIht. AND MOUND CITY
Will malta lhre trips dllx.
LEAVI.NU CAIItO I UAV'B MOUNI. CITV
V' ' a.UI At l-M .. ,.,.
mm ,p.m.Ato . ,:!!!:
ST" am iwa?' cvM' 10 ticket, lor
fl M. V, 111 land, when hailed, at an v good
Intermediate landing for paencrx oi
WILLI A.MHXlRELL, "
Succcor to U.S. Harrell.
Thornton' Illock 10th street bet. Commer
cial and Washington Aenuei.
l'ARKER & BLAKK,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
VdUf, Botiala, IJiuollar,
ALd tb e!elrta illumlattlaa
BBOsfl' UDILDINOf CCP 1TH-8T. COM '
MEHCIAL A V.,
Cairo, .... Ilinoib.
.LIME I CEMENT !
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIAU.
Comincrcial-av., Foot of Eleventh-st.
Best quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on hand, and for sale at tho
very lcvost figures for cash.
laa fitter's ana I'lumlxi'i m.i.n.i uv,,t
puiui , nioiitt ana aosie t&1t., itoo
. J n . . .. . I . . -
Alto iQiT rot
Tut U Brother Patent DrjrOaaMaOr
ted Moreuouia, Wells 4 Co' Automitlo Wal
uunjiuriiuouppij vaire ror tem boiler.
wiwTHw'a ni.oriK. nnuurTtnurAVEwn
Q RO CERIE8.
ntniM raoHrrLv ruitn
ijsss- iuu can uuv six
and ono-half lbs. Durant's
A CofFeo Sugar for Ono Dol-
lar; Sovon lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar: Best
three and ono-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Sevonty.five Cents per pound ; And hiHM' and children-. oa,i, and
l oung uyson and Oolong Tea, shoeb.
One Dollar por pound, and ev- AIbo. Slinrwr. f n tr.-j.
- i rr "i xviuua,
uryning propomonaieiy enoap thev
WIT,WHTYBV a w
.iiUiiiJlAlB, VEST LOWEST VTnTTSTxu
Call a Kxaulwe.
UUUT AND hUUK MIOHe '
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., noar Athonoura.
Keep on hand a good asaortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOWS
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
For Sale at Wholcsalo o Retail
CORNER 32D.BTREET AND OHIO LEVER
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
EiciiiTii St., Ut. Com. & Wash.,
Has Jiift opened a new and atylltli estab
lishment, fully up to the time, and Invite
old customer nml new, ladles, children and
all, to fuvor him with their patronage.
tSTAII work done In the Latest Style.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
F. Dt BBXrUHD, .... I'roprlMi.r
Cor. Ohio Lkvke & Second St.
JBsTBaggage conveyed to and from De.
pot free. dec-l) tf.
HENRY H. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In even' style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Gliding
Dnlpra aollcltcd for scenerv. Fresi-nn unrf
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work l
trusted to my caro will be prompily al-
nAmA rt ShAll In Pamw tl.n.. ..m.m
CotatBtrclal avenue and fcftkth treat.