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I'UllMHIlKtt II Y JOIIV If. oiir.iti.v A CO.
M. II. IIAKHKI. I,, ASSOCJATK KIllTOIl.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOHIM 13, 18C.
Hue Eiider'rf Chill
Curt'. "It never
Cotton curds 05 cents per pair, at
Rcllly'H. - tf
Over ono thousand Fall and Winter
coatH JiiHt opened at I. Waliler'., comer
of .Sixth and JiCVeu Klrcot. lit
Ono of the .largest and best Htocks of
clolliluK over hroulit to Cairo, has just
been opened at I. Walder's. His U tho
cheapent clothing store In tbe city. .'It
Barrett, the hair restorative mnn, Is
dead, and tbe probability is those ijcn
tletnen, who, liko curt-elf, tolling his
dyo'Htuir, will liavo their troublo for
JJoys, look hcrol A real handsome,
serviceable, well made suit of "Winter
clothing can ho bought at I. Waldw's
corner of Blxth and r,oveo streets, at
from ?9 to $14. 3t
Charles Iersey, tlie brakesman, who
fell between tlio cars of a moving freight
(:aln, at Cnrbondalu last week an nc-
count of which, occurrence appeared In
the Bulletin the next day) died the same
night, of his injuries. Ilia left leg was
ground entirely oil".
Maggie Wilson has been fcent to the
asylum for tlio Insane at Jacksonville. A
court of I nq dry was organized and com
potent wltni'.nes swore that she was non
compis mentli. Tho terrible ordeal ,
through which she has paed was well
calculated to un-ottle her mind, in'vorof
t'ie strongest or most placid character.
It Is not tliouk'ht that her mcndal
derangement Is of a permanent nature.
In Mutropolls, 1'itdueah, .Ioneloro,
Lcntralla and cape iilrartlohu, Uie ma i
nufutluru of carrlagos, bugglr, hacks
and " karbfrns," Is punned ext.. slvely
and I roll t ably. Why Is not (lilt .ranch,
r.f manufacturing ciaMlhel In Cairo?
A lir-jt-claxs workman could nftnire all
the work he could turn his hands to.
A fjree T laborers, under tho dlretolon
of Mr. Adam Hryden, are boring foreoitl ,
on a tract of (jeii. Iogau'n land; near the
town of ( arbondale. The pro-pecH aro
id to be Hattering, Mr. Uryden giving
expression to tho belief that ho will soon
etrlke n workable seam of coal, equal In i
n'l repecU to that of Mt. Carbon.
Gen Igin has laid oil' an addition to
the town of Carhondale, nnd tho 'New
I'fa says that ho Is ollering the lots at
remarkably low flgurm. The promised
ocathu of the Normal school In "those
mld-ls,"of.glit to bring the General'slots
into ac'lve request. He could overwhelm
bin, :lf wl'h buyiTS if lie would adver
:mo la tlu Jlillotln' and pay la ad
"Jamil) ci i. Jurinlj rr"
Tt - i' if theou.-o btwtii the Cairo
I ,ty l 1 Vullr-y Kerry company vnd tba
. I . V.r,.l.ili Ii tttll tw.tiillnie III (tl
Pll.lli l lf,,,,,., '. " .-
I i - 1 'is DUtrlet court. It wan cult
( .1, wi I I w, lust Tliurxduy, nnd ban
x. uj i I the time of tho count vwttcj.
Thes- 't jTcwoul of the sinkliig of tbe
ferry 1 nt Missionary by lh utoamer
Virsini.i, the furry company clatmlui;
tha tl.o siiiklng was not acoMeutal or
unav litluble. The ovldetico drawn out
in t ikui down at length, and to this faot
may be afccrlbed tliu flow jirogrets of tho
Wo are approhonslvo that the coal tie
posltcs In this county, near Santa To, aro
not as extensive as, at first, they wore
believed to be. Wo are forced to this
conclusion by tho fact that tho results of
ull explorations have been kep: pro
foundly still, and by the further fact
that, after tho lapso of many months,
there Is no machinery on tho ground, nor
any movement mado toward mining
operations. Coal, on tho bank of tho
Mississippi river, within twenty-flvo
mlleB of Cairo, could scarcely rest undis
turbed for a period of six months after Its
Who can throw any light on tho sub
Totmceo in NoillUeru llllliola
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Tiie rauueau iventueKitwi,- ui jiwi- ,
. t a ... A 1
day, gives expression to mo opinion uiai
the section of Illinois opposlto that city,
will send to marKot, tills season, over
two hundred hogsheads of tobacco.
Johnson and Ballno county grow an
nually about ono thousand hogsheads
each, planters thero finding tho oultlva
tiou or tobacco profltablo notwlthstnnd
ing the tedious and expenslvo transpor.
tatlon to whloh it is subjected to placo it
In murkot. When tho Cairo and VJn.
cennes railroad Is complotcd, these coun
ties will place at least GC00 hogsheads of
tobacco In our warehouses overy season.
It looks very much as If tho sidewalks
about town wero acting in concert In tho
matter of fulling to pleco3. Two gangs
of men aro constantly employed upon
thorn, and have boon for months, but
they appoar unequal to tho Job of mend
ing defects as fust as they develope them
alvos. On Nineteenth, between Poplar
and Commercial tho sidewalks, for
awldlo tho worst In tho olty, havo been
put in splendid repair; but while this
work was goluir on the prooesa of decay
was going on olsowhero. The truth Is, ,
thero must Jbe,boforolong, a vory general j
overhauling several thouwjnd dollars
expoudod, This done tlio building of
now walks may bo defened a coupla of
Kntlcr'H Htomnch llltteral "Tuo beat
Good all linen Hhlrt hosoniH
per dozen at Kellly'H.
fit $2 CO
First class day board at Walker & I3ls
oil's restaurant, atS'i por week, tf
Twenly flu G'entN.
This amount will buy a bottle of Mrs.
Whltcomb's syrup, tho great soothing
remedy for all diseases Incident to In
fants and children.
Do you wanto save from $5 to $15 on
that suit of 'clothing you havo made up
your mind to buy? If so go directly to
Iko Wftldcr'fl, corner of Sixth and Levee,
and buy from his Immenso new stock
that he has Just opened I .It
Union linen 115 cents per yard, at
Kellly's. .... tf.
Trunks, valises, carpet packs, umbrel
las, boy's and men's bobta nnd shocs-a
rouslngstock Justopencd at I. Walder's.
Don't you buy until you havo called
Best 5 quarter pillow slip muslin 21
cents per yard, atilellly's. tf
Tha Aiiiimrinent Heannii,
With characteristic energy Dan Hurt
man is overhauling tho Atheneum, pre
paratory to tho. opening on the 1st of
November. He assures us that tho
establishment shall bo made entirely
comfortable. Improved heating appar
atus will bo introduced so that patrons I
win not, as In past seasons, be compelled
to fdriko an unfavorable balance between
mental enjoyment ttrnl.'cohl feet.
The comnanv Katlo I'utmat.'s Metro
politan Ktar Troupe Is now holding I
forth In Quinyc How the company is
received there, ard what wo may expect
of it hero, are well Indicated by the fol
lowlngextractfrom the Qulncy 'Herald:'
The Opera Home was thrown open on
Monday fora two weeks' representation
of tho drama, to bo followed, let us hope,
by others in rapid surcoion. Katlo
l'utnam, a sparkling comedienne, whoso
contrlbullous ar Inferior In no respect to
tlipo of liOtla, .Maggie Milclu-ll and
other names in genteel comedy, and
who rinly hchx the name to be the equal
of any of thorn, n-umes the principal
parfiJn favorite playp, and gives to tlio
stagey a charm that it has not worn here
for many a -day. The dashing anil
sprightly actr. brings with her names
that stiri' gyod nipport' and a strong
caw. J. II. .'Hurnett, T. J. lnngdon,
Mollie MrU illlams and.otliers who are
not unknown-to fume on the provincial
boards Tlio reprtsentaUons aro elabora
tely mounted, and brought out with all
the details nddpary for, a satisfactory
and ploaslng ell'ect. v.
We havo read, in the j3priiigfloid and
Peoria papers, the most convincing testi
mony as to. tho taleut,rmd general pro
ficiency of tho company fcomo of them
declaring its presentations equal to any
put upon tho boards of St. Jxiuls, or
Chicago. Such of ourcltiznesas remem
ber Katie l'utnam as a little girl as t'.io
charming little "Kva," In Undo Tom.s
Cabin Will bo amazed at her "out
come" lie being now on of tlio most
graceful, captivating and and ncotn i
pllhliod lndli in tho profion. 1
Hartman deserves credit fur M-eurlng 1
t Cairo mwIi an exqoljent company, and
Wf hnpbe will not bo disappointed In
hh xpeetation of a liberal support from (
. f i ! 1 1 vatiu t
Villi i ..... ai.
Xrulinitrr .Mtn by llir ItiiiMlrcit.
Tliero are, In Cairo, about one hundred
individuals who know, better than any
one ih can know, precisely how a
newspaper should be edited to bo accep
table In tho sight of the people True,
nearly one-half of , these individuals don't
know the difitrenco between a verb and
a ban drum, or between an adverb and
a gunboat; whilst half the remainder
can not, to rave their hWks frbm tho
halter, correctly punctuate their own
names, yet, of all men In tho world, they
think themselves best calculated
to run a popular andrellablo nowspapor.
Theso men Jaro wonderfully worried
when tho 'Bulletin' doeB not teem with
sousatlon locals at least four columns
per day and they cau attributo a, fall
uro to como up to that standard to no
cause in tho world, but a want of activi
ty and enterprise on the part of tho local
editor. Tho said local editor may apply
to each nnd every ouo of tho carping
crowd, day after day, and week nfter
week, and utterly fail In his attempts to
"pump" a singlo Item out of tho whole
of them, They can't recall a singlo oc
currence out or which an Item may bo
digested, yet tho local editor Is unac
countably stupid, unless ho dishes up as
much gossip and local news as they can
read between supper and bed-tlmo.
Wo aro now filling tho positions of
three men, and feeling ourselves In want
of help, wo have this proposition to sub
mit: To thai Individual who Is confident
beyond all pcradventure, that ho can
improve tho local pago of, tho. 'Bulletin,'
wo will surrendor tho "tripod," with its
honord and and perquisites. The print
ers shall "set up" his manuscript verbat
im, shall correct his proofs as directed by
him, and In overy particular he shall
havo full and unrestricted control of
tho local columns. No ono&hall hinder,
suggest, or say nay; and If, when tho re
sult of his labors Is beforo tho public, our
ad interim has not overy particle of con
celt taken out of him; If, indeed, ho is
nntushumed of himself, and tho commu
nity disgusted, we will present him with
tho finest silk hat to bo found In tho olty
It is ouo of the easiest things In tho
world to criticise the work of others; but
lu ulna cases out of ton, should Sir Crit
icsattempt the porformunco of the vory
work they criticise, thoy would write
themsolvos down most egregious asses
Who lilt l!io Key to llic Jfjutcrj?
Mr. A. U. Colonmn. traveling agent of
the Illinois Central railroad, has caused
a copy of the Leavenworth Daily 'Com
mercial,' to bo placed in our hands In
tho local columns of which paper, wo
find tho following item:
A largo pile of Jotters, apparently near
ly a trunk full, was discovered in tlio brush
adjoining tlio Kansas City road, a short
distance south of tho new Ht. Mary's
Academy, on Wednesday last. Tho let
ters liad tho appearance of having been
recently placoU or emptied there, they
bearing no signs of having been wet, as
yet, by rain. Upon examlnat'on It was
found that they wero all uddressed to
Mr. John S. Saxton somo to him in
Wisconsin, some to Illinois, etc.
Who tills Mr. Haxton Is, atid how his
letters, and in so largo numbers, came to
bo emptied in so peculiar and lonely a
place, is a mystery. Evidently thoy wero
not placed there by Mr. Baxton himself,
nor by any ono who might be properly
styled his friends.
By tho letters it appears that Mr. Sax
ton's father. Gilbert aaxton. is a resident
of Ithlca, Now York, and that ho, John
H. Baxton, was at ono time engaged In
tlio drug business at Cairo, Illinois. Pos
sibly time will mako clear whatever
seems strange or mysterious In connec
tion with this strange matter.
Who knows anything about tho where
abouts of Mn Haxton?ItU true, as Muted
that at ono time ho was engaged In tho
drug business In this city, being n part
ner in tho firm of Saxton and liumtn,
Itrnily fir llin t'nll find Winter Trnile
Tho following business houses, all of
wnicn aurertiso in tue 'Jiuiieun,' navo
in store and on tho way, rousing stocks
of goods for tho Fall and Winter trade.
It. ILCtinnlngliam, Hellbron & Weil,
Rlttonhnuse fc Hauuy, Ooldstlne fc Bo
son water, dry goods; Miller & Miller and
I. Walder, clothing; H. M. Hulon, Btrat
ton ABird.B.Binyth&Co., Geo. D. Will
iamson, F. Vincent, and B. Wilson, boat
stores and provisions; W. H. Bchuttor,
and B. Smyth &Co., liquors tobaccos and
cigars; Hulllday k Broi., Ayre A Co.,
Parker it Piiillls, P. Cub', C. W. Green,
Hour ami produce; Pitcher it Henry and
W. M. Davidson, hardware,; A. Hally,
Beerwart it Orth, C. W. Henderson and
A. Frazer, stoves and tinware; Itockwelj
it Co., and H. Hannon, books and sta
tionary ; Parsons Davidson it Co , queens
ware and glassware; B. S. Harrell, furni
ture; Parker it Blake, paints and wall
paper; J. W. Tunier and F. M. Ward,
firewood? Mm. Swander, Mrs. K. H. Os
wald, Mrs. Cummlugs, Mrs. Langaud
Mrs. Buck millinery goods; Barclay Bro's
druggists, and Elliott Haytliorn it Co.,
wholcsn.o nnd retail dealers iu boots and
shoes. All these gentlemen nnd ludles
havo added largely to their btocks, pre
senting to the buyera quantity and vari
ety never, perhaps, surpassed in Cairo.
Wo hope their anticipations of a large
Fall and Winter business will be real
ized, for, as liberal, enterprising ami pub
lic spirited individuals they ieparately
niul colloctlvely debcrvo unbounded suc
cess. Irish linen, telling at 13.5, now ?1 Ut
Irish linen sold at SI, now 7,5 cents; and
good Irish linen at .50 cents, at Boilly's
Particular attention U directed to tho
advertisement of book for tho million
Marrlagr Guid in another Column. U
should be read by all.
ItiiHlncxH lloitii' lur Iti nl.
That eligibly situated business hoti'o
No. S Thornton's block, Tenth street, Is
for rout. 'Apply on tho premiios.
Complete suits for both men and boys,
splendid overcoats, gentlemen's furuhh
lug good?,aud overy thing In the clothing
lino can bo found In greater plenty and
cheaper at I. Walder's, corner of Sixth
and Loveo street, than at any other houso
n th p city. 3t
Pro. C. Bobbins will arrive In Cairo on
Thursday morning nnd will remain du
ring tho week. During his stay ho will
attend to nil orders for tuning or repair
ing pianos. Ho 'will nlso supply parties
desiring to purclmso pianos, on the bebt
nid most advantageous terms. Lcavo
rdors at Hallldny Bros. 4t.
Ioolfy,M Itnlclni; lorilrr
Stands uuequaled for making light,
healthy and nutritious rolls, biscuits,
griddle cukes, ito. Tho Ingredients used
lu tho manufacture of this powder aro
not only chemically pure, but so propor
tioned that the results produced are tho
samu euoh time. In this respect It
po.ssesse superiority over all others lu
tho market. Only two toni-poonfulB aro
required for a quart of Hour. For sale by
grocers generally. Uso Dooley'a baking
Gentlemen's under-wenr of all kinds,
flannel overshlrts, hosiery, hats and caps
tho best nnd cheapest assortmont iu
Cairo at Iko Walder's, corner of Sixth
and Leveo streets. Jit
Smith's Tonic Syrup has been counter
feited, and tho counterfeiter, brought to
grlof. SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP.
Tho gonulno article must havo Dr.
John Bull's prlvato stamp on each bot
tle. Dr. John Bui.ii only bus tho right
to manufacture and sell the original
John J. Smith's TON 10 SYRUP, of
Louisville, Ky. Examlno well tho label
on each bottle. If my prlvato stamp is
not on tho bottle, do not purcliaso, or you
will be deceived. 8eo my column adver
tisement, ami my show card. I will pros
ecute any ono Infringing" on my right.
The gatuitu Smith's Tonio Syhui' can
ouly bo prepared by myself.
Tlio public servent.
Dr. John Bull,
Louisville, Ky., Oct. p.l. 1808.
Good towels, all linen, 20 cents, eauh,
AJIIItTIl niirriiiiL- I - w
Alcxiuiilrr County Tcneliera Iimlllnf p.
A session of the abovo named Instltuto
will bo held at Thebes, commencing
Thursday, October, 2lsl., 1800, at ono
o'clock p. m., and continuing two days,
until Saturday noon, October 2!U.
The programme will embrace exercises
in all the branches required by law to bo
taught In tho public school, to-wlt: or
thography, English reading, pennman
ship, arlthmetiiic, English isrammar.
modern geography, and the history of
tho United btates; with music and es
says, discussions and addresses on edu
cational subjects, Intespersed.
Teachers and school dlrectora wlll tako
notlco that "no reduction of pay or loss
of time will bo incurred by tlio teachers
attending" this Instltuto; and the
teachers from overy school district lri tho
oounty, outside of Cairo, (which excep
tion is mado becauso an institute will bo
hold there sometime during tlio Fall or
Winter) are expected to bo present and
tako part In the exercises. Tho school
directors of overy district should'regufre
their teachers to attendance it is to their
interest to havo competont'teachers; and
no better opportunity for testing their
compotenco will ho nlforded than tho
exorcises of tills Instltuto; nnd tho cdub.
ty superintendent pledges himself to. re
voke tho certificate of any teacher whose
Incompetency Is made nppurnnt.
Not knowing who at present enmposo
tho oxocutivo committee of tlio Alexan
der county Tench ers' Institute, tho coun
ty superintendent has taken this method
of complying with tho school law whloh
makes it Ills duty to encourage tho for
mation of teachers' institutes.
All friends of education aro cordially
Invited. L. P. Brru;it,
County Suporlntcndnnt of Schools.
ir Vnu Wnnt
Mtrril (o mko i dollar "Ulc uf the lWr Itn
Moratirrcrvr medfor rrlorliij nrYiilr tVU orig.
mil . ..lor, rul ifiients foi n jHvKctft.
Nice WliiU Tfvlli, JIi-uUliydiimK.uiHl aiMtctliii'ntli
tn I lur our TIJWKIII PKNIIlirJCi:, j.rlcr, 'x.
ir Yon Wuiita t
A urrur f..r ll's-lh"-, Ctrrli, IlPAfnrM, nrbm
mg in tlw mm, ool f..r our SrKUNUTA'ror.r
I'm 39 cnU.
nu Hither of the tKif5 nt i'Miil', no receipt
A'Mrr Jo-fi ):. Iwfur, -IJI MrWit fti't,R.
Loiii Mo. .'7J)'Uw
A Itn re Cnlltef Inn. IlowIniiitN ltrrHit.
llaw Art", IieiTeri.v. t,., romprjilry; tklunMt'
mfurtn.'.ii'.ii for iutjIhI . Pent y umllf 'fre'!f
K.tacc) fur '0' cen(. , ' ' .'
AiMrerOt. K. NOIlMANKr, Ml MitrktY rlie't', ht.
I.'ui", ! ' f.-.'7lnl
I)rnUN TuIU eJIoi t"' " .
Ofncarlouuhuri'lrt'il r.H-oiK fip iruU 'lirnmly i
all ktn-I rf Viue, (i.ij.AK, Jk-t-r, fordmli, Superior
Ci'lir, milmiicli otiuful luftrnution furrtint
dratlinjf iner inannfartunnK nj- t the uU-te, itlir
frlh' (rIoflrtH$nlMie. " '
K. nt.y gnll,V ?f lti'R" t Jf ,.i nl. AMr
U. r. NOUMAMiV, Ml Market tiKl, it. Ioult, M.
.riir .tlnrrlnu f.ulilr.
AN lSSiy I'Oi: VOL'.VO.MCiV.iMi'l'iijralologltfnl
llrrrii, .Uhim-hoiiiI liruo, iH'-xleni o youth ami
K-uljr M nh'" f, !,. h i. ..:o tinpediwiiN to MAIN
IlMdJi iili i4. n. 1'.' t. In C 1 'it." rtnlwl
tor n!. p, fr . f . li.ir.-... A'l In . Ir. f. SKII(.
LIN lIl'l'iiHK N. II. vat I A-'.k-iuIiud, IhlUtl
pliu, I'ii. , H'7iUi3tii
CilM. llL .Oi L lTi:, !".
tm fWftite rywml frm fan frrt Amdi, I l
tltr mm Mgkm rtlm Xari i U tu4.
Tim lu-tlTitT notkl In our Uit emlwekiy rexit
1 01. U-rrt aril Kept up, mi iHljrcr lor HOUtllHril
mkHt", tAirtbM' with r.lnr from the m
e.'tiin, hAre ter un'i.'igW)- j.Iety. Tlilx nil liHp
ti khn til" tfri.wnirf nuiTlaHi of '.n." tt 'lixlrt
I.miiiK' ctitre, Mh prnr iTh.it wh liarp nhru;ciiiin
el for It, that the mlranttje prtntel by ""r nru
k-t hen- nel ouj 1 knaitn to I prop rty uppree..
nl.'J. whilo Cairo mrv!iiut4 arc wlUlp to, t;U i'4
loir or lower tlwu the Hamc good esri bo WJit In
ny other weMerfTnwket, her t50oKrHphi''I position
gnf her other R'lTntrjri which will Mji bo op-
pr.HMitoJ ly rrileJaiQUuyv1,1..
KI.ODIl Iiah U-eii In Urge ilnmnJ to tha Ira lo nl
on order, whloh ure prineip.Uly for tho lower Kriuiet.
I'dciv, witliout hnvnu; tiniltirgoiie uiiy iu:ttcrl.il
chiDRei", re yet inrllneil to b tMt.i Siliu, ruortoil
4'il Mil Kliperflnivnt .i.ii....tA...f..n. S3 00
uo bu ynm X & uiyi w
I mi M.N SprinuXX 5 IM 00
i:j i iu Full X a do
174 bid Full XX .... A W
:i'H t in xxx ?. - t ttvji 757 00
iX bbU Choice XXX 7 83
173 bbU ('tinier KhiiiIIv 7 MQt
10 l.bN arinu Kribii. in bt, nt from. . A 00 to 7 73
I KK.N I blither, mid nott held oi w) per ton In
bulk niul 3J v) lu4kk, fvOtokuldut city mlll
ut the bitter rut.
CUlt.N Thx only le thit twnpired wn one of
9C0ftrki vrhlto At tflc.whi'h iin ndVince.
'.VPs nro letter, mid ehon e wiiM revllly com
nun 1 4V- In bulk, r Si- In now l.ntlj. Onm cr in
ncond hand Lurlupa ld at
HAY li!H leen In Rood deni.uid nt nliout nie rntei
nuled moiir la. Kilo worn 1 our i hnieo Timothy,
lollvorext. at tit (n Sfrnr,iil.xeH,,lr l,at 117 W; ii
onra (.d Top, ildhM nt (IU ind 1 i r Timuthy, mi
trwk ut 17 (wi.
l'lluVIHlONS hive been n very limited roiiiel to
(ill ordera Ht qlt.iti"ii 3 bbl MiMt l'ork void nt
Jit Wi; t nen o Uird nt nnd l'i ke nt 2lo.
COltN Mi:.l. nax been In limited mpply with fmr
(lemnnd, uihl.N .11 in lot nt It S3 for iiteiinKlrlvd
ltt'TTKlt "Strictly eholoclii 'rce nnd in demand.
All oilier Krndes me plenty niul dull. W pkit clilco
.Ncrtlicfii rpUl nt .IV. a kiv'1 priiuo nt Uc. mid 0 tubn
rXViH Our murke't ht evening mm entiruly baro
Kre'tli Ion uouhl ni'My t 'iiimiind U.44.,.
roULTIlY U In ruther U tter dciimiid nnd mnrket
pretty vrrll kitpplled. 17 cn.ipH spring chickens nbld
nt ii Hfll 73, irii(tipally tho linldu rule; in coopn
old nt .i V, lido 1 coup On nt St 10 per dot.
AITIXH are in k'ood drnnmd for choice loilcllc
nlr f7 bbUoI.int ? J inn-l MM "3 per bbl, and
IU 1'ibl keleoled lit tl 73jia 00.
OMoNS haro been in fmr Mipply.nRit uood demind
with h.ilcK of 11 bbU ut 3J MM:i 73 per bbl.
CAIIII.Oi:-3 crates sold nt f no ner UK).
(iltoc'KUll5 are firm on all docriptlotu, with
l'ltl'.lOUTS nronctitc nud firm, mid ithlpmul!i nr
enl forw ard without nnv delnr kt thlil point
O.nilce Northern in tiriim ainl tub
' ...... -
Itallltis Twin M5J rf
riewiu Twine , lOijjSOc "
Jut Twine Wlc
Ohio uml Srw Voik I'mury ltMl&
New Teik fhrdiler ...lJfUl
1'ino Apple .;....i..r.j.. none
Hoju....; 7c Duller ..... tc
PicMc- "Ilr ....Ie
Cream lt l.mtcr-..,..4.i...lK
Cmcknttt 8tc Aemtfit.....'. ....l!k ?
Prima to cflolfe.........M..M........ .m.23J426
(,'omiiinn Jo flr ,.B2it(&'i3
UANDLlVJ-ijUr, light wclttit. ...-...... l'A
C.MUNT 1 barrel, 'W9t73
. . nniim ntiiiT.
I'eirhee, fur ii. mil iir
Anrili),. ,ir Id
.tOAVljUHi Arabic ....
)j53o Otim Minh
mil InJIde l-otuh...
Noetic No. f
Alum, per lb . .
6 750 HI
10 M niiii i
Krll Niirate Hilver .
Q7o " Odir
1 tW CS
r. tiK.ts n
1 wi-s (
Aloe. Hnnlrih. I IH.iriH II U'lmnfrau
Malum Copaiba.,1 10f.(l V PoliNf 'liloralt, M(,t' i
ll.ty Hum, piire.,.t wys 00 qii'iTVIivrr 1 rft it it,
llrimttone. mil... M.?iiii!oniiin Uiiinb. Q fdr.t ai
llaUam Copaiba.,1 10f,(l V Polii.'lilorali
HI Clirom I'otaili ityt,n riej IVunitate. 1 V.jI "o
Caib. Mairela... 4'0Xl!ltbtibarb, K. In. 8 tOiftt (H)
Calomel, Anirr...l 10 iln, Turkey, p'd.20 o&tfill I
" bottle,.,! iV. Senna, Alei.... tO .446
" Enellah..! fpOrt Pprtt NUre...., 60ft73
Camphor C11111...I 20(.4l 3J Hutar Lead Nwiff)
Canary Heed,... I2il.1 Hallpeur llWJS
Cliloinfunn 1 vf'2 In Tannin, per hi. 4.V4l
Kiniun Hall (IllilTrpeiitine
Finwentltnr.oin 4AAtiAVerditri IV
Glfccrinc WI 00 Vitriol, blu ll17
Maraeret, No. I, per bbl. i
d Nn.5, ' ;..
if w .S2t b.j 1 V
;..evr vu ior.11
new , 18 Kit
itn N.l kltit,
nen 3 dor! 23
now : ?3fft 00
t'U, rift SI oOitC HI
ffi, Mtilljj .. , $4 rtl .'I-
iiAnnwArti: and ikon.
Naila, per Ytt, lOd t t"d 14 7J9S
Oilier men iu proportion.
A ret, per riozei II SSglT I
Truce chain; pet pJir, C IU 11) No ' 7'r
liar Iron, per I 4c
norfrslio iron pet III J3'J
Nail ItuJ. p-.t .1 Illt
Iron cotton li-, pet lb 71 fx f c
flheel Zinc...... tifllS..
or'. Iron, N 10 to 17 II ..... ft
it Nn.MIl IJJJ
Tlcrcea and bbN, per 1b. . m........ 'J)
K'f ni half bbie, per lb
Cjuntry lard, per U - - lnjrtli
LI HE T bbl.. 5TJ!
New Orlear-i dOiSsr,
Fair 10 choice, her fallen...
Hjrup. i'ii tl tioal iw
Coal, pr gallon S9r- l
f.nnl, di t C3A 1 70
l.ln-ced, do tl l3fl -v
Pntk,mef, pe bb.
HieaKlaet llarnn, cad vine..,
J.eaililer per In
llami, aurar cured, ranvat-ert, per lb....
nam nanm ...
hlioulilere, tier Ii
Ilam Cautare, per lb...
milk near nuea, p-r m ,
" " mi, Hlile,
Kheuldeti ' ..
llama in iicdl, "
flatter I'Jrli, p-r bbl , 4 Vtif
laetirinz Hair, per biih .... KQlOc
Spring Chicken, perdo.... .ti WAS t
did Chirk . live, per rfreti tJ WQI f'
Machlae maile, Kentucky, pet lb - 9ft'Jit
1 1 a mi ruane,ier iu
HICK I'er lb
At M CIO
III Cail, in kera, per lk.......
ft. in Loire
Itard,pci lb m m.
A CutTeM ...
Cula Siuar tn lnx
" lu I!.1.
Aoinneil iHiinbr,lb b4f
.1lri 3 IS
Illicit. 10. l it-....
...fa Utjll 4
Iljr Lead ..
h'OAI'-Ki'tln, br lk.
llaru, prr I
3 " t l
Iad. pr kr..
WliUe llenne, per buali
Nary tin do
Onion i-er bl
choioe New Witifo
....tt 4 .
No. I tie
Clioion Now liad..
UniiiMry Itod n'l"tT'b"tt
Ilrytirled arxwir I in to pinof.
Ucurlx'H .1 1 do
,.jl . '
Itirr to M, mphi -Fork WV-; WhUky ami Oil, V 1 M
SI; Hall Vl.ll.oo.-. Hour and ilrl Vwd.aOo, lin,
i iw k. Jo; (Mtn, V loo lb, Jfto; 1'oUtoe- nmt A le
it bbl, JU ; Nov, (i'nitiprepM.ll Vtoii, S4n-, llemy
frelRht 1 low li. v-, I.lifht fn-lplit V ' K.
Lumber, ilre.I, in Uuii'llen, til,J7); Lumber,
To Naw OuitN-FI ir, b., 40..; Polatne -t t
Aijii I'V; Fork, V bbl, OV; llverJIW; Whik ft
buf, bi.Vl: C...U ".I, V bbl, U W; IW11, 33; (Ma, J-
V l'rtlbiii TrV., per llh l 54 un Cotton, f 1 W V
Henry frrlnliU i-j.. Lislitfrnuhu Jac 1WIL.
llay, eompreedV ton i7
ItaTaa UllL rnaxN.V. am Itoaxoi t CAir.or in
IlLvt Li k. let 1 la i !': id do, ti 14; 3d do, 8171;
4th do, tl OS; iMH-!at Ho 7.
Cotton, coirpre.atxl to New Tork, UOflt. $1 M.
iincomj ir-icd....,..... ........... 1 V'
To lloatou, f nipri -d I J
" UIICOIllprcinl, 1
Oil HASTI'OHT AND WATERLOO
itK(;ui,AU riiuitsiiAV i.cki;t.
TI111lliTl1t.lrnllL.l1t ataniuer AI.I1I A .
HtcS5k. 1. i. KYJiAjv, Mnmer, w. n. HVi;it,
(lotK, will lue fi.r llio uIhoiii1 nil lutitriuotliiitr.
TKNNKJnn I1IVKI!, KVKUV TIIUIISDAY EVEN
IN(i. The Alpha connect cloudy nt Danvillo Willi trnin
for Clarkiirllle, Howling flrccn uml Loulatillo, niul
ut Jolinionvillo with train for Nuelivillo.
ltcturnlnR nie connect ut Cairo villi BteAtntr And
Iruin forull poiiilH. nultitf
Q Al irOANDrAI)UCAlI
The llsht drjnght peenger fitenmer
AlfiN W.H. AVHITK,
it. V. NOItTllKItN Matr,
j. t. liKVKlil.v m Clerk,
Wil. make rexuler DAILY TKIFS between Cairo anil
F&ducah, leavlm: Cairo ecry cvenlDK (Sunday cj
copied) at lire o'clock.
The White connect at 1'!uoh)i wlt'l theNcwOrleana
and Ohio railroad, and the Ciiinbcrlaml nnd Tcnne?f
For freijrlit or pawaiie npplr on board, or to
W. J. DUCKLKY, Apent.
IkuUtli Cairo, Illinois.
"11 -1 . . " ' . . . . r- ; -
KQULAR CAIHO AND EASTPORT
sri:An:it a. haki;u,
l.et Cairo overy MON'DAT EVENING, waving
cloae connection with train at Danvillo for CUxkj-
uill .ul t JnlinsnnvillA urillt Irmi
KI5 I)fo, MPal
ftnndlnK'iitom Dried Jliii'.'..''.'."."."'' .
?inn,ltnB MentnriririH.'nrn Flour, Mr bbl
i ti Hrtf.n in:i:r. iw in .! ...
DHSKD MUTTON, per loo II ...
to lllPC, " "
Veal Calve '
Mm Ilii.. ., "