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Knights Of Pythlat, Jut :t every Fri
day nl$ht at holr-piui even, id Odd-,
fellows' Hull JM(P. II (JoMMAH,
Chancellor Commander.
Indcnlent Order of Ocld-Kel-Iowa,
inii'ta every Tliurwlay nlKht
Rt huir-i'uit prM'ii, in ineir nniion
Commercial avenue, lictwwn hlxlh and ftevculh
streets, T J Ktiini, N, (1,
CAIIIO KNCAMl'MKNT, I. O. O. V.. meets
In Odd-fellows' Hull on the flrnt nnl third
lunula) in every month, si iiair-jswit seven.
I no. II, OnaiiLY, IV
a 0AIUOl.Ull(lK..NO.Zr7,A.K. A A. M
'llnlil rrKUlnr communications In Mn
sonic Hull, corm-r Commercial avenue
' ann KlKlitli slrrM, on tlir swoml ani
'luttli MomUr of each month.
Pnrlali Nrhool.
This next term of the Parish School of
llio Church ol tho Redeemer will begin on
tlnuo In olon sutecn week. 1,'nUer the
tamo supervision ami control uk It win
last term, tho School wll! be conducted In
a Mmilar manner. At the bcKlnnlni( ol tho
term a civs will lie formed lor the tudy
of (J colony.
Application for admission must he made
either to Mrs. r. A. Taylor, or thu Hector
Tho prlco of tuition will bo only tight
dollars ortho term of sixteen week, pay.
Charlks A. Gimikut, Itector.
PIXNKXKHnt l.anU Herbert'".
I.ellrr limit.
Ten jjountl letter head", liirKusl.e, Car
lisle paper, rated two cent? higher than
any other paper iicd In Cairo for print
ing letter heads ordinary composition
only $4 ISO per thousand at Hie Hri.i.irn.v
Job ofllcc.
Rnarllnlla orKvery lrrrlpUoii
To Hip t'ltlavn ort'nlm.
1 would inform in) miny fileridrt, tbut 1
urn still in the auction btislnep, and ready
to attend to all sales that may offer. My
Ions experience In tbl business nccdi no
comment i l mi experiment on my pari,
and parties entrusting goods to my care
need no' be afraid, at I a in no vpilh" or
uovice in tun buslne-a.
Special attention ijlven to real estate ncd
out-ooor sulci, as I hvo never lalsseil inak
log a sale. 1) Haktm.i.v, Aucllouct r.
Corner Sixth ctreet and Commercial A v.
InfX Rag stock envelope.! at the Bul
MSii.v ollice, $a 2.i per M.
I)tlrnll- Rooiim.
Three larg and very desirable lamlly
room , Homing on I lie Ohio, at the St.
Cbirlea Hotel, can be had, with board, at
ery reason iblc rate during tho Summer
month. Aiiundance o' pure air and per
fect ventilation. 7-10-tf.
Uo to
LotiU lli-rberl' for l'lLSE-
tOrXX Amber mid White rn-r stock
envelopes at the IlL'i.i.r. i in ollice, printed,
60 and $4 00 h,t M.
(Jrral Urriiicilnti.
First-clan room and board at thu Ar
lington Moiif, at 2.'jS per uionlli.
Tiios. It. Li.lis rroprietor.
.Viillci) uf Itrmosnl.
The well known barber shop, corner
KlKUtli aud 0 .tnmercial, pre-ided ovr ty
:ho popular artl-t, (leorc Stclnhollse, baa
removed oon d.jor north on l onunerc al, In
.he Grand Central Hotel. The now (.bop in
arge and commjdi"il, and those wishing
lor anyhlng artl-tic in the way of fashion
tble hair cuitlng, smooth shave-, etc.. will
Jo well to call at the Grand Central llarber
diop. 7KI-18-tf.
Olio hundred thousand feet assorted
lumber, tor wile at panic prices for cash
for tho next 10 day at the Wall & Ent
mill. .L S. McGaiiky.
A Xo. I Launilrj-.
It i now conceded that Mr. Coleman,
the Nundren, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween W ihln4tin ,t C Mutnerclal avenues,
ba one of the best conducted laundry
tAbllrhments m tbo city, aud liudlorda ot
botela and boarding Uousck tll tlnd it to
their advantage to call upon her.
Her prices are u lollows: Hotel and
boarding-house wahlng, T.'i cents per
dozen. Kot piece work prices arc
as follow: Single ehlrt and col
ar, 10c; per dozen 80c; sock Tic; two col
lars, be; two handkorchlcls, 3e; vonts 20c;
find all gentlemen's wear, 60c. per
doen. I.adkV drecscn, to We;
hklrta 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to Uc; two
pair hose Be; two collars 0 to 10c. For la
dies plain clothes H 00 por dozen; for la
dies tlno clothes, 1 25 por dozen; done
dnmptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
tronage Kolicltcd b-ai-lm
50,000 envelopes, all grades anil prices,
Just received ut thu Huli.ktin iob ollice.
for Nnle.
A hllvcr plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sew
ing Machine, hard (piano) UnUl), valued at
ess. Wilt be told at 5f20 dltcount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from the factory.
Fult SALK.
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sowing Machine
valued at 7b. Will lie sold at $15 dltcount
and ordered direct Iran tuo factory.
A i'M ltumlngton Sewltg Machine- $'i0
off for cash, Suitable for tailor or hoot and
shoe manulacturor,
At u bargain, and on good terms, u IIowu
Sowing Macbloo. May bu secu at tho Com
pany's otlico, corner Ninth street aud Com
meroltd. FoitSALK.
'l'lclurosquo Amorica" IS num'jera
bouud in 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco ;
price, 10.
A atyh " "Clough, Warren & Co.'h"
Parlor Organ, right from tho factory at D
trolU LUt price, i?300. Will bo hold for
FOll -jALE.
A new two-horso Otmblit wagon.
For any oftbeubovo arttclei, apply at
tbO liULLKTIN Ofllce. t A. HvltNKTT,
CfAII bills for advertising, are duo and pay
ablcl.V AUVANIK.
Transient ndverllnlng will be Inserted nttlm
rate of 11 to persquaif fur the llrnt Insertion
and yi tenui for each aab-einient one. A lllieral
discount will be made on (landing and dl-pla'
Ijcal notlcen, business or otherwise, Mill be
eharKedKn cents per line for the llrtt and five
cents for each additional Insertion, (eotuitlng
five lines and upward) n discount will be made
arter tlilnl insertion.
Churrh, Society, Festival and Supjier notice
will only be Inserted as advertisement.
Kor Inserting Funeral notlrc tl ''. Notice ot
meeting of oc letli or ecret onlers 10 rents for
ench liierllon.
No advertisement will be received at less than
M cents.
Fit IDA Y, SF.PTKMItEIt It, 1875.
I.ornl Wonlher Report.
Caiiio, III., .Sipt . 3,1s73.
Time. IIaii. Thk. Wish Vu. Wkatiirb
7a in WM'iw'' 8. I Ualr.
II ' .TI.rHjJ, Kl W. It "
I pin. f),v.n yi i l; 4 I Threat.
THOMAS JONES, Sergt. S. S., U. S. A.
A eook man preferred. Apply at the
JtcbuvriN ollice.
WftHli l.lalaj,
Heady printed packages of wash lists
enough in each book to last two years,
for ISO cents each nt the BcM.r,n.v OIIIcu
for the next two days.
Don't forget the Aral) celebration to-
A in. Klilcrn, Jr.
Wm. Ehleri aud his wife arc rejoicing
ovor their new baby a hoy. His name
William is two days old and weighs
lfts than lo pounds.
Hrpnlrlnir the NldennlkH.
Workmen are making thu rounds of
the city, llxinn tlio sidewalks by taking
ii) thu old and putting down new plaiike
w Uerever they arc needed.
Nchool Notice.
The I'arish School will open in the
room of Mr. Whltlock'o store, comer of
Washington uvenue and Tenth street,
Monday morning, at 0 o'clock.
Ciiahlls A. GiLiii:nr, Hector.
0-3-Ht Sun copy.
Itaruuiu, the world-reuowmd show
man, will exhibit nt Cnnniin a few days.
He Is now having this city billed, and
will run an excursion train from Cairo to
Carmi on tho day of the show for thu ac
commodation of those who want to visit
Ids circus and menagerie.
NhnsliiK, llnir t'nttlnir, tr
Conrad Albuhas bought out the well-
known barber liopof Ou lletui.on Sixth
Street, and his friends will always tliul
hint there, ready to give tlieni the noat-c.-t
shave, shampoo or hair cut, in the
neate-t hoi in tho city. Call and ee
hhn. !-.V2t,
Inn Allvo.
Go to the Arab celebration
anil have a good timn.
Thnl Nnaqnrrnde.
The soiled dove, who seemed to he
bent on having a masquerade ball, cave
the atl'alr at riillll"' hall on Wednesday
evening. It Is said that about twenty
couples were present, and the sport was
kept up until lour o'clock fn the morn
ing. Those who took part were exceed
ingly quiet and civil, and ihcnlhiirpasscd
off very pleasantly for the "unfortu
nates." The Arab's) (Vtrbrntlon Tn-nl(lit.
The Arab lire company will celehrato
the anniversary of the organization of
their company at Sheel'is hall this even
ing. A delicious supper will be spread,
nnd an excellent string baud will furnish
iiiiiMc for thou who want to dance. In
fact every conceivable preliminary neces
sary to tlie success of the celebration has
been completed, and a glorious time will
bu had. Everybody ought to go.
Your Name, llen.
Wo have on our tabic n communication
from somu ono signing himself or herself
"Coward," Inquiring why the school
question, which was so warmly argued
by "Citizen" and other contributors a
week or so ago, through Hie columns of
this paper, has been allowed to die out.
Thu writer of the communication speaks
very plainly In the article, hut we can
not publish it iinlos the correct name of
its author is lali' before us.
WHIItt'ti ANNiMtHtlt'C
Ann Grindley, a poor negro woman,
mado her appearance at Judge Itross' of
llce yesterday morning, nnd stated that
shu was in a destitute condition, and
needed assistance. Her husband, she
says, is now confined to his bed with
white swelling in one of his limbs, and Is
unable to help her in any way. One week
ago to-day two of her children died, and
tho woman, judging ironi her story, is hi
a sony condition. Shu was sent to Mr.
Fisher, where slio no doubt was cared
Ity referring to another place in this is
sue of the Bulletin, It will bu seen that
an excursion on board thu steamer Jim
Flsk and Ark. Bello will taku placu from
this city on Sunday evening. Thu Ark.
Belle will leave Cairo at six o'clock Sun
day evening for Paducah, where shu will
lay until eight o'clock, Monday morn
ing, when shu will transfer tho ex
curslonUu to thu Flsk, which boat will
bring thetii back to Cairo, arriving here
at noon. The fair tor the round trip will
bu $2 50.
For three days, lime at low prices, In
barrels, by .Ino. 11. PhlllU dfcSon.
For Ynnni mid Old folk
A trip to Paducah f.nd return on tho
steamers Arkansas Belle nnd Jim Flsk.
Will leave Cairo Sunday evening, Sep
tember 0, at C o'clock, p. m. on the
stenmer Arkansas Belle; return Monday,
September 7, at 12 on thu Jim Flsk.
Good music nnd .something good to cat.
Hound trip, $2.50. For tickets apply to
Jim Biggs, passenger agent, 0. Ohio
Levee. 9-It-2t.
Tho tinptonTrlnt,
Yesterday we received no Information
from the Guptoii trial.
Mrs. Vnn Stoddard, proprietress of
the Stokes House, died lat night at half
past right o'clock.
Unnr im Jtrw York.
Mr. Charles Stuart, senior member of
thu popular dry gods llrm of Stuart &
Gholson, left the city yesterday, bound
for New York anil tho finest stock of
dry goods that Cairo has ever seen. Mr.
Stuart's reputation as a cloe buyer Is es
tablished. He left with the determina
tion of laying in a stock of goods that
will "lay over" anything that he has
ever previously purchased, nnd ho will
be able to givu his Irlcnds and the public
better bargains in Ids line than ever be
lorc. N'W goods will bu coming in the
last of next week. Look out.
Mrs. Cummings, a woman who keeps a
little stand at tiie corner ot Tenth street
aud Commercial avenue, complained to
Judgu Bross yesterday morning that a
negro woman named Lizzie Howard was
utlie habit of raising a disturbance about
her house w henever she got a chance, and
wanted a stop put to It. A warrant was
thereupon Issued aud Ofllccr Lallue
brought Lizzie up. Sho was lined five
dollars aud co:ts. Olllcer La Hue allowed
the prisoner to go with the promlsu to
pay as soon as she could, and also in con
sideration of a little child, which, were
its mother to go to the lock-up, would
have no one to look alter it.
A Vnod MuKgeatlvu.
The suggestion ent us yesterday lor
publication by "Olin," in regard to a pe
tition being presented to the city council,
praying that certain conveniences for the
bcnellt of those sinners we have heard
spoken of very recently, is a good one,
and would, no doubt, draw forth bless
ings from thosti in whom "Olin" seems
to feel so much Interest. Experience
is tlic teacher that proses to us how un
pleasant it is to work under dlfliculties.
and we cannot help believing therefore
that "Olin," w hile ho no doubt feels and
displays much interest in thu happiness
of his tellow-meu, Is also looking to his
own convenience.
Remember I
That to-night the Arabs will celebrate
their sixteenth anniversary at Schcel's
Hall. Go!
Mk. Kpitok : I nin at a loss to know
in what way some of our citizens happen
to have tlielr proceedings Inserted 111
your valuable paper. The moment they
leave town or return, or are In the slight
est way Indisposed, it Is announced"; 1 am
really jealous at not being so favored. 1
long to see my name in print, as do sev
eral of my neighbors, but neither sick
ness nor death can effect a notice. You
should be more general In conferring fa
vors ; all who subscribe lor your paper
are equally worthy your esteem in that
reijicct. Why did you not mention sev
eral little parties given by our yonng
folks, equally deserving as those you no
ticed. I hear grumbling nil atound and
hatcn to acquaint you. Faih Play.
Kxmrnlon Tickets.
Illinois Ckntiial Hailkoad Company
Company 1
it. 2, 1876. J
OiTicr. or Gknkr.il South
Aoknt. Cairo, Sept
Excursion tickets are now ou sale to
the Loulsvillo Exposition. Fare for the
round trip, 812 CO-good to return until
Oct. 16th. Tickets to the Cincinnati Ex
position will be put on sale Sept. 7th
good to return until Oct. 11. Faro for
the round trip, $12 CO.
O-Mt. James Jounso.v,
Sun Copy. Gen'l Agent.
Accident to Obe Stanley.
Obe Stanley, the man who went to
Capt. Slsuey's and called him up tho
night Slsncy was assassinated, met with
a serious accident at the Pcarec houso in
Vienna Tuesday night. He camo to
town aud took a room at the above named
house. Ho went to his room about 10
o'clock, and laid down on the bed with
his clothes on. He fell asleep aud to
dreaming. What ho was dreaming about
will bo understood when It is stated that
ho thought "they wcro alter him," anil
jobbing his hand into his pocket for his
revolver, got hold of tho muzzle instead
of the handle, and in the effort to get it
out thu hammer caught In his clothes,
and was discharged, tho ball striking
him in thu palm ol tho hand, passing
through thu thumb Joint, Into and
through the wrist and about half way
to the elbow, from whence it was ex
tracted by Dr. Bratton. Tho wound is a
very painful ono aud may result in the
loss of Mr. Stantley's arm.
A l ine Mock.
Wm. Elilera desires to Inform bis pat
rona and the public generally, that be hat.
now on band a lare itock ol French and
(iermau all, Kip and M rocco, and U pre.
pared to manufacture, (or atom aud otlico
wear, the finest of Morocoo or Gait Skin
Shoes or Bi it-; and for farm jk, draymen
and out do' r wear generally, bis Kreueh
Kip standi above anything ever ottered in
tnls market. Ills Lasts arc of tbo latent
styles aud bo oan guarauteu a Ut aud satin,
(actlou to all his patrom, 0 U-tt
rlr Play.
In another place lu this Issue of the
Bullktin will be found a communication
from "Fair Tlay," who, Ironi thu tenor
of his remarks, Infers that wu aru partial
In our personal items, This is unkind of
"Fair I'lay." Wc are ever ready aud wil
ling, in truth, auxious to mention,
through thu columns of thu Bulletin,
the departuru or arrival ol any
ot our citizens, but wu aru not lu many
cases able to learn of their uiovciucute.
"Fair Play" nlso chides us for not no
ticing "several little parties given by our
young folks, equally ns deserving ns
those wc havo mentioned." We men
tioned I he parties referred to, not because
wc thought they were "more deserving,"
but simply for the reason that wc knew
when and where they Were to take place.
Thoe spoken of by "Fair Play," we
knew nothing of, or mention would have
been made of them. Wu would bo
pleased at any time to announce any prl
v.ite demonstrations ol the kind referred
to by "Fair Play," and will, II Informed
of them. If "Fair Play" thinks we arc
unjustly partial, and should like to have
hU name In print, let htm enclose fifty
cents In nn envelope, send It to this ollice,
and then shuttle off this mortal coll, and
thus afford us nn opportunity to prove
how kindly wc feel toward all mankind.
Wc thank "Fair Play" for the Interest he
displays in informing us that ho hears
grumbling all around, and assure him
that we shall watch that no movements
which he may make hereafter shall rs.
capo u.
Atnandus Jaeckcl what a name I and
what beer he keeps In kegs, you know.
Sea breezes are good but not as good
as t)cer that foams and looks as solid as
Amandus Jacket's beer. Where Is it
IromS It would require a hyphenated
nomenclature as long as a German
prince's Teutonic cognomen to tell.
A generous and accommodating person
would retire from one ol Jaeckel's kegs
with only excessive emotion. It pro
duced a nation of warriors, you know.
Limu at lowcit prices at Jno. B. Phillls
& Son's.
t H. Marine Hoapltal, Port ofXLonla.
sllle, Kentucky.
Dr. Thos. J.Grilllths, surgeon In charge
of tho U. S. Mariue Hospital at the port
ot Louisville, reports the lollowlng as the
couditlon of the Hospital under his charge
during the month ot August, 1970.
Xo. patients remaining the last day ot
July 71
Xo. patients admitted during tho
month of August 53
No. patients treated during the month
of August 132
No. patients discharged during the
month ol August 70
No. patients died during the month ot
August. 1
Nol patients reinalntiig on the last
day of August Do
Xo. out-door Marine patients treated
during the mouth ot August 8
Xo. private patients treated during tho
mouth of August 1
Died Andrew Craig, a roustcr, on the
steamer Kobt. Mitchell.
loo IT
,Wi?.Sr.". Ma-area, at J. B.
Too Many Drink.
On Tuesday afternoon, a party of East
em drummers, who, It would seem from
their conversation, had not enjoyed the
pleasure of each other's company tor
mnny days, nrrived In this city, and after
stowing away their traveling bags and
other incumbrances, wended their way to
a saloon on Commercial avenue for the
purpose of talking over old times and
having a good time generally. They took
a drink all round, then they talked. Then
they took another drink and sang a song.
Then another drink was called for, and
then one of the party, who seemed to bo
In a greater state of hilarity than Ids com
rades, favored tho boys with a song and
dance. This was followed by a jig by
another ot tho party, and was topped off
with another drink. This routine, which
no doubt was very amusing to the party,
was kept up until about six o'clock in the
evening, when two of the long-separated
friends got Into a tight, and were arrested
and put Into the lock-up. Officer Lallue
had got but a little distance from the
lock-up, when ho heard yelling lu the
building and returned. He found the two
drummers, who had been placed lu the
same cell, lighting like good fellows. Tho
larger of the two seemed to have it all
his own way, however, ns he had his an
tagonist down upon his back, pummel
ling him unmercifully,
Geo. W, Watt, of DuQuoln, was lu
tho city yesterday. He was quartered at
the St. Charles.
Mr. Louis J. Brooks, of Jackson,
Tennessee, editor of tho Jackson Sun, was
registered at the St. Charles yesterday.
Mr. J. G, Barnard, a largo saw mill
owucr ou the line of thu Cairo & St.
Louis narrow gauge railroad, was in the
city yestercday.
Mr. P. T. Brookmau, formerly clerk
ot the Logan House, Murphysboro, aud
at present a traveling agent for tho to
bacco and cigar tirm of E. J. Ryan, of
Louis, is in thu city.
Mr. Johu Clements, Jr., formerly u
steamboat clerk in tho Anchor line, was
registered at the St. Charles yesterday.
Ho is at present clerk in tbu Metropoli
tan Hotel of Chicago.
Four geutlemen from Kentucky
named McFarlain, Graves, Crider and
Minor, were registered at tho St. Charlea
yesterday, who are on their way to
Texas, where tbey go for thu purpose
of looking up a suitable place to locate
a colony.
lime, Unit).
100 barrels of lime, best quality, for sale
at low-down figures nt Jno. B, Phillls A
For fcale.
A tlnu Horse, Buggy and Harness, all
in good order. Will trade for good city
projierty. Call at Alexauder County
Bank. P44t
Caiiio, 111., Thursday Evknimo,
SKPTRUBKR 2, 1875.
The hot weather pa-dictions for Sep
tember will be verified, It tho month con
tluues as the tlrst two days have been.
Yesterday was apparently one of the hot
test days ol this season. Wu say appa
rently, because the thermometer did not
mark so high a temperature tit has on
other days, but the cool month that has
Just passed left us In a condition that
makes this unexpected heat unusually
oppressive. The dusty streets and lack
of breeze make the heat of the sun nt
midday still more unendurable. The
dullness that characterized the market at
our last report still prevails, and prices
are generally weak on leading commodi
ties, although we arc pleased to note
some Increase In tho volume of sale .
Flour is plenty, quiet and unchanged.
Hay Is plenty and dnll demand very
small. Corn Is plenty, dull aud lower.
Oats arc oveis'tocked and dull at 40o In
hulk on track, and 45c sacked and deliv
ered. Meal is plenty aud no sale; thu
same may be said of bran. The stock of
butter on hand Is too large lor the de
mand aud Is becoming damaged by the
hot weather. Fresh eggs sell readily,
but those ou hand a day or two arc neg
TOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are usually for
sales from first hands in round lots, lu
tilling orders and for broken lots It is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
All grades arc plenty and thu market
rules heavy and dull. Prices arc un
changed but orders come In slowly aud
sellers would bo compelled to maku con
cessions to effect large sales. Transac
tions were limited to 100 barrels XX
$5 30 ; 100 barrels $0 507 ; 170 barrels
city $(i8 ; 000 barrels $5 2D7 ; 300 bar
rels $4 76(5,7.
II A I .
The market is overstocked and there is
scarcely any demand at all. Wc note
sales of 2 cars choice delivered $18 ; 1 car
medium delivered SIS.
The market rules quiet and prices arc
weak and declining. The demand is
very small at ofaCc lower than prices
ruled a week ago. Sales were 1 car bulk
mixed on track, G7c; 1 car bulk white on
track, 70c ; 1 car sacked mixed delivered,
75c : 2 cars bulk white on track, C9c; 2
cars bulk white on track, 70c ; 1 car mixed
lu sacks delivered, 7Jc.
There is a small demand at 4.c, witn a
full stock ou thu market. Sales were 3
cars white in sacks dullvcrtd, 46c ; 2 cars
mixed in sacks delivered, 15c.
The market is very dull, aud oversup-
nlled with country meal. We note a sale
of 100 barrels country steam dried at
$3 35.
A few cars aru on the market, but there
Is uo demand. Prices arc held at $10 de
livered. Wc have no sales to report.
The market is a little overstocked for
the hot weather, and stocks are soon
damaged by the heat. Only fresh re
ceipts aru called for. We note sales ot
200 pounds choice Northern 23c. ; 2 tubs
Northern 23c.-, 2 buckets Southern Ul.
20c.; 3 buckets Southern Ills. 22c; 400
poupns choice Northern 22a,23e.; 150
pounds choice Southern IVU. 2le. ; 200
pounds choice Northern 23c.
Fresh receipts sell on arrival at 12c.
Those on hand for a day or two are hard
to sell. We note sales of 300 dozen 11
12c. ; 200 dozen 12c. ; 200 dozen fresh
The market is well supplied and quiet.
Small, young chlckeus are not wanted
Wc note sales of 1 coop old hens 3 25 ;
1 coop choice young $2 75 ; 3 coops old
hens $3 00; 1 coop old hens $3 00;1
coop young $3 00.
Pear, peach and grapes, choice, are
scarce and in demand. There were no
grapes lu the market to-day. Wo note
sales of 160 boxes peaches 60c ; 40 boxes
peaches 65c ; 20 baskets peaches 6075c.
t7na.aeattnabljr tha hast anataiacal
work of the hind tn the World."
The ever Increasing circulation of this
excellent monthly proves its continued
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The river last evening was 12 feet
C 3-0 Inches on .the gauge, having fallen
7 4-5 Inches during the previous 24
The weather was hot enough yester
day to-writ flic most exacting. It was a
regular scorcher, and paper collars were
on the decliue. II it does not bring up a
tropical storm Wo shall bo disappointed.
Buslnss continues dull.
The Eekert came back from Mound
City yesterday with her new chimneys
on board. They will be placed lu post
tlon in a day or two.
The Nail City had two barges of iron
ore and will no doubt have to lay up at
New Albany, as there is not water
enough for her above that point. If so,
one of her pilots, Mr. Mike Kelly, will pay
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trip to Cincinnati, carrying passengers
to the grent Industrial Exhibition and
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to visit thu exhibition should not fail to
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On Board tha
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L. M. Kelso - Clerk
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Cincinnati and return at reduce! rates, board
invand lMlirinr furnished while In Cincinnati.
n'rlofk. n. tn.. and will cmitv naacaKera to
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41 rtareUy Strict. New York.
Corrected Dally by K. M. H teams, commission
mercuant. Secretary of Ui Cairo board o
flour, according to grade..
Corn, raised, tacked
Cora, while, eaehed
Oats, miud.
II ran, per ton
Meal, steam dried
Huttar, choice Northern......
Butter, choloe Southtrn 111..
Kxwt. ncr dozen
.Jo 003s 00
.. TV
3 U
Chicken. , pardoMn..
SOU bo
irys, pardotcn......
Apple, choice, per burr!.-..
Apple, ooaamoD, oar banal
Potatoes, per barrel
it so
I 00
Onlvna, per barrel
I. ...... ...I I HI,...
Real Estate Colun
Several good Farms and 3,000 lcret 0f
unimproved l and In Alexander jout ty.
"Wloter's Block" and "WloUr't Hw,"
A Urge nuaber 01 desirable lUildeoces,
and excellent vacant Lots, suitable for
bu Iness bou-es ahd restdoncer.
House on Nineteenth street, for with
privilege of lease.
Winter's Block Suitable for Hotel, Offi
ces or Business rooms cheap.
Tenement numbered 4, 7, and P, In
Winter's ttow, ii rooms each,. for flO per
So. 10, (earner) ail r0 roont.
Tnat desirable double Cottage on corner
ol Tlilitewnth and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Kleventhstrtets,
suitable for Dwelling and Business.
Two houses on Commercial, below Sixth
street, suitable for Business Houses and
Two iraall Houses west of Twenty-second
street, near Pine, 94 each per month.
Dwelling bouie on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, 0 roomi, for tta per month.
Business bouse on Levee, near Eighth
street, tor 920 per month.
A number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside fire limits. Also
a largo number of other Lots in different
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Dlleionn--PlLK:.'r.Rat Loot Her
PILSENER at Louis Herbert's.
Weed Nnd Coal,
Wood, $4 per cord 50 cents off' lor
cash. Big Muddy coal by the car load $:t
per ton. All goods delivered.
O. W. WllEELXR & Co.
On iCE and Yard. Tenth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues. 8-10-lm.
Louis Herbert baa FILM EXE St.
Sewing Machine at m BarrlHee
Onu WHEKLEK & WILSON, latest
improved pattern.
The above Machines are as good as new,
and 1 will sell either al one-third their
value. Parties wishing a bargain will do
well to call and see them immediately.
8-24-1 w Dan IIartman
Cheaper Tnan Ever Known Beror.
Masou's Self-Sealing Fruit JursntSl 50
per dozen. Extra rubbers tor Mason's
Fruit Jars, at Daniel llarttnan's, comer
Sixth street. 8-31-tt
The Cincinnati Bxnoattlaa.
Those of our readers who propose to
visit Cincinnati during the coming In
dustrial Exposition, will bo glad to know
that this paper can be seen on Die at thu
office of E. N. Fkbsilman, Advertising
Agent, 100 West Fourth Street, where all
facilities will bu extended them to read
their home news.
Eslray Notlre.
Taken up, by the subscriber, on the
ciutity road trom Cairo to Mound City, two
mules irora Cairo, on the 3uth day ot Au
gust, a young calf ana red;cow ; blaae face'
under bit In right and half slope off tip of
Ult car. The owner can bate them by
calling and paying charges.
A Fine Realdence for Nate or Ken.
Corner Ilolbrook avenue and Twenty,
fourth street. Large yard and garden (S
lots) ; plenty of fruit and shrubbery ; good
stable ami carriage bouse. Will sell on
very eay terms. The houie contains tea
rooms. J. II. Phillips.
Cslaee rrnlt Jara,
at 76 cents per dozen; all the latest styles
in Jelly glass. Sealing wax In large and
small quantities, at Dan'l Hart man's,
comer Sixth street.
Clateraa Cleaned.
Persons having cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing can havo it done
promptly and at prices to suit the times,
by calling on J. S. Hawkins, Cross street.
I have a man and pump employed all the
tlmo for the purpose. 8-20-Qw
Pace, Elliott aV Co,
We have tb'sday aibocia d with us in
our business Mr. Usury Elliott, recently of
Elliott & Uaythorn, and shall contlnuo 10
do a general Flour and Commission busi
ness. K. C. Face & Co.,
JJbnkv juxiorr.
Cairo, In., Sept. 1, ls78. 0-Mf
Barter WaJitest.
Wanted, a first class barber. Steady
employment nt $15 per week. Apply to
0-l-Ot. Wm. Alba.
ror Sole.
Piano nearly new; Top Buggy,
Show Case, Burglar and Fire-Proof Safe.
Cheap for cadi. Apply to
9-l-lt. L. II. Myers,
Warning to Baloon-Keener.
I hereby warn oil saloon-keepers and
liquor dealers, that I will prosecute, to
tbo full extent of thu law, all those who
sell or give Intoxicating liquors to vaj
husband, Paul W. Allen.
8-31-lw Ei.uabetu Allen.
Examination of Tree he r.
Thuru will be a public examination ot
teachers held at the High School bullrUag
In Cairo, ou Friday and Saturday, Um
third and fourth of September.
Mrs. P, A. Taylor,
S-'.'l-td County superintendent.
Obstacle to Marriage.
Happy rcllof for youag'men from the ef
fect of Krrors aad Abuses fa early life.
Manhood restored. lapeillaeata to Mar
riage removed. New method of trett
rnrDt. New and reawluMe retaeiMee.
Books and Circular seat free, la sealed en
velopes. Address Howard Aaeoc-Uon,
418 N. Math PblUdttWa, Fa.--tutloa
hat-lag a high repnu'on ("
aaleoonduct aad profession! atoU

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