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AflCALON LODUK, NO.. SI.
Knight ot Pythias, meets erery Frl
toy night nt half-past seven, in Odd
fellows' Hall Jno. II. (jossttAM,
ALEXANDER LODOE, NO. 4.
jHk . Indei.endent Order of Odd-Kel
er oi iruu-rci-
F low, mecu eYcry
.thJJSK ..." imPU "on
III their nail on
Commercial incline, between elxtb nd Heviulb
ttrretfi. T J . KtHiil, N. U. (
ilAlllfl l'.MrAMIMKKT. I. o. O. K.. meets
Win Odd-fellows' Hall on (bo Ontario: third
rni4ii.it in hiht month, ut tmir-tiast seven.
J .so II Ouamr, C. r.
OAlltOl.OmiK. N0.237.A.F. 4 A M.
, ifoM reicular communication in Ma
sonlu Hall, corner Commercial avenue
uiiil Klirhlh street, on the second and
uuiUi Monday of montli.
Everyb ody to knov tlist lic place to get
A smooth stint c,
A go-d ilnim no,
A fahl nablc liulr-cll,
Oi inyib tiK i that line,
1 at tlio (UiAND C trtu. I1akui:i
-lH r, coiner Eighth and Comni' rclat.
9 8-tf J. UKOKOK 8T INIIOl'SK.
ril HEN KB Ml Unit llerteert'a.
t3TIMifner II tr at Oeorvo Lattner'o
S lo n, nh Coramctclal avenue, tctween
tilth and flxth RtrcrU.
To Ike ('itlarna of 'nlr.
I would Intorrn tn rnniy triemln. tint 1
am ellll in the uvllon bu.-ln a-, hiiJ rod)
t feiteul lo all al' that nut off.-r. My
loin; extirtlci c in this liui'n" n cds no
comment-1 I- nn xi ritne t n my pun,
and pirtli'n nun tlllK yooiU t mj cite
need nu br ntiald a I am nu qull or
ii li In tU bmltiCM.
rtiu ci I utieii.liui klwn to re'-letatc nd
vu' oiriale-, ai IhaeruHcrmUiciiuak-)H;a-uh.
1) Hai TMan, Auctioneer.
Comer datti trt tt and Coaitnerrlal Av
Itcady printed packngf- of w.ih llsti
e:nni:li in eueh book to Ian two yr ir-.
for 60 ctnt eueh ut tin- Bct.Lr.TiN OJlIce
lor the next two du.V3.
t l.ntil) Her.
A ,1o, I lJiiuUry.
It I-now com ided that Mt. Coleman,
thn 1 Uilf'lre, . . I! l-'oU'tli irft. be-twi-en
.','iii itii.tO mil rcl d avenuo-,
h -nuc 'i t it: b t o dui-tt Itu idry
tain Inn it- n the i-ltr. n l l.inlluiil- ut
hotel-nd liojrdlu,; 'jiiii-i a ill tinil It to
their zdtait-ufu to call Upon ber
llur rie are n lollop: II ul and
boir-mitj.i on u wa-uliiK. cent
dozen. Koi piece work ir t ei
aa ti.llowt: Single .dirt acd
ar, tii p rd"Zen B e; .oek- 5e; two
lira, fc; tw h-mlkendilel-, e; ve.te 'Ale;
anil all K""t',"meii' near. SOe per
dozen. Ladle' lreie, ii to M j
klrt-1 1 In ; i)rwr. ft to 15c; two
ralr hose. Tc: two co lir-fi to 1 c. Kr la
ilitV laln clothe. 41 no p r dozen; tor la
dieotine o.otn r, 1 per dozen; done
drimptly, and promptlv lellered. I'a
tronaKQ olt-lii-d S-T-lm
fajrXX Amber und White rajr atoik
t'tivehiM-a at the Hullktin "fllce, priuti.-d,
$3 Wand 00 ht M.
100 barrel of lime. Im-U quality, forfr.de
at low-down figures at .luo. 11. I'hlUU A
Ten pound letu-r head", largo size, Car
lhde paper, rated two eeiiie hlgln r than
any other pjper u-eil In Cairo for print
lug letter heads ordinary composition
only $4 50 per tuoutatid at the Bijli.kti.v
At tho Bulletin bindery 18 numlx-rx.
bound in two voltiinea. lull xlll tuor
roiw, cost H ; for rale at $-10.
Go to LobU llrrbert'o lor HILNr
JKB. PIIm tur Beer fn-h and cool, the
fluent beer ever drank, at Chan. Sehoen-meyi-rV,
corner Tenth ft reel and Wuh-
A rine Mock.
Win. K.blc- de-t e t" inform h'n ta1-roll-
.-.nil the pit He gcneinll) , that li lu
now i n bind a lar.e - oeV I r' uc i ai d
Uernian al , Kl, anil M loccn. und I- pr
pir d 10 mo u uvture, I rutoie and ortlei
wear ib tine t of Moro o or O I kln
SUou.orti' t ; itul lur firm r, drajmen
and oil do r w a- gem nil; , bi Frin.'li
Kip utiinl- uboe aiiytblni; eerotlt red i
tul- market. II n I, 3 are i the latent
Htylcx an b ran gtiu anlee a til and Jti
taction to all bU pii'Oii-. ! Lt-tt
Go to Charles SeliotnuieyerV for fresh
SST Fnth and cool Wlm-iter every ihty
at Charles Schoetuueyer'f.
I'lLSENKK at l.vuU HetbrrtV.
J3TI ll-eiier Ihcr at (itorK Lutner'a
SalJoii, on Co.uiuir lal aveuity, beiweun
Mull :nd xt.i street'-.
l or Niile.
A ullvcr plated No. 1 rt i on Shuttle i?ew
ingMa' llli n. Ua d (plalioi tllil h, valued at
fs,), Will bo Id al i20 Isvi Uilt, on jjuuit
terms, aud onleri d dneu Hoiu ihi niLtoiy.
KOit sA E.
Col red tnd m unted M s of the i.'ty of
Cttho atJ W eaoli (l)all iiii;e.
A No. 9 Wlln.in Mwt'U) tjewliu: Macluno
valin il ut 7f ill lie lu at (JtS diicolllit
and ordJied direct In m the lavtory.
A kOO IlemlnKto i
bcwiig Jle!ilu cifi
on lo eat.li. Suitable for tailor or lmotaud
eon 8 A I.E.
At a tw(.aiu, and m j;ood urux, u IIowc
il'wlni l enl o My ne ti n .it thet;om
p iny'a ttlee, corner Ninth strrM ind Com
trtiiclul, KOU VLH.
opin Anierle." 4S nuTriera
i volumes, lull 'jilt Muroi'co;
A Ityl "E," " louuli, Warren & Co.'a"
I'or'ururga , rluht rorotho laetory at D
trctt Lbtpricu, 8.J00. Will bo sold for
Ft IK ALE.
A now two-hrfro Otmbl svarod.
" "iv of the abovo articles, apply at
tkt B VUBTIN olllce. E. A, JBcrtNBTT.
KATE or ADVi:KriMt!.
CJAll bill for sdvcrtiilne, are dut tad lay
blc lit AMANCI.
1'nineltnt advtrtljlns "III be Insert! at tli
trKrc for the lint lt.Krl.on
llU "ute fur cacliauh.cjiicnt one. A liberal
discount will be made on standing und display
Local notices, In" or otherwise, will be
I eluded ten cents r line for the first and Arv i
rents Tor each additional Insertion, (cotintlnK
.1 !(..- .1 . . ,. .. ... I
nc nun uu4 ujiniiruj i b uitcuuiii i i i
after third insertion.
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be Inserted na advertisements.
r'or ln,ertlnt Kuucral notice t io Notice of
meeting or societies or secret orders W cents for
No adve.rtUmnt will be received at lei- thin
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1675.
I.ornl Weather Mrport.
C'AIlio .ILL., fcept l,trf?5.
IlAn. I Tiia. I Wi.vn I Vtu
N ... I
TIIUMA9 .lUMKs, NerKl. . ., C.s A.
The Cairo & Vincentiet railroad com
pany Is still ut work putting gravel on
( 'oiutuereial avenue.
iSrl'or Clothing, go to lleilbron &
Weil'-, 142 & IU Com uerclul avenue.
A new Howe and Singer eeu ing tna-
cblue. Enquire at the Bulletin olllce.
E. A. Bt'it.vxrr.
Buf mess, wu are lib .-LK-d to inform our
reader. U again looking up, and our bus-llic-a
men leel grateful.
if. ,T. Cundiil is In neclpt of a ear load
of Northern eaub.i;.'!', whteli he will ell
Very cheap. 0-21-21.
The erection of the new building to be
put up by Mr. Peter Nefl, on Eighth
mreet. was U-gun yesterday invrnlng.
ajr For a comfilfte line of millinery.
go to Ucllbroii t U'eil's 142 and 141
Iti lot- lalj.
Mr. John 11. Connlfl. of New Orleans, the
partner of the late James 11. Wild, Is in
the city, aetlllng tip the aOm.rs of the
Trains on the narrow gauge, that have
been delayed for the pant three days ou
account ol the wash away In the track,
began running again yesterday, the road
having been put In order.
At the Arlington House. Enquire of
JKil-iK. T. 11. Elus, Proprietor.
Mrs. John Reeve, who has been visit
ing relatives and Irleiida In New Yolk
and .St. Louie, has returud home.
Col. Taylor left, this city yesterday
for New York and Philadelphia.
That Kntrit tlnuient.
The entertainment to be given by tho
Taylor Literary Society, take.t place Fri
day night at the Athcneum. It will be
tirt-claes, and will draw n big crowd.
Seat can be obtained by applying at the
btore of Dan llartman.
The Ijtat Herwoa,
The farewell cermon of the Rev. Mr.
Wallar. preached at the Methodist church
on Sunday evening, was lUtened to by a
very large congregation. Mr. Wallar will
preach his llr.st sermon in Ida hew field of
labor, at Mt. Carmel, next Sunday.
A. Marx arrived Saturday from New
York and Philadelphia. They were full
ot hulne3s at his store, yesterday, open
ing new goods that are arriving dally
on every train. They will continue to
arrive until the immeuse stock purchased
by htm 1? all In .-tore.
From the congregation who att"nuVd
the African Methodist Episcopal church
lal Sunday morning and evening, two
hundred and thirteen dollarn was col
lected lor the purpose of defraying the
expenses of that InMltulion.
$Sr nobby uilt can lie found at lleil
bron A Weil's, 142 & 144 Commercial av
Lant Friday a train m the Cairo & Vln
cenne railroad ran over n cow and broke
ht-r bind legs. The beast, it Is xaid, has
been lying where he neeldent happened,
neai- thu outskirts of the city, ;ver since,
without food or water. The authorities
should look titter the mutter, und end the
sutlerlngii of the poor animal.
A tiootl Oltortuiiitj-.
Mr?. Granger, of Cincinnati, a pupil of
the world famed Human, mid principal
ol the high i-cliool of this city, will, next
Saturday altenioon. orgaulzo a class in
Phongrupby, at Mr. Phillips' building,
corner of Fourteenth street and Washing,
ton avenue. Mis Granger U thoroughly
verad in this useful and remunerative art,
and nil who would acquire a knowledge
ol It, now have u splendid opportuulty
to do so.
Wc havo the pleasure of announcing
this week ii reduction in the price of W-
I son ctEvenden's Patent Oil Tatiks, which
dates from to-day. (See price list.) These
goods are now standanl. During tho two
f years they have been upon tho market
they have stepped to the front rflMilnthe
march towards perfection. From an uc
qualntauce with tho tirru of Wilson &
Eveudeii, we feel warranted in faying
I that iw quality of theli manufactures will
1 not decline with the price. Their motto
is a(or. Chuapo Oreccra' CriUrlon
NMMMM StMltl lUlM.
Regular convocation of Clro Chapter, The uoltl snap still continues.
No, 71, Jt. A.M., will be held at lh.) Ma- -Vo ngnt ,0 w,rn trm, MrJ 1)r
sonic Hull this (Tuesday) evening, Sept. Q.Aacy s no h);tlcr, nm ttiut hor llto Is de
21, 1875. Visltlngcompunlons rratcrmtlly spalrcdof.
Invited. (J. Havxv, Soc'y. I xi, colored lllshop Way man knows
Puller, cenrt. how to coax money lroiu a congregation,
Our two police Judges aro almost ills- a3 well &n how to preach,
couraged. Business with them for many The .Vim advised us to go and look at
days has been dull und unremitnerntlvc, 1 tho levee" the other tiuy." Let tls d
and -their hearts long for n change, n vise the .Vim man to do that ame thlnir.
well as their pocket-books for green
back. There was but one caie In the
court yesterday. Judge llross was tho
lucky man who caught the fish. The
prisoner was arres ed for disorderly con
duct, nne tlud.tlve dollars and costs.
HfHave you .seen the good calico dress
you can get by railing at lleilbron
Well's, 1 12 A 111 Commercial avenue.
A game of ball was played on the
Thirty-fourth street grounds Sunday af
ternoon between the Comet and Defiance
club of this city, which resulted in a vic
tory for the former by n score of twenty
five to eighteen.
Mr. James Phillips yesterday received
n letter from the secretary of the Cham
pion base ball club of Evansvllle, faying
that the club was now on a tour through
this State, and that they would be pleased
to visit Cairo, sometime during the pret
cnt week, provided It would be conven
ient for the ball players here. The Cham
pion is the "boss" club of Indiana, and
is on its way to take the Idlewllds of Pa
dueah in out of the wet. A club , we un
derstand, will be picked up here to give
the liooslers a little practice, and cuter
tain them during their stay in Cairo.
Tae Vrjr Meat.
Smith and Urlukmeyer, merchant
tailors, hate Jut received their Fall and
Wlntcrstock of goods the very best lu
the market, which will be sold ut the very
lowest prices. All who desire a neat til,
and a durable and beautiful suit of clothes
should eall ou them. 9-21-2w.
Bupree'a Elastic Eaainrl ar Tin aad
In each grain of sand thcreare marvels;
iu every drop of water there Is a world ;
in the great epeelsclc culled nature every
thing has its mark, place, and distinct
role, and in the grand drama called life
there presides a la w as haruioulous a.s that
which rubra the star. Ax day after day
dawns something new Is brought to light
Tills is a progressive age, and one ol im
provemetu. Great men have lived and
pasted away, and left a name that was
honored for some grand devd, or made a
discovery that was of bent-tit to the bu
mati race.' A new star is added to the list
and one Uiat should never he lorgotteu
Duprve, a native of France, after years of
toll and study, has succeeded hi preparing
an enamel for coating tin or metal roofs
that will effectually prevent them from
leaking. It neither runs from heat nor
scales from cold: it has
stood tho test for years.
Messrs. Pomroy & Co., of Memphis,
Tenn., urn sole agenta for thu United
States. Their superintendent, Mr. J. M.
Shaw, was iu this city lait Spring. We
had our roof repaired at that time with
tills preparation, and notwithstanding
the drenching rains of the past Summer,
It has not leaked a drop since. We can
recommend it to be all the proprietors
claim for it. We understand Mr. Shaw
ls again in the city, und any one who has
a leaky roof will find it to their advan
tage to investigate the claims of this
gr- lleilbron & Well make a specialty
of ladies & chlldr.-n'.s suits. 9-21-lm.
UMIOX COUBTY FAIB.
A Grand Blaplay or Kverjrtaliitf.
The Union county fair, held at Jones-
boro last Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday, was one of the largest attend
ed and most successful fairs ever held by
the association. The entries iu each and
every department was unusually large,
The mechanical display was excellent,
and the exhibition of fruit was very good.
in fact much better than was anticipated.
The show ot preserves, jellies, etc., was
extetisive in variety and quality. The
dorarstlc manufactures and fancy articles
department was full, and commanded the
attention of all. The number of paint
ings upon exhibition was greater than
ever before. Tho display ot horses, mules,
cattle, etc., was also very Hue. Dr. S.
Knight, of Murfreesboro. Tennessee, hail
ou exhibition,:! herd of seventeen cattle.
some of them full blooded Durhams.
and other fine bred cattle. Messrs. Sho-
tier A Wilson, of Alteuberg, Missouri,
also had a herd of eight tine Durham eat
tie. which attracted much attvntion. In
the horse department was to be found
quite a number ot tine animals, which at
traded much attention and were univer
sally admired. Johnson & Sou, of Cen
tralia, were there with their beautiful and
tine Nprmon, und one Perch eron horse
of the English draft stock, which were
I'unorted by them within the last two
yean. There were also several fast pac
lug and trotting horses, from various
The weather was very plensant ou
Wednesday and Thursday, and a very
large crowd was lu attendance. On
Thursday the attendance was estimated
at from live to eight thousand people
Ono thing very notable at this fair, and
for which the officers of the society are
entitled to much credit, was the absence
of all the various games and contrivances
carried on lor thu purpose of swindling
unsuspecting people out of their money
There was uo gambling in any form
All in all, thu fair was a complete sue
Auction of Rent Katatc.
I wilt otler for sale ou Friday, October
1st, at two p. in. lot 0, iu block I, on the
Ohio Levee, between Eighth nud TV-nth
streets, with house and till Improvements
on same. The house is now renting for
$35 per mouth. The property will be
sold to the highest bidder. Terms ot
sale will bo made known on day of sale,
This is s good opportunity ror auy one
wishing to purchase a good business
bouse uud lot. U. fctfciiA,
Dau Hattiuan, Auctioneer.
DUhop VVayman'A eonyrtgutlon on
Sunday was the largest wo ever before
.nv In Cairo, nud his sermon was excel
The Metropolis hog cae, after run
ning u day in the Circuit Court, broke
down yesterday morning. Mr. McCarr-
ney got tired nud sick.
The Su) says we enjoyed thu sermon
of ISMiop Wiiyman, and received his.
blessing. Well, what ot it? Wc needed
a blessing and the Bishop knew wc did.
The Citizens' Association will meet
next Friday night, In the council .cham
ber, to hear tho rvport of the committee
ou education. It will be a stunner.
The suggestion that the government
proposes to take hold of the Mississippi
river ut this point has occaloued much
dK-cussioii. Why this should not be done
we ilo not know. Alton, St. Louis, and
other ports, receive the attention of the
government, ami why not Cairo?
Mayor Winter, in a neat speech,
presented to the African Methodist Sun
day School, on lant Sunday, one. hundred
and sixteen volumes. This wus a very
appropriate gift, and was "lust like
Jack." He has len one of the most
liberal givers to eliurehsand benevolent
Institutions, and the habit clings to him
10" There is quite a revolution in both
dry goods and clolblug since lleilbron A
Weil came to the cltv.
Dedication or toe A. .si. E. Chares.
The dedication service oi the Alrieati
Methodist Episcopal church, conducted
by Bishop Wajinuii, of Baltimore, Sun
day afternoon, was very largely attended
by both black and white. It Is estimated
that between six and seven hundred peo
ple listened to the sermon of Mr. Way
muii, two hundred of whom were while.
Alter the ceremony wus concluded, the
Bishop remarket! that he had u secret to
tell his listeners ; that it was the desire of
the people who built the church to raise
the sum of three hundred dollars, uud
that he hoped the contributions would be
liberal. He then started out the collect
ors, who succeeded, with the aid ot the
Bishop who, by the way, is the most ac
complished beggar we ever saw in rais
hig the sum of one hundred uud llye dol
lars. After the collection, Judge Bird
conducted His Honor, Mayor Winter, to
the pulpit, who presented the Sunday
Seboor with u library ot one hundred
volumes. After a few extempore re
marks by Mr. W., iu which he said his
speech (which the Bishop had frequently
referred to us one that would be eloquent
and interesting) would not be eloquent;
that it !ud not been his intention to say
unyuuug on the occasion until a very few
moments before entering thu church, lie
addressed the eongregatiou.as follows :
My CuitiDTiAN Fkik.vlis : It is my
pleasant duly to-day, to present your
church this collectluu of books lor Sunday
SCIIOOI purposes. AltlmiiL'li a tritllmr
,'lt:. it may result lu u large amount of
good. It lias been said the. motive of the
gilt Is for .-clilh ends. Such is noi the
case. There is not u beuovoleiit institu
tion in your city but what has received
at my hands, some time or other, gift or
donations, some twenty-five times as
ostlyusthls. 1 thought there could not be
more appropriate day than this to pre-
etil such u gilt, it is u gilt that will. I
tun nullified, be remembered longer und
be more appreciated than money could
possibly Ik-. Receive It believing it Is a
gill trom a beuovoleiit heart, and from
one w no wishes Hie progress of your
race towards education uud morality
uud may the little oues who read the
pages ol these simple volumes, remember
mid bear lu mind ili.il when tlielr educa
tion is far enough ud vauced to read a bet
ter uud higher grade of books than theae,
lltut tlie same hand will be ready to pre
sent you with a lur more valuable library.
Loose uo time, but tieruse them, and
prolll by their teachings. Come lo your
Sunday school regularly, tor it is here
your youthful tutiids generate the first
lep inwards uniralty.
The only place to find a full Hue of la
dles', misses' uud children's cloaks Is ut
lleilbrou it Weil's, 142 and 141 Commer
Heiilember Term, I5 Hon,
The rase of the People vs. Parker
and Hosteller wus interrupted yesterday
evening by the sickness of Mr. McCart
ney, thu attorney for thu People. All
agreement was made by which thu case
was to bu taken back to Mu-sstiu county
again, reserving thu right of the defend
ants lo take a change ol venue. The ease
had eosl Mas-au county, up to thu present
time, near S4W, uud before thu suit Is
terminated the expense will near loot
up $1,000; and the chances are
for an acquittal. There seem to havo
been a plot by which tliudeteuduuls were
enticed Into tint all'ilr, and the chiet op
erator received for Ins service $100. This
sum was given to hint by citizens of Me
tropolis. He represented to thu cltlzeus
ol Metropolis that thu defendants were
the persons who had committed nuitier
ous crimes lu the neighborhood, and
iney wouiu puj ...... " ..u,m pei mi...
togowltlililniami ureiiK open a sinouc-
house iu lite city. They agreed and he
got the defendants Into thu dlllleulty they
are now in. .
EJft iUuicr Heer at George Lattuor'a
Saioun, ou commercial avutiuc, hctwiuu
Fifth aud Sixth street.
A cook mau preferred.
Apply ut the
CAino, Iu..,SliTKMnKn20tli. 1875. )
Thu cold weather still continues, butln
a milder way compared with last week.
lhls altenioon and evening were cloudy,
and Indications point to a change In the
temperature and rain by to-morrow.
Rain Is much needed to lay the dust,
which tills the air in clouds al every whirl
of the wind, making the streets and riding
or driving very unpleasant.
Tho market shows very little change
lor the better since last report. Dealer.
in grain, hay, and flour ore loud in their
complaints of tho dnlmcAs of the mar
kets. There b some increase iu the de
mand for flour, but not enough to
prevent nn Increase In the value of stocks
Hay, corn, nud oats nro overstocked nud
no demand for them. Choice butter Is
very fcarco and In active demand nt 25e ;
none In market; all grades find ready
sale. Not enough eggs come In to sup
ply the demand. The market Is bare of
chickens and demand steady. Grapes are
scarce and wanted. Choice npplcs well
packed find ready sale.
f Our friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are usually for
talcs trom nrst hands In round lots. In
rilling orders and for broken lots it is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
The demand has been somewhat live
lier, but has no', been heavy enough to
prevent a still further accumulation of
stocks. Prices rule without change. We
note sales of 200 barrels $5 007 25; 100
barrels 37 00 ; 200 barrels in lots $5 00
7 00 ; 800 barrels 85 257 00 ; 350 bar
rels $5 007 00; 100 barrels XX spring
$5 25 ; 100 barrels medium $5 00.
The market is overstocked and very
dull. There Is no shipping demand, and
very few orders come in. Sales were 1
car prime timothy delivered $15; 3 cam
choice tuixed delivered $14 ; 1 car choice
mixed delivered 15 50.
Receipts arc light but the market is
overstocked and very dull. Prices are
without change; wc note sales of 2 cars
No. i white mixed in bulk ou track 03c.;
3 cars rejected white mixed in bulk ou
track 00c.; 2 airs No. 2 mixed iu bulk on
track 61c. ; 1 car mixed in sacks deliv
The market rules dull and prices un
changed. Stocks arc large. Southern
Illinois oats are not wanted at any price.
We note sale ol 2 cars rejected in bulk
ou truck 35c.; 2 cars damaged in bulk on
track 2!te.; 1 car white In sack delivered
48c.; 1 car choice northern In sack de
Overstocked and very dull, Country
meal is not wanted at any price. We
note sales of 100 barrels City steam dried ,
Overstocked and dull at quotations.
Sales were 1 car in sacks delivered, $1G,
Choice Northern la In active demand
and very scarce. None at all comes in.
There is a moderate supply of medium
but hardly enough for the demand. ) e
note sales of 500 packages choice North
ern, 2rn)20c -, 200 packages choice South
ern Illinois, 23c 5 tubs choice Northern,
25c ; ft tubs good Northern, 23c ; 1 tubs
Southern Illinois, 22c ; tub cooking,
All that come In find ready sale,
and the market Is bare. Receipts would
command 15c to-day. We note sales of
300 dozen 12Jc ; 100 dozen 1 le ; 350 dozen
The market is bare and demand good.
Receipts were all taken at quotations.
Sales were 10 dozen young $2 CO; 10 doz
en old S3 25 ; 3 coops old $3 25 ; 2 coops
young $2 60.
Grapes arc in demand and none in
market. There Is a steady nud increas
ing demand for apples, but there Is some
complaint among buyers about the qual
ity and packing. Apples for this market
should be selected, and well packed in
large (three bushel) barrels, and pressed
down. We note sales of 20 barrels ap
ples t?2 252 50 ; 10 barrels oranges
$3 00; 10 barrels apples $2 25; 15 bar
rels choice apples $2 75.
Steady and firm, but nothing doing
outside the jobbing mid retail trade, for
want of stocks.
The demand is fair, with full stock ou
the market! Sales were 600 heads, 8c;
1.000 beads', 7c8c.
Corrected Dally by K. M. Stcnrnt, coniinUoiou
merchant, Secretary of the i.alro liounl ol
Klour, according to graitc
(jorn, mixed, saraed.-
Corn, white, sacked
Urun, per ton
Meal, ileum dried
Butter, choice Nor Ultra
Hutttr, choice southern III.-..
ERR, per dozen
Chickens, per doten
Apples, choice, 1T barrel......
Apulcs, common, per barrel..
Potatoes, per barrel
$5 (RVt7 &0
lb i u
$l,O06i 3 0U
Wet Nurae Wanted.
Inquire ut Phil Saup's residence, be
tween Nluth and Tenth HtreeU, on Wal
nut street. 0-IO-3t.
Philadelphia huts, the most fashion
able uow woru, ut John Antrim's.
. Hnrgfir Co,
Tim filrl niiln Mlkhi'il ilrv irnnda house.
If , t m.K,llt al lmj corner of Ninth street
commercial nvenue, will remove, on
, t ., 27t, wf September, to tho
building formerly occupied by W. It.
I Kotkwi.u & CoH book tore,iiow under
..Al.... ... ...n(e.j f ...ii fit. ,1 luefrn
I iiu.S I. . a. w. av . ."eiu
stock of fresh uud seasonable dry goods
New nud fashionable Neck-tles-u large
assortment all shades, at John An
NOW IS THE TIME!
A Now Mothod
"Revolution in the
We announce to the Public of Cairo and Vicinity that wo have iKIn returned to Cairo ami
opentd nt our Old gland
If o. 142 A 1-14 Gommwoifil Avi.
A full, t'nmplcta and Well Selected Stock or
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING,
Ladles' and Orutltmrn's Furol'blng Goodj, where wc will and ara now prepared to offer
THE BEST INDUCEMENTS EVER GIVEN BEFORE.
We propose to nlrn our Pry Ooods Store to each nnd every customer purchasing to th amount
ofsetrn Dollars (ST).'lcn ards of Calico Our aim will be to deserve the future conadencn
heretofore placed In in, auurlnr the public lhat our beat (forts will be tieil to met It the same,
"Wo solicit a call from ono and all.
HEILBRON & WEIL,
142 & 144 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK'! GREAT VAfilETV !
Provisions, Seeds, and other
Wm. Glenn & Sons,
68, 70, and 72 Vine
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good K.irru and :i,O0O acres ol
mlmproved and- In Alexander Jou ty.
'Winter-, flloek" ami WintrV K w.
A Ur,'0 number of dpsirable I! stdeuci'S,
and excellent vacant Lots, Mutable ror
bu li.ess mm es and rcshlouces.
House on Nineteenth -treet- for .V, with
privilege ot lease.
Winter's Block ultab1o for Hotel Offi
ces or Baslucs room cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, and 3, in
Winter's liow, 5 rooms cacti, for 10 per
No. 10, (cvnor) l-J 50--7 rooms.
Tuat desirable double Cottage on corner
ot Till tentb and Wasbing'on.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Eleventh Hvel,
rtiitalle for Dwcldn,' and Business.
Two hou'es ou Commercial, below Sixth
atrcet, suitable lor Business lloues ami
Two -mall Houses west of Twenty-second
itreet, near Pine, 94 each per month.
Owellluj,' Uue Twelfth, near Wal
nut, 0 rooms, for 12 per mouth.
Business bousu on Levee, near Kl!itb
street, lor $10 per month.
KOU LEASE, OK SALE.
A number of Lots on Levee, abote
Twelfth stre.-t, outside lire limits. Al-o
a large number of other Lots in ditTereiit
Lands, In tracts to sul'.ni nr Cairo.
Steamer Jim FUU, Paducah.
" O. II. Cooke, Evansvllle.
Susie Silver, New Orleans.
" Julia, Vlcksburg.
" City of Helena, St. Louis.
" Hickory, Tennessee river.
" John B. Maude, Si. Louis.
" Grand Tower. Memphis.
Tow-boat J. W. Mills, O.ilo.
" E. M. Norton, St. Louis.
" Leopard, South.
Steamer Jim Fl-k, Paducah.
B. II. Cooke, Evainville.
" Susie Silver, St. Louis.
" Julia. St. Louis.
" City qf Helena, Vlcksburg.
" Hickory, St. Louis.
" John It. Maude, New Orleans.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
T. P. Eekert, Paducah.
Tow-bout J. W. Mills, White river.
Leopard, St. Louis.
KIVKR AND WEATHER.
The liver last evening was Id feet 3
Inches on thu gauge, having fallen 7
1-5 inches during the revlous W hours.
Th' weather Is partially cloudy and
still quite cool.
The T. P. Eckert lias been culled to
ratsv tho Florence Lee, ns tho river Is
rising uud about to get away with her.
The Ella wus sold at .lucksonport on
the 19th to tho Elliott Uro3. of Memphis,
und with tho Augusta will form a semi
weekly line between Memphis and
The Florence Leu sunk nu thu Little
Chain, in thu Tennessee river, 10 miles
abovo Paducah, Sunday morning. The
water came six Indies over her lower
deck, and but little of her euugo will be
damuired. The Jim Flsk towed Diver
Ilirain Hill's boat to her, and sho was
probably raised yesterday. She Uud 600
sacks wheat. 10.000 feet lumber and some
other freight ou board nt the time ol Iter
accident. .... ,
War 1)i-aktint ItivEF
of Making n
Dry Goods Trade !"
Street, JI.t I..lTI.
Rendy Made riotlilntf.
Made from the cheapest to the riin.c
co-tly fabrics at panic prices nt John
.loltn Antrim ! now In New York, lay
ing lu :i stock of l'all and Winter good-t
that will excel any thing ever brought tn
this market all of the latest styles of
ri ady-inailo clothing In the finest good.
Tho be-it line of cloth ami Cnluiere,
the largest assortment of hats of latest,
patterns, and everything else, can now
Ihi found at his store on tho levee.
CiTl'tlsoiinr Beer at Geirge La'.lner'si
Saloon, nn CoiLinorcinl awmie, between
Fifth and Sixth street".
rff- Dr. Sherman, the great Special
ist. 50!) North SiMh street, has gained an
enviable rcpnfa'ioii iu tho speedy maimer
lu which In txe its all chronic dlteascft.-
See adverti-ement for his great Syphilitic
Eradleutor, indorsed by the medical fa
cutty everywhere. 0-18-lyr.
J. HchleMlimer, TPbotograpner,
on Eighlh slreet, between Commercial
and Washington avenues, is now pre
pared to make those beautiful uew pic
PORTRAITS G LACES,"
and respectfully invites the citizens of
Cairo and the public in general to exam
ine and price his work. They will lluil
these pictures equal to the best of Eastern
work, and, what is still better, n great;
deal cheaper than what they are tnadii
for anywhere iu the United State?. They
arc within the reach ot till. Call, look an
and price them before you go any wberu
It will pay you to do so. 0-10-tf.
St errlmut THllitrlnr.
A full Uue, of Broadcloths. English
Coating and Cas.-ltneres, at John An
trim's. t'iHioma denned.
Persons having cisterns needing pump
ing mil nud repairing can have it dona
promptly nnd at prices ti suit the times,
by calling on J. 8. Hawkins. Cross street.
I hare a man and pump employed all thu
time for the purpose. 0-lO-tf.
BIG INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWPERTHWAIT it PHILLIPS'.
Tk Boat fa always tka Ckaajrast 1
The sliding top la without Mama or
hlngat, and cannot gat out of order.
Tha maasurlna Purhp la trta aasMst,
raatMt, and ONLY PATIMT Ua1 uaad
inasaivanitadirontanH. Prloaa raduoM.
Sand for Oataiosua.
rtUnUtf u4 Mustotutn, 41 A 41 Wnl Ukl St.. Cttk-u'.
For Sals at M anufaoturara' prlcaa Toy
TliUlmuralloiilnow'acuoWlfHa to be
superior to all kuowu remedla lor- Uu treat-
HyphJllis in all ita Staged, Bcrofu
lotm AfTectioM, Okronio Ul
oors, iialargcinent of the
Glandd. , ,
K.neclal'v in Hvnhlltle UlrtTWS. lu which it
haa aavec many, when clveu uu mat tious br
tmiuent physician It U entirely vrfetaUu.
o cnange ui met is leijn rei u uu w umi.
in ail coooilioi oi unjimu
In connection with other medlclnea. If the pa
Kanttoanr part of Uw Called Btatv by ex-
Uolttd autf ou nseipt Pip-NSAV
600 Jlo'rHi Mvfti rtsifCaCo
-tMy. K ,i