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THE BULLETIN.
.MI.VH.OIlKltLY, F.dllnr anil Fubllther
TKIIM3 OK TUB DAItA i'UI.LBTIN:
Ono week, by carrier $ 20
Oueycarby carrier, In advance 10 00
Ono year by carrier II not piid In
advance
Uno month, by mall s..
I'hrce months., ' P-"M
Six mouths
Ono year., -"-greet.
w .asI, velocity tiimllc per hour.
....r, fair.
maximum temperature last SI bour. nt
8 p. m., 78 degree.
.Minimum temperature, lnt SI hours, nt
4 a. m., fil degrees.
rrcvalllnjt wind list 21 hour, oiith
Total number of miles ttlnd travelled, I.iu
U hours, 200.
Dawi W. Hakxistt, OIncr.
ANNOfNCBMBNTS.
10U C1TV ATTUISNIiV.
We are authorized to announce 11. Wat
ton "Webb a a c.indld.Uo fur the ofllce of
city attorney at the anproartiliip municipal
election.
roit ma Yon.
We arc antlnried to anunuiico Dr. Wll
ham It. .cmlth n a candidate for nnyor at
tbc ensuing raiiutclp.il elect Ion.
Wc aro n jtli irl.jM to aimomiee .t.imc
f Jjwayno ai n candidate for mayor at the
approaching municipal election.
i on city Titmvuiir.it,
e am authorized to announce .Mr. .lames
.. FblM .1 candldalo for the onlee r city
treasurer, nt tbn cmulns municipal flection.
Wo are authorized to announce that Kob't
A. Ciliuilnf,'hiiii ivlll be a riudldate for re
rlcctliin lo the ofllce of city treasurer, nt Ihc
ensuing municipal election.
YOU CITY CLF.IIK.
Wc aro smthorlzcd to announce .Michael
.1. Howley n a candidate lor rc-elrellon for
the oflco of city clerk, at the rnsulmr mil
mcip.il election.
ron roi.ici: magistuiti:.
Wc ?ro authorize 1 to announce the name
of niarieMchncr,l.'-q., as candidate lor the
i rtlce -of polleo mojistrat at tho c n-uincr
muni ,Ipal election.
Wc are authorized lo announce Mr. .lame.
Ilyan n candidate for the office nf police
maslstrat at the ensuing municipal elec
tion.
Wu nrc authorized to nnnoitnce William
F. Pitcher an a candidate! for the olllcn ol
police masN'rate, at Ihe einulmr municipal
election.
Vku. m-etTi.Tiv or Cum): i urn a
. .militate lor re-clecllon lo IheDtllco of po-
c malslr.tte. Four year n;?o I did not
' -icic It ,i pos.H.lo I should llo to ask
c"l-c nralnat your baud', hut having Inn
i,r.'a' measure recovered my health, and
r rdini' Income tin- portion afford, I
u.aiii appear before you In Ihn capacity ol a
uiuJUat'Viud respectfully solicit .sour gen
erous support. II. mianm.y.
rou Ai.nr.itMKX.
.c it iv authorUed to niinuiineo i. .1.
I'oley in a candidate for Alderman In the
Fourth ward.
Wo arc nulhnrized to iiuunuucK .1. u, cun
nlnhaui a a candidate for nlilermati in the
First ward.
We tiro dulliuri.o.l to auiiouiir the naiiiii
of C has. O. l'.itler as a candidate 'for alder
man Iron tho i'ourth (li ward, nt lb.- cn.it
In.T mnnli-lpal elcetinn.
lty cuthority wc nnuouneo tint M. .1. Mc
(Jauley will bo a candidate for alderman
from tho Fourth ward at the :ipprnachln
it?clon.
Fllty thousand envelope Ju
the Ht I.t.r.TlX oillce.
received at
II
I.onl Herbert ha
biislnes.
ftniie to M. (.mils, on
Associate Justice Marehlldon sva in toun
yesterday.
Ur Thomas of tha Vluccnii 'Sun.' was
ill Cairo on Thursday.
Mr. AI. Kurd, river ropmler for Tiik
lirLLrn.v, hasKono on a ihlt u Coutialla
KnvclOpes furnished und prlnlnd at the
Hru.uTix OprirK at W to in per thousand.
J.'.tf '
Mrs. llurke, wife of tho late Dr. Ilurkc, In
un Inmate ai it.-' emmty poor limi. hu i
uitaiie.
Tuesday noxt in thj time liKed b law lur
tuu completion of the registry list, i: ory
viler should see that his mime I. 011 the 1M
"lefsre tliat time.
We learn Irom a mo-t rcllabl.' .ouiee that
a jrcat deal ol sickness prevail- hi II10 vicin
ity of I ilin, In l'lilaskl counts. Cerobro.
s1':1njl-mri)lni.'llis I. theprovniliit dlsenic.
r M. Ward I. now prepared 10 deliver the
iji-tnf sawed and split bUl.oiy wood to a'nj
f .r' f tUt city. Ali llVuid-..ruood and
1 jul U:u s un Iriinl.
r.-2ri u.
Tho pbec to buy uall papi r .md windou
shade Is o.t! hixth street, oppflte Win
ler'n block, where you can bu chnpcr
than any place In the city. II. Am.i:. tt
The neiv nlarm bell of tho Ilibeinlan Fire
( 5iiipauy was " Iiunj" yostcrdiy aftcrnosu.
It It an excellent bell, mid ut the ne.M lire
nl.smi will brrunir with such a lma,to
'hake the very earth.
WLo will be electeil, police uiaijt.lruteJ Is
Ihe ijuc-Mlon. There arc onl flsc indl
dule lor tno position anil every one or
thcrn l ready to stake hl worldly all that
he will receive the most ott.
Messrs. Straugbu k lliueklc ui'l clfr lot
Kale nt their warehouse, 011 Tenth .tract, btt
tween Commercial and Wnhlu'Kii avenuct
thla monilnr, one of tin llnc.t Uts 0 to
baco ever offcreil for sale In tin. inathet.
A good board onnuycr will be ydesmt.
The trect crotslnj on roplaratnl Tucn
ttcth street are In u very bad coiidlllou. mid
niWLtweuthcrkJU next to lmposib!o for foot
jiaswncrs to get over them. A few feet l
lumber mid two onlin e hours work would
br Mittlcieiit to put tin in in j.uod order.
l'hll Howard ay Iflils Irlin Is ),' tuko
no fjr an answer, he will consent lo run lor
mayor, Ho Is In nightly ilitad of a blt
from lJ) ol. citizens, led by the baud,
with a petition u-Llui- him to "come out."
l'hll' frit mis oiii;tit to .1 the thin;; us ho
doet tuid not botbir him mi) nuirc They
am huiu'Jrous fi'llow we kno.s, ten It Is
crilrl.
Mr. B. i'' lAl and ., l.ti,un h:io
loniiod 0 copartnership under UieUvm nuuie
orDavH sV J.fntoti, and will do n Reneral
Jlour nnd commUslon business. Hoth gentle
BjcnurouelVkiwwii rot only In this city,
but throtnfbouf fioutfioro Jlllnols.ns busliieHs
incu of cxtcllcnt ijuallflcatloa, and of the
tr!ctetntejvllr. Wo bcsjieak.forthe new
Urm llbml hro patronage, nnd predict
lor them iucceful careir.
tlrlct regulation und tupervltlon of
government, have proved tbcmielvet
ourariiy extortionate, And as mu
pored to freo Institutions and that
Lotwccn states na tho tion ie W
flcsour i.Icim "!,t mtl
povi..i hcanl hi story, and taxed
Iflho bill not paid by to-night
tt'illlamt ulll lake a room nt Mcllnle' for
Ihrec day.
We desire to direct tho attention of the
reader to Ihc card id Mr. 1'. l'clloree.tlorlst,
to be lonnd In another column of to-day'
IlutXKTiN. .Mr. Pllorcc I now ollerln;r for
sale Ihc choicest selection of homo plant
ever brought lo Cairo. Ilc'may be found at
the ;jun sloro of .lolin Ivochlcr, corner of
Tenth street and Commercial aenue, where
he Mill r.-maln lorn few dys only. ..,it.
.lolin ltt;iiileriin wanrn.lcd yclerday
onarhai-i'i! nl "public Indcc. ncy,'' and a
t'nici of live ilnlhir- wa assessed n2iilnt tilui.
After leaving the couit jounjf llimlcron
Indulged In Miuio Unguav not at nil compli
mentary lo tho olllccr who arre-led him.
lie va broujht back fur mi other trial, nnd
n socona lino nr "JUo and thu iimhiI fttlr"
chanred tn his nceount. lie unit up.
l'Olt ui:nt.
'Ihu brlcl:ofe, crivlOfl) III Conmirri liil
nvenUH. Applj to Hr. AVinlner. ;:-.lm
1SOU.M wam i;i
A pleasant, cheerful room, tltualcd on
Seventh street between Walnut atrcc l nnd
Commercial avenup, to be ucl i a IMI115
and fleepliu; romu. Apply lo
II. 1 lluiiNiiit:,
:;-Sttf C. and V. railroad oillce.
si(icKiioun:i:?' .mbbtino.
Omen or C.ui:o City Oa. ("o.
inn aimuai uieciing 01 1110 fiocKUolilrr.
mid directors of the Cairo City tlas com
pany, will bo held on the llrst Monday In
April, at the oilleo of the company, nt 10
o'clock a. m. li.T. iii:i!(it'i.i. ."ee'v.
l-tlf
-NOT1CK.
All cllUens r. hereby noilllcd Unit (he or
dinance' In relation to obstructions on streets
orldeualks; also in relation to dcpoltln,'
oll'al, ms III, or other offensive malter In thu
streets, will be strictly enforced from and
after April I, IhTI! I.. II, JlYr.i,
April;:, In;:). Chief of IV.Ice.
KKAI, i:vr ati: Full sai.k.
I u ill sell lot numbered 12 In block in, llrst
mldltldli, Irniitln on Tuciilleth street. Mv
house now siandlngoii s iblhitwlllbe moved,
loaUin,' 11 Kood brick cellar, cistern nnd out-hotl-e.-.
For parllciiliitn eii'tllru at my shop
on Twentieth tivct. w.m. 1:111.1:11s.
a-irdlni
UISMAISCIC ill'.NI).
A ifcucr.il mooting wl'.l be held lo-nlhl nt
half-p.i-t 8 o'clock at Philharmonic hall, by
order,oflho general nscnl, Keller. All,
mcmbeiii are rc'iucstcd to attend, and those
who want, to become member of tho bund
II. .M evens, 1'res.ident.
Ioiix W: l'iti'r.nt-, Secretary.
IIOTKI. FOK ltBNT.
Tho undersigned oiler, to rent tin: Iiley
home, situated near (.irecullcld landing,
yiUsnurl,nml at tho terminus ol thu C. A- V
railroad. Favorable terms will be ollerud to
a (.'ood tenant. For particular apply to II.
I. Field. Field'" .table, Cairo, or nn the
plemlscn to .1. H. liliKKNl IKI.K.
:i-13 ;:.
tn:STi.i:MBN:
Wo hno Just received i complete ns-oit-
meiil of our celebrated make of white shlrte,
In all the laic styles. We win rant them to
be thu best made ami best lltlliiL- shirts
maiiufaeliired. Mca.urcii taken and a lit
guaranteed. Wo arc headouartcrx for nil
laic Mj Je of collars, neck wear, He.
('.'Til Sti'aiit V Oiioi.o.v.
Cti-lAUT.i:it!silIl'.
Caiuo, Ills.. April I, IsT.'!.
Wc hao this day entered Into a pirtner
hip for thu purpose of dolnjj 11 Bencriil roin-
mlssloii and produce business. The style ot
our firm will be Davis A Union.
i:. F. Davin I
1-S-iJt N. I.ISION.
to am. wiiolVnrMv.cosci:it.N.
TliN is to ccrtlly that I hao this day
tr.itifcrcd and old to .lolm .Smith ull nc
counts due 1110 up to this date, for and In
u hat I deem n good ;unl eipuvalent consider.i
atlou, and that .aid John Hinltli 1 duly and
lawlully entitled to collect all accounts due
mo up to this date, this the 2d day of April,
A. D. lt7.".. .Ias. K.A7().
Caiko. Illinois, April 2, lH7:i. UUii
V A I.F A II UK 1M10VEIITY FU U 8 A LK
A GOOD HAHfiAlN.
A cry ilBslnibht summer ifsldence, situ
ated In the town of Anna, Illinois, 'oln by
the iiamo of tho ''Farlii property," The
house ha arB-c rooms, ood cistcin,
and suitable oul-tinuc. Thl property 1
now ollered lor .il! nt a bargain. Terms
curb. Apply tu ( '. Schick, Anna, III..
Orto-V. M. Fauix, IllnUMlhV, ICy.
I-I-Su.'
s C 1 1 : NTI I' I C Tl AC I U N TTl t N TUB IN
TBISBSl' OF HOLSBhTKBl'BUs.
Mr. F. M. Bnijll-h of llomlor-on, Km
Wry, known to many ol our citizen., Is
the Imcittor mid manufiietuicr nl uhat he
ull.'-ih, nnd U ready by actual trial to
ih'iiiiiiistralc, to bo tho only perfect washer
and churn that any ouu has ever seen or
used. And he ul-hcs nil l.itcrcsted In a
pel feet wr.shi r or a perfect chum, to call to
day at the Arlington house, near Washing,
ton awmuu on "eveuth street, and see these
machines In operation. F. M. F.nui.ihii.
l-l-M.
TO IIBAUDBD MBN.
ImnUdto Ik able to amiouucc ilmt I
havo so far rceoercd my health s to bo
able 10 roiime the management of my shop.
My old eiistomei 1 will, therefore, understniid
that In the futiile, ai In the past, that, If they
ilii-lre clean, easy i;ivi'., fashionable hair
l ulling, or any oilier sen Ice In my line, I
will bo on hand to bestow upon them my
peirouat attention. My shop, a U well
kuovsn, Is four doorii from the comer of
Blghleeiith street nnd Commercial ncnuc,
where I in He myold friends nndncu cu-lo-inert
n call and see me.
4.3-tr (iK.oiinr. ItKI.MMl, 11.11 li. 'I'.
obm'BBIj iik-idbnci: fou sai.b on
HBNT.
On 1 sti't-iilli slloet betuccu Washington
minim and Walnut street will be x.ieait
April 1 a small white lmiii-c, painted red,
with tuo front doors In tho back-yard. At
llrt lght this may seem somewhat paradox
liul, still the Aw rlll Chemical 1'nliil iccoin.
uici.dilt-cirand defies competition. It pic
seulsa smooth polished mrlace which with-
stamlslije il i tof heat ami com, nun or
sunshine, and can bo easily cleaned. It Is
neatly pump In tin palls, niUcd, ready for
ii.e, and In all clor. Vholealo agents,
N. B, Way k Co., general coniuiUlon liar-chant-,
hlxtli street, between Washington
nud Couumrclal aeuues. 1!. F. Meigs,
piiliiirr, Washliigti.il incuue, retail aj(eiit,
.i-ao-w
CAIRO DAILY
tho
n
NBW UOOIW.
Jlrs. Anna I.anir on KlshthHrect, between
Commercial nud Wnshincton avemic!, lias
jut opened out n etocU of new nnd fashion-
nblo millinery goods, she has 0110 hundred
and fifty different Mylcsof hat and bonnets,
besldo n latgo ftsortincnt ol ribbon, (low
er iiivt nntliuis of nil ort, nil of which Ull
be t)d at the lowct prices.
NOT1CK.
On till round frralit received In torc In the
C1I10 Centre cloxator after April 1, 1S70, un
til liirtiirrimtics. lonigc ulll be charged nt
(lie rate of IJ ceutuper bushel for the first
ten day or pait of muic, and 1 cent per
bushel for each auerecilltiK tell day. or part
ol sMiie that tho tin may remain In toro
llijsln? ?raln and ewln bag 1 cent per
bushel. ,), ,t P., lU'OKINOH KM."
( Aliio, MMrch UH, l7y. ll 'IMiv
MASO.N10 riiSTIVAi..
A festival to commence on Monday even
Iny, April T, will bo fedven by tho (colored)
.Mnonle fraternity of this city, In tho brick
building on the comer of Washington avc
into and Eleventh street. Neither pain nor
oxpenso will be -.pared to make tho festival
a nieee ; and It Is expected thatKmttc
num whoplri! lo become the guardians of
the city lortho next luo joat--, ulll be pres
ent and " tpi'iid their money freely.' The
proceeds of the feslhal will be used lor the
liencllt 01 the colored Maonle lodgo ol
Cairo, (iood music will bo present ; and wo
ar! H"Urcd by the panic getting up the
fe'livnl that tbc patronage of ull black und
white will he thankfully received.
CI'IIB FOIt sTINAI, JlBMNrtlTI.
BniToit DUI.I.K1IN I send you n receipt
for ciirlii',' that terrible tllrnc spinal
nieiitngltls. It tvns furulalied by a relative
who Ike In l'cklu.nnd he says; the physicians
Ihero pronoiinen It the best or only cure.
You cun glu It a place In your columns II
you think proper. Ilfspeetfnlly,
iiKcr.trr.
Wxrin bath In mustard water until the
tiattciit Is in a iiresnlratlon Unflmnn'a
anodyne lor babies: morphtnu fer uilults In
case ol pnm. .Mustard or blisters to
hand and fect;glu brandy or whlskoy
freely, and us s-oou as the patient shown uny
Improvement, (pilntno cery hour, In doc
according to agi'. About the iM ond day,
gle a dose ol calomel nud follow with podo-
pin Itu purgalixc.
I'lic gcntlcnviu who liniiisbc this iccelpt,
sajs Ihatwhcn billowed it cure nine out of
ten cases'.
TUB bLkCTION SATI UDAY.
The election tor a new board of education
will occur to-morrow ; and it is of the ut
most importance that none but tho best
men bo placed on tho board. It I desirable
that men who hao nn Interest In our
schools, and who, If placed tlpgu the board
win uAcrcisc mat interest, ana uesoto a
reasonable amount ot time nnd nttcntiou to
the subject, shall be elected. The gentle
men named In u communication published
in TllK IIih.I.ktin ol yesterday, wo believed
nrc griierally neceptlble to tho people, and
would glo tho aftalr of our schools in
much thought and attention its uny who
could ho named In the city. Mcisr. Haiti
day, Ilurd, l'aee, Ililghum, FMicr and
Schiih all take the lUellcst Interest in tho
cause of education ; and wo aro sure thcro
Is no 0110 among them who Is not eminently
miahticil to serve 011 tho board. The ticket
Is 11 good one In all respect4, and should be
elected.
CIIAMI1KU OF COMMKHCB
Tho attendance at the Chamber ot Com
mercn vesterday morning wa large, nud
business lively.
Alter the sales ucrc over
tho Chamber was called to order and the ns
port of the committee appointed to address
a memorial letter to the president of Ihe
Memphis l'acket company was read, nnd on
motion of Col. Wood, the report was adopted
and a copy ordered to he placed on record,
and a copy forwnided to tho president of
tho company. We regret that hi report of
the grievance of our met chants Is too long
for our columns to-day, but we trust ull til r-
llcultlcs with the Anchor line will soon he
removed.
'filename ot several ne.v incmbci were
proposed ami rclerrcd to the board lor nc
tlon, urter vihtch the chamber adjourned.
Among the visitors present wu may men
tion the naiiii i ol M. V. Allen, Chicago ; B.
II. Cbpp, Itloomln;ton, Illinois; W. I.,
ltcbl. Memphis ; 11. MeCorklo, Illinois; Col.
Wood, general freight and ticket nguit, C.
and V. railroad.
Sale reported were as follow :
six cars h.iy, damaged, from 1 bale to IU
per ton; .".0 bale hay, damaged, (1 2."i; 1 Ion
hay, damaged, SIS; 1 car white corn, . and
D, 47c; I car strong mixed, ri "and D, 4Tcj 1
ear mixed corn, ri and D, He; 1 car while
corn In burlap, 1, lie; '1 cars yellow corn,
is and D, 4"c; cur mixed corn, dtiudeui),
D, ISc; I.'Kl sack oats, I), :i.V; b bbls Hour,
A., ?G; 1S1 bbls Hour, various grades, 011
orders, .'C iVY8 co; 2S bbls St. Charles mel,
011 p.t.
-MA Tk KT1 WO RT.
Vmat CimtuMV Ornoit, 1
Cairo, Thursday, April 3, 187.1.
OKNKRAI, KEMAllWt,
Hut littln chango lias occurred in the
general condition of tho market linco our
last issue. The corn meal market li, it
posible, duller than oser, and largely
over stocked. Flour li dull, very little
demand. liny Is hard to sell at any price
The fouling in corn nnd cuts Is strougor.
Thorn hns been 110 ehango in tho price of
cirn, but oats, liavo nn upward tonduney,
.Shipping facilities luivo improved, but
there i till considerable complaint
nnioug mcrch&nta shipping to tho South.
Our reports of sales ara made up from
actual transactions on 'Change, and may
bo rolled on . showing tho correct condi
tioti ot the market. A targe amount of
grain and produce hat been told outtido
of which wo havo no report. With tho
regular report of to-day wo publish tho
ratuiof weighing, forwarding, .forage and
comuiisilont adopted by tho Cairo Cham
ber of Cominerco, Milch went Into ef
fect on tho first day of April, and to which
we Invito tho attention of correspondents,
MfCorrotpondouU should bear In
mind that our quotations represent price
for round lot fioni lint hands, unions
otherwise tinted, and that in tilling una!!
orders higher price nuit bo pald.j(f
FI.OIH tty dull, I.argn stocks
were put on thu market to-day, but no
round lot wore soldOur report ombraco
130 bbls XXX. 7 35 j "5 bbl do, K ; 500
bb! vricw jjradei $0 .Ml to S Ml, y;Kie(
by Cairo city mill wero 100 bbls white
whoal family, 810 j 1100 bbl XX XX t'J;
150 bbli XXX,f8; 100 bbls XX.V super,
7 50: 'J00 bbli XX, 0 25.
IJAY No demand at nil, Stock are
Urge, and becoming damaged, Common
mlxod and prario hay will not sell at any
price, Sales comprise 3 cart choice tlao-
BULLETIN, FRIDAY, APRIL
Iby delivered ?17j 2 cars, cbolco mixed dol
f 10, Wa note one cale In round lot 01
C cara mUod rtmglng In prica from one
dollar per bale to thlrUen dollars per ton.
COKK Tho stock or mlxod and wime
has bonn fully eitil to tho ilercand. The
market shows a baiter fellng to-day and
cloied firm with an upward tendency.
Sales of 450 tacks whitodel 47c; 4 can
whlto in burlap del 17c; 1 car white del
from store, In dundets, IPc: - can mixed
In lacks del lie; J car yellow do 132 o.
1 car strong whlto mixed sa-.-ked and dol
47c; 12 car mixed In taoks dol 44c; 5
cars choicn mixed In dundoct del 45c; 3
car mixed In bulk on track 3.V; and 'i
cart uhit do do CSc.
OAT.3 In demand and firm. There I
a fair 1 loci: in storo hold for nn advance
In tha market. Thure whs nono offered
on 'Change to-day, and piices have ad
vanced over last woek. Slo were 8 cars
mixed in sacks dol 8r, - car iI j 3te; 150
sacks do i!5c and 2 c.ri In bulk on track
sold nl "So.
UOHN MBAli-Vory dull nnd market
overstocked. Ihiyers and tellers wero
part to-day holdort H 25, buyer $2 05.
Very littles meal It selling except that
used in tupplyiti the order trade. Hales
ori'Chago wero 100 libit $2 -0 ileum dried
and 50 bbls St. Chariot on p. t.
WHV.AT None on'ercd on 'Chango.
IJuotation on the lreet arc choice white
5'.; No 1 41 lr; No 2 fl 80; choice red
II 85; No 1 $1 TV No L1 $ I rtj; .Mediter
ranean $1 05.
DBA N Plenty, dull and unchanged,
Salet 'J cars In sacks del f IS.
1IUTTKB Cholcu It scarce and in ac
tive demand. Sales, 10 pkgs solid pucked
30i-, 'JO pkgs do'ifS;:b!.
EOOS lteceiptt have been moro lib
eral, and the market it easier. Sales to
day were made at 15c shipper scount.
CUICRBNS-Supply about oouals the
demand. Choice hunt find good sale at
74, and choice mixed f 3 50(34
Al'1'LF.S Unchanged. (Jholco aro in
fair demand, and telling ist $45; com
mon SJ 50.
OIlANOKS-l'ltnly and quiet; selling
at $45 00,
rOTATOHS-fnchangod; hard to tell.
We note sales of 100 hbl l'each Ulows
del$2Q'i 25.
ritOVISIONS-All kinds of smoked
and dry fait meats aro In fair demand and
modorato supply. Quotations are a shad
higher, and stocks are held in anticipation
of an advances To-day, bacon shoulder
packed wero hed at TjQj'Jc; clear sldet
packed 0JI0c; plain country cured ham
ll12c; plain tugar cured do 12(7j12c;
lard in tlercn TlGicl I'1 l'rg
10c; pork $17.
HAMS Sugar cured cauvad, in
lots at li15c.
IJI5UKAKFAST UACON-UiOI'Jc.
SUO Alt. Active and telling lltjc for
coffeo A ; 1 1014 J c far crushed, powdered
and granulated
TEAS. Imperial, 7tl 'J5; Ounpow
der, 7:t 25; Oolong black, 75J1
Young Hyton, $11 40.
CHEESE. Good demand ; Nw York
factory VI lb lCJ17c.
SYBUPS The demand it fair for
choice at ('0c$l y gal arid New Orleam
nt 7580c.
I'LASTEUINti UAIK.-8oo bushel.
lilMB. In lolsil 5 lo 1 50 V hbl.
CEMENT. At whoIesHle 50 V
bbl.
COAL OIL.-l!5f,s'J7c.
OUNN'IES. Kc.owed 2J buholt I8c;
3 bushels '.'Oo. I
HBULAl'S.-'JJ bushel corn, 1 0.
15Jc; do 10 02 10c; -i buthel Oat t!Cc; 6
.buthels'ilc; 0 bushels 2'A-.
HEt:3WAX. V lb 30c.
SOAl Schacll'or' Oertuan niottled
7 Jc; Champaign onp, "le.
TALLOW, V- lb 7c.
COFFEE Scarce. .Itu telling at
30.02c; Laguayra aJQ'tSv, ltio, prime to
cbolco 2125c.
BI'OOMS. Dull; common houe tell
at I 50; cbolco and extra chwieefl(g
8 75 ; steamboat ? i 505 00.
Fit EIGUT Cotton, compreed, to
Now York, b5c; to llostcn, $1. Un
comprei'ed, to New York, ?l 1 ; to Bos
ton $1.
BATES To Now Orlenn aud Vickt
burg : Potatoes, applet, etc, 50c; pork
$1; pound freight! 25c per vwt; hay
7 50 par ton; wuitkey $1 40 per bbl.
TO MEJaTHlS-l'lour, otu .15o per Its);
pound freights I'hi por cwt; hay 0 00 per
ton whiskey I0o per bbl; pork 6Q psr
bbl.
The following rate of charges for weigh
ing, forwarding, storage ami commissions
were adopted by tho Chamber or Commerce
at tho meeting on Saturday, thu same to go
Into effect 011 Monday, April 1, b7:i :
iiatks or WKIOIII.SII.
Grain, hay, brau, etc., per car 1 CO
Bull; meats, per car f, 00
Other articles in proportion.
When sold dollvored, transfer char
ges on grain, hay, bran, Hour,
meal, etc., per car 6 00
Transfer to store, por car fi 00
l-.ATSA 0' t'OIIWAUIIINU.
Grain, pork, tlour, hay, meal, lard,
oils, apples, potatoes, bacon and
dry salted meats in packttgos,
bagging, balo ropo, etc., pur car
load
Less than car load, por ton
$5 no
I 00
Attortod merchandise, car lots, per
ton
Less than car load, por ton
No lot forwarded including dray
ago for less than
1 CO
Machinery por contract
Wagons, per enr $10 00
Hulk meat, per car 10 00
Lumber, por car 10 00
Uridgo Iron, por car
10 00
UATKS) or COMMISSION.
Flour
Hoy, merchantable
11
" damaged, per ton.,.,
Whiskey, 25 bbl or over
Fork, ctc,car load
Leo than " "
1 50
Si
Domestic linuort.oxcent whiskov
Gniin,ln hags or hulk 2
stutter or cheese
Cooperage
l'otatoes, applet, eggt, drested hog,
poultry, dried fruits, and other
produce not otherwise rnentlonod
Small fruit and vegetables
Cotton yarn.nalls wirdow class and
other Pittsburc or Southern '
Manufactured articles
Cotton
Tobacco ,
" manufactured
Clover.tlmotby or other eods..
I.ad,ptg or,bloom iron
5
4, 1873
For accepting tlmodrafti or making
casn aavancet, endorsing notcaor
bill of exchange 1
AATKS) or STORAOB.
One Succeed.
tnontn trnsf
Tobacco,
per hogshead $ CO
" to
uugar,
.Molasses,
Linuori.
36
50
50
!20
20
" or pipe..
Oil,
un, por tierce
Flaxseed or ltlcc, par tierce
Snlt, per barrel 6
un, molasses or foreign liquors,
por narrei 10
' U I - I. 1 t I . , .a
12
lu
hlsky and elder, per barrel
Sugar and fish, per barrel
ti.... I., v . . .
3
i.ir, nppics, ooant, nnn pom
tec Soap and candles, In boxes
lue, in boxes or basket
Itnlilii and llgt, In boxes or
drums
Window glass, boxes
" halfboxe?
Halo rnpo, per coil,..
UKt!illg, per pb ee
" " Half r.lere
Cordogn, tarred or white, per
hundred pounds
Sailed hides, per H0 pound...
Dried hides, each
Crato of nueenswarc, or cask,
small si.u
Crato of ijueenswaro, or ensk,
largo size
Coffee, popper nnd pimento, per
nag
Iron, sheet, lead and shot,
per hundred poundi
Turpentine, per barrel
Gunny bags, per bale
13J
.slanulncturcd loliacoo, pur !oi.
Dryood or other morcbandlie
In assorted lot, tier li'Olbi..
10
1
.1
it
20
1
to
Salt, O. A. and L. li , par sack
alt, T. 1 , per sack
Vnlto lead, por keg (25 lbs) .,
Nails, per keg
Hamper of bottle
Ucam of writing or wrapping
papor
Ova wood, nnr ton
Cficctc, por cask (100 bcxes) .
Tea, por half chest
(iraln in taclit; two, and two
and a half bushel laekt
Grain in tack ; three bushels
and over
4
124
Domestic, per balo '.
to
Vlg lend, per pig
H ...
4 it
15 12
00 ...
00 . .
:i5 ...
man, per tacK....
Hay, per balo
lleniD, per ton
Tow. "
Cotton, per bale
itroad, per barrel
" one hundred pound
boxes
Bread, II fly pound boxns
UKO'P.ICi
CUKA1' GKOOEKI ES
THE 2TS"W SYSTEM.
(laOOIHIXl SITAILCD AT VrHOI.KalI.1
fRicaa rna paii.
AT II. C. THIELKOKK'S STOKB'
WAIU1SQTOM AVINtI. JlXrwEIK TINTII
AND SI.XVEMTI1 STKIXTB.
BC i. but Cuba Sugar for -95 0
91 " " " " ... I 00
0) lbs. A coffee Sugar. N. T. Std. - 1 00
4 " Prime Kio Coffee for - - 1 0C
3J Cholco . " 1 Of.
3 14 Old Government. lava 1 0(
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cseap.
Goods new and full weight gives. Call
and try.
John suekuan,
RETAIL GROCER
AaJ Ulr lu
VKtsETAUI.KJ. FltiriTfl, KGGsj, I.AIID
FRESH HUTTKll, ETC.
ST All Goods warranted rresb, ami solo
the lowest price.
Corner 9th St. audCommerelalAvp.
7-23 tf.
SAVE MONEY
And buy your
BOOTS SHOES
or
fi. .IO.VKP,
Cor. Thi ttl auil ('iiiiunts'lal Av
I urn now prepared 10 mamifaclure all
spring alytes, such as patent leather, mnrrnco,
buck and eall-skln boots, sdioe. Willi box
toes, cork and pump soles, Scotch bottoms,
aud bevel edge or any other style you wish.
I am also m:timfncliirlii. un rxtra quality
of ladles' shoes. My material and work
manship are warranted to be of the best. 1
am determined to not be undersold for thu
same quality of cnods.
l'niialrlng doiii! neatly and on thoit
SUtlC It. .tO.NKS.
1. 11. MATnues.,
. 0 .nn 1
MATI1USS & UUJ-
AflD UENKUAL
O O M M I S 8 I or M E It C HANTS
HEALER'S: i.N
lAi' AND WESTKltN FItODUUK
onto J.MVMK.
WAK1 s: UOBEUTS,
1K.1IM.U,
KXlMOUlStSU,
I'LAIN 4c UECOHA.V1VB
lAIr,lt IIAMUINUa. HIUH rAlllTIKCI
Also dutlsr in Faint, Oils, Qla.4,
WALL l'Al'Elt, ETC.
Washington avenue and Eleventh street.
tt-'i'ltl
HTKAHHOATM.
' 0 AYitOANDVADU0Aij '
All. IBUAT.
The syltadld ittamtr
CT-A.S. FISK,
Dick Fowlbb, Captain
Leave Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
Dp.ui For freight opauage apply on boat or
tS .ill. kQlLUHV. Ac't.
tf
YHOLESALE.AND HETA1L
DRUGGISTS,
2TO.
PR XJ Q SL4
CHEMICALS.;
s BBvmsjrcurcisjsKsi eTiirrctaWsSHa n
(iMlWSiSajLf1.! 'Jnll!i .!!.. I till
BuBanl l aal aB flaVl
11-20-tr.
ILu. been licforo the Amerieau publio
OVEIl TIUIITY year.. It ban never
ytt failed to jrivo porta W.factjoii, nud
Lis justly lxvu ittylcl tho panact-a fur ull
external Younda,CuU,lumi!, Swulllcjr,
Bnraias, llruLsM, &o., &&, fur Man mid
Smut. Vn firmly should bo a suily day
ELECTION NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby clven that on Tuesday, t
the 1Mb dav ot April. A. D. 167.1, a gi-neral .
elfctlon wfll bu held In the elty ot alro,
Aloxandr r rounty, State ot Illinois, for the .
selection of the billowing named municipal I
officers, to-wit: A mayor, 11 city council, a
elty clerk, u city attorney, a city trcxsiuer 1
aud a police magistrate; each ofthu five (tij
wards Into which the city it now dlvldud lu- 1
iug entitled to ihe election of two (2) til.lcr-1
men.
For tho purposes, of said election, poll. ,
will be opened at the following named pla
ces, to-wll: In thu First ward, at tho com-
mi-Inn house or E. F. Davis, Kso,., on the
south sldo of .s-ixth (II) street, between Com- I
mercial and Washington avenues; In the Sec
ond ward, at tho Houi;li and Heady engine-
nouc on tnceast sldo or nsnin;'ion avenuu
between Secnth and EiKhth streets; lu the
Third ward, at the Hibernian cngliir-housH
on Thirteenth Mrect betwurn Cominercial
avenuo nnd I'oplar street; in thu Fourth
ward, at the courMiouv, and in the Fifth
ward, at Mrs. Sullivan' house on the north
west comer of Commercial avenue and
TWenty-llllh street.
Hv order of tho city council.
Jl. .1. Howi.bv, City clerk.
.lollN M. IjANdliKS, Maor.
Caiuo, III-., Starch li. tH7!Md
WHITE COLlsAIt 1' I j AN i NO MM.L
SJ. W.4I,T1;RN, Proprietor,
.s
'aaiisam
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot ssrry Utfcrlptlta,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR l'OSTS
DOOllS, SASH, HLIND8
011deh3 solicited.
Stbauboat Lumber,
Knrnlsh! en tborletl c&llct,
Commarcial avenue, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets.
OAIEO: lilliXXTOIQ.
T.1
11. F. H H Y A N T ,
i
-w-A-XjItut nyciXjXjS
Near Twpi.ty-ttxth Stred,
Ohio Lkvkk, - CAIKO, ILL8
All kind ot Lumber, Oak, I'oplar, Cy.
press, Walnut, etc., dtllterod In any part
of the elty free of charge.
tI'atronajrt olleltvd, and satisfaction
kjuarautd, y-M tf.
74- OHIO LlhViim
llotail ami PfCM-rij.lion
Corner tVeshlngton At a
and Elirhlh street.
CHKST 1'JMiTKrniHtf
Or iliuiiiol. and ut.blt ,ltl,
lor weak Umn:
.1.
Ar HAKCLA Y Hlid.S
CHI.OItATi:
'OII f-OHi: THIIOAT,
II r II A KOLA Y U0
linu.h A Nil
CATTI.K MKDH'INK
And Disinfectant forSlables
At iiahclay nuos.
FI1XE CIGARS,
HON'EV IKi:.'
"YOCNO AMKIIICA,
And " Universal 'fstandard."
Ai IIAHCLAY HH09.
without thU LinluiPTit. TI10 money Tt
fundI nnlcM tho Iiniracni is a repro
flontol. Ho auro and ltd tho rcauiai
MEXICAN 1IL'STA0 LINIMENT.
Sold by all IniKrUU anil Country Stores '
at C5a, COc. and 1.00 ir Bottle, Nstiw
etylc, alxo of battle, &c.r"
AOAlTS
Magnolia Balm
A TEW ATt'LIOATiim MAKU A
Pure Blooming Complexion.
It Is Purtlj Tegstablr, and Ita cptraUon U t-tu
and (ell ut care. It dmi away with thu tUshnl
Appsaruice caused bj llCAt. l'tllcus, and I'.xrIK.
rout- lUslt tudreiiiavnallllloU'bitaa Pliu'.f.
dlspdUai dark, and notlnbtlj tpoU. Urlt f ttuy
Ita, frscklca, and buuburo. ai.d br tu Rrntb tml
posrerful laflnenee mtuUsa ttio Uded cLsrk sill,
YOUTHFUL B LOO II AHD BEAUTY.
S0I1I by sll Driwlsta and Vncy Ktor, t. 1 v i,
U Ifark l'Uc". New York.
WAO, M AN U FACTOR f
For S11 !o at Wholesale or Kotail.
COKNIHI :l2f)-8TiU!BT AND OHIO I.EVK
Cairo, Illbou.
ootIIII a, F.UAMHI.IC
HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTOHER
Oily National BtkBk Mnllttla.
sja8pecial attntioo paid ioordt Irom tltaas
boats aluht or dav
NJ3W VORK STOxtl!),
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOeaT VARI1TT STOCK !M IH CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSS.
s CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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