ILLINOIS OHNTBAL RAILROAD.
T1U1N8 LMAVlt CAIHO.
Mall at 2:30 a.m., Dally.
Express at 3.-00 p.m., '
Freight at 40 a.m.,... except Sunday
rrelghtat 110 a.tn...... " "
Krlgbt at :00 p.m "
ARKIV AT CAIKO.
Mall at .2:1(1 a.n Dally
Eipresi at 2:06 p.aa except Hunday
Freight at 11:18 a.m.,....except Monday
Krelt-ht at .7:10 p.m., except Sunday
Freight at 100 p.m......
16S 2-17-tf. JAMES JOIINSOW, Agent.
THE CAIRO AND V1NOENNE8
iHAa r tiki:.
On and alter Sunday, February 22, 1874,
tralni will run m fbtlowi :
Mound City, leave.
.... ft:00 A.M. rK)."ijf.
.... 6:! ' atf.T .
Vienna, leave,, u:m b;' "
UarriiburK, leave H:ll " H:u
NorrU City, leave IMS " VXli v.v.
Carml, nrrlvc :M " SiW "
C'annl, Icaro 100 sua aim.
OrayvUlc, leave 10:10 " ::: '
MountCamiel.lcuvc... 11:22 " 7:M "
'lncemies, leave 12:2.') im. two "
O.JtM. Junction, nrrivc.l2U "
. 7:ir a.m.
O. ft M..Tunitlon, leave
Vlnccnncs, IeaW'.j.. ,
Mount Carmel, leave..,
Nurris City, leave.,,
Vienna, leave 1:17 P.M. 12:13 p.m.
Mound Cltv, Icatu 2:12 " :i:10 "
Cairo, nrrf " .'1:10 "
MOUND C1TT AC'COMilOt'ATlO.V.
Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and rr.l.'i p.ra
Leave Mound City atl2.Wp.ni. and 0:10 p.m.
Freight train atop over nluht at (Tamil:
run from there at mixed train, tcatlng at
t:Xi a.m.; It-atlm; Vlucciini' at 7 p.m. the
same evening for return trip.
At Cairo with the MUsMppI Central,
lli.hlln nnu Ohio, for nil liolntit milt: Calm.
Arkansas and Texan, for all point In Arkan
sas anil Tcxai.
At Vlncennes: Indianapolis and liicenncp
railway forlndunapolla and all point north,
ait and went; with Kvannlllo and Craw
lordavllle railway for Kvaiutlllo.Tcrra Haute,
UanTllle. Chicago and all iKilnta north, eat
and west; with Ohio and Mlsns-Ippl rail
way for St. Louu, Louisville, Cincinnati anu
all potnu eaat and welt.
At Morrlii City crosMnK the Sprlngtleld
anu uncoil nouuieauern railway.
L. W. Palmrk, Oen'l Hup't.
E. 1. "Wilson, Oen'l Paisuniror, Aet.
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND CAIHO AND FUL
The shortest and only direct route from
Cairo to Jackaonport, Little Hock, Hot
Hprliura, Fulton, and all points in Arkansas
and the Southwest, and Galveston, Houston
Dalian, Austin anil all olnt In Texas
TWELVE 110UI18 IN ADVANCE OK
ANY OTJJKU ROUTE.
Through tlckcU, through bills or lading,
and Information a to freight rate, pan
tender faro, connection!, etc., can be ole
talned at the company' nUlce In WintcrV
Mock, corner of Seventh street and Com
llaeki will call at private resiliences and
botela for paMengeri, when orders are left
Elegant l'ullman palace ilcopin-' cars on
all night trains.
Tralni run dally, (Sundays excepted) from
tho Cairo Office as follows :
Leaie Greenfield's. .0:33 a m and 4:0.' p.m,
Aralve atUrccntlpld'n .0:17 a in amlSA-i p.m
KXPKKHS HUNS IiAILV
Leavea Qroenlleld'H 2o0:p. m
Arrive at Orccntleld'a 1:40 p.m
1). Axtkm., ('hlef Kntlnper.
7th MR BALL
St. Patricks Eeneoleni Society
Will bo given on Wcdne-day ttcninf; next,
prn ciu, isii,
IT SWEEL'S HALL.
The manaccment have made full arrange
ments for tiio occasion, ami they a-uru alt
nno may attenu, a picatani nine ami a cor
.Miulc will be funil.-iicii ty Ktscnbcrj:,
Strtn Hand. TlcKuu ti,
. .1. Oalmoan, )
.loiiv M. Hooan, Committee
WILLIAM J. AIaLISN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OiSiiaovor First National banW. 3-l(Wlm
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OHoo over Flmt National liauk. H-IMm
Wlllam O. Muikoy
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
olal and Washington avenuou.
GREEN & GiLRERT,
OOUNOKLORB AT LAW,
William 11. (lllber
OA l UO, 1I.I.IN01B.
UUea r. uiikori
WHpoit attention gtioa to AJmliallr aaJ
irrio omoLBvm.uooMH 7 anp bivj
ninT A m A T. Dim
Two Ratterlos of two Rollers, each
feet long, 1 inoh Dram, 2 14 Inch Vlues
with Ore fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valvos, Chimney and
Uritchln, all oomploto and In llrtt-olaii
ordarh beon usad only tbrea months. Fo:
price, eto., Inqulra of J. T. Rbnnib,
9-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Work,
JOHN II. 0BERLY EDITOR.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
Financial Discussion in the Senate.
HE $400,000,000 BILL PASSED,
A DULL DAY IN THE HOUSE.
Mr. IJoev orosontod tho rosolutlnn of
tho Missouri lulilaturo, fnvwring thu
passage of tho hous4 bill lor tho Improve-
uiviii ui iuo inouin oi mo .auisisiippi river.
A bill to provide for tho tiavtnent of
thu bonds of tho I.ouiavillu and 1'orlland
Canal Co., was taken, thu .ponding ques
tion lioln to refer it to thu cotnmittcoon
.Messrs, Xburman and JlcCronry on-
posed such lelerenco, nnd favor dl the
commital of the subject to tho committto
on unanco, wtilcU was nuoplcd.
Alter como dlicuislon, tho morning
hour havlni: expireJ. tho Scuato returned
consideration of tho bill to provide for
tdemption nnd ruliiuo of United .States
notes for free banking. Tho question
pending was a motion to ntriku out tho en
tiro bill, with tho excoptlon of tho first and
second sections, as amonilou these sec
tions fix tho amount of United .Stales
notes at $ 100,000,000, and provide for tho
iHUOot $40,uuu,uuu additional national
Shorman laid tho ctiVt of the motion
would lie to strike out tho fifth and sixth
sections of tho bill as roported by tho com
mittee, nnu ttiuy unit been unanimously
agreod upon by tho commlttou. To strike
nut fifth and sixth sections would bo bv
nfuronco to authorize an increase of pub
.Scott moved, as an amendment to the
section authorizing an increase of forty
six million dollars national bank currency.
mo louowing unu eacn national 0nnklni!
association now organized, or horeaftor to
be organized shall keep and maintain as
a part of its reserve required by law, one
forth part of coin recolvod by it at inter-
Bit on tones of U. H., deposited as security
for circulating notes or government de
posits and tbiit hereafter only ono forty of
rescrvo now prcstrioca rty law lor nation
al banking atiociations shall cor.'
tct or balances uuo to an
association availablo for tho redemption
of Rt circulating notes from associations
In cities or redemption, and upon which
talanccs no interest shall bo paid."
i'he amondment was accented by Mr
Mr. Conkling movod an additional sec
tion as folio wr:
That nothing in this act shall bo con
strued so as to nulhorizo an Increasu of
tho principal of the public debt of tho
unitwl states. '
Mr Mortnn Imped this section would
not bo adopted, it might bo that gome
timo it would bo neceiiary to uso addi
tional greenbacks to carry on tho govern
ment, as was tho caso when tho secretary
had to uto tho loal tender reserve to meet
tho current oxpensoi of tho irovorn-
Mr. Shorman argued in favor ot tho
adoption of the section.
Tho amendment of Conkling was re-
jeelnl, jaes 21, nays 27.
I Uo miouion ttien rccurrod on substi
tuting Marilmari's substltuto as amended
by bcott. for tho bill or tho committee,
and it was adopted. Yeas 20, nays 2 1.
Tho Hill having been considered in
committeo of tho wholn, it was
then reported to tho Sonato.
Tho quostlon being, will tho
Sunato agree, to tho bill as egrecd upon
by tuo committeo ortno wiioior
Mr. Sherman then oficrod as n substi
tute for tho ontiro bill ncrcod upon in tho
committeo of tho whole tho bill onkinalIy
reported by thu nnanco committeo, with
certain modifications extending tho timo
for specio paymont to January lt, 1877,
and providing for tho retirement of fifty
per cent ot mo groonoacKi, in proportion
to tho national bank currency iisuod.
Mr. Shorraan again spoko of tho im
portance of something in tho bill lookinir
torrds specie resumption nnd appculnd
to thu senate to liavo such clauso in
Air. iiowo movou inai tuo sonata pro
ceed to executive butlnejs. Relucted,
yeas 25, naya SO.
Tho uuestiou was thon taken on tho tub-
stituto of Mr. Shurmnn, nnd it was re
jected, yoas 23; nnys 2b.
tuo aincnumcnt mt.ua in mo coininiiteo
of tho wholo was then concurred in
without u division tho question being,
shall the bill bo read a third timo and bo
passed'' Messrs. Stewart and Anthony
protested against its passsgu. Tho bill
was then rciui n tmru nmo anu passeu.
Tho bill as ratted, road i follows
that tho maximum amount of U. S. notes
is hereby fixed at four hundred million
dollars; that forty six million dollars
in notou ror circulation niiowcu by
law, shall ba iisuod to tho national bank
ing associations now organizcu nnu which
may bo organlzod boronftor, and such In-
croasod circulation shall bo distributed
among several states, as provided in sec
tion ouo of an act ontitlod an act to pro
vide, for rodempion of threo porocntum
temporary loan certificates and for an
increase ot mo nauoniu nana
votes, approved July 12, 1870; and each
national banking association now organ
ised or horeaftor to bo organized, ithall
keop and maintain a n part of its resorvo
requirnd by law, onn-Iourtli part of tho
coin rocotvod by it an interest on bonds of
tho IJnitod States, dopositod ns security
rr circulating notes or guvornmont do
posits; and that horoaftor only
one-fourth of tho resorvo
now proscribed by law for national bank
ing associations shall consist nf balance
duo to an association availablo for tho re
demption of it a circulating notes fron as
sociations in rltlos of rodomption and
upon which balances no intorost elmll bo
Mr. Anthony moved that tho first bill
nn the- calendar, ii being that for tho re
lief of Lowia Ashbury Pickens, ba Ukon
up boh to bo unfinished business for to
morrow. This was agreed to and tho son
Mr. Crocsland from tho committeo on
elections made a report In tho Kentucky
Oonteitod oloctlon caso, that toung tho
lotting mombor la entitled to tho seat.
Butler of Massachusetts movod that tho
bill to luspond impeached officers
'peadlng trial to bo mado a special order
CAIRO, TUESDAY. APRIL 7- 1871.
for Tuesday, noxt week. Agrood to uu.
uor suspension ofrulos.
npcor had ofTnrod a resolution Instruct-
Inu tllOCOtllinllton (in rnmtnnrrn In In.
qulro Into thoquostlun of levying n tax
on Immigrants at a port la Now York.
Mr. Maynard. chairman commliiM r
banking and curronoy, gavo notlco that lio
would movo tho previous quostion on tho
currency bill at the cloio of tho discussion
to-morrow, iiouso ad ourned.
Between Hayti and San Do
domingo. TRIAL OF A DISHOP IN BRAZIL.
Nr.w Yonu, April C.Now has boon
roceived hero trout San, Domingo to
March 30, that Mr. St. John.liritith coun-
tobgenoral of Port Au l'rinco had boon
on a tour of observation to Sauiina Hay
In her majesty's ship Wooddark, and had
afterwards visited San Domingo with
propositions from thu Raytiau govern
ment for a treaty botwnen tho two repub
lics. Among tho conditions of tho pro
posed treaty, it U said, wero thu cession to
Hayti of tho disputed territory on tho
frontier and thu annullmont of Samina,
Hay convention, madu with tho citizens
of tho United Statis. Tbesu conditions
being admitted by tho Dominican govern
ment, Hayti or England was to loan a
considerable sum to Santo Domingo, pay
able at convenlcnco and without inter
est. Tho special commission of thu Samina
Hay company has not succeodod in obtain
Inn an amicable settlement of tho
question now pending botween govern
ment and company and tho provisional
government has declared tho .Samina Uay
convention null and void,. Tho commis
sioners hava prelostod against this sum
mary proceeding as arbitrary and Illegal
and Instigated by ltntish Haytian in
fluence, and demand arbitration upon the
tnattor according to tho terms of tho con
vention. Tho company will in tho mean
time call upon tho United States govern
ment for protection against any violent
proceeding on tho part of tho Dominican
authorities. l'rosidont-Klnct Oanzulcz
has not yet bocn installed and tho provis
ional government had arrosted a number
of porsons charged with being engaged
in a scheme for tho restoration of Kx
I'reident Racs. Tho Rio Janorio news
papers contain details nf tho trial of the
Right Rev. Ilishop of I'ernainbucn, on
charges of high crime againtt tho laws of
tho empire ol Brazil. The bishop was
found guilty and was sentenced to fDiir
years imprisonment and hard labor,
lllshop of l'oruamanbucn was attendod
in court by tbo Ilishop of Rio .Tanairo.and
tho liiihop of Kansas, who is in llrazll
making conditions for tho poor churches
of his dioceso.
Murder of an Old Man at
CoRi.v.VR, April 0. J. Barnstoin, an old
and respocted citizen hero, was found mur
dered in his dwelling this morning. His
family wero all nlxent visiting.
It appears that the old man wont homo
about 11 o'clock in tho ovening and start
ed to eo into his bedroom to retiro when
a blow from an ax, in tho hands of an as
sassin conccaloJ bohind tho door, felled
him to tho floor. A slicht sculllu seems
to have ensued, but the murderer made
suro work, burving tbo ax deep in Barn-
etoin's hoad. Doccasod was found in tho
dining room, adjoining tbo bod room, bis
pocked book by bis tido empty and his
watch gono, allowing that robbery wasfho
Cincinnati. April C. Both partloa In
tho municipal election in this city had li
cense in their platform but tomporanco
and nnti-temporance was mado tuo tssuo
in othor parti of the stato. Spocials to tho
Gazetlo report tomporanco victories com
plete in Now Lexington and Morrow, and
completo anti-tomporanco in Washington
Court House, whom thu womon'a movo
ment began, in Waynesvillo, Franklin
and Batavia. In Chillicotho 1 antl-tom-poranco
councilmon wnro olectod; Lancas
ter clocted 1 out of b nnti-temporance
councilmon. Tho tampcranco victory in
Eaton was lod by Democratic votoi and
whs the largest ovor polled.
Mi:ui'iiii, April 0. Appoals Jackson
Mississippi special says: Tho legislature
adjourned slno dlo to-day, after passing
a kill requiring iv majority of males over
20 and femalos ovor 18 in a city, town or
township to sign a petition for llcunso to
sell liquor, boforo such liconso shall bo
issued. Tho governor immediately there
after signed tho bill.
LUMBER AND LADIES.
CmcAao, April 0. Twonty vessels,
mostly laden with lumber, havo arrived
at this port slnco yesterday morning.
At Quincy, Illinois to-day, n band of
forty ladlos started on a crusado among
thu baleons, but with no otl'oct, beyond at
tracting a motloy crowd of curious follow
ers, as tuny woro duniod admittance into
Nr.w York, April (!. Customs rocolpts
$141,000. Troasury disbursements !?2b'.l,
000. Monoy easy 405 porcont. Storling
dull. Gold ranged 1 UJt 13g, closed
1 13 J. Carrying ratos !11 clobod at !
Hat for harrowing. Oloarings 32,000,000.
Stato bonds quiet and nominal; govern
mont bonds firm and quiet. Stocks are
without tpoclal activity or foaturo ; opon
od dull but etoady; closod dull at a decline
of from tho highest prlcoa of tho
Nkw York, April C. Rx-Judgo Ed
rnundi, a well known lawyer and uplritu
Hit, is dead.
The Stillborn Inquisition.
TUB HANUORK IXVEST1UAT10.V.
Wakih.vcito.v, 1). C, April C H-tn-born
was boforo tho way and means com
miltoo to-day, but by advise, of his counsot
dcclinod to submit ii written statement
proparcd somo timo ago.
llndoroxamlnation by Keller of Ohio,
Sanborn statod that ho bad roctlvod undor
his contract botween $210,030 out of 211,
000 of which ho had probably paid toothora
$100,00, and had yot to pay men still em
ployed out of tho remaining $50,000. Ho
had paid from $23,000 to $30,000 counsel
foes, but gnvo no monoy to Intornal rovo
nuo officers. Ho mado his ontiro arrange
ments with Mr. ISoutwoll.
Tho additions to tho contract worn ob
tained from Mr, Richardson, while Secre
tary lloutwoll wa In Boston. Tho wit
ness bus no doubt that Mr. Richardson
know all about what ho was signing,
SUMNER'S S 110 Kb.
Uostox, AprilC Tho oloventh ballot
for United States senator was taken to
day with thn following result : Wholu
number of votes 1UJ; necessary to choico
!)8 l)awp(17, Hoar 67, Curtis fAAdams
7, Banks C, "Washburn, Whlttior, 1'hillips
and l'icrco rocoivod each ono vote.
I'lTTRMi'iio, Rtvcr C foot 3 inchos and
stationary. Weather cloar and rathijr
Cincinnati, April C Arrlvod l! R
Hudion, Wheoling; Pat Rogers, MomphW;
Thos Sherlock and Chorokoo, Now Or
leans. Nasiivilu:. Txnn.. April 0 River
falling, 13 teot, R on 'boles, Clear and
pleasant. Arri'vud Ada Huilman, l'adu-
cah, Little Condor, Smithland Departed
Aua iieuman, raducaii, .r.uuyviiio,
bT. Louis. April 0. Arrived Bon
Accord, Ohio Rivor, Bullo Licroiio, Li
cros?; St. Oencvlovo, VIcksburg; J'ear
Ioss, Pittsburg. Dapartcd Johnson, Keo-
kuk; nivor and Josio, lllitiojj river;
Tom Rocso, Cairo; Cnest'tr. Memphi!:
Phillips, Naihvillo. Haloing all day.
LouisvtLLt:, April C Rivor falling
wltli 9 feet 7 inches in tho caual and 7
feet 7 inches in Indian chuto. Cluar and
pleasant. Business actlvo. Boats left U
II Church, Now Orleans; passoddnwn .1
W Means and barges. Up Charmer
and J D Parker. Boats duo CamolU,
Arlington, Bodman and Ionoss. No
boats in port.
Evan.vii.le, April 0. Weather pirtly
clear boforo noon but cloudy and raining
slnco. Mercury 35 to C. Rivor risen 7
inches. Dowllng Green, Ron Franklin,
Idlowild and Mary Ament. Up Klor-
enco Lop, Arkansas Belle, Silvertborn,
lloboris, I'rairlc, Morning Mar, Camellu
Tom Jasper, Rormuda, Lioness JSo 2 nnd
barges. Bueinoes good.
Memphis, April 0. Weather clear and
cool. Kivnr lell I Inchcit. Arrived
Quickstep, "Wbllo river. Departed City
of Alton, and Mnry Houston, Now Or
leans, Bismarck, City ot Quincv. Bello
Memphis, St Louis : City of Helena.
VIcksburg; Smoky Citv, Pittsburg: J W
Mills, Ohio rivor, Ella, Whilo river. The
littlo Dinky Laura No 2, used by Dan
Rico as an advertising boat, ran Into tho
City of Quincv at tho head of Cat Island
this mornincr. knocking down hor chlm
nlcs nnd breaking down her guards. Tho
Quincy towed hor to tho bank. Damago
Memphis, April 0 Flour dull and
nominal. Corn moal actlvo at 3 &03 C5.
Corn good demand at 80. Oats firm at CO
(iCl. Hay dull and unchanged. Bran
23 O021 00. Pork firm at 10 76 Lard
fair domand and advanced at OJlJiJlOJ.
Bacon steady; shouldors "Jfi7?; sidos 92
Cincinnati. April C Klour steady.
Wheat 1 360"ol 38. Corn dull and un
changed, G3($U7. Oats steady at 5058.
Ryo etoady at 1 0,1. Barley dull and
unchanged. Butter steady. Cheoso scarco
and firm. Porlc steady, small ealos at
10 25, round lots hold hlghor. Lard
light domand, holders firm, strain saleable
at 9 50; kottlo hold 0 75. Bulk moats
firm; shoulders nt C, clonr 8J. Bacon
strong, shouldors CJ, cloar rib 9 J; cloar OA,
Whisky steady at 02.
Ciiicaqo, April C Flour stoady.
Wheat demand actlvo and advanced No 1
1 2711 28; No 2 1 21$ spot nnd April,
1 25 Mav; No !1 1 18J. Corn firm and
better CI cash or April, 051 May! No 2
now 59J(7i)G0o. Oati firm, No 2 I243a
cash. Barley demand nctivo and ad
vanced, No21 03l C5;No3 1 30l 35.1
rorK aomand actlvo and ndvoncod 9 -to
cash or April. Bulk moats stoady, shoul
ders 53; S R 8, S O 8J, all I0020 baloe.
vvnisiey quiot ujc, no sales.
Br. Louis, April C Homp dull nnd
unchanged. Klour quiet and unchanged.
Wheat dull, weak 2 00; spring 1 13 ; red
fall 1335; no 2 1 170150. Cam firm
mixod C3C!U; offorcd April at G31G7;
Oats slow, No" 2 mixod 50ATilc. Hurley
dull and unchanged. Ryo'tlrm nt 05097c.
Pork firm and higlior, moss 17 00; dry
salt meats firm, 'round loose lots held
shoulders 0; cloar rib BJ; oluar sides H,
Bacon steady and firm; should 7; clnr rib
7107J; cloar sides 0J9; Hams lUp
U. Nkw Oki.canh, April C Klour dull,
doublo 5 60; XXX 000 7C; Choico ex
tra 707 60; faimily 8f,Z9. Corn scarco
and advancod; whitn mixod 79; whito 80,
OatB easier at 02001. Bran, nonu on tho
landing. Hay dull prima hold nt 20 00.
Pork scarco and firm, to nrrivo 17 25;
spot 17 50. Meats firm at 50a8.
Bacon scarco and llrmor nt 720y01Oi,
Hams scarce, 12J012. Lard small stock,
tlorco HfjTyJI; Keg 1O01O. Sugar dull;
fair 7; good to fair 7J. Molassos, noth
ing doing. Whisky dull, Louisiana 05.
Cotlno quiot 21J023. Corn moal quiet lit
0 4C3 CO.
Nitw York, April C. Klour. sunorfinn
Wustnrn 5 60011 Ifi; common to good
I! 250 50; good to choico 0 '15(70 75;
wlilto wheat oxtra 0 7C07 10. Wheat,
fairly actlvo and higher, small supply.
No 2 choicn spring 1 5301 58; No 2 Mil
waukee 1 6801 69; whito westorn 1 71.
Ryo firm at 1 09. Barley unoliangod.
Corn firm and active; now weitorn mixed
87f588; old 835?90; whito wostorn 80
88. Outs firm, mixod 59002; wl.ito
westorn 02005. Colloo dull and tin
changod. Sugar Armor and mora nctivo.
Molasses quiet. Vork Armor and ad
vanced. Now mess 1C 00 cash; 17 May.
Boef qutot nnd unchanged; middles quiet;
long cloar 9.
Pnice Ourrknt OrricK, 1
Monday Kvo., April 0, 157 1.
Huilnots was rather bottor to-day than
at tho closing of tho market last weok.
Thn woather continues very changoablo
and uncortain. Alter a gloomy day, with
akoonwlnd, n heavy itorm has set In,
rain, wind, thundor and lightening.
Pricos gonorally nro unchanged from
last wuek's quotations.
ESy- Correspondents should boar In
mind that our quotations ruprosent pricos
for round lots from first hands, union
othcrwlso stated, and that in filling small
ordors, higher prices must bo pald.'tDa
KLOUR Tho market shows very little
chungo. Dealers aro wull supplied and
ordors nro small and few. Prices gener
ally remain unchanged. Sales comprise
200 bbls various grades 0 7C7 00;
375 bbls various grades 408 00; 300 bbls
6030 00; 200 bbls various grades l 60
8 00; 250 bull 6'J 00; 100 bbls XXX
00; 100 bbls, 8 60.
HAY Cholca is In tolerably good do-
mnnd; sales of medium nnd lowor grados
aro slow. 1 car gilt odgo sold for 17 00;
1 car timothy 17 00; l car 11 00; 1 car
prnlrlo 13 00, 2 cars pralrio 11 00.
CORN Whito Is in good domand with
an upward tondonoy in prices. Othor
kinds slow. Wo noto snlos of 015 tacks
white, 72c, 160 sacks yellow, 72c; 200 lacks
whito 73c; 1 car old, 03c; 1 car C2c; 2 cars
mixed and whito 70c; I cars white, 72c.
OATS KIrm at provious quotations.
Wo quote: 153, sicks 51c; lcarBlcjlcar
mixed, sacked and del, 61c; 2 cars choico
mixod, sackod and do), 05c; 2 cars mixed,
sackod and del, 65c; G can, 65c.
MKAL Demand improved. Prices
rang ns previously qoutod. Sloa woro
200 bbls on track, 3 20; 100 bbl 3 25;
1.10 bbls steam dried 3 20 ; 100 bbls 3 20 ;
200 bbls kiln dried dol 3 20; 160 bbls
gvaranteod 3 3003 35.
BRAN Thnro it littlo doing in this
market. Quotod at mill at 2 00 per ton.
BUTTKR Tho domand bus fallen on"
slightly slnco last week. Pricos contlnuo
high, and will not fall materially during
tho prevailing of cold woathor. Wo noto
soles of 0 pkgs 35038c; 6 pkgs choico
northern roll, 3l35c; 400 lbs choico In
lubi 40c; 100 lbs choico in.tubi -10c.
EGGS Plenty, tnarkot dull, ond pricos
tend downward. Snlos woro as follows :
600 dozon lljc; 20 boxos lOJc; 1,000
dozon 10Jc; 60 boxos 10c; 1,300 dozen
OUICKKNS Tho markot is well lup
pliod and dull, 0 dozon sold at $3 00; 2(
dozin mixed at $3 00; 0 dozon boas 3 25;
1. uozoii liens, 9i uv(ji -l. .
POTATOES Aro in fair domand. AV'o
noto salos of 1j bbls. Peach Blow 3
10 bbls. Early Kose 1 60; 10 bbls. ltussets
3 60; G3 bbls. Bermudas 4 25; 10 bbls. do
1 50; lObbls.swoot potalooj -1 60.
APPLKS Tho markot Is bare. Choico
would soil radilv for C 00 per bbl.
PROVISIONS Quotations aro un
changod. Cloar sides lUc; sugar cured
hums 12013c; mess pork Is 60.
ORANGES Wo quoto 4 f.005 00 por
LEMON'S 0 00 por box.
UAUBAGE 600 lloads brought 12 00
per hundred; .1 cratos 15a por head.
OH EKSE Westorn Dairy 17J18o.
CHEESE Now York factory 180
LIME 1 351 60 -f3bbl.
OEMENT 2 00(3VJ 60 bbl.
COAL OIL 18l0e i gal.
GUNNIES Ro-bowod 2 busholi 18c ;
3 bushols 20c.
BYBUPS-Choieo G0c$l por gallon;
Now Orloans 7680c.
PLASTERING HAIR 35c per
BURLAPS 2 J bushols corn, iij oz
15 jo; do 10 oz lUo; 4 bushols onts 20c; 5
bushels 21c; (! bushols 22c
BEESWAX '0 lb 30c.
SOAP ShaefTor'a Gorman mottled, 7Jc.
Obfvnr.n!fn soap, 7 jo.
TALLOW "t lb505Jo.
SUGAR OruBheJl21c ; A. lllllo
extra 0. 10jllc.
COKFEE Java 40042 ; prima 33
31c; choioo 34j35.
KRKIGHT Cotton, compro3eod to
Now York, 85c! to Boston, 1, Uncom
pressed, to Now York, $1 11; 'to Boston
To Now Orloans and Vioksburg:
Potatoes, applos, etc, 30c; pound
freights 15o owt; bay $5 per ton; Pork
16o per bbl; tobacco St; cotton SI. To
Momphh, flour, etc. 25o per bbl; pound
freights 12jo cwt; hay $4 per ton,
All persons indebted to Bamuol M. Orr
nro roquestod to mako ipooily paymont to
tbo undornlyned, and thus ravo oxpousos,
as tho collection of his niseis Must bo
prompt and will admit of no delay. In
dofault of paymont at once, suit will be
instituted. John Q Hauma.v,
Assluncn of Samuel M. Orr, Uankrtipt,
Oaiuo, lilts.. March 20, 1871.
Frank ICnitky duslrca that tiio public
should know Hint hois proparod to deliver
broad of ood quality and quantity, for
littlo money, in any part of tho city.
Glvu him your ordero, and thon look out
by which ho will deliver to you tho stall'
of liro. 27l.3.20.1in
Tho frionds of thu Cairo Casino, who
wish to bu prosnnt at tho ball on Easter
Monday, aru hereby Informed that tickets
must bu procured in time, us thero will bo
uomi sold at thu door. Tickets for sale by
r. y. 1jki.znkh,
Committee of arraugomeuti.
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dcator In
No. 70 Ohio Lcvco, CAIRO, ILLS
SSTHpeclal attention given
tueiitH and tilling orders.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
ISTo. HO Oxilo Tjovoo,
Safford, Morris & Cnmlce,
"ii Ohio Lovuo, City National Rank
liuililiiig, Caiho, Ii.l.a.
oblil rstablMird Agency In Southern
lllllinl", repn-elltlllS "UT
nf tho lie-t liisliniiici! Capital ol the
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
.Ohio liOYco, over Mulhtis &UI1IV.
but yirf-c?(iM Common iVs
And Dritlcr In
Eiohtii Stukkt. iikt. "Wahiiinoton and
Co.iMKitciAL,AVK. adjoining Uanuy's.
Iicpps the lic-t of Hccr, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, Suusiirn, etc., nnd is prepared to
senc liiinllles In acceptable mauuer.
HYLAND & SAUR,
And Doalcn in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every dferiptlon,
10th Street and Coiiiiuer:Iul Avenue.S
.Ne.t dour to the Jl luml ;;iloon.
J AS. KYN ASTON,
And Dealer In
ALIj KINDS OF FIIKSU AIHATS
Near Cor. Twonlloth Htroat and
White Collar Planing Mill
H. VVAI.T:itN, rriiirlrtur.
if i:ai.i:u is
HARD Su SOFT LUMBER,
Stcamhoat Lumber furnitihod on short
CouuutTitul Ave, bet. 10tU uud 111k
1 . 1
No. GO OlxlO
D. Mathusv E. C. Uhl
MATHU88 , UHL,
Fonvardlug & General
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
JOHN B. PHILLI8 & SON,
l-iucccsior to JoUu U. ThlUls,)
MEAL, BRAN, &o.
Agents for Laflin & Rind Powder Copny.
COIL TENTH ST..t OHIO LEVEE,
Wooil Rittenhonse & Brother,
GExnrtAi. Commhsion Mebchakt,
X Ohio Levee, Cairo.
Ami Dealer In
Limo, Ccmout, Plaster, HYir, &c.
IjJ"I will sell In car load lots at mamifc
Hirers prices, adding freight.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
I'rcprcpared to forward all kinds of
Freight to all points.
tuTUusluc-H attended to promptly.
MILLER & PARKER,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, &c:
Agents for Fairbanks Scales.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Agcnl American Powder Company,
S? OHIO LEVEE, CHlJtO.
N. 11. ThUtloood. P. J. ThlsUewood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, &o.
No, 7H OHIO LEVEE,
ElttUtU Street, between WaulKtoa and
Couuuerclal Aveaue, -
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