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ICOBJ! ICS! ICE!
hussloomis & CO.,
Takes grsat ptsaautiln announcing that
U)r re aow prepared ,to supply everybody
with Uke Ice of tho very best quality, either
at their housesf or at tli Mores. Orders
bould be left at tho office, No. 00 Ohio
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS 8PROAT & SON
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
FUBB LAKK IOB,
Cairo, llll&oU, and Columbus, Kontucky,
Cairo office at Hulen & "Wilson's, corner
Twelfth meet and uiuo icvcc.
V will inn nil Tea wsuron throushout tho
season, dellvaring-purc lake Ire In any part
of tho city at tbe lowost market price, and
will ilito rumlah our friends outside the city
with Ice bv the cake or car load, packed In
awr duat, for abipmcui to any iiiianec.
And Dealer In
Eighth Htubt. nrr. "Wabiiihotoh ahd
Keens tbo beat of Bccf.PorV.Mutton veal.
Lamb, Sausag,' etc., and Is prepared to
serve nunlllee in a acceptable manner.
Anil Dealer In
ALL KINDS DFfFlliiSII MEATS
Hoar Cor. Twentieth Street and
HYLAND & SAUR,
And Dealers In
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every d,,on
Co,. iutu Street and Commercial Avenue,'
Kext door to tho Ilyland Saloon.
I take pleasure in calling
tho nttoniion of the public to
my fesh and' 'full stock of
new and elegant Furniture, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. My stook embraces
Bedsteads, Wadrobcs, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands,, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
nil that is useful or orna
mental in my lino.
This being tho only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I proposor offering better
goods at lower pricos, and
have made a large redaatiun
in the prices of all my goods.
Call and examine my stock
Mid secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholcsnlo
trade I offer special induce
ments. Note tho place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wbolecalo and Retail Dealer iu
niture and Matrarscs.
FINK MILLINERY GOODS
rmnu rnvmima aoovn
MBS. H. JACKS ON,
(Feraurly Mn. Swandert,)
awotuseei that the aai put; opened a lug
1 AND HANDSOMBHT
KltfZT " U",nurket
Ham, Bo ht,' fLowaaj, Kibbokb,
Dsjus TmiMiiivoa or Alt Kisrui,
lustaa jTouriMuia OeoM, NoTione,
OOLLAM, UMBaMLBSVM, RUFW,
wlllbe dlapeeed of at the lowest
yncea. Mis, Jackon renpeelfuUr
aaeUaualUaof tie puon4. wblct
Jiaa keea ao UboraUy beowea upon her bv
ttw iaAee of Cairo aad Ote Ttclaitr.
H. "WABDNKB, M. D.
II. J. STALKER, M. D.
UM!ff ,w Oemmrelal Ave i
wi w AUI
CAlltO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebodr to take from us a ihotuaud hill
ends, irood paper and finely printed, for
Ono thousand statements nrlntod ntTim
UULLKTIX OlllCO lor ?.J.W.
Dnn thousand note heads printed at Tlisi
Huliktix olllce for $1.00; two thousand lor
One thomaiid business! rnnW. lino Bristol
board, printed at Tine Bullktin olllcoltor
from tf i.W) to js.w, nccoruiug to sue.
TU33DAY, MAY 2, 1874.
I O.O. P.
Bnoolal meetlmr. The ollicors and
montbors ot Alexandor Lode, 1. O. O. F.
are notlfld to attend a special meeting of
tho lodge on Wodoesuay, o-morrow;
evening at 8 o'clock,
lly order N. 0.,
Joiix II. GojstlAX,
I. o. u. r. MUTIUH.
llrolhora can Drocuro InTltatlons to tho
loclablo and danco or next luuraaay ovo.
nine, ellhor for thomiolves or friends, ot
dtw of thn followlne committee: A.
Hl.rV .T. llurirur. A. Comlncs, 0. It
Woodward. It. 8. llrlcham or 0. K,
Oo to Wilcox's for sttawberrlos.
comfort" at D. Arlor &
For IUnt A lino houso, Inqulro of
wfi.3l.3t Qko. Fisuvn.
(JohiHomk, Oovornor Iievorldge loft
for Springfield by tho early train Monday
Oosr. Ma ny of the lawyers of tho
cltyloave for Mount Vernon to-day to
attend tho sosslon of tbosupromneouri,
Oomb tm Jonkbiioko. Judgo llroit
and Mr. Oborly left yestorday aftornoon
for Jonostoro on builnois connected with
tbo Oalro and St. Louis railroad.
All tho day beardors In tho city can
be accommodated at tho tit. Charles
botol, with urst-class board at socond class
ntos. 79 l-10-tf
Tuk UtbT. Win. Ludwlc. harness
maker, corner of E'gbt slroet and Com
tnerclal ovenuo, has tho best supply of
harness, saddles, bridles, otc, in Southern
Illinois, and sells them as choap as the
JUN TlBM.-lUu.wuut, ...t..U
ors met yesterday. All tbo mombers,
Mossrs. Sandors, Fisher and Wilson being
present. Tho day was taken up in the
consideration of claims against the county,
ton iALK. A lot of now housohold
and kitchen furniture, bods, bedding,
stoves, pictures, etc. If taken soon will
bo sold at a bargain. For further infor
matlon inqulro at Tiik Uuli.xtin olllce.
DEW l'iris. The Oas Company aro
layinc now and larger cas mains on
Twolflb sirovi ietweon "Washington and
Commercial avonuos. The old ono has
provon to be too small to answor the pur-
IUiluoad Maunatks. A numbor of
prominent southern railroad officials were
In tbo city yesterday Wo understand
they were horo arranging a tariff for sev
eral of the roads centering horo and thoro
connections further south.
BirnsT unuscii. The Saptlsts have
changed their placo of holding services
from tho Mission room, corner of Tenth
street, to the Christian church on Eigh
teenth street, wboro proaching will bo
had every evening this week.
Waktid At the St. Charles, throe
dining-room girls. Nono need apply ex
cept those who aro thoroughly experi
enced and can brinic good reforences. To
such, steady employmout will be given
and liberal wagos paid. 20.G-2.ilt
I'kiusonal County Commlssioiiei
Sandors arrived in the city on Sunday
ovenlng, and took his seat with tho board
Mr. Dick Edmonds, of Cloar Creak
precinct, Is in the cltyt
DlO UueiNMB. From May SOtb to
Juno 1st, there was recolvod and shipped
over the Qreon Line from this placo, one
hundred and seventy cars of freight.
This is a good showing, and we aro In
debted to their gentlemanly agent In this
city for the item.
IIovse von IUnt. A nico cottage
containing six rooms, with out houios and
good cistorn, on Twolfth street, botwoon
Commercial and Washington avenuos.
Apply to undorslgntd.
J. 11. I'iiilus.
Cairo, May 28th, 1674.
Mockiho Hiku "Wantkd. I want n
good ilngor, for which will bo given
Liqut Braiiwa fowls of puro blood,
weleblng 10 to 18 pounds to tho pair.
Address J. J. Kearney, 473 "West Taylor
street, Chicago ; or J. U. Llnklotter, at
Barclay llro's. Druggists, Cairo, Ills.
To St. Louis. Mr. Horace llannon
went to St. Louis this morning to arrango
with bis creditors and lay In a new stock
of goods. Horace is a hard-working,
honest man, and bis misfortunes are to bo
attributed to no fault of his. We bo;o he
may be successful in bis mission to St.
Louis, in which event be will soon bo
hltnlslf again, and going along as of old.
Fine Cioaiis. 1'eter Baup, tnnnutiio
turer of cigars and doaler In all kinds of
tobacco and smoker's articles, No. 102
Commercial avenue, has on hand a stock
of big celobratod brands of cigars, to which
ho Invitos (ho attonllon of.doalors In snob
goods. Tlicio cigars havo n.wldo-iprcad
rop'utalian ra bolng ns Rood ninny over
Offered In thin markot, nnd tho flguroa nt
which thoy nro sold aro stiro to attract
nttontlon, Ho lavltca an examination of
hla goods and pricos, and warrant what
ho soils to bo just what ho rcprosonls
thorn to Li or ruonov rofuhdea. v
A Htkp In Tnn llioiiT DtrucTipN.
Wo understand an ofTort will bo tnado by
tho board of county comm"ionor( at tho
present torm, looking to a bailor systom
of county roads, and tho Improvomont of
lovernlof tho prlnclplo public highways.
This Is as It should bo, and almoet any
plan that tbo commissioners may adopt
that will glvo to tho pooplo of tho county
taoro and bottor roads, will most ssauredly
bo approvod by them.
Fourth or July. Wo havo snggestod
Hi nt the noonle of Oalro colobrata tho an-
pr0ncliing Fourth ol July In somo appro
prlato manner, but at yet have board of
no movomont looking to that ond. Cairo
can afl'ord to got up a "big tlmo," and in
vito our neighbors ol Tonreisoo, Kontucky
and Missouri, and tboio living nlong tlio
lino of tbo Illinois Cmlral and Cairo
nnd Vlnoonnos roadsto ,oin uln thocolo-
bratlon. Whatover of an outlay suih a
solobralion would neceilitato would eomo
lllnu Stkalisq, Lait night between
nino and ton o'clook an unknowa man
wont to Dr. Koo's residonco on Tenth
stroot, botwoon Washington avonuo and
Walnut stroot, nnd stolo n handsome
nanary bird and cags. Tho thlof took tbo
bird to a placo on Eighth stroot whoro be
disposod of it for cno dollar, and whoro
It was soon after found and reclaimed by
Dr. Koo. Wn understand that Cuptain
Thlstlewood, who Uvea on Eighth near
Walnut strcot,also lost a bird last evonlng
In tho same way.
Suot Himself. Yestorday morning
about 10 o'clock tho inhabitants In tb
region of Sixth stroot and tbo Lovoo woro
startled bv tho report of rlllo which
rune out clear on tho morning air, fol
lowed Immediately by a cry of pain
rush was mado by evorybody to tho quar
lor from wbonco tho sounds procooJod
when it was dlieovorod that a young man
from Kontucky, by the name of Turnor,
had accidontly s'lot hlmsolf, tho ball tak
ing oil tbo thumb of tbo right hand nnd
making a plalnful Ussh wound la the loft
shoulder. Dr. Dunning dressed th
wounds, which fortunately was not of
sonous charactor. Turnor, who has beon
in tbe employ of Mr. Frank Bryant for
somo tlmo past, !was 'standing at the
front window of Waldor'a store. Ho haa
bis gun at his sldo, tbo stock resting on
thn cround. and in picking it up tho ham
mer caught on tho cross ploco undor tho
window, causing It to go ou.
Injunction Aim-lieu For. At nino
o'clock yosterday morning Capt. W. I.
Ualliday apphod to Judgo D. J. Hal; or, In
chambers, for an Injunction to restrain
tho tranifor of tbo Cairo and St. Louis
railroad bonds, now in the hauds of Mr.
A. 15. Saflord, to JJartholow, LowIsA Co.
of St. Louis, as orderod by tho city coun
cil at their mooting on Friday last.
Messrs. Llnegai and LanndoL, and S. P.
Whoolor, Esq., nppoarod for tbo plalnttir
and Jndgos W. J. A lion, 'W. U. Greon,
John H. Mulkoy nnd W. IJ. Gllbort, Esq.,
for the company. Tho ontlro day was
consumed In argalngthequostion pro and
con., Mr. Wheolor, who made tho closing
spooob, concluding aftor six o'clock, Judgo
uaicar took the mattor undor advlsoment,
and will dellvor his decision this morning.
Wo understand Mr. Honry L. Ualliday
appliod to the court for an injunction re
straining tho county court from making a
transfer of tbe county bonds.
Tiik Paui'br Uukdex. Wo arosafo in
saying that no county in Illinois boars
such an unequal and heavy burden, bo
cause of pauper?, as Alexander county.
rromtbotwo rivers which form n junc
tion horo tho poor from ovary quarter aro
thrust upon us, not now and thon, but al
most ovory day of tho weok and of tho year
It Is true that l strict construction of our
laws doos not mako those unfortunates
pauptra and it our duty Jto provido Jfor
them; but bumtn naturo rovolts at tho
vory Idea of tbo consequonces of turning
them adrift. Maty of them would starve
and die among us, nnd tholr boiioi, itn-
burled, would rot in our streets.
Numerous shifts havo boon mado to
secure tbo clossit oconomy in tho causo of
our poor. Tho emptlnesi ol our treasury
has' boon carofully obsorrod, ovon to an
oxtent that has left us sponln to tho
chargoof closo Qitadnojs; yeto ur oxpondl-
tures havo boen onormous. l'oor and fiw
In uumbors as wo aro, compared with
the avcrago counties if tho central
and northern part of tho stato, our
pauper oxpondituros bavooxcoodod tbolrs
moro than double. In substantiation of
this fact wo may montlon tbo fact that
within tho last flvo yoars upwards of fifty
thousand dollars havo boon drawn from
tbo bard earnings of our pooplo to pro
vido ,for paupers and criminals. It Is
scarcoly necessary to comment (upon this.
It strikes tbo public mind without elabor
ation, as n hardship. Tno-thirds, or moro
of it, is not a legitimate burden. At
least that proportion Is foisted upon us
from abroad, and la borne by our pooplo
that the hotter part of naturo may not be
outraged by sights of sufl'urmg and star
vation. Tus Monitok. For ttio Atonltor, tho
bost(coal Cook Stovo ever mado or tho
FashlouTthe champion wood Cook of tho
Wost, go to A, llalloy'a, 108 Washington
avenue, near Tontb stroet.
Tiik largott and bost-solocted stock
of FURNITURE for salo at wholosalo
and rotullby IlKNttY EIOHHOFF, No.
116, Coinmerclal avunuo,opposlto Sevonth
street, 74 0-l7-3m
CITY COUNCIL. I
'! ' ,r
Bl'KClAL Mf.KTI NO OK TIIK ClTV COUNCIL,
I'At.LKU "V TH MATOn.
Council Ciusiunit, i
Cairo 111., May 31, 1871.
l'roicnt IHs Honor Mayor Wood, nnd
Aldcrrnon Hallllay, Mathim, MoKwcn,
MoUauloy,, Morris, Nollls, Haup, Thlsllo
wood, Waldor and Wright 10.
On motion of Aldorinon Hallldny tho
roadlng of tho imnutos wns disponecd
Tho mayor stated that tho nbloct of
tho moating wss for tho purposo ol taking
Into consldorailon tbo transfer of tho
Oalro and St. Louln rn!lrnil liiiniW. now
in tbo hands of A. II. Stiiord, trustoo, Into
uo nnnus oi somo ono olsoroiiulng out of
Tho following communication from tho
oxecutivo commlttoo of tho Cairo and St.
Louis Hallroad. Co, was nrosontod mid
reau uy mo ciorjc, viz:
1TICK OK TIIK 1
: St. Louialt.lt. Co., V
o, 111., Mayas, 1871. J
To tho City Council of tho City of Cairo
Oentlrsikn: Tbo undorslgncd a ma
jority of of tho nxocutlvo commlttoy of
Cairo nnd St. Louis 11. It. Co. full v
thorlzed by resolution of tho board'uf dl
rectors ol saia railroad company, to net
for said company on nil occasions, and to
aiopt all ncces a-yitops to uraro tlinoarlv
construction of tho roud, respectfully rop.
rotont that in consnquenco sololy of tho
dofault In tho ilclivory of tho
bonds to which tho company
aro ontltlod, agrocd by tho
counties and townships along tho lino of
our rnau norm ol u nion county, to bo do
llvorod in paymont of thoir sovoral sub
scriptions to tbo capital stock of our road,
too railroad company Havo boon crlpplod
In their financlul arrangements and havo
boon uohuUi in consequonco thoroot to
comploto tholr road as prsmptly as thoy
had cxpnotoJ. Thoy havo now, howovor,
coniumatod somo now preparatory moas-
tiros, wnicu wun a vory small assistance
from tha coubtloi nnd cities south of
Jackson county, will result In a vory
prompt complotinn of tho road. Wo havo
tho assuranco ol capitalists that If tho tin
dollvorcd bonds o( those cities nnd coun-
tios (tho'n of tbo city of Cairo amountinc
to f 50,000) aro placod in tho hands of
trustpoi outstdo of tho stato, to bo dollv
orcd on the samo tortus and conditions as
aro now proscribed for tholr dolivory by
tbo ordinance nnd laws authorizing tho
subscription, thoy can bo mado nvatlablo
in connection wltii tno sroait or tno com
pany to ratio itionoy upon which to com
ploto tbo road.
Wo havo thoroforo to ask of you that
tou will authorlzo tbo appointment of a
trustoo or truslocs to bo named by your
solves, outaldo of tho stato who shall hold
tio bonds, still undolivorod, In
escrow to bo dollvorod to
tso railroad company upon the
samo terms and conditions as now pre'
scrlbod by tho ordinanco of tho city coun
etl authorizing tho subscription to tho
capital stock of our road,
i We aro, vory rcspoctfully,
' Your ob't sorvants,
S. Staatb Tatlob, 1
I F. Ilnoss, Executive
T, F. Houton, f Commlttoo,
Jno. II. Oiieulv, j
Aldorm&n Ualliday movod that Mr
Oborly be invited tu address tbu council
tirthoron tbo subject
Alderman TMetlowood movod to amend
y deferring action until Tuosday night
ioit. Amendment lost on n division by
t vote of B to G, tbo mayor voting against
Mr. Oborly thoroupon addrossod th
touncil further on tho condition of tho
At tbo conclusion of Mr. Oborly's ad
dress, tho council was furtbor addrosscd
by Hon. D. T. Llnogar, Hon. H. Watson
Wobb and Judgo Itroin.
J.UU luiiowine resoiuiions worn nrn.
soniou uy i.iuorman jiainaay ;
WUfcKKAH, Uy an ordinanco of tho city
council, approved JulySJd, 1871, o sub.
scription of $100,000 was mado by tho
city to mo capital eiocic or tno ualro and
r ... .-.ii i . .
ov. uouis rniiroau tuuipuny to no pntu
for ! bonds of tho said city as provided
for in said ordinanco. And
WumtstAS, Aportionof said bonds havo
boon already dolivorad to said company
In part paymont of said mih.
uiiiun, uuu iuq Ditanco un-
uouvorud, aro In tho bands of
a. u, oauorci, Hold by him, In os-
crow, as trusteo to bo delivered to said
railroad company whon certain conditions
as speclllod In said ordinance aro compliod
with, and 1
WitKnEAS, It Is rorrosontod by said rail
road company that If ssid undelivered
bonds aro placod in tho hands of trustees
outsldo of tho llmlti tf tbo stato, to bo
hold by thorn In cscrov upon tho samo
torms and conditions us now
held by tho presont trustee
thoy hnyo tbe awurenco of capital
lata that thoy will timki advances upon
tho credit of tbo nmg to tho rail
company to bo appliol to tho eoKolotlon
of tbo road frooi Murnhysboro to' Cairo.
luuroioro oo is
Kesolvod, That of In tho stato
of- bo and thoy Loroby
aro appolntod (rustcos to hold snld tin.
delivered bonds in oacow, upon tho samo
terms and cnadltions as thoy nro now
held by A. 11. Ssflbrd, Esq., and as are
specified in said ordinance, approved July
li-'d, 1871, authorizing said subscription to
said Cairo A- St. Louis Railroad company.
Rosolvod, That said A. II
8ailbrd, presint truttoo, bo and
ho is liunby authorized and i
Instructed ti deliver to said .
all tbo bonds o tbo.clty of Cairo hold br I
hlauuodcr tbi provisions or said ordl-l
nanco ubovo ruormd to, and that said do- '
livery snail b a full acqultanco nnd ro
loaso to him from all responsibility to
said city of Cairo, on account of said
bonds, it uoir.; undorstooa ana hereby
stipulated tha, said bonds shall bo re
turned on Notjmber 2, next A. 1)., J871
by said- - who aro boroby authorized
to do so, to salt A. II. BafTord, proeonttr.
too, to bo hold ly blm upon tho samo torus
as now hold, ptivided eald road Is not con
structed and ess run tboreon from Cairo
to East St. LouS, on or boforo that day,
Tho said nw trustoo shall not dollvot
said bonds untila cotnmltteo of the city
council of throe nombora to be appolntod
by tbe mayor tlall dacldo said road com
plotod from Ch to East St. Louis, and
cars have run tioroon.
Alderman lalllday movod to insorl
thonaroos of Dirtholow, Lowls & Co,, of
St. Louis, Mlsioiri, to acta said trustoos,
Carried on a d vision, by a voto of 0 to 5,
tho mayor votla; In tho afllrmativo.
( Aldorman Nlls movod tho adoption
oi tho rosolutlox Oarrlod by tho follow-,
Ing votes Ayx, Hallldfiy, McQauly!
Malhuss, Nolli, Baup and Waldor 0
Nays, Morris, XeEwen, Thlatlowood and
On motion of Aid orman Halllday tho
Will K. Hawkins,
, OAIUO, 1LL1NOIL, 1
Monday IWonlog, Juno 1st, 1874.
Tho mnrkot is in an unsottlod nnd do-
morallzod condition to far as corn, oats
and hay aro onnrnrned. l'rices contlnuoto
docllno and buyers aro out of tho market
entirely unwilling to tako hold nt any
prices. Slocks aro Incrotilng nnd ware
housos all ovorliowing.
Thoro wns.at lonit lour hundrod car
loads of corn on track to-day nnd no
buyers. Wo wduld carnostly rocom
ntond shlppors to "lot up" for a fow days
until mattorH bevomu moro sottled,
Tho fooling In low grados of flour con
tinues good and tho domand In oxcess of
supply with pricos firm and unchnngod.
Cltolco grades aro slow salo nnd over
stocked, j uoro is nouomanu lor nny or any
kind aad. stocks nra nccumula
ting. (iuotnllons aro notulnnlly
$-!0 $13 for choleo mlxod and tlmolbyi
The market was baro of eggs to-day,
and sales woro tnado in high as twolvo
conts par dozon but a slnglo II bo ml ship
ment during tho presont hot weather
would stock tho markot anC bringdown
prices. Tho buttor markot Is Oat: slocks
largo and tho domand vory small
Is quotod an out-sido flgute for
choice; and dull at that, whjlo tho jonoral
rango Is 1G to 18c. Chl;kons, liko nil
other prcduco, nro dull and hard to soli,
nnd tha supply Is largely in excess of tho
Provisions aro unchanged not much
moving, but tho fooling is moderatoly
Tho woathor is vory hot and tho rlvors
aro fast upproaclfug low wator mark.
H3T Our IrUnils should boar In mind
that tho pricos hero Ivon aro usually Tor
snlos from first hands in round lots. In
filling ordors unA for brokon lots it is
necessary to cbaigo an advance ovnr
theso figures. 12
Tho domand is good for low crados,
but choleo Is nogleotcd. Stocks of choleo
aro largo. In low nnd modium grades,
doalors oxpotlonco somo diffi
culty In Oiling trders. Our roport of
sales ombraeo liOO bbls various grades,
6 CO to 8 00; 00 I.MS various grades, 0 00
to 9 00; COO bbls vailous grados, 4 76 to
8 00; 200 bbls at tho mills, 6 05; BOO bbls
various grades, 5 00 to 8 00; S09 bbls
various grades, 4 70 t 8 00.
Sales by city mills wiro 100 bblt white
whoat family, 8 60; 135 bbls rod XXXX,
7 76; 160 bbls rod XXX, 7 25.
Quotations to-day . by city mils aro
choleo whlto, 1 30; choloo rod, 1 2o; No 2
l'ricoa havo docllnod two to four dol
lars por ton nnd still tend downward
closing to-day ut i!0 00022 00 sacked and
dolUerod. We noto sales of 300 sacks
dollvorod, 22 00; 1 car load sackod and
delivered, 20 00.
Dull and plonty. Thoro Is littio r no
domand and prices nro hard to quote.
Choice timothy Is hold at about 2? 00 do
llvorod and choice mlxod, 20 00.
This branch of tho markot is dorroral
Izod. Mlxod corn is particularly dull.
Tho fooling In whito is a llttlo llrmor,
Stocks aro largo, over four hundrod cars
an told, woro ou traok to-day, and buyers
will not tako bold to any extent during
tno prosont condition of tho marlcots. Wo
i.to l.i v,,. transactions to roport and
tneynro conUnod to this days buslnoss
and consist of 5 cars mixed In sacks do
llvorod, 08, 'J cars mixed in sacks dollv
orod, 07; 2 cars mlxod in sacks deliyored
07; 0 cars whlto In sacks dollvorod, 80c;
it) cars whit sold on r. T.
Ibo market Is ovorstoskod and dull
1'rlcosttlil tond downward. OiTorincs
to-day at O'-'c sackod and dollvorod found
no buyors. Our wholo roport of sales aro
comprised in 10 car loads sold sackod and
ino markot It vory qulot and prices
lower, closing to-d&y 4 l!0t 25 fjr choice
brands. Wo noto silos of 200 bbls clioico
steam drlod 4 20; 200 bbls do do 4 20
ovoratockod and dull, no', much solllne-
ana no moro WHntod at piesunt. C tubs
ohoioj 18j; 10 tubs choloa 20c; 6 palls
choleo IBc; 10 pkg's cooking buttor lOo
Ijc; 10 palls good 13 18c; &ou lbs choleo
Tho markot was baro to-day and thoro
wai sumo onquiry at 11 0 12c. Wo nolo
sales of 6 cases 10c; ,1 boxes 11c; 800 do
en 12c; SOO dozon 12c.
l'lcnty and dull, l'rlcos aro lowor and
market ovorstocked. Young chicken
aro quotod 2 00 nnd choleo old ii 00 per
lozon. Salos woro 18 coops choleo lions
3 00, 23 dozon young chickens 2130; 0
dozen hons 3 (0: 40 dozen bous 3 00; 10
dozon hons 2 00 3 00,
mravrborries coma in slowly and Und
ready salo at 18 to 20o by tho crato.
Tboio and goosoborrlos aro about all tho
market atlords nt projent. AVo noto salos;
t crates Btrawborrlos at 18c; G bushols
goosobcrries at 2 00.
Not much doing In this branch of tho
market, Now potatoos sell slowly al
4 7BQ5 CO and now onions at 0 OOfiTiO CO
por bbl, Wo noto salos to-day of 20 bbla
now pttatooj at 6 00; 10 bbls onions 0 00;
200 lbs plo plant 4c por pound,
OEMEN'i' 2 00(u2 60 bl.l.
COAI.OIL ltl0a 1 gal.'
GUNNIES Ro-Bowod 2J buehols l&. .
SVRUl'S Choleo 00cf I pur gallon
New Orloana 76C5B0o.
1'LASTEHINU HAIR 35c por
bU'lUR LAI'S 21 bushols com,; 0J 0I
160i do 10 or. IRr! 4 bushels oats 20c 6
bushols 2lo o bushols 22c.
UKHHvyAA V " 3U
HOAfi' Slmoffor's German mottled, 7Jo
l'nlm No. 1, OJc, Gorman 7o.
TALLOW Tit lb66Jc
HUOAK-Oruahod 12c! A. 10?ailo
extra O. lOJPiloSc.
OIIKKSK Weatorn Dalrv 171CltBc'
Now York factory lHlfSlluc.
LIMK 1 251 00 Vbbl.
COFFEE Java 37fl38c! nrlmo 2a
20c; choleo RO,
FRBIUHT Cotton, compressed, to
Now York 85c; to Huston, $1. Uncom
pressed to Now York, $1 14; to Boston,
To Now Orleans nnd Vlcksburg l'o
tntoos, iipplcs, nlc, 30c; pound lrolght
15o cwt; hay $5 por ton. Fork 4Gc po
bbl; tobneo 31; cotton $1. To Momphi
Hour, otc, 26a por bbl; pound freights 12J
wl; hay $1 por ton.
Iladgor, Mary A
Bontly, M M 2
Clark, L Ii
Groen, Sarah E
Harness, 11 A
Hock with, Martha
Clark, M S
llogan, Bridget E
lioaiger, .Mrs t
Hambluton, Helena llogan, Amanda
nirsn, r.mrna llarpor, Husan
Johnson, Delia Jones, Rebecca
Jackson, Louisa Joins, Uattto
Mnrshnll. S M McGeo, Kmma
l'arker, Rllla At Robinson, a M 2
Rusaall, Hlll Rush, Minorva
Stockly.Mrs S O 2 Soal; Lilla
Sholton, Matilda Tapprick. Jullott
Van Oitrando, J AVllson, Llzzio
Williams Liza Woroldon, Fiorina
Williams, Oaty Washington, Hallo
Ferbes Wm N
Fcrrell John C
AlKon Honry S
Clark Jetr M
Kronen G S
Harrison W D & E Ilaloy Eomls
Hall J J
Hlggs Ja W
Minton, A J
Ncal, W R
I'owoll, J Sumnor
Robinson, E E
Warriner, Ellas 2
Wilson, J K.
Zonno, John C
Kipper T 1'
McCutchon, D M
Neir, Willie A
Purcell, B H
Rouch, M J
Ropp, F K
Stattor, Frank J
Thompson, J M
Williams, II L
Oco. W. MuKjcaio, Postmaster
biioo r ly. warm woatbor will soon
bo horo. Now Is tho tlmo to guard against
flies, gnats and mosquitoes. I will say to
tho public that I am making a specialty
of green wiro cloth this soaion and will
duplicate Chicago and St. Lolls
prices, 1 also koop constantly on
hand a largo variotyof Bird
Cagos, Moss Baskets, Flour Stands,
Tollot Sets, Bath Tubs, and a gen
oral stock of Jnpanod, plain and stamp
pod tinwaro, Rofrigorators.Wator GoolorH
and Goech's IXL Ico Croam Frcozors.
Also tbo Odoll improvod Step Ladders,
which will bo sold at bottom figures.
C. W. Hendorson, 100 Commercial av-
enuo, Cairo, Ills. 77 4-24-lm
ALotopNbw Buooiks. Wra. Eioh'
hotl, wholesale and retail doalor in f jrnl-
turo, factory at tho corner of Seventeenth
stroet and Washington avenue, wlihss to
inform tho pooplo of Cairo that be has
Just recolvod a lot of children's buggios
nnd corrlagos, which ho offers to sell at
astonishingly low pricos. Parents in want
of such artic'oj aro rcspoctfully roquestod
to call and uxanilno bis stock boforo pur
chasing olsowhorc. 4-5-2". tf
Notick to Buildkiw. Having started
up our saw mill again, wo aro now pre
pared to furnish all kinds of building
matorlal at lowor pricos, dollvorod, than
It can bo bought from country mills,
Wo havo also on hand two hundrod
thouiand foot of absortbd lumukb that
was colored by slpo wator that wo will
soil at from ST to $10 por 1000 loot.
. . Wall&Ent.
JiiLLiNKnY. iura. ,1 ockson, formerly
Mrs. Swnnder, Is now on band with tho
cheapoat atock of Millinery In Cairo
Sho hns loworod hor houso ovon with tha
t.i.....ii. i .1.. i.. i,
""' .ufciifumu tames nn easv on-
tranco and has loworod hor prlco to nlvo
mom nil achanco to buy a beautiful spring
nnt or Donnot nnd anything olso in her
lino that thoy may want. Hor Moro is
now ono of the most attractive, as It has
long ooon ono of tbo choapest places In
town to buy. Call and sco hor nnd bo con.
vinccd. 18 C.3.1w
mav laowKit. for tho best coal cook
stovo buy tbo colobratod May Ffowor.
rar tlio best wood cook stovo buy tho old
rollablo Charter Oak; famous for civlni-
satisfaction sverywhoro and bolng oapocl
ally adapted lo the wants of ovory houso
hold. 1 koe a largo varloty of other
coouing stovca, which aro bouirht for cash
and will bo soH choapor than tbo cheap
oat. If you wait a cup of good cofleo
for brenkfast bu tho Planished (Inirnn
Biggin or I- rottcL cofioo pot. A full bud-
ply of Brltnnia ctfl'oo and tea pots always
on unnu. Don't Urcot tbo n aco.
O. W. HKNUKSHnv.
70.t-2t.lm 100 Commercial
R. Smyth t Co. uimr Mr eaio ko mn
old cluars. which th.v will soil
guarantoo to bo good tobacco and erapko
woll. Wholosalo from $15 to $3o per
w -i' i
i,ooc; rotall, two to flvo cents onoh. Ono
tuoustnd pounds lino smoking tobacco In
one ond ono and a half pound packages,
inoy iso liavo io barrols good vinecar: a
platform tountor soalos, and ono natont
cool oil can, which thoy will soli nt a bar
Tun tarter SHOD IB tm .nil cornnr ol
your foollngs with a snooth shave, or cool
nur toraper and heal with a good sham-
It is a flrst-cltss shop, and you are
i , of rocoiving nrsvolas" treatment.
Lalka and ohlldron's hair rut or oUrJed
after tun ,noH approved ityis, a-10-tf
tlomanly sssl.t.nt, csn be found at any 9SS ffi
hour of tbedayornlsbt, ready o soothe- I'toryfgTns. ' 0Uer """lMoi
To all, particularly Invalids, spring is
a trying season. Indications of sickness
should at onco be attended to. Tatal
diseases may bo caused by allowing tb
bowols to bocomo constipated, and th
systom to remain in a disordered oondttlon,!
until the disorder haa time to dovelop it
self. An ounce of prevention Ii worth a
pound of cure, Is an old and truthfnl say
Ing, Tltoroloro, wo advise all who are
troublod with tho complaints now very
prevalent hoadache, indigestion, dis
ordered llvor, want of appe
tite, najioa, or feverish skin,
to tako, without delay. Hchenck's Man
drake Fills. Wo know of no remedy so
harmlnss and decisive in 1U action. It at
onco strikes at tbo root of the dlsoase and
producoa a healthy tone to the system
1'eoplo need nevor suffer from any dlsoase
arising from a disordered condition of tho!
llvor If they would take this exoellent
medlclno when (bey fool the first Indica
tions nf tbo malady. Families leaving
homo for the summor months should tako
throo or four boxes of these pills .with
thotu. Thoy havo an almost Instantane
ous effect. They will relieve the patient
of hoadache in ono or two hours, and will
rapidly cloansa tbe liver of surrounding
hi I o, and will elloctuallv prevout a Dillout
attack. Thoy are sold by all druggists.
U0 4-80-1 m-wkl
Htki- ana Kxtonsion ladders, Hand
Screens, Riddles, Sieves, Shovels, Spados,
Forks, Hoes, Rakos, Water Closet Urinals,
Kltchon and Coss Pool Sinks, Clothes
Ringors, Clothos Hones, Clothes Llaesn
and, iu fact, a lull assortment of kltcben
and Houso furnishing goods at A. Hal
lo 's, 1C8 Washington avenue, near Tenth
stroet. oo i-17-lm.
Foil Stovsw, Tin war o,toi lot ware, steam
cooking vessels, broilers, bird cages, Ian
erns, gate springs, gate hinges, table and
pocket cutlory, fluting Irons. Also fur
roofing, gutters and spouting, go to A.
Halloy's, 168 Washington avenue, near
Tontb stroet. 60 4-1 7-1 m.
HXALTH AND 1'tIRB W ATKSU PtrSODS
wanting clstorns ropalred or new ones
built can be accommodated in a satisfac
tory tnannor by calling on the under
signed on Cross street, or by addressing
b.or.c.7!' J i or bT wort at city
clerk's office J. Hawkins.
mih OKX.I.A mtfivm.
R. SMYTH t CO.
No. CO Ohio Levee,
B. F. PARKER, "
(53uccesor to Parker k Ulake,)
PAINTS & OILS
And the celebrated Illuminating
Bross' Building, JUh St. Uomerclal Ay.
Boot tfc Shoe
Ilctwccc TenUi aiulElaventh Street
I" prepared to flU orders without delay.
Imnil. JUktrucelveil from NrwivrrW nnl .-
Illlt sliatl-n 41... h.l .
H.1 ni '
K. MAXWELL ft CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNTG OILS-
Also Agents tor the'
No. 710, North Maine Street.
DR. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs:
THE GREAT AMERICAN CON-
OU JUA'A'AViS ltiSilKDY
Consumption Is NOT nn Incurable disease.
PhyslsluuM assure us tbbj lact.. Jt U only
- . .K,au vu uo uvuiiuoreu.
Hall's.Baltan Ii this Bemedv.
It breaks ud tha mirUi kiJnJfLii.... .,.
onnrcssl VO tluhtneu anrau 7hZ 'in.'"
heals tholareeraud and excoriated aurfaoos
which llievctiom ol tho dlseaso produoes.
WHILE LIFE LASTS THFRE 18 HOPE
It may not be" to6 late in orit a cur.
alter the doctors have srivan you ud
inn's jialssm Is sold "everywhere, and
way bo had at whoUsalo of the rronriaiora
JtJbnK. Henry. Curran 4'Co Vt .V.7:
Ureal Modlne'wareliSSaeaSa 9 CoMew-
h JuinaiAi in.MlHU si sill rn ramA,l sru.
Also Proprietors of Hcotlll's Wood' anJ
Liver Byrup.Carbolic Salve SdeyySSch?.
Oxygenated Bitters, MM'tm tmff
JUIWV. HENRY, OtmitAN ft CO