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8K0IIKT SOOIHTIKH.
AL AI.ON I.OlXi'K, NO .'.I
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LOCAL NOTICES.
a. ;inii. j.
Now ii )nnr time. Vmi run jret lictlor
bargain than vcn ever oili-teil licfnri) In
tti) line ol "tiiM' tluw.in' ainl Ik.um! fur
nl.lilnj? giiod, nt A. Hall)', No, Inland
170 Watlilnloii ne. lU-lJ-'Mm
ririi ,Hiipii. ,
Mr. 1'. l-'ltjrrrnM li.i Jil't received mill
Im mi wile :it lil k.iIci I ocilil a large lin'k
i ( KiiglMi all, porter, llcinic")' brands
uml vtui', ulnl liquors of all Llnil-, which
lie will dlnhott' or at ri-u.un.ib1u price.
IWi tf.
Snlnl Chnrli-.
(iooJ flugle room mi 1 lie iiji; cr lloor at
the Sulnt Charles run he had, wild board,
at the vrr) low rate of Stf) pr inotith'.
(inml HnrKiilim.
Ho, lor jjonil lmrKln", at A. Italic) '.
He will full it jrrcatlv reduced Ulcn nr
tb next thirty d.iyn. Nu. His nl 170
Washington avenue. lii-IJ-Mm
Oil I'll III 1 1 II u-.
Mr. Winter I' hu .iliitiii'j mne larj.
portrait In oil. Wo an- Kind to nee the
people waVtnx up to th appreciation ot
true (renin. A lliif photograph ofthf l!cv
Mr. Thsyer, on ohlhlllou, li 'Ifc itn lf.
MM'MtMt
r'or Hoot, and Hioc ol an)
t)li'. 'innMty orilet'-rlptlon jro
lo Mill, i.niij'f on juumeiii
trccl, or at No M Ohio l.ei-i-. He sn.-ir-nntecs
to each purchaser the .took that he
telcct, and uuuillnclure honlf at all I rice
ratiKlnK from H 00 to 1., 01. Cllitotnep.
troubled with cornn or tender feet, ale
guaranteed an cay lit, n hoot are titled to
th foot. In tho bvnre of Mr. Khler, who
wilNiiperlntcnd hnth hopi, l'lillllp I'.uixh
will haw charge of the I.evec '.Imp and IM.
I'lUgcrald the "hop on Twentieth Mreet.
Thanking hi patron for pat faor he (.
licit a contlmuncn of the tame.
itt-lMCtl
. I.ulillier Vllril.
lliarle I-mcater and Newton ltlco,
Imlh well known to our citizen', and
to river men generally, hau e
lablUln.il a lumber yard In Cairo, corner of
sixteenth street and Commercial avenue.
They will keep cw-ry decriptinn of build
in;; material and oalnlioat luinher. iloor,
ah, hllndi, inotililliiK", hlnle, lath, t tc.,
etc., and re deteriiilned to .ell lower than
luinher ha ever heen in'd In Cairo. The)
solicit a ddr lrl.il from ttcamliout men and
builder, and guarantee lati'factlon In all
ui', 3"7-10-'J7-lf.
OYSTERS I 0YSTEKS! !
'iilru l!iiterirl,e.
"proat. IKi Ohio t e, I rei eMntr New
Oilean iijileri eiT) nioriilu- In l.nlk. lie
it nuking hi own eun- and piekin hi
nun 0)ler, therohy avrililliifr Hie exorhl
l.int clmre for tiaii'iiortnt'ou, and I ena
bled to tiirtil-.il a heller aril -If at a K-
price than any other dealer. I'atronie a
liouin institution, ami lie milt yourself.
If-l'M-tf.
Aller llli- I'lre.
I idi.l hare a few tirl-e'a Wood and Coal
(Took Moves al-o I'arlor, Ofili-e and llov
HeatliiK Moves Mljrar Kettle, Oven,
Skllletii and I.iJ; Alrtirite Mantel Orate,
i liuln l'litnp', I. lit I'liinp-, .otoc-ilpe,
Klbow', .!nc, Micet Iron, Tin-plate, fov
per, etc. Aln a few (Irnln and (iras
Scythcn, not Injtlreil by I lie lire. Al-o a
vailely of other ijood, wlileli I amnllerin
ntlinmS.'itiTlVperecnt. below eo.t. Call
IniiiKillstcly If you want a baialn, ah I am
determined to c'o-r out w, thin ten diy-.
N. liXi Commercial axuue.
12J-l2-3l:lfit. 21-1. Kektii.
Itii ii.
I) wn, down tliey runic the prlee of
tovc and tinware at A llalle', No. Ills
and 170 Waliiliitnn n cnnc. llestlt)''
toics at c tt.
l(l.li-5.1m
Xewly-lilted, tinely fimil-licil barber
bo by fieorc Stclnhoiiie, e'irncr Com-iiii-rcl.il
avenue and Ktglitli street. Year
olpract'ce Inve t'ivcti him n light hand
tint iiiAci. a Hinooth shave delightful. AH
who trv him nime will call af,'iiln. All the
l-ile dully pi'inrk aro kept on hi table for
the be nellt ol hi cOftonicrH, and there i
ii te IIoim waltlii'.'for turn if
Wnuleil.
Tilly to 8oveiiiy-;ie d illurs por monih.
AKenU wanted everywhere. Tene'ici. la
dies, gent i, cte , etc. No capital or out.
lay required, hi nd !!) cent lor poue on
o'ltllt, to 1. C. Wlll.CIIMAN.
tl Inlii Pt.tttoo. I'iiImi County, Ohio.
4'nlilielilin l tin- I, lie nl t i-Mile.
ill' l.oitli' (; l -in n. I'liie l.auildii',
No VI, I'liurln streit.lietMcun Waliii)L'l -li
and Coinnieri lal i.-niii", dm' al I, mU r.i
!iuunuii'o.irelauiiii') w -rk Vit lad i ulnl
l-'cnt i iiii-n, llullti;', Ac OeullemciiV hr:
waheilaud pollrhid. Slnla f-I.i 1 1 and cil
I ar, 10c; p;r dozen N)e; irU ,'m-: two col
lur, f e; two hainlkerchlel, "u-: veil line;
mil h'I gentlemen'. wear. m)i-. pr
iUuvH, l.ailien' (Irenes, 2-" li Ml.;
l.lrtl) l '.'): ilraiv.tr 10 d do; iw.i
pair Iip'hO r.t'i two collar ."i to b e. Knr la
dle' plain eloilie ?l (Op r dnen; lor la
dlci line elolhri1, fl i' per iloeiu dime
prompt h, nnd ploniplly delUeiv I. Pa
trnnage Hollclleil.
H.'M-f-d I in.
I'lioliii-iiiiliy.
Goto Wt.sTrn's flAi.i.Kitv anl ca II
,pecluicn of pholii'ualili! all. Hall an
hour eun be rpent very penantly In view
ing soiiiii olt lie Me'l.kn.wn lacrt of our eltl
yen. .Mr. W. Wn on hand a Im-o .tori; ol
new and eleKiiui frame, aiil'ablo lor hol
iday tilt. I'liotiKiaplis maile only upon
l'rlday and .Saturday, exeep by pee.
lal uppoiiitnient. (lallery open evory cvcnlrg
lor visitor.-',
I'm' Mule.
A ynuiiK lior-iu I yours ol i lutt May-
works tUiK'o ur double; will bo .old on fl
months' time note with sood scciulty.
Apply at Thk Hui.lrtin ofllco.
hc nllctiii.
"city we wsT
TTHrl)AV. .lANI'.MIV 1-'. lS.
I.oeiit Weiitlier llepiirl.
I uim, h i . , Janiini) II, K.V
'IIMK. I 11(11. I till.
Winii .i.. I Wi.tinrii
In m a.1 on I i
II " 1 ."l..1ill i
N I. I fair.
IN., . I
2 III. f .-Ki.'.TI i ill
: I.. I A J Cimr.
THOMAS .lOXUS. Olrtertrr
I. I.. lllliini. llenlM.
will eiiiilliiiic In nperali' lor tbe ilillerenl
eliinil.'Xclilvi'ly, mi i-aeli uml every
Snlilnliiy. l-fi-'-'l
I'l-rxnllnl.
,Mr. I. .Mulliii i?louly linprov
iliL' 111 lienltll.
Mrn, I 'lit, mother if Mr. H.
Miitliu, It In tlm city, inlh il lien- by Hie
llliit'M of her ilnii'lili'i'.
Tin' Ht. I.nlil Tiniri iiiiiioiiiht- that
.Iiulc Henry WlnlerolCnlrd, win nt tin;
rimilcr"' IIiiii',Iii Unit i lly, mi Saturday
la-t.
- Wi Uml the follow Intr anion"; the
mint ih'lillXilNlie'l K'iiph' I'rolll Alexull
der eoiiiily ntthc Mm tin IIoiih-, on ('ro.
Mrw'l. 'Jiiey nro ntti'iiilin' court: .lolui
Ci-.ilr. Chiir Cn-ek; .Inline Mnrehlhloii.
Thebes ; li. 1'. Hrowii. V. -M. llii.tercd.
(). Oneiilec, ,lc.u .IiiuKmiii. tlno.c
Nlnml; John Ir.iy, Henry Wlnjer,
Cnlty. nml John W. Illlenifiii. Iltiel-
WlMlll.
Or. NlilHI.'t. I.eelllrc.
A lur'i- niidleiiec wa In ntleudaliei' at
the nijrli School building, last liihl, mid
ll-tciiil to Dr. Smith's very IntercMln;;
leetiilf mi "A llrop eil" Wnti-r.' The
liix-tor I mi idle I lit "object -kllllully nml
learnedly, imparting iniieli iiifnrinatioii
t hi INlcncr. Tin; eoiieliilon
of the led lire wn bcntlliiill
ami elicited :i roimd of appreeialive :ip-plu-'.,
Ciifiirtitiiiitcly the liiietor'i- vohc
I Wink, .lllil -utile; of the llllilii'llec. In Ilic
back nii1 of the room, were tumble to
Iniir nil 1 1 1 nt wn -aid. Next Monday
iillit. Dr. Ilrihniii will lectiiri' on the
llbjeel : "Kvoliltloii, If true, tesiehe,
neither Allieiiii nor Mutcriiiliin."
Our Tiitc.-W lint Ilie 'lt nml Cinill.
1 .11 uI I'a
taint lM-nr tlinfrrent burden of taxa
tion In Alexander county, a fart innde
evident by the following-iljriirc.
tiii: r in.
The v.tlui; of property in till
rily wn;2.7iV,70:i.ciiiali.e( by the Stntc
Ibmrtl of i:iiulljitloii to ??'., :i.Vj.'.(j.
Upon this valuation the I'ollowiii"; taxe
hiive Ix.i'it Icvliil. nml are now in jiro-(.e-il'i-t)IIeeil(ui
;
Mile UV ....
t'nunir Ttiv
( A V.I! I! Inli-lrtl
Ixrnilli.u lai- ....
Hilr1el -elHwl
It..ail .
Illr It II, Inlori'it
I'nifViinl l ...
St.Sli WJ
T.irjl .VJ
4,!H 34
. Iti.Ui'.l l
li'l 31
4.IS1I M
itiil -
no; cou.vtv.
The afeisl valuation in the county
oiitnih' ofCnim v.is,Si"i74,11!l; eriualicti,
.171,0341. I'poii Ihl. valuation the lul
iovvlojf tnct have been levied :
Mate la
I .ill II I LiV
I, .11 a-i
.l.i'ii oi
1 .T4I10
iu
4ir, ::
r. V. It II. Ililerr,! w,
Illi-lrlct -elio.il
K.il
r.irfi-il,!
'Ital
m:,.mo ?!
Hern.
.Suuiluy .nfteniooii, while an old gentle
mail wn- Mainline iniir Hie lire built by
Ilic skitter- oiitlu-liHiikiif Ilie Mll.-ippI,
u boy luilueil I'at.y I. ally acco-teil lilin
by iol.itiL' liini in tlic rib- with hi- li-i.
and -ayiu lu :i jov lul torn;: "How arc
y on. old ral 'r" The old man did not like
r.iti-;. '" 'rectin very well, but said uotli
in:, ami I'.il-y thought It wa- all rljtht.
Hut a lil DiiteliuiHii, wlm U cui)iloyc(lln
hauling ice. thoii'lit that till wa- an in
suit to tlic old man. for which I'al-y
"hoiihl be uha-ti-ed, and M-ein thai no
one el-e wa" 'olii to take the matter ill
hand, he tlctc rniittf to do mi hiiu-elf.
.Cci.iirilln.v'ly. (Jerniaiiy in.ule a break
tor Krjn, c.'iiiht and iravc liini M-vcral
hanl blow- with a heavy hlack.-unkc
wagon whip, nnd then went back to Id
work as If notliln' out of III- ordinary
Hue of bii-ine had tran-plred.
The coolnes- of tlic Dutchman
nroii-ed the anger ol a colored gentleman
named Joe Johnson, who -aid that "ilat
old heergii..ler nlnt got no llceii- to do
iinulat way. 1 tell you," whereupon the
Dutchman, who had heard Joe'. remark,
went tor the gentleman and gave liini a
dii-c of the .-utiio medicine that he had
given l'at.-y. Tlic thing wa- beginning
to grow -crloii", and no one knew wlio-e
turn would come next, until a young
man by the name of Warren, who had
-ecu tin; whole transaction, -aid to one of
hi I'lieiiil who wa MKiiding near: '1
would like to know what right that big
Dutchman ha" to take up tor anyone
,1-e'r" The Dutchman wa- ju-t close
enough to Warren to catch the meaning
of hi word, which he did not like. He
had coiumeiiceil the thing and he win go
ing In carry it through. He advanced
on W.htcii. and sifter giving hlui a wann
ing, again rcunied hi work; and did not
have occa-iou to leave hi pn-l again dur
ing Ilic afternoon.
CIRCUIT COUKT.
IIoikIii.t, .liiiiuiir.i .1 1, IST.1.
On , Sunday morning Jailer I'it.ger
ald ill-covered a ca-c of Miiall pox among
ihc Inmates of the coiiuly jail, which lael
being made known lo Judge llaker Ihl
mornliig.tlie court was removed!' roni the
eoiiit hoii"e to the Arab engine lnme,
w lieroil uiel at tw o o'clock till afternoon.
Ths iraversy Jury lor thl and tho
next week, wa linpiiiiiieled, ami a trial
iloeUel uiailii oil I I'orto.iiiori'iiw.
John Kelly, Indicted al the l.t-t Sep
tember term of the circuit court, came
into court to-day ami plead guilty in" Ihc
chargo ol' carrying concealed weapons.
He was Ijiied ten dollars ami cost".
Ovulern.
Frch Ualtlinoio oysters received dally
ami sold ny rail. H. Sanp. SW-ll-'-'O-lf
(Jenernl lleiil".
I'ni'.nll-eeoal l Hie l)i't In Ilic niar-
Let.
Mound ( lly ha" a dramatic club thai
IIiciivh ol llial city talk a great ileal
about, mid pioiioiincex very good.
Holler, of Ihc Mound City Jounntl,
has been nppolntcil enrolling ami engro
Ing clerk of Hie Senate.
The cold wave that ftrock the city
la! I'liday night wn it big thing of Us
kind colder than the Ninth pole.
The t'oiiiucopl.i club, of .Mound City.
lire going to glc u grand ina-ipieradc
ball, at Stoke' Hall, on TucUay night,
the Huh Inst.
There arc now four cac of "mail pox
111 the M-t Iioii-c. three of whom It Is
thought will recover, uml one for whom
l hen Is very little hope.
Judge linker has ileverteil the court
house, on account oftlm Hiinll pox having
broken out In the jail, ami I now holding
court hi the Ami engine liouc
The llnet iiiality of freh ll'h can be
found at Sprout oV Sou's. They receive
them twin-u week, Sunday nml Thur
day, uml, If you'll take our word for It,
they arc good eating.
Tlic congregations of all the churches
of Ihl city weie iniieh larger onlat Sun
day, both morning and evening, than on
any previous occa-iou for more than
eight week.
The congregation at the Church ol
the l.'rdecmer wa iiiui'iially large on
Sun-lay night, to listen to the I lev. Mr.
Ollbert's 'eriiion to the young men,
which Is mid to have been a brilliant ef
fort. Order laradl-c co.il tho bet for
oook)ng, gMte- or .team.
The brewer and Ice packers gener
ally, f-iM-ut Sunday in cutting, hauling
and Mitring away !in. The lee being put
awny by thciii for iiuiiner u-e Is linn
uallv clear, and fnnn four to lx Inches
thick.
The ice on the .MU-Uslppl river iit
fordctl iniieli iorl to many of the young
men and boy of tin city la-t Sunday.
The river wn alive with them from early
in the morning till late at night.
We are Informed that the hoard of
chool director", under whoc nupiccs
theeoiir-c oflccluri'ai-i'iiowprogrc'ing,
have Invited Mr. W. II. .Morri to deliver
a hiiiiinrou- lecture. Whether he will
comply with their reiiie-t we arc unable
to say.
Mr. Iliiefner, proprietor of tin; I'laii
tcr' liou-c. gave another very plea-ant
party l.iM night. A large iiiiniheroffrlend
were pre-ent. and jiHrtlelpated in the
(laiii, which wa- kept up till two o'clock.
The rclh.-hiiient- oll'ercd to tho guc't..
It I 'uld were inot dellciou.
A man called Neweomb, from Clear
Creek precinct, who wa" conllned In the
county jail, wa attacked with the mall
pox Sunday, and was removed to thepe-t
hou-e. We learn from Jailor Fitgemhl
that the ease i" a had one. and that in all
probability the patient will die
Dr. Thayer I wauled over In 'IVrre
Haute, Indiana, to hold a di-eour-e on
"The Philosophy and I'lieuomenaof Splr
ltuallm." So a recent coiuiniinleatloii
lrom that city Inform him. The doctor
I fond of making an occasional "expo-c"
In that Hue, and it -trike- it- th.it If he
goes ami ojK'ii out on them lit hi- n-ual
i-tyle, It will be decidedly lively ov.-r
there.
Wo nrc informed by Jailer ritgcnihl
that Mr. William Johii-on. the colored
gentleman who -tolc an overcoat a few-day-
ago. and 1- now conllned in Hie
county jail, i getting the small pox. Mr.
Johnson 1 of the opinion that lie I- get
ting it. and 1 accordingly cheerful, lie
believe- the dl-ea-e will keep hllll out of
the penitentiary. Hut it may get him
Into Ids grave.
The lailiesappoliitcdby the Kpl-copal
church to canva- the city and solicit aid
lor the purpo-e of piircha-lng a new 11
hrary for their .Sunday -cliool, have me
cccded In ral-lng ninety dollar", which,
added to the fund donated by the member
of the church, will lie an ample amount
to buy an elegant a ortment of book.
The purchasing committee expect to have
the new library ready for di-trlbutloii iu
two week from next Sunday.
It lia- been Miggc-tcd by- Odd-IVl-low.-
that a grand cxeur-lon and plc-nle
on the Cairo ami St. Louis railroad be
gotten up by the member" of that order
iu till-city, and that invitation to parti
cipate Ik- extended to all the lodge, along
the line of the road. The -ngge-tlon I
oll'ercd at thl early date In order tiiat
ample time lor preparation may lie had,
as the weather will not allow any (Iciuon
"Iratloii of thl-kind for mouths to come.
On Tue-day evening la-t, at regular
meeting of the Mound City Lodge Xo.
'.T.0 I. O. 0. P., tin- following were the
otllccr.- hitallcd lor the cnulng term :
Win. Wilson, Noble tirand; 1). D. Har
ris Vicc-(iniud ; Win. II. Iloo, Secre
lary.and K. A. Hay-, Treasurer. Owing
to the litiiiiie-foi-dipoalat tleicheof
the year, the cour-e of lecture wa- ill
coutliiue.'l for the time being, and will be
rcMiiued on next meeting night. when It N
hoped there will he u full attendance.
The nil binary .-ervlces at tho Melli
odit church, In Mound City lal .Sunday,
wcro highly i-iiccefiil. Mr-. Oray ml-drc--ed
a large congregation morning and
evening, and her efforts evidently were
well received. A branch of the Wo
man' roreign .Mllon -oclcty was or
ganized, thirty-four per-on Joining.
Mr. A. W. Spraguc w a-elected pivl-
dent; Mr, li. A. 1 1 aw ley, Mr-. J. A.
Waugh, Mr". W. L. Ilaiuliletoii and .Mr.
S, D, llcane, vlce-pre-ldent-', Mr. K.
I'alis, corresponding -ccrelary; Mr, Lu
clnda Parr, recording -ecreliiry, anil Mr,,
lllake, trcasiiivr.
The next term of the Pula-kl county
circuit court will commence on the loth
of February. The following are the
grand Juror -unimoned for the term:
Ira lliillcr. Win. Armstrong, li. W. Vo
ctini, O. W. Hugh', .Mat. Haghy, Tho-,
Price, Ollbcrt Steer", Willis Kdward",
llieh'd .lolii).in, li. P. Meyer, W. L.
Ilambletoii, X. It. Casey, Frank l.ycrly,
.Sam'l Steers, (ieorge 0. Morris, George
Meitz, Geo. Mliiuleli, Joseph i:sex, H.
J. Ayers, Joliathan Cralu, Irael
.Sandcnon, .Ins. S. .Morrl?, Caleb lloir
. COMMERCIAL.
CaIIUI, It.L9 .MONIIAV JIVKNINtl,
January 11, 1&7G. j
We, hi thlsfcctlon, lire p.'iliiglhioiigi
Hie coldct "spell" of ueathlcr ever ex
perienci.'d hi this latitude. The tempera
Hire Iat Friday night changed suddenly
from 10 degrees above zero to llftecu lie
lowland has held, with little variation,
from . to 10 i-.ltove for I ho lat Ihrcedayf.
The Mlsll;ipi Is a solid sheet of Ice
from Cairo to, St. Louis.
The blockade, ha not, as jet,
cll'cctoil the market at this point
anylfut n general forward inoic
ineiit. may be expected at- any time,
Flour continue heavy 'nlniovvvvvlth
large Mock of choice and u -caiclly of
low and medium grade. Corn meal I
.i-.iri-c and unlive. Corn nnd oat.s rule
Very yiilct, uml not very heavy Hock.
Iluttcniiil egg uru plenty and dull.
Poultry of all kinds 1 scarce and wanted.
Heceipts ol grain (or the last three days
an1 a follows : Twelve cars corn, IS cars
oal, I car. wheat.
THK MAKKKT.
fea'Our lrlciul Mintihl hear hi mind
thai the prices here given an; ii'iially for
sale from llr-t bauds Iu round lol. In
lllllng orders and for biokeii lots It Is nee-cs-ary
lo charge an advance over these
tlgui-c.?!
IT.OL'H.
Tlic market I heavy and dull all round.
I hero l very little demand for any tiling.
Low grade are scarce and iu -oine
demand. Choice is plenty and
not wanted. We note sales IKK)
bill", $1 .VOI 7.; IKK bbl. $1 .V) to 4 M;
IloObbl' XX, $1 7o; 200 bhl. $1 50 to
5 SO; :I00 bbl, SI 00 to S 7S; 62.1 bbl",
City Mill. $1 'JS toO SO; loo bhl. $1 SO
to 0 00; 100 bbl. SI SO to SO 00: 300
bbl", Si SO to S 75.
HAY.
liecelpts are light and all kind lire
scarce. The demand for medium hay, at
about Sic 00. or slit on, I- active, with
very little ollcruig. Sale" were 2 itr"
mixed delivered, s-ls 00: I ear
mixed delivered. S20 00; 1 car
timothy delivered, S21 (Hi; I car
timothy delivered. S22 00; 1 car
mixed delivered. S20 SO: 2 cars
choice
choice
choice
choice
cholic
mixed, SIO00; 1 car rijie timothy
dellv-
crcil. S20 00; 2 ear- choice timothy deliv
ered. cft!l (K); 2 cars choice timothy ildlv
ered. S21 ().
COIIX.
Then I a good order hut no shipping
demand. Price- hi Xew Orleans are m
low, that speculator- are oil here. We
note sales a follow -: I car No. 2 white
hi -aek delivered 70c; 0 car- rejected iu
sick- delivered 71c; 2 car- Xo. 2 white
In sack delivered "lie; 1 car Xo. 2 w hile
ill bulk on track DOe; 2 ears Xo. 2 mixed
in -aek delivered 70c; II car Xo. 2
white In light -aek- delivered 75c.
OATS.
The market hold- llrm and unchanged,
but the demand N very .small ami the
supply oll'ering I limited. Sale were 1
cirXo. 2 mixed hi sack delivered, 05c;
s car- Xo. 2 mixed in sacks delivered, 05e;
5 eat Xo. 2 mixed in Micks delivered.
G.V; 2 ears Xo. 2 black lu sacks delivered.
CsV.
MKAL.
Receipts llnd ready "ale at quotation.
There are no Mipplic- on the market.
Price arc llrm and unchanged, Sale" of
JUI hlU etcmn dried, :i 0O; 100 1,1,1k kilo
dried. $:i 05: Iloo UhU, City Mills. j;l 75.
IH!AX.
The demand 1- greater than the-upply.
Kceeipt- are -mall and are all taken on
arrival; -ale were 1 car hi -aek-, deliv
ered. S20 00; ISO -aek- delivered, S20 00.
IH'TTF.I!.
There i- a -mall improvement in tho
demand, with no change iu price-. Stork
of all kind are very large. Sale were
Ii00 Hi" choice yellow Xoilliern roll. 25c;
500 lb- choice white Xoriherii roll, 23c;
200 lb choice Southern Illlnoi roll, 20c;
22 bucket Southern I llluol packed, 22c;
700 Hi choice roll 2(V5 25c; 5001b choice
Xortliern rool, 25e.
KliGS.
The market I- over-locked, and the de
mand I- almo-t nothing. We note -ale
of 100 dozen 20(S.22e; 000 dozen 20c: 1100
dozen aOfTj'J-'.
POL'LTHV.
There 1 a good demand for all kind"
of drc ed poultry, and .-oine Inquiry for
live. There I- none of either lu market.
We note sale- of 200 Hi, dreed turkey
12Jc; I doen drt e.l chicken S2 .V
!l 00; 5 dozen drc--ed chicken- S2 Suffi
it 25.
putatoi:s.
The cold weather make It a little dilll
cult to handle potatoes. Choice peach
blows are lu active demand at limitation-.
Sale- 50 bhls choice peach bliws
SU 00; 25 bhl-choice pcaeli hlow-.slHKI.
FHl'IT.
The demand for fruit- ol all kind 1
very -nndl. Orange- are not wanted at
any price. We note sales of 50 bhl
eliolce apple. Sit 25; 50 bhl coiumou
apple, S2 00(2 25; 75 bbl coiumou to
cholre, $2 00 to SH 'K'-
PHOVI&ION'.--.
The market hal changed f ir the better
and there 1 a very strong upward ten
deney hi prices, which to-day are quoted
at an advance of a quarter of a cent all
round. We quote dry -alt clear -Ides 10J
lie; dry "alt clear lib side. 1010Jc;
dry salt clear shoulder, "j(2"i; hacon,
hams, 12r.i lllje; me pork, Sill SOfn'
20 (Ml,
RIVER HEWS.
W.UI IJKIT. ItlVEIl ltKIOUl,
Jnuiary I ', h7.
Ahw,e
loivwati'i
i Clinnge.
i
HTAI'IOXrt.
11.
in. ; pt. lineal.
2 ' 1
10 1 !
I'ittsiiuri; il
Ctiu'iuu.iil D
l.oiilsillle., r''g
Hvautv'lle
Nh lalll.) II
St, l.ouis i 5
.. 0 .
II
II '
.Vollcc.
Notice In hereby i;ii en, to all thnie w ho at e
Indebted to Wall A Knt, that tho hulnlneHs rr
lutliixto tho llrminuit he settled by tlielMh
of this month. H.uimon II, IIi.ack,
HG-l-U-tit. Attorney lor O T. Wall.
PLANTER house.
58 Ohio Lovee, Cairo Illinois.
IUIiuiiiiiI If iicl'iirr, l'roirlelnr.
HILL OF FA UK.
coin's.
.Mock Turtle, Vcgetalilc, and Vernie
elll Houps, 15ccnl er plate,
ovsrnii.
Haw, per plate :to cent"
Stewed, per plato :ii "
Fried, per plate. 50 "
Scolloped, per plate 10 "
Hrolled, per plate 50 "
I'ISll.
Trout, a la lata, per plate 25 cents
J rout, n la niaecmi iH', per plate :t() "
llolled llb, in every tylc 20
Pickled Herring, per plate........ 20 "
IIKKt.
Hoast ;, l..s
lloast, with Potatoes -jo
HeeMcak, with Potatoes 20 "
lleefstcak-, with Vegetables JO "
lleertc.ik. with (liiliinu -M ,,
Porter-house Meak. wltli jmtatoe.'l5 "
'I'enderlohi. with .Miishroons m
icmierioiu. wiin Marilclls
vi:.u..
CutleU braided ;to
Cutlets- plain -j.-,
Cutlets with criniii sauce 25 "
'OltK. '
Pork steak plain '.'5
hparii-iiiii 'J,-,
rig s reel an
Pork steak bi-.dded 20 "
.Mt'lTOX.
Cliims nl.'iln .-. ..
Chops, with Green Pea 10 "
Chop, with TouintiH!" JO "
KMC.
.S(uirrcls :io
ltablilts ,'K) "
(uail on Toint :t5
ciilson steak, cranberry sauce., -to "
Hear steak with curr.int'jelly ,V) "
i:c,(iH.
Poached on toast ;v) "
llolled '.o "
Fried 20 "
Omelet J5
Omelet, with Parley 25 "
vK(irn".nt.i:s.
Maslied Potatne- u
Fried Potatoe in "
Iloihil Potatoes Ill
Stewed Toiuatnc io "
Green Peas ,
Turnip'
Cabbage
Sour Krout
Heaus
Ilice
Hoinhiy
15
10
10 "
10
10 "
10 "
10
IIIIKAII.
Iloll. Corn Hi-cad, live llrcad
or Light Hrcad ." 10 "
Milk Toa-t or Cream Toat 15
Plain Toast 10 "
Corn, litickwheat and riannel
cake 10 "
Collee, Tea and Chocolate lo "
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Any city dialer can till your order
for Par;i'lle coal. 1-12-llt.
If you want frcb oystcru without pay
ing for the r.n and transportation, gj to
Sproat's, ICS Ohio Lev re, and get them by
the poll full, freh every morning. 12-4-t
Having given up my ol 1 stand on the
levee and taken Kcoliler .V Pro's -hop. on
Klghth treet, J -lull ho p'epared to suw
ply the citizen ol Cairo with the best
meat the inurkel allord. 1','eate call and
ice me. l'nii.. llow.Mtn.
Oo to Bproat's, tri Ohio l.cvec, and
get your oyslrs by the hundred or can
Irei-ii every morning. 12-l-tl
S'iroat, ins Ohio Levee, Is llirnlshlu
oy te's in the light fhape. Kamllie ran
he Hipp led In an quantity frc-li every
morn ii". 12.4-tf
Joe Ito'.cker Is now In lull control of
the Wadiiii','ton hiker), and liming learn
ed the want of the public, I prepared to
urp')' on call aU demand-for French loaf,
Ho, ton, lirnwn ami Graham bread, and
everything el-c oidluarily loiiud in a tlrst
ciassbak ry. He maintain- a fu'lstoikol
ciafcctmnerle, and can, as well rs any
other dealer In the city, lill all order in
tliut line. Cake baked, iro-tcd or orna
mented on short notice. Speda latteutlon
i;lvento the orders of wedding or picnic
parties, fi-lMf.
Coyne's oytcr depot and ifstaurant.
Oysters In the sliell and can, fre!i fvery
day, at Phil Saiip's old otanil, betwreu
Sixth and Seventh streets, C'iiIim, Illinois.
Sllnclilinlilers' .Meellui;.
Oi ricis Cjiiho.v Vixcp.snhs I!. It. Co.. I
Nkw Voiik, J.imisi) 1875 I
The annual meeting ot the ,oekliolder
oftho Cairo and Vinccniics It illroad com
ptny will be h id nt film, lll.nni, on
Wednesday, .lamiary 27, ls7o.
ItOSWKI.I, Mll.LKR, Sec'i.
Winding
All poror.s knowing tlicin-elu'S to be
ludcliteil to mo are rci-pecllully reiiietid
to pay up their account by January I, as I
am dielroiu of wlcdlng up my lmincs as
soon as pos.lhle, preparatory to making a
now stmt. All KccniuiH unpaid by January
15th, will he p'accd In the hands of nn
attorney for collection. 'I'. .1. Kunrii.
I2t.l2-l-10t
To Item.
Cottage lioue, file room, hall, clonU
nnh-rooiii, wnoibilied and a good clUcrn,
Located onvmlent to lnilncs part of the
city. App'y to (). P. I.) u, Ciimmerclul
avenue, near Sixth hired. ll'.'-l-S-ot.
I'lK-liilllli'il VVnllii-.
All Vtchfi, Clock and .Imvclry, that
li.nu been lull witli me for repair, on which
the c nu-es are imp i d, will h till day
Ijft at tho Jewelry utoru of )lr. II. llimpt,
on 'uldiiKtoii avenue, and will at the ond
of thirty dayii lrom ililnlne lie mUl t pay
charter. Hkiiman W'ii.i.kii.
Cinto. I IIm. , Urceinberlitli, IfTI.
lO-i'Mo-au
.Vollci-.
ll.l.lNDIh C'K.NTIIAL It. It. C'OMI'ANV,
I KNKII.U, AOFM'H OVV Cr,
I'uiiii, .Ijuuary t, is'.'i.
On and alter tho date of thl notice, I
will withuiitiTK.ird to iutloiiillly,Kc,l):e,
color, prciioiiior present condlilnn, prm.
ccute 'o the lull extent oftho law, any aed
a I ponoii who in ij Le detected lu robhln
Ihc s'ock pel of tltli- c in, any in Cal'o, ol
Iced of any kli.d, i r who in ail) wa) inter-
! fere Willi ktnek while in pohtrinlou el thl
eoKipanj uch a opcnliitf the gatcB of tiiu
pene, racing flock aroind, thiowlniffionc.
(hiji, etc, ThlocH and hummer nuke a
note ol'tldi and keep away,
Ja.MF.s .Ioiinsom,
ll.Vl-.Vilt (ifiirrul AKcnt.
Iliillliiiuri' Oyntcrx.
fleor'e Idtlncr corner of Fourteenth and
WiinhlnK'on avenue, will furiiNh hereatter,
every day to h'si pitron a Xo. 1 lunch, be
tween Ihu hours often and twelve o'clock,
l-'resh Mllwaiikio beer and fragrant Havana
cigars to he had at hi bar at all tlmo.
I'lnln (loestloii for Inrnlldii.
Hive the routrtu tocdlcliist of the profes
sion done you no good? Arc you Ulscotir
need and miserable? If lo.toit the nrnnsr.
ties ot tho new vegetable Specific, Ur.
Wlt.liKn'.S CALIKOtlNtAK VINKCJiH lllT
TF.Its, already fainom as tho finest Invlgor.
ant, corrective nnd nlteritlve tint hat cvr
seen tbe light. HIspeptlcs and persons ot
bilious habit should keep It within reach, If
they value health and caie.
tvs 12-l&-4.
rnrmlln- Cunt,
Paradise Mines n'e located In Parndite
townhlp, Pcny county, Illinois. This coal
hut no superior., for grates, cooking,
steam, or blickiiilthlng. Its frecdsiii from
sulphur and other liiipnrlt'cs mikes It rot
only a plcaraut, but a healthful coal tor
family uc. IfiM-lO-flt.
ZAN0NE & VALLA,
AID
RESTAURANT.
(iKT YOPIt
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
A T
Corner Twonty-Eighth Street ond
Commercial Avonuc.
.( 11. nnnnr. . M. VlLs.
4'O.tI..
60AL ! eOAL !J
-
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
ST. JOHN'S and
PEYTONA OANNEL
COAL!
Ordcra for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
trfirTo large consumors and all
manufacturers, wo nro proparcd
to supply nny quantity, by tho
mouth or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIB0 CITY COAL COMPANY.
Tll.illM) "i"" 'softie. No TOOIiln J.sTtc
ST"Halll'l.iy Urn Mluirl l'imt
tr- t KVs i.tlHM Mill, or
CJ-At tliv i.osl Dump, foot nf Tlilt ly-Klfrlit
Hnt
fj-l'ost ijllice Drawer,
ROSS'
Coal and Wood Yard.
COMMERCIAL AVUNUE.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
TisSr COAL sSafT
AND
STOYB WOOD
KI'.I'T rnii-liiiill nn liinnl hI Ito' urd,
(i. iiiiiii-n-i.il i-iuiL-, niiiuit Urn'
lllllldillK
(Inlpr iriuiiitli flllnl.
Cnul unit w.mhI ili.i.-il fr,.- of i-Jmre
'lrniitrirlly rti-li :;-IiM'iiJ
vv iioi.r.s.i i.i: (Hto i:iis.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
- Vn.l
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN TOWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A 'Iliiilii I. D TlulllW
TH0MS & BROTHER,
(aucri-fMir to II M lluliii,)
Commission Merchants
BnOIIEIlB
Am) lUulir In
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
I-'oiblwii und DomeHtlc Fiult and Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Uriihr in
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KI lAI.iillfiillnn Klli'i lH'0iliKliimnU anil
tilling Olllru.
IIO.ITNTOHKS.
SAM WILSON,
HkAi i:ii li
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, Sec.
No. no
Oliio Xiovoo.
CAIRO MARKETS-WHOLESALE.
Corrected Dillj bf K, M Steanui, tommiMtoa
mtrchant, SrertUrjr of tbe 0lro Bonl ot
Trude.
Flour, aerortiioK to grmde
Corn, mixed, (ktd-..-...
Corn, white, lacked ..
0U, mlirrj. ..
-M 0lM M
Mral, aleani drld............ M U
ill I If. r .tIAM V..t I M U
Hutlrr, eboleeSouttwrn ItllneLi ...'.'.'!.'.' 'ViUa
r-fTKi, Krdoifn....... io
Uiiekrni, ptritoitn tl Uta Oo
7.vKt?r, Prdnn....- . -.- I0
ItabblU, tr Uon.. 1 0t
(Jull, prdon ... tie
App its, choice, per barrel .tl
Applet, common, pr Uml. tt
1 i)UUe(, jir barrel tS tMtl 00
Onloni, pr barrel- tM M
uninui, rxr narrel.
nje Hour 7.'rJ."i'.'.!!!"!'."!L"!
37
HKW ADVEKTIIKlfXJIXt.
TAXXI.
Nplh-e i hfrbv niien (hat th Ux book for
the year 1U74 hair hwn placet In my band,
and that I ell I at the follonlnr n.m.-rf
at the time below Mt forth, for the purpcof
rollfctlnK tbfi taxe ofnalil yrar.
-irr i tr-r.inri, tuny s .Mircniluon'a
atnre, IfbruarrM, lojj,
I 1... . r- , t . ,. . , .
.. '.. "r"""- 'r"'i " " LumuDigg'i
tnr, liniry -il. Is;.-,.
'Ihd I'rrcJuct, J. U. HolwInK'a atore, Feb.
ru.ryil, K.v
Santa tf I'rtclncl, Win. Ireland's atore, Feb
ruary 1",, '
(fooie Inland l'mlnct, O. Urffnte'a atore,
lelmiary IB, lau, '
Dog'tooili I'jfclnct, X. Ilnoiwekrr'i hooie,
Irbmary V, 187.V
March'i VirtKt' lMn A Atherton' 0re,
w,uiIil.I,T',n,','0w,"tw Hhon'anore,
March 2, le75.
Ilrlnn ) our lt year'a ux receipts, a It it un
tare to trust to tbe tax books alote for lUicrlfc
lions of land.
Cairo, 111,, January 0, 1K.I
AI.KX II. IttVIN,
lM-t-H-wtd. Diltrict Collector
Ayer's
Cheny Pectoral,
Tor Diaeaiei of tha Throat tm4 ytai.
uoh aa Couchj, Col da, Wh ft
Uoutb. llronohitl, tat haul,
nd Contumptiom.
Amoox tha ptt
dlwovene of mod.
lent tcfeDCt, fw ax
I of men real Talua
to mankind th4
'thl effectual rem
ledv for all diseaita
ot tha Throat amd
Luop. A vait tri
al of It Tlrtuet,
throughout thl and
other countries, ha
shown that II does
surely and effectually control them. The tat.
timony of our bet citliens, of all clasiet, -tibllthes
the fact, that UltxaRT VacroML
trill and doe rehire and cure the afflicting
diionlers of the Throat and Lunti beyond any
ether medicine, lha moit dangeroui affic-
non oi me I'uimonary urnos yieia vo ns
onarv Ornns Tli
weri and cafi of ConsamptJou, cured
y thl
nreniratlon, are publicly known, so
reparation, are
lo a hirdlv ta
remarkable a hardly to be beliered, war
thev not proven beyond dlipuU. A a rem
edy it I adequate, nn whicli tha public may
nTy for full protection. My curing Coughs
tho forerunners of more serious disease, it
enve unnumbered lives, ana an amount oi
suffering not to he computed. It challenge
trial, nnd convinces the most sceptical.
Every family should keep It on hand as
protection against the early and unperceired
attacks of Pulmonary Affections, which ar
easily met at first, but which become Incura
ble, and too often fatal, if neglected. Tender
lungs need this defence) and It la unwia to
be without it A a safeguard to children,
amid the digressing disease which beset th
Tliront and Cheit of childhood, Ckmky
1'icTonAL Is Invaluable; for, by it Umtly
use, multitudes are rescued from prematura
graves, and saved to the love and affection
centred on them. It act speedily and. aurarr
against ordinary soldi, securing sound ana
health-restoring sleep. No one will auffsr
troublesome Influenza and painful BfM
chltl, when they know bow easily thay can
be cured.
Originally the product of long, laborious,
and successful chemical Investigation, no coK
or toil is spared In making every bottle la tb.
utmost possible perfection. It may be confi
dently rlld upon posfislnf all the vir
tues It ha ever exhibited, and capable of
producing cures as memorable a the gTtatMt
it has ever effected.
rXIPARXO IT
Or, J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mm.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
old ar all uaoooisT sraaTwaia.
Ayer's
Hair Vigor
For restoring to Oray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing
which is rat
once agreea
ble, healthy,
nnd effectual
for tircserv
ling the hair.
fit soon, re-
'stores faded
or gray hair
lo its original
color, with the gloss and freshness of
youth. Thin hair U thickened, fall
ing hair checked, and baldness often,
though not always, cured by its
use. Nothing can restore the hair
wliero the follicles are destroyed, or
the glands atrophied and decayed;
but such as remain can be saved by
this application, and stimulated into
activity, so that a new growth of
hair is produced. Instead of fouling
the hair with a pasty sediment, it
will keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional uso will present tho hair
from turning gray or falling oft",
and consequently prevent baldnet.
Tho restoration of vitality it girts
to tho scalp arrests and prevents
the formation of dandruff, which is
often so uncleanly and offensive.
Free from thoso deleterious sub
stances which make some prepara
tions dangerous, and injurious to the
hair, tho Vigor can only benefit, but
not harm it. If wanted merely for
a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else
can be found so desirable. Contain
ing neither oil nor dye, it does not
fcoil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on tho hair, giving it a rich,
glossy lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer It Co.,
I'ructlcal and Analytical CatalM,
LOWELL, IMAMS.
sold by all nnuooisTi aviarrnuas,
Tow-Boat For Sale
TDK ubrrllr offers for aab lb Steam
1. Towlnif Sifin-Whifl Host, Ik tUmmltt.
withengtiH-.-i, inariiluiry, tarkle s , apparrt and
IVirnllurv a fhr now IIm at I alro, 111.
Her length I 141 fret, toer brrodtuS ft, br
Jrpth S frrt and murr X7tt tona, She ha S
bollrra U twi Iouk and M Incur diameter, t bbcb
pressure rnirlnei with ryllnder 17 I of bf sin
llmirkr ami K IVrl MoW 3 feed pump 4ila
cbc iu dlamrlrr and 17 Inrbe stroke and all
modern imprnTerornM.and is It) f rr rptt
itsuncb, ant worthy, and In good londlUsu (r
oavlxatloa, For trrm apply to.
1 8. S. Tvmoa.
Cairo, 111i November a, lfis. m-U-Tt-,
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