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AHWI.OS r.OI)OK, NO. 81.
Knldit of I'ylliUs, meet my Krl
ily night nl liall-.l sMcn, in Odd
Killowa1 Hall (; K Slack,
I liancellor Commaniltr.
Ai.i:xAvii:it i.oixiK. no. 111.
lntlrtmidrnt Onlfr of OiM-Kcl-
''torrf!' Mili iif iwi.t jctni. In tlvlr liall mi
t'Qimntrclal airnue, OflwH-n flxth ami Scu-ntll
slmw Jon II OoMXi.v, N (1.
( 1.VIUO t.S AMfilKNT, I O, () P., meet
Vylno ..r.llor' mil oiiIIk- flntatnl third
'luely In rury month, ut linlr-pftiit aeien.
( K t.4(.K, C. I.
ft CAIItOI.OIKiK.NO 237.A K . A A III
llnM rt'Kular ommiiiilcalinti In .!
WjKaonle Hall, corner (.ulimirrcl.il nvmur
' 'anil Klglith trtet, on the m-coii'I and
fourth Monday ufeurli month.
Xotire f Itrmoinl,
Finding the present store room too small
for our growing huMncM. I will, In the
latter pa't or February, remote to tbo p
clou btuMltiK to ut rly occupied by Klllott
A I taj lliorn, where, with tin Increased la
iltle, I will keep a larger sloelc ot lloati
ntiil S-lioc th a it tver before. In tbe mean
time, lo nvobl tbe expeii'e of moving and
to prepare for M'llng trade, I will offer my
entire stock of winter good" nt actual
( mi. T.m U iiUMXi:m. and great bif
galin are oil rtd to tbe fortunatrf
lUM-tl City Shoe Slore,
'1'lie lx.t for Kratw, ktraiu or. Mark-
Mr. V. I'ltzger.ild bai Jutt received and
hat on sale at sales room n lurge stock
f i:nsllIi alf, porter, IIcnticy brandy
mid uliicii, and li'pior of all llnd, wliicli
be wilt dipoc of at rcaonable price.
(lool liutc rootiH on tbe upper floor at
the Saint duties ran be bad, with board,
at tbe very low rate of $1) per month
,ch Lumber Yitnl.
Charles I.ancater and Newton lllce,
loth well known to our rlllr.cn, and
lo tlver tnen generally, lim es
tablished a lumber ard In Cairo, comer of
Mti-cii!li street and Commercial avenue,
i'bey will Veep every description of build
Ing nia'crial and rtesmboat lumber, door.,
ah, b.inil, moulding, pblug'cn, lath, etc..
tc., and rc determined to acll lower than
lumber ban ever been lo d In Cairo. They
tollclt a fair trial from steamboat men an I
builder, and guaraulee .itlfaetloti In all
OYSTEKS! OYSTERS! !
Gprost. 135 Ohio I.eVee. I receiving New
lileam i-yer every morulug In bulk, llo
I" making til i own eau and pieklur bit
wn oj!er-, thereby ovnld.ug tbe cxorbl
ant cbirgei lor trarlf portat'en, and U ena
iVd t- fti'iiMi a better article at a le
i Kc than any other dealer, l'atronize a
ho.ii' ntitltutlon, and bcrctit ynuracT.
omrirtilliili la lll- l.lft oT Trnl.
lr l.e tie CoUm u. Fiuo l.auiidre,
Vi 1, l'ourtt rtrctt. between Waibington
ltd jnimerilal v. title, doc al k nd ff
tinu amleoarse Laundry worklor lad f and
trtit etnen, fluting, ice (U-ntlemeii'a hlrl
washed an I tolMnd. Plngli rhlrt and col
lar, lOe; p r dozen fJc; .oek fK", two col
lir. fr;twi Inndkercblel', Je; vet 'JOc;
a-d a'l gentlemen' wear. 80c per
!o.i:n. l.ad.ea' drci'rr, 'i'j it 10-,
klrtil) t) 'iy. drwor 10 to 15c; two
pilr bee fc; two eullar5 to Kc. Kor la-lie-
plain clothe 1 CO per dozen; lor Ja
il c tine clcttiei", 81 Al per dozen; done
irsniptly, and promptly delheroJ. I'a
H3-t-?.-d 1 m.
Vrw from ulpliur:nid other impurities.
(icorgo l.itluer corutrof rourteentb and
Wadilngton avenue, will futqlsli hereafter,
sery day to patron a No. 1 luneh, be
tween the hours of ten and twelve, o'clock.
Trc-h .Milwaukee beer and fragrant Havana
cigar to be had at bin liar at all time.
Open Fridays and .Saturday oxi.v.
. filler of Oionollitloii.
' rbf p.rtiier-hli hcretolore eltlug be
nvvixn Cha'. II. Kewiand and .lames K.
ItetiuK has thl day been dUiolvcd hy
anutual i.oti-ent, C. il. Neuiaiuleolleetliijr
sill bills due the llrm and pajitin all
,MiU. II. Xkwi.sxi,
.1. K. Kkx.sik.
Ca'u:o, .lanuary 10, 1S7A. l-'-'I
The lM-st in the State for cooking,
jrraU.'.-, tovi'R or htt'tiiu.
juhhiiU hii-iiiii I'ltHnir.
Claries II Nsw land i prepared to do t
bind, tr gas and Meant lilting, ret airing
imtiijis, drivitu wel c, bill h.nglii';, etc.,
Kbop on Coir.mcrelal Avenue, between
Mntb aud Tenth otreet. lft-l-21-lw.
Whoever babilu.lly ufc any a'ol.ollc
prtparatiomt an nn "nppctlzer" will bo
likely f ktiller rp in rourcvIN, viz: an over
pltti or rood in tho M'ouiacb, Impaired ability
to dUct it, tbe pang or dytpepfia, and a
doctor',) bill. 1)k. Wai-kkii's Vecet dmc
Vinkiiak lliTTEits, tbe great Teetotal Ho
totatlvo or Hie ajCt W.tbout ovcr-silmu-luting
tbo palate or Ititullng tho Homach,
Impart a hcaltbrul appetite, promotes dl
get Hon, ro Jtilaten the liver atd bowel', puri
ne tbu blood, and tbu, ln?ted or entailing
four c IN, confuta lour intklim.blobeuetlts.
jFllty to Soventy-flvo dillurs per month.
nts wanted ovcry wbcre. Teacbcis, !
,pj, gjlit', tto , etc. No capital or out
lay required. Send 25 en's Tor postage on
outfit, to I'.U. WiaCIIMAN,
tl Irvln Station. Union County, Ohio.
Joo Ko eker l now In full control of
tbo M'ablnton bakcty, and having loarn
.ed tbo wants of tbo public, is prepared to
ut)nlv.ou .sail a'l demands Tor rrenelt lour,
Hokton, Jltuwn aud Orabam bread, tui't
isverytlilnu'cl.e ordinarily tounu in o uw
mlasabuj: y. Jlo uwlutalns a fu l etock ol
.'.onfeetiouerioK. and can, as well n any
other dealer In .the city, till all orders in
that line. CeUcc baked, frosted or orna
mcntcd on short notice. Spoela laUention
given to tbe orders of wedding or picnic.
parties. 9 12-tf,
FHIDAY, .fANTAItV L!l. 187o.
City 8crlj) for nle In qtmntltlcH to sulf,
tlie jmrcliaitcr. Ajiply nt thu Hn.i.r.Tis
ONt.Yf.r2 per month for prompt paying
dy boardcra at the St. Chatlei Irom Keb.
Kuv. J. h. Wnllar will deliver n lrcttire
for tho lciieflt or tli! M. K. Church.
Monday uvenlii', I Vbrnary 2d. .Subject :
"Till! NaTI'IIAI. AND SlTtllNATUItAI.."
AiIiiiImIoii, WJ iciit". 1-2U-U.
Atleiitlon, UiiikIiU of I'Jtlilm.
Thcru will lnj it regular tnwt
liif of A.'calou Lodjri' So. fil,
KuigliM of 1'ythlax, ut tliclr C'a
tluhall thin (Friday) cvciiln nt
7 o'clock. A full uttendance Is winicstly
dcAlntl. Vhltln' Knights cordially In
vited. Wim. K. Hawkinj,
K. of It. & S.
Avren Februiry lat, (1,000 reward will
be given tor tllty g iod p)lng day boarder
at the Dclinonlco Ilotcl-$4 a week.
I,rltire Mintlny Alelit.
I.DtTOit lltu.r.riN-DiiAii .Sin: Next
ijunday evening, Jan. lilst, Dr. Ilrigbatii
will dclltrr the ilrtof a mtIis of lec
tures la tin JUImral Itelljilous Hall, on
Atronoiny. The lecture will Ik; llluitra-
Ul with the planetarium, allowing the
inovemcnts of the planets lit their orbllc,
revolution, -t. All who with to
hear aomcthln on tin most lx-autlful of
all lh hclenw., nhould not fall to be
Tub S'. Uiarlei Hotel will take a lim
Ited number or prompt p)in; noarderii,
Irom Febiuiry lat, at (!M per rtonta.
Urn, l'nj nr mill Clnrk'ii I.rcliire.
Tin: Atheiietiui was aaln, notwith
ftainllii" the tiii-i'ttled conillllmi or the
weather, well (llleil by a lar'e ami de
IlghU'd nudience or ladle and Kuiitleiiten,
V-dueday night, on the o(alou of Dr..
I'avue and (iark'c mvoiiiI Ivt'ttirc. The
etibject n hamlled In a inaMerly uian-
ner bv Dr. I'ayne. and proved (;on(iu-
Mvely to all prevnt that he thoroughly
unih-r'tands hU vocation ; to Ikj tnore ex
plicit, "is tlm rlglit matt in the right
plai e." The hkctehes of character at the
clo-; ol his led tre were highly aniusinj.'.
us well as Instructive. He will give a prl-vau-
lecture to gentlemen only, Saturday
night. Let every one turn out and hear
him. Aduilt-lou Aj cent.
rent lo-ilnu t Sule.
.Me-'r. Klllott A Haythorn, wishing
to tniike witiic change In their btt-ines
have ileelded to close out their present
stock, conslstlii'r or hoots anil shoes
Sls.fji) to SW.KW worth slry goods
clothing, hats, iii'tsand gent's ruruMilng
gowl SrJ") to SIS.OO'J worth all of
which will lie sold regardlc or coit.
Next Satunbiy. the IHtli. will he a special
sale (by or boots and sIkh's. Terms o
Itlvely cash. Come one, come tall. Don't
forget the dav and place, 101 Commercial
avenue. " iH-'-KJ Ut.
Arrr.it February 1st, (l,(s1 reward will
be gtved ror fitly good paying day buanlers
at tbe Dclinonlco Hotel 84 a wtck.
A Joae Slorj.
A young man about fifteen year old.
residing up town, was down town one
evening last week, aud while perambulat
ing around the street he dl-covered a
rattle going on in nit ct'iblUhinent, ror
tttrkevs, gce-ie, Ac. Having a few pare
illmcs in his pocket he thought he would
invcit ; accordingly he took a chanco In
a gooe and was fortunate enough to win,
and becoming dated over hi sucevf-s, lie
Indulged In a little "old budge," in fact
he Indulged In "-everal Utile old "budge!,"
and being unused to Imbibing to such a
degree was soon "pretty full." He, how
ever, stilt hung on to his gooe, and
nbottt twelve o'clock wended Ills way
homeward. When lit the neighbor
hood of hU home, the goose con
cluded to protect against going any fur
ther, aud commenced squawking us only
a goose can squawk, and not only waked
up the parents of the young gentleman,
but aroti'cd the whole neighborhood,
and tho young man was exceedingly
glad when his father otKmed tbu street
door and akcd hint "wiutt In the d 1 all
that rus was about?'' The youthful rtf
ller straightened himself up, and answer
ed: " I had a dime, I bought a chance, 1 won
a gooe, and here he I-," to which the pa
rent made iiiiswcr that he understood,
and scut his son to bed with the
soothing assurance that he would attend
to hint in the inourliig. And when the
morning came, tho father kept his prom
ise, and the young man now declares that
he won't care If lie never sees another
goose as long as lie lives.
A MMiTKnnumberor prompt paying diy
boarders w ill bo taken at the St. Charles at
til per month,
Thnridiij', Jiinunry 2ft, IH73.
.lames Ward, suspected of stealing a
railroad ticket of one John O'ltrlcn, had
liis trial to-day, but the evidence was not
Milllclent to prove lite guilt of the pris
oner, and lie was given his liberty.
Thomas McLaughlin lost his pistol,
and charged Wlljlam Thomas with the
theft, whereupon (he grand jury found a
hill against William, hut when tho trial
was called to-day, M'l.auglilin dhl not
nppcar and sustain the charge, and Wil
liam was liberated.
John Clarke, a poor but respectable
young imui, w ho occasionally gets drunk,
upon ouo of those occasions borrowed
some money of Loii Murphy, without
thu owner's consent. John was arrested,
fpent some time In Jail, was Indicted for
larceny, to-day plead guilty, and will
Ppend twelve months moro lu the pen
ltetitlary. ltespectablo young men
should not get drunk,
While the jury, Impauneled yester
day for tho heneflt of John Heury, was,
this forenoon, deliberating about
John, he began to fear that
the Jury was trilling wit.i his liberty,
and conceived the Idea of thwarting any
evil designs, hy withdrawing his plea
of not guilty, aud throwing himself upon
tho meroy of the court. The court sen
tenced him to three years and six months
Imprisonment in the penitentiary.
John Bedford was tried upon the
charge of permitting games for money to
be played on his pretnlc.. The evidence
was not conclusive enough to warrant a
Don't forget to go to Klllott and
Haythorn's for Hoots and Shoes, Satar
day. The lecture next Tuesday evening by
Mr. Wiillar Is for the beiicJlt of the M.
The funeral of Henry Martin took
jilace yesterday iilternoon from the
Hough and Heady engine house.
A ft kk Fcbruaty lat, $1,000 reward will
be given for Ilf y good paying day boarders
ut tbe Delmonlc i Hotel 1 a week. '
Thu funeral of Mrs. Moore took
place from thu Presbyterian church yes
terday afternoon, aud was largely at
tended. Business of the police judges Is still
very dull. There have lieeti but two or
three ctiscs tried lu both courts since last
Jailor McCarthy was going the
rounds of the city ycterday morning,
with two of his vMtors ut his Ik cN,
shoveling the mud from the street cros
Ing". Wnlterl'etlis, Stratton and Bird's
gentlemanly traveling agent, sold a bill
of goods amounting to one thousand
dollars, lctore eight o'clock yesterday
morning, while in the store.
li per month for prompt pajlng day
boarder at the St. Cbarlei, rrom February
Mrs. Dr. Warduer's lecture on "Wo
man," which she will deliver at the
High School next .Monday night. U creat
ing an iiuiisuul amount or talk among
the strong-minded people of thl city.
From tint Chicago 7iW of the 'Jlth
lust., we leant that Katy I'tUnam was
lately married to J. J. Sullivan, who ap
IK.il red In thl city a few month-ago a
leading man In MUs Putnam's theatrical
Thcltev. Mr. Thayer ha leen re
quested by the l.ilh;ral BellgIonIt to de
liver a lecture tinder the nttplcos of the
Free Hellglous Association at their hall.
Whether the reverend gentleman will
comply with their rcqtie-t we have not
leeii able to learn.
The Fanny B. Price theatrical com
pany will appear lu the city on the third
of February, and will remain tor a short
season. Mis Price's trotip. now consisu
of some of tho best talent that can be
procured, and her visit to Cairo, wetrust,
will le a sttccos'dul onejlnanclally it well
AllKR Februiry Wt, fl.Otfl reward will
be glvm lor titty good paylrg day bsardrr.
at tbe DelintnicJ Hotel ?t per wetl .
Me-srs. ('. C. Culley and John
Sehwabb, or Murphysboro, pa-d
through t!iN city a few days ago, with a
large drove of line horse'', which they In
tend for the Southern market. We fear
these gentlemen will not realize a fortune
front their undertaking, as hor.-e-tlcsh In
the South at present Is not valued at a
very high llgttre.
An important trial to saloon keepers
will take place before Judge Bross next
Monday morning, between Martha Mar
tin v. John Cella, and the securities on
hi liquor bond. Mr. Martin ha sued
Cella under the new liquor law of this
date, for filing liquor to her husband.
'FUN I the first cae that has been tried
lu this city under the law, and will no
doubt attract a good deal of attention.
fi per month for a limited number ot
prompt paying day boarders at tbe St.
Charles, from February flrtt.
In announcing the intention of Dr.
It. S. Brighain to deliver a lecture on
"Astronomy" before the public in Lib
eral Hellglous Hall, thu printer got it
into hi head that Dr. Brlgham did not
Intend to say Sunday, but that the lec
ture would lie given on Saturday, so he
put it Saturday, Instead of Sunday, and
now Woodward Is anxious to have the
people know that the lecture will take
place on Sunday evening, at the above
The Jttek sun Coioiry Era, in speaking
of that big narrow-gauge ball, mys:
"Are the Cairo people going to give that
reception In honor of tbo completion of
the Cairo & St. Louis It. It.? If not, let
us know, for Muryhyiboro has jut got
enterprise enough to do Just Mich a thing
as that. It tnnt be done and if Cairo
can't. Murphysboro can and will. How
Is It, Brother Harrell? Won't Oberly and
Bros. pull lu the harness." The editor of
the Em seems to lie Ignorant of the fact
that Mr. Oberly was the first to speak of
a demonstration of this kind on tbu com
pletion of thu Cairo & St. Louis road.aud
Is still In favor of the affair.
ArrKH Fubruary 1st, 81,000 reward will
be t iven for tifty good paying day boarders
at the Delraonico Hotel-?! a week.
Fall Particulars of the Foul Harder ef the
Why the Itlooily Heed hn Done,
The following letter from Lnconla, Ar
kansas, was received by Sheriff Irvln, in
reply to Ids request, asking tho particu
lars ot thu murder of tlm two Harris
boys, formerly of this county:
Laco.nia, Ark., Jan, A", 167"),
Mit. Ai.kx. II. Ikvin DKAitStit: Vottr
letter of tho luth tilt., Is at hand, asking
information In regard to tho murder of
tho.yoiing tnen named Harris. Sometime
kiiico there was a young man shot by the
name of Hale Buck while attempting to
hum n fence between his storehouse and
that of .Mr. It. Sellers, whluh stand; some
hundred and llfty yards distant, .Mr,
Buck not liking Mr. Sellers, was mlng
everv exertion to destroy his property mid
white attempting to liro thu fence win
shot by some unknown person. Mr,
Buck was tried, and It seems that Mr,
Will Harris was tl0 prlneiivtl witness
against him In the burnlng.ot thu fence,
which created a hard feeling between thu
lWieks and Harrises. A few days after
Halo Buck was. that, one of his brothers
challenged Mr. Will Harris to fight a
duel, wTilch Mr. Harris declined accent
ing, but had recource, to thu law, and Mr.
Buck wa lined for violating It. After
that thev supposed It all to bo wtlled,
until Mr. Will Harris met Buck in the
road and he, Buck, knocked Harris down
and tried lo draw his pistol to shoot him,
but Harris being quicker than Buck re
gained his feet and drew his pistol and
would have killed Buck If he had not
begged so for his life. Alter that occur
rence Mr. Harris concluded to have the
Buck boys bound over to keep the peace;
the dav was set and all the parties had
gone Impure the Justice of the peace to
proceed with the trial. When the Bucks
made their npicaranco In the court room,
they were armed with pistols and double
barreled gun, and Mr. Harris, not
thinking of thu danger that menaced
him, went unarmed. As soon ns Will
Han Is went Into the court room,
one or the young HucW kno-ked him
down and commenced boating him tnot
uiimcrcirully. The parties In tho room
attempted to rescue Mr. Harris from
Buck, but were driven off hy his brother
who stood over them anil presented a
double barreled gun nt every pcrou that
attempted to save Harrl. I Inally Mr.
Charle Buck attempted to shoot the
magistrate; they closed with each other,
and while trying to shoot him, Buck
gave hlsgtiu'a twist and It llrcd. inlslug
the magistrate aud killing Mr. Jim Har
ris who wtw standing lu the door. As
soon as Albro Buck saw that Chailcs
Buck had killed Jim Harrl. he Jumped
oll'or Will Harris and shot lilm two or
three times through the body, causing in
While tbu Bucks were shooting, several
other partle procured guns and ' went to
nslt the Dlllcerx, and, It seems that tiller
the Harrison were killed, the Bucks In
tended killing every one that they could:
but fortunately they did not hurt any
one el-e. Both of the Harrises were
wounded so severely that one died that
night, and the oiier the next morning.
The parties who killed them are both dead.
Hale Buck Is still liUug. but wounded se
verely, and reports say he Is awaiting hi
trial fur the attempt to burn -Mr. Sellers'
fence. Jt U Mippoed that he was the in
stigator orhls brother lu killing the Har
rises. ThU Is all the luformationthat we can
gUeyon. Webelieve tbe llarrhes were
both well attended to, and decently bu
ried. Neither ol' them tired a sliot, and
both were killed without a struggle. It
there I anything else you desire to learn,
let ti know.
Vottrs, very ropcclfullv,
li. it M. Sk.m.kiis.
The attention oft. e public Is called to tbe
r t that tho U.ty Council, by ordinance,
have directed the Collector to receive only
lu payment of the city portion or the Uc,
1 gV currency of tbi I'nl td Stati s. City
wirran's will therefore no longer be re-
cthed f'r any portion al such taxes. By
the provision of Section 137. chapter 12C,
llurd rei I von, the Collector la required
to lollcct and r turn all personal taxes by
the 10th or Mardi next. This prol,lon
will lie vigorously enforeid, and tax payers
will take due notice of the 1 irt.
AI.KX. II. UVI.V,
C.wno, III., Thuisiuy Kvkni.vg,
January 2, 1S75.
The weather continues inlld but
stormy: a heavy rain set In before day
light yiaterday morning, continuing all
day. with occasional dashes of heavy
thunder and sharp lightning, putting a
dead lock on out-ide butlucss forone day
at least. q'o-lay has been cloudy and
dark but with little rain. The wind
ehop-d round to the North pnd there Is
now a good prospect for more cold
The dullness that has characterized
tbe market for several days past. Mill pre
vail and apparently grows wore. Pri
ces on leading articles are weak and dc-
cll&lug. Transactions are very limited,
owing to the small demand aud dull mar
ket, and to the condition or the levee
and the rains of yesterday, that made It
Impossible to move anything. Ib ccljit
average elarge and exports small, to that
stock- an; accumulating.
Receipts for last three days as shown
by the Inspector's report were III c;r
oats; cars of corn ; -1 cars wheat.
JtifOur lrieud -diotild bear In mind
that the prices here given ate usually for
tale from first hands lu round lots. In
tilling orders and Tor broken lots It Is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
Dull and unchanged. Prices do not
vary, but the demand N very small.
Stocks tiro large and holders willing to
make concessions. Sales were 400 bbl
SI 50a,5 75; 100 bids city $4 Wnfi 50;
200 bbl I&0; 100 bbl $1 UX: 75.
Tho market is weak and prices declin
ing. Slocks are large and the demand
small. Sales: 2 cars choice timothy, de
livered. $21 00; :i cars choice mixed, de
livered, $10(2,20; 2 ear., choice timothy,
delivered, $21; 1 car choice mixed, dellv
eted, $111; I car prarle, delivered, $10; 1
car choice timothy, delivered, $20; IJ ears
choice timothy, delivered, $20; 2 cars,
choice mixed, delivered, $18.
Receipts are large, the demand small.
Pikes are weak and lower; 7;ito7lccnt
lor mixed and while-mixed being out
side figures at the eloie of tbe market to
day. Sales were: 2 cars No. 2 white
mixed, in sacks, dellveml, 75c.; 2 cars
No. 2 white mixed, In sacks, dtlivcred.
73c.; 0 cars No. 2 mixed, in sacks, deliv
ered, 73cr, 1 car No. 2mixcd, In bulk, on
track, 05p. 1 car No. 2 mixed, inbuilt, on
track, C0c; 2 cirs No. 2 white. In sack',
delivered, 71c; 1 cars No. 2 white, In
sacks, delivered, 71c; 5 carsXo. 2 mixed,
in sacks, delivered, 73c.
The market Is overstocked and weak,
and prices tend to a still further decline,
Wu note sales of 3 ears black seed oats,
lu sacks, delivered, 70c; 0 cars No. 2
mixed, lu sacks, delivered, 02e. 1 car
No. 2 mixed, In sacks, dellveiwi, (Uo.; 1
car No. 2 mixed, In sack, dolivcdcd,03c;
1 car No. 'J mixed, lu sacks, delivered,
u2c; le ar black seed oats. In sacks, de
livered, aso.; l cars No. 2 mixed, In sacks,
delivered, 03c; 3 cars No. 2 mixed, (sold
early), ale.; 2 cars No. 2 mixed, In sacks,
The market rules quiet and easier.
Prices are unchanged, and stocks small.
Salu.i reported were ! 200 bbls delivered,
$3 003 2; -100 bbls kiln dried deliv
ered, ?3 70; 100 bbls green meal, $3 CO.
Firm :md scarce, very little lu market
cxeept that on .ale at the mllls. Tho de
mand exceeds the supply, and prices arc
still. Sales 3 cars lu sacks delivered,
The old stock Is pretty well worked
oil' and fn h receipts of choice northern
Is In moderate requet for the city trade.
Prices are steady and unchanged. Sales
were 5 packages Northern roll 22c; 300
lbs choice Northern roll 25c; 100 lbs do.
21c; 200 lb, good Southern Illinois roll
20e; 100 lb common Southern Illinois
packed le; 200 lb choice Northern
packed 23c; SOOJbi choice Northern roll
Then1 Is a steady II not active demand
for home consumption, llecclpts are
small and prices have ait upward ten
dency. We note sales of 200 do.en 21c;
300 dozen 22jc; 250 dox-n 22c; 600 do.en
llecclpts are light and prices are steady
and firm at $3 to $3 50 for choice live
and dressed. Sales: 10 dozen dressed
?.Vi; 50; 2 coops choice live $3; 25 dozen
choice $3 253 50.
'I'll J weather nt piv-ent Isagainst dress
ed turkeys and the market rule dull.
Sides )0 lbs KXjyl le; 200 lb 12c.
Choice apples lu prime order sell nt $3 it
bbl. Sales tire slow and -tock light. 50
bbl choice old $3; 2! bbl according to
There is a good demand for choice
peach blow at $3 00, and for choice seed
varieties at $3 2."50 per barrel.
There are very few of tiny kind In the
ThetockIsiu the bauds of a few
dealer. The market Is well supplied,
weak, and price? have a downward ten
dency. Sale were 0 cak dried salt
clear side, 101c; 3 tierces dried salt clear
side. 10Je; 4 casks dried salt shoulder.,
7Jc; 2 tierce dried salt shoulders, 7Jc;
25 bbls mess pork. $10 00.
If you want fresh oyntcrs without pay
ing for the cm and transportation, go to
.Sproat's, If 0 Ohio Leu-e, 'and get them by
tbo pall full, fie-h every morning. 12-4-'.
Thoo using base-burner stoves have
round just what they wautiiiPAKA-
Ilavin; given up my ol 1 stand on tbe
levee aud taken Keobler ic Uro'a shop, on
Kgbthstrtet, I sbsll be p-eparcd to .up
ply tbo cltlzona of Cairo with the best
merit-, the market afford'. I'.V.i-e call and
see mo. run.. How'aud.
Try PAltADISK COAL, tbu cheap
est aud best.
(Jo to Spraat'a, 135 Ohio Levee, and
get your .yst-ra by tho hundred or can
trcsU evtry morning 12-t-tt
Try PARADISE COAi. rorcooklng.
Spro.it, 1:55 Ohio Let e", is ftiroltblug
oy.-te-s It, the light shape. Families can
bo supp led in an; quantity frc-di every
mom itsr. 12-t-it
-Order PAltADISK COAL from any
All that have tried PARADISE
COAL will use no other.
Buy PARADISE COAL.
Newiy.flttoJ, finely furnUheit barber
stop by Georgo Steliihon-e, comer Com
inercl.il avenue and Eighth ulrcet. Years
of pr.ict co li.ivo given him a light hand
tint mikes a smooth s'jao delightful. All
who try him once will call again, All tho
la'o dally papers are kept oa bis tiblo for
the bcnetlt ol his cottomera, and tbero Is
no tedious waiting far turns. tf
OtiHlncli". to Mnrrlngc.
lliitiy Hi-llef for Yoiinir .Men from the
tflVcta of Krrora and .Vbiieca in early life. .Man-
liou-1 restored, liniieillnicnt. to atarrlazc re
moinl. New ine'luxl of treatment. New aud
remarkable renifdie. Ilonkiand clrcntari sent
flee, In ,-e.ilc.l eiirtl.n.. Aitdrua, llOU'.UU)
.VS'OCfATIOK, tlUN. Ninth strwt, l'lilladct
.hl.i, l'n -m Iiutltntlon hating a high reuta
timi for honorable conduct and iiufvloiml
A young horse-4 years old last May
works Mngb or double; will bo sold Cft 8
month' time note with good eecutlty,
Apply at TlIK Bi'M.Ti.v oftlee.
hi: A i, k.stati: aiii;.t.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
7L OHIO XaXX'VrXlXX,
BUT and tall rml rati,tr, pay tail, nmilih
abstract of lltlt.
JOHN a. HAEMAN & CO.
CONVEYANCES, W0TARIM PUBLIC
Land Arnta of tbe Illinois Central Mid
Burlington and Qulnoy R. R,
North Oor. Sixth and Ohio LiTte,
E. MAXWELL to CO.,
RAILWAY- MACHINKBY and BURNING
No. 616 'North Malu Street,
-. v ST. LOUIS, MO.
AQKNIS 08 PRZITOH PLTJMBA0O QOS
or Hlnte'a Attorney.
KtilTim HeLLim Please announce that I am
a candidate for theoruceof Statc'a Attorney nt
the coming sjieclnl election to be held on the ICtti
day of February. WM.l', ML'I.KKV.
Knrtoii Sex; l'leaae announce JOHN II.
I'lllM.lsj an a candidate fur .Mayor or Cairo, at
lliecn.tilng uiimlclpnl election,
Januarys, 1S7.1. JUsr CiTttcni,
TWO GRAND FREE LECTURES 1
DR8. PAYNE AND CLARK.
Monday night, January tiStlil auliltct, "Tlia
buns' their lheai- "
Wcdne-fdav Mlffht. January CT miblert, "Dla
iwa inrldcDt to the DlgMthe HyuKni) how
inxluei how rradlratnli kind of rod appli
cable to the merchant, meriianin, rnlnliti-r ''etc
Saturday nluht, January 30j Krand lecture to
irrntleni'ii only, on "Mau'a I'hyalcal hature,"
aauhjirt rrjilttc with Intormatlun.
Adinllon to private lecture, 'il csnt tc
ture commencei at ti m. lei-l-;.,,t
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112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
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stored tn power.
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for several yca'B oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the people of tbe
Southern Statea permitted to control their
It believes that railroad corporations
shou'd ba prohibited by lcgW'ative enact
m nt from cxtortln-; and unjmtly dsicrltn
Inatlngln their buslnen tramacUons with
the pul, lie.
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