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'liU'A i Knl?l'l""l i'ythlii, meets rtery Frl
ijkw 'lty ;iUlt nt half-posl inm, in O.ld
rraV Krltaws' flail (. K Mi.irif.
-t,K.VANl)i:it i.OIHIK, NO. 2il.
wljT? !'). in.l eury 'I liuroiluy hlRht
iiiiieprniiuu uriirr 01 vuu-rei
. hi iuui'i'iiiri;itU in ijivii linn sril
l-oiiitiifrcial aicimo, lt wn nlxth ntul Seventh
lAIHO KNCAMriir.ST, I. O. O. V.. meet
... w.-. ...... ! mv ,n. (.,,' lllll
Jlusiluy In eu-ry month, at lialf-pa'l wrin
I K bl.ALK, U. V.
in U'l'i-rviiiiwi- Mull on the mil ami IhlnJ
a. cAiit(ii.oioi:.No.ji7, .r aa.;m
llnldti-OTilar communications In Ma
7ILoiile Hall, corner Cniiiniercial aicnuc
v itliil KIkIiIIi lirttl, oil Hit- .ccoml mil
fourth Monday ofi-ach month.
D HANOHETT Manftfc-er.
Ilrli f nifHKriiH'iil of Hie 1 ItllMnt yotlnic Artiste,
MISS FANNIE B. PRICE.
'I lie Management takia i1imuc In arihoiiiirtiij;
to Hie i'IIIi n of ( aim lliil the tlmitrv ha been
supplied Kith entire new scenery, not to In; ur
i.iiul liy any Iliiii4n! ooittli nt I hlmiKo, which
Mill be Used lor the 11 rat time by IliU troitjx-
Friday Evening, Fob. 5, 1875,
Will U: prc,eutel the thrilling Fhe Act Drama,
Or, tho Forsukcn Jowcbs.
1.;AII. U,u r.,twV.n..Ml.i Faunk-ll. Price.
'Ilm irforininif to runrliiile nlth Uie Iiil.a
hie I'alie mllllnl
THE QUIET FAMILY.
All III lH III
. no nml 75 ri iil,
M'lten ised hull enn be secured at I
Itnrtinan' shut- 2-J-tf
.Vlllll'l- III' Ill'IIIIM III.
I 'in Jill? tin- proctit store room too imull
d.r our griming btilslntM. I Mill, In the
latter p.rt of February, remote lo Hie ps
clou building lomi rly occupied by Klllutt
A Haythom, where, with the Increased li
cllllec, I will ki i p u larger stock of lloiti
mill .-hoc than user before. In the mean
t.m -, to avoid the expense o.' moving anil
lo prepare for spring tndf, I will olfer my
entire, lock or ttln'cr good at Mil! At.
c nr. Tms In lU'MNUM. ami great bar
gain ire olf r:il to the fortutintj
ID -I-SG-ll rty shoo S o,
hiilnl ( Imrli'x.
liiHil IiifIo rouiin ui the ui;r Moor at
I lie Sulnt (.'liarli'i cm tin hail, wl.h hoard,
H ilimciy low rata if J.IJ per nionlli
I'rriti mijutlj .
Mr. T. rlUwrukt h,iijut rccolvcd ami
li.ii on mhi nt miIpi room a largu toek
I KngrUh nli-, "oflT, Iiotiiiiry hruiuly
iml im, and lliiur of all liitdi, uliUIi
Lu Mill dilHru of ul rcawtuablc 'Kt.
Avn.it r'tbtua y tl.OOO reward will
li' Cin for lif y gold paring d-iy bujr Jum
ut tho Di'linonlo) Hotel pi u well;.
IT'.lly to Soventy-avc dillurn por moo'.h.
AKt'iits wantrd fvorynbere. Trichoi", hi-dli-c.
R'lit", ttc , clc. No capltil or out
liy rculrcd. bond V!0 cnti fur ioHi;8 on
utitlit, to I. C. Wku iiwan,
tl Irin.SUtlon. I'nlun County, Ohio.
olilprlllloll In Chr I.lf of Trmtr.
Mr. I.e. llu CJlinnn, Kino I.:mtilici,
So Vi, l'oiirtti trctt,litneen Washington
iml CflininuriUI aveiiue, does all V. ml of
lnemidroarte laundry vtorklor latl e cod
;ent I'tni-n, liming, Ac (linllciiicn'. ahlrl
wlirdanJ illili5i. rilnglo fhlrt and col
or, 10V: per dozen Mc; ock fc; two ol
ar. fie: twa lindkrrchlclii, 5c; vcits 'JOc;
n all (jcntlcmcti'it wear, SOc. per
1ozcn. I.idlcn' drcmcf, 'ii to f0c;
tklrt10 ti 20c; driwor 10 to 15c; two
)alr lioo So; two collars fi to H'c. KorU
Jlck' plain clotho jl 00 pf r doun; lor la
.lice lino clothe, 1 25 per docn; dono
iramptly, and promjitly doltu-rcJ. l'a,
lt3-l--d 1 m.
Fret! from siilpliiir:iinl other Iin)tirltiei.
AJTKK Kohruiry lt, $1,000 reward wlil
bo given lor lllty B'od pajlni; day hoirdora
at the Dchnoiilco Hotel it a week.
(icorgis Ijitlner conierof rourtienth and
Washlnloii avenue, will furulxh liorealtrr,
every day to til patron a Xo, 1 lunch, be
tween thu lioiirit of ten and twelve o'clock.
Fresh Milwaukee beer and fragnnt Havana
to be had at hi bar stall times.
.Mtllrr of involution.
"Die partncri'liiii lipretoloiuovUtlngbc
twivu Chits. I). Xewlamt and ,I:uiie.s K.
Ki'lllilc, lias this day Ihtii ilhsiilvcil by
iiiitnal von;!!!, C. H. N'l'wla'iKleolleetlnjj
all hU (lnu the linn nml paying nil
Jelibi. II. Xkwi.ami,
.1. K. I!i:xn:.
(.'aiiio, .Jiimmry 10. 1S7". 1-21
The heil In tho Statu lor cooking,
grati, ftoves or nti'iiui.
Uih mill tile.'im I'l tt In lt.
Charle 11. Xoulund I- prepared to do oil
Wild of gaH ami fcleani llttliife-, ref ulrlrg
pump, ili-hlir,' wells, bill hbiilnv, (tc.,
Shop on Cummurelul Avenue, between
.Ninth and Tenth Hreet. lHM-lil-lw.
I'our i: Mm.
"Whoeter habitually uses any alcoholic
jiirepar.itJous as an "appetizer" will bo
likely to surtor from four evil, viz; an over
pin of food in thu i-'ouiaeh, Impaired ability
to dl-ctt It, the puugl of iljpi'lila, and a
doctor' bill. Int. Wai.kku'h VtaKT.111.1t
Vinkiiah lliTTKits, the great Teetotal lto-
itoratlvo of tho life, without over-stimu
lating tho palate or Irltatlng thu ttomach,
Impart a healthful appetite, promote di
rection, rogiil.itcstlio liver acd bowel, purl
;le tliu blood, and thus, Instead of entailing
"ourcvil,Iconfum four lootlmablobeuctlt.
A man of good buslues ijualilles, to
take tlin general ngeni-y hem In a busi
ness that will pay from 5200 to $000
monthly. This Is no trinket or patent
rt,ri,i ..ii'nlr .mil mmii lint resiionsihlu
HhIH ..iiiiii , . 1 .. .
men need apply. Call nt the Arilnirloti
imiMMl'Olu u to 1 11. ui., aim uu jui .u.u.
Fill DAY, FKHUUAHY C, 1875.
KDITOK lleLLKTIWl l'trfiMBnnniinr-f.lliit f am
arnnilhUtr for theonUenf MUtii'n Altnrnfynt
the cnniliiK cln! trlrctlon to be held mi the IClh
iliy of February VM. O. MUI.KKY.
KlllTON Kl'.l . IMruki, innotltir JflllV II.
l'llll.I.IM 111 it candlijiie fur Mayor or Lilro, it
tlietiuulntf mutik'l,l election.
uuiuai; u, ion, mtnr i.nui.
I'm-tlcMleitrimr to take atlvmitaL'o of
the (IlKcouiit 011 their uns bill, Miould
conn) to Hie olllri! ami netllo to-day, us
thl. in the hint tiny of grace.
II. T. Okiiould, Hup't.
The lxAt for gratu, lim or Mack
niltlilng. A H Hook.
Mr. .rainos 1. Voorhceo h cativasilng
for mibtrrlbcrff for n volutin; of the
Iiecclieii of Hon. I). X. VoorliwH of In
dlaiiH. Thl voliiinu wlllcoiitulii thu let
fon ii'Ic, political, 0ccv1lu11.1l ami literary
rlforl of the great Hooiler orntor, ami
will Ui rend Willi jileamre and profit.
VII young men, lawyers nnd pcrnons In
terexU'd In American politic should ntih-
scribe for tho ".SjK-eches."
Cnril of Tlinnli.
To the Riivgh nnd llmly Kir l'blniutiy or Cairo
We, tin U.Ti'avi.il friemliiof the lament
ed Henry 'J'. .Martin, return our heartfelt
thank, to tin; member of tlicllougli and
Iti-ndy Fire company, of Cairo, Illinois,
for the kind and brotlierly resiH-ct which
they paid to liU remain, and Uneerelv
hope that none of them will ever know
wliat it 1 to want a friend In the land of
I he htr.iuger. Hepcctlully.
11. A. IIaiiiiisso.v.
Avrru February lit, $1,000 reward will
e Kited for llfty Rood payln,' day boarder
ttthe Oelmonlco Hotel ? a week.
Allriitlnn, KiilKlitxif Pylblna,
ry I here will be 11 regular convo-
ijcaUoti ofAfc.iIou I.wlge o. 01
Knight it rythla, Iivltl at their
fatle Hall thU (Friday) evening
7::W o'clock. Work lu the Page ami
j-'iuire Hank. A full nttendance in earn
tly desired. VMtltig KulghUeonllally
nvited to le present.
Will Iv. Hawkinu, K. of It. anil b.
The Ileiiiulii of llvnry T. .Murtln.
Wi'duefiday morning, in tompllaiic'"
uith th" rtueiitof the relative. of Henry
T. Martin, ili-evam.il, Sherlll'Irvln, accom
panied by Mr. II. Myer, Mr. lherwart
and Mr. Velriin, members of the ltough
and Heady Fire company, went to Heech
flrove Cemetery for the purpo'eof having
the remain of Martin 1lMntern.1l and for-
wnnki! to It Salle, Illinol. From let-
tern lately received by parties in thl city
from the friend and relathea of the dc-vcaK-d,
there h every proof that he was
at one lime a very estimable and pronil
lug young iuau,biilin thenuirwof hiiiuni
evtnu, lie at conic time during the earlier
part of his exUtcuce met with a misfor
tune which turned the tide of liH life into
iniH-ry and de'palr.
TlieAtliciieinu was well tilled lat night
and wc venture to fay that each and every
one who braved the discomfort of the
cold, were amply repaid by the excellence
of the performance, from the commence
ment to the conclusion. Ingouiar was the
attraction, and a presented by the Price
troupe, called out round after round of
applaui-c from the audience, hvcry body
wa of the Mine opinion, which wu to
the ell'ect that they could not tee wherein
improvement was po'slhlc. Mr. D. Hun
chett's jersonatIou of Ingomar was
very fine, and wa very highly
ajipreciati.il by thiHe preM-nt.
Tile character of I'artlienla, as playeil by
Miss I'riee was calculated to win the heart
of every member of her audience, as It
did the tavnge heart of Ingomar. The
balance of the character!? we're all well ex
ecuted, making thu piece all that could be
To-night we will have "Leah the For
saken," with Mis. I'riceas Leah, Mr. W.
Cooke I'ope asiiming thu role ol Herman
the Iletrayer, and the balance of the com
pany do distributed as to assure her the
deMrcd support. On this occasion the
Atheneum will be lllled to overflowing,
because of the high repute of the play, aud
because also, II U Mies l'rice'i bciielit
Illinois Crntiiai. Kaii. Hoai Co., "I
(li'Ficu ("i:n'i. KnirniKitx Ao't,
Caiho, 111., February 0, 1875. J
On and alter the date of tlitrs notice, the
charge for hpecial funeral trains from
Cairo-to Jleeeh drove or Villa Ithlge, will
be as follows: 1 coach and engine $'25;
2 coaches and engine $10; 3 coaches and
engine $50; and $10 for eacii additional
coach. Jamks Johnson,
dviwral Southern Agent.
iva-Mlt. '' copy.
Iteaolulloiiw of nraiert.
Caiiio, Ili.i., Jan. 31, 1875.
At a meeting of thu Helta City lire
company, the following resolutions were
unanimously adopted :
Wnt'HKA. We have heard with 1111
felirned regret of Ihedentli of our latu fel
low member William Martin, who had
endeared hlinselt to us all by hi many
good qualities; therefore be It
Jtuolvtil, That wldlo we bow In sub
inUslou to the will of Him "wlunlocth all
t. lings well," wearo reminded that our
loss is hi eternal gain in that home "not
made with hands eternal in the heavens."
lUtohtii. That we sincerely sympHthlze
with his alllicled family in this their rail
Ilesolccd, That a copy of these resolu
tions lie furnished the family of thu de
ceased, uiul be also published lu the
Uy order of the company.
Open Fridays and gattinlays only.
I'ltrnlturis for Hair.
Thotindersignnd will sell all his House
hold ami ICJtclu-n Fiiriiltnro nwirly
new jonl.sllng of beil, bureau, wafh
stands, chair, etc., nt private sale, at the
rcsidenou corner Slxleculll and Locust
streets. Tertni cash, M, M. Moonn.
The pneumonia Is taking hold of
many of our people.
Wc learn that Mrs. Winston, who for
the past two weeks ha been very 111, is
Olllct's Making Powder tho best In
use always, reliable.
To-night Mis Fanny 11. Price will
take n benefit, anil will no doubt be greet
ed with u very large audience.
The liourat which the ledum and con
cert nt the Methodist church concluded
last night, wan too late for uny com
ment. A new sidewalk Is lu course of con
trttctlon on I-vce street, between the two
Iron More of I teed anil Woodward.
Mrs. Alvord will lecture before tho
public at thu High School building next
Monday night, 011 thu llallads of Scotia.
The dance glren by tho scholars of
the German Catholic school, at Klugo'fl
hall Wednesday night, wan very well at
tended. Olllct's linking Powder for sale
Sunday night. 11th Inst, at the Liberal
Kellglou hall, Dr. Parker will deliver a
lecture under the auspices of lh Free Ite
-Leah, the Forwken, atthe Atheneum
to-night. This Is Miss Prico'H benefit
night, aud the house will no doubt be
City Comptroller Cox has been un
der the weather for a few day. City
Clerk Hawkins! now acting in tint ca
pacity. Mr. K. L. Kiinyon, ticket agent at
this station for the Cairo, Arkansas and
Texas railroad company, left hist night
for Little Kock.
-The Thalians are working hard to
make their party, to come off 011 the 0th
of this month nt the St. Charles hotel, the
grand event of the season.
-A fight between two school boys, at
tlii' corner of Thirteenth street and
Washington avenue, was among the im
portant cu-nU of the day.
The negro man named Clem Voting,
who was arrested and fined for striking a
colored lady named Mrs. Miller, was re
!caed from Jail by Mayor Wood.
-Several inemliers of the Hough and
Heady lire company are out cnnvaiklng
the city lor the sale of tickets to their
grand inaiqueradu ball to le given at
Sheel'h hall on Manll Orns night.
-Mayor Wood has refused to Issue the
amount of scrip required to pay Police
Magistrates Ilrosi and lUrd tor their la
bor, until there Is money enough hi thu
city trvaiiry to redeem thu said scrip.
It li rumored that Mr. Henry Winter
has oniu thought of renting the building
011 the comer of Seventh street and Com
mercial avenue, formerly occupied by the
Cairo A Vlneenncs railroad company as
otllces, to a gentleman of this city, who
proposes to o-hmi a llmt-clas hotel.
Call for the best Ulllet's Ilaklng
Powder for It never disappoint the
Sirs. Judge Green and Miss Hettle
Parker, of this city, left last night 011
board the tcamer James Howard for
New Orleans, for a visit to friends. The
trip 110 doubt will be a pleasant one, there
being a number of ladies on board, in
cluding the wife and two daughters of
A team of horses that had been un
hitched from the wagon, while standing
near the Illinois Central cattle yards on
Commercial avenue, yceterday afternoon,
became frightened, broke loo?o and ran
up the street. While running, the liar
uess 011 one of thu horse slipped from
Its place and got under his feet, throw
ing him 011 his side, where he lay until
untangled by a couple of men, who
found It no little work to get through
with their undertaking.
A correspondent of the D11 Quoin
Tribune writing from St. Johns say:
"Mr. Dennis Foley, the young man that
succeeded Charlie Hreed In the Compa
ny V store at this place, took his depart
ure last week. He is yet In the employ
of Halliday A Co., but Is located at Cairo,
Mr. F. made many friends during his
stay here, for he was kind, obliging and
gentlemanly. In all his business transac
tions, he was prompt and careful. We
wish him success."
Tho wheelbarrow man, who passcj
througlt Cairo last summer on his way to
St. Paul, Minnesota, arrived in due course
of time, but finding that things there were
not what they wuro represented to be,
"swapped" his wheelbarrow for 11 raft,
and together with his family set out up
on the "father of waters" for his former
place of abode Xuw Orleans. He passed
by Cairo home four week since, (so wo
are informed), but without stopping.
Thc'late cold snap caught him ln-twccn
here and Memphis, and when he arrived
at the latter place he was In a pretty bad
fix out of provisions, his wife sick, etc.
After making enough axe handles to re
plenish his larder and procure medicines
for his wife, ho proceeded on his way re
joicing. I'ollro Con hi,
Huslness lu the police court yester
day was rather lively for awhile owing to
the urrcdt of a number of women eharued
with being inmates of house of ill-fame. 1
The women that makeup thu faintly of
Miss Grace Wiusor, eleven in number,
including the proprietress, were ln-fore
his Honor Judge Dross, who assessed a
fine of ten dollat s and costs against each
and every one of them. Thu guardian,
Miss Wlnsor, promised to see that thu
flni-H of iihiu of tho number were paid,
but the other two, Klla Hays aud Josle
Perryam, sho refused to vouch for. The
Judge iwked the two friendless creatures
whether they could pay, anil was Inform
ed by them that they had no money to
pay with, but promised to lcavo town If
Ills Honor would give them a stay of ex
ecution, which ho did, allowing them thu
period oftweuty-four hours lij which to
fulfill their promises or go to Jail. They
avowed their attention to leave Cairo
within the specified Him, If Ihcy had to
A vicious gentleman, George Wil
liams by name, but whose color wc neg
lected to learn, was up before HU Honor
charged with assaulting another for
which little bit of ni(iusciuciit a flits of
live dollars and trimmings was awim-d.
Thu next and last ease before Judge
Dross was. that of Halliday Urolhers,
charged with keeping a wharf-boat with
out license. The case was continued un
til Tuesday, the 0th Inst.
Judgu llird had a good share of the
business, though he did not realize out of
tlic transactions as much cash ils Judge
Tho first case that demanded his at
tention, was that of James Card, who
was up for tho common crime of bolug
wrapped around more benzine than hu
wax capable of Htandlng without becom
ing drunk, and for that reason thu Judgu
saw fit to fine him one dollar nml costs.
James was not rich lu money, though he
may lie possessed of many traits of tho
Godly, and therefore he was sent to the
calaboose for three days.
The most Important event of llm day
to Mr. Ilird. were thu caes of the women
who com tl tutu thu hotichold of Ml
Ik-rtha Castle, who were fined for being
himatea of a house of ill-fame.
On Tuesday of this week, thu follow
ing case. In the circuit court of Alexan
der cottuty, were continual until the next
term : Xancy Ford vs. Harkless '1 aylor;
Justus II. Cunningham vs. City of Cairo;
People for Use of Lewis v. Joel O. Mor
gan ct al, and W. II. Lane ut id vs. D. C.
Stewart it ol.
The suit of John Parrott vs. A. W.
McGee, appealed by the defendant to this
court, was dintled for want of pro-ecu-tlon,
aud prueeilentlo tiw.'.rdcd to thu Jus
tice from whom appeal wa. taken.
A decree for mechanic' Hen was ren
dered In favor of DouJ. Southard vs.
Karnes Manufacturing company, for
The afternoon of Tuesday and fore
nyin of Wednesday were absorbed In at
tempting lo bring the case of James II.
Clay vs. Wall ami Kut to trial, but tin:
more the attorneys tried to buttle the
pleadings tint more unsettled they became,
and Iluallv the cause was continued until
the May term.
On Wuhif sday an Auditor was ap
pointed in the cauc of James 11. Clay
v.. Thos. J. Knt, and the cauc con
tinued for thu report ol the Auditor.
Tlicapieal of W. H. Tomlln vs.
Charles D.tker, was dismissed for want of
In the apieal of Frank Kithcr vs.
D. C. Stewart, the plaintiff took a 11011
The remainder of the day wa taken
up hi argument in the matter of the es
tate of A. A. Ariek, deceased, appealed
from the probate court.
On yesterday the time of the court
was occupied In hearing lurther argu
ment in the Arlek estate ease, and in try
ing, by Jury, the suit of Frank Corcoran
vs. Jamis ltoss. After being out about
one hour, the jury returned a verdict hi
fyor of Corcoran for S217 SO.
A Jury was impauuclcd In the suit of
Michael Coyne vs. Daniel H.irtman, and
the opening statements made by the coun
sel, when court adjourned. Thhcase will
be taken up on the opening of court this
morning, and will probably occupy all
of thu day.
Use PARADISE COAL.
A I' rut February 1st, ?l,(XO reward will
be (.Ivcn for fifty good paying diy boarder
at the Dolmonico Hotel?! a week.
Tho.sc using base-burner ttoves have
found just what they want lu PAKA
Having glveu up my oil stand on the
levee and taken Keohlcr Jt Uro' shop, on
Eighth street, I shill be prepared lo sup
ply the oltlzeus ot Cairo with the best
meats the market affords. Please call and
see me. Phil. Howakd.
Try PAUADISK COAL, the cheap
est and lest.
-Duy PAUADISK COAL.
Newly-fated, tinely furnlheil barber
shop by Geor;o Steinhouso, corner Com
mercial avenuo and Eighth street. Yearn
of pract'eo have given htm a Il(,-ht hand
that mikes a smooth sauvo delightful. All
who try him once will call again. All the
lalo dally pipers are kept 011 his tahlo for
tho benefit ol hiseo8touierH, mid there la
no tedious wuitlugfor turns. tf
Try PAUADISK COAii forcooklng.
Glllvt's Flavoring Kxtracts-lliu best
ill use, and for sale by marly every gro
cer. A ft eh Kehrusi-y 1st, tl.OOO reward will
bo given tor lllty good paying day boarder
at the Delmonlc-) Hotel ft per week,
-All that have tried PAUADISK
COAL will use 110 other.
Joo HoLoker Is now hi full control of
tho Washington bakery, and having learn
ed the want of tho public, I prepared to
supply on call a'l demands for French loaf,
Dostou, Drown and Ornliani bread, and
everything elso ordinarily found In a first
classbakcry. He maintains a full stock ot
confectioneries, ami can, as well ss any
other dealer In the city, till all order in
that line, Cakes baked, trostod or orua
mooted on short notice. Spocla Inttentlon
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
Order PARADIslJ.COALIroin any
The attention of tho public Is called to the
fait that the City Couucll, by ordluance,
have directed tho Collector to rece!o only
lu payment ol tho city portion of tho taxes,
legal currency of lbs Onlicd Statei. City
warrants will therefore no longer bo re
ceived for any portion ol such tuxes. Dy
tho provision of Section 137, chipter 120,
Uurd's revision, the Collector I required
to tolled and nturu all porsoim) luxes by
tho 10th of March next. This' proUlon
will bo vigorously enforced, nnd x payer
will take duo notlco of the I tet.
Alxx, U. InviN,
Ohilnrlr to Mnrrinnr.
llitppy Re-Hcf for Vounar Mm from th
erlrcls or KrisiW wVI(,wtM In Witly lire fn
hood rfJtiit. ImpwllnitnU flt MarrHre Ye
moV'd. Jiewr me'Jiod of trnU'idrnl, New and
remarkable remnlM. Hooks and circulars sent
free, In sealed envelope. Address, HoWAHU
ASSOCIATION, 41N, Nlnlli street, l'hllidel
phis, l'a. , in. Inhibition lutvlng a high reputa
tion far honorable conduct and profelonil
Steamer Jim Flsk, Padticah.
NJek Longworth, Cincinnati.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Pmliicah.
" James Howard, New Orleans.
" Arlington, Memphis.
Nick Longworth, New Orleans.
HIVF.R, WKATItKIt, AVI) Iir.-tl.Nr.8S.
Tho weather to-day has leeii very cold,
thoirgh the tun hasl-ccnshinlng brightly.
Business as usual,, dull.
Thu Ohio river rose one foot.
Caiiio, III., Tmitwday Kvknixo-,
February 4, 1875. j
After the heavy and continuous rain
that lasted all day Tuesday, the weather
turned cold, thu mercury took a trip
down Into the neighborhood of 7.cro,
whore It still stays, the ground froze
solid, and although to-day ha been clear
and bright, there was 110 heat In the sun
shine and no signs of a thaw. This
change lu thu weather has locked up the
river to St. Louis for several weeks- to
come. The Ohio at this point is clear of
Ice and has been riing fast for a day or
Wu have no changes to note in the gen
eral market. Oats has experienced a
chunge for tho l-etter, caued by the de
mand to load the Howard for Xew Or
leans, but the, change Is thought to bu
only teuiiorary. Corn Is firm, plenty
aud dull. Hay Is In active demand at
quotation-. Com meal Is firm ami un
changed. Other branches of the market
will tic noticed under appropriate heads.
JsaTOur friends should bear In mind
that the price. here given are usually for
sale from first bands lu round lot. In
filling orders aud for broken lots it is nec
essary to charge an ndvaucu over these
The market rules the same as previously
reported. The demand is confined to low
grades, of which there is but little in mar
ket. Choice is plenty, heavy, and hard
to sell. Sales reported were 000 bills city
mills $ I tMafi 50; -100 bids various grade,
$3 75(3 7.); MX) bbls .XXX,$-lh0, 350
bbis choice, S3 00;.fXI hblsXXXX choice,
$5 23 ; 300 bbls various grades, $ 1(2,0 ; 500
bbls various grades, S IQS 75; 300 bbls va
rious grades, $ I 75(rt.ti.
Prices are lower, but steady at quota
tions. The dumatid forchoi6a Is 'active at
$20. Sales 2 car prairie delivered, $10;
1 car timothy delivered, $20; C cars
choice timothy delivered, $20; S ears
choice timothy deliv., $19; 2 ears pralriu
delivered, $10 ; o cars common mixed de
livered, $18; 1 car eholco timothy deliv
ered, $20; 1 car pralriu delivered, $10; 1
car mixed delivered. SIS ; 2 cars gilt edge
timothy delivered, $22; 1 car common
mixed delivered, S17; 1 car prairie deliv
ered, $10; 1 carptimc timothy delivered,
The market is well supplied and firm,
but wlthnuh ii limited demand at quota
tions. Sale were 0 car Xo. 2 mixed hi
bulk on track 00c; 2 cars No. 2 white in
bulk on track 07c; 5 cars rejected In bull:
011 track Clc; 1 car car corn C-lc; 2 ears
Xo. 2. yellow In bulk CCc; 1 car Xo. 2
white mixed In bulk CSc; 2 care No. 2
mixed hi sacks delivered (He.
The market is linn nt quotations. The
present supply I rather limited, but it Is
thought the activity of a few day past
will prove only temporary, and receipts
will lie ample for the demand. Sales
were 3000 sacks No. 2 mixed delivered
63c; 3 cars No. 2 mixed In bulk on track
5Sc; 8 car Xo. 2 mixed In bulk on track
08c; 2 ears No. 2 mixed In bulk on track
53c; 1 car No. 2 white In sacks delivered
03c; 1 car No. 2 mixed in sacks delivered
03c; 1 car No. 2 black lu sack delivered
OSc; 1 ear rejected in bulk on track 07c.
Thu supply Is limited and demand ac
tive ; prices are steady and firm. We notu
sales of 200 barrels steam dried 3 03 ; 200
barrels kiln dried 2 00; 700 barrels city
mills hteatu dried 3 00.
The market Is steady and tlrm, and thu
demand exuenl thu supply. We
note sales of 2 cars lu sacks delivered
Thu market continues dull for every
thing uxcept choice Northern yelow, lor
which there is ugood local demand, and
none In market. Common whlto butter,
aud even good butter in bad condition or
packed in plnu boxes I entirely neglect
ed. Wu note sales of MX) poundsi eholco
Northern roll allele; 10 tubs choice
Northern packed 27e; 15 package com
mon Southern Illinois packed 20c; 100
pound choice Southern Illinois 223i2lc;
200 pounds choice Xorthern 25o; 200
pounds choice yellow Northern roll 20c.
Thu market i bare and (he demand
active. All receipts sell on arrival n t quo
tations. Sales were 200 dozen 25c; 300
dozen 2l23c; 100 dozen 23c.
There is an active Inquiry for poultry
of all kinds, but none ollcriug. Now Is
tho tlmu for shipper to send thnlr poul
try to market Instead of waiting, an they
usually do, until there is n glut, a dull
market, aud unsatisfactory results. Wu
note sales of: 10 dozen dressed, $3 00
3 M) ; 1 coops alive, $3 233 50 5 15, dotal
dressed, $3 003 M),
Ill light ilctiMiH,! nt prices ranging no
cording to quollty, from $2 00 to .1 M) pur
barrel. Wc note sales" of M) barrel
Choice, $.') 100 bartebi common to eholco
1'2 00) 25.
Tjtorolsdotislilcrable Inquiry for choice
peach blows and seed varieties, and very
few offering. Wc still qttoto peach blows
$3, and choice seed potatoes $.1 CO pr
Tha improvement In 'the market mar
be only temporary, but at prc"ent prices
arc itlffand advancing. Wc nofc salehof
4 casks dry salt clear sides, 10Jc C lierres
dry salt clear rib sides, 101c; 0 casks dry
salt shoulders, 7jc. 30 bbl moss pork,
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
Corrected Dally by K. M Htrnrn, rommlsslon
i.. iu, v. iuc i.niru iiuuni ux
Flour, Kvonllnir to Rr,le..M
Corn, inlxeil. Sjirlnl
- II 004,6 00
...J .'O-i.S M
- , flllO (O
...tl ,V3 2.1
J Wa,2 75
... MAtl tO
.... 1 M
Corn, white, sacked ,
Oats, inlxnl .
limn, per ion - .......
Meal, eteum drlnl
Hutter, cholce.Nortlimi roll
flutter, choir Nouttiern Illinois ...
.ipiHMi, cnoice, -r barrel ...
A Plilm, common, per Wiel.
l'otMloea, rr barrel
Onlmn, irr barrel - ..
CO X HI KM I OX
AMD DEALCn 1.1
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City National Bonk.
I sell In rnr-loful lots at m.-uiuKiclurers'
prlcos, adding Freight.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Suco-ssor to John II. I'hlllli)
And UeuU'r In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLO UK,
HEAL, DRAN, etc.
Agsnti for LAFLtTT it RAND POWDEE CO,
ICorner Tenth Street and Ohio
Z. D. Matron. K. C. Ubl.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
O-a Oliio Ikvoo.
E. J. Ayrw. S. D. Ayita.
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