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Ol Olid-Fellow' Hall oh Hi flntuud third
lureuji 111 every rauiiwi, at uii-imii wra.
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A CAIItOI.OlKlK, .NO.Z37,A.r. A A. M
A lliiMrt'itulAr tiiiniiiunlcatlnnn In Ms
K tonic Hull, miner Conimcrclul s-raue
' 'nmi r.ijttmi ninvi, on uie avcona n;
iirin aioikut or ram inoniii.
The father ol nil I loss cigars, .i f even
licit Havana tiller, Tor live cents at
12-10-tf CoWI'KllTinVAIT A I'llll.l.ll'H,
At lentlun t Healem.
Wt! liave lour docn Imitation Kbony
snr.iKiiu (,'an-OiH'iii'r, taken lor aihcr
tlilii),', which w will Rllnttwn dollar
K?r ilo.en. Inquire at llulletlti olllep.
Kverjboily to kliov. tint the t'l.icc to set
i A Miiootli dilate,
A gooil tliaiupbo,
A faihlonaMe lmlr-uut,
Or anything In tbat line,
It at the tiliANii Ccktiul llAititr.u
Shop, corner Eighth and Commercial.
fc-S-tf .1. Ukoikie SrINIIOUrt
Wo will pay no bill eontracted by any
c-mtiloTc of Tin: Huli.ki i.v, uiiIcm thu
panic It made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary cltho com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by nti employe of the company, for any
t.uriioM: w naigoevcr.
(JAIRO Itl'LLKTlN COMi'A.VV.
yovember 10. 187S. tl
Kotlrr or HrinTl.
C. Koch ha? removed hU boot and
fdioe shop from the old stand to liU
new brick building (owi block below),
Xo. W Commercial avenue, letwecn
Kllth and Sixth atrccU, where he will
keep thu best home made and St. I.oul
cugtoin made boots and flioos, made of
the best materl.il ; good workmaimhlp
and In the latest- style. All order
promptly attended to. IKlT-tl.
(Irani! lunch at "Our .Saloon" to
For nilendld blankets, water-proofs,
caflimeres nnd Jeaiif, call on Hurler, 121
Commercial avenue. 12-10-1 m.
Come one, come all, and eat ol the
vraml lunch at "Our Saloon" to-ntjht.
ll!-15-tf FltKII. IIOHIKIN.
Oil cloth carpet, and and la fact
everything heart tan wlMi for, caique
found by calling on Jlurcr & Co, 121
Commercial avenue, 12-10-lm
Ladles wishing to purchase under
wear forHhemtelve? or children, can t'et
ut what" hey want at Hurler & CoN,
121 Commercial avenue. 12-10-lm
He Mire and come to the grand lunch
at "Our Saloon to-nl-lit.
12-l&-tr Kiii.ii. 1Iokiii:i.nn.
llo.-lery, slows, nubia and scarfs
in urea, abund.inee, mid at thu very low
est prleec, at Hurler Co' ; 121, Com
mercial avenue. 12-10-lm.
Tnlilc Uncus, unpMus tnueU and
lx.il spread' of cery kind, and to Milt
the want of every peron, can Ix-lound
In, great abundance at Hurler & CoV,
121 Commercial uvcuue. 12-10-lm
A large stock oflailitV, wl-tV and
children's shoe, of the latest -tyles and
tlnest material, and very cheap, are on
i-ale at lturcr A CoN, 121 Couuuureli:!
Fllty cents at WlnterV flalleiy.
The ta.te.oftlie.nio't taMldiuu lady
can be satllled by calling on Hurler &
Co, when they want laceit, embroiderici!,
linen, cutlVi or collars. Their stock U
cuperb and complete. 12-10-1 in.
For ribbons and lies of every- fliade
and (jualUy, and mulllcr of all kiniN,
you should to Hurler & (To', 121,
Comnicreial avenue. They have jn-t
what you want, and will not lail to please
Hurler & Co. have on hand one of
thu lart'c?t, most elegant mid fashion
able (Stocks ol dress tfoods, silks nnd pop
lins ever brought to Cairo. They have
put their prices down to the very lowest
notch, mid buyers will llnd it to their
advantage to give them a call. 12-10-1 in
There Is no merchant In Cairo who
understands more perfectly thu wants of
our people than J. Hurler, and on his
last trip cast, he purchased onoot the
moat elegant stocks of shawls, cloaks
and fun that could be found. Give him
a call and look at them, whether you buy
or not. 12-10-lm.
A bilvcr plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttlu
Sewing Machine, hard (plauu) llnMi,
Valued at $85. Will he sold at 20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from thu factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ol thu
tityol Cairo at $3 CO each (hall price.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine vulued at $75. Will be sold at $15
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $00 ltemlngton Sewing Machine
$a0otlfor cash. Sultahlu lor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer,
A stylo "K," "Clough, Warren &
Co,'s" l'arlor Organ, right from thu fac
tory at Detroit. List price, $1100. Will
bo sold for $200.
1000 sheets of bristol board Just re
ceived at Ihe Bi'u.ktin olllce, and lor
sale to the trade.
ity of Cairo,
colored and varnished, for wilu at hall
price ($ai0) at thu Oullktim odlec.
20,000 ttoto heads, 30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter hends, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads -CarlMo paper Just
received and for sale it the Uui.lktin
olttoc, t ,
For uny of the above article, npply a
tho Bulletin olllce. U. A. Uuhxktt
RATKN Or AnVKRIININU.
C"AII lillla for lulvtrllfllDlf, aiciliirnml my
able IM ADVANCE
'Jmnlcnt adrcrtlolntrwill be Itisrrlnl nt llm
rate of I (O er iiurp for the first IiimtIIoii
and UH'tnU for nwlniibMutut one. A llbrl
ititcoutit will be made on tmidln( unit toy
I'lmrch, Hocletr, KrMlval ami Hurler notlce.4
Will only 1 Inserted u whirtl.fiuenU
for Inierllng ruiientl nolle l , Notlrrof
ineellnorsocletleH or sififl order So rents Tor
No advertlsriuwit will tie rrreltnl at lnn than
a. -- - Local Bualneaa Notlcaa, of
1 r ton lines or more, inaerteu
i1 In the Bulletin aa follows:
One Inaertlon per line uonis.
Two inaertlons per line .....7 Cents.
Tbrce insertions per line lO Cents
Rlv lnrllnni ner Una 15 Cents
Two weeks per line SB Cents.
Ctnm mnnih nnr line MS Cents.
No Reduction will be made in nbovo
'.Tt'KSDAY, .lANl'AItY II, 1870.
l.ornl WrHthcr Keporl.
Caimo, III., .Ijii. 10, 1470.
T1HK ' UAH.
Tint. I W'i!u. I VaL. I Wkatii,
I : JI.MI
lii.ra. :i..' 1 1
3il'." 1 30 KM
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l?erruiit. Slat Strrlcc, U. h, A.
Jessica Mildred Obcrly, born July 26th,
1872; died of dlpthcrla, January lOtli,
187C, aged three year?, live months and
twelve davs. Sevlccs at the reldencu of
parents at 2 o'clock, p.m., to-day ; luu-
oral. by special train to ISeach Grove
Cemetery, at 2:110. Frlcndsand aciiualnt-
ances Invited to attend.
Died, about two o'clock a, m. Monday,
Junuary 10th, 1870, alter a long and pain
ful sickness, Mrs. Bridget Fitzgerald, be
loved wife ol Mr. KIchard Fitzgerald,
aged about thirty-live years. Her fune
ral will take place to-day from her hus
band's residence, corner Twentieth
street and Washington avenue, at 1
o'clock. Services at St. Patrick's church.
A sneclnl train will leave thu foot of
Eighth street tit half past two o'clock lor
Calvary cemetery, Villa Itldge. Friends
and acquaintances are respectfully Invited
Cottage on lUth street, live rooms, good
cistern, etc. Kmjuire'of Itii. Smith.
For Nil I p.
Choice Minnesota potatoes at 50 cent
Pit bushel; and n large ripply
ol fresh groceries always on baud
at low prices. Choice butter a specially.
12-aO-tf L. II. Mvr.ii.
All persons who have not taken out
their city license for !S70,aru hereby noti
fied to do so on or before Tuesday, Jauu-
iry lllh. B. F. Hi.akk,
City Treasurer and Kx-Ollleio Collector.
Cairo, III., Jan. 8, 1870. 1-0-21
Special convocation of Calio Chapter
No. 71, 1!. A. M.. to be held at the Ma
sonic Hall on Thursday evening, January
ltli. All compauiou-re requested to
present. By order of the M. Kx. II.
'. C. Hax.ny, Sec'y.
NhIi- or Ilrnl KnIiiIp
The undersigned oilers lor sale lots No.
12, 13 and 14, In block Xo. 20, In the city
of Cairo, together with a cottage situ
ated on said lots, ut a low figure. For
further Information, call at the residence
ol the undersigned. John Kciickl.
Wood mill ('mil,
I It wood by the cord, $3 75; 1 ft
wood by the.half cord, $2 00; I ft sawed,
per cord, $4 50; I It wood sawed and
split per cord, $5 00. Coal, per single
ton,$l 00; coal, two tons, $.'1 75; coal,
I or more tons, $:i 50.
1-0-lni. C. W. Wiii:km:u A Co.
NATIONAL C0BRET BAND'S BALL
TUHNEIl'S HALL, 17i INST.
Tickets can be procured at McGauley's
lrug store, Bobbins' Bazar, and at K. &
IV. Buder's lewelry store. 1-i-td.
Wood mm C.'onl.
On and alter this date tho prices of
wood and coal at my yard, adjoining the
Cairo and St. Louis Narrow Gauge depot,
will bu as follows :
Four foot wood per cord, 3 75 ; four
foot wood per hall cord, $2; four foot
wood, sawed, per cord, Sl 50 ; four foot
wood, sawed and fcpllt, per cord, $5 ; Big
Muddy coal per sluglo ton, $1 ; same per
two tons, $1) 75; same per four tons and
upwards, $3 50.
:u goons uenvrreu.
i - r... i.u i.-
J as, K. law:, I'rop'r.
Edward Cotton, on a similar charge,
was before his honor, and tailing to pay
i tluu of two and tho trimmings, went
over for three days. Olllecr O'Mealey
made the arrest.
Chief Gossinan arrested a colored
man by thu name of Bulla Gordon, on a
charge of dhorderly conduct. Gordon
was lined live dollars and thu perquisites,
falling to pay which, he was sent to work
on the streets I 'or four days.
S. F. Shadrlck, lor being drunk, was
arrested by Olllcer Lalluu on Saturday
evening, and locked In thu calahoosu
until yesterday morning, when ho was
taken betoro Judge Bird, who lined him
two dollars and costs, and returned him
to the lock-up lor three days.
Mrs. Booue, keeper of a cigar stand
on Coinerclal avenue near Twelfth street, 1
was before Judge Bross yesterday
on a warrant euarging uer
with selling liquor without li
cense. Tho evidence against hepwas
not strong enough, mid she wi discharged.
Major A. J. Kuykcndall of Vienna
was In the city on Sunday.
Col. S. H. Taylor wa In the city on
S.uidiiy, !i...l left yeMcrday lor St. I.nuK
O. C. NVon and J. II. Itozler, ol St
l.ou'i'. arc registered at thu S. Charles.
W. F. Toll", of F.vansvllle. was at the
St. Charles hotel yc-terday.
Juwett Wilcox, mine host of the St
f 'harle, has gone to St. Louis on bul-
Ira F. Swill, formerly proprietor of
the Metropolitan hotel, in Chicago, Is in
Mrs. Chit Bradley, who has been vis
Itingher parent In EvansvMe, returned
to the city on Saturday night.
Miss Anna Simmons ol Anna, Mis
Kate Hacker nnd Miss Ida Williams of
Joiicsbnronre in the city vi'iting.
Ml Alice Cutting, who was In the
city Waiting ut the residence ot Mr. C.
It. Woodward, returned to her home hi
Metropolis on Saturday.
Henry Wood, on ol Col. Charles O.
Wood, late ol this city, was married to a
young lady ut Joneshoro on Sunday lat
So wc arc Intoiiued.
Mr. Cauda, president, nwl Mr. Scarl.",
attorney, for the Cairo and St. Louis rail
road, are in the city on business coir
nccted with their road.
Miss Anna I'itehcr and Miss Joslc
I'hlllls, will act as door managers lor the
leap year party to be given by the
Woman. Centennial Asodatlon on next
Tuesday night at the St. Charles hotel.
Dr. J. Ward Kills, l'ust Orand Mas
ter of the f'raud Lodge of Odd
Fellows of Illinois, who was a
guest of t! rand Master Oberly for sev
eral days, left yesterday for his liouic In
11. W. Davis and F. S. Stewart, Chi
cago ; J. I. Alien, New York ; Capt.
LFowler of the steamer Vcagcr ; Capt.
Geo. T. Ilea, of the steamer Belle Srevc
port, were registered at the St. Charles
Cold very cold.
The city council will meet in regular
The churches were ail well attended
Thu rivers will soon bo on the de
The new luco was vUltcd by ut least
two hundred persons on Sunday.
The trial of Dr. HulU, on a charge
perjury, was commenced in the circuit
A negro and a w hite man indulged in
a bout at fistl-cutl's on the levee on Sun
day afternoon. Neither was badly dam
aged. The Centennial Association will, we
are requested to state, give a "large and
very pleasant "leap year, party on the
2?th or this mouth." The allair will
tako place at the St. Charles hotel.
Mrs. Kate Cooper offers her services
as a nurse In sickness. She has had sev
eral years experience and can iflve the
best of reference. Terms $3 ycr week.
Apply at her residence in Wilcox's block,
corner of Eleventh street and Washing
ton avenue. L0-4t
The track of tho Cairo and St. Louis
rail rood was removed from the top ot (he
levee to the low ground between Thirty
fourth street and the graveyard ridge on
Sunday. A force of nearly a hundred
men worked nearly thu whole day in
making the change.
Olllecrs Wooten, Sargent and Shce-
Jiatt, will start forSprlnglleld this after
noon, to appear belore the United States
district court as witnesses ngalust tho
man Hayes Indicted for attempting to
pass counterfeit money at Herbert's
saloon in this city in November last.
The Ladies' Centennial orl.tap Year
party to bo given at tho St. Charles ho
tel next Tuesday evening will be a grand
atT.dr. Tho ladles will invite the gentle
men, who will meet at Dr. Wardner's
olllce on Commercial avenue, whero they
will be met by the ladies and escorted to
We understand thu managers of thu
Liberal lteligious Association of this
city are negotiating for thu use of Tur
ner Hall as a place ol meeting fur
the association. Thero was no services
at Liberal Hall on Sunday, and thu usual
weekly sociables have been postponed
for the present.
If you want an economical heating
stove for wood and onu of the handsom
est stoves in tho market, with illumina
ted front, buy tho improved Evening
Star which took the blue ribbon ut St.
Louis Fair last October, over all other
on exhibition. For sale by C. W. Hen
derson, 101 Commercial avenue, Cairo,
The Wallace sisters Jennie, Minnie
nud .Maud supported by their supcib
company of twenty-live artists, and one
of tho finest orchestras lu the country,
will give their first entertainment at the
Athcncum to-morrow night. They will
meet with a hearty reception at tho bauds
of our theatre-going people.
The male portion ol .Madame Itent.'s
minstrel troupe thu samo that gave one
of their entertainments lu this city on
Saturday evening got Into a row with
some of thu "town boys" at llopklns
vllle, Kentucky, on the occasion of their
recent visit there. Tho minstrels came
out of the fracas much worsted and terri
bly demoralized. They had not entirely
recovered Iroin tho eU'ects of tho row
when here, lor several of them carried
black eyes and patched up heads,
Work on the now loyeo was resumed
on Sunday morning, as thu Bi'i.i.un.v
stated it would be. .Mayor Winter went
to thu works mid assured tho teamsters
and laborers Hint they would receive
their pay, and they at oncu went to work.
About forty trams were at work ut noon,
Sunday, when, lu consequence ol thu
rain, they were compelled to suspend op.
orations lor a short time. Yesterday tho
number ol'leams was greatly Increased,
and notwithstanding the lulonsu cold
weather, u very prolluible day! work
was done. It Is hoped and believed the
work will bo pushed to completion with
out lur'ther delay.
JHininr Term. A. II. IHTtl.
Ollleer-l), J. Baker, Judge.
It. S. Yocuiu, Circuit Clerk
Alex. II. Irvln, Sheriff;
MOSIilYf HRVKKTII DAY CIVIL.
The following new racs stand on the
law docket, having been commenced at
the present tortn :
No. 1021. A, II. Irving vs. A. B. Soy
more ; form of action, assumpsit.
No, 1025. fi'icderlck Falrthorc and The
odore Band, 'irni of Falrthornc & Band
vs. Sarah LiKIIno; form of action, n
sumpslt ; atiUKiut ol claim $135 OS.
No. 102'!. 'Ocorgu Bohmer vs. It. V
Ucizner and.Mttl ltclnir; form of action,
No. 1027. S'.hoolTriitecs, township 14,
range I welt vs. Charles T. King and
Era King; Form of action, assumpsit
No. 1023. iff nry Berry vs. John G,
llarnard; nt)eul from Justice of the
peaco ; amoui. of claim $20 40.
No. 1020. .Dim II. Davis vs. Mary A.
Billow ; tippe.ii from justice of the peace
No. 1030. It Ilium G. Kurtz vs. Daniel
Wright; form o! action, nssump'lt.
No. 1031. Mlihacl Mahoucr vs. Julia
Cahlll ; form ol aitlon, assumpsit,
No. 1032. I'atrlOi Fitzgerald vs. Chas.
Under ; form of acton, assumpsit.
No. 1033. BobertNCaldwcll vs. Henry
Wl'.dotn ; form of acf'on, assumpsit.
No. 1031. John P.'lroderlck vs. Nich
olas Hunsackcr; form of action, eject
lucnl. No. 10J4. Cairo and h1.. Louis Ballroad
Company vs. 'laylor, rirsons and Can
dec ; petition for conuen.natloii of right
No. 10:ii. John M. Nultu vs. Y illlam
Holdcn ; form of action, i jtctniunt.
No. 1037. Julia B. Earl vs. City of
Cairo; form of action, trei-pass on the
No. 103S. John Brown vs. the Cairo
and St. Louis Ballroid Company ; form
of action, trespass.
No. 1039. James llcudou vs. John
Sprout; form of actien, assumpsit.
No. 1040. Wood Bittcnhouse, treas
urer, etc., vs. Walbrldge, & Bros. : Form
of octlon, assumpsit.
No. 1011. Wood Bittcnhouse, treasurer,
vs. John l Gamble ; form of action, as
No. 1012. Chailes K. Mu.lc A Co. vs.
J. A. M. Glibs; form of action, a-ssump-
No. 1013, James F. Comstock & Co.
vs. Kcer Brothers & Co.; form ol action,
No. 1011 Henry C. Thlcleckc vs.
Hiram Hill; forot action, trespass.
No. 1015. Morrldy Bros., and risk,
rs. Wllllan KkiiholV; form of action, as
sumpsit. No. lOlf. Babbitt, Harkuoss it Co. vs.
Stuart. Wm. White and E. White.
Xo. 1017. The City ol Cairo vs. XefT
nud Hanny ; form of action, debt.
No. 101S. James and Richard Garland
vs. Herman Levy ; appeal from Justtc of
No. 1019. John McNully vs. John Ho
gan ; form of action, replevin.
No. 1050. Mary Sullivan vs. Cairo and
St. Louis railroad company : form of
No. 1051. David T. Hultz. vs. Bristol &
Stlllweli : form of action, assumpsit.
No. 1052. William Slckmau vs. Camper
Hafiiernnd Joseph Hafner; form of action,
No. 1053. Jeremiah Dunlevy, Jr., vs.
Gilbert H. Greeley and Jacob Skeens;
form ot action, assumpsit.
No. 1054. I'ower, 'fainter .fc Co. v.
William Elchofl'; torm of action, as
sumpsit. No. 1055. John Sullivan vs. Cairo and
St. Louis railroad Co. ; appeal.
No. 1050. Thomas Healey vs. Lou
Moore ; form of action, rcpleyle.
No. 1057. Mary Geek for use of Johns.
Hawkins vs. William Gatlin; Garnish
ment, No. 105S. Bernard McManus vs.
Charles Newiaud ; Form ol action, ns-
John Sullivan Indicted for stealing
some clothing from John Furgcrson,
plead guilty ol petit larceny and was sen
tenced to tho county Jail lor twenty-live
days and lined fifteen dollars.
Tlie case of the People vs. David Hultz,
was commenced lu the morning. The
defendant Is charged with perjury. After
a trial ot live or six hours duration the
Jury returned a verdict of not guilty
after being closeted about live minutes lu
tho room to w hich they retired lor the
determination of their verdict.
Tho case ol the I'cople vs. l'eterWalder
dcr was commenced and the evidence,
for thu prosecution at the adjournment
of court was almost all in. Peter Waldor
was indicted for an assault to do bodily
Injury. Ho is charged with assaulting
Michel kulnn with a dray pin.
We will ell, hircafter, our goods at
tho following prlii's, and solicit thu pat
ronage of the public :
Family brands, per can 35 cents.
Standards, per can 15 cents.
Select, per can 50 cents.
Select, extra, per can 05 cents.
Tub oy.ters, per 100 $1 00
Chicago Trout and White.. .11 cts. per lb.
Game, Pan Fish. 10 and 12 cts. per lb.
Of all descriptions constantly on hand.
conlsting of wild turkey, squirrels and
Family groceries very cheap lor cash.
'I K AXnCOI I KK
Madu a spec-ally. Give us a trial,
Cheaper than the cheapest.
12.3-lf, Wm. Wix riiii, Jit., A Co.
I'or llio Weekly niilli-llii.
Persons wishing advertisements or lo
cal notices Inserted In thu Weekly Biii.i.k
ti.v, should,' hand In Ihe copy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
(JoiiKrvaaloiml Alii Rerommetiiit-il bjr
n hi, i,vhii i-nfier
The St. Louis Republican, of yesterday
lias the following lu Its cdtorlal columns
"cairo is rAnnr.n.
Some time lu October last, tbn MUsU
slppl river began cutting into tho Illinois
ciiorc two ortnree miles iiimvu uairo.nnil
the process has continued until tho city is
threatened wlto serious danger. The au
thorities cither could not or would not do
anything to arrest the ravages of the river,
in n time wnen a nine mnor, promptly
applied, might have proved cirectii.il; nnd
now, the abrasion has gone so far that It
i.i omy aooui a quarter ol a mile across
the narrow neck from river to rlv-rnml
this distance being gradually diminished,
sfsilppl against the sott alluvion. It is
i ine unoosirucieu nrcuuru in run mic
leareii mat ir some nronip action be not
taken, tho Mississippi will cat Its way to
tho Ohio, making an Island of Cairo, and
that this Island will, then, be gradually
washed awav. Homo of tho railroads tint
enter the cltv are bavin" trouble, alread v.
with their approaches, nnd tho other aro
threatened. The dlllicultv Is too irrent for
the town authorities, with their limited
resources, to meet, and they have de
termined to call on concress to save their
city, Dy onuuing a tiyue to reclaim tne
area uiai nas ncen lost, ami protect tne
shore Iron) abrasion. The estimated cost
of the work is $150,000. General Simp'
son has recently visited tho scene and
made an Informal examination ol It,
though he has no authority to begin any
work for tho protection of the cltv. If
Cairo I to be saved, thu Illinois members
oi congress win have to ask tne govern
ment to do if
C.uiio, III., Monday Evkni.no, 1
January 10, IS70.
s was anticipated by the weather
prophets hereabout, the beautiful weather
that has been upon us tor the past week,
came to a very sudden cndonSunday. It
began raining about ten o'clock, aud kept
it up until noon, when Ihe wind began
blow lug a perfect gale, and the atmos
phere became cool. At night it got v cry-
cold, and by morning the streets were
frozen tight. It remained cold all day
yesterday, with Indications of warmer
The market In all Its brandies is very
quiet. The flour trade has been light,
and the sales have been small. Hay Is
dull, and transactions have been limited.
Com is dull. 'Hie supply of oats, though
ti'it large, Is equal to the demand. Mval
and bran are unusually quiet. There Is
a good demand for choice parked butter,
at from iHc; strictly choice Northern
is also scarce, and win bring 25c. The
market is overstocked with eggs, and
they are selling for 15c.
iMrOur lrieuds should bear In mind
that the prices here given are usually lor
ales from drat hands in round lot. In
tilling orders aud for broken lots It Is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
Dull and very little doing, aud there is
but a light dimiand. Sales reported were
100 barrels various grades, $4 25 ;
400 barrels various grades, $1(3,0 "5
475 barrels various grades, $4 257 50 ;
100 barrels. SO; 250 barrels various
grades, on orders, S3 5007.
The stock of common hay on hand Is
still large. Transactions have been small.
Sales reported were 1 car choice Timothy,
$10; lcar Timothy, $15; 2 cars mixed,
$12 ; .10 bales over ripe Tiinoth v, $10.
Corn Is very quiet and dull. There has
been scarcely anything done since our
last report, and there Is but little inquiry
for it except at the mills, where u few
cars of white are wanted. Sales noted
were. 1 car choice white in sacks, 47c.
Oats are dull, and tho supply Is fully
equal to tho demand. Sales were 100
SAcks choice, 4043c; 1 car choice
Northern mixed, 43o; 50 sacks black seed
oats, SO cents per bushel; 1 car In .sacks
delivered, 30c; 1 car Southeau Illinois in
sacks delivered, 30c.
There is no demand for meal, as noth
ing of any consequence lias been done.
The only sales reported were 100 barrels,
$2 00 ; 100 barrels Green meul, $2 00.
Bran Is very dull, and there Is no de
mand w hatevcr for It. Thu only sale re
ported was 6'j sacks on orders, $17 00.
There is a good demand lor choice
packed, and It will bring 20(27 cents.
Strictly choice Northern is al.-o scrace,
aud will sell at 25u. Thuru is a big stock
of medium to good. Sales noted siuco
last issuo have bvcii 500 pounds roll me
dium to choice, 1502 lu ; 50 pounds, lic;
4 packages medium, 20c; 500 pounds
Northern roll mouldy, Ji'20o ; 200
pouuds choice Northern roll, 2lu; W
buckets Southern Illinois, 2(.':ic; 10
tubs Northern, 26&30.
Thu market Is overstocked with eggs,
aud they havu been selling for 15 to 17c.
Wc note tho sale ot 3 easts, 15a ; 80
du.cu, 15c; 3 boxes, 15s; 00 dosn, 15c ;
500 dozen, 15o;500do.cu, 17c.
There is an active demand I'or poultry.
Old hens will liud sale at $3 2(3 50,
and mixed chickens will sell at Irom $2-
503 OOperdo.eu. Dresed turkeys will
sell for from 12 to 15c; dressed gce-u at
from $1 505 50 per dozen, and dressed
ducks at $2 503 00. Wu notu thu sale
ol 100 pounds dressed turkeys at 13u ; 1
box dressed, 12Jo ; 1 coop of hens, nt
'I hern arc no thoico apples lu market,
and there is a good demand fur them at
$1(3)3. Sales noted since last report were
25 bills fair, $2 S04 ; 30 hbla medium
to good Wlnesaps. $22,iO; 10 bbls,
$1 75; 20 bbls Bomanitcs,$2 25; 10 bbls
Wlnesaps, $1 60(J;i; 10 bbls Ben Dayls,
Tho demand for potatoes of all varie
ties U increasing, Wu notu the sale of
200 bushels Peach Blows, 50 cents per
bushel; 20 bbls Early Bo-e, $1 75; 10
bbls Peach Blows, $1 75.
Onions are looking up a little, but
thero are plenty In store here. We note
the sale nf25 bbls, $2 25 ; :N0 budie!
i Jrcsscu meats are scarce, and there I
some Inquiry for them, the weather hav
ing become more favorable. Hogs lu
goon coniiition will bring 7 cents. Beef
in good condition will bring from 4 to
cents. Nd sales were reported.
Provisions nre quiet. Mess pork Is sel
ling at $20 5021. No sales were re
Wc note thu sale ol 10 barrels, SI2&13
Hides are dull, but' thcru is n fair de
mand for furs, at quotations :
lIlliUS I)rv II lit. lftmUe. ilrv ,ll,l
imi.i .. iAAV "v """-"i
a .n:i. ' w ' "i"i
iiuiii-ci uri'ru .iiiui'ti. iiftfjiin iimintr...!
H'lts Me quote
Skunk Black. m-QM ; hairstrhed,50r5)
COo; narrow, 35c; kittens. 15c. Opos-
sum tmc. Heaver $1 502. Musk-
SN'?.,.ll5,,Jv;N?. ws ?-.3.;
Dtkii Ski.ns-Ojio'o: Whiter, 2.!itc;
A Ret olillloii.
The Bevo'titlon as a base burning
dove for bituminous coal, iicctls no puff
ing from thcsitbscribersind it never putl
-moke) Itself, tor durability, economy
Hid beauty it cannot be excelled. Call at
my store whero I have one iu constant
use nud 1 shall bu happy to explain It-
good working qualities, aud I will alio
aku plcasutu iu referring to many par
ties who have it iu use, and who pro
nounce It superior to any stocthrv hatu
ever used. C.W, Hkmi;um
171 Commercial avenue, Cairo III.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second nud Twenty-third
Tenement!! Nos. 2, 3 and I, on Sev
enth street, west of Wuluut.
Store-room corner Twentieth aud
Business house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Stilwell. .
Business house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by (.'rosy, Cole
man ii Co.
Winter's Block- suitable Tor Hotel
Olllccs or Bunlncss rooms cheap.
Teueni'-uts numbered 4, 7, 8 and t, lu
Winter's Bow, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
Xo. 10 (corner), $12 507 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms $10 a month.
store room lu "Pilot House," lately
occupied Wy A. llulley.
A good farm with good turn ses, oppo
sue i-airo naws farm cheap.
A small House west of Twenty'
second strcct.near Pine, $1 per month.
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
nliiut, 0 rooms.
Slorn room on Levee, nbovo Eighth
street $20 per month.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
i pper noor oi nncK nuiiuing on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street.
rrv ucmi .line.
Booms lu various parLs ol the city.
FOB LEASE Oft SALE.
Lands, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
KnKnireinent ut the ilUtliigulaluil Artt't', lli
JENNIE -MINNIE MAUD
Niipimrlni by their Sii)f rb Coini-ny
'J.V'AKTIN'1'M I URAXn ORCIIMl HA I
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12th.
TlieCiruud ltuinantlc Urnint
Ilf THE TOILS.
Wiillrn irnly fiirMlm .Ifnnii', by Funk
Mhhiiii, hii, Cr-Rlor in uilllrn lniiniir
"li, ur Point I.ynile l.lnhll" "Mil
Mlto, I.lllle IlrlKlit Kye-."
THURSDAY, JANUARY I3th,
The Wullrtcc SltfMXT York Sucrrn
UPS AND DOWNS OI CITY L1FR
CTTlnynt Km nlitht. nl
i . to croivimi nouir.
tVPrk-M of uIiiiU1oii7.V aiidiVintiits. Up.
oi rtnl rcatn ivllhutit vxtia rhiirK,Kt llnrlrojn'n.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Rooting and Quttoring a Spooialty.
Sluto Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southorn
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stove
JosTalac Vroytlr Vo.
milKliair nl" olirtuk liou. omtalnliiB four
4. rooiiH, coruir Hmmlli -ii" i '".?'""
r fits m eqitoie : weern-Ol(er, No.
1. SOftf 50 ; No 2, $3 50': No. 3, $1
1 50; No. 4, 25c. Mlnk-Xo. l.'$lg
1 25; No 2, 50G,75c; No. 3, 25c; No. X
10c. Baccoon No. 1, 00g,05c ; Xo. 2.
40c; No. 3.20c ; No. 4, 8c. Fox-Grav,
No. 1 cased, $1 ; No. 1 oicii, 75u; No. 2.
5tyj! Sii. :i. ? U. .i in,.. i..i
.No. 1 cased. Si 50: No. I nt.on -ii -.
JOHN B. PHILLU
(Snccrsion lo John U. I'hlllli)
Ami Dcatrrt In
HAY, OOHM, OATS, VLOTJB,
mix, vtuK, ,M
Aff.aU for LATUM kjun NVIQ c
Cora Tsatk Itrast aa
No -i Olil,
K. J, Ayrri.
. D. A jim.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Forelsn and Semsstle Fralta sad Nst
lit COMmtKGIaL ATEHtJE.
O. N. HUGHES.
NO.VK but Flrat-CUu
ESTANLISgED 18ft 8.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City NsUonsl Baak Boildlag, np-iUln.
Tha Oldest Establish. Amwr ifi stout
arn Illinois, rspr ssiwrg &tni
865 OOO OOO
PAINT AND OILN.
B. F. PASJLEK,
c?aint8, Oils, Varniihef,
irVall Paper, Window Olaia, Win
dow Shades, ito.
pVli'sys vii liniid, the cvlturstrd IllumlasUaf
Oorner Elsvanth Street and WathtBr
I LI. t AM R. SMITH, X. D.
IIK,IIIKNCK: No. 21 Hilrlr-nlh Htcrt, be'
OFFICE: North il'le of Klithth itrwt be
lirun Cnmm.rrlil nj W.hinftonYuu.
W. DtJMNIKS, X. D.
H:3Ilir.Nrr,: tnr MntH n. Wiltm
OFFICE: Crnfi tilth .rtt (HOslaTJfe
OFFICf llOttnS; FmmHs.rs. lira .us
mm j to 2 1' in
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a, o. "cxtia,
BINDEU ANU BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Biilldlnir. Cor. Twtlflk Street
CrCoimty nnil lUllrued Work a BptcJslrT.
FOlt toe speidyeafear.ti
lilUakaad ud aU
on by indUtrftioas
has tat iuriidMBtav