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AAUAI.ON LODOK, NO. M.
if.l.hlinM'lrtlilM. fnrrtx every Fri
ll nlctit t ludf-paat Mmn. Ill Odd-
V.(,.V 1U1I. HOW.
At.KXANtlRK I.ODUK. NO. 224.
L Intinnont Order or odd-rri-t
low, meet ror TbnrwUy nlnt
?oaUMrclJ avenue, twtwrra eixtn nJ Hrtetitlt
t iimir-trtui Mrrn. iu meir 1111 on
mill .im. Liit, .1, ii
I Ainu F.NI.AMrjIET, I O. O. F.,ruit
Oln U.UI- llonn' Hall on 11 Ural and third
riiMJat lu tier 7 raonui, m nair-paM acrrn.
J .to, II. OomMAtt, u. I'
C'AIKOI.OrKK.NO.Zn.A.r. A A. M.
tW "solar communication In Ma
oulc llaTl, oorncr Commercial uTraiit
i " ' juel l.lKhlh atrart, on Itir aeoond aiid
Fllty cent., t Winter's Onllerv.
For Mle A $12 60 order on city of
Ctrboudftlc. Enquire at Hvlletix olficc.
l-24.tr K, A. Uvnsr.tr.
c hare four tloieu Imitation Kbony
sprague Can-Openers, taken for adver-
tlalng, which we will sill at two dollar
per dozen, inquire at IluUelln oOlce.
Moreeet Unravel florae 1
I hae Juu received a lot ot work
horse which 1 will Ulapose of at public
tie very low. Dan Haiitman.
Corner Sixth nnd Commercial avenue.
Cholco Mlunwota potatoei at CO cents
per buhcl; and a large supply
ot freMi groccrlea always on hand
it low price. Choice butter a specialty
12-30.tr I.. H. MvKiss
I wish lo Inform the citizens of Cairo
that I keep on hand a larjre supply of
coal or dim-rent kind, which I will Mil
a follows, delivered In any part of the
city: $2 .V)to$l per ton, cah, and full
weight gunruutrcd. Jamm I'.o-h,
WAR! WAR! WAR!
All 0cr Europe.
Ami all the beer drinker and lunch
raters can yet a bh Kla'H of line beer and
n xood lunch by calling around to Our
Saloon, and all thU for live c nts. Come
eTerybody, and see me.
I-aS-lW. l'lllill lIOKIIKI.Vh.
Wo will pay no bill coutructetl by any
employe or Thk IIuli.ktin, unless the
wine Is rnade on a written order sl'-uwl
by the president or scrretary of.the com
pany, and we will accept no orders jfiven
by an employe of the company, for any
Caiiio Uum.ktin comi'anv.
Novemljer 19, 1S75. tt
satire or strmotal.
C. Koch has removed lili boot and
nhoe shop from the old stand to hU
new brick building (one block Mow
No. 60 Commercial au-mu-, ln;twi-cn
Filth and Sixth Mrecf, where be will
keep the tct home made and St. I.oul
custom made boots and shoes, made of
tti" fKU material ; ynod workuiaiioblp
and In the latest tyl-. All order
promptly attended to. 0-2-Mi.
Wnml ii nil iinl.
On and cttrr thN (Into the prices of
wooil and coal at my yard, adjoining the
Cairo and St. l.ouI Narrow (iaue depot,
will Iks as follow :
Four foot wood per eotd, .1 73 ; four
foot wood ik.t ball cord, $2; four foot
wood, sawed, jt cord, $1 .VI ; four foot
wood, tawed and split, per cord, f.r ; 1I
Muddy coal per single ton, I ; fame per
two tons, $3 "3; same per four toni and
All goods dt llvenil.
1-7-lm Jas. K. I.ani:, I'rop'r.
)l AMQI'SIK AUK II.II.L!
The Delta Clly Cornet Kami will j;lvc a
Grand Masquerade Hall on February
15th, 1676, at the New Turner Hall, cor
ner Tenth street and Washington avenue.
There will be two prlren awarded, a
gold headed cane for the gentleman, and
a fine musical album to the lady for the
best represented character lu attendance,
the decision to be made by disinterested
New eoitumei lrom St. Louis will be
for rent at Phil Saup's 6tore.
lJ-Tlckejs for sale at 1. G. Schuh'e
J. Burger's, K. & W. Uudcr's and Me-
Gauley's drug store, 1-22-td.
STUART & GHOLSON.
Owing to a oontomplatod cliango
in our business, on or about tbo
first of Maroh, wo shall offor from
.his dato our ontiro stook of dry
goods, notions, and shoos nt first
cost This is a raro opportunity
for thoBowho desiro buying frosh
and scaaonablo goods at lower
priocs than thoy have ovor boon
offered for. Como early and avoid
tbo rush. From this date no goods
will bo sold oxcopt for cash.
Friends willpleaso make a noto of
this. STUABT As GHOLSON.
GAME DKPOT '.
Wo w ill sell, hereafter, our goods at
the following prices, and solicit the pat
ronage of Uie public:
Family brands, per can 35 rents.
Standards, per eau 45 cents.
Select, per can 50 cents.
Select, extra, per can 55 cents.
Tub oysters, per 100 $1 00
Chicago Trout and White.. .11 cts. per lb.
Game, Pan Fish 10 and 12 cts. per lb.
nrii .i.....tK.i .... i.. i... ...i
vr mi. umw iiuuiib i;uiiaiiijjr uii iiuiiu.
consisting of wild turkey, squirrels ana
Family groceries very cheap lor cash.
i TEA AND COrrtK
Made a specalty. Give us a trial.
mcats, - -
Cheopcr than poUy
!2J.lf. W M. WlNTlBi Co.
BtATKM er ADVr.KMNIXM.
0A1I Mill for admitting, rc due and pay
Transient adrirthdag will hc(nieitd t tti
rata of SI (0 ptriqiuir forlLo flnt liu.illon
end W nu fttt mcIi aulrtNiuent ouo, A II Ural
dlKeuat will be made cnatenJIng aadilljplar
Church, HodMjr, lYAtlral and Sujjptr holler.!
will only b Inarrttd m kdrertlteuitnLi
For linertln Funeral notice 1 CO. Notice of
tan-Hag of of letle or aecirt rdcri SO cnli for
No adrrrtlteintnt will be rrcelred at Imi liiau
Xrfttal limine 2f otloea. of
tan tins or mora, lnaenea
in tna Bnuiun aa rouowa !
One Insertion our llna .......... ft Cant
Twaineertlonaper Una..... 7 Oentai
Tnree lnaertlone per line.-, ......10 Conta
Six Inaartion per llna .16 Oenta,
Two weeks par line 126 Conta,
On month Dir line ......36 Cnta.
No Reduction vill be made In above
FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1870.
luteal Wratber Mep'irt.
Caiho lLL.,:Jn 27, im
lliit. Tim I Wiw VtL. Weatm
SU i I sw 12 St lta
ci bti ut I i; in m iuiu
'.I.!;'.! 17 i I (; to M.llitln
n mi mi n i !-t luin
7 a. in
fc'ergfnt. hlifniil Scnlrc, VS. 8 A.
There 'will be a grand bill at Tur
ncrs' hall Monday night, February "III,
1)70, ror the Ijenefltof the German school.
-Tickets ror the party for sale by Mrs.
Win. Winter, Mrs. Dr. Smith, Mrs. Wood
Rittrnhoutc and Mrs. K. C. Goss.
l.adle?, remember to send your do
nations, ror the I.cap-Ycar party, by -I
o'clock tc-day, to the vacan room lu Dr.
Wardner's building, second floor.
Mr. Ward, an old coal dealer, has es
tablished a new coal olllce. and Invites
the patronage of all his old friend; and
everybody clo to give him a trial llg-
lues are low and terms cab. See Notice.
Those who expect to attend the Cen
tennial party to-night will meet lu the
rooms of the Taylor Literary Socltey In
Dr. Wardner's building, at 8 o'clock, the
ladle will then e-tcort their gentlemen to
the St. Charles.
A statement made In yesterday
morning's Uullktix is corrected by a
lady. We said no gentleman had retuted
tn invitation to the Leap-Year party. It
seems we were inhtaken, ami that "one
or the most popular gentlemen In the
city did refuse an Invitation."
All the preparations ror (he party at
the St. Charles to-night arc completed,
and a good time is expected, ladies and
gentlemen in full evening dres, and the
members or the sitoclutlen In Martha
Washington coMtnnc, will prosi-nt a
plea-lug right. l-2vlt
It. Smyth & Co. have iuut received a
large supply ot Spencer, McKay & Co.'n
celebrated Pitt'biirg stock ale, which
may he found on draught or lor sale by
the half-barrel at their store on Ohio
levee. For lamlly use this ale has no
superior, as It may be kept on hand for
six months without souring. 1-2 H w
On Friday evening, a double stran
gold neck-chain, with clnsp broken oil'.
The Under, who showed the rhain at Ta-
ber's Jewelry store on Saturday, will
please return it to Tat Fitzgerald, corner
of Fourteenth street and Commurclnl av
enue, who will pay n suitable reward for
Mr. Hartwcll, prosecuting nttouiey
for Williamson county, Is In the city and
assisting the prosecution In the CraluJ
Hon. James M. Washburn or Cartor-
vllle, Williamson county ; nnd Dr. II. 13.
Fi-rrell of Marlon, are lu the city, and
were both In attendance at circuit court
The Tobnreo Rale ToDa".
The regular weekly sale of tobacco at
the Planter's warehouse will take place
to-day (Friday). There will bo between
twenly-llve and thirty-live hogshead'
placed on the breakes, and as some of It
Is of the vcrj best quality of tobacco. It Is
expected that there will bu some lively
bidding. The sale will take pi tec at the
usual hour this morning, and It is hoped
there will be a large attendance. '
The Tobacco Null) Tii-Diij'.
It -liould bo born in mind that the
regular weekly salo or tobacco at the
Planter's warehouse, Truth street,
Messrs. Straughn, lllnkle & Co., propri
etors, will take place this marnliig.
About twenty-llvo hogsheads will bo of
fered, among It some excellent qualities
ortobacco. It is hoped there will bu a
largo attendance. Let everybody who
cau, be present.
To the Patient Public and my Nor-
I havo Just received a fresh supply or
the most desirable delicacies, such as
Caviar, Lamprey, (Neunaugeu) Sour
Eel, genuine Swiss cheese, genuine Llm
burger, and many other Leap Year
dishes too numerous to mention.
Govnmands, come nnd sec, taste, eat and
be happy ut thoThallmi saloon or A.
Jacckle, opposite the Hullktin ofllee.
He also has on hand a fresh supply of
the celebrated Pilsonor beer.
New Coal Ottttr. .
F. M. Ward has opened n coal onke on
south sldo of Eighth street, lictwcen
Commercial and Washington avenues, In
Sargent's shoo store. He will sell Ilar
risburg coal delivered In any part of tho
city at $3 25 per single ton, or $3 per
ton In four-ton lots ; Uig Muddy coal at
$1 per single ton, or $7.50 for two tons,
all delivered. These are rock bottom
price, and mean eaih and cash only.
oairra nutl I'Uli,
Fresh lake lUh from Chicago hat Jut
been received at tilo old reliable oyster
and game depot of Wnl. Winter, Jr., on
Commercial avenue, between Seventh
nnd Eighth streets, nnd will he sold nt
reasonable rates. Selected oysters in
bulk at in cts per quart, also having
large slock or fresh can oysters on hand
he will dl?pmi; of the medium brand ut
two cans for llfty cents or four for one
dollar, so cat oytcn all yo hungry
oyster raters. 1-23-lt.
Ttie.fotr l.eser, Afalu.
Owing lo tho weather very little work
has been done on the new levee this
week. The ground Is covered with
water, and It would be uieless nnd ex
travagant to attempt to do anything at
present, hence work has Win suspended
tor the present. The embinkment, how.
ever, solar as It goes, Is lu excellent con-
ditlon, and though ho further work
should be dune on It, would, in the
opinion ol thebi'3t ported lu uch mat
ters, prou ot the city ugalust nlmost any
stage of wuter that is lllo-ly to come out
t'uterffl Willi iVittrr.
The street closing iu the vicinity or
tliu Thirteenth street tclioul linti-e nre
covered with water to snrh an exti-nl ms
to rendrr them hiipa-plble fiir p d !
Ulan. This Is very Inconvenient lor
pcrtoti, and e.-peelally clitMivii living
south ol Walnut and ubuvt- E eVenMi
street, as they iiru coiii llnl to go all the
way to Washington iivenue In order lo
reach the Thirteenth ctreel rclionl. The
crowing at Walnut mid Sixtliteeuth
streets, niiir ihe volond school huu'i1, Is
In the fame condition. The l.iil 15111115
might bo put to good u-i in riini'dving
tin) matter. A lew pl.inki M leni-lh-
wKc across the ero.lng would answer
The monotony ol our police courts
Just now Is dlitres.-lng. Judge Bro., In
the alienee orother business, divides hi
time between reading his law books and
the Odd-Fellow's Digest, which he
seems to bo digesting pretty thoroughly.
Judge IJIrd plays che, and It tnkes a
wlde-awako player to beat him.
Robert O. Uiboru was the only victim I
to bo loiitnl yesterday. Osborn was
drunk nnd unable to take care ot blm-
selt. Tho ixillce volunteered to take
careofhhn, and Judge Bird provided
nim board and lodging for a period of
three days, which Is considered just about
time enough to "sober oil"' iu. Dan
McCarthy will attend Oborn's wants.
A o. 1 I.aauUry,
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundre's, No. 12 Fourth street, lie
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the :lty, and land
lords of hotels nnd boarding houses will
llnd It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her price- are a- lollows: Itytel
and boarding-house washing 7." cents
per dozen. For piece woi k prices are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 10c; per
dnon, b(a cook, 3o two collorn Ou,
two haudkcrchlefs, 3e; vests, 20e; nnd
all gentlemen's wear, 50c. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, We; adlco
dresses with extra tihming. 50c; white
dre-ses, SI 25e ; ladles' undcrware, line
and coarse. SI 00 per dozen. l-21-l I.
fur HnnMia nml Colorado.
TI10 AtcliUon, Tobeia and Santa l"e
railroad from Kansas City and Atchison
on tho Missouri river, via Topeka, the
eapltol ot Kane.is, and tho beautiful Ar
kansas valley to the Rocky Mountains.
The shortest nutc to Pucbelo the Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs. Maiiltou,
Pikes Speak, and all places of note in the
mountain regions. The favorite loute
to Denver ami all points lu Northern
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, New Mi-xlro and Arizona. The
only direct route to the famous Snn
Juan mines. The track and equipment
is unequaled, trains run through from
the Missouri river to the Rocky Moun
tain, making connections In Union de
pots and avoiding delays and trans
fers. For lull descriptive circulars
inopj, time tablet, eto., address
T. J. Asdehso.v.
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Topeka. Ivan.
The track of the Cairo and St. Louis
railroad at Unity, lu this county, was a
toot or more under water yesterday, and
trains were compelled to lay by. The
10:40 a.m. train out from this city laid at
Unity until the down train from St. Louis
arrived, when the passengers and bag
gage, freight, etc,, was transferred, and
lltu train returned to Cairo.
The Mississippi Central Is experienc
ing mow trouble with the bank- In the vi
cinity orForl Jefleroou, ihe laud slides be
ing sullleleiit to cover the track In sev
eral places. There wai a rorco of men
at work yesterday clearing tho track, and
thu passenger train was delayed several
The Cairo, Arkansas and Texas road
Is also In trouble on account of high
wnter. and trains were delayed consider
The Illinois Central and tho Cairo and
Yiueeniies roads are all O. K., and trains
arrive and deport on time.
Wuutcd A Deutlol.
Dr. Jennelle 111 a card published 1m thu
Sun of last evening, says : "Tho dental
olUcu formerly occupied by Dr. Williams,
deceased, will not bo for sate on the 1st
of March, as was noticed iu tho IIullu
11s of Tuesday morning last, but a few
things left by him lu thu olllce will bo
turned over to the heirs or said "Wil
liams" on the above mentioned date."
The Itui.i.ETi.v did not Intend to say
tho "olllce" of thu lato Dr. Williams
would be for sale on tho first day of
March. What we meant to say was,
(hat the outilt left by the Doctor (and
there Is not a more complete or valunblo
outfit lu Southern Illinois) would, we
thought, be for sale,, at that
time, no itouut ur. Jcnneiio noids t
lease on tho ofllee ho occupies, and we
hope lie will continue to practice Ids pro
fesslon here. All wo said was that Dr.
Williams' cfrtcti would be for nc on
the 1st of Match, ami that we hoped to
tco an entcrpnung.wide.awake, go-ahead
dentist purch.vo them and establish him
self In this cltf. Cairo has more work
than one dentht can poslbly attend to,
and enough td"PPort two handsomely ;
and wo hope tie time will soon come
wheuadentlstsuchas we have spoken
of will settle ijwn among u.
Thue Held lo liall.
According Jt previous arrangements
Louis D. Thons was ucrow Commission
er Candcc yeserday morning for a pre
liminary htarlig. Mr. A. II. Cole, com
plainant, his fittorneys, Messrs. Green A
Gilbert, and Uu, John M. Lansden for
the accused, Vcre present. Judge Mul-
ley having tabu 111 the night previous.
could not bu Qnseiit. A large number of
witnesses, amoig them O. D. Williamson,
Hiram Williamson, O. II. Grrely, C. O.
Patler, John Clancey, and others were
also In atlendaice. When all was ready,
Mr. Lansden, a'tomey for Mr. Thorns.
announced (hat owing to the Inability ol
Judge Mulkey to be present the accused
bad resolved to waive an examina
tion, and a-ked that the amount ot ball
to be given be llxol at reasonable figures.
Com mission, r I'anCee ald that as there
Was three c,ie aijsliit Mr. Tuoini he
would hold him l"r Msappesranceal the
next term of the Uf.lied States District
Courl In the sum ot tvo thousand dol
lars hi eaeli case, or six thousand dollars
11 all. Mr. L:iudt-n thought six lii.u -
sand excessive, uud endeavored to haw
the total amount reduce! to three thou
sand dollars. Tho attorneys for tho oilier
tMr ihotight six thousand dollars not too
much, and said they would bo satlsilid I
Willi that amount, provided the bond
given was a good one, and bail was fixed
at thai amount.
All (lirmilr DlMiim it Cured
nv mi. iu;li7.
He Is located In Cslro, Illinois, and Is
still calling on you to bo healed. Why
will you die ot old chronic diseases, when
you can be cured with so little cot or
money. Do not give It up yet, for there
Is still a balm in UllcurJ, Cairo Is the
place to come to lie ctu.4 0r aj vor
ache and pains.
1 am now prepared at my oitieo to ulvo
uuMticiited baths, and persons wishing to
receive tucb. will call at my olllce on
Eighth street. No. i!2, from the hours ol
2 p.m. till 0 p.m. Also plane baths, hot
baths, warm baths, cold baths, or vapor
oain. Also persons having the con
sumption or weak lungs, and wishing to
receive medicines by Inhalation, can re
celve the treatment at my ofllee, this be
ing tho only true way of getting medi
cine direct to the lungs. Also I treat dis
eases of the eyes or years standing, and
the blliid has been made to sec by my
treatment. All diseases of tho skin I
cure. Fistula cured by me without the
use of the knire. If you have a cancer
come and be cured. All private disease,
lu tho shortest time, cured by me. Iu
short, for all chronic diseases of the hu
man system, go to Dr. Hultz ir you wish
to lie cured. 1 compound and prepare nil
in inuuiciueA t.s uiy omce. it is said
that practice makes perfect, I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letter and communications shall
bu contUlcntial nnd promptly attended to
by me. Direct, Dm Hum,
No. 22 Eighth street, Cairo, Illinois.
A 1'nll Jury lu the t'rnlii Trlnl Kx.
ainliiHIlou o Wltneee to Ileal 11
The rase ot the People, etc. vs. Win.
Japer Craln and Win. J. Craln, for the
murder of Win. Speuce In Williamson
county, was continued In the circuit
court yesterday. Counsel lor deteiiso
was allowed until half-past 1 o'clock
yesterday In the nttcrnoon for
consultation. On assembling of
court thu counsel lor the defense entewd
a motion lor either a separate trial before
the jury, ora joint trial bclore the court.
which motion was overruled by the
court. The case then went to trial,
Judges Allen and Duff of Carbondale,
and County Attorneys Hartwell of Wil
liamson and W. U. Mulkey or Alexander
county, appearing for thu peoplo ; and
Messrs. Llnegar, Clemens and Calvert lor
At the adjournment ot court on
Wednesday evening, but tlve Jurors had
been obtained, and all day yesterday to
the lulJuurunu'Ut ot court last evening
was taken up In selecting the additional
The jury Is composed ol the following
named persons :
S. P. llcuuctt, accountant ;
John McEwrn, plusterer;
Phil. A. Saiip, conlectloucr ;
W. L. Bristol, grocer ;
M. M. Yourd, painter;
Ueiil. Southard, ;
W, J. Finch, school teacher;
H.izard Martin, no trade ;
O. A. Osborn, cooper;
John i'ruess, lnriiessiuuker;
Jo-epli Rider, accountant ;
W. A. Cundiir, clerl.
Eleven members ot tho jury aro resi
dents of the city of Cairo, while Mr.
Finch the twelfth, Ux resident ol Goose
Tho attorneys will probably occupy
several hours time this morning lu Hut
ng thu ease to the jury, alter which the
witnesses will lie examined. Wo shall
publish the evidence (roin day to-day as
thu trial progresses.
Wood mid C011I.
I ft wood by the cord, S3 75 ; 4 ft
wood by the hair cord, $2 00; 1 ft sawed,
per cord, $ I 50; 4 It wood sawed and
split per cord, $3 00. Coal, per single
ton, 4 00; coal, two tons, $3 75; coal,
I or more tons, $3 30,
1-0-1 m. C. W. Wiuji;Li:i( & Co.
j 01 ice.
Always on hand ut the butcher's uud
Drover's Exchange on Eighth street,
Pilsner's Cincinnati and Ph. Rest's Mil
waukee Beer. Grand lunch every morn
ing nnd evening at 0;:I0 o'clock. Come
one! Come all I Louis Dlattav,
Caiho, Iu..,Tuuhsdat Evi.ning,
January 27, 1870. I
Tho weather since our last report has
been rainy and dlagrecablc, and business
ts t consequence has been rather slack
This evening thero Is prospects Tora clear
The market In most all of its depart
ments Is well stocked. Flour very quiet ;
sales have been limited. There Is niro.
pect, however, that the wet
weather will keen back ililn-
ments for the present, and that
the stocks will becomo reduced, when a
better time Is looked for. There Is still
a great abundance of hay; tho market Is
very dull, and sales have been very Tew.
Corn Is very scarce, and Is In good de
maud at 3840o. The supply ot oats is
equal to the demand. Very little has
been done in them. Meal and bran are
very dull. Strictly choice butler will
sell readily at 2325cts; all qualities
below choice are plenty and dull. There
Is a considerable quantity of musty on
the market that Is unsalabp.at any price,
and will have to be sold for grease. Fresh
eggs arc selling at 14(ajl5r, with n supply
arriving equal to all want, and leaving
the old slock 011 hand unsaleable. There
i a go'id demand for poultry of nil kinds ;
all arrbxls arc taken at quotatlois
' holci- apples are scarce nnd In demand
at f 45. '1 here Is a large overstock of
'itiiiiioii uud Inferior with no demand
tor them. They nre selling at $1(5)175
per barrel. There has been some inquiry
lor drvscd meats of all kinds since our
last Issue; but the weather Is too soft for
a good trade, and there Is but little do
lug. There has been some Inquiry for
good beans. Provisions nre quiet. Po
tatoes are plenty and dull.
K&Our friends should bear!u mind
that the prices here glrcn arc usually
for sales from ilrst hands In round lots,
fu filling orders and for broken lots It Is
ne:cssary to charge an advance over
these tlgurcs. "Sit
The market Is quiet. Sales reported
were 100 hbls various grades, S4" ; 500
l.bls choice, $0 75; 100 hbls XXX, 55 75;
200 bbls various grades, Sl(&7 ; 50 hbls,
$1 50; 100 bbls various grades, $1 50
0 30; 230 bbls, $4 507 23; 200 bbls
various grades. $3 50g,0 70 ; 100 bbls
XXX.sji 00; 200 bbh various grades.
The hay market Is extremely dull.
There Is a large stock on hand. Sales
were 1 car mixed, $ 10 ; 2 ears choice
mixed hay, $12.
There It very llttte corn lu market, and
there Is a fair demand for It at from 33 to
40c. Sales reported were 4 ears white on
orders in sacks 10i7c.
Oates aro dull. The supply is limited,
tut equal to all wants. Sales reported
were 1 car white In bulk on track 3'Jo;
1 car Southern Illinois In bulk on track
uiu; 1 car ionnem sacked and deliv
ered 41c; 1 ear mixed Northern, In bulk
tV7o ler white 43c.
Meal Is very quiet and sales are lew and
small. We note the sales of 200 barrels
city steam dried, $2 15; 100 barrels
country steam dried, $2 00.
Hran is very quiet, but tiicru has been
some inquiry for It at $1 4 00. No sales
Strictly choice Is iu demand. All
other kinds are plcuty and dull at quota
tions. Sales eported were 200 lbs coun
try store roll, 15,20c ; 13 pkgs Southern
Illinois 1520c: 10 pkgs Northern 21
25c ; 175 lbs roll 20c ; 400 lbs Northern
Roll, lt24c; 50 lbs Southern Roll,
spoiled, Oe ; 50 lbs Southern Roll spoiled,
l'.'Jc; 150 lbs Northern Packed, 23c; 5
pkgs, 2022e ; 3 pkgs ISc.
Fresh eggs are selling at 11 toJlSc, with
a supply arriving fully equal to the de
maud. Sales noted were 600 doz, 13e.
The stock coming lu Is nil tukeu ut
prices quoted, and there Isafulr dwinaud.
Sales were 125 lbs. dressed turkeys, 12Jc ;
' dozen dressed rldckeiis, $3 23 ; 150
pounds dressed lurkey, 12o; 1 coops
turkeys, $I0)I2; 0 dozen mixed chick
ens, S3 00; 2J dozen old hens, St (X);
4 dozen chickens, $3 50 ; 200 pounds
dressed turkey, He; 10J pounds dressed
turkeys, 10c; 3 coops live turkeys,
Stll J 2 e.tip choice old h?us, S3 50
11. t doe.i ; I coop mixed chickens,
3-3 00; 10 dozen dressed chickens,
The market is full of interior and com
mon apples, uud there Is no demand for
theiu. Choice are sciceand hi good de
mand. S.deo uuted were 12 barrels Wine-
saps, w ; 2. barren wiuesups,
$1 25G2 00 ; 50 barrels, $1($1 50.
There lias been some Inquiry since out
last report for dressed meats of all kinds,
but the weather now Is too; soft, and
there Is but little doing In them. The
only sain noted was 1,000 pounds of pork,
Plenty lu market with a very limited
demand. We noto tho sale of 50 bushel
Peach Illows 65c.
There Is somo Inquiry for beans. We
note the sale of 5 barrels $1 25 per bushel.
Provisions aro quiet at quotation . Wo
note the alc of 2.000 iounilsdry oaltelear
sides, packed and delivered II o; 1,500
pounds dry salt shoulders, packed and
delivered 8Jc; 15 barrels mess pork
f 20 50.
Ohio river salt free on board, $1 M per
barrel ; St. Johns, $1 SO.
Wo quote Puridlsu nnd Mt. Curbou 011
track lump, 3; nut, $2; delivered car
load per toil lump, $3 CO : nut, 92 75 ; de
llveredper single tou lump, SI: nut,
$3 25: Btutn or Harrltburg cotl on track
per car load lump, $27 5 nut, $16; deliv
ered per ton, $3 60; Pittsburg coal per
car load on track, $5 50 per ton t slnale
IHMPs! A VII I'ffifi;
Hides am dull, but there Is a fair do
inuiiuior uirs, nt quotations:
inlU'.'Jr0 ,llMt' 12l"iidry salted,
f prfce ' n'U" 'n "J3 damaged,
, " c Toie : vt estcni otter, no
1, CM 50; No 2, $33 50; No. 3, 13
1 60 ; No. 4, 2flc. Mmk-No. 1, $1
10c. Haccuon-No. 1, OOgC5o; No. 2,
Nfl. 1 mCl'll. V.I Vfi 1 rthnn . V
50C0c; No, 3, 23c; No. 4. 10c; Red
Nn. 1 PilClvt. l VI. Vn I nn l or.
Skunk Black. 80cisi ; half striped. 60
mm, imrruiv, 00c; aniens, 10c. upos-
...... Ort.ll. . I a. r n , . . . ' .
bhiu omdiuc. nearer 91 ountiJ. aillK
.... , , 1 . ,1 . .
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Aiu 4 7arf
Waii UirAkTMUT Rivn RtroKT,
Jn 27 .87.
It. IS. IT. IX.
Cairo . i t X J
Cincinnati V, ,-, XI i
Uuliville 24 . I XI I
NuthTllle .' .'Ii 0 x 8
xt lvin U 9 X '
Mmptils .. ?1 to X 7
Vlck.lniy AC It u 11
.New (Jrlfm .. a s X a
Sergrnnt. SIkiuI f mlct . U. o. A.
Steamer J. W. Mills. Paducah.
" Capitol City, Vlcksburg.
" A. L. No. 1, Ohio.
" Cons Millar. Memphis.
" Kanawha flclle and tow, Ohio.
Steamer J. W. Mills, Paducah.
Capitol City. St. Louis.
" City ol Vlcksburg, St. Louis.
" A. L. No. 1. South.
" Cons Millar, Paducah.
RIVKR. WEATilK.lt AND DU8INKSS.
The Ohio river roe 9 Inches yester
day. Thu weather was rainy and warm.
Business was very quiet.
Tho C. H. Church has concluded to
lay over nt Cincinnati until next week.
The Robert Mitchell left Cincinnati
yesterday for New Orleans.
The U. P. Schenck, from New Or
leans to Cincinnati, I due here.
The Future City and bargf'S arc duo
up lor St. louis trom -cw uricans.
The Jim Howard will leave St. Louis
for New Orleans to-morrow.
The Hornet No. 2, left Pittsburg on.
Wednesday with 80,000 buhels of coke
and 72,1)00 bushels of coal.
The Andy Uaum, Captain Vinton,
left Cincinnati Wednesday night ror Mem
phi. The Charles Morgan leaves Cincin
nati on to-morrow evcnlcgMbr New Or
leans. Tho Tom Sherelock will start from
Cincinnati on her Mardl Gru excursion
trip, 011 nuiumay, tue nun ur february.
The City of Vlcksburg will be out
from St. Louis to-morrow, for Vlcks
The Grand Tower and City of Hel
ena had not arrived from St. Louis at C
o'clock last night.
Tho J. W. Mills, from Paducah, had
a fair trip. She leaves again this even
ing, for that port, at 5 o'clock.
Tho Kanawha Belle and tow came lu
from the Ohio at 4 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon. -And now the Thompson Dean nnd
John A. Maud are having a tussle 111 thu
Southern cotton trade.
Tho 11. 8. Turner left Cincinnati with
200 tons ireiglit and 15 passengers in the
cabin. She expects lo till out before
reaching this port.
A tow crntt sailing under the name
of A. L. No. 1, came In from above yes
terday morning early, nnd went on
The Cherokeo resblpped ner engage
ments on the Robert Mitchell, and will
lay up nt Cincinnati until next week,
when she will again enter the ring for
The Caron let has. been raised with
out so great a loss to the owners a was
Ilrst supposed her mlstortuiie would cost
them, tor which they are no doubt duly
-The Capitol City, from Vlcksburg
for St. Louis, arrived at 3 o'clock yester
day morning. She put oil 752 bales cot
ton ror tho hast, got 23 tons here, and
went on to St. Louis.
The Cons Millar, from Memphis lor
Cincinnati, arrived with a modirato trip.
Site had 103 bales of cotton, among her
other Items ot cargo, for Cincinnati, ad
ded 70 bales here for the same port, nnd
went on her way.
-A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) finish,
valued at $85. Will be sold nt ?20 dis
count, on good terni9, nnd ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
city of Cairo at ?2 50 each (halt price.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma-
chine valued nt $76. Will be sold at $15
discount, and ordered direct from the
A fro Remington Hewing Machine
$30 oft for cash. Suitable for tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.".
-A stylo "E," "Clough, Warren it
Co,V Parlor Organ, right from the rac
tory nt Detroit. List price, $300. Will
he sold lot $200.
1000 sheets of brlstol board Just re
ceived at the BtauiTis olllce, and lor
sale to the trade.
viy vi i
colored and varnished, for, tale tt hall
price ($2.50) at the BullktiX ofllee.
-30,000 iiote heads, ,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter head, JO rcanu statements,
tO reams blllhetda-iCtrUsle paper-Just
received and for, the Bjutwri
For any of the above article?,' apply a
he Utittr.TW offlec. E. A. Dpmtt
Real Estate Column
t .0 ., 1 BALJC,
'-0li: 1,k0' cltsOu Ohio levee,
above Twelfth strret, outside Ore limits!
Price $1,250; $600 cash, nnd balance In
one year, without Interest.
Uood dwelling house'dn Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second antl'Twentr-thlrd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Ilusllif.ni house on i.ovvn lnl
cupled by Cunningham A Sttlwell.
winter' Blodc--suitable for Hotel
Offices or Business rooms cheap.
iv.7Tcem,nU m,mhercd4, 8 and 9, In
Inter s Row, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
-No. 10 (comer), $12 60-7.rooms.
Cottago on Sixth strrr. mr w..h.
Ington avenue 4 rooms-$lo a month.
-atoro room in "p lot nou. ut.w
occupied br A. Halley.
n. goou lann witngood bouses, oppo
site Cairo Haws farm cheap.
A small House west of TwMc.
second strcct.near Pine, S4 per month.
tv , . !!,nS n0,we 0,1 Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms.
Store room on Levee, shnvn Klahil.
street $20 per month.
Dwclllnir house nn SIvlh mtmt an.t
Rooms In various parts of the city.
FOR LUASE OR SALE.
-Land, la trteU to suit, near Cairo.
Half dime, half dime, eltrnr. ttivnnn
filler, at Cowperlhwalte A' Phillip's.
ror the Weekly Unllrlln.
Persons wlshlmr ndverttsementa nr in
cal notices Inserted In the Weekly Bcllk
Tin. tlinlllll hllllll In Itin Knur h T.i..
day noon, of each week.
ttverybody to knoss tbat the plsce to get
A snioolli aliKve,
A good shampoo,
A fashionable hair-cut,
Or anything la tbat line,
Is at the (I It AM) C'RNTRAr. JtAHOKR.
'Uoi't corner Eighth and Commercial.
9-s-tf J, ukoiiub Stkinhousb.
CHARTERED MAROH 21, ISIS'
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. HAFFORU, l'reMnt.
S.S. TAYI.OIt, Vice Frrildtat.
W. 11Y8I.01', tkc'randTrtasoitt.
I'.W. Barclay, Coas. Oaucubs,
r. SI .srocxr Liru, Pavl O. Scava,
It. II. CCXMKUIIAX. II. L. IlAJXtSAT,
J M. l'mmrs. 4
IS1K11KST paid on dctxxlu at the rate of alx
lrctnt. iicraunum. March lat and Septcm
Iwr lat. InUmt not withdrawn Is added Immw
Jltlely to the principal of the drpoaiu, thrrehr
Klrlnit thrni (-.impound Intereat.
Marrlod Women and Children may
Sopoait Money and no oa
elso can draw it.
Optn trcry biulneasday rromlVt.ro. to S p.m.
t ! !atiinUy eveninji for savings dapoalu only
romQ to 8 o'clock
W. HYSTJP. Treaanarer.
City National Bank
OAXITAXt - - $100,000
UENKY h UAIXIOAY, VloePieM,
A. II H.VFFOKD, Caablcr.
WAI.Tr.n uvaLUI'. Aaa'tCaahfar. '
A. flrAATi Tayloi, u. UCcxrteu,
II, h. 1UU.IDAV, W. P.UAIXIDAT.
U. V. Wiu.iamo. Snrinut Biao, -A
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Bold.
DEPOSITS rtctlvfd and a gtaeral baaklag
F. Broii. rretldrnt II Weill. Cualtr
t. Ncft Vlcerrae't. T. J. Krrth, Aaat. Caih'r
mhie wm m,
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street,
F. Ilroaa. Cairo. Wro. Klime, Cairo.
1'. Ncff. Cairo. Win Wolfe, Cairo.
A Suntnka.Catro. U.L. Illlllii(lcjr,St.I5ul.
K, llii'ler. Cairn. II. Walla, Cairo,
F. II. IUIukratu. At. I.ouIa.
A Ueiieial Kanklat BaelMeaa Deae.
C3ExehanKe aold nnd lioaght InUrea t paid
in lh Sarlngi lieparrawnt. Collection nud,
anil nil 1nln promptly allemlf.1 tn
Si j MKMta)
The kt la the inarktl. Alio all ifnaa of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Ordors Delivered to any part
of the City Promptly.
Leave Orders at Crystal Saloon.
or at the company's omce, at nar
row Qaugo Depot.
TERMS-Nett Cash on Delivery
JAMBS K. LANK.
C.ftlt.X., Tjaaular Oe.
FsIMomUs BmHnt j
NOXTHSIDS OF SUMTM II
Bstwtea WsssisrUajas4 CimU