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ilv nlil.t at luiir-iMiit hth, in (Mil
fellow' Hall. Ho,
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Inilinliililil linifT OI UUIl-Vel'
Jommrrr.UI nvt'iiur, lirtwwn Sixth and Hviriilh
?rm. i-hah. i,ank, n. ti.
"UHtO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. Y.. Hint
Vy.n Uiin-rt-liow- nail on in nmauii mini
liM'jKlsr la every monui, ai nair-paainetrn.
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CAIKOI.OIMJK', NO.Xtt.A.V. A A. U
sm-. lloldreirular ronimunlivtlont In M
rT sonle 1111. rarurr (Ammu-rrlal avium-
; 'and KlKlitli Hlrn t, mi the Mtuit inl
iiurili Monnav nrrarh innnlli.
KEY WEST CIQABB throo for
25lcents, at P. Toichman's, 102
TO II K IIIVKS HY Hit:
CAIRO TURNER SOCIETY
ivb, an, IH70.
CO.VW O.VJ COMI-: ALL.
A vnnilnnil liiimv lime Is niitldhnli'il
o -. ...
IHtterent feature mill characters; will lc
liroiiKlit In during t li: eveninjj hy (lie
i-niireinrccoi me, i urniTri.
John Kochler, William. Under,
Oils Hudcr, J. Klcc.
P.M.Htocktlcth, Chv. Under.
Admluloti (lent $1, Ladies MX1.
No linproiier characters admitted.
Hy order ol Cntntnlttc on Arrange
We will (.ell 1,000 to fl,000 tons beat
It, delivered on earn at Chicago.
Delivered month of April nnd May.
No. 30.!, Water street Chicago.
far Khumm ! Colorado,
The Atchison, Tojicka and Santa I'o
railroad from Kansas City and Atchison
on the Mlopoiin river, via Totieka, the
cnpltol ot Kansas, and tho beautiful r
kamas valley to the itotky Mountain!).
The shortest riute to Puebclo the (Jrand
Canon, Colorado .Spring?, Manltou,
l'lkcs Speak, and all placed of note In the
mountain regions. The favorite route
to Denver and nil point In Northern
Colorado. The bet route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona, The
only direct route to the fatuous S.m
Juan initio. The track and equipment
Is uncqualed, trains run through from
the MIourl river, to the Hoeky Moun
tains making connections In Union de
pot and avoiding delay and trans
fern. For lull descriptive circulars
map, time table, etc., uddrcs
T. J. Andkiuon,
Ct-ii1 l'u'.. Agent, Topeka, Kan.
1 -1 D-d W-lV.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) iluMi,
Valued at $85. Will he sold at dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored and mounted Map ol the
cllyof Cairo at $i 00 each (hall price.)
A No. 9 Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued nt $75. Will lie (-old at Sir.
dicotttit, and ordered direct from the
A $!K) Keinington .Saving Machine
oil for e.th. Suitable lor tailor or
hoot and choe manufacturer.
A style "K," "Clough, Warren t
Co.V Parlor Organ, right from the fac
tory at Detroit. I.M price, $:ux). Will
I sold for
1000 sheets of hrlstol loard jut
celvcd at the Ui i.i kiin ottlcv, and lor
sale to the trade.
'lly ol Cnlro,
colored and varnlhed, for sale nt hall
price ($J.W)) at the Huli.ktis olllee.
20,000 note heads, :W,000 envelope,
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statement!',
20 reams hill heads CarllMe paper Just
received and for sale at the Hum.kti.n
For any of the ahove article, apply a
he Bulletin olllee. K. A. Uuh.nktt
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Lot 2, hlockO, city, on Ohio levee,
above Twelfth strret, outside lire limits.
Verv cheap. Terms liberal.
Cottage near Nineteenth and 1'oplnr
stects. $8 per month.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Store-room corner Twentieth, and
Business houso on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Sill well.
Winter's Block-suitable for Hotel
Ofllccs or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 8 and 9, in
Winter's Row, 0 rooms each, for $10 pur
No, 10 (corner), $12 607 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 1 rooms.
Store room In "Pilot JIousc," lately
occupied by A. Halley.
A small House west of Twenty
second strcct.nenr Pine, $4 per month.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
Orphan Asylum building audjprcml
rcs. Rent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts ot the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
-Laudsf in tract to eult, near Cairo.
HATf.N Of AIIVKItriNINM.
rJAII lillli roriuhiTlUltuc, arodiir ami niy
'Iiaimlnit wlnrllln will to1 Inwrtnl nt tlm
rule nt fl HI r KUre for ttir Unit liiK-tllun
mt .Viinita furinrli nltriiirnt one. A lllrl
1lnnl will l ins'lc on nlnmllnK unit 'lllr
Kor IiimtIIiik Kiinrral imtlri! t (n. N'otlrrol
liut'tliiK of roclftlin nr necn t orders U rrnl fur
Cliuicli, Horiely, Ktallvil ami .Su.t notlrca
will oaly In- Inx ilcil aau'ltHlluinrnl.
No aherllrnii'iit mill Ix- rrr hul at lien lliati
("roiita, nnd noaiiwrtlirtiiht mil r limi-iliil
fur Icnitlmn Hirec dollars tier month
, Loon! Bualneaa Notlcaa. of
tun line or morn. Inserted
In the Bulletin us fallows:
Commence Counting at ten Lines.
On inanrtlon tier line H Cents.
Two Insertions per Una 7 Cents.
Tnree inannions per lino. ....... iu uenia.
Hlx Insertions per Una 16 Cents.
Two wneksper line...... 26 Cents.
One montn per una .to uenia.
No Roductlon will bs made In above
OTP Y NEWS.
TI'KSDAV, I'KllltrAKV 22, IMC.
Tiik Bri.i.KTi.v. The Bii.lkiix thU
morning contains much less reading mat
ter than It U our usual custom to print.
The cipn water having rien to a depth of
three Inches on the floor of otir news
room anil pre department, we were
yesterday compelled to cek temporary
quarters In the main Bcm.kti.v building,
and the removal of the ollicc material oc
cupied the greater part of the day. Hence
the "fhortiicsi" of reading matter in this
KEY WEST CIGAHB thrco for
25 cents, at F. Tcichman's, 102
Commercial nvonuo. 2-20-lm
LOCAL SIPE WATER.
)itv Oooih. Buy your Dry Goods,
Hoots and Shoes at the New lork
store. -'.ao Ot.
OlMMiK.i. Jiiet received nt K. A.
Whcelock fc, Co.' a lot or line, lrcli
SI tl.l 1 a
Thy Tiikm! Tky Tiikm! Hull dime,
hull illme cigar, Havana llller, at
2-S-tf COWI'KIIWAITK iV riiit.i.ti.
Foil Rknt. The otorc room now oc
cupied by Farnbakcr & Sou, on Ohio
levee, will be tor rent on the lirit of
March. Applv to Robert Smith, Ohio
Notick. Mr. F. Telchman delres to
notify his friends and the public guiiera-
ally, that he has removed his tobacco and
cigar (-tore from Eighth Mreet to 102
Cotntnercial avenue. 2-20-1 m
i:oi-i to Rkni. Foiirrooms, and a
neat cottage on Third Street, free from
slpc water, and In good condition. En
quire of Win. Mcllale, at the Delta
1'oTAioKS. New Vork Early Rose
feed potatoes tor sale at New Vork ttore.
We garr.intce our himI potatoes to be
straight, and brought from the East.
A. Hai.i.v.v. A llluelot of stable and
pocket cutlery, also spade?, thovels,
hoes, rake, foks, axes and a general line
of hardware just received by A. Halley,
ll.'i Commercial avenue. 2-lS-:im.
Si:ki 1'orATOK.. 2.1 barrel choice
New Vork Early Roe eed potatoes for
sale cheap at .lohu Clancy's, corner
rwellth street and (.'ommereial avenue.
To iitr. Faumdiis. I're-h garden and
Held seeds at the New Vork store; aUo
oecd oats, onion top", etc. .liKtlualarge,
lotol plows and plow harness, for sale
low. C. O. I'.utkii A Co.
Skkk I'iitaioiis I f.MiiiA;i: ! -It. .1.
Cundlll' has jut received one ivir load ol
Northern Early Hose, ltusselt and Peer
less seed potatoes ; nlo a ear load of
Northern cabbage, all of which Is lor
sale at his store, north fide of Eighth
JrsT Ukckivkii. A. Halley has just
rm-ived a line lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, llowcr stand, Hotter
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts and
wreathes, w hich he has marked very low,
nt 113 Commercial avenue. 2-18-3m.
So.Mi:riiix(i Nkw. The lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
the latest and the best ever made, at A.
Hallcy's, who Is now selling his large
stock ot stoves, tin and hritUina ware nt
greatly reduced prices, (ilvo him a cal1
lielore you purchase, ll.'i Commercial av
Ukai) Tins. From the New Vork
store Commercial Advertier: Matches,
4 boxes 25 cents ; starch, 1 pounds 25
cents: soda. 4 pounds 25 ceuts ; soap, 0
bars 25 cents; lye, 2 boxes 25 cents;
rice, !1 pounds 25 cents. A few prices of
goods sold at the New Vork storo at re-
Pknmanshii'. Lessons given In Pen
maushlp, tine Pcumunhip, Steamboat
and Book-keeping, in all its forms,
Card writing, Posting up accounts,
Copying, etc., at the rooms of C. J,
Howe, Nos. 15 und 10, Winter's Block,
comer Seventh street nnd Commercial
avenue. Ladles class every afternoon
from 1 to 5 o'clock, and Saturdays from
2 to 4 o'clock. l-'-'O L-
I.nxnii ! Lunch ! ! Luscit ! ! ! At
Fred Hofliclnz. The proprietor of Our
Saloon will spread a grand luucii irom v
loll o'clock every nlght.n'ho bllllol fare
Is roast beef, mutton, veal, turkey, sour
tongue, sour rabbit, pigs tect ami .o. i
ovster soui) t and every Sunday morning
a No. 1 lunch at 10 o'clock, and a big
glass of Cincinnati beer; all this lor
cents. Come one, come all.
2-20-ct Fkkd Hoi iikinz.
Notick. Buy where goods are the
sold the cheaper!. Just received, New-
Maple Sugar, Choice Sweet Potatoes,
New Sugar Cured Hams, Choice Noith
em Butter, New Breakfast Bacon, Choice
New Voik F. Cheese, Buckwheat Flour,
Choice Prunes, Michigan Cider, Mince
Meat, etc. Only hotic selling you four
pounds choice Bin eoll'cu for $1. Our
motto from this out is to sell goods as
low us can Ix- bought In nny western city.
Call and obtain price at New. Vork More.
Tiik K.nnhii Tkmi'I.aii. Theodore
T. Uuriiey, Oram! Commander of
Knights Templars of Illinois, accoiii-
tiled by a portion ol hlslafl, paid Calm
Commnndry n visit last night. Among
the other vl'ltors were J. B. Mayhaui,
O. W. Andrews, (leo. W. Smith, and
Robt. W. Hamilton, of Murpliylioro
Jackson county ; W. C. Douell, John
M. Dals, J, M. Scrubcker, F. A. Prick
ctt, Carbondalc ; J. K. I.apc, I . Oxley,
Jas. A. niles and O. Hughes, Centralla;
Win. Morris, Air. Waugh, and others of
Mound City. After the meeting of the
order, at which a number of persons were
"put through" the mysteries of Knights
Tctnplardom, a grand banquet was
ICkaii This. nail ilnrtmnu Is telling
uff nt cu.it. This I no dodge to induce
jicoplc to buy, but Mr. Ilartman means
what he says. He dcMre to go out of
the dry good trade and will quit that
branch of his business as soon as his pres
ent stock can be disposed of. In this
connection It may be well to stale that
his stock is not old or shelf worn, hut on
the contrary- Is fresh and seasonable, and
ot the latest styles, consisting of such
goods as are usually to be found In a
first-class dry goods store. Ills stock ol
notions and gent's furnishing goods Is
also large and select, and will be sold for
one-third less than the same can be pur
chased eUewhere. All Mr. Ilartman
asks is an examination of his goods and
prices to convince every one that he
means Just w hat he savs. Call and see
Local BiiKViriKs. The colored Ma
son's entertainment takes place at Schcel's
Washington Garden, corner of Ninth and
Cedar strl-cts, this evening. (Jrand Mas
ter Kogcrs, of Springtlcld, Is expected to
be present, and the colored folks antici
pate a good time.
Matt Fulton Is liappy. It's a boy.
Mr. Chit Bradley returned from
Probate court, F. Bross, Judge pre
siding, convened yesterday morning.
The Pulaski county circuit court, D.
J. Baker on the bench, opened In regular
-Capt. J. M. Phillips is at home
again, alter a two weeks' vilt to Chi
cago. -Penmanship is made a branch of ed
ucation In the Parish school, and Mr. C.
J. Howe is employed as teacher.
-A meeting of the Ladles' Library
Association was held at the residence of
Mrs. J. II. Obcrly on Saturday.
Mr. Jas. Johnson who went to Texas
some two weeks ago, returned home on
Saturday night, and left on Sunday for
-The Turners arc at work. Their
masquerade ball on the 29th will be one
of the grandest ot the kind ever given in
The editor of the Sun and postmaster
McKaelg left tor Chicago on Sunday to be
present at the meeting of the ltepulill:nn
Stale Central committee. Two-thirds ot
the postmasters of the State will be at
-John Smith, the Fourth ward
butcher, recently purchased a hog weigh
ing S0.1 pounds fiotn J. B. ICuykendall
it Co., millers, at Vienna, Johnson
-A meeting of the ladies of the
Church of the Redeemer will be held at
the residence ol the pastor, ISev. Chas,
A. Ciilbcrt, at 'J o'clock to-day. February
22d. A full attendance is earnestly re
quested. -A religious revival at Vineenncs, In
diana, In which all the churches hi that
city have been taking part, has been In
progress for several weeks. Thus for the
additions to the various churches have
been as follows : Presbyterian, ot which
Dr. Thayer lute ot this city is pastor.
07 ; Methodist, 10S ; Baptist, MS ; Chris
tian, 511; a total ot 272.
Dr. (i. O. Parker will lecture hi th
Presbyterian church this evening for the
benefit of the Ladies' Library associa
tion. Subject Opinion. Let there be a
good turn-out. Good music will bo in
attendance. Misses Alvord and Pace
and Messrs. Robblus and Hacker will
sing a quartette; a duet by Miss Anna
Pitcher and Frank Howe, and a solo by
Mrs. W. P. Halllday.
In police court yesterday a young
man named Roberts and another named
Ross, were tried on a charge of disturb
ing the peace, and lined ten dollars
and costs each. Roberts, who Is u young
blood of the llrst water, wanted to know
"what tho costs" In his case were, adding
that tho ,ld n court couldn't rob him."
Judge Bross gave him the desired infor
mation, and at ths same time lined him
five dollars for contempt. The young
man had nothing more to say, hut paid
his Hue and took his departure. Roberts
and Boss are peanut venders on the Mis
sissippi Central railroad.
The ladles of tho Episcopal society,
w ho are noted for making u success of
whatever they undertake, will give a
masquerade sociable In the dining hall of
tho St. Charles hotel on tho evening of
Tuesday, tho 20th lust, Tho occasion
will bo one of the marked affairs of the
season. Although a masquerade socia
ble, all who wish to go unmasked will be
welcomed to the hall. Refreshments
will bo served In tho hall. The occasion
will be what Its name Indicates a eocla
bio. Guests will meet early, at 8 o'clock
sharp, and tho festivities will bo closed
early. The ladles, under whose uusplccs
the soclablu is given, know no such word
as fall and proproso to keep up their rep
utation In the matter of their sociable.
KE WEST CIGARS three for
25 cents, at P. Teiohman's, 102
Commercial avenuo. 2-20-lm
All l liranle nuenm a Oiirril
II Y 1)11. Ill I.I.
He Is located in Cairo, lll!noi, nml Is
still callluir nil yoll to he healed. Whv
will you die ot old chronic diseases, when
you can Ikj cured with o Utile cost or
money. Do not give it up jet, for there
Is still a halm in Gileard. Cairo is the
place to come to lx cured of nil your
aches and pains.
I am now prepared at tnyultW to give
medicated baths, and persons wishing to
receive siifh, will call at my olllco on
Eighth street, No. 22, from (he hours of
2 p.m. till 9 p.m. AUo plant- bath, hot
baths, warm bath, cold hath, or vapor
bath. Also persons having the con
sumption or weak lungs, and wMiim to
receive medicines by Inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment at my olllee, this liv
ing the only true way or getting medi
cine direct to the lungs. AIo I treat dis
eases or the eyes of years Mantling, nnd
the blind has been made to sec by my
treatment. All diseases of the skin 1
cure. Fistula cured by mo without the
use ol the knirc. If you have a cancer
come and lie cured. All private diseases,
In the shortest time, cured bv mo. In
short, for all chronic diseases or the hu
man system, go to Dr. Hultz If you wish
to to cured. I compound and prepare alt
my medicines at my olllee. It Is said
that practice makes perfect, I have been
thirty years n practicing physician.
All letters and communications shall
Ins confidential and promptly attended to
by me. Direct, Dit. Hultz,
No. 22 Eighth Mreet, Cairo, Illinois,
KEY WEST CIQABS thrco for
25 cents, at F. Toichman'a, 102
Commercial avenuo. 2-20-lm
Notlre li lureby given Hint the ttx books
for tho year 1S7S, have been pUccl in my
fiandi and that I will he at the following
places In Aleinder county, on the day be
low tei forth for the purpose of collecting
In Clear Creek pro ct, at tbo storo of
E. Culley & Co., Clear Creek landing,
.March 7tli, iSiC.
in Tuebcs precinct, at the store of 0. A.
Marchlldon, Thebes March 8th, 1)70.
u Santa r e precinct, at tho store of V.
Ireland, Santa Ko, March 0, 1870.
In Goose Island precinct, at the More o
O. Greenley, Goose Island, March 10, 1870.
In Dog Tooth precinct, at the home of
N. Hunsickcr, Esq., Jlarcli 11, 1870.
In llazlcwood precinct, at the office ol
Sam llrlley K'.co, March II, 1870.
In Unity precinct, nt the More of W. M.
Atherton, Unity, March l., 1876.
In South Calio, at tho olllee of John (J.
llarruuii, Cairo, March lUtb, 1870.
In North Cairo precinct, at the court
house, Ci'.ro, March 17th, 1870.
The collector hereby calls the special at
tention ol tax p:icrs to Section 1.17, ol th
Chapter upon revenue, revised ttslutcs,
iu which he is required to make diMraint
upon the pcrxonal property of all tax pay
ers in default 'for personal taxes, after
March tOlh. Tbls proWMon ol law will be
lgorouly enforced. Those Interested wil
therefore hear the fact in mlml and kiyc
Bring your last years tax receipts nnd do
nottruM to the tax books fordlscriptlon of
your hod. ALEX. II. lltVIN
Cairo, 11!., February 0:h, 1870
A No, 1 iJtuiKlry,
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial nvej
lines, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the :ity, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llud it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices arc n follows: Hotel
and boardltig-house washing 7. cent
per do.en. For piece work prices arc as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 10c; icr
do.en, SOo; socks, fie; two collars, fie;
two handkerchiefs, fic; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, 80V. per dozen.
Ladies iilain calico dresses. 2.V: calico
dresses with extra trimmings, fide; white
dresses, $1 afic; ladles' undci vvare, line
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-2IM!'.
New fool Uttlre.
F. M. Ward has opened a coal olllee on
south side of Eighth street,Xo.31,lotween
Commercial and Washington avenues, In
Sargent's shoo store. He will sell Har
rlsburg coal delivered In any part of the
city ot $:i 23 per single ton, or $:i per
ton In four-ton lots ; Big Muddy coal at
$1 per single ton, or $7 fid for two tons,
all delivered. These are rock bottom
prices, and mean cash and cash only.
Nolle of Hemiiviil.
C. Koch has removed his boot nnd
shoe shop from the old stand to his
new brick building (one block below),
No. !3 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where ho will
keep the best home made and St. Loul
custom made hoots and shoes, made of
Iho best material ; good workmanship
and In the latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. 0-2IMI.
AKer Mm Fire.
J. George Stelnhotie may bo round
since the lire at his new shop, on Eighth
street in the Alexander County Bank
building, w here h will welcome all his
customers, and servo them In as artistic a
manner as ever before, with smooth
shaves, fashlouablu hair cutting and
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tiik. Bui.i.ktin, unless tho
same Is made on a written order signed
by tho president or secretary of .tho com
puny, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of tho company, tor any
Caiiio Bui.i.ktin Company.
November 1U. 1875. U
'ol I C'onl I
I wish to inform tho citl.cns of Cairo
that I keep on hand a largo supply of
coal of different kinds, which I will sell
as follows, delivered in any part or tho
city : $2 "0 to $1 per ton, cosh, and full
weight guaranteed. Jamks Ros.
Caiiio, I i.i... Monday Evk.nino,
February 21, 187(1.
I'ntll last evening, the weather since
our last Issue has been delightful. On
Sunday night it became cloudy, nud yes
terday morning before tlay-break rain
began falling, and continued until nine
oS lock. Alter that time It tried hard
to get up n rain now failed,
though n continual drizzling was
lieen kept up. The river Is rising slow ly
again. Bates lo New Orleans are, dry
bbl'.IIfi cts; pound freights, 12 ets per
nwtipork, IIS cts; whiskey. 75 cfs;
freights to way points ImIow Vlcksbtirg
arellj cts for bbl and 17 for freight per
Flour continues to Improve. There Is
good demand for choice grades. Stocks
have tlimitilslied considerably. Common
hay Is plenty and very dull. Choice Is
scarce and In demand. Corn Is scarce
and hi good demand. White corn iu
bulk, iu good condition is wanted nt the
mills. Under the liberal receipts of the
past week, oats have become plenty nud
declined. Mcnl Is Idull, and the
prospccU are that It will decline. The
supply Is In execs orthe demand. Bran
is unchanged, and still offered for t:t
In sacks. There is a good supply or but
ter, ami medium and low grades arc slow
sale. Eggs are Improving. The supply
of poultry Is light, and there is a good
demand, Apples are very-scarce, choice
arc iu good demand. The weather Is un
favorable at present for dressed meats,
but the prospects arc that It will be cold
In a day or two, when thcic will be a
good demand for them.
sa9Our friends should bear Iu mind
that the prices here given are usually
for sales from tirst hands Iu round lots.
fn filling orders and for broken lots It Is
necessary lo charge an advance over
Choice flour Is In good demand. Stocks
have diminished considerably, nud It is
tinner. Sale noted were 200 barrels va
rious grades, $4 fi07 ; 200 barrels va
rious grades, $f(S)7 ; 200 barrels choice,
$0 75 ; 1000 barrels various grades, $3 23-
0 75 ; 100 barrels low grade, $4 50 ; 100
barrels choice on orders, $7 25; 200 barrels
XXX spring, $4 75; 100 barrels, $1 25;
C50 barrels various grades, 47 00.
Ray. with tho exception of choice, of
all kinds t plenty and dull, We note
the sale of'J cars common mixed, $10 ; 1
car good mixed, $10 ; 1 car poor mixed,
$7 ; I car poor mixed, $8 ; 1 car timothy,
$11; lair choice timothy, $10; 2 ears
There- is no corn iu the market, Jand
there Is a good demand. Sales noted
were 1 car mixed, 10c in bulk ; 1 car in
burlapsc, 47c; A cars white In sack. ISc;
2 cars white in bulk, lilo ; SOO bushels
white iu dundees, -ISe; 4 cars choice white
iu sacks, 19c.
The receipts have liccu liberal, and
oats have declined. We note lliu t-ulc. of
2 cars choice Northern, HOoiii bulk ; 1 car
choice Northern mixed iu bulk, 37o ; 1
car black In sacks, 4".te ; 2 cars white Wis
consin in bulk, 33c; 2 car mixed iu bulk,
37c; 4 cars black iu sacks. 40u; 2 cars
black mixed, 41c J 1 car Northern In bulk,
12c ; 50 bags black, 45c.
1 he supply has got to be in excess ol
tho demand, and it is duller. Sale noted
were 300 barrels city .-team dried, $J 25 ;
1 car country $2 20; 1 car country,
$2 15; 1 car country, $2 25.
Bran remains dull, and it is still oiler.
lug at the mills lor l'.l Iu sack. Sales
reported were 1 car on ordcts, $14 00;
1 car corn bran In sacks, SI 2 00 ; 300 bags,
The supply Is ccpml to the wants. Me
dium and low giadcs are selling eiy
slowly. We note the sale of 10 tubs
choice Northern, 20o; Stubs low grade,
lS(u.20t:; 10 buckets Southern Illinois,
15c; 100 lbs Southern Illinois, 23c; 5
tubs Northern, 24c; 100 lbs Northern
roll, 21c; 100 palls Southern Illinois is
The demand is Improving. We note
sales 500 doen, 12l3c; 3 boxes, 12)o;
200 doeu, I2c.
The supply of poultry is light, and the
demand vury good. Sales noted were
3 coops hens, $3 503 75 ; 2 coops
mixed, $3 50.
Apples of all kinds are very scarce, and
wanted. Sales noted were 20 barrels,
$1 25; 40 harries mixed, $2 50 ; 5 barrels
Dressed meats are very ipilet at pres
ent, the weather being unfavorable. We
note the sale of 0000 pounds pork, I jdir
We note the sale of II barrcD Navy
beans at $0 00 per barrel.
Wo note the sales of 10 boxes, $5 00 ;
10 boxes, $5 00.
Tho only sale noted was 10 boxes,
We note the sale of 10 barrels, $1 20
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump. $3; nut. $2; dcllwTud cat
load per ton, lump, S3 50; nut, $2 75;
delivered per single ton, lump, $! j nut,
$3 25 ; Raiitu or Harrishurg coal on
track per cur load, lump. $27 ; nut. $10 ;
delivered per ton, $3 50 ; Pittsburgh coal
ear loads on truck, $5 50 per ton ; single
ton, delivered, $0.
HIDES AND FURS.
Hides are dull, but I here is a fair de
mand for furs, at quotations :
Hum ury Hint, rjtuji.tju, ury sancu,
10)(SU)c; green salted, 5.0e damaged,
Vutis Weiinntc : Western Olter, No.
1, $0(.lfl CO ; No 2, J3 00 ; No. 3, SIR)
au; No. tf.siM
-No. 1. SI
i, 3, 25o ; No. 4,
1 oo ; mo. -i, -J.M).
1 23; No
007ot! ; No.
10c. Raccoon No. l. 7Rej(). vn o
40c; No.:i.20c; No. 4,'CTox-Grav
No. 1 cased, $1; No. 1 ope,,, 7n?Vn
MHaiOOe; No, 3, 25n; No. i, ?() pJ.i
Skunk-Black. ; halfstrliVd.M.
COe; narrow, 35c; kittens, 15c. opo-stiin-810c.
Beavcr-$1 fiO2. Musis-rat-Hj52.V.
Bear-No. I, $8; No. 2, f:;
Wah I)srAirtMKT Hivin Rironr, I
Vb 21, .,
A IIOV B
tOW WATEH, I'lMXUI.
rr. in. rr i.
Cairo I 4.1 10 X i
I'lttiiliiirK : 7 n
Cincinnati .li 73 9
l-ouist lllv j IK 414
Nuahvlllt- IS n y
81. 1OllM ID u a
MrmplilK M It i
Vlckalilir 4i OX 4
Srw Orlcms 4 4X3
trKcnnt, Slxnal 8m lr, II. M. A.
Steamer Jhn FIsk, Paducah.
St. Francis Belle, Memphis.
" Grand Tower, Memphis,
" Julia, St. Louis.
' Nail City and barges, St. Louis
Steamer Jim FIsk, Paducah.
" St. Francis Belle, Cincinnati.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Julia, Vlcksburg.
" Eddyvlllc, Nashville.
" Nail City and barges, Pin.
niVKIt, WKATIIKH AND IIUSIXKSS.
The weather turned cold after the rain
yesterday afternoon, and the prosfivcts
are that we will have a light Ireczc-up
Business Is moderately active.,.
The T. T. Hlllman nrrlvcd with 100
tons pig Iron from the Cumberland Iron
works on Sunday night.
The Eddyvlllc took back to Nashville
with her, yesterday morning, CI kes
The Julia came down w ith a good trip
ror Vlcksburg yesterday morning. She
added about 35 tons here.
Tho Grand Lake .and barges ndded
about 5C0 tons here, and left ror New
Orleans on Sunday morning.
The Ironsides and tow from Pittsburg,
passed by lor St. Louis on Sunday morn
ing. The Pat Cleburne brought down a lot
of dry barrels on Saturday night, and
went back empty. She had a party of
pleasure seekers on board, who enjoyed
a daucc while the boat laid here.
The Eddy vine arrived at 0 o clock Sun
day night, flat In the water. Her cargo
consisted 240 hog-hca.ls of tobacco and a
lot of miscellaneous freight.
The Calorado came up Sunday morn
ing from Vlcksburgs, with "rtl bales or
cotton, .'Uil ol which she put oil at the
Cairo and Vhieenncs wharf-boat. She
took the remaining 100 bales toSt. Louis.
The Grand Tower arrived from Mem
phis yesterday morning with a good trip.
She put oll'OOO bales ot cotton nt the Cairo
and Vlncennes wharl-boat, for the east,
added 40 tons pig Iron and 10,000 feet of
lum'.er and went on to St, Louis.
Tho Golden Rule, Captain O. P
Shluklc. arrived on Sunday night. She
had about 1,200 tons freight, and her
cabin was lull ot people, every berth be
Ing occupied. She added 31 coops of
poultry and some other freight here, and
went on to the bends, where .she will get
4,00 sacks corn.
Atli-iilloti : rirnlrra.
We have four dozen Imitation Ebony
isprngue Can-Openers, taken for adver
tising, whlrh wo will sell at two dollars
per doeu. Inquire at Bulletin olllee.
Kilty cenU, at Whiter' Gallery.
IV x Hnln .ollrtt.
Caiiio, II I.., K. hruary 'JJikI, ISM.
i'n.M l. (Jiiutenuid all others Inti-ru.td.
Yuu are herehy nntlllcd that at a sale ol
lands f r Hid dcllniiuent .State, eoualy. die
triet ncliool, peroLiul mid oluer laxen of
the year IHT.'I and cos , liel I at tlid court
liousddoor in Cairo, Alcxandir county,
Illinois, on the MTtU and 't'l day of
.May, IHT4, Timothy (J'Coiincll pun (used
tlm north lialf or ttie s.iutliwot iniurter,
mutii nbai'c in sec tion tin, totvntlilp til, south
ruiih'u'.!, went ol i he ard principal meridian;
and tho north hull of the .southern! quarter
ol Dm f nine section, township und riini;.,
s tu.itcd iii tald county and State, and that
tho tlmo Klvcnhy law li r Hid roilcmptlou
ol Mid I mils will cxp ru on the 1 7 1 1 1 and
OOtl. .I.-.. ... 1U-M
MOTIIV O'CONNKIX, I'lirchaiior.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington nd Commercial
Avenues, adjoining- Manny's.
KKKl'S for .ate the Ut IUvf. fork. Mutton
Veal, Umti. Sausage, Ac. ami la prt
irail U crve famltlra In an aoouUI1 manner
NORTH SIDK OF KlOllTH 8TREK1
letwsea Waabinstoa MtSOoamareUl
ruM UNIONS.OUTS, R Jiajia, OHIL
IrJkBLAINi. ULOIM, fpRMi Ito.
..SSorMtteu k. Ik If Cnattth Vrsu-ak
FIsnTiriiaat a co., (liixwtMcgk, caiM.
0. N. HUQHKS,
tar ftUtkasi np,,
73 OHIO LEVEE.
City Hatlwal laak BalUlat, ap-ttaln.
Ths Oldsst Xateblisbed Acssey U South
65 OOO OOO
K. .r. Ayns. a. D, Afrts.
AYRES fc CO.
Anil (hi era
Millers' Agent. .
No so Ohio
v CAIBO, ILLINOIS.
BOfand BASKET CO
"Atliln.n hard and ion,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, J.
Mill ui Tmr,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth StrMt an
Ohio 1t .
Sam'l Z. WXX.SOXT,
Oor. Eighth Bt. and Commercial Ave.
REFERENCES, BT PERMISSION
W. Itlttrnlimisct llro. It. XV. .Miller ,
(J. SI. II;. H A Urn , A. Uackla A Co.,
ani'l U'INoii. sr.
tinrn A Wood.
(.'. It. W'iHiljiri,
Ayrra A i'o ,
J. II. I'lilllla A Son,
II. M. llulen,
.1. II. hiisi,
Col. .MrKralK, V . M
Ungueatlonablr. turn knt sutaaae
wttrk of lbs klsid la the World."
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