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ASCALON' I.ODOK, NO.
KnlahtA of I'ytlila, meet every Krl
iIav night at huir-piiKt avten, in UiM-
fellows' lull IK
AI.F.XANKKIl LOUGH, NO. fctf.
Imletienilent Onfcf of PiM-IYl-
low, meets every Tliurilnir iilxlit
Hii ill liulf-lKWt iwtru, III their hall on
..'(jinmiTf lal n uup, between sixth unil KcrcMIt
Jri'rtl I'iiah I.amk, N (I
r UWO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. ). Y.. m.lii
vln Ortd-rVllowj' Hull on tlie Unit ami thlitl
I iirtliT In every monlti, it half-pant aevm
,H0 II OOMHAX, 01'
" A CAIIIOI.OIMIH, N0.2.T,A.t A. M.
Hold rwilar communication!! In Ma
coiiln llnil, corner Ctimmirclal uMunc
' Naml i;ighlli Unci, on th tfwiml nml
iiiirlli Monday of each iimntli.
Fifty case of shoes juH in and lorf.ile
low, at the New York More. 1-S-IOt
fnr It nil.
Two furnished rooms apply F.lglitoonth
mill Commercial avenue.
4-11-lwd. Mni. V. I' I'm m ti.
Wliiti) good? nml linen. Including nil
hinds of wliliii wear for Full s fur ladles
uml children, nt Uurgcr A. Co's. Thu
prices of thce good me extremely low,
and the stock In a mot nttrartlve one.
Illlrrull fnr Until)"..
Sleeping carriage and preambiilators,
for battles of all sl.c. at price ranging
Iron) $3 50 to $25, at Win. Kichhoirs fur
nltHrc lactory, coiner Seventeenth street
and Washington avenue. l-U-lin
4enlH' riiriilhliiK Ihm!.
I. Uurger A Co., have adiied to their
toek this sprint: onu of the lined i-clto
Hon ol Kent' furnishing goods ever
brought to this city, Gentlemen am In
vited to call and c.aii:lne goc.il ltcfore
Win. Klchhotrhasjii't Illicit hl ware
house and factory, coiner or 17th at reel
and Washington avenue, with the
largiM Mock and inot complete variety
of furniture ever ollered in Hie alro
market. Hi- mean biNnc", and will
sell for cali only al rock bottom figures.
It 1 only necessary to examine hi Mock
and prices to satUfy yourselves n to
iiiallty and cheapness, and that now I
the-time to buy. I -12-1 in
Nperlf I'll) nieiit.
George Iittner, proprietor of the New
KxceNIor Saloon, Commercial avenue
three door- below Sixth street, I bound
to became the popular resort of the city.
Thl morning nt 10 o'clock he will Inau
gurate a new feature in lil-s line ofbusi
iics.o, to-w It : I le will re'iiine specie pay
mentpay out silver In making change
A free lunch every morning nt 10 o'clock.
The bar I stocked with Pilsner beer, and
the best ot wine, liquor mid cigar.
Give the Kxecl'ior a call It Is the place
for the best beer, and tiard money, tf
(nnri r t'ureil.
Dr, IlebornClatlln oftheNiirtliweiterii
Cancer Institute Ko. lltT.'t. Wabah ave
nue, Chicago, will be In Cairo, at tlie St.
Charles hotel. April 21st and 22d to treat
patients for till dreaded dNea-c. Can
cer may be surely, speedily snd perma
nently cured, In All Us forms ll taken l
foruthe patient Is too far gone without
the use ot the knife, with little or no pain,
and without debilitating the patient.
This remedy wa discovered b Dr.
Clallln, and U known only to himself.
Having tested its ilUency thoroughly
during twenty year' tractlce, he U pre
pared to guarantee au abojluto and per
manent cure in every ca-l'Iiu uudtrtake,.
l or Kiiikm mill ColornUo.
Tho Atchison, Topcka and Santa I'c
railroad from ICanas City and Atchlon
on tho Missouri river, via Topcka, the
eapltol ot Knu-a-s and tlm beaulllul r
Janas valley to tho Kocky Mountain".
TUn shortest nil to to l'ucbelo tho Crand
Cuivjn, Colorado Springs. Manltou,
J'lkes Speak, and all places of note in tlie
Mountain rcilone. Tlie favorite route
to Denver mid all points lu Northern
Colorado. The bet route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico ami Arizona. The
only direct route to Hie lamoii m
.luan mine. The track and efiiipineut
Is uneoualed, traliK run through from
the MI.ouil river to the Kocky Moun
tains, making connections In union de
pot and avoiding delays and trans
tcrs. For lull deicrintlve circulars
limps time tabic, etc., iiildre"
T. .1. ANiimtsox.
(ien'l Puss. Agent, Topeka. Ivan.
Htislucss Huiio lately occupied by
Wood Kitlenliouse & Co., on I.cvee be
low 1 llh street. Kent very reasonable.
-Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lot
enclosed, in good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west side, of Coin
nierclal avenue near Fifth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling,
iv...f r.,,. ,.,..t. ea
lie i- month.
Dwelling house, 5 rooms, on
Mreet near Walnut, In good repair.
Sl'iftO ncr month.
Cottage, 2 rooui3 and kitchen,
Twenty-llist it reel, near Sycamorc-
nnithsUle. Kent $5, per mouth.
Two small houses, northwest corner
virropiith and Pomilai. Kent low.
-Uaseiucnt of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near Eighteenth
QtM.r. fivi. room In good eouditloni
-u.illiiini? on cast side of Commercla
iiveime. near Tenth street, sultublo for
-!'ieutcr xlinn. Chcan rent
Ilullduig on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, olllces and rooms lu varl
'.ds lacation. Kcnts low.
Lots and land Tor sale or lease.
John Q. Haiiman & Co.,
Ueal Katate Agents, corner Sixth and
We aronulhorltetl toaiinounee that I!. A. Kit
iiiuiiiltnn iaati Independent Iteimullcaii uuidl
"l:ilc lor flipilff, nt the niliiliiB comity lwllnn.
Wrm-paiilhorlfnt toinnnnnce I'KTKItHAUl',
for an Inileprmlrut cunilMale fur ahrrlffof At
t-xatiiler count v, nt thf rnaulnx county flection
COT Y NEWS.
WKDNKrfUA Y, Al'ltlb 10, 1S7C.
On I I'll Mini llnla
.lust received by (ioldstlnc & Koen
watrr. Ulil tilof'f).
I'resh arrival ol a very large a.i'ort
incut ot ladles' and gent' kill gloves at
.1 Kurger & Co. :-2MI
l.liicn I'm per.
I.lnen libre, Dlatollnish, letter and note
paper at the lit i.i.r.nv olllcc. Itliie and
cream laid, below St. I.oill prlws.
Ill bale ot l-t muslin 7Jc at the New
York store. Alo 1000 pieces ol prints,
ehohc style at 7 ami 8 cents )k.t yard,
retail l-S-10t I'atikii it Co.
Ouilniicrn I.ik'CoiiikI .Ni'IIIiikn.
Ciuhinerc law and netting, a splendid
ii"ortment, certain to plea-e the ladies,
Jut in, at .). Iturgcr A Co. :t-21-lf
.ltcntloii ! IteiilcrN.
We have four dozen Imitation Kbony
Spmguo Can-Openers, taken for adver
tiling, which wo will sell at two dollars
per doen. Inquire at llulletln ofllee.
A licautlful lino of new cmbioidciIj
Jii't received by the recognized "embroid
ery house'' or Cairo .1. Uurgcr iV Co.
Ladies' linen and alpaca suits, beautl
fully made and htylhhly trlmmcil, for
sale at . I. Uurgcr fc CoV. Thce ult
are selling as low as material can he
bought In this city. Call and co them.
Do you know that .1. Iturgcr & Co. are
hi receipt of a iiiiignlllcentllue ot carjiets
and oil clothes, all the very latest styles
anil designs V The first arrival of the sea
son. Stop in and examine their stock.
IIllll I'lirlllklllllff lol.
This department at .1. Uurgcr it Co.'s
store on Commercial avenue, contains a
Mock ol table linens, towels, napkin
martcillcs(uilt, etc., etc., which will de
light the eye of every housekeeper
Thcie goods urcollcred at panic prices
and will go oil' like hot cakes
at Winter's Gallery.
For a clea.i shave, a fashionable hair
cut. or a tlioroil-'tl sliampoo. C'f) 10 .1
George Stelnhou'-e on Klghth street,
Alexander County ISank building. His
ihopl- always neat; his towels always
clean ; his asslManti always polite, anil
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, tor the benefit of his cu-domer.
real ltiinkriiil Siulf.
Now U your last chance to get your
good at less than cost, as I have bought
the whole bankrupt stock of Heilbron A
Well, consisting ot dry goods, sotlon.
clothing, etc.. at such low prices that cn
ablw me to give everybody bargains that
will satisfy even the hardest customer.
I will continue tlm business at tlie old
stand ot llellliron & Weil only lor thirty
days longer, and all the goods must be
sold within that time on account of re
moval. Ke on hand In time, before all
the bargains are gone, as I mean busi
ness. Solomon Paiikiiu, of tin.
1-5-1111 1 12 rnuinicrciai avenue.
A So. I l.ininilry.
It U now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
tho laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave;
line, has one of the best conducted laun-
drv establishments In tlie -ity.anu land
lords of hotel and boarding houses w ill
Uml It to fcUelr advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows: Hotel
and boardliig-houe washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work price. are as
follows: Single shlrtnnd collar, 10c; per
dozen. SOe: socks, 5c; two collars, Go;
two handkerchief, 5e; vets, 2Uc; mm
all gentlemen's wear, SOe. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dresses, 25o; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
iinmnou. St 25c : ladles' undcrwmo, line
and coaiM', $1 00 per dozen. l-2;t-tf.
We call attention to thu advertisement
ofthe Kipiltntile Life Assurance Society
II. ta mnrlilnir. mill reCOIlllllOIHl tllO COI1I
n .l.,cli... n snf.i lni.3hniiit
f Vcomnaratlvely small sum ot money,
by means of which a man may increase
1 li. nrnu.ni nroneriv. may tecum 111
stantly a sure support for those depen
dent upon him, or provide for himself a
Biiiir Bum to bu na d liltecn or iwcnn
The Kiiultablu stands sine nj sine w 1111
the Mutual Lite of Xew York In all ic
spects, haying paid tor several year past
euually as largo illvldcns to policy
holders. It exacts easn payment in
nremtums nnd pay eah dividends every
vcar from the date of the policy. K. A.
Uurnett, who served tho company lu
Miohiimn as ceneral agent, severoi yeat.
ago, has accepted the Cairo agency,
oilicu lu the HuuxTiN uuiiuiiig.
all information with regard to the work
i..niinonmnaiiv wi be ciiwriuiiy
'PhU timmlar suloon, corner Fourteenth
at.- nml Washlnirton avenue, Is open to
the public. Tho bar is supplied wuu
pute wines, choice liquors and the llncst
brands of cigars.
U-25.1IU A. KK0U9, rroprivior.
l!ochester fine shoe opened to-day by
O. Haythom fc Co. It
Salesman ; Inquire of D. I'. Dennett,
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
Kleventh streets. l-lft-Itt.
Wnnta to Trnile
A good shot gun lor a good watch .
gold prcfered. and willing to pay the
dincrence. Addres?. D.H.W..
;it Itox 102, Cairo.
New lino of ladles, mlsse and child
ren's shoes, Just received to-day by O.
Haythom & Co. It
Itlbbons, fan and parasoN, latest style
and lowest prices for sale at Burger &
Co's. Also an cxqulMtclot of cahinerc
and cent tlc, In the ncvct deslgno.
Tli-! Centennial Kefrlgerator the latest
Iniprovetnenl at.d tlie best over made;
also a line assortment of hardwure and
cutlery at greatly reduced prices, at A,
Halleys, No. 115 Commercial avenue.
Uurgcr it Co. have n beautiful assort
ment of dress goods ot all kinds, and
silks, .iiiinmer silks as low as sixty cents
per yard. These aru splendid bargains.
Call uud see them before the rush.
A regular meeting of Alexander Chap
ter, No. 127, (Kastern Star) will be held
at -Masonic hall, this (Wednesday) even
ing, April 10th. 1S7C. All the members
are requested to attend.
I'annii: I.. CiiiiiiiA, Sec.
II very member I requested to be on
hand to-night, ltuslnes of much Im
portance to lw attended to.
l'.y ordf r or the President.
A. lli;i.nticn, Sec.
The funeral ol the Infant son of Mr.
and .Mrs. .lo'cph Itonekcr. took place
yesterday afternoon. There was a large
number of the Iricnds of tlie grieved par
ents In attendance. The remain were
taken to Villa Kldge by the Illinois Cen
tral train, where they were Interred.
l'rimi Hip Country.
Mr. Nick Hunsackcr and John Ootes
made the trip "by land" from Dog Tooth
to Cairo yesterday. They report the
road In much beltcrcondltlon than they
i viireii-il to find them : but say that If
the rivers continue to rise they will soon
be Impassible again.
Some where between Fourth and
Tenth street, on Commercial or Wash
ington avenue, a bunch of Keys, held to
gether by a steel chain. The finder will
be rewarded by reluming the key to
comer ot Fourth street and Wellington
.fust received, a large stock ot Shaw's
Kefrigerators, and White Mountain triple
motion, Icecream freezer ; also a large
miiiulvof wire screen cloth for doors
and windows, all at rock-bottom prices.
C. W. HiiNHEnso.v.
Corner 12tli street, anil cominerciai
t in 1 ...
A. Halluy has just recetveu ms ursi in
stallment of Centennial refrigerators, and
wo must say that they are the neatest,
best gotten up, and In fact the best re
frigerator ever brought to this market.
Give him a call, at ll. Commercial ave
We will pay no bills contracted by any
Miiployc of Thk UUI.I.KTIN, unless the
. . . . . . . , ,
same s inane on a written oruer nkiicu
by the president or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
Caiho itUM.KTlX COMPANY.
Novemlior 10. 1875. tt
The Co in I lie IValUnl.
The coming festival to be given by tho
ladles of the Lutheran church congrega
tion, for tho purpose ot raising money to
lltiuldate the debts of that Institution,
promise to be a very pleasant affair.
The festival will be hold In Charles
Gever's building. 011 Commercial avenue,
on Tuesday and Wednesday evenlnrs
Aurll 25th ami 20th. All are inviteu to
Special bargains in muslins at Gold
thin & Kosenwatcr s. J-2U-tt
A splendid selection of cheviots Just
received at Goldstluo & Koscn water's.
Tho Xatlonul Cornet band will glvo
a calico ball one week from to-night.
Tho lriends of Mr. and Mrs. m.
Ktniltnn RVniliathl.e With them ill tllO
loss they have sustained In the death of
I . I.t..,. nAn.i...l fuetril..
tllC'll llltaill SOU, WHICH ureiui
I pounds Golden Mo coffee for $1 00
I ' Choice green Klo colfeo, 1
It " choice rice,
) Demora sugar, 1
1 boxes of matches large,
4 pound best soda,
I best starch,
All other (roods as low. Cltolco butter
by the pound or package at tho
l-S-10t Xr.w i oitic hroin:.
The firm of Cross, Coleman & Co. Is
- this day dlsolvcd by mutual consent, d.
Co eman witiiurawing. uusiucss nereat-
ter will be conducted under tho stylo and
firm of Cross & Co., who asumo nil lia
bilities, nnd are authorized to collect all
claims due the old linn.
Caiko, April l'Jtb, 1870.
Kotlichlld & Company pitched their
pavilion at the footol Tenth street, near
the spot occupied by Dan Klce, yester
day atternoon. Their stock of animals,
and;horsci Is now complete, and the
inemliers of the circus company are in
dally training for their llrn exhibition,
which lake place on Saturday. The
company will it from ere to Anna,
where they wilt 'how on Monday. They
go by rail, being unable to get out of
town with their wagons on account ol
bad road. The performance will be
llrl-clas In every respect, and should he
The Itev. Mr. George returned to
thl city yrMcrday afternoon.
Mr. Mark Cohan, of the F.qultablc
Mfe Assurance Society, Is at the St.
Mr. dame S. Swayne, formerly of
Cairo, arrived In the city yesterday. Mr.
Sway no I connected with one of St.
Louis' prominent business linns, and Is
on atourln thelntcrcstoftliat Institution.
Mr. .fame Morris left yesterday via
the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and South
ern railroad for Texa, where he goc to
purchae lumber for the linn of I.Iebke,
Schralg tc Co., of St. LonI.
Tim Sorrow Onus"'
The following Is from the Murphy
boro Independent: "Among the caues
stated by the attorney In aklng for a
change of venue lu the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad bond suit was one that
the Murphysboro Iniltjxmltni had pre
judiced the minds of the people ngalus
tho Cairo it St. Louis K. K. Co. We are
glad to learn that the influence or the
Independent ha been duly recognized hi
this case. Among all the good deed
and Influence of the Independent this
cao I the greatest, for a grander swindle
and Impo-ltlou upon the people was
was never attempted, than the Narrow
There has probably never been a finer
or more select stock of goods brought to
Cairo than Is now upon the shelves ol
Dan Darttnan's store, corner of Commer
cial avenue aud Sixth street. This assort
ment of gooJ consists of calico, bro
cades, muslins, shawls, nausooks. hand
kerchief, ginghams, hosiery, ribbons,
towels, neckties, fans, tarletaus, pillow
slips, spring overcoats, pants, vests, hats,
shirt, shoes, and In Tact, every conceiv
able article that appertains to the business.
Mr. Hartman'. ability as a business man
1 well known. He is thoroughly con
versant with the wants of the people, and
has accordingly selected a stock to please
their tastes and want. Give him a call
and he will bo sure "to please lit every In
stance. Hotel l'eraonnto.
St. Cliarles W. M. Murphy, Metropo
lis; Mrs. Wlielock, Chicago ; S. X. Well,
Cincinnati; Mls Alice Kricklln and Miss
M. Dolllns. Jacksonville, Ha.; John
Sproat, Columbus Henry Campbell and
S. X. White, Hickman; U. U. Calioeu,
Fredcricktown, Mo.; Mark Cohan, New
York; Frank C. Scbrluy, Chicago; U.
Greenhlll, Miss W. Williams
Uycrn, J. A. W11M1, St. I.ouh; Miss S.
Staratt, Urooklyn, X. Y.; -Mrs. It. U.
Farnsworth. Portland, Minnesota; trail-
ci Kenton, Uollver, Teuii.; K. S. atson,
-C. W. Ulunt, St. Louis ; T. M. Free-
man and wife, Marshall, ICy.; Cliarles M.
Hunt, I'oplar Mull's, Mo.; E. M. nugg,
Mandvllle; .1. X. Clark. UlrdvIIIe, -Mo.;
II. V. Urown, Paris, III.; K. Ash, Cape
Girardeau, were registered at the Plant'
A t'luinitc of Vniur.
The Murphysboro Independent says;
"The Cairo and St. Louis railroad com
pany filed a petition nt the March term
of the circuit court for mandamus to com
pel the board of county commissioner
to Issue and del Ivor county bonds in tlie
sum of $200,000 to the railroad company,
being the amount, as claimed, which the
county voted to subscribe to Its capital
stock. The railroad company petitioned
the court for a chaiiL'e of venue, on the
ground that the circuit Judge and the
Inhabitants of the county w cro prejudic
ed so that a fair trial could not bo had,
and the venue was changed to Cairo,
where tho caso Is likely to bo tried
at the May term ot the circuit court. We
understand the counsel on both sides ar0
anxious to cet the case before the su
tiremo court in soon a no'tible, as it
must ultimately be decided by that tr!
One ot tho most brutal tights that has
occurred In this cltv for years, was the
occasion of considerable excitement
tho levee yesterday morning. A number
of darkies were at work coaling a boat
lying at the wharf, when a negro askei
the man superintending the worn tor
Job." lie said ho would work tor "two
bits." Another iiarwey steppeu up aim
offered to do the same work for lifted
nntit J lfllirll 1111,111, 1111, HrriI.llIirK(!Y llll''l V
nnd he challenged the man who "under
bid" him tor a tight, and the second man
didn't object. They went to beating and
scratching each other, when thu larger
darkey's face got too close lor the smaller
one to resist the temptation of grabbing
his antagonist by the lower Up with his
teeth and shutting down on It, com
nletely tearing the Up oil; leaving the In
lured darkey Willi a frlKiiltui lace to
A. Hallky. A Iliiclot of table- nnd
pocket cutlery, also spades, shovels
luiM. rakes. lorKs.nxcs mid a general uno
nf hardware Just received by A. Halley
1 115 Commercial avenue. 2-lS-Uin.
Uly of ttilrn,
p.iinred and varnished, for sale at hall
price ($2.50) at tho Uui.i.ktin otuce.
r.vnv'n ICatiuiimx make beautiful
irlossr, luxuriant hair; prevents Its rall-
ma wit, ur ":.r
tell Ol u years. i ununiiiuHv ijnmM
and lm 110 rtvui. .i-ionicwy
The election of yesterday passed oil'
very quietly. The voting throughout
tho day was spirited, but the het of feel
ing was manifested by candidates mid
all concerned. The following I a sum.
inary of the vote by wards :
Stocktleth'. majority 15
Wilcox 1 elected alderman.
Stewart 1 10
Itlakc ' 13:1
Stocktleth' majority, -H
llccrwari 1 U
ThWtlcwood's niaiorll v.,..
TIIIKD WAKD. (
Wright' majority 100
11 KC A P I T U L A T I O -N .
STKWAltr'.S VOI K.
Fifth Wnrd 100
First Ward 2
Second Ward L"
Third Ward 154
Fourth Ward 23
Fifth Ward ' '
First Ward I"'
Second Ward i"
Third Ward '"
Fourth Wnrd 1C0
Filth Ward "
Slewurt over Hnwkins no
Stewart over Axley 203
Hawkins over Axley 11 1
Stocklleth over Make 25
C.uno, I1.1,., Monday, Kvknimi, 1
Antii. 17, 1670.
UuMness has been very tpilet since our
last Issue, but there are Indications that
this will be a better week. Tlie weather
ha been unsettled for several days, which
has been the cause, to n great extent, for
tho dullness, but to-day It Is clear and
pleasant, with Indications that It will be
more favorable for business transactions.
Tho rivers nro rising ngaln.
Flour has been very unlet and transac
tions have been light, but It Is the opln
Ion of our merchants that thero are Indi
cations of better times. Stocks are well
supplied. Hay remains about a It has
been all winter very dull. '1 hu market
Is full, and thero Is but very llttlu de
mand. Corn Is quiet, 'iheru H but
small supply an J the demand Is light.
The receipts of oats have been light, and
the supply is only moderate '1 110 de
mand I fair, and prices are pretty linn
Mixed nro held nt 10 ti lth. Tliciu Is
not much meal on the market, but thwro
Is plenty for the demand a sale aro
nw. Ttrnn U very dull nt prices last
uoted. No sales were reported There,
eelnts of butter have been liberal ; tl
supply1 Is more than equal to the demand
and nrlccs have a downward tendency.
Eggs sold high on Saturday, sevorm lots
havluir been disposed ot nt 14 cents. The
trade is well supplied now, and 12) cents
Is an outeldo llguro, Poultry has been
Equitable Life Assurance
SOCIETY, OP NEW YORK
On tho Savings Bank Plan fop Your Own Benefit;
Or L1PR or ENDOWMENT POH OUH8ELT AND FAMILY.
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
SURPLUS 6 4,515,012 48.
ASSETS $29,030,087 70.
E. A. BURNETT, Agt.
coming In pretty Ircely. There I a good
supply and price are weaker. Sweet
potatoes nro lu fair demand at quotations
ItfJ-Our friend should bear lu mind
that the price here given are usually
for sales from first hands In round lots,
lu filling order and for broken lots It I
nc:essary to charge nn advance over
The market Is well supplied, and trade
has leeu light. Wo note the sale of 500
I barrel vnriou grades, !?3 fiO&O 50 ; 170
barrel various grades city, SI 7"7 50 ;
100 barrel various grades, $4 50Cj,7 25 ;
300 barrels varloiw grades, $10X0 75 ; 100
barrels $1 25 ; 300 barrels various grades
Hay Is running along about as la't re
ported. There Is an abundance still here.
anil sale. arc verv slow. The only sale
noted was that of 2 cars good mixed, $10.
The corn trade Is light. There Is agond
demand, and the supply I fair. Sales
noted were I oar white in burlaps 47e ;
200 sacks white, 10c.
Thero is only 11 limited supply of outs
in the market, receipts having been light.
The demand 1 moderate, and they nre
held pretty firm at 3tit(;c. In sacks for
Thcicls very little meal being sold.
There I not much In the market, but
ulentv lor the demand. We note the
sale of 2 car. country 52 15.
Uran I very dull at price last quoted.
The market it full. Xo sales were re
Thu market Is well supplied with but
ter, ami the demand Is limited. Sales
were 5 tubs choice Xorthern 30c; 4 pack
ages choice Xorthern 30c; 4 packages
choice Xorthern 2Sc; 1 box Northern roll
25c; (ipaili Southern IUInols,23c;4 tubs
2:; 3 packages Southern Illinois, 25c.
There Is a good supply of egg, and the
demand 1 fair. Sales noted wero 100
dozen lie, Saturday morning; 500 dozen
12Jc, Saturday morning.
Kccelpts ot poultry have been more
liberal, aud the supply 1 good. The de
mand U limited. Sale noted wero 1
coop hens, $1; 1 coop mixed, $3 75; I
coop hens, $1 ; 1 coop mixed chickens,
We note the sale of 10 bbls $2 50.
We note the sale of 20 boxes Lnt ting's
HIDES AND FUL'S.
Hides and furs are quiet at quotations.
llinr.s-Dry Hint, 1213c; dry salted
10llc; green saftcd, r)Jflc; damaged
Fi'iii Ueavcr Xo. 1 $2 50; Xo. 2
$1 50; No. 3 SI; Xo. l 50c. Otter Xo.
ISO; No. 2 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.
Mink Xo.l $1; Xo. 2 75c; Xo. 3 COc;
Xo. 410c. Kaccoon Xo. 1 70c; o. 2
40b ; Xo. 3 20c ; Xo, 4 10c. Skunk o.
I 85c Xo. 2 00c; Xo. 3 30c; Xo. 4 15c.
Fox Gray Xo. 1 $1 ; Xo. 2 75c ; Xo. 3
50o ; red fox Xo. I SI ; Xo. 2 75c.
Opossum Xo.l 10c; Xo. 2 Pn; Xo. 3
5c, .Muskrat -Xo. 120c; No. 2 15c; No.
3 10c. Uear No. I $10; No. 2 $7; No.
$3; No. 4 SL Wolf Mountain No. 1
S2 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No. 3 $1 ; No. 4 5c;
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 SI 23 ; No. 2 00c.
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut 10c. Uadger
Sur.r.P Pi:i,TS-Green 75c$I 25; dry
lOGOOc; shearlings 1020c.
Wo quote salt in car load lots, $1 00 ;
less than car load Jots, SI 75.
Steamer Jim FIsk, Paducah.
.los. U. Williams, tow, X. O.
" Charley Dowen, tow.Nnshvlllc.
Vint Shlnkle, Cincinnati.
" Hlekory, St. Louis.
" Kobcrt -Mitchell, Cincinnati.
' Grand Republic, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim FIsk, Paducah.
" Jos. a. WiIllams,tow.Pittsburg.
Colorado, St. Louis.
" Charloy Uowen, tow, Memphis.
' VlntShhikle, MemphlB.
' Hickory, Up Ohio.
Kobcrt Mitchell, New Orleans,
The Colorado came up from below with
nlr trip lor St. Louis Tho Grand
Kepubllc landed ut tho wharl at half after
seven last evenlug loaded to the gsiints.
She" was visited by moro than live hun.
drcd people while lying here, wi.o an
assent that sho Is tho finest boat that w as
overbuilt. Sho added a small amount ot
freight here. .The Kobcrt Mitchell
arrived from Cincinnati yesterday
morning with r,P
She askled about 250 tons hero for Now
OrlcanS! and cot away during the night
The Vint Bhlnkle from Cluehmatl
eamc down with n fair trip. She pnt eff
omc city freight, but added very little.
and lelt for Memphis Tho bbr Joe
V illiam passed up from New Urleaaa
for Pittsburg with a tow of empty coal
barges, on Monday night Tho Char
Icy Uowen a.ed down from Xfuhrllle
for N em phis with .1 tow of salt, nails and
SoMP.ritiNO Xkw. The lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
the latest and the best ever made, at A,
Halley's, who Is now .selling his largo
tock ol stoves tin and brittana ware at
greatly reduced price. Give him a call
before you purchase, 113 Commercial a?
Of the TIium Rftjulrc
In t.e administration of household affsln.
Tils hclnjr true, the Surcft and best
wny to Kconoinlze In your
Dry Oooda 33111m
Is to liuy Your Goods of
Von w ill irofU by It If yen 4 !
You will I.ovcliy It If yon dm
The largest ami best selected stock ever
brought to Cairo. Warranted all FiriU
Clie-x. Ladies can buy Callcoo kt Htrt
msn's store ut troiu c to 7 cents per yard,
wlitch flow koIik. oM fogy, grab-all store
aM; 8 and 1(1 cents lor.
lO'O Yard' Willie llrocadc at 20 cents; con
sidered cheap nt Xt cent.
:; W Ymdj Urocatici at to cents; w mid be
cliuap at SO ce nt f.
Ordinary Ulcachcd Muslin 'ij cents;
Good Ulcachcd Muslin 8
Same goods sell elcwhere for 12o,
l.;ull'.'.-i' Cahnierc Shawls $L26;
Cross Uar Nausooks, 15e; worth 31c
50 Dozen Ladles' all Linen llnnkcrebiefj
at 12$ cents; worth 25 cents.
25 D0.011 Gents' nil Linen IlandkercbleU
at 25 cents; worth 40 cents.
Ginghams, American and Imported, very
An Immense Stock of Ladles' Hosiery at
Prices to Suit tho Times.
Ribbons, Gros Grain and Oil Uolled, all
widths aud colors, cheaper thau can tw
purchased adywhero else.
10 Do. Linen Towels, full width, at JSJc;
worth 25 cent..
Cashmere Neckties 40 cents ; sold, ehje
whero for $1.
20 Do. Silk Fans 15 cents; worth 35 cU.
200 Yards, Dlllercnt Colors, 25 oenta;
worth 35 cents.
Lace Pillow Slips, lOcts.; Cheap at 85 CU.
SPRING OVERCOATS :
CO Gents' Spring Overcoats $5; would bo
Cheap at $15.
PANTS and VESTS j
Pant and Vests, $4; worth $10;
Pant, $1; worth $1.75.
1000 Mens' nnd Uoys' Hats, 50 ct?., wort
thrwe times tho money.
10 Dozen Percale Shirts, 2 Collar! with
each shirt, nt $1; cheap, nt $2. Walli
Ladles Side Lacing Kid Shoes $i 00
Misses Kid Shoes 1
worth $2 25.
CJilIdrens' Pearl nud Uuff Colored
Kid Shoes at ( 100
Mens Calf Ties IW
worth $3 60. ,, ,
Mens' Full Stock flow Shoes....,..., 1 80
worth $3 25.
Mens' Full Stock Urogans, single
or double sole, X 10
worth i 25.
But why enumerate? It Is Impmtoto
to list all articles ad jrlces. Com ad
tee for yourself, aalasetiruifiil
prioea an Ml, bMer Us th mm
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