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A90AI.ON 1.0DUK, NO. M.
KiiIrIiIs of I'jrllilavinwU wry Krl
itny nlklit t half-pant men, in (Mil-
Filtowi' Hall. Howie,
At.KX.INOKH I.OOUK, NO. 1 221.
ItnlnTnilcnt unlor or uan-iw
c IUWB. crrjf inuiniwi .,,"
t iinfr.iu.ai Mc.ii. In their nail on
oiumiTclal ft-emic, twtwwti " lv"'"i
-1AIKO KNCA M I'M K.NT, I. O. O. IT., inula
Vui UiM-IVltowa' Hull on tlie flnttaml third
i ii-.(La in i t t ry iimntll, at hiilf-nit wen
.1)10 J I ('(WUHAN, til'
a CAIRO I.0IM1I:, NO.CT.A.K. A A. M.
Jj rnilnr oiiiiintiiilmllcinn In Ma-
V? iKinln Mull, tvitn. r CoiHincrclul avenue
'"uil Clclitli nihil, on the second and
niirlli Monilnv nfrnrti month.
White goods mill Hums, Inclildlnj; .'ill
kinds nf while wear for cult for ladles
niul children, nt Ilurj-cr & CVs. 'J'Iic
tirtccs of then) joods arts extremely low.
mid thu stock Is n must attractive one
llurrnli lor HhIiIch.
.Sleeping carrluiK and prcumbul.itors,
lor babies ol nil Mt's, lit price raiij-Ini,'
from $S H) to $-, at Win. KtchhofiV Air
nlture lactory, comer Seventeenth street
niul Wasliliicton avi imr. l-lt-lm
Jenls I'liriilaliliiir (JimmI-i.
.1. Hurler A, Co., have added to their
stock this sprint: one of Hie llnest Milro
lions ol KtnlV furnlsldiifr oods ever
drought to OiU city. Gentlemen aro ln-
itoil to call and examine goods before
Th'! Centennial 1 tcfrlgerntor the. latest
improvement ni.il tho bet ever made;
also a line assortment of haidware and
cutlery at great ly reduced price-, at A.
Ilidleys, No. lir Commercial avenue.
t'.lrunnl . lll.
l!ihbon., fans and pnrnol, latest styles
and lowest prices for sale at Hurler A
(Vs. Also an exquisite lot of cashmere
and ecru tie.", In the newest designs.
I'n nil In re ln'.
Win. F.lchholl'hasjuit filled his ware
house and factory, corner of 17th street
and Washington avenue, with the
largest r tock and most complete variety
of furniture ever oficred In the Cairo
market, lie means limine, and will
.'ell lor en-h only at rock bottom llgures.
It I." only nece.ary to examine his stock
mid prices to sntl-ry yourselves as to
(iiallty and cheapness, and that now l
the time to buy. I 12-lm
George I.attner, proprietor of tho New
Kxeelslor Saloon, Commercial avenue,
three door' below Sixth street, Is bounil
to became the popular report of the city.
Tills morning at 10 o'clock he will Inau
gurate a new feature in his line ofbuM
nes. to-wlt: He will resume specie pay
ment pay out silver In making change
A free lunch every morning at 10 o'clock.
The bar l stocked with I'il-iier beer, and
the best ol v. lues, Ihpiors and cigars.
(Jive the Kxcelslor a call it Is the place
for the bct beer, and hard money, tl'
Hurler & o. have a beautiful assort
ment of drrs goods ol all klnd, and
sllk. summer 'llks as low as sixly cents
per yard. These are splendid bargain.
Call ami fee them liefore the rush.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lots,
In exchange for St. I.oul.s properly.
Tho south hall of the "Fllot" hoii'o at
House on Ninth slreet, between Wal
nut and Cedar streets, lately occupied by
.1. Schlesinger, $15.
House 011 Twelltli street West ol Wal
nut, rooms and kitchen, $11.
liu-lncss home on Kevcetrcet, above
A good cottage 011 Twenty-Ninth
street, near Commercial avenue.
Store loom 011 Commercial avenue,
next to Waverly hotel, 10.
Cottage of I rooms on Twenty-third
otreet, $0. Good yard and cistern.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twcnty-th'.rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'oplar streets, $12 f0.
Store room adjoining above, $8.
House on Commercial avenue, above
Ninth street, suitable lor bu-incss and
House on Walnut street, near Center
pleasant premises, $12 50.
House on Commercial avenue, near
10th street. Suitable for business and
Tenements numbered 2, 7, 8 ami
0, Winter's How, 5 rooms each for $10
per mouth. Will be put in llivt-class
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Halley.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
.lellerson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and pteml
fes. lEenl low, to a good ten tut.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Itoouis In various parts ol the city.
FOR IvKASKOR SAI.K.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
SoMirriitsii Nkw. The lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn nnd egg beater,
tho latest nnd the best ever made, at A.
lialloy's, who Is now selling his large
stock ot stoves, tin and brittana ware at
greatly reduced prluoj. oivo lihn a call
betoro you pureliaso, 115 Commercial av
Wo are Informed that the Indies who
have tho management of the festival to be
given lor tho benefit of tho German
Lutheran church, hnvo signified their In
tention to Imvo no lottery gamci of any
kind connected with the ullnlr; The
finest ol relrcshmentH will be served to all
who may dcslro them, nnd every effort to
ninke tho festival ono of enjoyment will
A splendid selection of cheviots just
received at Ooldstlnn & Roseuwutcr's.
We lurwiulliotlC'l lonnnounre Hint II. A. Kit
liiiiijl,i,iflMiii IniU'iwtnlrnt Iti'imlilkun emull
ttute lor Midlir, nl tin- rimilUK county 1 lo tion.
Wenre aiitliorlnt loiiiiiioiince I'KTKHMAUI',
fur mi IndriH iidi iit riinilliliili! lor Mu rllf or Al
I'kmiilirrouiity, nt the ciitliliiK rolllity i lH tlnn.
itA i r.s or Aiivi:itrtsi.i.
CJ"AII bills for mlvcrtltliiK, are Our niul pay
alile IN .UlVANCK
Trarli iit wUi lilting will U- Inx rlcl ut lliv
rule nftl 10 .cr square for tlie first Ih'crlloii
11ml .Vi u ntil for each iulirucnl one A III nil
illiuviunt will lcma! on Lih'1liii; uml i1y
Fur ImmtIIiik funeral iinlira l Nolle ol
linfllu;( of soclctlea or mrnt onli r fsi wiita for
nmrrh, Socltty, Ki-sIItaI anl Suir notice
will only lie Intcrteil nsa'hertl'inifntii
No mherllnrmrnt will U' rrceltcl at leas Hum
bircnta, nml no n'lMrtlKiiit'iit will Ik- IiixiIiiI
fur Ins Hum llirie ilollura mt tuotilti
Local Bualncas Notice, of
ton llneaor morv, InaertcU
In tbn Bullotlu aa followa :
CommoncuCountlnir ut tun Linen.
Ono Insertion par lino & Oanta.
Two lnanrtlonapor Una . 7 Cuta.
Ytirco inaertlona vor Una. .......10 Oenta.
HIk tniiotlona nr lino . 1ft Cnntn.
Two woakn per lino. 25 Conta.
una monm par una no ukihs.
No Itoiiuctlon will be made In above
- 1 . j
TUJSlJAV. APRIL 25. 1S70.
Stuart I Mm
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS !
815,000 Worth of Dry
Goods to be Closed out
in Thirty Days.
Having determined to go out
of tho Dry Goods business, we
offer oUr entire stock at FIRST
COST. Wo do not mako this
statement for the purpose ol
influencing trade. WE MEAN
BUSINESS. Our Stock will
bo found the freshest and best
selected in this market.
This may be the only op
portunity which ever may be
offered to procure strictly sea
sonable and new goods at posi
tive JOBBERS PRICES. An
immediate settlement of all ac
counts duo tho firm, is deman
ded, and no more credit will be
Now is tho time to secure
the greatest bargains ever of
fered in this city.
Our stand and fixtures, ac
knowledged to be the best in
the city, aro offered for sale.
I.ornl Wrtttlicr Itrport.
Caiho, III., Ajirilil, Me.
IU11. I Ilia. I Wixo. I Vel. I Weatii.
:w mi 1 ol 'l.v 1
30.071; , 61 j xiv 1
J 1 1I0
M.mi , r,i 1 .
9) wo t,s 1 X
Swaiit. Slsnnl srrvk'v, V S. A.
lu-t received hy Goldatlne & Itofen
I'resh arrival ol a very lnrjje a3?ort
ment ol indies' and penis' hid gloves at
I.lui'ii I'ii per.
Linen llbrc, plate II11M1, letter and note
paper at tho llt'M.UTi.v olllce. Itlueaud
erenin lahl, Velow St. Louis prices.
Mnaliiiirro l.iici'miiiil Xi-llinuw.
Cashmere laco and iifttlu, a fplemlid
assortment, certain to please the ladies,
Just III, at .). Hurler & Co. :i-2I-tf
A beautiful lino of new embroideries
Just received by the ri'oofinucd 'embroid
er) houo" of Cairo .1. Hurler & Co.
Ladles" linen and alpaca sulls, lieauti
lully mailt) and . lylislily trimmed, for
sale at .1. Hurler & CoV. Tlicu uits
are wiling as low as material can be
boujiht in tills city. Call and seu them.
Tills popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
treet and Washington avenue, U open to
the public. Tiiu bar U supplied with
pure wines, choice llipiors and tho llnest
lirands of cigars.
:t-'Jj.liu A. Knot's, Proprietor.
Ilouxflieviier. Allen I Ion.
Do you know that .1. Hurler & Co. are
in receipt of n inuKiilllccntllno o( carpels
and oil clothe, all the very latest styles
ami designs 'i Tho Hist arrival of tho i-ea-son.
Stop in and r-xanilim their stock.
IIoiiki' 'urillNliliii: (IimmIh.
This department ut .!. Hurler k t'o.V
store on Coniiuercial avenue, contains a
stock ol table linens, towels, napkins,
inarselllesfiulllM, etc., etc., which will de
light lie cyo of every housekeeper
These jfoodsuroollercd u paulu prices
and will jro oil like hot cakes.
,lut received, a larKestoek ot Sliaw's
Kefiierators, nnd Whltu .Mountain triple
motion, Icecream freezers ; also u laru
supply of wlro t-crccn cloth for doors
and windows, all at rock-bottom prices,
('. W. 11i:nim:uo.V,
Corner 12th street and Commerela
To I". llellViron and Ret ypur j;ooils t.
Kurille'i of cost. If
The police courti were quiet n? usual
yeilcrday. The only victims were n
coujile of men who were up lor plain
Ilrlliiiiirnt Tn I.Ut,
All real estate delinquent tor taxes will
be placed In Hie hands ol the printer, May
1st. Inst. Ar.K.v. 11. Iitvi.v,
I l.Vtd County Collector.
The funeral of tho Infant child of .Mr.
and .Mrs. .I0I111 Smith, took place yester
day afternoon. There was a very large
attendance of the fi lends of the family
ho nyinpathl. with the parenls in
('ioicrtiKi lor Hull-.
Cooper shop, barrel house, dwelling
hoiift- and three lots, all fenced and with
good gates. AIo lull Mock or tools for
all kinds of work. Tho whole will be
old very cheap. Apply at chop near
Narrow (Jauge depot, foot of Fourth
lo I UK Annr,
We learn that the linn or Face, Llilolt
it Co. Is about to be dissolved, Mr.
Face going out ol the houe. Mr. Face
and family will remove to Ashley, their
former home, for which place they will
leave Cairo about the first ol June.
The Mri'thisr I o.lilelll. )
Let no one forget the meeting to be
held at the council chamber to-night.
.The subject to bo diM'usacd Is ol vital Im
portance to tux-papcrs, and every prop
erlv owner In thecity 'hould attend the
meeting and take part in the proceed-
J Ik (irrimui Nrlmol.
The German school building, which
was destroyed by lire on Saturday night,
was Insured for twelve hundred dollars,
and the school furnlturo for thrco hun
dred, making a total ol fifteen hun
dred dollars. We understand that a new
building will he erected at no distant
time where (he burned house stood.
I'hll Saup lias renovated and refur-nli-hed
his Ice cream parlors throughout
with costly furniture and lino carpets,
making It one of tastiest and pleasauest
place of resort In the city, where pure
Ice creams of all flavors and pure quality
will be kept every day for his patrons.
Washington avenue, Huder's block.
.1 .Mrnt TiiUrr.
On Sunday night some one who was
undoubtedly hungry unto stealing, went
to the cieat shop ot Nick Williams, corn
er Twentieth street and Washington ave
nue, hol-ted one of the back windows,
went in, and when he went out. took
with him a quarter of a hog, a couple of
beef roasts, and several b'.'cl tongues.
For n clea.i shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .1.
George StciiihuiHc on Kiglith street,
Alexander County Hank building. Ills
shop is always neat; his towels always
clean ; his ai-t:iuts always polite, and
Ills tables covered with the latest dally
papers, lor the benelitof hl customers.
We Kill attention to tiio advertisement
of tlie Fquitable Life Assurance Society
tills morning, and recommend the com
pany to all who desire a safe Investment
of a comparatively small sum of money,
by means of which n man may Increase
his present property, may secure In
stantly a .ure support for those depen
ucnt upon him, or provide for hlm-elf a
snug stun to bo paid fifteen or twenty
Mr. Frank J. Feeker, who for the past
two years has been Identified with the
firm ol It. F. Furkcr, and later with the
firm of Wake Si C., having accepted a
situation with a Chicago firm, left for
that city on Sunday night. Mr. Pecker,
during his slay In Cairo, inadu many
friends, and now that lie I gone the boys
will miss him. He has the good wishes
Illinois Cfntrul Itntlrowl I'oimuny,")
rn Avrnl. !-
VI1UC Kt'IltTUl OIlUItT
Culro, Aiirll 11, !b0. 1
To tliosu wishing to attend tho Odd
Fellows' ctlebratlou at D11 Quoin, April
20th, we will sell excursion tickets at
one and one-llfth faro ($:i.7o) for round
trip; tickets good to return April 27th,
inclusive. Ja.mi'si Johnson,
It General Southern Agent.
Toe I'll I r mill tYotlviil To.Mulit.
Tho fair and festival, for tho benefit of
the German I.uthcrn church commences
in Geyer's building. Commercial avenue,
to-night. It is given hy the ladles of the
congregation, who liavo spared no time
or labor in their efforts to make It pleas
ant and enjoyable for every body, and tliu
public should reward them with a liberal
patronage. The festival will bo contin
ued to-morrow night, so that all may be
given an opportunity to attend.
NI111II hkIIiivc 11 t'onrcrl.
Now that tho National Cornet Hand
boys have capped the climax by oneot the
gayest and most pleasant parties of the
season, can't wo prevail upon them to
give us an open air concei t? They Jin
turn, as well as the other bands of the
city, have been solicited to open the con
cert bcusoii, but neither h.ivo thus far
to compiled with the request. Give us n
concert, say on Friday or Saturday
night, and wo will be happy.
Tin, 'ullfii Hull l.llHt N'lKlll.
Tho calico ball, given hy tho National
Cornet band, ut Turner's ball last even
ing, was attended by a good crowd of la
dles and gentlemen. Tho ladles were
prctllv attired In their neatly niudu call
cos, and presented u most charming ap
pearance at least so thought tho young
men. The ball was ono of tho most
pleasant that lias taken place during tho
season, and the members ot the hand de
serve credit lor tho manner In which
they conducted tho management of It.
Kverybody wos well pleased.
The Murphysboro IndtixmUnl In speak
er the prospect for 0 fruit crop says: "We
learn that peaches nnd other fruits nre
not so badly damaged by frot as antici
pated, and more than hall crop may be
expected. In this county, we are credit
ably informed by parties living in the
dlU'erent townships, the fruit propects
look equally as favorable. The straw
berry plants have not been damaged at
all, mid in this county we will have an
unus.'illy large crop.
routine tn Cairo.
We understand that an effort will be
made to have Miss Llla Morris, sister ol
Air. W. II. Morris, of tills city, come to
Cairo and sing In the Hplscopal choir,
during Ihe absence or Mrs. W. P. Ilalll
day, who will leave shortly ror a trip in
the south, to recruit her health, which
has been falling for EOtnu time. Miss
Morris is a finely cultivated slngfr, and
Is said to possess a roloo rarely equaled.
We hope, now that the leading spirit of
tho choir Is to leave, that Mls Morris
will accept the Invitation. Our people
are used to good singing, nnd can appre
ciate her, ir she will favor us Willi a visit.
The l.uH ol the Neanin.
Tho Ladles' Centennial Association'
last party, it should be remembered is to
take place at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
llo-enwater, on Klghtli street, to-night.
It will be made pleasant for all, nnd n
cordial Invitation is extended to the
friends of the association to be present.
The llnest refreshments, consisting or Ice
cream, cake, iced tea, and other delicacies
will be served. Good music, by some or
tlicbet musical talent of the city will be
one of the features or the evening. The
members of the association. In accord
anco witli the request ol the president,
will appear in costume.
Mens' fine shoes in great variety at
l-2.-rt O. IIavoiioux & Co.
I J mil Iliiiikrtit Stiilp.
Now Is your last chance to get your
goods at less than cost, as I have bought
the whole bankrupt stock or Hellbron &
Well, consisting of dry goods, Motions,
clothing, etc.. at such low prices that en
ables me to give everybody bargains that
will sati-fy even the hardest customer.
I will continue the business nt the old
stand ol Hellbron & Weil only lor thirty
days longer, and all tliu goods must be
sold within that time on account of re
moval. He on hand In time, before all
the bargains arc gone, as I mean bus.
lies". Solomon P.u:i:iui, ol Cin.
1--1 m 112 Commercial avenue.
In the City.
Miss Fertle Munn, formerly ol Cairo,
now ot Chicago, is visiting at the resi
dence ol Circuit Clerk I'ube Vocum, on
Mr. Henry Flancrtand lady.ol Thebes,
aro in the city. Mr. Planert was lately
in the merchandising business nt Thebes,
and met with severe losses by fire, his en
tire stock having been consumed.
Gen. Green 0. l'atim, of Golconda",
was at the St. Cileries hotel yesterday.
The general Is ltcquently spoken or by
the Itadl:al papers or tho district as a
candidate for congress. The probability
Is however, that he lias had experience
enough hi the business or running for
congress and being defeated.
Exiiinlne the immense stock or shoes
nnd dry goods bought on the late decline
and Just opened by
4-25- It O. IlAYTHOliN- & CO.
A Xo. I l.iiiimlry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avej;
nues, hag one or tho best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and laud
lords ol hotels and boarding houses will
llud It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices nre as lollows: Hotel
and boarding-house washing 7." cents
per dozen. For piece work prices aro as
follows: Single ehlrt and collar, 10c; per
dozen, 80c; socks, fie; two collars, fie;
two haudkerehlefs, oc; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extru trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, Si Me ; ladles' nnderwnre, line
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-tf.
1000 yards Hamburg embroideries at
5 cents a yard, at O. Haytiiok.v & Co.
I -25-1 1
St. Charles J. P. Lamb, Chicago; J
N. Clark, lllrdvlile, Mo.; Henry Planert
and wife, Thebes; Fleet C. Mercer nnd
John G. Moore, Lexington, Miss.; Ilenty
J. Hart nnd U. F. Marx, St. Louis; P. II.
Dennis. Chicago; O. C French, Green
ville, Miss.; A. S. Ilelow, Kvansvllle; T.
W. McCoy and Green II. Itaum, Gol
couda; II. Vlsseman and J. II. Long,
Malbourue, Australia; T. I). Sehuncks
and L. Campbell, Toronto; F. J. Miller,
Pittsburg; J. Meyer, New York; Miss
Lucy Jones, Huntington, W. V11.
Planters Kdward Salin mid Charles
Sohn, Qulncy; George M. Moore,
Charleston, Mo.; Louis Staid, Omaha,
Neb. ; Fred. Turner, Metropolis ; John
Hay and W. S.llay, Illaudvllle.
'I'lio Taylor lloy'N .Mlnslrt'l Perform
The members of tliu Taylor Literary
club, having been diligently tit work
preparing and rehearsing for their long
talked of minstrel performance, have ut
last, they feel coulldent, got everything
necessary to insure the success of tho en
tertainment completed, ami it will take
place within a very short time. Tho
very best humeroiis talent In tho city
will appear on this occasion. In the list,
which Is headed hy Cairo's favorite char
acter actor, Mr. W. 11. Morris, will bo
found John Heeve, John Oswald, John
Aisthorp, nnd all the members or Ihu old
coinpany,und several now ones. Among
tho new features to be presented, is h
challenge lg dance by Andrew Fox,
which for neatness and grace cannot bo
excelled by tho host man in Ihu pro
fcsslou, lu all, this will prove the
greatest success ot any entertainment
ever given by tho club, and will, In all
probability, bo tho last of tho kind they
will ever uudertakc.
c.wuo. Ii.i... Monday, Kvi.nimi, 1
Amu. 21, 187(1. i
Trade In the city during tho latter part
the week was quiet. Iluilness opened up
uilli but little lire (Ills morning, but it is
hoped will bo more active soon.
The wenther to-tlay Is cooler than It
has been Tor two weeks, after n light rain
The rivers have commenced falling.
Kates nre 12J and 25 tents through, and
17 and H5 cents way.
Transactions In ilour .since our last I-
sue have been very light; there lias been
no' change In prices. There lias been no
change in hay; it Is as dull us It can
poslbly get. There Is hardly anything
being done In corn: there Is very little in
the market, but plenty to supply the de
mand. Oats aro weaker; the demand Is
exceedingly ll'-ht; There is plenty In
market to supply the trade, but the
stock on hand Is very light. Meal Is
very quiet; there Is a good supply with a
light demand. Itrau u dull and plenty.
Butter Is plenty, and tho demand Is very
light, nnd will remain so, until the prices
are lowered to 25 cents ror prime North
ern, when It will sell readily.
Kggs are scarce; the demand Is good,
but there is not enough coining in to
supply the city trade. Poultry Is scarce
and In good demand. Choice opplcs are
scarce and In good demand at fancy
prices. Potatoes cannot bo nny duller
than they nre now; the market is full.
Sweet potatoes are selling very well, but
nl prc-ent, the market Is well supplied.
Itubarb Is arriving freely, but it is nearly
all so young and ctnall that it Is slow
sale. THK MAKKKT.
Cfa)"Oiir friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given arc usually
for sales from first hand- lu round lots.
In lllllug orders anil for broken lots it is
nciessary lo chargu an advance over
Flour Is very quite. Transactions have
been very light since our last report.
Prices are unchanged. The sales noted
were 200 bbls various grades, $ I 507 00;
300 bbls various grade, $5 OOftfi 00 ; 250
bbls various grade', $130(38 50; 250
bbls various tirades. S I -I0&7 :i5 : 100
bbls medium, 5 25.
II A Y.
Hay is extreme) dull. The market Is
still overstocked, and from appearances
Is likely to remain so for sometime to
come. No sales were reported.
Corn Is very quiet here. There is but
little In the market, but the supply Is
sufficient to satisfy tliu demand. We
note the sale of 150 sacks white, llic.
Oats are very quiet. There is not much
in the market, but plenty to supply the
demand, which Is light. Prices are
weaker. We note the sale of 2 cars good
Northern, In sacks, lOe.
The meal market Is very quiet. There
Is a good supply on hand, with a light de
mand. We note the sale ot 200 barrels
city steam dried, $2 30fi2 35.
There Is nothing dolnj: in bran. There
is a good supply on the market, and no
demand for it.
The market Is amply supplied with
butter, and the demand Is light. The
prices are too high ror the trade, and n
decline will have to come before trail.
actions will liven up. We note the sale
of 5 tubs choice Northern, 27c; 5 tubs
choice Northern, "lie; 11 pall Southern
Kggs aro scarce and l u good demand.
Tin: arrivals arc not sufficient to supply
the city trade. Sales noted were 100
There Is n good demand for poultry,
and there Is very little hi the market. We
note the sale ol 1 coop mixed chickens,
Choice apples aro wanted. There aro
none lu market, and raney prices will be
paid by the city trade.
Tlie market is full of potatoes, and
there Is none selling. A letter received
in this city states they areselllngln Mem
phis at 35c per bushel.
Wo noto tho sale ot -t barrets sweet po
The rhubarb being shipped to market is
too young and small, nnd it is slow sale.
Thcte is a big lot lu the stores. Wo note
the sale nf 100 pounds 35c.
We note the snlo of 2 calves 7Je.
We quote salt lu ear load lots, $1 GO ;
less than car load lots, $1 75. We note
the sale ot 100 barrels $1 75.
HIDES AND FUKS.
Hides and furs nre quiet nt quotation.
llim:s-Dry Hint, 1213e; dry salted,
10llo; green salted, uJQOo; damaged,
Fnts-Meaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
$1 50; No. 3$l; No. I COc. Otter-No.
l$0;No.2$J; No. 3 $2; No. 1 $1.
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75e; No. 3 50e;
No. 110c. Knccoon-No. 1 70e; No. 2
10a ; No. 3 20e ; No, 1 10c. Skunk No.
I 85o No. 2 100 ; No. 3 30o; No. I 15e.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75e ; No. 3
50o; red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75e.
Opossum No. 1 10c; No. 2 8o; No. 3
6c. Muskrat-No. 1 20c ; No. 2 lRo ; No.
3 10c. Hear No. I $10; No. 2 $7; No.
$3; No, 1 $1. Wolf .Mountain No. 1
$2 CO; No. 2 $1 75 ; No. 3 $1 ; No. I 75c;
Prnlrlo Wolf-No. 1 $125; No. 2M)o.
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut UK), lladger
SuKKi'l'iiUTS-Grcen 75c$ 25; dry
4000c; -shearlings 1020c.
Wo quote Paradise nnd Alt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3 ; nut. $2 ; delivered ear
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75;
delivered per single ton, lump, $ ; nut
25: K.ium or llnrrlil.n i ...
track per car load, lump. $27 ; nut, $ttj
delivered per ton, $3 50; Pittsburgh coal
cur loans on iracK, u w per ton : tuiicle
fil, flollt'ornil. CO "
The t'nlro 11 ml Vlnrpniiei Unllroiul
We take the following trout tliu Vln
Few people areprobably aware of the
Importance to this section, as well as the
licit of country trespas.etl by It, ol the
Cairo nnd Vluconnes railroad.
I'nder the ttlteletit nnd exceptionally
ahleinanageuientnf.Maj.il. L. Morrill,
tlie present superintendent, this road ha
grown up liom a weakly and dilapidated
concern Into 11 llrst-ehiss passenger nnd
Height route, lis road bed Isln llrst-rate
order, tlie rails connected with tho llsh
bar joint, tlie rails themselves very
heavy and full length, the rolling
stock new, iubitantial nnd llrst
class. It operates the "Texas
Through Line" of freight, and has com
mercial connections with nil through
Hues from the ocean in the Northeast to
the gulf In the Southwest. Freight lu
bulk Is transported through without
break between all Atlantic cities, and
every Important coniiuercial center of tlie
Passengers lor any point in (southwest
ern Kentucky, West Tennessee, Missis
sippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas,
will llud this tho shortest, most speedy
and comlortable line. Its coaches are
elegant, equipped with the Westillgliouse
air break, havlntr tmtent nl.itforins and
couplers, and the running nrrangements
all Unit speed, surety anil comfort could
Our peoplu should not be forgetful of
tlie importance ami value to tiiem nt tills
central route to the great .Southwet. It
is an Important lecuer to tliu retail busl
neS of Vlucenncss,and furnishes .1 cheap
outlet to the South for many of our agri
cultural productions. Having its north
eastern termini in this city, makes It, ton
certain extent, makes It one of tho most
important adluncts to the solid prosperity
ot our city nnd section, and as such, en
titled to the encouragement nnd support
of our merchants, shippers and farmers.
More gentlemanly olllcials. from su
perintendent down, may not bo found
anywhere than those having in charge
the trains nnd business of the Cairo and
Vlncennes railroad. Wo cordially Invite
the attention or nil Interested to the
special claims ot the road.
Special bargains in muslins nt Gold
stine it Kosenwater's. 3.20-tr
Kemember the National Cornet baud
Monday evening. April 21, and don't rail
to be In attendance. -It
P. Hellbron will glvu you bargalnslu
dry goods, notion, etc., ut llurirer's old
stand, Commercial avenue. tf
Go to Hurger's old stand, Commercial
avenue, If you want bargains lu dry
good. U U a great bankrupt sale, tt
100 cases or ladles' and children's
iocs just opened at
1-25-lt O. HaYTHOUS it Co.
P. lleilbrou has bought the entire
stock of W. Well & Hro., at Hurger's old
stand. See double column nnd bankrupt
Tlie National Cornet band hoys are
rushing things for their Calico ball on
Monday night, and n glorious time is an
A fact worth knowlu-r that P. Hell
bron Is giving greater bargains than ever
oflcrcd lu this city. tf
Stop nnd examine my goods be
fore you purchase. Corner of Ninth
street and Commercial avenue,
tl P. Hf.iuinoN.
- -A sliver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing .Machine, hard (piano) II11M1,
valued nt$S5. Will ho sold at $20dls
count, on good term, and ordered direct
from tlie factory.
Ililsiness House lately occupied by
Wood Kltlenhou-e it Co., on Levee be
low 11th street. Ke'il very reasonable.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, lu good order, on Twenty-
rourthnud Walnut streets. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west side or Com
merclal avenue near Fifth street, suitable
for shop and duelling. Kent for each, $S
Dwelling house, 5 rooms, on Filth
street near Walnut, in good repair. Kent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-first street, near Sycamore
north side. Kent $5, per mouth.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Populat. Kent low.
lliisement or brick building, west side
or Washington uvenue near Eighteenth
street, live rooms In good condition!
llullding on cast side or Commerela
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap lent.
llullding on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, olllces and rooms in vari
ous laeations. Keuts low.
Lots nnd lauds for sale or lease.
John (j. IIauman it Co.,
Iteal Estate Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. 3-15-tf
Oiilnu l liiiiiNim or Onlnruilu
Take tho Atchison, Topeka ami Santa
Fo railroad, tho new nnd popular lino
liom Atchison and Kansas City, via tliu
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City,
Cucliarus, Del Norte, Santa Fo nnd nil
points in Colorado, Nuw Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip IK) day tick
ets to Denver on sale May 15th, at $50,
taking lu the famous watering places 011
tho D. & It. G. road. Low emigrant
rates to tliu San Juan mines.
Pullman palaeo sleeping ears between
(lie Missouri river and tho Kocky Moun
talus without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City nnd Atchison in
union depots. For maps, time, tables
nnd tliu "San Juan guide," adddress,
T. J. Anhkiiso.v,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, ICan
Juar Itix'KiVKii' A. Hnlley ha Ju'
received a lino lot of canary and muck-Ino-
bird caves, flower stands, llower
trainers, baskets, nrchcr, hearts and
wreathes, which lie has niarked very low,
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. Ci,'A?IKs Watson,
'iTKinnt. Signal Stvlr, U, S. A.
Steamer Jn. Kick. Padueali. '
" Charley llowcn, tow, Memphis'.
" Thompson Dean, Cincinnati.
" Hickory, barges, Tenn., river.
" U.S. Turner, barges, N. O.
Polar Star, tow, St. Louis.
Arkansas I'.elle, Kvansvllle.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Kover, tow, Ohio river.
" Kddyvlile, Nnhvllle.
" Vint Sliinkle, .Memphis.
" James Howard, St. Louis.
Steamer Ja. Fik, Paducah.
" Hickory, tow, St. Louis.
" City of Helena, St. Louis.
" Kover. tow, St. Louis.
" II. S. Turner, barges, Chi.
" Polar Star, tow, Up Ohio.
" Arkansas Ilelle, Kvansvllle.
' Grand Tower. Vlcksburg.
" Kddyvlile, Nashville.
" Thtnnpsnn Dean, New Orleans
Vint Sliinkle, Cincinnati.
" James Howaid, New Orleans.
" Charley llowen, tow, O. river.
The Thompson Dean, arrived from
Cincinnati 011 Sunday. Shu had a veiy
light trip, both or freight and peo
ple. She got a little over 200 tons here,
and left for New Orleans yesterday
morning, still wanting a big lot or freight
to make out n trip.
The Kddyvlile camo down from Nash,
vllie on Sunday. She brought 121 pounds
tobacco for tlie South, and a lot of bar
Iron for other points. She took back a
light load, as usual.
Tho Grand Tower passed down for
Memphis and Vlcksburg on Sunday
night. Shu had n good big trip, nnd
made additions of 25 tons here.
Thu towboat Charley Howen, No. 2,
with a tow ot empty barges, was wind
bound yesterday lust above the Stone de
pot, and In trying to get out of her pre
dicament backed on to a pile and smashed
her w heel up considerably.
The Vint Sliinkle passed up from
Memphis on Sunday afternoon. She had
a goon trip. hlie had on
board also a line collection or rare
and beautiful flowers with which Old
Tubular (we don't know his other name)
Is supplying his friends and acquaintances
along the Ohio.
Tlie Arkansas Ilelle. as usual, came
down from Kvansvllle with a very light
trip, and went back likewise.
Tho City ol Helena, Captain McKcc,
came up trout Vlcksburg and Memphis
op Sunday night with the biggest up
stream trip of the season. She discharged
siime freight here, but refused a lot that
was oflcrcd her, und left Tor St. Louts. ,
Tho James Howard passed down
yesterday morning with an excellent trip.
S'.ie did nothing here.
The Flsk is tlie packet for Paducah
tills evening. She leaves nt live o'clock
The fast City of Alton, the Common
wealth, the Mollie .Moore, and the Grand
Lake, all leave St. Louis for New Orleans
The Polar came down from St. Louis
having in tow the Le Clare and .barges,
which she takes to the Tennessee river.
The Jim Flsk had a good trip last
night trout Paducah, including a lot of
tobacco und lumber, which goes South by
i lly or Cnlro,
colored and varnished, for sale nt half
price ($2.50) at thu Hullktix olllce.
Skk Koch. C. Koch, at his shop and
store room, No. 90 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
bis own make ; also a full stock of leather
and lindlngs lor sale; niul a
large stock of St. Louis cus
tom mtido boots and shoes. Ho
keeps thu best material and is up lu all
the latest styles. His tits nre perfect, and
satisfaction Is. guaranteed. Give him u
Fllty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries I
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Groen and Bl'k Tea.
AND OTIICR I'ltODDCK.
iix, 70 nml 7 Vine Rirrrt. OIN..O.
Straw & Felt Work?
U05 S. UiHIre!, HI. .nls, M.
I.nutlnir eittliluhment of the Wnt. I1LKACH
INU, fjYINO, AL.TK8IMU. and nil ktuit
Milliners' Work dona nrominly. ri'frlUocl
for lc. I hrge Mi on icixvl .