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ascalon i.oixh:. NO. 61.
KiiIkIjI of l'yllilns, mwU every Krl
nlnlit st lialr-pait irnvcii, mOiM
relloW- llllll. ' inmi
AI.K.VANOKIt I.OIIUK, NO, m
ItKli-tit'inlriit Ortler of OiM-Kel
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J.m.nit ti;lil avenue, UHttwii shtli unJ sievrnth
.Trrtw- m huir-iiuai seien. in im-ir nan mi
rf'li III V4 I.UIK N (I
' Hill" i:.U AMI'MKNT, I. O, O. r. iiieHa
in wi'i-reiHi- iiiiii mi hip urii iiihi mini
iiifjili) iiivt intuitu, in nniiuni Dicil
.Inii II (iuMI VN, C 1'
A I WHO I.OIKli:, No 'iff, A. I'. A A. .11,
iimi'i n'LMii.ir ruiiiiiiiinii'illliniti ill ailt
tr" ' .'.ii ..iuvi ...iimui-iimi uiiiiu''
' Mii'l l.i.tl.tli !iul, iin tl:i' m'con.l mill
ill in 'HMriity ill IH.'II lll'llllll.
White L'omh ami Ilnim. Itiulinllni; nil
l.ihili of white near lnr suit for hulle.
nnil fhlhlri'ii, nl Hurler A Cn'f. The
irltcfl of tlii'M- jruoil art1 '.(i ctiu-ly low.
mill the .sloch Is iim-t itttracllve one.
Iliirruli lir iluhlei.
Sleeping unrri.'iKCH ami iireaiiiliulatorH,
for hahle ol nil .!, at inleea nuiylnj:
from $-1 SO oi-i, at Win. Klchhotr fur
niture lactory, comer Seventeenth Mrevt
nnil Wiclilnutou nvi'iiuc. l-ll-lnr
drill' I'liriilolilliir (iiiuilo.
I. Hurler it Co., Iiavu willed to their
stock thM Fiirlnif out' of tho Illicit .vice.
lions ot Kent' lurnUhlnjf xwuU ever
drought to tilt city, (icntlcnicii fire. In
vltcil to call anil examine (jowls Iffoie
Th" Centennial ItclrlKcralor the latest
iniDrovcuicnt ai.il Mm licit over tnnitc;
alfo a line assortment of hardware anil
cutlery at urcatly uiluml irlies, at A.
Ilalleyp, No. llf Coinmerclal avenue.
Dlt'Kltllt . l llll .
Itlhbons, fan, unit parasols, lalest tles
mill lowest prices for salt- at Hurler A.
o's. Also mi exijuMtulnt of eahmere
and ecru tl", In the nc-wet desIfjiiF.
Win. r.lcliliotl'lia-i JuU Illicit his ware
house1 nnil factory, comer of 17th street
anil WaftliliiKtou avenue, with the
larjjeit toi:k anil ino-t eoniiete ariely
of furniture ever ollcrcil In the, Cairo
market, lie mean hu-lness, ami will
tell lor eah only at rock bottom ll'urc.
It Is only ncct:iary to examine, his htock
and price io Mtl'fy onreIveii as to
quality ami cheapness, ami thai now i
the time to buy. 1-12 Im
Hurler & Co. have :i bc-.-tiitirul .-1501 1
incut of tires? jrooils ot all kind', mid
Mil.. Miimiii-rfcllk as low lcty cents
per yard. The-t: nru plcnihd bargain.
"all and ! them bcfoic theruOi.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
- Alexander enmity lamN, atro lo!?,
In cxclianyi) for .St. I.ouls pmpcrly.
The Miuth hall or the "I'ilnf hon-'at
- 1 1 oil-c (ill S'intli -treet. between Wal
nut and Cellar Mrcet.s, lately occitiied by
Hoiih1 on 'I'wclitli street We;t ol Wal
nut, r rooms mid Kitchen,
I Sif-ltiois-t Iimi'i; on I.e cc street, above
A xood cottage on Twenty-Xliilli
rtreet, near Coiuincicial avciiue.
- Hlon; toom on Coiiimciclal !icnue,
next to Wavcrly hotel,. ?10.
Cottage of rooms on Twenty-third
Mrccl. id. (Jood yard and ci-lcni.
Uoud dwelling Iioiho on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second mid Twenty-third
Store-room corner Twentieth .mil
I'oplnr -streets, $12 50.
.Store room adjoining above, $S.
House on Commercial axe-nue, above
Ninth stieet, suitable lor hiiilne-f and
House on Walnut bticet, near Center
ileaant premises, $12 ."0.
House on Commercial avenue, near
10th street. Suitable for hu-Iness and
Tenements numbered 2, 7, 8 and
!, Winter's How, 5 rooms each for $10
per month. Will bo put in flrat-c!as
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied Wy A. llalley.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
iletierson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building mid preini
ces. lie-lit low, to a good tcirint.
Store room, coiner Twentieth and
Waolilngtou avenue, $12 a mouth.
ltooms In various parts ol the city.
FOU LKASK OK SALK.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
SoMr.iiiixo Xi:w. The lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn mid egg beater,
tho latest and the best ever made, at A.
Ilalley's, who Is now selling his large
stock ot stoves, tin and brittana ware at
greatly reduced prices. Give him a call
heloro you purchase, 115 Commercial av
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
city ol Cairo at $2 50 each (hall price.)
- -A silver plated No. 0 WlUon Shuttl"
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnlsli,
valued at Will ho sold at $20dls
count, on good terms, and ouicied direct
from the factory.
A $00 l.enilnglon Sewing Machine
$:m oil for wish. Snltnhle lor tailor or
hoot and shoo manufacturer.
.'or any of the above arllcles,npply at
the lliil.i.Ki'i.v olllce. K, A. Itiiiixivn.
Sr..'. Ivooii. c. Koch, at Ins shop and
storo room, No. l0 Coinmerelal avenue,
has for sale u stock of boots and shoes of
his own mako ; also a lull stock of leather
and nulling lor sale; and a
lurgn stock of St. l.ouls ens
torn inado hoots and shoes. Ho
keeps tho best material and 13 up In all
tho latest styles. Ills Ills aro perfect, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Give, him a
i on MIKIIM K,
Veuiriiiith(ir!7fc loRliiintinrr Hint II. Ai VA
lllliniUoh Is mi lllill'lrt'mll hi lll-lililillrjli f jimtl
ilulrliirMit ilir, at lliu i niilllin iciiinly eltt Hon
. ....iivf.ir... iirnilll'illllv. l ! I.ii.jII.I ,
for mi Iiii1i h nilcnl ninli.ip rorM.oilirof Al-
Wit iini II. ...I.. -I I... IH'TI- 11 t 111
i'iiiiiK'rrniiiiiy, ni llic i-iimiiiik rmiiity ilii linn.
it.t ri:s or .nvi:iti ini.i.
I.i'AII lillU for iMhi rllinn:, trr ilur iiinl iuy
iililc m AUVANCK
'I riiMnli nl mhi rllnliiK will Im- hirt-rti l nt lli
mle of II IO per eiinri' fur tin1 llmt lnrlliiii
nml fill eenls fur each miliwinriit cnif A llln-nil
ill.-roiint will Ih. mi.tIc mi ulniiillnu nii'l illpluy
Hileeitliii mi ntM
Kor InnTlIni! Kmiernt imllro l Ol Nolirr 11 1
nut tins nrinirle-tli-4 nr M-nrt onliT 'iHroitd fur
Clmroli, Hucli ly, Kintiml oml Fiiihh r notlcm
will only liclii'i rtul aa a'hi rtl(
No mhi'rtlrrincnt rltl be rni'hul at Ics tliun
M u-hU, nii'l no U'lwrtUcllM'lil will In- liireiteil
fur lr4 tli.in lhr ilollars ht niontli
' Liij Local Jluslnosn Nottcos, of
ASV lnr. 1 1 r. i. r. - M n T-a liiaurli.il
Hi the llullotln ua lollowii :
CommonceCountlnK nt ten Linen,
Onn lnnertlon nor lino ' Cents.
1 ' 1 1 . t ..i.... i . .. .. r . -
Three Inanrtlonu per lino . ..... 10 Cents.
nix lnnertlon per lino. .... id Caiiim
Two woek per lino SO Conta
One month per linn 36 C'litB.
xso Kouuctton will bo rnudu In ubovo
FIMDAV. AI'IMI. 21, 1S7(5.
I.iunl Weullier lOtiuri.
Caiiio, III., Apill 7, JiTC.
lUn. 'Iiir. I Wimii. I Veu I Wr.ATir
Mj.Olli I f," '
T.i sl 7 i
i I e;ir,ir.
( .U i Hair
' 10 ilo
hi-WMil, Pltfliul .VI vice, If. S. A.
.lust received by (iolilstlne & Uhm-ii-
it nl .i ei.
I'resh ariival nl a veiy large aoit
ineiit ol ladleV mid geutV kid gloves at
I Kuiger .t Co. :t.2l.l
I.inen lilire, plate llni-h, letter and note
paper at the Iti i.i.min olllce. ISlue and
ream bid, below St. Louis iirlec.
nsliini ri- I nn . anil .liiu.
Cashlilero lace and nelllii". .-i ktilrmllil
a-'orlineut. certain to iilea.e the ladle.
just In, at .1. Iturgcr tV Co. :i.J.lf
A beaillllul line of new embioiileries
just received by the recognized "embrolil-
ry hoiife'' of Cairo .1. liurger A; e'o.
Ladies' linen and alpaca suits, beaull-
lully made and stylishly trimmed, fol
ate nt .1. llurgcr ti Co's. Theo -nils
aie Felling ns low as material can In-
bought in lid city. Call and -ec them.
Iliiiil,i'.icr., A lli-m Ion.
Ho you know that.l. llurgcr it Co. are
In receipt of a iiiiignillccntllne of carpel
and oil clothe, all thu very late-t i-tyle
ami de-Igns V Tjio Urst arrival of the sea-
on. Stop in and examine their stock.
House I'liriilslilus: Omuls.
This department at. I. Ilnrger A Co.'s
ilorc on Commercial avenue, contain- a
toek of talilo linen, towel, napkin,
iiiar.-elllesipiilis, etc., etc., which will de
light the e-ye of every hou'ekceiier
l'hee good are ollered at paniu prices
inii will go oll'like hot cake.
Iiiit received, a large tock ol Shnw's
liefrlgcrators, and White Mountain triple
motion, Ice nieain freezers ; alo a large
supply of wire screen cloth for doors
inii windows, all at rock-bottom pi ice.
c. . 1Ii:mii:u(i.v,
Corner 12ih street and Coinuierela
HM-rie I'll yineiil.
Ccorge Lattncr, liroprlctor of the New
Lxeel-ior Saloon, Commercial avenue
three door. below Sixtli street, is hound
to became the popular icsort of Mm city.
I'lds morning at 10 o'clock hu will inau
gurate a new feature in his Hue of busi
ness, to-wlt: He will resume specie pay
ment pay out silver hi making change
free lunch every morning at 10 o'clock.
I'lio bar I stocked with Pilncr beer, and
thu bet ot wines, liquors and cigars.
Give the Kxcel-lor a call it.Ji thu place
lor inu uesi neer, aim uarii money, u
A .Nil, 1 l.iiuiiilrj .
It i now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
tho lauudres, No. 12 Fouith street, be.
tweeu Washington ami Conimt.Tclal ave-;
lines, has onu of thu ht-t conducted limn-
lry cstahllshinenls in the -Ity.and land
lords ot hotels and boarding liou-es will
Hud it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her piiees are as follows: Hotel
ami boardliig-lioitc wa-ldng 7." cents
per dozen. For piecu work prices are as
follows: Sluglu shirt and collar, 10o; per
dozen, SOo; socks, lie; two collars, ."e;
I wo handkerchiefs, fie; vests, 20o; and
all geiitlemen's wear, SOo. per doen.
Ladles plain calico dres-es, 2.V; calico
ilrees with extra tiimmings, 50e; white
dresses, $1 2,1e ; ladles' unilerware, linn
and coarse, $1 00 per doen. l-2:i-lf.
(nliitftii Kiiiismi or Oiiloi'iiilo
Taku I he Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fo railroad, tho new ami popular Hue
I io m Atchison mid Kansas City, via thu 1
beautiful Arkansas valley, to I'uehlo,
Colorado Spring, Denver, Cannon Cily,
Cucharus, Del Norte, Santa Fe mid nil
point In Colorado, New Mexico and
Ailzoiia. Special round lilp DO day tick
ets to Denver on sale May 1,1th, at ?."0,
taking In Mm famous watering places on
Mm D. i'i I!. (L road. Low emigrant
rates to tho San .liian mines,
I'ullliian palacei sleeping cars between
tho Missouri river and thu llocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
matin at nnns Cily mid AteliIon in
union depots. For maps, time tables
and Mm "Sail Juan guide," adddress
T. J. Andi.iison,
On. Fass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
It II II Otl-I-
To 1'. HellViron midget yom good ie
gardles ol eot, tf
Kn cliilif ,
Thirty thotiaiid ut received nt thu
Hri.i.in i. olllce.
Thcr was no police bulnes traniictcd
In ellhcr of tho courts yesterelay.
We understand that Mm mayor will
have Mie sewers opened today. The
wilier In Hu- oily w ill go out with a mh.
.Mr. (leorge FMicr tell this cily ycter
day nUernoon for I'liickiieyvllle, where
he goes to setlle up a bankrupt coal
The Alexander county circuit court,
Judge ll'iker presiding, eoniinences on
the third Monday ol next inoulli. The
docket Is a moderate one.
Tims far there has been nothing said
ol the decorations of thu gravus of our
dead soldiers. Thu Slit of .May, the re
gular day for this duty, Is close at hand.
'I lie Concert To-nlirlit.
The National Cornel ham! will give the
first open air concert of the season on the
Tenth sinet stand this evening. Tho
innlu will ennit of the choicest baud
piece, and will be a treat for the people.
The ireutlemcli Interested hi the com-
lug uihiMrcl performance of the Taylor
Llleraiy club, aro rciiticted to meet hi
the club room at nine o'clock this even.
lug. A full altemlatici) Is expected as n
thoroiiL'h rehearsal will he had.
Addition 1- called to the card of the
auction firm ot T. Winter ti Co., in this
morning's Hi li.kii.v. Their estahllli
inent Is on WaliIngton avenue, two doois
below llemlerpon's hardware store-
I'arlics having bmlness In their line will
do well to give llicin a cull.
.1 !iiy I'li nle.
W't' undcrsland that a uuniher of ladies
and gentleman are agltallng thu subject
of a May picnic, to tali: place next week.
It will Im-In-Ill at I'oit .letl'eison, and the
exelir-loid-ts will go to tin- grounds by
bo.il. I'liN Is beautiful weather for
demonstration of this kind.
I'ri-inrliir for Milliliter.
U't- snw u nun iii u irt-.
W e HioiiKlit '! .lurakel, In ettjgy.
Kilt it wa-n't. It w-ns .laeekcl putting
up Ills mocking bird, lie I getting
ready for a big stir In beer lor the sum
mer, and to make his Iioum; the principal
pleasure resoit ol the cily during' the
The wind was high on Lake Obeiiy
yeterday. We don't think this pond
was named after our senior, but we think
it should be, for he gets the full benellt
of It by being compelled to buy gum
boots and canoes lor his pre?mcn to pad
dle around in the press room nt the IJci-
Slieiill' Inln, asst. ted by OllicerAnly
Cain, in accordance with a request of the
watchman at the Cairo mid Vinccnne. de
pot in thu lower part ol town, made a
raid on thu trnmp who have got Into the
habit of lodeJng In the cars standing on
thu tide-track. They took live ol them
in .Mid lodged thcin In the county jail.
.100 i:on! A scut
Wniiti.il In Itlli.!,,.- l.,r it,.. in.,,. I
.......VK ... ...II.IW- 1U IIIU IIVII lllll"
tratcd Thl.-tlo Kditiou of Sir Walter
Scott's Wavcrly novels and other popu-
ir publication. Liberal inducements to
good agents. Send lor circular and
term to W. II. Katou it Co.. 123 Chirk
street, I'oom 70, Chicago, l-27-eod-lni
For u cica.i shave-, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .1.
George .Stciuhoue on Kighth street,
Alexander County Hank building. Ills
shop I always neat; his towels always
clean -, his assistants always polite, and
hi tables covered with the latest dally
papers, (or thu benefit of his customer.
llepiidiatiou is tho solo topic ol conver
sation among our people now. in the
stores, saloons, on thu street corners and
everywhere thu question Is being ills,
ciis.od ; and It Is hard to tell, were a vote-
to hu taken, whether Mm advocates or de
nouncers of this modu of lidding our
selves of thu great burden upon us
would come out ahead.
lie's Oiling Iii (ict I'mif lieil.
A thick necked conductor, ou onu of
ihu io.ul running Into thu city, has been
making a practice of "throwing kl.-scs"
to ladie who happen to strike ids fancy,
and I coiis'.derably alarmed, us onu of
thu ladies thus Insulted has Informed her
brother ot his cowardly conduct, and Is
anxiously expecting thu drubbing his
Cily Treasurer Slockllelh, after attend
ing thu grand Odd Fellows' celebration
at Du C jttoln ou Wednesday, left that city
yesterday morning for Cincinnati.
Hon, D. W, Muni) and lauiily nru In
thu city vMliug. Mr. Miinn I looking
exceedingly well, ami does not appear
Io allow his whlky ring affairs to trouble
him much, Hu Is already Indicted in
thrcu or lour Slides, with several ''.nine
to hear from." Hu Is In good spirit,
mid eonlldent that ho will comu out o(
the ordeal through which he Is now pass
lug all i lirlil. Wu hope mi.
l olmi i i, Snilr.
Tho following hu list of the tobacco
sold at tin) Planters' tobacco warehouse
Lugs 12 hhds, $5.l."i ; 500 j 5 00 j 5 00 ;
I HO ; I 00 ; I HO ; 5 00 ; 5 05 ; 5 So ; 5 75 ;
Low leaf I hhds, $7 00; 7 50; 8 00;
,Meilliliuvlo good leaf-Ill hhds, $8 00 ;
n:tO;Sf)0;8nO; 12 20;!! 15; 10 05; 1100;
10 M ; 8.10; 10 50; 10 15; 10 05.
Total number of ldids, 'JO,
Some two or three inmilln Mnce an m
tleli! lippearcd In the eolluiuis of one ol
thu local papers calling for the appoint
mcnt ofnn Inspector or llliiinlnatlng oil.
The article was In rcspone to n state
ment that certain oils with liiiieilul names
had been subjected to nn unusually rigid
test before a committee Hilly competent
lojudge nnd been proven lo be non-ox-plosive.
The article. In question staled
although the oil that was te&teil had been
lound In pov-css Mil ven ilelrabi qual
ity, yet much of (he commodity nbfe--qui'iitlv
maiiuractiircd did not have (Ids
nop-explolve eharacleiistle. To sub
slanllate hi position the wilier men
tioned several Instmice where the oil
which was presumed to be perfectly
harmlc, had been discovered to be just
the opposite, lie thcreforu called for tho
aipolntniciit of nn olllcial hosrs duty it
should be to subject all Illuminating oil
brought Into Cairo and to be oid hi Us
precincts, to thu most scaiclilng analysis,
so that the households using It might he
protected from nccldcnts which might
otherwle occur. No hi'pcctor wa ap
pointed. Slncu tbattimu thu accidents
rrliug from I he use ol thee oils have
been moru or lcs numerous ; and within
thu last week three illasters enu ed by
the e.ploIou ami boiling over ot oil have
occurieil one ol them the burning of
the Ocrinan school building, involving a
eoulderable monetary loss. The last ac
cident heard of from this cause, was thu
explosion of a lamp at the residence of
1 nomas Ilnlliilay, Kq the oil In u-e be
ing known as Llalne. We arc Informed
that no damage of any great moment re
sulted, but Mr. Halhday and family may
Well he congratulated that no seriou
consequences ensued. It Is natural, ami
a result to bo looked for, that many fam
ilies In view ol tin se occurrences should
be elheu-slng the propriety of procuring,
irpo-slble, a perfectly safe Illuminator
to lake the place of then) oils which have
been recommended a safe, but which
have proved to buharniful Indeed, and tho
only sale Illuminator so for a we can
el i co ver I s gas . Ci 1 1 z I :.v.
Cairo. April 20, 1S70.
On jestcrday morning thieves broke
Into the vegetable stand of Kesch, on
Klglith -Ircct between Washington ami
Coinmerelal avenue, and made away
with two cadles of line lea, and the loose
change in the till. Then they made their
way Into h'oclder's meat market, which
Is separated from l!e?ch'. stand by n
boaiel partition with a door In It, and
stole tour hams and all the money there.
They then left, ami nothing has been as
certained a yet thai will lead to their dis
covery. The goods stolen amounts to
about fifty ilollars. How much money
the thieves got I not known, hut it wa
a Miiall amount.
halt- ul Itiillrimil Stuck.
15y Urtiic ot a certain mortgage execut
ed jointly to Drexell, Morgan & Com
pany, by A. II. Satlord and II. L. Morrill,
as receivers ol the Cairo A Vincennes
railroad, Musrs. Drexell and Morgan
will begin tho sale thU morning, fonuiiln
ot n number of ears, engine and oilier
slock of the Cairo & Vincennes road.
Thu stock to be sold consists of 10 en"
glues, 1 cabooses, 2 expre- cars, S pas
senger coaches, SO box ear. 20 stock ears
and 00 Hat cars. Thu sale will begin In
this city nt liltcen minutes after eight
o'clock this morning.
ThcOiltl Fellonx at lu t iioln.
Thu Odd Fellows' celebration of their
52d auniu-rsary. at I)u Quoin on Wednes.
day, was a grand affair. There was a
very large number of the members of
the order In the procession. Thu orator
of thu day was Pnt Grand MnMcr K. 11.
Sherman of Chicago, who delivered a
mo-t eloquent and elaborate address
The whole wns wound up with a ball at
Shradcr's hall, which Is said to have been
a brilliant and elegant atlair. The cele
bration was a decided success In every
sense of the word.
A Mini Aeelilrnl.
Judge l'riekett of Caibomlale, well
known to all the prominent men of this
city, met with ii suveru accident on Wed
nesday altcruoon. Hu went from Car
bondalo to a stream nearMakauilii, with a
llshlng party, about noon, and becoming
tired, started alone for Makanda to catch
thu evening train for home, lie sat
elown upon ii Me, and went to sleep.
Tho passenger train that leaves this city
at three o'clock struck him. Iniuiiiig him
severely, hut It Is hoped not latally.
Prof. Appel has secured thu uo of
Turner hall, at tho corner of Tenth and
Poplar streets, where the German seiiool
will hu taught until further notice. Wc
understand thu German school associa
tion will shortly build a new school
hotisu ou tho location of tho onu destroy
ed by Hro last Saturday night, as above
slated, thu German school will helaught
in Turner hall until other arrange
uients art! inaelu.
Apnl 20lh, at Ids homo on Tldiieeiith
street (German Luthcrn church),
Gottfried, sou of ltcv, C, and
Catherine Duerschner. aged ten
years mid eight niontiis. The
funeial will take pWce to-day. Services
nt thu church at 2 o'clock sharp, ltcv.
Oehlert of Jonesboro. olllciatlng. Special
train will leavo loot of F.Ighlli street.
Fi lends aro Invited.
Wu will pay no bills eontraeted by any
employe of Tin: lli'i.i.irrix, unless Mm
same Is inado on a written order signed
by thu pividenl or secretary of Mm com
puny, and wu will accept no orders given
by an employe of tln company, lor any
CaIIIO Ul'l.l.l'.IIN COMI-ANV.
November 10. 1S75. II
St. Clmiics-W. II. MuCord. Pails
France; John It. Mason, Hlnomlngtnn;
W. K, Wellhiglou, Dubuque; L. Dar
iiihnrd, Mississippi; .lames S. Jones,
Iowa; L. W. Isbell, SI. Louis; Win. S.
Taylor, pami; F. .M. Manard and who,
Washington, lud.; J. T. Klllott, Vlcks
hurg; J. Kohn, F.vausvHIe; O. W. Carl!',
Metropolis; M. Gloss, Italtlniore,
sr.v.'.Mii MiiKi.r A.vn wasiiimiiiiv vk
nci:. 10 o'clock a.m.,
Niilllrilny. April -Jlllli. IHTll,
Consisting of Parlor, lled-Hoom. Dining
lloom ami Kitchen Furniture.
Terms cash ami sab- positive.
T. Winiiiu A Co., Aiiclloiii er.
C.eino, Ii i.i.Mii-sTiiruiHAV F.vi.mmi.i
Ai'Iiil. 27lh, I.s7fi. i
The rivers are going down gradually,
and the high water will soon he a thing
of the past, miles another iie takes place,
and that is not probable. As soon as
this change takes place It I thought lml
nc'ss will Improve, a people living hi lb"
country have been unable to come lo
Ihe city to transact, bii'lness. owing to
the Impassible roads.
The weather since our last l?uu has
been warm ami summer-like, hut not
withstanding, buiucs has been uusually
quiet. Thu Iran-actions In many branches
have been even lighter than hu- mouths,
but our merchants have-Juot given up the
belief that belter times are in store, and
will be realized at nn distant time.
Kates to New Orleans icmaln as quoted
in last Issue.
Tho Hour trade has been very quite.
Transactions since our last report have
been lighter than for several mouth, but
elealers think that Micro ! u fair prospect
ahead. Hay Is quiet; then) Is wry little
strictly choice in the market, and some
ot our dealers think that a limited amount
would sell readily, at about $15. There
Is plenty of common and mixed grades
lie-re, wldcli nru very slow sale. Corn Is
reported more active ; several cars have
been sold lnce. our last repot I at prices
in advance of those last quoted; thu sup
ply is fair. Oats arc Very quiet; thu de
mand Is nominal-, thu supply Is lair,
though receipt have been very light.
Kgg atu In good supply; Ihe-y have
been coming In very freely ; Ihe demand
is only moderate. Poultry Is hi good de
mand; there I not much hi maikct. and
shippers will Hud nudy sale for their
stock. There Is still Inquiry lor good
tSTOiir friends should bear hi nilud
thai thu prices hero given are Usually
for sales from Hrt hands In round lots.
(ii tilling orders and for broken lots It is
necessary lo charge an advance over
Flour is very' quiet. Stocks are wel(
supplied, and thu demand Is light. We
note thu following sales since lat issue.
100 bbls low grade, damaged, $:i 25;
200 bbls various grades, $:t rsT(,(J 25; 100
bblrs, $i 25; 1100 bbls various grades. $ I
(fi,ii 75; 1100 bbls various grade, $ I 75
S 50; 100 bbls choice, $C 27 50.
Hay Is very dull. There Is very little
of any kind coming into market, owing
to the great abundance already here.
We nolo the sale of 2 ears mixed, iS.
Coin Is reported moru active. There
is a fair supply on the market, which '.
sullleicnt for the wants. Sales noted
were 1 ears white In sack. ISe ; 1 ear
white In Micks, 50c; 1 ear white in bulk,
L'!c; 150 sacks white, 51u.
There Is Utile oats coming to maiket,
hut there Is a good supply heiv. Thu de
mand Is nominal. Sales noted were 1
ear mixed In sacks, 117c; 700 sacks mixed,
Me ; I car mixed hi sacks, :i!ifiIOc; 100
sacks mixed, -I0e.
Meal Is In good supply. Then- Is very
little demand. No sales were reported.
ltran Is unusually quite, with plenty
in the market. Wu note thu sale of 'Mi)
sacks, $12 50.
I In tier I In good supply with liberal
arrivals all thu tlmu. Thu demand Is
very light. Wu notu the sab: ol 5 tubs
Northern, 25c; 5 palls Southern lllliiol.
202:!o; 1 palls Southern Illinois, 20c.
KggH have been coming In mom freely
and thu supply Is now eqaul to tho du
maud. Wu notu thu salu of 500 dozen
There Is but little poultry In thu mar
ket, ami there Is ready .salu tor good stock
at good prices. Sales unlet! wcio 2 coops
hens, $1 10; 1 coop mixed, $J 50.
We quote salt In ear load lots, $1 00 ;
less than car load lots, $1 75.
HIDF.S AND FUKS.
Hides ami furs nru quiet at quotations.
Hiiins Dry Hint, 1212Jc; dry salted,
0J10o; giccn salted, riJtUOo; elamaged,
Funs Heaver No. t $2 50; No. 2
$1 50; No. !l$l; No. 1 fttlu. Oiler No.
l$0;No. 2$t; No. II $.; No. 4 SI.
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75u; No. II 50e;
No. I 10c. liaecoou-No. 1 70o,; No. 2
10c ; No. I! 20e ; No. 1 10. Skunk No.
I 85u No. SOOu; No. II Mo; No. I 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. II
50u; red (ox No. 1 $1; No. 2 75e.
Opossum No. 1 lOu; No. 2 So; No. II
fie. Muskrai -No. I'.'Oo ; jfo.'J 15u; No.
:i 10c. Hear No. I S10; No. 2 $7; No.
$.i; No. -I $1. Wolf .Mountain No. I
82 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No. II $1 ; No. I 75c;
Prairie Wolf-No. I $125; No. 2 50c.
Wild 'at 25c. House Cut 10c. Hadgcr
Sii..li' l'n.Ti Green 75c(?l 00; dry
lOGOOo; shcailiiigs lOOe.
Wo quote Paradiso and ML Carbon on
track, lump. $'t nnt.S:, dcUcied mi
load per lou, lump, W 50; nut, $2 75;
delivered per sluglu ton, lump, $1 ; nut
$:I25; lfauni or llarrlnbuig, coal on
track per cat- load. lump. $27; nut. $10;
delivered per ton, $! 50 ; Pittsburgh coal
car loads, ou track, $3 50 per ton; sluglu
ton, dullvored, f (!.
lie liuiUt-ul Tux Wit.
All real estate delinquent tor taxes will
be placed In the hands nl thu printer, May
1st, next. Ai.i'.x. II, litvi.N,
l-Vi-td County Collector,
JOHN ft. HAKMAN & CO.
J0NVEYAN0KR8, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Lanil AitonU of tha Illinois Central and
uurunnton and Uulncy K. n.
llusluess lloil.se lately occupied by
Wood I'ltlenliiill-c A Co,, ou Levee be
low I lib street. Ke it very reasonable.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lot
enclosed, hi good order, on Tuciily
fourth and Walnut trcet. Ileul low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west side of Com
mcrelal iivenue near 1'lflh street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Kent for each, $8
Dwelling house, 5 ioomr on Fifth
street near Walnut, III good lepalr. Kent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twcnly-llrst sliect, near Sycamore
north side. Kent $5, per mouth.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Pnpulat. Kent low.
Ilascmctit of brick building, we.st side
of Washington avenue near Klghtoonth
street, live looms In good comllllonl
Building ou eat side, of Comnieieia
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap tent.
Iluildmg on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelltli street, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenement, olllce and rooms in vari
ous lacations. Kents low.
Lots and lands for sale or lease.
John Q. II.wi.uan ,vCo.,
Ileal Ketato Agents, corner Sixth ami
Levee st reef. it-I.Vlf
4'oiiii-i-ni:e (or .Nnle.
Cooper simp, barrel house, dwelling
house and three lots, all fenced and with
good gates. Al-o lull stock of tools for
all kinds of work-. Thu whole will be
sold very cheap. Apply at shop near
Nairow Gauge depot, foot of Fourth
Orcul llnnlii nil Siile.
Now Is your lal chance lo get you
goods at les- than cost, a 1 have bought
Ihe whole bankrupt slock of llellbroli &
Weil, consisting ot dry goods, motion?,
clothing, etc.. nt such low pi ices that en-
ibles me lo glvo everybody bargain that
will satisfy even thu hardest customer.
I will continue Mm business at Ihe old
stand ol Itcilhrou it Well only lor thirty
days longer, and all thu goods must be
sold within thai time on account of re
moval. He ou hand hi time, before all
thu bargains are gone, a I mean busi
ness. Solomon P.eur.iit., ol Chi,
l-.Vlui 1 12 Commercial uyeiiHo.
W All IIki-aiitxlnt, Kivm IturniiT, I
April uT. ,s7ii (
i Aimvic I
T. I IN. IT IV.
Xll 1 II 7
7 i I .Vt II
17 I'l -1 a
s ii ii i;
7 !l II II
is !l AM I
111 '.' -II I
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43 MX 1
a j a X'i i
Ik-luw- nigh water nl" 1'TI.
it'rg'''llli Sltfinl M-ivIrr, lr. .S.
Steamer .las, Fl'k, Padiicah.
" George I.yle and tow, N. O.
" Fauchoii, New Orlean.
John F. Tolle, New Orleans.
City of Vlckshurg, Ylck.-liurg.
" liermud.i, Nahille.
" Nail City and tow, Wheeling.
Andy llaiim, Mcniihl-.
Steaoier Jas. Flsk, Piulucah.
City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
Nail Cily mid tow, St. Louis.
Arlington, St. Louis.
John F. Tolle, St. Louis.
' George Lyle, low, Ohio liver.
' Heriiiuda, Nashville.
Andy Itaum, Cincinnati.
Thu Arlington came down Ihu Ohio
yeteriiay morning with a good trip from
Pittsburg. Shu transacted her business
here, which was not much, and It-It lor
St. Louis. She had also a good pas-eii-ger
Thu City of Vlckshurg passed up on
Wednesday' night with a good trip. She
put oil 100 bales ofcottoii for tho Last via
ihe Cairo ,t Vincennes rallroal. Shu
added 25 tons Iron and some other
Thu Nail City passed by from Wheel
lug for St. Lou!, wilii a tow of nails and
Thu Andy Itaum p.is.-ed up from Mem
phis for Cincinnati wllli a good nip.
Tim GiMirgu Lylu passed iqi from thu
.South with a tow ed empty barge for
Tim Function eaniu up from New
Orleans on Wednesday evunlug, and went
to the bank.
Thu Heriiiuda from Nashville brought
1 12 hogsheads of tobacco for thu Sniiil',
mid about 25 lou of iiiuuut.icturcd Iron,
which wasreshlppcdfoi-St. Louis on Mm
Vlckshurg. Shu went back with u
limderatu trip. She put oil al Padueah
on thu road down 51 hogsheads ortobacco
and .10 passenger.
The John F. Tollu came up lioui
Now Orleans wllh a good trip.
I'lill Kami has renovated and refill-
JiMied Ids lev ereaui parlors ihrougliuut
with costly Inrnlluio and tluu eaii.
making It one of tastiest and ple.is.mest
llace8 of resort In the city, where pmo
ice oreanis of all llavors nnil pure quality
will ho kept every day for hl itroiis.
Washlinrlon avuiiun, HuderV bhui..
1-2 1-1 1
t-lly f 'ilr,
cmlorcd and varnished, for sale) at. hall
1 pihi) ($2.50) at the Hi'i.LirriN olllce.
Special bargains in mmllus ,a Gold
stlnu .I Koen water's. :i.2H-tf
Mens' line hocs In great variety nt
1-a.VBt o. II.IVOIIOII.V A ( e),
P. Ilellbron win c-lveyott bargains In
dry goods, notions, etc., at llunrer's old
stand, Commercial avenue. tr
(ioto l'.urger's old-land, Coniinercl.il
avenue, ir you want bargains In dry
goods. It I a gteat bankrupt sale, tt
1IKI eases of hull.-s' ami children's
hoes Just opened nt
I--3-H O. II , v i nonx ,t ( ,).
A splendid selection of cheviots Just
received at Goldsllne & Ko-enwnlcr'.
P. Hcilhroii has bought the entlro
stock of W. Well & llro., at llurger's old
stand. See double column and bankrupt
1000 yard Hamburg emb'rolderic.s at
5 cents a yard, at O. IIaytiiok.v Co.
A lact worth knowing that P. Ilell
bron Is giving greater bargains than ever
olk-rctl In this city. tf
atop and examine my goods be
fore you purchase. Corner of Ninth
street and Commercial avenue.
M P. llmt.mttiM.
Kxfiinlnu the immense stock of shoes
ami elry goods bought on thu late decline
and Jut opened by
l-25-lt "o. iLtvTitoitx &CO.
A. II.M.i.nv. A line-lot of tablu ami
pocket cutlery, also spades, shovels
hoc, rake, fmks,axes and a general lino
of hardware just received by A, I (alley,
115 Coinmerelal avenue. 2-lS-:!m.
Kilty cent, at Winter's Galh'rv.
SI reel. Chi
Stale ol' lllliiulii
fur Hie rxiirrss
Inn. i..i...i . Hunt, 1'iiriiiiU-, Hint urluniyill
-ii' In nil llielr - ti l 1 i-ii tt I firm -. Ills wr'l
kiiuwii iwai nr .nuiii'ii mis cioiki iu iiii uciii ui
tlie lirnfi'S. Inu lnr !l,i n 1st IV) e:irs Aco ftnil
!, ii-m-r iiitul-Itnih3i l.iiit. Ni-iiilual Weak-
iiess lilunt liu-cs lij- ilnains pimpies on me
f.iCL- Inst iiiaiiliin.il, i-ioi iiculllvi-ty lio cnreil.
IjhIIc wiiiiIIiik IIh- most ilcllcili- iittentlnn, mil
iiru riti-. l'l-.i:iiil hoiiii! for iiiticuts. A book,
fur Hu- million. J!nrriKi- liiiidt-. wlilrli It'll
uui aluiiit llu-..ill-i'.asrs -wlm iOioiit'1 ninny
"Hln-lint 10 lints In my li4-l ikc IT .Ibiiii
luts .'i I iminw :unt i.ulur Ynu sra mi nno but
Hit- iloi-liir. oilli-c liutii, 'J a.m. to 7 it . nt Mm
iluvs, in to 1 AU tniiillii- Btrlfllr i-onllilen-thtl.
St. Oharles Hotol,
FF.KSS IIWW 10 m the urn
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Doititl, 3d Floor 13.00 Per Day
Spcotal Rates by Weak or Month.
A llmlli'il miinlicr of vi-ry ilfslrnlilc iiimlly
im. ins enu 1 1- Mturi'il at irajonulilc riilf.s lorth'ti
'I lie- M Ulmrlts U tin- lur.'c4tunit Ih-I appoint
eil lliiil'i- 111 Milltl t rn llllnoiii.uiiil In the Ututuii:
liolil in I Illlll. NulwUlutumtliiK lliu "Ilt-il
Itook" ifilni'tloii In irlfc. Hit- table wlll.iis
iHieil, In-UU'iully Miipllfil with Hit- fry test
of t-wntliin3 that enn lie- fniinil in niirki't.
Fine-lariti- f ample roonn fur commercial trav
elirs, on Kmuinl lloor, frtvuf cliarise.
tCi".ll l;imsurKiii-il4i'miu- til to uiiil Irom
till- llnll'l without rll:ll t-o
.ii:uinrvn,-o.v a co,,
I'AIXT AMI) OIIJ.
B. F. PARKER,
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Pnpor, Window OlB9S, Win
aow Shades, &c.
Alwnys on liiimt, the celebrated llluinltiatla
Corner Ulovouth Streot and Waahinir
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries !
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
I 500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rico,
100 Tiorces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Groon and Bi'k Tea.
ash oriir.i: i-koihk t .
IIh, Jll nnil 7-j Vine Mreet, Ol...0.
an awe piub
SIm I Fell Ms
-or , lllIiMriM t, HI. I.uiUn, no,
i . .1.1. -I ....... t ... III LliHi.
I I'lLiIlllIT I'SllliMliiiiin in 'l miw nren iHjryrti ii
'iN'li. liVIMi. Al.TCItlNO. anil all limit of
.Mlllliit'i'' Woik iloim promptly, riiiterulockt
. fur silt-- liaises pulil on !0utUnl lis, StiuX
' for I'l.iiri ':-tUwlnl
TOR FARIII t
No Belt or Bellows.
W1M, WELD 3IW0H IKON.
.Hut what I. 'il'.'V.iljT'nm
fiiciilnr to KMHIll- I'Oltl Alll.h KOItUh CO.
Xiiov, N, V