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JAIRO business houses.
Ilrnl. Any busines Arm on hare three line
iiiire, in thin column under appropriate heading
at the rate of Sl.no per raonlhor i per year
payable quarterly in advance.
Hardware, Move itnd Tin Ware,
A. HALI.ttir-teierinRtove,Tinnd Hard
ware, Gaiden and KaruiPr' Implements, Wirt
foods, Itefrlgerators, l'limps and ladder.
Il'i ornmorcial Avenue, tiuttcting, and ,liib
Woi a dona on short notice.
.1. S.McRAIIEY-Dealer In hard and flftlnm-
lr, flooring, wiling, (ttilitttc and surfaced
liiinW, lath ami shingles oflice and vard
corner Twentieth Direct and Washington avenue
LANCASTER II WCE-DealiM in adi.
duora, blinds, etc.. lisrd and (oil Imnlier and
thlnglea. lard and oflire, Commercial avenue,
urner 17th street.
1. HAKTMAN iraler In (Jiicenswnre, Toya.
tdDipa and all kind nl fancy articl'. ( oinmer
i ial avenue, corner th street,
WILLIAM WINTKIl Sixth street between
I oiunjercial avruuu utid Washington avenue.
lotlitng; and Merchant tailoring;.
.IOHN AM MM -Merchant Tailor and dialer
in iteady Made Clothing. "8 Ohio Ijrvee.
Steal Katato Agencies.
V. J. HOWLKY-lleal Kstate Agent. P.uys
and ell real estate, collect remit, iwyl tain
lor non-resident. etc. Commercial avcuue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth atreeta.
I i 1 . ' . . 1 ' -
J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county latiI, Cairo )t in
exchange lor St. Louis property.
A tine resilience on conn r llalbrook
avenue and Twenty-third street, at a bar
gain. Cottage on Sixth treet between Wasli
tijrton avenue and Walnut street.
lIoue and lot on Eighth street between
Walnut and Cedar, $1,.V).
Two-tory bouse on Twenty-t-lglith
street, between Poplar and Co mm or ial
Store room lately o:cujied by Howe
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh t-treets.
The llrst floor of a briek dwelling cor
ner ot Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on the north aide of Twelfth
treel between Walnut and Cedar.
Rusinen hou. on Ivee street alwre
Eight, and in good repair.
Kooiih in a two story house on Com-un-rcial
aveuuc between Ninth and Tenth
Store rootu near corner of Twentieth
sr.d Poplar street ; $8.
Tenements 3, 4, 5 and 10 in Winter
flow for $10 per month, and in flrt-claf
'ottage on Twenty-Hrs-i street t tween
veainore and Poplar.
Rooms in nearly every part of the ity.
FOR I.EAE OR SALE.
Lands in tracts to auit, near C:iiiv
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
:Le laundress. No. 12 Fourth street, be-
.ween Washington and Commercial av
aues. has one of the beat conducted latin'
lry establishments in the city, and land-
..rds of hotels and boarding liouses will
rind it to their advantage to call upon
mt. Her prices are as follow : Hotel
md boarding houe washing 75 cents yr
Jozen. For piece work prices are as ful
,ows: Single shirt and collar, 15c; two
ihirts and two collars, 25c ; it dozen,
w)-; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c; two
L'-indkerchief, 5c ; vests, 20c ; and all gen-
ilpm.nr wear. MK! i.er dozen; ladies
plain calico dresses, $1 25 per dozen
-a!ieo dresses with extra trimming, 50e;
white dresses, $1 25; ladies underwear.
fine or course, $1 ier dozen. 1 l-2Mf
lrler Zlin nermau Out of iba Atiea
Mr. Peter Zimmerman, cleaner, reno
vator and repairer of cloitiing, was
burned out in the big fire of Saturday
morning hist, but Is already ready to
serve the public and his old customers
again. He has opened out In John Hy-
land's old stand, at the corner of Com
mercial avenue and Tenth street, and re
spectfully solicits patronage from old and
new friends. If you have a coat, a vest
or a pair of pantaloons that needs clean
ing or repairing, take It to Peter Zimmcr- j
man and he will make It as good as new
at a price that w ill astonish you by its
cheapness. Remember Peter Zimmer
man, at the comer of Commercial awnue
and Tenth street. 1-10-1 m
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framiDg department
of the Bulletin. All orders for frames
t... . should be sent to him or left at
this oftice. We WspeaU tor huu the lib'
eralitv of patronage that has been be-
.. .1 .. ... ii, j o.:.:iirrmpnr ni
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
:.... ...i I,.. iati.fan.
i-uuiprmwH u v -
tion in all cases.
Cairo. (X t. 10, 1S70
Cairo Bulletin Co.
A Uraud Maaqurau Hall
will be given by the
NATIONAL CORNET BAND
On Monday evenlug, February 5, lr77.
Admission, gentlemen, il ; ladies, 50c.
Tickets can be purchased at M. J. Mc
I Pauley's and Frank Ileley's drug stores,
at E. A W, Buder's and Fred Teichnun's.
.fed Brown has taken chirge ot the
darber shop on Eighth street. near WaU
ington avenue, lately kept by Danitl
l.ainperf. Jeff i a good barber, and so
licits a "hare of patronage. Give him a
-nil and satisfy yourself. tl
Ili'iAx's Miflvi.it Bai.m preserve
Htid restores th complexion ; removes
f reckle, tan and sallow lie ; make the
skin soft, whito and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
i.YON'i Kathaihom makes beautiful,
glossv, luxurlaut hair; prevents its fall
. l.i . in- ft f.ai stood
ascaLon lodue, NO.
Knight of Prflil, moeta every Tfrl-
1 night at half-past
ven. la Odd-
ALKXANDKR LODGK, NO. 9M.
I ... I 1 , ..t f h.l.l1ri
"ftV Jk Iowa, meets every Thursday night
'Twrf' at half-put seven, In their nail on
oinnercial avenue, ueiween mui anv neveum
I'.rccla Wll.l, h, Hawkim. N. W.
r"lll KNCAMI'MF.NT, I. O. O. r.mnrt
Jiii Odd-fellows' Hall on the 0 rat and third
I msday in every tuooth, at half-past aeven
A. Com mis, C P
W Hold rrguli
Souic I nil , i
' N and Kigtith
LAIUOLOIlUK. NO. 237, A. F. aVA
liar communication in
corner Commercial avenue
Cigtith street, on Uia second and
mirth Monday of each month.
flATKN OF ADTKRrill.tU.
f AI1 till! for advertising, are due and pay-
all 1 IPt ADVANCE
Transient alvertieing will be inaerted at Uia
rate of II Ml iwr squar for the first inaertiot.
and W centa for each sutaeqiient one A liharal
discount will be fund on standing and dinpl
t or inserting Funt ral notive 1 CO Notice of
fuecting of societiM or sveret orders cents for
(liarch, .Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be received at less than
to cents, and no advertisement will be Inaerted
for less than three dollars per month
I.Ot'AI. Ill fUJa.M SOTKT.a
Of one square ( lines c pace) or more, in
w i ted in the IU'M.kti.n ns follows : (les
flian one square counted as apquare.)
One insertion ptit equare 50
Two insertions jier square j
Three inwrtions per square 1 CO
Six insertions j)er square 1 7o
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per sunare- 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
TUESDAY, JANUARY '10, 1877.
lor ity t lrrk.
We are authorized to announce Jamea W.
Stewart a a candidate for reflection to Hie of
fice of City Clerk at the approaching charter
Local Wcatlaer Keport.
Fergcant. Surnal Service. I". S. A.
I'.ox 157 New Orleans, La., solicits and
forward direct consignments to Euro
pean market of smoked tongue, ham,
ausage, hog, easnigs, etc., etc.
We will pay no bills for goods or iner-
fhandisc purchased for the Rti.i.K.TiN
by any of the employes, unless the pur
chase Ls made on a written order signed
by thepresident or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo I1ii.lk.tin Co.
Mrs, Horn has removed her dress-mak
ing rooms irom ncr iau resilience on
N'Venth street to Washington avenue,
a a If
one uoor aoove iirs. j;. ji. vunuuig-
ham's, where she will be happy to see
her friends and patrons. 1-20-1 m.
J. s.eorare PMelnlioiioe.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex-
andt-r County Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
nr nnv thinr else in the barber line. La
dies' and childreus' hair cut or dressed
either at the shop or their homes.
llllowa 'a Ointment.
Sorp lees, wounds, ulcers. !tc. can be
cured. The rational treatment as inui'
catcd by nature, is to reduce the local in-
llamation, sooth the neighboring nerves,
cool the heated blood, and render the
w atery ichorous discharge consistent and
healthy. Happily Hollow ay's Ointment
accomplishes these ends with unfailing
certainty. Twenty-five cents per pot or
VVorus or Warning!
During the present year, as in the past
the grave will close over thousands, sun
ply because they neglect the means w hich
would restore theui to health, aieei me
fell destroyer at the threshold, and dls
mite his invasion by that more than won-
derful mediciae, Dr. Morris' Syrup of
Tar Vil,U hcrrvand llorehound. 1 litre
is no cough or cold, case of asthma, brou
chitis, blood-pittrng, weak lungs, croup
or whooniDK cough which w ill not j lel
more readily to this great botanic retueay
I mail nuj umvi n.w....... j
1 . . - , . . . ..j ,
toi4 uisappoinime.u am.
cured. asK your uruggui ior
I . - ..... . r.rv nnil ore.
pi ru u ai,
,n,..i Trial &tzp 10 cents, r.esuiar
sizes, 50 cents and $1 at Barclay & Bros
Prof . Parker's Pleasant orm Syrup
U perfectly safe. Extremely . palatable
v, ,,i,Vi.. r.-i.iiired. Costs 25 cents
'in it. 1-3-lmdAw.
What I be Bilious Hquir
Since torpidity of the liver ls the chiet
.... f in iioruY-r. it Is evident ma
V a ataa
what the bilious require is an alterative
timulant which w ill arouse it to activity
eflect that Is followed by the disap
pearance ot the various symptoms Ind
citivts of its derangement. Hos
f.-rter' Stomach Bitters Invariably
achieve the primary resultmeutioned.be
me constipation, llatu-
K1 - ill'
leucr, heart-burn, yellowness ot the skin
and wUites ot the eyes, pain in the right
side and uuder the right shotdder, nau
sea. vertigo and sick headache, to which
bilious Invalids are peculiarly subject, -ts
a remedy for chronic iudigeatlon, men
tal despondency and uervousness the
Bitters are equally efficacious, and a it
reuovant ot lot vior, a mean ot arrest
ing premature decay, aud a source of re
lief from the lutiruiitie to which the
Caiho. III., Jan r ItC7.
TIMS. IJAH J Ilia. WlKD. I VBL. I W E AT H
7 a m. to "V. "l s. - 1 1 ! Kair
U M.il .'. Mi ! ! do
Hp.m. I 'l' W I I do
3:t'." -i j H) 4 I Cloudy
The Ohio rlrer is falling.
Work on the new leree goes bravely
The hotels are doing a fair busi
ness. The churches w ero all vi ell at tended
on Sunday last.
Candidates tor city ofllces are begin
ing to make themselves known.
Game Is scarce in the Cairo market.
The game laws took effect January first.
Police olhoers complain of dull
times. People are too moral, they say.
The trial of Mr. Thorns commence
In the United States court at Springfield
Lumber In large quantities for the
new Cairo nnd St. louis narrow gauge
railroad freight house is being placed on
the site of the new building.
Small blank books kept In stock at
the City Bindery. Sold as cheap as any
book store In the city. Books of every
size from two to ten quires, or more, f f
Messrs. ilnlliday Bros, are improving
the river bank fronting their warehouse
below the St. Charles hotel. They have
a pile driver and a large force of men at
"Lake Edwards" will not be much
of a place for skifl riding, for the present
at least. Within foarty-clght hours
there will not be water enough in it t
float a cotk.
A merchant down town sells more of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup than all other
medicines together. It surely must be
fhe bestremedy for a cough, 21.
Laryngitis, bronchitis and tubercular
consumption speedily relieved by using
Maguire's Tar Glycerine Whisky and
Rock Candy. Try a sample bottle, only
10 cents. Lare size, $1 00.
P. Ci. Schuh, Agent.
The Presbyterian sociable will be
held at the residence of Mr. J. B. Reed,
onTwentieth street, between Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street on Thurs
day evening next, February lirst. A
general invitation is extended to all to be
Ordinarily people praise only to bo
praised in return, and do good only that
lavors may be rsceived. This selfishness
is not universal, however. Nothing pal
try or mean guided the philanthropic soul
of the greatest of animated saponiflers,
when he gave to the world the inestimable
boon of B. T. Bauuitt's Beit Soap. 142-
We are advised of the fact that, some
time early next week Winter and Stewart
will make the closing-out tale of goods
rescued from the sunken steamer"Arling
ton." From w hat we can glean, this sale
will comprise some ot the finest furniture,
jueensware, and a general assortment of
splendid goods, Inviting the particular at
tention of the public generally.
always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
Wood's Fever Plus. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by roe, w ill
be prosecuted to tlie lull extent of the
law. For sale at the New l ork fctore, A.
Swoboda's, F. Healy's, P. G. Schuh's
Barclay. Brothers, and at my oftice.
Sold in50ct. and f LOO boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
ostage paid on receipt of price,
d&w-tf. Dr. Wm. Wood.
Mr. E. C. Ford has bought the stock
of the Variety Bracket fctore opposite
oldstine and Roscnwater's, on Com
mercial avenue, and has on hand a com
plete assortment ot wall pockets, side
and corner brackets, ladles' toilets, clock
shelves, album frames, match safes, card
receivers, cornice pieces, slipper cases, all
styles and sizes of picture frames, a beau,
tiful combination of mirror, comb case
towel rack and match safe In one piece,
shirt bosom boards, so arranged as to
hold the bosom firm while Ironing ; all
styles of moulding and lrames made to
order. Ladies please call before purchas
ing elsewhere. 1-13-lm
Sec advertisement ot T. J.Kerth, gen
eral Insurance agent. Mr. Kertn win
promptly attend to any business you may
entrust him with in the insurance line
f liorch Koviabla.
The regular semi-monthly sociable of
the Presbyterian Church, will be held at
the residence of Mr. J. li. Reed, on
Twentieth street, between Washington
avenue andWalnut street, on next
Thursdav evenlne. February 1st. A
general iuvitation i extended to all to
New Buaineaa tlonae.
Dick Fitzgerald is preparing to build
a new business house on the vacant lot
lying between tho residence of Mrs. L
JorgensoH and the Brihack property, op
posite the co'irt house. The house is to
be sixty feet deep, by twenty-five feet
front, and two stories higut.
.rnd SlHUeraUe Ball
will be given by the
KNIGHTS MYSTIC KREW of COM US
At the St. Charles hotel on Tuesday even
ing February 13, 177. No improper
characters will be admitted, and every
person will be required to unmask before
entering the hall. Tickets for sale at
Paul Schuh's, Parker's book store, and
M. J. McGauley's. Admission, gents
$1 ; ladies. 50 cents. l-t2-13
The funaral of the late Charlie Baker
took place"yesterday afternoon, and was
attended by a large number of the friends
and acquaintances of the deceased. The
Rough and Ready flro company and the
Cairo Casino, oi both of which organi
zations Baker was a member, turned out
in a body, headed by the Cairo National
band. The remains of the deceased
were Interred in the Catholic cemetery
at Villa Ridge.
To all who are suftYring from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner-
fous weakness, early decay, loss of man-
bcod, etc, I will wud a recipe that will
cure you, irea oi ciiarire. lhis great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a sclf-ad-dressed
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
Inman, Station D. BlWo House, New
To I he Fabltc.
The fact that there is no Elaine, oil In
tho city, Is caused by the overflow of the
Elaine Oil Works" at Pittsburg a
tew days ago, when so
great obstruction was done to other prop
erty by tire lire nnd flood. We expect
every day to hear that the works arc In
order again, nnd booh thereafter you
ennbe supplied wlth"jh(j f amily Safe
Guard Oil" through the usual channels.
A most shocking accident occurred at
the saw mill o Mesrs. Morris, Ruode &
Co., near I'Tlyi, on Tuesday last. Mr.
Marion Carter, one of the sawyers, was
struck In the face by a piece of flyinat Um
ber, his nose broken and mashed, and
both check bones crushed to atoms. Dr.
Wardner of this city was sent for and
went up to attend the wounded man, but
before the doctor reacjied Ulliu the
wounded man's face had swollen so
much as to render it impossible for him to
give the sufferer relief. It Is thought
doubtful it Carter can recover.
Site wart for (Itjt'lerk.
In another place in this Issue of the
Bulletin w ill be found Mr. James W.
Stewart's announcement of bis candi
dacy for re-election to the office of city
clerk. We believe It is admitted on all
sides that Mr. Stewart has made one of
the best clerks the city has ever had. He
is attentive to business, prompt in the
discharge of his duties, and always reli
able. To those having business with him
he is courteous and obliging. In fact Mr.
Stewart ls a model clerk, and we would
like to see him continued in the office.
Part of, our citizens who went to New
Orleans on an excursion have returned.
The balance went on to Galveston
The railroad company is getting a very
large number of ties here. Thirty-four
cents is the price paid now.
A party stopped over here to buy
wheat, ; and ottered $1.30, which
had the effect of raising the price of wheat
at the mills to $1.35, and flour to $3.50
per hundred lbs. Nemo.
Ddxoola, Jan. 20, 1377.
The case ot Joseph I. Able vs. the
Cairo and St. Louis narrow gauge rail
toad company, was continued in the
circuit court yesterday. The evidence in
the case was all in at tour o'clock, when
the argument in the case was opened.
The case w as given to the jury between
six and seven o'clock. Llnegar and I.aus
den for the plaintiff ; and G reen and Gil
bert lor the company. Mr. Able was
passenger agent for the narrow gauge,
and demands the umot $75 per month
for his services. The company rfu.e to
rav more than S30 per month. Hence
this action. '
The. Merry Daj a or Old.
In readinir of the middle a''es one is
struck by the accounts given of feats of
strength, etc., of the life actors ot those
times. The suits of armor w orn, would
certainly Indicate the possession of
greater physical strength than is devol-
pd by men in tnese latter days. hat
wrought the change? Men lived In the
merry days a more out-door life than
this advanced civilization of ours can af
ford. There is a greatcr consumption of
brain matter, and that increased demand
on mental and physical power necessi
tates the use of a pure vegetable stimu
lant tonic, such as the Home Stomach
At Ibe EpUeopal liurcli.
i lie attendance at the Episcopal church
on Sunday both morning and evening,
was larger than usual. The increased
attendance was uo doubt due to the
desire of a great many of our people to
hear the Rev. Mr. Morrison, whom it
was announced would occupy the pulpit.
Those who had tlie pleasure of listening
to this able gentleman speak of his ser
mons In terms of the highest praise. He
is a fluent and agreeable speaker, and
handles bis subject In a forcible and con
vincing manner. Y'esterday, accompanied
by Mr. A. B. Saftord, Mr. Morrison
visited the public schools of the city, and
expressed himsell much pleased and sur
prised to find them Ko well organized and
in so prosperous a condition.
Tuelairo and Cape Ulrardeau lc kel
The little steamer Lizzie Baylias, Capt
Billy Williams on deck, will leave the
Cairo wharf at 10 a.m., Thursday morn
ing, on her regular trip to Cape Girar
dean and return, stopping at all Inter
mediate points. Believing that a payiug
trade could be worked up between Cairo
and the Cape, 'apt. Williams Induced the
owners of the Bayliss to put her in the
trade. She has now made three paying
trips, and so long as the traffic betweeu
the two points pays a reasonable profit
she will continue her trips, The mer
chants and business men of Cairo have
an interest in the success ot the Bayli
in this trade, and owe it to themselves to
trive her all the business they can. There
are numerous villages and landing
lying between Cairo aud the Cape, from
each of w hich Cairo ought to, and ean
it the proper eflorta are made, draw a
large trade, and there is no better way to
secure this trade than to encourage the
semi-weekly trips of the Bayliss.
John P. Holy has gone to Goo.-e
Inland to do some surveying for O.
! Os. Greeley was in the city yeater
! Dr. G. L. Poplin, first president of
the C airo and Fulton raiiroa.i,
the Planters' lloii-m yeterdsy.
j Geo. It. Knox, general freight agent
of the Green Line, w as at tho Planters
a . , , a
Representative Irvln will return to
Springfield to-morrow, in order to be
present at the re-convening ot the legisla
ture on Thursday.
F. E. Canda, president of tho Cairo
and St. Louis railroad company, is la tha
city attending to business in the circuit
The following were among the
guests at the Planter's !fcuse jester
day : Geo. R. Knox, Nashville ; Wm. V.
Heath, Chicago; J. C. nughes, Salem,
Mo.; Jas. Tcrklnson, Centralis; P.
Conrcd, St. Louis; Herman Klrchhoff,
Jackson, Mo.; R. A. Brcman, Evans-
TlIU; O. L. Russell ami D. G. Willis,
Goose Island; W. Lee, Kentucky; II. C.
Allen, Mo.; Green L. Poplin nnd wife,
Among the prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles hotel yesterday were Win.
Ender.s, St. Louis ; L. A. Tickell, New
Madrid ; R. D. Gibbons, Jackson, Tenn.;
J. W. Wren, Chicago; J. Buchanan
Cincinnati ; Thnd. 8. Ely, 11. London,
Memphis ; J. A. Power, Sandoval, 111. ;
J. Pointevent, Ocean Springs, Miss.;
J. II. Lieb, Sumers, III. ; Louis L. Reese,
Vicksburg ; O. S. Tippy, Marlon, III.;
J. G. Arrlnsrton, Jackson ; Chas. G. Al
len, St. Louis; M. J. Fogerty, New
York ; Frank M. Zuck, St. Louis ; James
M. Robbins, New Madrid.
Cairo, 111., Jan. 2!i, 1S77
No material change has taken place in
the market here since last report. The
weather continues warm and pleasant-
more like May or June than like January
The Ohio river is falling slowly here,
and a decline of from fifteen to twenty
feet is anticipated. Should expectations
In this respect bo realized, there will still
be a good stage of water for the largest
sized boats from Cairo to New Orleans
There is no change to report In the
condition of tho flour market. The stock
on hand is fair, while the demand is light
Prices are firm at quotations. Hay is in
good supply, while the demand is very
light. Tho condition of tho market here
is attributable to the fact that at all lead,
ing points below there is a surplus of liny
on the market, i'neos, however, hold
up, and are firm at quotations. There Is
a good demand for light weight oats at
about thirty-three cents. The supply is
very light. Heavy oats are in light supply
and fair demand. Corn is in
light supply, with a more active demand
The supply of meal is fair. The d.-mand.
ls light. There is no change in prices
Bran is in light demand, with a fair sup
ply on hand. Potatoes are still scarce
and wanted at previous quotations. Ap
ples are plenty. The demand is light.
There is a fair supply of. dressed meat on
the market. Prices remain as last
quoted. Hides and tallow are com
ing In and are sold readily at quotations.
Poultry is scarce and in good demand at
fair prices. There is very little on the
market. There is no game on tlie mar
ket. A limited quantity would find
ready sale. Choice butter is scarce and
wanted. Common and Inferior is plenty
and hard to work off. Ejfus me aro
and wanted at good prices.
Rates by river are unchanged 15c per
cwt., and 30c per bbl for flour to .New
5saFOur Mends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and lor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Stocks fair. Demand light. Prices firm
at quotations. Sales reported w re 1,000
bbls. variom grades, $0(5,7 50; 200 bbls.
various grades, $5 268; 100 bbls. Choice
Family, $0 50; 100 bbls. various grades,
$3 50(o,7 50; 550 bbls. various grades,
The supply is good, while the demand
s very light, Sales reported were 2 cars
mixed, $0 50; 1 car choice mixed, $10 50;
2 cars Timothy, $12 ; 1 car Timothy, $11;
3 cars choice mixed, $11 ; 2 cars choice
Timothy, $12 ; 1 car mixed, $'J 50; 3 cars
common mixed, $U ; 2 cars Red Top, $0.
In active demand for light weight at
about 33c. Heavy oats is in fair supply
and good demand. Sales reported were
1 car, Central Illinois, lu bulk, 33c ; 170
sacks, mixed, 41c.
The supply is light ; the demand fair
But few sales reported. One car white,
In bulk, sold at 40c; 3C0 sacks, white
The supply ot meal is light, thou
equal to tho demand. Prices are un
changed. Sales noted were 23 bbls city
$2 30 : 13 bbls. irreeu. $2 20 ; 150 bbls
city, $2 302,2 35.
Bran is in fair supply. The demand is
good, though not active. Sales reported
were fifty sacks. 10 ; 150 sacks, $15.
There are very fw on the marke
The demand is active, and all that arrive
are taken promptly at good prices.
Apples are plenty and slow sale. Sales
rejiorted were 20 bbls..choice ortucrn,
$2 75!j3; 50 bbls. choice Northern, ?J;
10 bbls. good Southern Illinois, $2 50.
The supply of dressed meat is fair.
There Is no change to report in prices.
Dressed hogs, In lots, are selling a
y etc ; beef, tfiJic ; mutton, fie.
Sales of hides reported were 751) lbs.
green salt. 7c; 00 lbs. dry flint, lX$ll ;
hou lbs. tallow, 7c.
poultry is scarce aud in demand.
Mixed chickens are worth $J 50(2 73.
and good fat old heus $3(3 50. Turkeys
are selling at $10&ll per dozen. Sales
reported were 3 coop mixd ehicVi'tis,
75; J coop old he us, guod, $3 50; j
coops turkeys, $11.
'l ive re U no gam) on ttui luurkut. A
limited supply would dad ready al.
Strictly choice butter Is la good de
mand. There Is very little on the mar
ket. Common and Inferior Is In large
supply and hard to dispose or. Sales re
ported were 4 packages, Southern Illi
nois, 13c; 7 packages, Southern Illinois
17c ; C buckets, solid packed, 20o ; 600
lbs. Southern Illinois roll, I5,lc ; .KH)
lbs. Central Illinois, 80(22o; 250 lbs.
Southern Illinois, 18c.
There are very lew arrivlug. The de
mand Is good. Sales reported were 3
packages, 2c ; 1 package, 30c.
Fi r Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 3
$0; No. 3 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.00.
Mink No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 73c; No. 3 50c.
No. 410c. Raccoon No. 1 70c; No. 1
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No,
I 85o Nn. 2 00c; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c
Fox- ray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
50 red fox No. 1 $1 : No. 2 75c,
posum No. 1 10c : No. 2 8c : No. :t.
35c. Muskrat No. 120c; No. 2 15c; No
it 10c. Bear No. I $10; No. 2 $7 No. 5
$3; No4$l. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2.50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75c;.
i-rane vtoit o. si 23; No. 2 50c.
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut 10 Badirer
Wo quote Paradise nnd Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3; nut, $2, delivered car
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75.
delivered per single ton, lump, $1 ; nut
$3 25; Ratlin or llarrisburg coal ot
track per load, lump, $27; nut, $10; dc
nvered per ton, x.i rsi : I'ittsDurir
car loads on tack. $3 50 per ton.
Wan bsriHiaisr, Uiych Kkpot, l
Jan. v, tCil.
I FT. tit. I IT. I.
Cairo ' :w 7 !
Pittsburir ft " 4
Cincinnati S 2 1 4 -
tiouisvilie I i -I n
Nashville II n i -
8t. Louis ' 1 I
Memphis 2' ft X ft
Vicksbunr SI 4 l n
.New Orleans 1" I X 7
f)?low high water or 1874.
Sergeant, Signal Service, U H. A .
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" (raud Tower, Cape Girardeau.
" Mary Miller, Cincinnati.
" Nelly Spears, tow, Cincinnati.
" John A. Wood and tow, "
" Simpson Horner, tow, "
" Arkansas and tow, "
Vint Shlnkle, "
Golden Rule, "
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
Lizzie Bayliss, Cape Girardeau.
" Gil City and tow, Cincinnati.
" Andy Baum; Memphis.
Steamer James F'lsk, Paducah.
" Vint Shlnkle, Memphis.
" Golden Rule, New Orleans.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
Lizzie Bayliss, Wittenburg.
" Eddyville, Nashville.
Alice Brown, tow, N. ().
" Anuy rsaiiui, Cincinnati.
The Lizzie Bayliss, W. M. Williams
master, will leave for Cape Girardeau
and way points promptly at ten o'clock,
m., Thursday, February 1st. 1-or
freight or passage apply on board.
The pleasant weather still continues.
Business is fair on the levec.
Tho Vint Shinkle arrived early Sunday,
she had a tine trip, and unloaded a num
ber of packages tor our merchants
The Golden Rule, from Cincinnati, and
bound for New Orleans, arrived, lojdcd
to the water. She took coal and silently
slid out Tho Arkansas Belle
brought out a good reshipping trip, con
sisting of 71 bbls., 700 sacks, 120 bales
and 100 packages sundries lhe
Lizzie Bayliss had a good trip and soon
steamed again towards the Mississippi
for Wittenburg, where a quantity
of flour is promised her
The Eddyville had a good passenger list
and returned to Nashville after making
light additions here The Mary Mil
ler has a good trip for St. Louis, and is
awaiting the resumption of navigation in
that quarter, She will leave lu a few
davs. as rumors state the ice is
thawing last, and pedestrians have
to be very cautious in crossing
The elegant steamer 4rand Tower ar
rived from Capo Girardeau with 5,000
barrels ot flour, of which she reships
here 1000 barrels for New Orleans and
Nashville The reliable Andy Baum
arrived at 5 p.m., with a good up trip,
consisting of 500 bales cotton, a lot of
lumber, stock, etc. She made no addi
tions CapLKaite, clerk ot the Cher
okee is the happy father of a handsome
girl baby Tbe Jas. W. Gafl left
Cincinnati on the 2Sth with the biggest
trip ever taken out In he trade. She had
fully GijD tons and was drawing over C
feet. She engaged more below than she
can possibly take.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE :
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la I tie Hranil lll
LINIMENT Which ha stood tha teat of 4C
There ia no aore it will not Ileal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
sVche, no Pain, that Afflicts tho Uu
man body, or tha body of a Ilorae
or other Oomestio animal, that
ioa not yield to ita magio touch.
A. bottl coating 25o., 60o. or tl
hast oltan saved the lifo of a Human
Bain, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many Valuable
GaTJ' awBa41 atvas w Vara-
VL.-A Tf ,. ardOamoul
r Z.tJl P"t Agents, auirer ox
LJW fe. U aa.-' t. Ua, at
J)B. W. 0. JOGSX.Yir.
trH K.i Ktthtb Street, betwssa Washiagtoa
ami Commercial Avtnuea, Cairo, lllinol
Whereas, Charles D. Artef and Kllra M.
Arter, bis wife, by their certain sale mort
gage, executed and delivered to the under
signed, on the 20th day of Deoember, A.
D. did. for the nurnose ot seeurtiaT a
certain promlaory note therein mentioned,
mortgage, to the undersigned tbe followrng
oencniieii pramiRca, to-wil: lxU num.
bersd thirty (iiO) and thirty-one (31), tt
diock nutntiereu imy-one, (oi), m tlie niy
of Cairo, Illinois ; and whereas, default ttJM
been made In tbe payment of aid note t
now, therefore, In pursuance of the author
ity conferred liy said sale mortgage, I Will
sell tbe above described preintwc, at pub
lic vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash
In hand, at the door of the Court House,
In the elty of Cairo, Illinois, on Saturday,
February 3, A. I. 1877; at the hour ot 2
o'clock p.m. of said day, said sale to t
ALFRED II. NAKFORD, Mortgagee
VJreon A fiilhert, Attorney.
January .1, 177 d 30 d
To Ilie fVorkinar S la w, are now
irvparpl to furnish all clashes wi'h snntt em
ployment at home, the whole of the time, or fir
their iare momenta. Unwinds new, liaht and
lirolltHiilo. I'trmns ofeithnr sex easily earn
irom -Viceiits to $-1 per evenins. and a iiropor
I turns! sum by devoting rhcir whole time to the
business, Itoya soil girls earn nearlya raaoti
t men. That all Who se this notice mar awd
their l!rcs, and trxt the business wemskettiis
iiniiHmlleled olfer: To such as are not well satis -tied
we will send one ilollsr to pay fa the
troiiMe .f writing, r oll particulars, sample
worm several dollars to ronimenc work on,
ami s copy of Hume and Klrvside, on of tlie
lurgest and lieM illustrated publications, all sent
free by mail. Header, lfy u want rmapeat,
profitable work, CsuHi, insio ft t:o, Port
Chartered by th
State of Illinois
for the eiiiresa
purpose ot giving
n all cases of private, chronic, and urinary ni
aaise in all their complicated forms. It is well
known (list Ir. lames has stood at tbe head ot
the itrol'raHion for the iiast JH years. Ae snd
experienceare all-Important. mlnl Weak-
si r, li mm. losses ny nreama. pimpie on me
face, lost manhood, can positively lie curved
lilies wanting the most delicate attention, call
nr write. Pleasant bom for patients. A book
lor the million. Marriage Uuide, which toll
you all about these diseases--who should marry
whv not lu cents to pay postage. 1'r- .lame
has :m rooms and parlor. You see no on but
the doetnr Ollloe hours, u a.m. to 7 p.m. Huu
tlays, lu to 12. All business strictly onflk-a
Wind-Proof, Flannel Lined
Lealhsr Tests aad Pitt:.
I.IIJIIT IN WK.hillT AND S1VI.UII
IN A ri'fc". AllA.Nl.K.
AfTunliniran iiinount of comfort anil protectlou
heretofore deemed impossible eicrpt ill runner
Hull with heavy, clumsy garments.
G. W. SIMMONS & SON
Jiiil-orfrr of Kngli'h t'lstcv Overcoat.
OAK HALL, .... BOSTON, MASS
eudiiisrters for nllliUrv (u
nrcmerr s uuiuia.
We lielieve these sre the liest protectors ag'tlnt
biwl weuther ever devised, and the very great sue
c-n met with Ul season has led in to mauuiac
turn s Inrge stock lor th present season. In
price (reduced i' per cent, from lal year's) m
very rusonhlei tor the vest, for tlm jaar
eU If pielerred, we will mak to order, frork
liiriuurc st the same price, xend for eirculsr.
MeaMires required are simply these: lireast, ,
Wmst, , Inside nealll ot sleeve, - . Mention
height anil Height.
O. W. SIMMONS & SON, Oek Hall
HUSTON MASS 11-21
oTitamed in the fnlted
States, Canada, and tu
rope terms u low a
those of any other relia
ble house. Corresnoa-
dence luvted in Ui c.n-
lUh and foreign sn gunge, witn Inventors, At
torneys at lw, and other Holiciitors, especiall
w th those who have hud their case rejected ia
the hands ol other attorneys. In rejec.Uei rase
our fees are resKonahle, and no charge ia mad
unless w are uccestul.
II If yoH wsnt a pi
I. rnCsend us a model
examination at the patent office, and It we think
It patentable, will senn you papers nuuit,
and prortecuie your case, uur itx wm u
dinary cases, wi'.
dinary cases, wi'.
f1 Oral or written ia matter
fett, K-Cmml4sl"nT ol i-arenis,
leviland, tituo ; O. II Kelley, Esq , See'
National tiracge. Louisville, Ky j tonimo.tor
lian'l Amiura, i:. a. N.. VVashlna-ton. U. C.
ITj-eml stamp for our "ouid for ubtam
ingl'atenu.' a book cf w page
Ad'ires :-lala Br at Co., holicl
tors of Pates la, W suhlBgtou, It. C.
n;. mm w
Made Any Jay iu Pts 4 Cu.Js. Invest ACCimiisiJ
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to your uieans. M), a or i'si, Bsiuistw
If.tUKS, hi brought A umall fortun to lhe carcl'ul
nvcttor Wt sdv whs ud how u OPEltA I K
H Vtfl V Itouk ih tuil iuriinualion tturt
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BAXTER At CO.,
Banker and TJrokara 1? Wall St. V. T
IN A D VEHTISUTQ-
Tlirs tkousaad. two hundred anil tttiy dollar
JVorth or newaisrv wvwiuiuii, fuui
atea given for oil. aad a lure monlti' oota
ereptwl ut symnl no in avriiiMiroi raspou-
litlity. a prinwi n, iiiwh 1 .
i,il dAilv and wwkly eireulatioa aad sctiodula
ttm n( .ulvortiaing, urrl frs u aav addrva.
uply l,i u r. kosiii , jiwspapr
dvartiainj Agent, 41 Park iUv, I. Y.
The Centaur Uniments.iu,
pain, tubdu swellings, heal burn, and will cur
Kbennuitlsra, Kiwvin. and aav Swb, Ua or
muscle aliilirn. il i tVrapper Is fir
lainily use, tb Yc'low Wreppcr lur animals.
Allsluf the inirrvlieut s' .. .iisimu aroiimi
ach Uottl. Ibcy ai t'Uai). le-'y, ) cer
The certain, speedy and riartole
reroedy fot ellJra, urii. tsrv st wrU i
a pieasaat la ask as hoay and as cmsia la Its
rtTart a Cau Oil . rVr W lnl t'o'le. Worm
Hour Stoeua.. sad IMsoraarsd Bgwts. Aw
otbias ha kaSca.
grimed an4 hM no rival. ' "'