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HlKO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Sole.-- A n biiMnese nrto can have three llns
pare, In this column under appropriate heading
Htherat of SI W pe mouth or 1J per year
payable quarterly insAlvanca.
llftritwnre, IMetea d Tin Wre.
A. MALLET-tuoler In Moves, Un end Hani
ware, tianlcn end Farmers Implements, Wire
iuwta, Hefrigcnitora, I'limri ami (.addcra.
ir;mmerclal Avenue. Uuitering, and .lull
Work dune on short nntii.
.1, S.MWAHKY-KeBlcrln lianl aud soft Inm
Itr, lloorlnic, ryiling, siding and surface!
lumlK-r, lath and ah i u frlt-n Office and yard
turner Twentieth atrwt ami Washington ivmuf
LANCASTER A UICE-Iea1-r In aOi.
doors. Minds, Hi:.. hard and anil lumber and
lilnjrli'S. Yard and other. Commercial at'rnur,
otniT 17th street
I). It A KTM AN Dcakr In Que-nirwiirc . Toys..
Iiiips aud all kinds of lanrjt articl'. Commi-i
al avenue, corner ''Hi alrwn.
WILLIAM WrxTEIt ixth atrwt tutween
"niumerc.iiil avenue and Washington avenue.
t'lethnia; ttarrlia.nl Tftllerlng.
.IOI1X ANTRIM -Merchant Tailor and di-nl-r
In lU-edy Made Clothing. 71) Ohio Lever.
Krai S.Mate Agrnrle.
M. .1. HO WLEV-Real Estate Agi-nt. Buys
ajvl telle real ntila, cullecta rents, iys Um
lor non-residents, etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth Streets.
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J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
ASCAI.ON LOlHlE, BO. 81.
Knight of Pythias, nwucmr tX
day night at hall-pout seven, in Odd-
Frtluwa Hall. Howl,
a.oesii Brev Itlee.
ALEXANDER LODOK, NO M4.
JT N. Independent Ordrr of Odd-Fel-
fk 1 Iowa, merts every Thnraday night
tamae at half-paat seven, In their hell on
JumBH'iTial avenue. tM-tween hiath and Neventh
:ret!i Will k. Iltwsixa, N. U.
'lAIRO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. f., meet
.,in odd-Fellows' Hall oa the flret al third
I ui'tday in every month, at half-peal seven
A. Cotiiiioa. C I'
CAIRO LODUE. NO 237, A. r. A. M.
rgulnr communications in Ma-
(Kinu r Commercial avenue
iirhth stm-t. on the second and
'oiirth Mondar of each mouth .
Ja CAIRO IAI
' and Eighth
Alexander county lands, Cairo lota in
exchange lor St. Louis property.
A fine residence ou turner llalbrook
avenue nrKl Twetity-tlilrd street, at a bar
Cottage on Sixth street between Va)h
nton aventie and Walnut atreet.
House and lot on Eighth gtreet between
Walnut and Cedar, $ 1,6.10.
Two-story house on Twenty-eighth
KATt'H OF AJiVKBTIftlSU.
IJ-AU hllli for advertiaiaf , are due and pay
able iff Abvaitca
Tranaiunt advertiain will be inserted at th
rate of Tl uO periiuare for the first insertion
and Vi rents for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on standing and diapl
a-i vert ! ments
For itisertins; Funeral notire $1 do Notice of
mectinc of societies or avret ordt-rs fio rents for
Charrb, Society, Festival and 8upier notices
will only be inserted as advertiaenwntA
No advertisement will be received at leas than
lA cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for leas than three dollars per month
I.OCAI. HlftlNt.atS JIOtK M
Of one Rfjuare (8 linen apace) or more, in
serted in the Bi'M.etin as follows : (Le.a
than one square counted as n Square.)
One insertion p:r square $ 50
Two insertions per equare. 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
hix lnertlons per aqiare 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per aqnare 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
TUESDAY, FEBRUAKY 20, tS7
Judge Baker convened trcuif rourt at
Monnd City yesterday.
A store ley, picked tip on the street
yesterday after noon Just alter the lire, can
lie found at. this Bvllv-tim office. The
owner ran have the same by rayl"? for
The tnle of the furniture belonging to
Mr. B. K. Bennett, announced to take
place at Winter ft Stewart's auction
room till morning, will not come oft",
Mr. Bennett having sold M good at
Many have fouud a consumptive's
grave, when Lad they made use ol Ma
gulre'a Tar Glycerine Whisky and Itock
Candy, life might have been spared to
them. Try a sample bottle, only 10 cents.
Large size, $1.00.
Among the truest at Herbert's yeter
day were Davie Hiner, Mound City ; E.
Fisher, .St. Johns; A. Fernharker,
Evansville; J. II. EnglUh, Chatta
nooga; W. Wilson, J. fl. Picard, A, H
Hayne, Arlington, Ky.
Among the arrivals at the Hauler's
House yesterday were Geo. Steward, Jas.
A. McElmurry.St. Louis ; C. II. Call,
Ullin ; Geo. 11. Torrcnce, Bsllard Co.,
Ky.; S. H. Howell, Mississippi ; N. If.
Straver. Charleston. Missouri.
Personal. Should this meet the eye of
the Individual who created a disturbance
In church last Sunday by lils continued
coughing, he will confer a favor on the
congregation by procuring a bottle of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup, which will cure
itreet, between Poplar and Commercial I I Soap.
Store room lately occupied by flowe
The love of humanity is the safeguard
of man aud equity Is the surest road to
happiness. Therefore, be who fails to
cultivate a love for his fellows and aban
dons the best route. Is a much an object
of commiseration as be who Is ignorant
of the virtues of B. T. Babbitt's Best
to teai h aud the progress made In the I cannot be loo earnestly tnalstej upon.
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh streets.
The first floor of a brick dwelling cor
ner of Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on the north side of Twelfth
treet between Walnut and Cedar.
Business house on Lcvce Rtrett above
Eight, and in good repair.
Room in a two story house on Com
mercial avenue between Ninth and Tenth
Store room near corner ol Twentieth
iir.d Poplar street; $3.
Tenements 3, 4, 5 and 10 in Winter'
f.ow for $10 per month, and in Crt-t !;".
Cottage on Twcnty-flrc t-trcet between
Sycamore and Poplar.
Rooms in nearly every part of the nty.
FOP. LEASE OR SALE.
Lands in tracts to suit, pear CMito.
It is now conceded that Mr. Coleman.
:Le laundress. No. 13 Fourth street, be-
lAveen Washington and Commercial ave-
aues, has one of the best conducted latin
lrv establiehments in the city, and land-
.j.rd of hoteli and boarding houses will
And it to their advantage to call upon
rn-r. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
ind boardins house washing 75 cents i-r
Jozen. For piece work price are as fol-
!Ka annaiarrmfnl will be IneertfMl
la I he RMlleiln aanlvaa tla maaar sc.
eampstnlca to aurne. ihla rwle la
Imperative). RSTKN Aiisiwaaac-
men I ivr eiij ineea, si ; mraiaa,
For CHjr Clark.
We are autbori7e.l to announce .Tamf w ,
Stewart a a candidate for ra-lection to the of-
11 ra of City Clerk at the approaching charter
Lost, at the Mystic Krew ball, one
long black pocket book, containing
eight or nine dollars, some railroad let
ters, and other papers ot no value except
to the owner. Finder will please return
by mail or personally, to the nnder-
Mgned. Money may be kept and no
questions asked. T. M.Lovrtt,
80 Ohio levee.
Caiao. III., tab. 1". IiCT.
tim a. Baa Thb. Wid. I Vat. Wiatm
7 em. y.fl j Olo NW i n Fa:r.
11:11' r p7 I tx N I M Ciear.
Sp.tn. o N I Cloudy.
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Sergeant. Sumai oetvlpe, lT. 9. A.
TAYLOR LITERARY CLUB.
Friday Eycning, Feb. 23, 1877.
This Club will present to the public ot
. airo one of their
Finest aelection of vocal and instrumen
tal muic ever otiereu oy tins ciud.
Single shirt and collar, i.-c ; io
iSirts ami two collars, 'ioc ; per dozen,
-Oc; socks, .'; two collars, tc ; two
handkerchief, .V ; vests, 20c ; and all gen-
s0c iht dozen ; ladies
Dlaln calico dresses, $1 25 per dozen
ca'ico dresas with extra trimmings, 50c;
white drenses. $1 2.1; ladies underwear,
line or course, $1 per dozen. ll-2-lf
Peter Ilairuerninia Out of tue AaUea
Mr. Peter Zimmerman, cleaner, reno-
nir.r I n.nnirer of clOtltlDfiT. wa
burned out in the big fire of Saturday
morning lat, but 1 already ready to
serve the public and his old customers
again. He has opened out in John liy
land's old fctand, at the comer of Com
mercial avenue and Tenth street, and re
spectfully solicits patronage from old anil
new friends. If you have a coat, a vest
or a pair of pantaloons that needs clean.
lug or repairing, take It to Peter Zimmer
man and he will make it us gooa a new
at a price that w ill astonish you by Its
cheapness. Remember Peter Zimmer
man, at the corner of Commercial avenue
:md Tenth street. 1-19-lm
I'Kliire l rnmlutf.
We have this day 60ld to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc.. of the picture framing department
ot tho Bulletin. All orders for frames
aiiould ho sent to him or left at
thisolllee. We bespeak tor him the lib
erality of patronage that has been be-
.towed upon us Ills assortment oi
mouldine U complete, prices beyond
t ompetition and he guarentces satisfac
tion in all cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1S70.
it Cairo Bulletin Co.
'I'n -ill vvliii 11 IP suflcrinsr from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, 'ree of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-ad
dressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
Inman. Station D. Bible Iloiue. New
York City. 1-30-Cm.
FOUR END MEN.
miin.rrvK ivn iakkh.
TAMIIO. !CIILCKbK4 AJII tJAI.I'illtn
WW. tfrlaht-Soprano. K itowe janor.
J AlHinroue Alto. W.ll Jlorria -Uaaao.
Reserved Seats at Hartnian's.
Jell Brown has taken charge ot I he
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
LnrnDei t. Jufl U a good barber, and so
licits a hare of patronage. Give him a
, will and satialy yotirsell. tt
llAtiax'a Magnolia Balm preserve
ind restore, the complexion ; removes
irwkles, tr.n aud eallowness ; make the
'klu olt, white and delicate. Itaappll
atlon cannot be detected.
Lyon's Katuairon makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents 1U fall
ng out or turning gray. It b to
the test of 40 years. la.cbAruilngly per
fumed and bat no rival.
Buy your coflee, sugar and teas at the
lowest prices, at New l ork Store.
Best plow lu use. Sold and warranted
at the New York Store. Try them.
We will pav no bills for goods or mtr-
.. l i . 1 7 . . t . - . .
wlianulso purcnaseu jur iuc uih-mu
by any ot the employes, unless the pur-
ehas is made on a written order signed
by thejpresident or secretary of tho com
pany. Cairo Bulletin Co.
MornluK Ulorjr llHina.
We are just In receipt of this celebrated
Ham. a so Beef Tongues, tfreakiasi
Bacon, best meats in the market.
2-10-10t New York Siohk.
Mrs. Horn has removed her drcss-mak,
in or rooms from her lat residence on
Seventh street to aslungton avenue,
one door above Mrs. R. II. Cunning
ham's, where she will bo happy to see
her friends and patrons. 1-20-1 m,
Seed I oeeila !
We liave just received and offer for
sale clover seed, timothy seed, seed oats,
and a fresh line of garden seeds for 5 and
10 cents per paper ; alo bulk seeds by
the quart and pound, top and ;bottom
onion setts of all kinds.
2-ll-10t New York Stork.
Wilson' Albany seedling strawberry
Lawtou blackberry plant-!, and Early
I.inneanr pie plant roots.
All in quantities to suit bus cre.
Residence opposite Nineteenth street,
on Commercial avenue. 2-8-1 m
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
and congregation will give a "pound
party"' on Monday evening next at the
residence of Samuel T. Wheeler, Re.
freshments will be served at 9 o'clock, aud
the pound packages sold at auction im
mediately after. The ladies feel war
ranted in saying that this will be the
moat pleasant affair of the season.
Mrs. A. O. Sloo, Secretary.
John Murphy was before his honor,
Judge Bird, yesterday on complaint ot
Bob Hughitt. Murphy took a hatchet
and, Comanche like, was going to scalp
Hughitt. The latter, being a peaceably
I inclined sort of a fellow, refused to take
I the law in Ins own hands and had
Murphy arrested. Judge Bird assessed
a tine of Aye dollars and the usual costs
against Murphy, which he paid and
went his way rejoicing.
At the St. Charles yesterday were
F. Plant, Hickman ; I. D. Snydner, lo-
ledo; O. N. Henderson, Union City.
Tenn.; C. H. McDougall, Memphis ; W.
H. Hubbard and lady, Arkansas; Jas.
rentney, Evansville ; Frank Stringer,
St. Louis ; Abe Reiser, Evansville , Os
car S. Dasher, Evansville ; G. G. Berry,
Cincinnati; F.G.Stone, Chicago; S. P.
Rush, Champaign ; J. B. Bennett, Cin
cinnati: R. W. Dugau and wife, St.
studies by v;rjr small as well as larger
acholarj. Ben. Pitman's syatsm ol short
hand is used, and the Worst alphabet.
Telegraph wires connect all the fchool
buildings and various room together."
A team of horses In-longing to Col.
C. Winston, formerly ot thi city, ran
away at the corner of Eighteenth street
and Washington avenue yesterday after
noou. When the team started, Mis Jen.
nle, youngest daughter ef the colonel,
was i.i the wagon, and did all she could
to stop them but failed. Near the resi
dence of Mr. Walters the wagon-bed
aud all K contents were
thrown ' from the wagon, and in
striking the ground Miss Winston re
ceived sever injuries. The left side of
her face was frightfully bruised and cut.
She was otherwise Injured about the
body, but it is the opinion ot the physi
cians, Drs. Brlgham and Gordon, that
her injuries are not ol a dangerous na
ture, though they are certainly very so
vcre. Miss Winston was taken to the
residence of M. B. Harrcll, where she
will remain untlll able to be moved,
when she will be taken to the residence
of her uncle J. G. Lynch.
The alarm of lire sounded yesterday
between one and two o'clock, was occa
sioned by the discovery of fire on the
roof of the Nefl building on Ohio levee
between Sixth and Eight streets, the
lower floor of which is occupied by
Mr. A. Marx, clothing store, and Mr.
NefTs merchant tailoring establishment.
The second floor of the building was oc
cupied by Mr. Neff aud family as
their residence. The lire was first dis
covered by the servant girl in Mr. NefTs
employ, who went down stairs to where
Messrs. Neff and Marx were at work and
gave the alarm. The fire alarm was
then sounded, but before the
fire companies could get into
working order the fire had gained con
siderable headway, and before it could be
extinguished almost the whole roof was
burned away, and in fact almost every
thing in the second story was destroyed,
or so badly damaged as to bo worthless.
The furniture and carpets in the rooms
occupied by Mr. NeI was all ruined,
either by fire or water, Mr. Marx 'a
stock of clothing and gent's furnishing
goods on the first floor was not touched
by the fire, but a great portion of It was
either ruined or badly damaged by water.
Mr. NcfT is unable to tell Ids loss, as, like
many other men who own large quanti
ties of real estate, he is not sure whether
he has any insurance on the
building. The loss on the
house, however, cannot tall short of
$1,500. Mr. Marx ha his stock fully in
sured, but is unable to say what his loss
is. as he has had no chance to look over
his eoods to ascertain to what extent
they are damaged. It is probable how
ever he will not get oft" short of a couple
that the effect ot mere sedatives and nar
cotics, like bromide of potassium, valer
ian, chloral, hydrate and opium, is less
appreciable the longer they are used, and
that they can never permanently relieve
nervous excitability, because thty can
not remedy the weakness and organic de
rangement which lies at its roots. Hos
tetter's Bitters, however, can and does
cure nervous maladies, for the reason al
ready stated. Sick headache, restless
ness at night, vertigo, mental heaviness,
and depression of spirits, as well as the
dyspeptic condition of the stomach, and
torpidity ef the liver and bowels, which
glye rise to them, are entirely obviated
by this benign alterative tonic.
C. Moerlein'a Cincinnati lager beer,
made fiom the best barley and hops.
Try It. 1-31-1 m.
Marco Polo, the great Venetian trav
eller, told the world some few centuries
ago, about the island of Cipango
(Japan), aud the kingdom of Cathay,
(China.) The great Khan of the latter
country shone with inconceivable splen
dor, but the villagers and common peo
ple, a the quaint traveller says, were
like dirty swine; In modern phrase, they
needed B. T. Babbitt's Best Sosp.
I always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
vooa s r ever run. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by me, will
be prosecuted to the full extent of the
law. For sale at the New Y'ork Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. Healy's, P. O. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office
Sold in 50 ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
dAw-tf. Dr. Wm. Wood.
We were exposed last week to a pltl
less storm, that wet our feet and stockings,
and Indeed our person all over. In fact
we took a cracking cold, which brought
sore throat and severe symptoms of fever.
The good wife asserted her authority,
plunged our feet in hot water, wrapped
us in hot blankets, and sent our faithful
son for a bottle ot Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
It is a splendid medicine pleasant to
take, ana did the job. We slept soundly
through the night and awoke well the
next morning. We know we owe our
quick recovery to the Pectoral, and shall
not hesitate, to recommend it to all who
need such a medicine. Tehuacana( Ttxa$)
The lire companies rendered great ser
Vice at the fire yesterday, and we believe
all the companies lu the city were there
and rendered excellent service. We
know the Roughs, Hibernians and the
Fourth Ward boys did all that men could
do, and to them Is due all the credit ot
stopping the fire where it was stopped. At
one time it looked very much as if the en
tire Springfield block and the City Na
tional Bank building would have to go,
but through the efforts of the firemen
they were saved.
The undersigned desire to return their
thanks to the onlcers and members ot
all the tire companies rendering ser
vice at tho tire yesterday for their prompt
and efficient efforts In caving our prop
erty; and alo to Mr. F. D. Rexford.
Jas. A. Phillis and Hisy oodward, and
all the other gentlemen who assisted us
in the work of saving our property and
goods. Their assistance ou this occa
sion will ever be gratefully remembered
by us. Peter Neff,
Cairo, Feb. 19, 1S77.
Turn of life. Armed with trfis great
antidote, the fiery ordeal is passed
through and the sufferer ouce more re
stored to the possession of unimpaired
health. These Pills are equally efflca
clous in all lemale complaints, and
obstructions at the dawn ot womanhood
Sold everywhere. 3o cents per box or
Cairo Actual Bnalnea uiid Telegraph
The above will be open on and after
Monday the 19th inst., in the Winter
Block, lronting on Commercial avenue
where every department will be upon tho
most complete basis. Scholarships issued
on the most favorable terms. We have
every facility for the best of training lu
all the departments. First class sound
ers, cut-outs, batteries, etc., reasonaoie.
The course of instruction will be in the
most legitimate form. lS-3t
We understand the management ot the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad propose to
investigate the conduct of one ot the
conductors on that road in regard to his
actions in this city a few evenings since,
and of which the Bulletin has before
sDoken. The officials of the road state
that they will tolerate no man to remain
la their employ who is not a gentleman,
We are glad to hear that the management
ot the road have decided to look into this
matter, and it the charges against the
party in question are sustained he should,
and no doubt will be dismissed from the
service of the company.
Early Rose seed potatoes
New York store.
for sale at
The Mert-lismt'a F.-uns;-
Louis C. Herbert, proprietor of the
Merchant's Exchance Restaurant and
Saloon.(late of the Arcadia saloon, oppo
site the court bouse,)Commerclalaveiiuei
near corner ot 6th street, keeps on hand
at all times the finest liquors, wines, and
beers. Lunch spread at 10 o'clock every
morning. 2-8-1 m
Full Hue of new style
New York Store.
Prints at the
A correspondent of the Cincinnati
Cwvnercial. writing from Cairo under
date February 10th, says : The delega
tion of gentlemen who visited our public
schools yesterday, to examine the meth
ods adopted for teaching telegraphy and
Dhonoeranhv. was composed of Mr.
Brldwell, Mayor Kleiner, Dr. Slaughter,
Mr. Bloss and Mr. Conn, of Evansville,
and Mr. Charlton, Superintendent of the
public echools ot Vlnceunt s. Our schools
have become rather noted ot late for the
teaching of these branches. The visitors
expressed themselves highly pleased
with what tbey saw ol the plans adopted
lint You Tried II.
We refer to that most remarkable com
pound, Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and Uorehound, lor coughs
colds, blood spitting, weak lnngs, croup
whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis,
aud all diseases of the lungs aud throats
Probably no similar preparation ever be
fore so quickly found Its way into public
favor as this. Us sale In our community
is simply enormous. Thoso who have
been disappointed in other so-called rem
edies, are specially invited to try this.
Be sure to get the genuine Dr. Morris'
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Uore
hound. There are imitations in the mar
ket. Trial size 10 cents. Regular 6izesi
50 cents and $1, at Barclay Brothers'.
Very pleasant, and always effective is
Prof. Tarker's Pleasant Worm syrup
and no physician required, Ask us.
The UrMlttide of su Invalid
Lauens, C. II., S. C, Spt. 24, 1873.
Dear Sir ; My wile has been using
daily your bitters, and I am glad to say
she has been greatly benefited. She Is
how stronger and in better general health
than she has been for years, and I feel
certain that her present gook health is
the lesult of using a tew bottles of the
Homo Bitters. She Joins me in thanking
you lor your kiiulaes3. My wile has im
proved so unicu that she does not need
the Bitters now, but thinks she will seud
for a fuw bottles when cold weather sets
in. I commenced this letter at the re
quest ot a lrlenJ greatly suffering from
bronchial atlection, which has brought
on general weakness. He asked me to
order tor him a half dozen bottles. Hend
them to Rev. VV. F. Pearson, Donalds-
vine, S. C. Mrs. May, a lady of our
town, says the bottle I gave her did her
a great deal of good, and that she would
order more soon. I am, ps ever, your
friend. ev- j R. Riley.
To the I'ltui'tent of tb Uouie Hitters Company,
St. l.ouU. Mo. K-.vim
Achina- Heads ! laestay Servo
Are often soothed by llostetter's Slom
ach bitters, because that searching cor
rectlveuess completely remove the causes
ot brain and nerve excitement, which
are to be found in derangement of the
stomach, and ot its associate organs, tua
llvar and bowel. It is 1 tfUtU which
Cairo, Illinois, Monday Evtnixc, I
February 19, 1S77. S
Business is fair in all leading branches.
The weather to-day indicates rain or
snow. The Mississippi and Ohio rivets
are both open to navigation, and both
have sufficient water to allow the move,
ment of the largest sized boats with ease
The railroads are all doing a fair busi
ness. There Is no change in freight
rates, the rates being 30c per dry barrel,
and 15c per cwt,
There la no material change in the
condition of the Flour market. Stocks
of all kinds, and more lespecialy of low
and medium grades, are very light and
by no means adequate to the wants of
the trade. On the other hand the de
mand, already active, is increasing, and
merchants find it difficult to supply the
wants ot their regular customers. Price
Receipts of Hat during the last few
days have not been large, but as the de
mand is very light have Jbeen suffi
cient to supply the demands of the mar
ket. Prices remain about as last quoted.
There Is a fair supply of Oats on the
market. The demand is fair though not
active. Prices firm at quotations.
Transactions in Corn have been light,
though the demand is fair, and prices are
firm. There is only a limited supply on
There is an active demand for Meal,
and tor several days past transactions
have been liberal. There are no changes
to report iu prices.
Bran is iu fair supply, with a libera
demand. Fifteen dollars per ton for
wheat, and $12 for corn bran, are the
ruling prices. Potatoes are in better
supply, though theie Is uo change to
note in prices. All tnac come
In are takeu promptly on arrival.
Choice apples are scare and in good de
maud, while common are plenty and dull
sale. Trl'ses remain about as last quoted
There is alwavs a good demand lor
strictly choice Butter for table use
There is verv little of this class ou the
market, while the demand is active
Common butter however is very plenty
and hard to dispose of at any price
nrvod common butter sold yesterday as
low as 1314c. Eoos are In good supply
and prices are one and two cents lower.
The market is In a little better condition
lor them. White Beaxs are wortu
$1 502 for strictly choice, while poor
and stained are not worth nior than
$irl 25. Onions are scarce, ami good
yellow would sell readily at $1 50 to f 5
unr MI. There is very ntue arieu
fruit In the hands t dealers. Dried ap
pies sre worth 4(5o, and dried peaches
ftillc. The latter are very scarce.
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la nn um.rpiie ill the prices oi niut s uu
i9-Our ft-leuds should bear lu mind
that tho prices Here given are viuj
Bui from first hands in round lots.
filling orders and lor brokeu lots it is.
oc..., m rhnro-o an nuyaniv wvir
these figures. "1
Stocks are very light, while the de.
I. tnoienttlnor Prices trt UTIU ft
nuotatlons. Sales rjpoited were 300 bbls.
. ..n. asi. t
various grades, $3 ; ovia. vari
ous grades, $53 U ; ooit. vanoua
grades, $5 257 25; 200 bbls. yarlous
$9; 3 ears good mixed, $10 1 9 can
good Red Top, $9 3 cars Timothy, $11 ;
1 cart choice) Timothy, $12 ; l car choice
Timothy, $12; 50 bales, $13.
Supply fair, with a moderately active
demand. Sale reported were 5 ears
Central Illinois, in bulk. 35c: 4 cars
Northern, In bulk, 3fl37c ; 3 cars seed
oats, la bulk, 40c; 200 sicks white, In
sarks, 43$44c; 100 sacks black seed oats,
C0c;130 sacks black mixed, seed oats,
J here is a good demand tor corn,
though transactions have been light.
Prices are firm at quotations. Sales
were one car white, In bulk, 40c; Icart
white, In bulk, 40c ; 200 sacks, 43c.
Transactions lu corn meal hare been
liberal. Prices are firm at quotations.
The supply is fair. Sales reported were
1,000 bbls. city, $2 30; 100 bbls. green,
$2(3,2 15 ; 50 bbls. city. $2 302 35 ;
1,050 bbls. city, $2 302 33.
I air demand, aud steady at $15 lor
wheat and $12 for corn bran. Sales re
ported were 100 sacks, $15; 100 sacks, $15,
Potatoes are a little more plentiful,
though tho supply falls tar short ot the
wants of the market. Prices are firm at
former quotations. Sales reported were
200 bushels, $1 ; 50 bushels Peachblows,
$33 23; 75 bbls. Early Rose, $3 60
Common apples are plenty and sell
slowly. Choice are always in demand
and bring good prices. Sales reported
were 10 bbls. common, $1 75 ; 50 bbls.
good common sold at $2 13 ; 25 bbls.
Ben Dayis, $22 25.
There is very little really clnlce butter
in the market, while the demand for this
particular quality is good. Common
aud inferior is in overstock and can not
be sold at anything like a fair priie.
Sales reported were 100 lbs. Southern
Illinois, lCc ; 700 lbs. Central Illinois,
roll, 10(u;lSc ; 500 lb. Southern Illinois,
15lGc ; 300 lbs. northern roll, 2022c ;
200 lbs. Southern Illinois and Kentucky
roll, 15c; 2 package solid packed,
Eggs arc in good supply, and prices
are one and two cents lower, sales
were 100 doz., V2ic ; COO doz., 12c; 400
doz.,llc, 2doz.,llJc; 150 doz., ll.Jo;
200 doz., 12JC.
The supply of dressed meats on the
market Is not so large. Considerable
quantities were sold out ou Friday and
Saturday, and to-day the market is com
paratively clear. Prices however re
main about as last quoted. Sales were
15 hogs, iu lots, 4ift5ic; beet Is worth
4c to Jc ; mutton, Cc.
There are very few chickens on the
market, and the demand Is more active.
Turkeys are scarce, though there Is very
little demand for them. Good mixed
chickens are worth $2 75(73 ; aud good
old hens $3(g.3 25. Turkeys are worth
$S(59 per dozen.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides are coming in more freely. Sales
were 400 lbs. green salt, ; U0 lbs. dry
flint, IjGISJc ; 350 lbs. tallow, 66c.
Dried apples are in fair supply, and aro
werth 4a;5 c. Dried peaches are eearce
and are worth 9llc.
There are very few on the market.
Choice yellow are worth $4 50.").
Good to prime white beans are worth
$1 502; poor and stained are selling at
CLevee business is very fair. There Is
aboat eigtt faet ot water.betfeet here
and St. Louis The 8te. OeeeTlete
came lu with a good trip and took 100
tons from here. .The Helena brought
np 500 bales cotton The fleet Vicks-
burg arrived about ft p.m. and took
everything In her trade, In all about 350
tons. ........The CfOdiinatl packet
J. W. Gad lor Memphis added 750 boxes
glassware The Capitol City waa
very light, having no cotton.......The
renowned Thompson Dean arrived Sua
day night with an excellent trip. . She
took nothing. MThe Memphis made
bar appearance on time with 246 bales
for the east. She left at 8 a,m. adding 28
tons Capt. Dugan and lady arrive
yesterday. The Captain Is contemplat
ing if he will buy the velocipede or not.
The Arkansas Belle had a fair
trip bringing down 252 packages of
hardware, etc The City of Chester
leaves at 0 p.m. this evening for Mem
phis. Yore commands .The Jas.
Fisk had very little freight, but an ex
cellent cabin list. She leaves at S p.m.
for our sister city Paducah
The Commonwealth took all way freight
and 40 head or stock "Write to Me
Often" is the title of a song set to music
by Will S. Hays, the song writer and
musical genius, as well as river
editor ot the Louisville Courier and it is
dedicated to Capt. Chas. II. Arthur of.
the Era No. 9 At Evansville the
Iron Mountain received 1,100 dry barrels
4.000 bags corn, 50 bales hay and 123 oi1
iV.sl.j lifting, Tite; NX 1377
Susan B. Anthony.
Will Deliver her New lecture. Entitled
or; and the leu. mmm
Under tho Auapieea of
Taylor Literary Club.
A dmlssion to
house, Fifty cents.
Doors open at 7 o'clock
commences at o'clock.
all parts of the
Notice is hereby given to all persons
concerned that, at" a sale of lands, town
and city lots, held at the southwest door
of the court house. In the city ol Cairo,
county ot Alexander and State of Illi
nois, on the 'Uh day of September, A. D.i
1875, for state, county, district school,
and other taxes of the year 1874, and
cost, the undersigned became thn pur
chaser of the following described land, in
said county, taxed and sold as set forth
to-wit : The northwest of the northwest
section twenty-live (25), township fifteen
(15), ot range three west, Alexander
county, Illinois, for the sum three dollars
and forty-six cents ($3.40), and that the
time ot redemption will expire Septem
ber, A. D 1977. This 19th day ot Feb
ruary, 1877. Skvxre Marchtloos.
Fcrs Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 'J
6: No. 2 S4: No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.00,
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. 3 50c;
Xo. 4 10c. Raccoon No. 1 70c; No
40c : No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skunk o.
1 85o No. 2 COc ; No. 3 30c; o. 4 idc
Fnt- rav No. 1 1 : No. 2 75c ; No. !
50 red fox No. 1 $ 1 ; JSo. 2 7ac,
Onnum-No. 1 10c: No. 2 oc ; :SO. J.
35c. Muskrat No. 120c; o.a iac; o
3 10c. Bear No. 1 $10; No. 2 $7 No. i
$3; No4$l. Wolf Mountain o. j
.-J.RO : Xo. a $1 75 : No 3 1 : No. 4 75c:
Prarie wolt o. l t ao ;
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut iw. ca tger
WonuntA Puradise and Mt. Carbon i
track, lump, $3 ; nut, $2, delivered car-
nm ner ton. luilll). $3 50 1 llUt. $2 75.
delivered per single ton, lump, $4 ; nut
-'!. if mini or uarrisouric com e
track per load, lump, $27 ; nut, $16 ; de
livered per ton, $3 50 ; Pittsburg per.
car loads on tack. 5 w vet ion.
Vf AB DaPABTMBHT. BlTCM REPOT,
Fb. IS, lo77. i
in tue l'lstrtct Court of the United
States, Southern District of Illinois.
In the matter ot Chandler Kobbloa and
Chandler F. Bobbins, bankrupts in
Notice is hereby given that by order of
e district court ol the L'uited States for
the Southern district of Illinois, the sec
ond and third meet I ties of the creditors ot
said bankrupts win oe ueia ai uairo, in
said dlatrti-t, on the l.'ith day of March, A.
1) , 1877, at 10 o'clock a.m., at the olllce of
John (J. Limuau, r.s'i., one ot tue registers
in bankruptcy, in saUl district, for the
purposes named in the 27ln and 28th sec
tions of the bankrupt act of March 2. 1847.
Yours, etc., OtUKUB MSUfcll,
Eatale of Alfred Cauble, deceased.
To whom It may concern i wm apply
to tbe county court of Alexander county,
Illinois, at tue Harcn term inereoi, io-wu :
On the second Monday In March, A. D. 1877,
for a full and final discbarge from all further
liability as administrator or earn estate.
LOUIS Twentb, Aammisu-aior.
February 19, 1877. d-3t.
a.Sew Orleans .
a nn r.ritra. S3 50fi DO t 100 bbla.
If fBAW VIS
various Krades. f 3 M7 W;TW bbls
various grades, $0 85W1 t--
II A V.
Receipts light, though sufficient for the
.....ta of the trade. Bale were cars
choice mixed, 110; a cm food mixed
j LOW Wilis,
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11 com pouaas, oraa
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etc, promptly attended to. Inventions that
have teu , .
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cured by us.
site tb Patent OiHee we can make oloser Mareh
ca. and secure patante more promptly an4 witn
broader claims than tboee who are remote fton
. a . i . MrdnfaahilitV.
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Opposite ratent Office'. Waahinston. P C.
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Sergeant, Signal service, U o. A.
fctcainer .lames Flsk, Paducah.
St. ueneyieve, sr.. jouis.
Cltyot Helena, Vlcksburg.
City of Vlcksburg, St. Louis.
J. W. Gaff, Cincinnati.
Belle Memphis, Memphis.
Capitol City, Vlcksburg.
Thompson Dean, Cincinnati.
Arkansas Belle, Evansville.
" Couinonwealth, St. Louis.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
Ste. Genevieve, Memphis.
City of Uelena, St. Louis.
J. W. Gaff, Memphis.
Belie Memphis, St. Louis.
Capitol City, 8t. Louis.
Thompson Dean, New Orleans.
Arkansas Belle, ETansvllle.
Commonwealth, New Orleans,
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I and t'oiumere ial Aveuuea, tairo. llUaoas.
Thvnijian & Sttmon.
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