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iAlRO BUSINESS HOUSES
Nat. Any tm.ineat nrm eon have three Ilea"
par, la thia nolema aader aprm'pTiare heading
a Mb rate of 1.60 ptr ptoaihor H par rear
fiayable quarterly auvaare.
Hard war. lUTM TIN Wr.
A. HATt.KV Dealer la Stoves. Tin and Har.1.
eri, Uatrlen and Farmere' Implement. Win
Juorla. RrCr mrar. rompe ana LaMre
Hi C-ommercuT ATnu. tiuilering, and Job
Work dona oa ahort aotloe.
.r.S.MrriAlIEY--T-alcrin hard and softlara
lr, flooring, ceiling, aiding and aurfaced
kiinber, lath ead ahingiee. tiflloa and yard
i arnar i wenuein ttreet aau n asmngton aTenue"
doora. blind, etc.. hard ami toft lumber and
lilngla. Yard ami uflioe, Commercial eveaue,
:rut-r nib etreel. -
I). UAltTMAV Dealer la Oummwan. Tort.
I aw pa and all klnda of fancy articls. Commer-
: ai avenue, corner out aircet.
WILI.IAM WINTEit-Slvth trtrwl brlweea
JomuttrclalaTmua and Washington avenue.
Clothing and Merchant Tailoring
JOnX A vmiM Merchant Tailor and floali r
In Kaly Mailt Clothing. 71 Ohio Leu.
Heal fcetate Ageaelea.
M. .1. HOWUCT-lteal Estate Agent lluyi
anu -cua real esiawi, coueria Trntn. rwyt taiet
lor non-rwiideota.eir. . -omniercuU arenue, be-
rwmiAintn ana leniueireeia.
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lota In
exchange tor St. Ixuls property.
A fine residence on comer Ilolbrook
.venue and Twenty-third street, at a bar
Cottage on Sixth street between Welli
ngton arenue and Walnut street.
House and lot on Eighth iitreet between
Walnut and Cedar, $1,650.
Two-story house on Twenty-eighth
itrcet, between Foplar and .Commercial
(Store room lately occupied by Howe
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 Hide ol Twelfth
itreet between Walnut and Cedar.
Business house on Levee street above
Klght, and In good repair.
Itooroi In a two storehouse on Com
mercial avenue between Ninth and Tenth
Store room near corner ot Twentieth
ar.d Foplar street ; $8.
TcnemcnU 3, 4, 5 and 10 In Winter's
P.ow ior $10 per month, and iu flrst-elaps
Cottage on Tweuty-flrst street between
Sycamore and Poplar.
Rooms in nearly every part of the city.
FOK LEASE OR SALE.
Lands In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
I'lrat-Claaa taanit ry.
Jt Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
tLe laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Cntnnwdal aya
aues, has one of the best conducted laun
Jry establishments in the city, and land
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
And It to their advantage to call upon
ii r. Her prices are as follows: Hotel
jnd boarding house washing 75 cents per
Jozen. For piece work prices are as fol
lows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
ihlrts aud two collars, 25c ; per dozen,
SOc; socks, 6c; two collars, 6c; two
handkerchief, 5c ; vests, 20c ; and all gen
tleman's wear, SOc per dozen; ladies
plain calico dresses, $1 25 per dozen
calico dresses with extra trimmings, 50c ;
white dresses, $1 23; ladles underwear,
fine or course, $1 per dozen. 11-2S-U
Flet r rraaalag.
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc.. should be sent to him or left at
this oftloe. We bespeak tor him the lib
rraiitv ot natronaee that has been be
stowed upon us HI assortment ol
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and he guarantees satisfac
tion In all cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1676.
tt Caiko Bulletin Co.
To all who are suflerlng from the
errors. and indiscretions of youth, ner
votts weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in Solith America. Send a sclf-ad
dressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
In man. Station D. Bible House, New
Vork City. 1-30-Cin.
Wilson's Albany seedling strawberry
Lawton blackberry plant, and Early
Llnneaur pie plant roots.
All In quantities to suit buyers.
Residence opposite Nineteenth street,
on Commercial avenue. 2-8-1 ui
We will pay no bills for goods or trier
vhaudise purchased for the Bclletim
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the con.'
pany. Cairo Bulletih Co.
Jtfl Brown has taken charge ol the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Lamperr. Jell Is a good barber, and so
licit a share of patronage. Give him a
sail and satisfy yourself. tt
Hacun's Maoxolia Balm preserve
ind restore the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and sallowness ; makes the
4kln soft, white and delicate. Its appll
nation eannot be detected.
Lyon's Kathairon makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevent Its tall
ng out or turning gray. It bas stood
the tt of 40 yean. Islcharmlngly per.
fumed and has no rival.
ASCALOK LODair KOrt.
. nnlrhUof Prthlae, mea
day night at heU-paet an
n, ivi WW'
AIJCXAKDSIK LODOB. NO. ni.
IndrvKVfinl Order of Odd-rat-lour,
aierta erery Tharaday night
commercial ayeuue, betwaea Bizth aad Oevmith
ai nail-nam aaran. in iDir uii a
.reeia n IM. A. HAWaWA, fl. U.
'1A1RO EnCAMPatCNT, I. O. O. meett
oio uad-reUowa Halt oa tha Int and taird
i urauay in TtTy moath, at balT-pael aavea
A. Coauwoa, C F
uaxro i-oixiE, so.m.A.r. A A.
liolil rwralar eommuaiaatlooa la 1
aonlc Hall, corner Commercial aveaae
anil F.iirtilh atmet. oa tha aafumn and
roann munuar oieacn monui .
ktATES OF ABVIItlMI If a.
tJ"AU bills for BdTeniuig, an du and pay
able in astanci
Tranaient UrerUalng will ba kiMrted at tha
rata of II 00 per aqnara for tha flrtt laanrtioa
and 60 eeaU for each sabaeqaeat one A liaeral
dtocount will be made oa ataiulinc and diapl
For Inserting Funeral aotiue l 00 Notice af
tneeUng of ocietiea or aeorrt orders 80 rente for
Chareh, Soolvtr, FeBtlval and Sapper notices
will only be ioeerted as adrertijemeaU
No adTertieemeat will be receiTed atleae that
So cents, and no aarertlaement will be Inserted
for leaa than three dollars per month
l.orai. BrwiXLSs NOTicr.
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (Iess
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square - $ 60
Two insertions per square 73
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per squareM.. 2 60
One month per square. 3 60
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1S77.
Se anaaaaeeneat will fc Inaertati
In til finllallB tfee anaaay ave
ompaalai the tame. Tola rale .la
Imperative). RITCS Anaoanee
meata lar rlly OfBeca, 93 : Aldaraaan,
Tor City Clerk.
We are anthorlied to ana ounce Jamea W.
Strwaji a a uandidaie for re-lectton to the of
flna of City Clerk at the approaching charter
Vml WaUMr Kepart.
CAtao. Ixt., AUrch 1 IT7.
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7 a m. ).0H E 7 Clondy
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:" .r,l 4o BK 13 Cloudy
Sergeant SUnal aervlce. U.S.A.
'They are Xxtraordinaxy." P.T.Barnnm.
Monday, March 5th '77
6SQEHA ihwai nrnitt.
OEVCINK NEGROES IfWSfTJff?
tlSnU4 ESU MEN
no artists VftfefBff
Uproarious Plantation Miaitrslsy !
Billy Keraaada, Bobarl nelght nd
Dick Little, Ete.
"Thrv far eceir their white lmlUtor.,N.:V.
Herald . '"Itiey are absolutely thebet in Amer
ica. Roaton Adyertiaer. "1 hey are nniur
pasaed." N. V. Graphic.
12th Tear. ALL tha OLD FAVORITES
Reserved Seats 75 cents now to be bad
C. Moerlcln's Cincinnati lager beer,
made from the best barley and bops.
Try it. 1-31-lm.
noli way 'a allla and Olntmeat.-
For scurvy, leprocy, and cutaneua dis
eases they are unrivaled. In places where
these maladies are 'prevalent, the cures
are marvelous, for the expulsion ot pim
ples, blotches, etc., they are uuparalleled,
aud as a cosmetic the ointment stands
unequalled. Sold everywhere. 25 cents
per box or pot.
Saw UHman sells a first class cigar at
a cents, tor wuicu an oiner ueaiers &sk
! cents. 2-23-lm
Tli Mewbaat'e Excban,
Louis C. Herbert, proprietor of the
Merchant's Exchange Restaurant and
Saloon,(late of the Arcadia saloon, oppo
site the court bouse, )Commerclal avenue,
near corner ot 8th street, keeps on hand
at all times the finest liquors, wines, and
beers. Lunch spread at 10 o'clock every
Oo to Sam Ullman for tine liquors ot
all kinds. Nefi's new building, Eighth
Muat be Bold Out.
Until March Oth, 1 will sell my stock of
glass and queensware
AT ACTUAL COST.
If the stock Is not all sold at the date
above stated the remainder will be sold
at auction. My object in closing out
this class of goods Is to make room tor a
large stock of groceries and produce.
Sale positive. Call and examine goods.
2-23-tt. No. 1S3 Washington arenue.
Smokers are happy again, because
Sam Ullman is back again, and has
brought a fresh supply ot those excellent
5 cent cigars a-23-lm
for Bala or aaaa.
A good farm, containing 120 acres
good frame dwelling, orchard nd u Dec
essary outbuildings. Land all under
feuse and in cultivation except 8 acre
The land Is unincumbered and title per
feet. This farm Is located three-fourths
of a mile from the Mississippi river, bark
of Wolt Island Stores, Mississippi county,
Missouri. For further Information ap
ply at the Bullitix office, Cairo, 1111
Business on the levee wan quiet yes
terday. The bill collector" was out In full
force yesterday, and In almost every
Instance did his work well.
Sam 1'umta wTiT?to Clinton, Ken
tucky, in a day or two where v bas been
ubpeenaed to appear a wltnes in a
Mis Emma Rathley, of Cobden, who
bas been visiting at the residence of John
n. Beecher, in this city, u tt for homa
Alway keep the bottle hsidy,
Do not place It out of slgut ;
For It cured our little Andy.
Who was coughing day and night.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
The next term of the count court for
criminal and bar business, wUl convene
on Monday, March lfth. We under
stand there are a number ot prisoners in
the county jail awaiting trial before this
Guests registered at tho Planters'
House yesterday were Thos. Ilillburn.
Grayvllle; N. P. Mass, Clinton. Ky.;
Samuel Steluhelmer, Chicago ; Dick Wil
liams, Dexter, Mo.; Cbas. W. Butt, St.
Louis ; Mrs. J. B. Smith and son. Dexter,
Mo.; Jas. Bell. Ullin.
Tobacco dealers should not forget that
the regular weekly sales will take plac
at the Farmers' and Planters' Tobacco
warehouses to-day. All men who hive
an Interest in building up the tobacco
trade here, and that includes erery busl
riess man in the city, should atteid these
Among the guests at Herbert's yester
day were W.Heyns, Evaosvllle; F.N.
Simpson, Mllbonrn, Kentucky; C. C.
llorp, MUbourn, Kentucky; U. Maseler,
Cincinnati; O. Thimden, Chicago; R.
R. Townes, Jonesboro; H. V. Wallace,
Metropolis ; W. J. Stone, Milbourn, Ken
tucky ; J. McKlnzIe, Metropolis.
Mr. A. Marx, the clothier, will remove
to No. 61 Ohio levee, next door to
Meyers' tobacco establishment. Mr.
Marx will sell ofr his present stock of
goods at ruinously low prices, and we
advise persons contemplating Urn pur
chase of ready made clothing to wait un
til Mr. M. gets into bis new quarters and
then give him a call.
"One touch of nature makes the world
akin," says the greatest of geniuses,
William Shakespeare. Could the divine
Williams, as the French would say, have
had some ecstatic and prophetic vision ot
B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap? One touch
of this great product of modern civiliza
tion makes all alike it makes them
We are glad to note the improvements
made by oar fellow-townsman, C.
Hanny, In his elegant and commodious
building on Eighth street. Chris is a
liye, energetic business man, and merit
tr iatronair y,m r,K"'. a on bl
shelves may be found tne best good in
the market, both la dry goods and gro
ceries. U ire bun a call. 2-26-lw
The county commissioners will meet
In regular session on next Monday. We
understand there is a disposition among
the members of the board to rescind the
order adopted at the last meeting of the
board, not to issue any more county
orders until all now outstanding shall
have been taken up. What bas brought
about this change in the minds ot the
commissioners, we have not been able to
I always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Win.
Wood's Fever Pills. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by me, will
bo prosecuted to the full extent of the
law. For sale at Ke w X oris btore, A.
Swoboda's, F. Uealy's, P. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at wy office.
Sold in Met. andfl.w boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
d&w-tf. -JR. m. WOOD.
Mayor Winter has just received the
finest lot of canned oysters, and oysters
in bulk of the season from Annapolis,
Mi, on the Chesapeake Bay, which he
is selling very rapidly at his depot next
door to Paul G. Schuh's drug ttore, on
Commercial avenue. So bring along
your buckets and pails and buy them,
large and tat by the dozen at 15 cents, or
by the hundred at 75 cents. Cans in
proportion also gam and fish in abun
dance. 3-1-1 t.
Promiucnt among the arrivals at the
St. Charles hotel yesterday were R. Stei
fcl. New Madrid ; Mrs. Phesender and
family, Natcbea, Mississippi ; J. M.
Robes. New Madrid; W. W. Hooteo,
Centralis ; J. M. Heley, Champaign ; S.
6. Randall, Peoria; Pierre Mcore, St.
Louis ; O. Mansfield, Mansfield ; G. W.
Munn, St. Louis; D. G. Dubby, St,
Louis; T. Griffeth and 11. Conkllng,
New York ; John Bryson aud family, J
n. Bryson and wife, Washington, D. C.
T. Blank, New Orleans ; T. J. Tustis,
Chicago; Richard Willis, Metropolis : J.
C. Clarke, general manager Mississippi
Central R. R.
The Colossal Bronze Statue ot Victory
which stauds in the park, at Lovell, be
tore the tomb or the first solrtcrs that
fell in the revolution, Is a luting and
beautiful tribute ot art. It is one of the
first objects sought by stranger visiting
our sister city, which indeed many yislt
purposely to see thiaelegaat object of
high art. It was obtained from tho King
of Batavla by Dr. J. C. Ayer, to whom
his majesty was especially gracious in
acknowledgment of what bis remedies
are reputed to hav ju tor tne suffering
sick. It was donated by tha doctor to
the city of Lowell as a permanent and
speaking emblem of tbe victories both of
science and arms. najeriiwm (AM.)
Just received at D, Uartmau' queens-
ware store, Us largest and finest assort
tnent ot toilet and iuhdry soaps that
ha been brought to this city for some
time. Tho following are torn few of
the well known brands. Mammoth
Bath,Boquet,Uoney sud Olycerlne.Whlt
Rose, Oat Meal, Moss Koso.Elder Flower,
Turtle Oil, Gillette Laundry Castile, Ac.,
sic, Also a fin assortment of Feather
Dusters and Feather Window-Brushes.
Parties will find It to Heir interest to call
and examine my stock of soaps and
dusters, at I mean to toll the above goods
for less than any othir bouse in Cairo.
The Georgia tnlnttrels will appear at
the atheneum in this city on next Mon
day evening. Tho Boston Jturnat, speak
ing of this excellent troupe, says : "As
to the merit of this company, it is
enough to say that any ont who attends
thoir performances, Is in dinger of tall,
ing Into a chronic state of daughter. The
troupe Id made up of getitlcrotn whose
faces vary in shade from the lightest
mulatto, to those upon whom charcoal
would leave a white mark. The troupe
must be heard and seen to be appreciated.
No minstrel company bis eyer enjoyed
such popularity. Their success has been
There can scarcely le a doubt that
taere is an organized band of burglars
ow at work la this city, and it is to be
sincerely hoped that they may be speedily
breught to justice. At a late hour on
Wednesday night some of the ganr vis
ited the upper portion ot the city and
attempted to burglarize several bouses.
An effort was made to get Into Mr. Henry
Halliday' residence, but the thief was
detected and frightened away, not bow
eycr until Mr. H. and his wile-got a good
view ol him. He Is described as a white
man, rather tall, dretted in dark clothing
and wore a cap. About the same time
that the attempt was made, at Mr.
Henry Ualliday's, burglars affected
an entrance Into Captain W. P. Halliday 's
residence by means of a ladder placed to
one ot the second story windows, which
the thief, or thievet, succeeded in hoist
ing. As soon as the man above discrlbed
had left Mr. Henry Halliday 's, that gen
tleman went to his Instrument and tele
graphed to his brother, the captain
to be on the lookout for thieves, and
although the latter did not hear the
warning, it is believed the rattling of the
instrument frightened them awav. At
any rate they left without carrying away
anything. IJnrglarles are becoming too
frequent of late, and e-ery means should
be employed to capture the guilty par
Mr. Frank Neibauer.one ot our best
citizens, went to Anna this morning and
madame rumor says hi will return to
morrow with a wife.
Two ot our citizens lad a set-to yester
day erening in front of 3attlnger'a store,
by which tho town treasury was enriched
six dollars. Three ddlar each said
Squire Little, and so It vas.
A party of young foJUe gut
prue party on one oi our pnysicians,
and more to his eurprso a band ap
peared to make music lo: those who de
sired to "trip the light lantastio toe."
This was putting it nther rough, at
least the physician thiught so, and a
feeling over came him, and he sat down
and wept, but all to to purpose ; the
merry dauco went on D the enjoyment
of the company if not t his own.
A. Meiserheiner is stll in Texas.
E. Leavenworth is Uking a trip about
Maline, Chicago and thereabouts.
Quite a number of our farmers are
through sowing oats aid are busy plant
So tar as wo hare been able to learn.
tho prospects for a goo. fruit crop are
The neatest thing yet Is the new black
sign over the novelty store. Nkmo.
Dokcola, III., Feb, 23.
Caibo, Illisoii, TnintnoAV SvcaiHo,
March 1, 1877. J
The first day of March, and tbe first day
of spring as well, was ushered in by a
brisk rain, which, commencing early in
the forenoon, continued almost lnces-
BantlV IllirinO thA lioianno, rt IU lor.
j r v.nuv9 vi tuv u.j ,
This Is the first rain ot any consequence
that has fallen in this locality in two
months, and it was a welcome visitor to
most of our people.
Business is quiet. The Flocr market
presents no new features. Supplies are
light, and short of the demands ot the
market. Prices are firm and if anything:
stlffer than at tbe date ot our last report.
Tho demand is fair thousrh the bleu
prices have eQected it to some extent.
The supply of Hay of all grades is
good, while the demand ia very light
However, there Has been no material
change in prices.
Oats Is in good supply. The demand
is only moderately active. Prices have
fallen ofl about one cent on all errades,
There is very little corx on the market.
There is no urgent demand tor It, how
ever, as about the only inquiry is from
home millers. Prices ore steady at quota
tious. Corn Mkal is In active demand
while the supply is light. Prices are firm
at quotations. Bran is in good supply
anu ligut demand, i rices are firm at
former figures. There Is a fair sup
ply of Potatoes on the market,
and receipts are more liberal. Prices
are a little weaker tbau at the date of our
last report. Choice Apples are scarce
and In demand at good prices. Common
are plenty and not wanted. Strictly
choico table Butter It scarce and in de
mand. Common and Inferior is In abun
dance, and there Is no sale tor It. Eggs
are plenty. Demand light. Prices are
low. DsxssiDMKATorail kinds Is in
fair supply and light demand, -
Freight rates to tho South per dry
bbl. 30 cents ; 19 cents per cwt
tatOur ttleoda should boar in mind
that the price bore given are only tor
sates irom nm nanus m rounu 101s, in
fHHnsr order and tof broken Iota it Is
necessary to charge an advance over
Supplies are light, and not equal to the
wants of tho market. Trices are firm
and stiff at quotation. Sale reported
were 400 bbls. various grade, $3 6O10 ;
200 bbls. various grade, $67 25 ; 200
bbl. various grade, $5 6063; 100 bbls.
various grades on orders, $5 75$ 40 ;
100 bbl. Choice Family, $7 75; 450 bbls.
various grade, $GS 76.
Large (upply and limited demand.
No material change in prices. Sales re
ported were 2 cars good mixed, $9 2
car prime Timothy, $10; 1 car choice
Timothy, $12; 1 csr choico Timothy,
$11; 1 car choice mixed, $11; 1 car
mixed, $10; 100 bale choico mixed, $11;
3 cars choice Timothy, $11 60(3,12 ; 4 cars
There is a fair supply on the market,
and the demand is only moderately act
Ivo. Prices are a little lower. We note
ales as follows : Sales were 2 cars Cen
tral Illinois, in bulk, 34o ; 1 car black teed
oats, in bulk, 65c ; 2 cars Southern Hll
uols. In sack, 40c ; 175 sack, mlxed,44c;
6 cars mixed, in bulk, 3C37o ; 2 cars,
black seed oats, In bulk, 45c.
Very little oa the market ; demand
light, and only for mill purposes. Sales
noted .were a follows: 150 sacks mixed
47c ; 150 sack, white, 4Sc; 6 cars white,
in bulk, 40c.
Light supply and active demand.
Prices are firm at quotations. Sales re
ported were a follows : 800 bbls. city,
2 252 30 ; 25 bbl. country, $2 16 ; 600
bbls. city, $2 252 85 ; 25 bbls. country,
Good supply and light demand. Sales
were 60 sacks, $15 ; 300 sack, wheat
bran, $15 ; 100 lack, corn bran, $12.
There is a good supply on the market,
and price are a little weaker. Sale
reported were 5 bbls. Early Rose, $3 75
7 bbls. Peachblows, $3 60 ; 75 bushels
Peachblows, $1 ; 40 bbls. Early Rose
$3S 25 ; 200 bushels Peachblows, $1. '
Choice are scarce and wanted. Com
mon are plenty and dull sale. We note
the sale ot 25 bbls. Ben. Davis, $2 25
2 75; 60 bbls. choice Ohio. $2 763 ; 10
Dois common, $1 76.
The supply is good ; demand light.
Price rule about ai last quoted. Sales
reported were 3 coops old hens, $3 ; 1
coop choice old hens,$3 25; 200 lbs. choloe
dressed turkeys, 10c ; 2 coops turkeys,
$3 259 75.
The market 1 wall supplied with ertrt.
and prices are down. Sales were as fol
lows: 600 dozen, 10c; 600 dozen, 10c;
200 dozen, lie ; 3 boxes, shipper's count.
c;230 dozen, lOJc; 190 dozen, 10c; 2
atricuy choice tor table purposes is
scarce and In demand at good prices.
Common is plenty and dull sale. We
note sales ol 3 tubt.solid packed, medium,
20c ; 125 lbs. Southern Illinois roll, 17e ;
300 lbs. Illinois roll, 1518c ; 250 lbs
Central Illinois roll, in cloths, 20&22c;
300 lbs. Central Illinois, 1719c; 240 lbs.
Southern Illinois, 1517c.
Dressed meat is in fair supply and
dull. There is no change in prices
Light weight hogs are selling at 5 cents'
while good, heavy are worthy J to 1
cent higher. Good beef is worth 5 cents;
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides are coming in more freely. Sales
since last report were 600 lbs. dry fllntt
14c ; 1,000 lbs. green salt, Cc ; 380 lbs. tal
Dried fruit is in good supply. There
s very little demand tor any kind. Dried
apples are worth 4Q4Jc; Peaches are
There are very few onions on the mar
ket, while the demand is active and prices
good. A few bbls. ot oholce yellow sold
at $4(3,4 50.
Good to prime white beaus are worth
$1 6002 ; poor and stained are selling at
Fcrs Beaver No. 1 $3 60; No. 2
$6: No. 2 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.00,
Mink Xo.l $1; No. 2 76c; No. 3 60c;
No. 410c Raccoon No. 1 voc; ino,
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No,
r or, v i aa . vA q OAs.. XJrt. a iiu
X OUJ AUe aft UUfJ y AUa U Ulw a A-N Va AJ
Fox- ray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 76c ; No. 3
50 .red fox No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c,
Onosum No. 1 10c : No. 2 8c : No. 3.
35c, Muskrat No. 120c ; No. 2 15c ; No
3 10c. Bear No. I $10: No. 2 $7 No. 6
$3; No 41. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$&0 ; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75c", .
Prarle Wolf-No. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 50c,
Wild Cat 23c. House Cat 10c. Ba-lger
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3 ; nut, $2, aellvered car,
load per ton, lump, $3 60 ; nut, $2 75.
delivered per single ton, lump, $4 : nut
$3 25; Kauni or Uarrisburg coal ol
track per load, lump, $27; nut, $10; de
livered per ten, $3 60; Pittsburg per car
loads on track, $5 60 per ton.
A Marx the clothier will remove in a
few days to 61 Ohio levee, where he will
close out the entire stock of clothing
t&acy goods etc, etc. 2-2-5t
Beady for Baataeaa A gala.
Editor Bcixstin : I take pleasure lo
calling the attention of the public to tho
tact that I bare rebuilt and re-estab
lished the Union Bakery on tbe aito of
tho building lately lost by tiro on Com
merclal aventte, between Fourtn ana
Sixth streets, where I will bo pUwcd to
welcome all my old patron as well as all
who desire a good article of broad, cakes.
confections, etc. Fi axa aiatky.
w Afti, eoixa to hove.
And hence . offer our entire stock
goods, consisting of
Dry Good, Clotblng, Hat and Cap,
BooU and Shoos, Gent' Furnishing
Goods, etc., .
AT COST, f
Thi I no dodge. These goods tntist
be closed out within thirty days.
142 Commercial Avenue. 1-22-2W
Wol t roal 1 1 Woad f 1 1
On and after the 20th Inst., the under
signed will fill orders tor
Stove wood, per cord N $4.50
Block " . 4.00
4-toot . a.a5
Big muddy coal, (1 ton) 3.50
" " " tear-load) 3.25
Harrlsbttrg coal, (1 ton) 3.26
" " (2 tons) 3.00
Leave orders at No. 34 Eighth street,
and they will receive prompt attention.
Coal and wood deliyered to any part of
the city. 2-22-lm. F. M. Ward.
Paaltlvely tho Beat.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Uorehound is the very " best com
pound ever prepared, advertised or sold
by any person, or under any name what
ever, for the Immediate relief and Derma.
nentjeure of oougns, corns, croup, wnoop
Ing cough, bronchitis, asthma, and all
diseases ol consumptive type. It will
thoroughly eradicate these alarming
symptoms In one-half tho time required
to do so by any other medicine. It is
purely vegetable, and sonUins not a par
ticle of opium or other dangerous drug
It never falls. Every bottle guarantee d
to perform exactly as represented. Bar
clay Bros., Agents,
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant norm syrup, which Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Price, 25 cents. Try It.
Tba Trad Wlada
Are produced by the diurnal revo
lution of the earth, exteudlng from 20
deff. north to 20 deg. south of the
equator; and sailors hall ritu jny
their advent iuto them, after being tem
pesi-iosseu ana worn, as productive of a
season of rest. For weeks they some
time do not touch a sail, bounding' home
ward through fields of sea weed all re
with minute shell-fish, and obserre the
play of the grampus, porpoise, bonita,
and tho territied flight of the flying flah
from the latter. How much mora de-
llehtiul then must it be to eulde the
bark of poor humanity into the trade
winds of health out of the head seas of
disease and suffering, and make life's lu
turo a pleasant voyage ! Yes. such can
be eflected by using the Home Stomach
Bitters. 3-2-1 m
Breatbln; Mlaama Without' Injury.
There is no exaggeration in the state
ment that thousands of persons residing
from one year's end to another In fever
and ague region on this continent and
ring the disease, simply and only because
they are In tbe babit of using Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters as a preventative. It has
frequently happened, and the fact bas
been amply attested by the parties them
selves, that persons surrounded on all
sides by neighbors suffering the tortures
ot this shivering and burning plaugc,
bare enjoyed absolute immunity from it,
thanks to the protection afforded by the
Bitters. Nor Is that sUndard anti-febrile
cordial less efficacious in remedying than
in preventing chills and fever, bilious re
mittents, and disorders of a kindred type.
Taken between the paroxysms, it speed
ily mitigates their violence, and eventu.
ally prevents their recurrence. These
tacts, convincingly established by evi
dence, appeal with peculiar force to trav
elers and sojourners in malarious dis
Natlee to TaFayera.
Notice Is hereby given that the tax
books tor the year 137C have been placed
In my hands, and tiiat I will be in the
following named places at tbe time below
set forth for the collection ot taxes tor
said year :
March 12 At the store house of Jas
per Cullev, in Clear Creek precinct.
March 13 At the store house of R. A
Edmundson in Wahoo, Clear Creek
March 14 At the store house of B. F,
Brown A Bro., town of Thebes, Thebes
March 15 At the store house ot Aler.
Ireland, in town ot Santa Fe, Santa Fe
March 16 At the store house of Y. I).
Atherton A Co., in Ooose Island precinct.
March 17 At the residence of Nick
nunsaker, inDog Tooth precinct.
March 19 At the store of John Hodges
In town of HodgesPark, Unity preoinot.
March 20 At tne store House ot U. r.
Short, in town of Sandusky, Unity pre
March 21 At the store house of B. F.
Duncan, in town of Toledo, Hazlewood
March 22 At No. C5 Ohio Levee, iu
South Cairo precinct, and at my office a
the Court House,ln North Cairo precinct,
until the 10th of day April.
Prtkr Savp, Collector.
Cairo, III., February 21, 1877.
Was DarABTXsirr. Rrvcii Barot, l
March 1. 177. f
STATION. LOW WATIB.
IT, IX. FT. lit.
CtitO...MH H..MM.HMM . It t 6
PilUbur;....- S I
Ciaotnnati....M....... f 10 0
Lfoaiarllla 11 u
KaahrUle S V 1
St. Louie... lo S X
Iffpiphia , ., ,. 10 S S
VloAtburv . I 10 S
New Orteaaa X $ '
Below blare water of 1H74.
JAMES WA1 SON, -Sergeant.
Simel aerriae. U.S. A.
. . root 1M. .
tauur Janes lltk, Paducah.
C. W. Andersoa, NasbYllle.
Susie SllTor, StLoul.
' !"' ttPARTXO.
Steamer James Flak, Paduoah.
" C. W. Anderson, NnsbriU.
" .SmU SUrw, Now Orleans.'
" Boll Memphis, Memphis.
The C. W. Anderson from Naah villa
arrived with 500 bars and bundles of Iron.
She lelt at 3 p.m. with 300 sacks salt and
a quantity of augar and molasses for
Nashville Capt. Bob Riley In
command of the - - VIcksburt?
arrived at 9 p.m., and unloaded 100 bales
ot cotton. The Grand Lake lott St.
Louis lor New Orleans with 4 barges,
86,000 bushels of cora, ete. The rella
Die and regular nnrVat n.iniii,
--m r " wwiwiv
leaves at 5 p.m. for Memphis, Vlcktburg
and the bends. Joe Osborn Is clerk.
The Fisk Is tho 6 o'clock packet for
Paducah .The Susie Sliver was
loaded flat and passed on towards
New Orleans. The Memphis arrived at
p.m., with COO tons and 30
cabin passengers. After coaling
and adding 125 tons she departed in
peace The Vint Shinklo is the
packet from Cincinnati for Memphis this
evening. . j
Stpeelal Aeeeeaaaaat ITatloa.
Notice It hereby given to all penans In
teretted, that the city council of tb City
of Cairo having ordered that, the foUowing
named sidewalks be reconstructed ot wood
viz: On waat side of Levee street in front
of lot nine (9), twelve (12), thirteen (18),
fourteen (14;, fifteen (15) and eighteen (18)
in block two (2); lots sixteen (16) and sev
enteen (17) in bloek three (3): lota one (1)
two (2), three (3), four (4), viz (6), seven
(7), tight (H), nine (9), ten (10), eleven (11),
thirteen (lMj, fourteen (14), fifteen (16),
aixteen (lu), seventeen (17) and eighteen
(IB), In block four (4); lott one (l), two (3),
tour (4), live (f), six (0), ten (10), eleven (11),
twelve (Ti)r thirteen (13). fourteen (14), If
teen (lb), aixteen (10), seventeen (17) and
eighteen (IB), in block five (5); and lots
nine (), ten (10), eleven (U), twelve (11),
thirteen (13), fourteen (14) and sixteen (lu)
In block six (0). all in the city of Cairo.
AUo : That tbe following named side
walk be reconstructed of wood, viz; On
the south aide of Second street, between
Levee street and Commercial avenue: On
tha north side of Second street between
Levee ttreet and CommnrcUl avenue: On
the south side of Fourth street between
Levee street and Commercial avenue: On
the north tide ot Fourth street between
Levee ttreet and Commercial avenue: On
the south side ot ighth street between
Levee street and Commercial avenue: On
tb south side of Twelfth street, between
Levee street and Washington avenue: On
the south side of Fourteenth street, be
tween Commercial avenue and Walnut
street: On tha north aide of Fourteenth
street, between Washing-ton Avenue and
Walnut street: On the west tide of Poplar
street, between Thirteenth and Four
taentu streets, and between riiteentn and -
r.igntentu ttreeu: ud the west side ol
Cedar street, between Fifteenth and Six
teentn streets : on the north side or
Eighteenth ttreet, between Levee ttreet
and Commercial avenue and between
Washington avenue and Walnut street:
On tbe south side ot Twentieth ttreet, be
tween Leveo street and Commercial ave
nue: on the north side of Twentieth ttreet
between Levee street and Commercial ave
nue: on:the west side of Waahingtonjavenua
between Tenth and Twelfth street, and on
tbe south side of Thirty-fourth street, be
tween Levee street and Commercial are
That the following: sidewalks bo con
structed of wood, via : On the west tide of -
Fopier street, between lento, and Tweum
streeto.Xai, JvimhlS1tU.Rl l&S&vt
cial avenuet: on tbe north tide of Eigb :
lecniu eireei, ue.nreen n ainui vaaar
streets, and the south tide of Twenty
eighth street, between Leveo ttreet and
That the following walks to bo construct
ed or brick, viz: On the'soutb side of Eighth
ttreet between Washington avenue and
Waluut ttreet: On tbe south tide of Sev
enth street, between Commercial and
Wtthlugton avenuet: On tbe north ttdo
of Seventh street, between Commercial
and Washington avenues and on tbe watt
tide of WaHUlnrton avenue, between Sev
enth and uignui streets, nave appueu to
tbe County Court of Alexander county for
an aMesement of tbe cost of taid Improve
ments, according to benefits; and an as
sessment thereof having been made and
returned to said court tbe final hearing
thereon will be had at the March term of
said court, commencing on tbe 12th day of
March, A.D., 1877. All persons desiring -roav
then and there appear and make their
March 1st, 1877.
John y. Turxeb, .
S. A Divot.
PAINT AWD til.
S. F. Slabo
r?aints, Oils. Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass. Wis
dow Shades, feo.
Always on band, tbe celebrated illuminating
Oaraar Klavaatk A1trat aad Waakiaar
JOHN H. MtTLRLBT,
Attorney at I. u
CAIRO, 1XLINOIS. .' .'.' TV
OrriCK : At reaiilanoa oa Ninth Street, between
Watblivton avauuaana wainuioireet. .
STBATT0N & BIBD,
AOBNTS AXXaUOAIf VOWS OO
ftQQ?i t'l na maoe y arary agaat
wvf ,rtr. tuoote. in the auaiaaaa wa
nimish, but thuaa willing to work can aatUy
ana a doset dollara a 4y riut la their owa la .
auiuaa. oave no room to eaufcaui aare. twai-
iiiami ana Boaorauia, v eraaa, ua .
Mdglrladoae waU aa bmb. We will tWait
ton a oomnlata autt free. The bailaatt aay
attrt thaa aavthiag eiae. We will bear ea
aeaaa of atarttu fou. Partleulara ftae. Walla
tadaaa, Parana- aad niOianko, tbatr aaaa
aa4Uufhtata.aa4aii l ia aaarj of aartec
awrk elkoBM, aaould write to at aad taj ad -a'aout
tbe work at eaoa. Maw la tha a
AeMieM Tne Co, A ma Me,