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;aIR0 business houses.
at. .Aa hnliiHi Una run have thraellne'
See, in this column under appropriate beading
line rate of tl.lto per mon
i or 012 per year
payable quarterly in advance
Hardware IMfM aaa TIn Ware.
A. HALT.KT-Deelerlnfitovee.Tlnand Hani
war, (jaiden and farmers' Implements, Wire
jods, HWrlaeratora, rump am fodder.
116 tJomnwrrlal Avenue. Muttering, and Joa
Work don anort noliee.
f . S.MKIAHKT-nealerln hard and softlnnt
tier, flooring-, eeillnir, siding and surfaced
birnher, latb and shingles, oflloe and yard
rvrncr Twentieth street and Washington avenue
ujtAnia.H in r. i-irairn in aeMi,
doors. Wind, Ho., hard and soft lumber and
lVllllVtl A a..'. t t .
shingles. Tent and office, txiroruerclal avenue,
.-oraer i in aireri.
I). HART MAN Iler in Oi.peii-.Ware. Tor.
letups snd all kind of fancy artiel"-.. tonimer-
ai avenue, corner cui street.
WILLIAM WINTER-Slatb street between
-omtuereiai avenue and Washington avenue.
lotana and Merraaat Tailoring;'
In lley AfaUelloUiing. ;t Ohiu Levee.
Real Kalate Agencies.
M. .1. HOWLKT-Itwil Kstst- Agent. Buy
oa en real exuie, euiivru rents, tay uin
fur non-reidanta etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets.
I I . . I I -J
It U now conceded that Mr. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington And Commercial ave
nue, has one of the best conducted laun
1ry eitabli'hments in the city, and land
.rd of hotel and boarding houses will
And it to their advantage to rail upon
Qcr. Her prices are as follows : Ilotcl
jnd boarding house washing 75 cenU per
dozen. For piece work prices are as fol
lows : Singh shirt and collar, IV ; two
iblrt and two collars, 25c ; per dozen,
S0c ; socks, 6c ; two collars, 6c ; two
handkerrhic, 5c ; vests, 20c ; and all gen
tleman wear, Wkj per dozen; ladles
plain calico drew, fl 25 per dozen
calico dresses with extra trimmings, 50c ;
white dresses, $1 23; ladies underwear,
line or course, $1 per dozen. 1 1-28-lf
We have this dny sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ot tbw Bulletin. Alt orders for frames
etc., should bo rent to him or left at
this office. We be pckk tor him the lib
erality ol patronage that has been be
stowed upon us Ills aiortroent ot
moulding is complete, prices beyond
competition and lie guarantees satisfac
tion in all ea.cs.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 179.
tl Caiho Bcllktis Co.
Beatljr for flnaineaa Again.
Editor Billetin : I take pleasure in
calling the attention of the public to the
tact that I have rebuilt and re-cstab-llshed
the Union Bakery on the site of
the building lately lost by lire on Com
mercial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixth sU-ceU, w litre 1 will bo pleased to
welcome all ray old patron a well as all
who desire a good arlide of bread, cake?,
confections etc. . Kraxk Kbuv.
WE ARC UOIXU TO MOtE,
And hence offer our entire stock
good j, consisting ol
Dry Goods Clothing, Hats and Caps,
BooU mid .Shoe, Gent' Furnirbing
This U no dodge. These goods in tint
be closed out w ithin thirty days.
112 Commercial Avenue. l-22-2w
Wssd I t'aal ! t Wood ! I I
On aud alter the 20th Inst., the under
signed will fill orders lor
Stove wood, per cord M
Block " " " ..m
4-toot " " "
Big mudJy coal. (1 ton)
Harrioburg coal, (1 ton)
IiCavo orders at No. 31 Eighth street,
and they will receive prompt attention.
Coal aud wood delivered to any part or
the city. 2-22-lm. F. M. Warh.
To nil who are subVrlng from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, Iops of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
enre you, free of charcre. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
ia Houlh America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Itev. Jooeph T.
luuian, Station 1). Biblo Houe, New
Vork City. l-30-6m.
Wilson's Albany seedling strawberry
Lawton blackberry plants, and Early
Llnneaur pie plant roots.
All In quantities to suit buyer.
nofcidence opposite Nineteenth atreet,
on Commercial avenue. 2-8-1 m
We will pay no billa for goods or mer-
ediandlso purchased for the Bati-ETnt
bv any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Bcllktln Co.
Jefl Brown has taken charge ot the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Lampert. Jefl Is a good barber, and so
Units share of patronage. Give him a
call and aatlsly youraelt. tt
IIagan's Magnolia Balm preserve
ind restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan aud sallowness ; makes the
skin solt, white and delicate. Its appll-
ration cannot be detected. (
LVOK'S Kathaiboh makes beautiful,
glowy, luxuriant hair; prevents lu lall
, ng oat or turning gray. It has stood
tU test of 40 years. Is.charmlngry per
fnmad and has no rival.
r.s a nam UUmAB for Una liquors ot
.n a-inria. Kail's new building, Eighth
ABC AAA) N LOOSE, XO. tl
Knights of Pythias,
night at hlf-paet a ran. ra Ott
AIJCXAOTKB LODGR. MO. Tit .
Indepeadcnt Order of Old -fellows,
meets every Thursday night
av nuktjit umii. in I hoi, ri-.il nti
imnrrcil avenue, between ftizth and Sevent'l
"ei wixi a. iiAwsm, n. u.
UIRO RNCAMPktKVT, t. O. O. P., meats
Vln Odd-llowa' 1UI1 on the first and lair
luunlay in every month, at half-past seven
a. coaiKoa, j r
CA!KOIXIMJB. NO.XiT.a.a- as, at.
Mold regular eomrnuaioauona la Ala-
aonie ilnli, corner Commercial arenas
and kiirhth etrer.1. on lha aeeanit ui
fourth Monday of each month.
B4TK or ADTCBTISI HO.
tTAU bills for advertising, are due and pay
able IK AOTAltC
Transient a4rerUalng.wlll l Inserted at the
rata of tl 00 per square for tae flnt insertion
and Go cents for each subsequent oae A liberal
discount will be made on standing and diatd
for inserting rnnerat notice l 00 Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders 60 cents for
Chareh, Society, Festival and Rapper noUce
will only be inserted as advertisements
Xo advertisement will be received at less than
SO cents, and no aavertlsement will be inserted
for loss than three dollars per month
local rtraisLAa hotickh
Of one square (8 lines?pace) or more, In
serted In the Bulletin a follows : (ls
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion Dcrsouarc - $ 50
Two insertions per square. 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Biz Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 CO
One month per square 3 CO
Special rates made ou large advertise
ments or for longer time,
TUESDAY, MAUCII C, IS77.
Airs n oxxxxcoxxxaxtm.
TO C ANDIDATE.
asasnsfesirst will be inaerled
i lltm Uallelta unleaa ike money sr.
eanpsMtes the name. a Ma rule
impemllTe. ssa tw.m siaesnre.
meats lar el urflrra. : Aluartaan.
Far Cily Clerk.
We are authorised to annonnca Jaiue W .
Rtewarl a a candidate kir re-ciecUon to the of
fice of City Clerk si tlie sqBroacUUg charter
Iaeal Waatkar Henvarr.
CUino. Ill, Uarcb S Ifll
Rergeant. "Ignal Service, V. 8. A.
A Marx the clothier will remove lu a
few days to 61 Ohio levee, where be will
cloe out the entire stock of clothing
ancy goods etc., etc. 2-2-Ct
Sum Lllman sells a first class cigar at
5 ctyitA, for which all other dealers a&k
10 cents. 2-23-lru
The most wonderlul exUUne medicine
for the cure of female complaints. Filty
years experience, ineontestably prove
these rcmcdlea unrivalled for the disor
ders incidental to tho softer sex. No
family should be without them. They
may be taken by young and old, a they
win rpatore health when every other
means prove unsuccessful,
box or pot.
25 cents per
Hie Merrhant s Eirhaase.
Louis C. Herbert, proprietor of the
McrcLknt'a Exchauec Kestaurant and
Snloon.(Iate of the Arcadia saloon, oppa
site the court house, )Commerclal avenue,
near corner ol 8th street, keeps on hand
at all times the fneit liquors, wines, and
beers. Lunch spread at 10 o'clock every
JlnM be Nol4 Oat.
Until March 5th, 1 will sell my stock ot
glass and queensware
AT ACTUAL COST.
If the fetock Is not all sold at the date
above stated the remainder will be sold
at auction. My object in closing oat
this class of goods is to make room lor a
large stock of groceries and produce.
Sale positive. Call and examine goods.
. W. Tnico,
2-23-U. No. 1S3 Washington avenue.
Smokers are happy again, because
Sam Ullman U back agaiu, ana lias
trought a tresb supply ot those excellent
fi cent cigars. 2.2-'-iru
For Hala or Kaaaa. .
A good farm, containing 120 acres
good irame dwelling, orchard and all ueo
aisarr out-bulldlngs. Land all under
fenae and In cultivation except 8 acres
The land Is unincumbered and title per
tret. Thia farm Is located three-fourths
of a mile from the Mississippi river, back
of Woll Island Stores, Mississippi county,
Missouri. For lurther information ap
ply at the BrLLETiK office, Cairo, illl
Positively tba Beat.
Dr. Morris Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Horehound Is the very best com
nouud ever prepared, advertised or sold
by any person, or under any name what
ever, for the immediate relief and perma
nent cure of coughs, colds, croup, whoop-
... a IS
log cough, bronchitis, asthma, ana au
diseases ol consumptive type. It will
thoroughly eradicate these . alarming
symptoms In one-half the time required
to do so by any other medicine. It is
purely vegetable, and sontalns not a par
Ucle of opium or other dangerous orug.
It never fails. Every wle guaranteed
to perform exactly as represented, far
clay Bros., Agents,
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which It tare death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
11 am. Tub.
S-J 7SW MO
ei.aiei t Mo
et.OU I KV,
physle. Price, 6 cents. Try It.
. Lacal item.
Hon. D. T. Llneger Is In Springfield
attenuiBf united States court.
Mr. George Fisher kit for Pinkney.
vine ana Springfield last night. He will
be absent severaljdays.
So other remedy has proved so eflect-
ual in relieving coughs and colds as Dr.
Bull'g Cough fcyrtip.
Col. McKealg and lion. J. C. Willis
are In Washington. They have gone to
interview the president with relercnce to
the collectorshlp and Cairo postofllce.
rersirsa at H. ehalt'e. a
freah lot af tha ealearated tm Oalta
ove aeal Clgaratha tt la the mar
UronchU!, Laryngitis and lrriUtiou
of the lungs speedily relieved by Ma-
gulre'l Tar Olyccrlno Whisky and Roek
Candy. Try sample bottle, only 10
cents. Large size. tl.
Jlr. Walter Hysloo of tho City Na-
tional bank received a telegram on Sun
day morning lrom Chatham, Canada,
announcing tho death ot his brother
Andrew. Mr. Hyslop left by the Illinois
Central on Sunday afternoon lor Canada
to attend the funeral.
The local Improvements referred to by
Mr.Tom Winter iu his card ot to-day, are
simply in accordance with the ordinances,
Ko. 92 and 111, published reopecttully
Oct. 14th, 1874, and Sept. 8th, 1875 ; and
that the late commissioners appointed by
the eounty court have confined them
selves strictly to the statute In such cases
made and provided.
The treasury committee oi the British
parliament has submitted a report on
meterological observations. In which It
suggests the adoption of the American
meterological system. The report sets
forth the perfection of the weather bu
reau in the United States, and admits
that we are ahead ot all the rest ol tlie
world In the accuracy of our forecasts.
The wisdom and probity of the father
cannot bide the stupidity and rascality
of the sou, nor should the follies and bad
conduct of the lather obscure the virtues
of the son, or prevent bis reaping all tlie
honor that is his just due. True as this
Is, It Is not more true than that the best
ot all soaps now known to civilization Is,
beyond all peradventure, B. T. Babbitt's
Koehler Bros., butchers, corner of
Eighth street and Washington avenue,
are now selling choice smoked hams,
shoulders and breakfast bacon, bologne
sausage and pudding at retail at whole
sale prices. . There la no deception In this
usertion. They mean Just what they
say, and ask an opportunity to prove it.
Call on them. 3-4-lw
Tromlncnt among the guests at the
Planters' House yesterday were C. W.
Solomon, New York; F. 8. Higgins
Bowling Green, Ky.; A. Towers, Ark.;
J. II. Meridttth, Ark.; B. B. Noblett,
Union City; S. D. Capron, St. Louis; Joe
Duuei, Tdcinpbis ; M. Maun and lady,
Paducah ; II. Rodenberg, Mrs. Ross and
Mrs. Westerman, Paducah; D. C.
Calkin, Moscow, Ky.
Cbas. W, Johns, Island Ten
Lewis Bickwitti, Wolf Island; Capt.
Van Creelan, New Orleans ; Lewis Mey
ers, Cape Girardeau ; J. D. Capron, St.
Louis ; John C. Gut?nberger, tvansville;
F. J. Bruar, St. Louis ; J. M. Brown,
Louisville ; James Bickwltb, Wolf Is
land ; E. T. Westner, Bard well, Ky.,
were among the guests at Herbert's
"The Youug People' Society" will
give an entertainment at the Presby
terian church on Thursday evening,
March 8tb, 1S77. The entertainment will
consist ot a lecture by the Rev. B. Y
George, vocal and Instrumental music,
reading, recitations, etc. The proceeds
of the entertainment will be devoted to
the reduction of the church debt. All are
Invited. Admission, 25 cents. 3-6-2t
I always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
Wood's Fever Pllli. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not wade by me, will
bo prosecuted to the full extent of the
law. For sale at the New x ork fctore, A.
Swoboda's, F. llealy's, P. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold iu 60 ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
dAw-tf. ' AK. WM. WOOD.
Among the guests at the St. Charlea
yesterday were D. O. Lathrop and wife,
tit. Louis; J. II. Bridges, Missouri ; S. D.
Jacoby, Clarksvllle ; John B. Davis, St
Louis; J. T. Whitehead, Holly Spring;
E. Warner, St. ,Loula ; J. U. Laprery,
New Orleans; James Sanders, Terra
Haute; A. Meyer, St. Louis; J. II.
Trover, St. Louis; Cbas. Cooke and wife,
Fulton, Ky.; Mrs. J. A. Wyatt, Fulton,
Ky.; Chas. II. Rlcker, Paducah ; A. S.
Wood and wife, Paducah; Mrs. Dr.
Gbllson and daughter, Paducah ; Chas.
Callender, New York ; J. A. Mentj, St.
Louis ; F. II. Burtcbard, St. Louis.
Just received at D. Hartmau's queens
ware store, the largest and finest assort
ment of toilet and laundry soaps that
has been brought to this city for some
time. The following are some few of
the well known ' brands. Mammoth
Bath.Boquet.Houcy and Glycerine.Whlte
Rose, Oat Meal, Moss Kose.Elder Flower,
Turtle Oil, Gillette Laundry Castile, &e.,
&c.. Also a fine assortment of Feather
Dusters and Feather window-Brushes.
Parties wDl find It to their Interest to call
and examine my stock of soaps and
dusters, as I mean to sell the above goods
for less than any other honse In Cairo.
"A Kentucklaa named Reece and John
Hacker, olerk on the ferry boat Three
States, bad a dlflleulty on the boat yes
terday, when Reece attempted to use a
kniie on Mr. Hacker. Bsooe was ar
rested on stat warrant objirglnf an
assault to murder, and taken before Jus
tice Comings for trial. It came out on
the trial that Recce relused to pay fer-
rage money, nd Hacker,
collector, insisted that he should.
iceeco applied tome very pro
voking epithet l to Mr. Hacker, who
In resenting the insult nsed his Cain on
Recce. Reece drew a knife, but there
seemed to be a doubt as to whether he
tried to use it on Hacker." Justice Com
ing held that, though Recce deserved a
fine, ho could not under the warrant,
Impose a ay, and hence he was dis
Without fear of contradiction, the
performance of Callender'a Georgia rula
strals, at the atheneum last night may be
pronounced the best minstrel entertain
ment ever given In this city. There is a
freshness and completeness about the
whole, which entitles them to the fullest
praise. The fun is unlimited and con
tinuous, and refinement marks every por.
tlon ol the entertalument. We do not
remember to have seen an audience more
delighted than was last night's assem
blage. As for tlie whole evening's en-
joymentjt may be characterized as novel,
from the fact that It is native and not
Imitative ; commendable, because It la
wholly refined, and most pleasant be
cause It laartistle. The best songs we
have ever heard from minstrels are given
by this troupe. In every way the audi
enca was delighted. No question Is made
of the assertion that this troupe sur
passes all other organizations of the kind.
The performances are the most artistic,
refined, and thoroughly enjoyable of any
ever given here, and absolutely the best
we ever saw.
The second anniversary of the Wo
man's Club and Library Association
will be celebrated on Tuesday evening,
March 6th, 1877, at the library room,
seceud floor City National bank. The
public library will be formally opened
with such books as have arrived. A cor
dial Invitation Is extended to the public
to be present. The programme is as fol
DUI."o yoa Bamember?' '
Miss Pitcher sad Mr. Mows.
ASNVAL, ADDRESS By th President ,
Mrs. H.1I. Cande.
SOLO "Sleep well. Sweet Angsl."....
Mrs. W. P. HalUday.
Mies Kate Thompson.
SOLO. "Waiting at th Brookitde.
Mrs. J. M. Lanadea.
Hon. John II. Oberly.
DUETT. "O wext thou ia th cauld Blast."
Mrs. J. M. Lansden and Mr. Wm. Winter
HEADING. "The Angel In the Block."
Mi. I. B. Hudson.
SOLO. ' ' Separation Bosslnl
Mrs. D. Axtal. .
ANNUAL POKM -
Mra. B. T. George.
QCABTETTE. "Sweat and Low."..Bruby
Mrs. W. P. HalUday and Mlsa Annie Pitcher
Mr. Prank Howe and Mr. Walter McEea
Frank Gorden, notorious profeuy(te
and proprietress or a den on U alfut,
between Fourth and Fifth streets, was
before Justice of the Peaoe Cumings
yesterday on complaint of some of the
residents of the neighborhood, who claim
that Gordon's place has become a burn
ing shame and disgrace to that part of
the city. She was fined sixty
dollars and costs, In all sixty
six 'dollars. Gorden said she
cottld not pay the fine, and the officers
started to take her to jail. She went
along quietly enough until on Eleventh
street near ;the jail. The officers, Chief
Gossman and Sargent, being a fww step
a bead of her, Gorden suddenly drew a
small Colt's revolver from herbosom.and
before either of the officers could get to
her, she discharged two shots,
the bullets coming uncomfort
ably near officer Sargent's head.
Officer Sargent fired one shot at her, but
missed his aim. Gorden finally got
away, but was a few minutes later cap
tured by Officer Sargent on Thirteenth
street near the school house. In
the scuffle here she again snapped her
revolver at the offleer, but from some
cause It failed to go off. She was taken
to the city jail and locked up. Gorden
is a notoriously bad and dangerous wo
man, and it is to be hoped that for this
offense the will be sent to the peniten
tiary. Ed. Bclletis : For the information
of property owners generally, 1 wish to
state that the duties, under the statutes,
of tho commissioners (of which body I
was one). Is to assess the special and
general benefits of the necessary ex-
pense accrued, or to accrue In the con
struction and reconstruction of sidewalks
already assessed by the three commis
sioners heretofore appointed by the city
eouuoll tor that special purpose, and that
the commissioners of the county court
had nothing whatsver to do with the as
sessment for the aforesaid improvements,
but only to ascertain so far as in our
power and judgment the property has or
will be benefited thereby, and
how much should be tax
ble upon the general public. My
mission as commissioner being accom
plisbed, and the proper papers filed with
the county court, ail amies so far as
am concerned, are ai an end: but as
there are some property holders who do
not. others that will not, and some that
cannot understand the matter, but take
more pains to trouble the late controls
sioner than go to any themselves.
respectfully refer them to the city at
torney lor all furtner ana proper tutor
nation appertaining to said special as
sessments. Whilst I am always willing
to accommodate by Imparting tcy inlor-
matlon that I can regarding too matter,
I do object to beinf abused ana stigma
tized as a fool, partleulariy by those who
ire neither postessao ot oroinary pome.
usee nor common sense. XUsp74Ivtly
.. T -: TBDalAS) TTurrn,
1 . One of tba Ufa Corr.'-Aars
-mlL i . .-i t . i ..-.1
CAtao, IlLIXOIS, Mo-DAT Svikimo, 1 '
March 6, 1977.
Business generally has been qulat and
steady since last report. The weather
has been mora changeable, and withal a
little colder than for several weeks pre
vious. There s no change In the Flock
market. Supplies are light, with a fair
demand. Prices are firm at quotations.
There Is an overstock of low grade
of Hat on the market, and
It Is difficult to work off. Cholco and
medium are In good supply, with a light
demand. Prices rule steady. There is
some demand for Oats, though the mar
ket is not active. Buyers ask and sellers,
In order to eflect sales, are compelled to
make concessions. The supply Is fair.
There Is a eood demand for Corn, while
the supply is comparatively light.
Prices are steady at quotations. Green
country Meal Is in large supply
and weak, and offering In roand
lots at $2 10. City Is in demand at quo
tations, while the supply is light. Bran
is In good snpply, with a light demand.
Prices are steady at quotations. Pota
toes are in better supply, and steady at
f 11 10 per bushel. There are very few
apples on the market. The demand is
good at f 3 to $3 25 per bbl. tor choice.
Common are worth $1 75 to $2 25.
Choice Btjtteb is very scarce and In de
mand. Common la plenty and dull.
Eoos are in good supply, and
steady at 10(10c. There is a fair
demand for 4Pocltry. The supply is
limited. Good old hens are worth $3
per dozen. Turkeys are worth $910.
Dressed Meats are In light supply with
a fairly active demand. Prices are steady
at former quotations. Hides are coming
in more freely, and find quick sale at
quotations. Dried fruit U plenty and
dull. There is no sale for it. .
Freight rates to New Orleans are un
changed 30o per dry bbl., and loc per
cwt. ' . '
Egy-OuT friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only for
sales from first hands In round lots. In
filling orders and tor broken lots it Is
necessary to charge an aavance over
Stocks are light, and demand fair.
Prices firm at quotations. Sales re"
ported were 200 bbls. various grades,
$5 607 CO ; 100 bbls. XXX. $7 ; 100
bbls. various grades,$5 607 75 , 200
bbls. low to medium, (0 60(3,0 75 ; 100
bbls. medium, $7 60; 100 bbls. Medium
Family, $3 75 ; 600 bbls. variou sgrades,
Low grade is in overstock and slow
sale. Choice and medium la in good
supply, with light demand. Sales since
last report were 3 cart Timothy, $11 2
cars Prime Timothy. $10 50 ; 3 cars
mixed, $10 ; 3 cars low mixed, $9 ; 53
bales, Prime Timothy, $11 ; 2 cars good
mlxed$8 ; 3
cars choice mixed, $10.
Supply fair. Buyers ask and sellers, In
order to effect sales, make concessions.
There Is some demand. Sales reported
were I cars Northern, In bulk, 3536o ; 2
cars Northern black. In bulk, 42c ; 1 car
black seed oats, in bulk, 65o ; 1 car Cen
tral Illinois, in sacks, 40c ; 3 cars South
ern Illinois, In bulk, 33c ; 3 cars South
ern Illinois, in bulk, Sic ; 2 cars Galena,
In bulk, 30o.
Corn is id good demand at quotations.
The supply Is comparatively light.
Prices are firm at quotations. Sales
were 5 care, white in bulk, 40c ; 2 cars
mixed, in bulk, 39c ; 1 car, white in bulk,
40c; 200 sacks white, 474Sc ; 200 sacks
mixed, 4Go ; 4 cars mixed in bulk, 38c ; 2
cars white, In bulk, 40c. "
Country green meal is In large suply,
demand weak, and offering In round
lots at $2 10. Sales were 400 bbls. city,
$2 252 30; 500 bbls. city, $2 25-
Bran is In good supply and steady at
quotations. Sales were 50 sacks wheat,
$15 ; 100 sacks corn, $12 ; 300 sacks wheat,
$; 150 sacks wheat, $15.
The market is well supplied, and prices
remain about as last quoted. Sales re
ported were 100 bushels Peachblows,
$1(3,1 10 ; 40 bbls. Early Rose, $3 40.
Choice apples are scarce, and the sup
ply ot common is very light, Choice are
worth $3(g3 25 ; common, $1 752 25.
Sales were 35 bbls., $2 653 75 ; 12 bbls.
Willow Twigs, $2 60.
Choice butter Is very scarce and In de
mand. Common is plenty and slow sale.
Sales noted were 2 .packages medium,
2Uc; 300 lbs. Southern Illinois, roll,
1C1Sc; 400 lbs. Central Illinois roll, in
clothes, 20 23c; 100 lbs. Southern Illi
nois roll, 17c.
There Is a '.fair supply on the market
and prices are.firm at quotations. Sales
were 800 dozen, 10c ; 600 dozen, 10llo ;
225 dozen, 10c ; 5 boxes, shippers' count,
9c ; 4 cases, 10o ; 350 dozen, lOo.
Chickens are in light supply, with an
oiually fair demand. There are no tur
keys on the. market, and the demand is
good. Sales were 4 eoops old hens, $3
2 coops extra good, $3 25.
Dressed meat is in fair supply and dull.
There is no change in prices. Light
weight hogs aro selling 6 cents, while
good heavy are worth J to 1 cent higher.
Good beef Is, worth fi eents ; mutton 6c.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides are coming In more freely, Sales
sluoe last report were 400 lbs. dry flint.
14c ; 1.200 lbs. green salt, lc ; 380 lbs. tal
. DRIED FRUIT,
Dried trait is In good supply. There
apples are worth 4jc ; Peaohas are
worth f HQ01OC
' There are very few onions ot the mar
kst, While tba demand is active and nrioai
food. AfwbW-.ofeboleyellew sold
atf44 60. c
: BEANS. J
Good to prime white beans are worth
$1 60 ; poor and stained are telling at
Fcr Beaver No. 1 $2 CO; No. 2
Mink No.l tl: No. 2 7fie: No. a rov..
35c. Muskrat No. 1 20c t No. 2 Vc t No
3 10c. Bear No. I $10; No. 2 $7 No. 6
S3; No 4 $1. Wolf Mountain No. l
S .50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 j No. 4 7.V; .
fe.f--; 51 No. 2)n,
Wild Cat 2uc. House Cut 10c. Balger
W e quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3 ; nut, $3, delivered car,
load Per eon. lnmn t fill m,r 1 rx
delivered, per single ton, lump. $4:nuf
JJ & ; Jiaum or Harrisburg coal ot
track rwr load, lump, $27; nut, $16; de
lvered per ton, $3 00; Pittsburg per car
loads on track, $5 50 per ton.
Mlsaleelppl Central R. tt.
C H4So or Time Scxo.vr, MxaculiU, ls;T.
Trains leave Cairo '
New Orleans Fast Kipresj 1:15 a.m.
" Mail 7:30 a.m.
Arrive at Cairo.
Express at 1:30 p. m.
Mail at 10:0 X. rn.
All trains arrive and depart daily.
B. F. Bltjk. J. Jl. one e.
Agent. Ticket Agent
The Trada Wlnda
Are produced by the diurnal revo
lution ot the earth, exteuding from 20
deg. north. to 20 deg. south of the
equator; 'and snilor hail with Joy
their advent Into them, after being tern
pest-tossed and worn, as productlya of a
season of rest For weeks they some
time do not touch a sail, bounding home
Hard through fields of sea weed alive
with minute shell-fish, and observe the
play of the grampus, porpoUe, bonita,
and tho terrified flight of ;the flying fish
from tho latter. How much rnoro de
lightful then must it be to guide the
bark of poor humanity into the trade
winds of health out of the head seas of
disease and suffering, and make life's fu
ture a pleasant voyage ! Yes, such can
be eflected by using tho Home Stomach
atenaratloa, aot Prast ration.
Did any enfeebled human being ever
become strong under the operation of
powerful cathartics or salivants? It 1
sometimes necessary to regulate the
bowels, but that cannot be done by active
purgation, which exhausts the vital
forces and serves no good purpose what
ever. The only true way to promote
health and vigor, which are essential to
regularity of the organic functions. Is to
Invigorate;, discipline and purify the sys
tem at the same time. The extraordinary
efficacy of Hostettrr's Stomach Bitters
In cases of debility or irregularity of the
organs of digestion, assimilation, secre
tion and discharge, Is universally admit
ted. Appetite, good digestion, a regular
habit of body, active circulation of the
blood, and purity of all the animal fluid
are Induced by this subcrb tonic and cor
rective. It has no equals, moreover, as a
preventive of chills and fever, and other
types ol malarial disease. To emigrants
and travelers it is particularly service
able as a medicinal safeguard.
Notice is hereby given that the tax
books for the year 1870 have been placed
in my hands, and that I will be in the
hollowing named places at the time below
set forth for the collection ot taxes for
said year :
March 12 At the store house of Jas
per Culloy, In Clear Creek precinct,
March 13 At the store house of R. A
Edmundson In Wahoo, Clear Creek
March 14 At the store houne of B. F,
Brown & Bro., town of Thebes, Thebes
March 15 At the store house ot Alex.
Ireland, In town ot Santa Fc, Santa Fe
March 16 At tho store house of I'. I).
Athcrton k Co., in Goose Island precinct.
March 17 At tho t evidence of Nicfc
nunsaker, In.Dog Tooth precinct.
March 19 At the storo of John Hodges
In town of HodgesPark, Unity precinct,
March 20 At the store house ot G. Wi
Short, In town of Sandusky, Unify pre
March 21 At the store house of B. F.
Duncan, in town of Toledo, Ualewood
March 22 At No. 65 Ohio Leveo, In
South Cairo precinct, and at my office a
tho Court House.ln North Cairo precinct
until the 10th of day April.
Peter Sacp, Collector.
Cairo, III., February 21, 18T7.
Wah Dwumrt, Bivsa Reror, 1
Maroul, Un7. I
. ' acctou o. i uc; 0. 1
40c ; No. J 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk-No,
1 8oo No. 2 COc ; No. 3 30c; No. 4 loo
Fox- ray-No. 1 $1 No. a 75c ; No. 3
V red tox-No. 1 $1, So. 2 75c,
Oooaum No. 1 inn N o a . v V
.- - m a ,
srAnow. . . ; tow waraa.
- ' ST. M. f. IX.
Cairo.. . IS 11
Pittsburg. 10 XI S
Cincinnati . 10 6 v .
Louis vi lie . S 11 X t
NsahTLUe 4 8 X S
St. Louis lu 5 4
Memphis iim . a f $
VicAebura . IS S
Nsw Orleans 10 t
Below blh water of Wi.
JAMES VA1 SOS,
SsraMat. SUnal aerviue. U o. A.
fart LAa. .
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
City of fielena, Vicksburg.
Idlewild. Evansville.; r
City of Vlcksburf, BU.Loul.
Vint BulnkJa, Cincinnati.
Balk Memphis, Memphis. S
, Arkanau Belle, SransriUe.
nip arte B. , 4 'lf .'
Steamer James Flsk, Padnoah.
" Sto. Genevieve, Memphis.
" City ot Helena, St. Louis.
" IdJewUd, Evansville. r
" City of Vkksburg, Vlcksburf .
' Vint Shlnkle, Iftmphis.
" . Bell Memphis, St. Lottls.
' Arkansas Belle, Evansville.
" Bismarck, New Orleans.
Weather clear and cold..
business good and river low Tha
elegantand renowned steamer Thompson
Dean ia now loading for New Orleans at
the usual rates. Shippers should bear
this In mind. and anl ' Itnnm
their freight immediately as tha
cean intcnus leaving to-night .The
fine packet City of Chester, backs out at
o mr Memphis The Ste Genevieve
added 100 tons for Memphis. .Tha
City of Helena was on tlmi
with a good up . trip..
The Capitol City la due
for the Future City Capt. Riley's
Vicksburg had an excellent trip, and
after loaling and adding 30 tons turned
her head towards the South.
The Republicans of Alexander and
adjoining counties are invited to meet at
the Court hou?e, In Cairo, ou
Wednesday Night, March 7th,
to oelebrate tho Inauguration of Hayes
and N heeler as President and Vice-Presi
dent of the United States.
Col. Bajrby, of Paducah, ani Hons.
John Dougherty, Isaac Clements and
Jackson Trick, have been invite to speak.
Members of all Republican Clubs ;are
Invited to bo present with their lamps
tilled. Bv order of the Central Commit
tee. 3 6-2t C. X. Hughes, Chairman.
JOHN H. HTJTjrJSY.
Attorney at Lair.
OrriCX : At residenoe on Ninth atreet, between
uiiiKkuu avenue ana nainut aireet.
S999 j"'t tie rnale vy every agent
hewww every month in Uie business we
turnUli, bnt thoe willing to work can easily
rn a dozt-n dollars a day rlaiit in their own lo
mlitivs. Have no room 10 explain here, Husl
jeB iileasnnt and honorable, Women, boy a
todgn-Ud.ias well as men. We will furnish
you a romulete outfit free. The business pay
better than anything elne. We wilt bear ex
penne of stArtinr yon, I'articulare free. Write
tnd m, Farmers and mechanics, their sons
md dmitfliu-rs, and all cIsnsvs in need ot paying;
work at home, tboidii write to ua and le rn ail
about the work at once. Now ia the time
don't duiay. Addrass 'J ava A Co. Augusts,
PAINT ASD OILS,
B. F. Siako
I Meters In
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o
Always on hand, tha celebrated Illuminating
Ooraar XUavanth Straet and Waahiac
ton Avsuus .
C. r. liunkere Bitter Wlae ar Iran
has never been known to fail in the cure ot
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite) with dyspeptic symp
toms, b't hands, Hub loir 01 the bo lj, dry.
noes of the skin, pallid countenanca and
eruption on the fuca, purilyinx the blood,
pain in ths bank, beavinsis ol ths.eyellds.
ireuueut black spots flying before the eyes
with temporary euiUsion and loss of sight,
want oi attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, uxe K. V. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never (ails. Thousands are now
enjoyuifr health who have Used it. Take
only E.V. Kunkel's.
hewaro or counterfeit and base imita
tions. As Kunkel's bitter Wine ef Iron Is
so well known all over the country, drug
glBts themselves mka an imitation and try
to cell it oti to their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron.
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron la put up
only In ft bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely rut oa the outside with tha pro
prietor's pnotorraph on tba wrapper of ,
each bwtiie. Always look for tha photo
fxaph on i he outside, and you wlU always
sure to gat the genuine. On dollar per
bottle, or six tor 6. bold by druggists and
tlcalurs evervwhtre . , -. ,
ALL. WORMS REMOVED AJJT&
E. F. Knriel's Worm Syrnp never faila
to aeimy i in pesi ana etomscn worms.
Vt. Kunuel, the only successful physician
who removes Tape Worm la two hours
alive, with hetd. and no fee until removed,
C'ommou cu.so teaches that It Tape Worm
ut tetboveu. an omar worms cau oe re any
destroyed. eeud lor circular ta Dr. Kuu
tl, A. wm MortA lnll airm t, Vbiladel-
tus.ra,. or can ou your arug ut and au
r bottls of KunkePs Worm Brran.
I'ru i, 1.00. It nevsr taua, , .
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