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;IK0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
te. Kuy business firm can have three lines
p. in this column auder appropriate heading
tithe rata of l.&o rr month w em per year
psyahle quarterly in advenes.
Hare) ware, SHovea and Tin Wrr.
A. HALT.V.YTiealer In Stoves, Tin and Hard
ware, (.nlcn and r armors' Iniplmients, Wire
iooils, Refrigerators, J'umpl snd ldW.
H i Commercial Avenue. Ouiterinr, n Job
tf qrk done on short nntiee,
,?. S.M i: AnKT-DwlwIn hrj and softliiin
I rr, flooring, ceiling, . siding and aurfrced
kiiiihvr, latli and shingles, office and yard
corner 1 wentieth street ami Washington avenue
LANCASTEIl A UICK-Dealers in sash,
iloora, blind, etc., hsrd and eon lumber and
hlngtes. Yard and ofllc, Commerrutl avenue,
"oraier lTth street.
1. HARTMAX DeeVrtn tneensware, Toys,
tnips and all kinds of fanry article. Comnier
;iul avenue, corner Mb street.
WILIJAM WINTER Sixth etrert between
onurwrcial avenue and Washington avenue.
I lothtng ana Merchant TeMerlti.
JOHN ANTRIM Mi-rrlianf Tailor and deafer
in Heady Hade Clothing. Uhie Levee.
Iteal Katate Ageisrlew.
M. .. HOWI.F.T-IImiI fcstate Agent, JJuys
and sella real estaM, collect rent, nays taxes
for non-reldents.etr. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets.
I. . - .. J- .-1.-1 ' -- '
t lret- laae l.aiimlrj .
It U now conceded that Mrs. Coif mnii,
II. e laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, ha one of the best conducted latin
Jry establishment In the city, and land
.ords of hotels an J boarding bouses will
Snd it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows: Hotel
jnd boarding house washing 73 cents per
lozea. For piece work prices are as fol
low : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
ihlrts and two collars, 85c ; pel dozen,
Oc; socks, 5e; two collars, 5c; two
handkerchief, 5c ; vests, 20c ; and all gen
tleman's wear, 80c jer down; ladies
plain calico dresses, fl 23 per dozen
calico dresses with extra trimmings, 50c;
whlto dresses, $1 23; ladies underwear,
line or course, fi per dozen. 11-2S-K
Wo bare thi day sold to Mr. K. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc, should bo sent to him or left at
this office. We bespeak lor him the lib
erality t patroi ago that has been be
stowed npon us His assortment ot
Moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and lie guarantees satisfac
tion Jn nil cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1S70.
fl Cairo Ui-M.rux Co.
Keailjr far Kuameaa Again.
Kditor Bt llf.i l : 1 tke pleasure In
calling the attention of the public to the
fact that I have rebuilt and re-established
the Union Bakery on the site of
the building lately lot by lire on Com
mercial aveuue, between Fourth and
Sixth streets, where I will be pleased to
welcome all inT old patrons as well as all
w ho desire a good article of oread, cakes,
confection., ete. Kkik IvRsTaY.
t or Bate r liamt.
A good farm, containing 120 ucres
good frame dwelling, orchard an J all nec
essary out-buildings. Land all under
fens and in cultivation except S acres
1 he lan lis unincumbered and title J er
lect. This farm Is located three-fourths
( a mile ffin the Mississippi river, back
of Woll Maud Stores, Mississippi county.
Missouri. For further information ap
ply at the lit 1 1 tux olllce, Cairo, I Hi ;
nois. 21-dAw lm
WuihII tual II Wouilll!
tin and alter the 30th ln"t., tlie under
signed w ill fill orders for
Stove wood, per cord
lllock " ....
4-loot " " "
Hig muddy coal, (1 ton).
..if I 50
.. 4 00
Leave orders at No. 31 Eighth street,
r.nd they will receive- prompt attention.
Coal and wood delivered to any part of
the city. 2-22-1 in. F. M. W.,Ri.
To all who are suflering from the
.errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner-
ons weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
j-enieiiy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-ad
dressed envelope to the llev. Joseph T.
inman. Station D. Bible House, -New
Vork City. 1-30-Cin.
Lawtou blackberry plant
, and Early
Llnneaur pie plant roots.
All In (piantities to suit buyers.
Kw4deiiee opposite Nineteenth street
on Commercial avenue. 2-8 lm
Vtc w ill piy no bills for goodi or mer
ehandite purchased for the Bii.i.etln
by wiy ot the employes, unless the pur
I r chase Is ni:uk) on a written order signed
Jiy the president or secretary of the com
puny. Cairo Bi'M.vtix Co,
Jetl Brown has taken charge ot the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
Ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Lampert. JeS Is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give hltn a
call and satlsly yourself. tt
IUuax's Magnolia Balm preserve
ud, restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan aud aallownoss ; mokes the
skin solt, white aud delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
fiYON'f Katbairom make beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevent Its fati
ng out or turning gray. It hat stood
i ho test of 40 yean. la.charmlngly per
fumed and has no rlvaL
Go to San UUnaa for II ne liquors ot
ail kl-!J. Kt5 nw building, Eighth
tree!. ' , MM
-- .;,r :ZU ' ' " ' .
AflCALOI LODGE, SO. 61.
K nights of Pythias, meet every Fri
day night at half-past erven, in Odd
Fellows' Halt. Mowb,
Channel 1qt Comsaaader.
At.FXANDKB LODGE, NO. tU.
tmleDendenl Order of Odd-fel
lows, meria every Ihnrsday Bight
at half-naat seven, tn their hall on
Jotnmercial avenue, between Mizth sn Aerenth
rrevt WTU.K. llswaiN, N. U.
'"1A1HO ENCAMPMKM. I. O. O. T., meet
Vin Odd- eJlow' Hall on the Ant and third
l lies-lay la every month., at half-past seven
A. ininae, v; r
CAtUOLODOE. NO. 237, A. F. A. U.
Hold regular ootnmunioatlon la Ma
sonic Hull, corner Commercial avenue
and Elirhih street, on the second and
lotirth Monday of each month.
BATES OF AUTEATINI W.
K1A11 bills tor ailvettlsinjt, are dtie and pay
able lit adtaitcs
Transient advertising will be inserted at the
rate of II 00 per square for the first Insertion
and If) cents for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on standing amldiKpl
For inserting Funeral notice 1 00 Notice of
meeting of societies or ecret orlers SO cents for
Chreh, Society, Festival and Supper notice
will only be inserted a advertisements
Xo advertisement will be received at less than
60 cent, and no aavertlsement will be inserted
for less than Uiree dollars per month
LOCAL BI IUXI.SJ JOTIs i;
Of one square (8 lines tpacc) or more, in
serted In the Billkiim as follows : (lcss
than one square counted as a sjiiare.)
One insertion per square $ 60
Two insertions per square.- 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square - 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
FKIDAY, MAKCT1 8, 177.
o siinsnnrtmenl will le Inaerled
I I lie Bulletin unless the money ae-
rompaales the aame. Tbla rnl ;i
nnprralive. hii.s snsssnrr
ami lr elly OlUrca, k.l ; Alilsriosn,
lor Ml rierk.
W are anlliori Je.1 tt anaonnre James W .
Btewsrt as a candidate for re-election to the of-tl'-e
of City Clerk at the approaching charter
f oral Wealher Kepors,
Caiho. III., Mari.li
tiQ j fit I
Pt rai l
Sergtent. Signal iTVlre. I'. 8. A.
nuviasippl (Jealral K K.
n,.: f T;w var, Hti t h 1th,
Trains. leave Cairo .
New Oileaus Fast Express 1:15 a.m.
Mail 7:au a.m.
Arrive at Cairo.
Kxpriss at M p. ui.
Mall at 10:0 n.tti .
All trains arrive and depart daily.
ti. F. Hub. J. H.onbs.
Ak-eut. Ticket Agetit
The most wonderful existing medicine
for the cure of female complaints. Filty
years experience, Incontestably prore
these remedies unrivalled for tne uisor-
ders incidental to the souer ss. -o
family should be without them. They
may be taken by young and old, as they
will restore health when every other
n eans prove unsuccessful. 23 cents per
box or pot.
.Hast bet Hold Oaf.
I'ntll March 3th, I will sell my stock ot
glas 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 m cloving out
this class of goods Is to make room tor a
large stock of groceries and produce.
Sale positive. Call and examine goods.
. I HI'iU,
2-i!3-tt. No. 133 Washington avenue.
Smokers are happy again, because
Sam lllnian u Dacic again, nnu uas
I rough t a fresh supply ot those excellent
5 cent cigars. 2-22-1 m
loitltrly the BsmI.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Uorehouud is the very best couv
pound 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
lug cough, bronchitis, asthma, and all
diseases of 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 :outaius not a par
tlcle of opium or other dangerous drug,
It never falls. Every bottle guaranteed
to Derform exactly as represented. Bar
clay Bros., Agent,
Also agent for Prof. Parker's Pleas
unt Worm Syrup, which la sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Price, 25 rents. Try It.
'lbs Trade Wiods
Axe produced by the diurnal reo
lution ot the earth, extending from 20
I deg. north to 20 deg. south of the
equator; .and sailors nail witu joy
their advent Into them, after being tempest-tossed
and worn, as productiya of a
season of rest. For weeks they some
time do not touch a sail, bounding home
ward through fields of sea weed alive
with minute eliell-flsh, and obserre tlie
play of the grampus, porpoise, bon'ta,
and the terrified flight of 'the flying fish
from the. latter. How luuih mora de
lightful then muot it be to guide tlie
bark of poor humanity into the trade
wind of health out ol tlie head teas of
disease and suflering, and make life's fu
ture a pleasant voyage! Yea, tuob can
be effected by using the Home Stomach
HUtera. , 3-i-iw
There was no business In the police
Just received at P. M. SM-Ih'e,'si
fresh lot r the celebrate! Us tJnlia
Bveeeril Cigar-Ihs beat In ihs snar
ket. .. S-t-lw
The entertainment by the Young l'co
pies' Society, announced to take plaoe
at the Presbyterian church on last even
ing, was postponed until next Monday
evening. See notice elsewhere.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has been .be
fore the public lor years, and Is pro
nounced by thousands superior to all
other articles for the cure of Coughs,
Colds, Influenza, and all Fulmonary
J. Frcscott Eldrldge, the great char
acter actor and recitationista will give an
entertainment In the atl.eneuiu In this
city this evening. Mr. Eldrldgc'a fame
Is world-wide. Those who hear him
will enjoy a rich treat. He will remain
here but one night.
The third term of the Southern Illinois
Normal University begins the 2Cth of
March, 1S77. Tuition fees reduced to $4
for preparatory and $1 for normal de
partment. Students preparing for teach
ers pay only the contingent fee of three
dollars. Jamf.h Robauii,
Scc'y Board ol Trustees.
Gentlemen and boys desirous of neat,
tasty and lnshionablo foot wear, should
call and examine Black's new spring
stock of hand and machine made Boots,
Congress and Alexes Gaiters. Kcw
styles! New prices I Great bargains!
140 Commercial avenue. 3-8-lw
Charlie Arter is now a full fledged po
liceman, and takes to the business as
naturally as a duck to water. Arter and
O'Maley have been assigned to duty in
that pari of the city above Fourteenth
street, and Andy Cain and Kargent are
on duty in the lower part of town.
E. F. Oakley, of Memphis; J. P. Mor
gan, of Bolivar, Tennessee; J. M. Mor
gan ; Horace Tucker, of Chicago, and
O. Lowe, of .Pittsburg, all prominent
railroad men, were in the city yesterday
on business connected with the Missis
sippi central railroad. They registered
at the St. Charles.
Kocbler 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 Is no deception In this
assertion. They mean just what they
say, and ask an opportunity to proye it.
Call on them. 3-4-1 w
A. Black of the city shoe store U
steadily receiving in large quantities Ids
spring stock ot shoes, and promises hot
ter Inducements to the merchants of the
vicinity lor the purchase of their spring
goods than heretofore.
All he asks U that home patronage be
110 Commercial avenue. 3-8-lw.
Children and young people merit a
?ort ot veneration. l e are Ignorant of
what they may become ; if they may not,
one dr.y. be more tkan we are ourselves.
But the man who has reached bis for
tieth or fiftieth year, and lias done noth
ing especially praisworthy, certainly has
no valid claim on our consideration. To
such men, If they are desirous ol serving
humanity, one would say, advocate the
use of B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap.
'The Young People's Society" will
give an entertainmen; at the Presbyterian
church on Monday evening, March 12th,
1S77. The eutcrtaiuiiieiit will consist of
a lecture by the Uev. B. Y. George, vo
cal and instrumental music, reading,
recitation, etc. The proceeds of the en
tertainment will be devoted to the reduc
tion ol thu church debt. All are invited.
Admission, 23 cents. 3 8 3t
Dr. Jocclyu, has had several years ex
perience iu dentistry In St. Louis, and U
competent ot treating the most dillicult
cases of all kinds. All work warranted
to g'.ve entire satisfaction, or no charge
will be maib'. Prices low, to suit the
times. To anyjone denring dentistry done
it will be to their advantage to call upon
Dr. W. C. Jocclyu. Oflh on Eighth
stret, between Washingtou and Com
mercial avenues, Cairo, Illinois. 3-tt-tf
l always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm
tt'nnil'i Fever Pills. Auv one Belling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by me, w 111
bo prosecuted to the full extent of the
law. For sale at the New i ork Jstore, A.
Swoboda's, F. Healy's, P. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my olllce.
Sold In 50 ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rfttoR to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
dAw-tf. Da. Wm. Wood.
A word to the public l A. Uck, by
reason at his Judicious purchases attained
by cash, wishes to share with the public
his bargains, and will, as the following
few Items show, sell his goods throuir h
out at such low prices as not only to defy
competition but to suppress it entirely,
Ladles' goat, laced shoes, $ 1 2a.
' one serge " 1 00
kid slippers, 73
Missel goat " laced shoes, 1 00
kid slippers, C5
Children' kid and goat shot s 4050
And the entire stock in proportion.
The leadlug Radicals ol tbi city are
not pleased with Hayes' selection of his
cabinet, and do not attempt to uisgui.se
their disapprobation. They are also
bitterly opposed to Ills Southern policy,
aud a;e already denouncing Liiu as a
'traitor to his party," and wishing the
-d n old villain bad never reached the
whltehouse." On the other hand the
Democrats ate highly pleased with the
turnaflall have taken, and It has even
been suggested by ioni of the promluent
Democrats of th city that a rjral rttlfl.
cation meeting and torch-light proces
sion be held to endorse Hayes' course re
garding the south.
Just received at D. Hartman a queens,
ware store, the largest and finest assort
ment ol toilet and laundry soap that
has been brought to this city for some
time. The following are some few of
the well known brands. Mammoth
Bath,Boquet,Houey and Glyccrlne.Whito
Kose, Oat Meal, Moss Uose.Elder Flower,
Tu'tfe Oil.Gllletts Laundry Castile, &c.,
6iC Also a fine assortment, of Feather
Dusters and Feather window-Brushci.
Parties will find It to their interest to call
and examine my stock of soaps and
dusters, as I wean to ell the above goods
for less than any other house In Cairo.
Cairo, March 8, 177.
Editor Cairo- JHxletix : In your is
sue this morning I noJoe what purports
to be a ropy of what is said to be a proc
lamation issued by our worthy Mayor,
Henry Winter. At first I thought It
emanated from the brain ot some escaped
lunatic from Anna, and not from the
brain of so great a statesman and ruler as
our worthy mayor. Go on Jack. Your
time la short ; but give us two or three
more of the name sort, and your name
will go down to posterity never to be for
gotten. It you had not issued that proc
lamation our streets would have run
knee-deep with blood, and the Villa
Ridge grave yard would not have held
half the dead. Wise and noble ruler, you
are (not) sure of re-election.
Fiae Reoldenee lor sle or Beat.
The very desirable property known as
the "Aubrey property." corner ot Hol
brook avenue and Twuity-sctoud street.
For salo or rent on easr terms. Apply
to 3-G-tf. B. F. Blke.
BenoiHtiou. not frustration.
Did any enfeebled hunan being ever
become strong under tlte operation of
powerful cathartics or salivants? It Is
sometimes necessary to regulate the
bowels but that cannot be done by active
purgation, which exhausU the vital
forces and serves no good purpose what
ever. J he only truo way to promote
health and vigor, which are essential to
rcsrularitv of the organic funrt inn i
lnviirorate. disciuline and nutifv tv.o .ce
tera ut the same time. The extrannlinnrv
eOlcacy of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters
n cases of debility or lrreirukrity of the
organs of digestion, assimilation, secre
tion and discharge, is unlvertally admit
ted. Appetite, good dizestios. a regular
habit of body, active circulaflon of the
dioou, and purity of all the animal fluids
are induced by this 6Uberb tonic and cor
rective. It has no eauals. moir-over. n a
preventive of chills and fever, and other
types of malarial difeease. To emigrants
and travelers it Is particularly service
able as a medicinal safeguard.
.oltc to Tan-Fnyers.
Notice Is hereby civen thtt the Lit
books for the year 1876 have bten placed
in my nanus, and tliat I will be in the
following uamed places at the time below-
set forth for the collection ot laxes lor
said year :
March 12 At the store house of .Ta-
per Cullev, iu Clear Creek precinct.
March 13 At the store house of 11. A
Edmundson In Wahoo, Clear Creek
March 14 At the store house of B. F.
Brown & Bro., town of Thebes, Thebes
March 15 At the store house ot Alt i".
Ireland, iu town ot Santa Fe, Santa Fe
March 10 At the store house of P. n.
Atherton & Co., In Goose Island precinct.
Aiaren i, At the lesidence of Xick
Hunsakcr, in Dog Tooth precinct.
.narcn la At the store of John llmi
iu town ol HudgesPark, Unity precinct
f.. ...-.V. OA ...... .
-u.aii.u me store house ol G. W,
Short, in town cf Sauduskv, Unity pre
March 21 At the store houo of It. v.
Duncan, In town of Toledo, Ilazlcwood
March 22 At No. C5 Ohio Lev. in
South Cairo precluct.and at my olllce a
tne court llouse.In North Cairo precinct,
until the 10th of day April.
Pktku Sai-p, Collector.
Cairo, III., February 21, 1877.
A MUeellaneous Latter From Our
I'ulaHbl rrri.oiiant-lI Huy.tl,
M Monlor.Two to I. 11. Waiters
Loaketb at the H taoat-Orop iu,lLxl
limine tbo feaeh Bin!,. Hu,l ( oaa
Pilaski, 111., March 7, 1S77.
Dkar Bclletix ; Again yonr corres
pondent claims a short space in your
paper to say a word or two In reply to
D. II. Walters, of Ullin. aud also give
you some local news.
D. U. Watters says your correspondent
is undoubtedly a .writer for the Day'
Doing, Police Qautte or some oilier re
HgxQitt paper, and further, denies the cor
redness of that part of my letter refer
ring to the "tell tale letters.'
Mr. Watter's syntax Is somewhat
cloudy, and he shows a disregard for
the rules laid dowu by Murray, which
might be displayed to his advantage in
other quarters, I hare tho authority ol
the best citizens of Ullin for saying that
alt I wrote was true, and much was left
Youi correspondent to say, was Iu the
country looking at the wheat fields.
llio proipeet was never better. The
peaches so far afe mil jure J,
The political news of tho last tew days.
Is received by the Democracy with indig-
nation, not unmixed Willi anxiety lor the
The counting Iu of Hayed hod beeu
settled . on for sometime,- yet tha, final
consummation of tho colossal fraud was
itough to make the boldest Lrembln far
the safety ol "the land wa loya." The
lladlcal up here have not the effrontry
to defer d this piece of Infamy,- No ois
who ii not tutirdy bunded by partUaa
prejudice will endorso this gigantic
iraua. Hayes hat entered the preslden
tialofllce with a load oflnfamr wi.irh
will sink the parly ship so deep that 1m
neyer wm be resurrected. The nrnm.
laed reforms In the revenue service, the
new departure m the treasury depart
roent, tho promL of Justice to the op
pressed aoutn even these will not re
lieve this bundle ol frauds, yclept a
president, of tho double load of infamous
Infamy (how many double superlatives
we need !) which he now carries. Bu
why pursue the subject further? The
American cople have already passed
their decision, not only on the condi
tions but on tho parties. The one has
been adjudged to honor as the other was
to lnlamy. The eflect of this decision
has been reversed by "8 to 7" but the
decision itself will pursue Hayes as a
living spectre. M. D. G.
Caiho, Illihois, TnrmsDAY I vinuo, I
March S, 1B77.
Weather cold and blustery, with
sleeting snow storm prevailing as we
write. A heavy rain commenced falling
late Wednesday night, and continued
almost incessantly until Thursday
noon, when there was a sudden change,
and the weather became much colder.
The market Is quiet, and business dull.
It Is difficult to say anything new of the
Flour market, for there is no change
worthy of note. All grades, particularly
low and medium, are scarce and wanted.
The demand especially the order trade
is lively, and merchants are unable to
fill orders as last as they are received.
Millers every where complain of the dif
ficulty in securing wheat, and many of
the best mills are either shut down en
tirely or running on half time. Prices
are firm at quotations.
The Hat markcrt Is dull. Stocks of
low grade are very large, with no de
mand Choice is in good supply, with
only a lignt traue doing, rrices are
substantially the same as last quoted.
There Is only a light supply of Oats in
hand, while the demand is fairly active,
and transactions are liberal. Prices are
steady and do not vary materially lrom
mere is very little corn on tne mar
ket. The demand is good, and prices
steady. Country green Meal is In large
supply while the demand Is very light.
The demand for City Is good and prices
steady at quotations. The supply is
limited. Bran is steady at $15 for
wheat aud $12 for corn. Potatoes are in
better supply, and prices a little weaker.
Choice apples are in better supply,
though the stock is not large. Common
are plenty and dull. Chickk.ns are
not plenty, and the demand Is fair.
Good old hens are worth $3 00(5,3 25 ,
mixed are worth $2 50. Turkeys are In
lair supply, aud selling at $9 to $10.
Choice Bctter for table use Is scarce and
wanted. Medium and low grades Is
plenty aud dull. There is a large sup
ply of Eggs on the market, and they are
now retailing at ten cents. Driku
Fruit Is plenty aud dull. A
few Driku Ah-lks were
sold at 4c to JJc, aud a few peaches
at 0c. There is only a light supply of
Dressed Mkat here. The demand is
fair. Prices are unchanged. Ouions are
In light supply. Choice yellow are
worth . $4 50(S,4 75. Hides and tallow
are selling at prices quoted below.
Freight rates to New'Orleatii, M)c per
dry bbl., and 13c per cwt.
aSS-Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only lor
saies iroui nrst nanus in round lots, in
filling orders and tor broken lots it Is
necessary to charge an advance over
Stocks of all grades are light. The de
maud U good, and merchants hud it dif
ficult to fill orders. Prices are firm at
quotations. Sales reportad were 350 bbls.
various grades, $5 507 50; 200 bbls.
various grades, $5 507 50; 100 bbls.
various grades, $5 508 00; 10G bbls.
XXX, $7 00; 100 bbls. Good Family,
$7 75; 50 bbls. Choice Family, $S 00; 500
bbls. various grades, $(J 009 00.
Large stock on the market, and trade
dull. Low grade is iu overstock and
dillicult to work oil'. Prices are steady.
Sales reported were as follows : 2 cars
choke mixed, $10; 2 cars choice
Timothy, $10; 2 c.irs good mixed, $9;
3 cars choice Timothy, $ll(n)12 ; 2 cars
prime Timothy, $1010 50 ; 2 cars lied
Top, mixed, $9(2,9 50 ; 50 bales Timothy,
on orders, $13.
Suppl) limited ; demand fair. Prices
firm. Sales noted were as follows : 3
cars northern, in bulk, 35(avtoe ; 2 cars
black mixed, la bulk, 4041o ; 1 car
black seed oats, in sacks, 46c ; 2 cars
white, In sacks, 43c ; 100 sacks mixed,
There Is a light demand for coru. The
Supply ou the market is small. Prices
are steady at quotations. Sales reported
were 3 cars, white, In bulk, 39c ; 2 cars
cholse white, refanned, 40o ; 2 cars yeL
low mixed 33c; 150 sacks; white. 40(3)
47c ; 200 sack! mixed, 44c.
Country green Is in hirge stock and
dull at $3 00(n;2 10. City is In good de
mand . aud steady at $3 302 33. Sale
reported were 500 bbis. city, $3 303 35;
250 bbls. cliy, 2 30Q,2 35; 25 bbls. green
country, $2 003 10.
Bran fair supply aud steady at $15 00.
Saks were 50 sacks wheat. $15 00; 300
sacks, $15 00; 250 sacks, $13 00; 100
sacks, corn, $12 00; 1'2S sacks, corn,
Fair uiM)ly ou the market, with a
moderate demand. Price steady at
quotations. Peaehblow are worth $1
per bushel, aud hy the bbl. $3 to $3 60,
aeciirdino' to s zo ol barrel. Sales wi re
2.V bil-li !.! !'.;.. J , to j to $i;20
bul.-i. Early Hose, $3 25; 50 bbl3. South
ern Illinois, Eatly Kose, $3 30. .
The supply It better than last reported
WATER! WATER f '.T7A5BR!
Fiirnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing the
Of Goods saved from the late lire by I
Will be sold within next tbe Thirty Days at a
Dome One Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
Sales reported were 50 bbls. Ben Davis,
$2 75Q.2 85; 25 bbls. Bun D wi,$2 23;
10 bbls. Genilines, $2.
Stock of chickens light and demand
good for choice. Turkey's are hi light
supply, with a fairly active demand.
Old hens are worth $33 60 ; and mixed
$2 50 per dozen. Sales were 3 coons old
hens, $3 ; 2 coops extra good old hens,
$3 25 ; 2 coops mixed chickens, $2 60 ;
4 coops mixed $2 50 ; 2 coops turkey i,
Choice butter tor table purposes It
very scarce and wanted. Medium and
common is largo stock and dull. Sales
were 400 lbs. Southern Illinois roll, 15
17c; 350 lbs. Central Illinois in cloths,
2022c;5 tubs Northern packed, 20(5;.
22c; 2 tubs Northern, common, packed,
The supply is very large and prise a
weak at 10Uc. Sales reported wete
300 dozen at 10c ; 10 boxea 10c : 800
dozen, 10c ; 200 dozen, 9c ; 420 dozen
0j10e ; 130 dozen 10c ; 750 dozen, OJ
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Sales of hides were o0 lbs. green salt,
Cc; COO lbs. dry (lint, 14e; ISO ibs.Ullow,
OJc; 250 lbs. tallow, CJe.
DH1KI) UlUl T.
Dried fruit is plenty and dull. There
is no luquiry for it. Sales reported were
200 Jba. dried aoplcii, 4-fJe; 150 lbs.
dried peaches, 9c; 300 lb, dried appirs.
DRESSED MEATS. j
ouppiy ugut ana tiemaim lair, bales
were 5 hogs, heavy weight. 5J0t'; 4
hogs, light weight, 55Jc; 2 hogs, 6Je;
3 quarters beet, 4c; 1 fore quarter beef,
3Jc; six mutton, Cc.
There Is only a very tew onions on
the market. The demand is fair.
Choice yellow are worth $4.504.75. Salo
noted were 5 bbls. red, 4; 3 bbls, choice
yellow $450 ; 3 bbls do. 3.50,
Good to prime white beans arc worth
$1.502. Poor and stained are worth
Fi'RS Beaver No. 1 $2 30; No. 2
$0; No. 2 ft; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.00.
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 73c; No. 3 50c;
No. 4 10c Raccoon No. 1 70c; No. 1
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No,
I S5c No. 2 tiOo; No. 3 30c: No. 4 13c
Fox- ray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75e,
Oposuiu No. 1 10c; No. 2 8o: No. 3.
35c. Mubkrat-No. 120c: No. 2 15c; No I
3 10c. Bear No. I $10; No. i $7 No. 5
$3; No4$l. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2.50; No. 2 $1 73 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75t;
Prario Wolf N'o. 1 fl 25; No. 2 50c,
Wild Cat 23c. Houso Cat 10c, Badger
W e quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon ou
track, lump, $3 ; nut, $2, uellvered cm,
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $3 75.
ili'liwrwl nt-r atnirlM ton. liimn. SA ; nut
S3 25 ; Raum or Uarrisburg coal oi I
track per load, lump, $27; nut, $1U; dt
livered per ton, S3 fH); Pittsburg per t r
loads on track, $3 50 per ton.
W AM DSPAMTHXNT , RlVBH B.ICFOT, 1
March S, '.BIT. f
station. low watch.
r. IN. FT. IX.
Cairo.. .ZT" 13 a ' X S
filuburg 7 J X 7
CiuciuuaU 14 10 XI 1
Louisville....- 3 X 1
NasUviUe .... 1 O . 1
St. Louis tf 11 - 1
tvauaville.. . . '
Memphis U 1 '1
Vickeburg 15 Ii j
below high water of IbTI.
Sergeant, Sutnui eiervics, l S. A ,
feteaiuer Jatnee Flsk, Paducah.
" City ol Helena, St. Iouis.
John B. Maude, Vlcksburg.
J. W. Uatl, Cincinnati.
u Atlantic aud barges, St. Ttouis,
" l'. W. Anderson, Nashville.
Steamer James Flsk, I'aducali.
" City Helena, Vicksburg.
" J. IS. Maude, St. Louis.
O.W.Oarr, MetnpWs. !
AUaatle. bargea, ...
fc C, W. Auderson, Kaahvllle.
A heavy wuui rata eocatme nel f all
Itx U tlwut- 1 oMoek WMkest
nljbt, M4 eontlqata w j to boob yetf
iv ' -
day Uien tho wind suddenly changed to
the north, and in a few hours it
had turned very . cold, and
by nine o'clock at night it was extremely
cold Business on the wharf was
quiet, and very little was done
There were but tew arrivals and depart
ures The Fisk arrived early and
departed on time.
X'ublic notice Is hereby giTfU tbat hy
virtue of an order of the countv court of
the County of Alexander tn tbe State of
Illinois, rendered at tbe December terra
of said court, A. D. 1875. I, Harmon ii.
Black administrstor de bonis non of tbe es
tate of Louis Nasanoo.late of said county,
tlcceaed, will sell at public vendue on tbe
lOtb day of f April. A. I). 1877, at tbe west
door ol of tbe court House In the city ot
Cairo between tbe bourn of ten o'clock In
tbe forenoon and five o'clock in the after
noon of the same day to tbe highest bidder
to pay the debts of tbe said Louis 3aannu
deceased, tha following described real
estate, situate in the county of A exandcr
and tbe State ot Illinois to wit :
Lots numbered four (4), Ave (5), and (8),
iu uiut'K iiuiijiiered seventeen (17), In tbe
tint additiou to t he city of t n ro ; and tbe
soutbeat quarter of section twelve (12i,
township tUteeiiiltlj, south range two (2),
HuiJei't to the hoiuttstead Interest of wld
dow and family Id and to said lot eight In
hloak seventeen, and to the widow's
dower iu said real estate.
Terms ot alo : Olio -halt ot purchase
money to be cash In bawd upon approval of
sale and delivery of deed and one bait on
credit ot six months, purchaser to give
security and trust deod on tbe premises to
Muru the remainder of purchase mflner.
Dated March, utb, 187?.
HAUMON' ii BLACK.
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in detidl Everybody wants it. The whole
people fuel a treat iuterest in their Country's
Conteuuial Ltirthday. and want to know all
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premium picture la presented free to cacb suit
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Now is (tie time; dou t delay. Remember It
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for circulars, terms, and sample copy of paper,
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Mae iu all ttuur ouiaplioatsd fbroia. It is well
known litat Or. James has stood at Ui head ol
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experience ure all-lmiiortant. Hemlnal Weak
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you aU about these diseases whe should rnsrry
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