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jilKO BUSINESS HOUSES
Mai.-- A ny bwdnea firm e have three line
pace, In Mii rotuma Bndet appropriate heading
a liberate of l.ft" P"1 month or SU per year
Hardware. Moveo Tin Ware.
A. llAt.T.BT tralptlatoYes.Tlnand Hard
ware, Leiden ami raxmer' Implement, Wire
4oiIh, Hefrlgrrnt0ro, rumps ami Ladder.
II i immen Uil Avenue, Ouilcring, and .Ion
Work dou m shot! notice.
.1. S.McCI AHKY-1 leaier in hard and Unit 1 lira
lier, flooring, rail lie, tilling ami surfaced
kiuilier, lath ami shingle. Ofliiw ami yard
corner I went let it street anu wasningum avenue
LANCASTklt A KICK IxIrM in fiv-a.
doors, blind, etc., hard anil en ft InnilxT anil
ahlngte. ad ana oul. Commercial avenue,
yru r itiu itrai.
IJ. H AKTMAX liealer In Queensware, Toys,
l.3BK and all kinds of laury artiij". oiniiw r-
ai avenue, corner ntn iwi,
WILLIAM W1NTKH SiKtli alr.it between
Miniiiieri'.iaiaveniM ami Wnahingbai avenue.
lolltlnic ami Mere linn t Tailorliis;.
toil K A vrilIMM. t-iant Tailor and d.-ab-f
In Ib-ady Made Clothing. 7 Oblu lv,
Steal r.alnln Aaenclea.
M. IIOW!.f:V-lt.nl rotate Agent. Huy
aud M-lla ml t-aUta, eolkvtM rents, iaya taaea
lor non-nindenUi.etr. I 'liiimrti lui avenue, be-
I ween . inth and I DIM atrerta .
We have this day sold to Mr. K. C
ford the entire lot of moulding tool
He, of the picture framing department
ol the Ilulk'tiii. All orders for frame
itc, cliotiM be Rent to lilm or left at
thin oflicc. Wo bespeak tor luin tlio lib
erality ol patronage that ha lce n be
stowed upon ua Hi" assortment ol
moulding Is complete, price beyond
competition ami lie guarenbf s satisfac
tlon in all case.
Cairo, Oct. 10, 187C.
tt Cairo IScxi.ETr Co.
Wood t Coal 1 1 Wood ! 1 1
On ami alter the 20tli int, the under
signed will (ill orders lor
Stove wood, per cord ..
IjiQf'k ' i
4-loot " " "
Hie muddy coal, (1 ton)
" " (car-load)
llarrisburgcoal, (1 ton) .
" (2 ton)
Iave order at No. 34 Eighth street,
nnd they will receive prompt attention.
Vxyai end wood doliyercJ to any part of
the city. 2-22-lm. F.J1. Ward.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
And hence offer our entino
stock of goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and
Caps, Boots end Shoes, Gents'
Furnishing Goods, etc. AT
COST. Tbis is no dodge.
These goods must be closed
out within thirty days.
142 Commercial Ave.
it it now conceded that Mrs. Colt-man,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth struct, be
iwit'n Washington and Couiiuwlal aye
ani'n, linn one of the best conducted lann
Jry eitabliahnu-uta In tiw city, and land
ord of hot Is and boarding houses will
dnd it to their advantage to call upon
flue Blienee tor Male or Rent.
The very desirable projvrty known at
tho "Aubrey proiKrty." corner ol Hol
brook avenue and Twenty-gecond street.
For sale of rent on caT termc. Apply
tu :t-C tl. IS. F. I'.i.AkK.
We will pay no bills for poods or mer
rhaiMise purchased Tor the Hi i.i.khn
by any ol the einployea, unlePS the pur
chaw) is made on a written rder Iiitil
by the president or secretary of Hie com
pany. Caiko Hcllktik t'X).
Tor Hair or lnae.
A good lurin, eontaiuintf 1 acres
good Iraine dwelling, orchard and all nee-cfi-farj-
iirt-buildinga. Land all under
Iciim! and in cultivatiou cxwpt 8 a res
I he land Is unincumbered and title per
let. ThU farm is located threo-lourths
of a mile from the MiKMwippl rlwr, back
of W oil Island Stores, Mississippi county,
Missouri. For lurther Information ap
ply at the Bi u rrix office, t'airo, llli;
nois. 21-dAw lin
Kuly for Bniiea A km In.
Eoitok Hi i.i.ktin : I take pleasure in
CHlling the attention of the public to the
lact that I have rebuilt and re-cstu!-
liahcd the I'niou rtakery on tho site of
the building lately lost by lire on Com
mercial avenue, lutween Fourth and
Sixth streets, where I will be pleased to
welcome all my old patrons as well us all
who desire a good article of bread, cakes,
confections, etc. Frank Kbatky.
Hollo way 'm Fllla ami Olntiuant.
(crolula was considered incurable until
the great discovery of "Hollows)'" l'illl
and Ointment" flashed upon the world,
fliseasoa wbhth baltled tlia skill of the
luudical schools, readily yield to these per
les remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Twenty-live cents
per box or pot.
The Itarber. '
Jell Urowu has taken cliargo ol tho
barber shop on Eighth t-treet. near Wash-
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Eampert. Jeff Is a good barlier, and so
licits a share of patronage. (Jive him a
call and satisfy yoursolt. , tt
Haoax's Maunolia Balm preserve
and rextorci the coutplexlou ; removes
trtickles, tan and eallowness ; makes the
xkiu soft, white and delicate. lU appll
3ntion cannot bo detected.
J.voN'a Kathaibon makes beautllul,
jjloKsy, luxuriant hair; prevenU Its lall
ng out or turning giay. U uas atood
l he test of 40 years. U charmingly ixsr-
l limed and lias no rival.
. ; , ;
Mrs. F, Weil ia selling her household
furniture at private sale. 't& Tentl) street.
Af :AbONbOIMlH, KO. 61. ,
KnirliU of rythlas, maala T7 !
day nMctil at haif-at aavan, ia 01'
Kiaiowa' 1UI1 . Howb,
At.r.XAWPRR THSII, WO. 4.
r Imltwrnlrat Urdi of OiM-M-
V J low, inert wrj TbumUr nifh
at halfaMt anrcn, In (naif hall oo
mnwrcial avimu. Iirtwftn Mlsth aa4 Havmtii
:ru , Witt It. llAwaias N, H
1A1HO KNnAMPMKNT, I. O. O. r., nflla
Kjr Odd-ridlnwa' Hall on th flrat and Unrit
1 111-a.laj in evrry inotitli, at hair-Ht mm
A.Homw is. C P.
m liunlmuiV Vfl 4r A r 11. M
IIi.Mh.m.1.. nMnmimli-ftliiina in Mm
XSTaonio HhII, corwr Houuiicri-ial aTvnua
' 'auu f.iiriitii mii ip uk rrora aim
Vurtli Mmidar ul wi mrinih.
hatk or AurRRriNi nu.
tyAll Mils for a-lrertuiinir, arr le and Iy-
Tranalrnt adfertlalnn wilt be inacrtrd at Ui
rain of ft W wrsiiuare fur tbo flrat inwrtloa
and Wl inta for each uWrurnt oaa A IiImmt1
dliMviunt will 1 Riaitfi on sUndinx abddifi
ul vrrti sriurn U
For inarrtinir rutirral ntitir tl on NnMnaaf
innHinK nfsoctel M er aoeM order Meratafor
Cbarrh, fWicixtr, Festival and Sopprr notice
will only be inarrtnl M ailvmiai-nienUl
No adTrrtUffiiM-nt will be morlTM at leas loan
So ita, and no advi-rtlarnvnt will Im inarrtl
for than thrv dollar per month
.OCA I. Ill M! MM HtifM
Of one square (H lines space) or more, in
serted in the Hi;m.ktin a follows : (Mf
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square S W
Two insertions per square. 75
Three Insertions per square 1 Wl
Six Insertions per square
Two weeks jer square
One month per square
Special rates made on large advertise
merits or for longer time, .
TUESDAY. MAKCI1 13, lf77.
TO CAS DIDATKSJ.
No aanMirrMnl will few Inaertral
In llir Hallelln nnlraa tli- raunrr nr-
runnaulaa In oamc. 'f bla rul
lmprallir, KIf.at - annaunrr.
raraU lor rlly Olllrca, tS ; Aldarraaa,
For Itjr Clerk.
W ara autborlif.1 n announca Jaiue W .
ntrwart aa a nanduUta for rc-clvRUon to Urn r
liiw of Cut Cl-rk at tli apucoaclilna' cliartcr
t lection. ,d
Caibo. 111., March 12 U77.
lUmlall 1.10 Inrliea.
8cnrant Sijmal Berries. U. 8. A .
GcnUcinen and boys dehirous of neat,
taaty and la.sliionable loot wear, should
call and examine Black's new spring
stock of hand and machine made liooU,
Congress and . Alexes Uaiters. New
atyles! New prices! Great bargains!
14U Coairaercial avenue. , 3-S-lw
To all who are suflering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a misMonary
in South America. Send a aelf-ad-dret-scd
envelope to the Ilev. Jo-vph T.
luman, Station IX Uibio House, New
York City. 1-30-Cm.
jtf nat be loll Ont.
Until March 5ih, 1 will sell my stock ol
;las and quoenswarc
AT ACTUAL COIT.
If the ptock Is not all sold at t he dstte
above stated tho remainder will be sold
at auction. My object in closing out
tliis class of goods is to make room lor a
large stock of groceries and produce.
Sale positive. Call and examine goods.
2-23-tt. No. 133 Washington avenue.
Smokers are happy again, because
Sam I'llman is back again, and hxs
brought a trctdi supply ol those excellent
.r cent cigars. 2 -22-1 m
Poailitelj the Ut.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and llorchouiid 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 perma-
ncnt.cure of coughs, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough, bronchitis, asthma, ami all
diseases ol consumptive type. It will
thoroughly eradicate the1 alarming
symptoms in one-half the time required
to do so by any other medicine. Hi
purely vegetable, and contains not a par
tide of opium or other dangerous drug.
It never fails. Every bottle guaranteed
to perlorra exactly as represented. Bar
clay Bros., Agents,
Alo agents for Prof. Parker's Tleas
ant Worm Syrup,' w hich Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic, Price, 2." cents. Try It.
Co to Sain Ullinan lor line liquors o
all kinds. NeQ's new building. Eighth
treet. 2-22-1 iu
Tho Trade Wluda
Are produced by tho diurnal revo
lution ol the earth, extending from 20
deg. north to 20 deg. south of the
equator; '.and sailors hail with Joy
their advent into them, alter being tempest-tossed
and worn, as productive of a
season of rest. For week they some
time do not touch a sail, bounding home
ward through Ileitis of sea weed alive
with mluute shell-tlsh, and observe the
play of the grampus, porpoise, bon'ta,
and tlto tcrrilied night of Jthe flying fish
from the latter. How much more de
lightful then must it be to guide the
bark of poor humanity into the trade
winds of health out of the bead seas of
disease and suflerlng, and make life's lu
ture a pleasant voyage! Yes, such ean
tie efleoted by usiug tho Home Stomach
Bitters, . , a-a-im
,( Tlw Sun aay it rained yesterday.
. Sir, Walter llyslop. Is at home again.
Mr. Jas. 8. Morris, of t'llin, was in the
eity yesterday. '
The city council will meet In regular
Mr. II. II. Caudee, who was in
burg on bushiest, has returned.
Mr. P. f. Barclay left by tin after
noon train yesterday for Chicago.
i'roiato court was In session ycter-
day. Judge Dross spent nearly the en
lire day in examining pupci..
Kef. O. W." Wilson, .pastor of Ihe
Methodist church at Ullin, was in the
city yesterday on his way to Memphi.".
An inmate or lue tfaiiroau nou.-o was
"gone through" to tle amount of forty
lour dollars on Sunday night. No trace
of the thief.
Wo are always pleased to recommend
a good article. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
never fails to cure a couirli or cold in
iliort lime. Th prloe Is aii cents.
j ersonai vaijioti, io lorm the ac
i ... -
quaintance of S. J. Jlunini, If agreeable.
Plcaso address Miss W. C. ilarrell.
levcs, Harailton county, Ohio. It.
Just received by Stratum A Bird, one
hundred barrels of choice apples, con
sisting ol Ben Davl4, Roman Beauties,
Kuetts and other varieties. 3-13-31.
Found On Ohio levee bet ween Fourth
and Sixth streets, a new skeleton key.
Theownircan have the same by calling
at the Bulletin otllce and paying ffir this
The Sun suggests T. W. Ilalliday for
alderman from the Fifth, ward. Good
enough ; but as Mr. JIalliday' term does
not expire for over a year to come, wo
think It most too early to bring him out
At Herbert's yesterday were M. E.
Williams, PltUburgi I. C. Forgate,
Pomeroy; II. P. Ilynes, St. Ixmls; W.
II. Purcell, Rt. Louis ;L. llaymond, t"lii
cago;John nurt, Clinton; J. H.Horn,
S. K. Taylor and J. A. Moss. Clinton,
Ky.;D. M. Macphle, Memphis.
A. Clack of tho city shoe store is
steadily receiving In large quantities his
spring stock ol shoes, and promises bet
ter inducements to the merchants of the
vicinity lor the purchase of their spring
goods than heretofore.
All be ask is that home patronage be
140 Commercial avenue. 3-8-1 w.
Hon. A. II. Irvin came homo on a
short visit on Saturday, and left again on
Sunday night lor Alton, where he will
join the committee ol the house appointed
to investigate the addv'uabllity of estab
lishing a southern penitentiary at that
Maguire's Tar Glycerine Whisky adu
Kock Candy is just what it purports to
be, a true prepcration ol those ingredi
ents ; as a remedy in all complaints of
the throat, lungs and cheat, It has no
equal. Try a sample bottle, only 10 cts.
P. G. Schuh, Agt.
Sarah Williams, a "nymph of the
pave," was arrested on Sunday night
by Chief of Police Gossman for being
drunk and disorderly. She was before
Judge Bird yesterday tor trial and was
sent to the lock-up for eleven days.
Sarah Is well along In years, and It
would seem old enough to Quit her eyil
Among the guests at tho Planters'
House yesterday were Cyrus Harnll,
Alloy, Ills.; A. Moorman, Charleston ;
P. B. Story, Greenville, Texas; C. C.
Hitter, Paducah; I. M. Henry, Hart
lord. Ky.; H. A. Wetzel!, St. Louis; It.
M. Curley, Jackson, Tenn.; S. Wis
singer, V'lncennes; K. It. Williams, Cross
land, Ky.; J. II. Bell, Mt. Jarmel; W.
A. Bush, Charleston.
A fqechd car containing a iiunilxr of
the otllcers and stockholders of tho Illi
nois Central and the. Mississippi Central
railroads, arrived here over the Illinois
Central at about noon yesterday and
was transferred to the Mississippi Cen
tral au hour later. The party are on a
tour of inspection along the line ol the
Jake Judan, a colored lad employed
to 6 weep out the store of Messrs. Gold
stine & Hoscnwaters. was arrested by
Chief of Police Gossman yesterday for
stealing goods from the store. Some ol
the stolen property, a tine silk handker
chief, a pair of gloves, and other articles
were lound on Judan's person. He was
locked up nud will have a hearing before
J udge Bird to-day.
We understand the residents of Sev
cnth street between Washington avenue
and Walnut street, are complaining of
the sort of a house kept by certain par
ties In the neighborhood. Several times
lately people residing In the vicinity
havo been disturbed bv lights which
have tukeu place iu the establishment
referred to, and are threatening to bring
the matter to the attention ol the au
rromineut among the arrivals at the
St. Charles yesterday were Jas. II. Bugg,
Paducah ; J. E. liedding, Yazoo City,
Miss.; Chas. E. Taylor and wile, Grand
Junction, Teuu.; W. Yarble, Louisville ;
Jas. T. Johnson, New York ; Geo, Kupp
Evansville; K, A. Ielaurlens, J. D
Morgan and John Mack, Cincinnati
Frank Brysen, Walter Claris. Miss L.
C. Clarko and W. V. Bolt, St. Lpuis
John M. 1'egan, Evansville ; 8. S. Koine
Chicago ; J. D. GrUwold aud D. T, Mof-
titt, Buffalo, N. V.
1 lie ancleuts studied , for their own
gratification. They cultivated the
gratiucation. xney cmuvateu the
sciences io order to become wise. Now
a-tfayi, ou tbe contrary, some one has
said, we study In order to shine, to grt
Into high planes, to acquire riches, and
becomo tho object ol vain plaudits.
There Is some truth in title pcrhnp. It
Is very certain, however, that it rail
very far short of lielng as true as It la
that ' there Is no soap to be rompared
with B. T. Babbitt's Best.
Tho Spring held State Joumnlot Hun
day morning says i "William P. Ilalli
day vs. Steamboat Louisville ; In admir
alty. This raw was appealed from the
district to the circuit court, and the de
cision, announced this morning, sustains
that of the lower court. The decree of
the district .court gave plainllfl ,$5,700.-
Ofi. The interest that has since) accrued
is added, which brings the Judgment ol
the circuit court up to $C,4'.)l.fi0."
Giles Collins, a Union county man,
accompanied by his three little boy, the
oldest not over nine years, came to town
mi Saturday and put up at the Planters'
House. In the evening Collins Went tire
rounds of the saloons and drew up at
Scott's, where a dance was in progress.
Several hours later ho was on th levee
making moro noieo than half a dozen
steamboats. He bad lost his money, and
Wanted it back, but could not tell
whether he had lost it or w hcther It had
been stolen from hint. Tho police took
bin) to his hotel and left him there.
Dr. Jocelyn, has had several years ex
perience in dentistry in St. Louis, and is
compeUutot treating the most difficult
case-sol all kinds. All work warraufetl
tog'.ve entire satisfaction, or no charge
will lie made. Prices low, to suit tho
times. To anyjone dcsinnirdciitistrvdone
It will lie to their advantage to call upon
Dr. W. C. Jocclyn. Office on Eighth
street, between Washington and Com
mercial avetues, Cairo, Illinois. 3-9-tf
I always havo been and still am tvle
proprietor and manulucturer of Dr. Wm.
Wood's Fever nil , Anyone selliug a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by rae, will
bo prosecuted to the lull extent of the
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. Healy's, P. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold In&Oct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers . on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price,
ddrw-tf. Dr. Wm. Wood.
A word to the public '. A. Black, by
reason at his judicious purchases attained
by cash, wishes to share with the public
his bargains, and will, as the lollowing
few items show, sell his goods through
out at such low prices as not only to defy
competition but to suppress it entirely.
Ladies goat, laced shoes, $1 25.
" one serge " 1 00 .
kid slippers, 75
Misses goat laced shoes, 1 00
" kid slippers, C5
Children' kid and goat shoes 4050
And the entire stock in proportion.
Just received at D. Uartmuu's queens
ware store, the largest and finest assort
ment ol toilet and laundry soups that
has been brought to Luis city for some
time. Tho following are somo few of
the well known brand-?. Mammoth
Buth,Boquet,Uoney and Glycerine, White
ltoso, Oat Meal, Moss llose.Elder Flower,
Turtle OH, Gil let U Laundry Castile, &c.,
A.C., AUo a line assortment of Feather
Diuters and Feather window-Brushes.
Parties will 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 thuu any other honsc in Cairo.
The Carbondale Observer of the Ulh
Inst, says : "To-day, Murphy sboro was
Visited by a lire which destroyed about
230,000 worth of property, being the
Jackson county bonds of the Cairo A St.
Louis Railroad Company, about which
theie has been so much litigation. These
bonds were for $200,000 and had about
eight years accumulated interest upon
them. They were issued by tho county,
on certain conditions, which tho county
thought had not been fulfilled, aud hence
the litigation. Judge Craw ford, on the
29th ult, decided that tut- Itonds should
be recovered by the county. They have
been iu the bauds of Sam. T. Brush, as
administrator of J. M. Hanson, repre
senting the road. An order was issiyil
to Mr. Brush, directing huu to dclive
them up to tho county beard. To-lay
(Friday) he did so, and they were then
burned. Col. Thomas Allen, of St.
Louis, has conducted the suit lor the
county, and the ieople may well have
cause to remember him lor liftiug so
great a lead oil' their shoulders, as this
virtually ttles $100,000 ol the bonds,
and probnhly the entire lot."
The luncral of John Currcn will take
place from St. Patrick's church to-day
at one o'clock. Funeral train will leave
the loot of Fourth street for Vina Kidffe
at two o'clock.
Wilson's Albany swilling
Lawton blackberry plant?, and Early
Mnneaur pie plant roots.
All In quantities to suit buyers.
lle-ldcnce opposite "Nineteenth street.
on Commercial avenue. 2-N-lm
A Result of Obalruelod DlaentloB.
Among the hurtful consequence ol ob
structed digestion, U the Impoverishment
of the blood, and since a dettriaUve con
dition of the vital fluid not ouly produces
a dangerous organic weakness, but accord
ing to the medical authorities, sometimes
causes asphyxia, it is apparent that to Im
prove the quality of the blood by promot
ing dilation aud assimilation, is wise
precaution. Uostetters 8toumch Bitters
Is precisly the remedy for this putpoae,
since It Stimulate the Ktrie hileea, con
quers those bilious tad evaeurjlvt (rregu
IturtUes wtdca interiors with the digestive
processes, promote aaoimtlaUou of the
food by the Uood, and purlae as veil as
enriches IU The sign ot improvement in
eoaseqaenoo of winf . tbe bitten are
speedily apparent la soeamtton ot vLjor, a
! t al, im -i- ,Hb4anee,
and a regular
- ' knj Uve perforutaace of every 'pkrtcl
fnnctioi. - j
Caiho, Illinois, Ttn--ii.r.r Iv-ud. I
March I!, 1S7J. " ( . '
Tho weather has moderated, and It is
now quite warm. A heavy rain com
menced falling late Hunday night, and
has continued almost without Inter
mission ever since, and at this writing
Indications are that there Is "more coin
ing." , '
Bnslncsa has been fair In all the lead
ing branches. There is an active de
mand for Flour, and with anything like
a fair supply transactions would be much
larger than they are. i he supply ol all
grades Is Unlit and far liclow the wants
of the market. Prices are II rm and
steady at quotations.
The supply of choice Hay Is good, and
fully equal to the wants or the market.
Common and medium is In overstock
and very dull. However, prices nre
steady at quotations. There is a fair de
mand lor Oatt, while the supply on the
market is limited. Transactions during
the last three days have been fair. Prices
are firm. There is only a light supply of
Corn on;the market, while the request is
good. fU-ceipts during the last week
have been light. There Is no material
change in price. The supply of City
Meal is about equal to the demand, and
prices are llrm at quotations. Green
country meal is in large supply and offer
ing In round lots at $2 to $2 10. Brau Is
In light supply, with a lair de
mand. Prices are unchanged $15
for wheat, and $12 or corn.
The supply of,4 Potatoes; is light, and
the demand fair. Early Rose are worth
$3 CO per bbl. Others are selling at prices
quoted below. There Is a fair supply of
Apples on hand. The demand is good,
and prices steady. There Is no strictly
choice Butter for table purposes on the
market. Strictly choice will sell at good
prices. Medium and low grade is plenty
and dull. Tbe supply of Eggs is fair,
and the demand Is good. Ten cents is
the rolling price." Poultry of all kinds Is
scare. The 'demand for chickens, es
pecially choice old hens, Is good. They
will bring $3 to $3 25 per " do7.en.
Mixed chickens are worth $J 50. Tur
keys are In fair demand at $0 to $10.
The supply of dressed meat is light.
The request is fair. There Is no change
In prices. There is a fair snnnlv ot
onions on the market. Choice yellow
are worm - outo .. uoo4 reJ arc
worth $4. Dried lrult is plenty and dull
The late rains have caused a slight rise
in the rivers and there is a lair boating
stage of water in both the Ohio and Mis
sissippi. Freight rates to New Orleans
are unchanged 30c per dry bbl. and 15c
SaTOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only 4or
sales from first bands in round lots. In
filling orders and lor broken lots it la
necessary to charge ant ' advance over
- . FLOUK.
Demand good, with slock tar below
the wants of the market. Prk?c3 are
llrm and steady. Sales reported were
300 bbls. various grades, $5 508 50 ;
200 bbls. various grades, $5 507 75 ;
200 bbls. Choice Family, $7 50 ; 100 bbls.
Fancy Family, $8 50 ; 250 bbls. various
grades on orders, $3 25(38 23 ; .150 bbls.
Choice Family, $7 75 ; 450 bbls. various
grades, SD'j ; 250 bbls various grades,
$5 50(57 75. v '
Stock large and demand moderate.
Low and medium grades In overstock.
Prices are steady at quotations. Sales
noted were 3 cars choice Timothy, $11
11 50; 2 cars Prime Timothy, $10 50 ; 3
cars Choice, Mixed, $10; 1 car Prime
Timothy, $11; 1 car Choice Timothy,
$12; 2 cars choice mixed, $10; 2 cars
Common Mixed, $9 ; 1 car Choice Tim
othy ou oruers, $13.
There is a fair demand for oats, while
the supply is limited. Prices are firm.
Sales reported were 2 cars Northern, in
bulk, 35&3CC ; 2 cars old black mixed, in
bulk. 45c , I car black seed oats, in sacks,
50c; 1 car Northern, in bulk, 3Gc; 2 cars
Northern, lu bulk, 351&3CC.
The suply ot corn is limited. The
demand is fair. Prices are steady at
quotation, as follows : 4 cars white, in
bulk, 30010c; 3 cars mixed, lu bulk.
33c ; GOO sacks mixed, 45c ; 1 car white,
iu bulk, 40c ; 2 cars mixed. In bulk, 3Sc,
The supply of city meal is about
equal to the demand, aud prices are
steady at quotations. Country green. Is
in large supply and offering at $2J 10.
Sales reported were as follows : 7 00
bbls. City, $2 253 30 ; 00 bbls. gieeu
country, $22 10 ; 500 bbls. City, $2 30
Supply light ; demand lair. Sales were
2 00 sacks, corn $12 ; 50 sacks wheat,
$13; 100 -tacks wheat $15; 20O sacks
The supply ot potatoes U light, aud de
mand good. Early Roto are worth
$3 50. Others are selling at quotations.
Sale reported were 25 bbl. Peachblow
aud Ruisets, $2 90(3; 13 bbls. mixed,
There U a fair supply on hand, with
a fairly ac tive demand. Sale reported
were 150 bbls. choice Ben Paris, $2 83 ;
23 bbl. Northern Spies, $3; 3'J bbls.
Jenuetta, $2 ; 20 bbls. Komanltes, $3 23.
There 1 no choice butter on the mar
ket and the tlrinaiid Is good. Medium
and low grade is plenty and dull. Sale
reported were 3 firkin Indiana roll. lVc;
400 lb. Southern Illinois roll, latise ;
500 lb. Central lUiuol roll In cloths,
20:120 ; 300 lb. Central Illinois, in fir
kins, 2022o 300 Iba. Central Illinois
packed, 3224o.. ; ! ;
EGGS. I -
. . . .
Fair supply, with a goou uwmaau.
gales reported were 1,150 dozen; )0o ; BSD
dozen. 10o ; S50 doaan, lOe ; 700. docrj,
10c ; 4 boxes, shippers, count, c,
' '' i ' ? TiPDUTiRV. I
routtry la. acarce and in demand
There Is Vf?ry little ol any kind on tho
market. Choice old hens are w orth $3
to $3 23, and mixed chickens, $2 50.
Turkeys are w orth $9 to $10. Sales
were 2 coops old hens, rhoiee, $3 25 ; 1
coop old hens, $3 ; 3 coops mixed chick
ens, 1 GO,"; 1 roop " turkeys, $! 50 ; 2
coops, $10. . ;: '
' i . DRESSED M EAT, , .
The supply Is light aud. demand fair.
The weather, fiowever, is not. favorable,
and It is inadvisable to ship large quan
tities. Sales reported were 12 hogs, In
lots, i" J to Co ; 4 hogs, heavy weight, Ce ;
3 light weight, CJe 4 quarters beef, 4c
to 4Jc. Mutton is worth Cc.
There Is a fair supply on the market.
Tho demand is lair. Sales noted wen; 3
bbls. choice yellow, $1 50; 10 bbls.
Northern yellow, $4 50(?3.
Dried fruit 1, plenty and dull. There
is no inquiry for It. Sales reported were
2,000 lbs. dried apples, 44Je; 500 lbs.
dried peaches, Do ; 300 lb, dried apples,
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Sales of hides were 1 ,400 lbs. greenjsalt,
oc ; Jia lbs. green salt. Cc ; WW lbs. dry
nmt, 14 ; C50 lbs. tallow, 6Je; 400 lbs.
Good to prime white beans Urc worth
$150 to $2. Poor and stained $lfji)
W e quote Paradise am 1 Mt. Pnrtinn nr.
track, lump, $3; nut, $J, .lelivered eat,
load ier ton, lump, $: W); nut, $2 73.
delivered per single ton, lump. $1; nu(
$3 2.; Raum or Harrishurg coil or
track per load, lump, $27 ; nut, $1U ; de.
Ilvered per ton, $3 5o; Pittsburg per en i
loans on track, m per ton.
Furs Beaver No. 1 $ 50; 0. a
$0: No. 2 $4 : No. it Si: No. J tl mi
Mink No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c; No. 3 TiOc;
No. 4 10c. iraeeoon No. 1 70c : No. 1
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No.
IK:ic .. aeoc; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c
Fox- ray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
BO- .red lox-No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c,
Onosum No. 1 10c ; No. 2 o ; No. 3.
)c Muskrat No. 120c; No. a 15c; No
i 10c. Bear No. 1 $10; No. 2 $7 No. 5
$3; No4$l. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2.50 ; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75c; .
rrane ou n. i i 2.j rso. aisle.
Wild Cat 25c. House Cat 10c. Badger
Wab DsrAMTracr, Ritbm Repot,
March l'J, '.B77.
STATION. LOW WATBB.
FT. I. T. IS.
Cairo . M 0 i a
I'llUburir II 9 i
Cincinnati......... 30 7 AS 2
Louisville m. .. 0 0 0 0
Noahviiie ..... 10 lo X s
St. Ixaia..T. ...,.... .. , a S
KvanaTUla . '
Memphis 10 II X 11
Vickuburjr ... II 10 o o
.Sewr Orleans 1.' 4 u o
Below MuU Water of ls74.
StiUcant. Sixnal Service. 1 . S. A.
Steamer Jamos Flak. Pducal,.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansville.
" Cons. Millar, Cincinnati.
" Bcllo Memphis, Memphis. .
" John B. Maude, St. Louis.
" John F. Tollo, St. Louis. '
Tow-boat John Means, bgs. Evansville.
" -.Etna and barges, St. Louis.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Ark. Belle, Evansville.
" Cons. Millar, Memphis,
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
" John B. Maude, Vicksburg.
Eddy ville, Nashville.
V Jno Tone) xew Orleans.
Tow-boat Etna, Ironlou.
Business on the wharf is fair. The
Ohio river rose two feet, six Inches iu
the 21 hours ending at six o'clock last
evening. The John Means and John
F. Tolie, both made additions here. The
latter got away during the night, and
the Means will leave some time to-day.
.........Tho Fisk bad a lair
trip, and left ou time
The last congress adjourned without
making any appropriation tor river and
harbor improvement service, but the pre
vious congress having appropriated
$5,000,000, of which Genual Grant per
mitted only $2,JO,000 to be expended,
it Is believed the river Improvement in
terest will not sin tier during the ensuing
year The City of Chester, ot the
Anchor Line, is due here to-day for
Memphis and way points. Cnpt. Jas.
A. Yore commands.
lilUW Ul'IOSIST'S JOURNAL jrive clioic-
JJi Ml ataaaanl ami uew irm nr prolnioo
al and amalwu readu-a and (iikt m, x bixil
dilution, and inteiwalinn article on appropri
ate aulijecta. Juat the thin- wauled, ltrtte
ie, lu eu(. of any uewadealer or Xiy null.
Jfc-SSK llANa-l A CO., IIS M-.jau.lt. N. I .
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Ml any day ia Putt and Calls. Iavest according
to yourmeaas. 10. 'A or 100. In STUCK PKIV
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aeestor. We advita when and how to Ol't' llA I K
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Aildtawoxuen ty mail aad Utrgiapn lo
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lii Ohio XaTee.
Evintvllle, Cilro and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetewn, Evana
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant slda-wheel ateatner
ARKANSAS BELLE," I
V ALTER P. lirii!ioroil-. Uatar
HARLmH 1" BHwmoTOK. , Clerk
H IJ1 li-BTe Cairo every WK D.VISD'A T at S
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Tbe fleet iteaiuer
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Tiivea Cairo every SATCSDAY.
Kach boat makea eloaa ennneetlnna at ClIm
with ttntr-claaa ateamera for bt. Iuii, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Kvanaville with
i" a., s h. at. lor all po Mia North and Eaet.
and with the IuiavUla Mail Steamers fou all
poinU on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipts on freight and aaaatngats to all point
for nrther Information apply to
bOL,. SILVER, Vaasenger Agent.
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Or to Q.J. 6KAHMKB,
Snpt-rinu-ndent and General Freight Agent.
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