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;.uro business houses.
Rata... ABybaslneesfirra ran have threellaee
pare, la thin coin ma udoi pproprtBt beading
liberate of Sl.so per mouther HI per ym
sf M4wr. M Tift Wat.
A. HAIXETbenler In Sto ves Tin and Hard
war. Uarrlen and f'armera' Imp
men' Implements, Wire
, Pampe end ladders.
Uutterlag, a n't Job
Work done short Belie.
4. S. M1AHET Ilealerle hard ami toft Inn
tier, Soaring, ceiling, aiding and nrfaoed
: tiiaibrr, latli ud ehbiglee. Office and yard
corner Twentieth street and Washington iTirn'
t.ANCAMTEU A lUCK-Dealera in eath.
door, blind, tie., bard aad soft Inmlier and
tnwgira. 1 ara snu omrv, ixnrmTriai avenue,
ttaeeaaware. . f
I. HARTMAN Deakf m gwvaswere, Toys,
tsmpt and all kiad of fancy artlcl. lomraer-
ru. avenue, comer "In street.
WILLIAM WINTER-Slxth street between
ouiuierctal avenue and W ashingtoa svenue.
Clatatafr ud Mrrtbaat Tftllarlaa;.
JOHN ANTKIMs-Merrbant Tailor and dealer
la lleady M1 Clothing. 71 Ohio Levee .
Kaal Catata Acaaclea.
M. J. HOWLKY Real Kstate Agent. Buys
and telle real HUM, eollecta rents, naya tun
lor non-residents, etc. Commercial avenue, be
I wet-n Kinth and Tenth streets .
I in ' J . I
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. B.
The Shortest and
St Louis & Chicago
The only Road Bunniag Two
Daily.Trslns from Cairo.
Train Leave Cairo
220 p.m. Fait Express, arriving lu St.
Louie :d0p.B.; Chicago, 1:), a.iu.
2 20 p.m. CWCOTNATI & LOUIS
VILLE FAST LINK
Arriwnglu Cincinnati 8:30, a. tu.; Louis
ville, f.-l a.m.: Indianapohs, 4:1.1 a.m.;
Passengers by thia train arrive at above
OF AMY OTHER ROUTE.
HUM) p. m. f ait Mill with sleepers attach
ed, for ST. LOI'IS and CHICAGO,
arriving tn St. Louis at :30 a.m. Chi
cago at i.M p.iu. Connecting at Odin
or Effingham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
Passengers by ttiia line go through to
the East without any delay cautwd by
The SATURDAY AFTERNOON TKAIX
KKOM CAlltO AUHIVKS J Ml W
VOHK IOMAY .MORXlNt.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTIIKlt KOl'TK.
Advertisement of coutpetine! liuea tliat
they mike better time than thla one, are
are iniued either through ignorance or a
Uenire to mislead the public,
f or through ticket and information,
apply at Illinois Ontral R. ft. Depot, C airo.
Ocn'l Southern Agt.
.1. II. .(ones, Ticket Agt.
Flrat.Claaa Laantf ry.
It U now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
iLe laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial aye
sues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishment lu the city, and land
.orda of hotels and boarding houses w ill
dud it to their advantage to rail upon
To all who are suflering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
tous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
tire you, free of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
hi South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
Inman, Station D. Bible House, New
York Cltv. 1-30-fiui.
If olio way 'a Fllla and Ointment.
Scrofula was considered incurable until
he great discovery of "Hollows?' Pills
and O inent" flashed upon the world.
Diseases which baffled the skill of tho
medical school, readily yield to these peer
less remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rbcum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Twenty-live cents
per box or pot.
Ready for Bueiue-aa Aaratiu.
Editor Bulletin : I take pleasure lu
nulling the attention of the public to tho
taet that I have rebuilt and re-estab
lished the Union Bakery on the site of
the building lately lost by tire on Com
mercial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixth streets, where I will be pleased to
welcome ull my old patrons as well as all
who desire a goal article of bread, cakes,
l onfectlons, etc Frank Kratky.
Jetl Brown has taken rhargw ot the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, . lately kept by Panli-1
Lamport. Jell is a good barber, aud so
licits a share of patronage, tiive hi at a
call and satlsly youraell. tt
lUaaS'a MaGNOLIA BaLM preserve
iud restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, Un ami sallowness ; makes the
sklu sott, white and delicate. lu appll
t at Ion eannot be detected.
Lyom' Kathaikon makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant Hair; prevents Its fall-
nt iirnlnir irrav. It bU Stood
the test of 40 yeaw. 1 s.i harm uigly per
Jfi fifl HOURS
fumed and hr? rival.
AS C ALO HLO DO I , KO. II."
Knla-bta of Pythtas, saaato avety Frl
day alabl at baU-iaa arrea. tm Odd-
reuowa uau. - mw.
AI.RXA1IPBB IXDaB, NO. M.
ladepeaxtart Order of Oda-raU
mi kff-naa aeraa. in tfeair ball oa
3omawmal avenue, between Sixth ana forrath
'rrrti WILL a.. iiabimh, M. u
'"1AIRO fcNCAMPKENT, I. O. O. F., Brnte
Kjta odd-reUowa' 1UU oa the arataad Uiltd
I nrwiay in every inonUi, at aalr-fiaat aevea
A. CoMinoa. C P
a :MKi I.OIH1K. NO.ER.A.r. A. M
-JX liold regular eomrounkatkona la Ma
JVyTaonln Hall, aoriMT Commercial avenua
' 'and Eighth atnwt, oa Uie aeoond and
Totilth Mondav oreacn niontn.
RATEft F ADTEBTMIIIM.
trAU bill for advertiaiag, arc due and pay
able IX ADVAXCB
Traniient advertUing Will bsloaerted at the
rata of 11 00 per aqoare for the first insertion
and 50 ceaU for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made oa standing and displ
For Inserting Funeral notice $1 00 Notice of
lueeUng of societies or secret orders SO cents far
Chareh, Society, FesUval and Sapper notices
will only be inset yl as advertisements
No advertiaetneBA will be received at leas thaa
60 cants, and no advertisement will be insnted
for leas than three dollars per month
LOCAL Btnt1Vt4SSI HOTICE
Of one square (8 lines space) or more. In
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (Lcm
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion -er square - $ 60
Two insertions per square- 7a
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square.. - 2 60
One month per square- 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
FB1DAY, MAttCII 23, 1677.
Xa annaaineeaaraiS will b laarrlael
la ska Hnllellat maleao. sbe moarjr
aaansMtaleo Saa . Tola role, .la
tanparatiTC. RATtUS Anaoanea
rorata tar elty OHIrea, fS ; Alderman,
Far C ity Oerlt.
Wm are authorifad to announce Jamee W.
klewart a a candidate for re-election to the of
fice of City tier at the approaching charter
Editor Cairo Bulletin:
nM lav to the voter ol Cairo that. T lei. line
to the aolicitaUooa of many frienda, lama
candidate for the office Ol city clerk, at the ea
rning election. I need not aaeure thoee wbo
know metliat I will, if elected, devote my beat
efforts to a faithful and aatiatBctorv diachargeof
the duties of the posiUoa. Toura Truly
For City Treaearer.
We are a u then zed to announce F. M. Stock;
flHh at a candidate for re-eiection to the oOtcc
of ;ity Treasurer at the auproacbiog eleclioa.
Far Failra Masjiatraie.
We are authorized to aanouaca Thomas Lewis
a araudirlate st the entuing cliarUr elecUon
for foiice kfagtatrate.
Wears authorized to announce John J. Bird
si a undllate for re-election at the eo ruing
charier eler.tioa to the eflice of I'olice kLagUf
EoiToa Bt i.LBnx: Plea aanaunea 'my
name as a candidate for the oflic of - folic
Mfiatrale,at the next muaiciiml election.
aetal WMiksr Baaetrv
Caiam). Ili... March ?i lrf77.
timb. Bab I Tub. Wmo. Yl. Wbtm"
Tarn! SV)U 1 SK S clear
11:11' . I M 8 IS do
it p.m. r.f li 1 H do
S:ts" .no a 17 do
Serxeant. SUfnal aervloe. tT. 8. A.
Mrs. F. Well la selling her household
furniture at private sale. .TS Tenth street.
We w ill pay no bills for oodd or mer
L'handise purchased for the Bcllettn
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase la made on a writteu order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo BcllktixCo.
t'iae Reaitleaeo for Kale or Beat.
The very desirable property kuown as
the "Aubrey property," corner ol Hol
brook avenue and Twenty-aecond street.
For sale or rent on easy terms. Apply
to 3-C-tl. B. F. Blakk.
Winter & Stewart having jnst received
notice ot a consignment of misfit carpets
from New York, aud upon their arrival
will be pleased to exhibit the same to all
callers, aud tolicite the patronage ol all
In want ot such articles, guaranteeing
good qualities and extrtemly low prices
Dr. W.CJocelyn.a graduate of the Mis
souri Dental college, desires respectfully
to Inform the public that he Is prepared
to do everything pertaining to his pro
fession. To treat diseases of the mouth ;
to Insert cavity fillings In the most
thorough manner; to make artificial
teeth iu the most workmanlike style;
to correct irregularities; and to extract
teeth absolutely without pain, using tho
nitrous oxide gas, which Is pleasant and
harmless. Prices are low. Office en
Eighth street between Washington and
Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illinois.
The Trade Wlatda
Are produced by the diurnal revo
lutlon of the earth, extending from 20
deg. north to 20 ueg. south or the
equator; and sailors hall with joy
their advent Into them, after being tempest-tossed
and worn, as productive of a
season of rest. For weeks they some
time do not touch a sail, bounding home
ward through fields of sea weed alive
with minute shell-fish, and observe the
play of the grampus, porpoise, bonlta,
and tho terrified flight of 'the flying fish
from the latter. Hew much more de
lightful then must It be to guide the
bark of poor humanity into the trade
winds of health out ot the head seas of
disease and suffering, ana make life's fu
ture a pleasant voysje ! Yes, such can
be effected by uung the Borne Stomach
Charlie FeuchterU oa a visit to the
Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Hr. John Hacker and bride arrived in
the city on Wednesday afternoon.
Col. Wood, after a weeks abeeoce'from
the city, returned yesterday,
a) SBBasaaaaMaa -
City Treasurer Stookfletu is able to be
about again, though he Is very feeble.
: Rev, Mr. Dillon Lee will conduct ser
vices at the Episcopal church this even
ing at 7) o'clock.
The best and cheapest lu the werld.
Dr. Bull's Cough Byrup only costs you
25 cents, and if it doea not cure your
cough you can get your money back.
S. P. Wheeler, Esq,, and M. F. Gilbert,
Esq., who were at Jonesboro attending
the Union county circuit court, returned
Mrs. Chas. M. How e is making the
round trip te New Orleans and return on
the'steamer Grand Republic, the guest
ot Mrs. Thorwegan.
There will be an adjourned meeting of
the Woman's Club and Library assoeia
tion at their rooms this, Friday, after
noon at I bree o'clock.
Itemernber the nablic examination rf
the schools will becln on Mondav nr-vt
and continue through the week. The
public are cordially Invited to attend
Wanted A good blacksmith one
who understands ireuiwr wagons and
buggies ; alse one good plowmakor.
Good wages paid. Apply to
3t Major ATessier, Cairo, ills,
Some German families, who had been
living in Texas, some . time since re
turned home again to live. Now a large
quantity of B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap has
to be sent regularly to meet the needs of
themselres and friends. .
Cards of membership for the Cairo
Public Library, at $2.00 per year, may be
purchased from the Treasurer, Mrs. E.
C. Ford, Commercial Avenue, near 1
Eighth, or from the Librarian, Mrs. C. C.
Gosa, on Saturday afternoon, in the
library room. 3-22-3t.
Mr. Deane assumed the proprietorship
of the Arlington House at noon on
Wednesday. The Arlington, properly
managed, can be made one of the best
hotels In Southern llllnoii, and we be
lieve Mr. Deane the proper man to make
it popular with the traveling public.
Chas. M. McComman, Metropolis; W.
A. BAndolph, St. Louis; E. V. Thomas,
Memphis; C. F. Smith, Chicago; M.
Wood, Wisconsin; R. S. Yocum, Pal ask
Co., Illinois; S. S. Jones, Charleston; P
Steele, Helena, Arkansas, were among
the guests registered at the Arlington
"Doe Stevens," the old horse farrier
has gone to that bourne from when ceno
good horse farrier ever returns. The
old man was an honest, faithful and
kind-hearted man ; and, though his call
ing was not a lucrative one and he was
very jkwi. uc nouid give the last nickel
he possessed to one in distress. There
are millions of arorse men in the world
than "Old Doc Stevens" was.
Geo. Cairues, Cincinnati ; J. K. Vau
nater, Boston ; Thos. Wood, Metropolis ;
C. Burger, D. K. Mason, Ed. P. Noble,
Paducab ; J. D. C. Stevenson, New Or
leans; M. J. Hughes, Olmstead, Ills.;
Jesse Hannah, Kochester, New York ;
P. F. Dietz and C. Peterson, St. Louis,
were among the guests at Herbert's yes
terday. . ,
Fannie Walker and Elsie Tankersley,
colored girls, bad a fight on Commercial
avenue near Fifth street yesterday morn
ing. Chief Gossman caught them at it,
and took them before Squire Comings,
who fined them five dollars and costs
each on a charge ot disorderly conduct.
They gave security, and were discharged.
Prominent among the arrivals at the
St. Charlesesterdayjwere II. Chance, St.
Louis; S. Field, Dexter Mo ; W. Spooner,
Centralla; John U.Connift.New Orleans;
G. W. Jones. Vicksburg; T. Whitney,
Chicago; R. E. Sanders, St. Louis; S.
Blgler, .St. Louis; Mist Maggie McGrew,
Paducab; Wm. Grenny, Jackson, Tenn.;
J. M. Davis, Chicago; J as. A. Vial, liar
Honesty In commercial labels is one of
the most important safeguards to seller
and buyer. When one rads the brand
B. T. Babbitt's Toilet Soap, he may
know that it is the best soap lor the
nursery. Therefore it is safe to reason
nothing can equal it for bath and toilet.
It is net artificially scented, yet as sweet
aud pleasant as it pure and effective.
Among the guests at the Planters'
House yesterday were J. W. Walker, St
Louis ;L. A. Stanley, Columbus, Ky.;
John U. Hogan, Walpole, Ills.; W. C.
Gore, Goresyille, Ills.; It. S. Neville and
child, Clinton, Ky.; W. C. Wbitmore.
Chicago ; II. Manlng, Rochester, New
York ; D. Casey, Charleston ; H. W.
Gadding, Chicago ; Geo. Stewart, J. E.
Jewett, G. M. Cruzen, St. Louis. . ;
R. W. Lowery, atone time a practicing
attorney in a neighboring village, was ar
rested in this city on Wednesday night
on a charge of druukenness, and was be
fore J udge Bird yesterday tor a hearing.
He was fined one dollar and costs, which
bccould not pay and was locked up.'Only
a few years ago Lowery was considered
one of the most promising young law
yers ot the state In which he lived, bnt
now, as the boys of the street say, be Is a
"total wreck.". Whisky done it.
I always have been and still am sole
proprietor atid manufacturer of Or.' Wm
Wood's Fever PUli. Anyone selling i
Wood's Fever Pill not made by roe, will
bo prosecuted to the lull extent of the
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, FA llely P. (1. ,St huh'a
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold lnSOct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price,
d&w-tf. Dr. Wm. Wood.
Editor BcLL-cm: IW Sirt Our
city election will soon take place, and
the people aeent to take no interest lu
the matter. Can not something be done
te bring out some good responsible man
to Van against "Proclatnstlon Jack?"
The Radicals say they are anxious for a
party light, and I think it will just be the
thing, lor both parties would select their
best men to fill the various offices, and
that would leave "Jack" out in the cold,
Cairo, March 22. 1877.
The time ot selling tobacco at the Far
mers' and Planters' warehottes has
been changed and hereafter will take
place on Thursday instead ol Friday &i
heretofore. This change took effect yes
terday, and sales were had at both
houses. The tobacco market is active
and all offerings are readily taken at
good prices. The attendance of buyers
at tlie sales yesterday was larger than
at any former sale, and the bidding was
characterized by more activity than at
any time since the opening of the season.
The tobacco offered was lu the main of a
better grade than at any previous sale.
At tho Farmers' warehouse, Messrs. Thls-
Uewood Jl Uinklc, proprietors, 24
hhds. were offered. 4 hhds. lugs
as follows, $3 95; 3 40; 3 95; 3 70. 20
hhds. low to good medium leaf at $5 40;
6 95; 8 10; 6 00; 5 80; 9 25; 6 50; 8 70;
7 20; 8 00; 7 00; 5 75; 8 20; 7 05; 8 05;
8 80; 7 00; 5 00; 7 75; 9 00. At the Plan
ters' warehouse, Messrs. jStraughn, Tin
kle & Bird, proprietors, 35 hhds. were
offered and sold as follows : 9 hhds.
lugs, 4 30; 4 30; 3 00; 4 00; 4 95; 3 90;
3 00; 4 70; 4 30. 20 hhds. low to good
medium leaf, at $5 70; 6 85; 9 15; 7 60;
7 00; 8 00; 7 40; 6 25; 7 30; 7 55; 7 05;
7 30; 5 00; 7 90; 7 50; 5 95; 9 5C; 9 50;
7 23; 7 95; 5 00; 5 70; 8 00; 5 75; 6 05;
Kara drag-em en t far fae Feekla.
Debility, whether It be Inherent, or
caused by overtaxed strength, or pro
tracted illness, has a most depressing in
fluence upon the mind, breeding an ab
ject melancholy nearly akin to despair,
and enforcing the abandonment of cher
ished proiects and high hopes. Happily,
the enfeebled system, even in extreme
cases, Is suseeptible of invig-
o ration. It is proved by in
controvertible evidenco that Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters Is an unfailing
strengthener of the weak, and that in
addition to vitalizing the physical or
ganization, it establishes regularity
among those organs upon whose efficient
discharge of the duties imposed on them
by nature, coutlnued vigor and health
depend. Thousands of instances might
be cited to show the regenerating influ
ence of this health-giving agent In cases
ot debility, liver disease, dyspepsia,
nervous ailments, constipation, inter
mittent lever, urinary and uterine
troubles gout and rheumatixra, aud
Positively the Beat.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Uorehound Is the very best com
pound ever prepared, advertised or sold
by any person, or under any name what
ever, for the immediate relief and perma
nent.cure of coughs, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough, bronchitis, asthma, and all
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 nontains not a par
tide of opium or other dangerous drug.
It never falls. Every bottle guaranteed
to perform exactly as represented. Bar
clay Bros., Agents,
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Price, 25 cents. Try It.
Caiuo, Illinois, ThtirsDAY fcviiN;,
March W, 17. S
The weather continues warm and
pleasant, and indicates rain. Business
has been lair since the date ol our last
report, and there Is no material etiange
In the general condition of the market.
Dealers in flour are iu a quandary.
There is very little wheat iu the hands ot
farmers in this part ot the state, and as
a consequence fully two-thirds of the
mills from which , this market secures
supplies have been compelled to shut
down, and some ot them will not
start up again until the new crop of
wheat begins to come In. The stock ot
flour on the market are light, and even
this early, merchants begin to experience
difficulty in securiug supplies sufficient
to answer the wants ot their customers.
The principal demand is lor medium
grades, ot which the stock is the light
est. Choice and low grades are in better
supply, though not abundant. ' Prices
are firm at quotations.
Receipts of Hay since last report have
beeu liberal, and there is now a good
supply ou the market. Tbo demand is
light, and prices unsteady, Tho demand
lor oats is light, aud prioei seem a trifle
weaker. , The supply is not large
though perhaps equal to the demand.
Receipts of corn are light, while the de
mand for white lor milling purpose is
good. Yellow and mixed Is in fair sup
ply while the demand is only fairly
active. The ruling price for white
Is 40tlc, and for yellow and
mixed 3d39. There U an active de
mand for city Meal, while the supply is
very light. Pi toes are unchanged." Ow
ing to the fact that so many tnlll have
shut down, bran Is becoming scarce, and
an advance ol $3 on Uie too baa taken
place. There is very little on, the. mar
ket, while the demand Is active. There
Is a good supplv ol potatoes on the mar
ket, and prices are s trifle weaker' ;, The
supply of choice apples Unfair, though
not large. rmmonSff-slenty and dull.
Receipts of chickens since last report
hare been large, and the supply on band
is large. . Demand, moderate. Prices are
unchanged. Choice butter Is scarce and
wanted. Common and low grade Is
plenty and dull. ' Eggs are la fair sup
ply, and prices a little weaker. All
other articles remain about as last
quoted. - ' !'?
Freight rates by river are unchanged.
;i THE MARKET. ; , . i
gaiy-Our friends should bear in ramd
that the prices here given are only lor
sales from first hands in round lots, in
filling orders and lor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
these flgiires."i . . ( 4 l
The supply of medium grades is light
and in active demand. Low and Choice
arc In fair supply, and good demand.
Prices are firm. Sales were 250 bbls. va
rious grades, $7 50S; loo bbsl. various
grades, $5 50S; 100 bbls. varioui
gradea, $3 507 CO; 400 bbls. various
grades, on orders, $3 608 50; 500
bbls. various grades, $0 0009 00.
The stock on hand Is not large
though fully equal to the wants of the
market. Tho demand is light and prices
weak. Sales reported were as follows : 1
car Choice Mixed, $10; 1 ear Choice
Timothy, $12 ; 1 car Prime Timothy,
$10; 1 car Choice Mixed, $10; 1 car
Common Mixed, $9 ; 1 car Choice Tim.
There is only a light demaud for Oats,
while the supply In good. Prices are
steady at quotations. Sales reported
were 12 cars Galena, sacked, 40(3)41 c ; X
car Southern Illinois, in bulk 38c ; 1 car
White in sacks, 42c ; 3 cars Southern
Illinois, In bulk, 33c ; 1 car Southern Illi
nois, in bulk, 33 Jc; 2 cars Northern Ja
bulk, 36c i
Good white corn lor milling purposes
U in good demand and scarce. Yellow
and mixed is iu good supply, and de
mand moderate. Sales were 3 cars
mixed In bulk, 38c ; 1 car mixed, tn bulk,
30c ; 2 cars white in bulk, 41c ; 2 cars
white, in bulk, 41c; 200 sacks white,
4C47c ; 450 sacks mixed, 44&45c ; 5
cars white, in bulk, 40c ; 3 cars mixed, In
bulk, 39c. i
City meal is scarce and in demand.
Country green is in large supply and
dull. We note sales lot 250 bbls. city,
i 252 30; 50 bbls. green country,
2.iw; 200 bbla. city, $2 30 35.;
There Is very little on the market. .The
demand is active and an advance has
taken place. Sales reported were 200
sacks, $17 00; 50 sacks, $16 00; 100 sacks,
Potatoes are plenty, and the market
indicates a downward tendency, northern
early rose are selling at $3 35; and other
qualities range from $3 60 to $3. Sales
were 30 bbls. Peach blows, $2 753;
60 bushels do $1 10.
Good supply of choice on the market.
Demand limited. Low grades are In
Receipts of poultry during the last tew
days have been liberal, aud the supply
on the market is good. We note the
sales of 6 coops old hens, $3 253 50 ; 1
coop old hens, $3 25; 5 coop, mixed
chickens, $2 753. '
Choice butter Is scarce, and very little
coming in. The demand lor strictly
choice tor table purposes Is urgent Com
mon and medium grades are plenty and
dull. Sales were 300 lbs. Southern Mi
nos, 1822c; 200 lbs. Northern GUt
Edge, 25c; 400 lbs. Ceutral Illinois, 20-
Fair supply and limited demand. Sales
were 500 do. In patent cases, 10 c; 4C0
dozen. 10c ; 210 doz., 10c ; 900 dez., 10c. ,
DRESSED MEATS. " i
The weather Is most to warm for hand
ling dressed meats. The receipts during
the last few days have been light. The
demand is limited. There is no change
There is an abundance of dried fruit ol
all kinds on the market. The demand Is
weak. Dried apples are held at 4 to 4 c.
and peaches at 8 to 9. - ,
Onions are In lair supply aud limited
demand. Choice yellow are selling at
$1 60 to 4 75, aud good red at $4 to
White beans are plenty and dull. We
note sales of 2 bbla. white beans, $2 75.
HIDES AND TALLOTl . ,
. Receipts of hides have . been liberal.
Sales reported were 00 lbs. dry flint
14c; 200 lbs. do, 14 jo; 780 lbr, Grceu
salt, 5Jc ; sales of tallow were 370 lbs. 0c,
Sales suit were 180 bbls. $1 401 (ilk.
VYe quota Paradhtu and Mt. Carbon ofa
track, lump, $3 ; nut, $i, uelivered cai,
load per ton, lump, $3 60 ; nut, $2 75.
delivered per single ton, lump, $4; nut
$3 25 ; Rauni or Hurrinburg coal ou
track per load, lump, $27 ; nut, $10 ; de
livered per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg per car,
loads on track, $5 50 per ton. , ,
FURS, i - :
Fciu-Beaver No. 1 $3 50; No. 2
$0 ; No. 2 $4 ; No. 3 $J ; No. 4 $1.00.
Miuk-No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c; No. 3 We;
No. 410c. Raccoon Nu. 1 70c; No.
40o ; No. 3 aOo ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No,
ff TkJ aiifU. VA 'JA.se XT a A IKit
Fox- ray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 76c ; No. $
wv .rea fox mo. i x-i; ao. ' lac,
Oposum No. 1 lOo : No. 9 8e : No. 3,
SSo. Muskrat-No. 120o : No. I 15c ; No
3 10c. BearNo. I $10; No. $7 No. 6
3; No ii. wolf Mountain wo. i
$2.60 ( No. 2 $1 T3 ; No 3 SI t No, 4 75c;
Prarle Wol No. i 11 25 : No. 9 60c.
Wild Cat 25c House Ca 10c, Badger.
MAaiHonnl WoatAKHOpf Mrtiua.vugl
i..iriiiinta ta AlarriaM i the cause
and cure. Kent ettrely HaUd, post
.aid for eo cents, by Da. v. wiirrnst,
ii St. Charles Street. St. Louis. Mo.,
the great specialist; Read his works.
- . RIVER HEWS. v..fv. t
Wa "sABTMBaT, Hivaa ftaror,
March W, lsT7.
f. nt. ft. w.
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Naaavule . ..,
St. Lotita. ..........
Kvaae Title ..
Sera-east, Shrnal service, U S. A .
Steamer James Flsk, Paducab.
Robt. Mitchell. Cincinnati. '
J. B. Maude, Vicksburg.
" John Gilmore. tow, St. Louis.
" A. J. Baker, Tenn. Rivet.
" City ol Helena, St. Louis.
" Ironsides, bgs. Pittsburg.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducab.
44 Robt. Mitchell, New Orleans.
" , J. B. Maude, New Orleans.
" Grand Republic, New Orleans.
" Little Esgle, St. Louis.
" Gray Hound, Ohio river.
" City ol Helena, Vicksburg.
The weather was clear and pleasant
yesterday, and business on the fanding
was active. The Ohio river Is declining
at this point, the fall yesterday being
one uieli. There u a prospect of a con
siderable rise in the Mississippi, as that
stream Is reported rising from Keokuk
tO St. LiOUlS.
The Grand Republic got away
from this port at about two
o'clock yesterday morniug. She
had a irood trip, and had cnnsretneMta to
take considerable corn at points below.
Tho John B. Maude from Vicks
burg to St. Louis, arrived
at 2 o'clock yesterday morniug, but dkl
not tarry long here. The City of
Heleua for Vicksburir came out
with a big trip, and after
adding considerable here, got
away about noon yesterday
'I he; Fisk came out on time, and
as usual, . hod a . fair trip.
She left on her return at
(o'clock The boilers ot the Junius
S. Morgan, which were burned out again
a day or two since, have been repaired.
AlrD . . , . :
Ho SO Ohio Levee.
PAIaTT AMD OILS).
S. F. Slalso
Paints, Oils. Varnishes.
Wall Paper, Window Glass,' Win
aow ousvuee, sbo.
AlweTt on band, tba ctlehrsteil illiuttinkUBg
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing-
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE :
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is the Grand Old
Which has stood the test of 4C
There Is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cmre.no
Ache, no Fain, that Afflicts the Hu
man bodyor the body of a Hone
or other Domestio animaL tfknt
does not yield to its magio touch.
A. bottle costing 25o., AOo. oVl
has often saved the life of Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
Kujish Brussels, Three riy and lugr4ia
abo, atsir Carpet,Velvtit Rugs, Cm tub
. . Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
, t IL Uld Place
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lia FULTOJi ET., YORK
CarpeU earatul ty wtcksd aid seat to an
part of the V ailsd fjtatos tree ef eharg.
ETSEHD rOR JlICs) UT
1 . ' ' ' ' 9 BSSIDALZi
Mavssar'a BaJa. ,
6late af Illinois, Alexander Conntr a
la the AUiaa4ar County Chcuit Court. Ileary
Uhlleaens) vs. Klla Jsahl, Andrew Jteia, alary
(Mubba, ei ale.
ltlll to foreclose mortgage. 1
fablle aotwa ia hereby given, that ia uersu
anoaof dacapBerendareala thea'Mive eaiiihu
cause, ia said court. at the January term, A.U.
1877, I, JohaQ. Haxavu, w-aster ia ciiantery
of Mkldoouttly. will ou Krltlay Uie 1Mb day of
March. A. .!. laTT. at the hour of eleven
(11) o'clock a. m. of said day, seU al public.
in Tba suirtb-eaat Quarter of the aortb eaat
quarter of seetloa auaabar thirty-two (V) iaV
lowushiu aumbersisteaa (10) south range two
ui west of tae ihua artawUiel a1a tba
aoany a Ahrade Sad tsam af. sola to-
geUser WM ius aupajtenaaese ana ftnvuesja)
Earnle hel-ngU. fMBUd. ! Z
rs-At . - . . i. f Ka-e-f sa ibaacaryi
veaaue eo ine niaraess oiuuar iur
at aaefru at aVaarel tbe court hawse ia taa oity
af Cakre. auavy a AleJuuuler sad aside of III
r,ilhaJlowiI deacribsd real eateU. ta
Cairo, iue.;rorBarr ii. ii7. ;
FOBTV tBASM aaraMSS TM POSUfV .
Celebrated American . .
itr - ;t -of. - rinr
rpiIE countenance "is pale and
' L ' leadertolorexl, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cherks ; the eyw bexorne
dull ; thepupilsdilate ) an zuw semi
circle rims along the lower eyelid;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds; a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headache, w ith huni
ming or throbbing of the ears; an
unuwul secretion of saliva; slimy or
t furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly ia the morning-; appetite
variable, somet i mes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone fleeting pains
in the stomach ; occasional natisea
ami vomiting ; violent pains through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
at times cotive ; stools slimy; not
tinfrei'iently tinged with blood ;
telly swollen aud hard ; urine tur
bkl ; lespiiallon'oixasionallyUini
t ult, tiid accompanied by hiccough ;
foii'n .ioineliiiMisdry and convulsive;
uneasy aud distur'.ed sleep, with
;rii:Hni' ot' the teeth ; temper varia
Me, but generally iiritable, &c."
Whenevei Mio above symptoms . .
ar. foi.'id l exiit,
IR. C. M. iam; VERMIFUGE
Wiil c"t t;..inly t-tVect a cure,
ir ioEi ::oi cos tain kcrcvry
n any form ; it t- aii innocent prepa
l rtf ion , not eaaMe of doing the si'rfif.
est i'ljury ,ht must Hitt' infant.
Tlic "ennine Da. MrJ.Nr.'s Vr.rt-
MirC.;u bo-M the strictures of C.
MUane and ff.: :.;; L'.-.c.:. on tho
wrapper. ' " ; t - -
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( pyooaraJory t , .. r.ltcr taking Qui-
A j a s!itrIj purgative thoy are
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T!i- go-uititia are 'never sngar
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tl-e lid, with the impression Dk.
ilL.vN K'd I.ivtit Pills.
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... . i
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