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JAIRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Nat.-Any biiilaeae Arm ran have Jhte
pane, In this roliiran under appropriate heeding
aitherate of f.1 B rt moniker au -e yr
payable quarterly In advanc.
Hardware.. (! Tl Ware.
A. HAIXKY-realerin'tove,Tinanl Hard
ware, Gaiden and rentiers' Implement. Wire
..oil, Kefriirerstor, Pump nd Laditers.
ll" lafflnn:M Avenue, tiutteriotf, ami Jo
Work dune en short notice,
J. S.Mctl A IIEY-liealeTln hard and aott Inm
Ur, flooring, ceiling, aiding anil surfaced
it.mhrr, lain and ahingle. oflloe anil yard
i orner Twentieth street and Washington avenue
LANCASTER A KICE iMalm In aah,
door, blind, tie... bard and Bffl lumir and
thingles. , ard ana oihce, Commercial avenue,
orntr nth street.
U, HART MAN ladder in Queensware, Toys,
lamps anil all kinds of lancy articl-v. I ommei
M.I eveuite, corner Mb atm-t.
WILLI M WlNTMt Sixth etrcel lw-tween
L'ouiuurcial avenue mi' I Washington avenue.
t lothlng and Merchant Tailoring.
JOHN A VI Rl M Merchant Tailor ami dialer
la Ready Alad Cluthii.g. 18 Ohio lvee.
Heal fcatate Aaenrlea.
M. .1. IIOWLKY-Keal Kstate Agent. Huy
ami sell real ntilr, collect rem. ! to"
lot non-resident. etc. Cmnercil avenue, be
Iwn o Ninth ami Troth street .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. R.
The Shortest and
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
DailyTrains from Cairo,
Train Laav Cairo
2 20 p.'n. Fast Kxpre.s, arriving In fit.
Louis iu.; Chicago, " ', a.m.
2 20 P.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VLLLE PAST LINE
Arriving In Cincinnati U MH, 'a.m.; Loula
Mlle, b.a", a.m.; Indianapolis, 4:15 a.m.;
I'aawengers by thii train arrive at above
OF ANY OTHEK ROUTE.
DM p. ui. at Mail with sleeper attach
nl. for M'. l.ol'IS and CHICA'.O,
arrivin? In St. Loui at :V) i tu. tbi
cairo at 4'W p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Ktllngbara I ir Cincinnati, liilviile
PAST TIME EAST
r.triKr by thia Una go through to
the East without any dtlay rauwd by
'I be SATURDAY ArTKKNtiOS TRAIN
1 HO.M CAIRO ARRIVE IN NKW
VoIlK MONDAY MoRMNu
AT 10 V.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHKU ROUTE.
Advertisement of compelinf lioi-s Hut
tbev make better time than lb If one, are
urr'Unued either through ignorance or a
deaire to mislead the public,
ror through tl. Ltt and Information,
lijy at Illinois Central K. K. Depot, Cairo.
Oi n'l Southern Agt.
J. II. Junkm, Ti. ket Agf.
It in now toiiPeld that Mr. CVlruian,
;Le laiitiilrt', No. 12 Fourth Ktrt, bo
twen aliitiffton and Couimercial ayt
autc, has one of the t at conJiu teJ hum
dry enahlUhment'i in tin? -ity, and laud
.crdi of hotels and hoarding 1,0110 will
9ud it to their advantage to rail upon
To all who are ouilirin from the
irrors and indiscretions of youth, ner
oun weakness, early iloray, loss of man
hood, etc., 1 will send a rec ipe that will
lire yon, fn-e of tharire. Thi. great
remedy was dii-owm! by a mis-ionary
;n South Aiuerha. Send a ?elf-ad-Pressed
enveloj.H tolhelli-v. .lo ph T.
iiiiimn. Station I. Ititilo lioift', New
1 01U City. KiOXiii.
klollouay'a Filla mid Oluliiienl.
JmtoIuIh w8 t-GUHid. rcd liicurahle until
he great UiNc&vcry of "Uollowaj'a Fill
and O iiit iit" lliahed upon the world.
DUeaaea whiuh hatlled the ill of the
tnadical aehooli, readily yield totheac peer-
U-a rewediu. Scurvy, eryaipelaa, aalt
ihi'ura, itch, and all cutaneouit eruption
ure eurahle by thcio. Twenty-live cents
per box or pot.
KeHtly ror Uuaineaa Agnln.
I.mtok Bri i Ki in : 1 take pleasure in
t ailing the attention of the puhllc to the
lact that 1 have rebuilt and re-estab-
lishcd the I'niou Bakery on the xite of
the building lately lost by tire on Com
iiu-rclal avenue, between Fourth alid
Sixth streets, where 1 will bo pleased to
welcome all my old patrons as well as all
w ho deblre a good article of bread, cakes,
confections, etc. Fhank Kratky,
Jell Brown haa takeu charge ol the
barber shop on Kighth atreet.tiear Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Lauipei t. Jell U a ood barber, and so
licit, u ahaie of patronage, (iive hliu a
.-all aud satlsiy yoursoli. tt
IIagan' Magnolia Balm preserve
nd restores the complexion ; removed
freckles, tan aud sallowuess ; makes the
-klu solt, white and delicate. Its appll.
r atlon cannot be detected.
I.yon'b Kathairox makes beautiful,
Klossy, luxuriant hair; prevents iU iall
ng out or turuing gray. It baa stood
the test of 40 years, lscharmiogly per
(unied and baa no rival.
ASUAXON LODGE, MO. M.
Knlatila of Pyibla. ma rrrrf Tr
day Bight at half-liMl aavap, Odd-
OALRXANDKK UiDUE, MO. KM.
llHlru-ndeut Order of Odd-rel
Iowa, iwu ery Iburatlay niffhl
al half paat aerea, in Ibeir luUl b
Joinrni rcial ivrnw, lietwrrn mUi an HevMitk
'.ila w ill k. Hwai!. M. U.
"1AIHO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. r..lnerU
m tidd-rillowa' Hall on the Brat and Utird
1 iwa-lay in OiobUi, at half pant :
A Coiiiwic. C I
i7AIKOMMiK. MO 8S7.A.F. A A.M.
Hold rernlar romiuuBiiatmna is Ma
X3T aonio Hall, corner Comnwrclml avenue
hu,t Emhlh etr t, on tha ae.nd anil
'oinlh Monday of aai'b noonUi .
MAfKM Or ADVEaaMftlNU.
"f-All billa for adTartlaibf, r le and pay
able lit ADtaura .
Tranaient a4erliaing will b InaerteJ at tba
rate of II peraquara for tba flrat Inaertioa
au J M itut fur each lubaetjuent one A liberal
diacount will be luaila on aUu.liuK and dnj.l
For inaertiuj Funeral notice tl ou Notice of
mwUni of aocietie or eecret ordera So ranta fuf
Cburca, Sociaty, Featival and Hupper notice
will only be inaerted aa lvertiarfurnta
No advartiaernent will be rtreiyol at leaa tl.aa
SOcenU, and no alvrrtiwnirBt will be inwrted
fur leaa than three dollar per month
lor a i. nrfiM juithtj
Of one aciuare lines cp.v r) or inoir, in
sorted in the Hn.i-KTix a follow : (ls
than one auuare counted as a square.)
Oun insertion per square - $ W)
Two Insertions ier srjuare- 7j
Three Inrtions per square 1 )
Six lns'rtions ier square. 1 ""
Two weeks per square - 2 W
One month per sqnarev 3 .V)
Sjecial rates made on large advertise
ments or lor longer time,
Tt KSDAY, MAKCII 27, lb?;.
! aaaaanrrmrat will b Inaerlexl
In Mi Hulled ale. an ittoaiey nr
rumiiaalea Ike aaine Ilila rule .1
Imperative. BAILS . aaaaaarr
mealt lr rily JMlee, A.l ; AlUvriainai,
t or 4 Mr Merit.
We are aulhori7sl t- announce Jitine W .
Slewan at a candnlate lur re-clwtion b lle of-lli-e
ol' City Clern at the litu-J.in charter
Kditor Cairo Bulletin:
rirate eay to the Tot.ru ol Cairo that. yU-Miog
to Uie ijlicitatiuii ol inany friend. I aiu a
candidate lur the ofllc 01 city cierk, at lite a-ulna-
election. I nerd nut aeture thoae who
I will, if elected, devote my ImmI
etloit Li a uiildiil and aatlilnctory diacharKeof
Ih dutiin ol the puiitioa. lour iroiy
Fato. H. -m.im,
'r City Ireaaarer.
Wc aic aulbcriteil to announce F. M. Stock;
lit 111 ai a andnlate fur re-election to the olhce
ol Cty Tieacurer at the approaching electiua.
For rilF A I lorn j.
W e are authorized to annuonce Wm. Q.
Moieeuaa candidate fur the odioeo. City
lUrinii II. UlarO hereby announce a a
-undulate lor re-election 10 toe omttoiviiT
For Folic MBktlatrwl.
We are authorised 10 announce Thorna Lewi
a a candidate at the cutuiDg charter el tion
fur Police MacUtrate.
We are authorized to annouuee John J. liird
a a candidate lor re-election at the eoniing
charter election to tba oUI.- of 1'ulice Maglt-
Editob En. litis: r"lea Z' announce my
name at a candidate lur the ullice of Police
Mufiatrate, at tut next municipal election.
l.oeal e-atker atepora.
Catao, 111., March .'I 1:477.
Ban. I Thb. I WiitD. I Vkl.
7 a .m.
Sergeant. Sucnel Service. V. S. A.
We w ill pay no bills for ood or mer
chandise purchased for the Bi'llktin
by any ol the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary cf the turn-
pan). i'airo Bri i.KTiN Cu.
Juet Keeird-Mlalil 4 arpela.
Winter & Stewartare just in receipt of
some fine niiatit carpet, which they are
ottVring at extremely low prices, and iu
vlte the attention of all in want of car
pet', assuring them of burgaius until
Foaillvely Hi Beat.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild t lu rry
and Uorehound is the very bent com
pound ever prepared, advertised or sold
v any oerson, or under any name what
ever, for the immediate relief and pertua
nentjeure of coughs, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough, bronchitis, asthma, and all
diseases ot consumptive type. It will
thoroughly eradicate thce alarming
symptoms in one-half the time required
to do so by any other medicine. It is
purely vegetable, and contains not a par
tide of opium or other dangerous drug.
It never fails. Every bottle guaranteed
to perform exactly as represented. Bar
clay Bros., Agents,
Also agents for I'rof. Parker's Fleas
ant Worm Syrup, which Is sure death to
worms, Fleasaut to take and requires no
physic. Trice, 25 cents. Try It.
.Tli Trad Wluda
Are produced by the diurnal revo
lution ol the earth, extending from 20
deg. north to 20 deg. south of the
equator; and sailors hall with joy
their advent into them, after being tern-jiest-toKsed
and worn, a productive of a
season of rest. For weeks tliey some
time do not touch a sail, bounding home
ward through ticlds of sea weed alive
with minute shell-fish, and observe the
play of the grampus, porpoise, bonita,
and tho terrified flight of ;the flying flali
from the latter. How much more de
lightful then must it be to gulda the
bnrk of poor humanity into tha trade
winds of health out ot the bead sea of
disease and suflerlng, and make life'i fu
ture a pleasant voyage ! Yes, tucb can
be effected by using the Home Stomach
New goads art opened every day by
3-37-W. O. Hatthorn 1&C0.
A complete line ot ladies' fine hofl
Just opened by O. Haytuorm & Co 1 1
Parents, mothers, nurses, do not fail to
give lit. Bull's cough Jsyrup to the little
ones for all eases ol cough and colds.
Only posts 25 rents.
The largest stock of boots and ehoes
in the stale, otitaida of Chicago ran be
loundatO. Haythoru& Co., and they
ofler prices that dety competition either
at wholesale or retail prices.
OH'etisive breath from disordered stom.
ach, irregularity of the liver or kidneys,
cosureties. Impurity of the blood, etc.
speedily removed by using Maguire'i
C'undurango Bitters. Fatil . Sc.hu b,
Irritation of the lungs and bronchial
tubes, shortuess of breath, speedily re
lieved by using Magu ire's Tar Glycerine
WhiKky and Itock audy. Try a sample
bottle, only 10 cents.
All cultivated miiiJ-t arc alive to the
beauties of nature and art and revel In
the splendors of fine literature. But
there are other things also that engage
the Interest of fastidious natures; for ex
ample, B. T. Babbit's best soap.
I always have been and still nm sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Win
Wood's Fever Pill j. Anyone selling a
Wood's. Fever Fill not wade by ine, will
be prosecuted to the lull extent of the
aw. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. llealy's, 1. 5. Schuh'a
Barclay Brothers, ami at my ofllce.
Sold inCOrt. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
dAw-tf. Dr. Wm. W'ooo.
To be true to one's self Is to be true to
the world. This is equally true in the
commercial and moral duties ol lite. B.
T. Babbit waa dcairous ot making a toilet
soap perfectly pure and good, something
that should not coyer up evil and discaae
under the mark ot fragrance. Itesult :
his Toilet Soap, which lor every excel
lence reache about as far as chemical art
Buy your boots and shoes of the gn at,
cheap one price ah houi-e
3-27-3t. O. Hatthorx. A Co.
1 r. W.C Jocely it,a graduate of the M is-
souri Dental college, desires repectlully
to inform the public that he Ls prepared
to do everything pertaining to his pro
fession. To treat diseases of the mouth
to insert cavity fillings iu the most
thorough manner; to make artificial
teeth in the most workmanlike style;
to correct Irregul irities ; and to extract
teeth absolutely without pain, using the
nitrous oxide gas, which is pleasant and
harmless. Prices are low. Office on
Eighth street between Washington and
Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illinois.
O. Haythorn has just arrived from
Boston and New York, where be has
bon for tha last two week purchasing
the Spring Stock for his house. Mr. II,
says the market is very much demoral
ized, and that he was able to purchase
from 10 to 15 per cent, less than he could
have done a short time ago. Some goods
have already arrived, and they will con
tinue to come from day to day, until
they will show a stock of goods that
cannot be equaled in the city for cheap
ness. O. Haythorn &. Co.
A day or so ago we stated that a num
ber of iamilieJwere living in the bub fac
tory. In this we were mistaken. Tht
watchman and his wile are the only per
sons living In the building.
line Kealdenc lor Bale or Rent.
The very desirable property known as
the "Aubrey property," corner ot Hol
brook avenue and Twenty-second street.
For sale or rent on eay term. Apply
to 3 -C-tf. B. F. BLikK.
Fear lor lb ull.
llany persons are tearful that the
"cold snap" ot Saturday night aud Sun
day has severely Injured the prospects
for a good yield of fruit. However, the
extent ot the damage, if any, will tie
known in a day or two at the farthest.
llte lo Tax-l'ayera.
All persous owing tixes on real es
tate and personal property will save,
costs by paying the same on or before
April 11, l!77, as I am bound by law to
commence making out my delinquent
list. Pxtxb Sai p,
lw Sheria and Collector
Will J. -McGee ls announced else
where in this Issue ot the Bci.letin as a
candidate for city attorney. Mr. McGee
has a large circle of friends who will
give him a united and hearty support tor
the ofllce he seeks. He Is well qualified
for the position, aud if elected will 110
doubt discharge the duties of the office
In an acceptable and satisfactory mau
ner. relly Thieving.
Petty thieving is becoming an alulost
unendurable annoyance .with many of
our citizens. With the dawu of each
morning we learn of freth robberies of
wood piles, clothes Hues and ben roosts.
Mr. Matthews, who resides at the corner
of Fifteenth and Ceder streets.has.wlthln
the last two weeks, lost a dozen er more
fine hens, a considerable quantity of
clothing, and acord or two ot wood. Mr,
Vincent, Fifteenth street between
Walnut and Ceder street,
has lost a couple do.eu chickens, and
Mr. Wiemeyer, corner of Thii teenth and
Walnut streets, a large quantity ol cloth
ing, a portion ot them her own aud the
balance- belonging to people tor whom
be doe washing. These are only a few
ot the numerous petty theft that have ac
curred, but they are sufficient to cause
people to be cautious and not to leave
clothing out over night, aud to keep a
close watch over their wood pile and
Mrs. St ratten Is Vlsitintr friends 111
Missouri, and will be aWnt several
Mr. Wm. Walker, of the well known
liquor house of Sol. Stern A. Co., St.
Louis, is at the Planter House.
Mr. Oeorge Corli and family arrived
lo the eity ou Suaday evening, and were
busy all day yesterday Iu getting thing
to rights in their new home on Eleventh
treet, between Commercial avenue and
Among the guest at Herberts yes
terday were 1.. C. Ford, Lynchburg, Va;
J. E. Woodyan, Washington, D. C; E.
Carter, Chicago; John K. Barhank,
tyanaville; M. Kelly, Cincinnati; A. J.
Harts, St. Louis; William P. .lames,
Shawneetown; John'Malroy, New York;
John Crafton, New York.
1 1 -Guests at the Arlington llou-e yes
terday were O. Arnet and m. tisher,
New Orleana; F. II. Brinkuione, St.
Louis; F. II. Pixel, St. Louis; W. P
Scbourd, W. Croin, St. Louis, A. M.
Ford, Virginia; II. Hartwell, New Or
leans; W. P. Oray, New York.
Among the guests at the Planters'
house yesterday were B. B. George,
Benton, loa; W. D. George, Benton,
Iowa;C. C. Pcasley, Chicago; J. Hub
bard. Chicago;.!. H. Klrkhatn, St. Louis;
Joe Ievy, St. Louis; J. F. Albert, Cape
Girardeau; W. Walker, St. Louis; E. E.
Boyd, St. Louis; C. T. Bowers, Clinton;
J. if. Bell, Mt. Carmel, Ills.
Among the arrival at the St. Charles
hotel yesterday were the following :
George S. Harding, Chicago ; E. K, Bow
man, do; J. 11. Kent, New Orleans; 11. C.
Grave, Memphis; N. M. Jones, do; W. K.
Bender, Vieksbtirg; James P. Mcluenlv,
New York; L. Schoellkoop, Buflalo, N.
Y.; W. D. Bradley ami wife, SU Iiuls;
Geo. I"e, Chicago; W K. Stringfellow,
New Orleans ; J. C. Graut, St. Louis; W.
S. Eskirdge, Grenada, Miss.; M. Ober,
New York, II. J. Eddy, jr., do; C. A.
Neeley, Bolivar, Tenn.; II. G. Brook
lugs, St. Louis; A. A. Wallace, St.
Louis; W. P. Mullen, St. Louis; John
Mack, Bolivar, Tenn.; J. D. Morgan,
Bolivar, Tenn.; T. V. Glass, Gol-
conda, III.; J. W. Tier, St. Louis,
Mo.; C. H. Blanchard, St. Louis, Mo.;
L. A. Bryan, St. Louis; Geo. W. Cork,
New York; M. J. Obrien, Chicago; John
Gough, Chicago ; Jas. J. Gough, Lon
don, Eng ; Mrs. Ellen Barks, Tuscaloosa,
Ala.; C. W . Foot, Memphis ; Orange,
Williams, New Y ork ; E. S. Butt, Green
ville, Miss. 11. Colling, Chicago; Wm.
C. Penny, J. D. Capron, aud S- F. Car
well, St. Louiss
Tbe Esavuiinallon Yesterday.
The puplic examination of the
Eleventh street primary school, and tho
rooms iu the Thirteenth street building
taught by Miss. Riley and Miss Powers
took place yesterday afternoon in the
presence ot many of the parents
friends ot the pupils of those
partments. The examination at
Eleventh rect primary
the most interesting, because of
great number, ot extremely
small children composing the school.
There was upwards of one hundred chil
dren in attendance, and all took part in
the exercises. The examination con
tinued throughout the afternoon, and
was listened to wlth;surprise and delight
by the visitors, and at its conclusion Miss
Rogers received the hearty congratula
tions and thanks "of the parents and
trieuds ef her pupils. At the Thirteenth
street school, the'examiustions were con
ducted with a thoroughness that gave
proof ot the excellent training the pupils
had received-at the hands ot their
teachers. The examinations were con
ducted by the teachers, and the prompt
ness with which the pupils responded to
every questiou was gratilnnjr to all
present and specially so to the parents
of the pupils themselves. The
Thirteenth Street Grammar School,
Miss Thompson teacher, will commence
this foreuoon aud continue through the
afternoon. The departments taught by
Miss McKee and Miss Phillis will also
take place this forenoon. It Is hoped the
parents and friend of the scholars will
Hie Cairo Tobacco Market.
The tobacco market here seems to have
taken a lresh start,, and it ls now confi
dently expected that not less than six
aud perhaps seven thousand hogsheads
will find their way to Cairo during the
present season. The lacihties lor hand
ling tobacco here are superior to auy oth
er market In the ' southwest, and our
shipping facilities cannot be gainsaid.
1 o say nothing of other advantages, it
is claimed that it costs less money
to ship tobacco irom Cairo
to New Y'ork and other eastern markets,
thau from any other point this side of
Louisville aud Cincinnati. So far during
the season, though the great bulk of
the tobacco put ou the market has been
of au inferior quality, it ha iu almoat
every Instance sold at full aud satisfac
tory prices, and the rejections have been
very tew. In this connection
it may no well to note
the fact that nerealler the sales at
t ie Cairo houses will take place on
Thursday of each week Instead of Fri
day as heretofore, ThU change is made
In the Interest of the producer, as It en.
ables a large number ot buyer to attend
the sales who under the old arrangement
were unable to do so w ithout great incon
venience, and were frequently comix lied
to remain away. AU things considered,
the out-look for the Cairo tobacco market
was ncver"more encouraging. The sales
to take place on next Thursday promise
to be the largest of the season go far.
During the month ot April Cairo will
be vUitfd by at least 4 wo, and perhaps
three, ot the most celebrated theatrical
combinations now knowu to the A mere
icuii stage. First aud foremost, however,
It i said the poct-lecturer. Will Carlcton,
will give one 01 bis entertainment t Iter
about April 1UU under the auspices of
the Woman's Club aud Library Assocla.
Ion. Carleton'i name aud fame 1 too
well known lo need commendation at
our band, and that be will be greeted by
a large and intelligent audience Ubeyoud
peradventure. On tbe 13th Miss Mary
Anderson tbe distinguished young trafe
dlenne, supported by an excellent com!
pany, will be here. The New York Hrr
aid, speaking of one of Mis Anderson's
entertainments say : "Her sentiment and
her power ol expression calleJ lorth an
irrepressible applause that was the high
est tribute to her genius.
Her control oyer her tears,
Is a piece ot acting that rannot
be excelled, romo tho actress whence
she may." Follewinir Miss Anderson,
Lawrence Barrett, who ranks second to
Booth only, will lie here about the ICtli.
Mr. Barrett Is supported by one of the
most talented and thoroughly trained
companies in the country. 'I hey will
remain here not to exceed two, and per
haps only one night. The play will be
either "Hamlet" or "Richelieu."
New I .aw Firm.
Mulkcy, Linegar A Lansden, attorneys
and counselors at law a new firm, co
partnership just announced. We need
not tell oar readers, who know Messrs.
Mulkey, Linegar and Lansden, that this
is a remarkably strong combination of
lawyerly abilities. Judge Mulkey, with
his many years ot experience at the bar,
his thorough knowledge of the principles
ol the law and the practice, his mind pe
culiarly legal In Its bent and stored with
the learning of hi profession by the in
cessant Industry ot constant studentship,
has no superior in the state as a safe
counselor and successful advocate. Mr.
Linegar is a strong-minded advocate,
of great power before either a court or
jury. Well up in the law, he goes to the
bottom of every question, and loses no
point that may count to the advantage
of his client. He stands among the first
of the lawyer's ot Southern Illinois, and
his abilities arc recognized throughout
the State. Mr. Lansden Is well known
as a lawyer of much learning, great in
dustry and rare skill In the profession.
In combination, these three gentlemen
make one of the stiongest law firms in
Ural (jienlly with lb Slaiuarh.
l)o not rack it with violent purgatives,
or permanently impair it tone with indi
gestible drugs of any kind; but, if your
digestion Ik impaired, your liver out ol or
der, your frame debilitated, or nervous
sytem UBatrung, ue that wholenome and
agreeable aiierauve and ionic, Llostettci's
Stomach Bitters, which will certainly at
ford you the desired relief. None ot the
officinal remedies can compare with it in
restorative efficacy, and as a medicinal
stimulant It is by far the luovt desirable as
well ai popular article of its class. Iu ba
sis, tli essential principle ot sound rye, is
the best pos.-ihle agent for hastening the
action of the botanic ingredients which it
holds in solution, and those ingredients
are tbe most efficacious which chemistry
extracts from tbe vegetable kingdom, and
medical aelence applies to the cure ol dis
Mr. Wm. Walkert a representative ot
the well knowu house of Sol. Stern & Co.,
Importer and wholesale dealer In wine
and liquor Is in the city on business.
Thetlrm of Sol. Stern Jt Co., Is becoming
very popular with liquor dealers in this
part ot the sta'.e, and their
trade, already very large, is constantly ou
the increase. They pay social atten
tion to cased liquors, of which they have
perhaps one of the largest stock in St.
Louis. Mr. Walker will be In tho city
for a duy or two longer, and we com
mend him to those with whom his busi
ness may bring him in contact.
Restore Your Health and Eyesight
BY VSING THE
X. L- C Pv.
BLUE GLASS LAMP CHIMNEY,
From the use ot which the same e fleet
can be produced as that which emtnates
from the rays ot the sun. My chimneys
are the genuine Mazarine Blue glass that
is used so successfully by Gen. Plcasautou
iu ellectiug such meraculous cures. To
be had at Dan Hartman's queensware
store, comer of Commercial avenue and
Sixth street. 3-21-1 w
Black For City Attorney.
H. II. Black, Esq., is announced
in this issue of the Bc'U.kti.v as a candi
date for re-election to the office of city
attorney. Mr. Black is well known to
the people of ''alro as an Industrious, at
tentive and thoroughly capable lawyer ,
and who durlug the year lie has tilled the
office has given to it all the time and at
tention It requires, Mr. Black has the
support of a large number ot influential
business men and citizens, and vill make
the context interesting for bis opponents
CAitio, Illinois, Monday
The weather has been (changeable since
last report. A cold drizzling rain com
menced falling Saturday noon and con
tinued up to Sunday moruiiig. The rain
froze to ice as It fell, and Sunday morning
the streets aud sidewalks were covered
with ice one-fourth of au inch thick.
Monday dawned clear and pleasant, aud
by noon the ice had disappeared, it Is
eared peach and apple buds have stiO'ercd
severely from this last cold blast.
Business ha been '.more than usually
quiet since last report. There i no
change iu the condition of the Four
market. Stocks ot alt grade are light
and Inadequate lor 'the want of trade.
The demand is good. Prices are steady
and firm. The demand for Hay Is light
aud transactions are not iieavy. The
supply la the hands of dealers U fair.
Prices are unsteady ana weak. There 1
a limited demand lor light oats, for the
local trade, but all other are pleuty and
dull. Prices are about one eeut lower on
all grades. The demand lor Cora Is con
fined almost exclusively to the mills. The
supply i lair and prices rule about
a quoted below. Report from New
Orlean aay the market there I over
stocked aud prices down. The demand
for City Meal 1 lair though not active.
The supply Is limited. Bran I scare
nd price higher. There is abetter de
mand for potatoes, the supply on the
market being light. Prices are not ma
terially changed. There I a limited sup
ply of choice apples on thejuarket, while
common are plenty and dull. Poultry
Is scarce, and the request is good. Re
ceipts of choice butter are very
light, and there is very little
on the market. I he demand is
good. Common Is plenty and
dull. The supply ol eggs Is good though
not large. 1 he demand I lair. Dres led
meats are qtiif t. The reqnest.ior dressed
hogs Is very light, and 5 to Mo. I all that
can be obtained for them. Beef Is In a lit
tle better demand at 4 to 4 Dried fruit
ol all kinds Is plenty and ilu'l at quota
tions. The Mississippi river is rising slowly
at St. Louis, w hile the Ohio Is about
stationary here. Freight rates by river
are unchanged, 3iV. for dry bid. and 15c.
Ia5"0ur Mends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only tor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
'The supply ol all grades is light ; de
mand active, and prices steady and firm
Sales reported were 200 bbls. various
grades, to arrive, $7 25S7 SO: 100 bbls.
various grades, $7 50Y.i)S ; 100 bbls. varl
oils grades, on orders, $(j(a; ISO bbls
various 1 grades, $5 ZtiQi ; 210 bbls. va
rious grades, $XI'; 3S0 Mils, various
grades, $." 25(7,8 75.
S'Ock large and demand limited. Re
ceipts are light though equal to the prcs
ent wants of trade. Prices are unsteady
and weak. Sales reported were as fol
lows : 1 car choice timothy, $12; bO
bales, choice timothy, $12 ; three cars
common, $S 50 ; 4 cars mixed, $9 ; 3 cars
choice mixed, $10 SO.
There is a limited demand lor light
weight oats tor the local trade, but alt
others are plenty and dull, and price are
a little weaker. Sales reported were 5
cars Galena, in sacks, 40e;l car Southern
Illinois, iu bulk. 33c; 2 cars Central Illi
Some demand lor good white for mill
lug purposes. Supply ot yellow and
mixed fair, and demand light. Sale
noted were: 3 cars mixed, in bulk, 38c;
3 cars white in bulk on I. C. track, 41
2 cars white, in bulk, on C. and V. track
40c; 300 sacks white, 43c; 350 sacks
mixed, U(u4.c; 1 car w hite, in bulk, on
I. C. track, 41 c; 1 cars white, iu hulk
C. and . track. 40c; 3 cars mixed, on
C. and V. track, 3$aJj.
There is a fiir demand for city meal.
The supply is limited. Green country
is plenty and dull. Sales reported were
100 bbls, country green, $2 10 ; 150 bbls
city, $3 25; 200 bbls city, $2 252 30.
Bran is scarce and in demand. Sales
were 200 sacks $17.
There are very few oa the maiket. The
demand Is limited. Prices are unchanged.
Sales were 100 bbls. mixed, $2 75(73; 20
bbls. Peachblow, $3; 50 bbls. Early Rose,
Fair supply of choice in hand. Com
mon are plenty and dull. Sales were 20
bbls. Common, $1 752; 25 bbls. Choice,
niized, $3; 50 bbls. Ben Davis, $2 753;
75 bbls. Gennets, $2; 30 bbls. Winesaps
and Romamtes, $2 25.
There Is a fair demand tor chickens,
with very few on tho market. Sales
noted were 3 coops old bens, $3 25 ; 4
coops old hens, $3.23; 1 coop mixed
chickens, $2 75; 3 coops mixed, $3; 1
coop turkeys, $S 50.
Choice butter is scarce and In demand.
Common is plenty and dull, sale were
200 lbs. Central Illinois, 22c; 121 lbs.
Central Illinois, 1723c ; 350 lbs. South
em IllinoUYoll. 1820c; 200 lbs. Central
Illinois roll", In cloth, 2022c; 10 pales,
Illinois packed, 182V.
The supply is fair, though not large.
Demand good. We note the sale of 1 ,300
doz.,10c ; 10 packages. 10c ; 800 doz., 0c.
The weather is most to warm for hand
ling dressed meats. The receipts during
tbe last few days have been light. The
demand Is limited. There is 110 change
There is an abundance of dried li nit ot
all kinds on the market. The demand Is
weak. Dried apples are held at 4 to 4U:
aud peaches at SJ to 9c.
Onions are In talr supply and limited
demand. Choice yellow are selling at
$1 50 to $1 75, and good red at $4 to
White beans are plenty aud dull. They
are worth $1 75 to $2 per bushel for
choice ; common and stained are worth
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Receipts of hides are liberal. Sale
since last report were 50 lbs. dry tliut.
lliajlUc ; 300 lbs. green salt, Cc : 425 lb.
tallow sold at Cc.
e quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon or,
track, lump, $3; nut, $ J, delivered cat,
load per ton, lump, $3 DO ; nut, $2 75.
delivered per single ton, lunip, $4;iut
$3 25 ; Kaum or Jlarrisburg eml on
track per load, lump, $27; uut, $!!; de
livered per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg per far,
loads ou track, $5 M per ton.
Fcrs Beaver No. 1 $1 60; No. 2
$t; No. 3 $i ; No. 3 J; No. 4 $l.(wj.
Mink-No. 1 $1 ; No. 3 75c; No. J We;
No. 410c Raccoon No. 70c; Ho. 1
400 ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Sku,uk No,
ittoo Ni. Jl Wlo; No. a 30c; No. 4 15c
Fox- ray No. 1 $1 ; No. a 75c ; No. 3
BO .red fox No. 1 tl ; No, j 75e,
Onosiiin no. 1 iocs no, X Mt No. 3,
15c. Muskrat-No. liOo; No. i 15c No
J 10c. Bear-No. I $10; No. 3 $7 No. S
j; niofjjl. wolf Mountain No. 1
$ J.5Q; No. 2 $1 75 1 No 3 II t No. 4 75c;
iTsne iron io. i fi aait hq, a ooo,
vf ild Cat 35e. House Cut lOr. Badge
,1. If. Ullkit, D. T. Lixsoab, J. M. Lajudbk
MULKEY, UraEGAR L LABSOEN,
r ' Attorney at Law,
' CAIBO, ILLS.
OFFh E- CammavKlat imia at nfllr ef
Linegar A Lanedea. 3-7-3u
fcun pleaie copt . , -
Dealer in Fresh Meal
Between Waahlncton and OonBaarol
Avnna, adjoining Hanny'a.
KEEPS for rale tbe beat Beef, Perk, Motto
Veal, Lamb, 8auaa;e, Ac. , and la pr
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eruptions on tba face, purifying tbe Mood,
pain in the hack, ueavinen of the eyelids,
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Beware or counterfoil ana nae imita
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On dollar per
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Held by druggists and
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