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j.iIRO BUSINESS HOUSES
Sale. Car baalness firm ran have three line
pane, In this eohniin under appropriate heetln;
a line rate of et.ftii per mMftMW'f',r
payable quarterly Injtdvaiiea.
Hardware. ISiavee Tin Ware.
A. IIA!XKT-I1iTlnatotVTInnl tlenl
ware, ln'n M'l nrtuPiV fnipleinenu, Wire'
o.imL, Itefrlifenitora, Ptrnii n.l Udders.
Hi Commercial .Avenue. . intern, and,.lob
Work done ob abort notice.
lmhrr. ( '
.1. s.M.-f!AHKV iK-alerln tir.ln1 enftlnni
Ikt. IliKiilnit, ceiling, Killing anil WifcoHl
lumber, lath aad eliinrte offioe awl rani
rorner Twentieth atrtet ami Washington avenue"
LASCASTEU A KICK-Dealers In saOi,
doors, blind, etc., hard ami Ron lilmlier and
hliiflea Vwd ana otlioe. Commercial aveuue,
orner 17th street.
1. 11 AUTMAN IfeoW In Qoeennware, Toy.
lamps and all kind of fanry artiol-". CoeBmee
?a! avenue, corner Mh ilwt,
WILLIAM M INTER Siilh strw-t between
i otunierciaj ev one and Washington avenue.
CloihiMK unit Merchant Tallarlaa;.
JOHN A N Till M Merchant Tailor and dealer
In finely alade Clothlna;. 71 Oblo U-vee.
Real Katala Ag-oarlea
M. J. HOWLF.T-Beal ElUti Agent.
aud tell real nli, er.llecta renti, pay take
lor non-resident He. Commercial ayeoue, be
tween Mntn and Tenia rtreeta.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
The Shortest and
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Boad Running Two
Daily,Treins from Cairo,
Direct GcnnecUcB E&.U;aLue3
Train Leave Cairo
2:50 p.m. Fart f-Xpre's, arriving In St.
Louis 0.50 p. Hi.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VlLLB FAST LINE
Arriving!! Cincinnati d:M, ' a.m.; Louls
vllle, (s i's a m ; lndl mspolii, 4:1 a.m.;
'atngtr by this train arrive at abore
OF ANY OTHKE KOUTK.
p. m. Fat Mail with sleepers attach
ed. lor fT. I.OI IS and CHICAGO,
arriving in St. I.oul at 6:.'W a.m. Chi
earn at 4 p.m. Connecting- at Odin
or F.fflnirbam lor C'im iouati, Loulville
PAST TIME EAST
recnrr by this line -o through to
the Lest Without any delay mufil by
the SATURDAY A KTFRVOON TRAIN
FROM CAIRO ARKIVK IN NEW
VURK .MONDAY .MoKNINU
3C HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY Olllr.U ROUTE.-
Aititiu-!iu-nta of competing lines that
tin y nuke better time lb an this one, are
r- issued tithcr through ignorance or a
lelre to uinlrail tlie public,
lor ihrotigu tirkeH and inlormatiun,
apply nt Illinois C' ntrI R. II. Iepot, Cairo.
Ooti'l yomuern Agt.
.J. H. .Ionks, Ticket Ayt.
It is now lonmJcd tLut Mrs. Colruian,
Ite laundrvdn. No. 12 Fourth street, b
:wccn Washington nnd Comm rclal avtv
itin, ha one of thn biut ronducted latin
Jry cstHl.ll-hmcnt'j in the vhy, and land
crd oflioU-ls hoarding lionw will
ind it to llicir advantage to rail upon
Kt'Htly fur tiUKiiieN Aguia.
F.Di rc.R Cl lletin : I take pleasure in
railing the attention of the public to the
lust that I have rebuilt and re-estut-lihed
tlie I'nlon Bakery on the ite of
th bulliling lately lost by lire on Com
mercial avenue, between Fourth, and
Sixth treets where I will b pleaei to
welcome all my old patrons m well as ail
who (U slre a good artlele of hread, cakes,
-onfi-otions ete. Frank Khatky.
Jell Crown ha taken chlrge ot Ihe
barber shop on Kighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
I-ampert. Jefl is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. (Jive him a
call and satUly yourself. tt
llaGAVi 31aOnolia Dalm preserve
ud restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and gallowuesi ; makes the
"kin soft, white and delicate. Iti appll
rution cannot be detected. '
I.von's Kathaiko.n makes bt-autKul,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevent lt fall
ng out or turning gray. It Las stood
the test of 40 years. Is. charmingly pr
juuied and has no rival. i '
Hollo a 'a fiiu auU Oliiliurtal
Scrofula was considered incurable until
be great dlncovery of "liollo way's Filli
tnJU uient" nasnea upon tbe world.
Diseases which baffled the skill of the
medical schools, readily 5 let J to tbeiepeer
iesi remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, tod all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Twenty-five cents
per box or pot.
To all who are suflering from the
trrors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will seed a recipe that will
enre you, free of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
la South America. Stud a elf-ad
dressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
inman, Station D. Bible House, V'ew
1Q 96 HOURS
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SOKKT OOIJKTCU "
AtCAI hit. U.
KnivMit mt rythiaa, nurtta every Tr
dny nlirlit at Italf-paai 4nm. in Odd
rvllowV Hall. .llowa.
- chaaryiUr t'-oriuiuMnrt.
OAI.KXANUKR I.ODGB, NO. VU.
IndcpeiMleait Ordrfof OvU-rrt-low,
uiaru tvety t1iura.UT Bight
at half pa eavaat, a tbelr tell on
irnairri'ial arrmie. beswea 'Uth uW Hevnitb
; ril - WillK. maaui", N. O.i
-uiito en:ampmknt, t. o. o. r.. nwts
vyiaO'lArr'lluW' HaH op Ihe Ant and third
; A . Corny i, C P
Ca7rb,IM1K. 6.1U7tA.F. A.M.'
1 ltoidinilmi etrmimWion tn M
X3 aaic II U. riynxrr -Cotueneroint arenue
-f,4 E)j,tl rtmt, a-tbe eerxmA end
i"irtailafea lHnnfl). . .
RATM Of AtlVCBTIM .10.
t f All bille fot adTartaaiaC. re due aad ry
ablr t ADTaKca
Transient aarertialng will U inaertrd at tbe
rate ef 11 0 pera(uare for the first insertion
and W cent for each subsequent one A liberal
dlaoonntwill be niade on tawling and displ
For Inaertinit Funeral notire t 00 Notice of
IDMtlnff of socletiea or secret onlrra floenU for
Cbareh, Society, Festival and Supper notiree
will only be inserted as advertisement
No adrertlsemeat will be received at lees than
o cents, and no aavertiaement will be insert"!
for ! than three dollars tier month
LOCAL HrIXI:ajei MOTICKH
Of one square (9 line space) or more, in
serted in tlie Bclleti! as follows : (tss
than one square counted as a squar.)
One Insertion per square f
Two Insertions per square-
Three Insertions per square 1
Six insertions per square 1
Two week per square.. - 2
rw inrtntti rier SQUare 3
(Special rates made on large advertise
ments or lor longer time,
FIJI DAY, MAltCII 30, IS77.
annonnrement will be iuau-rletl
In tne llulletlu antra she money ae
ruinpsnlH tbe name. I lite rule tn
Imperative. H4II.S Annnunee
mrul. lor rlty Ultirea, t5 ; Alderman,
l or lljr Clerk.
We are authorized to announc , J lunn W.
Ftewan as a candidate fur re-eiecAion to the Gi
ll re of City Clerk at tbe apfwoacklag charter
Editor Cairo Bulletin :
rira- My to the voter ul Cairo that, ielding
to the solicitalione wf many friends, luia
candidate lor tlie ofltc ol city oerk, t the en
uing eiertion. I need not asenre iho. who
know methai I will. If eU-cti-d, devote mf beet
efforts to a laitbful and (.tlsfactory dlscharreof
the duiie. of the poeitloa. Veurs Trul v
FsiD. 8. M.TH,
l or City ireasnrer.
We are authorized to announce '. M. Sti, kJ
fifth a a candidate for re-eiection to tbe oflke
ol City Treasurer at the approaching-election.
Far rilF Allorney.
We are authorized to
Mi !.-. randi'late for
annoiiu'- Wnj. Q.
the ofhi-e 01 Cay
Herman II. Blackout bewly announced as a
randiJate for re-ekvtion to the i.tnre of t ity
Far l-allra Maa;Utrate.
We are authorized to announce Thomas I-w is
as aoaUjdataat Ute uiyisf ciiaifr ej.tion
for l oline Magistrate. J -
We are anthorizel Ui announce John ). Rird
a a candidate lor re-electtoo ai the coming
clitrlvr elation to tha office of i'olice Magis
tratr. Eoitob Bt'LLBTi!: I'lae announce Tray
name a. a candidate for the Cltice of 1'olice
Muvi.trste.at Uieurxt municipal election.
We are authorized to announce the name of
( ban- f'elay as a candidate fur the office of
I'olii-e Maiuxtrate, atthe eomiiiir charter elec
tion. Laeal Weather atepors.
Caiao. III., March Cy leTT.
tiki. l)a. J Ihb. Wind. Vel. Wsia
7 a ni S".TW 3f XE .1 fHir
lliil' J i,.r I 47 NE 1 cloii'fy
t p.m M L 1 do
3-M'1 ju.-.'.'.9 HF. 8 io
Scrseant. Siitual bervlce. I', a. A.
Fine Reaidenee for Kale or Rent.
The very desirable property known as
tlie "Aubrey property," corner of llol
brook avenue and Twenty-second street.
For sale or rent on easy terms. Apply
to :i-Ctf. II. F. Blaki:.
The largest stock of boots and shoes
in the state, outside of Chicago cau be
fotiotl at O; llaytbprn & Co., and thev
offer prioes that defy competition either
at wholesale or retafl prices.
Winter Stewart are just in receipt of
some fine Bandit carpets, which they are
otlVriug at extremely low price, and in
vite the attention ot all in want of car
pets, assuring them of bargains until
further notice. It.
O. Haythorn has jutt arrived from
Boston and New York, where he has
been for the. last two weeks purchasing
the Spring Stock for his houe. 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 la tbe city for cheap
ness. O. Haythorn & Co.
Tbe Trad Wiuda
Arc produced by the diurnal revo
lution of the earth, extending from iX
deg. north to 20 deg. south of the
equator; and sailors hail 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 suil, bounding home
ard through fields of sea. weed alive
with minute shell-fish, and observe the
play of the grampus, porpoise, bou'ta,
and tho terrified flight of .the flying fish
from the latter. How much mora de
lightful then must It be to guide tbe
bnrk of poor humanity into the trade
winds of health out of the head seas of
disease and suflering, and make life's f u
ture a pleasant voyage! Yes, such can
be effected by using tbe Home Stomach
Bitten. 3-2-1 m
( bale alter antl Bine CHaee.
f hive this thy received a lot of choke
creamy butter. Also the genuine blue
glase lamp chimneys.
y It Wm. THHi.
All persons owing taxes on real es
fate and personal property will save
cost by paying tlie game on or before
April lt, 1877, as I am bound by law to
rVMQhience making out my delinquent
llat. Pin n .Sat r,
1w Sherlfl and Collector
An entertainment will be given by
the Juvenile Wide Awakes, at the attic
ncum on Friday, April 6th. Tho main
part ol the entertainment will bo. the
fairy play, "Sleeping Beauty." It Is the
Intention of the club to use the proceeds
in helping the ladies of the Library As
sociation to ornament their hall.
Cairo, Ills., March 28th, 1S77.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Cairo City Oas company, for the
election of fJirectors, will be held on
Tuesday, April 2d., at the olMcc of the
company in tlie city of Cairo, between
the hour ot 10 o'clock a. tn. and 2 o'clock
p. m. H. F. Blake, Secretary.
Paaillvely tbe Beat.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
ankilorehonnd is the very best com
pound ever prepared, advertised or sold
y any person, or under any name what
ever, for the immediate relief and perma
nent.eure of coughs, colds croup, whoop
ing cough, bronchitis, asthma, and all
diseases of consumptive type. It will
thoroughly eradicate- these alarming
symptoms In one-half the time required
to do so by any other medicine. It is
purely vegtable, and contains not a par
tlcle of opium or other dangerous drug.
It never fail. Every bottle guaranteed
to perform exactly as represented. Bar
clay Eros., Agentsy
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.
Mall of Fiauor.
The lollowing pupils, in Miss Powers'
room ot the 13th street building, have
been neither absent nor tardy for the past
school month :
Seymour Antrim, Mary Armstrong,
Itennie Thistlewood. Minnie Hogaii.
Frank Torrey, Stella Ayers,
Oscar WiUianieOQ, Emma Sehmes,
Mary Hoehnedle, .
Ileal ttently wltQHJfe Slomkrh
Do not rick u wen violent purgatives,
or permanently impair iu tone with indi
gestible drugs of any kind ; but, if yotrr
digestion is impaired, your liver out of or
der, your frame debilitated, or nervous
system uastrung, use that wholesome and
agreeable alterative and tonic, Ilostetter's
Moniach Bitters, which will certainly af
ford you the desired relief. None of the
officinal remedies can compare with it In
restorative efficacy, and as a medicinal
stimulant It is by far the met desirable as
well as popular article of its class. Its ba
sis, the essential principle ( sound rye, it
the best possible egsnt for hastening tbe
action of tbe botanic Ingredients which it
holds, in solution, and those Ingredients
ara the most efficacious which rhemfsiry
extracts from tbe vegetable kingdom, and
medical science applies to the cure of dis
J. K. Tucker, general superintendent,
and XV. K. Ackerraan, general auditor of
the Illinois Central railroad, with head
quarters in Chicago, arrived in tbe city
by special car yesterday.
J. S. Beard, of Bloomingtou, a sie
cial agent for tbe post office department,
has been In the city several davs.
Mr. Chas. Burton, of Carbondale,
was In the city yesterday, and registered
at the Planters' House.
Hedge Miller, whohas been confined
to his room at the Planters' . flouae for
tor the last four or five days from sick
ness, was much better yesterday, and
will be out again In a day or two.-..
Arrivals at the Arlington House
yesterday were XV. L. Seifert, Cincinnati,
Ohio ; XV. D. Beverly, St. Louis ; II.
Le'ghton, Kichview, Ills.; J. II. Muny,
Carmi, Ills.; D. A. Lynn, Ballard
County, Ky.; 11. X. Wellord aud wife,
Mrs. Faunie Morgan, F. McMannus,
Belknap, 111.; W. Russell, St. Louis ; A.
Arnout, New Orleans; S. B. Penn,
Iliukleville, Ky.; Henrv lieese, Texas.
Sol. Farnbaker has not returned to
Cairo as was stated In yesterday's Bul
letin. Ho a ever, the old gentlemen,
Mr. I. Farnbaker, has returned. Mr. Farn
baker Itpent several months iu New
York, and during the time made his
purchases ol spring aud summer goods.
Gentlemen desiring to purchase fashion
able, well-made, nice-fitting clothing
should call at Farnbaker & Haas'.
Messrs G. P. Heading, ,S. J. Hayes,
and.T. C. Brkn, all prominent officers of
the Illinois Central railroad company,
are la the city.
Prominent among thi arrivals ester
day at the 5t. Charles were F. A. Palmer,
Indianapolis ; II. C. Wilks, Sew Madrid,
Mo.; M. A. Smith, St. Louis; E. J. Gem
pert, New York ;S. A. Kelley, St. Louis
8. Jasper, New Orleans; L. C. Poryan,
Robt. E. Craig, Columbia. Ark.; John
D. Pugh, Cincinnati ; J. S. Baird, Bloom
ington, Ind.; C. E. Clark, Wm. CaU
dough, Bt. Loul?;S. J. Hays, V, K.
Ackerman, J, F. Tucker, Geo. T. Hard
lag. Chicago; U. T. Winnie, Sc. LouU'
1. M. Healey, Champaign ; T. L. Brlen,
Chicago; Frederick Tabst and wile, Mil-
The Taancen Stales Vealerrtar-A
Large Hraafca Praapeeta ar the H ar
hat. The weekly sales at the Fanners' and
Planters' warehouses In this city took
place yesterday. The sales were by odds
the largest ot the season, the total num
ber of hogsheads offered beiug nlncty-slx.
The attendance t f buyers was large, and
among those present were a number of
the largest dealers In the country.
AT IHE FARMERS WAREHOCSB.
Messrs. Thistlewood & llinkle,
proprietors, fifty-five hogsheads were
sold, and out of the entire number there
was but five rejections.. There Is very
little or no choice tobacco moving as
yet, and the sales yesterday consisted of
lugs and low to good medium shipping
leaf. The safes at the Farmers' ware
house were. 22 hlids. logs as follows :
$3 50, 3 D5, 3 70. 4 30, 4 sj, 4 25, 4 45,
4 00, 4 20, 4 75, 3 25, 3 70, 4 40, 4 00,
3 &0, 3 75, 4 W). 4 00, 4 00, 4 00, 3 70,
3 CO. 33 hhK low to good medium leaf,
7 70, 7 05, 5 05, 6 CO, 7 Co, 5 25,
25. 7 00, 0 20, 7 30. 8 00, 7 10, 7 5,
70, 5 70, 9 05, 7 85, 9 00, S SO, 7 80,
10. 7 00, 7 90, 3 15, C 40, 6 30, G 35,
80. 7 20, 7 25, 6 15, 9 15.
"LAMER!' WARK HOCSL.
At the Planters' warehouse, Messrs.
Straughn, Tinkle and Bird, proprietors.
4J bngstieaJs were sold, aud the rejec
tions were seven. As at the
Farmers' warehouse, the offer
ings consisted of lugs and low to good
medium shipping leaf. The sales were
20 hhds. lugs, at $3 75, 4 55, 3 3d, 4 CO,
4 05, 4 20, 4 0), 4 35, 3 53. 3 80, 3 GO,
3 50, 3 40, 4 70, 4 60. 4 05, 3 S3, 3 30,
3 30, 4 25. 23 hlidt. low to good
medium lcaf,$$ 50,5 75. 0 50. C 50, 7 00
5 25. C 00, 7 40. 7 55, 5 30, 6 05, 5 50,
G 00. 7 25, 5 60, C 00. 5 15, 7 00, 7 95,
C 05, 8 30, 5 83, 5 75.
COXD1TIOX AND PROSPECTS OF THF. TRADE
So far daring the season the offerings
have been entirely of the lower grades
of tobacco ; and wo may remark in this
connection that it Is the general opinion
of sxperienced dealers that there will be
very little good move before the middle
o,f April or the first of June. Th3 soa
son has been one of the most unfavorable
.'c. handling tobacco, and the great bulk
ot 'hat which has been marketed was
held Ly larmers who produce but small
quantities, and who were compelled
to dispose of it because they could not
aflord ta hold it. There is considerable
good tobacco in the hands of producers,
and it is bound to be sold, but all indica
tions go to prove that It will not begin
to move before the time aboyc specified.
Yeaterday'e Exereisee iu tbe
According to previous announcement
the examination ot the
HIGH SCHOOL DtPaKIMKNT
ot our, public schools commenced yester
day, aud was continued through the
day. The attendance ot visitors to hear
the exercises in this department was
very large, perhaps larger than at the
examination ot any of the other depart
ments of the schools. This vras t be
expected, however, as the High school
is generally considered lAe school of all
THE CLASSED EXAX1NLD.
Among the classes examined were
those in English Analysis, Civil Gov
ernment, Natural History and Geology.
The recitations by these classes were of
a highly interesting character, and were
listeued to with the closest attention by
the visitors present. The examina
tions were conducted by Prof. Alvord,
Mri. Alvord and Miss Pattlson, aad
were very thorough, and the
with which the pupils disposed of almost
all the subjects assigned) them, was ac
cepted as proof of the fact that the course
ot Instruction, which they have under
gone has been as complete and as near
perfect as It is possible to make it under
our system ot schools. . Indeed we be
lievtj we , are bat ' expressing
the unanimous opinion of those present,
when we ' say . that the
examinations yesterday gave
more substantial evidence of progress
on the part ot the,- pupil than any for
mer examination:, of the Cairo High
school. Prof." ATtord and his able as
sistants deserve'great credit for their en
ergy, and ablllty'and their nnccasingef.
forts to make the Cairo High scliool tlie
school it U. ,
TUK LAST DAT.
The examination in this department
will continue through to-day, and tho
exercises will be interesting and enter
taining; and It is tie desire of JProt.
Alvord ar.d his assistants that all those
or onr citizens who cau will devote at
least a portion ot the day to them.
When Peter the Great set about civiliz
ing the Russians, before then barbarians,
he introduced sumptuary law as re
gards personal cleanliness, which had
been sadly Ignored. How would hi
work have been facilitated had lie known
B. T. Babbitt' best soap.
I.ehning and Kohter,
THE LIVE TAILORS.
"Train up a child iu tho way lie should
go," etc., says the good book . But how
can you train him up thus without keep
ing hhn clean? Use B. T. Babbitt's toi
let soap, theu, aud when he is old de
part not from its u e. Tbe soap i made
of tba bestjmaterials, and is absolutely the
king ot toilet soaps. Its scent U delicious,
but not artificial, for uo foreign oderls
needed to disguise impurity und poisou.
Corruption In our national affairs has
he same effect on the government that
a severe cough or cold has upon the hu.
man system. Political reform in the
former and Dr. Bull's cough syrup In the
Utter case will remedy the evil. At tbe
I druggist's. Price, 25 cents.
1 always have been and still am R0le
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm
Wood's Fever Pill i. Anyone selling t
Wood's Fever Till not made by ine, will
bo prosecuted to the full extent of the
aw. For sale at the New York fctorr, A.
Swoboda's, F. llcaly'e, T. O. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold InoOct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
d&w-tf. Dn. Wm. Wood.
Dr. W.CJocclyn.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 artilicial
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.
Restore Your Health and Eyesight
BT CSINO THE
X. L- G R
BLUE GLASS LAMP CHIMNEY,
From the use of which the same effect
can be produced as that which etninates
from tlie rays ot the sun. My chimneys
arc the genuine Mazarine Blue glass that
h ud so successfully by Gen. PJeasanton
in tflecting such meTaculous cures. To
be hail at Dan Hartman's qtieensware
store, corner of Commercial avenue and
Sixth street. 3-24-lw
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise, purchased for the Bcllh.ti.x
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Bcllktix Co.
Caiho, iLttxois, Titi isnar M iiiih, I
March . 177. J
Business is fairly active, and the mar
ket generally indicates a better condi
tion than at the date of our last report.
The receipts of grain and hay are light,
and ot corn and hay hardly equal to the
demands of trade. There Is considerable
bav In store here, but the most of it is
held for speculative purposes. Receipts
ot oats are light. The prospect for light
weight is fair, while the demand tor other
grades Is dull. The condition ot the
flour market has not improved, and as a
consequence trade in this branch of
tbe market is light. Receipts are
very light, and the stock on market
lias been reduced until it is now very
small. The demand is good for all
grades, but more particularly for medium
and good family flour. Millers in tbe
surrounding country complain of the
great scarcity of wheat, and a number
of mills have been forced
to shut down tor the present.
Prices are steady and firm. The demand
tor city meal is good ; the supply is liui-
'tcd. Prices arc steady at $2 25 to $2 30.
Country Is plenty and dull at Bran
Is scarce and in demand at advanced
prices. Choice potatoes are scarce and
in fair demand. Common and mixed
are in good supply. The stock of choice
apples is light, and they arc in fair de
mand, Choice butter Is scarce and
wanted; the supply of common is
large and hard to dispose of. Receipts of
eggs are light, and the supply on
the market limited. Prices are a trifle
higher. The demand for poultry is fair,
while tbe supply ;is light. There is no
demand tor dressed meats, particularly
hogs, as the weather is becoming too
warm to handle them. There is a little
better request tor beef, but it is not ac
tive. The weather is fair aud pU-asaut. Tlie
Ohio and Mississippi rivers are rising,
but it is not expected that there will be
very high water. Rates to N 2W Orleans
by river are unchanged.
gg?Our ft lends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only lor
sales from first hand in round lots. In
filling order and tor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Stocks light, and demand active. -
Sales noted during the la-t three days
were 50 bbls. choice family, $773 ; 100
bbls choice Family, $3; 173 bbl. various
grades,$G 50a,S ;C00 bbls. various grades
$0(0,3 75; 150 bbls. various grades, $5 50
Receipts of hay are very light. Ihe
demand is good for choice Timothy and
choice mixed. Sales were one car choice
Timothy, f!2; I car good Timothy,
$11 50 ; 2 cars good mixed, $11.
l liwre is some demand for light weight,
while all others are dull. Sales noted
were : 3 cars Southern Illinois mixed iu
bulk, 33u; 200 sack mixed 42(3 45c.
Receipt light, whilo there Is a fair de
mand for good white for milling pur
pose. Other grades are in fair demand
and light supply. Sales noted were 1
car white. In bulk, on I. C. track, 41c; 1
car mixed, iu bulk, 39c; 3 cars white iu
bulk, on C. and V. track, 40c; 2 cars
mixed, iu bulk, 39c; 3 can whlte.in sacks,
on orders, 47c; 1 car mixed, iu sacks, on
orders, 4Gc; 1 :ar mixed, in bulk, 33c; 1
car white, in 'bulk, on I. C. track, tic;
200 sacks mixed, 45c,
The demand for city meal isgood. The
supply is light, aud prices steady and
firm. Country greeu is plenty and dull,
Sales were 225 bbls. city, $4 30 ; 450 bbls
city, $2 25J 30 ; 50 is. green coun
Very scarce and in datntuier. Prices have
advanced, aud wheat bran is new quoted
at $19. 8a noted were SOs.icki uncut,
ilS.-IOeack corn, 12.
Choice are scarce, and in fair demand.
Couituou aud artiied are In fair supply.
Sales wen ? bbls. California Feachblews
$3 ; 20 bbls. Early Rose.Northcrn, $.1 30
M bushels Early Rose, $1 ;
Choice are In light supply. Demand
fair. Common plenty and dull. Ssles
reported were 40 bbls. Ben Davis, $2 75
3; 30 bbls. Wlnessps, $2 25; 13 bbls.
Ronianites, $2(2,2 15.
Choice scarce snd in demand. All
other grades plenty and dull. Wo note
sales or G packages Northern roll.
20023c; 300 lbs. Southern Illinois 18
(i,20c; 200 lbs. Central Illinois, roll In
cloths 2022c; 5 tubs Central Illinois,
packed, 1718c; 100 lbs. Southern Illi
nois roll, 22c.
The receipts of eggs are light. The
supply on the market Is limited. De
mand good. Sales reported wfre 300
dos.,llc; 250 doz.,11c; 500 dor., 11c;
450 do., lie.
Chickens are In limited supply and fair
demand. Sales were as follows t 2 coops
old hens, $3 23 ; 2 coops choice hens,
$3 23 ; 2 coeps mixed chickens, $3.
Tbe market for dressed hogs Is dull
and prices weaker. The weather is too
warm. 3 dressed hogs, 4 5c. Beef is In
a little better demand, and sells more
readily at 4c. Mutton Is worth Go.
Three ctsks sugar .tired smoked
hams, sold at llj(SJ2o ; 3 ea.-k dry salt
sides, 8f5e; 3 casks dry salt shoulders,
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Receipts of hides are liberal. Sale
since last report were 350 lbs. dry flint,
li(,14 Je ; 4sO lbs. green salt, Gc ; COO lbs.
tallow sold at CJc.
There, is an abundance of dried fruit of
all kiudi on the market. The demand is
weak. Dried apples are held at 4 to 4Jc.
aud peaches nt S to Jc.
Oulons are Iu lair supply aud limited
demand. Choice yellow are selling at
$4 50 to $4
75; and good red at $4 to
White beans are plenty and dull. They
are worth $1 75 to (2 per bushel for
choice; common and stained are worth
Sales were 2S0bbls. Ohio River, ST 40;
100 bbls. St. Johns, 1 30.
W c quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3 ; nut, $2, delivered car
load per ton, lump. $3 50; nut, $2 75,
delivered per single ton, lump, $4; nut
u per single ton, lump, ; nut
l.'auru or Ilarrisburg coal on
i-r load, lump, $27 ; nut, $10 ; de
er ton, $3 50 ; Pittsburg per far.
d zo ;
loads on track, $5 50 per ton.
Fi ns Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
SG: No. 2 4; No. 3 : No. 4 .! OO.
Mink No. 1 $1; No. V 75c';Vo. V 60c7
w. -, iW. rutccoou ao. 1 7uc; No. 1
i Ko 4 Skunk No,
owe ; ao. ;i joc; No, 4 15c
I ox- ray-No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. I
sua u. i i z IOC,
- - - -v.- , ve as J. A,
85c Muskrat Xo. 120c; No.S 15c; No
3 10c Bear No. I $10; No. 2 $7 No. 6
ao wolf Mountain No. 1
$2.50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75c:
Prarie Wolf No. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 50c,
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut 10c. Ule.
War Dbtahtmbwt. Rivbh Rbtot, 1
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IT. IU. T. l!t.
Cairo it 11 . X I
filtoburif 11 u 2 1
CiannuaU .. o lu l
Louisville..,.. .. 14 8 ' Xi 10
Naaliville Iti 7 i
St. Louii- 13 S X U
Memphia 1.1 II 1
VIckHbuDf Si T X 1
New Urleaoa U o O
Ueluw beach water mark.
JAMK3 WA1 SON,
Serceact. SUcual nervn-e. U H. X,
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Ed Hobbe aud tow, St. Louis.
" J. II. Bigley, tow, St. Louis.
Mary Miller, Cincinnati.
" Barnard, barges, Pittsburg.
" J. A. Wood aud tow Louisville,
Smoky City, tow, Louisville.
C. W. Auderson, Nashville.
' Diamond, tow, New Orleans.
fcteainer James Flak, Paducah.
" City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
Ed Hobbs, tow, Ohio rivtr.
Mary Miller, St. Louis.
Barnard, barges, St. Louis.
Grand Lake, No. 2. tow, X. O.
J. A. Wood, tow, passed down.
Smoky City, tow, passed down.
C. XV. Anderson, Nashville.
Business on the lauding yesterday was
only rnoderately active The weather
was a little cold, and cloudy throughout
the oay, and at night there was indica
tions of rain. The Ohio River Is rising
rapidly at all points above, and
Is now coming up slowly
here. The rlso at Cincinnati since last
report ws 1 foot 8 inches, and at Louis
ville 1 foot 10 Inches. We bave no re
port from Evansville. The rise in tbe
Mississippi during the 24 hours up to
last evening was 11 Inches. The Cum
berland is falling slowly at Nashville.
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Coffee, Sugar & Syrup
Specialty la Toao
Goods Delivered Promptly.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Uetall Dealers la
WIN IX OF ALL KIND.
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MEH9KS. PMTTH A CO. have -oneUntlv
a larire stock ot tba beet a-noda In Utu mar
ket, end aiveeeperial attention to tbe tsooltaala
ranch ot the hustneiM
Public notice Is herebv triven that nr
virtue of au order ol the county court ot
tbe County ol Alexander Iu tbe State of
lllinoi. rendered at the December term
of said court, A. L. 1?75. I. llanuoa 11.
Black administrator de boni non oUha e-
ttte of Louis Nasarjoo.lale of said county,
deceased, will sell at publlo vendue on tbe
KHa Uay of -April. A. D. 1877. at the west
door ol of tbe Court House In tbe city ot
Cairo between tbe hours of ten o'clock in
the forenoon and Ave o'clock la- the after
noon ol the same day to tbe highest bidder
to pay tne uvbts ot the said Louis Maianno
deceased, the ioiiowiuk described real
estate, situate in the county of Alexander
and the State ot lUinoie So-wit : ;
Lots numbered four (4). nve (5i. and (8). "V
in block numbered aeventeen (17), in the
tint addition to the city of Cairo; and tbe
southeast quarter of section twelve (1'2), a
township sixteenmo), south range two (2j, '
west. . 1
Subject to the homestead interest of wld-
dow and family la and to said lot eight in
block seventeen, and to the widow' '
dower in sahl real eatate. v
Terms of sale : Uno -hall of purchase
money to be cash in band upon approval of i
sale and delivery of deed and ooe hall on -credit
ol six months, purchaser to give
security and trust deed on the premises to
secure the remainder nf purchase money.
Dated March, 6th, 1877.
11AKMON II. BLACK.
3-8-4 w. Administrator de bones non, etc.
ea Bnaoe ty every im
everv montli in tlie Kiiilm.
furnieli, Imt those willing" to work can easily
emu ,iutru tiuuaro a uay riKnun meir own 10
uilitiv. Have no room to explain liere, rJuei
ieaa pleasant ana honorable. Women, boys
uul girls do as well as mea. We will furni.li
veu a comoleie outflt free. The buetueae iay-IxtU-r
than anvUilnir elae. We will bear ex
pense of Ktartiuir you. ' farticuUra ft. Write
ind ree. Paruier and met-hauica. thvir anna
And dauarataea. aad all elaiwa. ias mt r ir
work at Jutue, sliould write to u and 1 jrn all
i bout the rork at once. Now ia tha tiaia
Son'tdelaV.: Addrfaa Thui A Ln. Autfiiui
E. F. Haakel'a Hitter Wine ar Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure ot
aeakneM, attended with symptoms; India
position to exertion, lose of memory, Uittl-
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, unl-
ersai laaeituue ot me oiuacuiar system.
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, flashing ol the bo ly, dry
ness 01 tne SKin, painu countenance ana
eruptious on tbe luce, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness of the eyelids,
frequent black spot flying before the eyi-e
with temporary euthaion and loas of eight.
wast of attention, etc. ineee eymptouis
all arise from a weak neat, and to remedy
that, u-c E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine ot
Iran. It never talis. . tnousanae are now
enioyiug health who have used it. Take
ouly E. F. Kunkel'e.
tteware or counterfeits anu uaae imita
tions. As Kunkel's Hitter wine or iron t
ao well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make en imitation ana try
to cell it od to their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron. ,
Kunkel'e Bitter W ine of Iron i put up
only in it bottlea, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on tne ouiaiue wuu uie pro
prietor a photograpn on Uia wrapper ot
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on the outaide, and you will alwaya
be sure to get tne genuine. uu tituiar pet
bottle, or six for t&. sold by druggiats and
ALL WORMS KEMOVJCD AUVK.
K. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls
to destroy l'iu Seat and htouacb VV ortus.
lr. KUiikel, the OUiy suecewiiui pujsu-ian
who remove Tape Worm la two hour
alive, vltb head, and no fee until removed.
Common sense teaches that il Tape Woriu
be removed, all other worm een be readily
destroyed. iend tor circular to Dr. Kuu
k l, So. North Ninth street, i'hiladel
I til ,1'a., ct call on your drutgiat and avk
lor . bottle of Kunkel's Worm Syrup
frit, il.oft. t never fail.
ft obtained, on me-
t chanical devicts
luedioat or other
lab. la. Civauta, Asslcnmants. Iatrft-rane,
etc.. promptly aitcuded to. Inventions Uul
nave uvea ,
by the Paten
attkt. ia ruoat
rured by u.
site the Patent Offloe we can makeeloerarch
ea, aad secure paleuU mora promptly and with
bruadw cl.Uiu thaa Uioe mm are nm from
Uob free of eaarffead advise aa ia patentability
All carrespoadenoeSu-ttdy oonJV-nl p, icea
$lz: iTwT am) nut chaiuIe unljls
p.V I tNT IS tLCl'UKD.
We refer looiUeial- ia the Patent efnee, aaSto
invcBtore ht evaryHtn iw Uaa L'nla Addrea
c a. jus m. t'l.
Owor e Patent Ufflce. Vahinua, D.C.
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