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.iIKO UUS1NESS HOUSES.
f at -. 4 nr ImalnrM firm ran have three line
In this coluinu umler appropriate heading
.line rata of SI. no er month er Sli per year
iYiiie iitarteriy In advance.
Hardware, mate attsl Tin Ware
. HAt.LKY-t'esierlnftovea.TlnBnd Until
i. louden mnl rnnT(i' Implement, Win
(, llcfriirenitnra, I'nmp and Ladder.,
II i oninerclal Avenue, tiutleriiig, and Job
'c" done on short notice,
.1. K.Mr.'AIIKY Itoalerlnliairlend sofllnm-
I cr. flooring, ceiling, aiding ami mirf.ice.1
tumlier, lath ami shingle, oflice ami yard
loriier i wennetii street ana v ashtngton avenue
LAM A"! Elt A KICK- Dealers In ah.
doors, blinds, rtr., bard ami soli huulier anil
ulngles. lam ant mile. I omiiM-rcial avenue,
.-biiirr 1 Tlh street.
l. II A I.T.MAN lleler In 'iifenaware. Tovs
I aui.i anil all kinds ol lancy articlm. oiuiner-
ui avenue, turner iui aiiut.
WILLIAM WINTER Sixth street between
i oiuiiiercial avenue ami Washington avenue.
Slothing- and tlertlmnt Tailoring-.
JOHN ANTRIM Merchant Tailor and dealer
In lteedr ila.le Clothing. YS Ohio I-evee.
Steal r.atnte Agencira
M. .f. HOW LEY-IUal Katate Agent. Buys
and -ells ml e-.!ie, coll-eis rents, imya turn
fur non-r aidents etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Nmtb anil Tenth street.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
The Shortest and
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily.Trains from Cairo.
lirsd tetlita laEutnlk
Trains Leave Cairo
2 '2 p.m. l"at f.Xpie-n, arrivim? la St.
Iui S .'iO p. ui.: hicago, "i, a.m.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI: LOUIS
VILLE FAST LINE
Aiming In Cincinnati :30, a.m.: Louis
Mlle, a.m.: Indiinapoln, .:!" a.m.;
rafcOger l.y this train arm est above
OF ANY OTHER BOUTE.
iift p. m. ra.t Mail with sleepers attach
ed. for ST. LOCIS ami CHICAGO,
arriving in St. l-oul at :.'!0 a.m. Chi-
eeo at 4 .':) p.m. Connecting at odio
or Effingham lor Cincinnati, Loiitville
FAST TIME EAST
I'aon-Ltfei'n by this line go through to
the East Without toy delay cauaed by
bunday intervening. -
l h S ATPRDAY AKTEI'.VOON Tit A IN
FHOM C'AlltO ARKIVr IN N MV
YuKK .MOXI.Y MOHMMi
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
()K AXY OTIinit UOITE.
AdvertienieiiU of competing lines tliat
they dike better time than tLla one, are
are issued eitber through ignorance or a
desire to milead the public,
r or through ticket and inlorraatioD,
Apply at Illinois Central R. It. Iepot. Cairo.
Oen'l Sotithern Agt.
.?. H. .Joxes, Ticket Agt.
It Is now conceded that Mra. Coleman,
Ite lanndroM, No. 12 Fourth strwt, be
;n Wa-shnigton arnl Commercial are-ritie-s,
has one of the best conducted latin-ir-
t-stabli.-hmt'nts lit the city, and laiid
.ords of hotels and boarding hcii?f 3 will
dud it to tin lr advantage to cull upon
KfHil lor ItMailiraa) AkmIu.
Editoh Ri i.tETiN : I take plM!iire In
culling the attention of the public to the
la:t that I have rebuilt and TP-established
the Union Bakery on the ite of
the building lately lost by tire on Coni
uiprcial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixth street., where I will be pleased to
welcome all my old patrons as well as all
w ho desire a good article of Dread, cake,
?onfoctlonn, etc. Frank Kiutky.
IIuIIomh) 'a I'll In mnl Ointment
ScroluU was considered incuruhle until
he great dixcovcry of "IJolloway'ii 1'illi
and O ment" iUt-lu-d upon the world.
liseae which bullied the t-kill of the
medical school, readily yield to theie peer
lei rcmedien. Scurvy, eryt-lpelaK, fait
rheum, itch, and all cutsneou cruptious
are curable by them. Twenty-live cent
per box or pot.
,4 Motice lu Ttx-i'eri.
All persona owins taxes on real e
tate and personal property will save
costs by paying the same on or before
April lt, 1S77, as I am bound by law to
commence making out my delinquent
lit. PfcTKR Sai'J',
lw SheriA aud Collector
Cuailily lb Heat.
lir. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
mid llorchonnd is the very Lc-t com
pound ever prepared, advertised or sold
y any person, or under any name w hat
ever, for the immediate relief and perraa-
nentcure of cough?, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough, bronchitis, iisthnia, and all
diseases of consumptive type. It will
thoroughly eradicate theso alarming
symptoms in one-half the thue required
to do o by any other medicine. It Is
purely vegetable, and contain not a pai
tide of opium or other dangerous drug.
It never falls. Every bottle guaranteed
to perform exactly as represented. Uar
clay Bros., Agents,
Also agents for I'rof. Parker' I'lea
ant Worm Syrup, which U sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Price, 25 cents. Try it.
AM AU)H l.OIMJK, NO. 61.
Rnt)iht of Pfthtal, rtiveta avcry Prl'
day oirht at hall paxt aTn, in Odd
tellow' Hall. Howl,
t haniellor Commander.
- i AI.KXANHKR lAilMK, NO .
flL 3 Iowa. m'U rj 1 buriT bight
Niw" at UmiT mX Mvra, in thir hU on
my 11 . . . a. Il.avai fal i
tt ll.k n iMwaiT1, 11. i
' 1AIIIO f. N ( ' A M I'M KNT t. O. O. r.,
in Oild-rrlluwa' Hall on th- Oral and UillM
i iit rt'lay in eveiy uiuntb, at balf-paat aTen
A . ( miwi. P
L'AlltoLOlM.K. NO rn.A.r. A A. M.
Hold r -ular fxniiinuniationi In Ma
jCyTiii.iiir Hull, rornvr .oiunTrlal avemw
' Nand EiKhth atrit, ou the anond and
'otirtti Mnudar ut racb niimtli.
iui;nir Avr.Rrii ju.
' H-A1I billi Tor ailwtiainf , ar due and pay
able I AbVAK' a
Tranaieot adfertiaing Will U inatrtd at Urn
rate of II U per square for the first insertion
and W rents fur eax-.h subsequent one A titwral
discount will be ruade on standing and displ
For inserting Funeral notice 1 Nutice of
meeting of societies or aerr-t orders 60 ceoU fur
Church, Society, Fettival and Supper notice
will only be inserted as adTertisemenU
No advertisement will be reoeiTed at less than
VI cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for less than three dollars per month
l.OCAl. Ill MXt.HS .OTICI.ai
Of one square ( lines ppace) or more, in
serted In the Be i t.tTis as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square - $ &0
Two Insertions per square.- 75
Three insertion per square 1 00
Six inertlons per square 1 75
Two weeks per square.. 2 50
One month per sqnare- 3 50
Special rate made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
" 'lFtsTAV. APKIL 3, 1ST".
So snasaiiremenl will be Inserted
In inr Itullelln ualna I lie money nr
ruiiiaiilr the. anme ' 'l ltia rule la
iiiilirrnlhr. RATt.S .tnnauiirr-im-iiIo
lor t'lly Oltteea. ; AlilrriuHii.
lr Itf lerk.
We are authomed t announce JaniHi W.
Mcwart as a candnlate for r-lwUin to the ol
lirw of City Cler at the aiprfxi..-hirig i lurn r
Editor Cairo Hulletin :
I'l'-fue ray to the J ol Cairo that, riclilini?
to the solicitation of many friends," I aru a
(.aiididate lur the otBce Ol city c erk, at the en
uiDir election. 1 nel not asaure thoM who
kno methai 1 will, if elwtel, devote my bvi-t
en"..r' lo a faithful and satiDlartorr dischnrve of
the Uin of the posilloa. Youra Inilv
FHtD. S. M.TH1
l or t'lly I reanurtr.
We are uuthcriieij to aunounre F". M . Sirx kJ
fli th a-, a candidate for re-eiertion to the oUita
of City Treasurer at the approaching elei-tina.
lor City Attorney.
We are authorized to announce Win. Q
M. i.ce as a candidate for the ofliceol City
Harrnan If. BhvIO hereby ar.nouncei) as a
candidate for re-election to the office oi utv
'r I'ollce .Hau lot rate.
W are authorize) to announce Thoioas Lew is
aa a t-iididate at the en'uing charter elcctlun
lor Police Magistrate.
Weaie authoriiM to announce John J. Ilird
i a candidaie tor re-election at the earning
charter election to the ofln-e of I'olice Muyu
irale. Editob Bi i. litis: Tlee announce 'my
name a a candidate tor the ollic- of I'olice
Magistrate, at the next municipal election.
O. A, OMJOiur
( tiarle- Itlav a, a candidate for the otlice of
I'olice Magistrate, at the coining charter election.
Lorail H eattaier Kepora.
Caiwo. III., April i IcT".
tim. aIatJTaa. Wikd. Vl. Warn .
7a.m! 30. rm; vi N is clear
11:11' 8i.4'i! to N U
!p.ni. '.M sc. x n fair
3:t-." ,!0:tl7 47 X 14 "
Si rk-eaxt, Sijfiial tjervlce. I'. S.A. ,
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for the Bclleiix
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by the preeident'or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Bclletix Co.
Cairo, Ills., March 23th, la'7.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Cairo City lias company, for the
election of Directors, will be held on
Monday, April 2d., at the office of the
company m the city of Cairo, bctwecu
the hour ot 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock
p. tn. B. F. Blake, Secretary.
Jefl Brown has taken charge ol ihe
barber shop on Kighth (street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Lampert. Jt A is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give him a
jail and satisfy yourself. tt
To all who are suthring from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that w ill
cure you, free of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the llev. Joseph T.
finnan. Station 1. BH.de House, New
York City. 1-30-Gm
Tlie Trade) IVIuila
Are produced by the diurnal revo
lution of the earth, extending from 20
deg. nortli 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 sail, bounding home
ward through fields of sea weed alive
with minute shell-fish, and observe the
play of the grampus, porpoise, bouHa,
and (iio tcrritled flight of the flying Ash
from. the latter. How much more de
lightful then roust it be to guide the
bark of poor humanity into the trade
winds of health out of the head seas of
disease and suAering, and make life's tu
ture a pleasant voyage! Yes, such can
be eflected by using the Home Stomach
Must b I tilled.
The man to head the Democratic ticket
Is the man upon whom all the elements
of the party can unite. Without this kind
of a candidate the party cannot hope to
Messrs. ThiHtlr-wood t Co., ceniinis
sion men hants have leased the Phillia
building, at the corner of Tenth ami
Ivee streets, and will more into it
Kiue time during the present month.
No Democrat should remain away from
the metlng to bo held ut the council
chamber . to-morrew night. F.very
Democrat in the city who can is expect
ed to be present aud take part in the
Tbe Hind st Man Wanted.
The man to head the ticket for mayor
Is the man ot known ability and integ
rity ; the man who can and will adminK
ter the affairs ol the city in a comprehen
sive and dignified manner.
L O O K u L' T
Ix-hiilng and Kobler,
THE LIVE TAILOKS.
New Ohmeans, March 27, 177.
Mr. H. C. Wilke, from this date
ceases to be In my employ. He is not
authorized to collect or settle any ac
count In my name. Ocah Chopin.
An auction rale ol a lot ot flue bed
steads, washetand, bureaus, carpets, bed
clothes, and everything usual and neces
sary in housekeeping, will take place at
the corner of Eighth street and Commer
cial avenue at 10 o'clock Wednesday
morning. ANoaflne lot ot Blacksmith
tools. FRLO. .HOFFHEINZ
A. lleiser t Son, auctioneers; 2t.
Si. M. K. t . Moctnl Hop
A social hop will be given by the
knights of the above order on next
Thursday evening, April 3. Sir knights
desiring the attendance of friends can
procure invitations for the same on ap
plication at the hall, this or to-morrow
evening. By order of The knetv,
By request of the managers of the
entertainment to be given by the "Wide
Awake Club," the Kairo Kotillion Klub
have postponed the ball heretofore an
nounced to take place at the St. Charles
next Friday night for one week, or more
definitely speaking, to Friday evening.
IMftftOlullon of i"arlnerliij.
The coprtuership lately existing be
tween Jacob Burner and Henry Weiss, uu
der the firm and style ol J. Burger & Co.,
was dissolved by mutual consent on the
loth day of March, 1?77. Mr. J. Burger
a-suruing the liabilities of the old firm, and
to whom all claims due the said firm
must be paid. Jacob Burger,
March."!, Is77. Hexi:y Wius.
At the M. f.. f'linrrb
Htv. Dr. Adams, president of the Wes
leyan University, Bloomington, is in the
city.and on Sunday morning preached iu
the Methodist chnrch. Those who heard
the sermon pronounce it a masterly ef
fort. Dr. Adams is just recovering from
a severe attack of brain lever, and is
traveling for the benefit of his health.
Ho will remain with friends here for a
Ibe CnnitlUitte Tor Mayor.
The proposition to hold a convention
to nominate candidates tor the various
city offices Jseems to meet the almost
unanimous approval of the Democrats
of the city ; aud the all important quest
ion is, who shall be the candidate to head
the ticket. This it an Important ques
tion, aud should.not be acted upon too
hastily, or without first weighing the
claims and qualifications of the candi
dates whose names may come before the
I always have been and still hm sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm
Wood's Fever Pill. Any one selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by me, will
be prosecuted to the lull extent of the
aw. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. llcaly's, P. C. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold in 50 ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
d&w-tf. Dk. Wm. Wood.
Edward Collins was arrested on Sun
day night ou a charge of "drunk and dis
orderly. "Judge Bird yesterday assessed
a fine of seven dollars against Edward,
and failing to pay the fine he was sent
over" for seven days.
The notorious thief and confidence
man, Jake Ackerman, was arrested by
SheriA Saup on Saturday last and taken
before Judge Bird. The sheriff preferred
a charge of vagrancy against Ackerman,
and Judge Bird assessed a tine of ten
dollar against him. Jake could not pay
the fine, but begged lor a stay of execu
sion promising to leave town Saturday
night. Ackerman Is a bad citizen, and
people w ho know him will breath freer
now that he has left town.
Heat t.eully wltn tbe Btoiuaca.
Do not rack it with vLlent purgatives,
or permanently impair its tone with indi
gestible drugs of any kind ; but, if your
digestion Is impaired, your liver out of or
der, your frame debilitated, or nervous
system unstrung, use that wholesome and
agreeable alterative and Ionic, Uostetter's
Stomach Bitters, which will certainly af
ford you the desired relief. None of tbe
officinal remedies can compare with tt in
restorative efficacy, and as a medicinal
stimulant it is by far the mot desirable as
well as popular article of its class. Iu ba
sis, the essential principle of sound rye, is
the best possible agent for hastening the
action of the botanic Ingredients which it
holds in solution, and those ingredients
are the most efficacious which chemistry
extracts from the vegetable kingdom, and
medical science applies to the cure of dls
for a "Sealing fa Organise far
the ('barter Met lion
Cairo, Iiis., March 30. 177.
To tbe I'eruiicrary of the City off airo:
A meeting of Iemocrats will heheliUt
Ihe city council chamber on next Wed
nesday evening, April 4th, 1?77, at 7:30
o'clock, p.m., lor the purpose ol organ
izing tor the forthcoming city election.
John Q. Harman,
John II. Mulkey.
D. T. I.lnegar,
.las. W. Stewart,
C. W. Dunning,
W. It. Smith.
John (i ates,
O. B. Straughn,
C. M. Howe,
f,. II. Myers,
C. W. Bradley,
0. K. Meoran,
W. B. Grear.
Thos. W. Halliday,
J. II. Metcalf,
1. L. Harrell,
W. M. Williams,
Sol. A. Silver,
C. W. Hcnderon,
John O Donnell,
J. B. Ostrander,
G. D. Williamson,
W. P. Halliday,
II. L. Halliday,
W. A. Redman,
M. J. Ilowiey,
J no. E. Henderson,
M. J. McGauley,
W. F. Pitcher,
B. F. Biue.
and many others.
Mentioned for Mayor.
Among the names mentioned in cen.
nection with the office of Mayor are
those of Dr. W. K. Smith, P. W. Barclay,
T. W. Halliday, Judge F. Bross, B. F
B ake and I'. II. Cunningham.. Anyone cf
tie gentlemen named would fill the bill,
as all ot the tu are men ot character and
Tb Juvenile Wide Awakes.
The entertainment to be given at the.
athcueum on next Friday evening by
the "Juvenile Wide A. wake's," promises
tobeoneofthe moit enjoyable affairs
that has taken place in Cairo in some
time. The little folks are rehearsing
daily, and will he in splendid training for
Election So lice.
Ou Saturday, April 14, Is77, at the
Arab Engine House, in.tlie city of Cairo,
Illinois, au election will be held for one
Trustee of Schools, of township seven
teen, south range, one west, in the coun
ty of Alexander and State of Illinois, the
polls to be opened at nine o'clock, a. ra.
John M. Lansdex,
April 3d, 1877. Township Treasurer.
Faster Her vices.
The Easter Sunday services at the
Church of the Hedeeuier were very im
pressive; a large congregation was
present. The church was beaut ful with
lilies. Easter, aud other early 'lowers;
the music, always good, was
better than ever on this occasion ; aud the
s:ruion by the Kev. Dillon Lee is spoken
O'by all who heard it as one ot the most
profound and eloquent ever delivered in
Judge Baker has rone to Elizabeth-
tJwn, Hardin county, to hold court.
Judie Green, w ho has several important
cases in the Hardin county circuit court-
Capt. J.F.;Miller has gone to St. Louis,
Hon Sam Green, ol Cape Girardeau,
was in the city yesterday and registered
at the Arlington House.
C. Morgau aud wife, of Bloomfield,
Missouri, ware at the Planters' House
yesterday. Mr. Morgan is .sheriff of
At the Planters' House yesterday were
W. J. Ward, Metropolis ; n. w. Wheeler
and wife, Chicago ; J. G. Smith, Jackson,
Tcnn. : Chas. P. George, St. Louis; Chas.
H. Butt and W. L. Plttman, Poplar
Blufl : Jas. Parkison, St. Louis; J. II.
Bell, Mt. Carmel ;( has. H. Webster, Fre-
donU, Ills.; Frank Kaab, Hurricane, Ivv.;
C. Morgan and lady, Bloomtield, Mo.;
W, Darbf. St, Louis ; YV . V . Moorman,
Charleston ; J. T. Davis, Blandville, Ky.;
F. W. Weiss, New i oru.
Among the arrivals'at Herberts yester"
day were Abe. nieson, Evansville; Chas.
Reed, Paducah ; W. J. Courtney, Xew
Grand Chain, Ills.; A. C. Kennedy,
Pittsburg, Pa.; H. F. Potter, Mound
City; J. F. Werner, Cincinnati; A. Fan
erhill. Evansville; W. H. Hill, Sullivan,
Indiana ; J. S. Salem, do ; . Whitman,
Prominent among the arrivals at the
St. Charles Hotel yesterday were Thos.
Gal'agher.'Jaeksoii, Tcnn.; A. L. Haw
kins and W. Johnsou, Indianapolis; A.
K. Volt and T. M. Bowman, Ut. Louis;
J. M. Thomas, Madison, Ind.; Win.
Phelps, New York; W. W, Tbompsor,
Cincinnati; J. W Farmer, Vincennei;
C. Johnoii,New York; Thomas f,. Cue
Stonelort; D. U. Newcomh , Chica
go; E. Eitel, St. Louis.
W.L. Kussell, Billings, Mo.; J. .Vaude
ville, New York ; A. J. Cook, Bolivar,
Tctm.; A. II. Fields, llockville, Ills.; p,.
Mick k', Holly Springs, Miss.; John B.
Get. Cincinnati; S. S. Home, Chicago;
Miss A. Smith, Carml, Ills.; Mrs. O.
Shatiklin, Fairfield. Ala. W, F. Topf,
Evansvillc; E. P. Howell, Chicago.
Guests registered at the Arlington
House yeslerday were (J. V. Brunz,
Louisville, Ky.; John Bowles, Greens
boro, X. C.;.L U. Be:l, Ft. Louis, Mo.;
T. F. Hull, Chicago. III.; p.. HHiand.
Sherman, Texas; Thos. Fisher, hy.;
A. M. Apple, Georgetown, D. C; TVui.
L. Siefert, tin., O.; I. A. Copeland,
Mt. Carmel, III.; I. H, Bell, Mt. Camel.
111.; X. Lughton, Villa nidge, III.; C. X.
Hughes and wife, city; F.S. Haas, city;
E, A. Blue, city; Sam. X. Green, Cape
Ca:bo, Illinois, Mosday FViio, )
April i. 1S77. S
There is iio material change in the
condition of the market here. Busine SJ
for the last few days has been fair though
not active. There Is no improvement In
the condition of the flour market, and as
a consequence transactions have been
light. Choice grades are a little more
plentiful, though not In overplus by
any means. The demand, however, is
more particularly for medium and low
grades, which are very scarce.
Prices are steady and
firm. Eeceipts of hay are very light,
while the supply ou the market has been
diminished considerably, and the market
Is in a somewhat improved condition.
The demand for choice to good mixed is
air. The receipts of oats since last re
port have been meagre, and th demand
for light weight Illinois is lair. There
is no material change in prices. There
is a fair demand for good white corn tor
milling purposes. There is very little ar
riving. Yellow and mixed are in limited
supply aud fair demand. The supply of
city meal is limited ; the demand is
fair. Country is dull at $2. Bran is
scarce, and prices have advanced to $13.
The demand is good. Strictly choice
potatoes are scarce and wanted. Com
mon and mixed are in fair supply. There
is a good stock ot apples on the market.
Poultry is scarce; demand fair. There
is very little inquiry for dressed meat,
particularly hogs. The demand for
dressed betf is fair, though the demands
of the market require but very little
just at this time. Choice
mutton is hlway9;salable. The receipts
of strictly choice butter are light.
while the demand is always active. There
is a large supply of common on the
market, aud it is hard to work oA. Eggs
are in light supyly; demand is active and
prices 1 to 1J c. higher- All others re
main about as last quoted.
The weather is cooler, though not un
pleasant. Freight rates to Xew Orleans
by river are thirty cents per dry hbls. and
15 cents perewt,
tTOur friends should bear in mind
that tbe prices here given are only lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Choice gradi A are In better supply,
though not in overplus. Medium nud
low grades are very scarce. The demand
is good. Prices firm. Sales noted were
100 hbls. various grades, $5 50S ; 50
bbls. low grade, 15 ; 200 hbls. vari
ous grades, $5S ; 400 bbls. various
grades, $0i 75.
Supply light and demand good for
Illinois oats. Prices are steady. Sales
noted were 2 cars Southern Illinois, in
bulk, 33ic: 150 sacks mixed 42c; 1 car
Southern Illinois, 33c; 1 car entral CIlli-
nols, 34 c.
The supply is light, aud but little ar
riving. The demand is fair. Sales
noted were : 1 ear choice Timothy, $12;
1 car good mixed, $10; 1 car mixed,
$S 50; Icar choice Timothy, $12.
Fair demand for good white lor milling
purposes. Yellow and mixed in limited
supply and fair demand. Sales were 1
car mixed, iu bulk, 39c; 5 cars white on
C. and V. track, in bulk, 40c; 2 ears
white, in bulk, on I. C. track, 4le; 250
sacks, mixed, 45c.
City meal is in fair demand aud light
supply. Sales were 200 bbls. city, $2 25;
450 bbls. city, $2 252 SO.
Bran is scarce with an increased de
maud. Prices still hold up. Sales re
ported were 40 sacks wheat, $1$; 150
sacks wheat, $1S.
Good potatoes are scarce and lu good
demand. Common and mixed are in
fair supply. Sales'wcre : 20 bbls. Cali
fornia Peachblows, $3; 30 bbls. mixed,
$2 75; 40 bbls. Early Rose $3 25.
In good supply; demand moderately
active. Sales were ; 50 bbls. Ben Davis,
S2 75;(S.3; 20 bbls. Wlnesaps, $2 25;
15 bbls. Romanics, $2 15,2 25; 40 bbls.
Common, $1 752; 50 bbls.Roman
Beauties. $3 23.
There Is very little ou the market. De
mand good. Sales .reported were 10
cops, old hens, $3 23; 3 coops mixed
chickens, $2 73; 3 coops good mixed $3;
I coop cioice old hens, $3 60; 2 coops
turkeys, $9 50310 00.
Receipts are light. The demand is not
actlve.aod prices are weak aud uusteady,
Hogs are selling from 41 to djci is
worth 4t4$e. Good uidttoa Is worth
The supply ot choice butter on the
market Is light; the demand Is gofd
C ommon Is plenty and dull, Hales noted
were 10 tubs Northern Gilt I'lge, 25c;
COO lbs. Southern Illinois, in palls and
roll, 15Q20c; 400 lbs. Central Illinois
roll In cloths, 20f7ii22.; ; 150 lbs. Southern
Illinois roll, l)20c; 150 lbs. strictly
choice table, 2iic; 1 package common,
Supply limited ; demand got id. Prices
higher. Sales noted were WW dozen, 11c;
300 dozen, 12c; 300 dozen, 12c; WO
Sales were three caaks sugar cured,
plain hams, ll(u l2c; 2 casks dry
salt rib sides, 8e; 1 cask bacon clear
Onions are In moderate supply. The de
mand Is fair. Sales were 3 lb. choice
yellow, $4 75. Good red are worth $4
to $4 25.
There is an abundance of all kinds ot
dried fruit on the market. The demand
is light. Prices are, apples 4 to 4Jc;
peaches, to 9c.
White beans are in lair supply, with a
limited demand. Good are worth $1 75
to $2 per bushel. Poor and stained are
dull sale at $1 to $1 25.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Receipts light and prices steady. Sales
were 400 lbs dry flint I4(1?14c; 750 lbs.
green unit fl'c: ten In If. bbls. fallow sold
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3 ; nut, $2, delivered car,
load per ton, lump, $3 M); nut, $2 75.
delivered per single ton, lump, $l; nut
$3 25; Rauin or Harrisbuig coal on
track per load, lump, $27 ; nut, $lti ; de
livered per ton, S3 .V); Pittsburg per car
loads on track, $5 r0 per ton
Fcrs Beaver No. 1 $2 60; No. 2
$0; Xo. 2 $4; Xo. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.00
Mink Xo.l $1; No. 2 75c: No. 3 60c.
No. 4 10c. Raccoon No. 1 70c ; Xo. 1
40c ; Xo. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No,
IS5c Xo. 2 Otic; No. 3 30c; Xo. 4 15e
Fox- ray Xo. 1 $1 ; Xo. 2 75c ; Xo. "
5i red fox No. 1 $1 ; Xo. 2 7.
Opostitn No. 1 10c; Xo. 2 ftc ; No.
35c. Muskrat No. 120c; Xo.2 15c; Xo
3 10c. Bear No. I $10: No. 2 $7 Xo. 5
$3; No4$l. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2.50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75e;
tTarie vvoil o. l fi 2j ; 2 oOC,
Wild Cat 25c. House C it 10c. Badger
War DnpABTMnirr. ttrvtx llarOT, 1
April x, ltf;. (
j FT. lit. j IT. I IN.
Cairo 33 1 M 0
Pittsburg S 1 -
Cincinnati 3t 6 i ! 10
Louisville 14 4 to
Nashville Is ti :
St. Louis IS 1 XI 1
Memphis -4 9X0
Vickstiurvr P.3 " . 2
Xew Orleans 7 J X
Below high waier 1S74.
.Sergeant, SUrnul Service, U S. A.
Fort I. lit.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
fcleatner James Fisk, Paducah.
AttMt-bnieut JMo lice.
Samuel W. Cook is hereby noticed that
Jacob t. Merrell, ou ths 15th day ol Decem
ber. A. le.o, rued out ot the circuit
court of Alexender county, State of Illinois,
a writ ot attacuiuent against him, the said
Samuel W. Cook and his estate, for the
sum of one hundred and ten dollars (U0.
00), which said writ has been returned ex
ecuted by levy on real estate, and is now
pending before said court. Now unless tbe
Samuel W. Cook shall appear, give bail
and plead within the time limited lor hix ap
pearance in such case, judgnieut will be
entered and the extate io attached will be
old. JOHN A. REEVE, Circuit Clerk,
April 3d, 1870. d-td
No ice is hereby given to Creed Ritc'.le
that Elizabeth Ritchie on tbe 2d day of
April, 1877, tiled in the eirctiit court of Al
exander county, State of Illinois, her bill
in chancery tor divorce trm him, the
said creed Ritchie, and that thereupon a
summons in chancery issued out ol said
court at the suit of said Klizabeth Ritchie
aud against the said Creed Ritchie return
able to a term of said court to be holden
at the court house in Cairo, In said Alex
ander county, on tbe third Monday of
May, A. D , 1S77, which said suit is now
peudiag beiore said court.
JOHN A. REEVE, Circuit Clerk.
April 3d, 1877. d-td
SQQQ Can't tie made Ty every agen
ww every month iu the business w
furniah, but those w illing to work can easily
tarn a dozen dollars a day right In their own lo
wlities. Have no room to explain here, Huni
seas pleasant and honorable, Women, boy
ind girls do as well as men. We will turn I ah
Lou a comiilete outfit free. The business pa y
etter than anything else. We will hear ' x
penoeof starting you. Particulars free. W ite
ind see. Farmers aud uieclutuics, their sous
ind daughters, and all clafses in need ot paying
work at home, ihould write tn us and lejru all
bout the work at once. Now is the time
don't delay. Addiass ims A Co. Augnata,
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syrup
Specialty in Teao
Goods Delivered Promptly.
t baaeerjr Jflw. '
Charles Thomas defendant is notified thai on
March 47th, 177, t annie Thomas complaiuant.
died her bill in chanotry, in the Alexander
county circuit court, Mw of Illinois, for di
vorce and that said suit la sow peadiug In said
curt: That thereupon a suiuinous was issued
out ut the elara'a olUee of said court againal
rou returnable on the third Monday in May,
677, to a term of said eurt then tu be poldra at
the court Iio use ta Cairo la said county aud
Dated March T, U7T.
John A. Ruvi.
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