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j ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
t. Any business firm can have three line
face, In tliU column under appropriate heading
aniici-ate ol SI .fto r moiiluor liryear
payable ojiarterly In advance.
Ifnrilnare, Htovea ! Tin Wire.
A. HAt.t.KY tealcr In stoves, Till and Hard
ware liuiden and laniKTs' Implements, W iru
iood-i, Kcirlgerators, I'ltnip and ladders.
Il'i t.ommcrrlal Avntlf. (, uttering, and -lob
Woi W done on bhrl notiiT.
.1. S.Mi iiAHliY-lniilerinh ltd and softlniu
tr, flooring, ceiling, eidintr and surface!
liiinU r, lath an I shingle. OlVue anil yard
i onicr Twentieth ulrwl and Washington avenue
LA M AM Kit A KKT.-Dealers in sash,
ttoors. Mi, ids, etc, hard nut ill hunter ami
hlnglrs Yard ami olio-, Commercial avotiue,
-iinier Kth street.
I). II AUTMAN I "ester In Queenae. are. Toys,
I amp n 1 all kinds ol lancy articl'-s. onimer
ru! avenue, corner 'th Btrwi.
Wll.I.fvM WIN! Ell-Sixth strut twtween
ioiiimcrriai avenue ami Washington avenue.
t lothing niiii Wen haul tailoring;.
JOHN AM KIM-M. n l.ant Tailor and dealer
lb lUsdy Made 1 l1tiirK 1 'lit" Is-'"'-
Steal taint) Agencies.
M .1. HOW I.EV-lt.l Estate Agent. Ilnvs
and .alls m eMate, collects rents, wivs taxe
l.ir non- resident", etc. Commercial a.enue, te
IvKWi Ninth ai.d Tenth slrceta.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
The Shortest atd
St, Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo.
tired tesli!. t&sUlnliiB
Train Leuvs Cairo
2 20 p.m. t .ut Fipre", arriving in St.
l.ouls :&0 p. in.; 1. bicago, ":.'!o, a. in.
2 20 p.ra, CINCINNATI & L.OUIS
V1LLE FAST LINE
At riving In Cincinnati 8:30. .m.: Louis
ville, s.U'i. am : '.n ii-map-ili", 4:1 a.m.:
la.eUj$cr- l)' inn t'lin arrne ai iu'jih
OF ANY OTflEK EOUTE.
1 ;3d p. ni. r a-t Ma'l with sleeper attach
d. for ST. I.i U IS ana CHK'ANO,
ai riling in M. Louis at 11:30 a.m. Chi
i am at 4.3') p.m. Coiinectihrf at Odin
or Hi!. nullum lor Cincinniti, l.otilu!le
FAST TIME EAST
ra-ener lv tliN line iri tlifoiiktli to
tlje Ka-t Without any ik-lay cnueJ J
Ih SATURDAY AKTFKNOON TRAIN
I'liiiM CAIRO ARKIVKS IN' NEW
V i H K MONDAY MORMNO
AT JO i r.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY oliiKR ROl'TK.
Ailvertlanmtnt of rouipeticc lici that
lht'V nitke )piler time tliao tliia oiic, are
hre'iuHl wittier through icorancc or u
lesire to nitnlead tUe putilio.
I oi ttii'Hi.'li tii-Wet bii1 inlorniution,
ipply at 1 H'nut- Ontrnl R. R. Drpot, Cairo.
Oen'l Southern Agt.
J. II. Jo.Kf, Ticket At.
li.i.l V liilM Ik JoiiiiU llltu llolii.
ttlicta ol rrroi and abui in!
rarlv lne. XUnuooJ Kcsturr'l. Ini-Q
rj inlliiruta t marriage nruiovnl. ffl
2 w it fthol ol trtratim-bt. Nw
2 ui"l runaikaliU mn' Ilea. II .ok jT
!vatiil rirculara etui free in walcy
" H .... .-..1 . - .A . llAU . DT. td.'Q
. II . 1 . '. R , .( 111 I .1W " -
tut uiiu.i, 4 in N. Ninth ai. l'liila-M
Hilt.liia I'm. An in&lltninin hsv-
glinka hiKh repuiation lor honor-,"
ial.l ... ..ulii.'t n.1 i .i-..f..i.ti.ma 1 1
Jt U now conceded tliat Mrs. Coleman,
:'..e laundrt w. No. 12 Fourth street, e-cwt-cn
Vshington and Commercial ave
sut'B, has one of the best conducted latin-
Jry estiiMirhments iii the city, nnd land-
.ord of hotels an 1 hoarding houses will
ttnd It to their advantage to call upon
Hearty lor Uiiaine AkhIii.
KblTOii liLLLETiN : I take plcamire In
l ulling the attention of the pulli: to the
liet that 1 have rebuilt and re-ettnh
lished the 1'nion Bakery on the Mt; ol
the building lately lot by lire on Com
iiiercial avenue, betweeu loitrth and
Klxth street?, where I w ill b pleaed to
w elcome all my old patrons as well as ail
vho desire a good article of bread, cakes,
-onfection, etc. I'havk Kb itkv.
Kotlce lo Contractor
The Cairo City Gas Company will re
ceive bids at their office, 182 Commercial
Avenue, from and filter thia date until
10a. rn. April lltli, 1S77, forthe trans
ferring of two barge loads ot coal from
barges on the Ohio river to the gas
works. There is about twenty-live
thousand bushels, and it will be let by
the bushel tok the lowest responsible
bidder, who will agree to throw It Into
piles fight feet high in sheds at the gas
works. Bidders required to furnish lines
and ppars necessary to hold barges in
proper position, and care to be used so as
tiot to sink barges. Bond and security
required for faithful performanco of
contract. H. T. Gkkoi i u,
April 7.1S7. .Superintendent.
To all who are sutlering from tlte
errors and Indiscretion! of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. Thii great
r tinetiy w as discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a stlf-ud-drossed
envelope to the ltev. Joseph T.
In man. Station D. Blblo Home, New
ASCALON LODUE, NO. 61.
Knluhl of Vylhuia, mceU evry !
diiy niirhl at hail-paut mrm. in 014
t'ellowa' Hall. Howa,
OALKXANDKTt LODUK, NO. 2.
Iiilniwl'nt OrJcr of 0lil-Kfl
liw, iiiorta rvcry lhnrixlay nlpht
at tialf- wt M-vcn. in tbctr Kail on
Joniim ri;il aveuur. Imtwrrn Blxth an Hvvculb
'rciU W iLth. !Uwai, N. U.
1AIRO KVCAMl'MKNT, I. O. O. r.,tnU
vin 01I-ri ll'iw' Hall on the Dm and third
i lun'lay in every moiitli, at lialf-at avrn
A. Com a of . C V
A CAIKOl.OIXiK. NO.'J7,A.r. A A. M.
Jm Hol'l regular ymmuni(tions in Ma
7t3T sonic Hull, corner ComniiTelat aveuup
' aml Kiirhlh atrsrt, on Uic acona anl
'ourth Moiplav ofear.li month.
HA11.J or AnVEMNIXU.
' IJ-AU hilla for B'Wtrtiam:, air lue aii'1 pay
able is ADVAWCB
Transient aJvertielng ill I Inaerteil at th
rate of II "0 per aquare for the Unit Insertion
and V centa for each lubaequent one A libaral
diacount will be made on atan.lliiK ami 'li".l
Kor inserting Funeral notice II in Notice ol
meet init of sorleMMi or secret orlers 5o centa for
Clinrch, Society, Fcalival tn l Supjier notices
Will only be Inserted as advertisements
No advertinenient will te received at less than
50 cents, and no advertisement will be Inserted
for leas than three, dollars rer month
!.(' I. Ill NlXl.nm MUl I.H
Of one aijuare (H linos pae') or more, in
serted in tlie Rt U.tll.v in lollow : (Less
than one s.jinre cotinli-d as asijiiHre.)
One intJfrtlon per square $ Wi
Two insertions jx r sijuare.
'1'hree insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square - 2 W)
One month per square 3 CO
Special rates made on lare advertise
ment! or for longer time,
FRIDAY. APRIL 13.:iS77.
o nnnouncement will be Inserted
In Hi fiiilleflii nnlew llie money -roiiiinle
llie tmn. I III rule l
ImperxOve. Kl. . nimnnce
ineiils lor t ll OrHee. " ; Alilernmn.
f or (it J Clerk.
K .11 lor ( ito Dullrtin:
I'leafC say to the vottrs Of Liro that, yleld
tt'itlie oliciialionsof iiianv frianda, 1 am a
ramlnlate Kr the otliceof CitT lerk, at the en
suing election. I ueel r.ol a-ture tnoM wno
Una; n.e ihnt 1 wn. if elerteu. uevoie my oai
eaji-t4 to a faithful and satisfactory iliMJhaig of
tbe dunes ul yvsilloa. luuriru,T,
r ak.u . pviri.
Ve are authri7e'l to announce Mr. John II.
Mi ill is an an indi'endeut randidate for the ollice
ol i itv Cierk at the i mirier election, i oes-iay,
April ITth, I-,,.
for Clly Treasurer.
V are aulhorwed to announce . M. Stork!
fif th a a eandidate for rr-eieclion lo the oi
ol tilv ireuiiiirer at the niiproat-hinK election.
We are authorized to ar.no-.ini 1 F. Parser
a-i a candidate f'ir the otli ol i.ity 1 reasuer.
for ( iljr Allornej.
We are authorized to announce Wrn. I)
tci,eeaaa candidate f..r the oflire ol City
llnrnian H. H' v l-Iis herel.y annotmced as a
candidate lor re-!e:tioB to the i.Uiee ol I itv
For Folire Maicilrnte.
Weure authoried to announce John J. ISild
is a candidate tor re-election at the cming
chaiter election to the office of l'o'.ire Magn-
I.ueal Heallier KeMtr.
Caibo. III., Airtl li leTT.Z
Wi.nd. Vkl. I WbihS
7 a .m.
Fergeant. SixLal Setvice. V. S. i
Monday, April 16th, 1877.
THE EMINEN TRAGED AN,
Will appeaKln hi grand Impersonation
Scale of price : Sovent-hve cents and
one dollar. No extra charge fur re
served neats. Sale ot seats commence
Thursday, April 12th, at ln Hart
man's queenswarc store.
TUo Celebrated Scientist '
Will deliver a Lecture at the
M K. CHURCH.
In tills city, on
Friday Evening, April 13, 1877.
APMllON 25 CENTS.
Xever It now u Iu Fall.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and LlouiUounJ has never bec,n known to
fail lu permanently curing obttlnate
coughs, colds, croup, w hooping cough, tior
any dieae of the renplrutory organs, aud
t does it. too. at once. It is not ucces-
s:ry to take it for a long time before you
cut discovei its beneficial effects, it sule
iu this community Is immense, and its pop
ularity uuiversal. It should not be clacsed
with compounds put up by inexperienced
hsnds. Do not fail to tive this great and
potent remedy a trial. It will not disap
point you. Tiy It one. Trial size, 10
cents. Regular size, t0 cents and one dol
lar Barclay Bros., Airent.
AUo axeuts for Prof. Park r's Pleasant
Worm syrup, which never fails. Pleas.
a ut to take, and requires uo phjiie. Prlc?,
2fi cents. 4-4-iw
Ifolloway Pills aud Oiulmeut.
Horotula was considered incurable until
he great discovery of "Hollo way's Pills
and O uient" flashed upon the world.
Diseases which bailled tin skill of the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
test remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneou eruptions
re curable by them. Tweuty-tiv! CUt
per box or pot.
Twenty barrels choice sweet potatoes
Just arrived, aud for sale cheap.
The best five ocntclgir made, for gale at
Corlls A Rankin's, corner Htxth street
and Ohio levco. Call and try them.
fleet oerln g-
The woman who attempted to commit
lulcldo ut the Grace Windsor bawdy
house on Tuesday evening by taking
laudanum, i now considered out oi
A rnlll! for a flue gold watch anil
chain will take place at the lliliemlan
engine house on Saturday evening at S
o'clock. Parties holding chances are
requested to be present at lhat time. 2t.
Farm for Rent.
A fine farm ol 85 acres in Alexander
county.on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Good dwelling, barn, well Ac,
on the place. Rent low to a good tenant.
M. .1. IIowi.ey,
3t Real K-tate Ag't.
Fushion Notes. Fur collars are little
worn by ladies this season, aud this will
give rise to many severe coughs and
colds. Dr. Bull's cough syrup is a cer
tain and safe cure In every ca-e. Price,
the Pound Parly.
The pound party at .Mr. C. N. Hughes'
last evening was largely attended. Ir.
James Johnson was the auctioneer, ami
that he performed his duties in a "highly
aceptable" manner cannot be questioned.
The amount realized was considerable,
and will go to the church.
Mr Beerwart declines to accept, the
nomination lor alderman from theSeeonJ
ward. The tollow ing W hU card :
Fditok Bulletin : Please say that it
!s impossible for me to accept th! nomi
nation of alderman from the Second
ward, tendered me Wednesday evening.
W. T. Bekrwart.
I'yer and cleaner of ladies' ami gentle
nienV garments, No. 3u F.ighth street,
Cairo. Gentlemen' hats dyed and
cleaned and blocked in the latest style.
Chemical soap on band, warranted to
remove Impurities from all tabrlcs with
out injury tottie material. lm.
Vol. John Wo oil in tlte I leld.
We understand Col. John Wood lias
coacluJed .to enter the race for alder
man in the Third ward. Who the Dem
ocrats will bring out is not yet positively
kaown, but we believe it is the desire ol
Democrats generally that the fiW J shall
be left ojien to all comers.
The famous weather prophet, Prof.
TiceofSt. Loui, will lecture in the
Methodist church this evening. The
piioe of a ImUsion is only twenty-five
cents, a price so low that all cm attend.
Besidei Prof. Tiee Is one of the greatest
scientists of the aire, aud this may be the
last timo he will ever come to Cairo.
Bird taver and ilium Kendall, a
couple of colored boys, were Vefore
Judge Bird on Wednesday for "pitching
craps." They were lined ton dollars aud
costs each, ami given a "stay of execu
tion during gooi behavoir." OfUcers
John Jlogan and Uladney made tin ar
Picture ami Brackets.
K. C. Ford lias removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. II has opened a
largo stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
chromos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture framing made a fpeolality.
Chromos mounted in the cheapest and
best s'tvle. lm
Fair and t'eittival.
The fair and festival for the beneilt ot
the German Catholic church and school,
this evening at the Rough and Ready
engine house, will be a grand aflair, for
the ladies ol the congregation have been
working very hard to make it pleasant
and agreeable for all that come. Come
one, come all, tor it is tor a good cause.
TUe Secuud Ward.
It is now probable that neither party
will nouihiato candidates for ulderuieu iu
the second ward. Mr. Beerwart. w ho
was nominated by the Democrats ou
Wednesday evening, declines tJ make
the race, and thus leave the field opeu to
Since the above was in type we learn
that Mr. J. .Morlock was nominated at a
meeting of the Democrats of the Second
ward, last night, In place of Mr, Beer
wart. llie nomination seems to give
satisfaction to the voters of lhat ward,
and his election, no doubt, is a certainty
The llotet R'poritr, published at Chi
cago, says: "We find the following
complimentary mention of a prominent
Chicago hotel man in tlie Xe.v York
Eetnlng Mail of recent date:" "Mr.
Jewett Wilcox, the new manager of tlie
far-famed Treinont Housf, Chicjgo, U
winniug(goldcn opinions froui all claases
ot traveleis. His management is judic
ious aud wise, and satisfactory to every
one. v e are gia l to hear that business
at the Tremont is excellent. It Is one of
the best ot the many hotels In the Garden
In the sky is a sign of God's promise that
the world should ueveraain he destroyed
by water; aud viewing the tenacity with
which men hold on to life, it is surprising
to all bow recklessly they snap the links
one after another, by paying no heed to
the derangement of t' eir constitution, be
cause they are so life-lit as to soon wear
away, Mistakeu delusions J Hone of the
parts of our delicately complex orgaaUiu
b j injuied, it throws greater strain on the
hersand all suffer. Wishing to maintain
the .auinial economy in a healthful state
and to restore lost power, we have only to
V!! the celebrated Home Stomach Kit
The following notice of Lawrence
Barrett"! llauslct" w5 take from the
Indianapolis Sentiid i
The Grand opera hoiHO was filled to
its remotest comers last night by the
audience that cathercd to witness Mr.
Lawrence Barrett's subjection to the
crucial test of histrionio power involv
ed iu the presentation of Hamlet. This
character belongs to a class w ith which
the public Hie so familiar that it Is better
treated by a tew comparisons and sug
gestions than by elaborate and hack
neyed analysis. In the firit place Mr.
Barrett's Dane is the traditional
Hamlet of the English aud
American stage, the dreamy, mel
ancholy, unbalanced youth, shaken and
finally oyerthrown by the blows of late,
rather than the "sane and healthy brute"
made familiar to Engll-hmeu by Irving,
to Americans by Fee liter, and to both by
Barry Sullivan. Mr. Barrett's conception
Is in its comprehensive features that ot
Edwin Booth's though in some feature he
endeavors to gild the r!lned gold ot that
graceful actor by even closer attention to
detail of finish. His perfect reading
found Its best exposition in the soliloquy
and in the speech over the skull, while
the peculiar quality of his powerful and
flexible voice heightened the pathetic in
terest of the most thrilling
scenes. There are some trif
liug novelties in his mako up
and business, the former being chiefly
noticable in a tendency to amplitude of
drapery, and the latter showing an
almost morbid care lor stage eflVcts.
Altogether, it may be said of Barrett's
Hamlet, that if It falls short ot positive
genius it Is a product of the highest
grade of talent, nurtured by carefu',
study and directed and controlled by a
nice critical ta5te. 'The support was bet
ter than on tlie previous night. Mr.
Norton as the Ghost found full scope for
his prevailing tendency iu the stilted and
lugubrious declamation proper to a dis
embodied spirit. Mr. Price) was much
better than the usual stock Laertes, Misg
IVForrcut was a grace! til and apprecia
tive Ophelia and lis Emma Stowe as
the queen brought an often slurred part
into prominence by some sxcellent act
ing. A Hurl of Wnrninif to f'onnterleif era!
The wide-'prea 1 fame t-f llotetter's
Stomach bitters causes a necessity on
our part to remind, from time to time,
whom it may concern, ot the fact that
imitating said article is a punishable of
fence, and we now give th'.f word ot
caution, that we w ill most assuredly
have all those persons engaged In re
filling our second hand bottles, selling ,
by the gallon or barrel, or in any man
ner whatsoever palming ofi on the pub
lic a spurious article purporting to tie our
preparation, punished to the lull extent
of the law. We never fail to convict, as
the New Orleans and St. Louis Court
records lully allirm. Penalty lor coun
terfeiting, or dea'ing in counterfeit trade
mark goods, cs set forth in a law recently
passed by Congress "Fine not exceed
ing $l.tX, or imprisonment not more
than two years, or both such line and
Notice to dealers and purchaser?.
Hostetter's Bitttera are never, under any
circumstances, sold iu bulk, but always
in bottles, with a finely engraved l S.
internal revenue (special proprietary)
stamp covering the cork of each bottle,
fastened to both sides ot the neck of
same. All bitters purporting to be Ho3
tetter's, without this stamp, are counter
feit. HOsTKTTKR & SMITH.
The candidates for tlie various ollloes
are working with an energy and de
termination to win worthy of the cause
In which they are enlisted. Dr. Smith is
active, an I in his canvas ot the city is
receiving assurances of support from
sources entirely unexpected, and which
in the final struggle will be ot great as
sistance to him. Mr. Stockfleth, the
candidate for treasurer, is loosing no
time, nor leaving a stone unturned
iu behalf ot himself nnd the
other candidates. Mr. Fitzgerald is. no
less active, and whe rever aud whenever
he strikes, ke makes It count. Few men
In the city wield a greater influence ttiuu
loea Dick Fitzgerald, and that ho is
making that Influence felt is a matter ot
no little anxiety to his opponents. Fred
Smith is not idle. lie Is doing good
work, aud making frieutls wherever he
goes. All in all, the canvass goes bravely
on, and with each day the prospects for
the success of the candidate's siuyly and
collectively becomes brighter and
Mrs. Kwuudcr'a Milliiiory flazitr.
Airs. M. A. Swander wants the ladies
ot Cairo and vicinity to know that she
has brouj-ht ou u new and beautiful
stock of millinery goods, and takes the
best plan tor acquainting them with that
fact by advertising in the Uim.i.ktin'.
Ladies, if you want handsome spring
bonnets, cf tlie new chips, tuscuu braids,
straws,Leghorns,etc. elegantly trimmed,
call oa Mrs. S wander and get what you
want. It you want beautiful hosiery,
for yourself or children, etc., call on
Mrs. S wander and get what you want.
II you want kid gUycs of best quality at
extremely low prlces.handsome neckties,
ditto; beautiful iMius ami laced bibs all
sizes, ditto; tine handkerchiefs, lace,
plaln,and embroided, vailing of all kinds,
ditto. Mrs Swauder oilers all these at
prices that defy competition. She also
will bleach and press bouueU and hats at
the mjst reasonable prices.
A Card lr IdOlou! Keailera.
Irrational people always reject good
advice and in nothing Is their folly more
frequently conspicuous than in ignoring
precautions necessary for the retention of
a.s A .a. 11 ...
iteaiin. r oreeasi, M me oim r hand, is a
notable characteristic of the rational, and
it is the exercise of this quality which
we would suggt-t to them. Protect the
system against diseases which fasten
upon the de-bilitatcd, the nervous aud the
dyspeptic, by bracing the physique.rcgu
latiug the stomach, bowels and liver, and
banishing elesponuency with the purest
and most etllclent ot botanic invlgorants,
liostetter'i Slouiacli Bitters. That these
effects tollow its use, and that it pre
vents as well as annihilates intermittent
and remittent fevers, are fact established
by Indisputable evidence. To enjoy the
twin blessing! ot "a sound mind and
sound body" In all their plentltu le, try a
course of this sterling me Jicine,
The Thirrt AIMI Filth Ward Democrat.
At the meeting ol the Third ward
Democrats at tlio Hibernian engine
house, on Wednesday evening, a com
mittee ( three to act as challengers wan j
appointed. The following persons are
the challengers, John Cain, W. F.
Scbucktrs and XV. K. Hendricks. A
"rallying committee," composed of rive
members, td-wlt : Win. Loncrgan, Wm.
Mcllalc, Mike Hoar, Patrick Clancy and
Charlio Delay was also appointed.
At the meeting In the Filth ward a like
course was pursued and both challengers
and a "rallying" committee was
appointed. It will bo tho duty
"f the "rallying" commit ties
to see that every Democratic
voter Iu their resnecMve wards Is brought
to the polls on election day and cast!
his ballot. Wc believe the Democrats
ol the Third and Fifth wards have taken
a wise, course, and one which will result
in lucreaslng the Democratic vote. Wo
suggest to the other wards the propriety
ot following their example.
Mr. Walter Hyslop is attending the
session of tho Southern Illinois Preby.
tery at Shawneetown.
An election for one school trustee
w ill take place at the Arab engine house
on to-morrow, Saturday,
Rev. Dillon-Lee, the new pastor of
the church ot the Redeemer, will preach
his first sermon as jut-tor of the church
on Sunday next.
Maj. Morrill, who w as one of the
guests ut the Southern hotel when that
establishment took fire, bus returned to
Street Superintendent Gorman, with
the sidewalk repairers, yesterday put
dow n a number of new plank, iu the
walk before the Alheiieuui. 'This was
a much needed piece of work.
The candidates nominated by the
Fourth and Fifth ward Democrats are
generally acceptable to the mass of the
votfcrs in the respective wards. Mr.
Foley, the candidate iu the Fourth ward,
is a young man of considerable ability
and an industrious worker.
He is popular with tlie people
of his ward, and there is scarcely a doubt
but that he will be elected by a hand
some majority. In the Fifth ward Wal
ton W. Wright is the candidate. Mr.
Wright is well known In business clr.
cles as an active, energetic and
capable business man. In the
council would be an active and
useful member. That he will be elected
wo have not the slightest doubt.
Tobacco and figer.
Merchants.grocers, and saloon-keepers
should not forget that Messrs. Corlis A
Rankin, proprietors of the Prairie State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an establishment at the corner
of Sixth street and Ohio levee in this
city w here they will do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have ou hand the largest
aud most complctu stock oi
tobaco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trado at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
It is rumored that the'.BtLLEriN will sue
the tity for a bill nor, allowed In full by
the council. Sun.
Tho Bulletin has an established
scale of prices for all work 'ot whatever
character, whether advertising or job
work. When an Individual citizen has
work done by us we charge him
according to that scale ot
prices; we have no contract with the city
aud If the city authorities desire
us to work tor them we will do it at tie
same rate we would for any citizen, and
for no less. We have a bill against the
city for advertising, and propose to' col
lect it hi full.
Caiho, I LI I von, Thcbsday Kvasisu,
April li, is::.
The market here is quiet and steady,
with no material change Id the general
condition ot trade. There Is a stronger
feeling among dealers in flour, and they
are disposed lo hold off, believing that a
further advance In prices is sure to take
place soon. The market for all other ar
ticles remains In T pretty much tlte sime
condition as last reported.
The weather is plca.aut, but the in
dications of more rain are strong. Uate3
to New Orleans by river 30 cents per
dry bbl. and 15 cents per cwt. The
Ohio and Mississippi rivers are rising
rapidly at this point, but are fulling at
THE MA It HEP.
flrS-Our friends should bear iu mind
that the prices hero given are only for
sales from lirst hands in round lots. In
rilling orders and lor broken lots it is
necessary to eliarge. ou advance over
Aii advance of about 25 cents on all
grades has taken place since last report.
and dealers geuerally autioipaU a still
greater advance isoon. Wheat ot all
grades has advanced from 7 to 10 ci nts in
all the leading markets w ithln the last
day or two, and this advance it is be
lieved is suro to send prices
of flour up. Dealers are disposed
to hold otl tor higher rates, and as a cou
sequence transactions siuce last report
have been light. The supply ot choice
grades is fair, with a moderately active
demand. Medium aud low grades are
lu better stock, with a fair trade doing.
Sales noted were: 100 bbls. Good Fam
ily, $7 50; 100 bills, various grades,
$5 5Q3 25; 63 bbls. various grades, on
orders, $6(3 50; 50 bbls. various grades,
$6(sJ T5; 100 bbls. Choice Family, $st;
400 bbls. various grtdm, $'J').
Receipts ot hay are very light, and the
stock on the market has been greatly re
duced. There Is a fair dtu ind tor good
mixed to choice Timothy at prices rang
ing from f 10 50 to $12. Prices are steady
and Arm. Sales reported were 2 cars
cUolc mixed, fllU 50; 1 car choice
timothy, 12; 1 car choice Timothy, $12;
I car choice timothy, $12; 1 car choice
'I here Is but little choice corn arriving,
and the supply on tho market Is limited
There is eomo demand for choice white,
rrlces are firm at quotations. We note
sales oi 2 cars white mixed, In bulk on
track, 40c; 1 car choice white, In bulk on
I. C. track, 41c; 2 cars white, In sacks,
ou orders, 47c; 2 cars white In
sacks, 47c; 2 cars white in sacks, 40c; 800
sack mixed, 4244c; 300 sacks white,
An advance ot about 1 cent ju all
grades has taken place since last report.
Receipts are light, and the supply has
been reduced until there is very little on
the market. The demand is limited,
and transactions have bceu very light.
Sales reported were 1 car Northern hi
bulk, 37c; 1 car Galena, mixed, 41c.
The supply of city meaj on the mar
ket Is limited, while the demand Is fairly
active, and prices firm nt quotations.
Transactions in country meal are light
and principally at $2 to $2 10. Sales
reported were 2.4 bbls. city, $2 25 ; 20
bbls. St. Charles, $2 30 ; 350 bbls. city.
Bran is ia light supply and active de
mind at an advance of $1 fo $2. Ssles
reported were 100 sacks, $20; 40 sacks,
$21; 75 sacks, $20.
Receipts ot potatoes are light, and the
supply on the market has been reduced
far below the requirements of trade.
Choice peach blows are worth $3 to
$3 25; white Early Rose are worth $3 25
to $3 50. Common and mixed vary
from $2 50 to $3.
Common are plenty and dull. Choice
are in fair demand at fair prices. Supply
light. Sales were: 20 bbD. Wlnesap and
Romanites, $2 15(4 2 25; 50 bbls. Choice
Ben Dayis, $33 25.
Receipts of butter, all of it medium
and low grade, since last report, have
been large, and the market is now over
stocked with these grades, llie de
mand is light and It Is ditllcult to work
oil. Choice table butter is scarce and
wanted at good prices. Sales reported
were 500 lbs. Michigan, packed, 25(o,20c;
700 lbs. Central Illinois, packed, 13(S22c;
1,100 lbs. Southern Illinois, In nails and
Good demand, w.tb but lew on the
market. Sales were 700 dozen, ship
per's count, llc; 10 cases, 12j.
There is a fair demand for choice old
liens at J Zo. Mixed chickens are
worth i2 50 to 2 75. Sales reported were
3 coops mixed chickeus at $2 50(5.2 75.
Sales of lard were 10 kegs kettle ren
Onions are in fair supply and lituited
demand. Choice j'cllow arc selling at
$150 to $4 75, and good red at ff to
White beans arc plenty and dull. They
are worth $1 75 to $2 per bushel for
choice; common and stained are worth
There is an abundance of all kinds of
dried fruit on the market. The demand
is light. Prices are, apples 4 to IJe;
peaches, 8 to 9c.
There is no demaod lor dressed meats,
the season beiug too far advanced to.han
die it with safety. There Is very little ou
the market, aud there Is no call tor it.
There Is no change In prices.
Sales provisions were 1 cask short
rib sides, dry salt, SJe.;l cask sugar
cured plain hams, 114lljc.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Sales of hides and tallow reported were
000 lbs. dry flint 1414Jc; 2S0 lbs. green,
c; 400 lbs. green salt, CJc. Sales of tal
low were 200 lbs. CJc.
Sales were 2 bbls. Sweet cider, pure
Ft'RS Beaver No. 1 $2 DO; No.
$0; No. 2 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.C0
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. 3 60c
No. 4 10c. Raccoon No. 1 70c ; No. 1
40c; No. 3 0c; No. 410c. Skunk No.
I 85c No.2 0c; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c
Fox- Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. S
50 red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c
Oposum No. 1 10c; No. 2 8c; No. S.
35c. Muskrat No. 120c; No.2 15c; No
3 10c. Bear No. I $10; No. 2 $7 No. 5
$:t; No4$I. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2.50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 1 ; No. -1 7,x! ,
Prarie Wolf No. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 !Wc;
Wild 'at 25c House '.at 10c. Badgr
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon ot.
track, lump. $3; nut, $2, uelivered u,
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75.
delivered per single ton, lump, $1; nut
$3 25; Rauui or Hatrisbuig coal on
truck ix-r load. lump. $27; nut, $lt; de
livered per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg per car
l . l . .... . I- S.Jl ...... ,t
loads on track, $5 50 jier tti
Wis HarAMTasrJT. kitcm Riror, 1
AprUlU, ls7 7. i
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New Orleans ..
llelow high water 174.
JAUES WA1 BON,
Sergeant. Signal ttvrvice, H 8. A.
Steamer James Flak, Paducab.
John GUiaore & tow, St. Louis.
City of Alton, St. Louli.
J. It. Klgley, St. Louis.
Ironsides A Bgs, Sf. Louis.
E. O. Stanard, New Orleans.
Golden Rale, New Orleans.
Belle Memphis, St. Louli.
6amr. Miller, New Orleans.
Coal Hill & low, St. Louis.
V. XV. Anderson, Nashville.
VtcAinrr James Fisk, Paducab.
" City of Alton, New Orleans.
Jos. Bigley, tow, St. Louis.
" Ironsides, & bgs., Pittsburg.
' E. O. Stanar, St. Louis.
Golden Rule, Cincinnati.
" Belle Memphis, Memphis. ,
S:iml Miller & tow, Ohio river.
Tho Ohio river is still rising rapidly
here. The rise yesterday was 1 foot ft
Inches. It is falling at all nointa ahnva
however. At Cincinnati the fall was 1
inch, and at Louisville 2 Inches. It also
fell at Evnnsville, but how much is not
repotted. The rise In the Mississippi at
St. Louis in tho 24 hours ending at five
o'clock last evening was 8 Inches. The
Cumberland Is stationary at Nashville.
The Missouri river is falling at all points
above St. Louis.
Business on the landing was moder
ately fair, though not active. The
weather was cloudy and clear altern
ately, and indicated rain at dark.
DRS. CANINE & WniTLOCK,
Having entered Into a co-partnership, for the
miniose ol prirticinK dentistry, in all It
branches, would renperttully inform thone need
ing the services of t dental onerator. that the v
arc prepared to attend to their wants in every
The IliliiiK of teeth done In the mont satisfac
tory manner. Insertiu artillc.ial dentures, al
ways with a view of restoring, as lar as nrac-
ticahle, the lout contour and natural axriressian
of the moat improved methods and materials
leetn ettrncteil absolutely without im by
UMtig nitrous oxide gas.
lhey ex Una an invitation to all, to call and
see them and solicit a liberal share ot their pat
ronage. ot &ruArintc l. Prices moderate.
cam Nr. wMiriocK.
II') Commercial avenue, betwten Sth and t'th Ms.
ne mane ny every areji
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urn a dor.en dollars a day riRht in their own lo
?4ilitis. Have no room to explain nere. Tu l
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nd RirU Uo as well as men. We will turnish
you a coniolele out 11 1 free. The business a a
better than anything else. We will bear ex
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mil see, Karuus-s and mechanics, their son
ind daughters, and all claases in need ot paying
work tit home, should write to us and le.rn as
ibout the work at once. Now is the tion
don't delay. Address True A Co. Augusta
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