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MlHO BUSINESS HOUSES
Hat. Any lttln,seflnnrnhayethTrellBee
$ -e, in Ulia column under apiToprlitlr beading
itinerate ol l.6i r moutn or pw jiii
pSYaiiie qunrterfy in advance.
Ilnrilwitrf! Moves M4 TIN Ware.
A. HALT.ET-TeW-rln Slorea.Tlnand Hard
Vare, Uanlen and Farmers' Implements, Wire
,otis. KetrifrerHiors, rnntns ami udilm,
1 16 LomnuToial Avenue. OutteriBe;, and Job
Work done on snort notice.
ler, floorinr, ceiling, siding and surfaced
liinitier. lath and ahlnrle. oilics- and yard
i orntr Twentieth atrect and Washington a veoue
f . - f PTITtl & 1 1 T f ' If I - I . h.
oiMira, blinds, etc., hard and oft lumber and
hlnjrlee. Yard and office. Commercial avenue,
.orner l"ll street.
I). U Afmf AN rnttr in Qtieenswsre, Toya,
I aiups and all kind, nf fancy article. Comuier
;:ul avenue, corner ib tUul,
WILLIAM WINTKIt-Slsth Html between
uiuniercial avenue and Washlnston avenue.
Clothing; anil Merchant TailorlneT
JOHN ANTRIM-.Mcr. hant Tailor and dealer
In Jieady Made Clothing. 71 Ohio Levee.
Heal Katato AerenrleHS.
M .1. HOWI.KY-Keal Estate Aent. Hnya
ill sells real estate, collects renin, paya taxee
lur tinn-reilenta etc. Commercial avenua, I
tween Ninth and Tenth atrerle.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
The Shortest and
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo
Making lireci tali.. E: I ::::
Trains Leave Cairo
I !0 Tt f.xpresa, arriving iu ft.
Louis rV.Vi p. um Chicago, 7:tt, a.m.
2-20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VILLE FAST LINE
Arriving In ClO'lnn-ili .V), a.m.:, LmiL
wile, i a tn : Indianapolis, 4:15 a.m.:
t'a-.ptiifei-s hy thi" train arrive at above
Of ANY OTHER B0UT2.
1 .11 p. ui. Knot Mail with sleepers attain
etf. for ST. LnfH and CHICAGO,
rrivlB; In (M. Loul a :.'I0 a.m. . hi
re ro at 4.30 p.m. Conneetiuir at Odin
vt F.rtlnirhstn tor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
r'vei)Hr by thl Hue go through to
the Lat without any ilf lay t ue 1 by
I be SATURDAY AFTERNOON TRAIN
I KOM C A M'. ARK1VFS IN NKW
VuKli MONDAY MOKN'IX
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
UI ANY OTHER KOL'TK.
AJvtrtUt-uicr.H of cciuj.etlni' lint that
l ) r y lu.ke be'.trr time irmn thla one, are
wre laxned eitber through igaorance or a
telp- to ini!cad Ihe public."
Jrrr through tit Vela ari l Information,
iLrlv ! '. Llit.o1" C fcti il H. K. Df pot. Cairo.
Gen'! Southern At.
J. 11. .Jones Ticket Ait.
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Ibi.jiV iti.ul 1. 1 oln.( lue.i iroui.
,ibe vOeon ol erroia aud abu inl
Lyj pq rvlvlilc MaLUoolKtoret. im-H
New n vlbod of treatment. New
k Z3,and remarkable rmdie. U.ok .
mtervj nT cireujar sent rree in i-eaieiij
"H envelope. Addema Howard A4Jg
K eoctTiu!. 410 N. Ninth '. Tliila-M
3a rtelihia. l a. An tmtltution bav- rr
d'inira biyh renuiation lor honor-
"lalila cunduct and rofviunal
Hollo way Pills aud Oiutineat
Scrofula was considered incurable until
be great discovery of "Hollows) 's FllU
and O uicot" dished upon the world.
OUeases which baffled the ekill of the
Oiedlcal sehool.J, readily )lcld to these peer
tees remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
ihcum, itch, and all cutaneous eruption
reeurable by thttn. Tweuty-tivc tents
per box or pot.
rirst-rioas Lauaurj .
It is now coneeilcd that Mrs. Colcuian, !
;Le lauiiJresi", No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Wafhinton and Coramerelal aye
aues, has one of the best conducted lniin
1ry establishment iu the city, and laud
.ord of hotels an J boarding bouses will
and it to their advantage to call upon
Dyer and cleaner of ladle and aeulW
wens' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
t'alro. (ientlemeus' hats dyed and
rleaued and blocked In the latest style.
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
leuiove Impurities from all labrlos with
out Injury to the material. l"i.
Mcturea and llrueLela. '
K. C. Ford ha removed hU 'ai iety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
largo stock ol brackets, shelves, frames,
cluonios, picture cord aud tasels, cur
tain taasels. lancy iiail-s hat racks, etc.
Picture Iramlng umda a speciality,
t.'hromos moan ted In the cheapest and
U-st tyle. ' lru
liefilgerators, the very best, at A.
Ilalley's, 115 Coraerclal avenue. Also
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table and
IKMket cutlery. and i"'
ulaments, plows, ooin planters and
shellers. .ulkey rakes, and a general
ttock of stovee, tin and hardware,
flower stands, both wire and wood,
Itower trainers, diflerent styles, hanging
Ka.vpti. of nil kinds : the largest variety
of bird caes In the city and will be sold
wy low at A. HaUeys, 1 15 Coiamerclal
ASCAXOlf LODGE, MO. SI.
E n Igh t of Fytta las , meets every M-
hit nigni at naii-paa. neven. in
fellows' liall. l(ol,
ALEXANDER LODQK. NO. KM.
p Independent Order of Odd-rel-
s. jf lows, inert every .Durnuay nifrni
iwe at hair-past acveji. In their hall on
-Oinnicreial avenue, between sixth and Seventh
:rev . Wiu. K. Ha wains, N. O
iaiko encampment, i. o. o. f.. meeui
Via Udd-Frllowa Hall on the Unit and third
l ucsilay in every month, at half-past seven
A. Coatino., C P
CAIKOl-ODOK. NO. 237, A. T. A A. M.
Hold mrular oommunicationa In Ma
annic Hall, corner Commercial arennc
and I.laliui atrnet. on tha aeeond and
'oorth Monday of each month.
RATES OF ADTER I8IHU,
E7AU billa for advertlainf , are due and pay
able ut ADVAHCB
Tranaient advertielng will be InaarU-d at th
rate of 11 00 per aqnare for tha Drat inetrtion
nod BO cent for each aubaequent on A liberal
discount will be made on standing and dUpl
For Inaertlng roneral notio $1 00 Notice ol
meeting ofaocletiea or aecret orders 60 cents for
Church, Society, festival and Sapper notices
will only be Inserted at advsrtiiiemeuts
No advertlaeruent will be received at ! thai.
So cents, and no advertisement will be Inawted
for leaa than three dollars tier month
local. nt fti!a.ns noirr.t
Of one aquare (4 line paee) or more, ln-
serU .l in the Billetis tut follows : (Less
than one square counted a a aquare.)
One insertion per square - $ 50
Two insertions per square.- 7.1
Threeinsertions per square...?....-..... 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per aqnare H SO
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time.
FRIDAY. APKIL 29. 1877.
Iteavl Weatber Ucpaira,
Calbo. lit., A.nl 19 Io7.
Ham, j TBI. Wijcd.
2.S77 67 SY
.'.?: I V5 Culm
1 : 1
l-mull .' 2 Incli.
frcMiut, Pijruil Bervlce. I'. 9. A.
CIIAK. A. DI PREZ, Manager .
Monday, April 23d, 1877.
Still on the match of triumph.
DUPREZ & BENEDICT'S
Burlesque Opera Troupe and Bras Band
On tbeirtwentv-flfth annual tour.
I ttir Onurnnial llniliant OrKantration
CumpoH of only Popular diiinguinbi artists
ol variom tpecialtieii, forminx a ktrong corps
of vocaluis, cjmediaua. solo mutlciana Lthio-
pian deJineatora, artistic dancers and
i:uil iiU i'onator4, Intro lucintf concsrU of
merit and brilliancy.
Admlptlon SO and 75 ceata. No extra cburgs
lor remvad aeata on aals at Hartmau'a store.
To ail who are fullering from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
voris weakness, tarly decay, loss of luan
lnod, etc., I will send a recipe that will
inn1 you, free of charge. This gnat
rtueUy wan diicovered by a lulaslouary
in South America. Send a self-ud-ilrt
ssed envelope to the Hev. Jo'ph T.
Itiman, Siatiou D. Bible House, N'ew
Ti CitV. I- )-ClU
Tobacco and t'ir.
Merch iiit,groceri, and sal oon-kee pers
should not lorget that Messrs. Corlls &
Ksnkln, 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 where they will do a wholesale nnd
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hind the largest
and most complete stock ol
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wauH of the trade at the
lowest living priees. Dealers ore In
vited to call and examine their stock.
la lUe kj is a sign of God's prooiise that
the world should never again be destroyed
by water; aud vlewlo? the tenacity with
which men hold oa to life, it U surprising
to all how recklesnly they snap the links
one after another, by puylng no heed to
the derangement of their coiutitution, be
cause they are o light as to soon w ear
aw ay. Mistaken delusions ! If one of the
parts of our delicately complex organism
be Injured, It throws greater strain ou the
uruil u!l suffer. WUhiug to maintain
the animal economy iu a healthful state
and to retor lost power, we have only to
use the celebrated Home Stomach fit
ter. - w
Mover Known to rail.
Dr. Monis' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
sud llourhound has never been known to
fall in permanently curing obstinate
cough, colds, croup, whooping coufh, nor
any dUeao of the respiratory organs, and
t does It, too, at ouee. It is not ucees
sar) to take it for a louj; time before you
rau diseovei it beneficial effects. Its sale
In this community Is immense, aud U s pop
ularity universal. It should not be clawed
with compounds nut up by inexperienced
hands. Do not fall to pive this great and
potent remedy a trial. It will not diaap.
point you. Try It one. Trial size, 10
nts. Regular 60 cents and one dol
far Barclay Bros., Agent.
Also agents for Prof. Tarksr's Pleasant
Worm 6yrup, which never fall. Pless.
ant to take, and requires no physic. Pries,
25 cents. 4-4 w
lir W. C. Joealyn
lias received a
large assortment ol artificial teeth, aud is
prepared to supply all of his patrons.
All branches ot dentistry performed la
the most durable manner. Call at once,
Office Eighth street between Washlag
ton and Commercial avenues, Cairo, fill-noil.
Pay your taxes and save cost, as I am
bound by law to advertise for Judfe
ment on or before the first day of May,
1877. P. Saw.
For artistic Photographs at a moderate
cost call at Qusiave Wetzel Is (ialltiry.
JIT Tor Metrapolls.
Sir KniKbts Barclay, Dunning, and a
Dumber of others, went to Metropolis
last evening to attend a meeting oi Me
It may save your life, for It cures your
cold and cough. Dr Bull's Cough
Syrup. Buy It, Try It. It never falls.
Only costs 25 cent a bottle.
There will be a special meetlnir of the
city council licit! this evcnlnir to canvass
thercturnsof the late elecUon and de
clare the result.
farm lor Bent.
A fine farm of acre In Alexander
county ,on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Good dwelling, barn, well, &c.
on the place. Kent low to a good tenant.
M. J. How LET,
3t Real Estate Ag t.
Mrs. Seaotland his just opened a new
stock of millinery goods on Seventh
street b tck of Messrs. Greer & White's
ftore. Bleaching and repairing done In
the latest styles. Please give me a call.
No trouble to show goods. 4-10-2t
1 Peachea Safe.
The Farrntr and Fruit Grower, of the
15th, says of the peaches In Southern Illi
nois: "Up to the time of going to press
the peaches are all safe, and growers are
In the best of spirits. The trees are In
full bloom, and the prospects are very
flattering lor a large crop."
1 take this opportunity of informing
my friends and patrons that I have re
tired from the practice of medicine in
Cairo, and hope that they will show
the same lav jrs to my worthy successor
that Uiey have shy wen to me ; and I can
also say that Cairo has my best w ithes,
and her citizens my kindest regards.
U. S. Brigham.M. D.
Cairo, III., April 19, 1S77. 2-20 3t
Winter A Stewart, 111 Commercial
enue, will sell at
PUBLIC AUUTIO X.
Saicedav Mor.vi.vo, 10:30 O'Cloce,
April 21, 1877.
Book-Case, Kitchen Safe, Cupboird,
Glass and Queensware of all kinds
Chairs.Stoves. etc. 2t.
'ot for Low License.
Alderman Lancaster desires it to be
understood that he is not in favor ol low
license, and points to his record on this
question as proof of the assertion.
Somehow we had got Into our mind that
Mr. Lancaster was an advocate of low
license, and thought it so strongly that
we did not hesitate to put him dewn
among the "low license aldermen."
The Dead Line.
The Farmer and Fruit Grouser 6ayg ;
"Peach trees, at Villa Kidge, began to
blossom on the last day ol March and
were In full bloom by the 8ih ot April.
Bslow a certain level every bud was
killed by the January freeze. Above
that level the bloom is abundant, even
Early Crawford having blossoms enough
for a fair crop. In orchards planted on
slopes running ; low enough the dead
line Is distinctly dellned."
Ike Mlaavs Mcriure.
The Cape Girardeau -Vews of Wednes
day says: "Misses Mollie and Jennie
McClure, from McClureyllle, Ills., paid
our city a flying visit on Saturday last.
Wc do ourselves the honor of saying that
the young ladies were looking
splendid yes, cb arming, and seemed to
be In fine spirits. We almost envy these
ladies their beautiful rural home, situated
aslt is, upon the banks ot Clear creek
and surrounded bv almost Immeasurable
wheat fields, beautiful lawns and flower
gardens. Oh ! how delightful it must be
to spend a day on the banks ot the beau.
tif nl Clear creek, accompanied by two
of Illinois' fair daughters." McClure-
ville is inClear creek precinct, iu this
county, and the young ladies above re
ferred to are the daughters of Mr. Tom
McClure, one ot the wealthiest and most
enterprising tklzens ol the county.
The sales at the Farmers' warehouse
yesterday comprised thirty-threo hogs
heads, as follows: 10 hhds. lugs, as tol.
lows: $i 30, 4 25, 3 50, 4 25, 3 10, 3 25,
3 35, 4 25, 3 55, 3 50, 3 00. ; 3 75,
4 10, .4 35, 3 00, 4 10. 17 hhds. low
to medium leal $7 80, 0 50, 6 30, C 50,
0 30, 7 00, 8 00, 7 50, 8 10, 8 30, 7 70,
C 10, 5 00, 6 20, 7 50, 7 25, 8 23. The
attendance ot buyers was good and the
bidding spirited. All tho sales above
reported w ere bone fide, and no rejec
tions. There was no good tobacco
on tho breake, though the prices
obtained for that oll'ored were good and
in every cuso satisfactory. There Is a
very large amount ot tobacco yet In the
country, not to exceed one-fourth ot last
year's crop having been marketed, and
the warehouses look for busier times
soon. The weather for the last week
has been favorable-for handling tobacco,
and it is expected that it will commence
to move freely immediately.
Two Jrrocouellable t'oudltioua.
Debility and health are Irreconcilable
conditions. Weakly people, that is to
say people who lack the vitality requl
sit) lor a vigorous discharge of each and
all of the bodily (unctions, are invaria
bly afhlcted with some, though it may
be a trifling, disorder ol the system
Atony, or a want ot muscular and ner
vous vigor, is accompanied by poverty of
the blood and leanness. A certain way
to overcome It aud prevent the aggra
vated maladies to which it mutt ultl -
mately lead is to tise Hostttter's Stom
ache Bitters, which promote digestion
and assimilation ot the food, and thus
are the means ot furnishing the body
with a supply of blood of a qualify es
sential to lis pioper nourishment, in
vlgoratlon through the Instrumentality
ot the matchless tonic protects the fee
ble from a hosts of bodily Ills which
lurk In smbush lor the debilitated. The
hitters arc nn article which it it most
desi.ablc to keep constantly on band.
A New Aarlealtnral Janrnal.
We have received a copy ol the Fanner
and Frult'Orower, a new "scmi-tnouthlv
journal, devoted to the luterests of the
farmers, gardeners and fruit-growers of
Southern Illinois." Th s journal Is pub
lished at Anna, Illinois, h T. F. Bouton
ct Son. It is a handsomely printed
twelve page volume, and contains much
reading that Is valuablo to farmers and
fruit growers. Among the regular con
tributions to the Farmer and Fmlt
Orotcer, we may mention Judge
A. M. Brown, of ilia Kidge j Hon.
T. A. E. Holcomb, Cobden; Mr. Parker
Earle, Cobden. Rev. J. M. Farris Anna;
Mr. Bristol,' Dongolu; Dr. F. M. Agnew,
Makanda; Mrs. , Mattie A. L. Holcomb,
and Mrs. Melaney T. Earle, Cobden, and
many oiher of like note in this part ot
the state. This new journal Is just what
the agriculturists and every one engaged
in agricultural pursuits in Southern Illi
nois wants, and It should be found in
every farmhouse. It cost but one. dollar
Is II Eligible?
There seems to be a doubt In the minds
of some of the first ward people about
the eligibility of Mr. Wm. O'Callulmn,
alderman elect from that waid. It will
be remembered that Mr. O'Callahan's
residence and place of business was de-
sirojeu oy ine lire which occttred on
Commercial avenue below Sixth street
some three or tour months
ago. Mr. O'Callahan at once announced
his determination to rebuild on the site
of the house destroyed by Are; and in the
meantime removed his family into the
Second ward there to resi le until the
new house was completed. It is now
contended that by removing his family
Mr. O'Callahan lost his resideuce In the
First ward, and hence his election to the
council amounts to nothing.
It Is the opinion of nearly all
the lawyers of the city, however, that
Mr. O'Callahan is eligible ; that he did
not leave the ward voluutarlly, that
his removal was brought about by a force
ot circumstance ; and the fact that he at
once commenced to rebuild must be
taken as evidence that he intended to
return to the ward as soon as circum
stances would permit him to do so.
It is said Chas. D. Arter will be
Mayor Winter's new chief of police.
There was nothing done in the police
The city council meets to-tilgut.
Probate court was in session yes
terday, and J udge Bross disposed ol a
large amount of business.
Tho Presbyterian sociable at Mr.
Hyslop's parlors last evening was atten
deu by a very large number of persons.
The evening was speut pleasantly by all
present. The attendance would undoubt
edly have been larger had tho wi athcr
been less inclement.
Already Mayor Winter has been be
sieged by a score or more of men w bo
are anxious to secure one or tho other of
the offices w'.thln his gift. The mayor
will probably make his appointments at
the first meeting of the new council.
Rev. Jacob Bradley, the colored
divine who presides over one of thi Fif
teenth street churches, was put into the
city jail a day or tw o since on an old ex
ecution issued against him in a case
wherein Jacob was fined lor whipping
one oi his church members. Yesterday
a petition was being circulated among
the members ot the council asktng Mayor
Winter to release Jacob. Several of the
members refused to sign the petition, and
at last accounts Jacob had not been re
leased. nuprci and Benedict f instrela.
Next week we enjoy one night with
Duprez and Benedict's minstrels and
their popular attractions. This troupe
has played here often and have always
maintained themselves fully up to the
standard as one oC the best troupes on
the road. They'open Monday night at the
Atheneum. The Charleston Sews and
Courier, of recent date, has the following
to say of the troupe : "Duprez aud Bene
dict's minstrels have always been great
favorites with the amusement-loving
community of this city, and
the reception accorded them
last evening was a convincing
proof ol their popularity. Asa general
thing the patronage of thli class ot en
tertainments is uot the very best, but
with this troupe it was dittVrent. The
pit, parquet and dress circle were filled,
and the galleries were packed to the
very celling. The novelty of this troupe
U that there are four end-men, and all
ot them nrtists. The performance com
menced with the modley overture), 'an
tutie d'Ethiopt, which was very amusing.
The singing by the famous
quartette is unquestionably line.
J7i J'our Tramps Our Boyhood
Day, Xmuuoh crusv and On
yight in a Medical College should be seen
to be appreciated. Fox and Ward, the
California clog-dancers, are without any
rivals. Last, but uot least, Is the Irre
pressible George II. Edwards. His
"Baud-Joe So-Lows," was astounding.
Four times was he called before the cur.
tain, and even then the audleuee seemed
to have a lingering desire lor;hls return."
llr. Jewett WUojx, after spending two
days with friends in thla city, lelt for
Rr. Louis bv yesterday aneruoon s train
He will remain in St Leuis one oay ana
then return to Chicago.
and daughter will remain In Cairo sev
1 f rgj weeks looser
Dr. G. 3. Brlgham took his depart
ure from Cairo for his new home at
Indianapolis, Indiana, last night. lie
went from Cairo to St. Louis, where he
will remain one day, and then proceed
O. W. Smith, Esq., of Murphysboro,
was In the city yesterday.
-JohnM. Davis of Carbon.lale, was
In tow n yesterday on business.
Among the guests at the Planter's
House yesterday were W. S. Thillips,
Union Town, Ky.; Air. Watts, San An
tonla, Texas; B. Huff, IIufTs Landing;
E. L. Brown, Hufl's Landing, M. CoOey,
Bland ville; A. Agrvlly, New Orleans; M.
Campbell and Miss Wotton, Clarksville;
,T. A. Comings, Arlington, J. A. Shields,
Memphis; W. T. Tluituerman, Norfolk,
Va.; W. Garrett, Milan, Tennessee; S.
Todd, Arlington, Ky., and many others.
Among the guests at the Si, Charles
yesterday.were M. J. Powers, Wenona,
Wis.; W. J. Holland, Xatches, Miss.; E.
D. Anderson, New Orleun; T. J.Jones
and II. P. Fawar, Jackson, Tenn.; W.
F. Fowlor, Grenada?Miss.; Jes. . Schenge
and Wm. G. Clark, St. Louis; R. S. Mo
Kensley, Paris, III.; J. M. Davis, Chica
go; John F. Burrell, Springfield; W. II
Lewis, Mattoou; Jas. J. Gills, Centralia;
Mark Cohn, Chicago; .1. B. Brown,
Indtanopolis; .Chas. Lewis, Cincinnati;
Geo. W. Blakemore, Xevv York;Cha9.
Kee l, Chas, M. Brown, Jas. A. Turk,
and O. Johnson, Paducah; ; Laura Mel
rose, Vicksburg; John Sprout, Colum
bus; A. P. Seaman aud wife; Corning,
Ark.; Mrs. E. M. Goss, Dallas, Texas;
J. W. Wiggins, :-New York; J. M. Mc
Cutcheon, Monmouth, 111.; L. J . Dav'.s
and Miss S. W. Williams, Dongola.
Caiio, Illinois, TaifnsnAT Kvnuiu, I
April I'J, l77. i
There Is very Jittle or no change in the
general condition of the market here
Transactions In flour, hay, oats, corn and
meal have been fair, but for nearly all
other article! quoted the market is
very quiet. The weather has been stormy,
and several heavy showers have fallen
inco our last isue, aud at this writing
there Is every prospect for still more
coming. The Ohio and Mississippi riv
ers are declining, but it is difficult to say
what enect the late rains may have on
them, and it my be that bi'tore our next
Issue they will be raising again. Freight
rates to ew Orleans by river, re the
same as last quoted.
fiBOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only tor
sales from first hands in round lots, in
tilling orders and tor broken lots It Is
necessary to charge an advance over
these figures. "TjSa
The flour market is very firm, with
even a stronger feeling than at the date
ot our last report. There is a diflerence
of opinion among dealers, some believing
that a still further advance is sure to
come while others maintain that prices
have reached the highest mark. Some
dealers are Inclined to hold ofl, belieylng
mat an advance over present prices is
sure to follow. The market here is fair
ly supplied with ;choic9 and low grades.
while medium grades are comparatively
scarce. 1 he demand for choice grades
Is fairly active, while lor medium there is
good demand. There is not much doing
for the lower grades. Sales were 100
bbls. Fancy Family, $9; 60 bbls. vaiious
grades, $5 508 50; 300 bbls. Good
Family. $7 75; 60 bbls. Choice Family,
$8; 100 bbls., $7; 150 bbls., $ 70; 600
bbls various grades, $0 60(a,8 50.
Receipts of hay during the last three
days have been more- liberal, and the
supply ou the market Is now fair. The
demand is fair tor good mixed to choice
Timothy at prices quoted. The market
Is neady and firm. Sales reported were
1 car mixed, $10; 1 ear cbolco mixed,
$11 ; 1 car good mixed, $10; 3 cars mixed,
$1011 ; 2 Cirs choice mixed, llll 60;
2 cars prime Timothy, $12.
There Is very little doing in the oats
market. Receipts are very light, and
the supply has beeu reduced until there
Is now very tew on tho market. The
demand Is fair. Holders are firm at
prices quoted. Sales noted were: 2 cart
Northern in bulk, 3Sc; 2 cars Northern,
In sacks, 41c; 2 cars Northern iu sacks,
42c; 300 sacks mixed, ou orders, 43c,
There is a fair demand tor corn, but
there !s very little on the market, and as
there Is scarcely any arrivlng.transactions
are light. Priees are firm, with indica
tions ot a slight advance. Sales noted
were 1 car white, in bulk, 4ic; 000 sacks
white, 49c; 3 cars choice white mixed In
bulk on C. aud V. track, 40e; 1 ear
choice w hite, in bulk, 41c.
The demand for ei'y meal is fair, w hile
the supply Is limited. A slight advance
has taken place since our last report, as
will be seen by quotations. Sales re
ported were :00 bbls., city kiln dried.
$2 35; 4"0 bbls., cdy kilu lined, 2 30(a;
Bran U very scarce, uud has advanced
to $22 per ton. The demand Is good.
Sales reported were 100 sack, wheat,
$22; 150 sacks wheat, $22.
There 1 a fair supply ol potatoes on
tho market. Prices rule about as last
qunted. The demand It fair for good
for table use. Sales noted were 7v bbls.
peach blows, $1 10.
Choice apples are scarce aud in de
mand. Common are plenty and dull.
Sales .noted were 40 bbls. fancy large
apples, $3 75 30 bbls. common t me
dium, $ 25? IK.
There is a lair amount ot poultry on
the market, though most ot It Is of an In
ferior quality. Choice old hens are scare
aud in demand at $3 25. Mixed chjekeus
are plenty and selling at $2 60 to ii 75;
Sales noted were 1 coop old heus, $3 25 ;
3 coops mixed chickens, $3 502 75.
Turkeys are scarce.
TEMPLE OP FASHION.
Down go tlx Prices of
Oeiilr hmiwi Hoods
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Ever hroujrht to Cairo. Tbeae (roods are purchased by Mr. Parnbaker who resides Iu
-New lork, and takes his time In selecting and buying juat what the market
ueeds and at prices to suit the times. You will io w ell by calling
on us, to look at our goods and prices. We make
A Specialty of Gents Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
There is no demand for dres-e l meats
and country dealers should b careful
to handle as little of it as possible. The
weather Is such as to render it almost
impossible to handle it w ith safety.
Choice butter is very scarce, and re
ceipts are very light. The demand is
active. White and common yellow Is in
overstock, and it cannot lw sold to ad
vantngo. Sales reported w ere 150 lbs.
good Southern Illinois, packed, lC(alSc;
5 packages good solid packed. 20&23c;
300 lbs. Southern Illinois, packed, l.va
ISc; 200 His. Northern Giltedge, '2AQ 2oc.
There is a Urge stock of eggs on the
market, and prices are a trill weaker.
Receipts are liberal. The demand Is
light. We note the tale of 2 boxes, lie ;
M) dozen, 10c; 300 dozen, 10U$5.
There isan abundance of all kinds oi
dried fruit on the market, with but little
demand for any. Apples ire worth 4 to
4c; and peaches, 8J to 0c.
White Beans are In good supply, and
slow sale. Good are worth $1 75 to$2
pr bushel, and poor and stained $1 to
Sales provisions were 1.000 ibs. dry
sal clear rib sides, SJc; 1,000 lbs. plain
sugar cured hams, 11 Jc; l.nno lbs. clear
bacon sides. 9 jc.
Sales of lard were 1,000 lbs., kettle ren
dered, In tierces, 10c.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
We note hides as follows: Dry Hint,
1414Je.; green salt, 6Jc; green, Ce.
Tallow Is telling at C&Gjc.
The market Is well supplied and the
demand light. Prioes arc $4 6004 75
for choice yellow, aud $4 to 4 23 for
Sales of brooms noted were: 4 dozeu
common, $1 '55; 2 doztm pJarro, $3 75;
3 dozen, do $2 75.
Foita Beaver Xo. 1 $2 60; No.
$; Xo. 2 $4; Xo. 3 $2; Xo. 4 $1.0C
Mlnk-Xo.l $1; Xo. 2 76c; Xo. 3 60c
Xo. 410c Raccoon No. 1 70c; No. 1
40c; Xo. 3 0c; No. 4 10c. Skunk Xo
I 85c N1.2 60c: Xo. 3 30c; Xo. 4 15c
Fox- Gray Xo. 1 $1 ; Xo. 2 70c ; Xo. f
60 red lox Xo. 1 $1 ;. Xo. 2 75t
Oposum Xo. 1 10c ; Xo. 2 Sc. ; Xo. J.
35c. Muskrat-Xo. 120c ; Xo. 2 15c ; Xo
3 10c. Bear No. I $10; Xo. 2 $7 Xo. 6
$3; Xo4$l. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2.60; Xo. 2 $1 75 ; Xo 3 $1 ; No. 4 75v ,
Prarie Wolf-Xo. 1 $1 25 ; Xo. 2 50c;
Wild Cat 25c. House 10c. Badger
e quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon ou
track, lump, $3; nut, $2, delivered cat,
load per ton, lump, $3 50 ; nut, $2 75.
load red per single ton, lump, $1; nut
delive; Rautu or Harrishiu-r oni on
$3 25 per load, lump, $27; uut, $10;de
track per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg per car
ou track, $5 50 per for.
W ah lM-AiiTi. Bivaa RaroT,
April It, leTJT. 1
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KtMtner .Tames Fl.fc, Padticali.
learner James Flsk, Paducah,
af art iKv. O.iui
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V.t -a iaAT
BOOTS & SHOES
Coflee, Sugar & Syrup
Specialty in Teas
Goods Delivered Promptly.
Estate ol Willi ta Brick en, deceased
1 lie 11 af. r, ,.,.. 1 .
B'lm liNtratr r nf il.o . . T.-i,,...
iliHiken. lntM ,.1 tha ,.,,.. r . 1 1
stid suto of Illinois dtcessed, hereby gives
uotjen that she will appear before the
county c urt ot Alexander county, at the
court hrttiye in r: .irn u, h. i.,..v .....
on tho third M..n ay in Juuo next, at
rriiirii unit; a t er-ona liavtnir
aftutnst said estate are notified and re
queued to attend for the purpose of havlm
the t m mj isied. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make imuie-
Dted tUls Kill .lay . f AiTIITa. O. lS77.
a . c ClKOtl.va U OlUCKL.v,
K. I". liniikci e mtter Win or Iroa
has never been known to fail id tho cure ol
weakness, attended wiih symptoms lnd Is-
Position to i-viTti.iii t.a ..r 1
cultv of hi eatbin. gor,erai weaknes.: horror
. i l ----- v . """ treiooiinif, arena
ml horror of deaih, ulht sweats, cold feet,
weakness. Himn. ss of vision, languor. udU
versal lassitude of tho muscular ey'tem.
enormous appotlto wnn dyspeptic ,,rapl
turns, b'd hau l, ll-v-bin 01 the holy, dry
ness ol the skin, pallid eoumenm ce and
eruptions on the face, puriiyintr the blood,
pain In the bark, keavuusa of the eyelids,
rrciuent black spots Hying before the eves
with temporary uffl,ion and loss of slht.
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wtoe of
1 1- i i. It never tail. Thou.nn re now
enloyiD health who have used 1L Take
only E. P. Kunkel't. Ifc
"ewers of counterfeits and base Imita
tions As Kunkel's bitter Wine of Iron Is
o well kuonn all over the country, druir
gists themselves make -a imitation and try
toM-lUtodtotheir cusmniers, when thev
cell for Hunker. Bitter Wine or Iron.
Kunke s Uitter Wine of Iron is put up
only In fl bottles, and has e yellow wrapper
nicely put on the u sie with the pro
prietor's photograph on th wrapper of
each bot'Ie. AlWura Innir ftr .hi.
J - - - . .... . ' J ,uwv.
irrapli on 'he outside, aud you will always
be ure to pet the renulne. One dollar por
hottle, or six for h. Sold by druggunt aaa
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. K. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls
todes-roy Pin Seat and Stomach Worn t.
Or. Kuukel, the only successful physician
- - . -. sww ii uiiu . m .nu ,i, fcU
alive, with head, and do fee until removed.
Common sense teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to Pr. JEuav
k'l, No. 209 North Ninth stmt, fhiladof
rut ui can on your drurelel aad ask
lot i dottle of Kunkel's norm arrua
I'i'i'i I.a M never fails.
SUrMjed or attolo
A Hull d, all wiilts with tha eseapttoa e
iue black Hixit ever U e let'; evs. The doc bee
liwu uii.bd itir ulmmuns one jmtr. S. ns par
ties who now luni- lujn will please retura blm
iu his lawful 1 1 wnrr, ur sutler pruascufAaa to
the full rxluit of the !u .
u.it K yt .. haM, altr1 art
Its..- : ' )''-1im. I
a iraota, CIU
Ciitriml by the
State of mtaoia
for the v areas
nllrVflBlAa. a4 ufaaMa
V 1 mm inii L)ah1 utta
a all re of pilv.ite, chronic, end urinary sU
aacaea in sll tkeir ruiuplirslMt forma. It is Weil
known that Dr. James has atnod at tbehsaslM
ilia prtieion lur the pust ' years. Ae aad
eierivncearsa'.-lniiKrt:'.iit Mviuinal WoaH
arm, nijtl.t lruars uy tlnsiu pimplra aotito
race ioi iuh.hjJ. can poaaivei m ot rsa-l
I adits waking lbs niuxt tiulicats attaotiea. eail
or write, .fiewant hou.e fur rattetite. A book
ttir the mill los. rnVe (jubts. aMeSi telle
you sll about tusas dit iay.es -wao shot 14 aaatif
why uoll" miiU tu pay pu-las. If. Jaasae
but M rooraa and par!ir You see MtMatl
thedovtjr t'lb- boui, a tu to J y mt. Saa
days, W to All bstmeas etrirtlv isoaid
ai. s-W -oawlf
J - ri r silesi i 11 - H - ,r 1 r
t 'st"SfC 2 sjarantese oaros onr i .