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;.ilR0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
,'(. Any Wines Arm can have threellne
, In tliln column unler jririat- heading
liberate of !. x r mouth or Sli per year
payable iiinrterly in advance.
Hardware, suovt-e and Tin Wrc.
A. HAM.KY-rwiIrr In Stoves.Tln and Hsrd
Ware, Oanli n nml farmers' Implement, Wire
ioO'lH, llefrlKerators, 1'unip and I. Hern,
h i Commercial Avenue. Uniterm, and Job
Work dune on abort notice
.?. S.McUAJIKY tleatcrlnhanl and ofllnm
ber, lloorinK, ceiling, Killing' and surfaced
liinilxr, lath and sliinplc. ofllee and yard
corner Twentieth street and Washington avenue
T.ANCASTElt A KICK Dealr-m In saOi,
floors, blinds, tin., hanl and aott Imnlier and
Mi Ingles. Vard and ollloa. Commercial avenue,
joriier 17th street.
I). H AUTMAX lcak In QiKnware, Toy.
I-ampA mill all kind of lanry articl'9. Coinmer-;-al
avenue, corner Mil street.
WILLIAM WINTtlt "ith street tietween
'Jommerciai avenue and Washington avenue.
lalhlnc and .1 eri-liant Tailorlnsr.
JOHN A STIUM -Merchant Tailor end dealer
In Iteady Maiie Clothing- ' Ohio Ijevee.
Ileal t:tat Agent-lea.
M. J. HOWLKT-Iteal KkU Ank Buys
nl e I n real estate, collects rent. lya til"
lor non-rt-Hl'letits.etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth ttrwU.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road Itunning Two
Daily Trams from Cairo,
Direct tali.. tiiiEisttralk
Trains Leave Cairo
2.20 p.m. Fact Kxprew, arriving in fct.
Lout K:rp. m.; Chicago, 7::, .
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS-
viLLE PAST LINE
Arriving In Cincinnati K:30. a.m.; Louls
vtlle, am ; Indianapolis, 4.15 a.m.:
Passengers by this train arrivet above
OF A1T7 OTflEK KOUTE.
10 p. m. Fat Mail with sleeper attach
d. for ST. I.Ol.'M and ClllCA.),
arriving Sn St. Iul at HV a.m. Chi
caifo at 4JJ0 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or htlingbam lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
Pa-sen er. ''' tbl linc tliroiijrh to
the f.ant without any delay caused by
Hundny inter eninir.
I'he HATDUIIAY ArTKHNoON TKAIN
HIU.M CAIKO Al'ltl VKS IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MOUMMi
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHF.lt ROUTE.:
Advertisements of competing lines that
tttey make better time than this one, are
are issued either through ignorance or a
desire to ml.lead the public
For through, tb ket and inlommtlorj,
apply at Illinois Oatral R. it. Depot, 0V.ro.
Tltll ABhlva AT CAI-.0
Fn, .i:"P m.
Mul - a.m.
Oen'l Southern Agt,
J. H. Jones. Ticket Agt.
M. J. Howloy,
Real Estate Agent.
Two store rooms In Wiuter's Block;
one fronting on Seventh 6treet and the
other on Coiniutrui.il avenue, Rooms
on second floor of Winter's Block.
'IVnenienU No. 3 ami 3 of Winter'.! row
of 5 rooms each. Uent, $10.
Sice dwellinir of six rw.ins ou Cro-s
Ftrett, In a desirable neighborhood,
Waverl y hotel cheap to a good tenant.
Cotta(?o oi lour rooms on Seventh
Cottairo of llv rooim on Twelfth
etreet west of Walnut.
Excellent two-story house on Twenty-
eighth street, comlortably arranged,
Cottage on 14th street, between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street.
Store room and dwelling lately Mat
ron's 6hoo store.
Two-story house on l!th .sroet, of tlx.
rooms, lient $10.
Store room corner IStli Etreet, and
Two-story house corner, 12th nnd Wal
nut streets. Kent $0.
Desirable rooms in various parts of
llui,v lcliI to luun lucu Iron.
it.... ..Il'ff.la i.f err,.!- A.ltl atllllteM lDI
kj 'etirlv IKi!. .Manuoo.1 Keaiore.i. iiii-;m
I Zt New method ot truatiueut. Mw,
s r1 Hn,l Ttiimrkuhle remedies. Hooks 1
L- Zi rircnlnri sent free In tealed V
"fl'enveloia. Addt-m How AMD As-'S
k W!o iatioK. 4l'J N. Ninth Ht. I'hiJa- U
tea deluhia. 1'a. An institution hav- m
I H lin . I.itrh m.i.fut.f.n itir l.nn.ir.,
"ittl.le conduct and jirol'eibioual'
TWO Irreconcilable Coudlliona,
Debility and health are Irreconcilable
eonditlons. Weakly people, that Is to
say people who lack tho vitality requl
sit) lor a vigorous discharge of each and
nil of the bodily functions, are invaria
bly alllicted with some, though it may
be a trilling, uisoruer oi luo systoni
Atnnv. or a want of muscular and nor
units visor, is accompanied by poverty of
. !i ,i .ml leanness V certain wav
the blood and leanness. - certain way
or.nmfi it aucj prevent uie aggra-
vated maladies to which it must ultL
matcly lead is to use Hostctter'a Stotn
ache Bitters, which promote digestion
and assimilation ot tho tood, and thus
arc the means ot furnishing the body
with a supply of blood of a quality cs
sentlal to its proper nourishment. In.
vibration through the instrumentality
.it the matchless tonio protects the feu.
1,1a Irnm a hosts
hnrill IUS WUH.ll
lurk in ambush lor the debilitated. The
I.I.Ion in an article which it U UlOSt
desirable to keep constantly oo hand.
I 1 rh knlabU tf lh abnfe ot-let ineet
L.J at tlwir luill the lint and third Monday
In each month. Commercial avenue, ki door
aouthof Uthaireet, atepm.
J OH l. 1IOLU1S, Q. O. M.
A9CALOK LODGK, KO. 61.
M day night at half-paat aaven, la Odd-
J rcjiowa' nan.
OALRXAMDBB lDOIt, WO. M4.
Inderamdeat Order of Odd Al
lows , merta every Thnrailay nbrbt
at half-iaat aeran, In tbeir ball on
Domruercial avenue, between Blsth and gerentli
'.reeta Will K. lUnaixs, M. O.
MAIBO ENCAMPMT.NT, 1. O. O. r., ItieeU
Jin Old-relbiwa' Ilall oa the 11 rat and third
Intxlay In every month, at half-paat even
CAlKOIXilMiK. NO.a7.A.r. A. M.
V Mold regular ooromunlcatlona in Ma
X3T sonic, Hall, corner CommercUl avenue
Ar x.nd KlKbth etreet, on tha aecond and
north Monday of each month.
BATE OF ADVEBIftlffU.
irAu"bIna for advertiainf , are doe nnd pay
able M ADVAFCa
Transient advertising will b Inserted at the
rate of II J per juare for the' flrat inaartion
and 50 cent for each subsequent one A liboral
dicountwllibeuale on standing anddispl
For inaertinf Funeral notice II" Notice of
meeting of aocictiea or secret onlers So cent for
Church, Society, Festival and Sapper notice
will only be inserted a advertisement
No advertisement will be received at lea than
AO cent, and no advertisement will be Inserted
for lea than three dollar per month
local ntntntmu noicem
Of one square (8 lines Epacc) or more, In
serted In the Bcllkti as follows : (lx?ss
than one square counted as a square.)
One Inwrtlon per square - $ ")
Two Insertions per square-. 75
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks ier square - 2 50
One month per square- 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
FIMDAV. APJ'Ili 27, 1S77.
Iratl Wstntber KeMrt
Caibo, III., April 1C, Ifu.
Bah. I Trs.
Tbb. I W"mD. I Vl. I WtTH
I K I 10 I (
11 :ll '
1 1.. in
lU.ufl . ..cl.es. ,AMp.8WATSON(
SerseanL Sijcnal Service. U. 8. A.
To all who are suflering from tlie
errors and Indiscretion of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss ofnian
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
I fl .
etirc you, Jreo oi cnarce. ima jjrcai
cinedy w as discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-ad
dressed envelope to the Iter. Joeph T.
Inman, Station I). Bible House, -New
rk Cit v. 1-30-Cin
W. C. Jocelj n
Has received a
largelassorttnent ol artillcial teeth, and is
prepared to supply all of his patrons.
All branches ot dentistry performed in
the mo?t durable manner. Call at once.
OHlce Kighth street between Washing
ton aud Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illi
nois. Ile-fi iterators, the very best, at A.
Halley's, 115 Coruercial avenue. Abo
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table and
jtocket cutlery, garden and farmer' Im
plements, piows, corn planters and
shelter, sulkcy rakes, and a general
stock of stoves, tin and hardware,
flower standi, both wire and wood,
llower trainers, diflercnt styles, banging
baxkcU of all kinds ; the largest variety
of bird cages in the city and will be sold
very low at A. Ualley's, 113 Commercial
TebsM-ro staid 4'iKara.
Merchants.grocers, and saloon-keepers
should not forget that Messrs. Corlis &
llankin, proprietors of the Trairie State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an establishment at the corner
of sixtn street and Ohio levee in this
city where they ml. do a wholesalo and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand tho largest
and most complete stock ot
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, ana ore preimreu to
suiiply the wauts of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are w
yitcd to call and examine their stock.
E. r. K unker Bttter Wine of Iron
baa never been Known to rail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
Doxitlan to exertion, lot of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of (Use awe, weak, nervous ireaiuung, ureau
ful horror of death, night sweat, cold feet,
weakness, dimness or vision, luiiKUor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, Hashing ot the bo dy, dry
nets of the skin, puUid countenance and
eruptioua on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequent black spot Hying before the eyes
with temporary sultUlon and loss of sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
11 arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine ot
Iron. It never fail. Thousands ar now
enjoying health who have used It. Take
only E.V. Kunkel's.
beware of counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the couutry, drug
gist themselves make an tmltation and try
to sell it off to their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel's Hitter w ine or iron is put up
only in 1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
Vut 00 the outside with the pro-
prt tor. puotogreph on the wrapper ol
each bottle, ai
acn uome. aiwsvi 100a lor in uuuvu
graph on ihe outside, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for &. sold by druggists and
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
to destroy l'in Seat and Stomach Worm.
Or. Kuuaei. the only ucceiui pnjacisn
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed.
I Commuu seuse teaches that if Tape Worm
I v.- w-
destroyed, head lor circular to Dr. Kun
I. .1 tun hit W IT. ... W ...... LIU II. ,1 ..1 .
ibia,ra., or call on your druggUt aid ask
lor a povua oi nunaer rVorai
Wee, 11.0 Hasvsi tali.
Qutxr weathch, surelyi
llaln, sunshine imd rain,
-"Would we were a baby 1"
Fires were essential to comfort yes
terday. Only t few rtaysof grace left to tax
payers. Mr. It. W. Miller is in St. Louis.
He has been absent several days.
Henry Sayer, of St. Louis, formerly
a (Jalroitc, was in the city yesterday.
Tho workmen on Teter NeflTs new
building, Ohtoleyee, are progressing rap
idly. The "cooler" contains some hale and
hearty men the very chaps for street
The nioequltocs, the most pestifer
ous and annoying of insects, have made
Duke Smith, has returned from
the south where ht has been recuperat
ing for the last four or five weeks.
The prizes for the baby exposition
are enough to tempt every mother In
Cairo to enter her darling on the list.
Those wishing to see the new rega
lia ot the K. M. K. C.should call on John
D. Holmes, the G. O. M., or at the hall
next Monday night.
A.Marx, the popular clothier has
gone East to purchase a complete new
stock of goods. The goods damaged by
fire at his old stand are being closed out
rapidly at very low figures. 4-2 1-1 w.
Thomas Wilson, (colored) an old
sinner, was before Judge Bird yesterday
on a charge of larceny, and held over In
the penal sum of f 100.
Thlstlewood tfc Co., commission
merchants, have removed from their old
place of business to the corner of Tenth
and Levee streeU,ln the building formerly
occupied by John B. rhilhs & Co.
From present indications we udge
that Hartraan's baby show will be the
grandest entertainment of the season. It's
novvlty, a and novelties, of course, draw
like "bread and milk" poultice.
The youngsters of St. Patrick's school
made the usiiul quiet street hideous by
their w ild shrieks yesterday afternoon.
The cause of this uproar was two negro
boys whom they had impounded in the
iuclosure around the city scales.
A very plea-ant sociable was given
by Mr. Walker, at his residence, last
evening, in which aboui sixty ot our
most respectable people participated.
The aflair is spoken of as one of the most
enjoyable of the season.
Among Uie pegU of the season are
the sipe water Irogs, who lie at rest dur
ing the day, recuperating for their mo
notonous shrieks at night. Countless
numbers ol them are secreted in the lake
near our window.
Sherlfl Saup will place the l!rt sheets
of the delinquent tax list in the hands of
the printer next week. As after that
time no erasures or changes can be made,
parties named in the lint will be subject to
tho usual penalties.
The ladies of the church of th3 Re
deemer Intend to give a grand strawberry
festival oil Thursday evening, May 10th,
1877. The place of entertainment will
be announced in due time. A splendid
supper, delicious strawberries and ice
cream, and all the usual good things will
The ladies of the Episcopal church
will begin their monthly sociables, which
have been discontinued during the win
ter, on Thursday evening, May 3d, 1877.
The lirst one of the Reason will be held
at the residence of Mrs. C. W. Dunning,
corner Ninth and Walnut street. A
good time is promised by the committee
in charge, aud the nature of the enter
tainment will be annonnced in due time.
There was a row iu the lower end of
town last night that threatened tor a
time to involve a score or more persons.
It had iu origin in a fight between two
negroes, and an attempt to separate
them excite 1 resistance. Two or three
of the negroes present threatened te in
terfere, but restrained themselves, and
soon afterward the crowd dispersed.
As the aflalr turned out nobody was se
riously hurt, but at lirst it looked as
though blood would How.
In all parts of the city yesterday
could be observed the preparations for
the excursion to Paducah under the
auspices of the Odd Fellows. Families,
including the little ones, went in groups,
ladies and gentlemen In pairs.aud the
old batchelors, etc.wereup bright and
early to be ou time. The boat, the C.
W. Anderson, was advertised to leaved
at 7:30 o'clock, but did not get away till
9 o'clock. There was, at least, two hun
dred people on board, and, doubtless,
they had a pleasant time.
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles
yesterday were II. G. Winslow, St. Louis;
Wm. Means, New Orleans ; Perre Moore,
St, Louis ; L. Bloomingdale, Philadel
phia ; O. G. Williams, St,
Louis; Chas. P. Gregory, St, Loui?i
W. Chamberlain, Chicago; W. M. Wan
ger, Metiomone, Wis.; Mus L. Ellis,
Sand Hill, His.; J. C. Nicholas, St.
Louis ; II. Halght, St. Louis ; M. Wil.
llamson, Springtleld; A. S. Stern, Cin-
ciunati; John Steven, Vinoennes; J. B.
Kuykendall, .Vienna, Ills.; Mrs- M. G
Jewett, Vera; W. A. Wright, Katawba,
Ky., and others.
Yesterday atteruoou we were show
the new regalia of the Knights of the
Mystic Krew of Coinus by T. M. Lovett,
Esq., at P. Cuhl's store. The suit consists
of a red scarf with silver cord border,
on which is attached a silver crescent
with three chains holding a silver star;
a fine red leather belt with sliver buckle
and chains to bold the soabbard for the
sword, similar to the sword used by the
Kmguis ot ramus, ana a line blue cap
with silver cord, bearing in silver letters
the initials "K. M. K. C." The outfit i
one of the finest ol the kiud we ever saw,
and the knights in this uniform will pre
eat ft dazzling appeajrauoe.
-i nests at tho riantors house were
H. J. Sargent, John Tarker, Arkansas ;
C. L. Crane, St. Louis John Showang,
Bird's Point! James W. Kowlcy, Pu.
laski, Ills. ; Mrs. E. B. Baker and son,
Memphis, Tenn. , JL Manny, wife and
on, Smithland, Ky.; Jas. II. McCormlck,
St. Louis : W. Vandervat, Smithland
Victory Vandeur, St. Louis, Mo
N. J. Powers, Makanda, Ills
Samuel Morgan, Forman, III.; Ed, J,
McIntyre,Peru, III.; C. A. Mordcn, Jou
isvllle, Ky.; Dr. John II. Elsey and
wife, Bardwell; A. Nlcholls, Stonefork,
Ills.; G. W. lUgon, J. M. Klgon, Gol
conda; Wm. James and wife, Madrid,
Mo.: M. Burk, Birds Point, Mo.;
F. S. Haas, New York; S. J. C. Hess,
Forman, Ills.; M. IJ.Bain, Vienna, Ills.;
W. T. Itosebrough, Charleston, Ills.;
W. J. Teen, ganborn. Ills.; 11. II. Crail,
St. Louis; T. A. Draper, Poplar Blufl ;
W. Wilson, St. Louis; James, Wolf,
The receut lecture of the celebrated
scientist on 'Dogs" a subject to w hich
be has devoted his energies and careful
research brings to our remembrance the
deviltry of Cairo dogs. They seem to
bear general malice towards all man kiwi,
and are as numerous as they are diabol
ical. Every house, in certain favored
localities, has Its full crop. The tabled
dragons' teeth were not more product
ive. These dogs arc bad citizens ot our
free commonwealth they pay no taxes
and take no part In sustaining the gov
ernment. Many privileges have been
conceded to them, and they have turned
their liberty Into unrestrained licentious
ness. If a fellow has been on a druuk,
and gets out of money, and is helplessly
incapable of procuring an "eye opener
and nerve stiller," these canine abomi- i
nations are sure to make a preconcerted
raid on his whole nervous svstem and
the more he seeks to avoid them the
more readily they seek to lind him. All
sorts of conversations and public per
formances are unceremoniouslyinterrupt
eJ. Lovers even have not the privilege
ol peacefully communing together. Their
accents may fall upon the evening
zephyrs, "soft as the memory of buried
iove." The poodle" dog, that was
crossed in his puppy love is sure to take
cognizance ot the scene, aud lecemes,
on his own motion, "a third party to the
suit." Mr. Editor, I am mad now not
bit by a mad dog however
and take in rather a desultory style; but
set this down as a faithful saying and
worthy of all acceptation. The dog, in
his present state of Darwinian develop
ment is an exjiense, not a protit, finan
cially considered; he is a public nuisance,
and ought to be abated; he is a murder
er, and ought to be beheaded. I dare any
man to deny these propositions through
tne columns ot uie uclletix. I am
itching for a controversy on this subject.
The dogs have enraged me, especially
Cairo dogs and I bear malice towards
the whole breed. More anon.
Ou Wednosday -vnlng William Davis
a monte chap, came to grief. In appear
ance, Davis, at first sight, would be taken
for a man just from the rural district,
but ou closer scrutinr it can be seen that
he is one of the worst of his profession.
He has only been In the city for a lew
days, and in the course ol his rambles
last Wednesday morning he met his vic
tim in the person of Mr. Harpending, cl
Dongolo, who was en route for Tennes
see, llarpindlng, after a tew minutes con
satlon with Davis, found him to be quite
clever fellow, and ou his (Davis') invi
tation they took Iu the city. Davis
finally persuaded his new-made friend
to accompany him to the lower part of
town, where, to pass time, he introduced
the cards five ot them, including the
tiger, the winning card. Throwing tho
cards soon attracted the attention ol a
negro, (Davis' accomplice), who com
menced to bet ou the tiger, and, not very
strange to say, the negro always won.
Davis became excited oyer LU loss
and oflcred to bet tho negro a hundred
dollars he couldn't draw tho tiger again.
Iho negro, not having tho requisite
amount, turned to the victim and asked
the loan of the sum to make the wager,
whispering at the time that he was sure
to win as he had the card marked. The
victim not having that amount let the ne
gro have twenty dollars. The cards
were thrown again, the negro drawed.
and, of course, lost. Tho mist was now
removed from Harpending's ryes, when
he found his money gone, and lor the
first time it struck him that he had been
dealing with sharpers. Ho Immediately
proceeded to hunt an olllcer, and late
Wednesday evening Sheritl Saup, with
1,0 little ditliculty, succeeded In arrest
ing Davis in a negro ranch down town.
Tho negro has, no doubt, escaped,
Davis was brought before Judge Bird
yesteruay morning, wno nem mm over
in the penal sum of $'J00.
A good cook. Apply to Mrs.W.R.
Smith, Thirteenth street between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut.
Horse, buggy, harness, aud a complete
outfit for the same. 1 ho horse, five
years old, buggy and harness nearly
new, all lor one hundred and liny dollars.
Apply to N. w. Hacker, 70 Ohio levee.
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' aud gentle
mens' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentlemens' hats dyed aud
cleaned and blocked in tho latest style,
Chemical soap on harm, warranted to
remove impurities from all fabrics with
out Injury to the material. lm,
Mrs. Scant isnu ns just opeucu new
stock of millinery goods on Seventh
street back of Messrs. Greer & White
store. Bleaching and re pairing done in
- the latest styles. Please give uie a call
I x0 trouble to show good. '
Farm for Seat.
A fine farm of 85 acres in Alexander
toanty,on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Good dwclUng.'karn, well, Ac.
n the place. Rent low to a good tenant.
M. J. IIOWLF.Y,
3t Ileal Estate Ag t.
It Is now conceded that Mrs, Coleman,
the laundress, No. 13 Fourth street, be.
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of tho best conducted latin
iry establishments In the city, and land
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
llollowayn Pin unit Ointment.
Scrofula wss considered incurable until
he great discovery of "Ilolloway's rills
and O ment" flashed upon the world.
Diseases which baffled the skill of the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
less remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Twenty-five cents
per box or pot.
Picture lnI Bntekcto.
h. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
chromo8, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels, fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture framing mado a speciality
Chroinos mounted in the cheapest and
best stj lc. 1m
BOOKS! BOOKS 1
At thr auction rooms ot Winter &
Stewart, No. Ill Commercial Avenue,
ON KKIUAY EVKXIXO, Al'HIL 27, 1877, AT
8 O'CLOCK, SHARP.
Comprising works by celebrated authors
Browning, Barham, J. G. Holland,
Goldsmith, Wayne Held, G. P. K. James,
A. K. II. Boyd. (The Country Par.
son,") Victor Hugo. Ac., &c. 2d
Mrs. Spears has removed her place ot
business from Seventh street to Com
mercial avenue, No. 115, in Winter's
block, where she will be pleased to wel
come her old customers and new ones, j
She has a fine assortment of new goods
from New York, consisting ol ladies hats
of all patterns, flowers, feathers and all
Winds of goods in the millinery line.
Ladies will do well to call and examine
before buying elsewhere. She will be
pleased to show goods at all times. Hats
bleached and trimmed to order: coloring
black or brown 4-22- lm
in the sky is a sign of God's promise that
the world should never a?aln be destroyed
by water; and viewing the tenacity with
which men bold on to life, it is surprising
to all how recklessly they snap the links
one after another, by paying no heed to
the derangement of tbeir constitution, be
cause tbey are so light as to soon wear
away. Mistaken delusions ! Ifoneoftbe
parts of our delicately complex organism
be Injured, it throws greater strain on the
until all sutler. Wishing to maintain
the animal economy in a healthful state
and to restore lost power, we have only to
se the celebrated Home Stomach lilt
The Baby Show.
The much talked and Itemized baby
exposition of Dan Hart in on will take
place at Turner Hall, on May 8 and Otb,
commencing each day at 1 aud closing
at S p. m. There will be five different
classes class "A" admits all babies un
der six months old, class "B" alf
under twelve months, class "Call ur
der two years, class "D" all under three
years old, class "K" twins. Mu.-io
will be present each day
enlivee the occasion. The
premiums tor each class will be published
in a few days. Turner ball is one ot the
best in the city that could be attained for
the show, as their H ample room for all
that may attend the show and, further
more, it is situated near the center of the
It is a fact widely and amply attested
that where the powerful and pernicious
drt'g, quinine, and other mineral poisons,
administered as remedies for fever and aue
and bilious re mittents, fail to yield more
than tempoaiy relief to the'.suflerer.llostet
ter's Stomach Bitters scotches these tremen
dous epidemics most thoroughly, aud by
strcngtenlng the system and regulating its
functions, protects it against malarial at
tacks. No resident of a locality where the
above maladies prevail, or where they are
ikely to break out in consequence of the
poisoning ol the atmosphere by noxious ex
halations, should fail to lake practical cog
uizance olthe above Important truth, and
by a timely use of the bitter avoid tne
ravages of maladies so disastrous to the
physical constitution. There 1 not in ex
Utence a Uner tonic, corrective and defeu-
vsie cordial 4-ZI-.1.
Never Known to Fatl.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
And Hourhound has never been known to
fall in permanently curing oosunave
coughs, colds, r roup, whooping cougb, bor
any disease ol the respiratory organs, and
tdoee it, too, at once, n is not neces
sary to take it for a loug time oior you
cat dlscovci Its beneficial etTocts. Its sale
in this community is immense, and Us pop
ularity universal. It should not be ciasseu
with compounds put up by inexperiencea
hands. Do not fail to give this great and
potent remedy a trial. It will not diBup-
riAlnt Villi Tltf ft f)D?fi. Trial size. 10
rent. Hegular size, 60 cents and one dol
lar Barclay Bros., Agent.
Also aeent for Prof. Parkar'a Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never fails. Pleas,
ant to take, and reouirea no phylc. Pries,
-taa rreek New
Rain has been sonbundaut this spring
that the former, have done yery Httto to
wards putting to their crops. Tbey
h.v. however, got most of their ground
un. and there It some corn
planted, but ivotmucU, Tin tamer I are
TEMPLE OF FASH1W.
Down so tho Frioco of
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Ever brought to Cairo. These goods are purchased by Mr. Farnbaker who resides in
-New lorK, and takes his time in selecting and buying just what the market
needs and at prices to suit the time. You will do well by calling ,
on us, to look at our goods and prices. We make . , ;
A Specialty of Gents' Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARNBAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
consoled, however, by the happy thought
that they have the Iwst prospects for
wheat that they ever had before.
The promising appearance of the wheat
seems to have an attraction for machine
agents. Mr. E. J. Lewis, from Mound
City, was here last week. He re
ceived orders from one man to the
amount of $2,000 worth of machinery,
and to another two self binders.
The peach crop In the lowlands of this
precinct will be a failure. There seems
to be a good prospect for other kinds of
Mr. M. II. Whilukcr, formerly a resi
dent of this place, has gone to Califor
nia to hunt out a location. Mr. M. G.
Snyder of this place, is also talking of
becoming a resident of the "Golden
Clear Creek, Aleiander county , Aprit25, 1877.
For artistic Photographs at a moderate
cost call at Gustave Wetzcll's Gallery.
Caibo, Illinois, Tiilbsdat Evbvinu, i
April i, IS77.
The weather for the last two or three
days lias been changeable, and several
light rains have fallen. The rivers are
falling slowly. The late war news has
had considerable influence on tho mar
kets of this couatry, and brcadstuBs and
grain have advanced materially. Flour,
meal, corn, and pork have gone higher,
and are strong and firm at the advanced
prioe. l he tobacco market Is lu a
flurishing condition, and the sales at the
Farmers' warehouse to-day were most
satisfactory. The quotations will be
found below. Kates by river to New
Orleans are unchanged.
labour friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only for
sales from lirst bauds in round lots. In
filling orders and tor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
An advance of 25050 cents on all ex
cept extremely low grades has taken
place since last report, and the market is
very strong aud firm at the advance.
The demand is light, and but few trans
actions are reported. The order trade is
small, dealers purchasing just enougo. to
supply their immediate wauts. Supplies
are fair. Sales reported were 100 bbls.
various grades, $709 50; 400 bbls. do.,
Hay is iu fair supply, while tho de
mand is only moderatjly fair. Receipts
during the last tew days have been lim
ited. Sales reported were: 2 cars choice
Timothy, $12; three c irs do., $12; 2 cars
mixed, $10 G0&11.
Receipts of oats are very light, and
thero are very lew on tho market. The
demand is good, and prices a little
higher. Transactions have been light
and but tew Bales reported. Three hun
dred sacks, white, sold at 45c.
There Is a good demand for corn,
while reciepts are light, and tho supply
on the market almost exhausted. Price
have advanced 12 cents since last re
pert. Sales reported were: 1 car yellow,
in sacks, delivered, 60c; 100 sacks white,
50c.; 5 cars white In bulk ou C. and V.
The supply of city kiln dried Is fair,
and the demand good. Prices have ad
vanced from 15 to 20 cents since last re
port. Sales reported were 300 bbls. city,
$3 352 40 ; 200 bbla. city, $2 50 ; 200
bbls. city, $2 CO.
The sales at the Farmer' warehouse
this morning were will attended, aud
among the list of buyers we notioed ts
number ol new faces, of men who have
heretofore not attended the sales here.
The bidding was spirited, and the price,
obtained satisfactory to the consign.
The sale comprised 80 hhd., as follows :
43 Lugs-$3 30. 3 10, 9 05, 3 10, 3 25,
4 25, 3 40, 3 60, 3 C5, 3 45. 3 20, 4 00,
4 85, 4 40.4 05,4 45, 4 ), 3 50. 3 55, 4 00, 4 CO
3 95, 4 90. 3 30, 3 03, 3 3-1, 3 05. 3 M
3 W, a 75. 4 30. 4 00. 3 85, 4 10. 3 25,
3 60. 0 00, 3 60, 3 00, 3 50, 3 65, 3 M.
31 low to good medium leaf $0 80, C OOn
00, 8 10, 8 30, 8 35, 7 13, 7 60, 8 03.
0 00. 7 60, 8 63, 7 SO, 0 05, 8 00, 0 75.
8 33. 8 75. 7 10, ft 90, & 20. 7 00, 6 SO,
8 00, 8 0, 5 65, 0 00, 8 35, 5 50, 10 13,
7 10, 8 00, C W, 0 UO, 7 W, 0 25, 0 W.
Bran is iu ilght supply, and active de.
mand at $22(2.1 per ton.
Choice potatoes In fair supply and
good demand. Common arc plenty.
Sales reported were 50 bushels peach
blows $101 10; 20 bbls. peachblows,
Choice apples are In light supply and
good demand. Common are plenty.
Sales noted were 10 bbls. Fancy, $4; 10
bbls. Fancy, $4; 20 bbls. medium, $3
Choice butter is scarce and in demand
at good prices. Common white and yel
low is plenty and dull. Sales were 100
lbs. Southern Illinois packed, 15c ; 300
lbs. Southern Illinois roll, 18c ; 1,000 ins.
Central Illinois packed, 20022c ; 500 lbs.
Northern packed, 23021c. ' r
Supply limited. Demand good. Sales
were 300 doz. OJc ; 500 doz. 10c ; COO
Supply light and demand good. Sales
noted were 2 coops old hen. $3 50 : 1
coop old chickens, mixed, $3 50. .
Sales were 1,000 lbs. dry salt rib sides
8Jc; 500 lbs. plain sugar cured hams,
Sales lard were 10 kegs kettle rendered.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
We note hide as follows: Dry flint,
1 1014 jc. ; green salt, Clc; green, 0c.
Tallow is selling at CCJc.
The market is well supplied and the
demand light. Prices arc- $4 5004 75
for choice yellow, and $4 to $4 23 for
There Isan abundance ot all kinds of
dried fruit on the market, with but little
demand for any. Apples are worth 4 to
4Jc; and peaches, 8 to de. '
White Beans are in good supply, and
slow sale. Good are worth $1 75 to $2
per bushel, and poor and stained $1 to
Fnw Beaver No. 1 $3 50; No.
$0; No. 2 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.00
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. 3 60c
No. 4 10c Raccoon No. 1 70c ; No.
40c ; No. 3 Oo ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No
Ihoc N i.2 00c: No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c
Fox- Gray No. I $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No,
50 red lux No. I 1 ; io,
Onosum No. 1 10c; No. 2 8o
35ft. M uskrat -No. 120c : No. 2
:t 1V llonr No. I S1U: NO. 2 Sf iNO.
$3; N t$l. Woli Mountain No. I
$J.50 ; No. J $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75o ,
Prarie Wolf No. 1 $1 25; No. 2 50c;
Wil l Cat 25c. House C-it 10c. fitvlger
V e quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon oa
track, lump, $3; nut, $2, delivered car,
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 750
load red ir single tou, lump, $4 ; nu
dehve; Katun or Harrisburg coal Ot
$3 25 tier load, lump, $27; nut, $lb;d.
track peP'o". 3 00 i Pittsburg pec cr
on track, 5 60 per tori.
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