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lilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
tt...ny ImsincM Arm ruliin thrwllne
faoe, In this column under appropriate lieaiinia;
lithe rat of l.5i r . moutli or SU jm year
payable tinrtcrly in advance.
Ilnretnnrc, ntotn and Tin War.
A. HAt.l.KV Waler in Stoves, Tin and Hnnl
tvare, CJanlen mul ramiem' 1'ipliMiiints, Wire
iiKxIn, lU-friTiitorK, I'limpa anil It'l-rn.
Il Commercial Avenim. tiuiteriug, ami J oil
Work (lone on short notice.
I, iiiiiIm r.
.t . S . Mr i A 1 1 E Y-1 fc-a'er I n linril aol iofl lum
ber, floorinir, re-dimr, siditiK anil surfaced
lunilier. lath and tihinplt-x iillic ami yard
corner 1 wentietb street anil Watdiigton avenue-
t.ANCASTEH A KICK-nmlrr In Bash,
Honrs, Minds, elc, hard and (lull liniilier anil
HilnirlM. Vanl and ollice, Coiiiin. n iul avenue,
Jorntr 17th street.
I). II AUTMAN Ixulrr In Queen r.ire, Toys,
l-aaupf ami all kinds of fancy aiticl'. Coinruer
: al avenue, corner tb street.
. WILLIAM WINTKIt-Htxth atm-t lietweco
JemiucrciaJ avenue, ami Washington avenue.
4 lolhmir nnrt Meritiniit Inllurlnar.
.lOHN ANTIHM-Men-hanl Tailor and d.ahr
ID Heady Made llothiiig. "8 Ohio Jx vt-e.
Krai :atnle Afrnrln,
M. J. HOWI.I.V-hVal Kstute A, tit. Iiuys
ami sell rel mute, eulh:rts rents, pays taKes
lor ii'n-relilent etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
E:r::i C:i:.:'.:: ti:'.::s I:-.::
Train Leav Cairo
2-20 p.n. Ka't hxpress, arriving In St.
Louis h:o p. m.; t. liica, a.m.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
V1LLE FAST LINE
Arriving In Cincinnati H ",n, a.m.; I.oul
villc, a. in : Iti'liinapolix, l.l.'j a.m.;
I'aMiierjgcM by this t am arrive at above
OF ANY. OTflEB B0TJTE.
U'A p. m. Kail Mill with ulei prni att h
Ml. for ST. Ltil lS and CUICA'.O,
arriving In St. Loul at 0:'J') a.m. Clii
c a bo at 4:vt p.m. Connecting at O'lin
or Kllin'bam t jr Cincinnati, Loul-viHc
FAST TIME EAST
Pai-ent'ers ly thlv line i:o throu'li t
the Kaet without any delay c aused by
rbe SATL'KD.VY AKTKKNOoN 1 It A IN
KltdM CAllto AKKIVKS IN N K V
YOKK ilOMAY M OK NINO
30 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OT1IKH ItOt lK.
AiJvertii in-iit' of coiittini' lines that
they Luke belter time than this one, are
are fued either through i,'corance or a
OeMre to mislead the jublic.
tor thrimu'h ticket and information,
H!y t liiinoia Central It. K. Depot, Cairo.
IBA'X AhlllVK AT CAIUot
F.xpn-iS - ':'' p in.
Mail I . . a.m.
J n'l Southern Agt.
J. 1I..IONF.S. Tlclt As?t.
M. J. Howloy
Real Estate Agent.
K'OM 3 "wimkk's block.'
Dwelling of fix roonw on Twet.tkth
ftreet, cast of Walnut, $12.
Iiwellinjjof e'jht rootn, on" Walnut,
iiear Fifteenth atrctt. Itent, $13.
Two t'.re rooms in Winter's Mock;
one Irontin on SeTeuth stree t and the
other on Coinnu reial avenue. Kooins
on Feeoui floor ot Winter's Block.
Tenements Nos. 3 and 5 of Winter's row
of live rooms each. Kent, $10.
Nice dwelling tf tlx rooms on Cross
street, in a desirable neighborhood.
Waverly hotel cheap to n good tenent.
Kxeelient two-story hou-e on Twenty
eighth street, comfortably arranged.
Cottage on Hihstreet, between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street.
Storeroom and dwelling lately Mat
sonV (hoe store.
Two-story house on 19th street, of six
rooms. Rent $10.
More room comer ISth street and
Two-story liou.se corner 1 2th and Wal
nut streets. Rent 6.
Desirable rooms in various parts of the
For artistic I'hotograpiisat a moderate
cost call at Gustavo Wct.dl Gallery.
On UK C'aiko al 6t. Louis 11. II. 1
Caiku, May 1st, lf?77. j
On and alter to-day, all freight will be
received and delivered at the new depot,
on Ohio levee. Passenger trains will
leave St. Charles hotel as heretofore.
lv W. 11, M ACi'AiiLAM, Agent.
llj lv iclul to luting loeu Hum
1 1 hi- tUii ts i( errors and aluses ill
() pq lurly lifr. MuiiUimhI KcHlorcit. lln-Q
puiiinenis to marriUKe reiuoved. (jq
w ii euiMii hi iruaunt-nu M'W.k.
reinarkulilu reiiteilic. ll.uikfi1
aQ.;auil circuiais aent lire iu Kealiil S-J
li'iiveUlies. Aibitrss liovvAau A-'S
W m lATioN. Ha S. Ninth r. i'hila- 6J
! iltlpliia. l'u. An iiiktltution huv- 3
ink a Iiiiib repuiutiou tor honor
uble conduit and prufi-ioual
Ilolloway'a 1MIU auU Olutiiieu I .
Iscrolula was considered incurabla until
he great discovery of "Uolloway's Till
and O uut" flashed upon Uio world.
Diseases which ballled the skill of the
medical schools, readily yield to fueie peer
less remedies. Scurvy, eryslpelus, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Tweuty-tive ctnts
ptrbox or pot.
The knicMs vt the above order mrrl
at their hall the flrM an'l thinl Mondav
In eiw-n month. Commercial avenue. 'M iluor
south of inth street, at p.m.
J oh I. lIoi.ur.!, a. ;
ASCALOH LODGE, NO. M.
Knirht of Pythias, meet every
day niKht at halt-past avvan, in Odd
fellow' Hall. How,
AI.RXANIIKK IX)IIUK, NO. 224.
Inclt'bvnuent Unler or (KM-Iel
v f Iowa, niorm every Thursday nlKht
"ww- at nail-jKVl seven, in their ball on
Jomme-rcial avenue. Ix-twecn Haiti antf Seventh
trccts Will K. Iawii, N. U.
TIUO KNCAMl'MKNT, I. O. O. r..meet
Viii eMd-rellows' Hall on the first and third
I ucsday in every month, at ha If-pant seven
A. Commis. C Y
jK sonic Mall,
UcjLOIMiK. NCI. 17, A. r. A. M.
ilnr euniniuniraiinns in u-
rnrnrr Coiumerrial avenue
iuhth street, on the second and
'uiirth Honilav of each nuMith.
KATM OF ADTEBIIIU.
I J-AU bill for alvertiiibs, are due and pay
able in aoVAKt
Transient advertieing will )e inMTtd at the
rate of $1 W K-rfUare for the first lna-.'rtion
and 5 crnta for each iubejuent one A lilwral
discount will be made on ttunding and diiil
For inscrtina; Funeral notice 1 Notice of
mcfrtina; of societies or secret orltrs 'm cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notice
will only be Inserted as advertitteiucnU
lor lea. ma- -t will b rwMivad at lea than
LOCAL HI MlXr.ft-t .XIIlK-t
Of one square (M lines pjiaee) or more, in
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (Lens
than one sfjuure counted as a square.
One insertion rx r square 50
Two Insertion-! ner siuare
Three insertions jer equare 1 00
Six ln-rtiona per 'juare 1 7
Two week. Ier square. - 2 rJ
One rnontii per square- 3 50
Special rates ruade on large advertise
inents or ior longer time,
THE COMING SHOW.
AT TURNER HALL,
Two Days. May 8th & 9th, '77.
From one to
FIVK DISTINCT CLASsKrS,
Fntrance lee twenty-live cents which ad
mits parent, or nur-e and child.
Clas A, babes under C months.
' 2 years.
. j() .. .i y
" K Twins.
Kvery arrangement l.a.s been made
by the manager for .be comfort ot the
children and nurses. Knter your child
ren imtueOiatoiy, as the more eutereil
the more valuable the premiums, as all
the proceeds will be used iu the pre
miums, which will be ebildrens' buggies
F.ntree li-t now open at 1. UartmnnV,
corner Sixth street and Commercial
For further particulars, see circulars.
FRIDAY, MAY 4. b77.
Local Heather Heport.
CaihO. Ill, May 3, 1ST?.
Has. I Tin. I Wind.
7 a m.
lUiurull, .IS Inches,
Sergeant, Surnal bervice, V. S. A.
nny Isriuk ! May Drink !
At the Thalia Saloon, opposite the
Bulletin ofllee. Ct.
Horse, buggy, harness, and a complete
outfit for the same. The horse, five
years old, buggy and harness nearly
new, all tor one hundred and fifty dollars.
Apply to N. W. Hacker, TO Ohio levee.
Mrs. iscantland lus just opened a new
stock of millinery goods on Seventh
street bick of Messrs. Greer & White's
store. Bleaching and repairing done in
the latest styles. Rlease give me a call.
No trouble to show goods. -l-10-2t
V. Shelley ,
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
mens' garments, No. 30 Kighth street,
Cairo. Gentlemens' hats dyed and
cleaned and blocked in the latest style.
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove impurities from all fabric with
out injury to the material. lm.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, Xo. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted latin
iry establishments in the city, and land
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
3ud it to their advantage to call upon
Pirturea anil Urnohetn.
K. C. Ford lias removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street, lie lias opened a
largo stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
ehromos, picture cord nnd tassels, cur
tain tassels, fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture framing made a speciality
Chromos mounted iu the cheapest and
best style. lm
The premises lately occupied by Mr.
John Foggitt, at tiio Uot Of Seventh
street. The house is in excellent condit
ion and will bo found very convenient
and desirable. Apply at the ofllee of
Cairo and Vinceuncs railaord, to Roswcll
LOCAL POCXIT HECKS.
The baby show.
At Turner Hall.
Tuesday and Wednesday next.
Hon. A. 11. Irvln h In the city.
Michael Coyne has lelt for Deadwood,
Capt, W. I llalliday will leave for
They have an "Oberly corner" at
Commerce, Mo. street corner.
rrof. Cooke to-night and to-morrow
night at the Atheneum.
Ain't It about time for basc-balltsU to
Jailor Mahoney and the chain gang
arc grading the kvee above Eighth
Mr. Oberly will lecture before Jthc
Odd Fellows at Blue Island to-morrow
R. Fitzgerald new brick opposite
Ihe court house will be completed and
ready for occupation in a few days.
A number of gamblers have coagre
gated in the ci:y, but we have heard of
no recent fleecings.
The K. M. K. C. hop will take place
next Tuesday evening Instead of Friday,
as stated in yesterday's issue.
tended, a'tid 'tu4oVi'OfiS9 .at the Farmers'
good prices. at-
i-r. Muithiias at h la utWoo. in win
ter's block several specimens of ancient
pottery excavated from a mound nenr
Our colored people are manifestly on
their good behavior. Between the
whites and blacks there is about a "stand
ort"' in the city cooler.
The Atheneum will be crowded to
night with spiritualists, skeptics and
anti-spiritualists to witness the expo
sures. Taxes are now due and must be paid
in a lew days, otherwise costs will lie
added when the collector commences the
preparation of the delinquent list.
Bill Scott's "fast hoss" came to a
sudden halt yesterday at noon In front ot
the Bulletin- ofliee, treaking the front
axle of the wagon near the wheel.
I he ordinances says there shall be
lour police constables and a chief.
Mayor Winter says there shall be two.
What does the council say i
Now and theu we hear mention of
nreparatiou for the next county election.
We understand that there are several
parties willing to serve the people as
The high school commences now at
half past seven in the morning and closes
at one in the afternoon. This is done to
save an extra trip at noon during the
Tlia latest sensation is the elopement
of a gardner's daughter in the Fifth
ward. Our reporter has been diligently
at work lo secure the particulars, but
w ithout succes.
Mike Sullivan.the uptown buffer.and
me itsuiT oi uie row Sunday a week
ago, in the Fourth ward, to avoid the of-
ucers w no nave several warrants for his
his arrest, left for Chicago.
Squirrels are said to be abundant in
the country surrounding Cairo. Several
hunting parties who weri nut tr. c,..
during the past week, met with success!
-The unsophisticated stranger mu.t
look out.or some of the splendid chances
oflered by the sharpers that are now
in the city will fleece them of the last
Mr. Reisser has not yet decided
whether he will repair the frame build
ing that was damaged by the fire the
the other night or build a new building
in its place. He is waitlngon the insur
Sanfor and l 'u vol, the gamblers who
a month or six weeks ago made Cairo
their headquarters, have taken Greeley's
advice and gone west. They are now at
Deadwood. Hike Coyne has cone to
There seems to be some doubt about
the truth of the story told by the col
ored women, who claims that she was
so grossly insulted by a down town
shoemaker at his shop on Wednesday
afternoon. Her story does hang to
gether well, and it is jusc possible that
she has colored it a little.
FUio Fuulosky who has a liner name
thancharacter.had Frank Bonnie arrested
yesterday on a charge of using abusive
language, t rank had a change of venue
from 'Squire Comings to Bird. The evi
dence being weak and Elsie's former bad
character convinced the Judge that she
ought to pay the cost, and thereupon he
The CDmplaiutJ on account ol the
dilapidated condition ot the sidewalks
are frequent and serious. We know of
one persen that lies at the point ot death
caused from a fall oil the sidewalk on
Ohio levee where there was no railing.
Peoples necks have been imperilled
long enough on account ot dark streets
and miserable sidewalks. Something
should be done and that immediately.
Boys, and now and then grown in
dividuals, having provided themselves
with skills aud rafts, may be seen at all
hours on the surface of tho sipe water.
Xo kind of work Is more laborious than
pulling or rowing these heavy floats, yet
tiiey believe It tun. It not unlrequently
happens that boats capsize or rafts go to
pieces and send their Jiving freight to the
bottom, but so far no serious results have
Considering tho bad weather, there
was a very fair attendance at the noclable
at Mrs. Duunlng's last evening. The
entertainment was a very pleasant one,
as are till tho entertainments giveu by
the ladies oi tne Church of the Re.
dcetucr. Tho music was excellent, the
reading Hue, aud last, though by no
means least, the coflce, sandwiches, ice
cream and cake were par excellence, Al
in all, tho sociable) was a great success.
A ftiirltl Re-ply to "4 Trni i.it-l(.
nlit"-A LIHI Bit nter ol avoei.
Sr. Charles Hotel, May 3d, 177.
Editor Cairo Bulletin t
Sine one signing himself "A True
Spiritualist" has written you a tedious
effusion charging me with all the sins of
the raco of Adam, and also
has the sublime cflroutry to ask
my agents or myself to reply to
his personal abuse. Generally, 1 do not
notice such abortive attempts to gain
newspaper notoriety; but as I am a
stranger here, residents of tins city may
lay some weight to the sayings of the
imbecile disciple ot table tipping? and
rope tylngs. My honest (':) friend says
that I am guilty of crazy declarations
when I asscit (as I positively do) that
manifestations arc produced by trickery,
although declared genuine by Robert Dale
Owen, Prof. Crookes and other so-called
scientific men. Robert Dale Owen has
written many readable works, but his
blind belief in the consummate trickery of
many so-called mediums has finally led
to his being Incarcerated In a lunatic
asylum. Crookes is not far behind, and
ho himself acknowledges that his scien
tific training does not necessarily make
hiin an expert In detecting trickery.
Xow to answer "Spiritualist's" ques
First 1 do assert that I can duplicate
all the tricks of Slade, Foster and Mans-
Second I will mateiia,izeliuma faces
and forms under exactly the same con
ditions as are imposed by Mrs. Holmes,
Mrs. Miller, Mott or Barham. Ti e ma
terialized spirit of Katie King w ill walk
around upon the stage in full view r t the
Third You can use your own ropes,
wax the ends, etc. You arc also invited
to bring liandcufls, and fasten them upon
me tor that matter bring several pairs,
and we will see what.the spirits (.') can do.
Fourth Now, should I upon Friday
evening, duplicate the above tests the
fundamental phenomena of spiritualism
and explain it all to tiy audience, may
I not be pardoned for deeming you, a de
luded mortal, not worthy of the confi
dence of your fellow men, in as much as
you have failed to exercise ordinary pre
caution against trickery. "Spiritualist''
dubs me a in cdium or an iniposter As I
know no diff. rence between the two. I
would as leave be called one as the other.
Now, to conclude, I will pay $r00 for
any so-called spiritual manifestation 1
cannot duplhate, or any medium 1
cannot expose if allowed to see him three
time. Very truly, II. Cooke,
Crown thy head in glory with one of
Stetson's Philadelphia hat., at 4.
Fambaker & Haas. tf
The latest 6tyles of spring, s'.ill hats
at A. Marx. lw
Fine fashionable cassimere suits, at
$12,50, at Farnbakcr & Haas'. If
A. Marx sells centennial cains at 25
Pa, did you hear the news The best
cassimere pants in the city are sold now
at live dollars at Fambaker & Haas'. If
The finest stock of furnishing goods
ever brought to Cairo at A. Marx, lw
Summer is upon us, and the reliable
clothiers, Fambaker & Haas, are selling
tho best (unequaled by tailors) white
vests from $1.50 to 55. If
The finest navy ll inel suits in the
city at A. Marx, at only $13 50. lw
-A large line ol white vests at A.
A. Marx, the popular clothier has
gone East to purchase a complete new-
stock of goods. The goods damaged by
fire at his old stard are being closed out
rapidly at very low figures. 4-24-1 w.
Refrigerators, the very best, at A.
Ilailey's, 115 Commercial avenue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' im
plements, plows, corn planters and shelt
ers, sulkey rakes, and a general stock ot
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stands,
both wire and wood, llower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging ba.-kets ot all
kinds ; the largest variety ol bird cages
in the city and will be sold very low at
. Ilailey's, 115 Commercial avenue.
laj llrlnk! May ltrinU !
tthe Thalia Saloon, opposite
farm for Kent.
A Hue farm of 65 acres in Alexander
county.on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Good dwelling, kirn. well. Ac.
on thee place. Rent low to a good tenant.
M. J. Howlf.v,
;it Real Estate Ag't.
I -!) era' ANMorinflou.
The next regular monthly meeting of
the Cairo tax payers' association will be
held in the olllee of C. R. Woodward's
novelty iron store, on Friday evening,
May 4th. Hour oi meeting 7:30 o'clock.
A full attendance of the members Is
especially desirable. M. 11. Hauhell,
I'iuuoa auel Organ
Mr. C. Robbins will continue to make
Cairo his headquarters, oll'ering the fol
lowing splendid pianos lower thau ever,
viz: "Yallcv Gem," 'Decker, Bros.,"
Bloomtield & Otis," "Hallet, Davis &
Co.," and "Narveson efc Son." Also most
any make of organs. His busiues place
after May 5th will be northwest corner
S.xtli and I.eveo streets.
A I'rluter) Towel,
Alas, we have no towel. Months ago
the devil drove a spike into each end of
the last last one, adjusted a stock, and it
is now doing valiant service as a roller
core. They wipe on tho place whero it
use d to stand. Ex
Once had a towel. U hung for
many years on a nail behind the news
room door. During a wind storm it was
blown from its fastening and killed our
pit cat. From that day to this our devil
lias burned every towel brought into the
May Drink! May Drink!
At th Thalia Saloon, oppoiit th Ball.
tin office. Ct.
A good cook. Apply to Mrs.W.R.
Smith, Thirteenth street between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut.
Friday Evening, May 4tlf, A. D., 1377,
8 o'clock, sharp.
All interested will please be punctual
I)r W. C. Joeelyii
Has received a
large assortment of artificial teeth, and is
prepared to supply nil of his patrons.
All branches of dentistry perlormed in
the most durable manner. Call at once.
Ortlce Eighth street between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illi
- Tobacco and Cigrr.
Merchants,grocers, and saloon-keepers
should not forget that Messrs. Corlls &
Rankin, proprietors of the Prairie State
-l'cin;u an i-.-utuilsillIlcni al lllu COlnc,
ofSixtn strex-t nnd Ohio levee in this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and most complete stock ot
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
The New 1 ow u Hall at Aver.
Tliis elegant structure Is now complete
In beauty of aeslgn it surpasses anything
of its kind in the state. Constructed of
brick and dark marble it is as perma
nent as it is charming. The English
architects have adorned it in subdued
colors, which please without tiring the
eye. Dr. J. C Ayer built and gave It to
the town in acknowledgment of the dis
tinction they conferred upon him in tak
ing Ids name. Although it is a gener
ous gilt, still the hearty good wishes ol
a whole people arc ot greater value, and
the generous donor has doubtless secured
them. VrUon (.Vajs.) Journal. lm
The Hiae Coarse In Hheuuiallam.
Rheumatic patieuts who have been in
duced to submit to depletion by blood
letting, or to take catechum and other
drugs ot an equally pernicious character,
will consult their well-being by abandon
ing such insane procedure, and using as
a substitute Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
which will infallibly afford them the
much desired relief, and is absolutely
sate. This benign vegetable depurent
cools the blood by expelling from it the
inflammatory elements which give rise to
maladies of a rhetnatic and trouty type,
and rcctities disordered conditions ot the
stomach, nervous system and bowels
which .usually accompany them. As
rheumatism has a tendency to attack the
heart, the desirability of an early resort
to the Bilters is obvious, since the danger
is increased by every moment of delay.
Caiho, Illinois, Tin hsdat Evrvixc, l
Muy 3, 1S77.
The market here is quiet and business
is comparatively dull. Trade since our
last report has been only moderately ac
tive, and transactions in grain and flour
have been light. There is no change
worthy of note in the market
tor other articles quoted. The
weather has been cool, and
to-day it Is blustery, twith strong Indi
cations of rain. The frosts of Suuday
and Monday nights undoubtedly
injured the earlier varieties ot lruit to
some extent, but it is impossible yet to
give anything like an accurate state
ment of the damage. The late fruit has
not been injured at all so far as heard
Freight rates to New Orleans by river
are unchanged 30 cents per dry bbl. and
15 cents per cwt.
JtajjT'Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only lor
sales from tirst hands in round lots. Iu
tilling orders and tor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
There is no material change in the
flour market. The market is strong and
firm at prices already quoted. J'he de
mand is light and transactions are limit
ed. Pui chasers are inclined to hold off
and handle no more than the require
ments ot their trade demand. The
stock on the market is light. We note
sales of 100 bbls. choice family, $10 ;
1,000 bbls various grades, $10 60(2dl;
120 bbls., $9(3,11 ; 300 bbls. various
grades, $0 25&10 50; 50 bbls. Dow grade,
There U yery little doing iu hay, Re
ceipts are light, but the supply on the
market is ample for the demands of the
trade. Prices are steady at quotations.
Sales noted were 2 cars choice Timothy,
$12; 2 cars good mixed, $10 501I; 1
car Fa.tcy Tiaiotliy, on orders, $13 ; 3
cars choleo Timothy, $12 ; 2 cars fair
There is a good demand lor corn,
while the supply on the market Is small
and rcevIpU uro very light. Price are
unsteady and vary from 40 to 5Jo for
white. We note sales ot 2 cars white In
bulk, 50c; 850 sack while, Slo; 2,000
sacks white, 075'Je.
There is a liberal demand for o.iU, but
bat there are yery lew on the market.
Receipts dnrlng tho last week hate been
very light, and far below the reqnire
inents ol the market. Sales reported
were 50 sacks northern, 50c ; 250 sacks
white, 60c ; 2 cars northern mixed in
A further advance of 2530 cents has
taken place, and sales arc now made at
$2 80&3 00. The supply on the market
Is limited ; the demand Is fair. Sales re
ported were 200 bbls. city, $2 802 00 ;
350 bbls. do., $2 WYS2 85.
Bran Is higher, and Is now quoted at
$23 per ton. There is very little on the
market. The demand is moderately ac
tive, bales noted were i car at per
ton ; 200 sacks, $25.
Tho wciekly sale at the Farmers' To
bacco warehouse took piaso to-eiay,
and was attended by an unusually board
of buyers. The demand seems to uavo
Increased, and all tho oiierings were
taken at good prices. Tho following
were the sales: 1 1 hhds. Lugs $3 00. 3 20,
3 00. 3 00, 4 83, 4 00, 4 05, 3 15, 3 4."
4 20, 3 10,3 25, 3 05, 3 35; 10 hhds. low
to medium leaf, $3 40, 5 00. 5 40, 7 00,
4 85, 700, 5 20, 5 70, 5 05, 5 10; 10 hhds
medium to eood leaf. 00. 0 00, 10 5
9 B0, 7 23, 8 10, 0 10, 7 75, 7 50, 8 50,
Vext week the sales will take place on
ThtiMilav and Fridav.
The market is active for good ; the
prevleruS-UinUwl.and prices steady at
100 bushels in sacks, SI 23 ; 50 bbls. new
potatoes sold at $ 0 CO.
Choice apple) are scarce and in de
mand. Common aud small are plenty
and slow sale. We note sales oi 5 obis.
Fancy, large, $1; 5 bbls. small, but
sound, at $2.
Sales of provisions were: 1.C00 lbs.
clear rib bacon sides, ltc.; 3,000 lbs.
dry salt rib sides, 8Jc.; 700 lbs. bacon
shoulders, Clc.; 3,000 lbs. choice clear
rib bacon sides, 10c.
The supply of all grades of butter is
plenty; and of low grade the market is
badly overstocked. We note sales of 5
pails good yellow country, 20c.; 800 lbs.
Southern Illinois, 14(2,10c; 500 lbs. in
terior, 10c, (500 lbs. Northern in tubs,
23V,24c.,1001bs. Southern Illinois, ISc.
The market is well supplied with eggs,
though uot overstocked. Receipts are
liberal and the demand lair. We Quote
sales of 400 dozen, 0c ; 300 dozen, 0c ;
800 tlozen, 10c; 214 dozen, 0c ; 200
dozen, OJe; 100 dozeu, 9c; 500 dozen, 0c.
Sales oranges were 10 boxes, at $4.
Sales salt were 150 bbls., at $1 50.
The supply of poultry on the market Is
light, and but little is arriving. The
demand is fair, and prices steady. Good
hens are worth $3 50, aud mixed chick
ens $2 No sales were reported.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Receipts of hides are fair, and prices
steady at 14Q,14Jc for dry flint ; green
salt, CJc, and green Cc. Tallow is worth
The market is well supplied and the
demand light. Prices are $4 004 73
for choice yellow, and $4 to $123 for
There Is an abundance ot all kinds of
dried fruit on the market, witli but little
demand for any. Apples are worth 3 to
4c; and peaches, 7 to Sc.
White Beans are in good supply, and
slow sale. Good are worth $1 75 to $2
per bushel, and poor and stained $1 to
r L BS.
Furs Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No.
$6; No. 2 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.00
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. S 60o
No. 4 10c Raccoon No. 1 70c ; No. 1
40c: No. 3 0c; No, 410c. Skunk No.
I 85c No. 2 00c; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c.
Fox- Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 2
60 red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c.
O posu m No. 1 10c ; No. 2 So ; No. S.
35c Muskrat No. 120c; No. 2 15c; No
3 10c. Bear No. I $10; No. 2 $7 No.
$3; No4$l. Wolf Mountain Ni. 1
$2.50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75c ,
Prarie Wolf No. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 50e;
Wild Cat 23c. House '.'it. 10c. B Iger
W e quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon oa
track, lump, $3; nut, $2, delivered car,
load per ton, lump, $3 00; nut, $2 75u
load red per single ton, lump, $4 ; nil
delive; Raum or Ilarrisburg coal ot
$3 23 per load, lump, $27 ; uut, $lti;dr.
track per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg per oi e
on track, $5 50 per tore
RISK STA1 t.Hl'.ST.
REl'eUtT i.f the comlitlon tr the City Na
tional Hunk, at Cairo, in the Hate ol 1111-
uoia, at Uie cluoe ol Ininiues, April H, la,
Loans ami discount 111,03i 00
IT. S. Uouila to secure circiiluliuu.... ao.uou uu
I. 8. bonds on turn J ,JAO mi
Other stocks, bond. ami niortKaees... SJ.SJi So
Due fiom approved re
serve agents $ S7,1M Ts
lue from other National
Hank .... H.sfd 47
Due from Suite lawk aud
bankers U.VS i
lieatesuite, furniture and tutures...,
e urivut expciiru-a and taxes paid
Checks aud other cu-.li
KilU of olui-r hauls.. 4.J..5 l)
r'ructiouul currency, iu-
cludiiiK nickels 6,14 7''
Specie (iuelinl mar KoM
livamiry certitlcjttes). Lt.iiW 47
I-cKul-tenucr notes 3,oki no
J, 477 l
ltKltiiiptiou fluid with V. H. treasu
rer j ier cent, of circulation) -
lue from V S. treasurer, oilier than
Spcrcciit. ivdciuptioii l'u iul
C'uoilul stuck imid ill !''. '" en)
s,, I'm,, I " S".i on
I ' mliviil.-.! 1,1,, 111 4,.1l li
Nittiuiml hank notes outnUiinJiuu 4i,t io
Invideuds uupaid ' UJ
Individual dcpoiis "'
jc.t to check 44,iIS So
line to oUuT .National
- Iin- , ".I."
line to Stale huuks and
U-oiker 'si.no M-aU ft lei
Total - .. .KUni M
fcl.iteed-Illinois, lniiily ol Al. xauder a.
I, A. li, tatWd, Cahu-r of the atwve
k. il.i luilfioiilv sweiu that the alwvve
sluU iiicut is true to the liest i.l my knowings
u,.,l w-h-f. A . H. trr emu. Uasliler.
hulHCribed and SWoruto More me Ihia ttll
day of AprU. 1T7. II. H. UMKK,
' v Notary Tuhlic
W . IMIAM IDAT. 1
H, II. ( t SSlNC.il AM, HU. tol4.
U. i. H UXlAMaOM.
May 4th and 5th
The Latest New York
The Famcus Original and Real
Exposar of Spiritualism, whose
Wonderful performances have
Received the Highest En
comiums from the Press
Endorsed by Upwards of One
Thousand Vronainent Divines,
Editors. Uteri, and No
$500 CHAMPS iWZm
Will Perform Ijy
AH the startling manifestations of the
most famous nieiliutna who e-Uim the
samo tost; given under the same
conditions, to he accom
plished by aid cf
The Great Handcuff
I hereby challenge Marshal (Jossmun or
any other ollleer ot the law to brinir to my
seance nny hundcufTs from which I cannot
Anna Eva Fay's.
Great London Sensation seance as endors
ed by Prof. Cooke's, F. It. 8.
tion. Water will turn to wine, aud wine back
to water aain.
Dr. Henry Slade.
The marvellous Independent Slate- Writ
ings occur upon the open lighted stage,
and iu full view of the audience.
The mini" ot dead acquaintances of ni am
bers ol the audieuce.will apteux upon my
naked arm iu leueis ot blood.
Katie King Mystery
nd other materialization will be fullv
dtiplicuted, spirit tonus aud laces will be
plainly seen and often recognized.
Sealed Letter and Clari-
Illustrutiug how the noted medium au
swer mental or secretly written iicUous
During this tft the past, pieseut aud fu
ture will be revealed.
Read's Solid Iron Ring,
A Solid Iron ltin will be placed upon a
person's arm, while he is firmly holding
the prolueor' hand. Any Cairo black
smith can made the ring and It will be used
1 will allow a committee of tea gentlemen
selected trotn the audience, to tie. ma wtta
ropes and 1 will bt untied lusiJc of one
miuutet, while tied the) most wonderful
manifestations wiil oc;ur.
Prof. Fay Outdone.
The committee will bind me band and foot
and while in this condition a coat Iroin the
back of cue ol the au tieuce ill be trans
ferred to my back, and alter belug secure
ly sewed together at the neck and cutis,
will be intuutancouly, and in full view of
the audience, returned by some uuseeu
power to Its owner. Not a knot untied or
a seal unbroken.
1 unequivocally and without reservation
pronounced the railed pbeuomena ol
Spiritualism huiubugery aud denounce
mediums, one and all a frauds. Not
withstanding that spiritualist claim that
myself and acslktaDts are uiediuma. I here
by atrtve to wager the sum of ! or more
that I can tully, completely and satUlacto
riully perforin and cxtuee and niaui-
testations of o called apil It power, which
I am permitted lo witness.
Mgued, u. Cook a.
ADMISSION ia) AND 13 CKNT-S.
No extra charge for reserved seat Seat
for sale on aud after Wednesday at liart
The moat wonderiul and refined our
talumeot evergivcn lu South ru Illinois.