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jiIRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Vol... Any business firm can have three line
pare. In this minma un-ler appropriate heading
tithe rat of ei.flo rT month or SjU per year
payable quarterly In advance.
Hardware, ejtovea Mil Tin War.
A. HAt.t.KY Dealer in fove,Tln snd Hard
nare, jilen and rarniers' Implements, Wire
..,., llefriKeintor, I'nitips ami lavMn-H.
ll j commercial Avenue, (iutterlng, nl Job
Work dune on short notice.
.J. S.McitAHEY Ik-alerlnhard kail soft lam
Iwr. flooring, eeilln-r, sidinir and surfaced
liimlwr, lath an 'I ehiuglex. Ofli-e anl yard
earner I wentieth street and Washington avenue
LANCASTER A KICK-Dealers In Rash.
Soma, blinds, etc., hard ami unit lumber ami
bins-lea. Yard and office. Commercial avenue,
orner 17th street.
D. H AKTMAM-Dealer in Queenswar. Toys,
tjBi ami all kind of fancy srtiel". Comtiter-
a! avenue, corner Mh street.
. WHJ.IAM WINTER-lxth street between
!mmeTriai avenue and Washington avenue.
luthina; antl Merehant railarliiaT-
JOHN ANTRIM-Merrhant Tailor and dealer
In iteadv Made Clothing. 7 Ohio ltx.
Ileal l.atnte Agrnrlrw.
M. J. HOWLKT-lleal Ktat A (rent, llnye
and tell real mtate, collects rem, para taxes
lor non-rewldenta etc. OimrueixiaJ avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth street.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Train Leave) Cairo
220 p.m. Fast hxprees, arriving la St.
Louis ti 'J) p. to.; Chicago. 1M, a.m.
8 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
vIlle FAST LINE
Arriving In Cincinnati a.m.; Louis
ville, b.21, a ta ; Indianapolis, 4.15 a.m.;
I'asaengers by this train arrive at above
OF ART OTflEK K0UTE.
- 1"0 p. m. Fait Mail no sleepers attacb
' ed. for ST. LOLIS and CUlCAtiO,
arrlvins In St. Ixml at V-M a.m. Vbt
caeo at K.W p.m. Coonerttnir at Odin
or Edingbatn lor Clneionatl, LouUrille
FAST TIME EAST
l'aenftra by thl line go through to
the Kat without any delay raud by
The hATLKDAV AFTEKNOON Tit AIN
FROM CAIK AllKIVES IN NEW
YORK MONDAY MORNING
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTIJEIi KOLTE.
AdvertinemenU of compiling linca that
tbev m-ke belter t'tue than this one, are
are i.eued either tbrouifb i-oorancc- or a
desire to mislead toe LUblic.
or tltrouKh tickets and inlorrnatlon,
apply at Illinois Central K. K. Depot, Cairo,
iA'Ki Asr.iva at caiao
Kipres ..-':" p m.
MaU - l:fia m.
(len'l Southern At.
J. II. Joxks. Ticket Agt.
M. J. Hcwloy
Real Estate Agent.
KOOM 3 "IMtR'it PI.OCK.M
UweJlin!' of fix rooms ou Twentieth
street, ea"t of Walnut, $12.
pwell'mjrof t ight rooms, ou" Wtdnut,
near Fifteenth sfeet. Hent, f 13.
Two store rooms tu Winter's Dloek;
one trontinjr on Seventh street and the
other on Commercial avenue. Koorn
on f-eeond Iloor ol Winter's DIoek
Tenements Xos. 3 and 5 of Winter's row
ol live room euch. Kent, $10.
Nice dwellinir of eix rooms on Cross
street, lu a desirable neighborhood.
Waverly hotel cheap to a good tetient
Kxct-lleut two-Mory house on Twenty-
eivliih etieet, comlortably arranged
Cottage on llth'street. between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street.
Storeroom and dwelling lately Mat-
son's shoe store.
Two-story house on 10th street, ol six
rooms. Kent $10.
Store room corner ISth street and
Two-story house corner 12th and Wal
nut streets. Kent f G.
Desirable rooms in various parts of the
For artistic Thotographs at a moderate
cost call at Gustave Wetzell s Gallery.
iiiuiv lelliu to joiuiK iucu nun.
Iiue. ellrrut of errors and abuse inl
tj tfl'taiiv lile. Muiiliood ItCBtorcci. nu-iu
IkaJ (3 petlliueuU to marriage removen.
l ' .vtw n etnoi oi ireaiineni. ie.
Ml1411' reiusisttiiiv rviueoica.
paOttSlind circulars fctut free in M-aled W
r enveloiws. Adders Uowabo As-'S
K WisotiAtio:. 4IU N. Ninth a'. 1'Uila- Cfl
QQ , ds'ubia. l'u. An institution buv-M
Eble conduct anil profe6iouul
in., l.iirti rei.iklrtt i..n In. ttnni.e.i
Hollow a 'a Pills aud Ointment.
Scrofula was considered incurable until
he great discovery of "Holloway's rills
and O uieut" flasned upon the world.
Diseases which battled the skill of the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
less remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, and all eutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Twenty-live cent
per box or pot.
Farm for Kent.
A fine farm of 85 acres In Alexander
couuty.on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Good dwelling, Warn, well, &c,
on the place. Rent low to a good teuant.
M. J. IIowley,
3t Real Estate A g't.
K. M. K.C.
The kntpMt of the almve order meet
at their Intil the tint and tliitd Monday
In taco month. Commercial avenue, 2-1 dour
south of )(th street, at n p m.
J on a 1. lioi.Mtt, U. U. M.
ASCALON LODGK, NO. 61.
Knlrht of Pythian, meet every frl
day night at naU-pMl seven . in Odd-1-ellow'
AI.KXANPKR LODUE, NO. 224.
Independent Ur or (Mia-rel-
at baff-tiait seven, in their nail on
nirn-rcial avenue, between rtixth and Seventh
reta Will K. II.vwki!, N. O.
TUHO KVCAMPMENT, !. O. O. T.. meet;
in Odd-K' llows Mall on the Unit and third
in mlav in every month, at balf-paat aeven
A. Cominos, C P
- Held r
CAIItl)IM,K. XO.tn.M.T. A. M.
I regular oommunicauoni in sia-
Hull, corner loniliierciai avenue
iirhth atreet, on the aecond and
'urth Mondav of each month.
HATC OF ADTEHISIWU.
' tyAU bill for advertiainu, are due and pay
able in ADVAKCB
Tranaient adrertislnir will be inserted at the
rate of 11 0 er aruare for the flrat Insertion
and 5" cents for eawih aubnejnent one A liberal
discount will be uucle on atanding and difpl
For lnscrtini? Funeral notice 1 0 Notice of
meetin-r of societies or secret orlera 60 cent for
Church, Baciety, Festival and 8upier notice
Will only be Inserted as advertisements
No advertisement "ill be received at less than
t oecta, and no advertisement will be inserted
for less than three dollars ler month
MICA I. Rt'NI.W.A SOU EH
Of one square (S lines space) or rnore, in
acrtetl in the Uvllkti as follows : (Ix-ns
than one square counted a a square.)
One Inwrtlon p r square $ .V)
Two insertions, per miiiare-. 75
Three Insertion per square 1 00
.Six ini;rUon per square 1 75
Two wet-aii per square - 2 50
One month per square- S u0
-I)eelul ratt-8 made on large advertine-
ments or for longer Utue,
FRIDAY, MA V 11. 1877.
I .oral weather ale port.
Cuno. 111., May 1", (877.
Baa. Tub. I Wnro. I
hi. 107 !
JO 0'." t
.v." if i
sergeant. BuclmI Service. '. b.A.
Horse, buggy, harnoss. and a complete
outfit for the same. The horse, five
years old, buggy and harness nearly
new, all lor one hundred and lifty dollars.
Apply to X. W. Hacker, 70-Ohio levee.
l . atiielley.
Dyer &ui cleaner of ladies' and gentle
men.,' garments, o. m t,ignu street,
Cairo. Gentlemens' hats dyed and
cleaned and blocked in the latest style.
Chemical soap ou hand, warranted to
remove impurities from all labrics with
out Injury to the material. Int.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
ie laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
;ween Waehington and Commercial ave
nues, has one oi me wst conuuetea latin-
iry establiBhments in the city, and land-
.ords of hotels an J boarding houses will
ind it to their advantage to call upon
I'lrlore nnl Brackets.
E. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Ilracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
large stock ol brackets, shelves, frames,
chromos, picture cord and tasels, cur
tain tassels fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
I'icture Iraming made a speciality
Chromos mounted iu tic cheapest and
best style. lm
To all who are stiflering from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that w ill
cure you, Jree oi cnarge. mis great
cmedy w as discovered by a missionary
;n South America. Sena a sen-ad
dressed envelope to the Kcv. Jotph T.
nnian, Station D. Bible House, Xew
K O.tV. I- S l-I ll
t'roaaiiiir I be Draert
Is generally an eventlul epUode in life;
w hether it be a pilgr'm to worship the
prophet's shrine at Mecca, or as a part ot
a caravan of merchants. Tha dangers of
the destructive simoon, attacks ot preda
tory robbers and the agony of dying
from thirst are dissipated on reaching
one of those gardens ot tho dese't, an
oasis. Partaking of that w hicli recuper
ates, they meet their future difficulties
with recruited strength and renewed en
crglcs. So with modern life, dangers
from disease threaten all humanity, but
it we make use of a remedy which allevi
ates accute attacks of sickness, thug pre.
venting their becoming chronic, we shall
realize that necessary and refreshment in
traveling life's desert which has been dis
covered In the Homk Stomach Bitters.
Two Irreconcilable Conditions.
Debility aud health are irreconcilable
conditions. Weakly people, that U to
say people who lack the vitality requi
site tor a vigorous discbarge of each aud
all of (ho bodily functions, are invaria
bly alllkteJ with some, though it may
bo a trifling, disorder ol the system.
Atony, or a waut ot muscular and ner
vous vigor, Is accompanied by poverty of
the blood aud leanness. A certain way
to overcome it ana prevent tne aggra
vated maladies to which it must ulti
inalely lead is to use Hosttttcr's Stom
ach Bitters, which promote digestion anp
assimilation of the food, and thus aro
the means of furnishing the body with
supply of blood of a quality essential to
Uy proper nourishment. Invigoratlon
through tbe Instrumentality of tbe
matchless tonic protects tne feeble from
a host af bodily ills which lurk in am
bu-h lor the debilitated. The bitters are
an article which it is most desirable to
keep constantly on hand. 4-JO-7t
A grocery store, stock and fixtures, lo
cated at Bird's Point, Missouri, will bo
sold for $125. For particulars Inquire
at F. Korsmeyr's Cairo, Ills. 5 8 2w
A bouse on Division street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to " W. R. Smith.
To Uaalrnelura and Build era.
All bids for the work to plica an iron
front and other work In the house on
corner of Eleventh street and Commer
cial avenue, must be left with 13. F.
Make on Tuesday evening, May 8th,
1S70, at 8 o'clock, p.m. See plan and
spcclticalimsat Makes. F. Bross.
Tobacco and rig-era.
Merchants. grocers, and saloon-keepers
should not loret that Messrs. Corlla &
Kankln, proprietors ot the IVatrlo State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estiollsnment at the corner
of Sixtn street and 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 ol
obar-co and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prenared to
supply the wauts of the trade at the
lowent living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
Mrs. Spears has removed her place ot
business from Seventh street to Com
mercial avenue, Xo. 11S, In Winter's
block, where she will be pleased to wel
come her old customers and new ones.
She has a fine assortment of new goods
Irom Xew York, consisting ol ladies hats
of all patterns, flowers, leathers and all
kinds of goodi In the millinery line.
Ladies w ill do well to call and examine
before buying elsewhere. She will be
leased to show goods at all times. Hats
bleached and trimmed to order: coloring
black or brown 4-22- lm
The Pad ch Harmonic society have
the pleasure to announce that at the re
quest of many of the citizens of Cairo,
they will produce the celebrated cantata
of "Ilulh" at the athtneutn on Tuesday
evening, May lith. The chorus in the
production of the great cantata will con
sist of upwards ol kighty bi.ngkks. The
costumes and properties have been got
ten up at great expense, and the piece
has requi.ed several months of study and
It is seldom the lot of any one to wit
ness the production of the great cantata
more than once in a lite-time. Tickets,
50cU. Keserved scats, 75cU., at Dan
Hartman's where Librettos may also
be procured at 15cts. a copy. did
AirOTHEK BABY SHOW.
And Xow the Colored Folk are Go
ing- to Exblbit IbelrHlda.
The baby show excitement is destined
to continue a while longer. The colored
people have determined to exhibit their
babies, and arrangements for the event,
which cannot fail to be one of unusual
Interest to the public generally, are be
ing made. A couple of well known col
ored men have the matter in hand, and
are consummating their arrangements
for the occasion with dae diligence. The
show will take place on Tuesday, 22d
inst. The place will be made known
hereafter. Look out for fun.
The Sew Town Hall at Aver.
This elegant structure is now complete.
In beauty of aesign it surpasses anything
ol its kind in the state. Constructed ot
brick and dark marble it is as perma
uen as it is charming. The English
architects have adorned it iu subdued
colors, which please without tiring the
eye. lr.J.c. Ajer uuiunnu gave it to
the town '.n acknowledgment of the dis
tinction they conferred upon him in tak
ing his name. Although It is a gener
ous gilt, still the hearty good wishes ot
a w hole people are of greater value, and
the generous donor has doubtk-ss secured
thefti. Groton (Mau.) Journal. lm
Tbe Wive (nuns in Rbsnmaliua.
Rheumatic patients who have been in
duced to submit to depletion by blood
letting, or to take Ci.techum and other
drugs ot an equally pernicious character,
will consult their well-being by abandon
ing such insane procedure, aud tiding as
a substitute HosU-tter's Stomach Bitters,
which will Inlallibly 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 rhematic and gouty type
and rectifies disordered conditions Of the
stomach, nervous system and bowels
which ;iieiially accompany them. As
rheumatism has a teudency to attack the
heart, the desirability ot an early resort
to the Bitters is obvious, since the danger
is increased by every moment of delay.
The Old Police
At six o'clock last evening the old
chief of police, Henry Gossuiau, aud Of
ficer Andy Cain stepped down and out,
aud the new chief, C. D. Arter, and the
newly appointed police constables, Dan.
McCarthy, W. F. Axley, Henry
Sargent and Martin O'Maley assumed
the guardianship of the city. It Is but
Justice to say that the relirelng officers
were not displaced because ot any in
efficiency or misconduct, but simply
because they were pot sufficiently active
in their support of Mayor Winter iu hi
receut cauvass for re-election. Messrs.
Gossman aud Cain were laithtul and
ofilelent cfllxrs, aud in their retirement
they carry with them the best wishes of
tbe public generally.
Cruet Arter and Coustables Sargent and
O'Malle) have all served on tho force,
and aro good officers. McCarthy aud Ax
ley ar new men, but w ill no doubt make
ITABBID BY A W0MAH.
A FlBjbl la Whirls "Tricky ,, h
nrsre, o tea.
Is a negro who has won an unenviable
reputation as a loafer and vagiant, and
is regarded by all who know him, black
and white alike, as a dissolute and bad
man. Ham is a night prowler, and may
be found loafing about the dens in the
lower part ol the city at almost any hour
of the night.
ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT,
Or Thursday morning rather, be
tween one and two o'clock, Sam went
Into the restaurant at the corner ol Filth
street and Commercial avenue, and call
ed lor five cents' worth of fish. The
proprietor of the restaurant, a colored
man named Parker, refused to sell his
fish in less quantities than ten cents'
SAM BECAME ANGRY,
And lie and Parker were soon In a war
of words, and an instant later come to
blows. Sam was forced out of the house,
Parker following him to the sikewalk
where the fight was renewed. Iu the
meantime Mrs. Parker put in an appear
ance, and seeing her husband in a
fight in which the chances were
all against him, she picked up a
LARGE CARVI-NO KNIFE,
and rushing up at Sam plunged the
blade of it deep into his left shoulder,
his shoulder nev the collar bone, cut
ting a gash about one and a half inches
wide and two and a halt deep. About
this time Sara
GAVE VP TIIE FIGHT
and went to look tor a doctor.
Just about the time Sam was stabbed
officers Cain and Sargent arrived on the
scene of the tray, and learning the par
ticulars ot what had taaen place, at
ARRESTED MRS. PARKER
And took her to the lock-up.
Tricky Sam was taken to Dr. Parker's
office where his wound was dressed. He
was very weak when be reached the
office from the loss of blood. When
the doctor had patched turn up, Sam was
taken to his room on Eighth street near
Ohio levee. Dr. Parker gives it as hia
opinion that the wound is not a danger
ous one, though it will compel Sam to
keep his bed tor some time.
Will probably be taken before Judge
Bird for trial to-day.
"0VES THE KITXB."
neatti ol Mr. Tint 0'-llanaa at Hot
ftprlag-w Oeath of Frank fJrvaat.
Mr. Tim O'Callahan. the well-known
proprietor of the saloon at the corner ot
Fourteenth street aud Ohio levee,
DIED AT THE UOT SPRINGS,
Arkansas, yesterday. Mr. O'Callahan
had been sick for the last six months.
and a few weeks ago went to St. Louis
for medical treatment. He remained
IN THE HOSPITAL
For about a mouth, and not improving,
concluded to go to tbe Hot Springs. He
had been at tbe Springs but a tew days
when it was noticed that he was losing
his mind. A day or two ago, he I
DISAPPEARED FROM HIS HOTEL,
And search was at once instituted tor
him. After along and tiresome hunt
POUND IX TDK WOODS.
When discovered he was under a large
tree, and from appearances it would seem
had walked round and round the tree
until he had marked out a
WEU. BEATEN PATH.
He ha J been without food for nearly
wo days, and as a consequence was well
nigh exhausted when found. He was
takeu back to his hotel, where he lingered
until yesterday morning.
WHEN BE DIED.
His wife, who remained at
home In Cairo to superintend
hr husband's business, was no'.ided
by telegraph yesterday, aud at once left
for the Springs to take charge of her
husband's remains, and to having them
prepared tor shipment to Cairo, where
they are expected to arrive to-morrow or
tbe day following. Mr. O Callahan was
good citizen, and his unfortunate
death will be sincerely lamented by his
numerous friends in this city.
Death of Frank Bryant.
Mr. Frank Bryant, an old citizen of
Cairo, died at bis home on Twenty-second
street. In this city, at an early hour
on Wednesday mornlnz. Mr. Bryant
was an old citizen ot Cairo, and
was known to almost all of the
old residents of the city. He
was a man ot noble and generous
disposition, and was noted for bis kind-
uess and sympathy for tho distressed
He leaves a wile and three children, who
are now residing on twenly-second street
Uls funeral took place yesterday after
noon, his remains being conveyed to
Villa Ridge for interment. He way fol
lowed, to his grave by a large nuiber of
bis former menu ana associattfs.
HI WJHTRD TEH DOLLARS.
W. H. Kample, or uooao Inland, Ar
reeled u tao inarts of rorgary.
30u last Wednesday morning a man
named W. B. Sample entered Johu
Gates' saloou, and Inquired tor Mr. Gates.
When Informed that Mr. Gates was not
about, Sample presented tbe bartender,
Mr. Charlie Frank, ait order wi:ti Os.
Greenley's name attached, re
questing Mr. Gates to let the
bearer have tcu dollars. It teems the
order was a forgery, aud Mr. Gates bad
been apprised ot tbe fact before Sample
presented It ; and be bad Officer John
Cain near at band to take charge
of him whenever be put In an
appearance. Al soon as Sample
presented the order. Officer Cain j
stepped up and took him In charge. He
was tsktn before a Justice ot the peace,
and was sent to the county jail under
three hundred dollars ball to an
swer tha charge of forgery. Sample's
home Is In Goose Island precinct.
Mr. Jas. S. Morris of Ullin, was in
tlie city on business yesterday.
MaJ. Morrill, late superintendent of
the Cairo and Vinccnncs railroad, was In
the city yesterday. He left lor his homo
In Evansvllle this morning.
Mr. Peter Cuhl, the Cairo flour mer
chant, with his family, will leave Cairo
Iu about two weeks for Xew York, from
whence they will sail lor the old Coun
try. Mr. Cuhi left Germany twenty
four years ago, and this will be his first
Visit to his old home. Mr. Cuhl Is a na
tive ot Schleswlg, Bavaria, and Mrs.
Cuhl of Holstcin, Hanover. During
their absence they will visit many of the
leading cities of Europe.
Arrivals at the Planter's House yes
terday were C. G. Ketineke, Missouri;
P. X. Bralnard. Cllln.lll.; S. S. Clark
and wife, Kentucky; II. Tapprich and
wife, Ullin, 111.; MJ. II. L. Morrill, G
L.Taylor, Evansvllle; John Bain, Vien
nna, 111.; A. S. Scott, Galconda; W.T ,
Brye, Xew Orleans;- W. H. Johns, Al
bion, i'l.; A. K. Linn, Caseyville, Ky,;
O. M. Henry, Caseyville, Ky.; II. T.
Taylor, Morgntield, Ky.; S. G. Kobin
sou, BarUville, Va.
Robert Cain, the man who was run
over by a Irelght car on the Illinois Central
night before last, was still alive last
night. His left hip and leg are terribly
mangled, and it is thought impossible
for him to live. Cain was a section hand
and worked on the Villa Ridge section.
He was paid off on Wednesday, and
came to Cairo to spend his money. It is
said be was under 'he Influence of liquor
when the accident happened.
The council proceedings as published
In the Sun of last evening, make it ap
pear that Alderman ThlsUewood made a
motion that his honor, tho mayor, be
added to the committee to confer with
the Illinois Central railroad company.
This is a mistake. It was on motion o
Alderman Patter that the mayor was
added to the committee.
The "A" class of the high-school,
will give an hour's entertainment this
morning, commencing at eleven o'clock.
The reading of the High School Rocket,
by Mollie Cavendar and Maggie Lofflin,
will be the chief feature. Patrons and
friends are cordially Invited to be pres
LOCAL P0CUT FIECEJ.
Fine fashionable cassimere suits, at
$12.50, at Farnbaker & Haas'. If
Crown thy head in glory with one of
Suuon'a Philadelphia bats, at $4.
Farnbaker & Haas. tf
Summer is upon us, aud the reliable
clothiers, Farnbaker & Haas, are selling
the best (unequaled by tailors) white
vests from $1.50 to $5. It
We are creditably Informed that
Winter &, Stewart are just in receipt of a
large lot ot cigars of all kinds and quali
ties, which are to be sold at auction
me time next week.
Pa, did you hear the news? The best
cassimere pants in the city are sold now
at five dollars at Farnbaker & Haas'. If
From one to three boxes of Shcp-
ard's Ague Powders, warranted to cure
ague, chills and fever, or money refund
ed. Price $1 per box ; three boxes for
$2, by mail postpaid. Agents wanted
U whom a liberal commission will be
allowed. Address S. M. Shepard, Law-
renceburg, Indiana. 4t
Revolution in the shirt trade Qua
ker City unlaundred shirts. We are the
manufacturers' agents for this shirt
guaranteed to be the best made and most
perfet fitting shirt manufactured in the
United States. We offer a shirt made ot
Waunisuttu muslin and 2100 linen at
$1 25. Our very best at $1 50. Meas
ures taken and a perfect fit guarauteed.
Stl art Gholsox.
Mr. Ed. Braxton, that chief of ton-
sorial artists, has taken charge of the
shop on Eighth street, owned by the late
Daniel Lain pert. Ed. Braxton is one of
the best barbers in the state, as well as a
gentleman in bis Intercourse with bis
patrons. He was one of the sufferers in
the late fire at the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly. He is now trying to build up again,
and we bespeak lor him a fair share ot
patronage. He deserves it. tf
Refrigerators, the very best, at A.
Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, gardeu and farmers' Im
plements, plows, corn planters and shelt
ers, sulkey rakes, and a general stock ol
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging baskets of all
kinds ; the largest variety ot bird cages
in '.he city and will bo sold very low at
A. Halley's, 113 Commercial avenue.
CAiao, Illinois, Tbcmdav sabisu, I
May lu, lS7i, i
Trade In the Cairo market baa been
fair since the date of our last report.
While there is less activity In some
branches, others have takeu a fresh start
and as a whole the market generally is la
a somewhat better oonditiou. Tbe weath
er has been clear and pleasant until about
noon to-day, when a warm rain seUu
From appearance, however, this rain
will be neither heavy nor of loug dura
Freight rates to New Orleans by river
are unchanged 30 cents per dry bbl. and
15 eents per cwt.
ij-Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices here giv-n are only for
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and tor broken lots It is
necessary to charge an advance orcr
The Hour market presents no new fea
tures. Prices arc strong and hrni at
quotations. Buyers are asking conces
sions, but sellers refuse to concede I hem,
believing that present prices will be
maintained until after the new crop is
harvested at least. .Many mills are shutting
down for repairs, and many ot them w 11
not start uu acain until the new wheat
commences to come in. In this condi
tion ot aQairs it is the opinion ot smi.e ot
our leading dealers that, no matter wl a'
turn European affairs may take, there
will be a great scarcity of choice and
medium grades for the next two or
three months, and that present
prices are likely to be maintained
Slocks on the market arc small, but with
tbe exception of medium trrades, ample
for the present demands of trade. There
is a light demand tor mediums at quota
tlous. Sales noted were 100 bbls. various
grades, $3 50(2)10 50; 1,000 bbls. various
grades, $10(510 50 ; 75 bbls. no., $7 7-V
II; 100 bbls. do., $10.
Receipts of hay during the last week
have been very light, and the sitppl on
the market is about exhausted. There
is a fair demand for good mixed to choice
Timothy, and the latter is about $1 per
ton higher. Low grades arejln f Air sup
ply and weak at $7 50(a,9 50.
There is an active demand for corn,
and all that arrives is taken ut quotations
below. Receipts are light, however, and
the supply on the market is
Imited. Prices are strong
and nrm. ?aies noted were
5 cars white, in sacks, 57c; Ors white
in sacks, 58c; 1 csr white, in bulk, 51c; 2
cars white in sacks, ou orders, COc.
Receipts of oats are very light, and
there are very few on the market. There
is a good demand for them at 4349c, in
Meal is in fair d nand and prices are
strong and fair at quotations. The sup
ply on the market is light, and a further
advance is probable. We note sales of
300 bbls. City at $ 200 205.
Bran Is firm at $25.The supply is light,
and demand good. Several lots sold at
The usual sale at the Farmers' ware
house took place to-day. Tbe attend
ance of buyers was good and the bidding
active. The breake consisted largely of
the lower grades ot tobacco, very tew
hogsheaks ot d- sirable qualities being of
fered. Buyers evince a w illingness to
take all offerings at prices full
compared with other markets
The following were the sales:
4S hhds. trash, lugs, low and medium
leaf $9 50. C 00, 6 10, SOS, 6 55. 5 05, 5 05,
7 65, 0 00, 9 15, 5 10, 6 25, 5 20, C 05, 6 C5,
6 25. 7 70, 6 90. 5 00, 5 50. 2 25, 2 75. 3 35,
2 85. 9 95, 3 20, 2 00. 4 90, 4 30, 2 80. 3 13,
4 80, 2 55, 4 00, 2 90, 4 30, 3 45, 4 10. 4 90.
3 65. 3 55, 4 10, 3 05. 3 25, 3 10, 3 70, 2 45,
Tho supply of eggs is good, and the
demand lair. Receipts are liberal. Sales
noted were: COO dozen 0J,10c; 100
dozen 9c; 500 dozen 10e.
Sales provisions note! were: 1.000 lbs.
clear bacon sides, 9J(;91 ). ; 1,500 lbs.
bacon shoulder, CJc; 1,500 bacon sides,
Potatoes are in light supply, ami
prices are a shade higher. The demand
is good. Sales noted were 50 bbls. choice
peachblows, $2 50Q2 75 ; 100 bushels
Jackson Whites iu sacks, $1 25. Five
bbls. new potatoes old at $5 50.
Scarce and in demand. Prices are
higher. Sales were 20 bbls-. Willow
Twigs, $4u)4 50.
Poultry Is in lair supply and good de
mand. Hens are worth $1 25 J 50, and
mixed chickeus, $2 75 to f J. We note
sales ot 6 coops hens at $3 50 ; 1 coop do.;
$3 25; 2 coops good mixed chickens, $3,
2 coop common mixed, $2 51(5,2 75.
Tho market is overstocked with all
kinds of butter. The supply of choice
is large, and prices are lower. Common
and inferior is in abundance, and slow
sale. We note sales of 1,000 lbs Southern
Illinois, In pails and rolls, 1517c ; 300
lbs. Northern, 22c; 500 lbs. inferior, old.
10c.; 100 lbs. Southern Illinois, 10c ; 75
lbs. Southern Illinois, ISc.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides are higher, and we now quote
dry flint at 15,10c; green salt, 7$;
and green 7o. Tallow is worth 7fe7Jc.
The market Is well supplied and the
demand liirht. Prices aro $1 JHV.rl 7.
lor choice yellow, and $4 to $125 for
There Isan abundance ot all kinds ot
driud fruit ou tho market, wii.il but little
demaud for acy. Apples are worth 3 to
4c; and peaches, 7 to 8c.
Whlia ILuna aro hi irood supply, Ulld
slow sale. Good are worth $1 75 to $i
per bushel, and poor and stained $1 to
KrRS-Beaver-No. 1 $1 50; Xo. 2
$0; No. i $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $U .
Muik-No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75e ; No. 3 60e
No. 4 10c 1 raccoon. No. 1 70o; No. 1
4ih: No. 3 0c; No. 4l0e. Skuuk No.
i ..a tiOc: No. 3 30c: No. 4 15c.
Fox- GrayNo. Ul: X'o. 4 T5e ; No J
50 red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. i 75c
nnoaum-No. 1 10c: No. 3 8t No. 2
35o. Musk rat -No. 120c; No. 2 15ot No
A lik- Bear No. I $10; Xo. 2 $7 No.
K3: No 41. Woli Mountain No. 1
S1.50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75o;
Prarle Wolf No. 1 $1 25 ; No. j 50o.
Wild Cat 2V. tlo w . 10c, lU Wer
Ve quote Paradise and Mt. Csrbch oa
track, lump, J ; nut. 2, deltvertM ca,
load per ton, lump, $3 50 ; nut, J J 75b
load red per single ton, lump, $1 ; nun
ih-livr; Ratlin or Harrlsburg enal o
$3 25 per load, lump, $27; nut, $lrt;dt y
track per ton. $.1 50; Pittsburg per est
on track. $3 50 per to"
WMbtraMmnT Kivwh Hai-oT, I
May 10, ls-;7.
STATION. LOW WATIR.
FT. IK. T. I !!t.
Cairo : 7 I !T"
Piltabtira- J : X , 9
Cincinnati 27 1 la
LoaisvUle ................. 1) M X I
Nsshvtile 11 XI s
St. Louis i'l 0 X S
Kvan-ville I! 5 0 O
Memphis .... ... 2.) 17
Vlnkatranr II 1
New Orleans 4 5 o e
Jlelow biiih w.it--rT"C4
JAMES WAl .-ON,
Hergeant, SiKnal fervire-. '" S. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Padutah.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
J. II. MCLKBY, II. T. ulKKOAR, i. M. l.ABaDm
Ml) LKE, LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
'tFFlt'E: Commercial Aver.ue.
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Lim-frar A I.aDlen
Sun please copv.
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