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dN. Vughes,
Oeniral Insurance Agent
Ohio Lcvcc, over Mathtu A UdVs.
rJvW hut jirt-ehm Companies
EsTABt.lMIF.H 18.r8.
Sftfford, Morrli k Caiulee,
Insurance Aoknts,
73 Ohio litTco, City National Hink
Huiidiog, Cairo, Ili.w.
lb oldett eittbllthed AKucy i'oiilhern
Illinois, representing over
of tbe beat Inturance Capital ol tlia U.
Manufacturer of
Mineral Spring Water,
OHIO LETEK, betwf eu 2d and 4tk Ms.,
aJLino. iliis-
Been B1MBBM.
UnwTwt4ftkitrMtM4 WWgtenAT
UM of St. Loula,)
LAMK BOOKS or every description done
.wlttk af and dltpatch. All Unda of
tullitg den at abort notice . Bible, .Muilc.
ViMlui tad Ifertodlcala bound neat and
kttkvelswMt poedble rate.
Ootuttr werk. tucb a Hecorda, Wockot
Vee Boom, Blank), etc.. made a epeclaltr.
Boxes, Fooket Book, Envelop, etc., mad
tj oruer. tt-at.
HI oOcc and dltpenaary at
Bet Coaaaaercla! and .vaMWifirron avenue
it ii true, tna oecwr i ono oi me onieii
poyaiCiaB OI ine place, ana nm aipiouia,
that bang In bin office, howa tbat be ba
Been n year in me proreimon. lie u uoing
a iarser offlce nraetlce than anv other Dliv-
alclaa, treating alt kind of chronic ilii.oc
ei ui ouman lyaiem, ucn aa oiu nicer., ana
all disease of tbe kln, humor and blood
poisons; also dlieaic of tho throat; alo
all disease ot the eyes of vnarg btaudlng:
also artificial eye Inserted; fistula cured
without the uio ol a gnllo; cancer cured
by the application of medicine; plmnle on
the lace removed; all urinary dlacuiics
cured ; ail forma of venereal and private
diseases cured In the iihorte.t tlnio ; eeinia
weakaess and self-abuse cured in a ulior
It 1 self-evident that a physician treating
eewsior iweuty-iwo years acquires great
Ail consultations confidential, In person
rby lettea.
tmedlclnes furnished at offlce in all
fB-tS tf.l Dr. David Uultx.
BlCSlDl:CE-No. , Thirteenth stroet,
betwetn Washington avenue and Walnut
street. Offlce 126 commercial avenue, up
Yimt-clam board at second-class rate
At the St. Charles Hotel. 92 l.'JU-tf
Fo Bi.tr. A fine, large ice-box.
Suitable fcr a isloon. Enquire at No.
tS'J, Ohio Levee. 24 o-CCt
Flour. Fi.ouk. Good and choico fam
ily flour in tlSlb sacks, convenient lor fam
ily use, for sale In quantities to suit pur
suers. Vxtkr cum.,
80, Ohio Levee.
JA11U3 ;nif(l at Tuk Hui.lktin
office for tux to four and six dollars jut
lAowanJ, according to size and ijuality
of cards.
AMIOMls'i NeTlCE. Notice I hereby
give to all concerned tbat 1 have paid
off and discharged all Just claims pre
sented to me against K. A. Cunningham,
asd If no other claims are presented be
fore the 30th day of May, 1874, 1 shall on
tbat day terminate my connection with
bit buMS as assignee, and return to him
all assets in my hands belfoging to him.
'. X). Matui'hk,
Assignee or It. A. Cunningham.
A'" 'A 187. 79-4.-J4.Ct
'You miisf advertize or you must close,
ifour placet of biuineu; if you do ad
rertizt your local paper tr;u pr0tj,er ;
the community in chich,the local paper
prospers is a "live" community. For
your takes and ours, business men of
Cairo, advertise t Tuk Uui.tliTiN.
Mm: v. Bwander bat Just Oiled
uer store room with a Hoe stock of
prlag millinery and all kinds of fancy
goodaend notion, Her ready-trimmed
hat and bonnets turpati anything ever
brought to Cairo ; tbe young and the old
,Utj, the bride aad the widow will And
amoag tbena Just what the wants lathe
way of a hat or boaaet. Mrs. Hwaoder
am alls) brought A beaittlul assortment of
flowers aad trimmings, sash ribbons, col
lars, UAderileerei, etc., etc. The ladies
.art) especially lavited to call and examine
goods and prlcos. All goods marked A
plain Beuret 17- 4.s.lm.
tt..mnl.i.ft. In I A. FrAtn til n IllfllUflllil 1 ill I
lieaiU, goS .paper una finely printed, for
fttntoni. !
One thousand rtatcmcntV printed at Tiik
Bum.iti.v omce for i.M.
()ni tlinii.amt nntn l.cacU nrlii'c.l at TllB
BULLETIN olllcc lor I.CO: tvotlillllidlor
fl.OO. I
1 i
t'strdit. I
One thous.i.,1 l.u.liirM car.lMlno Itrl.tol "
b.urd. printed at Til K lltii.i.Ki in nlllce lor
from 2.80 to $1.00, ncconling to mxc
Costume Concert
lly th
Of Mound City, astlsted by their Calm me in
ner., anu uie ceiuurieu
Morrisi Bra Band.
Overture. Modlov Orchoitra
Whan the Hand Iteirlni to I'lftV.
W. u. Jiorris
Duet Lllv and tbe Hoe.
Mrs. Qoodloo and Mil Dora Uarlor
Scotch alone K. Ii. HowotV
Awfullv (J aver r. a. wuru
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Solo Mr. W. r. Ualliday
Klllarnav U U. uarna
Holo Mlis Anna 1'itchor
MaMalUeaMymn Mm Dora 1'arter
Belecttoni Orchoitra
The whole to conclude with the prophetic
drama In three acts,
Carberrv V. A. Kldred
Mr. Wlgfall D. II. Carter
The Judee Mr. L. O. Harrli
Victorlne Mr. F. W. Corson
Wolverine Uriflln Mil Annie llolmoi
Mrs. Badeer Mil IT Uowasl
Servant llnrry Van Notrand
For the llenoflt of St. Totor'a Church,
Mound City.
Reserved Seats
CO cts
75 cts
For salo at D. Hartman'.
Door open at 7 o'clock. Te commence at
U o'clock
Wr (ire noic jir!nt!uj bill htiuh on
fnurtrrn pound pnprr at tht bnoprirr. of
$3 2o jicr thonnand. lh the Willi's
men of Ctiiro uant bill hrttux tu jouvr
f If not. thru thmthl
,J tfirtl
,.,;.. Ti.r. ilUI.I.KTIN
and it to
St. Loin's mid Chiciujo.
Hs9" Thero wus meeting of tbe City
Council hold last, night. Tho limlncss
transacted was unimportant.
frWe wuru pleased to recelvo a visi
from Messrs. Moss and Mvyerr, of tho
Capo Oirardeau 'Western Press. They
aro In Cairo on a Janvassing mission.
taTArrlvod last evening, a Urge lot of
extra choice flowers and tblisgo plants.
Call and seo them at tho store of Farsons,
Davis A- Co. .1. T. Thomab.
ftgy Hoden limps. Ho is suffering from
an attack of musical rhoumallam that
does not encourage any person to forego
crutches and loap exalting llkotho bound
ing roe.
Jtjjy-Tho exhibition given by the schol
ars of Ullln, on last Tuesday and Wednes
day evenings, was a great tuccoss and
very creditable to those who took part
in it.
frosh supply of the choicest pot
plants evor brought to the city just ro-
celved by J T Thomas, Tenth street near
Commercial avonuo, at store of Par-
ions, DavIs & Co. 2'J-l.fi-lt
IsfirTbe regular May term of the clr
cult court will convuno on next Monday
week. We understand tbero It a jail full
of prisoner to be tried, beside a lengthy
civil docket to be disposed of.
gaa?"A license was issued by thu s-cro.
tary of Stato on the 4th Inst., to thu "Uo
tier Mining ani Manufacturing Com
pany" of Cairo, with a capital stock of
$100,000. W hat Is all this about '
Sctf-Tbo Tremont House, Chicago, bat
been rekullt on tho old site, corner of
Dearborn and Lako streets, and promlsos
to maintain the excellent roputation it
enjoyed before tho great fire. 'JC-S-CH
Af Sargent A. Cain captured .lames
Clark, who was very drunk, and ondeav
1 A.. l- .
oisng su mass a nig noise. James was
taken before Judge Bross who finel him
two dollars and the usual costs. He paid
The strawborry crop of Soutberr.-
Illlnolt, it Is said, will be a failure. Early
applet will not be plenty, but of tho later
varieties there will be a good crop. The
Indications are that notwithstanding the
cold and wet weather, there will be an
abundant tupply.
jBSrMrs. Kellaws, tho lecturer from
Cobden who has boon addressing our lib
eral association, visitod Tuk Buli.ktix
prett room yettorday and looked with as
tonishment at our big press working In
the midst of a weary wattoof rascally tlpe
lay-Many of our cltlsont aro acquainted
with Gov. r'affbrd, of Arizona, brother of
Mr. A. II. Hstlord, of this city. A Cali
fornia papir says of him "Ho can go it
at Jang without a plug but and a LJIud
shirt at any man wbo ever looked a i?rlss-
zly tqitaro in the faco "
W n V Mill Anna, where did you got
that nlco hatl At Mn. Hunter's Mil-
llnory ttoro, corner or Wathlngtou nv
onue and Eleventh street. She ha the
lateit fashions, and the nlctit and cheap
est hatt that over camo to Cairo.
3C-5 ctr
t&'Mot of Police Mcllale, ycttorday,
. . . , ., , , .j
giving a detcrlpllon of a small boy and
roquetltng him to watch for tbb aletmor
City of Chettor, on wlilch tho llttlo follow
a n tiamonirnr. and on her arrival to
. v. t ... A r ..!.. j . . . - I
arrcu mill, .ucuaia uiu bo aim sucuuuu-
i - t.i i i ti. ... ii i
c"c" PB no
enarged with mo tbotloragoid watcn
tnj umall amount of money.
C6yMcsrs. Taylor, Itron and Goss-
man, who wero at Murphyiboro at the
Cairo & .St. I.ouit railroad mooting ro
turned yesterday morning. They report
tho railroad prospect a lovoly and it
goose banging high. Work will bs com
mtnced.lmmudlately In Union county.
and a construction train will bo brought
to Cairo at loon at tho weather and the
water will purmlt.
QfYtsterday was a cold, disagreeable
day. Thu air was very raw almost win
terlsh. We are convinced tbat the sea
ion have concluded to roverte tbelr or
der. During tno winter time, wo lias 1
spring vfoather, and now in tbe spring
time we aro complaining of tho chilly
blasts tbat remind us of tho winters we
used to cxporlcnco in tho olden tlmoi when
things wero at thoy should havo been.
oPlemember the grand union Sun
day school plcnfo of the Cairo and Vin
ceunos schools, to take place at Vienna
on Saturday, May 9th. All the Sunday
schools of Cairo aro especially Invited to
tako part. Ample arrangements have
been made to make it a grand and pleas
ant a Hair. Hon. D. W. Munn will deliver
the oration on behalf of tho Cairo Sun
day schools. The Delta City cornet band
will bo In attendance. A tpecial train
will leavo the foot of Eighth street on
Ohio Lovea at 8 o'clock a.m., stopping at
Eighteenth street. 2r,.G.(Mt
B""i'ho following wero tho arrivals at
tho Delmonieo hotel yesterday: A
Dyers, St LouW; Goo S Uilliard, Now
Orloans: Skezs. New Orleans; N M
Griggs, New Orleans; J Smith, Now Or
loan; T D Kemball, St Louis; A Melsen
holmer, Dongoln, III; J B Paul, St Louis;
Miss Fell, l'aducab; It N Gregory, M C
a It; A W Hunt, Ark; John Gllmore,
Pittsburg; G Gorden, Alexander; J B
Paul, St Louis; 11 H Blsckttono and lady,
Charleston; W W Palmer, Dongola; E C
Compton, Phillipstown 111; A tprlngQald
6'-Tne fair and festival giv.on last
UV.'-. - .t. - ' ' -
tho auspices of the ladles of the German
rjuiuoran church, was an enjoyable affair
Tho tables woro spread in tho lower part
of thu house, and fairly groaned undsr
the weight of tho good things with which
thoy were covorod. The second tloor was
handsouioly decorated with evergreens
and ilowors. Everybody present enjoyed
thomsolvea and felt that it was good to bo
thero. The festival will be continuod to
night when a general invitation is ox
tended to all to come, and by their pret
ence encourage tbo ladiot who aro manag
ing tho affair.
favTMichael Cahill waa yesterday ar
rested on a warrant sworn out by Mr. A
Comings, charging him with driving on
tho loves sidewalk. Judge Bros lined
Cahill one dollar which it the lowest tin
that can be assessed for tho offonso
chargsd. It will be well for drayman to
remombor that while it has been the prac
tice with them to hack their drays up to
the doors of leveo business houtet for tbe
purpose of loading and unloading, It hat
always boon nn offense against tho ordi
nances of tbe city, and that thoy are lia
ble at any time to be taken up and fined
for to doing. Lot them bear this In mind
and govorn themselves accordingly.
trS"3. Burger Is one of tbe most enter
prising advertisers In Cairo. Ho it not
only a constant patron of the city papers
but keeps the poople all around and about
Cairo In remembrance of his whereabouts
by advertising In sovoral of the papers
published in tho vicinity. The result has
boen that a fow yean tinco, Burger moved
from a llttlo store en Washington ave
nue to a much more commodious ono on
Commercial avenue, and which he filled
with a large an it Ono slock of dry goods.
Experience made hlrn wiso and be kept
up bis systom of advertising. Last
pring, he was again compelled to pre
paro larger quartort to meet tho demand
ot hi rapidly increasing business, and
ludglngjtbefuturo by the patt, we oonfl
dontly expect to mako our purchases of
Burger at somo not far distant day, In a
marblo front bulldlng,threoor four sloriss
high, all filled with tho choicest and tho
cheapoit of dry goods, and then we will
say to him .
"You llluMratn the ancient aw
That hu who In th world would ilr
Ami propcr a a Imslnci man '
Must apciid liUdlnic and nlvcrll-c,"
StiVA disgusted and irreverent reader
of T.HE Uullxtix writes to us tbe Tollow.
ing provoking note, which we would not
publish If we felt inclined to suppress it ;
Cairo, lilt. Mav 4. 1h74
Jtdltnr llullelln ' '
For Cnrists sako givu us a rest. Dont
tell us any more about what Alderman
Nollis thinks or Ktys about Mcllale,
Who earns what Alderman (?) Nellie
thinks. 1 dont and l'thlnk Ihore Is a
great many moro of thu samu opinion.
By putting such stuff at that and what
E'j I Cgy. or somo other damn fool has
to say about something they know noth
Ing about, which thoy think Is very witty
In Tue Buli.ktin, makes your psnor
moro and more deprcltble ovory day to
those who lake it. '
If you call your paper tux paper of
Southern Illinois show it by publishing
news that is nows.
Dont say anything moro about the
'Sun' not having anything in it but look
at your own paper first.
IJuite A mi u II XII.
Tleru is a great deal of gojd seute in
the bungling, Ungrammslical and profane
note of "Unite a Numb.". Ihero tint
been a'greatdeal of worlliloitconlrlbuiol
proie stuff publlihed In our minimis,
written by portont who appear to ho not
much aboro the calibro of "(Julio a Num
ber," but w aro thankful to bone!! .-nt
Provldonco who ha. cst our lot In a.
pmiiMnnU. In .M,.l. .11 tlin aiuntrur
... .........
writer Indulge in proso and havo no in-
oiiti.tMn . .hriiia. () ills a
Kamber" Unrobablv ono of tho hair-In-
the middle, darlings who nri iritorcsled in
society now. Ho would ongorly road n
column about tho broiior cut of a cunt,
His note givos evldonco that ho has nevur
paid much attention to tho cultivation of
bis mind. This lack of culluro renders
hi opinion on tho merits ol a nows papor
almost valuolcss ; but feols sometimes
epoak word of wisdom by nccldont, and
this ono, who subscribes himself ''Quito a
Number," has done to. Evidently un
cultured and rough, ho hw reminded us
ol a defect la Tin: llUl.I.KTIM we wore
long ago awaro of.
We hire ttun vrinlimj ofirr, com
plete in nil it drimrtmtnts, mid uc
A'iNrfs of printing ehmprr than it
can be donr anyirhrrr .'. r tlu rr-
fore. Ml; thr putronayr oj ' peopb- of
Cairo. )re rnnnot mninUiin ourwhrt
if Cairo hutiiu men, nculrctin Cairo
inttitulitni, patroniv fortiyn citif.
A. Ii. Smith, a man well-known to tbe
people of Tbebos and vicinity as being
particularly fond ot horso flesh, left that
community somo time ago anil up to last
Saturday llttlo or notbinu wus known of
hi. mhorinhnnu or movement. On Sat.
Informant says, ".'oinmenced his old gamo
ealn." that of horso steallnL'. Ho was
arrested at about noon, and at dark ho
was taken before Justice Samons for trial.
Tho evidence against Smith was conclu
sive, and Justice Samons bound him over
to answer at th-j next term of the circuit
Smith could havo given ball for hit ap
pearance boforo tbo Circuit court, and
doubtless would have dono to, but before
he had time to havo tho proper bond
made out. a mob of about forty men who
woro bent on giving him tho bene
fit of a trial boforo Judge
Lynch, mvlo a ruth for tho prisoner. Tho
lights In the court room were blown out
when a general knock-down took place
Several shots wore fired, none of whlob
did any ono anv harm. In tbe meleo
Smith managed to get out aad made bis
escape, and though tbe officers wero in hot
pursuit,he had cot up to Monday ovening
been re-capturod.
Justice Dorton of Thobes precinct, had
an arm broken while trying to escape
from the court room. No other persons
.....u.ij injured. The occurrence
created great excitement In and about
Thebes, but up to Monday evening no
other disturbance bad taken place.
G. C. Buden, Director of Conservatory
of Music, and Toacher of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction given in
all ttringod and wlud instruments. Ele
mentary principles, thorough bass, har
mony and countor point. Unprecedented
Iniucoments offered. Those wishing to
tecure his servicoa will ploaso app'. at
the Conservatory of Music cornor of
Twelfth ttreot and Washington avenuo.
Pianos tuned and repsirod.
TliK HlTM.ETIN Company puyt tn
einplnyes each yeier over twelve thoiiMiid
dollars. All thin money is r.rpendid in
Cairo among its bntincs nun its cloth
iers, its dry goods merchants, its grocers,
its millers, its blinkers, lc. fits not
The Bulletin therefore the right to
request and obtain the patronage of
Cairo people to ash them to not send
to foreign citits for job work which can
be done as well and inly cheap at home.'
Mr. Ilotenwator, of tbo well-known firm
of Goldslino & Rosenwator, roccivod tho
following loiter from his partner, now in
Now York buying goods. It shows a de
cline In prlcos, and alio public may ho in
terested in the fact that Mossrs. G. M K,
have marked down their goods and are
now selling at astonishingly low price-.
Tbe letter Is at follows ;
Njcw York, April 27, 1874.
Mr.S. Rosenwater
Dear Friend: Owlni: totboditacreo-
ablo weather we aro having here during
the patt few days, business it somewhat
dull, especially in the dry goods trado.
There aro but very low buyort here al
present, it it toinowbat discouraging to
be buying summer goods seeini; snow on
tbe ground. Nevertheless, I am buying
very reeiy, as 1 Had tbe market very
favorable for doing so. Nearly all goods
are from IB to 25 per cent, lower in price
than they woro in tho first part of tbo
season, especially such as drest goods and
ran oy goous, ana styles, are rar better, in
hopes tbat you aro having good wortber
thore, I am yours truly,
J. A. Gol.DSTI.NE.
P. S. Take notice of declino at stated
abovo and govern yourself Accordingly.
In conteqiiunco of tho above, thit firm
bog to call special attontion and examin
ation of the'r stock on band, which they
will offer at comparatively low prices.
Mat Flow kr. For thobest coal cook
stovo buy tbo celebrated May Flower.
For the best wood cook stovo buy tho old
reliable Charter Oak; famous for giving
satisfaction everywhere and bolng especi
ally adapted to tbo want of every house
hold. I keep a largo variety of other
cooking stoves, which aro bought for cash
and will bo sold choapor than tho cheap
est. If you want a cup of good cotl'eo
for broakfast buy the Planished Coffee
Biggin or Froneh cotl'eo pot. A full tup
ply of BrltanU colluo and tea pots always
on band. Don't forget tiio place.
C. W. Ue.vdkrso.v,
70 4-24-lm mo Commercial ave., Cairn
Juht received, a Quo lot of extension
ladders, garden hoes, rakos, etc., etc, at
AUelleya. 60-4-17 lm.
TiiMday mnrnlng, May 1, 1871.
iiiowiamor last Week was warm, ploas-
ant and rnvornliln lor huslnms of all
. . .
kittijp, A llttlo ton hllirii iliml nnrlmtii tn
i'0 Mitlrelv ntrrornbln. l.nt i.Lnr. n
geinnr ii was n decided Improvement
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",D '"'" weainor mat
""Hctod in f.tr thu pi.t month or two.
0,11 '' wcol P'" In a gloomy and for-
bidding manlier. A light rain fell lad
night and to-day hits been cloudy, windy
and c.lillly, ami cloaod in an uncertain
way leaving ono to guest whether it
would rain or snow or clear oil' warm.
Tho market lsunchanccd.com is active
and firm, and owitiL' to its scarcltv nrlcos
continue, to advance, cboico whlto in
liorivy sacks soiling as high as 83 and
lc on Hftturday ami to-day.
Oats aro steady and linn. Tho demand
Is moduratulv active for tho order trado
and the supply In store is not largo.
Corn meal is llrm at an advanco.
Choico hay la in demand at 18 00020 00
with no receipts and none in storo. But'
tcr is llrm and choice is scarce. Eggs aro
in fair demand at present and rocoiptt aro
all takon at uli udvtnco to 1:iUl'.
rtjyuorrospondonts should lmr in
xahul that our quotation represent prices
foi round lots trom first hands, unloss
otherwise staled, and that in tilling small
orders, highor nricui must In pald..x$ei
Tliuro has boon u little more animation
displayed in this branch ol thu market
nd transactions havo been comuwhat
larger in round lots. There is a slight
upward tendency in prlcos at the mills
but theio aro no chungos to note among
dealers as yet, and prices range tho same
s 'an wouk. Dales wore luu urns AAA. I
I oring 6 "Hi; 100 bull 0(mj9 0'J ; D00 bbl I
1 25 9 coi 10(W obis sold at mills as
1000 bbls sold at mills as
"lllu'; ,,w bMi 55
follows: Ooubbls 7 05; 200 bbls C 40; 200
bbls 7 00; 100 bbls sold on tho levee, del
CO: 100 do do 7 00: 100 dodo C 70; 100
do do 0 M; 000 bbls 4pjS 00: H00 bbls
58 CO.
HAI.K3 IIY Ulir Uttl.!'.
125 bb's whlto wheat family 8 00; 200
bbls XX.XX 7 7o; ICO XXX 7 00.
Tho receipts of corn fall farthortof the
demand, nnd prices are higher and tend
to a still farthor advance. Sales rnado to
day on orders for choice while reached
8jc. Thero wat not a car load on track
to-day. Wo nolo tales of S cars mixed,
sacKod, told on orders, 60c; 10 cars do,
sacked, future dollvory, 80c; 4 cart whlto
choice del, heavy sacks, 8384c; 2,000
sacks mixed, del, 78c; 1,000 sacks mixed
whito and while 83(a8ac; 3 cars choice
wbito In sacks en orders 80c; 2 cart choice
mixed uul In sacks bOc.
Tho market is'oasy and the supply mod
urate., but prices hold firm and un
changed. Hocoiptt aro light, but tbo stock
In storo is sufficient for tho demand. Sales
"" r rholco northern sacked and
del COc; 4 cars do do SOJc; 3 cars mixed
do do 63c; :i cars in bulk on track 4367i
o0e. "
Activo and firm at a still furthor ad-
vanco. Sales 100 bbls choice steam drin.l
on oruors 03(5)3 70; 500 bbls cholco
atoam drlod from first hands $3 CO.
Tho city mills quoto wheat aa follows
choice whito 1 CO; No 1 40; No 2 1 30;
red choico 1 35; lower grades, 1 20i 30.
Good demand and light supply. Prices
aro firm and unchanged, quoted 24 CO
per ton, sacked and and dellverod. Wo
note salos of 1,000 aacki, at 24 00; 1 car
sacked and del 21 SO.
There is an active doiaand for cholco
gradca of hay uud nono in market. Wo
havo no trensaciions of any conscquenco
to report but orders are held waiting re
ceipts: 50 balos common red top sold from
storo 1G 00; 50 bales good mixed del
18 00, CO bales choice timothy del 20 00.
Quiet. Wo noto aales of 20 boxes or
nngos C(2,0 50; 10 boxes lemons CG 00.
Firm and unchanged. Wo noto sales
of 2,000 Ibj plain harus, 12c; C,000 lbs
bacon shouldert 8c; 7,000 lbs bacon cltar
sides, 10c; 1,000 lbt clear rib aides 9J10c;
sugar cured hams aro quoted at 12013c.
Tho demand is fair and the stock o
choico on hand very small, common Is
plenty and quiot. Wo noto tales of 1,000
lbs cholco Southern Illinois 30c; 20 pkgs.
cholco Norlhorn .10c; 000 lbs common to
choico 2C to 30c; 200 lbs northern packed
30c; 200 lbs Southorn Illinois 2Cc.
Itcceipts aro light and domand good.
Salos to-day woro made at 14c, which it
tbe outsido figures for frcth rocoiptt. Wo
nolo salos of 1,000 dozen 13c; 10 boxet
14c; 2,000 dozon 14.
The demand ia good and tupply fair.
Choico hens find ready tale at 3 CO and
choico mixed 2 7C to 3 2G. Sales were
C coops 3 26: 00 do.en ii 00 to 3 00; 20
dozen hem U 00.
Quoted a little dull. 30 bbls now told
at b 00 per bbl and 100 sacks old Peach
liiowt at 1 25 per buthol.
Fair demand, 30 bbls now sold at 0.
Ii 007 00.
2,000 headt New Orleans cabbage, told
8 to 12c per hoad,
bacon shouldert, 8(3)81; 1,000 lbs bacon,
clear tides, lo10.lc; 1,000 lbs clear rib
sides, 9jl0c; sugar cured hams aro
quoted at 12l3c.
UllKKSE westorn .Dairy l,18c;
Now York factory 181luc.
LIME 1 251 CO '(.'bbl.
CEMENT 2 00(212 00 V bbl.
COAL OIL 18V.ic V gal.
GUNNIES-Ro-sowod 2J busbolt I80 ;
buaholt sue.
3 SYRUPS-Cholco OOcffi! per uallon
Now Orloiuu 7680c.
BURLAPS 2J bushels corn, it J ot
15ic; do 10 07. lOo; 4 busho'is oats 20u;'5
bushels 31c; C bushels 2'Jc,
BEESWAX V lb 30c.
KOAL' Sbaoffor's Gorman mottled, 7Jc.
Palm No 1. OJc, German 7c.
HUG AH Crushed 12?ci A. loifpiilc:
extra 0. 1010f.
uorr kk Java jkiiudc" prime Jidfa.
29c; choice 30.
Wednesday Evening, May Oih lbTl.
1)R A tl AT R V.n tl I'.TA I M K N I
,ii,.T.,. ..t.hTii.vi
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will bo glvon by thu
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Assisted by their Ciiro Member
and their
Splendid Orchestra
Further particular will bo annnuiicud in
due time.
Tho Choral society will play The
.Spirit of '70, ortlio Coming Woman," a
prophetic drama, Introducing two or tbtoo
crusaders In a now light. Those who
hT witnessed tho play pronounco it ox
Hi D-d .H
day boarder will bo
Charles at the reduced
A t'xw Mont
taken at tho St.
Skvckai. pleasant family rooms at tho
St. Charles Hotel, fronting on tho Ohio
can bo obtained with board at rodurud
ratal during thu summer months.
02 4.'J9-tf
Wantkii At .lackson, Tennosieo, a
flrsl'Class boot and tboe-maker. For par'
ticuiars apply to John Hyland, corner
Tenth street and Commercial avonuv.
I'iano For Sai.k. rirst-cluss soyun
and a ejuartor octave piano cboap for cash,
or can be traded for, past cash and bal
ance In dress goods; or open to any other
trado, by addressing AAA,
l'ost-olllcu, Cairo.
Ice Crxam. l'hll Saup's ice cream
saloon is now open to tho public, and a
pluasantir place to go lor a ullU ol "Coin
stuff" was never ononed in Lulro. .Mr,
Saup Invites his friends to
and tee
Fair and Fxiti vai.. On next Tues
dav and Wednesday evenings, at tbe
Arab engine-house, tbe German Lutheran
church will hold a fair and festival fur
the benefit of the church. Full partlcu
lars to-morrow.
Removed. Dr. A. J. Roo has removed
from tho corner of Fourteenth and Wash-
Incton to No. 32. Tonth stroet, between
Washington and Walnut, His ofuco i
on Commercial avenue over Thorns Jt
Bro's crocerv storo. 12-5-3 3t
Mhh. Rumuolii It prepared to iii.kacii
anu pros na a .no ouunei. ... .u
approved stylo, and in a manner to give
entire satisfaction. Call at her resldenco
on Fifteenth street between Walrint and
Cedar. 230 3-15-tf
The Monitor. Fair tbo Monitor, tho
best coal Cook Stovo ever inado or tbo
Fashion, the champion wood Cook of the
West, go to A. 1 1 alley s, 108 Waihlnglo
avtnue, near Tenth street.
CO 1-17-lm
Fair and Festival. Rerncmbor thu
fair and festival at tho Arab vnginu houto
on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
next. Tbe ladies of the German Luthe
ran church havo taken the affair in band,
and will leave nothing that will tend to
mako it a success undoou. Tboso who
attend may anticipate n good time.
SteI' and Kxtonilon Laddors, Sand
Screons, Rlddlos, Sieves, Shovels, Spades,
Forks, Hoe?, Rakes, Water Clotot Urinals,
Kitchen and Ccs Pool Sinks, Clothes
Ringers, Clothes Horios, Clothes Llnetn
and, iu fact, a lull assortment of kitchen
and Houso furnishing goods at A. H al
ley's, 108 Washington avenue, near Tonth
stroet. 00 -1-17-1 111.
Tuk barber shop it uo .ho cornor ol
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
whoro J. Goorgo Stienhouso with bis gen
tlemanly attistantt can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, roadv to tootho
your feelings with a smooth tbavo, or cool
your tomper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
ture of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and chlldron't hair cut or curled
after tbo most approved stylus. 8-10-tf
Millinery. Mrs. Hogarth ic Co. do
tire to call the attuntion of tho ladiot of
Cairo and vicinity to tholr display of mil
Unary and fancy goods. Having secured
thetervicos of one of the host trimmers
in tbo Wett, thoy feel confident that they
can suit tho most oxaotlng taste. Dross
making done in tbe latest ttylot on abort
notico. Prices reatonablo. A call it ro
tpoctfully tollcltod, No. 114 Commercial
avenue, ono door south of the popular
dry gooda atsreof J. Ilurger. 74-4-2 l-tf,
R. 3m vtu & Co. Offer for salo 60,000
old cigars, which they will sell choap and
guarantee to bo good tobacco and smoke
well. Wholesale from 10 to $30 por
1,000; rotall,two to tlvo conts each. One
thousand pounds flno smoking tobacco in
one and ono and a half pound packages,
They alto havo 10 barrelt good vinegar; 3
platform counter scales, and ono patent
coal oil can, which ihoy will sell nt a bar
gain. I-5-l-tf
Millinery. Mrs. Jackson, formerly
Mrs. Swander, is now on band with tho
cheapest stock of Millinery in Cairo,
She has lotrored her houto ovon with the
sidewalk to glvo the ladiot nn easy on-
trance and hat loworod hor prlco to glvo
them all a chanco to buy a beautiful spring
hat or bonnet and anything olso In her
lino that thoy may want. Hor storo is
ow one of tho most attractive, at it hat
long boon ono of tho ehoapest places In
town to buy. Call and too her nnd bo con
vinced. 18-6-ll-lw
Wm. Khlers wltjiusto Inform the pub
lic that ho hat just rocolved a largo stock
of imported French calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct importon,' and ho can there
fore warrant all hit work to be of not only
tho best manufacture, but of tho very
host matorlal. Any ono who delret lino
Boots, Shoot or Gallon will find It to
their interest to call on Mr. Eblert at his
shop, 20th ttroet, and examine hit ttock
and styles before ordering elsewhere.
203 8-4. 1m
1(00 MH TO HE NT.
in Wilcox block, Washington avenue,
at Ihe lnwfl figures. 10 4-S-lf.
m..,.,,h.i.i, tul i1n(ritni tualrtint. tiWs1rv.
nUtnta &t xnuhi mm mill. Alto b lot
" -w - '-'- i J 1
Drussels' carpet, furniture, its., for tale.
Opposite Cairo and Vincennos railroad
depot, 188 2-27-lf M. COYNE
Tr.n pounds of brown sugar for II ;
pounds best colluo sugar at $1,3 pounds
of cholco butler at $1; baking powder 45c
per lb; Irnportal tea al (1; potatoes 80
cents per peck ; 3 lbs cofleo $l,at Wilcox's
Block. 107 2.4-1 m.
Gold sloovii-hutton wllh Initials W. K.
11." on under side, sotnowhere between
Cfom and Twelfth streets on Washington
avenuo. Tho under will bit rewarded by
returning to Wn.l. K. Hawkins,
li-i-S-ft-lt City Clerk'n Ottlc.
Members ol tho board of trade will
tako notice, Ihero will bo a meeting at tbe
chamber this morning, tho fifth Inst, at 10
o'clock sharp, to hear report, advise with
ommittoo on transportation, and such
other business as may como bnforo us.
'Jl-o-.O-lt Wool) ltirrxNiionax. Pitst.
A very handsome buggy, now stablad
at Parker's on Tenth street, lias been
rarely used, la a light comfortable buggy,
red gear, noatly striped In gild and is In
overy way a ilrst-class, perfectly mad
buggy. Owner tells for want of use.
For particulars enquiroof Bobbin's, at
Ualliday llro'a otllco, Ohio Loveo.
Two llattorlct of two Hollers, each 24
feet long, 2 inch Dram, 2 14 Inch Fluut
with Uro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
BrltLhln, all completo and In Urst-clatt
ardor'; been used only tbroo months. Fo;
price, etc., inquiro of J. T. Henhie,
0-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
Frank Kratky dotirct that the public
should know that ho It prepared to deliver
broad of good quality and quantity, for
llttlo money, in any part of the city.
Glvo him your orders, and then look out
for Iho
. h() w Q y(JU lh)J u
i jlr(J 271-3-20-lm
Aru selling Gent's half boio at 05 ceuts
per do:cn.
You can buy Qucenswaro and Cultlery
as cboap nt D. Hartman A; CoV., as in any
other part of tbo country.
A large assortment of Ladies' Jaconet,
Nainsook and Victoria Lawns can be
bought cheap at D. Haktmav A- Co a.
Whampoa silk plaids can be had at 16
conts per yard at D Hartman A Co's,
A large aisortmeut of Drown, White
and Punish table linen at
Tho best Mock of Brown Linen and Cot
tonades can bo found at
D. Uartma A Co rf.
Twelvo yards bleached Domestic one
yard wido, for $1 at
D. Haiitmax Si Co s
A largo stock of Lawns, corded and
plain Alpacas, corded Jaconet, and Per
cals can bo found In beautiful styles at
1), Hartman A Co 3.,
For Stoves, Tinwaro, toiletware, steam
cooking vessels, broilers, bird cages, Un
arm, gato springs, gato hinges, table and
pocket cutlory, fluting Irons. Also for
roofing, gutters and spouting, go to A.
Halioy's, 168 Washington avenue, near
Tenth ttroet. t 4-17-lm.
Shoo Fly. Warm woatbor will soon
bo boro. Now is the tuno to guard against f
flies, gnats and mosquitoes. I will lay to
the public that I am making a tpoclalty
of groen wire cloth this season and will -duplicato
Chicago and St. Jou!s
prlcos, 1 also koep constantly on
hand a largo variotyof Bird
Cages, Moss Baskets, Flour Stands,
Toiiot Sets, Dath Tubs, and a gen
eral stock of Japanod, plain and ttamp
ped tinwaro, Rofrigoratort, Water Coolers
and Hooch's IX L Ico Cream Freezers.
Alto tho Odell improved Step Laddert,
which will bo told at bottom figures.
O. W. Hendorson, 100 Commercial av
enuo, Cairo, Ills. 77 4-24-lm
To all, particularly invalids, spring is
a trying season. Indications of tioknest
should at onco be attended to. Fatal
dlseasos may bo causod by allowing tbe
bowolt to becomo constipated, and tho
syslom to remain in a dlsordorod condition, "
until the disorder has tlnio to dovelop it
tolf. An ounco of proyention it worth a
pound of euro, it an old and truthful lay
ing. Thorotoro, wo advise all who are
troubled with tho complaints now very
provalobt headache, indigestion, dis
ordered liver, want of appe
tite, nauEon, or feverlth skin,
to take, without delay, Schenck's Man
drako Pills. Wo know of no remedy so
harmless and docisivo in its action. It at
onco strikos'at tho root of tbo disease and
producot a healthy tono to tho tyiteni.
People ncod novor suffer from any dlsoasu
arising from a disordorud condition of tho
llvoriftboy would tako this oxcellent
modiclno when thoy fool the tint indica
tion! of tho malady. Families leaving
homo for tho summer months should take tJ
threo or four boxes of thoto pills withJ
them. Thoy havo an almost instantarj.,
out effect. Thoy will reliovo tho patflWIf
of hoadacho In ono or two hours, anp tiU(0f,
rapidly oleanso tho liver of surridl,cctu'
LIIa anrl Uflll A?7rtnt Hallo n.anant
i Aasnr f-M
aiiacK, xuoy are sold
hyalldrK ,
00 4-80-a'
Tuk Huston Store is at Cunning
jld stand 101 Commercial avenue 5?

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