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Kiilit.it of l'ytlila, int-eti every rrl
lay IHXIil at nan-pain MYen, m
reiiuwa' nan. .
Chancellor Commander.
JtltttHU. Indeiiendeut Order of Odd-lel-mWLWw
Iowa. inu erery 'Ihurwtay night
wKK at lilf-t aeYen, In their lull on
Zomtm-relal avenue, Iwtwerii sixth urn) Heventb
Mj',i C'HAi I.AMK, N U
1AJUO KNCAMPMENT, I. O. O. .. meet
vln odd-Fellow' Hall on lb flnt and Uilrd
l in juar iu cyit iiwiiihi - ""- "V.Y.
.Mil II UOUHMAM, 01'
ar Unlit rrifiilsr communication! In Ma
tonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' 'and Klghtli Mrtvt, on the iecond ani
onnn aionnav oi iwu roonin.
Real Estate Column
Two good cottages on Twenty-Ninth
trct, near Coimnercliil avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
next to Wnvcrly hotel.
Dwelling house on Thirteenth street,
near Commercial avenue.
Hood dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second mid Twenty-tli'.rd
Store-room corner Twentieth anil
1'onlar street.
Twostorv house on 5th street, west
ol Waaliliiirton avenue.
Home on Walnut street, near Center
jileaant premises.
House on Commercial avenue, near
l'Jtli street. Sultablu for IjiisUicss ami
House on Commercial avenue, above
!Mh street. Suitable lor builncss and
Iltilnes house on I.evce, lately oc
rupled by Ciinnlnghaiu &. Stllwell
Winter's lllock- suitable for Hotel
Olllces or llusiiicss rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, Sand 0, in
Winter's Row, 5 rooms each, for $10 mt
-'o. 10 (corner), $12 W 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth Mreet, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
.lecnpled fcy A. Halley.
Dwelling house on Sixth Mreet and
.leflersoii avenue.
Orphan Asylum building and'piemi
res. Kent low, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 n month.
Rooms In various parts ot the elly.
Lands, lit tracU to suit, near Cairo.
Room to II ksi . Four rooms, and n
neat cottage on Third Street, free from
slpe water, and In good condition. En
iiulre of Win. Mel I ale, at the Delta
lloup. 2-lWf.
A. Ham.icv. A llnelut of table and
pocki-t cutlery, al-o spado.-, shovels
hoes, rakes, forks, axes audageuer.il line
of hardware just received by A. Halley,
11.") Commercial nveuue. 2-lS-Hm.
.It'ST Rkckivi.ii' A. Halley has just
rwci.-cd u line lot of canary and mock
ing bird cage, Mower stands, llower
trainers, hakcl., archer, hearts and
wreathe, which he ha' marked very low,
at 11' Commercial avenue. .!-ls!-:lni.
llixiiiiocATixH Ec.r, IIiiai Kit. Sweet
Cream, Cutnrd Whip and Fro-tlng
maker. Lightning Iteclproratlng tin
churn. Ite-t in tho world. Try the egg
healer and churn and be convinced. For
sale by C. W. Henderson, KM Commer
cial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
II 0-1 m
Notick in Caniiiah.s. Candidates
may ue the columns of the Ilru.i.n.v
to bring Ihelr names before Iho people, at
the following rates,.(uji in adtaner
City Clerk, $3 ; City Treasurer, ; All
dcrmau, $2. No variation Irom tho cash
in atltatKC rule. If
Ski: Koch. C Koch, at his ihop and
storeroom, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make ; alo a large stock of St.
Louis custom made boots and shoes. JIu
keeps the best material and is up In all
the latest styles. His tits are perfect, and
satisfaction I guaranteed. Give him a
call- 0-2:1-1 f
Nona:. Hardware, llnwaro and
stoves, plows, hand cultivators, spades,
"hovels, forks, liocs, rakes, stop ladders ;
also keep constantly on hand a Hue as
sortment of table and pocket cutlery and
builder's hardware. I am solo agent lor
tho celebrated Charter Oak stoves, of
which 1 keep in stock a full supyly of the
different t-i.es. Tho above articles at
"rock bottom figures1"
Il-Min C, W. Hkmikiison,
101 Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills.
All Chronic lllavnen ('tiri-il
He Is located in Cairo, Illinois, and is
still calling on you to bo healed. Why
will you die of old chronic diseases, when
you can bu cured with so Utile cost or
money. Do not give It up yet, for there
is still balm In Ollead. Cairn is the
place to come to bo cured oi all your
aches and pains.
I am now prepared at my olllce,to give
medicated baths, and persons wishing to
rccelvo such, will call at my olllco on
Eighth street, No. 22, from tho hours ol
2 p.m. till 0 p.m. Also plain baths, hot
baths, warm batlx, cold baths, or vapor
baths. Also persons having thu con
sumption or week lungs, and wishing to
receive medicines by inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment nt my olllco, this be
ing the only true way of getting medi
cine direct to the lungs. Also I treat dis
eases ot the eyes of years standing, and
Iho blind has been mado to see by my
treatment. All diseases of tho skin j
cure. Fistula cured by me without the
use of the knife. If you have a cancer,
come and bo cured. All private discuses
in llio shortest lime, cured by ine. In
short, for all chronio diseases of tho hu
man system, go to Dr. Unit. If you wish
to be cured. I compound and prepare nil
my medicines at my offlce. It Is said
that practice makes perfect, 1 have lieeu
ildrlv years a practicing physician.
All letters and communications shall
be conildentlal and promptly attended to
by mo. Direct, llii.lItri.TZ,
No. 22 Eighth street, Cairo, fUluolx.
asnol'.k r.ar..iTt.
KiiItob IIi li.itik I-Pleas announce that I am
a candidate fur the office oM'lty Clerk, at Hie ap
proaching elly election Will K. Hawkins.
. We are authorised to announce the name of
JAM KM W.HTKWAUT ai a candidate Tor Ilia
olllcc orClty Clerk, at the eniulnir city election.
Wc are authorized In announce the name of
W, F. A.M.KY as n candidate for re-election to
the omce of City Clerk at the entiling charter
election. Id
Mr. William Slraltmi It hereby announced mi
nnillilate for .Member ofthe lloanl urKilucilloii.
Klection, .'atunlny, Airll lit.
rr tl'ksdav, MAitcii 28, iwrc.
firnl Hither;Reporl.
CAino.'lLL., March M7, Ml.
Wind. 1 Vel.
ri!faiit. Slxiial Hitvlrc, U.S.A.
Kill Nlovra.
Fresh arrival ot a very large imurt
incut ol ladles' and gentn' kid gloves at
IHurgcr&Co. :W2Ut
Attriillon i licMrrn.
We have four dozen Imitation Ebony
Spraguo Can-openers, taken for adver
tislng, which we will sell at two dollars
per dozen. Inquire at Hulletln ofDcc.
At the last regular meeting of the Arab
! ire Co., I was Instructed to give notice,
that nil parties who removed any article
from their engine house would be pro'e
cuted to the full extent of the law.
:t-:t.-:tt. . F. Hi.akk, Sfcretarj-.
For Sle.
For sale for twelve hundred dollars,
the Steam Ferrylwat Nellie Thomas, lay
ing at Illrd's Point. For particulars ap
lily at the St. LouK Iron Mountain and
.Southern Itallroad olllce, No. K Ohio
.evee, Cairo, III. :i-2fl tl.
):r-laior Nnloun,
This iiotuilar saloon, corner Fourteenth
treet and WahlnL'ton avenue. Is oncn to
the uuhllc. The bar is sumilled with
pure wines, eholce liquors and the llncst
brands of cigars.
-25-lin A. Kitors, Proprietor.
loiim-keepcr. Ailnllun.
Do you know that .1. liurger t Co. arc
In receipt of a magnlllceut line of carrots
and oil clothes, all the very latest styles
ami designs ': The llrst arrival of the sea
son. Stop In and examine their stock.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
mploye of Tin: Huli.ktin, unless the
same Is made on a written order elgued
by the president or secretary of the com
pany, and we will nceept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
purpoM; whatsoever.
CAlltO lIl'I.I.KTlN t'OW.ANY.
November 10, 187S. U
I (Jriim
Kitty cents, at Winter's Oallerv.
for Kiiiixnh anil CulornUn.
The Atchison, 'J'opeka and Santa Fe
railroad from Kansas City and Atclilson
on the Missouri river, via Topcka, the
capitol ol Kansas, and thu bcautllul r-
kansas valley to thu ltocky Mountains.
lie shortest r"Ute to Puebelo the Urand
Canon, Colorado Springs, .Munltou,
Pikes Sieak, and all places of note in the
mountain region.-. The favorite rou to
to Denver and all points In Northern
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. Tho
only direct route to thu famous San
luau mines. Tho track and cmiinmcnt
s unequaled, trains run through from
the Missouri river to tho Koeky Moun
tains, making connections In Union de
pots and avoiding delays and trans
fers. For lull descriptive circulars
maps time tables, etc., address
U'. .1. andkkso.v.
Ueu'l Pass. Agent, Topcka, Kan.
A Mo, 1 laundry.
It is now conceded thai Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourtli street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avej
lines, lias one of thu best conducted laun
dry establishments in the dty, and laud
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llud It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as lollows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 70 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 10c; iter
dozen, 80e; socks, 5c; two collars, fie;
two handkerchiefs, 00; vests, 20c; ami
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, DOe; white
dresses, $1 2.hs; ladies' underware, line
andcoarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-tf,
The II111.1.KT1.V lias for sale one Hundred
lounts of Job type, Including many series
that uro now generally In use in tho llrst
class job olllces of the United States. All
these founts will bo sold at half their
original cost. .Many of them are com
plete mid almost now, embracing a largo
variety, among them Iwiiig Paysou
scripts, Eureka texts, title text open,
Phidlan, rimmed black, monastic, broad
gauge, Egyptian, bank nolo Italic, Tus
can, engravers' open, Celtic, French
clarendon, etc. Wo oiler these louiiU
(or sale because we are fast renewing the
material of thu Uiillkhn Job olllco with
the latest faces, all costly and adapted to
eity use. In few days we will send to
our country Irlcuds circulars displaying
founts separately and In series, tn which
will be attached price and terms, Whero
whole series are purchased special rednu
Hons will bo made. Orders lor Job print
ing Ironi country offices promptly filled.
7 a.m. .7fl
II ' W Bi
ip.m -.'.Kite
CenlCNnlfil Hall
dint received by Ooldstlne it I'oscn
water. :t-28-tf.
(tuner ijsreannil Melting;-
Cashmere lace and netting, a splendid
assortment, certain to please the ladies,
just in, nt J. liurger & Co. ,1-21-tf
Off t or n Trip.
The llcv. Charles A. Gilbert of this
city, left yesterday morning tor a trip In
tho South, for a llttlo recreation. He
will be absent about one week.
A beautiful line of new embroideries
Just received by the .recognized "embrolil
cry home'' of Cairo .1. liurger & Co.
Verv Low.
Mr. Thomas Parker, who has been suf
fering for years past with consumption, Is
now lying at the residence oi his brother,
Mr. Miles Parker, on Walnut street, so
low that all hopes of his life re dlspalr-
tu of.
Ho, for Ike Weil,
A good paying business and staud on
Eighth street, between Washington and
Commercial avenues, for sale at a bar
gain. For further particulars. Inquire nt
thlsonice. 3-24-tr
Hrnr II In Mind.
Everybody should rcmembei that the
next sociable of the ladles ot the Metho
dist church will take place at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. dames Johnson on
Thursday night. It wilt be a pleasant
affair, to which all are Invited.
For Hmle.
Two good, easy running hacks. The
two for $150, or $100 each. For further
particulars apply at the office ol the Iron
Mounlaln Itallroad company, 53 Ohio
levee. 3-2.1-tf
Nrbool Exhibition.
The pupils ofthe nubile schools of this
eity will give an exhibition at UieJAtlic
neum, on Friday night. It will be a very
creditable and iutertalnlng event, and
will, as school exhibitions always do.
draw an Immense rrowd of spectators.
Tin- Celebration To-day.
The annual celebration ot Egypt
Lodge, No. 1CC7. O. V. O. ot O. F., of
this Tlty, takes place ' to-day. Sev
eral foreign lodges arc expected to bo
present. There will be a grand Leap
Year party In connection with the cele
bration nt Washington hail to-night.
Too Much Isudaaua.
Mrs. Jules Brahic, wife of Mr. Jules
limbic, proprietor ot the grocery store nt
tho corner ot Twenty-seventh street nnd
Commercial avenue, on Sunday afternoon
about three o'clock, feeling lndispoied,
took an overdose of laudnam, which came
near putting an end to her life. She was
still in a critical condition yesterday af
ternoon, but hopes were entertained that
she would recover.
The Plare.
For a cleft.: ohave. a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to J.
(icorgu Stelnhouse on Eighth street,
Alexander Couuty Hank building. His
shop is always neat; his towels always
clean; his assistants always polite, nnd
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, (or the benefit of his customers.
Mew Uooilo.
Mr. S. ltosenwater of thetlrm of Gold
mine it ltosenwater, Is now and has been
for the past two weeks in New York,
purchasing a stock ot new spring goods.
The linn Is dally In receipt of large In.
voices of new nnd fashionable spring dry'
goods, men's furnishing goods, Ac,
which they are celling at remarkably low
llgures. It will pay you to call around
nnd see them. U-20-tf
The Colored Hcliool.
The examination of the pupils lu the
colored seliools will take place as fol
lows :
I u thu primary department, Wednes
day morning ; in tho second primary de
partment, Wednesday afternoon ; in the
Intermediate department, Thursday
morning; in the grammar school, Thurs
day afternoon, and Friday afternoon
there will be general exercises in the
grammar school. , Miss E. M. Mcllride,
thu principal of thu schools, extends a
cordial invitation to tho parents of the
pupils and friends ot the school to bo
What llnrre.ll Does Hot Believe.
Mr. M. U. llarrell, in his Oa-.ctU of
this week, suys: "Pete Saup avows a
purpose to run for the office of Sheriff
Hu would as an Independent Republican
candidate, carry a big vote, were It not
tor the candidacy of Dick Edinund ion,
who is also a ltepnblicau. And Dick, be
ing an Independent candidate, will not
hazard his chalices by entering a conven
tion. Wo do not bellero that the opjiosl
tlon to Irvln could effect his defeat, even
If united on one man. Divided between
two men, tho election of Irvln would at
once be placed beyond reach of contln
We've Uot it AkhIii.
Thu small pox Is again among ns.
Thcro are two vases now in the pest
house and one lu the eorrall, and" our
citizens should take thu precaution to
keep tho disease from spreading. On
Sunday one of the patients In the pest
house, by sumo means cscaiicd, nnd be
fore ho was caught nnd taken back, wns
visited by n number of his .friends and
iicqunlutanoog at a houso known ns tho
''flat-top," on Fourth street. He was
finally taken In uhargoby Otlh-cr Wooten
and marched back to his quarters, ond
care will lie taken that ho does not get
out again until he is lu lit condition to he
at large.
Imi-k.II Ak u Uuealloil.
.Mr. M. It. llarrell, In his last Omcitf,
remarks: "In the discharge ol his du
ties Shorlfl Irvln necessarily made ene
mies. Thu people would havo occasion
to suspect lib oflklal Integrity had lie
won the applause ot everybody. Hut
among his enemies, as among his friends,
there scoma in hn but one otihilon I In
Is the most vigilant, industrious and in
telligent sheriff that ever served the peo
ple ot Alexander county, -mere has
been no diminution of his zeal In the din
charire ol hi duties. He is. hi f.iri. sort
ing the people now with more diligence
man characterized nis cuuris Muring the
flrt year of his service. The question
then comes home to every hw-abldiiig
voter in the county: Can we allord to
retire such an olllccr?"
lie Went Through n Trunk
Polly Hangs is a colored servant at the
St- Charles hotel, and had saved enough
money to buy herself nncat wardrobe,
and she wai happy, Mary Ilaller Is
another colored girl, who saw, and con
trary to the commandments of thu scrip
turcs, she coveted that wardrobe, and de
termined to posses it, oven at the risk of
being caught. So she got into Polly's
quarters, and went through her trunk,
but Instead of hiding the spoils of her
wickedness, and keeping them out ol
sight until the storm had blown oven
Mary put thcin on, nnd cut a great
splurge about thu streets. The police
spotted her, and took her lu
charge. Shu was taken before
Judge Illrd, when the whole story or her
oovetoujncsa mid theft were told on her,
without regard for her wrought up feel
ings. She was transplanted to the circuit
court uudcr three hundred dollars ball,
and went to Jail because no one would
go on hec bond.
The Kxnmlnntloim,
The public school examinations began
yesterday afternoon. Tho pupils In tho
rooms of Misses Hogcrs, I'hillls and Au
brey, were examined, In the presence of
a number of ladles and gentlemen of the
city, nnd the excrclics proved most satis
factory to those who have children In
cither ofthe departments.
This afternoon the rooms tautMit by
Misses Powers and McKee, In tlic Thir
teenth street school building will be ex.
To-morrow morning, the pupils taught
by Misses Walbrldgc and Thompson, hi
the high school building.
To-morrow afternoon the rooms taught
by Misses McUride and Livingston, In the
high school buudlug.
On Thursday and Friday the examina
tion in the high schools will take place.
the examinations ot the colored
schools comes off on Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday.
It Is the request of the teachers of the
various departments and ot the principal
of the public schools that (lie parents of
the pupils and the public generally attend
the examinations.
Bret Hie.
The parish school i closed this
A windy, gloomy, mean day was
The colored Odd Fellows' celebra
tion takes place to-day.
Special bargains in muslins nt Gold
stlnc & Rosenwater's. U-2C-tf
A. H. Arington, ol New Orleans, Is
registered at the St. Charles.
The public school examinations are
In progress, nnd will continue
through the week.
Thomas and Henry Stilt, and Ml?
Mary nnd Jennie Stilt, of Michigan, nre
at the St. Charles.
A splendid selection of cheviots just
received at Goldstlno & Itonwater's.
Strawberries lots of them nt New
Orleans. And Alderman Halliday Is
there; and what is more to the point, hu
likes strawberries. 'They are his weak
ness his great Weakness.
There were several tinners bc-foro
Judge Bird yesterday for carryings on
that were not in accordance with the ordi
nances. They were fined and sent to tho
calaboose In leas time than it would take
to tell it.
Moses Hutsou, an old citizen of Alex
ander county, died of pneumonia a few
days ago. The OaittU says : "A good
old man was Moses Hutson, and every
body who knew him will learn of his
death with sincere sorrow."
Thu suushiuu of Sunday morning
canio like n blessing. The weather had
been cold and gloomy for some ten days
not a ray of sunshine not a pleasant mo
ment. Wo had almost forgotten that the
Lord had made a sun to alilue by day.
Just as the ltev. Mr. Gillhaui had
finished reading Ids text on Sunday evon
iug, iu the Methodist church, ho was
called to thu bcdsldo ot Thomas Parker,
who was thought to bo dying. The Key.
gentleman dismissed his congregation
Immediately and answered tho summons.
Our friend of tho Oazdic declares
that inoro than two-thirds of ,the water
that has accumulated inside our levees
came directly from our rivers, without
undergoing percolation. Hu sayti "It
poured lu In great streams through our
sewers," and wo agrco with him,
At tho Lean-1 ear party to bo given
by the lady Irlcuds ol the colored Odd-
Fellows, nt Washington hnll this evening,
the most popular lady present will be
presented with a beautiful pair of Odd
Fellow's cull buttons. The lady receiv
ing the second largest vote will also re.
eclve n present. Thoso who expect to
take part lu tho festivities areantlelpatlng
a grand time.
Done from Amoiiir tin.
Dr. Charles DeGrath, who has been
confined In' our city Jail for the past sixty
days charged with perjury, under ball
nf niu- thousand dollars, iriive the remili eil
ballon Saturday niglit, and led lor his
home lu Now York city Sunday after
noon. He called on thu Hruxi iN Sun
day and requsted us to return his sincere
thanks to Sherlfl Ham li vlu and Jailer
Dick Fitzgerald, for thu kindness they
showed him while confined In the prison,
lie says Sheriff Irvln Is 11 gentleman of
whom Cairo ought to bo proud, and ex
pressed his wish that ho be again chosen
by the people ol Alexander couuty as
their sheriff. -'Iflwasn resident," said
tho dne.tnr. "and telt as I now do toward
Mr. Irvln, tfi'H u thousand bottles of
my electric oil. nnd donah! eery rent of
the proceed toward carrying hi the cam
patgn." Here DeGrath branched olVlnto
loud praNe of his present wife, whom he
pronounces "an angel.'' ''II you say one
word ot cither ot tit In your paper," said
lie, "let that lie a word of praise tor her.
She is my guardian angel, tho true friend
ofmy bosom. Shu lias with her own
tender little hand, put up lu my factory
In Nuw York a thousand bottles of my
medicine, and mid It, that she might tend
me thu money to buy my freedom.
Praise her, nnd I will be your friend for
ecr." Ho says hcha been blackmailed;
that the woman who came to Cairo with
a child In her nnns, Is nu inijioster, ami
that the child was brought here to create
sympathy. That she represented him
as a wealthy man, which I not tine.
"If I was worth a hundred thousand dol
us Sarah Ford declares I am, do yon sup.
pose I would hau layed in that cell
for two mouths fur the want
ol a thousand dollars?" Hu then went
on to tell tu that hu had been deceived by
Mrs. DeGrath No. 1. when a young 111:111.
That she had worked lu his ractory when
young, and that hu became Infatuated
with her and married her; that alter they
had liccn married hut two mouths, hu
found that she was unwoithy his love and
protection, nnd that he eaine to tills Stale
and remained here liftceu mouths, travel
ing from one place to another, selling his
electric oil, that hu might get a divorce
from her lawfully ; that ho got thu di
vorce, and that shu wn. angry over the
result of thu suit, and that shu had been
persecuting him ever since.
He asserts that while he lay lu Jail In
Jersey City, waiting to be brought to
this city, n party called upon him and
offered to settle thu matter amicably for
one thousand dollars. That he knocked
the gentleman down and that he was car
ried out, and ho fins not seen or heard of
lil tn since.
Here the doctor stopped bhort, and,
rising from his seat, placed his hand upon
our Innocent head. It struck us suddenly
that he was about to adinlnlitcr to u n
dose of the same kind of cure that hu had
given the gentleman in the Jersey City
Jail, lor saying what we have about him,
and we began to feel very unpleasant, but
Instead of knocking us cold, he Invoked
the blessings ot thu Lord upon us, and
after shaking our hand cordially, with
ltKAK T1111. Hlrd cages, flower stand-
nowcr trains, mo baskets, leu cream
freezers, toilet' ware, bath tub, lamp
chimney, oil, tuning irons and Muting
scissors ; also a lull supply ot plain and
stamped tinware, wholesale and rrtiul,
by C. W. Henderson, 101 Commercial av
enue, Cairo. Illinois. :t-5-lni
CilltO, ll.l..,.M0N!AY KVKNINd, I
March 27, 1870.
We have had every variety of weather
since our last Issue. On Friday It was
warm and cloudy. Saturday was rainy
and dark. Sunday was clear and pleas
ant, but rain began falling during the
night, and n slight sprinkling continued
until noon to-day. Tho rivers arc very
high and still rising. Hates to New Or.
leans arc unchanged.
The gciu-ral market is dull. Flour la
very quiet, wltn u koo.i stock on band.
Hay Is very dull nnd prices havo de
clined, owing to thu greatly overstocked
market. Corn U reported tinner. 'There
is very little in tliu market. Oat aro
firmer. Receipts have been very light
and the supply is limited. Meal Is lu
good supply at thu mills; it is repotted
firmer, vtith prices advanced. Until 1
very dull at SKI. ,The reeclpU ot butter
have been more liberal, but not equal to
the demand. Extra choice .Northern will
bring :13 cents readily. Eggs aro in good
supply and selling at 12J cents. Thcro
arc no apples lu Hit- market, and fancy
prices will be paid lor them. There is
an urgent demand lor good poultry.
Choice hens willbiiug f.'l "Stall; mixed
stock, 'AQfl 50. Dressed meats are
quiet. Veal and sheep sell readily, but
Jieef and hogs are dull. Onions anil poia
toes arc very dull. A small quantity of
good sweet potatoes aro wanted.
jcTOiu- friends should bear iu mind
that thu prices hero given aiu Usually
for sales from first hands lu round lots,
fu filling orders and for broken lots It Is
nciessary to charge an advance over
these Il2itrcs."5tt
Flour has been quiet. Th -stock lu
hand is ample for tho trade. Prices aro
unchanged. Sales noted weru 100 bar
rels ciiolcc $0 75 ; 200 barrels various
grades $1 507 00; 200 barrels various
grades $10 75; 600 bbU various grades
$;i 25(3,0 50 ; 150 barrels various grades
$l7 50; 100 barrel luw grade I 25;
50 barrels XXX winter 5 50; 100 bar
rels various grades ?I1
Hav i very dull, and prices havo de
clined. Tho market Is still glutted. We
note tho sales of 1 car choice 1 1 00 ; 2
cars very common 0; 1 car common S-i ;
1 car common 8; t cars good .mixed S-S;
100 bales mixed $1 per bale; 1 car prime
mixed SHI 00; 1 car gilt edgo Timothy
$17 00.
Com Is repot ted firmer. There l very
little coming Into market. We note tho
salu ol U30 sacks white, -17c; -23 flacks
white, ISc.
Theiv Is a firmer feeling lu oats. Re
ceipts aru light, and thu supply I limited.
We note thu sale of I curs Northern N'o. 2
sacked and delivered, IlSe; 150 eacks
mixed, line 5 0 ears Northern mixed iu
bulk, 5o; 1 car Northern mixed in sacks,
There Is very littiu activity in meal, but
It Is reported a little firmer. We note
thu salu uf 300 bbls city steam dried, $2 20
9 30 ; 60 bbl country, $2 15; 100 Mils
eity steam dried, $2 20.
Ilran Is verv dull. Tho mills have a
large stock on hand. We note tho .,t..
of 100 sacks, m.
Ruder Is very scarce, and the demand Is
good. We note the sale of 15 packages
Southern Illinois, 25e; 300 pound com
mon Northern, 20:i0e ; I packngi s
Nortlicrn roll, 33c; 4 tubs Noithcrn
packed, 33.
The supply ol egg Is fully iu.il
thu demand, and prices are uneliamrcd
Sales noted were 1 box 12J ; 500 dozen,
wc-oiL'ie; .w doen r.'jc; 700 dozen, T.V.
There are no apples of nnv kind In Dm
market, and tholec aru hi demand at
fancy prices.
Poultry is very scarce, and Iho demand
1 . 11. ... n-. .. . . .
n c.xcuiiriu. 11 u 11010 1 110 satu or 1 coop
live turkeys $12 00 per doen; 1 coop
roo-ters 'J .'-) tier doen.
Theio wcio iio sales of dres-eil meals
repotted. Veal and sheep vtlll n:!l on
arrival at.falr prices ; but tlietu Is not
much doing lu hogs and bctf.
The market Is glutted with poor and
sprouted onions, for which there is no
ale. A few barrels of eholeu would
bring $1 50 per barrel.
The market is full of potatoes, ami
there U no salu for them.
A few barrels ol good sweet potate
would sell readily at Irom $3 00 to $3 to
per ban el.
We utiotu salt In car load lot. SI isn ;
less than (air load lots. SI 75. Wn nnti-
the salu of 80 bbls nt quotation.
Wo (inotc Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, S3 ; nut. $2: delivered car
load per ton, lump, S3 50 ; nut, $2 75 ;
delivered per iluglu ton, lump, $! ; nut
S3 25; L'auin or llnrrlsburir coal on
track ncr car load, luniii. S27: nut. Sit!:
delivered per ton, S3 5(1; Pittsburgh coal
ear loads on track, S-" 50 per ton ; tlnglu
ton, delivered, $0.
Hide arc dull, hut there 1 a lair de
mand for furs, at quotations :
linn Dry Hint, 12(j$i:ic. dry salted,
lOJCjjUJo; green salteifj 5J(it,0o damaged,
5 price.
I- tin VI enuote : H elern Olter. No.
1. Sltfi C 60 ; No 2, S; 50 ; No. 3, SI
1 50; No. I, 25u. Mink No. 1, si
1 23; No 2, 6075u; No. 3, 25c; No. f,
10c. Raccoon No. 1, 75f?50c; No. 2,
4()j; No. 3.20o; No. 4,8c. Fox Grav,
No. 1 eased, SI : No. 1 open. 75u; No. 2.
6000o; No, 3, 25c: No. -I. 10c: Red,
v.. 1 .... ....1 ei r.i . v.. 1 i it
Skunk Rlack. S0e(Ji,$l ; halfhlrlped.50
OOo; narrow, 3,1u; kitten. 16c Opo-
suni Wj)iue. Heaver 51 i'.'. Jiusk
rat l0Yi'i2e. Rear No. 1, S3; No. 2, 5;
No. 3, $2$3 : No. 4 . 50c.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms ; 10 lots
enclosed, lu good order, on Twenty
fourth nud Walnut streets. Rent low to
a good tenant.
Dwelling 1iouh -I rooms and base
ment, on Poplar street, tietween T'blr
tcenth and fourteenth streets. Rent
J Two tenements on west side of Com
mercial avenuu near Fifth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Rent for each, SS
per month.
Dwelling house, 5 rooms, on Fifth
treet near Walnut, Ingocid repair. Rent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, 2 looms anil kitchen,
Twcnly-llr-t Mreet, near Sycamine
not 111 sido. Rent $5, per mouth.
Two small houses, uorlhwe&t corner
Fifteenth and I'opulat. Rent low.
llaciueut of brlrk building, west side
of Washington avenue near Eighteenth
street, live looms iu good condition)
Rent low.
Untitling 011 rait side of Coiiiuieicla
avenue, near 'Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter ."hop. Cheap rent.
lliiildiug on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Rent very low.
Tenements', olllces and rooms In vari
ous lacatiou. Rents low.
Lots and lauds for salu or kac.
JniiN J. IIau.man A; Co.,
Real Estatu Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. 3-15-tf
Wooil I Wooil It W001I !!!
Wood at thu llox Factory at scuuly
live cents a load. 3-21-lt.
Sojii: ruiMi Nkw. Tim lightmig, re
ciprocating, tin chum and egg beater,
thu latest and tho best ever made, nt A.
llallcy's, who Is now selling hU largo
stock ol stoves, tin nud brlttnna ware at
greatly reduced price. Give him 11 call
before you purchase, IIj Commercial nv
enue. 2-lS-3m.
Cat.wiuii Is 11 common dleae, so
common lliat snuilliig, spitting, and
blowing ol the nose, meet in 111 every
turn on thu street. Your foot slips In
thesu nasty dl-eharges on the sidewalk
ami lu tho public conveyance; and Its
dUagieeablo otlor, containing the breath
of tho nftllctcd, renders them offensive to
their associates. 'There Is the highest
medical authority for staling that with
fully one-half, If not two-ihird. of lhoo
ulllli-li-il wltli eoiisiiiiiiitlon of tho lllllL'S.
the disease commruees as catarrh lu tho
1100 nnd head, thy next step being to
iln-oat and bronchial tubes lastly to tho
lungs. How Important then to give early
... . ........11.... I. rn..
aim IlloiuiH aiii'iiiion 111 11 i.ii.ii 1 11 ; 111
euro till loathsome disease correct lb"
Hystcm by using Dr. I'leree'H (Iohkii
Mi-illi-nl lll.ciivi i v. which times 11 Illl.
I ' .
, clean-es tho blood, and heals the diseased
glands by n specific iuiliieuco upon tliein;
and to ussWt, uso Dr. Safe's ('atari h
Remedy with Dr. Plereo's Naal Douche.
'I'l.UUilm nnlv-wiii-tn reach the Upper
and back eavlllet where, life discharge
nnllllM h-nill. N'O l.-llliri-r 00111 tllU UCat
meiit, and It Is Avmut w. ''" two
medicines with iuliuuient art) wild by
dealers In nicdlcliiw. 3-22.il&w-lv.(20.
J-i,U,,mr.i -
Cincinnati M,
Ml-iiii-IiIs. .,"'
rr. I i.t
.New Orleans,
JlelllW lliirh uiilrnf IR?
c- . -,"'1f,KS WATSON,
Sergeant, Signal Bervlre. It.u. A.
fort .1st.
Steamer .Mm Flsk, l'aducah.
" V. II. Church, New Orleans.
City of Alton, St. Louis.
t.oiorauu, ick'snurg.
" Arkansas Hello, Evanivlllc.
" Pat. Cleburne. Evansvlllc.
Capitol City, St. Louis.
Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Hickory, Memphis.
" Vint Slilnkle. Memphis.
" Chas. Morgan, New Orleans.
" City of Helena, Vlcksburg.
E.ldyvllle, Nashville.
'Tow-boat Thus. W. Means, St. Lotil.
" Lookout. South.
" Ed. Ilobbs, St. Louis.
" Simpson Horner, Louisville.
" .las. II. Williams. Louisville.
' A. . I. Raker, St. Louis.
" .John Gllmorc, St.Louli.
" Raven, Mlddleport.
" Smoky City, Pittsburg.
Steamer dim Fisk, Paducah.
" Arkansas Helle. Kvniisvillc.
" Pat. Cleburne, Evansvlllc.
" City ot Alton. New Orleans.
" Coloi ado. St. Louis.
' Capitol City, Vlcksburg.
" Grand 'Tower, St. Louis.
" Hickory, St. Louis.
" Kddyvllle, Nashville.
" Vint. Slilnkle, Cincinnati.
" Chas. Morgan, Cincinnati.
" City of Helena, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Tho. W. Mean. St. Louis.
" Lookout. Paducah.
" Ed. Ilobbs. Wheeling.
" Simpson Homer, New Orleans.
.la;. It. William. New Orleans.
" ' A. .1. Raker, Nashville.
" John Gllmnre, Nashville.
Raven, St. I.oul.
" Smoky City, New Orlcaus.
riir. uivKiis.
Tin! river, last evening, was 43 feet
10 3 5 on the gauge, having risen 12 3-5
Inches during the previous 43 hours.
rl'li,t ii-.-tlliiif' mii Siiimlnv i--ttl tipfollt.
mild and very agreeable the first clear
Sunday we nave enjoyed lor many wccks
mil yesieruay ii was me sauiu um
llitmr -urn In "I'mIii I'i-II .'ll. illll-rVIlls All
day amflilds fair to continue nil night.
A (iispaicu irom i uscuiiioia, laiiauui
yesterday morning stated that the Ten
nessee was stationary with 10 lect ot
it-nl.it- mi I V-llM.rf Sninli-d mill ntt It llAfl
bueii falling previously, It Is no doubt
rnl.-mg now. linwcver, unless a jjrrai.
deal more rain tails above, we need not
expect the river to rle very much higher
Uuslnes 1 dull ngalu on the river
owing to the high water and bad
lll'.NT.ItAI. ITKM.
'The Glllmoro and A. .1. Raker havo
towx of Ice for Nashville.
Tho Ja. 11. Williams has 20 boats, 7
barges and I fuel boats containing f0,
OOObmbelsol coal for the Smth. This
Uthe largest tow of coal, by 15 or 20
thousand bushels that ever went down
the river.
'rii,. c.w.1-1. fllw ntwl mmiinn llnrfior
-l .JIIIUI.J VJ ...... J...."'.. . . -.
also have largo tows ot coal for the South.
The 1!himi has three harzes nails. Iron,
etc., for St. I .oui.
Tim Charles Moigau has 100 cabin, 00
deck passi'iorei's, and a fair trip ol frclgut
or iiiiciiuiau. tun wns me ursi ooai iu
report the new cut oil nt Island No. 37,
or Devils Elbow, just auovn anil
opposite the outlets above Memphis.
Thu river cut through on last Saturday
night. Tho distance through Is a llttlo
over a mile, and will shmteu tho distance
to Memphis 12 or 1 1 miles',
i, i. . i ,1, i. .i.ii.i .(- iii.i.i
ah n .iiniisiiii .--! it... ..'. w ... ,..
.tli,.-iil ..'III .llw.-i.iilllillii lis ii,i-iiii til
tills city on the first of .the mouth, and if
so the.wharllioat that has laid nt tho foot
ot lourtii street I or tnc pasta or iu years
will bo for sale.
Receipts of cotton for Eastern ports
have fallen oil greatly iu tint past few
davs. Hods lately have brought very
EvansviUo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoali, Shawnootown, Bvans
villo, LouiBvillo, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
'llw iiiulvallc-l Slde-WUeel ateiltller
11 11. t'OWLKU - Matcr.
Kl. It. Thou as . - ...Uerk.
W III luivcKvaiurllle for Cairo every MONDAY
and THUKSDAV al I u'olock p. lu.
t.cuves Uulroevery TUKSIJA V and ICIUDA ,at
0 O'clock l. 111.
Tliu eleijuut slilo-wheel ateamer
Hits lluWAKU ..StaJtr,
Waltlii n. PitNNiNiiroN Jb'JS'
Will leave Kvmnvllle ror Caliiiavury TUKS-
DAY and Fill DAY at.l o'clock p. iu.
Will Inn ii Culroevery UKONKSUAY and S AT-
UllllAYiitllo'i'lockli. in
Tim clt-Kaut ilUe-wlit tmef
John (loir - "VJr'k
Mat. William "Lv;:,,vv5!
Unw KviiiiMlll" , lor Cairo irr f.IlNKS
l).VYllmlATL'ltl, nt 6 I'- , ,,...
Ulnincry TlllllWDA Y and 8UNDAY
let wiui th. . iSu&vllto .Mall StawijrjIbKi
IB ' r.'" .... II r llli 111 hr iHilhTMHhl
lipm mi lv...- r - .
.... , .i i. i . y mi uHaaaH...H mm. mam i.iiiii.
Fu ' iirUiiirlnrorraatloBM.inJyUi
r HOI.. HlLVKltlPaaJtATnt.
I.. amiMifi .hi.
ltAI.UDATBMOa,, I aV..u.
SiiH-riuWudwt aiid'Junrral
ml iaa vaMaAaUiM m
Tin Tin
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