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OAIRO DAILY BTJLLETtN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1873.
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OMm; Jan. IV, 117ft, 10. 1 1 p.m. J
wiMiMUHTMocuy a miles per
MaatsMi. lfapraWr, last 2 hours,
ilttnperatura, last- 14 hour,
leHy et WiM, last 14 bout, 01
Tbomm L. WATWfH, Observer.
At -If residence on Commercial avenue,
at I o'clxk p.m, yesterday, Louli Nas.
Hit remains will be taken by special
train to Villa Ridge for interment on Sab
bath aftirnoon. The particulars at to
the time of the funeral, will appoar in Sun
Jkwbtt Wilcox Ii in the city for a few
Skill oyster juit from the bays at
Louis Hebert's. lw
Sib notice of oranges and lcraom for
ale by Mathusi A Uhl.
B.F. BonxniDEof the 0. and V. R. II.,
ii booked at the St. Charles.
Dbimbt hogs are telling at 4 to 6 cU.
according to tite and quality.
n. S. OaBTBB of the Carter steamboat
libe, lain the city on a business visit.
TE Charles Bodinann arritcd horeyos
terday morning with 1,205 hbdi of sugar,
and 1,400 bbli of molasses.
Two cilek ot smll-pox were yeiterday
taken from the Gharlei Bodmann and
transferred to the pest-house.
Good house to rent on Nineteenth
street. Apply to Elliott & Haythorn, 130
Commercial arenue. 1-11-21,
Icb often inches in thickness and clear
as crystal is now Uken from the Missis
sippi river and placed in some of our ice-
Mathdss A Ubl have fltiy barrels of
choice oranges which they are selling at
98 per bbl ; also, ten boxes lemons, just
received and for sale. 1-11-31
tiBBixriBLD'a ferryboat was cut down
on tha Missouri shore by the floating ice
Bight before last. It is not yel known
whether she wilt be a tout lots or not.
ElubbJ. K. Fiuiii of Eureka, Ills.,
will'preach at the Christian church, on
Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., and 7) p. m.
All are cordially invited. 1-1 l-2t.
BB49 tha advertisement of Halllday
Brothers in this morning's Bullbtin.
They offer for sale fine dreiied bout at
reasonable ratal. The bogs aro Iowa
pork and will, of course, go off liko "hot
M. Gaiiqhkb, a chronic offender, yes
terday, through tho influence of Judge
Sbannesiy, found employment lor the next
nine days on the streets under tho super
vision of Mcllale.
At a meeting of the city council last
night the liquor bonds of L. Nassano,
Mary Maboney, John Ilagarty, Antonio
Colla, F. Scheeler aud P. Mocklar were
reported good and sufficient, by II. Wat
eon Webb, acting city attorney, in the ab
sence of P. II. Pope.'
YuTMDar a arrivals at the St. Charles
wenill. ft. Spaulding, Vandtlia; U. W.
Moore, Evaotville; H. C. Richmond,
W. D. Armstrong, Pittsburg; T. J.
Atchison, Decatur; U. Cain and W. R.
Lucas, Louisville, and C. C. Clark, Missouri.
Dixo. Yesterday at one o'clock, p. m.,
of poeumjnla, Mr. Lauis Nassano, a well
known and popular Italian eitiaea of this
city. Mr. Nassano letves a widow and
four snail children in ordinary good cir
cumstances. Tha deceased was a member
of the Rough and Ready Fire company.
Attebtioh I Rough and Ready Fire
company, Mo. 3 : You aro hereby noti
ced to be at the engine house, in full uni
form, on Sunday the 12th instant, at 12
o'clock, m. sharp, to attend the funeral of
our lata brother member, Louis Naisano.
By order of the Company,
l-ll-.t G.'Q Leaks, sec. pro. tern.
Nioht before last, two prisonors con
fined in the BalUrd county jil at Bland
ville, K., cut a bole through the walls of
the jail and made good their escape.
Tbay did their work with a saw. How it
came into their possession is an unci,
plainej mystery. Both were cbargtd
with grand larceny.
Ak ordinance received iu first reading
last night, authorising the city council to
ampl.iy a person who an ill take tho cen
sus of the population oi tbts city, In order
tha. the council may aacortain into how
many wards the city can be divided, and
how many alderman It is proper to elect
under the general law, under which the
city government Is to bo organize-.
Messes. Webb, Harmon and Oossman,
the committee appointed by the eounly
court to apportion the colts for new side
walks oa tha lots abutting on said walks
according to tba assessed value of the lots,
have completed their labors. The caies
will bava a further hearing at the Febru
ary tares of the county court, which will
convene on tha third Monday of said'
Pacl J Cahletom ultdof iraall-pox in
the pest-boost on Wednesday. Tba un
fortttBsU yoang man was a comparative
traager in toe piacc, naving resiaea nere
sVfcw months. Bis age was twenty-
two yaar. Ha was cornet player In
IsMtHtrg'e fcavsl, and was the leader of
tha tmt limt' band for a short time
pnrUm to his daatb.
Tobacco Sale. The second sale of tba
season took place at Straughn A lllnkle's
tobacco warehouse, on Teeth street, yes
terday forenoon. Eight fabds were offered
and sold at tha following prices: 1 hhd
lug B6 3&J 1 bbd do $0 30 j S hhds
medium shippers $7 C6j 4 bhds low
grade piebald $9 212. From this
time on, sales will be held every Friday at
ii o clock a m.
On Thursday an elderly man by the
name or James Konnady Was brou&ht be
forejudge Brois, charged, under the stato
law, with keeping a gambling houte in
this city. A number of witncisos were
exsmlnrd, but not sufllclent evlilcnco was
elicited toonvlct Kennedy of the charge
Alter no wns ncqultted on the chHrgo
al ovo'liamod, hn plead guilty to tho samo
charg- under tho city ordln mccs. und whi
fined $20 and cost, which ho paid and
promised to quit tho business.
T"B funeral services of Mrs. Amelia C.
Menrs wcro held in tho Proibvtcrlan
church, yesterday afiornoon at ono o'clock,
and wore attended by a largo number ol
our cltixens. Tho sermon was delivered
by Rev. H. B. Thayer. The sorvlccs
throughout wore of n vory solomn and
impressivo character. At tholr conclu
sion, .the body was followed by a laree
concourse of friends to the dopot, from
wuenco they were placed on tho 2:4o
train on tho Illinois Central railroad, and
conveyed to Hlll.boro, Ills., whore they
win no interred.
Dat before yostcrduy somo clllxo'ns of
Columbus, Ky., observed a skiff floating
down tho river with the Ico. They mado
an effort to get It, and when within about
thirty fuet of tho skiff, thoy dlfc.ivorcd
mat it contained tbo dead bodies of two
men, who it is supposed, wcro frozen to
death at somo point above. In nil proba-
bllity, these unfortunato men had mado
an effort to cross the river and hnd become
fastened In the floating ice, and thus camo
to their unt mely end. The parties who
discovered them nt Columbus, tniido h'iI
pouible eflorts to bring tho bodies aihorr,
hut woro prevented from so doing, by the
heavy ice and rapid current of tbo Missis
Mr. M. Rkdmin of Rush's Ridic, Mis
souri, a week or so ago, started down tho
Mississippi river with a flat boat loaded
with four thousand bushels of corn for
Now Orleane. At Helena, Arkansas the
ico cut down his boat. Redmaii.in his en-
doavors to save as much of tho cargo as
poislblo, exposed himself, and tbo result
was an alta:k of pneumonia. He took
passage on tbo Liwrence for home, but
tho disesso gained such headway that
whilo the boat was lying at Belmont,
nigbt before last, be expired. Tho re
mains wera brought to this city cn board
the steamer Illinois, and will be convoyed
to his home in Missouri. Mr. Rodman'
family aro living on a farm at Rush's
Ri lge, and will fuel his lots a soveru and
Tna law which makes it obligatory
u,.on all households to put up a small-pox
placard in sight of the public.
wborever tho disease exists, Is one whleh
i apparently faithfully observed in this
city ; but while this is so, there is a crim
inal neglect of carefulness on
the part of penons and fam
ius wbo nave cases of the disease
among tbem, in tbiir intercourse with
others. Tho sign is displayed for the pur
poso of protecting others from the dangers
ol contact with the diseae, but how far i
it going to effect this object while the
friends and relativos of the patient, who
are too often . his roommates
go in and out from his presence
without the least restraint to circulate
among the peoplo. A little attention to
this matter might provont many cates f
small-pox. Only a few days ago a caso of
small-pox came to our knowledge. Thi
pstlent, when the disease was fully devel.
oped, was removed to tba pest-house, but
belore and immediately after this move,
tbo family went In and out constantly,
neither thinkingorcaring nsto thedangor
of their course. Th6 placard plan is a
good one when followed out in tho spirit
as well as the letter of the law, but it is
almost worthless as it is now observed in
Coal shovols, tongs and buckets, and
anything elsoyou want at llalley's.
TILE ICE LAST NIGHT.
A CUTTING DOWN OF STEAMERS
DRESSED 1IOQS FOR SALE.
We have Just received a consignment of
One Iowa bogr, which we offor for sale at
reasonable prices. Cull at our warehouse.
PoruLAR LKcrunx. Rev. II. 11. Thayer
has been invited, and has consented to de
liver bis lecture entitled
"SELF-MADK, OR, THE ROYAL
In the Presbyterian church of this city on
MONDAY EVEMI.NO, JANUARY 13,
Under the auspices of the ladles
of tbe Presbytorian church. As
Mr. Thayer gives the entire proceeds to
the Ladies' Church Fund.lt is hoped that all
tbe friends of the church and sccloty will
improve this opportunity to bear tbis lec
ture, and In so doing contribute dlrectlv
to a good causo and worthy objtct. l-'J-4i
Sous choice inuilc may bo orpeeted on
Monday evening at the Presbyterian
church. Mrs. Lansden, assisted by some
of tbe best musical tulont of the city, will
sing before and after Mr. Thayer's lecture.
It is a fact, although a sad one, that
hundreds of young people die pormaturely
from a lack of propor knowledge as to
tho cause of their ailment. In somo cases.
especially with the female sex, a false dell,
cacy prevents their sufferings. Scores of
victims of irregularity in the monthly
evacuations suffer on from dav to dav.
without taking anything to releave them.
Many young men have made the first
false step, anil fear of dls.overy and shame
deteis them from applying for rclkf. To
all such we say with confl Jencc, get Par
kers Compound Fluid. Extract Bucbu and
take it according to directions, and you
will soon be made bapry In a full reii ora
tion of tbe vigor of youth. Sold by all
Heavy ica ran by this harbor yesterday
all day, but tba heaviest that has been
known for many years came down last
night About eight' o'clock it became
evldont that serious damage to the ship
ping might be tho result, and those tnot
interested set about to prepare for the
threatened destruction. Extra lines and
fastenings woro put out from the steamers
and wharfboats, but tho powerful current
and the ImrnenMo fluid? of Ico came cutting
and crnsbinc pant, and strong hausers,
lines and chains wore easily parted by
the migiity gorgo.
HalllclMy Brothers moved tho books and
valuable papers off their wharf-boat to
tholr office on tbo levee, nml many liko
precautions wcro taken by oilier parties
baving similar Interest.
Phillip's wharf-bout was somewhat pro.
tccted by a largo which was moored lm
mcdlutoly in front of It, breaking thu cur
rent and kocping it clnnr of ice.
Of tl.o steamers, tho Exporter and Glas
gow seemed to bo In tbo greatest danger,
tho former being ck posed to tho Ico with
out any possible chance of escape
About 12 o uouk the Tyrotio camo down
completely surrounded by ice. Sbo was
carried into port stern foremost, and what
seemed almost Impossible, safely landed
below the St. Charles hotel.
Up to 1 o'clock no serious damago hnil
taken place, but the situation grows more
dangorous every hour. It is said, by those
who seem best informedto bo the. heaviest
ico that hits ever gone out of the Ohio.
Thursday Evening, Jan. fl:h, 1873.
Business continues good in nil its prin
cipal branches. Tho wbolesalo grocery
trade Is lively ; orders for tbo staplo nrti-
rles enmo In brisk und aro filled on verv
fitvoritble terms for the buyer Quick and
aheap transportation to nil points makelnc.
tnis a very ndv.intiigeoiu -ntirket for coun
try dealers to purchnso supplies from.
aiixeu corn is in active demand und fair
supply. Oats are plenty and firm at quo
tations. Our predictions oi'n decline in bay
has not yet been verified. Choice timothy
continues firm from first hands at S'-'C 0 '.
Considerable common hay is felling at us
low as $18 and $19. The other brunch s
ofthi) market remain without noteable
Tbo weather is clear and cold, heavy ice
is coming out of the Ohio while tho Mis
sissippi is solid to St. Louis and Is likely
to remain so.
Freights are weak with a downward
Correspondence should bonr in
mind that oi.r quotations represent prices
for round lots from' first handa. unles
otherwise stated, and that in filling small
orders higher prices must be paldf;
riiOUR-Unchangcd. The demand Is
fair for medium to choice grades; low
grade' are neglected. Prices are firm at
quotations. Sales In general market were
about 2000 bbls- 800 to arrive, 7 508 60;
ouo various grades 6 00 to 10 00; 450 d
5 to 9 60; 200 do 5 25 to 9 7fl; 300 XXX
7 00; 300 super 4 76. Sales by
Cairo City Mills wcro ir0
bbls white wheat, family, 9 60; 200 XXXX
8 50; 160 XXX 7 60; 100 XX C 25; 50 X
HAY Choico is in good demand at
20 00 for timothy to-dy and 2425 00
for mixed, drayage frre. Low grades are
plenty and sell slow at 18 lo 20 00. 3
oars mixed sold at $22, 2324 00; I car
damaged timothy at 22 00; 2 cars prarla
IB 00; 0 cars choice timothy 20 00; 2 cars
common mixed 22 00; 3 cars "gilt edgo'1
on orders 27 00; 7 cars good mixed 25 Oil;
3 cars very choice timothy 2U27 00 all
COKN The stock is good, and prices
romain about as previously quoted. Tbo
demand Is generally butter for mixed than
white. We noto sales in bulk on track of
3 cara while 38c; 27 cars mixed 34c. 13
cars whito 37Jc; 4 cara whltn 37Jc. t-alet
in sacks delivered wore 850 sacks white
from store 47c; 600 sacks mixed from store
45c; 4 cars mixed on orders 46c, S cars
white on orders 47c.
OATS Prices aro stiff at quotations.
iioceipis are noerai anu me aomana ac
tive. Choico seed oats 'are held as high as
40c. Wn noto sales 2 cars iu bulk on
track mixed oats at 29c. Sales in sacks
delivered were 4 cars mixed 35c; 3 cars
mixed 34 Jo; 10 cars mixed 35; 11 cars
choico whito 89i0c; 1 car mixed 35q
600 sacks mixed on ordors 3CV; 4 cars do
on orders 36c and 200 sacks 35()3G.
CORN MEAL Stocks are large and
tho market is easier. Prices have a down
ward tendency. 2 cars steam dried, sold
early, 2 CO del; 2 cars dq on p. t; 200, 400
and 166 bbls k. d. sold at 2 65 del; 2 cars'
k. d. del 2 66; 2 cars do 2 60; 300 bbls s. d.
2 50 and 400 bbls "Evening Star" City
Mills a.d.2 60.
to 1 00; Mediterranean $1 80 to 1 Co
Damp or tough wheat is unsaleable,
PLASTERING H AtR.-36c V bushel
LIME. In lots SI 26 to 1 CO bbl
UKMKNT. At wholesale $2 25
t2)Z OU.1l OKI.
POTAIOhS-P.r bbl 3 00 to 3),
SACKS.- Kcsewed Gunnies 184(5)191
vuni uurinjif, zt uui. ca, io els. im
proved Gunnies. 24 llushel, 2r els. Oats
Uurlapo, 6 Bushel 28 cts. Cotton seam
les liaits, 36 lo 38 nts each.
I'ROVISIrNS.-Sugar Cured Harm
plain & lb. 10 to 17c
Clear Sides Bacon, 1212Jc
TEAS Imperial, 761 23; Gunpow
der, "Wai 2.i 5 Oolong B.aek, 7ol On.
iwuiii? uypoo, ooi 40.
UIIKKsE. New York Fi
factory, new, V ft
SYUUI'S Cliolee rattan. (1V.I no
New Urlfana, T00c ' r
UOFFKE Java, 28S0c. ; Laguayra, 28
2.1. Bio, Prime to Choice, E2J to 23Jr.
BROOMS. Common iloiixe "M dozen, $1
60: Choico to Extra. ftS (WiU 75: S. II. l Mi
fiUAl'. Sc!l:Lc:l'cr' fjcnnnn tnr.illr.l
7': ClmmimlL'ii niap, Tic.
ialluw, in 7C.
SU .AU-Collce A. l.Hu ; to 13c : Crmhph
Powdered and (Jrumilutcd .Sugar Mi to 15c:
i KltEKIHrCOrruN, CoinpreUu, ti
SKW 0liK. Kit'.! to HovroN l tin. itn
FBI) IT Oranges arc plenty and dull.
Tlioro is a fair demand for choice red ap
ples. Tho market is woll ruppliJ with
small apples', choice are n little scarce.
100 bbls choice largo red sold at 6 00; CO
bbls commi.n $3 to 3 26; 2 car loads do
2 00 to 3 75.
BUTTER Market overstocked and de
mand light. No demand at all f .r south
ern Illinois. 600 lbs choico roll sold at
36c; 3 pkgs ordinary roll 20c; 20 boxes
good roll 20c; 10 half bbls do 20o and 10
pkgs strictly rhoico 22 to 26c.
EGGS Dull and unchanged ; market
glutted. 10 pkgs and 200 doxen sold at
30c and 2 pkgs in damaged condition 16c.
POULTRY Market fully supplied and
unchanged. Thero Is some enquiry for
geese and ducks. 20 doxen dressed dutk
sold at 13 to 3 60. Geese are selling at
8 00 to 8 00 per dozen Hnd a few dressed
chickens aro sell at from 2 60 to 3 CO ;
600 lbs dressed turkeys sold at 12 to 14c,
DRESSED HOGS-Unchanged, 60 sold
for family use at 4 to 6c per pound,
GAME-Plenty and very dull. 100
il.'ien rabbits and quails sold at 7ic; 40
cnmiirr-Mcd. to New Voitu. si u in iim
MthlGHT TO MEMIMIIS.-Floiil, 85c ,
Hay, $3 00 rn M cwt.. i!0e. ; Oat, 20c.
jo. lill l.tnnf.c., w u. $; ou
Heavy freight cwt.,20c.
To Sf.W ul(t,EAN. Hour r bbl. COe. :
Potatoes HOcs Annies. C()c.! I'ork. uo.j
WUbky, sflo; Hay ton. 7 50: Coin
wt.,:!0c; Outs SOcj Tobacco VI bill,
"l 00! Cotton t bale. & I fiO I iiinl.nr
M. 10 00. Heavy frelirhl. 'tl cwl us
Call and see tho "Hello Treble" piano
at tho Conservatory St. Louis mnnufac-
ure. It is beautiful.
3t N. P. Cuiuice, Agent.
Steamer Jno Kinney, Memphis
" Charles Beilmuiin, Now Orleans
" . City of Cairn
" Gfasg iw, Hickman
" Bee, New Orleans
" lllinni", Coliimbu4
" Lawrence, Meniphls.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
" Glasgow, Hickman
" tinina C. Elliott, Memphis.
CONlilTION or THCRtVEKS.
The heaviest ico that has come out o
the Ohio this winter, passed by the harbor
Thursday night, but luckily doing no snrl
ous damage. Several barges lying below
fio coal yard were torn from their moor-
Ingsand taken down tbo river n few miles
Very heavy ice has been pairing out ol
the Mississippi for a few days. There was
but little ice going out of the Ohio at dark
last night, Miu it floated near tho Kentuc
Tho Illinois did not go to Columbus on
Thursday night on account of tbe ice. She
has been caught in a gorgo tlil-s winter and
wants no more ol it if alio can help it.
Tho Ohio nt tbis place, according to the
United States observer, was about on
stand last evening, whkh may bavo been
caused by tho formation of an Ico gorgo
above hnro, however, nono could bo heard
of. Bulow hero tbo channel is in a good
condition, with the exception of being free
of heavy, floating ico which damages the
wheuls of boats.
Special dispatches to This Bulletin re.
port thocondi.ion of the Mississippi and
Ohio rivers at various plxces.
nUNI.VXSS AMI WCATIIER.
Business was brisk nt hII die landings
yesterday. Tho weather was clear and
Tho ferryboat J. N. Clark, lying at
Greenfield's landing in Missouri, was cut
J I .. . M. .
uown oy tue ico on lliuisuay at ono
o'clock, blio was used as a ferry between
this city arid tbo above landing, and was
owned by J times B. GrecilHd.- Sbo wa
valuud at $J,u00, and insured in thu En-turpri-o
of Cincinnati for $2,500. It it
thought sho will prove a total loss.
Tho officers of tho transit packet
Illinois report seeing a skiff pass Colum
bus, Kentucky, on Thursday morning, and
in it was a body of a dead man, and from
all appcarance.1 It is supposed that he
frore to death. Tho Ice was running so
heavy at tho time that it would havo been
impossible to have caught the skiff.
Tho Bodmann from , Now Orleans
brought up tho lur.cU trip that has come
up the river for a long time. It consist-
of 1,190 hhd sugnr, 1,208 bbl molasses, 43
bbls, two kegs, 42 bbls rico and 60 tons of
sundrss. She put off here about 110 hhds
of sugar, and 100 bbls of molasses, and has
the balanco for tho Ohio river. When
she left Now Orleans she hud on bnurd
about 1,300 tons. ( A couple of her routturs
had tho smnll'pov and were sent to the
pest-house, after baving obtuined proper
The Emma C. Elliott left for Memphis
hst evening with a splendid trip,
The spars of tho Andy Johnson wcro
Wo could not hear of any serious dam
age being done in tbe harbor.
The Joo Kinney brought up 600 bales
of cotton for tho East.
Tho John Kyle has gone to Belmont to
Tho Bee had to leavo her tow at Bel
mont on account of the ice.
The ico that passed down so heavy
Thursday night, broke looso the model
barges Parker and Rubicon, and tho coal
bargo W. II II., and carried them down
to tho hend of Island No. 2, wliero they
stopped. The lug Cache was to go after
Tho Thompson Dean had throo largo
haulers parted, and had to keep a full
head of steam besides having out sixteen
Tim Thompson Dean cleared for New
Orloans yesterday drawing 8) feot, and
had 1,100 tons on board Including both
guard -full i'f stock. She has engage
ments at Memphis for 3,000 bales of cot
molasses, and bad a big trip of tha tma
truck for the Ohio river. Her and the
Bodmann wero detained here tome time
mending their wheels which were, badly
oroxen oy tbe Ica.
Cllx IfatlonnMtauk Ilulldlntr.
asa.Hpecial altentloo paid lo oritur trmn Mean
"In nieht ns.,,v
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND NKW OHLKAiNg.
The Fine mid Elegant Passenger Packet
Will Ir.lVo Inr
inn.' :it u o'clock
Ollenin .Salm-cl.'iv niv.
For Ireluht or ii:nsiiL'e
LINTON & blllt.
UAIRO AND PADUUAIJ
Ttie splendid t..nirisr
Dick Fowlkr, Captain
S"lr?vMA."'Yt (Sun.luycxcoptc.1). at
I p.m. J. or freight orim-aia- apply in Im:ii i.
an:?lf As. M.tI..,.(l.lV,A-t.
Notice U herd
.Notice H hereby giwnto all pcr.on, inter-r-ted
that tho city council ol th ,.tv r
Calm having ordered that slilvwulki be Von-
-iivitiiii un uiu loiiowing lialneil street.".
lt: on tin- n-tiTli ktii,, i,i- v.i
ciiuc In front ol lot- iiiiiiibuied eighteen (1S1.
nineteen (Mi. tueiitv i-m V,...:.....'''.
(21). in block iiiinibercii t vvt utv-toiir rJli on
,i . ea.tcriy side lioni thu nortlieily IIhh or
aid lot I Hi nliei-iiil pIl'IiIi.ihi mwi .,-,..f,,..,..i .
tho line Uxed by ordliia..:,. thi outer
o ige or Ihu sldewnll; i oiistiuctcd or to hu
con.tnii ted on the southerly side of Set clitli
street III said city.
,,u "onm-iiy Mile or Sixth street from
Vtutlilligtoil iijcnuo to .lelleon aveniio.
l Ml the liort herli- m . !
Washington avenue lo Walnut street, to con-
ivi.1 i.iiu mc riui:nniKS oil IIIO-C MreetS
On the went Mde or Coininctelal atentie
In trout or Iota numbered one (1), two (21.
tlirMi. fill Innr tl fl .. -. . . .
...... inu uuutu II, II (ICK
nunibeic. I twenty (201. '
On the noiitn sfde or Tenth street
from U ulnut street to Jefferson uwmic.
r"?.f,'c."orl11't'rl' U,. of Twelfth utrcet
Iroin thu turmlnu or the nrn..,,i .1.1.......11.
on said street, between W ulnut and Cedar
niict-fc- iu i.iiriisi Hircet,
On the southerly nl.lo or Thirteenth street
" """. tmi atuuuu 10 lUlilJlL'1011 aV
u'0".'!1.0.6"''1 '.",, of ""'brook avenue frnm
nuiiij-uiiru aireet to west Twcntv
" the south nldc of West Twcnty-fourth
niie ""'"rook utenue to Park nve-
Tliattbc following named sidewalks be re-
wuruiiiicii miu renewed, lo- wit: .
, Ou the sum side ol Mnetecntli street
..u... 1 uiiur cireet 10 (.omiiierclal uvellUe,
"' - norm bine 01 Twentieth street
from Ohio levee lo Walnut street
On tbo south able ol Twciitlethhtrcetfrom
Ohio letce to iihhlngtmi avenue.
On both hides or Poplar street from
Klghtcenth street to DUMdii Mreet.
On tbe south tide or Ulvisloii street and
mc nuitii sine oi centre street.
On the north side or Twcnty-lirth-street
rrom ahhington avenue to Walnut Mrcct :
and on thu south side or same street rrom
Vt alnut street to Ilolbrook avenue. And 011
the a mth sldoor Thlrty-rourtli ureot Irnni
Commercial avenue to Washing
toil avenue, Imvo applied to the
courty court of Alexan er county lor an as
sessment ol tlie co-t or wild liniiruivineliti
according to tho value or hald inopertv, and
1111 a-sestinviit thereof having beei ule and
entered t'i wild court, the tlual bearing
thereon will In. h 1,1 .. 11.., .1
SUllI COIIrt L'Ollllllelli-III" nn llw.
. ..... j , j0,, juitu hulls lie-
s rl igu.ay tl.cu and ihero appearand make
JOHN Q. HARMAN,
ilcluil nnd Prescription
Corner Washington Ave.
and Eighth struct.
Of cl.n.iiol. and rnhblt skin,
lor Weak lung.
At IJARCLAY UROJ.
I'Olt SORE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
lir HARCLAV HROS
And Disinfectant lor Stable
At I1ARCLAY BROS.
JOHN Q. H A R.MAN, .
JOHN ll.(JOS-)MN, Li
11. WATsOX WKIJU, J
17, A. D 1;3. 1.
And "Universal Standard."
At UARCLAY BROS.
II--... 1 1
UK A I. rjSTATE AEC.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
"4 (m-osn floor) oiiio lkvke,
Bur axd Ssu. Real Kutatz,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
An.t p.'e'Mri. rnntstivM n'Kinl.'
John Q. Ilantan. Chas. Thrtipp.
JOHN Q. IIAIIMAN & COv
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
.orlli or, Ot.i Kl.iiuil (sliloLevct.
"Pycblly. Real Kstato bought
1 ii.m's j'lini. eic
J. K. LUFKIN,
Wholesale nnd Retxll Orocer,
Has on hand nt all llmii Veiett'iles, Fruits
lluttcr and Ei, Lard,
Honky, Tropical Fruits, Etc., Etc
I3TAII goods Warranted Fresh, and sold
at small I'lollt.
N. U. l'arccts delivered to any part of tbe
city to Customer.
WK8T BlDtC COUUBRCIAL AVK, D1CTWKS.V
17th and I81I1 sruKKrfl.
'xif CAiuis. ii.i.i vn.
aen quail at 50o and 60 down rabbits at uw ,0, c" "nu H ""T
COuperdoten, 1 r"eng"' "c "
Itt VIJ1 UVItf Willi HV'M VIIW MMSIVi UU
. . .... l.ri.
by tbe City Millr, aro o. 1 White, 11 74 I The Cllv of Cairo out off about 100
no.z WHIM, 91 v; ilea 17 Utopia, i em hogsheads of tugar, and 400brreU of
THE NEW S"Z"3t:e2:m:.
OEOOKIIIKB BKTAILBD AT WUOLKBALI
I'KIOltB rOR CAHU.
AT H. O. TUIELEOKE'S STORE
IVAiHIWOTOK AVKNUK. BETWKKK TINTII
AND ELKVCNTU HTHKKTS.
0C tt. dry Cuba Sugar for - - - $5
9 .1 o ... I
(IJ lbs. A coffuo SuL'ar, N. Y. Std. - 1
1 11 Prime Rio Cotfeo for - - 1
Choice " " - - 1
8 ' Old Government Java - - 1
Teas and other staplo and fancy Groce
ries, equally as cheap.
Ooods uuw und full weight giyen. Call
NKW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROIST VAHIKTT STOCK IN TUK CITY
QOODSSOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Mlneleenlb afreet and Coin
And Dealer lo
VEaETAIII.ES, FRUITS. EOfIS, LARO
FRESH 11UTTER, ETC.
J3T All Goods warranted trosb, and told
the lowest prices.
Corner eth SU andCoDmarclalAT.
Comer Twentj-second street
Always on hand, and at the lowest marfce
. price. Also aKood article ol
a O "W FEED
mWn'i'i. iwcr at HAI.LIDAY
lIM-dll ' ora''l'l'at 11,0 ''i111'
No. lOt COIIMEIICIAL AVKNUK,
French, Scotch and American camdmcrcs
of all colors, and beater and b.-oad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up ln;tbo
And at tho loet price. A line tit and first
dim work Kuaranteed. SalMactlou iu ev
ly respect warranted.
ST. NICHOLAS j
HARRY WALKER Jc CO, Prop're.
This bouse is newly fitted up with two
And two floe
JENNY" LIND TABLES
with the Be
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIjNUC
Conimoroial-av., Foot of Elovcnth-Bt.
Bostqunlity of Limn nnd Cement nl
ways on bund, and for siito ut tho
verv lfvimt lltriiren for rush.
are compounded In tbe most approved style
JSTC'omo and se for yourself.
SCIIWEIIZER CHEESE AND UOL
REFRESHMENT ; TABLES
are spread morning and evening at ID
. 1 clock, at which all arc Imltid to partici
pate free of ciiargc.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS I
At wholes'ilo and retail, .Hewed, fried,
brnllcd Hint baked, raw and on the half-shell,
by the can, keif, box or barrel, at Harry
Walker's. .-t .Nicholas restaurant on Com
mercial avenue. Oysters In every sty.e at
all hour dayornlKht. Hany W ollcerpre
sl'lci over the culinary department. As a
caterer be bai 110 equal, und Hurry's cus
tomers can always be assured ol a warm
meal at any hour of the day or nlKht, that
will meet the requirements and pleaae the
taste of the most fastidious.
DR. B. 0. TARER,
Will rcsumo tbo practice ol bin profession
with especial reference to the i.l,.,.tri..
treatment ol diseases Iu all thu new and Im
proved methods of application.
in un cumin ui jciuato complaints a lady
will bo In attendance '
OUlec, lid Commercial avenue, up stairs.
Etabllshed, November 18, 187S
On the corner of 12th street a 4 Washington
avenue, opposlto llullcUu oiOco.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
IJKSIPBNOK-Nn. SI Thirleenili tret, be
IV (wren W wliiciKKHi avenue anl Wnlniil itrett.
llHoo i Umnineii I d Hftniir, ii, stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
aKrtltiKNCE-corn-r.Vinth nml Walnut ets.
tllti'-e euniui nixih .in.Hl .in. I in. in It...
oilier linurH-froii. i! n.m. in g ,e , hii.I a p.m
11. WAHDNElt, M. D.
I tESIDhNUK-Corner Mnetienih street and
l. JVa.IMfttt.n u-An.i. .... nAi.rl hnilftA. III.
tt'eover Ar er'miroi'eryt'iro, Oltlu Hours Irom'
19 a. m, to 1' id, aud .rem it te v, m.
Tuition lrom $2 to 20 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will be spared to make It
to all concerned.
N. P. CURTICE. Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
Teacher of AVltd and String In rumants
(See ctrouhr,) XMi tf