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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
T7. S. Sio. Suit, Obskiwer's Office,
Cairo, Jan. 17, 1873, 10. 1 1 p.m.
Barometer 30.39, and falling.
Wind north, velocity 7 miles per hour,
Maximum temperature, last 24 hour,
10:11 p.m., lClb, 17.
Minimum temperature, loit 24 hour,
7 un., 4s.
Prevailing wind, north.
Total Telocity of wind, kit 24 hour, 320
Thomas L. Watson, Observer.
Oik 0. 1). Kacm it nt the tit. Charles
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1873.
Shell oyttcr jmt from tho baj nt
Louis Ilobcrl't. lw
Coal has advanced nnd is now (oiling
at fo per ton. dolivorcd.
Oklt nine small-pox cuicj in tho pest
houio at present.
"Won nattlo aro selling cheap slnco the
migration of tho epizootic.
Nor a slnglo pnllco caso yesterday,
"What is tho matter with tho evil-doers?
II. Meter has recovered from his Into
illness, and Is again found nt his business
Fort puro apple-Jack,' direct from tho
mountains of Virginia, go to Louis Herbert's.
Choice whito clovor honoy at Matbuss
At Uhl's in seven and ten pound boxes.
For cheap furnituro go to fiehoen
meycr & Company's, who are soiling out
at cost. 1-18-lw
Died. In this city, Friday, January
17, Edna A., youngest child of Mr. und
Mrs. C. S. Delay, aged 3 months.
Tns nlarm of llro last evening was
occasioned by a chimney burning out In
tho upper end of tho city.
PnoF. Dextov expects to deliver a so
rics of lecture on Ocology and tho Origin
of Man soino timo next month.
Ir you want a bargain in homo furnish
ing goods,buyaf Schoenmoyer & Company,
corner of Tonth'stroot nnd Commercial
1'Ror. Taylor's entertainment nt tho
Athcneum is boing well patronized, nnd is
proving a sourco of considerable rovenuo
to that gentleman.
About 'J.OOO bales of cotton aro hero
waiting shipment East 700 bales for tho
National line, tho balanco for tho Erio it
Pacific Dispatch lino.
Dunhams Yeast Powder for purity
and strongth is unoqualed. All who us'o
it like it and recommend it to their neigh
"Wanted. Immediately. Ono hundred
good tie choppers on tho Cairo, Arkansas
and Texas railroad. Apply to II. J. Deal
contractor, or Adams Hughes, Charleston,
Quite a number of moneyless and
houseless people applied to Judge Rross
yestcrdoy for aid. Somo wero sent to St.
Mary's infirmary, porno wero sent to their
destination and a few refused.
Heavt ico was running out of tho Mis
sissippi river all day yesterday. New
made ico was also coming down the Ohio
rivor, but it had not reached Cairo" nt flvo
o'clock in the afternoon.
I wish to give notice 1 havo sold out my
entire interest in tho stock of toy, notions
and fancy goods at lorCommerclal avenuo
between Ninth and Tenth streets
Cairo, Illinois. J. C. Carson.
Arrived at the St. Charles hotel yes
terday, D. F. Schaffer, Farina, Illinois;
Rufus Lylc, Lexington, Kentucky; L,
Sbeppard, V. H.Fruser, Julius Maiberj
St. Louis; M. W. Johnston and 11. c!
Cray, Springfield ; E. L. Lecton, Chicago.
Under the new organization, the timo
or holding the olection for city officers Is
a good many weeks farther off than it
would havo beon If the olection last week
had ended differently. Asa consequenco,
candidates aro calm nnd collected, und do
not press their claims with very much persistence.
Census.takei: Arnold will commenco
taking tho census this morning and polite
)y inks tho public whom ho will call on
during tho next three or four weeks, not
to nsk bitn too many questions. Their
business is to nnswer quostlons hlf, to
aik thaiii. An obscrvanco of theso rule
would facilitate things immensely.
Mr. Dr.S.F. Gi.AHK,on Eighth streot
near Bristol it Stillwoll's, has a complete
library of homeopathic medical books nnd
instruments, and the fullest assortment of
hornoopHtblc remedies over brought to
Cairo, all of which she offers for sale nt
prices much below the original cost.
Proscriptions filled nt any time at the
most roasonablo rates. 1-llMm
IlENRr Hahenjaqer has openod a
family grocery storo on tho north sldo of
Eight itreet, between Commercial und
Washington avenues, opposite Hrlstol and
Htillwoll'. 11h;wIU Keep on hand ii selec
tion of new and fresh groceries. Henry
has a good many friends in this city, who
will no doubt cheerfully patronize und
encourage him in bin new enterprise.
Tbo locality Is a central ono nnd ho ought
to do well.
Prof. Taylor wus ugaiti tho recipient
)f a crowded houio last night. A large
lumber of ladies were present, nnd all
icornod to enjoy tho entertainment and
ere delighted with tbo professor's inuny
luzzllng tricks. As a mutter of fact, vo
an truly say that it is hard, even fur the
nost scrutinizing, to comprehend how he
ceiret them. At tbo conclusion, as per
.roiramm, many preterit war distri
buted. Tho drawing oi a live pig by
river man created n great deal of merri
ment, a ho carried it from tho stage
through tho hall. Everyone present won
away latlsllod. To-night, nn onllrochnngo
Grand MA.'grciiAiiE Hall
Wednesday Night, January 2fl,
To bo given by tho
GermAnln Dancing Association.
Tho managers of tho association under
itnnd how to makotho occasion n pleasant
ono for all who may wish to nllcml, nnd n
good timo for nil is insured. A cordial In
vitation is extended to tho public. Let
thero bo n full attendance, Tho prico of
admission In $1, nnd tickets can bo hnd nt
tho stores of Paul G.h'cluih, Under Hros.,
and J. Ilurgor. M0-lw.
Tiik city has Ineurrod nn expenso o
$3,112 77 for tho c.tro of small-pox pa
tients since tho first appearance of tho dis
ease, sometime lint winter. One hundred
and nlxty-ono patient, sixty of whom
died, hnvi) been truatod nt tho city's ex
pense. Nearly ono hundred of tho above
number wero non-resldcnti nnd over one
hundred wero colored persons. In the
sum total oi expense Is Included tho
amount paid to physicians for vaccinating
lie poor ol tho city. Tho nvernga cost of
taking enro of each patient has been ubout
f'-'O, n notoxlravni;antsuni,und nno which
it would bo dllllcult to rcduco much
Yesterday, n wcoltjigo, n raft contain
ing about two hundred saw lug. run so
closu to the hnro nt Caledonia that a man
named Martina Shane jumped on the rait
with tho intention of landing it somewhuro
clow nnd claim falvarje. ILj wns not
successful until hn reached Island No. D.
where hn mado the raft fast to tbo shoro,
and started home. On tho way thcro his
foot began lo swell, nnd wero four time
their natural tl.u when bo arrived. Tho
kin pulled oil" with his boots up to his
ankles. Wh lo tho unfortunate man wns
floating down the river, lying on tho raft,
soveral bu'its pned him, nnd tbo report ol
his death reached hu family boforo his re
turn, which occasioned sonio surprise.
Shano is now in it very suffering condition.
It is almost impossible tu estlmnto the
number of dyspcctlc in tho United States.
Tho intctiso business energy of tho Amer
ican people scarcely allowing themselves
timo to eat their meals, Is ono great causo
of this. Moro timo ought to bo pent over
tho dinner table, for, unless tho food is
thoroughly masticated, it cannot hu prop
oaly digested. Still, when' ono has nl
roady got into trouble, tho best thing U to
find n way out. lluchu has been found
exceedingly beneficial ir. such cases. In
Parker's Compound Fluid Extract lluchu
you can obtain u preparation containing
ull tho rare virtue of tho plant, togethor
with other ingredients tending to increase
its value. Try it, and you will not bo dis.
appointed. Sold by all druggists, everywhere.
No LoNoeit a Luxuuy. A few yours
alnco u spring bod was regarded ns n lux
ury, nnd only used by favored member
of tho family, Jones' bed springs nro fast
working a revolution In this respect. Tho
firm of Chas. Schoenmeyer it Co., corner
of Commercial nvenu-j nnd Tenth street,
received the agency for tho salo of Jones'
bed springs eomo six months ngo. Since
lliut timo this firm havo been selling mar
velous numbers of them to our cllizen9 at
prices which placo them within tho reach
of every family. They havo in everv in
stance been pronounced ns tho cheapest
und best bod to bo found anywhere. Ho-tot-keepers
nnd householders would do
well to furnish their beds with them, ns
their cost alono will bo sived during tho
first year. This firm has also on hand n
largo stock of sofas and lounges which
wero manufactured by their own workmen
with n view to durability, besides n large
lot of chain, bedsteads, wardrobes, bu
reaus, stand tables, children's chairs, and
in fact everything in tho lino of houso fur
nishing articles found in any house in tho
city ; all of which they otler to the public
at actual cost prico within tho next ten
day. Oivu them u call and losk for your
speculator to comoon tho market to-day
nnd prico nro woll iutainod. However
lie rr. t . ...
ou is tno outsldo figure Wo nolo
snles of 8 car cholco timothy '25 00; 1 ear
cnoico mixed 21 00; 2 cars do 2324 00; 3
mixed Si 00; 4 car prlmo mixed 23 00;
. uis jirnno iimotny ;4(i)Z4 ou; 2 car
cholco mlxod 232l 00; 2 cars prarla
is mi nnd 1 car strictly cholco timothy
-o w nil dhllvorcd.
UU Iho mnrkot is bare ol mixed
nnd nil otlior kind nro scarce. Tho stock
In store is very small. Itueelnu firrt inn
light to supply the demand. All on trnck
wne inien enrly this mornine. Nothing
at all was dono yoitorday on nccount of
wiornin. Nearly nil tho sales reported
woro iumIo to-day nnd comnrisu 33 nar
load nnd 1000 enck on tho levoo
4 enr whito 47c; 8 car do 17ff18c: 11 oar
mixeu 4oo nnd f onr nnd 1000 nek 4Ce
ncked nnd delivered. Sale in bulk on
tho track Woro 2 car whito 37lc uud 12
cars mixed u,c.
It TV? mi , - ...
vf.vjoinis mniiiot I vcrv nctlvu it
quotations. All that arrives find ready
salo. Orders nro nccumiilntltit. r.ip want nf
lock, hale lo-any woro 0 car in bulk-
on track 20c; 1 car mixed dol 30c nnd lo
car mlxnd del 35Jc.
COl.N MLAlj Tho market is modcr-
ntcly well supplied nnd demand good nt
piotallons. 10.,0 bbU und 3 car loads has
been disposed of slnco our Inst report ns
follows. 3 car k.d. del 2 50; 1C0 bbl
k d on ordor 2 00; 200 bbl d dol 2 fiO;
00 bbl do 2 f.0; 100 bbl k d 2 55; 100
hbls d del 2 50; -lOObbla "Evening Star"
CHy Mill d 'J CO and 600 bbl llechon
Caloric on p.t.
UKAN Unchanged, pnlc bv car load
acked and delivered nro inudout 'JlfuVJa 00
IJUTTKI5 Tho market continu vcrv
dull. Tho stock Is largo und 23o i un
outsldo figure. Thero was some enquiry
to-day for cholco soil 1 packed. 600 lb
roll common to cholco ut 1.1 to '.'Cc; 3001b
diou'o roll II3cj G pk s do 'J2 to 2 Ic nnd
10 pkgs do 18 to 20c.
KGGS Demnnd fair ut reduced pricos.
Wo nolo nles of COO do.on 25 to liSc nnd
10 pkgs shipper count 25c per dozen.
1'OUlntV Tho imirkut has Improved
nnd chicken are somewhat ocarco und in
good demand. 2 coop cholco llvo chick
ens sold nt 3 i!o; 3 boxo drosscd do 3 CO
and 120 dozes dres'cd at 3 2C3 CO.
GAME Tho present chango In tho
weather I moro favorablo and tho market
will improve. 100 dozon rabbit nnd
quails sold ut 7C1 00 pnr dozon and 1!0
dozen quail nnd tquirois 7Cc per dozen.
FlttJIT Wo nolo Bales of 300 lb
dried paachet, halve, 0c; 1!00 lbs dried
apple CCc and 125 bbls green apple
good to choice 3 to 5 CO por bbl.
DKKSSED IIOGS-Markot well ftip
pliod nnd demnnd only moderate. Dea
lur wero glad to close out tho stock nt
reduced rutes on nccount of tho warm
weather, the present chango is likely to
improvotho markit. Sales woro made
to-dny at -1 to 4c.
POTATOES Tho demand is good
wmi very lew in tlio market. Sale
made at 3 00 per bbl.
tlio towboat Mohawk burtcd, retordav
morning, whllo working the capstan. She
win havo a now one cast horo.
Tho Uoorgo C. Wolff wai towod op to
tho Whito warehouse, yesterday, whero
sho ha a largo quantity of freight for
Shroveport nnd way point, on Hod river.
and commoneed taking It on board and
will Icavo in n few day.
The Mck Longworth and Louitvillo
from Cincinnati, went south with all tho
frolght thoy could carry, and did not add
a packngo horo.
Tho Crescent City brought up throo
barge, two of thum aro loaded with rail
rond iron for tho Cairo and St. Loul rail
Tho Jim FIsk camo In witli a cabin full
of pastonger. Sho ran through sheet ico
nil tho way down, which formed in tho
river nil day yesterday.
Alio Indiana nad on uoard nt daru a
good trip, nnd Capt. Neal said ho would
Icavo with nil ho wanted,
Eight hundred nnd oighty-nino bale of
cotton wn discharged at tho railroad yes
torday by tlio Emma C. Elliott.
Tho Commonwealth Hiid Emllio La
llargo tako trip from Now Orloati to
Cant, Jim. Ulhb, tired of driftlnc about
in tho lonely channel of bachelorhood, has
taken In tow a neat llttlo craft in tho per
son of Mis Amanda M. Hnyncs, nnd 1
now gently sailing over tho tmooth soi of
matrimony. Tho happy couplo wero
plictd on tho 2d inst.
Conductor Lennox docs not llko rail
Tho Southwestern took down a drovo of
mules last night to the John Kyle, now
loading at Uelmont.
Tho Jtarbonrd bull rail of tho ferryboat
Cairo wn knocked down by tho Grand
Tower night before last.
Tho City of Chester left last night with
very good trip.
City National JlitnU UulMlnir.
MlSP'oi! Attention ant to onion from Monro
JONES SPRING HEI).
HE KLIN, WISCONSIN.,
SOLE MANUFACTURE RS
CHAS. .srilOENMEVElt A: CO.,
1-17-lw. Agetiti, Cairo.
GRANDEST SCHEME OK THE
l'LASTEUINO IIAIIt.:t5c bushel.
'A:V;:77, i." '0U ?1 26 to 1 m V- bbl.
'-' 00 -f bbl.
POTATOES Per bbl 3 on tn .11
OL'..li:-ltesewed 2J bmhel "iSc a
HUtLAlVS-S bll eom tljoz 15Jc; do 10
0Z,I,'.,,.,',l!.s,Uc't: --; b bi 2ie; 0 i.ut tap.
Thur-day Keulng, Jan. 10th, 1873.
Tho heavy rains of yesterday and day
before preventsd any kind of outside
business on tho lovee, but to-day trade
was very nctlvu in all departments and
transactions in all kind of grain and bay
was large, but in sornoca'es was restricted
for want of stock to fill order. Advices
from tho southorn market is very favorable
for oats corn and bay nnd price bore
havo stiffened up accordingly. No ad
vance in anything except it may lie
mlxod corn which owing tho demand
and it scarcity wa taken to-day nt figures
a shado higher than last weok. Tho utock
of dressed hog wa closed out d.ring tho
soft woathor at prices ranging from 3 J to
Tho market for poultry nnd eggs is bet
tor. Tho weather Is cold nnd it is freezing
very hard to-night. Itlvcr clcur to New
Orloan. freights havo declined to C0e per bbl
nnd 'Jjo pur hundred.
iQrCorrc'pondonts should bear In
mind that our quotation represent prices
for round lots from first lmndn, nnluss
otherwise stated, und that in filling nnn
order higher price muH bo puidjrg'j
ri.OUH Stock aro reduced. Tho do
mand is good nnd receipts light. Tim
market Is firm. Sales in tho goueral
market compriso 'J700 bbls. 200 spring
super I 7C; 50 various grades 0 00 to
10 00, 500 XXXX winter to nrrivo 7 00;
300 low super, winter, to nrrivo G 10; 100
bbl super 5 25; 1C0 bbls do 6 00; 300 bbls
cholco XXXX on p t; 600 bbls various
grades CJ to 0 75; an 200 bbU.Ulil. Trl
urnph 7 Oil.
HAY The disngroaablo weathur has
restricted transaction for n day or two
past, but to-day tho markot has been very
nqtlvo. Tho stock on thu track Is largo
but dlilcult to handle The favorablo
reports from New Orleans has induced
Piwn ?! 10. H'J tl,
Clear Sides llncon,
llreiikfiniriacnn, 1 1 fTTl 1 2c.
, l1--ysr'"rerl!1', 75 I oimposv
dcr, 7.VS1 -ri; Oolong Hack, 75a 1 00
loiins HyMiii. ?! oni 4n.
lOjjj1"'"' Nuw York I'a,jlorJi new, lb
v!i.1lV,SC,1.'.f-0n V S:,,lo" C5cl 05
New Orlean, llOc.
aM?,'','l!i,;T,,J,lva' "30c.; Laguayra, 23
Itlo, Prime to Olioice,'.'! to iTic.
IlliOOMft. CouniKin Iloum "rt dozen, 81
.W; Choice to Extra, ?5 00Q3 75 ; S. It. $J 50
IIEESWAX, y ft 30c
tu.r. seliae.'ler uermaii mettled;
ST. NICHOLAS j
HAKKY WALKER Prop'r.
Thin house in newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
7Jo; CliauiiialL'li Mjan, 7'c.
TALLOW. V ft 7c..
su..l(-(,.iree A. 131e ; lo 13Jc : Cru-heli
1 unuereii ami iiranii aied Sll-'ar 141 to 15c
Ki:i:i(iHT (joTTiiv i-n tr.rT.L'ri 1 . '
Nkw Yoiik, K. ; io Hovrox 1 o;. 'Un
eomprefbed, to Skw Yoick, 81 14; toltoa
MSKIGHT TO MEMPHIS.-yioui, 35c,
Hay, j j 00 - ( orn 'r cwt., ic. : Oat, 'JOc
!'U,tt'vi"t ? U,, y,,e:; r-:ei..3.V.-.; Vork,
ti). ; UUy, wo. ; Lumbei, il M. 7 00
Heavy irelgiu V cwt., 20tu. stw,
TO NEW OltLKANSKinur "rl bid. Mr. ;
Potatoes ,'iOc,; Aiiti eii, 6Dc. : Pork 75 -Whl.ky,
1 m; I!a -'-r ton. $0 Oft; Corn V
w . ..'..! Oat. i'.e.; Tolmeo -rf hhd.
i. 10 00. Heavy freight, -fl ;wt. 25 -j
with the best
are compounded lu the most approved style
EST Come and see for yourticir.jrj
Onr Home Advertisers.
SELLING OFF AT COST
Steamer Cresecnt City, New Orlcani,
" Nick Longwurth, Cincinnati
" Grand Totvir, Columbu
" Jim Pik, Jr, Paducah
" LouUville, Cincinnati
Steamer Nick Longworth, Now Orleans
" Grand Tower, HetIromor.t
.1 1... i.'i.i. 1 i . .1.. - ,
...... 1 1. 1., ,ir , jnuucnii
" Louisville. Now Orlonni I . V
" South. vestern, Columbu
" City of Chester, Memphis
OONUITION OK THU litVEM.
Tho Ohio continue falling nt this port
nnd is clear ol ico. Heavy ico commenced
passing out of tho Mis.ifnippi river yes
terday ami had tbo uppe.iranco of gorgo
us tho gorgo nt that placo moved some
dnjs ago, but stoppod uguin with prospects
of moving at any moment. Hunts out of
tho Ohio reported ico making all day yes
torday, nnd if tlio cold snap continue for
several day more Ico may bo expected
Special dlapatche to Tun Hullktin
roport tbo condition of tho Ohio and Mi,
fisilppl river ut vnrlous places.
IIUMNUStt AND WKATIIKK,
Itmlnoj continue quito brisk nt
tho landings. Largo drove of Mock of
nil kinds nrn now being daily shipped
from thl port fur tlio southern markets.
Tim weather was oxceniuoly cold uud
was freezing ull day. '
The Grand Tower withdrew from the
Columbu tradn yesterday, and the North
western took hor pluco and will romuln
until tho Illinois gotts off Island No. a.
Tho Grand Towor hu gono to tho bank.
Tho rlj wheel of tho nlggr engine on
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swandcr, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, denlrci. to dIpoe of her largo
UIIU UR'KUIll muck 01
Immediately. In order to faclllitate the tale
nl liergoods, Mr. Jackion has determined
10 oner tnu
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And invite the ladles of Cairn and ile'Vlv
toeallonlierlf they dcMro good barg-ius.
inc. uui'hftun g
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
TllO UlOhtof tllPin ll.nvllli' hi.i.n ci
the late fall M) leu, henco the ladlei nave a
raro opportunity to iiurclianc new and lin-h
lonaiiiu millinery at co-t price. The hlnek
cui .moi nam rlliljons tlowcru, lioMery,
ladle underwear, etc., etc. ll-30tf
n RIlithhtrHit, lelwenComraorcilnJ Wh
HK(ui) Atfliucai, Is Uallr reculvtoc
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATBST FALL AND WINTBIl HTVLK.
JleaHKB a lull line of
03O3Sr3i;r3Ea:i3 &c HATS
ITnnuneil and iinlruiuned, '
CKKNUU KLOWK1U. ltlliUONd, T1UMMINQH
of all klndt, I.noeH, etc, etc.
Mrs. MpOeo hao aUo a lurga iuortnient 0
Ponvy Article, mich a
ECK TL, COLLARS. UNflKKHLKKVKH,
Arvl kII other article uiuallr louud in a
FUIST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Jlr. JleGer. In addition to her rttoek of
en ZIT:1 Good, ha a fln.ono and
Mad 1 ",rtmeiit or Ctnelnnatl Cindom
ire aoir if00. ,1,la.ok IU"1 Color. These
h V ,"Vled" t0 l the flucu and be.t
nice i u . ii11 0 1 .n,a.k0 ani1 lu' t only
Place tu llj, Cty (1, mu ,htm M pic wtf
S 5 O O. O O O
$100,000 for only 810
Under tin. millinrlti nf &tn.ttnt .... ..i
Maich 111, IsTI, id,. Inntee aliuouiiee the
Hi rd Grand (1 lit i'diu'iti inr in.. i,......iit ...
thu Public Library ol Kentuekv. In 101111. nil
In the Public Library Hall at LouilHe,
TUESDAY, APRIL H, 187;!.
At till- concert tlm I.e. I imi.l....t (..I..., I
that can be procured from all parte or Hie
country will add pleasure to thu entertain
ment, and Tell Tliolicand Cash (lilt... aL'L're
gating a at total or Half a Million Dollar'
currency will bo ilMrlhutcd bv lot lo tlio
tlcket-bolilers, a lolloug:
LIST OK GIFTS :
One Grand Cab Gift
One Grand C'a-h Gilt
One Grand Cudi Gilt
OneOrand Cah (ilft
One Grand Cuidi Gilt
One Grand CiU Gilt
.1 k a-n (nn-oi ei.iHjo euell
M Cueli Gilt r
ISO fa-.li Gilt of
IlK) C:iMi Glltv ol'
Ca-h Gin- of
.V.h) c'ach Gilt-of
t eaeli. .
'-'iki each. .
Total, tl),W) Gift-, all Cah f.Vjo.tHKi
To pruHilc iiieanx rorlhlHmiiL'iilllcent con-
certOnn Hundred 1 hoii-aud Tleket onlv
will on Inued, a large portion o! u lilrli are
Whole tickets 310, halve and iuar
cr $2 M. Kletcil Whole llekeU fur Aim
() discount on lc than $lO0ordcr. .S'otli
Ing could be more appropriate lor present
that! ticket to till llaliiiirt or Wealth or
more likely to produce grander i-ati-factorv
rcult '1 he object or thl Tnlrd Gift Con
cert lithe eiilaemenlnnd endow incut ol
the Public Library ol Kentuekv, which by
the special act authorUIng the 'Concert for
It benellt, Ii to bu forcer Ireo to all cltiens
or every utate. This (.'nneert will be eon
ducted like the find and nccond hcre'olore
given, nnd lull particular o: the mode or
drawing the gift ai.d paying them and cw
erj'thlng neeeoary to a thorough under
standing of the scheme, from beginning to
cud, are now puhlUheu In the form or a clr
cular, which will lie. furnlihed free of cost to
any who apply. The entire management of
this undertaking has been committed by the
trilntec to Hon. Tho. K. Ilramlette, late
governor or Kentucky, to whom all commu
nication pertaining to the Girt Concert
Miould be uddrcMHl.
K.T. DUmtETT, Pret.
Y. S. I1ALOKMAN, Vlcc-PrrH.
.l.NO. .S. CAIN, See'y. Pub. Library orKy.
FARM EltS ic DROVERS, HANK, Treas.
'I lekct are now ready ror salo, ami all or
der for them, and application ror agencies,
circulars, information, etc., will meet with
prompt attention when addretscd to me a
THO."!. E. IHIAMLETTK, Louisville, Kv.
Agent Public Llbrarv, ly.
UEW E1TTEBPBISE I
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wtaoleaale nml Rrtnll Uroecr,
Ha on hand at all time Vegetables, Fruit
flutter and Eg;;, Lard.
Hos'zr, Tkoi-ifAi. Fkuitn, Etc., Etc
E"AH good Warranted Fresh, and sold
at small l'rollt.
N. II. Parcels delivered to uny part or tho
city to Customers.
WKST BIHK COMMKKCIAI. AVE., 1IKTWEKX
17th AM) lbth hi.tKr.T.-.
S-'iO-K CAIUO. II.M.VO.
THE NEW SYSTEM.
OK0CKKIK8 RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
1'KIC'KS rott CAB II.
AT II. C. THIELECKE'S STORE
TTAHUINUTOK AVEKUK, 1IKTWEEM
AKU KLEVEMTII aTKEETH.
- - 5
SC ?bs. ukt Cuba Sugar for
l a 11 .1 . . . 1
!b. A coffoo Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 " Prima Rio Coll'eo for - - 1 0C
8J " Choico " " - - 1 OC
3 Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Teas and othor staple and fancy Uroco
rios equally as choap.
Good now und full weight given. Call
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHQEMT YAKXKTY STOCK IN THE CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or Nineteenth utrtatassd Com
1TO. 74 OHIO LliVEJ
Retail nnd Prescription
Corner Washington Ae,
and Eighth street.
Of chamnli nnd rabbit kln,
lor weak luu.
At I1ARCLAY DUOS.
KOR SORE THROAT,
JiciirU and sold
Hv 11ARCLAY RROS
And Dliinfectant for .Stable.
At IIAROLAY HROS.
And "Unhcr-al Htandard."
At IIAROLAY EROS.
OA llib" ANb"lADUOAii
MAII, II OAT.
The f(,Ircili(l tmcr
Hick Fowlek, Cajitain
Leave Cairo DAILY, (.Sunday excepted), at
t p.m. For freight orpaai;eapilyoii bo.iro
or to Ja. -Mai.i.ohv, Ac't.
Jan ;itr h
Notice I hereby pento all pcron Intn
i-frtcd that the city conn ell 01 the cltv c
aim bavin ordered that Mdewalk be cor
Mrilcted 011 tlic lollowins named ctreet, tc
-MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLD I'OST OFFICE STAND.)
Corner .Sixth street and Commercial Av.
The liet lirthil. ni rt..m. l. .
I Llijuor, etc., alwayou lutnl.
j CT'Open day and nlht. JE3,
' SALOON AND READING ROOMS
wit: On thocatcrlyldoor Wahliii;toii a ,
onm; in rront ol lot numbered elahleeii (ISi ' -onjer th street and -,.,...,.
nineteen (111), twenty (i0), and twentv out Commercial A v. -LU
l-ii. in iiiiick muniiercd twentv-four (ill or.
a 1 easterly mho irom the norlhcrlv linn ol
iild lot numbered eighteen (1) produced, lo '
the line (ixed liy ordinance a the outer
eiltfu or thu Idewalk eou-trilt'ted or to ho '
constructed on the coiitherly ido or .ocnth 1
treet in ald city, I
On the northerly f.lde or Sixth idrect from I
v ahlnlon inenuc to .lellcr-on avenue ,
On the northerly lde or Cro .(reel Irom I
a-hlnton avenue to Walnut treet, to con.
nect with the idewalk on thoe streeti I
1111 tne wot ldn of (.,m..,or..i. 1 .................
in Iront or lot numbered one (7,. two Ii). ' ULIAKU SALOON ANI) UAH
PARKER & MONTAGUE
2TTh bet brand of Cigar, chole
Vi ine, Llijuori'.eU:., alway on baud tl
JOHN UATEM, FroprleUtr.
And Dealer la
VEGETAltLKS. FRUITS. EOOS, LARD
FRESH HOTTER, ETC.
"ST All Good warranted fresh, and bold
the lowest price.
Corner (Ith St. andCoiumerclalAvo.
II. M. I1ULEN,
MER0HA NDISE B R O K E R
three Ci), four (I), live (5) and hlx It), in block
number.'d twentv(iO). '
On the outfi fdo r Tenth trccl
from Walnut Mreet In .lr.l,.r.ni, ,.... ,11,.
On the northerly ldo or Twelfth Hreet ,
rriim the tcnnlniNor the JirrKMit hldewalk I 104 Coinmireial Attnun, CAIKO, ILLINOIS
on ald ureet, between Walnut and Cedar
Mreet" to LoetM Mrcet. llfslbmnd or Cllfo cii;rlu roei'vJ
r '"'!: .' 5' :r''!, 1 ' "'r" HILUARDKdoon AimUhed w.lh ,h. ..A,
.. ........ I ntlil rlifnrM nr lli.ni..i 1.....! '
Ull me east tic of liu irnnk nvi.nm. frr.m 1 -
1-1 1 weiiiy-uiini ureet to Wen TweliU- I
roilrth treet. !
On the outh sldo or Wo-t Twentv-fotirth
Ureet Irom llolbruok avenue to Park ave- 1
That the I'nlloulnir named tl tlewnlLu l.n r... '
constructed and renewed, to. wit :
On the Mutli lde of Nineteenth trcet
rro;n I'opl.u- Mreet to Commercial acnuc.
On the north ldo ol Twentieth street
from Ohio leveo to Walnut lrect
On tho outh side of Twentieth street from
Ohio levee to uhlnton avenue.
On both Ide, of Poplar street' from
hightceutli trcet to DltMon Mreet.
On thofouth Mile ol DIUMon Mreet and
on tlio north Mdu orOnlro ttreet
On tho north Mdc or Twenly-llfth Mreet
from u-hliifftoii avenuo to Walnut Mreet :
and on tlie ninth Mdu of saino Mreet from
alnut Mreetto llolhrookavenue. And 011
the Kouth hide or Thirty-fourth street Irom
Commercial aenuc to WaMilii".
ton avenue, havo applied to the
county court of Aloxan. er county lor an a
eKSinellt of tho cost of siM lm,,r,.i,
aeeordliiK to the value of kiIiI properly, ami
an assesMiicnt thereof haxlnj; been made and
entered to eourt. the Hind hearing
thereon will bo hud at tbo February term ol
aid court eoiiimeneliis on thu Suwuiteenth
davol lebruary.A. I)., 1S7II. Allpo:oi,
rlii' may then and there appear ami make
JOHN O. IIAR.M AN, )
JOHN Ii. OOjJhM AN, Coni'r,.
II. WAT.SON WE1I1I, J
17, A. I)., l(j;:j. .!,,,,
(Open Day aud Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 1th and th utreet,
-MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A Dno new Dlniu- Hall with evory con
ven enee iih heen added to thl popular
Rental rant, and tho KucM will Una even
requisite lor tlielraccomodaUon. '
THE HILL OF FARE
Ihotiea'on CVCry su,"'tanlla, aU(, delicacy of
FOR LADIES, MEN ANT) CHILDREN,
Eighth St., I!t. Com. & Wash.,
Ifas Jint opened a new and MylMi eMail
I.Munent, mflytipto the time, and invites,
o d cuMomcr and new, ladles, 'children and
all, to ravor him with their patronaKO.
a-ni n worn onnn in tlio Latest Style
iHkiipplled with the
CHOICEST L1QU0RS.WINES & CIGARS
C3Tillxcd drink prepared with care,
CAIRO CITY COAL
I prepsred tu supplv cuatomar with th
LINHGAR, MUNN& POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S ULOCK,
I'ttrchaHlng lor Merchant a kpcclallty.
Ottlce! 110 Ohio Levee, CAUtO, ILLS.
Rtfereacoi, Cairo Meruhanti.
GREEN &. GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William n.(liin, 1
W1ll1.mil (lllbert, .
WSpcom. atttotion ulieo to Admlitltr oJ
ovviok onto lktbTbooms T anb 8 ovkb
C1TT MATIOKAI, BAJTK.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS Ion nt Ilalllday llros. olllce, 7
01110 lrvkk, or at tho Coal Yard below the
St, Charle Hotel, will rccclvo prompt atten
tion. The Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
al'inipdde to Btcamer at any hour.
PARKER & RLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Patty, Banalne, Uaaoltsse
And the oelbratd lllumlnttlnx
BnOBS' loildin? cop IItu n, com .