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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1373
CAIRQ BULLETIN.
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LOCAL Tt EATIIER ltKPORT.
U. 8. 0io. SEn., onsnnvKn's omen.
' Quito, Jan. 31, 1873, 10:11 p.m.
lltvrometer 30.21, nd rlslng.Mow .
Temperature 33 degrees.
Wind calm, Telocity 0 mllet per hour.
Weather, dear.
Maximum temperature hat 21 hour,
3 p. m., 45 degree.
Minimum temperature, last 24 liourj,
0 a. lu., 17 degrees.
Travailing: wind last 21 hours, southcait.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
24 lioun, 7.
Thomas I.. Watso.v, Obse rver.
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St. Valentlne'i dayapproaclies.
Tlio weather was almost mild yesterday.
Lakg stoek of dry goods at C. IInnny'..
The steamsr Illinois has resumed her re
gular trips.
Mr. E. Cuhl, a merchant: of Dongola, was
in town yesterday luylng In a new stock or
goods for his house.
LAItOC stoct of brown domestics at C.
llanny's.
Capt. Sam Morrison is in this city
waiting an opportunity to ship a tine lot of
horses to the Southern markets.
The masquerade of the "Qui Vive Cote
rie" ot the Htb of this month, 1 looked for
ward to as ono of the events of the season.
J1 it or. stock of cuitalns and danmk's at
C. Danny's.
DIED.
At the residence of Mrs. Rosanua .Smith,
corner of Thirty-fourth street mid Ohio
levee, of typhoid pneumonia, Francis A.
West, ion of ltobcrt mid Allen West, aged
tweuty years.
ANOTHER C U A N OK.
The Juvenile chorus concert ndveitUed in
yesterday's Uuu.ktin to take place nt the
Alhencum next Wednesday cTenliur, lias
been postponed ono day, and will cono
mcnlly come off on the following night
Hcnicmbcr, on Thursday night, Fcbtuary 0
I, Alton stock of raipctlng and nil cloth at
0. nanny'.
FUNERAL NOTICE
The funeral services of Kraticls A.Weft
will take placo at the St. Patrick's church,
corner of Ninth street and Washington ave
nue, at half-past twelve to-day, Saturday.
A special train will leave the foot nl Eighth
street nt half-past one p. in. Friend of the
family arc luvltcd to attend.
POSTPONED.
Prof. OTrtlce lias postponed his concerts,
advertised for next Friday and Saturday
nights, to February "and 8. Tlio llrst wlllbe
n concert of miscellaneous music. Mrs.
Lindcn, Mr. Motris and others will ting on
Friday night.
IIaniisomi: line of Cashmeres at C.
ny's.
1 1 an-
Halt! Mjisour.runEits ! Masquerade
costumes, and fnlso facc-masks-lor sale or
hire during the sea'on at .Tohn Schccl's
1,M1. m JaniVlm
Louis Mathews, Esq., of St. I.oul. tor
mcrly of this city, came In on the morning
train yesterday and left In the afternoon.
Mr. Mathews has a host of friends In Cairo,
all of svhotn were pleased to meet hllii.
Capt.T. L. Davidson, brother of Commo
dore Davidson of the White Collar Line, Is
in the city. The captain walks the roof of
the steamer North western. He leaves to
day for St. Louis on business for tho com
pany. Lost. On Wednesday, January S3, It
tween the ortice ot Dr. Austin and Twenty
eighth street, Washington avenue, a lady's
gold bracelet with small gold chain attached,
The Under will be suitably rewarded by
leaving the same at this ofllec. 2-l-3t.
Large ttock of wool
price at C. llanny's.
bluukcts nt down
Stjiayed on Stolen. About the 25th
lust., a dark red cow, 4 years old, thin in
tlcihDurham cros,wlth straight sharp horns.
Any person giving Information that will
lead to hor recovery will be rewarded by
leaving word at Taic Bullutin otUcc.
The pianos used by Paulino Lucca, Olo
null, and Anton Ilubcnstclu, uro all ot
Kuabc's the gold medal vlauo. They must
surely be tho beet, ami no take pleasure in
ating that L'. fc W. Under arc agents lor
the above named pianos in Southern Illi
nois. 1-31-Ut.
CA(IEI).
On Thurduy last, a man giving hi name
os I). II. Horner, called on the linn of ICny
kendall ,t Pearson, merchants at Illooinlng
ton. Illinois ; he presented a draft for fclOO
,qu a house In Philadelphia, and succeeded
In getting it cashed. It focu transpired that
the pnper was it forgery. Tho tlrm Immedi
ately put the case m the bauds ot City Mar
shall Hull, who found that Horner had taken
the train tor Cairo. Martha! Hull mounted
thj next train and when he arrived here he
procured the services of Mr. Jo. Ariold.
Together they went uboaid the Illinois and
found their man, Jttt in time to get ruhore
before the boat let go her line. Mr. Hull
returned on this morning's train, and took
Horner with him. Horner was nt onetime
contincd In the Monmouth Jail for burglary,
and Is considered a very dangerous charac
terby the business men of that community.
CIRCUIT COUIIT.
nriti dav second wkkk.
Tho jury nftcrbIng out all night returned
a verdict yesterday morning, of not guilty
in the Shulllebergerjcasc. No one was par
ticularly surprised ut the verdict, from the
fact that the evidence In behalf 61 tho peo
plo was rather of a flimsy nature. Of course
Shuillebergcr and his lrlends wore greatly
elated ut the result of the trial.
There were a lew civil cases disposed ot In
the forenoon.
Tho afternoon was entirely consumed in
trying Jones and Kinney. They were tried
by a jury, and lata In the evening a verdict
of not guilty was rendered and they were
turned loose. Jones ard Kinney aro the
two young men who hired a horse and bug
gy from our friend Powers somo three
months ago for the avowed purposo of going
to Caledonia, hut were arrested by Sheriff
Irvin near Unity, on susplclou that they
Were trying to get away with tho property.
They represented themselves as sewing in
chlue agents.
punched In her hull by the Ice, and lost live
hours repairing It In the Kentucky bend.
W could not learn whether or not any of
her cargo was damaged.
T.ic Illinois resumed her trips lo Colum
bus yesterday. She reported tho Ice In the
-Mississippi very heavy and plenty ol It
llontlng out.
The sunken barge No. 35, remains In about
tho sauio condition. Tho deck freight was
bclugt removed yesterday prcparatoty to
building a bulk head, and when that is dime
tho Crescent City It Is tuought can ralso her
with her pump.",
Steve Cochran, nn old and well-known
clerk, died lust Sunday of consumption at
St. Louis. Several years ago ho wai cm
plojcd on line of our wharf boats mid
during his May hrt made many warm friends,
each of whom will bn sorry to leanithat
"poor Stevu" Is no more.
The guards of the steamer Rapldan gave
way while she was on her way down the
river and about fifty inllc below Alexan
dria on the '.'JdliHt., and fA hundred bales
of cotton were thereby precipitated Into the
river. 'I lie cotton was saved and left on the
haul; in charge or a watchman.
FIITJi. HOWARD.
STEAMBOAT RUTCS 1 1 IS R ,
Ctlr National Ilatik iitilltltnj;.
oiug"oiil Mtsntion paid to order, from iImt
bast nichlordnv
-MARKET REPORT.
llAh'DiOMK line of druss gooOs nt C.
ny's.
Han
We Invite the attention of our readers,
and tho public generally, to tho advertise
ment lu another column, ol tho Dclmoulco
hotel. The Dclmoulco is a tint-class house,
and Mr. Fuy, who is a genial gentleman and
a clever landlord, not only knows how, but
makes his guetts comtortablr and happy
while in his hotel.
CAI110 TO THE FllO.NT.
A HIG EM'EltPItlSE FAIltl.Y ON THE
WAV.
We arc pained to announce tho death of
Mrs. Smith, wile of Mr. Joseph Smith of tbl.
city. Sho died on, yesterday morning ol
quick consumption. In her decease her
busbaud sutlers the lots ot u good wife, and
Iiit children tho lots of uu nlTcctionatu
mother. The family, in their bereavement,
have the sympathy ot ho o'mmunlly.
Large stock of bleached muslin and sheet
lugs at 0. Uunuy's.
A celebrated lawyer of the last century
ouco very wittily uud pointedly remarked
that "courts of Uvv and courts of justice
were very UiUcrent." At any rate, it has
been judiciously decided by the highest
courts of the country that the general gov ern
mei.t has no power to carry on a system ol
intertill improvements, that power being
recognized only in Parker's Coinpovud
Fluid Extract Uuchu. Forsalc by druggists
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lains at 0. Uuuny's.
and figured de-
On last Tuesday Occ. Hurnsidc was be
Tore the house committee on commerce to
urgo l'tvorublc congressional legislation lor
tho passage of a bill allowing railroad cum
panics in which lie is mterrested to con
struct a tunnel under the Mississippi uud
Ohio rivers ut their Junction. Ueii. Kuril-
side repieseuled thut the necessary capital
was secured, and with proper legislation
the work would be begun ut once. (Ju
Thursday a bill was Intro
duced lu the senate by Mr. Anthony, Incor
porating lue jiississippt aim unio Tunnel
and Tuuo company, with a capital of ten
millions of dollars, to construct tunnels un
der t.iu Mississippi and Ohio rivers ut their
junction, to be used lor connecting railways
centreing near tlilspolut. Among tho Ineor
porators named uru '1 human A. Scott, John
N. McCollough of Peunsylyunla, J. Pierre-
pout Morgan, M. S. Kutecraus, II. O. Mar
nuuud of New ioru, A. E. Euruslde ol
Hhode Island, Wm. H. Curtlu and V. I'
Coulbaugh of Illinois. The passage of the
bill is legarded as u ceitaiuty, uud thil
Cairo will take another long stride in her
path to greatness us u commercial centre
RIVER NEWS.
The managers of the Cairo Casino Mas
querade, take this method of Informing the
public that they have uiado arrangements
with John Hull, (not Ole Hull), to lead the
orchestra on the occasion of their ball, on tho
night of the 17th of February next. Thoso
desirous of participating in this grand mas
querade, should at once apply for their tick
et, to the managers, II. Moycrs, L. Herbert
and Peter Nelf. 1-30-Ct.
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles yes
terday were II. J. Hennctt, Evansvillcj N.J
Elllthorpc, Chicago; I). C. Doebc, Oliver
Matthews, MaJ. A. Hlum, Ixmls Matthews
ami Capt. ltea, St. Louis; D. H. Homar,
Philadelphia; Samuel Clarke, low;; Ja.
Martin and lady, Texas; J. V. Mct'ay and
lady, Helena; John Pldgcon, Kentucky; C.
Jackson, New York; P. Anderson, Cotton
wood, Utah; E. 11. McOuIre, Sparta; E. M.
Dudley, Omaha; Jos. Nash, Memphis; II. J.
White and A. It. Fountlcroy, C. &V. railroad.
goods at Kici.
Handsome line of dress
nt C. llanny's.
A Mutual Aii'.urt. Jos. and Eliza Sut
ter re man and wife, or as the marriage
ceremony has it, "bono of our bone and
flesh ol our flesh." They live on Poplar
street, and II It were not for some little con
fllctlng circumstances, possibly they might
live as happy as any other couple. These
conflicting circumstances are briefly stated
as a too free indulgence in bad whlskev
Whenever they indulge to excess, which Is
often, they are not at peaceful as a married
couple ought to be. In fact they are bo.
terou and blUlgerent and kick up n lively
row much to tho disgust of the neighbor
hood. This wm the case the dsy before
-...jrdar. when they had about ten
too much. They pitched Into one another
lively. lLlzscricucuanuuifl-ured Joe'a
.o. Joo choktd her ,and made icveml
lashes other with knife Intending, aa it
aid to make mince meat or her. Eliza
hid Joe arrested and Judge Hross lined
him liO 60. which atnouut he said he would
pay out oftm joint luua
ARUIVKD.
Steamer Illinois. Columbus.
DKIMHTID.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both day
and night with cither Lump or Chestnut
Coal, in any quantity an I on usual term'
at the yard at Oram! Tower, Illinois. Spc
clal contracts offered on favorable terms,
upon application.
H. V. Olymiani, lien. Sujit.
D.O. Hokee, Sales Agent.
condition or TIIK ItlVKItS.
Tho fall of tho Ohio at this place Is In
creasing. The ice Is still a source ot iinno)
ance and that which passed by ycslerday
was thick, soggy and tough a bees-wax, and
our harbor tugs had considerable dllllculty
forcing their way through It. The Ohio lias
not been entirely clear of lea at this point
for tho past two months. Tho Mississippi
remains full of heavy Ico and still falling at
this cud. Navigation remains virtually fus
pended.
Special dispatches to the IlL'Lt.ETiN" report
ho condition of the Ohio and Mississippi
rivers at various places.
liUIISKSH A.SD WEATHER.
The wharf boats arc filled with touthcrn
bound freight and tonnugo is badly needed.
The harbor was qulot ami no boats wero at
the landing. Yesterday was a splendid
spring-like day with n bright sun, ull day, and
the uiuiosphero was certainly delightful.
MISCELLANEOUS.
It was rtported jestcrday that tho tow
boat Grand Lake with her tow had been run
ugaiust at the head of Island No, 2 by tho Ice
audpatt of her barges wero sunk, but by
tho arrival of tlio Illinois yesterday wo
learned that she met the Grand Lake abovo
Columbus and fiom the eppoarauces of her
tow It is thought by the ollicers ol the 1111
uois that she had lost no barges, uud us they
patted, her tlicjcaptaln said everything was
all right. It may be that sho wus sXovi il
agulint the Isluud and her tow was dibui
rauged,
The Mury E. Forsyth, while crossing the
river day before yesterday, had u small hole
Thursday Evenlnsr. J.in. :10th, I.:J.
Tho Activity displayed in the markets
of but wk still continues, with an in
croaked speculative demand in -liny for
tho New Orleans murljet nml n cons
queiit upward tend'tiey in pri fs. Tho
market for corn and oats is firm without
matorial chimoln prices but woro held n
shade higher tu-Jay without buyots nt tho
aJvanca asked. Kecipts nru mere liberal
tho Illinois Central hiving yn'terJay
countermanded tlieir nbj.-iHioiriblo "ele
vator" order, and by to-morrow or next I
dny liberal suppl'.es to meet all demands
In grain, lny, flcur, und moal may bo
looked for. At present orders nro accu
mulating for wuntot shipping facilities.
Tho heavy ice coming out of tlio Ohio
having temporarily suspended navigation.
No boats liavo lyrrivod or departed f ora
this port for tho last two or thrco days, or
during tho continucnce of tlio last "cold
snap." Tho weather modonUcd to-duy
and it is behoved tho ico to-morrow will
present no obstruction to navigation bs
low C.iiro. Freights aro a shado higher,
boats charging '20 nnd -10c to Memphis
and 3000 to Now Orleans.
CSyCorrospondonts should boar in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hand?, unless
otherwise stated, and that in tilling sniiill
orders hihor prices must ba puid jfJJtf
FLOUR Stocks of nil grades nro very
light, and insufUcient to moot the demand.
Prices nro firm. Transactions aro limited
for wnnt of supplies and lack of shipping
facilities. Receipts will bo moro liberal
afior to-morrow. Sales compriso COO bbls
various nrados S5 75 to 9 75 and UOO bbls
various grades on orders 55 iO to 10.
II AT Market firm with nn upward
tendancy. Tho demand would bo lnr,
if shipmentscould bo roadily mado to New
UrJeans. rules comprise - cars cnnic
mixed on orders del S2C; 2 cars choico
timothy del $20; 3 cars do 520; 3 curs do
doi'.'S: 2 curs uood mixed ilcl Sili 3 cars
mixed del $23 nnd 3 cars red top $'J!f3;2
del.
CORN Receipts nro rnoro libornl and
a number of curs wore sold on tho track
to-day. The supply on tho leveo is small
but there is u good stuck in tho elevators.
HULK Ol 1RN Sales wero 1 car whito
in '.'levator 80e; 1 car white on truck 38c;
22 curs mixed on truck 3Se; 13 cars whito
on track 3i)(jT;.40c; .1 curs white on truck
30c; 2 curs mixed on truck 30i- nnd 1 cur
nixed in elevator 03c.
CORN IN SACKS Sales were, 2 cars
whito 4'J50e, and C curs mixed 4C17c.
OATS Market linn. Tho demnhd ex
ceeds tho supply. Holders wero asking
nn ndvunco to-day but no sales wero muilo
ubove previous quotations. 1 car white
sold in sacks del at -I2e; 2 cars choico
mixed do aaQlOe; I car mixed Galena in
bulk on truck uZc; & cars white in bulk on
trnck 31c; 16 curs mixed in bulk on truck
32u and 2 cars mixed in sucks delivered
told nt 39c.
WHEAT Demand fair and receipts
-snmll. Sales wero made to-duy of spring
wheat nt$l 801 33 and No. 2 Rod at
1 70. No. 1 Red is worth 1 85; No.
pralrio chickens $!! CO nnd venison
ntlMtb VISIONS Fair demand for In
con with small slocks. 2000 lbs clear sides
sold nt 8c In bulk; COO pounds plain hams
inbuilt 11c nnd COO pounds shoulder Co.
I.irJ in tierces sold at 7c.
jo ii ii in a riaur.s.
PLASTERING HAIR. 35c 1 bushol.
LIME. In lots f l 25 to 1 CO V bbl
CEMENT. At wholcsnlo $2
2 CO bbl.
COAL OlIj-2Snlc
POTA'IOI'.S Per bbl 3 (lO lo 3.
(U'NNIES-Kcscwcd 2J bushels IUc
bli'hi'l 'JOc.
HI HEAP-' 25 bin com OJo. l.K'i do 10
oz Ifle; 4 bus (i t. 'JOc: ft lin" 'Jle; I) bu 22c.
PROVISION'S. Sugar Cured Hums
plain lb' 1 Hi to lie.
Clear ."Ides llacon, 810c
llreukf-ullhcnn. tl(7j,l2u.
TEAS-Imperlal, 7."'(;.t 23; (lunpow
dor, 7.v;U 25; Oolong lUek, T.'fel W
Ymiiiir Hyson, f 1 00(31 ). , .
ClIEEsE. New Yolk Factory, new, fl A
lf!t UFIV-Cliolec " gallon, C5c&J W
New Orlean, OVijTOe.
COFI'Ef-hiva, aVafl'ie. ; I.aguayru, 21
25. Itlo, Prime to Choice, 21 to 25c.
HHOOMS. Common I loilu f' dozen, ;1
r.0; Choice to Extra. iS Wa'i ' S. H. Jl f.O
G- oo.
HEESWAX,1rb.".0f.
SOAP. SchaeUcr i German mettled;
7S: Champalmi soap, 7je.
TALLOW. f to 7c.
Sl'tJAH Coll'ee A. Kr, ; to 13Je : Cru-hed
Powdered and Granulated Sugar U o 15e;
FREKillT. CO'ITON, Compressed, to
Ni;w YolilC, S3e. ; to Hoston 1 W. Un
compressed, to Ni:w Yum:, $1 II; tollos
ton. $1.
FKEIOHT TO ME.MPIHS.-Vh.tn.4ne,
Hay, Sil txi l orn "fi cwt.,2ne. ; Oats. 20e.
Potatoes lbl.f toe; Arr'es.40-;. ; Pock,
10.; U'hlkj,llt!.; I.tirnl.ci. 'a! M. 1 7 Oo;
Heavv I'relgm J cut..20i
TO NEW OI!i.EAN. l lnir 'fl bbl, COc. ;
Potatoes (Me.; Apple", Civ. : Pork, 75.;
Whisky, $1 Mi Hay ) ton, ?i7 5); Com V
wt.. ikle. ; Oat, Ulc.; Tobacco i hhd.
ftCi-); Cotton V bure,"?l M; I.unibur V'.
M. lo 00. Heavy freight, V wl CO
Onr Homo Advcrtisora.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
!lnrlrsl Slurcli l, ISd'J.
OPFICK OK
01TY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
on ici:na :
A. 1!. SAFI-'oltl). President:
f. B. TAYLOR. Vlci-Pre.-ldciit;
. H. HYSI.OP, SeeieAary und Tiuusiinr
K. lt.HTucari.tiii,
U. 11, UVSMNUIIA'!,
J. H. I'uittir,
SopiKitinol nc.T Amount; ltt r.lv ntlriMn
Tim uW t ;nitri;.
NTKHV.H 1' iM on il.'poiits l til tsi ot Ml
JL poroint. yaraunilin, Marih lutan.l r-dpU'li- '
ir isi. inicroi noi iTiiiiuriMn ii r.i.ufi .t.u. - '
llatp r to II criuciiHil of tlie donoiui. II. i rubi ,
it I i u llism iH)inHiunJ tnurol.
StAKKlKII WOS1 EN AK1 OIIILlrtl.N MAT
fiKtWlT HOMKV I
tO TIHT Nil UN tffl.lt CO DlltW If,
llpf n escrr Llislovnt Uat Iriim 'J t.m. lo .1 l-.m
nntl HftlUMi. -aiti,' luf IUVIMi IJhl'O.sll
out), fium 6 lo w o'clock. .
NBWADVBttTISRMKSTS.
AJJl'StnillN Tt.
ATJIENKUM.
.U'VHXIliE CIIOHUS CONCKKT
Til i itsDAV, Fi:imt;Aitv (1, 1S715.
POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY.
rTThis entertainment l to beslveuby
tlie pupil ol tlie uraiimnr M'liooi. inr iis
purposo ol tclimiWiIiiK their departmpnt.
i.ei ii c neon e ni uairo. ic'in'cnui) iiiov
intercsteil ill the School.) eiicour.iL'e their
praiewonny euori.
TICIIKTS .2.-)CCIII
Roscrved scats 25 cents extra.
For .ile at Hnnnon'i store and Harclay
Uro-'., on the levee.
TWO
GRAND CONCERTS
Will be given at the
ATEENBUM
-ON-
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
I'cbrutiry 7ml H, lH7tl.
UY THE
MUSICAL TALENT OT THIS CITY,
Under the direction of
lMlOF. 2f. r. cuktici:.
The llrst evening
concert, voiisttliMj
will
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bo n miscellaneous
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Pittd etm ii.
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ltUii.uf,i.s don.
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
'A i :t.
UAMKI, lillKl), fr-l.l'nli
KOIiEltr. MIL. .'i t. .'m.rri4 lj.st
C. llUOHh, Cnnlfr.
CU1.LEOT10NS PUOM1TLY M.lOK.
EXCIlANiin, coin. Imok col r.cj
HutrH nMsurltlrn louiht unit Hold.
lntrml AltnwtMl nnT'nif l)ii
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Whito 1 5; No. 3 whito 1 85 nnd Med
iterranean 1 CO to 1 70,
CORN MEAL Rccoipts aro becoming
moro libornl. Tho demand is good ut quo
tations. SOU bbls S. I), sold ut 2 55 del;
Ccnrs K.I. 1! 00 del and 500 bbls K. D.
del 2 05. Sales by tho City Mills wero
SOO bbls ''Evening Slnr".S. 1). - M'-' tlO,
nnd 500 bbls "St. Churh's'- S. 1). - 5:
t! 00.
HliAN (luiet and unchanged, tolling
at 110 00'J1 00 del.
RL'TTER Mutkct fully supplied and
demand only moderate AVo noUs sales of
5 pkgs roirJ0(jJ,J3;c 10 plcgn nnd i!0U0 lbs
roll 20o; 000 lbs roll 20 to 20c; f00 lbs do
20(,i22o und i!00 lbs choico solid packed
l!5c!
EOGS Market bare; nono oxecpta fow
in tho hands of retail dciileri. Sales wero
350 dozen ill)?, and -lOOdcrjn U5c nil ship
pcrs count.
POULTRY All kinds of dressed poub
try are in demand and will continiio so
until tho weather changes. Llvo poultry
at present is not much called for. SOO lbs
dressed turkeys rnld utile and 000 lb
choico uo at luc; lu uuzen ure'jea eeso
(small) at-I 00; per dozen; 50 dozen droned
chickons at 3 50 to l 00; 'JO dozen dressed
ducks 3 50l 00 and 0 boxos dressed
chickens 3 60 per dozen; 'J cooih l.vo
chickens sold at 3 05 per dozon.
PORIC Uncluiugcd, Dreticd hogs nro
hold a shado higher. Sales rnngo accord
injr tosizo nnd condition from -I J to 5Jc;
mess pork is held nt 12 75 and qulo',.
APPLES 100 bbls sold nt 53 to 5
Market quiet. Dried apples and dried
peaches aru hold ut ! to Of.
POTATOES AVenther too cold to
handle; 1 car P. R. sold nt 3 per bbli.
GAME Scarco and wanted. Rabbits
old to-duy at 1 &0; quails nt $1 L'5;
OriHtATic, Sentimental and Comic
MUSIC.
The sccoudovcnliia
beautllul
will be rendered tho
O AUT AT A
or ni'Tii
IN FULL COSTUME.
Two very attractive programmes' whirls
cannot tall'to please thn public. Let home
talent and industry bo appreciated by a
crowded hou'u ou each nlfht.
Tickets M cents.
Reserved .Seats 25 cents extra.
I'orsalo at Hartman's, corner of Sixth
xtreet and Commercial avenue, aUo at Hoek
well A: Co's book store, No. 124 Commercial
nicuue.
USTDoors open nt 7, couiinence at H.
1-21 Ct.
DELMONICO HOTEL.
Ji:o. V. FAY, rroiirlrtor
W'uli'h kept day and night for boats nnd
trains,
I'EIt.Mri TWO DOLLARS PER DAY.
Ohio Levee, corner of Sixth street,
S-ttf. CAIRO, ILLS.
WvM. ChKNN A; SOX'S
1IKAD qr.UiTJWS I'Oll OHOCMUKS
IMMENSE STOCK,
(HEAT VARIETY,
LOW ntlC'KS.
COn'I'.E. Rl". Lngunyra, Jnva, Mocha.
SUU.VK, N. O., Hard &, Soft Rollrii'd.
SYHUI'S. Now Orleans nnd Eastern.
WT. MAKH hl'KClAI.ITlKH 01'
TEAS, lOBACCOS,
70 tt li fit .S(.
CIXU.XXA Tl.
UAH riTTf.UH.
II. T. UKUOUL1);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
oxii rixTvnzti.
D. Kilter's na I'lunibor's instrnsl, Wood
pumi , Rlob unit nelB vslisf, stop
cocks, ohfck valves, eto.
tuo sutNT rot
TnlU HroihrH l'ntcnt Ilry Man Meier
AnU Moretiouso, WelU 4 Oo'j Automatlo Wst.t
laaicMoraiiilflupi'li Vtlro for stui bolUrs.
lHrttfi'H IIC'IJC 0 14 4 t l!tt(.-AU
C. WINSTON,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
No. 7 Ohio Lkvi-.k.
Oilers the following valuable rcales'ate for
sale, which Is selected from a very lir;;o list
ol vuluablu real estate lor sale and l,ie,
us presenting very laorab!e terms for ln
tesimeiits: A lar'e two story house, lu good repair,
together with 2 lots, tin Cross street, near
school house, n No. 1 bargain.
That tine lare house and lot ti, block 51,
city, on Washington avenue between Fourth
and l'ltth streets.
Lot No. , block No. 0, Ohio L "vec;
Two splendid high lots on Walnut street,
next lo corner of Klglh street. Very cheap.
Two lots ou Tenth street, between Walnut
and Cedar streets. Very desirable and w ill
he f old cheap.
Three lots on Cedar street, well situated
ut a bargain.
'l'ho-e Ho fine buslnc's lots, 35 and 10,
block it, city, un Commercial avenue, m in
comer of Eighth street, on w ich now
Mauds the livery stable of Miles l'jrker.
Possession given tlrtof April.
Four lots on Twenty. ilitstivet, near Com
merelal avenue and freight depot of the C.
nnd V. railroad.
Two lots on Commercial avenue, near cor
ner of Thirty-third street. III be sold
cheap.
Tho pnod business lots, 7 mid S, block II.
rltv, ou Washington avenue and corner ot
Fil'teeulli street. Dlicclly opposite cutom
house
LotsO, 10, 11 ami 12 sauio block uud In rear
of last mentioned lots, on Fllteenth street.
Lot's 9 und 1U, block tlO, city, on Thirteenth
street, nearCoiiiiiirualuciiue. i'lice i'M
each.
A tine farm of 150 acre, with good Im
provements nt (ioorc Island, uiljoluiug the
l.inu ol O. (ireciilee, Hsi The soil and fer
tility uru unsurpassed, being rich bottom
land entirely ubou ocrl!uw.
Several ucll Impiotcd fruit farms III I'll
laskl county.
ln.WJ acres unimproved lands In Alexan
der uud l'ul.iskl eouutler, In bodies lo suit
purchasers.
25,000 acres unimproved, well timbered
land in Arkansas, near Osceola, No, I coiton
lauds. Titles to nil the foregoing perfect.
v o hTi7a s j-: .
The I'crry House. This large und commo
dious uud well fltilutcd hoii-c Mill be leased
for a iiuiuber of years on very advantageous
tcrm.
Those- finelv situated ri-ldcncu lots 21, 22
and '1, block .'0, illy, corner of Ninth and
Walnut street.
FOR SALE OR LRAsE.l.oH lu any
part ol the i lty. 1-25 lin
GREKX & OILBKKT,
ATTOUNEYb
COUNSELORS
AT LAAY,
CAUIO, IU.INOIH.
WilllHin H.lirxfii.
Willinm II (iilhrlt
MlloBr.Ulll.erl,
flpKcn, Rttntiou glti to A'lmlrslT n'J
immbust lyiislncss.
oyncK otuo lkvec, hooub 7 anu 1 ovr.n
OITT NATIONAL HANK.
nti:a.mimatn.
0AIHO AND PADUOAII
MAIL IIO AT.
Th splemll'l IsAmtr
JJEi. FISE,
Dick Fowlku, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Hundaycxcepted), 11
4 p.m. For freight or passage apply oil boat
or' to Ja. Mallouv, Ag't.
Jan Jtf
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGISTS,
iTO. 7-i OHIO LV.QJE-
ltclnil and Proscription
Cornrr Wa-hliigtnn Ave
ami Eighth tllect.
nih'ST I'HOTECTOHS.
(f ihuiDoN and rubblt skin,
lor weak lung,.
A 1 RARCLAY RHUS
III.OEA II
H 'OR SORE TIIROA1.
1'iepared un.t o!d
Rv II A ROLA Y IJRO-
HuitM: AM)
CTTI.K .MKDiCINK-
Vinl Dl'liificliiil. lor Mai -Ar
IIAROLAY l!ROS
iHElIAXnS.
2 Ml BRUSHES! lE'STUFFS.Bf c
BalccsMcncslBgaUifain&lBHll c
x HI!TO,LCTll!3rTi:niAt;liBijS
Kin
r riNIO ClfiAKS,
"HONEY
"YOI NO AMERIt
And " I'lilvcr-nl htumUr.l
Ai 1AROI.A Y I1ROS
11-2'J tf.
ilium 111.Mi1.vc
PATRONIZE
HOME TJ-A-XjEI ! '
J. C. II U ELS,
Lite of St. Loul".
CRYSTAL SALOON
A.VIl
READING ROOMS.
MICUAKL COYXi:, Propriotor.
(OI.II PO.ST OI'FICK STANII.J
. 1 Corner .sixth street and Commercial Avi.
1 1 The bnt brands cl Clears, choice Wlrio,.
HOOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK i -'lr. etc.. alway.on hand.
i luTOpcn ilay and night.,
MANUFACTURER,
OLD DHLMOXieO
iULLETIN R1NDERY, J SALOON AND HEADING ROOMS
Corner Tv.cltth street and Commerclul Ave 1.
Corner ,th street and ... ......
- ; Commercial Av. ' s "LOCK.
Itl.ANK ROOKS of every deorlptlou done I
with iieatms uud dlspati.li. All kinds of , I A If ?t? ,C. AffiVP A CiV I?
ruling done nt short notice Illbles, Music. ' L vlx ,vljlx -Oi lAUUIi
.MiH.'aKim-N ami i-enooicais iiounu neai aim
at ihe lowest no-siblu rates,
County work, such as Records, Docket.,
IVi; Hooks. ISl.ink-i, i-le.. made a ipeclality
ltoxes, Pocket ltook, Envelope', etc.,
made to onhir 11-21 tf.
I'roi'r.'mM.
Ill I.I.I litlrs.
BILLIABDS.
jTThe best brands of Clgs.rs, chotc
me', LiUor',ctc, always ou hand tf
KL DORADO
R'LI.IAliD SALOON AND I1AH
ROOM. JOHN U.1TI-.K, Fruprlrlur.
to Cimmi-rcikl ATnu, CAIRO, Il.I.INOM
H.l ljrn.l of Ctliff KCInsrslu rcl),
ItlLLIAItl) Mloon furnished wnlh tho l.n.s
-i,V - - )ft:ibh)':anilbvsuiii)liedwl(liwlii lliitlntM
-7 '"J,; .-'3 and i ltars orilieiir-t liran
ir
ST. NICHOLAS
1
BILLfjIAllD 1:1 ALL
HARRY AVALEER l'.-op'r.
This house Is newly httcd up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TARLES
Aud two lino
JENNY LIND TARLES
Tho haloon Is stocked with the be.-t
llr.indsol
WJJfKS,
LIQUOIiS,
and CIGARS
are compounded In the most approved stylo
JUTCoiiio and rce lor yourself. JX
UIMIH AXIt l.lUtlDICM.
L1TTLF KENTUCKJAN
. SALOON
A.VD
(Open Day and Night.)
li. PAItKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, -tth and Cth Urcets,
OA 1 110, ILLS.
- R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE OROOERS,
OHIO L E V K X
V A I It 4 . I 1. 1. I N ( I a .
A!o, kfp eonvtsitl; on lisud morl cum
ileti slock ul
XiXQ,XrOS,Q.
HUOT011 AND IK1BU -WIIIr.KIKK
U I H U.-
l'ort, Mudorln, Sherry and Catnwla "Wines
RUJtYTIt CO. sell ntellll,r for rash.lfl
, which diet thnr ln,it tb rsiH:lal sttuD.
lion ttf oloiH Larvaln Imjrers.
V. M. 8TOUKPLKT11,
iicctaioa ornn.issT9ctri.rin
lltclirjt'r ntMl WliolrsKln IikhIo Isi
Iir't nuil liuiiK'ittlii
WINES AND LIQUORS
No, 02 Ohio Levee,
OAiHo, li.Ltrtom
HK Untr.nn hn t eonntsnilr full stocko
Old Kntuckr llQUrbon, Ure sod Mi-DOnU
WhUkles, Krcnctt l)ro.lns, llcl su
nQj CklirerBlkWIaen
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A tine new l)lulii( Hall with every con.
w-iilciicu hi, liccn udded to this popular
Restaurant, ami tho guests will lin j evcrv
reipilslto lor theiraccoinodatlou.
THE RILL OF FARE
roiis.ts or everv substantial and delicacy of
the -ea-on.
THE BJLI
Is supplied with the
CHOICEST LKilJOUS.WINES & CIGARS
drMlxcd drink, prepared with care.
11-10 tl.
"KA't WSTATK AQENO.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS,
71 (hkcond vlooh) ouio lkvick,
OAIItO, ILLS,,
Buy and Bill Real Ehtatk,
PAY TAXES,
FUKNISU A118T1.AOTS OP T1TLK
And put Tim ConveiiwiOM ofKlailt!
lohu (, Hariniin.
Chns. Thrupp,
lOILN'Q. IIA1DIAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
AMI
CONVEYANCERS.
Norllt for, Hill St. and OtitoI.evc.
CAino, Illinois.
Abstracts of Title, Convoyanclng mi do a
specialty. Real Estate bought nnd told,
(31Txe l'uld, etc. v
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