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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1873
l.An6K stock of dry gooili at c. Danny's.
Ton S.it.n. The uvlUiyo lifnv Maudlin on
lotft block ib, near corner Wellington nve-
tine mm Tenth street. , Inquire at this of
Ton SAM:. My entire stuck of groceries,
addles, harness uud farming Implements at
wlioletala orrotall. 1), Amr.it
The Turner Masniieyado,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
"'Monciny Evp., Feb. 21.
Halt! Masqwiiiakkiis: .taso,ncr.ide
to.tumos, anJ fulsoce-nusks-ior .-.ale or
lilro during the season nt .Tolni Schccl'r
ilAN'nOMR lino or dress goods at 13cts
at C. nanny'.
II. Able, No. 2 Seventh street. Ins Inst r,
eulved an entire new Hock of wall paper ami
window shade, which will be sold at lowest
Tlic celebrated Henry Ames sugar cured
hams can bo obtalueuVu tbo store ol John K
Lnfklti, ConiincrcTal avenue, between gov-
eniccntii ami Eighteenth streets. Also all
oturrurst:ia.sgiods In tho grocery Hue can
no nau at mo lowest ca-li figures. Call and
see. - 12-22-21
Tbo finest article of corn meal made in
southern IlllnoUv.ni l.o li.-i.l by calling on
uvuux.; iMiiim amis store on Commercial
avenue, between Seventeenth and Kigh
'teenth Krect. He nio ,kecp a mperlor ar
ticleoi Hour, ,0011a! to the MeCraekcii, and
at n-loiirlct. One frla'l will prove the
above -worda true. Try thorn. 2-22-21
TuiTsiTv i.ixiuitiw. '
Kebruary 21, The Origin 0CM.111.
" 2Scleutllic Mortli.
'' - 2d, Universal Itcllgion.
" 27, Fulfilled 1'roplineli's.
" .. ?3, Spirit Sot.hl.trlcs.
2'i, The ltea3nablciicsj ol
Mr.TVuciciitinj and moral lecture? wilt
speak lor thcmcjve. .Maxaouii.
JiARaB-itosk-or cuit iliii, ardam akM a
All good hou-u-kocpera will agruu to one
thing, and that U that they have trouble to
get puro'rgrotmd spice. John i:. I.ufkln
uMues pure groumi spices a specialty. Ho
will neither buy nor sell adulterated ground
spices. At his more on Commercial avenue,
bet tveen Su cntccnth ntid Illghteeiilh streets,
..in nu ,oitnu strictly puro cinnamon, al
silce, pejiper, cloren, ginger, nutmeg, mux
tard, etc., all of which are guaranteed to bo
tlrietlypure or money refunded In nil cave.
Col. la lor Is presumed to be nt Sprint,
iiuid, mu is ner
Jinige ridgciu of I'ulKkl. wan in tho city
jeneruay, ami new into our lanctum.
rrcd I'iioinson-iiot the paitor, but hU
ounget son li to be chrltcncd nt the
.Methodist church Sabbath morning.
iiidgo John II. Mulkcy lia. we tinder-
stand, gone to Slinwncctown, where lio will
probably locate In tho practice of bis profes
Herman .Me en, the pushing and buttling
lou.icco ami cigar m.iii ol the leec, pur.
chased enough tobacco nt the alo eteiday
to Keep us running for u century.
Carl I,. Thomas Is iu the city. He will
probably lcuialu for scxcral week, dining
which tiuio lie evpects to IiiMiro the llu
ol sot end th itisnnd people of Cairo.
Hon. '1 homas Ilson, alter nn ubteiico of
two weeks, diirlngHhlch lime he iookeil In
iiou lliel tw-inakers at fcpringllcld, returned
Home eilcrdny by tlic C. und V. cars.
col. William Coffee of Jjljiuhllle, was In
attendance at Stiaugtin A: Hlnklo'j tobacco
pale. He made several purchase, nnd be
llove.lic realized a handsome sum abou
uraml Master Ilros of tho Odd lVllows
ba gene to St. I.otiN to buy a goat and a
grcicy pole. He If determined to hac the
best goat In the nuikct, and a pole greased
IJipKcv. W.J. Oriintwlll preach nt the
Methodist church till evening nt 7J o'clock.
S.lbject: "Hliidcrance.s to 1'raycr." This
will bo the opening scnleo of the second
quarterly meeting lor this charge which will
continue over S.ilibath.
i ll II Howard, tint contlntlotMv lxinul.ir
itcamuoai niitciiei', lias recovered from the
attack of eye dNcasi; with which he was
lately allllcted. A disciple of Terpsichore
put bis loot In It al the late luukciucrade.
The putting was accidental.
A o wero mistaken. Occasionally we are.
liven we are not Infallible. Tom 1'arkcrdld
not go to CntlluWIlo, and ho i.s not litatrl
monlally inclined. He went to Villa nidge
to attend upon u sick brother, und N home
again from that foreign shore.
Everybody is going to attend Mardi (iras
at Xew Oilcans or Memphis. S. y. Wheel
er, INo.., nnd lady, left yesterday lor Now
Oilcans mid Mr. and .Air.-. Salford nnd wh
en leave to-day for .Memphis. The run they
propose to witness occurs next Tuesday.
.Major Wablcr has our thanks fur a bcatttl-
liii new nat. no Knows now to appreciate a
good thing nnd' genius, (ienliis is our
strong card, and good things How from our
pen as naturally as wisdom from the Hps of
the eloquent Tiirncy. We don't Intend to
wear tho hat. Wo Intend to keep it in a
glass case as a memento or Iko's liberality.
Jim .Moss, alia Limber Jim, who shot
Horace Williams, nllas Ited, at Scott's saloon
last week, hail a preliminary examination
before, 'jsqulre llross yesterday, and was
bound over In tbo sum ol $1,000. Mr. Moss,
we regret to remark, could not turnUh the
bail, and when last necn by us was in charge
ol the amiable tiud learned keeper ot the
county Jail, .Mr. IJIchard 1'ltrgerald. We
have no .loubt Mr? Fitzgerald will keep Mr.
Moss 'Securely safe" until the next term of
the circuit court. Mr. Fitzgerald lias lnllcn
Into tho habit of securely keeping prisoners
committed to his care. It Is a wav he has.
and he term, to enjoy 1t. Wiien Mr. Moss
appears in the circuit court it is probable he
will leave il lor a home at Jollet.
Tho mud In drying up, nnd wo wish the
people who persist In talking about Denton
would follow Its example.
wo heglcnvo to remind our fellow-cltlzcn
mat to-day 1 Washington's blrth-dnv. W
hope Munti.'Llnetfaror ,omo oilier tiatilnt
will get out the American eaglo nnd let him
Workmen broke ground yesterday at the
comer oi r.iovcnui and Cedar meets Tlic
meaning oftbls proeecdliur Is that Dr. ltHir
ham Intends to build u resilience n line one
on that ldentlt.nl fpot. I'M pay.
nog caicning, under the ordluaucc., has
become unprovable, nnd tho euerirelle no.
lice force of the city Imo gone back on the
miMiicss. Jfthc ina)or bus a long pole
might nc not use it In stlrrliiL' tin Chief
Jlycra ami oilier braves of tho force '
a colored roust-about on the steamer 1 II I
noli fell from tho boat yesterday wlillo tbu
was laying at our wharf. He lell Irom tbu
Kentucky side of the boat, nud of course
Into the i her. A tope wa thrown to him
und he wa sjvod. May ti ropo never help
nun out or mo world!
Twodiunken fellow were locked un'to
gctiicr yesterday in tho city lock-up. They
quarrelled, and got into a llstlcull' lL'bt. Tho
one that didn't succeed in tbo lk-lit b.-llnivnl
like the bull ofllaslian, and by the time Me-
Hale got tin in apart tbo conquered man's
lace was as bloody as n niece ot Hi nr.
mere was no serious damage done in the
II there I anything eatable uiion which
we particularly dole, that artlclo is egrs, U
eggs can tie called an article. Hut then we
ate not heavy us a grammarian. Brilliancy
is our forte, not grammar. Kggs we like,
nut eggs wu have been restrained Irom
eating,1 until lately, by the hh prco t
Which they wero sold ID and M cents a
dozen.' They were the food or our ilch
people. 1'opo and Ilros ami Wheeler n,j
Dunning and men ol that class could in
dulge In them, but we poor people hail to
keep eggs out of our 'iioitllis. Now, bow
ever eggs are only 20 and 2j cents a doen
retail, und that Is wltlnu the Hinlt- of our
rcdlt, and don't we go for them 1 With
the solitary dollar we borrowed vestcnl.iv.
we bought and nad charged to our account at
lack w inter's egg depot, live dozen, and
got nway with them all. except two' that
bad not been carefully preserved.
Lakge stock of wool
pr.ee at C. Hamiy's.
blanket id down
A few- ears ago there was no other way
known to obtain tho virtues of the leaves o'r
variou? plants but by maceration in watcr.to
make, a? It Is called, an Inruslon, or by using
alcohol, and thus making a tincture. In
either ca-e ono bad to diink an Intlnlto
amount of liquid to obtain a .tv small
quantity of the medicinal ellects of the plant.
How altered is this, however. The process
of extracting all tbo valuable properties
with noue of the inert or injurious particles,
l:om leaves, roo.ls,, barks, etc., has been
brought to such perfection, that every ounce
of extract is fully equal to au ounce of the
raw material. In no preparation that we
know ot Mhlt high concentration so Hdmlr
ably accomplished as in l'aiker's Compound
Fluid F.xtract lluchu. No heat is used,
therefore all the liner ami volatile principles
nrclully preserved, the--whole prepared in
vacuo, In tho most careful manner, u product
of rare excellence is obtained. Sold by all
A complete set ol household and kitchen
furniture, for sale, citherln bulk or by the
piece. Enquire at this olllce. 2-13 lw.
A large number of stenmboats were at the
wharr yesterday being loaded with the
freight wlilk.li has accumulated here during
the last lew weeks.
Yesterday was a busy day with teamsters'.
The levco was the scene of loading and un
loading, hauling and rehaullng, cnckltg
whips and cursing drivers, and so forth.
I.ufkln, ol Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth street", is biilfd
lug up a prolltable grocery business, He
bus iu bis store almost everything that the
cater can desire, and ol the best quality.
People need Wal icr'; European hotel, at
which the hungry nun with bis llftccn cents
can get a good meal to stay bis appetite, and
the millionaire like ourself with plethoric
pocket-book can havu hlsquull on toast nud
all tbo ununderstandable dainties found un
der tho head ot "entrees" on a llrst-clas
hotel bill or rare.
At a tobacco sale bcla yesterday at Straugn
v Hltikle's tobacco warehouse, It bhd
wero on mo uraKcs. nic bidding was
spirited and lively. ulte a number of to.
bace J men from other points were here at
tending the sale. Eight hhd. medium
bright leaf sold Irom $S 05 to $10; :) hbds.
lugs from (1 .10 to t5. Next Friday will
tie another regular sale day, when a large lot
will be on hand. v
itock of brown domestics at C.
The Turner Masquerade,
ST. . CHARLE3 HOTEL,
iMxmdayrEvc., Feb. 2-1.
(i It A ND AN NO UNCEMENT.
Elliott A: Haythornc taku plcasuro in an
nouncing that they intend to dispose of their
stock of boots and shoes now on hand nt
positively cost prices, preparatory to tilling
up their shelves wilh the new spring stock.
Now 1 the time to get cheap boots and
shoes. Tlio stock to be sold is nil or Hist
class goods, and great bargains fortho buyer
will be made, 2-lS-lw
Lakui: stock ofbleachcd muslin and sheet
lugs at C. llanny'H.
HOTEL Altlll VA1..S.
J A (Jodard, Cincinnati; J K Kiiowlton,
Lakovllle, Arkansas; 0 II Phillip-, Vienna;
11 Lourey, Loulij H Jackson, Chicago;
1 D Olmstcad und wife, uud II J Oluistead,
Little Itock; C H Coinstock, Charleston, Jill
nols; Jno A Howie, Atlanta, (ieorgh; A
llenuett, Louisville; ('has (ioodson, Mound
1IM James, New York; Sam 11 Sanfoid,
M. 0. railroad; Jos Hllgcforb, Cincinnati;
.1 1 Orm, Currjvllle, Kentucky; (I S I'idgcoif
Mound City; N Hunsaker, Dogtooth Island ;
JIBoblnon,city5 Oliver ltoscbe.ltll H
uud George Hurrltt, steamer Allen llrown;
Jplin ATJck.UIIIi J G Morgan, g, Louis;
AV T Moore, .-prlnglleld, Missouri; . w
Uugg, Win CoffoO und O W lllues, itland
Hlu, Kcntueky; Juo H Wilkin, fct. Louis;
S NilbOli, Cobdeu, Illinois; J li Hess, Vienna;
11 M Sons, Cflfey villo, Kentucky; Ab Mackoy,
Ml. Vuruon,' lU(Uua; J l-'orl.i, Evan.vllli',
ltector Coau I, rumor savs, re consider
lug his determlualloii to bu called to St
Tho swlnc sermon ol a preacher who lately
visited this city has made the lulidels smile
He claimed that the Lord, bv sending the
devlMnto tho swlnc ami compelling them to
run into the water, enlarged their skins and
made them more prolltable to the dealers In
that article, who, be took it for granted,
skinned the drowned hogs and sold them to
be manufactured into vessels to carry water
and wine In.
i'he ltev. D.ll. Tilrney, as we stated yes.
leruay, related in Ills lecture on Thursday
night tho allegory of the lllppugritr. Tho
lllppogrlll no longer exists. It has been di
eloped into thu class of beings out ol which
some ol'our ministers aro selected. It was a
sly brute with long ears, and did not enjoy
llie reputation ol great wisdom among the
bea-ts that knew it best. It knew little of
the common affair or brutedom, and was
balitilctl to live an easy lire. It It bad
enough to eat, nnd n cosy place or shelter
Irom tho weather It was perfectly satMled
borne, ol these characteristics may bu touud
In thu ciealuro Into which it has duvcloped.
The church bells last night called the faith
ful to listen to the eloquent ltev. Mr. Tur
ney, who defended the Christian religion
irom iiiu assaults of its enemies. His ,nrgu
meiit was really ablu and powerful. Its
logic was overwhelming, ami swept away
wan ine icsisiiess forcoofa torrent all tho
siigm impediments placed In Its path by
such obstructionists as Denton. Turney is
a whole team as a religionist, lie ought to
become a bl-hop bcloro bodies, and we hope
he will. When ears shall have toned down
Ids rather liiipuMvo nature, and havu given
to niui a iiaiaucc-vviicci, nu will get up am
dust along the pathway to an honorable dis
tinction In (be religious world,
A GItANDUim,E Soi'l "LUNCH.
A grand turtle soup lunch Is set every
night nt tbo European hotel and restaurant.
This liou-o has Jut been opened by Mr,
Harry Walker, who Is now prepared to nc
eoiiiuioduti! any number of boarders, Mr.
W. has engaged tbo services of an experi
enced steward and Is prepared to fiirnisli
ineall at all hours. Also eood board ul iimd.
crate prices. Parties Ueslrinir tlrst-clan.
ho ml should Inquire 'at the house, on Com.
inerclul avenue, between Seventh and
M utli streets, 2-lMvv,
Tho police court yesterday, was a ban
quet ball deserted.
County court adjourned yesterday to meet
'again next Thursday. Tliejudgo has gone
nway on a little .trip of relaxation and
Circuit com I, which like thu poor seems
lo be alvvayt with us, adjourned yesterday,
and will meet ngaln to dispose ol a few
chancery eases, In the early davs ol .March.
In the matter of the petition' oi the city
or Cairo fr continuation of sidewalk asess
ment against sundry lots, pending beforo the
county court, the objections tiled by lot
owners were not overruled, as stated In yes
terday's Issue; but, on the contrary, the
court, after full .argument by Messrs. Urceii
and Gilbert, and S. 1. Wheeler, Esq., for
lot owners, mid Mcsrs. Laiisdcu and l'opc,
for the city, took th! matter under advise
inent ami lias not rendered n decision.,
In tho cae ol Hourigan vs. Illinois Cen
tral Ilallroad company to compel the re
moval of the company's track and ware
houses on Levee street, pending in Alexan-
der county circuit court, our reporter wa at
la-llt in saying that tho court held plaintiff's
miiood, The facts aro that a demurrer to
tbo bill was urgued, but the court cave no
opinion except to Intimate that the bill was
hul, for want of proper plaintiffs. '1 here
upon .Air. Llnegsr. tho plaintiff's attorney,
confessed the demurrer and amended hi.
bill by making "Tho People, oto." plaintiffs
iiisU-adoriloiii'lgan, and the merits of the
bill yet remain undecided.
Weure unfortunate. We have been gull
tyof tho heinous offense of mlsreiort!ni
tho legal proceedings of our courts, and
have called down upon our bead this re
prool : "Itbports of legal proceedings."
writes a legal admirer or Tiik Uullktin's)
able rcportcr,"ccase to be of value and create
fal-e Impressions unlets correctly reported.
The fact as to al! legal proceedings are easi
ly ascertained from the records or the
court; and It seems to mo that there is no
excuse tor Ibc so oft unreport ol legal pro
ceedings appearing In your.colunnis. Your
reporter ougnt to mrjrin hlinscll Irom the
court reco.-ds or leave tho matter unre
ported." Wo agree with our legal lrlend
ue is coi reel, llu is always correct. We
never nau a legal frleml who could bo In
tbo wrong. Hut our friend should p.uie
ue should recollect when he pauses that
Tiik HL'I.i.ktin is not much given to legal
...Hul. urn ihji.tktin n authority on
religious matters, and has devoted so much
time to that Important subject that It cannot
take tin tlmo necessary to understand legal
proceedings. Tun IIui.i.kti.Vsj reporter
knows nothing about tarthly com Is. Ills
mind Is intent upon tho proceedings of that
court not made with bands, in vvhlcli be
nopes to appear as a witness in his own case,
satisiied mat he can get It through without so
rlous ditllciilly. We will however endeavor
to Induce him to pay less attention hereafter
to spiritual matters and to soberly copy tbo
records ol earthly courts In Cairo. ' We hope
this assiinnco will satlslyour Justly Indlg-
nam iricim oi uie legal prolcsslou.
Haxdsomk lino of Cashmeres at C. Han
The tialusonboth roods came In yestcrJay
'1 lie Cairo and St. Louis rollroid will bo
finished one ol these dnys ; sure.
UmirrliAin moves on the Illinois Centra!
railroad, determined to drive It from Ohio
levee. Hacked by the great nntl-rnllroad
lawyer, Hon. I). T. Llneg.ir, whom Gov
Ucverldgo docs not lov o much, Hottrrlgan Is
nu invincible army with banner Hying nnd
The worst crossings In the world, we arc
willing to tnko n tremendous oath, nrc on
Commercial avonuo In this city. If tho en
Jollier had not pntipofl'prem.ittirclv If thev
bad allnwrd tbo Cairo and Vliicelilics people
to pul their track down on the avenue with
out great haste, the cll!of a ruined strdct
wotiM not be complained or; but tonic poo
plo won't wait, nnd bow rould the railroad
The great and good Llnegar has Hung to
the eager breeze the banner or war ng,ilut
nil railroads. He will first crush tho lllinoi
Central. and Cairo and Ylnrcnnc companies.
and then march on to new conquest. Wo
nro with the gallant lawyer. We
r.ilc with him the slogan ol "Down with
all railroad, and damned be he who llrst
crlc 'Hold, eiiotish!'" Hallroads cannot
be crushed enough, They lmo ruined till
country. They have made barren our Held
and depopulated our cities. They nro more
to be dreaded than siu dl-pox or' a carpet
It lJul possible that Llneg.ir has not roue
entirely up the spout. Mavbc lluveiblL-c
will relent ami make him a railroad eoininls.
sinner yet. TboSpiliiglleld 'Statu liegl.stcr.'
or the llMli Inst., sajs: 'H i bi llved ilm
fohn P. Itcynnlds of Cook : li. M. llenlamln
ol McLean, ami Dave Llnegar of Cairo, will
be nominated. Dave say, be won't bclb.vn
anything more until bo Is continued ami .-ids
bis comiiill Our II lend D.ivld. soinu.
bow. has become disgusted w lib l!il whole
performance, for he declares Jt a r.trce. and
ays mo temperance and moral bortlon of
tho lladlcal parly never would luve uicil
for IicVMildgv II It bad been known the gov.
eiuor would nave treated lis elder apostle
l.luegarj in the m inner he has.
TO HE NT.
Four rooms lately occupied bv Dr.
W 1 . . . . .
n nrunur, over uf. A I lor . crooerv stnrx
No. 113, Commercial Avenuo. Enquire
nt tbo store of U. D. Artcr. 2-"0.tf
Sluatner HI. Joseph, Memphis
' Tom .In spur, New tJrleiirn
n a iiiroer, -New Orleans
-Mary Miller, Cincinnati
E kVen, St. Louis
A llco Drow n, Pitlsburg
Continental, St. Louis
P. A Ilnbbngc. St. Lonii
Gruml Lake Xu'J, Now Orleans
.Too Kinney St. Louis'
Grand Tower, St. Louis
Honry Probaico, Memphis
Steamer St. Josenh. St. Louis
Tom Jasper, St. Louis
H S Turner, Cincinnati
-Mury Miller, Arkansas river
Alice llrown, South
Grund Lake No 'J. Pittsburg
Joo Kinney, Vlckburg
Grand Tower, "Memphis
Henry Probasco, Cincinnati
1110 MCUDV COAL.
Steamboat supplied at any time, both day
ind night with either Lump or Chestnut
Coal, In any qiianlity an t on usual terms
at the yard id Grand Tower. Illinois. Spe
cial contracts offered on favorable terms,
COMM MNIOST AND rORWABOIMO.
FORWA11DIN0 and COMMiySION
DEALERS IN FJ OUR ;
Ami Akdu of
IIIO HIVKR A Nil KANAWHA
WHY SOME HOTELS AltE UNPOPC
What Is the most common complaint Jwlfli
guests against Hrst-c!as hotels 1 Nine old
travellers out of ten can give yon tho fault
lonnuia in a minute. About as follows ; "
registered my name, and they gavo niu a
room ut tbo top of tbo bou.se," mid charged
mo as much as If 1 had tbu bet room on the
lowest noor. 5laj. Gen. Iliincoinbc had the
best room In tho houso and didn't pay anv
more than 1 did." It will bo positively rc.
freshing to our readers to know that there l
one lirt-ehis hotel, ut least on Hroadwav,
.iin iiiik, uiai nas iai.cn n stand against
this unsatisfactory ami worn-out system, and
ciiargrs less lor tbo upper story than the
lower, and allow the guests lo choose for
Tbo Grand Central Hotel, under the Ju
dicious management or II, L, powers
adopted thU Incomparably thu best sv,tem
at the start, ami It Is being better aniieela.
led every day, The Grand Central lias .
taken the lead ol all New York hotels, In
arrivals as well as other respects. Its prices
aro ?;), f 35 0 und $1 per day. An ele
gantly furnished room, meals at all hours
rrom early morn till midnight, and thu us.
or tho finest clevato in tint world for ?3 per
day Is very comfortable. It reminds one of
old times, ami fosters a fueling of peace with
our neighbor and all I lie world beside.
Dujoiamu Ykasi- Powuku for purity
1 .L I. I- 1 ... .
niiu sirengiii is uuequuiuj. All WHO UIQ
It like It and recommend it Q their neigh,
D. O. IIokkk, Sales Agent.
conditio or tiik iiivkrs.
Tho rapid riso in tbo Ohio has stopped
for tho present, hovvovor it rontinne.
swelling nt n fair rate. Bouts come out
from St. Louis Without rnn).ln ,t,..t...J
nmo feet. Special iHspatclica to the Uul
letin report tbo condition of tho rivers ut
UUSINES8 ANll WKATIlElt.
llusincss would be better if tonnage
could bo obtained; bowovor times aro brisk
on nnd about tho landings. lUin, fleet,
hail nnd snow all fell Inside of ono hour
night beforo last, and tho weather turned
uuucniy cold nnd was quite cool yestorday
with clear sky.
Tho ferry boat was to go down to Nor
folk last night after flvu hundred sacks
of corn, which were in dangor of being
Tho Joo Kinney passed down without
landing hero, with a full trip for VicW
burg. Tho Mary .Miller had 11 good trip for
Arkansas river. Sho took on board hero
100 barrels of naptha for Helena, but she
had to put thorn off nj ordered by tho
inspector. That Is red hot kind oi freight
and goos off about as quick as chain
Tho Haven nndyiubbngo had tows of
Iron ore for thu head of tbo creek,
Tbo A llco llrown passed down with 22
barges of coal in tow for tbo southern
Tho Grnnd Lako "o. 2 passed up with
11 tow ot empty coul barges.
n.i. t . . .
xnu norm western was towed to tho
wharf by tho Jasper, nnd is loading tor
XutehcK and way points, and will leavo
Tho Tom Jsspor camo tin with a pood
t 1 r. i.v.. '
iirau ior ,-t. Louis, nor officers denied
having roportcd K-olug a boat's ehimunv
fittnklm. .1,1 nf ,1m ... . . .
O -...v. tuv niuur IU UOIUIIlllUS. II
fiw Aava mn .....I ti .1 I
b lm , ,mu .,,,
iiiing 01 uio Kind Sho WOll d huvo stnnned
I 1 . . . . ' I "'-
niiu luuuereu asjiatanco, if necdod.
ilio loxas tender ol Marv illlb.p .!.,
od hlinsolf to 11 nuw pair of boots, belong
. Vi iniuir, uiiii oiner nr c i'i
01 clothing belonging to the olllcers wl.ll,,
sho was in port, and took "French leave."
Senreli was made for him but he wns not
Tho Continental cntno out drawing ni.
feet, nnd will ll out Lor trip hero.
Vity National Bank Balldluv.
M.Hpooill attention paid lo order, (mm
WHOLESALE AND IIETA1L
13 R; XJ 3. s
J. M. I'lIIfiLIl'S & CO.,
IHuccessors to 1:. It. Mruilric.ii A Co. I
.'orwardiii'' and Commission
Literal AdrMicsmckU made ,
WU A Mr -110 AT PltOPltl KTOK3
Ar preprd to recisiTo. store and lorwsrd
ffelglitc to all points .&! huj and
sell on commlsnun,
sa"Hnslnes silondei to r-rotntlri
S. D. AVKUH.
E. l. AVKKH.
AVK1UJ & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levkk, Uaiko, Illh.
li. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALKK I.V
AND MILL FEED.
CAMO. - . . ILLINOIS
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John II. Chillis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c.,
TENT11-ST. ami OHIO LKVh
0. M. A LI) EN,
Late of Thomas & Alden,
FLO UK, .MEAL, GRAIN, DAY, Ac.
No, 135 Ohio Li:ykk, C'Air.o.
toTCasli advances on (ioods 011 sight.
Kekkukxcf.9 : City National Hank ol
110 Nutloual it-itik ort'lilcago.
iNTO. 7i- OHIO Tj-V3-e
Retail and Prescription
Corner Washington Ave,
and Eighth street.
Ol chamois a, tMAl M
for Weak lung?.
At II A UCLA V IlJtO.S.
I OK .SOKE TIIIIOAT,
I'repared and sold
Ev HA UCLA V URos
And Disinfectant forStabhis
At IIAItCLAV JIKO.S.
" V01NO AJIEItK'A,
And ' I'lilverral Slaiidard, "
r At HA KOLA Y I1K0..
P. G. Schub.
W. W. THORNTON'S
BUILDERS' SUI'I'LY DKl'CT
13J TSNTH BTJltlT,
Dour, Hull, Bllnita. H ouldlsiKa.
KafiGatlers,(wooO Window nad Door
Fraiura, flooring-, (.atb,
Nlilndra, Ulaaosl Hnh, UlnarU Nlilr
UarhU, Ulnars! Transoms,
Haah Wel(ht, Nasli Polllra and V
Blind I'netenluca, Uoollna;
Pell, Booting; Omtnl, I'laalrrln
Caprr, Cnrprt ll, Wlillo
LcAd, Llaaul Oil, Anirrlran Wlisduw
Ulane, Kng-lUb anitrrsnch
l'lnte ;iaj, 1'tHiy, U'aalrr'a 1-osail
A OKN1H lor Rock KItfi Prir Comj,.nj'
ir. w va r-.: t. wry.:"'?"
W Jolio'n (.iiprurcl Koutinir cl
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ron FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE & RRO,
iHiernl Comiuissiou Mercliunta
183 OHIO LKVEK,
Z. ll. UATIlUBB.i
X. 0 ,VUl
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
0 emy ilescttptiko,
LATH, SHINGLEii, CEDAR I'OSTS
DOORS, SASH, RLINDS
Furnlflheil on shortest notice.
Commcroiol-av, bot. 10th and 1 Ith-tsiH.
CAIRO AND l'ADUCAH
MA II, BOAT.
Tho splendid steamer
Dick Fovvlkh, Captain
'n?,,!cPl,,I? )A,LV, (.Sunday o.veet.ted) at
.. .111 b or freight opasago apply ou'boat or
YC JAS. .MAI.I.OIIV, Ag't.
NEW YORK" STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROK&T VAItlKTV STOCK I.V TIIK CITV
UOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
corn,, r .,.,,, nart Vom
P.O. 1'ATI Ell.
iO TO RIVER SIDE WATER imiriv
Hamilton, Ills., or mnd for free circular and
list 01 Ollesllone ror linmn
m11' fl?ceu miles Mississippi a"ir view
Male and Ft'iuale physicians. 1 "lijltf J
MATHUSS & UHL,
Alf D UE2IKHAI,
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINES AND LIQUORS
('omiiiernial Ave, Cor, IHh St.
Always 011 Jiatnl a supply of Scotch Ale,
MISS M. J. OARSOX.
Wishes tocall attention to her stockof Toys,
Notions anil Fancy (Ioods and Staple Aril
clcs consisting ol Dolls In great variety,
Ladles' Work-boxes ol line (pi illty, Writing
Desks, Children's Dishes, Toy Wagons, Doll
llilgglc", Hobby Horses, l-'Ine Silver-plated
Wnro 011 Nickel .Mlvcr, Finn Table-knives
Knapkln Rings, China Vases, mul a good se
lection of Cheap Jewelry. Abo line
Cull Hells, Pictures und Picture Frames, and
London Porter. Ilrenimi Hi 1 linrtreiiko. I many oilier articles too numerous to men
Amlsctt, Jliiruscclno and Hennessy llrandy. Ion. All aro Invited to call. No. 150 Com
Ale, Porter and 'all-nnd 'alf to bu found on I nierclal avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
draught, -j-lrdt streets, 1-HMiu,