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PdhlUfttl (, Unite. Irs Rnlldln
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. H. 8fo. Skii.. OnsEtiVKn'M Officii. )
CAtno, Feb. 21, 1873, 10:11 p.m. J
llaromrtcr .10:11 nd rising-.
Thermometer 25 degrees,
Wind muIIi, s,cloclly 4 mllef per
Weather, heavy 'snow.
Maximum temperature last 24 hours, nt
2 p. m.( 20 degrees.
Minimum temperature, ht 21 hours, at
10:11 p."m.. It decrees.
Prevailing wind last 21 hours, south.
Total number of miles wind travelled, I.it
21 hours, 111.
D.ivm W. IlAitNirrr.
It snowed last iihrhl.
Tnck Hodgrs ol Thebes. I 1 it Hie city.
All was unlet In police circle yesterday.
LsHCK Stock of dry poods at C. Danny's.
John II. OhcrlJ- roturnod Jo Sprinjjllclil
Thomas Orrall of Hilton, proprietor of the
Walnut mills, I In the city.
Larch stock of ciii talus and damask's n
Henry Claphnin, agent f Cal. Wiuriier's
rolustrc l, Is at the St. Charles,
Harnett, busIno miiiascrof Tuc Ilri.t.g.
tin, is again at hi' post, after n wrel'i III-no!.
Ticket for the David Walk lecture can
ho had at the stores o I. ILirtman, V. II.
Rockwell ,vOo.. ami II. A. Uamiou.
Turncy Vtemrc,'" to-night at the .M. K.
church on "j-elentllle Moral-," and proposes
to give hearers sonietlitn;,' to think aliout.
Prof. Appcl, formerly teacher ol the Ger
man school In lid city, I In town, on a vMt
to oil I lricnds and acquaintances,
Ton Sali.. '1 he cottage now standing on
lot!l Mock 49, near corner Washington ac
nuo and Tenth street. Enquire at this ol
lice. Laiigk stock, of lirown domestic nt C.
Ton Sale. My entire Mock of groceries,
sidillc, harness and larmluj implements, at
wholesale or retail. 1. Ahtkii.
Halt.' MasqueraiskksI 3lasiiucrade
co-turne, and false ficc-masks lor sale or
hire during th season nt John Schecl's
3ir. Gcrould Is sinking two drivc-wclls,
one nt S. Walter's phniog mill on Comtncr
clil avenue, the other on the corner of
Twenty-fifth and Poplar streets.
Handsome line of dress jrood at l.'icts
at C. Hannj 't.
II. Able, So. 2 Seventh street, ha ju-t re
ceived an entire new stock of wall paper aud
Mindow shades, which wiU bo sold at lowest
pricef. II. Auli:.
Theodore Carrlgnn ol telegraph fame, trnd
Frank Iluudlov of the 1. O. Itallrnml wharf.
boat, both started to Memphis lat ceulng
m me neanier lumoi, to tie prcstnt at tlie
.uartit uras to-d.iv.
Ice l finning heavy out of the JtlssL.ippi
river, and asain We record the fact that
navigation Is suspended. Hoats started to
t. I.ouls ou Sunday, but alter proceeding
up about twenty miles, they had to return
on :i ceo unt ol the Ice In the rltcr.
The Itcv. I). II. Turncy lectured at the 31.
i:. church list night on "The Origin ol
Man." to a very pood audience, both in
point of numbers and Intelligence. The
subjectol the lecture was treated groloe
Ically, physiologically, philosophically, mor
ally and practically, and was listened to
from beginning end with marked attention.
It l almost impossible to estimate the num.
bcr ol dyspeptics there arc In the United
States. The intense buiucH energy ot the
Atncrlcin people scarcely allowing them
selves time to cat their meal-, Is one great
cau-e of this. More time ought to bo spent
over the dluicr-tablc, for, unless the lood Is
thoroughly masticated, it cannot be properly
digested. .Still, when one has got Into
trouble, the best thing Is tolind :i way out.
lluchu has been fouud exceedingly heneti
clal In such case?. In Parker's Compound
Fluid Extract Bucliuyou can obtain n prrp.
aratlou containing all the rare virtues of the
plant, together with other iiig.edionls tend
nig to incrcaso It value. Try it, and you
will not be dl-sppoluted. fold by nil drug
February 21, The Origin of Man.
" 25, Scicntilio Moral.
' 20, Universal Religion.
27, Fulfilled Propli-clcs.
" 25, Spirit Sophistries.
1, The Rcakonabltiies ol
Mr. T's scientific and moral lectures wll
speak lor themselves. Ma.vagi:h.
A complete et ot hou-ebobl aud kitchen
funiltnre, t(,r sale, clthti In bulk or bv the
piece. Umpilre at thUoillce. 2.181 w.
A fine brood sow and 1 shoatu fur salo
cheap, if apjillcd lor within tho next three
"'ay- Wi. F. 1'iTCllF.n,
Eighteenth street and Commercial nvetme.
Five hundred hbls. choice peach blow po
tables; 25 boxes oranges; 10 boxes lemons:
2,000 roeoa-nuts; 20 bbls. sweet polatoe by
'-Sr31 O. M. ALDC.v, 13Ti Ohio Levee.
On Monday evening, March 3, at tho Athe
ncum by l'rof. David Walk, lie U an ublo
speaker, having traveled In Europe two
years tn preparation. Draws good houses
wherever hu goes. Don't fall to hear him.
NEW SPJtl.NO GOODS,
Stuurt&Oholsoii have Just received iifty
pieces spring prints In new and beautiful el
focU. They are also showing some very
pretty spring suitings to which attention'!!
Lost, jesterday, a Ulary containing re
ceipts and other uapers of no use to uuy oue
except tho owner. Tho bookabo eoutalncd
$20 SS cents in grecnlinill. The tluUer Is
hereby luforiuod that ho may keep the
uupey,,but 1 requcsjod to return tho book
and papers to J. J.'. Turks, at the Little
Kcutucklan saloon, 2-2.VSI
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUE3DAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1873
Elliott A- llaythornc take plcasuro hi an
nottnelng that they Intend to dispose of their
stock of boots nnd shoes now on hand nt
positively cost prices, preparatory to lining
tip tholr shelves Willi tho now spring stock.
how i the time to get cheap boots ami
shoe. The stock to be sold I' all of llrst
clsi goods, and great bargains for the buyer
will be made. 2-lg-lw
LAHOr.stock of bleached inilllti and sheet
ings nt C. ll.iiinj '.
nillvSSMAKINO MADH EASY
THE .NATIONAL DltESS TI1IMM1NOH
All fahlou magazine, recommend them
a being thf most bcautllitl ami best trim
mings for black alpaca and mohair suit".
Sold by .sTt'AttT OlIOLSOX.
FD Kimball, W M Morton, C C Hoyt, W
11 Hamilton and E A Schmidt. SI Lout: S
It l'lummer. Aurora, Illinois; c 1'iigh. New
Orleans; Mrs Ferguson nnd child, Ml Had
dick. Smlthlaiid, ICcntu'cky; A W (tllltllh,
Ciiuliin.itl; John Orlnie, Clifton, Tenure.
see; .1 T (larren. New Liberty. Illinois; u 11
Scudder. New York; J W Ilk-hard, Chi
cagn; C J Illllwell, Jlllwaukpe; Isaac Gilg
genhelm, Philadelphia: Chaile" S Smith
nnd lady, Cliirlunatl; Tho Oirall, lloston:
J Ito'cnhclm, Chicago; Charles llender. 0
and V railroad.
IllNrnoMt: lino of Cuhmeres at C. Ilan
We understand there Is a person in
town tuning painos or trying to)
nnd ulng the cards and trying to "fM" mi
der tho reputation ol the conservatory of
music. To such person we sav beware!
We have no nblectlon to a lvioiI
good repnuitlon doing work ol that kind
here, hut wo houId prclcrto hac tho citi
zen orcalto and Mcinlly npprrelnto "1101110
inillltn"tiy alinlvln -at t 10 eoiispratni-v nf
music If they want to get such work done,
Instead or trusting It to unknown and Irre-Mion-ilile
ticr-o)i. The uiidcrsli'iipil la n rp.
sponsible perou, nnd will tend to pianos by
1110 ycarai ery re.-i'onalile rates.
DlltlU'TOIt CoXsUItVATOllV Of .MUIC.
LAHOn stock of Wool blankets nt ilmvn
pr,ec at Cdlnnny's.
The Cairo Turner Society havp. In ilm i.
tcrost nfthe public, made arrangements with
a thorouchly cilucated teacher of gymnastic
to open a cyclus in Cairo. V,'c apply in the
first Instance to oiirGennan cltlrens'to send
their children to this school. They arc well
awaro that It U lor the benefit of the little
ones. 1 he instruction will bo free nfriiir-.n
Hours for members of the society :
Monday evening, 8 o'clock, Turn halle.
Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock, Kochlcr's
Thursday evening, (i o'clock, (Fencing)
Friday evening, S o'clock. Turn halle.
For children girls:
Thursday from 4 to t.
Saturday from 4 to fij.
"Wednesday from 4 to SJ o'clock.
ftaturday Irom r. to 7 o'clock. In the
Children to annlv Titcsdavtlm "'iili iinv n
February, bLtwccn 1 and s o'clock In the
Hy order ol tho Committee or tho Cairo
J timer society. 2-22-tf
THE CAIRO AND TENNESSEE ItlVEIt
CALL FOR A CONVENTION AT
The undersigned, having been appointed
the executive committee for I III' f'.iirn nttil
Tunnes-ee Hit cr railroad, by a contention
wiiicu v.-asueiu in tlie interest of said pro
posed road, at Pari, Tennessee, on the 17th
of December 1S72 ; and said convention hav.
In-.' adjourned to meet again in Majfield.
Kentucky, on the call of said committee, wo
therefore tlx Thursday, the 20lh dav of
March next (1ST3I. for tlm
said contention at Mayllcld, Kentucky.
It Is deircil that all parties interested
in a continuous line ol narrow-guage rail
road from St. Louis, Missouri, to Mobile and
Peiisacola. svill be rcuri'siMifPil in ...i.i ..
- J 1 ' '
vcntlon, and especially that tho cities and
town along said route : St. Lou!, Cairo
lilaudville. Paris. Camden, rnliimi.!. i,,'
laskl, lluutsUllo, Jacksonville, Atlanta.
Macon mid Tiisctimbla, will send delegates
m -am runvciiiiou.
S. S. T.tvi.011.
J. D. O. ADKIX.
. A. Ni;ai..
This troupe make their tlrst aipearaiice In
wairo ai me Aineueiim to-Uglu, aud will bo
certain to call out a crowded b nil.,. 'I'll,...
have been warmly iccelvtd whereeter they
naiu iier.onueu, anu never rail to please and
entertain tlie people. Mr. Charles Dev.
wood, tho greatest prima donna burlcu-ucr
in uie couiury, jonn tliem In till city.
rrom me Louisville 'Commerelal' we take
tlie tollowlng notice of Wagner's minstrels in
that city :
"This favorite band of minstrel nerlonn-
in.'..' " UfL-lUeiJIV
fashionable iimlltni-o at Ma-onlc Teniiilu
last lilght and tho generous niltbu.-.t 1,1 .m.
plau.e or laughter which MloweU eacli act
Iilllv uttcitcd tho appreciation ol every 0111'
present Oal. Wagner Is a show within hliu
self, and hi, performanen alone Is wmiu tho
price ot adinUsion, and connected with lilni
unssuch iierluruiers as Sam. P.. ii,.,.
ilrown, J. N. Freeth, Cantlcld and llooker,
and tint elllng brothers, loriiilngono of tlm
most coiiiplelu and best companies that has
United 1 our city formany ilajs, and Ills to b.
rcKietted that their engagement docs not
continue longer limn this evening.
The programme ottered last night was ex.
cc.lleut throughout. In tho Jimt part Cil
AVnirucr sang "Da, Da, Da," and Sain Price
11 new song called "EnUootle," which were
warmly received. Thu brlllfani song, and
dances of L'nWleM and Hooker took the
Inuso by storm, aud they were encored live
times The "Un warrantable Intrusions," by
Cal Wagner and Hen lirown, and thu
"Haunted House," by Sam P.lce, were In.
Iiiiltabie performances, aud allordcd the an.
illcnce much merriment. Tho selections
from tho "Arlon," California fjuartotte, was
one of tun most pleasing features of thu en-terlalumciit.
.Steamer Andy lUum, Clnclnnnll
11 Delia Momplil, at Louis
" Iillnwllil. Kvunsi'llln
Marbto Oity, Memphis
Crescent City, New Orleans
.1. 1). Pnrker, .Memphis
Cltvof llelena, St. Xouls
K.O Elliott, St, Louis
St. Joseph, St. Louis
City of Chcitor, Memphis
1'. P. (JrMcoy, Naihvlllo
City of Vieksburg, Vickslurg
Steamer Tyrone, Nnlivillo
snity nautn, .Slemphis
" Hello Memphis, .M.mplilj
" Idlowlld, .Memphis
" Mnrbln City, St. Louis
" J. D. Parker, Cincinnati
" City of Helena, Vlcksburg
" E. C. Elliott. Memphis
" St Joseph, .Memphis
" City of Chester, St. Louts
" Quickstep, Evatisvlllo.
" Illinois, Columbus
inn MlDY COAL.
Steamboat supplied at any time, both day
llld night Willi either Liiinn ir I'lmsiiiii'i
Coal, in any ipianllty nil I on usual terms
i inc yarn in uraiul Tower. Illinois. .pr.
'I'U contracts oirered mi f.ivorilit,. n rntv
11 ,s "' V' ()''YI irAXT, Gell. Sllpt.
D. O. Hokkk, Sale.. Agent. J
ro.vniTio.v or tub Kivuns.
The Ohio nt this point has been rtslng
lowly sinco .Saturday night, nnd will
irobably become stationary inbldo of 48
lours. Tho Mississippi had eiinsiih.rnbl..
floating Ico passing out ypjtsrdHy.
Special illspaiehps to Tin: Iti'i 1 rns-
port Hip eonillllon of the Ohio and Ml..
uppi rivers nt various points.
M'.sl.VEM AND WCATIlril.
Thore was not much business done nt tho
landings yestoiday owine to tl.o lack .,f
tonnage, which It seems Is Impostiblo for
uursmppen iDoutnin. During the pnst
iuw uuys 1110 weallior has bson verv cold:
yestordsy It moderated somo little.
Tho Idlowlld had a larL'o nutnlwr ..f
Evunsvilliuns 011 board coIul' to .Mnmni.it
to witness Mardl Gras festivities. Satur
day night thuy lied a mnsqucrsdo ball on
fuaru anu an uaa a jolly jjood time.
Tho Andy Ilaum ran into dm .w.
abovo hero whllo coming down aid toro
away a small portion of tho boiler deck
guard on tho stnrbonrd side.
Tho Hollo .Mumphls and Elliott
plenty of passongcrs, for Memphis, who
auenu jiarai Ural. They each added
leverai couples or Cairoitc3.
Tho l'annio Lowis. for Ousel.lt.i riiF
passed Cape Girardeau Sundnv .t trYit anil
as nothing bus been scon of her at thit
place, sho very likely has passod down
without landing boro.
Tho Quickstop, from Evnnsvllle, camo
in sovcrnl Lours behind titno, bringing a
Tho Arlington had a Mr trip for the
Tho Glasgow tried to knock down tho
Johnionville bridge a row days ngo, but
onmo out second best. Sho was consider
nbly damaged but not sunk, is ronorfpd.
Tho Northwestern was to leave last
night for Natchos, and way points, loaded
flat down. Sho also tows the bargo Blue
uiru loaded with frsiuht.
Tho Eckert has stopped working at tho
sunkon bargo Lllzu until Capt. Dugar ar-
r.ves, wnicn will prohab v bo this nr..
in f, and thon she will bo railed.
I ho Crescont City loft bare-o 'n. -ir,
hero to bo loaded with Now Orleans
Mr. Georgo Gilmorc, salesman ior tho
Cairo City Coal company for several
years, has been sppolntcd superintendent
of tho yard, vico C. W. Wheeler resigned.
Dispatches wero received hero from St.
Louis to stop all Anchor lino boats hero
on account of tho river being full of ico.
J ho t.resccnt City started up yesterday.
but could not make it against tho ice, nnd
returned and paid off her crew.
PHIL. 110W AUD,
C'ltr A'atloDStl Bank Ballitluv.
.5pfcci3l siunticn paid to ardors iron man
basis Dlnht oriiT
mado on Friday and Saturday last. "Wo
nolo snles of 3 cars tncUcd Jf(7)3Cej 111
bngs black .15c; .150 bags ml sod 3tic; 0 cars
In bulk 33c; 10 cars In sacks del 37038c; 1
car whlto In sacks del '13c; 1 enr black In
sacks del 45c; 1 enr hUck mixed 39c
It cars mixed In tacks 47c;
100 lacks on ardors del -lOci
WHEAT 1 enr, No 1 soft spring, sold
or $1 42.
TOBACCO Transactions nrn brisk
nnd rates still'. Thu market Is well sup
plied. Lugs bring M 20(0 45;leuf
$7 r.0t0; bright lenf,Sllll BO.
UUTTEU-tTho demand Is good; prices
raugo ns previously quoted. Sales wore:
10 package, 202oc; COO lb?, I820c; 40
packages, choice- roll, 23rt)25c; 'J03 lbs roll,
EGGS Plenty and dull. Sales wtrn
0 boxes, 18f?20c; 3 barrels, 17c; S00 dor.on,
31EAL Is in fair request; quotations
unchanged. Sates compriso C0U barrels at
$2 -lO'J Li; 300 bids, steam dried, S2 CO;
1000 bbls. Meam dried, delivered, $2 65
2 CO; 7 cars, $i 52 CO.
POULTIIV-Q.tlct and unchanged.
AVo nc.to sales of 3 coups of chickens,
3 50; 8 do.en chickens, $3 fiO; 1 dozen
turkeys, per dozen, $ 12; 3 doajn drcsted
chickens, ?3 fit).
POTATOES Tho in.itkct Is dull; the
supply cxccc-Js tho demand. Sales report;
pd were: t.'i bbls fr:m store, $2 75; 100
bbls, Peach Blows, S2 7o.
APPLES Cholco nro In demand, 15
bbls, lien Davis, sold for $-1 pur bid.
PLASTEHINO HAUL 35c V bushel.
LIME. In lots ?1 25 to 1 60 V bid
CEMENT At wholesalo 82
2 GO fs bid.
COAL OIL 2E30c.
POTATOES-Perbbl2 75 to 3 00-
, (lrNNlES-lte.ewed 2J bushel LJo
HL'ltLAPS 2J bus comtijoz l.'ic; do 10
or. 10c; 4 bus Oct. 20c; f bl.s Slo; V, bus 22c.
PIlOVlSiyNS.-Sugar Cured Hams
Four rooms occupied by Dr.
Wardnor, ovor lk. Atlor's grocery store,
No. 113, Commercial Avcnuo. Knquiro
at O10 store of 0. 1). Artor, 2.20-tf
Pricb CfKiiENT Orrtce, 1
Cairo, Monday, Eeb, 24, lb73.
There has been no change of Importance
In tho general market sinco our last rcnort.
Tho great need of our dealers continues to
no incomes for shipping, nnd traJo is
crippled and transactions retarded for tho
want of it. "Wharfboats and stores are
full of accumulated freight, and mer
chants aro cornpolled to contlnuo storing
their receipts, being unablo to procure ton
nngo to ship them. Prices have a down
ward tendency and advices from tho South
rsport a decline thoro. Freights aro un
changed. CSrCorrespondcnts should bear in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from ilrst hatidn, unless
olherwlso staled, and that in filling small
orders higher prices mut bo paid.jj
BALK A!!!! 'IL'OTATIONM.
FLOUIt llcccipts contlnuo laro nnd
stock Is accumulating. Loss nctivlty in
tho market is anticipated, owing to tho
scarcity of tonnage. Kales embrace. 5,075
nun various grades at Cg!lo f,u; 300 bbls
XXX $7 5U7 75; 100 bbU winter wheat
atS8tl); 200 bbls XXX -winter wheat at
HAY Tho demand isllmited no buy
ers in the market. Good to eholcu is of
fored at $1820 and not taken. Salss
wore 1 car cholco timothy at 21; 11 cars
prime, 2020; 1 car choice, $24; 3 cars
timothy, $2022; 2 ears prairie, S17.
COIIN There is not much whito corn
In the market, and but a moderato supply
of mixed. Sales iimbraco 1G cars white in
sacks '19($50L'i 312 bags mixed 47c; 2 cars
in bulk 60c; 1 car mixed In bulk 38e; 5
cars mixed in bulk on track 38c; 10 cars
inixod In sucks del -17l8c; 375 sacks
whito 011 orders 50c; COO sacks mixed I80
OATS The mnrket is dull and well"
supplied. Sales quoted wero nearly all
Clear Sides Hiiclin,
ltrciikfastllacon, lift. 12c.
SOAP. SchacU'er's German
7jc; Champaign soap, 7Jc.
TALLOW, "ft ft 7c.
SUllAIt Coflee "A. lQln
Powdered aud Granulated Sugar 11 to 14Jc;
1'llEIGirr COTTON. Compressed, to
Nkw YottK, Mc; lo liosTON SI 00. Un
compressed, to Nkw Yoitic, $1 14: tollos
TEAS-Iiiiperlal, 7t(Ti'2r.; Gunpow
der, TTai 25; Oolong li.ack, 7SCil 00
loung nyson, f 1 vwal 40.
.n?J-,.IiES,:-Nc,v York Factory, new, tl
SYItUPS-Cholcc gallon, G5c(jj CO
New Orleans, Kt'Oc.
n-01' KJ':KJ,uv"' ""-c ; Laguayra, 24
2.. Itlo. Prime to Choice, 21 to 2ic.
HltOOMS. Common House ilozcn, $1
5C'j Choice to Extra, ?2 002 75 ; S. II. ?4 50
F11EIGIIT TO MEMPIILS.-yioui, 40c ,
Hay, 80 00 Corn ."H cwt., 2i)c. ; Oats, Sue.
Potatoes. T tbl., 40c. ; Arrles.40.:.; Pork,
40. ; A hlsk , We. ; Lumbci, is M. $7 00;
Heavy rrclgnt'tt ewt..20c.
TO NEW OULEANS.-Klnur 't bbl, COc. :
otatocs COc.; Apples, GOc." Pork, 70.;
, urns), 5 ou, 11 uy p 1011, ou; com it.
wt., .'!Uc. ; Oats, ajc. ; Tobacco hho.
5 00; Cotton ft hale, 81 Lumber V
31.10 00. Heavy freight, s cwt 30
TWO MUIIT.S OlKiV.
TUESDAY AM) WEDNESDAY
februnr- 'J3 nud un,
.. II. IIAVEllLY, Max ao en,
Will have the honor of nnnp.irln l.pfnrn tlm
citizens of this city In si scries ol their S. dree
ic r.uujic, inirouiiciiig eacuemcrtatumcut
Entire Change or Pp.ookamme,
POPULAR AND TALENTED ARTISTS
Prominent among whom arc
CAN FIELD AND BOOKElt,
.Song and Dance Artists,
Great California Quartette !
"WeM-INU IlltOS. ANU J. "V. FltETH,
FINE ORCHESTRA AND 1MIASS HAND
riri'ltlCE-) AS U.irAL, Doors open at
7; coiiimenciii at ii.
t; lltescn cd seats on salo at 1), llailiuali'K
D.l. IIODCKS, (Jcn'l Ag't.
II. Cl.Al'HAM, AihcrtlsiiiK A'srt. 2-2.'l3t.
CAIIIO AND PADUCAII
Tlm jId3U steamer
Dick 1'owlkk, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (.Sunday oxcoptod) at
ip.ui ror ireigiu opassagu appiy 011 uoat or
to J as. M.M.LOUV. A't.
a AM WILSON,
P K All S I I
Onio Lstxx Oaibo, III.
COMMIfWIOBT AND ffORfVABDIHO.
VOIlWAltDINa AND COMMISSION
MEH VII ANTSS.
DEALERS IN PJ OUR ;
Am! Agent of
SIIIO HIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lf.vkk,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
((successors to K, 11. Urmlrics A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
LlbrI AdTsncemktmade c2sf
Ufon Conslxnnicnts. mf
Are prepsrtd to ruceise, store and lorwsrJ
ftelghte to all points aaJ buy nJ
sell on commisiiun,
sDiislness tinilMl to rrnmptly; ,
S. I). AYKKH.
I.'. .1. A YKIt".
AYERS k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Onto LeviK, U.vino, Ills.
J. A. OUNNINOIIAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIIIO, - - - ILLINOIS
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John 1). Phtltis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LICVf.
G. M. ALDKX,
Late of Thomas & Aldcn,
l'LOUIt, MLAL, GRAIN, HAY, .ve.
No, 13.'( Ohio Li:vi:k, Caiuo.
jSTCash advances on (loods ou sight.
ItllKKUKNCi'.H : City National Hank ol
Calm, l'irst National Hank of Chicago,
WHOLESALE AND IIPTAIL
1TO. 7-JL- OHIO riluV3r
Ilolnil and Prescription
f Corner WashltiKtnn Ave
ami j-.iginii slu-ct.
P XJ G
"OtKKm sssJ liiift WsiTflMBsiT
f chamois nnd ralildt sKIn,
rr Weak lunys.
At HARCLAY HROrf.
FOR f-OIti: THROAT,
Prepared and told
II v BARCLAY UR03
And Disinfectants lor .Stable
At HARCLAY IIROS.
c PINE CIGARS,
. IIO.NIIV lli:i:."
" YOl Nti A.MLIiK'A,
And "Universal Standard."
r At 1IAROLAY RROS.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, JJay, etc.,
AUii.ia yOR FAlltU AIM Js. B bUALit.:
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholewnlf nuit Retail tiriicer,
Ha on hand at all limes Vegetables, Trults
lliitterand Kiik, l.uril,
Hosev, TcoriCM. FituiT.i, Etc., uEto
J3TA11 ;oods 'Warranted I'resh, and sold
at small Prollt.
N. 11. Parcels dclltcred to any part of the
city to Customers.
WEST MftF. COMMERCIAL AVE., ISKTWEKN
l'tll A.VII I8lh HTttKKTS
P. G. Schuh.
"THE 3STB"W SYSTEM.
0R0CEBI18 RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
phiceh ron CAM II.
AT U. O. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WABIIIKOTOH AVKNTJE, DETWEESf TENTH
AKIl ELEVKHTU ttTItEKTS,
5C bi. dry Cutis, Sujrar for l - - ?5 0
9 " ' ... 1 on
uj Ibi. A coffee Sucar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
1 " Prlino Rio Coffee for - - 1 Of.
SJ Cholco " . . 1 o(
3 " Old 0'ivernment Java - - 1 0C
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods now and full woight glvon. Cal)
HENRY ILASENJAC. Elt,
And Dealer In
YEGKTARLK9, FRUITS, KdOS,
LARD, rltKSII JIUTTKR, LIVE
AND DltErfrfKD PoULTRY,
ritKSII HALTED AM;
SMOKED FISH, KTO.
All Goons "Wauuantkii FitLiii
And sold at the lowest prlrcs furcash,
CSy-Eighth street, between Commerelal
and Washington avenues.
AnU Dealer In - '
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGOS, LARD
FRESH IlU'ITEit, ETC. ' '
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE & RRO.
oucral Commission Mcrcliantu
133 OHIO LEVKK,
7 V. MATUUbB.,
K. O .Ulll
MATI1USS & UHL,
Commissi on Mero uants
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
C3J All Goods warranted fresh, aud sold
r;'jo lowest prices. '
Corner 0th St. audCommerclalAvc.
GREEN & OILiJERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willlsm n.Ornen, )
Willism H Oiltiort, V CAIftO, ILMNOIH,
Miles F.OIlterl, J
MTSpei. stttndon glrea to Adrntraltr tad
orrtcx onioLEvacuooMB 7 ajtd 8ovrb
OITY NATIONAL 1IAJIK.'
David T. Llnestr. John. 31. Liinwlen.
LIN EG AR k LANS DEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ofllco on Seventh street, Winter's block
old olllco of LlucBiir, Jluuu & Pojio. 'J-3l-lin
, ' . AND
31ISS ST. J. 0AT.SQJN
AVislics to rail attention to her stock of Toys,
Notions ami Fancy Goods aud ritnjilo Artl
eles coii.ls'lnn ol Dolls In great variety,
1. nilli.s' Wnrk.hnve ot Ann niiiilltv l'ilil..
lection or uneap jewelry, Also Uno
van liens. ricturesauui'ictureFrauios, and
many othor articles too numerous to'wsis
Ion. All aro iuvited to call. No.'ltOCom.
mcrclal avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
. Cldldron's Dishes, Toy Wairons. lnf
g, Jlpuby Hpr.es, Fluo Sllvor.plated
in Nickel Silver. F no Tablu-knlms
ItllllfH, China Vases, tin -. a I'.m.l m