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MCAfc W1ATMIE KEFOBT.
t-y 'P" 'fc-.W. WTJ, 10:11 n.nv
Tshj(MfcWsfcrtsji JJ '4flfroM
HMtkw,' velocity 6 mile per
' mmAemf,Mifniar last Sll hoars,
fettles.. 4)'dearee. - ' - f
JMiihnim'fcmpWMnret last 14 hours, at
I'uiiwllni wind lstSt hnnrs, wcs'r,
TM Bitiftlfftr of telle wind travelled, last
--. datio W, nAnxrrr, Obicncr.
' The.OWe river Isrslllntr.
Yesterday ni a clear but cold day.
$ Hr. Tl Dexter, ono of the proprietors of
the Hedderlek Howe of Evansvllle, Ind.,
was bs eke city yesterday.
, O. A. Wl'lsrd and T. A. MtsOl-
Isnd.orthn JChcm Evening 'Mad, called
lFoK fl Atst The cnttiwre now standing' on
lot 9 hla.-k.4n, nrar corner Washington vc
r nit and Tenth street Enquire at this of-
i " - - "' - '
j sfpe wetT wa tUIMo In some of tho lew
' jrisca in tho city yestenhy. The river Is
I fnMn? nnd.it Is probab'e tho "sine water will
i The C. ami V. Kallro.nl company ore' tin.
' In a fto- business. It t now bringing to
Cairo from flftccn to twenty cart loaded
Fnn Saul My entire, itnck of groceries,
saddle, harness, and laming Implement, at
wholeale orjeUll. D. AltTKR.
1 Th tobacco aaliw nt' 8trnthn & WnVle's
wareho'te on Tenrt street takes place to
day. Fifteen hothead and five boxes nre
on the breaks. A good attendance it -anticipated.,
II. AWeNo. 3 Seventh street, lia Jutt rr.
cei vm m entire sew stoctc or wan paper and
window shades, which wtll be sold at lowest
price. , n. Abu.
FfMk Handly and Theo Carrigsn re
torn yetr4ay from the Memphis "Mard!"
Qraa;earalral., They glvo a glowinc ;ac-
V count of the affair and estlraite that there
were twenty-live thousand strangers there
Dr.' Wardncrhasmoved hit offlce and resi
dence, lnlo the aecond story or liii new
bull Mat;, NoUI Commercial avenue, where
he stay h found" day or-Blght except wbca
necea arity absent on provisional business.
To-day li the eightieth birth-day of the
parent ol Mr. A. Coming of this city. Thl
venerable conp)e reMdo In Cornlih, New
Hampshire. Jllne year ago. to-day they cele
brated their gulden wedding having been
married fifty yean. They reildo In the, vil
lage where they were married, and on the
earns koaostead lot on which. Mr. Coralns,
now eighty years old, wa born. Mr.
Comlnn and one Utter were tho only
chil Iren ol their parent and the lister and
herhusband celebrated thclrgolden Wedding
ten years ago, and are still living In the cn
Joymcnt ol a hale and hearty old age. The
mother of this sifter and brother witnessed
tho golden wedding of both, and died five
year ago, aged nl letv-sevca years. The
father and mother of Mr. Comings arc
healthy and active and give promtso ofliv
lug many years to come .
FOB RE.V r.
Four light, airy and comrmdlom bmlness
offices. Enquire at P. Cuhl'a new building,
So. 80 Ohio livee. S-23tr
Fire hundred bbls. choice peach blow po
tatoes; boxes oranges; 10 boxes lemons;
2,003 cocoa-nuts; 21 bbls sweet potatoes by
2-2V3t O. M. Aldus, ia Ohio Lcvce.
FOR S LE.
A fine brood sow and 4 shoals for salo
cheap, if applied lor within the next three
days. Wm. K. I'itcukr,
Eighteenth street and Commercial avenue.
Destralnt will positively be made - upon
personal property for' the taxes due upon
both real and personal estate aftrr March
in. TMi means badness. '
did Alkx. n. IrVin, Collector
JVDfll dross, rRxsroiKo.
County court met yesterday pursuant to
tn adjoornment. In the matter of tho es
tate of Thomas L. Morgan, doceased, Fat
rick Morgan filed bis bond aa administrator
of said estate. The bond was examined and
approved. It was ordered t.iat letters of ad
mlnlitrathn luo to him, provided be
takes the proper oath. And It was farther
ordoredthat Geo. W. Erwln, Fatriek Solll
vtn aad John Lynch be appointed to value
and Appraise the property of said estate.
In tho matter of the special assessment of
sundry lots for the construction and rcoon
struetlon of side-walks, the court made tho
following ordort After a careful examina
tion It appears that the commissioners failed
ti follow the law provided for special assess
ments and special taxes tor Improvement on
contiguous property, etc. The lawspeclally
providing that auch special taxes on contig
uous property for ImnrovemenU. etc.. shall
be levied, assessed and.coilected in tho am
manner as provided for.by law, and accord
ing to the mode of levying, assessing and
cmiecung special assessment, it was there
fore ordered that tho said assessment of
spcrhl taxes is not approved and that the
nine be recast, to the samp commtalonor
for levying and making a new assestment
with Infractions to follow the law as pro
vided for in sections 18 to fit Inclusive, of the
set refrrlng to special assessments. This or.
dcr also to Includo and apply to thoso cases
wherein objections have been filed by the
owners. The court also ordered that in all
cases wherein no action had been taken this
term, the satno stand continued to next
term. Thereupon the court adjourned until
court in course.
ON BOARD THE IDLEWILD.
RETURNING FROM MEMriUS MABDI
RESOLUTIONS Of THANKS ADOPTED
UY TUE EXCURSIONISTS. .
, . CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, IBRUIRY 28, 1873
On Monday evening, March 3,-at the Athe-
neum 1'ror. liaviu waix win lecture on
"Spurgeon and Ills Works." He- Is an ablo
speaker, bating traveled In Europe two
years tn preparation. Draws good hou.es
whereverbe goes. Don't fall to bear him.
Ticket for reserved seats can be had ati.
At a meeting held on board tho popular
steamer Idlewlld on her return trip, by the
excursionists to Mardl Gras at Mcraohls. the
following proceedings wcro had and rcsolu-
nons auopteu. Col. O. Yr. ShafTcr from
Terra Haute, Indiana, was cbptten president,
and Mr. L. Donaldson of Tlplonvlllc, Tenn
Tho followlnggcntlemen were annolntoda
committee to draft resolutions viz :
Dr. J. W. Crawford. Blrdsvllle.KentucVr!
E. Q. Smith, Esq., Evansvllle: Dr John
Thompson, Tlptonvllle ; Capt. W. U. Adams,
Tiptonvlllcs Frank M. Hundley; Esq., Cairo ;
VT. L. Parker, Eq.. Evansvide ; Thomas
McCoy, Esq., Golcond t : John Watts, E.q.,
Smltdland ; W.P.CI rk,K9q.,Clerelnd, Ohio;
who dratted the following resolutions which
wcro unanimously ad .pled by tbe meeting:
inai wucreas, a graterul acknowledge
ment of favors done and kindnesses render
ed is an attribute of all good men ; and.
whereu. we. tbe ladies anil ovnti-mpn
sengers of tho steamer Idle wild, have been
recipients 01 ko many acts or kindness on
the part of the officers of s tld boat, and
reeling deeply gratelul as we do, it Is a
source of pleasure tomato acknowledgment
ui wu uuiiiiuk cuuru o renoer our inp
to;Mrdl Uras" a Joyous one: therefore,
Its If '
Resolved. 1st. That tbe thanks of this
meeting aro due W, A. Lowth, capUIn:
L. It. ,1 bonus, clerk, and tbe other
officer ol the steamer for their
muny attentions contributing to the enjoy,
ment nnlcomroit of all tbe passengers on
this trio: for which crraleful immiiran
tr.in us will be but a partial repayment of
Re.j..lvcd, That tbe Cairo, Memphis, Ev.
onsxllle, Golcouda amLHickman papers be
r--queted to publish these resolutions.
. J. W. SHAFMJt, Preit.
L. DnXLSO.V, Secy.
OS UoartD, Feb. 28, 1873.
Tho following tinned the resolutions :
Mles Hodge, Scmonln, and Combs; Mrs.
Dexter, Evansvllle; Mrs. Itodge and Lowth,
Golcond; Mrs. Watts, Smlthland; Mrs. T.
II. Watts. Memphis; Mrs. Riley, RUty's Lan
ding; tbe Misses Mcriiweather, Cronan.
Eagan, Nail and others of TlptonvlUe. and
many other ladies from all points. Theodore
Carrlgan, Esq., ami F. M. Hundley. Esq..
Cairo; W. L. Parker and E. Q. Smith, Eqe.,
Evansvllle; J. J. Watts, Esq., Smith-
land; Dr. J. W. Crawlord, Blrdsvllle;
Col. G. W. Shaffer. Terrs Haute: Mai. Tom
McCoy, Golcond; Capt. Henry French, r.v.
ansvtue; capt. Will French. Evansvllle: Mr.
Fisher, Cincinnati; Messrs. Donaldson, Hill,
ni.- f.-i...-..i . '. '
iwu, Mviiinctiucr suu iweaiy uuiers,
iipioovuie; capt. TomU-irnett, Henderson;
. r. viarx, correspondent Cleveland
Ltader; and a xiutseveuty-tbree others.
An are uencciortb and forever acnts of
TWENTY DOLLVItS REWARD.
Lost, yesterday, a diary containing re
ceipts aau outer uapers or no us to aov one
except the owner. Thebookalvx-ontalned
V30 8) cent In greenbacll. Tbe finder 1
hereby Intormed that be may keep tb-
money, but is requested to return the book
and papers to J. E. Parks, at the Little
Kentucklao saloon. 2-2i-Ct
CAIBO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
An election for president, vice president,
and eleven directors of the chamber of com
merce, to serve for the ensuing year, will be
ueiui me oince or u. u. Wildsmwn, on
'tuesoay, March 4, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Uy order ol the Hoard of Directors.
J. li. Ul'MPnuEYS. Secy.
Cairo, Feb. 2 1878. 8-U(K5t
February 31, Tbe Origin of Man.
25, Scientific Mortis.
20, Universal Religion.
27, Fulfilled Proph cles.
23, Spirit Sophistries.
1, Tbe tteasonablcneu ol
Four rooms lately occupied by Dr
Wardncr, over Dr. Alters grocery store,
No. 113, Commercial Avenue. Enquire
at the store of (J. D. Arter. J-l'O-lf
Mr. T's scientific and moral lectures wll
speak lor themselves, MaXaOJEH.
AUCTION SALE? -i
I will sen at pnlille auction on Moiisjsy,
March 3, at 9 a. ra., al the saloon ot W.
llriudle, No. 00, Ohio levee, between Eighth
and Tenth street, a large assortment of
iiousenoiu and kitchen furniture, consisting
or ars,.ciuurs,'beditesd, matretses, pi!
lows, tables, cooking and beating stoves.
Also -ounUr, shelves, etc. Salo positively
2-'J8tj ;--D. Hatitmaw, Auctioneer.
DRB06MAKING MADE EASY.
I, iii s
TBE NATIONAL DKE3C TRIMMINGS
Loud Beksland, K. Dale and J. II. Ca
gle, Vienna, Illlnos; John A. Vick, Ullln
Illinois; Tho. F. Kerr, Mound City; II.
a. Eggas, Memphis, Tennessee; Charles
Cnrwu, S. P. railroad; James MIlw, W
J. Harris and T. T. Forster. Illinois: C,
Uowell, Cincinnati; Will Lady and faml
ly, Tennesiec; John Usln, Vienna, Illinois;
It. J. Johnson, Fulton, Tennessee; M. V
Rodney, Blrdvllle, Missouri; Th. Ilanl
ford, Ulrdvllle, MUsour, II. F. Pwrterflsld
TV. A- Ileusby, A. G. Kerguion, R. 1'
Kawler, W. T. Koken, "y. II. Matlock
St. Lnuli; Samuel jAlmsrd.Tolodo; F. PoU
ler, Milou Ohio; II. Jt. Hubbard. Anna:
r ti rt
J. u. oponcer. at Lou s: J. (!. Willis nH
la ly, Now Orleans; S. U. Mmhart, Hart-
ln; j. it upstuw, Hickman: Gio.
wcyuigg, I'oraeroy Ohio; C. T. Odlom
ym. worm, ymncy; w. r. Clark and
ife. Oblo; K. F. Smith, Evansvlll ; O.
Wllllsrd, Tbos. McClelland, Chicago ;
A. UucKlnghnm, Decatur; John Lee, Jr,
It. a. warneld, W. U.Oakly, C. and V
railroad; P. Daggy, Chicago ; John W'
Fiply, Ccntralia ; Tho. Tarr, Minouri.
quenct. Tk weather wm cold Ic-dsy.aarl)
a brUk, sharp wind has been blowing all;
day. Tbe eold weather of the put wet
has caused the. formation of new
Ico In the Mississippi river above,
and navigation has been Intorup'ted
again front 'fit, Louli to this city. No
boats leave here for that point the river
being full of fco. Transactions haVe not
been active since our. lest review of, tbe
market, bat shipping facilities were im
proved to-day, and merchants woro able
to clear off some of tbolr accumulated
stock. A large amount of freight has
been on band here at all time during the
winter, and even with tonnage plenty It
will take sometime to get it roduced to
an ordinary supply,
FLOUR The msrkot is moderatolr
supplied and the demand is lighter.
Sales embrace 1195 bbls Various grades,1
$5 60$10 CO.
CORN Mixed is in good supply.
White is scarce; receipt are too small to
Bli the order demand. Salts were 3 cars
mlsed in sacks dsl, 47c; 3 cars In elevator
3Sq 687 bags white, 61c; 8 cars white, SOc;
I car In bulk, 40c; 10 cars whito, on or-
dirs, 61c, 17 cars mixed, 48o;
30 sacks mixed from store, 60054c; 12
cars white, sacked, 60c; 0 cars mixed,
OATd Are arriving In large quantles
and doalers are storing supplies. We
note sales of 2 cars In bulk,2429r 3 can
on track, sacked, Sirs 1 car on orders, 29c;
25 cxrs in sacxs, 3447c; 13 bugs 3f35c.
HA Tbe raarknt exhibits no activi
ty. SIes are few and stjck largo. Siles
reported were 1 car choloo timothy deliv
er od (21; 3 cars fair timothy $18: 60 bales
mlxod, 110; 6 cars mixed, $18020; 4 rats
BRAN 180 bags sold for $18 per
BUTTER Continues In good supply.
Oiimand light. Hales were 10 tubs choice
roll. Sl2i5c; 600 lbs, 10318c; 10 pkgs
IC30q 100 lbs choice roll, 25c; 16 tubs
choice, solid psckud, 25c.
EGGS Prices still tend downward.
Sales woro 43 pkgs, 16017c; 1,878 doz 150
POULTBY Very ltttlo in tho market
and no inquiry. Turkeys are
dull at $12 per doz, out
side figures. Ooods-hons bring $3 COQi;
mixed chickens $508 60; ducks $2 6003.
MKAL Transactions light for want
of shipping facilities. Sales wero 100 bbls
slack cooperage $3 CO, 300 bbls S3 66; SOU
bbls steam dried del $2 00; COO bbls J3t.
CbarlfS $2 CO02 C5.
POTATOES Ltttlo doing. Sales com
prise 80 bbls from store, poach blows
$2 60; 40 bbls from store $3 7C3; 20 bbls
early rose $405; too bbls seed varities $3
600; 60 bbls choice small lots on orders
$3 31; 400 bushels mixed 65c.
PROVISIONS-Dreticd bogs bring
$5 6009 per hundred; dressed beef 6o
round lots; dressed mutton, 008c; 4
dressed hogs brought 15 35 per hundred;
2 dressed beeves fijc per, pound.
APPLES 25 bbls common sold for
SUNDRIES Dried peaches, cholco
halves, are quoted at 69c; dried apples,
choice, 606c; turnips, 6 bbls brought
$1 250T2; onions aro quoted at $50$ 6 per
bbl; .cabbage, $80112 per hundred.
jobuiho r KICKS.
LIME Is solline in lots at SI 26ftl 60
CEMBNT-In lot sells at S202 60
uuAb uiu JJsmsnd fair at ZP30c.
BAOGLNG Demand active for re.
awed gunnies, 3 bus at 38c; 3 bus do 20c.
Burlaps ere in demand 0 or, 'i bus 16 jo
sacb; do.JOoz 16c, 4 bus oats 30c; 6 bus
ate; o bus vie.
HAMS-Sugar cured slain. Is sellinr
in lots at 12J0I3C.
UAivUi uiear sides elOo. Break
fast bacon 11013c.
BEESWAX quiet at 80c.
SOAP German mottled Tie. Cham
TALLOW quiet and selling at 7c.
SUGAR. Active and sllinefai2sc for
coffee A ; 14t4Jo for crushed, powdered
TBASImperial, 751 25 ; Gunpow-
er. 7srai 25: Uolonv hUrb IfSS ci .
Young Dfyson, S11 40. '
uucnaii uo.kj demand; Hew York
factnr.v V lb 161017c.
BY HUPS The demand is far for
cboice at UVAIl W aal and Now Or
leans a) C07uc.
COFFEE Scarce. Java selline at
3n03ic; Laenayra 3425c, Kio, prime
to t hniea 3425c
UHUUM3.-uull; common house sell
at $1 60; choloo and extra choico
75 ; stesmboat $4 6006 00.
FREIGUT Cotton, comnressed. to
New Yurk, 85c: to Boston. 11 tin.
compreued, to New York, $1 14; to Bos
FREIGHT TO MEMPHIS.-Flour.
4ic, Hy, $8. C..rn V cwt, 20c.; Oati,
2ilc. l'0Utns. V bbl.. iQj : Ann e 4'ln :
P-.rk. 40c.; Whisky. 60o : Lumber M.
$7 ; 11 freight "31 cwt . 20c.
TO NEW ORLEANS. Flour W bbl.
75c.; Potatoes 60c; Apules. 60c.: Pork.
75c; Whisky. $1 60; Hy ton, $7 C(:
Corn "f) cwt., 30c. ; Oats, 30c, Tobacco IS
hbd'Si; Cottcn 'A bale. SI 60: Lum
ber M. $10. Heavy freleht. "A cwt..
Freight conttnuo plenty and the rates
Tbe.weatber turned suddsnlycold night;
before last and remained so yesterday.
The Idtowlld came In from Bi. Louts
flying light and stopped here, and Is now
loading for Mompbls. She was crowded
with ladles and gentlcmon, who, to show
tfaolr appreciation of tho many kindnesses
shown to them by, hor officers, bald a
meetlor on board, tbo proceedings of
which tvIII be found elsewhere To her
porter, Jim Conway, they all feel thankful
for tho mmy marks of attention showed
tbein on tho round trip, and Jim will long
remembored by tbam as being ono of tho
most polite and Accommodating porters on
the rlvor. His museum of curiosities is
somotbing wonderful and lays Barnum in
Tho John Kylo carao in with a fair trip
and filled out here. She ran aground on
on hor way out and was detaloed a few
The Crescont City will swap tows with
the Bee wbon thoy meet. She (Crcsent
City) raturns to Now Orleans ; sho will
make additions to her tow hero.
The Idlewlld will sond hor Ohio river
passengers up on the jQnlokslep this morn
ing and will leaf o this evonlng for Mem
phis and way point.
Tbe Ironsides started tn. St, Louis again
yesterday with hr tow and. this time she
will be successful.
The Comet' passed up with a low of
barges and could hardly stem tbo strong
current on account ot nor barges being,
P Bill.. HOWARD,
Cltr XaUoataa Basik Bnlldls.
M.Hpoit stUutioo paid to orlors from iean
h"M flleht fflsT
n at Skis. iiAMAsllhAit,
FIL LEY'S FAMOUS
ABE MADE SOLELY BY TI1E
EXCELSIOR MANF'G COMPANY
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Are doing more and
e)sslrkr sssssl Cheaper
i tun any Store of tame cost,
AND OPERATE rERFEOTLY
Will do your
Charter COOKING CHEAP.
QU1CU ASH C LEAPT.
C. TV. HENDERSON,
IIYLAND & SAUER,
AMD DIALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVEBY DE3CBJPT10.S ,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenus
noxt door to the Uyland saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILL3.
Jill fashion MsgsKine, recommend tlirm
s llag she Hsst leutltul and best trim
lBfVlr blswK. alpsc and mnhalr sulu.
3 SIR ty BJTUAJTs m u HOUHW.
MARKE r REPORT.
Pmosj CtjaaiKT Orrt'ci.S
Cairo, Tbuisday, Feb. VI, 1873.
- t OKHKRAL BRUABU.
Tbe weatber to-day has been clear over-
head, tbe sun shining brightly. The
I strefts, however, are In a very mudd
I condition, and street locomotion is re
tarded and made' dlsagreeble la coase-
ElOUTU STRBBT, BCTWKCM WAflniMOTOK
IdjolalsiB Bl'tsahoasf sad Itsaar's
--r w, wva.. run, aHMfll VSS.I.
Uhtdd, Swsaae. ate., -ndars oranarad uum
oitisxos id the most tnt ptMs) manner.
oeaaiMiwM Air ssjBWAsiafiif a.
PORWARDINQ and COMMI88ION
DEALERS. IN FIOUR;
And Afteats of
niO tUTEX AMD KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
J. M. 1'UILLIFS & CO.,
(Uuceessors to G. B. Uendrien A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdTaneemsiits is ads uSSaJf
upon CoasianiaeDUs. setV
An pr;rd to rscair. stor aad lorward
freuihtc to all points aad buy anil
sU oa eommlMion,
eRnsliis aititDriad to prmapUr;
Its 1 ' '
' " 'WIIOLE8ALE AND RETAIL
3STO. 74 OHIO LluVJallE-
Betail and Prescription
Corner Washington Ave.
and Eighth street.
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Of chamois and rabbit "kn,
for weak lungs. f'
At BARCLAY BROS.
XjO 12 E2ST O-B S
FOR 80nE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
Br BARCLAY BROS
And Disinfectant (or, Stables
At BARCLAY BB08.
0 FINE CIGARS,
And Universal Standard."
At BARCLAY BROS.
S. D. AYBKfl.
E. J. AYXR9.
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lxtzx, Cairo, I lis.
Dick Fowlxb, Captain
Leave Cairo DAILY. rSundav'exeenterii at
3p.tn i'or freight opaaai;e apply on boat .or
l slA.,4LAUA)KT, Alt I,
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AMD DXALKB VI
1ELAZ" OATS, OOBH
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - . . ILLINOIS
JOHN B. PHLLIS k BOH,
(8aecsesor to John O. Pblllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran;, Ac.,
NEW 3S3STTERI3I2.iaE3 1
TENTH -BT. ams OHIO LEVE
G. M. ALDEN,
Ite of Thomas Alden, ,
FLOUR, MEAL, OKAIN, HAY, Ac.
JAMES KXN ASTON,
BuioniR AMD Dealbr IN ALL KlHDS O)
Corner Nimbtkmtii amd Poplar Btb,,
ltuvs and slaunhters onlv tho liast cattle
hnfr and sheep, and Is prepared to till auj
demand for fresh meats from one pound tc
ten ihniand nounils.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William n, Ureeo, 1
William n Gilbert, V
Miles f.OIIWert, j
sssrSpsMia. attsnlion glvsa to Admlratty and
OFFICE OHIO LBTBC, BOOMS 7 AMD OTRB
OITT If ATIOKAL BAWK,
Steamer Albion, Ohio river '
u Colorado, Vickiburir
11 John Kyle, 8t. L-.uls ' s
" John Lumsden, Nashville
" Idlwwlld, Unmpbis
" Illinois, Ciduinbus
" fiL Luke, Ouachita rlvor
" Conrnt, at. Louis
Steamer Albion, south
" . Colorado, St. Louis
John Luinsden, Nashvlllo
rJt. Luke, Ht. Louis
COJIDlTluX or TUERIVEBS.
The Ohio at thhTplaca commenced fall
log night before last at a slow rato. Tbo
total rise was twenty-eight feet, and when
the fall commenced it was only 9 fust bo-
low nign watar or ibot.
Tbe Mississippi river is steadily falling,
ana ice continue passing out. There Is
now about seven feet In tbe channel to St
Special dlssatcbet to the Bullitik re
port the condition of the rivers at various
-u"";r"" , Hamilton, ills., or send for free clreol trend
There was a fair amount of buslnesi jit of qu'stleM for 'home' treatment!" No
dee amen; the iWoplag yesisrd.y.
David T. Llncgar, John. M. Lansden.
LINEOAR & LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Offlcn nn flivonth atrt. Wlntne's htni-V
old oiBee if Llwegar. Munn Pope, t-21-lm
GO TO RIVER SIDE WATER CURE
No, 13S Ohio Lkvxx, Cairo.
gsTCush advance on poods on sight.
IlKPKRKMCsifl : Cltv Natlonul HnuU
Cairo, First National Oanlc of Chicago.
MILLER k PARKER, .
ao , .
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohle Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE & BRO
ooeral Commission Merobanto
lia OHIO LEVEE,
l. V. MATUUBS..
a. o ami
MATHUSS & UHL,
( AH QBBTKKAX
. If v
IAY AND f I8TIRN PKODU0I
M C)U XasTaUC.
CAIRO AND PADUCAU
The splendid lUsotr
Osn Lbtbb Oaiuo, Ti v
(P.G. gchuh. J
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholeasvle svisd Beuil Oreeer, v
Uai on hand at all times VeRetahles, Fruits
Utttter and Eggs Lard, s
Uoket, Tropical Fbcits, Etom Etc
13P All iroods Warranted Fresh, and sold
nt small ProUt.
N. Tl. Parcels delivered to anv nart of tho
Ity to Customers.
WEST BIDE COMMERCIAL AVE., BETWEEN
17th amd 18ib streets
CAf HO. ILLINOIS!.
THZ1 aSTSJW S7STSK.
OB00ERIES BETAILED AT WHOLESALE
FtUCES FOB CASH.
AT H. O. TQIELEOKE'S STORE
WASniHOTOH AVINOIC IlETWEE TXMTO
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
6C nil. dbt Cuba Suear for - - - f & 0
i ... i oo
01 lbs. A conVn Sus-ar, N. Y. Sid. - 1 Ot
1 11 Prime Rio Coffee for - - 1 0C
1 " Choice " " - . 1 0
8 11 Old Government Java I 0C
Teas and other atanla and flanev Qreea-
rie equally as cheap.
uoous now and full weight given. Call
And Dealer lu
VKGBTABLES, FRUITS, EGOS,
LARD, FRE31I BUTTER, LIVE
AND DKKSsED P ULTRY,
FRESn SALTED AND
SMOKED FlaU, ETC.
All Goods Warranted Fkesu
And sold at tho lowest prices forcasli.
tST Eighth street,' betweon Commorclal
ana wasmngion avenues.
And Dealer la
VEOETAULES. FRUITS, EGOS, LARD
FEKsll RU1TER, ETC,
3 All Goods warranted fresh,
Tit lowest prices.
MISS M. J. 0AH8QN
Wishes toeallaltentlon to her stock of Toy w
Notions and Fancy Goods and bUple Artl
cles wUrli o(Do: to t"tartrty,
Latlle Worfcboxes ol fine quality, Writing
Sugxies, HnboyHpr, Fle Rllver-platea
Ware-on NIckel BUverFlne Table-knives,
JKaapkln Blag, Cklsa Vases, aa . fWod se
i...,ii, of,. chfAsi Jewelrv. Aim inn
Call Hells, Peuwaad Picture Frasse, aa4
Corner th 8L SsT4L'ewsisreeldAT. 'ffSiTT'"' TlM4m
v"ifn 4 u t twin