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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
0. 8. 810. SM., OBSERVER'S OFF ICK,
CAIRO, March 3, 1873, 10:11 p.m.
BtriMMtef 80;81 and riling.,
mnu norueut, Telocity b miles per
Maximum tenperature last 21 hours, at
1 a. ra., SO degrees.
MJBlMUBi temperature, last 21 hour, at
5 a. ra.,11 degrees.
Prevailing wind last 21 hours, northeast,
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
31 Hours, 300,
David W. Harnett, Observer.
The weather was clear and cold yesterday.
The city council held a mcctlnglast night.
Notice of tho funeral ef Mrs. E. A,
CAIRO DAILY ifTOLLETlK. TtJfiSDAY, MARCH 4, 178
sett will appear hereafter.
Associate Judges .McCrllc and Mnrchlldon
arc In attendance on county court.
Capt. 1'. Conrad, proprietor of tluco or
lour steamboat", was in Cairo yesterday.
Capt. .Tames Miller ol Nashville, hits 'ar
rived and takes charge of tho Green Line
Jas. Coleman, n pauper belonging to Chi
cago, was yesterday sent to that city at tho
The mayor's salary under the new orderof
our city government will bo twelve hundred
dollars per annum.
Y. M. DcVassa, formerly of this city, but
now or Uhlo, is here on a visit and thinks
that Cairo's prospects arc good.
Judge Samuel Treat of the United States
district court is in the city holding the regu
lar March term of court at thl place.
Anenglneor and a butcher had a set too
' down town yesterday evening. The butcher,
j as he usually docs, drew the llrst blood.
j Mr. 11. F. llurustdo was called to Vlnccu
jnc., Saturday, by tho sudden death of bis
i youngest child, a boy about nine years of
a. nunc tor a snot cun At the Thai a sa
loon will como off next Saturday at 8 o'clock.
Four light, nlry and commodious business
otllccs. Enquire at P. Cuhl's new building.
No. 80 Ohio Isvco. 2-28tf
Immediately A coat maker and pants
maker. Only the best workman need apply,
No 10, Ohio lovec. J. Leu.vi.no.
On Friday evening last, a gold bracclot,
with tho Initials L. J. It. on tho Inside. The
finder will bo rewarded by leaving It at No
70, Eighth street. Wood Rittkniioubk.
Dcstralut will positively bo niado upon
personal property lor tho taxes due upon
both real and personal estate niter March
la. This means business,
ltd Alex. H. Irvik, Collector.
Tho next and last term of C. Hardy's dan
clng class for gentlemen will commence on
next .Monday. March 10th, nt 8 o'clock p. in.,
nt Philharmonic hall. All thoso wishing to
attend must be on hnnd on tald evening
Hoarding bosses, men and, teams wanted
on tho Mississippi Central railroad. Apply
on the work, sevcu miles northeast of Co
lumbus, Kctucky, and nt Dresden, Tonnes.
see. SiiKH an Loler, Contractors.
Two car loads ot poultry at rived hero Sun.
day by the Cairo and Yinccnnes road. They
wero translorrcd to the J nines Howard and
j The United States court for the Southern
district of Illinois meets this morning at nine
o'clock, in tho United States court-house
Judge Treat presiding. '
Thomas Hays alias John Noble, arrested
here a week ago for passing couutcrlclt
money, will be tried hero to-day In the
tlnllcd States district court.
For Sale. My outlro stock of irroccrlps
saddles, harness und larmlng implements, at
wuoics.no or retail. I), Arter.
United States Deputy Marshal Hll! of
Springticld, and United States Detective
Loncrgan. are in attend anrn nt. lint ITnltrul
(States district couit which is in session to.
!, John Bcechcr, ior a number ol years in
line employ of Hurd & Son, is now traveling
3 tlgent for the wholesalo liquor houso or F.
M. Stockfleth. John ought to make a good
.lrummcr, especially for a com! Imiun.
Dr. WaurIi, a missionary from India, cave
'in interesting account, on Sunday night, at
llie JieUioUlst church, of his labors among
He people of that country and of their hah
Its, educational advancements, etc , etc.
II. Able, No. 2 Seventh street, has just re
solved an entire new stock of wall paper and
Rinuotv shades, which will bo sold at lowest
A special convocation of Cairo 11. A.
vChtptcr No. 71, will bo held nt Masonic
kali this, Tuesday, evening at 7J o'clock, for
vork in 31. M. degree.
By order R.W.M.
F. Korsmeyer. Secretary.
Dr. Warducrhasnioud his ofllec and rcsl
l.cnco inlo tho second story of his new
ulldlng, No. Ill Commercial avenue, whero
v iujj-tio louau uaj or nigui except wncn
"cccsarlly absent on professional business-.
The Deltas aikcd tho council last ulgbtjfor
n appropriation to procure an alarm bell
)r their engine-house. Their petition was
lilcrrcd to the ordinance committee' with
istructions to draft an ordinance. That
scans a bell, boys.
Sir. r red. Bose, merchant tailor, desires
) inform the public that ho has received a
111 and complete stock of caslmcrcs, French
nd English cloths, coatings, vestlngs, etc.,
ir spring and summer wear. Good tits and
1 work guaranteed. Shop. No. 101, Com
I lerclal Avenue. 2-23-lw
An ordinance was passed last nleht bv our
Ity dads granting tho privllcgo to Ilafliday
ros. to build a track on Lcvco stieetbc
ween Thlrty-slxth ureet and Itallroad ave
ue, to connect with the I. C. railroad, for
ke purpose of constructing and carrying on
coai uump .
I will glvo fifty dollars reward for any In
formation that will lend to the detection and
conviction of the person or persons who
bayoneted my heller. The bayoneting was
done last Saturday evening or night.
3-1-dlw Geo. Yocum.
At six o'clock yesterday afternoon, In this
city, Mrs. Dennis Cody, aged 30 years. Tho
luueralwllltako place to-day, at St. Patrick's
church, at 1 o'clock, and tho remains will
lcavo on the 2:10 train forGcnova, Wlscon
eon, for burial. All friends arc Invited.
Mrs. Aunle Mussio L. Burnett, dearly bo
loved wile of E. A. Burnett of this
city, and daughter of Charles "and Hannsh
Lame, formerly of Philadelphia, departed
this life March 2, 1873, aged twenty-nvc
Our darling (ell sweetly asleep in Jesus.
Sbo has lead an exemplary Christian life
sinco her conversion, live years ago. She
was a faithful and devoted wlfo ami
daughter, a toudcr mother, nud true and
loving sister. She was ilways ready to offer
help to thoso in distress and grief, never
thinking ol self, but always doing something
for tho comfort nndileasuro ol thoso she
loved. This lovely sleeper was born In
Philadelphia, Tenusylvanla, April 0, 1818,
was reared by Christian parents, and at
tained the years ol womanhood amidst the
happy enjoyments ot a bright and peaceful
life. She was noted among a large clrclo of
friends for her amiability and sweetness ot
chancter.- At seventeen years of age she,
with hcrlamlly, moved to Cairo, and on
Christmas, seven years ago, was- united in
marriago to Mr. E A. Burnett, by Mr. Rob
erts or the Presbyterian church . Her death
bed was a lit termination to such a Hie ns
Iter's. A short tlmo beforo her death she
called on her father to pray, then thanked
him sweetly, and told him it gavo her cour
age, and hclpod her much, and after
Joining her famdy in singing "Nearer, My
iiou, to i nee" ner spirit was wafted home to
her Saviour. "Let not your heart be
'troubled, ye bollcve in God, bellove also in
' me, in my father' house are many man-
slonsjifltwero not bo, I would have told
' you, I go to prepare a place for you."
Sleep lovely sister, take thy rest,
Physicians were lu vain,
Till Christ, tbejchlef, did send rellcr,
And eased theo.uf tby pain.
Peaceful Is thy rest
On the Saviour's breast.
DEATH OF MRS. E. A. BURNETT.
It is with feelings oi tho deepest regret
luaiwo record the death of Mrs. Annie M.
Burnett. Although Mrs. Burnett had been
an invalid for many mouths, nnd suffered
much ior several weeks beforo she died, her
ueatu was a snock to her family, t ho had
been afflicted with dlseaso of tho heart for
nearly two years, but tho immediate causo
of death was quick consumption. Sho wns
conscious until tho last moment and willingly
and peacefully met tho conqueror beforo
whom the great and tho weak of tho earth
are allko powerless.
Mrs Burnett leaves two children, both
Kills; one six years of age, the other an In
fant of eighteen months.
To the bereaved husband, who has lost n
loving and beloved wlfo, to tho little chil
dren, who are happily too young to apprccl
ato tuo deprivation ol a loud and falthlu'
mother, to the sister, who mourns the death
or an only sister, knit to her by tics of the
strongest and tendcrest uffcctlon, und to the
sorrowing parents who lament tho early re
moval of a dear daughter, we extend our
deep and heartfelt sympathy, sympathy
shared by a largo clrclo of Irlcnds It Is
powerless to heal tho wound of so deep a
grief, but it Is oil that poor humanity can
J S Hooper, Casoyvlllc. Kentucky: W T
Driver, city; O B Bunspass, Paris, Tcnncs-
sco; D A Brooks, Arkansas; Wm Stanley'
Arkansas; RK Mlinms, Arkansas: CaptJS
Miller, Green Line wharfboat; II P Kenny
and wife, Humboldt, Tennessee; T II Sey
mour, Ulcer; Clios Wright, Vienna. Illinois:
John E Lufkln, Anna, Illinois; Logan Wil
liamson, Itockport, Indiana; 11 Phillip, Wash
ington, D C; J Hyde. Evnnsvllle; Jacob
Llndsey. Mound City; Geo H Fitch, Mound
City; S II Kempor, Lallue, Ohio; W S Witt,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
N Monroe, It T Goodrich, T W Anderson.
Morton Hull, R Burrows. Chicago; Jno
Marshall, D M Knowlcs, P Conrad, S M
Spencer, C E Itussell, W C Johnston, St
Louis; Capt James Miller, Nashville; J
Crcighton, Louisville ; Geo L Wbttaktr, A
II Aubln, New York ; W R Porter, Centra
lla; Geo Lane, Wisconsin; 11 Harden, Kan
sas; 8 S Stricklln, Uarrisburg, Ills; II
Schradcr, E Haddon, Cincinnati; Charles
Mattcson, It W Banks, San Francisco, Cal;
u liUoia, Missouri ; capt Henry Campbell,
Hickman; RR James and wife, Hclenn; A
J Koo, Springfield, Ills ; N K James, Spring
ticld ; F M Dcvassa, Clovcland, Ohio ; M C
M right, btdoUus; MS Lawrence, Illinois.
Four rooms lately occupied by Dr
Wardnor, over Dr. Atlor's grocery storo,
No. 113, Commercial Avenue. Enqulro
at tho storo of 0. D. Artor.
Tho city couucll last night redlstrlcted the
ty and created five wards ; tho First ward
, i iu icmmuuj ainreieni: boconu warii in
ucnu vu ma centre oi tievcnth street ;
bird ward to centre of Sixteenth street;
purth ward to centre or Twenty-second
rcci, anu ino t mn ward to extend to
I n tiAf,1ion hftiiailnm. .flk. -It..
Tho name or the man who ran Lit engine
to a tialn orcars on tho C. and V. railroad.
jt week, causing a damage or $3,000 to tho
xs, locomotive, etc., is Ed. Driver.
Hvcr got drunk, and alter the accident,
s uucuargcu. ue continued his dl.ijia.
in, and on Monday was attacked with dc
tlum, becoming a rax lug maniac. He was
iiovcd to the hospital by tho united efforts
l I; three men.
1 a. telegram was rcceticd in this city ye.t-
i o fday aiicrnoon rrom l'ror. David Walk,
E.ffl i.-i.i. nt . .
, vtu uumuuiui, i cuuetsce, siaung mat no
us detalued by muslug couuection, and
li luld bo In Cairo to-dav. and lcrinrn i,1m
r Vnlnrr Tim fanMnet nf Tr,.f 1f.li... i .
ro will bo "Spurgeon aud his Works," and
st one on which be is well qualified to In
Uct an audience, naving spent a year in
rope for the purpose of preparing the
jecimaueroi nis iociures.
Ln ordinance was Introduced and passed
me city couuou m. niiii providing for
appointment or a city marshal and
rlutendent of streets. It makes the
chief of police, fixing his lermof
me year at a salary ot one hundred
an per month. Tho auperintendent of
Ulsto Have charge or sidowaUs, tho
gang and other workmen on the
U and avenues or the city, aud his
li fixed at alacty dollars per month.
1 MM .
I I !)k
TO THE PUBLIC.
A mass meeting or the citizens or Cairo
will bo held at Scheol's hall on Tuesday
evening, March 4, 1873, commencing ot 71
o'clock. Subject: "Slavery in Cuba."
Suitable speeches will be made.
W. Wims, Com,
F. Hamilton, J
J. J. Bird, Secretary.
Cairo, Ills., March 2, 1673.
DEI ORE JOLICE MAGISTRATE 6UAXNESSY.
Three gentlemen met at the old man's
olllce yesterday morning at 10 o'clock to
transact some business with tho city. L.
Morrison thought he was sick on Saturday,
and instead of going to the doctor for a pre
scription, he went to a sixteenth-class saloon
and there took nine drachms or the tincture
or whlskcore, ono drink of aqua and two
ounces of bron sugar, which so affected
his stomach and head as to make him think
ho was lord of ali ho surveyed. Result
Morrison was in Jail all day Sunday aud all
mgui, anu win now be on the chain gang for
Next came Tim ltyan and John Irvln.
Both were rather drunk on tho holv Sabbath
day. This might havo been rorglvcn, but on
being locked up they commenced and kept
up all day a tirade or curses ngaliist the au
thorities that be, oven including his honor,
and if there is anything that would make
tho Judgo implacable, it is this. They not
being able to pay 810, wero condemned in
work it out on tho chain gang,
WANTED A WOMAN TO WASH AND
Tho nrar approach or the nuptials of the
lady who hab been washing for us, makes it
necessary lor us to employ another one lu
her place. We want it washer-woman who
will do her work ic nearly like the present
one us possible. Once, In tho happy long
ago, wo had .1 foud and foolish Idea that
clen aud well starched and well Ironed
clothes were nlco-that whlto table llneu and
bed llnsn, especially, were alec. Wc havo
got over that, and wo don't want a laundress
who will wash our clothes clean or Iron them
smooth. Wo don't wish to bo spoiled.
Wo want a womau who will go
through all the motions of washing who
will rub aud boll, and rub again, who will
wring and rluso aud starch and bluo our
clothes, and bring them out of the process
mo uanuitercnier and other white wear,
looking llko blue-vclned marble, and the
prints, etc., ornamented with little patches
of starch, which tho hot smoothing-iron
wk iv (jusieu uesuuiuuy. jo such a
laundress wo will pay the rogular price of
one uouar anu tnree meals per day, and
warrant that no impertinent inquiries shall
be made on the disappearance of handker-
cnieft, collars, and ,otbor unimportant nrtl
cUi. Apply ut Tub Bulletin.
Price Current Office,
Cairo, Monday, March 3, 1873.
The weather to-day has been cold with
a sharp wind, although the sun has been
bining cloar all day. Saturday, wo bad
considerable of a snow storm, but tbo
snow has all disappeared now. The
weather is several degrees colder tban it
was last woek. Although shipping facili
ties woro roported better last week, they
are not jot equal to tho demand, and
"gu HUKuwiiBB oi iroignt are
still stored here. Wo have
no important change in tho market to ro-
port, tbo lack of tonnage tonding to keep
iraue in ino samo condition that has pre
vailed for somotime past.
Jk9Correspondents should boar in
mind that our quotations represont pricos
for round lots from first hands, unless
otherwise statod, and that in filling small
orders faighor price must be pald.f
FLOUR The market does not show
much activity. Tho demand is light and
pricos rango as previously quoted. Sales
wero 1.402 bbls various crades SS I
10 60. Sales from City Mills were 1(10
bbls white wheat $10 60; 200 bbls XXXX
$0; 250 bbls XXX 58 60; 175 bbls XX
BRAN Wo noto sales of 00 tacks
from storo, $10; 1 car, $17.
CORN White is, scarco. Plenty of
mixed in tbo market. Sales embrace 10
cars mixed on orders, 48c; 5 'cars white,
on orders, 5051c; 8 cars whlto. in sacks
delivered, COc; 4 cars mixed, In sacks, 47c;
1 car mixod, in sacks, do), 47c; 3 cars
mixed, In bulk, 38c; 6 cars in sacks do),
40c; 160 bass white, 60c; 600 sacks mixed,
in burlaps, 47c.
OATS The demand has im
proved. Plenty in tho mar
kot to latlffy all inqulrioi. Sales embracod
10 cars in sacks del, 35c ; 7 cars in sacks,
35c ; 4 cars in bulk, 20o ; 300 sacks 37c.
HAY Plenty in the market and trans
actions aro light. "We noto sales of 1 car
prime $18; 1 car mixod, 518 ; 1 car good
BUTTER A fair supply in tho mar
kot. Best quality brings 2025c. Sales
embrace 200 lbs., 1620c ; 30 pkgi, 1C
EGOS Roceipts havo fallen off and
tho murkct is bare. The demand is mod
orate. Sules embrace 4000 dozen lOfftlBc.
POULTRY Dull and weak. Doraand
light Sales comprise 28 doz chickens,
$3(2.3 76; 76 lbs turkeys $33 76. Droned
chickons bring. $3 60(7)4; live. $2 60ffil
MEAL Tho inarkot is actlvo. Wo
noto sales of 800 bbls stoum dried, del,
$2 602 00; 400 bbls Evening Mar moal,
$2 662 CO.
POTATOES Tho inarkot it over
stocked and talcs slow, 60 bbls., reach
Blows from ttoro sold for $'i 60 and 100
bu., from store, 75c.
PKOVISIONS-Not much doing and
prices rango tho samo at provloutly quo
ted. APPLES-13 bblt., very cholco Bell
Flowor and Ben Davis sold for $1 605 ;
25 bbls., from store SS4.
DRY FRUITS Tho market is full and
trade slow. O bbls of dried applos sold
for 60c por lb. Wo quoto dried poaches
at tbo sum a rato.
OIDEH-1 bbl sold for $14.
LIME Is soiling in lots at $1 251 60
CEMENT-In lots tolls at $22 60
COAL OIL Demand fair at 2830c
HAMS Sugar cured plain, it telling
in lott at 12U,
BACON-Clear tides 810c, Brak.
fait bacon ll12c,
BEESWAX Quiet al 80c.
SOAP Gorman mottled 7o. Cham
TALLOW Quiet and telling at To.
SUGAR. Active and selling 12Jo for
coffee A ; 1414c for crushed, powdored
TEAS. Imperial, 761 26; Gunpow
der, 751 25; Oolong black, 76fl
Young Hyson, $ ll 40.
CHEESE. Good domand ; New York
factory V lb 10J17c.
SYRUPS. Tho demand is fair for
cholco at Cf(3$l V cal and Now Or-
loans nt C570c.
COFFEE Scarce. Java selling at
3032c; Laguayra 226c,' Rio, prlmo
to choice 2425c.
BIIOOMS. Dull; common home sell
at $1 60 ; cholco and extra cholco J 3
3 76 ; stonmboit $4 605 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, compressed, to
Now York, 85c; to Boston, $1. Un-
comprotscd, to Now York, $1 M; to Bos
FREIGHT TO MEMPHIS.-Flnur,
40c, Hay, $6. Cern cwt., 20c. ; Oats,
20c. Potatoes, V- bbl., 40c. ; Applos 40c. ;
Pork, 40c. ; Whisky, COc. ; Lumber M.
$7 ; Heavy frolght cwt , 20c.
TO NEW ORLEANS. Flour bbl,
75c.; Potatoes COc; Apples, COc.; Pork,
75c. ; Whisky, $1 60; Hay Tfl ton, $7 60;
Corn cwt., 30c.; Oats, 30c; Tobacco
hhd.' $5 ; Cotton balo, f 1 60; Lum
ber "1 M. $10. Heavy frolght, $ cwt.,
Stoamor Henry Probasco, Cincinnati
Capitol City, Vicksburg
Simpson Horner, New Orleans
Charley MuDonttld, Baton Ruugo
City of Vicksburg, St. Louis
Mary Alice, Now Orleans
Coul Hill, Pittsburg
Hollo Memphis, St. Louis
Joo Kinney, Vicksburg
City of A'ton, Now Orleans
Park Pain lor, South
" Quickstep, Evantvillo
11 Robert E. Lco,Now Orloans
11 John Means, Ohio river
11 Illinois, Columbus
" John A, Wood, Now Orleans
" Tom Jasper, St. Louis
Stoamor Honry Probasco, Memphis
" Armadillo, Arkunsas river
' Capitol City, St. Louis
" Simpson Horner, Pittsburg
" Tyrono, Nashvillco
" City of Vicksburg. St. Louis
" Hollo Memphis, Memphis
" Joe Kinney, St. Louis
" City of Alton, '
" Alaska, Shawnoetown
" Mlnncola, New Orleans
" Potomac, Cincinnati
" James Howard, New Orleans
" Quickstep, Evansvillo
" Victory, Pittsburg
" Illinois, Columbus
" Tom Jaspor, Now Orleans
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
The Ohio is falling at the rato of 15
Inches every 21 hours at this port. Tho
Mississippi is stoadily declining and tho
present cold snap has mado plenty of ice
in it,wbich tomowhnt interferes with nav
Special dispatches to tho Bulletin report
tho condition of tho Ohio nnd Mississippi
rivers at various points.
11USINESS AND WEATHER.
Freights continue plenty and tennage is'
still in groat demand.
Tho cold weather continues. Tho sun
shono brightly yestorday nnd the wind
camo pinching from tbo North.
Tho James Howard cleared for Now Or
leans Sunday evening loaded to tho guards
Sho had on board about 2,800 tons freight
and r. fair number of passengers.
Tho Alaska passed up with a slim trip
and will stop at Shawnoetown and loud
for New Orleans. Plenty of frolght there.
The Quickstep was wind bound 12 hours
at Paducab Sundnv night.
Tho Victory with flvo barges of iron oro
could not stem tbo strong current in tbo
Ohio Saturday, and had to lay up hero un
til yestorday, when tho started out again
und run at tho rato of ono milo weok.
Tho raco-horeo, Bob Leo, camo flying
into port yesterday from bolow, and im
mudiatoly commonced loading for New
Orloans and will lcavo with diipatcb.
freight It plenty and all she hat to do it
to put it on board.
The Mary Alico haa to lay up her tow
twonty miles abovo hero, on account of the
Ico which was so heavy sho could not get
through it. Sho returned and went down
to Island No 1 for a coal bargo belonging
to tbo tow company, which went adrift ten
Ilallldayt Brothors'mainmotb wharfboat
which thoy purchased a short tlmo Bgo,
arrived yestorday in tow of tho towbout
John A. Wood.
Tbo Green Lino wharfboat hat boon
placed juit bolow tho foot of Fourth
Tbo John Mours hat three barges loaded
with salt, and will leave as soon as tbo ico
Tbo Glasgow hat roinmed bor trips to
Hickman. Tho Eckcrt also continued in
tho trade, and left last nigbt with a good
Cltjr national Bask Bnlldlaar.
M.Hpeoial attention paid to orders trom steam
hosts night orilT
tKdaiMien amb restWAasiNe.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MB H CIS A NTH.
DEALERS IN FJOUR ;
And At sale ef
ItIO BITER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkb,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buccetsor to E. 1). lltndrtcas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Aitrtnctmeijts made
Are prepared to recalv, ttoro and forward
freights to all point and buy and
, sell on commission,
"IliiilnpsK ailrnded to promptlri
WHOLES ALE AND RETAIL
1TO. 74 OHIO XiljVJSIEr
Retail nnd Prescription
Corner Washington Ave.
and Eighth street.
Or ihamoli and rabbit skin,
for Weak lungs.
At BARCLAY BR03.
FOR SORK THROAT,
l'icparcd and sold
Br BARCLAY BROS
And DUIufcclanU lor Stable;
At BARCLAY BROS.
S. D. AYKR8.
E. J. Aykhs
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Omo Levke, Cairo, Ills.
11. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DBALXn IN
ELA.1T OATS, COIRISI
AND MILL FEED.
No; 104 CoMMitnciAL Ayxnux,
French, Bcotch and American casslmeio
or all colors, and beaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up ln'tho
Ami at tho lowest prica, A lino fltand first
? ?'k Kuarantecd, Batlslactio In all ro
JOHN B. PHLLIS k SON,
(Successors to John B. Pbillit,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
" YOU.NO AMERICA,
And "Unlveoal Standard."
r At BARCLAY BROS.
CAIRO AND PADUCAU
Ttie rplendld tmer
Dick Fowlm, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
ilp.m For freight opasai(e apply on boat or
to Jas. Mallouy. Atf't.
r ' 6
Otu Lmyis Cairo, III
P. O. Schuh.
TENTH-BT. and OHIO LEVE
G. M. ALDUS,
Lato of Thomas is Aldcn,
FLOUR, MEAL, ORAIN.I1AY, Ac.
No, 135 Ohio Levee, Cairo.
tSTCash advances on Ooods on sight.
References : City National Bank ol
Cairo, First National Bank of Chicago.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS tor FAIRBANKS SCALEB
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO.
oneral Commission Merchants
183 OHIO LEVEE,
Z, D. UATUUB8.,
I. O .out
MATHUSS & UHL,
llAHD QKHEItAI. :
Commis si oy Merchants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
. J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholesale and Retail Uroerr,
Has on hand at all times Vegetable", Fruits
iuue r mm ct;s, L.aru,
HosEY, Trotical Fiiuith, KTC.r Etc
H3TA1I koo1s JWarrantcd Fresh, and sold
Ul CIUUI1 1TOIU.
N. II. I'arcels delivered to any part of tho
WEST SIDE COMMERCIAL AVE., UETWEKJf
17111 AND lBlh HTKKKTS
TH1 aSTBW SYSTEM.
OROCERIIB RETAILED AT WHOLESALX
PRICES FOR CAB II.
AT H. O. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WArfniNOTOK AVENUE, J1XTWEEH TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
BC 'bi. dry Cuba Suear for - - - S5 O
0 " " " ... j oo
6J lbs. A coffno Suear, N. Y. Std. 1 0C
" A'rlmo Itlo UotToo for - 1 0C
3 Cholco 11 - - 1 0C
3 " Old Government Java - . l 0C
Toas and othor staple and fancy Groce
ries oqually as cheap.
Goods now and full wolgbt givon. Call
Ami Dealer In
VEGRTABT.ES, FRUITS, EG09,
XAltU, FRESH BUTTER, LIVE
AND D It ESS ED" PwULTRY,
FRESH SALTED AND
SMOKED FISH, ETC.
All Goods Waiuianted Fhesh
And sold at the lowest prices forjeasb,
IgyElghth street, betwoon Commercial
and Washington avonuos.
And Dealer in
VEGETABLES, FltUITS. EQOS, LARU
FRESH BUTTEfl, KTC. '
SlweprlceTrranteafr0,,, Mld Mld
Corner OUt St. andCommrMi ava.
JIISS M. J. CARSON
Wishes to call attention to hor stock of Toys,
Notions and Kaiicv Ooods and Btaplo Arti
cles conslsHnR of Dolls In great variety,
Ladles' WorkiboxoB ol tine quality, WritliiK
Desks, Children's Dishes, Toy AVaRons, DoS
BiiKKlis, Hobby Howes, Fino Sllvor-plutoa
Waro on Nickel Silver. Flno Table-knives,
Knapkln Rings, China Vases, ami j good so
lection of Cheap Jewelry. Also tine
Call Bells, Pictures and Picture Frames, and
many oilier articles too numerous to men.
Ion. All are Invited to call.; No. 168 Com.
inorclai avenue, between Ninth and Ten tb