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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1873
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U, 8. 810. Sen., OnsitnvKR's Office.
vAim, nwca iu, 1873, 10:11 p.m
urometer 2Ds,a degrees.
Thermometer C" degrees.
Wad nortlnvciit, velocity 18 miles per
Maximum temperature tout 21 hotim, nt
3 p. m., C9 degree!.
Minimum temperature, last 21 hour, nt
6 a. ra., STdegrecs.
Prevailing wind last 21 liouri, outtarcst.
Total number of tulles wind travelled, last
21 hour?, 271.
Totnl rainfall lat 2J hours .01 Inches.
'David W. Harnett, Observer.
Col. S.;S. Taylor is on on a trip cut.
Hon. D. W. Jlunn has gone to Chicago.
Contractors on tho Mississippi extension
ore paying four dollars n day for two-horso
Tho Allyncs nro coiiilnr. Titer win .v
lilblblt sometime during this month nt tho
Will he told to tho highest bidder, on tho
flrtttlny of April next, the houso and lot on
the corner ol Tenth and walnut streets.
Twonty-flvo coopers to work on flour and
salt barrels. Good wages and steady work
the year round. Apply Immediately to
A. J. Dougherty,
1'roprlctor Stive and Harrcl Factory,
3-C-Ct Mound City. Illinois.
CUAMllKlt OF COMMERCE.
A meeting for an election ot officers to fill
vacancies will be held at tho ofllcootO.D,
Williamson, nt 10 o'clock n. m., Friday,
March 14, A. D. 187.1.
JQTEIcctod members will pay their fees
and dues to fl. D. Williamson, treasurer, pro
tern. Wooi ItiTTK.Niiousi:,
Ml-.1t Secretary, pro tcui.
ine i.ev sir. Tliayer goes North this
week, to deliver, by request, his lectures at
A. Hoylc lctt here yesterday on tho alter-
noon iram for fct. Jo?, to commence his con
tract on tho asylum.
diet Hamilton, tho passenger agent at St.
Louis of the great Jackson route, was in the
city yesterday billing that route.
The county court appointed .1.11, doss
man, assessor for the city, and Japcr Cully
for the county outside of tho city.
J. F. McCarihncy and J. II. Obcrmarck,
deputy tlicrlff ol Massac county, were In
our city yesterday on official business.
McIIalc's gang have put down n good and
very much needed crossing from Ilanny's
irtoro across Eighth street to Mack' store.
A yellow fellow named Taj lor t-erlously
disturbed Elder Shores and his congregation
on lat Sunday. Ho will bo arrested if
found, as a warrant has been .sworn out for
Edniuud Smith, a colored man, wai locked
up In tho Jail for wife-beating last night.
Smith Is a stout young negro and his wife Is
old and lecblc; ho Is in the habit or beating
her unmercifully. Last .night city attorney
rope caught him in the act and had him
promptly locked up.
On Sunday night about 11 o'clock, Mr. W.
fl. Can1, who resides on tho corner of
Fourth and Walnut street, heard an un
usual noise in his stable. Ho got up from
bed, procured his lantern, and when within
about ten feet of the stable, a negro In his
khlrt sleeves ran out, and with ono bound es
caped over the fence. When Sir. Cary en
tered tho stable, be lound that hi", horse' had
been saddled and bridled, all ready to take a
The man Taylor, who was arrested for dis
turbing the public and religious worship nt
Shores' church on Sunday last, bad a hearing
iiciorc juugc uross yesterday and was ac
quitted. A majority of Elder Shores'
Hrhurcu were in attcudaucc at tho trial. Jake
(Bradley was aHo there and sided with the
Hrebclllous portion of Shores' tneinliers. Tho
tsncctlng that was disturbed, according in
Who evidence, was only a business and not a
'. Tho council last night continued the fol
owing persons to act as Judges and clerks
f election, at our next municipal election :
H the First ward, 0. W. McKcalg, H. Mix
iyaud James Oarlauil. Judges: C. C. Da-
Uhonand W. IS. Grccr, clerks. Second
yard, Dr. D. Artcr, L. .1. ltyrno and 0.
'..amo, judge; H. A. Hanuon and It. F.
vippenberg, clerk-. Third ward, Win.
'.oucrgau, John McEwcn and J. H. Go-s-
(nan, judges; Thos. J. If crth anil James A.
rhllils, clerks. Fourth ward, Wm. Martin,
i. A. Arlck, Ecubon S. Yoeum. indues:
C. White and Chas. F. Nelll, clerks.
Ifth ward, J. C. Tolhert, M. D. Hunter and
. Smallcuburg, Judges; W.H.Morris and
hos. W. Halllday, clerks.
The brick store, (25x100) 111 Commercial
iVcnuc. Apply to Dr. Wardner. R-C-lm
rl....r.l.n...Mnf.l ..1.L 1 ... .1.-
W..H Uul A . II nt..u
ujrcuu uwitl. w niy 1 mimt, iiro-
Four light, airy aud commodious business
SlUccs. Enquire at r. Cilia's new bulldin;
lo. feO Ohio levee. '.!-2.Stf
Judgo Dross presiding.
There were nlno eases brought before bis
honor yesterday morning, and all of them
of tho drunk and disorderly class.
"James Harry wcro you drunk or notK'
was tho question put to James by l'ope.
"Yes, your honor, I ramc on" a boat on
Sunday ami went to a saloon; Irom there
two men took me to the lockup."
Jim was lined $2 and the cost. Hai ry said
he lclC all his money In the saloon. He now
goes to work on tho streets.
James Williams said lie was a little light
The court Informed him that it would not
except that plea.
"What plea will you oik ol mo V says
"Why a positive one, elthergullty or not."
"Certainly, sir, 1 was drunk. How much
"Six dollars and stvtnty-llvo routs," was
AVllllams paid ami lclt the court saying
"l bet you don't get mo again soon."
Thou came Ed Moran, who, when
akod If ho wa guilty, said that became to
this city on Saturday from Tunnel Hill to
draw his money, aud he thought it was a
shame to treat him in this style In a laud ot
strangers nnd away from his lricuds. Ed's
sentence Is that ho labor on tho streets lor 8
days and be fed on bread and water.
Scott and Carr nro n brace ol country lads
from tho rural precincts ol Unity, whero
they arc In thelnbltofdrinklngbad whiskey
sold in that locality by tho pint or quart.
While hero on Sunday they visited several
of oursaloons, nnd being thirsty they drank n
little too much, for which they paid $13 CO,
remarking ns they lclt the room, "That much
money would have bought two barrels of
Joo llowcrs was called next for being
drunk nnd disorderly.
"What have you to say about itr" asked
"I don't know what I was arrested lor; In
fact 1 don't .know anything about it and 1
would llko to see the officer that arrested
Officers were sworn aud the caso was mado
out against poor Joe, who not having any
surplus cash with him, scut the officer to his
boss, whero ho collected $10 SO, which
liquidated his indebtedness to the city.
A notorious Italian by tho namo ol Jerry
Callahan, reading of tho prices current for
drinks In this city, tho cheapness of tho
thing induced him to gel ou a bust, and In
the incautlmo his friends all disappeared,
and when tho Judge told him $0 75 or seven
days on the streets, Jerry said, "on tho
streets I goes." So he did.
Levi llrllc, an African bruto who lives
on Ttventy-olghth street, who could no! llnd
any man to uso his dukes on, thought he
would practice on two children belonging to
John Anderson. The evldcnco clearly
evinced that Levi acted brutish In several
respects nnd ought to have been transported
to somo country whero nothing but dumb
brutes and animals reign supremo. His fine
was $17 25, which ho paid, laughing as ho
left the court.
Jack Kelly and Fred Doming entered Into
a co-partnership on Sunday morning for tho
purpose oi engaging iu aiding the tempcraucc
cause of putting whiskey out of the reach of
topers. They had not followed tho calling
long before they failed Iu tho ctrort ; that Is,
they becamo entirely unablo to navlgato tho
iroad sidewalk and were'taken to the cala
boose. They now take bread and water in
theirs, and are doing day duty repairing the
streets and sidewalks.
ft llmo to bo used for tho abovo purpose
On tho Oth of February Fround arrived In
Cairo from nn oxtendod tour In southeast
Missouri, but brought no furs over tho
river, stating that hearing of tho leo In
the river nnd tho uncertainty of crossing
it ho loft $250 worth of furs at a Mr.
Horry's houso with whom Mr. Lovy
Is woll Acquainted. On that tamo day
Fround received $2C0 moro from Lovy
for tho avowed purpose of making n trip
through tho southern counties of this
state, loavlng Cairo that ovoning. Noth
ing had boon hoard of him up to Friday
Inst. Mr. Lovy went ovor tho river to
Mr. Dorry's, nnd to his astonlshmont,
found that Fround had not left any furs,
nor nnylhlng olso at his houso. Now,
Lovy thinks ho smells n largo mlco, nnd
offers it rownrd of 5100 for tho arrest and
dctontlon cf his friend 'Fround. Lav,v
says ho has business with him,
Fifty boxes of oranges and lcmou, twcii
r-Uvo barrels Mvcet potatoes, llvo hundred
(irrcls Irish potatoes, just received by G.M
offer for sale my entire livery Mablo
lorscs, buggies and harness cheap lor cash,
tic will bo closed by the 20th Inst.
0-tr. Miles W. I'akkeh. .
Hoard in a private family for man and wile
id two children. Enquire at Hui.ir.Tix
Bice, or address S. O. caro of IIui.i.ktin
At tho New York store, Early Ro'o, York
id:I'ccrlcss seed potatoes. Also plowsjiml
csh garden seed. Bottom ligurcs always.
9-d3tw2t C. O. I ATir.R .t Co.
A HOUSE WANTED.
IA house containing three or live room,
which a good tenant can bo had by up-
ylng Immediately to II. F. Uurusldc, at the
skct office ol the Calto and Ylnccnucs rail'
Destralnt will positively bo mado upon
nonal property tor the taxes duo upon
th real aud personal estate after March
Thl! means business.
Hid Alex. U. Ihvin, Collectoi
Boarding bostos, men and teams wanted
tho Mississippi Central railroad. Apply
tho work, seven miles northeast of Co-
tbus, Ketucky, and at Dresden, Tennes-
S lieu AN v j.olkii, contractors,
The Roy. Mr. Coan on Sabbath even
ing last, dollverod his farowoll sormon ns
pastor of tho Church of tho Eedeomor.
A vory largo congregation assomblcd to
hoar thu sermon, which was preached
from 1st Phil,, 27th verso:
"Only let your conversation be as It be
comelh the Gospel of Christ, that whether 1
como anu see you, or elso bo absent, I may
hear of your altalrn, that ye stand fast in onn
hpirlt. with ono mind, striving tetrcther for
mo laiiu oi ins gospel."
Tho dlscoureo was nn nblo ono, highly
ploasing in nil parts to tho memhors of
Mr. Conn's church and ono which lias
tho cfl'oct to doopon their rolnctanco to bid
mm larowell. On entering his vestry
yestorday morning, Mr. Coan found on hi,
tablo a largo album, prosentod to himsolf
by tho ladies of his church, nnd n very
bonutifui sllvor card basket for Mrs. Coan.
Tho Church of tho Itedoomer has occasion
to regret tho going of Mr. Conn, nnd tho
citizons gonornlly will witness his do
parturo with rogrot.
John Jones was brought down from tho
Metropolis J nil on a writ of habons corpus
yesterday, It appears that a man named
Weavor bought n team lonictlmo sinco of
Jones nnd not having tho money to pny
for it gavo Jonos a mortgage on tho team
La!t wock ho packed up and left tho coan
try, Jones followed him, catching up with
him at Charleston, Missouri. Taking pos
session of tho team ho started for his homo
In Mitssua county, Weaver howover, fol
iowcu mm una nun nrrcsuu on
u charge of highway robbery
committed in the stnto of Mlisourl. Tho
county justice who tried tho case, com
inittod Jones to tho Metropolis jail with
out bail. Thon camo McCartney, not in
tho rolo of prosecution as usual, butas at
tornoy for Jonos. Deputy rihorill II
Obovinarck brought Jones horo, nnd tho
csso was heard at chambers boforo Judg
Hakcr,wbo ordcrod that Jones bo released
from tho custody of tho jailor.
A CASH OF MISPLACED CONFI
irtiei indebted to Greeley & Putter,
tnerly ot Now York utore, will please set-
r tbelr accounts Deioro jipm.iu, iom,
UebU not then paid will bo placed for col
Una ind cast made od the tame. This
Una business. 0. U, GnxzLxr.
Last winter, II. Lovy, doing businosi on
tho levee, procured tho services of a man
calling himsolf William Fround, coropsr
atlvtly a stranger to him. to travel
through tho adjoining country and pur
chase furs and bides for bis house in this
city ; often giving him at much a f 800 at
Fbioic CnnnENT Oitick,
Cairo, Monday, March 10, 1873.
Tho weather for tho past four or flvo
days has been very pleasant. Wo liavo
had clear days, with a warm tompcraturo,
nnd tho stroots nro now becoming dry nnd
in good travelling condition, Tho market
is dull, thoro being llttto nctlvily In nny
branch of trade, Kocoipts horo nro largo,
and freight has accumulated until wharf.
boats and nil other rccoptnclos for storago
nro crowded almost beyond tholr capacity,
Scarcity of tonnngo continues, nnd tho
market Is kept in an inactivo stato. Or
dors nro largo, but with no facilities
for moving freight, transactions nro nec
essarily light. Itntes romain unchanged,
but indications point to a decline.
JBt9Corro9pondonts should bonr In
mind tbnt our quotntions rcprosont prices
for round lots from first hands, unloss
oUiorwlso statod, nnd that In filling small
orders higher prices must bo puid.Rj
FLOUR Tho flour market, which is nf
focttd by tho drawback which tends to
keep everything in a standstill condition,
scarcity of tonnngo, Is dull and quota
tions unchanged. Sales comprise, 1,897
bbls., various grades, 5 C010 00; 60
btls spring supor, $5; 100 bbls., choico
XXX spring whont.$7 1!3; .lOObbls,, vari
ous grades, on orders, $5 60010 CO. Snlos
from city mills woro: 150 bbls,, whlto
wheat family, $10 25; 200 bbls., XXXX
family, $9; 150 bbls., XXX $8 2G; 200
bbls., XX $6 CO, 100 bbls., X JO.
BRAN Wo quota 315 bagspor ton S15
CORN Plonty In tho markot. Tho in
quiry is principally for white. Snlcs com
prise 12 cars in bulk, 37c: 5 cars white In
bulk, 41c; 5 cars mixed, on ordors, -849c;
C cars white, on otdcrs, GlG2c; 4 cars
mlxod, In bulk, SSc; 3 cars mixed, in sacks,
ICo; 5 enrs yellow mlxod, insncks, 4748c;
10 cars mixed, in sncks 48c; G cars white,
in sacks, 49c; 109 bags whlto, on ordors,
5152c; 2 cars mixed, in sacks, del, -18c;
GO cars mixed, del, 4748c; 3 cars white In
OATS Rocolpts nro largo. Markot
quiet. Sales embraco 22 cars, In bulk, 30e
10 cars in sacks, del, 3537c; 4 cars in
sacks on orders, 3C37c; 1 car white, in
bulk, 3lc; 8 cars in 6acks, SSc; COO bags,
SSc; 400 sacks, 30c; 4 cars dol, 37c.
HAY Dull nnd Unchanged. Sales
compriso 2 cars timothy, $18; 2 cars choico
20; 3 cars mlxod; $18; 2 cars choico timo
thy, $21; 3 cars prirao timothy, S21; 2 cars
primo mixed SIC.
BUTTER Is in good domand nnd
prices nro lirm. Wo nolo sales ot 300
lbs 22c; 10 pkgs choico roll, 2uc; 20 tubs
choico packed, 25c.
EGGS Tho market is woll supplied
and tond downward. Wo quote 1,550
MEAL Modcrntoly nctlvo with a full
markot. Sales wcro 900 bbls. $2 50(2 CO;
,100 bbls steam dried, dol, $2 402 50;
000 bbls steam dried, country, $2 CO; 500
bis St. Charles, $3 C52 CO; 150 bbls
kiln dried, S2 CO.
POTATOES Tho markot is. well sup-
pliod. Sales slow. Wo quoto 200 bbls
from storo, $2 2502 50; 125 bbls poach
blows, $2 60; 1 enr $2 25.
POULTRY Dressed chickons bring
$3 603 75 per dozon. Wo nolo n salo
of 20 doz at $3 50.
APPLES Quiet. 18 bbls brought
S3 C04 50.
PROVISIONS Sales of dressed bocf
nro mndo nt Co per pound. 25 bbls of
mess pork $15 50.
CIDER Unchanged. Sales woro 2
RATES To Now'.Orloons nnd Vicks.
burg: Potatoos, apples,, etc, i"5c; pork
$1 10; pound freights S7Jc per cwt; hay
46opercwt; whiskoy $1 60 por bbl.
TO MEMPHIS Flour, ote 40c por bbl;
pound freights 25 por cwt; hay 30c por
cwt; whiskey 80o per bbl; pork COo por
LIME-Is soiling in lotsat $1 23Q1 60
CEMENT In lots sells at $22 60
COAL OIL Demand fair at 2630e
UAMS Sugar curod plain, Is soiling
in lots nt 12013e.
BACON Clear sidos 810e. Break
fast bacon llQ12c.
BEESWAX-Qulot nt 30c.
SOAP Gorman mottlod TJo. Cham-
TALLOW-Qulot and soiling at 7c.
SUGAR. Activo and selling 12 Jo for
cotfoe A ; 1 IQl ljc for crushed, powdered
TEAS. Imperial, 75 1 25; Ouupow
der, 7501 25 ; Oolong black, 750$1
Young Hyson, $11 40.
CHEESE. Good demand ; Now York
factory t lb lOJ017c.
SYRUPS. Tho domand is fair for
choico at O50$l V gal and New Or
loam at G570c.
COFFEE Scarce. Java soiling
3O03Jo; Laguayr 24025c; ltlo, prime
to choico 24025c.
BROOMS, Dull; common houso sell
at $1 CO ; choico and extra choico $3(&
Steamer City of Ilolona, St. Louis
" St. Joaoph, "
" Diamond, Momphls
" Lawrence, Cincinnati
" Grand Tower, Memphis
" Indiana, Mount Vornon
" Arlington, Momphli
" Simpson Horner, Loulsvlllo
11 Quickstep, Evansvlllo
" Coal City, Momphis
" Jim Flsk, Jr, Paducah
" Illinois, Columbus
" Idlowlid, Memphis
" Ajax, Now Orleans
Steamer City of Holcnn, Vlcksburg
" St. Jofopb, Memphis
" Diamond, Loulsvlllo
" Lawrence, Memphis
11 Grand Tower, St. Louis
" Indiana, Now Orleans
" Arlington, Cincinnati
" Simpson Hornor, Vlcksburg
" Quickstep, Evansvlllo
" Coal City, Loulsvlllo
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah
" Illinois, Columbus
11 Idlowlid, Evansvlllo
" Ajax, Loulsvlllo
CONDITION OF TUB MVERH.
Tho Ohio continues doclining at thin
point nt a rapid rato. Thoro is soven feet
in tho Mississippi to St. Louis.
Special dispatches to tho Bulletin ro
port tho condition of the rlvors at various
IIUSINESS AND WEATIU'.n.
Tonnngo Is still In domand and tho
wharf boats, warehouses nnd tho lovconro
filled with froight waiting shipment. Tho
woathor was mild nnd pleasant.
Mr. Joseph Harmon, n well known Bat
boat pilot and brother of Capt. Al. Har
mon, died in this city, at tho rcsldonco of
his brothor, last Saturday night of core-
bro spinal meningitis, after a long nnd s o
voro spell of suffering. When ho was
first nttneked by tho dlseaso ho was pilot
ing a flathoitt down tho rivor and on its
arrival hero ho was taken to his brother's
home nnd the host modlcnl aid procured,
but nftor about two wooks the disoaso tor-
mi nil tod fatally. Bcforo ho went ou tho
river ho was tho carrlor of tho ltockport
Democrat' for a number of years). His
remains wcro sent upon tho Emperor in
chargo of bis brothor-ln-1nw and will bo
interred nt Grand Viow, Indiana.
Tho Eckort mado nnothor attempt to
turn tho Gla'gows sunken barge, butaftor
parting nil hor linos nnd doing no good
sho quit, nnd will wait until tho rivor falls
about 10 foot moro, whon nho will
try it again.
Tlireo coal bargo, ono loaded witli coko
and the others ompty, havo boon beached
on tho Kentucky shoro abovo tho ferry
landing, by tho fast falling river, nnd aro
quito n dUtacofrom tho water.
Mossrs, Linton nnd Orr, proprietors of
tho Alico Dean wharfbent aftor n short
caroor havo quit tho business, nnd their
whnrfboat is now being loaded for Now
Orleans nnd will bo towed down by somo
Tho Indiana had a good trip, and filled
out horo. Nonrly ovory ton of hor
freight is for New Orloans, and sho has
lest way froight than nny boat that has
pasted down for somo timo. Sho loaded
nt Mount Vernon.
Tho Quickstep camo in with tho best
trip that tho Evansvlllo packets havo
brought in for somo timo.
Tho Simpjon Horner went South with
a largo tow of coal.
Tho Diamond nnd Coal City passod up
with ompty coal barges.
Tho City of Ilolona and St. Josopli had
good trips. Tho Helena cntno out draw
ing soven foot nil that was in tho river.
Tho City of Quincy arrived horo Satur
day ovoning soon nftor our report had
gono to press.
Tho Jim Fisk brought in a good trip
Mr. W. S, Edson, ngent for Wm. II.
Brown, arrived horo yestorday, aftor a
thrco wooks' business trip to New Orloans
nnd Red rivor.
8 75 ; steamboat $4 6000 00,
FREIGHT Cotton, compressed, to
Now York, 85c; to Boston, $1. Uu
eompressod, to Ntw York, 11 14; to Bos
C'lly National. Bnnlt Building.
MuHpfcial attention paid to orders from steam
bou nieht ordar
TAX SALE NOTICE.
All ticrsons Interested aro hereby notified
that at a tax salo of real estate mado at the
court-house door In tho city of Cairo, Alex
ander enmity, Illinois, by tho shorlif and ex
olllelo collector of taxes In and for said county,
on tho 27th and 28th days of June, A. D.,
1.471. i. w. il. (iiiDcrt. imrcnascu. lor mu
sUle, county and district school taxes, taxed
thereon for tho year 1870, tho following do-
erllietl lots in said city or uairo, niai is io
say: On tho said 28th day of Juno 1
pureuaseu ioi-!i, in ihock us, hi sum uuv,
taxcil In the namo ot .1. L. Bench, nnd tho
time for redemption tlicrcor will cxpiro on
the 28th dav of June. 1873: nnd on tho raid
27th day ot Juno, 1871, I purchased tho lots
C81T IIKM1 UOIOW. laXCU ill IUU I11I11IUB IIU1UIY
designated, tho timo for redemption of
which win expire on utu -uu uay oi ounu,
isiu, lo-wu :
22 22 City of Cairo,
22 25 do
31 25 do
"I 32 do
35j 71 do
3(1 71 do
1 15 1st addition,
2 15 do
3 16 do
l 15 do
Il 10 do
31 19 Ull addition,
Taylor & Parsons,
Taylor Ai Parsons.
W. B. Gilheiit, Purchaser.
l'ABKKR & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
And fhn celebrated illuminating
urosb'ldildino, ook 11th t. COM
Cairo .... Ilihoh.
VOHMIHMION AND rOHWABUINU.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
IK HO II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FJ OUR
And Akbu of
H1IO HIVRH AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lever,
J. M. 1'IIIfiLIFS & CO.,
(Hni-cf Mori tu i:. n. HonilrlOiia A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Lltjernl A.knnecmcntu muti
uiioii Consignments. tSZf
Ara pranrrd to receive, tnrn nn.l forward
frulxhU to nil points nnd Luj nJ
ssll nn commlnslnn,
T"1IiiIiipbh aitenitnd tn .rmpllTl
E. .1. AVKns
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills).
it. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALKH IN
HAY. OATS, GOIRIn
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
WOOD RITTENIIOUSE & URO.
oucral Commisa ion Mcrcliantfl
183 OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PIILLIS& SON,
(Buccaaeora to John II. Phlllia,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH-BT. and OHIO LEVE
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGENTS tok FAIRBANK'B BOALEB
Ohio Levee. CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
I, V. MATIIUSa..
x. c .out
MATI1USS & UUL,
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
U4 01IIO i.KVEK.
For Salo nt AVholcsalo or Retail.
OOBNEll 32D-BTRKET AND OIIIO htX
Aokntb Home Cotton Mills
MO. 60 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills,
I?TO. 74 OHIO LazjV3B
Retail and I'rcpcription
M aMMaaanaaaaa I "IIUaal t " n V C ':'' I
fHfBRUSHEs! W& STUFFSiWii D
y HB9 COSMETICS Qrj RtmiERslBSH c
S BHBITO,LET Pi aUTCRIAlJI O
Corner WaMilnRton Ac,
ami Eighth street.
Or ehanioN aiitl rahhlt kln,
for weak lungs.
At UAROLAY IJROS.
XjO Z E3ST o-m s
von souk TinioAT,
l'reparcd anil fold
11Y IIARCLAV J1R03
1 Ami Dlslnfvutiitit' lor MaJilc
At IIARULAY J1ROS.
Ami "Unlvcnal Standar.1. "
r At UAROLAY' EROS.
CAIRO AND l'ADUCAII
Tlio aptrnilld atcamrr
Dick Fowleii, Captain
leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday execptod) at
3p.m For freight (ipasi.iiro apply on hoator
to Jak. Malluiiy, Ag't.
CI1EAF GROOERIE3 :j
THE 3iT31-W SYSTEM.
OROCKRIZA RETAILED AT WBOLEBALX
i-iiicEs ron CAin.
AT U. O. TUIELEUKE'S STORE
WABHINOTON AVKNUE. BETWEEN TENTH
A1ID ELEVENTH BTUEETB.
CO Jbs. dry Cuba Sunar for - - - f5 0
9 ii ii ii ii ... i 00
ti i lbs. A cotToo Bucar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
1 " I'rimo Rio Coffoo for - - 1 00
8J " Choico " ii . - 1 00
3 ' Old Government Java - 1 OC
Tors and othor ttnplo and fancy Groce
ries oqually as cheap.
Goods now and full woight glvon.'Call
HENRY JIASKNJAG EH,
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGOS,
LARD, l-'RESII II UTTER, LIVE
AND DRESSED 1'oULTRY,
FRESH SALTED AM)
SMOKED FISH, ETC.
All Goods Wauhanted Fhesh
And hold at tho lowcfet prices forcah.
tSyElghth street, between Commercial
nnd Washington avenues.
Anil Dealer In
VEOETAHLE3. FRUITS, EGOS, LARD
FRES1I BUITER, ETC.
(EiT All Goods warranted freMi, and sold
tho lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. ondCommorclalAvo.
IIYLAND & SAUER,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESn MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Comer 10th Btroctnd Commercial avciiuj
next door to tho Hyland saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AMU tltiI.HR IN
KinitTH Street, Between YAHHINOTO
and Commercial Avbndeh,
AitJolnlBaT KI'.tntaoniia unit Ilannj's
Keen tho beat or Heel, fork, Mutton Veal.
I.anib, SausaKo, etA. "nd are prepared to sarre
ottisnne In tlio roost accon table manner.
EUTCIIER AND DftALKR IN ALL KINDS OF
Corner Ninetentii and 1'orLAR stb.,
Uuys and slaughters only tlio best eattle
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to fill any
domaud for fresh meat from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
P. Gr. Sohuh. J
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT liAW,
Sniil'a OAIBO, ILMNOIU.
Miles F.OUWert, J
-8pMta. atlantion gla to AdmlraHy and
OEHOE-OBIO I,T,OOMB T AD 8 OVM
OITT NATIONAL BAltlC.
David T. Llnegar. John. il. Lansden.
LINEGAR & LANSDEN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office on Bcventh street, AVlnter's block
old ofttce of Linegar, Alunn & Soft, 2-3Mm