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CAIRO BULLETIN L
FbUalloa Ofllee, Bnllclln IIuIMIiik
.local wEiriiBii ncruitr.
V. Sio. Sun., On r.i.vtn's or pick. 1
Tuerjiuinclcr (il degrees.
VfirA west, toloclty SO miles per hour.
. Vixlinum tenipcraturo Ust 21 hour, at
4 p. la , 7 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 21 hours-, at
I a. ic, 69 degrees.
rivalling wind last 2 hour?, south.
Total number or miles tvlud tratellcd, lat
Si hours, 4 JO.
David W. llAnyi:TT. Ohstrvcr.
TVa arc authorised ti announce that
PaviJ J. Hakerisa eandldato lor Judge ul
tlit Ttveuty-slxth .In dielal circuit. Kluctlon
ou Monday, June -', td
Moscotks l telling oil' nt cost. o-2 II.
Fifty thousand entolopciJut rccelvedat
lh liULLKUS olllce. tt
Business in the letce testeiday was any
thing but lilisk.
uvlopcs luruished uud printed nt the
Bulletin Uri'icu at &t to ?u pur thousand
Flv hundred men. each carrying In hi
baud a bnudlu ol bid-, ncro on lliei.uup.igu
One plain, tuo dull.u drunk constituted
the turn total ol tho business uf the police
Tnn lie Liens thanks Mr. nml Mrs.
Charles Kyle lor their Kindly rctncinbcraucc
The foundation for the new Raptlst
church, hating been completed, nn ell'iiit
will now be made to obtain money to put
tip the church Itself.
The Ilurnett elcam cooking tcfscl, tho
'atloiitt Amoitcan uml Kplcure broilers,
th Dudley tplral uatu nud door tpiiug, tit
lUlleyV, lGi tVnshlngton avenue, l-'li 1 m.
jllln; off at cost at Mo-cot IcV. .VJ .f.
The place to buy wall paper and window
ihaue l.No. Jauvciitli strvul, opposite tt In
Ur'i block, where you can buy cheaper
Uuu nn place In the city. 11. A in. f. ti
i M. Ward Is uow ui'patcd to deliver the
beitut tawed uud split h Itiiry wood to any
part of the city. Also all km isuf wood mid
coJ always ou hand. V-'lb if.
A fair and festival for the benefit of sit.
ratrick's(','utlijllc; church, will be given ou
buxt lUw'sday evening. Tlio p.,ieo ol hold,
lug the fcstltal h.i not yet been ilcleimiiicd
A regular m eting ol tho (Jermau Schno:
society tt III be held at Sipilro lli-ote' oUlcu
thl(Ki Id it ) evening. May -J, at 8 o'clock.
Unlabels aie rcipicslcd to alleiid.
r. Koiis.MhVt;!:, Sec'y.
The mos'iultoes, kuats, flies, bugs and
DUtuiile uees, uru coining, so lirevuru yuiir-1
ult by covering yitr window svlvli Ue
dolU from llalley'i , you can sleep without
bars, uud dine with nil llles. 4-'J 1 lin.
J'ollock.thc former, bad a preliminary hear
ing yoitcrday, and ws bouuJ over to tho
circuit court. UN bail was lived at fl.OJO,
In dcfnil' n IVJU sen. iw me
Motrotlc, Washington ntcuue, near
Tenth street, Is sulliu.; oil' at cot. O-'J tf.
New stock and uow stylos of wall paper
paluU. oils, window gl.n, etc., etc , at U. F.
Jlcl.', new store, Wushlngluu avenue and
riuvvnth street. Call and see the latest
ityles lu Wall paper before purchasing else
Bird cages, llo'Vcr baskets, ttlro cloth
riddles, sand screen, rake, hoes, shovel-,
pades, sjudlngand liay fork, step and ex
teuslon ladders, woud pumps mid a general
'lortment of tinware, stoves nud hoii-c fur
niihlDg gjod, ul llalley's. t-H lm.
W arc the solo ag.'iit for the fcalo of Mil,
ion's pure elder tlncgar, made ou ids (arm
at Cobdou, lllln ls, nn up Inconvenient
lied packages for family use, nud every
4-13 tf. Corn-.v, 1'ack & Co.,
No. tu Ohio I.cvcc.
Mr, Bird entered upon the discharge of
his du'les as p 11 cc mailstrnte yesterday
morning, ills !trt ea-o was that of Patrick
Maloney, charged with tho theft ol n horse
lilanknt. iliu chargo against .Mnlnny was
lU'talned, a-iU he was scut to the cotlll'y
3 all so await iho action of iho next grand
" io girl, daughter of Mr. William
Nwman, tslio lives lu the Fourth ward, met
tvl h a taitl pa utiil nceldcnt ou tVcdiiesdjy
BeiuuK. y some m-.un, tho poor child'
uiiuni lire, uuu bcloio tlio lire
eouiu bo fxtliijulshcd she was s, u-rrblv
burnc l that her life was ilospalrcd of. Dr.
Gordon was called in, and though the child'.
Injuries arc of the ttuitt kind, lie thinks
It may recotcr.
II you want good goods at cjsI, ro to Mo.
oorles; Washington iiveuue. uear Tenth
trtvt. r,. tr
Mr. Chmlcs Kylo nml .Miss Clara Wll
on, both well known In tins cliy, were jes
UrJsy united lu nurilogo t tt'.o rildem
of the brldu's iiarcnls. I ,u ceremony was
ptrlormed by the llcv, II II. Thayer In the
presence or the relative uud select Iriemls
tt the high contracting pirtlc.. Tho bible
and groom took the u ierno'iu u- j 0r a
wedding trip mirlh, folowed by thB beany
Cod wl.hes or uiiny Ii lends for their fn.
ture happiness and prosperity.
The Atheneum wat uowdcil last night
In tho ga.1li.ries, boxes, U,WM fcl.,r( mill t.s,
tra seats were arranged In tliaul-les for Iho
UrgottUUietite anxious lo see ai d hear Mr.
Lawrence Uarrelt as 'Klllott (iiaf i!
pl.o. "itosedule." The perlor.n.nco
lullyupto the expeelathn. conccmlng it
Md the .udlcnce were del ghli d lu a inea,'.
vr which teund tent lu the mo-t raiittir.,if,
ppUUM. As "UlUntt Gray," Mr. liarrel
"l"1 "?roU fiat I. trulv refresh!
l.r, and he nevir fail, to recede tlio t,,,,,,,
Mous approval ol tho au,llcei,.c. M( . '
Btrke.M "Iloso Leigh." eii,t b. ' , lr.
,d; and Ml.. Ocorgle ItelgnMd, the
'leraetir ! "Lady Florence su cor
ala'y bUBoatiperlor. Taken as a whole
W aar wy wltUout fear ol couradlctton'
Matlaitalfbl'aaatcrlalnmeut nt thylett
f m to ikU atiy rtr j$ui.
l)r Attcr Is cugaxod In a good tvotk by
hulldlng nn approach from tlio ''cp"t at
l la Jtidge to the cemetery, which will se
cure, nt ml times, ii llrm and dry wullt, Hi
stoid nl wht It1:i lircti in tlio l't 'omc
time, an almost IinpaMhlc approach. 1 he
doctor says, ha ln always ue n a invnu i
the ladles, he want to amtro them of a com.
foitable walk when he It taken to Ma ;
Ridge. Wo arc atitrcd tlio ladles, mid cltl-.
rem generally, appreciate mid mo duly
thankful to the doctor fur his thoiighifulne
nml the oxprn'o ho has voluntarily Incurred
by hating thl- much needed platform bull'.
.Mr. Win. McIIalc hating been appointed
rhl. f ol imllre. yesterday turned over to
.Mr. Dan. .McCurlhy, his successor In tlio city
j.ill, the keys to that Institution. Dining the
p.i't four J cars Mr. Mcllalo has been city
Jailer, and tvo bellcic tvo but express the
sentiments of n large inajonty of the people
of Calro,tvhcn tvokay that never since Cairo
has been n city, ha any in.ni tilled tho posi
tion more acceptably IImu he. Ho gave to
(ho duties of tho portion his entire time and
attentlnn, and If tho Incoming Jailer per
form his ltillo-i as well, there will bo no
cause lor complaint.
Tho 'Aldlno' for May. Mk roapnltlcciit
mi in i, er. The- mm Mm picture, "The I.co
HionV Is n rplcmlld representation of the
fury ot win Is mid water!-, which hate i
driven the Hilp from her course on the Ice
snore, m'-niu many omer neauuuu uiu'ira
tintis there ore six spirited ones of New
Chicago; the llr-t, n full draw ing, being n
noble architectural t lew of the "New Post
iilllee," ii migiilaccnt structure ami the
ntliiTs similar slows ol' tlio p Inclp il public
liulldlugk of Chicago, us the "I'.u iile Iloiel,''
t'm "Michigan Southern and Hock Island
rassciiycr liepoi," tho "Chamber of Com
merce," and the bullllugsol tho 'Time' and
Mcsrs Strail.'hu and llluMu nt Iho plan
ter's tobacco waiehoue, Tenth street be
tween Wnshiinjloiiand Coni.ncrcl.il iitenue",
will this morning, nt I lie nu il li-jur, oltur I'cr
ale a largo ijU.imlty of tery Hue tobacco.
In this connection we may s.iy thai tlio labor
lutolu'd In tho upbuilding ol a new tobaico
market in spite of Iho counter IUIucucch of
such old and Will-ostiMlsliod market a
those alCl.ukstlllu mid I'adueab, Is scarcely
appreciated by the public. Hut In our e.isu
tvu believe the ltublcuu Is croscd, mid th il
our market has passed tho expel Imcuta'
pc.lnt,andlati'illy. Ul course continued
ell'ort l neccs-ary It wo would havii It rank
among iho Ilrst imirkets of tlio coiinli y, mid
In (hat el'ort riciy citizen ut Cnlrn should
jol.i. It Is an cnllrprtse in which etery elll-
en Is iulcreslcd, nud, If successful, will do
much to nulld up the city. It Is, theielore,
iho duly of every clllien who ha the Inter
est ol Cairo nt heart, to conio up actively
and earnestly to iti support.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Satl'ord start lor Chica
go this afternoon.
Capt. Uamblctnn and lady, Mr'. Or. Casey
hhI many other Mound City people were lu
attendance nt lliu Atheiieum la-t nght.
At tho rcld5iico ol tlio btldo's f ither, Mr.
Samuel WIMn, on Thursday, May 1, 1S13,
at l:Ji) p. m., by the Uev. 11. It. 'I hayer, Mr
Chnilva it. Kjlu to MI,s Cl"ia Wilson, ad of
The above limplo announcement rbronl
cl.', thu hua il.L Mi- clurlox It. Utle, bat-
U beeuuio "llied of the liolloW. tlio lalse,
llie untrue," has dcseltcd the rank ol Hie
singly ulc-ed, mid placed lilmelf under the
broad banner of tho doubly happy one,
along with one of Cairo's falre-t daughters.
Wejol.i n host ol Irleud lu Welcoming the
hainiy collide, mid lu nuinlicrUe.
uiJir iiituie hajijiiuess miu picperllv.
At 1 o'clock jesterday ul'.eruouii the In
tiled guests began to ns-emble, and by tlio
hour appointed tor the wedding Mr. Wil
son's parlors were crowded. A itw minutes
later, Iho bridal parly eiiicrcil and took
their places, the bildcgroom nipporied by
James I'hllil, and the brldo by Miss Ida L.
Uarrell. The ltevcrcud Mr. II. 11. Thayer
then atmroaclicd and, utter n short prayer,
invoking tlio Dltinu blessing upon the
couple about to link their fortunes for life,
in a solemn and very imprcssitc manner,
spoke the word- that made them one, pro
nounced a benediction upon ihcm, nud
introduced to tlio iis-cmblcd friends Mrs.
Congratulations followed and then ic.
freslimentsl tlshly provided and tlio scene
was quickly converted Irom one of great
solemnity to one of great hilarity and enjoy
ment. At three o'clock, Mr. Ktle nud lady
were escorted to tho train by a patty of
irlends uud bidden good speed on their
wedding tour- 'ihelr llrst stopping place
will bo Cincinnati, nud they will be nbseut
ibout three weeks. Whllo the parly were
preparing to go to tho train tto stole a glaueo
ut tlio Imposing array of solid silver presents
the guesis had btought, and noticed the
1st. A heavy silver pitcher, goblets, nud
bowl, Irom the Qui Ive Coierio.
'Jd. Heat y sll er card receiver irom Mrs.
W. II. (iruo.1.
3d, Heavy slltcr bultcr dish Irom Mr. S.
lib. Veiy licaty silver nut basket Irom
Miss Ida !,. llairell.
Mb. Heavy sllicr cako basket Mr. nml Mrs.
Oth. Heavy sllter castor Mrs. Chaillo Hen
dersiin. 7th. Solid silver cake knife. .Mrs. Arnold
th. Heavy sllierfyrup pitcher and stand
from Mls-es I'lieher nml Mis, llagey.
Dili, lleaulllul mother -if pearl curd case
tilled with cud
heating the i.ew name,
Irom Mr. Mo-c Uarrill
lOlh. A niter card me Irom "mother."
llth. Heavy sllicr berry utsh Irom .Mrs.
12th. lleautlful pair va.es fiom Mrs. (Ico.
13th. Pair silver mounted vases from Tuber
llt'i. I'alrsllicrboquet holder Irom Mrs,
1Mb. Fair heat y .liter napkin rings irom
Mis, II ml. on.
Uith. Two inagnlilcent boqucts from Mrs.
Harrel am Mrs. Pope.
Fiery gentkm in should look tlirotigt) our
stock of ttblio shirs bcioro purchasing.
Measures taken, and a lit guaranteed. A
lull line ol underwear, ho-lcry, fiotes, ties,
collars, etc., always in stock.
,i7Iw' Lijluh street.
Mrs. Amu Lung on Ulghth.trcet, between
Comtntrclal und Washington aicnues, ha.
Just opcii"d out a Mock or new and fashion
aMo millinery goods. She has one hundred
and titty dlUcrent stylcsof hats and bonnets,
beside a h'Se as,ortmcnt ol ribbons, flow!
era and notions ot nil mm ..nr uiu.i
I bi Mid at the loweit prices.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MAY 2,
GOOD BOCK HEEK
Comer ol Twelfth street and Washington
Mr. .tacckcl wishes to Inform Ids frlcu
and all lover of Hock Hcer that ho has Jn-t
received n consignment of that beverage,
which he will open to-day. Call around nml
CAIRO A NO VISCHNNXS RAILROAD
Trains now lento Uilto and Mound City as
Lentil Cairo. I.eavo Mound City.
T:to a.m. Tiltln.in.
Vim. 1:15 p.m.
r.:15p.in. fulo "
OiiAH. O. Woon, C.-n'l Ticket Ag't.
ICC CltK.VM SALOON.
As warm weather Is approaching the
lovers ot Ico cream will bo el id to learn that
Mcsr. Saup AjClarksnn have llttrd up and
refurnished, In elegant Mtlc, thelrlce cream
nuvlnia. Their munmoth hoda lountalii has
also been put In running order, ami nolhln
is wanting about tho establishment to make
the plcastlic and romlprt of their patrons
Notice Is hereby git en, that lha amiunl
meeting ol the stocklmldois of the Cairo
City Terry company will be held at the com
panj's office, corner Sixth street ami Ohio
letcc In thl cliy, on .Monday, May.', next
at lUo'cloi'k n. m., for the purpose of elect
ing seven directors to pcrvu the ensuing
year, and lor general buines.
Titos. W. Il.tt.LlUAY, Src'y.
O.tlllO. III., April 17, ISM. 4-IT dtd
notici: or dissolution.
The llrmofSchmetzstorif tCo., bakers and
coufeitlouers.Nn.nl Klghlh street, Is thl day
dUsuhed by mutual consent, .Mr. Schlnetz
stortV retiring. I he bu-luess will be conlln
ucd lit the old stand by Mr. liudolph lleb-
sackcr,ttho Is authnrlzeil to rccclte all mon
ey duo the late tlrm, ami will pay nil their
Caiiio, May I, 1873. 5-i Ot.
1 will tell at my auction room, corner of
.SI tli and Couiiuereljl, nn Saturday May Ud
nt nine o'clock a, in: Four large Ice cream
Irecrcrs, just right for n large ico cream a
loon, Al-o a full lino of hou-chold mid
kitchen furniture, consisting of sofas, parlor
chairs, safe, bedsteads, m ttros-es, marble
tnpccntie tables, cooking s'.otes, heating
stoves, mid nl-o 10 1 bales ot hay ami a lot ol
other goods, too numerous to mention, which
willhcsold. Sale positive without reserve.
d-Ut Da Mia ll.tin.Mt.v, Auctioneer.
The unprecedented success nud tho supe
rlorily ol the Avcrlll Chemical Taint has a!
ready brought numerous worthless liulta
Hons In the narket, under the name ol
"mixed," prepared for Immediate use,
"liquid," and "chemical paints," and this
w. , . ..... ...flll UtMIVl
and con inner), not to confound them with
our manufacture. It Is a well known fact
that when the Avcrlll Chemical l'ulut was
llrst put upon the maikct, it was the only
paint ol the kind that cculd be found. Its
merits were to great, however, that twelve
..i, i. i i, siap'cu i,elor toiiinei-
fclts began to appear, until now they uro
numbered by scores. 'I'licfis so plain as are
these, aro fully proUdcd for In tho United
ii4(,i,it law, uml tvlirn tf IP alllts begun
by the Aveilll Chemical I'nlnt company-and
now in process shall have, been decided, we
shall hold all manufacturers and purchasers
ol liquid paints, In violation ol our patents,
to a tilct account. Sold mixed In all colors
icady for tho brush by N. F.. Way A; Co.,
sixth street, between Washington and Com
1'mcB Cuuukst Okfiok. 1
OaIIU), Monday May 1, 1873.
Tho general market exhibits only
modcriito degree of animation.
Thero Is a bettor domand for corn meal
and some sales havo been made to dealers
at an advanco over prices. Little or
nothing is doing In hay. Flour is very
dull with scarcely any movement. Corn
in moJnrato supply and fair request nt
previous prices, All meats aro quiet, but
vory tlrm, ami stocks on hand aro small.
Thero wus considerable inquiry for oats
with scant oH'uriugs to-day. Uruu Is very
dull at $iu, none soiling. The market Is
fully suppliod with butler and eggs and
prices aro tvonkor. l'oultry of i.ll kinds Is
ley-Correspondent should boar in
in I ml thai our quotations repreiont prices
for round lots from ilrst hiiuda, uoleg
otherwise stilted, und Unit lu tilling small
orders higher prices must bn puld.f
iiKt'uiiT or run M.tiiKnr vou this way
Kl.OUK-Tiie market is vory dull and
silcs aro eoullncd to 100 bbls choice XX.X
lS 70, SO bbls furious (-rades ii'i to
'J fiU mid 60 bbls do SU 75 to y.
11KAN No demand, talcs comprise
i 1 car in sacks $13,
ilAVLow grades entirely unsaleable
very littlu demand lor choice. Wo
in vo no trunraetious to nuto.
UOl'.N Firm nnd in fair demand- re
ceipts light prices remain as provionsly
quoted. .Sales in nicks delivered tvero 1
ear mixed and 1 car follow 47c; 1 car and
- cars it hito J3j j 1 cars miied 17c 1 car
mixed in btirUps !7o ; 'J cars do 17c, bales
in bulk tvero 'I curs white on truck 30c,
1 inr mixed do 33c.
OATS l'rlcoi are firm and unchanged.
.Market active and supply limited. Sales
by samplo were 8 cars mixed 37c sucked
mid delivered, i ears do 37e, and 3 curs in
bulk on tra It 31c.
v.utt. jiLAL Wo noto a slight lm
proTcment in men! and an advanco in
price.. Hales embrace 800 bbls il 1'0 au'd
L'UObbltSi 15-J 20, all itctn dried.
tULAl-Very quia, Sales tvers
1 car givid ambor Si CO and 75 jncki poor
red $1 35.
llUTTEil-Markot fully iiipplled and
dull. Salcs'idpkgs choice roll 30o and
10 pkgs solid packed 28(-30c.
EOG3- -Aro In bettor sup y tt$ pr8eJ
ces are taster. Sales 6,0 J0inra UJ:
CIIICJiJN3-.Vory Jllt ,lind.
l'rlcoi rnngo from S3 75 to $1, according to
rOi'ATOES Tho stock Is reduced and
prices aro firm at S2 per bbl for peach
Al'PLES Unchanged. 1'rlccs rango
as In quality, ?3 to ?1 CO.
l'KOVISION'S Firm, but vory qulot.
It Is difllcu.lt to rIvo correct quotations.
Tho bulk of receipts nro forwarded to
Southern market'. We qttoto prices un
clu.njcil. HACONQulol, but vory llrm, with a
small stock on linnd, Shoulder, aro
quoted nt 8c, clear rib sides at lOJc, clear
sides at lOJC.
HAMS Aro In fair demand nnd llrm
nt 1 iloa V- H' 'or '"Br "fed. l'lnln
country cured 13jc.
IiAltO Kellned Is fn iigiu supply ana
in demand. Tierce, rellnod, is now hold
nl 7&8c; ke 2t0c; !100 tlorces reflned
sold, to arrive, nt c r' lb.
HUKAKI'AST UACON is In bettor
supply and tho demand Is only moderate
Quoted nt 11J12C.
DKIEI) I'ltUir. Very lltllo doing
Dried poaches nro quoted nt t(ic, nnd
dried applet at Cj.
SUOAH. Aetivo and selling 12c for
rolfco A i 1 lMJc for crushed, powdorcd
TEAS. Imperial, 751 115 5 Uunpow
der, 70l 'lb ; Oolong black, 7f.QT.i-l
Young Hyson, ?11 10.
CJIIEESE. Oood demand : Now York
fsctory V lb lOJnTjKe.
SVItUl'S The demand 'Is fair for
choico at 00cil gal and New Orleans
I'LAsTEKINO 11A1U.-35CV bushel
LI.ME.-In lots 51 Uf to 1 60 i bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesale .52- 0 p
COAL OIL. 2r.(U'27e.
OUNNlES.-Ke.sewed'Jj bushels 18c;
3 bushels '20c.
15ic: do 10 or. 10c: 4 bushels
bushels 'Jlii 0 bushels Tic.
SO AT. Schaeffer's German
7jc; Uhntnpalgn soap,
TALLOW, V- lb "c,
IIHOOMS. Dull ; common house sell
at $1 00 j cbolco nnd oxtra cuoico
3 75 ; steamboat $1 606 00.
FKEIGI1T Cotton, compressed, to
Nuw York, 85c; to Boston, 1. Un
compressed, to Now York, $1 14; to Bos
KATES To Now OrlooDS and Ticks
burg: Potatoes, apples, etc, 40c; pork
I; pound freights 20c por ctvt; hay
$7 50 por ton; wuiikey $1 40 per bbl.
TO MEM PUIS Flour, etc 35c per 1 bl;
pound freight! 17Ja per cwt; hay C 00 per
ton whiskey C0c per bbl; pork COc per
Steamer Julia, Vloksburp;
" Molliu Ebert, New Orleans
o St. Joseph, Memphis
" Jim Fisk, Jr. l'ducah
II S Turner, New Orleans
" Illinois, Columbus
11 City of Quiney, Now Orleans
" Win Uouen. St. Louis
atury Ouvnge, St Louis
" T F Eokort, Louisville
it E Leo, Loulsvillo
Steamor Julia, St Louis
" Mollio Ebort, St LojIs
" St Jofoph, St Louis
11 .11 m Fisk, Jr, I'ailucah
" II S Turner. Cincinnati
" Illinois, Columbus
" . City of Qulney, St Louis
" Idlnwild, Kvansvlllo
" It E Loo, Now Orleans.
condition or TUK ntVEIH.
Since our last riport the fall in tho Ohio
has been chockod ind was docllning very
slowly yesterday. Tho Mississippi Is rU
Special dlspatclm to Tun liuu.imrf re
port tho condition of tho rivors ut various
IIUBI.ST.9f AND WKATHKn.
lluslnoss was vory good yesterday, con
sldortng tho amount of freight that was
on hand for shipmeit. Tho weather wus
partly clear and vorj windy.
Tho donso darkneu nnd wind of night
before last made alt tlio boats go to tho
bank that woro undir way, und those
mat vtere lu port wctu obliged to remain
until the wind subsided.
The It. E. Loo went down ut dnrk last
uvenlnu with alt tho freight tho could
carry. Sko stayed here only long enougl
to tako pnstengors.
Tho llichmond c.imo In with about
1100 tons and took all tho frclcht thero
was for shLimont and intends filling out
her trip below here.
Tito 11. S. Tumor had some little freight
Mr. John Ouyor, diver on the Eekharl,
arrived here In advanco of his boat ycsler
day. Tho Eckcrt catno in about durk
nnd wo tvero told that sho will go to the
sunken barge Maude Lowrv and see what
elm can do with her.
Tho Cowon brought in two bargos load
ed with iron oro.
Tho Mary Davngo catno in from St.
Louis without any tow.
I'lly Nniluuttl llunk llulldlnir.
ML.Npcil tttKolioa pant toorlertlrom steau
b'sis nliflii or.Ut
Has now on hand all tdndi of
DBY COltD AND STOVE WOOD
For sale. lA o ordtn at
WM. KLUOE'3 STORK,
Comer Sixth and Commerebti
Ot at oomtrollvrsllUi ana J'cplw
win i.n miction this daf (Friday)
nt 10 o'clock mm., at the residence ol Mi.
Ventres, Washington avenue, between
Seventeenth nml Klghteciith streets. :
PARLOR AN!) KITCHEN
Carpets, etc., etc. iood
Will bo rcceltod at 77 Ohio levee, until
May 10, lot the removal ol ollal from tin
city a tirnt tiled lu ordinance I, section Ml,
city ordinances, l'h council reserves the
lit it to re eel anv ami all i d-, slmulil tliet
deem It to the bet Interests ol the city to do
so. rc, ii. K.ti.t.i-i, :tty ujtnptroin-r.
Caiiio, Ills, Apill no, l:i. b-i.tit
SlUMHIMsslON AND SUHWAKIIINtJ.
HALL1DAY 1J HOT HUES
fOUWAUUING and COMMISSION
H K II II II A N Tl.
DP: ALE US li FJ OUU
4n.t Aijnls ol
f IHO UtVUIl AND UANAWIU
70 Ouio Lbvkic,
COFFKY, PACE & CO.,
f1 KS "Y A II I. 1 H U
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
MlLLEll Ac PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roa FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Jt. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AMI IlKALKlt IN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, . . . ILLINOIS
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(MaccMors to K. 11. IlinJrlcis A Uo.i
Forwarding and ComiwissioD
Lllrl AdtftUci-miiiitH rnn-le Zf
PS uj.on CoDslKUiiient.
Are pri-ptrrj to rMene, store nd lorwsnl
frrlvhtr to all points nnd bur ''
wll on oommismoD,
Vlliilnii un'l1 to nrnmptlT;
Tto spleadlJ stoamer
Dice Fowt, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday cpU
4 D.IB iTOr Beirut OlM'ageappij .,' "
W;3Sftvt?-'J?f' ,5otuil 811
o i us;
BICOMPANV mam ;
fO.sjJIMNION .'I i:itt'IIA.T.H.
Ii. II. MATUUKS.. " UMl
MATI1USS st UHIi,
Commissi ot2 1M k h c hantb
I AT ANIJ WESTERN PllODUCE ,
WOOD UlTTENllOUSK & BUO.
Gjucral t'ommibsiou MorehantB
ji i.i. i. tf.it sr.
MRS. M c G E E,
Oo KlKhthriirtM, I Hwcn CuinmerJial n 1 Wa
Bittoa ATennes, Is tM!f tM:elTla
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LA1F.Hr t-l'niNfl AND UMMKR STVLKk
nosulm t lull line of
EOWWET8 &z HATS
ITrimmad nrnl untrimmert, I
FIlF.NCII FLOV.'KUU. HIHHO.Nd, TlUMJIINOs)
of nil kind,, t.KC. etc., tc.
Mrs. MeOcA hni lso s Ihtijb usnrtnirnt p
KMioy Article, nch ks
.NKCK Tl.. GtLLARH, USHRkHLKKVEO,
An-I 11 fiitior srticles inimlly fotml In
First-class millinkry stork
Mrs. McGoo, In addition to her atock nl
F'aucv and Milllnerv Good'. Iiiih n tin,, nml
Complete assortment of Clnejnnatl (Justimi i
made Ladles' and Misses' sjlioen and Clili- '
drens' Hoots-, Hlaek and in Colors. These
aroacknowlcd,'ed to he the linen and hest
ever In tho market, ami thU Is tho only '
house the city that inula' the 111 a specialty. I
I) It Y ii O II ti.
72. FALL AND WINTER '73 ;
C. HAN NY.
a 11 k c k s,
S T R I r K s,
KENTUCKY JCANH, TXVHA,
LARGE STOCK OF UAIH-TINQ
OUT 11 AN US,
Uli Eutlro Mlock
VIKY LOW FIGUREB.
COB Bm IT. AKB 00llilIlCUtAT,
74: OHIO IjSia'ViiJS
Hotuil and I'retcuptio
ml Klijtitti street.
Of eliamols ami rabbit skin
for weak lungs.
At IIAItCLAY UKOS.
KOU SOUK THROAT,
Prepared and sold
llv IIAItCLAY IIROS
And Disinfectants lor Htablo'
Ai IIAItCLAY IIROS.
" YOUNO AMKRICA,
And "I'tiltcr-al Htandard.'
At 1JARCLAY UROd.
j q H U E L S ,
1 ImIk of Hi. Ixmls.
ROOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
I Comer Ttvellth street and Oommerclil Ave
I ItLANK HOOKS of every desrrftitloti done
I "i" ind dispatch. All kinds ol
i nillm; done t sliuii nutleo. nn.ir.. vn.lc.
I Mairazlnes aDd Periodicals hound ucat atni
at tlie lowest toluIe rates.
County work, such as lleeorihi , 'DocLeti
Fee Hooks, lllallkv, etc.. made a I leclullty
Holies, l'ocket Uool, Euve lopes, eto
made to ni-.tr 11.24 tt
MILLIARD SALOON AND HA R
ROOM. JOHN 4JATKM, Proprloiw..
10 Oornrnfrewl A,no, CAIKO, ILI.INUIe
llesl brund ot Cllfo lUljtvsu rfosli.J,
HILLIAltl) saloon furnished with the l.est
of tables t and har supplied with wines, liquors
and cliram of thenost hrand".
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PATtKS, Prorrietor,
Oliln Levee, bet, 4th and.llth street",
. 0 '.;
,, ,;,;,, iiuuui, IO lms popular
ltcstatirant, and tho quests will Uud every
rcqul-lii) lor thclraceomodatioii.
TUB HILL OF FARE
eonslsts of every MihUantlal and delleaer ol
tho season. '
.i supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOHS.WINES &CI0AHS
JSTMIxcil drinks prepared with care.
i ST. NICHOLAS J
BABBY WALKER Vtopt.
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