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AMJAUIN I.OIXIK, NO, M.
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Kfllnwn' Hull. Howie,
y,. AJ orient Vnl.r .ir'tM-l-Kil.
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nl lilf-wtw uii. In tliilr jmll 1.11
r(i MIA1 iiAHiti ii i
IAIHO KNOAMI'MKNT, I. 11.11. K.. Iiiri-M
l J hi Oilil lMI'iwn Hull 'ii Hi'1 nrKtiiml llilr.1
ri IJAIIIOI.OIHIH. NO.CT.A.l'. A A.M.
f llcit.l rt ifi.Lir c.iniinitnlr.itlon in Mil
yJTumU' If til, rirwr lViintmTrl.il hviiiui;
Vnnl KIrIiIIi flnt, nn llio wcowl nii'l
i. mill Mmnlnv iifimli nmiilli.
Klx :f 100 Pulaski county lintuls, wl
iliii1. l.iiiMln; ol .liilni r.. i fit. at i ny
Niillonal Hank, (.'alio, l-lll'.l
Alli'iltliill 1 Iti-HliT.
U'i; Iiavi' I'our (lo.cn Imitation Kbony
-llimi'lIM (ntl.OlK'IIITll. lakcii luf ailviT-
tWInjr, wliluli w will u lliitlswi tiollnr-
IIT lllll'll. llHJlllll! Ill Ullllltlll OlliC'C.
Tito futliorof all lloas cImm, a FDVtn
ncli Havana filler, for live ct.nH at
1 2-l!)-tf L'OHI'KltlllWAlT & I'lllM-ll.
For ciileiiillil blanket, water-i-roof,
ra'liiiicrcn anil Jeani, Kill on Hurler, 121
Commercial tivrntii;. llMiMin.
Oil elolln Mtrjwt", inni nml In fart
I'Vcrytlilui: In-art (tin wli-li for, t-anliu
fuiiml by tailing on lliir-r it Co, li'l
Coiiiiiiinlal uvcinic, 12-10-1 m
Ho Mire nml come to tin: grnwl lunch
iifOnr Saloon tu-uflit.
Hl'.'-l.Vtf Flllll). Iloi'llKINH.
l-'ulll'M Mli-llllIK to lllKllllf! iiihUt-
wcar for Hiciiim-Ivi or clillilrcii, can cl
jtHt w li:it" licy want at Hurler ."t iVn,
121 Commercial iivciinc 12-lil.Jin
Hosiery, glove, nuljlai ami m-urf
In reat nlmmlnnco, nml :tt,llie vi ry low
1 H price, al Hurler .t CoV; 121, Com
nii'icial nvctiiiv. 12-lll-lin.
Filty rcnl, at Winter's Gallery.
Tli ln.tci ortlio.iiift liwIIJIousJaily
can I w MtlMli'il by calllnj; on" Hurler &
'o, wlien lliey want law, cinhrolilvrlw,
IIihmi, cull or collar.. 'J'litlr stock- U
Kiiperh anil eonit,i!cl. 12-19-1 m.
A book-kecj-er. w ho I wietiinloyul
In tlie evening, woulJ like aslt or more
or book to write lip or jivm, of to ilf any
work tbat any partita may wMi done.
Adilrc. P.. tills otllw. ,: " 1-1MM
Table linen, napkin, towcU and
lx-d fprvads of every .kindjind to suit
the wanU of i-vcry rrf'riQti, but bcloilnd
In great ubtiiidanco at Hurler it CoV,
121 Commercial ,nvcnui. 12-10-lin
A largo ttock of ladles'. ml-M:' and
children' fliocn, of the latwt fctylo and
fluent material, nml very cheap, arc 011
mIu at Hurler & Co 121 Commcrclul
For rlblwns and lies ofevery f bftdo
mid quality, and niiifllcn of all klutU,
you thoilld '0 to Hinder & Oft, 121,
Commercial avenue.. .They haviq jint
what yon want, and will not tail to plmo
you. . 12-iy-lm
Mrs. Kate Cooinrollcrii her services
a a nurse In slcl;wi. .hc- ba? had m;v
end years CAperienec nml can ylvc the,
l)est of rcterciiw. Teriin $." ycr week.
Apply at her re.-lilenee in Wilcox' block,
corner ot F.loveiitli street null Waihlng
ton avenue. l-'J-ll
It you want an ccoiiouilcal heating
tovc for wood and one of the hambom
cit stoves in tho market, Willi illiimlna
ted front, buy the Improved Kveidn
Star which took the blue ribbon at M.
I.ouls Fair lat October, overall others
on exhibition. For satu by C. W. Hen
derson, lll Cominerelal aveiitie, Cairo,
Hurler Jb Ok have on hand one of
llio larjjo.it, most elegant and fashion
able Mocks ol lira oods, silks and pop
Hih ever brought to Cairo. 'I'hey have
put their prhvs down to the very lowest
notch, and buyers will llud It to their
advantage to flvo them a call. I2-I!i-Iiu
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
FOU5AI.I: OU KKCHANGK.
Nine ami a quarter acres of good land
In the town ot Santa Fe, twenty-one
miles Irom Cairo on the .Mis-dlppl
river. Contains two dwellings, stnre
houso and barn. (Jnod water on prem
ises, orelinrd contaliiH :0U IriilttiMis of
dlU'etx'tit varletlc. Good chaneo fur a
physician, as there is nono within 11 vo
miles of the town. Will exchano for
Cairo propel ty or f.ell.
Good ilwelllu Immii'u on Walnut, he
twei'ii Tweiity-serond and Twenty-third
Tenement .No, 2, on Seventh Mreet,
wcM of Walnut.
filon.'-rooni corner Twentieth and
El lluslness houso on I.ovee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham itStllwell.
Winter's lllock-suitable for Hotel
Olllecs or Huslncs.s rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered I, Sand 0, in
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
Xo. 10 (corner), y.12 DO 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenuo I rooms 910 a mouth.
Store room In "Pilot Houeo," lately
occupied lv A. Ilalley.
A jjomi farm with good hoiiFes,oppo
situ Cairo Haws farm cheap.
A small House west of Twenty-
Bee.ond strcct,ncar Pine, SI per month.
Dwelling house 011 Twcllth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms.
Stoio room on f.uvcc, above Eighth
street f 20 per mouth.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
Upper lloor of brick building on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street,
lloouis In various parts ol tho city.
FOU LEASE OU BALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cnlro.
HATI'.S Ol' AIIVKIillMMi.
JCJAII bill r.irncln-rtliilnL', moiliifiit.il (my
iiMp Iff MlVASI.K '
Tratmlcnt mlntll'lii)? Will l'lnnrtcil ntllm
mlp r?l "I Krf":"'' f'lrllii Hrnt lii'itllmi
nml &lfi'U furi'ArlMiili-niiirntnni. A lllM-nd
ilKn.mit will Ih- ini.lc on fl:ni.lln nml ill?lny
Cliiirrli, hoclily, ycttliiil nml fiiiiT notlcrs
will only lc In'prl'd us iiilnTtlwinrnt
Kur InwrtlnR KhiiiiiI notliu t m. Kotlceuf
niMlnKof")'lfh'i')ri"rr'lintTi) WIctiiW fur
No n.lvi rll'inciit will Ik- ncclw-l nl 1 r tl.nn
Ion II linn or mom, Jimrriru
in ihn nulli.llti nn iollown!
Ono iniinrtlon por Una Contn.
TwolnBuitlonnpurlln 7 Oontn.
Throlnaprtloniilinrlliin 10 CenU.
HlxliiBoittono por lino- 10 J-'-ntn.
Tvo wftohH por lino S!ft Cnlu.
Ono month por linn .......ID LvnUi.
So JloJuctlon will bo maito In uboiro
TCnKDAV, .IANCAUV is, 1H7C.
I.ornl Wrnllicr Iletmrl.
Oaiiio, III , .Imi 17, Ifli.
Vm.. I W'cAin,
7 a. 111 I " ST
II . . U70
t p.m. I .'
3il" I an
I 1 ( .1,111.1 r
S f UniKly
0 I "
ToUl amunntor "'"'".'xjikIs wli l-.ON,
y rint. Blg'ii'tlVt n Irf j V . A.
Collage on lUlh street, llvoroom?, good
cittern, etc, Fnqnlre of I lit. rMltll.
All lboo lndi bteil to Hellhron t Weil
are hereby leqitested to fettle up forth
with. .1. HiiiciitKii:..,
Three rooms, fiirnlthi.il orjinturiiWicd,
to let with board. In the lllelock hoii'e,
corner Seventh andWahiut tt reels. En
qulreon the jreinl-e 1-l.Vtl
. I'nr Hnlr.
Choice .Mlnno'oUi potatoes at (X) cents
)cr Iiii.-hel; anil a large mppiy
3l fj-unh "tiAxries always on naml
it low prices. Choice bolter a t iiccialty.
lJ-SO-tf l.. 11. jivi;ih.
Aoticc l fitlinM.ltrvi-N.
Viillm 1b liendiv srlven t6 nil saloon-
;...,r.rj lint tn (I'll mil' kllld Of llltOXlea-
tlng liquors to my husband, Harney S.
Crane. Any per?on vioianng uus nouce
w III be proi-ecutcd to the lullest extent of
the law. Mvka .1. Ciiam:.
Caiiso, .Ian. in, 1S70. l-17-2t
A Clicap I'lnno.
Wc' hive a duu bill good lor $.123, part
payment on a $000 piano, of .Tullus
Haucr N: Co., Chicago, that wj want
to realize on. Any one wanting a line
piano nt 11 Imrgaln will llnd it to tliclr
advantage to call at tho Hl'li.utix
in If lf llml I;m:i1C.
The midcri-igiifsl oflers lor sale lots Xo.
12, Kl and 1 1, In block Xo. 20. hi tho city
or Cairo, together witli a cottagu sltu
ited on said lots, at a low figure. For
rurlhcr Information, call at the residence
ol the undersigned. .Ions Scin:i:u
WihiiI nml ('mil.
A ft wood by the cord, $.'1 T.'; 1 ft
wood by the.hali'cord, ?2 00; I tl sawed,
K!rcord,fl M; I li wood sawed and
split perron), SS W. Coal, per single
ton, $1 0i); coal, two ton, $1 ""; coal,
I or more tons, $.'1 SO.
1-G-lm. C. W. Wni:i:i.i:n & Co.
Wo will pay no bill contracted by nny
employe of Tin: Hui.i.inix, unless the
same Is tnado on a written order signed
by the president or tcerctary oftho com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
bv an employe of the company, lor any
t.MUO IIUM.KTIX l.().MI'.XV.
Xovember 10, 1S7.1. If
iiiiiii) or hoiikiiii.
C. Koch has removed his boot and
sho'j shop from the old stand to his
new brick building (one block lielow),
Xo. !(0 Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, where ho will
keep the hot homo made and St. I.oul
custom made boots nod shoc, made of
tho bet material ; good workmanship
mid hi tho latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. !i-2:Ml.
Propovds will be received by the Ordi
nance Committee, of the city council, of
the City of Cairo, until tho 20th Inst.,
fur pi luting In book form the revised 01-
illuaneo and laws relating thereto, of said
illy. The manuscript can bo been and
character of work required can bo ss
ci'i talued liy calling at olllco of Hon.
.I0I111 M. l.aiiMlui. Proposals should ho
ad'lrosted to "the i ndenilgned.
X. It. Tuisi i.uwood, Chairman.
Cairo, .Ian. lfi, 1S."I. 1-10-td
! Vur Llerime.
Cahio, 1 1J.9, '3 annary 15, 1S7C.
ORDRIl NO. I).
To.Iohti II, CoiMiian, CltT M.mlmt 1
Sin You will give noticn to all per
sons having licenn) to pay to do business
iu the city of Cairo, that they must take
out tho same lusldo of ten
days from this date, all persons
disobeying this order, you will
see that thoy am prosecuted under
the ordinances of the city, governing tho
same. Yours &u, II. Winti:ii, Mayor.
. Xoileo Is hereby clvcn to all perisousdo-
IngJiuMucss In the city of Cairo, and nUn
toilraymcii and teamsters wno nave 1101
paid their lieenso for lids year, that lliey
iiiti-t tako out tho saino"t)n or beloru tho
2Dth day of January 1S7U.
All delinquents alter said dato" will bo
proeeutcd under tho ordlnancos-of tho
city governing licenses.
Cahio Im.h., Jainiai-y 10, 1S70.
John II. GossMA.v.'-C'itJ Murhnl,
I WlttH. I
til l t HW J
f.i 1 h !
MS I H I
Judge I trow Is holding probate
15. U. Jones and Geo. Field, ol Hos.
Ion. were regained nt the fit. Charles
.1. II. FoU r and lady, Clinton, and
F. J. Davl, lloslon, Ma'sachtiK'tts, were
lit the St. Chailes ycdrnlay.
Come one, como nil, nml eat ol the
grand lunch at "Our Saloon" to-night.
12-liVtf Piu:i. Ilopiiniss.
A little daughter of Mr. Geo. A1111
strong', Twcltth street below Cular,
tiled yesterday ofro.-eola.
Ice consume rs express lears Unit the
leu supply will be limited next season,
and consequently very cxpeii'lvc.
M. P. Fulton and family, Stccletou 11,
Illinois, were at the St. Charles hotel yes
terday. The noonday prayer Hireling nl llio
.Methodist ehuieh are well allcndul and
doing much good.
Probate couit, Judge F. Hrosi pre
siding, convened yesterday morning at
Mrs. Saunders' concert will take
place to-morrow (Wednesday), evening.
Iti'incmlieied thl, and go.
ISciiJ. We.dcy and llerrln Daniels, on
a charge of lighting, were yesterday lined
live dollars and cots each by Jinlgo Hird.
They both paid.
-Tin- trliiti.r.I K. I.nno, on a charge
ol inandaugliter,! set for this morning.
It will probably go over till to-morrow
A little daughter ol Air. Abie's dletl
of scat let fever on .Sunday, and was
buried yesteiday. Mr. Able has two
more children who are very low with
tho same ilUeusc.
Let It ho remembered that the origi
nal Georgia mlntrels will give two exhi
bitions In this elty this week Fiiday and
Iv Kuapp, son oCol. George Knapp,
proprietor of the St. Louis JltjuMfan,
was a guest at (he St. Charles hotel yes
terday. Doctors have thilr hands full now.
There Is nn unusual amount of Icknes
among the small children of the city.
The trial of the Crohn W. J., Sr.,
and W. .1., Jr., will probably como up
tor trial the latter part of this week. Thu
witnesses arc expected to arrive in a day
In consequence of thy wet weather
work on the new levee has been sus
pended for the present. Xo headway
(tan be. accomplished while the ground Is
In its'precnt condition.
William Murnliv and Geo. Hums.
for being drunk were btsforo Judge Hird
yesterday, and llnd two dollars and costs
each. Falling to pay, they were sent to
the calaboose for three days each.
Died on Monday afternoon, Jennie,
daughter ot Geo. 15. and Katy Arm
strong, aged six years. Funeral ser
vices at tho residences on Twelfth street,
between Cedar and Locust, this after
noon at half past one o'clock.
Xoon prayer meetings will be contin
ued this week in thu Methodi-t church.
The regular cvcnlug services will be held
the llrst three nights in the Aicthodist
church, and the balance of the week in
tho Prcibyterlan church.
The Turner Society are making
arrangements for a grand masquerade
ball, lo be given at their hall, corner ot
Tenth and Poplar streets, 011 the night of
February 27th, 170.
Notwithstanding the Inclemency of
the weather, there was a good turnout
r' the masquerade ball at Turner hall
last night, and a good time, was had.
The trial 01 Dr. llascill was still be-
foro the circuit court yesterday, and
when the court adjourned last night had
not reached its conclii -lou.
MtCarty, the man who inflicted tho
kicks on the man Hnckiey, who died in
the hospital last Friday, was arrested at
a negro cabin iu the upper part of the
city yesterday morning.
Mrs. Saunder s grand concert has
bceu unavoldly postponed till Wednes
day evening, tho 19th Inst. Reserved
seats can be secured without extra charge
by early application at llartiuau's.
Tickets fifty cents; children half price.
Mr. Patrick Cochran is happy. Ho
l. the father ofanother hoy, and proposes
to name It Patrick. ItU n bouncing hoy,
strong ami healthy, and Mr. Cochran Is
tho happtest man In town.
l'egular convocation of Cairo Chap
ter, Xo. 70, to he, held at tho Masonic hall.
thls,TneMlay rvening, January IStli. Vis
iting companions arc cordially invited.
C. Haxnv. Secretary.
Wo hear ol a number ot our citizens
who contemplate visiting Marlon, Wil
liamson county, on Friday next, January,
21st, to witness thu execution of tlio mur
derer, Marsha) Cralu. It Is to be hoped
that Cralu will he sent Into the "blue
beyond" In style.
Tnerc is no merchant In Cairo who
understand more perfectly the wants of
our people than J. Hurger, and 011 his
last trip wild, he purchased oiioot tho
mot elegant stocks of shawls, cloaks
and furs that could bo found. Give liiui
a call and look nt them, whether you buy
or not. 12-)!Mtn.
Owing to tho non-arrival yesterday
of the alternoon train on thu MUsisMppl
Central railroad, Shay's minstrels could
not reach tho city In tiiuu to exhibit last
night. They will he 011 hand to-night,
however, when the best show of the sea
sun may ho seen.
Miss Joslo Fosgatoof Hurllugton, Io
wa, who has been visiting at thu resi
dence of her mint., Mrs. I.ouls Jorgenson,
In this city, took her departure on Satur
day for her home. Miss Fostgato Is an
accomplished young lady, and made
many warm friends during her stay hi
Sickness among tho children ot tho
city seems to bo Increasing ralher than
diminishing. There are various opluloun
as to the nature ol tho dlseaso ; but the
doctors call it roseola, and It l to ho pre
sumed that they know what It Is, Ono
thing Is certain, there is 1111 unusual
amount of sickness, ami that, too, of a
vry dangerous character. Two deaths
Were reported yojterday,
Tho following dispatch from Mr.
Charles, jiii.iy, proprietor of Shay'n mln
strcls, a- lecelvcd lat night :
Mm.AV.Tkn.v., Jan. 17, ls70.
Mn. D. 1 1 aiit!)IA.v Vniroi Missed rail
road coniiectloi. ('au't fihow to-night.
Will bo 011 hniil to-morrow night, sure.
Wo under ml that Mr. John Major
and Mr. Tissl r, of this city, hac en
leicd Into a 1 i-parlorneridilp with the
view of establl idng a plowmanulactory.
Their rslahlM ncnt will !m located on
Tenth street, etwceii Washington and
Coinincielal armies. The concern will
bo run by steair.
An lutcrt s j'ng lawsuit between horse
doctor Steven i and John Fry came oil'
before Judge jlnl yesterday. .Stevens
obtained Judgip nt against Fry for like
dollars. I'm apx aled to the circuit
court, lilglitbere let Uh rrmaik that It
I Just such suj as tho 0110 referred to
that have banlliuptetl the county. While
tho sum total h
olved Is only nine do.
Drs, It will cothe county two hundred
dollars lo try tit cae.
Caiuo, Im-.Ionkay Evening, 1
Juitiary 17, ll7tl.
Huslurs3 Iu all lit branches since our
last liMio has bccifV-xccodlusilv oilier.
The weather has undergone another
chauire. a dri.llri' rain hav
ing set In Saliinlay night, which
has continued up to this time. Hates'
from Cairo to Xew Orient and from St.
Louis to Xew Oili-au are now the
same, which places our merchants at a
great disadvantage In competing with St.
I.oul. Flour Is very quiet and slow.
The receipts of choice hay have been
light; there Is an overwork of common
and medium grades, and nothing N being
done in them. Tho receipts of corn have
been light, but there H plenty here to
supply the demand. Oat are Iu fair
demand, but there I no advance in
price", and there I plenty here to supply
thu want. Meal and bran are unchanged ;
they are very dull. The market Is over-
locked with butter and It Is still coming
In ; the demand Is light, with 2.1 cents the
outside figures to lie obtancd for tho
very best ; common grades are very dull
at hi to 18 cents. Egg are very plumy
and dull at 15 cent'. The receipts of
poultry have been more llbcr.il ; hens arc
selling at S.T&a 50. The receipts of
dreied have been light, and unless tho
weather continues warm and rainy, there
will be an active demand. There It a
small local doinaud for dressed meats,
with enough here to satisfy the call.
Apples are quiet and dull ; choice are
wanted. Early seed potatoes are scarce
mid iu demand. Provisions arc quiet.
jlOur friends should bear In mhid
that the price hero given nrc usually for
ales from fir4t bauds iu round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots it is nec
essary to cliarge an advance over these
Flour Is quiet and sales slow. S.do
reported were 200 barrel various grades
on orders, $1 27 00 ; 1000 barrels
various grades, Si WQyi '; wo uarreis
various grade on orders, $1 00j7 30;
.'00 barrel' $ 00&7 00; 150 barrel
rartous grades, SI OO&C SO; 200 barrels
various grades, $100(25 70.
The receipts of choice have been light,
while the market is overstocked with
medium and common grades. We note
sale of 1 car praiario $10 00 ; 1 car
prir.10 Timothy, $13 00; I car choice
mixed, $12 00; 1 car good mixed,
Demand light, with plenty on hand to
supply want'. A small amount will llud
sales "at the mills af from 3S to -10 cents
for white In bulk. Sales reported were 2
ears white In sack's delivered 15c ; 1 car
white in bulk on track. 3Je.
Prices remain as last quoted. The de
mand 1 fair, but there Is plenty hero to
supply the call. Wo note the sale of 1
ear white lue ; 1 car mixed 41c; 1 car
white -15c; 2 cars black seed, 50e; 1 uir
Southern Illinois in bulk, 113c ; 2 cars
sacked ami delivered 37t0o; 2 ears light
mixed la bull; 3:1; 1 car Xo. 2 mixed
sacked anil delivered 40c ; I car Southern
Illinois sacked and delivered 3'Jc ; 1 car
Northern In hulk 30Jc.
Very dull, and but little doing, with
prices declining. Sales reported wtro200
barrels city steam dried, $2 10; 1(0 bar
tels Hcacher' Pearl, $2 10; 100 barrels
country, $1 00.
No sales wero reported, ami dealer
have nothing to say for It.
Maiket overstocked aiitl moro com
ing, with light demand. Com
mon grates are exceedingly dull.
Sales reported weiu : 1." packages, If!)
25e ; 10 packages Southtin IllluoN, lfi&i
20c, 3 palls Southern Illinois, 15o; 100
pounds roll, 2ilc; 15 pall Southern, 10c;
10 packages Northern roll, 23$2I; 5
packages Northern roll, old, lSl'Ju; 5
packages Northern packed, 20c; 5 pack
age Northern packul, 21c; 7 tub
packed, We; 3 packas common, 15
Henty and dull, with n light demand.
Sales reported were : 100 do.., 16e; 100
do., l5o; 300 do., 1 IfedOo ; 2 caes 156 5
200 do.. lli)15o.
ltccclpts more llber.il. There Is an ac
tive demand lor drc-sed. Sale. noletl
wero 150 pounds dressed turkeys, 13o; 2
doen dressed thickens, $3 25 ; 25 do.uu
live chickens, $:l ; 2 do.cu live turkeys,
Demand light, with supply equal to
call. Sales reported wero H)00 pounds
dressed hogs, 7Jo; 1000 pounds beef, M
5o ; 500 pounds mutton, 7c.
Common apples are dull and slow sale.
Choice are in demand. Sales wero 30 bar
rels $1 5(il ; 2(1 barrel Wliiefapv?!
iu lurrcls lien nnvH, 51; MJiarrrK
Early ectl potatoes are scarce and Iu
'demand. Early Hose will tiring from
$1 75 to .?2 ; Pink Eyes $1 50 to $1 75,
anil Peach Mows Mir. per bushel. Wu
notr the salo of 15 barrel' Early Hose,
(Jnlrt, not much doing. Sales were 10
barrel standard mess pork, $20 50.
Dull, the market I overlooked, nnd
those on hand are brclnlnir to sttrout.
and are unsaleable, owing to bad weather.
HIDES AND F(M!S.
Hides aredull, but there 1 n fair de
mand for lUrs, at quotations:
IIiiM-Dry dint. 13r.i)lh. dry sailed,
llpijlic; green salted, f)r, damaged,
V.. I n.ian.l l . V. 1 ........ . V.'il'
..... . -..., v. , ..... ,'-.., ...v,
5f)(i0c; No, 3, 25c; No. I. 10c; lied,
Vi. 1 nnunl SI Ml Vn I mini, 41 .
, - .... , ..... ..... .., . ...
Skunk Mack, Mktfr.$l ; lialf ptrii(Ml,rrO
fYi.. . inffiMt 'fti lift. 1 r. t.,,T
sum SgjlOc. Heaver $l r(YnJ2. Mu"k-
rni iwi)-j.c. near .o. i. 53; o.a,ss.i;
No. 3, 4.25 ; No. I, Mte.
Dkku HKi.vs-Quote: Winter, 2:).'t0c ;
STUART & GH0LS0N.
Owing to 0 coiitomplatodchtniRO
in our buflincss, on ornbout tho
firatof March, wo shall offer from
,hin dnto our ontiro stock of dry
goods, notions, nnd Bhoos ot first
cost This in a raro opportunity
for tlioso who desiro buying frosh
and scasonublo goods at lower
prices than they lnvo over boon
offered for. Como early and avoid
tho rush. From this dnto no goods
will bo sold except for cash.
Frionds willplcaso makon, noto of
this. STUART & GIXOLSON.
W'Xn DErAnnitxT. Itivcn Hrronr, J
Jan is. ls7. (
i riH wcottote : western Otter. Xo.
1, $ii(,ii 50; No 2, $3l 50: No. X $!(-
1 50; No. I, 2.V. M Ink-No. 1. $lf
1 25; No 2, MySjT.'o; No. 3, 25c; No. 1,
10c. Uaccoon No. 1, 0f"JVic : No. 2.
10... Vn 'I Kin- V.. .1 H... I..r llnv
LOW WATKJI, CMANIIl.
n, ix. t-r. i.v.
! 10 x a
l'J to t 2
! n .v t
i.! ..S.!ii8. i
I ss 1 11 0
Is c x 5
Slsnal hcTTlrp, U.S. A.
Cairo M M.
Steamer Plorcnco Lee. Patlucah.
Andy Hauin, Cincinnati.
" Sam. Hrown, St. Louis.
Steamer Florence Lec, Paducah.
" Sam Hrown, St. Louis.
' Andy U.vum, Memphis.
Illve.r., WIUTHKll AND llUSlNKSS.
There Is 20 feet aud 1 inch of water
on the gauge, tho fall yesterday being: 1'
foot 4 Inches.
Huslucss was very light.
The weather is warm and rainy.
The St. Joe was duo hero yesterday
evening, from .Memphis, but had not ar
rived at t) o'clock.
Captain Win. E. Dill, agent for tho
Anchor Hue at Memphis, died In that
city on Friday evening.
The steamer lying at the port of
Memphis on tiuiiday, had their Hags at
half mast, In memory of Captain Win.
Dill, who died on (Saturday evening.
The John I'. Tolle and barges left
New Orlcas 011 Saturday for St Louis.
The Florence Leo leaves for Paducah
at 5 o'clock this evening.
The great steamer .lame Howard,
Captain H. H, Pegram, Clerk .1. 11.
Chalssaing, left New Orleans on Satur
day evening nt 5 o'clock for St. Louis.
TlioAntly Johnson, Captain Ashury,
Clerk Ed. Mnrehourc, was booked to
leave New Orleans on Saturday evening
for St. I.oul.
The Hobcrt Mitchell and IVytona
aud bargo3 left New Orlean on Satur
day evening tor the Ohio.
The big cotton carrier Jim Howard
Is soon to appear here again.
The Capitol City, from St. Loula, for
Vleksburg, nrrlveil on Sunday night with
ono of the best trip she has had for many
days. She added about 25 ton, and went
The Nail City passed up the Ohio lor
Pittsburg 011 Sunday.
Tho Atlantic and barges, from St.
LouN, arrived 011 Sunday morning with
a big lot of freight. She added a lot here,
Including 100 coop poultry, and went
below to pick up corn.
Col. Heartleu has moved his head
quarters to a room 1 oyer ISchuttcr'a old
John Owatlmoy, formerly of llall
day ami Phillip' whurt boat, ami now In
charge of th wharfboat and St. Hernard
coal company's business at the mouth of
Whlto rlyer, was In the city on Satur
day. The fleet Anchor lino btcaincr, Helo
.Memphis, from Memphis to St. Louis,
will be at thu wharf to-day, ready t,o
transport Height and passengers to St.
The Anchor lino steamer' City of
Chester, Is duo, to-day from St. Lou!., for
The St. Louis Ittpubltcan says tlio
time of tho l'auule Tatiim from Cairo to
Memphis was 174 hours, and from Mem
phis tt Little Hock -10 hpurs. This is tho
fastest time on record.
Thu Cily "of Alton, Captain Blxby,
leaves St. Louis to-davt for New Orleans,
The. JumcijT). Parker lctt Cincinnati
Tho Alitlv liaiiui. from Cincinnati.
arrived Sunday night. Sho put .on' 337
barrels of potatoes tor Now Orleans, bo
sides somo miscellaneous freight for this
pl tee, nnd departed for MemphU.
Tho IMtlyvlllo nrrlveil on Saturday
night, .alio put oil' 19 hogshead of to
hacco and a lot of other stun; added a lot
ot sugar, molasses and other freight, ai 4
went back to Nashville yesterday morn
ing. The Orand llcpiibllc, Captain Tho
wegan's idcrant steamer u III
at St. Louis for tho South In less than a
month. So allot our people who wish
togazr upon the finest steamboat that
cvcrlloated should keep a lookout for
The Colorado leaves St. Lonl to-dav
for Viekuburg. Sho will bo hero to-morrow
It nothing happens.
I he Dnrfee leaves St. Louis for Pitts
The John L. Hbodes was duo at
Pittsburg yrMcrdav. It Is probable she
w ill load lor St. LouN.
The Charley Shay O11lnc1111lcx.il
troupe was to have played hcrclastnlghf
but owing (o tlto non-arrival of the St
Joe, 011 wntch boat the lroiixi wero
paMcngerg from Jlcmpllls, they did not
appear. I hcv will play at tho Athcncuin
A sliver platetl No. 0 WH3011 Sliuttlc
Sewing Machine, bald (piano) llnldi,
valued at $&". Will ho sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from llio factory.
Colored and mounted -Map ot tho
City of Cairo at ?2 50 each (halt price.)
A No.O Wilson Shuttle Sowing Ma
chlno valued at S75. Will las sold nt $15
discount, nnd ordered direct from the
A $00 licmlngton Sowing Machine
$30 oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
a style "E," "Clotigb, Warren A
Co,'s'' Parlor Organ, right from the fac
tory at Detroit. LUt price, $300. Will
bo sold for $200.
I000sliect.sofbrilolboai.l Jitt re
ceived at the Hrr.r.Kn.v olltcr, and lor
sale to thu trade.
. MOUNTED MATS '
' 4 ' or uir. '
Cily r Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price ($2.50) at the Hum.kti.v olllee.
20,000 note heads, 30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter hcaiD, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper just
received and for sale at the Hi'i.um.N
For any of the above articles, apply a
lie 1L'i.li:tin olllco. E. A. Huhnktc
Oyster, Fish . ?
GAME DEPOT I
Wc will fell, hereafter, our good. at
thu following price, and solicit the pat
ronage of the public :
Family brands, per can 35 cents.
Standards, per can 15 cents.
Select, per can 50 cents.
Select, extra, per can 55 cents.
Tub oy(tcr., per 100 $1 00
Chicago Trout and White... 11 c.t. per lb.
Game, Pan 'iih. ... 10 aud ll ets. per lb.
Of all descriptions constantly 011 hand,
confuting of wild turkey, squirrels and
Family groceries very cheap lor cash.
tka Axn eomiK
Made a specalty. Give us a trial.
Cheaper than the cheapest.
12.3-tf. W it. W1.vn.11, .In., i: Co.
Wont: mill Coal,
j On and alter lid date tho juice. of
wood and coal at my yard, iidjoinlng the
Cairo and St. LuuU w cH.iiiinL
will, bo a follows:
Four foot wood per com, $3 75 ; four
foot wood per half cord, $2; four foot
wood, sawed, per coi tl, $ I 50 ; four" fobt
wood, sawed and i-p'llt, perord,, ; Hlg
Muddy coal perslngis ton, saiuuper
two tons, $3 75; same per tour toils' and
upward, $3 50. 'i '
All good delivered.
1-7-1 111 Jas. K. Lani:, Prop'r.
Kvcrybndy to know that the plncn to i;ct
A smooth shave,
A good i-hauipoo,
A (aliloiiublo hair-out,
Or anything In that tine,
Is at tho OitANn Ckmtrat. llAiinr.u
nol1, corner Kiyhth and Commercial.
D-S-tf .1. OKQIIUK STKINllQUri.
I'or Hie VVecMy lliilli liu.
Persons wishing lulvcrliscmciits or lo
cal notices Inserted In tho Weekly Ik'i.i.r.
ti.v, should; hand In thu copy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
rjltir. OltKAT frKXATION Af. KVIiNl.
Moalay andTueidiiy, Junuary 17th anil 18th,
33 I Celebrated Btar Porforaeri 33
IiMrt-ut l'oiitilur Vuuietllnna 1 5
2 I FULL BANDS OP MUSIC 2
The Great Doir Flonlat.
ANI HIS COMICAL llONKKV.
GREAT $10,000 HINDO BOX MY8TKKY
TWO ORPHANS AND C1E?IT 8AQ Hi
K3-Tlir, IIEST ENTEUTAINMENX ON
rjA World ot Cenulne NovtUlu.CS
f3Scits can he had at Hurtmm'a.''
AiliuUilou Wjnil74 cent.
JOHN H. XTTZJUT, ,
Attraey at Mmw.
Orillaanr sr. 111
AN OlttifNANCR flln r Mmntnc-
"intinlcfiial ynir." '
I'lnrilalncil by tlw Cily Council of lh cllT c f
nHVi?.My ,T,m. '!nHal Jrnr.y n.fntlnne.1 In
'" 'l?'nT Atllrln st n, ami the "municl"
Willi .lauiimry ll. kj.i, nl ilwraJlrr. mm-
AtI.'4IC', J"n' U,mr" ,IKKIli WINTER,
W M. V. AXt.KT, City ak. U,0T'
OrUlnanr Mo, lis.
ANOKIUNANCK nmenUIni Oidln.nce No.
WiunKA, tlmlcr Onllnnee No. Ill, n,oTlit
tiiK liir conMruotlnn ortlic nrw Uvc, li l t.ro
ylimlllicrriii llmttlin work nf liiUMIn Viild
lc rc ilniip liy nnilmct, ali'l
Wit).nKn. 'Ill work or oonMroctlnR flil
leiro mil let to HolKre-llaitni-ll, Ki , n. i
rniilrncl rnlrmt Into wl(h linn liy the city Tor
... . - . .-,.., vviimix nnviniF
"01" 1 '"'"I f'"f' Mnl by thu in.wr ntitlinrltlcx
-r "'i 11 i.w mxrmrj inni me work
iirriiiilim'tliiK tin- I nrw Icltv KlmiiMU.
tirof iiliil wliii 1,11 IW yljfor,inl to srol.l
nny Tiirllur il. lay or connitleaiioiis rroiu fullinv
nri'iiiitmrioM ornltu'in l, tiH-nfiin-Itellonlnliii,!
l,y ihc'rlty rouncll of tlic city of
till mi '
Skitio1. 'Iliiil ml.l OnllnntKP Nn. IU 1
tnil I j hrrvl.y KiinmriHlnl to iiroTlilelhat llio
rt niAlmlcr of the work ofrniintriirtlnir Mll Uvre
Mmll 1m ilonc liv infii ami toainn liy ilay work,
1111. If r Uir anpvrvljlon of III milni?r In rhartr,
l.Mtnn.lcrllic Ktiit ml illnvtlon of the Commit
Iccunlortu, Ari'roTe-l Jan. il, 17(1. ItKMRT Wf STER,
W M niKSCHAXI.UV, CltTCltrk. 7
oriUnsnrr .". Ilfl.
ANOItDISANCi: amemllnK Section No. 11 or
lie II nnliiliKit liy llii; city council of the city of
Sr.inox 1. That Scrltuo numbered II ofOnlt
name immln'l 7 lo amcmlnl tn in 11 n-:nl in
Stc II. lUforc llrruecchall ho (rrnntr.1 to
nny npiillmnl I'nr LfiiliK or uilnxa lulllanl,
moI, UiiOitelleiiriilKciiiiliiilptnlilp, or iilnnllry
or iluMlhiK miiU'ry, lie shall ki) to tlirvlly
lninrrrlliu I'olloitlnir ruiiw -r nniiiii, lei
Kc.ruMlll.ini or .ol tal.lii or iittirr tablM krnt
nriiMil fur ulmilir ,iiruie, ten ilolUr for it
Kitoli Hi- or ilRnhole table", or other tnblrn
kr.t or ll-1-.l li.r ullniliir .lirpofe die ilollarx
fiiralilii nllcy or ulnKitini; Kllrry ten ilnlhiM,
inni tlic ul'iillram flitill lie rciulrel to ir ihr
lii,unt ttfivm liirti l.illl.'.r.l. lHilil, biif nttfli-(,r
ilrrniilii.l- table, or otlu r tablrH kept or ll'e.1 I'nr
u niiullur .iiri(,fr, ,iiialli')-ur tliuwllni; irnllcry
lM'lnporki-t 1 mi.lull mieli tubl almll lnp
liroiirinli ly niiinlieiv., uu.l Mie llrentc llierelnr
nhall nnxlfy the iiuinl'l'ofthe table.
A piro vi tl'Jmi . 1 1 , 1 FTC. lll'nV W'lSTKIt.
Wil.K.AXI.KY, City Clerk.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
:0NVEYANCEE8, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Anenta of the Illlnola Oaatral and
Burliiurton ,and aulncy Jt..S.
North, Cor. Sixth and .OU Xf,
OAIRO. IUJHBI..' J '
!c3.ircil attrnllon (flvtn to Collection Of
KmU umi nlc of Ileal Klut4!.-0
BTOBE BOOK Washington
Avonuo, botwoon Ninth and Tenth
Stroots, Cairo, Illinois,
li-ii-ir. i, . .
WHOLESALE AWD KBTAIL.
IN THE CITY. '
Qoodfl Sold Vpry .piase.
Cornor 10th St. and Commercial At!
G. O. PATIER & CO.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
HoofliiR and Guttoringn Specialty
Slato Roofiinp; a Specialty in
nny pixrt or Soutnorn
WRhtninR Ilcd rumps, Stovoa
JoliliUg ProPtly Dm.
BOX and BASKET CO
Mil kinds ban! anil loft)
FLOOBXNO, SIDING-, LATH, Ac
Mill mm Yard,
Joraor Thirty-Fourth Mtrt, anA
.L.fc W.N. MILLS,Ixports
11 Vraaikllu Htrci t, CUICA8.
Il Scrtu for LwllM asd OtoU. Unffifor
' " ST. J irt JUDICAL l?