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Ktilcht of VjiMu, tun I- 'tery Krj
il uight at liull-iat nvvin. in 'Mil
n vviiKit f.nluiK. NO. '."I
um llriitr nf Otld-l.
Mowt, inu Mrr Thntlar nlirht
t hk if-tint into, in inrir nu on
;0UltfICl) HVffiUi", U1Will slxlti tUj NfHMIi
'feitl. 111 iimk, i.
uino km AMi-iiKM, i i). (i. r.. uirru
lln Oild ltlmn' Hall iu It flMt and IhliU
riifUr lii rtry luouiii, at UH-pnH aetrii
' Jin, II Hih-mas, ('. I'.
aV CAIIIOI.OIK1L'. NO.-M7.A.F. A A. M
-m lloldrriulMr rdtntuiuilcatioiit lnMa
jiK .)tii Hull, ifiniT i umm-r. UI kiujiic
' Li.t Kltrhlli klnvt, oa ttif tncitil atnl
iiiiiid .vioauar ui m. L fii'miii.
T A 1 VT I " 1 -'J Nrw .Mnw.lui-
ilAOUi JVj. orl LiiIiiiw
na Mfii.iy ml"mni. rn'iixrciiixir cina
loifiif AkiiiIi wnnlnl: KKHMNu i CO ,
IHbllllK-rtur Mf.ionlc Vnlk1, . Jl Itioalum,
Nw Yuri IHiM.
Wollll Hint S'llM,
On ami after Kits dale Ha- piiet of
wood Hint coal nt my ynul, adjoining th
Cairo and St. I.ouls VarrovvGniign depot,
will Ixj as follows :
Tour foot wood p r ford, .fll "."i ; four
foot wood h'I half cord, 'J; four fool
wood, sawed, cr rord, .? I fiO four foot
wood, nawcd and split, per cord, 3.1 ; 1
.Muddy coal per slut'lo ton, $ i arm- per
f AO ton, $3 75; shmc per four tons mid
upwards, J.'l UK
All goods di llvctod.
1-7-lm Jji. K. Laxi:, I'rop'r.
STUART & 6H0LS0N.
Owing to a uonteniplataduliutiKu
in our bUBineHH, on or about tho
tirHtof Marob, wo shall offer from
(bis data our entire stock of dry
Eooda, notions, and nhoeg at Unit
oit This is a raro opportunity
for thosowbo desire buying fresh
and Hoasonablo goods at lower
prices than they have over boon
oll'orotlfor. Come early and uvoid
tho rush. From this date no goods
will be sold oxcopt for cash.
Frionds will pi a ho muko u noto of
this. STUART tc GITOLSON.
Itir Kau mjmI Cnluruilu.
'I'he AtchUoii, Tobcka and Santa I V
inllrond from hnii'a ( 'ivy and A It'lil-ou
on thr .MUiOiiu liver, via Topeka. the
capitnlni Knn-.v, nnd tin; In'.'iutllul Ar
kansas valley to the l.'otky .Mountains.
Tho shortest r uto to PocMo the Craml
Canon, Colorado Spring. .Maultou,
1'll.e" Speak, and all place- of note in tho
mountain re-;Ion-. The fuvnilte route
to Denver and all point- In Northern
Colorado. The bet route to ."southern
Colorado, New .Mexico mid Arizona. Tin
only direct rou'" fumoiw San
.liian mluc- I' i tiack and (.piipuicnt
U uiif-fpt.ilcd, tiaim run through Iroin
Um Mls-nuti river to the Kocky .Moun
tain, tuakiii-: connections In Fiilon dc
pot ami avoiding delay and Iran-'
fi'i-i. I'nr lull ilc-cripllve clreular
mapj, tinii' tahle". etc., addre'i-
'I'. .1. Anii:umi..
tieii'l Ayent, Topeku, Kan.
A -llv. r plated No. it Wilson Shuttle
N'ini; .M.iehlue. hard (piano) linl-h,
valued nt .'. W ill old at ?.iidi"
ouiit, on 'ihh irrtn', and otdi'iol Uln ei
fmiii tin- f.n'tory.
Colored ami inoiinli'd Map' fil Illi
cit vol Calm a! "0 i-aeli ihall price.)
A No. I' WU.-011 sluiitte Stw in .Ma
chine atm l at .;.". Will U -old at jl.1
dl'fiiini, and ordered din-el from the
- A ifn'i Iti inlue.loii Sewlnj; .M'u him'
iilil olt lor c.ih. ult:(ble lor tailor oi
doot and 'ho innuufartuii'r.
lyle "I;," "Clfiuh, W.'iil.n A
....' l'-nloi i iran, riyht li om the fac
tory at Welioii. Il l pii.v. will
r.f wld for 2ti.
-INNlhceli nf l.ii-tul l.oai. jii-l ie
ftUedat Ihe Hi 1 1 r irv-M)re, and lor
5f,lo to the ti.'.de. ?
MMI SIKH MAP'
II) of CtilU,
rolond and variil-hcd, for ale at
prlre li.'.uili al Ihe itu 1 1 um olllre.
'.Hi.rtal note hc.nU. .to,0i'i envclopca,
jfl.UiO lelii'i' hind', 10 k .iiiv- statement,
iO ii run bill head i nilKle paper -JuM
rt-oi lved nnd for ile nl the llri.ur.ns
I'oi iiuy oi Ihr rdiove article?, apply a
hf Rni.r.iis olllcc K. A. lli.HM'.i i
All liruiiii' illrii- Curril
iiv in. iiri.i.
lie h located In alio, Illinois, and U
tllll enllln" on you to tin healed. Why
will you die oi old chronic diseases, wlicn
yon can lie cured with o little eoM or
money. lo not hc II up yel, for llieio
UFtllla li'ilm In Clleiud. Cairo U the
plare to tome to he euinl of all your
iieheJ and paliw.
I am now propaml al my oillce to aivfl
medicated hath-, rind person wMiini' to
recilve -ur.li, will call nt my ofllee on
Klghtli fired. No. -.'2, from iho hours oi
J p.m. till !i p.m. AlfO plane hath-, hot
bath-, warm balh, cold hath, or vapor
hath'. Al-o per.-on having tin; cou
iuiuntloii or weak limits and wlhlii to
reeelvo inedlelne by Inhalallnn, can ic
d'lve the treatment at my nlllce, thl he
Iiir Iho only true way of jjeUlnjc tuedl
elno direct to the luiiL'ii. Alo I treat dl-
ene. of ihe eye- ol years Htaiiiliiui and
Ihe blind has been made to 'o by my
treatment. All dhea'cs of the skin
cure. Kltulu cured by mo without tho
iitool the knife. If you have a cancer
come and ho cured. All private disease,
In the horle-l time, cured by me. In
ihort, lor all chronic illeaes of tho hu
man fiyslcm, ro to Dr. Unit. If you wMi
to be cured. I compound mid prepare all
my medicine at my olllcc. It Is Mild
I hat practice, make perfect, I have been
ihlity years n praeilcinir physician
All Idler mid communications r-hM
bo conlldeiitlnl mid promptly iiltendcd to
hv me. IHrcet, l)n. Iln.i,
' No. 22 KlKhth -trect, Cairo. Illlnol.,
Hall diinc, hall dime, clar, llavaiu
ftller, ni powperthvMUte ' niiiup
1-2 1 -If.
RATl-.N Of AIVRKIIM.4.
IJ"AII bill fur ailrrrtlflnK, Juf ami !)
able I). Al. avc.
I f ausltil u-UntlilhK will UllllMtid kt 111
lair of II (0 .r qtikrr foi ll.t fllil liirllon
nj S0iiili fat fju-hnubUUri(onr A HUtitl
.ll.'4ui,l Mill ,f iiii.lf oriUr. liut; uri.l illi.Ur
'I.uri'l:, SorUlr, I'tilli.l uii I ii..cr mIi.m
will only w intHlM wlfullnrnftit'
f or iinfilln Kui.rul nollff l N, Nollrol
iLMllriK ot 10,-iMin or ifrfct crJtri MfoM for
No.lrnlfi,i, nil! Wrf.mlll'ii lUu
Locl Buiiiueaa Nottuaa, of
lull hum or more, luaariia
in l.n nullatln UM IcillClWM!
OnH lnkMrtlan fur Una A Cunt.
Two Inaortlonfc ior Jlua - 7 Unto.
Ttirra lnaertlonn por lino 10 Cent,
81 lnaartlona vr lin IS Oenta.
Two woakaparllni) U5 Cenla.
Ona month per llnu .. ... ........:1ft Onta.
No Rduatloii will bit laudu 111 nbova
Tl'ESDA JANI'A It W, 187'.
I.ural Weatlhrr Kfiri.
Clao,;il.L.,;.lmi L'l, itCP.
Ilia., f Winii. I VtL. pVktTll.
I K ill
I ' C 1(111(1 T
12 I UoiMy.
K - l.lou.l)-
&r;Miil. Mioial brrvlrr, U.S. K,
The member; ofthe Cltleiii' Asocla
lion arc icpieted to meet In City Coun
cil Chamber, on Wednesday nljjlit. -Ian-uiry'.Mth
InH., lor the purpo-e ol Ucvl
In ways and niaii- to ohlalu an appro
pi lalion Irom Conres for t lie linprow
meni of the Mk-i-klppi river at Cairo.
Olher vltleiis iuten'tcd In thl matter
are rc5K-ellu:iy invited to nifet ullh tie"
a-o. latlon. W. i:. Smmii. I'roidfiil.
Cairo. .Ian. 11, 1S73.
The ?1K water 1 ri-lng.
The- lleUiipi! river 1 rilng
Idly. Let her come.
Probate coin! adjourned on Satui-
lie sure and come to the grand lunch
nt '-Our Saloon to-night.
12-l.Vtf Kitr.ii. Hohiki.n?
The niueleur hand party, announced
for January 2'th, ha Wn po--lond un
til 1'ehruary Itli.
Come one, come all, and eat ol Ihe
arand lunch at "Our Saloon" to-night.
12-l.Vtf risr.it. IIiinii;iN-.
Sicknc-In the city fCein to!lioaba-
thiL'. Many of thoe who have been
Ick are Improving.
Our police courii are dull lntitu-
lion-. Our cltleni are leominir ('!
lb iii'-iiiImt theiieeiing of iho I'itl-
eii' Ai'ocialiou and all others Inter-
eted, al t ti council cbami.cr lo-mormw
It l 'lid thai a -tr.inger, while c.-iin .
up the levee on Saturday nkjht, had
hi-pocket cut, and lilly dollar -loh-n
Pi'luuauship, al room- Nos l.'i aud IT.
Winter's l'.loek, corner of .Seventh street.
every night In Ihe week, by .Mr. C. .1.
i'he ltnese in the Craln ce nr.
lived In the city yesterday. Th- timl
vsill rorninenee thU Afternoon or to-morrow.
It i not true that the I.enp.Vear
party lm been postponed. Ihe jiaity
vslll take pltce on ncx I'riday night, a
The colored people take a very deep
Intciest In the l.ane trial, and the eouit
houo 1ms leeii crowded with them trora
the ilr't day of the trial.
The Tumor society are uiftUng ar-
latiifementi lor a grand niarquei-ade ball,
to to given al their hall, corner Tenth
aud J'oplar trecl, on the uipht of fell-
-The ladies.' i.inp-Yeni party at ihe
St. Charles hotel on Friday night, will be
a very pleasant, not to ay novel, altalr.
i'he attendance piomlscs to l' very
Mr. Wniil, an olil co.d denier, ha? es-
tabhOieU a new coal oillce. ami Invites
the patronage of all his old fi lends and
everybody cUc to glvo him a trlalllg-
ures are low and term8 cash. Sec Notice.
Saloon keejH'rs and olhem who have
not yet taken out llielr lleeno hould re
member that lo-day Is the h'-t day of
grace, aud iiiii tney nitt step up 10 me
ciptalnVs oillce and settle. No liu ther
delav or excuses will bo taken.
The narrow gauge will -oon lind It
nceejarv to move tneir track ugiiin.
The hank Is caving In very rapidly and
In some places 1 within n very few feet
ofthe track. The wor-t caving U Juk
inside the crr levee.
Alex. Prv will conimciice Iho eon-
slructlon of a new bridge over Sandy
Creek, near Saiuhn-ky, in Halewood
precinct, 011 the 10th of next month. 'I'he
bridge will be twelve feet, wide by ,-lxty
fwt long, and cot two hundred mulllfty
We rcconimenU our reader, parllcu-
laily Ihoso who need washing, .or wash
lug done, to read the card of .Mr. I .rule
Coleman, In Ihe llci.i.r.us ; -ludyber
iirlce, and then go unclean If you have
the conscience In do 10. All we have to
av Is lor neatno" anil dispatch no one
excels her. I -W--'t
The young men who compose tho
iip-tnwii Mring baud, uud who uro now
giving feilo". oi parties nt Kluge' hall,
In eoiMderutloii of Iho I.eip-Vear party
lo be given by ilm Ladles' Ceuteuulal
Aoclatlou next I'rlday night al the St.
Charles hotel, have concluded to pod
pone their next, which was to have taken
place on Friday night, until one wick
from Friday, when all vylio hold inyltn
, tion' nre icqne.'tcd tt t prceni. An
cscclleui iUtti.'! luiiii Mill oc mere in
lurnl'h inti'lc, and u merry time mny Ik-
1 looked for.
, The charming youny ariiUu and pearl
I of foiii;. ( lars Wlldinan, Fiipporled by
tho New York comedy coiopaujr, Im
perial band and operatic orchctra, in all
the newest American and J uroprati nov
elties lll vhlt Ihh city tot n few nlfihts
diirlii" I cbruary. Thl? It & troupe ol
wide reputation lor the f vcellanee of It'
entertainments anil tho originality of
Iti iiiu'Ie and weenie oflecls )ireent
1 1 an eiiiertnlniiiriit rclloed, clia-ed aud
A tew days ago Chlel (losman re
ceived a telegram from Columbus Ken
tucky, rcfue."tliiK him to keep a look-out
lor a negro named Andrew bhuifey, who
had stolen a mule Irom h mother and
ran oil. The next day Gorman captured
the negro uud the mule, aud returned
them to Columbus Slinfley h a hard
case, having been rclc.vcd Irom the peni
tentiary only In December last, to which
Institution 1k hud been sent from Cen
tralla. Attention is called to the notice to be
found at the hend ot the. lint local col
umn. The member. of the Citizen's As
sociation, and all other citizen Inter-
eMd, are reoueeted to meet at the couL
ell chamber to-morrow (Wednesday)
night, to devUc sayi mid means to se
cure an appropriation Irom congreu lor
the improvement ol the Mil.slppl river
in this vicinity. Thl U a matter hi which
every citizen 1 Intereited, and lus to be
hoped they will at Ieat lend encourage,
ment to the project by their prceiicn
to the. meeting to-morrow night.
WAR! WAR! WAR!
All Otrr !:nroic.
And all the beer drinker and lunch
ealcr can get a big glas of line liecr and
n good lunch by calling around to Our ,
Saloon, and all thl for live cents. Come
everybody, and tee me.
1 -2.1-1 w. I'lirn Hoi n r i x .
nl Whiter'. fJaileiy.
Kor alu A 12 WJ order on ehy of
Carhoudale. Kiupilre at Iti'i.un in ollice.
l-'M-tf V.. A. HuitNKrr.
Alwnyou hand at the llulchrr' and
Drover's Kxehange on Klghth street .
Pilsner' Clnclnuall and Ph. Ucsfi Mil
waukee lleer. Crand lunch every morn
ing and evening at 0:Pi o'clock. Corue
one" Come all! '.fins Ulai hi .
,oal ! .Hl !
I wl-h to Inform the eiilen- of Caiio
that I kep on band a large supply of
coal of iliilercnt kinds w hich I will -ell
a-follow, delivered In any part of the
city: -2.VHo5- per ton. cash, and full
weight guaranteed. .).imi:s Ilots.
On Fiiday evening, a double -Iran
gold neck-chain, vith clnp broken oil'.
The Under, who -.howed the chain at Ta
lier jewelry -loie on Satuidny, will
pleaw- leturn It to Pat Fitzgerald, comer
of Fourteenth 'treet and C0mmncl.1l av
enns vho will pay a suitable reward lor
l.'.Mtiylll ,V ( 'o. have just received a
large supply ol Spencer, .McKay i Co.'s
celebrated Pltt?burg stock ale, which
may be found on draught or lor sale by
the half-bairel at their 'lore on Ohio
levee. For family use this ale has no
snjierior, as It may Iks kept on hand for
it month without souring. 1-21-lw
Imprut I uu ! All-eel.
Capt. W. P. Halliday has a force of
teams and laborers at work Improving
the streets mid grounds about his prem
ises in the upper part of the city. A
uiuabcr of new drains and ditches are
being made, which, when completed,
must reult In great benclll, not only to
Capt. Halliday, but to all the property
owners In that vicinity.
A H Cilia.
Kt tlio leanest of sever.il Irieuds Mrs
.xiundcrs wishes tojstate that sho Is form
ing a preparatory Piano Class tor chll-
lren. Term for one lesson weekly,
$10 00 per ipiarlcr. Het'lnners are thor
oughly taught by her, and the hand grad
ually aud carefully formed. An early
application is requested, as tho number
must be necetsaiilly lliuUed. 1-25 2t
.New ton I Oilier.
I'. M. Ward has opened a coal ofllee on
south side of Klghth street, between
Commercial and Wa-blnglon avenue, In
Sargent'.? shoe store, lie will sell Har
rl'burg coal delivered In any part of tho
city at $! 2."i per single ton, or $3 per
ton In four-ton lots ; lllg Muddy coal at
$1 per lngle ton, or Z WJfor two tons
nil delivered. Theo are rock bottom
prices, and mean cash and cash only.
Tim l,i'iii-Yeir 1'iirly.
The following note, received at the
Itri.ixiiN' oftlce yclerday. explains
Km 1 on IU i.i.kiis : As there seems to
be Mime misunderstanding concerning
the puniiie-lng of ticket lor our Leap.
Year party, will you kindly explain
through yourcolumus to Inquiring youug
gciitlemen, that the m ate uf eai,:?
expected to puiehasii tho tickets when
they Invite a gentlem iu to go with them
L. .1. ItUTRMIOl'M:.
T11 Ihe rmleiil IMilille nml 111,1 Nor
I have jut received a freh supply of
Hie iiiom ucsirnoie iicucaeie, -ih.-ii as
Caviar, Lamprey, (Neunaugeu) Sour
I'.el, genuine HwUs elieese, genuine Llm
burner, and many other Leap Vein
di-he- loo numerous to mention.
finvunmuds come and see, taste, eat ami
be happy nl the Thallan aloon of A.
.laeekle, opposlle the lln.l.nilV ollice.
He alo ha on hand a freu supply of
the celebrated I'll-encr beer.
.1 Uoon wpeiuiiK,
( .'in at present present a good open,
lug lor a dentltt. The death of Dr,
W llllain leave us ;!' lth I2.0OO In-
habitant, w t It Mt one denti-i, present
or proKcttve. .There l certainly more
than work mouth for one, or even two,
otllces I f. Williams left u splendid
lirartlcc. a tine Olice and a cornplefe den
tal outfit which've preMime will be for
s.ile after tl,,- IW of .Marrb. We hope to
see a live io-ah'."'! man ilep into his
'I lie Trll r Ihe 1'ra.ln,
Judges W . .n Allen and A. D. Duff,
of Carboridalc.'s-'rlvcd in the city yetcr
day. preparatory to goiiis; into the trlul
of thP Cralns "'e now In the Alex
ander rountyjtl, having been brought
to this county on change of venue from
Wllliam'on. The trial of these men was
set to counuc.iC3 yesterday morning,
hut as the Land trial was not concluded
of course It conll not coin up. It will
probably be ealio this afternoon. We
were not able to aicertalu the names of
the attorney? for the accused.
Oul nl the l.nrr.
Aldermen Wright and Itlttcnhousc of
the Levee committee, and Engineer
Holy, notwithstanding the mud and
kIosIi, went out to aul over the entire
route of the new levee yesterday. They
were much pleaed wllh the appearance
of the work and the progress that has
been made since the city took charge of
the work. There Is now n continuous
embankment from Ihe cross levee to the
.Mississippi levee below powder house
ridge, and with two or three day more
work on it the city will be perfectly safe,
aud nble to Hand a twenty-five foot rise
out of the .Mississippi. Owing to the
late rains the work was Mnpenilcd Sat
urday and yesterday, hut will berc3iimed
'I'he trial of panics h. Lane, on the
charge of man'-laughter, has occupied the
time of the circuit court since Thursday
altcrnoon last. One day was taken up
In securing the jury, aud Friday alter
roon, all day Saturday, and the greater
part of Monday forcnoou Wa spent In
hearing the evidence. The nrgutnent
was commenced t noon yctcrtiay,
County Attorney W. If. Mulkcy making
the opening speech. Mr. Mulkeytpoko
for about two hour, mid was followed
by Hon. It. T. Llnegar for the. defence.
.Mr. Llueg.ir took up nearly all yetcrday
afternoon in lit rennrks. and con
cluded at the adjournment of
court, .ludge John II. Mulkey
will make thejcloilng argument tor the
defense this morning, when .liiJga W.
fl. iireen will clos for the people. The
cue attracts considerable inteiesf, anil
(lie attendance, on court since It has been
on trial has lu-en very large, the colmed
population forming no iucou-idcrablc
portion ol the audiences. The remit i
lookcil fur with interest, as well by the
liieml of the dead man, Storla, as the
friond and acquaintance-, of Mr. Lane.
The circuin-lance- of the killing of Sto
lias have lieen twice published In the
Uli 1.1.1 in and are i-eiierally known to
Caiico, Ii.i .. Moxii vv Kv knino, 1
.l.muary 21, JS7.
I'he general market Is quiet ; ilour
moving along slowly. 'I'he slocks all
pleutllul, and itiles have brcn limited.
Hay Is dull; there ate between one aud
two hundred ear-loads stored away iu
thU city, but choice U very scarce, and
there Is a good demand for It, but none
coining iu. White coin Is scarce and
In demand at 15 cents. Oat have been
nil her active; the supply is limited and
there 1 a fair dema-id for them. Meal Is
dull aud very slow. Bran I as last
quoted, aud Is still ottering at the mills
for iU iu new .sacks. Hotter Is dull ;
there is a big lot of common yet on the
mirket that Is very hard to diio-e of ;
good to choice and strictly choice are
scarce, and will sell at 20, 211 aud 2je.
There Is no strictly choice hi the market.
Strictly choice eggs coming In arc selling
at 15c. The supply is equal to the de
mand. There 1 a fair demand for live
and dressed poultry of all kind. Com
mon apples are dull, and selling atl per
barrel ; choice are scarce and iu good de
mand. Drcsed mcaU of every kind will
be in good demand If the weather con
tinues cold, but there Is a brobublllty
that It will not. Potatoes are dull. There
Is some inquiry for dried fruits. Provi
sions are quiet. There Is somu call for
cholco Navy beans. The weather has
been cold aud raining every since Friday
BarOurlrlends should bear In mind
that the prices hero given are usually for
sales from first hands Iu round lot. In
ailing orders and for broken lots It Is nec
essary lo charge) an advance over these
Flour I quiet. Sales reported were
Q00 bbls various grades, SQ.r, 75; :t00
bbk various grades on orders S I&.7 ; 200
hliln various if rules SI 2W.JU 75; 500
bbls various grades, I 50C 70;
100 bbls XXX, f I It); 10O bbl.
XXX. 5 10; fiixi hbl various grades
$1 25gn 80.
There I a good demand tor choice hay.
Common is In great abundance, and very
slow sale. S.ihs reported wein I ear
mixed. Slls I car choice. . 12; 2 ears
nilxrd. 12; 2 car choice, $bV
There l :i good demand lor white Iu
sack, at 15c. H:ls were I ear while In
There is hut a small supply In the mar
ket, and there I 11 ralr demand lor them,
fiales were 1 car light mixed, Wc ; I car
black mixed, He; 2 ears while in aeks
15c; 2 cars white In sack, He; I ear
Southern Illinois In ,nek, 'Wop 1 car
Southern Illinois in bulk, 'lite ; I cm
Southern Illinois In hulk, Ii'.VjlI ear
w hite In sack, 10c ; I ear dark mixed,
43r;2 car- black tnlied. 13c, 1 far
Nnitheru mixed in bulk. :i?i
Meal I very dull. Tin re I very little
demand lor It. Sale noted were 200
barrela steam dried $2 10.
No sale? were reported. It I5 oll'erlng nt
the mills In new neks for SI I 00.
There Is very little choice In the mar
Let, and it l in demand. There Is a big
lot of common still on hand, and It Is
very dull. Stile reported were 100 H13
good Honthern Illinois, 20c; 200 lbs
choice, 22(2,23c ; 20 lbs cooking, 15c; 50
lbs cooking, 12Jc; 100 lbs Northern roll,
22c; 200 lbs choice packed, 21c; 200 lbs
Northern packed, 22c ; 15 pkgs medium,
The supply on hand l fully equal to
the demand. Sales reported were ;t00
doz, 15c; 150doz., He; 200 do, 15c.
Poultry of all kinds in fair demand.
Sales noted were: 1 dozen dressed
chicken, $3 25 s 100 pounds dresc(l tur
keys 12u; 1 coop ducks and chickens
mixed, $3 ; 1 eoop tine turkeys, $12 ; :i
coops turkeys, SOQdO ; 150 pounds dressed
turkeys, lie; 30 dozen cholco old hens,
Choice apple" are In good demand. Com
mon arc dull. Sales noted were : 10 bar
rels common, f2 00 ; 20 barrels, $1 ; 100
barrels, $2 .TVS.'l ; 30 Parrel wlneaps
If the weather continues cold, there
will be a good demand for all kind.
Sale quoted Were : 350 pounds beef, Sc.
Wo note the sale of 1 enrca-s ol deer,
(nltf au-.l lew selling. Sale reported
were 100 bushel Northern Peach I Hows
There I some Inquiry for choice dried
fruits. Choice apples will sell lor 7&Se ;
choice peaches will bring P10c.
'Juiet. We note the ale of 10 barrels
mess pork $20 50.
Theie 1 sonic inquiry for choice Navy
h-rui. They will bring Irom ! 50 10
II '0 per bushel.
We quote, J'aiadise and Mt. Cnibon on
track lump. $3; nut, .t-2; delivered car
load per ton lump, $3 50 ; mil, $2 75;
delivered per single ton lump, 4 ; mit,
$3 25; Hauni coal on track per car load
lump. 127 : tint, SKI: delivried per ton,
Ohm liver s.ilt, tree, on boaid, j-I Co
per barrel. We note Um -ale of 1,183 bar
rels on P. T.. St. John. We quote at
HIDES AND Pt'lt.N.
Hides are dull, but theie Is n lair tK
mand for furs, at quotations :
Ihi.s-Drv lllnt. 12(T.tV.Ue . drv -ailed.
lO-fjoilJe; green salted, Zlfitte damaged,
I'i-iis Wenuote : Western Otter. No.
1, ?cm Wj;N2, $;Vi.3 U) No. 3. SI
1 50: No. I, 25c. Mink No. 1. Jlf.o
1 25; No 2, .10(2,750 ; No. 3. 25e; No. A,
RV. K.-ICCOOU .NO. I, IWf.iJ-.M--: AO, -J,
10c : No. 3. 20.1 ; No. t, S.. Fox -(5 ray,
No. 1 cased, $1 ; No. 1 open, 75e: No. 2,
fiOCi.e-nc : No, 3. 25c: No. I, 10c; lied,
No. 1 cased. ?! 50; No. I open. SI 25.
Skunk lllaek, Kk.-JI ; half striped, .'idfa
''! ; narrow, 35c ; kitten. 15c. Opos
sum SKWe. Heaver i .viui.
rat inru25e. Hear No. 1, .v; No. 2. S5:
No. 3, $!Gi: : No. I, 50e.
DKi:n Skins- Quote Winter. 2.Y 30c ;
fall. 3M 35c.
Thl ee room, furnlsheil or unlui ills bed,
to let with board, In the Bleiock house,
corner Seventh and Walnut street, En
qulreon the premises 1-15-tf
Atlrntiuii I Dealers).
We have four down Imitation Ebony
Sprague Can-Opcners, taken for adver
tising, which we will sell at two dollars
per dozen. Inquire nt Bulletin ollice.
Iloracat Ilomenl llomcx!
I have just received a lot eit work
horses which 1 will dispose of at public
sale very low. Dan Haktm.vn.
Corner Sixth and Commercial avenue.
Choice Minnesota potatoes at 50 cents
;er Im-hcl; and a large supply
al freih groceries always 011 nauu
it low prices. Choice butter 11 specialty.
12-30-lf L. II. Mvmts.
Everybody to know- that tho place to get
A iuootli shave,
A good shampoo,
A fashionable linlr-ctit,
Or anything la that line,
Is ut the (I it an 1 1 '.ntual Hakiiku
Mior, rnnier Kiglitb uud Coninienial.
V.S-lt -L QKnilllK SlKINUOIISB.
WimiiI nml Colli.
I ft wood by the cord, 3 75; 1 ft
w ood by the.b.ilfeord, 82 00; I ft sawed,
per cord, $ I 50; -1 II wood sawed and
split per cord, So 00. Coal, per single
ton, S4 00; coal, two tons, S3 75; coal,
1 or more ton, $3 50.
1.0-1 111. C. W. WiiKW.r.i! i Co.
Kol Ire or Keiuotiil,
C. Koch has removed his hoot uud
shoo i-hop from tho old stand lo hl
new brick building (one block below),
No. 00 Commercial nvenue, between
Filth aud Sixth streets, where he will
keep the bct home made and St. l.oul
eutnni made boeits and shoes, iniido of
the best material ; good workmanship
nml hi tin) latrt stvirs All orders
nroniPll attcaded lo. 0-2.1-H
I'roposals will be received by the Ordi
nance (.'omnilllec, of Hid city council, ol
tin City of Cairo, until ihe r.tii iiim.
for iiiinling iu hook .lorni the revied 01
illnanco and laws iclaling thereto, ofs,dd
city. The manucrlpl can bo seen and
character ol work required can be a,
certalneil by calling at nlllce of Hon.
John M. Landen. Propo-al -lioiih I In
addicsscd to the undersigned.
N.lt. Thimixwoihi, Chiilrninn.
Cairo, Jan. 15, 170. t-lil-id
W.VH lUPAHTMKMr. IIIVH' Ctlotit, 1
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LOW W ATKII.J I IIANl.t..
tr. 1 li.
Clbclimatl. . .
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-S'w Orleans ...
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SfrgMnl, SIntiBl Sf rvlff , I", S. . ,
Steamer City of Helena, Vleksburfr.
" J.imc Gllmore, St. Louis.
" dames Howard, N O.
J. W. Mills, Paducah.
' St. Jocph, Memphis.
' Eddyvllle, Nashville.
" John A. Seudder, St. Louis
" S. 11. Long. Vlcksburg.
Belle ofSt. Louis, St. Louis.
" Charles Morgan, X. O.
Steamer City ol Helena, St. Louis.
" James Howard, St. Louis
" .1. W. Mill, Paducah.
" St. Joseph, St. Loin.
" Belle ol St. Loul,St. Louis
" Charles Morgan, Cincinnati.
" John A. Seudder, N. O.
isivku. WKvuirit vnp uriNKSs.
The Ohio river roe I foot, II Inches
The weather vv ns cloudy and cold.
J. L. (jiilre. the diver, ha gone down
fo Wicck the Hello Yazoo.
ThetiMiid Lake mid barges are duo
Irom St. Loul.
The John L. Khodc l loading ut
Piltshurg for St. l.oul.
'I'heS. II. I.onggoe lo .Mound Cilv
where .she will re-l .1 while.
It wn rain, ruin, noihlngbul rain all
The J. W. Mill, leave Ihe wharf nt
5 o'clock thl evening for Paduciili.
The Peytona and barge, from New
Orleans are due.
- 'I'he Future City and barges aie due
from New Orleans
The J. W. Mills had a fair trip from
Paducah yestctday evening.
The Jim Howard. Captain Pegram.
got into port yeterday afternoon. She
had u light trip, ami left about 3 o'clock.
The lllsiiiarek, Captain John Spoln,
Clerk P.. l!os Powell, will leave New
Orlean for St. l.oul to-day.
The I'. P. Sebeuck left New Orleans
for I'iin iuiiut! at 5 o'clock' Saturday even
ing. I'he Belle ol Shreveport, Captlan T.
W. Ilhea, and Capitol City, Captain Ja.
O'Nell, left Vlcksburg on Satuiday for
The St. Joepli, Iiiiiii .Memphis put
oil" I5J bale, of cotton for Ihe Eat via
('iilroand Viiiccuues railroad, on her ar
The City of Helena, from Vlcksburg,
Captain laae MelCee, on her way up yes
terday, put oil 72.i bales ot cotton for
The Belle 01 Memphis Captain
Cr.iln, arrived about 2 o'clock ye-tenlay
innruliig. She added in ton and went
The Con Millar from Cincinnati, for
Memphi, arrived Saturday night. She
put oil" a lot of city freight, added noth
ing and left for her destination.
Thomas L. David-on ha l.iken
command of tin! City ol Quiney. and
will lnrt her Irom St. Louh to-day for
The City of Chester will be here
from St. Louis for Memphis to-day, Cap
tain Alex Zelglcr commander, nml Billy
Blanker has charge of her ofllee.
The Golden Hide, Captain O. P.
Shlnkle, from Cincinnati to New Orleans,
got In Saturday nlteruoou. She had a
light trip, and added 31 coops ol poul
try nnd 93 barrels llotir here nml went 011,
The Belle of St. Lout from St, Louis,
for Vlcksburg, nrrlved about 0 o'clock
hist evening. She had a fair trip, and
lett about S o'clock alter, getting a very
little freight here.
The J no. A. Seudder, Captain Car
ter, arrived from St. Louis for New Or
leans last night at S o'clock. She had .1
big trip of freight and 11 lot of passeng
ers. Captain ito-sc Dug.ni writes from
New Orleans to George W. Neare, at St.
Louis, that he has visited the sunken
steamer Yazoo Belle, and that ho thinks
he can raise her. The Yazoo Belle was
n-ccntly sunk below Vlcksburg.
The Charles Morgan urnved at 8
o'clock last night Irom New Orleans for
Cincinnati. She had 000 tons of freight,
75 cabin and -10 deck pas-engers. Sue
got nothing hero and went on to her des
-It was reported hero last nlglit that
Captain Dick Love's now Iron steamer,
Carondolct, had sunk twelve miles below
St. Loul yesterday morning, but no par
ticular ot the misfortune were given.
The boat when lio left here on Saturday,
had ncrrly 1,100 tons of freight. We
hope there Is nothing In the rumor.
-Tim James D. Parker got In trom
Memphis at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoou,
with 11 fair trip of both freight and pas
sengers She got IW bales of eotlen,212
sacks ofshlpstull's 20 barrels of inolaes,
60 empty beer kegs, u lot of old Irou, U
sacks of dried apples and barrels of
pecans for Cincinnati, imd lelt at I
l or i;:e Meekly U11II1-H11.
Persons wihlug advertisements or lo
cat notices In-erted in tho Weekly Bi'i.i.n-
UN, siinniir nana in inn copy ny 1 ue.-
day noon, of each week. 1
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Bn.i.KriN, utiles, tlio
Mime U made on a written order b.'iicd
by the prealdent or secretary ofjthe i-otu
pany, and we will accept no order- given
by an employe of ihe 1 ip'"' - 'rtr "'0'
CVIIMI Hl'IM'HS- COMI'V.NV.
November 10, 175. t
A 1 1 anna-rr'.
It Is now conceded that Mm. G1c ,.i
tho launrJresg, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween WnhlngIoii and Commercial nTe
nucs, ha one of Ihe liest conducted laun
1ry establishments hi f,0 .Jty.nnd land
lords orhouu and boarding houses will
Jlnd It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her price, sire as follows : Hotel
and hoarding-home wavhlng 75 cents
per d07en. For piece work prices are ns.
rollows! Single shirt anil collar, 10c; per
doen, SOc; sock. .V 5 two collar. 5e
two handkerchief, 5e; ve-ts 20c; aud'
all Kenllemen's wear, ,0. jior doen.
Ladles plain calico drcses, 25o; calico
drees with extra trimmings, Wc; white
dre"c, $1 25c; ladle' uudcrvvarc, tine
and coarse, $t 00 per doen. 1-2'Mf.
IJel Your Maniac,
C.uno, li.r.s, January 15, 1S7G.
oilPKIt vo. p.
To.totm II. Ooinan, City Manila! 1
Sin-Yon will give notice to all per
sons having license to pay to do business
Iu the city of Cairo, that they must take
out the fume lnlde of ten
days from this date, nil ncrsons
disobeying this order, you will
-ee that they are prosecuted under
the ordinance ofthe city, governing the
same. Yours c, H. W1.vrr.11, Mayor.
Xottte Is hereby given to all personsdo
ing"hulncss in tlm clty of Cairo, and also
to draymen nnd teamsters w ho have not
paid their license, for this year, that they
must take out the same on or before the
25th day of January lPTfi.
All delinquents after said date will be
pm-eeutrd under the ordinances of the
city governing license.
c.-iito Ir.i.s., January 15, 1870.
John IL Gossman, City Marshal.
We will sell, hereafter, our goods at
Ihe following prices, and solicit the pat
ronage of the public :
Family brands per can,
Standards, per can
. 50 cents.
, 55 cents.
Select, per can
Select, extra, per can...
Tub oyster,, per 100
Cbicsigo Trout and White. . 11 cts. per tb.
Game, Pan Fl-h. ... 10 and 12 et. jier lb.
Of all descriptions constantly on hand,
consisting of wild turkey, squirrels and
Family grorerie very cheap lor cash.
tih vnii :oi'KKK
.Made iv -peealty. Given a dial.
Cheaper than IbecbeajieM
W m Wi.vrr.Ji. Ji!., Co.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
- Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Tenement No. 2. on Seventh treet,
west of Will 1 1 ut.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Business house on Levee, lately on
copied by Cunningham A- Stilwcll.
Wlnier's Block--suitable for Hotel
Oillce or Bulncss rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered J, Sand 9, In
Winter' l!ow, 5 rooms each, for $10 er
No. 10 (corner), $12 50-7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue t rooms $0 iv month.
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Halley.
A good farm with good houses, oppo
she Cairo Haw s farm cheap.
- A small House west of Twenty
si cou.l street, near Pine, $4 per mouth.
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms.
Store room on Levee, above Eighth
street $20 per month.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
I'ppcr Moor of Lrlck building on
Commercial avenue, nbove Tenth street,
Booms iu various parts of the city.
FOB LEASE OH SALE.
Land, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
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f.W Alt VKKTIWCX I'.NTW.
'I In IMI.1'1 in i niiKl ll.iinl will (live I'mnil
FEBRUARY, 15th, 1816,
OornerTonth and Wdfhin-rton Avemue.
rpilKltK will 1h two rUr nwanleil, a k'ol.l
I liiailnli'ime lor Ihe Kmtli-iimii, ami a tine
11111-I011I alhum Iu Ihu lly fur tilt? Imt rrirrfiU
i.l I'linnirtiT in attriulaure, Ihu ilecllun to U
111 ule lil ilUlllleic-U-ii uitl-(.
Neii i-ualtiiue Iriiin M l)uln will U'for xrnx
h! I'hll suiiii1 ktoro. . ,
i-f l'IcUl fuv kale ill I'. C Sclmli's. . ur
w r'4,1'.- A VV . IliuUr's mid McUuuley'a UriU
lme . Ir-r-jL
soitrif Sinn of eighth streei
Batwuan WaahtBBton ajod Oaua-aroUl
O TIM IHMTM TATW.
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