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mIKO huswess houses.
ft.. . a nv biulBn (Inn ran have threw line
, In thw tiilumn under appropriate beading
'"" Ml' "I Sl.o'l per monk liperyr
llarilwHi-t., ! un4 Tin Ware,
A. KAI.I.KY-I'CAltfTiDftl'iVM.Tlliaiia Hint
ar, Uii'Uju sivl earoiTV IroplKimnas, Wira
rjl.ilnnuirvutl Avenue. Cuttcrlng, end Job
,.1 1.1, lu-mxeniiurn, j IUDI4 anq Lanqtm,
1 hi k uuuc on snurt nolle.
I. S.MitUifEY-DealerlnbeM and aoftloru.
r, DiKirlnir, ceiling, ulijloir aud eurfiuvd
'unilier. luth ml Bhliijrlm. Office ud yard
wrn-r tveiitlrin atreet ami Washington avaeue
!). HA RTMAN Pcakr ill QuenWare, Toy.
:-u ; 1 -nd ull kurta of fancy articles, Coairutr
"nl m, fiiun, corner tdlj tUeel,
WILLI M WINTEB-Slxlh atreet between
imiuerr.iU avenue end Waahington avenue.
Slothing mut Merchaul rallae-ln-.
JOHN AN Till VI Merchant Tallet and diiUt
1 Ifr-ady Made Clothing. 78 Ohio Levee.
llttal i-jilJiie Aiceneloa.
W. J. HOWLKY Real Estate Agent. Buy
tid selln real mum, celUcta rente, pay Uin
.ir uuu-ivni'lcnu,ftr. Commercial avenue, l
'.whu NinUi nod tenth elreeta.
t'oiunilsal.tu Men-bantu. -
H1N K LE TIIISTTP.WOOD
Cotton aud Tobacco PactoM and pro-
tu lOM of tti kernier' ToUiero Warelieune,
ii i U"i CoDimmiT'ilnl Av.nua
Uenrral rorwntdlng and Commission
ti.Trfcitnt, for the el or Kami, (iardeu, Vt-
uutu ami Pairj iTodnee. Onto Lve
11 A. WlltELOCK A.I.O.
li U'unl Forwarding and Commhalea
re l.anm, and dealer, lu ai) kind of I rait and
Hi k1ui . M Ohio Levee. C'onfiignineBta aolle
r. j. . t . i! . '. r. . 1 -L .t
One or two kui1 mules and dray and
harness : or span of good boms and
wagon. Inquire 73, Ohio levec.
I tv. Aldex, Giuvrs X Co.
One twohorso wagon in good con
(Jltlou, ami one (pan Lorsen and barttcM
1 he bor' ar tuutid, and in good con
dition, and ilto Iumiuvs almo't uuw. For
v rxai apply at Henry Froliuic'a, corner ot
Fourteenth at. mid Wg-lilnpton ayentM.
Leilln iilt-ntun a Ijiuutlry,
Mm. Lattic Coltutan has reopened ber
UiimJiyoD Fourth ftreL, between wh.
in (ton Jinil Connutrcl.il avenue, and UVm
thU method ol infoi iiiIhs ber old Irlendu
n ptrona tbst the it aain at tbalr aer
lcr, and lollclu tbiir patronage. he ban
filliped prli'ei to nutt the timet.
t ar Sale.
The tollowing described property for
vili- at a bargain if applied for soon, vir
l.ot7 and 8, block (0, with reMdenoe
an I Improwtnenta, corner Ninth atreet
and Washington avenue; 3 houses and
lti on north aide ot Twelfth atreet, tor
r.er Poplar; cottnge and lot on Walnut,
.iear 23rd. A. J. Uowlit,
Heal Kutnte Agent.
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I im i eeneia m ia jui.'i ai iucauva
Ja best live centclgtr oil red lor aale in
thU market. Sir. Fred TeHiraan ia the:
o!e iiianuliictun r of thU celebnted
or.ind ofelgur. and oflw- a rewanl nl
iie huiirtrcd dolbm to any person who
will llnd any in theut but the pure lla
v,c,a lill-r with Connvctkut wippcrand
wilder. 1 lie I'eeritrM na Deoorac a greai
fivorlte with Cairo imokeH, and the
J- iujod fur tbem u constantly.on the
Uicrta. The traJo supplied on the
r.ost reatnnalile termn. For Fale by
Fred Tekhinan, CommTeial avenue,
ii-:ir Sixth atrH:t. Jy3-2n.
Braxton bus returned to bU old
ttiiid In the Keller building, where he la
tU'r prepared than ever to accommo
date liia patron and the public who
niny favor hlru with a call. He has gone
conidmbta expenie In fitting up a
-on pie of nicely furnUhed rooma, which
c l.as provided with 11 the lait ira
proveraenta and cooTcnlenoea. He em
ploy only flrt claja T'orkraen and tho
who pttronizc hint will have their wants
attended to 10 style and will receive
TIIK Itl'.AMfSn WHY
Alt hboalU liny lblr lirorrloa from
fc.ll Ai Bird.
B. lnw we give a number ot reaaona
why people should buy their groceries
.'run Tittis A Bird :
1 t. Deeaue their f torl9 Is the largest,
lie-tit'St and choicest in tho city.
2nd.-n"eu'cThey scjl goodaof every
Kind rhraper than any other bono iutho
;lrd. Because they deliver gooda more
promptly and In better Fhape than any
other house In the city.
4tb. Bcc&uhj they keep the most com
pute felock, and persona dewtrlng to
purchase, llllerent kinds ot goods are not
'mpclled to go eliewbers because
Messrs. 1. & B. haw not got the goods
Theoo we consider substantial reasons
why our readers should buy their goods
.,i Pettis & Bird,
Corner 1 Wi t. and Washington avenue.
Also lu-it received a large lot of Yar-
nell . Bro.'s Bakjng Powder, the best
(foods made ; only requires one tcaspoon-
lul to the quart ol Hour. Give it a trial
ami you will use no other.
l,Vlrn. Pettis & Bird.
Illarht Rear tha Old gland.
Having withdrawn fromtbe dental flrm
or Canine & Wbltlock, I will still continue
the praotlcot dentistry at No. 13(1 Commer-
eh! ave. between 8th and 9th streets, ovar
liolustiue & Itosenwater'a atora third
door torth of Klght streot I will bs pleas
- edtosco all my old frlonda and pationa,
and attend punctually to their wants In
tho w.ij of dentistry. VeryBos'py.
K. W. WniTLOOK, D. D. 8.
I , im Com'l ave-3 doors north of 8th at
-Children cry tor Pitcher's Caatorla
J t Is as pleasant to take as honey. It
-imtalna no morDhlno Of OUlcr acieier-
4nva Inirrndlent. End. I SUW U expel
nnltn. rerulata tho
wurmii mm .m- "
i i. ..i .A-Hati aiut nvercome Irrl-
liU".ia niivi WW.....V1., -.
I nl Inn eAUMcd br rash or UUlng teeth.
Mothers ueaa rest, tud chUdfert sjiflloy
haauh. vbo use Caatorla. It tr
1R, It U Wtt.B.fjSp.jM.lfcto
IL'LSUAV, February h
Wayir.D. A ooxl Rlrl to do cvoeral
uounevtork. No wabblng. Good wages
paid. Ajiply at this ullloe inmdlately.
Try Davldaorra waiiilntfcompouad.
The city council will met In regular
Harry Walker aeta a tivt oynter lunch
evt-ry evening. "Don't you forget it,"
Try Davidsou'i! wablng compoiind.
'J-6 1-w - . 1
JuKt received at the
Mr. Oberly and John Clancy Wit
for Springfield on Saturday night.
Shell oyxteri ul reoelved at the
C'rj-atal liloon. Uanny Walriuu
Mim L. Lofllin, who baa boeu yUit
Ing MUs McKealg of tbla city, returned
to her home in Metropolis yesterday.
Kor Butter, L'k?, Apple, etc., e all at
No. 61 OMo Uvea.
tl. H. LSK.HTON
Gh.-! couiumm, don't forget to pjy
your billet to-day, and get the beneOp of
the dUeomit. i-4-lt.
jut received at tbc
Try I)avltir washing copiruMiud.
Oynttr Koup lunch at Hsrrr S alktr'a
CryvtiU tsloou every venlng at 9
PheillT rJaup ii getting ready to col
lect the taxes, and will make Lla drat
collection at (;iear Creek on tlie 26th
-i-Trj PxvidMih'ij w-4shing compound.
Don't forget the free oyster soup ut
o'cbck this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Hutb etrct t and ("OHiuiercial ave
title. 1 1U
The Cairo Turner society will give
grand masquerado bull on Monday
evening, February 18th. ifce their "ad"
in another column.
tjuery: "Why will men emokecom-
mon tobacco, when tbey can bny Mar
burg Bros. 'Seal of North Carolina' at
thesamo price i"
Mr. A. A. Ilaynes, Irom Pulton, Kv.,
was in the city yesterday. Wo under
stand that Mr. naym-s Is the father of a
new and handsome girl baby, and bo
tnakes no secret ol it either.
Quite an excitement was created lor
a short time around the roundhouse yes
terday by the blowing off of the sand
dome from engine No, 114. No further
damage were done.
The police OOlcers Hogan, Sargent,
McCarthy, Cain and Alley made aus
other raid on the tramps last night and
captured about twenty-flye. They were
locked up in the city Jail and w ill be
given t bearing to-day.
Mr. S. S. Torry, who lor seyeral
years has bean In the employ ol Barclay
Bros., left for Alton yesterday afternoon,
from whence be will go to St. Louis,
where a permanent and lucrative situa
tion awaits him.
The parlor lecture lor the benefit ot
the publlo library, at the residence ot W.
B. Gilbert, Est., was, we understand,
well attended. Prof. Alrord'a lecture en
" Telegraphy," U highly spoken of, sod
the readings ot Miss Thompson were
listened to with much interest aud highly
The revival meetings at the Mctbo.
dlst church will continue this week, and
the public are Invited to attend. The
young people tf the congregation, and
as many others as desire, will hold a
meeting each evening at 0:45 o'clock.
They w ill be made Interesting, and good
attendance Is anticipated.
The passenger englno No. ii his
received a thorough overhauling and Is
now the handsomest engine on tho
road. Mr. Will Porter, the engineer,
nightly dreams of its beanty, and wor
ships his engine uext to an accomplished
young lady ot tuts city who does not
The sermon on "Habit," delivered
at the Atheneura Sunday night by the
Rev.' Dillon-Lee, was an eloquent and
forcible one. The bouse was well filled
and tho audience was kept wide-awake
and Interested from beginning to end
The excellent choir of the Episcopal
church, as usual, added to tho Interest
ot the meeting.
The masquerade ball at Scheel's ball
last nlgbt, Riven by the Casino society,
was, so lar as enjoy inent was concerned,
a perfect success By excluding alllm
proper characters the society not only
merited the thanks of those present, but
added materially to their enjoyment.
Dancing was kept np until an early hour
A fair aud Icstlval for tke benefit ol
3t. Joseph's Catholic church will be
held on Tuesday, Wednesday EndThur
day evenings, February 19th, 30th an J
31st.' The placo and details wtu do
made known hereafter. This,' we be
lleve, la the first time that a fair has keen
glyen for the benefit of this church, and
it Is to be hoped that It will be well
patronized. . : .......
Drownbd. Billy Ghtlchrlst, a colored
lad well known In this city, was drowned
by tailing overboard front the steamboat
Wild Boy, In the Mississippi river near
ColUmbni. Kentucky, on Friday, nlgbt
Isjt. - Fall nwUctOEW win m roiwa. u
the rivet ooHunn.
C. and K, B),
Trains m the Cairo & St. Louis E. It.
will commence running into Cairo this
morning, Tuesday, February .5, aud wljl
be rcadv la reeclva fralirht rw(ir and
take out paseengeri 1 to-morrow,,, Wed-
ih'soay, rsoroary o. w. T.Tv ruiiCf ;
i Passenier A Freight Ro Unit In aw't 1
Caibo. Iu., February atb.f 71 1 -3t.
We haVB bten ri niipUrl h ilnvt-ral
citizens to ioall attention of tbe
authorities to the condition ol the Eltrhtb
street crossing on Commercial avenue.
j-. . .... .
leateruay oar attention was. di
rected to s - lady - who had ' un
fortunately landed on the wrong
Sldo of tba street, aud who was com.
pellcd to carry her children across. Tbe
urossinga on so, -popular a tnoroaghiare
as Elehtb ttrcet thould all be in srood
condition, and we bops the eomplaloers
may soon be satisded as to this one.
In Taber Bros', show window may
seen a large photograph of Dr. Rey.
nolds, the great temperance reformer.
ihii photograph Is as perfect a likeness
as it is possible lor a nbotOKranh to be.
and reflects much credit on Mr. William
Winter, tbe artist. Mr. Winter, by bis
excellent work, has gained for himself
an enviable reputation In tbe southern
part of this state, and one which he richly
deserves. No one should fail to see It.
will amply repay a walk ol a block or
From the Centralis Dtmoerat we take
the following concerning our friend
Harry (. Connie, who was for several
years connected with this office, and who
has many friends in this city." Harry has
abandoned the typographical fraternity,
and has gone back to bis first love, name
ly, railroading :
The field ot 11. G. Connie's labors on
the Illinois Central has been changed
trom the yard .here to the romantic
scenery of tbe Makanda hills, varied witn
ilte -sublime attractions of a Cairo Sab-
ba'.h-ddy. should tliero be a wearer of
tbe white bow in that watery city who
can tie a ted ribbon knot Just over
uarry s near, anu alienor it so sate that'
palpitation will not loosen It, that girl
will receive tbe congratulations of all the
belles lo this city.
At tue M. . Cbvbcu. The child
ren's meeting tt tho Mejhodist church
on Sunday niubt was largely attended.
aud was very enjoyable. Mr. Monroe,
of Carbondile, Mr. C. Lalne and Mr.
Walker, Mrs. P, W. Barclay and Miss
Jennie Puttlson made short addresses,
which were listened to with great In
terest. Tbe addresses by tbe ladies were
the feature ol the evening-, and were
worthy of all praise. Tbe exercises
closed by a blackboard exercise, cons
ducted by Rev. A. P. Morrlnon. As
certain passages of scripture were read,
a houie was developed on the board,
which, after being completed, "fell to
pieces" by a tew atrokes of tbe eraser,
leaylng a large cross standing, These
meetings w ill he n peated on tbe firat ol
every month. Dr. Waldo, tbe president
of tbe society, conducted tbc exercises
last Sunday night.
A Good OrrxR. A pair of handsome
6x8 chromos U offered as a gift to every
one that will send fit teen cents (postage
stamps taken) for a three months' aim
scrlptton to Ltiturt Hour$, a mammoth
16 page (81 column) family paper, filled
with tbe choicest literature, stories,
poetry, etc., by the ablest writers. Tbe
papers sent will contain the opening
chapters ol a charming story entitled
'Uolden With tbe Cords," by the author
ot "Shiloh," "My Winter in Cuba," etc.
To induce every one to send for this
short subscription which is oftVred at
half price tho publishers, J. L. Patten
ACo.,lC2 William street, New York,
offer freo the pair of chron.os which
are excellent pictures and worthy to
adorn any hoipe. Money will be res
turned to any one not satisfied that they
do not get twice its vluc. $1,500 in
prizes is given tree to agents. 2-2-3C
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, .no energy or courage;
the result ot mental over-work, Indis
cretions or excesses, or seme drain on the
system, Is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specltlc No. 28. It tones
op and Invigorates the system, Imparts
strength and energy stops the drain and
rejuvenates tbe entire man. Been used
twenty years wita pertect success by
thousands.- Sold by dealers. Price $1
per single vial, or $5 per package of five
vials and 92 vial of powder. Bent by
mall on receipt of price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company. 109 Pulton street N. Y .
Homathtng Nw . , ,
In order to Introduce our Big1 Seed
Spring 'Wheat, The Wheat ot Taos, In
jour lorallty sleglo-grains measuring ens
halt Inch in length I propose to send a
sample of tbe wheat free of charge, to
evsry sul scrlber to this paper who will
state the name ol the newspaper and send
a three cent stamp to pay postage.
Agents wanted In every county to sell
this new wheat. Address
I. L. 08ME.NT, Cleveland, Tcnn
Heard of County CmUalonera.
Cairo. Ills.. January 28th. 187S.
A special session ot tho board of
county commissioners ol ; Alexander
County. Illinois, will behold at the court
house, la this city, on Monday, February
11th, next, at i o'clock,.., for the
transaction ol such .business' as '.may
come before said board. .
Tnos. W. lliiMDsT, Chairman.
Since I have concluded to change my
resldeno and remova to Caledonia, I
hereby i-lve notice to tnese MUiug my
tickets for tuning pianos, that whenever
my services are required the requests of
my patrons win uu promptly .compiled
Uh. ( Arldroaa all U'tufa tat V I I '
-3.3t. ' Caledonia, 111.
CalKO. IMS., MONDAY EVBIJ0,)
February 4. 1678. I
Alter a ilcge of the most disagreeable
indnumrarahla weather m am sad.
r11irWiesauehIne. The weathti
av t . 1 i . V ...
oaa oeenwei. com ana aisagreablc until
to day, and the roada In even dintinn
are la the worst Imaginable condition,
There 'are indications now, however, ot
a "clearing np," and a short season of
more to business Is anticipated
No change of special Importance has
laxen place In the order ot business here.
In some resnects the'market indicates an
Improvement, while In others It is
moving aloug la the same old ruts. All
in all, however, trade may be termed as
"lairiy active'-- !j
There is no changes worthy ot cote In
the tone of the flour market. There
seems to be a well settled conviction
among dealers that while there is no
immediate prospect ol a rise In prices,
that tbey have struck bottom and will
not go any lower. Tuere is a liberal
order demand, though otherwise the
market is very quiet. P.ecelnts are
liberal and stocks generally good.
inere is a limited demand for strlctlv
eholce hay at about $11; The soddIv is
fair, and receipts ,'good. Common sod
low grades are In fair suddIv. and oulnt.
There la a good demand for choice white
corn, though price are still low and
weak, i Receipts are limited and tbe
stock ob the market small. There la
very little doing In oats. The supply
Is large, while (he demand Is light.
Prices are low and weak, and Irregular.
There is a slight Improvement In the de
mand for meal, though price are not
changed. Bran Is In good demand at
$1615 60. The supply Is light
Potatoes are In good supply and
quiet at quotations, Choice ap
ples are scarce, anil a limited
supply would sell readily at $44 25.
Common are plenty and dnll.' Poultry
ol all kinds Is scarce and wuiiteu. . Butter
of all kinds is plenty and dull. Eggs are
iscaree and wanted. The weather Is
oro favorable for handling dressed
j meats, and a limited supply would sell
j readily at quotations.
RATES OF FREIGHT TO HBW ORLEANS AND
Dry bbl 30 M
Grain 15 171
Pork & Beef 3d 60
Uay....-..M... 20 til
Bank landings S cents per 100 lbs., and
10 cents.per bbl. higher.
BtaTOur friends should bear In mind
that the prices bore given are only lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filing orders and for broken lots It Is
necessary to charge an advance over
There Is a liberal order demand for
flour, but tbe market Is otherwise quiet.
Prices- have, in the opinion of dealers
generally, struck bottom and cannot go
lower. Receipts are lair acd stocks
good. Sales noted were :
75 bbls. Choice Family $ 6 25
300 " Various Grades on
orders 4 258 00
SCO " Various Grades on
orders.. 4 006 00
60 XX - 4 75
100 XX 6 00
610 " Various Orades on
order... 4 26 50
There Is a liberal demand lor choice
hay at abont $12. Receipts are fair and
tho supply good, though net large.
Common and low grade hay It in lair
supply and quiet at quotations. Sales
noted were : 3 cars choice mixed, $11; 2
cars prime Tmotbv. $10: 2 cars choice
Timoihy, $12; 3 cars choice Timothy,
$12; 1 car prime Timothy, $11; 1 car red
The demand for corn is more active.
(hough prices are not any higher. Tbe
stock on tho market Is llzht. and re
ceipts limited. Sales were 8 cars mixed.
In bulk, 3Sc; 3 cars white, In bulk, 39c;
cars yellow, 38c : cars white, mixed.
39c; 12 cars white, in sacks, 43c; in car,
winte, in tniK, 3U3 ; l car yellow, in hulk,
(sightly damp) 35c,
Oats are quiet, and prices are low, weak
and Irregular. Receipts are liberal, and.
the stock ou the market large. We note
sales of 10 cars, mixed, In sacks, 29)0 ; 6
cars, In bulk, 20c ; 3 ears white, In bulk,
28o ; 2 cars mixed, In bulk, 26c; 3 cars,
in sacks, 30jc
There Is a sllcrhtlv lmnroved demand
for meal, though nrlcea remain about as
last quoted. The supply Is fully equal to
thedamand. Sales reported were 25 bbls.
country, kiln dried, $2 20 ; 200 bbl. city,
$2 as ; loo bbls. do, (2 25.
' There Is a good demand tor bran at $16
15 60. The supply Is limited. Sales
reported were 100 sacks, $16 80 ; 400
sacks, $15. ,
Receipts are good and the supply, and
quiet and steady at quotations. Sales
reported were 50 bbls. peachblows, $1 35;
76 bbls. do, $1 25. There la a good de
mand lor early varieties, for seed par
poses. . ,
- ( APPLES. ;
Choice apples are scarce, and a limited
supply would sell readily st $44 25.
Common and low grades are plenty, and
dull, and are selling all the way from $1
to $1 60, according to quality. v ' j
: i j i'pouLTiiv.1
i Receipt of poultry are very light, and
there Is very Utile of any kind on the
markot. The demand is active, and
price higher. Bales noted were 4 doxon
chickens, $3 73; 6 coops ohlcken mixed,
$3 603 75, S coops choice old beni,
if n. t IkU ii.
Butter oi every Etna i pwnty em
Illinois roO, 12a; 1,600 lb, outbtrn
IUlioU roll, 1315i 5 pkgs. northers
roil, HQife; u pkgs. dairy p!, lri
30c; 10 tub northern packed, lS0e; 5
tubs northern packed, 17; tOO lbs.
northern roll, 1701 8c' 100 11. sou tow
Illinois roll, 13J, M
There I a amltwt supply of ejrgs on
the market, and receints arc nn iiphr.
The demand is active. Sal.. Wra 9flA
dozen, llc;ll pkgs. ll12Jo.
The weather, ia more favorable inr
handling dreaded meat, and a liberal sun
ply would sell readily. There ta verv
little arriving. Bales noted were 4 hogs,
c ; a sides beet, Jfsc.
Sales were liOOlba. dry salt shoulders.
4 ; 300 lbs. dry s-ilt clear rib sides, 6c.
Kales were 22 tierces, kettle rendered.
Cabbage Is In fair suddI v and lluht de
mand. Prices are not changed, however.
Sales were 1,000 heads, $2 60 I.
Sales of onions were 20 bbls. northern.
$2 25. Tbe supply is not large, while
toe demand is fair. '
Sales were 10 sacks dried applcs.peeled,
So per lb.; 3 bags pea nuts, Jtjo per lb.
Sales salt were 750 bbls. Ohio river,
SIGNAL SERVICE REPORT.
rt. nr. it. is.
Cairo 27 g X 4
Clnoianau... 21 S 1 6
L)TDport....M .. 3 0 0 a
PlttbU7jf 4 7
LooUTllla . JO 0 4
Paduua .. ......
Keokuk. It l
81. Louia 11 7 1
JAMES M. WATSON,
Strtciat Slnal 8rvlc. V. S. A
Captain Booth, who stopped at the
Arlington house while waiting for bis
boat. now boards at tbe Hotel De Gar
rett. The boys on tbe wharf boat and some
other river men who attended the ser
vices held by Rev. Dillon-Leo at tbe
Athencnm on Sunday night, express
themselves highly pleased. The location
is convenient to them.
The J no. W. Garrett and barges are
to load here immediately, '
Col. Rearden returned from the Bends
on the WRd Boy Sunday noon, where he
has been loading a barge with grain.
Tbe Sam Roberts cleared trom the
Bends with 4 barges of freight and 1 of
fuel. Captain Brouch went to St. Louis
by rail, and goes trom there home.
The City of Alton bad a lair trip tor
St. Louis. The Evansvllle packets were
The Capital City brought 200 bales of
cotton for the east.
If anybody can explain this paragraph
from the G.-D. of St. Louis we'll be
"Cant. Henry Lourey sent the Warner
and barecs out for New Orleans yester
day morning at daybreak. Her cargo
was made up as follows : W Heat, in nuik.
60,622 bushels; corn. In bulk, 03,978
buahels: oats, in bulk. 3.761 sacks; flour,
in bulk. 1.000 barrels; nork. In bulk, 225
barrels; hay. In bulk. 672 bales; meat In
bulk, 20 boxes; sundry packages, lw."
If St. Louis has learned how to ship
flour and bay "in bulk" her fortune is
made sure. But why In tbe world did
tbey not ship tbe "sundries'' In bulk,
Weleara from Col. Reorder that ou
Friday evening Wm. Gllcrest, a young
colored man from tbls city, was drowned
in the bends below here, tbe particulars
of the accident being about as follows :
Gllcrest hired with the M.V.T. company
to load a barge ot corn, and with tbe
other laborers went down on the Wild
Boy. Gllcrest was intoxicated and was
asleep on the deck of the boat sorao timn
after bis companions had begun to carry
In corn. Tbe mate, looking around for
idlers, found him asleep on the outside
guard, and waking him np ordered him
to go to work. After some delay he
started, .but Instead ot going out lorward
to the barge he walked straight across
the boat and Into tbe river. Hearing the
splash, the mate sprang across tbe dock
and succeeded In catching bis band, but
the hold was slight and the drowning
man's struggles wrenched it loose.
Nothing more was beard or seen of hltn,
although all hands flew to help him and
the yawl cruised about the spot tor some
Captain James Low, mate ot the wharf-
boat, and Col. Redman consider them
selves champion ratters.and are thinking
of adopting the ratcather's profession
a a livelihood. 'Yesterday they caught
forty-five without the aid ol dog, cat,
trap or anything else.
Dr. Bradley says If those Sunday
meetings at the Atbcneum are continued
he will be converted to a belief in tree
seat In places ot worship.
Ullf. Arnant has the rheumatism.
The Warner and barges passed south
from St. Louis. , .
Tbe Jim Flsk resumed her place In
the Cairo and Paducah trade yesterday.
My Choice and barges arrived from
St. Ixmls last evening, tor New Orleans.
The barges of the J, W. Garrett began
to load yesterday.
Tbe Etna and barge arrived trot the
Ohio with salt for St, Louis.
BaadThla.. . .. ,.. . ' .
. 6 lbs choice Rlotooflbe, $1. .
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11 lbs best New Orleans sugar, $1.
. And everything else at rock bottom
prices. ; ' r,":
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TBS TW at H-nW-Il Baa ISneh, Calm
Just Received 5,Qd of, bj .fleltbrated
Hrrwhtoppaed; rttrtt ft tiRD.
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Zephyrs, Wools and Fancy artiolei ot all shades n
Ladles 8boes actually at Cost. ' ait '
Carpets and Oil Cloths in eadlet vartaty, quality anu . Mte,n'
We take pleasure In announcing to our patrons and the p'J? Jfwally that we
are now offering special inducements to those who purchase wT""1 tio next 30
aay t. A thousand new and attractive articles of vertu are now on hi6Jt0-i, 8nd
are being oOercd at most extraordinarily low price. j
J. BURGER. !
PHGEfiMIX DRUG STORE
Corner 18th Street & Com'r'l Ave
I Have Opened an
And Toilet Articloo,
To Whioh I Call the Attention of the Publio
tfiS! will tnalra tha
eloho " .....u.,n,uu.usw jinjri.:iHna prescriptions a ena.
crauy n V nTT -r. .
CAIRO TURNGEMEINDE !
Grand Masauerade Ball 1 1
AtTuraar Hall, Fcbrnary 1H,
A BEAUTIFUL TABLEAU,
"The Indian War Dance," given by the
pupils ot the Gymnastic school, and v
rious other entertainments.
Price ot Tickets Fifty cents.
Tickets sold by the committee of ar
rangements, and also at the tollowing
p'aees: A. Jackel'a; the City Brewery;
E. Buder's;R. Hebaacker's; P.O. Schuh's
Committee ol arrangement :
Lot-is C. Herbert,
Half-past two o'clock. Tuesday, Feb'y.
6in, 1878, Walnut street, between
7th & 8th its., one splen
did cooking stove,
KO. 8, REPUBLICAN,"
Glass and Queentware, Bedsteads, '
SIX OvTAVE MJtl.ODKON,
Rosewood' and piano finish, Lounges,
Rocking, Arm and Dining Room Chairs.
Other articles too nuim-rous to
mention. Sale positive
JOHN S. WillTTIEli.
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Kalleils herein adven that aDtllaadoa wlU ha
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Siielht M.Callora, ovaraor el the Bute of Iiil
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d) , coayicled at tbe May term of the Alexander
Bounty dread court ou a charge of larceny aad
oanionuiu to lomyear in sna peaianiiary,
Cairo, UU.. Deo. 10,1877. . '. ' .
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bare this dny fonued a partnarauip
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MU1.K.EY A SKEK.. 3aid partaershipaaaUoat
extend totbH trimiunl practn. WerexwecifuUy
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prompt attention. , W'uuajt C AU:Laax,
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Dated this 31 t day of ieoataiier, A. D., 1877
Daniel F. Beattys
and BKATrY'8 ' CELXORivTl GOLDKN
TONGUE PARLOR ORUANH are the aweeteat
toned and moat perleet ineirnmentt aver bvtore
manalactured In thia or aay other co entry. The
The world ! Challenged to equal them. Beet
dtaoonnta and tenna aver befura given. Beck
Hottiiru panio pricee now ready to Jobbeia,
atrentt and the trade In general. An offer i
These celebrated inatrnmauta (either. Piano ot
Organ) boxed and ahtpped anywhere, on u to
flrtran daya teai trial. Money ivAinded and
freight charges paid both ways 11 In any way
at'actery. Fully warranted for tix years
Strictly dret-cuu. txt.anrdinary liberal
iHCimnts givea to Churches, Sc. oola. IxkIkot
Halls. Miniatera, Teachr etc., ia order.
have them Introduced at once where t have n
agents. Tbonannda now In ate. New lUae
trated A I) V E KT1ZER (catalogue editloa). w It
liat of tratlnioniala, now reauy, tent free,
Uhlirhed is 1M. Sddreaa,
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