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THE DAILY" CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1S8Q,
LL ADVERTISEMENTS ii tbti column. ot
Ive line each orluMWill bit published lor-Jft
rente one loncrtlun; S time. W ceuu; 1 week, tw);
1 month, ISO; a nionilit without change, $100 per
month. Kach additional line, prorata, hituallone
Two Store room ou ttlxtu at reel near Levee. For
lniurmatt.nl, apply to r. mmimi ih.
Sixth lrcft and Levee.
FOU BALK SAFE !
W hava at the Rulli-tin oftVn. new from 111" fac
lory, No o. Monler, Uabroaun Jt Co. sale, that wo
Mil !! at a Darwin.
vno a i T V
Counter, (helving and other aaloon tlx J"'?? for
Mm it t Dariraiu. '."."""
Koal estate aent
The Anhery propertv on llolbrook ave. ( heap
to aood tenant. M.J. llowi.ir, H. K. Aneut.
Ownicr and purchaser of real etate in Cairo
.hould be mro thev have a good title. I am uw
prepared to furnish abtracte at f "ih1J "l1"'
Office in Court limine.
Employment a clerk, nleur'n, v,archni:eniau
watchman or lit any capacity. I have no i hon e,
but waul work. .ImiN HBKCilKH.
An order cood lor $100, If applied on any etylti
Mrvt-claaa Mendleeahou I'lano. Will be old low.
Apply at thin office.
FO It SALE.
An order pood lor $'itoard paylnir for an A
1 Fhieton. warrauted. Apply at thl office for tcrmi
and decripliiu. .
For ale. two fine cow with yoim caUf a. Apply
f Fred Keohler, Eighth atwel.
To keep bouae for a widower with one child.
lre P. 0. Box 733. Cairo. III.
II. MARFAN, M. D.,
Horuco-iathic Physician and Surgeon.
(Bee 140 U(, .merclal avenno. Residence corner
" 'itirleenth St. and Waahiugton avenue. Cairo.
JJR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Or-ic No. 1:18 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Ayenne.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widows' and Oorpnaus' Mu
tual Aid Society.
Q J). WILLIAMSON,
7G Ohio Liovee,
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Of all kiuiK
OPKN NIGHT AND DAY.
Fresh Dairy and Gilt Edge Butter. Oyatera and all
kind of fruit when In eam, on hand aud deliv
ered prouapllv at residence free. Oyerir delivered
76 OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dnt bv meaaiirei being exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a day,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try it and nee lor yourselves.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cash on delivery of ticket.
ALL SOrvTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Alci) Munulacturer of aud Dealer lu
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE.
ttTkLl KIND or J WOW; HONS TO oRIIKItaA
NO. 27, ElliHTII STRKKT,
UlKO, : : : II.I-IXOl!
JT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
The F.ieuntSldewheol Paaeetitfer Steamer
&SI CHAMPION ,aU
BUI'S EH M outer.
A.J. BIIU. Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Monday ami TliiirmUy for
Cape Olrardeau. St. l,iml, aud way landing, ''or
freight or paage apply to SOL. A MLVEH,
J. T. WARREN CO.
CA& CG W. Second St.
Toral?nand Domestic dried and canned Fruit' mid
Vegetable. Canned, dried and alt Flh. Pick
lei, Sauco, Olli auil Condlrueiitii. Soup
tuff", IJakluii Powdew, gronnJ and
whole Spice. Toilet and Laundry
toap, Hoed, Jelllc, Prewrvea
Fancy Orocerlei and fro
Stock unparalleled in the Wast,
SEND FOR OUR "OROCERS" MANl'EL.
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Cairo, 111.. January H. IMP. (
"Time. Bar. Thcr. Uuin. Wind. Vel Weather.
a.ru 30.31 41
7 " :nl.:): 43
10 " 30.37 44
Sp.m , !.- .18
K3 NK Cloudy
73 N K 4 Cloudy
HI N K 4 Cloudy
70 NE 1 Fair
Maximum Teinnerutiiru. 48 3 : Minimum Tem
perature, ii'; Rainfall 1.31
W. n. RAY,
8er't Signal Corp, U. 8. A.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Wliy hasn't Cairo got a board of trade?
There was not mucll uews to bo glean
Winter is nearly over at least the
months of that season.
See notice in small "ad" column of
With a change hithc weather w ill come
a change in the freight business.
Edison's light is a failure. The coun
try man at a hotel cun't blow it out and die
The question of improving county
roads looms up as an important question in
every county in Illinois during this
Hereafter our readers will find, on the
third page of The Bulletin, an interest
ing column of fresh ami reliable river
diet Bradley would like to be river
editor of some paper with the privilege of
devoting one day in the week to abusing
triends. Salary no object.
AVe have again been asked to call Su
perintendent Gorman's attention to the
crossing over Commercial extending from
the Alexander County Bank to Vincent's
block. It is worthy of his attention.
The amount of revenue paid by the
people of Illinois into the Federal treasury
from September 1st, 1802, when the present
internal revenue system went into opera
tion, to Juno 30, 1879, was $250,144,nC8.2o.
"The Faultless suits me just as well
as any ten cent cigar I ever smoked. I don't
use any other kind now." This from a
smoker and an excellent judge of the
weed. The Faultless is sold by F. Kors
meycr, Ohio Levee, corner Sixth street.
Ella Davis yesterday swore out a war
rant tor the arrest of Josephine Howard,
which lady had without cause abused Miss
Ella. She was arrested by Officer Schuck
ers, tried by Squire Robinson, found guilty
and assessed five dollars and costs.
Rev. Mr. Waliar was in the city yester
day looking not a day older than when he
left Cairo five years ago. He was on his
way to Metropolis aud Shawneetown, where
his labors as Presiding Elder call him, and
left town ou the Fisk yesterday evening.
While the steamer Anderson was at our
wharf some one boarded the boat, entered
the clerk's office, and carried oft" his over
coat, keys aud some valuable papers. Al
though the officers were promptly notified'
uo clue was found to the thief.
We are told that a collection will on
next Sunday be taken up in St. Patrick's
church for the relief of the suffering Irish
in Ireland. The churches of this country
are doing a noble work ia thii regard and
one for which the people of Ireland will
ever bo grateful.
An amusing exhibition was presented
on Twentieth street yesterday, in the ut-
tempt of a team to run away. The animals
made one wild dashjust one and then
with true horse sense gave it up. A large
crowd enjoyed the spectacle, but the horses
evidently couldn't see where the fun came
A dray, loaded with drift wood, was
mired on Eighteenth and Commercial yes
terday afternoon and for a short time there
was "music in the air," of the profane
character i which eminated from the dray
man) that shocked the oldest sinner in the
neighborhood. No damage was done, ex
cept, perhaps, to the driver's soul.
The residence of Mr. Baker, on Sev
enth street, was uight before last, entered
by same "bungling burglar for booty." The
fellow carried from the house Mr. Baker's
clothes, including tin overcoat. The over
coat was yesterday found ui Mr. O. Hay
thorn's yard and returned to Mr. Baker. Ho
is now out only a safe key. The entrance
to the house was effected by the window.
Tlio Mississippi river Is beginning to
'"boom." It has been rising for some time,
and during Tuesday night it ruse one and
ono-half inches, which is a good rise at its
present stage, The Narrow Gauge railroad
is receiviug a severe washing by the river
at a point above the new levee, a little be
yond where it runs down frum the Mississ
ippi Lcvoe. For some distance it is sub
merged in water several feet deep.
The sewer ou Commercial avenue, be
tween Nineteenth and Twentieth streets,
lias caved lu and is causing the merchants
along that street considerable .annoyance.
Aldennun Patter introduced a resolution
at tlu last meeting of the council, however
instructing the superintendent of streets to
repair it aud hence the said merchants will
doubtless soon bo relieved of the anuoynnce
The recent unprecedented rains have,
placed our roads in a worse condition than
they have ever been known before. They
are almost -in many localities quite im
passible for ordinary vehicles. In many
respects this has been the most remarkable,
winter since the flood, but fur nothing will
it bo remembered more vividly or more dis
agreeably than the depth of mud and the
miry condition of the roads,
We publish elsewhere a poem by "Liu
wood" entitled "Birdie." It finds a wel
come place in our columns because it luis
real merit. Such compositions among so
much matter-of-fact reading are like
a gleam of sunshine through a murky can
opy. We hope to hear often from "Lin
wood" and others who have, in the past, fa
vored us with sweet lines from their ready
. The river now marks a little over forty
one feet on the guage and is slowly rising.
As it now stands it is about three feet from
the danger line aud it is thought probable
that, since there is doubtless more rain
ahead, the river will more than reach that
mark. We would add for the benefit of
those easily frightened, however, that no
uneasine need be felt on account of this.
We saw, yesterday, nn illustrated copy
of the "Omaha Bee," sent by Mr. Tom
Morgan to a young lady of this city. The j
paper contains a bird's-eye view of Omaha, I
cuts of all the principal 'public buildings,
etc., also a picture of the Union Pacific
machine shops, where, according to an ac
companying postal, Tom "may be found.')
His young lady friends in Cairo think the
youth on the hand cur, in this picture, bears
a striking resemblance to Mr. Morgan.
Since for several years sipe water has
failed to make? its appearance in this city
when the rivers were high, the impression
has been created that it was a thing of the
past aud would never again make its ap
pearance in this city. But this impressimi
seems to be erroneous since the water in
the various low places in the city is increas
ing. The sewers are all securely closed
and do not leak and hence the only ex
planation of the continued rise is that the
witter is sipe water.
We yesterday saw several colored wo
men engaged in the noble work of carrying
off a portion of the crossing over Four
teenth street on Walnut. This is as it
should be. The crossing was only a pre
tense of one at the best and should have
been reconstructed six months ago. Now
let these same women devote themselves to
carrying off the remaining portion of the
old tobacco warehouse on secoud street and
other buildings of that character i'f they
would have the gratitude ot the public.
Yesterday morning two negroes, one a
bootblack named Granville Childs and the
other a carrier of beer in Walker's
Coiniiiue. named Chas. Britton, quarreled
in the kitchen of the European hotel, and
after exchanging threats the bootblack cut
the carrier of beer a horrible gash iu the
wri-t with a butcher knife. They were
both arrested and Squire Comings fined the
blacker of boots ten dollars for doing the
cutting and the other fellow, for quarreling,
was taxed rive dollars and costs. Justus
R. Cunningham appeared for the defense in
The Plantation Concert, given by the
members ot the A. M. E. church
last uight for the benefit of their church,
was largely attended. A full house greeted
them, and the performance, which consisted
iu reproducing old slavery church songs
and plantation acting, was very good and
gave general satisfaction. The performers
were repeatedly applauded and nil went
home with the fiim conviction that their
money aud time had been judiciously and
Hibernian hall last uight was the scene
of one of the most pleasurable social events
that has occurred in this city for some time.
It was the occasion of the ball of the Egyp
tian Social Club. Everybody presented a
bright and animated appearance- and the
scene was pleasant to the eye, while the
sweet music of thu band made melody so
delicious to the ear that in the harmony of
pleasant sight and sound there would have
been pleasure even to the "wall-flower," had
there been any.
At about (lioO p. in. day before yester
day, while George Fry was engaged in con
versation in front of his tobacco store on
Commercial, a thief slipped into the back
yard and stole his ulster out of the
room immediately buck of the store room.
When George went back into the room he
found the back door slightly ajar and miss
ing his ulster at once notified the officers.
It was yestsrday morning recovered by
Chief Lultue, who found it in the possession
of Dave Barry, to whom it hud been sold
for three dollars by n negro.
The first of a series of parlor entertain
ments by the ladies of the Episcopal
church was given at thu residence of Mrs.
Chas. Pinck at the comer of Ninth street
und Washington avenue laut night. The
programme heretofore published whs car
ried out and, as might have been expected,
every part was performed to perfection and
delighted all present. These concerts have
gained the reputation of being of a highly
entertaining character and oiler a splendid
opportunity for spending nn evening in
real, unadulterated enjoyment. May they
Wo ''hardly ever" complain about miy-
thing, but we do think that the "corner
loafer" should be unceremoniously
"bounced" whenever caught loitering
around the corners of prominent streets
staring ladies who pass them out of coun
tenance. It 1b a fact well known that the
class of men, young and old, who "hang
nroun l" corners are a worthless set. They
should not bo allowed to make insulting
remarks when ladies pass by nnd when
heard to do so, by our officers, they should
be taken by tlio nap of the neck nnd done
The latest failure the break of day.
The men who sustuiued iujuiries by
the explosion of powder ou thu Idlewild
arc now in the Evansvillo hospital. Seven
of them have both legs broken and one is
slightly injured. The watchman, a white
man, received a lew scratches. ' All tho
glass in the office and the lamp-chimneys
throughout the boat were shivered, and
most of the ware iu the bar. It is now
thought that four kegs of powder exploded
instead of one, us there were six in the
magazine and only two were found iu the
hold of the boat. The escape of several of
the crew was marvelous.
Tho four-year old child which was
binned to death on Thirteenth street a few
days ago, was yesterday morning buried in
the seven mile grave yard, This is the sec
ond negro child which has been burned to
death iu this city this winter and doubtless
it will not be the last one. Both children
were burned in precisely the same manner
by their clothes catching tire from the
stove but it is not to be presumed that
this will prove a warning tn our colored
population. It must not be thought that
hereafter they will be more careful with
their little ones that they will not leave
the house without taking them with them
or putting them into the charge of some
older person. No; improper care of chil
dren is one of the characteristics of the ne
gro race and they will continue to leave
their little ones alone in the house to burn
and 6cald their souls out of their body into
the "blue beyond."
The memorial to congress prepared by
the committee appointed by the River Im
provement convention, held at Quincy, 111.,
last October, (to which Cairo sent represen
tatives), asking that body to appropriate
money to imponw. the great water course
of the Mississippi Valley, has been published
und will be prescnti.il to congress
some day this week. The document is a
very able one, abounds in statistic of agri
cultural products and manufactures of the
valley, and presents an array of facts and
figures showing the necessity of deepening
the channels of the great water-ways of this
valley, and thereby cheapening transporta
tion to the sea, which are simply astound
ing and which will attract the attention of
the whole country. The memorial is signed
by the represenative men of Minnesota,
Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa. Missouri, Ten
nessee, Mississippi am Louisiana.
The three white women arreted by
Officer Dunkcr, upon the streets night be
fore last, were yesterday brought before
Squire Osboru for trial. They were charged
with being inmates of a house of ill-fame
the notorious Mack house on the corner of
Tenth and Commercial. The court room
was filled with blouted white pimps, halt
drunk, dirty and with blood-shot eyes, who
took much interest in the trial. The wo
men, whose paint and powder did not con
ceal the redness of their whisky faces, were
brought into the court room by their bra.en
and slovenly mistress and seated within
good view of the male prostitutes around.
Justus Cunningham appeared for the de
fense and City Attorney Hendricks for the
prosecution. The evidence was very con
clusive, and neglecting to take a change
ot venue to Squire Comings, each of the
three wenches were fined ten dollars und
costs and on a failure to pay the tine were
calabooscd. For quite a while this class of
women have escaped justice and their
brazeness, in some localities has, ot late,
become almost unbearable. To-day two
creatures of the same stripe will be tried in
the same court and that they may receive
justice that they may be convicted, is thu
wish of all respectable people.
It appears that the Southern District
of Illinois is new without a United States
Marshal authorized to serve writs or pro
cesses, and that the Court which is now in
session will probably be embarrassed there
by. The statutes provide that "the func
tions of the Marshal cease with the cxpn v
tion of his commission, but that he shall
retain the custody of all prisoners, prop
erty, and funds until his successor is duly
qualified aud empowered to receipt for tho
same; but shall servo all papers or writs
that conic into his possession before the ex
piration of his commission." Marshal
Roe's commission expired on Sunday night
at twelve o'clock, as he construes it, and
his successor has not yet been qualified. On
Thursday last Col. Roe wrote io Attorney
General Devens inquiring whether ho was
authorized to pay any money on account of
witness lees, jury fees, or other expenses of
the Court. Ho received a reply by tele
gram from the Attorney-General, stating
that ho had "no rigid to pay out any money
after the expiration ot his term of office, on
the 12th," and refering hi in to Section 790
of tho statutes in regard to the custody of
prisoners, etc. Inasmuch as it will require
at least two weeks for u new Marshal to
qualify and enter upon tho discharge of his
duties-being required to present a bond of
$20,000, have it approved by tho District
Judge, forwarded t Washington and there
approved, before the "Numisaum is issued,
and then await the arrival of the commis
sion. A Springfield exchange commenting
upon this state of affairs Bays that it is a
singular feature of tho law that no provis
ion is made for tho prevention of complica
tion of this character, but there is a proviso
that the Circuit Judge of tho United States
Court may, in case of a vacancy, appoint a
Marshal, but tho same routine in regard to
filing and approval of bond is required,
ami as thu appointing Judge Harlan is
now in Washington, it will require tho same
length of time.
A barge loaded at St. Louis with grain
by tho Babbage Transportation Company,
was left by the towboat E. M. Norton at
Bird's Point, opposite Cairo, while sho went
back to lighter another part of her tow.
Yesterday morning the barge sprung a leak
and about ten o'clock in the forenoon, went
to the bottom. The barge will, together
with her cargo, be a total loss.
For the Cairo Ilullettu.
Oli, eves of gipsy darkness, lift
Unto mine own thy magical grace,
And let me read the thoughts that drift
Across the beauty of thy face;
So darkly sweet, so softly shy,
Those earnest eyes of shady brown
Ah, dost thou think, if they did try,
Those gentle eyes could ever frown?
Birdie, thy winsome face doth hold
The warm, rich beauty one doth find
In southern flowers, that enfold
Bright crimson tints, with shade com
bined. Methinks the roving wildwood fawn
Lives not a merrier life than thee,
And that the angel of the dawn
Cast no purer peal within life's sea.
Life is a prison that doth keep
Many a Cleopatra Queen,
Whose dusky eyes ne'er deign to weep,
Whose wild proud heart must break
But thou art gentle as the wave
Where silvershade and starlight blend
Sweet be the mission ot tho slave,
Whom into dreamland thou shalt send.
I wish the gift, that he shall hide
Within Fate's charmed basket deep,
Shall be young Love, all silken-tied,
Ringlets and dimples fast asleep,
With cheeks flushed bright as thine own
With violet eyes that flash and gleam
As though the light of a falling star
Had melted, like magic, into a dream.
I've dared to ope Love's garden gate.
To breathe for thee this tiny song,
If I've erred, my penitence is late,
I pray thee to forgive thu wrong.
The red and gold of Autumn's heart
Falls on the ground, because it must,
And I must give, ere we shall part.
These rhymes to blend with Autumn's
Having dissolved partnership with John
Major, we have opened a shop on Commcr
cial avenue between 11th and 12th street.
All kinds of carriages, buggies, plows and
wagons, also nil kinds of edge tools, mill
picks, etc., made to order, and repairing
done promptly and cheaply. !J.j years
practice and experience enables us to j;uar
antee all work to give satisfaction. Buggy
painting and trimming done at prices to
suit the.times. Mr. P. Gadbois, the car
riage maker, is connected with us and is
always ready to accommodate customers.
Mosks Tkssikr & Sons.
My oooo woman why are you so out of
sorts,ncvenible to tell folk sthatyou are well r
Te n to cue it'all caused in the first place
by habitual constipation, which has no
doubt finally caused derangod Kidneys and
Liver. The sure euro for Constipation is the
celebrated Kidney-Wort. It is also a spec
ific remedy for all Kidney and Liver dis
eases. Thousands arc cured by it every
month. Try it at once.
It has wonderful power on Bowels, Liver
and Kidneys! What? Kidney-Wort, try it.
TuntsDAY Even' i no, Jan. II, 180.
The weather has been clear and pleasant
for a day or two, but like all other parts of
this section of country, the mud alllictioii
is as bad us ever.
The Ohio is booming. Tho water is with
in a few feet of the danger line, but as it is
now spreading out over the adjacent coun
try, iu Kentucky, it will not get much high
FLOUR The market is easier and
prices not so firm.
HAY The damaged condition of late
receipts has demoralized the hay market.
Warehouses arc filling up with unsalable
stocks and shippers should hold off for a
change to dryer weather.
CORN There is an active order demand
but no stock to draw from.
OATS Tho demand and supply nre
steady and equally balanced. Prices con
MEAL Firm nnd unchanged.
CHRISTMAS AT HAND,
And it finds .1. BURGER, the Dry Goods King, fully prepared with a tremendous stock
of Ladies' ami Gent's Tics tho largest ever brought to Cairo a most elegant lino of
Linen Cuffs and Collars, Ladies', Misses and Children's Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Cor
sets, Ruches and tho latest styles of Fancy Ribbous, Ileuutiful Black aud Colored Cash
meres; 100 Cloaks, $1,50 to flO, worth 14 ; an elegant line of Dolmans for tho lowcHt
prices. Now is thu time to buy your Christmas goods. Wo do not advertise what wo
will not do. Call and examine our slock.
,T. UTJHGEH, 124 Commercial Ave.
BRAN Steady at quotations.
BUTTER Stocks are large and increas
ing, and the market very dull,
EGGS Plenty and very dull."
CHICKENS Tlio market is bare and
tho demand active, choice commanded
ready sale to-day at f 3.00.
APPLES und other commodities remain
as quoted in our last review.
RATES Wo noto a change in rates
Sales arid Cduotations.
NOTE. The orirea here uivou are lor aulea f:um
Brt hand In round lota. An advance li
cu&rced for broken lotain tllllutfordurs.
FLO U It.
iflO bbl Varloua S WiA 7.1
J00 " varlon ooa l!5
V) " Choice IO
10" " Choice X X X (
" X r, M
100 ' Family ti
1 car (illt Kdno timothy f no
1 car Ked Topdicatedj lmo
i car I'rluie Timothy H Vt
3 car Choice Tlimithy It 00
I tar Choke KVdtup is U8
i car amall bale timothy i heated)... . 1MO
icar mixed lu bulk v
1 car white In bulk 41
7 cur choke, mixed in bulk 40
: car chide e while In bulk 41
1 car jjoo.l mixed iu bulk ;:')
ME A l
J00 bbl City a 2
-,'HO bbl City V(i., ,.s
100 Mils Couutry u 10
2 cat lr Mtk....
U pkc. Southern Illinnl Rull H"!!6
Iht. Choice Nortliim Koll ' uo
tfMlh. Choice Northern Mull 15
lii pki Choice Northern lioll 'gf'tffl
ski Hi, hiiutliern llliuol IV'Hl
l I'ik. choice Northern packed....- Hn:.i
7 tub choice Nnrtlieru'piiki-d iVfi '1
5'0 llm, Country Hull l"!-:-1
710 dn.'-n 1
;(') dozen.... 1)6I4
2 coopi mixed j u
-Icoop mixed- 2 rA&'l oil
-jcoupa hen 3 01
Lire, per do. g (od yt
I)rei-ed. per do. 4 tu
M bb'. Southern 111, ibad order) y
M bbl. Choice New Yor .. 4 ml
J'J bbl. Vanetiee M 'i'jim
to hb!i 5 in
t car P. P.. In bulk 01
M bbi P 13 j M
Vi'tiW'U.Carca" W, 4
Wild T'trkeye rv,-o
Wild duck 1 Uw (,)
Habblt 1 0.-,
Bucket ., h j
ilaiu. canvacd S-: 1)
Clear aide , 9
S C'lnr Mde ;;
Should.-!- 4 4
St. Jniiu , Jl (,
Ohio Itive! . . 1 yj
perhM r. ()
L!w HOii :Vtt
Dre-d lluga 4 . .;) ;
DIM ED FKL'IT.
Peai he, halve and quarter s-,
Apple, bright ?.s
Choke navy 51 j',
Choice medium 1 (vj
V !b ixfru
Dry Flint )
Ury Salt , 15
Urven salt TJ.'-H
i.re"n ' " 7
She-p Pelt t'JiiA
Li:i" $1 ,'4 4 0,1
Low Leaf wt n mi
Hood Leal a r,,jt j (m
Piebald Wrapper 7 IXJI, mi
ISrltflit Wrapper I!S ih(jv i
Medium Leaf 7 tMrj 7 (it
KATES OF F" EIGHT.
Nltvy Op.I.RaNh Flour ;.-
Hay , til
Mehi'iiu and Wav Flour an
Po'iud freight Ui
Wa- frelnhln below M-.-mph!, '?l, c-.-a'a p-r
hundred; 4? cent per bill
II y triV;