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7: Kf, NUT1CK.
CIKSTALS ? lOa ILLINOIS CENTRAL R- R.
'tti-.u, sia utu ik7i, rolluw
i,t nit -u c..Tru the arrival miU dep.it-
r f f.s i cm liamt l Cainu
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4ct!- il.tJtlly I'".n.
, I n, daily, exci pi iiiiljr : pan.
C tl vrrrninliriK' M, l.oul-. .No
f .0 y3 .. Cairo ' ChlCRK"- rn'
""ri" C.a -inni cra on niRht trains.
. .r c rj jH linpartaiit tain la.
t MHO AND MOUND CITY
utir " "'P' dally.
,..,,) I LCtTINU not xn tirt
,....., t.m. At "." n.ni
. ., in . A t 1 .Tilt ti In.
O r.TILl'' .-Kin. I At o p.m.
fir XS tf, l cent! W tl.ket fci ti Ac.
' , .1 , .m ha.ted, at any c iod luleiin d.ale
J: 5'T.or frnfjjht. nowlif.
t i'ltVILIiK AND CAIUO,
Til fint ttttmrr
II lrCiro for BvnnTill- erery hunduy ud
i t etenliiK". Bt 6 o'cl.Hit. p.m. Kor
- J ir Dittut. ani'lr on bu.ird or M
J-iSif JA;. ItlOaS, Agt
OiIIlO AND l'ADUUAII
Ti fp'ridtd Meamer
Jo rowlrr, MnHlcr.
Clr; t..i', tiilr ouept'd) t i
. Ker frtKlt Jr pi it npiii n Doirdor
J AS. IIMltJN, Alf'l.
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C:;ilVrlnu I Ulvcr I'.ickcU
fcxmiVILLE. .OliAHKSVliiLE AND
Tl iplrmlld ctrtmcr
r 7AnV7AS...Hilfr AI.KX. HAItD CTerk
. Ctlra rtery SatU'.lHjr at &o clock p.ih.
i i tk?dl, and hille. Kor Irentlit cr
C rp iIt n ooard or io
I. -;f JS IlinriS, Ag't.
C'lowVi'LLE, CLAItKSVILLK AND
CrR rJA"JI3...Mastr Clerk
flW"' . Tery Tnnridft) t 6 o'clock p.m
'V';W) .irI fcUO Mlltl ftll witjr JI01UII
Tit good ateamer
TTUCT SIS ..Matter
..ii Kmun efeij Monnay at io cl ick, pan
. ' itille, imi ll . po'ts Kor freight or
J t JAS.IIIf30l.Ast-
VnilJFTA.M- Til KKTH.
CO?. BALE, Kor Sal ( FOU SALE,
' I Ki-rSalel '
CClt BALE. J foritlielFOn SALE.
?3 from Livbrpooi,
Far from LoyucNiiKP.p.Y
Fr from Glajqow,
J?r from Queb.vstow.v
'CP OAIUO, :::::::: $18-20
Kiinr l, -lorria Jt Cb
LrWraoM .Seir.Toik utid I'hlladeltihla
C3 tc'.taur WITH I'MTLU ItlTIl' 11D ItllllU
Fsr Carrjin lae Mills.
rcn ?assa"oe tiukets
a rriTiua roiiTio
i.I-1'L.r: TO JOHN . DALE, AotJ
IkZretdvajr, XrwYork, or to
n. n u ii ji t ,
TfStij!nn Areoe, fliirn. ama. 31
-b CentraMUl Hail Comi.-nr unit
-'Rrt... tarolloingilecnlieJ lti lu fira
. ..1 5 (J y Cilj of Cairo, tii 1
. -f. n. u,i -u i,iock ,
' ) " O, " IS
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ViiJ18''"' rr'1, JOHN 'OM,
ILIAM It. S.MITI1, M. I).
7 A 5II"'"a.''nurnlW.lnutnre t.
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intri ami VVi'n'it n.
tr'l an I lllnn Inr
in i" U m . and U 11 in
u YTAUDNKU. M. n
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ti'iur lu to n
AliLSn.MULKBY h WIIKJiLEU
rt..,a-or.rritns;Bt ,)lnk) Ohlo Ut
C'.;KN 4 GILlJEllT
03UIIBKLORS AT LAW
2L5TEit, ROOMS 7 AND 8 0YR
J',. 0i? Firti-Cloit JTme in ?i ciy
GOLD I OOLPH GOL-DHI
Will T'lm " '''' r urn n n "
thick and . "nth; in-' niulV.
,i ,i. ml- liHTfMrtlli.il in.. In-en ' " '" ,1""',
,. T .r I'mlem )e.i.-. nn i"""'i'l f
,. lint t iMllmui liUirt.1 ho ' ' ''"
.1. ,1 l.v ll.l til ll
full mr i . iin Wifni I" 1 ",,o or
tl. Ad,.t. !lMD.(;j, oimo..,!
Nj. ii.'4l'ne' ee., i. Mais. ' o
Jl J -.
H mi! HUlhorlzl io nnujtinee Andrew Culn
n h eniididate. lor re-.-Uc Iot 10 thcotlli'e fCliy
Nnrli I At tlir ui r'HvMn i'i nil''i elicliuii.
We mo HiilliuiMei lo tituoiiiicc Mr. Joifpli tl
'i'lijrior a! enndl !ilc U le-ilccllin to II c ITl.-'
of Cry TiMurr nt Ilie euiitinir clurlcr
V'c nrr Millior r-il to n imuuce Jlichmd llnw
Wi K m vim 1 ilatt for re.clrvtl n lo the olIW ol
Cly rlerk ill the I'ti'iiitii; ilmrfr i lfclli'H.
I'litillxlicil ftcry niornltiKi .llomliiy cx
A beautiful iirtlc'e just received and for
l nle at irliulutulu and retail by
ItKI.VIIAItDT V. IJKL7..N,Kn.SolO Agt.
AVc liavo just received, from tlio man.
ufiicttirer, u AViJcux fid GJbbi fcwini;
liliiellllic. It Is beautifully llnlilieJ utid
lias the tiemtiter, braider, etc., TbU tun.
eliiuc, worth flx'y dullara, will bo old nt n
rgiiin and in iy bo teen at I'.ooiu 10,
Winter' block. If
Orncr or Tin Ciia" kh Sr. Lnvi R. U, Co.,
Uahi, i.t., Keti. 31, le;. i
A meeting of tlio Directors of this Com-
iany will bo hold In tlio town of Cnrbon-
dulo on Thuredny next, February 8Ji, A.
D. 1 872, at 0 o'clock in tlio forenoon of suid
day. S. St a ats Taylor.
All pertons hr.ving claims nsninst tlio
Contractors on the
Cairo & Vincesnes Hailuoad
Are requested to leave their claims with
A. U. SulTord, cashier City N itionul bank,
tob forwarded to us lor adjustment.
Dodoe, Lord a Co,
WANTED TU EXCHANGE.
Dwelling houso built last summer nnd
tw.i gcres nt cround, cost $3,000 and store
house, cost $1,1.00 now renting for twenty
dollars per month, n n gmwlni; rnUrcwd
low r. in Soutnern Illinois AVIII ijjcclinneo
part or nil of the nbovo fur dwelling lioum
of fdino i-iiliio in Ciiri). Tli'n i$ n oml
opportunity f.ir uti.v unn wanting hi jj,i In
to business. Address 11. S., euro of 15ui.
CAUD 01' THANKS.
The undcrslgni'd t.tkw this mcthol
of roturnitii; hiT sincero thanks to the
(tonnaiila Life Insurance Co., of N(-w
York, fur the prompt ami cheerful jxty
uieiitofn policy uf $1,903 on tho lif'u uf
her lute husband.
To Mr. JJelnlioM V. Helznor, thtf elll-
clent uent of tlu comji.my at C.iim, aro
my llmtiUs cspeehnlv duo for hU kind ami
honorable action in the settloiutmt of iay
claim. CtTilAISIXK UniUACH.
WINES AND LIWOK.
Fat. Fitzgerald, of the Sample Uoora',
lins received the apji iintmont of agent- for
thu s.ilo of the llaimnond'port, N. Y.,
Urbnnnn Wine Coinpany's wines is thi'
city. If tho bottli) wit'i whiuh wo woro
yesterd iv profited is a famiile cf tho
quality of lhci wine, then '.vo tins pro-
pared to say that th iy aro among tho best
wo havo ever tasted. Hu hns lust
received a largo coruigiimcut, which ho is
prepiredto m-ll at tho lowost flgurer.
Ho hai tiho on hand a lar'o and complete
etock of tlio various brands of Iri.h.
Scotch and American hi:;io, and wint-a
of every arielv ImilL'dif.
iiioiikst cash pitici: taih roc iiidkj
ru itf. Etc.
Moijrj. lJurni'tt k C.i.,Thornton' block,
Tenth Hreit, aro prepared to pity tho high
est ca.h price for ariicloi in their line, us
ltimo .Mink 51.75 to '.'.si
" ltai coon.... oUc to 0 k
' 'u'lj "it lo to 10
" A lid Cit 40 to !l
" P"um 10 to 12
' Ottur 5.OO to C.Ot.
' Ueavcr Skins f,,00 lo 7.0u
, .rn halt,... 01 to I0(
1 V J? ! ' llllt''l' lL'to lie
Ue" bkins ... 'JO to 30c
I I or other articles, 6ticli nt r,, fout,.
, f!, bees wnx, wool and tallow, wt, pny
tno liiglie.t market priccn.
IlLlt.NETT iV Co.,
Thornton', block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
tri 11 tic nnn u-titi.
Ing to buy llm.das, t,uno or or(,n
a. . uuder offei their entire stock in
UiH ,,iuno and organ lino at tho uctuiil
-0.; or tl.., Instruments. Thoy nro deir
us of closing out th stock so that thev
"y uio tht, room for jowclry wanufactur'
ow t)lut , Cluro ttMd vlncennoi
rllre,l , a ,UcJ fllctUlu conltM.
Riving K.on i,.t) )ind ttor, l(, b() culnm,,n
ced at once, Jorgoiisen ii prepared to .ell
nil kinds of grocoiles cheapor thun anv
other houto In tho city. tl '
"Wntoiix's ue pi i uiiru julnccd turn
V'epared exprosaly for family us, nt Jor-
THE CAIRO -DAILY BULLETIN, SUNpAY,,FEBRUARY 4 1872.
Our excuso for Oio lack of local re !
Ing matter in this morning's Uullkiin
U lUtributiilile to the 'freezing nji" of Odt
gn jilpo. (,'urould and IiIj entire forei
wur i tw.i li.ttir?) In ilinwlug them out.
Wanted Girl, tu do genuv.tl ho;ii
'nil Wi.l it g'lol w.ii.
. ,1 It II. 8. llARHKl.t.
Itev. tluhn Friend, lain pas.or of th
Christian church in this city, is now
ptenehlng to tho people of Shawr.cctown.
Tho Turner's masquerade, ball, it b
said, will surpuss anything ofjThe kind
that has taken ptaco in Cairo lor n long
tune. Full particulars on Tuesday,
Elder A. Kantian, of Anna, will
preach in tho Christian church to-day nt
11 o'clock a. 111 , and in the evening ut 7
o'clock. Tho public aro respectlully in
vited to attend.
New ami elegant costumesjtnasks etc ,
can be had of Mr. C. Woes.', at 1. Siup'n
on Comniercial avenuc.oii the mojt reason.
able turrits. The masks ud tho.fIncsl evci
brought to Cairo.
Tho next parlor concert will bo held
at thu vesiJeiica or .nr. rj. I' . 1 1 cler.
corner Kleveiilh and Walnut street, next
Fuesday evening. TluprigiVimo will bo
published on Tuesday morning.
The Cairo Turner micioiV proposi
giving a grand uiiisijlleradu hall fomu t.nie
soon. lienmiU wlierotuo dim win conn
nil will bu mdo known tlirotuh these
columns on Tuesday morning.
-Where are you going? To the pin'--
number O'J, Ohio luvee, where they ko.-(
the best I'tesh oytt'jrs, tlsh and game, mm
the Illicit wines, liquors and cigars tu Im
'uiiiid in tho city. Open tit till lion n-, dha
or night. J. E. Park
Mr. A. Susanka, the Ohio levee saloon
keeper, has been having tlu sidewalk in
front of his e-tabli-litneiit covered. Hu
has converted thu vacant space under the
sidewalk into 1111 ice house nnd has had it
filled with leu.
Feather Dusters, and Looking GlnsMv.
I havu on hand a flue stock of Feather
Duiters and Lo iking Glares which I am
selling very cheap, at Thonton's Ulock,
Tenth Etrcct. U. S. :1arrei.l.
Tho Hibernian bull on .Mondav eve
1 ..... . . 1
rcoruiiry, iztn, promises to Du a granu
nlliiir. Iho manngers aro doing nil in
their power to mako tlio evening ono of
teal plcasttro for all those who may attend
Tickets aro in tho hands of the committee
of arrangements, ot whom thov can be
ptircha.ed. Admission 1.
Tho members of tho Cairo Casino
nro requested to meet nt their hnll, on
Monday morning, ut 9 o'clock, iharp, for
the purpose of attending the parade, to be
headed by the Cairo Silver Cornet band
Uy order of the
Committee or Ar.iiA.vaEMr.NTs.
A moil striking ca,u of Cairo phil
nnthropy tuned up in this city, the other
nyn. A clllzoii nrrvlng homo ffom a o
cm garnering wnere wine Had Ocjh plentl
fnVy partulien of, at a lato huur, a littlu
the wnriu tlit wear, hatles', and co:illes,
was nkcd by hW indigtinnt spouse,
.1 ...1. 1 ... . .. .. .
"wiicrea your nat anu coat f "Kent
'em, my dear, (hie) to tho Chicago mf.
Jlr. Gustav Klingsohr, u iiiusicitm of
noted ability, who has for tho past few
year?, been engaged as a profowor in Ual
timore, .Md., jiropuses to mako his futuro
home in our city and now offers hi jcr-
vice- to tho public. TIiojo who havo not
already ungat-eil" competent teachers would
do well to address .Mr. Kllnggohr, llox
II 03, Cairo, 111.
Under tho head of "atinoiincciiienti"
in lo-tliiy'j paper will bo found tho nn
iiounccine!it of Jo. II. Tnylor for city
treasurer, fM. J. Howley, city clerk, and
Andy Cain for city 111 irhal, all fur re
election. All Hires gentlemen enjoy the
the confidence of tho people, and if re
elected, as they will be, will, in tho futttrn
as in tho past, endoavor to fill the refper
tivo po.itions sought aft-!r, to tho bet of
their ability nnd to the calUlaoiion of tho
Wo havo no Hesitation in recommend,
ing "William Killers lo. and idioo malair
111 worthy of most liberal patronage. We
know whereof wu spml: whon we mi
work U donu in a imi-lurl manner at the
lowist price, llu tt-es M ilhing hut the
heal of fleck, ntnl lie cannot ho oeoll"' r.
tho d -l'catu tttsK of king an oxa'" 'I',
(live him 11 call nt bin simp on Tweiilietl.
"ireet, butween Winhini;ton avctiuu niiii
11 ..1.. . . .
1 .qnar tireot, no my oipuit'i thu cmiri
House, and wo will guarantee utl faction.
Perions inlcndirg toatlend the grand
masquerade hall to-moriiiw night, are re
queued to procure tickets bol'oru going to
tho hall, us m f "ertefj u-itl be told at the
duur. A committee wli.no duty it will bo to
mo tho face of every peion who oniers tho
hall, basbuon appointed and all susplciou
fhar.ielors will bo "shown tlio hole tho car
penter left." It is hoped that all who at
tend wi'l yield willing obedience lo thu
rules prescribed by tho floor tnanagoN, for
nil rules proscribed by Ihein will bo rigidly
enforced, lly order of thu couimit'co of
arrangements. II. .My 1:11, Clialrmiin.
It U true that lllankenburg's Excel-
"lor saloon is now on.iofthii institutions
ot, - l city. All drinkers who llko really
uxceiunt liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
etc go to the Excelsior gsloon. which l
fitted up In splendid stylo. Illankonburg
who knows how to keep u saloon, spreads
11 flno freo lunch every morning and eve
nlng, and, as ho forcibly oxpres-es It,
'.Sweetens tho lunch with music." Ho
hs employed thu services of a flr.t-rato
pianist, who makes the grand piano
which stands in otm end 0f tho sulo.ui
-peak out in musical tones. Everybody
I Invited. Tho best order la maintained
imd all improper characters nupprofM-il
with nenlntms, cheapness nnd dispatch, Ev
irybody knows that tho Excelsior saloon
1 at thu corner of Wnthitigton avcnim and
Life Ininranco may ho.sald to be, anil
u great Uea-.intr. nrovldlni; as It does for
Im,,...,,,, , , . ,
u great bluing, providing as It does for 1
tho support of a .roily Rftor their incsni
i" support Is taken away by death. A
'H'-.i objection urged against life instir
nice is, that except In very plain cm-s,
imp inies refuse to pay unless at tho end of
a law suit. When wo find a company
hat ti"l only gives Insurance on 'If.', l ot
at tho sauio lime asi.r.i"eo that tlio
.1 lley will hup ild at d.atn, wo cinnot
r tV.iin iruin teeotuuieiidiiig Hint company
tu the public as worthy of trust Wo urn
la I lo thon rem irl; by tl 0 prompt a li' n
i tlio 0 1 tii 11 . a L'lo liiMirou e C"., in
.ctllclticiit of the Jioiley on the lfu of
ho Into Itobert Uribach. Mr. Jlribach
took out n policy on his life In this com
pany, through their agent In Cairo, Mr.
Ilelztier, about two months beforo his
death, thu policy amounting to i'1,000, or
$2,000, (wo havo forgotten tho amount)
was paid cheerfully, as toon us
proofs of his deallt wero received
by the company. This was n caso in
which many companys would havo
been partly . '.justified l.i neglect
ing or refusing to pay. Wo
iindcrstnt.d other insurance companies
in which ho "was insured havo not yet
hown a dlspoiitlong to pay, but tho Gcr-
mania wanted only to know that the poli
cy had ltipwd when they for warded the
amount without n moments delay. lttr"
Mr. Chas. Muhr.ur hns just received
from thu pulMiors in Now York, n book
if costumes containing all tho latest styles
uf stage equiumeiits. He invites his friends
to call and examine thu book, and If there
aro any persons desiring articles in this
line, Mrs. Meliner is prepared to furnish
th em on short notlcu and reason'ibio
terms. Mr. Mehnnr alio has n number of
musks which he will sell or hiro out to
tho.-! who may want them. Mr. Mchncr
has tumoved his establishment to the two
story frainu building opposite .John
Schicl's hall, where he is prepared to fur-
masks on tho shortest notice.
LEVY CO. PAY THE IIIOIIEST MARKET
Ileiow will bo found the corrected list
uf prices paid by H. Levy & Co., for
hide, furs, feilherj, wool, tallow bees.
wax, and nil kinds of country produce
L'jvy & Co. do a very largo trade in their
line, and it is n well known (act that they
always pay the highest prices to bo ob
tained in tins market. licv aro now
p tying for
Mink $2 00a 2
Heaver, per pound
HIDES, PER POUND
10 a 1
5 OOn 7 OU
2 0U a C 00
00 a 70
271 a H
lieef Hides, Drv Salt
lb a 'JO
" " Green Salt
Tallow, par pound
Feathers, " "
Wool, " "
Dues wax " "
--tT..r-. .-. .",; rtrw.,'M'jt.
V a I.
00 a 1.
GO a 70
The fifth and final party to be given un
der the auspices of the Cairo Tcrpsichorcan
eluo, will bo held at tho St. Charles hotel,
Thursday evninr, Fob. 8th, 1872. The
party U to ba a masquerade, fancy dress
and dies? combined. All necessary ar
rangements to guarantee n pleasant and
socinl party aro being tnado by the re
spective committees. Arrangements havo
been made with mino hot Itexford, to
preparn a supper for tho occasion. Tlio
admission fee has been fixed at $2 for
those who tiro not members of tho club.
All thou who havo received cards of
invitation to tho scries of parties will be
expected without further notice.
15. Frank Dlake,
Com. of Arrangements.
nOAlll) AND LOWUXO.
Mr. T.U. Ellis, tlio corner of Sovcnth
and Commercial is prepared to accom
modate all who apply with board, with
or without rooms, at prices lower than tiny
other llrsl.climhoiio in tlio city. Mr. El
lis heaps nil oxooMont table j his rooms aro
fiont rooms high, light and airy, and well
furnished, and wo havo no hesitation in
promising satiifaetion to all who call on
him. .Mr. Kills will also btippiy parties
wiiu ilciro with unfurnished room, at
reasonable inlc. L a all Interested tako
notice. Ilcmcmber - on iho corner of
.Seventh and Commercial. 2IC
The secret ok uaitivation". Fot
turos of Grecian mould, 11 woll-iurncd
neck and beautifully rounded nrir.s, ato
no d' tibt vory nlco things to have, and
ladies who possess the.u charms havo 1 ca
sein to bo thankful to M.nher Nature;
yet, after all, thu most captivating of nil
womanly charms Is 11 pure, fresh nnd
brilliant complexion. This superlative
fascination any lady may secure by using
llug'in'i' Magnolia Ililui, tho ttanilard
beautifying prepnr. Hon of thu present
age. Itdillers Irom nil ordinnry cohiio
ties lu three must etsontlal partlculais
limsmticli as it contains injurious
iiwrcdletits, does not contractor shrivel
thu skin n all the astringent "blooms,1'
"lotions" and ' p..wdurs" eventually do,
but produces a lusting loveliness by Im.
proving tho health of tho skin. Under
its operation, the texture of the epidermis
becomes finer, and the surfaeo soft a vel
vet 11 nil smooth til porcelain. Features
cannot bo changed, but complexions can,
and it is quite certain that it lady with no
other charm tl an a fresh and rosy com
plexion, will nttrnet more tidmln.tion In
company than her neighbor with a cltt'slc
fact but 11 sallow skin. Jiinileodl w.
NiTicr. 1 wish to notify all pcrsom
against buying or in nny way trndlng f.,r
R certain d4 bill held by J. H. Gmto-
iioino lignum the underslgned.at I hoi I a
" v !l urmer amount aga nil air.
Ora ehouie. .1as Roxl vllWrrt
liLASTFNO ICE. ? .
l'ROJECTTO RKI.tEV TIIK STRAStKR oiipat
RM'tlllMo UY IlMsriSO THE ICE FIIOM
AROUND II Kit.
Up to thu tinio of 0111 latest mlvieea 11...
Gie.t Kepub.lu wasstlh lu thu leu about
tlneu nine, nbovu Delrnoni, in goro
Unit cxtund, f riih.iui ..1..V..11 n..i., i .....
diieet.oii of Cairo
Aiimi.t . v r. cii. ui.. whlchhuman It to
nu.t cuiiiiovl u liaibeuii uiitticcesfful trkd
to get the stermer, nnd Ihoso blocked with
her, through the gorge. The grand duko
is wnitlng for her at Memnhls. ami m.l,...
sho can bo forced through ho will bo om-
poncu to ilnd some other method of con
veyance down tho river.
fho St. Louis Time Im, tho following
concerning tho steamer Grout Kepublie:
"A telegram detailing tho misfortunes of
the boat was received at tho offlco of the
Iron Mountain road, Friday, and Mr. A
AVYSopcr, tho superintendent of tlio road.
telegraphed back to blast thu ice. Ho
claims that this tilan Is t nal.
ble. Tho fco is tald to bo
seven fo-t thick whern thn (lrn.l
Kepublio lies, and Mr. Super reasonitiir
that leu Is as hard its rock and far more
brittle, Is of tlio opinion that n iiassnt'o for
thu uiil'ortiinatu" steamer can hu elfectcil bv
the uso of exploslvu material. Tho ell'ort
will in all probability bo mucin to-dav. and
could Alexis bu present, hu would unques
tionably ou impreffud with the resources
of n nation whoso pcuplu can turn from
lalliatice with Spotted Tails to the blow-
ing up of rivers.
The inarki't remains practically in thu
same condition n was repirteJ in mir last.
Wu havo experienced s..mu rumarkablv
cold weather during the last week, whiett
lins had 11 tendjnev, in addition lo iho
olhur drawbacks, to tnaku tho market
generally very dull. Ily our river reports,
it will b-seen that for the first time in
nineteen yuars, the river is gorged with
ice, and shipping to all intent, and pur
pose, discontinued. AVo notu a good
supply of Grain nnd Hay in the market.
Tho weather is moderating, and thu pres
ent condition of nflairs cannot Inst more
thin a day or two longer. It being im-
pos-ible lo ship until thet' is a
change in iho condition of tho river,
has caused the wha'fboi.t, to refuse
torcceivu Freights for shipment at pres
ent. The Cairo market is now undergoing
n novel sensation, which is the normal con
dition of the St. Louis, Cincinnati ami
other mnrkets abovo us in tlio winter
season. Country produce is in no de
tnnnd exoept for thu local trade.
FLOUU. Dealers report few sales and
prices are unchanged. Sales were
1U0 bols., on orders Sj suatl to
300 " Various Grades 0 f.CaO 00
COP.N. Tho maikct is well srpplicd
nnd prices nro unchanged. Our merchants
havo largo orders to 1111 ns soon a, shit
mcnts can bo made. Sales were
200 sacks, Mixed, del 01c
w ....... ...... t. ........... O.C
OATS. Our rem irks on ttie corn mar
ket apply equally as well to Oats. Sales
Ic.ir in sacks, 4Sc
2 cars " del 4Ce
HAY. Plenty In tho market, hut
thero being no way toihln, there aro 110
ales. Wu mute oai salu only of 2
cars, Choice Timothy, del, S20 00,
IJUTrKll. Dull nnd declining. Sale,
lOpkirs, Itoll I7ca20c
5 ' Common Itoll 10c
EGGS. Plenty and prices tend down
ward. Sales wero
800 do, shippers count 20c
POULTI.Y Is In no dumand except
for homo use. Sales were
0 coops Chickens $2 G0a3 50
100 lbs dressed turkeys He
MEAL. Firm at quotations, nnd ord
crs are corning in rnpidiy. hales were
200 bids Steam Dried, del 52 00
100 " City millsStcam Drud 3 00
GAME Is scarco and his been in
irood demand for tevcral days. Sales
20 doz. llabbit?, Quails and
5 do., Prairiu Chickens
POKK.-Wc note sales of
32 dios-od Hog,
FltUlT. Apples aru almost tlio only
fruit in the market, and thesu aru scarcu
and havo a strong upward tendency
S ile, wero
lOliliU.on orders i OOaO 00
SUN D It IKS 0 tack liio O.llVo 20o
pur. lb.; 1 III11I. Sugar, lOJo pur lb.; 10
JCeg, N. O. C'ano Syrup. 'J 00.
Notice. Tho bet entertainment in
tho city Is at tho St. Niiholas hotel, talooli
and rvslaiuunt. Thu butt mii-lc that can
bu had violin and piano. Good lunch
every morning and nlglit. All of thu
finest brands of cigars, mid thu best St.
IjouI, lager beer, always frch and nice.
Give tl, 11 call.
L'aiiry Walker. Proprietor.
Mr. W. II. Hynn In, lately opened a
frame nnd pietnro establishment on 8th
street, near cor. Wahintou it venue.
His slock comprises frames of all styles
and size, and many vory handsome pho
tographs, engraving', chromo), albums
etc. Hu has nil torts of mouldings and
inukes the framing of pictures to order, 11
npcclalty. Mr. It. invites all to call and
examine his stock. Jan 28-1 in. d.
Tho second and last term of tho chil
dren's dancing school, under thu superln.
londenco or Prof. Charles Hardy, will com
mence on Saturday, Fobrunry i)d, nt 2
o'clock p.m, Fub. 1-dMt.
Thirty cents a week will securo n pol
icy for onu thousand dollars in thu I. lie.
Association of America. A good Invest
ment fur 11 young mnu. For pnrtlciilius
apply to Carl L. Thomas, special agent.
Marriaoi! Guide. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 2'Jl pages. Price
CO cunts. Address Dr. Ilutts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth titreot, St. Louis
Mo, Rco Advertlmmcnt. tf
I will ofl'nr for ealo at my sales room,
105 Commurulal avenue, on Salurdny,
Fobtttary 20, at OJ o'clock a. m., iho fol
lowing articles, to be sold for charges! 2
'list-class billiard tables, complutuj one
'"I of g.N fixtures, and a lol of steamboat
mill doors. H.ih. positive, and with-
Oil'. rcStri'i. ll II. .T.t.u A
fstrniiicr. Whero from. Where to
Ifitnes Fisk, Paducali, Paducah!
cfivuniox ok the riyerh.
The river was about on a stand yester-
lay nnd ico wa, floating by. No interest
ing news from tlio gorgu could bo obtain
ed and It Is moro than probable that all
tho boats nro still fast. Should tho gorge
break tip suddenly, in nil probability
llmro will bu considerable damngo dono
to tho boats In It, and bolow It. Persons
havo been enabled to go from tho boats
to the bank with porfect safety. Tho
Columbus gorge may ba classed as the
largest uorge that has been formed for
n number of year., down in this region,
nnd wo can gel along for soveral years
wltlioul another ono.
Tho condition of tho Ohio nbovo hero
remains unchanged. Tho gorgo nt Cars
villu rtill ho.ds fust nnd won't 00 broken
up. 'J. lie Mm sslppl remains tho sauio
and the Ico was running heavier thnn the
djy before. In fact wo havo nothing to
to report from any quarter but plenty of
ice and snow and lulling rivers. About the
only thing that will movo any of the
gorges is a big rise In tho several rivers.
IICHINESS AN II WEATHER.
Tho itppjiirancu of the levee still Indl
catcs thai tho trouble below hero has not
been dono away Willi and busincs was
quite dull. Thuro were two boats loading
lor the south and will leave In gooj sea
Tho weather yesterday wns favorablu
for a general thaw, nnd no doubt a few
sueb days us yesterday will open tho river
and navigation will bo returned. A
bright sun fhown in all its splendor
throughout the day, melting n great deal
of snow nnd making it disagreeable under
foot. A few cow bolls with sleighs at
Inched were having a jolly good lime ns
long ns the snow would permit.
Mnj. Ed. Halliday departed for tho
Columbus gorgo to lake n good look at
the monster. Ho will return to-Jay.
The Commonwealth came down to tho
lower lauding and Is fast filling out her
trip. She has had her chimneys rcpaircl
since sho has been in port.
Tho Sampson had to lcavo part of
her tow below hero on nrcount of the ice
Sho returned for It night beforo l,t nnd
has it all in port now.
Tlio Ftsk arrived from Paducah with
a fair trip of freight and passengers.
Quite a mumber of boats havo laid up
nt Memphis to wait tho opening of the
Tim anow !in& lou.I.. tl... luv.m v.iry alio
pery and pedestrians had to go down it
with so much euro as a singer would dis
play In singing a ditlicult pleco of music
If they did not C. sharp they would II
Tlio Ynogur is siill re:elving freight nrd
will havo a'l sho want,.
The Carrio V. Count. 1ms been partly
loaded for sevoral days and will be
finishing up her lo.ul as soon as things look
I'll lis IIOWAltD,
City Anlloiiiil lliuili Ilnllillnx.
B9.KceUI attention paid to order IromMeam
outi nmlit ur ilv.su
Slv.epino Dooms kor Dent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Dank building. Apply to
At City National Dank.
For Sale. A cottagu on 12th street
containing 7 room, cistern and out
houses complete. Apply to
"W. W. Tnoit.NTOK.
Wanted board unit furnished room
for gentleman, wifu and child. Deference
given nnd teqnlreJ. Address, Dulletin
Testimony. Thousands of mothers nro
constantly speaking in exalted terms of
commendation of tho magical effects of
.Mrs. hitcomb's Syrup for soothing
infant, icothlntr. jan31d&wlw
imported Malaga grapes nt .lurgon
son's, corner of Twentieth street nnd
Wiishlogton avenue. if
New French prunes, currnnts nnd
raleln, always on hand at Jorgcnson's
grocery store. u
Pru.velles, In ono pound boxes, at
L. Jorgcnsen hns on hand n fresh sup-
pjy of Damsons, Ir. syrup. tf
For new citron, orangu nnd letnor
peel, go to Jorgonson's corner of Twen
tieth alrcet nnd Washington itvcnuo. tf
Crystal vinegar from London nt Jor
genson's, corn'.-r of Twentieth street und
Washington iivunuo. tf
Jinndwitehed meuts of all kinds al
ways on hand at S. Jorgonson's. tf,
Yarmouth succotash and corn nt Jor-
uxti i i rii:its.
II. T. GEROULI);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
as Titter's nnd I'litmber'a material, Woo
iMoo't. K'"ue ni.u hiik u vi.i--t -.-r
coulia, cluck vfvea,elo.
. . . ..... ...
TulU Ilrnlliera 1'iilciit rjr OR Meterw
And Miireheuae, Wella.ACV; Aulomitlc WaUt
Indicator aud buppiy vane lor aie.ro Doner.
WINTER' BLOCK, COMMEBCUl-AYMV
FIFTH ANNIVERSARY " rx
February O, 1671
The Helecl Council of fools protf of th q
Cairo Cat I no and hat In Ita unbu.inded wladom
resolvpd to'eelehrato Hi nrtli masquerade this J
annaon, whldi will, ns It ever has done, entirely
and cnmplrtlr eelipe uriy, and everything here,
toforo or hereafter to Im nllemrtel. Tho most
conspicuous fool i. lo tho community, amonn
"iioin, iny near reajer. you iinrjonuieuij ...
slata I, will be invited t't demonstrate that your
preaenca will t)0 my appreclnioJ. No tlekeia
Will ho enld al th iliwir .ml Ihnan alalill r lleketa
can obtain them of any member of th Casino.
CARL I,. TIIOMAet,
Committee of Arranemtnts of C alro Casino
Ft'nN AND IIIUEM.
II. LEW & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, FEATHERS, ETC.,
P. L. IIUYETT, k SON,
tmportert, Manufttotureri nl Joblxn of
nravia and flermaa Bllsrer
No. 25 S. Third Street,
oelSdJm. NT. I.OVIH, HO.
AND Ctittt I
Eioiith Street, Detweev Washinotoii
and Commercial ayenues,
Adjoining Klllenlienac nana'-
Keep th Lett of Ileef, pork, Milton, Veal,
Lamb, Haulage, etc., aud are prepared to aerv
ciilt-n" lo the moat acceptable nanner.
cnit. acnotaiatii. wuiiix acaici.
OH AS. SCIIOENMEYER k CO.
All ordeis promptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OF WAMII.VOTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH ST.,
I'. O. Drawer 11. JMf.
avi i i
BOOTH AND NIIOEA.
DOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Ueiween Washington .venue and Poplar
loots and Phe.es Made to Order.
Fin Wrrkmen Employed.
CITY HUOJS STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
son AotNcr roa
BOOTS AND SHOES
Commercial Avenue, Corner of EJgtifb
particular attention paid to all or
ders kor iiookkkirta and shoes.
HKAI. FATArt: AKMT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
U (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO tkfll,
Bov and Sell Real Estate
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITL1
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