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TAKE NOTICE.
TIMETABLE Of THK ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K.
On ami afterBnnday, May lllh. IS71, the follo
njr time-table wtll govern the arrival anJ drr''
tire of passing lialns nt Cairo i
iprfMail train.. lally........ ,i!V.",In
Ki press,. itly. i,J lu"'
Arritt Mall.dallv 3:& a.m.
r.r- - --v Pm
Cairo ami fet. rx-ol Short Line.
Arrive fc'" P-""
Denart I2;3a.m.
NothsnKecfwt fromCniro to 8t. Louis, N
olianire c'-." from uniro to u'licagn. mr.
raring lioo-n sleeping can on nujht trains.
aerK cheoked to all important rwlnls.
OA1UO AND MOUSV CITY
HTF.AX TVU.
CACHE
Wltlinak three trip' daily.
rritivo Mot xd r itt
At a.m.
At 1:3(1 p m.
At A ((( matpttUi
At T
At II -
at 4:10
..a.m.
...a.m.
-i.tn
Kstecach ay, rents; in tickets lor u w..
Will lam, when hailed, at any itood intermeillate
anJinglor passengers or freight. nov2llf.
IIKUiH llOATJl,
EVANSVILLE AND UA1KO,
The fine steamer
1DLEWILD,
GVi KOWI.KH...... MI
Will leave Cairn for Evanville every Sunday and
Thursday etcnlngs, at 5 o'clooi, p.m. For
frclcnt or passant-, apply on board or to
Jan 3 if ' " J.W. HltJOS, Agl.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
MAIL IIOAT.
The splendiil steamer
CT.A.S. PISK,
Jocl'ovtlcr, MiihUt.
set
iu.
t'llro DUt.V. (liiliyi c-icepted) at 4
For Irolilitor pi'm pnl onboardor
JAS. III4.UN, Ae'l.
(lutubcrln-iri Itlvcr ruckoti
NASIIV1LL1-1 CliAUKSVlLLE AND
CAIUO.
The rplendid kteaoier
T Y It ONE,
TOM UAUMAN...Mail Al.KX. HARD Clerk
Will leave C ilro every Hall) r. I ay at & o'clock p.m.
ftrClaikavllle, and alillle. Kor treight or
pRfnco, api ly on board or to
)an3tf JAS 111008, Ag't.
KASHVILLK, OLAUIvSVIIiLK AND
CAIUO.
The gallant ateamer
JOHN LUMSDEN,
OWKN DAV13...Maiter 1 Clerk
Will leave Cairo every ThurxJay at 6 o'clock p.m.
for Naxhville, Clarkavflleaud all way poiut. For
rreigm or pastage aiinir on tx'nril or lo
Jan3tf. JAd. UUiGH, Ag't.
NAsiivi"MVK,"orVAn"irsv
CAIUO,
The good "(earner
TALISMAN,
WII.EV SIMM3...Matter -Clerk
Will leave Cairo every Monday at 5 o'clock, p.m.
for Nashville, and all way ports For freight or
paage, apply on board r to
an J It JAS. WGO.-, Agt.
IMMKJHANT TICUKTH
IMMIGRANT TIC3KKTS
FOlt SALK.1 K'Tfal" f VOW SALK,
' I KerSalel
W01t SALE. J KorHa'lel FOK SALE.
Faro from Livkiipool,
i'aro from Lokucvukwit
Faro from Glasgow, ,
Faro from Qukk.vhtow.v
TO CAIUO, ::::::: : $18-20
Satforl, Morris .t Cn , gents.
INMAN LINK
Liverpool Ncw-Tork nhd Philadelphia
Steamship Company,
Dt COTaiCT WITH t'MTED ITillS AND 1ITISR
oovtnsntNts
For Carrying tlio Mills.
FOH PASSAGE TICKETS
ou ri'tmicE i.vroamTios
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, AaT.
15 llro.iilH jy, Neu-Voik, or to
II. II o II i t ,
Washington Avenre, Cairn. nms. 51
I'UVMCIANK-
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
EESIDHNCK No. 21 Thirteeaih steet. be.
twrvu Washington avenue an I Wslniit strert.
Ultice lilOaiiiiiii'rclsl wyeim. nt, lairs.
J. W. DUNNING, M. I).
J ivynnaUK sornr.Vinlh aul Wi'nut sts,
Oinee lioura from 0 a.m. to I J in
j.wu-u-jiiii'r .imri sireei 1111 1
'Vio levee.
ami 'I p.ui
II. WAHDNKH, M. I).
I y MWif..C. Corner .Nuielien'h street and
av naningion at eniie. neir court
house. Of-
no oter the postottioe
toll
hutirs ID to 12
a 111. iDii itot p m.
Jitil'itf.
U. S. ltllUiUAM, M. I).,
HOMEO?ATHIST,
OkKICK, 130 COMMKKt'lAl. AVK.UXITB,
Officeliours, kloIOa.m.. an.l I to :i p.m. iu.
dence, No. 11 Ninth sired. Cairo. 111.. ftl,7,
I.A VKHS.
ALLKN, MU1.K.BV k WHKKLKU
ATTOUNl'.YS
ASU
COUNSEL'-US
Willllin J. All an . 1
AT LAW,
John ll.Mulkey, i
fcamunp.wt.lr.j CAIKO, II.I.IN01H.
"Particular attention palJ to rim and ad
Dilralty tjuiiies
OFFICE-Oter First National HUU, Ohio I.evee
OHKKN Si GUsBBUT,
ATTOUNBY&
ASV
COUNSELOU3
AT LAW,
CAIUO, II.I.1NOH.
William U
en, 'I
:r,'l
William II. Oilberl
allies r.OIIItert
tftriji.eoia. atlenlinn glren to Adnmoilt aud
eitamWl biisiueaa.
oryic duo i.r.vEK, rooi 7 and 8 ovicit
-ITr NATIONAL HANK.
ST. OUaklks HOTEL,
D:,lKXF0KU Proprietor
toa.ia 01110 nvrr am. imo, t
CAIUO, iLLl.NolD.
She Only Firtt'Cfau Jfumt in the City
r Uajisgo eonreyai (o , 11 d from the I-epn
NEW A :j VJgRTISEriiaXTS-
VOI' MKI'''HS. VIOKSBUUO AN I)
juj. -"yKW OHIiKANS.
The excellent passenger packet
DEXTER,
Jo.Nia..
Msstcr
Leaves as al'.v- atii " "
point. Thin
J. -I h...it fait. FT. 'f'1?"1.."' PK
".V."".Vr..::.i .1 ilie oiueeoi
;:r".rV,cloe of either Hharf-
appij uii
lost.
TifK 0fUYSTAL GEM
SPECTACLES.
1)11, T. V. UVRBF.M.,
No, 411 Wshlnsjton Avtnnc, HI I.onla,
WOULD respectfully annonnce tn the eltltens
nf Cairo that he will be In this town tnia
week only, for the purpose of selling the
CRYHTAIj OEM SPKCfAGLKS,
and especially fitting all conditions ol the eye In
tliffloiilt cases. Jin will receive visits on batur-
day, February 24, at Mrs. T. H. Kti.t" , corner
Heventh street and Commercial avenue, for Hie
treatment ot the eve, especially In cnroniocaes.
Any and an requiring ireaimeni or hiiit nnj
leave order lit the reslib nee nf Mr. Ell's, or at
the I'nstoihce ilurin" the week.
Advirofree. iw-s-'Ji
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
I'ori'lly Jlnrnlial.
Wo are niilhorlteJ te aiitioiinL'o Andrew Cain
na a canulilatc lor re-elrc'lon to tlieoinoe ofUlty
Marnhal at the approaching charier election.
I'or :lly Trcnaiirrr,
We are authorlied to acnounco Mr. Joseph II
Taylor nn candidate for re-election to the olllce
of City Treasurer ot the ensuing charter
election.
Vr City Clerk.
We nro atitHorlr.-il to announce Michael How
ley as a candidate for rt-electlnn to the offlco ol
City Cleik at the enduing charier tdectlon.
l'ur City Atlompy,
Wc nreaulhorirc I to rnnounce Mr. I. II. I'opo
as a candidate for re.elecllon to the otllce of City
Attorney, at tho eiiMiing charter election. td
1'ollro MnRlNtrutr,
Wo are nuthorlted to announce Kredoltne
Dross a acamlldate for re-election to the office of
Police Magistinle, at the ensuing charter elec
tion, td
Ma. Kuitor : Please announce that, In tho
cientol no contention being held for the nom
ination of candidate at tho ensuing charter elec
tion, will be an Independent candidato for the
efllcc of Police Slaglslrate. 0. WINSTON.
Fub.1.. laT-2. td
. Alilcriuni-
l'.oitos 1U II r.Tis ; I'lcoe nnnounco Alfrol
Comings as an in icpendent candidate for alder
man from the Bvcond ward.
We are aulhorltid to announce O. W. Hen
dricks as a candidate lor alderman from the
Ihjrd w.rJ.
THE BULLETIN.
MWM-.-M-M-. M-.-..-.MM-.M......,H.M.,,..l,..
rubllitlml every inornlitfr, Monilnjr ei
eeiitfd. DIED.
At the rejIdutiCM of her mother, Mra.
Smith, widow of tho lote Patrick Smith,
corner Thirly-fourth street and Ohio
levee, on Tuesday morning, at 10 o'clock,
Miss Anna Smith, aged eleven years and
tlvo months.
Tho funeral will Inko pluco from tho
rcsidencu of Mr. Smith it 1 1 o'clock to-day.
A special train will luavo tlio lmmcnuor
1 depot at 2 J o'clock prccUely. IVictids of
tho family are Invited.
LOCAL BUBVITIES.
1'KltSOXAL.
Dr. Harwood, and Uov. Jvroc, of Anno,
vrcro in tho city yesterday.
After an absence of about threo wocks,
most of the time spent in Now York city,
Col. Taylor returned homo yesterday
morning.
Huv. John Friend, Into pastor of the
Christian church, but at proient Heurching
round in search of a location, returned
to Cairo yestorday.
l'llOIIATt COURT.
Judgo Uross opened Probato court on
Mnnduy iiiiiriilng. Them is considerable
buiiioss to bo transacted this turm.
Tit A INS.
Trains on tho Illinois Central com
meiicuil riiniilng their regular trips night
boforc lust, and eviirytliiui; is lovely, and
tho gootu hangs hlgli again In railroad
quarter.
HOIITINO.
Mike Walsh and Fred. Lewis worn ar
rested on a eliurgo of lighting. Thoy
worn fined Uvo dollars each, and having
no money wuro sent to tho calaboose fcr
ninu days.
WILLIAM KOIIINMIN
was up before O'S'.itinnes.y yesturday 011 a
charge nf drunkenness. The old man
thought William's crlmo was not much of
an oll'jiido, mid so let him oil',
a
orKK.vsivi: l.t.vouAdK.
John Williams, a colored mun, was up
before Shannessy on a chargo of using of
fomlve language. Tho ovidunco ngainst
blui was not strong enough, howover, and
ho was uiteluirgcd.
MJUI.VhON.
Laura U.iblm.m, ut, mutu of a down.
town brothel, was iitr.,tUvi fordrunkennoss
and disorderly punJuut. n0 l)( nvo
and the trliiiiiilngs wan u,i.ua oll ir jjy
oquire rjhanneny, which h
THK LKVKK.
The levoe yesterday presented 1111 wtw,
appeuranee. The railroad track Trotn nea(
V.uirll. ct...l ... .1... 1
.uM.... rnci-i iu iiiu eioili) llopot Was
crowded with freight cars ludeu with
freight awaiting shipment nouth. Tlio
draymen wuro all busy, and evorybody
baked "as happy 111 11 big sun llowor."
rill 'ruuxrn.
Tho Turners' ball at Schoel's hall on
Monday evening, was a grand success.
The attendance was very largo, not less
than eighty couples dressed In masks up
pearing in th'j room nt one time. Tho mu
sic, by Iionberg's band, was, of course ox
cellent, and tho supper, gotten up by John
Sohccl, hlnibdfjWus one of thu best evor
spread In Cairo.
NKWUItOC'KitV bTOKE.
A. Lavuit has oiiened a grocery ktoro in
the house on tho corner of Fourteenth and
Walnut itreets, whoro ho proposes to
k".tp a general aksorlmont of family gru
,:rle, pruvlilom, choice buttor, eggs, stto.,
THH tMlH" DAILY BULLWT1N. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1872.
ami hn rtj (-'- i "U goods i-:i n
rciis.mfll'lc tnniia na can ba ' obtained nt
Htiv'll"'f f'ltltlisliniiint of thu kind In tlio
t-iiV. (fivo lihn it cMI. Iib2l-dltii.
WII.KY & IIIX1IY
Imvo oponod tlio grocery nnd provlilon
toro luti.J.y occupied hy Clmrlcs JJvam
Wnsiilngloii ftvcnup, botweon higlith nnd
Ninth street?, nnd lmvo furnL'licd It with
n stock of strictly reliable fntnlly groceries.
Vegctnblc.a, gamo nnd poultry In season,
nnd goods tlollvcrcd lo liny pnrt of tho
city. dlw
mii'.vi:.
Ooorco ilorrls :id Kd. Stoln, two gny
bflyn, got on n high old tnro on Monday
Iglit, or Tuesday morning rather. They
bcciimo noisy, nnd fell Into tho hands
f Sltojhnnnnd Martin. Thoy wcro bo-
foro his honor, Shanncssy, yestorday, and n
fine of ono dollar nnd costs was assessed
gainst each of them. Hut
being ponnilcsj nnd friendless,
thoy tvoro lent to tho cnluboso for the
space of eight days.
THK LOCAL FUHS.
.1. AVagley Hill Is to bo it cnmlidnlu
nainst Howlov, Scott Is going to try
Cain unco more, Winston is going in
henry for thu negro vote, llrois it resting
in conscious innocence, l'opo is
quiescent, Uobcrtson hns made
tlvo hundred of the best citizens nngry by
concluding to run for tho inarshnlship.
Nellls is going to go for thonldcrnmnslilp
in tho -lib ward; thero Is to bo n democrtlc
convention (so Humor says), things is
working, etc.
DR. T. r. IIUlinKLL.
of 114 Washington nvenue. St. Louis, who
has undoubtedly attained moro ronown
than nny other man in this country, as tho
Inventor of tho "crystal gem spectacles,
nnd now ns manufacturer, has cbmo horo
by request of somo of our most prominent
citizens for tho purpose of introducing lit
wonderful invention. Tho doctor is stop
ping at Mrs. Ellis,' comer Seventh street
and Commercial avenue, where ho will bo
pleased to moot nil thoso who wish to pro
I euro n first class nrticlo In tho wny of spec
I titcles. The doctor will also nnswer calls
to nny part of tlio city.
1INKII.
llolweon twolve and one o'clock on Sun
pay morning, tlio neignuoruoou of
Twelfth atrcet and Washington nvonuo
was tho scene of considerable confusion
caused bv n, number of mon who had tak
en aboard more "lire wator' ' than thoy had
ought lo have done, and so as n result cn
gaged in a row, which for a time promisod
to bo a right lively affair, but nt tho right
time Policeman Quinn nnd Mehner put i
an nppearnncn nnd squelched tho rumpus
Ono of thejpartios etigagod in tho frncus,
was beforo Jlro'3 yestorday, nnd lined the
usual f'irc-tlvo and the trimmings.
A MISTAKH,
Yesterday morning ft party of surveyors
werouugaged in laying otl'somo lots In tho
lower part of tho city, whan sorno one start
cd tho report that work on tho Cairo A:
Yincenncs road had commenced nnd
pointed to the surveying party as prcof of
tho assertion. For a tlmo tho report was
believed to ho true, and thero was L'cneral
rejoicing among thoso who saw tho survey
ors going on with their work. Tlio real
object of tho survey was soon ascertained,
and thou If tho party who started the ro-
port could havo boon found, ho would, in
all probability, havo rocelved, nt least, n
good tongue lashing.
A hTAHLE INSTITUTION.
Just at tlio period when nil stablo-mon
whoro complaining that tho horse-oint-monts
of tho day wcro uustablo remedies,
tho Mustanii Lini.mi:nt made Its entroo
in Missouri, without any llourish ol
trumpets, and within ono year, becamo tho
favorite embroacatlou for tlio external dis
tempers and injuries of horses and cattle
in all tho Western and Southern States.
From that tlmo to this, it hns uevor had a
rival in tho estimation of accomplished
horscmon; nor is its household reputation
ns n euro of rhminritism, neuralgin, soro
nipples and caked breast, tumors, mump',
soro throat, oaracho, toothacho, bruises,
burns, wounds nnd sprains, 11 whit behind
its colobrlty na n horso Liniment. Tho
Mothers of AmorlcA know its value,
and apply it promptly to tho external i 1 1
juries of tho "rising generation," and in
fact thero is not a city or township iu tlm
United States whoro tho Mustanii Lini
hknt Is not regarded by both soxos and
every etas?, as a blessing to the commu
nity.' cod&w.'.'-'Jl.
THE FURTKADE.
M. LF.VV A CO. PAY THK IIIOIIKST MAIIKKT
l'UICKS.
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of prices paid by H. Lovy iV: Co,, for
hides, furs, feather, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce
Lovy .t Co. do a very largo trado iu tholr
line, and Ills a well known fact that thoy
always pay tho highest prices to bo ob
tained in this markut. 'i hoy nro now
paying for
KUits :
Mink
Uticccon ...
Wild Cat. .
llmiio Cat.
Musk ltat..
$2 00 a '2 25
00
00
10al&
15
, 12J
Opoiisum
Oitor 5.00a 7 00
Bear Skins 2 00 a 0 00
Beaver, per pound 50 a 75
HIUKH, J'KB pound:
Deer Skins
Beef Hides, Dry Salt
27 u. 17J
18) a 20
'J a 121
On 7J
50 a 05
11 uruvn ami
OTIIKIt AllTICLKS:
Tallow, Var Jimlml
reatliurs.
Wool,
Beeswax " n "
00 11 70
25 n 28
The lllinvn fvl.r. tl..
,v .ullJ(,clt0 correc.
tlon,
BoAHi)iNfi.6nu hundred day boarders
can bo uccoiumadated at tl.u Cominerclal
hotel with day board, llrst-class fttrU( nt
tho low rate of $20 per month . '
Mits. M.J. White.
dlm-2-13.
TitUTH. Tho powers of Mrs. Whlt
coinb'a Syruj) for children nro ns positive
m tho sunlight from henvon, nnd gcntlo
and soothing asannBgol' whisper.
difcw lw2-21
Yarmouth succotash and corn at Jor
genson's. tf,
JJUS1NKSS LOCALS.
Smoked salmon and Yarmouth
orajust received nt Jorgenson's,
blunt
If. Oyslnr Soup nt Harry Wnlkcr'n ovory
morning. Alio fresh St. Louis beer. If
Now that tho Cairo nnd Vlncor.ncs
railroad Is it fixed fact tho contract
having been let, nnd work to bo commen
ced nt once, Jorgonscn Is prepared to soil
nil kinds of grocorlos cheaper than nny
other house In tho city. tl
Where nro you going? To tho place
number C3, Ohio lovee, whoro they keep
tho best fresh oystors, fish nnd game, n:iJ
tho flnoit wines, liquors nnd clgnrs to bt
found In tho city. Open nt nil hours, d-y
or night. J. E. Pauk
Mr. Gustnv Klingsohr, a musician of
noted ability, who has for tho past fow
years, been engaged ns n professor in Unl
timore, Md., proposes to mako his futuro
homo In our city nnd now offers his ser
vices to tho public. Thoso who havo not
nlreiidy engaged compotent teachers would
do well to address Mr. Klingsohr, llox
1103, Cairo. 111. Also especial attention
given to piano tuning.
Mr. W. II. Hynn lias lately opened n
framo nnd ploturo establishment on 8th
stroot, near cor. Washington nvenuo.
His stock comprises frames of nil styles
nnd sizes, nnd many very ImndSomo pho
tographs, engravings, chromos, nlbums
etc. Ho has nil sorts of mouldings nnd
makes tho framing of pictures to order, a
snccialtv. Mr. U. invites nil to call and
examine his stock. Jan 28-1 tn-d.
Wo havo no hesitation in recommend,
Ing William Ehlcrs, boot nnd shoo mnker
11s worthy of most llbornl pntronnge. Wo
know whereof wo speak when wo say uu
work is douu In a masterly manner at the
lowest prices. Ho tttcs nothing but tho
best of stock, and ho cannot bo excelled In
tho dcllcato task of making an exact ill
Glvo him a call at his shop on Twentieth
stroot, between Washington nvenuo nnd
Poplar stroet, nearly opposlto tho court
house, nnd we will guarnntco satisfaction
Pat. Fitzgerald, of the Sample Uooms,
has recoived tho nppointmontof ngent for
tlio finle of tho Hammondsport, N. 1
Urbnnnn Wino Company's wines in this
city. If tho bottlo with which wo wcro
yestorday presented is n samplo of tho
quality of theso winos, then we nro pre
pared to say thut thoy nro among tho best
we hnvo ever tasted. Ho has just
received n largo consignment, which ho is
prepared to soil at tho lowest figurers
He hns also on hand n large and complcto
stock of tho various brands of Irish,
Scotch nnd American whiskies, nnd wines
of ovcry variety janlL'dtf.
11 is true that Blnnkcnburg's Excel
sior saloon is now one of the institutions
of the city. All drinkers who liko renlly
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
otc. go to the Excelsior siloon, which is
fitted up iu splendid stylo, iilankenbtirg
who knows how to keep n saloon, spreads
n lino freo lunch ovory morning nnd ove
ning, nnd, ns ho forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens tlio lunch with music." Ho
)im cmfi!tyo! tho sorvlceiv of m flrst-rnto
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in ono end of tho saloon
speak out In musical tones. Evorybody
Is Invited. The best order Is maintained
nnd all improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that tho .Excelsior saloon
is at tbo corner of Washington avenuo and
Fourteenth stroet.
COMMERCIAL,
Tho weather has been very mild nnd
plcasnnt for a few days past. The market
has bocn modorr.tcly active. The break
ing of tho bridgo at Big Muddy, cut oft'
ono of our principal lines for tho supply
of Grain. Tho trains, however, are now
running without interruption, and the
market will soon be fully supplied. Tho
market is entirely baru of White Corn.
Wo note tlio sale of a fow curs at "fancy"
prices, occasioned by its scarcity
and tho active demand for it.
Tlioro is n brisk demand for good Hay.
It hns been scarco for somo days and
prices are consequently still'. Tho market
for country produco has improved some
what. Tho supply of Buttor, Eggn, etc.,
is insullluioiit for tho demand.
Correspondents must boar In mind that
our inslJo figures represent prlcos in
round lots from first hands nnd outsldo fig
ures, prices for sales made In small lots or
on orders.
1LOUU. High grades aro firm and
scarco. Tho stock of low grades Is light
and tho mnrket quiet. Sales wore
2380 bbls. Various grades 5 25, 7 OOaO 50
wOU " Ulioico I'liinlly H 05
BUAN. CO sacks $23 00
COIiN. White Is active and in jrood
demand nt unchanged rates. Sales were
IU cars mixed, In bulk
10 " " In burlaps, del.
42eai:ic
52c
1 lenov, la ly a '
37 mixed, " "
J " " " from store
2 " " on orders
2 " " from storo
4500 sacks White, do!
75 " " on orders.
2 cars choice Whito "
f"o
Mo n file
63c
C4u
oSc
fi7c
C7o
00c
OATS. Aro active. Largo-sales havo
been tnado in tho last fow days nt good
cs. Wo uuoto
10 cars Mixed, in sucks del...,
3 " " on ordors del.
450 sacks 11 "
0 cars " Galena In sacks
del
00 bus,, Galena in sacks del...
210 cars, Mixed and Whito iu
4Cc
40o
40c
46o
46c
sacks, del , 4Go a 47
3 cars Black Fancy iu sacki 48o ti 50c
325 sacks Seed Oats 4i)c a 50c
3 cars Whito Seed Oats C0c
HAY. Good is scarco and prices still'
at nn tsdvauco ovor last wock. Lower
grades aro neglected. Sales were
100 bales Mlxod, from storo $20 00
1 car Choice'' dol m 00
10"' " Timothy del 2l00n22 00
BUITEH. Choice is rather scarco
and iu demand. Common is dull. Sales,
were
ipkg, common 121oal5c
Jtubscholc 20 0
Dill's 11 10.. ,11..
33 "
.- ..................... UV.n aUU
Uoll.
20o
sun, i;Ar in. .Bul1 llo,,,nU
lrw,.
Tho
oob'diu . bUn wur-
20 pki:s
20cn22o
Tim dymlTJi1 YIT'h' " 'VAarkal Is bare
M EAL.-I, brisk and quotation nro
Siilos wero-
iwu nun., i rosn
f)OU Kiln DrUI. ilol
$2 60
!00 " Steam " "
CM " " " unorders..
,1 90
'2 00
3 00
1UU " in nls. nn nr.lnra ft
00n3 10
I'UTATOKS Snln. ,,,
1,000 bus. Peach Illowsin bulk..
BOo
w iibis. unio Kiver Peach
Jllows (i
i'l 75
' uus- J- ink hyes on orders 3 OOaP. 25
m 11 . ftt ..
1200 bus. Mixed In bull- -.
v 1.1:111:11 mnwft v.
PUOVISIONSll ill' lmnn dm
I tow inys jiast. Wo note sales r-
II caks clear sides dry salt
f . -....VI 1 1 NI,,IIU IUI
suuuiuers. on ordnra .1m-
salt
0c
" Bacon "
03c
" shoulders, dry salt
oowis ttry salt..
" Bacon clour sides
4 Jc
CJe
0c
" Ulbbed sides drv.nlt..
Tierco Lnrd
cask Broakfast Bacon
" Sucar cured Hnin.s
10c
12Jc
Pork. Wo nuoto
17o bbls mess
$13 7C
Sales
APPLES. Sca-co and hlch.
wcro
10 bbls. sliclitlv frosted nr. rm
MtTVniirt."c
1 bbl. Coal Oil. 27c tier iml : C bbls. New
j w A. .in ,.o.
PlnnlnlU.. -VT-l-..-. .."int.ll Ll.l. 1 -
C5c ; 1 bbl. dried npplcs (ic.
luiint.ivii nwiiinsu. uou : iu nail uuis.iiii
KIVKRNEWS.
POUT Ll'jT.
AltltlVKIl AND DKPARTKI.
Bteanier. Whero from. Wher t.
1". Dean N. Orleans... Louisville.
C. B. Ohurch...Ev-usvlllo...N. Orlcnni.
Liberty 4 N. Orleans..
Potomac N. OrUutis...CincIr.nail.
Mollie Kngon.. Memphis.
oiary iioutton.iiOuiSTillo..... tlrloans.
Atlantic .St. Louis.
Miniiio Whito Ulver
Illinois Columbus Columbus.
Jns. Fisk Paducali Paducnh.
CONDITION OP THK IlIVKRs.
During the pntt twenty-four hours the
river has risen nbout ono foot. At Cin
cinunti tho river has fallen several fetit,
caused by the gorgo nbovo Lawronceburg
giving away. At Pittsburg tho river has
0 feet in tlio channel. Tho Ico In the Al
leghany nnd Monongnhcln rivers shows no
signs of breaking up.
The Ohio is rising rapidly bolow Louis
vllle, and the river is in a better boating
condition than it has been for several
months, nnd everyday betters tho channel
Tho slow rise continues in tlio Missis
sippl, nnd it is beliuvcd that there Is only
ono lecborgs between horo nnd SL Louis,
nnd thnt will no doubt havo to give way
beforo long. At St. Louis, great efforts
have been mado to clear that harbor of the
Ice that has been nn eye-sore to tho cltl
xens of that placo during tho winter, but
tho undertaking was more than was bar
gained for, und but littlo good was done
Tho Cumberland river Is reported rising
ngaln.
The Missouri is ngain rising, nnd if
tho riio Is of any consequence, it will fill
tho channol of the Mississippi up to a fair
stage, and tho great artery of commerce
will soon bo opened
From horo to Louisville nothing remain
to obstruct navigation, which is resumed
oncoagaln, nnd every day is expected lo
bring us nn arrival from that region
Abovo there consiJorablo Ico can bo found
(bating, still it will bo of but littlo hinder-
anco to boats. Below hero no danger need
be apprehended for thero Is plenty of
water, and stonmcrs can loud horc to their
fullest capacity,
HUSINKSS AND WEATItr.lt.
Business on the landings was very ac
tive. Thero is plenty ot freight ready for
shipment and largo amounts arrive daily,
Tho weather was cloudy and pleasant
nnd tho clouds betoken a regular seige of
rain, which would bo very acceptable
MIcr.LLANEOL'ri ITEMS.
Tho Atlantic returned to St. Louis
wlthn couplo of barges in tow. The
tow sho brought uut, will be towed south
by the Mary Alice to-day.
Tho Mallle Itagoti has decided to load
hero fur Memphis, und suiting tho action
to tho word, sho commenced doing so soon
after her arrivnl.
Tho Mary Houston from Louisvilc,
passed down with a big trip. She brought
down tho hull af tho ntw steamer Geo, C.
Woolf, which will bo towed to St. Louis by
tho Illinois as sooif as tlio rivor opens
The Thompson Dunn and Potomac
pased up tho Ohio with big trips of pas
songers, Tho Louisville, which left here
soveral days ago, will ro-sliip hor trip at
Ev.'insvlllo nnd load for Hew Orleans.
The O. 11. Church from Evansvillo, ar
rived hero well loaded for tho south
Thoro seems to be plenty of freight nt
Evansvillo, and once in nwhilo a boat will
stop tlioro and load
111 1 Ij. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
Vlty XiiIIomiiI Ilnuk Ilullilliitr.
osSjicclnl attention paid toordcrs Irom slcam
oats nlKht or dav.b'
Foil Sale. A cottngo on 12th stroot
containing 7 rooms, cistorn and out
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
For new citron, orango and lemon
peel, go to Jorgenson's corner of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, tf
Crystal vinegar from London nt Jor
genson's, corner or Twentieth stroet and
Washington nvenuo. tf
Peck, Fkkan, ic Go's London blscui t
always on hand, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue. tf
New Fronch prunes, currants and
raisins always on hand at Jorgenson's
grocery storo. if
Imported Malngn grapes at Jorgon
Fon's, corner of Twentieth stroot and
Washington avenuo. U
Wright's no pius uitra mlncod men
prepared oxprossly for family use, at Jor
gonson's. L. Jorgenson has on hand a flesh sup
ply of Damsons, Ir. syrup. tf
Johuknson hus tho host
East
India
tf
presorvos for snlo cheap,
Sundwltchod meats of all kinds al
dim a nrevlv.i y reportod.
ways on hand at S. Jorijcnson's. tf.
runs and iiiih:s.
11. LEVY fc CO.,
nrAtr.ns. ti
HIDES AND FURS,
wool, i'i:atiieiin, iitcw
93 OHIO:iiBVBE.
CAino, Illinois,
nnvlSt
iVas, icnotxMtttn. william scute"
OHAS. fitJIIOENMKYEll & CO.
FURNITURE ROOMS,
UPHOLSTERING
Mattress Manufacturing,
I'll ml I urn ItFpalrlng,
PIOTIJKE FRAMING.
All orders promptly attended to.
NOllTIIWKST C'OHNKK OF WAHIIINOTON AV-
F.NUK AND TKNTH HT,
CAIUO, ILL.
P. O. Drawer 12M. Jn!Uf.
3III.LINKIIN.
MRS. M. SWANDEH,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
AMI
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Coimncrclnl Atrimr, iiioallr Klllo
hiiii Jinj'iiioi-irs)
Caiho, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOU LADIES' WEAh
Made to order, or Iteady-Made
Has received a full and complete stock of goods,
no newest ami coinpieiett in tne city. A a nil
mense varlty ol
RIBBONS, LAUES AND FRINGES
she oilers Croat unlucemft to her tutrans and
all others iocall on her.examlne the prices, styles
anu ipisiny o. ner goou.
.Mrs. Swanfier, having sold her proprly, wll
sell the whole of these tootls at and lieloivcost
Now Is the lime tn purchase Chnstmaa good
i tne verv iowei prices.
I'AI.NTI'.HH.
MOORE k MATHEWS,
PIousc, Sign and Ornamental
PAI1TTEES,
Drrorntlve I'nprrluiiiKliiK, KnlNouilu-
in if, fit-.,
Done In tho hnthest style ol the art, and
raies tnai ueiy competition.
SHOP IN I'KKIIY HOUSE, CORNER OV 8TH
STREET AND CMMEKCIAL AVENUE.
NAI.OO.IM.
EL DORADO
BILLIARD SALOON AND RAR-
ROOM.
JOHN UATEN, Iroirlelor.
Jti6 Commercial Avenue, CAIUO, ILLINOIS)
Ilest brand of CalifornlaClKars Just rccelreJ,
QILLIAIII) saloon furnished with the bnt
JJ lablenj ami b.tr mpplieil with wines, llouora
and cigars of the Hnest brands.
A. SUSANKA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA 'SALOON
And Healer In Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUOUS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Levee,
Iletwcen Ninth and Tenth Streets,
Cairo, III.
decl7tf
(JIIOCKKIIX ANU IlltY OODN.
WILLIAM KLUGE.
FAMILY GROCERIES,
DRY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATH AND CAPS, ETC.,
Has Just received a heavy atocic of Hoots and
tihoes, Hosiery and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
tie alio has a hue stock nf Family (irocenen ot
every kind,
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER
OIAL-AV.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
4JAN riTTKIt.).
H. T. GEROUTjD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
AsoDXAtia ta
OAS riXTVIIEM,
Oas Fitter's and Plumber's "material. W
pumps, Rlobe ami anijln valves, atop
cocks, oheclt valves, etc.
aUo Aokt fo
Tillta Braltacrat Patut mt eUM'.?!
And Mbreh.uae, Wells A Co'a M?, ,Wl"
Indicator and Hupply Valve for ateam boilers.
WINTKR'tl JiLOCK, COMUMCIAtVA VENUE
IIOOK IIIMIIWIV.
UAIHO UITi.' HOOK 15INDEHY
joiin 11. onr.ni.Y a co
ritornir.Ton,
lJulictin UuildiiiK, corner of lUtli
Htrcctnml WasIiiiij?toii nvenuo,
Cairo, llllinos.
Allklnda of llindlngnnd Itullnn dono at th
lowest prices. Having cnj(seii mu ran
ut Mr. iliirta. who lias had inanr vonrs
experience Inonoofliest binderies of nt. Inils,
to superintend tnls establishment, we can con
Mdently promise our patrons work equal to tliat
of any Illnilery In Hie west.
INNUIIANCK,
W. II. MOHItlH,
II. II. CANUEB
Ho, Tub. and U. H. Ccm.
Notary I'nbllc,
IISTSTTIREII
FIRE, HULL, OAUOO, LIVE STOCK
CCIDENT, LIFE,
I3STSXJia.DtTCEI
.ETNA, HARTFORD,
Assets .
i,M,Mt 97
NOItTIl AMF.IIICA, PA.,
Assets
...S,73,0J0 (
ItARTFOKD. CONN..
Assets .2.M4.210 Ti"
IMHVNIX. IIAUTFOUD.
A.seta - 1,711,141
INTERNATIONAL, N. T
Assebi. t,M,SS 17
PUTNAM. HARTFORD,
I Assets 700,917 00
CLEVELAND. CLEVELAND,
Assets &1S.C7J
HOME. COI.UMI1US.
Asset 515.271 44
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.
Asset M.J0W
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Asse J0,(sXI,00 W
TRAVELER', IIARTfORD, LITE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets 1,W,0U0 0
RAILWAY l'ASSENOERS ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Assets - M,W
INDEPENlsENT. HOhTON,
Asset KlO.tCi
SAFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio I,Ts-,
City National Hank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
)
COM I' A XI US i
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
Asse
..H.nc.jic z
QERMANIA, N. Y
Assets l,OfiS,721 71
HANOVER, N. Y.
Assets ..72C,81 00
REPUIILIC, N. T.,
Assets,
T14.VZ1 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
A si. 1 671,4(4 19
ALBANY CITY,
ol Assets
tM,H3 -a
firemen's pun d, s. p.,
Asset C7ti,SO0 0
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
Assets 1,432,(411 (l
STOUKS, Itwellinjrs. Furniture, Hulls and Car
Koes. Insured at rales as favorable as aounJ.
permanent security wtll warrant,
I respcctlully ask ot tho citizens of Cairo, a
share ol their patronage.
a. n. miiiiiiji.
roAL.
COAL I COAL! COAL I
JAMES ROSS, .
tlEALka IS
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
COAL!
Comraercial-av., Foot of Eleventh-st.
All Coal carefully welghtd at the yard on Fair
oanka' scales,
FULL WEIC-HT WARRANTED.
Coal delivered on ih shortest notice In any
part ol the ci.y, cither by tbo half ton, ten or car
load,
I.eavo order at theolBc on Commercial. ar. a
he fnotof Kleveolh street, novlCd-Cin.
FAMILY UKOCKlClKfl.
LOUIS JORGE NSEN,
Dealer Is all kinds of
staple and fancy
q.OCBEIB8.
rarmer'a VaW ana RtnbliBf.
WITHOUT CIIARQK.
Cor, Washingtonav.rond TrrentletU-it.
CAIRO, ILLS.
Jy.TUif.

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