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On Mid after Bun.Uj, . Um. . the folloir
n nne-table will of tu tli "rival and dej "
ur of MkD ltln at 0itm
4rtlf-Mall train, dailt....... i!HUt
Cxpieth, Jilj M-...-.- , '
, i -Uail, J-,1, im', ,,'
and m. I. ..l.M.orl l.il.c
1131 . in.
... ),..". ."'.'. .. . imm Cairo ii HI. LouI. No '
from Cellu to O'lUnk". K1-(T
r-lr.t Ilxin sleeping oara on miihi ttn'
ttgw checked I" all important icli.l.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Willk' Ihr"- trip- dailj-.
It.VIKO MOt XHItV
,m. At l::to.....- '
vi r ii..-
At 4 .'....
....tn.l li - P""
,p.m. At a...... P-m
ao cents; l lUifpi t'is:
Fere M'h ;jr
Will lam, when hailed, ov?oc
((nJios-or pMpoK orffeti!'".
001 lUirriii-'.' -
EVANSVJLLK AW CAUW,
Th ' lamer
iyiu'LER..- ,"...... ......MAtfT
if ill leare Cairo for Kianinlle every Hunda) fail
Vnursdar- evening, at 1 o'cloJA, p.m. For
tn, or passage, apply on 'j a,,.
CAfiTO AND lCvDUC'AH "
MAIL II OAT.
Tne eplendid steamer
Jor Kowlor, Intr.
C rt IxIUt, (lltlix excepiej) l
Yjt iriz!t ur piitf ikpslt oubnarJor
JAS. UIUUN, At'l.
rumbprlnuJ Illtr lMekrtt
VASnVILLE, CLAHKSVILLE AND
Hie )if ndul (tramrr
TOM HAH1IAN Mlr ALU.V. HAKP. .Clert
Via ln Ciiroer Sitirlert JoVlcx-k p.m.
firCiui""'. nl N!iTlllf. For freight or
fur. iip.ly on ooim or to
',,sf 1 Jvi nioj, Ag-t.
AMEVJLLE, CLAltKSVII.LK AXI)
Tt. rt'.Unt tuniT
OWLS DAVIS.. UiUr I JAP.P. JACK!-OS...C'lerk
W .1 Ct:ro tf it Tr.nr Jjr at o'clock p.m.
IrSiliT'ii.Clri!leii'I H vaj poiott. Kor
frntil ct mttiit pplT oa lnnl or lo
JA-. BlfiGS, AK't.
.VASiiviM.v; ci..ivSVii.hK a'.v'd
oa i no.
Tti jood Hcjmer
WILKr 5l.MM;iittr 1 J.NO II Ull'KK-.CItrL
VAU leire Cilrs rf- UomUj l n'rl jk, p.m.
f r N4.ttill. ts4 !l p3 For frelaht or
P.. i plr oa loir r to
,;' lUGOf, At.
I.M.MIGKA.NT TICK UTS
FOR ?.LE, 1 ;orr.le pon SALK.
C0K aALE.j f tile 1 KOK HALE.
'ar 'rj.'ii LlVKBt'OOL,
Fre from ho.vDCXDKUBV
Fare frntn (iLAoow
Fare from Qcv.etov.v
TO CAIKO. :::::::: $48-
jrt, !orru 1 C
LintvA f.Tork iti'l I'illalelphla
llltllfl HB I'VITKb T4TM nattl.H
i'ar Crrying In Mll.
n)U l'ABS.VffK TICKETS
APPU' TO JOHN' O. DALE, Aot.'
MbtOfS,y, .Vew.Vort, ertn
II. II o up I,
.hiuai Aienre, Cairo. nn. 31
. WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. I).
I) E'lfJilNCB No. il TfcirKetilli .ret. !
or 7l ',"hy"'n Vfnttarirl Wulntil treit.
11 " Cnanifri'iHl mi run', up tlxir-.
W 'K ofnr.'' nt.'j au 1 Wtlnut
"tl fh jr..
J V '11 '-1ii...f -irfH .t...l u n I Iti.m l..A..
trim 1, n.in. t9 I J rn , asi a ti.tn
il U'AHDN'HKr M T
.-l"'"1'' .Ninettenlh xlrett an4
. . '"VW ''n'le, lief CO trt h'lll'e Of-
e 011 li)ur I" to li
OUEEN fc OILUEHT,
U ilium li Oiltitn. V .
.Miii aP.t.iUett. j V-A,Ur. IU.ISUW
.""""l-'cu. atleotion e,n 10 tw..i.
OVnOK-OIIIO LKVKK.UOOWl, 7 AND 8 OYER
HARD and SOFT LU.M1JER
, i-t e,r" deeetlpn.,,
I.ATM.SliIKOKKSb C'CDAK I'OSTS,
CfiJiimcrehl-nv, let. ldtu Mtdi
Y M ALIA.
BATUMI! AY KVKMMIf, February
will bept-'scntedtlit t'U.i..b e dree
THE EDUCATED 0JM.MI'
.Mr. I.'" rcm '''
TA K A I - II ' ' A L Kl R li.
SOJIKTIIINO KOK KVKKYBODYI
Tnc whnls to conelni? wlih Hi celebrated
...mr-entltl-l " Armo.er,-' by Ueo. Scnul ,
1 lie fine slcnincr
JI. 31. SHRBVE,
Will IfAr Culro Till' K.Mo for VlclnhurK nnj
Inli'Mii'rtinle w porl Kor lielsht or pfige
ni l If on Iwnril orl llienlllcc of either w!irf.
We Are milhoriicl l Btinviiocp Anilrvw Cn'n
candlilalelorre-elec ion lo llieomoe of Oily
.MaHul t the pproichln cliatlrr election,
V.'o nrr nutliorlteil to renounce Mr. Joseph tl.
Teylor nia oai.ilnlttis for re-elecllon lo the ottlce
of City Treasurer nt the enlnif ohnrler
lor City 4'lrrU.
Ep:m lii-r 1 wtt v -Heme Announce my imtnc
nn InttopenttfLt randMnie for Hie utllco of
City Clerk, at the ennulox charter election,
J. U'min Him..
U'e nre aiithoriZ.il to announce Michael How
ley as a cun lulnte for re-election to the nniceot
C.ty Cleik at the cumins charter election.
For Ctly Attorney,
We atPRiilliornoJ to announce Mr, P. U. Pope
at ft ciri'luhle for rt'-clevtion to the otllce of City
Attorney, at the cn-uln charttr 'le:tl&n. U
Wc ar nuthorfzeil to announce l're luline
Pro a. a caruli Jatt for reelection to the otllceof
Police M3iitrn:e, t 1I10 cnuing charter t-lec
Jla. Ueinia 1 Pleane annxince that at the
rnMiiug charier election, conrcntlon or no con
Tention, I will bean independent candidate for
the ofliee of Police Magl'tnte, C. WINSTON.
Feb. IS. 172. id
fur Kel;t Caunrll.
We are amlioriiM lo anaounce Cnpt. J. M.
Phillip" a. a c.tn tbUU for tho Select Council,
Irom Hi city at lrj.
We ara author.ael to naoiim 1. llunlai a
candidate for the Srlect Council from the city at
We are nut.'n.- I m i-uiounce I'.iul (i. Sihiih
ai a candidate for tV Select Council from the
We are aiillinrUfcl 10 announce C. It. Wood
ward i a candidate for the St lset Council frcm
the Second Ward,
We areaullnirir.ed toonnoitnce Mr. A. il.SnrtjM.
h n canilidale for Alderman from the Flrv. ward.
We nie uuilioiu'il to announce Mr. John I.
Heinle a candidate for Aldermin Irom the
Wp nre aulliorize,! to announce that Mr.
luhu II, Iloblnoii l n candidnto tor Alderman
Irom Hie Fourth ward.
Wc ate authorial to anaonr.ee Mr. John II
Pli'lI'M hi caidi.l'tte fur Al.lmini fruai the
Tlr.i W r.l.
We arc-aiilliir:rl tu announce Jlr. Patrick
FiiijJinMnt acjndld it. fur Aider man from the
Ktiirot IliLi.cto ; nene nnnouocc Alfrad
Cj:iiiih i an in lep.ud jut e.ci'lidate for alder,
linn from the cond ward.
We are a-'thnnml lo announce Jo in (J. Stan
di a an 111 lependent andiiUte ior Al lerinan
from the r'reon I Ward.
Vi- ar- amliorizi 1 lo annouu.-e (J. W. 11,-n-dricl;
a. a candidate fornlderiuin from the
We .r aiithonx'd lo annomi.-e William Under
a. a curli-hts lor A'd.-mn from the -leemd
We are a4lliorZ' I lo unnounce uu Wul.lcr
a. a candidate for AMerinau from the Firt Ward
N II. II elected, my csn.tltiienti will pleae
aJ-lrex all letter, to me a' pWin I. Walder.
We are authored to annMintc P.. W. tJiiinlnx
a, a can li.l ile lor Ald-ciniii from the H 1-00 ml
I'liblitlHil a-irry iuoruliir, Mumlny cx--rpt4-'.
mi i'iierieiiceHl trdtiilp, ApIy to II.
II. Citi.iliM-, fit v n.ttinnitl hit 11k. (Hit
1 lit: wKATim:,
yctcr.l.-iy, tuitwltlitafiiliti tliu licavy
viinl that irev;illeil, w.trm anil plcm-
TI10 liutii.i anil two Int. tittixti-il on tho
corner ut Eihti-tiith ami U'iilnutstrcot,
U oil'-rer for -ili! on very rcusonublo
li'rme. I'i,r p n r t U-ulu r- iijij-ly on tho pruin
TJ10 liit j huur at wI1K.l1 w rcceivo omri
I tuaaimmiiRVMieiiu t- , fimj
HKirillni;' Ilt'l.t.m IN. inaku ciniiincnt 1m.
poMih!.-. A hII who Intuml tu Wciiins
i'r.ill'ltti will pruhublv t in tonluv, wu
H t' K 'AIIIO,
. iu- I.. 'Fhonms wi) pmiva-i tho
'ty .lult,,.vl mwvi, wev;t t oltntn
u ..enhera fr a lutinritjitt miip or Cairo,
loroil .! Ilt.Htiy ...unnte, thoyin;
every l,nU. H u. u U)() nro(jtg afd
"venue m , r t.a 1 v 1 1-W.n block'
rt N.NKI. U U.I. , ArtK.
" KlvitiK tliutir.mok of tl,u nttiirneva en
XKI In Hie Tiiiuu-ii Wi cuiC( ,l(,w 01l
h,h .Mnun.n-r t.rcujt courti wo
"iilt.d Ui nlu tlit Mr.S. 1'. WIicoUt,
! on., of tl,,. nu.,rr...y f,,r t))u ct
gltlmule lii-jH, imj imt . w ,, n,i
I jcri, of flit- Hrm of limn ic I5llhrt, al.o
lapjuirj luntie .c-rch.i-.
Tlnj .y Muc.tnJ night liiiforo ln.t l.y
Oillr. C,,, hihI llilllnly for tui.pIiiK
a tin f .Mr .j. Ui lte0,pg ,tor0( nfl(,r re.
"milling In tliii cHlaboMo fur levurul lirmra.
'old Ji.tli.-r Mullulo tlmt ho had hll tho
money undar tha hou.u on Klulitli
uli-rt! he w, found when urrmled. Hmrch
ai made, unit tho money found hid bwav
ufKjir a brick ttndor tho houec.
Tliu tubit'i'ai j.1e j'Merclny, at the llnl
I HP, fAllJO PAILY
innl toh icuK wiirclioiisi', D. II li'il & Sun,
iro(iri- L-.ii-, w i mti'llil by t I'.ill liOiltJ of
Homo buy. Tliuru wera also prcsunl u
mi tbtT of pronlwenl buyers from foreign
market. Twenty lnnelio.ul vcro put up
on Ibo breiike, iin.l U t aatUfuctory
grnwa n.r.nti' with cin-h ilny, J lie only
Ciintvft of lmpoit imuo I Hint between
,liulju Uro... iiihI Col. Winlui for the
tiffli'C of piilu-u in ii'i'linti!. Tho .'rt-nlcr
portion of tin- whitn piipulatloii n! the city
liiku but little atooli in the election ; but
nmoiig the colored volerj thore is eonsld-
erablo feeling, and aomo heavy olectlonecr
ing li being done.
To-day atrjj o'clock nt 105 Commercial
av., Aovornl billiard tnblet. two robl
watch"', and varloin other nrtlcles will bo
offered to tho highest biddler.
Dan. Harttnan it tolling oil' the stock of
dry goodi notions, etc., belonging to the
Scott "VV'liUo citablishmcr.t, as fast ns
possible. The stock is pretty will cleared
To.morrow night thoThallu will givo nn-
othor of their cxcollcnt performances. This
time will bo played the laughahlo farces
of tho "Educated Groom'' and "Sotnuthing
for Everybody." Mr. Lod Schttltz will also
during tho evening ulng two beautiful
songs, which will bo sure to ploaso thoso
who nttend. These, togclhor with
tableaux, etc., will comprise tho evening's
eiitertnlnniont. This will bo ono tho best
performances tho society havo ovor given.
Jesso Ware, Esq., of Jonesluro, was in
tho city yestordny.
Mr. A. O. DeltAttn, of tho Ullin Limo
and Hock company, was in the cityyester-
Jlr. IIarwool, a resident of Kloomlng-
ton, is in tho city, stopping at the Delinon.
llav. Fred. I.. Tliormon is sjicnding n
few days with his Sriunds in Massac
Mr. Tom. Parker, an old t'tno Cuiro
ite, but of late years a resident 'of Curltti
ville, is in tho city.
MA NT FACT Hit I V.i,
Tlie box and basket factory is in lull
blast, preparing for tho coming fruit tea-
Tho hub factory has not yet commenced
operation. However, rumor says that
work will oon begin In earnest.
Tho Gamble wagon manufactory is
turning out good work, and n great deal of
it. Gamble wagons are to bo teen on
every street of the city, while shipments
are being mode south.
TUB LdLOItKD MKKTt.MI LAT XIOIIT.
Tho tncetiug of colored cltixone held nt
Washington hall liiet night was "ricb, rare
and racy."' Milton Jenkins was called to
the chair, and n colored man who-o name
wo did not learn was unpointed secretary.
Tho Urst speaker wus Jcise or Conway or
Conway or Jesse or Jesso Conway, who
sailed into Ilross with unction. Ho was
followed by Uliulnoy who advocated tho
cMim of IlroHi ii nd nrotcstcJ
that Winston wa not it proper man
for thu otllco of police inittiUlrntc. He
'h intnrrupted frequently by the friend
of Col. "Winston who aceined to under
stand their business and t bo in curne.t
in the support oftht-ir candidate. Then
cnino Scott for Win-ton, and Uird for
llrof-, followed by the jounger nml tho
older .Shores f.ir Win-ton. During the
epeeclies thu partisan oftii'ttwo candi
duteA innnifu-tl thoir approval of tho
sentiments of their favorite speaker iy
loud applause. Of the orators Uird was.
of course, tho ino-t eloquent, Glndncy tho
mot carnet, Scott tho most
politic the younger Shores tho harpeat,
nml the elder Shores the mot cnergntlc.
The majority was manifestly for Win
ston, but Uro had many warm friends
Who fought his battle manfully". Taken
all in nil, tlio mealing was a success, and,
it must bo said to the credit of tlii colored
men, was courteously conducted, and if
not harmonious was pnaccable and com
Tho individual wliosu namo nppoars at
the bond of thht item was at one lime n
steamboat clerk, and was generally f- itisid
ered one) of thu best clurk" tut tho river.
Of late years, however, ho lias taken to
drinking, and having become di-Mpnted
and reckb's, Is uniiblo longer to procure
employment. Last fall be was arrested in
this city for larceny, and lodged in tho
county jail. His trial cmuo oil' at tho re
cent term (lj.' of circuit court, and ho was
sentenced to u short term in the county
Jul!. .SjvomI d.iys since, liW term
having expired, In was released.
A well-known doctor of tho city, believing
tlmt llunfcll wus not entirely bcyoud re
demption, sought l in, and after giving
him a good lecturing, proponed, upon uqii
ililloii that lliniffll should return to his
family, uckuowledgo all to his wife, nml
henceforth lead a belter life and make n
man of himself, to buy him a suit of clothes
Slid furniah him with n tmall amount of
money. Ilanfell was only too well pleased
with tlio arrangement, and proiulied upon
all tlio honor ha hud to deal In gooI faith
witii the doctor, Thu clothes w uro pur
chased ami a sum of money turned over
to him and liu left, as the doctor uppoied,
for home. Hut "for way that are dark
and tricks that aro mean," Unit -loo iluu-
full, can bent the hind
V'tt oil' the heathen Chinee, lntuni
of golnir. h oto his family as It was un
derstood he nhouk', ho started on foot up
tho Illinois Jc,,tr1( rajltoH track, and
mo next we near of ,im 4 ttt jt(,4Ki
stullon. At l'ulaskl hu i.n.,l,i ..'
other doctor, to whom iu .tu.1,4 nmt e
. , or Cairo, hnl kindly loaned htm his
borne and buggy to taku a ride, thut u,
horso had ran uw'a'y from htm, Mt, tmV ,
tho horso had been purchased from u farx
uier near d'tilaskl, believed ho hid ruf
turned to his fornn.. ou pur. Tho doctor
took IIhiiMI In, and did everything bo
,:ould to assist him in lindlng th'i horse.
Hiint'oU't now acnuuintAnco hud hanglnc:
up In hUoftlco a cago e,nlaiolpg a pair of
httntlnnmii red birds, lo whirl) lio took a
IJU LLliTI SATURDAY, FKIJRUARY 21, LS72.
gruat fniijy, a id offered to trade npnlr of
mookinir birds for them, which ho claimed
hu I ud on hoard thrt steamer Great Repub
lic! then lavlr.g at our wliarf. The trade,
suited tlio do.-tor, an. I I) tnfoll lnisting ha
came to Cairo to get his mocking birds.
Arriving nt Cairo, they went on I rmrd tbe
K 'public. Itjnfell rnpuicd tlio doctor to
be sujtol wliile ho went for tho cage nm..
Irtlnlng tho birds. The mediclno
man did us rcque'lud, ami Ilanfell, taking
tl.o cage o intaitilnj llic red bird', passed
tiirough th cabin ot lha boat ami disap
peared by n back stairway, and a ult of
cloth", a small amount of money and n
pair of red birds ahead left, for parts un
known. From that day to this nothing
has been heard from him.
L, Jorgcnscn has on hand n frr sh sup
piy of Damsons, lr. syrup. If
Smoked salmon and Yarmouth bloat
ers, just rccolvcJ at Jorgenson's. tf.
Oyster Soup nt Harry "Walker's overy
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer. If
Now that tho Cairo and Vlnccr.nes
railroad li n fixed fact tho contract
having been let, and work lo bo commen
ced nt once, Jorgcnscn is prepared to sell
all kinds of groceries cheaper than any
other house In tho city. tl
Where aro you going? To tho place
number 6.1, Ohio leveo, where thoy keep j
tho best fresh oysters, fish mid game, uriJ
the finest wines, liquors and cigars to bi
rottnd in tho city. Open at nil hours, dsy
or night. J. E. Park
Mr. Gustav Kllngsohr, a musician of
noted ability, who has for tho past few
years, been engaged as a professor in llnl
timorc, Md., proposes to niako his future
homo in our city and now oilers hi ser
vices to the public. Those who havo not
ul ready ongaged competent tcacliers would
do well to nddrcvs Mr. Kllngsohr, Ilox
1163, Cairo, 111. Also especial attention
given to piano tuning,
NKW OIlOUKltV KroitK.
A,- Lcven lias opened a grocery storo in
tho hoii'O on tho coruor of Fourteenth and
Walnut street, whero he proposes to
keep 11 general assortment of family gro
ceries, provisions, choice butter, eggs, etc.,
and ho promises tn sell hji goods op as
reasonable terms ns can bo obtained nt
any other establishment of tho kind in the
city. Givo him a t-r.ll. feb2I-dlm.
WILKY A III XII Y
have opened tho grocery mid ptovision
tore lately occupied, by Charles Evens
Washington nvenue, between Eighth and
Ninth streets, uud have furnished it with
a.-tock of strictly reliable family groceries.
Vegetables, game and poultry in season,
and goods delivered lo any part of the
We havo no hesitation in recommend,
ing William Ehlors, boot and shoo maker
us worthy of luost liberal patronage. Wt
know whereof wo speak when we eaj nil
work is done in a inuslcrly manner nt the
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but the
best of stock, and ho cannot bo excelled in
the delicate tak of making an exact ti'.
Givo him a call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue mid
Pojilar atroct, nonrly ojiposito. thu court
house, nnd wc will guarantee satisfaction.
it is true that Hlunkenburg's Excel
sior saloon is now ou-j of thu institutions
of thu city. All drinkers who like really
excellent liquors vthl-klos, vines, beer,
etc. go to tho Excelior ssloon, which is
fitted up in splendid stylo. Illunkenburg
who knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
a line freo lunch every morning and eve
ning, anil, ai he forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens tlm lunch with music," Ho
has employed tho sorvicc of a lirst-rato
pianist, who makes tlio grand piano
which stands in onu cud of tho saloon
speak out In musical tons. Everybody
is invited. Tho host order is maintained
and all Improper characters suppressed
with neatttoss, cheapness and dispatch. Kv
orybojy knows that tho .Excelsior saloon
is nt ll'o corner of Washington avenue and
IHOIIKST CASH PRICK PAID KOK HIDKS
F II IIS, KIP..
-Messrs. Ilurnett & Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth street, nro prepared to pay tho hlgh
est cash price for articles in their line, ns
Prinjo Mink ,
" Musk Kat
" Wild Cut
" Denver Skins.
$1.73 to 2.2b
, fiOo to COc
10 to 15
10 to tO
10 to 12
6.00 to 0.00
r.,00 to 7.00
Green Suit, HI to 10c
Green Suit, kip and calf. ., i to lie
Deer .Skins , , 'j:, to 3fle
For other articles, such as rags, Tenth
em, bees wux, wool and tallow, we .vill pay
tho lilghiMt market prices.
R I' it v KI T & Co,,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
HOARD AM) ToIHH'NG.
Mr. T. It. Ellis, corner of Seventh
and Commercial, is prepurod to acconiino.
date all who apply with board, with or
without rooms, nt prices lower than any
other first-elms house in thu city. .Mr, E.
Ita koitns nt, ,.v...1l.,..i ...1.1.. 1 ,
1 " .viiciu diiiio ; ins rooms aro
front rooms high, light and airy, and well
furnished, und wu hnvu no hesitation In
proiiiiMng satisfaction to all who call on
him. Mr. Kill will 1m. supply ,rtei
who deiru with unfuriilnhed rooms llt
rca.ouablo rates. Let II Interested take
notlco. Roincmhor on the corner of
Seventh and Commercial,
I will olfor for sale ut my .alu, roolll)
06 Coininerclal avunuu, 011 Saturdav
February. 21, at 9). o'clock a.m., thu M.
lowing articles, to be sold for charges : t!
tlrn.class billiard tables, complotoj one lot
"f fxfiirc, and a lot of Htoiiiuboat
ash ami ,,M1M . Bi,,, two flno B0d watches.
iNaIo positive nm wtLuut rosorvo.
, , D. Hartmak, Auctioneer.
Yarmouth uCeotash and corn at Jor-
H10 general market has boon livuly
during thu week. Tho supply of Grain
Hay. itc.Js nearly equal to tho don.nnd.
White Corn continues scarce and in re
quest. Tho tales of Freight havo a down
ward tendenuy, which lias n good effect on
the market. Advlcc Irom below nro a
little unfavorable, but thu decline in
Freights ah, ml balance tho slight depres
sion froii, this ciiuu. Tli ore bus
leu brisk t.rder Undo In
Gruin. Tim stock of sacked Com W lini
it"d, lull tliuru is a largo quantity of
Mixed bulk in tho elevator.
Dy tho market reports tn St. Louis pa
pers, we see that tho trado of that city is
still suffering from tho ico gorges in 'tlio
Mississippi river. On Wednesday steam
boat a cants Itotmcd receiving FrolphU.
and business generally was dull and de
pressed. Tho woathor hire is decidedly
pleasant and springlike, und tho rivors aro
entlroly freo from obstructions t henco
Cairo, ns regards her shipping facilities,
presonts a wldo contrast to tho markets
Correspondents must bear In mind tha
our insldo llgurcs represent prices in round
lots from first hands, and outsido figures
prices for sales made in small lots or on
FLOUR. There Is very little In tho
market. (JuotHtlous generally unchanged.
r n llt. 1 1 & '
iou onu various gruues .,,,,,,,,,$: uunu 10
300 " " "011 orders... C i!5a'J 00
100 " Choice wintor, on track.. 8 f.O
100 " Super ii r,o
200 " X. X C,
iou a X X nn ft tin
5000 " Uhl's Triumph on 1 r.
VAJiia. i ticru is lltllo doing in bulk
itiu demnnd is lair for sacked. Isolations
uncunngeu. nitucorn continues scarce
1 cars .Mixed 111 bulk, on track He
3000 sacks Mixed in burltins
and dundces dol C'.'cal4c
12 cars Mixed sacks del Mc
2 " " on orders ito
800 sacks " 11 " f.4ca55n
COO " White GOc
It cars " in sacks del Ct3ca57c
200 sacks " on orders 08a
040 " " del 38c
UA13. Ihu supplj is equal to thu de
tnauu. fricos aro steady. Kak were
tears Southern ID. in bulk on
GOO sacks Southern III,
t cars Mixed on orders, sucked
800 sacks Mixed Northern
9 cars Galena del, sacked
" " Mixed, in sacks del sScasOc
400 sacks on orders
2 ours Choice Whilo in
2 cars Choice illuck in
1 car "surprise" in acks del.
HAY. Rest grades arc in demand and
firm. We nolo sales of.
2 cars Mixed del $20 00
1 " Cliolco Timolhv, del 2100
" Mixed & " 20 00a 22 00
2 " " " 21 60a 22 00
IJU1 rhll. Choice brings from 18 to
20 c. Common dull and neglected. Sales
o jikgs choice 18oa 20c
5 kegs " 20o
EGGS. Aro scarce. Tho supply is not
inn enougu tor 1110 ucmanu. oales were
7o0 doz 20c a 22c
POULTRY.-Is In demand. Thero is
very littlo in the market. Wo note sales
7 coops Chickens $3 00a) 60
2 " Mixed " I 00
MEAL. The market is good und quo-
uiuuiis uru nrui as previously quotcu
100 libls., Steam Dried del $2 DO
300 " ' " 'J fjfj
300 " City ' 3 00
100 " " on ordors 3 00n3 10
POTATOES. There is not much doing
Wu note a sulo of ,
liWbbls. Varieties for secd....T3 OOaC On
GAME. Rcing late in tlio sea
son it is not much Inquired for. Sales
26 do.. Rabbits, Quails and
Squirrels $1 00al 10
PROVISIONS. Unchanged. Sales
ii tierc-s Lard.
1 cask Racon.
1 " dry salt clear ribbed
FRUIT. Wu quote
25 boxes Orange t5 M)a0 00
10 boxes Lemons 5 &0a0 00
1 bbl. Dried Apple" Cc
H. LEVY A CO. PAY TIIK IIIUIIKSiT MAKKKT
Dolow will bo found the corrected list
of prices paid by II. Lovy A; Co., for
Hides, lurs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produco
Lovy A; Co. do n very largo trade in their
line, and ills a well known fact that they
always pay tho highest prices to bo ob
ii 1 .1, , . ...
luiiiuu in tins marKci. i nev nro now
Mink $2 00 a 2 2.1
House Cat 10 a 16
Mu.k Rat 1
otter 5 00 a 7 00
Rear Skin 00 a C 00
llcnver, per pound 60 a 76
HI1JUS, p:i pound
Door Skins '.'71 a 37)
Reef Hides, Dry Salt )8t a 20
" '' Green Salt Jal2j
Tallow, pjr pound Ua'J
t-calhers, " " 6O0O0
Wool, " 0 CO a 70
lleeswax " " 26 a 28
The above price list is subject to correc
Wo havo Just, received, from tho man
ufacturers, a Wilcox and GIbbs sewing
machine. It is beautifully finished and
has tho hnminer, hruidor, etc., This ma
chine, wortli sixty dollars, will bo sold at a
bargain and may he seen at Room 10,
Winter's block. if
M.vRitiAdK GuiuK-Inturesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Prico
60 cents. Address Dr. Dutt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Stroot, St. Louis, Mo.
Kuo Advertli,uuient, tf.
For Salk A cottage on "l2tli stroot
containing 7 rooms,- cistom and out
housos complete. Apply to
W. W. Thornton,
Pkck, Frkan, ii Co'sTo'ndon blscul t
always on hand, cornor Twontloth and
Washington avenue, tf
Nkv Kronen prunes, currants and
raisins Mwny on hand at Jorgenson's
grocery storo, tj
For now citron, orange and lemon
pool, go to Jorgenson's cornor of Twen
tieth treet ami Washington avenue. U
AlllllVKII AMI IlKPAHTKH.
Hlenmer. Where from. Where In.
G. W. Thomas. Ml Vcrtion..Mt. Vernon.
II. M. Shreve.Vioksbuig.
ldlewlld Evaiisvlllc... Evaii'ville.
Louis vlllo,. ..Evativllli' ,N. OrlcaiH.
Octiivla .Memphis .MM Cilv.
John Kylu N. Orleans. ..St, Loiil.
Lady Lee Red river... ,St, Louis.
Wm. Cowon South.
Illinois Coluniliiii Cnlumbiis.
Jim Flsk Jr...Padudah Paduoah. '
Argonaut N. Orloan8....Loiilsvllb'.
CONDITION OK TIIK RIVKIt".
Tlio rapid riso in tlio river at this place
continues, and during tlioj past 21 hours
has risen about 16 inchc.
Tho news from tho isslsslppl river
yesterday said that tho iiaunel was open
ed, and navigation w uld bo commenced.
Capt. Ray of thu Go , Anderson received
a dispatch from Ce'.it. Conrod ordering
him to have tho Gen. Anderson and
Argnonant reui'y to loitvo for St.
Louis to-day, tho'roforc, It Is believed that
tho report is tl uo. Tho only troublo
that tho boats expect to encounter Is low
water, for tho river has boon c1ued so long
that tho depth (Of the chunnol is not known,
and has also chaiiguu Ji courss. Tho rise
in tlio uppor Ohio conllnu?s,TiSVjl that
river is now in splendid order.
Ill'rilNKSS AND WKATIIKIt.
As usual the levoo prcsunted n busy up.
pcaratico during yesterday. Thore is an
abundance of southern bound freight com
ing iu by the I. C. R. 1! , and also plenty
of freiglit coining In for Evansvillo
Tho wind yesterday camo bluslcrliig
from tha south, and had moro r fleet to
ward loosening tlio ico gorges than ov
eral days of sunshine would have, Tho
nun blionu brightly all nay, nu J thu dust
and hats were blown helter-skelter,
dipt. Dugan iitCiuciniiati is working at
tho wreck of tho Nashvllio and of course
hu is doing 11 great dual of good. Murl
Stone, mate of tho Quick'tcp, is at his
homo undergoing a spell of sicknos.
Tlio Tyrono from Nashvillo arrived with
a fair trip, and minus tho T. lht tted to
swing between her chimney. She returns
to Nashvillo this uvening. Fred. Jones,
onoolllio Idlowild e'erks did notcoino
down lust trip 011 account of being sick.
Capt. Dill Postal, of .Memphis was In
tho city yesterday, on his way lo St.
Loui. Ye-terday over 2200 bbls. potatoes
woro shipped on the St. Joph for tho
Tho II. M. Slirevo Is loading for Vicks
burg, and will leave to-day. Capt. Cartor
was afraid lo venture to St. Loui, on ac
count of the ice. .
The Cowon departed southward with a
tow of coal.
Thu Tollo and Kinney, loading for Now
Orleans, aro receiving all thu freight they
U10 (.in. Anderson, Argonaut No. 2,
and Lookout will lonve for St. LouU to
day. Cupt. Davy Hlncr will put tho Look
out in the towing business between Grand
Tower und St. Louis, and expects to mnke
plenty of monoy.
Clly Xi.tloiiHl Mniik nuililliiir.
SVpecial attention paid to order Irom Mcnm
oat nluht or dav.tia
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor
genson's, corner of Twontklh street und
Washington nvcniio. tf
imported .Malaga grapes ut Jorgon
son's, corner of Twentieth street nnd
Washington avenue. tf
Wrioiit's nu puis intra minced most
prepared expressly for family use, at Jor
gonsen's. Go to Dr. McGuuloy for Rattingor's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to euro tho chilli.
.loittiKNSON bus tho finest supply of
Spanish olives in tho city. Try them
Paul G. Schuh sells Rnttinger's medi
Oyster Soup ut Harry Walker' every
morning. Alo fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Oyster Soup at Harry Walker's overy
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Sandwitched meats of all kinds ul
ways on hand nt S. Jorgenson's. tf.
Joroknson has tlio best East Iiul'm
preserves for snlo cheap. tt
TIIK CRYSTAL (i K M
nt. t. v. urn it 1:1,1,,
Xo. Ill WiiHliliiKtuii venue, HI I.ouli,
WOI'I.D respectfully announce tn the rllltnii
nf Cairo that he will he in n,U
week only, for the purpnio of Helllnjj the
CIIV8TA1. (IKM HPIXTACMIH,
ami csncclnlly titling all condition,, u, ,,..H
iliflloult cases. Jin will receire vullx on r4tur
day, February "I, lit Mrs. T. II. Ki 1 in', corner
seventh Hlreet nnilCouimore.ini avenue, for the
irenuueiuni ine eye, especially In clirniuocaiex.
Anv and all renmrinv treatmi.nl or mlvieA m,v
leal norilcrn nt the renldi ncoof .Mrs. Kiln, or at
the Poitottieo iliinn'? the week.
Anricn nee. lw-2-21
P. M. STOUKFLKTII,
iiTiTuaa poiur a irocirittii
Itectllyer nntl IVIiolsnsnle llrulcr In
wines ;and liquors.
No. C2 OhioJ.evee,
n..CP'on hand couatauily a full alock o
ifu J henUifU lSonrbon. Jlye and Nononga.
Iiela Whiak en- French Hr.n.lUn. llollai.il at
II III no aui Callforula Wluet janUOH
KS.AI, KMTASt: ASIKN'l'.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL VISTATIO AGENT
71 (hkcond floor) OHIO i.r.VKf,"HI
UUV ANII SKIil. llKAI, KrtTATK,
K U UN ISH'A DSTR ACTSOK T1TLK
i I prerar Cnnveyanceaaof Kinds.
W. 11. MORRIS, II. It. CANUIkt
Nntary Public, No, pub, and V. 8. Cctn.
FIRE, UULL, CARGO, LIVE STO&S
A".t. ,M,.'fll ;
VOIITII AMy.ltlC'A, PA,
Atet ......V,7SyJ uo
Ata .I.MI.210 It
Assela. 1,711,111 jv
INTERNATIONAL, N. TM
A.rt., ...l,3is.,.lvi 17
Asele,... 70,CI7 (f-.
Asaela .'.ti.fji ti
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
A--el .M'.ii.J OJ
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIVE,
Aaseta .rm,ou0,UO uo
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LI tt AND
Astets - l,.'i,m ta.
RAILWAY PASSENOKRS ASSURANCB
CO., II ART KOK D,
A". st i;m,6lj
SAKFOHI), MOKIUS Jk CAN DEE,
71 Ohio I .ever,
CI I) National Hank, CAIItO, U.I..
Yl RE A ND M A RI NE
iisrs U n& j. ir c m
N I AO AHA, N. Y.,
A-11 ..l,S.V,,iU 2
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Aeti ...1,003,721 7S
IIANOYER, N. Y.
At'Mf 720,802 UM
RKPUIUJC, N. Y.,
Assetri . 711,(121 VI
Comprising the Underwriter)' Agency,
TONKERS, N, T.,
Aaaet 87S.IM 13
FIREMEN'S FUND, S. P.,
Aatetx i;7s,M.J 0.
SKCURITY, N. Y. MA LINK.
Aet 1,13J,S1V no
STORtS, DirellinBs, Furniture, llulla and Cir
(toes, insured nt rate us favorablo as sound,
permanent security v 111 warrant.
I reapeetlully ak 01 the cltiieoB of Cairo, a
snare oi their palronace.
. Ji. IICUIIEM.
EUTOH JH JE&
aan nr.Aita Pi
Eioiini Stkket, Rktwken Washington
AND C'OMMKItCIAL AVENUES,
AilioinliiaT lllllciilioiiae A- Ilnmiy'ii.
Keep the licit of Ileer, Pork, Mutton, Val,
l.ainli, Haiisasi-, etc., nnd are prepared to aerie
alliens lo thu most acceptable n auner.
ST. CIIAHLES HOTEL,
D. KKXFORD Proprietor
roaura omo i.i:vr.n a mi sicomi sr.,
ihe Onhj Fint-CUm Huutc In the Oily
sa' HogKnKeaouveyeil lo ml from Ihe Depn
freo nf ei arita. deei(
CAIKO CITV HOOK HINDEI.V
JOHN II. UUCRI.Y CO.,
Hullotin littildiug, corner of 12tb
street und Washington avenue,
All kinds of Ulndlnitnnd Ruling done at the
1 ...I,,,.. Ila.lnn .HNMi I Ifl Cbvl
in nupermiena .nia inanuuiuiiii " mii con.
lidenfly promise our patrom work iua iq u,k.
f lLll,Ml.n.l,,V t Ibtf .teat.
Very lowrs. .'ii- e-., .ni,
eei af Mr. Iluela, who has had many y9ars
ex nerlenco In one of beat Binderies of Ht, I.oula.
, ... . . , II. kMAn. . "