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TilM rwilici DAILY IJULLLILN, FltlOAV, MARCH 1, 1872
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"JIM K TJJSLI OV TH K I LLI MOU CENTRAL R.
Ob tail after Bundey, May Ulh, U71, the toH
4 ume-uble will govern the arrival as d fFr,
reef patHBgartraloaetOairni .
F.ipre. llT. ..... -
.IrrtM-Mell.dslly....... : :"
. ..... 1.00 p.m.
Sir. ruiv--M;' H
Ho ohtnge of w fmmOeiru 10 Ht. I.ult. Nn
obanfe '. ""r wiro in i;oirgn. ici"
i... n.fi itcmine- cam on nietil frame.
M' chK'l tn nil important polnit.
CAIRO AND ytOVSP CITY
II r jioi hp ctt r
W :r - ...tn
At 4 30 I'"'
WIlYum ,whnnalle.l, tl nv Rooil inleiln-ilile
4mlorptienKeror frefKht. norilif.
l - , 111 llrbAf. frtt 1 14 -
SVAKSVILLK AKD CAIRO,
OL'3 rOWI-EB " " Mttler
Will letre C.lm far Evnvlll ever- Hiindny Dd
Tburtdtr etenlngi, t 5 o'cUut, p.m. Koi
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
MAIL BO AT.
Tne fplrndid ttrarnrr
Joe I'onlpr, Jlnntcr.
in Cilro Ivtl.V, (InUyi eiespled) nil
m. V-it lrUht or H"iH adi'J on board 01
JAH. IllUUN, Air't.
Cnmbrrtnnil Ulver I'nekeU
NASHVILLE, OLA1UCSVILI.E AND
Tlio rplendiJ ktcAmor
TOM IUUMAN...Mulcr AI.l'.X. liAKb Clerl
WjllltTf C -ltootprj SaluMiiy it J o'clock p.m
forCltiliiville, tnd .Nflitille. Kor freight 01
pMtt;e, ep-ly ooootrd or to
jtnStf JAS 1II0Q8, Ag't.
SAanVILLE, CliAIMCSVILLK AND
The Kft'.lant tteimer
OVfhX DUl3.Miter JAH.V. JOn.NHON-flerk
Will leire Cairo tcry Thiirnday at 6 i.Vloek p.m.
ur tH"uTiiiel.iiRTiiieHiiii uiiMBy poiuit. ru
rtelnht or pnatage tpply on boaril ur to
Jtt3if. JAS. HMUS, Ag't.
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILTiR AND
The nood steamer
WII.ET 8IMM3...Mater JNO. HAnPEU....atV
Will leare Cairn every MoDdny at & o'clock, p.m
for hmtivllle, and all y po'ti For freight 01
paittift. appir on uoaru mr to
I an .
I II JA9, IIHiU.I. Ailt.
IM.MIUKANT Tf l.'KKTfl
FOR SALE, For Halo ( FOR SALE,
FOR SALE. ) Korrtllie FOR SALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fro from Lonucnpurkv
"Fnro from Olahoow,
Faro from Qukk.nhiwn
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $1820
Salford, Morni Jk Ca
ISM AS LINE
Liverpool c.rork nnd l'lilladf Iplila
a COXT1ACT WITH I'MTEO ITATfl A Nil BtlTtlK
For Cirryinx tue M"ll.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
ua ri trui n mroKiiiTioi
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
1 nrondwuy, New-York, or to
II. II n ii p I ,
Wathlneton Aeni-e, (liiro. nnn. ji
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. I).
"pF.SIDKNDE So. II Thirteeaiti ttrrtt. t.
JLV twee i Wohiugion avenue an I Walnut atrett
Oitt.i l.'iOaniincrclKl Mvenu. no ttnlm.
0. V. DUNNING, M. D.
TJ4II'IS.Cr:-3)rnKr.Ninth and Walnut Mi,
i.v'u-n-i'11-r nim mrei'i n:j i nio levee,
Offloe lioiirn from C n.tn. to Ii in , and p.m
nnVAKDNE ft, M. l7
RESIDESCF.-Corner Nlnetienlh tlreet nnl
vvmhinijton avenue, ne i-court limne Of.
tcu ovi-r Uii poitotflsH o.Ii'e liour lu lo li
a m, tad 2 tu I p.m. JiuUtf.
U.S. JIKICIfAM, M. a,
OfflCE, 133 COMMmtPfAL AVKl'NUE,
OffleehoaM.su, I0a,in.. and Mo3p.ni.
dence.yo.lt Smth .treet, cro. lilt. fl,;im
ALLEN, MULKEY & WHKBLKll
COUNSEL'iRS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, "I
John H.alulUey, V CAIRO, tl.I.lNOIH.
snrPartieulsr attention paid lo river ended
JFFICE-Over FimtNailoaal Hank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN k GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
ITJpecia, aUenlien given lo Admiralty sod
C OHIO LEVEE, ROOM! 7 AMD 8 0TI1
CITY NATIONAL DANK.
V H S2, ' SI
" , " S2 to'
. w.tt. apply to MMEJ9aoN,
onto the City of w", via, ,oU B "n
I block Lm, s block tu
IjIk(M TION OF COPARTNER
SHIP. OTCE Is hereby given thl tlx- pirfnrtli'i
f fieretolrre eiltttng Iielwe'ii n in the li
hu'lnea can-edon In Ihf tnlrl limit, Calm. If
ihit il rilt.nlrrd Iit mnlii.il in c I. ami
hereafte r tie curried on .y Mary f ll'iev. ?'
eumee ill the debt, due, nnd Kill ill-'1 " " "
owing to Mli! parlnetthip.
ditch ui. ii. tn.ii, "S,M, mil:,
2-28 8t MAlir taKK.M-.Y.
ST. CllMll'M HOTEL,
1. KK.YFURD Proprietor
roJ ' io trvir. asp oMT
1nt Only Firtt-Cltm Hovk in ! City
mi fr. ru ill" !' ,n
i- f I
fr e .ifri erne.
IJHOI'KKIIM AND I)HV UOIlIt.
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAM, XI C,
Ka Jntt recelred a henry etocX of Doots and
bhoen, Hotlery and Aotlonv,
KOR SALE FOR OAS II VERY CHEAP
lie alio ms a fine atock of Family Oroceuejot
CORNER SIXTH-ITa ND COMMEB
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb,
DOOKS, SASJ1, BLINDS, ' ,
PurnUlieJ on sliortett notice.
Jonuncrcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sts.,
I'nbllNheil every morning, Sfondtty .
I'miiI G. Schuli lulls Rntlinger'g modi
Go to Dr. MuGuuluy for RnlUngcr'a Fi
vr Drops. Wurriinlcil to cure tlio chilli.
Oytitur .Soup ut Harry Wiilkor'a oviiry
monilii,'. Alio froth St. Louis burr, tf
Oyetcr Soup ut Hirry "Wulkor'a ornr
morn Iiijj. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Peck, Frkan, A; Co'a London bliuui t
ilwavi on.liniiil, corner Ttvontloth nnd
IVttshlngtou avenue. if
For Sale. A cottage on 12th street
lontalnlng 7 rooms, cistern and out
"souses complete. Applyto
' V. W. THORNTOIf.
Mauri AO i: Gfinn. Interesting
Humorous engraving, 22 1 pages.
50 cents. Adlrcu I).1. Butt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Seo Advertisement. tf.
The ro was u man in our town
And ho was wondcrous wise
lie had a p.iin from ear to car,
Another lietwecn his eyes j
And when lmsa.v ho hud Cutarrh,
With all liis might und main
He purchased Sign's Remedy
And hud his health again.
It is fold by druggists everywhere.
KIM HH AM) LODGING.
Mr. T. 11, Kills, corner or. Seventh
and Commercial, Is prop.irud to accomiiio-
date all why iipply with board, with or
without ronm, ut prices lower than an v
other Urst-clus homo in tho city. Mr, El
lis keeps nn c col l.n t table: his roonn aro
front rooms high, light and niry, nnd well
furnished, und wo hnvo no husitntion in
iirornlKlni- nikr.ii il..i. i. .,11 ..u .
. . bv w 1 1 , ttu Willi till
jhim. Mr. Ellis will also supply partlc
Who d cttri with itriftirnfuhiMl. rooms n
""iii.abh, rate". Lut all Interested tako
o , xti-v-i n vitv t,t'IIr(
-'ulcnill VII A I ....
Magnolia llalmanM,,,',;; ""f nn 8
famous ImantlHer transmute! hfct
poeky looklnir eomi,l.i i...L ',uwi
which the lilly and tin rof vie fur adm.
uon, aim impri to a dry, harsh skin,
tho softness of(poifect livlimi. Tan and
freckles, which country air and sunlight
are pretty suro tq produce, i rpito of pr
aso's and sundowns, aro completely ob.
Iltcratod by It ; whilo It has a perfectly
mtgloiil effect In banishing undue redness,
blotches nnd pimples from tho skin.
When tho lady who has used It to rnmn.u-
Hicr compleilonul defects looks into a mlr-
ror, sue is qqually astounded and gratified
ut the mprovemenu in her appearance.
Every blemish has disappeared hcr'neci'
larmsnnd bosom, now rival in 'wh.lto.oeis
tho sniiwy collar which encircles hVr
throat, ller cheek mantles with a peach
like bloom, and ilio Is ready to Invoko a
blessing on tho Inventor of tho" articlu
which has wrought such a delightful trans
The Ohio river continue? to rite it this
Jewell Wilcox left Cairo f..r St. Louie
Sour krout by tlio barrel for sale At
Til K STREETS
are ns iiunldy, ellppcry nnd sloppy as tlioy
hare been at any tltno during tlio pret
A very bad stylo of ariihmotlc Is said
tooxl't In a ctrlntn locality, in Cairo a
ill vision in a fuinllv.
Board in a prlvnlo fuiuily, fur Indy nnd
child, or a (YirnMicd ro6in within ten
minutes walk of the river. Apply nt
UULLETI.N office. 28tJ.
Let every merchant in Cairo turn out
to tlio salo of tobacco at tlio "Ballard
vrarchouto" this morning at half past ten
In making mention of the death of Mr.
Darmody in yesterday's issue, wo said that
Thomas Darmody hud died, when we
should have snld Owon Darmody.
There will bo a mealing of tlio city
council to-night, Tor tho purposo of can
vassing tho voto of tlio recent election at
which Jack Wintor wasn't elected mayor-
Tho March term of tho Alexander
county county court will convene on Mon
day rcxt. Thcra is considerable business
toruo of it very important, lo transact ut
Tho house and two lots situated on tho
corner of Eighteenth and Walnut street?,
is oirvred for salo on very rcasonablo
terms. For particular apply on the prom
PARKER A BLAKE,
havo secured the services of an experi
enced pnpor hau or nnd decorator, and
are now prepared to do all kinds of work
in their lino with neatness nnd dispatch.
I will furnish church cushions, made of
green terry cloth stulfed with moss, ut tho
low price $9 00 each. Lcuva orders nt my
shop on Sixth street, between Commercial
ut.rt Washington avenues. W. G. Cary,
In u:k thor placo in to-duys paper will
be touad a communication in unsw.r to tlio
card published yesterday by Mr. Carl L
Thomas. Tho communication is written
by a prominent and Influential Garman
citizens; und it contains n &ny very sensi
Thoro will bo no c I uiigo in the select
council llurd, from tlio citv atlarcc. be
Ing ro-olccted, and behuh, from tlio flrs
ward tin u noodwurd from tlio second
wurd being re-olccted without opposition,
Messrs. Taylor, Halliday and Wood
There was not a slnglo caso In tho
polico court yesterday. This stato of
things may suit tho people, nnd it certain
ly speaks will for tho city, but It is not
encouraging to tho polico oillcers. Thev
liko every other olas of men, lika to havo
lots of business.
WILEY A BIXIIY
navooponod the grocery and provision
storo lately occupied by Charles Evsns
Washington avenue, between Eighth and
Ninth streets, and havo furnished it with
a stock of strictly rcliublo family groceries.
.Vogctablos, game nnd poultry in season,
nnd goods delivered to any part of the
city. ,u, v
NEW GROCERY STORE.
A. Lovcn has opened a croccrv storo in
tlio homo on tho cornor of Fourteenth and
Wulnut streot", whero ho proposes to
keep n goncral assortment of family gro
ceries, provisions, choico butter, eggs, etc.,
n.lil l.n n..,....! ... - II I t
"u iuiniBue 10 pen ins goods on as
rcasonablo terms as can bo obtained at
any othor establishment of tho kind in tho
city. Glvo him n cell. feb21-dltu7"
Judgo Brossyestcrday received a letter
from bis alitor who lives' in the city of
llitche, Franco. This lady was at one
timo a resident of Osccol.i. M Utitdctnnf
whero her husband died. After tho death
of her hiubur.d sho returned to Germany,
onu iinally settled in Bitcho, Franco.
During thu Franco-Pnusiar. war tho city
was bombarded, nnd tho houso sho livod
in burned. Tho Prussian government,
hotvevor, paid her 20,000 francs as com
pensation for ber loss.
C. 'A v. R. n. ' j
General Wln.low, ono of tho contrac
tors for tho construction of tho Cairo &
Vlucennos rullroMil, Is in tho city. The
gencrul-roports that a number of locomo
tives and carf, and tho Iron for the road
havo been purchased. He assured gontle
mon of tho city that active operations on
the rood would bo commenced as soon as
tljo weathor will permit. ,lt Is imposslblo
t6 niako any considerublo hoadwuy while
tho ground is in its prosont condition.
Tho last' issufl of tho Ml. Carmcl
Iftmoernt, says: " Wo lourn that work
" been commnncod in several places
R,"."j tho lino of tho Cairo and Vinoonnes
road, a,v m R f(jw dHyj( a n fofca ym
i,iuf .".wtho road In tho Immo
diate vicinity of nt. Cnrmel"
The Inwimlng board ofoidwnwn will bo
composed , ot the following gonZnln
hxrtt H'art.-Messrs. A. 11 sLV ,
Jas, S.IRoardon and I, W.Mer J'
Second Trrf.--Messrs. W. Buder, Jtt,
S. Swayno, IL U; Cunningham and John
Q. Standi. u
Third Ward, Messrs. W. Stratton and
John Ii. Phlllls.
l'ourth irri?. 3fossri. John H.Robin
on, Geo. II, Hesm and J. II. Metealf.
Tho new members, are, .bafford, Stanclb
n...in antt, Bobinson. WnliUr, of the
TlrVt wa.-(i,' nnd lludcr.'of tli second ward,
are members of tho present board, and
were Mlocted , to serve for anollicr term.
The members who go out, aro Kiel), of
tl.H lint ward ; Wlntsr, of the second
wurd j Fitzgerald, of tho third ward, and
C'nrroll, of tho fourth WMrd.
A BLAST AT THoUAH.
Eli. BULLETIN! I iiotice In your Is
sue of tho 20ili of February, tha card of
Mr. Curl L. Tliomns, and ulso tho com
nients thoron In your paper nnd thu'Snr.'
In my opinion Mr. Thomos lias, by
nulling into print in this mannor, made n
bugbear out oi a mcro shadow, and has
brought the chargo of knownothlngism on
tho German clement of Cairo by his Indir
ection. That chargo I nm satisfied lias
no foundation In fact, although Mr.
Thomas' culd will naturally suggest
that vbjw of tliocaio to a casual render.
Those persons who have challenged Mr.
TIioiilis' light to voto for whom ho pleases
tiro not, in my opinion, cntltlod to a voto.
If they havo been fivo years in tho coun
try thoy should stay flvo moro before they
vote, or until thoy uro thoroughly Ameri
canized if that expression bo pormisiablo.
I do not bcliove, and I think I express
tho opinion of tho thinking class of Ger
mans, in voting for any man on account
of his previous nationality. "Wo arc, or
should be, all Americans glvo every man
the right to think for hi ml elf, and vote
accordingly. Mr. Thomas hns not helped
his cnusoauy., If ho had treated thoso par
ties who accused him of voting for Win
ston in placo ol Bros becauso ha nnd
Bross aro Gormuns, with tho silence nnd
and contempt thoy deserve, ho would havo
received tlio good opinion of all truo
American citizens. A German Voter.
FIVE CENTS DAMAGES.
A queer caso was tried beforo Judgo
Brossyestcrday nftomoon. Joseph Lctnmls
brought suit Hgainst Win. Wellumn to ro-
covor damages for tho lo of a wood saw
Lommis claimed ho had left with Well-
man lo bo sharpened. AVcllman called
for a jury, which was soon obtained, 'and
tho caso procpoded with. Lcmm'H letl-
ficd that ho had left hi" saw with AVcll
man to be shnrponed, nnd that hv somo
means it had been lot, and that Wellmnn
refused to pay for it. Wellmnn sworo that
Loiunm brought the saw to him to be
eha I but that ho refined
to uo tlio wort; at tlio price
Lcmmis wanted to pay,
he, Lcmmis, hud tnken tho aw awny with
him. Soveral other witnesses were sworr
but thoy seemed to know but little about
tho matter. The case was then given to
tho Jury, which, after an absence of n few
minutes returned n verdict to tho effect
that the costs in tho case should be equal
ly divided between tho plaintitT nnd defen
dent, nnd that Wellman should pay Lcm
mis seventy.flvo cents as compensation for
tlio loss of tho saw. Tho Judgo ruled that
thu Jury must nsscss all tho costs against
ono or tho other of tho partios, and sent
them out to settlo this point. Tho jury agai
retired, and after boing out for a few min
uetes, sent word to tho court that thoy were
uiiublo lo agrco. They worn inform oil li
the court that thoy must ugtce, or stay
whero thoy wcro all night. Tlo idea of
ntnytng (fiuro nil night did not go down
well, and they "agreed to agree." A ver
dict that tho defendant should pay plain
till tho sum of llvo cents, and that tho de
fendant should pay tho costs wns then ren
dered, whereupon tho Jury was discharged.
Smoked salmon nnd Yarmouth bloat-
on, just received at Jo'genson's. tf
Oyster soup at Hairy "Walker's ovcry
morning. Also froah St. Loul" beer, tf
Now that tho Cairo nnd Vinccnncs
railroa.l is n llxed fact the contract hav
lug been let, and work to bo commenced
at once, Jorgenson is prepared to ell all
kinds of groceries cheaper than any other
house in Iho city. tf
Whero nro you going? To tho place
number 03, Ohio levee, whero they keep
tho best fresh oygters,, Ush and game, and
tho finest wines, liquors und clgurs to be
found in thu city. Opon nt nil hours, day
or night. J. E.Park.
Mr. Gustuv Klingsohr, a musician of
noted ability, who has for tlio past few
yars been engaged a? a professor in Haiti
more, Mil., proposes to mako his future
homo in our city and now offers Ids ser.
vices to the public. Those who havo not
already engaged competent teachers
would do woll to nddrcss Mr. Klingsohr,
box HUH, Cairo, III. Also special atten
tion given to piano tuning.
Mr. W- IL Ryan lias lately opened n
framo and picture establishment on 8th
street, near cor. Washington avenuo. His
Mock comprises frames of all 6tyles and
sizes, nnd ninny very handsomo pho-
tograph?, engravings, chromos, ulbums
etc. Helms nil sorts of mouldings and
iiiukcs tho framing of pictures to order, n
specialty. Mr. R. Invites nil to call and
examine UU stock. Jan2fMm-d.
Wo havo no hcsltaton In recommend
ing WIllitttri'Khler boot and shoe. maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. Wo
know whereforo wo speak when wo sav
his work is'boiio' in a masterly manner n't
the lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but
tlm best of stock, and ho cuunot be excell
ed in tho dullcato task of making an ox
act fit, Givo him a call at his shop on
Twentioth street, between Wushington
avenuo and Poplar street, nearly opposite
tho court -house, and wo will guarantee
Pat Fitzgorald, of tho enmplo rooms,
has'received tlio oppolntmont of ugent for
tho salo of tho Ham'mondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wino Company's wines in this city
If the botllo witl! ,V,ich wo havo boen
favored is a sample of tho ouulltv of
theso wino?, then wo aro prepared to say
that thoy aro among tho best we huyo over
tasted. - lfa'has 'Mist re'eoivod a Uriro con
signment, which ho is prepared to sell at
he lowest figures. Ho has also on hand a
'rgj nnd complete stock of tho various
brands or Irisb, Scotch nnd American
whiskies, e.a tnei of ov variety.
It Is true, that BUnk enburg's Excel
sor saloon I, noTf 0Bg Af tho ,n.lUullon,
' of ,h" tinier.' who like reallv
excellent liquors whlsklm, wires leo-J
etc., go to tlm KvcelsW saloon, which is
fJtted up in splendid stylo. Blankenburg,
who knows how to keep a saloon, soreads a
no ireo .linen ovory morning nnd evening
rid, as ho forcibly expresses It, "sweetens
o lunch with music." Ho has cm.
.ycd tho services of h flrst-rato nlnnln"
who makes the grand pluno which stands
n ono end or thu saloon speak out In inn
icnl tonus. Evcrbodv Is invltml. Thn
best order Is maintained and alt improper
characters suppressed with nenini
heapness and dispatch. Evervbodv
nows tho Excelsior saloon nt tho
corner of Waililnirlon nvi.niM
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
Btesmer.. Where from. Where te
Grand Tower...St. Louls...-Mi. mnhlt.
St. Joscpl Memphis St. Louis.
ueue oi. i,ouis. V lcksburg...St. Louis.
Mohawk St. Louis.
Ark. Hullo Evunsvllle. ..Evunsvlllo.
Belle Memphis. Memphis. ...St. Louis.
Atlantic St. Louis.
New Bonuccord.St. Louis... Mound City.
Dick EiiltonO.Pittsburg New Orleans.
St. Luko Memphis St Louis.
Marv Miller. ..'f.w Orlnunt T...iil. llln
Marble City.. St. Louis Memphis.
James Fiskjr.'aducah Paducnh.
Hlinoi Columbus.... fJoltimlma.
Wm Cownn St. Louis.
Mies ny llollo.Now Orlenns.ClncInnnll.
Honry Amcs...St. Loul Now Orleans.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
During the past twenty-four hours tho
river nt this point has fell about two
The Ohio is fulling all the way up; still
the channel remains in n good condition.
At Pittsburgh tho rivor Is swolling a
Utile. Tho Mississippi is rising again, and
pilots report 9 feet water in tho channel.
Tho fall in the Arkansas river continues
Rod river is rising slowly. Plenty of wn-
tcr from here down.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
There wns quite n number of arrivals
yesterday, but not a great deal of business
Yoterday wns a damp, chill v, rnuddv,
gloomy, sloppy, tniscrale day.
The Eckcrt after sho had everything In
working order, raisod the John Kyle in
about 3 hcurs. Sho has returned to her
old stamping ground, nnd CnpL Pagan
nnd crew nro waiting for another case.
The Atlantic and Mohawk returned to
St. Louis with tows ot barges. Tho barges
brought out by tho Atlantic will bo towed
down by tho J. N. Kollog now on her way
out with u tow.
The Dick Fulton passod down wilh
largo tow of coal for New Orleans market
Tho Mar bio City was aground 8 hours
on lior way out. Shocamo out with a fai
trip for Memphis.
Tho "William Cowcn returned to St
Louis wilh 3 barges of Pittsburg coal.
The Honry Ames camo out with her
guards on thu water, and n bargo in tow
Tho Nashville City met tho John Kyi
going on her way nil right.
City NnllonnI nnnk Untlillug.
sSpccUl attention pnld to orders from steam
nats nlnlit or lnv.Tu
n. LEVY A CO. PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of prices paid by H. Lovy A: Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce.
Lovy & Co. do a very largo trade in their
lino, and it is a well known fact Hint they
ulwuya pay tho highest prices to bo ob
tained in this market. 7 hoy nro now
Mink S2 00 n 2 25
Wild Cat CO
Hon. o Cat lo a li
Murk Rat 15
Otter 6 00 a 7 OU
Bear Skins 2 00a0 00
Beaver, por pound CO a 76
HIDES, PER POUND!
Deer Skins 27ia37
Beef Hides, Dry Suit lbj a 20
" ' Green Suit Onl'JJ
I allow, psr pound
Feathers. " "
CO a 70
The obovo prico list Is subject to correc
HUHNETT & CO,
HIOHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR HIDE
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Tliornton's block,
Tenth street, nro prepared to pay tho high-
Pit cash prico for articles In their line, as
follow I, ;
Prime Mink .....S1.75 to 2.25
naccoon rjoc t0 cOt
' Musk Rat lo to 15
' Wild Cat 40 to 50
' Opossum io to 12
' Otter COO to COO
Beaver Skins 0.00 to 7.00
Grenn Salt,... ij to 10c
Oreen Salt, kip and calf, 12 to 14c
Auur oKins or, tn nr,r
For other nrtlclos. such as racs. foath-
or, bocs wax, wool and tallow, wo will day
mo nigiiesi marKot prices.
Burnett & Co..
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, 111.
Connubial Felicity. Nothiiiir tends
moro to connubial happiness than cheerful
and healthy infants and chlldron. Mrs.
Whitcomb's syrup is tho great soothing
imported Malaga grapes at Jorgon
son's, corner or Twentluth stroot nnd
Washington avenuo. ' tf
A victim of early inditcretion, cnunngnervout
uWllly, J.remaiure decay, elc., havlUR tried In
vain every adverllied remedy, baa Uisvovend
simple mean, of self-cure, rhlch he will tend
nee to tile fellow.iiurlerers. J. It. Reeve i, No. 7H
hiamtrel, New toi. aug24wly
r. n. jauHnir,
H. II. CANDXK
No. Pub. and U. 8. Cots.
FIRE, UULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
AsseU t-,JI9,MI 07
NORTH AMERICA. l'A
Assets 2,MI,!10 7'
Assets.. I.7S1.US Si
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Assets.. 1,3A3,3?S 17
Asieta.. 7CWJ.S17 01
Ancts.... 615,673 8k
Assets 6I5.27S 44
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 600,000 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Asset 30,000,000 OC.
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LITE AMD
Assets - l.WO.OOOOt
RAILWAY TAKSENOERS llBSURANCI
Atteta. - SOO.M
Assets - C30.SC1
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE.
71 Ohio Ive.
City National Bank, CAIRO. ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, N. T.,
Asset - I1.43C.21C
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
HANOVER, N. Y.
Assets ....750,SCJ 00
REPUBLIC, N. Y.f
Ae-et . .71S,i5 Oi
CompnalnK the Underwriters' Ajeney.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Astet S7I.SM (I
FIREMEN'S FUND, S.
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
Assets 1,432,81 00
STORED, riwellinct, Furniture, Unlit and Ctr
cn-. Insured at rates as favoiable at sound
permanent security vet I warrant
I repevtluly ak oi the citizens of Cairo,
ehre ol their patronaie.
r. n. iirrmrn.
And Dealer In Foreign and Domestio
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAKS
07 Ohio Lcvce,
Belvretb Ninth and Tenth Streets,
Dealer la all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Farmer' Yartl anil Mtabllna;
Pr, Washington-av.'and Twentietli-at.
cuas, BCHOKNiiivra. ilium arnica
CIIAS. SOHOENMEYER & CO.
All orders promptly attended to.
NORTUWMT CORNER or WAiUINOTfll AY
ENCE AND TENTH OT,
V, O. Drawer 1M. ,M""'
''HhMO AND IOHWARB1HU.
0. 1). WILLIAMSON.
Ko. ?n Ohio l.cee,
C AinO, I M, INC IB.
given to consignment
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
No. G4 Ohio Lovco,
CLOSE k VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Klgblh Htreet "Bit Olilo Avtr
CAIRO. I LI
. E.MATIIUOS. E. C. UUL
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. piilLLIPS &CO..
(Huccessors to K. B. Uendrlckt Co.,)
Fonvarding and Commission
fftSt-'beral Advances irr i npon,
Are prepared to receive, itore ant orward
freight tn all pointa and huy atil
sell on cominlailon.
aVButlneta attended In promptly
STRATTON & BIRD.
(Succetsnra tofltratton, Hudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
JOHN B. PHILLI8 Si SON,
(Mnocessors to Jno.B. Phlllls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TENTH-ST. and. OHIO LEVEE
MILLER Si PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS 'for FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Oil io Lxtek, CAIRO, ILLS.
CITY SHOfi STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
SOLI " r0
00 TS AND SHOES
CoaeaacrcuU ATeMe,Grerr KKktls
fakticulax attention fa1d to all 01
dirs row soeriKiRTi and iioh.