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1 Hi'. fAlHo DAILY Bn.U-.TlN, SATURDAY, MARCH !i. 1.STU.
TIM TAJII. OF Til K I 1.1.1 XOW CENTRAL n. R.
oo n4 .nrrtunJ-, r h hf .f0!!iir
... .....i.t. ..ii intern Ihe arrival end il'l " I
H ti -'- e.
an of pen.nitr trains at Culrm nj
tUfrt Hall train, daily..., iipm
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rrtn UII,dlly.-. , w (l ,n
Arrive... " Kjun.tn.
.a.'.-.-...- fr.rrO.lro ti Uhwi:n. nfr.n.
Witeebedt".ll important poin"'
TjE HOME OF GOD'S PKOl'LK-
The RrandrH and in"-'! P"!1"'
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CAIRO AND yWVSD CITY
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v.mea h ! riil! '" tl.kt for it ue.
Will Urn. h.u hailed, hi nnr u tuJ'tulPCKi tl'iv
MJiog.or .n.r. nr freight, nortlif.
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MWSOMTIOX OP COPARTNEK
VOriCK I hereby jtlvn that !' pr'iirti r
iN liretoiiri- ixl.tum Imluu nun Hi lliu h I 'I
hu-lliciiliAine.lou Inlti.. Cciilrnl ll"ii.'.'lu, i
Itim i -y olv il ly nniti il en oil, inn ml
lirrf finnr W rirr.-i on hy M iry (I ill ipi , w' o
r-'ltiiei. nil i hi' ilfliLiliif, Mil lll iolli""i II l'li,
(wins Hi ni l pi tiieir.li p.
0,"""""1"1- F 'V;ciUK r.
i .M MIY 'U. !- r.V.
"SVaXSVILLE AND OA I ho,
The due ilcamer
0U3 FOWLER - .MaUr
W ll iMTt-Cilrn fjt Ktannll; 'Very riun.lay nail
Vhurala Tnln, at 4 o cl.Ki :. cin. l ot
fi.cr p..W..ply - fliH, Agt.
CAIRO A.VlT PA DUG A II
Tn pleo Jid rtrnrner
Joe Ton Icr, Muster.
s?T. LllAULHS IIOTKL,
D. HEXFUKD Proprietor
room onto trvn axd rroruT.,
7fl Oiy Firit-CUm Home in the City
f r i ri ii rne.
nil from the I)' po
.le. ll I
i Cilro U. .if, ( li i liyi
eeepte l) at 4
ill no tor il or
Ca nberWn I nlvcr imbKcm
NASEV1LL.E, OliAKKSVlLLE AND
Th r.lrn(iia iteimet
TOM SAKMANM.Mkiter I Al.r.X. ll.Utl)
WiUleTC lrn etrry Situr lay at 1 o'vlnek i
forCmkn lie, and hvi'.l. t or IrciRt.l
pariaKf, ap.ljr oaouamor to
Jaost JS ntons, Ag't.
JJAaUVlLLE, CLAKKSVlLliE AND
The k'Id tMtnr
DVI3...Mater I JAS.P. JOIINSON.C'Inlc
Will If are Cairo etrry Tliurmlay nt 6 o'clock p.m.
for Na-ilmlle, Cl.irkiitilleaii.l nil imy poiuti. 1-nr
freight or prusage tpjily ou tnrl nr to
Ju3tf. JAS. HIOI.9,A6'i
NASUVILLE, CIj A It KS VILLE AND
The i;ood ate.nmer
Wlt.ET 8IMM?...Mater JNO. IIAKPi:R....CIvtk
Will leate Cairo every Monday nt 5 o'ulook, p.m .
for NashTllle, anil all ey po'ta Kor ftolslit or
panage, apply on boanl or lo
an J If JAS. lllflfl.S, Act.
IIAHD and SOET LUMBER
ol every dcserljiUan,
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAH POSTb,
DOORS, SASH, ULIKDS,
Steam ho at Lumber,
Fmiilalipil on uliottort notice.
, . . i ... .ii.
Conimcrc'iaUav, lot. 10th and lltli-sta.,
otir kroul by lliu Wrel i for
yptTilrty dlJ not prviunt its r.c'.ivu iin n
litnriintu at It dlil fur levcrul dnyi jircvl
oil. ' 1
JrTlIo house ar.d two lots tituateJ on tlie
cornor of Eiifli'.ci'iith nnd Viiliiiittri:ct,
h oH'iirecl for mI) on wry runtomiblu
tortn. Tor jmrtlculnrs npply on tin- prom
1 1,.., febiltf.
PAIIKKRA II LAKE,
linvo leciirul tlio turvtcuB of an expert
cure 1 piper Imnor nii.l dccirator, nml
iiriinnw prcp.iri-d to do nil kinds of work
in tln'ir II no with iiiMlnni' mid diiMit:b.
MiJiil 1 m.
At cU'Vcti o'clock yetturiliiy. Alia I'tnl,
infiiiit ilunlili'.r of .Mr. mid Mr. Williiini
Slr.-itluii, unu montli. At eight
o'clock tills iiioniin tbe reiniiliu will bo
cuiivnyed to ClmrleUon, Mo., wlicro tliey
will bo interred.
I will furnish church nubbin', nindo of
gretin terry cloth tluired with moss, nt tbo
low price $9 00 each. Lo.tvu orders ut my
shop on Sixth street, botweou Coininorciiil
it.ct Wiishlngton nvenucs. W. O. Caiiv.
who will bo remembered ns n lendinc PPC
tiiomber of tho Gilbert dramatic trouiic,
u'lil.tti ii.fniii K uliiveil nn f.nmitrntnrnt in
till city, hiio leftthnt company, nnd will
hereafter run tho " Hhea Spring", ft pop.
ulur pbicu of report in tlu summer season.
Tlio Spring nro luoated in lthea county,
tlin popular und obliging agent of the
Memphis find St. Louis packet company,
is one of the best men in his business in
the coutry. He is always looking
about him, seeking what ho can d'i to nd
vancc the intcrcus of his employers. As
a steamboat agent, Sol is r success.
Another raco came oil' yesterday be
tween John IJooplu's bovs horse, known
as "L'.mbcr Jim," and a sorrel horso
owned by Mr. Jus. Hvnastan. Mr. lluep
pie's liorso won tlio race by n distaiicu of
iwtnly-rtvo feet. The amount of tho but
on the race win $200.
council should mnkelliu job coinplelu by
' providing lor the building of the road
I rum lliu corporation limits Into the city,
, A If th-iity ':ou'd nej:leol to do this, tho
ro il neither of the roads will bo of
mueli uto to in in bad wontbcr, nnd the In
Lor of tho county court will Imvo been In
vuln. Tlit j Is n matter not lo bo nelectsd,
and we wge It upon tho attention of tho
CI1Y KLKCTtON CAN
TIIK VOTB or THE
VA51KII AKD TIIK
Tlio council met in Joint session last
night to canvass thu votu cast at the ro
cert election for city ofllcirs.
I'rt'ii-iit Mayor Lnnnlen and Council
men Taylor, Sehuli, Ilurd and Ilalllilay;
and Aldermen Under, Mulcalf, Winter,
WiiMer, Seae and Harden.
Th" mayor state 1 that tho mooting w-is
I'uliid for I'm purpuio of canvassing
the returns of tho recent election.
The clerk was instructed to open tho
returns of tho First ward, which showed
that tho vote stood, for
After tho readlnirof tho voto n returi.nl
by tho judges of election of tho sovcral
wnrd, a rosolutlnn was oll'ercd declaring
tlio following odlcnrs h-ynlly elected I
Mnyor, .Inhn M. Lansden ; City Clerk,
M. J. Huwloy; City Trenauror, Jos. H.
Taylor, City Marshal, A. Cain City At
torney, P. H. Popo ; Solect Council, City
nt Large, D. Hurd j Tollco Maglstrulo,
F. Dross, After which the council nd-
HO A HI) OF ALDEHMEN.
300 sack (Inlena " 4e
I car Mi-id Siiuthnrn Illi
nois In bulk on track :18c j
HAY. I plenty. Tlio choicest grndes
lo-daysold nt$'2l 00. Wc qtioto
1 car Pralrlo, del $12 00
1 " poor Mixed " 17 00
4 " 18 0020 00
6 " Mixed and Timothy dcl.,10 00(,21 00
0 " " Timothy ' ..'.'0 fi0(r,2t 00
3 " Choice " i' ... 22 00
3 "OlltKdirod ' .. 2.1 00
111, 1 1 hit. Continue dull and iirlces
weak, hulos uro few. Wo quote
10 pkgs liioico Hull 2()f,22c
lo " ' lHo'-iiiOc
5 " 1 ScfrtiUOo
EGOS. Tho market It ijutcl, wUli a
uownwaid leiui'-ney in price., ,-iaica V.U
SKLIXT COU.NCI1.-C1TY AT LAROII
r-ECONII WARD .MAYOR,
CITY ATTORN KY,
iMJiiditA.vr Tit Kinm
FOR SALE, ) Kor Kalo r FOU SALE
ForSSS FOR BALE.
Faro frsni LtvnnrooL,
Faro from Londcnuurry
Faro from Glasoow,
Paro from Queknstown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $18-20
iaaor.l, Morris i Ca , K'nl-.
Liverpool .Netr.Tork and I'lilln Irlphla
tit courtier with vmtcd itim u tikiiiih
For Carryinx tn Mailt.
FOR. PASSAGE TICKETS
oa ri'atiua isroaxivion
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Act.
IS Uroadtmy. New York, or to
II. II u Ul l ,
Whlntnn Atenr, Ciip. non, 51
CAUL L. THOMAS,
now p.?pinl lo rp.pnnd promplly to nil de-
manui tor run srrvicia,
yllOl'-Con. 6TII-KT. AND CoM.MERCAL-AV
III llio I'erpy Ifour.o,
I'iiIjIIhIiciI rvcry nioriiliifj, Moiiilny fx-
I'll YN1C1A MH
WILLIAM R.SMITIJ, M. I),
T) KSIlltJ.N IH No. il Tmrieemh at-pet. b.
XV lw 1 W ihinuion avenue mi I Wiilhiu Mre-t.
Omit Ij.Oiiniiierciil neiin. 11 o llri.
U. W. DUNNING, M. I).
H4irirfNCU-umr.Vinth uad Wtlnnt tr,
in .) nir -.mi inl ail -iIiid li-vee.
0.rij hoiiraffouiij .m. to U m .an.lti p.m
II. WAUDNEH, M. U.
RC4IOKSCR lorner .MiH'tieoth slrei't nn.t
ViIiiis;ot men le, ne-co'irt lion. n Of
Sg. orr tli o.io1ic OiU. lour. lu to i
a 10, aad 2 10 I o.in. JuiUlf.
R. S. RIUGIIAM, M. J).,
Orricit, 131 Commercial Avel-.vl').-,
CO,, hour.. to u a m.. mk, , , s ,,,, .
d.n.a.No UNl..U..l,.et0,o,.,.t,u M,,In
Vtiul G. Sehuli tells HalUnger's modi.
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Rattinger' Fi
ver Drops. 'Wiirriinted to euro tho chill.
Oyiter Soup at Hurry Wnllior'i every
morning. Alofrorh St, Louis beer, tf
Go to Tin: Excelsior faloon fur fresh
St. Louis liigcr beer.
Oystnr Soup at Harry Walkor'e ever
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
For Sale A cottago on 12th street
containing 7 room, cistern nnd out
home complete Apply to
For the heat St. Loui. luger in tho
e'''i H l' HI uikenbiirg's ExceLior sa
Marriaoi: GfiuE. Interesting work
liumerout engraving, 221 pages. Price
fiOcciili. Ad Ire s D. Unit's Dispensary,
No. 12 Noitli Eighih Street, St. Louij, Mo.
Sec Advertinuui'iit. tf.
llOAlil) AND LODRFXO.
ALLEN, MUL11EV & WUEVXEU
COONSELSttS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, )
John ll.Muikey, CAIIIO, ILI.lh'OIB.
MTPirlleular attention paid In river and a.l
OFFICB-Over FiratNaiioiml llauk, Ohio l.evre.
Mr. T. It. Kilis, corner of Seventh
and Corimnrciiit, U jirepnrud to accommo
diitonll who apply with board, with or
without room, nt prlee.s lower tlum any
other llrft-cluM h nine in tlio city. Mr. El
lis Keeps im excellent tabic ; lliu rooms nro
frunt rovim higli, light und airy, and well
fimiMied, nml n Jiavo 1111 lii'sitallon in
promising sutNfiictlon to all who call on
him. Mr. K1IU will lo nipply jiartlcs
iho (Uslro wltli unfurnished rooms at
1 vea.-ltinblc rates. Let all interested take
ui'iiirv. RviDuuiber on tho corner of
. .1 .. l"nl lager beer Just received
at tho l,i ,,v.. . , i im 1 1
tuluijn. F. Ulankonburg,
OREEN k GILREHT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW.
win am 11. een
William B Gilbert
WSpeci. attention filren to Admiraltr and
OFTICI OUIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OYER
"TT NATIONAL RANK.
transrorniationi liriuluciA 1 ,, ,
-iiagiiona liiiin are ipilto 11 ftVi,ni,i,r
uny ueene nn 11m Mtao in a tlientn.
fumoiu buauliUur traimmiim u
peclsy looking complcvinn, Into
A. Lnven has opened 11 grocery store in
tho bouse on tho corner of Fourteenth nnd
alnut street", wlicro ho proposes to
keep a general assortment of family gro
ccrltis, provisions, choico butter, eggs, etc.,
and ho promises to sell his goods on ns
reasonable terms as can bo obtuinod at
nnv other establishment of tho kind in Iho
city. Givohiinncf.il. fub2l-dlm
111 order to niako room for Ins now
slock ol Spring and Summer gnods, 3Ir. ,1
Uurger, will dispose of tho stock hu now
has 011 hand at the lowest possiblo ilguros.
Mr. Hurger is now in Now York buying
a full slock of now goud, which ho pro
pose to sett at tho lowest jiossIMo living
RALLAIlll TOllACCO WAREHOUSE.
Owing lo tho miserable condition of th"
weather, thu attendance al tho Hullard
tobacco warehouse yesterday was not as
largo as was anticipated. Notwithstanding
this drawback, thero win considerable to
bacco oflored, which was all taken al good
and tati'factory price-. Although tho
season has just opened, tho prospects aro
that there will bo a larger amount of to
bacco reek Cairo as a market this season
than ovor before.
A QUIET VIOIIT.
Several nights sinco a light look placo
on Fifteenth btrcct, near thu custom house,
during winch 0110 man rocoived 11 terrible
blow on the head, from which the blood
ran like water. Thero wero three men
engaged in tlio fructi', two of whom nic
cieded in getting away. The man T.'ith
tho cut head win capiurcd. During tho
wliolu of the quarrel, which lasted several
minute, there was not a loud word spoki 11,
and had it not been for a woman who taw
the light, and gavo the alarm, probably 110
one would over have heard of it.
THE I'EN.V. I CN. AND THE (.'. A V. R, It"
From tho last annual report of tho di
rectors ol tho Pennsylvania Central rail
road wu take tho following : In addition
to theso luasjs tho Pennsylvania company
has entered into a satisfactory arrange
ment to operate tiio Vincenne and Cairo
railroad as soon as it is completed, thus
extending their linos to thu latter point,
from whence tho International rallwav is
being built outhwe.itwardly into Texas.
These and minor arrangements I'm- li.-
creasing tho buriness of tlio Pennsylvania
company must add largely to iis revoniu.i,
while at tlio same time they will material
ly augment thosu of tlio parentcompaiiy.
All such contracts and arrangements
made by tho Pennsylvania company are
to be subuiileil to had approved by thu
directors of tlio Pennsylvania Railroad
company, but none of which nro to extend
bcyound the Mississippi 1111 tlio AVen or
Chicago on the Northwest.
Thoeounty court, which will convene in
stated session next Monday, will, prnba
bly.inako provision foropenliigiiiid putting
Into order thu Mississippi river road and
SELECT COUNCIL CITY AT LARUE,
After the adjournment of lha city
council tho board of aldermen nssombled,
with Pr.'ideiit Reunion In the chnir.
The clerk was instructod to, rend tho
votes cast at the recent election ns returned
by tho judges, for members of the board
A. H.SalTord 133
Johr T. Rennie 82
I. Waidcr 100
.1. Antrim 03
1. Mocklcr 6:
It appearing that A. II. Sailord nnd I
Vt alder received tho highest number
of tho votes cast, they wero declared elect
cd to servo ns members of tlio board of nt-
dermcn for two years.
William Under and, lotin (J. Staucil hav
ing received a majority of tlio votes cast
for aldermen from that ward, they wero
declared elected, nnd entitled to scats in
dohn II. Phillis having received seven
tv-four votes for alderman from tho third
ward, Mr. Phillis was declared elected
mid entitled to n scat in the board for two
Jno. II. Robinson having received n
majority of the votes cast for nldcrinan
from tho Fourth wnrd, Mr. Robinson was
declared elected. .
After tho canvass of "the voto tho board
31 pkgf 20c
POULTRY. There I" some inquiry tor
chicken. Good Urns bring !?l 00 f? dor.
6J0 lb dressed Turkeys 12cfnl3c
0 doz. Chickens 3 3 6
20 " " 3 P0t 00
10 coop " 3 00(S,l 00
MEAL. Tho market Is largely sup
plied nnd dull for everything except Cluico
City Mills, which continues in demand.
Wo notice sales of
COO bbls. Kiln Dried 011
ordirs S 3 00
SOC bbls City Steam Dried... 2 903 00
00 Steam " del. 2 80(V2 90
PROVISIONS. The market is quiet,
nnd but few mlos are reported. 0
1 cask dry sntl shoulders 6J0
1 " " clear sides ic
PORK. There is llltto doing, and few
changes In quotations. Sales wore
0 bbls. Mess 513 00i3 .fl
10 drened Hogs ojc
SUNDRIES. 1 box Heoswai, 30s V
THIRD WARD MAYOR,
Lansden O.'i 1
Otf.villI.lfAN CITY AT LARGE,
FOURTH WARD MAYOR,
CITY AT LARGE,
For mayor, Lansilon recolved, in tho
Eirit ward lit
Sicund " 199
Third " 0.)
Fourth " 210
For mayor, Winter received, in tho
Frst ward 101
Second " s;l
Third " h8
Fourth " 141
Lun'-deu's mujoritv 171
Tavlor received in the
First ward 240
Sivond " :to
Thin! " 181
Fourth " Ill
The. Illinois Central Ui 1... , ,.
after for tale th lollolu""VVl f )nT o
Addition lo tho City ol tro.VlV', r,r
Lot IT block 20, Lot JilL...
Of UnsM,U. apply Vi lAMFJl JOHNAOk,
which the li'llv and tin ro.u vln r. i,.uu'u rol"l t" Mound City. Tha worknien
"i 11110 01 1110 vinconnes roau navo
' nt l5ro ulV from all land communication
with M,Klr4 t,.tJ.( w,lch ft doprivminn
b u. i,0 cdnrpd, and
,,,su time in
Il " ro";1 ""-'ructed. Judge
Iros yesterday obtalnml tllll) ,.,
lor tho right of way throusl, u,., iua r
tho trustees for a road 01m hundred feet
wide, and made arrangements with u,
City iNittionul bank to obtain monev r..
Iho county to that tlio work may be' mp.
idly nnd at onco prosocuted, if tlio couu
fhoiild order It to bo dono. Cacho bridge
must bo removed from its present location
about 11 quarter of n milo up tho strewn,
and considerable filling must bo done,
The oxpenso will bo rathor heavy, but
Cairo will roup immenso benefit from tho
road In very many ways, and tho du
ration, and imparls to a dry, linrsli shin,
tho softness of perfect lovllness. Tan and
freckles, which coiintry air anil aunlight
are pretty niro to produce, in spito of par
ueuU nnd sundowns, aro completely ob
llteiated by it; whilu it liuh a perfectly
niMgieal etl'-ct in hiiuUhlng uiiduo redncts,
j blotclins and pimple from the skin,
I l'l,..n II... ...I... I..., ..,...,1 1. I.. ......)..
.1 ....i. tuu ,nv inr iiniru fv iu iuiiuu
tier fomplexlonal defect looks Into n mir
ror, tho is equally astounded and gratified
at the improvements 111 tier appearance.
Every blciuith has disappeared; her neck,
arms and bosom, now rival In widteness
tho snowy collar which encircles her
throat, her cheek mantles with a poach
liko bloom, and the U ready to invoke u
blessing on the inventor of tho article
which litis wrought such 11 delightful trans
FOR CITY CLERK',
llowley received in the
First ward ,
Second " .'
Fourth " 328
Hill rcelovod In the
ltowloy's majority U4C
FOR CITY ATTORNEY.
Pope rrcohed in tlio
I'iret ward 2:50
Second ward 70
Third ward 170
Fourth ward ;Mi
Cain received in tho
After tho adjournment of tlm board of
nldcrmen, tho select council convened for
the purpose of canvassing the vote for re
lect councilman cast at the election held
on the 27th Inst.
The clerk was instructed to read the re
turn", as returned by the judges of elec
SELECT COUNCIL CITY AT LARGE
Hurd received in the
Second " 207
Third " 113
Fourth " 181
Phillips received In tho
First Ward 142
Second " 157
Third " 05
Fourth " 200
Hunt's majority 20
It appearing that Daniel Hurd received
a majority of the votes cast for member of
the, select council from tho city at large,
Mr. Ilurd wits declared elected.
SELECT COUNCIL, 1ST WARD,
Paul G. Schuh having received n major
ity of ttie votes cast in tlio first ward to
represent that ward in the select council,
was dec arid elected.
h ELECT COUNCIL, 2D WARD.
Tho returns showing that C. H. Wood
ward received n majority of tho votes cait
in the second ward fur councilman, ho was
Thero being no further business to
transact, council adjourned.
Oyhtor soup at Hairy Walker's every
morning. Also fresli St. Louts hecr. tt
Where nro yuu going? To the placo
number 53, Ohio levee, wbero they keep
tlio best fresh oysters, fish nnd game, and
thu finest wines, liquors nnd cigars to be
found in thu city. Open nt all hours, day
ur night. .1. K.Vark.
We have no hesitnton In recommend
lug Willium Ehlcrs, boot and nhoo maker
as worth v of most liberal putronage. Wo
know wherefore wo speak when wo say
his work i bono in nmnsterly manner nt
the lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but
tlio host of stock, and ho cannot be excell
ed in the delicate task of making an ex
act fit. Give him a call at his f-hop on
Twentieth street, tetween Washington
avenue and Poplar street, nearly upjrosite
tho court house, nnd we will guarantee
Pat Fitzgerald, of tlio sample rooms,
lias received tlio appointment of agent for
the sale of tho Hamtnondsport, N. 1 ., Lr
balift Wine Company's wines in this city.
If tlio bottle with which we Imvo been
favored is n sample of tho quality of
tlio"o wines, then wo are prepared to say
that they aro arnonc tlio best wo have over
tasted. Ho has jilit received n largo con
slgnment, which tin ft prepurcd to tell nt
the lowest figures. Ho has also on hand n
large and complcto stock of tlio various
brands of Iri'h, Scotch nnd American
whiskies, and wines of every variety,
II. LEVY A CO. FAY THE HIGHEST MARKET
Ilelow will bo found tho corrected list
of prices paid by II. Levy A: Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees-
wax, and nil kinds of country produce
Levy & Co. do ft very largo trade in their
line, and it is a well known lact that they
always pay tho highest prices to bo ol:
tain ed in this market. 1 hoy nro now
ARRIVE!! AND DEPARTED.
Metmer. When from. Whern in
N. W. O Cineyvlllo....Caseyvlllo.
Molllu Hiigon..Mcuiplils. Kvniisvlllc.
City of Cliestor.Meuirdin St. Louts.
Oi'tevia .si, Louis Mound City.
City Vicksi. .Si. l.w ., .Vlckshurg.
W.,1, Ijjwii.mSI. LiiiiIs ....Memphis.
Illinois Co uiiibii!..,. C j umbiii,
It jht. ltiiins.M. mollis Cliaiuliatl.
CJNDlllON OF Tin: RIVERS.
Horo the fall In tho river is tlowiy
gaining force, and in iv probably fall MV
eral feet before It I "theckid. Tho Ohio
all tlio way up continues falling.
1 ho condition of the Mississippi river
remains the name, ami llinro is a fine stago
of water for the boat. Tho condition of
'ho river will doubtless bo Improved dur
ing tho noxt few day, by tliu rise in thu
rivers above St. Louis. The channel from
hero to Louisville remains In 11 eood con
dition, notwithstanding the fall that is
taking placo in tho Ohio. Tha Cumber
land continues tlio same. Tho dep'.h of
the river below hero Is lufilcient for any
boat. There Is about 81 feet to St. Louie.
IIUSINESS AND WEATHER.
There was consldcr.iblo activity dis
played ut tho landings yoterdnv, and
freights wero plenty.
Tlio weather remnins cold, nnd cloudy
with thrcatiuliig appearance.
Capt. Dugun nas returned to Cincinnati.
and will finish tlio wrecking of the steam
l'hu tug Mnntnuk towed down
from Mound City yesterday, n largo raft
of logs. J
Tho steamer A. linker, and one barco
has boon sold to Capt. Alexandria, who
will take her up the Ohio river, and load
tier with corn for Ouachita river. Cant.
Kelly will remain in commnnd. The
price paid, was twenty-two hundred dol
The Idiowild was behind timo when
sho arrived at Paducnh. nnd therefore
turned back from there.
Tlio Imgworth passed up the Ohio
wth n slim trip.
Tbo Robert llnrni received 150 bnlcsof
cotton ut Columbus for Cincinnati.
Tho repairs to tho stern wheel Illlnoli
nro completisl, und sho is waiting the ur-
rival of tho Shannon with tho hull of tho
Geo. C. Wolf, which sho will tow to St.
City .Viilloiinl Ilniilt nitllitluir.
a.cpeelal attention paid to order Irom steam
naN nnht or iltv.
( fiHJllNNIO.'v AMI I'OltXVAIIIIINU.
G. I). WILLIAMSON.
COMM ISSION MERCHANT,
.o. 70 Ohio I.rvce,
FOR FOLICE .MAGISTRATE.
Rrou received In tho
Fourth 11 '
Winston rMrtVrt'i'n' iho
Tlio market has not shown much nni
mntion sinco our last review. Shipping
facilities are very scarce and tho general
niHrket Is largely tupplled with every
thing except Flour. Rates of Freight nro
unchanged. Tho weather, which for sev
eral days tins been mild, jesterday changed
suddenly, nnd snow fell to tho deptli of
two or three Inches.
Country produce is dull. Oats nnd
Mixed Corn nro plenty there being no
way of shipping It, tlio market Is largely
Correspon dents must boar in mind tha
our insido figures represent prices in round
lots from first hands, and outsido figures
prices for sales mado in small lots or on
FLOUR: Is vory scarco and the mark
et is poor'y supplied, Tlio demand it
good and prices are firm. Sales wero
900 I tils Various Grades $0 00,9 50
200 " "onordora 0 'JfiftO 00
CORN. Tlio market is well supplied
with mixed Corn, but White is scarce nnd
II r in. Silos wero
13 cars, mixed, In hulk 011-
3 cars mixed in bull;
2 White "
13 " mixed In sacks del
2U0 sacks " In lots ,
8"0 sacks White, del
200 " on orders
2 cars Choice White In
300 sacks Whitn In Uurlnps
on P. T.
OATS.' Am dull. Thero is a full stock
on thu market nnd offerings at lie to-day
found no buyers. Sales wore
75 sacks White nd Hlack
3 cars Galena on orders 40c
3 " .Mixed in sacks on
orders del 45o
2 cars Mixed In sneks del 4Co
" Southorn, III.,
2 cars Mixed dol 43a
08c ft!) 59a
Kiven to consigsraer
Mink S2 00 n 2 25
Wild Cat CO
Hoiirc Cat 10 n 15
Murk Rat 15
Otter 5 00 n 7 00
Hear Skins 2 00 a 0 00
Heaver, per pound 60 a 75
HIDES, PER FOUND!
Deer Skins 27 a 37 j
Reef Hide, Dry Salt lbJa'Jt)
" " Green Salt Hal2J
Tallow, par pound On 7)
Feathers, " 60 a 00
Wool, " " CO a 70
Heeswax " 20n28
The abovo prlco list is subject to correction.
1IUKNETT & CO.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR HIDES
Messrs. Iiurnctt & Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth street, nro prepared to pay tlio hlgli
crt cash price for articles in their line, as
PrimoMink $1.75 to 2.21
" Raccoon 60c to Clk
" Musk Hal 10 to 16
" Wild Cat 40 to 60
' Opossum 10 to 12
" Ottor 5.00 to C.01,
" Ilenver Skins 6.00 to 7.00
Green Salt, 9 to 10c
Green Salt, kip mid calf. 12 to 14c
Deer Skins 20 to 30c
For other articles, such as rags, feath
ers, bees wax, wool and tallow, wn A'ill day
tlio highest market prices.
IIURNETT & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
CoNNiniiAi. Felicity. Nothing tends
more to connubial happiness than cheerful
und healthy Infants and chlldron, Mrs.
Whitcomb's syrup Is the great soothing
imported Malaga grapes nt Jorgon
sou s, corner 01 xwouiioiii siroet nnu
Washington avonuo. tl
A victim of early indiscretion, cnUHingnervou
debility, premature deca, cie., bavltiS "'" ",
vain every odvei lined remedy, b "" ' j
dimple inciins of self-cure, which h
free to his fellow.uller.r. J. It, nM"!
Nassau street, New Yotit.
CLOSE & VINCENT.
DEALERS I3ST XjXZSJH
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner I'.IkIiIIi Ntroct nnd Ohio l.ettt
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Succomori lo K. II. Hecdrlck" Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
WII ARF-HOAT PROPRIETORS
fjI.lheral Advnnte w.r
Are prepared to receive, store ant orward
In-lKhl to nil points and buy hlU
sell on commission.
"Iliisiness ntldutC'l lo promptly
DEALERS IN KLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
CHARLES M. HOWE &CO.,
No. 04 Ohio Lovoo,
- JAMES KYNASTON,
ante "cd ,",Mefl,,,, H,B" ''i
Conms Wixr.mr.Tii ami Popi.au 8rnr.iT,
nil VH and slniurhtor only the very best r utile.
r hoRi and sheep, and la prepared to fill any
demand for fresh mean from one pound lo ten