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TIVKTARLEOFTIIK 11.1.101 CENTRAL . k.
Oo and IUriiiir. M" "' ,h
ii.ir-.b!e iM jcnrrn the airival n J dspars
oir of rfr tialn at Calt.ti
Wirf-Msll train, dally
t".ail,d.ly.t.. .....-' - S:&a.tn
F.ieae.. ..... ......... 1.00 ).m.
Cairo and al. feiuls fiiott Line.
Arrnr - V m.
Dspsr' " llaia.m.
Xochi-'i fr"inCiro Vo f-t. Louis, Ho
hani e' . ftorrCnlro to Cil'sgo. Elegant
rarltg Roa-n elceptnjr ora on night trains.
HW eheoMd tt ill itnparUnt nolnt.
OAIHO AND MOUND CITV
Will mV tb" irlp J "I;
Uktlia etiao . irtvtMi di kumtv
At 1 .. ...i.m. M (M-i ..m
At II..... '.in. .U 1;J ..... in.
At 3U-...-a..i. p.m. I A it...... :..'.;.ip.m;
F.re each ay, J" ceuts ; 1" tl kls for ft If.
Will Ui-1 wha hailed, At any K (u 1 i.il'H.i .Pale
anJing.orpaatengsraur freyiit. ujvilif.
SVAKsJVILLK ASH OAtRO,
6U9 F8WLEB...,.....-.....-.. .. -Moittr
W.ll liTeClro Or1 ISvaiiivM rTtryuada'r ud
YnumJuy creuloKf. ut t oVloj ., p.m. tor
fruitful or piiiiKt. awpiy o 4 Ixurd or to
JA. UIUUX, Ag't.
OAtUU 'AND PADUOAH
Th tptrodld Memrr
Joe I'uwltr, Mimter.
t Cilro lVll(, (4iitiri eicpli1) tt
ra. K.r lrutur pkiiii :p?H ouhairdor
)ostr t J as liiuun, Ag'i.
CaiMbirlanil Itlrer t.cltl
NASIIVILLE. CLAKKdVlLLE AND
Th f plcndid tirRDirr
TOM UAUltANMtuttr AI.KX. HARD Clerk
Will leTe Cilro rrrry 8tnr I njr it 4 o'clock p.m.
for CUtkfyillc, noil ItMhTllle. For freight or
psnAZf, ip-ljr on ooird or to
'jviiif " JA3.BI009.Agl.
XiUJUVILLE, OLAKKSVILLK AND
OWKN DAVW.-Mtr 1 JAS.P. JOHNOS-Clerk
Will li-sre Cairo ft err Tniirmlny t 8 n'cloe o.m
for NhTillc, CHrkitillBun.l nlly tioluu. fur
freiitht or pn.tii luulyon Urlnr to
jn3if. r J.KA. UIGM, Ag'l
NASUVILLE, CLAHUSVILLE AND
The ood liumf r
WII.EV 9lMM3.Mtr 1 J.NO. II RPKR....CIerk
Will loT C'ftiro every Moc Joy mt 6 o'clock, p.m.
for Xaihtille, ond all wjr ports For freight or
lounge, apply on bourd er to
DJtf JAS. BtOOi, Agt.
F0 SALE, ) Fors.le -FOK SALE,
FOK SALE. J Forille 1 FOR BALE.
faro from Livkupooi,
Kara from LoyncNiitKiir
Faro from Glasoow, "
Faro from Queknhtowm
iatford, Morn t Ca
Livtrpool .New.yoik and I'hilad'lphla
orj cornier wiru t.tiTto stitii aao siiiiiii
For Carr)iau tue SUUr.
TOR I'ASSAOB TICKETS
oa rvarura iKroawiTio.t
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Act.
1'. Hromltiny N'tr-York, or to
II. II oii ,
Yahlnntrn Aveur, Tairn. nnia.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. I).
ij t.iiuu.-N .e.-o. St Ttiirleeaih afevt,
shlncton urenuenn 1 Wtlnut alru.t.
t n ft t tt
i iinni.'rrial arenue, mi Uirs.
C W. DUNNING, M. D.
Tji'.MIiiCN'CU-jirnarNiutll autl Wtlnut tta,
JLi ) b'e io i mtHi trnl an I nlft lte.
u.ttja lioura from 0 a.m. tu W m , and p.ru
II. WARDNER, M. D.
KRiIDK.VCF. Niruer Muetienili -street anl
fiahrigtori irenuv, net or. irt l..)n-e. Of.
ac over tin poatu.Bje. o.tiie biur 1 to IX
a tu. and 2 tot u.iii. JmlitC
U.S. RRIGI1AM, M. D.,
OmcK, 13J Cosua-KciAt Aykvsvx,
oak- hours, Ho 10 a.m., and' Ho J p.m. i!-s.
Pence, No t Smd, (, Mrn ;i. rr(,7n,
ALl.EN7MULK.KY k AYUKkiiKiT
COUN.SKLtMts' AT LAW,
William J. Allan,
John ll.JIulkey, V CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
a-I'rticulsr attention paid to river and 1.
UFFICE-Orer riretatknal Ilsnk, OfUo Leree,
GREEN & GILREKT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II fJilbart,-,
Bafripecta. uttendnn elveu lo Admualte n.i
"e,,nU,t bM,', ,
orrici cnioLtrj!!!. koomh 7 avd a oven
city WATiuw.M. hawk.
Addition to the City nVVl'J1, ,rt
S " Wa Si .. V.
iot .i : v s:rtlss:-m knts.
It'PP fl"! yomg men iwm the tTeols of
mors n.l alm-es n.arlyllte. Mat h nd reslor
I, NerVitiie i.eblty cured. I rpeiluuenie In
msrrlaaw rem seed. New metho I of tr-atinm .
N-wand rem unable remldtea llwks and o r n
it. -n aem fie, In n!rd euvelo e, A n r-se
IIOWiHD ASSOCIATION, No v,Po UiNmOiHi,
r'hi.adeli.nia, I UprtM.tn.im.
P il I L. S A U !',
( ctea-tr to P. Ruip )
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL '
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
103 Cummorclnl Assume, between
htvessllsitua Eighth Ntrtet,
1 IP YOU AUK GOING W'rMT,
Dili your ilcW.N or t ".tla ul'.U." Mi.
rou I l'e ric Itttimi'D. Ih t on .lur limn
41 L'inn tu icil ilia, H. rott, I. i r I . K kk
VIII, UIIIOOM, !(. Ji.ll'lill, lllllh. ) Il, .r Nll'l
mi i.ainii in iinri. .i WiUKn. inm. ill r
i nilo, 1 1 m hk'ti "oflft nrr mo a if I'll I. hp
hit.i mi imfxiKVi.vi tnii l.tnmt i.i tint
jto.vnrr, 1'i.lliiitn pib le"ir, llili"r' m'riy
r.'iuui.iu lur prompt lima mid mr- cnnnrclion
Is D.overliiHl. h'or Tiilmlilr Hit rinJUnti tin I
in iiiiiii. in lilt; I'rit ni rieuiu urti. ttn.i it
kI Ibiico, w lnkf apevliit itrrnnn-inf ntt m towrt
ruinuurrtu iit'Ot nrif, can iiuu or mi.ur.a r.
A. V r.i. (tent-nil i'Arnkrr Aiteat Mii'oun l'
ciHii K. K Hi. Ixiuii. Mo.
ISO truubls to nk qua.tinnt.
FIELD, LEITEK & CO,
MADISON & MAIIKKT 8TS.
We Ixke nlitiir in nnnonnclnit to nr frlcndi
and palrimM Hint iff arc once ugilu In morccnm
modumi qunrltii lor the lian.ncUou of our Job
biug but limii,
OCCUfTIKO OUB N K W WAKEUOVBE 201x100,
(which ! contlderAliiy more than double our for
mrli)Cllt),cninrror.-tl"Hnil Wahiniitiiii at-.)
and arr.tifid through all deiHrtmeni wiih more
studied rtlrtfirc nteulen.'e, llxlit and anapm
lulliy In the wants ol bjtlnit.n. The orn-r
store, HCilOO from bi'ement up. Is devoted ex
clualTfly to Julibimc. With this Increased room
we bare Increased the t trick and varleue, in
-thy brsnch ol our western business, addinn.
botldes, the largest and inoaicump.eie stock of
CAItPKTS AND UFIIOLSTEKV
eter shown west of New York. We would alto
ad I hstnurowD linporlaliuna, whicn are larxelr
In exceasiif any f inner aeatou were in no war lu
tsinpt-d by the Inte Are.
It ha. rwu. niir aim in re.orcan'a'ns our b lal.
nes ihat nolhmtr eornno.lnir. nr nipitnv Intn
the Aock of the Wtern Merchant, whethur
UAlirETS AND UPHOLSTERY,
shall be found unntin
n in t ur rreseht location.
our pulley of 8J1A
A LI. I'KOKlT.S . each anl
eveiy art kin thr-MiRiimit the whole bouee,
onrti'U lib Mllltl t AliSCtll.
Il ii our earuest t ndeuror lo sell
ALL GOODS CHEAPER
THAN EVER BEFORE
and to make at.-ka and prices so attractive as to
wimui jiur,iiiinii. patronage.
We accept llil-opportunity tuexpreasour
I r!hiihtnntM f ympathy Inunllesled toward
us since tho urenttaunilty which oiertonk Chi.
g'i It i only by xurh cln-t-rlng assurances oi
'cnntldrnce nnd k io I will (lint we urn enabled ao
aperddy tore'iiii our former . restive, ami tuof.
fir J nur inep -l(n '! h peroral iuo irnewij'ia
let a tho arceitr na.ortineur of uoi.da wit tiav.1 vr
Thte trill tm ti rejul.tr t,.,,iiiint .i ttt.uu
tta Loilce, .tn.Sim A. F. 1A.M, llila
lay etcnini. March 7th. 18J'2.
Work III V. C. neeree. Ylaltlni lire hren
JAS. A PlIII.MS.fiec'y.
I'ublNlieU every morning, Slondn ex.
PmuI U. Suhuh lollf Knttlngor'a mcdU
Java Ihpkuiai. Tea in Uruiol & Stll
Go to Dr. McGuuloy fur Kattlngor' V
vfrDroju. Warranted to cure tlto chilli.
Oo TO TIIK F.xoalslor suloon fur fresli
Si. Louis lnircr be.T.
Fiir.sn St. Louis Intjor beor lint received
at Jhe Kxi-iiltlur nlonn. F. lllunlienbiirg,
For Sai.k. A couuj;o on 12tU stroo
containing rootnt, cittorn and out.
anuses complete. Apply to
W. W. TlIOKSTOM,
i on Tilt beu St. LjuIi la.'cr In tho
city, no to Ul.tiila'tiburs'. Exceiilor n
lMi'OKTCu Milayn yntpm at Jor;on
son s, enrnur or 'J'wentiotU tr-ot and
niLington avenuo. iJ
.lLtiiiiiAOK u vidk Interning work
numorouN f!ii;rurins, 324 puce. Price
CO ce.iH. AdJrcj D.-. Iltitt's Djapensary,
So. 12 Norili Ei(jlitli Streot, St. Lou!, Mo.
Sua Advcitftc.iiiepl. tr
Co.v.sriiiAi. Fr.i.iciTY, Nothint; tend
tnorn to connubial ImpplncH tlmn cheerful
ana healthy InfatiU utid children. Mrs.
"WhiiroiuV, syrup it thu groat aoothlng
ASTKii.-,lUts,J inJ L.i,:itnborm!d.
"I'l".' '"iVly i i. It... , iv ,.f.
ToslrUwhucanfarnl.h BOuJ refer.
new, thu highest wauw
S' U be given.
A Melancholy llitEAK.i)nuw ...
j M lively brcnk-dowiu llmt u,hU ar,Tu
; dienco luuah, and tUro ate md nnd ut.
i rowful breali.down that tn il;0 lh) kind.
hearted Brieve. To tho lutterclun bulongt
' the . nurvatijn of body and mind which is
(' utually called "general debllily, " or
-ncrrniib weakneit," uml which, when
negiccleJ, toj oflen tcriiiinnres In alrnphy
i anil lltlllh. A U'hulnintno infill. ...t..1
I Ulmul.i,i I. the one lhlnS needed in case.
i " i" ufrlptlon, nnd ic oneo and ox
perli nco unite In pointing to Plantation
I UlTTEIw at the true tpcclflc. Tiio fact
j that, it combines tho properties of an In.
I vigoront with those of n regulator and
ultiratlve, In exactly th proportion!
ntrvtstiry to product) n radical changu In
(hotonnof tyiteni, and the action of thu
d!gcttvo nnd lecretivo nrganc, i an un.
answefublo urgumont In lis favor a at gen.
tv-'il rulorntive, S-Clcod &w
' KK ' 'A! ISO DULY
1 Try the Java Imperial Toa.nt Brlitul
,V- S'.ilwoll's. 3,.5-tf
A lady wtshcs'conv'lrii' to An. A.Mefsa
Box 7'.5, Cairo, Ili!,- 3.o.0t
l illll In session, nnd li dlspoalng of Ilia
hustnes in band ns fust as possible.
10 ML Kt.KLTKD.
At tho uhction this full the people ol
AlcxHiidcr will have to elect tho follow
ing officer! : Circuit Clerk, Sheriff, Repre
sentative nnd County Attorney.
Wot 1 or. .Mr. John Koehlor's new brick
to be put up on Cointiicrclul nv muo near
Tenth street, hits been cotnnienci'd, Mr.
.1 units Kenncdv tins thu contract fur do
ing the brick work,
Klghleetitli ttreel, between Wmhlngton
uveiiue and Walnut (trout. Preaching
uvery other Sutiuuy, at 1 1 o'clock n.tit.
Prayer ntectilig every Wi-iliif dy even
ing. D.ilMl ULINKtl WITllOL'l LlUKNtU.
City uttorny Popn hat been gnln for n
number of dealers in different kinds ot
goods for dotn$ business without license.
No man should bo allowed to go on for
it single day without first procuring license.
In another plncn in to-day's RiLLnTi.v
will bo founcd tho enrd of thonbovo named
gcr.tlemnn, who, it will lo seen bus pur
chased the interest of his brother, Peter
Saup, In tho old established confectionery
nnd toy store, on Commercial nvcntie,
near the corner of Sixth street. .Mr. Phil.
Saup Is no stranger to tho people of Cairo,
us he hits lived In tho city fjr n number of
years, and he. will bo sure to receive u lib
eral share of tho public patronage.
The county court propo'o to purclifi.'e n
patent stump pullei to retnovo the stumps
from the sito of tho new road to bo
opened between Cairo nnd Mound City.
Tho mnchino will be the property of tho
county, but the purtlcs contracting for
the work on tho road will bo nllowed to
have tho uto of It. A new patent scraper
lias nlso been purchased, to be used in
leveling tho approaches to the now bridge
being constructed by Judgo Murcnildoti,
A OOOO 'W0UI) FOR CAIRO.
From tho lust numbor of tho Metropolis
'Times' wo tnko tho following com
plimentary referenco to Cairo business
Instead of our merchants and citions go-
i hi; mil ot tncir own staicnnu aiding lu the
building up of another, they should
render nil their support tn C.tlro, it staler
city and ono whose prosperity is our pros
perity, whoso interests are irrevocably
bound to ours.
Cairo can offer ns fair indttcsmonts for
the purchasing of goods and for the sale
oiproaucennu munuLictured articles as
an v other city.
GIvo thoin a trial that thov mar show
what they can do.
l ester Juy morning chief of polico
Myers arrested two young men, believing
thorn to bo tho pnrtfc.a who buruliirfgctl it
houso on Washington nvenuo u week or
ten days since. lie failed to tind any of
tho articles stolon from tho house on
V ushlngton avenue, but n satchel be
longing to ono of tho pui la was u piece
of cloth, about eight yaros, bearing the
trade mark of Greoley & Particr. Thev
wero taken to tho store of thu abovo named
firm, where it was nsci-rtained they hnd
stolen thj goods. They wire placed in tho
county jail to await trial.
Tho Hibernian flro company having
somctlmo since published a chailengo to
nny company in tho city to throw water
with their cnglnoi-, tho Roughs have con
eluded to accept tho challenge, and hnvo
accordingly, through Mr. Joseph 31.
Veirun, addressed tho following notn to
Mr. Wm. McIIalo, president of the Hiber
nian company ;
Ito igU an I Ready Hall, March, Cth, W.'.
Win. Mclla'e, Pretutnnt ol the Hibernian Fire
rompany no. s.
UkauSir:-! am authorized in behalf
or Hie Itough & Ready Fire Cmnpnnv So,
3, to accept your challenge published Mime-
tune since in mo Luiro IJui.letin. Tho
Houghs havu appointed a conunitto of
th'co to nmko all ncccssnrr arrancomenta
Hoping to hear fron. you si.on, I remain,
respnctiuiiy, yours, jo.s. at. Veiruin,
the new road.
The county court Is doing Its utmost lo
seenro tho speedy construction of a new
road between Calro and Mound City. The
services nl Mr. William Hauman, civil
engineer, have been engaged, and .Mr. II.
bus been Instructed to sutvuy nnd ascer
tain tho most feasible route for tho road.
Ho wllll this morning proceed to the
bridgo over Ciche river, where ho will
meet Judge Pidgeon, of PuJaski county,
and the point whom tho bildgo
over that river shall bo hi.
located will bo decided. Mr. Uaumati
will then survey tho route from tho river
to the clly limits, and report tho result of
hU labors to thu court. It is propoted to
divide tho work up into sections, and let
the contract for building tho road by sec
tions. This plan Is adopted In order to
secure Iho completion of tho road ut thu
earliest day practicable. It Is tho object
of tho court to hnvo tho roid complete
and open to tho public within the next
TIIK FLOOD COMINd.
Tho following article, which wo clip
from the 'New North West,' n paper pub
1 shed nt Deer Lodge, .Montana, will glvo
lliu fnj"lerso,nacontuptI(in 0f t,o linmenso
Tianti y of ,w lWl )m, Mlm ;
he winter u,tpatt.,llld w, ,
some ldeaoftl,orWewoi,tvi.n,. ,.i
Mississippi this spring: y plCM,r 11,0
Going at last Yielding from hU em
bracu tho valley, and glvlni
eager eyes t m brown beauiy of th- i,ni'
s Mvt, tho whlto monarch is abdleatin,- I ,
throne to tho gcnilo reign or Sprin
Snow squalls thoro will be, low teinpera
turo and stiff breezes ; but thu airnne
cnnins or winter aro broken. And what
a winter n mil Doeni more lias lieeu guod
sieiglilng on tho D.or Loiluo IV for
thlrioen successive weeks, a thing unpre
cedented In tho memory uf tho two oldest
inllHlitlunl. X....- I - Tt. u t 1
Mr. Granville Stuart Informs us there
jus fallen this winter, seventy and one
I bnlf inchesof snow nearly six feet al-
I tll...l..l. It., ....ll. ft n .. ..Mi. ttntO fllll tt.ll
....lllll IU UVptll It IMIJI I'llW . l
exceeil ,twelv li.'clirs. Hut up in the
nniunt'ilns It Is tcrrillc. Ottitlenicii who
have cruised thu' range at Greenwood
recently, .cellmate the drifts on tho cast
sldo of tlio tirest at 00 feet di'fitli ; and Mr.
Ciirhln, Division Siiperintendenlof Giliuur
tV Kiiul-burtr, wltero the road erosses
tbo crest thru 12-fn.it ''brushing poles"
havu been succt'is.velv burled, tonklni!
ovel 31) lout ofsni.w, while half wny down
the Illll bo llinks it is 20 feet deep on the
road. To bo sure, these are drl'tstbtil
that il Is 0, 8 or 10 feet docn throughout
tho mountains wo have no doubt, and thu
sn iw tall is cuneral tliroucht tho
ntire Itoeky Mountains. It la
rcasonablit to antieitnite dtirint; the
spring thaw immensu lloodt all the etreams
ilralnlng tho region, for uvett thu feverish
lips of clunooka will not absorb and curry
nwiiy sulllcienl vupor to prevent It. It
will iniiku plenty ol' water fur tint minors,
but railroads, bridges, and "riparian pro
prietors," will ueta gamu befolu May that
will remind us or Ninth's days, or there is
'in vh tint In guessing. Just at tire-cut the
ranees aro the worst, for traveling, as ll.o
packed ronds are so tening and breaking
through; but a coiilinuutton of tint thaw
will set them right in a week, ur a cold
stmp in a night.
pimples, ehuftio.nh, rouo'ii mkix.
Tho system being put under the infill
unco of Dr. Pierce's Golden Mcdicn' Dis
covery for a few weeks tho skin bec.iinei
smooth, clear, soft nnd velvety, and being
illuminated with the glow of perfect
health from within, true bo.tuly strnds
forth in. all lis glory. Nothing ever pre
sented to tho public as n beautltler of the
complexion ever gave such .i.itlsfaetlon
for this purpusu as this Discovery Tito
effects of all medicines which operate up.
tho system thiough tho medium of the
blood nro necessarily somowhnt slow, no
matter Low good tho remedy employed
Whilo ono fo three bottles e'enr the skin
of pimples, blotches, eruptions, vellow
spots, comedones or "grubs," n dozen may
possibly bo required to euro some cases
where tho system Is rotten with scrofulous
or virulent blood potsions. Tho cure of
nil these diseases, however from the com
inon pimplu to tho worst scrofula is, with
the usn or this most potent agent, only n
mutter or time, hold by all druggists.
003. 3 C-w&dlt.
IMPORTANT BUSINESS TRANSACTED
TftK COURT YESTERDAY-.
Tho county court now in session, hnvo
passed the following important orders :
To locate a new rond from Cairo to
Mound City in place of the ono destroyed
by tho Cairo & Vincennos railroad, com
mencing ut tho northern limits of thecityi
running west of the Cairo & Vincettnes
railroad and cast of tho Ctllow wood
slough to tho best point on Cache river for
To re-locate that portion of tho Cairo
and Thebcn rond which has boon destroyed
by the Cairo A- St. Louis railroad.
Mr. Hauman, engineer, lias been se
lected to locate tho roads, prcparo plans
und specifications, and ultimate of tho cost
of building, &o.
To atttliorizo Nicholas llunsaker, lato
county treasurer, to refund to L nis Houcki
Eq., tho money deposited by him for cer
tain lands claimed by liim to bo "swamp
land" belonging to tl.o county, and for
which tho county refused to execute it
For tho court to subscribe ono thousand
shares, of ono hundred dollars e.ieh, on be
hulfoftho county to thu capital vock of
the Cairo nnd Vincennes railroad compa
ny; and recognizing that sail company
have commenced and prosecuted the
work on said roid In (iccorJance with the
ordurs of the court.
Iloforu V. Ilra., P. M.J
Jos pli Johnson, on n charge of tuing
umitivu mm oujnstvo language, was
charged live, und the porquUlte. Paid
I nonius Uolllns nnd Jcrrv Kelley, lor
lighting, wero Lnud 11 vo dollars and costs,
each, whiell they paid.
Joseph Lchmis was charged five nnd
the trimming for using ubusivo nnd of.
fensivo language. Mr. Lehntis gave no-
ticc ot un appeal to tlia circuit court.
tiiomas Ijiwm nnd Albjrt Kerc. tho
young men urreslel byGhiofof Police
Moyers for stealing a bolt of cloth from
tho store of Greeley &Partier, wero held
over to await tho nctlvo of the grand ju
James UNcal, a negro, arrested by
Marshal Cain, on a warrant sworn out h'v
a colored woman whoso name bus slipped
our memory, charging him with attempt
ing to commit n rape upon her daughler,
a child about eight years of age. Tho evl
donee against O'Neal was very strong
wno witness svforo that ho saw O'Neal
liavo tho child on the floor
und that thu child was groan
ing, 'liie mother testified that
tho outragu was committed on Sundav
ovcnlng whila sho was at church, anil
that sho know nolhinj; of tho treatment
her daughter hud rccuived iithe hands of
O'NchI until Monday morning when tho
child complained of being sore and of hat
ing pains. The child was yestordav exam
Ined by Dr. Wurdnor, who gavo it ns his
opinion, that although she had sustained
no serious Injury, thore was no doubt that
1. - t
mo jiau ie.cii tampered with. At
tho conclusion of tho evidence
tho Judgo held O'Neal over
for trial nt tho next term of the circuit
court in the sum of S00. Fallineto civo
bail he was sent to tho county Jail.
HOARD AM) LODGING.
Mr. T. II. Kills, corner of Seventh
and Commercial, is prepared to accommo-
ditto all who apply with board, with or
without rooms, at prim lowor than nnv
other flrst-class houso In tho city. Mr. El-
Hwps nn oxcelleut table; his rooms nro
n.ni room, high, light and airy, nnd well
tarnished, and wo have no hesitation In
Promising satisfaction to all who call on
"". Mr. Kill, will ulao supply parties
who des ro with unfurnished rooms at
readable rate,. Lnt al lntcrMtc4 tftko
notice . Re,,,o,ber-on Iho corner of
Seventh nnd Commercial.
Wo have few changes to report In thn
market sinew our lint review. Ni,i.,i.,..
facilities aro scaro, which produces dull
ness in every branch of trade. Tho Qr.iln
and Hay markets ero oumparntlvely life.
lets, iitrge quantlos tiro now on hand
HWaltlnu shipment lo points In low. Tin
rates of Freight uru stiff nt C.icts lor dr.v
hbls. to New Orleans and 30e per hundred
for drain. The market is well supplied
with nil sorts of Country Produce nun
prices nto weak.
The weather is cold and utiset'.lod.
FLOUR Is in good demand, nnd
prices are stiff. Sales wore
850 bbls. various grades $5 00(2,9 60
300 " " " on or
ders o 0010 CO
100 bbls XXX 7 25
CORN. Whitu Is scnrio nnd in good
lutii'ind. Tho market is innderatclv cut
plied ivilh Mixed, which would be III good
demand, if tonnauo was not so scarce.
MtOsackt, Mixed, in burlap,
2,000 sacks, Mixed, in dumlecs
2 curSgCiilico Corn, lu gun
nies, del , 6:lc
1 cars, White, lu sacks
1,300 sucks, White, In dun-
dees, del fi'c
OATS. The supply largely exceeds
tho demand, thcro being no facilities fur
shipping. Sales wero
il cars Mixed, in sacks, del. 44c
3 " Galena, del " ... 15c
300 sacks " 45e
1 car V bite, In snck, del... 40c
HA's There is n good supply in tho
market, nnd tho demand is moderate at
quotations. Sa'o were
1 cars, Clover M ixed, del 18 00
1 " " " 10 0020 00
2 " Timothy" 20 0020C0
11UTTER. Is very du.l. There is no
demand for nny thing except tho very best
21 pkgs Choico Roll .-20c
EGGS. Plenty nnd unchanged. Sales
1800 doz 18c
POULTRY.-Is In fair demand. Quo
tation unchanged. "We noto sales of
10 coops Chickens $3 00 4 00
1 " Ducks 3 00
2 " Gceso 6 00
MEAL. Choico City mills continues
firm and In demand. Other brands plon
ty and dull. Sales wero
200 bbls Slcam Dried, del $2 00
000 " City " 2 903 00
100 " Ilechor's Caloric, on P.T.
rwiAiwfcs. Unlet. There is some
demand torsced. Sales were
CO bbls Seed Potatoes $3 00C 00
o0 " Early Russet 4 CO
60 ' Roo 5 C05 60
FOIUC. Unchanged. Wo quote
125 bbls Mess S13
PROVISIONS.-The market is quiet
with little or no change in the ruong
prices, bales were--1
tlerco llacon Hums
I "ciin vnitcil
1300 lb Clear Sides IJucon....
10 half hbls. Lard
SUNDRIES. 20 sacks Clover
.$7 0(1; 10 bbls. Onintis. 3 2.I.
A few red cedar fence posts. Apply to
James Johnson at tho stone depot. 6-4dCt
The houso nnd two lots situated on the
corner of Eighteenth and Walnut itnit,
Is oU'.jred for S'llu on wry reasonable
terms. For particulars apply on the jircm
'H's. " feb24.tr.
in order to make room tor Ills now
stock .it Spring nnd Summer u-tods, Mr
llurger, will dispose of tho stock he now
has on hnud at the lowest possible 11 mire
Mr. Uurgor is now in New York buying
a full stock of new go..d', which b.i pro
poses to sell at tho loweU potslblo living
bTUART 4 CIIIOI.SU.V,
Athcncum building, will opn with n well
selected stock of dress goods, fancy totals
notion', und Indie, und gents, furnishing
goods for tho spring trade, on Tuesday
March, 6th, 1872. They will bo pleased to
meet their old friends and customers, and
guarantee them favornblo prices and
NEW GROCERY STORE.
A. Lcven has op.ined a grocery stora In
tho house on tho corner of Fourteenth and
vvainut streets, where ho proposes to
keep a general assortment of family grO'
ceriiis, provisions, choico butter, eggs, etc.,
and ho promises to sell his goods on as
reasonable, terms as can ha obtained n
any other establishment of tho kind in tho
city. Givohimacull. fubil-JlmT"
Wo hnvo no hcsltaton In recommend
Ing "William Killers, boot and shoo maker
as worthy of most liberal tmtromiL'o. Wn
know wjtprcfore wo speak when wo suv
his work Is bono In amastorly m tnnor nt
tho lowest prices. Ho utes nothlnc but
tho best of stock, nnd ho cinnot be excell
ed In the delicate task of making nn ex
act nt. uivo mm a call at his shon on
Twentieth street, between AVashlnL'tnn
nvonun and Poplar stroet, nearly opposlto
mo court nouso, and wo will guarantee
PARK ER A 11I.AKE.
Parker & Rlako havn ndded
well aborted P.ilm, "Wall Paper
establisltiuont n rcL'iil.ir
painting bmlnoss. They havu oni;ui?ed
Mr. Carl L. Thomas, who has been In tho
painting business in Cairo for tho Inst 10
years, to superintend thu painting and pa-
..uiiiiK tieparimoni, and nil work en
trusted to him, or for which he muv rnn.
tract, will bo duly acknowledged by them,
nnd will bo executed with noatneis and
dispatch. Sign writing, plain and
painting, papor hanging and decorations
o.lsominintr, graining, ylnzlng, etc., done
Goto No. 32 Elehth street. nnH nn
some of tho novel nnd oxcolluut .!
Imporial T.st, and try it. 3-4tf.
ARRIVED A.D DEPARTED.
Hteamer. VMieielroni. Whereto
Con.ot Pittsbtltl! St. Loult.
Qulckttep K vnti-vilif... Mvuris ville.
Ji null) iiugiiii..hviinsville.., .Memphis.
Republic N. Orhnni....Si. Louis.
tin. .J. LuwlOlcmphla S. Louis.
Atinii..... (lini.lniM.il I r . .1 ,l
jllvur Mooii...Olii. i,nall....Meniihls.
"Kbi VutL.Liip.f... Mi I I.
las, IIiiWmiiI N 111.....
)) Cowen...St. Louis Ileluiimt.
Pt''ic Ciiit lntintl. ,.N. Orleans.
I.iitly Lee Ht. Lmila Ited rlv.r.
Mm lisk Jr...l'aductlt I'.doM'i.
IllHit'is Columbus LVniiiiout.
Cr.sciit City N. Orln.itn.
Vilmtic Si Lnuts.
jloUUliiiiieer....Meinpliis St Louis.
CONDITION OF 111 K RIVF.lt!.,
Tho fall in tho river here t tuittnuea.
Thu river Mt SI. Louis win ri-lng n little
yii-tcrduy, with tibntil 0 feet In tint chan-
not. At Pittsburg navigation has been su
ponded Hgulii. At Cincinntitl iln rels in
feet in tho channel and the river it falling.
1 lie lise in thu Cumberland Is gaining
force, nnd there is about six feet on liar,
petit shoals. Red river is falling ngnlii.
UUSINm AND WEATHER.
Uusiness was nctlvo on the landings
yesterday, nnd till the boots hud good
The day was clear nnd cold with pros
pects uf its moderating.
The Potomac Inul u large p trtv of pleas
ure seekers on bo trd, who go the trip to
Now Orleatt and hack, and whilo she laid
In port, our city Was honored by n visit
from them. As tegnrds good looks, our
home folks excel them.
iVmoiig the passengers on the Jmes
Howard is thn wife and daughter of James
Riggs, thu wel'-nowu steamboat agent,
wao goon n trip for recreation nnd pleas
The Jntnes Howard left yeslerduy mor
ning, with ubout 2,"00 tons freight, nnd
her cabin filled with natcngers. She has
engagements below to till her out.
The City ofChestot emtio out with nil
thu freight she could carry, and had to
refuso freight hurc.
Tho A. Raker with two barges in tow,
is nearly high, and dry near Caseyvillo
and if tho river continues falling for the
next few days, they will hnvo to carry
water to cook with.
The Comet with three barges In tow,
discharged a big lot of southern freight
and left for St. Louis. Wush Floyd Is her
The Great Republic pa'scd up for St,
Louis with a big trip. Among her pas
scngers wo noticed Capt. John McCord,
clerk of the stcmner Richmond. His boat
is lull up at New Orleans, but the captain
says she will soon bo out aguln.
Tho" Quickstep came down with a very
The Lady Leo for Red river had
splendid trip, her guards were in the
The Mnllio Rugon filled out her trip
Tho Indiana and tho City of Cairo aro
fust filling out their Hips mid will lcavo
Tint Silver Moon passed down with a
good trip for M.-mphis.
The Howard hud a number of pleasure
seekers on board who go to enjoy tho
plciisutit breezs or the suniiy south.
This is tl.o llmo of tho year lo visit
New Orleans for tho weather is delightful
and fruit und vegctablus aro In ubun
duncc. PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAM HO AT BUTCHER,
City Xiillottnl Itn uk Dnlltlluc.
Sa-P'al atteniuio aid tourdera troin tiesm
II. LEVY CO. PAY THE IlIOIIEST MARKET
Ilclow will bo found tho corrected list
of prices paid by H. Lovy Jk Co., for
hide, furs, feather, wool, tellow, bcos
wax, and all kinds of country produce.
L-jvy & Co. do a very large trade In their
line, und it is a well known fact that they
always pay tho highest prices to be ob
tained in this market. Ihoy are now
Mttek lUt. .
$2 00a 2 25
6 00 a 7 0U
2 00 nO 00
CO a 7C
Reaver, per pound
HIDES, PER POUND:
Reof Hides, Dry Salt
" " Green Salt
18 a 20
Tallow, par pound
Fetithurs, " "
Wool. " "
Rceswax " "
Tito above Price list is subtect to F.rrn
BURNETT & CO.
IlItlHEST CA8II PRICE PAID FOR IIlDEa
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Thornton'a block,
Tenth street, nro prepared to pay tho high
est cash prico lor urtlclcs in their line, as
rnmo .Mink- $1.70 to 2.2b
itaccoon fiuo to CUt
" Musk Rat 10 to 16
" W Hd Oat 40 to 60
" Upossum lo to 12
" Ottor 5.00 to 0,00
" Heaver Skins 0.00 to 7.0(1
JJ to 10c
ureon b tit, kip and calf. 12 to 14c
weer oiitnu 20 to Jbo
For other articles, such as rags, feath
ers, bees wax, wool and tallow, we .vlll day
tho hlghost market prices.
Burnett & Co..
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
Whoro aro you going '' To tho placo
number 53. Ohio levee, whoro they keop
tho best fresh oysters, fish nnd game, and
tbe flnojt wlnos, liquors and cigar to be
found In tho city. Open at ll bouri, day
Jut received nt Ilrtslol A Stllwell'i,
tanned llarlelt Pers,Aprlcots,nnd Muscat
Grnpea. AIo n full assortment of best
brands of othor canned goods. No, 32
Eight street. 3-4-tf.
truth. Thn powers of Mrs. Whit
comb's .Syrup for children nre as f.ositho
n liie sunlight from lunvon, nnd gontlo
and sooihiiig as tin angel's whisper.
Put Fitzgerald, of tho sample rooms
his received the appointment of agent for
the sale of thn Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur-
nana w me Company's wlnos in this clly
II Iho liottlo with which wo have been
favored is n samplu of tho quality of
these wines, then wo aro prepared to say
that they are nmong the best vVe have evi r
tasted. He has Just received a large con
signment, which Im is prepared to sell at
tile lowest (It'll le. lit, li. n n i.,l .
Irtige and complete stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and Ami.eleaii
whiskies, nnd wines ut evcrr variety.
t'tMlMNIOA AMU fUttWARSJIMti.
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
CAIRO, I LL INC 18.
STM peclal attention
Ritsn to cooaignnies.
CJiOSE k VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster PAnw,
PLA8TEUER?8 II A I R,
Corner Eighth Nlrecl ma Ohio !?
JOHN IL PHILLIS k SON,
(Huccetton to Jno.B. I'hllllt.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Hueceatora to K. n. Ilendrlcka A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commisnioti
Vfysl-il-ral Advanrea rrr 1 "ICtSjr
ili Cocslgnrnents. a9
Are prepared to receive, sl.ira ant orward
fruights to all points and buy atd
sell on commission.
atsr-niitlneaa sllende.t lo nrnmpIlT
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
No. 64 Ohio Loveo,
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON & BIRD.
(Successors toHtratton, iludson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
e, c. UHL
MATHUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN. PBOPUCB'
No. a. OHIO ItVfMMt
4ttr Sdj, AlRO.n.l.