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TimUW'S GUI0K. I
TIMETARLX Of T1IK ILLINOIS CENTRAL ft. ft.
Oil and .riff .mdav, .- Hill, Ml. Ihe lollow-
linkable "ill (to'i-iu ,ri"' nd depart
nr. of piHtr ualii at Calroi
Prparl-.Mall train, daily inm
jlrHit Vn,i ') Sii&n.n;
i:r' - - rr 1'00,m'
Cairo and fsi. Louis enott Line.
jtrfive ............. ,,.. ...Siti p.m.
D.f,Mf i...... ... .................li:3o a.m.
Jto Liisrate ft '-' from Caito in HI. Louis. He
chsnre e' . from Cairo to Chicago. Flefstat
rso'tf Itoa-n sleeping cars on night trams,
Wage ebeoted to Ml important taints.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Flf F.A.U Tl'.
Will make !' '"P J,,r'
ji - ,.....m. I At s::io a.m
M II .m. At liSO p m,
Al I 30..,.-.p.". I At - p.m.
Far each , 30 cants! 1 tickets for l K,
Will lav . hn h.l., at good luterui-diaie
ai Jinn ; or pjn'piijt'ji hi ii uv
EVANSVILLE AND CAIRO,
ntl3 POWLKR - M.iter
Will UTcClro fjf r.r.BtllH cvtry Hun Jay
YlltiraHltr rTpnlUK, l u oui, .iii,
,11 A 1 1, IIOAT.
Tn ipIrDJiil Ir.mer
ti Oilro VI Wf, it ily eiaeplil) all
m F, P-"Vv5?lllO,.0Arg:i..0r
, ... rfWWWA ' W
Canberlnul .tlver I'.tekeU
KASaVILt-K. CLAKK5VILLE AND
Ibe flfnlfd tcamer
TOM HAKMANMtr ALEX. UAnD.-.ark
Will lor. C ilro trjr Situr.i tj at 6 o'cloolc p.m.
forCliikinllf, and .NMbrllle. For froixht or
cIt, 'P'lJ oa oard or to
jf AdHVILLE, CLAHK.SV1LLE AND
0"lVtNDlViS..M.Ur Jab.P JUII.NSON..CIcrk
Will lae Cairo erf ry Tniirmla) nt ft 'clock p.m.
for Na.hTiiie,Clirk.Tilleiuil hii f poluU. For
frelKhtorpaiiaj. ipplyon u ard ir to
JaoJlf. J A3. HIOGS, Ag't.
NASHVILLE, OLARKSVILLE AND
The (ood Kramer
WII.tT SIMM3.Maiter I J SO. HAUPER....Clerk
Will ltire Cairo every Monday at 6 o'clock, p.m.
for JtiTllle, and all way porta For freight or
Eimzp, appiy on uaaru or to
linJtf JAS. Btoas, ARt
FOR SALE, ) fnrSal. cFOR SALE,
' I Ft sale I
?0R SALE. J for rtlu 1 FOR SALE.
Fare fratn Liveiipool,
Fnro from Losdcxdeiibt
Faro from Olasoow,
Fnro from (Jueenotown
10 CAIRO, :::::::: $48'
iaSord, Morn A Cji
Lirtrpool ew.Vuflt Mid I'hllad'lphia
tta cornier wini vjiited tutu ixu tantiH
For Carr)in tu Malla.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
on rvaiutt urutiiTiuK
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
lSUroaJw.y, .Ntw.Votk, or to
II. II un pt,
Wahlngton Aei,i', Cairn. nnia. ji
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
RE'slDli.S rNo. ki Thirtevnih ilrert, Um.
,V . -"'O'Uion HVtnue an I Walnut .trett,
umca w uniiiemial tenii. un -lar.
U. Y. DUNNING. M. 1).
lP.aiKSCU--onifr.S,iiit!i uud WVnnt att.
LVJh'e jo in -ixd ir-t ant lhlo lo.
iiwuf,- iff in a.iu, ii ii m , ani tf p.in
II. WAUDNElt, M. D.
TE1IDfi?(OH Corner Mnet'n'h ilteet an I
XI -vainrigion avenue, lie t court luu.u nr.
nc over th-, poio;tl:u. u.1l:e hour In to I,
a m. and 2 lo I u.m. j4uHtf.
R. S. BRIG HAM, JI. D.,
Orricu, 133 Oomjikiicial Aykvsvk,
Offl:honr.,etol0k.m.. andlloJp.rn, Ileal
dance, So U sun. .itrt. Cairo. Jill, M.7lm
ALL.EN, MULKEY i: NYUKEHitt
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, )
John H.Murkey, V CAIRO, 1LT.IN01H.
Samuel Pf Whtlor J
aarPtrtienlar attention paid to river and ad,
OFFICE-Orer FlritNatioaal Hank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN J: GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
aWdpecia. attention xlya to Admiralty and
niraiDuuai uuimiif. i
orrici oiiio lktxk, rooms 7 and 8 ovjcr
CITT KATIOKAL HANK,
The Illlnofa Central Hail Road Compmy no
met la r aaje ineiouoirinKaeacrioed ion in rira
Addlilontqlh Oil. o( . Cairo, .
Lot tT block .0. Lot 21 block ,
TSarau.aU. pplte JAME JOH.NHO.V
MM Rl.r v--.AKn,
in . are heret'V notified to ilvt no
rr. .ill ii, w,,e 6 .lah li'.iilith, on iny account,
. I will pa nvueixn 1,1 nvrvi'iurrci 1114, c iiii
nriMi n -spatated by mutual a,r,re hunt.
illlp Paunh. March 7lh 1172.
TAX SALE NOTKJK.
Notice It hrrehr cln to Marr O'llrran, Mar
tin I,coirfi A. Wllii.ni ami J.J, Kifn.ann
each of jon hit at n mle 01 linn iJ '
a'lualelnl(xnti.l r.ontiti.ll Idol, forlhiiclln.
qiirt.1 Half, fun V. anJ dllr.M -cliool fa jra for
tne jrar UlW. M I eol. hl;l at ih- Colut HoU,
i if., .u. Af nir,i. In a ,1 f nniy. oa Hie SUM
day of Jiinf.l"?'. I .uha.il ihn lollowinir do.
acril-o i lots .ituaie in Hip city of Cairo, eounty ,f
Alflndr, ami "latcoi iinnoia, io.ii:
Lot 3t In blnclc 7, taxf a In ihe name of yon, th
I), t I'd in the name, of ion. tho
.till RiarT t'nrT4i, ana iom mn'join ii"VK
aid Martin L'wr.owf tc, and lot 1
In block V), tixrd In ih name or you,
mo aau a. n iiiinnit, ani nil in n nox o't, tain ,
In the mm' nl ymi, Ihn anld J. J, Rlci ! and yon
arc ftirllifr notified 'hat tho Hine lor the re emp
tirinnl raid lota will expire on tho :Hli day ol
Junr, IS72, ,
March B. U72.
noons, SANII. ETCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
JJUILDERS SUPPLY DEPOT
J3j TXKTIX BTJtriT,
Dnorn, Nnah, Rllnda. Monliilnira,
I'Jtvc tint tern, (wood Wlnilow nd looA
rrntnea, I'loorlny, I.atb,
MtalnKlm, Ulazed Nnati, Ulnaed Hide
Light, CJlKSCd Traaaomi,'
Nitah Wclxhla, Hftab Pnlllc and Cerdn,
Blind FoatCMlnga, Roelog
Felt, Hooflfjff; Crraeat, Plaatcrtnf
Paper, Carpet Felt, Wblte)
Iend, L,luaHl Oil, American Window
Glaaa, EngUab nndFreaeb
Plate (llanai, Pntty, Olaaier'a Polnfa
Hewer Plpca Patent Cnlmneyas.
Etc, Etc., Kte.
A OENT8 lor Rock Rlrer Taper Company'-
Hhenthins Feltaad Quart! Cement.
W. Jobn'a Improved Roofing alway
o o jf
c z-t ai
Pnbllahed every morning, Monday ex
Sctiuh ioUi Kuttingcr'a modi
Java Iwpkhiai, Tea ut HrUtol & Stil
Go to Dr. McGauloy fur Ruttlnger'i Ko.
vor Drops. Wurriuiteil to cure tho clillW.
Go to tiik ExcuUlor tuloon for freih
St. Ijouli luijur hecr.
FiiEait St. LnuU Ingcr bcur just received
ut the EmcUlor saloon. P. Ulankcnbiirg,
Lsriso fat, fresh OYSTERS, received
dully by PHIL. SAUP, 102 Coiimierclnl
Go tn No. SI Eighth a;reet, nnJ gel
some of tho novel iind uxccllont Jiivu
Imperial Ten, und try It. a-ltf.
Fob the heit St. LuuIj lii'er in the
city, go to JJIaiikonhurg't Exeelilor en
lMl'OKTKD Mulrtiju grapes nt Jorgon
ion , corner of Twontioth ttroot and
Wuablugton avenuo. U
1 Makiiiaoe Guidk. Interesting work
numarouH engravings 22 1 pages. Price
"' A,l,lr,. Ii, Ilntt'a I)innnrv.
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo,
See Advertisement. tf.
JT,:U';",U",, " clmmbormald.
Apply mmcdiately at A, Uullktin of-
I I ns r, .ocan furuMi uj
ences, th highest wages villi ,, KWen
Just received at Bristol & Stllwell's
canned Jlarlctt Pean.Aprlcoti.nml Muscat'
Grapes, Also a full assortment of best
brands of other cannod goods. No. 32
Eight itreet. 8.Mf.
T. It. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th itreet
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illi., Is
prepared lo accommodato tho public with
board by the day, week or month, at lower
rates than any otber first-class home In
the city. The roous are uli well fur.
niabed, light and ulry, good sample rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agentr. The house it located in the cen
ter of tho business prut of the city within
one gqttar o(4lbo post office 4-9-tf
TllK CAIIIO D.ULV
crown girl to look
. . . . . 1
niiuo pinni arwinn, an
L-t tumi-mlml kioi1 wauri
,Ta. ,.j ' altilatlon will lu
v .ar.1" nllctlu" oHlcc.
Atnpcrinl Tun,iit HrUtol
& S IU
A lndy wlslice cojiying to do.
Dox 7B5, Cairo, III,
HTVAHT A OII0LS0V
opened out in tho aihoneiim building yts
terday morning with n full lino of spring
Business In our police courts wa on n
stnnd still yesterday. Thoro was not nn
offender ngalnst the penco and dignity of
the common wealth of Cairo tried in either
of the court. '
Mr. Robert Cutinlngham, Jr., and Mr.
William Lonorgan lmvo gono Into part
nership In tho commission und feed store
builnesi. Their plate of business is next
door to R. Smith & Coa on Ohio levee.
is still In sciiion. .ludges llrou, McCrlto
and MnrchlMon nil being preont. Tho
greater part of the day yesterday was con
sumed in ,ho exiiminatlon und ulloivnnce
of claims agninit the county.
fcUMlAY CI10OI. .NoTICK.
Oivini; to tho r?pniri now being mado in
tho Prcsbyterinn church, thu Sunday
school wilt bo held nt tho Methodist
church, on Sunday morning, nt 0 o'clock.
D. W. Mu.v.v, Supt.
OATH OF ALLKQIANCE.
Mr. John I). Phillis, nldcrman elect
from tho Third wurd, look the oath of nl
legiancc, to support tho constitution of the
United States, und of tho state of Illinois
and of thrjclty ofC.tiro, yesterday.
By order of tho county court, Jailer
Fitzgerald yesterday released six prisoners
who wero convicted at tho recent term of
thecircuit court of potty larceny and sen
tenced to tho county j .all. Of the six two
HOX. B. TAYLOR.
The 'ccture committco of the Young
Men's Christian Association wero informed
by tolegrnph yesterday that iho ilun.
Benj. F. Taylor will lecture in Cairo on
the evening ol the Uih inst,.und Dr. A. A.
WiUott on the 10th.
Wo stated a day or two slnco that Mr.
Jas. Kenneay was tho contractor for tho
brick work on Mr. John Koehlor's new
brick storo building. Wo were wrongly
informed. Mr. Ilenry Stout has tho con
tract for the work.
Tho United States district court for tho
southern district of Illinois, which con
vened in Philharmonic hull on Monday
last, adjourned ycjteidny morning over to
tho next regular term. Nearly all tho
business on the docket was disposed of.
ALEXANDER CIRCUIT COURT.
An udj oil rned torin of iho Aloxnndor
county circuit court convened yesterday
morning. A number of cisos in chan
c iry will bo trlud, but no other buii-
ness will come belore tlio court, ilie
next regular term of thecircuit court com
mences on tho first Monday in April.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
A. Loven has opened a grocery store in
Jio hotuoon tho coruor of Fourteenth and
Walnut streets, whoro he proposes to
keep a general assortment of family gro
ceries, provisions, choice butter, eggs, et:.,
itid ho promise! to sull his goods on us
reasonable terms as can bo obtained nt
tiiy other establishment of tho kind in the
city. Givehimacr.il. feb21-dlm.
Mrs. Annn Ling, on Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has Just received a lino spring stock
of millinery goods, consisting ofhut', bon
net, ribbons, notions, etc., etc., to which
ho asks tho attention of the InditM of
C.iiro. Mrs. Lang will take pleasure in
'bowing her goods to all who will favor
hur with a call. 3-U-lm,
In order to maku room for his new
stock ot Spring und Summer gud, Mr. J.
Burger, will dispose of tho stock ho now
lias on hand at tho lowest possiblu tlguro
Mr. Jiurgor is now in Now York buying
a full stock of new good, which hit pro
poses to sell nt tho lowest pojsiblo living
Dr. Auttln, it is said, contemplates re
moving from Cairo.
Mr. Jas. S. MorrU, of Ullin, was In
tho city yesterday.
Mr. Lon, Haynoi has accepted n posi
tion us clerk in Mr. R. II, Cunningham's
dry goods store.
Col. R. R. Townes, Esq., and T. F.
Bouton, of Jonoiboro, weru in tho city on
NEW FIRE ENGINE.
Between olght huudrod und a thoiumd
dollars having boon ubcrlbcd toward
purchasing un engino and tlie nccuMiiry
outfit for the hew lourih ward tiro com
pany, u coiuinltteo has been appointed by
tho company una negotiations tor thu pur
chase of u first-class lund ongino tiro now
going on. It Is behoved that with but
litllu difficulty u sufficient amount can bo
obtained lo equip tho company with
'"achlnury second to no organization in
"'E NEW WAOON ROADS.
The city uad, uro mU., thoir heads
tegetherlodevU wv, hnd , or Ulu
speedy opening of the 11I1W ulr, d ,,0.
tween Cairo and Mound City Wli Cll,ro
und Ihobes, Whore thro in a wiu .ro
is a way, and as the city's dailies are uo.nl
on having tho roads opoied, w0 ,nv
safely expect to go to Mound City mid
Thebes within tho next two months over
rARKKR a BLAKE.
Parker & Blako huvo added tn their
woll assorted Palnl, AVull Paper nnd '
Window Glass establishment a regular
painting business. They bar engaged
Mr. Curl L. Thomas, who hn been In tint
, . . . , , . i. - i rk
painting business In umro wr mu i
Jems, tn superintend tho painting and pa
per hanging department, and nil work on
Iruitwl tiihlm, or for whioli ho may con
tract, will bo duly acknowledged by them,
and will bo executed with neatness and
di-patch. Sign writing, plain and fancy
palming, paper h inging and decorations,
cibomlning, graining, glazing, etc., dono
ut reasonable terms, o Oil.
Mr. Joseph Mendel lias sold hlsgrocory
store, at tho corner of Tenth street and
i ashingloti avenue, tn Mr. Joseph Bross.
Mr. B. has taken possession and will Im
mediately stock the concorn with a full
and complete assortment of the freshest
and choicest groceries nnd provision,
which ho guarantees to sell nt prices ns
low ns can boobtnlncd from any other estab
lishment in tho city, llo solicits a share
of tho public patronago and promises in
return prompt attention nnd courteous
treatment. 3-8 dim.
T0IIACCO A ALES,
Tho sales at tho Ballard tobacco ware
liouso yesterday wero woll attended by n
good board of local buyers. Wo nlso no
ticed among those present quite a number
of buyers from foreign markets. Tho
bidding was lively. Sales were:
Lugs 0 GO 7 30
Low Leaf 7 00 8 iO
Good " 8 00 (i 11 00
Illinois Shippers' VI O'J
Three lilnla. bright Kentuoky fine-cured
rejected at $18 3U.
Thero still continue? to be n good de
mand for sound old fillers. Tho market Is
uctivo with nn upward tendency.
REPLY OF THE 1IIDERNIAN8.
The following is tho reply of tho Hiber
nian ilro company to tho note of Mr. Jo
seph Vciruii, published In The Bulle
tin of tho Glh Inst:
Cilm, 111., Mn-ch Slh, 1872.
Jor,li M. Veirun, For the Hough and ltendy
rue uompmy i
Dear Sir: Your noto published In tho
Bulletin of the Cth Inst., purporting to
bo nn acceptance of a challongo from tho
Hibernian fire company, was brought be
fore n meeting of our company on the eve
ning of tho "th Inst. I am Instructed, by
the company to Inform you that wo havo
offered you no challenge whatovcr, and
any newspaper quib tnnt m-iy havo been
published latoly partiklngof tho nature
of a clinllengi1, has been wholly unauthor
ized by u. However, when tho ''Roughs''
boit tho4throw of tho "Littlo Hibernian,"
mado at tho match in November, 1800, wo
will be pleased lo engage In another
throwing contest with them at such time
and under such nrr.ingements ns may bo
mutually agreed upon.
M. J. Howlet, Soc'y.
A TJIO TIIINO,
Tho following Item will bo rend with in
torcst, ns it is nn evidenco of the imme ,so
quantity of freight thut may bo handled by
u singlo boat :
Ciiko, March 8th, U
An Item of importanco has escaped
your notice. A few davs since tho low
boat "Crescent City" took from this port
to So Orennt tho Inri50.lt iimoiuit of
fr-lght over handled by ono bout, viz:
ix thousand mne hundred torn or an
amount i-quivalnnt to sir hundred and
ninety ordinary ireight car luadn of mer
chandise. 'i'hero worn only seven laborers on the
lio.it ; two pilots and two engineer', or
elcvon men in all, to make the trip, Tho
freight was carried ut from
four to eight dollars per ton
averaging six dollars per ton making tho
hniidjomo littlo fortuno of forty-one thous
and four hundred dollars for tho trip
Tills is n problem for railroad men to
solve : Can artificial channels compete
with tho great natural channels nl ho
abovo rates thirty cent! per 100 pounds
for twelve hundred miles of trainit ?
the new store!
Wodeslro rcpoctfully to inform tho
cltizi'iii of Cairo that our Mr. H. Peck "will
open temporarily, nn office ovor W. B.
Rockwell & Co.'s book htore, (front room)
for thosale of theSingorSowing Machinn,
attachment, silk nnd silver tlircnd', &c, of
our manufacture. Any ono desiring to so
euro Iho agency for tho sale of our pro
ducts in Southern Illinois, will do woll to
cull on film ut un early day.
The Sinoer Manufacturing Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
Tho houso nnd two lots situated on the
corner of Eighteenth nnd Walnut streets,
is offered for silo on very rcasonablo
terms. For particulars apply on the prom
Where uro you going? To tho placo
number 6,1, Ohio levee, where they .keep
thu best fresh oysters, fish nnd gnme, nnd
the finest wincy liquors und cigars to ho
found In tlie city. Open at ull hours, day
or night. J.E.Park.
AVo h nvo no heiitnton in recommend
ing William Killer.', boot and shoo maker
ns worthy of most liberal patronage. Wo
know wherefore wo speak when wo say
his work U bina in ntmiiturly in inner at
tho lowest prices. Ho uios nothing but
iho best of stock, and ho cannot be excell
ed in tho dolieato task of making nn ex
uct fit. Give lilin a call at his shop on
Twontioth strott, iietwoi-n AVushlngton
nvenuo and Poplar street, nearly opposite,
tho court houso, und wu will guarantee
Pat Fitzgora Id, of tho samplo rooms
has received tho appointment of agent for
tho snla of ihn lluinmondsport, N. A'., Ur
bana Wlno Compony's wines in this city
If iho bottle with which wo have been
favored ll a samplo of the quality of
these wines, thon wo uro prepared to s.tv
that they nro nmonc thu best we huvo over
tinted, H has Just recoived a largo con-
gnment, which ho Is prepared to sell at
the lowen figures. Ho has ulso on hand a
"h" aim complete, stock of tho vurlout
brand. of irU)l) 8colch im, Amcricim
whisk es, and wlI1(J, uf over vttrjcty,
MARCH 0, 1872.
Tho condl'l n of tho market is essen
tially the satno as last reported, Tho gen
oral innrket Is good, the market Is fairly
supplied nnd nctlvo trade mlitht reasona
bly be oxpcctml If" tho facilities for ship,
ping wero not so limited. Prices of Grain,
Hay nnd Flour nro well siislnlni'il. (JoOd
Hay brings Sl!0 0d2i oil; White Com
57i8c, Mixed, f3c54o, and Cats 43i(m1
ISc Thu Flour mnrkot Is - firm und
Tho weather is fair and pleasant.
Tho market is moderately well supplied
with Country Produce. Choice Butter Is
scarce nnd much inquired fur. Eggsi.ro
plenty nnd prices nro down.
FLOUR. Firm, nnd best grades nro In
good demand nnd scarce. Low grades
aro plenty nnd neglected. Sales were
1,010 bbls vnrious Grade $5 C0!J CO
100 " on orders C 00010 00
300 " Low XXX Spring. 7 25
WHEAT.--1! cars good No. 2 spring
old ut $1 44.
CORN. 1 hero Is no chnngo In tho mar
ket for White. Mixed Is In good supply
und sells readily nt C3c. Sales were
G cars, Mixed, In bulk, on
20 cars, .Mixed in sucks,
3 cars, Yellow, In sacks,
3,000 sacks, Mixed, del....
&00 ' " in lot,
170 sacks, Choice, Mixed, on
t cars White, in iHcks,
800 sacks White, del
250 " " on orders...
18,000 bushels, mixed from Elevator on P.
OATS. Quiet and somewhat dull. We
COO sacks, Mixed on orders...
100 sacks', Cholco White, on
300 sacks, Mixed, del
2 cars, Mixed, in sacks, del.
lb cars, Galena, in sacks,
7 cars, Cholco Northern, in
4 cars, Southern III., In
3 cars, Galena, in bulk, on
2 cars, Mixed, in bulk, on
Hay. Sales nro limited owing to scare!
ty of toiinge. Choice Timothy is in do.
mand und would sell readily if it could b
shipped. We quote
17 curs Timothy del ...19 0021
3 " Cholco mixed del 20 00
1 " Gilt Edgo Timothy 22 00
BUTTER. Strictly Cholco scarce nnd
In demind. Common Is plenty and dull
10 pkgs Common 9cl0c
20 "Cholco 1820
EGGS. Tho market Is well supplka
and prices aro declining. AVo noto tales
8U0 "on 1.
POULTRY. In good douiand and un
changed. Sales wero
7 coop Chickens $3 OOQfl CO
1 Choice Hens 1 2D
2Cdoz Chickens 3 501 25
MEAL. Is in good demand nt $2 S5(jj)-
2 90. Sales wero
1 car, Steam Drlod, del
9o0 bbls ' "
100 " Cholco Stcum Dried
400 bbls Kiln Dried
200 11 City mills
100 " Stcum Dried del
71 " " " in lots on
200 bbls Bechor's calorie
market unchtinued. Wo noto sales of
2 casks B.icoii Clear Sides... Se
2 "Clear Ribbed Sides, dry
C tierces Leaf Lard Ik
1 " Rucon Ham 12Jc
PORK. There is liillodoing nnd prices
continuo as formerly quoted. Sales were
CO bbls. Mess 313 75
POTATOES. We noto sales ol
300 bbls. Peach Blows S3 00
FRUIT. Thoro Is not much In the
market except tipples, und theso nro scarce
and high. AVo quote.
50 bblcs $C 00
SUNDRIES. 25 sacks Clover seed
$7 00; 10 bbls. Sweet Potatoes $3 CO01 00;
131 bbls. Onions $2 50.
H. LEVY A CO. PAY THE I1IOI1EST MARKET
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of prions paid by II, Levy & Co., for
hide, furs, feathow, wool, tallow, beos
wax, nnd nil kinds of country produce.
Levy $. Co. do a very largo trade in their
lino, and it is ii well known fact that thny
always pay tho highest prices to bo oh.
tained in this maiket. 'ihey uro now
Mink 2 00n 2 25
Race on , ,,, ijij
Uou-o Cat 10 a 15
Murk Rat , 15
Opossum ,, 121
Otter 5 00 a 7 00
Hear bklns 2 0U u 0 00
Beuver, por pound
CO u 7C
HIDES, PER POUND!
Beef Hides, Dry Salt
" " Orcon Salt
27 a 37
Tallow, par pound
Feathers, " "
Wool, " '
Beeswax " "
00 a 70
25 a 28
The abovo price list is subject to corrcc
truth. Tho powers of Mrs. AVhit
comb's Syrup for children uro us positive
as tho sunlight from heaven, and getitlo
and soothing us un angel's whisper.
For Sale. A cottage on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. Tbobmtom.
ARRIVED ANJ) DEPARTED.
Hleamer. Where from. Wh-r lo
AV. O Casovvlllo....Cii8oyvllle.
Knlo Putnam .Pittsburg St. J.otiw,
Grand Towir..St, I,.ul Memphis
llowltd Kvuiuvillu ... Kvjitif villo.
"iilsvlllo M. Orleans ... Cincinnati.
Colorado Vlcksburg ...St. Louis.
Cliy ol Calr N. Orleans.
It. A. Ilablmge St. Loins lMlslmrg.
Kuto Kinney. .N. Orleans ...Louisville.
Illinois isuitimoiis Columbus,
I tin I isk, jr...PuUuciil Paducah.
CONDITION OP THE RIVEHS.
Tho river was nbuut on a (.land hero
last evening, nnd probably by thia mor-
ing it will havo ri'en a little from ihu
ell'ects of thu Into rise In the Cumberland
rlvor. At Cincinnati the river i falling
witli 10 feet in tho channel.
No changes in the condition of tho Mis
sissippi to Si. Louis, Tho channel remains
easy, with about nlno feet water. Plenty
of water from horo to the gulf.
At Pittsburg tho river Is falling mid
navigation s'.lll suspended. Cumberland
river Is rising slowly, with six feet on liar
poth ShoaU. At Louisville tho river con
tinues falling, with five feet three Inches
In tho canal. Red river Is still falling.
11UMNES3 AND WEATHER,
Thonmountor business transacted on
iho landing yestorday, was less than nny
day (luriiii: tins week. Still there It no
room fur complaint.
Tno weather yoslcrd y was windy,
rainy, sun-shiny nnd n rough day In gen.
erul. The streets urc again In a muddy
Tno City of Cairo got nway for Now
Orleans with n big trip of freight nnd a
number of passengers.
Capt.Jumoi Lusk was in tho city yen-
t;rJny. Ho has to return to his firrt love
occasionally. "Slch Is lifo."
Tho R. A. Babbago passed up for Pitts
burg towing four heavily loaded barges
containing iron ore. She returns with a
load of cement.
Luke Bernard, late second clork on Ihn
Capital City, has left that boat und now
litis u like position on tho Paulino Car-
Capt. Nick Hacker fills the office of col
lector for iho ferry company with n grace
becoming u kin.
Tile Louisville and Kate Kinnoy passed
up for the Ohio river very light.
Thero is no .Ohio river freight at New
flly Natloual Itank niillillux-
S-peclal attention palu toorder trom rteam
oats ulitht or dav.
11URNETT & CO.
HIOHEST CASH PRICE TAID TOR HIDE
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth street, are prepared to pay tho high
o't cash price for urticlcs in their line, as
Prime Mink S1.75 to 2.25
' Itai'cooi COc to Glk
" Musk Hit 10 to 16
" AVlid Cat 40 to 50
" Opossum... 10 to 12
Otter 6.00 to C.Ot
" Beaver Skins 0.00 to 7.00
Green Salt, 91 to 10
Green Salt, kip and calf. 12 to 14c
Deer Skins 2u to Joe
For other nrticles, such as rags, feath
ers, bees wax, wool and tallow, wo A'lll day
the highest market prices.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Hnvlng removed my boot and shoe shop
to the north side of Eighth street, between
Commercial avenuo and Ohio levee, oppo
sitomyold ita.nl, I invite all my cus
tomers to call on mo in my new quarters,
whoro I shall keep on hand and manufac
ture all kinds of custom-made boots nnd
shoos, and guarantee In tho future, nt I
have done in tho past, to givo good work,
good stock, good fits and perfect tnlUfac
tirn. Phillip Bauoii.
BOARD AND LODGING,
Mr. T. B. Ellis, corner of Seventh
and Commercial, is prepared to accommo
date nil who apply with board, with or
without rooms, ut prices lowor than nny
other first-class liouso in tho city. Mr. Ki
lls keeps un excollent table ; his rooms aro
front rooms high, light and airy, nnd woll
furnished, nnd wo havo no hesitation in
promising satisfaction to all who cull on
him. Mr. Ellis will also supply parties
who deslro with unfurnished rooms nt
rensonublo rules. Lot nil interested tuko
notice. Reinembor on tho corner of
Seventh and Commercial,
(3uccfssor to l Saup.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC,
103 Commercial Avenue, r,ottveen
Nevenlli find Elfflltlt JrceN,
fliiU'tier iird Denier Its nil laluda Freuli
CoN(t, .SiviTKNTH akb Portia BtaiiT.
CUIt i, ILLINOIS.
OUVB and .l.Mighters only Iho very b' f.'"'
j iioai aim anevp, ana ia V"V"' to tab
dmaod for fresh meal, from oua F0AiKf
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. I. ilAI.LitDAV. I'rolden
II KMIT I.. IIAI.LIIMV, Vice l'r inl
A. ll.HAKFOHII, Cashier)
WALTER IIVHLOI', Assistant Cashier.
kTit Tattoi, Koativ II. CrxxixaaiJi,
Ilium L. lUuiDir, W, I'. lliuiMT,
iltu. 1). iiUAMtoa, Hrirma lliau
a. u. t-irrnau.
Esebanae, Coin and United Htatca
Bond Bona;ht and Hold.
DEr oSITS received, and a neutral Unklog
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL llURti, Prealdent:
IIOHEKT W. MILLER, Vlce-PreaUl.ot
C. N. UliOItE, Caahltr.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
r.lXCIIAMIE, coin, bar.k nott as United
IVj Htatea aecuntle. bouf hi and .old.
Inlerxl Allowed 'nn Time nepealla.
ENTERPIU SE SAVINGS
Ctiartere I March 31, 1MI,
CITY NATICiKAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. AFFfiRD, Prid.nt
H.8. TAYLOR, VIccl'rMi.tenll
W. IIYaLO'l, .-kcretary anl Treasurer.
I', W. Hi ECLAT.,
F. M. STucari.( tn.
Fail I). r-CMix,
W. I'. UAltlDiV.
R M. CtxMai urn.
J. M. t'aium.
ISppoalta'it any Amount Rreelved Irons
Ten C'enta Upward.
I NTKIiK'T paid on depaaita at the rile nl aix
1 pe-i-eot. aer annum, March Inland Hptio
tx-r li. I aiere-t not withdrawn Ii fabled lii.mf
dlalely 10 lie principal of the depualti, therrba
k'vIuiC tin in compound Interest
MARRI:H WOMEN AND CHILDREN HAY
so that xo cr tut cax naaw IT.
Open nve. v buslneta dav from Sa.m. In 3 r.m.
an4 baturJ.r evenine lor HAVING DEFOSITb
only. It om t tn 8 o'clock.
au.-uij w. iiinuur, Treasnr.r.
Q'UICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTII
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Sr. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caoo, New York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND AVEST.
pAMeiger trains arrive at and leave Cairo aa fol
lows) mail, ixraua.
saiTi........ 3iS.1s.m .....,.liOO p.m.
I'ts Aii . 4iuo a. in ..aia a ra,
llolli trains cooncet at Centralla wlih train on the
ns, Decatur, nionmlngtcn, El Paso, La Hal
llendota, Freeport, (ialena, Dubuque, and
all imlnls In Illinois, Mistourl,
Mlunr-ota, Wisconsin ami
Iowa. And with
Lines running Kat and West lor
-I. IxiUls, HpringheM LoiiiitiIU,
Cincinnati, Imllaiiapolls, Columbus.
And al Chicago with Miclnsn Ceuiral, Michigan
tuuiliern, and IMtsburg. Fort Wayne
and Cmrago Railroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
Albsny, ll..ion, Philadelphia,
Niagni Falls, Erie, Duttalo,
.New Turk, Pittsburg, llsJIImore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. R.
On an I after Monday, April Jith, 1871, trains
run as lol.ows t
Tasixs ooixo soriMiiiT,
i.eavi Virginia 0:lUa.m
" t-pringrlelil K-.ai "
" Tnyliirillle 10.S2 "
Arrive at I'aua l:j0 m.
Leave Pans ..l;(X)a,m .,
12 34 u.m,
" Taorvile ..l;4
Arrive at npriiigAeld...t,;16
Leave Hpsii,gfiri ,i:ita
, 0.00 '
Ar.heitl Virginia t-.t)
TBAIXS 00 I NO (AVTUSttT,
Mave Edcettoud 6.30 a.m .......10:10 a.
' Flora 8.25 " llitO '
Arrive at Hhawneetown3:A.1p m 0:14 D.ra
TUAIVS OOINO SOSTBWIsT.
Leave Bhawneetown 8:11 a.m J.IOp.w
Flor 'iM " 7:oo"
Arrlv.- at KdKwood S:SO ' ........8:20
Tile 5:311 a.m. irlh from Eiliewood, runs only
Mondays, W.dnt-s.lajs nnd Fridays, sn4 ft:4Ss.ui,
train from S attnerlown Ou Tuesdays, Thurs,
diys un.l hiitanlnys.
lotineets al Aslibind with Jacksonville division
ills we.. '
I' Alton', and
Dloom.nuten, ciua(;ii,iinu an points norin,nortn-
W6lt Hll'lf f
At Tana with Ind. and Nt l.oiils, and Illinois
Central Itnllroad lor all pointa east, south snd
At Hdirewood with Chicago Division Illinois
AI Flora, wllh Ohio aid Mississippi Railroad.
AtHlmwneetosn. with steambnait fur Cincin
nati, 1'ad ucah, Cairo and 8t. Louts.
OIU.ANII SMITH. qen'ISup'L
Jons Poojivt, fJen'l fr'a and'Tlrlifl k'f!
FUIIN AND IUD1M.
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOI FKATIIERN, F.TC,
03 ohio.levi) 553.
nl I! licauoan'l Al'iiu u uron. tnrj
I'Aiersiiii'ir, llason City, and all poll
''At Hiirinirnrld. with Chlcazo and
T.iUil,,. IVnbash and Wnste'rn'