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TAKK NOT I OK.
, Mn.e-s.bt will gorern the .rr-l !
r of pMiDttr train l Ciri
- j.u.ii ir.u iili 4:00 .m.
l all. d ilr .
Exp y- t.OOp.m.
I'.lro and si. Lou It ebon Lik.
Amu- V n'
Noihsnteefonrii from Cairo lo M. Louis, no
hnr o'cs.-s Itom Cnlro l Chicago. Eleisnt
tw'tg Koo-n sWtpisg cars on night train,
cheeked to ill important point.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips dally.
t LCAVIXe XOt KB UTT
kl 1 .m. I At ::W
. I At t:.vi
7t II .....m. I At U30 p m
li iao" ' p.m.. At 6 P-"
Hat each way. cents', I" tickets Tor i 60.
Will Uu .when hailed, at any pi "''; JJl1,f,,,
andingler paMngeror flight, norilir.
XVANSV1LLE AND CAIRO,
OUS rOWLEB -.Matter
Will Ware Cairo f.it ETnsllle eyery Sunday end
Thursday eyenlngs, t 6 oYlojt, p.m. ror
f,.,gt or passa.. applet fi40Tl
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Trie plenIlil steamer
Joe t'onbr, Master.
a Clr n'tvf, I r exeeptal)
in K.r mutter pxiifi npplt on bair d or
)4 BtU'li, Al't.
:u.ulerliu.l Itlver IMekt
NASHVILLE, CLARK3VILLE AND
Th splendid tnr I
TOM IIAKMAN...Mler ALEX. HARD.
Will leT Cilro Trrjf Stur.ljr tio'clock p.m.
ftirCUtksyillr, nd Sa-hrlUr. Kor frcifht or
pariaxe, p-l; on Doartf or to
P jn 3 i f V' J A. BIOQa. Att.
BAailVlLLE, CLARK.SVILLK AND
Th Rn'.Unt itatnr
OWLK DAVI3...Mitr I JAS.P. JOtlNSON.. Clerk
Will UT Ciro tery Thursday t S o'clock p.m.
for NnhTill,CUrkiill!Mi ll wy point. Kor
fraiKhl or paaaas PPlt ou board r lo
JanJlf. JAS. BIQG3, Af't.
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
Th food atamr
WIl.ET 81MM3...Majter I JNO. UABPER....CIrk
Will Una Cairo Tcry Monday at 6 o'clock, p.m.
far NathTillr. and all way porta For frdght or
passage, apply on board r to
ian tr jas. nioas, it.
FOR SALE, For Bal t FOR SALE,
IfOR HALE.) ForSalU FOR SALE.
Fare from Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry
Faro frota Glasgow,
Fare from Quee.vbtown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $4820
Warlord, Morris t Oa , gents.
Lirtrpool f'w.Toik and Plilladf Iphl
1B (OXTIICT WITH CXITXO iTATU.aa IIITIII
Fur Carryint; tne Mall.
FOR PASSAQE TICKETS
oa reaTMia iaroanaTioK
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE,
Id Broadway, New-York, or to
II. II o n p t ,
Wahlgtnn Afne, Cair". noli.
The Illinois liitrl 1U I Hfl
ntrlnr sale the loiloMrini; described Iota In Fir
AUUlllonl the Cut cil Lairo. Tis:
Lt t', kloek V). Lot 24 block S:
is le, 27
r Mrais.tU. apply Vu
28 " 12.
" Jl " Si.
" ii " K.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
KESIDK.N I' K-No. It TMrtreaih street, be.
Iiteeu W.shinaion eoueand Walaut street,
Ortii-e li i:oiniiirniHl MVnu. up lairs.
C. W. DUSSISG, M. 1).
rF.SliBNCE-corur.Vinlli aud Walnut
,,v)h'e-!o nr -ixlh tret and Whio lei
oac hours-trom C a.m. to 12 in., and p.m
..ll-WDNEU, M. D.
K'iV.hr..;"" J"" '' 'tree! and
over the postortic.' 0c. 1 L u '"ll,. "X
llliixtUII ani1. hka, 1 ...
a m. and 2 14 p.m.
ALLEN, MULKKY & WHEELED
COCNSELBRS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, 1
Jokn H.Mulkey, CAIKO, 1LLIM0B.
rprtlculsr atteatloa paid t rlrer and ad
OrriCE-Orer Fust Natioaal Bank, Ohio LTe.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willi) H, B, "l
filliamB Gilbrl, J- CAlltO, lLUKOId.
.,Pia. atteotia glrea to Adatiialtr aad
jric-Quio letxe, kooata 7 amb I otib
If . .... 1... t
d. Neryous uebilitv """"?oa rtslor-
marrtax remoi.a. New tnslhei if new ' .t
srrlaie rtmoied. N ,nii.2.r-V'm"t
i lh will I a tegular tiiiiinu mIiub
iVrtf lv'. irtii. i..c.m ,. r. a. m . !;;
I jtSTTiurs a) efniii i M .u.i lli-l.
r W..rk la M. At. Jeg e. Vislm lr
Ja. a. rui,6'')'
CHARLES M. HOWE A CO.,
No. 64 Ohio Lovcc,
A THENEU M.
THE OLD FAVORITES,
uft'i ii np.iv trrm.
W NEW BELL PIECES
THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 2
Will ipf r In llif If Pro!crmm- MiOtf
ADMISSION - SO-1. CHIt.tJltKX U5
IIEMEKVKII NKAT8 73c.
3..MI, 1. (i. WALDEK, MnKr.
Gilder, Upholsterer, Varnislicr and
Fancy Paper Hanger, Mattress
Making and Repairing.
Htaop ea Commercial arcaus
All work entrusted to
Ortrra are solicited.
hi car will recel?
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
In accordance with a joint resolution passed by
the city couueil on the Ith vltlmo, notice is
herrbr liven that eald proposals will b re-
reiteit br me at the city clerk' office until 2
o'clsck p. m. of Tuesday. ih.iClh day of March.
A. I). UM, for all the city printing forth city of
iro, lur uno yrar iruin uaie 01 uoairaci.
All lUa will be subject to the approval of th
3-10-Ci. K. A. DUKNF.TT, City Comptroller.
FOR SPRING OF 1872.
It AH 11LEN, AMDOOSK AND DONE IT AOA1K 1
Owing lo hi tari aal ot
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
he lound it necessary to aiMln ylslt the Easlarn
Market and will return within a few day witn a
jiaausurae atoca ui
He willies to cjll (lie attention of Buyers tu hi
rery complete, Urge and carefully selected
STOCK ODE1 0-003DS
HU goods ca nut b surnanod, nud h
wih those of any houa which you harben aa
cusicmed to ijeai with,
IIli stock will consist of
IBINII POPLINft, HILUn, ULAIUH,
IIKPI'A AND BLACK ALPACAM,
Aud all uthvr sorts of
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
lit also keeps a Uriio stock ot Laces. Trim
niliiK r:mbniideries, a ureal yarlety of Mliawls,
-rV-r IiO"W PIQTJRES.
He also keeu n Tarirlv of t.t.li-' .ml ni.n
Uren'e Hlines uuU Clothing of all elrea and prices.
Hlnck Full illiu Complete all through. Call and
a-ic-tf. t nuitfiKit
Publlrotlou Otler, Halleflsi Unlldlna;,
Just received at Bristol Stllwell'i
canned Rarlett Pears, Apricots, and Muscat
rapes.. Also a full assorttaent of best
brands nf other canned poods.
T. K. Kllli, proprietor, corner 7th atreet
and Commercial avenu,, (Jairo, Ills., Is
prepared to accommoduu tU public with
board by the day, w.ek or munth, at lower
rate, than any other' flru-cla,.C. ;
the city. The rooms are all w, fur
nlshod, light And airy, good sample rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agents. The bouse is located in tbo cen
ter of the business part of the city within
one square of the post office. 4-9-tf
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Having removed my boot and shoe shop
to tbe north side of Eighth street, between
Commercial avenuu and Ohio loveo, oppo
site my old stand, I invito all my cus
tomers to call on me in my new quarters,
where I shall keep on hand and manufac
ture all kinds of custom-made boots and
shoos, and guarantee in the future, as I
have dono In the past, to give good work,
good stock, good fits and perfect satisfac
tion. FuiLLir Bauoh.
THE CAIRO DAILV" DU1.LETJK, TIIl'nSDAY, MARCH 21, 1872.
GENERAL LOl'AL ITEMS.
Probate court la illU in tesilon.
Rev. FreJ L. Thomson Is at bom
Work on the custom house li press
Mr. John P. Holey li In tho city on a
Uit to his family.
, m tins
Tlu-re will be a regular meeting 01 .
the OJd.Fellowi t their hnli to-nlgbt.
The city prUoncri r itlll employed dfy
tn meking repair ontbeletee sidewalk.
Dolta Lodee. 608. F. and A. maions,
mcets to-night at Masonic hall. Work In
M. M. degreo.
Kichboff Bros., the furnlturo men, ore
doing it good buslnes, and their trade Is
The police officer complain that "po-
lice business" is as "dead as n door nail."
Arrests are few and far between.
Goto No. 82' Eighth street, and get
some of the novel and excellent Java
Imperial Tea, and try it. Mtf.
The circus will be here to-morrow
Prepare your half dollars, and go see one
of the best show that ever exhibited in
To-morrow morning at ton o'clock
another lareo ouantlty of tine tobacco
will be placed upon tho breakes at tho Bal
tarsi tobacco warehouse.
Ruv. H. . Thayer, pistor of tin
Presbyterian church, is conttned to his
room bv slckncsi. Ho will, it is to bo
hoped, bo well again in nday or two.
Perry Powors proposes to erect a
framu building for tho purpose of carry
ing on the livory business, near the corner
of Tenth street and Commercial nvonuc.
The proposed ball and festival of the
St. Putrlek'i benevolent society Is destined
to bo a splendid atl'air. The entertain
ment will bi hell aiSchuol'a Washington
Thsre was an iitimcnio row on Fifth
street a few eveninirs since. One entire
family and portions of ceveral other fnm
lltes were engagod in it. Nobody was so
riously injured, howevor.
Engincor Bowman is preparing tbo
plans and specifications for tho new Cairo
and Mound City dirt road. Bide for tho
work will be received as soon as the plans
and specifications are completed.
There aro not less than half a dozen
aspirants for positions on tho police force
As thre Is only one moro appointment to
be made, at least flvo of the candidates
must suffer disappointment in not being
the lucky man.
Judge Bross went over the proposed
line of the Cairo and Mound City dirt road
en Tuesday. He reports the routo of the
road as good as can bo had without mak
ing the road much longer than itdesira
The committee of arrangements for
tbe ball that is to come off at tho St
Charles on Friday evening, April 5th, aro
working earnstly, and say tho ball will
surpass any other dance givon at the same
place during the past winter.
Cairo Comm.tndery No. 13, Knights
Templar, propose visiting Metropolis to
morrow, where they will assist in tho
organization of a new commandery. The
steam tug Cache has been chartered for
the occasion. Tho members will, we are
told, appear in full dress, cquipkgo, etc.
Thirteenth, betweon Poplar street and
Commercial avenue, was tho scone of a
general row on Tuesday niejbt. A lot of
tho negro prostitutes who inhabit that re
gion were on a tear, and becoming in
volved in a quarrel, went for ono another
in regnlar prixo ring fashion.
Tho lecture of Dr.Willetts, delivered at
the a then cum on Tuesday evening, is pro
nounced by those who heard it as a treat
the liko of which is seldom enjoycl in this
"neck of timbor." We have not yet hoard
a single person who was presarit speak of
it other than in terms of praise.
It is a lingular fact that the treos in
this section of country are, compared with
former semens, exlromoly backward in
blossoming. L-ast spring they were
in blossom on the 20th of February, but
this soason tho 'JOth of March is past and
we have yet to see tho first troe In blos
som. "It Is reported ' tnat there is a case
of small-pox some where in tho Fourth
ward. Although we have mudo vigorous
inquiries concerning tho case, wo havo
been unable to ascertain Its exact locality.
However, wo are assured thut the caso is
" in tho fourth ward.'1 ,,We do not bolievo
thero is a genuine case of small-pox in thu
There were a number of cases in
Bross' police court yestorday. Four
men wore arrested for discharging tire
arms within the city limits. Thoy were
flaed three dollars and cost each, which
they paid. Thero were several victims
charged with minor offences before his
honor whe wero sent to thy calaboose (or
terms ranging from soven to ten days.
Mr. John Sheohan is an applicant for
the vacant position on the polico force.
Mr. Sbeehan has served on the police forco
of tho city for'a number of years, and we
believe there is no one who will dispute
tbeassortion that he was a good and faith
ful officer. While on duty he was active
and prompt, treating friend and foe aliko.
If replaced upon tho force we believe ho
will discharge tho duties imposed upon
mm faithfully ar.d efficiently.
Pat FiUgorald, of the samplo rooms
has rec.W.4 the appointment of agent for
aV wf lUra'0od.port, N- Y, Ur
mI NVna1UraPry's wine. In this city
f the bottle with which w. have been
favored is a wmpl, of th,
these wines, then w. are p,.pMeil J
that they are among the ben we have ever
tasted. He has Jmt received a lare. eon.
slgnraent, wlilch be is prepared to sell at'
tne lowest figures. lie has also on hand a
Urge and complete stock of the various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
On last Monday raernlng, Mr. O.
nanny, the popular Commercial avenue
diy good merchanl, left for New York
city. Mr. Mutiny propo.ei U piirclmii! h
Urgor Hock of good thU tuusoti llin Inn
evur before boun kept In liU oUHblUlimunt,
UUitouk will uunoitt of cvrrv 'lncrlpiluii
f dry go.ijj, iiln. , j a.ii-, .uwU, Clli pvtS,
niftUliib'i oil itlutli, window Hhndv, etc,
etc. Tim good purolmtvd by blin will
couimonca to urrivu eomctlinu noxt wcuk,
ft'.d wilt bo opened lintimllutoly und ex-
poiod fur tule. As Is well-known Mr. II.
inja vviu ii.a . .v.?. . .vi
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. . f 1,,,ln1.,i ,
j . tUj cly
Molllo sieri,iBni nn immtto of the
fla, ,0 i i,,...!,,,, .i it. oui from Uiut In-
,litutlotl with lot of (.iol,,1(, thut did
notbulotii to her, Chief Myers win nd-
Tscj f tho theft and nt onco started In
leurc, 0f the llilof. Ho loarnd that sho
had gone to Mound City, mid followed
her to that plucu. Arriving thoro ho
found that she was living In thy region of
'Happy Hollow," and after searching
through ull the cabins of that
locality, finally found her
conceule l undur a shanty, sitting In mud
abovo her ntiklcs and In nn almott naki-d
condition. Tho clothing was recovered
and tho thief brought to C tiro and lolg-id
In the calaboose.
AVehavo no hcjimtun in recommend
Ing William Ehlcri, boot and shoo, maker
as worthy of moat liberal pitronagc. Wo
know wuorofore we speak when wo say
his work Is bans In a mnstarly nnnncr at
the lowest price. He tiics nothing but
tho best of stock, and ho ctnnol bo excell
ed In the delicate tak of making an ex
act fit. Give him a call at his shop on
Twentieth street, uetweon Washington
avenue und Poplar street, nearly oppoMto
tho court liuuvi, at'd wy will guarantee
-Tho St. Louis 'Republican' -ays : "Dr.
E. BaekenstiMO and Int. big show proved
a grc.it attraction to our lull and novelty
loving citi.'iiH l.t-l night. Ai early as six
o'clock the people bogau to gather from
all direction", and at half past six o'clock
it became necessary to open the doors.
nearly an hour beforo tho time, and at half
past coven tho vast asso.iiblngo had swelled
to over three thousand people. Never be
foro l.i this city has thoro been such n gath
ering. Tho opinion of everyone was, that
this was ono of tho grandest exhibitions
that evor came to St. Louis." This mam
moth throe tent show will exhibit at Cairo,
Friday, Mnrch 22d, und will give two ex
hibitions. G', everybody, and tuko your
Y. M. C A.
COURSE TICKETS A LLEQII ASIANS.
Rev. Robt. Collyer Is in the east busily
engaged In tho interest of his church, and
thinking it improbable that ho can bo in
duced to mako good tho engagement of
17th of Junuiry, which through sickness ho
failod to fill, wo offer to those holding
courso tickets tin admission to tho Allc
ghanian concert this evening, -1st i list.
These tickets will bo recognized and taken
up at the door, as tills nunic.il entertain
ment completes the co.irse. Admission 7.3
cvuti. Ticket for salo at tho usuul
Lecture Committee, Y. M. C. A.
Wo havo just received a large stock of
now I'unproved Grovor & Baker's sewir g
machines. They stitch alike on both sides.
We will sell family and manufacturing
machines, with tho privilege of paying bi
monthly installments, giving the purchas
er choico between lock-stitch und Urover
& Baker's elustic stitch. Remember wo
learn you to run nil machines bought of
is. We also keep on hand sewing ma
chlno attachments, needles, fill;, best
sperm oil In bottles, or you can bring your
own bottle and havo it tilled.
In nddition to our sewing niiichino de
partment, wo do machine embroidery,
dress and cloak making, stamping fur
either braiding or embroidery, and nil
done with block stamps. All orders from
city or country will rcceivo our prompt
Httcn,tion. All persons wishing anything
in our line are respectfully requested to
glvo us a call nnd sue samples of work,
18t Washington avenue, between Eleventh
and Twelfth streets. Postolllco box '228,
'i 13 lm. H. F. Good yak.
BURNETT & CO.
CASn PRICE I'AID FOR HIDE
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Tliornton's block,
Tenth stroet, aro prepared to pay tho high
est cadi price for articles in their line, as
follow b :
Prime Mink $1.75 to '.'.26
" Raccoon 60o to 00c
" Musk Rat 10 to l
" Wild Cat 10 to 60
" Opossum... 10 to 12
" Ottor 6.00 to COO
" Beaver Skins 6.00 to 7.00
Green Salt, J to 10c
Grcon Salt, kip and calf. li to Mc
Deer Skins i3 to 35c
For other nrtlclos, such n rags, feath
ers, boes wax, wool and tallow, wo ill day
tbe highest market prices.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton-'i block, Tenth street., Cairo, 111.
Yeah And Neiohs. If horses could
mako thomsolvcs understood in human
languogo, thoy would signify by n ut.lvcr
sal "yea," their assent to tho statement that
tho Mustang Liniment Is tho best romody
extant for ull internal allmonts, and by a
most emphatic "Neigh I" show their dls-
pleasure at ovory attempt to use any otlior
preparation in its stead. Evor since its
Introduction in St. Louis nt tho close of
tho Mexican war, in 18t'J, it lias proved
a blessing to horsonnd iniin curing, with
Absowtocertalnty and wonderful despatch,
sucn equino diseases as sptvin, ringbone,
Hlevil, scratches, hoofHle, Ac., and re
Hovlng Rnd finally removing tho painful
iioni which attack tho muscles, sin
ovs, and external glands of human beings,
li i V?1 b,,J'or"1 contradiction that for
" '"Juf'wor compialnt!l of man or quad
raped, to which n external remedy Is ap.
plicable, the Mu.Ung Liniment Is pre
ferable to eyery other, 8.20-eodAwlw,
Try lliu Java Imperial Toi.nt Hr'stol
HIIwhII' . a.j-.r
A situation as bookkeeper or snlcsmnn,
or as booklioopor and salesman combined.
Ri.'foronco exchanged. Addres, "W. P.,"
poitolDuo box 3fi, Cairo, Illinois.
o (11 i'ii is to bu romovol from its present
ou.Uioii, to tho front room, up stairs, in
the Sjott Wlnte building, corner Sixth
street and Ohio leveo. Thy r.iom is one
oftliu bett in tho city for ui otlt -o.
Til K l.trfLK KKSrUCKIAM,
No. o3 Ohm lovso, U (he plue where
they keui the freshut Ihh and game, und
Oin llncsl wi.-.c, li'iuori and cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty-
live cunt. 0ien day and night, at ull
hours. J. E. Pakk, Proprietor.
HKKAKI.su STIICET LAMPS.
Within the pntt two ot llneo weeks n
largu nuinbur of thu ,'hj lumps of thu city
hnvu been broken by mischievous boys.
The superintendent of thu gas company
has determined to ferret out tho guilty
juvenile., and punish them tu the fullest
extent of thelaw.
Wo hivo sampled thoe Barter & White
house liam,tobt'found at Stratum V Bird's
and havo iu hesitation in pronouncing
them among tho best we have ever eaten.
Messrs. S. !c B. h.ivc plenty more of the
same hind, und persons wishing a llral-class
article should not fail lo give them a
Mrs. Anna Ling, on Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial live
mil'", has jii-t received a lino spring t''k
of millinery goods, consisting ofh'tt, bon
net, ilbhorjs, notion-, eL, eti'., to which
blie ask the attention of thu Indies of
Cairo. Mrs. L-ing will tako pleasure in
showing her goods lo ail who will favor
her with a call. 3-9-lm.
Tho undersigned offers for rent a com
modious storo room on Eighth street. Thu
liouso is new and furnished complolo with
sholvcs, counters, gas, water and every
thing needed. Tho lacation Is ono of tho
best in tho city, and offers n good oppor
tunity to a grocery or dry goods man.
For particulars inquiro of
R. S. CCSDIKT,
Cor. ol Sixth and Commercial.
Mr. Joseph Mendel has sold his grocery
store, at tho corner of Tenth street and
ashington avenue, to Mr. Joseph Bro.,
M r. B. bus taken possession and will im
mediately stock tho concern with n full
and complete assortment of tho freshest
nnd choicest groceries nnd provision
which ho giarantecs lo sell at prices as
low as can beobtaincd from any other estub-
lishmenl in the ritv. lie solicits a share
of the public patronage and promises in
return prompt attention and courteous
treatment. 3-8 dim
I'AHKEK A 1ILAKC
Parker & Blake havo added to their
well aborted Paint, Wall Paper and
Window Glass establishment n regular
painting business. They have engaged
Mr. Carl L. Thomn", who bus been In tho
painting business in Cairo for the lant 10
year?, to superintend thu painting and pa
per hanging department, nnd ull work en
trusted to him, or for which ho nviy con
tract, will be duly acknowledged by them,
and will bo executed with neatness and
dispatch. Sign writing, plain und fancy
painting, paper Imnging and decorations,
cai.omining, graining, glazing, etc., done
at reasonable terms. S-Dtf.
Messrs. Goldstine & Rosonwalcr, Com
mercial avenue, between Eigthtli aud
Ninth streets, tire now receiving from the
cast ii largo and complete stock of spring
goods of every variety. Their stock con
sists of nil the latest patterns of ladies'
fancy and plain dress goods, such us silks,
sattins, delaines, alapaeas, scarfs, ribbons.
buttons, threads, otc. In the way of cood
for gentleman's wear they huve tho larg
est und most complete stock ever brought
to Cairo, consisting of a full lino of ready
mado clothing of every description,
gent's furnishing goods, hats nnd caps,
und in fact any thing and every thing
that should bo kept in a first class dry
goods und clothing establishment
can be found at this house. In soliciting
patronage Messrs. Goldstino A Rosen-
water promise that, in the future ns in the
past, thoy will sell their goods tat liberal
prices and guarantee their customers
prompt and courteous attention. dCt
H. LEVY A CO. PAY THE I1IUIIKST MARKET
Below will bo found tho correctod list
of prices paid by II. Levy it Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, nnd nil kinds of country produce
Levy& Co. do n very largo trado in their
line, and it is n woll known fact that thoy
always pay tho highest prices to be ob
tained in tills market. Ihoy aro now
Mink $2 00a 2 25
Ilou-o Cat 10 a 15
Muk Rat 15
Otter & 00 a 7 01)
Bear Skins o 00a0 00
Beaver, per pound 60 a 75
HIDES, l'KIl found:
Deer Skins 27Ja37J
Beef Hides, Dry Salt 18 a 1!0
" " Green Salt Oal'JJ
Tallow, p3r pound Ca73
Feathers, " " fiOuO'
Wool, ' OOii 70
Beeswax " " 'J5u28
The abovo price list is suhjoctto correc
tion, Marriaoe Guide, Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Prlca
CO cents. Adlross Dr. Butt's Dispells iry,
No. 12 North Eighth Slreot, St. Louts, Mo.
Soo Advortisnmont. tf.
Paul G. Schuh sells llattiuger't medl.
GRAND UAIiiii i
av rut: t ,vm i --t fArnicii'it UENKVoi.i.Ni
A grand ball will be given by tho abovo
society on Easter -Monday evening, April,
1st, at bchcul s hull. Everybody Is Inviluil
to coinu and havo nn enjoyable evening.
CUMMI1TKB OP AllllANtlKMP.NTs:
John llylanti, P. O'Lmghllii. L. J.
Byrne, Jno. W. Hog-in, Djii'I J. Gallgiin.
AltlllVKI) AND lIKI'AltTKD.
HUniniT. Whole fioiu, Whre tu
Shannon N. Orteaii.,. Memphis.
City Chester. ..St. li Uns Memphis.
Molliu Ebctt..St. li'itiis Pittsburg.
Quickstep Kvuiisvillu ..Kvansville.
.1. li'.imsdun... Nashville.
B, Memphis... Memphis St. Louis.
It. C. Gray.. ..Ark. river... Louisville,
.1. E. Raniti... Memphis Eransvillc.
E. C. Elliott. ..Ciiiuiiinali... Memphis.
,1 us, Howard... N. Orleans. ..St. I.oiiK
Gleiicoe Now Orleans.
llllnol Columbus,,.. Columbus.
Jim Fitk, jr... I'aducah Pnducith.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with elthor lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
tcrmsi, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts ollerod on favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. OLYI'IIANT,
D. A. Bokkk, Geti'l. Supt.
Sales A cent. .'t-lo-ly.
CONDITION OP THE IIIVEIIS.
Tho river here was nearly on a stKitd
yesterday uvcnlng. The total rise as tho
gua'.'e indicates is i feet. At Pittsburg,
the river is steadily rls lug, with an im
proved channel to Cincinnati. Vt Cin
cinnati and Kouisvill", tho rise goss on,
and tho river is in it goud stage from there
down. The rise in Green river has ceaed,
uud thurefore hit fallen several inches
at Evanivilic. Tho rapid swoll in tho
Cumberland, lias put moro than 8 feet on
Hurpeth Shouls, and prospects aro good
for more. The rivors abovo St. Iouit aro
rising, and It maybe that tho Mississippi
may be induced to rise u little. At present
that river is steadily falling with about
CJ feet to this place. Plenty of water be
II LSI NESS AND WEATHER.
Tlio windy weather continues and yes
terday was rather ti diugreiablo day, on
account of the dint and a piercing wind.
Straws some time indicate which way the
wind blows, and the same may bo said of
tho dust yesterday.
Buiinetsontholoveow.it fair to tnid-
illini: yesterday. Heavy trains arrive
daily with southern bound freight.
there Is in that trade.
Tho Shannon passed up for Cincinnati
light. C.spt. Betty could have got a good
trip here, and was offered nil tho freight
hi boat could carry.
The Miillio Ebert hid a good load of
iron ore for the Oiiio river. She will ply
us a regular packet in tho Pittsburg und
St. Louis trade at long a tho weather will
Tho Howard and Glencoo arrived from
tho south with but a moderate amount of
freight, nnd were unxin'is to get tj St.
Louis to lo id. Freights for northern porn
ure very scarco nt New Orleans, und as a
general thing the b) its are rather light.
Thoro is u great ilc.il of corn on tbo
river b ink below here, reily for ship
ment, and bouts nre'paid fair price,. One
man camo up yesterday who 6aid he had
five thousand s.ickt in ono lot and was
trying to make engagements with bouts
to take it.
STEAMBOAT BUT0UE It,
City .tntlunnl ItmiU nnllilliiK.
j.Special attention paid to orders trorn steam
oata uii!lit or d.ty.'ho
One form of catarrh begins with uncus
iuess of nose; tho nose Is obstructcl by
thu thickened lining of membriino and
feels dry ; a desire to pick it, bleeds a lit
tle, sores soon start, spread and get deeper,
crusts form od them large and hard to get
away, matter discharges, llcah is eaten and
bono decays, breath very offensive, and
fico becomes dsillgured. Terrible diso&so
Nothing will cure but Dr. Piorco's Golden
Medical Discovery taken earnestly to cor
rect tho blood and system, locally, use Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy, a healing specific,
und to apply it proporly, Dr. Pierce's
Nusul Douche. This rcnclws ull thu dis
eased parts. All these sure means of euro
sold together for $2 by druggists.
Mns. AVhitcomii'h Syrup for Sooth
ino Children. Many sleepless nights
of painful watchlngt, to the anxious moth
ur might bo avoided by using this invulu
able preparation. &-20d&wl20
Fnr.sii St. Louis lager beer just received
at the Excolsior saloon. F. Blunkonburg,
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Rattingor't Fe
ver Drops, Warranted to euro tho chills.
Xmported Malaga grapes ut Joigon
sou's, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington nvonuo. tf
Foil the best St. Louis lager In the
city, go to Blaiikenburg's Excolsior sa
Java Impf.riai.Tka nt Bristol JSe Stll
(Successor to P. Baep.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
103 Commercial Avenu. betweess
Hlxtb ssnd (Sewentuaitreete.
m mi i"
AT nAXT.H' DRUG STORE.
Farm ;3cm.l, LiiLT.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
AM. aiitr TU I'll W1TH0CT TBOVSLB
wiia) 1 fun APE)
W1IA 1. j ORAI'E
WUA ) I QRAPE)
AID ALL nr
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always In stock lu lase supply, and fr sal b
FBE3H 1TS XjIO-K-
or Hale by tbclllass Bottle r Ualloss
HS-Extha Fine Coloonej
tQrGENUiNE Imported Extracts;
s9-Hair, Tootu and Nail Brushes
IsirlNDiA Rubber Nursery Goo7
PURE WHITE LEADJ
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grsdts In arge stock and va
riety, rry cheap;
Full Line of Colors,
osi ib ii oil;
Paint Hrushes, Linseed Oil,
Whll'wML Prjshl Turpnllfl,"v
Vsrmshsi Etc, etc.,
all imp ssD TAotao VAUTiaa
n a a L i a
W V H
Oiii3 Livek : ; Cairo, III,
oaosss raonrTLT friine
FIRE AND MARINE
NEW ENOLAND MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets, over -..S.wix
ANCIIORD FIRE AND MARIN K
Of St. Louis.
Solicits all kind of risk,
oct27tf Agent, Cairo, 111noU.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot amy dcrlplln,
LATH, SHINGLES, OBDAIt POST!,
DOORS, sash, blinds;
Furnished oa shortest notice.
Commercial-av, bet. 10th and Ilfli-ita.,