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jI!E CAIKO PA1 liY BC1.LETIK, FRIDAY, MARO'H 22,1872.
. M TS 1orTIIMl.l.l.SOIKSTttAl.'B
'" .hi. ..rival J
. ...train. t Uilrul
1,im ' Mail lrtn,
3.1 1 a.ro.
. .im and as. Loulu rlmrl Liie
- -3:4S p in.
. .r... . -r from Cairo lo fl. l.onlt. '
ilirr ' -4.1 from Cnlro to CMlcaKO. Kief"'
ri r-u wo keeping cars on Biijril ir""
rhK"''! Hi iniport.nt twlnt.
CAIRO AND S10USB CITY
Will mhc three trips d ily.
,,) CUM I lt;laiJnt"i
A 4 -
Ai l. P '
p.m. At n !"
h ay, cent' ; l tlrket. fur U Uf.
. Kh.ti hill,.. I. itt anv 2 xid luterni.'diatc
,g or pmseuacrsor frrUit. novJIir.
eyansville and caieo,
V II lew Cairo f t livAasvilbi .-very Sunday
V.iur.iVy .-rnlin, nt 6 o olid J, p.m. roi
fre r it r pis.Me. "PP'rj ill' j'lA', A K' .
" "OAIUO AND " l'A t) U U A U
Tin splendid .tenmer
Joo 1'owlrr. Mutter.
tei .: Ifi U.(. UnUp rpli) t
in k r Wiht.r P" "n',,r'.'or
,natf JA-l HtUUrt, Ag t.
NASHVILLE. CLAUK3V1LLE AND
The splvtulid tcamer
TOM II lUMAN..Mnler AI.I'.X. IIARn...-.Clerk
W II lv 0 Ini cVHry SituMny t 6 o'clock p.m.
fori 1 iik-v I'", invl .Nrt-livllK'. For Iroittlil cr
iu"rtffp, hii.Ij uu wird or to
'jiiut JA4. tUOOi, Agt.
NASUV1LLB, OLiVHKSVlLLB AND
The Ra'.lant uKatncr
O'tVKN OAVIL.Motrr I J JOIISOSClerk
Wi I limn dtrn errrv I'liiiru'lav nt 6 o'clock n.m
for N.i'.lirilir, CI trk4vill.ini. I nil way poluti. h'or
frfilitoi pidron O 'lird .ir to
JauJif. JAS. HIOi.3, Ag'l
NASHVILLE, CLAKKSVILLK AND
Tim nooil learner
Wll.KY SIMMa..Mater J.S'O. lIArtPKR....CIcrl.
Will leve Clro cvry Mon.iny at 5 o'clock, p.m.
far Niwhvillp, Bil l all iy po'H Kor freight or
.H.,.j1r, apply on bourn r lo
JA9. IHOO, Axl.
IJIM I JTIA AT TI :K KT.S
FOlt SALE, ) For rule f FOR SALE,
Ull SALE. H-or&dU FOR BALE.
Faro from I.ivKr.rnoL,
Varo from I.OMiC.vdkkuy
,Vuro from Glasgow,
Faro from (Jukksstowk
CAIRO, ;::::::: $18'
.sailorl, Morris k Ca
f.impeol .Nrw-Toik and rhllsdf Iphli
DkH CONiaACt WITH CNITTD HilM.iND SDITIIH
F..r Cnrryinj; tno Mills.
FOR PASSaTTe TICKETS
ilh rVKtlll K lhrolMfcTION
Al'l'LY TO JOHN O. DALE,
h Uroa Jwuy, New-York, or to
II. II on H,
Vt'ah!HBt'i' Atrnri., ciirn. nni.
i on ham:
t .v iiiinom tA'iiiriii h i i nul l uomiiiiiy i, cm
onrri. r eme inr I1 lluinkiK'JcrlloI loo lu I-irx
A . i. linn in thr Cnj ol (.airo, ns;
I , i '7 Mock ). lit l blnck (',
if " si, " .; tt,
" t!, " VS ' hi.
r. s, mi ii ttl
" a " w, ' " j s'.
orierni,t. upply Vi JAMT.S JOHN-llV.
AVILLIAM Jt. SMITH, M. D.
IJE-IHEN K No. SI TMrtiM-iitli sfeet. In.
-I Vi l.i IV hinclon arriiur mid Wulnut mrri I
u ii. Uoirinicrm il Nvrnnr, nn tairK,
c. Ar. Dij.v.vr.VG, m. n.
D' Mf tN'GK-wira'r.VinlU .iiid H''nul t.
Hu -'i a -r -utli -trout aa I Uliio lovor,
' ii t.'.iirk fri'iir, n.m to l-'m .iindtf p.ni
KEhH N"'",n"' Mrret nml
Wfealil i(lotl eii.e, ,. ,. ,.u,t i ..,,
ii. . ,v.j t i.. (iu.to.j.iw . ,,u, Lu 'r to ,,;
S ''i. nad 3 in I i in. i.,.i ,f
AliLEN, MULKEY' & WHEELER
COUNSEL(sRS AT LAW,
J-ihif rtiJIuApy. CAIKO, 1LLI.N01B.
riu-lVirtirulsr allrution )ald lo river and ad
R.iri4 ly banio0rt
OKFItia -Oinr Kir.t National Hank, Olilu Lever
GHEE.N k 0ILDEUT,
Mli.mH fillbtrl, ) .. CAlltO, ILLINOIS.
m r.oiitwit, j
ir-Np.. ,it ',)tioB Klvn to Admnaltr and
orncE ciiio lkvkk,koomb 7 ai 8 ovun
CITY KATIOKAL UAXK.
i taw u. con. i
ItufPJ rs-lirl f-rioiiBmnraliorn llier.Trcts if
r"urr,""', ,""''.r" Mahhd
4U. iii-rvou. uru'i iv Lur.d i..' .
Kew red rnn.rkaW. jroild Itoek, ai i?u,f
Ur. ..hi f.er. In ,r,fd U.lo,. Jd "I
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, .No. ,faouth Ninth at.
jUilJor, UM.ol8turor, Wmi'ii'ir
Fuucy r.ipcr Ilnnuor, MaMioss
Mnkin! and ltejiriug.
All work entrusted lo
hi cam wilt receive
1) it y GOODS
FOR SPRING OP 1872.
J". 33 XJ G-El EL.
HAS 1IEF.S, ASUaOSK AKI) DONS IT AHA1! I
Owln?tJlil"lrja silcs ot
FALL AND WtNTKll 0001)3
ho loiiiulil niTM!irv to .in Yilt Kn.icrn
MiirUtt iinil will itlurn wiima Ui d.iyjw.tna
linu'loxiie ftock ut
IIpwUIux toe ill 111" nllvntDn of Iluyf r In his
Tcry coiniliic, I ne nnJ tarefully snltiitcJ
It' rii'l cm mil be
mr;mtl, nail , lie
tunc. In it I'omp.iilioll ul
G-OOIDS A-lSTTl PEICES
wl'h tlioionf f.nv linitno which jou have been no
t:utciiir.l M ilmi with.
Hi? rt-iek will '".nint ot
iuisti i3:.i:;. sii.kk, im.aids,
iir.t,i's .?;: vt::t au'U1 im,
And all oihrr i-nrls '
S U M 31 E 11 1) 11 ESS Ij O O D S. i
He nlo licrpn n l-rno ni.uk "t lAPM.iTrTm- .
ml'i; i-.mii-ill rtw, a nrwii vjru'ty ur Hlul,
Ci.i.ii- aid CsiiiK'tL's
It a'o kerns n vsrlrlv of l.ndirV niH Cliil-
drrnVslini"! and Clothing of nil lic and rii--i".
lurk Full iiiij coinplcti-ull IhroliKh. Cill and
iipe, for It Hill viy,
.I.IU.II. J lllll'..K.
1 II L. S A U V,
lSjoeosor to 1. Hiup.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
103 C-'omuiprcliil Avruiie. bottrocn
Nlxlli anil Nd vcalli .ilrei't
I'ubllralloii lllilir, liiilli lln l'.iillilliiK,
Vllliinu'!oll Am imii'.
Just rncclvud at Uristol & StllwcWs
canned Harlult Fears, Aprlcots,um Muscat
Grapes. Alo a full nssorttnont of best
brnnds of other canned oods. No. S12
Eight ftreet. C- l-tf.
1IY THU CAlltO .ST. lWTIUCK's UHKEVOLEXT
A grand lull will bo given by tho nbovo
fneiety on Easter Monday evening, April
1st, at Scheel' hull. Evoryboly Is invited
to como nnd havo an enjoyable evening.
committui: or auuangkm r.jrra :
John Hyhmd, 1. O'Liuhlin. " L. J.
llyrne, Jno, Jlogan, Dan'l .1. Gniigtiu.
T. II. Ellis, proprietor, corner Tth street
nnd Commercial uvciiuo, Cairo, III., i
prepared lo aci-omnuid.-itu the public with
board by tho day, wools or month, at lower
rates than any other llrst-class ixmso in
tho city. Tim rooms are all well fur
nisliiul, li'lit and airy, good sumplo rooms
fur tho licciiminudaiiijii of Commercial
agent. Tho Imtito U located in tho cen
terof iho business part tif the city within
olio npiaro til tlm pest ol'l'.-e. -i-9-tf
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Having romoved my boot and shoo shop
to tho north sido of hilitli streot. botwei-n
Coiiimorcial avoiiuo and Ohio luvoc, oppo
site myolJ t i:iJ, I invito ull my cus
tomer to fill on ijij in my now rjiiartori,
where f nlnill l;iep on linn 1 mid manufae-
turo nil kinds of cutum-tnudo boots nnd
shoos, mid gtianiuteo in tho future, as 1
havo donu in tho past, to ;ivo fjood work,
good stock, good flu nnd perfect sntUfac-
llcn, Pini.r.fi. ititrnii
Wo havo JuMvim loc)of
newlunproved Grover & U,C'. scwl, r
machines. They stitch allkoo,, b,,.,.' . .
Wo will sell family Mli uy,MZ .
machines, with the privilege (Jf paji,
innnthly Instnllmenti, K'tvlii); tho iniri hiu.
ors choice between loel;.tlti h ami tirovur
& Ilalier's ol.istie etlteh. Roineinbur we
learn you to run nil machine bought of
i. Wo filso keop on hand sewing mu.
chine utlnchmuntf, ncodlos, silk, beat
sperm oil in bottliw, or" yon can bring your
own boltlo mid havo itlillvd. . .
In addition to our sewing machine de
partment, wn do machine embroidery,
dress and cloak making, Humping for
cither braiding or embroidury, nnd nil
done with block .lamp. AR onWs from
city or country will receive our prompt
attention. All persons wi.hlng anything
In our lino nro rospoctfully- ruuiui.tud to
givo us n call mid son s.tmpluti of work,
J 83 Washington uvonuo, between Eleventh
and Twelfth streets. I'ostolrico box 1!28,
8 13-lm. n, F. Goncyaa.
OEHKilAL LOCAL ITEMS.
. . ' ' ..v .
:JIp. H. II. Fix, of iirpliyboro, was
,ii illicit v vrlprKv.
IS u'iui' tiiu n o of tti'j.tsuo ut tlio
jli.Kniil .iniliuuib tb-JiiV nl ion o'clock.
Tin WHiithar yoilur.lny w.u pJonmit
in i ii n ii illmi bow'ii for aovur.tl ila.V l'ut. I
'l"io himw will bu hro to-J ly. Ol
cottric, ttiort) will bj crowJu 1 houui day
AltPtiJ tlio lob.uxo al4 to-Jiiy nt tho
lJullurd wnroliouiu. S.ilci commenco ut
loj o'cto'-'k u.tn.
If you wnnt lo tiiulio tho children
hnpiy, yn toS.mp's ixtid buy thorn eoino of
liii "htillor i-ootoli." It is yood.
Mr. JiMcph S. AtideMon, nn old-tlmo
Oniroito, dlwl liitt wueU ut St, .losoph, 3Io,
whtuh li.ts bcun his bniiio lor omo years.
Tiial in will glvo . anothur of Uiolr
njilun.iU putfonnaneos o'n Sunday ovonlng,
Tho programmo will bo published to-nior
Mr. lLinry Schick 1ms opened a now
birber shop in the Fourth ward. Ho In-
vitos lili friend, nnd tho ullizons generally
of th.it wnrd toc.illaud so) him.
Uhv. .1. Ilradlev Is in troublo naaln. U
Tt.. 1.... l...nn omul C.ii. itmntii lnrrhn ilnri't
know oxiwllv what fjr. Tho trii.1 will
111! nil: iruuii BMtvva vt ; w u -
probably come oif to-day Loforu JuJgo
A f.irmar of tho uppor p irtlon of Al-
oxnndor cou.iiy sold u bono u few days
Inc.-, tun giintlem.ni who lives in ArU.in
sn, for tho h:itidioiio sum of tliirluun Iiun-
drod dollar. Tliiiliore waisiiippod for Ar
kann.is on tho Capitol City yoilord iy mor
It in said that a caso of smalbpos ox
Ists in ii f.imlly rolditig uo.ir t'.ui court
Irhhc, an 1 that notwithstanding tii fact,
four hildrun of the family nro regular nt
taiidaiil nt the iiubll .' eliniii. The timllcr
wni brought t the ntviiilon of tho sshool
diroctor yustcr :
"Mr. Louis Hoiiek, of Capo Girardeau,
snys tlio Comiuurce 'DispnUh,' L epukun of
ua tho democratic ctitidtdiuu for kttorney
genpral of Missouri. Ho lias all tlio nec
essary qualillcations and no bettor man
could bo selected. Ho has tho legal learn
ing and industry that must distinguish
him us ii jurist."
Wo iiiaKo our ucknowlo Igomonts to
the MoDonougli county stock association
forn complimentary ticket to Ihcir third
annual meeting, which takes place on tho
3d, 4th and Alh days of July next. As
nonobutMcO.jnoiigh stock cm compnto
for inside premiums, we havo docidud not
to tako any of our blooded stock with us.
Usury Smith and Sol. lligins, acoup
lo of stjamho.it roustabouts, were gobbled
by Marshal Clin on n charge of fighting.
S'launessy lined Hagins tivo and tho costs;
while Smith was let otl'on tho piyment of
costs of trial. Hngins "forked over," and
was discharged. Toba Kelly, for disor
derly conduct, was nssotsed tho usual live,
live and tho trimmings, which ho paid.
W'! had thu pleasure of meeting, on tho
Idlewlld yesterdiy, with Jtidgo David
Il.ikor, nf Cairn, iiihI Jukn Eut. Eq , of
.ifetronolls on their w.iv up thu rivur to
ittieud court. It has been n long time
feir.ee wo met cither of them before, but
tbuy both look no pli'ti-s uit mid natural as
ever. I'aducah 'ICiititueUuui.'
Of C'liir!', Cairo people always look
pleasant, at d being with thorn, has the
saiini effect on every body oho.
Wo have no lusjitaton in recommend
ing William Killers, boat and shoe mnkor
as worthy of nviht liberal p itronago. Wo
know wlierefum wo speak when wo say
liis work is bona in n itiii'terly mmiior nt
the lowest prices. He uses nothing but
the best of itook, and iio cuinoi bo e.tcell
olin the dolieato task of miking an ex
act lit. Givu him a call at his ihop on
Twentieth street, between Washington
iivenuu and lVplar street, nearly oppoiito
tlio court house, and wo will guarantee
Old tobacco grower persist in saying
that this has ben thu most dinicuil si.istiti
1 1 prepare toh-icco for markut sinco tlie
year ISIS. That year, if any of our read
ers remember, was similar in many re
(poets to thu present. We nro informed
by an old gotitlem.in from Virginia tliat
the tobacco of that year did not cumu in
"cau' until .May. nnd wo fear if tlio
present wo.ithor continue, our receipt?
will bo light for .oinu ti.no to come.
On last .Monday morninp, .Mr, C.
Ilniiny, the popular Commercial nvonuu
diy goods merchant, loft for New York
city. Mr. Jimmy proposes to purchase n
larger uloe'i of goods this season than has
over befurobtfun kept in his establishment.
Ilisstock will consist of every description
of dry good", nil k, satin, shawls, carpets,
limiting, oil cloth, window Hlmde.s, otc,
etc. J bo good i)urciiaed by Iiim will
comiiionco to arrive eoiiictluiu next woek,
ind will bo opened immediately nnd ex
pose 1 fur sale. As Is well-known Mr. H.
lias always sold hL goods as low as tlio
lowest, nnd ho now oilers butter inJuce
ineiits than wore over b'iforo obtained in
dry goods in this city.
Wo lnvo occasionally hoird of cor-
Uln iiiambsr of tlio human family de
ntinciatnd ns "quoor ehickons," but wo
havo nuvor seen or lieard of quitu so queer
ns tlio ono dojcribod in a Into num
ber of the I'aducah ' Kontucklnn ':
One of our subscribers, Mr. W. W. Ad-
nm, of lluas Station, has laid an ogg on
ii ir table we mean that ono of his
h 1'iid the ogg and ho brought It nnd
.... ,u u on our laoie, which, in its way, is
. ... "-."..J. tl.lll. IIII.II, HUM
i v r" r,ni,ui wii'i P"H iiiiout
a, ,M wifVf l Uvu It has
" "Ped white' face on ..no
tlcalulK io,;r',,l ?b!u 10 i"torPr,,t
tl... next pr,.ki,K.,1tll ulo in a, i 'l0n "l
o.ii.servat.vo mm ,)l0Bi,.a i ' 1 l '"rU
tbnf. ull wo know aboui Ul" U"3
-Pat Fltzgornld, or ti,0 81lmi,,0 t00mj
hss rccolvod tho nppulntinent of ngont for
tlio snlo of thu Hammondsp'irt, N. y. i,jr.
batm Wlno Company's wines In this eliy
If the botilo 'with which wu Imvii been
favored is n S'tinplo of tho qiialitv uf 1
those M,,oS tlieri wo are pmwod to uv
that they ro amon- thu hot we havo over , slsu 'of mi i , riwty' Tlloir Uock co"
tuned, He h,s just received a large con-1 fancy nnd plain V"""' a,0'
-gnment, which h, is prepared to sell nt ssttins, diliX
thii lowest figures. Uo lui alto on hand .
l.irgi; mid uoinplet'i stock of tho Yitriout
linuids ot Irish, Scotcii nnd Amorldan
whi"!;!'-"1, mid wiuus of tiror irtrty.
llfivvoon teii mid eleven o'clock Inst
night, .loiliu.i (Jlurk, it toditlt of Seventh,
bulwucn inlilngtoii HTcnue.und Wulnut
trect, met with un ticcident Unit inuy
pi'iMhly result In tho los of hU riyiit log
Uo wus cauKht between tho nosing of tho
At..ni. ii. i. r it.n Mnbilu
nr.il Olitn whiirflmnt. criutilnif his limb In
n friishtful mntinor. Dr. Gordon was Im
mediately summoned, and rendered tho
unfortunate man ull tho nssistanco in uis
-Our citizens nnd show-going peoplo
of Cuiro must not forgot that Ilacken-
stoso's Circus, Muteutn and Menngerio I
makes its utitrco In town to-day ana will
givo two exhibitions. At 1! p.m. a grand
mallnoo for Indies and children, and at
night nn onliro change of progrnmmo.
Fli this orgmUitbm nro many woll known
art iiits. umonc whom nro .11 rs. amines
"Wiirner (furmerly Mrs. Dan llico), MIIo.
(jfoio, Iho "Iron Lndy," who with her
tiialo partnor, llarry Clark, performs feats
0n the trapeze novor bcioro atteinptod by
female. Happy Jck Livwton, tho Iav-
orlto clown, who "can't oult." In the
mcnngerlo are many are animals, but the I
most wonderful of all Is n snow wnuo
deer; tho only one of tho kind known in
tho world. Wo hope parents will go nnd
take their children to see this, if notli
ing moro. Look out for tho music by the
monster strain calliopo. Prof. Frank
Spurlcs' brass band, and the salute of nrtil
lerv which will announce thoatrivalof
this monster organization in Cairo.
The City Shoo store, the popular re
sort for boots and shoes, has just received
tho largest and finest stock of boots, shoes
nnd slippers from the renowned Brolnskl
fucturv, ever brought to Cairo, nnd nre
nuwfiillv prepared with their truly mag
nlllccnt stock to supply the spring trade,
bevond nil competition, with a llrit-clnss-
nrticlo, cheaper than lower grades of boots
nnd shoes nro sold elsewhero in tho city,
Their stock consists In part, of ladies'
misses nnd children's shoes and slippers
01 VOIVOt, lllSllllg vrgc, ruvui, ii):iivii,
kid, morrocco, goat, etc. gentlemen,
youth and boy's, morrocco and
calf-tongue boots, urinco, Al-
borts, oxford tics, etc., etc,
Tlio city shoe store Is tlio established
nnd solo ngoncv In tho city for thoso
goods, nnd the public testimony to their
merit, wnrrnnts the proprietors to say that
they aro tho best goods manufactured.
Our long abused citizens iu this regard
may now, if they will, avail themselves
of a pair o( boots or shoos warranted to bo
made of gonuino full stock, only, and will
not rip or burst out. So no mistake may
arise each pair bears thoir stamp. "City
fahoostoro." They solicit their patrons
nnd public, to call on them and examino
their stock, to whom wo proiniso prompt
and courteous attention.
For satisfactory reason tho advertise
ment for bids to do nil tho city printing
for the city of Cairo, is hereby withdrawn
until lurtlior notice.
E. A. Burnett,
Cairo III. March 21, 1872.
Try tho Java Imperial Tca,nt Bristol
& Stilwcll'a. 2.&-tf.
A situation as bookkeeper or salesman,
or as bookkeeper and salesman combined.
Rsferenco exchanged. Address, "W. P.,"
postofllco box 33, Cairo, Illinois.
THE LITTLE ttENTUCKIAN,
No. 53 Ohio Ieveo, is Me plnce where
they keop tho freshest flsh and game,- and
the finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty
Uvo ccnts.Opon day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Tho undersigned ofTers for rent a com
modious storo room on Eighth street. Tho
house is now and fiirnishod complete with
shelves, countors, ga, water and ovory
thing needed. Tho lac.ition is ono oftho
best in tlio city, nnd offers u go-xl oppor
tunity to a grocery or dry goods man.
For particular inquire of
R. S. CuNiurr,
Cor. ol Sixth and Commercial
Mr. Joseph Mendel has sold his grocery
store, nt tho corner of Tenth street and
v iishington avonuo, to Mr. Josoph Uross.
-Mr. u, has taken poisesslon and will im
mediately stock tho concorn witli a full
and conipleto asscrtment of tho freshest
and choicest groccrios and provision!.,
which ho gnarantoes to sell at prices as
low as can boobtninod from any other estab
lishment iu tho city. Uo solicits a sharo
of tlio public patronago and promises in
roltirn prompt attention and courteous
treatment. .1-8 dim.
TARKER A BLAKE.
Parker & Ulakp havo added to their
wull assorted Pulnl, Wall Papor and
Window Glass cstnblishmont a regular
painting business. Thoy havo engaged
Mr. Carl L. Thomas, who hhs been in tho
painting business In Cairo for tho last 10
years, to suporintond tho painting nnd pa-
por Hanging department, and all work on
trusted to him, or for which ho may con
tract, will bo duly acknowledged by them,
nnd will bo executed with neatness nnd
dispntch. Sign writing, plain nnd fancy
painting, paper lunging and decorations,
ctl.omlning, graining, glazing, etc., done
at rcasonablo terms. j.otf.
lo'irs. Goldslino & Jtosonwalcr, Corn
'"ercial avenue, between Elgthth and
Mi.th streets, nre now receiving from tho
t'avi n. luffOA i .
cod. ... .,.""UC0'nPluw stock of spring
H and most complete stock ever brought
to Cairo, consisting of a full line of rpmlv
made ololhlnj?" of every
jrnnt'a f-irnlti,n ; g io !, Lnt
mm in fuel any tiling and uvury tin li
that should bo kept In a first clnss dry
goods nnd ulothlng flstnbllshment
"im. V.IK, .
can bo found at this house In soliciting
patronngo Mosth. Onldstluo & ltoiun.
wator protnljo thut, In tho futuro ns In the
wm sell tiiuir goods ut iibornl
prices nnd gimnwiloo tnoir customers
prompt and courteous attention. dOt
nURNETT & CO.
hiohkst cask rntCK r.vtD roii hides
Messrs. Durnctt & Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth street, nro prepared to pay tho high
ot cash prico for articles in their line, as
Prime Mink $1.70 to '2.1b
Karcoon CUo to CUc
Musk Hat 10 to 1C
Wild Cat 40 to 0
Opossum... 10 to 12
Oilur &.IK) to C.00
ltcaver Skins COO to 7.00
Orcen Salt 01 to 10c
Green Salt, kip nnd cull'. Yi to 14c
Deer sums 'lo to 30c
' For other articles, such as ram, Tenth
crt) jjee, WftX( wooj ttnj tallow, wo will day
lno highest market prices.
Thornton's block, Tmith itmet., Cairo, III.
II. LKVT A CO. PAY TUB UIUURST MA1IKET
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of prices paid by H. Levy & Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tr.llow bees
wax, and all kinds of country produco
Lovy & Co. do n very largo trade in their
lino, and it is a well known (act that they !
always pay the highest pricos to bo ob
tained in this market. They aro now
Mink Z2 00a 2 25
Wild Cat 60
HouneCat 10a IS
Musk Rat - la
Otter 5 00 a 7 00
Rear Skins 2 00 a G 00
Beaver, per pound CO a 76
HIDES. l'KK rOUXD
Reef Hides, Dry Salt
" " Green Salt
Tallow, par pound
SO a 05
f eathers, " "
Wool, " ....
Beeswax " " ....
CO a 70
25 a 28
The above price list is subject to correc
r PORT LIST.
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
Steamer. Where from. Where lo
Lrmlsvilli! Cincinnati. ..New Orleans,
Capitol Citv...St. Lr.uis Vicksburg.
M. J. Vicks...N. Orleans . .St. Louis.
Ark Belli! Kviinsville...Evansvlllo.
M. K. l'oo Red river St. Luuis.
T. Dunn St. Louis.
St. Joseph Memphis St. Louis.
City of Cairo..N. Orleans.. St. Louis.
Indiana Now Orleans.
Jim Fisk, jr... I'aducah Piducnh.
Raven Louis villr.
Illinois Columbus Columbus.
BIO MUDDY COAL.
. Steamboats supplied ut any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest.
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
torms, at tho yard nt Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts otlered on favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. Olypuant,
D. A. Bokke, Gcr.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-10-ly.
CONDITION OF THE RIVER.
Hero tho river has commenced falling,
and has declinod about 3 Inches during tho
past 24 hour. Reports from the Ohio
nbovo says, that it Is falling from Pitts
burg to tho mouth.
Tho Cumberland river in order to keep
step to tlio mus!:, has bugun falling and is
doing so with a rush.
No change to report in tho condition of
tho Mississippi river. It is still gradual
ly falling, but cuts out enough to keep the
channel to tho depth of CJ feet.
Tho fall in tho Arkansas river contin
ues, and tho channel is very low.
At Shrevcport the river is slowly fall
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
The landing indicated a busy timo dur
ing tho day, nnd a considerable amount of
freight was handled.
Tho weather during the present week
hns boon very disagreeable. "Wednesday
night was vory windy, making it almost
impossible for a boat to land without hurt
ing something. Yesterday it moderated
somewhat and wns inclined to bo pleas
Tlie Louisville had on board the heavi
est trip sho has had for many a day. Her
guards woro filled with stock, and thoy
wero standing in soveral Inches of water.
Her cabin was llllod with paongors.
i no Thompson Dean arrived all right
YGSterdiiv nuirnlnrr ilratvln.. all ........ I
b, nn .im ffmur
thofe wns in the chnnnol. Sho laid up
at Commerco on account of tho woather.
Sho filled out hnro with nil sho wanted.
Tlio M. J. Wicks had sovoral hundred
tuns railroad iron for St. Louis.
dipt, Jim Tschudi was very anxious to
know how heavy tho ico was In the Missis
Tho Capitol City nrrived on time with a
fair trip and remained 18 hour reooiving
freight, nnd when sho left horo sho had a
Tlio Jim Flsk Jr. it having n good sized
toxns built aft of her pilot house for the
uso of her officers; the passenger Undo
betweon horo nnd Paducnh is so great that
her cabin is too small to accomodate ber
officers with caso.
Tho City or Cairo passed up for St.
Louis with a moderate trip. Capt. Dlx
lft her horo nnd goes through to St.
Louis by rail, and Jim Biggs says ho got
on board the right train this time.
Capt. Dugan has been In St. Louis for
buttons, threads, w. lu U nv ol goods
lor Rontleman's wear ther haa thu tare
thu pmt fUw dny, bat Is expested hom
I IM lilt. Til In It yl LIHRravilAmml til
soo u circus." Sinco ho has boon gone, his
ooai Jickcrl lias been painted, and Is in
good ordor for n long working spell.
me Indiana will turn back to Now
"leans,. Bho will find Dlnntv of freight
nd fair rates. She hns boon running be
tween horo and Now Orleans for somt-
time, and.has.novor made aloslnetrip.
PHIL. IIOWAHD, .
Clljr national Bank nulldlMsr.
aJ'pMUl attrntion paid to orders from stm
otts nUM or dur.tra
Mrs. Anna Ling, on Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has just received a lino spring stock
of millinery goods, consisting of Initi, bon
nets, ribbons, notions, etc., etc., to which
she asks tlio attention of the ladies of
Cairo. Mrs, Ling will take pleasure in
showing her goods to all who will favor
her with a call. 3.'J.lm.
Marriage Guiijr. Interesting work-
numerous engravings, 224 pages. Prico
60 cents. AdJross Dr. Halt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Sco Advertisement. If.
Mus. Whitcomii's SYitur for Sooth
ing Chiluke.v. Many sleepless nights
of painful watching to tlio anxious moth
er might be avoided by using this Invalu
able preparation. G-20d&wl20
Fresh St. Louis Ingcr knur just received
at the Excelsior saloon. F. Blankenburg,
Go to Dr. McGauloy fur Rattlnger's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure the chilli
imported Malaga grapos at Jorgen
son's, corner ol iwonuem street ana
For tiik best St. Louis lager in the
city, go to Blankonburc's Excelsior sa
Java Imperial Tea at Bristol & Slib
Paul G. Schuh sells Rattlnger's medi
71. FALL WINTER. 72
C. H AN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, BXTBA,
f BLACK ALPACAS
LARGE STOCK OF CARP.TINO
Mia Bat tire Btaek Mow C'laalssa; Out
VERT LOW FIOUREB.;
COBNBB 8TH IT., AND COUMICIAL-AY,
W1IO I.MALE CROCKRS,
Also, keep eaasUetly on band a moat 'com'
plate atoak of
BCCTCB AND IRISH WHISKIES
-O I N H,-
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Wine
B aUlTi.1 , F?i ,fl! Ie'u"l"ly tor cash, le
U. which fact they lavlta the especial atteo.
uoa ol elote bargain buyers.
Spwal ntUntinn gtven to Filling Oritur.
J OH SATE, rroBi-tetor.
loe C-ramereial Avenue, CAIUO, ILUKOHJ
Best brand of Oalifo. ilxrsjat reeelvee",
BILLIARD laleoa turulshad wilhlke Wet el
tables and bar supplied with wlaes, lieteee
and eiaara ef the taeet knaea.
la rvLL itast ,
AT BA"lV.a' URUO BTOBI.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
au turn raa csi witaerr
JJ E L M B O L D'Q
GRAPE ( catawiia ;
i CATAWIIA Li QtiPf
GRAPE I CATAWBA ) i ( OBAM KLLfr
AID All or
rsm vatou riBT bamim,
AUay. la stock la laage supply, aiaV ar atek
J C I T
r by thaOUas ttle esr Salle
fcT'EXTBA FlKB COLOOKBJ
rGBNUIKK IuroBTSD XXTBACTfJ
bT-Uair, Tooth and Kail Brosim
bTIvdia Rubbib Nvubbt Goo
PURE WHITE LEADJ
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best gradea in arc stock east tsv
rlaty, very cheap;
Full Line of Colors,
av ao is ga;
Faint Brnibra, Liaierd Ot,
WhitawnL F;jbe Tnrptaiiae,
Varolabaa Ktc. tie.,
ail iia-M an rrAKDias ocAurm
FI R E AND MARI'NE
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL, UBB,
Aaaeta, over .e,0ge,ee
ANCHORD FISH AND MAJ.IN
Of St. Louis.
oltoiu all kinds 1 rUka.
oeirttr Ae.nl, Cairo. HUoU.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o( avarj deaciiptlea,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAS P06TM,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
rarsdskest em ekstrteet aeOea.
Commeroil-Y, bet. 10th and lltfc-iBh,
BTJTGH EI 'JR,
AVI BAUB US
Siomtk Street, Between WAaBivoTO
amd Commercial ayenu,
AaJaiaiBfr KltteaiiaiiM a suaasy'aw
Keee tha but of Buf. Park. Muttaa. lu
Upsk, Saa.afe, at., a n prepared te aerrl
eitlaao in the taeat eeoeplatde saaaaer.