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THE CAIHO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1873.
VlMfeTAttt.EOr THK lLu..-da CENTRAL
Oaaad liter Monday, Mi-r IStn, 171. tw'o'1""
H unit-obi will aoyern thK arrival oJ d'"t"
r of pa.i, ngtr train l C.lro i
F.ipteaa, daily. ,f P
4rrv V.nl!,dtl7 3:a.n.
Kxpae.e r .WP--
Cairo and St. Loult sl.oit Ll. .
Depart .... It:" a.m.
jfocijmpf rroiiiCniro 10 si. j.oui. no
hup o . from Cairo In Chicago. efa
rarltf Koo-n .leaping cir eii 'h' """'
jiga eheukod to nil imporlaul tlnl.
CAIRO AND 310VSD CITY
Will rank three trips daily.
I UttTlXe not n tITT
I At :.tu ............. in
A.m. I At t-.JO p m.
p.m. I At H.... -.p.m.
Fare e oh way,
3D eeiite; in tlcketa for tf
Will tam.wh.n hailed, at any good mleno-diale
Olmgior pasiengara or ireignt,
IVANSVILLE AND CAIHO,
Ul KOWLKR-m Mater
Will leave Cairo for Evaaavtlle every Sunday and
Thumday evening, l 6 oMout, p.m. For
frelgnt or pssaoge, apply on board or u
v JAS.IIIMU.4, A t't.
OATRO AND PADU0A1I
Tn plfiiJnl tnmer
ei Mr 'ivtlif, ()inlty etjepleH) ni 4
m Kr IrUlitor n i i i nppli on boiril or
JiaStr J AS IIIOIIS, Ag'l.
Oututertuul Itlver Vncket
KASUVILLE, CLAUKSVILLK AND
The aplendid teamr
TOM HAHMAN...Maiter ALEX. UARD.CIerk
Will leay Cilro eyry Saturday atSo'clock p.m.
forClaikavUle, and Nahylle. For freifht er
paffage, ap.ly on ooar or to
Jan 3 if ' J AS. MOOS, Aft.
MAdHYlLLE, 0LAHK3V1LLE AND
The gallant iteamer
O WhKDAVfS.-Matter JA8.P. JOHNSON-.CIerk
Will leaye Cairo rrery Thurtday at t o'clock n.m
far hyllle, ClarXirllleami all way point. For
ITeiKni or pniaaga appir on onard or (o
JanJif. J A3. UICUS, Ag'l
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The food aleamer
WII.ET SIMM J....Mailer J NO. IIARPER....CIerk
Will leue Cilro eyery )Iod Jay at S o'clock, p.m.
for Naihrllle, and all way porta For freifht or
paiiaze, apply on board or to
ItnJtf JA9. niGQ.1, Aft.
FOR SALE, For Sale t FOR SALE,
COR SALE. J Fort!e t FO R HALE.
Fare from LivxnrooL,
Faro from Lof dcnpkrbt
Fnro froia Qlasoow,
Fare from Qukenstowjt
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $48-
Ulorit, Morni A Ca , gent".
Lmrpoo! .New-Toik ahd ThlladflphU
HA COSTllCt WltH l-NITKD IIATXA AND (AIIIIH
eoycRXM KMya .
Fur Carrying tne Made.
FOR PASSA.'gE TICKETS
c iratHtt iiroiuiTtoa
APPLY TO JOUN O. DALE, Aqt.
HBroadw.y, NewTork, erts
Wahlaxton Arence. Cairo. sola. 51
Tlie llhiioi. Central (tail Kod Company now
ld!ini.r'.,l!i,h,.oll,"l'a decrlbed Ion In Fire
Addi ion . the City of Cuiro. yi:
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r jrm,,,u. ,pp,y u,
" 32 .
WILLIAM n. smith. ii t
ESII)Kl!f v- ..... L .
OlfoL 1 . ""blDRion ayenue ami Wxlxut atre.t.
- K cumiiierclal ayenue, up alalra.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
Roi.. N'CEcorn'r:fn,n 0,, Walnut He,
- ftUr-from 6 a.m. to 1 m and 9 p.m
Xl Mnettenlh elreet and
kse oyer mi ooiilw n"r eoa't houee. Of.
i.aBdli,4fi0. omt hour-l to 12
COUNSELORS AT j . ,
William J.Allen, ")
w"UB-""f Bnk. Ohio Leyee.
GREEN ti GILBERT,
WCI-OBIO LIYKK, 00M 7 AMD 8 0TM
"T NATIONAL BANK.
rieraaad but.u"f,r" frem the effect )f
4. trrou uebdit, Manhood re.lor.
perfoue debilit,"!' " "h?
rloe remoyed, f 2 lydi
aad femarkAhi. ?.. mtho j f .
antrriaia nmrnui 'n:"1' . unnedimaaia in
u . I'.. ,n.,k. I . . - -
jar ' free. In aeatM .Vi.i " clreu.
. t " "'"asm.
N BW a !) VERTISBM BNTA
ATn- neyt regular rumn a ii of
Cair l....g N ?.... m A .M., j
will - ti . I mi Muidat. men ug a'X,
7. uVlo-'k. II. Fama Ht.icr, .1
Notice l hweby given that on Momliy. thy
flr.t day of April, lT2, an eleoilon wil lie held '
kt the Arab engine hoile. In township IT JoulH,
ringe 1 went, county of Alexander and MVe ot
lllin.MB for Hi- purpoo j.f "''" '" J '"
I redo fur . I t-miifhlp. The poll will be
pi.edt9iViliklnlliefor."io,in, i.,id elostat 5
o'olo.-k in Hie af.ernoon of thejamodav.
I). Hihb 1
J, II. Httv, t V School Director.
IateJ Ihla Jlitdiy nf March, 1172. d-W.
TAX SALE NOTICE.
Notify-In hereby uUeato Mnr? O'llrrnn. Mr
tin l.ewcoweie nU A. WlllUin, nd
rHt;h of von. ilint &t i eRle oi 'l.tml Mnl town I'ttii
qltebt Hln, eon i y, dnJ ilitncl eclinol laxm fur
inn f nr lnv.i, t.ni to.l, nKI mine uouri iioune,
in IhecilT of dim. In (aid c ilinlr. on Hie VJHi
ly of June, mn, 1 ,urchkl Hie lollow.nx ile
ovrllied lota mtiinle in tlm city of Cairo, entinty nf
Alexander, ami mhicoi Illinois iowii;
Lot s: In bluok t7, tnxea In Ihe name nf you, II. e
anl Miiry o'Hryjii, mnd lutrt Si tml M In XAxk
j), t led in the name of sou, Hie
Ul Mnriin L,ewcoweie: and lot Z
n u'otfk iiu, taxed In ihe name of yon
tne Hid A. WllliHtnai ami you
,v iiiriurr noiine inai me (line igr ine ro einp
In. not aitld luta will expire ion Ihe'KJlli day -it
' .lAOKaoN KltlCK, I'nrelii.-r.
March2.'. la;2. ' 3-Z.l-l.lt
ATLANTIC AND" PACIFIC
No.. 715,71 r, 7107.11 lulUaa Are.iue
(Near Fourteenth I'.rect),
UOBAUT, D WELLE & CO., PKOP'KS,
I'. P. Wlioleiale TraJeonly iolicilnd.
fine Cut Chew.nr, Fine dit Smoklor,
;i7CheuiiiK, Aand rsmokini,
meet Home CheirliiR, 1'aclDc Hmotilna;,
Wild Itoc:iiewinr, Allantlo Hmoklnir,
I'ulaoe IUI1 Cliewinu, Old Krin Umokins.
BUND TOM CONUEltTS.
AT ATIIENEUM HALL
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS
TIIS CKLKUItATKI) NEOIIO riAMIT, '
TUK OREA.T MUSICAL rilOUIOY OF THK AOK
Wlleforelie la withdraws permanently from
before the public It l duty yeu owe to your
ht.: and hi: ah this urns at, iwcnx.
rAitiii.nniiiiiL nuauNH ur the
Aduimiox, 50 Cta. nmayaD Huti, 73 eta.
Doora open at 7 o'clock J To commence at (.
.Ad'Al can be aecured .tllartman'a Auction
THO M A S
206 S. rFOTnEaTHST.
- MANUFACTURERS OF
OIL OJF SOJJ?
A Jf t)
IMPB EIAL SOAP,
OIL OF tOAl' la the cheapeit.bent and qulckat
. . Mp iimrciiwr ciennmx I'AIUI, Uia4e,
SlHrble. ttone. Furniture, and rainoyai, xieaie
i.ui.i jiuurii, varpeia an'i ciquiea. trial will
lemonat.Hte that it will not require one-Half the
..wv, . j m.j inn huk iiii oruinHrv oap win.
me irmieHiippi.eu oy u.irrri, imir IMrrel, 10 al
,0!?.7,S.1l,1,rt,' Plnte, and liAlf-pint packaKea.
I) i'KKItl.Niiii' la ..,!. r.. '.......! r!
ly Uie. COntAilliMl nothlnv Ininrion ol.i.hinv
and w. II do the work wull, if not bitter than the
olaiiii oyetotlier aoa la I lie chei.pneaa. Trade
niuri'iiriceu aoun now in mttbi. . I'll nnlv
l-jppumi in ouoketi, Hj.io bozee and barrel.
WITT? tjttt T mmrxr
Publlcittloa unic, Hnllctla BolleUB;,
Just received at Driitol St StllweU'
canned Barlott PearAprlcotHjand Muicat
urapes. Alio a full auortraent of belt
brand! of othor canned jjooii. No. 82
Eight itreot. 8-4.tr.
Br THK CAIRO ST. 1-ATHICK'a BKMKVOLEXT
A grand ball will be given try 'the abore
ocioi on .taster .Monday eronlng, April
lit, at Scheel'a hall. Everybody ! invitod'
to conio aid liavo an cnjoyablo evening.
COMMITTEE OK ARBANOKMKHTO !
John Hyland, P. O'lushlin. L. J.
Hyrno, Jno. "W. Megan, Dn'l J. Galigan.
T- ElUt. u
Cairo, lilt., ii
nronarnri i . i
' Vr "on"o4at the nnhlln with
.. '1 "ll.0rm,.nlt, .1 1....
rto man any other , '
I .mi VIIT. in rfw.... - wm.w ,m
nUhei, light and airy, ool
tor me accommodation
The homo U locals! 1. . "cl
Urof the business part of the city m'n Work paper with regard to the perform
one square of the post office. .9.t I nc of tho negro hoy BIn(j Tonl( the
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Having removed my,boQt and. shoe shop
to the north side of Eighth "trtet, betweon
Commercial avenue and Ohio levee, oppo
site my old stand, 1 invite all y cus
tomcrs to call on mo In my new quarter
whore I shall keep on hand and tnanufac
ture all kinds of custom-made &oU d
shoes, and guaranteo in the future, as I
have done In the past, to givo good work
good stock, good fits and perfect satisfac
tion- PuiLLir Bauoh.
general loom, items,
. In ordor Io got our new tteam a para
Ida and pji In rinlntj oede, re
davo :uui'!uled t j Iiium no papur frita
Tie BoLLktiH office to-morrow. After
Mutidftneit wahopoto havo everything
In ahtp-ihapa again, when wo will do tho
bet we can to mako up for lost limp.
Pxtra lunch at Dlankenburg' Ex
ception saloon to-night.
Ca'pt. inicore, of Union county, wat
!n tho e ltyyciterday.
Elder Ilarman will preach at the
Chriillan church to-tnorrow, morning and
ovonlng at the usual hour!.
Mr. R. Summers, editor of the C'ol
umbui 'Dispatch' called at The Uulle
tin office ycitorday. As he growi older
he becomes handsomer.
Officers Martin, Qjinn and Cain ar
retted two men yesterday on a charge of
public indecency. It was necessary to
handle them rather roughly in order to
pursuade them to go to the calboose.
Rov. Frad L. Thomson, hving rJ
turned from a visit to bis old home in
Massac county, will conduct services at
the Methodist church to-morrow at 10)
o'clock, a.m. and 7) o'clock p.m.
'A woman named Eliza Ann Williams,
who left this city for Evnnsville two
months ago, while under the Influence of
liquor a few days ago, in that city, fell
down a flight of etnlm and diod in a few
According to previous arrangements,
a number of the memborii of
Cairo Commandry No. 13 Knights Temp
lar, visited Metropolis yesterday to assist
in tho organization of a new commandry
at that place.
Tho young man who had his limb
crushed between the tug Montauk and a
bargaon Thursday .owning, is doing a
well in one In his condition cm Iiu expor
ted to do. Tho physicians' attending him
are of tho opinion that it will not be ne
cessary to amputate tho limb
Extra lunch at ISlankenburg's Ex-
cclslon saloon to-night.
Blind Tom, the colebrated negro plan
ist, will perform in this city at the Athe-
neum, on Friday and. Saturday nights,
29th and 30th (nst. To see.Blind Tom per
form on the piano is worth more than all
the other shows that will come this way
j for the next year.
In another column of to-day's Bulle
tin will be found the column advertise
ment of Messrs. Mann & Libbj, of No
421, North Fourth street, St. Louis, deal
ers iu silks, olc. There is probably no
other establishment In St. Louis where
a larger or wore complete stock of this
character of goods is kept.
We have no hesitaton in recommend
ing William Enters, boot and shoe maker
as worthy of most liberal patronace. We
know wherefore we speak when we say
his work is bone in a mastorly m nner at
the lowest prices. He uses nothing 'but
tho best of stock, and he cannot be excell
ed in tho delicate tak of mmUSng on mm.
act fit. Give him a call at his shop on
Twentieth street, between Washington
avonuo and Poplar street, nearly opposite
the court houso, and we will guarantee
Pat Fitzgerald, of the sample rooms
has received tho appointment of agent for
the sale of the Uamraondsport, N. Y., Ur-
bana Wine Company's wines in this city
If the bottle with which we havo been
favored is a samplo of the quality of
theso wines, then we are prepared to say
that they are amongthe best weiiave over
tasted. lie has just received a large con
signment, which he is prepared to sell at
tho lowest figures. He has also on hand a
large and complete1 stock of the various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whlskios, and wines of every variety,
A case was tried before Judge Bross
yesterday morning, wherein Mr. T. B
Ellis was plaintiff andJMr. Thomas With,
roe defendant. Mr. Ellis claims
that VYituroe is indebted to
him in tho sum of S9C,
fur house rent, and that ho was en
deavoring to removo his household goods
from tho state for the purpose of defraud
ing him of his just dues. Some time
sinco an attachment was issued and the
goods of Mr. Withroe seized. I). T. Line
gar, Esq., appeared for the plaintiff, and
Judge 11 ul key, for the defendant. A num-
borof witness were examined on both
sidos. Upon the conclusion of the evi
donco judgement was rondercd in favor
of the defendant, and the attachment dis
charged. On last Monday morning, Mr. C.
Ilanny, tho popular Commercial avenue
dry goods merchant, left for Now York
city. Mr. nanny proposes to purcbaso a
larger stock of goods this season than has
ever before been kept in his establishment.
Ills stock will consist of every description
of dry goods, silks, satins, shawls, carpets,
matting, oil cloth, window shades, etc.,
etc. The goods purchased by him will
commence to arrive sometime next week,
and will be opened immediately and ex
posed for sale. As is well-known. Mr. U.
has always sold bis goods as low as the
lowest, and he now offers hotter induce
ments than were ever before obtained in
dry goods io this city.
Tho following extract from a New
ill irive ma roaner
c0ncepon of tho cntortalnment that
dv aCn? f V lh h.n.um next Fri.
Jay and Saturday n,ghUf .
under a GZ Uuk,m "1 lm,Ut0P
queer ways, and a in'J 1 , mny odd,
vanity tLi 1. notd&etlI x'&
manifestations, but raher . U fri"k
otherwise. But, U ; jour'Wl ft,"
.hi. blind negro 1. play., 'm'S
n,e''. .Beethoven's Sonata PathetioiV"
or Thalberg'aoxquisite fantulaon ''UWe
hweot Home," and the severest and most
cultivated critic would be forced in 11,.
belief that he was listonine to a nerform.
nco thoroughly trained in the very best
schools of European art; master of all the
technical difficulties of the piano, and a
musician In full sympathy with the bril
liant, or powerful, or tendr,.or pathetic
passages of tho cotnposrer. There are
very, very few, pianists, who can; play
Thaltwrg 'peculiarly r)H.". vt
llittit .coinpoil..' , .1 .MiniiT liko
IheexqMlu ftvlo ofth rult player him
io'f. lilind 'I'.iin uvldontly understands
tills style In nil its niceties and difficulties,
and Thulborif, wo fiinoy, would himielf
C'llnpllment tho manner In which, his
rnjitusiii was rundcr.m nisi nignt. runi
this noro youth Should pnrform Ilcnllio
von's, Moiidolssohn's mid Chupm's classic
scores with so much skill, tasto mid true
conception of those great cumposors is
truly wonderful. Yet he does it. Tom'
imitations of various Instruments, his re
citations, nongs and 'original piano com?,
positions nnd mucn zoi, variety anu uin
to his entertainment.
Tho City Shoe store, the popular re
sort for boots and shoes, has just received
tho largest and finest stock of boots, shoes
and slippers from lb renowned Brolnskl
factory, ovor brought to Cairo, and are
now fully prepared with their truly mag
nificent stock to supply tho spring trado,
beyond all competition, with a first-class
article, cheaper than lower grades of boots
and shoes are sold elsewhere In tho city,
Their stock consists in part, of ladies'
misses and children's shoes and slippers
of velvet, lasting sorge, satin, french,
kid, morrocco, goat, ietc. gentlemen,
youth and boy's, morrocco nnd
calf-longue boots, prince, Al
berts, oxford ties, etc., etc.
The city shoo storo is tho citabllshad
and solo agency In the city for these
goods, and the public testimony to their
merit, warrants the proprietors to say that
they aro the best goods mniiufuuturod.
Our long abusod citizens in this regard
may now, il they will, avail themselves
of a pair ot boots or shoes warranted to bo
made of genuine full stock, only, and will
not rip or burst out. So no mistake mnv
arise each pair bears their stamp. " City
Shoo store." They solicit their patrom
and public, to call on thorn nnd exainino
their stock, to whom wo promiso prompt
anu courteous attention.
C k .NOTICE. . v j
For satisfactory reasons tho advertise
ment for bids to do all tho city printing
for the city of Cairo, is hereby withdrawn
until turthor notico.
E. A. Burnett,
Cairo III. March 21, 1872.
Paul G. Bchuh sells Kattinger's medl
Try tho Java Imperial Tea, at Bristol
A Slilwell's. 2-5-tf.
A situation as bookkeeper or salesman,
or as bookkeeper and salesman combined.
Reference exchanged. Address, "W. P.,"
poitoffico box 333, Cairo, Illinois.
TUB LITTLE KENTUCKIAN,
No. S3 Ohio levee, is Me pl.tee where
they keep the freshest fish and game, and
the finest wine., liquors and cigars, to be
found in the city. Dinner only twonty-
flva cent. Open day and nlirht, at all
hours. J. E. Pare, Proprietor.
Mrs. Anna Ling, on Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has just rccclvod a fine spring stock
of millinery goods, consisting of hat, bon
nets, ribbons, notions, etc., etc., to which
she asks tho attention of the ladies of
Cairo. Mrs. Lang will take pleasure in
showing her goods to all who will favor
bor with a call. 3-9-lm.
The undersigned offers for rent a com
modious store room on Eighth street. Tho
house is new and furnished complote with
shelves, counter, ,gej, water ,and every
thing needed. The laeation is one of the
best in the city, and offer a good oppor
tunity to a grocery or dry goods man.
For particulars inquire of
" R. 8. OuxMrv,
Cor. oi Sixth and Commercial.
Mr. Joseph' Mendel has sold lils'grocery
store, at the coraor of Tenth street and
Nv ashington avonue, to,Mr. Josoph Bross.
Mr.,B.ha taken possession and, will Jm-
mediately nock tho concern with a full
and complete assortment of the freshost
and choicest grocerios and provision!.,
which he g.aranteet-to sell at prices-al
low as can beobtained from any other estab
lishment in tho city. II 0 solicits a share
of the public patronago and promises in
return prompt attention and courteous
treatment 3.8 dim.
PARKER A 11LAKK.
Parker & Blake bavo added to their
well assorted Paint. Wall Paoor and
Window Glass establishment n regular
painting business. They have engaged
Mr. Carl L. Thomas, who hi bocn in tho
painting business in Cairo for the last 10
years, to superintend tho painting and pa
per hanging department, and all work on
trusted to him, or lor which ho may con
tract, will be duly acknowledged by them,
and will be eiocuted with ncatnoss and
dispatch. Sign writing, plain and fancy
painting, paper hanging aniLdeoorations,
calsomlnlng, graining, glazing, etc., den
at reasonable terms. f.Qtf.
" KBW OOODS.- .r
Messrs. Goldstine 4 Rosenwater, Com
mercial avepu, between Elgthth and
NI'it atjifot are now receiving from tlio
oast a largo and complete stock of tprfng
good of every variety. Their tock con
sists of all the latest patterns of ladies'
faoy and plain dress gods, such a silks.
sattins, delaines, alapacas, carf, ribbon,
es and most complote stock ever brought
toa,0."?Si,tlnof a full line of ready
made clothing of every description!
tcui. iui ui.iiihS kuu(j, cais una caps,
and in fact any thing and every thing
mat should bo kept In a first class dry
oods and """clothing establishment
n be found at tbl house., In soliciting
Ptr0nag(J Mer(i 0oi,illlne & Roiani
T,..t .rmUo th1' ,n the future " In the
,!r ' ",U ,oU lhalr Eds at liberal
pnees and guarantee their customers
Prompt ad MurUou, .vtentlon; . d6t
.V bur os: nn the
iiiilmio. tl ii.. tin this uvuiiini; tho i
threatening sky betokens wind or snow.
The market tUirlng tlio week has hold tho
oventeiior of Its way. Flour Is quiet with
indications of Improvement. Prices firm
hi (noted. A rise in freight lists induced
better feeling In inixidcorn liorp, Whllu
icnrco nnd linn, Mixed plenty.
Tl.o dumitml for outs lins fallen oil', liny
Is in good demand. Tlio innrkct for coun
try produce is a fihudo bolter. Egg uro
scarce nnd prices tend upward, Choice
butter brings J) l!:'c.
Correspondents must bear in mind
that our Inside figures rcprcsont prices in
round lots from lirst hands, and outsitio
figures prices for talus made In small lots
or on order.
H.UUIt,-No quolnhlo! chnnco s lice
last report. Sains were
C00 bbls various grades on
orders fO OOftO 00
500 bbls Various grades 6 ODfao 75
100 " low Spring super.,. . 00
100 " " ' 4 60
100 XXX Winter del. 7 7.'.
600 Choice " "... 8 76
CORN Thero Is it bolter fuolln in
tho market on Mixed, and prices are linn
atquot itioiis. Wnllo is very scarce und
active. Tho stuck of mixed is reduced,
but is sufficient to satlsfv the demand
10 cars Mixed In bulk on
1 car Whito Mixed in bulk
on track 4Gc
3 cars White in bulk on track 47c
500 sacks Mixed del f,3u
1500 " " in dundees del. SHc
0 cars 11 " sacks ".. Mc
700 sacks "onordorf "ile
1 curs White in s.icks 57t(TiJ5Sc
100 sacks " del f,7c
150 " "on orders oSc
000 " in simillots on
2100 sacks White Hi point
below 1111 P. T.
- OATS. Quiet. Tho demand was light
to-day, nnd Southern Illinois sold for l?Jc.
1 car Choice White, In sacks
MOO sacks Galena on orders- -15c
3200 " del 43cf44c
C cars " In sacks del.. 13c14c
3 " Southern 111. in sacks
i cars Mixed in sacks on
iracK , , 4''c
HAY. Is in good demand, and light
supply. We nolo sales of Choice Timu
thy at an advance of $1 002 00 over last
week's quotations. We quo to
1 car Prairie, del $13 00
10 " Choice Mixed del 19 0020 00
ir " 11 " .20 0021 00
10 " Timothy " 21 00
10 " Cboic " " 22 00Q,23 00
BUTTER. Choico bring. 20c22c.
We note sales of
20 pkgs Choice Roll !8c22c
iUUU 1U3 " " ,,
EGGS. Are rather acarce and
ten! upward. Sales were
3000 doz 12c 1 3c
POULTRY. Quiet ;iid unchanged.
30 doz Mixed Chickens $3 00(3)1 00
60 " 11 ...j 3 00l 25
PROVISIONS. Are quiet and un
changed. Sales were.
1100. lbs Bacon Ham 12c
1200 " "Clear Sides 8c
1300 " "Shoulders Cc&OJe
PORK. Is quiet, but tho murkot
sliuwud 11 better feeling to-day. Wu
120 bbls Mes $12 7,
iij-.AL,. is In Uem-ind at quotation
iw bbls btcam Dried 'J 00
U5U (Jity .Mills, Slcam
Dried 2 oog,3 00
-w uuia uecuer v;aiuric on r. I .
APPLES. The supply in tho market i
man, wnn nine uemanu. We quote
20 bbls Common $3
10 bbls i 2fi4 J
BURNETT & CO, .
UIUHEaT CASH PRICE PAID FOR HIDE
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Thornton's block
Tenth street, are prepared to pay tho hieh
est cash price for articles in their line, as
Primo Mink 1.75 to 2.2
" Raccoon C0c to COi
" Musk Rat..: lo to 16
" Y lid Cat 40 to St
" Opossum 10 to 12
" "tier COO to 0.00
" ileavor Skins 6.00 to 7.0(
ureen Halt, 9 to 10c
Green Salt, kip and calf. Vi to 14c
mer bkins 5 to 35c
For other nrticlos, such as rags, foath
crs, bees wax, wool and tallow, we will day
vno nigiiest market prices.
Burnett Ji Co..
Thornton's block, Tonth tret., Cairo, III.
THE FUR TRADE-
n. I.KTI . CO. PAY THE IIIQIIEST UXIttKT
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of prices paid by II. Lovy ic Co.. for
mues, iurs, leathers, wool, tal ow. bees
wax, nnd all kinds of country produce
Levy & Co. do a very largo trado in their
line, and it is a well known fact that thoy
alway pay tho highest prices to bo ob
tained in this market. They are now
, . niRS :
Mink $2 00u2
Beaver, per pound
3 00 a 0 00
60. a 70
hides, rim pound:
Beof Hides, Dry Salt
" . " Green Suit
OTHER ARTIl'r m
18 a 20
60 a 05
CO a 70
Maiiuw, par pound
Feather, " "
Beeswax " "
25 a 28
The above nrlca list (a auhleeitn
Marriaoe Guide. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
60 cent. Address Dr. Butt Dispenary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
,llllllVl,D A,-,D pKPAKTKI). ,
Mteamer. Whern from. Where le.
Mall Io IW011..M urn lihls .Kvnnavlll.
John Klltcour.N. Orlcnns..,.Oineiiiiiutl.
Oily II Jlulnt. . Vlckibiir,.....Si. l...'ul.
I ni'. LiihuiIhi Viiftht! lilt.
IviilliiTor I.nu-i.h Ml,i 1 ',11.. HI.....
IllU Kisk Jr.. . I'll til inn Is 1...l is.... It
Illinu s .f'.. In, ul., .u i 1 ...
Thumpeoii D .'...'n. Orleans.
ma Muiuir coa i
Stenmboats supplied at uiiv time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quuitlly, and on usual
toriiiH, at the y.ird at Gran 1 Towor, Ills
Special contract! uilured 011 favorable
terms upon application.
H. V, Olypiiant,
D. A. Bokee, " Oei.'l. Stipt.
Sales Agent. 3-lfi-ly.
CONDITION OK THE HIVKKH.
The decline In tho Ohio at this placo
cor.tlntiesat the rata of 3 Inche per day.
Tho Monoiigoliola river Is falling fast with
ii feet In tho chnnnul.
Tlio river at Cincinnati is reported to
bo rising au'uln, but at L uilisvlllo it Is still
falling. At Evuiisvllle the river Is rising,
probably out Jof Grcon river. Cuin-
borlniid rivor still declines with 7 foot on
ilarpeth Shoals. The Alleghany is fall-
ing mid ngnlii cloied with ice. 1W pros
eels for 11 coal bunt run.
BUXI.VKS A Nil WKATHKII.
Thoro was qult j n buiy tiina on thu
landing yesterday. Tho wharf boats and
leved are crowded with freights of all
Winter bus again made its appearance.
A snow foil yesterday morning, to tho
depth of nn inch, much to tho urprio of
evurybody. The dtv was disaureoable
Tlie Gen. Andorson had two barges in
tow for Tonn. river. Sho brought out 160
ton of corn fur Now Orloans, and had a
fair trip for Ttnnosseo rivor.
Idlewild came In with 11 good trip of
freight nnd passengers. Among thoso who
00k passage on hor woro soverat Sir
Knights for Metropolis.
Tho John Ktlgour was filled with pass
engers and got those brought up by tho
Indiana. She made the trip from here
to New Orleans and back in cloven days
and twelve hours and did her business.
Capt. Alf. Stein is without any doubt tho
fastest steamboat captain now in command
of any boat.
The Grand Tower arrivoJ yesterday
morning several hours beforo time, with
all she could carry on the water.
The John Lumsdon departed for Nash
ville, with all the corn she could car-,
Tho City of Holcna passed up with a
slim trip of freight, but plenty of passen
gers. Tho Emporor with Dr. llir.kcnitoe's
circuf nrriyed yesterday morning, from
below, and goes from horo up Cumber
Tho John Kilgour and Phil Alien had
a spirited raco of 12 miles. The Kil
gour won the raco. The Allen was wait
ing for her and had everything ready.
City Xatlonrtl Bank multilist;.
MuSpcclal attention paid to orders Irom aitan,
oata.niKht or d.iy.f
We havo just received a large stock of
now iinprovcd Grqvor Sc Baker' sowir
machines. Tboy stitch nlikoon both sides
Wo will sell family nnd manufacturing
machines, with tho privilege of paying b
monthly installments, giving tho purchas
erschoico between lock-stitch and Urovcr
Sc Baker's clastic stitch. Remember w
learn you to run nil machines bought of
ts. Wo also keep on hand sowing ma
chine attachments, needles, silk, best
perm oil in bottles, or ynu can bring you
oyn bottle and have it ailed.
In addition to our sowing machine de
partment, wo do machine embroidery
dress and cloak making, stamping for
either braiding or embroidery, and all
done with block stamps. All orders from
city or country will receive our prompt
attention. All persons wishing anvthinc
in our lino nre respectfully requested to
give us n call nnd too samples of work,
189 ashington avenue, between Klevonth
and Twelfth streets. Postofflco box 228.
3 13-lm. II. F. Goodtar.
Mrs. Wiiitcomu's Strup for Sooth
ino Children. Many slcoploss nights
of painful watchings to tho anxious moth
er might be n voided by using this Invalu
able preparation. 5-20diwl20
FitKSii St. Louis lagor koer lust received
at tho Excolaior saloon. F. Blanktnburg,
Go to Dr. McGauloy fr Rattinger' Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure the chills.
Imported Malaga grapos at Jorgon
son's, orner of Twent ieth street and
Washington avenu. a
For the best St. Louis lager in tho
city, go to Blaukenburg' Excelsior sa-
Java Impbriai, Tea at Bristol St Stll-
Gilder, Upholsterer, Varnisher and
Eniioy Paper Hanger, Mattross
Making and Repairing.
Hliop u Comiiierelitl atvenua
All work enlruatad
to hie eare will recely
(JU ICKEST ROUTE FROM BOOTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caoo, New York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
raaietxertralna srnye at and ley Cairo ( fol
lowat mail. txrau.
at in a.m now p.m
I'M-iki 4tuo a.m .............Uia a.m.
Ilotli trniua connctt at Centralia with train oath
A'ecaiur, uinnmingicn, El rao, Ka Bllli
wvuuutw, rrrt-puri, HPnu, 1'UUUque, ana
all iKilnl In lllinola, Mutourl,
Mlnneaota, laconain and
loira. And with
Line running Kant and Weil lor
I. Louis, HpritiKheld, Luuiiyill.,
CiiieintiHll, IndLiimpolla, Columbus.
Aud at Chkaxo with Micnijan Central. Mlctriaa
boiithern, and Filuburx. Fort Wayne
and CiiieaKu llailruada lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Tlunklrk.
Albany, lloaion, PhiUdelpbla.
NiaKM fell, Krlo, IlutUlo,
vy Tork, Plllslnirc, Ilaltlmore, '
AND ALL POINTS BAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
ouuiur.aoir.ua 11. it. fi
'Jn an I after Monday, April lltk, 171. iraina-
NORfllEKN 1)1 Via ION.
, 12.04 p.Dh.
- i.W "
.. M '
,.. ;17 "
ayloryllle.....10.S2 ' .,
Arriyeat I'ana llito m. ....
TASiasaoiaa aoatawuT, ,
Leaye Pea ..uuo,m.... !.Uii.m
' Tayloryille ..: " ..,.:-i '
Arnye at prlnnetd...Bil5 ' .............i!.o
Leay- Sp.uig-field r,.M " M..........(I:19
Ar.-lyeai Virirlnia :U " .-....;l
ia.i. ooiia a-.iTMs.ar,
Leaye lKewoud 4.3d a.m. ....1M0 a.m
" Mora M ...... ....U:0
Arme at Hhawnetown3:Up m.-.... b raa
raaiaa seiaa aoaiHwi.r.
Leaye Bhawneetown 6:45 a.m ,....Jib.B
" Flora. 44 " ......7:0'
Arriye at Kdewood 4:60 " ,- 70
The 6:30 a.m. iraia from Kdgewood, run only
Mondaya, Wtdnvailayaand Friday, and MS a.m.
train from Hltawneetowa ou Tueadaya, Tkar.
df y a andnaturdaye.
Coinecta at Aahland with Jaekaonyille dlvieioa
nl Chicago and Alton Killroid, for JackaoeTllle,
Peierabuig, Maaon City, and all oolnta weaL.
At HprinsAnld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, lar
liloomlngton, Chicago, and all polnta nortb,nortk
writ and weal.
At Tana with Ind. and St. l.eula, aad lUleola
Central Kiilroad for all polnta eo.1, aonth and
At E-Jsewood with Chicago Division Illinele
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mtyiiippi Railroad.
AtHhawneLo.n, with ateamboaia for Cinela
natl, 1'aducah, Cairo and Hi. Lnuia,
ORLANU SMITH, Gen'ISua'U
Jiaa FooJirr.nrn'l Fr'stand Ticket Ac'l.
IS R T UOODH.
71. FALL-WINTER. 72
C. H AN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, IZTKA,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPSTINO
Uia KatlreStoak How ClaeUac
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
CORNER 8TU ST., AND COMMBBCIA.L-AY,
WHO I.Eo) AL E CROCrBBT
j WHOLESALE GROCERS,
C IBO. ILLINtll,
Alio, keep constantly on hand a moetjjom
plete itoek of
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES
-O I N H,-
Port, Maderia, Shorry and Catawba Wind
RUHYTH A CO. aell oxclualyely for eaak.te
lion of cloae bargain buyer.
Ppeetal attention oivtn io Pilling Ordtri.
WOOD I WOOD ! ! WOOD I !
The underngned will furnish '
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Ctieap, 11 siot Ckaaper
7"?l, Oommerclal arenue, between Temh and
twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I alii
uraert are aolleited,