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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1872.
TtXITAlLI Or TH ILLINOIS CIRTRAt R.
M lM-4aMt trill ' ! nJ d"
Marf-Mall train, daily g.45nm.
4rrtw-MllJ-- l no m.
- . .......... .3:1 5 p m
..... Man A.m.
Koh.Mee' wa from Cairo to ft. Louis. No
ha ''" frorr Cairo lo Chicago. Elegant
m-ef Ron'n keeping cara on mgn. irum
acgag cheeked all important nolnlf .
cAinu and Mound citv
Will make three trips daily.
tliVIJia CAItO I IXtTIXOMOtKBttTT
At T .t.m. I At i'.w ..a.m
At .."-.m. I At liao - P m.
At 4 30.... . p.m. At o -.. -p.m.
v.nMi'h . an rental ID ticket! for ft W.
Will li ,whu hailed, Many Bo. luleriii done
anaing or pamenger r ireigni. n"""
CAlttO AND PADUOAU
The splendid -teamer
AM Oilro liV. (4inliy eteapted) at 4
M. fr freUhlnr p'w apMs on hour il or
JSM3II Jil" iI Al'lil'iu , fl .
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Orrr M. J. VcOaulei'a drug str
near corner Commercial avtnue and Li
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, fll. D.
RESIDKNOK No. 21 Trnrteemh at-eet, be.
tweea Wxahingion avenue and Walnut atrert.
Ulnce U Commercial avenue, up etalr.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RR9iritiNCC-ornrNinth and W1nut sta.
Jn'eio nr nxth atreet and slhlo levee..
Office honra from (I a.m. to 11 n , and 0 p.m
II. WARDNER, 31. D.
RBsIDKNCB Corner Mnettenlh atrcct and
ttaahington arenue, near court lion.e. Of.
Bc over the iiontoltice. Office hour lu to li
a m. and U lot p.m. Janliitr.
R.S. BHIGIIAM, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ODk, 1M Cammtrelal Avenue,
Epeclal attention pa'dtothe treatment or all
Chrouly Mea e. 4-lulm.
ALLEN, MULKEY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, ")
John ll.iluiaey, V CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Mrpamctilar attention paid to rlrer and a.
OFFICE Over First National Hank, Ohio Levee.
Goldstine & RosEN WATER
Arc telling their Immcnsa ttouk ot
TO ALt, COM Kits
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
Remember, we make Re
tail Sales at wholesale pri
ces, for the following reasons :
Our stock of goods has been
purchased direct of the first
haiuU, (manufacturers and
agents), previous to the great
advanco in prices, which saves
us a handsome profit, and will
give our customers and pat
rons the benefit thereof. Our
large purchases enable- us to
offer at all times better induce
ments than any house in this
Our large and quick sales
allow us to show and offer
the freshest and latest styles
, , ,. IStuarJ.&Gholsort. 4.8-0td
U1 ou"ua lu uu i t -Tin, MMMlppI river U declining Ht
St. Louiii. Thin being tlio nine, it will
noon liegiu to full nt this point.
White iiml Greer Imvc opened n dry
goods atoro in tlio Scott Will to liuildlng,
corner Sixth street and Ohio lovce.
Hulnc In tlio police court yester
tiny wn iinytliing hut brink. Tlicro wna
mi luisiricss ot importance transacted.
Tlio formers aro busy preparing their
ground b fur corn and oat cod, Hut, fvw
of thorn are to bo seen in ibo city now-n-days.
A committee of kdic, appointed lo
toll tickctt to the German Lutheran
school picric will toon begin their work.
Get your spare quartort ready.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William It. Oreen, i
Willi.m U Udb.rt, CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
Specia. atUntino RUoa to Admiralty aud
- High wlndt prevailed ycttorday.
Tho oyttct tomon It about played
Saloon keepers complain of hard
Ico dealer! htivo commoncod tho talo
-;VegotaMct aro becoming plenty in this
' fStralton & Bird tell grooorle cheap
nutinest on tho landing yotcrday
Stockflcth ha Kolly Inland wine for
siilo. It it excellent.
Attend tho parlor concert nt tlio SU
Charlet hotel to.nljfht.
Hackonstoso circut wut in Shuwnoc
town ono day last woek.
Judge Urostopcned tho probate court
yeslcrduy morning at nino o'clock.
Tho Delta flro compr.ny Intend pur
chasing ono of tho best make of hand en
gines. Tho Hibernian offer thnlr laro en
gino for tale. They will soli it at a very
Hotiso denning season it tit hand.
Scrubbing brushes and whitownsh aro in
Itcvcrondi lirnillcy and Itickt each
baptised n nttmbir of persons in tho Ohio
river on Sunday.
Tho' attendanco of country peop'o
at tho present tormof tlio circuit court lias
bocn decidedly slim.
The rise In tho Ohio river hat almost
fpcnt Its lorcc, and that river will ! do
clinlng in a few days.
The picnic to bo given by tho Gor
man Luthoran school, will bo held nt tho
Flora garden, May tlrst. -Ml-if
A nice lino of Dolly Vnrden prlnU,
percales and lawns just rceelved at
orrtci onto uwbr. rooms 7 and 8 oyer
city national hank.
FOR SALE, ) For Bale ( FOR SALE,
"OR SALE. jKoT&e (FOR SALE.
Fare from Livkrpool,
Fare from Londc.vdkrrt
Faro front GlakuoW,
Fare from Oukk.nbtown
TO UAIUO, ;::::::: $48-
Jaltord, Mornn A Ca
Llierpool Sew.Xuik and Phllad'lphia
tta conrairr with cxitcd statu ai aaiTini
For CirrjiDX trie MkIIi.
POR PA8SAGK TICKETS
oa ri'kTiita inrutHkTiox .
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Act.
15 Broa.lwny, NVw.Votk, or to
II. floss lt, y
Wahlngton Areiiue. Cairn. non. ji
ST. CH ARLEs' lioTEL
F. D. UEXFOUD I'roprieto
nmn i ,ti i.t tti.ol IT.,
1te Ony Firit'Cluu fousn (;te
"BafgconTeiea to ad from the TiMlt,
af I raw era. nVHi'
the largest Eastern Markets,
Our long experience in busi
ness enables us to offer just
what our trade demands. Wo
warrant our goods to compare
in quality, styles and prices,
not only with the Cairo Mar
ket, but with any of tho larg
est Eastern Markets. .
To convince yourself of
these facts you may pick up
any paper in which you may
find a price list or any quota
tions of any house at Chicago,
St. Louis or Cincinnati, and
we will at all times meet
with them in quotations and
13c suio and give us a trial
before purchasing elsewhere,
and be convinced this is no
humbug that wo do sell, from
tho smallest to tho largest, nt
tho current Wholesale Pri
We have made this a Mot
to of Business, and hope to
get an liberal patronage from
this city and surrounding
Cairn, Ilia , April 15. mi,
Cairo Citv Fcrrr Corrpnny )
Nntlnnla hereby B Ten lmt tha rezulir nniiunl
meeting "' th elockh'ildera nf thi- company
will he held at the whariinn-ter'a cllloe. comer
Plxih atreet awl Oh n Nvee, in ihiaehy. in Ion-
tiny, nay otn. ins. a ci ck .m lor lie pur
pone nf rln-ilt E efven (7) illrecinr-lo nerve tho
uuinf;year an" kcitim unii'i.ii
I 11119. n ll 1. 1. 1 li A l , nru y.
HK.ICi: IIOWF.I.I. At (ha rel lenee nl the
briue'M father In Una mly, n hiin lay the Mill
In!., hy ihe llev William McCa len, Mr. Luther
llriK'K nflJonKula, ll.lnuie, to Jlln Jennlo lluw.
i hub uiiy.
Tho hatipy rouplo hxre (ho Lest lnm of all
who know them fur their future hipplneaa and
prniiw-nty, (or they 'eerve iKith,
CAIRO & VINCEXNES R. Jt. CO
Jha anoual meetioK of Kto;Vhodrrs n Cairo
k Vincennea railroad will be held at the cttkn of
thacompaaj, in Ci ro, llllnon, on Turi'lny, the
33d day ol April, for the purpose of el(-ctlu i.
tcctora for Ihe ensulnx.vear. und f.r any other
butine.a proper lo come before auch metlnx.
A. K. HURXHIDB 1're.ldenl.
ASSIGNEES SALE IN HANK
Aa aalgn of K. K. Hall & C., bankruM. I
will oner at pubi c ai etion at the rutin home
the e;ghlh Uay ol H J, A. l. 17(, coriiienoin it
trty.towit! 1 1
i i'SJi .unu!ew'9 thirty.t'ven (17.) th (.lirhi
M.J l'lM. Ine f.TJIao.i fori, ftu.i In hi ci i u....
bared visits -lKt.t itto.J lu Ihn city i.f Cairo. nli
imiiruVeil.eillh Ihriin. AAjia.aflniF g,t f.tii. t.n
jneiit houaea Ac erm, one third vali,aud
lid '"x(6JortelmllJajontlii with lieu
. HTErilKN K. JONE4.
breaaaoubrrt atiurnr,. 4 I.2?td.
flMin tttt r nmrxr
Pilati arc Daoeuou, Mothcrt at
tu-Jcve your c,ff,prlng don't fail (o ute
W'iitcorob,, yruP for toothing
mUMrtm. Real th) admtlstment In
The underslKned lm. for uU , ,ow
prkf, a nn horse and'sprlng y,-iBOI,
quire at tho Cairo City Wlinrfbont. '
4-14tr. MAT. CLARK.
EXCUHSIO.NS KENTUCKY BLUFFS.
Tlio forry b.iat, during tho present hie!
water, will extend hor trips up "Willow
Creek to the Kentucky Hlutf., leaving
Cairo at a a in. and 1 p. m.
This will bo a very plcusant trip for
rutnilles and plcnio partiet, 4-Htf
BALK OK FUKNITUIIIC.
A quantity of the best of furniture, all
walnut, for sale. IUi bocn only u thort
timo in use. Will bo told Immediately at
private talo. It may bo teen at Fred.
BlanLenberg't house, corner of Fourteenth
ttreet and Wathlngtou avenue; up stairs,
until Monday evening, April l&ih.
VUiJt. 0, Bcuick,
Ex City Clerk Drown hat becumo n
first warder, and it now carrying on tho
grocery butinest at the corner of Sixth
ttrcot and Washington avenuo.
At tho flro on Saturday night tlio Hi
bernians got first wator by probably n
minute. Tne Houghs etimo t;ext. The
Arabt failed to put in an appearance.
Tho regular nun.ml meeting of tho
stockholders of tho Cairo city fVrry com
pany will be hold at tho wbarAmastcr't
olDcc, on May Cth. Sou notice in nnothor
Tho total riso ot the Ohio, up to 0
o'clock Saturday evening, was 13 feet,
and not 13 folt, at a blundering printer
madcour river man tny on Sunday mor
ning. Bill McIIalo, the jailor, has a neat lit
tlo cottiigo, tltuated on Poplar street above
Tu'enliuth for rent. For particulars np
ply to McIIalo, or to Mr. It. II. llillingsly,
ono door north.
Shawncclownilet aro just a littlo
scared about tho present huh water in the
Ohio river. Thoy think they will escapea
ducking, but yet tho river it high onough
to lrlgutcn litem.
An Ico cream saloon, confectionary,
bakery, all combined, is to bo oppned on
Washington avenue, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets. A couplo of colored
men will run the institution.
Wo understand that partiet aro now
in Cairn with a view of negotiating for the
Williams' distillery. If thoy aro tucees
ful in getting the concern on reasonable
terms, it will immediately,, put into ac
By reference) lo a notice in nnothor
column it will bo scon that the ferry boat
'Cairo,' will, during the high water, extend
hor tript to tho Kentucky Mull's. Tills is
a splendid opportunity for pienius und
On Sunday liiM Mr. N. Feitb, tho tin
dortnker, collided and hurried ten of tlio
victims of tho lute horrible Moamboat dis
aster. Wo aro informed the bodies wore
caught floating In tho river a short dis
tance above Cairo.
Marchal Cain was tho ofllecr, who,
armed with a warrant sworn out by some
body, went in searclt of threo negro wo
men, and not ' Marshall Urn in, " a the
printer,, who persists ,in mis-composing,
made tit pay on Sunday.
Elliott & Ilaythorn havo on hand-
Just rocoivod a splendid assortment of
boots and shoes. They havo on hand
every description of goodii, and tell the
belt nt the lowest prices. Go, examine
their ttock and judgo for yourself.
In tho circuit court yesterday, in thn
Walkrr murder case, Messrs, Llnegar
and Munn made speeches tor tho defense,
and J. F. McCartney, for tho prosecution.
a late hour in tho evening tho case wut
Klvcn to tho Jury, who up to a Into hour in
Ihe night hud not agreed upon u verdict.
-Somethm, durlK SllnJly n, ,,t ono
of the Urge .how wlmlowt Uliur tr0j..
jewelry store .. broken In by tltlnvoi
and a number of vulu,M0 ,Uclcs stolen
Among other thing, several gold headed
canes were taken. So fttr M known no
duo to tho porpotrutort of, the theft niw
A gentleman from St. Louis, ri
brother of one of tho fassengers who was
killed on tho ill fated Uccanut, arrived in
Cairo yesterday morning in search of tho
remain of his relative. Mr, N. Feith,
who hurried the body, wat employed to
havo it dlicnterrcd and 'placed in a
mctallc coflln, and shipped to St. Louis.
-Ohio levco. botwecn Sixth and Eight n
streets is now, and has been, for the past
week, entirely taUon up with freight await
ing tonnago to convoy It to Us destination.
Tno mammoth sloamor, James Howard,
began loading on Sunday evening, and by
tho timo the has taken all tho cuw ctrry,
tho amount of frolght on tho lovoo will In
Wo hear It tlatcd that parlb'S from
Meriettn, Ohio, in search of a suitablo
place for tho establishment of a rolling
mill, are expected to arrive In this city
within a Tow days. That Cairo possess
mnro real advantages for an establishment
of this charnefor than any oilier city In
the Mississippi valluy, will not bo denied
by fair tnlndul people. It is said that tlio
gentlemen who aro expected to visit Cairn
in connection with this manor, are tho
proprietors of two rolling mills located nt
Murlotta, and if they should decido lo lo
cate thoy will removo ono of them
to this point.
Tho warm days of Summer aro ap
proaching, when wo shall all be pestered
hy annoying mosquitoes and hopping
fleas, but which will bring along with
theso trials tho luxuries of ico cream and
soda water. And whero shall we go for
eithor ico cream or toda wator but to Phil
Saup't. Ho It already furnishing both
these delicacies to Inquirer, and wo can
assuro all tho public that they aro tho
best of their kind extant. His mloon, on
Commercial avenue, Is neatly filled up
for tho accommodation of ludlcs and
children, atidjto Improper character aro
ever permitted lo enter it. Tho attend
ants aro polilo and very attentive to thoir
duties, and parents may entrust their
children to thoir care without any misgiv
ings of uny kind. -l-ll-ml
Tho religious journals of tho country
aro commenting, with some severity, upon
tho conduct of Sheriff Irvln in informing
llev. Jacob Bradley that ho would un
doubtedly bo strung up to tho gallows
tree, If ho baptised a tick nigger, and tho
nigger bscumo sirkcr in consequence of
the dousing and should die. Thu com
ments of our foreign rollciout friends
won hi bo very proper, if it worn not for
ono littlo faot, which steals from tho com
ments their point, and that fact is, that
Sherilf Irvin did notgivo Jake, tliopreach-
or, tho information reported, .lako who
can preach "l'ku Satan beating tan bark,"
and who is a whole team nt the business
of baptising, would Immerse anything thai
walks on two lcgt.in any condition of
health, if all the shorills in tho lar.d should
try to dissuade him. He is bettor at bap
tising than at any other business. His
pride is his skillfulncss at tho business of
immersing, and Icing fur all the candi
dates in the fluid just pending an election.
AT TIIK ST. CIIAULKS II0TKL THIS
Tho first parlor entcttainmcnt, under
auspices of tho choir ot the Church of the
ltedeemor, will bo hnid at tho St. Charles
hotel, this (Tuesday) evening, April ICth,
commencing at 8 o'clock. The following
1. Chorur May Im Nellh.irt,
Cliotl-toro'ul Urn Uliuich of the Kejennrr.
2. Hulo fly My Hkllt mld thu Hone Ktiehen,
3. Duet Cornet and 1 laio
Mil. AM) MliJ Itlllllll.
4. Solo and Choru-SIm leep beaeuth the Kura
Mil , W, 1'. IlllLIDAV.
5. Solo La Luno - igmuml Sehleslnger
Jim. Al'MtLU oi.iui.i.suta
tin. W, I'. II llicat aniMi. 1' t ma.
Jin. W. li. Moans.
a. Duet Pel and I'enaant P. Vol Supao
Sl, VV. II. Gliotur a1i Mta. .M. K. (Iil.crur.
9. Duet Oracelul Couaort From tho creation
Mas. !,KSDI AKtf Mb. Coax.
10. Solo ("aiotrelhi Civ I lere (Jolt chtlk
II, Quartette If iiipy ami lot of Heart
. ..Uil'ieniMii li rl
Mat. ttAtiiAT, Mm ir hi.ii, j.ii, ricuLtsiausu
A!U .!. jiuaui
Admission Vo cent
Concert t coinineuco at 8 o'clock.
eLNT TO THK TKNtTKNTIAUV I'OH LtPK.
Between seven nnd eight o'clock lust
night the Jury In the Walker
mlirder case, returned a verdict
of guilty, ami fixing tlio tern
of tho primncr In tho penitentiary at
nliioty-iiinu years or for life.
AlllllVKI) AMI DKPAHTKII.
Hteaincr. Whero from. Whereto
X. W.C Casoyvillc.
X. Longworth.X. Orli'uii...('ino'iiinall.
M.J. Wlekt...N. Orleans...St. I.oitl-.
Grand Tuer..Meiiiphis St Lulti.
Julia Burg St. Louis.
I. Carroll N.Orlu ns...St. Louis.
Thompson IX.St. Louis
J. Uilmore ....l'ittrburg.
M. Houston. ..X. Orleans,,. Louisville.
Illinois Columbus, ...Columbus.
ma MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terniH, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills,
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon application.
II. V. Olypiiaxt,
I). A. Bokkk, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-IC-ly.
condition ok tub kiveus.
Itoro the river was rising slowly yester
day ; tho present riso has about had Its
run und still Cairo remains high and dry,
notwithstanding sonio of our exchanges
At l'ittrburg tho Monongaheia contin
ues declining. At Cincinnati tho Ohio is
gently falling, with 40 feel in the channel.
At Louisville tho river is declining at a
slow rate with 'JO feet in tlio canal and 18
feet in the elm to. At Evansville the
Ohio is rising slowly.
Tho Mississippi is still on the declino
with a fair channel.
Arkunsas river is falling, with twelve
feet in the channel.
White river is rising very fast.
HUSIXKSS AND WKATIIKIt.
Business wits very good on the levee
yesterday, considering that It was Mon
day which is generally thu dullest day of
the week. Oceana of freight still on hand
and plenty going forward.
Tlicro was considerable weather to bo
found on the streets yesteday. Tho wind
blew at a high rnto all day. Tho tky was
Thu James Howard urrivol from Xow
Orleans Sunday noon, and had buen hero
but a abort timo until she was loading for
u return trip. She will leave about Wed
nesday with ail she can carry.
The Kick Longwurth would have load
ed here if it had not been for her Louis
ville freight. She laid hero and cleaned
her boilers, and probably saved tu iho dis
agreeable task of recording another blow
The wind was so strong yesterday that
it was very diflictill for the furry boat to
insku U-r regular trips.
Thu Thompson Dunn camoout wanting
about 800 tons freight, which tho can
obtain without any deluy.
All Iho packets down stream hud splen
did trips and each received considerable,
The Evansvillo packets aro bringing
down a largo amount of corn, which the
owners aro anxious tu ship at any price
t get it off tho bank. Tho Arkansas
Bullu had 6,0-UO sacks Inst trip.
Tho now steamer' Exporter will bo at
tho wharf somo timo this week. She has
for one freight item 12,000 kocs of nails.
Tim X. W. C. camo in with a tow of
LOOK OUT VOlt A UALA'DAY.
Tho Cairo Turner Association will
givo a grand May festival on tho 10th of
May. Further particulars in duo time.
By ordor of tho
l-10w-f-s Com. of Arraxokmk.nt3
Wire Window Screens,
Spongo and Hip baths,
Chamber Pails, Brass nnd Enameled
Kettles, Britania Ware, Coffeo and Tea
Pots, Hair Wlro and a general assortment
of Stampod and Plain Tin Ware.
Lust, hut not least, Ciiahtf.u Oak
Cookino Stovkk, lo bo had at low figures
at C. W. IlENDEItSON'.s,
3.i!7mld 100 Commercial Avo.
1I0OTH AND hllOKS.
Wo have n full lino of Philadelphia
Goods for Child's Wear; Child's and In
fant's Pearl Buttons, Queer colors of overy
stylo nnd description, in quantities to sup
ply both Wl.olesulo and Kctuil Trade, to
gether with a full and cumpleto lino of
i.udios' and Misses Shoes, fresh from tho
best factories in tho United .States, all of
the latest nnd most improved patterns
and lutest styles out. Call and seu llicm,
4-113t Elliott & Haytuoiin.
Tlio undersigned offurs for rent a com
modious storo room on Eighth street. Tho
houso is new and furnished comploto with
shelves, counters, gas, water and every,
thing needed. Tho lacation is ono of the
best in tho city, und offurs a good oppor
tunity to a procory or dry goods man.
for particulars Inqulro of
R. J. CuNiurr,
Cor' 01 s,xt" ttnu" Cotiiraorclal.
-Only ten cents per day for $1,000 pol
ley in tho Life Association of America.
Cakl L. Thomas,
Special .Bent. Office in Parker Blake's
. paint atoro. 4-Utf,
Clljr NfttlotMl Bank Bnlldltsff.
sn.Speclal attention paid toordera Irorri slcan.
oata nkht or lav.S
Wm. Alba has removed his barber
shop two doors below Paul G. Schuh's
drug store, whoro ho will bp found to
gether with his brother C.itirad swinging
his sharp rnzors as usual. Tho shop is
fitted up In splendid stylo, and a room set
opart for tho aecomuioJutiun of Indies
who wish to havo hair dressed or cut.
1 huvoa neatly furnished room which
I desire to rent to a man und his wife, ur
to two young men, with or without board
ing. Terms reasonable. For further In
formation apply to
4-8-Ct. FltKD. Tiikoiiold.
For Salk. A cottage on 12tb strool
containing 7 rooms, cittorn nnd oui
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
2 Mlo.l M
i M!o:i VI
...27 to 2ik
,..21 10 2b
HreenVlIt' ?17K "rT fiini
Oured "i DtoOV, Ury Ball......-.4c
Oreen Calf YI'-I2UI3 Kheeppelia ea 2A
(hiret' " 14toll)
Kanawha per bbl....J 21 1 litlry pr Mil 3
Imperial 1 10 In 1 10 1 Gunpowder
Uolonx tiinckloi In I 30 1 Veiling llya'n t 10 lot 46
IIHANUV-llennesay r iial bent 7 U
l.iriiettt r " 2W
Cinri'l per case'
.1 at ,.3' R to 33 I l.uoayra.....
Itio, i rla.c to choice -...
Omona, per IdUl 2 I I'otaiopa, per bhl-1 nn3a3
Union seis,per b Ishel m 2 75
Now YorU Clieshin - - 13tol
Common Hmnc, per (loz 2'S7
Choice to Kxtra " I W lo 3 M'
a. it. ee to t tA
IlccaMritK nntl Tnllowi
llcfmai 3u Tallow 7 a
LAUD Intierceaperlh I to
in kem 1'lUlo
11AJIH (liKir cured" , 12 i'J
Mhotllilera bacou "
" Ory fnlt
CKtraUos ' llacon ....
' " dry salt..
tin car a and ttjrrtias,
SCfl Ml New Orleans prime to rhnice
Collee A ...
Criihi"l nnd I'uvJereil ...... 1IU .o l.a
lliiiniilaitil 14U to IV
t)rlr:inn nrw tutu Cij
fitlnniea tJ lo 190 I llurUpF........ 23Uf
Twine T ll He mp...M lo 3uc
Twine Klax COc
Millet I ;4
iiioiKiinaij..... .,.,., .y
Cluvir, per l.uiin e ontcifl to
Timothy, per bu-lnl .. 2 toto'i ui
Our Homo Advertisers.
II to 12c
Hntra er a- rrlchl.
Compre-eil 8, ..... ........ll o
llT'fi'niira-il 1 H , tu
lo ,NW XUli per bbl
To Hnrtnn rer 1.1.1
,. 1 70
I'rom Cairo to.
From Cairo lo
Flour, per lib,.' .Till Ml
Hay, per ton ..id 0 t M
Corn, in r cwt.. w 3H
Oat, or ewt ... vol :v
I'oUOua.irrl'll 3iil w
Applea, per hbll So 0
fork, fer M I l
Whisky, oerkbll 74112.'
Coal Oil per
i uoarco , r ri
Cotton per M
i.u inner per di
(Hupceanor to Joo.li . en'lel.)
All Kind Co it it try 1'roduce,
Con. 10th Strket a.nd Wasiiinoton A v
Having' piirrhnseil the iirocery nlore, Klrly
owned hv Mr. Jon-ph Merilrl, I will Keep tor
Bile n general lino nl rumllv rrrnexrluM At flu.
thoieeM III the mnrket. To Ih-ini who may avur
n.u u'lllt llinl. .lutm.iai.A ....... . .... ...T.
.. .. ....(. 'ui.-, . Kuiiruniri. ,IH low
lirlcee, coiirifoiia trtalment anil I rntnpt nlleu.
lion ii enn ho Imil ill anv elmllar eloro in the
city. I auliuit a share ol tho nutronnuo of Ihe
PAKKKll & RLAKK,
U R V GOOD
FOB SPUING OF18T2.
HAH JIKKK, AND OONK AND DONK IT AOAIN !
Ow ing to hi-larg salea ol
FALL AxNI) WINTER GOODS
he Inuml It neeearnr" to ag.ln vlaltthe K-n'ern
M.iiket nnd will return wllhin a few dnynwiltia
IIwNho to c ill th mtenti'm of nuyr to hl
STOOK ODE1 O-OOIDS
Hi iroo.U cn not be purpwtcd, nnd he
GOODS A2SnD PRICES
wi'h thnaeof i.nv liouac which you have lieen ac
vukioiiiii ii urai Hull
lli etnek will e- nist of
Iltl.HH POPLIMN, NII.HN, IM.4IDS,
And all other norlaof
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
He fl0 lift! fl ltrf? tint'lt t,t f Trim,
jnliil? KiNhnil-lerifc, a reat unvty uf rthnwN,
1wlWfl9 MlIU VAIIIIftt",
A.T LOW FIGTJEES.
He nlao keep.. varletv of ladlea ami rhlldren'a
shoea end tiothing ot ill i'i aanil pilcea.
Bloc lull un . i'iiiiiirtei.l through. Call and
Auiuiitr, tut ti oi pay.
3lif J. UUItOBK.
WALL PAPER, PAINTS.
PiitlX, llenalne, Uaaollnv,
WINDOW SHADES, .
Anil the celebrated illumination
imObK IIU1LD1NQ, COR. llTII-ST. u COM
PKlt.aON.L The i clehrated rlnlhlers ff Ht.
L til, Mo,, unounee the iiitroduultuii of a
plan of ordering clothes hy letter, tu which they
cnll your special ntlenllou. They, If requested,
will snl you their Improved und aecurale rules
lorvclf.meaiuremeiit, end nfull line of aamplei
from their Immense Mock of uloths, caislmcrea,
coaling", etc., Dim enabling parties In any part
of tho country to order their clothing direct from
them, with tlio certainty ol receiving fiuinenta nf
the oryl.-lct Hljlennd most perfect lit attaina
ble, flood" ordered w ill be sent by enprcm, i i be
paid on delivery, prondlne that If tncydoiiot Hi,
they can he returned nt their expense. Aa la
well known through tho soulhnud went, they have
for fifteen years excelled in nil department of
their Urnine, w hlch Ii a guarantee to tho char jc
tcr of tho goods they would tend out. Itulea for
self.meaitircmcol, rninpleaof good', illitKt ratoti
clrculnr and prlco Hit tent frco on appllentinn.
Ticknnr A- Co., ninoiifucturcra and dealers in
men's nnd I'oy'x clothing nnd furnishing goods
either reudy.mnde or made to order, Mil atd f)03
North Fourth afreet, 81, Loult, Mo,
N. D. When In St. I.oula you are' Invited to
viclt our mammoth ealnbllahment, whero you
can find thousnnda nnd thounands of. gnrmenla
of nuperlor quality and wurkroanshlp, manurao
lured expresnly for tho beat rolnll trade. Hoys'
clothing a specialty with u, and our stock In this
line Is very exlenilve. TICKNOlt A CO.
l.tStltttHUMtra a flit t'OUH AltltlASa,
J. N. PUILLIPd & CO..
tSuccesors to K ll. Uendrleka A Co,,)
Forwarding and Commission
tesI.lberal Advanrea mi ir0Dc$i
Ar prepared to receive, n.iro am orward
frulghle lo ll puliita and buy n:.u
eell on vomiulnnlon,
trilmlne-" attendeil In promptly
Genoral Commission Merchant
1:13 OHIO LEVEE,
8TUATTUN & RIRD.
(Hucceesora toHlmttOn, llttdaoa A Clark. f
COMM ISSION 31 KROII ANTS,
57 Ohio Lovec, Cairo, Illin-iia
Dealer la all kind or
STAPLE AMD FANCY
rttrmer't) Yard Md ritabllnt;
Cor, Waihiqgton.av. and Twentieth-Bt.,
m CAUO, BU,
D.Z. MATH UN. r.. C. UUL
MATHUSS & UILL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. B 4111 III I.RVKK.
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
COMM ISSION M ERCHANT,
No. 70 tlblo l.errr,
CAIRO, I 1, 1. 1 NC IK.
4D5i-cial attention K'ven to contignmea a
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Ckmckt, I'lahtck Pari,
Corner Kick IN Nlrrt oad Ohio lvr
ItKAL ENTAre AUT.XT.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CO UN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS kok FAIRRANK'S SCALES
Ohio Lkvkb. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN li. PHILLIS & SON,
(Succea.ora to Jno.l). Phillls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.
Cor. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEV KB
II. M. 11ULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer Foreign Fraits and Nuts
No. 131 Cjjmercial-ave.,
WIN EM A Nit MIAUOIIN.
accession to rotitr. a srocariiTa
llcclirjrer nnd Wholeanle Drtvlvr lo
tViireiKM and lloiiienlle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Ohio Lkvek,
1 1 1'. ki'i nmn hand constantlv n full stork o
XiUhl Kentucky Itulirbon, Ityc and Mouoima
lirlu Whmklea, French llrandlus, Holland Uin
Ithineiiml i;aiiionia inca i.nai.it
WM. II. SCH UTTER,
Importer nud Uboleaitle llcalerlu
' WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO & CIG--A.DRS.
Agent for the best branda of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,'
I an ported Alms of Dlffercm! Ktada.
' 75 Ohio Levee,
' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.