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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1872.
Ttiuzrtxiiot THE ILLINOIS cw1
C m limuUe will govern the errM n" 1
fot fMtKr raln at Cln"
Cairo Citr Ferrr Company.)
Cairo. I Is.. April "'..
u 8SSI1 train, aaiiy. ,. 2.4J p.m
- jprM,ui- a:&.ri.
" rib and ,0UI, Bnm V .t m
aHjage, checxea V
3AIRO AND 3OUN CITY
Will make three (rips dally
Ltavixa xoikd citr
At 'M. ..- -a-m.
At 1:30 .....p m.
At 8 ..... ....-p.m.
win lui .whsnhai ed. lit an good Intermemaie
andinglor passengersor rrcigm,
Fare each ay, M cents! 10 tickets for M M.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Notice Is hereby give n that tlm Wul'J"n"'
meeting ol til. stockholders of , tif- '' Pn
win 1,i.fi.i at ti.c "'y'!n";':hr,:c?lnJ r.n u on.
i rrvo i no
GoM'STlNK & RosENWATEU
Arc soiling tliclr immenso stock ot t
- TO A 1.1. COMERS
AT 'WHOLESALE PRICES.
Pslleailon Office, Rnll'clln HnlldlHir,
til Cdro nvtl.Y, H'mltys excepted) t4
to. K.if Irelzhtor p.i apply on boar l or
Jtn3tf JAM MALl.OKY, Ag't.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. t. McOaulev'a drui
near corner Co-nmerclal avenue, an
WILLIAM 11. SMITH. M. 1).
TVPSIDK.NO.R No. 21 Thirteenth street, be
AXi tweea Washington avenue ami Walnut atretic
urnce m commercial avenue, up pinirn.
0. W; DUNNING, M. D.
rvonipe corner Mlxtti atroet anil Ohio IcVee
UlBoa hoars from a.m. to 1J m., ami v p.m
H. 'WAHDNJ3U, M. D.
D EVIDENCE Corner MncKenth street nnrf
V Waahington arrnue, near court lioime. Df
nc orar thaipoatomoe.' OHlce lioura 10 ti
a.m. andS t 4 p.m. janlctr.
R. 8. BRIOIIAM, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
eet lit Counnerrlnl Avenue,
Especial attention pa'd to the treatment of nil
unronio luseaies, t.iuim.
ALIfiN,' JI UL K E lr & WHEELER
;;00l7KSBL9RS AT LA"V,
William J. Allen, 1
Johrf II. Miilker, CAIRO, 1LLIN0IH.
, aParttcnlar attention paid to rlrer and Ad
4 aurally busmess1
OFFICE Orer First National Bank, Ohio Leree.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William It. Green,
WillitmD Uilbert, V
Miles F.OllWert, J
Vpeoia. attantion given to Admiraltr aud
teamBos Business. f
OfFiei onio lkvkk, hooih 7 and 8 over
CITY .NATIONAL HANK.
. v IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, ) Forftiio f FOR SALE,
f Ferule I
FOR SALE. J KorHAi'e 1 FOR SALE.
. Fare from Liveupool,
Faro from Lokucnukrht
Fare from Olasqow,
Faro from Queekotown
10 CAIRO, ;::::::: $48-
tlloril. Morris A Ca , gents.
tirerpool Mew-Toikaha Plilladtlphls
ota coxraAcr with initio statu. and ssitisii
For Carrying the Malls.
TOR VAESAUM TICKETS
oa ri'STina iaroanATioa
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
lSBroadwsy, New-York, or to
Washington Avenue, Cairn. nnis, 51
Rcmcmbor, wo mako Re
tail Saxes at wholcsalo' pri
ces, for the following reasons :
Our stock of goods lias been
purchased direct of the "firstl
lands, (manufacturers and
agents), prcviousTo the great
advance in prices,' wliich saves
"us a handsome profit, and will
give our customers and pat-
rons tno ocnent tnorcoi. uur
large purchases enable us to
offer at all times better induce
incuts than any house in this
Our largo and quick sales
allow us to show and offer
the freshest and latest styles
of goods to bo found in any of
the largest Eastern Markets,
Our long experience in busi
ness enables us to offer just
what our trade demands. We
warrant our goods to compare
in quality, styles and prices,
not only with the Cairo Mar
ket, but with any of the larg
est Eastern Markets.
To convinco yourself of
theso 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
wo will at all times meet
with them in quotations and
I3e sure and give us a trial
before purchasing elsewhcro,
and be convinced this is no
humbug that.wo do sell, from
the smallest to tho largest, at
thb current Wholesale Pri
AVe have jnade this a Mot
to of Business, and hope to
get an liberal patronage from
this city and surrounding
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
F. D. REXFORD I'roprfeto
coaau 01110 Ltrtt and nr.cosD ST.,
Cairo, Ilunoi .
lhe Only Pint-Clou Joue in the City
aW Baggage convejea to
nil from tr i.,0
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
100 Mile the fthorteat Home
Klgbt' iuIIcn Ihn Nliorleat Route
TO ST. LOUIS.
NO CHANGE. OF CARS
FKOM CAIIIO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ON K CHANGE OF CARS
' 'FROM CAIRO ' TO. '
STOCKHOLDERS' M EET1NU.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R, R. CO.
The annual meeting of StoclliolJi r ol Cairo
A Vincennes railroad will be held id the otllce of
the eompas jr, in Cairo, Illinois, on Tuenlay, the
23d day of April, for the purpose of electing 1)1
rectors for Hie eDsuing vear, and f jr any oihe
business proper to come before such inectlng.
a,2T.dUJ, A. E. HUIINSIDK. President.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN HANK
At assignee of K. K. Hal) A Co., bankrupts, I
will offer at , public auction at Die court house
door IB in city 01 uairo, Illinois, on WeilnenilHy,
the eighth day of May, A. 1). Wt, cu-nmencliiK at
erljr, lo-wlt J
m., tlm folloHing decribeil iirup
Lou numbarad thirlr.teven l'.n. IIiMv.i lul.i
13s, tWrlv-nlne and forty tu, in hlick i.unt
beredsiitj.elgliilWJ io the city of Cairo, ith
improvsuienis thereon, consisting of four Icne.
ment houses Ac. Twras, one third ca.h, aud
tiAlAore lo six (01 or twelve ll!(J nionllis with lieu
and security. ';
HTEPIIEN E. JONES.
Assignee of E. K.JIALL A COi
Cairo, Ills,. April 1I, ls7l.
Oreenaoiibert, atiornert. ' l-U-lWId.
FlurLxa ni Vrown spbti on the fce,
ruptloni, MoteBoa, scrofuloui dlicaiei,
M4 all sorci arising ffom impure blood,
are cured bjr Dr. Piercu'i Ool Jeri Uodical
DiKOW. COS. 4.17U&WU.
CleVHUml, NlaitHlu FhIIk,
VhlUilflihln, New York,
Rostoii, unit all points E:mt.
Janesville, ' Mmllsnn,
"'i l'aul, jnil ull nolnti North,
tins Is MnotheonljMHrecl roule to
Hiillingtoo, lU.kV.lau.l. VSfciifr
Meiiluu, liixon. alle,
F.lvgiiit Drawiiin-Roont Sleeping
OK A 1. 1. NIOIITTIUINS.
IlsgRHgo Checked 10 ull liii)iutunt Points,
for nouns mm inrnrinatlnn, api.lv at , c, II H.
uepui mi un ru I un iiu.ni me i ruin I n ..iur.i.
Iirtween Culuinbusand Cuiro, ami ut the prlnciiwl
it if i'...bu .i.ti..u. ...:. u,....1.. 1 '
... ... .".mi wimr. iiiuu,iim III' I niJtilll.
W. P. JiIIN!-ON1fn,l Pasv. Au't, Cnicau
A MIICIIKI I., Hcii'l. Wiip'l, Chio.211.
J, Jolinaon, .tgenl, uJro.
Weather cool ycstcnlny.
Tho Delta club flouisliM.
Probato court la still In session.
Table Cutlery at P. D, & Co.'s.
John Tanner Is soiling off nt cost.
Ohio river is ricarly nt it taml still.
T.Lewis, Esq., of Snrinclleld, is In the
city. - '
Tho Turner's festival .will bo lield on
May 10th. .:
Firio Vnter-Coolers nt Parsons, Da
vis & Go's. 4-172W
Tho city Jail Is like a banquet half
dcaorted or nearly so.
Parsons, Davis & Co.", soll"Woslon-
holm " Knives. 4-172w
Rovlvnli going on at tho various col"
orcd churches aro oul stirring.
Tho box mid bnskot fiictorv is prepar
ing for tno cotnlng-rruit senson.
See new advertisement of tho Illiuoi
Central In to-day's Bulletin.
Treasurer Martin will- soon have his
new houso ready for occupation.
Gamble wagon shops uro.crowdedvltli
work, aud turn out splendid ivngons,
Remember tho first of May stuto and
county taxes. -l-ndJw
Morgan, of tho Gallatin 'Gazette,'
and Rov. D. II. Turnoy, ore bosom friends
Just nt tills particular timo occur
renecs out of which to munlifacturo locals
1110 very scarce.
Tho total rise In., tho Ohio river nt
this point slncu last Wednesday, vn
twenty und nhnlf foot.
Buy tho new Eire Proof Lamp chltn
ney of P. D. & Co. 4-172w
Go to tho City Shoe Store fur Gent's
I " custom mado " Hoots, Prince Alberts and
'Jersey Ties, of lutest styles. 4-17tf
Mr. Lane, of tho ' Fourtli ward, has
invented a dirt oxcavulor, which it is said
will put a fortune in his pocket.
Tho mammoth Jiis.Howur'1 will prob
ably shovo out for Now Orleans to'-day.
Sho commenced loading on Sunday.
Chnrlio Walker If, it is said, saliillcd
with tho verdict rendered by tho jury in
his caso. lie is glad to escnpo hanging.
It will soon bo lima for tho dog -killer
to comm'enco operations. Dogs, without
a ticket-of-leave, will havo to hunt their
hiding places. '
For several days past tho chfUj gapg
has been engaged in cleaning the dirt from
tho lovoe plnnk road. They aro making n
good job of it.
Tho ordinance relating to tho poiico
force,, recently before' tho council1, will, in
all probability receive n squelcher at tho
hands of tlio mayor."
Tho drivo well at thocornor of Nine
teenth stroot and commercial nvcnuo is
about dono nnd will bo ready for use by
tho public in a fuw days.
Tho ottcedapco of attbrnoys at (ho
circuit court yesterday win very slim.
Messrs. Popo, M. V. Gilbert and J. F.
McOartnoy completed tho list.
Dodgo, Lord & Co., glvo notice In
another column that they will bo In Cairo
on tho 18th to pay claims against sub-contractors
on tho Cairo and Vincennes rail
road. A largo and solect invoice of Uro
laskis warrcntcd homo,, mado, Ladles,
iiilfso?, and children's shoes 11 ml sllppors,
just racoived and on hand uttho City bhoo
Henry Wells, for attempting to ns
saisiuutu a -Mr. Spraguo, a fuw nights sinco
in Mound 'Oily, wus" tried before J. W.
Carter, und-ndmittud to ball In the sum,of
ono thousand dollars.
Tho parlor concert nt tho St. Charles
hotel lust night was well attended. Tho
music, both vocal nnd instrumental was of
n high order, and was highly appreciated
by Jhoso in attendance. '
Pollco business Is oxtremoly dull.
Tho oflicers say tho people aro ontiroly too
orderly to" mako things lively." Wo be
liovo it little energy infused into somo of
tho oflicers would havo a beneficial result-
Only ten cents por day for 51,000 pol
icy in tho Life Association of America.
Carl L. Tiiomak,
Special agent. Ollico in Parker & lilnko's
paint store. 4-lltf.
Tho number of liberal republicans aro
becoming more plentiful in this section of
country every day. Wo hear of a num
ber of gentlemen horutoforo not counted
on, who express theiiiiolvos in favor of tho
A social danco will Lo givwi by Mrs.
Hendricks, at number 134 Clark's build
ing, Ohio loveo, near tho .stono depot, on
Friday ovonlng, April 10th. A pleasant
timo is in storo'for those who may attend),'
Mr. Adolph Swoboda wlshoa to re
turn thanks to tho Hibernian and Rough
and Ready 11 ro companies, and to the
many citizens who rendered him such
timely assistance in subduing tho II ru that
jbroko out in his oitabllsmcnt on Saturday
A little boy, probably not mora than
eleven years old, was xont to tho cala-
boofco yesterday, for using nbusivo lan
guage to a colored damsel of about thlrty-
uvQiummors. Tho littlo chan is hardly
hit! CnOllill tn ilrlt-''crtllr.ia l. .11.
O" .Iiinu. ull tliu BIUU
oncd nwny ns beyond this no datnogo wns
AVhllo n couplo of girls, who llvo In
tho Chirk building, woro In tho net of lop
ping a barrel o' koroseno oil lust night, tho
oil took fire, nnd but for tho prosonco of
mind of ono of '!io girls would havo re
sulted fn n most disastrous conflagration.
A blanket was procured nnd tho 11 ro ex
Tho' Massac 'Journal of tho 13th an
nounces Proiecuting Attornoy, John .'
McCartney, ns a candidate for itato sena
tor from thu district composed of tho
counties of Pulaski, Massac, Johnson,
Popo and Hardin. The Lord
havo morcy on tho peopla of those coun
ties nnd relievo thoin, etc.
Cltnrlcs Smith yns arrested by police
men lllllingsly nnd .Martin tor being
drunk. Shanncssy charged Mr. Smith
the small sum of ono dollar nnd costs for
his sjiro", which ho pnld. Renjainin Ty
son wns nrrcstcd by tho sumo ofllcurs on a
similar charge, bi. tho had not, intho opin
ion of his honor, boon drunk ououuh to
desorvo n fine, nnd wns nccordingly dls.
Tho Ohio rlvor improve
ment . . convention recently held
nt (Jinclnnntl niloptcu n reso
lution requesting the governors of states
bordering on tho river, to nppolnt commit,
tecs on tho improvement of said rlvor.
In compliance with tho resolution Gover
nor Palmor has appointed Capt. W. P
Halllday, of Cairo, Unlit. Alf. Cutting,
of Metropolis, John Gilbert, of Golconda,
Chas. Carroll, of Shawneetowp, and Jus.
1'iicko, of Curnil, ut sucli committee
James O'Ncnl, colored, on a cliargo of
uttonipting to commit n rape an n littlo
colored girl, eight yotrs old, daughter of
Susan Gates, was put upon trial In tho cir
cuit court yoitorday morning. P. II. Popo
was appointed by thb court to defend
O'Neul; and J. F. McCartney appeared
for tho pcoplo. Thojury In tho caso re
turned.u verdict of guilty and fixed tho
term of tho prisoner in tho penitentiary
at three years, A whlto man was tried
on li charge Of robbery, and was sentenced
to tho penitentiary for ono year.
Tho Sparta 'Plalndoalcr,' of tho 13th
says : "Tho onglncors have located tho en
tiro -lino- of tho Cairo and
St. Louis railroad, and the
work of grading goes forward rapidly
ill along the mad. Froii) all. points wo
hear reports of encouraging progress.
Tho weather is all that could bo desired,
and if It continues in Its present fnvorablo
state, wo look for oven nioro active work.
Tho contractors in this neighborhood, en
couraged by tho weather, made good time
in thu past week. Mr. Van Gordor will
probably' finish his first mile to-night."
Mr. Coll'ey, of tho firm of ColToy,
lirown & Harrison, Ashley, Illinois, and
nlso of tho firm of H roach & Coll'ey, Me
ridian, Mississippi, and .Mr. Pace, of tho
firm of E. C. Puco Co., As'n)o,yj Illinois,
havo gono into tho commission business in
this city under tho firm numo of Colloy,
Paco & Co. Their place of business is at
No. 55 Ohio levee, in NelTs now building.
Theso gentlemen como among us
well recommonded us .thorough going bus
iness men of strict integrity, nnd a com
pleto knowjedgc of ,tho commission busi
ness. They will deal in flour and transact
a general commission business.
Tho warm days of Summer aro ap
proaching, whon wo shall nil bo pestered
by annoying mosquitoes nnd hopping
fleas, but which will bring along with
theso trials tho luxuries of ice cream and
soda wutor. And whero shall wo go for
cither ico cream orsoda water but to Phil
Saup's. Ho is ulrcady furnishing both
these delicacies to inquirers, nnd wo can
assuro nil the public that they aro tho
best of their kind cxtunt. His saloon, on
Commercial avenue, is neatly littod up
for tho accommodation of ladies mid
children, and no improper characters aro
ever permitted to enter it. Tho attend
ants aro polito und very attentive, to their
duties, and. parents may entrust their
children to their caro without any misgiv
ings of any kind, l-ll-ml
Wo will bo In Cairo Thursday April
18th, lo pay claims against sub-contract
ors of tlio Cuiro nnd Vincennes railroad.
Do.ioe, Lord St Co.
. FOR SALE.
Tlio undersigned has for sale, nt low
price, a flno liorso nnd fpring wagon, In-
quirunt tho Cairo City Wharfboot.
i-Htf. MAT. CLARK.
EXCURSIONS KENTUCKY MUFFS.
Tho furry bout,'luring tho-prcscnt high
water, will extend her trips up .Willow
Creek to tho Kentucky Mull, leaving
Cairo at 8 11. in. nnd i p, in.
This will bo n very pleasant trip for
families nnd plcnio parties, l-Utf
THE DAVIDSON STOCK CLOSED OUT,
Remember tho ttulo of vuluablo agrlcul
tural Implements in tho basement of tlio
First Nationnl Hank this morning. Corn
Planters, Sulky Cultivators, Horso Pow
ers, Platform Scales, Grub Pullers, and
other valuable articles, will bo sold ut mic
tion, cheap for casta "Call around gentle
men nnd I warrant you will find good
GERMAN LUTHERAN SCHOOL I'ICMC TO
I IK IIKLII IN THE 1'I.ORA OAIIHEN,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 1ST, leCA
Speeches nnu n concert Will no among
tho attractions. Icu cream, lemonade,
cotfeo nnd other refreshments will bo
furnlshed'ln nbundniice. The garden will
bo ronovnlcd expressly lor this occasion,
nnd tlio managers will" exert themselves
to make this first May picnic the most
pleasant and cnjoynblo one of the sonon.
Tho public' nro respectfully Invited lo
nttend and enjoy themselves and thereby
contribute to n good cause. .Ticket 25 cts.
Committee of arrangement'.
H. M. HULEN, ,
GROCER and CONFECTIOIN
Ami Dealer Foreign. Fru'ita and Nuti
No. 134 Cuiaiorcial-avo.,
Cairo, Illinois. ,
Por cheap Quoetiiwuro go to Parsons!
Dgvf Si Co. 4-172w
-Call and oxamlno for yoursolf. Tho
C Shi!: K,f U' ,,uUu ""a-Kl. The
Utj bhoo Store are ,avng n run
oiling for less Uiail toInmoncastcri
.ro ioldolMwh.ro Don't full to examine
'their stock which Is complete and styll.i,,
An "attempt to burglarizo Mr. It 11
Cunningham's storo was mado night bc-
loro Inst, uno or tlio ehutturi of tho win
dow in tho rear of tho storo was removed
and set up by the sido of tho houso, Tho
thief or thieves roust havj boon freight-
Seventeen Years or Succr.ns, In
165G tho now famous Mustang Liniment
was mado. known to tho public. by an ex
tensive system of advertising. From that
timo to tho prosont, the demand for it bus
been steadily increasing until it has taken
tho lead of ull embrocations, lotions, olnt
mor.ts, ncd other external remedies, im
ported or domestic, ever introduced into
tlio American market. In tho most cele
brated racing and trotting stables, in tho
establishments of stngo and city cur com
panies, and tn (ho stablcs'of private gen
tlemen, it is tlio only recognized cun for-
such diseases as require outward treat
ment. Nor is it less valunblo for a local
application for somo of tho most distress
ing complaints to which man is subject.
Rheumatism, stillness of tho joints, neural
gia, soro throat, tumors, wons, earache,
toothache, yield to its pain-subduing,
counter-irritant properties, und burns,
scalds and cuts aro healed with incredible
rapidity undorits operutjon.
Wiro Window Screens,
Spongo nnd Hi)) baths,
Chamber Pulls, nrnts nnd Enatnolod
Kettles, Rritanla Ware, Coll'eo nnd Tea
Pots, Hair Wiro nnd n genoral assortment
of Slnmpod and Plain Tin Wuro.
Last, but not loast, Charter Oak
Cooking Stove?, to bo had ut low figures
at , C. W. Henderson's,
3-27mld 190 Commercial Ave. .
W.nh Alba has removed' his barber
shop' two doors below Paul G, Schuh's
drug storo, whoro ho will bo found t'o
gotlicr with his brother Conrad swinging
ids sharp razors ns usual, Tho shop Is
tilted up In splendid style, and u room sot
apart tor thu accommodation of ladies
who wish to have hair dressed or cut.
Fresh stock of Silver Plated Cailors
at P. D, Si Co.'s, 4-172W
MR". MAT l'lURNS l'OUONKIl.
At about nlno o'clock last night the re
port was that Mrs. Mat llurncs had poi
soned herself was being told nbottt the
streets. A reporter of The Hulletin
was sent out to ascertain the truth or falsi
ty of the story, and gained tho following
Sometime during yosterday afternoon
Mrs. li. gavo lior littlo girl a child about
eight years of ago a quarter of a dollar,
and sent her out to buy morphine. The
child refused nt first to go for tho poison,
but tlio mother threatened to whip her
if sho did not obtain it for her. The
child flna lly concontcd nnd went out and
obtained tho wortlt of tho monoy in mor
phine, lletwccn eight and nino o'clock
Marshal Cain was sent for, und arriving
nt Mr. Hurn's. residence,, found Mrs. !!
undor rvshed in tho bAck .yard in an in
sensiblo condition. Sho wins removed to
tho hquso-and placod W a b'ed.. ' '
At ton o'clock) when! our reporter loft,
sho was till alijro, but .it wds'; the'opinlori
of nil those "who saw her that Abe" was be
yond human 'atilslauco, and Would surelv
die. J' ' ' '
Tho week . opemf with n goto! market
for Hour,: Corui and Oats. Prices of
Flour rulo higher thanilast week. Corn
and bit nro jn active demand, but sales
aro restricted on nccountof Tight receipts
QuotftJ6n's" nrblghcr'thanhcy-'ould bo
11 me supjuy wjre cquai 10 ipo; ucm.mcl
liny Is plenty, mtd dull. Rates of
frulght'rcmainnchanged. r; -.
Hero tlm river, Ws..r'i'Pgi'!pwjy'yesto;
dnyi tiirj'prcsent rfso bfci abq'tit had its
'run nhd'still Cairo remains iiigh,n'nd dry,
nfitwithstnnding somo of our exchanges
At Pittsburg tho Mononguhela contln
ucs declining. At Cincinnati tho Ohio is
gently falling, with 40 feet in the channel
At Louisville tho river is declining ut a
slow rnto with 120 feet in tlio canal and 18
feet in tho chute. At Evunsvillo the
Ohio is rising slowly.
Tho Mississippi is still on tho decline
with a fair channel.
Business was very good on tho loveo
yesterday, considering that it was Mon
day which is generally thu dullest day of
the week. Oceans of freight still on hand
nnd plenty going forward.
Tliuro was considerable weather to bo
found on tho streets yeateday. Tho wind
blew at it high ralo all day. Tlio sky was
Correspondents must boar in mind that
our insido ligurcs represent prices in
round lots from first hands, nnd outsido
figures prices for sulcs mado in small lots
FLOUR. Is Htm nt quotations which
show an advance over those of last week.
225 bbls various gradcs..$G 'JC8 OOfoO 25
1,100 bbls various
Sruue 5 S010 00
ilRAN. Wo note un ndvunco on sales
of last week. Wo quote ' .
300 sacks $21 00
CORN. Tlio demand is good, nnd sup
ply small. Prices rango higher, both for
Whit and Mixed limn tlicy would If re
eclpts woro more liberal. Sales woro
1 cur Yellow, in sacks del
600 sacks Mixed on ordors,,,,
COO 11 a dol
10 cars Mlxod In sacks del,.
l'J50 "sacks "Whito dol
-'cars " In sacks dol...
2800 sucks "Whlto dol on
OATS. Contlnuo as last roportod. Ro
clpts light and pilcos ruling firm and un
changed. Sales wcru
4 cars, Southorn 111., In bulk,
nro weak. No Inquiry for shipping pur
4- cars Choice Timothy, del $20 00(5,(22 00
8 ' Mixed del 22 00
" Prarlo, " - 15 00
" Choice Timothy, on
ordors 23 00
RUTTER.-Solld Packed Is in demand.
It Is loo Into In tho season for Roll.
Choice is icnrco, very Choice would
soil readily at 2Gc. Sales were
4 pkgs Roll
12 " Choice Roll
EGGS. Plenty In tho market,
qnotntlons nro lower. S.iles woro
3800 doz 12lc(mt3c(il4c
POULTRY. Choice Hens bring $1 25.
Mlxod find n good market at quotations.,
60 do. Mixed Chickens 53 00 1 25
CO " 3 504 25'
1 coops Turkeys 12 00
MEAL. Tlio market is quiet. Wo
300 bbls Stnm Dried, del $2 85
200 " Rccchcr's Caloric on p. t.
10 " in lots on orders 3 00
PROVISIONS.-Salcs hnvu been nioro
activo than ut last report. Wo quote
2,000 lbs Uacon Shoulders fijc
1,000 11m "'dear Sides 7ju
10 tierces Lard 8c
10 tubs Lard, Choice 0c
500 lbs Convulsed Hums 15)c
AllltlVED AND JIEI'ARTED,
Htramer. Whcrojrom. Where to.
City Helena. .Vieksburg ...St. Louis.
Exporter Pittsburg N. Orleans.
Hello Leo N. Orleans,.. Louisville.
J. Howell N. Orleans,,. Louisville.
E. C. KUlott... Cincinnati ...Memphis.
S. J. Hale Cincinnati.... .Memphis.
W. H. Urown.St. Loul'.
Wnrner St. lyjuis Pittsburg.
Illinois Columbus Columbus.
lielfnst St. Louis N. Orleans.
Jessie Csmdcu Cincinnati.
City Clicster...St. Louis Memphis.
1110 MUDDY CoAL.
Steamboats supplied ut uny time, both
day nnd night, with either lump or chest
nut coul, In uny quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yurd at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. Olyi'hant,
D. A. Hokek, Get.'). Snpt.
Sales Agent. 3-10-ly.
condition or the rivers.
The river ro.o but vcrv littlo vester
day and probably may bo found station
ary, ine total riso nus neon aooul "J(jj
feet up to lust evening. Tho decline in
tho .Monongnhcla continues. At Cincln
natl and Louisville tho Ohio is irentlv fall
ing. At Loulsvillo thero 19 feet in thu
canal und 11 feet in tho chute. Tho riso
in thoTivcrnt Evunsvillu continues.
Cumberland river Is again risiiic, ul-
tlioiiL'h nt a slow rate.
Tho Mississippi continues on tho decline
at St. Louis. A trrcat manv of our elti
zens nro of tho opinion that that river hn
been rising, from tho water lo bo seen in
that river, but' It Is only back water caused
uy tlio high stngo or tlio Ohio.
nUSINESS and weather.
On tho landing thero was a fair nmount
of business done. Thero is plentv of
freight on hand.
Tho wonther was fair, and pleninnt. To
words night it cloudod up and thero wcro
luuicntions ol rain.
Tiio crow of tho Thompson Dean let u
hlid. or tobacco into tlio r Wor but it wus
got out after somo trouble and sent to tlio
Arthur fields second clerk of tho
Euima O. Elliott died nt Loulsvillo last
Tho Idlcwild did not arrivo until v
lorday morning. Sho was detained by tho
Tho now stern wheeler Exporter arrived
ni uoyiight und us sho did not slay long
wo wcro unublo to Inspect her.
Tho Hello Leo passed up for Louisville
lor a load.
Tho Ernma C. Elliott nnd Sam J, Halo
had fair trips for Memphis. Tho Elliott
Is an Independent packet and is doing a
lair snare 01 business.
Tho Warner with tho barges Milton
and Lewis in tow puseed up tlio Olio
loaded witli iron oro.
During tho high wind Monday the tow
boatN. W. C. with a tow of bar-res. wna
blown across tho bow of tlnfJumes How
ard, wlicro sho rcmnined several hours,
und was only relieved by the Howard
Tho high wind thut nrcvalled Momlv
und Mondny night, was such that boats
woro compelled to lay by.
I bo risk had several hundred sacks of
corn which sho brought down from Gol-
Tho Jcnifio Howoll nnd tho Josslo.
boats that bolong to tho southern trade,
passod up tho Ohio yostordoy.
IhoN. W. O. nnd banros donarted for
While tho second nnd third clerks of tlin
Nick Longworth woro "seeing Cairo by
gas light" tho boat backed out and loft
them: und consequently sho had no ulnrk
on board, ns tho first clerk wont to Louls
villo by run from Memphis.
Tho Belfast canio out nearly loaded, nnrl
filled out her trip hero.
City Natloual Bauk Ilnllilluir.
aa.Sppcial attention paid to orders Irom steam
oats nluh tor dav.Va
J' M. PUILLIPS & CO., V
(Haece.sor. ,0 " B . Hendricks Co.,) '
Forwarding 'aria Commission
' - "
Liberal Advance ini upon42nN
" on ordors
" 4 curs Mixed, In sacks, del
400 sacks " a
(lu small lots).
1 " Choice AVhlto, In' sacks,
on orders ,
1 car Choice Galenu, in sacks,
HAY. Is in light domnnd, ami prices
Crumb Bushes and Fays, now stylo, nt
P. D. Co.'s. 4-1 72 w
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If so, take our ndvlcannd puroluse your tickets
over tie old rvllshle and popular Mimochi Pa
cing lUiian'P. which is positively I lie only line
running threo dally express trellis from Ht. f,ouls
to Kaunas City nnd tlio. fU na 1, tNjti vt-l v
the only lino which runs Piillmin palo sleenors
ml tine day comiier. (especially for movers)
equipped with Miller's mlcly ehiiforni, anU'tlie
patent steam brake, I-roin St. I.uuis to Kansas
0,,1' o.1, fC0".LLareiiee, Leavenworth, Atobl
on, Bt. Joseph, Nehnissn City, Council Worts
am Ornnlin wit hunt change Kor Infoimatlon'ln
regaad to time tsbles, lates, Ao to any point in
Missouri, Nebraska. Kansas, Colorado, Texaa.a-id
Culifurnln, call upon or address H. M.Thorniso,
agent, Missouri Pnclno It. 11, Columbus. Ohio 1 or,
K. A, Kurd, Genf rul 1'aaseiiger Agonl, 8. Wli
No trouble to answer quostlons. S-O-wly.
Are prepared to receive, store ant orward
freights lo alf points aud liny atU
., -.aell on commission.
. s -
awnslness atlepdeu to promptlr .
MILLER 61 PARKER,
ami t . 0'
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS roil FAIRHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, UAIItO. ILLS.
V.t. MATI1USS. g. C. UIIL
MATHTJSS & UIIL,
FOE. "W AKX)I 2STC3
Commission M kr charts
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. Ut OHIO I.KVKK,
STRATTON Si HI HI).
(Surcensora to.llratton, Hudson A Clark.)
COMMISSION M ERCH ANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
COMMISSION M K RC II A N T,
No. TUOhlu Levee,
CAIRO, I I, I, I N C I H.
Cw-Hp'Clsl attention given lo conxgnruPL
CLOSE k V1ISCENT,
DEALERS I3ST ITIMiS
Cement, Plaster Paris,
turner Eighth Mireet autil Ohio avr
" CAlitO. ILL.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
It V IIOOIIN.
FOR SPRING OF 18T2.
HAS I1EEN, AND OONK AND DONE IT AOAIN !
Uxlng to his larse sale ol
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
he lnim-1 it neresnnrv to nziln vl-ltthe KjiHern
Market and Hill return hIIIiim a fuw ilnys wiln a
hunilnoiiie stock ol
llowlnh'. tocill (tin Atlontlon of llnyfrtt toliU
stock: of a-o
Ills gooili can not b inrpasied, and he
solicits u coinpnilaoii of
with those of anv house Hhlch you havebcen ac
customed to deal with.
His stock will consist of
IltlNlI POl'LIMN, N1LKN, PI.AIUN,
HITPN ANI III.ACK AI.PAUAN,
And all other serfs of
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
lie also keens a InrKe stuck nt I.ncrv. Trim.
mlng tSuibriiiilerie,'!! great variety of hhawli,
AT IiOW PIO-UEES.
He aUn keeni 11 variety oflailies' ninl rl,ll,l.,.n'o
shoes and clothing ol all sizes anil priocs.
Hioeic full nnu cmntilete all thruuL'h. ir.tll ...I
examine, for it will pay.
win J. llUltiir.K.
(Successor lo Jo-epli .Vomlcl.)
All Klnilis Country Produce,
Con. 10th Street and Washington Av
Having purchased 1I1; grocery s ore lately
owned h ilr. Joseph Mepdel, 1 will keep lor
ssIh a general I'"".0' fS"1'1 Kroerle ol the
choicest in the inarlret. To those Mhu may lavor
UIH Willi ""hiiiivu 11s luw
nrloes, ooiirieoiis treatment ami r-rmnpt atteu.
lion ns can no had nt any similar storo in the
city. I solicit a snare 01 llie patronage of tlm
3UL JOHKPH DROSS,
For Sale. A cottugeron 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cittern , and out
houses complete Apply to
W. W. Thoknton.