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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1872.
THE BULL E T IN
-M-HlTtr- MUM. Hnllrtlii Haltrtinil
Wantih. A lIJ' 11,0 1,1 11,0 cnPlnu
roort of the Btiu.KTix, during Uio tiny
time. Apply nt H ."' Rl 1,10 ol"co-
y, . .U?K. A. Hornktt.
Another Cincus. Mr. Chos. Noye,
with hit frr.frmwlfcroicfnt City circus,
will onUrtain cur citizens on next Satur
day. Pkrhaih a groat many people lor.'t
know tbtt under llio now constitution ju-
tlcei of thd peacu liate Jurisdiction In
their court of two hundred dollars.
Kentucky Liiikauv Association. A
Ilrr.Cfd number of Oifl Concert ticket fur
tba Kentucky Library Association can bo
obUlncd of W. II- Rockwoll & Co., on
Commercial avenue. Tlio lu will con
tinue until the 25th inft. ll-tO-td
Toys, etc. Our cntorprlslnc; coulee
tlonary merchant, Phil II. Saiip, left Sun
day afternoon for Chicago, where ho will
purcbaio and tend to tills city Ihu largest
and finest lot of toys, etc., ever .brought
to Cairo. All arc invited to call mid sco
Phil after hu return. 1 l-l'-Mf.
Away From Home, Sir. and Mr..
Oberly are away from llio city, nt tho ftym
of Mr. Oberly, Sr., four mile west of Oar
bondale. Thoy woro called away .suddenly
by news of tlio alarming illness of Mr.
Oberly'i mother, and will not return un
til the crista ha been patted.
Amoko the delegate attending tho
Staamboatmen's convention wo notice tlio
venerable (Jen. 1'nnny of .St. Loul. Tlio
general tayt that Cairo tins improved con
tiderably tir.ee tho first time he "saw it,
which was in 1817. We should say so.
M. Bubno, proprietor of tlio Mechanics'
boarding house, has boon nppolnted ngont
for tho employment of men and tenuis for
work on the Texas and l'acitlc milroiid.
The faro lias been reduced on wagons,
teams and men, to tbu works, uml trans
portation enn be obtained of htm nttho re
duced rates. He has plenty of stable room,
and good accommodations for Hum and
.STKAM 110 ATM KN S CON V UN.
The Goon Show Coming. Tho best
circus travellluir, und u great fuvorito
with the people of Cairo, is yot to come.
No noise precedes its advent into our city,
but a great and welcome Noye comes with
it. Mr. Charles Noye' Crescent City
Circus will bo hore on next Saturday and
will glvo an entertainment worthy the
patronage of all.
Firk. It will bo gratifying to policy
holders In tho Lycoming insurance Co., of
Pa., Continental Fire insurance Co., of N.
Y., and American Firo Insurance Co, of
Chicago, to know that all came out of tho
Boston firo fisst-clns. All losses ordered
to be paid as rapidly as they can bo ad
Justed. Almost a Seiuous Accimknt. Win,
Sheldon, a laborer working on tho bargos
loading fogs for F. J. Lubko of .St. Louis,
was entangled In one of the check lines
yesterday and thrown over thirty leet, his
lower limbs were badly hurt. In tact ho
had a very narrow escape from instant
death. Dr. Dunning examined his wounds
and prouounces them ns being not neces
Aid Tendkrkij to Boston. Mr
F. Bross, Grand Master 1. O. O. F. for tho
state of Illinois, telegraphed to Boston
tendering such aidns tho unfortunate city
might need, and last night received tho
following telegram from tho chairman of
the relief commltteo :
Boston, Nov. 12. 7:0." p.m.
To K. Brow, Grand Master I. O. O. K :
Not in need of assistance at present.
Signed. Wit. K. Foiio,
Chairman Belief Com.
The convention met In tho U.S. Court
room In. tin! cutoti home building nt 10
o'clock n m. A full representation
wb present, wtth tho excep
tion of Kvantville, Cincinnati nnd Pitts
burg dclogalct, who had not yet armed.
Tho following Is n full list of tho dele
gate preterit .
ST. i.o U IN.
(ien. llaiiiiy, Lapis .Ino. j, Itullngcr
Klioadcs, It. 11. l'egrnm, Lou Bryson, An
son Phillips,.!. P. Fitzgerald, AV. K. Car-
Cupt's IS. II. Wool folk, dames Howard,
II. C. Levi.
CapK T. P. Leathers, .!. J). Burdouu,
Geo. 11. Kirk, Geo. Pogrom. F. C. Fin-
dren, .los. A. Aikin, It. B.'Brltton, W. T.
Itoarifman, .1. C. Binnolt, T. I). dacobs,
los. Dolferls, .lohn ,1. Brown, George II.
OA 1 till.
Capt. Win. P. Halllday, Georgo Fisher,
.1. Stut Neul, G. 1). Williamson, .1. M.
Cupt. E. C. Carroll.
Cupt. .Ino. Scnnett. .
MKMI'IIIS A.VII TIIK IIKN l.
dpt. .Ino. Sennelt.
Cupt. ,1. .1. Brown.
Cupt. Geo. Kirk of Now Alba'ny, wus
appointed temporary chainnan und, Capt.
Tlio. U. Fimlreii und Capt. Kd. Carroll
woru appointed socretarlo.
Un motion tho chairman appointed a u
commltteo of 11 Vo on credentials, thu fol
COM M ITTKK ON IMlKDfc.NTIAI.N.
Capt. ,1. M. Bollngcr of St. Louis, Capt.
K. C. Carroll of Vlckshurg, Capt. It. II.
Woolfolk or Loulsvlllo, Capt. W. P. Hul
liday or Cairo and Capt. T. P. Leathers of
Thu committee retired and In ten min
utes returned and reported on credential.
A motion to receive and adopt thn re
port was carried.
On motion or Capt. Itullngcr, Capt. U.
11. Woolfolk of Louisville, was elected
pormunont chairman, and Capts. E. C. Cur
roll and Thomas It. Tindrcn woru retained
u'l permanent secretaries.
On motion of Uen. Ranny, tho rules r.s
laid down in .Ictl'orson's manual, woro
adopted to govorn tho order nml business
of thu convention.
On motion u committee on rules and
ordor of business was then appointed, con
sisting of tho following named gentle
Capt. G. II. Hicks, Now Orleans; Capt.
.1. H. Noal, Cairo; Capt. Hhoadcs, St.
Louis; Capt. T. P. Leather, Vlckeburg;
Cupt. Frank Carter, Loulsvlllo; Capt.
Win. Burdeuu, lied rivor.
Tho convention then adjourned to meet
again at I o'clock p.m.
boat yard Monday forenoon nnd will re
ceive lior machinery In a few days. Sho
Is M feet long, 1 1 feot wido, nnd dmws 3.
feet. When completed liar cost will bo
about $7,000. Shu Is named for tho no
I'ompllsliod daughter of Capt. Pucker of
Thu Lumsdun left for St. Louis early
yesterday morning, with thu hull and up
per works ol tho new steamer Spread
F.aglo In tow. Sho Is owned by thu Kaglu
Packet company, and will run from
(Juiney to Keokuk.
The ,1. N. Kellogg returned to St. Luuis
with tho hull of thu now tow-boat Future
Citv. built for thu Miss. V. T. Co. Tho
I machinery of tho dismantled M..1. Wicks
j will bo placed III It.
Chat "W. Bradley has accepted thu pi
( sltlou of cashier of .). M. Phillips' wharf
I boat, vice K. Yocum recently elected cir
, Thu Indiana returned from Padueali
' and Is now loading for Now Orleaii-, and
I will leave with dispatch
Tho Malllu JUgoii, Aimadlllo, Shannon
and Mlnneola all cut of tho Ohio river,
brought down good trip. Tlio Malliu
Hagon reshlpped and went back to Louie
vllle lust evening.
Capt. McKlnney commands tho transit
tteamer Illinois, vlco Capt. Lowth re
signed. Wash Koti'ii, who has luiii initio un the
Puulino Carroll for a long time, iiit her
at this port yesterday.
Tho Belfast stored nil her damaged
freight on tlio levee, and gnvo tho C. 11.
Church all tho sound freight, and started
for St. Lmils vestorduv afternoon, Where
sho will hu taken out on tho dock and re
I'Hy .N'utloititl fJiiuk Hiillilluff.
jjpri'ul attention cut'! to order In in Maato
boat niulit of lv
sniuple, $1 CO lo l 00 ; Mediterranean
$1 30 lo 1 60. Damp or lough whoat Is
SACKS. Bcsowcd Gunnies lHj&lOj
Corn Burlaps, 2 Bus. Ea, 18 cts. Im
proved Ounnlci, 2J Bushol, 111 cts. Oats
Burlaps, 5 Btishol 23 eta. Cotton scum
less bags, 36 to 38 cts each.
PBOVISKiNS.-Sugar Cured Hams
canvassed, V lb. 17 lo 18c. Shoulders
Bacon 8Jo; Cloar Sides Bacon, 1212Jc;
Breakfast Bacon, H)loc.
LABI) Itellncd, In tierces H Iti, liJfelOc:
III kegs, tl,, 11 to llje.
TEAS Imperial, 7N?il !8ft; Guniow
dcr, 7(31 2S Oolong Hluck, "tQl m i
Aoung Jiyson, ?i oooii in,
CIIEI.SE. ev wU Factory, new, IIj
tsYKUPri Choice Y' Kullon, UAeOiifl W
SEEDS. Millet -t hn-liel, tl 0(1 ; Timothy
I rmin v. itcii Von si 75tu2 oo. t;iovcr
diKKKKluvii. 'XOiWSe. ! Lairllayra. '.'3
(l'1:. ltlo. I'rimu to C ho ee. 1'U to 23H-.
ItltOO.Ms. Common House "M dozen. Ssl
Wi ; Choice to Extra, S5 00&f 7.; H. B. i W
IIEESWAX, V lh HOc.
SOAP. SchuoU'or's (leiiuali nuAtlcd;
c; i.namiiaiKii soap, , r,
TALLOW, l th 7c.
SUGAB-Cotlee A. 13.1c ; lo He;
urusiiod l'owiiered nuu (iruiiululeu Kugur
io 1(1 lllAC.
FUR GUT. COITON. CoiiiIik-mmmI. In
Ni:v York. b.v. : to Boston i ihi. IIu
compressed, to Nkw York, $1 14; to Bos
r liKIGHT TO ME.MPIIIS.-Flom, JlUe
: Wh skev
Heavy lielhl cvt 17jc
cwt liSu. ; Oats. aSc. ; Totmeco V hh
Wi ; Cotton Y' linle, fl wi ; Lumber p
.o hu. ueiny iiciimii, r owi. iic.
Thu proceedings of tho afternoon ses
sion will appear in to-morrow morning's
Steamer Colorado, Vlckshurg.
" Mullio lUgon, Louitvillo.
" Burksville, Hickman.
" Armadllln, Cincinnuti.
' Shannon, Cincinnati.
" dim Fisk, dr., Puducab.
" -Mlnneola, Cincinnati.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" U. M. Shrove, Memphis.
Steamer John Lumsden, St. Loui.-.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
" Argosy, South.
" Mullio Bagon, Louisville.
" Burksville, Hickman.
" Armadillo, Memphis.
" Shannon, Now Orleans
John F. Tollo, Now Orleans.
" .lim Fisk, .Jr., Paiiticnli.
" Mlnneola, New Orleans.
" Illinois, Cohimbus.
" H. M. Shrove, St. Louis.
" Bolfast, St. Louis.
110 ATS to i.bavj: TO-llAV,
Tho tlno passenger steamer Indiana will
leave for Now Orleans and way points this
evening at 0 o'clock. Tho Win. .1. Lewis
Is tho regular packet for Memphis, Vicks
burg and way landings, this evening.
Tho Eddyvillo is tho Evansvillo packet
leuvlng this day ut (i p.m. Tho dim
Fisk, Jr., is tho dally packet for Paducnh
and way landings leaving at -U o'clock p.
in. Tho regular anchor lino boats leaves
this evening at I! o'clock.
CONPIHON OK TIIK It IV KIM,
Tho Ohio at this point i railing steadily,
Tho total rise was Tour feet sovon Inches.
Soven feet from hero to Memphis, and
llvo and a half to St. Louis. Special dis
patches to The 1Ii i.i.etin report tho con
dition of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers
ut various places.
IIUSINKfh, WEATHER AMI ItATKK.
Tho wburfhouts were crowded all day
with steamboats und barges receiving and
discharging freight, and business wos
splendid, Kutes from hero to Now Or
lounson Hour Is fi5u por burrul, und 27o
per 100 on pound freight. A great do
mnnd for freight of all kinds. Tho
weather wu cloudy nnd rather cool, wilh
prospects of snow.
Tho following delegates from abroad
wero in attendance at tho convention held
yesterday: J.T. Bin dean, Georgo Pegram
J. C. Sinnett, F. 0- Finder, T. P. Leath
ers, Georgo W. Kirk, W. T. Boardman.
abU thing for cun ,, " ' 70,"lor'- E. Jacobs, I), It, Murray, B, H. Pugru'm,
ver deviwd. Mrs. I.M d of Now Orleans ; Gen. N. Bannoy, Win.
elucted assortment of huti i " W'-11 "boades, Lon. Bryaon, .1. N. Bollnuer,
K,,v a..... ' uo"nn. rib. u u n....... a in. im.. . 1
wv..., uwnvip, mm flOHOnS Of .11, , ".I. vyliur, J. I lllllll, oi oi. l.oilis;
of which will be l0,d a c, 'or E C.Carroll of Vlckshurg; Juo. A.
wuuu awuero in tills tnurku ' '
The members of Ulsmurk Bund, section
47, are hereby requested to meet at
Philharmonic hall, this evening, Nov.
13th, at 'J o'clock a.m., shurp, for tho pur
pose of effecting a final settlement with
our general agent, Carl L. Thor.us, who Is
going to leave us on November 15, for
JI, Mevekh, Pres't.
J.vo. W. Pruess, Scc'y.
Personai John A. Pnch, goneral
ticket and passenger agent of tho Mobile
and Ohio Kuilroad, is ut tho St. Charles.
D. B. Marsey, general freight agent
of the New Orleans, Jackson nnd North
western Ksllroad, is at tho St. Olmrlo.
Uayden F. Lyoni, special reporter of
tho St. Louis 'Evening Dispatch,' is here
attending the Steamboutmon's convention.
John H. Bowen, river editor of the
St. Louis 'Globe,' is nttendlng tho con
ventlon. W ar) requested by the SMcrt to
state that there are no eases of small-pox
at St. Mary's hospital, nnd none will bo
received. Tho few cases Irom tlio river
and other places that upply to them for
treatment are sunt at once to tho city pest
housi. Wo are informed that the precuu
Hons taken by the Sisters in charge of tho
hospital to prevent tho spreading of tho
disease was perfectly successful. All
cases received by thorn wore placed in an
isolated building and attended bv a Si.ter
appointed for srnull.poi cases, an'd during
the whole time not one of tho Inmates of
the bospitaljugllt lh conUf,,of,
Mrs Anna Lanu, Eighth .trec.t be
tweeu Commercial and Washington hVe.
woolen 4uww Jd ,,tM,' ,nMket- ll"
Mm .Mn r" "'""'"tcomtort.
llilll io .Mliiirillrj. Motll, '.Me :
: 00 : Corn " ewl., 17Jc. ; Oats, I7jc
es. "rjhltl., SOc; Apples, ffllj. ; Poik,
'hlskey. (We. ; Lumber, a M. 7 do;
rviKui P cm., i ijc.
EV OULEANS.-Floiiri. bbl.Wc;
Wic. ; Apples, rOo. ; Pork, 76c.
y, if 1 00 ; liny rS ton, $7 00 ; Com V
I OalK. ! Tnlmi'i-n l lilnl.
Uh to wear fine bo,it', tln
i.i. .. ...... ... vl 'ueierv
K" W'Wtn KM,,., .. '
uiieh of Mobile; It. H. Woolfolk. John
Howard, II. 0. Levi, of Loulsvlllo. A
full report of tho convention will ho found 1
In Mtiolher column,
Tho nuw Heam tug Flora, built for Kid
dle, Coleman 4 Co., coal dealers at Ar
kun.a, City, by Walker iV Nellls of this
city, wa. succeM.fully uuehed from the!
Monday Evening, Nov. litis. IS7J
Under thu inlluence of dull markets tie-
low us and the low water and high rates of
freight, business in somo of its branches is
a little sluck. Orders lor groceries con
tinue heavy. Choice bay is in u littlo bet.
tor demand, and there Is sonic improve'
merit in Oats. Flour Is improving slight
ly. Corn ami meal aru in good demand
at quotations. Butter unchanged ; chick
ens very dull. Freights are Hill and an
udvauco on somo articles is talked of.
. a9Corrcsiiondeiits should near in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from tlrst bunds, unless
otherwise stated, und that in tilling small
orders higher prices must ho puid.jJ
FLOUB Wo havo n slight Improve
ment to nolo in this market but Micro is u
largo surplus over tho demand. Sales
ran no In nrico from $500 to 75. 100
bbls XXX sold at C CO; 100 bbls do 0 DO
1 car various grades C to 0 7o; 300 bbls
various grades 0 to 0 00 ; 380 bbls do 5 75
to S 25; 200 bbls do 0 00 to 9 00; 100 bbls
do 5 75 to 9 lo on orders, nnd 100 bbls
Byo Flour at $y 00. Sales by City Mills
woro 400 hbls from XX to choice family
at 10 to ! S5.
HAY Strictly choice buy is in good
demand und scarce at i'M OH. Common
hay is plenty and dull. 3 cars strictly
cboico timothy told at 20 00 del; 3 cats
primo timothy del Hi 00; 7 cai choice
mixed dot 18 00; 3 cars fair mixed 17 00
del; 1 car rudton 16 00 del, and 'J cars
choice mixed del $18 SO.
COBN Tho market is fully supplied
all kinds Is in uood demand nt quotations
Wo nolo sales of 1 1 cars mixed in sucks
del at 45c; '1 curs white In sack
dol at 4!!50u; 'J "ccra yel
low in gunnies dot 4bc; 0 cars
mixed in sacks del 40c, L' cms white do
C'2c; li cars mixed in bulk on track Clio;
and 4 curs white in bulk on track 41c.
OATS .Market shows a slight improve
ment over last week; receipts nro taken to
day at 21c on track, and 30c del: sales
compriso 'M curs. 2 cars in sacks del .'10c;
0 cars do do 30o; 4 cars do do 30c ; 3 cars
do 30c ; 1 cur do 30c ; 3 cars do do 29c; 1
car and 4 cars in bulk on truck 2lc, and 1
cur slightly damaged, in bulk on track
sold at 'J'.'c.
COHN MEAL In gcod demand und
linn at quotations. Sales consist of 300
bbls kiln dried del $2 40 ; 200 bhls steam
dried del '.'40; and 200 bbls "Evening
Star" City Mills steam dried at fcl 50
BRAN Very uulet, not much doing;
200 sacks sold at $18 00 del.
BUTTEK Tho market for choice con
tinues good with ready sales ut l!5c. Com
mon is not wanted. 10 pkgs choice roll
sold at 2-'c, und JO pkgtt choico roll and
solid packed nt 'J2 to 25c.
CHICKENS Aru ndrug In tho market
none wanted und few sales are uiudc. 10
do.on mixed, largo and suiull, sold at
$2 25 ; and 5 coops do $2 (II) to 2 50.
TUKKK VS In gooddeiiiund. 1 dozen
choice largo sold nt $15 00 and 2 do.en do
.513 00 to 15 00.
KGGS Stock light and good demand
at quotations. 30 pkgs sold ut shipper's
count, 25c por dozen.
APPLES There is un active demand
for choico apples. Wo nolo sales of 25
bbls common to choico (2 CO to :i 00, and
3 car louds ut $2 50 to 3 23.
POTATOES Quiet; very littlo de
mand, 1 car Wisconsin peucb blows in
bulk on truck at sold 50c per bushel, .
PBOVISIONS-Very scarce. 1 kegs
now lard sold at 10c, and 4000 pounds
bacon shoulders al 7Ae,
GAME There Is a good demand for
all kinds of gamo as tho season advances.
Wo note sales of 0 do.en quails at $1 50
J Ionic Advertisements.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
HUILDEHS' SUPPLY DKPCT
I3J TCNTU STRKRT,
Itoora. Null, lllluil. Mullluii,
:nvUnilerii,(woo4) Wlsiiluwniiil itonr
rrotstfw, riiMirlnsr, rh,
NliltiKlm, (Mused NiMh, mused Nit
l.lRtsta, (llnaed Trisnaoma,
Hhi.Ii Wright, NiMh Pull Ira nml Cnrl
Blind t'lMtenlsstisi, KooHsssr
rli, Itoonusr Censcnt, I'UatrrluB
I'Hpcr, Carpet Tell, While
iiwl, LIiimU Oil, American WlisUow
Mlaaa, Knicllah nsill'reiioh
Male (llata, Fully, u'naler'a Points
Newer PI pea Patent t'hltiiiiea
Our Home Advertisers.
Chartered Hareh III, IHHU.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. It. SAKKOItll. President ;
H, 8. TAYLOB, Vlco-Prcsldent;
11, HYSLOP, SeciTlnry and Ticasiirer.
I. M. lUSCLAt, ClltS, flillUHSK,
K. II. UrocKrLCTii, I'ti i().H lien,
II. II. CcssisoiiiH, II. I', llsmi'tt,
J. M. I'Mii.lim.
Ilepnallaol anyAtiiouul lterelsil Irnin
Test Cent a liwnrda.
1.NTKKKHT paid on deposits at thr tslc ol sii
prcut. peraunntn, Mstvli 11 abd .Sc.lcin
tir ll. iDtfrent not wltlidrawn Is f.d'U'il Itnme
llnlcly to lie principHl of tlic df.ni.n, ttiervtit
K'tlnj; them cntnpoiind Inifrrst
MAHRIRti WOMKN AMI UIIILDIIKN &AY
III THAT Nil OSt rUKCAl ,HAW If,
Upn cittf ljiiiiic ,lnr rni m it a.m. lo :i p.m.,
and bat unlay eteninx lor HAVI.MI HKI'dHTo
oni), irom a i" d ciock
W. IITHt.Ol', Traurel.
4KN'1'S lor lloek Itlifi I'aper t-'empany'
HliHilmi(j Fell and (juartt LVtnont
. W John's i.nprovod Koutini; alwaron
Mr. R. .loncs on G)ininer
ciai uvenue, seconu door west
of Tenth street, is inaiiufactuv
nig Roots nnd Siioes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to iill al
orders on tho shortest notice
He guarantees both the work
and material : his patterns are
ot the latest stvles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Conliden
of the excellence of his work
he invites the patronage o
the public. ;.,,.,,
UtSYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coflee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Rest
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Rest Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
OA IHU, I I.I.I M I (.
CAPITAL, - 81(111.(100
ItKOIJIjAll CAino, A'JUOAII ft KVANS
VII,I,h SLMl-WKKKLY U. S.
TI.e and W'AanlPiMtnt.r.Hleam.r
.lACK OltAMMKR, Mter.
Ki. Thomas, clerk.
nrsr i.ni.v. f.. i.i ,. .. . ..
V Me. nvnrv Tlmn,,lii a..
at 0 o'clock, connect nir at Kvaniviii , liVflf
tlio lulnvllle and C'lnclnnnll packetn. f or
Irellit or piiHoaKo apply to f
Jamkh BltitlH I'aMciiirer Air"'.
lLLK SKMI-WKKKLY PACKKT.
Tlio line IVuwcngcr Packet
pTLeaveH Cairo for Pnducali and Kvaoa
lie every Itu-xilay nml Friday vwtiltitr atli
o clock, l or ficlglit or iwiu,'e apply on
Ixmrd or to on
.Iamkh llmnw, Pawmgcr Att't.
IIKniTLAit (!AlltO AN1 KVANHV1LLK
SKMI-WKKKLY MaIL LINK PACKKT.
Tlio line low pn-nMire I'axKeiiKer Packet
W. B. PKNNINOTON..
STOP AND HEAD!
Caiho Box and Baskkt Co.,
.Mauuruetuiere ol and Dealer In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
llavlnir the sole rk'lit In this city to tine the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the l,ct Putent Kiln extant, we are espe
cially irepared to limilM) at all Hiiii'h, on
the (horlei't notice,
TIIOKOIIOHLY SKASONKI) l.t'MIIKIt.
Attention l called to our Mock ol
CYPRESS FLOORI NG
l.uuilier delivered to auy part ol the i:itv
'Jrders received at the ollicc ol
SAFFOHD, MOItms.t CANDKK,
at that of the company, comer of iMth
treetand Olilo levee niuri'idllui.
S. WALT KltS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o eTery dei-crlpllun,
LATU, SHINGLES, OKDAK POSTb
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on i-horte st notlcr.
Cointucroiol-av, bet. 10th and llth-uta.,
(iOOl) iNEWS FOR EVERYHODY
PLASTKHINO HAlU.-35c V busliol.
LIME. In lots at 1 a 5 to l f,o "& Mil.
CEMENT. At wholesulo $2 Cu
sr r. 1,1 1.1.1
WHKAT,-Tlio prices to-day, reported ,1k of liii?,ah "lr,!0,' 1,otwcun Washington
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OV llio WHV jnilll. uru HI , I Wll le. , uwiiurium nvunuoi
A place where you call buy aa iniich for
OUST IE DOLLAR
as you call elsewhere for
OSK DOLLAR AND A QITAUTKH
Tho undersigned would respectfully in
form tlio public that they have fitted their
now storo houso on Eighth street with tho
UncH and best assorted stock of
general inorcliniidiso over before brought
to this market, and In ordor
to pecuro a largo portion of tho patronage
of tho public,
WE AUK DKTKIt.MINKD TO SELL
OUB GOODS AT LOWEB
FIGURES Til AN
ANY OTHER ESI'AB-
LIS U. MENT IN TIIK VICINITY.
Our stock i entirely new, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trado of this locality, and connints
of Latitat, Gents and Children'
IDE, "ST C3-OOI3S,
BOOTS &c SHOES,
HATS &c CAPS.
And all other articles to bo found in a
firht class dry goods and clothing establish
merit. Wo call especial attention to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department i complete in
all its detil. Our stock of
is thu largest In tho city, nnd wo are en
abled to olfer special Inducements to pur
chafer. In Gontlcmotis' Clothing, Boots and
Shoos, Hutu, Caps, and furnishing goods
wu uru fully prepared to moot all de
mand at prices defying competition. Am
it Is to tho intorost of every one to buy
whoro goods aro choapest and bost
wa cordially invito tho public
to cull und examine our stock before pur
Our establishment Is located on thu cast
1 7ft j No. 'i White, $1 155; llud by
Blum & Amson.
W. I'. llAl.MI'AY, I'rnldvnt;
II KN KY 1,. IIALI.IDAV, Vici-l'rxlJtai
A. II. 8AKK0UI), Ca.hier;
WALTER IIYHI.O!', AxMxnt Chirr.
Hint! TatLui, lltar II. Cl Mi inl,
Ui.hkt I.. IIULiior, W. I'. IUlliiht,
(Un. II. WniliilKiis, Strriirv IUhi
A. II. furouri.
Ezrltanar, 1'olsi nnd UuIImI aunle
Honda lUinajlit nnd NolOl.
EPOHI'ra rwn-ltHd, ami a rfnrl I.ihWIdh
Fi"RST NATIONAL BANK
V I lt
UAMKI. II I) Uh, "rmldi-ut i
KOHKKT. H(l. . '. t f
C. N. 111X51! K". Cfilrr.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY M.iDK.
EXCItANOK, com. hank nolp o.l I'dU'W
tttatr M!iirllir Miuht anil fohl.
IntrrMl Allowed on Time !inH.
IGTLt'im-a Cairo cery W'cdntwlay anil
.Satiirday evening atli o'clock, for Padu.ali
and Kvaiixvllle. For rretaht or pasuKe up
ply on hoard or lo
.IAmk IJICOh, Pawmter Ag'l.
'I ha nplfllJld tcmer
DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every atyle, plain and onianiental.
Particular attention paid to (ilass (illillna
. Ordera solicited lor Scenery, Frencoe unci
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARPS
Dick 1-owlkk, Captain
Leave, Cairo DAILY, (.Sunday excepted), at
4 p.m. I-or IrelKht oriiax-aKcapplou boort
or to i.. r. ........
CAtltt. AND MOUND CITY
Will mik tldac lrt. l.ll).
At" . a.m.
At 11 . . ..a.ui
I.KAV'0 MOUNO CITT
At SiW . a.m.
At I .'111 i. ,,,
M l H.Ui.
WI101.KNAL.K Ullll KH".
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits & Nuts,
No. 134 Cominercial-;ive
hare each way, i cclitu; lu tickets lor
2 &o. Will land, when halleil, atany gooii
liitenneillate Ijudllig Tor passeugeni Ol
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All woik !
Couitnercial uvenue and Kllith street.
tnuted to my care will bo promptly at
tended to. .Shop In Perry House, coiner I
liirerruol ew.Tmk and rtitladrlphla
VNura CONTklUT WITH I'MTID ITlTtS AM) aa IT IB It
Knr CarryiDK inn Malls
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa riTUa iroaxioN
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
I llrondwar, New.Vork, urtu
Wahirmton Afariue. Cairo. nnia. 51
Nt). 104 COMMEHCIAI, AVKNUE,
Both French and .Scoth cassiiuert'H all
color,, lleuvern and Itread-clolli constantly
011 naiid, and all goodt warritiitfd.
In all Its brunches also carried on
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Vutty, BcssbIsso, UsMollnr,
WINDOW BIIADKS, 1 '
And thV calebratad illumination
UR08H' UUII.DINO CCP ilTQ ST. COM
JOHN SII KHIIAN,
And llMiler in.
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. E(1(!S, LAUD
FltE.SH BUTTER, ETC.
All Goods warranted fresh, and soli
t the lowest prices.
Corner Otlt Hi. audCommcrcUIAve.
TEE 33 SYSTEM.
OHOCKRIKS KKTAILKIl AT WH0LKHA1.K
l'HICKH roil OA a II,
AT H. C. THIELECKE'S STORE.
WAHIIINOTOK aViNUK, 1IKTWISEK .TKNTI1
AMI RLKVKMTII 37KKK11.
50 lbs. diiy Cuba Suirar for - - $! 0
9j 11 ii 11 .t ... 1 u(l
' 0J lbs. A cotreo Suyar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 " Primo Rio Cotleo for - - 1 C
3J " Choice " ' . - I 0C
II 11 Old Uovernmont Java - - 1 0C
Toas and othor staplo and fancy Oroce
ries etmally as cheap.
Ooods now and full weight givon. Call
.Notice Is lierebv irlveii Hint a meeting of
the Directors (if tho Cairo City Furry
Comjiany will he hold nt Hie otllcc ol the
company, on.iionuay, .ocmu'r iciii, ipt--
S. fTA.Ori T.VVI.0lt,
I'NITED .-TATKS MAKsllAIAS SALE.
Il lrtiirc of a writ of sain Issued out of
the 'district court of the I'lilted States, for
Hie Southern district of Illinois, in admlniltv,
dated 011 the llrst day of NoMunber, A. D.
IHT'J, will be Mild at public sale to the
highest and best bidder, for cash, at Cairo,
III said district, on theilUth davnl' November,
A. D. IS"'.', nt 10 o'clock a.m., the IoIIohIiik
described properlty, to-wll :
The steamboat (ilasow, her linals, tackle,
apparel and furniture.
Thu Kiuie having been coiiileinui'd and
onlercd hv the court to Im sold.
EDWARD R. ItOE.
I,'. S. Marshal.
SprlHtflli'ld, UN., November litli, 187'.'.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IOO Sfllta tho Nhorlral llualr
TO ST. LOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
KKOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CASHO TO
Cinrinnatl, 1 llanapnlla, Toledo,
Detroit, Ckfrlund, Ma(ara Kills
llutlalo, I'lllsl.UK. WuhlOKtoD.
Haltitnnre, Thlladel j,hia, .New Tork.
Ilottoo and all pulntx aast.
Slllwaukic, Janmtllle, lailion.
l.iCroBi', tit. Caul and all folots uortb.
Ihis is also ttm only s I ro t mule to
Ile"iilur, IlloomlnittOD, Hnungeld,
IVorla, Oiilncv, Keokuk,
llurlinKtun, Kock lbnd, I Halle,
Mrnduta, IliioD. K'rfoport,
Ualena, Iliibuqiir, r-ioili city,
tiinaria annau iiidh nnnnwrm.
Elegant Drnwine; Room Sleeping C
On all Night Trains.
UttK (.'lici'kfsd 10 all important poials.
For tlckoli and Information, apply to I. C, It. Id
Uapot st airoj.on Doam in iransii steamar 11
laefu ColuiqliL'a and Cairo, ami at tn prlnclp.
rniiroa 1 ticari omccs inrounnoui ina nouiii.
W. I. JOIIN-ON, Ofn'l faM. Ak'I. Cliloaio.
A. Mitchkll, Orii'l. hllp't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable farm within seven uilleh o!
Metropolis1, 011 the .louesboro Road, consist
In;; of 200 acres with CO acrci cleared and
other Improvements, now owned and form
erly occupied, by J. '1'. Itennle.
TEHMb. One-fourth ilown-balance In
one, two anil three years notes Hceurotl by
mortgage, with nix per cent. Interest.
N.B. The timber In good and hasiover
been culled and no timber will bo permitted
to bo cut or lined, oxcept what in necchsiary
lor the wear anil teur of the pluce, until alter
the second paymeut has been made.
For Inlonnatlon apply to
,1. i. IthNlr.
lWi.tf . Cairo. Kl
Corner Twcnty-sccond street and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always 011 hand, and at tho lowest market
price, Also a good article of
Very cheap. Leave orders' at IIALLIDaY
RHOTIIERS.oi'upplyat the ulll.
SPRINGFIELD AND 1LLINOII
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and nftor Monday, April 24th, 197S
trains will run as lollows:
TH1M OOtNO iOl'Tlltill
I.esye Virslnla 0:40 a. m
,' Ta)lorvllla 10 "
ArrlTe at rana.. ii.tu
tkaiss iioino NOBtawrsT,
I,eara l'ana 4,o a. in
" Tavlorvillf 4.411 "
Arrive at s)priniillokl,..U.n '
I.euve Hprinsflclil ll.fi 11
Arrive at Vligima 8.6 "
laams 001 no svtuist, .
Leme F.dgwood a. m .10.10 p. n
KiiVa H.6 ' ll.0 "
Arrlva at Shawoaet'a .34 " '
1:35 p. m
, 6. 0 '
,3.3s a, n
..4.(1 " I
FOR SALE, jJojBjj; ( KOR SALE,
itor'sALE.J Kor&'UFOR BALK.
Fare from Liverpool,
Fare from Lonpcmdbkht
Faro from Glapoow,
Fare from Qdkknbtowk
TO OAIRO. i : M830
dSerd, Merrn Oa , K ot.