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March 23, 10:11 p.m., 1874. J
Maroractcr,20sft70 luclici.
Thtimomotcr, WJ degrees.
WindH. W. Velocity 8 miles per hour.
Weather, cloudy.
Maximum temperaluro lor I ait 21 Uour,
MlDlmum teupertturo (or tbe lat24 hours,
14 degrees.
Prevailing wind for lort 24 hour, S.
Total number of miles traveled by wind
Idurlng last 24 hours, 2S).
Obaenrer Hiimal Service, U. H. A.
It Aii.no ADS,
Mall ut 2:20 a. in.,..., Daily.
Kxpreiwat rkno p.m., '
freight at 4:00 a.m.,. ..except .Sunday
Freight at ll:Ki o.m...... " "
Freight nt . . 1:00 p.m.,... "
Mall at 2:T a.m., Dally
Kxprnkxal .....2.05 p.ui.,....:XLCpl Sunday
Kri:l(ltt at . .!i:ir n. in.,. ... except .Monday
Freight at 7:10 p in., except Sunday
FrelKhtnt 10.05 p. in "
ir.H M-17-II. .IAJIKH ,IOIIN80N, Agent.
'ii.imi: of rim:.
On and altor Siindav. February 2.'. lfsTI.
I' rain will run at follow:
cr. I'riMit.
a'ulro, leave. . , ,
.":( A.M. M)Ti a.m.
Molinil City, Ionic 7r.il
IMi'iiim. Iimvk (i:i:i "
Illarrliliurif, lcnu. H;lil 11:1.1 "
Nnrrli City. Iiaiu !t:l. " 1:1 p.m.
tlarml, iirrivp ti&i " 'i-Xt '
'annl, le:ivo irwi " J-t.'iAtM.
rrayUlr. Irate 10:1(1 .i:.Vi "
Mount (.anncl, have.... 11:22 " 7:0 "
ivinc'imcf, ii-iivn 12r2.i P.M. tiso "
.v.M.tiuiirtlon,arrivi'.l2A "
Ia"eii2cr. llri'liilil.
f )..V3I..Iuih1Ioii, lean-.. 7:l." A.M.
IVlliuciiliCK. earn 7:2. " 7:if P.M.
iJlouiitCiirmel.lcavo.... 8:3:1 " IMni
Jh-nyilllc, leave :I8 " 10:17 "
anni, arrive io.i " "
annl. lcac 10:10 " 11:1ft a.m.
I Soi-rU City, leave 10:41 " 7:18 "
HarrUburBli, lean- UiM " 0:10 "
lcuna, leaw 1:17 I'.M. 12:l'il'..M.
Mound City, Ic.no 2:12 ' H:10 "
ro, airho .1:0.1 " .1:10 "
I Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and p.m.
Leave Mound City at 12:33 p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
Fniuht train1 stun over nlirht ul (annl:
trim Ironi there nt mixed train, leaving at
a.m.; l(-a Intc Vliiccunci at 7 p.m. tliu
umc evening fur return trip.
At (.aim with tlitt 31 in i Central.
I Mobile an p Ohio, forull point Mint; Cairo,
Arkana and Texa, fur all iutn in Arkini
mm and Texa.
At Inccnneii: liidlananolisand Iiicerincn
I railway for Indianapolis and all point north.
Ifatt and wost; with Kvannlllo and Craw
lordsriUc rail way for Evansvlllo.Tcrra Haute,
Ipanviue, cuicaKO ami an point norm, t-aai
and went; with Ohio and MIsilppl rail
way for St. Louis. 1nilnvlllc. Cincinnati and
all point east and went.
At NorrtH Cltv cro-ln;; thu .Kpt Infield
and Illinois Koutheattcrn railway.
I., w. l'ALMeit, uou'i on pi.
K. 1. "W n.io s, Uen'l Faisongor, ArI.
Tho nbortciit aud only direct routo from
Cairo to .lackaonport, Llttlo Hock, Hot
prltK" Kulton, aud all points In Arkaimai
and tho South wont, and (Jalvceton, Houston,
Dallas, Austin and nil polnta In Tcxai
'I brouirU tickets, through bllli of lading.
and Information at to freight ratcx, piis-
euger fare, counccUonH, etc., can ho ob
tained at tho eompany'H fcfllco in Wlntcr'H
block, corner of Hcvcnth street and Com
murclal svenuo. .
llacka will call at privato residence1 and
hotels for paHKcnger.i, when ordcra arc left
!n time.
Ocgant l'ullman palaco tilceplnj; cars on
all night traina.
Trains run daily, (Huudaya oxct'iitcil) from
the Cairo Ofllco an followu :
(.cava UrccnUcld'H,.,.03 a m and 4:0."ip.m.
Aralvo atUrccmlcM's. .0:17 a m aiul.1:3S p.m.
l,eavoH Oreenlleld'g 200:p. m,
Arrivu nt urecnnoiu s i:iup.ni.
D. Axtki.l. Clilof Eniflnner.
Athennum 2 Days Only
Frliloy and Salonlay Mnrclt 27 k 28.
"Paradise Lost,"
J)oa't fail to witness tlio
Jlcprenjutliiff Milton'H Doicrliilion of
Ucbcrvcd Scat
tarorand Kamllv Matlnco each aftcrnnoi,
lirtlio HttlofolUH. Children 10oj AduilsSnc.
Jiidcri Jllrck (upitalra) corner fctli Stro
and "WitBhfn'gton Avonuo.
on :n-tr.
X r. 11... tl. t .. s I,Ihiah
s niKu. Av Ml(1 ivt stivcl.
. 5i(i'.'-8-2Wr
KOH ClTV ci.nitic.
Wo arc nuthorled to Announce Mli hnil
J, Ilowly an n rnnillilalp, for rc-elcctlou (o
tho ollh'o of City CIciV, at the opproachlng
tlty I'leclion.
l.'mioii JIur.i.i'.ilN : You will ploa'o an
nounce (hat I um n canilidalo fur the oilier
of city clerk at the ciMilm; chnrter election,
22!-3-12-lil W. IC Hawkins.
i oi! en viisiiAsnir.ii;
.Mil. Knniiit: lly rennet ifa nunilM r of
clllzcn plean: iinnouni-e my name ni a can
dldale for the olllcc of City TicaMircr nl the
I'lKillug ihartcri lection.
Wooi Ut n i:Nitor.-i:.
Irtl! fITV .mollNHY.
Ye arc :inlliorl:i-l to Hlinouiici that II.
WnUim Webb Ih u cntnltilat for lc-ulci lion
In tin-(ilUcc iifclly iillniuiy ul lb i-ultiir
charli r i-lcclliiii.
:i:vi:i:Ar. iti:ms.
Wtttitu-I A cook
UtM.LKTIH cflliw.
'1 iik
Oflptuln W. W IlHitMny bin ono to
ew Nork City.
Henry llrllmn wa out with lii now
wagon yuHlordity. I'urthur uolieo to-mor
Several cute v.eru tried In
Judgo llroi' court yustoriny. Nothing
o JU.
.Mr. and Mr. A. II. UniTord rnturnod
to the city yoitord'ir, ulinr n briuf visit to
Mobllo and Now Orleani.
.1 list rccoived and for Balo rhenji,
100 lmios orangot;
100 hoxoa lomont;
25 barrolf tweet potatoci; ,
10 bsrrul.i now turnipr.
2:-3-'JC-4t .MatiiuhsJ: UllL.
Yoit'jrday morning wbilo Ur. 11.
Levy wa driving along Waihtngton av"
onuu near Fourth itrcet, his bono became
frlghlonod and ran away. .Mr. Levy os-
cipod without injury, but tho bulky to
which tho horso was attached was badly
Mr. J, It. Cuniiinghhm'a hom ran
away yesterday on l'oplar itrcet, i pilling
ft lot of fumlturo out of thu wagon to
which ho was Attached, ajd slightly dam.
aging tho wagon. When ghthorod together
tho furmturo was tho worst demoralized
looking lot of stuff wo ovorsiw.
Tho funsral of Mr. Hchmallenbcrg
will Uko placo at half-past ten o'ctock
thls morning from the German Lutheran
church. After tho servicos tho remains
will bo taken to tho suven-milo graveyard
for Interment. Friends of tho family aro
invited to attend. 1!77 3-'J7-lt.
Tho boy Clarcnco Adsit, hilled by
tho explosion of tho steamer Crescent
City, was thp son of a woman known as
Lou Smith who resides iu ouo'of the liltio
house) on Sixth street betwoen Commer
cial and AVaihington avonucs. Ilcttv
P.ofs nnd hor son Attress chiiio up tho
rivor yestorday on tho rtoamor Vickt
burg, which arrivod Iiom at about 11
o'clock. Mrs. Hots, though pretty badly
hurt about tho head, will doubtless
recover. Hor son was not hurt.
Win. Khlors wishes to inform tho pub-
llo that ho hsu just roceivod'a largo stock
of Imported Kronen calf and .Morocco
Loathur from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct importers, and bo can thoro
foro warrant all his work to bo of uotonly
tho best manufacture, but of tho vory
host material. Any onn who dcclrcs flno
Boots, Shoes or Oaitora will And it to
their interest to call on Mr. Khlors at his
shop, iiOtli stroot, and examino his stock
and styles beforo ordering clsawhoro.
103 3-1-Iin
llov. Jlr. Walior basdecidod to nmko
eomo much needed repairs to bis church
(tho Mothodift) nnd thus mako it n pleas
ant and attractive placo to moot and wor
ship. In order to do this tho citizens of
Cairo, whoso liborality has nuvor yet failed
in such cares, will bo waited on and sub
scriptions solicited. Our Mothodist friends
will not only thoroughly ropalr, docorato
and priint tho church, ineido and out, but
will mako somo needed alterations In It,
nnd will build an addition for class nnd
loclura rooms nnd in which to hold prayer
mootings, that tho body of tho church may
bo used only for Sunday worship. Tho
total cost of all this will not bo far from
$2,000, which, It is bcliovcd, will bo raised
among our clli.ons by subscription with
out any dlfilculty.
Nicholas Wilholm Artur Janes Von
Kbs Sehmallonberg was born January
22d, 1817, in Holland, Europe. Ho was
married to Johanna Wllholmlnn Hoogon
loich, January 1st. 1037, and diod on
March 2Sth, 1871.
Though tho grandson of n minister of
tho gospel, tho deceased had been nn unbo
Hover all bis lifo. Ills wife has boon H
member of tho Lvangelical Lutheran
Church for many years, and ovor sinco
hor union with tho church, had mado tho
conversion of hor husband tho subject of
hor earnest and most constant prayers.
After long years it ploaioi Uod to grant
hor request. During tho sickness which
provod fatal, -Mr. Schmallenborg saw tho
orror of his ways, oxporiencod a chhngoof
boart nnd bocamo a childllko boliovur In
tbo gospol of Christ. Though satlsilod
with tho will of (lod to romovo film, ho
expressed tho earnest wish to live, to provo
to tho world that his conversion was roal
and that he had truly, accepted tho ro
ligion of tbo Ohristian'e (lod. It is this
knowledge which consolos his widow.
A young man, who camo to this city
yostorday aftornoou by tho Mississippi
Central railroad, and had ontorod a car of
tho outgoing train on thu Illinois Central,
dtod vory suddenly h fow minutes after
taking bl teat. Uis remains woro carried
Into tho ladles' room at the depot, whero
nn Inquest was hold. From lnttera found
on his porson it was ascertained that, his
namo was Oliver gpopalan J,' and ho -Is
supposed? to hnvo boor? r r'esftTmR'
Loroy, .McLean county, this slate Among
tho letters wcro sovornl signed by Thomas
Saunders, and'in them Copoland was ad
drossod a! "doar brotbor," from whlob It
is iifnrrod that Copnlnml r.nd Saunders
woro olthor half-brothers or brothors-m-
law. Tho remains woro taken chnrgo of
by Coroner Oomman, who tolcgrnphcd to
Saunders to know what courso to pursuo.
At lust nccounts Mr. Uossman had not ro
colvol any word from him. Copo
land had In his possession a through tick.
ot from Memphis to Champaign, dated
Meaphlr, March 25,- 1871. " . Jf
Mr, 'J. Burg'orjhas (return cd from. the
Kait, whoro ho has boon purchasing an
Immcnta stock of dry gooJs for tbo spring
and curnmor trade. Mr. Ilurgor has been
In tho dry goods buiinc.s In Cairo for tho
lait ten years, and during that timo has
mado hlmsolf thoroughly nupialntod with
tho .C'luIremontR of tho people, as voll as
tho mysteries of hit buinos, tho
most important point of which li having
when tbo market shows tbo most advnri-
taous bargain, In or lr to roll very
cloioly, thus giving his cutomcra ovt ry !
bdvantngo ot hi clotu s'.udy and kuowl- i
cl;o of tho ivy i;ihM ImtintM.
Largo Invilci- nf iiU now goods are
alrn'!y nrrivlr.g t'll Urjvr uriv nro in
tho rub'l ; Hri'l ho ixiw i! n i-cfiorMl invi
tutinn to all his ftienili to call nnd ii.xi.ui
luu his ttpek, ns ho t'.k n utoat deal n(
ploneure in hbowin t(Mxla, whelhor tales
are made or not. i!51 :.'J0-tf
Wo droppwi Into tbo cinJy manu
fatory of K'jo fe Tornine, on Wni'iingtun
uvenue.yesterday morning nnj wa much
grulidod to Itmrn that their buiiuees waa
prospering, and that tho demand for their
goods was Increii'ing everyday. Wo nro
glad to hear this, and hope that their
most sanguino expectations will bo renl
i.ed. Thoy hava only been oUublttbcd
in busiooss about throo months, nnd much
of this timo has nocuseurijy boon con
sumed in making preparations for
a successful prosecution of their
buslnci". llesidcs tholr corning
was an oxporimont. Thoy be
lieved that tlia manufacluro of clioico
candles and confections in this city would
payi There was not, m far as wb know,
nor had over beon a flrst-clats buslncts of
this sort In Cairo. Hut with conlldcnco
iu thoir own clforts nnd in tins city- as a
shipping point, thoy cast their lot among
us and wont to work with a will. Tho
result has been thus far all thoy could
havo desired. Thoy are now selling moro
candy ut retail than nearly every othor
establishment in tho city; thoy aro sup
plying a number of our city morchants
with bettor goods than thoy purchaso in
other citloi, and thoy aro besldo blllng
numorous orders for tho country itrado."'
Their goods are of tho vory best quality.
Thoy challengo comparison, and pledgo
themselves to sell first-class candies nt tho
farms prices that tho ramo quality can bo
purchase! in Cincinnati, Chicago ur St.
Louis. Our wboletalo grocers wil, doubt-
loss tako advnntago of this opportunity,
and the timo wo iiojm will soon como
when they will fool as much prido in till
ing tho orders of tholr cu2totnrs with
Kose&Temtuu's candies as St. Louis and
Chicago merchants do In Belling (Jukes'
and Uunthor'a candios. Mr. Ttoso- very
kindly took us through his establishment
this morning, and exhibited to us tho man
ner of manufacturing. Wo found it
n very interesting process, ami snan
hereafter buy no candios except
Koso 10 Temmo's -at lcatt not until thoro
shall bo another actory nnd wo shall bo
ablo to look though it. Wo tako this op
portunity of commondlng this liouso not
only to everybody in Cairo, but to mer
chants In tho country, as tbo placo to got
puro candles, and at living rate?. Tbi3 is
n tlrst-clasi oitablishment, whom n man
can got goods manufactured to order.
There is no discount on it, nnd thoy cor
dially Invito ovory ono to call and sco for
A Splendid Hotel Thorough in all Ho
Appointments I'lnc I'nlnliuK'i A
ItfiTptioii, Music. Dance, Lie.
In tho city of Cairo wo havo in the
neighborhood of a dozen hotels, ranging
from first-clasa down to well, wo won't
say how low. Of thorn all, however, only
two or throo aro below par, and such
nosts as no rospoctablo porson would euro
to stop at if thoy know tho cbaractar of
tbo places. Jlut among tbo botter Hotels
thoro nro several that will cdmpare
favorably with thoso of nny city
in tho Wost, nnd among
this latter numbor wo may class
Till: I'LANTKIl's HOUhB,
Located on Ohio loveo, botwoou Fourth
and Sixth si roots, opposito tho Btaamboat
landing. Tbo Planter's is n now houso,
having been oponod n littlo ovor ono year
ngo, sinco which timo it his bocomo known
far and witlo as ono of thu host hotels In
tho western country, Tho houia is com
ploto in all iU nppolntmontu, and us for
cannot bo surpassed by any houso in tho
city. It contains upwards of forty largo,
light and woll ventilated rooms,
nil of which nro noatly and
comfortably luruishod nnd car
potod. In looking through tho houso yes
terday, when we enrnoto
wo woro not u littlo surprlsod to Und it tho
haudsomo placo It Is, Mr. V. V. A. VIr
chow, nn artist of superior merit, lias boon
ongagad for somo timo in painting tbe
walls nnd colling of this room. Among
thn sconos represented on tho walls wo
noticed sovornl that wo woro euro wo had
soon beforo, nnd picking up n numbor of
nud turning over its loaves wo found
whoro Mr. Vlrohow had got his Ideas, (ho
bolng it tlormnn scarcely ablo to speak a
word of Kngliib, having only rocontly
como to America), Tho scones represented
nro located on tho Yollowptuno rivor, and
by comparing thu pnlutlngs with tho on-
Krarlngs, tit similarity, lsfound to bo per
ftct' In Imoft ovory MsptCt" In another
pan oi mo room tnoro aro otnor sconos.
which Mr. lluofnor, tho proprlotor of the
liouso, polntod out to us as roprotentlng
locnlilios on tho river Khino. Though wo
woto unable to judge of tho correctness
of tho scones roproiontod, wo can say that
tho paintings are boautlful, and proves
Mr. VIrchow to bo .what wo havo said
ftbovo, an artist of suporior morit.
Leaving tho dining room Mr. lluofnor
led us to
In this department of tho Planter's Uouso
Is to bp foun'd nn out-lit of cooking appa
ratus that'fofj complotanoVi la' not sun
piisod by any houso InThnclty. Wo will
notfttlotnpttodesciibolt, for that would
require moro timo nnd spico than wo nro
now ot loisuroto glvo to It. Sulilco to say
that tho l'lonter's is preparod for nny
emergency in thu cooking lino.
Iloforn leaving tho homo wo woro
shown into every nook and cornor In It,
and when Wn romnrked lliot
At.t. IN AM.,
thu l'luntur's i a complo'.i Hotel in ovory
respect, wo only stato Hint whicb is
truth. -
Tho hotel has j iitunder ino n thorough
renovation, nnd on Mmdiv ovnnlnif,
.March .10 h tho oocaiton of tli.i ro-open-j
ing. Mr. lluofnor will hold a ruouptlon, to
i which ho invites tho Casino and Turnor
I societies. Thu Concordia singing socloly
j will bu prawn', and during tho evening
j thoro will bo feastln:, il'iin nnd
dancing. Iso-Idci tnoj sosiolios ubovo
natnol thero will ho present n. largo
number of tho porjonal friends nn I nc
qualntancos of tho propiio'.cr. A good
time is ar.ticiputoj.
. ; m4r iioAhiiKiis,
Mr. Huefnor U now proparol to pro
vide for a largo number of boarders nt
rosonablo rules.
Thursday Evo., March 20, 1871. J
Tho woalher lias been colder for a fow
days pojt until this morning, when it soft
onod contldornbly and tho day oponod
mild and pleasant as May, but changed
again and lato In tho afternoon a strong
wind from tho north sot in, covering tho
sky with clouds nnd Oiling the air with
dust. This will probably bring u rain
storm or freedug woather. Tho latter, wo
would regrot very much to soo ns tbo mild
weatbor of tho past fow wooks has temp
ted tho fruit trees to bud and blossom and
n freeze would ruin our prospucts for n
bountiful fruit crop.
Tho Ohio rivor in rising again at this
point, and a riso is reported at St," Louis
of tho Mississippi, but this will cot give
ui any trouble at present. "Tho Father
o watorn" very sensibly lays quiet until
later In tho season and tho Ohio in through
us irouwos neioro no gets on too mm-
Kroigbt ratos aro quiet, steady and un
changed to .Memphis and Now Or
leans. Tho tono of tho market has changed
for tho bettor in most leading nrticlos, and
pricos on corn and oats aro looking up.
Ecceipts of grain are vory small. There
Is plenty of oats olloring but orders for
corn aro incroasing and tho supply Is bo
coming very much reduced.
D2T" Correspondents should bear in
mind that our quotations rcprosont prico8
for round lots from first bands, unlesi
otherwise stated, nnd that In tilling small
order?, higher prices must bo paid.ia
PLOD It Tho market continuoj dull
nnd unchangod with nothing to indicuto
nn improvement soon. Transactions nro
limited to lllling orders, buyers on specu
lation boingout of tho market ontirely.
Wo noto Bales of 2 car loada various
grades 5 50Q9 00; OO'Jbblado l 003 00
round lots; .100 bbls various grados on or
ders 0 0000 00; 100 bbls various grades
5 008 no.
IT AY EecoipU aro light and demand
limliod to clioico grados, for which thero
is eomo inquiry to meet tho wants of tho
order trado. Salos reportod wero 2
cars choica tnixod dol 15 00; 1 car
choico timothy dol 17 0'j; 3 can prlmo
mlxod doi 11 0); 1 car prnlrio del 12.
COKN Strongor without any spocial
aotlvlty. Orders havo incrowd and ro
coipts aro light, notio coming iu. Specu
lators nro oil' tbo market. Sales ropurtod
wero 4 cars ohoico whito saoknd ntidlal
71c; 4 cars choiou miiod'sadketl and , tolJ
0070c; 4 cars choTco mlxod, sucked and
dol. on ordor, 71c; 2 oir.s white, sao.kud
and dol 70o.
OATS KocaipU aro small, but thero is
still a good supply in tho market. C3o
has boon tbo ruling tiguro for choico, but
holdoM woro asking Clo to-dny. Tho
market, Is II rm and tho tondonoy Is to an
advuncu over tjllc. Wo noto sales of 1,000
sackH mixed dol &3c; 2 cars low mixed,
in hulk, on track -lUc; 2 cars good mlxod
in bulk on track 47c; 7 cars good mixed
sackod and dol C!ic; i) cars choico (ialonn
on orders C5c,
COUNMEAL-Dull and drooping, sui
tors wero glad to od'ectsalou to-day nt f3
loss on the barrel. Transactions woro
limited to 300 bbls uhoico stnatn dried dol
3 25; 300 bbls oily steam dried, guaran.
toed 3 30.
UUAl Scarce nnd JudoDuind, none
oll'uring axcop't at "tho mills K VVo nolo
sales of COO iaoliS dot at $18 OO0$1I'OO
por ton.
HUTTEU Tho supply of clioico is
vory limited, and tho doiuand is actlvo.
Prices rango from :i0 to 10c, aocordlng to
quality. Sales woro 500 llii choico north
ern 38c; 0 packages do 333Cc; 5 packages
choico northern 40e; 10 packagos choleu
southern Illinois 3033c; 10 palls north-
nrn 3Sc; 10 pall.) southern Illinois :i0o;
COO lbs choica liSa.
KOtlS--Tho marUot Is woll aupplied;
in fact, tho stock U heavy, nnd salos aro
slow at 12jc. Should tho wnnthnr change
warm, urlccs must go lowor. Stilus voro
1500 dozen atH!Jcj 10 boxes, shipper'
count, V2Jc; EiOO dozen 12l2jc
OllIOKBNS -Thii demand U fair nad
is sutneient to carry oil all receipt. Wo
Extends a cordial invitation
to all thoso who wish to save
their money and set "value
ecoived" for what they do
spend, to his largo stock of
I! mo Clothm", boutrht lately
at prices unknown t!"cnunlry
dealers" llavimra residoiit
partner in New York a
gentleman of long experioni.'o
ana a most extensive acquain
tance among Metropolitan
Clothiers, gives us advantages
for buying at the lowest notch.
A "country dealer" (such they
call them in New York), goes
to market with the right idea,
goods lower than last year,
but ho is unacquainted "with
those whose "shoo pinches"
badly ; and of course has to
pay "tho samo old price."
Then there ai'o a event many
who go to St. Louis, Chicago
and Cincinnati to buy their
note sales of 10 coops mixed and choico
hons 3 00, 3 253 00 per dozen; 0 coops
choico mixed 2 50015 00; 00 dozen mixed
and hens 2 CO03 50.
POTATOES Wo noto salos of CO bbls
Peach blows 3 25 por bbl.
FUUIT Tho market is woll supplied
with oranges and lemons but tbo apple
season is drawing to n closo. Wo noto
ties of 20 bbls Southern Illinois apples,
choico, 5 600 0 00; 25 bbls Southern Illin
ois apples 3 5004 CO; 15 boxes lemons
C 00; 12 boxes oranges 4 50 por box.
PKOVLSIONS-Stocka aro modorato
nnd quotations as follows : Eacon, clotr
sides, packed Oje; U E sides 'Jc; Moul
ders "Jc; lugnr-curod hams 12013c; mess
pork 15 50
COTTON Dull nnd quiot.
Froo lunch Dolmonlro saloon, Ohio
loveo A froo lunch will bo sproad nt tho
abovo ealoon ovory Saturday night at
nine o'clock.
270 3-27-?.t A. T. & J. T. Y.iXOK.
Tho Liberal Eoligious Association of
Cairo will nicot at tbo Cairo Casino hall
(ovor Ilonry's hnrdwaro store) on Com
mercial avenue, on Sunday ovonlng, tho
39th Inst, at 7J o'clock. Uy ordor,
271 3-27-2t CoM.MITTKB.
All persona Indebtod to riamuel M. Orr
aro requested to mako speedy paymont to
tho undorsignod, and thus snvo exponses,
as tho collodion of his assets must bo
prompt and will admit of no Holay. In
dofault of payment at onco, suit will bo
Instituted. Joiin Q. Hakman,
Asslgnoo of Samuel M. Orr, Bankrupt,
OAU-.0, Ills., March 20, 1871.
278 3-27-tf.
For salo a now flat boot, 00 loet long
and 18 foot wido. Sho can bo eoen at tho
bank noar Ilalllday's warehouse, whoro
sho is lying. For particulars apply on
tho boat. 273 3-25.31
Tbn pounds of brown sugar for $1; 8
pounds best coll'oo sugar at $1; 2 pounds
of,chulco butter nt SI; baking powder 45c
per lb, lmporial ton at $1; potatoes 30
cants per pock; 3 lbs cofTuo $l,at Wilcox's
lllock. 107 2.4-lm
All klndi of applo and pear trocs ot
tho llncst vnilotios, nil grafted, four yoars
old and will boar fruit next yoar, aro for
salo nt tbo court houso saloon. Thoy will
bo doliverod to ordor. Call oarly and
mako your selections. LuumkiuV: IUkric
270 3-20-Ot
Two llatterios of two Hollers, each 24
foot long, t2 inch Dram, 2 11 Inch Fluoe
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safoty nnd Mud vnlvos, Chimney and
Eritchin, all completn nnd in first-class
urdorf; boon used only throo months. For
price, oto., inquiro of J. T. Eknnik,
0-23-tf. Vuloan Iron Works.
Wo havo ti Parker llrothora iirooch
Loadlpg Oun, gun and outfit valued at
ono hundred dollarn, which wo otlor for
aalo for nighty doilnrs. Tho abovo Is ono
nt tholr bust dooarboulzod guns with front
action rebounding locks, and fully war
ranted. Hnqulro for una week nt Tiik
llUM.KTIN Oktiok. tt
Frmik Eriitky ditslro that tho public
should know that bo is prepared to deliver
brnud of good quality and quantity, for
littlo mosioy, in nny part of tho city,
(ilvo him your ardors, and then look nut
for tho
by which lib will deliver to you tho stad'
' of life. i-J-.u-im
Second-hnnd clothing, watches, jnwolry,
pistols, Ax., bought nnd sold. Also n lot
Erussols' carpot, furniture, tts., for salo.
Opposito Cairo nnd Vinconnos roilroad
dopot. 188 2-27-tfJ M. Cov.vk
For. Sai.k ok ExctiAyuB A Kami
noar Villa Eidgo good houso and young
orchard, lnnuiro at thls'ollico or address
T. It. Faiikin,
21l-3.17.tr Ullin, Ills.
Attention Fauukkh. Wro Imvo a
small lot of tho Urio movunblo point
Btool plows, vhlch wo nro now olloring nt
cost to closo them out.
13G Commoicial avonuo.
Mna. Eu.MiioU) is prepared to iii.kach
and riiEss hats nnd bonnets In tho most
approved style, nnd in n manner to glvo
ontiro piitisfnction. Call nt hor rnsldonco
on Fifteenth stroet between Wnlnnt nnd
Cedar. 230 3-15-tf
Tiik i.auokht wtoiu; of bird cage?, toi
let sets, water coolor, bath tubs and a
gcnoral stock of tlnwaro etoroa ovor of
forcd in Cairo may bo found, cbenpor than
tho cbonposl, at C. W. llondoraon's, No.
100 Commercial avonuo. 238 3-1 l-lm.
1otiok is noroby glvon that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to nny of tbo em
ployes of Tun Oaiho Eullktin, olthor
or thomeolvos or for tbo use of tbo oCQoo
urilobo tho samo nru furnished on an order
Ignod by Mr. Uurnott or mysolf.
12-20-ly .Tnnw II. Onsntv,
Foil Er.NT. Tho brick houso situated
cornor Third stroet nnd Commercial avo
nuo. Tho liouso has boon put in good re
pair throughout and is woll arrnngod for
u botol or bonrdinc houso, also rooms
ronton Third stroot. Inquiro
McIInlo, No. 5, Winter's block,
105 2.3.tf
Oo to O. W. IIkniikkko.n'h, 100 Com
morcml' Avonuo, for tho celebrated "Char
tor Oak," "May Fiowor," or othur cooking
stoves, tin nnd hollow ware, water coolors,
bath tubs, etc., otc. If you want tho best
wood etovoj, buy tho "Charter Oak" ; tho
host coal stove, buy tho "Muy Fiowor."
MlLii Wauun. I will commouca run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
Februnry 23. 1 will contlnuo it nil sum
mor, nnd respectfully follclt your patron
ago. Milk will ba dullvored to any ono
in tho city, dallymorning and evening.
Ordors may bo given to thu drivor of tho
wagon or loft at my ico stand, No 81 Ohio
loveo. (liromiii Yocu.m.
Tnu harbor sliop is on kho cornor ot
ICighth ttreet and Commercial avonuo
whoro J. Ooorgo Stionhniifo with his gen
tlomiuily assistants can bu found at any
hour uf tho day or night, roodv to sootho
your feelings with n smooth shave, or cool
your temper and bead with a good sham
poo. It la ii flrst-cbua shop, nnd you aro
bum of receiving ilrst-chws treatment.
Ladle' and children' hair cut or curlod
after thu moft approved styles. 8-15-tf
AVn havo something now In tho way of
hair-about noators. which wo think aro
lust thu thing for tho opri.ig trade. Thoy
consist of fix dllmant designs, litho
graphed, with mortises and marglna for
nrlniliii'. Two ol tho cuts nro suitable
lor any huslneiH ; tho other four for boots
and fhoos, photographers, druggists nna
dry good. Wo havo but ono hundrod of
ouch cht, anil will lurnisii mom prinieu in
Cincinnati prices. Wo havn also aomo
fancy cards. Thn "lauguago of llowors,'
ton dosigna; ''Iluquot," twelvu doslgnsj
'Opera," four designs Mid "Comic" cards
tweiity-four designs which wo furnish
printed at tlO to 12 por 3l, uincmnan
prices. Vho wanti them? Don't all
Bpeak at onco.
101-2. 10-3t
if n
stock, which is small for
spring, and pay two jjrofits.for
tho manufacturers in thos
llaccs bought theiv pieca
goods for spring sale Inst fall,
not getting the benefit of Jay
Cooke's troubles. Mr. Farn
baker pays his solo attention
to buvinix; and being woll ac
quainted knows where bar
gains aro to bo found. Of
c I'irse every merchant will
ti'.'J ou ''ho buys the cheap
en.,' but in business ns in life,
"ju le a man by tho company
ho keeps." Favnbnkcr the
Clothier asks for nothing un
less you think ho deserves it.
People havo not tho least
idea how goods havo fallen,un
til the examino n stock bought
lately at "bottom pricos."
A small quantity of our
spring stock hns already ar
rived. RIVEU NEWS.
Port Llali
ami departures ror tbo 24 hours ending at 8
l. m. iat evonltyr :
Steamer Oracoy, Columbui
Flak, Paducah
" Pat Cloburn, Evansvllle
" City of Vlcksburj, Vlckibttrg
" Nnll City, St. LouU
" Utah, Now Orleani i
" Joo ICinny, Shroveport
" Minneola, Memphis
" Ohas. Drown, St. Louis
" Wobbor, Wabuh riyor
Stenmor F. P. Oracey, Columbus
" James Fisk, Paducah
11 Nail City, Pittsburg
11 Pat Cleburne, Evansvllle
" Utah, St. LouU
' City Vlcksburg, St. LouU
11 Joo Klnnoy, St, LouU
" Minneola, St. LouU
11 Wobber, St. LouU
Till RIVBBi.
Tho riso in tho Ohio rlrer yesterday
wns oight inchos. The Mississippi U re
ported rising slightly at St Louis, and
boats coming out roport nine and half
foot botwoon Cairo and that port. Bust
noss was dull. Woathor clear and plea
Tho City of Vlcksburg cama up yester
day, bringing tbe saved ot tbe crew of
tho Ill-fated Crescent City, most of whon
wont on up to St. LouU. Tbo wounded
aro all doing well,
I will soli my entire stock of tho beat
of Eoof, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
Hut tor, Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoee, Hwee
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Meal, Sploed.
Hoof, nnd tho best of Cornod Beef. Tke
salo will commence at 0 o'clock' 1st the
morning and contlnuo until nine nt night
each day for nino months, Sundays ex
cepted. I havo also ISOaoree of the Veefc
of cotton land to soli or ezohango for Cairo
property. I also want several good ageatsl
to toll fruit troos. All of the above will
bo explained by calling on S. Pattersc
cornor of Ninth and Walnut streets, aa
thoro is tho placo tho salo of the moat Mil
vegetables will bo mado. 02 1-81-lau
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 30, 18T4.
l!ootumlBhoomakor,Twou k street, be
tween Washington avonue aid Poplar
Ureet.is prepared to make boote ana ehoesi
in tho latest and moat lasblonable atylet.
Ito will mako them to order, old or near
stylos to nult customers, out of the hsEUaA
frchcxt stock, of which he always !bssUi
good supply on hand from which to nake
aoluctlons. All fitting ot boots and anoea
mado by Mr. Khlera U done In hli own sheet
no foreign fitting beltur used by tdaw
(Mve him a call, and be will give you satla-
Who nay ho will pay fSOOlfor.'a case of
Catiirrnhhu falls to euro, woloott'a Cat
arrh Annlhilator has cured thousands iwh0
would havo peri.iod without It, and y
Mgent will return tlio money oLaay Mreha
ser who trie a botUo and Is not beaeatted.
l)ld you ever try tVOLCOTT'8 PAIN
1'AlN'l'y lly itxunu llurus never btbter;
It kton HeaiUehe, 'I'ootbacho aud NeuralgU
wliliiu live minuter, or money refuaded.
(1. (iouisJii.Mii, cor. 12th Locum Bt-jlla)
lliyageut. It. 1.. WULCOTT. attt-jaVgw;
Happy relief lor young
fecU ut errors aud abuses la early Ufa.. Maa-.
hood restored. Impediatenta ta Biairtagat
removed. New method of treataseat. Man
and remarkable remedies. Books sad ett
Hilars sent free, in sealed envaioaee. " AeV
ilrcss, iiowaru AMmsuna, ns. a
Slntb street, 1'blUdelpbla, fa. ea
Ion having a bli;U reputation lor be
millet and prc'nsonal skill, llw-tt

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