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A3UAI.O.N I.OIiUK, NO. M.
K KnlKUta or !')tMu, mln wr Kf I
3 dar iiijlil l h.lM-wt men, in Odd
AI.KXANDKK I.OIM1K, Ml. JJI
Mm Iowa, meet every Thur.lay night
immfr it ,all-pl seven, ""'""
Joinmrmlkl liniur, between hlxth iii ""'
4AII1H r.Nl.AMI'MKNT. I. O. O. tiwrla
i i.. i.i.t. 11iwmp Hall on the lint anil tlilnl
I Heads lu every month, at bslf-psiit wi
' J.lll, II tloiXMAN, t), r
. I'Alltll I.OIIIIK. X0.2J7.A.I. A A.M
. Am iir,l,l regular ro'iimuuicstlonii In M
TCJTiioiilc I In! I, comer Commercial avenue
' 'and Klithtli street, iiu tin- mcoiid ami
mirth Mowlar or nwn month
UAtUMin-'J N.w Miim.i.Ic
lVL.l.OWi.N IU Work. Unlqw
and hliihlv InilKitliiiit nnl lor riniip!te otu
lliie Airents wanted. ItKUIHNtt I'll
rnlilliliernr .Maioims "tun, ji nnreivtuy
Six $100 1'uI.ihUI county homl, pat
due. Knqtilre of John II. ct. ut City
Nutionnl Hank, Cairo. 1-1 l-fil
I'or I lie WciLIJ HiillHlii.
INthoiii wIiIiIiil' (MlvcrtlM-'im-nlK or lo
ral notice, in-etlctl In Ihc Weekly llri.i.r.'
us, IioiiM; liaml In IId ropy ly Tile,
tiny iinnn, ol each week.
Kver) body to knov, tti at the place to jct
A Miiootti ntme,
A good iliampoo,
A lantilonulilc hair-cut,
Or an) tiling lo that Hoc,
I at tllP (iliAMl (,'ltMIUL U.UIBKIC
uuv, corner J.'llilU ami Commercial,
)S-U .1. UKOitnx .Stkimuoubm
W.ioil mill I'iimI.
On ami niter thl title tin; price of
wood uml mil ut my ).nl, niljiilnltii: the
' 'mro and St. I .mil Narrow Uitnge ilejiot,
s 111 ! ui follow :
Four foot wood per cord, f.'l 7f ; four
tool wood per lmlf curd, $2; four foot
wood, uwcd, per cord, i'l BO ; four foot
wood, f.nvcd and pllt, per cord, j5 ; Ulj;
.Muddy coal per ttij;lc ton, $4 ; same per
two ton, 1 75; viinc per four ton nud
upward, $3 .7).
All pood delivered.
1-7-1 in J.t. IC. I.txi:. I'rop'r.
Itir Jtnnm mill i'uliirudii,
'I'lio Atchison, ToU'ka and Santa Ke
rjilro.id from K;iih,i Cil and Alclil-on
on the MIiourt river, via Topcka. the
capltol ol lana-, and tho Ivaiitlful Ar
knna valley to the Ifoiky .Mountain.
Thu shorten rude to 1'ii-Ik.-1u tlx; Grand
Canon, Colorado l?prin:r. .Manltou,
I'ikcs Speak, and all placet of note. In the
inoiiiilalii region. 'I'Uo favorlto route
to Denver and nil point lu Northern
Colorado. The bc-t route to .Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and An.ona. The
only direct route to the famous Sin
lunii mine.. The track and iHiipiiieut
U unopiale4l, train run through trout
the MIourl river to the llocky .Moun
tain", makliiir connection In I'liiou de
pot nud avoiding delay and tr.ui
IVr. I'or lull ili'-criptive circular
map-, time tahle. etc., addro
T. J. AMiKino.v.
Orn'l t'.i. Audit, TojM'ka. Ian.
A Mlver plated No. 0 WlUon Shuttle
S'Wln Maclilnr. hard (piano) llnl-li,
valued at fS'. Vill he old ut S20 ill--count,
on rood ti rin-, and ordered direct
liom the factory.
Colored and mounted .Map ot the
cltyot Cairo ut SJ .V) each (halt price.)
A No.il WiNnn .Shuttle Sew hit Ma
chine valued at 7.. Will In; old at $ir
dUcouut, and oidercil diiii-t from the
--A $!i0 Kciuintoi. S-wliijr Machine
oil for o.ili. Suitable lor tailor or
hoot and !ix inauiiractuier.
, lilyle "K," "Clouli, U'arren A
t'o.V" I'.irlor Orjran. rl'hl from the fac
tory at Detroit. I.U price. Will
he Fold fot fJOO.
l(i(iil hlircl- of lui-tol Ixiard
(l ived at. the l!l'l,l.i:il otlice,
tor Side to the trade.
!( or Cairo,
colored and varuihcd, for .ale at hall
price (il.M) at the HlIM.Kl IX otlice.
'JO.IMiO note head, :tO,(KK) envelope,
'iO.OiVj letter luwU, 1U realm .lateiuent,
i!0 reams hill heaiU Carll-le paper Ju-t
received nud for ali; ut the Iti'i.i.ini.N
For any of the ahove arlich', apply a
he Hui.i.hiin olllce. K. A. Huhnkii
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Hood dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Tenement No. 2, on Seventh treet,
west of Will nut.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I Hulncfi3 house, on I.evce, lately oc
cupied by Ciumltij:)min & Stilwell.
Winter's Block-suitable for Hotel
Ofllces or Husiness rooms clieap.
Tenements numbeiiid 4, 8nnd0, lu
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (comer), $13 507 rooms.
Cottupo on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 4 rooms $10 u month.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied ky A. Ilalley.
A good farm with good liuue.,oppo
flte Cairo Haws farm cheap.
A small House west of Twenty
second strcet.nenr Pine, $1 per month.
Dwelling house on Twellth, near
Walnut, il rooms.
Store room on r.cvee, ubovu Eighth
street $20 per month.
Dwelling houte on sixth btreet and
Upper floor of brick building on
Commercial avenue, uhovo Tenth street,
Rooms In various parts ol thu city.
FOlt LEASE OR SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
RATKN Ol' AHVKHI'ININIi.
fyAW lillU for udvrttliliiK, irr iIiif anil
tblr l.t aii AN( k
Tranaltnt nlf tlllni will tw itikrtel at tli
rule (ifll J iriimt for the llrt Inrrrliuii
kiiil riOirnts fnriA. il inliiitiit our. A lllral
illMuuntwIII In-inile on ulnmliiiK nJ IIly
Church, Sik;!!)-, Vmlltal kikI 1iIint DiiUif
will only k Invrtiil ai .UiTtl iiiriil
KorlnwrtliiK Kuncral notlm l w. Notlrcol
tn-tlnt; ofi:ittlf or crt onltri M rcnt fur
No aihcrtlrfinrnt will l rwlinl at lt tlmu
Local Bualneaa Notices, of
ten line or mora, inaorieu
in lli Bulletin follows:
Unu lnaettlou ur lion i uonts.
Two liianrtlona per Una - -.7. li.
VI,... ..a.llnl ... ....... in cents
Hlx insertions per tine 15 OonU.
Two weeks per lluii 6 Cents.
Onn month per line . .. .........16 Cents.
No Reduction will be uia.la in ubovu
FIUDAV, .IANTAHV 21. 1W.
Spiral Weallirr Keport.
Caiho, ILL., .1:111. 17".
line I Ham. J 'Ilia. I Wiku. j Vl I WgAli
a tn I 3 I M J I I'-Ji
11 :n :i!Ut 17 3
'i.tn. I il' t 41 i
III" ' 1 -VI ill I Jl " I
., i-irnt. Si(iul in vice, U. S. A .
Halt dime, hall dime, clyar, Havana
tllh r. at Cow -perlhwnltu .t Phillip.
Biirilrr Willi I ui.
Three room. fitrnlhed or unluriiNhcd,
hi let with board. In the Hlelock hoil'e,
corner S'U-nth andWalniit street. En
ipilreou the preiul''. l-li'-tl
Allentioti ! nenlrm.
We have lour docn Imitation Ebony
Sprague (?an-Oiener, taken lor adver
ting, which we will n il ut two dollars
perdoeti. Impilre ut Ilulletlu ollliv.
If nre: lIorr! Ilornea!
I have jiit received a lot ot woik
hotie which I wllldljor of ut public
-ule verv low. Dan ILmrMAN.
Corner Sixth and Coiiitnercl.il iiveniir.
Cholee Minnesota potatoe at .V) cent
xr huliel; uiul a large supply
I lreh grocerlcM always on hand
it low price. Choice butter a 'pcclalty.
12-30-tf I. II. Mvi:us.
title of Real flalr.
The uudetlgntd offers lor ale lot- No.
12, III and 11, in block No. 2t). in tlie city
of Cairo, together w ith a cottage ltu
ited on said lot, at a low figure. For
further information, call at the n-Idence
ol the iindcr-igncd. .lonx Scumx.
Wwiid mill 'il.
A It wood by thu cord, i'.i 75: -1 It
wood by the,baircord, S2 0J; l It awed,
INT cord, s-i .i0; I It wocxl awed and
pllt jier cord, $."i 00. Coal, per flngle
ton, SI 00; coal, two ton, .! T.'i; coal,
I or inoie ton, jll nO.
1-C-lm. C. W. WiiKKi.i:it A Co.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
mploye of Tut: lli'u.inix, iinlc the
ame i made on u written order -Igncd
by tin; paldcnl or secretary ofjhe com
pany, and we will accept no order given
by an employe of the company, lor nny
CaIIID Hl'IXKTlX Comimnv.
.Vovemlier It). 1S7.i. tl
Notlrr uf KelilutiiT.
C. Koch lm removed hi boot and
ho'; .hop from the old Maud to hi
new brick building (one block below),
No. M) Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, where he will
keep the hct home made nud St. I.oui
cu(oui made boot and shoe, made of
the licit material ; good worl.mauOilp
and In the latet style. All order
promptly attended to. !l-2:l-tt.
Propo-al will ImiI'cccIm.mI by the Ordi
nance. Committee, of the city council, of
the City of Cairo, until the 2.'th int.,
for printing lu book lorm tin; rcvlcd oi
dhmncc and laws relating thereto, of ald
i(y. '1 ho inanna'rlpt ciin he seen nud
haractrr of work reipilred can be a
eiialnedby calling at olllce of Hon.
lolin M. I.uii'dcu. Propoals should h
:nldieed to the llllderelgned.
N. Ik Tiiisn.KWooD, Chairman.
Cuirtj, -fun. i:., 1870. MC-td
Xolice Sleiv I'irm
I have dNposed of my entire stocK of
Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, Ae., hi the
building corner of Eleventh street and
Commercial avenue, toDlake X- Co., they
to asumu and collect all accounts from
January 1st, 1370. All accounts due mc
to January 1st, IS70, inujl be cloed up
Immediately. Thanking the public for
pnt patronage, I would solicit a contin
uance of the same for the new firm.
It, F. Paiiklii.
Caiuo, HI., Jan. lfttli, 1S76. 1-20-It
Uvt Tour 1. 1 line,
Caiho, Ii.i.s, .Innuary in, 1S7U.
OHOKIl .o, 0.
'fu.Inlin II. (eiKinun, Cilv Miil'ilinl I
Silt You will give notice to all per
sons having licence to pay to do htilnes
111 thu clly of Cairo, that they mu.-t take
out the same inside of ten
days from this date, nil persons
disobeying this older, you will
see that they uru prosecuted under
Hie ordinances of thu clly, governing the
same, Vonrs&e, II. Wixik.ii, Mayor.
Notice ishereby given lo nil per-ou do
Ing.buOucss iu thu city of Cairo, and also
to draymen and teamsters who have not
paid their llcciiso for this year, that they
musi take out the same on or beloru thu
25th day of January 1870.
All delinquents alter said date will bo
prosecuted under (lie ordinances of the
Caiiio Ills., January 15, lt0.
John II. Uos..man, Citj Marshal
I.oi nl llrevltte.
-rl'ollce buslnes was (julet ynlerd.iy.
-A good many tramps In the clly.
County Comml-sloner .Samnion, ol
Thi-lM's, I In thu city. ,
Then- wn n meeting of the Hiber
nian lire company last night.
The Southern Illinois Medical Asso
ciation adjourned lu-t night.
The (ieorgla minstrel at the Athe
Mr. JuineS. Morris ot riliu was in
the clly yu(erday.
- Probate rourt willadlonrii tliMmori.-
iiiv until court In coiir.-e.
Come one, come all, and eat ot the
L'rand lunch at "Our Saloon" to'iitght.
12-I.Vtf I'linn. Hoi iii;in.
A religious revival is now going on
ut Pick's church, corner I'ilteenlh and
He sure and come to the grand lunch
nt "Our Saloon to-night.
12-l,Vtf Fm:i. Hoi'HKi.vs
Work on the new embankment for
the Cairo A. St. I.ouls railroad I being
pushed forward as rapidly us possible.
FiltyccntP, at Winter's (iallery.
Dr. Geo. Hraltnn, ot Vienna, was In
the i Ity yesterday, attending the session
of the Southern llllnoi Medical Assin-ia-liau.
An entirely new ICiinbo piano cah
pi Ice f i'AO can be bought for about
ivfiO. Apply nt the Ittt.t.r.ri.v olllce.
.Marshall Craln will be hanged to-tlay
at Marion, Willlanuon county. Several
persons left thi city yesterday to he
present at the matinee.
It I said that all perseiis found do-
lug bulnrs In the city without license',
after the 2."th lnt., will be dealt wllh nc
cording to law. A word to the wise Is
iitllclent at least it ouyht to be.
Tim Turner Society are making ar
rangement for a grand masquerade ball,
to he given nt their hall, corner of Tenth
and Poplar street, on the tilght of Feb-
ruarv 23111,1670. MMt
Work on the new levee wa returned
yeMerday morning. However, owning
to the wet and slugj.'1-h condition of the
ground, not much headway was made.
The colored people of the city irV
taking con-lderahle IiitereM in the tilal of
lu. K. I.niKvutid large tiumiKr? ofthcui
will be pru'ent lu court during the
progress ol the eae.
Dr. N. K. Cney of Mound Pity has
been In attendance at the -Ion of the
Southern Illinois Medical Association
since Its opening, and took an active part
In the proceeding.
Tom Mathews of Anna, general
agent tor the "Victor" sewing machine.
was lu the city on Wednesday. Tom is
the bos sewing machine agent of this
patt of the country.
There ha not, so far a we have
been able to learn, been anv new ea'es of
scarlet fever for the last two or three
days. The change lu the weather Is
probably the best mason that can bo as
signed for till stale of affair.
; Dr. W. H. Smith, who was eon-
lined to hi bed for several days from
slekno., was out a short time yester
day. The doctor is Improving rapidly.
and will be hlinsell again In a few
1 he reception given to the ittPiuher
ol the Southern Illinois Medical Asso
ciation by Cairo Coniin indery No. Ill,
K. T.. at their hall lat night, was a
grand affair. The attendance was large,
and the occasion one ol the p!caautet
overbad lu thl cltv.
The leap year parly to he given at the
St. Charles hotel on next Friday liven
ing, January 25th, by the Ladles' Cen
tennial Association, will he a grand
affair. The invitations will lie sent out
to-day, and nil those rercitlng Invita
tions are expected to attend the part'.
Shay's minstrels performed to a very
good audience at the Athcneum lat
alifht. To say that Shay's is the tiest
troupe of its kind that ha appeared lu
this city for a long time, I but simple
ju-tice to Mr. Shay and the member ot
Ids compauv. Everybody was pleased,
and felt that they had received the lull
worth of their ironey.
The eae of the People v. James K.
Lane wu resinned lu the circuit court
yetenlay. The full jury was not ob
tained until twelve o'clock, and the bal
ance of the day wa taken up by couu-el
lu presenting the ease. Judge Mulkey
will present the cae for the defense this
morning, alter which the evidence will
be heard. It will probably take three or
four days to try th e ease.
At an election ol onicers lor the Uelta
City tire company, for the ensuing year,
held at their hull lat evening, the follow
ing pet'Ons were elected : President, J.
Y. Turner; vice-president, C. F. Nellls;
treasurer. Win. Wolf; secretary, M.J.
Mctiuuley ; captain, Henry Sargent;
board of directors, C. Lancaster, F. M
Ward, Fred. Smith, Marsh Warren, C.
F. Nellls. The following appointments
were made by the captain : Foreman ol
engine, V. W, Wurrcu ; assistant, Joseph
Smith ; Foreman ot hoe, Marsh Wurrcu ;
assistant, laac Ostraudcr.
Of the Georgia minstrels, the Huston
AihtrtUrr says : "Moreover, a company
tint cm boast of tour end men, must in
deed be, a talented one, and such ends are
seldom seen ; it is a lively scene both on
and oil' the stage. Thu troupe Is un
doubtedly the best that has ever per
formed lu Ibis city. 10,000 people at
tended their four weck'n pel foriuauces
here. Possibly a desire to witness negro
minstrelsy by original darkles as In days
gone by together rtlth a thoroughly en
joyable performance, from which every
thing objectionable is eliminated, drew
together the audiences which completely
tilled the Itall."
All . liroiiie IMoeiisiH Curiil
IIV DM. IlltUI.
He is located lu Culro, Illinois and U
still calling on you to be healed. Why
will you die ot old chronic discacs, when
you can ho cured wllh eo little cost or
money, Do not give It up yet, for lliero
is still a h.ilui iu (iilcard, Cairo Is Dm
place to come to bo cured of nil your
aches and palu.
I am now prepared al my olllce to irlvu
medicated baths, and ersons wishing to ;
reecho surh, will call ;tt my nllhu on
Eighth stteet. No. '22, Imni tin hours of
2 p.m. till 0 p.m, Al'o pl.nii' Intlis, hot
baths, warm baths, icold buth. or apor
bath. A l-o pcrsoji having the con
sumption or weak IjHiK1'' uililng lo
receive medicines !)' Inualatloif, can te
celve the treatment at my olllce, this be
ing Ihu only true way of getting iiicdi
clue direct to the Iiilig-, AIo I (real li-
eae. of the eye ojf ear standing, and
thchllud has Ixeu made to see by my
treatment. All diseases of the skin I
cure. FiMnla cun-il h.v me without the
use of thu knife. It you have a c-uiccr
come and be cured; All private disease,
iu the .hoi(et tine, cured by me. In
short, for all ehroil'n; dleae.s of the hu
man ytem. lfo to Hull. If you wl-h
fo be cured. I coin Loond and prepare nil
my medicines ut my olllce. If I said
that practice inal.fS perfect, I hae been
thirty years si pruericlug physician.
All hi leu and rommiinlcutlons shall
be contldeiiiial and nroiuplly attended to
by me. Dirci t, Du. Ili'i.i,
No. 22 Eighth Milct, Cairo, Illinois,
.Inuunry Term, . II. IHTll.
OHIciTs D. J. linker. Judge.
U.S. Yocum, Circuit Clerk.
Alex. II. Irviu, .Sheriff.
TIKUtSIJAV UIIIITIIKMII llAV-CIIIMINAl..
The greater part of the day was taken
up lu securing the remainder of the Jury
hi the case of the People vi. Jatnes K.
I.aue. The Jury consist of the following
persou: Heujatnln Dexter, (Jeorge J.
Peterson, W. D. Parrot, William Wilson.
J. C. I.luhtner, William Tatmer, J. E.
Puekef, Adolph Anson, Willlaui Elder,
Wesley Garrett, A. O. Phelps, Tlioma
N. KlmbrouL'h. The openlug spetch for
tlie People was Mulshed at the adjourn
ment of court. The Jury are to be board
ed at the Plnuter's house.
Cairo, Im..,Tim:ksimv Evening", l
January 2i), 1S70.
It ha again lietn clear nd pleasant for
the past lour days, but busing ?i.wlnM
lo have been stricken with a dauuwr
from which it l hard to recover. Choice
brand ot llour arc lu good demand,
while common and low grades still re
main very dull. The hay market Is
very dull. The supply of choice coming
in I light, though fully equal to the
demand, as the great abundance ot com.
mon and medium tends to depress
greatly the sale ol choice. Corn Is very
iuiet, and scarcely anything doing In It.
The supply Is crjual to the demand.
Tfiere I a fair supply of oats; transaction-
have been light. Meal Is Very dull,
and Is ottering at the mills here for $11
in new sacks ; there is nothing doing.
Ilrati is almost out of the market ; no
ale have been reported for the pa't
two weeks. Common and mcdiuui but
ter is plenty and very dull, and selllug
at lSQjlS cents; strictly choice Is scarce
and will sell readily for 2;i25 cents.
Eggs are dull ; there Is still a large lot of
the old stock on hand which cannot be
sold at any price. Freli are elllng at
1.1 cent. Choice apple are scarce ami
will bring S.l. There I a good demand
for choice chickens at from Sit to ?:i .V).
Good dressed turkeys are in demand, also
live turkey. There U a lair demand for
all kind- of dres-ed meats. Good hogs
will bring 7J cent. Fat beet, nicely
dressed, will bring J J to ." cents;
badly butchered is neglected, and will
not ell except lor iiianutaetuilng pur
poc. Choice fat sheep will command
7 cent, while poor and inferior are fell
ing at .lej)l "0 per head.
jrOiir Irlends should hear in mind
that the price here given ait' usually for
sales from ilrst hands iu round lots, lu
tilling orders and for broken lots it Is nec
essary to charge an advance over tliesu
Choice grade.? are lu falrdemand. The
low and medium grades are plenty and
Inactive. Sales reported were :W0 bbls
various grade, il 0(7 00; .00 Mils
various grades, $-1 O0(a;fi 7.1; 100 bids
low grade, S4 00; 100 bbls medium,
$.1 50; 1U0 bbls choice, $f73 ; bin bbls
yarioit grades, $4 00(u;7 00.
There i not much choice hay lu mar
ket. Common and medium is lu great
ubiiudauce, and they are very slow sale
Sales noted were 2 cars mixed, $11 00 I
1 car prairie, S 10 00. '
Is very quiet; sales are very slow. The
demand Is light and supply equal to all
wants. Sales were 2 ears white mixed,
3"c ; 1 car mixed in bulk, HDo.
There is a fair demand for oats, though
transactions have been limited, and the
supply fully equal to the call. Sales re
ported were 1 car mixed In bulk, .'He; 2
ears In sacks. HSo ; 3 cars white. Northern,
Me; 2 cars mixed, IWJc; 1 car mixed, 3!)c.
Very quiet and dull. Sales reported
were 200 barrel kiln drioJ, $2 00; 30 bar
rels green, $2 10: BO ban els city, $2 10.
The bran market Is dead. Nothing
has been done for the past two weeks,
and It Is offering In now sacks, at $U Of).
The stock of common and medium but
ter Is large, and II Is very dull. Strictly
cliohe is scarco and. will sell at from 23
lo 2Sc. Sales reported were-10 packages.
l5;;22c; 10 buckets Southern Illinois 20c;
10 tubs Northern 2.V.We5 7 tubs North
ern 20o ; 3o0 pounds .Northern roll 17
He; 3 buckets Southern Illinois Joe; It
packages roil 20o; .1 tnus Northern 20(u)
2Je; I packages cooking Ifie,
Diilland plenty. Them Is u largestoek
of old eggs on the market, which are
hard to dbposu ol nt any price, and lute
arrivals ol fresh egg are selling at Pic.
Sales reported were WHI do. Me; .100
dozen loo ; 500 doen 1 In ; 75 dozen 1.1c;
200 doen He.
There Is a fair demand for good chick
ens, and bolh live and dressed turkeys.
Sales reported were SO pounds ilreseil
turkeys, J3c; I rocqi turkeys, $1 j . ,i
coops iiirKcys, siu i coop mixed chick
en, $3: 10 do;.eti old III lis, f.t Ml.
Slricfly choice abides will sell readily
Common medium me very dull. Sale
reported Were 10 barrel i hntis.. J II)
barrels v Inesap. tliim.iged, $ll 50; IU
ourreis mixed, $lf,i)2 SO,
Thete Is a good .leinaued for all kind
of well butchered meals, while badly
dressed and uufat are neglected and
very bard to dispose of. The only al
reported nn 7 fat sheep al 7c a pound.
ru i. VIOLS,
Good seed potatoes of nil kinds nru in'
demand, imil will bring fair prices. We
note the sale ol 1 car Peach Itlow.. Mi
We note the sale of 10 barrel. SI 2.1
HIDES AND FCItS.
Hides are doll, hot tlmn, U n loin .1...
maud for furs, at quotations :
Hum Dre lllnt. l:l.Mi.. i,li...t
11I2c; green salted, dtijc damaged.
Frill WenilOte: Western (liter. V.i
1. SttffB 50 ; No 2, S:Ki.:i SO : No. II, $IM
1 M); No. L 2.1c. Mink-No. 1,
1 2.1; No 2, MlfSjT.V; No. It, 2.m- ; No. Y,
ioc. iiaceoou ao. I , isXimmc ; An, 2.
0c; No. 3. 20c; No. 4, So. Fox-tlrav
No. 1 eineil. I f Vn. 1 iiiwui. T.'u. V.. !
S(2;ooc; No, II, 2Sc: No. I. 10c; Ited,'
No. leased, $1 SO: No. I open, SI 2.1.
Skunk-Ulack. SfXtJi,?! : hair strlHil.S0
00c; narrow, ll.lc: kittens. 1.1c. Opo--
ititi W71ry. 11... I.
.-i.n. vj,ivvi utttui f i inAii,-. .llllK-
rat-10fo2.1e. Hear-No. 1. SS ; No. 2, J.I ;
No. 3. J2l ; No. I. SOc.
Dki:h Skins guote: Winter, 2VivlOc;
fall, xyglOc. '
STUART & GHOLSON.
Owing to a contemplated ohansra
in our buHincss, on or about tho
first of March, wo Bhall offer from
.his date our entire stock nr H
goods, notions, and shoos at first
cost This is a rare opportunity
tor tnoso wno desire buying frosh
and soasonablo soodsi at Inarm-
prices than thov hava nvni- hnnn
offered for. Como early and avoid
the rush. From this date no goods
win bo sold ozcept for cash.
"lends will please make a noto of
thia. STUART St GHOLSON.
Wau Iimxhuhjct. itivcii I'.irour,
in a. .;ij.
I AM li W aIXj.N,
Sf rtfennl. Sltrnnl Sm lee, tt. y. , ,
Steamer Crnnd Lake No. 2, N. O.
" George Lylse ami tow, N. ().
" Uelte of Memptits, Memphis.
" Jno. A. Scudder, New Orleans.
" E. II. Durfee, St. I.ouls.
' City of Alton, St. Louis.
Steamer (Irani! Lake No. 2, St. Loul.
" George I.ylc. Ohio riwr.
" Hello of Memphis, St. Loul.
" Jno. A. Scudder, St. Louis.
" K. H. Durtie, Pittsburg,
" City of Alton, New Orleans.
IIIVKII. WCA'lltnit AND lll'SINKS.
The weather Is clear and pleasant,
The Ohio roc 2 feet 11 iuche yes
terday. Huincs very quiet.
Tlie Grand Lake and tow left St.
Loul yesterday for New Orleans.
The E. H. Durfee, with I1C0 Inns,
from St. Loul to Pittsburg, arrived at
noon yesterday. Her cargo I composed
of llour, shlptulls and ore, Alex Fra.ier
audJosiah Jacobs are her pilots. She
added a little freight hero and went her
Tlie City of Alton, Captain lllxby,
Mr. Massou, clerk, arrived at -1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, with a blj? starter of
freight, ID passenger and towing a
barge, which she dropped here, and
went below to pick up corn I'or New
The Charles Morgan's next trip to
New Orleans from Cincinnati will he her
Mardl Gras excursion trip, and from the
Cincinnati Contmtrchl, we lerrn that a
large parly of ladles ami gentlemen of
that city have already engaged passage
for the trip on her.
-Captain M. L. Vlrdeii, clerk of the'
Tom Sherclock, who has been III for some
time with mix, Is ugalu able to attend to
his dutle on the boat.
-The Fred WIIon No. 2 left Pitt,
burg on Wednesday with u big tow of
coal for the South.
Tim Arlington left Pittburg with a
big lot of freight, und has engagements
below that port to send her into New
Orleans with a rousing big trip.
The Golden Ittilit was booked to leave
Louisville for New Orleans yesterday.
Tho Florence Leo Is the Paducah
packet this evening. She leaves ut, 5
The doctor.', took a ride to Hlrd's
Point, Fort Jefferson and other neighbor
lug places on the ferry-beat Three States,
on Wednesday, and was given a banquet
ut the Knight Templars' hall lust night.
Lucky tellers -them doctors'.
Captain Leo Crane is lu Louisville.
His Mary Miller is on (he docks ut Mound
The Hellu of Shrcveport, Captain
Thomas W. Kea, Clerk Hurry A. Dark
man, (eft New Orleans for, Bt. Ijouls
und idl Intermediate, points on Tuesday.
The liennuda did not get away
until 11 o'clock yeterday. She left with
a lot ol grain, hay and tulcollitueous
The Tom Slirrloek on her last trip
to New Orleaus from Clnelnuatl, made
the fastest time by three ,iyi, 0f
any bout during the tin'on.
flic Helle Memphis tooktlielitavle.t
trip Into Memphis on last Tuesday she
has, had for six nioiintli. Here irgo was
UK) ton, Including 2,023 barrels of llour.
W barrels of meal, 1,731 sacks com, ISO
sack of oaf, 30 sacks of bran. 23 h
SO mule, ftll nnfltii .III ln.. I'll
hales mid 1 1 b:ig. ol'cotlon, 53.1 acks of
The Cons Miller, t'antaln Pciiiwr.
left Cincinnati on Tuesday evening for
The Tom Sherlock left Chieliuinil
yeterday for New Orleans.
1 lie Hellu Memphis, over a i btv be
hind time, arrived yctcrilav tnornliiL
She put oil boo hale of cotton for (he
East ; added some freight here and went to
St. l.out In the alternoou.
The tow-boat, Geoiire Lvsle. el"ht
days out from New Orle.in. arrived yes
terday morning, she lot a bout near
.ut. ernon, as she went down, ami nar
rowly veaNd smashing her whole tow
at I letelui 's. she has an empty barife
the hull of the old Sam. J. Hale
The Memphis Aralanrht savs officer
of steamers from below yeMerday report
Having paed the towhoat John A
Wood working at one of her coal boats
opposite Chicot, which wa lu a leaky
and perhaps sinking condition. She had
lo-t 21 hours In trying to -ue It.
The Simpson Horner and Smoky
City are gcttlngalong very well with their
coal tow below.
The Commonwealth left New Or
leans on Tuesday afteruooou.
Tlie Jno. A. Scudder, which boat
left New Orleans one week agoyeterday,
with 0.10 bbls and SS0 boxes of suifar.
1.10 bbl ot meal. 100 pkg of sundries
and 20 people, arrived nt noon yesterday
She put oil" sonic freight and several
paengers here, added a little, and went
on to St. I.ouls lu the atternoon.
The sn.'iL'lioat. II. S. I.onir. Is on her
way from the mouth of White river to
Mound City, where she will rest tor
The Jno. L. Hhodes arrived nt Pitts
burg from New Orleau on Tuesday.
The Peytoua and barges left New
Orleans last Saturday with 1,400 bbls of
meal and 7.1 bbl of sugar.
We will sell, herealler, our goods at
the following price, and solicit the pat
ronage of tlie public:
Family brands, per can 3.1 cents.
Standards, per can 4.1 cents.
Select, jmt can .10 cent.
Select, extra, per can 5.1 cents.
Tub oUrs, 1st 101 $1 00
Chicago Trout and White...l 1 ct. ner fb.
Game, Pan I'NIi. ... 10 and 12 ct.. per lb.
Of all descriptions constantly on hand.
couinng ot wild turkey, squirrel und
Family groceries very cheap lor cah.
Made a specalty. Give us a trial.
t. licaper tnau the cheapest.
W .m. Wi.s'ii i:. .In.. A Co,
Friday 4 Saturday EveuinKi, Jan. 21 and 22.
IK OlltAl -OimikllV
nmi suw;,"""",e' awsTRELs
GEORGIA1 a i st.
ORKilSAI.! l'.sKtlTAI.I.KI I
As thoy appaarod In Euirlandood Amarl
i a, unci to 40 OOO peopto recently in
'I lie UoVuu Mlrr.iM' ; I 'Kiev lnwe luten
the city liv storm The -mii:iiy lm inu.tean
liiunviisi' lilt 'I lie rilili In see tiieiu Is uni'.ual
lelli! In tlie lilstnry of mlnvtri'lsy,
I'. T II inintii says' They are rlinorllunry
Hie liini l ti-r aiv.
S3-I'riies uf ailinUsldii .Viunilileenla. Ke
'l rl m'iiIi ut II, llartiiiuii's.
It vitlilni'iiii, Ills , .Ian 11, IsTS.
Wi:ie now iiiIiiiuk u Miy iiii'rloriirtlcle
nl i'ii I lm, I'mm all linimrllle. rmivclallT
iniajili'il fur irmtc nud liuiwriinM iii- irrnerully .
wiili ii w e will ueiier in Liiiro, on hum iiiiii unu
VliitiiMi.!, Ir-it'L Uv lli ciir limil nl' Jimi liiilhelti
ut nine (ii) rent l"r lmhcl, or twu itullurs ami
iwi'iny-iive rent (jj x ) per inn
W'unl.in luieu vrrv tiiiH-ilor article nT Nut
t.'oal uhluli we will ifellter on track at eUUtn
(!') itDllar per cjir J"i liiMiela, 1'iirllea not
m ItliliiK ear luml cull turin C'luli, us v eiiililny
nnuKrnti, wUliliiK yull tiiKi't ("on I ut r'irat Lust,
r u'uaiaiueeiail Mei(iu.
A iV I rest all milrr for coat to
Jas. A. Viacll A Co.,
J ;)-!'. M, M'uiil, V.'i , litis tenuis ami will tie
Iheier tliln coal ut l &iiirrar. lOMIf.
I.. 1). Akiw, Calm. II, K. Akik, Clilri;u
Zi. 13. Akin A Co.,
Harness' 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105ComireU.UTnu, - - - CAHO.HXI.
I'J-Tliose favorluif u wltti their palroniuw
will lluil a coinplBle line of ooil from whlifl lo
wleii, at iKittmiuifii. ltf-14-wt) t
-- . -.
Blake & Co.
B. P. PAKKIK,
faints, Oils, Varnialiei,
Vail Paper, Window Qlaas, Win
dow Shades, Stc.
Alwiys on hind, fbr wltbrsted IHumlnllBt
Corner Klsnth 8trt anj W.hl m
WMUMIK URMI Kaaj.
STRATTON ft BIRD,
AOKNTS AHLEHICAN FOWOBB OO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
If.. It OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCI.M.stUntlsn given to conilgnment sail
RKAI. KSTATf. AUKNT.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
'ONVKYANCKKI, V0TABIU 7U1U0
Cind Aventa of the Illlnela Oaatml al
North Cor. Sixth amd Ohio !,
PARKER & AXLEY,
House & Real Estate
!T3-.Krliil iitlenllnii glteii to Cnllriilnn of
Ifuit nml -iili'iil Id'.il Ki.ule,-CS
STORE BOOM Washington
Avcnuo, botwocn Ninth and Tenth
Strootn, Cairo, Illinois.
R. SMYTH 5c CO.,
Wholesale ami Ilutall Utsltrt Is
Foreign and Domestic
tt IXF.M OF AIX KIBTDN.
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSK;'. mmi A CO. bars eoaitanU
s larKe stock or the tirat goods In Ins mar
ket, and give eapudal altentlou to lbs Wbslttal
rauen oi iiiu uutiita,
T I I iililiuiiint lii the irnlteil
I tr 4-.-v4i,,u""'' -''l, and Kil
ls rl I fill I flr"ll terma u low as
I i . IiM 1 1 If N"'" ol' uny other nlin
1 ClUUli UMWe lion,-. Corrmpoa
V VVJ 11 V "tWiuv l.u iteJ lu the fin
ll.li and I'i lelgn laiiKiiaxeri, with Inventor, At
tome lit Uiw, ami oilier Solli'ltor, iiecilljr
with lhoe who hate had llicirrme njrtiitl lu
the 1 1 i 1 1 I ol'other ullorne). in ri-Jerteil cate
our IW' are nnionulile. anil no i hurKf U inadv
llllll'ilH M'lll,' SUC('l'llll.
II ymi want a pat
or Leictli and s
full ileacrlptlon of
ay our invention .
will make an
examinational tlie patent olllce, and It we think
It pittentalile. will krud you iiieri and silvirs,
uiul pniMrule oiir i-ae. Our fi will us in or
illnarv rueii. siA.
fit Oral or written In matters re-
Oral or written in matters re-
celt, K.-Comuiliiiiliier ofl'iitenta,
t'letiluml, Uhlo U. 11. Kelley, K6i., Sec'T
National liiunne. I.iiuUvllle. Ky L'oiuniodor
liiin'l .iiimen, l,', s, A., aioiMKiun. u. u.
tCieni Mump for our "liiilde I'or oblaln
Inx 1'uteut," a book of 'J lwk'e.
i Luiiis Hairarr 4s t o.. Solid
tor of I'aleiiti, Waililngton, l. C,
O'CALLAHAN ft HALL,
Bootlr. g and Gutter g a p loialty
81at Booflingr a Bftcialty ia
wiyrrt of ioutharn t
Lightning Bcdi, Pumps, StOTM
a id Tinware.
ami Beerrt fur Idiu and Gtati. Seal AM fM