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TIME TABLE OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL n. B.
On end after Hiindav.Jla; Hlh 171, the fotlow
og tune-iable will govern the atrlsal and depart
ure of pasuDger train at Cairo i
flrparf-Matl tralo. dally .iTS'S'
Express, daily .. lWp.n.
Eiprean. dull, except Handay 3:30 p m.
NoehsnierfwafromCatfOio fet. Louie. o
ham e c'ea. from Cniw to CtilcaKn. Flerinl
rr1i Roon sleeping cars on night trains.
fK cheeked to mil Important point".
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
1 KTEA Jf.TI'IJ,'
Will make three trips dully.
LUriH Mill I ttiVlNO MOtKDCITV
At 7 ......a.m. I At t'-K) ... -..a.m.
jit II.... -.m. i At 1;J0 p m.
At 4 30...-.......-l.in. I At 6 ..p.m.
Far each way, 30 centii 10 tickets for fJ 40.
Will Ian, when hailed, at any pood luteiin.diate
mJioglor passenger or freight, novlltf.
EVANSVILLE AND CAIRO,
U3 FOWLER- -..Master
Will leave Cairo fat Evansvllle every Hundy and
Thursday evenln., at & o'cloci, p.m. l-or
ft.jg.uor passage, apply on bowd crtn
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
MAII, II OAT.
The iplendid Mcamer
e Cur t'. t, I I r excepted) at 4
m. Fjr Iranhtor pi ( noolj on boarder
JAS. tllUUN, AK't.
. .... .... .... ..... ........-.
C.i u'jcrtn i I Ttlvpr Pne'cctt
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The iplendid .leaner
TOM nAltMAN...Ma.ter ALEX. HAlU...-.C!erk
Will leave Cilrx-terv Tniu.day at 5 o'clock p.m.
forCluk.v lie, and Na.hvr.le. For Ireicht or
p.-ace, p ly on o jara or lo
' anstf ' JH tllfJfiS, Ar'I.
NAailVILLE, CLAUKSVILLE AND
The gallant steamer
OWKN DAVH.Mitter Clerk
Will leare Curo erery S.itur 'ay at a o'clock p.m.
for Xhnlie, Clirkntillc-.n l Hilway poiou. For
freiicht or paz i ipplv on b -ard r lo
Jan3if. JAd. BIOilS, Ag't.
The good steamer
Will leive Crtlro every Monday at .' o'clock, p.m.
for Na.ihrille, and all y po'ln For freight or
paig', apply on board .- to
JanJtf JA. IllfifH, Agt.
ijfjij.jtA.vi tji utrs.
FOR SALE, ) KorSMe I FOR SALE,
FOR BALE.) formal FOR SALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Lo.vDCNDKUlty
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from Qukknutown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $18-20
SaMord, Morris t Ca
Liverpool Aetr-Tork and I'hlla.ldphia
ia coxtatct with txitid ihtiihd kuisii
For Carrying tue. Malls.
FOll FASSAGK TICKETS
oa rttriira ixrotMtTiox
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot..
15 Broadway, New-York, or to
Wahlngton Avenue, Cairn. nnia, 51
The Illlnoia Central It.vl Itoal Cornixny now
oSerforaaletherollowingdeacribed lot In Kra
Addition to the City of Cairo, vii:
Lot S7 block 20. Lot 2t block M,
" 1 " ;o, 27 " vi
' 6 " ti, " U " i.
' C M, 31 ' tl.
" 3 " n, " at w.
For termi.ele. apply to JAMES JOHN 'ON,
WILLIAM It. SMITH. M. I).
TiFilDB.V f No. 21 'rMrleemh atre,t.
, ' ,
0. W. DUXXIXO. M. D.
Op.4IIiK.SCB-oorn-r.Sintli nil. I Wilntit
AVIB'e neriutli ir..ol anl Ohio lor.
onw. Un..-(tn,K ., , Iim iB,tt (, m
11. VfAUUSEK, if. I).
REtiKNCFrnM Mu,v..n.. at.eet fl.
I..- ..rer th- .o..0i.c. (itllc. IwuVi; lo li
am. and! o 4 10. JiMmi
ALI EN, MULKEY & WHEELER
COONSELORS AT LAW,
William J. .tlteu, 1
John II. Hulk.
cirpirtieiilar attention paid to river and ad
nuru ly iuiiic
OKFICE-Over first National Dank, Ohio Levee
QUEEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
H'll'la ii II. een,
William II Oitbert
tWSpeei. attention (jlven to Admiralty and
orrtct cino levee, rooms 7 and 8 over
CITV NATIONAL HANK.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
T. D. REXFORl) lVoprlotor
coax, onto tmi t tco!ir. sr.,
1ne Only Ftrtt-Glni Jfome U the City
eir iLwugo convi')4 to nd frcm the iip0,
f'pf ci.krj. decht
' February a, i7l.
Cairo Calno and ha In lt unbounded wisdom
resolved lo celebrate Hie fifth maquerade ihl
season, which will, i It e er h done, entire. y
and completly ccliu.e any, and evert thin here,
toforo or hereafier t b attempted. The mojt
conspicuous Tool In the community, among
whom, my dear realer, you iin t.i'Uiiedly are
elannol. will I muted to demonstrate that your
presence will be luily appreclnie.i. .o i ckck
will be sold at the door an 1 llioin wi.hli it tickets
can obtain them or any member ot me uas.no.
CAB I. I.. THOMAi-,
Commlltecof Arrangements ofCtlro Catlno.
CIIAKLHS M. IIOWK & CO.,
Fomr a n ding jr ijruiia nts .
No. 04: Ohio Levee,
I'ublUhrd every mornlnff, Montlny ex
lllinol- Central Railroad Cot I
Agent'a UftUe, Cairo, Jan. IS, W2. )
1 will fell at public miction nt tlio t tone
depot, in Uie city of Cairo, on Snturdny,
the 27th of January, tlio following prop
erty to pay charges, viz : 5 boxes bedding
2 lounget, 1 bureau, 4 pieces carpet, 2 cup
board, 4 tables, 3 doz. chairs, 7 stands
2 trunks, 0 bedsteads, 5 mnttrciscr, and
quite an omourt of kitchen furniture.
Sale positive to commence nt 10 run.
JAMES JOIINSON, AScnt.
CARD OF THANKS.
The undersigned takes this method
ofroturnini; her sincere thanks to the
Gcrniania Life Insurance Co., of Now
York, for the prompt and cheerful pay
ment of a policy of 51,500 on the lifo of
her late husband.
To 3Ir. Reiiihold V. Uclznor, tho o(U
cient a'etit of tho, cptnnnny . at Cairo, arn
my thiitiks especially duo for his kind and
honorable uclloti In tho settlement of my
claim. Catiiauisk Riuiiacii.
NEW IIOOl, 9 JUST RECEIVED IIY lltllSTOL
Scotch Oat Meal,
Am." ," Oat .Meal,
Holtlcd Orated Horse lUdlih,
Dupuf's Star S, C. Hnnu,
Sugar Cured Jlroakfust R.teon,
First Quality "The beiti.thu cheap
est," is their motto, they sell ns low n
nny other homo. No 32 Eighth street
Of PEOPLE SEEN AND HEARD OF,
" Wotion Webb i nt home,
PnilPt 1llltltlkkl ff Kftlltrtn
F. E. Albrl-'ht. of Mlirnlivshnrn. t In
tho city, in iittendunco upon tlio circuit
Jesso Wiiro. Ein of Jo.'.oiboro. was
in thu city yesterday, tho p let nro of good
humor, und as hopeful as the believer in
tho C. A- V. railroad.
-Willis, U. S, Collector for thU dls-
trlct, u as in thu city yesterday. "Wo havo
uru or w. mu 1L.Ter tnvi lilm. Is lie
go-al louMt, brother iinnT
AtiCHu,.la tt giimpn, 0f tl0 good
looking fcalare. , Uie noIli Jien Mt
Munn, at church ,m 8ulJ nj ,,t
a fact wo neglected to m,.Ilttotl
-I'rof. C. Robbitu U nov, n I)u Quo)n
und will no to Chlcaco hornm .... . . '
to Cairo. Ho will be back about Urt
of tho coming month.
Tho Grand Duke- Alexis will loavo
St Louis for this city on the night of tho
20th Intl. On tho 27th ho will omburk
upon the (learner Great Republic for New
Matt Clark, u whilom Cairo citizen.
called on 111 Monduy afternoon. Clark It
now uoitig buslncu in St. Loui, nnd U In
tho clly on a bri-f visit to his rulutlrm
When ho gits tired turrying nway wo
shall bo glad to welcome him buck to his
Mr. W. A. M.illano, of the Metropolis
Timtt, is in the city, and will cull upon the
butlntst men of Cairo mid solicit udver
tUemeiiti for hit paper. Tho Tim hat
an extensive circulation in Maisuc und ,i.
joining cottniiei, mid wo speak for him a
generous reception at mo nanus 01 tho
enUTpritlng binlrtcu men of Prlin,
THE CAIRO DAILY
HEALTH BREVITIES ;
et'HJCCT . DKMANDINO PUltLtC ATTEN
TION. Cairo It. nl liratont. the hcaltlilest city
In tho United Ptntes, and genrally l
niorceicmpt than Its neighbor of the rive,
coutsw, frf-M tho curso of contagious dls.
cases j but this fact mount imt mrow u
offour guard and make us too conlldent of
continued exemption froii 'ie ravages of
the smnll.pov, which is now prevailing in
nlmost every city nnd tovu north and
south of us.
What hava our city authorities done '
what has the board of health dunu to
protect Cairo ngaliut tho ingress of small
pox cases from the river steamers contin
ual! v lun.lini at the wharf. Judge Dross,
of tho county court, nets promptly when
cases of this kind are brought to his
alien inn, but there should bo an under
standing between him nnd the board of
hculth of the city so that together they
may effectually protect us from tbo danger
of small pox contagion. In this connoc
tiun wo would suggest that the boatd of
health should nt oncn bo called together,
und in conjunction with Judge llrois,
hottld adopt tomo plan for tho protection
of tho citv.
Wo would ndviso all citizens who
li.ivo not been vaccinated to lose 110 time
in procuring protection against the small
nor. Erorv nlnco in Chrhtcndoin, ex
cept Cairo, is now nfllictcd by this foul dis
ease, and wo must expect to Jiavo It at
tack us soon. 'o should not forget llial
towns liko l'aducah and Metropolis, nnd
cities like St. Louis and Memphis nro
compelled to pats through Cairo to got
ttnywhero when they wish to go nway
from home, nnd they will bo turo to send
to us n few fine specimens of their finest
cases of small pox, The board of health
and county court should, we belicvo, pro
vide for tlio free vaccination of all people
In the city too poor to pay for this protec
tion against small pox, and means should
bo procured to spread tho news among tho
colored people The arrangement should
bo made before next Sunday, so that tho
fact mny be announced from the colored I
pulpits. A flitch in time savct nine.
THE IL'N AND AMUSEMENT THAT 1ST0 II E.
The colored beaux and belles will hop
in calico to-night at School's hall.
The dramatical Thalia arc prosper
ing apace growing in strength and excel
lence. The "big home" that greeted them
last Sunday night encouraged tho ladles
and gentlemen of tho society hugely, nnd
the danco that followed de'ighted every
body who participated,
Preparations for tho granji carnival
of tho Casino, to bo held in "Washington
hall on the evening of February Cth, are
boine rapidly and cffj'tually pj'hcd for
ward, und the knowing ones declare that
its jucccs is already n'sured. Everybody
it getting ready to bo present.
A Grand Hal Ma'qua at tho St.
Char es, Friday evening, February, 2, is
proposed to be given under thn auspices of
the young men of Cairo. So ono will bo
admitted who cannot present nt the door
an invitation, nnd altogether U is In n n
fclfct affair. Tho grand makers of ceic
inonies tiro Mestr. F. D. Rcxfi.rd and li.
F. llhike, anJ the general managers,
Messm. H. A. Ilnnnon, Geo. R. Thatcher,
Cha. M. Howe, A. C. Llppitt, M. C.
Wright and C. R. Kylo of Cairo, nnd
Mow. Duko II. Carter nnd Dan. Hogan
of Mound City.
Tho parlor entertainment of Hi
Church of tho Redeemer congregation, to
bo given nt tho residence of Clias. Guli
ghcr, Esq., on Thursday night, next, will,
11 is sum, eciipsa nnythn.g ..rthu kinu hero
loforo enjoyed by tlio fastidiotn
Cairo. Mr. Oaligher nnd his ostimablo
lady uru using every effort to mnko the cn
tertninmont in every respect nn enjoyable
nuiiir, unit we :avu no doubt their pain
tlal retidenco on Thursday night will
bluzo with wit, beauty, and gas light. Tho
programme is ns follows :
I. Q.il Vivo r;a'lupdcC(MKti...PiAn' Parle Duet.
t. Una Notic In Vcneia f Mr. I.insdtn,
" """"'g ....Mr.. W. P. Wright.
Table c, Pubjej', Temptnllon
4. bcenedell.l pmno Va,u Hon
I (Ico. Night, Haeelhrnrt Mi.Cjan
r., Oently fall the deu. mi I've Trio."
7. Hark! 1 hear an Anecl f-ing .""song!
Poet and Peasant piano Forte Duet.
I. InQueMo .Hunplic Mrs. J.M. Unidn
in. O'erforeat.re- mountain snd rnca.iow...oln.
Mr. IKIlldtynn l Chonu.
I.egen .' of I he Mlmleloe Houjh In iScenf
BUSINESS IS BUSINESS-
H. LEVY A CO.'s PRICK LIST THE HIOII EST
Tho Arm of II. Levy Ss Co, 03 Ohio
leveo, dealers in fur, ot all descriptions,
hides, tulluw.ft atlictv, wiol, etc., nro build
ing up a trado and earning for themsol
vi's a busincM rvputnlion second lo no
house in thu city. In their dealings with
their cttttumerj, limy nro honorable nnd
upright, representing only facts. For
articles in tlioir lino thoy pay tho highest
cash prices. Rulow will bu found a list nf
tho nrticlcs in which they deal, togothor
with thu ruling prices in this mnrkct
Mink ; .r0 to $'. 00
iWccoon 10 to
J;k ruts..... 5 '1
X W 10 to
"ttur 1 00 to
Heaver f)0 to
Hcnr skins li 00 to
Doer skins n ,
Hepf hides, dry Hint n to
" " green salt j "
OTHER ARTICLES PER POU.vi.
1 111 low Ql0
Feathers 60 to
Reeswnx , to
Tho itbovti quotations aro subject to cor
Mariuaoe Guide. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. I'rirc
60 cent. Address Dr. Hull.' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Gtreot, St. Louis
Mo. Ken Advertisonifiit. tf
AIIOCT WHAT IS HEINO 110NK IN THE t. C,
. AND THE !.. '
1 Circiil Courl.
I Hon Jsdge Hiker, pmlding 1
.'. F. MeCulniy,
Mr Jr.o. ( liar.
I'n'fecut.nir Attorney :
mm. clerk 1 Mr, A. If, lrvin, Bit HIT,
Olio Keller, arraigned for Jarceny,
plead "ml guilty." Tho jury iici)iitod
John User, the boy who was arraigned
on Mcnday for larcsny was tried yester
day, and it being ncortnlncd that ho was
under seventeen years ol age, ho was sent
to tho stnto reform school, llaor is the
first buy sent from Alexander county to
that reformatory institution.
James Morgan and Grorgu Folr ar
raigned for larcony the stcnling nf n coat
from a clothing store on Ohio leveo. The
prisoners weto tried separately, nnd Mor
gan's evidence was admitted in tho trial
of Foster. I'roseculing Attorney McCart
ney was of opinion that tho evidence of
Morgan would bo not ndmlssnblc, and Mr.
Gilberi, tho prisoners' lawyer, was stiro It
would bo. And it was. Tho court so
rulod, and Morgan sworo that ho nnd
Foster had stolen tho coat nnd had en
tered tho sloro for tho purpose of steal
ing It, thus "going back sqnnro" on his
partner, hoping, no doubt, in this way to
escape punishment himself. Rut ho Whs
mistaken. Tho Jury found Foster not
guilty nnd Morgan, who hnd ndmlttcd his
guilt, was sentenced to the penitentiary
for two years.
(II, Shanne ry prpal.llng.)
About tho town,
Disorderly and drunk was he
Noisy fighting drunk was he.
Ten days in jail,
For want of filthy lucre, Jo,
For want of n big V will go.
Mr. Edward Williams, a negro of
repute; not n common negro, but n nigger
who would shoot; n member of Iho legis
lature of tho state of Alabatn; passing
through Cairo, as harmless ns n lamb, got
drunk ns politicians aro in duty bound to
do, and attempted in his raging to shoot
another nigger through. Hut tho trigger
of his cannon refused to do its duty, and
the big fist of tho oilier nig spoiled Ala
bama's beauty ; and ths officers, to crowt:
his luck, lockcl him in tho jail, beneath
the ever watchful eyeof "Wil-li-am McIIale.
When tho eyo of Uryan fell on Ed., his
fato was scaled right then, nnd he fined
him forthwith fivo nnd costs, saying,
"Edward come agtin." Edward be
ing penniless, fult a painful pang, and now
with pick nnd shovel tolls for Mnc, in his
REFERENCE IIEINO MADE
TO MA NT L'1I-
Officers Uillingiby nnd Robertson
aro acting ns balill'i in the circuit court.
How is this?
Our old friend H. II. Williams was in
town Wcdnod iv. Ho is pushing tho saw
mill business ul Cairo vigorously. Monuit
Wo propose to havo both tho small
pox nnd Grand Duko Alexis In Cairo,
and Fitducah is nlmost livid with envy.
And yet wo arc not proud I
Tho Hibernians have oftVod to sell
their large engine to n fire compaiy latelv
organized in Cnrbondalc. Tlio machine ,
is a good one, nnd will be sold for a song.
The Cairo aldermen havo resolved to
call on Alexis in a body, officially, when
ho passes through their city. Alex, cer
tainly will be proud of the high honor
thus bestowed upon him, nnd possibly ho
will permit tlio aldermen to kiss tho hem
of one of his garments. Ruder and Schuh
voted rgaintt tho toadying resolution, nnd
their heads were levol. Mound City Jour
nal. Mr. Chat. Mehner has just received
from the publishers in New York, a book
of costumes, containing nil tho latest styles
of stage equipment. He invites his friends
to call and examine tlio book, nnd if there
nrnany persons desiring articles In this
line, Mrs. Mchnur lias proposed to furnish
thorn on short notlco nnd reasonable
term.. Mr. Mehner nlo has a number of
masks which ho will sell or hire out to
thoe who may want them. jaul2w2
Tho Jacksonville (III.) Independent
contains this cruol blow at our neighbor
of tho .Vtm: " A Cairo patent-inside naner
says it is printed on u 'mammoth ton-cylinder,
self-feeding, Improved high pres
sure, never ceasing, chain-lighting, oxcol
sior, Irrcprotslble, Hoc-Hullock press.'
Guess that means the press that does tlio
patent iuslde In Chicago. Tho homo
side looks liko it might lm worked on a
brokan backed witsh-bourd, with a broom
stick rollor and aoft soap for ink,"
Twenty of tho colored laborer of this
city, under the supervision of Win, Ham
ilton, unloaded ono thousand und ninety
bars of railroud iron from tlio steamer
City of Quincy, on Monday night, in
bhorter time, wo nro Informed, than uny
equal ntimbur of rails woro over handled
boforo at this wharf. Hamilton, who is a
stalwart, working, yellow man, is rather
proud of tho foat, and holds that it goes to
provo thai tho Cairo darkies nro both will
ing and havo tho nbllty to work when they
havo tho opportunity.
Fat. Fitzgerald, of tho Sample Rooms,
has rocolvcd tho appointment of agent for
tho salo of tho Hammondsport, N. Y.,
Urbaniin Wino Company's wines in this
city. If tho bottlo with which wo woro
yesterday presented is a enmplo of tho
quality of theso winc, then wo nro pro-
..-,1 1 ..... ll.. .. .
I juiivu iu ."j niuv uru iiinoug tlio pest
wo havo ever tasted. Ho has just
received 11 largo consignment, which ho is
prepared to soil tit tho lowest fl"urors.
Ho has also on hand a largo and complete"
stock of tho vnrlous brands of Irish
Scotch und American whiskies, nnd wines
of every varloty janlSdtf.
Tho number of drunken men who
reeled along Ohio leveo on Monday night
wks nnusuHlly largo, and at about twelve i
JANUARY 24, 187
o clod they wcronll wending their wonv
Ing wnyl- tho ttcnmbonls lying nt Uie
wharf. Th y wuro Vldtnttlv nassonL'ora
and stenmbosl hand oulonnlark. To
the eyes of our c.t''-ns, who arc unaccus
tomed to exhibitlf s ..f inebriety thoy
prosenloil n pitiful . -feb!, nnjf nvery
tlOrinil tvlll intV Mi.m.f K , '.!. .........
...uu, n, . 1, -.,urv
--- ... . .. I
vniro porson ruinweo: hi r-oiution to
never drink ngnln. Davl, of the Sun,
'oolr n. solemn oath to never touch nnj
thlng stronger than cidor, nnd wo raised
our hand In 11 vow ngaint Weiss beer
nnd every other weaker drink.
Tho buslnees men of Cairo, whllo
thoy have, with commendable zeal, en
deavored to scenro ihelr share of tho
trado coming from various points,
ncces'itilo to Cairo, havo unwillingly neg
lected to make an effort in Mnssac, John
son und I'opo counties, und henco trado
nnd conjlgn ucnts of products from theso
counties nre secured by other points I'udu
cah nnd Evansvillo. This trado Is worth
seeking nftcr, und can bo secured by it
proper effort; let it bo made. Cairo pos
sesses overy ndvntitiigq In the fight, nnd
will bo successful, if her business men nro
Tho Unity brldgo dedication seems to
havo been tho occasion for n high old
tunc, in which tho county courts of Alex
ander nnd Pulaski, with citizens of Cairn
nnd Mound Clly nnd tho rural district, In
dttlgod nnd proved themselves jubllat.t
men nt open air drinking. Tbo grand feat
uro of tho dedication wns tho breaking
of a sparkling bottlo ot Mississippi water
with n bottlo of Ohio river water on tho
bridgo over tho center of tho Cache,
"eventually," ns tho chroniclor of tho oc
casion oxprciscs it, to "find its rc-unlon at
Cairo." Judge Hross nnd Councilman
Schtth represented Cairo, nnd both per
formed too responsible duties with great
Hlnck pale, before white 1 Another
triumph for "George, tho Harbor"!
George Recnltig has given his black assist
ant "n ticket of lenvo" and put in his
pluco a barber from Chicago, who In point
of skill nnd experience has no superior in
tho country. With tills help, and Geor
ge's personal presen, echo expects to mnko
his shop tho grand center of attraction
with till who want shaving, hair-cutting,
hair-drcsing, hair or whisker dyeing per
formed in tho highest stylo of tho art.
Come on then, and 11 single trial will satis
fy you that nowhero olso iu tho city can
you be served more promptly or satisfac
torily. Shop, cornor of 1 7th nnd Commer
It is true Hint Rlankenburg's Excel
sior saloon is now ono of tho institutions
of tho city. All drinkers who liko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
etc. go to the Excelsior saloon, which is
fitted up in splendid style. Rlnnkcnburg
who knows how to kcop a saloon, spreads
n fine free lunch every morning nnd eve
ning, nnd, ns he forcibly expresses it,
Sweetens tho lunch with music.'1 Ilo
has employed the service of 11 (lrst-rnto
pinnit, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in one end of tho saloon
spenk out in musical tone. Everybody
is invited. Tho best order Is maintained
and all improper elmrnctcrj Mippror.e,!
with nratnoi, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the Excelsior saloon
is at tbo cornor of Washington n"ontie nnd
Tho weather has been clear nnd pleas
ant for 11 day or two, but n cold wind has
been blowing to-day and wo now havo in
dications of snow, Tho Ohio is fulling
rapidly, but there is still a good stage of
water to nil points nbove nnd also from
hereto N.-w Orleans Tho rates of Freights
remain unchanged nnd nro very much
In favor of shippers. Prices of nearly all
tho staples compare very favorably with
those tit nny other point in tho west.
This being tho cnso, tonnage
plenty and rates of Frcieht, as
said above, in favor of shippers, it follows
that our market is ono of the best for
dealers for tin: laying In of stock. Neither
ico nor low water interferes with tho trans
for to markets below, and no vexatious de
FLOUR. Quiet but firm. Tho mar
ket for superior grades is good. Dealer
nro well supplied. Sales were
1,100 bbls., Various grades $. 0O118 CO
831 " " on or-
ders fj S0a8 7S
1 car XXX c CO
AVH EAT. Prices rango n previously
quoted Sales woro
.1 cars No. 1 Spring 1 :jj
HUA. hales wore
400 sacks, del $22 00
1 ear " z 00
1 SB sacks ship stuff, del 22 SO
200 " bran, In small lots, del.,
on orders 2li 00
CORN. There Is n good order demand
at previous quotations. Suies were
Hears Mixed, in bulk, on track .. 11a
3 " White, in bulk, on truck Aiiu
ft " Mixed, in sacks, dol S3u
COO sackn, Yellow, on ordors, del. Clo
200 " Mixed, on orders 60c
4 curs AVhllf, in sucks, del fi7c
100 sucks, AVIiito, on ordure, del G80
OATS. Aro In good demand and firm
nl 4Sa40e, in sacks. Sales woro
B curs Mixed, in sacks, del 45c
lour " " on orders... 4Co
400 sacks Mixed, on orders, 40c
10 cars White, in sacks, del 40o
K)0 sacks Mixed 40c
HAY. Tho market Is dull thoro is
little enquiry lor uny kind. Sales wero
2 cars, Timothy 320.0022.00
1 " Cholco Timothy, del.. 21.00
125 bales " on
5 cars Timothy, dol,
4 " Mixed " 20.00
RUTTER.-Contlnucs very dull and
pricvt nro weak, oven at our quotations.
The market It largely overstocked. Sales
20pkgs. Cholcu Roll 20c
10 " 1 16o?0o
EGGS. Aro dull. Tho dcclino in
prices commenced curlier in tlio season
than usual. There nro plenty in tho mar
ket for homo consumption. Tho demand
for slipping is email. Sales wore
1300 doz shippers count 22o
POULTRY. Chickens aro in good de
mand at quotations nnd ruther scarce,
Turkeys aro in good demand but tenreo
1 coop Turkeys $14 00
" " Chickens o .no. nn
If. dor. dressed Chickens "..V f,6a3 00
MEAL. Is flfm nml in jcman(i Tl(,
!""01 h wo" upplid Sales wero-
oO bbls Fresh, dol i on
M ' Steam dried Z ZZZ' 00
300" t City Sloan, dried ...2 OOallco
" " ill low on or.
V" OOalJ 10
PROVISIONS ,.Ht. i,
r-.,v, win ivjurb
- ........ j'wifciuii ui IIJU
"ctuul bu,esi transactions, but Is full
l? tsiaoiisii tho prices. We
J.OyO lbs. moon Clear Sides... 80
1,110 " Dry Salt llnms eo
0 tierces Lard go Hl
PORK.-Unchnnged. Bale were-
,c?.,:bi';. M $13 70
uAJII-The tnnrhet It nnt voi. -11
supplied. Prices rango about tho snme.
Sovornl dozen Prairie Chickens sold to-
unyiorsi uom 51). Sales were
18 doz. Quails $1 ooal 25
"HWI 1 00hI 20
10 " Squirrels: 70cal 00
3 Deer, per lb 70
FRUIT. Apples are scareo and high.
40 bbll. fnrltllm &rt .rt.si pa
' ounjt OU
CO " Red, strictly choice, on
"" f& ooaii 00
SEED. Clover Is quoted at S3 00 por
bushel, Timothy nt $3 00.
ONIONS SETS Hring from S2 75 to
$3 00 per bushel.
SUNDRIES. 30 sacks coffee, 25a20c.
22 bbls. Navy Hcans, $2 SO per bushel.
FEATHERS I FEATHERS!
II. Levy A- Co., nt No. 03 Ohio levee,
have on hnnd nnd for snlo In quantities to
suit puichascrs, ono thousand pounds of
good (outliers. They will bo sold at prices
within the reach of the poorest. Families
suppled nt reasonable rates. dec 12-tf
Wc hnvo just received, from the man
ufacturers, n AVilcox and Glbbs sewing
machine. It is beautifully finished and
bus the hemmer, braider, etc., This ma
chine, worth slxty-fivo dollars, will bo
sold nt n bargain nnd may be seen at this
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
Hteamcr. Where from. Where to.
Alice St.lMiit ...Memphis.
Exchnngo N. O Louisville.
Henry Ames.... St. Louis.
S. S. Merrill... -.St. Louis.
Mnry Houston N. O Louisville.
Look Out Hickman.
City of Quincv .St. Louis.
W. H. Rrown"... St. Jouti.
J. Fitk jr l'aducah Paducnh
Illinois , Columbus... .Columbus.
CONDITION OF THE IUVER1.
Tho fall in the river at this placo during
tho pusl 2 hours, is 8 inches.
A small ric is reorted til Pittsburg
but nt this stage of the river will ntnotint
to hut little.
Thero is lets tlinn 0 feet in tho chnnnol
at Cincinnati and falling. At Loulsvillo
there is 4 feci 7 Inches In tho cuiial und
falling. At Evansvillo the full continues.
Cumlx.rlnml rlvor rontiiiuca to full
with loss than 3 fret on liar pah Shoals.
In the Mississippi there is no change to
report. Tho channel remains lit n con
dition with about 1 feet out.
Tho Arkansas river is rising very fast.
It raited six feet in two days. Holow hero
tho river continues falling ; still thcro is
plenty of water yet.
IIURINE39 AND WEATHER.
Tho leveo presented rather quiet ap
penranco during tho day. Tho weather
yesterday was cold and full of changes,
Early iu tho morning 11 light snow fell,
just enough to cover tho ground. On the
leveo tho wind came nipping cold from tlio
north nnd the pedestrians looked liko they
woro trying to swallow their heads to keep
their enrs from freezing.
Tho Henry Ames nnd City of Qulncy
started for St. Louis yesterday. They
may wish they wore back hero before they
' Our wharlbo.it, " belonging to Mntli
cws & Co., of Friar.s Point, camo off Iho
docks nnd droppod to tho landing and
took on board n load for Memphis. She
will bo towed down by somo tow boat.
Tho Osuio is on tho docks at Paducah
having somo repairs made.
The Lookout went below hero to load
with corn for Hickman.
Tho Alico enmo in from St. Louis bring
ing a fair trip. Her pilots report 4 feet -t
Tim Mary McDonuld laid hero nil day
yesterday lidding freight and lelt with n
good trip for Memphis.
The Talisman was lightened over Har-
pcth Shoals on her lust trip by tho Burks
Tlio barges that will go out In tow of
tlio Crcscnt City will contain 11 largo
amount ot bull; grain.
iho .H. Jlrown left for Columbus
with ono bargo loaded with coal nnd ono
Cupt. Thorwcgau, of tho Great Republic
arrived from bolow. His boat will bo here
on Thursday evening und nwait tho arri
val of tho Grand Duko Aloxis and suito
who aro expected hero on thu 27th lust.
Sleamors havo to pay tho following
sums for tho privilege of using tlio steam
capstan which is mndo by Sehaffur,
McMiller & Co., of Pittsburg. Sleamors
exceeding 100 tons hull measurement $100.
150 to 700 tons, 5200. Over 700 tons, 300.
Tho Armada is bolng dlsmnntlcd nt
Ironton. Hor machinery will bo put In a
now boat, which will bo a Rtoni-wheolor
nnd i-scd to low Iron oro from Ironton to
Aftor tho Fnnnio Urntidics had sunk
Ctpt. J, Murray tried to got n wrecking
bout nt Momphis to go to tho wreck nnd
try nnd savo what thoy could and for sucji
torv'uus Ihoy woro to bo paid with cotton
Hint was In tlio wreck, but ho could not
pull tho "wool" over their oyes, so ho got
a flat boat und went nt it on his own ac
count and raised 41 bales on which ho in
tended to claim tnlviigo, but tho shippers of
tho cotton hourlng of It libelled tholr pro
perty boforo tho United States marshal,
and Murray has been ordored to appear
on tho 4th of next May and intoryeno for 1
Ills Inlorcst In tho cotton or tho samo will
bo comloiunod as prayed for in tho libel.
-Mr. T.li. Kilt, tho corner of Seventh
nml Commercial In prcparod to accom
modate nil who apply with board, with
or without rooms, nt prices lower than nny
other flrst-clnsshouso In tho citv. Mr. El
lis keeps nn excellent table; his rooms nro
front rooms hh'h. th'ht. nnd nlrv. nml wnll
O - , - O - J J ..v..
furnished, nnd wo have r.o hesitation in
promising satisfaction to all who call on
him. .Mr, Kills will also supply parties
who desire willi unfurnished rooms 11
rcnsonnblo rates. Let all interested tnko
notice. Rcincmhcr on llio corner of
Seventh nnd Commercial. 210
lty Xnllotinl nnttk nnllcllnir.
jtuKpeclal attention paid to orders Irom sleam
ocW nlvht or dav.Ya
Wo havo no hesitation in recommend
inc William Elllcrs. boot nml alin m.L.ir
ns worthy of most llboral patronage. Wo
know whereof wo sptak when we saj r.u
worst is tiono in a masterly manner at Iho
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of slock, and ho cannot be excolled In
tho dellcato task of making an exact !K
Givo him n call nt his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue find
Poplar street, nearly oppotlto tbo courl
house, nnd wo will guarantee satisfaction.
Goto P. O.Schuh's
Nilsson Roquet, Ess. Roqut
Chlnecso Roquet Perfumery.
Notice. The best entertainment in
tlio city Is nt tho St. Nicholas hotel, taloon
nnd restaurant. The best mutic that can
bo had violin and piano. Good lunch
every morning and night. All of tho
finest brands of cigars, nnd tho best St,
Louis lager boor, nlways fresh and nice.
Givo us a call.
Karrt Walker. Proprietor.
Great inducements to any one wish,
ing to buy a llrst-clnss piano or organ.
E. it W. Ruder offet their entire stock In
tho piano and organ lino nt tho actual
cost of the instruments. Thoy are desir
ous of closing out tho stock so that they
may use tho room for jewelry manufactur
The Finest Solectlon of
Muk, Rose, Cologne, Rondelia, and Cash
met Doquet Soaps
At P. O. Schuh'f.
If you deaire rosy cheeks and a com
plexion fair and freo from Pimplet
Blotches and Eruptions, purify your blood
by taking Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. It bat no equal for this pur
Where nro you going? To the placo
number 03, Ohio lovce, whero they kevp
the best fresh oysters, fish nnd game, n:iJ
the Illicit wine, liquors and cigars to bt
found in tho city. Open at nil hours, day
or night. J. E. Park
Thirty cents a week will sccuro a pol
icy for one thousand dollars fit tho Lifo
Association of America. A (jXd invest
ment for a young man. For particulars
apply to Carl L. Thomaa, special agent,
Vaccination. Just received, nsupply
genuino English cow virus. All who with
to be vaccinated, call at my office from 1
to 3 o'clock in tho afternoon. Office,
Seventh street, near Washington avenue.
Ot. A. Wadovmar, M. D.
Sleepino Rooms for Kent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Hank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
Dusters and Rrushcs
At Paul G. Schuh't.
For Sale. A cottage on 12th ttrect
containing 7 rooms, cittern 'and out
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
Sago'i Catnrrh Remedy
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
Try it. Mrs. Whitcomb desires all
to try her Syrup; it is the great chlldron'a
soothing remedy, nnd sold nt the low prico
of 20 cents. Jnn.lSijltS: lwk.
Peck, Frean, Co's London biscuit
always on hnnd, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue. If
of all kinds nnd at ull prices
nt P. O; Schuh'i.
Piano Tunino. Parties wishing thoir
pianos tunod will please address C.
Kobblns nt postofflco, or leave word with
his brother. Prico S'J.OO or S-5,00 a yenr, in
eluding nt lonst two 'unlngs and ordinary
repairing, strings, &c.
Joroenson has tho best East India
preserves for salo cheap. tf
CASSIDY, WOLFE & CO.,
Produce and Groceries
WASHINGTON AVENUE, 1IETWEEN
EIGHTH AND NINTH ST8.,
83? Givo them a Call!
JAMES KYNASTON, t
flittrlicr m:d Dentrr In nil HlsitU Frcsb
Consrn .ViscnisTii am Por-Lia Stattr,
O AIUO, ILLINOIS.
PlttS and alaughters only the very best cattle,
J hoca and sheep, and Is prepared to fill any
demand for fresh metis from oue pound to ten
thousand pounds. l:Mtf