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JHieiT;AiiiULAlijr liULi-iVUi IA, JbKllJAY, JNOVIOMUEK 15, 1872.
PaMlMktlM SIM, Bssllrtlss IHM-sr
OittT on police ease yesterday.
AolMOMiAiaK and rough rlvor atthls
portal day jretrd.v'
Wobbm aro putting ft ilato roof on
th cnpoU or tbo Arab fire englno home
A. H. Irvin, who has been at Spring-d-d
for Uio last faw Jays, relumed yes
terdy. Tux 'Sun thinks tbo posl-offlco l
bout thr blocks too far up town. We
THBftiara elght'male prlsonora In Uio
calaboose t present. They wero all en
gaged on the sidewalks yesterday.
Tni construction train on the Cairo and
Vincennei Railroad rum from Mound
City to Gooie pond, within one tntlo of our
Ti! last thirty-six hour lint called into
requliltlon ll tbo old overcoat in the
city. If we ere not so penurious, and
bad the stamp', we would wear a bran
Ir you want to bear and see one of tbo
sweetest-toned plano in town cull at S. 1.
Wheeler's. St. Louis Hell Treble l'iano.
ll-U-lf. N. P. Cl'rtici, Agt.
KlNTUCKY LlHHAHY AfcSOCIATION. A
llmted number of Gift Concert tickets for
the Kentucky Library Association can be
obUined of W. . Rockwell & Co., on
Commercial arenuc. The salo will con
tinue until tbo 25th Init. 11-10-td
That Plank Road. Tbo authorities
ay that 40,000 feet of lumber has been
ordered, and the work of repairing the
Uree plank road will commence as toon as
Betvrvkd. Phil. Saup has returned
from Chicago, bis toys and fancy goods
for the holidays will arrive next week,
which will be the flnest and largest ever
brought to this city.
Mr. 0. B. Woodward certainly has the
most spacious and comfortably arranged
office connected with bis business establish
ment of any in this city. It would be
well for some of our merchants to follow
lUri.r.vt.v St'lT. Joseph Smith of this
city, who is the ownor of a fine Iron gray
mate, lost her some threo or four wooks
ago. Yesterday he found her In tlio pos
session of a Mound City gentlemen, who
refused to surrender the mare to Mr.
Smith, and claims that ho brought her up
from a colt. Mr. Smith had to resort to
tbo law In older to get possession of his
mare. A ult of replevin was Instituted,
and Monday next, tbo day set for trying
the case, will show to whom tho animal re
ally docs belong. Law certainly l a Mes-
A Good I'i.ax. For tho benefit of our
citizens who nro fond of Indulging In
delicacies, and wish to enjoy a lino dish
of sea fish or fresh oysters at a cheap and
reasonable price, cr.n procuro Ilia same at
Jack Winter's .stand on Commercial
avenue. .Mr. inter nas cuuett-u nn ar
rangement with a Haltlmoro house, who
ship him daily, kegs or good oystors, ami it
you wish an oyster dinnor or supper, at
home, you do not havo to purchaso a
wholo can, but can send round a bucket
and get good oysters by tho dozon, quart
or gallon. Just tho kind or an establish
ment needed in Cairo long ago
" TiisjJDicmons ok thic SitAimw," la Q'T'T
it. tin nr . ........ i... u........ Ol VI
i . vj ... . nullum ,i n,.. t muiikuoiu
D. Conway in the forthcoming Noveinbor
number or ' Scribnor's, In which ho gives
w'balmay bo called "The Natural Ills,
tory or the Devil."
AND READ! Our Homo Advortisora.
Our Homo Advertisers.
GOOD NEWS FOtt EVERYBODY
Cits' Katloual Haass BulIiUasj.
MkBpecial attention paid lo orders Irom sleatn
boats nlKht or ilav
A pluce where you can buy as much ror
as you can elsewhere ror
ONE DOLLAll AND A QUA11TER
Tho undorsigncd would reipcctfully In
form tbo public that tboy havo fitted their
now store house on Eighth street with tho
finest and best assorted stock of
gcnoral merchandise over bofore brought
to this tnarkot, and In ordor
to sccuro a large portion or tho patronage
BOAT BTOEBa j
O HO OKRIXB,
WINRfl AMD MHUUHSJ.
J". 0. SIMIITIHL
wnottsAts Attn strati. Ditota t at
I WINKS AND LIQU0RS I
"KOULAK CAIRO PABUCAII EVANS
The ra.1 and KI,,ipM,tB 8lMm,r
And proprietor or ne" and spcndld
No. "ft OHIO L.KVKE,
- - ILLINOIS,
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west 0r tho public,
..1 L i 1V--1
ui xuiiiii sireei, is iiiiuiuiuuiur- WK AliK DETERMINED TO SELL
mtr -boots and Shoes ot the ouu goods at lower
best material in the market A-v nmV wa
and is prepared to fill all lishment in the vicinity.
orders 011 the Shortest notice. Our stock is entirely now, and
He guarantees both the NVOrk boueht cxnrcsslv for the comln fall and
mem neeut-u in v,mru mug nu. - . . . , -
. , 7Z I and "terial; lllS patterns are winter trado or this locality, and consists
Mr.. Hemming a ,Bent of ci clr,j"'- of the latest styles, and his of Ladles, Gent, and Children's
was n our citv yesterday, billing tho city. , '
shop in the city. Confident
ot tlie excellence ot his work,
Wo aroasuredthat It is tho only circus
travelling that pcrformsallthey advcrtlso.
Ais show is ono show In ono tent, no out
side, but insido show. His array of tho Jie invites the pntrOIMge of
. i . . I.. 11.1...' . ... 1 D
COInlC Cienieni gaumik " the PUDHC
with him the most popular and favorlto
clowns in the profession. Wo know that i
for talent ho can surpass anything ever I
presented In our city to the public gaze 1 aild
Don't forget that on Saturday, Novombor
iou can buy six
one-half lbs. Durant's
BOOTS &c SHOES,
HATS & CAPS.
Ana an otner articles to be lound in a
first class dry goods and clothing establishment.
We call especial attention to our large
40 DStlta IN
Kioutu Stbikt, Bctwikn Wasuimotoa
AND UOUliBBCIAL AVKNUSS,
AdJolBlssB Hlucnhonae ssad Hasissy'a.
Kreo the tt or DmI. Pnrk. Mnltnn V..I
Lnib, SuKe, etc., nd are prepared lo titre
ciiu.ni ia lae most KceiuaDie iriaoner.
BuTcniH ami) Dkalih in all Kinds or
CORNEK N'lNETKNTII AND POFLAR ST.,
Huvs and shtlL-hters onlv the bet eatlln
nogs aim snecp, ana is prepurea lo nil hiij
Kccds constantly on hand the rhnlpi-iit nf
Wines and I.lquom, which he will sell at the
very lowest ugurcs. Lull ana examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
u" . r, e r t-v i . . ... , nogs anu snecp, ana is prepurea lo nil an?
10, at the corner of Eloventh and Cedar vAUiee OUgar lor KJnQ XJOl- assortment ot dress goous, snawis nna demand ror rreih mcata rromoue pound to
lliCVts iuu win uuu iiib uiiu vnavtav- IDS Xl OW VrlGftll3 I nit. ucjinituiuun it- wuttiivtv st
iKLnireiu.i. n.cMt.mu, . T-U- Ti H s details. Our stock of
to see a good show.
'MiRCHANTS, clerks, or any others who
wish to wear fine boots either calf, moroc
co, kid or patent leather of the very latest
style, go to Wm Eblor'i, on Twentieth
attest. 10 19tf.
Ouittid. Our reporter, in his report
of the Steamboatmen's convention, inad
vertently omitted to mention that on mo
tion or C'apt. Ualliday, Messrs. James
Johnson and Capt. Wm. Uambleton wero
invited to teals in the convention, as dele
gates. Firi. A report was in circulation last
veningthat there was a considerable fire
raging in the correll, in the upper part ot
the city. It was reported that tho grass
on the commons caught fire first, and from
that communicated to the negro shanties.
We were unable to ascertain tho particu
lars of the fire.
Wanted. The question of "Do you
know where 1 can find h bouse for rent1"
Is asked us no less than a dozm times a
day. "If you hear of ono let mo know.
That puts us in mind of the contemplated
movement talked of about ten days ago,
of forming a stock company for tho pur
pose of purchasing a whole block and
reeling thereon cottages. hat say you ?
tbo originators of that movement; why
ot put the ball in motion, and before
tbo building season is over ? Why not
have twenty-five cottages ready to bo ten
anted ' Double that number could be ten
anted in less than forty-eight hours, if
they wore only to be got.
M.Bcbns, proprietor of the .Mechanics'
boarding bouse, has been appointed agont
for the employment of men and tenms for
work on the Texas and Pacific railroad.
The fare has been reduced on wagons,
teams and men, to the works, and trans
portation can be obtained of him at the re
duced rates. He has plenty of stable room,
and good accommodations for man and
The Good Suow Comi.no. Tha best
circus travelling, and a great favorite
with the people of Cairo, is yet to come.
No noise precedes iu advent into our city,
but a great and welcome Xoyes comes wiib
it. Mr. Charles Noyes' Crescent City
Circus will be here on next Saturday and
will give an entertainment worthy tbe
patronage of all.
Or-tNio. Michael Coyne has fitted up
tbe old post office building in the most
magnificent style, and at a great expense
.with tbe intention of keeping a first-clasa
saloon. Ho expecti to keep on hand none
but tbe best of liquors and cigars. Tbe
saloon will tbe known as tbe "Crystal
Mr. Coyne will open with a good lunch
and music to-morrow morniag at 10
Ji'iT Keceiveh and fok .Sale Dy
Mratton & lilrd.
120 boxes northern cheese, choice.
26 boxes of London layer raisins.
10 boxes or London layer raisiti'
4 tierces choice S. C. hams, new.
10 barrels goldfii tjrup.
12J caddies Virginia tobacco.
-i boxes candy toys.
Zsnta currents, French prunes, Yar
mouth corn, and 20 barrels pure cider
vinegar from the country. 11.15 lit.
Cikcus. Charley Noyes' circus is on
its way South. Mr. Noyes, who Is aware
that there is a large number or our citi
xens who can appreciate u good circus, has
concluded, and telegrapbod us to that uf
rct,thaton bis way down the river, he
will pHcb bis largo pavillion here, Satur
day Nov. 10, &nd give an afternoon and
,Bu.B. venormance, In which he will
non w an mat may Kw0 him their patron
one, and hope he will bi n WtJ)i ,mtron.
lied as be ought to bo. Charley It a clover
uu popular showman.
. Ann Lj anu, Eighth street be
vxen commercial and Washington ave
:.;"7;r. " .e,.ttUrR" varied
t Ip.ular attenUrm i. t., lul Pr
Sutrar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Trime FLA?TNP3
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Steamer Hello of Pike, St. Louis
Jko Ilammitt, Rock quary
Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah
Steamer Belle of Pike, Memphis
" CD Church, .New Orleans
" Potomac, Memphis
" Warner, Now Orleans
" Idlewild, Memphis
" Shannon, New Orleans
" Kdinburg, New Orleans
" Lawrence, Memphis
" Crescent City, New Orleans
" Illinois, Columbus
Jim Fisk Jr., PaducaU
HOATB LEAVINO TO-DAY.
Tbe large and fine steamer Indiana will
eave to-day ror New Orleans and all way
andlngs. The elegant packot Joe Kinney
s tbe regular packet leaving at 6 o'clock
this evening ror Memphis, Vicksburgand
all way landings. The splendid Arkansas
Uelle is the packet leaving for Kvansville
and all way landings this evening at C
o'clock. The Anchor line packet ror St,
Louis, will leave this evening at C o'clock
The Jim Fisk is the packet ror Paducab
and way points leaving this evening at
CONDITION Of THE RIVERS.
Here the Ohio is on a steady decline at
the rato or six inchos every twenty-four
hours. Below hero there Is seven fedt in
tbe channel. To St. Louis there is only
five reel and very crooked. Special dis
patches to the Bulletin report the con
dition or the Ohio and Mississippi rivers
at various places.
JIUttlNESS AND WEATHER'
Ilusinesa on tbo levee was quite brisk
Tbe weather was clear, windy and tbo
coldest day or the season. Old winter Is
on bis way south.
The C. 11. Church cleared tot New Or
leans uith tbo barge Charley in tow, and
bad all tbe freight she could tako on the
water. All tbe undamaged freight or the
Belfast was shipped on her.
Tho Potomac and I.awrance bound for
Memphis, brought largo city consign
ments, and had u fair trip for bolow.
1 ho Warner with her barges Milton
and Lewis loft for tbe South with all tho
freight she wanted.
The Uolle of Piko added largely hero
and had a good trip for Memphis.
Tho Iko Ilammitt arrived from the
rock quarry near Capo Girardeau with
two barges of rocks for tbo levoo wall.
The Kddyville has had bur cabin raised
about fivo feet, and has been con-erted
Into a cotton boat, and will run In tho
Arkansas river and Now Orleans trado.
The Idlewild is making her initial trip
in tho Kvansvillo and Memphis trado.
She received considerable freight here
and lelt last evening with u good trip and
a lair list or people.
the Habbago left for St. Louis with
Capt. Lowery's new hull iu tow.
Tbe Crescent City got away yesterday
wim tiiroo freighted and one ruol banjo
The hull or tbo new Gatv No. 1. which
has been lyltit at Mack's boat yard at
--'" r a long time, will bo sold on
mimm lor the heuoflt of wJj0m u
ine Indiana received a lanre lot or .to,
Is the largest in tho city, and we are en
abled to offer special inducements to pur-
Seventy -five Cents per pound ; chasers.
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea, nt1' c,lhine. "d
Shoes. Hftt.1. Cnni. nd furnUhini? i?oodn
une uoiiar per pouna, ana ev- wo ,re ful)y !iri),ared t0 moet an de.
erything proportionately Cheap mands at prices derying competition. As
at WILEY & BIXBY'S. h u 10 tbo inlcre5t of ever on3 10 buy
524.,f wbero goods aro cheapest and best
wo cordially invite tho public
KKAL EMTATE AGBNV1
O. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second tloor) onio levik,
Hot and Sill Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Ami ptepara Conveyance of Klndr!
Also, keep coDitantljr on hand a mcil cum
pieie aioca ui
OOTCH AND IUIHI1 WUIBKI1
-(JIN H ,
Fort, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba W inc
O UMYTH A CO. sell eicliulf ol for cash.lo
L. in cn iui inn invne me erpociat men
tion ei cloto Mreain uuytrn.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
SCCCiMoa o rouLt iTocarura
Htiryer and Wliolraale Itftaler Its
ruiriD rhu uubimiiii
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ouio Lkvkk,
. .ISTLcavcn Cairo ror Paducab and Kvin
v every Thursday and Bund." eyS"
at 0 o'clock, connect ng at Evanavilla will!
tho Uulsvlile and Cincinnati n.oVi't. WJLb.
ircignt or passage apply to
UK(U'.l'An OAIHO. PADUCAH A EVANH
VILLE (SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET. 8
ino nno Passenger Packet
N'KOLKY RUDD .Vi?
xiW. H tan f,,r .1lucah and Kvana-
lie ct cry I uoday and Krlilay evening at ti
lXAlor frc,g,,t or ppv
Jamkh IIiooh. Paiweniter A't.
"Kl-Ui'J'l'i1?. A.NP. EVAN8VI1 XE
HUH-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The Hue low prcssuro lWcnger Packet
W. II. PENNINGTON Mast
, dPLeavea Cairo every Wednesday ami
Saturday oenlng atO o'clock, ror Padujih
and hvariMllle. For freight or paskOKe ap
ply on board or to
. .iAmkh IIiooh, Passenger Ag'l.
CAIRO AND PADUOAU
Tbe epleodld steamer
HK keep on hand connUmlr a full ilork c
Old Kentucky llourbon. Hie end Vnnonia
lela WhUklfi. Krencn Hrendire. Iloinu'i urn
RKInnd Cfnrnt Wln
EstablMieil, So ember Is, IsTi.
On the corner or 12th street and Washington
avenue, opposite Bulletin office
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 10 0811 and oxamlno our 8lock beforo pur
Our establishment is located on the cast
side or Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amsqn.
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits & Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-avc.,
And Dealer Id
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EGGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
r3T All Goods wananted fresh, and sole
at tne lowest pneee.
Corner 0th St. andCommerclalAve.
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 16712.
Tuition Irom 92 to 20 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will be spared to make It
to all concerned.
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher or Vocal, Organ and Piano Mulc.
J. M. RODENBAUG1I,
Teacher or Wird and String In-triiincnH.
NTOVEN. TINWABE, ETC,
WE GUARANTEE THAT
Who hat ever bad one of the
II . T. UEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gas Fitter's and Humtr'i meterial, Wood
pumj , glolMi and anale Talfus, stop
cocks, check Tiil?es,etc.
iLfto ioiit roa
Tafia Brothers Psttcsst Dry tu Mttsi
And lloreiiouse. Wells A Co'a Automatic Welti
Indicator and Supply valre for steam boilers.
WIMTIK'B BLOCK. COIIMmniAL-AVINU
DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ot every Description,
DECORATING AND GILDING
In even style. Plain and ornamental.
I'art cu ar attention nam to oiass imuina
Orders solicited ror Scenery. Krcscoe an2
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
ilaln and ornamental. All work I-
p In l'erry House, comer I
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TXNTB 8TKIIT,
Door. Bssstlt. Bllssda. Mealdlsssja,
EssveUsstters, (stood) Wlssdowsusd Ioar
sTrsusa, sTloosisssj, Latis,
MklsslM. Uluod drnab. dlaswd Mid
LUrsaU, saissswd Trsusoossast,
taals WolchU, Msaata Faille susd Corda
Bllssd rnalsslMra BooBsssx
relt, Boodstsj SJotaessI, Piulcrlssi
Faper, Carpet Tlt, White
Lead, Lissaod Oil, AsaeHesus Wltsdoss
OUss, Esssrllals suuirrcsscti
Plate Ulsuta, Putlj, U'aaler Potssta
ewer Plpee Psttvssl t'lilsssjseysii
AOENTH (or Rock KIM Peier Compuij
Bhealhintf Felt and Uusrlt Omont
a. W Joho'e improfwl Kooflcg alwsjt on
trusted to my care will be promptly at.
tenueu to. nuop in ferry
Commercial avenue and Eighth street,
tlouUr attention to ber hand.o
. l.:... i
luemui nun CUIldren's UIldnrvL.. . , , '"'B" ul ,l
.omathlng nw In thl. J?,"'' ytorday, and will leave hero with
ool.n d,awr. and l-ri. " , ,1' .
Isoaomethlngnewandthemoitoomto,. 1 , J f"k' fru,n ''aJuwh, brought
ttblsj thing for children in cold weather! V 'W, tri'''
vardTUMd. Mrs. Lane also hai a ": Ab(:)i tbo large steamboat lumljur
MlMUd Msortmcnt or haU, bonnets, rib-1 ot lb, i ,ufferlnB from 140 ttHck
wHtt, iowers, and notions or all sorts, all fire, and ly I'PW'haUla and Boston
at which will bo aold as chean as can h. W. tr lu ori de combat.
fcwd lMwbs)r In this market. yiui.athtu, ) 'T hU condition hn tha
lO-Mm I auaitv. 01 ,,r wMsj com
OKOCERIC8 BETAILEU AT WHOLE8ALI
I-KICEB rOK CAHU.
AT II. C. THIELECKE'S STORE.
WAHUIMOTON AVENUE. llETWEElf TENTH
AND ELEVENTH aTHEETS.
50 lbs. DRY Cuba Sugar for - - -$5 0
91 " i ... 1 00
til IDs. A cotlee sugar, Si. x. aiu. 1
4 " Prima Rio Coffee ror - - 1 01
3 " Cboico " " - - 1 OC
3 " Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods now ana run weignt given, uaii
MOST CHEERFULLY RECOM
MEND IT A-j THE MOST
THEY HAVE EVER USED.
ADAPTED TO ALL LOCALITIES
EVERY KIND OF FUEL.
EXCELSIOR MANUF'O COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDERSON,
Cairo. - -10-'i0dftwlw
A. II ALLEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin end Hollow Ware, Clothes Wrinaf re Tolle
Ware, Coal Hods, t Ire Hhovels, Air Okies.
ZINC. COPPER AND SHE El
Nt. 166 Washington-avenue
SSi HuuSag, OutUriujii and, all klads oflo
sIB donen etiorteel uuile. tebldtf
Liverpool Mew-Totk abd Fhlladrlphla
caosa cOHTaicr with miTio itatm aid isitisb
for CrrjiDj( tue Mails
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
IS Broadway, New. York, or to
Washington ATenue.- Cairo. boh, si
Notice Is hereby given that a meeting or
tue liirecuiri ui inu uuuu -n run;
Company will be held at the ollce ol the
(.ompuny, on.iionuuv, .ovuiiioi-r ibiii, 101.,
at 10 o'clock a. m. S. Staatu Tavi.oK,
UNITED .STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
Hv vlrturc ora writ of hale lulled out of
thu dUtriut court of the United Mate, ror
the Southern illntrlct or JlllnolH, 111 adinlrultv,
dated on the tlrnt day of November, A. D.
IMT'J, will be hold at public fale to the
i.t.. 1..... 1 1...-. 1.. .1.1..- r... ...1. ... .-..I...
infill PI HIMI licil IM-1UUI, iui i;npii, ul tuii u,
111 i-ald iIMrict.ou tlin.'iOth day of Noveinln-r,
A. D. Ih7a, at 10 o'clock n.m., the following
di.-M:ribed jiroperlty, to-wlt:
'J'hu i-ti-amlioat dlutgow, her lioatB, tackle,
uiiiiiircl and furniture.
The tunic haliiK been coudetiilii'il mill
ordered by the court to im sold.
EDWARD R. ROE.
U. S. Marshal.
.Siirlnjctleld, Hit-. ovciiihfrmii, lsT'J.
LIME I CEMENT I
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLlNO.
Commercial -av., Foot of Eleven th-Bt.
Rest quality or Lirnu and Cement al
ways on band, and ror salo at tho
very lowest daunts for rnsb.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Manufacturers sir and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the Hole rlirht In this city to ut-e tb
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, we are espe
cially (irepared to fnrriLih at all times, on
me snoneci notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUM11ER
Attention is called to our stock ol
Lumber delivered to any part ol the city
vruere receiveu at tue omcu 01
S AFFORD, MORRIS CANDEE,
at that of the company, corner of 3tth
.treeianu unio levee au'iuiim,
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable fann within Krveu iiiIIch o!
.Metronolls. on the Jouenboro Hoiid. couslst-
iiiK of i00 acres with 00 acres cleared ana
other ImjirovementH, now owned and form
erlv occiinlcd, by .1, T. Rennle,
TERMS. One.rburtli down balance In
one, two und three year notes Hecurcd by
mortcnire. with slxner cent, lntcrcht.
N. II. Tho timber Is good and has never
been culled and no timber will be permitted
to lie cut or tmcd, except wnat u necessary
lor the wear and tear of tho pluce, until alter
tlie second payment 11.1s necn inuue.
For lnlonnatlon apply to
J. T. HENNIE
0-8-tf Cairn. U
DANIEL LAM PERT,
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Kioimi St., Ht. Com. & Wash.,
Has Just opened a new and stylish estab
lishment, fuflv uii to the times, and Invites
old cllstoment anil new, ladles, children and
an, 10 luvor mm witu tneir patronage.
C3TAI1 work done In the Latest Style.
Corner Twenty-eoond street
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest market
price, Also a good article of
Very cheap. Leave orders at UALLIDAY
imoTHERS, or apply at the ull).
JOHN UATEM, Proprietor.
t0( Cnmmeroial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Callfc Cljiru reoelt.J,
BILLIARD saloon furnished wilh tbe best
of tables : and bar supplied with wines, llquort
and clirarn of thenest brand-.
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
COrcSmmerdalA"U WINTER'S BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
tj2sTTho best brands or Cigars, choice
Wlnei, Liquors, ate, always on baud tl
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o ever descrlptien,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest notice.
Commeroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-gbj.,
Dick rowLia, Captain
eaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
p.m. t or freight orpassage apply on boaru
.lAs. .MAi.umr, as; t.
OAIRt. AND MOUND CITY
'Will make three trips dallj,
!l.KAVINO CAino I LKAV'fl MotlNn riTr
At7 . a.m. At 8 JO a.m.
At 11 a.m I At 1U10, p.m.
At 4:30 . .p.m. At 0 .. n.ni.
rare each way, 3u cents; 10 tickets lor
I U). Will land, when hailed, at nr irnn.1
Intermediate landing for passengers 01
o o a
NEW LIVERY STABLE
11KTWMN WABU'N AVKNUE AMD WALKU1
Dr. B. K. rields Informs tne publlo that he has
L I V E R V STABLE,
on tba northwest side of Tenth street as name
His "tables will be famished with none bat the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may bo accommodated at all
hours or tbo day and night with safo teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of publlo patronsge
and will endeavor to merit It by lair dealing
i;ud strict utuntlou to business.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IOO Mile the Mtortl Hossta
ElajbtjrtHlles lt tsborleal Boat
TO ST. LOTJIJ
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FKO.M CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIKO TO
Cincinnati. i tlananolls. Toledo.
Detroit, ClftfUod, Nlecara Fells
liunmo, 1-iui-i.uiK, wuninaioa.
ilaltlmore, :rmisilelphla, Hew Iota,
Motion and all points east.
Ull LI. t 111. W.JI.m.
jnilWHiiftir, JRUFB.IIir, SSB'JIBUU.
LaCrosse. Ht. 1'eiil and all points north
This Is also the only direct route to
Dooalur, IlloomlnKton, Nprinjteld,
I'eorle, Uulncv, iteoaux,
llurlintrlnn. llock l.ljnd. La Balle.
Mendota. 1)1 son. Kreeport.
Utlena, Dubuque, Bioui City,
Elegant Drawing Room Sloeping Car
un all JNignt i rains.
IIlgK Checked 10 all Important points.
For ticked and Information, applr to I. C, ILK
depot t alro; on board tne transit steamar be
tweeu Columbus and Cairo, and at the prineipa
railroal ticket offlcee throughout the south.
W. P. JOHNSON, aen'l fass. AR't, Chica0.
A. Mitch ill, Gen'l. Hup'l. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and arter Monday, April 24th, 1872
trains will run ai follows :
TSillS OOIMO S0VTHSAST,
Leave Vlrs Inla :40 a. m I:U p.m. i
HprlnKflll : " s: "
Taylorvllle ...... 10 6 " i. t "
Arrive at Pane.- 11.40 ' .17 "
TailNS Q0IKO SOSIMWSKT.
I.csie Pans 4. (JO a. m 3.34 a. m.
Tatlorille 4.40 ' 4.4 "
Arrive at 8pringfleld...e. " e.oa
Leave Bpnnifleld M 0.10 "
Arrive at Virginia 8.5 " . " 1
T BAINS 0OIX0 SSVTRS1ST,
Leave Edgwood . a. m. - .10.10 p. r
" Klora.....M S. -0
Arrive at Hhawneet'n .S " '
FOR SALE, 1 For Bat. t FOR SAL,
fc-OR SALE. J rorBal I 'OR BALK.
Fare from Livbbpool,
Ifere from LoHDCNDIKRT
Fare from Glabqow, 11
Fare frcm Quikmitowv
TO CAIRO : : t M8 )
Belord, MornsTca , aeni