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A NEW IMPROVED
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rifle jftousu wrfrggress.
1 At TIcira. 1873.
4 Tbelllgbeit Order pi ".Medal" Awaidcd
1 UIV 1.IIJ1I11U11.
NO SIWINO MACHINE RECEIVED A
HIGHEti PRIZE.
A FEW flOOintF.ASON.S:
1. A sew Indention thoroughly tested
mil secured by Letters Patent.
. Make at rrnrKCT Lock Stitch, nllkc
OB both ildei, on all klndsol goods.
3. Bunt Light, Bmootb, Nolelcss, and
Rapid hest combination ot qualities.
4. Durable lluna tor yenrs without re
pair.
5. Will do all verities of WorV and Fancy
Stltohlof In a Superior manner.
0 Is most ealsly managed by tho opera-
iui uvugiu ui mica miy uc altered WUIIO
runain, ou raacnine can oetnrcauetl Willi
out passing thread through holer.
7' Dolgn Simple, Ingenious, I.'lcgaut,
forming the Hitch without the use of Cog
Wheel (Jean, Notary Cams or Lover Arms.
Has tho Automatic Drop Feed, which In
sure uniform length of stitch at any speed
Has our new Thread Controller, which al
low easy movement of needle-bar and
prevents Injury to thread.
8. Construction most careful and Fin
ished. It la manufactured by the most skill
ful an 1 experienced machanlci. at tho cele
brated HcMtNOTON Ansionv, iMON, N. Y.
Chicago OlUcc, 285 State Street.
82 4-20-Sm.
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY,
APRIL 2SIU AND 2l)tli.
MATINEE WEDNESDAY
AT 3 o'clock P. M.
Dan Morris & Howoitli's
HIBEHHIC A
on
TOUR THROUGH IRELAND.
Irish Comedy and Character Company,
jjiio songv unu nances, ll anu llllinor.
Admission 35, 60 and 7b cents.
- II. A. II. WILLIAMS.
78 I-2J-M. OcDur.il Agent.
ItjlHlCft
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Otm March si, Itand,
Of
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OAIHO
ovficuu :
A. B. 8 AFKORD. President ; "
8. H. TAYLOK, Vice-President;
H. HTCSLOX; aoowtary and Treasurer
BiaaoTOaai
fi K. Biacuit, obas. Oiuaua,
r. a. Btooururn, Paol 0. Bouva,
. H. OUSIIaiBAM, U. p. HALtlBAI,
J. H. l'uiLUra.
BtalM ol mm Ajuoant Keoel vedlroa
I2(TXBBBT paid on deposits al the rat ot ill
pcreeat. per annum, Maroh lttaod Beptam
karlat. latereatnot withdrawn la added Imrne-
i vaiBiia upwaras,
JfJly Jo t pnnolpal of tbe deposits, thereby
UABJUBD WOIfBV A. VI) OHXLDIIHM MAT
SirOSIT IIOKIT
0 B1T 0 Oil SUB OA lilt IT,
0?..TJ, laae day from a.ni. to S p.m.,
aad iaBrilT T"..fl tor HAVING DKHOBItt
eojy, from lo f o olook.
"W W. HTHLOP. Trewurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
41AIKO, ULIMOMl
CAPITAL,
100,000
Wl P. HALLIDAT. Prldent
amaar l. haludat, vioe-ivi-wiueai
A. H. mirroRO, Cashier
WALTKR HIHLOP, Allln CuMep
otascrcait
BtAlts Taruia, Roaaor H. Oi'Hiioaiai,
Hasrai L. Balusat, W. p. Hailicav,
Sao. D. Wtuuaaia, bnrnta Bins
A. 11. HAirouo.
Bekatsaga, Coin and UnitcHl mates
etaau Huuvbs nan Kotrt,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or (Uiuti.
tt. W. Miluu, Presldont.
J. M. Puiiure, Vice-PreHldent.
ClIAB. Ccjihimquam, Cashier.
OOLL1OTIONS PKOUITLY MADB.
i aat AllwtM n Timet Iptait
SPECIAL N0T10ES.
Hi
EIILERS,
Jsoot and shoe maker, Twentieth street be
tween Waahlneton avenue and Poplar
-vv,a j,ouou w uiauv uuuia anu liioea
1? tb", u,l', n(1 mon fashionable syles.
Ua wUl make them to order, old oruew
Jtyies to suit customers, out of the bjt .and
freshest stock, of which he slwayg ias a
tood supply on hand from wblch to make
elections, ai suim t i.r,n.u ..:. V ."0
'" &&$S ''r hi. ownXp
roreHfn flttlns; betnir Uktd t.v tiim
y.tunaeall,and bewmunv" you .auil
r aetloa.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAfiH
0 W" for young men rrora tbe ct
, rotat errors and abuses lneariy life. Man
VMd restored. Impediments to marrlate
raawved. Mew method or treatment. Ne w
and remarkable remedies. Hooks and dr.
, 51JMS seat free, jn sealed envelopes. Ad-
tS!5:JUw.uL.t!oclttl0D' wo.1 2 south
HM MTlBST a hlchrernitiit in tnr 1,1.
oaducl and proftiklonal tklll. U(ia dw3io ,
ifttc iuUiifut.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
wavii:i.
itiii n-tV.
omcbodv to tike from us n thousand lull
heads, good
paper aim iinciy printed, lor
NlntflHti. t,
Ono thousand MitomcnU pilnteil nt Till
llUi.i.KTi.N oillcu for S.'I.r).
Role If end.
One lhoiianil note bends printed at TlIK
lltU.i.ni.N olllcc for 1.00 ; tuolhausaiidlor
tHr.t.
Oiu thousand business card', lino llrlstol
board, printed at TllK Uuixr.Tl.N ofHeo tor
from $2.50 to $1.00, according to slc.
WEDNK3DAY, A1MIIL lit), 1874.
MISCELLANEOUS.
A rtw xiouk
taken nt tho St.
rites.
day boarders will bo
Cbnrlcs at tho reduced
92 4-20-lf
Sin Knkiiits. Tho Sir Knights of
Cairo aro preparing for their oicurslon to
Paducah on next Monday. They antici
pate having it good time.
KxcuiimoK Stkameu. Tho ferryboat
T. It. Selmcs will horunftcr bo nl llio sor
vico of pic-mc and excursion parties. Sho
la n good boat and woll suited to tho pur
poio. Soo notico in another column.
The Onto Uivkh. Tho high winds of
yosterday lashed tho Ohio terribly, and
tho w fives rolled high nil day. Tho do
cllno In tho rivor during tho twenty-four
hours onding last ovcnli.jj wis u llitlo
ovor four Inches.
No Trains. Owing to tho high water
on tho Missouri ido of tho Mississippi,
tho Cairo, Arkansas and Texas railroad
bavo suspondod their Accommodation
train botwoon Oreonilold's and Charles
ton. The train will be running nuain in
a few days.
For Stovks, Tlnware,toilQtwaro, stoam
cooking vessels, broilers, bird cages, lan
terns, gato springs, gate hinges, tablo and
p'jekot cutlory, fluting Irons. Also for
roofing, gutters and spouting, go to A.
llnlley's, 168 Washington avenue, near
Tonth slroot. Cli l-17-liii.
Skvv.iui, pleasant family rooms nt tho
St. Chnrlcs Hotol, fronting on tho Onto,
can bo obtained with hoard at ro.luccd
ratoi during tho summer months.
!J l-29.tr
This IUni.oit Conckiit. Tho first of
thosocond series of parlor roncorts by tho
Kpiscopal church was hold last evening nt
tho residonco or Dr. 0. W. Dunning, ud
was attended by a very largo number of
persons. Tho reading and tho mnslc, both
instrumental and vocal, was cxcollent
nnd highly appreciated by those present.
ToiiNT.n, Attkktion. Tho membors
of tho Cairo Turner Society aro requited
to meet at tholr ball this ovoning nt 8,-30
sharp, for the purposo of appointing com
mittees for tho plo-nlc on Sunday noxt.
By ordor or tho
COMMlTTKi: OP AUllANdEMK.NTH.
J5.l-20.lt.
Had S1nr.wAi.K8. Somohody wo,
don't know who, tends us tho rollowlng :
"Tho sidewalk is vory bad on Eighteenth
street botweon Commercial avonuo and
Poplar street, and there is danger of some
body gotting a log brokon." ''Somohody"
had hottor bo caroful when insaictr ovor
that sidewalk, and thon there will bo no
danger ot getting a leg brokon.
Tim M. ti O. 11. It. Wo learn that nl a
mooting of tho stockholders of tho Mobile
and Ohio road hold In Mobllo on do '-i'il,
ft now board of directors was oloctod, and
that Capt. W. P. Halliday of this city
is a mombor or tho now board. Tho
M. tz O. is tho oniy road now running
through toMobllo without interruption In
conioquonce of high wator.
Husinks.s. Judging from roports from
othor cities and towns round about Cairo,
tvu come 10 too conclusion mat our mer
chants, business mon nnd mechanics havo
no moro reason to grumble than othor
pooplo. They aro all .making a Jiving
and many of thorn aro making monoy,
and thnt is moro than tho businoss men
and mechanics of many other plncos aro
doing.
PznsoNAi.. Capt. W. P. Halliday,
who has been in Mobilo for eovoral
days, was oxpoctod to return homo this
morning.
A, P. Holy, assistant ongineer of tho
Illinois Central, was in town yostorday.
U W. Paimor, superintendent, and
K. P. Wilson, general agent of thu Cairo
andVinccnnos railroad, went north by
tno afternoon train yestorday.
ItEtEivEit Arroi.NTKi). Intelligence
was rocelvod In tho city last ovening an
nouncing tho fact that a rocciver lor tho
Cairo and incennes railroad had been
appomtod. It is known that thoro wns
stroni; opposition to tho appointment of
Dr. Casey to bo rocoivorj and it ig tUp.
posed that the prossuro brought to boar to
prevent his appolntmont was successful.
The City National bink of this city was
designated by the court ns tho placo whoro
tho funds ef tho company shall bo do
posited. Ahskiske'b NoTifK.-Notic u ll9ru,
given to all concerned that 1 bavu paid
off nnd discharged all j,t cUIm, pro.
sontod to mo against It. A. Cunningham,
and if no other claims aro prosonted bo
foro tho 30th day of May, 1874, 1 shall on
that day termlnato my connection with
his business as asslgnoo, and return to him
all astots in my hands belonging to him.
D. Mathuh!",
Assl-ncoof H. A. Cunningham.
April 23, 1874. 7!M-24.Ct
Ci.AKuii. m Namk.-Ai a nesting of
the stockholders of tho Iron Mountain,
Cairo, Arkansas and '!',. 1 -,., ,
A - nun viru nnu
Fulton railroads, hold in St. Louli r,
days sfo, tho above rosds wore consoll-
dated, nnd tho nattio changed to tho St.
Louis nnd Iron Mountain railroad, leav
ing Cairo out nltogothor. Col. Axle), of
tho lsto Cairo, Arkansas nnd Texas rail
road was in tlio uity yostorday, nnd Jtato 1
tbnt as soon as tho water goos down tho
work of putting in tho Inollno at lllrd's
Point would In rojumod and pushed to
complollon with nil otstble haste.
The At. O. H. J. Capt. Mann, assistant
suparinlondent of tho -Mlssisilppl Centrnl
railroad, was In tho city yesterday on
businoss connected with that road. 1 n tho
afternoon ho wont Rcross tho rivor to In
spect tho lucllno plain on tho Konlucky
sido, which wo understand is in a preca
rious condition nnd in danger of being
torn looso from its fastenings by tho high
water. Wo aro informed that tho IiIl'Ii
winds of yosterday lashod tho waves
against tho bank undor tho inclino so
much that it was found necessary to placo
a lot of piles along tho outsldo in order to
protect it.
Tin: HiintuNK A. Tho Athoneum was.
crowded last night lo witness the first per
formance of Morris ti Howorth's Hlber
nica. Tho panorama Is excellent, giving
ing perfect scones of tho moro notable
places in Ireland, many of which woro
raconl.d by por." una In tho audienco
last night. Tho exhibition, tho tinging,
dancing, all wrro good, and tho whole
combined is well worth tho prico of nd
mission, At three o'eloik this afternoon
a matinee will be given for tho accommo
dation of ladies and children who cannot
attend in tho ovening. Tho last perform
ance will tako placo tl.lt, owning, when
an almost entirely now programme will
boproiontud. Prices of udmlitlon to tho
matlnoe: children ten ccnW, adults
twonty-llvo cents.
FlHST-ct.Asts board at socoml-elass rales
at thu St. Charles Hotel. 'J2 l-'JO If
ATTENTION, Slit KNIGHTS.
John Antrim is agent for ono or tho
largest housos in tho Bast for Sir Knights'
uniforms', also Masonic, Odd-Fellows,
Knights of Pythias nnd all othor toclotlcs i
rogaliae, uniforms, military equipments,
police and dromon' , theatrical and band
supplies. Tlioso in uoed of goods in this
lino nro requested to call on Antrim and
socuro prlco list. Samples kept on hand.
n0.Vjn.2t
NOTICK.
Ofllco of tho
Caiiio a Sr. Louis Railroad Comi
I' AN Y
371. J
Caiiio, Illinois, April 2i, 18
A mooting of tho directors of this com
pany will bo hold on Monday, tho 4th day
of May next, 1871, at tho station house on
tho depot grounds or the company in tho
city of Murphysboro, Illinois, at ten
o'clock in tho morning of that day.
S. SrAATS Tayloh, President.
'J3.4-2'J.td.
8TKYMHOAT.
Picnic and excursion stcamor T. li.
Solmos. Tho lino, staunch stontnor T. It.
Sjlmcs, especially adaptod for Excursions,
can bo chartorcd lor short trips to any of
tho boautlful grovos noar tho city. Pic.
nio Partios.sociotio3, Sunday Schoals, etc.,
should apply nt onco. Spocial cra lakon
toprovent accidents, and tho vossol is fit
ted up with all modorn appliances for th
protection ol passcngors. For further
particulars njjply to Capt. Thos. Magulro,
St, Jamos hotel, cornor Kighth slroot, Ohio
loveo, or to J. IJ. (Irconllold, Oroenlleld's
Landing, Mo. Ui 1 2U.DI
AUCTION SaLK.
I will offer for saloon Thursday, April
30th 187-1, at OJ o'clock, nt tho residonco
ono door south of tho Catholic church on
Ninth strcot, botwoon Washington avo
nuo and Walnut stroot, largo assort
mon or housohold and kitchen furnlturo
consisting ot 2 Uureaus; 2 lied Stonds; 1
Sot Parlor Chairs; 1 Centre Table; J Mir
ror; 1 Carpot; I Dining Table; 1 Sot
Dining Chairs; 1 Cooking Stove; 1 llont
ing Stove, Knives and Forks, cooking
utonsilf; in ract. ovorything that is com
menly used in houio-kooping.
Tho nbovo goods are all llrst-class fur
nlturo, nnd aro as good as now, as tboy
havo not boon used moro than n couplo of
raonthB. Partios wishing any of tho
above goods will do woll to nttond tho
enlo as everything will bo sold to the
highest biddor. Da.nikl Ham man,
01 t-2'J-2t Auctioneer.
HARTMAN & CO.,
Aro welling Oont's half hoso nt C5 cents
por doon.
You can buy ljueenswarn and Cuttlerv
as cheap nt D. Hartman tc Co's,, ns in any
othor part of tho country.
A largo assortment of Ladies' Jaconet.
.waimooK and Victoria Lawns can bo
bought cheap at D. Hautma.v A- Co'h
"Whampoa silk plaids can bo had at 10
cents por yard at I) Haktman tc Co'h,
A largo nssortmont of Jlrown. Whlln
nnd Uunlsh tablo linon at
1, Haki'mam'm & C'o'e.
Tho besutock of llrown Linen and Cot-
tonades cut bo round at
I). Haktma.n A- Co's.
Twclvo yards blenched Domestic ono
yard wide, ror 51 at
D. Hautman tc Co's.
A largo stock or Lawns, corded and
plain Alpacns, corded Jaconet, nnd Por
call can be lound In boautlful styleB tit
D Ham-man tc Co's.,
COUNKil SIXTH bTilKKT AND
CO M MKU01A L AY K N U K.
air. M. Swander
her store room with
' Just filled
a lino stock rr
prlng millinery nnd all kinds of rancy
",m, "0l,"n ready.trlmmod
ball and bonnets surpass anything ever
lady, the bride and tho widow will l!d
among them Just what she wants n the
way of a hat or bonnet. Mrs. Swander
a. also bronchia beautiful nssoitmentof
lov,ers nna trimmings, sash ribbons, col
lars, undershoves, oto., oto. The ladles
re especially Invited to call and examine
KOOMH TO HUNT.
In Wilcox block, "Washington avenuo,
nl tho lowest figures. 10 J-s5-tf.
FOll SALK.
Second-hand clothing, watcher, Jewelry,
pistols, &.c, bought and sold. Also n lot
Urussols' carpet, furniture, i ts., ror snlo.
Opposlto Cairo and Vlnconnes railroad
depot. 188 2-27-in M. Col NK.
WILCOX.
Tkn pounds of brown eucnr for 1 ; 8
pounds best colloo sugar at $1, :i pounds
of cholco butter at $1; Imlcing powder I5e
per lb; Imperial tea nt $1; potatoos :I0
conts per peck ; 3 lbs colleo $l,at Wilcox's
Ulock. 107 2-Mm.
PIANO LESSONS.
Louis A. Hejgor dcslros to Inform tho
public that ho h now propnrod to glvo In-
etrurtions on thu piano. Anyone wishing
to socuro his sorvires wilt ploaeo apply at
dehleslnger a gallory, on Kighth street, or
nt P. (I. Schub's drug store. aO-1-2 1-Gt.
FOU SALK.
Two Haltories of two Hollers, each 21
fuot long, .'2 inch Dram, 2 11 inch Flues
with Ilro fronts. Mud nnd Steam drums
Safoty nnd Mud valves, Chimney and
tlritchin, nil comploto and in flret-class
Drdor'j boon lisod only three months. Po:
prlco, otc, inquire ot . T. Hk.v.nik,
fl-2il.tr. Vtiican Iron Work?.
UNION HAKliTtY.
Frank Kratkv desires that tho public
houid know that lie is propared to deliver
btoad of good quality and quantity, ror
little monoy, In any part or the city.
Ciivo him your orders, nnd then look out
for tho
Hi:i WAGON
by which hu v, ill deliver to tm the stall
of lire. 271-3.V0.lm
Iti!r recotved, a tine lot or extension
ladders, garden hoes, rukes, etc., etc., at
A llalley's. 601-17 1m.
Fl.oun. Fl.oim. Oood andchoico rair
ily Hour in OSlb sacks, convenient lor fam
ily use, for snlo in quantities to suit pur
chasers. Pktkh Cuiil,
80, Ohio Loveo.
Mlis. Kumiiolii Is jireparcd to llt.KACll
nnd i'm:ss hats and bonnets in the most
approvod style, and in a manner to give
entire satisfaction. Call nt her residonco
on Fifteenth street botweon Walnnt and
Cedar. 230 S-lD-tf
Sti-.i- nnd Kxlonsion Ladders, Hand
Screons, Itnldlos, Sieves, Shovols, Spados,
Forks, Hoes, Kake?, Wator Closet Urinals,
Kitchen and Cess Pool Sinks, Clothes
Itlngors, Clothes Hones, Clothes Llncsn
and, In fact, a lull assortment of kitchen
and Houfo furnishing goods at A. Hal
ley's, ICS Washington avenuo, near Tonth
stroot. 50 l-17-lm.
The harbor sbop is 01 bu cornor of
Kighth street nnd Commercial avonuo
wlioro J. Georgo Stionhoueo with his gen-
tlomanly assistants can bo round at nnv
hour or tho day or night, ro.tdv to eootho
your reelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with n good sham
poo. It ia 11 first-class shop, and you aro
suro or receiving first-class treatment,
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curlod
aftor tho most approved styles. 8-15-tr
Milli.ni:kv. Mrs. Hogarth A' Co. de
sire to call tho attention or tho ladios or
Cairo and vicinity to tholr display of mil
Unary and fancy goods. Having secure
thesorvicos of one of tho best trimmers
in tho "Wost, they feel confldont tint th
can suit tho most exacting taste. Dress
making dono in tho latest styles on short
notico. Pricoj reasonable. A call is ro
spoctlully solicited, No. 1 1 1 Commorcla'
avenuo, ono door south or tho popular
dry goods st3roof J. Ilurgor. 74-4-2 1-tf,
Win. Ehlors wishes to Inform tho pub
lic that ho has just received a largo stcck
of importod Fronch calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickol, or Cincin
natl, dlroct importors, nnd ho can thoro
Toro warrant all his work to bo of not only
iiiu uu.ifc loaiiuiaciuru, uui 01 tno vory
uost material. Any one who de.Mroa fin
Hoots, Shoes or Gaiters will ilnd It to
their mtorost to call on Mr. Khlors at hi
Bhop, 20th stroot, nnd oxamlno his stock
and styles bofore ordoring elsewhere.
203-:i-Mm
May Flowkr. For thobcU coal cook
stovo buy tho colobrnted Mav Fln.-nr
For tho best wood cook stovo buy tho old
rollablo Chartor Oak; ramous for giving
satisfaction evorywhero and boing especi
ally adapted to tho wants of ovcry houso
hold. I keop a largo variety or other
cooking stoves, which aro bought ror cash
and will bo sold choapor than tho chonp
est. ir you want n oup or good coll'eo
ror breakTast buy tho Planished Coffee
Iiiggin or Fronch coll'eo pot. A rull sup
ply or Urltnnla colleo and tea pots always
on uanu. won't forgot the plnco.
U.AV. HnMiK.nso.v,
70-4-21. 1m 100 Commercial nve., Cairo.
fanoo l'LY. N arm weather will soon
he horo. Now is the timo to guard against
fllos, gnats and mosquitoes. I will say to
tho public that I am making a epocialtv
or groon wlro cloth this soason and will
duplicate Chicago and St. Louis
prices. I also keep constantly on
hand a largo variotyor Hlrd
Cages, Mois llnskcts, Flour Stands.
Toilot Sets, Hath Tubs, nnd a ..
oral stock or Japanod, pluln and stamp-
ped tlnwnro, Itefrigorators, Wator Coolors
and Ooooh's 1XL lco Croam Froo.ors.
Also tho Odell improvod Stop Ladders,
wmcn win uo soia at bottom figures.
0. W. Henders
onuo, Uniro, iU, 77 1-21. lm
Tin: MoMiToit. For tho Monitor, tho
best coal Cook Stovo over made or tho
Fashion, tho champion wood Cook of tho
wen, go to a. Ilnlley's, 108 Waihingto
ivenuo, near Tenth street.
fiO l-17-lm
lAIUIIIHN.
J)ANli:i,
-a.mim:ht,
EASJ HON ABLE BARliER
AMI
I-I X H 33 3H, 338 8 E E
Klfchth Klreet, bet ween Wnchlinrton and
fiimiiicrelul Avenue,
( AIIIO.'If.l.lMUs
RIVER NEWS.
1'orl Mar,
AIUUVALH
and dnparturea tor tno 21 hour, ending at I)
t. in. last evening:
ARIIIVAI.H.
Stoamor F P (Iracoy, Columbus
" Nick Longworth, Now Orleans
" Arlington, Cincinnati,
" Jas. H. lllgloy, Louisville
" Fred Wilson, South
lUCPAUTKI.
Steamer Oracoy, Columbus
" Nick Longworth, Cincinnati
" Arlington, -Memphis
" das. H. Hlgloy, St. Louts
" Fred Wilson, Louisvlllo.
Tim;j!VKii.-It will bu gratifying to
know thnt tho Ohio has commenced its
downward tondoncy In enrnest. Tho do
cllno in the 21 hours ending litet evening
ws n llttlo moro than Tour Inchoj, and
should tho weather cjntlnuo aa nt present
Tor n day or two longer wo
may expect to see It receding nt tho rnlo
or ono loot par day. Telegrams from all
points , nbovo report tho decline vory
rapid, and wo soo no roa9on why It should
not do tho same hero.
Tho Mississippi hai fallen nearly two
feet .within tho past forly-oigl.it hours,
Thu hjttom li running out of tho Cum
borland ns fast rs it nan, nnd if tho rain
will only "givo in a roit" for a few days,
that stream will havo donnod Its old time
nppoaranco nnd be itself ngaln.
Thorniest) tried hard to get up a big
llooJ but tailed. Th'it stream U now fall
ing. Tho latust intelligence from tho soi'lh
Is ofa mon iliiliotrtonlng cntractor. Tno
water Is in many plvsus holier than it ws
in IS07, and thu cropi nro a total lot.
Tho Memphis Avalanche or tho 2i;th, ro
ports that ou thu provioiu ovening thu
water thero lacked only thirteen liiche
or being ns high as It win In 1807, nnd that
tho hoavy local rains and Holding W the
lower streams has cause! tho water
to nttain a depth greater than over bsfore
known below tho mouth of tho Arkansa.
From White rlvjr tho nowi conns that on
Saturday last J-tsksonport .was nbsut to
bo aubmorgoJ, tho water boins; up to the
bank tops nnd suvoritl Toot couiing down
rrorn abovo Hatosville and August i, and
tho lower country Is aaln throMoncd
with an overflow. Thoro soeim to bo no
change in.affilrs rurthor south, and nolh-
ing but a hoavy fall In tho Mississippi
can help tho stricken pooplo of that sec
tlon. So long as tho wator remains high
,so long will they sutler.
MtsCELLANKOl-.s. Tho Tho James IP
lligloy started for St. Louis witti a tow of
coal, but tho.high winds drove bur to tho
bank noar Birds point and sho last n'jout
ixliui" The Arlington did a fair
way businoss, but had a slim trip for
Momphss Tho Fred. Wilson had a
tow of ompty hargos for tho Ohio river.
Tho Nick Longworth had nlout
200 tone miscellaneous rroightror tho Oaio
rlvor At last accounts tho wrck
nnd cargo of tho Camilla were
scattorod nil ulong tho shore. Tho hull
is at Haloigh and badly brokon up. Tho
sibinjis lolgod on tho Kentucky shorot
botweon Hurbank's and Marshall's land
ing. Cansidorablo or her frolght has
been picked up by tho wroeko.-s and car
ried to Shawneetown. Mrs. Orako and
her children were passongers for Nash-villi-.
Mr. Drnko had S'.'.OOO worth of
furnituro and othor rroight on board, and
had $500 in her trunk. All woro lost.and
sho and her children bravely escaped with
their lives.
Tho St. L "uis Kapublican of tho 28th
lays:
Tho river hai ftillcri 8 Indies sinro our
last report, and now Hands 1C leet 1 inch
abovo low watermark, leaving a channel
under contro arch of 72 fuel 11 Inches, and
under tho sido span OB Toot 11 Inches. Tho
weather yesterday was as cuprlclous as a
maiden's heart, ono mlnuto tho sun
having control nnd tho noxt tho
clouds, with iprinklcs of sunshino and
rain alternately. Huslncss aboul tho
loveo was slow, shipments .Smith lull,,,..
oil' on nccount of tho flood ovor a country
which buys all its produco in St. Louis, j
Ihewntoris abatlnt? snmnwhat but. o
in oo long weary aaya bofore tho hot
tom Will Show itsoir and so Intn tW a mr,
plo heart-sick and discouragod will work
wun iiuio nopo, ir tboy work at all, aftor
llin .... 4 .... 1. 1 f . . l '
i.uu TCT,iirw oiiaii Jiavo IQU 1GIT OOIIIrlini!.
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS,
cucec-tir to Phillips and llriggs)
MILLINERY
ANT)
DJIESSMAKING.
Commercial Ate., bit., !h and inih;."3t.
' L2-ltn. CAIRO, ILLL.
HENRY
BREIHAN,
Mamifacfiirer of
Mineral Spring Water,
AND DLAI.KU IN
IIOTTLKU ALK AND UIDKH,
OHIO LKVKi:, lielwrrn 2dnnd Ith.StK.,
ii.-.tr CAIB01 iiiia.
Assignees Sale
OF
Oiicoiisivari', Cliiiin, (JliiSMvarc, Jtot l..
cnliiim mill YclliMV Warn, .Stoiiotviirtv
Cliiiin Onmiiu'iilsnnd Toys, Fancy
UtiuiN, PlaUMhvnrc, Tallin and
Pntliot Cutlery, I.niupo, Liiiiji
Clilnuicyx, LampTrlininiiig.s,
Looking (Masses, tie.
In fact even' kind of l-ikkU Ih,iiih-Iii.- in
Plr. I JhtM on..
QUEENS V All E
8TOBH
I'm' the ni'.M cisty ilnya 1 will oiler flic
abo e go i Is at ami below coM, t'oi'i-ai-h only.
The goods must bo Hold In chiio Iheeoueerii,
Cloo bmora aro especially Intilcd, elllii'i' to
oiiio mill M'o lor thcinscHes or send their
rdcrs in i'll!ie-cie Iguaianti'OMtl.f'acflon
ll. T. iiiiim tq,
A-slgneo of P.ir.on n.n , ,
i no, III., Apill K., In I,
MIHCKM.AWEOPPI.
R. SMYTH & CO.
wiioi.inau:
LIQUOR' DEALERS,
No. 110 Ohio l.ovt
CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
B. F. PARKER,
(Sticcovor In Pinker iV lllnke,)
Hi'llle.rlll
PAINTS & OILS,
VAKNIHMHS,
itiu.su i:s,
U'AliM'APKIt.
WINDOW OIA.S.S,
WINDOW S1IADIW,
And Hie eclcbiali ( llliniilli:iiiii'-
AURORA OIL.
Hrcaj llulldlng, 11th St. A; Comerclal Av,
CAIIIO, ILLS.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
-MILLS PAItKi:it,
Priipriclur.
Tenth Street, between Walnut and Wash
" lugton.
Having pureha-ed tho entire stork, htahle
llorse", llarriaircs, IIiikuIck, etc., ol I)r
rii-m. nun ncKicn frcvcr.il now "iiirnoiilv
Mr. P.tikcr now Invites all Ida frlt txlx. ol
nnu new, In w.antof Saddle llorvN, Ilnuhle
ir aingio uarriagcs, or unytlilng else In Id
line, to give lilni .trail. Ill I'.lm
C. H. WHEELER,
ni:i.i:i! t.v
WOOD AND GOAL
ori'K i: a n i YAitn.
10th St. let. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A largo wpply or Pittsburg and Dig
.Muddy coal constantly on band. Stovo
wood sawed to order. Orders for cual or
wood should be left at the ollico on Tenth
turret, lernta. nali on delivery.
roMmsmion mi:kciia.tm.
Wood Rittenhouse & Brotlier
FLOUR,
AMI ---
(iKNKU.u. Commission ,M mini ant,
L!!l Ohio Levee, Cairo.
t .AYBIta.
K. .1. AYSft
AYKRS ,t CO.,
PLO U R
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MEUUHANTS
No. 7H LnvxtOiuntUiKO. Ii.i.a.
It. A. TiioniH i i), Tlioms
T110AIH ,t HIkOTHEH,
HuceeimirH to 11. M.llulcn,
COMMISSION ftrKUCHANIS, IIIIOKEILS
AND DKALXHH I.M
Nloil i mt I'Hiiuy lirwcorlra,
foreign and Domcsttu
134 Commercial Avenue,
.UAIKO. - - ILLINOIS
III AT STSIIIIIS
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GltOOEIt,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer Id
BOAT STORES
No. 7 Ohio Lovcc, CAIIIO, ILLS
tSTSpcelal atfentinu ijlvon to coimlnn
nieiita and lillluu orders. 11-U tl
SAM WILSON,
ni:.M.i:i: in
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3Xo. HO Oliio Lovoo,
CAIRO ILLS.
THE NEW
AIILINGTON HOUSE
COilMKUOIAL AVKNUK,
lletwecn Sixth and Seventh Streets, Cairo
Illinois.
' T. 11. KLLIS. I'roiuielor.
Tho Now Arlington sionso is now open
lor the rnccntlnii .if ,-unNts. Tim Imuy.i 1
located 111 the heart ol tho btlsiiiei.it nortlnn
ol the city, and convenient to Htoamboa,
I indiums mid railroad depots, (Innd H.tinple
rooms for commercial agents Watch Kept
ilay and night lor boatn an, ii alus.
bS l-ai-tl.
FURNITURE
AT
LOW PKIOES.
I tnko plonsui'f in calling
tlio ftttontion of tho public to
my fesh ami full stock of
now nnd elegant Furnituro, at
my Furnituro and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Avo
nuo. My stock embraces
Uedste.'idrf, Wadrobcs, Bu
reaus,. Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this,
city, 1 propose offering better
goods at lower prices, and
have made a large redA3ti)n
in the iu'v.-c? of rdl my goods.
CM' i;,d examine my stock
And secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trade I oiler special induce
ments. Note the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wm. EICHHOFF
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
niturc anil Matrasses.
10.1-2-27-lui.
I'ur-
IISSOIl II1NIIKH,
1'ATKONIZK
HOME TRADE
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Corner Twelfth street and Washington Avt
J. C. HUELS,
(Late of St. Louis,)
PKOPIUKTOK
BOOK HINDER AND HLANK HOOK
MAN UKAOTUKKK
III.ANK HOOKS of ovcry description done
with ncatncnH and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done athbort notice, lilbles, Music.
Mairaxlnos and Periodicals bound neat and
at the lowest possible rates.
County work, Mich m Itecords, Docket
I'ee Hool, lllunks, etc.. made a pecialty.
Iloxen, Pocket Hooks, Knvolops, etc., made
to opler. U-U.
AMANDUS DERTHINGER,
FASHIONABLE
BOOT & SHOE
Mn xxxi to. o turo x.
treet, next door to llrMol A Stlllwtll,
Mb
Cairo, Xllsss.
Kino IlooW and Shoes .Made to order on
short notice, or the brut French and Ameri
can stork, and lit and satliractlon guaran
teed. Try him. UT 4-14-tr.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
rni:sn niijixi uoiidi
M I!S. M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swander,)
announces that sho has iut oneued a larv
assortment ot tha
NKWK3T,
MOST KAMHIONAIILB,
AND 11 AN 1)3011 K8T
Millinery tloods to be toiiiul in irni mirut
Slio will keep on hand
Hats, Donnkts, Fi.owkus, Hiuuomi,
Diikhs Tkimminoh or Aix Kind,
Laiiiks FnitKiMiiiNO Goods, Notiowb.
COLI.AHS. U.NDKIlHLKKVKH. ln?r
And all L'oods found In millfncrv ntnrcu l I
of which will bo dlspoxcd ot at tho lowest
Cllhli prices. Sirs. Jackson rnsnnpfnillv
asks a continuation of tho pataonage which
uui ui-uu no llliciunj OCHlBOWeil UpOU DQT bV
tlio ladles of Cairo aud tho viclnitr.
ir is zcroo? TUTJH
THAT
DR. HULTZ
IS DKAD.
UK IN NTIIX I.IVIHU ANU IB C'AIK
Uls ofllco and dispensary at
NO. 22 EIGHTH STREET,
Hot. Commercial and Wasmngton avenues
it Is true, tho doctor Is ono of tho oldest
physicians of tho placo, aud his diploma,
that hangs In his olllcc, shows that he baa
been UI years in the profession. He Is doing
a lurgcr ofllco practice than any othor phy
sician, troatlng all kinds of chronic diseases
ot thu human system, such as old ulcers, and
all dlseasos of tiie skin, humors and blood
poisons; also diseases of tho throat: also
all diseases ot the eyes of years Handing ;
also artificial eyes inserted j llitula curod
niiuuiiimu uo oi a Knuo; cancers cureu
by tho application of medicines; pimples ou
tho face removed; all urinary dlseaso
cured ; all forms of venereal and. private
diseases curod in tlio shortest tlmo ; somla
weakness and sclf-ubuso cured In a shor
tlmo.
it Is sclf-uvldont that a physician treating
cases ror twenty-two years acquires great
(.kill,
All consultations confldentlcal, In person
or by lottua.
medicines furnished at offlee In all
lo-'mr.l DH.UAvinHtriV
EIWBilj'-w,-.iMHll 1111 ,

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