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QSW3 07 TBS CITT,
Ot'B KOl.MllBOIT rOCKKT.
Snowball nd Iho curlier vnrltlies of
rose are in full bloom.
Use Endor'i Chill Curc-Mt never
Overt-oat, shawls, muir- and Afghan
hvo Wn tutted away fur tho season.
Drawer, and Undershirt, at a sacrifice,
at i NcrTi, No 79 Ohio Lovre.
Straw hat and linen coat are nitiltl-;
Bargains In Muck silk' t Cutmlng
Growing ecet'on I"'8"'1? nJ
Cairo rehlps more gotidi than any
point between Cincinnati and New Orleans.
A newupply ofCnlf Boots and Gaiters
Juit received a't P. Nell, 'o. Vi Ohio
Don't taVo down your stove until you
htvc further anuranco that It will not snow
Extra Inducement In white goodi, ho
ilery, glove, notions handkerchief", etc,
at Cunningham!, tf
The largest and finest organ In South
ern Illlnoii U that of the Flrt Prt-hylcrian
c'iirch of Cairo.
The number of children attending
the public chooli falli but little short of
Pitcbcr & Henry' large stool: of hard,
ware, cutlery, tool, stoves, tinware, etc.,
will be told without regard to cost.
It li reported, but not believed, that a
gentleman on Commercial avenue recently
borrowed n Hlble. If true, was the like
ever beard of?
Youth' boy' and Children' clothe, a
less than ew , York prlccx, will lo told
this week, nt If. Kefl", regardless of cost.
The farmer hcrenbout employ every
farorable moment at tho work of corn
planting. Tho wheat look iplendidly.
There It a dally hack running between
Greenfield' landing and Charleston. A
back 6n thli tide, nnd n hand ferry across
the Mississippi make "cloic connection."
Everybody use AVIrard Oil, acd liar
clay Hros. sell It cheap for cash. Put
ronlzo home Imtltiitioni. Ilur from tho
Soda, Seller, Ktttcngen and Mineral
water are the popular lieveraget Just now.
Saup, Schoenmeyer, llarclay ami AVhlt
taktr keep 'em.
It it denied that tho IncreaH-d demand
for Uologna tautagci bat anything to do
with tho contemplated raid upon the
Tho Continental l the only cook ttove
with sliding oven door. Warranted In
all respoct. Pitcher it Henry, nt lit!
Commercial avenue, cur. ll'th street.
A negro woman shoved a little white
jjlrl Into the ilpe-water, ywtcrday after
noon. Cauwi why: tlm white brut wouldn't
give her the sidewalk.
Heaver brand pure Mohairs, unra
quailed fur luitre, dye and flnUh, at Cun
ningham i. He alo hat tho eelrbrated
"Swiss alpacca" a new Importation, tf.
W. J Mllfnrd nay that be doesn't
brag, but that bithn one of the ltt culti
vated farm in the county and nt rich land
at "ever a crow flew over."
Cunningham W offering Inducement In
linen good,' which will be found to bo 'JO
percent. lest than In any other house in
the city. ' tf.
Tho tow-boat Odd Fellow 1 paying
her way haiidtoinely, performing in tho
moit latlifartory manner all towing,
lighting or Jobbing cntruited to her.
Tho person who kirrowed u copy of
Gray' Anatomy from Ir. Ward tier'
office Is rtiptct fully rtqutitid it return It
without unnrcosiary delay.
Tho muwpiltoos were u little tronhlesnmo
latt night; but not sufllcicntly to to modify
our sympathies for the peoplu ''below here."
They mutt suffer terribly.
It Ii not o generally known at It
ought to lw that Tnber Ilrotl.t r make to
order almost any jattcrn of jcwclery
'Cairo bear off tho palm for good
looking women." Thli remark wai made
by a bachelor friend of our, who added
"Hut, confound It, all of 'em are married.'
Wbat "horrid" tatto I
Tho St. Nlcholat Billiard Hall Ii one of
the largest and boat furulthttl in tho coun
try. It u the resort of both citizen nnd
trangeri who Indulge in billiard play
ing, - Jan6tf.
Cunningham offer no bites upon ttaple
goodt to attract trade, but will sell them
at prlcei that cannot bo Iryitimatrly umltr
told. Fair dealing and low price aro
" uependi upon for merest, tf.
Little old Jotfleld, tho celebrated dis
coverer or the mouth of Sinlthlaiid, and
who once upon a time-was grcatlv extu
parated becau.c, after whirling u fanning
mill fifteen mlnutti, ,w ua(fr tamt j, ow
exploring Cairo, Ho ha announced the
diicorery of tho court hou., B,,d, f j10
protracts hli itay, may find tho calaboose.
He Ii a remarkable ditcoverer,
Jutt received at P. Keff's, x0, 79i OMo
L,vee, tplendldlot of sprit,,. Caulmere
Coating and Vesting, which will be made
up U the mott faihlonable Mykn, and at
prlcet to tult the timet, a perfect Ut guar
untaed or no idle. tf
Tho organization of an antl.brute beat
ing aoclety Ii talKoU or. favor the for
, 1.1." i .1
thclrdumbanimal. Tho attempt of ono (
of llico biped to brain bis hone with the I
butt end of a loaded whip, becnuso the
Kor cxhaii'ted animal tautJn't draw ita '
load over a bud eroding on Commercial
nvenue, yeiterday, call for the Intervention
of Jii't luvh a society.
J. Geo. Stelnhoue, formerly of the St.
Charles Hotel, bat opened a barber shop
on the corner of Eighth ttreet and Com
merclal avenue, (Perry House) and with 1
skillful asltanU I prepared to execute all
biiflnet Incident to the profession In the
mo-t scientific manner, and to tho full sat-
lfactlon of his ciutomcrs. apl'JMlm
Cairo boys must be endowed with the !
nntureof a cork. Otherwise we certainly
hould be called upon to record n death
amonL- them bv drowning a Lnlf dozen i
time n week, any how. At any hour of
c - CJ'
. ft . f
the day, from ono to a dozen youngsters
may be rcen floundering around in the
sipe-water, with n recklessness n to con
sequence quite appalling.
P. S. Our cotcmpornnct nre respectfully
invited to avail themselves of tho oppor
tunity boro presented to say something
original alout amphibia, etc.
SITE TIIK NCmVs 01' IIISTOBT.
Vbcn, several year ago, wo announced
the death of Gen. Moses M. Ilawllngs, of
Mound City, and gave such facts concern
ing his life nnd timet as had been rnado
known to us, wo expressed the hope, that
some one familiar with the varied phazct
of hit life, and hit part In the early history
of Southern Illinois, would write hit biog
raphy. The hope expressed lias not been
realized; nnd at one by one tho contempo
rary residents of tho country past away,
the chances aro increased that a knowledge
of Gen. Hawllngs' Identity with Egypt,
and its enterprise and of his laWs and
experiences ns a pioneer, will pat Into
eternal forgetfulness. Beforo many years
elap'o all the resldcntt of a half century
ago will bo called to their account, and
with them will go a knowledge of early
times, which, If not soon obtained and re
corded, will lo Irretrievably lost. Mem
ory, with tho aged and Infirm, It not tho
storchouto In which our history should lie
lodged. Let It bo written ; If upon noth
ing morn durable, then In the column of
tlie country paper, unco mere, it win,
from time "to time, be reproduced, and thus
transmitted to future generation.
HAIKU OK HrttlXfl FAIIBICX.
Each succeeding month brings forth
something new in spring and tuinmor drcit
goods, the beauty of which would seem to
admit of no Improvement, yet In every
arrival wo co something new to admiro,
something prettier than over. Fabric for
1670 aro nlMiut the tame at thoto worn last
year, but nro neater nnd prettier. Piques,
martelllet, percales, chintz, figures and
stripes, japaneso poplins, etc., are eagerly
sought for and maku neat and economical
suits for spring wear. IL A. Cunningham
bat a full supply of t bet o goods and it telling
them 20 per cent choaper than last year.
Why Is U that hit ttoro it to popular
among thoto wishing drest goods? It it
liecame ho keeps the assortment and dis
poses of them nt prices which cannot provo
otherwIfO than satisfactory. Hit ttoro I
crowded every day and hi good eagerly
sought fur. For now nml desirable goods
go to Cunningham'. tf.
A llttlo loy who say his name It .Joel
Flake, and that his father's nuino It
pa and hi mother a namo "ma," was
found Inthestreel in tho upper portion of
thorltv, and kindly titken care of by Mr,
P. Itellly. Tho child hat no Idea as to tho
whereabouts of hi parents, and cannot
tell where thoy last resided or bow long
he hat bven separated from them. Ho it
quite voung not tnoru than fivo or tlx
years of age, and, of courso unite anxlou
to Ikj retored to his luireiitt. Person In
formed ns to tho whereabout of Mr. Flnko
willpb.-nso communicate tlico fact to him
und Ihut put him in u way to recover hi
A meeting of tlm citizens generally will
by held Intlio vacant ttoro room adjoining
tho (itllee of Col, Kunrden, In Winter
Mork, on Friday ovcnlng, May 13th, 1870,
fur the purposu of making arrangement
for decoratinir tho Koldier gruvci in
Mound City Cemetery.
All person who detlro to pay tributary
honor to our fallen horoetaro requested to
be present nt thlt meeting. t
Till! ATHKiMXIl WKBXKHDAY MUHT.
Thu Young Men't Dramatic association
will glvo an entertainment In tho Athe-
naum on Wednesday evening. I ho char
acterof tho entertainment U indicated in
their advertisement, which will bo found In
Tho young men doservo a full house,
Thoy liavo prepared a programme that
will scarcely fail to please, and are a strictly
home organization. Ihey Incurreu con
iderablo ex peine in giving benefits to tho
Orphan Asylum, and now that they pro-
jxj.oto relmbuno themselves, our citizens
should remember them. Head their an
nouncemcnt, und lay atlde fifty cents with
which, on cilnuadny evening, to buy
IIAIX TUl llSIIAt MUHT.
A bull will bo L'iven in Mr. Smith's
boarding house, corner of Leveo and
Thirty-fourth ttreet on Thursday night
tho l'.'th instant, to which tho public is
cordially invited. Thoro will bo good mu
sic. L'ood order and a cood time. Let all
who would enjoy a night of hnrmlctt re
creation bo present. Ut
A BI'J.TS l" CAilWTKSI CAW'KTfi 1 1 J
It. II. Cunningham hat added u carpet
department to hit establishment in which
heexhibltk all the new designs In Hrusiels,
1 !.. .11 ..l.,ll. .....a oln .ul.1,1, 1,u
-'tjiw,,, "II WIVtll, IUUIi nM.VM .v
DEAD BODIES AFLOAT.
TEltRIBtiB RBMlNDRItM OP TIIK
were informed by gentlemen from
Ooosc Island, to-day, that tho dead bodle
of three men and ohe woman lie lodged in
the drift In the Mlssittlppl river at Dog-
Tooth Bend, about eighteen mile above j
Cairo. One of the bodies It entirely naked,
nnd all of them fur advanced In the proce J
or Uecomposition. That they nre victims
' 'no Stonewall disaster, can tciircely be
doubted. Tho burneil and ..charred cloth-
mg, tho ilecomposeU state of tlm bodle,
nd other ftctt point unerringly to that
""" " m me iwoip Lear a
",u"m wou"". ,n" lou nvwonuy wm, u
k,,ifo - This I, no doubt, tho body of tlm
man who was stabbed by another while
clinging to a bale of hay a tragical oe
enrrenco alluded to by the Bl'I.lkti.v ii
day or two alter tho Stonewall dlaster.
Besides tbee farts, there nro others which
go to prove that the bodies are thtxo of the
Stonewall victims. About two weeks niro
the body cf n man was taken out of the
river at Commerce, llytho Initials on the
shirt studs It was recognized ns the lxidy
of ono of the Stonewall t pilots.
On Saturday last the body of n man
floated ashore at Gooto Island. Equlrc
Farrell organized n jury nnd held nil In
quest. Tho clothing found on the body
consisted of a gray wotlen undershirt, a
gray cassimcro ovcrshirt, black castlinero
pants, and a fine pair of sewed en If boot.
A patch had been Inserted In tho initep of
the right boot. In the pnntnloons pocket wn
found a lcachcr port-moiiio cni.tniiilng
tlx dollars. It wn thought that deceased
was about 35 yeart of age, hut the bloated
and decomposed condition of the body
rendered nil conjectures of this kind quite
uncertain. Thl, too, is no doubt another
victim of tho Stonewnll, given up by tho
waters of the Mississippi, which during a
period of fivo months served us its
tepulchcr. Will tho sad rcm!ndrs of
that awful disaster nerrr cen?
THE (lUKAT HI'IIIXJ lltiBKIlV.
In the spring of tho year, nuturo de
mands an assistant in driving out tho mor
blfio tiibstonco collected In thu blood,
which Is sure to generate bilious com
plaints mid derange the entire human sys
tem. The only remedy ndequately effec
tual In caset ot this character is Mishler's
Herb Bitters, which thoroughly purifies
tho blood, corrects all tho irregularities of
tho system, re-invigorates the general con
stitution, and produces perfect health and
good tpirits where now Is general debllit,
nervousness, etc. For nil dltcnsc nrising
from impurities of the blood, Mih1ur
Herb Bittern Is pronounced by the highest
medical authorities tho ino.t certain,
speedy, and agreeable remedy extant.
Thousands have tettcd its cfllcncy, and de
clare It It the greatest astitiant ot nature
in hor conflict with disease, that the light
of scienco has ever brought to our knowl
edge. Sold by all druggists and dealers.
Dr. 8. B. Hartmun & Co., Proprietors,
Lancaater, Pa. mOeodtWltw.
THE ST. MCHULAK HOTEL AXIS BEST It'll AST.
This popular and eligibly located house
of publlo entertainment is now fitted and
furnished throughout In good style; nnd,
under the management of Messrs. Wulker
& Sllston, is doing a lrgo and thriving
business. It it kept upon the European
plan tho guest calling for what ho want
and when he want it, whether In tho day
or night time, and paying only for what
ho order. Tho rooms nru Inrgu und clean,
furnished with tho best of beds nnd bed
ding, whllu all other features of tho es
tablishment aro arranged with an especial
eye to tho comfort und convenience of tho
KETi:CKT'Sl,ATEltT AMI IIEST.
Whatever emanates from thl old com
monwealth wu nro wont to 'look upon u
thu real "Simon pure" and genuine nrtl-
,elo of tho chit represented. In fact, wu
may say with cmphasl, that Kentucky is
not u healthy soil fur tho growth of hum
bugs. Thu best thing now ollercd to our
citizens from thl Stato is thu "Great Hen
derson Co, Prize Scheme," nnd wo believe
they will show their witdoui by invoking
freely In ticket. Bead tho Advertisement
found in iinothercolumnofourpapurcloM'.
ly, and Investigate thu whole thoroughly,
and learn how completely thu fact hear
out the statement. Tho Editor of this pa
per will tako pleasure in ordering tickets
for such of hi friends as may wMi it.
til. .NkliulH. Jlolt l, May V, ISTO.
J, Cotton, City; H. Harden, Ky, Cole
Bowen, City; O. Winston, Mound City;
Mr. M. Borcn nnd Daughter, City;
D. K. Coolbaugh, Chicago; J, Dean,
Charleston Mo; J. Davis, do; A. GrWby,
do; A. Andrew, City; M. Chey, New
Orb-mi ; It. J. Smith, Chicago; K. Dick
iiiion, III; Wm. L. Seurgont, Tenu; C. K.
Clark, do; A. Murphy, III; John Seymour,
Mo; Samuel, 8t. Clulr Now York City ;
Mrs. Davit und family, Texas; Peter Van
Austin, and Lady, Colorado.
xilmm:hv ami unit a onus.
Mr. Addiu Buck, between Ninth und
Tenth streets, bus Just returned to Cairo
with a beautiful atock of millincrv nnd
hair goods; all kinds of hair ornaments.
ribbons, nets, etc. Slio has the lateit t vie
of dress hat for ludies' and children' ea
tides. Framesof all shapes and color, mid
illusion of every shado. Her stock of artl
ficial flowers cannot bo surpassed In Cairo.
Mrs. Buck will drest hair in any desirable
stylo, having visltod the hair dreeing es
tablishment in tho Southern Hotel nnd of
Madamo Cambell, in St. Louis, with uueyo
to tho especial benefit of her customers in
Ono hundred half-barrel of Choice
Family Flour, suitable for tho trade, for
tale at the Egyptian Mill. uplUdtf
THEIIt NAMES, IiLMNESS
A DlltKCTOUY I'Oa P.tTltoaTH
THtf CMIItU .M.vttKirr.
THE IMIVOOOtl? TI1ADE, CONTINUE!).
Messrs. Hellhron ii Well nre not only
among our most liberal advertiser, but
tnko high rank among our successful and
enterprising dry goods merchant. Their
business house is on Commercial avenue,
near Ninth street, nnd will Ikj found filled
with ono of tho finest, freshet und mot
vnried nnd attractive assortment of dry
good, clothing, hosiery, notioiw, etc. to be
lound In tho city. Thev nru gentlemen
with whom it will v found u real plenture
to transact butiuess.
That large, Imposing three story brick
building out he corner of Eighth and Com
mercial is tho dry go..di huilx; of Klltcn
houe fc Hnmiv. Thev have maintained a
Sllimt ntfimwr .it,. li.inlltt,, t(.,pl,ii . I,,l 1
many years, and by an honorable course of
dealing nnd n correct knowledge of tLc
want of tho market have built up n'trade
scarcely second to that of any hou-o in
tho city. They keep on Immensu stouk,
nnd will be found very reliable gentle
men, and correct business men.
VIIO!.lI.K LtCJt OII Tit VliK.
AVilllum II. Miuttcr, No. 7o Ohio
Levee, is ono of the tiwt cxten!vo and
popular dealers in liquors, wiue, nle, to
bacco nnd cig-irs in tho State. Ho Imports
extensively, and keeps a constant lockout
for tho most popular brands of dotuestl.
manufacture, knowing 'neiU wh'n, li w
and wheio to buy to thu host advantage.
It Is generally Mllllcluiit for tho retail
dealer to say; "I bought my liquors from
Schutter, Such an insurance Is always
ncceptcd at n guarr.intco of the presence of.
the purctt und best brands to bo obtained.
II. Smyth V Co., Ohio Levee, aro popu
lar nnd extensive liquor dealer, and nro a
widely known us nnyhody in tho trade.
They always keep a large and vnried stock,
and have customers In till tho country
round-about Cairo, who think that the
house of .Smyth it Co. has n0 equal any
where. They n1sode.il largelv In tobacco,
cigars, imjtorlod and domestic wines, tnd
everything else that cun be found in llrtt
cluM liquor establishments in the larger
MUM ANl ML'DtCI.VrX
Mesir. lliirclay Ilros., No. 71, Ohio
Levee, nru nmong the most extentivu doal
en in drugs, medicines, paints, oils and
dye-stuffs, in the country. Thoy have it
very full huu, and deal extensively In all
the popular putent medicine fur which
thero Is a demand anywhere within tho
circuit of the Cairo trade. It will bo u
nutter of both plcniuro and profit with
them to dupllcutu St. Imii, Chicago or
Cincinnati Invoice. In fact wu have
heard thelrcustoinura protest that the cheap
ctl bill of drugs nnd medicines they ever
bought was purchased from llarclay 11 rot.
Tho retail trade I also carefully nnd satis
factorily supplied by thl hou.o tho com
pounder of prescriptions being ono of tho
mott learned ami experienced drtisgLtt
and apothecurlea of the country,
S. ). 1 1 ti imii, corner of Eighth and Com
mercial, kocju ono of the neatest and com
pletest drug stores to be f.mnd In Egypt,
and Is nl wuy present in mti-oii to servo
hit cutomcn. Ho devotet hit uttoiitluu
moru particularly to thu retail or local
trade, but l well prepared to fill ordnrs
from nbroad. Hu Is u aklllftil und experi
enced apothecary nnd chemist, and a very
obliging gentlumuii, eminently worthy of
Tlm drug store of II. T. Whittaker, Com
mercial avenue, between Sixth and
Seventh ttreet', it one of the oldett and
mott extensive In the country, It it Mlp
piled with everything legitimate to tho
trade a largi stock of iierfiimurii",
brushes, etc. nnd iiretldml ovur by thu
propiietur In peroii and Dr. Humphrey
tlits pioneer druggist of Cairo, who I
known irtid llkod by cvrrylwdy. At thit
establishment the citlxen Will llnd tlioeele
br.ited Sdler, Kit-engeii and Mlms Lick
water in thulr gruatwt iiuritv tiad and
T lt emilinlletl.)
Illl! lEIIl'MillV t.Ml TlllllVrVl
Ktiww yothat ut tho Egyiitiaii llresvery
Saloon, corner of Tenth street and Wuh
ingtoii uvuiiuo, cun bo found, in tlietr
greatest purity, Wuiat lioer, Seller, Kisen
gen nnd Sod.i Wnter, the real, genuine .
No. I l.nnr ll--r mid Wine-, Liquor.,
Cold or hot meals set to ordbr. "Como,
listen to thu mocking bird I"
riioTOMi ti'iisj riioToiiiai'iis!
Go to .1. O. Bagwell, Photographer,
corner Eighth ttreet, nnd Ohio Levee, for
pictures, Carte do VUites, etc. Having
mado nrmugemanu with omu of tliu best
artists of our largo citict, hu respectfully
solicit ordcrt for copying and enlarg
ing old pictures. Call ut his rooms and
see specimen? of work in that line,
up hit f
1. 1511' EXIM.IISIO.NS.
Will tho people, avoid theso dangers by
using n genuine article, which is perfectly
safe and hat tho reputation of being the
bot in use ? It is tho Aurora Oil. It
gives a brilliant light, nnd can bo had nt
P5 Ohio Leveo. Cull nnd get the cheapest
Oght in use. tf
Tomtit: nut jsi:t.
The comfortiiblo nnd well arranged Cot-
tago, on tlio curlier of Washington iivonuu
und Dlvltlon street, will bo rented to n
good tenant on reasonable tcrnii. Two
lots, good cistern, outhouses, nil complete.
Applyto T. )'CALLAHAN. m96t
ROUGH AND READY FIRE CO.
l.VHT.VLIiATIIJX Of OPI'ICMIS, I.TC.
Thero wns n very pleasant re-unlon of
the of tho Hough and Heady Fire company,
last night, which, but fur thu wuut of space,
wo nhould notlco nt length.
The oillecrs-elict, whose names wc pub
lished Inst week, were duly installed by F.
Hross, Esq. Thlt ceremony and the busi
ness of the evenlni' rnnelmli-il. thu com-
pany were Invited to tho hall I c ow, wheru !
tho, aforesaid o Ulcers hud irjv.diil a cold
collation, including wine, beer, etc., In
temjitlng abundance. During tho discus- ,
slon of thit repast sundry toutt were pro-
noilnced, nnd President lleerwart and .Mr,
Oborly called on for iceclie. Iloth gen
tlemen rcoiiilci briefly and to tho point,
President lleerwart submitting n
proposition that elicited tlie unqualified
assent of nearly everybody present. It
was tinderatood to be.- "Ilovs, let's tako a
Thu bids for tho erection of the com
pany's new engine house, reported by tho
building committee, were rejected, nnd tho
preparation of a new plan directed. Tho
samo building coinmittco was continued
and will In duu time, ndvertlo for now
Theeiijoyment of tho company wn In
terrupted by the clanging of flru bells.
The nlarm proved to be n false one; but
nt the night wn well ndvnnced, thu mem
bers Insteiu resuming tho festivities, re
paired to their several homes.
A f litis FIIIIM W.T. MOTT.
Csun, III., Mnyin.lsTO.
Mr.-sn, Kditoiis: A colored woman
by the name of Mrs, Williams it circula
ting the report that -ho gnvo mo tome
ir.oiey to count, nnd that 1 wrongfully de
tained a portion of It. Mrs. Williams
hande 1 me $05 SO, which, according to nn
agreement was to bo equally divided be
tween u, In consideration of Important
services I had rendered her. I satisfied
myself with f 35, and handed back to her
the balnncc of $'10 80. Thu money was
counted in her presence, and (hu daru riot
say that 1 wronged her out of onu cent.
Thit statement will bo indorsed by Mr
Jim Allen who is familiar with the whole
'S A special invocation of Cairo
?X chapter No. 71, It. A. M, will be
held thit (Tuesday) evening at 8 o'clock
for work in tho M. Ex. M., degni.
Hy order of M. E. H. P.
M. L. D CNN ING, ft-cy.
All puraont owning or harboring dogt
or tluts are hereby notified that thu taxct
duo upon them must bo paid on or before
thoflrtday in Juno 1&70. After that
time all dogt or tluts, upon which the
tne have not been paid, will bo slaughter
ed. Call upon thu citv Marshal, then aud
liquidate. Office in liross' building.
M. HAMUUICK. City Marshal,
A joeket diary with cash account and
memorandum. Owner's nainu written on
fly leaf. Tho finder will bu duly reward
ed by leaving It at tho book ttoro of II. A.
Tho PulaskiJ county negroet gathered
In Mound City on Satuitlay to tho num
ber of threo or four hundred notwlthttaiid
Ing thu prevailing ruin nnd mud. Col.
Lowe apoulwd laid grammar and hatu of
Democrats at as many nt had the fortitude
to stand such an infliction.
Coot., airy and splendidly ventilated
rooms, can bo had at tho S.iint Charles,
with board, during thu hot uuiinerincntht,
ut ftry lute pricei. Families can be nc
roiiuidattMl during tho abovo periial, with
our moat desirable rooms, at alargetltilurt
tun from rigular rates. dtf
Thu St. Nicholas Billiard Hall is one
of thu target and best furnlthed In the
country. It 1 tho retort of both citizens
and t ranger who indulge in billiard
Clothlnir for tho million ut 1'. Ned's No
70 Ohio levee. The K-st good in thu city
will bo found at thlt house. tf
I i s
Everything in thu boot and shoo lino for
gentlemen weurat Elliott, Haylhoru .V
Jt'T received at Mrs. C. McGeo", a line
astortincnt of Mimk.V und (.'iiiliiiiks's
hiior., of every stvlo nnd description,
Ji'hT Itr.oeiVKi). Tho Shtw Fly Elliot
und Don t Dodder Mo Hats and cups ut
1'. Nell's, y0. 70 Ohio Ivee.
llAIUIAINhl It.XItOAt.Vh I-A good Slllt of
elolhlng for tell dollars, at P. Nell",
BEST IN USE-Ender't Chill
.Men's Fino Stout Ilorgunt $1
Men t Huff Hal 1 50
Men's Calf Boots .1 CO
Women's Fino Lasting Pol. Rossctto
Women Fino Huff Hal 1 50
Women's Calf Pol. Hal 1 75
Women's Fino Lasting Gaiter f 1 00(5)2 00
Children's Shoes 25 (a, ) 25
U ooi I Call lloott lor two dollar nml
teventy.flvo cent only nt P. Nefl's, No.
70, Ohio Luv..e.
I'lltST OF THE SEASON
Kl-alngen, Suiter, nnd Jlluo Lick
Wnters, und nil tho other variety of
water from tho colebrated spring of Ger
many nnd America, on draft nnd for tale
hy tho gluts calloii or barrel nt tho drim
ttoro of H.T. Whltaker. No. 108 Commer
cial avenue, Cairo 111. apllStf
Pnlrolin, I'n'liiCAtii I nn Able. Cot !
Mllarey, . 'i Mary .nllir,.N O.
Ulr Nn I, ft I,nut It III,,., l.i
Vur lh Vn-kshurgt l.minortli, no
Annn 'illo, i In. Miigcnln, lo
Ilotk Itiaml, i.'ini li", iin
M lltjfv. I'H'lllmli
Mnrjf Miller, IW'eisti
II Ii Lee I.iiUi , is
Dan Alilr. (.'oliunli-is;
Korpjrtb, il Louis'
U"c-k lUnil iln
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Tho weather Is again cloudy, cold and
Tho r,V(r fll,u , ,lt
i . r,,ort
The MI-sMppl Is fulling slowlv nt St.
Thu Ohio Is rising nt Pittsburg with six
feut water in tho channel, and fulling ut
Louisvlllo with seven feet large in tho
chute over tho fulls.
Business nt our wharf vsns not very brisk
after tho departure of tho Thompson Dean
yesterday, but no lmats linvelnen arrived
bound for N. O.
VonrK nil Iln. nrFli1. Iitct lat retuirt
were for point north nnd east, and eonse- '
quently no freight could ! receltedTy
river fur reshlpmcttt south. I
The Belle of St. Unlit It tho regular I
packet for Memphis this evening, und the
Hullu Memphis for St. Louts, to-night at
Thu (Julckttep is the regular packet for
Eviinsvlllc this evening.
Tho Pnducah packets depart dally at 4
Q O.XTI X KXT.i Is 1 1 OTK I,.
S. 1VI. STITES
Ohio liCVfo. Corner Utli Si,
Wnlch Kept Iln) nnd Mu'ht for Hunts
und 'I'm ln.
How LoiM ..low lU'stonMl.
Jllst t'llUl-llM. " ' t. . UfiTi I. :''.
riints. A i.n iiir. ,,ti 11, naiurul tr f
nulwalrnrftpf --rn,it,irrlo- sir ! '" n . Wf
tiss, Inti.liiiii ,rs Km nt, fiml I"1 )
linpmlniirni t'.'Mtrr , e-nrll -' '
iiiiiiiit,-iii Kc Ii j -t. nn'l l its MrtiHl iir.'l
l't)"pij Inao in . f.uluig ( ii'ii t' 'it"i
nr , ky llol J. fii.t. -ll, ! I) . kuiln.r 'f Hie
"litifii lUmk, ' Mf,
", llitnn In I'liniitan U of fSnfTrrtrt."
Unit urxlrrsrail.ina plin rnflorf. lonnjrol
lrr, h,..i.. nn r"-i. r an cni-. ut
Is K iHini( ly t J t' Kin A
127 llonrrj, rn tnrt, I'utt llftlrf llui l"-l.
Alao tr. Culfrrwell a "MrnT ttn le." I'" '
'iles-nit ti irt hlin
OCULISTS .'.VH OPIK.'IAXS.
JTJASi: AXI CONFOIIT.
TIIK HLIJsMIXssHSiri'r.RI SS tMIJIIT
Tlirrr la nrlli nz tal'isWr us I'rrf' H i.', I
ni IVrfn't" uhirun ir y lr nM ar t by t -HKIIKKi
T M'KCTll 1.1 - Tln-ii llm. lyori'r-
iurluxsliii.'li it rkn'in.
Messrs. LAZAHL'S k MOUKIS,
OCULISTS AMD OPTICIANS
II AlCIISMtll. )..,
Maniifsctnrrra it th CrltlifistMl
in,(, oflrryrnrs nt Kirflrn", i:itiiinril,
iii Iln-sirrs lion of r. i.i iimfli nr), l-ni tni.
ml to firixlurntlulOMklltKlrriluiii, .
W'lucli hat I" li l l tilliuiiiimitnl i.tiafs'iion
loth ssftrara in Ma In II. IIImmI l-laril. nn
nmwilt, Hsiiiiitli re, Vriniinil, 3Uiu,Nrw
Viirk,.Nfw lersr), riin-i Itaiiiu. I )l,u. slicliiL-au,
Wixuutin, llllnnit, Mimirsiiia, KmiMi. Mi--oiin.
Iowa, an, I all tlm llritith I'msiiirrt, ilurinic lh
il ii'i'ii )rt. Tliote ili'bfulit l'ilwl"l
ISTovor Tire Iho Eye
Anila'l many yitrs stitliniu chane. Mrsra.
Katsiua A ,M'rnt hat riminl
H ATCHMAKCV inVKLUHS A XI)
llralrrs in m) IcIikU nf
Anipriraii und Fist flun Wuttlifx,
Klni Jcttrlry. Hmmnn i. Soliil Hiltrr, l'lii
Ware; also laiiiifa tun it jf Jmdry anl lu-
o. S3 Oliio iLeveo
Hoi" Asuils f'ir nrs jilarc, trni Milv run
llity I- ul.lHiii.'.l. .Nil I'KM'l.l.lt KMI'I.UVni.
I, AZ A ltl'S A: MOUKIS,
JUnufvtunnis i'il it.ii-, HurllorJ, Conn,
in s t
jy KW 1'OIV ItO.iT.
Tlits yi-yr Tow nml Job limit
If. If. COULTER, .Vaster,
I prrpnrcil at ail I'liir to iln rll k iuls ot I' W
Ini; uml jol'liing nn II, e moat riutnii.tulo trruis.
lis'is'l'iniirifra ut Cairo, Illinois.
Ri:(.i!L.iu 'Aiiu v i:st
' pojtx wi:i:ki.v imcki:t
Lwit Cairo nrcry
maliintoloscronnpclion vslih Irani a
IN II AT
a ITII TPSIS coa
Particular avilatttliiu 1st way butlttrat.
n i a r it
a m Mir.
Mi I WM
CAIRO TRANSFER CO
THROUGH BILLS DOING
Chen to ull Alilllillilf Point.
BY RAIL OR BY WAJER
St." Louis .Cairo & New
Orleans Packet to,
UlS.HAItflC . . , ....
iit-: s in
I TIIO.Sl'-.ll. l)K,.
Ills i III
'). i i.t i.
1 c,(iiiiiriun il ill noti .mi larii'st tsts ou ol
M. I. OH .
It 4 iri.l N V. IT A 14 lllll.l.
r " j w oiii ins
i or ft II HUM i.sr nc 'in.
I lltl- lltf at Oflrtlia IS llll lAttill l.lDnun
Mrall t-ft ,
l.lvrriol, .tv Vorfc. Ilnaton, and Cial
s r Inn, Trias,
Pasfner sn I Si, t,,f r tu tf) mi nn i'l thft
li.'. iihssiik lisiro tiuni iiiaJts u al,.
IIUS, T IIIMiK.
(inirral Awnt, I r,
ICir. nn V.'liaffNial. I'nMir lsfullnt.
Memphis and bt. Louis
, nc III a'a injr.r Hits Lioaan-l oil
run m Ui i
A'rr irtlta ro, smx-al Calto,
I ULLr. T I 'HI Tufflar, V"
-'turitsr I rn
1 l- . tr tMwr,
J CITT nt I AIM", Ti.utaJj-i m
I MaJ li. Mann .
CtLLr. uiarni -:ui'l4, lp.n i .niirt., 1 .m
I Cftfct. aur.
i Vicksburg Packels.
A'l ,1" s Lallu
I -I as I airss
I ITT. W . .I.j.I-.ii, KtoJ-r, I
(til OK jtl.'l J.
Ill Illi i -X
-m i ) I m.
uii'Uy. t I.
n rurflsy, I ,m.
.1 I, I lit
1 1 ii
C'liu-vi unaiHi l'U.- ili
,urllirril l.lnr I'mkO C'iililiali) ,
K rill. Ilk I'ni'krl Cum ia ll ,
Ullialia I'ai Url I v.iliall't
am Va-lnlla ttalliunit l.lllra
At Ii,.'i. .
;iriiiiltlt ami Willis- Ills rr I'arltn Co.,
Arlsantaa llltrr laiHrt s.f,n,,aii'v
SI. iiiiiIiI anil i:trl slim IC. II
n t Jll-..l..liiiii A. 'I amtraitr It.
At a-' ' s ii
i mi Itlvrr I'ti'liilt, an I
Vli kalilil k' anil iln lillali Kalllna.l
ljmn'ln' ..'I i ii-la i i i-i i ! w .1 yti'
,M l (. ft' r -r
I JH- T HIM I- '.-it. Atrnl
H "ii H nar-lt '!,
ti 'I. i I 1: T .',ii . , . fr,
Nashville and Cairo
, Coii'ittitig ol the tollow nr
-. '- tpli'iidid pasn-ngrr stcaniprst
.. . iikni i , ... i ii-rs
l.ttl) .11 ti ml it - ill I I'. .SI.
I.s nt i
I.riiti t I'.vir; Tliiirasla' nl I I". .'t.
1A H JlaatST I f r
l.rans I.s rrj Suliirslr)' Ml -1 I1. 31.
Thronirli Hills l.adhl Oh i n Yin. Nash,
tlllc und (iilro I'mlats nml
To .nslitlllr, 4 linliniiiita, Trnn.) A t
laiili., I liimtiiia, ((Mils', Maroli, I I.
(Hlni'-i tVi-.l I'lillil, lai'iiiurlutrn, Mil
Ititutlilt Call.! I'. II III II U, Ala.; .Hlll.l.
KiMiir.)', Alii i liarli'oliin, S. l Nrlma,
.tin., Nntminli, l.'H.i WiliiilnKloo, I'.t
til ii its Ii I s , ,S. .. Ii.s
('HAS. T. IIIMIK,
Arfcnl ut Cairo.
Memphis and Cincinnati
nK.MtV H..ShH. I'rc I. HAM J. IIAI.K. 8rf'y.
r,iy ('inlril nf llm fiillnwmK ltrt
, ZVlr)fiit rliiaf ali-aimrs.
A I. It'll lti:A.V John funk, Mastrr
IKt Iff lll'll.VS Frank Mia "
ii.v.m:hi. t w li. MiIht "
Ml, i:il .TisiO Iini .M. Mi-rrirlm 11
Nt.il J. Il.tl.l W I". W'aiarr "
llnrol ih av tinnnliil atramiTa Ifarr Cairn
tit Mi'imiliia yri'iy Tufsilay auil r'aiiinlny, and
fur t'lueimiHll rtrry Frlilay ami halunUy.
til AH. T. IIIMiK. AKrill, I airu. III.
tiiHi'i' n Wlmff.liaat,
Lvansville and Cairo
,fr2d!!a. t'ontlttlng ol tho loilpw
5tfrt-'?'l't',1ll(l l'liMongor Stcn
Ma.rr W rUU'1,1
ii'laj aii'l ThuraiUy
rOWI.KR Ma.trri W l-UWI.KH..
t.Dtvra Cairo bunila) nu t ThurmUy at a u
Manor i l'K.N.MNf
ii Tuc.iJa) auil f nuuy
fjnAMMEJt Ma.lir 1 1'K.N.MNflTON.. ( Ifrk
I.fuvrs Cairn Tuc.iJa) huh f nuuy at ft p. Ill,
nnXTIIII Mnsli r r ,r..N.NfiTil.s,...f lork
Lratrt Cairo U'i'ili nuKjannilMi'iiriliijs at 5 ,,m,
Ciinvi'tiUK nl Fill uli ts is li 'Irmraarr river
iiAokt'la, at Mnillilmm w Ih ,S'iiIimiI rt f i, at
Kviiii'i illo ultli iln' r- j ii ur m ki l I r .oiIv'IIh
' wlnaati, anittlii P ." . " fr rll oiiita