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O.N. June, the Owtul Scrilm of tlio
Son.ofTompornnco of IHtnoU, ml Mr
M. H. Pogson.of KngJnnd, will Wm tho
temperance orgnntatlon nnrl AonnB
Min. Curlstl.n .Wocl-llon, of tins city,
.on the subject of tempcroncc-tl.o first
loct.ireto' lotlcllrcrod In the Athoncu.n
on aounlay evening, tho I Mi Inst., and
the second lecture In tho M. K. Church, on
Sunday, wiling the U.tli lnt. Kvery
Wylilnrltcd. Scats free.
Jlr. Jones Is well known ns ono of tho
best tempcrnncolojturrnof llllnoU. I'er
. iiuiii who have liemid Mr. 'ogon pro
w 'nounc lilm tho equal of the renowned
John H. (Joiigli a most eloquent, ull'ectlve
and stirring orutor, who perfectly onthu'os
every community ho ntlilrctses. Mr. P.
recoiitly delivered u lecture in Carliondale,
nnd the citizens of thnt town declare that
ho hs no nupurior. They wcro delighted,
nd commend him In the warmet nnd
most cnthuslntlo terms to the people of
Cairo A flrst-clnss looturcrs raroly visit
our city, it may renonably bo expected
that Mr. 1. will call out an overflowing
house. Ilemctnbcr tho time and places,
THE fill L'lT KlVnNO UKUKDY.
In the spring of tho year, nature de
mands n nsilstnnt in driving out tho mor
bific, lubstanco collected in tho blood,
which Is suro to genurato bilious com
plnlnti nnd dcrango tho cntlro human sys
tem. Tho ynly remedy adequately effec
tual In cases ol this character is Jllshlor's
Herb Hitters, which thoroughly purifies
tho blood, corrects nil tho irrcgulnritle of
the system, rc-invlgorate tlio general con
stitution, and produce perfect health nnd
good spirits where now is gcnoral debility,
nervousness, etc. For nil diseases arising
from impurities of tho blood, Mlshlor'a
Herb Hitters Is pronounced by tho highest
medical authorities tho most certain,
speedy, nnd agreeable remedy extant.
Thousand hnvo tested itsefllcaey, nnd do
clttre it Is the greatest assistant ol natura
inher conlllcl with dlease, thnt tho light
of science has over brought to our knowl
edge. Sold by nil druggists nnd dealers.
Dr. H. II. Ilartninn Co., Proprietors,
LnncnMnr, Pa. mCco'UwItw.
Illinois Central IUilros.1 Onitunr, I
C-urn, May ft, lt-70.
All persons wishing to attend tho "lay
ing of tho corner stone" of tho Normal
University at Carbondalo, on May 171b,
will please tnko notice thnt excursion
tickets will bo furnished t.t $3 25 for tho
round trip. Sale of ticket wlllcommcnco
for the evening train of May 10th, nnd dis
continue on departure of tho special
train on tho morning of May J 7th.
Tickets will be good until Mny,lbtlilnclu
rluslvo. 1 would suggest thnt In order to
facllltato the moving of the special train
promptly, that ns many as can do to, pur
chase their ticket nt tho otllco on tho
evening of thu ICtli. The train will lenvo
passenger depot nt 7 iSOn.m. dtt
JAMKS JOHNSON, Agent.
THE KXCI'IIMOX TO (MltlKI.MIAI.i:. j
Persons who propu.e to participate In
tho ('.rnvr-tona('eri'iiioiiient Corboudnle,
on Tuesday next, should olxcrvo tho ro
uect of Mr. Johnson, superintendent of
tho I. C. It. It., which is mailt) public in
another pluco In this paper. Tho low rntu
of fare, and thu tempting programme, pre
tented by tho Carbontlaliuns will bo npt to
drnw out tho largest crowd of people that
ever nM-mbled in Southern Illinois, out
side, of Cairo, on any occasion.
There will l-o u "(irnndo DttiimSoolalu"
In tho City Hall, on thu evening of tho
17th. "Wo ucknowlcdgo tho courtesy of an
invitation, and shnll probably look in upon
tho happy throng u little curious po-l-bly,
to we l,how they do it" In Carbon
dalo. - mm ..I m -m -
jw.i.immiv ami ii tin (inniN.
Mrs. Addlo Jiuek, between Ninth and
Tenth streets, has just returned to Culro
with it beautiful stock of millinery niul
hair goods; all kinds of hair ornament,
ribbons, nets, etc. Shu has tho latent stylo
of dress hats for ladies' und children's sen
tides. j-Vumeiofull aliapcs and colore, nnd
Illusion of uvery simile. HcrMock of artl
ficlnl flower ninnot Ixt turpned in Cairo.
Mr, Jiuek will dress hnlr In any desirnblo
style, huvlng visited tho hair dressing es
tablishment in tho Southern Hotel and of
l udumo Cambell, in St. J.ouis, w'.th uu uyu
to thoesjieclal benefit of her customers in
M. NHioUs Hotel, U) 1 1 , t 'JT.
Geo. Maung, City ; Fred Jlaker, do ; Abo
Iluker, do; JsimcKtuplivns, III; J. L. Dean,
ltallard Co. Ky;0. 1). Stakn, do; O.J.
Whiter, do; J. It. .Scott, Uo; l). .1. Jlooor
wn, do; A.S. Tnylor, do; It. Loury, do;
h. Purleg, I'aduculi: Hon, Hell, Canton:
J. II. Cook; It. Vnrmer, Mo; J. -W.
McCrlght, Kvansvillo Ind; 31. C. Campbel
MrWn Illi John Ji.Gulludge,do; H. M.
U&iengtr.do; M. Fltts, FrankllCo. Ill;
W. C'slklns, Qiiincy 111; J. V. Hoek,
Chicago Hi. Louis "Wild, Kt. Louis
City 0Urk Te""' 1""10 Co(,lier
Aft v r"iIvi
, , er "l-mdituro of enough of
wto unaatriUW on a ,)0,ttr lxpt..
" ' Tva dtlon, the people
1 UuS,0 to Illlnol.
.mll,ni', ". . -""fe, lurm anot ier,
r.,i. t b,nn, railroad center of
' . V' UtO' KndeKt Chill
Our "It imvor
TIIEIK NAMES, HUSIXESS AS M-CATION.
A niHKCTOHY FOIL TIIK PATllOJIH
OF THE IIUIiliETI.
TIIR HOOT AND 8110K TRADK.
Messrs. Klllott, Haythorn & Co, 140
Commercial avenuo, nro among tho most
cxteudvo dealers in boots and shoes in tho
State. They onjoy special and most ad
vantageous arrangements with tho largest
Eastern nnd Western manufacturing es
tablishments, and would grow rich a
Cra'Siis if permitted to duplicato Cincin
nati, Chicago nnd St. Louis invoices. Tho
stock maintained by them Is large, varied
and alwuyi equal to both tho wholesale nnd
retail demand. Messrs. K., II. & Co. will
be found very prompt and obliging busl
ness men, and all rotall dealers in goods
in their line, would uavo both time and
money by procuring their supplies in
William Klilora, on Twentieth street,
nearly opposite tho court house, maintains
a llrst-cluss reputation as a fashionable
boot nnd shoemaker, nnd is bcxldcs, ono of
the most rvltablonnd accommodating gen
tleman in thnt lino of business. Ho gives
his matrons "fits," but they nro so well
pWscd with them that they always come
back for more. He has a splondid stock of
domestic and imported leathers for tho
Spring trado, and Is prepared to torve cus
tomers with dispatch always guaran
teeing perfect satisfaction.
HEAL KBTATK AOENctlCM.
Tho real estate agency of C. Winston A
Co., who are successors of J. Q. Harman &
Co., is known ororywhero within tho range
of our circulation, as one of tho leading
firms of tho kind of tho Northwest. At
great outlay of labor and money Messrs.
W. & Co., provided an abstract of tho titlo
of ovory pleco or parcol of land, city or
town lot In Alexander county. They hnvo
also' fumlliurizcd thomsolvcs with tho
character, location and valuo of all tho
property of tho adjoining counties, and
possess, thoroforo, ndvantagos peculiar to
thomsolvcs, and such ns onablo them to
serve purchasors or sellers of real, estate.
tax-payers and others, most acceptably
nnd satisfactorily. Hcsldes this Messrs. W.
& Co., nro careful and rosponslblo business
men, nnd in every way worthy of public
contldcnco and patronage
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Messrs. Tabor Hrot. 83 Ohio Levee1
deal oxtonsivoly in watchos and jewelry,
silver and plated waro, clocks, spectacles,
etc. Tholr stock, at all times full, is worthy
tho special attention of persons wishing to
buy unything in their line. Messrs, T.&
Itros. employ the most skillful nnd expe
rienced silversmiths, and aro prepared to
manufacture any kind of Jowolry to order.
Just at this time they aro presenting extra
ordinary attractions in tho extent, richness
and variety of tholr stock. Clever, cour
teous gentlemen, too, are tho Taber Bros.,
nnd deserving of a routing patronago.
Tho Under Ilrothcr, cornor of Eighth
nnd Washington, also deal extensively in
jewelry, watches, clocks, plated and sllvor
waro, and by reason or their splendid as
sortment, low prices and accommodating
disposition, hnvo built up a fine trade.
Itisn real pleaturo to deal with Messrs.
Under Hro. They nro candid business
men, nnd oxcellcnt citizens.
August Jordan l.lghth street, near Com
mercial nvcnuo, Is mi experienced watch
maker nnd silversmith, having diligently
pursued tho business during it period of a
luartcrofu century, or inoro, Ho keeps
n stock that will bo found equal to tho de
mand of tho market, und n very Jpleasunt
gentleman to do buslne with.
To lis Contloui'il,)
KOKTl'.NATK II ITT llEMJtllKlllI.E.
During tho past five years tho disap
pearance of tho sipc-wator bus Invariably
been followed by a heavy, driving fall of
ruin. This has always been a mo.t fortu
unto happening, ns all thu noxious sediment
left by tliu wator, which, otherwise, might
breed Impure exhalations, hat been washed
off by the rnin. The rain, last night,
washed tho oxpwed surfaco In tho vicinity
of tho receding slpc-water, perfectly clean,
so thnt this morning there were no sight
or smell to offend cither tho oyo or noso.
As already intimated, wolcomo rains, llko
that of lat night, have Invariably followed
tho subIdenco of tho slpe-wator, during
tho past llvo years, nnd possibly longer.
Tho fact l a curious one, but none tho less
a blessing on thut account.
TiifttT-XII'lIOLlH HOTEL AND REKTAl'lliXT.
This popular and eligibly located house
of publlo entertainment I now lHtcU ana
furnished throughout In good stylo; and,
under the inanogemont of Messrs. AValkcr
Si Sllsson, is doing it largo nnd thriving
business. It is kept upon tho European
plan tho guest railing for what ho wants
and when ho wants it, whether in the day
or night time, and paying only for what
he ordort. Tho rooms aro largo and clean,
furnished with tho best of bed and led-
ding, whllo all other features of tho es
tablishment nro arrunged with an ospeeln!
cva to the comfort ana convonienro of the
hi he i
John Hylnnd, City Assessor, Is now
making tho rounds of tho city, perfecting
his as.essmcnt of taxable property for the
year 1870. As John Is of very sociable
turn, and will not object to calling several
times, It would not bo a bad idea for prop
erty owners, when they sco him coming,
COTTAGE OK UEKT.
Tho comfortable and well arranged Cot
tage, on tho cornor of Washington avenuo
und Division street, will bo routed to a
good tonant on rcasonablo terms. Two
lots, good cistern, outhouses, all complete.
Apply to T.O'OALLAHAN. mflCt
The Cairo Bulletin,
TOBACCO SALES TO-llAY.
There was another successful sale of to
bacco by tho Plnntcrs' Tobncco Warehouse
to-day. Thcro was n full board of buyers,
gentlemen from fit. Louts, Chicago and
elsewhere, and every hogshead offered was
sold for every cent It was worth. Tho at
tendance of planters was also large, and
tho fooling among thorn argued well for
future sales. Seventy-four hogshouds wcro
sold, as follows:
11 hhds, at from $ C 00C 05
22 do do 7 00(3)7 00
127 do do 8 OOP 'J 85
10 do do lOOOtfUl 75
4 do do 10fj00 00
TIIK IIALLAKI) TOIIACCO W'AIIEIIOUHK.
A fine lunch was spro id at tho Hallurd
Tobacco Warehouse, under tho special
management and supervision of Mr. John
Oockel. A largo number of plantors and
eitir.oiH wore present nnd pnrtook of the
god things with u keen relish.
Only two or three dajs hnvo olapscd
sinco wo announced tho opening of tho
Ballard Tobacco wnrohousc, yet tho vis
itors of that establishment to-day found n
salo In progress that speaks loudly in pralso
of tho cnturpriso and Industry
of tlio proprietor, Mr. O. C. Davidson, and
argues handsomely for tho future of tho
Fifteen hogsheads of medium grades
were sold at from s)8$l'J fit). Unintor
cited judges pronounco tho pricosobtnlued
unquestionably good, and tho fu'il worth of
Without further ovldcnco than tho salo
of to-day, and our knowlcdgo of thu untlr
Ing energy and enterprise of Its proprietor,
we may rafclv pronounco tho Jlullard J o
bacco Warehouse nn established success
an establishment thut is hound to gain tho
favor and confidencq of all patrons of tho
ATltmXM I.AMT MtlllT.
Tho" exhibition by the Young Mon's
Dramatic association, Inst night, was wit
nessed by a full houso ono of tho lnrgct
and most rcspcctablo audiences of tho sea
son. Wo shall not say that tho entertain
ment equaled any that might have been
given by professionals, for It did not. Wo
will say, however, thnt tho expectations of
tho audlenco wcro fully realized, and that
two or three members of tho com
pnny sustained their parts In an easy nnd
natural manner, and evinced the posessIon
of mora dramatic tasto and talent than
any spectators look for.
Tho performance as it whole was varied
and amusing a part of it decidedly enjoy
ablo. Wo rejolco at the success that at
tended tho young men's effort In part be
cause they deenrved it, nnd In part be
cause it shows that our citizens aro willing
to encourage tho youth of tho city in nny
rational means of pastime that will lure
them from tho streets and tho saloons, nnd
tho society of tho vicious and wicked.
Wo aro not able to name the amount of
tho, net proceeds, but presume It will fall
but little short of ono hundred dollar.
"flO.NI. THE WAT," ETC.
The following notice, which wo clip
from the Memphis Aralanehe, will ttrlko
many of our local readers as it did u, with
surprise. Not that wo question tho pro
priety of the step "for it is not good for
a man to bo alone" but because wo didn't
know, didn't even suspect, that our
old friend Elliott was "a going for to do
it." Head this:
"Marrld At tho resldcne.0 of Mr. Wado
Hill, Memphis Tonn. by Dr. O. K. Mar
shall, Mr. '.. Elliott, of Cairo, to .Mm.
Mnry O. Beeves, of San Antonio, Texas.
Having read tho foregoing, now roid
Married In Salt Lake City, Utah, on
tho ICtli ult- in tho prmcnu of tho Suluts,
Elder llrlgham Young to Mrs. J. It.
Martin, Miss L. M. Pendcrgast. Mr, it.
M. Junlcksnn, Miss. Susie P. Cleveland
and Miss Emily P. Martin, nil of tho
county of Dorks, England.
It probably happened that there wero
no other women present. Otherwise old
Brlgham would doubtless hnvo married nil
- - - -KENTITKY'S
LATEST AMI HIST.
Whatever emanates from this old com.
inouwenlth wu aro wont to look upon n
tho real "Simon pure'1 and genuine arti
cle of tho class represented. In fact, wu
may say with emphusis, thnt Kentucky is
not it healthy soil for thu growth of hum
bugs. Tho best thing now offured to our
citizens from this State is the "Great Hen
derson Co, Prir.o Scheme," nnd w believe
they will show their wisdom by Investing
freely in ticket. Head tho Advertisement
found in nnotlier column of our paperclooe
ly, and investigate tho whole thoroughly,
and learn how completely tho facts bear
out tho statement. Tho Editor of this pa
per will take ploaturo in ordering ticket
for such of hi frlonds ns may wish it.
Tho Bov. Jacob JJradley says that num.
berloss sensuous nogroe have sought to Ir
rigate him on political subjections, be
cause hohupponsto hold fastlyby tho Dem
ocratic doctrine that thotnriffnndall other
birds that dc.troy tho growing crops, should
be ahot whenever found snatching things
up by tho roots. "They're wuts," hays tho
carnsit Jacob, "than tho Flea-blt-i-skln
that thu Fronchers aro making such a fuss
about, and ought to bo executivated ns fast
as anybody kotches 'em."
And isn't Jacob right?
KEA MOSS FAIIINA.
A singlo package, costing twenty-five
cents, will produco sixteen quarts of tho
most delicious blano mange, pudding,
soups, etc ; alio a proportionate quantity
of cream cakes, Charlotte Busse, floating
Island, etc. For salo by,
BBISTOL & STILWKLL,
2t. No. 32 Eighth street.
flll'HCII iV THE KEIiEKXCK. !
The adoption, by tho Church of rlio Be-
deciner, of tho envelope system Is intended '
to obviatu the objection urgod by sumo to ( ut very i0,c j,rke$. Families can bo nc
tho renting of pows. , amiodiiled during tho nbovo period, with
Instead ol n tlxcil price lor each puw n
pledge I given for tho payment of n week
ly sum (which Is a voluntary offering) nnd
a pow or silting in a pow l nslgned each
family or Individual.
Many persons heretofore have deprived
themselves of tho pleasure of attending
service feeling it not entirely right to oc
cupy ii seat in the church without paying,
while they really wore not able to pay for
This system entirely doe away with
this objection, for tlio person who feels able
to mako a small weokly donation will have
a scat-asslcned them ns cheerfully n if
they felt nblo to mako tho donation large. !
All persons coming to church regularly j
or transiently (whether they ninko it
plcdgo or not) may feel sure of being seat
ed with pleasure nnd without inconven
ience to the regular attendants.
Hill YE llt'.MIIIV AMI TIIIIIST V t
Know yo that at tho Egyptian Brewery
Suloon, corner of Tenth street nnd Wash
ington nveiiue, ran bo found, in their
greatest parity, Vcls llccr, Scltor, Kien
gen nnd Soda Wntcr, tho real, genulno A
No. 1 Inger Ilecr and Wine, Liquors,
Cold or hot meal set to order. "Come,
listen to tho mocking bird I''
May 0, 1 8TO d 1 m
A meeting of tho eitl7.cn generally will '
bo held in tho vacant storo room ndjolning
tho ofllco of Col. Hearden, in Winter'
block, on Friday evening, May 13th, 1870,
fur tho purpo-o of making nrrnngement
for decorating tho Sildler's graves its
Mound City Cemetery.
All persons who desire to pay tributary
honors to our fallen heroes are requested to
bo present nt this meeting. 4t.
f5o to J. 0. Bagwell, Photographer,
corner Eighth street, and Ohio Levee, for
pictures, Cnrto do Visltcs, etc. Having
in ado arrangoment with roiuo of tho best
artists of our largo cities, ho repertfully
solicit orders for copying and enlarge
Ing old picture. Call at hit room nnd
tee specimens of work In thnt line,
,aA Special Communication of Delta
?ALodgo No. W.8, A. F. & A.M., will be
held, nt Musonlo Hull, this (Thursday)
evening, at 7J o'clock for work In tho M.
M. degree. By order of tho W. M.
JEWETT WILCOX, Sec y.
All persons owning or harboring dog
or sluts nro hereby uotillod that the taxes
duo upon them must lie paid on or before
thn first day in Juno 1870. After thnt
time all dog or slut, upon which tho
taxes hnvo not been paid, will bo slaughter
ed. Call upon the city .Marshal, then ami
liquidate. Otllco In I iron' building.
M. BAMBBICK. City Marshal.
In Mound City, III., May 10th, nt half
past 10 p. m., of consumption, Mrs. Han
nah A. Hlner, wife of dipt. David Illner,
nged -18 year.
Cincinnati, St. Louis and .Mobile paper
Duo notice of the funeral ceremonies
will lt given In these columns.
A ball will bo given in Mr. Smith's
boarding house, corner of I.oveo nnd
Thirty-fourth street on Thursday night
tho 1'Jlh instant, to which tlio public !
cordially Invited. There will be good mu
sic, good order and it good time. Let nil
who would enjoy a night of harmles re
creation bo present. Ut"
AVilltho people avoid thoo danger by
using a genuine article, which I perfectly
safe and hat tho reputation of lf'lng thn
best in use? It i the Aurora Oil. It
gives n brilliant light, mid can bo had nt
X Ohio Levee. Cull nnd get tho cheapest
light In uu. If
A p-eket diary with cah account and
memorandum. Owner's namu written on
fly leaf. Tho finder will bo duly reward
ed by leaving it at tlio look .lore nfll, A.
Much Miil'ering to the.o tender little
bud of the human family, night bo allayed
by using .Mr. WhIteoinh' Syrup. Seo
itdvertNement In another column.
I'lLMEllO t ill AltS.
Buy the FItAOUANT PALMETTO
clgiir. They nro kept for mlo by
BBLSTOL & STILWKLL, ,
.1. No. 3. Eighth street,
IIXl.H.l I WATIiltS.
Kills! OP THE SEASON
KUslngon, Selter, and llluii Lick
Waters, nnd nil tlio other variety of
waters from tho celebrated spring of nor
mally and America, on draft and for snlu
bv tho glass gallon or barrel at tho drug
store of H.T. Whitaker, No. 108 Commer
cial avenue, Cairo Ills. npll.tf
1 10 COHJIKltl'IAI. AVIIMIi:
A HE SEI.L1MI
Men's Flno Stout Ilorgun. $1 2.1
Men's Buff Bid 1 60
Mon's Calf Boots 3 f.O
Women's Fine Lasting Pol. Itossvtta
Bal 1 S3
Women's Flno Buff Bal I 60
Women's Calf Pol. Bal 1 75
Women's Fine Lasting Gaiter $1 00 2 00
Children's Shoes 25 1 5fi
fool., nlry nnd splendidly ventilated
rooms, can bo hud nt tlio Saint Charles,
with board, during tho hot summer mcnths,
our most desirnblo room, nt a large deduct
ion from regular rales. dtf
J. Oeo. Stolnhouso formerly of tho St.
Charles Hotel, has opened it Imrher shop
on the corner of Klghth street nnd Com
mercial avenue, (Perry Houso) and with
skillful nss!tnnl Is prepared to execute all
business incident to tlio profession In tho
most scientific manner, nnd to tho full sat
isfaction of liis customer. npWridlm
Choice Fninily Flour, In bnrrels, half
barrels, und quarter barrel sacks; also
Oriiham Flour, In barrels, half barrel and
smnll sacks, for family use, at tho Egyptian
Mills, nt lowet cash price. ml2tr
Just received nt P. Null "s, No. 70, Ohio
liovce, n splendid lot of spring CaiImore,
Coating and Vesting, which will bo made
up In tho most fashionable style, and at
prices to suit tho times, u perfect fit gnnr
atitoed or no sale. tf
Tho St. Nicholas Billiard Hall Is one of
tho largest nnd best furnished In the conn
trv. It is tho resort of both cltlr.ens nnd
strangers who Indulge in billiard play
Tho St. Nichuhis Billiard Hall is ono
of tho largest nnd best furnished In tho
country. It Is tho resort of both cltlr.ens
nnd strangers who indulge In billiard
Skb ndvertlumcut of Dr. Butts' Dispell
sarv, headed, Book for tho million Mar
rlaeoOulde In another column. It should
bo read by nil. ml'JdAwtf.
Tho Continental is the only cook stovo
with slldini' oven door. Wnrronlcd In
nil respects. Pitcher & Henry, nt 19:
Commercial avenue, eor. PJth street.
1Iai:(.wn.! llAKOAt.Npt I A good suit of
clothlni; for ten dollar, nt P. NefT. 71'
It Is not to generally known at it
ought to be that Tabor Brothers mako to
order almost any pattern of Juwclery
THE BEST IN CSE-Ender's Chill
I'nli AMf. Cil i
Mry li.rjxc.St l.ouit!
O llChuieli, Meinp, I'liurroll, ilo
-IJii.ri.li. ilu Julia. ilu
nf Ktan.vill. I.r; line-.
Trionv .Nalit tile: l.ni-n. itu
Or anil Toer, Loulsr; M J Wick, ilo
I1 1'Ar.filt. N ;
ll.ll- I--, ilo
Mnry iMtnr, Pill.i
I'sn AM'. Oilntnl.T:
iMyrif j:rnill-. En
C If Chun h, .-I Imin
M Ji,-ii, !')
Tho weather beeamo cloudy lust even
ing mid several showers full culminating
in it heavy rain before midnight. This
morning it 1 still cloudy, but the ruin is
probably ovor, as there I a still' gale blow
ing from tho north, which materially In
tel fores with the running of small steamers,
a tlio waves run very high.
The river lm fallen seven inches lnc
The Mi-sissippI continue falling steadily
ntSt. Imli and above.
The Ohio Is about stationnry nt Pitts
burg, with ten feet six inchi't in the chan
nel but very heavy rains are reported, and
another rise Isexpccted immediately. Tho
river is still falling nt Cincinnati and
Ixuisville, with four feet large in tho
chute over tho falls.
Tho Cumberland Is falling slowly with
four feet tlx-Inches on ll-irpeth Shoals, but
will doubtle-s rlio in u day or two.
Hiisiueoi on our wharf has btxm very
good since lust report.
Tho Hello L-e received 12I" sks oats,
:t0U bblt mot pork and 10U tons assorted
freight for Now Orloant nnd way point.
Tho Paulino Carroll received fully BOO
tons for below,
Tho City of Evai.tvlllo brought 100
bag wheat for Cairo millers, 20 bngt
carpet chain for St. Louis, 319 bag corn,
110 bbl whiskey, UO bale hay, .'IU0 pkgs
furniture, ho coops poultry und 10 tun
sundries for rcshipment south.
Tho Julia received about i0 torn hero
fur Yiekburg nod way points,
Tho Tyrone brought 150 sk wheat for
Chin. Uullighor, 10 rolls leather fur
Chicago, per I. C. It. It., 20 roll leather,
Co pkg cedar ware, 5 bbl whiskey, lot
tundrio for reshlpincnt to St. Louis. 215
hlidt tob.icco, 30(1 bblstlour for rcihlpiiicut
Tho Wlck Is receiving considerable
freight for .Memphis and way points, and
depart this evening.
Tho City of Culm is tho regular passen
ger and mail packet for Memphis this
The magiiitleleut Idlowild Is the pnekot
for Kvansvillo this evening.
Tlio Champion it duo this evening for
The Paducah packet leave nt I o'clock,
QO.Vl'I X K.M'A Is IIOTKI,.
S. IMC. STITES
Oliio Levee, Corner (illi St,
Wnl cli Kept Day and Night for Bouts
Our fiooiU 1)0 r Ural ItH'i-r-itrr."
litre the Inrufsl nil roiiiil"trl slock nf
Ami generst xoml In lliolr Ilim to l) fuiiml l
Ivicrn HI. Louis sml Memphis.
Our Prescription Department
Wu ii. nnn lait thn
rtntKNT AjfisjfissiT Ri-.MAni.r:
A lull line of
Willi Mail, rine, .,.,"r,.Wh".r
VHrnUhra, Ui I'rtlitl llrnlir,
Siliira, A.C, Ao.,
IN UltOK htoci;,
Jiial rrctlsrul Ironi II r. Ilnliilln'si
rstlsiry, al ClilraKO.
Its tnf rlls inwlloln- n. h no ltritilnK i
Tills notlor I. nnly to Inform you tlitit rnl.i
ll'il-.l to 7011
1 T IIAHC'I.AY.S'
ai.i. of Tin: ni:sTn?Ai.rri'
rpin: .halakia nisu.
For Chills and Fever,
In (ho .uetllsvliiu Unit IsciiIn all
otlisrs. HAItC'LAY ItltOTH
I'.ltS liuve Itnnil rs'coiiiiiu-iHl II.
?NSi:Ci: OF JAMAICA
Pure and Strong,
To lie Imtl by the SIiikIs; llolllf
sir. at WlioU-MUIr,
Standard White Oil,
i. 1'iti.vit: oitiu:n,
For hiiIc In i iiuiilll I 'M. li'iuii
out) barrel niul uiarlH, lou
I'orsiiHli.Ht IIAIU'F.AY IIUOS.
Are Invllfd lo examine our
GUN AND LOCKSMITHS.
Q.I.OV11U si- SOX,
GUN I LOCKSMITHS,
Cuiiuiirrrlnl avr., t-ur. of Iklii utrrs't.
MunufilUirca sml repairs all k I nils of
Guns, Locks, Keys, Etc
Of Work wariantcil hu-I cliartfi-s rcn'onuliln,
1!0 OHIO LEVEE,
F.O. A. CIIIIIKMAX,
Cairo, - - - - Ills.,
la iircpaml to tak contract" for tho ortllon o
nil Minis of Hrlck Ilnslnoss lloo, ltculileneen,
Cliurt'lies orBoliool Houses, or HrickworU of any
other diameter. He refer., Willi I'lmfliltncp, lo
lila work in Cairo sml elmliere,s uvulrnve of
luaalilllty toilo flr.tt-last Jolw.
sr Trrmt rmonalile. sltotf
OCTLISTS AND OlM'inANS.
Iasi: axi oonv out.
tiii: iu.iHinisNor vr.Hrt . t mi. in'
Thrr Is imllilnir vMnnUo ns IVrfi-. t !-(!
mil IVrfi-rl-lKlilcnii only If ,."uf,l"', '' 1'.,'
I'KHI-IIi'T HpnCTAil.i:'! Tlie.lllllulill) ofl'"
enriliRwhleli In wrll known.
Mi-Hsr. I.AXA KL'S k 3I0I1UIS,
OCULISTS &HD OPTICtAHS
.Miimifscliiri'r (( (U C.-Is-It.iI .1
nvinj. nflpr vrnni nf Klln-nnp. Ktl). llll.'TSt,
nml lli -rci'llnn of I'o.lly iimolinii l)'. " nil
il to iroiiiii eiiiuiiiiii re.iiii'ru'iiin.
uMhpIi liiir lM.n iM 'silliiinluinlMt atifcllon
lollif si-srrr. In Mm lill II", lllimle I 1 h ri 1 . L" n -lieclleul,
ew llnlnp.lilli', rimonl, .M n n-, .Vpht
Vork, ." ler.py, i'i nn.iimn.iuiio, hcik".
Wl.ioii.ltl! Illinois, winin-mm, snn. .iii..uii,
lows. Sim nil tlie llntlsli 1'rotiin c., iliirifse Hr
IMsHlXtwil yl. Tlios- ci-l.lirnli-M I'erlK'li"!
USTcvcr Tiro tlio 3 Oyo
Anil In! tunny y".f witlmiil rlinnff. M-.st.
WATCIIMAKKHS. .IIMVn.KKS AXD
IlIT" In all kllnl. of
Amoricaii und Foiclcn Vn1rJii",
Flno Jrvtlry. Ilimni, (-"lul Cilr-r, llnlnl
Wrc; al.o Mauufctiirrts ofJri lry niul Inn
oSToi S'i Ohio Lovcti
ntp Aifrnts fur Ilu. til". frt'io li.n only t an
thrj 1 iiltanH Ml 1'IMM.I.IWI.M! UVKI.
l.A.A Itl'S .V310KKIS,
Manilfatiir'riOrlH'laii., Ilarll' ril,tnin.
Arc arc now prepared
lo deliver Tee fo Fam
ilies and others in all
parts of tlio city, at
prices that will bring
it within the reach of
all. Our facilities are
known to be such as
to enable us to do bus
iness in a business-like
Prompt delivery and
"ood treatment en
surcd. Orders mav be
left at our office, corner
Eighth Street and Ohio
Levee, or with our dri
vers. HUM, LOOM. & CO.
Cairo, May 4, 1S70.
STOVES. TINWARE, lc
.. Proprietor "f
COPPER, UN AMD SHEET.'IRON
WANHI.MJTON AVT.XV 'f;. ItOVII TIIK
-Itooflnu, fliilterinir. PpoutlnK anil Pleam
nout H'ork ilonn In u neat ami auUtanlial mau
ner, at .hrt notleo.
(ILASSWAitU will HOUSE I THXISII.
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE