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THE OAIBO BTTT ,T .TH-TTTST, 6
A WADOTHAI. M. D.. TLvii-
xi, elan, Surgeon and Accoucheur, for
saerly of Abo. Union Co., Illinois, be prme.
sentlr located in cltr. OFFICE Coin merclrl
Atenue, between Ith and th Street Weatelde.
ft w. DVSstNa, m,n Re-
Ve IDIftCE Corner Ninth and Walnut
vFVlCE-Corii.r BHIh 8lreet and Oklo Leve
nVFICR HOUfW-From a,w. to II a., and
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K&iiuniiun-ni. u, imtuntb r
.erweea waeningion Aveeus and Walaut Street
orycw -ii mreerc ii Atenue. uy-neira
TX WABDNER, M. D., felt
-'-""'ni;rv urnr of Nineteenth at.,
? ,!!li,!Lon HI: Of'CB-On Commercial
Jl?jyjhI ,Zn,ton?S- wrier- hovhb-
! . TEAMMATB).
. MOUND CITY AND CAIKO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
t'AIT. WILLIAM H. Sasduukt.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
1 twi ,
qjiuT&a Jijsrx) md. city
Lkavi Mu. Cur,
reot rt aiaara erataT.
At 10 A.M.
At '..I P.M.
At....: :.s r.M.
At.. 840 a.Mi
At. 11.30 a.m.
At 2.30 r.M.
At 6.30 I'.m.
WILL LAND. WHKN HAILKD,
.OX FACTORY, HAWK K LANDING, IT,
wuth or cache, af ABINK WAYS,
J AMP KATT TA.
CAIRO and NA8H VILLK PACKETS
r TM following pick! leave Cairo
ou the daje ud a Ota hoir balow-naraed t
-Avery Monday it S p.m.;
Every Thursday,.... at 5 p.m.;
Every Haiordsy, at 6 p.m.
r l'age apply on board, or to
BIOQS & MALLURY,
jasavntf fl. n ohio i.evif-
Tho boMtlfal asd lihtHiroaht
JAMES FI8K, JR.,
r0JiT HucntrT ..MaiUr,
LRAVBS CAIRO DAILY,
at i o'rtora, r.m. ;
, LEAVES PADUCAH DAILY,
lUTiaNaerior aerommodtlion afar so
Mlwilloa is (atd to mI.mIim of
tret the jmi wui not t rtrpoa
Willi a M. AUea, 1
. FattttnUf atUaijon paid to ir snd adailrally I
aiea MM WlaaefO
Ell tk tULBKKT
AfftlrTEYH A1W COUHNEUlb AT
tVoeUlaStsklloa give to Adauralty aM Ifoasn
a M !. BMa 7
vor Cttjr Matlaetal steak.
Saves TIME, LABOR and MONEY
orn OTsnt auticxx ik vbx for floor
AK HOCiE-CtXAinrlO. ARK
-tmt iTfiuralilwe water aad does tho scrubblns
M map plat at tne tsm time.
M-lt will do 'its work In ono-fourth of lh
las required la the ordinary way.
''-U will do lh work of the fcrnbbini brush'
' 'MtT&eeaU ach.
. itwlllMTtheprlcolltalf twicaajtar
Mli-itwlll sol rala TdHM.
jHTh robber can be rplaca4 rorllctat.
Yds Th h4 1 maUrabl Iron, ami will tt
-If ironwlah to us a ln. or cloth, to An
nnui. nruit lha Ita. aad taaort mu nlotii
J9W MM1W UV VlUIHnUM MI.Hl.i
IVBRY FAMILY, STORK, SALOON
HOTXL AND STEAMBOAT
SHOULD USF. THEM.
t an prpard to furnish them by single dozen
Sgresa. muvtt none. aaurvaa
yitdlBS Wat. HENRY, Cairo, 1IU.
WJ HfPPT, y
IIS WASUK0T0N AVKKUE,
.Cairo. : : : : Illinois
Always en hand a Una slock of
WATCHES, CLSCIS, JEWELRY, ETC
jar FartlcuUr at taction irn to rtpsirlBt; Fine
neurgMitioeKor uoia and Biirersnsc-
NEWS OF THE CITY.
The lawyer aro all back from Mound
Judge McCrlto and Marchlldon aro
in the city.
-The Board of Aldermen meet to
The Hound City Journal Dronouncet
the sform signal at Cairo a " big thing."
flx thousand dollar of city scrip were
toldyeiterday.by Mr. L.H. Myer for nine
tyjeeots on the dollar.
Alderman Walder moved to lav on
tho table all the ordinance that were read
last night In the Hoard of Aldermen.
Floce. Choice Family Flour In bbli
ma jaiin. au
Pope hu .gone to SprlnoMold again,
Tbi can't got along without him there.
Mr. Munn Ii acting a City Attorney pro
Gents' Oxford Tins, Prinze AlberU
and Opera Slipper-, at tho -City Shoe
Store," corner of Commercial avenue and
Eighth street, tf
Aldermen Winter Utt night presented
(he petition of Poitmustcr McKcalg pray
log for a tax deed from the city for ccr
Tho assessment of city property for
the year 1671, was lait night confirmed by
the Board or Aldermen. Tho voto was
Over elevon hundred names have bocn
signed to the railroad petition, bich will
bo presented to the County Court thii
Katd Louis, a colored gal, a.isultod
another gal yesterday, wu arrested by
Sheehan and lined $5 and costs by Squire
urois. Bhe paid.
The veto of Mayor Laniden, knock
ing the bill for ordinance 97 into sraitb-
ereeni, was mitained lait nltrht In the
Board of Aldermon by a unanimoui vote.
CiiKAriar and Bur-Mrt. Whitcom'f
Syrup fur children ii old by druggeiU for
26 cent a bottle, and U an admirable
preparation for infantile disorder!.
Mr. O'Brien, of Padueab, who hat the
contract for filling the custom house
square, arrived la the city yesterday. He
will cosamenee work on Monday next.
Mr. P. O. Schuh, druggist, Commercial
Avenue, near the poitoffice, proclaims bit
ability to tell feather Dusters cheaper
than any other dealer In the city. m24tf
We shall publish a racy chapter in the
Devore-Byrne Imbreglio to-morrow morn
ing; and also the names of tho petitions
to the County Court, and their address.
Who It it that doos not like smoking
hot biscuits for breakfast? The Fame
Cook stove will bako thorn In five minute
time by tho watch- tf
A petition from the countv, against
tho Cairo and Vincennes railroad, was re
ceived by tho County Court yt-stcrdav.
We havo not learned how many names
were tubtcribed to it.
Tho righting fever prevails to an
alarming extent in the city. Four bellig
erents were tried before 'Squire Brois yes
terday, and fined $5 and cosU each. A
half dozen who fought were not arrested.
A distinguished gentleman who be-
levee be, and not Vallandighain, should
be tho apostle of tha new departure of the
Democracy raps Val. over the flneert in
the Mound City Journal of last week, and
takes a little new departure of his own.
The Haley trial is conoluded. the
jury having brought in a verdict of guilty
of manslaughter, with Imprisonment five
years in the penitentiary. A motion for a
pew trial has been made. A great deal of
interest was manifested by the public in
this cue, and the trial was contested by
the defuse and prosecution both in a stub
born aad determined raannor. McCartney,
tar the prosecution, spoke flvo hours and
i tklrty minute ; Judge Green, for tho de
fense, nearly focr hours; Mr. Lenegar
about two hours and fifteen minutes ; and
Judge Allen, for prosecution, over four
hours. All the lawyers did their level
Makriaqb Guidx. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 'Zi page, rnco
50 cents. Add rots Dr. Butts' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Stroet, St. Louis,
Mo. See Advertisement.
Some of the opponents of the Cairo and
Vincinnes railroad, are agitated about the
proposition to put tho bonds of the county
In "escrow." In a discussion last night,
one of them Insisted that escrow was a
monster of hideous moin, while another
claimed that it was an elephant. Anoth
er "insisted that ho had teen rn escrow the
lest time he was in New York, and was
tiereforo prepared to assort without any
tear of successful contradiction that an
escrow was no proper place to but bonds
Grxat Kxcitkmkxt. The cltY has
been agitated during the past week on the
subject of the excellent St. Loult Bear.
Welst Beer, Rhine Wine, and splendid
clgara for salo at Charley Hchoneeyer's
laioon, ms vveiH ueer is becoming .
popular arinx nis ithlne Wlne.l the
best in the city, bit St. Louis Beer
always ice cool. The Egyptian Saloon b
located at the corner of Tenth street and
Washington avenue, where all lovers of
good things to drink should call.
That Kailhoad Bcsinxs. Tho com
mittoe appointed by John M. Lansden.
Esq., chairman of tho great mats meeting
held a few right ago, mot yesterday morn
ing. Mr. Lansden was called to tho chnlr,
and Mr. Winston was nppolnted Secretary.
nr. Wilton addressed tho committee at con
siderable length. After which an address
was prepared for presentation to the
County Court to-day at ten o'clock. We
havo been requested to not publish tho
proceedings of tho meeting this morning,
but will lay them in full beforo our readers
to-morrow morning, with tho very able
address of tho committee, and the names
of all tho petitioners'. The committee ad
journed to meet this morning, at the City
Ulerk'i office, at 0 o'cloek. All tho mom
bars of the committee aro requested to be
present at the hour mentioned, sharp.
The followingnamed gentlemen comprise
P W Barclay,
Heed & Mann,
A U Irvin,
K W Miller,
II L Halliday,
O D Williamson,
A B Saflbrd,
P II. Popo,
F M Stookfletb,
Col F B Peebles,
it u uunmngbam,
B S Uarrell,
i M Phillips,
J T Ronnie,
W II Schutter
W W Thornton,
M B Harrll,
D W Munn,
C V Nellis,
John H Oberly,
Parsons, Davis St Co.,
John Q Harmon,
O K Woodward,
J B Fulton,
J T Gamplo.
See advertisement of Dr. Butts' Diipeu
sary, headed Books for the Million Mar
riago Guide in anothor column. It
should bo read by all. myOdwly
Takk Notici. Time Table or the
lli.vois Central Railroad On and
after Sunday, May Uth, 1871, tho follow.
ng timo-tablo will govern the arrival and
departure of passengor trains at Cairo:
DtpartilM train, daily,- 11:45 p.m.
Express, daily 2M p.m
Arriv. Mail, dally 3:30 a.ni.
Exprost, (Sally, except
Sunday 3.30 p.m.
Althongh tho regular St. Louis train Is
taken off both trains out of Cairo will have
through cars for St. Louis, which will be
taken through from Du Quoin by the trains
on the Bollevillo road. Direct and close
connection will be made at Du Quoin, and
there will be no change of ears from
Cairo to St. Louis. The train leavine
Cairoat 11MS p.m will have a through
sleeping car for St. Louis. The attention
of shippers is especlslly called to the fact
that a Fruit Express train will leave
Cairo dally, Saturdays excepted, and will
make the run from this city to Chicago in
J As. JOuItSON, Agent.
A sallow or yellow color of skin, or yel
lowish brown spots on face and other
parts of body; dullness and drowsiness
ith frequent headache , dizziness, bitter
or bad taato in mouth, dryness of throat
and internal hoat; palpitation, in many
cases a dry teasing cough, with sore throat,
unitendy appetite, raising of food, choking
sensation in throat; heaviness, or bloated
or full feeling about stomach and side,,
ptln in sides, back or breast, and about
shoulders; colic pain and soreness
through bowels, with heat, constipation
alternating with frequent attacks ofdlar
rhcra; piles, flatulence, nervousness, cold
ness of extremities ; rush of blood to
head, with symptoms of appoplexy, numb
ness of limbs, especially at night; cold
chills alternating with hot flashes, kidney
and urinary difficulties; fetaale weakness,
dullness, low spirits, antociabillty and
gloomy forebodings. Only fow of
above symptoms likely to be present In
any easo at one time. All who use Dr.
Pierce's AH. Ext. or Golden Medical Dis
covery for Liver Complaint and it Com
plications, are loud in its praise. Sold by
all Art-class druggists. Je7wlt
I do not blow aa other barbers do,
Nor kern taj raiora like King Williams sword
lieeauae hit aword, aa all mu.t know,
Though handled well, was rough.
I keep my raanr sharp and keen,
And Cups and Towels always clean,
Terfumtry, too, of all the branda,
That'r mad in thin or foreign land.
Then for clean fhavlni plaat to atop
AT DANIEL LAMPBBBT'ti UARBER SHOP.
Oh Ohio Lot, at 91,
! wher such work la neatly done
True. There can be no doubt that
Baugh Is, par exctlltnee, tho boot and
shoemaker of Cairo. Ho challenges com
petition In his trade, and atsuros tho pub
lic that he will gucranteo to his customers
satisfaction. His shop Is on Eighth street
n.ear tho corner of Ohio Leveo. tf
FmoxEALD's Sample Rooms. Per
sons blbulously inclined, lovers of tho ox
bilcrating julco of tho corn and Juico of the
grapo, or malt bevoragct, should call im
mediately at tho sample rooms, on corner
Commercial avenue and Fourteenth street.
Besides everything In tho drinking lino,
of tho purest kind, he has the most fra
grant Havana cigars, importations from
Cuba, that land of narcotic weeds. Fitz
gerald keeps a first-class place, and has
with him Jimmy English, who knows ev
erybody, and know tho waaU of every
body and who is a gentleman, every
inch of him.
Did You Ever? "No, I never," saw a
more cozy and complete barber shop than
that of Anthony Eschbacb, ene door be
low the pott office. The room has been
newly paporcd, tho floor newly covored
and tho whole establishment put in first
class order. Kscbbach is one of the most
experienced, skillful aad nceommodating
barbort In tho State, employs courteous
and expert asslstaatt, and keeps just such
a shop as citizens and strangers will tako
a solid satisfaction in patronising.
THE ESCH0W PROPORTION.
ObJ-etloat of the fcour.tr
If tho County Court shall rofuso to
accede to the escrow proposition of Gon.
Burnsldo that body is boyond hopo.
Lot us sco.
Tho court at first refusod to roinstato
the donation contract becauso the "dona
tion" was illegal. But Judges Mulkey, Al
len and Green, and Lawyers Gilbert, Lin
egar, Munn and Laniden have de
cided that tho County Court had
authority to tuako tho contract, and that It
it yet binding on the people Tho County
Count bat in ita breeches pocket tho
Written opinion of the legal advisor of
the county, revewing tho waolo question,
and declaring what it known a the dona
tion contract as legal. So, away goee that
Again. Judge Bros has asserted that
there Is a swindle in thin matter. What
does he moan by that assertion? Does ho
mean, that if the Donda are iisaed they
wilt be stolen, and the road not built T If
he docs, here is tho reply. You are not
asked to delivor the bonds until the road
I completed, and the train aro running
from Cairo to Vincennos, and gtntltmtn
who rtprtktni taxable proptrUj to the
value of one miltUn five hundred
thoutand dollar! ttard ready to enter into
bend that they tcill repay the one hundred
thoutand dollars if the bond$ shall be either
misappropriated or lo.it. So, away goc
Bat again. When driven to thii point
we aro told that tbo road will bo built
cvrjn ii the couuty doc not restore
tho coutract. Time Is of
the etsonco of our contract with promlsod
prosperity, and wo must act promptly.
Refusal to restore the contract will throw
impediments in the way of the construc
tion of tho road, and delay it for year ;
and, indeed, tbo refusal may defeat it
altogether. General Burnside says it will,
unless property owners of Cairo shall en
ter into a bond, the condition of which
hall be, that if tho County Court of
Alexander county doe not itsuo to the
C. & V. Railroad Company, within three
years, $100,000 of bonds, the suritlcs shall
pay to said company that sum In cub. If
the court shall refuse to restore the con
tract, or acceed to Burnsldn's last proposi
tion, this bond mutt be made or tho work
dies. So, there goes another peg.
Here we seo that all the objections of
Judge Bross are conclusively replied to.
To the objection urged by one of the
court that ho is opposed to all railroads,
and will not consent to aid tho Cairo and
St. Louis any more than the Cairo and
Vincennes there is no reply that can be
made. We do not wish to debate with the
class to which he belongs. Argument
with Rip Van Winkle would avail mt
And, now, will all tho objections of the
court, except the anti-railroad objection,
answered ; with the nam en of a majority of
all the voters in tho county signed to a
petition praying the court to restore tho
contract; with citizens who pay two-thirds
of all tho taxes of tho county
i i . i . i ...
urggiuj; luai mo prayer ol the pc-
iion oo granted; with men representing
a million and a-half of property volun
teering to guarantoo tho county by bond,
Jointly and severally entered into, that the
bonds placed in escrow shall not bo mis
appropriated or lost, bow can the court
refuse to comply with the request of tho
people? What they aro asked do all the
lawyers say is legal; the county is in no
danger of losing the bonds; interest will
not begin to run on them until tbo road
Is finished ; the bonds will not bo dollvored
to Burnside before that time; all tho
people in the county, (but a miserable fow
anti-railroad, anti-telegraph, and anti-school-bouso
men) are anxious that tho
road should be constructed ; a largo ma
jority of the voters and tax-payer of the
county are anxioui to have the bond
issued, and well, bow can the court re
fuse? They cannot refuso because the
restoration of the contract would bo ille
gal, or because the bonds might be issued
and the road not obtained, or becauso the
people aro not in favor of the poli
cy of Issuing them. If they refuse tho
prayer of tho petition to be presented t
day, it will bo for some other roason, and
no othor reason is a good roason.
Reliable and Save. Dr. Henry's
Root and Plant Fills aro mild and pleas
ant In tholr operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Bolng en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. Thoy
arouto tho liver and secretive organ into
healthy action, throwing off disoase with
out oxhaustlng or debilitating tho sys
tem. Try them and you will bo satisfied.
Frlco 25 ccnU a box. Sold by druggist
and dealers In modicino ovorywhoro. Pre
pared by tho Grafton Medicine Co., St.
Louis, Mo. ray9dwCm
Hxluiiold'b Extract Sarsaparilla is tbo
Great Blood Purifier ; thoroughly cleanses
and renovates the entire system, and read
ily enters into tho circulation of the
blood; aftor purging with HELM
BOLD'S GRAPE PILLS, the foul hu
mors that have accumulated In the system
for years, Both aro carefully prepared
according to the rule of Pharmacy and
Cbomlstry, and are thoroughly reliable.
A tost of 20 years has proved this. Try
Ayavst, iNDloxiTioN. Tho Charter
Oak Stove i tho most interesting and im
portant feature in tho family economy ;
for it fill the house with warmth tho ta
ble with good cheer, and prevents that
dreary aspect and iudlgestible meals that
bring sourness of temper, discomfort and
Mound Cltr Iatsrtsr.1 sa Ira
Favor af the Eta raw Prepealtlen.
The Mound City Journal, leaving iU
own County Court severely alone, hu for
teveral months past been patting our
County Court on the back, and telling
them to "go for Burnside." In fact, tho
Journal hu been a little vindictive, and
ha rapped Director Hurd and Halliday
omawbat roughly over tbo finger teveral
time. But at last, the Journal ha come
to it better senses, and in
the following paragraph, which
we copy from the issue of that paper
dated, 3d Inst, ahow that even the bitter
est enemlet ef the road cannot refute to
say that Burntldo't etc row proposition
should bo at onco accceded to. Here it
what the Journal says:
Burnside is coming down immensely.
Ho begin to talk reasonably now. The
action of Judge) Bross and this Journal
has had the desired effect, and Mr. Burn
side makes a proposition that can
beroadily accepted. No interest
to accrue on the bond until the en
tire road ha been completed and
cars run thereon. This f more liberal
than anything asked by the counties along
the Ilae. Tho bonds are imply' to bo
pliccd in tbebacds of some trust company
at a pledge that the county court and city
couneili wilt not revoke their subscrip
tions.' Reasonable enough.
Such is the result of healty agitation.
Alexander county should compliment
Judge Bross, Judge Marchlldon and the
other member of tho Conrt fot pursuing a
course that ha obtained such an excellent
Go ahead, say we, and lot Burnside havo
another trial on the terms he proposes ;
only exercise ordinary care in solecting
the trust company that shall be custodian
of tho bonds.
To Tkeae tk Altftitlaa T Use Public
la BaaMClallr Iavtte-1.
Alba's. The barber (hop of Wm. Alba,
on Commercial avenuo, near tho corner of
Eighth street, Is the place to which all
lovers of a good, close shave with razors
sharper than the wit of twenty Jerrolds,
wind their way. tf
Meats. Tbo pranch meat shop of James
Kynnston, located on Commercial avenue,
noxt door to the grocery store of James
Carroll, is now in full blast, and this pop
ular butcher Is supplying all the refined
meat eater of that portion of the Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you have
not tried htm give him a call. tf
ffime's. Hime, at the old stand, on
Sixth street, noar Ohio levee, Is conduct
ing bis barber shop in a flrst-clas style.
It is a model establishment In every par
ticular, and while in hi charge all It cus
tomers will receive courteous attention,
and the benefit of excellent workmanship.
Hair cutting, shaving, anaaaTtooing, etc.
Oraer Waaklmajtoa AvatHS mm rur
Fred. Blaukonburg's saloon is newly
and elegantly fitted up and supplied with
the finest wines, liquors, beer, cigars, etc.,
that enn bo found in tho city; and Fred
h no superior as a dispenser of delightful
bevoragos. Do not forgot the place, cor
ner Uth streot and Washington avenue.
Thq house horotofore occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Levee between
Fourth and Sixth streets. This house. If
not the best business bouso is certainly
onoofthe best stand in Cairo. It fronts
the principal steamboat landing and is
near tho Illinois Central railroad dopot.
Also the second floor of the same building
suitably arranged for office. Apply next
door at Robert Smyth & Co', wholesale
grocery store. tf
Tax Fxkton Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenue
and Twentieth street, is now in charge of
Mr. M. D, Gunter, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it, invites the at
tentioa of the public to tbo fact that he is
new prepared to furnish dealer and fami
lies with tho very best article of corn meal.
Order left at tbo mill or lent through the
postoffico will receive prompt attention.
A Curb Guaranteed. Kress' Fever
Tonic is universally recognized a the best
medicine extant for tbo curse of fovert.
It Is for talo by P. G. Schuh, druggist,
two doors south of tho postoffioe, and he
guarantees all who buy from him that it
will cure chills and favors. If it docs not
cure Mr, Schuh agrees to roturn tho
money. Can anything be fairer than
St. Nicholas. Day boardora capsc
euro good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formorly tbo St. James) at $ per
wtok. Tho house is 'at tho corner of Ohio
lovce and Eighth street, a central location,
and is proprietored by Hany Walker,
who Is alive to tho wants of bis patron.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn term on inquiry at tho office.
Kixr Cool. Refrigerator, ice chests
water coolers, I X L ico cream freecera
bath tubs, Japanned cloth for window
croons, eta, etc, at
BEEBWART, ORTII & CO.'S,
mylStf 36 Com. Ave.
Infants. The roost irritable and rest
less of tbeso tender little household buds,
are charmed as It were in quiet and sweet
reposo by using Mrs. Whitcdmb's Syrup.
Hamilton's Buchu and Dandelion, as
good an arttclo as Helmbold's Buchu and
for less money, for sale at P. G. HohuVa
drug store. rayittf
' PORT LIST.
Steamor llllnolr, Columbus.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Sua Sllvar, Louisville.
" M. J. Wlcki, St. Louis.
" Doxter, St. Louis.
" Joe Fleming and bgs, St. Louis-
" Argosy, and barges, St. Louis.
" Simpson Hornor and bg, N. 0.
" City Cairo, Vlckburg.
" Petona and barges, Louisville.
" Nlok Longwortb, New Orleans.
" Florence and barges, Memphis
" J. R. Kyle & bgs., Ohio River!
" Storm No. 2 and bgs., Memphis-
" Rover and barges, Bt. Louis.
" Llonest No. 2 and barges, N. 0-
" W. H. Brown A bgs., St. Loult.
" Mary Houtton, New Orleans.
H. M. Shrove, St. Loult,
" Argonaut No. 2, Louttvllle.
" Count and barges, St. Louis.
11 Idlewltd, Kvansville.
" Sallle, St. Louis.
" N. W. C, Cxseyville.
" Samson No. 2, St. Louis.
City VIcksburg, Sr. Lwls.
" Anna, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Great Republic, New Orleans.
" Belle and barges, Pittsburg.
" Jno. Oilman, Now Orleans.
11 Commonwealth, New Orleans.
" Indiana, Louisville.
" Talisman, Nashville.
" J. H. Bigloy, Now Orleans.
Stoamor Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Sue Silver, New Orleans.
" M.J. Wicks, Now Orleans.
" Dexter, New Orleans.
" .Too Floming and bgs., St. Louis.
" Argosy and barges, Cincinnati.
" Simpson Horaer & bgs., Loulsv.
" City Cairo, St. Louis.
" Peytona and bgs, Now Orleans.
" Champion, St. Louis.
" Nick Longwortb, New Orleans.
" Florcnco and barges, St. Louis
" J. R. Kyle and bgs, Ohio river.
" Storm No. 2 and bps, St. Louis.
" Rover and barges, Pittsburg.
" Lioness No. 2 A b;s, Louisville.
" W.H. Brownings., Loultville!
" Mary Houston, Louisville.
" H. M. Shrevo, Red River.
" Argonaut No. 2, St. Loult.
" Count and barges, Louisville.
" Sallle, Arkansas River.
" N. W. C, return.
" Samson No. 2, St. Louis.
" City Vlcksburg, Vlcksburg.
" Anna, Cincinnati.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
u Great Republic, St. Louis.
b Bello aad barges) St. Louis.
" Jno. Oilman, St. Louis.
" Commonwealth, St. Louis.
' Indiana, Now Orleans.
" Talisman, Cairo.
" Biglcy, Louisville.
The river hu risen four Inchos In the
past 4R hours, but seems to have come to a
Tbo Mississippi la declining rapidly at
BL Louis. Tho Illinois and Missouri are
The Ohio is stationary at Cincinnati,
but falling at Louisville with 2 feet 11
inches in the chute. The Cumberland t
The weather during the 48 hours ending
last evening, wu intensely hot and sultry
with only an occasional cloud and a
sprinkle of rain which fell, one might say,
from a clear sky. At S P. M. yesterday
a itorm cloud sprang up from the west ac
companied by a brisk wind which prom
ised for a time to bo very severe, and
which cooled tho atmosphere wonderfully.
The rala was scarcely ever more needed.
p M. aTTOCKFJLETU
atoHtttr stl Wholesale stealer la Fer
tig aid Denes tic
llOUIflJ, MrlES, FTC.
78 Ohio Isevee,
CAIRO - - - ILL.
II keepa on hand constantly, a fall slock f
OU Kelt ekyBoHrboE, Rye er4 Mob
twfauia TiMuuekiTMCsi Hraa;
dies. Hollas GIh. Raiae
and California macs.
DEALER , IN
GLASSWARE aa HOUSE FDRHshU
115 nd:i!7 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
1XV NMOU feTOKE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
HOLai AOKNCY FOR
Wshmmm A SUhivim.
Caaasrurela.1 Avaaae Coymt (KlgMst
Itti-eet, Valve, ill.
Particular attantlon laid la all crder. for
UUDFaKIHTD and UHdEtl. aprMf
Avsj tartar . .
tun HIVfl.t n .
t, mu commercial aad Watte
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS.
iin. nuura hh oeen uioronxh t oter-kanlad. re.
furnished and reaaratod, and la now open for ftS
reception of rot-u. The room art aft lam and
well ventilated, and furniture new. Water? Vent
n ffht and dar. Tama mauuM. '
JeSdtf MK8' FIBT rwrlelrei..
HE BMIOAL CHAMBER.
ESSAY FOR VOVlf G ME.V
Clrcat Racial Zrlla araet Ahases,
Which interfere with Marriage, with sure mean
of relief for the erring and unfortunate, deaeaeed
aad debilitated. Bent In sealed lettr envelop.,
freo of churn. Addrete. Howard Sanitary Aid
Ataaclation, Mo. it Bouth Ninth atreet, rhlladel
nhia. Fa. J4dat
EO AE ENTERPRISE.
IX AID OF A PUBLIC LIBRART
OMi.T 00,400 TICKET IS AIX.
June 30th, 1871,
Tie stats Two Dollars Kavh-Hal va Ora
. , tMiiar urla.
SJSTThla enterprise will beconductadlna pre,
eiielr alrollar manner to that of the late Uraod
Gift Concert of the Mercantile Library Amocla.
tlon, of Ban Kranclsc. which gave such nniveritl
OataCkaatre Ira Every ThlrtyKlfht.
1 Cash Olll
1 Caiih Hilt
1 Cah (lilt m
1 Cash Gift .. .
1 Cash Oitt
1 Cash Gilt
1 Cash flirt
1 Caeh Cift
1 Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift
I Cash Gift
1 Caeh Gilt
1 Cash Gilt
1 Caeh Oift
1 Cah Gift.....
IS Cash Gifla, S.VX) each....
10 Cjh Gifts, 2M each....
M Canh niftt. 1U) each....
SO Cash Gift, SO each
100 Cash Gift,
2310 Gifts, amounting to................SIoo,ooo
Which will be distributed by chance among the.
ticket holder, by the Mutual Aid Association ot
Ririatnrze M. R. Brock, U. S. Marshal's office,
Omaha: Edgar Zabnakie, late Union Pacific Rail
road office, Omaha; 1. Turner, Deputy U. B. Mar
aha). Omaha: J. Dovle. Poetoffice. Omaha. Nab.
ad(e A. L. Harvey, Magnolia, Ilia.
uood rceponsibie acenta wanwa. L,iDeri com
mietion allowed. For full particular addrew,
LYFORD k CO., Buaineaa Maaaser.
jR. 11 , HWANDEM
Iadle Farnlshlnr Goatte,
Carreer Jl Irsttt Ntreet.
All kind of clothing ler Ladlea' wear made to
order, or ready made. Also, a full assortment ot
MlateV am' Ladiea' auoes. mrrtlf
fJlO THE LADIES.
Is now abundantly supplied ai'.Ui
To which the particularly Invites attention.
Bh hu Inst received a fall Uas of
Dress Trlataifars, 811k Ota, Silk
uoimi, Uajf) ire Isms,
Trimming, Mk i
aai TrimalBr Telvet,
Flue Kid GleiMa
ladies mi Chilim.' Shoes
And a fuU andcompteUsloek tf
' FANCY GOODS
All of which ana propoaea to sell at
The Very 1 Tares sjtuh Frieesj
She Invitee the ladles to call and see her aim
goods and learn the prices.
Bha ladetermlned to maintain her claim to tn
nam of having "The CheapBtore,"
yy W. THORNTON
a7Juajkv m uaio
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latwean Commercial nd,WA4h
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CMfMUiy's NkesUhtatg- afeMtaWisl
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