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CAIRO'S 11AII.1.0AI) rONNVTTlONS.
T ft .- rr, n.
iiujiut. HUE '1AIII.K 01 TIIK
tu.vois Ckntral Railhoau On nnd
nr bunday, 3Iay 14th. 1871. lb
Ing time-table will govern tho arrival nnd
aprtureof pasiengor trains nt Cniro:
DfyflrtM.il train, dally, n!45 p.m
mw-Mafl, daily 3.30 iDli
xpresi, dally, except
Sunday 3.30 ,,m
Although the regular St. Jouls train U
UVn off both trains out of Cairo will ha vo
through cars for St. Louis, which will bo
takac through from Du Quoin bythetrninn
on the Bellerllle road. Direct and closo
connection will be made at Du Quoin, nnd
there will be no change of can from
Cairo to St, Louli. The train leaving
Cairo at 11:45 p.m will have a through
leaping car for St. Louis. Tho attention
of shipper lYespeclilly called to tho fact
that a Pruit Express train will leave
Cairo dally, Saturdays excepted, nnd will
Bate tho run from this city to Chicago in
J AS, JOHNSON Agent.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTfl
ILLINOIS CENTRAL U. It.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Ciii
c'aoo, Xew Yoek, Ronton,
POINTS EAST AND M" K.ST.
iM(DKrtlnp rrlro nt ni h'Hve Cniro m fol
loii . bail exrirw,
! 3i3' a m .... 3iU u p.m.
f"' lli5it.ni Ui43 ji.in.
Both trnlu. cooncet at Crntrilntwiih train on the
Fn, lctur, Uloiunlnglcn, Kl I'mr, Lnfjl.'c,
MtniloU, Kreei'orl.OuMii'i, I'liliiKiiie, nnl
II point! in Jll ooi., .Via, 01m,
XloDff&la, M'ifi'onln mnl
loun. Ami nitli
l.!nf runnlnx Kn-t Anil Wnt ,y
fil.Louiii. HprlnStlel.l, I.gnl.,,.,
Cincianli, InrlUoapollii, Columlu.
AsdU Chicago wlili Mkhitun Onual. Mldi'min
Bouthrru, ami Pitlthuru. Kort With
Uatroit. :inlan-l, riunklrt:.
AlbaajF. IVi.non, l'hllailnii.liU,
Niafia Falli, T.rle, llun.ilo,
Tcrk, I'ltMhur?, Il.iltiiii'.r,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
. f'1' through tk-kM. 1111, 1 iiif.irmiitloii, apply 10
tiaia vrutlil I I I IM'IXII,
W. . J()1INS'!.N,
. ......,';,;",'r", -rijtf r AkciiI, Ctilcavi
J. JOII.NHON, Agmt, Cairo.
THE STEATtTG, CACHE
Cait. William II. Samu'sk v
VOUIl TIUI'S KVKHY lAV
CAIEO .3ST3D OMOD. CITY
LtAvr. C'aiwi, I Leave Mi. Citv,
IUr I. ,lau,u a 1. . . I '
yoar or riiMiM viurrT.
At, ,, ,7 A.M.
At. 10 A.M.
At 1 I'.M.
, At 5 p.m.
... U.:mi a.m.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
f 1 'at till.
BOX FACTO It Y, HAWK M.A.Ili.N'(l, K V,
MOUTH OK CACHE, MAK1.VE AV.,
ANII XAVV. VAKI).
CAIP.O and NASH VILLK I'ACK KTS
1 TL lollovrin p.ickeli IrA'r Cniro
tm th day. and at the ho'ir blow.nmd 1
Krary Monday at ."i p.m.!
Xtery Thursday at D p.m.,
Kwy Saturday nt f. p.m.
fw Fralihl or Pa.aag. apply bo.rrt. or to
BIGGS V MALLORY,
) rlfl 76 OHIO I.BVBK.
CAIRO AND PADUOAII
Ttia Uautlful and llcht.duiiaLl
J AM KB FISK.
LEAVES CAIRO DAILY,
? O K IWI, J
LEAVES PADUCAH DAILY,
At V O'tlMK, A.M.
, "Mat antmrlor accoinmodaliob iU o
fiia paeiw pairvnaar, ,
awrartkuUr altfntlon 1 tti.I toeollteliun ct
HvtNt cnarjiai. vu in ixi Mill r
tx tb am unlit rolnlrd,
,.. S;Cn.m. S.00 p.m.
. I.MS i-.in. Iljiiiip.ni.
" Through "
lhi.n.U,nmiwi .M''- i"" ..
Ohio Uier Miit", 'tiftr
Movl ' "'"M''"' 6"". f
tro J(o..ht.n 1! V.. .. .tn. ll.W.in.
Mln. It m rout", 'T a!
nvl Kr. 1.. -... n. tntp.m.
Thebes, 0"u IslJiid A uua
lc. Illi , Th-i"!t' 1 Vn-
,l,y . r . ' I' i
Mil) Hi M, ll.audiile aid
imrti kj II"1 "v.
i.i I . H it i.
timers! lid vry
tSund'js lti!m m.i
Money Onl rde a.tnvni "Mi-.f,,. f,w
ItORl'lor . PMfl.i.'T) & fO '.1H
Money Ordr nil ltil it .; iti .-nt n..t
n-en mi 'iiii'Imj .
t,'tn I',ivkiiii, N' I L -lirl l-,ni I
Hi tlii isjlutn M miih li.ill, .lrt mi t thit.l
urdsfa In i ac'i liuiiit'..
CaIH'i I'll V II Nn.il. I'J'll.ll l lll.MM j'lllllUt
Mm noil v ILill.th" riKiiii.l Killjoy In each month.
Cuitu Cnartm, .". tl t. jjula r Contm'.itiou
I Miimm llnlh ii It... lliird Tuesday nf etriy
Ctiso L"i.r, Nn.i!T I". A A. M Kegnlnr Com
munlcatioiis'nt Misonle 1111, Ihn rcoml ftn.l
fourth Mondaya nt ouch month
IlitiA Lrn, No. .'"is F, 1 A. 51. lltgnlnr Com-
miinlealioni at -Mn-orilo Hull ?.rt nnd third
Thiirsdiya In e arh month
Ai.i.xamicii I,iit.ir, 'iil, JttvM In Ull Kfllon'
Hull, In Art. r'i Hull linn, etery Thursday urn.
Ing, lit So'elo -k.
A newly. furuMied Cotlnae, on Wsihlniiton-ar.,
('nveiiient to the cotirt'li'itien : situated on two
lols; four rooiI roorm nnd a kitchen; -III bo
iri.lv i i'urtlt, Apply I o
Corner Fifteenth!, and Commercial-nr.
I'litillilicil cwry morning. Montlnj' fX.
Tm: Ilui.i.KTi.v nppenrs in it bran new
dress this morning. l!oi(l( adding
greatly to the form and appearance of tho
paper, wo have been nble to mako three
additional oiilumns or space, by lengthon
ing encli column over two incite.
in. uv.-ii.-li viMiiiL'u jiiui'is io-nignu
The bell of the Kpiseopni church '1
cracked. The lat tap Sundav' evening
Jt.l 1. -s
uiu 11, -
John Gate, hn ropainted and' re-
papered tho El Dorado bar and 'billiard
Tho Committee of fortv-flvo of the
Cairo nnd Vlncennes railroad will meet nt
the council chamber to-night.
The ohnngo in tins dress of tho "Hitl
LETix"thU morning, inmvoldnljiv exc'udci
from this isjue h number oflocnl ndver
tiscmenls, which will re-appear to-mor
"It is 11 matter which involves vour
constitutional right?,'' said a lending null-
r.n! lo it darkey yeMerdny, in speaking of
the street tax. ".Mebbo so,' responded
the prnctical f-on of llnm, "but if doso
frco dollars uin't pndl, J. you seo how
quick .McIInle' yet ,vo.:. I bin dnr, I tell
' A man wlni'o naino wo could not.
learn was fhrown oil' tho Fifth street side- i
walk, Inst 'evening, shortly aftorTdusk; by
h followinifln of Timoninn InntincW, who?e
name i ns much a invs;ory to u a it wns
to tho oftlcers who nrrested him. Wulook
for '.Skjuiro -Brjm "in throw light '.on 'the
subject this morning, .
" Where Ignonincois blls 'tiJfylly to
bo wis;" finds n grtod illustration in the
respect pslJ lo thd city ordinances by tho
roaming, rmititig porkors. They bask in
tho suiishino and wallow in tho mlro with
ijuitu a much i'ico and nonclialanco a if
no cioquRiit sper-eh.'- were delivered for
nnd against their liberty; and as If those
appeal" to reason Imd nut agitated an in
tellectual community to its very center
SclfUh, unheeding Ijo1
Tho female portion of tho diaruiml.
ablo element of tho tjwu wero uniifually
belierent on Sumlny night. The Inmutcs
of one bagnio lmuteuud tliojn of unother
with elermiiintion, and would have at
tempted lo carry out their threuti but for
the 'intorfcretici! of our pencil guardian,..
Harmony, or what little there w,i of it,
hits lied trom anions tho nymphs, and
now tburu i nnught'lelt bilt'di'cord, the
d 1, mid let us lw) thankful tho police'
to watch th6in.
-Wu think wo fairly represent the .cn.
timeiit of thu community ju .lating, thm
whilo wind, and plenty of it, is not at ull
an objectionable element jtiU nt tlih season
of tho year, yet, If It would bo no inoon
vculciico in tho nrratigemcnt, it would bo
moro acceptable to Imve le.n concentration
of it than was, vouchsafed to in Sunday
night. A better nnd moro ovon distribu
tion of it thruughnul tho heated season, is
modestly suggwtol to. thoio who hnvo
charge of such matters hereabouts.
On Sunday evr ning lait, in front of
Lattnur saulyonon Commercial nvenur, a
couplo of gontlemcn full of bad -whisky
and coqfltcting opinions, became engaged
In a debate whareln nnsonming ndvnntpgo
was guinoU tu words. LIUo truu Teutons
they were, filled with th sntrlt ll.,.(
hut given to history Jfetz and Sedan,
they armed themselves wild Ihoso favorlt3
hats-atid sailed in. Tho energetic appli
cation oftba weations tiiMni1ntif..t ... .i.n
heads of the combntimu, together with
their mingled yells and groans, nttractul
a crowd of spectator, somo of whom In.
terfored and put an end to thu fracas. A
fair amount of hair and blood wuro in
voluntarily shed, while tho bruises nm
tually Inflicted wtro below rather than
anovo tlioio of really; flrst-clusa tight.
The pollca appeared on tho scenu a fuw
rooroentu aftfr tho conclusion of tho 0
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY,
A FOOt, IIIP8 OPEN IllH AltiiOMEN AM)
TEARS HIS INTESTINES OUT WITH II I A
OWV II INHf. ALMOST A VlltK.
A frightful tragedy occurred uiiott llio
steamer Glcneoo nliotit four o'clock on limt
t may morning, near Nupolmn. Ark. It
iippenrs that n German got on board nt
New Orloam lit catch iliu Ocoatius, on
which boat ho had placed IiIa baggage, in-
tiding to tnko passage, hut hail, throui.h
carc1efnc, missed tlm boat, lie had no
money, but ;a iillnwnd to tnko deck pas
Higi). 'Ivariy In tho mornlii.' ho wont out
upon tho forccastli) nml look u fcnt upon
the Hagc-phiiiks which weru piled upon
one niiotlier near the I'lipstatui. After be
n' been there a coli!durab1o length of
tlint! he ynt up, untiistciied hl clotho.', iiiul,
drnwifi!; n btruo cronkt'd-bladod knife,
rippi'J I'pen hl abdomen, nnd, with both
h'nd, K'f'irn any ono could intnrfer.c, tore
ojt hi intctlini'ii nnd expired tn u few
inniiii titj. lli body wn left In tho hnridit
of the coroner itt Napoleon. Thi r.nvfa of
the deed and the name of victim nrc nllko
'1 lie lire.
Tho .tore of Kimtncl iV Kntlor, (Larry
Knllcr) nt C')o Gernrder.ti, ilo., camo
nepr being coniumcd by fire Inst Friday
night. A coal oil lamp had been loft
burning upon the dcak, which, during tho
night exploded, nnd when diicovcrcd tho
dcik tcctlicr with books nnd papers which
it contained were nlmo'tcntirelyconsumcd.
Pieces of tho lamp wcro found at the op
posito side of the store showing clearly
that an explosion was tho cauio of the Arc.
THE CITY OA-i SNUKVEli OUT, AKD WHKRE
FORE MISUNbEKSTANIiINU ALL AROUND
(1KNTLE OKKOL'I.l), LI0I1T EM UP
At tho last joint meeting of tho city
council a resolution was unanimously
adopted instructing tho comptroller to
inform the gns company that tho contract
of the city with tho company, for gas for
public uio would cxpiri onthoiMinst
nnd that tho city would not continue to
use gas under that contract. At tho fame
tiino tho comptroller wa ordorcd.to enter
into negotiations for s now contract, his
action in tho promises to be reported to
tho next meeting of tho council.
It was not tho intention of the counoil
to discontinue tho tiso of gas during th
pendency of tho negotiations for a new
contruct, but Mr. Gorould, tho suporin
tendonof the gns worku, no understood
;tUe notNlcation of tho wishes of tho coun
cil, ns communioatod to him by tho comp
troller, .Mr. Rurnott, und yesterdav re-
moved nil the burners from tho
street yljmps nnd cut off tho
supply in tho council chumber nnd engine
nouses. ,Ahc consequence was tlint the city
was ns datk as tophct last night, and pe
destrians belated stumblod along In great
danger to their precious jiccka.
Ons wo must have, of cour.o ; mid, binco
n misunderstanding has cut off tho supply.
can't the mayor nnd comptroller nnd sev-
erul of thu cotnmitlpi; of thd council induce
Mr. (ierould to lei go his hold nnd allow
the street lamps to blazo again''
DBA I'll 10 THE PESTIFEIiOCS 1'K.STti.
Wo h'.'lievo that eockroiicliei "and mos
quitoes are tho only real pots which Cui-
roitos Imvu to endure during the 'iitntuer
montlK. As tho Itittur cannot bo exter
minated by any moatif known to their
victims, nil that can bu doin; is to '-bar'
them out with screens and nets. Cock
roaches, tho kind that infest closets, cup
board!', shelves, etc., cannot take unto
themselves wings nnd tly away and aru
thurefcro moru easily dealt with. For tho
convenience of hnnsckcupor.s und wo ex
pect tn receive the thanks of bur fdlr rend
ers f6r our' thoughtfulness wo givo n few
receipts, Kitu to ho unfailing, for tho de
struction ol thesn foes to he peace of
mind ol all good houtnvivei'.
Air-sluckcd lime, sprinkled freely
about, will do! troy tho cockroach.
Green paint, dusted In tho corners of
urn worn, ciitib(!trdi, etc., will prove n cf
fectivu in ridding tho infested place, as
an army with b.mnnri'. I'npern mav. bo
rjiii-iui ovur mo imiui una no ineonve
niencii will lm lelt from its ue.
Water li: which jtoke-root Inn been
hoilcil, micd .itli molae und' nut on
sheets of tin, if purtaken of by the cock
roach will poiou him.
Powdered borax is ,iid lo bu instant
death to the cotkroiieh, bu It black or
brown, little or hig. Sprinkle it around
his haunls nnd h will bu found that swift
and i.ure.i.striiction awaits tiio ciHikroacli
who eats of it.
(OSi'KliTON HlfliSDAY NIOII I CHARLEY
llAUIiy i IIENEIMTON KKIDAY.
On not Thursday night, Mrs. Monsar
rt, a lady of superior musical ability, will
give a grand concort at the Atholiinuni,
nssMed by thu amateur musical talent of
tho city, and will present to the pnbllc a
programme repletu with nil the gems of
the most popular operas, thu ballads that
havo fascinated tho public oar, and instru
mental music of thu ,oU r(cf,t.rcie do.
fcription. -Mm. .Monsarrat is n lady who'
diuervcs tho patronngu of our community,
and is herself a singer of rure merit, nosl
foising a volco of groat compass, finely cul
tivated and under perfect control. Wo
Imvo no doubt that those ho attend thia
concort will bo entertained and even de
lighted j and, ns It is Intonded us a benefit
to Jlti. ilonsarrnt, tho friends of tlmi.
lady should not fail to show their appreci
ation of her abilities hy tilling tho housn to
ovcrllowlng. Tho ticket will bo sold ,fqr
fifty centj, rcacrvcdtonU, saventy-fivo.
On the succeeding night, Friday, n
grand eomplimenlnry benefit will bo ten,
tiered to Charloy Hardy by tho Young
Men s Dramatic Association of this city,
on which occiiiun tho most tftlonloi
"Owls" of N,hvlllo, Ttmiiossne, having
volunteered their servlcos, will oppour, for
tho first time, beforo n Cairo nudionco.
Tor pnrtieulnn. see prKrummc
-OUR fOMtXa TOIIArno vim.
Evory prbpnrhtlori lias been mado to
mako tiio Tobacco Fair, on tho 28th Inst,
n grand nnu complete success. Tho ma
jority or our citizens Imvo seen tho lm
portanco of this cntorprlso nnd havo como
lorwaru with matorlnl nld, in n mnn
ncr comtnendablo to tholr sagncltyns bttsl
Ii9f mcti. "Wo huyo no hesitation In sny
Ing, thiil more rcul citpKnl vlil bo repre
sented hero on the day of tho fnir than has
ovur been concontralod at this plnco before,
nnd from tho letters Messrs. Hurd & Son
are receiving daily from nil the groat
tobacco producing regions of our country
VlgjnleKrucJsfy, Tennessee, Illinois,
Missouri, hfo3 lirtiiufcPennsylvnn!,
Oonneticut, nnd, In factJ'sVoaJ all states
where toUacco JispreiWed, nte ajsurcd
that tho InflxrftfaingeM.to our city on
thardaywill tnx the capacity of nil our
hotels andws wOBldhercforo suggest
toourciUzens everyone to be prepared
to givo.tbe itrnngcr'n hearty welcome.
This is a matter that all nro interested
In ; tho proprietors of tho Rallnrd "Wnro-
Iioumj dorlvo no direct benefits from tho
fair more than nny other clti.on. Tho
thouiands of pcoplo.thal will come hero
on the day ol the fair will tend to materi
ally benefit every citizen of Cairo.
Como; lot us "boost" the enterprise and
lend our ' helping hand' '
Relioiqus. The churches of the city
were well' attended on Sunday last, and
the sermons preached attested tho fact
that tho zeal of tho ministers has not been
cooled by tho hot weather. The hearers
wo admit, sweltered whllo they listened,
nnd wished for lodges in vast wildernesses
boundless contiguities of shade; but,
nevertheless, they drank what is called tho
gospel stream -with 'avidity, and seemod
as much .refreshed; at, tho outside bar-
barluns who wcro indulging In ico cream,
soda water and beer At tho Church
of the Redeemer, tho rector of St. Paul's
parish, Faycttoville, Arkansas, held forth
In the morning, soliciting contributions to
aid in tho rebuilding ot his church, de
slroycd... during -the late "unpleas
antness." The everend gentleman
handled his subject very, skillfully, and,
ho doubt succeeded in obtaining a tibcrnl
donation from the big-hearted congrcgrv
lion who worship with tho Row Mr,
Coan. The Rev. Mr. Thompson nn
nounccd in tho evening that, on next
Sundav evening, he would preach an
out-door sermon nt tho corner of Eighth
Street nnd Ohio Levee. No better placo
for Mr. Thompson's work could havo
bcou selected, and if hosucceeds in mnk
ing nn'impression on the hearts of the
hundrcth part of the sinners who pass
that corner on Sunday nights, be will
have done great service in the cause of
his Master. A largo number of tho re
ligionists of tho city arc, wo understand
making nrrangomunts to attend tho Sab
bnth School Convention, to be held in
few days nt Metropolis. The Christian
Congregation of this city havo procured
tho'servlces'of Rev. Mr. Friend as their
regular pastor. ,
The City and the Country. The
country precincts of tho county havo boon
cultivated by gentlemen who nro hostile
to tho Interests of Cairo, nnd thu result is
n spirit of hostility to tho city has grown
up in thu rural districts which should be
suppressed. Tho eountry'sbould not for
get that Cairo, with two-thirds of nil the
votes of tho county within hor corporate
limits, has permitted the country to Imvu
two members of tho county court, who
spend the taxes of thu city for tho benefit
of Judges Mnrcbildon nnJ McCrito's
neighbors und other rural friends. Tho
.total assessment of property. In the county
is $n,003,D5l.- Of this nmounl S3(J,38l is
owned by citizens who llvo in the country
. . . . I . '. 1 . n "fll tTr ! 1 1
precineU, whllo $2,701,170 is owned by
citizens of Cniro nnd non-residents who
are represented by citizens of Cairo. From
those facts our country friends may draw
le;suns of profit, and if they do wo know
they will wisely arrive at tho conclusion
that they have nothing to gain by making
up mi issue with Cairo, that controls two
voles to their ono nnd over thirteon-fif-tceiitha
of all the wealth of tho county.
Corn in Eutpt. For somo weeks there
has been an active demand for corn in this
market, a demand augmented, at present,
In tho prcsonco in tho fclty of persons who
design remaining for a wcok or so with
tho intention of buying tij) nil the corn
thut arrives at'thi! "point. Xargo quanti
tius aro being forwarded into Georgia by
thu way of Nathville from this market,
and it i with th's view that foreicn deal
ers nro ready to take all that urrlves. If
the supply of corn wore equal to tho
present demand for it, this brunch of the
market would show omo animating
This is the reason of tho year when tho
system should be thoroughly purged of
tho humors which creato disease. There
is no purgative or cathartic so mild and
offlcacious as HELM HOLD'S GRAPE
FILLS, causing neither nausea or griping
as is tho caso with tho ordinary cheap
paUint pills of tho day most of which
nro composod of calomel or mercury, and
cnrelesly prepared by incxperionccd per
sons. After tboroughlyjpurging the sys
toinusoUELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BAR
SAPARILIA, the groat lllood I'nri
fierrnd they will Insure new life, new
blood nnd rtnewod vigor. Try thorn.
A Curb Guaranteed. Kross' Fover
Tonic is universally recognized as the best
medicine extant' for tho curse of fevers.
It is-for-ale' by P. GrSchuh, druggist,
two doors south' of the postofflce; and ho
guarantees all Who buy from ,hjm .that It
will euro chills and fevers. If u docs not
euro ' Mr, Schuli ngroes to return, the
money. Can anything be fairer than
yon Sale.-Tho stort-houso on the cor
ner of Tenth and Walnut streets, nnd also
the stook of groceries therein, nro offered
for sale together or separately. Also, a
good buggy nnd harness will bo sold on
privuta terms. Apply for particulars on
the promises. REN. F. EOHOLS.
JUNE 13, 1871.
New Rabies Predicted. A lady who
has the means of such information prodlcts
that thoro will bo at loast ono hundred
babies born In Cairo within tho next throo
montks. Our population 1 not largo nt
present ; but, nt will be seen from this
stntemont, Is nbout to incrcaso greatly.
Wo shall yet becomo a groat city, evon If
tho hesitancy of tho county court should
ilsfeat tho CJiiiro nnd Vinconnos rnilroad.
It Is n comolatlon to know that, if wo enn
net Induco population to como to us, Cairo
Is n groat city for tho production of babies,
who oldom dlo,
PnorotKD Peace Juiiilek. The Ger
mans of Cairo nnd Vicinity, with their
friends of other nationalities, nro requested
to.convcno in mass meotlng nt Schecl's
Washington Hall Garden, on Tuesday
ovonlng, 13th Inst., at U o'clock, to tako
into consideration tho propriety of having
a poaco Jubilee in Cairo ; and, if ono should
bo decided upon, to take the initial steps
by the appointment of committees, etc-
Let no truo Gorman bs nbsont. All should
bo present to do honor to "fatherland."
Ry request of
M A V GERMANS.
I do not blow ns other barbeis do,
Nor kep myraiors like KtngtVllllams sword
Iltoauao hi word, ns nil muit know,
Though handled well, was rough,
t krep my ratnrs ahirp and kean,
And Cup" and Towel nliiAyaclean,
Perfinnrrjr, too, nf all the brands,
That'f madi In this or foreign land.
Then forclean shaflni tilase lo atop
AT HAMKIj LA. MP UK NTH HAH II Kit HI 10 P.
Oh Ohio Lever, at 111,
Is whtre such work la neatly done
Keep Cool. Jtctrigcralors, Ico chests
water coolers, I X L ico cream frocsera
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., nt
RBERWART, ORTH & CO.'S,
myl8tf 130 Com. Ave.
Invantm. Tho most Irritable and rest-
less of these tender llttlo household bud',
are charmed as it were in quiet and sweet
repose by using Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup.
Hamilton's Ituchu and Dandelion, ns
good an article ns Hclmbold's Ruchu nnd
for Um wionf.v, for alc nt P. O. Schuh's
drug store. my'.'ttf
lltlnoKdlumbtis, Illinois. Columbus,
Jim t'itk. Jr. J'u.lurah. Jim KlaU. Jr. P.,l,w.h
H,C, Yarger,N, Orleans 11,0. Vaj-grr N, Orlani
Jno, llurm.lfu. Naih'lls,
iw'Wi i"iia.llr-, ivuvvr, IjOUlMllir.,
.Ilslle St, Louis. VicksV Hell Ut. tMUit. fiLLoul.
n.K, WlUdn, fitlsburx.O, H. Wll-on Si.Iaiii,
A.IIIm u. fA. .1- ..l.l ............ '
nu.m11;, 01, ijuu:', Aiiauiic, iew vrieaos ,
Talisman, Nasrtrillr, Victory, Ht, Loin..
Shannon. Cine nnatl. Shaunon. S'rw crlcn..
I, S, Hyatt, Mtmphta, I, H. Hyatt, Ohio Hirer.
VaAK& U . T ...... V..1..1 ri 1
...Kiir., 11, uu.-, .'.ii'iifli, ,ir w irican-,
Lady Lee. ' Lady Lse, Kd Klier,
Com wtalili, Com.nonwf!ih, N. o.
Oolumbia " Columbia, Ark. Liter,
nieni oe. New Orleans, fits ncoe, LoulsTille.
Kate Robinson, St Louis Kate llnbin.an. Cin'll,
I llewild, Kranaf ills, idlrwild, Ktacirillp,
IK-anlc N'swOrlrau., Oceanic, Ht. louia.
t..n j. fA..i. ...it. . . 1 . . '
.iiiinwt,, .una ivasuurii,
Ornnd Tower, Memphl,Grind Towr. hi, Doula,
i.iivn n.ancn, u. ioits ran?s, nt lOUl
M. Houatnn, Louisville, M.llounon, N O,
Karnpmn 'i,Mt, 1)11 1 City ol fjiilncy N.O.
Hell" Hk, ht, Louis, Ilslle, PutAbuie, '
City VirknljurK, Vleka'cTalisman. asllTlls.
City of iulncy,M, Lu'i City of Victa'g St. U,ul
Tho river continues to rcccdo at tboJ
rate of about six inches per day.
Tho weather for the past -18 hpurs, has
been cienr and hot. leslerdnv morning,
a pleasant breeze sprang up from tho
north and continued nil day, which mod
ified the intensity of tho hoat agreeably.
Tho Mississippi was falling slowly at
St. Louis yesterday, but tho swell from
tho Missouri is expected there to-dnv,
which will givo somo 'J fojt of u rise, and j
improve tno condition ot the .Mississippi
to this port for, probably, a weok to come.
There is at present scant 'J feet out.
Tho Ohio is atill on tho decline with 2
foot 0 Inches In tho chuto at Louisville,
and 7 feet 0 lirches. at Cincinnati.
The overflow at New Orleans declined
4 inches in 2 days.
Tho Idlowild Drought 13 hhd. tobacco,
60 bbls. whisky, aOO pkgs. sundries for
tho south, 35 bbls. whisky for St. Louis,
75 do. for the city and 20 tnnF for the
Illinois Central Railroad.
Tho Fisk brought 1 hbd. tobacco, 20
bbls. flour for tbo south, and SO hhd.. to
bacco for reshlpmcnt East per Rluo Lino.
The Grand Tower brought 200 bbls.
potatoes, 40 pkgs. apples, 15 do. sundries
for Cairo and rcshipmont.
Tho Talisman brought 33 hbds tobacco,
20 sugar kettles, 24 furnace fronts for
shipment south. 1,'!2 pkgs buckots, 1 car
lumber for St. Louis. She received a .ot
of corn and sundries for Louisville.
Tho Rover took 5 barges iron ore for
The Atlantic nddod 210 hhds tobacco,
200 bbls flour, 102 doz. chickens, 10 do
turkeys and geoje, 580 sks corn for New
Tho Natchez added very llttlo owing to
scarcety of laborers, Sunday. She needed
about 600 tons to fill out.
Stoamer Natchez was uground 22 hours
at Rainbridgu nnd lighted off upon a bargo
sent hor by tho coal company at Grand
Tower. Sho was drawing 9 feet four inches
and there was sennt 0 feet "in the channel,
although moro was reportod.
Capt. G. 1). Williamson rcturnod from
LouisviUo last evenlns per Idlewild, nnd
dpt. J M. Phillips from Charleston, Mo.,
yesterday per Charleston nnd Cairo "rail
road, 'i '' ' ''Af
Sundav ovenints tho Grand Tower left
Columbus a short time beforo tho Illinois
and when a few mllea above, landed to
tako on lumber. As tho Illinois
passed up tho Towor came out aftor hor
and tho result was n rdn to Cairo.
Whethor the Tower did hor best or not Is
not known, but cortaln it'U that tho
Jllinola was Just as u.fthM when thoy
Ai-riVfu Daro buuwm Piuri, ana
cklpu not tohvoflMrted her?olf to any
.a rta.L- Ma dscrr0O eiihar. W
The magnificent Katie on her fast trip
should be hero to-day. Hor mettle on'a
long ruu is as yet untried but If she beats
tho pegs already sot from New Orleans to
St. Louls, the fact should; be jserpctuatod
by changing hor name to the "Katydid."
Roats aro gradually drifting . into tho
habit of blowing n whistle, seemingly, a
thousand feet long, while 'lying nt tho
xeharf as a signal for starting, which is
vory annoying to Ihoso living on or near
hor that the ordlnnnco prohibiting whist
ling at tho wharf hm not been repealed
and might bo enforced nt nny lime.
OK CREAM NALUO.V.
ICE CREAM .SALOON,
Hciwrcii Nnseiitrenili nml DlRiileontlt
1l,!?i,lA.!i0VN Wn i"'i'
. and will alwajaanpply the h
fointly flllfd up
. , . and Soda,
To be found anynlifre In thnrlty.
FAMI LIES OR PARTIES SUPPUVi)
ON SHOIlT NOTICE.
soHnVled? r",tnD'tS0 of",be P"1,1" rc.Ketf.illj
II I I.KVKK,
IS Hit hUM
AT IIARCLAYs' DRUH STORE.
'FaisH SrrriT, IIaiiv.
MOCKIXd MM) rooi)
11 arM ma m: wmtoiT laotsir.
j Kl, M II O I. I) 'g
GHA PE ( catawjia 1 ' f oka
i CATAWIIA i.i OR A
GRAPE I catawiia S t np.A
AS .AIL r
II K I. JI II 1. 1 'M yiCDI 'l KM ,
-RE1l! FROM FIKbT HANDS,
Alsnys In slock In Iv supply, and for sale by
FEE3H BLUB LICK
JL'sT K K C E I V K D
ror Nnle hy Ibr Ulnwe. Ilollle or UalUn
sbTExtra Fine Coloonej
-Genuine Imported Extracts;
ISniAiK, Tooth and Nail Ukukhes;
HaflsniA RuaiiER Nur-ery Goods;
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Beat vfrades in tarns stock and ra
rlsty, ery cheap:
Full Line or Colors,
I'M IS on;
I'alnl llriieher, LIhssckI oil,
Whitewash ilrnthea, Turpentine,
Varnlsher. F.te. eie
aii. sin AMI HASUAKI) OlAtlllla
CEXTltAL IIOUSK. '
Opioalto the I'oAtofflce, onHlxth street ltweon
" aihlmtton and Coinmereml armne,
This holl.e bua len tbornufflilv dvr.haiiU.I
refurnished and rsnotalnl, and is now oin for
the reo ntlon or Eueta 1 he rooms am all inrm.
and well ventilated, and fushlturv new, H'alcli
aapi nuniana ttay. .miu. i.ai-i.-,i;v.
commercial-avenue, orrosirE r. o
joski'h hayliss, : : : : : proprietor.
The Houhe is Nkwlv Fijiinishkd
And oners' to the public nrst-Is aceommoda-
lions mi rsasonaoie ratn.
CORNER SIXTH and WALNIIT-ST.
(Kntranee on Hixth.at ,)
Vi J. Oaks, 1
AkV&ti, "'-WATI. OHIO.
OAKB9.0A l)Y A CO., I'roprlelnrs. '
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
CAIRO, 1 1,1, IN Ol ft.
A'so, keep constantly on hand a moit com.
. . plete nock of
fOTCII AKD IIIIMI WHISKIES,
0 I N 8,
Port, Madorin, Sherry nnd Catawba Winris
KHMiVT.H , co,' f" '"UlslTely for ensb, to
uan'utV:lVl,tacl "'V "l",e ' e-peolalMien.
lion or clo.e bargain buyers,
p: 1 PILLS
rr. J PILLS
. A. WADGYMAH. 31.
-rv'ivoieiiN c...n .a i ,
. of Anna, Union county, llllnola, hn
manently localeil In lair oill'i-.-nnui
arenae, bctnecn Kighlh nnd Nlntli itreei.
(.'. W. DUaNNJNO, M. ).
EHtIESCB-o0rner Ninth nnd Va!ni
It (llllce coiner nlxth street and Ohln
tuhen houri from 0 a.m. lo til 111,, nnd 9 n.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. 1
. KSIDKSCK-No, ill Tlnrttenili atrn
1 1. trn Wfchlniion a nils and Walnul
oilicc U'l Coiniiiercliil atenue, up tiairs.
II. WAKDXKH, M. I).
L'ullilril -. - - VJa.. I...IL .1..
Wh.nutnii nteuin-a CuliOa Ort ftv i
irom iu a.m. to la i m.. ir in lar exc
ii'i irum u io a p. in.
AhliKN. MIMilvKY A- W KR
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
U'Mll.... t aii
" )Aiiri i
nui?w'nV;r. CA,R" lLUMt
mlrally Miiini",.; " ",v" '
StaS-Parllnl.r -,. n.. ...... ... .....
Or r ICE ROOMS 7 AND 8 WINTER S II
(HE EN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H.Oreen, l
,""'.? i "'Ibert, - OAIHO, ILL1N
m ma . i . i ,
- "t.MOIUM SLIICII IU MUlUIIaU
!. l(ueia.a UJ1IU1'?
OI EICE CIIIO LKVE ROOMft 7 AND 8
CITY NATIONAL DANK.
WINEN ASB UKiUOHB.
WM. H. SCIIUTTEH,
i- WJSJiULjLI fiE i : l.l - ,A.
Agent for the bea4 brands of
UnftAJl ASH ft 1 lit K. A I.
(It f a t a ara rsiMv n . w
...,,, , . i ui a.inrreai aai
75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAIRO. ILLI.S
H F. 'M STRCKFLETH
tirct.'"). MHlt a st KAIlltH,
Kesslire-r mud WholessaU
Forrla-a maid Dmrtit
I I I I I 1 I II L' K Z . f 1
No. 78 Ohio Levee,
, IJWt....'l . n . . -
KAMI j. (fKUCJKKI
.lunula, injurs a.xij jshii
HATH AND CAPS, ETC.,
iini niaii rrivti iiaav iairaair r nai
4 t ln a mmm i Asa t .r ram la HtMAB
v a UI1BB1V
l-rA.N A l S" A h' ' "Pk
.'iV J M AAA A A.
HAS REMOVED FROil rKRRY HOUSI I
ID the I
RRIOK RLTILDING on SEVENTH)
OPPOSITE WINTER'S 11LOCK,
HK has greatly Improred his itock, aad
uow on hand all kinds of
.... a.. jAvii.t.ij ajuyvvi rmv
Tn thm Ia...i ll.iMn . . ..... .
.IIUU..D ui .lltj JJUUIIC.
XII K I'liOPLTS MEAT MARK!
'IIAN. O.IYER A CO.",
KEEP coDslanlly on hand the beat of be
pork, nuitlon, veal, lamb, aausaire puddli
etc. Fresh while lard In any quantity, corn
beef, etc., always on hand. "
Orders promptly filled, and aMi.faction warn
yaUrber and Denier la nil KisuU fre
fiiHsrn NixtitENtii xd PortAi Srarrr.
BHV8 ''o'lAhtera only the very best eeli
, '10,"d hfP. ami U prepared to nil a
IJkin."d0T tniu ,oe from one pound to t
PARKER Si BLAKE,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY,
ai.i. 1'jvi'tiii, wiinduw SHADE
ttr, OHIO LEVEE,
hktci.a on hand con.lantly a full .uv
V.1.J,K,'n,uokJ, UnuibiD, Rye and Mon
I Wfilitlif... I'r.nnh ll.an.lu. tl . . I .