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Tll.WKI I K'S GUIDE.
TIME TAItl.K OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. It.
On and utirr Mnilsy, Ma- Uth, 171, the follow
ing nnie-iah'c wll gnsern (lie arrival and depart-
lire n prgr trains at t'niroi
ji-irr-M.Ml train, daily lltUp.m,
J.apres, uaiiy 2:45 p.m
J.nrt Mail, dally , 3.30 n.n
Express, dally, except Bunday 3:30 p.m
Nochsngeof cars from Cairo to 8t. Lotiia. No
jhanje o! on from Cairo to Chicago. Elf'sct
ra'Dg Uoo-n aleepitig cars on night irin.
.ige checked 1 1 nil Important nolnn.
MOUND CITY AND CAIRO
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. William Sandusky.
Font TRIPS EVERY DAY
nAlEO -A-rfcTD nVTD. CITY
roor or nciiru iitr.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 r.sr.
At 5 r.M.
Ijkayk Jin. City,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 a.m.
At 2.30 P.M.
At C.30 r.M.
VClhh LA XI). VVIIKX HAILKI),
J10X FACTOUY, IIAWK't LANUINO, KT.
MOUTH OP CACHE, MAKINK WAYK,
A.VI NAVY YAIID.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Wttkly Packet for I'A'lucah, Eriivlllii and 1.0U
I.Tllle, the f.Tonte iteamer,
T. O. JIY.MA, .nnitcr.
I.eare Cilro every 'ATU OKAY at J o'clock" p.m
For fremht or pas. age apply on hoar J nr to
JAN. BI, AB't.
CAIRO AND TADUCAH
The tplendld ateamer
Joe Fowler, MnMer.
K1 I n, . !H(,V,
in. Kr traiihlor
4 in 1 iy excepted) at 4
pi .ijt npil nn boarder
JAS. BIliW. Alt'l.
CAIRO AND K VAN'S VILLE
v. s. maii, iacki:t.
The ttit-ruonlng, light diauht tleamer
Leare. Cairo EVERY SUNIUYnnd TUUR3DAT
(in place of meainer Idlewihi), ut 6 p.m.
JAW. lIlriwM, Ag't.
JDUCAII AND EVAXS.VILLE,
(In place ofthu Ark.Itell),
Hit: bTLK-VMI) LIGHT LliACOUT .aTKAMKIt
Li:i: IIOWEM,, .MuKlor.
Will leare Cairn for F.ranivillo ere.T WEDN'ES
liAi and fATlllDAY at S o'clock, p.m. Tor
reisht or paiansu apply on board or to
.ias. u;;s. ak'i.
FOlt SAL?:, ) Korf-ale e YOV. SALE,
FOlt SA LE. J KorHa'e I FOH HALE.
Fare from LiVKuroor,
,i" Fnro from Lonccnukkky
Friro from OLAhOow.
Fro from Qceenstow.v
Sarlord, Mornt A Ca
Liverpool New-Yoik and I'hlladflphu
VXVtk COJ.TXX(T WITH tITD iril-iKr KtlTMIl
For Carrjing tne 31all.
FOR PASSaITe TICKETS
oa rt'aTiita laroaMtTiON
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Act.
( ' t Broadway, Vw.Yoik, or to
II. II f H it,
Wahlnglon Mmiif, Cairn, nol. 51
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. D.
! F.SIDKNlK No 'i i'h.. v. ..
W avenue Hil l Walnut HlrU
uin.'H-12 LiiiHuertMaUienup. no tain.
0. W. DUNNING, M. ).
RKSIUKNCE-cern-rNintli and Walnut at.
O.lj -e-o n-r sixth ..,.et and In i I, "'.
tllhiie lioura-fiomfc a.m ti 12 in . and K (i.in
ALLEN, ML'LKKY it WHEELER
COUKSKIiOKS AT LAW,
! William J.Allen, ")
llJuhn lI.Mnla.ry, CAIllO. ll.T.INOIH.
, ,ri.rntiel I'.Wheeler.J
Mrfartieular ationtien paid ui rim and a
OFFICE Orer Flrat National Hank, Ohio I.ovee.
a QUEEN ti GILBERT,
. . ATTORNEYS
'COUNSELORS; AT JLAW,
William tl. 'een, ")
Willism'll fiilbert, V OAIUO, JLLltfoiH.
. MlleaF.ailbert, J
. r-BpecI Attention grrn to Admiralty and
orricz onio lkvkk, rooms 7 anu 8 oyku
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
'XUE TWU-Ml'II INSlRANUE CO ,
aiolicita all lilndaot rlaka,
, ' j
nLj'alro.L' . Ola-.
lSl llAM'i: SHTU i:.
A'l prnn wlio'
p.licics In the .
c nut ..M surrendered I their
wn, i;..nim real,
n consequence of II
....tf.rntlm until inm
Tl'rSife'lOT Jol or'the1" 'pVn'
.h.' f,r. '.?,u I,irreWr their policies' for
i ,r .,' . i her inn' ,p e it o le re.pei.-
iii w pill. ie :'"' ,,. , "Olil
. ' ' j" llkttrt t '. III' "HI 'Mill I II
If nt i r ai'lliii'M . ...... . . it
iron i --- i... . nu
8.n!' '. . ,.i...p risks In the lii "t uriure In
BOrJ5( Insurance Aijtnf
ti. liiimii. (Vntrnl Had ltofl'l Company nou
oiler for "lc th fojloaring described lol In. Kirs
Addition to Ihe City of Cairo, vizi
Lot 37 block 'At. Lot 21 btock a.
IS " Vfl, " i " i,
5 ' 82, " V " M,
n ' sj, m . 82,
3 ' Hi, " .12 " 82.
F.irlcrms.ntc. apply '.o JAMF.M JOHNSO",
TheCommervlal HoIpI wtll he rented on faror-
ahletemiK, I'omemlon Kie immeillilely. Ap
ply to (ocUt!) C. WINSTON.
The Nre nrxt commoJIoti. ilwlllr.g hou.e
ailuale.l un KiKhth hetweon Walnut and Waah
Inlon (oppon.tethe I'reshyte rlan Church) Is for
rent. Kor terniK, etc., anpiT to
THOMAS, HllEKN fc Al.DKN,
oetf.tf Ohio l.erf , Cairn. UK.
Ml city txe mint be paid heforo Noremhcr lt,
onhichilatethellstofdelln(itlnttaxe will he
puMi'hed anil conta charged. Cilltens will take
notice an I Rovern then'clTeaaceordlnijly.
JOl. H TAYLOR,
City Treaaurer and Co'lector.
Httnved from the suhfcrihcr about datllnht
Tuetday October 31t, a light colereil Mule, white
inuulh, blind In left eye, had on full w(ron j,ft(-.
ne and bridle with one blind Any person know,
int her wlireaboui will Please leare no'ic at
IMilillalird every raornlDK, Mondny ei
Secure tickets for Frini'a concert ut
the A tli en iv mn on PrUfiy night.
The Oliio river l going down again
WhHt'a tho mattor with the blarsted
Kemcinber Fnrini's grnnil concert ut
the AnthentDiim, on Krulav niglitto mor
row. Ticket" lor sale at unriinnn a
A force of workmen was busy on the
Cuiro and St. Louis embankment, out eldo
the levee, yesterday. J nines Ryan i fore
man of tho gang.
Wo would be willing tochallcngo uny
man to mortal conflict who would be moan
enough to deny that yesterday was a very
Daniel Lockerman has lost his light
colored mule, and wants to And him. II 0
therefore, like a tentiblo man, advertises
tho fact in The Kullktin.
The residence of 3Ir. A. Fraser, on
Washington avenue, near Eighth street,
was burglarized night beforo last. A tinnll
amount of jewelry was ttolcn.
The Presbytery of Cairo will meet
In the Presbyterian church, in this city,
the inst., at 7 o'clock, p.m. A sermon
will be preached at opening.
C. II. Foote.
Tho Sliawncetown Gazette makes thii"
innuiry: "Will some friend of the ad
ministration nsk tho P.M. of Cairo to send
tho Shawneetown rnnil by rail ? " We
givo it up.
Tho Shawncetown Oaiettc is glad to
learn from Judge Alton that bubiness is
brightening in Cairo, and that her pros
pects for railrouds Hrc constantly im
proving. According to tho Sun's river report'
there it "no monoy in Memphis trudc, and
no money in Evansvillo trado." Th
trade of ihino delectablu places, thon, is liko
the Sun man's pocket-book moneyless.
On Eleventh street, between Commer
cial uvenuo and Poplar atreet. there L a
very dangerous break in the sidewalk.
One of the etringers it broken. The walk
will break sotnebua v'e nuck, unlet soon ro-
Mcllule, with hi ddewalk men, U on
Sixth street ; Dovore, with hi, on Eighth
tecnth street ; and Jenkins, with hi, nn
Fifth afreet. They nru puahing thlngf,
beoaiice, you sec, thu day is approaching
when they will be reque.ti.il to rest from
their labors for awhile.
Clerk Lynch ye?terduy received from
C. K, Llppincott, ttate nuditor, an order
to proceed to extend tho equalized valua
tion of tlieieTeral clasn-scf property list
ed in Alexander county, In aecordanco
with tho rate of reduction determined on
by thu atate board of equalization.
1 tie Kentucky I'atluealiau and tho
Mctropolta Timet have both intimated that
Morgan, of the Sluwneotown Oaxelte, gets
whisky in uvu gallon kegs marked
'Printers' Ink." In reply, Mortrau navs :
" We do not know what a toddy Is; do iiot
know brandy from run., or tho beat
whisky from tho poorest." Lord I how this
world la given to denying thingu.
-City Treasurer Taylor indignantly
denies that Police Magistrate llroit psfd
into the tieasury on Tuesday $415, nDf
Policj Magistrate Dross indignantly do
nits that he paid to City Treasurer Tiy.
lor that amount. Tho sum paid was
$168 ;:. We hopo thii stutoment will
dash tho moncy.getting hopes of thoi
scrlp-holders who want a fow dollars o"
that money Uross paid into the treasury.
Louis Illallau, tho well-known saloon
keeper, has fitted up, in the bnst style, a
bran new saloon on Eighth .troot, between
wnio lovee ami Commercial avenue, oppo-
ue me i-erry House, llh bar H oupplicd
I the purc.t and lincst of liquors of all
ma irorn 1110 iiarmleM tbirst-quenchini;
Hflllll tn It.. l.M .1 .
sodato iliucxbilorating whiskies mid bran
uioiwiueuaio the delight of experienced
-Tho Memphis Anluuke says
"That the city of Mcmphla
now nn objeetivu point jn
tho plwt of tho Pennsylvania railroad
company, has been dovelopcd recently in
tho fluctuations of prices of tho -Memphis
and Charleston railroad .stock. 'Ihat
Cairo is now an objective point in the
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1871.
plans of tho Pennsylvania road has been
developed in tho movements of tbo mana
ging men of tho Cairo and Vlnccnnci
railroad project That road has many ob
jective points, and Cairo Is tho mot Im
portant, of course.
A merchant of this city while being
shaved at AlbnVbnrbcr shop lately, lost
his pouket book contalnlne $'100. It
dropped on the floor and was found by tho
proprietor, who returned It to tho owner
after ho was satisfied that the careless
gentleman did not know what bad bo
como of it. This shows how important it
is to bo slinved In tho shop of nn honest
man whoo towels aro clean, razors sharp
and hand skillful at Li.- business. Pat
Saup has received, In anticipation of
the holidays, a very largo and varied tock
of toys, llo always Is first In this depart
ment, and Is recognized as par ercellent,
the toy man of Cairo. Thoro is nothing
that can be thought of to tickle the juven
ile fancy that he has not laid in stock not
u small assortment, but one large enough
to mako happy all tho boys and
girls of Alcxandor county, and furnish
n big stock to etch of the job bora In all tho
towns surrounding Cairo, within n radius
of a hundred miles, at St. Louis and Cin
cinnati prices. Tho attention of the gon
eral public, and especially of small dealers
Is particularly Invited to Mr. Saup's stock.
The merchant tailoring shop of Mcsrs
I.ohnlng & Kobler, on tho south siao of
Eighth ttrcot botwoen Washington and
Commercial avenues, opposite Hanny's
dry-goods store, has been open only n few
week and already these gcntlcmo aro ob
taining a fair sharo of tho patronage
of the public. They are both practical
mon flrst-class mechanics and aro will
ing to guaranteo satisfactory work. They
keep on hand always h full line of piece
goods, to which they direct tho attention
of all who wieh to have mado clothes
that are worth tho money paid for them.
Cleaning and repairing dono neatly at
The following tabh contains informa
tion interesting to our readers. To Mr
Wilson, who kindly urnished the table,
our thanks aro due :
Cairu, 111., October 31, 1671
To th'. Kditor of the Iltiltetin :
Sir Tho.followini: aro tho nor contacc
ucciucu upon lor the ur.u senatorial dis
trict by tho state board of equalization for
IVrVnal, Itailr'd. Landi. Lots.
u 2. ci
i 1 I
Alexander.. ... .16 35...
I'ulaakl 30 JC...
MaMac ....... ... Vt 33...
Union ... 3 jo...
Johnson...- ... 21 13
I'ope U j
Hardin t 24...
Gallatin 41... 17 ut...
Hahne U 9...
The following persons were nt the St.
Charles hotel yesterday: L. Adams, jr.,
Hickman; William Callow, Charleston!
3Io.; Geo. T. Mayer, St. Louis; J. S. Rar
clay, city; L. T. Moore and .1. S. McDon
ald, Centralis : A. I). McCinauirhlv. St.
Louis ; Clias. Miller. Evansvillo ; C.
Hinckly, Commerce; W. L. Rraug. Cin
cinnati; Horace Kewall, Louisville;
W. Jos.-clyn, St. Louis; S. E. Mas-ncun,
Pniladelphia; A. G. Ferguson, St. Louis;
S. Doel, Marshal, III,; P. II. Uonchu, Nash
ville j John McGraw, Evansvillo; C. and
J. W. Hnrrl-, Now Orleans: W. H.
Wright, Cincinnati ; S. S. Underwood and
wifo and two children : W. D. 0. Iiotcllsh,
St. Louis; Frand N. Shepard, Now York;
11. V. V. Squire", Lansing, Mich; Henry
Whit.-, M. C. R. R.; Chas. Poe. Chicae-n.
The following wero the arrivals at tho
Delraonico hotel, Wm. Winter, proprietor,
for the twonty four hours ending at 9 o'
clock last night; W.R.Powere, Pulaski,
111. ; W. H. Sandusky, City ; W. II. Fulk
ncr, Greenville, On.; Mrs. Vulker, City;
J.Pruett, Ullin, 111. ; Chas. 8. Livoly, and
Lady, Nashville, III.; S. E. Lively, Nash-
villn, HI.; (J. R. S. Jonorf, (ialena, 111.:
L. P. Rontice, Chicago, III. ; J. A. Rro
loski, St. LouU, Mo.; James MoLain,
Ullin, III.; John C. Crow, Chicago, HI.;
-Moiiio Rcllan, Jlissourl; F. A. Victor,
Villa Ridge, HI.; (J. P. Miller, City;
JohnMcOraw, KvanBville, Intl.; C. V.
Myers, Padueah, Ky.; George A. Rabbitt,
Chicago, 111.; 11. F. Schcrmcrhorn, Delphi,
Ind. ; Mt ICemmcr, Evansvillo, Ind.;
P. N. Smith, Missouri; G.T. Winnio, St.
Louia, AIo.; .1. L. Morgan, St. Louis, Mo.;
'. V. Ilurryman, Mitchell, Ind.; U.S.
Herr. RalUrd Co., Ky.j Alex Smilv, Ral
lard Co., Ky.j Thomas W. lUtllilay,
City;T. V Warden. Coonur Co.. Mo. :
P. Powers, St. Louie, Mo.; II. ! O Neill,
Mound City, 111.
The plan of building sidewalks on tho
Ijxoo suggested by tho street committee,
ami adopted liy tlio select council, is docid
odly ii . improvement on the present
plan. .Vow, a citizen is compelled to build
W-fore hi. place of buiineis on
tho leveo nn expensive shed,
over which teams are fallowed to drive
thus wearing out the structure vory speed
ily. Tho new plan reducos tho width of
thejwalk six feet, and providos for atea
walls of brick before each building, and a
solid and compact roadway for drays and
wagons between tho end of tho walk and
thu railroad track. The new sido
walk, walls and nil, can bo
built for us little monoy an
ttiidovalk under the present ordinance
regulating the construction of sidewalks,
and once up, it will last much longor, slnco
drays will not, as now, run over it as
much as they do over tho plank
road, and future repairs and constructions
tho walls being built, can be made for not
exceodlng a quartor of tho cost of recon
structing and repairing tho prosent cum
bersome and tumblo-down lumber piles
called loven sidewalks.
The hkht ntock or geauino French calf
In the city may bo found at Win. Elders'
shop on Twentieth street, opposite tho
Court Houso hotel If you want a good,
neat-fitting pair of boots, shoes, clippers
mado on short notice, and warranted, call
JonoENhON has Jut received a larco sun-
ply of Portland hhm lorries. Try thorn tfl
-Mayor Lnnsdcn, City Attorney Popo
ami Aldormnn Reardcn wont out to see
ground broke on tho Cairo and St. Louis
0. Winston, F.sq,, a pronilnonl citizen
of Cairo, and brother of Deputy Circuit
ucik minion, ot mis city, has been ao
Journing for a few days nt tho cajil
Mulkey says ho lias gained soveral
pounds within a week. If John M. Peo
ples will oxamlno his flour barrol ho will
llnd that it has lost pevoral pounds in the
samo length of time. Stawneefown Oa
icite. Hon. W. J. Allen nrrivod in our city
on Sunday morning. Ho Jit stopping at
the Shawnee House. The judgo will bo
with us a fow days. His friends in old
Gallatin ate ' numerous as its people
Mrs. Sehleslnger, a vory talented
singer, far abovo the ordinary in merit
vory far will assist Farlnl in bit grand
concert on Friday night next. Thoslgnor
will also havo the valuable assistanco of our
best amateur vocalists Messrs. Morris
Schuh, Schlcsingor, and other..
Mr. Friend, tho much-abused saint
who lately prosldcd over tho Christian
church in this city, left for St. Louis on
Tuesday night last. He intends to cast
his caglo cyo around and seek pastures
green in Kansas. On tho train which car
ried Friend, like a beautiful drcatn from
our gaze, so to speak, was Mr. Hay, his
persecutor, also departing for other
scenes. They were calm in each other's
company. Thore was no mortal combat,
"And the wolf and tho lamb shall Ho
down together I" Is it not so written 7
Charlio William1, who has had moro
experienco in working out tines than any
other man in Illinois, was before Dross
again yesterday, on a charge of vagrancy.
Ho was sent to thecalabooe for seven days.
F. M. Scrabry, for being drunk and
disorderly, was lined two and costs, and
sent to the city jail for seven days.
Wm. Hohcr was arrejfed by Rillings
Jy for fast riding through the streets Of
the city. He was fined five dollars anil
costs, which he paid like a man.
One of tho Smith family William
Smith, whs beforo his honor on a charge
of vagrancy. After hearing the evidence
Smith was discharged.
Eliza Hall on a like charge was ar
rested by Shcchan and Cain. F.liza'i. case
was n bad one, and the judgo assessed a
fino of $50 and tho costs against her. Sho
wassont to the cityjull for fifty-tlve days.
Paul G. Schuh sells Rattingcr'g medi
Littlk Muck Clams
The best East India dry preserved gin-
ger at Jorgcnsen'.". tf.
PiiE finest vanilla chocolate
glas, nt Jorgcnson's.
American club llsh. put up n
oil, to bo found nt Jorgenscn's.
Go to Dr. MeGuuloy for Rattingcr's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills.
Oysters. Louis Herbert has alwas on
bund a fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys
A ii am.1)' dry corned fish, n most delicious
article, in nbundanco at Jnrgensen's gro
cery storo. tf.
Wanted At tho Delmonico Hotel ono
hundred weekly boarders. Five meals
each day, prico G per week.
nug29tf Wm. Winter.
For Sale. A cottage on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, ciBtcrn and out
houses complete. Apply to
W. V. Thornton.
Sleepino Rooms ron Rent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Rank building. Apply to
At City National Hunk.
For Sale. A G rover & Raker sewing
machine, in perfojt order nnd but little
tifcd. Any ono wishing to purchase may
make a good bargain by application at this
For good photographs, porcelain pic
tures, or old pictures to bo copied, call on
1 horims, No. 124 Commercial avenue. Ho
s a good workman. Givo him n trial.
Just Received. W. W. Thornton
Tenth street between Commercial avenuo
and Poplar street, has just roceived and in
tore 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows and
HRICK Store or Rent. Tho brick
store, o. 1 8, Ohio Lovee, now occupied
by F. M. Stockfleth, Etq., is oflered for
rent, nnd will bo vacant on tho loth inst.
Apply to Jno. R. Piiillis
r kksii Oysters. I am now receiving
uauy, mo ceiouraiou u. . Jiultby'a H. and
M. brand of fresh oysters, which are unri
valled, and for salo by tho can or case on
tho most reasonable terms, try them, nl-
uujs muiuutuu i;uuu uuu iresu.
If Wm. Winter.
Wanted to Exch anqe For improved
Cairo property, 100 acres of good land
wiiuin ono nine una a nair of Hickman,
jvcnuicKy, wivn gonu urick House and all
necessary out ouiiumgs. xiio pUco also
has on it ono tliotifand fruit trees. For
further information apply to
Jas. Mallory, Steamboat Agont.
The Sample Room Mr. P. Fitzcor
ald'A sample room, at tho corner of Four
teenth streot ana Commercial avonue, is
supplied with as lino a stock of wines
Scotch and Irish whiskie, cigars, etc., as
was over oiicrcu lor miIo in this city. Mr
F. is doing a wholcsalo buslnobs, and bo.
ing thoroughly acquainted trlth thu bust
nets in which ho has nmlmrlinl fnolk mn.
Ildont Of Ills nbilltV to kill Ida Lorwla na
. .,' J " "ul cuenper, man any oilier ei
tabllshtnetit in tho city. Ho solicits
shaio of the, public yatronag.-. oetlrtr.
Strayed $5 itEWAni). Strayed away
about two months ago, from the Acadomy
of Lorctto, ono red cow, nbout C years old,
end of tail whlto and whito undor lior
belly. I will pay tho nbovo reward for hor
roturn to tho academy. Whon (ho lift
Cairo sho was on tho point of calving.
Mother Sophroni a,
D. Lamport has removed his shop
from Ohio Levee to Elgth, between Com
mercial and Levee, and ho now invites
,hls friends to ono of tho best fitted shops
in tno city. Everything is kept in tho
neatest and best manner possible j snow
whlto towels, bright, keen razors, puro
water, fragrant soaps, clear oils and fine
perfumery. Smooth shaves, thorough
shampoos, fashionable halr-cuttlng, hair
curling or dressing for gentlemen, ladles
or children, nnd polito attention Is always
in readiness for thoso who favor him with
their patronage. octOdlm.
Reliaiile and Arx Dr. Honry Root
and Plant Pills aro mild nnd plcasnnt in
tholr operation, yet throrougb, producing
no nausea or griping. Rolng entirely
vegetable, they can bo taken without re
gard to diet or business. They arouso tho
liver nnd sccrctlvo organs into healthy
action, throwing off discaso without ex
hausting or debilitating tho system. Try
them and you will bo satisfied. Prico 20
cents a box. Sold by drucclsts nnd deal-
ersin mcdiclnoevorywhoro. Prepared by
tho Grafton Medlcino company, St. Louis,
The family grocery storo of Rliby &
Koohlcr Is being patronized largely by peo
ple who liko flno groceries. Their location
on tho north sido of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial nnd Washington av
enues, is a central one, and their stock has
been selected with discrimination, there
fore this new candidate for public patron
age meets exactly tho wants of tho peo
ple. Messrs. Koohler & Uixby prnpoao to
keep up their reputation bv always soiling
the best of all sorls of groceries to their
patrons and the public, knowing that pco-
plo generally are awaro of tho fact that
rsally good articles of any kind are al
ways, tlio cheapest in tho end. tf
Steamer R. J. Lockwood, Vicksburg.
" St. Luke, Memphis.
" Emille, La Barge, Memphis.
" City of Alton, 'cw Orleans.
J. N. Kellogg i Rarges G'd. T.
" Ilurk&ville, Evcnsville.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr. Padueah.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
" E. H. Durfee, "
Steamer R. J. Lockwood, St. Louis.
" St. Luke, Ht. Loul.
" Emilio La Rargo' St. Louis.
" City of Alton, St. Lonls.
' Andy Johnson, New Orleans.
" Commonwealth, "
" Rurksville. Evansvillo.
' Jas. Fisk, Jr. Padueah.
S. Thayer, Whito River.
Tlio Ohio is falling again nt this port,
and has fallen about one inch during tho
past twenty-four hours. The Mississippi
is still rising very tlow from the rapids
down to St. Louis. At Louisville, the
Ohio is nbout stationery. A slight fall is
t iking place at Cincinnati. Retween
Louisville nnd Cincinnati, the channel is
in n little better condition, and the mail
boats nrrivo and depart on time. At Ev
ansvillo, tho river Is again stationery.
Below here tho river is falling nt Vick-
burg and Memphis. Tho Arkansas fall
lug with 4 feet to the mouth, and nbout
0 feet in the channel to Memphis. To hv
ansvillc, the river is so low again that tho
packets have to bring out lights to Padue
Tho weather yesterday was so cold that
gCHl furi und ovcrcoa-.i were in demand,
nnd made one feel an though winter had
set in suro enough. Business on the
steamboat landing wa very fair. Tho
boats leaving for tho south had all they
wanted to curry on this stage of water
Tho Lockwood from Vicksburg put off
here 30 balci" cotton for the cast-
The Andy Johnson put out for Now
Orleans drawing C feet. She hud a splen
did trip of freiuht und nassemrora of
which was received hero.
Tho St. Luko discharged H8 bales cot
ton and the LaRarge 05 bales cotton.
Tho City of Alton from Now Orleans
had ull tho freight sho could get to St.
Luis with. She discharged hero 15 bales
moss nnd 5 hhd C Nuts.
Tho Commonwealth cleared for Now
Orleans with all sho wanted in no freight
lino and had her cabin full of people
Tho snag boat Thayer spent a few hours
pestcrday afternoon in tho mouth of tho
Ohio, working at something supposed to
bo one of thoso "Shoo Pegs,-' of which
thoro is plenty In tho rivers now. Mr.
Dan Gritlln, who waa nt ono time salesman
for tho Cairo City Coal Company, is her
Tho Kollog returned from Grand Tower
having met the Reo there with her tow.
The Kellogg brought down threo loaded
barges and awaits the arrival of her part
ner, tho Reo which is bringing down threo
moro bargos, when tho tows will bo mado
into one and tlio Kellogg will take them
to Now Orloans.
The Malllo Regon has sought tho bank
where sho will stay for a fow days.
The K. H. Durfoo camu down drawing
4J feet. Sho reported the Roo and bargos
aground at Powers Island.
Tho Thayer left for white rivor whore
alio will go to pulling snags.
"Whilo tho Mary McDonald wan laying
at Memphis, her deck crow mutlnod nnd
attacked tho mate Henry Rumgardenor,
who shot ono of the ring loaders twice,
wounding him vory bad. Had tho Police
not arrived when they did, it is probablo
that the mate would have boon murdored.
Sovoral of thorn wore urrested and placed
The mate of tho Octuvia who was so dat
gerouely cut by u cook, Is stillln In ti prc-
grnphed for has arrived, nnd is now with
Tho Illinois brought up 70 hales cotton.
Tho Burksvllh, from Evansvillo, hud
for tho city n ilov 20 , ,0 k
able... lor Now Orleans, 00 pkg. furni
ture, .10 bbl. whiskey, 235 bed of 8l.eep
nnd various lots sundries, ah0 roporled tho
river bad as ever.
Tlio Fisk came In with n medium load
sho hud 2J8 bags peanuts for St. Louis, nnd
it wasn't a good duy for peanuts oitlier.
Tlio Capital City, for Now Orleana,
camo in with a fair trip on horsolf nnd
bnrgo, nnd fills out hero with all sho
11 OAT NTOKKM.
PROVISIONS, K T C,
Ohio Lkvkk : : : : ; Cairo, III.
oaoraa raeoi-TLY (hud;
. I). WILLIAMSON.
COM M I SS ION M ERCII A N T,
No. 7(1 Ohio I.evrr-,
C A I It O, I I. L I N O 1 H.
trHppclal attention Klim to Conal gnmnils
s lins order.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, HLIND8.
S T K A M 11 0 A T L U M R K R,
Furnished on ahorlw.l notice.
Coinmcrcial-av, bet. 10th anil llth-Ms.,
I'.L. HUYKTT, k SON,
Importer. Manufacturer1, and Jolb-ri of
M USICAL MERCI IANDISE
lirnss mill (.'rrniHii Sllsi-r
B A N D I NST U UM EXTS,
No. 25 S. Third SrnKLT,
oelM.'m. ST. I.OVI. MO.
I'RACTICA L WATCH MAK ER.
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Hat on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention giren to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
It THE CITY.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
avd crura ii
4 JAN 1'IXTlItKS,
Filter' and Plumber's material, Wood
pump", glnb nnd niiK.e valval, top
co k,,chii,k salve", ete.
also AO! it iok
TiiIIn Ilrotlirrs I'nlrnt Irj- fin .Mrti-ra)
And Morehouse, Wells A Co'h Automatic Watei
Indicator and Suppl) Vulte for alenm boilers.
WINTER'S I1I.OCK, COM.MKRC'IAL-AVENUfc
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Have reopened the
l'OITI.AU MK AT MAHKLT,
net w ecu Mnth aud Tenlli Ntn'cH,
and will keep constantly on hand tno best mea!
slaughtered in the Cairo market, 'i'liey dely com
petition, due them n trial. scpt2ltf
Ilntrher nuil Denier lu nil Hindu Vrmh
C0M.a .NlMIIf kMII AND PofLAB SrttEHT.
OUVH and slaughtera only tho very beat cattle,
13 hogs and aheep, and la prepared to fill any
deniacil for fresh meats from one pound to ten
thousand pounds. det20tf
and dAwa iv
ElQHTII STREET, BETWEEN WasIIINOTON
and Commercial avenues,
AdJoliilnaT HIHoulioiiae A llnuuy'M.
Keen Iho beat of Ueef, Pork, Mutton, Veal
Lamb, Bauaage, etc., and are prepared to servo
citlteiis In tho most acceptable mi ner. hkboi,
Thfaiinilersigned, proprietors of tho Dun and
Warm Hclictin, liuvo lust received an assent
mentnl Iho lutest Blles of Job Prlnlins tyre",
aud havo now one of the moat complete obctllces
In tho Mouth and West. They tinner themselves
that they possess laellltifH for lurning out
promptly, in tho beat st)e of the Art, all work
entrusted to them, from iho smallest cord or
label to the mammoth poster, anil at prices
which leavo with nur business men no good ex-
sutor sunning lU"irwqiK ium. i.oum, i.iiii-
IV fill. St AST
AT llARCI.AYs' DRUO STORE.
MOCKING HIR1) FOOD
all rkapt rua taa wimorr Tiovatw
l E L M II 0 L D'Q
GRAPE f catawha ) r ranxn: ) PILLS
rsti CATAW,,A?H "RAPES
GRAPE (.catawiia ) !;(orapkJ PILLS
A HO Alt or
II KUSt HOLD'S nCnicl.vr,N
r-RKSIt FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always In stock In large supply, and for aaU t
Ilarrlny II r o .
rorNnlrbjriiif;inaj Holllas urUaUol
tfiiy-ErrRA l'NK Coi.wine;
DoTOknuink Imported Extracts;
arllAiR, Tooth and Nail Rbcsiiks
India Ruiiiikr Nur-ery Goo.'
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
II "t grades In Urge stock and va
riety, very cheap;
Full Line of Color,
tar .an iv oil,
Paint ll.-uahes, Llo.eed Oil,
Whitewash P.ashea Turpntln.
Varnishes Etc. etc.,
all aiana ii itavdaxd qcaiitiu
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to llIy ciiiu,iiiei with th bail
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS!
rBKIW teft at llalllday nroa. offic. 70 OHIll
ir. f.r., or at irta ;oai iara oiow in n'j
Cnailen Hotel, will recelrr prompt atleotloo.
111K TUG MONTAUJT'wIII rnagcoal alooa
sine steamer, nt any nour. ocxmi
NEW BARHER SHOP,
Oeore, Ihe barber lately with Theobald an
Eschb'ch, has opened a Nr. JUaata Hiior, ol
Commercial avenue, betHcen 17 nd lsth atreetil
for the accommodation ot ladles and centle7iel
ot the upper part ol the city He invites all hil
old anu new irtenas to viau ins snop, aau a-j
sores them .lolilu attention and uneuuall-d worll
either in hair curling, uniting, 'having orahanil
Cor. Nlu-M. nnd 4'namerelikl-av.
CcTCIean Towels and
Btrl..tdies' and children's hair cut and pharrj
iiooed, either at tho shoii or at their own borne
arfientlemen'r whiskers and hair dyed In
entitle manner, wansisetinn guaranieei.
MRS. M. S WANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINER!
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Coinnmrelul AT-niir, ipell EHlJ
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEARI
Made to order, or Itendy-Made.
Has received a full and complete stock of good!
the ncrtiist und eompletest in tho city. An imi
menso verity ot
RIBBONS, LACES AND FHINGE.1!
aha otfers great Induce mats) to her patrons an I
all others toeau on ner.eaiuiu m. juiur.,
and quality of liar poodsi
nKAt, ENTATK AUENT.
U. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
74 (second tloor) onio lkvee,
Buy and Sell Heal Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLK