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TIME TA1ILE OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R,
On and after Sunday, May 14th, 1671, the follow
ing time-tablo will govern (he arrival nnd depart-
II re of paasmRer trains nt Cairo i
brpart Mall train, dally.... 11:4 p.m.
Kxpreas, daily 2,-45 p.m.
itrrii Mall, dally 3:30a.m.
Express, dally, except Sunday 3:30 n.tn
No change of cars from Cairo to Bt. Louis, No
clians of curt from Cairo to Chicago. Klexsnt
racing Room ileeping cars on night twins,
agagt checked tn all Important point".
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Weekly Packet for Padiical., Kranavllle ana Lou
Istllle, the favorite steamer,
T. O. ItVMA.V, .Waaler.
I re Cairo every 8ATUPUAY at S o'clock p.m.
Kor freiM or passage applr on board or to
JAN. HI AON, Asj'l.
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
The splendid steamer
Joe Tow lor. Mnator.
ih i'iri Mtr.V. (-iinliyi excepted) at 4
m. Fjf ,UI.I or phjhAru
FOR SALK, ) KorSale t FOR SALE,
K011 SALK.J KorlalUFOH SALE.
Fnro from LiVEitrooi,
Fnro from Lo.vdcndeert
Fnro from Olasoow,
Faro from Queen-stows"
TO CAIRO, $4 8-
Harford, Morns A Ca
Liverpool NewToik ahd I'hlladtlphia
isnra i-ONTticr with vxitip ititss.iii siiimm
Kiir.Carrjind the 3Iil.
FOR PASSAGE ITUKKTS
on rfnmra Mfoamtiox
AIM'I.Y TO JOHN 0. DALE, A or,
15 llrondwuy, New-york, or to
WtthiiiKton Avenue, Cairn. nols, 51
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. 1).
1KSlI)ESCE-So. SI Thirteenth street, be.
i twren Washington avenue and Walnut street.
iirt'lji Commercial avenue, up stairs,
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RmilJENCB corner.Nintli aad Walnut sts.
J.hM corner sixth street and UI1I0 levee,
tnhce hours from G a.m. to 12 m., nn.l 'J p. in
A LI EN, MULKEY Sc WHEELER
COL'N'.SEI.OUS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, 1
I John ll.Miilkey, CA1I10, II.UN01H.
imnel 1' Wlieeler.J
!l,riieulr attention paid to river and ad
m ri'iy Imsinf...
liKKirK-Oicr J'frstNation.il II ink, Ohio I.evee.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELOISS; AT ;i.aw,
William H. een, 1
William II fidbert, y CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
BsT-Speeiw attention given to Admlialty and
iifFICE OHIO LEVEE, HO0MS 7 ASI 8 OVER
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.,
.Solicits all kinds ol ri.ks.
r. it it oss,
Agent, Cairo, ols.
JAs 11 rn:its.
II 'i i'i..imiiT n I
1 1 i. wr.mji ijw;
STEAM AND frASWrTV.H
. , . .
4ias Fi.vn itr.s,
niler ami 1'ltiml.er's material, Wnod
i- i.un .hk k rniv.o, slop
ALSO Alj.HT lua
T11 It llrollierw I'lilent liry (las Meters
Ami Jlurehouse, ells A Co' Automata Watel
Indicator and supply Valla for steam boilers.
i.ir.un jiijUUK, COMSIEKCIAl-AVENUl
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
IVUEULEII & BllOTIiEK
Have reopened the
'Ori'l.AU MEAT MAHKKT,
Uitlcber nnd beiilcrlu rail Ktndel'r.b
film 1 r 1 1 stni '
.,. ....t., .... . . .
WAIH , lllliWi?e
KUio biiu muKmei on J Wio Terj w. CfctUe,
anil uIikkii unit lu urAnaraiil In fill . .. J
drfo? fresh m.au from I'n. pound to TA
BUTCH El JRj'
KiQiiTii Stiiekt, Between Wabuikoton
AND COUMKItCIAL AVENVEU,
AdJlUs;BUeiliuae A llauny'e.
Keep the host of Dfcef, I'ork, Mutloo, Veal
Lamti, llauaage, eto., aflu lire prcparett to aarve
ciiliensla tho mol acceptable manner. ajjSOt,
I etw.n Ninth mth uttt
The undersigned la desirous of felling hla
STol'.r.. AT VILLA KIPCi:.
bulMIrR nml atock, nnd will do ' " ",0
reasonable terms . . . . ,t.-,.,.
This Hand la one of the lMjn I he .1 ale. lor
furtner inru,i.li..n. JfJJjJ-vif, Ihig,. UN.
The Illinois IVnlrsI Itil ll'ial Uoiiiptliy now
lA';Vr 'elheroll')wli'i'le.HI.ed Iota In lira
Lot r, Mock .
,1 JH " W,
.. " fi,
,, a " m.
.. i " n ,
For term", rte. spplj
Lot 21 baick hi.
" 'it " l,
" 1W " SJ,
" 31 M,
' Jl " HI.
, IAMKJ0tlNO ,
Tie CMiniiicrc'al Hotel 111 Im rented nn favor.
aMetrllii" Possesion git ltnineillaieiy. ap.
IOCUTUI I. Hli'OW.ii
The luxe and "Otnn 0 Hon dwelling house
silliate.1 on r.iKi'in oeiween mhiqui mm Tnn
liit"n (oppo.letlie IVee byterlnn Clitinili) Is tor
rent. Kor term-, etc, apply to
TllilIA!, ttUKK.N 4 AIitlKN,
oi tJi'.tf Ohlil l.evea, Cairo. III".
mil HKNT A I'lANO-Kiiquiie at room ao. f t.
XChailea muei, or ai oi "i i""n"
Valley Trantporiniion m., 01
Cslro. Nov. 6, 1871.
A meeting of the stockholder, of the Cairo and
Vlncennes railroad company will be held i t t lm
olllce of the company lu Cairo, Illinois, on Sat
urday, Kecembsr . 171, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for
the purpose ul rnllfyiiiK the act on of the board
of directors. um ijni.nu,
Secretary and Treasurer
Cairo, Novembers, 1S71.
WE have re-opened the Central Klevntor, and
are now prepared to handle grain with dis
patch at rMtiffil rain, as follows : ,,,
Kor receWini! bulk Rrnln, weighlnK In 1 ami ont,
IneludlnK "ye days' s iorKe. ,'.'c pjr fcusliel.
Vor Siicklbg ami tranlor onedialf cent addi
tional. . ..... ... t..i
Kor each ten utys niier wio orsi uio uuvumi
cent per bushel.
J. A K. IIUCI1N0IIAM.
Cairo, III., Not. f, 1871.
Which are for sale low to close consignment.
ami others wanting supplies should
11 Al. I.IDA I 1IKU3.
I'nblUhrd every mornlna;, Mandatjr ex
'Wniiteil nn unfurnlihcd room for
a gcntlctnnn, wife nnd child. Address,
lock box, 1275, post-office, Cniro, Illinois.
The official voto of Union county ns
publistiuu in 1110 .loncsuoro mirrrtJfr,
yivc lluye, 535 majority, nnd Uowmnn,
for state senator, ii'J majority.
The result of the election in this coun
ty hns mado Casper Yost sore from tho
crown of his head to tho soles of his
feet nil tho way along his long body,
ubout soven feot.M.x inches, more or less.
Dr. Lnwrcnco of Goose Island, wi
in tho city yesterday, right sido up with
caie. Ho has of late, wo are informed, ad-
dud tpirUual medicines to his worldly doc
tor's stuff mid is ministering to souls dis
o.iH'd as well ns to bodies out of lepoir.
Cheapest Hardware Store
With the Host Assortment of Goods,
Is at HnlleyV,
On Washington Avenue, a doow
Mr. Finloy, formerly of Cairo, is now
one of tho firm of Koberts & Finluy, shirt
manufacturers, Springtlold. Mr. Finlay
will be iu Cairo Wednesday nnd Thursday
16th nnd 10th Inst., and wishes nil who de
sire to proctiro (.erviconblo nnd neatly fit
ting shirts to hold their orders until thai
Hill Walker, of Gooso Island, and
well known to many persons in this city,
was found dead on thu road noar his homo
on ednefday morning. Wulkor was in
Cairo tho day before and loft in tho eve
ning for home. Ho is supposed by nomo
to havo been foully dealt with. From
the appearanco of tho body it was evident
that the wagon had rolled over him.
In reference to tho result ol tho lato
election in this cotintv, the Sun says;
" I Ills defeat, liko thu rest, is casilv nc
counted for : but wo do not feel in Ihohu
. . ...
mor 10 nnniyzo 1110 voto. Wu are vcrv
I TJ..1... f , I ... 1 ,l
" , I?',., " "V" " H, "r T0 -
ml ull,lu j.el uo wu . uut) lt porhisis in
not feeling in the humor, thero U no telling
what may bo the result. AVo fear thn
TI10 court-house people submit with
commondable graco, wliich tho sumo it the
right word, to the decision that
they shall not havo a now jail nd must oith
r retire from office, or enduro if not learn
to liko tho stinks of tho present county
prison house, Hariuau who holds to the
doctrine of vox pojiull vox DtiU anxious to
see any undemocratic wretch who still in
sists that a decent jail is desirable in this
Talk about tho great unwashed de
mocracy, when this is a fact : The day of
I lus election .Mr. aicrtz, then tho candidato
01 the radical party for senator in this
ait.it let, was In a party of flvo or six gen.
tlemen whon tho subject of bathing came
, UII, vno j,rolcrrea Wit
mm a satn n tn nt) lina 41,.. . .t J
1 nil plunge
bath-all had bathed and ....u ..., , .
lrcf,:rcncci wpt Mcrtz. uYou mav
1 1. iv v. ...... 1 ... J
1 uuun, - sum ho, "and
lu,5 mu) uo very nice ; but I aint bathed
I ainril 1 H'f ft till 1 ' i., ... 1. 1. 1
I aea Ml lit) Iim.ll.llV fit.
f VAt. Hall.!.... I. . V -J
I J""' IB VariltV. Uiul ft vox
I ..at . . 1 ... ' ,,, UsV
"U" Ul u,0M"rit.
-Among the arrival at tho St. Char
lo llotol yesterday wetoihn f,n,..i
11 AUu.nberts, Kvan.vlllo, Id , lll
biujiuii, icw Jiexleo
Mexico j jno U Cllllngs
1 L Cavally, St Louis;
John 11 Kearney, l'hiVa .
worth, Ht Lculi
r.i.... n ir..,n.,..i
lady, bt Louis j John 11 Kearney, 1'hU
N L Whoelor, Chicago, 111; j. i,uvury
Cln, O i A B Tronkol, Cin, O ; j t Bel.
kerap, N O, La ; 0 G Uchlrcd, Chicago,
111 ; Dus J Barton, Bladwin Locomotive
Works, Phll'a i Col Young and wie, Mex.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
Ico j J A Ilrolnskl, Stioiilsj O S Hnskell,
Hi Jjouls; J. M. Uradloy, Surgeon, U a ,
h: J Mcndger, St Louis j Thos Hnteh,
Uolliidy't fifty-third monthly drnw-
ing will take pluco nt I'aducnh, Novem
ber, 27 1871. Among tno prizes nro $1,
000 dollars In greenbacks building lot in
Howling Green, $000 j horso, buggy nnd
harness, $C00; piano, S500; gold wntch nnd
chain, $250 ; fine old painting, $250 ; $100
in gold, and 403 other prixos consisting of
rclvct cloaks, silk drosses, overcoat, blan
kets, coverlets, sewing machines, cooking
stoves, solid silver-ware, gold and silver
wa'rhcs, standard books, musical Instru
ment', Ac. Tickets, $1 00 or six for $5 00.
For sale nt Goliad ay it Smith's Howling
Green, Ky., W. Scott Glorcs's, Louisville,
Ky., J. L. Powell's, Taducnh, Ky. Or
ders by mall or express shouid bo address
ed to J. L. Golliday, Bowling Green, Ky.
Lufltn, of the post office news stand is the
Cairo agent and has tickets for sale. tf.
A fine black mare, a good spring wag
on, and a set of new harness, for sale cheap
for cash. Enqulro at J. Burger's, 141
Go to Jorgenscn's for importod Dun-
deo ornngo marmalade, tho celebrated
London crystal vinegar, in quarts, and
holco Genoese figs. tf
Tuber Brothers, having obtained for
tlioir wntch department somo or tho very
best workmon to bo found, aro now pre
pared to turn out work in that lino with
but little delay. Thoso having lino nnd
difficult work requiring the most skillful
workmen may now bo assured of obtaining
satisfaction. The llneit pattorns of jow
olry, &c usual, arc made to order nt prices
thnt defyjcompctitlon. octSOtf.
D. Lamport has removed his shop
from Ohio Lcvco to Eigth, bolwccn Com
mercial and Levee, and ho now invites
his friends to one of tho beat fitted shops
in tho city. Everything is kept in tho
neatest nnd best manner possible ; snow
white towels, bright, keen razors, pure
water, fragrant soaps, clear oils nnd fine
perfumery. Smooth shaves, thorough
shampoos, fashionable hair-cutting, hair
curling or dressing for gentlemen, ladies
or children, and polito attention is always
in readiness for those who favor him with
their patronage. octSdlm.
The merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Lchning & Kobler, on tho south side of
Eighth street between Washington and
Commercial avenues, opposite Honny's
dry-goods store, has been open only a few
weeks and already these gentlomo arc ob
taining a fair sharo of the patronage
of tho public. Thoy are both practical
men first-class mechanics and are will
ing to guarantee satisfactory work. They
keep on hand always a full lino of pieco
goods, to which thoy direct tho attention
of all who wish to havo made clothes
that nro worth the money paid for them.
Cleaning nnd repairing dono neatly at
Saup has received, in anticipation of
the holidays, a very largo nnd vnricd stock
of tovs. Ho always is first in this depart
ment, nnd is recognized ns par excelltnt,
the toy mnn of Cairo. There is nothing
that can bo thought of to tickle the juven
ilo fancy that he has not laid in stock not
a email assortment, but one large enough
to mako happy all tho boys nnd
girln of Alexander county, and furnish
a big stock to oicli of the jobbers in all tho
towns surrounding Cairo, within a radius
of a hundred miles, ntSt. Louis and Cin
cinnati prices. Thu attention of the gen
eral public, and especially of small dealers
is particularly invited to Mr. Saup's stock.
The family grocery store of Bixby &
Kochlcr is being patronised largely by peo
ple who liko fino grocoriesJiTheir location
on tho north side of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington av
enues, is a central one, and their stock has
Leon selected with discrimination, there
fore this now candidate for public pntron
ngo meets exactly tho wants of tho peo
ple. Messrs. Koehler & Bixby prnposo to
keep up tlioir reputation bynlways selling
tho beat of all sorts of grocories to their
patrons nnd tho public, knowing thnt peo
ple gcncrnlly nro awnro of the fact that
ranlly good nrticlos of any kind nro nl
wuys tho cheapest in tho end. tf
Bemaiilk and Safe. Dr. Henry Boot
nnd Plant Pills nro mild nnd pleasunt in
their oporntion, yet throrough, producing
no nausea or griping. Being entlroly
vegetablo, they can bo taken without re
gard to diet or business. Thoy arouse tho
liver und sccrotivo organs into healthy
action, throwing off dlsoaso without ex
hnusting or debilitating tho system. Try
them and you will bo satisfied, l'rico 2f
cents a box. Sold by druggists and deal
ers in medicine every whoro. Proparod by
tho Grafton Medicine company, St. Louis,
Tim Saui'lk Boom. Mr. 1. Fltzgor
aid's sample room, at tho corner of Four
teenth street and Commercial nvonuo, is
supplied with aa flno a stock of wines
Scotch and Irish whiskies, cigars, etc., as
was over offered for sale in this city. Mr
F. is doing a wholesale business, and bo
ing thoroughly acquainted with tho bus!
ness in which he has embarkod, feels con
fident of his ability to sell his goods as
cheap, if not cheaper, than any other cs
tabllshment in tho city. Ho solicits
ihn.ro of the public patronage. octlStf.
Aoenth Wanted. An, experienced
agent wanted for each county in the United
States. Business lucrative, pormanent and
respectable, i rom $5 to $7 per day, cash
guurnntccd to the right mnn. Nono need
apply unless posscssod of sterling business
habits, not afraid of work, nnd well rteom
William W. Morkih & Co.,
01 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg, l'
"Wanted to Kxciianoe For Improved
uairo property, 100 acres of good land.
wiimn one mile nnd a hulf of Hickman
Kentucky, with good brick house nnd all
necessary out buildings. Tho placo also
has on It one thousand fruit trees. For
further information apply to
dAB. Mallory, Steamboat Agent.
THE BRIBACH TRAGEDY.
PltKMMIKART EXAMINATION OF MOiER
the Homicide The Evidence-Hem!
Motor, tho slayer of tho lato ltobort
Bribach, had n preliminary examination
yesterday beforo Esquires Bross nnd
Mcllnle. Tho exnminntlon took plnco in
tho room of tho county court, which was
woll-llllcd with spectators. 1). T. Lincgar,
Esq., nppenred for the accused. At about
half-past two o'clock the prisoner was
brought into tho room. Ho is heavy set,
about fivo feet ten Inches In Light, full
whiskers, blue eyes, a German enst of fea
tures, and anything but a dangerous look
ing man. During tho examination ho was
visibly affected, and whon tho justices au
nounccd their determination to hold him
over he shed tears. Wo heard him
say, in an undertone to his lawyer, that ho
would rather ho in Bribnch's coffin than
in his own unfortunate- position.
Stephen Swatiltz testified Whs In our
saloon between 8 and 0. Bribach wns in
with u, and drank sovcral
glasses of beer. Then this
mnn came in and took a glass of beer.
Tho bar kcoper proposed to piny n
gnmo of sixty-six. Bribach
said he would piny tho pris
oner for $10. Prisoner ngrccd j but then
said ho would not, thnt ho would piny
for tho beer. Bribach would not do that,
and began talking to him about the old
country. Bribach asked him whero ho
was from. Prisoner said ho wns from
Baden. Bribach said he was a linr, that
he must bo from Saxony, and doubled up
his fist to strike prisoner. Pruess caught
Bribach nnd told him not to
strike, that prisoner didn't want to havo
any difficulty. Brlbnch then treated tho
crowd nnd prisoner. While prisoner was
drinking, Swnntiz Introduced him to
Bribach, saying ho is a butcher and so-
loon keeper. I'risoner said in conver
sation that, now thoy woro acquainted,
Bribach might say what he pleased to
him and he wouldn't mind ; but, ho nddod
that ho wns glad Brlbnch had not struck,
becauso if "you had jumped on mo the
way you intended you might have been n
dead man." Bribach throw off his coat
and hat and struck prisoner with his hand
right and left and then caught him and
was trying to press him down. They got
twistod around and prisoner shored Bribach
towards the corner, whon witness caught
prisoner around tho arms. Saw blood
then. First witness knew of the r-tabbinc.
Bribach staggered, and witness helped
him to sit down ; then got a cot and laid
him in the hall. Ho died in about half a
hour or so after he wns stabbed.
Jno. Prouss testified Wns In the city
bewery in Cairo night of tho killing.
Bribach camo in and called tho crowd up
to drink. Prisoner camo in afterwards,
nnd spoke; passed his snuff box nround;
somo took f miff. Prisoner then snt down
at table on which cards woro; asked some
ono to play with him; Bribach said he
would for $10; prisoner did not say
much; secmod to think Bribach was ban
tering ; said ho would play for the beer.
Bribach talked to him ; told him he was n
d d liar; mado n (1st nt him ; witness told
him ho must not do so; that ho (Bribach)
had insulted tho prisoner first. Bribach
said they woro all friends; nsked all up to
drink; asked prisoner; nsked him thrco
times. Prisoner ncceptod the invitation.
"While drinking Bribach and prisoner be
gan talking about tho old country. Bri
bach asked him about distances between
places. Prisoner answorcd. Bribach told
him ho was a d d liar. Prisoner told
him if he knew so well himself he should
not have asked tho questions. Then thoy
got to be frionds again. Swunitz intro
duced tho two. Bribach invited thn pris
oner to come to his house ; prisoner said iio
would; that, now he knew Bribach, ho
would take almost anything from him
that ho saw he liked a good deal of fun;
hut that if ho (Bribach) had rushed on him
beforo he might havo been a dend man.
This soemed to nngcr Bribach. Ho threw
oil' his hat and coat; struck prisoner throe
or four times; caught him nnd was trying
to crush him down. Paw prisoner put
his hand in his pocket; prisoner thought
ho might bo drawing a piitol and got out
tho back door, but camo in ngaln ; saw
prisoner hold up his hand and heard him
ay saveral times : " Don't strike mo ngnin
or I'll stick you. haw bwanitz catch
Henry Wnlbnum testified that he wont
into tho brewery on night of trngedy, and
saw a party playing cards; they got up;
the barkooper didn't havo timo to play ;
asked Swunit' to plnv. Bribach said ho
would play for ten dollars ; prisonor said
all right ; Brlbnch said "put up your mon
ey;" prisoner said ho had not socn IiIh
money yet. Bribach throw n roll of bills
out on the table; prisoner said ho could
not toll whether tho money was ten dol
lurs or not. Tho 5barkeeper told thorn
there could bo no playing for money. The
prisoner proposed to play for tho boor.
Bribach said ho didn't havo timo and he
would rather treat tho crowd. Prisoner
said something I didn't understand; it
socmea to arouse Bribach and he wanted
him to tako it back, and shook his fist
Preuss interfered. Bribach treated, and
they got Into conversation about tho old
eountry. Bribach asked whero ho was
from ; prisonor said Baden. Bribach asked
the distances; prisonor answerod; Bribach
said ho was a liar. Prouss again inter
fered. They drank again, and tho pris
onor saiu ne intgni say anything he pleased
to him. Don't know whothor Bribaph
was drunk or sobor; can not
say he was drunk, but he had
been drinking and was talkatlvo, and
Dr. "VVadgymar testified that tho
prisonor called on him at about 0 o'clock
on the night of tho tragody nnd said:
"Como with me, quick, Doctor, 1 havo
stabbod a man at tho brewery 5" that ho
bad drossed tho wound and that it oc
casioned the death of deceasod.
Goo. Wcldon testified "Was sitting in
at Gates', A young man ran down street
aftsr an officer, Asked him what wasitho
oatter. Said a man was hurt at tho brew
ery; went up to the brewery; met pris
oner coming out of Schonemoyor's and
told him be wa my prisonor. lie nikcd
NOVEMBER 10, 1871.
what for. I told him for hurting a man
nt tho browery. Ho snid all right.
Wanted Brlbnch to identify him. Said:
"No uso ; I did it, nnd hero is tho knife."
Mr. Linegar addressed tin court at con
tldornblo length, nrgulng thnt tho prison
er had acted in solf-dofonso.
Tho court hold tho prisoner In tho sum
of $2,000 to nnswer nt tho iiexl term of
the circuit court.
Steamer Dexter, Now Orleans.
" John Kyle, Now Orleans.
" A. Baker, Capo Girardeau.
" St. Luke, Memphis.
" S. H. Long, Mbn'd City.
" Columbia, Arkansas Blver.
" Silver Bow, St. Louis.
" Louisville, Now Orleans.
" Adn Heilman, Memphis.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Col.
" St. Josoph, St. Louis,
Btoamcr Dextor, St. Louis.
.Inlin Kvln HI T.nnl.
St. Luke, St. Louis.
S. 11. Long, unknown.
Columbia, St. Louis.
Stvcr Bow, Bed River.
Jas. Fisk, Jr., Pnducnh.
St. Joseph, Memphis.
Mary Millar, New Orleans.
Boh Boy, NoW Orleans.
Tho Ohio is still rising and has risen 4
inches during last 24 hours. Tho Missis
sippi is falling with lars than flvo feet
in tho channel. Reports from Bed rivor
says that it is rising yet. At Littlo Rock the
river Its still falling. At Dubuque tho
river is stationary and falling at St. Paul.
At Cincinnati tho Ohio still continues
swolllng with an improved channel to
Louisville. At Evansvillo tho river is
stationary. "Weather yesterday was clear
nnd pleasant nnd business on tho land
ing was very active.
Hems of cargo. The John Kylo put off
here 120 halo cotton. Dexter discharged
92 bnds green hides, 15 bbl pecans, 12 pkg
wool. St. Luke had 12 bales cotton. Ill
inois brought 3 car loads lumber for I. C.
R. R. Co. Tho Fisk had 175 bnds iron,
110 pkg wagon stuff, 30 bundle handlos
and 39 pkg dried fruit. Louisvillo had 38
bnds green hides, 00 bnds. gunnies, 64
crates and 1 cask quoonswaro. Tho Baker
had for tho South 612 bbl flour, 100 bbl
lime and 160 sacks bran.
Miscellaneous. Tho Ada Heilman,
from Memphis, came up rather light. She
is now loading for a return trip nnd will
get away to-day Tho Atlantic is still
hero receiving freight on her barges ; how
evar, she will get awny to-dny sometime
with a full tow. Tho Louisville, from
Now Orleans, had but little freight. Sin
will begin loading for tho south the first
of noxt week. Tho passenger list of the
linker from Capo Girardeau was not very
hugh being only ono docker. Mr. Foun
tain Hngy woll-known in tho city is her
clerk. Tho Bob Roy filled up with all the
freight she wanted, nnd loft at day light.
She had a good lot of passengers. Capt.
Dugnn returned from St. Louis yesterday,
whero ho was on a business trip. Tho
Miller laid hero all day yesterdny, trnns
fcrring and receiving freight. Sho left
sometimo during the nfternoon with a fair
trip. Tho Suint Joseph for Memphis re
ceived considerable freight. Honry Pnrtce
is back on her again. Owen G. Gates is
back ngnin in tho office of tho Doxtor. He
was or tho Lucy Ilortram ono trip. John
Huudloy deck sweeper on the Tom Jaspor
was drownod whilo in tho act of drawing
a bucket of wator. John Laughlais, 2nd
clerk of tho Richmond last season, is at bis
home in Capo Girardeau. Ellis Harris was
wailed on by n couple of ladies for a
donation to somo kind of a fair, and just at
that particular time ho had business on tho
other wharfboat. Tho Argonaut laid down
in tho Kentucky bend all day yesterday
taking on lumber. It is probablothnt tho
Eckert will go down to tho assistance
of tho Hamilton.
Ho I for Hnllyl
Now Store I Now Goods I
Best assortment of
Cooking nnd Heating Stoves
over brought to Cairo,
on Washington avenue, three doors above
Try the Wonderful Japanese
Gkeen Tea Pile Cure It hns never
failed iu tho most stubborn cases. It
cures by absorption. No pain. No in
jurious substunces. $6.00 given for every
authenticated failure. Sent by mnil to
nny address on receipt of price ($1.00)
and 20c extra to pay postage Orders
must bo nddrosscd
William W. Morris & Co.,
Solo proprietors for Unitod States nnd
HritUli Provinces, 01 Fourth Avonuo
Pittsburg, Pa. novlcod3m.
Whero nro you going? To tho placo
number 63, Ohio lovce, whoro thoy keep
tho host fresh oystors, fish and gamo, and
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars to be
found in tho city. Open at all hours, day
er night. J. E. Parks
Brick Stork yon Rent. Tho brie
storo, No. 78, Ohio Loveo, now occupied
by P. M. Stockfloth, Esq., is offorcd foi
ronl, and will bo vacant on tho 18th inst
Apply to Jno. B. Piiillis.
Truth. Tho powers of Mts. Whit
comb's Syrup for children aro as positivt
as the mihlight from Heaven, and gontl
and soothing as an angel's whispor.
Foil good photographs, porcelain pic
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call ot
ThomaB, No. 124 Commercial avenue. Ilr
s a good workmnn. Givo him a trial.
If you dosiro rosy cheeks and a com
ploxlon fair and free from Pimples Blotchci
and Eruptions, purify your blood by taking
Dr. Pjorco'a Golden Medical Discovery
It hits no equal for this purpose 683
For Sale. A Grovor ii Baker sowing
machine, in porfoat order nnd but littlo
used. Any ono wishing to purchaso may
mako a good bargain by application at this
Joroknson has Just received a largo sup
ply of Portland bll'.o berries. Try themt.
Slkepino Booms For. Rent. Ton
wollvontllntcd slcoplng rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City Nntlonnl Bank.
Fon Sale. A cottneo on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern nnd out
houses complete. Apply to
"W. "W. Thornton.
Adams' dry corned fish, n most delicious
nrtlclo, in nbundnnco nt Jorgonson'a gro
cery storo. tf.
Oysters. Louis Horbort has alwas on
hand a fresh supply of Saddlo Rock oys
Go to Dr. McUauley for Rattingor's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills
Those French Cherries, in syrup, so
popular with connolscurt. are sold by Jor
Try tho Amorican club fish, put up n
oil, to bo found nt Jorgonscn's.
The finest vanilla chocolato paste in
glass, nt Jorgonson's. tf.
The best East India dry preserved glii
gor at Jorgenscn's. tf.
Paul G. Schuh sells Battingcr's modi
Litti.k Muck Clams (quahnugs) ai
CItjr Mallounl Hank nulldlatr.
taswBpecUl attention paid to orders trout steam
boata nliiht or dar."
Dealer In all kladaol
STAPLE AND FANCY
Farmer' Yard aad Ntablipaj
Cor. WAshington-av and Twentieth-st.
U CAIRO, ILLINOIS
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
t'otninrrrlnl Air-iiiir, oipkllr F.lllo
anu Jlity lliorli'n
CLOTHING FOB LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Ready. Made.
Has received a full and complete stock of goods
the newest and couiplelest lu ttiu city. An nn
raenie varity ot
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGE
he ofTara great inducemats to her patrons and
airothera tocall on her.examtn the prices, ntylea
and quality o; ner goous.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamenta
DecorHtlvr Fnperhaiiifliitc, Knlhoiiiin
Done in tho highest ttyle ot the art, and a
niton mat ueiy cuiiipeiiuun.
SHOP IN rERRY HOUSE, CORNER OF 8t
STREET AND CMMERCIAL AVENUE.
CARL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do all kinds of plain and oroa
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
SIGN WRITING, ETC.,
At figures which defy all couipetlon, and in the
hlgheei atyle cT the painters art.
SHOP IN THE PERRY nOUSE,
COnMXK OF COMMERCIAL AYXNUB AND
XIOHTH STHKE T.
CAIRO CITY COAL
la prepared to aupply customer with tho bast
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
-ORDERS least HallWoy Broi. office, 70 OHIO
J LEVKK, or at theAcoal Yard below the tit,
Cnarlea Hotol, will receive prompt attention.
TUBTUd i'montauK" vrlllbilnir coal alone
ldo suiuiwi at an j hour,
1HIY OOO DM.
C. IL AN NY.
A UGH STOCK.
S T R I P E S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, KJCTItA,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
HI EatlreHtock Now Cloning Oat'
VERY LOW FIGURES.
f'nuyitu Htii ht . ivn rnuii nrir a f -a v
WIN FX AND UtlCURe.
Inaparlvr and Wholroalf Dealer
Agent fur the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
75 Ohio Levee,
II CAIRO. ILLINHl
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
tt'ccsMoa romi a srorariarii
Rrs-llryer and Wholesale. Dralor
Foreign aad Donteatle
WINES AND LIQUOR
No. f2 Ohio Lkvke, J
CllRO 1 I.MMIIH.
Kkeepaon hand constantly a full stork
niucsT iioiirbon, me ana jionou
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E T C,
Ohio Levee : :
oicisi roMLv riLiio;
Q. D. WILLIAMSON.
0 A I n 0, I LI, INC lfl,
REAL ENTATE AGENT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
tiuat TFarn Afrits A firVT
7J (second FLOOR) OHIO LKVM,
Buy and Skm. Rkal Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Ai I ureter Conveyances of Kinds.
PAINTB, Oim, ete-
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINT3,
Putty, Ilmalne, Oaaollav,
And tha calibrated illumlnatlog
nuoss' BUII.DINO, COR. IIth-st, a com-mircial-av.,
George, the barber lately with Theobald and
Eschbsch, has opened a New lUasia Buor, oa
Commercial avenue, between IT wd lth street.,
for the accommodation ot ladles and gentle-neu
or the upper part of the city. Ha Invites all hi
old and new Inenda to visit his shop, and as
sures them polite attention and unequalled work ,
either la hair curling, cutting', shaving orshaiu