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TIME TAIILE Or THE ILLINOIS central r.
On and after Bunday, May I4lh, 1871, the IV'0
tie, time-table will govern the airltal ao''ueP
an of passmgtr (rain t Cairo I
thparl Mail (rain, Ullj..
.... 4:00 a.m.
.... 1.00 .m
r.x press, uaiiy..
Cairo , and ''" Bll0f u-
rtoehsrareefcars from Cairo to St. Loul'.
tkmt f.nn from Cairo to Cblcuso. fani
rwfe Boom aleeping can on mh'
aor checked to all important
CAIRO AND itOUSD CITY
trill make three trips daily.
ult1l HIIO t ItiTlKO MOt XD tITT
At v...--...- ......a.m. At lino.....- '"
41 II,..-.... .m. I At liDU P m.
At I -p.m. At 6..... ..p.m.
FUreeath way, 30 cents! 10 tltket. tot 12 60.
Elll lam, when halted, at any good intermediate
dinjlor paingeror freight, novzllf.
EVANSVILLK AND CAIRO,
tU'S FOWLER - - Master
Will lT Cairo for Eransvllle f very Sunday ami
Thursday evenings, at 4 o'el.wJ, p.m. For
fralrnt or passage, apply oa board or to
Jan 3 if JAS. IIIGG3, Agt.
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
The splendid steamer
Joe Fow Irr, Mitater.
its Cilro DULY, (-i in J iy oxcaptod) at
m. Kor Irolnlit or inio aplr on board or
Ciitaberlnml Iltvpr I'nekett
NA6HVILLE, CLAI1R3VILLE AND
Th iplemlid tleamcr
TOM nAllMAN...MuUr AI.F.X. II A UP DerW
wlllltme Clro every Satur.tay alio clock p. in
illfliiKiTiur, .iij .'nautili;. rui irviKUt I
Titftace, apply on DoarJ or to
laoatf j A3 nions, Ae'I.
IfAaHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The gallant iteamer
OWKN DAV13.Maitr Clerk
Will If are Cairo erery Thtinday at 6 o'clock D.m
for .anhrille, Clnrksvllleaud nil way points. r"or
wciKiii or piMiea ajiniy on imhhj or (o
JauSlf. JAU. HIOUS, Ag't.
NASliviLLE, OLA Vl'liS VI L L E " AND
The nood uleamer
WH.r.r SIMM 3...Mler -Clerk
Wll leare Cairo crvry Jllondny at fl o'clock, p.m.
for Naihrlilo, and nil way porta Kor ttelM ot
pnj.ee, apply on boiH-J or lo
janJtf JA. IHrtflfl, Axt.
FOR SALE, ) For Hale r FOR SALE,
' I Kor Kale J
?OU SALE.jKoJrUieU'OR SALE.
Faro from LivKitroor,
Faro from LoyDCNDERitr
Faro from Ulasuow,
Faro from Queenstowx
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $-1 8-
Satlord, Morris Jt Cn
Liverpool New.Totk ahd Philadelphia
aza conraicT with vsitid STATrs.axD laiTiin
For Cirrying tlio Mnlls.
ron passa'g'e tickets
on rvxTHza i.vroaxtTioM
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Act.'
is Broadway, .Vew.Yorl, ortu
ii, iron tt,
Wa.hlngton Arenue, Cairn. nnis. 51
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. 1).
KESIDKNCr-No. !il 'rmrtevnih .Ireet, be.
., ni:,'7 Washington avenue an I Walnut slrett,
omce liicominereUI atenue, m. lair.
0. W. DUNNING, M. I).
T)F.3riKNCE-cornrNinlh and Walnut ala.
A)11' u "-oofoer Mxth utreel mil -linn lovee.
Ottice hours from 6 a.m. to la in , nnd u p.tu
H. WARDNER. M. I)
RBff)KNCK Corner NineUemh street an
Washington avenue, near i-oiirt lioiike. oi
tica over IIih postolflue.
O.'liei- hour" 10 lo i
in. ana 1 10 1 o.m
R.S. RRIOHAM, M. I).,
OrncE, 130 Commkwum. A vf.l'nlt
Offleehours.titolOa.m.. and Mm ,,.,, K(.,,I
dence, No, It Ninth alteet. Cairo. UN. Mnn '
ALLEN, MULKEV k WHEELER
COUNSELtiRS AT LAW,
William J. Allen. 1
John II.Mulliey, V
anrPsrtlcular attention paid to rlvor and ad
OFFICE-Over FirstNltioa.l Bank, Ohio Levee,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William Ii. Gilbert
Bi!amte'i:,.lf!,1",''n t!lT',0 10 Admiralty
orncx omo levee, booms 7 and 8 over
CITV NATIONAL HANK.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
li llt VVIlk.
' ,,6A,W,1) Proprietor
f otxia omo iim, ttcouvtr,,
She Only Firtt-Ctuti Home in tht City
Jfrf.fS? C0Btd (0 Bli from the Denot
roll MWtl'IIIS, V10KSHURO AND
The excellent passenger packet
all way point?", TIiIn
for iroleht orpaesase
Leave as a'ove arid
apply on liotril. or
1 the omcooi euner wnar.-
0. C. JACCARD & CO S Il
lustrated Price List and
Catalogue of Walth am, How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard & Co's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, &c.
When in St. Louis you are
invited to inspect their mag
nificent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH St., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
ssrWatches, Clocks and Music
Boxes Repaired nnd Warranted.
Orders bv mail nromotlv atten
Tor City Mnrsltnl.
We arc nutlioriinl to announce Andrew Cain
as a candidate lor re-election to theofflce of City
Marshal at tho approaching charier election.
For i'lly Trpannrrr.
We nre authorltod to announce Mr. Jonpli B.
Taylor m a I'andlilalo for re-elecllon to tho ofllce
City Treasurer at the enmilnK charter
l'or City Clerk.
We are authorized to announco Michael How
ley ak a candidate for re-election to the office ot
City Clriknt the ensuing charter election.
For Clly Attorney,
We areaulhorlrol to announce Mr. P. It. Pope
as a candidate for re-election lo llin omen of City
Attorney, at the ensuing chnrter election. la
We are authorized to announce Fredollne
Bros ai aranilidate for re-election to the ofllce of
Police MtKUtrate, at tlio ensuing charter elec
M. r.uiTon: VUa announce that, In the
event ol no contention helng held for the nom
nation of caudldaies nt the enmiing charter clec
tlon.l will he an independent candidate forth
otlice of Police Magistrate. C. WINSTON.
Feh.li. 187;. td
KDiioa lK'LLtTi.N ; Ple.ie nnnounco Alfrod
Coming, as an Independent eandldato for alder
man from tho Second ward.
Wo ore authorlztd to announce O. W. Hen
dricks an a candidate for alderman from tho
A reiuliir ronrocalion of Cairo It. A.
Vrchapter No. 71. will ho held at Masnnlo
JJ hall this, Tuesday evening, Feb. '.'Oih
lt"i. t 7JJ n'clnik, Vlnilnig compan.
iiinr aru iiHieruallt invm-il. 11
M. V.x. A. I. K. KOIWMYK
By order ot tho
l'tlbllslicU cvorj- mornlntc, Momliiy ex
eei'li'd. GENERAL ITEMS.
Hubbell, the crystal gum m.ni, h in
Col. Taylor is expected homo this
.ludgo Allen hns returned from n pro
truded professional visit tir Miirphysboro.
Ashton, of Chicago, somowhat colo-
bratvd in the local politics of that city,
wan in town yesterday.
was in teflon yeitord iy furotiooii. Vory
littlo business was tr.insactod.
Wo havo rcceivo 1 ono valentine, a fear
fully ugly ono, which does our porsonal
beauty great injustice.
a colored (Iniiisal owning tlio alias of
"Freuchy," wns lined yesterday for drunk
en nnd disorderly conduct.
by Hon. Win, Pamonp, bot'oro tlio CJ. SI.
C. A., Inst night was well uttend, nnd tho
lecture, it tM, ono of tho best ovor
delivered in this city.
propose, ns will bo seen by hl mmounce
nient thi mnniing, to ropreienl.thu third
wnrd in the csuncll. Ho win in' nco be
fore nnd nttuiided to his dtitici faithfully.
Juhn Fl vim, who is u (Jonnan with nn
IWih nume, wm sunt by Hrusi to the calu.
booso for ten days, ho LnvJriir linen run.
victoJ of the high crimo and misdemeanor
of drunkenness nnd fightines.
MeUalii's chain gang havo "creeled " a
"ivj cronshig over Cwnmcrcial avonue
Wfilitb street, nnU repaired the cross
ing over Vu,Vii1Kiim ayenuo at tho snmo
""i much needed improve-
veS" .1,HkUr ",re0,,fZC'Uc'roultcourt
jesterday morning , pu..,Un(;o f .
Jourmenf, hut only organized. ,.,
unUiilshcd business will bo dUpoJj '.
and tli. court will adjourn tine ttit. iv,
estlon will not j.robably lu,t longur than
wie enu oi the current uvah,
NEW LIVERY KTA1ILK.
Perry Powers Is preparing to build a
livery stable on tho south-west corner of
Commercial1 nvonuo and Tenth street. Ho
will probably commence on n homo's tail
nnd nbridl, nnd grow to bo it big follow
niiong tho IWery men.
"Hill llrown coinu duwir with trash cal
lod casV'Mia Rrois yesterday to AVil
Hum llrown who had been drunk anddia.
orderly and hud mashed John Ooeckol'B
windows; but 1111 did not respond and
mustturryin jail for tlio space of eleven
WILEY x uixn Y
haveoponed tho grocery and piovlsion
Horo lately occupied by Churlos Evans
viMiiington avenue, betweon Kiglah and
TIIK CAIRO DAILY
Ninth streets, Bm' ''vo furnished It with
H.uUff trieily toiiublo family groceries.
Vegetables, gnmo nnil poultry In season,
mill goods doll voted to any part of tlio
Snturdnv nnd Sumlav nnd Monday was
all that "could bo desired In tho way of
HI1.1, OH AY
the blnck man Hint everybody knows nnd
everbody likes, foil into the compnny of
four whit men on Sunday night, nnd got
soundly thrnshed just becnusc, you soi,
Hill wouldn't admit that ho wns poor blnck
....i. !.,r...i, i I.I. nunllnnta sa
In nor.onnl hflnutv nnd deconcv. Shcchan
and Martin, who nroolwavs on hand when
needed, gobbled Rill's " assnllnnls and
lodired thorn In the calaboose.
hlch died month' ago nnd wns not burled.
Is still lying on Tsnth trcct between tho
avenues, oxposed to public view. While
his porkshlp's corpso wr frozen still It
was not oircnslvo, but under tho rays ot
tho sun which hn concluded to shino for
nil, it will soon mako its presence known
to tho noso ns well ns the cyoof thopussor-
So let it ho buried decently, and
peace bo with the hoggish nihes.
Thobrldeo oror Muddy rlvor on tho
Illinois Central has boon repaired, nnd
yesterday tlio pasrcnger trains resumed
their regular trips. Hero is our authority
for tho statement:
F.ditor Bulletin :
All passenger train will rosume tlicir
regular trips on nnd nfter to-day.
James JOHN50N, Agont.
On Friday last nn accident occurred in
tho pump factory which resultod in tho
death of Mnrtin Walsh. He was work-
Ing at a buz saw, nnd n piece of wood bo-
enme fast In it, which, when hotrlod to
loosen it, wns thrown from tho snw with
groai lorco nnu itrucn .11111 on 1..0 Ur,B
01 tno noso. 110 was carrieu 10 111s uomo
by his follow-workmon who thought '
died on Saturday night. Mrs. Walsh who I
wua .1. ciu.u UUu win o Beriou.iy huvku
i -1. 1 1 1 i..i ! i -i 1 1 1
maiiior mo is uespnireu 01.
Tho church of the Rev. T. J. Shores was
dedicated on Sundav Inst with considornblo
pomp nnd ceremony. Rev. Mr. Thayer
mado the dedicatory sermon and prnyor,
nnd Rev. Mr. Thomson alsogavo to Hov.
Mr. Shores his nssistnnca in tho interesting
ceremony. Qrcat enthusiasm was man
ifested by the congregation much r.cal
nnd n dotcrminntion to go on straight to
glory. At tbo conclusion of Mr. Thay.
orshcrmon, woicu is said lo liaro been a
first-class specimen of gcuuino oxlempor-
ancoiH eloquence, n collection was tnkon
up nnd the congrogation contributed over
i;)00 In ;m nil' lli.i ihilit of tile nil il roll
Saturdny and Sunday nights wcro pro
line of fights. On Saturday night a coun
ty constable, being somewhat the worso for
wear In n drinking bout, in tho bcliofthatlt
was about timo to establish n roputntlon
fur pugilism, struck out with his list nnd
swung his right foot mid got it butcher
out of n saloon near this ofllcn in double
quick time. Tho disturbance raised tlio
neighborhood, and mudo us palo with
fright. As varioty wo liked it vory much
but our saloon friend would do well if he
would manage to not have such affairs oc
cur with nny considerable regularity night
On Sunday night n big row occurred
on Washington avenue nearSuvcnthstreet,
in which seven or oiglit bloods wcro pro
miscuously mixed in tho knocking about
amusemont. Probnbly, tho heads of somo
would hava beon brokon, shooting dono,
tabbing indulged in, but, presto I Just
whon tho thing was nssuining a serious as
poet, when A had 11 down, nnd C wns
about to put n head on I), nnd E was in tho
act of broaking it stone on F's bond, Slmo-
han nnd Martin turned up or in or out nnd
ncted as oil on troubled waters quioted
tlio boy. Yesterday fivo of them
appeared before Ilross, nnd although they
hinted that thoy woro voters and would
exeroiso tho noble privilege of throwing
thoir ballots next Tuesday, hodosod thorn
with n lino of 5 nnd costs ouch; nnd so
each placed it $10 bill in tho squire' hand
and tearfully left the room swearing they
hnd no idea Hruss would go back on them,
and declaring their bullef that ho would
flno his father nnd grand fatberand nil his
own family if he had only half achanco.
It i astonishing, and every day adds to
tho wonder, that our pooplo aro fulling
into thoovll ways of our lets godly neigh
bors. Hut tho fuct has become potunt,
and on overy hand wehcarof mornl short
comings, and of tbo virtues tumbling Into
the bottomless pit of sin. There, for in
atancc, wns that Bmall but rather comely
young man, n model of propriety, who
lately became uttnehed to a traveling
troupo of plnyors. Would it ho bolioved
that he had, by n pocullar hocus pocus,
been Induced by a lady of th troupe to
uy away with her nnd bo happy, that
even ho had yielded to tbo voice of tho
'n, and braving tlio anger of tho hus
bHti4 v,.),,, u ,I)re8Ulnoj wouj bo torrlblo
m wri,, ,md llc(, wkh U)0 ,,Ioaijlni
woman, ,m4 u now In search of n bower
Wr u . '""J nly Ul companionship
of hi, lumo" una ,atUt0 hs burning
loo? e cannot believe U,Ult ,, too
uuch for our credulity, but they dosar It
Ji.truo a dend.opon-aud-.hut fact
Thoro Is, us wo eeo things nt prebeiit, no
need of n convention of citizens, it u
prokablo that thoro will bo no organized
opposition to thu present eovornl city ofli.
oes, except Winston's opposition to Jiross,
and theso gentleman aro old and hand
some enough to fight thoir own battle In
their own way. It Is now snid that Scott
will endeavor to beat Cain, and sovoral
colored politicians aro anxious to put up a
candidal againit Howloy, but wo hope
RttrnniliO nnu Oftiminess. iiiuni'oi ""-' i --v i i j Ou ulislnn T.'........in. m
fellows of St. loaU and Chicago, who democrntlc council nt tl.o suggctlon of Btll.mfc
wcro In tbo clly, Ml Inollncd to tnrry democrntlc mcinbcru of tlio council, nnd If Wobstor PltUburg Momphli.'
nwlillo with tu 'so tliattbcy might "thaw now thoy should oppose HowUy nnd Ciiin Illinois..... Columbui ... Columbui.
. . iri..1....V.nnti n nvii-.ii-nrn mtf lliarn nntl nn linlil ht n I A,v1"ni...... it
BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEURUARY 20, 1872.
bettor conn'o!' v" provnll among tliuin.
I'nder tlm ndmlnlstrntlon of city nflalra,
of which administration Howloy nnd Cnln
wero part, tho colorod men or Cairo ob
tained their sharo of public employment.
Tlicy wero put upon tlio sldo-
walla ns laborers nnd rccolvod
the samo wages hb tlio whlto om-
becauso thoy nre democrats, thoy
prove thomiolves to hi n groat dcnlmeanor
tbnn wo bollcvo thctn to bo.
A NAIlllOW EHCAl'E.
On Saturday night n party of young
nntl middle-aged bucks, out on n "high
old time," entered a Commercial nvonuo
oon. nnd nurs stcd in ndctcrm nat on to
tny all night. Tlio dotcrminntion, to bo-
gin with, seemed n decidedly funny one,
which thoboys enjoyed with thc'nmlabltbar
tender ; but, aftor nwhllo, It beenmo a Tory
old storv to tho bar tender, who insisted
on cloarliiL' tho room. Ho succeeded.
but tho boys returned. Patience, somo-
bodv has suld, It tho second or third
torn well, one of tho numerous child-
ron of tho skies, nnd sometimes abides
with gcnlnl mixers of drinks 5 but with our
mixer Patience had played out, and ho
elected his tormentors. Thev then con-
eluded to rc-ontcr ugnin whether ho I
would or not, and annulled tho door,
whereupon tho nncry compoun-
der of drinks that exhilcrato
nH make drunk tot.out with his shooting
nn.i Uazod awav. Tho bnll crashed
u,roBll n window j,an8 nI,d took a amall
, ,.,.. ,,, rti., ... e ono Df the
,,nnr nniinnu. nntleman who t
nnolher establishment also .dishes out
e-ood Honors at the usual prino per class,
,0iHiroront man of tho bar Ibon r-
nentinir his rashnoss opened tho door nnd
llko n frftn. feuow hegged pardon nnd
,i.n,i . iin nrJ0ned-sked for bread ns
it wcro nIlj Kul n 6lone. Tho man
wltll t10 wounded car, with n
cilerity of molion nstoniMilng to behold,
. k n,,. ghootcr behind tho car, and
or rnlh.r sldowalked him'
UVhoroupon i,ig companions, among whom
WftJ ft promirlont nwycr of t)10 cilyi dC
cnrcd for ft ffB0 nnJ fujr flg)lt tnd wcro
Bbout to ron. a ring when Sheohan and
ml lm..lehfi(1 dllllcnltv. Tho fines
havC rU bccn prov(lcll foFi vcaco hns been
declared nnd uvervbodv is sorrv. A
tomperanco tociety is talked of among tho
turbulent men who engaged in this bnttle
Smoked salmon nnd Yarmouth bloat-
ors,1ust received nt Jorgenson's. If.
Oyster Soup at Harry Walker's every
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Sir: Moscovits has sovoral barrel of lino
pecans nnd nn unlimited number of bush
els or peanuts, for Palo nt his store on
Washington nvenuc, between Oth and 10th
streets. AVo have sampled them nnd
know they uro good. It.
.Xow thnt llio f2irv ami VInnnnnn
railroad is a fixed fact tho contract
having been let, nnd work to bo commen
ced nt once, Jorgenson Is prepnred to soil
nil klndt of groceries chcapor than nny
other house in tho city. tl
Whoro nro you going? To tho plnco
number C!l, Ohio leveo, whoro they keep
tho best fresh oysters, fish nnd game, niiJ
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars to be
found in tho city. Open nt nil hours, day
or night. J. L. Park
.Mr. Gustav K!ingohr, a musician of
noted ability, who has for tho past fow
years, boen cngagod ns n professor in )al
timorc, Md., proposes to mnko his futuro
home in our city nnd now offers his scr
vices to tho public. Thoso who havo not
already ongnged competent teiichcrs would
do well to uddress Mr. Kllngsohr, Hox
11G3, Cairo, III. Also especial attention
glvon to piano tuning.
Mr. AV. II. Ryan has lately opened n
framo nnd picturo establishment on 8th
street, near cor. Washington nvonuo.
His stock comprises frames of nil styles
nnd sizes, nnd ninny very handsome pho
tographs, engravings, chromos, albums
etc. Ho hus nil sorts of mouldings nnd
makes the framing of pictures to order, u
specialty. Mr. R. invito! nil to call nnd
examine hn stock. Jan 28-lm-d.
Wo hnvo no hesitation in recommend,
ing William Killers, boot nnd bIioo maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. AYo
know whoroof wo apeak whon we eny tiia
work U dono in n muttorly manner nt the
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of stock, and ho cannot bo excelled in
tho dellcnto task of milking an exaot fit
Give him n call nt his shop on Twontlolh
street, betweon Washington avonue nnd
Poplar stroot, nearly opposito tho court
house, and wo will guarantee satisfaction.
Pat. Fitzgerald, of the Sample Rooms,
has recolved tho appointment of agont for
tho salo of tho llammondsport, N. Y.,
Urbanna AVino Company's wines in this
city. If tho bottlo with which wo wero
yestorday prosontcd is a samplo of tho
quality of theso wines, then we ore pre
purod to say thut thoy nro among tho best
wo have ovor tasted. IIo has just
received a largo consignment, which ho is
prepared to soil at tho lowost flgurers.
He has also on hand n largo und complcto
stock of tho various brands of Irish,
Scotch nnd American whiskies, nnd wines
of overy vurioty junl'Jdtf.
II la true that lllankenburg's Excel
sior saloon is now ono of the institutions
of tho city. All drlnkors who llko really
excollont liquors whiskies, wines, boor,
etc. go to tho Excolslor saloon, which Is
fitted up in splondld stylo. Ulankonburg
who knows how to koep n saloon, spreads
a flno froo lunch overy morning nnd eve
ning, nnd, ns ho forcibly oxprcssos It,
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." IIo
bas etnployod tho services of a flrst-rnto
pianist, who makos tho grand piano
which stiinds In ono ond of tho saloon
peak out n Wllicni tonos. Everybody
i Invited. Tlio host ordor is maintained
and all Improper characters supprossod
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the 'Excolsior aaloon
s at the corner of AYashlngton avonue and
arrived and departed.
Bte.lme r. Wliem frnln. Where In.
Kate Roblns'n Kviinsvlllc.. Kvnnsvlllo.
r..i narge...A'icksbtirg...St. Louis.
uiuuriy -i nusimrg.
in . .
CONDITION Of THE ltlVKIlS.
Tho rlso from tho Ohio renched hero
f"1" dn' n'8llli nnJ inco then tho river
oorn rl!,nB. " risen 20 Inches
xm,uonumon oi tno Uhlo
" BUU" "nvignuoii will bee n m-
II. i.i r .t ....
v...Liii.mvii nnu ociow here
bonis will llnd big water. At Cincinnati
tboro about 23 feet In tho channel, and
risin8 very fast. At Pittsburg tht Ohio Is
.1... .rl.. .h.i . ... tii it ... i
clear r lco. nnA open to hcollng. Tho
ieo 1,10 Allcghnny romnlns firm, but n
lcw uavH 01 lMWrag weainer win looson
il' Cumberland river continues falling
Tho rlso in tho Mississippi continues,
and has caused tho ico gorge nt Sulphcr
Springs toglvo way, and hoavy Ico will
probably pass down tho river from that
region. Navigation In that rlvar romalns
suspended, but thero nra good Indications
l the river being opened In a few days.
-i-icro was ono ileparturo for St. Louis
yesterday, nnd tho probabilities aro thnl
tho tindertnking will bo nccompllshed
'Jo,ow ncro clin bc "eund U feet lnrgo to
Joir.priH, nnu picniy 01 water below tnero
There nre several boats loading nt Louts-
villo lor the south, llius it will bescen, that
e long every thing will bo lively In that
business and weatheii
Ruslncss on tho landing was vory fair
ftntl considerable freight wns handldd by
l"0!D uoal" ulnl nro toauing.
T,l woathor yesterday wns delightful
Tho dny opened with a bright sun. Tho
leveo was crowded with people tho entire
The Emlllo La Uargc started for St
Louis on ono wheel, having broken a shaft
on her way up from Vicksburg.
Tho Kckert was towed alongside the
-unry r.. rorsytn, nnu pumped tno water
r 11 it .a . I
uui 01 ner nun
1 , I ..I,
Tho Dexter will nearly fill out nt the
whito warehouse. Sho received 3.000bar
Si.0 ",u. id.ft-j:,.a,nd,TC,t"day .,h0
ui3v.iiivu i,ivv uura ui rnuruitu iron uos
tlncd for St. Louis.
The Indiana clcarsd for New Orleans
Sunday night, with all the freight sho
Tho Webster got her barges off Grand
cllnin nt"l passed down for Memphis
Tho Kate Robinson passed down for
Momphis heavily loaded nnd refused
Capt. Dugan, of tho T. F. Kckert, re
ceived a dispatch from Cincinnati, calling
him tnero and ho I a it on Sunday s train
Capt. Jnmcs Dawson of the Mary Alico
was in town yestorday. It is reported that
J,. ,..n t,. tnko command of ns lino
craft ns ever set sail. Mnv a jnuall soon
Tho riso in tho Ohio has lot a number
of produco boats get out and quite n num
ber pass this harbor dally.
Clly .ulloiinl Ilitnk Itiilliliiia;,
M.SpccIal attention paid to orders Irom steam
oats night or cUv.'SO
n. LEVY it CO. PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET
Ilelow will bo found the corrected list
of prices paid by H. Levy & Co., for
hides, furs, feathorj, wool, tallow, bees
wax, nnd all kinds of country produce.
I.ovy & Co. do it very largo trndo In their
lino, and it is u woll known luct that they
alwuys pay tho highest prices to bo oh-
taineu in mis marKei. 'iiiov nre now
Mink S2 00a 2
Hotiso Cut 10 a 15
Musk Rut 15
"itor 5 00 a 7 00
Hear Skins oOitU oo
Heaver, per pound.
CO a 7o
HIDEO, PER POUND i
Reef Hides, Dry Salt
" " Green Salt
Tallow, par pound
Feathers, " "
27 a 37)1
IB a 'JO
V a 11! j
Hceswnx " "
-'5 a 28
The abovo prico list is subject to correc
The policy of the North Missouri Ins
Co,, is now, and nlways has been, to limit
its risks within tho range of anyone fire,
so that tlio destruction of uny town or
city would not sweep nwoy nnd considor
ablo portion of nsscts. This prudent fore
thought snved tho Company nt Chicago,
and will bo ono of its safeguards in tbo
Sakpord, Morris is Candee, Aqth.
The Gouge. 8 X 10 Photographic
A'iowsoftho Big Ico Gorge, nenr Co
lumbus, Kentucky, for sale at Thomas'
Photographic Gallery, corner ofEiehth
street and Commercial avenue. Prico, 00
nts, each. dlwiMU
Hoarding. One hundred day boarders
can bo accommodated at tho Commercial
holol with day board, first-clast faro, nt
tho low rata ofO per month.
Mrs. M.J. AVhite.
and Nurses. Mrs.
AVhitcomb's Syrup for diarrhea. &c. in
children, whether induced by teething or
othor causes, is tho safest and best remedy
Foil now citron, ornnco und lemon
pool, go to Jorgonson's cornor of Twen
tieth street and AVashington avonuo. tf
Yarmouth succotash and corn nt Jon
COMMISSION AND FOIlWAnniWl.
J. M. nilLLU'S & CO.,
(Huccciif nrs to K, II. Homlrlck" A Co., )
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdvancM inr i upon,
Are prepared to receire, store am nrwartl
iruiKIlia li nil i"uniiniiii'i wm;
ell on commlniion.
rPulne attended lo promptly
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
Aua Scaler foreign 1-ruitB and iNutt
No. 13-1 Commcreial-avc.,
0. 1). WILLIAMSON.
No. 70 Ohio Levee.
CAIRO, I MiINC 18.
BWSpeclal attention given to consignments
mathurs. e. c. uu 1.
MATIIUSS & UHL,
AND OE.N'l'.lt Al
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. 64 OHIO
Dtirtn fVur(A Jt SUIh Stt.,
PHIL LIS ASON
(Suocessors to Juo.n, Phlllls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.;
L'or. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
FORAVARDING M ERCHANTS.
No. 04 Ohio Lcvcc,
CLOSE & VINCENT.
Cement, Plaster Pahib,
Corner Eighth Nlrcet nnd Oblo fvee
STRATTON k BIRD
(Successors toHtratton, Hudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Lovee, Cairo, Illinois.
jflLLER '& "PARK ER,'
DEALERS IN FLOUR. CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRHANK'S SCALES
Omo Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
SAM AVIL SON,
DIR. ZEIS T
Ohio Lxykk ::i:t Cairo, III.
viotu raomrrtr rruu
MOORE k MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Dccorntlvo l'nprrliaiiKliitT, HnlaonilB
iiiiiem style oi me an,
fiat Jcfy competition.
SHOP IN PERKY HOUSE, CORNEH Or 8TK
1THEET AND CMMERCIAL AVENUE.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAB-
JOHN UATEH, Proprietor.
IDC Cmmercial Avenue, CAIRO, II.MNOIHJ
Best brand of CallfornlaClgarsJust reoelveil,
BlI.I.IAltD snloon furnlsheil with tho Nat ol
table I and bar annulled with wtnen. Iliuori
and elgam of the Onest brand.
And Peattr In Foreign and Domastia
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOAR3
97 Ohio Levee,
Between Ninth and Tenth Blreals,
W. II. MOURIH,
II. II. CANDEE
No. Pub. and U. B. Com.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
NORTH AMERICA. PAM
Asetl 2.7M.0OO 00
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Assets. IM,SS 17
iitfatf a tf a r r
Assets .7,17 00
Assets. 515,073 ft!
Assata 6U.I7I U
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO-
Asseta (00,000 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets .30,Vf),M 00
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AXD
Assets. 1,100,000 0c
RAILWAY PAHSENOERS ASSURANCE
I Asset 00,1(1
SAFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio Lover,
City National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
S TJ .A. IT O E
NIAOARA, N. T.,
Assets fl,430,tlB 26
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Asset ...1,009,721 71
HANOVER, N. Y.
Assets .., .72(1,86: 00
REPUBLIC, N, Y.,
Assets .71,VU 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency,
YONKEllH, N, T..
Asset 878.451 IS
yiREMENV FUND, 8. P.,
Assets, 678,(00 0
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
Assets 1,432,14) 00
STORKS, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls and Car.
goes, insured at rates nn favorable as aound,
permanent aocurily will warrant,
I respectlully ask ot the citizens of Cairo, a
share ol their patronafe,
C. W. HCClHEa.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
oia aoikct roi
BOOTS AND SHOES
Commercial Avenue, Corner of Kltbtta
particular attention paid to all ob-
DIRS FOR UOei'HXIKTS AND SHOES,