TIMETABLE OF TI!K ILLINOIS CBNTnAL R.
Ob d J arur Hunday, M Ulh, Ml, lt" M'0'
C nree-uMe will govern the, arrive) ",J n'l'
nre of passmgtr trains at Cairo I
fopiff-Mall train, dally .J11?'!"'
Express, daily.L- 2.4a p.m.
alrriM Mall, dally-.-- ! Ska.m.
ErM ., r-'r-rrr ,,0u p,,n'
Cairo amf1- Louis Short Line.
Arm...- 3MS p.m.
No ehenejeefw from Cairo to St. Louis. No
ssfcoiLre efce.1 from Cairo to Chicago. Eleant
rsx-tcf Room sleeping ears oo night train,
ggage chMfcvd to all important points.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
DTE A!tl TfO,
Will make three trips J ally.
I Ltmo MOtHD CITT
n. I At S:JO a.m.
At T.... a.m.
At II ....a.m. I At 130 .-P
At 4 30 .p.iii. At 0
Farsoh way, 30 cental 10 tickets for U 40.
Will Use, when hailed, at any good intermediate
admgler passengers or freight. novJHi.
EVANSVILLK AND CAIRO,
The fine sttamtr
Will leave Cairo for Evansvilta every Sunday ami
Thursday evenings, at 6 o'elouc, p.m. Kor
frelgnt or passage, apply on board or tit
Jan 3 if r JA. inr.GS, Agt.
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
MA IX HO AT.
The iplendld Heartier
Joo Fowler, Master.
Oilro DULY, (linisys excepted) at 4
an. Far ireljhtor pitwe anoh on bnardor
J AH. niut.i, Av't.
Cntabarland River IMeketv
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The iplendld steamer
TOM HAKUAN..Masler ALEX. HARD Clerk
Will leare C.lro every Salur.iar at S o'clock p.m.
for Clark sville, and Nashrllle. For freight or
passage, epi-lr on ooard or lo
JaoStf JA3 DIOOS, Ag't.
KA3UVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The ga'.lant atramer
OWKN DAVI3...Maiter Clerk
Will leare Cairo erery Thursday at 6 o'clock p.m.
for Nathrilie, CI irksnlle mikI Hllwny poiuts. For
freight or paaiaze spnlyon tx.uril or to
JauJir. JAS. HKJu'H, Ag't
Tfao i;ood tteamer
WI LET 8IJIM3...Master -Clerk
Will I esre Cairn erery Monday at 4 o'clock, p.m.
far Nashville, and nil ports Kor freight or
passage, apply on board r to
jan J If J.IS. UlC.ai, Agt.
TOR SALE, KnrPale f FOR SALE,
' ( I rrSnle J
FOR SALE.jKfrtili'olFOH BALE.
Faro from LirsnrooL,
Faro from Loyiicxncitrtr
Fro from (Slashow,
Euro from (Jukknhtowx
TO CAIltO, ;::;:::: $4 8 2 0
Eatlord, Morris ,t Ci , gents.
INMAN LIN K
Llterpool .New.Toik ahd 1'liUadelphla
ll COSiaiCI WITH VMTtO STATU AND ItlTlSn
Kor Carrying me Mils.
FOR PASS.VGIJ TICKETS
on rvBTiira iroM7ios
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.'
15 Uroadwuy, .V-.Vott, or to
JI. II ii ii i t ,
Washington Arenue, Cairo. nftls. jt
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. I).
KriMUK.vjr :o. 21 Thirtceath stret
twre i Washington avenue an 1 Walnut i
umce U. Oammprcl.il atfiitie, up 'talrs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RmifiBNOB jjrn-rNinth aud Walnut sts,
Jh-e-io nsr nxth trei and niiio levee.
ums hours fr Jin 0 a.m. to 1'2 in , and p.m
II. WAItDNKR, M. J).
V) ESIDKNOK Cirner Nlnettnih atreet and
XV vainiigton nren'lc, ner court house Of
tici over tlu posiollice. 0.1i;e luurs 10 to It
a m. aad i lo p.m. Juilulf.
R. S. MUG HAM, M. .,
OmCE, 130 00Mr.RC,x,, AVKUNUE,
Otfice hours, to 10 a.m., an J t a
dence, No 11 Ninth street. Cairo. 111,. U,',m
GREEN k GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
I. een. 1
William U Gdb.
BaT-flpecia. atlentinn given t Adraualtv aad
orrici ciiio levee, rooms 7 and 8 otm
iTr national hank.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
of erery desrripllsn,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Fuinlthed on sherlen r.ot).ti
Cotouicrcial-uv, Ict.-lOth and llth.iu.
CAIXO ILLIUCI. '
UllAll"' 1' ,IoWL 'kUa'
FOR WARDING MERCHANTS.
No. 64 Ohio Lcvcc,
FIRE AND MARINE
NEW ENOL1ND MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets, oter . ..e,lw0,CV0
ANCIIORD FIRE AND MARIN B
Of St. Louli.
Solicits all kinds ol risks.
ocl27tf Agent, Cairo, IllfnoU,
II. M. IIULKN,
GROCER and CONFECTIOIN
And Dealer Foreign Fruits aud Null
No. 134 Coinmorcial-avc,
0. D. WILLIAMSON.
So. 76 Ohio Levee,
given to coniifnmanta
Wo are aulhoriaelt announce Andrew Cain
as a candidate lor ro-lfcilon to the office of City
Marshal ut the appronching cnarler election.
For City Treanrer.
We nre atithorired to announce Mr. Joseph B.
Tnylor as a oandidnto for re-election to the office
of City Treasurer at the ensuing charter
for City Clerk.
EMToa 1H llitin : l'lrnso announco my name
ps iin independent candidate for the office of
City Clerk, at tha ensuing cnarler election.
J. Wauls? Hire
U'e are aiithorlt'd to announce Michael lluir-
ley as acmdldate for reclectln to the office of
City ClfrUat the eiuuing charter election.
For Oily Attorney.
We arc authuruc 1 to announce Mr. P. H. Pope
as ucandidntH lor reelection lo the offlco of Citv
Attorney, (it the ensuing charter do;tloii. td
Wo nre nuthorited to nnnoiincii Kredoline
Dross us n candidate for rr-elrctinn to tha ufllceof
Police Magistrate, ut tho ensuing charter clou
M. Editob : Ple:ie aunaunee that at the
ensuing charter election, convention or no con
vcntlon, I Hill be nn iudeprn.Jent candidate for
the office of Police Magistrate. 0. WINSTON,
Keb.is. i:;:. td
Kotioa HltlitliN ; PleisB announce Alfrad
Comings as an In lopondeut candidate for aider
mm from tho Second vtnrd.
We are a'Uhnrlird to announce John j. Stan
di at an Independen) saudldalu tor Alderman
fiuiii the brtond 'ri,
We ura nuthorlnd to aunniui-e O, W. llvn
drielts ns n condl lat lor alderman from the
I'ubllnlieU every iiiornliiir. JlonUiiy ox.
Maps Meeting. Tho colored citizens
ant invited to nttend n iimti meeting to
bo held nt tho Itev. Jacob Hradloy's
church, on Friday evening, February 23,
to take into consideration thu different
candidates in the municipal election. All
are invited to attend. By order of the
Cornelius Shores, Pres.
it i said, intenda to give. Cain a whet for
the city marshalship.
river ut this point continues to rise, and is
now m first-clans boating condition.
Ills i.H,ut Uin alike condition In
a few day,, and Wl, wU, notroublo
In roaching fat. Lnu,,
All the hose recently tttaw, b U)(J
city council for the Hibernian n(1 Uoutsli
and Ready Arc companies, havo arrived.
meet to-night. Hall, over D.'Arter & Co.'.
store, Commercial avenue, botwoen Sixth
and Eighth streets.
Mellalo has seven prisoner In tho cllr
jmi. xnoy nre oil hall, lieartv fellows.
1. II mi -
nd aro doing good work on (he tide
walks. NEW BUILDINOS.
i ii ii kmnber of now brick
"uiiuinm will Ll)put Ui
Jp in Cairo during
me coming summer,
A Urge drove of mule,, on the whole
fine a lot hi ever .
through the city last evening, R rouU)
TOR CIT1T CLERK,
air. j. vg!oy JI III imnouncet himself
thlt morning hi a candidate fur city clerk,
i Mr. Xllll la an Intelligent and capable
THE CAlKf) DAILY
giHitlemnn, nnd, If elected, will no doubt
ninLu go-"! clerk.
will open lliu I'ttliisM cuuniy circuit court
mi Monday Hunt. Thcru I considerable
business to bo transacted.
Ohio levee, next door to tlio old estab
lishment of K. Smyth k Co., u tlio ptncit
to buy your tobacco, cigar, etc , of which
ho always bm on lmnd u full supply of the
best to bo found In tlio market. '
J. WAOLF.T HILL
started out yesterday on fin electioneering
bout In opposition to Mr. Michaol J. How
ley for theofilco of city clerk. J. W. II.
believes himself tho Jut man to ever
lastingly wipe llowtoy out In this contest.
Mr. John V. Standi announces, hlinclf
this morning as nn Independent cnndldalo
for alderman of tho second ward. Mr.
Standi would, If elected, make it fnithful
guardian of the interest of his ward.
F. E. Albright, Esq., of Murphysboro,
Jackson county, was in tho city yesler
Hon. John M. Crebs will accept our
thanks for flics of late Washington papers,
and public documents.
Charles Curroll, Esq., Major Loomis,
Judgo Milton Bartley, Capt. J. N. Wes
son nnd Sontcr Bowman aro In tli city,
attending circuit court.
Capt. John 0. White, left last night,
or will leavo to-day, for Now Orleans,
tvhero ho has business of Importance to
Judgo Pidgoon, of Pulaski county,
was in tho city last cvoning. Tho judgo
hasjuit returned from St. Louis, where
he contracted for tho lithographing of the
bonds to be issuol to the Cairo aud Vin
is still iii session, and will probably con
tinue through tho present week. Our at
torneys arc all In attendanco, and tho busi
ness of tho court is being disposed of as
fust at could bo desired.
And now wo hear of anothor bit of
scandal, which if true, goes far ahead of
ail tho other scandals with which tho scan
dal-inongors of this community hnvo re
cently been regailed. A whlto man, a ne
gro woman, nnd a mulatto baby, etc
Yesterday was docidedly adult day in
police quarters. In tho forenoon thore was
but ono case reported, and that was a plain
straight drunk, tho victim being sent to
the calubooso for Keren dnya just long
enough lo sober off In.
On Saturday morning next, at 0 o'clock
Mr. Dan. Harttnan will offer for salotat his
mictbn rooms, No. 105, Commorcial ft v.
two fino billiard tables, two good gold
watches, a lot of gas fixture', nnd other use
ful article.. SaIo potitiro nnd without re
serve. DKAll lions.
Lieutenant Jfnlionoy, comniundliig tlio
chain gang, ycitordiy consigned to their
graves tho carcases of one
hundred and thirty-two dead
hogs. Tho defunct porkers were
picked up in nil quarters of tho city, nnd as
high us seven were consigned to one pit.
The Bulletin of Sunday morning
next will contain the names of the parlies
who attended tho Turner ball on Monday
night, together with a full description of
the masks worn. Orders for extra copies of
the paper must bo handed In by
lo o'clock Saturday morning.
somuwhero between tho rosidenco of Mr.
Honry Elliott, on Twelfth street, and the
residence of Mrs. S, B. Halliday, a gold
bracelet, with tho word " Milward " en
graved on tlio outside. Tlui bracelet is
also finely chased. Tlio lluder wilt be
liberally rewarded by leaving it nt the
atore of Elliott & Haythorne.
tjapt. Jones, ol tho stoamer Ujxtor, pro
poses to place on exhibition beforo tho St.
Louis game chicken exposition, to bo held
Honietitno souu u,nutnher of gnmo cocks of
celebrated Dreeds. Tlio captain believes
ho is the owner of tlio cock that is lo
taken the hundred dollar premium,
HUN VAN .
-Mr. Win. F. Pitchor, agont for tho sale
of Bunyun's complete wilting, ii 'mooting
with unanticipated suecoss in the sale of
these book. Ho has already sold a large
number, and tho demand for thorn in
creases with overy day. The books are
printed on fine roeo-tlntcd paper and
bound in elegant style.
Messes. Cornelius Shores and William
Scott, who can compel the masses of the
colored clli.cns to voto as they please, and
who aro thurctoro in great demand with
candidates, propose to hold a mass meet
ing on Frldny night to tell their coloreJ
fol'owora how to void on Tuesday next
It is understood tho meeting will be hold
in tho interest of Col, Winston.
This court was ndjournod last night un
til court in coure. Probably tho most Im
portant action of the court was the issuing
of an ordor for tho salo of tho John Ham
ilton estnto, including tho brick storo
building on Commorcial nvenue.
near tha cornor of Sixth streot. Thlj is
one of the finest, ns well as ono of the
most desirably located buildings in tho
Tho iteamcr Mary Foryth was released
from her perilous position on the rocks
ut tli-j wharf near the otone depot, yetter
day morning. She has been purchased by
Capt. Hamilton, of Mound Citv, who will
placo her on the ways at that pinco nnd
give hor a complete ovorhaulinir. Tlio
ttcainor T. F. Eckert, assisted by tho tug
Montauk, towed her to Mound City yeter
dymornlng. a mo rise. ,
Some peopl. predict an imraente swell
in the Ohio and Mississippi rivers this
"P'lng, and BiTe m a reason for their b.
BULLETIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, L872.
Ikr in this regard tin. fMct t. nt tho rlvm
have been so cvtrijiiioly low during tlio
full mill winter; nnd further, it is ensured
Hint thorn Ims not In n number of yenrs
so intich anow fnlliMi, whlili, when turned
to wnter, must seek nn outlet lliroiich
Tho various candidates for tho offices to
bo voted for noxt Tuusdiiy have com
menced tho rounds of tho city. Citizens
nro button-holed on evory street cornor,
aud the claims of this or that candidate
for this or that offlco, sot out in vivid col
ors. In fact tho canvass between some of
tho candidates l becoming warm, nnd tho
Indications nro that from now until noxt
Tuesday thero will be somo very lively
Smoked salmon and Yarmouth bloat
ors,just received nt Jorgenson's. If.
Oyster Soup at Harry Walker's overy
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Now Hint tho Cairo nnd Vlnccr.nes
rnllread is n fixed fact the contract
having boon let, and work to bo commen
ced nt once, Jorgcnscn U prepared to ecu
nil kinds of urocorles cheaper than any
other house In tho clly.
Whcro aro you going? To tho place
number 03, Ohio lovce, whoro thoy keep
the host fresh oyster, flsh and game, anJ
tho finest wine, liquor and cignr to bt
found in tho city. Open at nil hour, dr-y
or night. J. E. Pakk
Mr. Guslav Klingsohr, n.muslclan of
'noted ability, who has for tho past fow
year, been engaged as a professor In Hal
tltnore, Md., proposos to mako his futuro
homo in our city and now oilers his scr
vices to tho public. Those who havo not
alrcadyongagcd competent tcachors would
do well to address Mr. J.lingsohr, no
11C3, Cairo, 111. Also especial attention
given to piano tuning.
Mr. W. H. Ryan ha lately opened
frame and plcturo establishment on 8th
street, near cor. Washington avenue
His slock comprises frames of all styles
and slros, and many very handsomo pno
tog rap hi", engravings, chromos, album
etc. Ho has all aorts of mouldings nn
makes the framing of pictures to order,
specialty. Mr. R. invito all to call and
examino his stock. Jan 28-lm-d
He has also on hand a largo and complelo
stock of tho various brands of Irish
Scotch and American whiskies, and wines
of overy varioty janl2dtf.
It is true that lllankenburg's Excel
sior saloon is now one of tho institution
of tho city. All drinkors who like reuli
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
otc. go to tho Excelnior Saloon, which
Uttcd up in tplendid stylo. Blankenburg
who knows how to keep a saloon, sprca
a fino freo lunch every morning and eve
ning, and, as ho forcibly expresses it
'Sweetens tlw lunch with music. ' Ho
hns employed tho services of a Crst-rnto
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in ono end ol tlio saloon
jjinuL- nut' in tnuainal tunes. Kvorybody
is Invited. Tlio best order is maintained
and nil improper characters suppressed
with neatness, choapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that tho .Excolsior saloon
U at tho corner of Washington avenue and
Wo hnvo no hesitation in recommend,
ing William Killers, boot and shoo maker
as worthy of most liberal pntronnge. We
know whereof wo speak whon we say Mi
work U dono in n masterly mnuncr at the
lowest pricos. Ho uses n-jtliing but tho
best of stool;, and ho cannot bo excolled in
tho delicate task of making nn exact fit
Givo him a cull at hi skbp on Twentieth
street, between Washington nvenuo and
Poplar street, nearly opposito tho court
house, and wo will guarnntco tntisfaction.
Pat. Fitzgornld, of thu Sample Rooms,
has recoived tho appolntmontof agent for
the salo of the Hummondsport, N. Y.,
Urbnnnu Wino Company's wines in this
city. If tho bottlo with which wu wcro
yesterday presented is a samplo of tho
quality of these wine1, then wo aro pre
pared to say that thoy aro among tho best
wo havo over tasted. Ho has just
rccoivod it largo consignment, which ho Is
prepared to sell nt tho lowest llgurers
H. LEW ti CO. PAY TUB IIIOHKST MARKET
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of prices paid by H. Levy &. Co., for
hldej, furs, fentherj, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and nil kinds of country produco.
Levy & Co. do a very largo trado in their
lino, nnd it is n well known fact that thoy
always pay tho highest prices to bo oh
tnlned in this market. 'I hoy nre now
Mink $2 00a i! 25
00 a 7 00
00 a 0 00
Beaver, per pound
HIDES, PER POUND
Beef Hides, Dry Salt
" " Greon Salt
Tallow, par pound
Feather, " "
Beeswax " "
'. a IJ
Tho abovo price list I subject to corrcc
Wo havo just recoived, from tho man
ufacturers, a Wilcox and GIbbs towing
machine. It Is beautifully finished and
has tho hemmcr, brnidor, etc., This ma
chine, wortli sixty dollars, will bo sold at a
bargain and may bo seen ut Room 10,
Winter's block. If
For Sale. A cottage on 12th treol
containing 7 rooms, cistern nnd out
houses eomplote. Apply to
W. W. Thornton,
For now citron, orange and lemon
peel, bo to Jorgenson's cornor of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, tf
IIURNTIT & (JO,
CA9U PRICK PAID
Messrs. Ilurnett & Oo.rhoi nton's block,
Tenth ttrei t, nre prHpiircd to pit v this high.
ft e,i,,j,r,!l)fUP iirildoj in tliutr line, na
.... 10 to 15
.... 40 to tO
10 to 12
D.UO to 0.00
Heaver Skins Ci00 l0 7i00
Green Salt ni iin.
Green Salt, kip and cair..:.'::::.': iJ to ic
Deer Sking At J"
t sbl S.W
or other nrtlclc, Mich as ro-s tVmth.
or, bees wax, wool and tnllow, wo will pny
inu uigiiusi marxc. price.
Burnett & Co..
Thornton' block, Tenth street., Cairo, 111.
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
Bteamer. Where from. Where t.
Minnie St. Louis
Glencoe St. Louis
T. F. Eckert Md. Citv
M. McDonald St. Louis
Mary Forsyth Md. Citv
T. F. Eckcrt....Md.Citv
Illinois Columbus Columbus
Jas. Fisk Pnducnh Paducah
Alice Memphis St. Louis
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Tho rapid riso In tho Ohio at this place
continues nnd lias swelled tho river about
15 inches in 21 hours. The fall at Cincin
nnti Is reducing tho depth in the channnl
very fast. At Pittsburg tho rivor Is full
ing, but plenty of ico remains In the Alle
ghany nnd Monongahela. At Loulsvillo
tho river is rising with a fair stago of
water out. The riso nt Kvansvlllo contin
ues nnd omo Homing Ico passed thero yes
terday. Cumberland river is sti'l rising
with 0 foot on Harpeth Shoals. Naviga
tion between Cinclnnnli nnd Loulsvillo
has been resumed. Tho new from
tho Mississippi nro not as favorable
as was hopoJ for; tho lato cold snap of
Tuesday night made tlio ico stronger than
over. Tho Arkansas river is fal.ing stead
ily. Tho riso in tho Missouri continues nnd
the ice gorge at Boonvlllo has breko loose.
Tho boats that aro trying to break tho ice
in tho harbor at St Louis aro doing all
they can to be successful .fearful that the
sumo misfortune that befell tho boats at
Cincinnati mny bo enacted there.
1IU.H1NE8S AND WEATHER.
Thero was considerable activity dis
played among the boats in port, and thero
was a large amount of freight handled.
Both landings prescntod an animated np
pcaranco. Yesterday the weather was altorantoly
clear and cloudy, witli n cold wind from
Afiop a lontf sojourn in this harbor, tho
Mniy E. Forsyth bid it nn affectionate
adieu, nnd loft for Mound City injtow of
tho Eckert where sho will cither be wreck
ed or transformed into nnothcr boat. Hor
life has been ono of usefulness, nnd It is to
bad that sho bus to give up tho " ghost. "
The Minnie, Alice, Glcncoo nnd Marv
McDonald departed for St. Louis yester
day, nnd time can only tell when they will
reach that placo. Tho Lockwood which
loft hero on tho loth., had not arrived
tlioro vlien last heard from.
Tho Bismarck cleared nt 1 p. m. yestor
day for Now Orleans, witli her guards on
the water. Her cabin was well tilled with
For tho privilege of laying nt Memphis
threo weeks, the Mlnnio had to fork over
seventy dollars. During tho greater part
or the time sho was doing nothing.
The Dexter is receiving a splendid trip
and will leavo to-day with nil sho want.
Capt James Yorr of the Pauline Cur
roll, left forSt. Louis yestorday.
Tlio John F. Tolle has been nt Belmont
several days, discharging her St. Louis
freight. Capt. Dan Hrndy was up the
other day, and says sho will come up
here, and load for Now Orleans.
Tho Arkansas Bollc arrived from Evans
villo, bringing a fair trip of freight and
Douglas B. Davis, clerk of tho Nash,
villo A- Cairo packet John Lumsdcn, died
nt Nashvillo a few days ago.
Tho I. N. Kollogg will loavo to-day for
bt. Louis with several barges in tow, nnd
tho Mary Alice will leavo for New Or-
leans. Tho Mohawk Is at Mound City,
having a fow repairs made.
City Nutlunnl Hunk itillldluir.
MuHpeclnl attention paid to orders Irom steam
oats night or dav.tu
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor
genson's, corner of Twentieth street nnd
Washington avenuo. tf
Truth. Tho puwurs of Mrs. Whit
comb's Syrup for children aro as poslllvo
as tlio sunlight from heavon, and gontlo
and soothing Ksnnangol' whispor.
Peck, Frean, & Co's London blseui t
always on hand, cornor Twontlcth and
Washington avenue. tf
.hew french prunes, currants nnd
raisin always on hand at Jorgenson's
grocery toro. tj
Imported Malaga grapes at Jorgon
son's, corner or Twentieth treot and
Washington avenuo. M
Wiuoht'u nu pius ultra tnlncod moa
prepared expressly for family ue, at Jor
gensen's. L. Jorgenscn has on hand n fresh sup
ply of Damsons, ir. syrup. tf
Ynrmouth uccotash and corn at Jor
JuBuicNsoN has tho ' test East India
prm, for talo cheap. tf
( Ir. T. M.,rll,. rP Itnlltnnnr's Vft.
vcr Drops. Wiirrnntod to cure tlio chill.
JoitoKNdoN lihs tlio finest supply ol
Spanish olives In, tho city. Try thorn
Paul G. Sch till
toll llnttliigor' medi
Oyator Soup at Harry Walker's over
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
-Oyster Soup nt Hurry Wnlkor' overy
morning. Alofreh at, I.ouls beer. If
Sandwltehod meat of all kinds nl
way on bund nt S. .lorgenson'. tf.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
71 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LITIS, PJ
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
PURN1SH ABSTRACTSJOF TITLE
ti I prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
SIXTY-F1VE FIRST PRIZE
WM. KNABE k CO.,
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIUHT
Th.an ln.lmm.nl. has BFon before the PUbl
for nearly thirty years, and upon their excelli-nce
alone attained an unpurcAajed prroiiinrst-e, which
pronounces them unio,uaIed in
r All our .;(uir Jhmot haveour new New Im
proved OveistrunE ecaleaiU the A'jmfft 7t01e
Ctf Wo would rail special attention to our Into
Pslenleil Improvements In (iassn Pianos nnd
Ksi'i RM a, f.MincI in no olhoe Piano, which
brings 11k riuuo nearer perihelion than has yrt
EVERY PIANO PULLY WARRANTED roll
Illustrated Catalogues and Prico Lists prompt!
furnished on application to
tt'.M. li.VAIti: .t I'll,,
many of our regular established agencies.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Passenger tralna arrive at and leave Cairo as fol
low a :
Aaaiva SllSa.m IlOO p.m.
DtrAav 4HUU n.tn "Ji45 a.m.
Doth trains conncet at Centralla with train on the
Pans. Decatur, Blonmlngtcn, El Paso, La Halle,
aienuoia, rrevpori,jina, 1'uuuque, anu
all mint in Illinois, Mistoun,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and
Iowa. And with
Lines running East and West lor
St. Louis, HpiuigheM, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Imtxii.ipoli, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
boutheru, and Pittsburg, Fort Wsjus
and Chicago ltallroada lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
Albany, Huston, Philadelphia,
Magru Falls, Erie, Iluttalo,
New York, Pittsburg, llaltimore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 21lh, 1871, trains wil
run as lullows i
TaAias ooiso eorvaiAST.
Lonve Virginia , i.:tOa.m
" Springfield u.'ju "
" Taylorvlllo tu.6j '
Arrive at Pniia Hito m
. .. Express
Leave Pan 4:OOo,m
12 So p.m.
" layiorville 1:4 "
Arrive at Springfleld...6;l5 "
Leave Hnsiimtield r,:2S
Arrive at Virginln HM
TBAINS OOINI) SOl'TUBASr.
Leave Edgewood 6:aon.m t0:10 a.m
" Flora M 11:10 '
Arrive at Hhawneetown3.s.ip m S;ia p.m
. . TBAIKS OOINO KoaviiwtsT.
Leave Shawneetown fi:l6a.m . s son
" FIor 2:M 7W11
Arrive at Edgewood 1:S0 " g-9
The 6:30 a m. train from Edgewood, run'a only
Mondays, Wsdnesitaya and Kriiiays, and WJi.m
train from blmwntetown on Tuesday, Thura
daya and Saturday). ' '
Coniiecta at Aaliland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton It illroad. for Jacksonville.
Peterabiirg, Mason City, nnd all points west.
At Springfield, with Chleago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, fin
Dloomlnglnn, Chlcago.and all points north, north
west and west. 1
Al Pana with lnd. and St. Louis, and Illinois
Central Railroad lor all points east, south and
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illmolf
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.
AtShawneetoun, with steamboms for Cincin.
natl, Paducah, Cairo and St. Louis,
OKI, AND SMITH, Grn'ISup'L
John rooairr.Oen'l Fr'gt nnd Ticket Ag't
The Illinois Central Rail Itovi Company now
ofter fnr.aie the lollowing described lole In Firs
A,),"llon to the City of Cairo, vlt 1 ,
Lot 27 block 20, Lot 24 blook ?,
" IS 20 27 Si,
" 6 i 11 ss '" 82,
' ' S2,' 81 " 82,
" 3 11 gjl. " SJ ' 82.
ForUrms.eU. apply JAMEtt JOHNSON.
Mil rr' Aa,
HOOK BIJsJ OKAY.
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. OIIKRI.T s CO.,
Bullcliu Build'niL', corner of 12th
street mid Washington nvenuo,
All kinds of lllndlim and liming done at the
cry lowest tulces. Having engaged tlio erv.
ea i air, iiueis, wno wis iiwi mm.
xperlence In ono of best Hinderles of bt. Lnuls,
i iipcrinienu inia esinuiisiimpni, wc t.n .
lently promise our patrons wurk equal to that
fai llindery In the west.
W. II. MORRIS,
II. II. CANDKK
No. Tub, and U. 8. Con.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
AtseU tS,H,5M 7
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Assets .....2,M4,210 72
Aitelt.. l,7Sl,tll 81
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Assets.. 1,803,3941 17
Assets .70,r 80
Assets SK.S78 4J
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO,
Assets 600,000 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets so.isjo.ooo to
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AMD
RAILWAY PASSENOERS ASSURANCE
Assets - JOO.M
SAKFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
City National Hank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, N. T.,
OERMANIA, N. T,
Asset ...1,003,721 71
UANOVE.R, N. T.
Assets -..71t,Sl 09
REPUBLIC, N. T.,
Asset ., .714, J5 00
Comprising the Underwriters Agency.
TONKERS, N. Y.,
Assets 178,464 II
ALII AN Y CITY,
Assets 413,m SO
FIREMEN'S FUNK, S. F.,
Assets ni.sOO oe
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
Assets l,U:,tH9 00
STORES, Dwellings. Furniture, flails and Car
goes, insured at rates as favoiable as found,
permanent aecurity will warrant.
I respectlully ask ot the citliena of Cairo, a
share ol their patronaie.
C. Is. UL'UHER.
COAL I COAL! COAL I
, JAMES ROSS,
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Commercial-ay., Foot of Eleventh-si
All Coal carefully weighed at the yard on Fair
FULL WEI011T WARRANTED.
Coal delivered on the shortest notice In any
part ol the cl.y, either by ttm half ton, ten or cot
load, Leave order at the office ob Commerclal-ar. a
he footof Fine nlh street, novlCd.r.m.
lister In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Farmer') Yrs Md Htabllitrc
Cor, Washington-av.'and Twentteth-it.
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