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I HI! CAIKO DAILY UULLETLn, FKliJAY, FKH11UARY w
;OT Ai)V KRTirK,.fV,VTS
hih iJilliVbiAL 0 KM
SPECTACLES.
Ul?
mi, t v iik 1. 1,,
Mo 414 Wniliilo!i A venae,, Nt I.on'a,
WUI'LO repe.-lfnlly ennnnce fo the cllitena
nf Cairo llut he. mil 1e In this town mis
week o.'.ly, far t tic purpose of selling llio
CUVdTAli'oRM MKO TAOLKH.
cisnpr e'".-" IW'P nlro I" Cblcifo. ',nt eaneclallv nttinii ll conditions ol the eve la
rs-'rg Ron-n sleeping car on night trains. I iiuruiut caes. He mil receive visits on hatur-
TAKK NOTICE.
TIME TAHLK ur THf 1 1,1.1 N'ltn CENTRAL K. K.
on I1 srwuiinHsv, ). nth mi. the folic-pejime-liible
aovern llie mrlvsl Aid depart
ure nf pss ngr train stCslrni
D..nrl Mill ir-'- it-'t- - t'.COa.m
Kspie.,.isilv tow ni
t ,(iY--lnll,rti!lj !'' "i. ri.
.. 1.IW .lll.
I.e.
Arritf... - : P
Depart...-..-"" U:i.m.
Ksuhmcoi'f wrs fromOiro to HI. l.oul". Wo
mm nnd su Luls olior I.,
s-ge cheated In nil important nnlnts.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
NTKAM TI'O,
CACHE
Will moke three trips dnily.
Lr.msa caiio I lcavixo, not o cm
At 7 . .i.m, l At S;:to a.m.
At 11 .m. At 1:39 p m.
At 4 30 ... p.m. At .p.m.
Fare each way, 3d rents;' In tickets for 1 SC.
Will Wm , when hailed, at any good intermediate
ssdinglor pansengeraar freight. norJlir,
Uv. K.-lmisrv 21. nt Mm. T. II. IIli.is'. come r
Seventh Hreet and Commercial iwnii". fn Hie
treatment l the eve, e-peclslty Id thronio en.es.
nv and nil leninrlng Irtnlmt'iit t r advice irny
levordernltht resld mfi( Jlrt. hllie, ort
the lolo t ee dufin tho welt.
AJvlceftee. lw-2-al
FOR MEMPHIS, VICKSHURO AND
NKW ORLEANS.
. The Hxctlle ut hissengt-r 1'arkit
BIOGsV BUATft,
XVANSV1LLE AND CAIRO,
The finestinrncr
IDLEWILD,
GUS FOWLF.lt - - -. . Mastsr
W.llleavpCnlro fot Uv.mivllln rvtry Kundny anil
I'liuri-.lnv vvrninKf. lit 4 oVIoui. p.m. Kor
frcitor l'mW,.p.lfM ."uVgW. )g.
OAIKO AND PADUOAII
MAII, JIOAT.
The iliiJiil Heuiner
JAS. PISK,
JocI'oMlor, Mnslrr.
i Uilro HIM', (Inliyi excepted) H
iu. Kjf ireUhtor p'tn poly on boar d or
JAS.IliuUH, AK'I.
Cuiaberlnnil ltlvcr IMeket
NASHVILLE. CLAUKSVILLE AND
CA1HO.
The tplf adid iletlner
TYRONE,
TOM HAliUAN...Mlulr ALKX. UAKD Clerk
Will Irtve C.lro ettry Paturley t0 o'clock p.m.
trCIikvllle, nud a.hTillc, For freight or
cirr, ftp-ly onooHra or to
hjon3if J as mans, Ag't.
NASHVILLE. CLAUKSVILLE AND
CAIKO.
The ga'.lant alramer
KATE KINNEY
II1CKS KINO M ler.
I'. II. tlRAMMM, 1 I'l.rkl
Will Irate for the abote and a' I uav I olr.t.,
Thm KrtMi.io, nn arrlral of th trln. For
lrlf!lit or pamRe apply on board, or at the office
oi eiiner wnanooais. icu.--ii
FOR MEMPHIS.
Tim fine Paaaecgor racket,
ST. JOSEPH,
c irtUBr iiaMtr. o. nnwi:rr clerk
Will leava far ihe abftieanil nil war pnlnta, Tim
1C jviNo.cn nrrlr.l of the triln. Kor freight or
VfHif apply on board, or nt the office of cither
Hlurrboat. IcbSS-ll
JAKE WALTER,
BTJTC HBB
AND bi:alir ic
JOHN LUM3DEN,
OWKS DAV13...Mter Clerk
Will Itare Cairo every Tnuraday nt S o'clock p.m.
for Nailirille, Cl.irkf llle MUd all way point, For
freight or pniiage apply on board ur to
JinJlf. JArt. IIIUISS, Ag't.
N AS IiVVlLE," C iVa It KS V ILLE AND
CAIRO,
The good steamer
TALISMAN,
WM.F.r SlllM9...Maiter . CIrk
VSI1 leTe Cnlrn erery Monday at : oVbck, p.m.
tor Naliville, rnd nil wy porln For freight or
i.iig, nppiy on uoam r to
nn Jtf JAS. utr.r.A, Aifi.
IMMKJHANT TICKKTN
FltESH MEAT,
Eiqhtii Stiskkt, Uktwekn Warhinotok
AND CoMMKrtCIAI, AVKNUKH,
Adjoining Hlttenhouae Sc Hanny'a.
Keep the bed of lleef. Pork, Million, Veal,
I, nmb. Bau.nt'c. etc.. and nre ureiinred to aerre
eitlreni lo the moil nccrptable n inner.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
IMMIGIIAXT
FOR SALE, 1 jy gal f Ft
ron sale. I 2.2;!; 1 Ft
TIOKKTS
FOR SALE,
FOR BALE.
TO
Faro from LiVEr.rnot,
Fare from L'on-dcnukrkt
F.iru from Glasoow,
Fnrn from Qukknstown
OAIKO, $48'
Fort'lty Mnrilil.
Wo are nulhorltej in nnnounue Andrew Catn
aa a canJldate lor re- elec Ion to Iho office of City
Uarnhal nt tho appronchlnx charier election.
For City Trcnaurvr,
We nre nuthorltcd to denounce Mr. Joseph R.
Taylor n a candidate for re-election to the office
of City Treasurer at tho ennulm; charier
election.
For City Clerk.
EciTOk Bet LvttN : Plento announce my name
ai nn Independent candidate for the office of
City Clerk, nt I lie ensuing charter election.
J. Waouy Hut. .
We nre atilhoritut to announce Michael How
ley nv apundidale for re-electi'in lo the office of
C.ly Cli-rl.'nt the enduing dinner election.
For City Attorney,
Wu arenuthortael t anuoiicce Mr. P; H.'l'opo
a candidate lor reelection to the oltlce of City
Attorney, nt the enniln.r clinrlfr election. td
I'ollct' MnirlHlrnfe,
Wo nro iuilliorl.c, (o nnnoiince I'redollne
Ptom nin cindlduts tot re-electlmi to the oltlce of
I'olke Mir itimc, vt iho ensiling charier elec
tion. ' td
Mr. V'.iItok : 1'leHio nniwun"e lliit at the
eniulnu charter election, convention or co con
vention, I will he nil liuloprnilent candidate for
tlm office cf Police JlflgWrnte. C. Wl.NHTON.
Feb. 15. im. td
Aldermen-
We areanthorited tonunonnce Mr. A.il.Sulforu
an n Chiulldnte for Alderman from the fit at wnrd
or I'oTjto Tup Sun nl C-ntni'tJ .
Mii.ii Vwil. will lr,liblv b voted f r n
tj tfUrJ wnrtlmi tli nWctlon next Ttie'
ilnl."' 'J'ne iXilt- I'lir'nti'f.flil of llntf.
r , l. .
Ciiunullmim Wood'a Iomu iWj imt t.tJJ f-'
tiili citr,
Cojitr:i.-It U anl till' rVaiter', w'.tb
Viulr Nuw Yorli Liiiimt'tv, j.rp.eo in
ilny h nhorl eto.i iu.Ciiro. , Tlu-y ojum
hi Jcaliir tliis ovwilug, 'nh'er'o 'ihty
nto billed for llirco' nights. Fronl llicro
tbey will come tliff-way, slopping tltrco or
four nlghls In Cnlr'o!.,U4t Ibem comol
Not tiiuk. Tliej i' nys Mr. ,lnmcj
ltVHn proposes to bciome u cntiJUnto for
thu olllce of police tnngistralc, in opposi
tion IoMcssm. Uroitnnd Winston. Wo nro
mfornicJ on good utilliorlty tiint tills tntc
mtiil is incorrect that Mr. ltynn will not
bo n cuiidldnto for the ofllce referred to.
No Meeting. Kdy. Jncob IJrndloy
wishes us to siiy that ho hits no control
orcr the church building in which he
prenclic", nnd tins' no authority to open tho
house for the purposo of holding a public
incctlng. i'bo trustees of tho church
object, nnd consequently, there will bo no
meeting held In the houso to-night.
Wklsu. Tho numo of tho mtin killed t
the pump factory sevctRl dnys since wns
Samuel Welsh, and not Martin, ns hereto
fore stated. He came to Cairo from
Louisville; Kentucky. Mrs. y?o) has
returned to that city, where her parent,
wlio nro rcportod to bo " well oir, " re
side. '
Notjok. Tho host cnlcrtnlnmunt In
the cltyjs at tho St. Nicholas hotel, snloon
nnd rcstnurant. Tho best music that enn
bo had violin nnd piano. Good lunch
ovcry morning and night. All of tho
finest brands of cignrs, nnd tho best St,
Louis lnger beer, nlwnyt fresh 'and nice.
Give us n call.
Harry Walker, Proprietor.
TTIK
TOBACCO SALE.
R.W.K 10-KAY TIIlitTV-PlVK
IIKA1H ON Til .. lUIKAt:.
lioas.
At tlm Uullnid tolmcco watuhoUse
tii-dny af I o'clicfc, t.buut thlrty-3vu
licg ht.id of lino lbnt'i o will Lo put upon
tins 1 r nka. I t'lseipocti'il tlmt llioM will
b? a Inrgo board ol1 buyers present, nmong
thuin many from other mnrkcls.
FOR SALE,
Wo havo just received, from tho man
ufacturers, a Wilcox and Glbbs sowing
mnchlne. It is beautifully finished nnd
hits the hemmcr, braider, etc., This mn
chlne, worth sixty dollurs, will bo sold nt n
bargain and may be seen nt Room 10,
Winter's block. If
I'ORT LIST.
...N. Orleans.
St. Louis.
....St. Louis.
Doxtor
Ironsides
M v.
Kate Klnnuv... NVfV.'lnnnV
Mnry Alice N. Orleans.
Illinois Coliitnl,,!. r.,i.i,.,v...
Jns. FIsk Pnduenh l'adueah.
fat. Josoph Memphis.
Shamnksst's Court. There was but
oin cam bofore his honor, Esquire Shnn
ncssy yestcrd ty. Ren Thompson wns up
on n charge of drunkencfs. As Thompson
had indulged In n very " mild" drunk, it
cost him onlv ono dollnr nnd the trim
mingn, which, however, ho wits unable to
pay. His "promise" was tnken, nnd ho
was permitted to depart.
First Ui.ood Tho first light of the
season came off yesterday, on Commercial
avenue, near tho post office. A candidate,
who is doing his level bestgoing tho
wholo hog to secure the colored vote, lmd
a colored gentleman In tow, when nnothcr
gentleman made a remark that did not go
down the throat of thu candidate with a
rollth. Tho "Ho" pnssed, a cane was
broken, etc., but after all, nobody was se
riously hurt.
A Chask. Officer lllllingsly had s
lively chase nftcr a juvetillo thief yestcr
day afternoon. Tho little rascal entered
the iron supplies store of Mr. J. 11. Reed,
on Ohio leveo, and extracted from the
money drawer of that establishment, about
$17. Ho was chased about the streets for
some time, nnd finally " treed " under
homo on Eighth itrcct. Ho wns lodged
in tho calaboose, until this morning, at
which time ho will hnve a hearing beforo
Judge llrots.
AUCTION SALE,
I will offer for salo at my tales room,
105 Commercial avenuo, on Saturday,
February 24, nt 9$ o'clock a.m., tho fol
lowing articles, to be sold for charges : !i
first-class billiard tables, complete; one lot
of gns fixtures, and a lot of steamboat
sash and doors ; nlso two fino gold watches,
rsalc positive, nnd without reserve.
D. Hartman, Auctioneer.
Jun'26,1872
BOARD AND LODGING,
Mr. T. U. Ellis, corner of Seventh
and, Commercial,, is prepared io nccommo-
ditto nil who npply with board, with or
without rooms, nt prices lower thnn nny
other first-class houso in tho city. Mr. El
lis keeps nn excellent table; his rooms nro
front rooms high, light and airy, and well
furnished, and we havo no hesitation in
promising satisfaction to all who call on
him. Mr. Ellis will uteo supply parties
who desire with unfurnished rooms nt
reasonable rates. Let nil interested take
notice Remember on tho corner of
Seventh and Commercial.
BURNETT & CO,
IIIC1IIF.8T CASH PRICK PAID FOR HIDE
FURS, KTC.
Messrs. Uurnctt & Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth street, aro prepared to pay the high
est cash prlco for articles in their line, as
follow a :
ruRS.
Prime Mink S1.7S to 2.2!
" Rni roon COc to 60c
" Musk Rat 10 to 1G
" Wild Cat 40 to
" Opossum 10 to 12
" Otter 0.00 to G.Ob
" Beaver Skins 0.00 to 7.00
HIDES,
Grien Salt 91 to 10c
Green Salt, kip and calf. l'J to 14c
Deer Skins '2H to 35c
For other Articles, such as rags, feath
ers, bocs wnx, wool nnd tnllow, we will pay
the highest market prices.
Respectfully, etc.
Burnett iSc Co.,
Thornton's block,. Tenth street., Cairo, 111
tf.
2 0
S.ulipt, Moan A C:
Rente,
JNMAN LINE
I.mrpool NewTnik nnd Philadelphia
Steamship Company,
bra co rater with fnitkd statm nb atmm
oovcasuctra
Pur Carrying tna Malta.
FOH PASSAGE TICKETS
oa ri htma uroMTioi
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
11 Broadway. New-Yoik, or to
II, It oil lt,
Whiniit,n Avenue, Ornrn. nnla. 5'
Circuit Court. ThU court continues
to draw its slow length along ns fust as
possible. Tlio Tunncll will case, brought
to this couit from Gallatin county, was
commenced yesterday. The legitimate
heirs ofTtinnoll havo brought suit to set
We nto nullioiired lo announce Mr. John 1. 1 H!,je tjl0 yjii. Judges Allen, Mulkcy mid
Hartley appear for the legitimate heirs of
Tunnell,and Judges Bowman, Green nnd
Whusoii for llio executor. Tho cine is an
important ono and will occupy several
dnva in lis trial.
AltRIVKO Af.li UKI'AltTKIl,
nuMinr. Where from.
III". F. T.1U1....V. fjfl.win.
Viera 1
1t,J N. Orleiiiis...St. l.oul,.
J. LuiiiMtii ...Nashville KujIivIII...
1 1 1
nil. . J T iinitiiivusv i 1 1110,
Quickstep. Evan8vlllc...EvHnsvlllc.
J. N. Kellogg St j.onls.
I'llVNIClA.SN'
lteinlo as a candidate for Ahlcrmtn Irom tli
First mrJ.
Wc nro itillioriccd to nnnoiince that Mr,
John ll.Roblneon Ha candidate tor Alderman
Iromthe Fourth wnrd.
We niCj authorized lo nniiou'.ce Mr. John 11
I'll" I It n as a caadldate for AI termaa from Hie
Third W rd.
We nre authorised to announce Mr. Tnlrick
Fiiigoinldai nean lldil for Alderman from the
Third ward.
Kdiior IlriLCTin ! Pie nnnniincu Alfrid
Cominga ,a an in leajivle'it eanildnle for nldur-
man from the becoud ward.
We nre n'lhnrlt?d to announce. Jo'in (j.Stnn.
nil ai nn independent :andida!e lor AlUrman
Irom the Hicond Ward.
We are authoristt to announce (i. W. lien-
ilr.ck' ' candidate lorotdermvn from the
third -rl.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
"IlE-itLlKNUK So. 1 Tririeemh st-erl, be,
XX tffre 1 W .ahinicion nvenili- and W tlnut atreit
Otin--ti.o iinmercUl nveiiiie. up .talta.
&
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
"IIirfNCK-'iniTNinlti and Witnqt rla
) h 'o 1 1 n ,r ixt 1 .irjdl ai t 'lli o lov
i liour fyjin 1) n.m, to i in , and V p. 111
II. WAH-DNEU, M. I).
IEIDEXOK Cirner Miielieulh .treet
waihi'urtoi venie.
tu'd over III, JHO'tl.'a
n in. and 2 In I u.m.
11 lid
liei'pfmrt lioii.n Of.
Otlo Iniiri-l') to 12
J ml nr.
j.Awri.'tta.
THE BULLETIN.
MtaMM.t.,M.....,,.,,.........(...,.,(..,...,...,....MM.
rnlillklinl esery mornlnt;, Motidny en,
Mr. W. H. Ryan has lately opened 11
frame and picture establishment on 8tlt
street, near cor. Wellington avenue.
Hi stock comprises frames of nil stylci
and sizes, and many very handsome pho
tographs, engravings, chromos, ulbums
etc. Ho has all sorts of mouldings nnd
makes tho framing of pictures to order, u
specialty. Mr. R. lnvltos ull to call and
cxamlnohls stock. Jan 28-lm-d,
He has 11 Wo on baud a large und complete
stock of tho various brands of Irish,
Scotch nnd American whiskies, and wines
of overy variety janl2dtf,
QUEEN & GILBERT,
ATTHUNEYS
AM,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Wil'lam U, ecn,
linam 11 uiioti, r
Miles r.fiilVert, J
ttAIHO, ILUNoii.
csrpeeia, attention xnen lo Admlialtv
ftcaniliuat tiulneia.
ml
orrici oitio lkvek, rooms 7 and 8 otkh
CITV NATIONAL HANK.
Weather. Warm nnd very pleunnt.
PkreOVai.. Mr. .las, S. Mortis, of
IJIlen, U in thut'ity on biiMiief.
For new citron, ornniru mid Icmot
pool, go to JorgensonV corner of Twcn
tieth fired and Washington uvcntlit. tf
Hk.lv. Tho Gallatin Gatttle snys John
P. Hely has commenced 11 rc-urvey of
Sliawncetown.J. Hely will "fix" tlw thing
"P-
Tiik Lr.vKK. The loven yehtcrday
w U unliuatlon. Everybody wns busy,
and n happy us n muny "big sun llow-ers."
1.FMHKII.
S. WALTERS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every deirrlptUo,
LATH.TSII INGLES, CEDAR POSTb,
DOOKS; SASH, liLINDS
ouderb solicitkp.
Steamboat LumbeBi
Furnished on hortt notice,
Commercial-ftv, let. 10th and llth-tla.,
CAIRO JtUKOII.
For Sale. a coitugo on 12th street
containing 7 room., cUUtn ,nd oui
bousos complete. Applj n
y' Thokntov.
Makriaoe lll'lDK. Interi'iUnB WOrk
numerous engravings, 2'J1 pagns. price
60 cents. Adlrois Dr. Butt's Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mi'
See Advertisement. tf.
Mound Cur. Quito a member of the
young people of this city went to Mound
City lait night to attend a surprise party
to be given at the res'denre of tho Misses
Curler.
" Little Hihernian. "Tho " Little
Hibernian " lire errginc is to bo repainted
and cthcrwUo "fixed up." She is ono of
tho best engines in town, and the Hiber
nians know how to use her,
A Biu Haul. .Mr. John Harrison, ihe
Hibernian, u few days since caught, ntone
pull cf his sc'ln, 357 rlsh mostly of buffn'o
weighing ipecius, in tlio aggregate 3,000
pounds. We tako It that this is an "tl
flrnl" big ha il. Who win be.il ll
For Aldkumkn. Messrs. A. II. Safl'ord
und .1 elm T. Reiinle, of the first ward; 1'
Fitzgrtrnld nnd John B. Phillis, of the
third ward; and Mr. John II. Robinson,
ot the fourth wnrd nnnounca themselves
in this morning's Bulletin as candidates
for tbo board cf aldutmen. "With Messrn
Satlbrd and Rennio in the council, tho first
wnrd would bo iibly nnd faithfully repre
senteil, whilo tbo city at largo would gnln
two able and untiring workers for her best
intcre't. In tlio third ward, whether Mr.
Fitzgerald or Mr. Phillis U elected, wc
wl'l bo sutlaflud, for thuy are both good
tiH'ti, and will labor faithfully for every
measure that will comlu'.-o to tho welfure
of tho people. And tho fourth ward could
not choose n man who wculd cr could do
moro for her thun Mr. John II. Robinson,
His every interest is identified with tho
Interest of tlio city, and the protporlty of
Cairo is Mr. Robinson's prosperity.
The Winston-Carl Ficjht. A diffi
culty occurred yesterday between Co).
Winston and A. J. Carl, tbo particulars
of which nro about ns follows : Col. Win
ston had been talking In tho postofllco to
tro supporter of his by the naino of
Wcliiis., and had said something about
being a frloml of tho colored mini, ns Is
usual nmong politicians now-a-dayt. Af
ter ho left Welmes, Curl romnrked (jok
Ingly, he says) : " Don't you bollovo him,
Welmes; Dross is as good a friend of tho
colored man as J.o is." Col. Winston
pro'jubly not understanding Carl's m.
guago lo bo of tho Jocular kirn),
raised his cane, nnd saying: "You lie
ur; " struck with tho londed end at Carl's
bead, nnd lilt Iilm a severe blow on thn
arm. Carl then reached for his'llro-arins,
which ho didn't have, and by-ttnnders
separated tho belligerents. That Is about
all of It. Tlio incident crcatpd quito tin
excitement, und may bo wored as (he first
fight ortuo campaign.
BUSINESS LOCALS,
L. Jorgcnscn has on hand n fresh sup
Py of Damsons, in syrup. If
Smoked calmon and Yarmouth bloat
ers, just received nt Jorgonson's. tf.
Oyster Soup at Harry Walker's every
mornlnj;. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tl
Now that tho Cairo nnd Vinccr.ncs
rnilrcad is n fixed fact tho contract
having been let, and work to bo commen
ced at onco, Jorgensen is prepared to soil
all kinds of groceries cheaper than any
other house in tho city. tl
-Where aro you going? To the place
number 63, Ohio leveo, where thoy koep
tho best fresh oysters, fish and game, and
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars to bt
bund In the city. Opon at nil hours, day
or night. J. E. Park
Mr. Gustitv Klingsolir, a musician of
noted ability, who has for tho past few
yours, been engaged ns a professor In Bal
timore, Md., proposes to mako his future
home In our city nnd now offers his ser
vices to tho public. Those who hnve not
already engaged competent teachers would
do well to address Mr. Kllnirsohr, Box
11C3. Cairo, III. Also espoclal attention
given to piano tuning.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
A. Luven has opened a grocery store in
tho hoiHc on tho corner of Fourteenth and
Walnut strttols, where ho proposes to
keep a general assortment of family gro
cedes, provisions, choice butter, eggs, etc.
und ho promUcs to sell his goods on ns
reasonable terms ns can be obtained at
any other establishment of tho kind in the
citv. Givohimttcr.il. feb21-Jlm.
WILEY a nixiiy
havo opened tho grocery and provision
storn lately occupied by Charles Evans
Washington nveiiue, between Eighth und
Ninth streets, mid havo furnished it witli
a stock of strictly reliable family groceries.
Vegetables, gamo and poultry In season,
anil goods delivered lo any part of the
city. dlw
Wo havo no hesitation in recommend,
Ing William Ehlers, boot and shoe maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. We
know whereof we speak when we snj hi
work is done in a masterly manner nt the
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of slock, and he cannot bo excelled in
tbo delicate task of making an oxact fit
Give him a call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington nvenua nnd
Poplar stroot, nearly opposite tho court
house, and ws will guaranteo satisfaction.
II is true that Blankenburg's Excel
sior saloon is now ono of the institutions
of tlio city. All drinkers who llko really
excollent liquors whiskies, wines, beor.
otc. go to tbo Excelsior saloon, which Is
fitted up in splendid stylo. Blnnkonburg
who knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
a fine frco lunch overy morning and eve
ning, and, as ho forcibly expressoi it,
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." He
has cmployod tho services of a first-rato
pianist, who makos the grand piano
which stands In ono end of tho saloon
speak out In musical tones. Everybody
Is invited. Tho best order is maintained
nnd all improper characters supprossod
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Hero tho river continues swclllnc and
thero is at least 12 foct to Louisville, llo
low here tho river Is In as good condition
ns there is nny need of.
The condition of tho Mississippi remains
about tho same. Tho Ico remains as firm
ns over, nnd nil tho artificial contrivances
to break It looso have proved fruitless, and
It is evident that ruturo will hnvo to havo
her own cotirso.
A dlspntch was received from St. Louis
at 1 p.m. yesterday, saying that nnvlgatlon
was still suspended and ordering tho St'
Joseph to ttop hero nnd load for Memphis.
Ihe rise at hvansvlllo continue!.
Cumberland river is In nood boatinc
condition with 7J foct on Harpoth Shonls.
At Cincinnati tho river Is on a stnnd.
At Louisville tho rivor is rising slowly.
The Atknnsss rivor Is risi.ig with n fair
stago.
llUSINEbS AND WEATUKR.
The landings presented n lively look dur
ing tho day, nnd business was very good.
The boats all camo nnd went with cood
trips.
The weather yesterday wns clear and
vory pleasant. Tho lovco was crowded
with people, who wcro enjoying tho sun
shine, nnd likewise Washington's birthday.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.
Mention wnt mado in yesterday's
issuo of this paper of the denth of Doug
las B. Davis, n well-known steamboat
clork. Since then wo hnve learned tho
following sad particulars regarding his
death: About ten days ago n horse thief
made nn attempt to steal one of his horses
off his farm, situated about one hundred
mile above Nashville, Tenn., nnd was
caught in the net by Mr. Davis, who in
tended keeping him until the proper au
thorities should arrive. On tho night fol
lowing tho capture of the horse thtof,
Davis had occasion to leave the house and
was accompntned by Mrs. Davis. Thoy
proceeded but n short distance when th
thief suddenly stooped down and drew a
large revolver from his boot leg, which ho
had concealed thero unknown to any one,
and opened a murderous fire on Davis
One of tho shots took effect In hit bowels,
and after 24 hours of Intense suffering,
proved fatal. Immedlato search was
made for tho thief and murderer, who was
overtaken in a few houis, and shot 'down
by a cousin of Mr, Davis. Tho tragic
death of Mr. Davit is to be doplored. He
was just in tho primoof lift), and loved by
nil who wero fortunate enough to know
him, for his many good traits of head and
heart.
A few dnys slnco whilo the Thompson
Dunn was lying at this port, n well dress.
ed young man approached tho socond ett
glnecr, and had in his hand a small bundle,
and told the engineer that ho 'was con
nccted with tho M. N.- Express Company
and that tho package in his hand was for
him, and thero was one dollar charges on
it. Tho engineer paid the charges, and
whon lie opened tho pnekngo It contained
only one pair old dirty drawers nnd an
old shirt. Hud tho contldonco man mudo
his appearance then he would undoubtedly
have got n head put on him frco grates
Tho Valid and Ironsides left for St
Louis, each with several bargos in tow
When tho Valid was on her way up, a
difficulty arose between tho first clerk and
tlio first engineer, which rosulte d in blows,
and tho result was tho clerk ran against
the engineer's fist so hard that it blacked
his eyo ; that, we bollovo, was all tho dam
ago that was done,
Tho Dexter loft nt daylight for Now Or
lenns witli tho biggest trip sho has had on
board for a long timo. Her guards wore
filled with stock, likewise her cabin with
passengers.
Tho N. W. C. arrived from Casey 11 le
bringini: a small tow of coal. Sho re
turned with several empty barges.
The Mary Alico got away at 2 o'clock
p.m. yesterday for New Orleans. She had
four barges of assorted freight nnd three
barges of coal.
Sam Carbus, mato for tho Miss. V. T
Co., who bus been loading barges here all
this winter, left yesterday for St. Louis
where he will superintend tho loading of
barges.
The Jno. F. Tolio arrived from Now
Orleans and Is now loading for the south,
and will find plenty of freight.
The Jno. Lumsdeu camo down from
Nashville bringing 40 tons iron. She went
up to Grcenflold for a load of corn which
sho takes to Nashvillo.
Tho Kate Klnny with a bargo In tow ar
rived from Now Orleans. She will load
here for tho south. Sho has but little
Ohio rivor freight.
THE FURTRADE.
. LEVY A CO. PAY Till'. llt'JItKir MARKET
PRICES.
Below will bo found tiio corrected list I
of prices paid by II. Livy ifc Co., for
i.i.i . . t . . . ....
iiiue, iurs, itntnew, won, lillow, beci
wax, und ull kinds of country produco,
Lovy& Co. do n vory Inrgo trade in tliolr
lino, and It Is a woll known fact thnt thoy
always pay tho highest prices to bo ob-
tuincu m this mitrkot. 'Ihov
paying for
runs:
S2 00 n 2 26
00
60
lOalB
15
121
6 00 n 7 00
FURS AM) IlIIlKS.
aro now
Mink.... .......
Rncccon
Wild Cat
Houso Cat
Musk Rat ,
Opossum
Ottor
iicnr Skin 2 00 n 0 00
Beaver, per pound 60 a 76
UIDEK, per pound:
Deer Skins 274a3")
Beef Hides, Dry Salt I8 a'JU
" " Green Salt 0nl2J
'OTHER ARTICLES I
Tallow, par pound On 7!
Feathers, ' co06
Wool, ' C0n70
iicciwax " " 26 a 28
Tho above prlco list Is subject to correc
tion,
I
nOvlSt
Imported Malaga grapes at Jorgon
ton's, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenuo. tl
Wrioht's nu pius mtra minced mca
prepared expressly for family use, nt .Tor.
gonsen's.
Go to Dr. McGauley for Rattlngor's Fo
yer Drops. Warranted to euro tho chlllr,
Jorqenaon has the finest supply cl
Spanish olives in tho city. Try them
tf
Paul G. Schuh sells Rnttlnger's mcdl-
cinoi. tf
(PAS. tritOCXMCYII. WILLIAM SCHICK
CHAS. SOIIOENJIEYEll & CO.
FURNITURE ROOMS,
UPHOLSTERING
ARD
Mrtttress Manufacturing,
Furniture RepsUritis;,
PICTURE FRAMING.
All orders promptly atttndtdto.
NORTHWEST CORNER Or WASHINGTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH ST.,
CAIRO, ILL.
P. O. Drawer 1293. Janvtf.
Oyttor Soup at Hnrry Wnlker's every
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Oyster Soup at Harry Walkor's overy
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
kinds al-tf.
-Sandwltchcd meals of all
ways on hand at S. Jorgcnton's .
Joroenson has tlio best .East
preserves for tale cheap.
Ind
tf
Yarmouth tuccotash and corn at Jor
genson's. tf.
Rate r Freight.
To New Tork.
First Claa tl Ml Fourth Class.
Hecsud Claaa 1 40 dpeclal Class..
-t
ThlrJ Cla..
1 001
Cotton s
Compressed....
uacomprtsaea
To New
Tork.
I ss.
t It..
To
Boston
.11 00
.IW
Flenrt
To New Tors per bbl..
To Boston ner bbl.
1 eo
.. 1 70
From Cairo to.
Flour. rer lib.
liar, iwr Ion .,
Corn, i-r cwt
(ati. trcwi .,
I'outots.perhl
Annies, tier bbl
roiK, per iioi
Whisky. nerliW
3 5.
r C
s
r
Ll
40 A
6 00 S 01)
VI SI
82 SI
so a
4'i r.',
oi
i T5 I ai
From Cairo to
Coal Oil rer t
looacco isrn
Colion per hi
iimricr per si
Lumber Iccse
Ueavy lil-cwt
00
TOO
2i
I
t 10
4 (C
I M
IKS
32
WIN EH AND 1.KIUOIU.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
WINES, LIQUORS,
AMD
TOBACCO &c CZQ-ABS.
Agent for the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
AMD
lmporteU Ales f DUTerent Kinds.
75 Ohio Levee,
tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOOKFLETH,
ivceissoB roiiu a sTocsrtiia
Rectlfyer and Wholesale Dealer In
.Foreign and Domestic
wines ;and liquors.
No, C2 Oiiio'Lkvee,
OAUO, ILLINOIS.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City National Ilauk nulldlusr.
&.Speclal attention paid to ordera Irom aleam
oats nlKhtor dsv.
Crystal viiiognr from London ut Jor
genson's, corner of Twentieth stroot nnd
Washington avonuo. tf
Truth. Thu powers of Mrs. Whit
comb's Syrup for children are as positlvo
as tho sunlight from heaven, nnd gentle
and soothing us an angel's whisper.
H
K keens on hand csnstsntlr a fall stock o
uiii KrotuciT iionruon. nvi ana uononn
hel Whiskies, French Urandies, Holland Oin
name ami i;aiuoroa wines iadjuii
REAL. EMTA IX AGENT,
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUCTION ERS,
74 (second floor) onto lbykk,
CAIRO, ILLS.,
Bur and Sell Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTSJOF TITLE
A I prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
II. LEVY Jc CO.,
it urns is
HIDES AND PURS,
WOOL, ITATIII'.IW, r.TC,
93 OECIO:iiE"VaH3 3B.
Caimo, Illinois,
HUXIZf KRB.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
C'osntnerrlal Asrenne, afipoalle FJlto
Cairo, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WE A a
.Made U order, or Bsad.Mad
Has received a full and rompUta slook of goods,
he newest and eotnidtteat In the dir. Ai Im
mens varlty ot
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
ahe oOera creat mducemats to her pstrens and
all others to call on her.examint the prices, styles
and quality of her goodsi
Mrs.Swanoer. havios; sold her Drowrtv. wll
aeli the whole of these goods ,t btlowcosl
Now is the time to nurchase Cnristtnaa cood
t Ihe very lowest prices.
..jcriueU'iOlS lo Mrt
Pkok.Frean. ''nloi'wWoek n.
17 " 82,
28 82,
31 ' 82,
always n
82,
.., - ... . . ... v
wuii ncntnuss, cheapness anutiispaicn. Jv,, For terms, ete. apply to JAMEH JOHNSON,
eryuouy knows that tho ;isxcoir' "" seen
Fon nam:
it at tbo corner of Washlc
Iu,
tf
Bflwctu l.'ral Hail Itoal Coropspr now
(described lot" In '
and will keep constantly onk.V' Ho?11
slaughtered In the Cairo market. " '
petition, Give Ihem a lrlJ , ;2 !
' 11 2,'
SI 2. si
fiSfto JAMWIJOBNJON,, .
rAI.tTERa.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAIHTEES,
lanai
etc..
DcearaUtra Panerhanarlaa;, Halsasnln-
na;,
Cone la Ihe highest style el the art, and a
rates tnaiaeiy competition.
.
shop in perry house, corner or 8th
itreet and cumercial avenue.
MALOOHfl.
EL DORADO
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOIIH tlATES, ProprieUr.
let Cemmsroial Avsnae, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Beat brand of California Cigars Jott recalvsd,
BILLIARD saloon' furnished with the s-st ol
tables ; and bar supplied with wines, llqnera
andclgara of the finest brands.
A. SUSANKA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA SALOON
And Dealer In Portlga and Domsstlo
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Levee,
Between Ninth and Tenth Strssts,
Cairo, III.
declTtf
OROCKRIEH AMD D1TY OtfDB,
7
WILLIAM KLUGE,
DCALta IS
FAMILY GROCERIES,
DRY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
hats and caps, etc..
Has Just received a heavy stocx of Boots and
Hhoes, Hosiery and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
Da also has a bne stock of Family Grocsnea of
very kind.
CORNER S1XTH-ST. AND COMMBR
CIAL-AV.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
OAS FITTERS),
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
AND P4ALIS IM
OAS FIXTURES,
7
Gss Filter's fand I'Jumber's material, Woo
llUnillH. vlubf. ftn.1 ativtu al .t.n
cocks, check valves, etc. '
ALSO AQBMT rOB
Tnlta Hretlier Patent Dry Oaa Meters)
Indicator and supply Valve for steam boilers.
winter's block, comuercul-avknv
r IT Bnll. XOTt nWflTllIfl,
tt I prtismt for tam v.

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