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THE rAlKO 1UILY m'LLHTI.N, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1872.
T1METAI1L OF Til K I t.UNOia CENTRAL
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EVANSVILLE A.VD CA1HO,
riu'r r II
.,,1 i.molro for Envlll j 'very Hundny and
whurVAr Tnlngs s o'cloa.i, p.m. For
frint or r'. PI p JA! I(ia9l Agl,
CAIR0 ASD PADUCAII
Tht tplodid rtramir
Joe fouler, Mailer.
Cilro nit'fV, (-1 1: I iy excepted) at 4
m Kjf (relihtor pim npplr oa bor d or
B' JAS. BIUUN, Alf'l.
1'amberlsnil Itlver Iekel
VASnVILLK, CLAKKSVILLK AND
Th tplrndid atoamer
TOM nAHJIAN.-Mftiler AI.KX. )IARD.aerU
Will Itare Ciiro rery Sitnr.lpy at S o'clock p.m.
ibrClarkirili, and .Na.liTlllr. Kor frf iht or
tutu', ap.ly on ooard or to
a3!f JAS niG08, Ag'l.
OWK.SDAVIS...Maiter JAS.f. JACKSON...Clerk
Willltirr Cairo erry Thuroday ai & o'clock p.m.
for .Nt-hnlle, CI"irUTllleinl kII way poiuta. For
frtlt ht or D4tge apply on board or to
Julif. JAS. UKIGS, Ag't.
The ijood atamr
Wr.ErSIM.M3...Ma!it.r 1 .ISO. HARPER....CIrk
Will lre Cairo iTry Monday at 1 o'clock, p.in.
far .Vi'hTllU, and all way pnrti For frriht or
flitter, apply on board r to
in J if
FOU SALE, ) K'THale l FOR SALE,
' I Krr tjule J '
''OK SALE.J fSJ&JiU FOR SALE.
Fivro from LivKnrooL,
Fare fnun LoytiCXDERRY
Fare froin (it,Aiiaor,
Fare fmm Qukknstow.v
TO C.VIUO, $4 8' 2 0
SaiorJ, Mornt i Ci
I N.MAN LINK
.irpool Aeir.ynrlf and Philadelphia
Ha coiict iru t'MTCB hum aiu aaitina
Fnr Ctrrjin tne Mali".
FOIt I'ASSaITk TIUKKT.S
APl'LV TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.',
rHroi ly, Nirw-Yoik, or In
II. II on t,
Wahia;mn Avem-e, Cairo. nnla. 51
WILLIAM R. RMI'IMI J Tk
T.iMif.s '. .. .' .
Uti-.li . ;! '''"'""ti avenue an I Walnut atreet.
..niii-r. mi jipiiii.. up elalra.
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Ihi, .'. "rNtnlh aud Walnut ats.
va-.,4r.-ffJ, B H ,n t3Um , a
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ij..r-'nvt Mnetienth street mil
' o,r th? .1 y'- rt huiiae. Of.
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t"' J WHO. ILLINOIS.
miiiara u uiiot
"8poia. atteqtioaIr. , .
SUamboat buaineti. to AdmiuR, .,
mci-ohio heme, rooms :4N 8 uv
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Lot m block
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1 t-'.rt'lljr Hnrliu.
I iV are stith irltej ... anii.iiiui.'e Ah'tre D
a candidal lor re- election lo the office of L"-r
Marshal l l'i spproaohlngcliarter election.
for Clly Treasurer. .
W r authorised lo nnounue Mr-10 '
i.n la ihe emc
Taylor m a eand.d.te for re-rled ' phllrt
or City Treasurer at H"-
r r "r,
.. .iiae miMiHinci- my winf
ta an inix-i'" -
VZm "' ,"-,:on-
U,U ' J,.WolV HllL
uare.ih"'-' to aanuUm e M chael llw.
,., ran l,.M lor re-cleetl-.n I.. the office ol
Clerk t the enoiInK I'liatler election.
for i'lly Allot nir,
tt are aiilliiiriii" I lo annnuncr Mr. P. II. P"p
ti a n.IidHtt. Ini rcpe'lljn lo th orlli-o of Cil
Alliirtfry. at the enmln churl r flection. Id
U' are authorUcd to announce KreJollne
Br a a candidate for re-election tolheofflceof
rullce lRutraU, at Ihe enanlng charier elec
Ma. Koitor s -Pleaae announce tint at the
eniulng charter election, contention or no con
rentlon, I will be an Independent candidate for
the office of Police Magistrate, C. WINSTON.
Feb. 15. 1872. td
For ftelect Cotmcll.
We are authorlied to announce Capt, J. M,
Philllpi aa a candidate for tho Select Council,
Irom Ihe city at large.
We are authoritej to announce l. Hard a a
candidate for the Srlect Council Irom the city at
We are authority! to announce Paul O, Schuh
a a candidate for the Bclect Council from the
We are authorlitd to announce C. It. Wood
ward aa a candidate for thefelect Council from
the Second Ward.
We are authorized toannounco Mr.A.H.Safford
aa a candidate for Alderman from the Firat irnrd.
We are attlhomed to announce Mr. Jolin'l.
Rennln aa a candidate for Aldermtn irom the
We are authorized to announce Hint Mr.
John H.Kohlnton la a candidnte lor Alderman
Irom the Fourth ward.
We ore authorized lo annouoae Mr. John B
Phillla n.H a candidnte for Aldermaa from the
Third W rd.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Patrick
Fltrgeraldaa nrandldtte for Alderman from the
KDtroa Ri-LLziix: Pleiae announce Alfred
Coming as an Independent candidate for alder
man from the Second ward.
We are authorized to announce John y.HtJU
cil ai au independent candidate for Alderman
from Ihe Second Want.
We are authorizid to announce O. W, Hen
dricks aa a candidate for alderman from the
We are authorized to announce William Duder
as a candidate lor Aldermtn from the Second
We arc authorized to announce Itanc Wnldcr
aa a candidate for Aldermau from the Firat Ward-
K. II. It elected, my rmatltuenta will pleaae
addreaa all letters to mo aa plain I. Walder.
We are authorized to annouoco C. W. Diuning
aa a candidate for Alderman from the Second
We are authorized to annonnce Mr. I. Mockltr
aa a candidate for Alderman from the Firt ward.
We are authorized to anoounce Mr. Wood Klt
tenhoilieas a candidate lor Alderman from the
We are authorized to announce John Antrim at
a candidate for Alderman from the Second
f nbllxtiral mxrry tmorntmm, Momdmy
l'aul G. SchuU telU lUttlnger'a tnedl
JoROKXiiON has tho beet East India
pre.'drves for tale chrap. tl
Go to Dr. MvQauley for Rattlngor' Fe
ver Droju. Witrrunted to euro tlio chilli-
SandwitcbcHl meats of all kinds nl
way on hand nt S. Jorgeniion'?. if.
Oyntflr Soup ut JIarry Walker's cv? ry
morning. Alo frotli St. Louis beer, tf
Oyatov Kup at Hurry "Walkor's arerj
inurniii'. Alo frosh St. Louis beer, tf
Cuvhtai. vinosar from London at Jor
genfon'f, corner of Twentieth atreot and
Wasliin-cton avenno. tl
.lORUK.vco.v bus tho linet supply of
Spanish olives in the city. Try them
WniniiT's nu piu uura minced men
prepared expressly for family use, at Jor
gonsen'a. Nkw French prunes, currants and
raisins alwnys on hand at Jorgenson's
grocery More. tl
Foit new citron, orange and lemor
pool, go to Jorgenson'a corner of Twnn
ticth street and Washington avenue. t(
I'kok, Frkan, ic Co'h London blso.il t
always on hand, corner Twentieth Mnd
Washington avenue. if
For Sam:. A cottage on 12th stroet
containing 7 roomi, cistern and out
homes complete. Apply to
W. W. Thokktov.
i M.utitiAdi: Guun:, Interesting work
1 iiutnoroiiH engraving, Tl pugu. 1'rice
' 'ft . . A .1 I It. .!..,.,. .
..u cunis, muresa xsr.,iuitH uisjiuiiaur ,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
s,' A'lvcrti'omcnt. tf.
W have jun tuoWcd. from tho man
ufacturers, tv Wilcox ,nd Glbbs sowing
machine, ll is boautifuMy tlnlshed and
lias tne iicmmcr, braider, euj., xiiU ma
chine, worth sixty dollars, wlllu, ,ola Ht ft
bargain and may bo seen at Roulri 10
Winter's block. jt 1
HOARD AND LODGING.
Mr. 1. . Kills, corner of Seventh
and Commercial, is prepared to accommo
duto all who apply wli. board, with or
' U'out room'i ' price" lower than any
ri-ciass house in tho city, Mr. El-
Keep, Hri Mjicnt tau.y . hli
I on rnon,, hlgV,, Hght aud a!rv UIJ wu
, Md,'nd wol,RVO nohe.lUlloB in
j "m,Bi"Kl'IfctlontoaU who call on
Ueire with unfurnished Too,nt ftt
reasonable rates. Let Ml interested uv
notice, Keuiembor on the corner of
tuveiilh and Commercial.
WINTER FOR MAYOR.
a MASKKD BATtKitV UNCOVERED.
FK1ENDS OK'C-MRU TO THK
The ndmliilKtratlim of tho city govern
ntotit for the pit year has boon distasteful
to the dUsoluto and bad i-letnuiit of "r
coniiiiiitilty, and titling rowlved to n.it en
dure ll.n Infliction of go.id government
any longer, they have brought forward
M'r. llunry Winter' a cundldalo for
innyiir In oppoitlon to Mr. Lttnsdon.
Wc ahnll l.r:efly'nollco tho arguments
urged in Mr. Winter's bohnlf.
It Is said that Mr. Winter was opposed
to what Is known as tho hdg ordinance.
It Is truo Mr. Wlntor did make a foeblo
retlstancoto the ordinance at first, but ho
afterwards becamo an opponent of any
modification of it, and so
voted In the council. Hut
the election of "Winter wtll havo no effect
on this question, slnco a state law lately
passed prohibits hogs Irom running at
largo in every county of Illinois, under
It is said, that, If Mr. Winter is
elected, mayor, the faro .banks, keno
saloons and bawdy houses will again bo
allowed to flourish undisturbed, and lome
of .the men whoaro hi strongost support
ers nro openly laboring to secure his elec
tion on this account. If this
Is a good reason for electing any man to
office thn result to-day will determine.
Wo know Mr. Wintor openly maintains
the doctrino that no town can bo prosper
ous in which such establishments do not'
flourish, and has boldly mado this an is
sue. Ho does not go bohind the bush in
this matter. lie i open and bravo nbout
it. 'He has Iiimsolf set an exumplo of his
faith in this' doctrino by having been tho
proprietor of several keno and faro rooms.
Hi) has dealt, and doubtless will again
deal the gamo of faro, and preside with
dignity behind the rattling balls of kono,
It is said Mr. Winter ahould be elected
bcuauso Mr. Lan&den is not " one of the
boys," and has not been drunk and dis
orderly during the past year; that, in thU
respect, he is altogether the opposito of Mr.
Winter, who is not too proud to get drunk
with anybody, and will "shell out" when
a poor fellow is dry, and "set 'cm up
gin." Wo admit this is almost a clincher
in favor of Jack, nnd the result will deter
mine whether an accomplishment of this
kind is absolutely necessary to a success
ful politician In Cairo.
These are the only arguments urged in
Jack's behalf; and while they answer with
tho thoughtless, wo hope they may incite
thoughtful citizens to activity, to that tho
danger of his election may bo avoided.
Mr. Winter has no quality of head or
heart which entitles him to the support of
nny well-wisher of Cairo, and wo would
regard bis election ns more disastrous to
our prosperity than pestilenco or fnraino
or conflagration could be. We havo
many reasons for thu faith that is in us,
and we hope that jvery man who regards
tho welfare of tho city will turn out to-day
and protect the city from Winter and his
BttOSS OR WINSTON.
We, of Cairo, should have In tho ofllce
of polico magistrate n man who has the
ability and disposition to hold In cheek tho
turbulent and bad men who nro continu
ally passing between tho great cities above
and below us who will know no friend
and fear no foe, but hold the icnlos with nn
oven hand. Wo all know that Mr. lirns
is such a man a man who, though
ho may be sometimes wrong, Is always
honest, and who has acquired by expori
once u knowledge of the law absolutely
necessary to an intelligent discharge of
the duties of the responsible position of
polico magistrate Wo therefore tk-siro
his ro-eleclion to-day, and hope his friends,
may not be disappointed in tho belief that
he will succeed. Wo suy this in no spirit
of hostility to Col. Winston, his opponont,
towards whom wo entertain tho kindest
feelings, and whose ability wo acknow).
odgo, but bocnuse wo bolievo Mr. llrosi U
tho belter man for tho otllco. This is no
matter of porsonal feeling, but of opinion
in regard to tho fitness and qualification
of tho two candidates who have submlttod
their claims to the decision of tho pooplo.
There nro offices for which wo would sup
port Col. Winston In preforenco to Mr.
Bros, but the ofllce of polico magistrate is
not one of thorn. The contest ha boon
a warm one, and the rosult lias been some.
what doubtful, but we bolievo tho elcctorb
of tho city will consult their own inter-
ets)y electing Mr.Uross; and this fact can
not bo too utrongly urged upon hi friends;
and If they wish his succoss, they must
turn out and work for him a well ns voU.
Mr. Gustav Kllngsohr. a musician of
noted ability, who has for the past, few
yoars, been engaged as professor in 'Bal
timore, Md., proposes to make his futurst
home in our city and now offers his ser
vices to the public. Those who hava not
already engaged competent teacher would
do well to address Mr. Kllngsohr, Box
Cairo, 111, Also especial attention
tsWen to piano tuning.
ICK OUT THE BEST,
CHUons should not overlook the candi
date for member of tho city council. So
lect from the candidates In each ward the
test, and voto for thorn.
ATTENTION, IRISHMEN !
It Is said that tho Irishmen of Cairo ore
Mr. Jack Wintot's most urdent support
ers for mayor. Have thoy forgotten that,
when they were contributing means to
aid ktbe,oauso of tho Fenians, Jack Winter,
when Andrew Cain presonted to him tho
subscription list, declined to glvo a cent,
but said: "I will subscribe one hundred
dollars if I can bo assured that all the Irish
of Cairo will bo loaded on barges and sunk
with them lolho bottom of the river I1' If
any Irishman doubts this, let him ask An
To tho end that tha public peace and
quiet may be maintained and preserved
during the election to-day, and in accord
ance with custom, I, John M. Lansdon,
mayor of tho city of Cairo, do, by vlrluo
of the authority vested In mo as mayor,
order nnd direct thnt all saloons, groceries
and other places where intoxicating
liquors nro Fold, be closed during tho time
tho poll nro open ; nnd the police force of
tho city aro hereby directed to see that tho
requirement of this proclamation be en
forced. John M. Laksde.v, Mavor.
ATTENTION, HOGMEN !
Jack Winter claims an election to tho
oflicoof mayor on tho ground that he op
posed' tho hog ordinance. He did op-
poso the ordinance) became he wa tho
ownor of forty or fifty hogs ; but, fomo-
timo tit'tei its passage, ho sold his hogs, and
when tho question of the repeal of tho or
dinance came up in the council, he voted
against it. If Winter had voted to repeal
tho ordinance it would not now bo in force
Jack Winter, f all tbo members of tho
council, is the one at whose door most of
tho responsibility for tho hog ordinance
should be laid. Ho wa first against it '
then for it; and now he wishes to slip into
office as the peculiar champion of tho hog
Sour krout by the barrel for sale at
arr experienced gardener. Apply to II.
II. Car. dee, city national bank. d3t
requc.tJ tia to say lie fa not a candidate for
alderman in tho second ward.
wishes tho people In tho second ward to
understand that he is not a candldnto for
alderman in that or any other ward.
On Sunday last, at the 1'rusbyterlan
church, Rev. Mr. Thayer addrcssod largo
audiences both morning and evening.
The house and two lots situated on tho
corner of Eighteenth and Walnut street",
is olfered for site on very reasonable
terms. For particulars apply nn tho prem
ises. " foh24-tf.
I'ARKKR 4 lll.AKK,
havo secured the services of an experi
enced jiupor hanger and decorator, and
aro now prepared to do all kinds of work
In their lino with neatness and dispatch.
WILKV A IIIXIIV
have opened tho grocery and provMon
i-toro lately occupied by Charles Krans
Washington avenue, between Eighth and
Ninth streets, and have furnished it with
n stock of strictly reliable family grocories.
Vegetables, gamo and poultry in season,
nnd good delivered lo any part of tho
city. ' dlw
XKW (IROCKKV STORK.
A. Leven has opened a grocery store in
tho house on the corner of Fourteenth nnd
Walnut streots, whero ho proposes to
koop a general assortment of family gro
ceries, provisions, choico butter, egg, etc.,
and ho promises to sell his goods on ns
rcnsonttblu terms ns can bo obtained nt
any othor establishment of tho kind in tho
city, (tlvehimncr.il. feb2l-Jlm.
UKLD I'O n in,.
Mury Clavln, who shot Mary William,
it colored woman living on Third street,
no nl) two or three weeks since, had n pre
liminary hearing before Squlro Jorgenson,
yesterday, and wan held to bail in tho sum
of eevnu hundred dollar. Mary Wil
liams lias not yet recovered, and It is snld
may die at any hour.
Mr. IJurgor, tbo onforprislng Commer
cial nvenue dry good dcalor, having gono
east for the purpose of laying in n full
stock of goods for tho spring trade, offors,
in order to make rooirt for tho coming
giods, to sell his proiont stock at grontly
reduced prices. Everything will bo
marked down to astonishingly low rates,
nnd satisfaction guaranteed to purchasers.
TUK COI.ORKI) MKKTI.NO LA8T NIOI1T.
A Yery largemootlng of colored cltlnons
last night was held at Kclley's church,
nt tho correl. Tho tide ran over
whelmlngly in favor of LansdenJ and
Brosn. Speeches in favor ot thoso two
gentlemen, were mado by Messrs. Munn
Llnegar, Bird, Gladnoy and Acres, and in
favor of1 Winter and Winston by young
There was but two cases before his
honor, Squire Sbaqneisj , yesterday. One
was a lawyer, a resldont of a towa In
Jackson county, who cami loi Cairo v-
rI davs sIhch. Il gol drunk udd wu.
arrested al.d h.dged In thu calabo...... lf
was fined $5 nd the costs which ho failed
to pay, and accoidlngly went lo tho rain
boose, Tho other was a caso of plain
drunk. Sent up for seven days, .
On Sunday nftcrnoon between two and
th roo o'clock, n stnbblng affray took placo
botwoon two neurons, living on Twonty
soventh itrcot, which may result in the
death of one of tho participants. Tho
quarrel grow out of thf deiro of onu of
the negroes to prevent tho othor from mar
rying hi wife's ilster. Thostibbed limn
ti roported t.. l.u in a very critical coll i'
tlon, and may dlo at any moment. Tho
wound is in tho throat, and was Inflicted
with a largo pocket knlfo.
I will furnish church cushions, made of
green terry cloth slutted with moss, at tbo
low price $9 00 each. Leave ordors at my
shop on Sixth stroet, between Commercial
and Washington avonucs. W. G. Cart.
Rector Coan conducted sorvlces at tho
church of the Redeemer as usual. Tho
house was well filled both morning and
ovenlng,and the Hector's addresses nro said
to have been excellent, and were highly
appreciated by his bearers.
L. Jorgensnn ha on hand n fresh sud-
Py of Damsons, ir. syrup. tf
Smoked salmon nnd Yarmouth bloat
er, Just received nt Jorgenson's. if.
Oystor Soup nt Harry Walker's every
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Now thnt tha Cairo nnd Vlnccr.nes
rallread is a fixed fact tbo contvncl
having been let, and work to bo commen
ced at once, Jorgenson Is prepared to rail
nil kinds of groceries cheaper than any
other houeo In thu cltv. tl
Where nro you going? To tho placo
number 63, Ohio levee, whero they keep
the best fresh oysters, fish and game, nrtJ
tho finest wines, liquors nnd cigars to bt
found in tho city. Open nt nil hours, day
or night. J. E. Park
Wo hnvo no hesitation in recommend,
Ing William Ehlers, boot and shoe mnker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. We
know whereof wo speak when we say t.u
work is dono in u mastcrlv manner at the
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of stock, and ho cannot bo excelled In
tbo dcllcato task of making an exact tK
Givo him n call at his shop on Twonliolh
street, between Washington nvenue and
Poplar street, nearly opposite tho court
house, nnd wo will guarnnteo satisfaction.
Ills true that Blankcnburg's Excel
sior saloon is now one of tbu Institutions
of the city. All drinkers who like reuliy
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
otc. go to tbo ExcelMor saloon, which is
fitted up in splendid style. Blankenburg
who knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
a fine freo lunch every morning and eve
ning, nnd, as he forcibly expresses it,
Sweetens the lunch with music." He
has employed tho services of a first-rato
pianist, who makes the grand piano
which stands in ono end of the saloon
speak out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. The best order In maintained
and all Improper character suppressed
with neatness, choapnes and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the .Excelsior saloon
i at tho corner of Washington avenue and
BURNETT & CO,
HIUUEBT CASH PRICE PAIU FOR HIDE
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth stroet, are prepared to pay tho high
est cash price for urticles in their line, a
Prime Mink SI. 75 lo U.2o
" Raccoon COc to COc
" Musk Rat
10 to 10
" Wild Cat
" Benver Skins
Grcon Salt, kip and calf....
40 to lb
5.00 to COO
. o.OO to 7.00
.. 0 to 10c
.. l'J to 14c
. 25 to 36c
For other articles, such as rags, feath
ers, bee wax, wool and tnllow, we .vill pay
the highest market prircs.
BUH.VKTT & CO.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, 111.
imported Mnlugn grapes at Jorgen
son's, corner of Twentieth stroot and
Washington nvenuo. tf
Yarmouth succotash nnd corn nt Jor
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
Bteainer. Where frtftn. Wliero lo.
Belle Memphls.St. Louis Memphis.
Win. J. Lewis St. Louis.
St. Luko St. Louis.... Memphis.
II. M. Shrove Vicksburg.
Edinburgh Cincinnati ...Red river.
Warner Clncinnnti....Now Orleans.
xniisman Nashvlllu,... Nashville.
Julia St. Louis Vicksburg.
Mohawk M'd City.
Idlowlld Evnnsvillo.., Evnnsvillo.
City of Holona.St. Louis Vicksburg.
City of Alton..St. Louis New Orleans.
Mollio Moore..St. Louis Now Orlouns.
Nichtlncalo... Cincinnati... Ark. rivnr.
Sam. J. IIalo..Cinclnnati.. Memphis.
Susie Silver.. .St. Louis Now Orlcnns.
City of Cairo., .St. Louis New Orleans.
James Fisk.jr.Pad Pad.
Illinois Col Col.
CityofChcster.St. Loul Memphis.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Tho river nt this place continues to riso
steadily and tho stago of tho rlvor nbovo
nnd bolow bore Is sploudld,
lho Mississippi is In u very good condi
tion considering tho longtlt of time It ha
been open, Tho channel Is easy to run.
That river i rising nnd n splendid stago
of water Is oxpoctod in n few days.
At Cincinnati nnd Louisville tho Ohio
is falling slowly.
Cumberland river Is steadily falling.
RU8INB8S AND WEATHER.
For tho past 2 davs tho harbor has boon
the scene of life and animation, and n
Urge amount of business has been done.
Our port Hit looks like those of old, and
the Wit hire tti tile tho wolkln rlrt with
their welcome whistle, and now that both
rivers are open( everything bid fair for
n busy season. There I plenty of freight
now for shipment, and long trains coining
in every hour heavily loaded with south
ern bound freight.
Tho weather remains pleasant and mild,
and tho old leg king tins Iriulcd in hi Icy
fetters, nnd emigrated nort.i ward. Tho
present spall of weathur may b.T clnsscd
as a weather breeder, and a gunnr.il ruin
I expected before niuiiy dnya,
MISCKM.VNKOI'S M VTI F.I!.
Capt. Iiugui and 1 1 i I it ii i Hill, tlio diver,
nrrlv.-l huru rr, (Jiiiulniiuti vesterdav
morning, and Immediately procured n ve
hlclo and loft for tho John Kylo. Noth
ing certain ha beon received from there,
but is is believed that tho Eckert can nnd
will rnlse her. She had her pump at work
yesterday, and wa doing good service.
Th Kylo tios In an easy and straight po
sition. Tho Belle Memphis wa the first boat lo
arrive from St. Louts sln;o Jait.'ioth'. Sho
camoout Sunday nt 1 p. m., having lost
C hour on tho way. Sho report 8 feet
wnter nnd nn easy channel. Immediately
after her came tho St. Luke with a good
trip for Memphis.
Will. Fowler, a well-known steamboat
clerk, died at Paducah a few days ago
rorn long time ho had beon suffering
from nn Incurable disease, and everything
that wn dono for him provod frt.ltle. He
Im boon clerk on thu Idlcwlld since she
has been running, with tho exception of
the time ho was conflincd lo hi bed. Ho
was soon to bo married to n most ftiina
blo young lady, but death ha claimed him
first, and lib ha paid tho debt that wo all
Tho Mohawk camo off tho waw nt
Mound City and wa towod down to this
plnco by tho tug Cache.
The Edlnburg for Red river loft draw
Ing 6 feet. On ber arrival hero both her
engineers were sick nbd the had to procuro
City XaUlonnt itatik Building;.
aH'eclal attention paid to orders Irom steam
OROCKRIKpi AND DRY fJOODN.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
Has just received a lieafjr stocx of Boot and
hlioea, Hoilerj and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
lie alio liaa a tine stock of Family Groceuesot
CORNER STXTH. AND COMMER
U. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
71 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE
Huv AND Sr.Lt. llEAI. Kbtate,
FURNISH 'A BSTR A CTSfO F TITLE
ii I prepare Coneaneei of Kinds,
CAIRO CITY COAL
fs prepared to supply customer wlili Ihu best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
WltKUS led al llalllday llros, ottice, 70 OHIO
i i,r. r.r.. or ai wie i;oai laru ueiuw ine m.
unarias lintel, win receire prompt attrnlion
THKTIIQ " MONTAl'K" willl-rln
K coal alon
side steamers at any hour.
1'DKM AND IlIDtM.
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, FEATIIEIM, KIT.,
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Have reopened lh
POPULAR MEAT .91 ABUET,
and will keep constantly on to
slaughtered In the Cairo roarkst. Ttiey dew om
petition, Olve them atrial. epflir.
lilt Y UIMIIIS.
71. FALL WINTER, 72
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRi,
LAHUti STOCK OF CARKTIN(.
OIL O LOTUS,
II la Ktatlrt-Ntoek Now I'loalng Obi
VERY LOW FIOURKS.
CORNER BtII ST., AND COUMERCtAL-AV.,
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cm
cauo, New York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Passenger trains arrire at and leate Cairo aa fid.
'aatrr aiiSa.m .-......ltOO p.m.
Inr-isi... . 4i00 a.m ..............at5 a.m.
Both trains conneet at Centralis wlih train on tbe
I'aua, I'ecatur, Bloomingtcn, Kl Paso, J.abslie,
Mendota, Freeport. Galena, fubuque, aud
all point In Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and
Iowa. And with
f.iaes running Kast and West lor
Si. Loan, Hpnnjcheld, 1-ouistille,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, ColumLus.
And at Chicago with Mlchljsn Central, Mlchlgsn
Bonthern, and Pitt.turg. Kurt Wayne
and Chicago Railroads lor
Detroit, Clereland, Dunkirk.
Albany, lloston, Philadelphia,
Magra Falls, F.rle. Uuttalo,
.New Tork, I'lttaburi;, llsltlinore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R Ut.
On and after Monday, April 2lh, 171, trainawil
Tatias ooiao aorta hit.
I.esre Virginia ',M a.m... .
" bpringfield :iO " ....M.
" Taylorfllle...lo.w .........
Arrive at l'aua 11:40 m.
TaAlKI 001 SO MOaTNWUT,
. 3.W '
. 4:!M "
ueare i-ana .... :(sva,m .........
. c:lo '
Arrire at Hprlngfield.OilS 11
leave RpsingHeld .r:'Ui "
Arrire at Virginia.......:?
Tsilas oolao saoTuassT,
Leave Edgewood ...... 5:30 a.m. 10:10 a.m
" Flora .. 11:40 '
Arrive at Hhawneetown3:Vp m 6:15 p.m
TSilSS OOINO NuaTIIWUT.
Leave flhawneetown 5:1'. a.m l.lOp.m
' Flora. 'tM " 7;O0"
Arrive at Kdgewood 4:50 8:20
The 6:30 a.m. Irala from Edgewood, runa only
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 6:45 a.m.
train from Bhawneetoan on Tuesdays, Thurs
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
ol Chicago and Alton llsllroad, for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, and all points west.
At Hprinifleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, lor
Dloomlngton,Chlcagn,u.ndall points north, north
weal and west.
AtTana with Ind. and St. I.ouls, and Illinois
Central Kallroad for all points east, aouth and
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.
AtHhawneetoan, With steamboats for Claclu.
natl, l'aducali, Cairo and St. Louis.
ORLAND SMITH, Oen'IBup'L
Join FoaaiTT, Orn'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag't.
CIIAHLES M. HOWE & CO.,
No. 64 Ohio Loveo,
And Dealer In Foreign and Domestlo
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Loree,
Betweob Ninth and Tenth Streets,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
p. REXFORD Proprietor
eoaaia ouio ima and sscoai. sr., k
Ihe Only Ftnt-Chit Jloute in the City