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tliti tiAlim DAILY lUTIil.KTLN, ."SUNDAY, MARCH 3. 187U
Til WKLBK'S GUIDE.
TIME TABLE Of TUK ILLtNOtS CETAL
Ob and alter Aunday, Ma. tlth IITl. " J"0"
g tine-table wtll govern the arrival ' dP'1-
r of pnsnnger tralna at Caimi
Deparf-Mall train, daily J;2?M5
Jotti-Mell, daily. 3:15 "
nx rae. -" p-m.
t'alro end luls bliotl Line.
IMpari. - - Itwa.m.
Nochingeof ws from Cairo to HI. Loula. Ne
oJienisv-o'a.-s frorr Cftlro to Chicago. Hn
rar'r.f Hofl-n sleeping csre on night trams,
aggage checked to til important points.
cairo and mound city
U'fll make Hires trip daily.
tiiriia cuao I LrtviNo'iint i ltt
4.1 ;,, .n. m. I At ::'.0..... ..... ni
i II -....... in. i At 1::M '
At t 3 - . .p in. I At 6 p.m.
F.ree.ieh nr. 30 cente! til litket for f- W,
Will lam ,whe d hailed, nt any g to.l inlerin diate
ndiog:or pai.ouger or neigru.
KVANSVILLE AND CA1UO,
6VS FOWLER..... ...Master
Will leave Cairo for Evanavllle every Sunday ami
TburadaT evening, at 5 oVlJiM, p.m. For
Irslgotor passage, apply on board QM g
OAIHO AND PADUCAII
Tb apleudld alrnrotr
Joe I'owUr, Mailer.
atl Cilro DII,V, (lnlri ezoaptnd) at 4
m. Fjr IriUhtor en ie apolj- pn boar d or
j.is. ntnuM, Ag'i.
Camberlnntl Itlver Pnekoti
SASnVlLLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
Iho iplcndid iteamer
TOM HAUIAN...Maater AI.HX. HARD Clerk
Will leave C ilro every SatuM ny at 4 o'clock p.m.
forClaikivUle, and Nashville. For freight or
riMire, ap..ly on Doart or to
JsaJtf J A3 DIOas, Ag't.
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The gallant steamer
JOHN LUMSDEN, '
OWtNDAVIS...Maitr JAS.t'. JOHNSON-.Clerk
Will leave Cairo evcrv ThumdaT at fi o'clock p.m
for .Va-htille, Clfxrkavlllonnd all way poluU, For
freight or paaiage apply on bnard or to
JaaJif. JAi. BtfJGS, Ag't
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The good steamer
W1T.ET 8IUM9...Matter J NO. UARPKR....CleIk
Will tcave Cairo every Monday nt 6 o'clock, p.m
for Nashville, and all way po'ta For freight or
paiiage, appir on uunru mr to
tan J tf
JA9. IIIOOJ, Agt.
IMMIUKAA'T TU Ur.TH
FOR SALE, ) For Hale r FOR SALE,
I Fcr Sale I '
FOR SALE. J ForHftle 1 FOR SALE.
Faro from LivEnrooL,
Faro from Londc.vijkkrt
Furo from Olahoow,
Fare from Qukknstow.v
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $1 8-
2i.1orJ, llorrn A Ca
Liverpool NtwToik ahd Phlladrlphla
ii comairr wivh i'mtid atATta ann aaitiia
For Carrying tne Walla.
FOR PAiSSAGE TICKETS
ci riatnra taroKUiTioi
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
JlIlroaday, Nen'.York, or to
Wahlpgton Aenu, Cairo. nnia. ji
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
liWDfiN JrSo. it Thirtecnih atreet. be.
J7- e.V w'"'ii?ion avenue un I Walnut atrei t.
vmi-n-M Oirntiiercul avenue, lip atalra.
.3.C- W- UU.N'NINO, M. D.
TJMIDBSCr.-.jrn-r.Vinth. on t W.ilnut rts,
-" nt mi, ,trni an I )lili leve,
oaiva houra-fr,),,, 0 ,.m. to t; m . und p.m
H. WAUDNKR, M. H.
T3EMDF.Sr:r,-;oraer NlnHteiuh lret an I
.V.. ""i'.'Ot Hfenua, nei'couil hume Of.
Lc over ttw po.io'tr, oaiaa hour-W to U
a.m. and j to t p j mtitf.
Z. K.S. U1UGHAM, M. 1).,
Offlfa, V.n.i.. a.
snrParticular atteutlon paid to river an Ii.
strait y businoa.
OFFICE-Orer First National llnnk, Olili. I.eve.
GREEN ti GILUEKT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
(Titllam If. een
William B Gilbert
aVaT-flpecia. atteutlon &lla to Admualty and
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OVER
CITr NATIONAL HANK.
Tha Illinois Central Rail Hot I Company no
fTrfor eale throllo,rii2il.'nU,l ula )u jrr.
Addition to thu Cltyol Cairo, vm
o ST block M. IM SIblock M,
It " , ' " 1,
i a a, " J tj
tir Urtat.tite, sppl ' iAMi;Soli;.iiv,
. V -
I Nfitt' ADVBKT1SEMBXTS.
is a ivri,
.411 partlo t .i.g vlainie agalnel the eiiamer
A. faker mill ntriml thini Immediately to '"e
utderalgnrd f i satllement. , , , ,
For an entirely new and fal. atlng wotl or Unit
THKH03IB OF GOD'S PEOPLE
T'ie g'ande.i n l tn' at popular book out, now
eeiling iier Hum an) other ture Looks com
bined aariaoo aupeib Kngr.vlng Unc
tiiriii ioo iii .iruer lu 10 uasa. ihe heat
rhino to inki- tnonav ever ntlred. A am,,!
Agrn' wat.ted lu evity T.mnahlp. r-en ' b.r our
nr. ultra Willi li-iina tin uriiwl), ile.rtliitinn,
on turnPHi'iilK, 'o. F. A HUTCH AhtSN LO.,
tt'l Nm tli Sixth at e.l, ft, Louie, lln,
Alao Dlllj I In" ol Hie S$w litis a-rto
I'oitutor Fin i.r Ml1 r, nli'cli Hit ll nirp.er
all oll.rr eilliiou. (.'1 ti i n ill rl li 1 1 lixrm liga.)
DISSOLL'TIOaV OF COI'AKTNEU
VtlTICK la hertby given tlmt the pirin-f'h
liH-ftijur exl.tmg bi'lwi" 'ii u in Ittu ii I
III I IU II I '
l,ii.n,.m earned n llilfie Central llo.i.e.nl o. la :
iih. d y dia-cilvul hy itiiiin.il rnne i, inl I
eiiine- all the ilelit- due, m l Hill roiuvl II 'l-li
owing In aalrt p-irlio-nli.p.
Uili'd Culio, III. Ku. i, Uli.
2 J8 fit MAHY UAtF.NhY.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
D. REXFORD Proprietor
COtKtk OHIO LIVIt AND ICOM) Ct
if Only Fir$t'Clas Home in the City
W naggageconveyed to nd from the Depo
free nl ri arife.
nilOTN A.VD NIIOIM.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,"
letwetn Waahtngton arenuo and Tojlar
llooli and Rtinea Made to Order,
Fin Workmen Employert.
CARL L. THOMAS,
a now prepaied to reipond promptly to all de-
manua lor nia aervicca.
SIIOI'-COB. 6TU-ST. AND COUMKRCAL-AY
lu ttiti I'erry Hon,
I'ubllalird everjr warning, Mondnj' ex.
Paul G. Sehuh sells Ratllnger's medl.
Go to Dr. McGauley for Rsttlngor'i Fo
vor Drops. Warranted to curo tho cblllf.
Oyster Sutip at Harry Walker's every
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Oo to thk Excelsior saloon for fresh
St. Louis lugcr beer.
Oystor Soup ut Hurry Walker's eor
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
For Salf- A cottugo on 12th struct
containing 7 rooms, cistern und out
houses complete. Apply to
Fok tue best St. Louis luger iu the
city, go to Rluukenburg'4 Excelsior sa
Mariuaoe Ol'IUK. Interesting work
numerous ongravtiigs, 21 pnget. Price
CO cents. Ad Iron Dr. Uutl's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Slroot, St. Louh, Mo.
Son Advertisement. if.
IJOAIfl) AND LODGING.
Mr. T. It. Kill, corner of Seventh
and Commerciul, is prepared to accommo
date all who upply with boitrd, with or
without rooms, ut prices lower than any
other flrst-cluss houso in tho city. Mr. El
lis keeps un excollent table; his rooms are
front rooms high, light and ulry, and well
furnlshod, and wo huvo no lie.ltulion in
promising satisfaction to nil who call on
him, Mr. Ellis will also supply parties
who doslro with unfurnished rooms at
reu.onnble rates. Let nil Interested tuko
notice. Remember on the corner of
Bevonth find Commercial,
FKtan St. Louis lager beur just received
ut lh Kx-.tiUW nloon. F. Illitnkenburg,
TKSVOtlMIN(nnn COMPLEXION, Th
I I. r f . f
'""nations produced by Hugan's
MognolU nlm ,iro .mite n, astonishing ns
lltlV kinilttaa tt... 4 t.
futnous beautlUvr tratiMnutes mov
fv, ..., h i.miiiul-xiuu, into enn in
which me miy anu mi rore vie fur udml.
ration, nnd Imparts to a dry, harsh skin
tho softness of perfect lovllnesi, Tan nnd
freckles, which country nlr und ounlluh
nro pretty suro to produce, in spite of par-
aso's und sundowns, ure completely ob
literated by it; while it bus n perfectly
magical effect In banishing unduo rednes,
blotches and pimples from tho skin.
When the lady who has used It to remedy
her complexionul defects looks Into n mir-
ror, the is equally uitounded and gratified
at the improvements in her appearance.
Every blemish has disappeared; hor neck,
arms and bosom, now rival in whiteness
tho snowy collar which cncircloi her
throat, hor cheek mantles with n peach
like bloom, and iho is rcadv to invoko a
blessing on the inventor of tho artlclo
which has wrought such a dolfif htful trans
formation. '.'.28-erd&w-Iw. i
C-uiity ciurt will convene In regular
cijlun to-morrow, Monday.
The aoel ible of iho Indlc' bcticvolt-nt
ancluly, will liu held nt tlio 'ciidtiico of
Mr. Pulni,on Wulnut, two doors nbovo
rwontlutli aircet, tu-morrow, jionuuy,
evening. Tlic public nrocordliilly invlied
rTL'AUT k OIIOI.CON,
Atbcneum building, vlll optti with n well
elected took of drei good, funry i;oodi,
notion, and liidlu., und genta, furnlthing
goods fur tbo aprlng trudc, on Tuesday,
Mnrch, Bill, 1S7J. Thoy will bo pleased to
meet tlieir old frlcndi und customcri, and
guarantee tlicin fnvorirble jirlef nd
Mr. Henry Kiinfinrin, engineer on the
r I ..!- I I I
rr. ""' i-iu, '"""J "'
,.t ve'terdnv tnornlnt, by tlin biir'titig of ii
steam pips on board that lw.it. Tliough
severely, Mr. Kaufman U no way danger
ously scalded. Ike Wntdcr has taken
charge of tho engines of tho boat and wll"
run them until Mr. Kaufman's recovery.
Steunrt and Gholson will commenco
business, for tho present, in tho
Athencum building, on Tuesday, March
5ih, with a full stock of dress goods, fancy
goods, notions, etc. lloth Mr.Stcuart and
Mr. Oholson nro woll known In this com
munity as first-class business men, and
will bo sure to command n reusonublc
share of tho public patronage
Rt. Rev. Uisbop "Whitehomo will nd-
tnlnistor the Rite of Conformation ut the
Church of tho Redeomcr, on next Wednes
day evening, March Cth, tit seven nnd n
half o'clock, p.m.
Thcro will bo religious services nt tho
Church of tho Redeemer, Prosbyteriun,
Methodist, German Lutherlan and
Catholic churches, at tho usual hours ot
rtancil for alderman.
Several members of the board of alder
men having expressed doubts as to the
legibility of Mr. John Q. Standi, member
elect for alderman from tho second ward,
to a seat in that body, wo bavo tnado It
our business to enquire into tho question
of that gentleman's night, to a scut in tho
board, nnd ro convinced that he
is qualllicd to represent his word in
tho city council. Ho is possessed
of nil tho property qualifications required
by tho charter.
William U. Parker, a colored man, was
before his honor, Squire Shanncssy, yester
day, for stabbing ono Hownrd Roberts,
also colored, on Sun lay afternoon, last
Parker and Roberts became involved in n
quarrel ut n house lu Twenty-fifth street
und for some timo thoy hud it list and skull
They wore Anally sep trntd, nnd Parke
was expelled from thu houfo through
tho front door. Once in tho yard ho drew
his knifo and started to cntur the houso by
a rear door. In turning tho corner of the
houso, however, ho met Roborts, and an
other severe light took place, during which
Parker stabbed Roberts In tho neck, in
flicting a cut nbout an inch in length nnd
half an inch deep. His honor con
cluded that it was nn "aggravated caso
of assault and b.itterj ,' and lined
Purker twenty dollars nnd tho trimming.
Tliefino nnd costs were paid, nnd Parker
CAIRO AND VINCE.VNKS RAILROAD
Tho Cairn nnd Vincenncs railroad com
pany, havo stop nil their laborer along
tho live, in order to allow tho tub-
contractors to begi i work. Mr. Timothy
Booth, who has n contract for building
ten miles of the road, commencing nt
Cairo, will commenco work in a few days.
Mr. llootli Is to complete his contract by
the 4lh day ol July, 1872.
Wo uro informed Hint nbout ono
thousand hunds nro employed on the work
nt tho tunnel, in Johnson county. Mr.
Douglas, who has a contract to construct
11 flee n miles of the road in Johnson
county, of which the tunnel Is a part, hus
agreed to complete the work by the llrst
of October next.
The Iron for this road has been putchns
ed. Tho greater part of it will be shipped
to Evuusvillc, und from there over tho St.
Louis & SjuthouUurn rotdto Carmi; from
which piano It will bo distributed along
thu line. The remainder will b.) shipped
"ither to Cairo or Mound Citv,
BURNETT & CO.
lllQIIEST CASH PRICK PAID FOR I1IDIN
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Tltornton's block,
Tenth street, uro prepared to puy tlio high
est cash price for articles In thuir lino, as
Prime Mink $1.75 to 2.21
' Raccoon 00c to CUc
Musk Rat in to lu
' Wild Cut 40 to 10
1 Opossum lo to 12
1 Otter 6.00 to COO
' Reaver Skins fj.00 to 7.U0
Green Salt, kip und culf,
. 0J lo 10c
, 12 to 14c
Deer rjkius ,
. 25 to U5u
For othor nrtlcles, such as
ow, bees wax, wool and tallow, wo will day
tho nigliost market prices.
liURNETT & Co.,
Thornton', block, Tenth street., Cnlro, III.
Pat FiUgeruUl, of tho sample room
lias received tho uppointinent of ugent for
tnosaiu or the Huuiinondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wine Company's wlnos In this city.
If tho bottle with which wo have been
favored Is a sample of the quality of
theso wines, then we are prepared to say
that they nro among the best we lmvu ever
tasted. Ho has Just received a lurgo con
slgnment, which ho Is prepared to sell ut
tho lowest flguros, He has also on hand &
largo and completo stock of the vurlous
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, nnd wines of every variety.
IHw.clalJnlntfle.tlon of tliecltyrounclllo dleJIor
1 the purpu-eol rauva-.liig the retunu l Iho
Cjirj. Ill , Jlurcli 1, 1872.
Present His Honor, Mayor L ins.lcn, and
Cunningham, Hullidny, Html, Metcalf,
Schuh, Sense, Taylor, Wulder and Win
The mayor st'ited that tho object of tho
meeting wus for tho purposo of examin
ing the returns of tho Into churter elec
tion. Aldermen Ruder and Kenrdon nppenred
in their scats.
Thu clerk the" laid tho returns of said
election before the council Irom which it
John M. Linsden received in tlio
h'lru ward I-H
John M. Lansdcn received in the Sec
ond wnnl, '-'J
John M. Lutisdi-n received i.i the
Third wnnl V'
John M. Landen received in the
Fourth ward 210
Henrv Winter received In tho First
Henry Winter received in tho Second
Henry Winter received tn tho Third
Henry Winter received in tbo Fourth
Hultz received In tho First
Dr. 1). llullz reeclvnd in
Dr. D. Hultz received In the Third
Dr. I). Hultz received In tho Fourth
FOR CITY CLKItK,
Michael J. Howlcy received in tho
First ward 200
Michael J. llowlev received in thu
Second ward 2C0
Michael J. llowlev received in tho
Third ward PJ7
Michael J. Howlcy received in tho
Fourth ward 328
Woe-ley Hill received In tho First
J. Wunirlov Hill received in tho Sec
ond wurd Ill
J.AVaglcy Hill received in the Third
J. Wugloy Hill received In the Fourtli
TOR CITY TREASURER,
Jos. U. Taylor received in First ward 'J43
" " Second " 384
' '' '' Third " 181
ii ii ii Fourth " 414
FOR CITY AT10RNEY,
, II. Pope received in First wurd 23U
" " Secona " 370
" ' " Third " 179
ii Fourth " 3ij
ron citv MAiciiiAr.,
Cain received in First ward 249
11 " '" Second " 377
ii " Third " 17C
" i " Fourtli " 402
FOR POLICE MAOISTRATE,
F. llross received in tlio First ward
ii . ti ii i .Second "
i. ii ii ii Third "
ii ii I. ii Fourth "
C. Winston received in thu First ward
" " " " Second "
" 11 " Third "
" ' " " Fourth "
Whereupon tho following prcamblo und
declaration wero introduced, und on mo
tion of Aldorman AVinter adopted, viz:
Whereas, Itnppears Irom the exam
ination of thu certified returns of tho elec
tion for municipal ofllcers held on Tues
day, tho 27tli duy of Febrnnry. A. D. 1872,.
laid ht-loro tlio city council ol the city ol
Cairo, convened in joint ecssion this eve
ning, that for tho olllco of Mayor Henrv
Winter received 613 votes, and John f.
Lunsdou 08 a votes, and Dr. D. Hultz 1
Tlfit for tho oUlce of City Trenutrer
Jos, R. Taylor received 1,228 votes;
That for tho olllco of City Clork Mi
chael Howley received 921 votes, und J.
W. Hill 275 votes;
That for tho olllco of City Attorney V.
II. Popo received 1,175 votes;
Tha for the olllco of City Marshal An
drew Cain recoived 1,201 votes;
That for thu olllco of Pollen Magistrate
F. llross received 077 votes, and Claiborne
Winston received 615 votes,
Therefore, It is hereby declared by said
city council, so convened, that John M.
Jiitnsilen, n appears lr.'in said returns,
is duly elected to the office of Mayor for
tho ensuing your ; tlmt Jos. 11. Taylor is
duly elected to tlio office of
City Trcusuror lor tho en
suing year; that Miclmol J. Jlowloy
is duly elected to tho otlico of city cleric
tor nm ensuing yoar ; tnot l. it. l'opo is
uuiy elected to tlio olllco oi city uiiornoy
for tlio ensuing year ; that Andrew Cain
is duly elected to thooflico of city minhul
for tho ensuing year ; and tlmt F. Rross is
duly elected to Iho olllco of polico mugis-
man i'jr me next ensuing lour years.
Thu city dork is herein- directed to en
ter of record upon tho Journul this prcam
blo nnd declaration nt largo.
Tlero being no further business, on
motion ol Aldormun Winter, tho council
M. J.Howley. City Clork.
liORI) OF ALDERMEN.
hoVJtah.,'V.nerVnK 01 U,r'1 of ul'lriiien called
ih.M..,a:ix tizTa '"8 r'!,l,rn, or
, Counoll Chamber, t
Cairo. 111. Miirl, i. lavi f
Prcsunt-Aldorinen Rudor, Cunning
ham, Motcalf, Reunion, Seas,e, Walder
und Winter 7.
Aldorman Rourdon in tho chair.
Tlio clerk having laid boforo the board,
the roturns of tho late cli irtor election, tbo
following declaration was Introduced, and,
on motion of Aldorman Cunningham,
adoptud, viz i
A meting t,f tho board of uldermon of
tho city of .Cairo, for tho puposo of can
vasslng tho votes polled nt tho dlfleront
wards of said city, at nn oloctlon for inon5
bers thorcof, held on Tuesday, thy 27 th
.lay ol February, A. D., 107 2, 11,. J that tho !
e . 11 ! ... - t '
loiiowiim .i iii nor or votes wer.i polled for
the levcnii puiauns iiaiiu-d us follows!
FOR ALDKIIMKN riRRT WARD,
I. Watder recclvm!
A. II. Sxllord "
Joint Antrim n
I. Q. Standi rernlv,..!.
Win. Under "
A. Coming! ii ((
W. Ritteii houso "
A. II. lrvln .. ,
C. W. Dunning .""
John H. Phillii received...
G. W. Hendricks "
P. FitZL'erald '
Jtio H. R ibins.in received...
Chas F. Nellli
Aim it is hereby declared bv mid board
. . . n . ..... ,...,..
of aldermen that A. II. Sulford nnd Isaac
alder were duly elected in tho first wnrdj
lliut John Q. Standi nnd Wll'lam Hu-
dcr wero duly elected In tho second ward;
unit Joint U. Fhillis was dulv elected
nthe third ward, nnd
That John H. Robinson was dulv clotted
n tho fourth ward, nil nnd severally as
mombers of said board of aldormen. to
servo dutlng tho term prescribed by the
charter anil ordinances of said city.
On motion of Aid. Cunnlncham. tho
boura then adjourned. M. J. Howlky,
Special meeting of the Select Council tilled for
ine purpnae or canvamng the relurua of the
late charter election
Council Chamber. I
Calto, III., March, 1, 11.72.
Present His Honor, Mayor Landcn,
and Councilmen Hnlllday, Hunt, Schuh
nnd Tuvlor 0.
Tho clerk laid beforo tho council tho re
turns of tho luto charter election, from an
oiiimlnntion whereof itnppours, Hint, for
SELECT COUNCIL CITY AT LA ROE,
Daniel Hurd reo'd in tho First ward.,
" " " " Second "
" ' " " Third "
" " " " Fourtli "
J. M. Phillips reo'd In the First ward. 142
Second " 167
" " " " Third 06
" " " " Fourth " 200
SELECT COUNCIL, lhT WARD,
Paul G. Schuh received 223 votes.
SELECT COUNCIL, 2l WARD,
C. R. Woodward received 200otes
Whereupon tho following preamble and
declaration were introduced, und, on mo
tion of Councilman Hurd, adopted, viz:
Whereas It appears from nn cxnmin
ation of the returns of tho election for
members of the select council of the city of
Cairo, nl tho municipal oloctlon on lues
duy, tho 27th day of February, A. D. 1872
laid before the select council this evening,
tnui lor mo select council tor the city hi
large, I). Hurd received 690 volea. and J
M. Phillips received 670 votes; that for
tlio eeleel council Irom the first wurd in
said city, I'anl O. Wchuli reculv.-l 223
votes; that for tho select council from tlu
second wurd, C. R. Woodward received
It is thereforo declared by said select
council that D. Hurd Is duly elected to
said select cout.cil for tho next ensuing
two years ; tbut Paul G. Schuh is duly
elected to said select council from tho first
ward for the next ensuing two years, and
that C. R. Woodward is dulv elected to
said select council from tlio second ward
for the next ensuing two vears. And tho
cleric is hereby directed lo enter nt lurgo
upon tlio journul tins preamble and
No further business appearing, on mo
tion of Councilman Hurd, adjourned.
M. J. Howlkv, City clerk.
Sour Icrout by the barrel for sa.o ut
Yarmouth succotash andcorn nt Jor
Tho house nnd two lots situated on the
corner of Eighteenth nod AValnut streets,
Is offered for s-tle on very reasonable
terms. For particulars upply on tho prem
ises. " feb21.tf.
PARKER A 11LAKE,
have secured the services of nn ox-peri-onced
paper liungor and decorator, nnd
nro now prepared to do nil kinds of work
in their lino witli neatness nnd dispatch.
I will furnish church cushions, tnado of
green terry cloth stuffed with moss, at tho
low pricoSO 00 each, Loavo orders at my
shop on Sixth street, between Commercial
tti.d Washington avenue. W. G. Gary.
who will be remembered its n lending
membor of tho Gilbert dramatic troupo,
which rccontly played un engagement in
this city, has left that company, nnd will
hcroafter run tho " Rhea Springs, ' a pop
ular placo of resort In tha summer season.
Tho Springs nro located in Rliea county,
NEW OROCERY STORE.
A. Loven has opened n grocery etoro in
tho houso on tho corner of Fourteenth and
Wulnut streets, whoro ho proposes to
koep n gcnoral assortment of family gro
ceries, provisions, clioico buttor, eggs, eto.,
nnd ho promises to soli his goods on us
rcasonnblo torms us can bo obtained ut
any othor establishment of tho kind in tho
city. Givohitnact'.ll. fob2Mlm.
In order to iiiako room for his now
stock ot Spring nnd Summer goods, Mr. J.
llurgor, will dispose of tho stock ho now
hus on hand at tho lowest possible flguros.
Mr. Burger Is now in Now York buying
u full stock of now goodi, whioh hn pro
poses to soli nt tho lowest possible living
CoNNUiitAL Felicity. Nothing tends
moro to connubiul hupplnoss than ohoerful
uud healthy Infunts und children. Mrs,
Whitcomb's syrup U tho grent soothing
AnillVED AND DEPARTED.
Btcamer. Where from. Where m
Comtnorclul .. .Memphis Evi.i.svlllo,
yyorio Nushvlllc Nushvllle.
ahmir.on Cincinnati... New Orloiins.
iiunuviiie St. Louis.
"I'lols St. Louis.
Katie Kountz..Nuw Orleans St. Louis.
Roiiiio'rd. Metropolis., .St. Louis.
Mnry E. Poc.St. Louis Red liver.
Mountaineer... St. Louis !. mpliit.
Illinois Columbus.... Columbus.
Rulfasl St I.iml N i Orb mi li a.
Jim Flsk, Jr...Puducnl Pudtioih.
0.uickste Eviin.vllle... Evmisville.
Japitol !Jliy...?ow Orlt'uus.Sl. Louis.
CONDITION OF THE lltVKIt.
Tim fill in thu Ohio above continues
nnd is gutting tho channel down considera
bly, Tlio fall continues hern with nbout
16 feet on Racon rook, At ('inclnnntl nnd
Louisville tho Ohio is dullv reii iling.
Tho lull in th Cumberland river con-
tinuis uud there is about 3 f-et on Harpeth
Tho stngo of wntcr from hero to St.
Louis remains about the mine. Arkansas
continues to full with 3 feet In tho channel.
IIUSINKHS AND WEATHER
Rusincss was verv good und nil tho boats
that arrived and departed with gocd trips.
1 here is plenty of freight on hand ready
Tho weather yestcrdav, was clear und
chilly. Thu streeta still remain in n mud
William S. Hamilton, un engineer of
this city hus been granted u patent for
his now Invention, the object;of which is to
provide suitable und convenient means
for lowering, nnd raising tho top or upper
section of jointed steamboat chimneys.
Its advantages over any device now
in uio for the sumo purposo will be readi
ly understood, nnd appreciated by all
stenmboatmen. It it simple in arrange
ment und tho cost of construction is bu.
little. Mr. Hamilton will leave to-day for
Cincinnati, Pittsburg, St. Louis und other
city for the purposo of disposing of tlio
right of inunufuciuro in various states.
Just beforo tho ferryboat, Cairo left on
her first trip yesterday morning, the pipo
leading from thu mudvulvc bursted whllo
sho wns blowing off steam, and Henry
Kaufman, the engineer, was scalded vry
severely on ono of his thighs. Tho dam-
ugo to tho boat was quickly repaired and
sho inudo her regulnr trip.
Thu Mury K. Poe, for Red river arrived
with u good trip. Among her passengers,
we noticed Miss Mary E. Poe, ufter whom
tlio boat is named, und her sister, Miss
Amelia Poe, who Will make tho trip to
Red river und buck.
The Henry Ames added 3,000 sacks of
corn below hero and wus loaded flat out
Tho Jim Fisk came in yesterday with
n "baby" in tow, and brought n big trip.
Ono of tho Evansvillo packets, the Idle
wild, turned back from Puducah last
week. That kind of work is certainly in
jurious to tho packets in that trade, for
the pusengers cannot place any confldenco
in them tho day that they nro duo here,
and of course tuko the first boat that comes
along; nnd it also pluces their agents in a
meun position, for thov uro noted for
thuir truth nnd veracity.
Tho Kutie P. Kountz passed up for St
Louis with SCO tons freight on hoard.
T ho Jamos Howard will bo here from
Cumberland river to-day. A set of truss
hoops hn.becn ordered for one of her crew
Tlio Relfjst came out with a big load
und made but small lulditior.s here.
The old Silver Moon bus mudo during
her life of twoivo yeurs over $200,000, and
from present appenran:cs the will lust n
dozen yeurs more.
Tlio Tyrono came in from Nashriilo
witli it fair load. Sho returned last even
ing with a large number of people.
Tho now Ronacord left for St. Louis
with three barges in tow.
Tho Quickstep cume in twenty hours be
hind time, with n good trip.
Tho Muntuina, for Memphis, was loaded
City National llnnk nrtlltlluif.
Bipedal attention paid to orders Irom sleam
nats night or dn.v."V
H. LEVY & CO. PAY THE II Kill EST MARKET
Ilelow will bo found tho corrected list
of prices pud by II. Lovy & Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tnllow, bees
wnx, nnd nil kinds of country produce
Lovy &: Co. do u very largo trudo In their
line, uud it is u well known (net that they
nlwuys pay the highest prices to bo ob
tained iu tills market. Thoy nro now
Mink $2 00a 2 25
Wild Cat CO
House Cat 10i15
Murk Rat 15
Opossum 12 J
Otter 6 00 a 7 00
Rear Skins 2 00 a 0 00
Reaver, per pound 60 a 75
HIDES, PER POUND
Reef Hides, Dry Salt
" " Green Salt
Tallow, par pound
Feathers, " "
Wool, " "
Reeswns " "
9 a 12
60 u lii
25 a 28
The nbovo prlco list is subject to correc
tion. AVo havo no hesitnton in recommend
ing William Killers, boot und shoo maker
us worthy of most liberal patronage. We
know wherefore wo speak wlion wo suy
Ills work is bono lu n mustorly ma nnor nt
the lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but
tho host of stock, nnd ho cannot be excell
ed in tho delicate task of making un ex
act fit. Givo him a call nt his shop on
Twentieth stroet, hotwoon Wushington
uvonuo nnd Poplar street, nearly opposito
tho court house, and wo will guarantee
imported MulHg.i grnpos nt Jorgon
son's, corner of Twentieth strcot -and
Washington avonuo. tt
Oyster' soup at Hairy Walker's ttvery
morning. Also freaUAR- Louis beer, tf
-Where arc you iroiiu To the rUc
number 68, Ohio levee, whoro they koep
tho best fresh oysters, fish and game, and
the Illicit wines, liquors nnd cigars to
found In tho city. Open at all hours, day
or"lK''L J. E. Park.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
H .ICIt ANTS)
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
Ohio Itlrar aaej KaMemlMt
70 Ohio Lsvf.e,
If CAIRO, ILLf.VjT)!
71. FILL WINTER. '72
C. HAN NY.
XENTUCKT JEAKI, ZZTXA,
LARGE STOCK OF CARtSTINO
UU KutireNtork Now C'loalac Oat
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TU ST., AND COM M EECLAL-A Y.,
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R,
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caoo, New York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Passenger trains arrive at and leave Cairo aa ft!
aanvr 3tira.m ItOO p.m.
dcrisT 4i00a.ro Si4aa.n.
Doth trains conncet at Contralla with train on the
'ana, Decatur, Rloomingtco, El Paao, I.aSaJIt,
ilendota, Freeport, (ialena, Dubuque, and
all minis in Illinois.. Missouri,
Atiuneaota, Wiaconaln and
loHa, And with
Line, running Fast and Weat for
St. Louis, Hpringneld, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central. JSIcblgaa
Houtheru, and Pittaburg. Fort Vjra
and Chicago Rallroada lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
Albany, Huston, Philadelphia,
Nlagra Falla, Krie, liuttalo,
New York, I'iituburc, Valtlmore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 1S7I, trams ll
ruu aa follows i
Titiss ooino aoniaiAST.
i.oave Virginia ... S:40a.m l'J.Ji p.m.
" Bpringtield - t;W " S;W "
Taylorvlllo .10:62 ;2 '
Arrive at i'ana 11:40 m 6:17 "
Leave Pana 1:o6a,m
Arrive at Hprlnglleld...ti;15 "
Leave, flnaiimfle d r.:' "
Arrive at Vlriiinla s:24 '
tsains ooino aooiHaaiV.
Leave Kdgewood t:30a.m - 10:10 a,m
" Flora .8:24 11:40
Arrive at bhaneetown3:cvip m tilt p.m
TBAINS OOINO NUMTHWiaT.
Leave Hhawneetowt : a.m I:10p.ns
" FIom tt " Tioo"
Arrive at Kdgewood......4:0 " .. :2 "
Tile 6:30 a.m. trala from F.dgdwood, runs only
Mondaya, Wadneadaya and Fndaya. and :a.m.
train from Bhawneetown on Tuesdaya, Thura-
dV-minectaatl Aahla'nd with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alion Rillroad. for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, and all pointa.west.
At rJprlngfleld. with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, lor
Iiloom'.ngtnn, Chicago, and all polnta north.norf
" At PanaWwei"tn' Ind. and St. Iieuli, and HUno'ls
Central Railroad for all polnta east, south and
southeast, , . ,
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
Central Railroad. , j
At Flora, with Oh o and Mississippi Rai road.
At Bhawneetown, with steamboats for Claola
nail. Paducab. Cairo andHt. Louis.
' ' ORLAND SMITH, Osa'IBuji'L
Jess Foosrrr, tven'l Tr'nt sod Tick a'.