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THK CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1872,
TRAVELER'S GUI 1)8
TA KK NOT1CK.
VIM STABLE OP THE I I.LINOI CENTRA L
Oil and afw,,nd, MK ,h.' ti',
ag iiue-iabe 'll gomn Ihe mnl " K
are ef paannger Iraln at Calmi
Atyeri Mall trln,lil)...-.- jj ,,','
Kipic.., il.il ""
Jfrfff-Ull,il..tjr l M
...... ......... I.W p.m.
Arrive --"' '""'" P m
D.nrr m;
No ch !' frininifo ut M. Lou1. i"
l.anre i fro"" Cairo " Cling". He""'
ff'tg Ron sleeping car. on night er".
g rheotied I" nil imvrt'il tim.
CAIRO AND )WVS CITY
JTICA TtO.
CACHE
WJII mk three trip lUiljr.
uivi en I inTiMmimomr
a ...... .....m,
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ii II ...... ....... m. I M 1UW put
11 4 30 ...... p. in. At 6..... ..-.p.in
p.ree h ay, ) cent; W t,kt for tt
Will 111 ,wheu nailed, atany g.od lulenu d'ale
adiuf.or paenieror fn-uhi. norzni.
KVANSVILLE AKP CAIRO,
Tne Bntflrnr
IDLE WILD,
aui rowi,r.K-.... ..Mtr
W II l.'Cilro f r. irl ! rrerjr dun ly ad
Vnuriiiy rTfum., I 4 oVI.m ., p.m. tot
CAtUO A N D " 1' A i3 uc a ii"
III A 111 IIO.tT.
Tn iplrodld trmnrr
J" AS. FISK,
Joe l'o Itr, M ruler.
i4 din HI it, O'iI'I'' excepted) t4
a k'" irju'itjr uti lui ina uoitdoi
jtn2tf JVt IUOUH, Ag'l.
Cunierlnil llrnr t,eWeti
KASQVILLE, CLAilKSVlLLE AND
Ih tplendid itettner
TYRONE,
TOM HKMAN..Muirr AI.EX. HARD Clerk
Will leT C Ir.i etr Hatiiriny t& o'clock p.m
forCluknv ilr, nd NilntlU. tor Ircight or
pf,p.lj on ouart or to
JuS.I JA. WIOQ3, Alt.
KA.aUVlL.LE,Cl.AHK.aVVt,L,tt A.SU
ThtK&'.Uot iteamer
JOHN LUMSDEN,
0WLN DAVI3.Ji.Ur I J A3.!. JOUNSON-Xlerlc
Will Ittve Cairo erenr Thundar t 6 o'clock n.m
for NahTilie, Clukrilleeud ull way polutt. Kor
rviKn( or pa sage PJiir on n.aru or 10
JaoJlf. JAS. MUGS, Ag't
JTASIIVILLE, CLAKKSVILLE AKU
CAIRO,
The good deainer
TALISMAN,
WIT.ET SIMM j..Mater JNO. UAnPER....CIark
Will UaT Cairo emy Mopday at I o'clock, p.m.
for Naihtille, and all way ports For freight or
pasaage, applr on board r to
)an 4 tf
JAS. HIOO J, Agt.
MMIURAJtT uvuiim
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, ) For Sale' FOR SALE,
I Ft dale 1
TOR SALE. J f"rilielFOU BALE.
Fnro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londcndeurt
Fare from Oladoow,
Fare from Queenstown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $1820
iattord, Jlorru t Ca
eali.
INMAN LINK
Litirpool ewrolk and I'hllad'lphla
Steamship Company,
ti comaicT with csuxao ataTta ad lamra
oorcaxitaxia
Tor Gtrr)ln iiim Mailt.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa iiaxHca ixrotMMloa
APPLY TO JOUN O. DALK, Aot.
lSUroadwaj N-w.York, or to
II. lloupl,
whlnirtnn Ar, Cir". nni, ji
1111 MCI A il
U'lLLIA.M k. SMITH, A. I).
REIOd r.Nu. il Oinupaih t-,t, be
t..i IV .ohinition urcoaeari WiIhui alrert,
u.nn U O niiinrriii.il .yenne. uu -ulr..
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
R,MII.VJt:-.,r,iTN iitn 40 I Wiinut at,
i,r .mi .trrt.l,il -Hilii nr-e.
o m t,,,,f ff i H d ,m, to t ,n ( ,j p m
II. WARDNEK, M. D.
REyOfi.V'B ;.i .,er .Miiet.euili ntreet sol
v .sin .jjto i irenie. nei court huii-e Of.
Jc ,,rer th pu.fo tlcu O.Hjs houra-IU to U
a ra. igji igl u.in, JinUlf,
R.S. UUIGIIAM, M. D.,
HOMBDPATHI3T,
orncE, 13 i
OOMMKltClAL AVKDXUC.
0:hoiir.,to io.
and 1 to 3 p.m. Ileal-
oai'e, N n j
"Hi. .tr-et Cnirn. Hi. felJIm
AWVV.HU.
ALLEN, .MULK.EV WllKELEU
ATTORNEYS
C0CN8ELUS AT LAW,
Will am J. Ai t,,, i '
John 11. Muikey, V
Bauutl P.Wu-,er.J
CAIRO, lLI.INOW.
ty".,Ur!,R.:lUU,'00 '',ld 'Q r"" ,nJ "J-OfflCt-Our
Firit.VamlBilBank, Ohio L.r.
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
Aim
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
WillUai een, ')
William B Oilbrrt, !
M.W. ailkVrl, ' J "-wo".
i,il nn . .
OmCI OHIO LXVXE, IIOOUS 7 AND Bovkk
fcJir WATIONAX BANK.
fOB MALK
rfrAafiS, ", KoM Cornp.ny no.
lainoniottir cu,, . "riwa ion in nn
tt block w. ' -t"?.Vs I
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r.u,'wi,to uiilontos,
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Mf ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE.
.,"-1:rteli:i,;"5?,11J? 'J',, r.
0- i wi). p.y Iw iei,a l Hrrv'MiirHti wh. -1 : f
HI Ihia n piloted by in ilu.l egre ir n
I'mlllp IUukIi. Mafeh 7tli t7i. 'f
TAX SALE NOIICK.
Notice I. herel-r JV!'",;.rJB, .n'i
ri Levrcwr A. rfil ""''.Si town It.
ineje.r l'eV.'.. ,n'..lJ umr. oatl.e Jul.
. f Junf.ilTJ. I lurched lh'li.ll..wlBK de.
I'lil Z, . 'u ni tr,- city if Clro, souuty ..f
Tilin.pf. "0.1 ltnr lllmom io-wli:
ni.l lar r 'rir i "ml lut 35 vi i 31 in U vk
w, I nd in iho nme nf )ou, Hie
Hll Murlln l,wrnti', .d lot 2
n blrwk V), ti.l in he in mi" of ynn,
III lid . Wllllmil". An. I I it T In h o -k 31, luxe
In II p nm ol i.ii, lh mlilJ JIllo i ami ynii
te furllier nntiflrd ht Ihe lime lor th re einp
tmn id iil lut wlll.iuf mi tlie Wltii ,ljr or
Jum , U.J, iJACKSoS rniCK, Pnr.-hir.
Mroh f.. I7i. .VI i!3t
TAX PUItCHASKH'S NOTICK.
Tlie irn-n n .me I M w nmi nil o'her" inter
mini ie lieieln iiiitilied Hint l i'e i.flninU
ml ir.wn loin mmlf lir Ilia kIipii nf Alfiiini.cr
duy.
c inly in Mi III I linnli, t lli door nf the
Coutt llune in th ily of C'min, In i'i -iiirly,
iithr'J3 Ii n.30ih lt,i ot .lune, . 1'. 1ST0, tli
nnilf rniirnpd niir(inod. lot ttiifp en enpt
tnpreon for the nr ISC J. ce ieln I 'M nf lundi
nitimte in l'l cry il Cilm, nod ddlllon. thereto
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3 8dl W. 9. oil.IIRRT, Purchaser.
ON MARRIAGE.
Happy relief fr jounc mrn liom the effecla of
rrori and abutea in arlY lite. Manhood rutor.
t'i. Nrtroii. debility cured. Inpediniena to
nurruse remote, 1. .ew metnni ni trratment
New and remrkable retnldie. Hooka and circu
ura sent free, In aeled enTelopea. Addreaa
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TEE BULLETIN.
I'ubtlatictl sverjr morning, IfOBdny ex-
cepieu.
Paul O. Hchuh sells Rattlnger's modi.
cine. tf
Java Imi-bkiai. Tea at Uristol & Stil
wU'i. 3,uf
Oo to Dr. -McOauley for Rattlngor's Fe.
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tho chill.
Oo to the Kxcolsior saloon for frosh
St. Louis lager beer.
FnEHH St. Louis lager beer just received
nt tho Excelsior saloon. P. Ulankenburg,
proprietor. tf.
Largo fat, fresh OYSTERS, received
dally by PHIL. SAUP, 102 Commercial
Avenue.
Go to No. 32 Eighth street, and gut
soino of tho novol and excellent Java
Imperial Tea, und try It. 3-Jtf.
For. the best St. Louis hiL'or In tho
city, go to JJIatikonhurg's Excelsior sa
loon, tf.
Marruue Guide. -Interesting work
numerous ungravings, 221 pages. Price
OO cents. Ad Irosi Dr. Uutt' Dispcns.iry,
I fo. 12 :orth Eighth Sirrfot, St. Louis, Mo.
Advertisement.
tf.
v
ANttu.A. nuiso nnd chambermaid.
Apply Jinu.ed.wuiy at the UULLETIN of
"ce. To girls v,UuCRn farnU, KOoJ refer.
enceyli. Wshti..8,, wmb8gn.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT.
Jmt received nt llrlatol A StllwuW,
canned Uarlett Poara.Aprlcots.und Muscat
urnjies. AIo a full assortment of best
brands of other canned goods. No. 32
i.igiu street z.uf
ARLINGTON HOUSE,
' l. Kills, nronrielop. rrtpnttp Vt c,ai
! nd Uo"nereW avenue, Cairo, Ills.,
Erb iLTin::tol'-pui.iio wh,,
Mt. th.n "r mnl"- Ut ,0W8'
thecltv Vhy0l 'r fl'ilHsU"
the city. I he rooms am U W6ii r,,r
nlshed, light nnd airy, good, .mpUm,
for tho accommodation of Commercial
genti. The house is locte4 In the cen-
tar of the business pan of the city within
one oquar of thai post office. s.a.tf
l,rt inn buvlr a claim nitninft tlie rub
I'ontrucl'ir uf tin- Cairo A Vinonne t hII-
iv.el nLr . , prosont tho sumo to us
elilvnit-t, nt iho St. Chur.ci hotel, on :
r.diiy 1 1 ill li.nt.
Dodoe, Lonn a Co.
a.U.t.l
CIKCl'IT COt'BT
it iiuoii yeilerd
dlourncJ nt i.uoi. yeMerday, to meet
iignln nt 9 o'clock to-morrow morning,
" It.
reiwwAL.
Clerk Hnwley took th.i 0.1th of ollleo 11s
city clerk fur liU second term, yeiturduy
Hov. Fred. L. Thoinron ttlll llngois
ninntig hlsfneiidi in .Mustnc 1 ounty. Ilia
pulpit will bo occupied by It -v. II. II.
Thuyer, of the 1'resbyturiun church, to-
suniiay fcnooi, notice.
Owinn to thu r'jpiiln now being miide In
tho l'resbyterinn church, the Siiuduy
tchoul will bo held at tho Methodist
church, on Sunday morning, at 9 o clock,
D. MUNN', Supt.
wounded.
Tho Oolconda 4 Hurald ' rnys : "Wo
have had three-boyi, this week, sorlously
wounded by carolcsly huiidllng loaded
fir,, nrina. If ti,mnt nro tircJ of their I
xiilMrnn u-n ,l,n,'t Ifmiw lull thiit ii Lun or I
! - n
prions as prciiynpniy iiunie m niuy
.... .1 ,.. . .1 I
can let them have.
Tii.,, 1
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To-night, iliaun win penorm lor inn
urst time, tliu ceieuraieu uram.i, cniiue.i
" Dr. Uobln. or the actor's most difficult 1
nrt." After tho Durformanco thoro will
'
be beautiful tabloaus with bangal
Arc.
Let thero bo a full house.
THE LITTLE KENTOCKIAN,
No. G3 Ohio levee, is Ae place wh ero
they keep tho freshct fish and game, and
.he finest wlr.ps, liquors and cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty
tivo cents. Open day and tiiuht, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor,
3-1 tf.
Y. m.'sc.a. ,
Tho regular annual meeting of tho
Young Men's Christian Association, for
tho election of olUccrs, nnd transaction of
other Important business, will bo held In
mu .ucwiuuiu cnurcu, .uonuuv K4 uniiig,
1..L, . ....II... .1 .1
n iu urn. n. luuauenuanco is reiiicaieu.
sj. r. 1'arsonb, i-rosiuent.
NEW council.
To-morrow nlht tho flr.t meelln.- nf
tho new council will bo hold. At this
mectlm? thero will l,n .mnolnted n r:,..
comptroller, citv j.tller, stroct tupervlsor,
ri,irnrnnii,..n,iniu.n,n.i,i.. ti,
..rf - "
" " "'v"
standing committees for tho ensueing year
will also be appointed.
Y. M.'s C. A.
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
Young Jlen's Christian Association will
bo held at the Methodist church, to-morrow
(Monday) evening nt seven and a half
o'clock. A full attendance is requested
as an election for ofliue'i, for tho ensuing
tnrm will Uko place, and a great deal of
nf mUrnlliinAtit. lix.ltiM.. will mn I,,..
foro tho association for action.
NEW OROCERY STOKE.
A. Loven bus op -tied a grocery stnra in
tho homo on tho corner of Fourteenth and
Walnut streets, whoro ha proposes to
keep a gonoral assortment of family gro
ceries, provisions, choice butter, eggs, eto.,
and ho promises to sell his goods on as
reasonable terms us can bo obtained at
any other establishment of the kind in the
city. Givohimncr.il. fob2l-Jlm.
LOST POCKET D00K.
Last Friday evening between tho cor
ner of Eighth street und Commercial ave
nue and Tenth and Walnut, cither on
fciguin street, Washington nvonuo or
Tenth street, a pocket bunk cotit lining
sum of money. Tho Under wiM bo well
rewarded by leavlji it at tho sloro of
Mrs, Anna Lung on Eighth rtrect.
3-103t
MILLINERY.
Mrs. Anna Ling, on Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has Just received a flno spring stuck
of millinery goods, consisting of h.it, bon
net, ribbons, notions, otc, otc, to which
alio asks tho attention of tho ladies of
Cairo. Mrs. Ling will tuko pleasure in
allowing her goods to all who will favor
her with a call. 3-y.lm.
CHURCH NOTICES.
In consequence of tho repairs now being
made In tho Presbyterian church, l!ov. II.
II. Thayer will preach in tho Methodist
church this morning nt 10J o'clock and in
tho evening at 7J o'clock.
Elder Harman will preach in tho Chris
tian church on Eighteenth street, be
tween Walnut street and Washington ave
nue, to-day at 10J o'clock, nnd In tho even
ing, at 7 o'clock. Tho public aro Invited
to attend.
new aonos.
In order to mako room for his now
stock ol Spring nnd Summer grwids, Mr J.
IJurger, will dispose of tho slock he now
has on hand at tho lowest possiblo figure
Mr. Uurger Is now In New York buying
full stock of new good', which lu pro
poses to sell at tho lowost poisiblo living
prices. inidlw
KILLED I1Y THE CARS.
"Wo learn from Conductor Joo. Cormlck
that n deaf nnd dumb man wtu killed by
tho curs, near Centralin n day or iwj since.
It seems that tho unfortunate man whi
traveling nlong tho track, nnd was over
taken by thopassonger train. He of course
did not bear It npprouchlng him, although
all the usual slgnuls were given by tho on
glneer. Ho was run over und fearfully
mutilated, and died In a very short thno.
PARKER A II LAKE.
Parker & Illako huvo added to tholr
well assorted Palnl, Wall Papor und
Window Glass establUhmont a regular
palming business. They hnvo engaged
Mr. Carl L. Thomas, who has been In tho
painting business in Cairo for tho lat 10
years, to superintend the painting nnd pa
per hanging department, and nit work en
trusted to him, or for which ho may con
tract, will be duly acknowledged by them,
and 1U be executed with neatness nnd
dcputch. iSigii writing, pluin Htid fancy
painting, paper lunging mid decoration,
ciI.imiiImIiil', graining, glazing, etc., done
at reuoiiublii term). 3 Otf.
PIANOS AND OrtOAMtJ.
E. nnd W. Under Imvo Jmt received
nnie of tliu culudr.itud U.iuer't l'innui nnd
Ornn, which give to moil nil lamlUee n
ftlltlfilKt mist. V. .ifdifiia flaw. ta. .!. I
menu. l'rl.m nro mt.ntiublc.
T. ov hnvo rt.ln.rllil tone, nro vtM tn.idn.
und bnuillful nnKliud i In ot.o word they
r ,.n.i .i .. 1 . rr,,
lr orKHiii mm not only well .oundlng
inairuiiiuiii hut lliey nro to lileoiy unitlieu
. . ,a a r a
lliul theV will bo mi oriiiunnnt to niiv
riM.in. They ml,vcuinc to $100 00. Oo
mid exiimlnu llnmu liiairiirnenu.iiud we nro
moil uru you will buy uno. d3t.
.,.....,
Mr.Joioph Mendel Im.'.old hi. grocery
........ ..rn.-.i. ....1 i
BIUIU, U, VIU .U, ,,UI 1,1 &UIIV1I OtIUVfc ,11, U
, nahlngton nvniiun, to Mr. Joseph IItods.
Mr. 11. hm tnken iiusscmloii nnd will hn.
mrdiiitcly stock iho concern with n full
nnd complete imminent of thu frcshcit
and ctniceat grncorlci nnd provision-
which ha guarantees to sell ut prices as
low 11s can boobtained from any other estab-
lUhment In tho city. IIo solicit a iharo
I - a a I ....III- . a .. . 1 . I... t . I
01 100 puonu inuroii'igo anu protmici in
relurn prompt attention anil courteous
treatment. J.ouim.
new iiviluoad.
AVe aro Inforinci on oood nuthorltv
tlmt Mmint'i.mi.nl. hnvnlioen mmln fur tho I
r ....
. . . t . 1 I
consiruciiou 01 me ounciion ruiironu. 1 no
rond, howovcr will not ho built to ( ul-
uinbiu. us heretofnro contcmnlnled. It U
, . .
. . 1 . 1 ...... ... 1 r J I
now propo.co 10 uuim uic roau irom a
point on tlio lventucuv iluo opposite Lai-
ro to Jackson. Tenn.. there to connect
I... ... ...
with tho Mississippi central, forming a
I .........
iiuuuu ruuiu iruui 111 .,cw vriivuun
As we understand It, the arrangement for
building this ltuo wnsconsumatod at Loulf
villo a few days xgo, and that work on tho
road will bo commenced in a short time.
Thero is no doubt that this route would
provo to bo of great benctit to iho Illinois
Central, nnd as for Cairo, it la just what
wo want.
LICENSE REVOKED.
a certain young colored gentleman oi
tho city, called upon county clerk Lynch
on Friduv tnnrning and obtained and paid
font marriage license. Shortly after tho
young mm had left tho clork', nfllco the
moiner onuo Kin no inienueu to marry put
1, 1 ..L.l
i in an appearance uuu inauo oaxn iniu ner
uuuguiur was noi ei oi agp, nnu inni sue,
i,rc,i,.o,,u,.j..ou.ii ......guvvi mnirj
lnt! lH0 V"Ung man. t,lerk-
L'nch noa out in fccfcrch of tho wouM-
be husbaml, and in n sliort time found him
1 . I I .1 . .1 !( I
"na r '"'u " B'ven up
" reluctantly complyed with tho do-
1. ..( ll. l,..1, .1. .. .1.1.
,in,i,i9 u, ,uv viu, n, I unt il niiif, ill ifc 11113
uctlon of tho mother would '"only put him
to tlie trouble nf crossing tho river into
Mis?ouri" where they could marry without
"them Oxins." Uut up to tin time they
huvo not succeeded in getting over the
-
rivnr " tinil thn ln,1I,.f Inn. urn tlaul In flin
., , . , .....
inieriercnco oi tiiai internal oiu sno nig-
gor" tho engagement is played out.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
. o Jivr"
mperlnl Tea, nt Bristol
ii S.ilw . 2-5-tf.
WANTED.
A lady wishes copying to do. Addrrss
Box 755, Cairo, 111. 3-C.Ct
roll fiALK.
The hnuso and two lots situated on the
corner of Eighteenth and Walnut street'
is offered for silo on very reasonable
terms. For particulars apply on the prem
ises. feb21.tf.
THE NEW STORE!
"Wedo'iro rcpoctfully to Inform tho
cilli'-ns of Cairo that our Mr. II. Pock will
open temporarily, nn ofllcu ut
Mrs. Ellis' mlllinerv Hoio for
tho salo of tho SingerSewing Mnchino,
attachments, silk and liuuen thread', Ax, of
our manufacture. Any ono desiring to fe
euro tlio agency for tho sale of our pro
ducts in Southern Illinois, will do well to
cull on him at an early day.
The Sinoer Manufacturing Co.,
S'. Loui, .Mo,
"Wo have no hesitnton in recommend
Ing William Ehler, boot and shoo maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage "Wo
know whoreforo wo speak when wo say
his work is bone in n mastorly uitnnor at
tho lowest prices. IIo uses nothing but
tho best of (i loci;, nnd ho cinnot be excel!
ed in tho delicate task of making un ox-
nct fit. Give him n call at his shop on
Twentieth street, between "Washington
avenuu and Poplar street, nearly opposite
the court homo, and wo will guarantee
satisfaction.
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho samplo rooms
has received tho appointment of agent for
tho salo of tho Hummondsport, N, Y., Ur
hana Wino Company's wines in this city
If tho bottle with which wo have been
favored Is a sample of tho quality of
theso wines, then wo aro prepared to say
that they aro among the best we hnvo ever
tinted. He has just received a largo con
signment, which ho is prepared to sell nt
tho lowest figures. Ho has also on hand a
largo and completu stock of the various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of over? varietv.
j.iul'-Mtf
UURXETT&CO,
HIQUEST CASH PICE PAID FOR
HIDE
rum. etc.
Messrs, Burnett fc ( .V.Thnrnlnn'j 1,1
Tenth street, aro prepared to pay tho high!
et cash price for articles In tholr line, ns
follow a :
FURS.
'tno Mlnb 1.75 t 0.25
!Vl,?H'n oUotnCik.
" Mild Cut An... ,1.
11
11
11
"r",sun 10 to 12
2t,or-"v; 6-110 1
Beaver Skins c.00 to 7.00
HIDE.
Green Salt
9. tu 10c
12 to 14c
20 to 30c
Green S ilt, kip and calf..
IV.... Ul.!.. '
l or other nrtlcles, such ns rags, feath
ers, bees wax, wool and tallow, wo ilt day
the highest mnrknt prices.
Respectfully, otc.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cnlro, 111.
tf.
POLICE COUItT.
nrr'.liK 11 KiivvpSY ,,
Dominic Ouvlnln, an lt,n. n. ...
rciltd liy Cnln Tor fli-hilnif . A Hnn ..r n..
iloilnri Htid ttlO CDt win nssuiiod HglllllH
iiiin. uoiiiliiic t miii? it t in II 11 n 11,, ,,,..1.
,gH but nevrihul
cti pull It.
Jl"U '" -oi, nnd Hurry H,.rd weT0
"rrC?.l"a "'y nJ Mnnln, fur be
lnK llr'"-k. rii..y wro lined 01,0 dullnr
Hiid the c.nu ench, but imt boitiL' itum-md
7"e H"'e. lent lo
IIIU Ull IUUUU1I! II T IIIH KMM'it III litVin
j
Mr- .Mlchncl Houregon, n resident of the
",url" w"ru- w' irni,tol liynlllocr 11,1-
""B'i u.-nint- no w u not remove- tlie
imtii - aiii 11 iieiuj iniini iruin onunl the
j,uM,;l1.i t''"r,r,s of il,u pp;r p,ri ,.f
frcaucntly
- " - v" ueeu iruriiieiuiy
tintllled to rem vu the deud nniiiinl, mid I
upon liU reruuHl to comply with the notlfl-
cation nf the proper utithuritiej, wm arret
ted. Shunneiiiy lined him flvo Jolluii nnd
the triininiiigs. l'nld.
THE WUKLICS r'AIlt FUR 1070.
Held dally In every city mansion and
a . .1 . a a a . .
collage, nnu at tno cneoriui urcsiuo or tliu
fnneri homo nwardei to the Singer
dewing Mchinu tho following prize
Sewing Mnclilnu lalo for 1870
Tho Slntrer MMnufacturini Co.,
127,833
" llPOiernnu IMOIl .tlnliuructur
;,.
83,203
75,160
60,402
iliiwe Mnchiiii! Cu
Orovcr & Maker Sewing Machine
Oo...
tt. . ..
vvn onwiiiK .uiieiiiuu yu
35,002
Wilcox k (iil.l,, S,.wln . : M,,tl,!i,n
rjo
29,8!0
17,0(50
Florence Sewing Machine Co..,
It II ... .. II L
M"r,?" uuon 11010 oewmg
I .M tnltlrw. I :n
11,173
The nbovo is from twurn statements.
SILVER AND LINEN THREAD.
Which will youhiiy, a po:m I of lead,
With a sprinkling of thrend,
Which you can break with jour two little flogfrr
Or n pound of thread
Wtiuh U uuuilxed with lead,
That cn alwaja be fouo.i nttlieSmger agency.
Singer Manufacturing Co., at Mr. Ellis'
mlllinary toro.
THE FUR TRADE.
LEVY & CO. PAY THE HIQIIEST MARKET
PRICES.
Below will bo found the corrected list
Lf prices paid by H. Lovy & Co., for
hides, fur, feather', wool, tallow bees-
I . . ' '
I wax, and nil kinds of country produce
I LqVy & (j0 j a vvty lrg(1 traJ(J in tj,elr
line, and Ills a well known lact that they
HiwaV4 nav thu highest nrlces to be ob-
tlliIlea in this market. Ihov are now
mvilii? for
1 "
runs i
Mink....
R'icc'-ori
.. S2 00a 2 25
WildCut.
IIoii'C Cut
CO
10 a 16 I
Mu-k Rut.
i:
Opossum
12
Utter
.. 5 00a 7 00
Rear Skin 2 00 a 0 00 I
Reaver, per pound
CO a 76
27a a. 17A
HIDES, PER POUND:
I).er Skins..
Beef Hides, Dry Salt
" " Gr.-on Salt
OTHER ARTICLE:
lt)a2U
Ju 12
Tillow, per pound
i--. .... r. ,, ,.
On V J
a. til
Wool.
GO a 70
20 it -l 8
Beeswax "
Tho nbovo price list is subject to correc
lion
lUVKRNENVS.
PORT LMT.
ARRIVED A.D DEPARTED.
Bteamer. Where Iroin. Whri 10
Marble Clly....St. Louis Memphis.
(Jen Anderson St. Louis Onio river.
Quickstep Kvaiisville.... EvmikvlKc.
City Chester... Memphis Si. Louis.
N. W. O 0 1 villc.
Florence 2 St. Lmii Ohio river.
Ty roll 10 Nashville Niishvillc.
-Uinois Columbus Columbus.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Contrary to our supposition iho river is
again lulling at thisplt.ee, and tho decline
yesterday svhs about 2 inche. Sincu the
decline bus occurred in the river it has
fell about three feet in twelve duys or at
tho ratoof 3 inches per duy.
The Ohio is gradually declining from
Cincinnati down. Cumberland river is in
a fair boating stago ut.d improving some
what.
Tho fall in Rod river continues. Pilots
out of tho Mississippi rivor report mark
twain In thu channel.
IIUSINESS AND WEATHER,
Tho closing of tho week win attended
with a falling oil' of business, but it was
not caused by thn scarcity of freight, but
for thu want of tonnage. Several lurgo
boats could load hero without any delay
and nt fair rates. Yesterday was tho dull-
oU day of tho week.
During tho forenoon it was dark, cloudy,
and chilly, but in tho afternoon tho sun
enmo out smiling, nnd tho atmosphere was
very pleasant.
MISCELLANEOUS MATTER,
Tho Gen. Anderson laid all 'day nt the
bank in tho Koutuck bend, loading a bariro
with stone, bho went to Mound City nnd
got n b.trgo loaded with lumber, which she
will tnko to St. Louis.
'Tho Marble City camo out after dark,
with 11 flno trip (or Memphis.
Tho M. "W. U., returned to C.isyvllle,
with several empty coal barges, which
will be loaded nt tho mines witli coal for
tho Miss. V. T. Co.
Frank Hundluy received an ugly cut on
his "jaw," caiwd by coming lu contact
with tho sharp corner of it box. Hud it
struck hi in a little higher up "0 would huvo
probably lost ono of his "laughing eyes."
Tho Tyrone arrived ?4 hours behind
time, with tt fair trip of iron, tobacco, and
passengers. Sho found tho wharfboats
filled with freight and hnd to put her trip
on tho lovne.
Several produce boats floated by the
landing yesterday on tholr way south to
todlsposoof tholr stoek.
rillL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City National llnuk Btillillutr.
rjJJpeclal tltsntioa paid U order Irom atasoi
etta night or dav.M ..I
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Having removed' my boot ulid ahoo ttiop
to tho 1101 ill sldo of Eighth 'trcel, between
Commercial aveniio and Ohio levee, oppiv I
site my old itu.id, I invito nil my cus-
turners to call on me in my new quarter?,
wnere I alinll keep on hand and manufac
ture all kinds of custom-miido bouts mid
"Wr, and guarantee In tho future, as 1
havrt done in tho part, to glvn good work,
ijoou sioelc, good flu an, I perfect rnllrfuc-
IH'n. Iiim Itn tt . t-nu
3.8-2m.
1KUTII. The power of Mr. Whit
cjmb'. Syrup for clill,r..n are as po.ltlvo
as tho Milillght from lienven, nml gentle
nnd sooililng as an angel'a whl)r.
3-7-d& wS20
,,'0K Salk. A vottugu mi 12th stror;
containing 7 room, cluturn nnl out
noute complete. Apply to
W.'W. Tuokntov.
niiins.
BARCLAY BROS..
OHIO I.EVEF.
Cauo, Itu
3DITJC3-C3-IST
SAKATOOA Sl'KINOS
I ri'LL SUIT
AT BA"" '."V Dnuo BTORE.
Fwih ;.crrLi, Laili,
MOCKING MUD FOOD
ALL KADI ra III HITUOl'T tlOVSLI
At Uarclats'.
II
E L M U O L D'l
GRAPE catawba 1 ; f orape ) PILLS
CATAWIIA l.l ORAPE
GRAPE I catawua S i orape S PILLS
ao ah er
HELHROLU'R M E D I CI X KH
TRISU TKOU flBST HANDS,
Alway la stock In laig aupply, and for aal I j
Barclay Bros.
PEE9H -BliTJ-E TjXCX.
J U a T RECEIVED
...
orHnlffbjr tlie;in Ilolllc or Calloi
AT BARCLAYS'.
UST" Extra Fine Cologne;
StaTGENuiNE Imported Extracts;
JtaJTllAiii, Tooth and Nail Brushes
tQrlNDiA Ruiiiier Nursery Goo.
AT
.BAECxiAY BEOS.
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Ik-it grade In arge vtock and ra
riely, rery cheap;
a Lao:
Full Link or Colors,
nar tt in oil;
Paint Druihet, Lin.eed Oil,
WhltewarLP oilu. Turpentine,
Vara ahes Etc. etc.,
ALL KlaDa D STANDARD Ql'ALITLU
At Barclayb'.
PHIL. HA UP,
(SuctessortoP. Kaup.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
nriirt is
CONFECTIONS.
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
10!l Commerelnl Avenue, between
Nevenlli 11 nd ElirblU Htreela,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
ln teller aril Denlc-r lis all Klaadn I'rrab
Jieal,
Coaxtn .N'iNtTitNTii anb PofLaaSriitr.
0 Kit 1, ILLINOIS.
OUV1! and aliiuirhter only the ery bet rattle,
uokm a, mi aneep, huh i- prrpareu 10 nu au)
le.l
eniai-il for fre.li ,,.,.!
from one i.oillid 10 leu
.-VOtl
NAI.StO.NN.
A. SUSAN KA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA SAL.OON
And DeAler In Foreign and Domratlo
"WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAES
97 Ohio Leveo,
Betwsei. Wlnth and Tenth WM
Cairo, Iu
dMK
BANK!.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAIRO. ILLIXeiS.
CAPITAL,
100,00
orrimst
W. I. HAIJilDAY, I'rerlden
11 KMlT I.. IIALLIIMY, Vice tt tail
A. B. MAFFOKU, Caahlari
WALTER UYULOP, AialsUnt Cubiar.
ktticToail
T!" .
KOitat H. CcmiiaaiM,
h'1"' "' WluUi""'' Btir
A. B. Barroau,
W. V. HlLLIDAT.
Bttraia Ui
KKCbaasr, olai tana VaailMI sjut
Mosid Moucht Mat Maid.
D";?hVJ5 J"1, nd UnkU
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or CAIRO.
DANIEL HUKD, Prraldtnt;
WiIIEUT W. MII.LEK. VlccPmUaal
C. N. UliOllta, Caahlar.
COLLECTIONS PROM1TLY MADE
FSXCIIA.NOE, coia, bank notes au UafaW
j Utatea aecurttiea bought and sold. s
laaprrl Allowed oa Time sMMlla.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Chartered March II, lMt.
orrici li
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A, B. SIFFORI), Preaident;
H. S. TAYLOR, Vice.pre.Uenti
W. IIYdLUl', (Secretary and TreUurar.
DtltCTOUt
P. W. Rarclat,
Can. Oiltama,
Pii'L O. Much.
r. M. nrocariiTH.
it M. Cvaaiaaaaa,
W. P. IIalubat,
J. M. Pamir.
Itepoalla ol any Arnonnl Received !
Ten Cen In Cpwarda.
IN'TKKF.-T paid on depailt at the rate o I ait
re-eent. ser annum, March lataod Hepleia
wr 1... loiere-t not withdrawn la rdded Imm
llately 10 He princlpil or I he riapoait, tnerrbr
i'rinK them com;oiiiid lntret
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
DEPOBIT MONEY
0 THAT HO 01 (Ut CAN BAW If.
Oun H.f builoe.a dar from a.m. to S n-ra.
anu rtaturday ereningtor HAVINO DEPOSITS)
only, Irom to S o'clock.
au Atl y. ti I3i.vr, arvaauiaf.
RAILBOADM.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
TIA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
T
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, KW X ORE, AiOBTOy, J.
AKV ALL
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Hetgr train arnre at and lar Cairo aa fol
low :
ma. ixpatta.
aam SU5 a.m . ,l:0 p.m.
I'trAar 41 too a.m ....m4a a ra.
lutn train connect ai Centralta with train 00 the
roa
au. Pecatur, Dloomlngtcn, El Paao, LaBalU
Meadnta, KreeKrt, lialenn, !ubuque, an
all iKilm In lll.nola, Mn-ouri,
aliuoerota, Aitconain and
Iowa. And with
Line runninx Fa.t and Wnt lor
-1. 1,oi:n, Hprnigheld Iui.rill,
'hiuunnnli, Indiaimpoli., Oolurahus.
tnd at Chicago wiih Mlcliuxu Ceaiiai, Miahlga
bouthern, and I'Mt.lurx. Furt Wayne
and Ciucago Hailro.ia lor
Detroit, ClrreUnd, Dunkirk,
lllmiy, l,ioa, Phildipbla,
Magra Fall, Erie, Uuttalo,
sew York, Pittsburg, Baltimore,
W'riingion.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. B.
On and after Monday, April 2Hh, IS71, truss;
rua aalol.'owa:
NORTHERN DIVISION.
TBAIIS OOINO BorTMIA,
Mail.
Expre
12 36 p.m.
3,00 "
t-;t "
. ;1T "
i.eare Virginia (,:S0a.m
' Hiirfngneld .8:20 "
" Taylorvllle.....lU.S2 '
Arrive at J'ana 11:10 m.
ia IN O01ll NoarawuT.
Exorea
, .... n , ,a.
...jVln.ro
CWS '
ur.,c . WW T.W K.IU .(...,..
' Taylortille S;4
Arrive at ripringfield...iiilJ "
Leare SpBiintfield JV.2S "
e:w
.:10
..l:lt
Arrive at Virginia
HOUTHF.KN DIVISION.
taain ooino aaVTHiaar,
Leafa Rdgewood 6:30 a.m 10:10 a.m
' Flora 8:24 ' IIi '
Am re at tjhaneetown3:&.tp m... 6:15 D.aa
TCAma ooio KoarawiiT.
Leave flhawneetown 6:45 a.m I.IOp.ra
KIom " T:U0'i
Arrle at Kdgewood 4:t0 " ... 1.20 "
The 6:30 a.m. train from Kdgewood, run only
MnnilHva. Widnr,! and Krlilar. and 6:45a.m.
rain from H'.awneetown on Tueadaya, Thura.
dry amlhatiirdaya.
Co'inecla at Aahland with Jacksonville riifiaioa
ill (Uilcgoand AUnn R,ro'd, for JtckaonTlllt.
.... 1 . . . .ll... .l .1, ..!.- .1 '
reierauil It. nniuu n it'i at, umiiiip wrsi.
At Hnrluufleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Tnjodo, wabah and Weatern Railroad, ley
llioom.ngion, i,iiicaKn,aQu an piiiaia norm, norm.
wet and wei. ....
At ran w tn ims. ami hi l.eui. and I no a
Central Kallroad lor all point eait, aouih and
oiitpeni. ... , . . .
At IvlKfwooa witn unicags LiiTiiion Ulinela
Ceiitrnl Kllrod.
At Flora, wun unio aid MiMimippi Railroad,
At Shawneeto. n. with stejmlxi.i. f,.r l!lnnln.
aatl, Paducah, Cairn and Bt.Ln.ua,
uiiiMnuagiuil, Qea'lHUp'l.
Joms FnniiTT. iten'l Fr'irt and T.nkel Aar'i.
STUBS AND IIIDIM.
II. LEVT li CO.,
IAla
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, FEATIIEBM, ETC., V
S3 OHIO I3nV333D.
CaIBO. ILX0M9U.
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