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rarlci: Room .leeping car. on nihl Ittm:
checked to nil important ncla"-
CAIRO AND MOVSP CITY
trill ..it llirce trip, daily.
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K.te each ;ay
III tlrket. for t JO.
EVANSVILLE AND CAIRO,
The fine stfamer
rnWLER.... - - ....Ma-lcr
rilrn fur Ev.msvilte rrery Sunday and
iY ...j.r ereninirs. t S o'alJji. p.m. For
fr.it nt or piuajte, apply on txi.ril or t,
Tae splendid Meamer
Ctj 111',', iiiir 'ipl I) M I
Cumbrrliiii 1 IUvm I'.ieltfH
III. jplendiJ ttwoif r
TOM HAKVA.V-.MUr AI.EX. IlAnD...ClerW
Will In" Cilro r.rjr SatuM.y .t S o'clock p.m.
(BrClirkirill. nd .NaihTlllr. For friRht or
dune. .Pl oa ooard or to
KASnVILLE. CLAHKSVILLE AND
Tlie galUnt .teatnrr
0"Tl.)tDAV3Maitr JAS.P. JOIUSOX..Clerk
Will Ifiie C.iro cTrry Thitr.dajr at S o'clock p.m.
lorNi'hYilif, CWrkivillijJ all way point.. Kor
frtishtorp.iUje .pplf on board or to
JiaJif. JAS. BIGGS, Ag't.
The nood .learner
WII.Er I51M3Maiter JSO. HAr.PnR....CIerk
W.U leite Cairo erery Monday at 6 o'clock, p.m.
for tshTille, and all w.y ports For freight or
pniir?, .pplT on board r to
itf JA9. !IIGG., Atft.
?0K SALE. "I For Sale e FOK SALE,
rOU SALEjrruielFOU SALE.
Fare from LiVKitrooL,
i'are from LoyDCKDKKrtY
Faru from Ulasoow,
Fare from Qukenstow.v
10 CAIKO, ;::::::: $18-20
tiflord, Jlorm t Ca
Limpoo) ew.VnlI; ahd I'hlladf Iphla
COTHCT WITB rITtD ITATM.iKD EK1TI.II
For Crryinj; trie Malls.
FOR PASSAlfK TICKETS
oa ttttnti isroax.TlON
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Act.'
UBroa.U.y, New.Vork, or to
II. II (Ml lt,
Wahititton Auricr, Cairo. nrrn, 51
i.FMmv'I-1 SMITH, M. U.
li lS 'l'r!?'V " Thtrteeaih Mreet. be.
T ' '.J'nnirciitUTeiiu. up n.r,.
DL'S'S'WC t t
l ii. "Tner.ntl aul Winn i
". to v: m
nt- over th potortiL;
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cir. linn.- ...
in. -an 10 1 p. in
U.S. UHIGIIAM, M. D
OMCK, 130, COMMKKCIAL A VKL'XL'K.
COONSEHsttS AT LAW.
William J.Allen, 1
John II.Mulkey, I CAIKO, JU.IK01H.
bamuel I'.W tjeeler.J
oarl'.rucular attestlon paid to rlter and ad.
OFFICE-Over Fir.t .National Hank, Ohio Leree
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William f) Gilbert
Mile. r. UUhurt,
nriipecia. .ttentiAD glren (0 Admhalty and
tttlQX OHIO I.KVKK, BOOMS 7 AND 8 OYJGR
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
-J!l?lll!K,ri?7i",11,Ul'.0'1 Company now
offer for .ale Uie follow nuilrkcriijeJ lr,i in Vim
Addition to the Cltyot clitoj vl, , ,D lX
tot 7 blook W. Lot 11 block 2
6 ' It, " vt .1 Vi'
6 j, m ii kV
a " vt, " .ii .J
or trnn,.U, apply Vi JAMEH JOHNfON,
T.'.N DOLLARS REWARD.
Moun't City, Mlnon, on Hntur 1st, ) ." ,i i
1.72, Kdnard ll'Wiies. Ten ' '".',' iiwl't wil
fair the, recov- ry of ihe lm'f' ,, liiJdir nt.,
telegraph t" "Im llndrrl'", "
Drowned ir ,m the. steamer
tit l.ottls, tin.
Cain, M.ndi ' t.
s. U'A LTBUS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol rtiry dccrlptUn,,
.ATII, SHINOLES, CKUAR I'OSTb,
UU011S, SASH, BLINDS.
S t k a m ii o a t Lumber,
Kutnl.lifd on rhnrlrat nnllcc
Couuuercial-av, bet. 10th aud llth-sta.,
CAIRO CITY COAL
la prepared to .upply cmtomer with tho best
PITTSBURG AND .ILLINOIS
ORtlF.IW Ull at llallldny llro. olHce, 70 OHIO
I.KVKK, or at the Coal Yard below the St.
Criatle,! lintel, will recelvn prompt attention.
THE TUG " MONTAl'K" will fintj coal alonR
lde .teamtir. at anv hour oc2Slf
CIIAS. SCIIOENMKYEIl & CO
Mattress Man ufacturing
I'll rn It tire Itrpulrlng,
All order, promptly attended to.
NOrSTinVK.sT COIi.VKB OK IfASIII.VOTON' AV-
KNUK ANli TKNTH hT.,
I'. O. Drawer 1233. anl)tf.
I'tilillilictl fycry moruliii;, Momlitjr ex.
mppriiil Tj:i,Ht Iiritol
Tliu liouso and two lot; situated on the
corner of Eighteenth iiud Witlnut .trccti,
is offered for 6'ilu on very rciisonublu
trm. Eor pitrticulitrs apply on th jirem
TUB LITTI.K KKNTUCKIAK,
No. 53 Ohio luvev, U the plice wh ero
they keep tho fr('het llsh and gftme, mid
tlio Hncit wine, HquorA and cigars, to he
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty
livo cent. Open tiny nnd night, at all
hourii. J. E. I'akk, Proprietor.
LOST I'OCKKT 1100 K.
liiist Friday ovening between tho cor
ner of Eighth street and Commercial ave
nue and Tenth and Walnut, either on
Eighth street, Washington avenuo or
Tenth ftruot, a p.iuhet book cont lining a
um uf money. Tho finder wl'l bo well
rewarded hy leaving it at tho utoro of
Mr-. Anna Lang on Eighth .trcet.
Mr. Anna Lang, on Eighth stroot be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, hai just received a flno spring stock
of inillinory good., consisting of hat?, bon-
neti, ribbons, notion, etc., etc., to winch
iliu aiks the attention of tho ladies of
Cairn. Mm. li'iitL' will tuko tdeasure in
UQwlni; her goods to all who will favor
" vfiUi m-all. a.'J.lm.
A.Vi tiik iiftctlnlrm t rnnnm ill it II ii .
NVUiam v.Ulur.. boot and kIioo maker
wortliv t,t .., ... , , ...
know wi,.,..r..u,b' PtronB0.
111. w.M- r. 1 , -i'1"1 wiiuii wo any
'IIJ Y(i 1. ...
lowet price.. Uu u " ' " " ,
Vhebe,torHoeU,and ho c.nZ "K
eu U UdoHcrt0 tu.k of , Z
Ml At. Give liiutK ii n
Twentieth .treet, XfuZ
iiverniK uml l'...,!..,. ui...... .... . w
1 'cci, near v umu..ti..
tlio court house, and we will guarantee
1'at Fitzgerald, of tbo sainnle fAltna
has received the appointment of agent for
me saio 01 me Uaniinondsport, N, Y., LV
bana Wlno Company's wlnos in this'clty
"'e bottio with which we have been
uYortu 1, a kttll)p(j of tho h
thfaa.fl U'tlih. at
" . ., 1 l,M:" wu ttr() prepared to say
" . , y ?Ui we have ever
u . juu received a largo con
slirnmont. w 1 d .1, t. , . ".
,,,, . : . " i""P vo sell ut
lltviuiil.il IIUUIIII, 11H lllll flic. .... 1..
largo and complete ttock of the various
uranus 01 irimi, ncotcli and American
wUlsklo", anu wines ol oery variety
Go to Till; Kicolslor saloon for fresh
Si. Ivouis layer beer.
rilK CAIRO DAILY
Velonlv 'Vi i rloudy, Rloomy tiny.
ift't in-night. Hull over D. Arlor& Co.'s
ten1, biot ill Unvcntli street.
Tho Ohio river Is again rilng. It has
risen nh ut eighteen Inches within the
past fort -eight hours.
the new city teamster, has purchased a
span of hores and a wagon, and is now
reailny for operation. Oladnoy Is a worthy
man and deserves all that has been ac
corded to him.
Attention Is called to the advertisement
in aiiothor column ottering a reward for
tho recovery of tho body of Mr. Edward
Hughes, who whs drowned from the
steamer Argonaut, ncurMound City on
Saturday, the second Inst.
The municipal election in Centrallfl,
which comcotf on Tuesday, resulted in a
coinpleto democratic triumph. The dem
ocrats with a slnglo exception, elected
every man cn their ticket.
lliulnc.'s on the levco yesterday was
nut so brisk as for several days previous
This slato of things is brought about by
tho want of tonnage to carry freights from
this port. There is .ulllcient freight await
ing shipment here to till out several good
NKW 000 lis.
In order to mako room for his new
stock ol Spring and Summer gods, Mr. J.
Burger, will disposo of tlie slock ho now
has on hand at tho lowest poillo 11,'iiro
Mr. Hurger is now in Now York buying
a full stock of now' tiood, which h pro
poses to sell at tho lowel possiblu living
There was threo cases before his honor,
Squire Shannsssy, yesterday. James Jones,
for otlensWc conduct was sent to tho cala
boose for nine days. Emma Thomas and
Minerva Hamley, colored damsels, wore
up beforo Ills honor on soma sort of a
charge. They were fined flvo and tho
trimmings each. They promised to pay
and wvro discharged.
IIREAKINO OAS LAMPS
Yesterday at about noon a lot of colored
boys assembled under tho gas lamp at tho
corner of Sixteenth street and Washington
avenue, and amused themsolvcs by shoot
ing pebbles through tho glass In tho top of
the gas post. The rascals should be ar
retted and dealt with in a manner that
would teach them that to break gas lamps
is not by any means profitable amusement.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
A. Loven has opened a grocery store in
tho house on tho corner of Fourteenth and
alnut streets, wliero ho proposes to
keep a gcnoral assortment of family gro
cerios, provisions, choico butter, eggs, etc.,
and ho promises to sell his goods on as
reasonable terms as can be obtained at
any other establishment of the kind in the
citv. Oivohfrnacr.il. feb2l-dtm.
Mr. Lauis Jorgensen h is lately re
ceived a fresh Installment of the celebra
ted California grapes, put up in cans.
Wo have tried them, and havo no hesita
tion in saying that thoy aro tho freshest,
sweetest and most deliciou fruit of their
kind wo havo ever eaten. Mr. Jorgensen
keeps in his store nothing but tho choicest
of canned and green fruit', provisions
CAIRO llL'.lINKs!- MEN.
Last week wo presented our readers a
list of the best houses of Cairo in thu sev
eral branches of business, and wo now
heartily recommend them to the citizens
of Massauand adjoining counties. They
aro men who Ihito been engaged in busi
ness and have secured an enviable reputa
tion for honesty and fair dealing all over
Southern Illinois. Metropolis Timn.
Tho "City Shoo Store," corner of
Eighth stiect and Commercial avenue,
will next Saturday receive "no of tho lar
gest and finest assorted stocks of the cele
brated BrolaskI hoots, shoes, gaiter;, etc.,
over brought to Cairo, Tho stock was se
lected with a view to supplying our people
with tho best nnd most seaonablo articles
of the kind to bo found in tho market. Gt
Wo aro Indebted to Mr. James Higgs,
tho gentlemanly and accomodating agent
of tho Nashville, Kvansvillo and Cairo
and of the Cairo and Paducah packet lines,
for Into papers and other favors. Mr.
Higgs i ouo of tho oldest .teamboat
agents in Cairo, and tho success that has
attended his clients, and the prominenco
ho occupies in tho estimation of river men,
speak well for the ability and energy he
evinces in his calling.
Ike Wnldor started foe Now York yes
terday, to purchase a stock of spring and
Mr. Erwln Maxwell, a former resident
of tills city, now a resident of St. Louis,
called upon us yesterday. Mr. Maxwell
lost near about all he pos.csvd of this
world's good by the Chicago fire. Ho is
now connected with tho West Virginia
oil and oil land company, producers and
dealers in West Virginia oils. Although
he sulferad hoavily by tho Chicago Jlro,
be is as full of life and vim as over.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
B. nnd W. Iludor havo lust received
!?mu of !oWated llauor's Pianos and
-rgan. which BWo. to most all families a
1 T t0 1"&i.o ofttuae flno instru-
pi,., i , ... '" rcasonao o,
I hey have a tvmM tone, are well made
id beautifully llnished : in,,,,., T?.
i.w.in. rr CCS ir. . .
are a good and flno instrument. The "ar
oi' organs are not only a well sounding
instrument but they are so nlci.. a-!,...1?
that thoy will be an ornament to Z
win. inoy only come to $100 00 Jo
and examine these instru.nent.,imd we aro
most sure you will buy one. J3t
coming summer nroml. i,. .,t..
our carpenter,, brick-layors, pi
' an thu work
BULLETI X, TIITHSOAY, MARCH 11, 1872.
they will bo ablo to do. Wu
hoar of at least half a dozon merchants
mid others, who intend orectltiff brick
building this kiii. W't iu.Joitiiiid
that Mr. Peter Culil contemplates tho
erection of a llro Iron front brick on tlio
cllo of h's present business house on Ohio
levee. It Is said that another lovco mr.
chant, a prominent niorclniiit-lallor, In
tend building 11 brick business house on
Eighth street between Commercial and
Washington avenue. Work has already
been commenced on Mr. Gilbert's houso
on the corner of Sixth St. and Commercial
avenue, and the walls of tho basennnt of
Mr. John Kochlor's brick on Commercial
avenuo aro nbout completed. This Is a
good commencement, and from present In
timations there will bo mofo substantial
buildings go up in Cairo this year than
there has in any other three years slnco
THE LECTURE TO-NKllir.
To-nlght Hon. Uenj. F. Taylor, tho re
nowned lecturer, will dullver his celebra
ted lecture entitled, "Thought and its
Chanols." Wherever this lecture, has
been delivercJ, it is spoken of by press
and public in tho highest terms of praise.
Having been twtco announced to lecture
in this city, during the winter, nnd on
both occasions failed to reach Cairo in
time to fill ills appointment, -Mr. Tayloy
now proposes to leeturo for the bcnclll of
tho Young Men's Christian Association,
charging them only sufllcicul to pay his
iicUim! expenses in coming to and return
ing from Cairo. This generous course of
the distinguished lecturer will cuablo the
association to relieve itt least a portion ol
the lose jiustalhed by tho failure, (which
by the way was no fault of hi,) to
ful II I his former engagement.
Ticket can bo piirclmeo.l to-day ut II. A.
llatiirin's and S II. Iiockwull A: Co.'s
book ttorcs and of II. C. Lotlin, at tho
poit ofllce. R'Sfrvcd scats mayEc secur
ed at any time to-day by applying nt I).
Hartman's auction store, next door to the
HON, UENJ. F. TAYLOR
Will Lecture at the Atiienkum,
Thursday Evening, March 17. Sun
ject: "Thouoiit and its Chariots.'
We think that thoso who havo bcon dis
posed to censure Mr. Taylor for falling to
meet preceding appointments will acquit
him of blame when they learn that tho
causes were entlro'y beyond hi. control;
and that ho ha; acted so gentlemanly and
generously ns to ofrcr to nrvo us on tho
14th Inst., if wo pay him only the cost of
his railroad fare and hotel bill. lie is
willing to help us to rctricvo our losses,
and wo hope a good house will greet him
on his appearance Thursday night.
Tickets at W. B. Rockwell & Co., II. A.
Hannon's and II. C. Loflin's. Reserved
scats may bo secured on Thursday, at thu
Auction Store, next door to the Atlieneum.
Sec. Com. Y. M.C.A.
THE WORLD'S FA lit FOR 1070.
Held daily in every city mansion and
cottage, nnd at tho cheerful fireside of the
fanner's homo nwarood to tlio .Singer
Sowing Machine tho following prize.
Sowing Macliino sales for 1870:
The Singer Manufacturing Co 127,8:53
heeler anil ilton .Hatiulacttlr
Howo Machine Co
Grovcr & Raker Sewing Machine
Weed Sowing Machine Co
Wilcox ii Gibbs Sewing .Machine
Florence Sewing .Macliino Co
American Rutton Hole Sewing
.Macliino Co 14,073
Tho abovo is from sworn statements.
SILK ANIi LINEN THREAD.
Which will you buy, n pound of lea I,
Willi n sprinkling of thread,
Which you can break with yourtvto liltlu lint
Or a pound of thread
Which H unmixed with lead,
That can iiIw.th bn foiin l at Ilic.Simjor'x
agency, linger Manufacturing Co., at Mrs.
Ellis' millinery store.
H. LEVY A. CO. PAY TUB HIGHEST MARKET
Ilelow will bo found tho corrected litt
of prices paid by H. Levy A: Co., for
hides, furs, feathers,' wool, tallow, bcei
wax, and all kinds of country produce
Levy A: Co. do a yery largo trade in their
lino, and itU a well known fact that they
always pay the highest prices to bo ob
tained in this market. 1 hey nro now
Mink $2 00 a '2 2.1
Houso Cat 10 a 15
Musk Rat 15
Ottur 5 00 a 7 00
Hear Skins '2 00 u 0 00
lleavcr, per pound 00 a 7f
HIDES, PER POUND!
Deer Skins 27U.17J
llecf Hides, Dry Salt lHJaUo
" " Green Salt Unltii
Tallow, par pound a7:
Feathers, " COiiflo
Wool, " " (10 a 70
Hueswax " " 5 n 28
The abovo price list is subject to correc
Wo havo just received a largo stock of
now imported Grovcr iV linker's sewirg
machines. Thoy stitch alikoon both sides.
Wo will sell family and manufacturing
machines, witli tho privilege of paying by
monthly installments, giving tlio purchas
ers choico bctwion lock-stitch and Grovcr
A: Ilakor's elastic btltcii. Remember wo
learn you to run all machines bought of
ts. vo also !oc) on hand sowing ma
chino attachments, noodles, silk, best
sporm oil in bottles, or you can bring your
own bottio and havo it tilled.
In addition to our sawing machiuo de
partment, wo do macliino embroidery,
dress and clonk making, stamping for
either braiding or embroidery, and all
dono with block stamps. All orders from
city or country will rucoivo our prompt
auouiion. ah paeons wishing anything
in our nno aro respectfully roquosted to
Bivu un a can ami sao samples of work
18'J Wa.hlngton avenue, between Elovonth
and Twelfth streets, l'ostolllci box 228.
3 ,:i,,m' ' H, F. (lOOI)YAIt.
tHenlar ineetlim nf the Ilnnnl of Al'b tincn 1
Council UixiiiIkt, 1
Caho, III., Mnr.li ti, 1872.
Present Aldermen Motcnlf, Phlllls,
Uearden, Robinson, Sjiiso, Stnncll nr.d
On motion of Ahlorinan Slratton the
reading of tho journal was dispensed
Tho bnard it L il meeting on hut eve
ning, having nllowed tho bill of tho Hiber
nian llro company, less 10 for iiiouen
gor' salary, Aldo'iium Seaso moved Unit
said action bo reconsidered. Carried by
tho following voto: Ayes Mctcalf, Phil
lis, Reunion, Robinson, Seaso, Standi and
Stratton 7. Nay 0.
Alderman Scasu now moved to nllow
tho bill in full. Carried as follows : Ayes
Motcalf, Phtllls, Reorder, Robinson,
Sease, Standi nnd Stratton 7. Nay 0.
Tho bill of John H. Oborly & Co., for
$o2 CO, for publishing council proceedings
in February and printing small-pox card
was reported back by tho pi luting and
claims committees recommending pay
ment. Alderman Seaso moved
to concur In the recommendation
of the committees. Carried a follows :
Ayes Metcalf, Phlllls, Rearden,
Robinviu, Seine, Slaucil and Stratton 7
I'pon I'.s tecolid reading in this board :
An ordinance providing for the lining of
absent and tardy members of the council
and cither board. Alderman Mctcalf
moved to tabic. Lt ns fnlhiws : Ayes
.Metcalf and Stnncll 2. Nays Pliilll",
Rearden, Robinson, Se.no nnd Slratton,').
Aldctman Senc moved to adopt. Car
ried as follows : Ayes Pliillls, Ur.trilen,
Robinson, Seao and Stratton 5. Nays
Metcalf nnd Stnncll 2.
On motion of Alderman Stratton the
M. J. Howlky, City Clerk.
PARKER A III.AKK.
Parker it lJlako havo added to their
well assorted Paint, Wall Paper and
Window Glass establishment a regular
painting business. They havo engaged
Mr. Carl L. Thomas, who has been in tho
painting business in Cairo for tho last 10
years, to superintend tho painting nnd pa,
per hanging department, and nil work en
trusted to him, or for which ho may con
tract, will be duly acknowledged by them,
nnd will bo executed with neatness and
dispatch. Sign writing, plain and fancy
painting, paper hanging nnd decorations,
cahominiiig, graining, glazing, etc., dono
at reasonable terms. 3-Ctf.
Mr. Joseph Mendel has sold his grocery
store, at the corner of Tenth street nnd
a.hington nvenue, to Mr. Joseph Dross.
Mr. 11. has taken possession and will im
mediately stock the concern with a full
and complete assortment of the freshest
and choicest groceries and provisions
which ho guarantees lo sell at prices as
low a. run booblalncd from iiiiv other c.tub-
lislrtnent in tho city. Ho solicits a share
of tho public patronngo nnd promises in
return prompt attention ami courteous
treatment. 3-8 dim.
IIIOHEST CASH PRICK PAID FOR HIDE.
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Thornton'a block,
Tenth street, aro prepared to pay tho high
est cash price fur articles in their line, a
Prime Mink 51.75 to '2.25
" Raccoon COo to COt
" Musk Rat - 10 to 15
" Wild Cat 10 to 50
" Opossum... 10 to 12
" Otter 0.00 to 0.00
" Heaver Skins 5.00 to 7.00
Green Salt, 9 to 10c
Green Salt, kip and calf. 1'J to l ie
Deer Skiing. liu to 35c
For other articles, such its nigs, feath
er?, bees wax, wool and tallow, wo vill day
tlo highest market prices.
j 11 URN ETT it CO.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Culro, 111.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Having removed my boot and shoo thop
to tho not th side of Eighth street, between
Commercial nvenuo and Ohio levee, oppo
site my old stand, I invito all my cus
tomers to call on mo in my now quarters,
wliero I shall keep on hand nnd manufac
ture all kinds of custom-mado boots and
shoes, nnd guarantee in tho ftituro, ns J
havo dono in tlio past, to givo good work,
good stock, good fits and perfect satisfac
tion. Phillip Rai oh.
T, R. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th strcot
nnd Commercial avenuo, Cairo, Ills,, is
prepared lo accommodate tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rates than nny other first-class houso In
tho city. Tho rooms aru all well fur
nished, light and airy, good samplo rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. The liouso is located In the cen
ter of tho business part of tho city within
ono squaro of tho post oHlce. 4-9-tf
Just received at Rristol & Stllwoll's
canned IJarlott Poars,Aprleot,and Muscat
Grapes. Also a full assort tient of best
brands of other canned goods. No. 32
Eight strcot. B-l-tf.
As A Remedy. For Bronchial nfl'ec
tlons and Chronic dlsoascs of tlio lungs,
nothing over beforo discovered equals Dr.
Pierco's Golden .Medical Discovory. 004.
Imported Malaga grapes at Jorgon
son's, cornor of Twentieth stroot nnd
Go to Dr. McGauley for Jtattlngor's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to euro tho chills,
Perpoii! havli L' claims nt'iilnst ll.e t b
ontriictors of thu Cairo A: Vincenncs rail
road under ti, will present tho sumo to us
for ottlomot, at tho St. Chnrlos hole), on
ihtirsday llth Inst.
Dodge, Lord a- Co.
ARRIVED AMI DEPARTED,
Hleamer. Where from. Where in
City Clieslcr...Sl. Loul MiimtihU.
1 1 . i line. . , v i i
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Thump. l)caii..N. Orleans.
W. U Uasevvillc.
Win. Cowcn.,.St. Louij.
Liberty N. Orleans.
Jim lisk Paducah....
Malllo Ragon... Memphis
condition of the ri v EF..
The river continues rising nt this port
ami to fnr tho rlso has been 18 Indies.
Tlie declino in lh; Mississippi continues,
and the channel U becoming troublesome.
There is about 7 foci water out.
Tlio Ohio river between hero and Evaiis
vllle is improving somewhat owing to the
rise now coming out of Green and Cum
There Is a good stage of water from heru
lo New Orleans.
lirslNKs AND WEA1 II Kit
Business was rather quiet at the landings
owing to the fact that tlicro was no ton
nage to bo had. Freights nro plenty, and
fair rales aro paid.
Tim weather w.ts cloudy and heavy with
prospect" good for n general rain.
dipt. Dugaii sent here for his small
wrecking boat, Samson, which ho will uo in
wrecking tho Falls City, nnd other boats.
It will go forward tho first opportunity.
Tho Mnllie Ragon does not go any fur
ther up tlio Ohio, but loads here for Mem
phis. Tho Mohawk and barges nt last ac
counts wcro aground at Liberty
Tlio Liberty and barges will stop here,
and loaded for Now Orleans, nnd will
find more freights hero than tho can
The Cowcn brought down a tow of
empty coal barges. She coals hero ami
returns witli several barges of coal.
The Sam J. Hale discharged a lot of
sundries for our merchunti. and tilled out
here with nil tho Memphis freight shs
A man named Lee was killed last Sun
day whilo loading logs at Morris' Camp,
near Hickman, Ivy.
City Xiiilounl ItHiik Ilnllilliiir.
.special attention paid toorders Iroin learn
oats nlKht or dar.'fco
Dead or Dying. Where tho hair is
unnaturally dry, you may bo sure that it
Is dying; and unless nrtillclnlly vitalized,
It will soon bo as dead as leaves in No
vember. Feed the withoring fibers and
stimulate tho torpid scalp with Lyon's
Kalhairon, and the evil, which must other
wi soon culminate in baldncs", will bo
speedily remodid. It Is absolutely neces
sary for the health of tho brain, that it be
kept moderately moist with a preparation
capable of nourishing nnd invigorating it.
Lyon's Kalhairon fulfills those conditions,
nnd is the onlv article that actually put
new life into thu capillary tub', through
which tho natural nourishment knscea-cd
to pass. This pure and harmless vegetable
preparation is absorbed by tho .kin of tlie
head to the root of tho hair, and passes
into tho lllamenU by tho force of capillary
Ratciiki.or'n Hair Dye. This superb
hair dyo is tho best in the world perfectly
hnrmless, reliable and In.tantancous. No
disappointment. Tlio genuine W. A.
Biitcholor's Hair Dyo produces immedi
ately a splendid natural black or brown.
Does not stain tho skin, but leaves tho
hair clean, soft and beautiful. Tho only
Fitfo and perfect dye. Sold by nil drug
gists. Factory, 10 Bond St., N. Y.
Marriage Guide. Interesting work
numorous engravings, 221 pages. Price
50 cents. Address Dr. Butt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
See Advortioment. tf.
Mns, Whitecomii's hyrui'. Tills arti
cle is good for nil discasos incident to tho
period of teething in children nnd is sold
for 25 cents n bottio. l.l-d&wl w
For Sale. A cottage on I2th stroot
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
Go to No. 32 Eighth strcot, and get
some of tho novel nnd excellent Java
Imperial Tea, and try It. 3-ltf.
For the bo.t St. Louis lager in tho
city, go to Ulankonbiirg's Kxcolsior sa
Fresh St. Louis lager boor just received
at tlio Excelsior saloon. F. Rlankonbiirg,
Java Imperial Tea at Bristol & Stil
Paul G. Schuh sells Rnttingur's medi
BUTOH 3 IR,
ANII DtalSK IN
Eighth Street, Between Washinqton
and Commercial ayknubh,
Adjoining ItlttfiinotiHC IIM"7''
Keep the be.t of Ilcef. Pork, """."to )0rv
Lamb, Hatt.age. etc., aud n Norv
citiieu. In tho moit acceptable reanuei .
en i cag (i.
FJELD, LEITE It & CO
.MADISON As MARKET STS.
W n lake pleasure, in nnnounolnc to our friend,
ami pntrnn, tint we ate onreii,iin In moroemii.
mo.lioiii, ii.rlei. tor Hie Iraniaclli.n of niir Job.
OCCUPYING OUR NEW WAREHOUSE 20UPJ0,
(which Is conl lerl,ij more ilisn do-ibte cur for
mer loaallt, corner nfMil ,m W.isIiiiikIo.1 ats )
!.. .'"'""''d IIih.iikIi all ,le, arttin nis with morn
i in'.. . "rt r"" 0 'inenlen. o, light and H'inpla.
. ,rJ rirVii.?1"1'". "' '""Ines.. The corner
eliilr.'.ii . ? ,'Inm bisemenl tip. Is iletolcl ex
'J'? ''JnbbinK. With i hi,! nerca.e, room
tcrl I ri '"i"1 ,,lu 'trt,,, r'i'l". I"
f i ll i!l''i,1j , m eomp.'etn -lock ,,(
CARPhlS AND UPHOLSTERY
ndTthatmi'r o,', "f NV Vo.k. W wo ,1 also
carpets and upholstery,
'l,oil,,..!;.',""'l.M,'i:,.l.'V i" ; ' i"'"t lo.ano,,.
-I Al l, UK ilAI.Vl'AI.SKII.
It U our earnest . iclrmor lo tell
ALL GOODS CHEAPER
THAN EVHR BEFORE
and lo matte .(ncVs n, price, rn atlracllrn n i..
.rraiiiyoi,rcnt,nu .nDaRe. ,u
... iiii,,nriiiniiy to pri. our
rlhc -iih.hinll.l ymiatly tiunllestiMt inu.,,1
I'ftlfrf. If tin! t.v iil. ..i.... ...... ...
iMinii m ri
(iHIth an. I I uill Out nrrnntkU
lll.(l,l V . ................... .. ..
f ... ..-ku. ,,,r ludi.rr iircsiic, at,, I nttw
r,.ryiiiir lni'tinan, apprnral In nur ne ii,i-.
ter. the larsc,! ua.oitment ofgooils c h.e eter
WaM. II. SClTuTTEK,
Importer mill y liolrnnle Ilcnler lu
TOBACCO Ac CIO-VIRS.
Aurnl for the be.t brand, of
CRKAM AND STOCK ALL',
Iitiliorlsl AIcn r lllirrrrnl KIikIn.
75 Ohio Levkk,
' CAIItO, ILI.I.SOIB.
T. M. STOCK V L I' T H ,
(t'ccuto roiat . Tocart.tTii
Iteetlfyrr nnd Whole.alr lleulrr In
;'nrrlKii nnil Ixnuintlf!
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Lkvf.k,
HCknp.on baml conlantly a full .lock n
Ul'l Kentucky llonrbon, tv .n,i Mononi;.
tiela Wln.kl,.. French ilr.nilieii, llollaicl (J n,
ltl.inan,l Cnlllnrnia Wine. I4n:iinl
CENTRAL MEAT .MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Jltiereapen e,t the
roi'ui.Ait .mi: at MAititi:r,
IJ 1st 1 1 Mn 111 ii ii (I 'Is rlh Mrs els,
and will keep constantly on hand the be.t meal.
slaiiKhlereit In the Cairo market. They .My com
petition, tine them n trial. sepulltl.
"H".' SMYTH CO.,
i wholesale grocers, I
OHIO I. K V E K
) I It O , I I, I, IMHS.
Also, keep conslsntly on hand a moat 'coin
pleto slock of
bcotcii and irish whiskies
l'ort, Madoria, Shorry and CatnwbaW ines
RUMVI'II A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
, which fact they Invito tho especial alien,
don ol cloae bargain buyer.
Special attention given to FjUirig Order.
COAL I COAL! COAL I
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Comincrcial-av., Koot of Eloventh-st.
All Coal carefully weighed at tho yard on Kair
FULL WEIOHT WARRANTED.
Coal cleliycred on the shorte.t notlco In an?
loud Y el"'" liy "1 balf ,0n' len orcRr
Leavo order at tho oltlcd on Commercial. av. a
he foolof Eleveolh alreet. noTlOd-fim.