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TIMt TABMC Or THK ILLINOIS CENTRAL B
on end after aiindav, May Hlh. ml, Ihe tMov,
B"H.M.bl w.ll govern the arrival J !
ut of pAMiner Iralna t Clrol
Cairo and l. t-oula fcort blue.
, 12:30 a.m.
v.. h.ncenfArt, from Cairo to Kt. Loutf. No
chance : ff oi" Cairo to ChlcaRO. Klcrsnt
nr'tg Uonm keeping cars on night tram.
ene cheeked In Ml linportAnt tolnl.
CAIRO AND SWUM CITY
hTKAtt TI .
Will mk three trip datly.
.m. At . ui
I At l:'M
f .' 1 ..n.m.
F.reeA'h y, ceni", in- " -WillUn.
.nh.Sli.ilH, JIM , tl in.onri;; l
uiJios or paenner.or frHjUt. tioi.m.
EVANSV1LLK AN' I) CAIRO,
n rmcwiKM'i'H' i t i .. ... i-nr
1 II til" ciriMMit'i - , , .
Ireful or P.MV. IUIII ". A K'i.
fj Al UO AN 5" PA i ) UCA II
MAI I, IIO AT.
Tno iiplciiJiJ -learner
joe ro lr, -Mrnler.
, i 1 1 iy excepts I)
V. ' .... .h, f iiu.if, .tuilt ttii.MArrfnr
"jHjtf .JAS iAi.i.ouy,AS't.
ii uberlaii I Itlver lnoUot
KASUVILLE, CLAltrCdVIhLE AND
The rplenilid fcleanier
TOM HXB5HN...Mler Af.E.V. IIAIlD.....aerlc
UMI ire C ir efr Satnr lay at fl o'clock p.m.
firL-iiiki ll'."iJ .""""hvllle. For Ireiglit or
JA9. DI009, Agt.
VAriHVlLLE, CLAItKSVILLE AND
OVhX DAVW...Mater JAS.P.JOIINBON-.CIerk
Will fre Ciro every Thursday nt 6 o'clock p.m.
for'hille, ChirknvilluHtid all way poluli. For
imehi or i.uazn tpplr on tn.aril r to
jioJif. JAS. BHilJS, Ag't.
.NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
Tlio stood Meamer
TSII.KSlMH?...Maiter J.N'O. HAItPKR....CIeik
Will lcAie dim ercry Monday nt 5 o'clock, p.m
lor .Vfirille, nd all way port Tor freight or
iut:t, apptr on board r to
In5lf JA9. BIGGS, ARt.
IJIMMJIl ANT TICKKTS
DDI IG RANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, ) for Sale r FOR SALE,
POR SALE. J koJkhIcIfOR SALE.
Faro from Livekpool,
Fare from Londcndkkry
Fare from Olasoow,
Faro from Qukk.vstown
CAIRO, :: $48'
tajoril, Jlorru i Oa
Lircrpool Ncw-Toik nnd Plillad'lphla
mi coMiACt with i'niteo itatii and britiaii
For CarrjiDK ine Malls.
FOR PASSAAIE TICKETS
or ri'RTiira iAroiuTio!
APPLY TO JOUN O. DALE,
l& Broadway, New-York, or to
II. II o u I ,
Whinstno Avenue, Oair". nma.
i on nai.i;
r. CJIiuuis Out ml lt.t I ttus'i-Uump ny uo
vSrrlurMlcdit inlloirinKileiirlbeil loia lu im
A l liiinnto th Cliy ot cmro, vln
Ut rt Utxk Si. l..,t it block H2,
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orifrm,,,!,. Mpniy Vi JAMIM JOHN OV.
111 VMCIA W
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. I).
I)EII)C , .0, jj I'nrlHnib nl'ert, bn.
Uill ' "'"O- "I" avenue nil I VV iliilil stre, t.
' -it ; imiiier. ini uveiiue. up talrM.
U. V. npvvrvn m n
li ;1""'N;E-, mi.rNinth ud Whii
yJr ,'i-r -mil -ireet nn I -'III'
n WAHDNER, M. D.
1 v.i ''J ''"er Nuietieiiili ureet nnd
uvr ii.1 ' " ' i"" 'if hiMie Of-am-aeli
o;10""-. 0ic hour-19 to 1J
i-S?S?.SllL,:,ls ,VT kAw,
John n. si J,i I
ownutl P.Wn'iit.) -AHtO, ILLINOIS.
n.irally bu.iat,. Mw" l'il
OFFicn o... :
rlv.r and ad.
'"iuionniIn.v . rihi.. i
u"hM & GILHBUT,
William II. (ireen,
Willuin II (iil..n
WSpecia. klUnliftn cii.n , i .
JSteamboat bumew. h 0 10 A'l'""6llr and
OriTICK-OIIIO LKVKE, I100.MS 7 AM) 8 OVMK
CITV NATIONAL HANK.
BATCH KLOIl'S HAIR BYE.
Tun luperbhaird.eniia , , t10Hor,,
perfcily harmlee,, Mll,JIB snJ u,.m.oll
rrodlaappoliilm.nl Th,K llume w A ,Ja(cie
lor1 llAlr Dye produce, IminHiatejy w naturd
blck brr. I'o.a not M.m (b. ,k,n ,
Imtci Iht hair clean, .jft B4 Ututiful. The
only ' nti periecl hair d,e. fibM h
glib). Kacttry, IC Uond hi,, jj. x.
Officii i f Cairo Oitv Oa Company,
Cairo, III., Jlarun Sfltli, Hi J.
The niiuual meeting of Hie stockholder of the
Clro City Gas Cmnpan), lor the rleclion ol
directors tor the enMilnnyenr, will U htM on tlio
tlral Monday In April, nt tlio olllco 01 mo com
puny In llio cltv of Cairo, nl a o'clock p.m.
.J.VSd.. T. OKIIOUI.ll, Hei'y.
CAIKO ,t VINCENNES It, 11. CO.
I lie annual inccilnftof Stockholders nl Cairo
.t Vinecniios railroad will lie licla nt tlio office of
llirciinpn.iy, in Cairo, Illinois, on Tuenday, the
Kid nIApill, for the purpoao of lectlng til
rectors for tho enstiltiH Year, nnd f r any oilier
bininc-a proper to come before audi meetlnR.
S.'I-dbl. A K. ni'ltVIIll-: l'rol''cnl,
Notice ic hereby Kl'fn H"' on Monil iy, the
8lh day of Apr". ls7i. "n -lootlon will ho hcl.l
nt the AmbeiiBine lioune, la towntMp I" nouth,
ranife 1 el, eoiiniy of Alexiniler mid stilo ol
lltinoiK, for the purpose of electing oni) nclmnl
Truslee for .ld townnhlp. The kiI will lie
rned nt Oo'tlnvk In tile foiei.ouii, nml eiof e i o
o'clock in llic (iflcrnoon of the miiio day.
J.T. Htsstr, ) .
Jo. Wuop, School Trulec.
p. W. II a cur.)
Pnted thl lh iln of Mir-'li. Ii. 3-iMd.
Notice In liert-'iV uneii tlmt on Monihy, the
nmt ilny of April, Wl. n ileclion lll nei'i
nl tho Ainti cn tv lunise. in lol ihlp I. wmlti,
rngn I vcl, county of Alennilr nnd Mnte f
l'ltioi, for Iht) purpire olil.etlnR one n'hool
director lor mid loinhlp. 'I he p"H will he
opened nt U o'clm k In the f.ir. n.ion, rd cloie nl
5 o'clock in tho nfierno.iii ol ih mine i!ny.
I), (li nn. )
J. II. Hrcn, Hchool Ulrectom.
M. II. HarhclI, I
Pnlcil till" 21t ily of.Mnrch 1ST2.
AT ATIIEXEUM HALL
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS
TUT. CELniirtATKDXEOnO PIANIST,
TIIK UKEATMUMC.VL I'RODIOY OF THE AOE
.llotl .Marvelous .Mnlcnl (leiiiiiw Living
e3"Iiofore he In withdrawn permanently Irom
before lh ntlblle ft in h ihttv ill iiwm In vonr
NEK AND If i: A 11 THIN CJHEAT, I.VCOM-
'it.ii in. t; wii.MtKii up tiii;
ADMtsitoN, IJil Clo. lirir.Rvrn Sriti, 7S ctn.
Door open nt 7 o'clock ; To commcneo at 8.
MTdenti! can be ccurcd lllartinanV Auction
Publlcnlion OHlee, Iiullctln IlulldlnK,
Tlio wentlior continues pleasant.
The btciimor Great Republic '-lit out"
lust night for St. Louis.
Tlio inmnmoth steatntr Jus. Howard is
now loading ut this port.
Ciipt. Ilnlliday declines to bucomo h
camlidato for thu ofllco of school trustee.
Hill Scott snys ho is not n caudidutu
for school trustee. Thcro is not money
enough in tho olllco for him.
Aldermnn "Wiilder returned lionio
from Now York city yesterday. Ho pur
chusocl u lnrgo stock while in thut city.
Tlio whurfrnustcr's olllco has been re
moved to tho front room, up stairs, in thu
Scett AVhito building, corner Sixth itroet
and Ohio loveu.
Tlio l'rcsbyteriun sociable was held at
the rooms of Mr. W. Hyslop on Thursday
evening. Tlioso who attended enjoyed
It is paid thero will bo three murder
rases tried nt tho coming term of tho cir
cuit court, tho most important of which is
tlmt of Clmrloy Walker.
Romembcr tho "Wind Tom" concert
nt the Atheneum to-night. It is worth
inoro than tho prico of admission to see
nnd hear tho wonderful black boy.
See advertisement of Hnckenstoso's
circus on thu third pupo of to-days Hin.-
leti.v. This tnammoih oxbition will
spread its canvass in this city on tho
1 if tit of next month.
Silt with butter in it is selling at
from twenty to thirty cents in this mar
ket. IJuitur properly salted is about the
6amo priou. Eggs nro worth twenty
cunts pc dozen.
Jamci- I). White, contractor on thu
Cairo it St. Louis railroad, lun pouted
bills calling for two hundred und fifty
men to work on that mad near Unity, in
this county, at good wages and prompt
payment. For information, apply to Jus.
D. White, on thu work, or to Mat Rums
al tlio .Mechanic's boarding house in iLis
If tlio Cairo and Vintonnes and Cairo
and St. Louis railroads aro not completed
within tlio timo specified by tho contrac
tors to havo them completed, wo will bo
I much di.appointed. Within tho past
I week or trt days sinco tlio good woather
1 Sfct In, the forcuof lulwinira iilnnir tin, mink
hSVU bwn greatly HgmiJlited and the Work
is being crowded through with unpreco-
-riuj Hibernhin fJro company has
never since U organ ixatlun been in so
pros,.roui a coi.dition as it j, Bt tho prt.
il time. The company now own their
ow '-i..o houv,, nnd Ulu
, 'lS1 "P" which it is loca
led, and hnv. .. ....... . . .
turn orn-,,1, i ,lcl respectaoio
ui i ol re.id cuh , ti10 trcwury This
tiuto jf uiluirs i inn .,,,., ,n,rn dun
to tho ellle.uut innnnguuiont of the prcs
cut officers of the ooinpany.
o opine that thero will bo littlo
btt11 Paying within tho city limits
mil teuson Yonerd
refeicnee tu lla) 10c; mnn proc(!0nnB.f
i'uu c "i anot her column r ,,...,v'.
IJl'LLetin, lour ImIj were fined by Equlro
& iitnne.fcy fur induleing lit tho pti.tttna
"mm mo niurcmid limits, llatu bull Is
a fruud, and i( tho boys mm havo their
giunci let them go to places whore they
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN SATRUDAY, MARCH 30, 1872.
I will not Interfuro with Ihosa who hnvc nn
' khhorronro for it.
The "Black Tom" concert nt tho
Atheneum last night drow out n vury
largo Attendance. Black Tom's per
formnnco on tho piano and other instru
ments was cxcullcnt, nnd lilted tlioso who
heard him with wondormnnt to know how
one born n slave nnd having novcr rceolved
any trnlnlng, could bccoino so proficient
In musical attainments. The concert is
well wortli tho prleo of admission. Tlio
performanco will ho repoated to-night
again, when it Is expected tho hotiso will
bo filled to overflowing.
Night before last n small negro boy
liiattemptlng to jump on n passenger train
on tbo Illinois Central railroad, between
Fourth and Sixth streets, misled his grasp
and fell to the ground. In falling tho
Hang of tho wheel caught his foot nnd
crushed it so soveroly lljat it may possibly
bo neccs'iiry to amputato it. Thoro aro a
number of small boys who loung about thu
levee for no other purposo than to ride
on passing trains. Tlio police havo
warned them llnio and again but
to no purpose If tlioro Is not
n. dead boy or two picked up on tho levco
somo u these lino spring days, it will not
bo tho fault oT tlio boys.
Mr. Arthur Boyle, of this city, has
as'ocintcd himself with Lciiahau and
Able, under the (Inn numo of Lonnhan,
AbleA Boyle, and tnken a contract tocon
truot'a number of miles of tho grading of
tho Cairo ami Vlncenncs railroad. They
havo advertised !or two hundred men, to
whom fair wages nnd prompt payment
will be given. They want men to work In
rock und earth, for which thoy will pay
rook men, $2 per day; earth excavators
$1 75; good teams $3 Go and for uood
plow, $4 CO. Portons wishing to secure
employment with thoJo gentlemen, can
ascertain all necessary Information by
applying to Mr. Julin Hyland, corner
Tenth street und Commercial nvqnue, this
Mrs. Vandevcntcr Is tho authorized
ntrcnt in this city for the sale of n book
entitled the "Grent Industries of tho Uni
ted States. ' This work is n sorics of pop
ular, yet comprehensive, sketches, by emi
nent writers, of tho origin, development,
and present condition of tho nrinuinal
arts and industries of this country. Tlio
information it contains could hitherto be
obtained only by laborious refcronco to
oncylopcdias, und the numerous works
each treating only of somo single inven
tion. Tho book is ullko valuablo to Mio
professional man, merchant nnd mechanic)
and should bo found in every library. It
is sold only by subscription, nnd Mrs.
Vandorontor informs us that she is meet
ing great success in its sale in this com
Soveral days ago Chlof Myers nnd
Dotcctivo Arnold received a totegrum
from Cleveland, Ohio, requesting them to
bo on tho lookout for one .1. R. Knight
alias I'arkor alias Johnson alias Ashgraves
it noted burglar, who sometime since
ran away from that city in company with
a girl by tho nnmo ol Julia Clark. Ye.
tcrday morning tho ofllccrs spotted their
man. Thoy watched his movements dur
ing tho day in order to uncertain whero ho
was boarding. Between six and suven
o'clock in tho evening, Knight und tho
girl Julia Clark wore arrested ittlhc housu
of Mr. l'uillips' on Walnut street. Miss
Clark obtained employment ns
seamstress witli Mrs. Phillip?
and Knight stated that ho was
furniture repairer in search of employ
ment. In his trimk wcro found a Smith's
patent haiul-dril), u pair ol nippers
chiiel, und two new falso keys. Knight
and tli u girl wcro lodged in tho count
jail, whero thoy will b held until tho ar
rival of thu chief of police of Cleveland
who lias tolcgruphcd for thu prisoners to
bo hold al all hazards. A reward of
$'J0O was offered for tho arrest of tho girl
Yesterday afternoon constable Gcorgo
Woldon, nrmcd with the proper docu
moots, proceeded to tlio houso of Charley
Oul instead, In tho bitrracks,to search fur a
lot of carpenter's tools, which it is alleged
Oulmstead had stolen. On 'arriving ut
tho uoute Weldun produced his search
warrant and signified his intention of
searching for tho stolen property. But
Oulmstead objected, and told him that he
would everlastingly blow his daylight
out if hi' attempted to "aarch" his cabin
at thu same limn aiming a double-barreled
shot-gun, loaded full up to thu muzzie, al
Woldon's head. Woldon, who Mippotcd
ho would havo no trouble in searching
tho IioiifO, failed to taku his pistol will
him. Thu situation of nU'alrs was nut ut
all pleasing to him, and hu concluded tho
best thii.g ho could do would he to pro
cure usslrtauce to mako tlio search
Shortly afterward Chief -Myers, and oill
cers Martin and Arnold went to tho
housu, when it was found that Oulmstead
had mado good use of his time mm got out o
thu way. lTp to a late hour last night ho
had not been arrested, nnd in ull proba
bility hois now beyond tho teach of thoolli
cers. Oulmstead is reported to bo a bud
(Hefore rlliAtinessv, t. M.)
Just think ol it I Suven poor devils bo
foro his honor vestorday, and out of tho
wholo caboodle, nary a red I If this slato
of nll'airs was not enough to disgust his
honor with police business in Cairo, what
John Windoll and William Rico,
counlo of trentlotnen nrrived In tho
city on Thursday ovouing, and before nluo
o'clock, found thomcselvos inmates of tlio
hotul do Mclliilo. Thoy,got drunk, and
fell Into tho hands of Helm. His honor
sent them back tu tho calubooso for u term
eight days each.
John Slmmonds. Pctor Brown.
Charles Stewart and WaUi Dickson, col jr
od boys, wero arrostcd for playing basu ball
within tlio limits or tho city, ills honor,
determined to lend his uesUtanco to break
ing up baso ball playing within tin city
limits, assessed a flno ol two dollars and
tho costs against each of tho nbovu named
lads. Having no money wherewith tho
liquidate, thoy woro sent to tho culabooiu
lor six dnvs oach.
To-day, lu point of teinperaturo, has
been thallrst really pleasant day wo havo
had this season and it boro on its fnco ovl
dances that moro will follow. A fow days
of elmllar woathor will show tho fruit
trees In blossom, which nro fully a month
lutor than thoy worb last spring.
Tho market has bcon modorately nctlvo
during tlio week. Wo quoto Flour un
changed with a light tock of Cholco
Grades on tlio market. Oats nro dull nnd
lower. Offerings of Southern Illinois
wero refused to-day nl 42c. Galena sells
nt 42c43c. Corn is fair with n good
supply of Mixed andbutlittlo White liny
is quliit, but firm at nn ndvatice. Rates of
Freight to New Orleans nro quoted by
bargo ut 27Jo f! hundred for Grain; Flour
00c; by steamboat, 30cC0o.
Tho market for Country Produco is fair
"Willi tlio approach of Easter, Eggs nro in
demand, but tho supply is equal.
Correspondents inus' bear in mind
that our Insidu figures represent prices in
round lots from first hands, nnd outsidu
figures prices for sales made in small lots
or on ordur.j
FLOUR. Tho market is quiet with n
light stock of good grades. Low grades
dull nnd unchanged. Sales were
800 bbls. Vurious Grades,
on orders SO OOfJASlO 00
100 Various Grille... 0 OOi
80 11 X X X Wir.tef
mo " xxx
OOU " Uhl's Triumph.
(to urrlvo), or. P. T.
CORN. Tho market rules ns
ported. Wo note sales of
20 cars Mixed, In bulk, on track...
1 " .Mixed nnd lellow, in
bulk, on track
C White, in bulk on track...
2 " Mixed, in sncks, on orders
1 " Willie, in bulk, del
9 " " in sncks "
OATS. Are quiet, irregular nnd lower.
2 cars Extrn Galena 44c
21 car, Galena in skucks del 42clHo
cam .nixeu in saeKS no: dl'c
II AY. Is in fair demi nd,nt an udvance
over last week's quotations. Choice is
scarce. Sales wero
5 cars l'rairio, del $13 00I5 00
3 ears Mixed " 20 OOfnVJl 00
" Timothy " 22 00
" Cholco Tilnothv del.... 22 00mT.' 00
0 " 11 Mixed 23 00
1 " Timothy Gilt Edire del 25 00
BUTTER.-Choico Butter in domnnd
nnd scarce, Common, plenty and dull.
5 pkgs Solid Packed 20c
2,000 lbs Choice Roll 20c22e
EGGS. Tho market Is good and .libcr-
nlly supplied. S'tlcs were
2,800 dozen 15c
POULTRY. Tlio supply is equal to
the demand. Roosters arc quoted nt
$2 50 1 dozen nnd Hens at $4 00. Sales
4 coops s.3 00m7i4 00
70 dozen 2 f)0?a,4 23
MEAL. Unchanged. Wo quote
500 bbls Steam Dried 2 t)5
600 " " " City
Mills 2 00fi 00
500 bbls Beeeher's Caloric on P. T
FRUIT. Quiot. Wo nolo sales of-
30 bbls Apples Jt 00
10 " ' Choice 0 00
POTATOES. Tlioro is very littlo doing
in Potalocs, nnd no change in quotations.
20 bils Largo Poach Blows... $3 00
PROVISIONS. Dull. Prices rulo as
last quoted. Snlos woro
1,000 lbs Bacon Shoulders, Cc
2.000 lbs Bacon Sides 8c
300 lbs Breakfast Bacot 9c
PORK Quiet, with a fall in quotations.
80 bbls Mess 12 35
Java Imperial Tea at BrNtnl & Stil
woll's. 3,4 tf
Try tlio Java Imperial Tea, at Bristol
& S'.ihvell's. 2-5-tf.
Go to Dr. MeGauloy for Rnttingor's Fi
vor Drops. Wurranted to euro tho chill
Fop, the best St. Louis lager in tlio
city, go to Blankouburg's Excelsior sa
Anyono wishing to supply him
self with n cholco saddle, harness or
work horse, can do so by applying ut El
liott & lln thorne's bout and ehou f-toro,
MO Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills.
March 10, 1872.
THE Ltrri.E KENTUCKtAN,
No. 53 Ohio levee, is the pi ice whero
they keep the frushe't flsl) nml gamo, und
the finest wine?, liquors und cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty
llvo cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Mrs. Anna L ing, on Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has just recoived a fine spring stock
of millinery goods, consisting of hats, bon
nets, ribbons, notions, otc, otc, to which
tho asks tho attontion of tho ladios of
Cairo. Mrs. Lang will take pleasure in
showing her goods to all who will favor
her with a call. 3-9-1 in,
Tho undersigned oilers for vent a com
modious storo room on Eighth street. Tho
houso is new and furnished comploto with
sholves, counters, gas, water and every
thing needed. Tho lacatlon is ono of the
best in tho city, and oilers u good oppor
tunity to a grocery or dry good man.
For particulars inqulro of
R. S. CUNIUKT,
Cor. ol Sixtli and Commercial.
Wo havo no hesltaton In recommend
ing William Killers, boot ami shoo maker
as worthy of most liberal palronago. W
know wheroforo wo speak when wo say
his work is bono in a masterly manner at
thu lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but
llio best of stock, nnd ho c.innot bo excell
ed in thu dollcato task of making nn ox
act fit. Give liltn n cnll at his shop on
Twentieth stroct, Uotwoon Washington
avo mi u and Poplar stroet, nearly opposlto
tho court houso, and wo will guarante
Tho choir of the Presbytorlnn chuich
under the direction of Prof. Owen, of St.
Louis, wlllglvonconccrtattho Athoneuin.
Thursdny ove., April 4lh.
Thoy will bo aslslcd by inmc of our
best homo talent, also by Mm. Owon, who
Is n slngnrof moro than ordinary merit.
JMiriuer notice will bo L'lveii concornlnc
tho aalo 0f tickets.
FOR SALE0R RENT,
A good Brick House, four rooms on first
floor, largo grounds (llvo full lots thu
Flora Gardnn), peach trees and grnpo
vines, good cisterns nnd out houses, for
ront or snlo at n bargain. Enquiry nt
Court Houso Bakery, of John Reks.
Wiro Window Screens,
Spongo and Hip Baths,
Chamber Paib, Brass nnd Enameled
Kotlliis, Brltatiia Ware, Colfee and Tea
Pots, Hair Wiro nnd a general assortment
of Stamped und Plain Tin AWo.
Last, but not least, Cu.nTErt Oak
Cooki.no Stoves, to bo had i,t low figures
at C. W. H kndeiwon'h.
3-27mld 190 Commercial Ave.
Pat Fitzgerald, of thu samplo rooms
has received tho appointment of agent for
tlio sale of tho Hammoudsport, N. Y., Ur-
bana Wlno Company's nines in this city
If tho botllo with which wo huvu been
favored Is n sample of tho quality of
theso wines, then wo aro prepared to say
that they aro among tho best wo havo ever
tasted. He has just received a largo con
slgnmcnt, which lie is prepared to sell at
tho lowest figures. Ho has also on hand n
largo and complete stock of tho various
brands oi Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, nnd wines of every variety.
Mr. Joseph Mendel has sold his grocery
store, nt tho coruor of Tenth street and
nshington avenue, to Mr. Joseph Brois.
Mr. B. has taken possession and will im
mediately stock tho concern with n full
and complete usicrtment oi the freshest
and clnicest groceries and provision,
which ho guarantees to sell at prices as
low ht can beobtuincd from any other estab
lishment in tho city. Ho solicits a share
of tho public palronago and promise) in
return prompt attention and cuurteom
treatment. 3-8 dim.
PARKER A II LA K K.
Parker & Blako havo added to their
well assorted Paint, Wull Paper nnd
Window Glass establishment a regular
painting businoM. They have engaged
-Mr. Carl L. Thomas, who has bocn In tho
pninting business in Cairo for tho last 10
years, to superintend tho painting and pa
per hanging department, and nil work en
trusted to him, or for whloh ho may con
tract, will be duly acknowledged by thorn,
and will bo executed with neatness and
dispatch. Sign writing, plain and fanry
tainting, paper hanging nnd decorations,
cal.omining, graining, glazing, etc., dono
at rcasonablo terms. 3-Otf.
HILLINO AT COST.
As I desiro to chungo my businoM,
will sell nil of my present flno stock of
Groceries, Canned Fruit, Tous, Colfee,
Spices, Confectionery, etc., etc., for tho
next tinny duy, at uu&r. This is no
humbug. I mean what I say. John
Tannor, cornor of Eleventh utreet and
Waghington aveuuo. 3-27mld
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
Hlenmer. Where from. Where lo
Tom Rces St. Louis Pittsburg.
Atlantic St. Louis.
City of Cairo. .St. Louis N. Orleans.
John Luiiiidun N-inhvillo.
Idluwild Kvnnsviile... Kvansville.
Great Republic.N. Urlen .St. Louis.
Illinois Columbus ...Columbus.
Friendship. ...St. Louis.
Ari'iigtuii Cincinnati. ...St. Louis.
CONDITION oF THE RIVERS.
IIIU MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied nl any time, both
day and niht, wild either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, ut thu yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts ollered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Ol.YPIIANT,
D. A. Hokkk, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly,
The rivor was declining slowly at this
port yesterday. Thu condition of tho ML
sUsippi hits been improved but little by
iho lalo rise, stoumcrs report only six feet
in tho channel. Things in the upper Ohio
remain about the same. The Cumberland
river has a fair boating atago at present.
Thoro is a good stage uf water in tho Ar
kansas rivor to Littlo Rock. Tlio Red riv
er Is still on tho rise, but nt a slow rate.
The river from horo down to tho Gulf has
been in a good condition ull this season,
and steamers havo boon enabled to leave
this port loaded as deup as thoy could
swim without fear of tho sand bars.
1IUS1NESS AND WEATHER.
Thoro was a fair amount of ahipping
dono on tho landing. Freight is still plun
ty with very good rules. Tho leveo is cov
erod with freight.
The fair and pleasant weather continues,
nnd it is certainly wolcome, for wo havn
havu hud enough winter.
a delightful day,
Tho City of Cairo cumo out with
loaded barge in tow nnd aftor transferring
tho freight, she received somo freight horo
and left yesterday to tuko 0,000 sucks corn
from tho river bank below.
Tho Atlantic und burgos and Tom Reos
nnd barges succeeded in getting off Pow
ers' Island and urrlvod at this port all
right. Tho Rccs had 3 barges iron ore
for tho Ohio rivor.
Tlio Evnnsvlllo packoti aro doing a
plcndld business At present. Each one of
them nrrlve hero with u full trip of re
shipping freight, and nre genornlly full
Tho Ohio river trade nboVo Evnnsvlllo
Is slowly diminishing, and In n few years
there will bo hardly enough business to
Justil n fuw Orleans packet going abovo
this port for n load,
Thu MarbloClly laid hero several hours,
taking on a largo lotofcodar poles that
was brought out by tho Nashville packet.
Tho ldlowlld enmo In with n splendid
trip of freight nnd pnscngers.
The John Lumsdon cleared for Nash
ville, with all tho rorn shu could carry.
Tho James Howard wns still hero last
evening at dark looslving freight.
Tho Arlington after n long absence
mado her appearance hero yesterday, rtho
will hereafter run ns it regular packet
butween Cincinnati and St. Louis. Shu Is
well adapted to tno trade.
A short time ago, jbst beforo tho tug
Caclio left Mound City, two menu littlo
under tho infiunncc uf liquor, engaged
passage, and while, ono of them wns slink
ing hands with a friend on tho wburf
boat the tug backed out, nnd thu fellows
forgot to let go each other, and one wns
pulled Into the river, but wns got out in n
duly sober condition.
City Xatlonnl Hunk nulldluir.
ft.pecUl attention paid lo orders Irom .Iran,
oat nmht or dav.liU
Maimiiauk Gl'Ide. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pagos. Price
CO cents. AdJrcss Dr. Butt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, .Mo.
See Advertisement. tf.
Delay Not. Convulsions, wind colic,
and griping in the bowels ot Infants causa
death. -Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup Is a tried
remedy. It costs only 2f cents.
3-27d it wlw
Fresh St. Louis lager bcur just received
at the Lxcclsiur saloon, r. Blankunburg,
proprietor. , tf.
IMPORTED Malaga grapes at Jorgcn
sou s, corner or iwentlelli street nnd
Washington avenue. II
Our Homo Advertisers.
FORWARDINO and COMMISSION
yt r.n ciian ti.
DEALERS IN FLOUR
And Agents of
Oil In Itlver nml Kiinnnlin
ro Ohio Lf.vek,
A. SUSAN KA,
And Dealer In Korean nnd Domestic,
WINES, LIQUORSAND CIGARS,
97 Ohio Lovcc,
Hdtwcet. Ninth anil Tenth Streeta,
' EL 1)0 It A ho
JOHN CIATI1N, I'roprlclor.
1(16 Ommcrcinl Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
nest brand of Callfe' liClgaraJust received,
BILLIARD saloon tur "'"hod '.'Jin'jl Uquori
tables; and bar aupplied wl "n"' "
auj cltjare of the tluest brauda.
Our Home Advertisers.
MUST NATIONAL BANK
IMNIIMi liUn II, Prealdenti
ItOIIKKT W. MII.LKK, Vice-President t
O. r-. IIIKIIlK.H,Cathler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
LIXCIIANilK, i.'Hln, bank notei and United
Vj Ulatoa rucuritiea boliuM and aold,
IlilereO Allowed in Time llenmtlu.
Clinrlered Mnreli at, laws.
CITY NATIOVAL BANK, CAIRO
A. H.SUTIUtl), Pr-Mdent I
H. S. TAYLOR, Vlce.l'remlent ;
Vf. II V.Sl.Ul', K.ivtetarT and Tieamrcr.
l W. llAKCLAV,
K. M. HtiKirl ,tK.
I'Al'L O. BCHtll,
W. I'. IlALiibAr,
K II. Ct
J. M. pKimrt
lleHMillM ol any Amount Iterelved Irani
Ten t'enl I'linnriU.
INTKKK.-1T paid on depnalle tithe rale ol all
pe-cenl. er annum, .March Intend Hpleu--r
Int. Inleret not Hillidrawn l ublcd Imme
diately to tie principal of Hie deponlli, thereby
k'vIuk them compound Interent
MARKUP WOMEN AND CHILDREN HAY
O THAT Q OXt lUI CA IT.
Open every bulne day from 'J a.m. to .1 p.m
and .Saturday eeninK lor HA VINO I)KIWJT
on'.). Irom 8 to & o'clock.
air.ntl W. llrHl.or. Treasurer.
W. P. IIAI.i.lDAY, President.
II K.N it Y L. MALI. I DAY, Vice-Preldtnf,
A. I1.S4AKFOIID. Caableri
WALTKK HYSLOP, Aillant Culner.
(. itaats TAttoa. HoaraT II. Ci.i'iaHiM,
llnav I.. Hailiuat, W. I'. IUiuvai,
lira. 1 1. WaiiAMiun, bTtrma lllab
A. II. Sat rciae.
Eaclianee. Coin ami llnlleil Nlnte
HomlH lluiiKlit huiI Nulil.
EPOSITS received, and
a neneral tnklsit
WIMM AND I.IUUOIIH.
liupurler wud Mholennlc Iuler In
TOBACCO Ac CIC3-A.T2.3.
AKi-nt for the beat brand of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Ale or lllllrreul It lutl-.
75 Ohio Levee,
0 CAIIIO. ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Dccrmon lo roiui TucaritTM
Iteclirrer nnd Wliolemile Healer lu
t'orelK" "nil ISomenlle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Onto Levee,
HKkeepaon hand constantly a full stock of
Old Kentwokv llourhnn, live and .Mononxa
.... . , ..... l.-...n..K Urjmlluy llnll.,..! flln
Hloneand Calilnrnlw Wlnea
COA L! COAL I COAL I
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
a o .A. Xj i
Commercial-ay., Foot of Eleveuth.st.
All Coal carefully weighed at tho yard on Fair
FULL WKIOHT WAHHANTKt), 4
Coal delivered on iho ahorleat notice in an)
part nl the cl,y, either by the half ton, ton or car
Leave order at the offce on Commercial. ay, at
the foot or Eleventh street. novlSd.tin.