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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1872.
TIMK TAIILK Of Til K ILLINOIS ,'fA''
T,n T ..,. "'MiSs:
ngiirne-ublo will govern"'""" 1
urof passinger trains 'c',,ri"
Kinacss ...... " 1
Cairo Mil St. IiOiilK Bhort Diwe.
No change of cnrs from Cairo lo M. I-0"1''
change o'eas from Cairo lo ,.
aggige checked lo nil import"1' i""" ;
CAino aou c,ry
tnil mike three trlpi 'I"11)'
I.FSVIM1 Mill KD (ITT
At ::w - '"
At 1:30 P '
. . I 1
Fare each way, an cents i i" ncKeii.
tt'mT.nf. J.h..illril, ntany g;od intcr.ne, late
n"ing:or passengers or freight. nov2lif.
KVANSVILLK AND OAIUO,
The fine sir amor
: . . ... ai.L.i. r ti rj
Ol'S KO W'LEIt - Master
Will lei" Cairo for Kvansvllle cvory Sunday anil
Thur'ir etouing", t a oVIouc, p.m. For
lu i''yrI5,,A K
The splendid steamer
J" AS. FISK,
Jor I'owlcr, Mutter.
... Cnra 'U'iY, Hlnliys excepted) it 4
m Kir irouhlor .isi.ti applt oitbonrdor
JAS MALI.OUY, Ag't.
iiiulierlaiiil Hlvcr 1'aclict"
KASHV1LLE. OLARKSV1LLE AND
The splendid simmer
TOM HAHMAN...Mnler ALF.X. HARD aerlf
Will leave Cilro every Saturday it 0 o'clock p.m.
forCluksvllle, ami Nashville. For Height or
tu..ce, Ply 00 ooard or to
NASHVILLE, CLAHKSVILLE AND
1 ho gallant learner
0W"tXWVI3-.ter JAS.P. JOHNSON-Clcrk
Will leave Ijuro every Thursday nt S o'clock p.m.
for Nashvilre, ITtrksvlllo hiiiI hII way poluta. For
freight or p.usige iipply on hoard or to
j.uiif. JAS. I11GGS, Ag't.
NASHVILLE, c'lAUKSVILLE AND
Tho good steamer
WIt.ET SIMM9....Ma.(or JNO. I!ARPi:n....Clerk
VliUUvie Cairo every Mutt, lay nt 5 o'clock, p.tn
'or Nhville, ami all way ports For freight or
pnmcr, apply on board r to
unJtf jas. maa.i, Agt.
FOR SALE, 1 For Sale r FOR SALE
I For Kale J
P0R SA LE. J Kors'ilie 1 FOR SALE
Pure from Liverpool,
Furo from Londonderry
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from Quebnstown
10 CAIRO, j :::::: : $1 8- 2 l
sulord, Morris A C
Liverpool cw.Tork ahd l'hlludf Iphu
HI COXtaACT Willi UNITED STATES, AND UI1IIII1I
For Carrying tne Malls.
FOll PASSAGE TICKETS
oi rcnTiiEB, ixroKMATlos
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aqt.
UliroaJway, New-York, ortu
II. II on pt,
Wuhington Avenue, Cairo. nois. 51
,m '"""lis Central Hull Komi Coiiintiy now
""'"I'Metheliillovclngilcscrihed lole In Fira
AdJiiioiiiolhK City ol Cairo, vixt
tot 27 block 20. Lot 24 block fi,
H " i '.7 " 62,
" " S', -iH " hi,
6 ' $1 1. 31 ii t
. 3 " ti, " Si " W.
M'''1' "l'Pl) '-o JAMES J0I!NO.t
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. IJ.
1 i11I,Ku!'l''-No- 21 Thirteeaih street, be.
Ottir r." "hmirion avenue ami Walnut htret t.
L e'J""iiiir. iiil avenue, up slairs.
W". DUNNING, M. D.
Km "hJif'B--,rner.Niiith and Walnut sts,
Omci ,t,r:'".l,r "'"th street and hlo lovee.
- '"Jl"-troii. 0 .,. to U in., and a p.m
lVi ,"MiM,jV'Jt N.nelienih street ami
ben over 11,5 W),il;,. lw.r .i,u,t Mn. Of.
in. 1.11U 6 V Til. 1
Iiuiirs In to 11
A L L.liN , M U L K. E V & YUVA
COONSELWRS AT .
John 11. Mulkey, V
tarPsrllcutar attention paid to river and d
OFFICK Over FirstNallonal Hank, Ohio I.evee
GHEKN & 01 LB BUT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Oreen, '
William H Gilbert,
Mile F. Gilbert,
BarSpeeia. attention glveu to Admualir
OFFICK OHIO LEVEE, KOOMH 7 ANIi 8
CITY NATIONAL UAXK.
UATOIIKLOH'S HAIR J)YH.
This auperbhalrdyeis the Irtsl In thorld
perfectly harmleai, reliable and Inslantsneoiis.
Nodlsappolutment. ThegMiuine W, A, Halche
lor'e Hlr Uyo produses Immediately a natural
black or brown, I'oes not stain the skin but
leaves the hair dean, sod and brkuliful. The
only fe end p'''c, 4lr ,1'- Bold by H driig.
Hia(a. Feclery, 16 Bond fit., N. V.
Dlt. J. C. SULLIVAN,
OFFICK-Ovcr M. J. McOaulct's ilriirf sinr'.
near corner Conmorchil annuo "'Vir
(Sncee 'o Jo'epl' .Vcndcl.)
All KlittK Country Produce,
Coll. 10TII STREET AND CoMMK&CtAL AVE.
nJiril" P"!himril ihn grocery Horn lately
owneil hy Mr. Joseph Memlel, will keel, lor
Jle n gfneral linn ol fnmlly firocerlcs ol the
clioieeM In tho market. To thorn ho may lavnr
rrifi with their patronage, I guarantee ai low
prleen, cnurieoiiH treatment unit prompt iitteii.
tloi; n ran he hail at any aimllar alnro in the
piiiiiie. " 8hnre 01 r,rtroni,K of
a'C"f' JOHKPIt nunsd.
Olllce nf Cairo City O.n Cnniiutny.
o, III,, Marcnwitlj, 1st.'.
Tne annual meeting of tho stockholders of tho
0lro City (Ian Company, lor tho election ol
diiectnra lor the enmilnayear, will he luld on the
tlr?t Monday In April, nt tho olllco of tho com.
puny In tho city of Cairo, nt 2 o'clock p.m.
:i-2M:. II. T, UKKOUI.I), Bei'y.
eilll.Mlil til.MllL' llliivnivii
CAIRO it VINCENNES 11, It. CO.
Jhe annual mecilng of Stockholder, ol Cairo
i Vlncennei. nillroad will ho held at tno odkoof
the compaay, in Cairn, Illinois, on Tuemlay, tho
M day ol April, for the purponn of electing 1)1-
rectors for th ensuing vear, und fjr any other
humneM oronorlo mine l.r, .....i.
x-ZT-iltn. A K. llUUNHIIlK. I're.ldent.
.. .r ' .."ft.
Notiee In hereby glen that on Monti iv. the
nth day of April, 187 J, nn election will l.o held
m iiioarau engine nousc, in townvnp 17 soiitli.
rJiigo 1 west, couiily of Alexander and stato ol I
Illinois, for tho purpose of electing ono school
Truslco for said township. The pulls will i,e
o enednt tlo'tlncktn tho fiirei.oon, and close at ft I
o'clock In the afternoon of the same day.
j. t. iirxxit, l
J.o. Wood, VSchool Trustees.
P. W. IlAHCHV.
Paled this 25th day of March, 1872.
Publication Ofllcc, Ilullctlo IlnlltlliiK,
Till! VAT CONTKIHUTOK AT THE AT II EX EUM
OX TUESDAY EVEXIXO.
Tho lovors of Jonny enko should not
fall to hoar tlio Fut Contributor locturo on
"Injun Meal," nt tho Athoncum, onTuos-
uay evening, April v;u. Hecuro your
rcsorved seats Monday and Tueeday.
d2t Lec. Com. Y. M. 0. A.
Rock boor will bo in order soon.
Tho season of picnics and May parties
is near nt hand.
dudgo M. C. Crawford, of Union
county, is in the city.
Remember that tho Fat Contributor
lectures nt tho ntheneum to-night.
Tho city has on hand a full supply ol
all kinds of sidownlk lumbvr. Tlio yard is
full of it.
It is said tho now custom house will
bo ready for occupation within the next
Thero was not 11 caso in tlio polico
court yesterday. Polico business is nlto
gethor played out.
It is announced that u mooting of the
liberal republicans of Cairo and vicinity
will bo held in this city somctimo soon.
Tho election yoslorday for school dl
rector uxcitod but littlo attention. Mr
John H. Pbillis was tlio only person votod
County Trcasuror Martin has begun
the erection of a new two story frnmo bouso,
on tho cito of his liouso recently destroyed
Tho various officers of tho city handed
in their monthly reports yesterday. They
woro presentod to tho council at Its meet
ing lust night.
Prosecuting Attorney, McCartney, is
in tho city attending court. Ho is as
hnndsomo ns ever, llu had sugar on his
boots when wo saw him.
Thero was a regular (1st and bkull
row, ot tlio old lusnioneu Kinu, iti an up
town saloon on Saturday night. Nobody
wns seriously hurt, however.
Tlio Sunday school convention at tho
Methodist church on Sunday afternoon
was addrcsied by Rev. II. 11. Thayer and
D, "NV. Munn. There was u good attend
ance. Tho criminal docket for tho present
term of tho circuit court is small com
pared with that of last torm. Tlicro will
not bo more than lifted! cases all told to
(Serould, superintendent of tho gus
works, says, that ho is now filling tho new
Uioldur, and that if tho gas for a few nights
"iM contain moro air than usual, tho de-
ll. iQUlt lin ..If rll.iitiul In tlltd Plllian.
M',h r ii......... nr.... .....ai.
1 . "lull, Ul DUBlllll, illoc, jin-ai'
urrivM. Cll' Company,
He. WlH l,r... ... ' "" "; "."(,
mil (.11.. o ,., ..,t
itockholdurs k. Ul "ti'if? of tho
lertluy. " """Vmy'. olllco yes
To-night, Uio ''Fi i.
.cturo on "lnlun m ,.,", T"""'r" will
... "i I., it...
unuer ine mitplces of
uurisiiuu Association. s., .i"
,i i .. . . I uiiti,.
dcutuuf Ward thu "1 at Conlribuw v..
of Ward thu "Fat Contributor" v..
hud no equal.
Theru is strong tall; oforgunUing a
military company in this city. Sumo
twenty-live persons have already ligni.
tied their willingness to become members
of it. The I'oinpnny, us we uiiduritund is
u homo organization for amusement
inoio tbuii anything else.
faliurltl lrvln arrived from Now Or
leans yuaterday inoruing. He left Capt.
Ilnmbletou und the rest of the party who
went down on the Forsytlm ut Now
Orleans. Tho Sheriff caino through
by rail in order to be in Culro at
commencement of tho circuit court.
Sunday being Eustcr, tho day wt
nerved as usual In tlio Clnircli of Uio Ro
dcomor nnd the Catliollu churches. In tho
fiornoon nt tlio former church tho exor
cises woro of a most lnlorostlng;clmraclor,
and woro participated In by a largo con
course of Sunday school chola.
Av"o nro Informed that tho liimds cm
ployed by Mr. Timothy lluotli, between
Cairo nnd Mound City, on the Cairo und
Vlnconnes railroad, struck for higher
wages yeslorduy. Mr. Houth hm been
paying $1.00 per day fur laborers. Tho
men demand $1.75 per duy. What will bo
tho result of tho strike, Is hnrd to toll.
Tlio dance to he held nt the St. Chnrles
on noxt Friday evening, will not, as here
tofore slated, ho under tho direction of the
'IVrpsl.chorean club, as that organization
has boon dofunel tiioso many weeks. A
number of young in on of tho city are tho
getters up of the coming dance, which
will bo independent of any and all clubs.
The scholars of the Parish school will
glvo an exhibition nt tho First (colored)
Missionary HaptUt church, on AVcdons
day ovciiiug, April lid. On tho evening of
tho 4th, nt tho samo placo, tho Aid society
will give a supper for tlio benefit of tho
church. Everybody Is invited to attend,
Hkv. T. J. SitoKK.s, Teacher.
Tho sidewalk on Fifth, between Wal
""ran i ntuunuui tivni
...I I i'...l... i... i. i. r .......i
tribulation to n numbor of young gentle-
"lc" "r H'o ity. At tho potolJlce, nov
I ..ii .. i ...... .I,., ..... i...n.... i. .. .i
. ' . . . " .u...s ...,
""00 wlnhllsmont on Conimeroiiil avenue,
wo have licard It proununocd u disgrace to
tho city. Ho patient, conlltmcn.lMcIIalo
,lll I... ., i,.i .!. .i .t.
..... i-.. inu
.lnltitlliliili.il tvnlls lt ....n.l n.l..M
' " fa""" ""
Tho ball of the St. Patrick's Hcnevo-
'ont socloty at School's hall last nisht was
well attended. Tho party assembled nt an
eurly m)Ur, Ictwoon mY'lit un.l nlnu
, . " , . . .
""-'K i.i.i.uiiccu unu was kujh
up until twolvo o clock, when supper was
served. After Slipper, which, by tho way,
was ono tlio best ever spread in Cairo.
., . , . . . .
""'"K reiumeu unu Kepi uji uniu n
late hour tills morning. Everything pass
ed off quietly, and tho occasion -was ono
long lo bo remembered by those who par
tlcipaled in it.
-Messrs. Elliott & Ilaytliorn have
received a largo lot of tho ''Eureka" shoes,
with tlio patent wira-lock stitch, which it
is said will not rip. TliU stitch being wiro
upon tho outside, cannot chnfo oil' ns tlio
old stitch docs. It will not rip, Is more
pliablo than any oilier scam, is smooth
upon tho inside as hand work, and there
foro makes tho shoo moro easy to tho foot,
while it has the nppearanco of two rows of
whito silk stitching. Tlmy uro wnrranted
to bo an excellent shoe, mado of tlio best
of material. Give thorn n triul. 3-31tf
Attention Is called to tho card of Dr,
J. 0. Sullivan, to bo found under tho head
of new advertisements in to-day's paper.
Dr. Sullivan lias In his possession letters
from J. M. Keller, M. D Prof. Precepts
and Practic of Surgery ; Jas. Ilalloway,
M. D., Prof. Chemical surgery ; C. W
Kolloy, Prof, of Anatomy, nnd L. Good'
man, Prof, of Obstetrics, all of tho fac
ulty of tho Louisvillo Medical
College, which is known to
bo ono of tho best entnblishmeut of
its kind in tho country. Dr. Sullivan is
well-known totliopeoplo of this commun
itv, nnd wo nro sure will receivo that
encouragement ho eo richly deserves.
Cairo, Illinois. April 1st, 1872.
Tho following is n tablo showing daily
and monthly mean of barometer nnd ther
momcterj monthly velocity of wind nnd
amount of rainfall, with tho prevailing
direction of the wind for tho month ot
Date. Mean dally ha- Mean Daily P.aln
barometer. thcrm'ter. fall.
March 1st ilD.lfi,r) 33.70 00
Jnd .10.132 3l.r0 00
3rd 30.003 43.75...... .02
" 1th 30 182 41.75 00
Mil 30.310 35.00 00
Cth.... JtO.300 40.25 00
7th 30.040 48.25 00
20.097 03.50 4T
14th 80.220 40.75..
Uth 30.110 30.50
ICth 30.125 41 00
17tl 30.128 37.50
" 18th 30.005 47.50
' 19th 30.337 45.50
11 20th 30.073 39.25
11 'Jlst 30.492 32.50
11 22nd 30.137 32.75
11 23rd 30.228 41.00
1 24th 30.128 63.00
1 1 25th 30.075 46.25
11 aoth 30.328 40.00
11 27tl 30.275 40.25
11 28th 30.095. .. . 52.00
11 20th 29.982 02.25
11 30th 29.088 02.75
11 31st 30.022 10.00
Monthlv mean barometer, 30.160
monthly mean thermometer, '.43.127; Total
rainfall, 2.02 ; prevailing winJ, cat of
north: total number of miles traveled
0,208; highest temperature, March 29th
74 ; lowest tempornturo, March 21st, 19,
Thomas L. "Watson,
Observer Signal Service U. S. A.
Wo liavo junt received a largo stock of
now iinprovcd Grovor & linker's sowiig
machines. Tliov stitch alike on both sides.
AVu will sell family and manufacturing
machines, with the privilege of paying by
monthly installments, giving tho purchas
ersuliolco betwicn lock-stlleh and Grovor
& Raker's elastic stitch. Remember wo
lonrn vou to run nil machines bought of
.". . . 1 ... 1 1 .
tS. WO niSO Keep Oil mum aiming
Ltnn nHiiehmiints. needles, sill;. DC bt
I " '
1 snortn oil In botlUs. or vou can bring your
I uvlm i,.ii u,l li,.,. it llllml
I (JM1 linltln utul IlllVII It tilled.
' aaaitlon to our sowing machine do
partmetit, vi j muoliino cmbroidury
uress umi ..,,,, ,.....! ,,,
-.. IIIUKHI, PIIIIIIIUII5 "
"Itbcr brablluK r embrolderv. and nil
uono. wltli block staiims a 11 1 r
,. sianip. All orilurs from
C y "r.C"l"y wl "c.l ournromnt
"""" ' A !'"" wl.hlng anythi nc
In our lino are re.pectfny requt u i Su
give us .1 call and tee .uniplJor k
189 AVashington aveiitio, between Kloventh
and Twelfth streets. Postumce. mx 228
3 13 1 111. II. F. Uc.oi.vIk.
Delay Nor. Convulsions, wind eollo
and griping In tlio bowels ol Infants cause,
death, Mrs. AVhltcomb's Syrup Is a tried
remedy. It costs only 25 cent"
FOR SALE Oil KENT,
A good llrick Houso, four rooms oh ilrst
floor, largo grounds (flvo full lots tlio
Plorn Garden), pencil trees and grnpo
vines, good clstorns nnd out houses, for
rent or said ttt n bargain. Enqtilr-3 'at
Court Houso Uakcry, of John Re km.
Tho choir of tho Presbyterian church
under tho direction of Prof. Owen, of St.
Louis, will glvo a concert at tho Athciieutii,
Thursday eve., April 4lh.
Tlior will bo assisted by some of our
best homo talent, also by Mrs. Owen, who
is n blngorof morotliun ordinary merit.
Further notice will be given concerning
tho sale of tickets.
NOTICE W REMOVAL.
Having removed my boot and shoo shop
to tho north sido of Eighth street, between
Commercial nvcnuo nnd Ohio lovee, oppo-
slto my old stand," I invito nil my cu
tumors to call on mo in my new quarters,
where I shall keep on hand and manufac
ture nil kinds of cuftotn-tnndo boots nnd
shoes, nnd ,'guaranleo In tlio future, ns 1
havo dono in tho past, to give good work,
good stock, good (Its nnd perfect satisfac
tion. PHILLIP IlAtidll.
Java iMi'BttiAi, Tea ut Hristol & Stll-
Try the Java Imperial Tea, at Bristol
& StllwoH's. 2-5-tf.
Go to Dr. MeGauloy for Rattinger,' Fe
ver Drops. Wurranted to euro tiiB chill.
Fort the best St. LonU lager in tlio
city, go to Illatikenburg's Excelsior sa
Anyone wishing to supply him
self witli n choice saddl, harness -or
work horse, can do so by applying nt El
liott & llaythorne's boot and shoe store,
110 Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills.
March 10, 1872.
THE LITTLE KEXTUCKIAX,
No. 53 Ohio lovee, is the place whero
they keep the freshest fish arid game, and
the finest wine, liquors und cigars, to bo
found In the citv. Dinner only twenty
flvo cents. Open day and night, at nil
hours. J. h. Paiik. Proprietor.
Mrs. Anna L-tng, on Eighth street bc
tween "Washington and Commercial nvo
nucs, lias just received a fine spring stock
of millinery goods, consisting of hats, bon
net), ribbons, notions, etc., etc., to which
sho asks the attention of tlio ladles of
Cairo. Mrs. Lang will take pleasuro in
showing her goods to all who will favor
bur with n call. 3-0-1 in.
sl I.I.I NO AT COST.
As I desiro to chnngo my business,
will sell all of my present flno stock of
GitocKitiEs, Canned Fruit, Teas, Coffees,
Spices, Confectionery, etc., etc., for tho
next thirty days, AT COST. This is no
humbug. I mean what I say.
3-27mld. . Johx Tanner,
Cor. of Eleventh tt.nnd Washington nv
Tlio undersigned otfers for rent a com
modlous store room on Eighth street. Tlio
house is now nnd furnished comploto with
shelves, counters, gas, water and every
thine needed. Tlio lac.itlon Is ono of tho
best in tlio city, and offers n good oppor
tunity to n grocery or dry goods man
For particulars inquire, of
R. S. Ccnhifk,
Cor. ol Sixth and Commercial.
"We havo no hositnton in recommend
Ing "William Ehlcrs, boot und shoo maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. We
now wherefore wo speak when wo say
his work Is bono In a masterly manner at
tho lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but
the best of stock, nnd he cannot bo excell
ed in tho delicate task of making un ex
act fit. Glvo him a call at his shop on
Twentieth street, between "Washington
nvcnuo und Poplar street, nearly opposite
the court houso, nnd we will guarantee
PARKER A 11LAKK.
Parker & Hluko havo added to thoir
well nssorted Paint, AVull Paper and
Window Glass establishment a regular
painting business. They havo engaged
Mr. Curl L. Thomas, who has been in tho
painting business in Cairo for tho lust 10
years, to superintend the painting anil pa
pur hanging department, und till work en
trusted to him, or for which ho may con
tract, will bo duly acknowledged by thorn,
und will ho executed with nuiitness und
dispatch. Sign writing, plain and fancy
painting, paper hanging nnd decorations,
cahoiiiliiing, graining, glazing, etc., dono
at reiitoniiblo terms. 3 Olf,
Wiro Window Screens,
Sponge and Hip Haths,
Chamber Pails, Brass nnd Enumolcd
Kettles, Hrltanlu Ware, Cotl'eo and Tea
Pots, Hair Wiro and a general assortment
of Stamped und Plain Tin AVuro.
Lust, but not lenst, Charter Oak
Cookimi Stoves, to bo hud ut low figures
at C. AV. Henderson's,
3-27mld 190 Cmiimorclal Ave.
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho sample rooms
has rocoived the appointment of ugent for
tho sale of thu llumiiiondsport, N. V., Ur-
buuu Wlnu Ci.iiipauy's wines in this city
If tlio bottlo with which wo havo been
favored it n samplo of tho quality of
these winos, then wo nro propared to say
that thoy nro among tlio host we linvo over
tinted. Ho has Just recoived a largo con-
slgnmnnt, which ho is prepared to soil at
tne lowest figure!, llo has also on hand a
''""Ko und complete stock of tho various
brand, r uisti, Scotch and American
whiskies, and we, 0f OTor. variety.
AltHIVi:I AND DEPARTED.
Hleamer. Where from. Where to
Fotitoiiello Memphis St. Louis
Robt. Hums... Memphis Cincinnati.
Tallsmai Nashville Nnshvlllo.
Ilutosvlllo CInclniinll....Lltllo Rock.
Exchange St. Louis Pittsburg.
Jno. Rylo N. Orleans... St.Loltls.
Ark Hello Kvaiisvlllo...Evansvlllo.
St. Joseph St. Louis Memphis.
Grand Tower.. .Memphis. ...St. Louis.
Julia Vlckshurg....St. Louis.
Richmond N. Orleans. ..St. Louis.
II. St. Loult.,.St. L'Mils Vlcksburg.
N. W. C...
Jim Fisk Jr,
Illinois.. Coin mhos.
Tom Jaspor...St. Louis...
inn muddv coal.
Steamboats supplied nt any tlmo, both
day nnd night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, und on usual
terms, nt tho yard at Grand Towor, Ills
Special contracts' olfered on favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. Olvpiiaxt,
D. A. Hokee, Gei.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-16-ly.
CONDITION OP THE RIVERS.
Tho Ohio ut this port is rising again,
which Is thought to bo out of Cumberland.
l'ho rlso yesterday wns about 8 Inches,
At Pittsburg tlio rise continues und coal
is expected to stnrt in n Sow duys. At
Cincinnati the river is rising slowly but is
on a stand nt Louisville. Tho rio in the
Mississippi has placed in tho channel
eight feet of water and prospects good for
more. Jucket Pattern is reported as the
sbonlest place. At Keokuk tlio river is
swelling rapidly. At Shroveport the
river is still risln:;. Plenty of water from
1ICSINKS- and Weather
Yesterday was a very busy day on the
lnniliiiL', nnd boats were receiving nil
Thero is plcntvof freight
I M I
April came in calm und pleasant. The
sun hholio clear and bright nil duy, and
tho nttnophero was delightful.
Tho Einilie La Barge from her triungu
lar trip to Shroveport passed up with one
of her chimneys in a grcclun bend pus I
The Nick Longworth had a model barge
in tow loaded with coal which sho will
burn on tlio trip.
Tho Raven started for St. Louis with
three barges of salt. She has just returned
from Naslivlllo whero sho took u tow.
Tho Arkunsas Hello and Idlewild woro
both behind time which detention was
caused by big trips und bad weather.
The Talisman camo in from Nuslivillo
with a very light trip. She returned Inst
evening with considerable corn on board
The Tom Jasper had nearly all tho
freight sho could carry ,when sho arrived,
and tilled out her trip here.
Tho Commonwenlth hnd a splendid
trip when sho departed yesterday ove-
Tho tow boat N. "W. C. has n barca con
taining 9,000 bushols of coal loaded for
the Miss. V. T. Co. fust on the bottom of
After n long sojourn in Now Orleans
the steamer Richmond touched this port
on her way to St. Louis, with a fair lot
of fro'ght and some people.
Tho John Kyle catno up rather light
handed. She left Columbus flvo minutes
ahead of tho trunsct Illinois, und hold her
own until sho reached this port. Hillio
Brown says, ho lost n bet, for ho was so
confident that the Illinois would give them
stern water to Cairo, that ho had the
courage to risk fifty cents, and says that
now ho sees tho folly of belting against
Ids own boat.
The littlo stern-wheel, Fontcnelio, and
Robort Hums, had it nip and tuck, from
Columbus to the port, and this Fontcnelle
camo in nhoud a few lenghts
Mr. Gorman AV. Miller, receiving clork
on J. M.Phillips' wharfbOKt, left Sunday
evening for Cincinnati, on the Robert
Hums, whero ho will spend u
Tho Crescent City leaves to-day with
4 londod barges. Sho will get 5 barges
of staves below hero, which will miiko 10
barges including hor full barges
The St. Joseph arrived ut 2 ii.tn. yistor
day with her guards on the water. Her
arrival at that late hour was unlookcd for
for tho night was vory dark and tho river
rather bad. Her pilots nro Douglas and
Smith and considerabio praise is duo them
Her clerk, O'llowitt was con fined to his
room by u severe spell of sickness which
overtook him on tho way down
Tlio Hatesvillo just off the docks at
Cincinnati passed by for Arkansas river
with all sho could carry.
Tho Frank Forest with a bargo In tow
departed (or Momphis loaded with miscel
The Belle St. LonU loaded Sunday night
at Commerce und enmu out yestorduy
bringing a good trip. Slip udded consider
City .iitlounl II1111U II11II1II111;.
Hpeulal attention paid to orders Irom Menu
oats nigh t or dav.'fio
T. H. Ellis, proprietor, cornor 7th street
and Cointnurciul avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared lo accommodate tho public with
board by tlio day, week or mouth, at lower
rates than any other first-class liouso In
tho city. Tho rooms are all woll fur
nlshod, light ami airy, good samplo rooms
for the accommodation of Commorcial
agents, Tlio houso is located In tho cen-
terof tho business part of tho city within
ono squnro of tho post ofllco.
I 11 lirtllTISli II .. I .. .... I.., n I -.vs.-n
r.u ,wb Brr.,.Ua s 'K
ton s, corner of Twentieth street und
" bvi. niuunu. .1
BURNETT & CO,
CABIt PRICE PAID
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth street, are propared to pay tho high
est cash price for articles In their lino, ns '
Prlmo Mink $1.75 to 2.25
' Kftnnnnn r.O.. nn.
v.. .. . ,,..,, uw fcu
Musk Rut ,.. lo to 15
"Wild Cnt 40 to 60
Opossum lo to 12
Hcuver Skins 5.00 to 7.00
Green Salt, u t0 10t
Green Sail, kip nnd calf. VI to 14c
Deer Mk'ltis '26 to 35o
For other articles, such ns rags, feath
ers, bees wax, wool and tnltow, wo .vlll day
tho highest market prices.
IlURXETT & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
Just received at Hristol Si Stllwell's
canned Harlctt Pcars,Apricots,nnd Muscat
Grapes. Alio n full assortment of best
brands of other canned goods. No. 82
Eight street. 3-4-tf.
Mariiiaoe Guide. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 22 1 pages, l'ricu
50 conts. Address Dr. Hutt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
en Advertisement. If.
Kremi St. Louis lager beer Just received
at tho Excelsior saloon. F. Hlunkenburg,
St. Louis Advertisements.
"i ll 66 KF OH T HE mTl L I O 57
A Private Counselni
lo the Married or
thiise aboulto in.rr)
on the iiti)aioloiH'H
mvsimesnud revelations of the sexual avslerr
v tli the Islestiliscoteries In producing and pre-
""spring, presrvimi : ineempiexioM,4e.
I'iiU l hii lnl.rhtln? unrk nf tun hundred anil
iwi uty Irur pagea, wita numerous engnvingi,
im contains vaiuame iniormauon lor inosewuc
ire married or contemplate insrrluu
atlll it laa
oiik 1 .1st iiiabt 10 t under lock aud key
r. and nol
11 1 carelsly about the bouse.
eni to any one (iree 01 itfistsye) lorou ceni
Address Dr. Hulls' Ilispeuaary, No, It,
Kigbtb street, Ul. Louis, Mo.
notice to the Afflicted atnd Unfortunate.
Itetjre applying to the notorious (Juacks ho
sdverilse iu tne public papers or using any Vjuack
remedies, peruse Dr. Hulls' work, no mutter
l""r ,ll""u" or ,",w s'V,umjut cjd-
Dr. Ilutts can be consulted, rersonatlv or at
mall, on the iliK.es mentioned in his works,
olttee. No. W N. Kighth street, bet. Market and
Cbesltint St liuis Mo. ravvdwl
LOOK TO YOUH CHILD HKN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY
I Tit) 31
I Cures colic and Krlplng t Price.
11 111 1 itjjairn 1 in ine ixiwei", ami ia. .
cihtatea ttie proceva of fCeata
Mrs. friulsluea convulsldna t I'rler
u leetnina j
WlllTL'OIIU'K 1 andjvercomea alldl
Sjrrnp. leases incident to In-lleata.
V fails ami children. I
Mrs. ( Cures diarrhea, dlsen. t I'rlfC
IVIIlTtOMU'S I tery and summer com- I th
Sjr-.p. plamtm children ot all I leati.
V g"s. )
His the Oresi Infant's and Children's Hoolhlnx
teme y in all disorders brought on by Teething
or any other cause, prepared nv tlie
I til AT "is .-tir.i'iiic tJ,, Ol. liOUlB, su,
I Old or Druggists and dealers in Mediein
St. Louis Advertisements.
Met'OItSIICK A LYOX, ABent.
REVOLVING ROAD SCRAPER.
MAitRS OSK DOLLAR PKH DAY CI.KAH
protit on eai'h scraper (over any other scraper
now in uei lo the contractors using them. Five
thousand no in us prove Its merits.
DOTY. WATSON A CO.,
3-27dDn, Kli ti. Mum St., Hi. IaiuIs, Mo.
JOHN II. CANNON A CO.,
Hueresors to K
(i. TUITLF.A Co,
no? X. Fourth Nlreet,
Cor. St. Charles, ST. LOUIS.
Hneelalattenllonitiven orders, loand sitlsfaC'
lion gurranteed. 2 ll.d.'m
COLLINS & IIOLLIDAY
HIS C'AKH NT., ST. I.OIUN.
uixiTArTi'ktas or iisiiunauv add i-uhtablk
STKAM KNGINKS AND ROILKRS
MIJLAY ANDClltCULAIl SAW MILLS,
Haw ami firist Mill Machllieiy, Hulling Mill nnd
Hint Furnace Castings, Wioughl tjlmfllug and
llnit-n Work, 1'srker's and John.tun'a
Water Wheels, Tobacco and Ijird
Press Kerens, Lard Kettles, Iron
and Ilrass Castings if etery description;
also, Quarii Mills and Hmeltiug Furnaces ol mos .
nave pnrcnareii an tne wncei ami ruiiev I'al.
terns of Oat), McCuueA Co,
ARK YOU GOING WEST?
Ifsn, take our advice nnd liurohase your ticket.
over t ii old reliable and nonular Missousi Pa.
cine ItAiiBinn, which is positively the only line
running three daily express trains from Hi. Louis
to Kansas City and tlio west I and is positively
tint only line ahli'li runs Pullmm unlive sleenors
aud line day coaches, (especially for movers)
eqtllppeu wun tuner s nueiy eiauorm, ami the
puteul ateam brake, From Hi. Louis to Kansas
Oltj, Ft. -colt, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchi
son. 81. Joseph, Nebrsskn City. Council llluils
am1 Oiuiibn uiilumt change I For informatlen in
regaru 10 time tuuies, intes, ao., to nny poiui m
Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Coloindo, Texas.and
Culiforiila, call upon or address H. II, Thompaen,
agent, Miasourl I'liclnu It. It. Columbus. Ohio ; or,
h. A. Ford, t.eneral t-assenger iigeui, m, imiiii.
Mo, ,, . ,
No troiinle to answer qiie.iinns. j-u-wiy,
AGENTS AY ANTE I)
For an entirely new anil facicallng work ol unu
THE HOME OF GOD'S PEOPLE
The grandest ami moat papular book out, now
selling l ister than any other three books com-
blned. Nearly 300 biiperl. Kngravlngs. oe
clTance to make money ever otlerejl. f"f
Agcm wanieu 111 eveiy lowuBiiir;. 7,",rip eo,
circuWrs with terina ""Si",''kLoS i CO.
endorsemeiita, eic. F. A. HUIC1I NbOIt
I --iXl-o publisher ol the ,.,V .uVoaisii
6W North 8ixU..treet.bt. lou..,. --I.lv,fBWiD
PoLToFA-ar '(.,wVflceBt .nKrvmgr)
Our Homo Advortiscrs.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or oa 1 me.
DANIEL HUItD, Presldail
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vlce-Preeldeat j
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
LtXCIIANGB, celn. bank aolea an United
Pi Htatea tecurltlee bought ana aold.
Intercut Allowed on Tla. DepiaajlU.
I'barUressI Mnrcb II, 1MI.
CITY NATIONAL' RANK, CAIRO
A. B. mFFOUI), President!
K. 8. TA YLDR, Vice. President
W. IIYSI.UP, Hecretarr md Tieaaurtr.
P. W. llAICLAT,
K. M, Hvocinttii,
K II. Cussisgasn,
W. I', lUlLiDar,
J. M. PaiLLirt.
DepoalU ol any Amount Received I roan
Ten Cent Upward.
I.NTKKF.HT paid on depa.ils at the rateol aix
percent, er aanum, March Island fvpleii,
oer 1st. Interest nol withdrawn la Mlded linmt
diately to He pnncipsl uf the deixisita, there by
KlTing Ihem compound Interest
MARHIKD WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
BO THAT NO OS 1LSI via (11 IT.
Open every bualDesa day from a.m. to 3 p.m.,
nd Saturday evening lor HAVING DEPOSITS
oolj, from (ma o'clock.
auaotl W, II YHLol', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. 1IA1.1.IDAT, President;
IIKNRT L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President ;
A. H. MA FFORI). Cashier i
WALTKfc UYbLOP. AielaUmt Caebier.
H, Ivaavb TsvLoa. xottiv II. Cossisai,
llisat I.. UaLiieav, w. f, iiaiiidav,
liao. D. WiLLUUsga, brarats Kibd
A. H. HarroaD.
Caclaaaiaio, Cola and halted Ntalee
Boeida Bou(ht and Mold.
DEPOSITS received, and a general banking
WINK AND l.mi)ORN.
Importer aad Hkoleoale Dealer la
Agent for tbe beat brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Alea of DleTcreat Ulada.
75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
P. M. STOCKFLE'Jjl,
ti'cctaaoa vo rouLi a srucxriivii sj
Keclirer anil Wholesale Dealer In
Korclajn and Doiueelle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Ohio Levee,
HE keeps on hand constantly full aloek of
Old Kentucky lloiirbon, Rye and Mononga
hela Whiskies, Freneh Hrandlea, llollaud Oiii,
Rblneand iJalllornla Wines in.MH
(IiiOIC.C'OBUKX at DO., Ag'te.
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC
Nos. 713,717, 7107111 Indiana Avenue,
(Near FourteentU alreot),
UOUART, DAVBLLE & CO., PROP'RS.
y ..Wholesale Trade only solicited.
LIST OF FACTORY I'RICFJ :
p.ne Cut Chewing, Fine Cut Smoking,
Jit Chivtlng, , , A and V Hmokini,
i".. Home Chewing. Pacific Hmoiiiiir.
Wild Roaetlhewing, Allantio Hmoking,
palace Hall Chewing,
Old Krln Hmoking.
YlH iSKERS.i..r.P4 ttsa-'&x
will lorco the beard Ui grow thick and heavi on
the smoothest lace (without injury) in 21 d .vs.
or raonev refunded M cents a package. postDa' d
or a for fifty cents. r p-npam,
s u EDOAR JONE8 CO., AshUad, Hut,