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1 TAULK OF TKK ILLINOIS CSNTRAL K. R.
'flat And lbrHniiu. Mao lith Ittt. It. fallow
i'0-M "111 ofn the arrival and dopart-
thimoi fMKBKr trlna nt Cairo t
C,rt-MU ttln,dlj... ......... 4ifX).m
rftrfc Kxprcas, dilr.,.... 2.-Mp.m,
lianiM Mull, dlljr........... 3;5 a.m.
ihmoiii 1.11 p.m
l Xauro ftml Bt. I.oulu Bhorl LlaP.
"ran--.. 12-30 a.m.
th o ertB o( ciua from Cairo to Bt. I.ouU. Mo
MiWMt (iVn from Cairo to Chicago. Klcnl
' tloo'n sleeping eira on night trains,
lllinrjttg checked to nil important polnta.
"o'el CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three Irlpa daily.
' 7. ....m.. ...... ...a,m.
UA 4 30 p.m.
IIIV1MI MOt so cut
At S I.W... ...., .....a.ni .
At li30 p m.
At ft ..p,lti
rKIDfKIl aj. v ' 1 t ill, i ut.i-in iui w.
'III loot , wli.ii hilled, at nnv good Intermediate
i.lmglor pa.engeraur freight. novJttf.
. 1. . ...... a 1 1 . 1 . - . ... . ... ...
KVANSVILLE AND CAIRO,
JUS F0WI.ER..... Mn-ter
AMI leave Cairo for Kt-an. villa every Hunday a -id
vctnuraa-ay evening., ai o ocuoi, p. in
peraignior ptttage, apply on ixiaru or in
el JAS.IIUIIIS, A c'
CAIRO AND PADUUA.V
r MAIL H4I.1T.
The splendid .teamer
aes Oilro 'VlfiV, in I tr eicepted) at 4
m. Fr Irouiilor imii npnlyoii hoar dor
)an3tf JAS MAI.1.0UV, Ag't.
, i". -
. uinbprlnntl Itlver I'ltckpt.
NASHVILLK, CLARKSVILLK AND
The plendtd ttrtmer
T Y 11 0 K E ,
TOM IIAKMAN...M.ter Af.K.V. HAKn....aerk
Will leave C Iro ever) batuMay at .So clock p.m.
forCUikaville, and .Nashville. For freight or
par.aze, ap-iy on oonra or 10
FJn3 ,f ' ' JAS. IHOOfl, Agt.
NAfiiHVlLLE, CLAItKSVIIiLK AND
The ga'.lant ateamer
0"WhS DVl9...Maiter JAS.P. JOtlNSON-.CIerk
Will leave Cairo every Thur.day at 6 o'clock p.m.
for Nashville, CI irk.ttlle and all way poiuW. Kor
freight or pa. tags apply on txiard or lo
Jairiif. JAS. IllCCiS, Ag't.
nTsuvYlle! "6"laYcsv;VllVV ad
Tim good ateamer
Wll.ErSIMM'...Maiter J.N'O. IlAlll'Ei....Clerk
Will leive Cairo every Mondny at S o'clock, p.m
or INahvllle, and all way porta For freight or
pa.n.ge, apply on board r to
in J tf
JAS. IlKIQ.-i, Agt.
FOR SALE, ) For Rate i FOR SALE,
I Fer S1p 1 '
"OR SALE. J fSJIoIfOU SAliR.
Faro from Liverpooi
Faro from Londonderry
Faro from GLA800W,
Faro from Qukknbtown
CAIRO, :::::::: $ 1 8-
4at!ord, Morna & Cn
Liverpool .New.roik nhd I'lilladf Iphla
ota iovTEcr wmt i-mtcd ihti. axn aairita
iuvr.axiVTi For Carrying tti Mail..
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oe rvatnia ivotion
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE,
10 BroadwHf , Kew.York, or to
II. II o up l,
Washington Avenue, Cairn. mux.
DR. .1. C. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Oter M. J. McOnilej'n drug More
nearcorner Co nuiercial hyiiiiib unit I'lsh
teenth .(reel. ..Htf
WILLIAM R. SMITH, tf, D.
I3ESIDENUK No. '.'I Thirti.nih .lr..i h,
XV Iweeq Whi. Illusion atenue and Walnut alret t,
u i onniiproiMi aipnue. up atairn.
C. W. DUNNING. M. I).
RE3IDK.VCi:-oorner.Niitli aud Walnut .In.
'J'Uen coiner sixth alreel and Mhln levee.
a,.-, ,.,, ,0 ,j y (,
II. WARDNER, SI. D.
REsIDF.SCF. Corner Mnrtcentli Mrect and
wa.niiigton avenue, ner court hou.e, Of.
yo.iottice. o;.;p h.iiir.-l to ii'
.. . J.iiiwii.
ALItEN, MULK.BV k WUBELKU
William J. Allen. 1
John H. Muikey. V C.VlltO. IM.INOIH.
arptrticular atlentlou paid to riter and ad.
mirally buainesa. '
OFFICE Over VitMNnal Ilauk, Ohio I.evpe.
GREEN & GILBERT,
n imam n. ureen, i
Wlllum B Uilherl, 'r
Stilea F. GllUert,
"n'"" KlTeii to Adiniialty and
ornci oiiio lkveb, rooms 7 and 8 ovkr
. CTT NATIONAL BAKK.
BATCH ELOJt'S HAIRUveT
..... -peioi.airdyel.th.h.ai in Ih.worll-
nu.; a;'m""' nd Inalantmeoua.
.Bly '.a p.,,r ftdT:nt;.b r.un iT"
TO TAX PAYERS.
City Collector orflce, 1
Cairo. 111... Annl 6. f
holloo I. hprpbv Bit rn. that l.w havtni. W.en
pjaaedby the legflature providing lor the rule
nf real ctt for delinquent Inn, I will on the
. i P'"i a ii. int. proceed to makeouv
inr irnuiiiTiiv ii.i, ami aner mat uaie coaia will
uo naueu 10 anui taxpa,
J tij JOSEPH U. TAYLOR, Clly Collector
Olflce of Committee on Street., 1
t'mrn. ill... Jtnrll 4. 1173. f
Healed liroon.ala will lp i-ppplt.,,1 nt flip l!ll
Clerk's ottce, addre..eil to tho committee in
street, until Saturday, tli nih lnl., for hiiiMing
n npiirnnoh acio.i tho crosi Ipire whrroit IP In
pr.pctl tit Ihp pltcit.lon or Svrflmnri. Htrp.t.
This work will rfnulrf lh moving o' nliout l.ooo
ciil.ic j nnl. ofp tth.and the mnierixl enn be obt.ilr.
e1 in n rout tiuent location neiir at hnnd, out.M.
of paid leife. Mmilar proposal, will lo be ro
relfecl In Die Kaine wnv lur wlilenlnir the rn.,1
throxn hpon Washington n?enue, exlemled in
niedlalrlr aouth of the cm., levpe, ami fll'ing
iui: niM'i.inuii iii iii. hiph on camonvrniie, inune
0 RlalV 1101th tlf KQlil llt.i Tlil.ttnrt t. Ill in
nulre the removal ul about lno cmiWc jrd of
.ii, niMi, van iW iirouurvti ill n eonicnieni m
Cation Olltlt IP Of tl.n Ipvpi-
t'ropo.ala will alto be recelted to widen Ihe
road now thiown up on Waahinzton avenue be
twepn 30th nnd 32nd alreel.. TIim work will rr.
qiitie thw removal of ahom 2'i cubic yard" ol
enrth, whiehuill hat p to ho brought from olil.l i
vi hip irTcra
lly order of committee on sited., the iint be
Ing tp.ertPd to reject nnyor ml bid.,
WITTl DTTTT Wmr
PulillcAtlan OfHcr, Ilullrlla Untitling,
Try tlm .Ihvi I inpiTlnl Ti!i,nl Hrintol
& StlltvcD'n. 'J.5.lf
Tno IVcsbytoriun oliuroli is now the
handsomest ehiirch intermillv In the
The Ohio river is rising at tho rato ol
ono foot per day. The Miseis-ippi N tho
County Court adjourned Wednesday
ovnlng. fjeo procc!(llngs '.n another
llii.lncs on tho Inndlng was inactive
yestorday. Freights aro plenty and (on
Mr. C. It. Woodward is nbtent from
tho city, on a buthiess visit to Metropolis
Tlicro will boa joint meeting of tho
two board of thn city council at tho coun
cil chamber to-night.
WliHt has becomu of tho Jlltic levco
luminary? Has our noighbor gone back
us? His llttlo 'Sun' failed to come to
hand last night.
Young Sullivan, who was on trial
in tho circuit court Wednesday on a
charge of robbery, was let oil' by tho pay
ment of n small lino.
Tho little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Cuminings, whoso sad death wns reported
in ThkHulletin yesterday morning, was
interred at Villa Ridge yoJterduy.
Tho small pox excitement is abating.
Wo hear of no new cases, and Uko it for
granted that the loatheomo dlsoaso Is on its
Inst legs in this vicinity. We hopo so.
Mr. L. O. Harris, of tho Woolworth
hnndlo factory, Mound City,; was in
town yestorday. Of cou rso ho could not
leavo tho city without first visiting Tins
The. third quarterly meeting for this
charge, will begin nt the M. E. Church
to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock. Sacra
ment uf tho Lord's Supper will bo ad
ministorcJ Sabbath morning. Rov. "W.
J. Grunt will bo present and conduct tho
At tho mealing of tho stockholders, of
the Cairo city gas company, held at tho
olllce of the company on Wodnosdav, 3d
inst., tho following gentlemen were elec
ted directors for the ensuing vear: P. G
Schuh, A. R. Sairord, II. F, Gerould, Jt.
H. Cunningham, S. S. Taylor. .1. K. Far
num, W. P. Hallldav.
Rov. Fred. L. Thomson, pastor of tho
M. E. church of this city, left last night,
or will leave to-day, on tho Mary E. For
syth, (Cupt. Hambluton'R boat,) for New
Orleans. lUv. Thomson has been in ill-
I health for aomo tlmo, und It Is to bo hoped
1 a trip to tho sea board may retore to
him his heilth and Mrength.
Thu concert by tho Prcsbvteiinn
church choir, at the Athcneiim last night,
wab a grand success. Tho house was tilled
to overflowing by mi intelligent anu up.
jireclative audience. Tho music, both in
atrumental nnd vocal was of the high
est order. On tho whole, the coir crt whs
one ol the beat we ever lietrml to.
Stuart A: (iholson havo removed from
their old ttund ir-to tho room lately occu
pied by Wm. Alba, nnd havo opnncd out
a fino ttock of dry good, notions, otc.
Mcssri. S. iV G. aro duturmiiiod to suc
ceed in building up u trudo equal to that
of any dry goods house in Cairo, and
.m.o no., uiu ....uu.v io.cii goous oi quui-
itya.linoas any in tho market, and at
prices lmtiw til a lou'iul. 'Jt
have now thu ability to tell goods uf quul
coa bolou' tho ioit'onl. 'J I
-Tho bar room nt the Phmter'a honso
wat entered by thiovosyesttirdHV moniinir.
and between $10 und f'Jf) in money, and a
in or watch worth $45 stolen. Oillcers
Uillliigsly and Marlln workeJ tho cas'i up
-.iruay anu succeeded in arresting the
, .;. Tllcyuro ""win the county jll,
"rid Mil ,n all probability have a hearing
nt tho Pr.ttm of th, circuit court.
-For the inforuiatio,, of il10, person,
who nd fault with the Jwn wf
tho city becatue, thoy do not prohibit per
tons Irom jumping off und on irKt, on
tho railroad, while pag alo,,B thu
we wm statu that there 1 no law In fwi
giving tho oilier the right lo lutorf..r
with perions who may do so. Section so
of ordinance 4, relating to tho abovo mat
lor, was, at tho lato revision of the ordl
nances, stricken out
Rev. T. J. Shores nnd an Kb-l.tb
street butclier hud n slight unpleasantness
yesterday morning. Mr.-Shore's dog wont
for the butcher's hog, and tho butcher, in
turn, went for Mr. Shore's dog with a
good sized brick bat. Mr. Shores polite
ly informed the butcher that tho wisdom
ol the city fathers haj impelled them to
ndopt a hog ordinance, and If bo did not
want his hogs doged ho must keep them ofl
the streets. In which tho Rev. T. J, is
THE cMlRo DAILY
A t.lTTI.K POV yALtS IFROM A LUMIIRR
WAOO.V ANII nr.CKIVK8 INJURIES FROM
WHICH IIK IS A I'KW llOURa.
Vie ycntorJay tuld tlo story of the and
death of llttlei MnryKllun dimming",
who wa drowned nonr Ullln ypntorday nt
about noon ; nnd now wo hoar of the donth
of n llttlo9on of Mr. Mtc. Hughes, who
live within n few liunjlreil yard of tho
acenoofthu flrel iiicnjJTied and occur
Ycitordny nfter dinner whllo load
of lumber wan being Inknn from tho mill
to tho Illinois Central for shipment, n 111
tie Bon of Mr. Hughe.", nged nix yoara, was
riding on tho wagon. Tho llttlo follow In
climbing nbout over t
nnd in fulling, got his
10 lumber fell off
ight hoad caught
mo of whleh wa
eithor in the timber, n
very heavy, or noine
Ivhoro in tho ma-
clilnery of the wagon,)
by which it was
crucliuil bo ficvuruly th.it It was thought
tho two middle lingers IvouM havo to be
amputated. Tho rhll( was takon homo,
whoro ho soon rccnvcrei from his fright,
and It thuughttiTnt hoyond tho loss of
two llngor', ho lift (sustained no other
Injury. Toward oWiiln', however, tho
little fellow allowed tynijUoms of growing
worse. After eight o'clock hu did not
speak, nnd died botweon twelve and ono
o'clock. It is suppniod Unit lie mis
tnincd internal injuries which, at llrst
were nut iiotlctnblc.
CIRCUIT CUt.'RT LIST OK TIIK ORAM) AND
I'KllT JURORS rilOCCKDIMIS OK 1 1 1 K
f.ATKTKRM OK'TIIK COWNTV I'Ol'liT.
Yesterday was "Shainiosy's day.'
Tho old Judge, was not ovurrun with
business, however, for as ho said to our re
porter, not an otlkoror Inwyor had put in
an appearanco nt his court the livo-long
day; and .".you know villains don't como
to spo me unless they aro forced lo come."
Thu following is a list of tlm grand anil
petit jurors of tho present term of tho cir
cuit court :
A. G. Hidden, Froman ;
I). D. C. Horgis.
F. A. Drown,
O. H. Poor,
R. C. Petit.
F. D. Atliorton.
M. 11. Whitaker,
James La Hue,
a M. Davis,
u. . jjoaveries,
wm. ii. ouriir,
iT. F. Henson.
W. II Portorlleld.
Frat.lk L. Murray,
Win', Dunning, "
Christ. C. AduitK,
Gcofgo AV. Roll,
N. A. Dcvore.
lolin A. Eames.
Jus. A. Kookou,
I March adjourned term nf th. county court ol
tn county of Alexander J
TirD, April 'I, IS72.
County court meet pursuant lo adjourn
Present County Judge, Jr. Rros, arid
Associato Justices, S. Marclil'don and Jus-
E. McCrite; J. G. Lynch, fCounty Clerk,
nnd A. II. Irvln, Shorlff. '
Lots No. 1 to 7 Inclusive, In block 57(
having been assessed at $150, nnd It ap
pearing that said lots were assessed at
$1,500 por lot, It was ordor.id by tho court
that tho tax on Bald lot bo collected nt tho
assessed vuliio of SlfiO per lot. Court ad
Wi i't.i'A, April .1, lTJ.
Court met pursuant to (adjournment.
All tho oillcers of tho courtAircscnt.
It was ordered by tho court that .Messrs
Green & Gilbert, attorneys for Alcundcr
county, lio requested itnd instructed l.i
servo proper notice on tho officers of the
Cairo and Vinconnes and Cairo nnd St.
Louis railroad companies notifying said
companies that wlierevor they have taken
or destroyed any county roods of Alexan
der county in tho construction of any
railroad, the co'iuty court demand that
they Iii, relocnt'J nnd rebuild such roads in
us good coiidit1"11) location, etc., as tliny
woro belt ro b''l"B deftrnyed or damaged
Marion Dafis, road aiiporvisor of road
district numlMrU, being about to rumovo
from the t;iljft presented a petition, pray
ing thu counjjj court to release him from
responslbllltyWis such supervisor. Thop-at.
ur of tho petitioner was granted; and Mr.
Jbiiicj Jnukon was appointed to till tho
vacuhcy occatioiied by thu resignation of
Tho pursons bulow mimed wuro allowed
tho nmounts act opposilo their names
for services rondored in tho survov
MI1j oclllioll 0- ,), ow ,
t,vt,0 C(tf)0 ufl(1 CmcJ)u r,
i . .
and location of thu new wag-on road be-
ordorod to bo drawn on tho county frcas-1
ury for tho amounts;
Win. Ilatimin, mm eying, loentiong nnd tnklrg
level of .aid road, balance of billlurSHO (.Mi
luting been paid by Judge Hina) i no
K. Ilitui, inonoy advanced W. llauman,
for amice, as above wj uo
Wm. nauinan, for swvlcealn aurveylug,
locating and leveling said ro.d T,i no
F. Ilrosp, money paid out to sundry
persons for services in locating
abovo road ssi
John Rocker, 1J days bcrvlcoin
assisiiiig in locate abovo road.... la 75
A. Hotmail, bX davs service same... Ill 75
S. E. Smith, 5 " " ... 12 60
. Elbing 5 " " " ... l'J 50
Cha. Lang 5 " " " ... 12 50
F. E. Hooker, 5J " " " ... 13 75
Court adjourned until court In course
Pal Fitzgerald, of tho sample rooms
has received iho appointment of agent for
tho tale of tlm llammondport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wino Company's wines in this city
If tho bottle with which wo havo boon
favored Is usamplu 0f thu quality of
thoso wines, hen wo aro prepurcd to say
that they nr among; tho best we lmyo over
tasted. Ie has just received a largo con
signmcnt.' which ho is prepared to soil at
the lowest figures. Ho bus also on band a
largo anil complete stock of thu various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
wbisklo'i at)d wines of every variety.
BULLETIN, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1872.
Oftlce ot the ll.llard Tobaeco Wnrehmi.c, )
Cuiio, Illinois, April 1st, 1872.
Wo havo not deemed it necessary to
plnco In tho hands of tho plantor our nn
nunl tobacco circular letter at nn earlier
date than tho present, from tho fact that tho
senson has been, thus far, unpropltlous ;
Wo might say with truth, that wo havo
had no "season" nt nil In '72, nnd tho in
dications aro tlint very little tobacco will
move bvforo thu llftucnlh of lite present
Tho planter has his hands full Just nowt
in preparing Ills present crop for market
nnd preparing his ground for tho coming
crop. Throughout tho ontlro west extra
ordinary efforts nro being made to plant
a largo crop, and If tho multitude of vlcis
Itudcsto which tho plant Is linblo beforo
It matures passes harmlessly by, wo may
reasonnbly expect nn unprccedcntedly
inrgo yield. This will hnvo no miiterlnl
effect on tho prlcos, as tho market through
out Europo nnd tills country will closo
Willi baro boards, and noxt year Micro
will bo an actlvu demand for nil that i of
fered, Our snles opened ono month earlier tills
season than last year, nnd, although tho
nles woro regular and woll nttended, wo
havo not received ns many hogsheads us
wo did tho sumo date Inst year, for tho
reason given above. Wo have, however,
purchased n very large quantity from
tho planter, dollvercd at tho warehouse in
bulk, and thia wo shall contiuuo lo do, as
wo think it is a great convenience to small
planters. They am thorcby cnablo to rc
ulizo on every pound of tholr crop at al
most nny timo, nnd without tho vexntioun
delays of scouring an ndvanco and p'acing
theniBolvcs in tho power of the party mak
ing thu ndvanco.
Prices for low grades and shipping leaf
buvo steadily advunced throughout tho
season, and wo sec no cause, at this timo,
irom our standpoint, for any decline; and
when wo consider that tho innnufuctorics
throughout tho ontiro country nro nearly
all at n stand-still, awaiting tho result of
nn anticipated change in tho revenuo
luw, tho alock of manufactured tobacco
growing less in consequeneo, tho ovor-esti-mato
of tho crop of "70, the well-known
short crop of '71, wo can sufely say
that a' soon at tho Inx ques
tion is definitely settled planters will
re all 7.0 a good price for all grades of man
Willi the strong competition from sur
rounding markets that has been estab
lished for tho past ton or twenty years,tlio
extraordinary exertions to mainUin the
snmo by heavy money ndvnnces to the
planter, tho purchasing of a few crops in
different localities at very high figures to
inuuee others to ship to tho markets whore
these purchases woro mndu for, would
seem to a causual observer to huvo n ten
dency to brenk down n new market. This,
howuvor, has not been our experience. Our
market is increasing in quantity, quality
und importance. Wo havo not found it
necessary to ndvanco a dollar on tho pres
ent crop, to sccuro tho selling of it. Wo
havo workod aud nro still working for tho
interest of tho planter. Wherever ho is
fully protected, thoro ho will ship his
tobacco and thoro tho buyers will come.
It Is doubly our duty und intercut to sup
port and defend tho planter from all
schuincs and combination-) of " ringi '' and
In our market thoro aro no arbitrary
rules ',to trammel tho planter In his frco
will to mnnago his own affairs. His to
bacco is subject to liis control until sold
and tho money In his pocket. If a now
regulation is to be adopted lie is consulted.
Our board of buyers aro principally man
ufacturers and foroign agents, who know
exactly what they want nnd aro uhvays
roady and willing to pity just wh.it nn arti
cle is worth.
Wo havo labored hard to havo all to
bacco shipped from tho wnrehouso In strict
ly "good ordor nml condition," and by so
doing havo made a roputation for"Jlallard
Wnrehouso Tobacco," as It is now quoted
in Europo. This we, ns well ns tho plan-
.tor, should justly feel proud
of. In this connection, wo will htatc, that
wo havo now and aro tilling an order from
Rolglum for 1,500 lihds. Mallard warehouse
W o aro pleased to congratulate our ia
trous on tho perceptible improvement in
bundling their tobacco. This Is now rend
lly noticed in Illinois, Missouri ami AVost
.With our present prospects, Cairo in a
fow years will bo tho leading inland to
bacco market of llio west. Tho Cairo Je
Vilicennes railroud will bo llnished by
the llrst of November. It runs through
tho tinest tobacco growing country of Il
linois. Tho Cairo A St. Louis railroad, to
hu llnished by tho (Irst of August, will
givo us diro.'t connection with Missouri
phinturs. Thooxtonsion of the Mississippi
Central to Cairo from Jackson, Tennessee
passes through its ontlro longtn a contiuu
oustobacco Held. Tho Elizubothtoivn and
Puducali road will ovontually connect at
Cairo with tho Mississippi Central, and
with all tho combinations of railroads.
giving us speedy and oasy access to and
cheap transportation Irom tho vmt tobacco
plantations of Indiann, Illinois, Mis
souri, Kentucky and Tennessee Is It to
bo mnrvolled at that Cairo should lay
claim to what justly is bur's by natural
and arttllcial moans V Whon tobneco
Is onco hero, it enn bo distributed to all
quarters of tho globo by tho great outlot
to tho sea, tho Mississippi rlvor cheap
er than by any other route in tho world.
Our shipping facilities, which
always havo Ihelr influence upon
the prlco of tobacco, havo no equal in
point of cheap rates.
AVo can ship any day of tho yenr to
Now Orleans at fulr and equitablo rates
2 50 tho minimum and $5 tho maximum,
$1 bolng tho prico now por hogshead,
while a short distanco abovo us on tho
Ohio river $7 50 havo been offered and
boats deelino to tako it. At presont tho
price to Now York by rail is 65c por 100
Wu ask tho plantor into whoso hands
this may fall, to ponder and weigh woll
tho ubovo facts and then calmly nnd
without prrjudlco draw hit own conclu
sion. "With nil our suporior nnlurnl ad
vantages, nnd what wo nro nccoiiipllshlng
to aid natme, wo nro sntlsflcd Hint wo enn
realize for the plantor bettor
prices for his tobacco In tins
thun nny other western mnrket.
Tho following nro our quotations at llio
presont time, with an uctlvo mnrket and n
ILLINOIS PULASKI IOUNTY.
f'g' 50 50 to 8 50
liow lenf. 7 of) to !) 00
Good leaf and dark shipper ! 00 to U 50
1 hhd Cigar leuf, 10 25
J'l'tfs 0 50 lo 7 50
Low imf 7 oo to 8 50
Good luuf, Including wrap
pers and snippers It) 00 to l.'l 00
I'"K." 1) 00 to 8 00
Low leaf c 50 to 8 50
Good leaf, all classes 10 00 to 'J 60
'llK; I) 00 to
Low leal 7 no to
iioon teal, matiiiiacluring
0 00 lo 12 00
HAIlUl.v, GALLATIN AND POPH COUNTIKS.
All Grndes 0 rjo to 12 CO
Lugs 8 00 lo ! CO
This Includes bright lug fillers.
Leaf 8 00 to 1 1 00
Hrlghts 15 00 to 23 00
Fino Cutting Leaf. ID 50 to 10 HO
Fillers 8 onto 11 00
0 50 to 7 00
Dark Fat Lugs 8 00 to 10 00
Shippers '. ) 00 to 1 1 00
I. HUM) A-SOX.
AVanto-I two Taylors a coat nmkor and
pants mnker. Good wages, lnqulro at
No. 10, Ohiolovro, Cairo, Illinois.
45, !it. J. I.KHNINU.
Cottngo containing four rooms und a
kitchon with lot 25.x 100 situated on Pop
lar street, between Twentieth und Division.
Apply on tho promWoi or to mo.
!H Jamks A. Fitv.
Tho board of examiners for tho county
of Alexander, will meut for the purporo
of examining tenchersof common schools,
on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, April
5th, 1872, nt tho school house, on 13th
street, in tho city of Cairo.
John C. Whitk,
County Sup't. of School.
AVm. Alba has removed his barber
shop two doors below Paul G. Schuh'
drug store, where he will be found to
gethcr with his brother Coiirnd swinging
his sharp razors us usual. Tho shop is
fitted up In splendid style, and a room set
apart for the accommodation of ladies
who wish to have huir dressed or cut.
AUKIVKD AND DKI'ARTKD.
Hlenmer. Where from. Where lo
O. H. Ohurch..Now Orleans Cincinnati.
"ello Lee New Orleans.
JV, 'V. ""hbugo St. Louis.
. Cowen St. 1mis.
Lookout Grand Tow'r Memphis
J. Kilgour Cincinnati. ...Now Orloins.
t lorence St. Louis Ohio river.
St. Joseph Memphis St. Louis.
Jim Fisk Pnducah Pnducah.
Thompion D...Now Orleans St. Loui.
Illinois Columbus Columbu..
Mullio ltngon.,St. Louis
IIIO MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any lime, both
day mid night, with cither lump or che.t
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Gra'nd Towur, Ills
Special contract offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. A'. Olyphant,
I). A. Hokkk, Goi.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-1 v.
CONDITION OK TIIK HI V Elf.
During tho past 21 hours tho river has
raised over one foot. At Pittsburg, tho
fall In tho Monongaheln is steady. At
Cincinnati the Ohio is agnin rising with
9 J foot in tho channel. There is 51 ftet in
tho canal, and river is rising at Louis-
vllle. At hvansvillo tho Ohio is slowly
lulling. Tlio Arkansas is declining with
J feet in tfco channel. At Shreveport
lied rivor is rWng at a good rato. Tho
rise in tho Mississippi river continues,
and thoro is now u good stage of water to
HUSINKSS AND WEATHBIt.
Things on tho landing wero lather on
thu quiet order yestorday, and but llttlo
freight was bundled. Freights nro still in
excess of tonnugo.
Iho weather was clear and c'udv at In
tel vals. tho wind was from thu north
during tho forenoon, but she lied to tbu
cast toward night.
Tho R. A. Habbago left yesterday fur
St. Louis, towing two barges of coko be
longing to Wm. Brown.
Tho Lookout departed for Momnhis
with four barges of coal for tho market at
Iho Hello Leo got away at duvllirht vos.
torday morning with a vory good loml
She could havo loaded flat down but did'
Tho Thompson Deun arrived from bolow
witli a fair trip of freight and a largo mini
bur of passengers. Sho discharged sovoral
lots of railroad freight hero
Tho Arkansas Hollo brought down
rnthor a light freight trip, in order to
make up lost timo.
Tho Kilgour from Cincinnati hud a full
load fur Now Orleans.
City Mntlounl Iluuk lliillillny,
MjJpechU Mtention paid to orders Irom ateani
oati nigh t or day."
I. V. II. II.
O.UICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisvillk, Cincinnati, Chi
caoo, Nkw York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Haa.ei.ger trains arrive at and leave Culm a lot
loual viii.. i.xrnrts
Annitr ttil.'a.tn 1:00 p.m
tiM Anr 1:110 h. in uiina in.
Hi. Ill tiniu. toiiucfl at CenlraliM tvllli train on thn
I'ntia, lucatiir, llloinnliigtcn Kl 1'ao, l,n SMIt.
tlendota, I'rrcpott, lialeiia, liibiiiie, ami
nil point. In llhnoii-, Ml-. nun,
Mtiine-otn, vii" inula und
Iowa. And u lib
l.luea running l'"t and We.l lor
-I. I.nuii, :pringhitil t.iiiimville,
L'lni'ininitl, liuliaiiaioll., Coluinbii..
And nt Chicago Willi .Miehiuiui tVuliiil, Mlchlgx
boiilhetn, and 1'itt.biirg. l-'ott Wayne
and Chicago llulltnad- lor
Delloll, Cletel.iud, IMinklrk.
Alb'iny, llo.ton, I'hiUdelphln,
Mugia Fall., Erie, tliutulo,
Now Yiiik, Pittsburg, imilmore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
Onaul e'lpr Monday, April 'Jlth, ln7l, trains
run Ml loliOHK i
Tai. noini ioiTHri.r.
i.eatp Virginia kPiK.in
" ppruigheld - .n '
" Tnylorvllle lii:M "
.Srritoat I'dini II: l.i tn
I.-B 1'nra I.l.'a.m
' Taylnrtille 1.47 " ,
Vrnvo at rprlngneld...b;la "
lentH rip.iiigHrM -.:i "
Ar.itiMil Virginia Si-. " ...
thus, u.nso ru tin .nr.
Le.te KdgPMOud t:'.Vn.in
" Flora S:iS "
Ar.'ite H Shaa neetow n.'l:Mp m ,
thais. uuisn viatnursv.
I.eavp fhawneetuwn fnl a.m .....
" Finn S.M "
1- Ki I..ITI.
. M7 "
.. 6: l!i p.m
Arrive at l..l'.i,ii. l:.u. h.m
t;ip5.:io n. m. trala fruin Edgiwood, run only
Moiidaye, W.diie.day.nnil Friday., an I .'i:l1.m.
train from Hhaniipetown on Tue.Jat.i, Thura
.((Vi nnd haturda)..
Coiinert. nt A.hland with Jnck'Ont Pie dlvi.ion
ol Chicago and . Minn It .ilro.il. fur J n k.iii.viUe,
I'eler.bilrg, Mn.oti City, a nd all imlnl. pt.
At Sprliiflpld. with Chle.igo and Alton, and
Toledo, WahH'h and We.irn lUilniid, p.r
lllooiu.ngtnn, Chicago, nnd all cunt, north, north
wp.t and wp.i,
All'ans uith Ind. and St l.oiil., and lllinoi.
Otitral lUilroail lor nil point, pant, euiuli .mi
At lvljewood with Chicago Illtl.ion lll.nol.
At Flora, with Ohio aid M'!..lppi Ka Iroad.
AtKhaaiiPPto.n. With .tp.imboaia lor Ciucln.
l-oojrrr.fli-iri Fr'ift and Ticket Ait'l.
'Ml, OIII'l(.V .1 I'll,, Ak'Ih.
AT LA NTI C A N I) PA CI FI C
No.. 715.717, 7IU.V7'JI In liann Avenue,
(NVar I'oiirteeiitl. alreeti,
HO II ART, DWELLE A- CO., PROP RS.
I'. S. Whole. ale Traleonly aoliuilrd.
I.'.feT OF rACruKY IMIICE-j :
Kin Cut Chewiiiif. Fine Cut i-iinklni'.
'JI7 Chewing, A and I Miiolont ,
hwept Hoiiip CliPwing, Pacific Miiouing,
hiiii iiipi;iipwingf Aiuntic Smoking,
Hal u-e Hull Chewing, Ol I Erin suiokiiig.
Dl'NIIAIl'S AVONDERFl'L IMS
n i: t n i: n n a
MINERAL SPRING WA
Ol Wiiiiliralin, WIki-omsIu.
. MwulerigpiiiMire iii Hriglii'a iiK.p, idabete.
ip.y, an aiieeuona ol Kidney, lllau'der and
u Hart orifaa.. al.fi I.tt.T irniilii..-. m ii.(,..
U.md lu.i'cp of the I'nitPd hinu ., reatnied to
ow.llll.UT 11- II. HI .11 Wl'CK..
J. W. M11N, i.i-neral Kpnt ior the State ill lib
W hoU'.alp and Kruil siipi.lv f iot. 7..
Italu.h Atenue, C'liH-ago, Illinois. All order by
til a) I liroinid 1 1. f .1 ..... r . .
,-..'m.'mj "inruuru iu. ijfuu iur circui II M.
ARE VOU UOING WEST?
fo, f,ike our a Ivicnand ptircha. jour ticket
oter t old reliable and popi.lar M1.101 Pa
uri' ii.ii Kii.ii. h iiieii 1. p.i.uiteiy Hie only Iui
ruiiiiniK iiiremiiiiiy eipre.. Irani, from Ml. I.oiua
lo K111..1. Coy nuil li iap. mid 1. pu.ltively
the only line u bu ll run- Pnllinin pala 11 .ieeir.
huh inir iiiij uuhi in--, n.p.riaoy iui inotei.
POIIIIiled with Sillier', tnlelv ..l.ilform. un,l II,,
patent .learn brake, From Hi. I.wiu to Kun.u.
i.uy, ri. -con, imh rence, l.pnveiiMnrth, Ati-ln
eon, Ht. Jii.epti, .Nel,r.i.Vii City. Council llliiil
am' Ooiiilm wiihinn bai ge ' For nidniiiiitioii in
legard to tone tlilp., mir., Ae., to nnv point in
i " "'ii 1, ..riim-n... 111111. ii., itiiin no, 1pxh.,iiii
Cjl toruin, cab iinni ur addle-. 1. II. 'J'hoiin .1111
UK--'"' uori i-.irinu ii. Jl. lin Hint, 11., Illlill ; or.
i.. .i. ruru, iu-iii-riii i-.t..eiiijcr AgeiU, bi. I.oin.
No trouble tn nn.wer fpip.'ion..
Our I hime Advertisers.
And Denier In Foreign and Doine.llo
AVINES, LIQUORS ANU CIGAHS,
!7 Ohio Ijcvco,
Uctwcet, .Ninth andTeutb Hlru tt,
EL DOR Abu
JOHN JATi:.N, lroirlilur.
lUGC-uimeicial Avenue, CAIItO, II.MNOIS;
Tesl brand of Cahfpr I'lCigiiraJiut received,
RlinM.w.,,?..''i1i00n "ith Iho lust ol
mi J?,., ,i 'J Vi'1 'r ""'I''1' w"h l", IMuoia
in I eiu'iir. of ihf Hiiem iinmiiii.
CARL L. THOMAS,
SIIOP-COH. 8T1I-ST. AND CoMUKHCAL-AV
lu llio Verry Ilon-ie,
Our Homo Advertisers.
CAIRO CITY COALV
la pri-pared lo supply eii.tiimer with thn beat
PITTSRURG AND ILLINOIS
OltllF.II1- loll at llallldny llro. otliee, 70 OIIIO
l.l'.VEK, or at lint Conl Yard IipIow Hip hi,
Cfinile. lintel, will receive prompt attention,
Till! TIM " MONTAt'K " wlll l.rnig eoal along
lde .lenniPf. at anv hour ncicMf
WI.VKS AMI MUtlOUN.
." "m '. ' s t "6 u"kT'" Vii 'fi "f,"
i irr..'in m eoiii k i "TocKr i r.ru
III rllly er mill IVIiolr.ulo lleiilrr In
1'oii'Ikii nml llomeslli'
WINKS AN J) LIQUORS.
No. (i'J Ohio Lkvee,
151 HO, ILLINOIS.
HE keep. nn hau l C'in.tantly a full .(oek n
Old Ketiturkv lloilllion, lite and Monong
lii-la Wlu-kie., Friiieb llrmdie., Holland I, i7f
lllilneand Caliloruin Wine. lineal
WM. II. iSUIIIJTTEH,
liiiiorffr ami IkiIi-.mIp II en I it In
Agent fur tho be.t brand, of
CREAM AND STOCK ALU,
liiipiirlril All-, ol IHIN-rrnl Klmlo.
In Ohio Lkvke,
O cltln. II.I.'Miia
has i irn:it:
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
si.is riXTi iti:s.
'ia. Fi'ter'. anil I'fiimler'a miiterial, Wcio
I'liliip., gliibe fif.il aim.e valv... plop
oik., chck talp,rl'.
un Aoi.r nn
rnlU llrollierH I'nli-iil liry in .Mrtpi-
ind Miirph.ii-e, Wc II. A Co'a Automatic Watei
Imlli ainraiidftiipid) Valve for .team laiilrra.
WIN! Kit's III.OI'K. COMMK.III'IAI.-AVKVU
LOUIS J O R (j E N S E N ,
I'ealef la all kind, of
STAPLE AND FANCY 7
I'liriiii-r'H Ynnl mid Nliililliiu-
Cor. W.ii-hingtoii.av. unci Twciitietli-er.
PARK Kit !V IJLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
I'llllJ , Ili-iixlne, tJasollne,
An. I the celebrated illuminating
imo.-.s' iiuimii.no, coit. 1 Itii-st. a
t'AIP.O, - lt.L!NOI,
a mTvTl s o n7
o i: a L k n if,
j EOAT STORES J J
O II fi V K It I K h ,
P R O V I S I 0 N S E T C.
Oim Lkvkk : ; Caiiio, III.
nni.ru. I'aonfti.v rriii.rn
S. W A L T E R S,
HARD and SOFT LUMPER
ol every deacrlpllon,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, RLINDS;
i ORDERS SOLICITED.
S T K AMBOAT Lu M R E R(
Furnlaheil ou fborleM tiollc.""""
Commorclal-av, bot. 10th and llfh-Bts.