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THE CA1I10 DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1872.
TlMKIABLtor TI1K ILLINOIS CKNTRAL n-
od and after mndsy, m.. ih.im, "',,-.
1H.U "HI omn the arrival '
tire of imii(tr lr.ln.nl Calrot ,.,,,.
iV,r(Mll train, dally...... ---T a-Up-m-
Ksprees, dally.-...--- .istta.n.
rrr-Mail,dsily - "1 l.(Ki p.m.
Cairo and N- ' 3.1.'. r in.
Arrive......---"'"' Viw a.m.
fpri.--r" ....,,. i0 hi. Louis. .No
from to Cl-BO. Klrnt
rwlnf Room sleeping cam on nic,ht lrm.
cheeked lo !1 important tmlnts.
Cairo (M Kerry Company,)
, Cairn, Ilia., April 15. ItU.f
Solirela hrrrliy given th.it llio regular annual
nni ni llin alockho ilrra or this company
will be held at the wharfmasler's nltlce, comer
"ixlli lreel and Ohio levee, In tlila rlly, on Mon
day. May f.lh, U'i, al M o'clock a.m. for Hie pur
loie or elcclIrR seven (T) director, lo acne the
' ""'VMr.VwI&V, fee',.
CAIRO AND MOUND
STEAM TI .
Will mko three Irlpi daily.
rVU- ....a.m. At "
i "I:. a.m. At V.:) P m.
i 4 ...... in. 1 At 0 P'"1'
.. . ...... i ,ii .(.I,... tnt tl tit.
rareeaon ay, t-nu. , -VIII
Ism.whsnhalled, at any Rood intermediate
amlinglor passengers or ireigm.
oAiiio" and" Va duca ii
The splendid steamer
in ilna clival Im'f.nast 12 o'clock, n.m. Ann.
I iih. Horace Nicholas, son olffinnuel M. and Ma
rt etfe orr, nged eight months and nine ilnja.
Service" at llio residence of the parents to-day
at 12 o'clock, prompt, Train will Wave the loot
ol Sllh slroot for Villa Ridge nt exactly l'-a
o'clock, p.m. friends Invited.
ATfRTTION. SIR KNIGHTS!
A reculir rnnrlnvc ol Cairo cotnman-
America. Tho queer boys anticipate n
p-ood lime. Tlioy lmvo Invilod tho Co
lumbus, Ky., Odd Fellows to participate
in llio i-olobratlon
'Win. Albn bus removed tils barber
shop two doors bolow Paul 0. Bcluib's
drug store, wbero bo will bo Jotind to
gether with bis brother Conrad swinging
bis sharp riuors ns tistinl. Tho shop Is
fitted up In splendid style, and u room set
npnrt for tho accommodation of Indies
who wish to have bitlr dressed or tut.
.ludgo Hukcr will re-commenco tbo
"Jerking" ofjustleu In tbu circuit court of
tins county on Monday next. AVo bopo
iltidgo will pardon us for the uso of
word which prccoedo tho prep
stands In front of ''Justice."
associations lmvo been questionable
lately. AVo lmvo oven been reckless of
reputation and lmvo within n fow weeks
attended several meetings of tbo city coun
The German Catholic church is now
G0LDST1NU & HOSENWATER,
this county oi
tlo Jutlga wl
till slang wn
bsltion Unit (
A derv No. 13 of Knights T'emnlnr. will he
JT Mt t the nayliim In lhl city, on J'at- I .,,. , , , , c , .. ,,.
t,r,iny ..venintt, April th, u. Co- nearly cotiipk'tctl in fact It is so near
k join tiine Bir Knieht. nrn cnurtenul
Incited tu attend. Work in lleil Cro iletrce.
JAS.. II1;AISI)K.N, Mec'y
tMibllcittinn sifltrp, llullrtln IltilltlliiK,
4es Ctro IHII.V, Oindiys excepted) t 4
(D. P.ir Irollhtor nm appl? on hoar it or
U41I ,Aoinuij'i.i oft m
Tbo undersigned has for calo, at low
I price, ii fine borsontid spring wagon. In
quire nt tbo Cairo City hnrfbont.
-I-Utf. MAT. CLAHK.
DIt. J. U. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. J. McOaulej'a drug aiore,
near corner Co-nincrclul avenue and EIrIi.
Iccnth street. 3-ar
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
TESIt)ENCK No. 21 Thirteenlh atrect. Im-
JtV tweea WaahiDRton avenue ami Walnut ntretl.
imc n commercial avenue, up naira.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TF.3IDENCE cornerSinth and Walnut ata.
XVOIhce corner sixth atreet nnJ WIHo levee,
unM noura irom o a.m. to vt in., ami u p.m
II. WAIlDNKU. M. d7
TEHIDENCE Corner NineUenth atreet nni
J.V waalilnKton avenue, near court lioun. Of
fice over the poatolHce. Ulllce hour 10 to 1:
a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. janlotr.
U.S. UHIGHAM, M. 1).,
1'IIYSICIAN AND SUHGKON.
OtVce, 136 Conimerrlnl Avenue,
E'peclal attention pn.d to the treatment of all
vnrouic iMseaiea, i.iuiin
I OKJIMAN LUTHERAN fcCIIOoL PICNIC TO.
UK HBLII IS TI1K FLOUA (lAltllKN.
WEDNF.SKAY, MAY 1T, 1872.
Speeches and n concert will bu among
tho attractions. Ico cream, lcnionado,
cotfeo and other refreshments will be
furnished in nbundnnce. The garden will
bo renovated expressly lor this oiciion,
finished that ni next Sunday al 10
o'clock a.m. solemn high mits will bo
said in tho church for tho first lime. In
tbo evening nt 7 o'clock, Hev. Father
O'lJrieii, will lecluro in the English lan
guage. The public arc cordially invited
Thu Delta lire company boys propose to
petition the council for $1,000 to aid thorn
in purchasing a first-class machine, nnd are
making arrangements to becomo exceed
ingly wrntby in anticipation of tho re
fusal of their prayer. Tlioy seem lo bo
llovo that tho c. c. will surely sny " No, "
when they sny "Give." They mny bo
right ; but let tho boys stick to tho do-
termination to lmvo a good machino or
none. A tub, with a syringe for a pump
won't do. Such engines are to numerous
already. They nTo not luxuries arc nel
ther ornamental nor useful.
Dr. Artcr bus put upon his buck tho
Liberal harness and is doing valiant for
vico in tbo cood'Iwork of reform. lie is
A IIAUH CHANCK FOK HAItGAlNS
KKTAIL SALES AT "WHOLESALE
Messrs. Goldstlno Si ltoeenwatcr, dry
goods dealers, Commercial avenue, have
lately received a vcrv laruo stock of dry
goods, nnd row offer to the public it raro
chance for the most excellent and satisfac
tory bargains. Tlicso gentlemen have
met with great success thus far in tbo
spring trade. Determined to keep up
witli the requirements of tho public
and tbo reason, they have filled up every
nviillablo snace in their establishment
with seusonablo goods. They can show
their customers nny nnd every artlclo usu
ally found in flrst-clais dry goods hoii'csj
and moreover, are able lo retail all goods
at wholcsalo prices. The reason tlioy can
do this. Is thai thev make nil purchases
from first hnnds nnd are not obliged to
pay n profit to middlemen ; they make a
satisfactory margin on all goods, while
their patrons reap the advantage ol this
arrangement. Mcsr. (toldstlne & Kosc
water do not make this aertion simply
to draw custom. Thev invito tho public
to call and examine for themselves. They
connlder it no troublo to show goods, and
callers will Dud all questions answered
with cheerfulness and alacrity.
Ilillcl I IS
motiT, per txiniei e notofl w
Timothy, per hii'liel 50102 lo
Wines unit Monom
MtANDY llenneaay per iial tient 7 U
Kiieiie 3 M
WINl'nrt 3 fiOloS OC
Sherry 2 ii lo3 ib
Caret iter cape........ ..... A
Wl ISKY-Uectllle.1 15 lo
live - 1 74
o .Nw rm ni-r l,U..
To lloaton oer bid
EXCURSIONS KENTUCKY HUNTS,
Tho ferry boat, during tho pre.ent bigl
water, will extend her trips up AVlllow
Creek to tho Kentucky Hlutl's, leaving
Cairo at 8 a. 111. and 2 p. 111.
'I bis will bo n very pleautit trip for
families and picnic parties. .-1 Uf
mill thn tnnnn"Ar. will exert llieinsulvi-R
i ... i, ti.t. ii.ji iin ii. ,r. almost ui) to the lino between tho time al
nlnnsnnt nnd onlnvnhln nno of tho season. . '""O Wr UIO 1110 ol limn anil UIO Otllor
Grand Freu Lunch
The Little Kcntuckiaii,
C3 Ohio Lovee,
at eight o'clock to-night.
Tbo public nro respectfully invited to
nttend and enjoy themselves and thereby
contrlbiitn to n good cause. Ticket 2"i cts.
II. C. TllIF.I.KC'KK.
Commltteo of arrangement.
ALLEN, MULKEY & WIIKKLKIl
John Ji.Miilkev. V CAIHO. ILLINOIS.
Particular attention paid lo river and ad
OFFICE Over Fjrat National Hank, Ohio Levee.
GllKEN Si GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William 11. Green.
William 11 Gilbert
BirSpccia. attention Riven to Admiralty ad
orrics ohio levek, koomh 7 and 8 over
C1TV NATIONAL HANK.
FOR SALE. 1 For sale f FOR SALE,
?0R SALE. For tui'e I FOR HALE.
Faro from LivcitrooL,
Faro from Lo.vdc.ndebiiy
Pure from Glasgow,
Faro from Qukknstown
CAIRO, $ 1 8
Saflord, Morris A Ca
Liverpool New-Tork ahd PhllaTIrlphls
hi coavaicr wits i-mted ivatxsi no bsitiiii
For Carrying the Mails.
FOR pass,Cge TICKETS
Ok rt'kTHIK IsrolMiTION
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
15 Broadway, New-York, orto
U. II o ii p t ,
Wuhlngton Avenue, Cairn. nnu. 51
IMPOIITAXT NOTU IJ.
ST. CHARLES IIOTEI
F. D. KKXVOni) l'roprieto
.iit. mid lmi AM) ,uo,u eti
5 he Only Knt-Ctau Hutnt ,jie
mm- naKxaseconvejeil to nd from Ui
of lreeciiarm. iIkuh'
Probate court, after being in sesion
four days, adjourned last night.
Parsons, Davis A-Co., t-cll " Westcn
bolm " Knives. 4-17'Jw
The preliminary hearing of Harrison,
tho murderer of Joo Swohoda, will lake
place somo timo next week.
Go to tho City Shoo Storo for Gent's
" custom mndo " IJoots, Prince Alberts and
.luncy Ties, of latest styles. 1-1 "tf
Aliltloson of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Orr, aged eight month?, died yesterday
morning of brnin fever. See notice of
ancral in another column.
Coroner Gosstnnn, who has been
confined to the house for scvernl days in
consequenco of n very bad cold, is up
again, nnd able to bo about.
No. &3 Ohio Levee,
A Grnnd Freu Lunch.
Come Everybody. It.
A largo and select invoice of Itro
luskis warrcnted homo made, Ladies,
misses, and children's shoes nnd slippers,
just received and on hand at tho City blioo
Store. 4-1 "tf
The funeral of Mr. Joseph Swoboda,
tho victim of tho murderer Harrison, was
one of the largest that has taken place in
this city for many months. The remains
were interred in the Catholic camelry nt
Tho Ohio A- Mississippi Railroad will
take passengers to tho Cincinnati conven
tion round trip, from St. Louk for $10.
From Odin, tho same.
AW II. Halk,
General Ticket Agent.
Parks, nt tho Litlle Kontuckhin, will
spread a splandid frco lunch this evening,
tu which ho invites all his friends, and
the public generally. An abundance of
ull tho delicacies of tho season will bo
found on tho tables. Come, everybody and
enjoy a good, hearty meal. It
Our old acquaintance, Mr. Iko AVil-
litiim, has been in the city several days
enjoying the society of bis friends hugely.
Mr. Williams is now h Momphian, but
still retains a hankering alter Cairo, All
persons of good taste do.
At Tho Littlo Kentuckl.m,
Splendid Freo Lunch,
Come and Eat. It
STOCKHOLDERS' M EET1NG
CAIRO & VIXCENSES It. 1
Tho firemen of tbo city, patriotically
disposed as all good fireman should be, are
ubout to clasp hands lor tbo purposo of
celebrating tho Fourth of July jointly.
Clasping hands is u necessary preliminary
l" " lrtni celebration. This is a fact that
nun ,,pKrcll ,0 rt'0, oijU1S0
CO 1 iiiiciieei,
'i'he annual meellnK of nice Iholdir. nt Cairo
A Vincennea railroad will li held at the otttce uf
the coinpssy, in Cairo, llllnom, on Tunday, tin
13d day ol April, for the purpom of electlnu 1)1
rectors for the eniulng vear, nnd f jr any other
I'Uiinena prorto come before such meeting,
fc-tt-dtd. A. K. HUltNSIDE. l're.idenl
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN RANK
As asslgneo or E. K. Hull A Co., Iiaiikrupls, I
Hill offer al public auction at the court hoiiae
deur In the city of Cairo, llliuom, on Wrinedrfi,
ths eighth flayol M, A. II. !, iimhii-i.uin hi
Un o'clock, a. m., the fulloniuj; Ju,( rlld i.roii.
lwit numbered thirty-ketcn (:i7.) tiili ly. tutit
13s, thirty-nine f:ij and forty IU, in I.U-ck miiii
tred Mil). eight in the city ol Cairo, Willi
im.rovsuienia tliereoo, ooasistinu of four Icnu.
Jnent houea Ac. Term", one third rath, and
Ulonee lo alI rji ur twelve IIJ inoiilhs mth lieu
HTKPJIEN K. JONB4,
ivu ... . At.lKneofK.K,HALLACO.
Jf lro. III... April 11.U7L
Urwntuubrn atturueys. t-ll-KOtd.
extra charge for it.'i" '.'v , " '' M
ludgo Mulltev ...11 I...
'What 1 t-n. i. ' ... '" 'ciuro on
, , , uuulH ""eh thing,," Tho
Judge l, lv gvntk.,,,,,
perloncci, nnd cm KWk vvltl " ?
of H. length, hrea'dth
furthor information cotuull Corndek un.l
f 7h11 nml ovnmlnn fnp ...1 .m.
v., , ,1(J
puirtmogo oi uio puiic is soliated. Thu
,!... L?l I t .
tjuuu .-juiru nru Having a great, run
for Iliolukkl's line goods, which thoy nro
selling for less thai) common eastern goods
are sold eliuwhero. Don't fall to examine
their stock which is complete and stylish
At tho Little KcnlucMun,
Oraitd Free Lunch.
Tho Odd Fellows have chartered the
Eckert, und will make an excursion to
Hickman, on the -GtU In.t jho anniver
sary uf the cstublisbmciit of the ordor In
side, but the opportunity ho now bus to
sorvo lils country has rejuvenated him
given him all tho vigor of youth and its
enthusiasm. Ho will bo present at tho
Cincinnati convention, and, if permitted
to vote next November for its presidential
candidate, will bo ready willingly lo hung
his political harp upon thu walls und rest
in peace, even with Grant and ahead of
Messrs. ltarelay llro'. will
occupy, when finUhcd, the
new brick building now being
erected by tho Under Uros., near tho cor
nor of Eighth street nnd Washington ave
nue, as a nrccription store. It i tho in
tention of .Messrs. Ilurciuy Uros. to mako
this new storo by far tho most attrac
tiva establishment of its kind
in tho city. Tho counters will bo marble
topped, tho walls of oiled walnut, und every
thing else about tho new storo mailt) to
correspond. Tho storo on tho loveo will
bo carried on as usual the new establish
ment being a prescription dreg storconly.
Tho warm days of Summer nro ap
proaching, when wo shall all be pestered
by annoying mosquitoos nnd hopping
fleas, but which will bring nlong with
thesu trials the luxuries of ice cream and
soda water. And where shall wo go fur
either ice cream or soda water but lo Phil
Simp's. He is already furnishing both
these delicacies to inquirers, nnd wo can
assure all thu public that they aro the
best of their kind citunt. His saloon, on
Commercial avenue, is neatly fitted up
for thu accommodation of ladies nnd
children, and uo improper characters nro
ever permitted to enter it. Tho attend
ants are pplito and vcrv attentive to their
duties, and parents may entrust their
children lo their care without any misgiv
ings of any kind. 4-ll-ml
Mrs. Swauder, on Commercial ave
nue, in the Athencum building, is offering
unusual attractions in the way of spring
and summer goods to tho ladies. Her
stock is composed of new goods through
out, nnd every article is fashionable, cheap
and handsome. Spnco forbids thu mention
of all the articles which Mrs. Swander of
fers to her customers, hut among them
may be found hats, bonnets, (lowers,
French nnd American, ribbons, laces,
fringe.", embroideries, hosiery, Indies' and
children' plain trimmed underwear and
suits, infants' lace setts, an elegant assort
ment of kid gloves, jewelry, and notions
of every kind. These goods wero all se
lected pcrsona'ly by Mrs. Swander, and
uro ottered to thu public at prices lower
than they can bo bought elsewhere in
this market. All goods marked In plain
figures. Call at once, ludics, nnd secure
beautiful goods at low figures.
llefore I'. Ilron, I'. M.J
Night before last Thomas Collins, got
drunk, nnd was urrested by Ililllngsly.
Yesterday morning, lils honor, Judge
Dross listened to the matters and things
charged against Thomas, nnd from what
ho heard decided that Thomas was enti
tled to six days in tho calaboose.
William Robinson was arrested by
Myers, on a similar charge. He was
fined $10 ar.d the trimmings, hut us ho did
not have that amount about his clothes,
he was ordered to be imprisoned in the
city jnil for fifteen duys.
John Woody, a colored ftca.nhoat
hand, was arrestod by Chief Myers
yesterday forenoon for being drunk
und disorderly. Woody was charged
"u dollars, which added to tho
e..w of trial, mado his bill amount to
ouietldi1B ovar Hfteon dollars. Ho had no
'"i'l' mid was. sent up sixteen days.
-There w,;rb Uo ,, Mr. Thomas J
, '""' hi, honor
charged with ,o l ing UqUur , ,H
ties thau a gullu,, wlllloul
Craig was discharged, n,cru '
evidence that be bad evur violated ti,
as charged in tho puper sorvod upon him.
Dr. Ilttscoll whs also discharged.
Crush stock of Silver Plated Castets
at P. D. A Co.'s. 4-1 72 w
Tablo 3ullery"at 1I. & Co.'s.
Italra) r FrrUht.
From Lnlro to-i -
From Cairo to '
ri,,.,r i,r I.I.. Til) ll1
ay, ier ion ...ii u b i1!
Com, ir cut... VU M
Oat. ,,er ewt ... n m
'otatnta.ter'j 30 i'i
Apple, per bbl. 30 &
i-orx. ner ijdi i ii i
Whisky, berkbll 761 r
Coal Oil per f
i unacco it r n
Cotton per U
Lumber per M
I. ii inner I'oae
Tho extremely light receipts during
tho week has conspired to keep tbo mar
kot In u very quiet state. In fact, the
market is almost baro of every couimo
dity except meats. Prices on all articles
consequently, aro well sustained, and rule
higher than they would if tho demand for
each wero satisfied. There is no shipping
demand at, present prices for Groin and
Hay, ns Prices in southern markets leave
uo murgin, but a good order demand pre
vnils. Flour is firm at quotations, but lu
active. Wo give no quotations in Wheat,
but noted a sale of seveuty-llvu cars on
private terms. Tho market for Country
Prcducu of all kinds oxespt flutter
easy. There i n good inquiry for Choice
Ruttcr and prices lmvo advanced.
Tho weather continues variable and un
certain. Correspondents must bear in mind that
our Inside figures represent prices in round
lots from first hands, und outsldo figures
prices for sales made in small lots on or-
FLOUR. Quiet. Host grades firm at
quotations. Low grades uccidedly dull.
fiOO bbls. Various Grades.... $0 l!5rji)10 Ol
150 half bbls 3 000 t 00
100 bbls. Choice XXX 8 O.l
CORN. Wo note littlo or no chanue in
tho market. Prices coutinuo irood nnd
higher than thu markets below would war
rant if tho supply wero equal to the
dsmalid. Wo quote sales as follaws
28 cars Mixed, in sacks, del 3(.(2'c
500 sacks " " 64c
5 cars Yellow " " 65c
17 " White " " 59c
100 tacks " " 59c
OATS. Receipts continue smalt and
unequal to the demand. Sales were
J cars Southern Illinois in bulk on
track , :S7c
7 cars Southern Illinois in sacks del 13c
1 " Mixed
1 2d sacks "
l'J cars Galena
HAY. Is unchanged.
Choice Timothy at $21 00.
'J cars Prairie, del
" Mixed "
" Timothy "
" Choice Timothy del
" " -13c
" " Jlc
$13 00(,15 00
18 O0fTj,2l 00
i!0 00(22 00
RUTTEIl. Scirco and prices tend up
ward. Wo note sales of
25 pkgs. Choice Solid Packed 20c(2,27c
EGGS. The market Is well supplied
and prices easy. Wo quote
2 pkg l'.'tc
POULTRY. Tho supply is equal to
tho demand. AVo quoto
50 dozen Choice Mixed $3 00(l 25
MEA L. Quiet. AVo nolo sales of
300 bbls. " Evening Star " City
Mills $ 90
PROVISIONS.-Dull. Sub's wcre-
1 cask Clear Sides 7Jc
SUNDRIES. 10 bhds New Orleans
Sugar, llej 10 bbls. Now Orleans Molasses,
fiOu; fi)u.lt bbls. ditto, 53.
MARK ET Q UOTATIONS.
.7 lo7i Iry
pelts ca M
rrii r oi i in iy.. ury rill
Cured 0 toliU l)r) Halt,
Gree n CalfH lii-l.'al.! I hheeiipe
it m itii l
KunuHha per bbl,...'J 'i'j iMIry r bbl 3 i5
limieria! 1 luto 1 11) I Gunpowder
Oo I ii n n inaulcloiHu I ) 1 Yoiiiiic iU'n I lo to 1 41
Jiva........:!1 o to UJ I.uriuyru. Tl to !Sc
Hlo, rim to choice u m
Slulout nnd I'otatoew.
Onions, per l.bL-:i !U I'otaloin, per bbl.J liOaJu'j
Onlun sels, per bushel n
New Yor! Chenhire j U j
Common Home, er dot . m
Choice to Kxtra " :i W to S 7.'.
a. II. Ii W to S M
i!eNiix niitt Tallow I
llevswai - JW Tallow ....
I.Altl' In tierces ier Ih Sio
lu kegs " lot; i
IIAMU-Buijar cured'' ...........P.'jio
Country ' .. 'V) tu
niiuinuers uscou " iii
11 to If
tO to l!5j
l"H'o Mfc I llurlaps S3We
I t wice neinii.Mlo out;
I CQi) I
ri....i.i.. t. ii......
"I'm .t'liro ,i..iwit -....
" " dry salt ,
NuiiarM out NyruitM,
UOHAIt New Orleans prune lo choice
""it n. ............... .........
Crii.lied slid 1'uHJered.
nvii.n.o "'"iiiilatril .. .m
uia uimici. M
New Orleans new.
. St. Louis,
AllllIVKI) ANI HKI'AllTKIi.
Steamer. Where from. Where to
Glasgow Red river.
Idlewlld Evansvlllc. , .Evnnsvillo.
Hello Lee Evansvlllc.... Xuw Orleans.
Coiumouw'lth New Orleans Lvnnsvllle
Colorado Vicksburi: ...St. Louis.
Jos. lvinuy L'luijvilli'.,
N . AV. C Caseyville,
Rock Island ..Cinci'niinti
City Helena. ..St. Loui..
r lurencu 2 bt. Louis.
Jim risk, Jr...Paducat Pnducab.
Illinois Columbus ....Columbus.
Wild Duck St. Louis P'.ttsburt!.
11IO MUI'HV COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, Loth
day and night, with either lump or chet-
nut coal, In any quantity, und on usual
terms, al thu yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts otlered on favorable
terms upon application.
II. A'. Olvpiiant,
1). A. IIokkk, Get.'l. Supt.
Sulcs Agent. 3-15-1 y."
condition or Tin: iuvkks.
The Ohio was ulxmt on n stand nl this
port last evening.
Tho river at Pittsburg is reported to be
ou a stand.
At Cincinnati tbo Ohio has commenced
rising again slowly.
At Louisville the river still decline.
In the canal there Is 17 feet.
Cumberland river continues fulling nt a
rapid rate. Tho Ohio is itill rising at Evansvlllc.
Tlio Arkansas river is falling steadily
witli 8 feet in the channel.
Tho Misissipd at St. Louis is on n
stand, and will probably bo rising by the
IIUM.VESS ANIi WEATUKll.
The leveo was tho scene of animation
throughout tho day. The luvco between
Sixth and Eighth street remains covorcd
with freight. Thcro was considerable
freight handled yestorday."
Tho weather was very pleasant. Tho
sun shown the greater' portion of tho day.
1 lie Pauline Carroll cleared during the
afternoon with a good cargo. She will
till out below hero with corn. Sho could
lmvo filled out her trip hero.
Tho Hello Leo arrived from Evnnsville.
with about six hundred tons on board', nnd
did not take a pound of freight from this
place. Sho takes corn bolow here. '
The new Missouri packet, Joiepli Kin
ny, urrived early yestorday morning, but
as sho did not tio u line, wo were, unnbio
to look at her
Tho Commonwealth had 2000 bars rail
road iron for Evnnsvillo. Sho will get
what freight sho can foi New Orleans nnd
willjflll out her trip here. AVIHIe she laid
at tbo wharfbout tho swift current parted
her lines nnd sho drilled somo distance
down tho river.
Tho Rock Island belonging to tho Cin
cinnati A St. Louis express lino urrived
yestcrdny on her initiul trip with a good
trip of freight and people.
Tho Jim Fisk brought down it barge
louded with lumber destined for St. Louis.
She also had n big trip of freight.
Tho Glnsgow got nwny for Red river
with ft splendid cargo.
Tho City of Helena camo out with a
moderate trip and nddul considerable
here. Hill Perry is her second clerk.
Tho N. W. C. arrived with n to.v of
coal for tho Miss. A'. T. Co.
A picnic to bo given by wharf boat boys
on tho blmdy banks of Kentucky, is all
the talk at present, and tickets of invita
tion highly embellished will soon bo is
sued. One of tho good looking clerks of
thu railroad wbarfboat hns obtained con-
sent of Mrs. Murphy to let Mary Ann ae
company him. No drink, stronger than
chained lightning, allowed on tho grounds-
Capt. Rea und iarty arrived from tho
wreck of the Ociunus In a yawl and skill'
Thursday evening, and from Mr. Fislior
uno of tho party, wo wero cnublo to got
a few items, although of not much Import
ance. After a two days search around the
wreck, they wero unable to find any bod
ies, uini fmr procuring ono more boat the
jmrty started down the river, one boat on
each side. Somo distance below tho
wreck, thoy found the remains of one of
thu lions;, and also that of a horse, sup
jiosed to have belonged to C. 11. Hull", ono
of tho lost jiasjungers. Along tho banks
they found pelcos of tho wreck, such ns
llfu floats, fenders, stanchions, bull polos
and bedding, but did not find uny
bodies. At a place culled Davis' Landing
thoy learned that some person bad fished
out of tho river n lino ovarcoat, with capo
uttuched, but no clue could bo had to the
finder. Tho wreck, Fisher says, lies about
2 nri) miles below whurosho bluw up
and Is tho most complete wreck hoover
saw. Tho party returned to tho wreck
yoitorday morning on tho Colorado; nnd nt
tbo rock heap where- thoy found tho bodies
of tho Hon und borso thoy will over haul
It and think likely they mny find somo of
the bodies of tbu crew or passengers. Mr.
Fisher roltirned lo St. Louts bv rail where
he will meet his family, H0 gays "that
Old Fisher Is still In tho ring, but a littlo
used up." .
t'lly Xnliotinl Hunk Iliillillnir.
t.Hpei!ll attention paid to orders Iromtteam
oats iilxlit or iliv.""i
Skvkntkkn Ykaiw of Succkhm. lu
I85C tho now famous Mustnng Liniment
was tnndu known to tbu jiublic by nn ex
teiislvu system ofndvortlslng. From Hint
tlmo to tho present, the douiaiid for It has
been steadily Increasing until it 1ms taken
the lead of all embrocations, lotions, oint
ment", at.d other external remedies, im
ported or domestic, over introduced Into
the American market. In tho most cele
brated racing und trotting stables, in tbo
establishments of stage and city car com
panics, nnd in the stables of private gen
tlemen, it Is tho only recognized cure for
such diseases as requlru outward treat
ment. Nor Is it less valuablu for a local
application for some of tho most distress
ing complaints to which man is subject.
Rheumatism, stillness of the Joints, neural
gia, sore throat, tumors, wens, curaclm,
toothache, yield lo its paln-subdnltig,
counter-irritant properties, and burns,
scalds and cuts aru healed witli incredible
rapidity under Its operotiori.
Remember tho first of May state and
county taxes. " l-17di:w.
ltememner ttiq Lunch
Tho Littlo Kontuckir.li
M Ohio Levee,
This, Saturday evening.
Wire Window Screen",
. Toilet Set",
Spongy und Hip baths,
Chamber Pails Jirn!j nm- Kmimoled
Kettles, Hritnnia Ware, Colfeo and 'IVu
Puts, Hair AViro und a general aMortmeni
of hlamped and Plain Tin AVare.
Lift, but not least, Ciiaiitkh Oak
Cooking SroVK-i, to bo bad at low figures
at . C. W. II KNiiKifos's,
i-Jiliilil l'JO (yommercial Avo.
Thj-, S.iturduy, Evening,
No, jJ3 Ohio Levee,
- 'si' "
ney of P.
liny the new Fir-? Proof Lamp chlm
ufP. D.AC.I. M 1-1 72w
CIIKAIT..-T ANK iikst. Mrs. Wliitcomb's
Syrup for children is sold by druggists nt
25 cents n bottle, and is nn ndmirublo
jireparhtion for infantile dlsolde
No. 5U Ohio Levee, (
Only ten cents per Uny for JljeOG pol
icy in the Life Association of America.
Caul L. Tuoi.!,
Special agent. Office in Parker A,'i:iuke'e
paint store. -1-1 Itf.
m . V
Frco Lunch at Xo. 53 Ohio levee, this
evening. Everybody invited to be pre-
tOMMlHHIOB, AND rOHWAKIHNU.
Tl. t 1T1IH..
MATHUSS & UIIj,
o;r w j n , x
hay And western j'koduoh
si. nt oiiio i,;vki:, '
Foil Salk. A cottugo on 12111 , street
containing 7 rooms, cistern und out
houses complete. Apply to
W. AV. TilOK.NTov.
For che.ij) Queeinware go toTanons'
Davis A: Co. 4-1 72 w
vis A Co's.
Crumb Hushes and Fays, new style, ut
D, iV Co.'s. 1-1 72 w
IMI'I. Si. .SCIIIIJI, Ak'I.
SIM1LIA S1.M1LIHUS CURANTUI!
HAVK proved, from tho most nmplo exper
ience, an emit" siicee.m hitnpli I'rumpi
hltieientimd Reliable, Thev nrn'thii onlv meili.
cine" iirrfectly adapted to popular ue o sim
ple Unit inistnlcc. cannot b inniln in u.lnit tlicrii;
nt liHrinU'si ns lo I fre from danger, uud so
elhoic'itas to b nlw.'ijs reliahlii They lime rain
ed the hihel commendations from all, nnd will
alHafs render satisfaction.
I, cure FPvrrx.conKestlon, Inn.imninti0ris.itt
ss ftriiin, wurm MMer, vionu cone
S'rj liiif.eiilic orteethlnKOi infant...tt
iirriius-a, in cniiuien hihi adiills...iu
IivNi'iilrry. t-'iliunu, b'lloiis i-oiie.,
S'holcrii.tiiorf.us, voinillni: 'it
( liolera. colds, broni lilin- i!
('iir..lKln, toulhiche, f.icenclie....VS
iionuiM'iiFs, sick luiidiu'iio, vcriiKoi'
' Ii, linns sloiiiHi'he- .'ii
Nil iir-H-sl, or painful periods 'ii
Will lew. too nrofii.e iierioln -Jl
S'rilllli. coiijiIi, illllluiill breslliiui.,..t
Null llhi-lllil, lliyslpelas, Kriiplloiii'.
Itlieiiiuiitlsin, rheumailc rains...
I'nrriiiiil AlfiH'.chlll lotcTiiuiies.M)
I'llrst, blind or l.lceillna .7
liltlilrmy, and sore or weak eye-Vi
S'litnrt li, m-iiie nrehronic, liiflueiiiuil.t
AnIIiiiiii, nppre-sed hreallun Ui
V.nr lllKeliurura, Immiired lioarinifM
Nl'rol'lllll.eiilari:ed glands, SKelhiii.,VJ
SJruorul Ilchlllly, ph)slcal weak.
llroixynnd scanty secretions M
Ni'it Nlrkiipstsj.siekness from rldlnu.to
iiilii-)'-lU-aite, Gravel ou
-riiHM IKIilllly, seminal emls
uns.liitolunliirv illscl.iircen .1 no
l-'lselluxcs, w its one ii vial of powde
very neressnry in serious cases,., S l
Nore noulli, canker - t'
llrliiiiry Wfiikui-NH, ucIIIiik Lcd.u
I'lillilill I'rrlosU, with snasins,....Ui
NullPrlnKN.stchnnUH of life 1 eu
KuUJHy.HpiuiiiN, kl.V'itua'ilauce.l (
Ilitli'riiiulu, eruled sum tlirJiit !
Sira.T lo 110 liirKv vlulN, iiiororcu
or roMMiMl t'UNo, roiilnliiliiir i
HM'-MI- lor every, outlluury iIIh-ciim-
ii liimlly ISHiihJert Io.huiI
IiimiIim ofilli-ri-lioiiH from tie to i&
Hiiiuller Kiuiilly undTriisi'llUKcn eH,
V) in Ss iiiis 1 1 nm H'JtogH
Kpioiliulor all S'rliiilo lllhi-iiHi-N,
both fur C'urlnic nnd ror 1'rovs-ii.
11'it Irentincnt, in liilsmid pocket
ciues 82 lo 5
, I'OMi'rt KXTItACT
Cures llurnl, UriiiM s, Lnmriieas,Hornes, fjnre
'I hrosl, Hpmlns, Tooefnielio, Ksrueh, Neuralgia.
HheiiiiiulKlii, Lumb,i;o, piles. Hulls, Hlim-a.
Voru I'.yes. llleedliiii llin Liiuks, Nose, Minn'
Kill, or of t'lleej Corns, Uluers, Oil Mores.
I'nee, tlos., 6U els. j 'us, j.f,u. y.nrlf . U'75.
Bai-Thcse rirnedies, except I'oiatV Kxtract,
hy the cun or single box, are sunt to any purl ol
IlKieoiilitrv, by luitlf or express, fice of Charlie,
on receipt ol iim price. Address
OlUce and Denol. No. M llroadwav, I1y"rl'
FOtt SALfc liV I'. bCHUIl, ca t'"
I U.J 1 I! & PARKER, '
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Outs, Hay, etc.
AGENTS ion FAIIHIANK'S SCALEU
Ohio Lkvkk, CAIRO, ILLS.
J. M. IMIILLIl'S A CO.,
IHucceasora to K U. Uendrlcks t Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
AVH AKF-HOAT PROPKI ETOItj
Liberal Adv.inea nn upon,
Are prepared lo receive, .tore an orwurd
flviilhts to all i-illiUati.l buy hl.0
sell on eo-nmlsilon.
avsr II n -in's- alu-ruled In nt'impllr
STRATI'ON A III RD.
(HoeersMirs tpKlrattnn', liejson A Clsrk.)
W HOLESA LE GROCERS,
COMMISSION M EI'.CHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illin-iiM
JOHN II. l'HILLIS A HON,
Cilice. sor. lo Jiio.ll. I'hillis,)
FORWARDING M ERCI1ANTS,
DEALERS IN II A V, CORN, OATrf
Flour, Meal, Bran, &e..
Con. TENTH-ST. a.m. OHIO LEV KB
G. 1). WILLIAMSON.
Xo. TUOIilo I.ri rr.
C A I It O, I I. M S C 1 fl.
ov-Speelsl atlentloD !iven to connxnnif fc 4
CLOSE A VINCENT, ?
DEALERS XiI2i.r J3
Ckjiknt, Plabtkk Pakih,
I'L ASTER E Jl'S II A I IS,
Curlier UkIiIIi Nlri-ct nml Olilu l.rr
CAIRO. I LI..
General Commission Merchant
1.13 OHIO LEVEE,
BOAT STOEES' j"
PROVISIONS K T C.
Oiin Lkvke : ; Caiuo, 111
nanras rsiiMen.T rrtitrn
DCALEa IN '
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every ilescrlpllon,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTJl,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
orders solicited. 1
furnished on U,nrlt,notlc.
Couiniorciul-nv, lot. 10th nd Wlx-st.,
v7d '. -
-TFiTiTiiiiiiois beniral Hail llond Comii.ny no
ortVr for le ho Jnlloltii described lot In J-ir
Addllloiiio me 1-iiy oi tairo, viti
tot W hloek i, IM a block S2,
ii IS ' 20, 37
.' o ' 8J, M a,
' tt ' l 3
" 3 " Ui, ii mt a M.
orlerms.ete. npo JAMEH JOUNdON,