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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, APRIL 21, 1872.
Tlf E TAIIL Or TIIK ILLINOIS CENTRAL
On and after undey, Ma? IMh, 171, thefollow-
tf tune-table will govern the arriral end depart-
urtef paaeiBger train at Cairo i
n,pv-Mll Iraln. dally . . :,0?-n'
Kipreaa, daily .to p,m.
ir,(lall,dally... .. 3:S.D.
Cairo Mid ft. IO 11 In Short Llae.
1 .MtMitttttHttKttt t34 p. in
lie pr I--' m.
Noehsngeof com fromCatro to St. Louli. Ko
hnc from Cairo to Chicago. Elcitnl
raring Room sleeping ciri on night frame.
iniKr chenfced to all important tmlntt.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
CnlroCitr Ferrv Company, 1
. , , Cairn, Ilia,, April 15. 187. f
IsollrcU hereby Klvcn ltiat (ho regular Annual
meeting ot the stockholder, nf tin- company
will b held at the vriiarlmaptrr'a ofllce, coiner
Hlxth street ami Ohio levee, In tliln city, nn Mon
day, May Oth, 1872, at 1 o'clock a.m lor (hp pur
poMinf electing seven (7) director to pervo tho
milling year and for general htilnea.
T1IOS. W. 1IALL1DAT, Scc'y.
Pobllmtlon ornrr, Bttlletla Ballitlag,
Will make three trlpt daily.
iriTina ciao I tr.tvia amxn tttr
At 7......... -....a.m. I At :M ... ji.in.
At 11 MtitHMMj.tili I At l!3Q................,p m.
At t W......p.m. At ..... .p.m.
Fare each ay. 30 cental 10 ticket, for 11 K.
Will lam .when hailed, at any good intermediate
andingior paasengeraor freight. noviltf.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
SI All. BOAT.
The splendid ateamcr
Dome Smkdlit, Capt.
m Oilro nvil.V, (3inday excepted) at 4
m. Kir Ireuhtor p.im npnlr on hoar d or
JA9 MALLOItr, Ag't,
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
II rr ICE Over M. J. McOsulej'a drug elore,
vf near corner conmerciai avenue ami r.ign
teenth atreet. 3-31tf
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
TESlDKNul-: So. 21 Thirteeaih atreet. b
XV tween Waehinglon avenue and Walnut atreet.
mnc n commercial avenue, up piaira.
0. W. DUNNING, M. I).
RISlDKNCE-cornerNinth anil Walnut sta
Qlhre comer nlxlh atreet and Ohio levee
umce noura from 6 a-m. to vi m and it p.m
II. WAKDNEH. M. D.
D ESIDKNCK Corner MneUenth atreet and
XV wasnington arenue, near court liou.e. Of.
nee over ins postomce. umce noura 10 to l
a.m. and z to p.m. JanlCtr.
II. S. BRIGIIAM, M. D.,
I'HYSICIAN AND SUltGKON.
OBet, 1M Commercial Avtnur,
special attention pa'.d to the treatment of .ill
.nromc iieea-ep, f.iuim.
LIBERAL MASS CONVENTION.
Liberal Republican nnd Democrat of
tho Eighteenth Congressional district of
tho Stato of Illinois, tiro hereby requested
to ntsoinblo in mnsi convention nt tho
Athcncuin, in Cairo, on April 2Dtb, nt 2
o'clock, p.m., for tho purpose of organiz
ing uctiintt tho present corrupt ndminis-
tration, nnd tho nppolnting of ten (10) del
ate to attend tho National Liberal Con
vention lo bo hold at Cincinnati, Ohio,
May 1st, 1872. By order ol tho
Statu E.vkcl'tivk Com.
i. II. Bvhxe, Scc'y.
LIBERAL MASS MEETING
Liberal men of nil political partlci of
tho Eighteenth Congretsional District of
Illinois, who nrs in favor of a reform in
the government of our country, nro ro
quoted and urgently (elicited to moot In
In thu Athcneuin,
Thursday, April '.'Stli,
o'clock p. in. for the
of organization and
Henry Worlhlngton was tirunk yes
terday. Finod $1. Didn't havo tho
amount in hit puro. Seven days in tho
Mr. J. P. Gamblo has gone to Phlla
dclphln to bo present At a re-union of tho
Gamblo family tho llrit in tho last
Cnl Pluto. nni,n t .,,.!.
road is rt rushlnc sort of man, with otronc
Fonian procllvltio, being anything but
an ndmlrcr of Britain.
Miss Anna E. Griswald, of tills city,
was married at Unionlown, Kentucky, to
Mr. O. Uolcoinb, of that city, on tho 10th
Inst. Happiness, lone lifo and a htruo
family, is ourgrocting.
Gen. "VVInslow, of tho O.iVs V. K. K. was
in tho city yostcrday. "Wo shall probably
learn from ono of our exchanges what
his business in Cairo was. Until vo do wo
shall not enlighten our render.
Don Lynch and John ltyan were yos
tcrday beforo Bross charged with stealing
a carpet sack containing clothing valued
nt 510 from John Sackbergcr's hotel.
Lynch was discharged and ltyan held to
bail in ttio sum of $500, in dofuult of which
ho was committed to tho county Jnll.
Mr. Johnson, I. C. agent, addressed
Conductor Connick a note tho other day,
informing him of the cheerful fuct that ho
would havo ready for him a funeral train
at 1 o'clock. Cormick attempted to dio nt
12 o'clock to bo in time for tho train nt 1
but was unsuccessful. Ho still lives.
ALLEN, MULKEV & WIIEELEH
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, )
John H.Mulkey. J- C.UUO, 1LUNOIH.
WPanicuUr attention paid to river and ad.
OFFICE Over Find National Bank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN k GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H.nreen, '
William 11 Oilbert,
.iiiiea r.uiiM-rt, j
Wflneoia. attention given to Admiralty and
OTVICK OHIO LXVKE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OTEB
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
FOR SALE, ) For Sale f FOR SALE,
orbale l run oivur..
Fare from Liverpool,
Faro from Londcndekky
Faro from Olahqow,
Faro from Qukekbtown
10 CAIRO, ;::::::: $48-
daflord, Morrit A Ca
Liverpool New.Toik and Phlladrlphia
0r COKT11CT WITH I'XITED tHTM.iD HHTUII
For Carrying the Mailt.
von passagTe tickets
oa rcaviita information
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aqt.
IS Broadway, New.Yoik, vrto
Waahington Avenue, Cairn. noia. 51
I If PORTA NT JVUTIt'KM.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
F. D. KV.XVORD i'roprieto
raata Ohio ttvit nt urcoaii T
lhe Only Urtt-Clau Hvute in lit City
appointment of Ten Delegates to At
tend tho National Liberal Convention, to
bo held a. Cincinnati, May 1st, 1872.
Tho following gentlemon will bo pres
ent nnd address tho nmsses. They have
accepted tho invitation and there will be
no disappointment :
HON. JOHN M. PALMER,
Governor of Illinois ;
GEN. HERBERT DILGERT,
Adjutant Gen. Illinois ;
HON. A. OLENDORFF,
of Springfield, 111.
HON. B. (5RATZ BROWN.
Governor of Missouri,
lias been invited, but up to this time has
not rosponded. It is, however, the gen
eral opinton that ho will bo present to ad
vocate tho principles promulgated by him
self, and which made tho present issue,
carried tlio great State of Missouri in it
and uloctcd him governor by on unusually
D. A m Kit,
N. L. Wickwiick,
P. (i. Sen u 11,
J. T. Rkn.vik,
Committee of Arrangements.
5XCIIRS10NS KENTUCKY BLUFFS.
The ferry boat, during thu present high
water, will extend her trips up "Willow
Creek to tho Kentucky Bluffs, leaving
Cairo at 8 u. in. nnd 2 p. in.
This will bo n very plcimint trip for
fiimlllei and plcnie parties. 1-1 Itf
(1KKMAN LUTHERAN SCHOOL HUNK! 10
UK IIKLI) IN TIIK KLOItA (IAI'.IiKN,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 1ST, 1872.
Specchox mill a concert will bo among
tho attractions. Ice crcum, lemonade,
cofl'eo and other refreshments will bo
furnished in abundance. Thu garden will
bo renovated expressly for this occislon,
und the tnimagera will exert thcmtulves
to maku this first Mny picnic tho mot
pleasant und enjoyable ono of thu season
Tho public are respectfully invited to
attend and enjoy themselves and thoroby
contribute to a good cause. Ticket 25 cts.
11.0. Till KLKCKK.
Committee of arrangements.
M Baggage conveyed te
of Ireeoi arge.
r.d from lhe D.,o
CAIRO & V1N0ENNES R. R. CO.
't he annual meeting of Stockholder ol Cairo
k Vincennei railroad will I held at tn cilice of
the company, in Cairo, Jlllnom, on Tueaday, thu
'Ad day ol April, for the purpose of electing 111
rectora for the enaulng vear, und f jr any othe
huaineta proper to come hefbre audi meeting.
-27dtd. A. K. 1IUHNHIIIK. I'reaident
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN
Aa aaalgnee nf K. K. Half A Co., tantriiptN, I
rill oaTer at public Miction at the court holme
Vtor ID Ida city of Cairo, Illinois, on Wrdne.ilui,
the eighth day ol My, A. 1). Wt, lu'iiincncini; at
ttn o'clock, the follonliig ile.crilied prop,
Lot. numlM-red thirty-seven (37,) thl'ty.eigld
l3s,thir!jM iiie JJ)annfortr0, fn hhik num.
Ured auh -eight iul, fn tho city ot Cairo, with
iinpruveineniii thereon, conaitting of four line.
Iil.nl I id 1 1 . I -f. li.l w.l MukV. I
Ulanrelo an (CI or twelve I12J months with lieu
HTP.PUEN K, JONBS,
Hal.. 111 . Agoeeirf K. K. BALI. A CO.
Jalio.lUi., Apnl II, 1st..
UrentQiurt atlorne,,, .ll.0td.
iy K.nt;ur.yii, M. Louis, rfo,
Tho singing of the Chicago lady
(wlmto munu we mvo forgotten) at tin
Episcopal concert the other night, has
been praised on Ml hands. Tlicro can bo
no doubt that she has r, wuU.Cultivattd
voicu and sii.gt splendidly,
-The most musical things ut the day is
tho excellent Dully Vardoti bill heads wu
aro turning out at The Bulletin .team,
printing houso. "Wo may udd that the
other Dolly Vardctn printing wo are dolti
Is ulso as mutlcal as tho hnrp (or lyre) of
Mr. N. P. Curtice, formerly of Roches
lor, New York, lias located in this city,
and will give instruction in vocal and
piano music. Mr. Curtice enmos to us
recommended as a gentleman of I no ac
quirements and irreproachable charactor.
Wo can usi,uro tho public that ho Is not,
as a lato music professor who afflicted us
was, a charlatan, or "dead beat, ' but a
gentleman who lakes prldu in his pro
fession and has a charactor to maintain,
Parson, Dvis & Co., sol' fmlan.
holm " Knives. 4-l72w
Church of tho Redocmcr, Rector Coaii.
Services to-dny us usual.
Services at Kev. Mr. Thayer's church
to-day as usual morning and evening.
If logic nnd expostulation will not
bring tho Cairo Radicals out of tho slougln
what will 7 Prayor may do tho work, but
tho article of prayer must bo of the ir.ost
excellent description or it will avail notli
I Tho Young Mon's Dramatic Associa
tion of Cairo will give a dramatic enter
tainment, at tho Athncum, on Tuosday
evoning noxt, for tho bonoilt of St.
Joseph's church. A racy programme will
Tho German Catholics of Cuiro havo
Just finished ono of the most beautiful Jittlo
churches in tho state. It is reullv an or.
nntnent to tho city, and will bo used for tho
first tltno to-day for tho purpose of wor
ship. Solomn high ma will be coleora
A lineal descendant o? St. John is
now preaching upon our streets. Ho says
ho has boon 'onllghlencd from on high"
in tho mysteries of the scriptures, and
knows moro about them thnn any living
man. Tho impression, which has gained
some currency in tho city, that ho is crazy
is unworthy of a moment's consideration.
Ho is ax aano as Ttirney and can discount
Messrs. D. Artor, N. L. ".Vickwire,
Henry Winter, John Antrim, P. G.Schuh
and J. T, Ronnie aro tho Exccutivo Com
mittee of tho Cairo Liberal Ropublians.
Wo nro indebted to Dr. Tabor, ono of
tho most Intelligent of tho Liberal Repub
licans of this city, for a cony of Hon.
David A. Wells' ablo letter to tho Spring
field (Mass) 'Republican' on tho revenue
Bell Wether Mua.n is disconsolate.
Ho was euro of Mr. Scliiih, but that cen
tleman has concluded to make his bed un
der tho Liberal roof with Carl Sohurz, and
Munn keeps tinkling his leading boll
mournfully and bleating in great distress.
Mr. Popo snys ho has interviewed Mr.
Rennie, and that ho lius succeeded in
bringing him back fiotn his Liberal wan.
dcrings into thu Radical fold again. For
this great feat of political couxing Mr.
Munn gavo tho good boy Popo a dolicious
sugar plum. But that Mr. Popo was as
successful as ho believes with Mr. Rennio
Mr. 1). T. LInegar is a professed anti-
Grant man, but refuses to join in tho Lib
oral movement. Ho is restrained by tho
influence of Mr. Munn, Mr. Grant's revo
nuo mun, nnd tho liopo that he may be
nominated on tho Grant ticket for Attor
ney General. Ho is n place-seeker, und is
compelled to act discreetly until the cat
has Indicated in uu untnistakablo manner
whero it proposes to jump.
Mr. Comings, hitherto ono of tho
mot ultra of Ridlciils, a gentleman ex
ceedingly well-posted in politics and mind
ful of tho signs of tho times, has como out
of Muiiu's Flock, and taken his stand
with tho Lihorals. II U very hopeful,
and beliovos that, If The Bulletin
would pat LInegar, Popo and Fisher on
tho hack treat tnem kindly thoy,
too, would become advocates of reform
-Mr. N. L. Wiekwiro lias broken looso,
nnd nil thu Radical whippurH-in In tho
land can't induce him to return to Mr-
Munn's Radical pun that pen in which
he keeps tho radical voters of Cairo, us
ing thorn like so much stock in trad", spy
ing to thu authorities at Washington :
"You see I havo n largo number of voters
hero, givo mo a fut ollleo or I'll vote 'cm
on tho (ith'jr side." Wick refuses lo bo
any longer ono of Munn's sheep.
Tho warm days of Summer nro ap
proaching, when wo shall till bo postered
by annoying mosquitoes 11 nil hopping
HctiK, but which will brliitr alone with
thesu trials tho luxuries of ico cream and
sndu water. And wloro shall wo go for
ullher leu erouin or sudu water but to Phil
Haup'a. Uu l already furnishing both
these delicneies to mquf . rh, umj wo can
iiMuru all the pMIJ tlmt they aro tho
best of their Mud extant. Ills saloon, on
Commercial avenue, is neatly tUud Up
for the accommodation of ladles und
children, and no Improper ulmrneterh aro
over permuted to enter It. Tho attend,
antt aro polilo und very attentive to their
duties, and parents may entrust thuir
children to their euro without uny misgW.
Ings of any kind. 4.11-nil
Crumb Bushes and Fays, now style, nt
P. D. ti Co.'. M72w
Business growing brlsi. .
Tho Thalia flourishes apace.
Corn doctor nt tho Dolnionlco.
Tnblo Cutlery at P. 1). & Co.'?.
The Swoboda murdur Is still the talk
of tho town.
Excitement over tho boiler explosion
" played out."
Remember the first of May stale and
county taxes. I-Kd&w.
Klcb Is building n''Hln. A brick on
Sixth street this time.
Tho Flora Garden bus boon especially
prepared for, the usu of picnics.
There is n caso cf stnall-pox on Pop
ular street, corner Fifteenth street.
John School, nt his garden, will havo
bock beer this afternoon and evening.
Thornton has n window fastener
which can't bo excelled by any In tho
Swan & Co., at 8:1 Ohio Lovce, havo
opened nn Oroido nnd Milton Compound
Hon. II. W. Wubb proposes to defeat
Col. P. H. Popo for the oflico of county at
torney this fall.
Go to tho City Shoo Store for Gent's
" custom mado " Boots, Prince Alberts and
Jersey Tics, of latest styles. 4-17tf
Oeorgo Mertz is a candida'.o for sen-
tor In tho district above us. Ho was a
candidate in this district, but
Parker & Biako nro bragging ubout
their papor-hanger. AVo havo forgotten his
nnmo; lie is n master in his business.
Tho Odd-Fellows' excursion next
Friday promises to ho an onjoynblo atfair.
onc but tho specially invited need ap
ply. The Flora Garden will hurcaftcr be
rented only for picnics and parties. No
beer or other liquors will bo sold In tho
Tho Shawneotown 'Mercury' don't
want us to be aturincd ubout an overllow
at Shnwnoetown. "Fret not thy gizzard,"
is tho way tho 'Mercury' puts it.
A liltlo leak at tho Thitty-iecond
street pump, occasioned by some busy
body who opened tho valve an inch or two,
was discovered by Mcllalo yoUerday, and
A largo and select involco of Bro
laskls warreuted home made, I. tidies
misses, and children's shoes and slippers,
just raccived and on hand utlho City bhoo
Store. , 4-17tf
Harrison's friends declare nnd say ho
has been crazy for several months. Dur
ing all that tltno ho lias been u diligent
searcher after pistols and kuivet with
which to kill people.
The' Sun' reports two earthquakes
Friday and Saturday. No earthquake
has been nenr The Bulletin ollleo for
long time. It was tho shock of tho Lib
eral Movement the 'Su.i ' felt.
Tho lawyers havo all, or nearly all,
been absent from tho city attending court
In Union county. Thoy rnturncd yester
day to attend worship to-day and be pres
ent nt the opening of court to-morrow.
Tho 'Sun' Is afraid tho city will bo
overflowed because wo called attention to
tho fact that tho men who claimed that
tho Trustees could be compelled lo repair
thu levees by force of arms wero fuolish'
Only ten cents per day for $1,000 pol
icy in tho Life Association of America.
Caul L. Tiiomad,
Special ngent. Ollieu in PurkeriV: Blake's
paint etore. 4-lltf.
Woodward is tho great natron of the
printer in Southern Illinois. If all busi
ness men had his energy, nnd understood
the use of printer's ink ns ho does, Micro
would bo no Impecunious printcri In tho
Hurry Walker, who is one of odr driv
ing business mec, is now lilting up in
splendid stylo a first-class billiard hall in
the St. Nicholas saloon. Ho Is pnperint; it
in a tabty manner und making it sliino
with n nuw coat of paint.
Tho Ohio & Mississippi Railroad will
tako passonger to tho Cincinnati conven
tion round trip, from St. Loui, for $10.
From Odin, thu sumo.
General Ticket Agent.
Gludney says ho don't want to bo Rad
ical candiuuto for shoritl' this fall. Munn
won't allow him to he. What then will
Munn do for a can JIdato? Brown won't
allow himself to ho suciillced aguln, and
AVurd can't bo caught with chaff as ho was
Tho Vienna ' Artory ' remarks that
" tho Cairo ' Sun ' is out in a sensible arti
cle presenting tho Honornblo Davo Lino
gar for Attorney Gonornl, which is a
move us suits us muchor than tho 'Sun's '
nineteen candidates to congress and its
quarrel with good mi-tor Oberly about tho
AV brig's Dock Beer
John .School's Hull,
Sunday afternoon. It.
Street tax collecting is boing pro
cceded with by Street Supervisor Dun
ning, how successfully will shortly appear.
Since John Shoohau drew $3,2.ri0 in one
year out of tho pockets of thosa who owed
streot labor to tho city, not moro than half
that amount has been obtained in any 0110
year. Can Lec equal John in ofllclency ?
We nope, nut doubt.
Who is the rascal 7 tho follow who
is personating tho city marshal of Cairo
without authority Ho has lately been
plying Ills vocation nt Columbus, Ken
tucky, and sometime ago collected from
tho stoatnor Kato Kinnoy tho wages of
two duck Im mis, and put thomonoy in his
pocket. Marshal Cain heard of tho
transaction yesterday for tho first lima.
Tho. raoy Artory,' of Vlonno, says :
"The Cairo 'Sun' wants to bo tho organ of
tho party down bore, and Ben Jones says
nay, and wo say Ben's a good boy." And
tho 'Artery' also remarks, BavcaHicully,
that "tho Marlon 'Progress' 1ms no con
gressional candidates lo present to tho
people wo haven't either, but tho Cairo
'Sun' lias twenty or thirty gcntlomen
whom it would lovo to soo olectcd."
Call and exatiilno for yourself. Tho
patronage of tho pullo is sollctcd. Tho
City Shoo Storo nro having n groat run
for Brolaskl's lino good, which they nro
soiling for los than common enstern goods
uro sold elsewhere. Don't fail to exatiilno
their stock which U complete nnd stylish.
Hero is 11 conundrum by tho ' Sun '
"Is tho lovco permanent ? Has tho com
pany kept It in good condition? N It
now in good repair t II not vwio is
now rcspoti'lMoV Tho lovco Is in good
condition, but for all that wu givo the con.
up. Nov, if tho Uvea wan't In good con-
di'.ion, nnd tho Cairo City Trustee
wouldn't put in good condition, and
Davis wanted them to do so, what would
Davis do about it? Tint' our conundrum.
Win. Alba has removed his barber
shop two doors bolow Paul G. Schuh'
drug store, whoro he will bo found to
gclher with his brother Conrad swinging
ills sharp razors M usual. Tho shop Is
fitted up In splendid style, nnd a room set
apurl for tho accommodation of ladies
who wisli to hnvu lialr dressed or cut.
1-3 1 m.
Mr. John Clancy, while In tho city
clerk's ollleo tho other day, unconsciously
cat a blto ol a peculiar rut poison .Mr.
Ilowloy hud lying on his desk. Alter he
haJ taken the fatal bite ho ascertained bv
lhe alarmed looks and words of .Mr. How
ley tho mistake ho had made, and hastily
obtained tin antidote. Ho recovered from
tho cll'eetsof tho poison after bung greatly
alarmed and purged, to find that he had
not eaten poison but a harmless purtion of
ono of Saiip's chocolnte lozenges. Ho is
pal; but thankful.
Mayor Liinsden knew that O Ulcer
Robertson could not bo confirmed if ho
should iiominato him, and lie therefore
retained Robertson in office in tho face of
tho known wishes of the members of tho
council by refusing to nominate him. IIo
nominated all thu oilier appointed ofllcers
of tho city, and sacrificed Ward by doing
so; but rather than havo Robortsoti dis
missed lie took the responsibility of refus
ing to allow tho council to vote on tho
question of Ills retention in oflico. And im
did this, tod, admitting Robertson's inef
llciency. Can't the council rebuke this
insult In somo marked manner?
Wiro Window Screens,
Spongo nnd Hip hath",
Chamber Fall', Brnts and Enameled
Kettles, Brilnnia Wnre, Cofl'eo and Tea
Pots, Hair Wiro and a general assortment
of Stamped and Plain Tin Ware.
Last, but not least, Chahtek Oak
Cooki.no Stoves, lo lo had at low figures
at C. W. Henderson's,
3-27mld 100 Commercial Ave.
Tho Mobilo 'Rcgistor,' ofa recent date,
says: "Wo nro glad to bo obln to annnunco
to our reader that tho .Mobile & Ohio
railroad company havo mado arrange
ments for tho extension of this great tlior-
oughfaro to Cairo, 111., thus filling up tho
gap which has hitherto existed between
their northern terminus and tho Illinois
railroad system centering at Cairo. Thih
extension will complete a closo all rail
connection between Mobilo and Chicago,
and other cities of tho west lying north of
tho Ohio river. Tho Mobilo & Ohio rail
roud company havo long been desirous of
making this very important cxtonion,
but tho undertaking involve a larger ex
penditure than they havo heretofore felt
justified in assuming. Wo congratulate
tho company on this additional ovidonco
of thoir prosperity, nnd tho traveling pub
lic on tlioprospcct of nn early termination
of the tedious stenmbsat transit between
Columbus and Cairo."
Jirs. awanucr, on Commercial ave
nue, in tho Athencum building, is offering
unusual attractions in tho way of spring
and summer goods to thu ladies. Her
stock is composed of new goods through
out, and every article Is fashionable, cheap
and handsome. Spacu forbids tho mention
of nil tho nrticles which Mrs. Swunder of
fer to her customers, but umong t''cm
may bo found huts, bonnets, llowors,
French and American, ribbons, luces,
fringe-, embroideries, hosiery, ladies' and
children' plain trimmed underwear und
suits, infants' lacu kotu, an elegant assort
ment of kid gloves, jowelry, and notions
of every kind. These goods wero all se
lected personally by Mrs. Swunder, and
aro oll'ered to tho public at prices lower
than they can bo bought elsewhere In
tliis market. All goods marked in plain
figures. Call at once, Indies, nnd secure
beautiful goods at low figures.
Dr. Rendall, reputed to bo tho most
successful living operator on huuluii",
corns and diseased nails, has arrived in
Cairo and may bo found, for a .fow daya
only, at tho Dotmonleo hotel. Tho Lynel -
burg 'Virginian' speaks of Dr. Rendall
as follows :
If man's mortal onomv bhould lo in
search of means wherowltli to torturu him,
wo doubt his ability to find or Invent a
system tliat would produce such refined
torturu as is experienced bv those who are
unfortunnto enough to havo corns or bun.
ions. Having some Idea of tho sulloriu
01 cur leiiow-uioruin irom tnoso causes,
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wo leoi us 11 wo wero doing tnem a favo
In recnmmedliig Dr. Rendall to them. He
Is uu Englishman, and comes among us
with tho highest recommendations from
tho medical and surgical fraternity of his
country, ulso with testimonials lrom tho
scientific of our own, Thu Doctor I. now
topping at tho Norvoll Houso, whero
persons troubled with thosa tortures can
find instant relief without pain or loss of
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union, n u njiuui, uy uiu curu, anu can
say tho operation Is lltorally us ho states
Instantaneous, otllcacious, nnd without
GOLDSTINB & ROSENWATER,
A RARE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS
RETAIL SALES AT WHOLESALE
Messrs. Goldstlno & Rosen water, dry
goods dealers, Commercial avenue, have
lately received a very largo stock of dry
goods, and row oiler to tho public ti raro
chance for tho most excellent and satisfac
tory bargains. Theso gentlemen havo
met Willi great success thus far in tho
spring Iriulc. Determined to keep up
with tho requirements of tho public
and tho reason, thoy havo filled up every
available spacu In their establishment
with seusonublu goods. They can show
their customers any nnd overy article usu
ally found in flrst-clu' dry good houses;
and moreover, aro utile to retail nil goods
ut wholesale prices, The reason they can
do this, is that they make nil purchases,
from first hands and aro not obliged lo
pay n profit to middlemen ; they innko n
satisfactory margin on all goods, while
tlieir'pntroiii reap the udvutitugo of this
orraiigement. Miliars. Goldstlno it Rose
water do not mako this insertion simply
to draw custom. Thoy invito tho public
to call and exatiilno for themselves, Thoy
consider it no trouble to show good', nnd
callers will llnd all questions answered
with checrfuliie's and alacrity.
Cheapest and iiest. Mr. Whitcomb's
Syrup fur children is sold by druggists nt
25 cents u bottle, nnd is an admirable
preparation for infantile disorders.
Buy tho new Fire Proof Lamp chim
ney of 1. 1). ,fc Co. 1-1 72w
A cottago on 12th stroot
rooms, clstorn and out
For cheap Oiconswaro go to Parsons'
Davis & Co. 4-Uaw
Flno Wntor-Coolcrs nt Parsons, Da
vis & evs, -i-nsw
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
Steamer. Where from. Where lo
Steamer U.S. Turner, New Orleans.
" Kato Kinney, "
" City of Qulncv, St. Lotii.
" Rover, '
" City of Chester, Memphis.
" W. II. Brown, St. Louis.
" Mollio Ebert, Pittsburg.
" Great IVpublic, Nuw Orleans.
" Jennie Howell, St. Loui.
" Dtvenport, "
" Illinois, Columbus.
' .las. Flsk, Jr., Paduciih.
" Wilson, Now Orleans.
Steamer II. S. Turner, Cincinnati.
" Kato Kinney, Louisville.
" City of Quincy, New Orleans.
" Rover, Pittsburg.
" Citv of Che-ter, St. Louis.
" W.'H. Brown, "
" Mollio Kbert, "
" Great Republic, "
" .lenniii Howell, Cincinnati.
" Davenport, 11
" Illinois, Columbus.
" .Ins. Flsk, Jr., I'aducah.
' Wilson, Cincinnati.
" Tyrone, Nashville.
1110 ML'X'DV COAL.
Steamboats supplied at uny time, both
day and night, with cither lump or chct
nut coal, in any quantity, nnd on usual
term, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts ollered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bok ee, Gcr.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-Ift-ly.
condition or the rivers.
Hero thu ri'.er commenced fallinc
At Pittsbtirt; tho river is reported still
stationary. At Cincinnati tho Ohio is ru
ing with 30 feet in tho channel. At Louis
ville tho river is still falllnc with 15 feet in
tho eaiul und 13 feet In the chute. At
hvnnsville thu Ohio is rising slowly.
Cumberland river is still fulllm? fmt
with plenty of water on Harpeth Shoals.
Arkunsas river continues fullinu with ti
feet in the channel. Red river is rising
fast. I ho Mississippi river remain on a
aland with u ten foot channel to this place.
Tho II . S. Turner nnd Kato Kinncv.
each towing a barge, passed by for Cincin
nati with light trips.
Tho City of (Juincy cumo out wanting
freight and of course sho found it hero and
filled out her trip.
The Rover passed up for Pittsburg with
thrco burge loaded with iron oro. Sho
mudu but slow headway against tho strong
Tho Mollio Ebert camo in from Pitts
burg with u very good trip for St. Louis.
Sho put oil" several tons here.
Tho Greut Republic bad u big freight
trip and quite u number of passengers.
Tho Jennie Howell hud a loud of iron
oro for tho Ohio river. Sho wont around
to St. Louis tho other day t) loud for tho
Arkansas river, but meeting witli poor en
couragement ns do till outsido bouts sho
had to abandon tho trip,
Tho Davenport passed up for Cincin
nati with 11 a fair load, nnd on hor arrival
there sho will tuko hor plaeo in tho Gin
c'umatl und St. Louis express lino.
Tho .llm Fisk brought down a big trip,
consisting mostly of tobacco,
William J. Hamilton, recently onglneor
of tho T. F. Eekort, fills tho aauio position
on tho tow boat Iko Hammit. Hiram
Hill, tho diver, is waiting for something
to turn mi or down. Jack Anderson arid
Jim Totten are in town Idle and would
like to tuko u trip on soma boat as star
gazers. Uy Warner Ih now permanently
located on tho ferry boat Cairo as englti
our. Capt. Alf. Jlannon still handlo tho
Motitnuk and Sandusky likewise the
IIUSINKSS AND WEATHER.
Thorn was a fair amount of business
dono on tho tho landing yesterday. Tho
past week was 0110 of activity, nnd a largo
amount or freight wu handled, Tho
weather was clour calm and cool.
The undrlcncd hna fe .L .t in,
pries, a fino horsonml
quire nt tho Cairo Cllv Wharn.n...
Otir Homo Advertisers.
.V. MATIIUM. t. H it...
MATHUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Xo. 94 OIIIB I.KVKK,
MILLER & PARKER,
FO RWARDING M ERCH ANTS,
DEALERS IN KLOUR, CORN
Outs, Hay, etc.
AGENTS kor FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLS.
CHy Niilloiinl Hank linildlusr.
A.Hpeeial attention paid toorderi Irom steam
oats night or dav,1
Fresh stock of "silver Plated Castor
J. M. PHILLIPS &, CO..
Hiirccsri. lo K II. Hendrlck. k Co.,)
Forwarding find Commission
Liberal Advances mr , upon,
Are prepared to recive, .Lire am orwar l
freight, to all ,oiiiUaod bey ami
.ell on commission,
ariiM-ln--- atteudeii i nromptlv
STRATTON .V HUM).
(Sunr.Bor- toftratlon, llmloon A Clark.)
WHOLES ALIO GROCERS,
COMM ISSION M EROHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
JOHN U. i'HILLIS & SON,
(Succe.ors to Jno.U. Phillip,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
H. M. II 1 1 L EN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
Ami Dealer Forcigu FruitH and Nuts
No. 134 Comniercial-avc.,
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
COM M ISSION MERCHAN T,
fio. 70 Ohio I.eve.
C A I It 0, ILLINOIS.
rTspcolal atteution given lo consignmei,
CLOSE Si VINCENT,
DEALBES XlfT LIMJ3
Cement, Platicr Paris,
PL A ST Kit KH'8 HAIR,
Comer Kli;htlt Nlre iuu! Ohio Levee
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Kult-a or freight.
To New To
Compressed f 85 HI
UncnnnrrnHt,l 1 14 1 s
To .New Yorrf per bbl.,... JJ
To lloston Per bbl " " ' '
Prom u 'ro to.
M.V. er ton
Corn, iwr cwt...
uhi. pr vwi
Pork, per bbl.
f 9 1
0 00 a m
an a 1
, 60 1 ta
1 76 I U
Prom Cairo lo
coal uu per '
rouaoco is r h
am, v i.-ww.