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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1872.
TIMITAHL Of THE ILLINOIS CENTRA
d aid depart-
....-4ble ilt Mown the arrlre'
or of peeeirjger irln t telroi
Dtaarl Mail train. dally--Kipie...
m mid bi. Louis miorl Line.
. ..3; 5 p rn
Kch"Di''tffrtnfiro w M. Lotil.. Jo
hence p from Cairo to Chicago, Elegant
rr'i Ro"'n lPID. 00 'M ,"ln,
iggMte cheeked t-i all imporunl point.
CAIRO AND CITY
Cairo Cite FerrvCompany, I
Cj.n. ill. . Anril IS. I7 1.
Notleqls hereby fiven that Ilia regular annual
meeting 01 Iht .tockh-ildere nf h t - roinpun)
wlllbeVld at the wharlina-ter i nffloe, comer
8I1 h Hired mid Ohio Iee, in lliincllr, on Hon.
dm. May em, IsTJ. ' 1" "Vl'ck .m lor he pur
poienf ele.lligern (7) director, to serrei llio
STUART & GflOLSON,
Will Open on
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
A largo line of New and De
Summer Dress Goods,
i and will offer them at very at-
I tractive prices.
Figured and Staple Grena
dines 20c and upwards.
I?MAnilt An1 A mtMtnnn T.ntna
ear. 30 rent.: M tlrkel. for tC. ncilUl imiimuiiu mi no,
WIIIU'i .when hailed, atany good luterin-uiaie .
tndmK or penKenor freight. oortitf. Organdccs and Percales in new
and beautiful effects; Linen and
Belfast Suitings, Whito Goods
and White Trimmings.
We will also offer a large
lot of Spring and Summer
In very choice styles.
Our Gantrio Kid Gloves, in
THE GRAIN TRADE,
A BAROE LINE FROM CAIRO TO NEW OR
LEANS BUOOESTED A MINT TO THE
ILL I. Vol CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY.
From the N;w Orleans Time., 8th Inst.l
In commenting on somo facta with re
gard to tho grain trade, n fow days since,
wo Miked If It would not bo to tho inlcrt-tt
of tho Illinois Central Railroad to cstab
llsh a iloo of barges from its tormitius at
Cairo to this city, which would cnnblo It
to givo through bill of lading either to
Now Orloana or Liverpool from any point
on lit routo at such low rates as would pre
ver.t the grain from being forwarded over
land to tho Atlantic cities and relieve
Chicago when her warehouses tiro filled tu
repletion and she has not sufficient means
of transportation by tho lake.
Will make, three trips duly.
LttTlXQ MOt ID CITT
At saw .. a.m.
At 1:30 p m.
At C .p.m.
At J . .-.....m.
At 4 30..... . p.tn
CAlllO AND PAOUCAH
The splendid -teamer
Doese Smkdlkt, Capt.
tea C'lro ikl'.f. Oitlty. excepted) at 4
01. er treunior pw P'l "n noar n or
J AS MALLtlRT, Ag't.
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
Ornufc vrer n. J. -iruauie) uruK iiurr, i , , ,
ne.r corner Commercial anue mo huh. nCW Shades', tllO DeSt C10V0 in
I this market ; every pair war
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D
nBSlDiJ.N-.No. M TBtrteMih "'wt. be- . , , &1 - .
om.v.-U Oomit.erclHUTenue.up etalm. ' " uepenueni line oi uarges oi u mvn, or
t' W niTWTVfi M n VC respectfully Solicit an takoa controlling amount of shares In our
TilairjriNCE-corn-rNinth and Walnut tts. . e ,.ii. I projwctca uargo line. 1 no loiiowing ex
Jh-e-yo oer nxih etreel and Whlo leree. UMlUllUUllUIl Ol UUT at-UUIX UUU . , , r Qm .j, iXrlbuno ' ltive some idea
llrfi hrvnvti.frimll tm (n 'l m . anil Q n.m I I "
prices, both Of WlUCh Will DC oi mo extent oi mo corn to oo moveu to
a mora dovout peoplo on tho earth than
tho Cairo pooplo. Strntigors, who do not
appreciato tho Christianizing influenco of
The Ulm.I.etin nro astonished by this
Edward l'nyson Weston, tho great
walklst, was In our city Sunday, on his
way to Vtcksburg. Ho took paago on
There will bo a meeting of tho German
School Association at the school house on
Fourteenth street on "Wednesday evening,
April 24th, at 8 o'clock. Members and
friends of tho school aro Invited toattond.
Jt P. KoKsmeyer, Scc'y.
The jurisdiction of the comity court
has been greatly extended by a recent act
of tho legislature. All cases of felony
A KAKK CHANCE FOR BARGAINS
RETAIL SALES AT WHOLESALE
Tho Chicago 'Tribuno of Tuesday says not nunlshublo bv death or Imprisonment
that tho storago facilities and tho tonnage n the penitentiary, will after the 1st of
oo.cago are .nauequaio to roceivo snu juyut,betllcil before County JuJgo
lurtruiu mu iiiiumiug vrui ui torn, anu JJrOiS
that owing to this and cheap rreights by
rail, a good deal of this corn which ued to
coino to Chicago, is now sent over
roads to the East, that avoid Chicago al
together, and that tho largo number of
new railroads connecting directly with the
great trunk lines to the East, are diverting
tt great deal ol grain from tho Illinois Cen
tral. If, however, that wealthy company
haJ offered cheap through rales to the
Gulf, this diversion might havo been pre
vented, and a continuous stream of pro-
duco been kept up over its road to Cairo,
and tbenco by bargotothis port. A lurgo
part of tho stock in tho Illinois Central is
hold abroad, and the owners of the Liver-
Tho Democrats of Cairo are almost
unanimously in favor of tho policy of
supporting tho Cincinnati nominees who
evr they may bo. Wo havo however
hoard a few declare, but in n very wcBk
manner, that they would not Mippurt
Sumner or Fred. Douglas.
Call and oxamlno for yourself. Tho
patronago of tho pullc is sollcted. Tho
City Shoo Storo nro having a great run
for llrolaskl's fine goods, which they aro
selling for less than common eastern goods
aro sold elsewhere. Don't fail to examino
their stock which is complete and stylish.
Jack Winter promises to becomo tho
pool and New Orleans lines of steamships WnlM of tfae j, dhcont9Dt hcreft.
wou.u uo wen to snow tno iintisn siock- bouU of o,(1 hedovotetl him!t.,f to tho
holders what an immenso advantage it hu, .,nfnnW.. iln i, ,iftvn,Iirr
would bo to tho road If thoy could divert hmldf t0 tho nluo True, of tho RepubH.
to the Gulf any considerable portion ol . . . k . . ,
. I. a 1 It 1 a X 1. If I '
wie irauu now nowing 10 aora. snJ ofl gon) w, ot ftVftH 10
these foreign shareholders appreciated this I, ,t m , th(J p(1,t H(J ,m, lleoUred
manor, wo iibvh no uouui inoy wuuiu in
duce the Boatd cither to establish an in
11. WAHDNEll. M. D.
RESlObNCr Comer MneUeoth street and I frnnrl ntt rnnti vn
thf.gjon eniie, near court huii.e. Of. loullu Utt-lUH
v oier lh iolotflce.
m m.mnu'i 10 p.m.
OIBce hours 10 to 12
R. S. B1UG1IAM, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OSBcc, 1M tommerelfcl At.ane,
C.pccUl mention pa d to tho treatment of all
Chronic lU.ra e. 4-lulm.
Publication once, Bulletin Building,
ALLtEN, MULKEV & WHEELER
COaNSELeiRS AT LAW,
Wlllltm J.Allen. 1
John U.Muikey, V
Samuel P. Wheeler..
sWP.rticuUr attention paid to rlrer and ad
OFFICE Orer First National Bank, Ohio Leree.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
war, and hai burned tho bridges behind
Win. Alba bus removed hU barber
shop two doors below l'aul G. Schub's
drug store, whoro ho will bo found to
gether with his brother Conrad swinging
his sharp rnzors as usual. The hop is
fitted up In splendid style, und a room set
apart for tho accommodation of lndli1
William H. Green, 'i ...
Wilh.m U Uilb.rt, J- CAIMO, ILLINOIS.
Mne.F. Gilbert, )
WSpecin. atunlion glten to Admiralty aud
OFflCI OHIO LEVEE. ROOMS 7 AND 8 OYER
CITV NATIONAL HANK.
FOR SALE, 1 FnrSale i FOR SALE,
' I Ft Hale 1
fOR SALE. J KoISIuUfOU BALE.
Fare from Livbrfool,
Fare from Londonderry
Fare from Ulasoow,
Vara from Uukkntown
TLO CA.IUO, ; : : : s 4 8-
iaflnri. Mor'i. A Ca
Lirtrpool MewToik and Fhllad'lphla
tit coxTaacr witm cnitku statu and lamia
For Carrying tu Mailt.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcarnta mrom.Tio
APPLY TO JOUN G. DALE, Aot,
16 tlroadwry, NVwYork, urto
WhlnTlnn Armvi, fiair". nnia. 51
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
F. D. REXFORD Proprleto
" oaio tiTu 4d irroHD T.,
7ne Only Urtt-Chu Huutt in J,C City
aW Enrage conrejed to Bd from the D.po
CAIRO & VINCENNES H, U. CO
'J he annual meeilox of Stockholder, ol Cairo
A Vincenues railroad "ill be field At the otliceoi
the eompaai', la Cairo, lllinoia, on Tnwlay, lh
VSd day ol April, for the purpoan of electing u.
ret tora fur the enaulnx vear, und f r any other
buaina proper 10 come before auch meeting,
tf-dwt. A K. UlUtNSlDK. I'reahtent.
L1I1EUAL MASS CONVENTION.
Liberal Republicans and Democrats of
the Eighteenth Congressional district of
tho Stato of Illinois, aro hereby requested
to assemble in mass convention nt tho
Atfioncum, in Cairo, on April 2Sth, at
o'clock, p.m., for tho purpoio of organiz
ing against tho present corrupt adminis
tration, and tho appointing of ten ( 1 0) dol-
gatcslo attend tho National Liberal Con
dition to be beld at Cincinnati, Ohio,
May 1st, 1872. By order of the
State Executive Com.
L. H. Byrne, Scc'y.
LIBERAL MASS MEETING
Liberal men of all political parties of
tho Eighteenth Congressional District of
Illinois, who are in favor of a reform in
the government of our country, are re
quested and urgently solicited to meet in
In tho Atheneum,
Thursday, April 25th,
at two o'clock p. m. for tho pur
pose of organization and the
appointment of Ten Delegates to at
tend the National Liberal Convention, to
be held at Cincinnati, May 1st, 1872.
Tho following gontltimen will be pros
ent and address tho masses, They havo
accepted tho invitation and there will bo
HON. JOHN M. PALMER,
Governor of Illinois;
GEN. HERBERT DILGERT,
Adjutant Gen. Illinois ;
HON. A. OLLENDORFF,
of Springfield, III.
HON. B. GRATZ BROWN,
Govornor of Missouri,
bus boen invited, but up to this timo lias
not rcipondcd. It is, howover, tho gen-
ira opinion that ho will bo prosent to ad-
vocato the principles promulgated by him
self, and which made the present isstio,
carried the great Slat,, 0r Missouri In it
and fleeted Mm governor by unusually
tho seaboard :
A great movement of grain from the
West is lust becinnine. which will reverse
tho present tendency of exchange, though who wish to have hair dressed or cut
probably not until tho tlow ot money to 4.3 1 m
Tiit V..L tin. i1inn llm ati-ilf murt?i.t n I
.. .O...W h.... ...V ..-wo. .. 1l.
sir i 1 iiiiuij uusiik; tj3 n iiiiu mv
A woll known banker of DesMoincs, live than usual yesterday. Andy Harris
Iowa, slates that a contract has just been I convicted of drunkcnnes was lined $1
cnierc.Jliuo .or u momanu care, io 00 wt.lol. Ln t,l,l Sim I W... for tho .amr,
loaded ns last as tho cars can bii furnltlK.il. I . .. .. ,
The rjraln Is to iro via the DeaMoine onenso, tiatu to .nr. nnnnncssj a iikc
Valley and Toledo and Wabash ro.uls, on 1 amount ; Bill Hamilton for beating hi
through contrac . lo t, cw lork, at 11 low wf0 was sent to tho calaboom twenty
rale of fueighl. Ibis contract Indicates I , . .,, v . ,i
n. ..,n..,iubl.ln,nni. .,f nt,t inn linn ,lHi9 i B"d John Montgomery, for being
bushels of corn, u very considerable pro- both drunk and disorderly, was fined $5
portion of which would have como to and costs, being unablo to pay which h
Uhlcago tr there was storago room ror it. was ,cnt ur) for tBn j0..5.
in . 1 . .. t ..r.n u.... .... r-.t..i.. I J
IT ui.u ucnr in iuiiio uumi itcr.vj tiuiii.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN RANK
RUPTOV. Aa a'alfnax of K. K. IUi t Co., lunkruiil., I
III efftr at pul'l c .utfoh at the court lioii.e
do..r in the city of Cairo, lllinoia, on Weine.la,
the t'ghth oayol M ), A. I). lT.,co mncncliiK at
tanoMuvk, a.m., the IuIIowihk de.unbea priip
Li. numbered thirtjr.seren (:rf,) thl ly-elght
IU,)lhirl- Ine ;Janw forty lu, In M ck 1 urn.
bend aiitt-eiKhl 114.1 in the c.ty i( Cairo, cih
imi ruiaii en', thereon, coaa stlnti ui luur tene
ment hou.ee Ac. lerm", one third ca-h, and
kalanre In ix ej or twtlre 12J montln with lien
HTEPIIKN K. JONES,
ci,- n, . Aaalgoeauf E. K. 11 ALL A CO.
Oa'ro.llli , April 1IT1.U
N. L. WlCKWIKK,
P. G. Sciiuii,
J. T. Renxie,
Committee of Arrangenieiits.
Tito ferry boat, during tho present high
water, will extend her trips up Willow
Creek to tho Kentucky Bluffs, leaving
tairo at H a m. and 2 p. in.
This will bo a very pleasant trip for
furaillcs and picnic partlea. 1-Htf
The undersigned has for sale, at low
price, a fine horse and spring wagon, In
quire at the Cairo City Wburrboat.
4.14tf. MAT. CLARK.
contracts for corn from the central parts
of the stale to flaw lork by rail.
Tablo Cutlery at P. D. & Co.'s.
Wo print Dolly Varden cards nt Dally
Remember tho first of May stato and
county taxes. 4-17ri&w.
Squire Shannossy presided in tho po
lice court yestorday.
Tho business of the circuit court yes
terday was unimportant very.
Bock boor Sowed on Sunday for the
flrtt time this season in this city.
Tlo 'Sun 1 has knocked suvoral chips
off our shoulders lately, but daren't
Thero was a dearth of local incidents
yesterday, and nothing to mention on
Sunday and yesterday tho weather
had in it tho chilliness of the early or lattor
Rector Wolis, of Mound City,
preached at the Church of tho Redeemer
Tbi blowed-up Mexican of Galigher's
mill will not, probaoly, die. Ho was not
Go to the City Shoe Storo for Gont's
" custom made " Boots, Prince Alberts and
Jersey Tics, of lutcst styles. 4-17tf
Dr. Brigham has removed his rcsl
dunco to Tenth street, three doors west of
thn residence of Mr. C R. Woodward,
Methodist Episcopal Church Sociable,
at tho residence of W. H. Robertson, cor
ner of Twenty- ourth and Walnut streets,
this (Tuesday) evening, 23d Inst.
Tho outlook of Cairo was never as
bright as It is at present. Tho good timo
coining, alter which wo havo all been pin
ing for so long, is about to como.
A largo and select invoico of Bro
laskis warrented homo made, Ladies
misses, and children's shoes and slippers,
just received and on hand at tho City blioo
Tho Llboral meeting in tho Athe
neum Thursday nt 2 o'clock, will, it
is said, bo addressed by Palmer and other
distinguished revolutionists against cor
ruption and bad government.
Tho prolimlnnry trial of Hurrison
will probably occur as soon as tho girls
can bo induced to leuvo. Tho thing is to
bo carried on in tho stylo of .Major Dag
stock's actions "slyly, d d slyly."
Stuart Si Gholson nro rushing bus),
nsss and havo made up their mind to mic
coed. Their place, which is becoming very
popular with tho public, is on Commer
cial, noxtdoor toTabor's jowolry storo.
Barclay Brothers propose to fit up
noxt door to Budcrs' ono of tho finest drug
G0LDST1NE & ROSENWATER,
Messrs. Goldsllno fc Rot on water, dry
goods dealers, Commercial avenue, have
tcly rccolvcd u very large stock of dry
goods, and row offer to tho public a rnro
banco for the most excellent and satisfac
tory bargains. These gentlemen havo
met with great success thus far in tho
ring trade. Doioroiined to keep up
Ith tho requirements of tho public
mid tho season, they hnvo filled up every
iiviillublo space in their cstublUhiiicnt
with scasonablu goods. They can show
their customers any and every article usu-
lly found iu first-class dry goods houses;
nd moreover, aro ablo to rotall nil goods
at wholesale prices. Tho reason they can
o this, is that they muko all purchases
from first hands and aro not obliged tu
pay a profit to middlemen ; they muko n
atisfactory margin on nil goods, while
their patrons roup tho ndvnntngn ol this
rrangement. Messrs. Goldstlnu & Rose-
water do not muko this assertion simply
to draw custom. They invito tho public
to call and examino for themselves. They
consider it no troublo to show good, and
callers will find all questions nnvered
with cheerful ticss nnd nlncrltv.
cleared yesterday morning. Sho had to
wait ton days before sho could load at St.
Tho Grand Lake No i passed down
Sunday, with a largo tow of conl.
City National Bants BalletlM.
.Hpeclal attention paid In orders Irom tlentn
oat. nlKht or dar."
Wlro Window Scrccnx,
Sponge nnd Hip bath,
Chamber Pail", Brats and Enameled
Kettles, Brllanln Ware, Coffee and Tea
Pots, Hulr Wiro nnd a general n'sortmcnt
f Slumped and Plain Tin Ware.
Last, but not lenit. Charter Oak
Cooking Stove, to bo bad at low figures
at C. W. Hr.NKKitso.v'!,
n.27mld I'M Commercial Ave.
Buy tho new Firo Proof Lamp chim
ney of P. 1). & Co. 4-1 72w
Mr. N. P. Curtice, formerly of Roches
tcr, New York, has located in this city,
und will givo instructions in vocal nnd
piano music. Mr. Curtico comes to us
recommended as a gentleman of fine ac
quirements und irreproachable character.
Wo can assure tho public that ho is not,
as a Into music professor who afflicted us
WR, a charlatan, or "dead bent, ' but a
gentleman who tukes prido in his pro
fession and has a character to maintain.
At tho Methodist African church of
this city, two full-blooded negroes, fresh
from Africa, attracted much attention.
They havo boon at Washington, whoro
thoy wore entertained by tho President,
who has sent them on a political mission
to tho South. Whilo here they received
distinguished attention from Mr. Linegar,
who represented Mr. Munn, the Presi
dent's intmnl revenue man. Wo may
probably bo permitted to remark that
President Grant is an old fox. He Knows
how to manage tho colored brother by
coaxing. Tho sword answers for the white
Mrs. Swandcr, on Commercial ave
nue, iu thu Atheneum building, is offering
unusual attractions In tho way of spring
and summer goods to tbo ludies. Her
stock is composed of new goods through
out, and every urticle is fashionable, cheap
and handsome. Space forbids the mention
of all tho articles which Mrs. Swnndor of
fers to her customers, but among f'om
may be found bats, bonnets, flowers,
French and American, ribbons, laces,
fringes, cmbroiderirs, hosiery, Indies' nnd
childrcns' plain trimmed underwear nnd
suits, infants' laco setts, nn elegant assort
ment of kid gloves, jewelry, nnd notions
of every kind, Theso goods were nil se
lected pcrsona'ly by Mrs. Swandcr, and
nro offered to tho public at prices lower
than they can bo bought clsowhcro in
this market. All goods marked in pluin
figures. Call at once, ladies, and' sectiro
beautiful goods nt low figures,
Thoro is very considerable excitement
among the Truo Bluo or Blue Truo Re
publicans of tho city over tho defection of
so many of their partisans. Mr. Bradloy,
who seems to tako tho rovolt of tho Liber
als most to hoart, lias hud several inter
views with Gen Munn, and has assured
him that for n very small consideration
Gen. Grant could bo ussurod of tho faith
ful ndhorenco of his llttlo flock to tho for
tunes of tho hero of Vicksburg. Col
Linegar has boon, in vuln, seeking for an
interview with Rev. Mr. Shores, who de
clares ho cannot be duludcd by such thin
men as thoso who lead tho Rcpuoll.
ean party of Southern Illinois.
Ho is made of sterner stuff than they
think, nnd only waits to eo how tho
noblo Charles Sutnnor will go to go tho
samo way also. Capt. Popo has boon
wasting his expostulations on Scott, who
does not propose to declare himself until
GERMAN LUTHERAN SCHOOL PICNIC TO
RE HELD IN THE FLORA flAKDKN,
WEDNESDAY, MAT 1ST, lri7,J.
Speeches and it concert will be among
tho attractions. Ice cream, lemonade,
coffoo and other refreshments will be
furnished in nbundtiticc. Tho garden w
bo renovated expressly lor this orciiion,
and tho managers will exert themselves
to make this flm May picnic tho most
plcaant and cnjoyablo ono. of tho season.
The public nro respectfully invited to
attend nnd enjoy ibciiuolves und thereby
contribute to a good cause. Ticket '-) ct;
II. C. Till KI.KCK K.
Conunltteo of arrangements
Tho warm days of Summer nro ap
pronchlng, when we shall nil be pestered
by annoying mosquitoes and hoppln
fleas, but which will bring along with
theso trials tho luxuries of Ico cream am
soda water. And whero shall we go for
cither ico cream or oda wutor but to Phil
Saup's. Ho is already furnishing both
these delicacies to inquirers, nnd we cn
asuro all tho public that they aro th
bcstoftholr kind extant. His saloon, on
Commercial avenue, is neatly fitted u
for tho accommodation of ladies and
children, and no Improper characters are
ever permitted to enter It. Tho attend
ants aro polilo and very attentive to thei
duties, nnd parents may entrust thei
children to their caro without any misgiv
ings oi any Kinu. 4-ll-ml
Parsons, Davis & Co., scll"Wosten
holm "Knives. l-17'Jw
-Only ten cents per day for $1,000 pol
icy in tho Life Aoclation of America.
Carl L. Tiioia,
Special ngent. Office In Parker & Blake's
paint store. 4-lltf.
For cheap (jocuiiiwnro go to Parsons
Davis is Co. 4-l72w
-The Ohio A: Mlsiiippi Railroad will
take passengers to tho Cincinnati conven
tion round trip, from St. Loui, for $10,
Irom Odin, thn same.
W. B. Hale,
General Ticket Agent.
Kino Water-Coolers at Parsons, Da'
vis & CVs. 4-172w
For Sale. A cotiago on 1'Jth street
containing 7 rooms, citern and out
houses complete. Applv to
V . W. THORNTON.
Iln Halt.. tike
Sheep p. II. ea V.
Our Home Advertisers.
ajUMHIMMon AMU aVUHWAHBIllU.
Z.D. MATIIUSS. . c. tint.
MATHUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Wo. OHIO LEY EE.
MILLER & PARKKIli
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLS.
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO..
(8uree..nr. to K II. Ilendrlrk. A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
W H A RF-IIOAT PROPRIETORS
Steamer N. W. 0., Caseyvillc.
' Idlewlld, Evansvllle.
" J. U. Blgley, Pittsburg.
" Henry Probasco, Cincinnati.
" Coal City, Pittsburg.
" Continental, St. Louis.
" Jim. Fisk, Paducab,
" Illinois, Columbus.
Steamer Idlewlld, Evansvillo.
Henry Ames. Now Orlenns.
" J. H. Biglev, 11
" J. A. Wood", ''
" Henry Probasco, St. Louis.
" Wm. Cowen, "
" Coal City, New Orleans.
" Continental, "
Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
II Idea I
Green W lb 7 to 1 I Dry flint
Cnreil J Icill'; I lln
CureC " U In UK
Kanawha l-r tl.l..2 V, I lulrr it I.M V
Imteria! I lUto 1 to I r.unDoader
UolnnctnacklVUfi 1 .nil Touna: llt.'n 1 In to I 4S
Jara ..3(c to 3.1 1 L2niyra....,...tf to Ve
Rio, prime to i.-holce... ........... ....il to2.r
Union and I'olate,
Onions, per tibl 1 I I'oteiw., per bbl1 i1a3
Union eel., per hu-h-l 1 7i
New York Cheshire i tu i
Common House, per dor. .. ! .V)
Cnoice to Kitra " ......... Hi to 3 7S
8. u. u to & iu
Beeswax and T allow i
Heeswai .Y) Tallow ... ..
LARD In liereea per Hi .......... Sto
In kega .. loU to
HAMS Sugar cured " ,UK no
Country " ... . in to
Hhouldera bacon " . CV;
" " dry .alt 4
CHar.l'le. IWon 6' to t
" " dry aalt... Vf,
og-ara and sty r ana.
8COAR New Orleana prime to choice II to lit
Iir A IMtilJli
CruaheU and lowdere.. 1IW .o l'
Oranillaleil . UWto 1".
SYRUI'S-Chnice uo to a,'
.Sew Urleana new eo to Cij
Oiinnie......lJ to 1J: I Iturlap... 23W
Twine Twit e lleinp.' to 3x
Twine Flax 1 Mc
S OOtuS to
i U.I I A
ma MUJinv roAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
dny and night, with eithor lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olythant,
D. A. Bokek, Gcr.'l. Stipt.
Sales Agent. 3-lo-lv.
... . , 1 i .
"iuri'8 in iniiiois ouou watnut counters,, ., , , .
' It n .un .1 it ( In niilaii h,..n. Ik . 1. i.
.4 tind I ..i.jjuion .uu.icj in niu JMUIl U IS
marble tons oiled walnut sholvos
urawors, and everything just as it should
The ccrmonlc m St. Josonh'a churoh
laitf'.unday were very solemn nnd im
presslve. High tnasj, with seven priests
officiating, was celebrated. In tha ov.n.
Ing lather O'Brine lectured to n im
Rov. Fred. L. Thomson, of the M. E.
church Is expected to aieivo at bom this
week. He is having a tine steamboat
ride, and will no doubt feel rofreahad and
ready for mora onorgetio work In the tine
yard when begets back.
T I , l. . ii , .
vuuituua wuru an crowaea on
Hunday. There is not, we veutura to say,
invited to pursuo. In fact, tho only firm
and detormlnod Bluo Trues in tho city aro
Linegar, Munn nnd Pope, backed by Ward,
who is the cheap coal and wood niun, and
by about a dozon other moderntely enthu
Cheapest and UEST.-Mrs. Whitcorab's
Syrup for children is sold by druggists at
35 cents a bottlo, and Is an admlrablo
preparation for infantile dlsordori.
Crumb Bushes and Fays, new stylo, at
aj. Cv sjo.s, 4-1. 2W
Fresh stock of Silver Plated Casters
at V. JJ. & Co.'s, 4-173W
CONDITION OP THE RIVERS,
Hero the river is slowly on tho dcsllno
and tho total full has been about 8 Inches.
Tho fall in thn river nt Filtsburg con
tinues. In the Monongahcla there Is 7
feet in tho channel und falling. At Cin
cinnati thero is 35 feet in the river and on
a stand. At Louisville tbo river is fa. ling
slowly with I I feet in tho cunul 12 feet In
tho chute. At Evansvillo tho Ohio is now
on tho decline ul a good rate,
The Mississippi river Is still rising
slowly nnd thero is a good channel to Si
lIUMNKSh AND WEATHER.
Thero wus as great an amount of business
transacted as thero generally is dono on
Tho Weathor Sunday and Monday was
anything but pleasant. A high wind pre
vailed, and at night fires tvero quite
Thoro wus flvu large tows of Pittsburg
coal passed down yesterday. Tho boats
that had them in tow wero tho Bouz, J. 11
Blgloy, John A. Wood, Coal City and
Tho now boat, Henry Probasco, built
expressly for tho Cincinnati and St, Louis
express line, arrived yestorday forenoon,
and was visited by a largo numbor of per
sons who pronounced her a llm-class boat.
Tho ferry boat Cairo, has been repair
ing hor crank. She will bo on thn rua
again to-day If nothing happens,
Tho Mollio Moore camo out wanting 200
tens freight and was accommodated with
enough to fill her trip.
The idlewlld cumo in at daylight with
a light trip.
Tho Htnry Ames arrived with nearly
a full cargo, and , filled out hero, and
Clour, pr tiu.nei ..
Timothy, per bu.hel
Wine and Llqnorai
BRANDY lleone-.y per pal l-l..... 7 la
J.gnett ,f " .. l t4
WIE I'ort 1 Mto 3 M
- hherry 3 Uto3 a
Calavha . IH
Caret per ca.ea s (K
IVHIHKY-Rectifled . . SS to I U
Kourboa 3 04
Kje M .. 1 71
W heat new J ft
High Wlne. . 1 01
Kale r rrela-nt.
To New To
Tork Bo. tno
Compre.aed.....! 85. ... . .11 ot
Unemnnre..; 1 14. ..... ol
To New Tor.; per bi4
To llonton rer bbl....
,. I 7S
From t.alro to.'
Flour, per bb..
Hny, per ton ...
Corn, per cwt...
Oat., tar cwt ...
Potatota, er U
appiea, per noi
rui k, iin uui h.
2 i "
3 i 3 ?
1- m From Cairo to lr 2
' i b
30) m Coal Oil per 1
w 8 t rooacco r h
vo 30 )tion per fcl 3 00
At in .umlierperM S 00 ISO
30 u .umber If oa. S 00
30 teaTrt-cwt SO V
MOAT NTS It EM.
o r. a i. c a in
Oun Levee : : Cairo, Ilu
naniraa ranarTLT rrm.rn
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
of erery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTts,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished oa etiorte at nctlc.
Comwercial-ov, bet. 10th And llth-sta.,
Literal Adtancea mi
Are prepare,! to receite, el.ire am orwaVil
freight. In all point, and buy ar.il
sell on comuii.aion.
arRu.lne.a attended to prompttr
STRATTON k HMD.
(Sucee..or toHtratton, llud'on A Clark.)
COM M ISSION MF.RCHAN TS,
57 Ohio Levoo, Cairo, Illinois
JOHN H. I'HILLIS k SON,
(Sueeemor. to Jno.B. Phillla,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, tic.,
Cor. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEV HE
H. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
Aud Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nuts
No. 134 Commercial-are.,
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 76 Ohio Iwr,
eTHpeclel attention glten to coneignmeh
CLOSE k VINCENT,
DEALERS 1 1ST LIMB
Cement, Plaster Paris,
PLASTERER'S II A I R,
(Corner Klgulli Ml reel and onlo'ave
General Commission Morchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO CITY COAL
(a prepared lo supply cuetnmer with tho beat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
QRDKRS lelt at Halllday Ilroa, office, 70 OHIO
LKVKK. or nt the Coal Tsrd below theHt.
" Will M'M e aVli
atUe ateamere at nT hour
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. OBKUT ek CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
vry lowest riraa, JIM0g engaged tbs aarTi
cea vi nr. uueia, wno naa naa many ycara
All kind, of Blndiniand Ru'log don at tbs
'. IT' .r'V' engama ins
IS 01 Mr. liUela. Who htkM h.i .n.n
eiperlence none of beat Hlndariaa arrft 1V..T.
to aupetlntend tr.ls oaiabliahment, we can con'
RdsBtly promise our patrons wora equal to (bat
of.tutT BUdry Id th wtst. n ,u '