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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1872.
will govern the wrl"' ucr"
ure of peaei.ger lrln at Clroi
amrf-Mail trela. dally.
. , ki.tt Amv-0-
jmn i ' i m .. n
,3:IS p m.
llk.uar.rAr from Cairo to Bt. Louis. No
fbtUf i'e.i from Cairo lo Chicago. Elegant
rrag Rooti sleeping eara on eight Irains.
a(- cheeked l all tmportaot points.
Clrk mt Use Rriprense) Caart.
Wo arc author ted to anuounce Iho name o' It.
A. I). WILIUMK4, present Clerk of the fupreme
Court, 8okthrn Grand Division ol Illinois, a
candidate for re-election.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will maka three; trip, daily.
At T . ..j.in. At 1:30 -.J.ni
it tl .m. At 1:30 ............p m.
At 4 30.....p.m. At ....- p.m.
Far Men way. " n'" ?
Will Ian. ,wha Halted, at any good tulenn-diate
aati.g or paaaaaRtraor irriK'.i. """
CAIRO AND I'ADUOAH
The splendid Meamer
Dosat 3UEDLEY, Capt,
AM dlro Ullitf. (Hl'tliyi excepted) at 4
Be. fir IreUhlor ni.i anolt onhoardor
JanStf JAH MALLUKT, Ag I
DR. J. U. SULLIVAN,
OFFICR-Over M. J. McGatilet'a dru
nurcflni. f!n.nmflal avenue an
teenth etreel. 3-3ttf
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. D.
DEtflbdAbfc No. 21 Tmrtee.ih itteet.
JlV tweeu Wahingion avenue and Walnut strut.
vmwu.uomnifTCWiHKUF! up eiaira.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RRSIDKNCE-corn-r.N'inth aud Walnnt ft
iti.- co ner nxth atroet and Ohio levee
Omce houre from a.m. lo 12 m., and V p.m
Having completed the necessary repair of (he
81, Nichols. Matnou and added two tiovr billiard
tab'es, Mr, Many Walkur wishes to Inform hla
friend, that, on tliooeo alon of rc-optnlng hla
establishment, he Will spread a
WEDNESDAY KVBMIKO, Al'BIL 24TH.
"Kverybody Is Invite t. It.
H, WAKDNER, M. D.
nCUDKNCK Corner Mneltenlh etreel and
XV "Turlington avenue, near court house or.
kva over lh postomce. Office hours lo to 12
a m. and 2 to 4 p.m. Janleif.
R. S. BR1GHAM, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
BBBee, 1M Coaamerelal Avtnnr,
Especial attention pa d to the treatment of all
Chronic IMsta ea, l.tulmr
ALLEN, MULK.EY & WHEKLER
COrjNSELriRS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, )
Joha U.Muikey, I CAIRO, ILMN0I8.
MrPimcatar attention paid to river and ad
OFTICE-Over Firtt National Bank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN tt GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H. Green,
wuium n uiii
Otnoia. attantina Riven to Admiraltr and
omcB omo lbvxk, booms 7 awd 8 otbb
CITY NATIONAL UAKK
FOB SALE, ) E"flai. i FOR SALE,
' I Vrx ale I
FOR SALE. J Forrtaie 1 FOR SALE.
Fare from Livirpool,
Fare from Locdcndkbrt
Fare from Ulahouw,
Fare from Uubkmmtu'wm
10 CAIRO, ;::::::: 48-
daSorn, dorru A Ca , nenta.
Livarpool ewTolk and Phlladrlphia
ara coKvaacr wivn cmvid itavu amp aitvun
For Carrying tne Mailt.
POR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcaTBta taroaaarioH
APPLY TO JOUN O. DALE, Aot,
14 Broadway, NVw.Yotk, or to
M. at up,
Waahlngton Avenue, Cairn. noli, ji
11. II. Cunningham, from
this date, (April 23d,) has put
down the price of Best Brands
of Prints, including all styles
of Dolly Vardens, to Ten Cents
Heavy Brown Sheetings to
12 1-2 Cents Per'.Yard.
Joseph's Celebrated Kid
Gloves, One Dollar Per Pair.
English's Best Needles, Five
Cents Per Paper. Best Pins,
Five Cents PcrPapcv.
Clark's and Coat's Spool
inrcau, seventy coins per
An Immense Stock of Car
pets at the Very Lowest Prices.
All other Goods correspond
Come and See for yourself.
Now is the time for Bar
rBOOREff! OF THE WOBK. ALL UOIKO rOH
WABD. LOOK OUT FOB TUB LOCOMOTIVE
WHEN TUE HELL M.NOS.
Work on tho Cairo and Fulton roiut
Is progrcwlng in n very satUfttctory nirin
nor. li It completed und dally trains run
over It from Littto Ruck norihwnrd to
Llttto Red river, a dlstaiico of Ilfty-two
mllot. In nlno montlii it will bu finished
lo Jucksonport, Arkansas, and in ono jenr
bo completed to Cairo. At this end tho
road ills nearly finished from Cairo to
Charlcstuwn, Mo., and the engineers nru
busy driving tho grade stakes from
Cbnrlottown to iho Arkansus lino. The
Commerce (Mo.,) 'Dl.puteh' says :
Tho engineers left Cbnrlestun on Mon
day and wo hear of thorn being at Sikcs-
ton on Wednesday. Tho road is unatr
contract nnd work will bo commenced on
it Immediately. Wobolicve that tho route
Is settled beyond doubt, nnd will run on
Its old lino, via Clmrlostowu Kid Cairo.
We had hoped, and confidently believed,
that it would strike tho Mississippi river
at Commerce, but certain Influences wero
ngalnal us und we have lost the advantages
tins greut llrjroughfara would hnvo given.
Hut tho benefit to South. East Miwourl is
tho same. Tne wonlthiest portion ot Scott
county tho" Richwood nnd Rig Prairie
portions will soon loom up into weirlth
and prosperity, andSlkeston will undoubt
edly soon become tho big town of Scott
county. Wo can congratulate our Irlends
of Sikeston und surrounding neighbor
hood on tho prosperous future that uwait
thorn. They had just boisun to feel the
beriifitsof tho old Oulroand Fulton whon
tho war camo on nnd loft them without
any col. vonint outlet for their productive
wealth. A new life will draw from the
counties of Scott, Mississippi, New Mad
rid, Dunklin, Stoddard, Wuvno nnd Rut
ler." CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS R. K.
The contractors for tho construction of
this road ha'vo obtained all tho nionoy
necessary to assure its construction, have
purchased nourly enough iron, several
locomotives and n number nf passongor
and freight cars. Tho work on tho ruud Ih
to be first-class, and it is tho determination
of interested parlies to make it U model
road of its kind. We have every roason
to beliovo tho cars will run through from
Cairo to St. Louis beforo the end of the
THE CAIRO AND VINCEXNKH R.It.
Mosrs. Winslow und Wilson nre'iot al
lowing the grass to grow under their feet,
but ure, with their uccusiomed vigor, nu.h-
ing this enterprise, so important to the
prosperity of Cairo, to completion with
Wo havo information of tither impor
tant roads to bo built to this city as soon
us money and onorgy can build them, but
wo nro not at liberty to bo moro explicit.
PaBlteallem OMe, Bsslletlss BallaUssa;,
F. D. MtXVORD l'roprlcto
eci'ia oaio uvzt axp atcoan T.,
lhe Only Hr$t-Clau Home in the City
THE BULLETIN .
Tho undersigned hat for sale, at low
price, a fino horse and spring wagon, In
quire at thu Cairo City Wharfboat.
4-Utf. MAT. CLARK.
EXCURSIONS KENTUCKY BLUFFS.
The ferry boat, during tho present high
water, will extt nd her trips up Willow
Creek to tho Kentucky Ulufft, leaving
Cairo at 8 a m. and 2 p. m.
This will bo a very pleasant trip for
families and picnio parties. 4-Mtf
fMT Bacz axe conveye.
nd from the Depo
CAIRO fc VINCENNES R. R. CO.
J he annual meeting of Stockholders ot Cairo
A Vlncenoef railroad will be held at trie office of
the cowpaay, in Cairo, llllnoia, on lay, tlx
23d day ol April, for tne purpo." 01 eiecuog ui
rectors for tho eneulpg vear, and f r any other
busine.a proper to come before such meeting,
a-nltd. A. B. BHBN8IDB I'reeldent
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN BANK
RUPTCY. A MalfBM of K. K. Hall Co., Lankrupte, I
will offer al pubic auction at the oouri iiouae
door IB Ike eltjr of Cairo, lllinon, on Wednesday,
tbr e'ghth day ol M-y, A. V. Mdi, cormencl.ig at
teaoVlock, a the following deacribed prop.
"lllu nu'mlred Ihirlr-aeven (37.) Ihi'ty.rlgl.t
iH.jmim- ine ijaa)uioriTtv,i hi t ",
Mrra niigni ioe,j in
Ih o.iy of Cairo, wild
ibii ruveaasaia Ihereoa. eoaaMMIng of rourlene.
seat hoot Ac. fens', oa iblrd cah, aud
kalanee In an el or twlta flJ asoatha Hh lien
HOW THE NEW REVENUE LAW WILL Ef'
FECT Li. HOW IKK AhHEHSM ENT WILL
lib MA1IE AND THE TAXKH COLLECTED.
The following will not be uninteresfng
to tho tax payers of Cuiro: The new
revenuo law which goes into effect
on thfl first day of July next, pro
vides that the corporate authorities of
cities shall on or before tho second Tues
day of August, annually ceitlfy to thu
clerks of tho county courts the several
amounts which they require to bo raised
by taxation for corporate purposes ; and
the clerks shall fix tho rate necessary to
produce thu amount required,. nnd extend
the same on the books, to bo delivered to
tho Town Collectors In counties under
township organization, and in other coun
ties to tho collectors nt county and stutu
taxes, wnoao duty it shall bu to collect and
pay the samo to the pernon authorized to
receive tho city taxes.
Another provision of tho law provides
tLut special assessments levied by author
ity of cities, remaining unpaid, shall bo
returned to the collectors of stnto and
county taxes on or before the first of Fib
ruary annually, to bo collected by him.
From tho above it Is very clear tliut
there is no necessity for City Assessors or
Collectors of tho city taxes for tho year
1672. It is tho duty of tho County Clorks
to tlx the rate to bo loviod for city purposes
on tho assessment for State end county
purposes, and hand over tho books with
the rate so extendod, to Town Collectors
In counties under township organization,
and in other counties to tbo collectors of
Stats) and county tax. Taxea cannot bo
collected on any other assessment, nor by
ny other person than thu officer author
ised by the revenue law In collect the
Mrs. Dr. Tracy Cutler will preach in
tho Alhenoum on Sunday evening, April
28tb, 1872. Her subject will bo tho "Chris
tian gospel and woman." Mrs. Cutler is a
regular mlnistor in tho Congregational
cnurch, and hns lectured in tho lamest
cities of both Europo nnd Amorira nnd
whenever she has been heard rho has been
regarded as eloquent, scholarly and lady
like. Tho public is invited. Admission
"acknowledge the con.v."
I "The man that make, hit tne
What he hla htart would make,
Shall of a corn cry woe,
And turn flla eleep to wake. 'Shoktptart.
Dr. Kendall is still at tho Delmoniro
hotel, and meets with great success. Tho
testimonials of our first citizens hnvo been
Klven to him for tho ex
traordinary cures' of corns nnd
bunions of Iho tnoit "inveterato"
kind, without pain, cutting or tho loss of
blood. Ilo will remain during this week.
At tho hotel thoy have, ono and all, had
their bunions romoved. A word to tho
wise will suffice. Qo and sco tho drctor.
It is conceded nobody denies It the
vote is unanimous that William Alba
hns the neatest nnd most cosy harbor shop
in me city. As it well-known to every
man who has a beard and appreciates a
painless shavo tho shop U on Comnn-rclul,
nearly oppotito tho Athenoum. It may
bo interesting to tho ladies to know that
Mr. Alba has provided a room for their
especial accommodation, In which thoy can
havo their hair cut and dreiscd without be
ing disturbed by tho prying eyo or noisy
tonguo of tho public. Children may be
sent to Albn, with tho assuranco that ho
will cul their hair and tako goodcaro of
thorn at tho lowest quotablo.halr cutting
Harry Wulkcr always docs n lunch in
tho most excellent style. Ho knows
what is palatable to all well-regulated pal
ates, and has tho "help" which enables
him to dish up all tooth.otno viands in tho
best manner of the culinary art. This is
nil well-known to all who know anything
about such things, and thoreforo whon wo
nnnounce tho fact, that Harry will spread
a grand free lunch to-night In his splendid
nowly fitted up saloon, thoro will bo quite
a nutter among all lovers of good eating :
and tho men who havo not yet learned the
beauties of temperance will bo unhappy
all day, longing for night liino and a drink
of Walker's host. This is wrong. Tho love
of liquor is a passion wo dosiro to dls
countenance, but wo must any, that, if a
man will drink, ho will loso nothing by
drinking at Walker's, but then hn
shouldn't drink at all, becmuu -wo don't.
However this is neither here nor there,
but tho lunnh will bo thoro to-night, nnd
wo havo been authorized, at a reasonable
prjee 0c, n lino-to invito tho public.
Mr. Nowcll, of tho I.Q R. R. was In
tho city yestorday.
Uundly in St. Louis, nndtl. U. Plants,
superintendent of St. John's coal mines,
was in Cairo yesterday.
Tho rcmnrkabto chilliness of tho Inst
fow days has created considerable unwell
ncss in tho city, but no sickntss.
Tho Hickman OJd.Fcllows havo sig
nified tholr Intention to glvo Cairo Odd
Fellows, who propose to visit them next
Friday, a cordial greeting.
We have, perhaps, no.nghl to mix in
tho mccting'to-morrow, but wo advlso our
Liberal readers to attend It. They may
henr that which may do thum good.
At Bulletin Orrici:.
Thero will boa meeting of Iho German
School Association at tho school houso on
Fourteenth street on Wednesday evening,
April 24th, at 8 o'clock. Members and
friends of tho school nro invited to attend.
2t F. KoRsmkyer, Sce'y.
Call nnd cxnmlno for yourself. Tho
patronage of tho pulic is sollcted. Tho
City Shoe Storo are having n great run
for Rrolaskl's lino goods, which they aro
selling for less than common eastern goods
arc sold clsowhcro. Don't fail to examine
their stock which is romploto nnd stylish.
Mrs. Culler Is a femalo pfencher, out
on a mission, and resolved to instruct tho
peoplo ot Cairo next Sunday night on thu
two-branched subject of"Tb. Christian
Scriptures and Womun." It has not been
revealed to us, whether she is n would-bo
votor, or whether she is liberal or other
Rov. Fred L. Thomson has returned,
as we predicted ho would, from his south
crn trip mucu improved In health, una
desires to sco his entire congregation, pres
ent ut prayer meeting this evenlrg. It is
especially desired by Mr. Thomson that
tbo members of the official board shall be
in nttendanco nt the meeting.
Swan & Co.,
Oroldo and Milton Compound
Cutlery, l'lnted Ware, Fancy Urxvli, Ac
83 Ohio Levee,
4-'J31m-. Cairo, Illinois.
Our river reporter asserts that the
nigger who was benten by tho mate of tho
Continental on Monday, decrvcd every
blow ho received. Tho reporter concludes
that therefore tho fine which wus imposed
upon him was unhist. This is not at all
logical reasoning. Tho reporter then pro
ccods to uso n few Dourbonic words about
It Is vaguely rumored on tho streets
whispered by fcurful Liberals on tho
cornors, with omnious head-shakings and
threatening gesticulations that Mr. Munn
in the servico of Mr. Grant, will seek
to crcato a divurslon at tho Athoncum
to-day. Ho will leek to throw a fire
brand Into the convention, and it may be
in tho shapn of Mr. Lincgar's nose.
There have been reported sovcral new
cases of small-pox during tho past few
days. A young doctor, lately entered tho
practice hero, is down with tho dUoase.
Thoro is also n, new case on Twentieth
street, near Commercial avonuo, ono on
Twenty-seventh street, betweon Commer
cial avenuo and Poplar street, and ono In
tho "burracks." Thu houses in which
tlicso cusctaro, havo beon placarded.
Dross, nnd Stockfiuth, and Alba,
Schwanitz and Echbacb, will visit Me
ttopolis next Monday, for tho purposo of
aiding in the establishment of a lodge of
Gormnn Odd-Fellows at that place.
Their wide-spread reputation for serious
ness, gives us tho assurance that they will
do nothing that could shock tho most
scrupulous senso of prof sty. liotwenn
meals, thoy will indulge in nothing
moro sinful than devotion.
Tho warm days of Summer aro np
proaching, when we shall ull bu pestered
by annoying mosquitoes and hopping
fluus, but which will bring along with
these trials the luxuries of ice cream and
soda water. And whoro shall wu go for
either Ice cream or soda wutor but to I'tiil
roup's. Ho is already furnishing both
these delicacies to inquirer", and we can
iimuro all tho public that they aro tho
bust of their kind oxtunt. His snluon, on
Commercial nvenue, is nently fitted up
for tLo uccommodation of ludles and
children, and no Improper characters nru
ever permitted to enter it. The attend
ants ure polite and very attentive to their
duties, and parents may entrust their
cLildrcn to their euro without uny misgiv
ings of uny kind. 4-il-ml
Dr. Rendn.ll, reputed to bo tbo most
suuecssful living operator on bunions,
corns, and diseases of tho nails, bus arrived
in Cairo, and will bo found, for n few days
only, ut tho Delmonieu hotel. Thu Lynch,
burg 'Virginian' speaks of Dr. Kendall as
Fifty dollars reward will ba paid for
tho recovery of tho body of Benjamin
Rolack, supposed to havo been drownod on
tho morning of tho lClli Inst., at tho foot
of Eighth street or '2b dollurs will bo
paid for any information which may load
to tho recovery of tho tame. Ho whs u
dsrk mulutto, nbout llvo reel eight inches
in height J woro o moustache nnd goatee ;
hud n litrgo figure tlirco of silver sowed
on the Insido of tho lappol of his vest.
Information will bo gladly received nt
Buerwart, Orlh & Co's, No. 130 Commer
cial avenue, or ntH. Meyors' tobacco storm
Ohio Lovcc. d"t
"It Is not permitted to n woman under
tho benign influences of it reform munici
pal government to bocomo drunk, Laura,"
said ills honor, Judge Shannessv, to
Laura Robinson yesterday, "audi must
consequent' fine you SI and costs." Lau
ra, went to jail.
A gentlemen whoso given name, it
Tom, was also charged with drunkenness,
but tho proof fell short of tho mark nnd
ho was dismissed.
Mr. John Corcoran, who on most
occasions would blush to uso a lurh word,
in aoino unexplainablo mutiiier lost his
balanco nnd indulged in If wu may so
ox press it n largu number of offensive
language. Tho 'Squire, who cannot toler
ato tho vilo of tongue, assessed aguiust
John it lino of $5 and costs.
Mr. Michael Connelly, who is said to
be ii lineal descendant of tho man of his
tory who turned tho other cheek when
tho other was struck, in n moment of sple
netic rago superinduced by bad ltquon
broke forth yesterday into a torrent of
bad words ; mid when the gentle olllccr
laid his gentle hand gently upon Miku s
gentle shoulder, that gcn'.lcman shot his
right out from tho shoulder. In default
of S10 ho wus committed to the cure of
Only ton cents per day for $1,000 pol
Icy in tbo Life Association of America,
Caul L. Tuo.uk,
Special agent. Office in Parker & Blake's
paint store. 4-Htf,
For .cheap Queens ware go to Pariont
Paris yCo. M72w
If man's mortal enemy should go in
search of means wherewith to lorturu him,
wu doubt his ability to find or invent n
system that would produce such refined
torturo a is oxpuriuncud by thosu who aru
unlurtuiiutu enuugli to havo corns or bun
ions. Having komu idea of thu sutl'oriiigs
of our follow. mortals from those cause.,
wo feel as if wu were doing them a favor
in recommending Dr. Uoudall to thum,
Ho is tin Englishman, ui.d comes among us
with thu highest recoinmondutions Irom
tho medical und surgicul fraternity of his
country, ulso with testimonials trom the
scientific of our own, Tho doctor is now
stopping at tho Norvoll Huuse, whore per
suns troubled with thesu tortures can find
instant relief without pain or loss ut blood.
Wo speak by thu card, and van soy thu op
erntlon Is literally as ho stutes instanta
neous, efllcuclous, and without pain.
Cheapest and DEsT.-.Mrs. Whitcomb's
Syrup for children is sold by druggists at
J5 cents a bottle, and is an admitnblo
preparation for Infantll'o disordors,
Go to tbo City Shoe Storo for Gent's
" custom rnndo " Hoots, Prince Alberts and
Jersuy Tios, of Utost styles. 4-17tf
Crumb Bushes and Fvi. new stylo, at
P. D, & Co.'s. 4-1 72 w
Mohcav Kw.tlan, April 22, IS'i,
The market has beon fairly active to
day, notwithstanding the scarcity of re
ceipts, which has tonded to depress trans
actions In Gruin fur sometime back. Oats
and Corn aro In good demand ,but receipts
continue very light, and prices range- high
Wo nolo an ndvnuco in Hay.
Tho weather is clear and pleasant.
Correspondents must bearjn mind that
our insido figures represent prices In round
lots from first hands, und outside figures
prices for sales made in small lots on or
FLOUR. Rest g'ndcs aro firm, quiet
and unchanged. Thero is no demand for
anything below XXX. Sales wcro
1000 bhls Various Grades fC 00010 SO
CORN. hltuisscarccand unchanged
Mixed is in fair demand, with a light stock
In tho market. No enquiry for shipping
purposos. Order demand is fair. Sales
1 car Whito In bulk on track..
24 .Mixed in tacks doU
800 .acks "
4 cars " " on orders
800 sacks While "
150 " " del
200 " " " on orders....
1 car " " In sacks
OATS. Aro unchanged. The market
is In tho same condition as tho Corn mar
ket, thero being no demand for shipping)
while the order trado is fair. Sales were
4 cars Northern in bulk on track... 37c
1 " Southern III., del 43c
300 " Northorn " 43c
3 " Mixed in sacks " 43c
2 " " Southern II)., in sacki
7 cars Galena in sacks dol 44c
'2 " Mixed " on ordors 44c
HAY. Is in modoratu demand at a
slight advanco on our last quotations. Wo
note sulei of
H cars Choico Mixed, del... $23 00'J1 00
1 " Trime Timothy, del.. 23 00
- " Choico Timothy, del. 23 00'J4 Oo
3 " Choico Timothy, on
track 24 rjo
1 car Gilt KdguTimotliy,del. 24 00
BUTTER. In good demand nnd ex
tremely seurce. Sales were
10 pkgs Good to Ciioicu Roll 25c
20 pkgs Choice Solid Packed 2Gc(2.27c
EGGS. In fair demand and firm nt
quotations. Wo quote
CHICKENS. The niarkut is fair nt
previous quotations. Sulus were
00 dozen Mixed ?3 604 16
5 coops Mixed $3 0v4 20
MEAL. Is fuirly active and prices
rule as pruvlously quoted. Wo note sales
400 bbls Steam Dried, del 2 85
60 " Steum Dried, in small lots
on orders a 00
300 bbls Steam Dried, "Evening
Star," City Mill 2 00
FKOVISIONS.-Thu markot is dull
and prices uncnunged. Sales wero
1 cask Smoked Hums
1 " Clear Ribbed Sides,
3100 lbs. Bucon Shoulders
100 " " Hums
C00 ' " Clear Sides
FRUIT. Is fiuld. We ouoto-
10 boxes Oranges $5 50
10 " Lemons (j rjy
600 Cocoa Nuts per hnd 0 00
Common Home, per dot
Cnolce to Kstr "
,......3 nolo 3 7&
,..... ("1 to 4 M
Ueeawai - 3lTilljr .'
fttsipsra sssssl Hjrs-ssa,
8UGAK NewOrleana primelochoice II lo I2
vonee A 1 ii
Cruahcd and Powdered...... 1S It
(IrunnlAtfil 1IHIO 1.
HYHUIH-Cholce . 0to
fit Orleans new suiooj
(lunnien.....lsU lo I llurlapa....... '.flUr
twine Twit e Hemp...vs to jot
Twine Flax I GOu I
.TIo7U Dry Flint..
... . - . .
....... iw.j, i .... nail,
oree n Calf V ItUiKalJ I riheepnelm ea
.. 9 loll'
Kanawha per bbl,...2 2J rulry ,,r , jj
Imperial 1 lOtolloi Ounpowder
UoIonKUiauklUUto 1 3u Young tlya'u t 10 to 1 it
J ..o to 3J Lagnayra.
Kio, prime to choice .
i . s-ssvIeisMsa,
LAUD lu tiereea per Hi
In kega '
HAMS Sugar cured " , m.
Hhouldera baton " .
t' dry nalu
" ""on tn i
Clot.r, per lnnn
Iiinouiy, per uumii'I
I1KANDV lleonc'ay per vM Left....
j. unfile ' "
Caret per cane
H lifl.it neu
II Uh Wine
r, omun ui
, 1 Ml.i 3 M
, 2 2.i 10 3 H
. s to i it
Kalea r frclstst.
To New To
Compreaed ...........JI ot
Unrntnpreaird 1 It I M
To New Ion -r bhl..... 1 oe
To lloaton ner bbl ............. 1 7S
r'rom La'ro to-
Corn, i-r cwl
. -"-. .... ..
I'otatu.a, per W
Applea, per l.bl
I no) m
5 From Cairo to I?-
Coal Oil per
i'oIjboco r h
wt.wx . ...
.umber l oa.
- - - .
" dry salt
Osslotta ana FatMoM,
..27 to tc
Oulons, per bbl3 Si Potaloe., perbbi J 00a3ai
Onlen aen.per buihsl m.......".? 75
New York Cba.lnre t0
Steamer Annu, Red River.
" II. C. Ynei;er, New Orlentii.
" Dwighl Nuwciimb, I'uiahurg.
" ben. Ander.on, Teiinc'ieo r.
" Mnlliu Ragun, Cincinnati.
': ltismurck, 'ow Orlpiins.
" R. K. Lee, New Orleans.
" Bellu St. Loui, Vlcksburg.
" Dick Kultun No. 3, l'ittburg.
" Chas lludniHtin, New Or lean'.
" Crescent City, "
" M. K. Furaylh, New Orlriin.
" Potomac, Cincinnati.
" Minnlu, Little Rock.
" City of Chester, St. Lr.tii?.
" Alico lirown, 1'itt'burg.
" Jim. Fisk, l'ndurab,
" Illinois, Columbia.
.Stenmcr AnnnV Cincinnati.
" H. C. Yaeger, St. lxiui.
" Dwight Newcomb, New Orleans.
' Ocn. Anderson, Nuw Orleans.
' Malliu Ragon, ArkuiHn River.
" llianiarck, St. Louts.
" R. E. Lee, Louisville.
" Bellu St. Louis, bt. Louis.
" Dick Fulton, No. 3, Nuw O'ns.
" Cuaa. liodmaiiii, Cincinnati,
" Cretcent City, St. Louis.
" Smnkv City, New Orlean.
" N. W. C, Casoyville.
" Potomac, New Orleans.
" Minnie, St. Louis.
" City of Chester, MemphW.
" Jim Fisk, l'uducah.
" Illinois, Columbus
yawl out for a pilot and George Pirns-
Hn.ll. . .. .. n
"" waaiuo lucky man.
Tho second mato of tlm .in.. fvn.
nontal was errostod nnd lined for boating
it nigger, who dcsorvcd.ovory lick ho got,
nnd moro too. Tho nleiror wa . .1
vo In his lnngui.L'0 toward tl... m ,i
thoso who saw It say that th0 mnte'dono
only what wus right j and for doing so he
iau to pay a iino wuicn was certainly uiv
tut. It will soon bo so that a whltn ont
look at a dirty abusive nl.'gor without be
Ing liable to arrest.
Capt. Conly nnd party arrived from tlm
wreck of thu Occanus yesterday and re
port no oodles found. They ravo tho
banks and overy drift nilo thi-v founfl a
thorough search liut tholr eflorts availed
nothing. Capt.d.nly says that there msy
bo somo bodies among tho wreck but If
them Is they nro covered with mud nnd
Frank Hundley, theobllglng casblci, and
FraiiK Walsh, the unable clerk of tho rail
road wharfboat, aro now In St. Louis on a
trip of business. They aro expected back
In a few days.
H. B, Plants, Supt. St. Joseph coal mine t
was In tho city yesterday.
TfcSr-C. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that ho
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that he is dey
tcrmincd to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ity and cost.
C'lljr National Baak Baillellaia;.
."peelal attention paid tnordera Irom "learn
nata night or dav "
DIO UlTJiY ro.v L.
Steamboats supplied at uny time, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, in uny quantity, nnd on usual
torniH, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts otlurcd on fuvorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
I). A. Bokee, Gcr.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 2-16-ly.
CONDITION OE THE RIVERU,
Thu fall in tho river continues und is
daily gaining mpidity. Thu fall yester
day was nearly ono foot.
At Pittsburg tho river Is steadily declin
ing, with no prospects of another rlsu.
At Cincinnati and Louisvilio thu Ohio
continues fulling. There is twelve feet In
tho canal and ten feet in the chute.
Cumberland river is fulling steadily
with seven fed scant on Hurpeth Shoals.
The Arkansus rivor has six feet in tho
ehunnul und steadily on tho decline.
Tho Mississippi is falling again with
ubout fourteen fuel in the channel. The
decline In that river will increase thu full
in thu Ohio at this point.
11USINES9 AND WEATHER.
Thero wns a fair 'imount of business
transactol nt the landing yestcrduy.
Tho weather wus cleur und spring like.
Thu sun shono brightly nnd tho atmos
phere wu pleusnnt.
Tho Gon. Anderson hud a barge loudoi
with lumbor and staves. She discharged
33,000 stuves nnd a'lot of otbor freight.
Tho Mullio Ragon hud a full trip for
Arkansas river and added coutidcrabh
freight hero. Since her lust appearance
here slio has been sold und will run from
Cincinnati und Arksnsns river.
Tho Blsmark had a fair load for St.
Louis. It was reported she would go up
tho Ohio river, but Capt. Spano sayi ho
had no such intention.
Tho Anna camo in from Red river.
She it will bo remembered was sunk in
that rivor, and raised. Slio had hur re
pairs dono at Memphis.
Tho Mary E. Forsyth returned yester
day morning from New Orleans nnd will
loud Immediately for a return trip.
Tho Potomad passed down with a (ull
trip of iroigot, and a largo number of
Tho Crescent City and barges wont up
early yesterday morning, for St. Louis,
Sho is tho only boat belonging to tbo
M. V. T. Co., horo at present.
Tho groat race-horse. Bob. Leo, arrived
from New Orleans nearly light, but had a
fair passongor trip. Sno went up tho
Ohio river nnd may go as far Louisvilio,
Sbo had on board sovoral flno racu horsoi.
Tbo Dodmann had a fair freight list for
tho Ohio river.
Tho Dwight Nowcomb, Dick Fulton
and Smoky City, passed down with tows
of coal. Tho Dwight Newcomb sent br
Wire Window Screen.,
Sponge and Hip batli,
Chamber Pails, HraM and Enameled
Kettles, Britanla Ware, Coffee and Tea
Pots, Hair Wiro and u general assortment
of Slumped and Plain Tin Ware.
Last, but not least. Charter Oik
Cooki.no Stovea, to l bad at low figures
C. W. Henderson's,
190 Commercial Ave.
Buy the new Firo Proof Lamp chim
ney of P. D. & Co. 4-1 72w
The Ohio A- MiitWsippi RailroadViH
tako passengers to the Cincinnati conven
tion round trip, from St. Louis, for $10.
From Odin, tho same.
W. 11. Hale,
General Ticket Agent.
Flno Water-Coolers at Parsons, Da
vis & Co's. 4-172w
For Sale. A cottage on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. TUOBNTOM.
Ir you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated,
havo frcqnont headache, mouth tastes bad,
poor appetite, nnd tonguo coated, you aro
suffering from Torpid Liver or "Bilious
ness,'' and nothing will cure so speedily
und permanently nt Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. Sold by all druggists.
Inkantk. The most irritablo and rest
less of these tender llttto household buds
aro charmed as it wero into quiet and
swcot repose, by using Mrs. Whitcomb's
Wm. Alba has removed his barber
shop two doors below Paul G. Scbuh't
drug store, where he will be found to
gether with bis brother Conrad swinging
his sharp razors as usual. The shop Is
fitted up In splondid style, and a loom set
apart for the accommodation of laa
who wish to havo hair dressed or rut.-'
Fresh stock of Silver Plated Castors
at P. D. & Co.'s. 4-172w
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
100 Mile lite kkorttat Hottl.
Klabty satllea ItaeBtterteat Batste
TO ST. LOUIS.
NO CHANOE OF CARS
I'KOM CAlHO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO,
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cleveland. Nlageia " .
also the only direct reula la
Omaha and all points north ant.
Elegant Drawing.Roum Sleeping
ON ALL NKUIT TRAINS',
Baggage Checked lo all Important Points,
Kor llcaeta aud Information, apply at I. C. R R.
Depot at Cairo; on board the Transit Steamer
b:iween CidumMit and Cairo, and at the principal
R, K. Ticket OSIcet throughout the ttoulb.
W. P. JOHNSON, Oen'l Pass. Ag'l.Cuicago,
A. MITCHELL, Oen'l. Hup'l, Chicago.
J . Jaaaeaa, Aftat, Catra,