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. THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1872,
ttttSTABLt or tsk iLUKoiR centra- B. n.
tud efuraundav, Mar 14th ml. the follnw
Ag litae-table will novrn the 'ri"1 rt''rt"
M of peaetajr.tr train l ilroi
Mri-Mdl train, dally f.S'S'
.Upre.t.d.ily Mi pro.
tape -. .W I' m-
Cairo and HI. Louis Snort Liar.
Arrive- 3:45 P m'
Baaau-t..... 12:30 a.m
efcaejre o'ea.t from Cairo to Chicago. Flnt
rrf " leptag ear en night iratnt.
average checked t all important point.
ATI! EN BUM HALL
Itrci night onl).
rrlflny mt nmnrdny .., .r 31
Kxerllng n l belying Cmretltioti
by the r am
New Orleans Ulgnntlc Minstrel,
Of twenty years' organisation.
Tim creat chief monr ha of mlnstreltv,
Cwmpoaed of n MpRlmrnt of Artlata,
n tli' I' twentkth annual auoceesful tour,
lntnli''lnff th-lr bulliant. various -pwilalllle,
Ti.o i ldrt. nioi reliable and larcet.
i-omplft tr.nn" tn exl'tene. Announcing a
C.rnlval Ento tfUnmeut lull nf merit.
Adnilnin uicen'e. Keservcd seal- TAcrntn.
r Tirana lor salo fit llartman -lore.
4m.20-.ISt 0 II. tlUI'REZ, Meager.
Publication oiHre, Bulletin Bnllttltia;,
Cairo, Ilia., Mny lit, 17.'
Ono hundred Dav Laborers and Station
Men on tho Cairo it St. Louis railroad, six
mile, from Cairo. Wages for laborers,
$2V-d"y; good nation work, 20 cents
yard. O. S. Davis, Contractor.
6-1 ill w.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trlpi dally.
LL.VtaaC.tftO I ttTlaOM0lKtitltT
At T.... ..-.a.rn. I At tM a.tn
At ll.......... J.m. I At 1:30 p m,
At M .-p.m. At ...... p.m,
Fare each way, SO cents', tn tlrket for 12 M.
Will lane .whan hailed, at any good lutcrin-iliate
aadiag or paaaengera or frefght
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Dome Smedlet, Capt.
taw Cilro f)ttf,V, Oinliy except"!) al
B. W,r IreUhtor p. apnit on 'board'
)tmr J" malloky, Agt
On Eighth Street, h-l ween Cnmmerjlal and Wash
ington avenue-, n aaiiy receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST sri'.INO AND SUMMER STYLES.
lie skin a full l.ne of
BOHSTITETS &c HATS
Trimmed ami untrlmmed,
FRENCH FLOWEI13, nilUlUNM, TRtStUI.NOS
of alt kind'. I.act, etc., (to.
a Inrxe anorlnicnt
Mr. Viaxo-1, 111, April 11, 1672.
SJiter Calrt Bulltttn :
Dtaa 8t Piea to announce me at a camll
data far Clerk of the 8uprm Curt, B"Utliern
Orand Invlal ot Illinois. Tlienrwronlllutlon
f)rTidta that the CTekn ol tho Supreme Court
ball hereafter be elected at tho November eltc
tlon, Instead of the Juue elet tlou aa I ereloro.
Tha aucrataor ol the prevent incumbent are
tobarlevlad rjl coming fll. but will not ijiulify
tiatll toe pretint trmi explro In 1673.
K. A. p. WII.UANKH
Mr. Mrftce ha nto
Fa .cy Article, such as
NECK TIE-". COM-AIH. VNOCRftLEEVES,
An I all other article tituolly lomid In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr. McQeo i wrll. known to the I.aHle o
Cairn and Ticmltt. ami hv itrlcl et'ent on m bui.
e hnpea f retain aivl add to th" patronage
.hiih tin been o lii-tTallv tejioed uion her
ASSIGNEE'S S,LE IN DANK
RUl'TCY. A ailgnee of K. K. lint ,t Co., btnkrupt, I
will offer at putl c auction at the rnuri linimo
door in the city of Cairo, ll.inoi, on Wdne.day,
th- e'xhth uyol M y, A. 0.187 , co mcncliiB at
ten o'clock, a m., the lollowmg dc-cribed prup
r'y. to w it t
L.H numbered thirly.t'Vfn (7.) thl ty.dght
1st,) thirty. Ine .ft an-' forty 40, in Id ck i urn
,erd mlwalghi iw.l in the city .f Cairo, with
imiToreii en' thereon, coj silng of four tene
tnent houea Ac. Ierm, one third ca-h, and
aalanreiii ixfi or twelve 12J montiia uith lien
HTEPHEN K.JON El.
AMlR-0-..r E. K. II ALL A CO
Cairo, III.. ApM 11, 1-72
Green A Gilbert attorney. i-1 l-20t J.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHOEST VAltlKTV ATOCK I.V TIIK C1TV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Klnet'enlli atreelnnol Com
A first closs shoo mnker by
Grccnwold. corner Seventh
Wnthlngton avenue, Cairo, Illinois
Yon can suvo
CO tier cent.
by buying your Wall Paitr at Ablo',
on Seventh street, opposito AVlntor'
Tho undcrljncd hn for s-nle, nt
price, n fina horennd 'print; wBon'
qulrunt tho Cairo Ciiv Wburfboat.
M4if. .MAT. CLARK
Wlro Window Screen,
Spongo and Hip baths,
Chamber I'alle, Hrnn nnd Enaineled
Kettle., Brllnnia Wiiro, ColTuo nnd Tea
Pots, Hulr Wiro nnd n general nsortmont
of Stamped and Plain Tin Ware.
Last, but not leait. Charter Oak
Cookino Stove.m, to bd bud nt low flgurtu
at V. W. I1E.VDER0.V !i,
3-27mld 100 Coniinortiiil Ave.
Notice. Prints for ten conU a yard
at the Now York Storo. -'S-dlt-wlt
C. O. PATI'H.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
iFFICE Over M. J. McOaulet'a driiK iore,
w na.r corner commercial nvruuo ami kikh
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
DEtitbrlN t No. 21 Thirteeuih afert, be
J twra,i Whinitioo avenue and WHlnut atre. t.
VttniiU iim'i'Trilvenue. up talra.
V. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OPJiriK.N'CE-corn-r.Ninth aud Walnut at,
IV01i'a-co ner Mxth trcel and Mliio leveo.
Otioe houn from 6 a.tn. to 12 m , and 9 p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
pESIOtNCH Corner Muct.eoih atreet and
XV Vihi"gton Htemio, ne- court homo Of
Ota over th- iiooorUce. Oftlce hour 10 to 12
a m. and 2 lo 4 o m. Janlntf.
R.S. BRIGHAM, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
bate, ISO Commercial Avenue,
peclal attention pa d to the treatment of all
Cnronlc H.ea e. i-lulm.
C. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that he is de
tormined 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
vty and coat.
R. 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
2 1-2 Cents Per JYard.
Joseph's Celebrated Kid
Gloves, One Dollar Per Pair.
English's Best Needles, Five
Cents' Per Paper. Best Pins
Five Cents Per Paper.
Clark's and Coat's
Swan A: Co.,
Oroide and Milton Compound
Cutlery, Plated Wnro, Fancy Good., &c
83 Ohio Levee,
l-23lm. Cuiro, Illlnoi.
Notice. Choice Coffee, 4 pounds
51 00, at tho New York Store.
Tho warm days of Summer nro np
pronchin, when wo fhall all be postered
by annoying mosqultoo and hopping
fleas, but which will bring along with
theso trials tho luxuries of ico cream and
soda water. And where shall wo go for
cither Ico cream or soda wutor but to Phil
Saup'f. lie is already furnishing both
these delicacies to inquirors, and wo can
assuro all tho public that they nro the
best of their kind extant. IIU suloon, on
Commercial avenue, is neatly II tied up
for tl.o accommodation of ladies and
children, and no Improper characters are
over permitted to enter it. Tho nttend
antt aro pollto and very attentive to their
duties, and parents may entrust their
children to their caro without any misgiv
ings ol any kinu. 4-ii-im
Popo Is suro tho Cincinnati conven
tion will not bo much ol n shower after
Porter's team ran otf yesterday nfier-
noon, nnd frightened Wmhlngtoii avcnuo
out of its propriety.
Jeo Ware, Kq., of iloncsboro, and
F. E. Albright, Esq., of Murphyiborr,
wero in tho city yesterday. Court, you
Mr. Jno. P. Gamblo returned yester
day from a vl.it to tho homestead of tho
Gamblo family In Pennsylvania. Ho
enjoyed the journey hugely.
Rev, Mr. Shorts, ono of the Liberal
delegates to Cincinnati, hope to meet hlsi
friend Mr. Charles Sumner nt tho conven
tion to-day. Mr. Shores has promised
Mr. Winter an Introduction to tho great
Mogul of human rights.
Wo don't know what it means, but
wo got this through tho post offico :
Mary hi lrt little iHtnb,
Itwa ked aim g Okoberly,
A id lookeil ro .nnncenl and cute
That ho died It Jf hnnr Oberly.
Mr. A. M. Cundllf, of Union City,
Tcnnese, np old citizen of Cairo, is In the
city. Ho reports buslncs brlk away
down in Tennessee, and himself glad to
meet his old friends away up hero In Illinois
Tho Mny day festival nnd picnic of
tho Gorman Lutheran school to-dav should
bo kept carefully In mind, and everybody
should attend it. Hacks will run all day
and take tliosu desiring lo visit tho gar
den out to it frcu of oxpenso.
Perry Powers hns his llvcrv stable
now in full blast. Perry is energy per
sonified. Ho cannot bo put down to stay
When you are stirett ho is dono for do is
always about ready to pop up ns full of
life and pluck as a gamo rooster.
jir. .icwtu iieox was in tlia rilv on
Monday. Ho is not ono of tho liberals,
and decries tin- Cincinnati convention nt
the top ot hi? voice. Ho Is particnlarlv
sevcru or. Charles Francis Adams but wo
won': tell that joku on him.
Our good friend, Mr. C. Lame, who
wiis complimented by tho questionable
honor ot ihu chairmunshlp of Uuj Alextm.
der county Fideral office-holders' cunvwi-
tion, denies emphatically that ho endeav
ored to imitato Caleb Cuhliig as n prid
ing o Ulcer.
Tim post-nlllco will bo re-moved into
the custom house building in about four
weeks--certainly within six weeks. Mr
Seasc, considering tho cmbarassinciit9 he
has labored under, has pushcJ Ms work
through with great rapidity and in th
most workmuti-lik.; ma.incr. Ho l, it is
true, a strong Grant man, but a Urn class
gentleman for all that.
Gladnoy Is u long suffering darkey, or
ho would not patiently tako tho all'ront
tho radical office-holders' convention put
upon htm on Monday, when It mndo Hill
Scott a dolegato to Springfield and Glad-
ncy only an alternate. Rut, then, Wood
ami ine ouicr oitl boys know bow to put
the political ring In bumbo's noo nnd lead
him into unpleasant pastures.
Col. Wood hu, wo think, little re
spect for tho great republican party ol'
Cairo, slnco ho was so far forgetful of its
dicnity as to desiro to mako tho darkvv
THE JACKSON It. R,
THE LITTLE KENTUCK1AN,
No. 63 Ohio levee, is 7te place whoro
they keep tho freshet fish and gamo, and
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty,
five cents. Open day and night, at nil
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Parsons, Davis & Co., soll"Westcn
holm" Knives. 4-172W
Notice. Dolly Var'dcn Slippers,
salo at tho Now York Store.
Buy tho new Firo Proof Lamp chim
ney of P. D. & Co. 4-1 72 w
U.uc i out of the clerk', r ttice nltSK,,1'
Countv Circuit C urt In the Him., r if," '."."
again! your.tMie, returnable on ibefirn
day In tpnl, l7. n the it of Tl.oina J v!!i
niiini n i,,r inA anin t.i mi fi ft 1
(era!, winch vrit ba t-ln . xecii"L nil!,',,
auit la now indii! In rid , uun. n i... ...
thai I appear n the return day the eo', juo-iii-i,i
wi . w i au'i in. Kami tin-
i v. II. rn, tn., ir'l'ium n KiiHWr, lll It
de It with acceding to law Iiatel. Map li Uib
arz. wun.- n, iiah.-iar,urrk
Allen, Mulkey A Wheeler, ati'i lor Lmtit!.
Thread, Seventy Cenls per
An Immense Stock of Car
pets at the Very Lowest Prices.
All other Goods correspond
Come and See for yourself.
Now is tho time for Bar-
Ilaving removed my boot and shoo shop
to iho north sido of Eighth street, between
Commercial avcnuo and Ohio lovce, oppo
site my old staud, I invito all my cits
turners to call on mo in my new quartors.
whero I shall keep on hand and manufac
ture) all kinds of custom-made boots and
shoos, nnd guarantee in tho future, ns I
havo dono in tho past, to givo good work,
good stock, good fits and perfect satlsfuc
Urn. THiLLir Baucjh.
Stuart & Gholson are now offering n
very largo lino of Summer Dress Goods tit
very low figures. Wo nro not offering
"bites" on a few leading articles to attract
trade, but wn aro selling all goods nt as low
prices as any market affords. Wo arc re
ceiving novelties overy week. An inspec
tlon of our goods and prices is respectfully
Notice. Twcnty-Uvo dozen Ladles
trimmed Hats. Latest style, at ilio New
York Storo. l-'Jo-dlt-wIt
A. N. Chene., defendant, I notified tint on Hi
inn aayiunarun, imz a writ or Htiu'lunent a
l.auen out id the cl ik' ottice, of the Ah land
County Circuit Court, in tho Kta'o ol lilino.
agaln.t your c.wte, retiiruabln n.,ihflr-i Sinn
day in Apr I, 172, at the tun of Jt-nm V. Ci-mi
00, plaindrl, lor Ihc -urn ol $JC 9nd aicrulny
IBiar.X, which rit ha been executed, b.I ajl
uit la now pending in said ccuil. Ualeyou
alall appear on the return day thereof, Ju.igmen
will ba eatcrrd giit you, aud the i('nihei
a rviMl Ineaid cue reoulreil loantaer, ami li.
dealt with according tola. J 'Met Man h I ill,.
172 , JOHN Q. IIAKMAN, Clerk,
All n. Mulkey k Whelor, alt'y t lor pUinlill,
A. X Cheney, defendaLt, is nollfled thatun lit
14ih day of Maroli, 1S72, a w It of atoviliment w
I'.u i oui of in clerk' office of the Aloiandei
C uaiy Circuit t ourt, in the State of ll'inoi
dK .i10",' . returoableon the flrt Hon
TVoa?ir, t. "iMl l "'a ult d Nat .ao M
rtsrrad la said ci?. V ,?.d.in '".?'
BARKER & BLAKE
have the wmi gtock of waH
paper, borders, decorations,
&c, ever brought to Cairo,
and are prepared to uo ,,ttpor
hanging, Kalsominiiig, paint-
ing, &c, on short notice,
and at prices that defy compc
. i V 1
ution. can and examine
their splendid line of papers.
All work warranted, and
satisfaction guaranteed. All
paper purchased of them
trimmed ready to hang, free of
Stuart & Giiolson aro offering a very
attractive lino of Whito Goods, consisting
of Corded Figured Piques, Victoria and
Bishop Lawns, Jaconets, Tarlatans, etc
Wo aro also offering a very la-go Unit of
Whito Trimming tit prices that cannot bo
undereold in this market. 1.2sd3,
Kill Scott, tho keepur of a low down
6aloon, tho ehairmun of tho republican del
cgates from thi county to tho radical con
ventlon. But then wo should not forget
that bcott Is ono of Wood's tenant, and
soft soap of this kind muy bring obout
prompt payment of rent.
ilio tecum! parlor concert of tho
eastern series, will ho given at tho rosl
denco of tho lon. D. J. Baker, Fifteenth
street, on Thursday oventng next.
.Ladles who huvo consented to contrib
ute to tho entertainment.nro Mrs. Halllday,
.Mrs. L,nnsdcn, Mrs, Schlesincor, Mrs.
Sackctt, Mrs. W. B. nnd Mrs. M. F. Gil
bert and Miss Pitchor. Prof. Cur. Ice,
Mr. Coan and Mr. Morris nro also ox-
pected to assitt.
Wm. McIIalu, Esq. hold on inquct
yesterday upon tho body cf n dead man,
found lying atthoedgo of tho Mississippi
river, about nlno miles from tho city. The
verdict wa, "that tho said unknown man,
supposed to bo about thirty-llvoyenrs old,
and uvo feet eight inches high, camo to his
death from causes unknown, but supposod
to bo ono ot tho victims of tho sieamer
Occanus. Woro jeans pants, woolen ovor
and undor shirt, cotton drawors and woolen
"ocks and whito apron." Undertaker
Ftiith bnriod him outsido tho levee, near
Mr. Dougherty, tho very able but too
zealous editor of the .fonoaboro 'Adver
User,' was in tho city yesterday on a bus!
rest visit. Wo regret to inform tho pub
lic that .Mr. Dougherty is eunio.tly
opposed to tho Cincinnati movoment, and
intends to exert his abilities to crush it
C C I Till.. r
uui in ouuiiicrii Illinois, no can see no
morit in it. Wo havo heretofore been
somewhat of tho opinion thut tho move.
ment was n rnthor largo thing, but since
our cimveriatii.il with Mr. Diugherly,
who has a mind tdngularly acute, or rather
a mind acutu oirigularly, If mind it mnv
bo called, wo huvo beon wandering in tho
mazy Intricucles of doubt.
WHAT A NKW.ORLKAN8 TAPER KAYS
ABOUT Till! 110 II. IT ISA 1'IXED KAOT.
Ktom Iho New Orlenn Plcynae, April 29.)
Tho negotiations which havo been pend
ing for somo llmo between Col. McComb,
President of tho .lackson and Mississippi
Central railroads, nnd Mr. John Newell,
President of the Illinois Central railroad,
wero consummated yctcrdny, and tho
tnrougli connection to Chicago 1 now a
Tho terms nro substantially tho aiiio ns
those published by us on n former occasion
Col. McComb Is to build a new track from
Humboldt lo Cairo, a dlstanco of ono
hundred nnd fifteen miles, nnd put his
whule road in tho most perfect order.
The Illinois Central will build tho bridgo
Mr. McComb hns nlrendy purchaied
tho Vlcksburg Press nnd other property
on tho river front from St. Joseph to
Oalennlo street, at n cost of .--00,000, nnd
will there locale his freight depot. Ho
will nlo cxtcntl his track to tho elevator
as soon as putsiblc, aud open it to tho Mo-
bllo and lo Mr. Morgan's cars in conoo.
sion of a like privilege down tho leveo for
his own train. Wo understand that the
track of the Juckon road through tho
trembling prairie will be raised so as to
provide agaiii't- nny danger from overflow
should tho leveo civo way nt nny future
The work of building tho connection
between Humboldt und Cairo will bo fin
ished in cvcn month. Tho bridge at
Cuiro will scarcely be completed Inside of
two y.-ars, but transfer can be mndo by
means of a ttotim ferry In the interim.
Wo consider ibis ono of the inot im
portant railroad projects propocd of late
years, and Col. McComb deerve the
thanks of tho community fur it success
ful con'ummution. His policy since tho
consolidation of the Jackson and the Ml
!inpi Central roads hns been ono of
marked ability, and New Orlean may ex
pect still further benefit from ills manage
ment. Ho has diverted a largo portion of
iho cotton trade of tho upper part of Mis
sissippi and Tenncsjco to this market, and
has been bringing tobacco and other wcit
enr prodtiro through at rates competing
with tho river. Louisville shippers are
sending tobacco through to this point by
rail to-day for 60 cent "r- 100 cwt., which
will compelo with a rate of 3S cents by
rlvor, inasmuch as insurance is onu (!
cent. Another ir.Manco of bis c-iiturprUu
is tho transportation of cotton from Now
Orleans to New York, Hmton, Philadel
phia, and interior CHtern points nt rates
competing with tho stenrmhlp. This ho
U doing at present. A short tim ago
our peoplo would havo rid. cub d the idea
that cotton could be curried 1,500 lo 2,000
miles by rail as cheaply as by water.
Tho important of this through con
ncction with tho Illinois Central can
scarcely bo overestimated. It furnishes a
through lino without changoof cars to St.
Louland Chicago; and bene.) will swop
tho river of it. pasonger buiness. A
through lino from tho Groat L-ikcs to tho
Gull, uniting closly Chicago nnd New
Orleans, nnd covering tho twelve hundred
miles of road belonging to the Illinois
Central, extending over tho finest grain
fields on tho continent, cannot full to add
lurcely to our commerce.
Wo aro Informed that tho Mobile and
Ohio road will tlo bo extended to Cairo.
Our little sisfr city is not to bo left out in
Tho flnu steamor Charles Bodmnnn Is
duo to-day, on Iter way to Now Orloans.
Sholsn good boat nnd Is, run by experi
enced officers. .
The new and fast City of Helena, Capt.
McKcc, und Will Onebol, clerk, Is tho
Anchor Lino boat for Vlcksburg und wuy
landings. Tho Marblo City Is iho regular
packet leaving for St. Louis and tho way.
Tho Arlington will be In port to-day,
bound for Cincinnati nnd way landings.
Tho Arkniimis Hello for CInelr.tiati nnd
Lady Leo for Red river lenvo to-dny.
COKIHTION OK THE RIVERH.
Tho decline in tho Ohio is now nearly
two feet per day, and at that rato tho
channel will oon be reduced to n low
Al Pitl'btirg tho Monongahela ha, four
feet four inches and falling.
At Cincinnati tho Ohio Is still on tho
Idccllno. In tho cannl at Louisville, thorn
Is sK nnd a half feet and clear of mud.
Cumberland river continue to fall, with
four fret on Harpcth Shoal.
irkanus river is falling fast with three
feet in the ehatinel.
There I hardly rlno feet In the Mlsls-
lppi, and It, I falling at St. Lottl.
lir.MSEeS AXIf WEATHER,
Yesterday was another dull day In river
circle, and there wero but few arrival
Tho weather was pnitly cloudy with In
tlmntions of rain.
Tho U. S. na bo.tts and tho fteamcr
Octavia, will be supplied witlij Hamilton'
patent, chimney holster.
The C. B. Church came up from bulow
light in tho way ol freight, but she bail
nuito a number of passengers. Bubo
Johnson, rucenllv second clork of the In
il in tin a camo up on tho Church.
Tho John H. Groesbeck with a barg
in low, arrived from New Orleans nine
dav out. She li-til h fair trip for the Ohio
The II. M. Shrove from Red river was
rather light. Oipt. I. irior ha hi new
bride on board.
Tho Hullo Leo pised up for Louisville
to loud. Sho bud nothing on lionrd, and
but fw people.
Tho Frank Foret left for Memphis with
a load ol produce.
Thu Alice Dean, from New Orlean
was rather light, ."ilio received several
tons scrap iron for Cincinnati.
riio Cha. McDonald will bring out
another tow ol coal from Louisville.
The Littlo Condor goe to Pomeroy for
a tow of salt.
Tho Thompson Dean will return from
St. Louis light and load hero for New
Orb-ans. She will liavo no trouble netting
a biad nt fair iaie.
Thu Indiana is loading at Evansvillq for
Tho Orecnt City nnd tow nrn reported
aground and out of tho channel at Turkey
During iho past'wi.-ck three steamboats
on their arrival hero havo reported seeing
several dead bodies supposed victims of tho
Oi-canus dinnier ibmtlni; in tho water and
no effort was mndo to pick them up which
is certainly not right. Tho friends of the
dead would gladly bear nil expenses incur
red in getting them out of tho water and
besides it would havw been an act of hu
manity, and alt know that rtcambontmen
arogencrally noted for their acts of human-
And liealer In Foreign and DomenMo
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAns,
f7 Ohio Lcvcc,
Helwen, Ninth and Tenth Btreels,
Avert the Evil If mothers would
givo Mrs. V lilteomb's Syrup to their
children when sick, mortality would be
less nmong them. It costs onlv twenlv-
flvo cents. n-l-d&wlw
DISSOLUTION OK CO-PARTNEUSHU1
Thu co-partnership heretofore oxlstlpg
between tho undesigned, under the iiumo
nd stylo of "Cairo Stavo nnd Barrel
Works" U this day dissolved by mutual
cons,!nl- HuiiKiiTUH Fish,
JobKi u S. Davis,
CiiAsr. P. Paksosh.
April 20, 1672. ,..J7.3t
Stuart Si Gholson aro ofloring a full
lino of tho celebrated Quaker City Fine
Shirts. They aro the best shirt manufuc
turcd iti this country. Wu get tlinm up
to order with all lato improvement. A
nlco assortment of Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Collars, Tics, etc., always on hand.
Otntlcmon who nnnt a good tilting shirt
give ut a call. 4-:ed8.
UO CAN RESIST TUB OITEIt. The
Continental Llfo Iimirnuco Company of
Now York issue Llfo Policies for $1000 on
any ugo between 15 nnd ill, for A conts
day. Wm. F. Pitcher,
Gonoral Agent for Southern Illinois,
ICE! IUEII IUBM!
From Wednesday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will canvass thn city, to crntinuo
during tho summer months. None but
pure northern luko ico will bo delivered.
Hubi:, Loomis, & Co,
The Hiatory or a National Rem
edy. Here is tho history of the most eel
ebratcd tonic of the ago in a nutshell. In
1 800 it was announced that a certain com
bination of vegetable ingredients, with a
puro .diffusive stimulant, was working
wondors in tho euro of chronic dyspepsia,
nervous debility, liver complaint, period
ical fevers, rlietiin .tistn and constitutional
weakness. Thn unpretending name tiven
to tho speciflo was Plantation Bitters,
Tho statement attracted tho attention of
invalids every where. The now round v
received a fair trial, and tho results more
than conffrmod all that hail been said in
Its praiso. Thenceforward it wm a great
success. Tho business columns of tho
press spread tho glorious news far nnd
wide, and tho maityrs to indigestion, bll-
liotisness, physical prostration and pre.
mnturo decay, as if by common consent
sought rolief from tho now vegctnblo re.
storativo. They found what they sought
From that timo to tho present the increase
in tno demand for Plantation Bitters has
been ono of tho most striking events in
this age, 5-leod.s.wlw.
93T If you don't want to disgust every
body wi'h your offensive breath, euro
yur Cutarrh upon which It depends. )300
reward U offured ly the proprietor of Dr,
HllK' Catarrh Remedy for a case of
Catarrh which ho cannot cure. It U sold
by druggists, QU-Md&wlt
PORT LI 'IT.
Steamer C. 15. Church, New Orleans.
" Colorado, Vieksburg.
" .1. H GrtMisbt-uk, New Orleans.
11 Emma C. Elliot, Ciiieiu.iiiti.
" Henry M. Shruvi, Siiroveport.
" Alk'u IJi'un, New Orleans.
" Belle Lee, Nuw Orlean-,.
" City of Cairo, "
" Jim Fisk. Jr., Paduciih.
' Illinois, Columbus.
" Iroiiaides, St. Louis.
" Citj of Chester, "
Steamer C, B. Church, Cincinnati.
" John II. Grouibick, Cincinnati
" hiumii C. Elliot, Memiihls,
" Henry M. Shrove, Si. Louis.
" A lieu Dean, Cincinnati.
" Bullu Lei, St. Louis.
" City ot Caiio, at. Louis,
" Frank Forrusi, Memphis.
11 Jim FiBk, Jr., Puducuh,
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Ciiy of Chester, Memphis.
iioats to leave to-day.
Our Homo Advertisers.
.foil. 4JATI.S, l'roirlelor.
10.Ormr.rcil .Sterne, CAIRO, II.I.IHOM,
IV-I l.r.iinlnf Calife (flgar-Jut reeelveJ,
BII.I.IAHI) .lonn tlirullied nth Ihu b-kt ol
tables I and bar UMlie'l with win. Illiint"
oi I cigar of the tlne.t brnel.
I'AKKEH k HLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Pull)', lli-nvlne, Kitaollitr,
And the celobraled illuminating
imo.-s' iiuii.niNo, con. Hth-st. a com
i lly National llnuk ntilldlug.
S pedal attention paid loonier Irom Myn.
oat nmht or dar.C
Go to tho City Shoe Storo for Gent's
" custom mado " Boots, Prince Alberts and
Jersey Tics, of lutcst styles. -1-lTtf
Crumb llu'hesand Fays, new style, nt
p. D. & Co.'s. ' l-lVjw
Our Home Advertisers.
LI.EN, MULKEY Si WHEELER
uiiu ii. jiuiavy,
TPsrticular attectloti pahl lo river and ad
'jmC'K-Owr rirtNational Hank, Ohio I.evee.
GREEN k GILBERT,
COUNSELOBS AT LAW,
mi. .in ii i. no,
Mi, i: I', HilM.it
usrHpeein. attontinn given to Admiralty aim
OKKICK OHIO LKVEK, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OVER
CITY N Al IUN At. HANK.
IM9lli.KA.Yi' Tlt laKl't
SALE. J k!
KrFaio i FOR SALE,
I 'rnalo 1 '
or Sale 1
IHU MUI'DV CiiAL.
Steamboats supplied al any time, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coul, in any quantity, and on usual
tonus, ot tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Speciul contracts offered pn fiivonibla
terms upon application.
II. V. Olyphant,
D, A. IJokke, Oen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. J-10-ly, I
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from 0,ueenstown
TO CAIRO, : $4 8-2 0
datlord. Morn X Ca , gent.
Liverpool Mow-York and I'hllaiUlphlj
in a coNiajcT wira caiTxo trarrs aao naimu
f or Carrying ine Mails,
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa ri'tTUta laroaiitTioa
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aqt.
14 Broadway, New.Tork, orto
V.'ashlngtoa Avenue, Caire. noil, ;i
WOOD1 WOOD I ! WOOD II
ThnndersicnM will farnl'h
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, li sitil Cheaper
ban any wood dealer In C.tlro. Lavenrdert
n the liea t th' l'otofnce an' tt Ro real
ard, on Cmni'relal a-uii-, llwr-o T-Dlll and
twelfth ire-t, Cairo, Illinol. 1 give good
inea.ure and 'Jll cord the uood up If deaire-l.
suniiMi iiknnis Haley.
Gilder, Uplu..tcrcr, Varuislier nud
1'ancv Paper Hanger, Mattrt"
Making nnd Repairing.
) hop n Commcrrlnt avenue Its I ja
All work entrutr1
Order- am jollcitel.
hli e.re wilt receive
WILLI AM EHLERS,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
fletwern Washington avenue and.Poplar ttre-t
P H 1 L. S A U P,
(ucer lo I. Sjup.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.
Commercial Aveniu, between
Matli nnd NcTeiillt Nlrecta,
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLINOIS
Comijiorcial.av., Foot of Elevcrjri.sf,
Best quality of Llmo and Cement al
ways on hund, and for salo at the
very lowest figures for cash.
Leave order at tlinotPOHon Commerrial.av. at
ne fool of KlevHoth treet, norl8-t-',in.
H IKSI.MAI.R t'rtttCKKH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
CAIRO, I1.L.I N0IN,
Ainu, keep constantly un hand a moit coin
plcin stock of
BCOTCH AND IRIsn WUI8KIE)
rort, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba W inej
13 JIIYTH A CO. aell excluively for rnn, In
Llv. which fuct they invito tno especial atieo
i. mi ol close baraia buyvra.
Special attention given to Filling Orders.
BATCH ELOR'S HAIR DYE.
Till superb hair dye ia the bi In tlioworll
perfectly hsrinleHs, rellubio and In.Uuttuoout.
Noulappolutmni. The genuine W, A. Uatthe.
lot's Hair Dye produuea immediately a ntWir.)
bacle ur brown. I'oet not stain th V.ri.ni.
leavct the hair clean, toll and beautiful. Tue
onlv aa'e .nd nfriM-t Kalp Arm HnN I,. -II ...Mj
, I - l PI, u, MK,
gists. Factary, It) Bond 8t,, N, Y.