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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1872.
TATILK Of TUB ILLINOIS CSNTRAL B. H.
ad afterllnnd.y. - ,h' 1S71, In. foltow-we-saHe
will orrn the arrival n.i deparl
" paHiutrtralM at Cairo t
c M.ti ri.rfnr ";
r.tptt', daily ,i p-1"'
t-xiate.a....... LO p.m.
, Culm n.1 HI. Louis Short l.lae.
,pr,... . 12:30 a.m.
jVheoire of cara from Cairo to 81. I.onl. -
o'eam from Cairo to Chlcaso. Kleftnt
He( Roo-n fleeptng cara on night tratnt.
-ae cheesed to nil important twlnla.
SIGN OF THE
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make throe Uipi dally.
unmount MM ITT
n. I At e: n.m
t 1 a.m
t 11 .-....ji.m. j At V.30 - P m
ii 4.J0 . -v.m. I At 8 i.tn.
Fare each 311 rrD, I 1" ticket! for 2 fa
t'Ul lent ,wh.n hailed, t any flood Intermediate
oilmlorpMnrior freight, norzltf.
UAlltO AND lVrUJUCAII
The splendid steamer
J AS. FISK,
Ben. Howard Copt,
aes Cilro DULY, (-idndsys oxcepled) all
Publltsatlon (Mm; Mnlletln Hnllrllnirf
Joncsboro pcoplo nro cnttng straw-
Kr IreUhtor pxauga apply on hour I or
i3tr JAtt HlG(i9, Ak'I.
7 OHIO, i.r.vr.K,
O -A. I O .
Wholttale nml Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
Wc keep o lull lock of I'ure Unifta nnd
Also compete lln ol tnlM articles, Im
ported and Auu'iiiantipa,
fo'ether with a large assortment of Druggists
Dll. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
ynuMwrM. J. McOanlej's drug .tore,
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. 1).
flESWENCB-Ko. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
XV tweoa Washington avenue and Walnut atrett.
Office MnJonnnereUI avenue, up stair.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OKSIDEN'CK-comer.Vtnth and Walnut ats,
QiOfhee corner nixtli street nml Mhlo loree.
Office hour from n e-m. to 12 m.. and 9 p.m
II. WAIlDNKll, mTd.
RESIDENCE Corner Mnetcenlh street nnd
Washington itTPnite, near court house. Of
lien OTer the poatofBce. Omee hour 10 to 12
a.m. od 2 to 4 p.m. Innir.tr.
R. S. BllIGIIAM, M. 1).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Baiec, 1U C'otamerclnl Aventir,
KipecUl Mlention pft'tl to trio treatment n( nil
KUte ol Mitchell Lniare, deren.ed.
The unilernlgneil hlni( tieen appointeil ni.
imni.trMrix of the e.UU of Mitchell l.azire,
Ute of the county of Alexander anil ntateot Mil
noi, dece.aeil, herehr Rites notice tint oho will
appear helore the County Court of Alexander
couotr, at the Court lloune In Cairo, at tlmJnly
term, on the third Monday la .luly not, tit mhlrli
time all perton. having clalma nsioi eHtd rt itn
re aotlned and requested to attend for the pur
poee ol hTing the value adjti.led. All peonii
odeNed to aaid eatato are reijue.ted to mako im
utedtate payment lo lle iindereliine I,
Mated thli 7th day of .May, A. ! 187.'.
KMILV LAZAKK, .tdmlnlHratrix,
Emma Prieat nnd Thotnaa W. Prli-at. defeml
as:., are notified that on April 27th, IH7-', Sparrow
M. Nicxeron, complainant, died hia till in clmu
eery 10 foreclose mortsnge, in tho Alexamlor
county Circuit Court, htate of lllinon, und that
i.id auil la now pendine. In aald court. That there
nponatitinmona raa laatied out of tliccleil;' of.
rice ol aald court axaimt you, retuniablt on the
lit Monday In July next to a term of said court,
then to tie holdrn at the court-liouee in Cairo, in
aid county and Kate. JUIINtJ. HAItMAN.
iaiea April s.tn. uerK,
An effectual preventive of Cholera, Typhoid
Korcr, tmiil.'ox, t'cnrlet Kever, Meovel., Cat.
tie Diaeaan, ami nil peatlSentinl and contagion
dlKOiaea. It la put up la pastlionrd cartona. the
lopa of which contain perfnratlona, from which
it can he iprlnalrd ox from n pepper hox. Hold
by IIARCLAV HI10S.
The icull price la Slreata per package,
(Proceeding, of the Board of Health-Official.)
timer Ho Ann or Hiai.tii. St. It'ia.V2d May,
1K71. 'the realdcnt tilijaiciaosi ktatea that ho haa
tiacii, tn tlie city iiopitnt, mo cartmitc actn
powder nnd tlnda It the licit ilitlnrectnnt and
de.troyer of liuga, ant, cokroachea , ol
wiiicii tie lia Knowituge. lour coiiimtiico re
coniman l Ihe purchaae of tlila powder for itac
(Signed; It. II.O nRIES,
Clerk Hoard ol Uealth.
We ere now in receipt cf n freah Mos'.t of
Kr the caon i alxo a full lino of
And rainier." Materiala generally.
ilKey A Wheeler, Sol'ra for Cmpl't.
ASSIGNEES SALE IN RANK
RUPTCY. Aa aaaignee of K. K. Halt A Co., Uinkrunta, I
ill otfer at public auction at the uourt (ioiimo
door In the city of Cairo, Illinois, on Wednesday,
the eighth dayol May, A. II. 187, commencing at
tn o clock, a. in., the following described prop,
rty, to-witi ' 1
Lota numbered thirly.aeren (37.) thlity.elght
IM.l thirty. bine .tij and forty MU, in idnck mini
bered fixtj-elght im, n tho city of Cairo, Willi
imroTtmntb thereon, connlithig of fourtcne.
ment hputea. Ac. Tertn', one third cali, and
balance lo six (CJ or twelre (12) monthn with lien
STEPHEN K. JUNES,
Algneenf I.'. K. IIAI.L i CO.
Cairo, lit... April II, 17..
(reenUllbrr(, atiornets, 4-ll.20td.
Do Jim wisli lo reccivo nil tho lieiiencfit. of
Without the expense of n trln to thoso resorts.
If so. apply to in. We receive these water, dl
rcct from the springs, and are pi enured to fur
nish them tiure. ICK COLD. I rcsh and Lively
from our counter. Persona living lit a distance,
or who tiah to havo thn water in their houses.
can. bo supplied with Haratogain bottles, and Dluo
Lick in liotilcs, kra and uutrels. Call and get
acircular in roitnnl to the medicinal virtues of
these, noted uatcis.
Frank liurn. defendant, Is notflled that
on the HMt day of May, 187J,
Aaanda Hum., compUlnatit, tiled her
bill in chancery lor divorce, In the Alexander
c-unty Circuit Court, Male of lll'nois, ami that
said suit I. now pending 111 said court. A sum-
none was it.ued out of Hie clerk's otllce of said
court agaluat )ou. retuniabtn on tlie llr.l Mouilay
d July next, to u u ri of ,n d coui t thru to l
holden at the Court House In Cairo, In said
iviuaiy and Hale.
iw. ... , . , J3Nlt.H.ltMAN.CIcrU.
Dated May 1st, is;'. .vi.lllwtt.
tirein l.illsrt, solicitors lor omplalnant.
A.N.Cheney, delrndant, Is tiotltieil that on the
iMiu.j oi .-narcn, isk, u writ oi atiaclimeul mi
i".u.u uui ui nif ciera s omce oi tne Alexander
County Circuit Court In tlie Htate nf Illinois.
Mkinki vmir tatalu ut ....... 1 .1 .... ! ..II. a t
, , riui IIKllir M1 1111 u ni iinp
j iu tuiii. . k iiir mail f.t 'i i.fini j
pUintin. ror tli nun o( i
A good cook.
Apply lit Til K lIUbLETIN
If you wutit the best botinl in tlio
city ciill ttt tliu Court Homo Hotel.
Go to Win. Killer's, on Twentlotlt
ttreot, for your lino custom iiindo boots
und alioe. You ain't tin better. Try
' wi niit i'i'ijiK in
uitianow nendlnv In .tlri lir.i "
ahall appearoo lh. rrtnrn day theieot, ludgmenl
will be rendered agaln.t )ou. and tbe garni. heM
served In aald cause requited tu antwrr, and he.
dealt with eccordint to law Date I, March 1Mb.
"".It u .l. . JOHN MIAHMAN. Clerk. '
Allen, MuUey Wneeler, ati')s lur pialmitt.
A llrst cluss hIioo maker by Ilnrdy fc
Grecnwold, corntir Soveiitli tlrect und
AVusliingtoti uvcntii', Cairo, lllinola.
Takk Notiok. The Ourinuii School
Grund l'tcnlc will bu liuld ut Scheel's
Hull and not fit tho Horn Uanttn. lly or
der of the Committee of Arrnngotncut.
lgaj notice I. hereby giran that Samuel Htaat.
Taylor aad Edwin Jar.ou, titialeesof the Cairo
CitV Property, hare tiled their lull in chancery, to
wmvtvm Triwui. lieu, in llie v.in Nil l.ourt Ol Al
aiaoder countr. atae of Illinois, siraln.t Kiira
beth ritxgerald, now Elizabeth Costello, and f.
CoaUllo, her hualu.. That ald nut la now durillll tlio Sllintucr nwintlia
oandinir In .aid court; nnil il,t n, n,. ,.,, '"r"lt ,,lu ""t-r I1I0IIU1II
(bee of the return or the summons issued m
aaldeatiae la the first Monday In Julv, a. I. 1872,
At the term of aaid court then to be holden al toe
youn noun in u.iro, Alexander county, state oi
, JOHN O,, HAH SI AS, Clerk.
utiru, at a inu, inn. ..-illl4l.
Prom Widnesdiiy May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will cunviiss the city, to continue
pure northern hike Ico will bo delivered.
Ht'hK, Loomis, & Co.
KtUlOofH. I'. II. funnier, deceased
Tb undersigned having hesn appointed ad.
wtailatraUir of Tlie estate of JI. i'. J). Cnniater,
uHm uietouuiyoi Airxanuvr, and Male or II
limola. doceaaed. hfirebv (.I.. Iinttnn tliaf tin will
appear before the county court of Alexander I it it plotuuro to vlluw good whether yon
lawon the third Monday in Ju'no mxi. ii purchafo or not. hvorything i now and
raWfft. latent 8tylW, to bo .old very low.
New und fuihlouuble Hut. und Uounets
Just received by Mr.. Anna Litn on
Kiglith street. Ribbons, Luces, Dolly
VHrdons, Trimmings, Velvet, fancy ar
ticles of ull vurlcties freali and new.
Ladies cull and ozamine our stock be
fore nurcliimliiL' elsewhere. 'Wo couilder
forUM parpose of harm Hie aamo adjtiatad. I C-fitf.
niueoieu 10 aaia raiate are rciiucstcd
immediate pavnent to the undersigned.
Miaau uay oi at ay, a. L.
Jit. . MOJirtlH, AilmiDlilrator.
lo: Ciikam bus bocomo tho Institution
of the uonBon, nnd Phil Soup's llio niott
ATTACHMENT NOTICE. popu" , , V, v7' "u'l. "a
I.Cheuey.defendaEt,laiollfledthaton H.e comci '""'I liul-'D"," ""-wi"""..,
lypiaiarcii, a writ or aitaciment was I U f, not tlio fasUIOIl to eat lUOIUKUry IIV
out of the clcrk'i offlco of the Alexander , , . t .., '
"inrcau lourt. in tlie litate or it lino a. I wnoro uisc. it i. m-iit niiu .-i uimiuu.
4WM. care, I. neat and tidy, und the pre.enee of
Lv.VT.T-i. 'r ,. Vrm,a n,', no quoblionublo character i porniiuou in
MMttaaowpetidiociuaiiid court. Hnleaa It. Mr. Saup Jia, also, always on hnbd
MTaMMM lt n day tharenl, Judgment , , L.,i ,n. nnilnn.
awalaut you, end the varniMiae I re u " """i
M.a rAOuird lulllkW.r. nnd I . i. ... .. nnlliiii.ttnn ntil
wa-eerd,, toi.V D.i.dT MVrVL iMh, l0j' f . 7
"Jl ' JitUM n ll ii, if i.tr ' I . l..,.rv.ia lw t.nrnilHr favnr in which
j, MNptf & Wheeler, atf forpisia.irl. . . ejtablI,,1ntint ,J ,JeIj. 0-7dtf
"NVo bear rumors of novcrnl approach
Struwberrles and goo.oberrlcs havo
appeared in tho market.
Mosqultos nro one of tho plagues of
thli section of Egypt nt present.
Sunday to-morrow. Services will bo
held In nil tho churches, wo bellove.
Ycslordav was a delightful day. The
" brccr.es In the trcescs" all nbout town
were cool and refreshing.
Rartoti, ol Carbondalc, who now lux-
urlatts In the post ollko oftlmtbnrg, enmo
to the city yeitorday.
A largo crowd of Cairo poople, with
a spnnklo of Mound Cltyltcs, went to
Columbus on an excursion yesterday.
John AVoodloy was up before Shan-
nessy yestorday morning for drunken-
noss. Ho was lined S2.00 ana tailing to
pay was sent to jail lor eight days
"Vo havo seen It stated and re-stato
it hero for tho benefit of our lady-renders
that n tallow candlo laid In tho box with
furs will obviate all danger from moth
S. P. "Wheeler, Eq., is in Shawneo-
lown attending court. Tho 'Gazette' of
that city says : " Wo nro truly pleased
to learn that ho endorses Grcoloy and
Urown."' Tho 'Gazctto' announced it mas
meeting of the,domocracy on Thursday
night, nt which Mr. "Wheeler was to bo
ono of the speakers.
Somobody in the neighborhood of tho
RuLi.r.TiN building was honored by n
terenudo night before last, at "the witch
ing bourn of tho night," but ns this is the
hour also when the dogs for several squares
nround congrcgato to do their midnight
howling, the beauty of tho music was lost
to some oxtcnt.
Tho ladies of tho Proibytcrlan church
nf this city aro good financiers. At tho
"sociables" which thoy havo been holding
during tho past five months, thoy have
collected fivo hundred dollars. Tho re
pairs which havo so improved tho church
cdlflco, cost seven hundrod dollars, nnd this
sum tho ladies intend to pay, having nearly
the requisite amount on bund, as stated
The generator of Saup's soda fountain
exploded yestorday morning. It was be
ing charged by a colored man, who did
not exactly understand his business. Ho
charged it up to two hundrod, when it
burst with a rather loud report, scattering
the vitriol all over tho frightened son of
Africa nnd hurting him some, though not
to any alarming oxtcnt.
"Wo nro Informed that during the
recent high wator in tho Mississippi river,
a number of bodies, supposed to bo thoso
of soldiers buried during tho war, wcro
unearthed nenr Illrd's Point. Tlio bank
being low and sandy in the locality of tho
Intorment", tho freshet cut the earth
away lo such an oxtcnt as to expose the
corpses to view. Thoy wero In u good
state of preservation. Vo have not
loarncd what disposition was made of
them, but supposo thoy havo been re
interred whero they will rest undU.
About ono hundred nnd fifty porsons
attended the Presbyterian church sociable
at tho homo of Captain Hurd on Thurs
day night, but tho arrangements for tho
ontertainmcnt of tho largo number woro
ample. Tho young pcoplo enjoyed the
croquet grounds in tho rear of tho houso,
which wero handsomely illuminated with
Chineso lanterns, highly. Tho reading of
tho poem " lJingon on tho Rhine," by
Mrn. Charles Hurd was an Intellectual
treat to all who hoard it. Tho re
freshments wero delicious. Captain and
Mrs. Hurd may congratulate themselves
on having furnished an evening of unal
loyed pleasure to their gnosis.
"Wo referred somo tlmo ago to a
movement in. congress looking to tho
establishment of ship-yards for tho build
ing of iron vessels. The senate committee
on naval atiairs uavo recently una mo
bill under consideration, and it Washing
ton dispatch dated "Wednesday says;
"The committee nro not entirely in ac
cord in their opinions on the measure,
but should tho bill pass, ono of tho yards
would bo located in tho Mississippi val
ley, but tho prcclso location will bo do
termlncd by a commission of cabinet offi
cers, who will bo designated for lljo pur
pose" In the ovont of tljo pnssago of tho
bill, it is nlmoJt certain that one of thoso
yards will bo located in tho noar neigh
borhood of Cairo and Mound City.
An employe of tho Rui.lkti.v drew
a pair of sleeve-buttons in a gift enter
prlso a day or two ago. Hy somo tnixttiro
of figure ho was led to believe for a few
hours that tho prize was Ave thoutand dob
lars, and for the limo being felt all the
earo and responsibility of u man of wealth.
" What would ho do with It?" becutnoun
Important query, und tho impossibility of
satisfactorily answering it, beeamo to bur-
densomo that ho was immensely rcliovcd
when the mistake was discovered, and ho
found himself tho possessor of n pair of
threo dollar sleeve buttons. Riches havo
no charms for him now.
"An innocent and unsophisticated
Cairoito happenod In Padueah yesterday,
(having been put oil' some boat probably
lor want of means to defray transporta
tion,) una very innocently inquired
'What's tlio name of this Utile town ?'
Tlio little boot blacks joored ut his intense
ignorance. Ills only knowledgo seemed
to bo that Cairo was situated at tho junc
tion of two great rivers. This was probu
bly his llrst trip out of that immenso
cellar." I'aducah litntuehian.
And of course, tho booby, by a natural
law of gravitutlon, mado straight for
A correspondent of Iho Pi.ducah
'Kunluckian' who rccontly went to Gol-
conda on tho It. . Leo, writes at follows!
"Tlioro woro a largo number of passen
gers on board tho Leo. I talked with thorn
nbout Grcoley and llrowti nearly all of
them woro pleased with theso nominations,
nnd reported that all tho way from Now
Orleans to Cairo overybody was satisfied
nnd would voto tlio ticket. Hero I find
lemocrnts to a man wlllini: lo tuko urco-
ev nnd oven opposed to n democratic con
vention being called. The Germans hero
nro for Orceloy and Urown. '
-Tho Columbus, 'Dispatch,' hoists tho
names of Grecloy and Urown In its first ia-
suo aftor tho Cincinnati convention, and
concludes an editorial articlo on tho ticket
thus : ,
Onlv lot the democracy mako n nomina
tion, and ns surclv and uncrrinuly as tho
hills reverberate tho cciio, mo wires mat
convoy the news to tho country, will flash
i i. .-.-iii e m.... .!..... ...til.
IlllCK lliu ITllBlllgulll'U ui uireivy wiiii-
druwal and tho stnmpedo of Liberal Re
publicans to the radical ranis wnonco iney
camo. Jjetus accent ot tuo lruu within
our grasp, and not bo deceived by the
dclusivo mirago impracticable may spreau
out uelore our hopes.
TltK IlAUK AND IU.00DV 0H0UND.
Tho ' Marlon Friend' of Thursday gives
nn account of another murderous affray in
AVIlllamson county, on Monday last:
Another shooting affray took place at
(Jrab Orchard, in this county, on Monday
ast between tlio ormans and Mciiancys,
In which Henry Mollancy wus shot threo
times, onco through the lungs unuiwico in
ono of his legs, from tho effects of which
ho will probably die.. Tlioro had been
somo troubloln tho family forsovorul day
nnd it was thus ended on -Monday lust.
From what we aro nblo to learn, Henry
Mcllanoy was in tho net of whipping
Parker, n son-in-law of Norman's when
several shots wcro llrcd, nsd u is imnos
siblo to ascertain whoso pistol did tlio
The sweet south wind w long
sleeping in nthorc.llnie on sumy seas,
Or dallying with the orange trees
In the bright land of soig
Wakes unto U", and laughingly meepa by,
Liken glad spirit ot the sunlit iky.
Tho lalnror nt his toil
Feela on his cheek Its dewy klas, nnd llfla
Ills open browlo catch Its frngrtnt gifts,
Tho aromatic, spoil
Ilornn tram the blossoming gard'n ol tlio soutl
Whllo Its faint iweelneas lingers r.uud hlsmeutli
The bursting buds look up
And greet thesuullght, while Kilmer, jet
On the warm hillside, and the viol t
Opena her aure cup
Meekly, and counllea wlld-ttowera wake to Ding
Their earlier incense on tin gales ot Hpring
The reptile, that hath lain
Totrdd io longwlthlti his wintry Umb,
Piercea t ha mold, ascending Horn its gliom
Up to tho light again ;
And the little snake crawls forth from cavern
To bask na ert upon tlie sunny hill.
Continual aonga arise
From unlTnr.nl nature; birds and itreama
Mingle their volcea, nnd the glad earth seems
A second Parndiael
Thrice blessed Spring ! tlion bearcat gilts divine
Kunshlnc, and song, and fragrance, all are thine
Nor unto earth nlooo I
Thou hast a blessing lor Iho tinman lntnrt,
Telling of Winter flown,
And bringing hope upon tby rainbow wing,
Ti'po of eternal life thrice blessed Bprlns !
. BOOS I DOGS I DOGS!
On nnd nftor tho loth day of May
Inst., nil dogs found running nt largo on
which tho tax has not beon paid, will bo
impounded nnd disposed of In nccordanco
with tho ordinances of tho city of Cairo.
0-3dtd A. OAtf, City Marshnl.
Thy "Welch's London Convkction-
Kitr, corner Commercial nvcntie and
Nineteenth street, for Fruit, Spongo nnd
Lemon Cnkos, Pics, Turts nnd Ulntie
Mange, Jellies, Ac, supper parties and
picnics supplied at tin lowest prices.
Wm, Khlers, nt hlsshopon Twentieth
street, opposite tho Court Houto hotel, is
manufacturing boots nnd shoos, of every
tylo and variety, warranted to glvo per
fect satisfaction. Ho keeps gcnulno French
calf und gives his customers nil he, prom
Social Paiitv nnd dance will bo
ulvcn nt tho houso of Mrs. Allen on 19th
street between Poplar and Commor
clal nvonue. This ball is for tho benefit of
a deserving widow woman who lost alt sho
had by fire last week. All should take n
ticket and attend tho party. Tickets only
50 cents. t
Dikd, yestorday, nt 3 o'clock, p. m., nt
tho resldenco of his son, Peter Ehs, on
l urk avenue, Anthony Khs, aged HO years
Tho deceased camo to thii country from
Franco ton years ago, nnd has resided i
this city ever since.
Mr. R. 1. Robbins is tbo agont for tho
Protection Life Insurance Company, of
Chicugo, in this city. In theso days when
it Is looked upon as ono of tho christitui du
ties of limn to insuro his life, thus securing
to his family in tho event ol his deuth, tho
necesurles und comforts of life,
it is u matter of impor
tance to select u coinpunr which
is nt once safe nnd economical. Tlio Pro
tection Life Insurance Company is such a
one. It is instituted on tho mutunl con
tribution plan, a plan by which lives may
bu Insured ut an experts so small as
scarcely to bo folt. A membership feo for
u policy limited to $3,500 is SI. 400, or
for a policy of $5,000 $20.00, and the an
nual dues a ro on tho first $100 and on
tho lust $500. For full particular?, appli
cation should bo mado to .Mr. Robbins.
For till the popular warm weather
beverages, go to tlio Thalia saloon, corner
of 12th street and Washington nvonic,
Tho funeral of tho lato Anthony Khs,
fathor of Peter Ehs, wiI tako place from
tho houso of tho luttor, on Park avenue
and 24ilr street, at I o'clock; this (Satur
day), p.m. A special train will leave tho
foot of Eighth ulroot for Villa ltldgo at 2
oVloek. Friends of the family ro re-
pectl'ully Invited to attend tbo funeral.
Swan vV Co.,
Oroide and Milton Compound
Cutlery, Plated Wnro, Fancy Goods, &c
t.t!3lme. o..lro, Ulitiulj.
KxTIIAOItniNAKY PlIKNOMONON. Cin-
cinnuti, St. Louis und Milwaukee Reek
lieer drawn from the samo keg nt tho
Thalia saloon opposite Tiik Jtiri.l.K.ns
office Milk punches cobblers und mint
juleps skillfully compounded according to
the most generally approved formula.
TIIK LITTLE KKNTUOKIAN,
No. 63 Ohio levee, Is the place whero
thoy koep tho freshest !lsh and game, and
the finest wines, liquors und cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty
fivo cents, Open day nnd night, at ull
hours. J. E. Pabk, Proprietor.
Thk Ce.ntiiai. IIousk nv Mrs. t, N.
Gakknky. This Houso is thoroughly ren
ovated and llxcd up in tho host style. Ac
commodation for one hundred duy board
ors on the most reasonable terms. Hoard
by the duy or weok, Hoard und lodging
on tho mo6 1 reasonable terms on Sixth
street, between Washington and Commer
cial uvciuio. 61'Odtf
The Arlington Garden, a delightful
pliico of resort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents have boon sproad on tho green
sward, a high, eloso fence surrounds tho
garden, and ladies and gentlemen may
onjoy tho finest of ico cream nnd the cool
Qkt of lemonado, free from tho public gaze.
T. II. Ellib, Prop'r.
Thy the KxcELnion. Thoce who in
dulgo themselves In luxuries such us St.
Louis Lager Iiccr, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich Wines nnd ico cold Lemonades, nil
sweetened with flnost'plano music, should
call on Fred. Ulatikcnborg,s. lie has the
coolest, quietest and finest saloon in the
west. He has also a flno billiard table for
tho use of his gilds nndjils cigars cannot
bo oxcolled. 5-10dlm
Git and Pic.Nic of tho Cairo German
Turners, at Port Jofl'erson, Kentucky, on
Ffingst-Sundny, May 19, 1871!. The ferry
boat is engaged for tho occasion and will
leave tho foot of Eight street precisely at
8J u. in. nnd l.J p. in. Tickets CO ct. for tlio
round trip A good timo i anticipated, a
everything possible will bo dono to mako
It n joyful occasion. Como one, come nil
Cakl L. Thomas,
Committee of Arrangements
Pat Fltzgorald, of tho sam plo room
has received the appointment of ngent for
tbo sale of tho llammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wine Company's wines in this city
If the bottlo with which wo have been
favored is n sam plo of tho quality of
those wines, then wo aro prepared to say
that they nre among the best wc have ever
tasted. He has just received a large con
signmcnt, which he is prepared to tell ut
tho lowest figures. Ho has also on hand
large and complete stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
Is Increasing In rapidity dally. The fall
yestorday was over one foot. The rlvor
raised a few inches at Cincinnati day be
foro yestorday. At Louisville It Is still on
tho decline The canal Is opan onco again.
Tho Cumberland river is stilt falling llko-
wiso tho Tennossco, nnd both aro very low.
Tho Mississippi continues declining at n
moderate rate. All tho uppor rlvors nro
falling nnd tho prospects for low water
nro good. Uolow horo tho rlvor is In good
llUSINESS AND WKATIIKK.
The lovco was tho nceno of bustling ac
tivity yesterday nnd a largo amount of
freight was handled.
The weather was windy and disagreea
ble on account of the dust.
Cttpt. La Mont's now purchase, tho Ti
dal Wave, arrived from Now Orleans with
a good cargo of sugar, molasses, etc. Sho
will run in tho upper Mississippi until cold
weather closes thut stream; thou shu will
onter tho St. Louis and Now Orlcan
Tho Joseph II. IJIglcy returned to Now
Orleans with 18 boats of coal.
Tho R. K. Loo arrived from Cincinnati
with n moderate cargo on board and mado
largo additions hore, nnd cleared last ev
ening with a good load.
Tho broken shaft of tho kullsburg has
been sent to St. Louis to bo mended.
Tlie Exporter lias COO tons railroad iron
for the Cairo and Vlnccnnes railroad,
which sho Is discharging .it Mound City.
Other consignments wi'l follow, nnd it
will bo but u short timo until the iron
horse with lurgo trains of freight nnd pas
sengers will bo coming over that road.
The II. C. Ynegor hud nearly a full
load of freight. Shu was offered plenty
of tobacco, but had no room for It.
Tlio Mary K. Forsyth had nearly all
her cargo on board, and was oxpected to
leave List evening. Siio has engage
ments for corn below here.
Tho Itolfast had ull the freight sho
A largo parly of our young folks wont
to Columbus nnd back on the Illinois last
evening, on nn excursion trip. Tho
evening whs plcaantty parsed tripping
the liht funtastlc toe. .
Tin Howard arrived from Kvansvillo
with a medium load of freight, nnd will
make her largo additions here. Capt. Joe
Throop piloted her down lrom Evuns-vllle.
T. 11. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, III;., i
prepared lo aooommodato tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lowc
rutcs than any other first-class houso i
tho city. Tho rooms nro nil well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample room
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. The houso is located In tlie eon
tor of tho business part of tho city wilhl
one squaro of tho post office. -l-'J-tf
A S.vu Falling Oct. It Is indeed
sad fulling out when, after tho closest in
tlmncy, tho hair parts company with the
head, fortunately tho lamentable scna
ration may bo easily prevented und the
twain more closely united than over by u
timely nnd systematic uso of Lyox'b
Kathaiho.n, tho most potent Invlgorant
of tho hair und promoter of it growth and
beauty known to human pharmacy. It
completely obviate; tho dry and parched
condition of the roots of the hair, which is
preliminary to its coming out, by supply,
ing tho preeiio degree of mnisturo requi
site to its preservation to a liealtliy state.
It is tho only truo dissolvent nnd ovapo
rant of dandruff and other impurities of
tho sculp, whoso presonco is injurious to
tlio hair. As a bcautlfler of the head the
ICiitlutiron has no equal. It not only In
creases tho quantity of the hair, but im
proves its quality Immediately, imparting
u lustrous uppcaranco nnd silky texture
which urn oxceldlngly uttructlvo.
3-8 deod A:vlt
Stcamor Tidal Wave, Now Orleans.
" H. C. Yiour, St. Louis.
" Painter No. 2, Shotwoll .Mines.
" R. E. Lee, Kvunsvillc.
" Itelfast, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim. Fisk, Padueah.
" Julia, St. Louts.
" Jnmos Howard, Kvansvillo.
" Tidal Wave, St. Louis.
" N. W. 0, Casovviilo.
" H. 11. Yaegor, Now Orleans.
" Painter, No. 'J, Shotwoll Mines.
" R. E. Lee, New Orleans.
" Helfast, New Orleans.
" J. H. Iligloy, New Orlcuns.
" Illinois. Columbtli.
" Jim. Fisk, Padueah.
" Julia, Vicksburg.
" M. K. Forsyth, Now Orleans.
1110 MVi'JiY noAL.
Steamboats supplied ut uny llnio, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, und on usual
tenntt, ut tho yard nt Grand Towor, Ills
Special contracts oflored on favorable,
terms upon application,
II. V. Olyphant,
I). A, Uokek, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Acont. :i-16-ly.
110 AT TO I.KAVU TO-PAY.
Tho flno und lurgo steamer J nines How
ard is tlio boat leaving for Now Orleans to
day. The gontlo Suslo Silver is duo to
day, bound for tho .tunny south. Tlio fa-
vorito packet, Hollo .Memphis. Is tho regu
lar boat for Memphis and nil way ports,
loavlng ut live p, m. Tho City of Chester
Is tho packet for St. Louis. The Arkaneas
Belle fur Kvansvillo and Fisk for Padu
eah luavu this evening nt tlvo o'clock,
CONDITION or THE K1VEIIB.
The fall In the Ohio river nt this point
Kanawha per bbl....I u Dairy pr bbl
I M -
Imperial 1 loto Ho I flunpowder
Oolong biaoktue to 1 30 1 Young Hra'n I 10 to I M
-.ar to 33 1 Unara.....M. to lae
Rio, prime to eholoe.......i....... ..il 10 1&
LARD la tierces per lh .......... lies
In keia otoiuu
HAMS-Sugar eurtd " .lz te 14
u. .Country " ........ lotl2
Hhoulders bacon " . .
Cl.ar aides ' llaoon 7Ji
Ossloss Mil Potato,
Onions, per bblt V, Potatoes, per bbl 3 OOaJ S
New York Cheshire
Common Home, per doz.., . t so
Choice to Kxtra " ..........3 00 to S T
11. 5 00 lo 0 fa)
IsrswaiMid Tallow 1
lleeatrai 30 1 Tallow ...
Nagara aad Nyraa.
I'll Hi. IIOWAIU),
STEAMBOAT BUTC HElt,
Cltjr Xallonnl Bank Bllllitlua;.
aof-'pecial attention paid to orders lrom steam
oat. night or dar.
Thursday Kreiilng, May 9, Is;.!.
Tlio market generally is not so, good as
last reported. .Prices In tho grain market
at St. Louis nnd New Orleans havo de
clined and aro wonkntng horo. Hay ts un
changed. O.tts nro weak and in light de
mand al present prices, buyers nnd sellers
being apurt. The market for Corn con
tiniKs good ; it is in demand for chipping
up tho Cumberland river, but the low wa
ter leaves that trudo almost out of the
question. There is 11 good stage of wuter
to all points on tho Ohio und Mississippi,
and tonnago is plenty. Rates of Freight
Countr Produce is in moderate deinund
and tho market is well supplied,
Tho weather is very warm.
Correspondents must bear in mind that
our inside figures represent prices in round
lots from first hands, and outsidu figures
prices for tules made in smull lots on or
ders. FLOUR. Rather quiet and unchanged.
We note sales as follows
778 bbls. Various grades... f5 50ll 00
100 " XXX 8 50
100 ' Superfine, Spring. f 00
100 " LowSupor 5 CO
CORN, White is in good ordcrdemand
und very scarce. Tho supply of Mixed is
r.ot equal to tho demand nnd sales nre
readily made at fi5 rents. The sules re
Scars, mixod, in bulk, on trnck, 40c
3 " " in sacks, delivered... 55c
COO 6acks " " ... CCc
602 " whito " ... COc
3 cars " " " ... 110c
OATS. Tho market is wcuk and prices
fluctuating. Sales since our lust roviow
nro comprised in
1 car white, in sacks, del.
C "Galena " "
7 " Mixed " "
fiOQ sacks "
82C " in ordor lots from store,..
3 curs Southern III. del
1 " " " "in bulk
HAY. Receipts nro lfght und prices
well sustulned. Transactions aro light
owing to its scarcity. 1 car Choice Mixed
kidil ...1 .-..ni. C... CO'l Art . . -.. .
... .... .mm iui Vi. uu 1 Cnrg unoico
Mixed delivered $23 00?.. 00; 3 curs
Choico Timothy delivered $24 002fl 00.
jju i i jjiui, The market is fuirly
supplied, sales Include
P'lK' '"'oil 25c
10 buckots Choico 25?j20o
I tubs " 28c
0 buckets 23o
KGGS. Tho supply is equal to tho de
mand, and prices nro woakcnlng,
izuu dozen sold Qjj 30
1 IB 12Jo
CHICKENS. Aro in fair demand at
10 coops Choico sold 51 00 4 25
00 dozen " 3 7B1 004 25
MEAL Tho demand is good nnd prl
ccs nro firm nt quotations. Salos include
500 bbls. Steam Dried, del $2 85
100 " Kiln " " o 85
400 " Evening Star City Mills 2 90
100 " Recher's Cnloric on p.t.
PROVISIONS.-N0 sales reported.
Tlio mtirket is quiet and quotations un-changed,
8Ufl Alt New Orleans prime to choice
CoNee A - . ......
Crushed and Powdered.
New Urleana n. ....,...
II to IZc
tK toll.ijcl Burlap
Timothy, per bushel
i .vi to i en
IIHANDY Henneaay r (at bet
v.xaet.e " ' -
Caret per case .
Wheat new ..
1 Mto 3 00
i M lo 3
84 to 1 M
Hatoa or FrctKhU
Compressed I sl...
U3comprrssed 1 II..
To .New York per bbl.,
To lloston rr bbl......
rrom t.a'rn to.
r iujr. per odi .1
Hay. per ton 00 8 ui
Corn, kt cwt.l V) 'ill
30 u :
Oau, percwt-i W
Potato.., -erU 30 ui
Apples, per bbll 30 oi.
Pork. ferbbl toil Oi
Whisky, oerbbll 7J1 l&
Prom Cairo to
Coal Oil per e.l
oiawco per n
Cotton per U
CSC. Ianny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has 011 hand a Stock of Goods
its extensive as anv in the
Southwest, and that he is de
termined 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
itv and cost.
II lde 1
uureq " ..
Oree n Calf
' " 14 to ft, 1
Dry Flint. . .W
Dry Halt... I IK
Pay Oil AN I) I'IC-NIC
MAY 13, 1872.
DM1SSI0N - 25 CENT!..
ZERO REFIUGEMTOIl "
Netv York Jlannfiictiire;
BEST IILST USE.
For Sale by
C. W. HENDERSON,
No. 190 Commercial Avenue.
WOOD I WOOD I ! WOOD 1 1
The underlined wlu furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD'
Aa Cheap, It aat Cbeaper
han any wood dealer Id Cairo. Leave orders'
n the elates at the I'ostoffioe an I at Host' coal
yard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
twelfth streets, Cairo, Illinois. 1 give good '
meaaure and wil cord the wood up lfdeairel.
u10-" DENNIS HALST.
1'AllKKIl k BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTSa-
Paltr, oaalao, Qasollae,
And the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL. J
BROsa' UUILDINO, COR. llTH-ST. A COM'
CATTW, . . XlLINOII.