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1'HJS OAlRO DAILY BtfliliETIN, WEDNESDAY, MAI 15,- 1872.
IMETABLR Or THI ILLINOIS CENTRAL S. It.
Ot Md after Sunday, Mar Ulb, H7t, th follotr
H, ue-4bte will rrrn the arrival Md depart-
on f rwii( trlnl el Cairo t
0mH -Malt trele. dally.... . i:?'ra'
tUpress, daily fc45p.m.
ir rN -Mail, diiy 8,5 -p
Fipeeea - . ......... 1.00 p.m.
Cairo end Ht. LouU Short Llr.
Arrive..-.-."".- . 3;45 p. Irii
Depart. - Vty a.m.
Xesbaafe of ear from Cairo lo HI. Lonls. No
cheat eVars from Cairo to ChleftKO. Elegant
awttag Koosa aleepiag cart on night traint.
sagaa. efceeked to all important points.
A yticclsl communication ol Cairo Lodije
..it of , a r am A M mil i it. iirm una
(Wednesday) evening at 7 o'clock.
Work In E. A. Heareo. Visiting I tetli.
ren cordially Invited to attend, fly order of Hi
W. II .
n FRANK lll.AKE, Secretary.
A good cook,
Apply at The Bulletin
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Kill make three trips dally,
ttitixa estao I itATixo oimd titr
At 7 -.. -..-....a.m. I At ....R.in
At 11.......... ...-a.m. I At 1:30 - p m
At tt.......-p.in. At e - ....M-p.m
ua each a. 30 ecnta t 10 ticket for 12 tfi,
Will lani .when helled, at any good Intermediate
eadiaclor paaaeagera or freight, novzitr.
CAIRO AND PADUUAH
TIm splendid steamer
$500,000 TO LOAN.
On Improved Kami Prapetly In sums of ll,i
and UpwanlJ, on l.mir Time and Low Interest,
T.C W ATKINS A CO.,
ui nam ri., uucjuom, ill".
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
II. UKXI'ORn rrnprUlur
Cok.'Oiuo Levee & Second St.,
tlaeensn conveved to and from the Iiepol Ireo
ol charge, diofl-tf
'Bkn. Howard dpt.
let Oslro DULY, (Sjo.Uya excepted) ft 4
a. Tut fraltrhtor Ma4M ipniron nr.i
lf JA)) P1Q..9, AK I
DR. J. tVSULLIVAN,
Omct-Ortt M. J. MeOsules's dm storo,
star corner CojimerclaJ arenue and r.icli-
Swath ilrrfl. 3-31lf
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
CK1DF..SCK No. tl Thirteeaih tret. b
tsreen nasnionioD avenue ana .tainuieirati.
it u , Commercial avenue, up ataira.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SB8IDKNCE corner.Vinth and IValuut els,
DaVe coiner nlxlli street and Hhlo levee,
tt bourt from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p. in
H. WARDNER, M. D.
SBltDKNCR Comer Nineteenth atreet and
Wasslnglon avenue, near court hoimo. Of.
oer the poetofflce. Olllcc houra lo to 12
am. and J lo 4 pm. anlkf.
Our Homo Advertisements.
SIGN OF THE
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
A Lnrge and Select Stock of
BOOTS. SHOES AND SLIPPKItS
Jutt rcceivod At ttio
CITY SHOE STORE.
CHKAl'KST HOUSE IN TUB .CITY
Fashionable Boots and Shoes,
Embracing llio very lntost style of
LADIES' MISSES' & CHILDREN'S
WALKING 4 PARLOR SHOES AND
Nilsson, Juniatta's & Bismark
TIES AND WALKING BOOTS.
AUo a Vry choice, aelecl and varied line of
Misses' and Children's Pearl Colored,
French Kid, Foxed Sergo aud
Morocco Shoes and Slippers.
QESTLKMEhf ASD YOUTlt'fi
Rl'.OLASKI'S, HAND MADE CUS
TOM WORK ROOTS. PRINCE
With full line of SLIPPERS, a specialty
I)o not mlM the opportunity whenever pre
sented, but call. Kvery one is milicited to exam
Imtoc their floe atock of good. J lS-Ct.
If you want tho Ieat bonrtl In
city call at the Court Homo Hotel.
Go to Wm. Kblor's, on Twuntloth
stroot, for your floe custom made boot
and shoo, You can't do better, lry
ICB! ICE!! ICE!!!
From Wednesday May 1st, tlin loo
wagon will canvaM the city, to cenllnun
during tho summer months. None but
puro nortlicrn Mia ico will bo (leiivorcu
Hum:, Loomi, & Co.
VrTBAnBiuvAKY Phenomenon. Cin.
clnnati, St. LouU nnd Milwaukco Rock
Ilcr drawn from the same ki-g at thu
Thai! saloon opposite The Uulleiin
offico. Milk puncbrt cobblon and mint
juleps skillfully compounded nccordlny to
tho moit generally approved formula.
For all tlio popular warm weather
beverages, go to the Thalia saloon, coriiu
of 12th tret and Washington avenue.
Swan & Co.,
Oroide and Jlilton Compound
Cutlery. Plated Ware, Fancy (Joori,
83 Ohio Lavec,
4-281 m. Cairo, Illinois.
THE LITTLE KENTUCKIAN,
No. OS Ohio lovee, is the place whero
they keep the freshoat Hah and game, and
the flnt'U wlnei, liquors and cigars, to be
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty
live cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
1872. SUMMER. 1872.
BARCLAY BROTHERS, dry goods! dry goods!
7 oniO, LEVEE,
Wholesale and Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We Veep a lull nloclc of 1'i.re DrugA una
A1k a complete line of toilet article. Im
ported and American Hoapt,
fofather wllua largo askortmcntof Drugflitu
As fictuM prtTsntiv ot CholftT, Typhoid
w a (7UirUarUAi CCPIirii ,
tm f .. .11 KUtta.ntital sand rOOtiClOtlfl
diaeaaas. It la put up lo paatboard carton., the
.u.l ....ur h-Annhnm. lrom which
a r.n h.r,riiiii.i . from a itarper box. rold
i. BARCLAY UHO-J.
Trte teUU prloo U 15 ca par package.
(Proceeding of the Board of Health OBicial.)
OTVicaBeiao or HatT. Ht. Loci. d lay,
lk. Tb realdent ptiyiciao ataiea mai ne iki
uad, ! the clir hoapiul, the carbolic wl't
Boadar and Cads It tha be.t disinfectant and
Mesroyer of bagi, anis, cotkroavhet Ac , ol
wktcb tw baa knowledjre. Your oummitiee re
roeaason me purcnue or tins powder lor use
(ttigaedi P.. It. O'BRIEN,
Cleik Hoard ol llealllj.
Wa art uow in receipt i f a fieuli atock nf
Kor Ilia season ; also a full line of
And Painters Materials generally.
tla returned from the Rot, having
purcitaeu mi larjresi ioc oi
Ever brought to Dili msikct
lie ha a lull line of
DOLLY VA11DE.N PRINTS,
lOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADF-",
laisll POPL1.N9, hrLK I'LAlIlS,
it nrU ol
Summer Dress Goods?
A'.no a full assortment of
i.adieh' and ciiildkkn'k
SHOES AND CLOTHING.
Of all Kinds nnd Price-.
EXAMINE HIS PRICES.
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding bouse, on Sixth
stroet, near tho post office, th proprie
tress would inform tho public that alio
is prepared to occommodato tbo public
with fint'Clas board and well furnished,
well ventilated room on the most reason
able terms. Amplo preparations havo
been made to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronoge so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Gakkney.
Pssfallwslloss Office. Bnllettss Bnllrtlst,
Horace Greeley to nE Ratikikh.
The Pouck Force aro now very act
ively at work onforclng tho ordinances.
Judoe Green Is absent from home. 11
is bollevcd ho will rolurn red hot for Greeley.
Capt. Phillips en route for New Or
leans. Will be homo again in a cotiplo of
Col.. Wood's ruupon thu goods-sell-ing
members of tho council Is only in tho
bud, but look out for its sudden blooming.
Councilman Watson at prc-cnt Is
employed in Cairo, lluildlng Is llvidy
there this season. Mound OUi Juurnnl.
Hon W. J.Allen, tliuuniompromisliig
doinocrnt of Egypt, will say n good word
for Greeley, nl the Atlicncuin on Friday
Jui)(ir. sFulkky, who didn't llko ii in
15C8 because wo woro for Cliae, H'ouhl
llko us better In 1872 if wo .wore more
ardently for Greeley than we are. Ho is
tlni most enthusiastic Greeley nmn In
Greeley at the "Athencum on Friday
There h not in Cairo, to far as ottr
observation goes, u Democrat who U not
an advocate of Greeley and Urotrn, and
decidedly opposed to the policy of putting
Doinocratic nominees into the Held.
Tub Preshytkkian Sunday StiiooL
steamboat excurion yesterday pa'ed oil'
plcaMintly, without accident or any di-a-groeable
event. The weather wn pleas
ant, and all tho excursionists enjoyed
the a flair very much.
We Have Them All 'trawberrics,
gooseberries, greou peas, cabbages, and
such luxuries. Strawberries are, however,
a marked luxury marked, S'J a cnito,
wholesale. At rotail, this would bo about
twenly-fivo cents a berry.
McIIale and his chuin gang are now re
pairing Washington avenuo in the vicin
ity of The Uulletin otlice, a fact which
wo doslro to call to tho attention of Col.
Who can resist the oiter. Tho
Continental Life Insuranco Company of
Now York issuo Lifo Policies for $1,000
on any age between lo and 'JI, for o cents
a day. W. F. Pitcher,
Gen'l. Agt. for Southern His.,
5-121 m. Cairo.
Ice Cream has become the institution
of the season, and Phil Saup's the most
popular in the city. His saloon lias be
come, in fact, ico cream headquarters, and
it is not the fashion to cat the luxury any-
whero else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, is neat nnd tidy, aud the presence of
no questionable characters is permitted in
it. Mr. Saup has, also, always on band
frcsli cakes of all kinds, cnndie., notions,
toys, &c, and deserves a continuation and
an increaso of the popular favor in which
his establishment is held. fi-Tdtf
DOGS! DOGS!- DOGS!
On nnd after tho 16th day of May
inst., all dogs found running at large on
which the tax has not been paid, will be
impounded and disposed of in accordance
with tho ordinances of thu city of Cairo.
5-3dtd A. Cain, City Marshal
Try Welcii'b London Confection
ery, corBaK Commercial aVenuu and
Nineteenth street, for Fruit, Spongo and
Lemon Cakos, Pics, Tarts and Hlanc
Mange, Jollies, &c., supper parties and
picnics supplied nt tin lowest prices.
A Cairo UrouY became drunk at
Mound City last week and wai considera
bly injured by a fall down a bank. It wa,
in fact, " smashed." It it not a lamuntablo
fact tbat no.trly all the C.iiro buggis that
visit Mound City betomu intoxicated and
suffer somo accident' Wo appeal to Pot
ter to stop this species of dissipation. It
will not do in this era of Liberal Repub
At No. SI Ohio Levee.
A large and complete stock of
Fresh ard New, Cheaper tlisn the Cheapest,
and better tnau the bit,
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND
Wm. Kblors, at his shop on Twentieth
street, opposite the Court House hotel, i
manufacturing boots a;id shoes, of every
style and variety, warranted to give por
feet satisfaction. He loops genuine French
calf nnd gives his customers all ho prom
SOMETHING NEW FOR AGENTS,
We announre lo all who wish lucrailvo em
ployment, that our engraving,
" THE MOTHER OF
i complete, and la pronounred the most Ixiititl.
ful subject ever engravnt. Nearly ono year's
lime and a larg amount nf money have been
apent toengiave It. M orders were tjken In ore
pl.ee In IS Uy i 76 In another in B ,Uya, and 100
inSdasintwoatrteiain acllv whero our aent
expect l'io ordem. atalo nd rumi agents
wanied. Lirge indlieemenla ottered, Uend for
circular. K. A. JIUICIISuN & m. url N.
Sixth at., 8L Louis, Me.
At a Special Meetino of the Rough
and Ready fire engine company, held at the
hall of thu company last night, tho newly
elected officers were installed. Thu woll
eitabllshed reputation of this organization
for abstemiousness, if not extreme tem
perance, forbids us to intimate that after
the meeting had adjourned tho now offi
cers wore required to fill several flagon.
of beer and that the bov took caro to see
tbat thev woro properly and promptly
In the Harrisiiuro Chronicle, (Sa
line county), wo tlnd tho following : " As
we pasted through Carml, on Momlav last,
we were informed that between four and
flvo miles of track bad been put down on
the line of tho C. 6c V. road, in tho di
rection of Grayvillo. A large quantity of
iron was standing on thu side track at that
place, loaded ou now cars marked " Cairo
and Vincennes railroad.' The work o
grading was in progress south from
The Hon Ordinance remains a dead
lattor, and will until tho, council can find
eomo way to pay tho officers tho expenses
thoy are compollud to go to in its enforce
ment. Mr. Myers, chief of police, raided
thu porkers vury effectually somo tlmn
ago spent money In catching and pounc
ing tnom and In selling tlu-m, and when
ho pretontod his bill had tho pleasuro of
seeing tho fathers go buck on It. This Is
not as It should be. "Pay expenses, and
bo without lugs on the street ; or continue
to repudiate, and griimblo away," Is what
tho officers say, and wo glory in their
punk. Wo wish tho officers to do their
aholo duty, but wo don't want mem to
pay tho city for tho privilege.
The HoifsK and His Rider. It was a
mppy tlay for liorsu and Ills riuer wnon
thuMustnng Liniment was introduced as
a cure for the external injuries nnd dis
eases of both. I if tho stable, tho barn,
and the household this wonderful cmolll-
nt Is equally useful. If a horse is spur
ned, or foundered, or Iniriiess-galhvJ, or
alllletcd with any other of the many super-
flcial Ills that rquino flesh is heir to, tlio
Liniment effects a permanent cure, nnd it
equally efficacious when applied to
draught oxen or cows suffering from out
ward swellings, stra'ns, or hurt of any de
scription. As an application Tor iirnisu
burns, cuts, rheumatism, stiff joints, neu
ralgia, sprain", earaeho find toothache, It
takes precedence for all other topical rem
edlo, and is therefore an article of prime
necessity in families. A-lfioodiVwlw.
The General Oi-iNfo.v of the city is
that tlm services of a health o Hirer should
at once bo procured, nnd every effort mndo
iv the authorities to crush out tlio small-
- ... . . .t.l iLl 1. -
pox. It win not uo to piny wnu wn i-
case, rrompt action li required, i.ei nn
officer bo at or.co appointed, aud instructed
o sen that citizens keep their promise1. In
roiier condition, and to report from time
to time what U necessary to bo done to
drive tho loathsome -liseaso from thocity
Mr. Summer well, if his services could be
procured, would make the best officer that
could be appointed. Ho knows the bnsi
nes thoroughly, and don't caro for friend
or foe. V hen ho ie nlwut, with proper
nuthoritv, every body must toe tho mark
Thl matter should not be allowed i1ep.
We Do Nor Desire the city council to
enter upon an extravagant coiirso, but wo
do believe it is the duty of tho city to pro
vide without delay for tho extermination
of tho small-pox pest, and, in our opinion,
the llrst step to be tnken in this direction
is the appointment of a health officer, on
whom should bo imposed tho duty of see
ing thatatho sRtiitary rules adopted by the
council or board of health are enforced
Mayor ljin'den has been very active in
his effort to restrict the disco to its
present limits, and in these efforts lm ex
nosed himself to the contusion. He should
bo seconded in his labors by tho council
and no considerations of economy should
bo sufficient to induce any member to
deny to tbo mayor an officer to aid htm in
the disagreeable duty he has upon bis
Grand PicNic of the Cairo German
Tumors, at Port Jefferson, Kentucky, on
Pfingst-Sunday, May 19, 1871!. Tho ferry
bwat is engaged for tho occasion aud will
leave the foot of Sixth street precisely at
8J a.m. and 1J p. m. Tickets GO cts.for th
round trip A good time Is anticipated, as
everything possible will bo done to mak
it a Joyful occasion. Come ono, come all
Carl L. Thomas,
Commlttei of Arrangements.
Try the Excelsior. Thote who in
dulgo themselves in luxuries such as St.
Louis Lager Rear, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich Wines nnd ice cold Lemonades, all
sweetened with dnest piuno music, should
call on Fred. Blankenburg s, Ho has tho
coolest, quietest and finest saloon in the
west. Ho has also a flue billiard table for
tbo use of his guests andahis cigurs cannot
bo excelled. 5-10dlm
Do yoa wish to receive all the binenefit of
mt;blue LICK, Ky,
.Y?'L'2?il lh of a Irtp to those resorts.
UfJ&J 10 We receive these waters dl
I'S.TJ: I"bVj. n,t re prepared to lur-
L 5E, .K.it T? t0LDt w'iy
- , -V ''.."oa living at a distance,
iiii.J.f;W.'h !' " their honnea.
' Eatrela. Call and
" HMdiclBal virtue of
. J alaW
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
U'isiusoroN Atinvv , Co. 7th Hrar.nr,
Keep en hand good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds.
Which they tall at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
The are also prepared tt supply Ladies end
Oentlemas with the: BUT or HHUP WORK, as
Cgiwes that defy compeilUoo.
Mr. R. P. Robblns is tho agont for tho
Protection Life Insuranco Company, of
Chicago, in this city. In tbeso days whon
ills looked upon as ono of tho christ Ian d ti
tles of man to insure his lifo, thus securing
to bis family in thu event of his death, tho
necessaries and comforts of lifo,
it Is a matter of Impor
tance to select a company which
is at once safe and economical. Tho Pro
tection Lifo Insurance Company is such a
one. It Is instituted on the mutual con
tribution plan, a plan by which lives may
be insured at an oxpersa so small as
scarcely to be felt. A membership feo for
a policy limited to $2,600 is- $14 oo, or
for a policy of $6,000 $20.00, and the an
nual duet are on the first $4 00 and on
the last f 5 00. For full particulars, appll
cation should be made to Mr. Robblns.
Mr. John O.. Hauman, will, we under
stand, be a candidate for re-election to the
office of circuit clerk. Harman is recog
nlzeu by nil tho lawyers ind other ex
ports as ono of the best clerks in Illinois
Ho has been brought up to the business
and knows no other well; aud althotigl
thero are tlioso who complain of bis bear
ing occasionally, there is no man who docs
not recognize bis many sterling qualities
his honesty, straightforwardness and
good hcartcdncss, and admit that Alex
andor county might do much worse than
re-elect him to the office bo has filled to
long and well.
' Lobs or Time. Housekeepers should
not experiment with untried stoves,
they would savo time and money. Tho
Charter Oak line been tested by time, nnd
proved a success in doing moru and bet
tor work than any Stove made, and is
guarrantecd or your money refunded.
This is a truth easily proved, Ak
your neighbor. d&wlt.
We Have Been info'rmod that one of
the police proposes to make The Uulle
tin "dry tip." Wo aro watching and
watting ovor tho border Whon wo havj
anything to say in criticism of the official
conduct of any publio officer wo shall
freely say It, and aro vory willing to take
tho consequences. If either of the officers
of tho city has como to tho conclusion
that ho will not submit to crltichm ho is
out of place, and will find boforo he gets
through that ho is nltogcthor too big for
The 'Sun' has llxcd the offices for tho
Liberals, but it Is too fast. Whon Grceloy is
president, officers will bo elected for their
qualification!, not for tholr political influ
ence, and if McKaolg and Fisher nnd the
others have done their duty, and men bet
tor qualified do not apply for their places,
wo shall insist on allowing them to remain
in tho offices they now 1111. The Liberal
movement Is not an offico-seekor's move
ment, and will not drive from place
any worthy officer for tbo reason that ho,
supported Grant for the presidency.
Messrs. Fisher and McKaolg may there
fore go in for Grant. They need not be
timid. Liberals are eivil service reformers,
and all we demand of officers Is a faithful
performance of duty.
The following is the programme ot thu
Parlor Concert, to be given nt the rest
dence of W. W. Thornton, Eiq., on Tliurs
day evening, 10th insU
1, Delta Kapna Ep. ilor March. Allrd Prae
J. Come In the ninth ol the Morning
The Rote Bush Miss F. 11 Hodge
4. Ava Mails, (Btradella) - Floinw
ft. Tha Choristers Glee - Conn
S, Non e ber m Matter
7. I.e I'arlale d'armnr, (Faust) . .....iounoi
Miw. T. B. Sackett.
e. 'Tl Hit, l.i.i rose of Summer Old Medley
9. Angel Mary MuU .nl
Mrs. W. J'. Halliday, Annie Pitciiki
Sciioenmeyer & Co., corner Winning
ton uvenue and Tenth street have ju-t re
ceived a lot of bureauj, full, half an
quarter marble, and have on hnnd a vory
fine stock of all kinds of furniture. On
feature is, tho John's patent bed spring,
novelty in its way that mum challengo th
admiration of every person who sees it
Wo havo given to tho spring a careful
examination, and we do rot bcsltutu t
say it is tho best we fiver saw. It is what
wo long huvo sought in tho way of u be
spring and mourned because we found
not. S. & Co. liavo ul;o ongaged tho scr
vices of a flrst-cliiis upholsterer, and aro
now prepared to till orders in that line on
the shortest notice and to guarantee entlro
The Mound City Journal, in one o
its churlish mood, hays : " Cuirn acted
little piggish toward Mound City in th
Cincinnati convention. Of tlio ten dole
gates sent from this district, under the
rules only three could participate in the
proceedings of, tho convention, nnd Cairo
proceeded to appropriate to liorself two
of tho three, leaving Mound City out in
the wet." This charge Las its foundation
in jcHlousy, nnd is far from tho truth.
The Cairo delegation was as a whole and
in its constituent parts a model of inodcdy
and retiring worth. Mr. Jack Winter,
for iiiitnnct1, would scorn to walk In whero
tbo strictest regard for propriety would
forbid, and his Indisposition to
put himself forward is too well known
to need comment. If, therefore, Cairo took
tho lion's sharo of tbo honors of tho dele
gation from this district, it was simply
because Cairo was entitled to such u share
because, tho convention could not havo
progressed in a satisfactory manner if
Cairo bad stood back in tlio shallow. The
'Journal' must luarn to comprehend Cairo
Llbornlism must toach ilsolf lo know
that the world could move only with diffi
culty if we, of (Lis village, should bide
our light under a bushel, as our modesty
suggests wo should.
M. DuitNft, proprietor of tho Mechanics'
boarding house, corner Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that he is now keeplug a tlrst-class hotel
nnd boarding house for tho accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests. Ho hus accommodations for
eighty to ono hundred pcoplo ; his tablo is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bed in tbo houso that has not dither
a set of springs or a feather bed. Clm
FiiK Fou.owino Item nr Newm has
beon a dtind secret with us for Several
ccks. Wo discovered It In tbo Mound
City "Journnl," and transfer It to our
columns, requesting our renders to say
nothing about it!
"Tlio Cairo and Vincennes railroad
Company will localo tholr warehouses and
epots at Cairo In tho bend, Just this tldu
f thu Ills. Central road. Tho Cairo Citv
Company has donated to them thlrtv-llvo
ncrcs of I mi il for tho purpose there. Thev
vlll soon proceed to III! up itvo acres of II
to a level above high-water mark. The
selection Is good on account of tho lu.ul
liiL'. which i excellent there at all seasons
of tho year, tlio water being deep enough
for tho largest class ol vessels.
The " llouaKKci'.pKit" of Gun Health,
The liver is the grout depuratiii'g or
blood cleansing organ of tho system. Set
tbo great housekeeper nf our health at
work, nnd tho foul corruptions which gen-
lor in tho blood, and rot out, ns it were,
the machinery of life, aro gradually ex
pelled from llieatstom. For this purpose
Dr. Plcrcu's Gulden Medical Discovery is
pro-cminciitly tho nrtielo needed. It cures
very kind of humor from the worst scrof-
la to tho common pluiple, blotch or erup
thin. Great oaling ulcers kindly heal un
lor its mighty curative Influence. Viru.
lent blood poisons that lurk in tliu system
re by it robbed of their terror, and by a
persevering and somewhat protruded uo
of it, tlio mosttnlnted system may bo com
pletcly renovated and built up anew. En
lurgcd glands, tumors and swellings dwin
dle itway and disappear under thu influ
ence or this groat resolvent. It is sold by
all druggist.. Olil-0,1.1 dw It.
Momhlie. 'Doinorust s Monthly' for
June ii un excellent number, full of hand
some illustrations, summer fashions, ami
interestlni: literary matter. Jennlu Juno's
papers on thu " I'liyslcul Lifo of Woman "
add grcitly to the value of the muiithly,and
1 Heck at the Farm i.an ab.orbing homo
story which will run through the current
Tlio 'American Jouriiaiii-t mid
Advertiser's Index ' it a monthly peri
odical devoted especially to the intercut of
publishers and advertisers. Tho 'Journal-
ist, is handsomely printed ani ubiy edited
and is Itself a good itdvorthcment for its
enterprising publishers, Coe, Wetheroll
& Co., Philadelphia, P.i.
Wohuvuju't received the 'me .Irf
it " monthly journal ot tbo polite world. '
The l'int Ard is edited by two ladius,
Miss Liura Kceno and Miss Kinma Webb
Nivort, and is a dainty publication in
every respect. J ho May number contain,
two exqubito iliuitrations, " Christ heal
ing thu sick, " fron. tho original Rem
brandt, and ' From shifting shade to sun
chine pass.'' Thu literary matter it of
the light and elegant chnraclor, with
much information interesting to lover of
painting, poo try, etc., Terms of the Fine
Arts, 60 cents a number or $5 a year.
Address Fine Arts Publishing Company
34 Bond street New York.
Pat FlUgcrald, of tho sample room
has received the appointment of ngent for
the sale of tho Hnmmondsport, N. Y., Cr-
bana Wino Company's wines in this city
If the bottle with which wo have beon
favored is a sample of tho quality of
these wines, then we aro prepared to say
that thoy arc among tho best we have ever
tasted. Ho has just received u Inrge con
signment, which he is prepared to tA at
the lowest figures. He has also on hand a
largo and complete stock of the various
brands of lrl.li, Scotch and American
whiskies, nnd wines of nvery variety.
was four days, Including 101 landings and
tho loss or four hours by sinking n conl flat
noar Bayou Horn. Sho mado tho trip to
now Urloans and rolurn in exactly ninu
days nnd ono hcur nnd did all her bus!- .
neSS. That Sets tbo lioi? nun lintn higher.
Tho Nightingale pAoxl. bv without
landing, and had a slim trip for Askanias
river, int) Uarrott iind X loaded barges
In tow for St. Louis. Tim Messenger had
all sho codld bring out ou the water. She
was aground several hours on Tread water
bar. Tho Henry Froliasoi hail a good
trlpf freight and passengers for Ht.
Louis. The II. C. Wilson passed down
for Niiw Orleans with a tow of frolgbted
barges. Tho plc-nlc boat T. . Kckort
went to Caledonia and back with a largo
picnlo yostorday, and tho affair was en
joyed by all who wont.
Col. Uaokor was In town Monday, nnd
speaking of the Oceanus disaster, tho old
Colonel says that It was tho most beartrcn
doring thing ho ever saw. Tho cries of
the victims could bo plainly heard, and
the devouring flames seen from his place,
which is only n short distnnco from the
place of tho accident. Ho had no mean)
of rendering nny nsistanco or ho would
havo done so, old as ho Is.
Curly Mike has got a now Greoloy hat,
and J tin Arrlck has a bran now pipe.
STEAMBOAT BUTCIIE R,
lly Xnllonnl llnnk Hulltlliiir.
Speolal attention paid toirder lrom "testa
oats ulcht or day.
1)10 MVlDY (Via l.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and ou usual
torm, at the yard at Grand Tower, 111".
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon application.
II. V. Ol.VI HANT,
I). A. IIOKEE, Gel.'l, Slipl.
Sales Agent. .t-lfi-ly.
Steamer H. C. Wilson, Louisville.
" Hollo Lee, New Orleans.
' Nightingale, Cincinnati.
" J. W. Garnctt, PitUburg.
" 'City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
" .Messenger, Pittsburg,
" X. S. Turner, New Orleans.
Henry I'robtico, Cincinnati.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" City of Chester, St. I.oul-.
" Jim Fisk Jr., I'adticah.
Steamer II. C. Wilson, Now Orleans.
" Hello Lee, St. Louis.
Nightingale, Little Rock.
' J. V. Gurnett.St. Louis,
City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
" .Messenger, St. Louis.
" II. S Turner, Louisville.
' Henry Probasco, St. Louis.
" Illiuoii:, Columbus.
" Citv of Chester. Memphis.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Puducali.
1IOATN 10 LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tlio Colorado Is the regular Vlckibnrg
packet, leaving this ovenlng nt .1 o'clock.
The Arkansas Belle is the packet for all
poults on tho Ohio river. The JJexter is
Is duo bound for Now Orlcms, and leaves
thin evening. Tlio Jim Fisk is tho daily
I'aducah packet, and lands for every ball.
TheNilo Is duo to-day for Little Rock and
nil points on Arkansas river.
CONDITION OV THE ltlVERi.
The docllno In tlio Ohio is general and
thu channel is getting pretty shallow in
somu places; thero Is probably 8 feet In
the channel to Evansvillo. Cumberland
and Tonnos-Hco continuo on tho decline.
The Mississippi is ri.lng rapidly at St.
Louis. 1 1 raised 70 inches m 10 hours and
the prospects for n good stago of water
in that river aro encouraging nnd puts
now lifo In tho stcamboatmon, Tlio rivers
above St. Louis aro swelling.
HUhlNESS AND WEATHER.
Business .was niodoiately active on tho
landings although tho port list was small.
Tho weather was partly cloudy Indicat
ing rain, Tlio atmosphoro was qulto
Tho Belle Leo arrived from below with
e big trip of people and went to St. Louis
Her time from New Orleans to this por
Tho Arlington Garden, n delightful
place of resort, is now ready for vtslt'V .
Tents have been spread on the gre,(
sward, a high, close fence surrounds the
garden, and Indies and gentlemen may
enjoy tho finest uf-ico cream nnd the cool
est of lcmonado, freo from tlio public gar.''.
T. It. Elli-, Prop r
T. K. Kills, proprietor, corner "th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared lo nccommodato tho public with
board by tbo day, week or month, at lower
rates than nny other first-class houso lit
thocity. Tho rooms aro all well fur-
nbhed, Itght and airy, good sample rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho house Is located in the cen
ter of the business part of the city within
one square of tho post otlice. 4-9.tr
New and fashiouable Hats nnd Bonnets
just received by Mrs. Anna Lang nn
Eighth strict. Ribbons, Laces, Dolly
Vardn, Trimmings, Velvets, fancy ar
ticles of all varieties freli nnd new.
lidli'S call aud examlno our stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere. We consider
it a pleasure to show goods whether you
purchase or not. Kvcrythlng is new and
of tho htei styles, to be sold very low.
m inn:i.i.a.m:oi n.
A G E N T S W A N TED FOR
THE MORMON WIFE.
Thi tlirillmi! Andle.rlio bo .k esmpri.'s lh
adieitures au.i exprlere.'e of a winan itn'H
6y hfrtfl,Uir )r the wife of a Mormnn
Prophet Ik In.mgall th Jtl my .ter.ous, wicked
and trtlln, abuundiuz thillling adrrnlurr,
uiimoroii. mid pi-tliclic trues tha must l.
natiriK book extant, hterl portrait of theauthor
, portrait of leadluK Mormon., both ne anJ
uottcx. Life and tvenes in fish. etc. ifjclf "
(, Ait,iU. For eirculr addres. V.U.LCT PL U
LllUl.Vf CU RI Liuie, Mu. 3 1-dAwlUm
rgrStimrt & Gholaon will
oilbr on Monday, May 13, a
new lineof verv Choice Prints;
also a full assortment of Mus
lins, Table Linens, Napkins,
etc, at very low prices. We
will also offer it very largo lino
of Gents', Ladies' and Misses'
Hosiery, of all descriptions, at
prices that will not fail to at
We .'ire also ottering a very
largo assortment of Summer
Dress Goods, "Whito
find White Trimmings, Cor
sets, Gloves, Ribbons, etc., at
unusually low prices.
Come and see us before buy
t-ST'C. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in tho
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to sell ovory 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.