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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1872.
TIMETABLE 07 THB ILLINOIS CBNTKAL H. .
Ob and after Sunday, Ma. Hth.UH, the follow
UK time-table will govern th arrival and depart
art of ptinnatr trains t Cairo t
Car-Mil iraln, dally 4.M .m.
irrtrt Mall.dslly. .... . . S:
Expaes - ,f'nl'
Cairo and HI. Louis Bhott Llae.
Arrive - - .......... ........Sits p.m.
Depart 11.3) a.m.
Nochsnitof cars fromCairo lo Ht. Louis. So
chaaxa ofen from Cairo to Chicago. Elegant
iHeg Boom aleeping cr on nilit trains,
ajutage checked to alt important points.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make, thrta trip dally.
At 11 ,
. I At (::W-.... a.m
in tickets for 12 HP,
andinalor nassena-ersor freight. nov21lf,
Vta each war. 30 cents!
Will lani , whan hailed, at any Rood intermediate
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
The iplendid eteamar
BEN. HOWARD Capt.
tea Clro IH1LV, Oindsy excepted) all
in. K.it iraUhtor P"WW,i,u".!0t r
an3tf JAS Hlul.a, Ag I.
WANTED AcenU for Unlit. Permanent and
Money Making employment. Hells In every fam.
Ily. J. T. I1KUWN It CO., Cincinnati, o.
A rurrhaeer or partner for Forrest Mou';
In Vorreat City. Arkansas, nn thoMemtihls and
MM Hock railroad, loal filled un and fully fur
nished, eapable of aceomtnodnt tig 3j t" n
guests, fronting and In fifty Tarda of depot.
Duly hotel In the tlty. City two veara old, rot.
talna 1.MX1 Inhabitants, art buildings tone tip
alnee. 1st January. Mont Important point on the
rou i. Ilrancn from Helena, Under contract In
c.innctwlth llila road it Ihle point, lit July,
fniircounllea up Crawley' Kidge, tributary to
his point, ehlppeit over7 OWbiilea cotliin lur
Init season iuet rlnaltip. My lease extends lo 17.1.
Heaeons-want nl tneana lo enlarge, and owing
to till health, aome practical hotel man, to take
chaiK.it I desire to lie absent during summer
and 111. t,tv inecai, munis m'. ui uiuui,.
will hoy Willi Hie prlvllegrsuf my lene, or lull
that anin will buy a haH Inlnest
.VIiMf J. K. I'HICK, Proprietor.
TliK tct plnca In town to buy your
shoes in lit Black' City Shoo Store, comc-
Kighlh street nwl Commercial nvoiiuo.
sk for too Brolaski bhop-mado, and
you nro wnrrnnted n good pnlr nt n low
price. Ho I nlmost giving nwny l-.astcrn
mndo boots nnd shoe, lint ho can't wnr
HARRY WALKER & CO., PRUPR'S.
Dlt. J. C. SULLIVAN,
"VKKICE Over M. J. McGnulej's drug aiore,
I I neareoruer Conmerclal avmue ami
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. I.
RKSIt)i:NCK No. 21 Thirteenth atreet. b.
Iwrva Wa.hmgion atcnue and Wnlnut atrett.
Office 1 OoiiimeriMnl aenue, tip lair.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RfMlliEXCK-conier.Vinth ami Walnut ati,
.liIiCH-corner ilxtli ntreel and whlo lee.
OT.ce liourj from ti a.m. to U in., and p.m
H. WAUDNKR, M. D.
Rl-WinESCP-Ciiriier Mni'ttentli alreet and
Wahingtoii atrenue, near court houe. Of.
tir orer the poetotlice. Ortlce hour 10 to 11
n.ni.uiid'JIot p in. lanlOtf.
Our Homo Advertisements.
tlOOUIWO per month, everywhere, male and
female, lo Introduce- the the tate.t Hni roved,
ii, n. I .imn.e mill nei'm't HlltllTliK SKtTIN'O
MACIIINK ever Invented Wo chalteni the
world lo competo w llh It. Price only tlx of, and
fully warranted for fivo years, maklnit in
Elastic Lock St tel., aliPo on b.ith hlilee. Tlifl
name aa nil Ihft hlyh tiriced llltlttle
machines. Al.o, the reltlirateil nnd
lii.t COMMON SKNHK KAMII.V HKWINO MA.
CHINK. Price only l' 0, ami fully warranted
inrnve veare. 1 hexe mai'hlnea will itllcli. hem.
fell, tuck, quilt, cord, tilod, Irahl nnd embroider
lit a mo.t aiiprrlor manner. And ore warranted
to ilo ali mirk Ihat call lie done on unv hlgh.tiriceil
tiiacjiiiie In tli world. Pur circular and lenin
a hire. 5 H. W YNKOOP A CO ,'Ak'il ltldye avrnue.
ur 1'. U. Iiox, iiin I'liiiaueipiua, l a. o-a, jiiiw
mis uoi'at: in Mlwly kittkd up
187:2. SUMMER. 1872.
DRY GOODS! DltY GOODS!
i Ilaa retiirnd from the E.at, having
l( pur chsted Hit largest stock ot
Ever brought to this market.
He has a lull line of
HOl.LV VAHllK.N PRINTS,
I'OLLY VAPiDKN fcUNSHADH3,
IUI9U POPUNH, MM PI.AIII9,
il xirU ot
Summer Dress Goods.
A!fn a full ntunrtment of
la in hi' axd chilukkn'm
SIIOKS AND CLOTHING.
Of all Kinds and Prices.
"JENNY LIND" TABLES,
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Street, botwecn Watblnitton
and Uoinmcrclul AVuliuv.i,
Is r.celvlng dally new llivolces of
01 vi ry description, and at 1'aicis 7mit hik
TIIK LATKHT NTYLXM Of
SPRINtJ AND SUMMER GOODS
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with alt the other articles kept In a
Fuel Class Millinery and 'I rlmmliiga biute. To
l e sold nl the very lowest Uure.
"Call mid aeo her. Nu Irjukle to show
DOLLEY VARDKN 1CB CREAM.
llKUUIITPUt., DKMCATr, KXtlLLLNT, I A-
At Gcorce Rcnlng's Ic Crcnin and Con-
fcctlonnry Saloon, between Seventeenth
and Eluhteonth Street, Cnmmerclnl
Goorco Is not only nn olegnnt, pluuslng
nnd amusing barber nnd tnsty lmlr cutter,
but nlio n ihlnlng liir In tho Ico CroHiu
and Confectionary lln. His luxurltius
Strawberries will cure rheumatism within
twenty-four hours, and his Leinomulo will
cool down tho hottest Grant man In the
country. IIU CL-nr nro delicious, pure
Havana and branded H. 0,, which stands
for Horace Grooloy.
Go nil nnd tintronl.o Gcoruo. u-lH-lt
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho sample room
has received tho appointment of agent for
tho sale of tho Humuiotidipurt, N. ., Ur
batia Wine Company's wines in this city
If tho lottlo with which wo have been
favored is a satnplo of tho quality of
theso wines, then wo arc prepared to say
that they nro union u' the host we liiivo ever
tastod. Ho hits lust received a Ltriro con
signment, which ho Is prepared to tell at
the lowest llgurcs. Ho has also on hand a
large and complete stock of tint various
brand of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
Agents a an led lu every City, Town and Coun
ty, for the Uorham Linen, Hook end Car
Marker. No risk, tine inarxa lor a wln.li tain.
Ily. Address A. M. KICHAIt. MIX. 131 We.t
Madlaun Stri et,.'hlc:igo. i-lti u.iJlni
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
1. IIEXrOHD rroprlelor
Cor. Ohio Lkyek& Seco.vii St,
tlsegHge conveyed to and from tho I'epot free
ol charge. di-u.lf'
TUK NALOON IM STOCKKD WITH
H E BEST BRA NDS
M. Buknh, proprietor of the Mechanics
boarding house, cornor Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that he is now keeping a Qrst-class hotel
and boarding house for tho accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests.' Ilo has accommodations for
eighty to one, hundred peoplo; his tablo la
well kept, his rooms light and airy, uud
not a bed in the' house thut has not either
a set of springs or a feather bed, fi-lm
At No. 84 Ohio Lkvei:.
A largo and complete stock of
'reh tr.U !Ww, Chtttjr thn Iti Cheapen!.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND
HARDY & GREEN WOLD.
W.sKiaoTOb Avim't, V. Itu HraisT,
Keep a band a good aisortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' HOOTS AND SHOES.
And Mltsea' und Children's Uaitkks and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call ami Examine.
TIiv are al.o rrenaied tu .udoIv Lidir. sn.l
Ceutlemeu with the HKiT OK nlltii' WOHU, at
CAJRO CITY COAL
(a prepared to supply eustuiner wlUi tho Ltsi
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
-VRnKtl's lellat llalllday Ilro., offloe, TU OHIO
i) I.KVEK.Pr at the Coal tsrd below the hi.
CharlM I!?'4.'!'1' Twelve proinpl atleollon
' a. 1A1 K" Mil l..liiu ....ul
ABK COMPOUNDED IN TU E
MOST APPROVED STYLE.
Tho Arlington Garden, a delightful
place of resort, Is now ready for visitors.
Tents have been spread on tho grncu
award, a high, closo IVih'h surrounds tho
garden, and ladies ami gentlemen may
enjoy tho tlnost of lee cream ami tho cool
est of lemonado, free from the public gaze.
T. II. Ellis, Prop'r.
Win. Ktilors, nt his shop cm Twentieth
street, eppo.itn ttie Court lloiire hutel, is
manufacturing boots nnd shoes, of every
stylo and variety, warranted to give per
fect satisfaetion. He keeps genuine French
calf and gives his customer all he prom
tcirCOME AND SEE
TUK TUG ' MOM'Al'K '
aide eleamem atauv linur.
WOODI WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
Tht undarsigne.i will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
AM CtaMfs, II Ml Ckcai.tr
Wood df1 I n' .':" "rdsr.
a Vht tla'tt aM Iht PostolBca to at Ito..' u.l
ai4, OsBBitrelal avtnut, btrwsen T.uili and
They keep on land a Uno stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HERRINGS
Art sprsal morning aud avtulng
At which all are Invited to partake
FREE OF CHARGE.
TllY WkLCII'h LONIION CoNtTECTION-
krv, coriar Commercial avenuo and
Ninetoonth stroet, for Fruit, Spongo and
Lemon Cakes, Pies, Tarts nnd Blanc
Mange, Jellies, Ac, supper parties and
picnics supplied ut tht lownst prices,
CENTRA Is HOUSE.
Having rcfurnialicd this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near tho post olllee, the propria
tress would inform tho public that hho
is prepared to accommodaiu tho public
with first-class board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Ample preparations have
been mado to accoiumodato an unlimited
number of day boarders, Patronugo so
lleited. Mits. T. N. Gaitnkv.
Who can resist tiik offkr. Thp
Continental Life Insurance) C'oinpauy of
Now York hsue Life Policies fur $1,000
on any ago between 15 and -4, for It cents
a day. W. F. Pitch k. it,
Gcu'l. Agt. for Southern 11. s.,
5-121 in. Cairo,
EXTKAORDINAKV PlIKNOMKNOK. Cin
cinnatl, St. Louis and Milwaukee Bock
Beer drawn from tho same keg at tho
Timlin saloon opposito Tin: Bulletin
otllcc. Milk punches cobblers aud mint
juleps skillfully compounded according to
tho most gcnernlly approved formula.
THE UTTLK K KNTl'OKIAN,
No. 53 Ohio luvee, is iht iilacc where
they keop tho freshest flsh nnd game, and
the llnest' wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty
Uvo cents. Open dav nnd night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Mr. R. P. Robbina U tho agent for tho
Protection Life Insurance Company, of
Chlcagd, in this cltv. In theso duvs when
it is looked upon as one of tho christian du
ties of man to insurn his life, thus securing
to his family In tho event ot his death, tho
necessnrles and comforts of life,
it l a matter of impor
tance to select n company which
is at onco safo and economical. The Pro
tection Life Insurance Coinpm.y is such n
one. It l instituted on tho mutual con
tribution plan, a plan by which lives may
be bjpured at an expertu so Miiull as
scarcely to be felt. A membership feu for
a pulley linuteil to si.OOO Is 00, or
fur a policy of 0,fO) (20.00, und tho an
nual duel are on the first $1 00 and on
the last 5 00. For full particular, itppli-
ration should bo made to Mr. Robbins.
MOUND CITV EXCURSION.
Tho steamers Eekert, Tjrone und tug
Montauk will lcavu tho Cairo wharfboat
on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock pre
cisely, to carry Liberal Republicans, Dem-
ticrats, ladles, etc , to the great Greeley uiul
Brown ratification meeting tit Stokes' hall,
Mound City, Wednesday ovenimr. Gov.
Palmer, Gen. Jones, Judge Wulton, Hon.
H. W. Wobb, Judge Allan, Capt. Wm.
II. Hamilton and otburs will address thu
tnueting. Brass and string bands will bo
on bourd. Co mo one, come all ; men,
women and children, and have a regular
old love fuast. Faro for tho round trip
wenty-tlvo cents. S-ildllt
Paklleatlon OIHrc, Hnlletla BMllcllnK.
Go TO MoUNll ClTV To-NlOUT.
The Splkni)M)"Moonlit NiniiTs now
tempt tho lovers of tho boautlful nnd
othor lover., lo tnko ovcnlng wnlks.
Tiik Lamm are Invited to ntlend the
liberal meeting at Mound City to-n'.gltt.
One of ocr Fanhio.vaiilk Milliners
Informs its that tho "walking stick para
sols" nro tho only kind which soli now lo
IlKKEMHEIt lllK LlMKUAI, Ml'.ETlNU at
Mound City to-night.
Read the likt or Speakers who will
address tho meeting nt Mound City to
Go to Blankenburg's Excolsior for cool
Weiss beer. 6-'J2dtf
Mollie Howe, formorly of tLls city,
sco our St. Louis letter, is on tho hoards
in that city.
The military company will drill this
evening. All tho members will ploasu bo
on httndnt 7 o'clock, sharp.
The or. a mi i.uihii: of the ancient order
of Odd Follows of this stale U announced
to mcot nl Trenton, III., on the -'Jlli inst
The flowers which Cora Kelly left
nt The Bulletin olllcu this morning aru
as fresh and plea'itnl to look at as tho lit
tie girl herself.
In tu vino the name of Halley's baby
yesterday morning, wo lold the truth, but
not tho wholo trulh. Mr. Halley desires
us to snv tho boy's name Is Horace Ben
jamln Greeley Uratz llrown Halley.
On and after this day, May loth, I will
pay a reward of twutity-tlvo ceills each,
for all doijs found running at large, on
which thu taxes have not been paid, said
dogs to be delivered to mo at the dog
pound, on the corner of Ohio levee and
Tenth street, old city pump.
6-1 Andrew Cain, City Marshal.
Cairo, III., May 15, I87i.
Wo, tho undersigned barber, in the
city of Cairo hereby mutually agree nnd
pledge, ourselves that on and after Sun
day, June 2D, 1872, WK WILL KEEP OUR
IlAKUER SllOPH CLOHED ON SUNDAY
IH'ltlNO TUK ENTIRE DAY, II lid will not
do any harboring business of whateve
kind or description on that day.
F. Theobold, George Wise,
W. Alba, Robert Munroe
A. E.clilsch, C. Alba.
G Relnnii.'g, R.Leffel,
U. Schick, (,ut, Helu,
Geo. Sleinhousc. F. Slither.
Wm. Schick, Robert Uedfold,
D. Lam pert, Charles Anderson
John Bedford, Jeff. Brown,
r.uward Hraxton, llavu Tylor
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills,, is
prepared to accommodate tho publlo with
board by tho day, week or month, ut lower
rates than any other firvtt-olnsj house in
the city. Thu rooms are all well fur
nished, light and uiry, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. The house is located in the cen
ter of the business pari of tho y within
one aquaro of the post ollloe. 4-9-tf
For nil tho popular warm weather
bovorugci, go to tho Thalia saloon, cornor
of 12 111 street and Washington avenue.
Swan A; Co.,
Oroldu uud Millon Compound
Cutlery, Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, &c
83 Ohio Levee,
I.t!31m. Cairo, Illinois.
ICE! ICE! I ICE!!
From Wednesday May 1st,
wagon will canvass the cltv, lo
during the summer mouths. None but
pure northern lako ice will be delivered.
HubK, Looms, & Co.
Go to Win. EuNr'ri, on Twentieth
street, for your fine custom inude boots
aud khuvi, You can do better Try
Last Call. I wl'I comniouco tho pub
lication of the delinquent list of state nnd
county nnd city taxes tho'JOth, lust. After
thnt date costs will bo charged.
Alex. H. Iitvi.v,
dtd. Sheriff and Collector.
Try the Excelhioii. Thoto who In
dulge themselves in luxuries such as St,
Louis Lager Beer, Cocktail.', Gin slings,
rich Wines and len cold Lemonades, nil
iweetnund with finest piano muslo, should
call on Fred. Blankenherg.s. Ho has the
coolest, quietest and tlnost ralonn in the
west, Ho has alto a One billiard table for
tho use of hla guests and.hlt olgnrs cannot
be eioellrtd 5-1 Od I to
Mr. Boom has put a gang of hands at
work on tho C. & V. R. R. above this city
Tho road Is being pushed through rap
idly as possible. Mound Uity Journal,
Tub Illinois Central railroad bus
commenced running a frull train from
this cltv to Chicaeo. leaving Culro at 7:'J0
It. wac expected that tho telegrnpl
lines of the Cairo nnd Vincennes railroad
between this placn and Mound City, would
bo In working order yesterday or to-duy,
T. II. Hamiileton, of Ohio, has the con
tract for bulldinc all tho bridges on tho
the lino of the 0. ic V. railroad, nis fore
man. .Mr. HotTtnnn. was here Wednesday
to see about putting up the bridge ov
Cache. Mnund City Jourmtl
Don't hawk, hawk, spit, spit, hlow
ni.ow, and discu't everybody with your
Catarrh and Its olfenkivo odor, when Dr,
Sage's Ontnrrh Remedy will speedily
destrov all odor, arrest the dlschnree, nnd
cure you. CU-B-22diwn
Alexander county will be entitled to
send three delegates to tho democratic
state convention railed lo meet In Spring
field on tho twonty-sixth of June.
THE EXCURSION T0-N10nT.
MOONLIGHT, JIU8IC AND MOUND CITT.
Don't forgot tho oxcuriloii to Mound
City tu-iilcht. Threo stcamors, tho Eckcrt,
Tyrono nnd tug Monlnuk, will lenvo tho
wharfboat at 7 o'clock preclsoly. For 25
cents you can go to Mound City and re
turn, hear splendid inusio on tho trip up
nnd down, and nt Mound City, listen to
hnlf-n-dor.en talented speakers on tho livo
questions of tho day. The excursion Is frco
to nil, men, woman and children, nnd can
not fall of being ono of tho plcnsantcst of
tho season. Tho meeting will ho held nt
Stokes' hall, and a big crowd of liberals
The Galaxy tor Juke, furnishes ex
collcnl summer reading, composed of liter
ary mutter tinted lo every taste. Justin
McCarthy, Gon. E. M. Loo and others
furnish the moro solid articles, Gen. Cos.
tor continues his "Life on tho Plains" und
Ivan Turgnnlef concludes his novel story
"Faust.'' Of tho stones the Juno 'Galaxy'
contains, besides "Faust," already men.
lloacd. mnro chapters of "The Luitacc
Diamonds," "A Cuso of Conscience," by
Ella Williams, and "Tho Cave of tho
Winds," by Marin Loutln Pool. Tho po
etry of the number is lay Nora Perry, Miss
Woolsou and Mrs. Bitter. Tho editorial
department, ns usual, discusses literature,
science, art, pontics aim society, anu me
Club Room adds humor nnd pathos.
A it am pad r oua colored man, on tho
hunt of a pistol n night or two ago to shoot
somu body obnoxious lo him, mado him
self generally disugrccublo to everybody
within heuriiii: distance of him. He Im
portuned pedestrians, nnd knocked at pri
vnto doors, Insisting that nothing would
satisfy him but a pistol and tho blood of
his enemy. He was finally knocked down
in front oftho Buder building, and for the
spaco cf an hour or so, " subsequent pro
ceedings Interested him no more."
Mrs. McGee, on Eighth street, has re
celved a large involeo of very flno trim
med goods consisting ef hats of all styles,
bonnets, firm leirhorns, etc, etc, which
ahu 1 selling at tho very lowest figure
(just emugh to cover tho cost J. They are
being disposed of very rapidly; thoto who
desire u barguiu In these goods should call
at her millinery store without delay.
"SifiNOR Farina," sayq tho Qulncy
'Cull,' " intends locatinir in Chicago,
whoro ho will dovotn himself to teaching
vocal and Instrumental music.''
Mr. 0. R. Wooiiward has purchased
tho vacant lot between his business huo
and that of Snm. "Wilton, on Ohio levro,
and will proceed at once Jo build. Tho
lot In question ras bought of the city
nationul hank nnd Mr. T. B. Kill", Joint
A noo, which richly deserves to lm in
thu pound, but which Isn't, howls hide
ously In the neighborhood of Thirteenth
street at night. Tho individual who
would send that dog to Its long home,
would earn our everlasting gratitude.
Illinois Central R. R. Company, l
Csiao, May nl, IS7.'. j
Until further notice, a fruit express
train will be run between Cairo and Chi
cago, leaving Cairo nt 7:20 a.m., dally, ex
cept Saturday, Jamkh Johnson,
fi-22JCt " Agent.
The Turner' h Picnic, postponed from
last Sunday on account of tho unpleasant
woathor, is set for nuxt Sunday. It will
be held on tho Kentucky there, opposite
tho city. Tho ferry bo.tt will make eight
trips. Tickets sold for Fort Jutrerson will
bugood lor next Sunday.
O. S. Davih, sub-coiitructor of tho Cairo
and Vincennes railroad has played a radi
cal trick on his employer. Last week,
tho company pnid him his cftimates, vari
ously caluuluted at from six to ton thous
and dollars, with which to pay tho money
duo thu employes on this end of thu road,
and other liabilities. On Sunday night,
Davis decamped, with tho money in his
pocket. There was due Crowley & Brod
urlok, grocers of tho Fourth ward, S12S0,
B. McMatuu, dry goods merchant, $100,
besides other sums to other persons. The
absence of Davis was difcovered on Mon
day und created no little excitement among
tho parties most intorcled. Wo bcllovo
little is known, In tins city, of Davis' ante
cedents. Ho came hero last full as ono of
thu firm of Morwln & Davis, contractors,
but tho business relations between the two
woro dissolved shortly after. Mr. Morwln
is at present n resident of Cairo.
Up with the times. Suiiiucl Wal
ter, our energetic lumber merehmt, has
gono on a visit to tho pineries of Michi
gan and Wisconsin. Theso are, without
exception, thu greatest lumber regions in
thu world. It Is wonderful tho amount
of lumber that Ij cut and shipped from
there each year to every civilized port of
tho globe, and yot tho supply seems Inttx
hauttable. Walters proposes purchasing
during his trip, enough ' whlto
plno lumber to supply the
wholo southern country, which will
will bo sold at n closo figure. Ho has just
received nnd unloaded at his varJ one
hundrnl thousand ftet of yellow Pino floor
ing, which Is only n commencement. This,
with every other description of hard nnd
soft lumbor Is for salo ut his yard on Com-
morclal avonue, Cor. Tenth street. It must
bo told immediately to make room for now
Mound City Ratifies the nomination
of Greeley and Brown to-night. A good
time is expected. Tho 'Journal' of Satur
day latt savs : "Able and eminent speak
ers will bo present. A largo delegation
will attend from Cairo. Tho people of
Pulaski and adjoining counties, lrri'pc
tivo ol party, raco or condition, ro cordl
nil invited to attend.''
Fre1"!! rnuiTH and vegetables of every
variety everything to tempt tho appetit
are now t.) be had in tho Cairo market
Strawberries nro now selling nt 20 cent
a box, and gooseberries at 20 cents
a quart. Green peas can be had fur
cunts a peck, nnd new potatoes, for a dol
Inr a peck.
Wr. were, Monday, shown a ron from
tho Garden of Gethsemane, -plucked in
April last by Mr. Parsons, the co-truttue
with Col. Taylor, of the Cairo City Prop
erty. Mr. Parrout and his bride, are mak
ing their wedding tour through tho Eaki
and tent this roso to Mrs. Tavlor. The
colonel, appreciating our devotion to ail
matters that relute to religion, gratille.
us by allowing us to look nt this llowi
plucked from near the spot whero the
Savior, sweating drops of blood, prayed
tho cup might pa- from'Him. The col
net's kindness Inn strengthened us in our
the riuvroF the seaho.v.
The Methodist soebtv will hold a Fcstl
val on Friday uvoning, May2lth, in tho
building formerly occupied by R.J. Cun
dlff, cornor of Sixth street and Commercial
avenuo. Tho hall Is being thorouchly
renovated, and will ho appropriately deco
rated. Strawborrles, ice cream, cako, lem
onade, llowers, etc., will bo among the
attruciions of tho occasion. Let all attend
and make it a pleasant occasion as well ns
a success for tho church. C-22d3t.
GREELEY AND BROWN.
Best Weiss beer ut tlw Thalia. 5-21dtf
MAY PARTY AT THE ST- CHARLES-
A Social Party will bo given at tho St.
Charles hotel on Friday evening next,
under tho auspices of thu young men of
Cairo. All persons having received cards
of invitation to tho series of parties recent
ly given by the Cairo Terpsichorean Club,
nro moil respectfully invited without fur
ther notice. B. Frank Blakk,
Geo, R. Thatcher.
Chas, M. Howe,
J as. A. Phillih,
Commltteo of Arrangements,
Bottles Full of Beauty. Ladies, If
you would have beauty by tho bottle-full,
all you liavo to do Is to purchase Hiignn's
Magnolia Balm. Thnt peerless beautltler
of tho complexion not only heightens
natural charms, but renders oven the
plainest couutennnco exceedingly attrac
tive. It recalls lo tho pallid cheek tho
rosy lingo of health, removes pimples,
blotches, roughness, sallowntas and other
blemishes, and imparls to the skin a most
delicate fairness nnd softnets. It smooths
tho furrows caused by time or care, and
gives face, neck nnd arms tho plump and
engaging nppearanco of youthful beauty.
Ml this is accomplished by tlio most
natural means, vlx.i by gently and
naturally stimulating tho circulation In
tho capillary blood vosseU, besUci bo
Ing tho most eUuctual aid to beauty known
to modotn sclenco. 0-J2dootfiwlw
ICE CREAM EATERS,
Dan Curncs would IrrWm nil lovers of
this delicacy, that ho is prepared to fur
nlh them with the very host article or
Ico Crenm In lareo or small quantities, on
tho most reasonable torms, at his confoc
llonnry store, at Louis Lasona's old stand,
between 17th and 18th street. Glva hitn
Tho Liberal Republican, and Demo
crats of Pulaski county will ratify' tho
Cincinnati nominations at Mound City,
Hon. William J. Allen, of Cairo j
Judge Wellon, of Louisiana
Gen. Jono. ofSpnria ;
John II. Oborly of Cairo-,
Hon. Oscar Turner, of Ky J
Co.E.B. Watklns, of Mound City;
Co .h.M. Lowo. of Pulaski;
Col. TOWIiel. of .tnnnthne.l
and other speaker will bo proiont.
It I expected that the mecttnr will U
a good, old-fashioned, routing political
gatharlng, where everybody will be wide
awake and over-flowing with enthuslaim
for the liberal ticket.
A boat Is to bo chartered to go up from
this city. Let Cairo bo well repreientod.
Excellent Weiss boor at. the Thalia.
U1U MUDI'Y coal.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorab'r
terms upon application.
H. V. Oltphamt,
D. A. Box ek, Ger.'l. Supt.
Bales Agent. 3-16-ly.
Steamer R. E. Leu, New Orleans.
" Rock Island, Cincinnati.
" City of Helena, Vlcksburg.
C. U. Church, Cincinnati.
" Utah, Little Rock.
" Kale Klnny, Louisville.
" Crescent City, New OrUans.
" Jim. Fiik, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
Steamer Rock Island, St. Lmli.
" City of Helena. St. Louis.
" C. It. Church, New Orltans.
" City or Keithsburg, St.' Louis.
' Utah, St. Louis.
' Kalu Klnny, Louisville.
" Crescent City, St. Louis.
" Jim Fiik, Jr., Paducah.
" Illlnios, Columbus.
llOATa to leave to-dat.
Thu Robert E. Lee, tho fastest and Uneit
steamer on tho western waters is taking
on her cargo, and will leave next Friday
for New Orleans. Wo heartily commend
the great Bob and hor crew to the travel
ing public. Thu reliable Julia is tho reg
ular Ylcksburg packet, leaving at S p.m.,
without fail. The Davenport is the regu
lar Cincinnati boat for this afternoon.
Thu Arkansas Belle leaves for Evansvllle
uud way at 5 p.m. Tho Jim Fisk is the
daily Paducah packet leaving at 5 p.m.
CONDITION or THE R1VX1S.
Hero thu river Is steadily rising at the
rate of 3 inches per day but in a few daye
is expected to increase In rapidity,
for by,that time the rise out of tho upptr
Ohio will nearly reach us. At Pitts
burg the Monougehala it slowly falling.
At Cincinnati, Louisville and EvaniVtlU
the Ohio is rising at a fair rato , In tho ca
nal thero aro 0 feo,t water.
Cumberland river is again rising slowly
with 32 Inches on Harpeth Shoals. Tht
Mississippi is riling very rt and high
water is expected from that direction.
Tho Arkautas river is still riling and lack
but a few feet of being up to high water
mark of 1814. Contiderable damage has
been done along thu banks of that river
by tho water. The prospects for plenty of
watur in all the rivers aro splendid.
IIUAINESS AND WEATHER.
There was considerable amount of busi
ness donu an tho ieveo yesterday.
Thu weather was clear and warm with
a ahiftim: wind.
On the up trip ninday night tho Illinois,
when a few miles above Colurabut, bio wed
thu packing looo in ono of her cylinders
nnd hud to go to tho bank for ropalrs, and
while theru the Grand Tower camo along,
and seeing her su'ppotod tho was waiting
for a race, and therefore she let looso. Tho
olllcers of tho Illinois did not know that
thero was any racing being done, until
their arrival In port. Wonutlced acouplo
of individuals so expanded with joy at see
ing tho Grand Tower como In ahoid, that
thoro was danger of a tpontanoou com
bustion. The R. E. Loo arrived from New Or
loans less than four days out with hlr
passongor trip, but hardly any froight, oSd
ufter a short contultatlon with our ship
per, Capt. Cannon concluded to stop here
and load for a roturn trip. She will leave
on Friday with a full load.
Tho repairs to tho City of Keltluburg
wero finished, and tho started for fit.
Tho crew of tho Exportor rollod a hhd.
of tobacco Into the river, but linoly got it
out and sent it to the wirehous.
Tho C. B. Church, with a bargo in tow
hnd a fair trip of froight. Capt. Vori
is noting In placo of Mr. Deem, hor first
dork, who is nt homo sick.
Tho Exporter orrlved with a fair trip,
and patted out with all the
Thoro hut been some talk of tho Kate
Klnny rethlpplng her trip on the Lee, but
Captain Hicks concluded be would keep
what ho has got, aud wait for more freight.
Who lays over and fills out.
Thoro Is just at present a scarcity of
froight for shipment to any point, and con
sequently tonnage Is in excess. The
rates of froight yesterday, was on pound
freight 15 cent per hundred, and 30 cents
per barrel on Hour, aud but littlo offering.
lily National Bank BwlMlwf. .
KB-flpeolal attention paid to orders Iroin Sloans
oats night er day.
Go to tho Thalia for tho best Welw
boor in town. 6-2ldtf
Wkibn beer consUutly on hand at the
Thalia saloon, S-21dtf