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THE CAIRO DAIIiY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 18721
TIME TAJLI 09 THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
0. tad afterBnaday, May l.th.Wt,
trat-ttbl will g own the arrival and depart
Br, of rMMBKir lralnt al Calroi
itoart-M.il iri.iiir fSttZ'
Kxpr est, daily SH5p.ni.
express......... - 'w "
Cairo and 8t. Louis Bhott Line.
Noehaafaoferrr from Cairo I. Bt. Lou ., he
chew ovarii row Cairo to Chicago.
Drvrta Roota eleeping cart on night trains.
Baggage eheeked to M important polnti.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips dally.
LtiTtxa Oilio I LtiTixa xotND nrr
XI i a.m. I At 8i30. M.Ji.tn.
jit n... ..-a.m. 1 At 1:30........m p m.
At 4-30 -p.m. I At ... p.m.
iiv.-u.li . an esntti 10 tlcketa for S2 BC.
Will land, whsn helled, t any good Intermediate
andtnglorpaaeengersor freight. nov21tf.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - Prosldcnt.
C. KNOBKLSDORFF, - - - Hcorotary.
CltAS. IlKlTZ, Henry Wkiibr,
A. 0. Kesino, A. Miaou,
Char. Wenthe, Chab. Veroha,
Francis Laikner. Chab. Dakolinu,
0. HtRSCIi, WM. RglNHARDT,
The lsl nraanlted and securest company In
the northwest. The only company which guar
antees a cash surrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
J-2S.Ur forCniroatnd vicinity.
That tliu choicest butter la at Louis Jon
genton't. Only .10 centi per pound.
Having refurnished tbls woll known
and popular boarding boiue, on Sixth
street, near the poit office, tbo propria-
tret would Inform the public thnt fclio
U prepared to accommodato the publio
with first-class .board and well furnlihod,
woll ventilated roomi on tho tnoit ronton
nblo termi. Ample preparations liavo
been ma'do to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boardori. Patronage so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Gaffney.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The aplendtd steamer
J" AS. FISK,
Ben. Howard Capt.
Leaea Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at 4
.3(ror .rc.ghlor ffPfifc'
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. J. McOaule)'i drug store,
nor corner Commercial avenue and Eigh
teenth street. 3-31tf
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDENCE No. !1 Thirteenth atreet, be
tween Washington a enue and Walnut atreet.
omce UiOommerclol avenue, up ttalra.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RESlDKXCE-cornerNinth aud Walnut ata,
Dihi'e corner sixth street and hJo levee.
Office hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p. in
H. WARDNElt, M. D.
RESIDENCE Corner NInetsenth atreet and,
Washington avenue, near court house. Of
fice orer the poatoflice. Office hours 10 to 12
a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. anl6tf.
Our Homo Advertisements.
1872. SUMMER. 1872.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
COMMKRCIAL A VENUE,
Has returned from the RsM, having
purchased tbdargest stock ol
Ever brought to this market,
lie has a lull line of
DOLLY VAI1DEN I'RINTd,
DOLLY VAItDEN SUNSHADES,
IRHII POPLINS, SILK PLAIDS,
Ail sorts ot
Summer Dress Goods.
Also ft full assortment of
ladies' AMI) children's
SHOES AND CLOTHING
Of all Kindt and Prices.
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN KVKRY FAMILY.
SOME OF IT ADVANTAORH.
It cooks quickly and moretlioroiiKlily vrllh less
(Ire than any other way.
Food cooked the old way loses one.'hlrdrf Its
weight, cook fd In this sham vessel, ItonU loses
one eighth. The savings III this way will toon
pay its cost.
FOOD CANNOT RE 1IVR.VKD.
It will BOIL,
more per'ectly than any utensil used for either
purpose now in use.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, OnEAP AND
Meat stewed, boiled or broiled In this manner
has a better flavor, and is easier digested than
wnaa couKeu m me oiu way,
NO PEAR Of DYSPEPSIA.
It makes a first class Cook out ef n poor one,
anu agoou cook oeiier man ueiore.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It Is the only utensil In use that is warranted
notto UUK.-M KICK IN COOKING, under any cir
cumstance. Agents make more money selling
this vessel, than any article In use, tor every In-
leiiigeni nousexeeper in me country wants one,
ANY ONE WISHING TO JIUY RIQHTS OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or address
W. J. BURNETT.
S SJtfdAw Thornton's Block, 10th at., Cairo, 111.
To cook rick without burning.
Burnett's cooking vessel.
To uroil steak chop orcutlots prcsorv
ing all tho Juice, weight and improving
tho flavor. Broil in Burnett's cooklne
To COOK VKUKTADLKS in leSt tllllo Hlld
with lets lire than generally required.
Use Burnctt'i steam cooking vessel,
good for any and all purposes.
W. J. Burnett,
Thornton's Block, Cairo, Ills.
Every Wukre. Tho Charter Oak
Stove is on sale in all tho principal towns
and cities throughout tho south and west,
from St. Paul to Galveston and from the
Atlantic to the Pacific, All llvo dealers
have them, and consider them their most
staple article. d&wlt
For all tho popular warm weather
beverages, go to tbo Thalia saloon, corne
of 12th street nnd Washington avenue.
On and after this day, May loth, I will
pay a reward of twenty-five cents euch,
for all dogs found running at large, on
which the taxes have not been paid, said
dogs to bo dollvercd to mo at tho dog
pound, on the corner of Ohio levee and
Tenth street, old city pump.
6-102w Andrew Cain, City Marshal.
BUTTEU! BUTTER ! BUTTER!
Beautiful golden butter, in small pack
ages, at 27 cents at Louis Jorgensen's.
i ladies of tho Episcopal Church
requested to meet at the
resldenco of Mr. R. P. Rob
bins, on Seventh street, at three o'clock,
sharp, this Friday afternoon for the pur
pose of perfecting arrangements for a
itrawborry festival. It is important that
tbo attendance bo full.
At No. 81 Onto Levee.
A largo and complete stock of
Fresh itr.ii Nrw. Cheaper than the Cheapen.
null ucucr man wie ueu.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND
Go to Win, Ehlcr'H, on Twentieth
street, for your flno custom made boots
and shoes. You can't do better. Try
Swan Ss Co.,
Oroido and Milton Compound
Cutlory, Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, Ac
83 Ohio Lovce,
4-.'31m. Cairo, Illinois.
Last Call. I will commence tho .pub
lication of the delinquent list of state nnd
county and city taxus tho'i&th, Inst. After
that date costs will bo charged.
Alex. H. Irvin,
dtd. Sheriff and Collector.
PttMleattota OMee, Bnlletia BnlMMntr,
Mad boos bavo raided Paducah and
nro contemplating it descent upon Cairo,
The noo ordinance should bo re
pealed1 or enforced. What do tho city of
ficers proposo to do about it ?
The rt.Au atones for tho pavement
aronnd tho custom liouso square arc being
prepared as raptdly as possible.
Tins ib "growing wcathor" .'nr(Jn'
ers toll us that tho lato rains havo been
excellent for cabbages and other vegeta
Wuo can resist the offer. Tho
Continental Life Insuranco Company of
New York Issue Lire Policies for $1,000
on any ago between 10 and '24, for !i conts
a day. W. F. Pitcher,
Gcn'l. Agt. for Sotithorn Ills.,
Try the Excelsior. Thoio who in
dulgo themselves in luxuries such m St.
Louis Lugor Boor, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich Wines and ico cold Lemonudes, all
sweetened with finest piano music, should
call on Fred. Ulatikcnborg. He has tho
coolest, quietest and finest faloon in the
west. He hut nlso a fine billiard table for
the use of his guests und(hls cigars cannot
be cxcollud. D-10dlm
A. N. Cheney, defendant. Is netiflivl tlitt on ths
14lh day uf March, 1.72 n writ ol attachment was
Ijsuea oiitnf the clrtk's office, of the Aleiander
Couiuy Clteuit Court, in the State of Illinois,
a.Kiu.lyour ntKt, returnihls on the first Mon
day in April, 1S72, at the suit of Jsmes Y. Clem
son.plaiutln, lor the sum o!.-.m,,i acrulni
interest, which writ has ra rxreuted. Hnd raid
suit a now rnti ni; In a.i.i ti '..t"l . "J
shall appear on the return day thereof, Judgment
will b ntrd sgali.at you, ao4 the garnlalire
Allen. Mulkey A Wheslcr, att'ys (or plalntin'
agaiL.t you, and the garnlalire
ih! in said cans required to answer, aud l.
t with according to U. listed Msreh IV h
MS? Wj 1
Cairo, III., May 10, 1872.
Wo, the undersigned barbers, in tho
city of Cairo horoby mutually agreo and
pledge oursolves that on and after Sun
day, Junk 2d, 1872, we will keep our
Bariieu Shops closed on Sunday
DUR1NQ THE ENTIRE DAY, and will not
do any barbcriug business of whatever
kind or dcscriplon on that day.
F. Theobold, . George Wise,
W. Alba, Robert Munroa
A. btcubach, C. Albn,
G Holnnir.g, R. Leffel,
it. aclilck, uutt. Ucln,
J. Geo. Stolnhouse, F. Slichor,
Win. Schick, Robert Bedford,
D. Lamport, Charles Anderson
John Bedford, Jell'. Brown,
Edward Braxton, Dave Tvlor.
Wm. Curtis. ' dim.
For n policy of $5,000 in ono of our
most reliable insuranco companies under
the old system, the undersigned has paid
from tho 10th of lust March to the present
tirao $10.43, wbilo for tho same timo on a
policy for tho same amount in the Protec
Hon Life Insurance company on tho
mutual contribution plan his assessment
lias been but 1.20. This fact sjjeaks for
itsoir and is easily comprehended by
thinking man. Tho Protection, although
a now company, has ulready issued some
thing over 4200 policies und is now in
creasing in membership at tho rnto of
about COO por month. Placing insuranco,
as it does, at cost and within tho reucli of
all, no man should fail to secure a policy
at once. R. P. Roiiiiinh, Agent,
5-'J4d2t Protection LIfo Inn. Co.
Pat F itzgerald, of tho sample room
has received tho appointment of ugent for
the salo of tho Hummondsport, N. Y., Ur-
bana Wino Company's wines in this city
If tho buttle with which wu liavo been
favored is a sample of the finality of
theso wines, then wo are prepared to say
that they aro amonctho best we havo over
tasted. He has just received a large con
signment, wnicli no Is prepared to sou at
tho lowest figures. Ha hus also on hand a
large and complete stock of the various
brands ol Irish, ttcotcli ami American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
Ktste of Illinois, Alexander county, r.
In the eircull court "I aald rounly of Aleiander,
July Term, IC72. Elisabeth Hewitt vs. ai hue!
llfcwitl. In Cli.ncorv t for Dlvorr.
Affidavit of theuotfiesideiiCHof Athael Hewitt
the above named defendant having been tiled iuthe
clerk s oruce ol aald court, lionet) i. inert-lore here
tjv irivn la ih4 saiu asnaei newut mat ins coin
plainaot filed her bill of complaint In said court
of chancery aide thereof on the 22d day ot April,
eummons issued out
1S72, bnd that thereupon a
of sal I court returnable on
on the first Monday in
the month of July ueit. as by law required.
New. unless you, the said Asliael Hewitt, shall
personally osau appear uoiore lueurcuu uouri
of Aleaauder county ou the first day ol the term
thereef, to be holden at the Court House in the
r.ltyet Cairo, lu said county, on the first Monday
In July next, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complainant' bill ol complaint, the aamo
and the matters aud things therein charged and
slated will be taken as confessed, and a decree
enteied agalnat you according to the prayer of
JOHN Q. HAKMAN, Clerk.
Cairo, Illinois, April K2d, ltffi.
II. W, Webb, Uomp's tfol'r. .23w4t.
Legal notlre Is hereby given that Samuel Blaati
Tailor aad KdwlD 1'araona, tiuateea of the Cairo
City Froostty, hsvaflled their bill In chancery, to
enfures vendors lien, in the Circuit Court of AL
KSf rf,.00"";?' tUu Illinois, against Eliaa
nastaitn i V?4.' "1" K"both Coswllo, and r.
nl.rfi.J i. mai saiu aim is now
STmEoisIt AU,,' oonty, atate ol
.s.,.- w.. a iati0,n HltAl. Clarlt.
Oalio, Kay Ui, llts. s idttwss.
ICE! ICE II ICE 1 1 1
From Wednesday May 1st, the Ico
wagon will canvass the city, to continue
during the summer months. None but
pure northern lake lce will bo delivered.
HtbK, Loomis, & Co.
Illinois Central It. U. Compant.
,. Caiao, May 21,117, '
Until further notice, a fruit express
train will bo run between Cairo and Chi
cngo, leaving Cairo at 10 run., dally, cx.
cept Saturday. James Johnson,
Bottles Full ok Beauty. Ladies, If
you would have beauty by thu bottlo-full
all you have to do is to purchaso Hugan's
Magnolia Balm. That peerless beautlfler
of tho complexion not only heightens
natural charms, but renders ovon tho
plainest countenanco exceedingly nttrac
tlve. It recalls to tho pallid chcok tho
rosy lingo of health, removes pimples
blotches, roughness, sullowness nr.d other
blemishes, and imparts to tho skin a most
delicate fairness and softness. It smooths
tho furrows caused by time or cure, nnd
gives face, neck and arms tho plump nnd
engaging appcaranco of youthful beauty
All this is accomplished by tho most
nnturul means, viz.: by trentlv and
naturally stimulating tho circulation in
the capillary blood vessels, besuos be
ing tho most effectual aid to beauty known
to modern science. G-L'L'dcori&wlw
Although tho season may bo said to
havo only fairly commenced, strawberries
aro already nlmost n drug in tho market
Thoy sold yesterday for 10 cents a box
lIousEKF.Bi'F.ns aro respectfully asked
to read tho advertisement in another col
t:mn, of Burnett's patent cooking vessel
It is all be claims it to be. Wo liavo used
ono for three months nnd whereof we
Col. Wu. R. Morrison, of Waterloo,
Is in tho city on business connected with
tbo Cairo & St. Louis railroad. Ho It sc
curing tho right ol way through Alexan
The abscondino contractor of tho Cai
ro ii St. Louis railroad, tho man by tho
namo of Davis, has not been heard of since
ho took up hit enrpot bag nnd walked oil;
may wo remark?" on hit car."
TiiRovon an inadvertency, which we
much regret, no mention has been made
in The Bulletin, of a flno bunch of ba
nanas, tent to this ofllco last T.iesday
morning, by Mr. P. Fitzgerald. The ba
nanas wero luscious, and tho gift was wor
thy ot a whole column of thnnks.
no.v. D. W. Munn nnd his strikers
tbo nmiablo Davis and the nstuto Pope
havo returned from Springfield, whero
they failed to play tho tricks llinv at
tempted, and which wore as dark as dole
gato Scott, tho chairman of the Alexander
Since the first of May, requisition
havo been madoon tho city comptroller for
fifty thousand feet of white oak lumber for
use on tho city sido nlks. Threo gangs
of laborers aro now nt work repairing the
walks, and thoy will soon be In good ur
dor in all parts of the city.
Up until yesttrduv, Marshal Cain had
killed eighteen dogs In tho pound. Tho
dogs on which tlio taxes huve not been
paid, but whoso owners havo tied them up
for safety, nro horoby Informed, that tin
less their owners pay tho taxes, thoy (tho
dogs) may as well prepare for death. Cain
Is not prompted by nnv hostility to tho
dogs but from u stern teruu of duty.
Scriunkr's Monthly for Juno has up
wards of fifty illustrations, all accompany
ing interesting articles of reading mutter.
V arner s "Back-Log Studies" continue to
bo a charming fvnturo cf 'ScribncrV
There aro several articles of solid merit by
our most popular authors. Tho continued
ktories Mrs. Oliiihant's unJ Saxo Holm's
are excellent, nnd tho short ones, as usual,
of tho very bett. The Scientific Depart
ment is well filled; Homo and Society,
among other timely papers, has an excel
lent littlo article (with illustrations) on
croquet. Culturo and Progress bus crit
iques on Chuich's 'Parthoon," Thomas
Muran's "Grund Canon of the Yellow-
stone." music, now books, etc., und thu
etchings aro very graceful und suggestive
Thu contributed and editorial papers alto
gether cover a remarkably wide range.
Especial attention Is directed to the
advertisement of Mr. Carl L. Tliomus In
another column. As It costs only Co els.
a week for u 51,000 policy, and S10.00 a
week in cuso of sickness, everybody ought
and cun insure his lifo and health in the
In connection with tho Tcutonla, Mr.
T. is General agent for tho Bismarck
Brotherhood. Ha will cunvast the city
immediately for tho purpose of forming
tlio 47th section of the Brothorhood in
Cairo. 0-25 tf
Steamer Colorado, Vlcksburg.
jiu ui. .uiiciioii, j.suw urienna.
R. C. Gray, Cincinnati.
Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Chits. Hodman, Now Orleans.
Chat. McDonald, Baton Rouge.
Pink Varble, Memphis.
" It. t.. Loo.
11 Thompson Dean, St. Louis.
" Simpson Homer, Now Orleans.
" Gen. Anderson, St. Louis.
" City tf Helena, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Nightingale, Littlo Rock.
" Glasgow, Whlto river.
Steamer Colorado, St. Louis.
Itobt. Mitchell, Cipcinnatl,
" II. C Gray, Littlo Rock.
" Grnnd Tower. Memnhls.
(.'has. Bodman, Cincinnati.
Chns. McDonald, Louisville.
R. E. Leo. New Orlonnt.
Thompson Dean, Now Orleans.
bimpson Homer, Louisville.
Gen, Anderson, Tenn. river.
City of Holona, Vtcktburg.
mo muudy coal.
Extraordinary Phenomenon. Cin
cinnati, St. Louis and Milwaukeo Bock
Boer drawn from tho same keg at the
Thalia saloon opposite The Bulletin
ofllco. Milk punches cobblers and mint
julops skillfully compounded according to
the most generally approved formula.
THE LITTLE KKNTUCKIAN,
No. 03 Ohio leveo, is (he place where
tbey keep tho freshest flth and game, and
the finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty-
llvo contt. Open day and night, at all.
hours. J. . Park, Proprietor.
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th ttreet
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., it
prepnrcd to accommodate tho publio with
board by the day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other flrst-clata house In
the city. The rooms are all well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agents. The house it located in the cen
ter of tba business part of the y within
one square ef the post office. 4-b-tf
Best Weiss beer at tho Thalia. 5-21dtf
Up with the times. Samuel Wal
ters, our energetic lumber merchant, has
gonjB on a visit to thu pineries of Michi
gan and Wisconsin. These nre, without
exception, tho greatest lumber regions in
tho world. It is wonderful tho amount
of lumbor that is cut and shipped from
thoroeaeh year to every civilixed part of
tho globe, and yet the supply seems inex
huustablo. Walters proposes purchasing
during his trip, enough whitu
plno lumber to supply the
wholo southern country, which will
will bo sold at a closo figure. He litis Just
received nnd unloaded at his yard out
hundred thousand fttt ol yellow Pino floor
ing, which Is only a commencement. This,
with every other description of hard und
toft lumbor is for salo ut his yard on Com
mercial avenue, Cor. Tenth street. It mutt
bo told Immediately to make room for now
power. elUw'hTO.Taw ""t fuUSSAt
clllta.tiaaa. luvereTartt curtT iu ii?.!
tem, arrest the discharges, in. I iwirt viuorand
snoriy, llle and vitality tpliieentiie man. They
y-vltrht. Composed nl tr.e must
lid and potent curullv,, uy .slnlit i s
packages ot Art boxes and a large Si vial, which
ii very Important lu obetinate or old cases, or II
par tingle box. fold by all druSgl.ts, aud tent
bv mall aniaaalnt of nrlc. AdJrsas Hiuuhn.
Hpectflo Homeopathic Medicine Co.. W2 Broad
way, r. j, r. JJUUIl,
suglMsewawly A seat, Cairo, llliitlt
Lineoar, n partner of Munn, has been
appointed ono of tho Radical electors for
the state at large, and Pope, another of
that estimublo patriot's partners, has so
cured itplncoou the Stuto Central Commit-
toe. Tills is tho sulvo that is expected to
cure their heads, Whllo Dan was out of
tho city thoy blurted their determination
to go for Greeley against Grant, but now
Dan has got thorn on tho hip again. It is
a lamentable fact that somo men havo no
independence, and thnt Linegar is ono of
that kind of politician;. Ho has moro
ability than Dan, and heartily detests
Grant, hut Dan leads him along by the
ear, and Is obeyed when bo snys: "David,
koop your tonguo in your mouth," or
"David, say this." It it is slrango that so
ablo a slave Is so obedlont to so shallow a
mastor. As for Mr. Pope, It Is understood
that there It no sontlmcnt "in hls'n." Ho
counts the cost, and when Dun can prove
to him that it is a pecuniary advantago to
do this or that, Dun gets Put's countenance
and encouragement. Ho is smart in tho
self-intorcst way far. beyond his tender
Fred. Blank en hero has engaged a
new pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. Ho is u very lino performer and
Fred's is a fine Instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excolsior, like its liquors
and cigars, it not excelled in tho west.
Go and listen to the music and try somo of
Fred's cool Weiss beer. 5-23 tf
M. Buunh, proprietor of the Mechanics'
boarding bouse, corner Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that ho Is now keeping a nrat-clasa hotel
and boarding liouso for tho accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests, llo has accommodations for
eighty to ono hundred people; his table Is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bod in the house thnt has not either
t of sprlngt or a feather bed. 6-1 m
Steamboats supplied nt any lime, both
day nnd night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, nt tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills,
Special contracts offered on fuvornble
terms upon application.
II. V. Oi.yphant,
D. A. Bokke, Gcr.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-10-ly.
HOATfl TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
The favorite passenger steamer Belle
Memphis is tho regular boit leaving for
Memphis aud all way landings at S p.m.
The Arkunsnt Belle leaves foH-Jvansvlllo
at 6 p.m., also the Fisk for Paducah at tho
same hour. Tho flno steamer Henry Ames
is duo for New Orleans to-Juy. The fleet
City of Vlcksburg is tho regular packet
leaving for St. Louis.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
The river ut this point continues swell
ing slowly. The rise in tho Ohio abovo
hero continues, nnd the channel is greatly
improved. In tho canal thero Is 8J feet.
Thu Cumberland river is, rijWungHin
with over 3 feet on Harpeth Shouis. The
decline in the Arkansas continues with 21
feet In tho channel. Tho Mississippi riv
er is again on tho relrogrado movement,
and will probably full to its usual depth
before another rio tnkes place. At
Pittsburg thu river is reported rising
UL'SINESS AND WEATHER.
There was a goodly number of arrivals,
but business was not very brisk during
tho day. Freights aro still scarce.
Tho weather continues cloudy, with
prospects of rain. Ycttorday was cool
The It. K. Lce cleared early yesterday
morning, with an immonse trip of freight
nntl a good lot of putscngers.
Tho R. C. Gray had a full trip for the
rkansas river. She alto had a barge
load of cars and engines for tome southern
road, which she leaves nt Helena.
The Robert. Mitchell had a flno trip of
passengers and was making railroad time
Tho Bodmann pastad up a few hours be
hind the Mitchell' and will try and beat
her to Cincinnati. Wo expect to hear
wonderful news on tholr return. The
Bodmann had n splondid trip of both
freight and passengers.
Tho Pink Vnrbloputln an appearance
Into Thursday night und went up tho Mis
sissippi rtvor a few milus to load with
Thfl Thompson Donn camo out with all
tho freight she wunted nnd coaled and
Tlio Gen. Anderson with burges in tow
patted by without landing.
Tho Indianu passed up on tho IGth Inst,
for Loulsvlllo expecting to find a load but
was unsuccessful nnd returned to Evans-
vllle, whore the laid up four or live days
and only got 400 tons. In tho tneantimo
tho Lee has arrived and received a big
cargo and is now ou her way to New Or.
loans. Capt. Neal certainly made a mis
deal whon ho withdrew from the Cairo
and New Orleans trude.
Tho Susio Silver had a splendid trip of
freight and people for St, Louis.
Tho City of Helena had only a moder
Thu Grand Tower hud only half a
crew and reported steamboat hands scarce
nnd In demand ut St. Louis.
City National mink Ilulldliitr.
M.Hpeclal attention paid to orders trotn stean.
nets night or day.
Excellent Weiss beer at tho Thalia.
Icr, Cream has become tho Institution
of tho season, nnd Phil Saup's tho most
popular In tho city. His taloon has be
come, in fact, ico cream headquarters, and
it it not tho fashion to cat tlio luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, is neat nnd tidy, and the pretenco of
no questionable charactort it permitted in
it. Mr. Snup hns, also, always on hand
fresh cakes of all kinds, candles, notions,
toys, Sic, nnd deserves a continuation and
an Incrcnso of the popular favor in which
his establishment is held. 07dtf
Mrs. McGee, on Eighth street, has re
eclved a large invoice of very tine trim
med goods consisting ef hats of all styles.
bonnets, fine leghorns, etc., etc., which
tho is selling nt tho very lowost figure,
(Jutt enough to coyer the cost). Thoy are
being disposed of v'ory rapidly; those who
desire a bargain in those goods should call
nt her millinery ttoro without delay.
Weiss beer constantly on band at the
Thalia taloon. B.Jldtf
Thy Welch's London Confection
ery, corner Commercial avenue, and
Nineteenth streot, for Fruit, Spongo nnd
Lemon Cukes, Pies, Tarts and Blanc
Mange, Jollies, &c, supper parties und
picnics supplied atth'i lowost prices.
Don't hawk, hawk, spit, spit, blow
iilow, nnd disgust everybody with your
Catarrh and its offensive odor, when Dr.
Sago's Catarrh Remedy will speedily
destroy all odor, arrest the discharge, and
euro you. 014-ri.22d&wlt
The beit placo In town to buy your
shoes is at Black's City Shou Store, corne
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo.
Ask for tho Brolaski Shop-made, and
you nro warranted n good pair at a low
price. Ho is almost giving nwuy Eastern
mndo boots and shoes, but ho can't war
rant them. 2t,
Go to tho Thalia for tho best Weiss
beer in town. 'Jj-Uldtf
Wm. Kblers, at hlssliopon Twentieth
streot, opposite tho Court Houto hotel, It
manufacturing boots and tboes, of every
stylo and variety, warranted to glvo per
feet satisfaction. Ho keeps genuino French
calf and gives hit customer! all lie prom
Tlie Arlington Garden, a delightful
plnco of resort, it now rady for visitors
Tents have been spread on t be green
swnrd, a high, close fence surrounds the
garden, and ladies nnd gentlemen may
enjoy tho finest of Ico cream and the cooh
est of lemonade, frco from the public gazo.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
I f -
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S;
this house ie vewly fitted ur with
, . two excellent
If you want the best board in the
city cull nt the Court Houso Hotel.
The Illinois Central Kail lloa I Company now
ofier (or ssle the following described lota in Kirs
Addition to the City nt Cairo, vli t
Lot x7 block W. Lot ii block H,
" IS " -JO, ' ! " Hi,
' ft " i, " 21 '
" V .' W, " 31 ' M,
" 3 " ti, " 31 W.
or terms, apply 'a JAM EH JOHNSON,
tJSix and one-half
pounds Duranfs A CotVee Su
gar for One Dollar; Eight
pounds New Orleans Sugar for
One, Dollar ; Four lbs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Ilysen and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
TjCSC. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that he,
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell overv article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as toqual
ty and cost.
NOTICE. A DM IN LSTIt ATOIf 3
L'nder nnd hy Irttte ol an order and decrox ol
theClrcuit Court nl Alevmidcr county, Illinois,
made on the petition of the utidrrslgned, admin
istrator cii'it feidiMesfu aiuu.ro of tun estate of
Jacob Cauble, deceased, for leave lo sell the real
estate, nf snld deceased, ut tho April Term. A, I).
187.', ol suld court, I shall,
ON MONDAY THE 1st DAY OF JULY, A D 1872
between the hours ol lu o'clock a, m. and S
o'clock p. tn of sniil day, n.dl nt public sale, at
theeoiot house door lu th city of Cairo, Alex
ander county, Illinois, the following described
real eatale, to. wit i
Htxty-veii and 40.100 (r,7 40 100) wres off the
west side of Hi west hull ol the north. west quatter
nl section nne(l). township fourteen (14), south
range two (i)w eel ol the third (3) principle inn.
ridlan, situated in Alexander county, Illinois.
Twenty nnd MMOO aoso-irsj seres offlhe east side
of the east half olihe north eastqiiarler of section
two 2, township fourteen (14, south range two
fS, uostofthe third 3) principle meridian, situ
nteit in Alexander entiuly, Illinois, and thosonth
east quarter of the south east quarter of seo
tlon thlrly-tlvH 131, townthlpthirteen 1 19, touth
range two i net or ilia third 3 principle me.
ridfan, containing forty 401 acres, situated In
Union county, Illinois,
The payments to bn made as follows, vli t
one-third cash in hand, the balance in six months
from tho dato of tain, secured by note and sale
mortgage on the premises sold.
M03KH III) I'SUN,
Administrator tvm tislnmtnto nnntro of the estate
uf Jacob Cauble, deceased,
May lUlh, 1ST.
Green A Gilbert, Att'yt. MCdStv
11 virtue of an execution o me directed by
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander coun
ly.lti the state .of Illinois, In favor of the people
of the sta e o( Illinois, tar the mo of Thorns a
Lewis and against Joel U. Morgan. Wlllla-n J.
Allen, J'atriik Beilly. Hemard Hmyth and John
IJ. Harman, I have levied upon the following
described uronertv. tn.wlt ni,n,h.r,l
twelve ( 12) and Hilt teen. 1131, in block numbered
,ur. r I 1.. ,1. ..1... . . .... i ...
. .j, it, , ur vi, y ui vairo, in sun unuui7 ss
state, us tho pioperty of said Bernard Bmyth,
which I will oiler at publio tale, at the aoulh.
nest door of tho court house.-In aald oily, oa
the Jlth day ot June, A. D. 187J, between the
hours ol nine 'o'clock a.m. and sunset of laid
day, for oath, to tatltty ;afd execution.
ALEX, si, IRyirs.
Sheriff of Alexander County, Illinois.
Calrv, III., May i, lTS.
"JENNY. UND" TABLES,
SUITABLE FOR ALL KI?& OF
THE SALOON IS stocked WITH
THE BEST BRANDS
ARE COMPOUNDED IN THE
MOST APPROVED STYLE.
sWCOMK AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
They keep on hand a fine ttock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HBRRING3
Are spread morumg sad evsnlag
-A.T 3STI2ST333 0'dr.OOiC,
At which til are invited to partake
FREE OF CHARGE.