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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1872.
ttM I TABLE OP THE ILtlKOIi CIIHUI . .
m aad after Suedey, . h. foow
M tlao-uMe will govern the arrival Mid depatt
are of peaeinger train t Cairo i
AWrt-Mall lrln. dlljr 4KX) .m.
Kipreaa, daily :4S p.m.
Express ......... 1.00 p.m.
Cairo ut 8U Loul Short Line.
Arrive... ..-...-S:45 p.m.
Neehsageefcrrr from Cairo to jl. Louie. Mo
( e!r Iron Cairo to Chicago. Klegent
IrtMrlag Room sleeping can oo Bight trains.
Baggage cheoaed to all important point.
CAIRO AMD MOUND CITY
Wltl raakethree trip dally.
taivme catao iiivixaaotMBCttr
At T...-............JUm. I At (:.10... ...jt.xn
At 11. -.....-a.m. I At 1:30 ...,....p m
At -p.m. I At m. -p.m
fill WCH WJ. CIDHi IV UCKVM lur f W.'.
Will land, when helled, at any good Intermediate
aamngior paaeengeraor rreigni. nomir,
The Cairo A 81. Loula 11. It. Co. want o0 men
at once, to work on Dm lino of their road id
Alexander couatjr, from t to IS miles north ot
FR1CR). For elation work, light nil, iwcnty
nte (iif.l ier yi rd. Choppers. (12 M) two dol
lars and Any eenta per tin. Day menonaradti,
111 15) mo ilgllarn ami twenly.five ceata per day.
rente (iw.J per yi rd
DO per wee. 1'rom lit paymcnta In cah
gauranteed by the Company.
apply 10 juu.i piuliv r.i, oup i on me woik.
SUTTER & BIERWIRTH,
708 "WASHINGTON AVENUE,
BT. LOUIH, MO.
Btalned, Enameled, F,mlosrd and ground Glasa
oi every ueecripiion.
FA11TICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH-WORK.
W Order from all
promptly attended to.
That the choicest butter Ii at Louis Jor-
genson'i. Only 30 cents per pound. 24tf
Hating refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
stroot, near the post office, the proprie
tress would Inform the public that she
Is prepared to accommodate the public
with first-class board and woll furnished,
welt ventllatod rooms on the most reason
abto terms. Amplo preparations have
been made to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boardors. Patronage so
licited. Mb. T. N. Gaffney.
Parts of the country
5-31 llAW .111)
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Ben. Howard Capt.
Oalro DAILY. (Sunday excepted), at
For fraichtor paaeace apply on board or
aattf JAtf MORS, Ag't.
DR. J. O. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE 0er M. J. McGnulcj'a drug atore,
near corner Conmercial avruue and High-
leeatn airrei. a-aitr
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
p ESIDENCK-No. 21 Thirteenth atreet, be-
ill iween naemngion avenue and walnut atreet.
uruce in uommerciAi avenue, up atalra.
0. W. DUNNING. M. D.
DK3IDENCE-cornerNinth and Walnut ata,
jAiOfhce corner Sixth atreet and Ohio levee.
wince oouri-iron a a.ra. to ll m., ana V p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
I) EstI DENCE Corner NlneUenth atreet and
IV Waahlngton avenue, near court liouaa. Of
See over the poetofflce. once houra to to IX
a.in. and 1 to 4 p.m. an!6tr.
Our Home Advertisers.
BEERWART, 0RTH & CO.
ISO Commercial Avkkuk, Cairo, III.
I Dealera In
STOVES, TIN WAKE, HOLLOW
WAKE, GKATES, MANTELS,
PUMPS, PLOWS, KEPRIOEKATORS,
ICE CHESTS, WATER COOLERS,
CAGES, WIRE CLOTH
for Window Screen.,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS,
&c.t Ac, &c.
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, VIZ:
SUUVKhS, r OHK.S,
CRADLES, &c, &e.
Alio manufacturera of
GUTTERING AND .ROOFING,
Ti, Sheet iron '&! Coiter Ware.
Sole Agent for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveable Point Steel Plow
Grat's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
Little Oiant Pruning Bheara, Scantlln A Cook'a
Evaporator and Corn JJilla, avnil Klchard's falent
Chimney Top, warranted a aura cure for amok-
antral It. K. CVaTel. Agfa office I
Cairo III., May 27, 1671.
To persons wishing to attend tbo Phila
delphia conventijn we will sell oxcurtlon
tickets from Cairo to Chicago and return
for fourteen dollars and forty cts. (114.40).
Tickets good to return until Juno lCth.
Faro from Chicago to Philadelphia and
roturn Is twenty dollars ($20).
James Johnson, Ag't.
A VINE TIANO TO BE RAFFLED AT LOR
KTTO AOADEMT TOR ONE DOLLAR A
A year ago the sisters commenced to clr
culate prize tickets for this piano, but
owlne to slow sales, thoy have been
obliged to put off tbo raffle up to the prcs
cnt. They hope soon to dispose of enough
tickets to justify tbcm in parting with the
instrument. Tlio radio will take placo
not later than the first of August. A new
and sweot-toned pinaol Take a chance,
overybody, liy all means.
The Bulletin job printing is better
and cheaper than that of any offlco in
tho state of Illinois. We moan what we
say. Come and seo us I
Fred. IIlankenuero has engaged a
new pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrivod from the old coun
try. Ho is a very line performer and
Fred's is a line instrument; consequently,
the music of tho Excelsior, liko its liquors
and cignrs, is not excelled in tho west.
Go and listen to the music and try somo of
Fred's cool Weiss beer. fi-23 tf
The Illinois Central Rail Road Comutnv now
offer for aale the following deacribed lota In hire
Addition to the City of Cairo, vis I
L.OI in DIOCX ZU. LiOl z block VI,
" ii " xu, it? " 82,
5 " 82, " M ' 82,
6 ' 82, " 31 82,
" 3 81, " 32 82.
orterma.ete. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
For all the popular warm weather
beverages, go to the Thalia saloon, corner
of 12th street and Washington avenue.
BUTTER! BUTTER! BUTTER!
Beautiful golden butter, in small pack
ages, at 27 cents at Louis Jorgentcn's.
Cairo, III., Miy 1C, 1872.
Wo, tho undersigned barbors, in tho
city of Cairo hereby mutually ngreo and
I pledge ourselves Hint on and after Sun-
I day, June 2d, 1872, we will keep our
Harder Shops closed on Sunday
DUBINO THE KNTIltK DAY, Itnd Will not
do any barbvring biiiittess of whntever
kind or description on that dny.
F. Theobold, George Wise,
W. Alba, Robert Munroo
A. Eichbach, C. Albs,
G Roinning, It. Lcffel,
it. scinck, Uuit. Uoin,
I J. Geo. Stcinhouio, F. Slichnr,
Win. Schick, Robert Bedford,
u. L.amport, Uliurlcs Anderson
John Bedford, Juff. Brown,
I fcdward llraxton, Davu Tvlor.
.ii. urvia. Ulln.
On and after this day, Muy ICtli, 1 will
pay a reward of twenty-Ovo cents each.
for all dogs found running at largo, on
which the tuxes have not been paid, suid
dogs to bo delivered to mo at the dog
pound, on the corner of Ohio levee and
Tenth street, old city pump.
6-10i!w Andrew Cain, City Marshal.
Try the Excelsior. Those who in
dulge themselves in luxuries such as St.
Louis Lager Beer, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich Wines and Ico cold Lemonades, all
sweetened with 'finest piano music, should
call on Fred. Blankenberg,s. He has the
coolest, quietest and finest saloon in the
west. Ho has also a fine billiard table for
tho use of his guests andhls cigars cannot
be excelled. 6-10dlm
Pajhllcsstloss Mrs, ttlUUai sUMIs,
Haythorn's, just rocelved. tf.
A srLENDtD lot of Magnolia and Em
press Ladles' Slippers at Elliott Js Hay-
thorn's, Commercial avenue. tf.
Not many of our cltlzons were proscnt
at tho decoration ceremonies at Mound
Ladies should bo informed that Elliott
& Haythorn have jmt received a llnu lot
of tbo celebrated Empress slippers. tf.
The 'Sun' ii inclined to do us justico
when it says that we, liko Mark Twain,
cannot toll a lie. Wo cannot.
Keep Your Rooms Cool. Charcoal
Furnaces and Charcoal In any quantities
at Beeiiwart, Ohtii & Co.'s.
Keane & Co.'s Combination Show, tho
largest in the country will bo in tho city
to-day. Everybody will go to it.
Yesterday Morni.no Early, the air
was made vocal by tho squoalinghogs cap'
turod by Myers.
Col. Ike Kei.lky, of l)u Quoin, has
been in tbo city for several days past. He
is not a Greeley mini.
The Ladies of the African Mothodlst
church uro holding u continued festival
this week. Last night was the third
The Cairo lawyers uro now most all at
Mound City, attonding court and talking
Chief of Police Myeks is making sad
havoc among tho lovoo porkers of tho city.
Ho is capturing them by tho dozens amid
the curses of their owners.
Mihs Katie Putnam and hor mothen
Miss Mary McWillirtins, aro about to
leave Chicago for a trip to Kuropu. Mr
Edwin Brown of tho Katie Putnuin troupe,
goes with tho purty.
Mr. John Mulvfy, superintendent of
the Cairo & St. Louis railroad company,
in Alexander county, advertises for COO
men to work on the liso of the road front
S to 15 miles north of Cairo, Illinois. Seo
The oold watch which was to bo
awarded to tho moU popular young lady
of tho city, at tho Episcopal fejtlval on
Wednesday, night, fell to Miss Muggio
Arrick. The watch is said to bo a hand
some one, worth about fifty dollars.
Something New. Tho National Broil
er and summer furnace combined. You
can have it either with or without Fur
naco. Call and seo it. For sale at A.
Hally's aud Beerwart Orth & Co.
To cook rici: without burning
Burnett's cooking veacl.
To iiroil steak chop orcutlcts proscrv
ing all tho juice, weight and Improving
tho flavor. Broil in Burnett's cooking
To cook veoetaiiles in loss time and
with less Uro tlmn genorully required.
Uso Burnett's steam cookini: vcssol.
good for any and nil purposes.
W. J. Burnett,
Thornton's Block, Cairo, Ills.
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho sample room
has received tho appointment of agent for
the sale of tho Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur-
bana Wine Company's wines in this city
If tho bottlo with which we have been
favored is a samplo of tho quality of
these winos, then wo aro prepared to say
that they are among the best we havo over
tasted. He has just received a largo con
signment, which ho is prepared to sell at
the lowest figures. Ho has also on hund a
largo and complete stock of tbo various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
Go to Win. Ehler s, on Twentieth
street, for your 11 no custom made boots
and shoes. You can't do better. Try
M. Burns, proprietor of the Mechanics'
boarding house, corner Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that he is now keoplng a first-class hotel
andboarding houso for the accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests. Ho has accommodations for
eighty to one hundred peoplo ; his table is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bed in tho houso that has not either
a set of springs or a feather bed. 6-1 ra
A victim of early ladiacrellna, tausisK nervoua
debility, premature decay, etc., haviuf triad in
vala every advertised remedy, has dl.covtred
simple mease of assure, wb.cli he will aend
bee to bis fellow auflerers, J, 11. Ktevei, No. 7
3aeaa ureal, New fork. autftwly
tllJu J pr month, everywhere, male and
mSuV. i"lrJiu,: .,b ' improved,
"orW Jo SJ,"'. '"'Bled. W. ch.llrnie the
rally il?S!3toM!ll, ffK 00'r - ni
SuUtiJTkUill!?' fl,l ' making tna
m alf !'."$;: ?" b", The
SSblaeT. ,;,,0,,' Priced ahullle
Ut OOIUIOII SENHEkFAMILT WWINn ma"
CBIftE. Price oat, sit uo T Vli W,N0 M:
aerlvaysare. ThMe uSlUiZL LUi r rranUd
MJ. (Max. Quilt. St, 4. 2Sl"L" ',m'
e Sfei suuerior maaur. Tad T.?i2?4f
MEMPHIS & ST. LOUIS PACKET CO.
Round trip tickets to delegates and
others of ton or more to St. Louis only
$S, (meals Included). Round trip from
St. Louis and return 25. Good to go
from May 25th to Juno 4th, and to re
turn up to and including June 25th.
JV.YLE ayd Thatcher Agt's.,
St. Charles Hotel.
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., ii
prepared lo accommodate tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other first-class houso in
the city. The rooms aro all well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for the accommodation of Coinmorclul
agents. The houso is located in the cen
ter of the business part of the. y within
one square of the pott office. 4-O.tf
ICE! ICE 11 ICE! I !
From Wednesday May 1st, the Ice
wagon will canvass the city, to continue
during the summer months. None but
pur northern lake ce will bo delivered.
Hc, Looum, & Co.
The best place in town to buy your
shoes is at Black's City Shoo Store, cornc
Eighth street and Commercial avonuo.
Ask for the Brolaski Shop-made, and
you aro warranted a good pair at a low
prico. Ho is almost giving away Eastern
made boots and shoes, but ho can't war
rant them. 2t.
Who can resist the offer. The
Continental Life Insuranco Company of
New York iisuo Life Policies for $1,000
oti any ago betweon 16 and 24, for 6 cents
a day. W. F. Pitcher,
Gcn'l. Agt. for Southern Ills.,
6-121 m. Cairo.
Mrs. McGee, on Eighth street, has re
ceived a largo involco of very fine trim
med goods consisting of bats of all stylos,
bonnets, fine leghorns, etc., eta, which
shu is selling at tho vory lowest figure,
(just enough to cover the cost). They are
being disposed of very rapidly; those who
dctiro a bargain in those goods should call
at her millinery storo without delay.
Ick Cream has become the institution
of the season, and Phil Saup'i the most
popular In the city. His saloon has be
come, in fact, ice cream headquarters, and
it is not tho fashion to eat the luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, is neat and tidy, and tbo presonco of
no questionable characters is persnitted In
it. Mr. Saup has, also, always on hand
fresh cakes of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, &c, and deserve a continuation and
an increaso of the popular favor in which
bis establishment is hebl 6-7dtf
WEiaa beer constantly on bana' at the,
Thalia saloon. Mldtf
The 'Record' Is a new illustrated
monthly journal published in Chicago.
Tho first number is handsomo, well
printed, and well-filled with reading mat
tor composed of current news, literary
contributions, articles on practical and
useful topics, etc., etc. Address Reed,
Gardner & Co., Publishers, Chicago.
Tub effort being made to hiss Dave Lin-
cgar at us may succeed. Wo don't court
a muss, but if nny of the littlo ring of gen
tlemen, who run the Grant wing of tho
Republican party hereabouts wish to
waltz into n difficulty with The Bulle
tin, let them waltz. Wo shall bo ablo to
dance to belligerent music ai long as thoy
wish to indulge in that luxury.
To Ice Cream Eaters. Dan Curnes is
preparod to furnish tho very best article
of ice cream in largo or small quantities
on reasonable terms, at Louis Siison's old
stand on Commercial uvcnuu between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, attached to his ico cream saloon will bo
found tho very choicest of wines, liquors
and cigars. Come ono and all and patron
ize Dan. 6-m ln
Just Arrived, another lot of
Wayne's patent self-ventllatlng Refrig
erators and Ico Uhests. We aro selling
Ico Chosts at the following Cincinnati
prices, viz: $11 00, $U 00, $16 00, $17-
20, etc. Refrigerators at Irom $26 00 to
$46 00, and best of city reference given
as, to convenience of uso and economy of
Ico. i.very family should havo one.
C-31-eod. Beerwart, Orth & Co.
The Herald of Health for Juno is In
itself a volume of instruction and useful
matter. Tho leading nrlicle was written
n 1795, by tho groat German author Hu
fcrland, but tho lesson conveyed in it is as
applicable to this ago as when it was
writton. Howard Glyndon tolls somo
truths about "corsots," and Mr. Brigham
embodies much practical Information in
"money-getting and money-spending.''
The "studios in Ilygicno'' aro interesting
and important, and tho remainder of the
"articles are all excollent.
J, J. Anderson & Co., gas fitters, 01
Ohio Lovoo, over Lonergan & Cunning
hams, food storo, do all kinds of steam and
gas fitting cheapor than the cheapest, and
guarantco porfoct satisfaction in ovory in
stance. If thoy do not pleaso thoy win
not charge. Give them a trial. Thoy
know tholrbuilnossporfcctly. Romombor
the place, 01 Ohto Luvoc. 6-31m.
The alarm of tiro which aromod our
citizens yustorday morning botwoon two
and threo o'clock, was caused by nn In
clplont flro in a wooden building on lot
No. 3, In block 18. The causo was not as-
orUlnn l. but the was discovered boforo it
had mado any hoadwny and extinguished
before tho arrival of tho flro onginos
Had it not been, tho result would ovidont
ly havo been the destruction of tho entiro
block, as tho cisterns in tho rear of all the
buildings in danger wero so near that tho
flromen could not bavo workod in con no
quenco of tho heat. Tbo stormier is not in
a condition to do duty, heneo no water
could have been used from tho III. Central
railroad tank at tho Round House. TRo
building was insured in a company
represented by Safford, Morris and
A fine portrait in steel of CarlSchurz
graces tho Juno number of tho 'Eclectic
Magazine.' Tho leading articles of tho
June number are : Sir Henry Holland's
Recollections; Tho Portugese in Africa;
Wanderings in Japan ; Temperature and
Movements of the DeepSoa; A Memoir
ofMazztnl; About Charles Lamb; Super
human Dwelling-Places ; Monks of La
Truppo ; Our Dinners; Tho Asral, by
Robert Buchanan; Chemistry in the
Kitchen, and several others of equal at
tructtvutices. Tlio editorial departments
aro full as usual, and the Strange Adveti
tures of a Phaeton aro continued.
Published by E. R. Pel ton, 103 Fulton
street, New York. Terms, $5.00 a year
twocoplcs, $'J,00; single number, 45 cents
The festival given by the ladies of
the Episcopal church on Wednesday night
last, was, we may venturo to say, tho most
successful alfair of tho kind ever gotten
up In Cairo. Tbo ongino houso looked
liko a fairy palace. Under tlio skillful
and dextrous hands of the lady managers.
it had been decorated In the most elab
orate manner. Wherever the eye turned
It was greeted by a profusion of tho most
lovely flowers, disposed with exquisite taste
among tho forest foliage. Tho lady
attendants who appeared in costumo
added beauty to tho ecouo. Everybody in
town win tbcro up-stairs and down Deo-
plo were crowded nnd packed in, and the
ladies made the most of their opportunity,
iNot a pocket-book went to the festival
though it was hid away in ever socloso an
inside pocket, that did not seo the light
and empty itself of its contents. We
don't believo a nickel went home from the
festival. Tho affair waa thormiirlilv on
joyed By overybody, and the Episcopal la
dies, as they have a right to be, aro highly
elated by tholr success.
Police Court. Michael Glinn, who
rejoices in tho euphoncous cognomen of
" Curly Mike," allowed himself, for once,
to 'stray from tbo path of sobriety, and
had to obtain credit of tho city to th
amount of $1, freight added.
Andy Chestnut, whoso color is a shudo
darker than horse-chestnut, and whoso in
clinations to "empty" tho flowing bowl
ran away with his judgment, wilt have the
honor of Marshal Cain's company fo
James Murphy drunk, drunker, drunk
est, $1 and costs. Nino davs' scrvico fo
A white woman named Mrs. Hawkin
was arretted on a charge of beating a col
ored woman, and the evidence being
sufficient to substantiate the charge, tho
case was dismissed.
Win. Murphy, f.jr allowing tho "unruly
membor" rather loo much sea room, had
tho pleasuro of "retiring" lor a torm of
nlno lays, to reflect on the evils of bad
Tho Arlington Garden, a deliphtful
piaco oi resort, is now ready for visitors
Tents hnve been spread on the green
award, a higli, closo fence surrounds th
garden, and ladles and gentlemen may
enjoy tbo finest of ico cream and tho cool
est of lemonade, freo from the public gaze
T. B. Ellik, Prop'r.
Best Weiss beer at this Thalia. 5-21dt
S. Walters, tho lumber merchant, has
just returned from an oxtended tour
through Wisconsin and Michigan, whero
ho purchased tho largest itock of Yellow
and Whlto Pino over boforo brought to
Cairo, and largo supplies of all kinds of
building material used in this market.
Mr. Walters made bis purchases for cash
and can therefore, as ho does, sell closer
than any dealor in St. Louis, Cincinnati,
Louisville, or any whoro else on tho riv
ers. His steamboat lumber is of ovory va
riety, and bis stock is vory largo, to which
fact the attention of steamboat mon is
Preparations for leaving tho city aro
being made by no small number of Cairo
if cs, who go away to find coolor localities
than Cairo. But tho Idea is a mistakon
one. Observation during tlio last few
years ha shown that, during the hottest
months, It Is from five to eight and ten do?
greet cooler hero tban it I to the north of
ua, either immediately or at a distance.
This is attributed to our situation at the
junction of tbo Ohio and Mississippi riv
ers, which insures us at nearly all times,
cool rlvor breeze. Wo advlso our towns
people to put up wire window aud door
screens to keep out bug, files and mosqui
toes, to take Tui Bulletin regularly,
and to stay at noma.
THE LITTLE KENTUCKIAN,
No. 63 Ohio lovee, U (he place whoro
they keop tho freshest fish and game, an
the finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found in tlio city. Dinner only twonty
livo cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor,
points on Rod river, and will leave this
ovening at 6 o'clock;
Tho fast City of Chatter is tho regular St.
Louis psckot for this everting, positively.
The low pressuro Quickstep leave for
Evansvlllo and all mlermodiaU points.
The uontinontal it tho New Orleans
boat lenving to-day.
Tho Jim Fisk loavot at 4 p.m. for Padu-
call and all way landings.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Tho tato littlo rlso in tho river has ended
andyestorday It wat on tho decline.
Tho Monongohala is rising at lit head
walors, nnd falling slowly at Pittsburg
At Cincinnati thero Is 10 foot In the channel
Tho Ohio Is falling slowly at Louisville,
with 0 feet In tho canal. Thero it a goti
eral docllno in tho Ohio river.
Cumberland continues falling, with :
loot on llnrpcth Shoals.
Tho Arkansas is rising again, and thero
is danger of its overflowing Its bank.
The Mississippi it reported stationary,
with a tendency to rise a little.
RUSINKSS AND WEATHER.
Yoiterday was another dull day on the
lovee, nnd everything looked quiet.
Tho weather was partly cloar with
pleasant breeze during tho day.
Mr. Frank Norri, steward of tho transit
stenmor Illinois, hns resigned his position
and has quit the river for good. He has
a fine farm noar Quiney llllnois.eand will
hereafter devoto his time and attention to
farming. Sir. Norrls has been on the
river in d I lie rent capacities for 30 yoars
and has had tome narrow escapes but has
never received a scratch. Mr. Charlev
Jones a well known and first class caterer
Tho Arkansas Hollo bad on board a
party of excursionists numbering fifty
from Paducah, and whilu tho boat laid
here they uvuiled themselveo of the
opportunity and visited thu church festi
Mat Clark receiving clerk of the Cairo
City wharfboat, whllo attempting to get
out of a skin" a few days since, missed bis
footing and foil In tho river, and was gal
lantly rescued by his muscular partner
The river man of tbo Missouri ' Demo
crat' says, "that if tho Gloncoo nasses
Cairo without landing sho will savo con
siderable money," but does not say what
the amount would havo been expended
for. He probably moans tho wharfage
tax, and he certainly over-reaches bis
sphere when ho meddles with that which
doos not concern him or Ed. Gray either.
Tbo Ella Hughes arrivod from Nash-
villo with a slim trip. Capt. S. P. Mc
Gulrc, at one time a resident of this city,
it commanding her, and looked as naulrat
as a gourd vine. It has been somo time
sinco he was hero, and his many friends
were glad to seo him.
Tho Dexter had 4,600 bars large railroad
iron and a few passengors.
Tho tow boat John A. Wood camo in
with a big tow of empty coal barges.
Excellent Weiss beer at tho Thalia.
Steamer Ella Hughes, Nashvlllo.
" Alico Brown, Louisville
" Arkansas Belle, Kvansvillo.
" Dexter, N. Orleans.
" J. A. Wood, N. Orleans.
" Sam Clark, Memphis.
Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" New Ben Accord, Island No. 1.
Steamer Nashville, Nashville.
Arkansas lie He, Kvansvllle.
Dexter, St. Louis.
N. W. C, Catoyvllle.
Sam Clark. St. Louis.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Ptducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" New Ben Accord, Mound City.
UIQ MUDDY COAL.
Stoamboatt supplied at any timo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
tonus, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills,
Special contract offored on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokeb, Ger.'l. Supt.
Sales Agont. 3-16-ly.
1I0ATS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Tho fino nnd rellablo steamer Belle St.
Louis leaves for Vicktbnrg and all way
points to-day at 6 p.m.
Tbo neat Lady Lao it the boat for k I
Our Homo. Afoerttseri.
FIRE AND MARINE H
i isr s ii e! jtetet efts
l..v. O.GhT t.tii
N1AOARA, W. Y.,. (
""il?' SERMAJIIA, N. Y.i V'.i
City NatloBal Bawls BtilldlBsr.
M.Special attention paid to ordera Irom eteam
oats nliiht or day.
ItSSix and one-half
pounds Durant's A Coffee Su
gar for Ono Dollar; Eight
pounds Now Orleans Sugar lor
One Dollar; our lbs. Trimc
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-live Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
tfceSrC. Hanny wishes the
public to bo informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
WOOD I WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The underaignen will furnlah
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, sot Cheaper
than any wood dealer in Cairo. Leave orders
on the alniea at the Pontolttae anl at Roaa' c&al
Sard, ou Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
twelfth eireeta. Cairo, Illinois I give goeu
hvwsh.w nut. ,. ijvm uo nuu,i iin 11 ue.irflu.
aunK'-tl DENNIS HALEY.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
V. . BEXrORD.
Cor. Ohio Levee & Second St.,
awRage conveyed to and from the Depot free
ol charge. decJ.lf.
TiiMiiEi xa DMoasrs-x-. -
A fine alock cf Watchea, Clocka, Jewelry, and
niieOlaclea. I'.rtli-nlir .n.nil.in al.n lo all
klnda of watch repairing. The public are aoliot.
u van nun oompare pricee anu onargve. fvi.
nt fur Karl Zlmm.rmi.'a calehratdu watetea.
Aa a Rnewatch they are aanal to ear. and ex
celled by none In tbla market. Fteeeotatloa
watches especially from aay deal, -ta d
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ALBANY C1TT, (, '
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Htorea, Dwelllcge,. Furniture. Hull and Car
Koa, Ineured at ralee aa favorable aa eaaod. per
manent aeciirity will warrant.
I reetieotfiilly ak of the cltiseae ol Cairo,
aharrof their patronage.
W. II. MOKRIH,
No. Pub. aad IT. B. Com
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71 fels I,
City National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
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Of St Louts.
Solicit all kiaat of risks.
oolCTtf. Agent, Cairo, Illinois.
(Buceeeeer to P. Saup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS RAILROAD
' A A i . i. ,
NOTICE Of CONDEMNATION OF LANDS FOR
III OUT OF WAT.
To Eugene Lauren, Jamee 8. Roberta, Hannah
(I. Mather, Thmnae H. Mather. William C. Ma.
ther. Julia Croft, CharleaCrott, Eliphlelt Drown,
Cleopatra Urown, Mra, Krancee J. Wallace,
Mra. Mary J. Baker, John Baker, William P.
Wllac, Kdward'D; Wallnea.fOharUa E. Wal.
I ace, Krancee Wallace and unknown ownere and
peraona having an Interact in the hereinafter
deacribed lauda aituat In the county o Alex
" ander, In the aUte of Illlnola t
Taat aorics, That the Cairn and flt, Loula Rail,
road Company have Hied their petition in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexan
der cuunly, stale of lllinoie, prayin Ihe appoint,
inent of three dtainterealed free. holder, of aaid
county aa Commlaeionera, to tlx the compenaa
lion to be made to theownera, aawellaa lo aaaeaa
Die damaged,! fany, which may result Irom Hie con
struction and uee of their railroad by the taking of
aairip of land one hundred feet wide lor right of
way or road track aver and acroat the following
deacribed tracla and parcels o land lying llnl aaid
Alexander ronntv, lo-witi I'heewqrol the aeqr
aeo. 7. Ip It. ar 1 weat ; Ihe north eaai qr of the
anqrofaeaU, Ip in, r2weit; the e k of eee
1. in 15, er i weal; the se qr of tho na qr. aeo 1.
to 111. ar 2 weat: the w ts .2 . n, 1'"'
aud Ihe eaath.l,of the awqrof aeo IK, tp.lf. ar
. rm, , aUl4 p( ,jr oi na near or, aeo so
tp I, ar 1 weati Ihe a of the aa qr pVao 30, In
Ip 10. ar 1 weal; Ihe aw qr of the'nw qr ami 4, Ip IT,
ar i w i ine an qr ne qr aeo S and the nw qraw qr
aec 4. lo 17. ar l weat mil arhu! lot No. 31 In na
qr aeo IS tp iter I w. ' .;.
And. that aaid rallrfteilenmniMlraa She 2llh dav
of June, A. I). Wl, at ten o'clock a. ill., will make
application lo Horn Fredolln Broaa, Judge ol the
Cuiinlv Court of Mftld frnhntr. at. the office of the
aid Clerk in Ihe eiiy or Oaira la aaideauaty,4sr
the antiointment nl aiteh CommlaaionerS lor Ihe
purpoaea aforeaald, and toflfatm and place for
ih flf.i mtlnir of aaid Commlaa onera. whan
and where you can attend. If you, think proper,
aa owner, claimant or party interested in said
above deacribed tract of-leaij or any of them.
Dated ll.la zaw uay ui wey, leia.
CAIRO A UT. LOUIS RAILROAD COMPANY.
fi-S03w By W. Moaaiaoa,- Atty.
BOOT AND BHOJB 1CAKR,
Between Wasuingtoa avenue gireplar alm