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TIIE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1872.
TIME TABLE 0T TBS 1LUKOM CENTRAL H.
.... .... n.mdsv. Ma nth. 1171, the follow-
time-able "III !" rrl wl d deP""
art of pesstagtr trail
s4v.ll (rata, dally...... 2:00 a.m.
Einreas. daily-... 2.-P.n
a--Mail.dailv.. - a.m.
Express.... S. p.tn
Cairo Mil Bt. Louis Baori use.
T)mm.u ..................,l...., ,.12:!W a.ro
NAohuiMaf er r from Cairo lo Bl. Louis. No
.kun eteora Irom Cairo lo Chicago. Klefsnt
IMiriBC Boo sleeping ears en sight trains
Baggage checked lo alt important txdnts.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trip dally.
tslVIM CAISO I IttTlXO HOtKD CITT
St T .... ". 1 -
!i 11 ji.m. I At liso p m.
J! , p.m. At - P.m.
Fere eecn way, 3" nu I iu ucxeis lor
I Fare wl 7l M cent ! iu lie
Win tnd, when hailed, at any gooi
indinglor passengers or freight.
CAIRO AND PADUOAU
Th splendid steamer
Bey. Howard Cpt.
Leaes Cslro DULY, (Sunday excepted), at 4
Dlt. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
"VFKICE Over M. J. McGauIej'a drug store,
W nesr corner Commercial avenue ana
WILLIAM II. SMITH, M. D.
TJlESIDENCE No. 21 Thirteenth street, be
XV tween Washington atenue and Walnut street.
Orbce-lliOoinmerclal nvenue, up stairs.
tj. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RKSIIiENCE oornerNinth and Walnut sts,
Oraee corner sixth street and Ohio terse,
orace hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 0 p. in
II. WARDNER, M. D.
S EVIDENCE Corner Mnctienth street and
Washington avenue, near court home. Of'
over the pontofflce. Office hours 10 to 12
a.m. and 2 to 4 p m. lanKtf.
Our Home Advertisers.
P. G. Schuh
TO THE DERI LITATED,"
Or sufferers with Nervous Dl.ft.cn. Lnsa of
Appetite, Loa-ness ol Hnlrlt. Fainting Spells,
nervous Debility, etc. 11 sintering from any of
the above complaint., lite
DR. DYKE'S FRANCO-GERMAN
the best made, and It will positively euro yott.
In order to Introduce this great medicine and
benefit the afflicted, re hare placed the ptlce
within the reach or all Wc a large Initio, rent
to any address, nnd all parts of thecountry, tn re
cslpt of price.
Give full psrilculara of case, and address In
FIKLD & CO.
Prop'lefors of Dr. Dyke's Preparations, 223
Tho finest collection of plants In bloom
over seen in tho city, now for sale at the
FOURTH OF JULY!
ARAB, 4 HIBERNIAN,
ROUGH and READY
The underricned. Joint Commlflee of Arrinie.
mnts ol the abnre nsmed Fire Companies, beg
leave lo intorm Clio people o Uilio ana vicinity,
that they have made arraugements for CKLE-
UKAII.1U TUB .KAUUJil UIKTUDAT IN
thaa it has ever been celebrated In Hnuthem II
llnola. For the purpose of maklne the alfalr a
success and furnlnhtng means ot entertainment
to all, they havo spared neither time, labor nor
The celebration will begin on the morning of
"THE FOURTH," WITH AOI1AND
With Apparatus through the principal
strccU of the City.
The procession will lie headed by the
CAIRO. SILVER CORNET BAND
and will be under the direction of
Mayor Lansdkn, as Gkakd Marshal,
I the day, sullied br Jis. S. SwaTKK, Assistant
tiller tnglncor or the rire tlepartmeni
Immediately after the Parade the Ooat will leave
FOR THE TIC-NIC GROUNDS,
In the Hhady Grove of Kentucky opposite Twen
tieth street. Every provision will be made to
render the Pic-nlc FIIVJf-Cl.A&Jtn evory respect
of every description will be on the grounds, and
dispensed by RtUtlo and attentive caterer. Pull
arrangements win ue uinuo lur
aud for this purpose the Committee have engag
en uaenuerg sceieuraied araiso iianu.
Tits Declaration or Independence
will he read br Hon. J. It. Oberlr.and annronri-
ate speeches will be delivered by eminent speak
ere, win oe interludes oy soiect music uine Oli
ver cornet nanu.
The day's entertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
in the Evening at
"Washington Hall and Oahden,
under the direct managementof (he best Terpsl
chorean talent In tne Kire Department.
Several FireCompanles from abroad have been
invueu, rdq win prouau y ue present.
In conclusion, and on behalf of the above
nsmeu fire companies, tlm Commltteo respect
tully Invite the people ol Cairo and surrounding
country lu psrticlnate in the festivities, and thus
m inaKing ine auair agraiu success ana
wormy oi tne ever glorious 11 r ourth."
TICKETS ros tiis PICNIC, 6Dc
Children accompanied by their parents, free.
Iinsots Csntbal R. R. Co. Aot's Orrici, 1
Catto, May 31st, 1BT2.
Toporsons wliblng to ttcnd tho Na
tional Sacncorfett, to ho hold at St.
Louis, from Juno 12th to Juno ICth, 1872,
wo will icll excursion tickets to Ht. I-ouis
and return, togothor with a ticket of ad.
mission to tho Saengerfest, at olgnt uoi
Inrs and twenty conU each, for tho round
irln. Tho sale of tickoU will commenco
June 10th and bo discontinued Juno 14th
Tirknts L'ood for tho return trip until
Juno 18th, Inclusive.
James Johnson, Agent.
MEMPHIS & ST. LOUIS PACKET CO.
Itnnnd Irln tickets to delegates and
others of ten or moro to St. Louis only
$8, (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.
Ktle and Thatcher Agt's.,
St. Charles Hotel.
ICE I ICE II ICE!!!
From Wednesday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to contlnuo
during tho summer months. Nona but
pure northorn lako co will bo dolivorcd.
Hvse, Loo mis, & Co.
PssbllMtlna OSVee, Balletlsi BtslleUair,
Jen, Arlington House. Ladles arc es
AVe wore visited by a driving tain yes
terday afternoon, which cooled tho atmos
phere, laid the dust and freshened vegetation.
Citv Comptroller' a Office,
Cairo, Ills., Juno 3, 1872.
In accordance with a resolution of tho
City Council, proposals will bo received
at the City Clerk's offlco until Friday
noon, Juno 7, for running garbage cart In
accordance with thocity ordlnanco relating 0, nKrit or dav
thoroto. Said (proposals to ho at so much
per mouth in city scrip.
E. A. Burnett,
C-4.4t , Comptroller.
City fUtloMftl Bstss si Btitldlssv.
Apeclal attention paid to orders from steam
That the choicest butter Is at Louis Jor-
censen's. Only 30 cents per pound. 24tf
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near tho post office, tho proprie
tress would inform tho public that oho
is prepared to accommodate tho public
with ilrst-clas board and well furnished,
well vcntilntod rooms on tho most ronson
ablo torms. Amplo preparations havo
been mado to accommodato an unlimited
numbor of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Gaffnev.
T. J. Kerlh,
Jos. M. Velrun.
II. T. Martin,
A FINE PIANO TO 11E RAFFLED AT LOU-
KTTO ACADEMY FOR ONE DOLLAR A
A year ago thosistcrscommonced to cir
culato prizo tickets for this pinno, but
owine to slow sales, they havo been
obliged to put off the raffle up to tho pros
cnt. They hopo soon to dispose of enough
tickets to justify them in parting with the
instrument. The rafllo will take placo
not later than tho first of August. A new
and sweet-toned pinao I Take a chance,
everybody, by all means.
Sunday was a bright, cloar day and tho
various places of worship in tho city woro
The suddon rain of yesterday took
many pedestrians by surprise, and causod
a large demand for umbrollas.
The show canvas has been removed to
tho old show ground on tho corner of
Tenth and Poplar strocts. Tho company
will remain In tho city about a week.
Free Exhibition. Floral headquar
ters at tho Arlington House. Raro plants,
rustic stands, hanging basV'ots, &c, for
sale. Como soon If you lovo flowers.
If some one would only get up a sew
lng machino to collect rents, mend man
ncrs, and repair family breaches, what a
salo It would have.
The alarm of fire which caused a quick
leave to bo taken of tho dinner tables of
tho city yesterday, was caused by a small
conflagration in tho kitchen of Captain
Williamson. It is not known what caused
tho fire and it was extinguished before
much harm was dono.
Funeral Notice Tho funeral of
Alexander Holler will tako placo to-day
at 2:40 o'clock, from tho retidenco of John
Sackborgsr, No. 87 Ohio lovce, between
Eighth and Tenth streets. A special
train will lcavo for Villa Ridge at tho hour
designated. All tho friends of the dc
cooscd are invited to attend.
Wanted. A good houso or cottage.
centrally located, containing from four to
six rooms. Anybody having such a ono
for rent, can havo a good and prompt
paying tenant by addressing under chlffco
J. S, P. O. box No 145, Cairo, III.
The Metropolis 'Journal ' says that
tho Liberals at their meeting in Cairo,
without authority, audaciously used th
name of Judge Baker, as ono of tho vico
presidents of their meeting. The .Tudg
repudiates tho whole thing." Wo wouia
call the prayerful attention ol our Liberal
friends to this item of information, and
ask them if this is thus.
Police Court. Hqulre Shannessoy's
court-room wns well filled yesterday morn
ine with porsonsof both sexes and colon.
nearly all ol whom woro a dojected look found tho vory choicest of wlnos, liquors
and felt, no doubt, that they Justly merited and ciaars. Come ono onu an anu pairon
tbn severest nnnnllv ..f 4l Ian, I lzn Dim. 0-31 1m
........ r ,......
, 1 1 tt.iitt. . . i 1
jmruii iiaiiinan, ior urunKonncss, was v lir.AtiKKNiiEito hu encscod a
fined $7 and costs, which ho forked over, now plnnit) Rn accompi,lcd musician,
to the gratification of "hU honor." "who recently nrrlvcd from tho old coun-
aiiko uavunn, toraiiowinghispugilistlc try n u a vcry une performer and
proclivities full sway, was permitted to Frcd-S ft flno Initrumcnti consequently,
oxerciso his musclos on tho streets for .t.n mli nr the Kxcolslor. llko Its liquors
BUTTER! BUTTER! BUTTER!
Beautiful golden butter, in small pack.
ages, at 27 cents at Louis Jorgcnsen's.
The Illinois Central Rail Road Company now
onerinr sain trie lonowinguescnueu lois id nrs
Amiition to tne uuy oi uairo, vit :
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 24 block 02,
" 18 " 20, " 27 " 82,
6 ' 82, " 'i " Hi,
o 82, " 31 ' 82,
3 " 82, " 32 ' 82.
orterms.ete. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
Ilcst In the Unltel Stales. Water Coolers, Toilet
setts, I X L Freezers, tilts and Hpoi-ce llntlis,
Cages, Brass, Copper and Enamelled Ware, llrlt-
ania ami pianitiied ware, jananneu ware ni
every description, and a a geneial assortment of
Ainongotners i seep incjuiiiy ceieurateu
T.J). Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avonuo, Cairo, Ills., i
prepared lo accommodato tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lowe
rates than any other first-class bouso ii
the city. Tho rooms are all well fur
nlshcd, light and airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho house is located In tho cen
tcrof the business part of tho y within
ono squaro of tho post office. 4-9-tf
Acting Coroner Mcllalo held an Inquest
Sunday on tho body of Benj. Rollack,
well-known colored man of this city, wh
was drowned sovoral weeks ago at tho
Phillips' wharfboat. The verdict was ac
cldental drowning. Rollack had been for
years In tho employ of Bcerwart, Orth &
Co., and was at tho time of his death jani
tor of thi Rough and Ready flro company
His body was very much decomposed, an
could not havo bcon recognized in any
other way than by the identification of
marks on bis right foot and his clothing.
It Is useless to mention their superior outlines
at they speak lur themselves throughout the
I manufacture everything In Tin, Sheet Iron, and
Conner Ware out ot the verv best material, .ml
liuve no hesitation in stating that I Ii ive a larger
nmi mum uumpiritj Hssnrtment oi goods men
Honed, than ran bo found in the citv.
Country dealers will find it lo their Interest to
can anu ciainino neiore pure listing elsewhere.
Jobbing, house guttering, and all outside wotk
promptly attended to. , W. HENDERSON,
C2if WO Commercial avenue, Cairo, III.
Six and one-half
pounds Durant's A Coffee Su
gar for Ono Dollar: Eight
pounds New Orleans Sugar for
One Dollar; Four lbs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy -five Cents per pound j
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
Cairo, III., May lfj, 1872.
Wo, tho undersigned barbers, in tho
city of Cairo horeby mutually ngreo nnd
pledge ourselves that on and after Sun-
dav, June 2d, 1872, we will keep our
lUllllEH Slloi'S CLOSED ON SUNDAY
DuiiiNo tue entire day, and will not
do any barbcrim; business of whatovor
kind or description on that day.
J. Geo. Stuinuousc,
D. Luni pert,
To cook rice without burning,
Burnett's cooklrg vessel.
To iiroil bTEAK chop orcutleU preserv
ing all tho Juice, weight and Improving
the flavor. II roll in Burnett's cooking
To cook yeoetaules In less time and
with less flro than generally required.
Use Burnett's steam cooking vessel,
good for any and all purposes.
W. J. IJUItNBTT,
Thornton's Block, Cairo, Ills.
400 MEMBERS ADMITTED IN JAN
UARY. FIVE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-TWO MEM
HERS ADMITTED IN MARCH FIVE HUN
DRED AND TWENTY-SIX MEMUEKS AD
MITTED IN APRIL FIVE HUNDRED AND
FIFTY-SEVEN MEMBERS ADMITTED IN
Such Is tho rapid growth of
tho Protection Lifo Insurnnco Com
pany ol unicago, working on
tbo Mutual contribution plan, and hold
ing assets over eight times tho amount of
its liabilities. Tho cost of a policy in this
company, including tho annual dues for
tho first year, is but $20 on $5,000, or $14
on $2,Ci00. Medical examination $1.
Tho class system Is entirely
ignored all assessments aro based on the
cntiro membership and tbo ago of each
ono at joining. Only seven assessments
(bolug ono dollar each for ull members
between tho ages of 25 und 40 years) havo
been mado during the past year ending
This is Insurance nt cost, and woll wor
thy of patronngo. For policies or infor
mation apply to
R. P. Roiibins, Ag't.,
C2codtf. Protection Life Ins,, Co.
The best place in town to buy your
shoes is at Black's City Shoo Store, come-
Eighth stroct and Commercial avonuo.
Ask fur tho Bkolaski Shop-made, und
you uro warranted a good pair at a low
price. Ho Is almost giving away Eastern
iiiudo boots and shoes, but ho can't war
rant them. 2t.
Wu can resist the offer. Tho
Continental Life Insurunco Company of
Kuw York Itsuq Life Policies for $1,000
on any ay butwoen 10 and 21, for 6 cents
aJy- W.F. Pitch eu.
Oon'l. Agt. for Southern Ills.,
Wayne's patent self-ventllating Refrlg.
orators and Ico Chests. Wo aro selling
Ico Chests at tho following Cincinnati
prices, vUi 9U 00, 13 00, $15 oo, $17.
20, etc. Refrigerators at from $20 00 to
$45 00, nnd best of city reference given
as to convenience of usa and economy of
Uto, Every family should bavo one.
&-3l-ftOJ. Beer wart, Orth & Co.
We almost despair of tho influence of
The Bulletin to bring tho stragglers
from Memphis and Paducah into a proper
observanco of tho Sabbath day. This con
Bidetation was deeply impressed upon ou
mind by tho bad conduct ot tho many-
drunken men, who, by fighting and loud
and boisterous conduct and gambling, di
graced tho day, brought reproach to Cairo,
and what is worso mado us lose most of tho
confidonco we have herotoforo had in ou
reformatory ability. Officers Cain, Bil
llngsly r.nd Martin arrested eleven ordi
nanco breakers, and many others escaped
One of tho offenders in a drunken frenzy
broko tho jaw bono of another drunken
man: another drunken fellow knocked
another drunken fellow down with acha
three drunken sports wero arrested whllo
gambling under tho high sidewalk on th
leveo near tho stone depot dollur ante.
Tho others woro all drunk and all disor
derly. Now, this is not as it should be
lt is not as The Bulletin wishes it; it
not as it would bo if our good naturcd sa
loon keepers did not soil liquors on Sun
day. Wo are sure It is not.
To Ice Cream Eaters. Dan Carnes is
propaiod to furnish tho vory bost arllclo
of Ico cream In largo or small quantities
on reasonable terms, at Louis Sisson s old
stand on Commercial avenue between
Seventeenth nnd Eighteenth streets. Al
so, attached to bis ico cream saloon will bo
S. Waltsrs. tho lumber merchant, has
just roturned from an cxtondod tour
through Wisconsin and Michigan, wboro
ho purchased tho largest stock of Yeltow
and Whito Pino ever boforo brought to
Cairo, and largo supplies of all kinds of
building material used In this market.
Mr. Waltors mado his purchases for cash
and car thorcforo, as ho does, sell olosor
than any dealer In St. Louis, Cincinnati,
Louisville, or any whoro olso on tho riv
ers. His steamboat lumber is of every va
riety, and his stock is vcry large, to which
fact tho attontlon of steamboat men is
For Rent. Ono of tho cottages known
as tho Dovassa cottages, nowly fitted up,
tf. Louis Herbert.
For all tbo popular warm weather
bovcrnges, go to the Thalia saloon, corner
of 12lh street and Washington avenuo.
and clears, is not excelled In tho west
Go and listen to tho music and try somo of
Fred's cool Weiss boor. 5-23 tf
ight days, in default of $5 and cosss.
Gc. Bul ley, colorod, whoso peculiar
forte seems to be that of making himself
.1.-1.. ..IT.. !.... t.A. 1.1
, , ,., c . , Ice Cream has becomo the Institution
and who was fined threotimesonSaturdav
last, was up again yesterday, and deposited of tho season, ana l'lill Haups 111c mosi
15 and costs. popular in tho city. His saloon has be
John Powell, for breaking another come, In fact, Ico cream headquarters, and
" Is. 1 1 al.
mn' Ur fined SLV .lull 10 ti.va. 't IS not mo lasnion 10 eai ine luaury bi.j
.1. VI. Mnk'm. ff.n.l.lln.s. tlO .ml rn.ta. WOCrO OlSe. 11 IS KCl Willi surupu.uu.
L. T. Shaddock, drunkenness, $1 and , ncal nnd R,J pfn f
Molllo Brown, for belntr drunk and
conducting herself in a disorderly man
ncr, was fined $3.
Bill Hamilton, fighting, fined $10 und
costs. From tho fact that William spends
most of bis time in tho city Jail, ho was
unublo to pav tho assessment, and was
" sent up " ugitln for 16 days.
John Rick, drunk, fined $2 and costs,
John Murphy, samo offense, fined
and costs. Eight days in cnlaboosc.
Our north Missouri exchanges state
that tho prospects for a plenteous fruit
harvest woro never better.
no questionable characters is permitted in
It. Mr. Saup has, also, always on hnt.d
fresh cakes of all kinds, candle', notions
toys, Ac., and deserves a continuation nnd
an incrcasoof tho popular favor In which
his establishment is hold. u-7dtf
SoM etuino, N e w. Tho .National Broil
er and summer furnace combined. You
can have it cither with or without Fur
nace. Call nnd seo it. For salo at A.
llully's and Bcerwart Orth Co.
The Bulletin Job printing Is better
anu cheaper than that of any office
tho etnto of Illinois. Wo mean what wo
say. Como anu seo us I
Wanted. An intelligent, honest and
industrious boy, about 14 years old, at
tf. Budkh liROS.
Steamer Julia, Vicksburg.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
11 Idlcwlld, Evansville.
" N. W. C, Casoyvlllo. -
Robert Mitchell, Cincinnati.
" Dictator, St. Louis.
11 Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Paducnh.
Steamer Julln, Vicksburg.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Idlowlld, Memphis.
" N. W. C, Caseyvillo.
" Robert Mitchell, Now Orleans.
" Burksville, Nashville.
" Dictator, Memphis.
11 Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim. Fisk, Paducah.
BIO MUDDY 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.
Snocial contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
BOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tbo excellent steamer Charles Bodmann,
leaves for New Orleans and intermediate
points this evening.
The City of Chester is tbo regular mall,
boat for Memphis and way points to-day,
at 5 p. in.
The Bcllo Memphis leaves for St. Louis
and way points this evening at 8 o'clock.
The City of Alton loaves for Now Or-;
leans at 10 a. in.
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho samplo room
bus received the appointment of ugent for
tho salo of the Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur-
bunu Winu Company's wines In this city
If tho botllo with which wo havo been
favored is a samplo of tho quality of
theso wines, thon wo aro prepared to say
that they are among tho best we havo ever
tasted. Ho has just received a largo con
signment, which ho Is prepared to sell at
tho lowest figures. He has also on hand n
large and complete stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
Excellent Weiss beer at tbo.Tbulia.
Try the Excelsior. Those who In
dulgo thcinsujves in luxuries such as St.
Louis Lager Boer, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich Wines and ico cold Lemonades, all
sweetened with finest piano music, should
call on Fred. Blankenbergs. Ho has tho
coolest, quieten and tin nit saloon in the
west. He has also a flno billiard table for
tbo uso of his guests andhis cigars cannot
be excelled. 5-10dlm
Weiss beer constantly on hand at tho
Thalia saloon. 5-21dtf
Tho Arlington Garden, a delightful
place ol resort, is now ready tor visitors
Tents havo been spread on tho green
sward, a high, rlose fence surrounds the
garden, and ladies and gentlemen may
enjoy tbo finest of Ice cream and tho cool
est of lemonado, frco from the public gaze.
T. B. Ellis, Prop r.
THE LITTLE KENTCCKIAN,
o. 53 Ohio levee, is Ae place whoro
Tho Quickstep is tho regular packet they keep thu freshest tUh and gnme, and
Died. At 5 o'clock p.m. yestorday, of
consumption, at the residence of Job
Sackberger, Mr. Alexandor Heller, in th
34th year of his age.
Mr. Wollcr was a brother to Mrs. Joh
Sackbergor, and half-brother to Mr. Aun
solman. Ho formerly resided ut Grand
Tower, Illinois, wboro he was engaged,
during last winter, in putting up ico. From
cold contracted by exposure, consumption
sot in, and finding that that terrible dis-
oaso had a fatal hold on his constitution
ho camo to this city about two months ago
in ordor to avail himself of tho tender caro
of.his sister. Everything in tho power
of human skill was dono to alleviato his
sufferings, but all to no purpose. After
an illness of four months, ho passed away
leaving a largo circlo of relatives und
friends to mourn his loss.
The wcokly numbers of tho Livtko Aoe
for Mity 25th und Juno 1st, havo tho fol
lowing notablo contonts: Tho British
Parliament, its History and Eloquence,
from tho Quarterly Review j Tho American
Civil War, British Quarterly Review; Let
ter und Discoverios of Sir Charles Boll,
Edinburg Review; Tho Poetry of Mat-
thow Arnold, Rritith Quarterly Review;
A Modern French Gnostic, Spectator; Po-
sitlon of tho English Government, Econo.
mist; Tho Bohomian Eloctlons, Econo-
tnist; Tho Ruins of Zimbaic, in South Af
rica, Academy; Tho conclusion of "Tho
Story of the Plebiscite," by M. M. Erck-
mann-Chutrlan ; Tho continuation of
"Tho Strange Advonturcs of a Phieton,"
by William Black, author of "A Daugh
tcr of Hotb," etc., of "Tho Maid of Skor,"
and "Off the Skolligs," by Joan Ingelow,
besides poetry and miscellany. Tbo sub
scription prlco of this 04 pago wockly
magazine Is $8 a year, or for $10 any ono
of tho American $4 magazinos is sent with
The Living Age for a year. Llttell &
Gay, Boston, Publishers.
Maqnolia Ladles' Slippers at Elliott
Uftythorn's, jttlt received. tf.
leaving for Evansvillo and the Ohio river,
Tho Jim Fisk is tho daily packet for
Paducah, leaving at 1 p. m.
CONDITION OF TUE ItlVRS
The decline in tho Ohio at this point
continues at a slow but steady rate.
The Moncngchala is falling steadily at
Tho Ohio is reported rising slowly at
Cincinnati nnd Louisville, with 5 feet in
Cumberland river Is rising steadily.
The Mlssissipp Is rising again slowly
BUSINESS AXD WEATHER.
Business was fuir on tho levee. Freights
are plenty and tonnage in domand.
During tho fore part of the day tho
sun shone hot, but towarJs evening, dark
heavy clouds hung low, und a higbwind
sprung up blowing tho dust in all direc
Steamboat men aro informed that tho
undersigned has established it wood yard
at tho foot of tho Sister Islands, (foot of
Dog Tooth Bend), and will keep on hand
constantly a full supply of dry hard wood,
which will bo supplied to boats night or
day. Daniel Elliott, Proprietor.
Tho Robert Mitchell ennio out with a
bargo In tow which sho used as u lighter
over the shoal places. Sho left horo with
a big freight t'ip.
Tho Jamos Howard is hard aground on
Casoyvlllo bur and has a barge along sido
lighting. Tho river is falling at tho rato
of ono inch an hour, and sho will havo to
tako nearly all hor frolght off. On tho
crossing there is only seven feet.
Tho Dictator passed south with ono
largo bargo of ico. Tho N. W. C.
brought down a tow of Casoyvlllo coal.
Tho Idlo wild brought In a slim trip. Sho
hail 175 hhd. tobacco, and 200,000 shing
les, to tako lo Evansvillo from Paducah.
Alex. Uurd, clerk of tho Tyrono, left
Sunday night for his homo. Ho will join
his bout, whon alio comes out again.
Tho Burksville, Eddyvlllo and tho
Ella Hughes, all excellent low water
boats, will run between hero aud Nash-
vlllo during tho low water leason.
Thero was 435 arrivals at this port dur
ing tho month of May.
Tho Julia brought down a largo number
of railroad hands to work on tho Cairo
and St. Louis railroad.
Jim Law, watchman on Phillips' wharf-
boat, found tho body of Bon. Rollack, a
colored man who was drowned somo time
ago. Thero was a reward of $50 otfbred
for his body.
Best Weiss beer at the Thalia. C-21dt j
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to be
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty
flvo cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park. Pronrietor,
Keep Your Rooms Cool. Charcoal
Furnaces und Charcoal In any quantities
Beerwart, Orth & Co. s.
J. J. Anderson & Co., gas fitters, CI
Ohio Levee, ovor Loncrgan & Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gas lilting cheaper than tho cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction In every in
stanco. If they do not pleaso thoy will
not charge Give thorn a trial. Thoy
know their business porfectly. Remember
the place, CI Ohio Leveo. 6-31m,
Wm. Killers, at hisshopon Twentieth
street, opposite Uio Court House hotel, is
manufacturing Loots and shoes, of every
stylo und variety, warranted to give per
fectsatisfactlon. Ho keeps genuino French
calf und gives his customers ull ho prom
Louis Blatau's saloon deserves the
popularity into which it has grown. It
has been vory handsomely fitted up, and
is so comrortablo that it is u pleasure
wnuo nway a spiro hour thero. The bar
is suppllod with ail kinds of fine liquors
and wines, and with tho best of Frosh
Lager Beer, and Weiss Beor that In dellc-
lousncss cannot bo oxcellod. A lunch
free to patrons, is sproud every day, nnd
anartlcloof Sweitzor Checso, tho best In
tho market, is alwoys on hand. Mr,
Blautuu Invites tho public to give him n
call, on Eighth stroot, botwoen Comrner
clal avenuo and Ohio Lovce, opposito tho
Perry Houso, in Rizor's building.
Go to Wm. Ehlor's, on Twentieth
street, for your flno custom mado boots
and shoos. You can't do better. Try
Go to tho Thalia for tho best Weiss
beer in town. 6-21dtf
M. Burns, proprietor of the Mechanlos'
boarding houso, cornor Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
thathoisnowkeoplng a flrst-class hotel
and boarding bouso for tho accornmoda
tlon of regular boarders or transient
guests. Ho has accommodations for
eighty to ono hundred pooplo ; his tablo Is
wen Kept, uis rooms light and airv. and
not a bod In the houso that has not either
n set of springs or a feather bed. 6-lm
A splendid lot of Muenolla and Em
press Ladles' Slippers at Elliott & Hay
thorn's, Commercial avenue. tf.
Our Home Advertisements
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
WATER COO L E R S .
"W IRE CLOTH
fer Window Screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS,,
ic, dec, iiC
CRADLES, Ac, Jcc.
Alto manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & CorPER Ware.
tolo Agents for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveaule Point Steel Plow,
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
hCANTLIN A COOil's
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS.
Warranted a sure cure for smoking chlmnles.
MEN WANTED I
The Cairo St. Louis It. K. Co. want waJ men
at once, to work on the line of their road In
Alexander county, lrxm S to 15 miles north ot
PHICE-j.-Kor station work, light nil. twenlj
cents (20,;.) per y rd, Choppers, (12 Ml to ilof.
lars ami !irir cents per day, Iay m-n on grsne,
i. i ''"'lars nnd twentv-nve cents per day.
Hoard It Ou per wee. I'romnt Davrnenta In cash
ACPlV 10 JUlIN Mltl.VHV Hnn'l nn Ih. onrV.
SUTTER & BIERWIRTII,
708 WASHINGTON A VENU
ST. LOUIS, MO. jf
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and grour
of every description. falls,
PARTICULAR ATrENTMN-TAID TdOll'fl"
-Orders from all
promptly attended to.
parts of the country
5-31 diw 3m e
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
U. REX FORD,
Cor. Onio Levee & Second St.,
UagcaKe convoved lo and from the Denot free
ol charge. dec.tf.
NO'lICK' Hv flrtnanf in order and decree or
tho circuit court of Alexander county, Illinois,
inaiie on tne petition or the undersigned, m tm n
islralor de bonis non of the estate of Charles
Ifn.l .1 1 tn aA lha rAl A.lKl
nf said deceased. t the April lerm, A. U. Wi, pf
aid court, I shall on the 8th day of June, A. I.
1T2, between tne houra of 10 u clock a.m., and
so'elock, p.m., or said day, sell at publio sale,
- !,. ,n- iha ourt house In the cliv of
Cairo, in said county and State, the following
described real estate, situated In the city f Cairo,
county of Alexander 'and I state of I Miopia. to-wit:
ide of lot number eleven (II) In block num-
.wAntv.inree izji as ine Name are biu.
and described on Hie recorded map, or plat, of
said city ol Cairo. '
The payments to be made as follows I One-hslf
cash in hand, the balance in six months from
dsy of sale, the purchaser to give his note bear
ing six percent, interest, seemed by a mortgsia
with power of sale, on the premises sold. tS IV.
curs the unpaid portion of the ruroha-e monev.
Administrator de bonis nan of the estate ot Char.
April llb, U72. J.oi.g.