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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1872.
S.1TA0 TII ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K.
O.Ua 'iWBPOT, M... lh. 1171, the follow-
ur,ef,aig.r trains at Cairo i
lWMell train. dllr i JuS m!
Express, daily -
euro u'd 8t, Louis Short Line.
4m " ...... 3.13 p.m.
Depart 12:30 a.m.
Nocheageofcrrr from Cairo to St. Louis. Io
chant tf'ara Irom Cairo to Chicago. Klein!
imit Boon sleeping cars on night trains.
Baggage checked to til important point.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will mke threa trips duly.
LtAYIVS CA1S0 I tlAVIKQ MOl KD C1TT
At T.. - a.m. I At 8:30.......... a.m.
At 11 - ....-. m. At 1:30 p m.
At ISO ......p.m. At 6 ........p.m.
Muh rear, an eent.- 10 tickets for 12 SO,
Will lend, when hailed, at any good Intermediate
endinglor paasengersor freight, novvltr..
CAIRO " AND " l" ADU C A U"
The splendid steamer
.1.. .at. ..f mnnlh. f?M 8m till A
man shout five feet '"m'. JimW
hair and Mho eyes ono of whlc h l sbgl 'T
fctlf, clean shaven when .hist
ears old, kidnapped a female child three years
old, irom' Sear Mandrillc. ilallsrd county. 'Ken-
ucky. Thoclillil I smnu mr ""
atoinnppenrnnro, black eye, and hea t thinly
ml ,T.il W1W1 I Hill linn nun im-" -
of Itorcnda Hmllh. 'lliechild always spoke of
hersrll as " Dody." It is supposed ir.o nrrmn
.KAii,n a, Ank ine mini ion, ...a m ...if-
t. .nf nprann who will recover And take
r..' r, . Itfun.lr'lto. and leave her In the
nr. i.nvn - r -- -. -
chare of Mr. John Nlckola, law?', inn airave re
war will tie paid. ZAClIARIAtl HAY.
nianiiviiic, June t, is,o.
FOURTH OF JULY!
Bin. Howard Capt.
Leaes Cairo DAILY, (Sun Jay excepted), a 14
... far fr.Uhtnr naaa- apply on board or
)nStf JAH A '
PR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
rrrrEnrer M. J.
I I .timer Conmerclal arenue an
ImbUi street. 3-31 tf
McGsulej'a drug store,
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
I)ESIDENCE No. VI Thirfeemh street, be.
XV tween Washington aenuean.i Walnut atreet,
Oftlce Ui Commercial arenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OESIDESCE-cornerNlnth and Walnut sts,
IjO.Hfe-comer Hlxth afreet and Ulilo Icree.
Ufflce hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m and 9 p.m
H. WARDNEIl, M. D.
f) EVIDENCE Corner Nineteenth street and
IV wainmgion arenue, near court hou.e.
Dee orer me posiomce,
a.m. sod 2 to 4 p m.
Offlco hours 10 to 12
Our Home Advertisers.
ROUGH and READY
The underdone.!, Joint Commlllce of ArranKf
in-ntol tlieabnronim.l Hr Companies, l;.'g
leare to Inform fho reoploo, tMto ami vicinity,
im iner he made arrauaemenis for Chl.h
IIKATISO THE NATIONS HIRTIIDAT IN
QRASDER STY LP.
Ihai It has erer been celebrated In Southern Il
linois. Kor the purpose nf making the nINIr a
success and furnishing ine.ms nt enteitalnmcnt
lo all, Ihey hare spared neither time, labor nor
The celebration will begin on the morning of
"THE FOURTH," WITH A OHAND
With Apparatus through the principal
streets of the City.
The procession will be headed by the
CAIKO SILVER COKNKT BAND
and will bo under the direction of
Mavok Lansdk.v, as Gkand Marshal,
ol the day, siislsie.l by Jas. S. Sh at.hk, Assistant
nilei l-.nglneer or me hire Department.
Immediately after the Parade the Ilo.it will leave
FOR THE PIC-NIC GROUNDS,
intho Shady Ornve of Kentucky opposite, Twen
tieth street, hveiy provision will be made to
render the Pic-uic HIHI'-CLASJ In every respect
IfiR! ICE I ! 1UKMI
From Wcdneiday May M, tho Ico
111 cnnvnis Uio city, to contlnuo
during tho sumtner months. Nono hut
puro northorn lnke co will bo uonvor.
Hust:, Loomis, io.
That tho choicest btittor it nl Louis Jor
genson's. Only 30 conts per pound. 4tr
Having refurnished this well known
nnd popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near tho poit office, tho proprlo
troM would Inform tho public that bho
Is prepared to accommodate tho public
with first-class board nnd well furnlshod,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
nblo terms. Amplo propnratlons hnvo
been niado to accommodato nn unlimited
numbor of day boardors. Patronage so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Oaffxey.
A FINE PIANO TO 1IE RAFFLED AT LOR
F.TTO ACADEMY FOR ONE DOLLAR A
A vear ago thosistcrscommoncod to cir
culate prize tickots for this piano, hut
owing to slow sales, they hnvo been
obltced to put off tho rafllo up to tho pres
ent. They liopo soon to dispose of enough
tickets to Justify them in parting with tho
instrument. Tlio rafllo will tako plnce
not later than the first of August. A now
and sweet-toned pinao ! Toko a chance,
everybody, by all mcuns.
BUTTER! BUTTER! BUTTER!
Rcautiful golden butter, in small pack
ages, at '21 cents at Louis Jorgcnsen's.
P. g" SchulP
REFR ESII M KNTS
of every description will be on tho grounds, nnd
dispensed by ntltble and attentive cterern. Kull
arrangements w III bo made for
D A IT O I 1J a-,
aad for this purpose the Committee have engag
er cisenuerg a ccienrftioj nraiNn man.
The Declaration of Independence
will be read by Hon. J. II. Uberly, and appropri
ate Mueechej will be delivered bv eminent sneak
ers, w III be luterludedby select inuslo by the Sil
ver kernel iianu.
The day's entertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
' in tho Evening at
Washington Hall and Garden,
under the direct management of the best Torpil-
"v'tnu 111 . lid wfwi linn,,.
Several Fire Companies from abroad hnvo been
Invited, nnd will probnb y be present.
In conclusion, aud on behalf of the above
I named Fire Companies, the Committee respect
lully Invite the people ot Cairo and surrounding
country In nirticlnitn m the festivities, and thus
assist m waxing inn antir ngraiu HU?oeHfl nnu
wcirinyoi meever giorioim roitr'li.
The Illinois Central Rail Road Comuinv now
onerfnr saia tne rouowinguescribeu iota in rirs
Addition to trui City of Cairo, viz t
I.OI i DIOCK U. IO; XS UIOCK P,
" 18 " 20. " 27 " 82,
' fi " 62, " 28 82,
' 0 " 82, " 31 " 82,
" 3 " 82, " 32 " 82.
orterma.ete. apply) JAMES JOHNSON,
T. H. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
nnd Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., Is
prepared to accommodato tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other first-class houso in
the city. Tho rooms aro all well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample, rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho houso is located in tho cen
ter of tho business part of tho y within
ono squaro of tho post office. 4-9-tf
Illinois Ccntial R. R. Co. Anr's Orricr,)
Ciito, May .lift, 172. f
To persons wishing to attend tho Na-
tionul Sacncerfest, to bo held at bt,
Louis, from Juno 12th to Juno lCth, 1872
we will sell excursion tickets to St. Louis
nd return, together with a ticket of nd
mission to the Saongerfest, at eight dol
lars and twenty cents each, for tho round
trip. Tho salo of tickots will commenco
Juno 10th and bo discontinued Juno 14th
Tickets good for tho return trip until
Juno 18th, inclusive.
James Johnson, Agent,
TICKET! roa tut PIC NIC, Wo.
Children accompanied by their parents, free.
M. J. IIowlov.
Jos. M. Velrun.
11. T. Martin,
Rest in the United States. Wnter Cnolera. Toilet
setts. 1 X L Freezers. Sltz and Miomn llnths.
Cages, Bras., Copper nnd Enamelled Vare. iirlt-
nnin and platiUhed Waro, Japanned Warn of
every inscription, anil a n general n-sortmcnl oi
Among oinura t keep tnejusuy celebrated
It Is useless to mention their annerlnr nnslltles
ns uiry 0ivi,k nr utemseives uirougiiotu me
i mnnitinciiireevvrvin na n Tin. kiihm irnn. nn
Cnppr Warn out id the very liest material, and
: u.iB in, m-immiiui in unung mat j line a Urgei
iu, ilium uuiiiiiiu nssnrimeni or goods men
tinned, than enn be found In HibpIIv.
IVl,nlH.,l.ul.. ..Ill M-.l I. ...
vwuii.ij nrwni niiiuii'i ,i(u ii)Hir iiiierrs 10
call and examine btfnrr purchasing elew here.
juujiiig, iiiiuin giiiiering, am an mitsiiie uoik
pronintly uttomiod to. (J. W. HKMtKUSON,
finnnrumi uvrnue. i;tiri). in.
J. J. Anderson Sc Co., gas fitters, CI
Ohio Levee, over Lonorgnn ic Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kinds of steam an
gas fitting choapor than tho cheapest, and
guarantee perfoct satisfaction In every In
stanco. Ifthoy do not plcaso they will
not chargo. Givo them a trial. They
know their buslnoss perfectly. Remember
the placo, 61 Ohio Lovoo. C-31
To Ice Cream Eaters. Dan Carnes 1
prepatod to furnish tho very best nrticl
of ico cream in large or small quantities
on reasonable terms, ut Louis Lasano'sold
stand on Commercial avenuo between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, attached to his ico cream saloon will bo
found tho very choicest of wines, liquors
and clours. Come ono and all and patron-
izo Dun. C-31 lm
PabtltAtion amt; Balletls Balltllair,
THE CAIRO DIRECTORY.
The canvassers for tho Cairo City Di
rectory completed their work sovornl
months ago, but wo hnvo been delayed in
tho publication of tho work by many
causes. Wo hnvo put into our establish
ment steam, nnd very expensive new
rRESsEs n Cottrell & Dnbcock four
rollor cylinder press, n half-medium Unl-
ersal, a Gordon and a Liberty, besides a
great variety of new type.
Those changes in tho office havo occu
pied all our time and attention for months,
but wo have now leisure to dovoto to tho
Directory which 1.1 t the hand of the
This will bo made one of tho finest di
rectories over issued in tho West will
in printed in colors, and In ovory way
bo a specimen of typography that wo
know wo sholl havo reason to bo proud of.
The edition will be large, and will leavo
the binder's hands in about six weeks.
Any advertiser who desires to mnko
changes in his advertisements, may do 'so
through the mail, or by sondlng instruc
tions to this office.
Wo hope tho public may avail them
selves of this opportunity to patronizo a
Cairo enterprise that richly deserves
Cherries nro getting plenty In mar
Bloody Scene. A man, whoso namo
wo did not learn, appoarod boforo 'Squlro
Shanncssy yesterday and requested a war
rant for tho arrest of somo ono who, he
claimed, held him while somo other men
heat him over tbo head and faoo. Wheth
er his story was truo or not, ho showed
ovidonco of having boon rather sevoroly
dealt with by somo one. His head was
cut In gnshos and tho blood was pouring
down over his faco in streams. Ho claimed
that he was lying down on ono of tho
wharf boats, nnd that somo ono camo'along
and took hi.- hat and between $2 and $3
in money out of his pocket. When ho
arose and domanded his valuables, tho
row commenco'd nnd ended with tho
abovo result, Wo do not know how truo
tho story Is nor who tho mon wore that
treated him so roughly.
Strawuerries and now potatoes, con
tlnuo to bring a high price.
Upwards of ono hundred car loads
of grain and hay wore discharged from tho
Illinois Central railroad hero yestorday.
An Englishman, a thorough bookkeeper
and nccountant wishes to obtain employ
ment in making up books, accounts &c.
Hus first-class recommendations from last
situations. Terms moderate. Address J.
It. Pettet at this office.
Cairo, Juno 5th, 1872. C.7!it.
Police Court. John Jen nick was be
foro 'Squiro Shannessy yesterday on a
charge of drunkonncss, and fined $1 and
Dave Tilman, who, so far as color
is concerned, would mako an
appropriate sign for a hard
rubber store, was "Jenrked" for
abusivo and threatening language. David
has a peculiar antipathy to '' white trash, "
and indulgod a littlo too freely in epctbets
addressed to ono of his palo faced breth
ren. Ho has tho pleasuro of assisting
Mcllale for a period of 9 days in his ef
forts to keoo the streets clean.
Mr. Howard Peck, traveling agent
for the Singor Sewing Machine, will bo
In Cairo, at Ellis' Arlington House, for a
few days. An nctivo agent is wanted for
Cairo and Pulaski county. Persons wish
ing to purchase a machine, or desiring an
agency in Illinois or Missouri, will please
call on him. The Sinoer Mf'o. Co.,
C-7-lt St. Louis, Mo.
Fred. Hlankenueru has engaged a
new pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. Ho is n vory lino performor and
Fred's is a fine instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excolslor, like its liquors
and cigars, is not oxcclled in tho west.
Go and listen to the music and try some of
Fred's cool Weiss boor. 6-23 tf
Cairo, III., May 1G, 1872,
We, tho undersigned barbore, In tho
city of Cairo heroby mutually agreu and
I pledgo ourselves that on and after Sun-
II'ay, June 2d, 1872, we will keep our
1 isahheu Shops closed on Sunday
IDUKINU THE ENTIRE DAY, and will not
. wberlni; business of whatever
Kltld or aeicrlr.lt, .1.... .1 ...
1 ill, tl,llb.H!.
1 F. Thuubold,
f 1 II Schick IV """-'"i
-HnqOS ') d J Geo. Sib I n h 0 u so, 'ffl?'
W w-'' Wm Schick, Itototuft
-Six and one-httlf
pounds Durant's A Coflfco Su
gar for One Dollar; Eight
Sjunds New Orleans Sugar for
no Dollar; Four lbs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-flvo Cents per pound ;
Young Hygon and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev-
u. l.nmriurt. Chiirw a .. r u'
John Bedford. Jir. Rr .w,:""""
,1 .. in , '
Ice Cream has become the Institution
of tho soason, and Phil Snup's thu most
popular in thu city. His saloon has be
come, in fact, ice cream headquarters, and
it is not tho fashion to out tho luxury any
whero else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, is neat and tidy, aud the prosenco of
no questionable characters is permitted in
It. Mr. Saup has, ulso, always on hand
fresh cakes of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, iic, and deserves a continuation and
an inureasn of tho popular favor in which
his establishment Is held, 6-7dlf
To cook rice without burning. Uto
Hurnott s cooking vessel.
To liitoiL bTEAK chop orcutlots preserv
ing all the juice, weight and improving
the flavor. Uroil In ,Burn:. s cooking
To cook veo etaiileh in less timo and
with less fire than gone. ally required.
Uio Burnett's steam cooking vessel.
good for any and all purposes.
W . J. Burnett,
Thornton's Block, Cairo, Ills,
Magnolia Ladies' Sllppors at Elliott
Haythorn's, just received. tf.
In another column our readers will see
a rowurd of fifty dollars is offered for the
recovery of a child kidnapped from its
mother, from near Blandville, Kentucky
by its fathor. Tho man, tho mother in
forms us, has never contributed anything
whatever toward tho support of tho child.
Throo weeks ago, in company with three
other armed men, ho went to the houso of
his wife's mother where slio (his wife)
has lived since her marrlago and forcibly
took the child from its mother. It is sup
posed he has taken the little girl some
where in tho stato of Missouri, though
probably at no great dlstanco from tho
JACK WINTERS, OPERATOR.
Philadelphia, Juno C Convention
was called to order. ,
Ex-Senator Doollttlu addressed tho con
vention, and Mr Carpontor, of Wiscon
sin replied to him, after which Logan oi
Illinois arose, and in the course of his
speech called Mr. Carpenter a liar. Mr.
G. very gracefully knocked him down.
This proccduro caused an immenso rush
of Radicals to the rescuo of their chain'
pion, when tho floor gave way and somo
CO persons were Injured by the fall.
After order was restored, Gen. John C.
Cochran made a speech, in tho courso of
which ho said It was policy for Grant to
withdraw in order to save the republican
party. Tho speaker was immediately
hissed dovn by carpet-baggers tho of the
After somo informal business, the con
vention proceeded to ballot, which resulted
FIRST U ALLOT.
At this juncture Mr. Wood brought
word that Mr. Logan was seriously hurt
11. a.m. lteporta of committees read
Juno C. Convention met at o a.m
Three, caucusses were hold last night, nt
which strong efforts wero made to force
Grant off tho track.
10 n.m. Dan Voorhccsln the cbair. All
tho delegates were present, and from thoi
extended physiognomies, showed thatthoy
Prayer by Rev. J. B. Thayer.
Mr. Carpenter . nroso and apologized
for his seeming harsh cocduct on yester
Mr. Logan, with brimming oyo, and
outstretched arms freeley forgave him.
SKC0NH II ALLOT.
THIRD II ALLOT.
Necessary to a choico 448.
SEVENTH 11 ALLOT.
Mr. Grant was declared unanimously
Tho president was so overcome by thl
news that ho fainted. At last accounts he
was recovering slowly.
Gov. Hoffman made a speech, stating
that republicans as well as democrats had
been blamed with tho recent corruption 0
the city government, but that ho had doo
ments from Gen. Grant completely exhon
orating tho republican party, and
thought democrats ought to bo ditto.
IIALLOT FOR VICE-PRESIDENT.
Henry Wilsoi 370
Wilson nominated unanimously.
The fire still burns, notwithstanding the
crocodile tears of diiappointed office
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho sample room
lias received the appointment of agent for
the solo of tho Hummondsport, N. Y., Ur
banu Wine Compuny's wines in this city
If tho bottlo with which wo htivo been
favored is a sample of tho quality of
those wines, then wo aro prepared to say
that they aro among tho best we huvo over
tasted. Ho has just received a large con
sifnmunt, which ho Is prepared to soil at
thu lowest figures. Ho has also on hand 11
large, mid compluto stock of tho various
uranas of lruh, Scotch and American
wmskJus, and wine of ovory varietv.
Thy this ExoELsmu.-T,, w, ,
dingo themselves In luxuries such as Kt
Louis Lugtir Hour, Cocktails, Gin illnm'
rich Wines and leu coU I.mnonades all'
sweetened with 'finest piano music, should
call on Fred. BlHtikonberg,. Ho has tho
coolest, quietest and linnet saloon in the
west. Ho has ulso a Quo billiard table for
the uso of his guosts andjhis cigars cannot
bo excelled. C-10dlm
Weiss beer constantly on hand at the
Tballa saloon. 6-21dlf
There will bo a meeting of tho board
of managers of tho Orphan Asylum at tho
residenco ef Mrs. D. Hurd on Seventh
street, on Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
As thoro is business ot importance, it is
hoped thoro will bo n full attendance.
Mrs. Wood Kitteniiouhe, Scc'y
We must ask those good peoplo who
draw religious and political sustenance
from tho columns of this paper, to rostraln
their disappointment ut tho reception of
so littlo to-day and tho less quantity to bo
furnished for u ;vcck to come; but, tho
fact Is, somo of our prinlors aro drunk,
having fallen Into tho hands of tho tempt
er, and a large number of those remain
ing sober aro employed upon tho delin
quent tax list, a thing which, entering u
printing office, drives roliglon and woHtics
out ot tho window, and always transforms
tbo managing editor of a small office,
(which the samo The Bulletin is and
wo can't deny it), into a miserable, sweat
ing und groaning sinner, to calm whoso
torn-tip mind would requiro tho prayers
of ull thu Christians in tho city and all tho
balm of Oiload. Il'c aro that unfortunuto
man, and until wo get down again, wo
wish 'iiiE Bulletin to bo considered tho
organ of tho sinful.
There will bo a meeting of tho demo
cratlc contral committee,-of Alexander
county, nt tho offlco of W. Wf. Thornton,
Tenth strcot, on Saturday, Juno 10, 1872,
at 2 o clock p.m.
John How ley, Chairman.
W. W. Thornton, Socrotary.
Cairo, Illinois, Juno 6, 1872.
A general meeting of tho German
school society will bo hold at the German
school house, this Friday evening, at 8
o'clock, for the purpose of adopting th
F. Kokhmeyer, Secretary.
- to Win. Khlor's, on Twentieth
street, for your lino custom made boots
and shoes. You can't do better. Try
Wabash Is reported to bo rising fait. Tho
Arkansas is on a steady decline with plon
ty water In tho channol. Tho Mississippi
Is falling again with a good itago of water
to Now Orleans.
nURINESA AND WEATHER.
Thcro was consldornblo buslnoss done on
the landings yestorday. Southorn frelchts
aro in oxcess of tonnage.
Tho weathor was clear, and tho sun
beams shed a gentlo heat.
The Nashvlllo 'brought out 300 tons
Now Orleans freight, which sho reshipped
hore, nnd then filled out with Memphis
Tho H. M. Shrevo caino out with a fair
load, and made largo additions here.
Tbo City of 0.ulncy had 000 tons froight
and a good number of passenger.
The Imporial passed down with a tow
of loaded barges. Tho City of Vlcksburg
arrived from below, making railroad timo.
She had but little freight.
Tho Arkansas Bella brought down a
slim trip. ' Sho was under the command of
Jos. Throop, Capt. Grammcr having slop
ped off to attend the funeral of his littlo
The John Kllgour passed up with a
cabin full of passengers and considerable
Tho wrecking steamer Aid goes to
White river to raise two engines and
tenders, nnd six cars and ten trucks re
cently sunk in that river.
Mr. Milt Reed, during tho past four
years, receiving clerk on J. M. Phillips'
wharfbont, hna.rcsigned his position an'l
left yesterday oh tho John Kllgour, for
Louisville, on n short pleasuro trip. Dur
ing his slay on the wharfboat, Si lit has
made many warm friends by his gentle
manly bearings and fair dealings.
Steve Cochran, a well-known second
clerk has quit tho river nnd is now en
caged In a lint store at St. Louis.
Tho wharfage tax at this placo, It' ap
pears, gives tho river man of tho Missouri
Democrat ' considerable trouble, ns he .is
continually blowing his shell about It
Will he inform us how many steamboats
he owns ?
City Xtloaal Hank Bulldlur.
sJjpeclal attention paid to orders Irom steam
oats night or day.
Our Homo Adversers.
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
HOME 0 ITS ADVANTAGES.
It cook quickly ami more thoroughly with less
Mr than any other way.
Food cooked the nl.t ... u... n.iki.,inf n.
wetghL-coolied In this steam vessel, It only loses
. na eighth. The savings in this way will sooo
pay Its cost, '
FOOD CANNOT HE BUNID.
It will BOIL,
HT E W
more perfectly than any nlensil used for either
purpose now ,n use.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat stewed, boiled or broiled In this nunner
I as a better flavor, and Is easier divested than
when cooked In the old way.
NO TEAR OF DYSPEPSIA.
It mskes a first ulast Cook outer a Door one.
and agond cook beuer than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It la theonlr uten.il In use that lawarranted
nottoHUItft KICK IN C hOKINO. under nnr clr-
cumsttnee. Agents make more money selling
ii.is vessel, man any article in use, tor every in
telligent housekeeper in the country wants one.
AMY ONE WlBHIKO TO UUY RIGHTS 0
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT '
can call on or address
W. J. BURNETT,
S 2,'tfJSw Thornton's Illock, 10th t., Cairo, HI.
Steamor Arkansas Hello, Kvansville.
" Nashville, Cincinnati.
" City of Vicksburg, Vickiburg.
" W. S. Curtis, N. Orleans.
11 City of Quincy, "
" Aid, St. Louis.
" H. M. Shreve, St. Louis.
" Imperial, St. Louis.
" Alico Brown, Louisville.
11 John Kilgour, N. Orleans.
11 Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
Steamer Arkansas Belle, Kvansville.
" Nashville, Memphis.
" City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
" W. S. Curtis,
" City of Quincv, "
" Alii, White Rivor.
" H. M. Shreve, Rod River.
" Imporial, N. Orloans.
" Alice Brown, Louisvillo.
" John Kilgour, Cincinnati.
" Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus,
ma MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any timo, both
day nnd night, with olthor lump or chost
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usunl
terms, nt tho yurd nt Grand Towor, Ills,
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon application.
U. V. Olypiiant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-IC-ly,
1IOATS TO LEAVE.
The John Kylo is tho bout leaving for
Now Orleans this morning, Tho good
packet Colorado is tbo regular packet for
Memphis und Vicksburg, loavlng at 6 p.m.
Tbo excellent Quickstep leaves at 5 p.m,,
for Kvansville, and all way landings.
The favorite City of Chester, is thu regu
lar St. Louis boat leaving early this even
ing. Tho Jim Fisk is tho dally 4 p.m.i
packet for Paducah.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Tho Ohio at this point raited about
3 inches yesterday. Tho rlso in tho Ohio
above hero continues, and tho chunnol is
somowhat improved. Tho Monongahela
is slowly falling with 2) feet in tho chan
nel. The decline in the Cumberland con
tinues with 2 feut on the uhoals. The
Just Arrived, another lot of
Wayne's patent self-ventilating Refrig
orators and Ice Chests. Wo aro selling
Icq Chests at tho following Cincinnati
prices, vl: $11 00, $13 00, $15 00, $17
20, etc. Refrigerators nt Irom $20 00 to
$45 00, nnd best of city referenco given
as to cinvenicnco of uio and economy of
Ico. Every family should havo one.
6-31-30J. Beerwart, Orth ii Co.
THE LITTLE KENTUCKIAN,
No. 63 Ohio levoe, is the place where
thoy keep the freshest fish and game, and
the finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty
flvo cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor,
Louia Blatau's saloon deserves the
popularity into which it has ijrowti. It
has been very handsomely fitted up, and
is so comfortable that it is a pleasuro
while away a spire hour there. The bar
is supplied with all kinds of fine liquors
nnd wines, and with tho best of Fresh
Lager Beer, and Weiss Beer that in delic.
iousness cannot bo excelled. A lunch
free to patrons, is spread every day, and
nn artlclo of Sweitzer Cbeco, the best in
tho markot, is alwavs on hand. Mr.
Iilautau invites tho public to give him a
call, on Eighth street, between Comtner
cial avenue and Ohio Levee opposite tbo
Perry Houso, in Ruer's.building.
HkSC. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in tne
Southwest, and that he 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.
II HAD QUARTERS.
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.
1.30 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
"W X 1EL IB CLOTH
for Window Screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS,
&c, tccn Ac.
CRADLES, Ac, &c.
Also manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Ware.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Comer of NloeOeistb atret mud C'ous
I. C O. PATIEIt.
0AIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. OBERI.T afc CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington uvenue,
All kinds of Ilindlngand Ruling done at the
very lowest crloes. Having engaged the nervi
cea of Mr. Huels, who lias had many yars
experience in one of best lllnderles ufHt. Louis,
in superintend tnla establishment, we can con
fidently promise our patrons work equal to ttut
t anv Ulndery In the west.
Fole Agents for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveable Point Steel Plow
Okay's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
kCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS.
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a sure cure for smoking chlmnlo 1,
LLEN, MULKKY k WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
J. Allen, 1
aarPsrlicular attention paid to river and ad.
OFFICE Orer First National Bank, Ohio Levee,
GREEN Si GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Oreen, 1
William 1 Gilbert, CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
snrspeoia. attention given '0 Admiralty and
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AMD 6 OYER
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
WOOD I WOOD I! WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Mu Cheap, II siot Cheaper
than any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave orde al
on the slates at the I'ostoloe an4 1 at Rose con
vard, on Commercial avenue, be""
twelfth streets, Cairo. Illloola. J.tV;.tJ? or
measure and will cord the -ood up deairea.
aURlO-K LENNIH HALBT.
HEAL. KMTATE AOEWCV.
O. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND f LOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
Buy and Skli. Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELK
And prepare Conveyances of Kinds;