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TRAVELER'S GUIDE,
TAKE NOTICE.
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CAIRO AND 3WUSP CITY
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
On the 1Mb il ofUl nionlli, David Smith, n
triiin AlrfHit Ave feci tlx Inchea in height, hlac
hair and l.ti rye', ono of which l l S'l"7',i!
fect.ve, clean shaven when Hl seee, nixvii so
vearsnM,kllnanpel n remale child inrce i'
I.lcLlrom near Mandrill. Bllrtl couoty. "Ken
tucky. Tftectiiifl is small ior in "'"V,"
catein appearance. Muck eye-, and hesl miniy
inrercd with llsht hair, and anwfr to thensmo
of porend Hmllh. The child 'V,;p0JiSi,f
lieisell s "lxiHy" It li supposed the Hmlth
Vi'oVVnM look the child i.to the -lato of Mis.
imifi T nr prnn who will recover Burl ta.te
her back tt lllsnlt'l e. nn.1 leave her In Iho
J.i,r-. of Mr. JoUa Mckots, lawve, lhi above re
.?IU ri pU. ZACHARIAII HAY.
lllandrille.Juno fl, 187S.
FOURTH OF JULY!
177G. 1872.
CACHE
trill mke three trips daily.
p.m. I
r.-,,th ay. 30 cent; 19 tl'kets for 12 60.
will d,whtn hailed, l an; sood intermediate
i& lor fMDneri or freight, nortllf.
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CAlltO AND PADUCAH
MAIL BOAT.
The. splendid steamer
JAS. FISK,
Din. Howard Capt.
Lues Olro DULY, (Sunday excepted), at
ijj. jFfor trtMor r"KJJ(";rdor
FHiRIClAJS".
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
OFflCE-Orer Jf. J. VfGstile-'s drug More,
eeirro-ner Commercial Tnue an,! r.igh
iMdh ,::rtl. 3'3"f
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
PESIDECE No. SI Thirteenih street, be
i trfl U'Aihmcton fnuf n J Wnlnut Mrctt.
usc U Oomnif rcil Vf nc)', up ftolr".
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
EjIDENCE-ornrNinlh and Walnut M.
lVJ.V-a'nr NXth street and Ohio leree
W6ee houm irom e a.m. to iz m., ami p.m
II. WAHDNEK, M. D.
UBiIDE.VCK-Corner Mnettenth Mreet and
Wihint03 arenue, near court houe. Of.
ece orrr the poitoffice. Office hours 10 to 12
.in. oi t to p.m. I n 1 ;t r.
Our Home Advertisers.
GRAND CELEBRATION
nv THE
ARAB, HIBERNIAN,
. nnl
ROUGH and READY
nncoN.
CD
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If
P. OSchuT
The unilerriirneil. Joint Ctrnmillee of Arranse.
mnL ol the nhnre numfnl Fire CumPNnle. Ijeir
leate lo Inform the people o Oilionml rieinlty,
inat tnr liare mane arrauKemeni" mr i;r.i,c
HRATI.VO THE tilHTHDAY IX
GRANDER STYLE
thai it hi eter been celchrated In Southern II
IIooIk. for the purpose of maklne the nfTilr a
eiiccei anl furnlnliing tneana nt enteitaininent
to all, they have spared neither time, labor nor
exene.
The celebration will begin on Hie morning of
"THE FOURTH," WITH A GRAND
FIREMAN'S PARADE,
With Apparatus through the principal
strcoU of the City.
The procc-flon nlll lie heaJcd by the
CAIRO SILVER CORNET HAND
and will be under the direction of
Mayor Lankrek, as Grand Marshal,
ol thedtr, Miti'd bv Ja. S. HwtnE, Altant
unlet engineer or trie Hre iiepartment.
Immediately aRer.the Parjle the Uoit will leave
FOR THE PIC-NIC GROUNDS,
In the Fhady Orop of Kentucky opposite Twen
tieth street. Kerv iroviion wlil bo made to
render tno Pic-nlc FIIUr-CLASJ in every re-pect
REFRESHMENTS
of every docrlpiion will tie on the ground", and
dllfcn!'edbVHflble and attMlvcitrrera, Full
iirraoKeisient will be made for
D A IT C I IT G ,
and for thla pnrpoo thi Committee hav engag
ed Kisciibcrg'acolebra'.eJ .iraii Rami.
Ths Declaration ok Independence
"rill ttv re.nl bv Hon. J. II. OLerlv; and annrnDrl
ate irpeorhci will be delivered by eminent pek
crt, will be Intcrludo I by aeloot munic by the bil
The day'K entertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
in the Evening at
Washington Hall and Garden,
under the direct management of the bet Terpsii-
uno ean iiieni in me rire uepariiueni.
Several FireComptnl frmn abroad have boen
invited, and will prubab y bo prenent.
In concbiKion. and nn behalf of tlict nbovn
nmed Fire Companic, the Committee renpect
ully invito ths people ol Cairo and mrroun.ilng
country tn pirticinite in the festivnieo, mid t)iu
bii in maKing ine auur n grain aiiceai nnil
worthy of tlirt mer glorloun Four'ti."
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1872.
THALIA,
SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 1872.
IIf.nkfi. Fuer.
GUSTAVE KLINGSOHR.
AT SCIIKEL'S GARDEN.
0-9-2odlw.
tho Ico
THE BULLETIN.
ICE! ICE 11 ICE! !
From Wednesday May tt,
wagon will canvnss tho city, to ccntlnuo
during tlio lummcr roontlu. None but
pure, northern lnko co will bo delivered.
Huse, Loomis, & Co.
run NAiiR
The Illlnoi- Central Rail Road Compiny now
oflcrfor aale the following de-cribed Ion In Fira
Addition to the City of Cairo, vlj l
Lot block 20. Lot' 24 block S2.
IS " 20. 27 2
., t .. 2; S ' 02,
. fl l 82, " 31 " S2,
3 2. " 32 ' 82.
orterm,ele. apply lo JAMES JOHN-JON,
fkljl Agen'.
ARLINGTON HOUSE,
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
nnd Commorcinl avenue, Cairo, 111., is
prepared to accommolato tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other first-class houso in
tho city. The rooms aro all well fur
nished, light nnd nlry, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
ngents. Tho houso is located in the cen
ter of Uio buslne.'s part of tho y within
one square of tho post ofllce. 4-9-tf
CENTRAL HOUSE,
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near tho post office, the proprie
tress would inform tho public that sbo
Is prepared to accommodate tho public
with firjt-cla'J board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on the most reason
able term. Amplo preparations have
been timdo to nccomtnodate an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronago so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Oaffnky.
51-Odf.
TICKET i ron tnr. 1'IC NIC,
Children accompanied by their parent, free,
60:
T. J.Kerth,
H I.Httner,
John 'iockitl.
Cumvithe:
A. Huaanka,
T. l.:l.ovctt,
M. J. Howler,
Jon. SI. Velrun.
II. T. M.rtm,
llnrrv Hcl.iih.
ZERO REFRIGERATORS.
Ret in the Unittil States. Wnter Coolnrn, Toilet
aett, I X I. Free-rc, t-ltr. and l-po ge Unths,
Cage, Urn-, Copper and Enamelled Ware. H ril-
an in nni piunitnea ware. Japanned Ware nr
eteryuetcnptlun, anil n n general nortment o'
i.ihiii(i-.ii k'UU".
Ainonx outer, I Keep thejiiiiiy ceieiiratcu
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fkOAKS
J. J. Anderson & Co., gas Otters, 61
Ohio Lovco, over Lonorgan Jc Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kind of steam anp
gas fitting cheaper than tho cheapest, and
guarantee perfoct satisfaction In evory In
stance. If they do not please they will
not chargo. Give them a trial. They
know their business perfectly. Remember
tho place, C 1 Ohio Levee. C-31
To Ice Cream Eaters. -Dan Games is
prepared to furnish tho very beat article
of ico cream in largf or small quantities
on reasonable tonus, at Louis Lasiino'sold
stand on Commercial avenue between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, attached to his Ico cream saloon will bo
found tho very choicest of wines, liquors
and cigara. Come ono and nil and patron
ize Dan. 5-31 lm
Paklleatloa Helta BatMla,
Waalilastea Areaae.
THEOAlll
Tho canvassers for tho Cairo City Di
rectory completed their work sovoral
months ago, but wc havo been dolaycd in
tho publication of tho work by many
causes. Wo havo put into our establish
ment stf.au, and very expensive new
rRE8Es n Cottrcll & llabcock four-
roller cylinder press, a half-medium Uni
versal, a Gordon and a Liberty, besides a
great variety of new type.
Tlioso changes in tho ofilce havo occu
pied all ourtimo and attention for months,
but we havo now leisure to devoto to tho
Directory which it in the hands of the
printer.
This will bo mado ono of the finest di
rectories over issued in tho West will
he printed is colors, and in every way
bo a specimen of typography that we
know wo shall havo reason to bo proud of.
The edition teill be large, and will leave
tho binder's hands In about tlx weeks.
Any advertiser who desires to mako
changes In his advcrtioments, may do so
through tho mail, or by sending instruc
tions to this office.
Wc hope the public may avail them
solves of this opportunity to patronlr.o
Cairo enterfrise that richly desorves
encourngemont.
Hull, of tho 'Now Era,' and llarton,
postmaster at Cnrbondale, called on us
yceterday.
Yah I yah I yah I golly, didn't wo
raf'fy dem folks lait night . Rah for
Grant.
Wanted. To rent a small house, or
two or threo rooms suitable for residence,
within easy distance of this ofilce. A
good paying tenant can bo had by ap
plying at The Bulletin office.
There will bo a danco and social party
at the residenco of Mrs. Pat. Smith, cor
ner or Thirty-fourth street and Ohio luvce,
this (Tuosday) evening. Tho public is
invited. An excellent band baa been pro
cured, and a good time may bo expected.
Fred. Dlankenrero has engaged a
now pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. He is a very flno performer und
Fred's is n fine instrument; consequently,
tho music of tbo Exeolsior, Hko its liquors
and cigars, Is not oxcellcd in tho west.
Go and listen to tho music and try gome of
Fred's cool Wci-s beer. 0-23 tf
Ice Cream has oecomo tbo institution
of tho seaion, and Phil Saup's the most
popular in tho city. His saloon has be
come, In fact, Ico cream headquarters, and
it is not the fashion to cat tho luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, it neat and tidy, and tho presence of
no questionable characters is permitted in
it. Mr. Saup Inn, also, always on hand
frcth cakes of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, ic., anil deserves a continuation nnd
an increaso of tho popular favor in which
his establishment is held. fi-Tdtf
It la uncles lo mention their mmerinr niK.litit.ii
a- they speak lur thumrelvca throughout the
country.
i maniiianiuro everything In T.n, !-heet Iron, and
CoDPVf WlirO Ollt Ol the lrv I., innt.nnl ami
unvfou uvniiMu.iii iii Maunf; mat I ne a urger
H', inula -ni.i-in n'-umill'Ill Ol UQU.IM men
uoneu. lnun can u lounii in iiimi. tv.
Country dealer will find It to their Intere' to
can ami examine utiorepurciinilnzi-lanwliere.
ji'iuinK, nijuuj xuiienug, ana all iiiiump wo'k
proim
aim examine inure purciinlng i-lanwliere,
b-jing, houio guttenug, and all imiuI.Ip iwj'V
rniitly attended to. i. W. HENDERSON,
2if l!K) Commercial avenue Curo, 111.
LOCAL NOTICES.
NOTICE,
Cairo, III., Mny 15, 1872.
o, the undundgned bnrbori, In tho
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho samplo room
has received tho nppointmcnt of agent for
the sale of tho Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur-
bitna Wlno Company's wines in this city
If tho bottlo with which wo havo been
fuvored is a samplo of tho quality of
theso wines, then wo aro prepared to say
that they aro among tho best wc have ever
tastod. He has just received a largo con
signment, which ho is propared to sell at
tho lowest figures. Ho has also on hand a
largo and complete stock of tho various
brands of Irlh, .Scotch nnd American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
nl2dtf
Try the Excelsior. Thoie who in-
dulgu thcmelve4 In luxuries such as St.
Louh Luger Iloer, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich Wines and ico cold Lemonades, all
sweetened with finest pluno music, should
call on Fred. Waiikenburg.s. Ho has the
coolest, quietest and llnnst saloon In the
west. Ho litis aUu n tine billiard tablo for
tho uso of his guests andjhls cigars cannot
be excelled. 5-10dlm
Match Billiard Game. Knights of
the cue and all others aro informed that
thcro will bo a match gamo botween Mr
George C. Booth, of Memphis, nnd Mr. T.
Parker, of Cairo, at tho St. Nicholas Sal.
oon, in this city, on Thursday oveuing,
Juno 1.1th, for a purse. Gamo to consist
ol 500 points, lloth gentlemen are repu
ted good play or, and, of courso this will
bo a very interesting game. 0-ll-3t
Mr. Seaso, tbo superintendent, lias dis
played untiring otiorgy In his work, and
for tho rapidity with which ho has pushed
tho custom hauso to complotlon, in the
fncoof dllllcultlos and drawbacks, ho do
servos tho thanks of overy citizen of
Cairo who has boon anxious to see. tho
custom houso ready for occupancy. Mr
Seaso has glvon entire satisfaction to nr
dieted Mullet fur tho mannor In which ho
has carried out that gentleman's wishes
and has proved himself moro than equal
to his position ono of trust nnd much
responsibility. In many Instances, Mr.
Seaso has had to rely on his own counsel,
and all through tho custom house may bo
seen evidences cf his own Individual tasto
and judgment.
Police Court. Sunday is usually the
day for big drunks in Cairo as well as all
other cities, but wo aro happy to noto tho
fact Hint this vice is decreasing in our
city. Only two cases wcro beforo Judgo
Dross yesterday charged with desecrating
tho Sabbath by drunkenness.
Albert Hass, nrrestcd by BUIIngsly. for
drunkenness, was lined ?1 nnd costs.
Being unable to pay ho was tent to jail
for 0 days.
Anderson Zabraln, drunk fined SI and
so forth. Jail C davs.
Wm. Dukes, charged with having no
visible means of suppport, nnd lounging
around saloons, bawdy houses &c, was
lined $10. As men of his stamp nover
have any genuine stamps, ho was gra
ciously granted bed and board in the
lockup for 10 days.
Emalino Smith, charged with being nn
inmate of a house of ill funic, thought she
couldn't provo her innocenco to tho satis
faction of Judgo It., nnd took a chango of
venua to B. Shanncsy. Tlio latter gen
tinman's magnanimity prompted him to
dismiss the case.
Anna Hurley, same charge ns
above, took a chango of venue, nnd wni
also dismissed. Emalinu and Annie
struck a lucky streak.
Nancy Mack, Inmate of fornication
house, fined f-1 nnd costs. Jail 15 days
Eliza Barnett, and Klla James and
Mnlllo Smith, ditto, each lined $5 and
trimming, and eacli havo tho pleasure of
refecting upon their fast conduct for a
period of 15 days,
RIVERNEWS.
PORT LIST.
ARRIVED.
Steamer City of Vicksburg, St. Louis
" rotomac, uincmnatl,
" Utnh, St. Louis.
" Painter, Coal Mines.
" William Cowan, St. Louis
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Charley McDonald, Louisville.
Idlcwild, Kvansvillo.
" Atlantic, New Orleans.
" Minncolu, Memphis.
" Bismark, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Henry Probasco, Cincinnati.
canal havo boon reduced from fifty conti
to five cents por ton for passing steamers.
Tho Friendship passed down with a tow
of ico for Momphts,
Tho Henry Probasco had a good load of
f. eight and a full complement of passong
ers. Hho had CO nassoniinrs who un to St.
Louis to attond tlio Srongorfest. Hho car
ries them at half fnro tho round trip.
Tho Jim Flsk brought down n good
number of passengers nnd several hogs
heads of tobacoo.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
Clljr IfMtloanl Butab nlldlasr.
MjSpeclal attention paid to orders Irom steam
oats night or dar.
Railroad Advertisements.
Tho Arlington Gardon, a delightful
placo of resort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents hnvo boon spread on tho green
sward, a high, close fenco surrounds tho
garden, and ladies nnd gentlemen may
enlov tho finest of icn cream ind tho cool-
cUof lemonade, frco from tho public gnzo.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
We havo rocelveil a card of invitation
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-. ot v,airo norouy mutually agree una to a grand barbecuo at Deal's Grove.
pieagu ourselves that on AND after SUN- Charleston. Mo., on tin. 'Jtih i,,.,,
'ay, .iune 3d, 187'.', we will KEEP ouu Tlio barbocuu is a loint celebration of tbn
i RMUICH .SltOl'.H CLOSED Its SlIVHAY Im,.,,. fvl.l L-..U, ..-.! t .
I Duutso T.. . ; , .:,:. .""" "r"T uuuu i,!,
. , , , ' ouimuy buiiuuis aim uuizuns oi t,'narieton
ui, nllv ulirl.ovli... I.. ..I. ! . I . . .
. H .mtiuuu oi wiuwvcr ami v c n tv. mm nrom scs to lm a i.r.i.wi
allulr. Uio bt. Louis and Iron .MomiLiln
railroad it is expected will furnish tickets
at reduced intes and a ipoclul train will
j run from Greenfields lat.ding, opposite
1 L1 1 -
Six
kind or description on that day.
V. Thfobold.
W. Allm,
A. Ktchlinch,
G Ituiiir.w:);.
II. Schick,
J. Geo. Stoinhousc,
Wm. Schick,
D. Lamport,
John Bedford,
Edward Braxton,
Wm. Curtis.
Workmen.
George Win-,
Hubert Munroo
U. AUm,
H. Utt,
Gun. Hul
V. Stklmr,
Robert Itcdrurd,
Cmrles Andfruu
Jell. Brown,
Uuvo Tvlor.
dim.
and onc-lialf
pounds Durant's A Coilee Su
gar for Ono 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-
rwiwrlnr TVn Onn Dnllnr unrf
ferenty-flvo Cn.a norpound , S,:"LZt"t.,
YOUng HySOn and Ooloilg Tea, good for any and all purposes.
One Dollar per pound, and ov- w. j. iiurnett,
trthlng proportionately cheap Thornton's Block, Cairo, his.
, WJLEY & BIXBY'S. Magnolia Ladlos' Slippers ut Elliott &
I Haythorn'k, just recejyed. tf.
FAMILY RECEIPTS.
To cook rice without burning, Use
Burnett's cooking vessel.
To iiuoil steak chop orcutlots preserv
ing all tho juice, weight and Improving
thu flavor. Broil in Burnstt s cooking
vesel.
To cook veuetahlks In less tlmo and
this city, on tho Cairo and Kulloii road
Arrangements aro being made to nccoin
imiduto ono thousand people Tlio bill o
faro Is to bo an extra ono. TieknU fur
adults will be fifty cunts and for children
twvnty-tlvo cunts. Music will ho furnUhed
by thu Charleston Cornot band and thu
atl'iilr U tu closo with a grand dancu In thu
evening,
M. Burns, proprietor of thuMeeliiinlr.ii'
boaidlng bouse, corner Commercial and
Hiiro, street, t-.Ur.., Illinois, announce
that ho Is now koaptng a llrst-cla. hotel
anil boarding Homo lor thu accotnmod
lion of regular boarders or tratisiont
guests. Ho has accommodations for
oighty to one hundred peoplo; his table I
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a hud In tho houso that has not either
a n t of springs or a feather bed. 5-lm
Excellent Weiss beer at tho Thalia.
5-Sldtf
A day or two ago wo had the pleasure
of being shown through tho custom house,
by tho obliging superintendent, Mr. Seaso.
Tho building is nearly finished, n little
painting of walls, oiling. of floors etc, be
ing all that is necessary to its completion.
Tho woodwork throughout tho building is
of black and whito walnut, tho facing of
tbo doors and windows being of black and
tho panel" of while walnut. Tho wood is
oiled and has been elaborately rubbed
down u.Mil a most beautiful finish is ob
tained, equal, In all parts of tho building.
Tho steps of tho inside stairways aro of
slato, and havo also received two coatings of
oil. Tho uprights of tho banisters nro of Iron
and the facings of black walnut. The steps
aro wide and flat, nnd tiro very easy of
ascent nnd descent.
Tho third story of tho building is de
voted to the uso of tho United States dis
trict court, and contains thu court room,
judge's rooms, jury rooms, etc. Tho court
room is par excellence, the room of tho
building. Tho arched coiling, tho col
umned walls, each column being surmoun
ted by an exquisitely stuccoed cup, thu
nely finished woodwork of walnut, tho
elaborato chandelier containing three
tiers of burners, all form a wholo which
wo will not attempt to describe Tho
walls aro of puro white, the plastering,
including tho stucco work, being tho
work of our follow-townsmcn, Mr. John
Mc'Cucn. Wo beliovo tho credit of the
design of tho ornamental plastering of this
room Is due to tho tnsto and judgment of
Mr. Sense. Tho room Is said to bo tho
neatest court room in the United States,
such being tbo deliberately expressed
opinion of Architect Mullet on his last
visit of inspection to tho custom house,
when ho survoyed with much satisfaction
tho cntiro building. Tlio floors of tho
court and other rooms on tho third floor
nro to bo covered witli carpets.
Tlio second story contains tho rooms In
tended for tho uso of various civil officers
ot tho United Statos tho supervisor of
Internal revenuo, tho survoyor of customs,
tho United States commlssioiior, etc., etc.
all having offices on this floor. Tho floors
of this story, not dosigned to bo carpeted,
aro of black and whitu oiled walnut, in al
ternate strips. Tho mantles, both on this
and thu third story nro of whito marblo,
thoo of tho court room being vory elab
orate. As thoy nro only intended for
ventilation, they will all bo furnished with
summer gratings.
l ho tlrst ;Uoor is fr.r tho post office, tho
Interior aid exterior of -Ahlch will not
lose by comparison with any postofflco In
tno country, wo, aro proud to believe. In
ovcry dotail, "tho workmanship is of tho
vory finest order.
Tho drawers below aro secured by tbo
spring locks adopted by tho post offico do
partmont, and tho.so above uro locked box
es, furnished with llttlo brass doors, also
fastened by spring locks. Abovo those
boxes is a row of swinging wlndows.admira
bly arranged for tho purposes of ventlla
tlon. Tho floors ur this part of tho
building aro of black and whito mar
blo blocks, ,IS nru ,1,0 tho
floors of all the halls ou each story.
In the basement, nro the heating fur
nace, gas motor, etc.
DEPARTED.
Steamer City of Vicksburg, VIoksburg,
" rotomac, Cincinnati.
" Utah, Little Rock.
" Painter, Coal Mines.
" "Win. Cowcn, St. Louis.
11 Grand Tower. Mcmobls
" Charley McDonald, Louisville.
Idlewild, JSvansville.
Atlantic, St. Louis.
MInnoola, Memphis.
Illinois, Columbus.
Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah.
Henry Probosco, St. Louis.
HsC. Ilanny wishes the
public to be informed that ho
ins on hand a Stock of Gooda
S 1
as extensive ns any m 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. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
tv and cost.
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Our Home Advertisers.
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W. II. MOUKlN
Notary l'ubllc.
11.
No. Puli. and I'. B. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
RIG MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any tiroo, both
day and night, with cithor lump or chet
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered nn favorable
torms upon application.
H. V. Olyfhant,
D. A. Bokee, Ger.'l. Supt.
Salc3 Agent. 3-15-ly.
110 ATS TO LEVE TO-DAY.
Tho regular departure to-day for Mom
phis and nil way landings is the populnr
packet City of Chestor, leaving at 5 p.m
Tho low pressure Quickstep, leaves nt 8
p.m. for Evnnsvlllo and way landings.
Tho beautiful Belle Memphis, is tho
boat leaving for St. Louis nnd intermedl
ato points this ovening.
Tlio Jim t isk, ,ir., h tno 'ilullv 1 p.m
boat for Paducali.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Hero the river is steadily rising at tho
rato of 8 inches per day. Tho rise in the
Monongnhcln continues, and thcro is five
feet in the channel. At Cincinnati tho
Ohio is falling, and at Louisville it is stu
tionary with 7A feet in tho canal. At
Evansvilln tho Ohio continues rising
slowly. Tho Misisslppi at St. Louis I
rising. Tho Missouri is nlso on tho swell
Tho Illinois rivor is rising very rapidly at
its hcadwarters and u big rise is looked
fur. Plenty of water below hore.
HUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business continues brisk, and freights
nro plenty, with fair rates. Boats havo
no trouble filling out tiiuir trips.
Tho weather Sunday was cloudy and
quite chilly, but yotorday tho sun shone
bright and warm.
MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS.
Tho transit stoumer Illinois is receiv
ing a now coat of paint.
Tho ferry dock lying at tho foot of
Sixth street sprung a leak and sunk on
Saturday night. It can bo raised with llt
tlo trouble.
Tho Potomac putsod down well sup
plied vith freight and people, and added
freight hero.
Tho painter brought a tow of Shotwoll
coal, and returned lo tho mines yesterday.
Tho Grand Towor caino up curly flying
light.
Tho Evansvlllo packet as usual brought
down a light trip.
Tho Atlantic bad thrco bargos In tow
for St. Louis partly loaded.
Tho Minncolu passed up wlOi a good
trip.
Tho Cowcn had a tow of oro and empty
bavges.
The Bismarck arrived, wanting about
COO tons which sbo received without trouble
ami will leavo with a good trip on board.
Tho body of a drowned negro was found
noar thu lowor coal yard, Saturday ovon
Ing, It is supposed tn bo tbo one that fell
otf her whilu sbo was coaling a few days
since.
The tolls on the Louisville and Portland
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PUTNAM, HARTFORD,
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HEAD QUARTERS.
BEERWART,ORTH & CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Dealers In
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
WARE,
GRATES. MANTELS,
PUMPS, PLOWS,
BEPBIGBEATOES
ICE CHESTS
W A T E R COOLERS.
GOOCH'S FREEZERS, y
BIRD CAGES,
WIRE CLOTH
fcr Window Screen.,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
4c, &c, Jcc.
FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
HOES, RAKES,
SHOVELS, FORKS,
SCYTHES, SNATHS,
CRADLES, Arc, Jcc.
AIo manufacturer of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron A Coffer Ware.
Sole Agents for tho celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
UiccV Moveaiile Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
M.'ANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILIJ."
AND
RICHARDS PATENT CHIMNEY
TOP,
Warranted a sure cure or smoking culmnlai.
Aiet
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CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Acts .nv ," "
TRAVELERS', HARTFOItO, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
AseH...lf Sl.&'OO'O W
RAILWAY PASSENGERS A-HUIIANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Aet ivyioft 00
INDEPENDENT, 1I08TON,
Asset 01O,W2 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio LVCF,
City National Rank, CAIRO, ILL.
TEUTON I A L I F E INSURANCE
OF CHICa'gO, ILLINOIS.
A.SSETS. $600,000.
JOHN A. HUCK, -C.
KNOBELSDORFF,
President
(Secretary
DIRECTORS.
Ciiah. Rkitz, Henry Weiier,
A. C. Kesino, A. Misch,
Chas. Wentiie, Ciiab. Veiuiiia,
Fkancis Lai-knek, Oiias. Daeolino,
C. HiasRii, Wm. Reinhardt,
John Feldkamf.
Iho best ori!nixed and securest company In
the nnrlhweiU. The only company which K1""
.mieca n casn surrinuervaiue.
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WOOD I WOOD!! WOOD 1 1
Tho undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am Chrisp, aot Cneapcr
thso any wood dealer In Cairo, Leave ordeal
on the slates ut tho Pontorttoe an4 at Rosa' coil
sard, ou Commercial avenue, between Tenlli smu
twvlfth streets. Cn'ro, Illinois. I give goor
measure and will cord the wood up If oair.
auglO-ll DENNIH HALBr.
IMMIUKANT T1CUCTN
IMMIORANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, ) KorHaj. ( FOR SAL&jr-
( Frrfale I ;
POR SALE.J Foie(FOR HALE.
Faro from LivxnrooL,
Faro from Londcnderp.y
Faro from Glasoow,
Faro from Queenhtown
'10 CAIRO, :::::::: $48-20
iatlord. Morris A Ca
. gents.
I.NMAN LINE
Liverpool NewYoik and Philadelphia
Steamship Company,
I'snca rooiacT with imtio statss and taitl'H
oovra-inrMTS
For Carrying tne Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oi ruariira lifosmatioi
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
I, llrnadwajr, New-York, or to
H. Ilonpt,
Wahlnton Avenue, Cairn. noi. ji
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
100 HUM llse Miortt-wl Hoate
TO 0KCI0.C3-0,
IJKlity Milt- tho Hhorts-Nt Koato
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO?
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAlltO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
tr..it, Cleveland, WW F"'1'
lliillalo, I'ltoiMitg, WH-hlnt: on,
llnltlmnie, I'hlladelplil.i, New ork.
Ilotou nnil nil points eat.
Mllwiuikle, Janeville, Madison.
LaCroe, Ht. Paul and all points north.
i Ins is alio the only direct route to
Decatur, lllnonilngton, Hpnngidd,
Pioria. Oillney, Ku'ikuk,
llurlinglnn, Roi'U Islmd, La Salle.
Mendota. Dixon, Kret-port.
Claims, I'ubuoue, .,M"n ""X,
Omaha aud all points nnrtliwest.
Eloirant Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
On all Night Truins.
Ilnrgsge Checked to all Important points.
For tickets ami iuformntl"U, apply to I, C. R.R.
depot t mm; on board tne truri'it steainer be
tweeii Columbus and Cairo, and at tno priuciiiil
rallroa ticket nrlU'en throughout tho nmtli,
W. l'.JOIINl)N.Oen'l ass. Ag't, Chicato.
A. Mitciii i i. tien'l riup't. Chicogo.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AN I) ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd after Monday, April' 34th, 1972,
trains will run as follows :
NORTHERN DIVISION.
TBilkS U0IS0 SOl'TIISSST.
Mail. Express.
Leave Vlrslnln t..:0 , n I2: p.m.
' Hprlngtleld -0 " 3:00 '
,' T ..ylorville Hi M ' S M
Arrive at t-ana tl.M " o.lT
Tsatsn ooinu NoiimtT.
Express. Mail.
Leave Puna t.ii n. m 3.35 a, m.
'lalorv.ll i i " '
Arrive at 8pri"glled....15 " B.OO
Leave Spr.nifleld fi.ai " 0 10
Ari'.vuat Vl'guiia H.a " 8.13
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
1SAINI OOlSq I0VTHIAST,
Leave Edgwood 5.30 a. m. .10,10 p, ni.
" Flora.... 8i 11.40 "i '
Arrive St Bhwol'n 2.33 11

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