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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1872.
ITi.Bt"0 TH ILLINOIS) CENTRAL. .
C. sad aur.u.d.T, ? . V h follow
JhiMi wtll govern the arrival and dPl
of r-.H.rar train, at Cairo t
Eipreat - -p.m.
Cairo end 81. Loula Short Llae.
imn 3:ts P'""
Depart.- 12:30 a.m.
oehaaEeoferr from Cairo to 81. Loula. No
chance p'-ere Irom Cairo to Cbleaco. Klefanl
irarlaf Bo sleeping cars on Bight trains.
Parnate checked to all important Ml'".
CAIRO AND MOVSD CITY
if Ih person whoatole my trunk, rlnthinx end
papers from theeommlaalon (tore of W. UAIden,
uhhin Levee, laat Hatnrdavevenintr. wilt return
m i.ner. ttanera. and aueh other orooertr aa la
of, UK value lo any one to I myself, he will be
liberallt rewarded and no questions jaked.
Will talk thre trips daily.
At T. .. "
At 430 p.m.
tttrina MOt H CITT
At 1:30. ........ p m
ai o..... .,p.m
rar "Bt vruw, .v iii.rti iui 9 w.
Will laod, whan hailed, at any good Intermediate
aadingtorpeaaengertor ireigni. noriiu.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Den. Howard Capt.
Uui Cairo DAILY, (Sunday eicepted), at 4
a.Q. Far rreightor paaaeg apply on board or
anStf JAS BIGOAg'l.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
FFICE Over M. J. McGauley'a dreg store,
Dear comer uonmerciai avenue ana tun-
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
IJES1DENCE No. 21 Tnirteenih tret, be
XV tweea Waihington avenue and Walnut atreet.
Office 11. Commercial avenue, up atalra.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
DESIDESCE-eornerNinth and Watnnt Mi.
fVOflire corner suth atreet and Ohio leiee.
Office hoara from 6 a.m. to 12 ro., and 9 p.rn
on ihet.Mlnlat oflt month. David Smith, a
roan about lire feel tlx Incbea in height, black
hair and Line eyea, one of which la al'ghtly de
ref.ru nM. kidnapped a female child thre tun
old. from near Blandville. Ballard county. Ken.
leckr. The child it tmall lor It age and dell
cateln appearance. Mack eye, and heal thinly
entered with light hair, and enawm to thname
of Porenda Smith. The child always epoke of
heraell aa Dody." It It aurpcaed the Fmlth
apoken ot took the child lato the Mate of Mia
aouri. To any peraon who will recover and ta'e
her back to lllandv'lle, and leaTe her la the
charm of Mr. John Mckola, lawyer, the afore re
werdwlll be paid. ZClIAR!Ali RAY.
Blandrille, June 6, 1S71.
SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 182.
AT KCIIKEL'h OARPKX.
FOURTH OF JULY!
ICE! ICE II ICE! I!
From WedneaxUy My 111, the Ico
vlll ranvaai tha cltv. to continue
during the aummer months. None but
pure northern Iak ce will be delivered.
Ucse, Loomis, & Co.
If. WARDNKK, M. D.
if EVIDENCE Corner .Visettenth atreet and
IV Washington aresue, near court hooe. Of.
See o'er the poiteSce. Office houra 10 to 12
a.m. asdt to 4 p.m. anltf.
pur Home Advertisers.
P. G. Sehuli
ROUGH and READY
The uodemcneil, Joint Cimmittee of Arrange.
nnu ol the aLore nimul Pi mi rmn.ni..
leaieto lnlorrn the people o. Cairo ana Ticinitr,
'nt they bate made arraugementa for CELE
BRATING THE NATluM BIKTHDAT IN
thaa it ha erer been celebrate.1 in Southern II
llnola. Kor the purpote of making the affair a
aucceaaand farniahing mean or entertainment
to all, they lure apared neither time, l.bnr nor
The celebration will tjeglp on the morning of
"THE FOURTH," WITH A GRAND
With Apparatus through the principal
streets of the City.
The pro-lon will f headed by the
CAIRO SILVER CORNET BAND
and will b under the direction of
Mayor Lanbiien, a Grand Marshal,
ot the.lay,j.i.l,ted br Jil. 8. Swatar, Aa.laUnt
Chief Engineer of the Kire Department.
Immediately after the Parade the Boat will leare
FOR THE PIC-NIC GROUNDS,
in the Fbady (irote of Kentucky opposite Twen
tieth atreet. Ererr nron-ion will be made to
render the Pic-nle FIRJT-CI.AS3 in eery repect
of etery description will be on tho ground, and
dlapenoedbyadableand altentlre caterera. Knll
amngetnenta will be made foi
aod for thin purpo.e the Committee hara engag
ed Eitenlwrg'a celebrated 8rano IUkb.
The Dkclaratio.v ov Independence
willh readbr Hon. J. H.Oberly.and appropri
ate apeeohea will Udelirere-1 by eminent epeak
era, will be Interluded by aelect muaie by the Sil
er Cornet Band.
The day'-entertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
Wahhinoton Hall and Garden,
under the direct rnanagmentof the bt Terpai
choteau talent in tne Fire Department.
Scleral Fire Corn pnli from auroad hate been
milled, and will prubab y be preient.
In cnnclualon. and nn ll,lf nr ih. .1.-.
named Fire Companie", the Committee reaped
ully Intltetha people ot Cairo and mirroundine
country lo ptrticlDtie in the fetlritle, and thua
f.ir. in fuaitiojc ine aiiair agraia au-ccaa and
worthy of theeter glorlom Fourih."
TICKETi roa mr PICNIC, - - . . vvt.
Children accompanied by their pvenlt, free.
T. J. Kerth,
M. J. IJowlei .
Joa. M. Veirun.
II. T. Martin,
Beat in the I.nltt-1 fetalea. Water Cooler, Toilet
aetta, I X I. Freetera, fclli and fcpoig Butba,
Cagea, Bra., Cooper and Knarntlled Ware. Brit'
anla and planii. Ware, JapannM Ware of
in j ur.uiMiuD, ui a agential a.aort'nent ol
Among othera j y,p tliejuatly celebrated
It la uaeleaa to mention their auperlor iiuallllta
aa they ajak tor themaelvea throughout the
I manufacture etery thing In T.n, Sheet Irnn, and
Copr Ware out o the very beat material, and
hat. no hea tatiun in t.ii.fin ti.ttt f . i
and more complete a..ortment ot kooJ" men.
turned, than can be found In the city.
Country dealera will find It lo n.-iri.,!..... i..
cal' i v1 exVn,,", Mo" P'irchaainireNewhere.
"j-iiuk, iiuuie guueriujr, ami all ouiaiil woik
romptly attended to. ( W. HENHEIWON.
"til iw iMinuit rclal atenue, Cairo, III,
'Oix and one-half
pounds Durant's A Coffee Su
gar for One Dollar; Ei
pounds New Orleans Sugar for
-One Dollar : Four lbs. Primo
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a Half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
seventy -live Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev-
II Copying Inksay'
Cairo, itu, M ,r .
cltv of ! i t,,B"Wl bKrbcf'' J" lb
c Jtj of Cairo lieruby mutmlly HIMi
pledge otnaclve. tlnt o.v au akter Hvs
iAY, June 2i,, 1672, wE wa.. kekpo
liARHER hllOIH CUMEU ON .SUNDAY
WHim THE ENTIRE DAY, ,nd will ot
do ur,y larbcririK bu.ineti of vvl.uWvur
Mnd or dewripUon on that day.
J. , l iwjboia, tli,i.r.. WlV.
J. Geo. .Stelnhousi.
Win. Schick, 1
Excellent Wciaa beer at tho ThtaJtn
The Ullnoia Central Rail Road Compmy now
oSerfor aal the following deacribed lota la Pin
Additioa to the uty oi tairo, tu t
Lot H Noek K.
" li " so,
i " K,
3 " M,
orterma.tte. apply lo
Lot 14 block R,
" 17 " R.
" S3 " II,
" 31 K,
" Si H.
T. E Ellis, proprietor, corner th street
and Commercial arenue, Cairo, Ilk., ii
prepared to accommodate the public with
board br the day, week or month, at lower
rate than any other fint-claas home in
the city. The rooms are all well fur
nished, light and airy, good -ample room
for the accommodation of Commercial
agent. The house is located In the cen
ter of the builneM part of the y within
one square of the post office, 4-9-tf
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near tho post office, tho proprie
tress would inform the public that fcho
is prepared to accommodate the public
with first-claas board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on the most reason
able terms. Ample preparations have
been made to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Uaffney:
J. J. Anderson & Co., gas niters, 61
Ohio Leven, over Lonergan ii Cunning
haras, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gas fitting cheaper than the cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in every in
stance. If they do not please they will
not charge. Give them a trial. Tbey
know their business perfectly. Remember
the place.'.O I Ohio Levee. 6-31
To Ice Cream Eaters. Dan Carnes is
prepatcd to furnish tbo very best article
of ice cream in large or amall quantities
on reasonable terms, at Louis l.asano'f old
stand on Commercial avenue between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, attached to his ice cream saloon will be
found the very choicest of wines, liquors
and cigars. Come one and all and patron
ize Dan. u-31 lni
x red. jsi.ankenhero bas engaged a
new pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from the old coun
try. He is a very fine performer and
Fred's is a fine instrument; consequently,
tho music of the Excelsior, like its liquors
and cigars, is not excelled in the west.
Go and listen to the music and try some of
Fred's cool Weiss beer. .0-23 tf
Ice Cream has become the institution
of the season, and Phil Saup's the most
popular in the city. His saloon bas be
come, in fact, ice cream headquarters, and
it is not the fashion to eat th&luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, is neat and tidy, and tho presence of
no questionable characters is permitted in
it. Mr. Saup has, also, always on ha&d
fresh cakes of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, &c, and deserves a continuation and
an increase of the popular favor in which
bis establishment is held. fj-Tdtf
Pat Fitzgerald, of the sample room
has received the appointment of agent for
the sale of the Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur
inaria Wine Company's wines in this city
If the bottle with which we have been
favored is a sample of the quality of
these wines, then we are prepared to say
that tbey are among tho best we have ever
tasted. He has just received a large con
signment, which he Is prepared to sell at
the lowest figures. He bas also on hand a
large and com pit to stock of the various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
M. Hurnk, proprietor of the Mechanics'
boarding house, corner Commercial and
Third stroet, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that he is now keeping a first-class hotel
and boarding house for the accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
gueaU. He has accommodations for
eighty to one hundred people; his tablo Is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not it bed in the bouse that has not either
a set of springs or a feather bed. 5-1 m
Tho Arlington (Surilcn. a .1 i.l 1 r. t, . r. . I
place of resort, Is now ready for visitors.
icnls hiivo been spread on the green
xward, a high, closu fence surrounds the
gurden, and ladies and gentlemen may
onjoy tho finest of Ice cream and the cool
ktof lemonade, free from the public gaze.
T. Ii. Ellih, Prop'r.
C. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell 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
ty and cost.
atlwss , BaaU.Usa atUaUrac,
The canvassers for tho Cairo City Di
rectory completed their work several
months ago, but we havo been delayed in
the publication of tho work by many
causes. We havo nut into our establish-
stent steam, and very expensive new
rRcssEs a Cottrell & Babcock four
roller cylinder press, a half-medium Uni
versal, a Gordon and a Liberty, besides a
great variety of ntw type.
These changes in the office have occu
pied all our time and attention for months,
but we have now leisure to devote to tho
Directory which is in the hands of the
This will be made one of the finest di
rectories ever Issued in the West will
bk printed ix colors, and in every way
be a specimen of typography that wc
know we shall have reason to be proud of.
The edition scif be large, and will leave
the binder'i hands in about six weeks.
Any advertiser who desires to make
changes in his advertisements, may do so
through the mall, or by sending instruc
Hons to this office
We hope the public may avail them
selves of this opportunity to patronize
Cairo enterprise that rlchlv deserves
The weather yesterday was periect.
uuoose your oox in the now post
"D. W. Munn, of Cairo, is in tho rlty
nxlng matters" says the .Springfield
' Register ' of Saturday last.
Or all tho things tenacious, the small
pox In Cairo takes the lead. It hold on
to us with a death-like grasp.
Green apples havo made their appear
ante in lasraei. i nose wisning to see inem
would do well to take a microscope
We have received the second isue of
the Grayvillo 'Republican,' a weekly-
newspaper, published in White county.
ine 'Republican' is radical in politics.
and strongly in favor of tho re-election of
Porter, Bell & Co. locomotive build
ers, PitUburg, Pennsylvania, are building
four locomotives for the Cairo and St.
louis railroad. Each locomotive will
weigh over fifteen tons, with a capacity
of tender of one hundred gallonsof water,
and one and a half tons of coal and will
have a four-wheel truck behind and two
rigid wheels in front.
We regret that thoro is a necessity for
apologizing for the meagernes of local
news in the Bulletin for the last few
days. In cousequence of the short time
we have bad in which to set up the delin
quent taz list, we havo been compelled to
put nearly nil the experienced force of
tho newspaper to work.
The most ultra Grant men admit that
the ratification last night was a failure.
Some of the more sensible were disgusted
at the mannorin which the thing was con
ducted. Instead of making "enthusias
tic" ratification speeches, their " orators"
led oft" in a gonuino radical campaign
discussion, which consisted mainly of
"rebel," "ku-klux," " Jeff. Davie," "bail,
"Greeley," "Brown," etc.
Pintles on the face, eruptions,
blotches, scrofulous diseases, and all sores
rising from impuro blood, aro cured by
Or. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
All tho nows in reference to our rail
road prospects aro of tho most cheering
character. Tho Cairo and Vinconncs
road, says the latest Chicago 'Railway
Review,' will bo completed In tho coming
autumn and tho Cairo and St. Louis In
tho winter. The samo paper also snys:
"A survey for tho Kentucky nnd Ten
nessee road, oxtcndti'.g from Columbus to
Cairo, was mado under the joint direction
of the III. Ccn. R. and this Co. Two
lines were run, tho first leaving the main
line 4 j miles south of Columbus, and the
other passing through the town. Othor
instrumental examinations aro now being
made, preparatory to making the final
location. The early construction of this
road is rendered Important by the speedy
construction of the Cairo and Vlnccnnes
railroad and the short lino from Cairo to
St. Louis. These roads will concentrate a
Urge traffic at Cairo, which will force a
southern connection by rail, and tho M.
& O. R. should bo the first to mako it."
List or Patent.-. Issued from tho
United Stales Patent Office to Illinois
Inventors for tho week ending June 4
18il, and each bearing that date. Fur
nished this paper by Cox ii Cox, Solici
tors of Patents, Washington, D. C.
Process of Treating Peat, Benj. R
Wringing Mop, Reuben Hart, Wyom
ing, and Calvin Hart, Farmlngtcn.
Provision Press, Frederick Potter,
Lubricating Compound, Christian Reck,
near r lornviue.
Wind Wheel, Honrv J. Campbell, Vir
ginia. Hog Trap, Martin Caywood, Farming,
Butter Worker, George Ruston, Free,
Car Starter. Wm. M. Waton. Tonioa
Washing Machine, Granville 11. Ash-
worm ana Abraham i . Van Voorhis,
Railway Rail Chair, Moody G. Free
AVeatber Strip, Jacob Haessel, Peoria
Corn SUlk Cutter, Hamilton Martin
Corn Planter, Wm. G. Shelby and Jno
Plow, Oiiltim Shelton, Normal.
Leggings, Augustus P. Smith, Rock
Wheel Plow, Wm, G. Croselv, Apple
Heating Stove, Chauncev If. Castle,
Some low, pitiful, contemptible thief
broke Into Mr. Alden's commission house
a few nights ago and stole a trunk con
taining clothing, papers and othor valua
bles from Mr. Monroe. Also some cloth
ing belonging to Mr. Bowman. The
matter bas been kept quiet thus far in or
der to assist the police In obtaining aomo
clue to the thieves. None, however has
been obtained. As a last resort. Mr,
Monroe offers a reward for the return of
bis papers. We hope he may receive
Police Court. Ella Johnson, arrested
by Blllingsly, was before Squire Shan-
nessy yesterday for using offensive lan
guage, and fined $5 and costs.
Chas. Trcadman, arrested by Maitln,
for drunkenness, was fined $1 and costs.
Jail one dav.
Mrs. Crane, by Martin, for drunkenness,
f I, Jail one day.
P. Oadbols, fighting, by Cain, fined ?o
Harry Barton, ditto, by Cain, $6.
Humans share with horses tho benefits
ddrlvabto from tho world-renowned Mexi
can Mustang Liniment. Tho most irref
ragable testimony establishes tho fact that
this wondrous balm exerts the samo sooth
ing and healing influence when applied
to tho human cuticle, that it does in cases
of spavin, founders, ringbone, poll evil,
scratches, wind gall and other aliments of
the horse which require outward treat
ment It Is, in fact, the moat effectual of
all oxternal remedies for rheumatism,
gout, stiffness of the neck, neuralgia, sore
throat, swellings, cuts nnd bruises of all
kinds. C-ll eod&wlw
We learn fro.n conductor Cormick
that a freight train ran off tho track
between Cobtlen and Makandn,
on the Illinois Central railroad, on
Monday evening, about ten o'clock. The
train was composed of 30 cars, 10 of which
ran off. The train was unloaded and run
ning at tbo rate of 30 mllos an hour, when
one car 'was observed lo be off tbo rails.
The train had proceeded nearly a quarter
or a mile before it could bo stopped. Fi
nally 10 cars toppled over, which success
fully checked its speed, Fortunately no
one was seriously hurt, and but one man
received a scratch. Geo. Topping, brakes
man, bad lila nose pretty badly bruised.
Mtii'Lty Efeoing, J line 10, UTi
Buainess opened moderately active to
day. Sales ol Corn, Oata and Hay wero
fair. Oata are less active than last quoted
and prices arc unsettled, with a downward
tendency. Corn is about the same, and
Hay also is unchanged
Country Produce is in light demand
Eggs are plenty and dull and prices low
The warm weather is very unfavorable
for this market. Buttor, even choice, is
little Inquired for. The market for Chick
ens is tolerably good aud prices well sus
tained. There Is nothing doing in Provi
The weather is clear and pleasant.
FLOUR, Is dull with very light de.
mand. Sales reported were
376 bbls 5 5011 00
CORN. Is materially unchanged.
W hite is In good demand and Mixed rules
easier than last reported. Report of sales
S.cars Mixed, on truck l'Jc,S0c
3 " " m sacks, dol GScfeWc
c " GPcfoJ'Jc
7 " AVhito, in sacks, del CicfJCJc
1 " " 65c
OATf Are quiet and lower, transac
Hons having been very light. Sales were
3 cars, delivered A5c
"Southern Illinois 33c
" in bulk 39C
RAY Is in moderate demand, ouotn-
lions ranging ts previously quoted. Sales
reported are as follows
2 cars.Pri.lrlt', delivered,.
4 " Mixed
ii " Timothy "
3 " '
BUTTER. Dull uml
200 lbs ,
EGGS.-Slow and in
Prices weak nnd lower,
. '22 OOQJtU 00
. 2.'! 0024 00
. 24 0025 00
CHICKENS. Aro in fair demand at
quotations. Sales were
30 dozen, Young j.2 OOrjjo 5rj
cr' " JU 3 OMji 00
8 C0"P ' 4 00
MEAL. Tim market is (Inn and de
mand good. Prices are uniform with
previous quotations. Sales were
600 bbls Steam Dried $;j io
300 " " " .l,.) ;i io3 1G
300 " City .Steam Dried
"Evening Star" 3 103 ,
176 hhls, from store Ii 703 25
200 ' Beecher's Caloric, from store, on
The only suIch reported wore
000 Country Hams
saftvra stsssl Brrsjsssss,
8UQAR New Orleans prime to choice
Cruahed and Powdered ..
New Orleans .
Uuunie-....1S, lo li$c Burlaps
!ne-- I Twite H
Twine Hat coo
Hungarian . "' "
Timothy, per tuahel
WIssm susst fjojatsrat
BRANDY Henneaay per gal beat....,
Twite Hmp...M to
11 to 12a
II to 15c
14 to l&n
80 lo S.'.
"0 to tr.
.2 T'.to.l no
. 2 7flto3 00
C?irat nP asks.
2 Mto 3 Ot
I 25 loS 90
SI to 1 M
HaHM Of Freight.
To New To
Compreaaed l S5...... ,.......tl ot
Uncomprcaaad I 14 ,. j ot
To Nw Toils per bbl
To Ho. ton per bbl..
Aom tairo to-i ?
From Cairn lo
Flour, per bb, 24 4l
Hay, per ton . 2 m ii
Corn, tr cwt1 11 -ni
usaa, perewtx. 15 2i,
l'outo.a, per l.l 24 41
Apples, per bbli 2SI 4'
Pork, per bbl : U
Whlaky, tverbbll Mi Ii
.Coal Oil per t .
i onacco per ril
Cotton Der 1.1
i.unnerperji is vi.
i.umwr ii Cae.s uu
ueatv lrl-cwl li
2 "!:-" I iS2lK ?!'.
'fireu ban ri lO.IIKa
l!upf.,l II It t. ...'A t
Kanawha per l.bl 2 ; pairy ,,er m ,
linuena! .1 lOto 1 401 Gunpowder 1 (a) to 1 40
OofongbiacklOUtolaolroung Hva'ii 1 Id to I 4U
M..rXc lo :ti Lagnayra. 24 to 27o
itlo, prime lo choice jj jti
I.ARD In tierces per Ih 8 toi I
' In kettle
II AMU Hugar curad " cativaaaecl .!2Ktol9K
Country ;; L. ,uton
Hnouldera bacon "
Cliar aides Bacou ... 7toSc
Osslossa aasa ratal.
Onions, per bbl 3 Potatoes, i ho per bbl 3 20
New York factory new .. 14 to lo
Steamer Julia, Vickshurg.
" Jim Fisk, Jr, Pn.lucali,
" Illinois, Columbua.
" Great Republic, N. Orlcnn.
" Dictator, Memphis.
" Glasgow, Cincinnati.
" R.C.Grav, Little Rock.
" Mary E. Poo, Red rlvrr.
" City of Chester, St. I-otils.
Steatnor Julia, St. I.oui.
" Great Republic, St. 1otiis.
" Dictator, St. Louis.
" Hismarck, N. Orlean.
" (ilasgow, White river.
" R.C.Grav, Cincinnati.
" Illinois, Columbua.
" Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah.
" Mary E. Poe, St. Louis.
" City of Chester, Memphis,
nio uvdiy ivial.
SteatuboaLs supplied at any lime, Ixith
day and night, with cither lump or cheat
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
termx, at tholyard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Ol.YI'IIANT,
D. A. IIokee, Gcr.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
BOATS TO LEAVE.
The fine and new steamer Andy Uaum
will be found at the wharf to-day bound
for Memphis, leaving at 10 u.m. The
Paulino Carroll is tbo departurofor New
Orleans and all intermediate points, I ear
ing thisovening at 5 o'clock. The regu
lar Belle St. Louis is tho packet leaving
for Memphis and icksburg this evening
at 6 o'clock without fail. Tho good Ar
lington lcavos at 3 p.m., for all points on
tbo Ohio river. The Arkansas Hello
is the regular Evansville packet lor this
evening, departing at 0 p.m. The Jim
Fisk is tho daily 4 p.m., boat for l'aducuh
The beautiful City f Helena leaves at
7 p.m., for St. Louis.
CONDITION or THE RIVERS.
Tho rise in the Ohio at this point In
creases every dav. It rote over 10 inches
duiingtho past 21 hour. At Pittsburg
the Monnngahela is rising slowly. The
condition of the Ohio abovo here remains
tho samo. At St. Louis tho Mississippi
raised three inches yesterday. Cumber
land continues fearfully low, and is only
navigated by lighter boats. Tbo fall in
tho Arkansas river continues. The Ten
nessee is again falling after having raised
n fow foot. The rivers above St. Louis
aro still ri'ing.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Yesterday was undoubtedly a dull day
in rivor circles and everything on the
levee was quiet. Considerable freight on
band. Weather romains clear nnd hot.
Tho 'Great Republic bound up with a
good load of freight, nnd her large and el
egant cabin was flllod with passengors.
I he Julia canio up light from below.
She took the cedar pole that laid on tho
leveo so lone. Tho Dictnlor had a tow of
empty ice barges for St. Lauls.
Tho Hismarck cleared yesterdny fore
noon, loauc-il Hat, nnd had to refuse
The Glasgow had h good trip for Whlto
Tho It. O. Gray ramo in from Little
Rock, poorly fixed in the way of freight,
but had a fair list of passengers. Cupt.
Young, dork of tho Great Republic, left
his boat and went to St. Louis by rail yes
Tho Mary E. Poo, from Red rivor, was
light, with it fuir number of passongors.
The Fisk brought in a light trip.
River Items were scarce yesterday.
I'lly National Bask Bitlldlusi.
aHpeclal attention paid to orders Irom aleam
oat nkht or day.
Our Ho. too Advertisers.
No.l'uli. and tt.B.Cooi
Common House, per dos
Choice to Extra "
M. B. M
..... 2 AO
3 00 to 3 78
...& 00 to 8 M
K4MNIWSISS susal Tstllstw I
....... :m) I Tallow..... ,
To cook rick without burning. Use
Burnett's cooking vessel.
To broil htkak chop orcutlets preserv
ing all tho julco, weight and improving
the flavor. Droll in Burnst. s cooking
TO OOK VEOETABLKH ill lcSS tilno Blld
with less llro than gonorally required.
Use Burnett's stoam cooking vessel,
good for any mid nil purposes.
. "W. J. Burnett,
Thornton's Block, Cairo, Ills.
Maonolu Ladies' Slippers at Elliott
Haythorn's, just received, tf.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, L yuijiv,
X 3ST S TJ" 23, A. 1ST v IE'
An rU a-a
NOBT1I AMERICA, PA.,
- - 11.711,111 M
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
""' - ...fl,l'3,39S 17
Asela $7fJC,i37 (J
Ael $M5,7.1 H
Aaaela 151S.27S 43
AMERICAN CENTRAU MO.,
Aaaeta V"i,iUJ O
CONNECTICUT ML'Tl'AL, LIFE,
Aaaeta ,' I3),vro,orn fl
TRAVEI.EI, HAUTFOitO, LIFE AND
Aaaela ..... Jtfn IO 10
RAILWAY PArWENOERS A-HUKANCE
Aaaela C3O,S02 00
SAFFOHU, MOHUIS Si CANDKK,
71 Ohio Ivre,
City National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
TEUTUNIA L I F K INSUKANCti
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. IIUCK, - - - President.
C. KXOBELSDORFF, - - - Secretary.
Chax. Rkitz, Henry Weiier,
A. C. Kkhino, A.Mi"-ch,
Chas Wkntiik, Chas. Veriiha,
Francis Lai knek, C'iiah. Dakolinii,
C. Hir-.ch, Wm. Reiniiahdt,
The lieal orKaulted and eecureal cornt.anv in
the northwe.l The only company which K'lar
aaleei rh surrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
2Mlr frC'4lroaiaiel vlelaliy
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mile list) Hborlel Route
Elgfaty'Jillr IbefiBorteal Ho ate
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolla, Toledo,
Detroit, uetCMDU, .-vinijarj ralla,
Burlalo, I'ltlahiiiK, Whinxton,
Baltimoro, Philadelphia, New York,
noaion anu an pointa eait.
MilwAiiklc, Janeaiille, Madlaon,
LaCronae, Ht. Paul and all pointa north-
nhm l alo the only direct route to
Decatur. Blnomlnvton. Horineeld.
i'eoria, CJulnoy, Keokuk,
Burlintilnn, l(rck lolinJ, Ln Salle,
Mcndota. Diion. Kreeport,
(lalena, Dubuque, Kious City,
lljinliaauu an pointa noruiweai.
Elegant ' Drawing Room Sleeping Car
On all Wight Trains.
DacjtaKe Checked in all Important pointa.
Kor licketa and information, apply to I. C, R.R.
lemit it Biro: on board tne tran.it ateamer be-
ttteeu Columbua and Culro, and at tne principal
ratiroa I ticket omcea iuroiiiioui m auuiu.
W. I. JOHNlu.-x. uen'l raaa. t, unicaio.
A. MiU'iirLL, (ien'l Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTH KASTKRN R. R.
On and uftor Monday, April 24th, IS72,
trains will run as toiiows:
" Taina uoinm boi'thcist.
Leave Virsinla CAO a. m 12:Up.ni.
Mprlnnneiii m.i a;uu
Tkvlorvllle 10 ii 4 20 "
Arrive at Pana 11.40 " .17 "
TSAIMS UOINU NOSTHWtaT,
Leave Pana S.'al a. m
" Tuvlorvlllr 4.40 "
Arrive at Hprintfield....1A '
3.33 a. ni,
Arrive at VliKinm '" "
KOUTII KHN DIVISION,
TBAlxa iioimij aotrrusaaT,
Leave Edawood oJO a.m.. 10.10 p, m,
Arrlro at Hhawneefn s-.J
. 11.40 'i
WOOD I WOOD I WOOD I!
The underautned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOP
Aa CHesisa, 11 ssot Cbeapcr
h an any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave ordeal
on the slates at the Postoffloe and at Rots' cod
ard, on Commercial avenue, berweea Tenth ana
twelfth streets. Cairo, Illinois. I aire COor
measure and will cord the wood up if deaireSi