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CAIRO DAiLY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1872.
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.r HMinr mm ciret
.. 8:40 p m.
art-Mall into. dally..
Oa ro and Bl. Louie Short Llae
Depart - .........11:30ft.in.
Varhof ttrttr (rem Cairo M. Lonle. wo
eVM e'-srt Irom Cairo to Chicago. Elegant
lerhtg Roe" eleeping care on night trams.
Beast hecHd to all imporUni points.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
To any shrewd man who con do business on the
quiet. 1 gunrsntec an Immense fortune, easily,
rapldl Mil Id perlecl safely. Address In perfect
cinfldenee, JAM Est FltUJjr.
17 W3m too ttieeaer eireei, new iurn.
Notice It heieby eiventhat the Copartnership
heretofore ciMIiir b( Win. hloholr and
Brother, In the Furniture Manufacturing busl
ne,, under the dim name of E diofl llro. In
Ihla day disunited liy miitimi content, Wm. E'-
rhofTptir'hiuilnithe uliolc husltcss, assuming all
Its liabilities and recemnu an me accounts uuo
the old firm. WMuP';?l')Kft
Cairo, Ilk., JuneSI, 18W. , . Wttdlw
Will make thro trip daily,
c uuvree citio
At T... ..-.m
A I ). p.m
UltIM ant KB tITT
At 8-.no .it. m.
At ItJO ..p m.
PAUL G. SCHUH'S Pre-
scrijttion Drug Store is open
day and night. All prescrip
tions carefully and neatly fill
ed with dispatch. The largest
and finest selections of Toilet
k. mn s t -1 a . . sva a I
win id. when hii.d. at any pood intermedute Articles, Vases and sundry
eadiBglorpaaeengereor frelfnL nor ltf., I
Fancy Goods of all descrip
tions just received and sold by
polite and attentive clerks at
the lowest figures. Satisfy
yourself by a call. 6-231m
Go to the Thalia for tho best "Weil J
beer in town, D-21dtf
CAIRO AND PADUCAH'
The splendid steamer
Bin. Howard Capt.
tasia Cairo fUlLY. (Sander toeoledl. at
a.m. For Irelgntor peaeagn appiv on ooardor
JAif lllbnS, Ag't.
R. 8. BRIQHAM, 31, D.,
TTOMEOPlTHIC Physic an end Burgeon. Of.
JX fice 1M ommerclal avenue. Kealuencenn
Tenia street three doois west of C II. rtoodward.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
PFICE Orer M. J. McOeuletV dru;
J neer corner Conmerclal avenue and
Weiss beer constantly on band nt the
Thulla saloon. 6-Jldtf
A bflkndio lot of Miignolla and Em
press Ladies' Slippers at Elliott & liny,
horn'", Commcrciul avenue. tf.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
T ESIDENChNo. 21 Thirteenih etreet, be.
IV tweea Wnehisgion avenue and Walnut street.
UfBee litOommercleleTenue, up ttalra.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RBSIDENCE-corn-rNinth and Walnut st.
Oftce co ner Mzth etrent end Ohio leTee.
UIBee houre from A -m. to i to., and 9 p.m
II. WAHDNER, M. D.
RESIDESCFz-Oomer MueDeuth street and
iVxihi-'glon trenue, near court houe Of
1. 1 'iri-r th- po.iofllce. Office hourn 10 to 12
ltd. 10 4 p.m. ienllitf.
Our Home Advertisers.
Go to "Wm. Ehlor'!, on Twuntieth
street, for your fino custom inado boots
and shoes. You can't do better. Try
Burnett's Steam Cooking' Vesiol Is war
ranted to cook quicker and better thun
any vessel in use, for sale at A. lialley's
But Weiss beor at the Thalia. 6-2ldt
Kxcbllint Weiss beer at the Thalia.
Wm. Ehlcri, at his shop on 1'wontieth
street, opposilo the Court ilou&o hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
stylo and variety, warranted to giro par
fcctitttisfactloB. .Ha keep genuine Fronch
calf nnd give his customers all bo prom
IIkavy Rixe, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts f 1.25 and half gallons, 3 per doz.
Genuine "Mason Improved," Fruit Jnr,
(glass top, self soalers,) quarts $2, and half
gallons $3 per dozon. Best W. G. (iron
stone china) plates and teas, CO conts per
sot. Fino goblets, only 10 cents aplcco.
Other goods in proportion, at
l'AKHONf), DAV1B St CO.'K,
C15-tf 5 and 7 Tenth street.
M. Bviu.fl, proprietor of tho Mechanics
boarding' house, cornor Commercial ond
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, nnnounccs
that ho is now keeping a first-class hotel
nnd boarding houso for tho accommoda
tion of regular boarders or translont
guests. Ho has accommodations for
eighty to ono hundred pooplo ; his tftblo is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bod in the houso that has not either
a set of springs or n feather bed. Mm
Tho Arlington Garden, n dolightful
place of resort, Is now ready for vUitors.
Tents have boon spread on tho green
sward, a high, closo fence surrounds the
garden, and ladies and gentlemen may
enjoy the finest of ice cream and tho cool
est of lemonado, free from tho public gazo.
T. B. Elms, Prop'r.
For Kent One ot the Debasa cottages.
It has been repaired and put in splendid
order. Just the house for a family resi
dence Apply to Louis HxRBgnT.
Burnett's Su-iun Cooking Vessel saves
nenrly half the fuel and 16 per cent
weight which is lost in cooking the old
Sold by A. Hiilloy C-201m
Wo havo a good supply of Burnett's
Steam Cooking Vessels Call tind see
thrni. A. II ALLEY
For Sale. Two desirable lots on
Commercial avenue, will bo sold cheap.
B. S. Uamucll.
Juno 26th. dCt
To lex Crkam Katxrs. -Dan Carncs is
prcpatod to furnish tho very best article
of ico cream in largo or small quantities
on reasonable terms, at Louis Lssuno's old
stand n Commercial avenue botweun
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, attached to his ice cream saloon will be
found the very choicest of wines, liquors
and cigars. Come ono and all and patron
ize Dun. 6-31 lm
THE LITTLE KK.NTOOKIAK,
No. 63 Ohio levee, Is Me place whero
they keep tho frcshct fish endgame, and
.ho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to be
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty
Cvo cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
It is impossible to cook poorly in Bur
nett's Steam Cooking Vessel. It is worth
doublo the price asked for it, for putting
up fruit. For sail at A. Hallvy's, 'dealer
in stoves and tinware. C-201m
Dak. Uaktmak has received or.o of the
largest stocks of Fruit Jarcs ever before
brought to Cairo, nnd Is desirous of closing
it out without delay. Ho therefore offers
Mason's Improved Porcelain self-sealers,
quarts at S3 00 per dozen ; glnsswire tops,
quarts, at $1.25 per dozen and half-gallons
til $2.00 per dozen. These arc the cheapest
prices in tho market. tf.
Truth and Poetry. Milton puts into
the mouth of Lucifer, in "Parudlso Jxxt,'
i theso memorable words "To bo weak is
miserable" Never was a truer sentenco
written thnn this supposed to bo wrung
from the arch-fiend in his impotenco and
I agony. Kvory victim of norvous debility
or of that depressing languor which is ono
of tho nccompanimonts of dyspepsia and
I biliousness, can testify to tho misery
I of mind and body which they involve,
Tho motive power of tho system is par-
i tially paralyzed j tho mind is haunted by
unxluty and fear ; nnd tho suflerer is us in-
I cupablu of applying himself energetically
I to any kind of buniness as if ho wore under
I the .benumbing influence of catalepsy
I This torriblo mental and physical condi
tton need not, however, bo endured for
forty-eight hours by any human being
Plantation Bitterh is an absolute
specific for all tho tormcnU which u do
runged stomach, a disordered livur, nnd
shattered norves, superinduce
ABaesUckof Wetthei. Cloelcr., Jewelry, i
peeuelee " attention' given io
lodeef wetfh repairing. ThepuWlctre ol
W IVIIII.BIIIW -u.ni rNn, .II1T.M
Ml far Karl Elsasnennen'e celet.ratdu .i
tlMftMMB tbey sr e-,u-l to my, end
I swettaHr sVesa aar es.ga. s-4
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ice
wagon will canvass the city, to continue
during tho summer months. None but
pure northern lake co will bo delivered.
Hube, Loomis, & Co.
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, cornor 7th strcot
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accommodato tho public with
board by the day, woek or month, at lower
rates than any other first-class house in
the city. Tho rooms are all well fur-
nishud, light and airy, good samplo rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho houso is located in thu cen
ter of tho business part of tho y within
ono squaro of tho post office. 4-9-tf
Publication !-, Ballctla Bsslletlstir,
Wswfcl tvtots Avessno.
Tho canvassers for the Cairo Citt Di
rectory completed their work several
months ago, but wo havo been delayed In
tho publication of the work by many
causes. We have put into our establish
ment 8TEAU, and VERY EXPEKRIVK NEW
ritERBES ft Cottroll & Babcock four
roller oylindor press, a half-medium Uni
versal, a Gordon and a Liberty, besides n
great variety of new type. ,
Theso changes in tho offlco havo occu
pied all our time and attention for months,
but wo have now leisure to devote to the
Directory which it in the hand of the
Tills will bo mode ono of tho finest dl
octorles over issued in tho West will
be frinted in colors, and in overy way
bo a specimen of typography that wo
now we shal havo roason to bo proud o f
The edition will be large, and will leave
ho bindor's hands in about six weeks.
Any advertiser who desires to make
changes in his advertisements, may do so
through tho mall, or by sending instruc
tions to this office.
We hope tho public may avail them-
selves of this opportunity to patronlzo
Cairo enterprise that richly deserves
Another caso of small-pox
around town is being
I. 0. O. F. To-night being tho regular
meeting for the leml-anual election of
officers for Alexander Lodge, No. 224
I. O. O. F, the mcmbors are all reques
ted to altond. Members of othor Lodges
in good standing, aro cordially Invited.
Lew W. Johnson,
Ykstrrday evening it was our chance
to observo tho antics of a roipoctablo saloon-keeper
on tho levee, whojs now suf
fering from mental aboratlon. His actions
nro very menacing indeed, and if his
family is not removed beyond his reach
tho result will, undoubtedly, bo very distressing.
The nlarm of fire yesterday morning,
about ono o'clock was caused from ado
fectlvo fluo in tho cottago ot St. Blune,
near tho cornor of 7th and Washington
avenue; Mr Blotto and Johnny Dunning
wero returning from thofestlral atSchcoll's
Hull tind discovered it in timo to extin
guish tho llainej before much danmgo was
donu. As usual, tho flro companies woro
promptly on hand.
The word "rcherche," used In a local
Item in this morning's paper, is not origi
nal with us. It was suggestod by a vory
dear and loomed friand, who has a largo
account against u, nnd wo did not llko to
ignore its uio for reasons that we fully
appreciate. Ho requested us to uso it in
every item hereafter. We may havo oc
casion to handle it again, but hope he
will excuse us if wo do not.
GRAND PIC-NIC EXCURSION
TUB OHIO ltlVKK 0.V THE STEAMER
KCKERT ON THE FOURTH OF JULY,
Thu steamer Eckert will leave tlio whur
at Cairo precisely at eight o'clock, on
Thursday morning, tho Fourth of July
touch at Mound City at nine, at Caledonia
half past ten, nt Metropolis at 12, at tho
Lukes opposite Piiduvab, at half past one-
alter which she will go to Paducah, where
she will stay until five, retitrnlnc to Cairo.
at half past eight o'clock in tho ovenlng.
Tbo people of Paducah givo a plc-nic on
that day at tho beautiful lakes jnst oppo
site their city, which will givu ull who
wish, a chancotojoln tlo Puducah people
in their pic-nic, or enjoy a nico stroll in
the beautiful woods about tho lakes, while
those who prefer it can havo throe or four
hours to walk or drlvo tbrongh Paducah.
Each family wll havo tho privilego of
taking their basket, while those who would
rather not be Incumbered will bo
furnished with refreshments at tbo
lunch tables on the boat, at rcaon
ablo prices. There will bo a bountiful
supply of confectlonaries, fruits, Icecream,
lemoEodo, soda water kc. This will bo a
splendid chHnce for fumilles who wish to
spend the "fourth" together. As the
Eckert was built for plc-nic purposes, the
children enn bo turned loose on tho boat to
enjoy themselves without danger.
Tills excursion will be given for tho
benefit of tho Methodist church of Cairo.
Fare for round trip from Cairo, ( Mound
City nnd Callc'donla, $1 j children COc.
From Metropolis 50c; children 25c. td
ST. CHARLES HOTEL. . '
', i HKXl'ORD, .... Proprietor
Coit. Ohio Levee & Second St.
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near tho post offlco, the proprie
tress would inform tho public that sho
is prepared to accommodato the public
with first-class board and wall furnished,
well vontllatod rooms on tho most ronton-
able torms. Amplo preparations havo
been made to accommodate on unlimited
number of day boardors. Patronage so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Oaffnf.y.
Dwelling House for Rest. T
second story of tho brick building on tho
corner of Washington uvcnuo and 18th
street, containing six woll furnished
rooms, good cistern nnd necessary cut
houses, is for ront ou reasonable tonus
Apply to Samuel M. Orr, Casoy's coal
yard, opposite St. Charles hotel.
Just Arrived, another lot of
Wayne's potent solf-ventllating Kefrlg.
orators nnd Ico Chests. Wo aro selling
Ico Chosts nt the following Cincinnati
prices, viz: $11 00, $13 00, $lu 00, $17
20, etc. Refrigorators nt from $20 00 to
$46 00, and best of city roforence given
as to convenience of uso and economy of
ice. Every family should havo ono.
6-31-SOd. Beerwart, Oiith & Co.
Ice Cream has becomo tho institution
of the season, and Phil Saup's the most
popular in tho city. His saloon has be
como, in fact, Ice cream headquarters, and
it is not the fashion to cat tho luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
caro, is neat and tidy, and tho presence of
no questionable characters is permitted in
it. Mr. Saup has, also, always on bar.d
fresh cukes of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, &c, and deserves a continuation and
an increase of the popular favor in which
bis establishment is held. 6-7dtf
n?gtge conveyed to end Irom the DepM free
ol ctur,.. docVtf
The Illlnola Central Ra'l Road Comotnv now
otter for eale the following described jots iii(rire
A'liiiiinn io in ciiy or miro, tii i
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 24 tlook K,
" IS ' 20. 87 " 82,
' 6 ' S2, 20 a fi
s ' ?? " 3 " ..
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orterme.ete. apple o JAM E8 JOHNSON.
Maunolia Ladies' Slippers at Elliott ft
Haythorn's, Just received, tf.
J. J. Anderson & Co., gas fitters, 01
Ohio Levee, over Lonorgan & Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gas fitting choaper than tho cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in ovory in
stance. If they do not pleaso they will
not churgo. Givo tbem a trial. They
know their business perfectly. Remember
tbe.pl ace.C I Ohio Ltvto. , '16-81
Work on tho William's Distillery is
progressing rapidly, preparatory to start
ing. Valentine Rescu, on tbo corner of
Washington Ave., and 8th street is mak
ing valuable improvements to his property-
Mr. Martin of thu Charleston ' Cour
ier ' was in the city yesterday. His health
Tue festival at Schoel's hall closod last
night, to the entire satisfaction of ull in
terested. Pecuniarily it wits a success,
and that we presume was the intention.
The tobacco crop in tho,adjacont country
of Kentucky and Illinois looks more
promising than for many years, and the
yield, if nothing happens will bo the
largest over gathered.
Dok't forgot tho fireman's great Fourth
of July plc-nic. The committee will pro
ceed to canvass tho city in a few days for
the sale of tickets, and should bo liberal
Messrs. D. Hurd & Son, havo advicbs
of thu shipment of two cars now wheat to
tbem, this will probably go south as they
have largo ordors for wheat.
We now have a health officer, whose
duly it is to soo that overy body enjoys
good health; or if not this oxactly, to see
that every impediment in the way of en
joying this blessing, is immediately re
We aro not ulnrmed, but wo know
thoro is a largo amount of sickness at pres.
ent in Cairo, and it will increase if our
pooplo do not quit buying and eating the
class of unripe fruit, apples more particu
larly than any thing ulse, that is being
thrust upon tho market.
The Maonlc hall, nt tho corner of 8th
and Commercial avenue, has recently
been overhauled, tho walls boautifully
knlsomined, tho floors elegantly enrpoted,
new furnlturo &c , and it now presents
within its sacred portals as recherche an np
poaraneo as any lodgo rooms In tho state.
In our perambulations through the city
yesterday, we counted 43 houses in cource
of orection and being romoddled. If
anybody doubts this statement, if to-day is
us warm ns yesterday, wo will go round
with them nnd point out each bopurate
The trreprcssihlo Pat Kelly alias "Big
Pat" is now in tho city on u short visit.
Such is his confidence in his skill ns marks
man' that ho challenges any man in tho
United States to compete with him for
tho championship. He makes no excep
tions; he means business, and to prove it
he holds out ono thousand dollars ns nn in
ducement to any one who desires to "com
It would bo well for our city authori
ties or somo well disnosod person to cast
an oyo toward the Improvement of that
portion of tho levee known ns tho "plank
road." It is in a miserable condition.
We aro inclined to bolievu that Mark
Twain never experienced such "jolting"
on the plains as is Riven to tho individual
whoso misfortune it is to ride over it once
i A citizen who intends to go on ,the
T. F. Eckort excursion boat the coming
Fourth, with his family, wishes to know
where tickets can be obtained. Ha alio
requests us to suggests that a good ptanot
with a thoroughly competent pianist to
preside and an impromptu choir to render
few good anthems, etc., would material
ly add to the success and enjoyment of tho
occasion. If tho projectors want a big
rrowd, let them provide music. Music
We wero pleased to see an account in
the Cairo Sun, of a mirage that was ob
served by several of our citizens, a few
days since; it corroborates what wo said
over in Cairo in 1857; we however, thought
it was a ghott and we have kept that
secret locked In our manly "chlst" for 15
years because If wo had told it, no one
would have belelved ut, and we aro only
too proud, at this Into day, to corroborate
the statement of the Sua.
Capt, S. E. Rumdlf, of Nutchcz, Mln.(
and a member of thu firm ol Chas. M,
Uowo & Co., of this city, is now In town
and will spend somo timo heru in tho In
terest of his house. Cupt. Rumble is n
gentleman of wealth and position, and we
aro informed that ho contemplates thu
orection of a largo manufacturing estab
lishment at this place, full particulars of
which will be laid boforo tho public in a
Wt were present with a party of gen
tlemen on Inst evening to hear tho re
hearsul of a poem by J. G. Cormlck, Esq.,
nnd anticipated n pleasant evening, but
was disappointed as a discussion
arose as , to the authorship, and
not having a copy of tho articlo
Mr. C.'s memory failed him nnd he
ctiuld go no farther than the first line,
which was "A man that would stand'
If he brings a ropy on his return we will
lay it beforo our. renders, lor we know
from what wo hoard of it that it is a
We woro shown yesterday, at tho I. C.
R. R. dopot, a narrow gaugo locomotive
from tho works of Porter Bell, & Co., Pitts
burg Pa., named tho "Rip Van Winkle."
It is a beautiful little thing, and wo pre
sume it is for construction purposes on this
end of the Cairo and St. Louis railroad,
which is now ready for the iron, from
Cairo north a considerable distance. We
expect to hear the whittle of tho "Rip,"
and the thundering of ber long train of
coal and freight cars entering into Cairo
in less than three months from this timo
Saloon keepers and liquor dealers whoso
liconses expire on tho first day of July are
horeby notified that a prompt renewal of
tho same will bo required. All bonds
should be filed with tho City Clerk, by
next Monday evening, so as to bo pre
sented to the council on that evening for
approval, otherwise delay may be dan
gerous. M. J Howley,
Cairo, Juno 26, 1872 4t
Mr. J. C. Smith, an old citizen of Cai
ro, has taken tho houso formerly occupied
by W. H. Schutter, efq., and fitted it up
in a vory substantial and attructlvo style,
as a saloon, billiard hall and wholcsalo h
quor house. Mr. Smith is a good practical
mun, and by strict nttention to business
nus built himself up u fortune, overy dol
lar of which will bo invested In Cairo In
tho purchaso of lots and their improve
ment. If moro men like him had control
of the liquor trado of our country, ditsi
j pation would dlsuppear from our midst
Ho is strictly conscientious rns to its use,
and will deal in nothing but chemically
Tho wholesale department is under tho
immediato superintendence of W. II,
Scbuttor, esq., nn oxport in tho buslncus,
and a man who is ns woll known through
out tho country for honesty and fair deal
ing iu our friend Horaco Grctley ; theso
mun are bound to succeed, and, " aside
.i .H . i i i
irom mat, wiey aesorvo to. Tho now
liquor law tnkes effect on tho 1st proximo,
and Mr. Smith will bo the first to comply
and give bond.
Louisville, Ky., Memphis, Tonn., and
other cities are Just now in a porfect fever
of excitement about mad dogs. Hardly
a day posses but one or moro persons aro
bitten in those places. As there ore about
ten dogs to overy Inhabitant in Cairo and
we know not how soon hydrophobia will
be ono of tho plugucs of our
city, we deem it advisable to warn
our citizens ogninst this fearful malady.
On being bitten by a rabid dog tho wound
should bo cauterized with nitrate of silver.
Dr. Axford, of Michigan, has treated sev
eral cases successfully. Large dosos ot
morphlno were injected under tho skin,
and large doses ot castor wero adminis
tered. Ono groin of morphino was injec
ted under the skin every four hours, and it
half drachm of powdered castor mixed
with syrup given internally. The effect
was to produce sloep and stop tho convul
tions. Small quantities of chloroform
woro Inhaled at times and tbo patient was
wrapped in woolen blankets wrung out
of a warm solution of amonio. The patient
had frightful convulsions for several days,
but recovered under tho abovo treatment,
which checked tho fearful malady, Dr.
Wolfe, of Now York, mentions other
1. I havo seen persons cured ufler the
attack by nn attempt to smother, which
resulted in profuse perspiration, and saved
the patient. When we know that tho dog
does not sweat, and that tho effect of the
virus to produce a similar condition, tho
Importance ot vapor btths, or other means
to tho sumo result, becomes apparent.
2. Ono cose was cured by eating voraci
ously of onions, after tbo appearance of
virulent symptoms. ,
Q T ttAMA It I..I.mahm ItnlnH art1
wi & unvu iuu luifciiiiuiijra living sm v-
ItaliiA rf Irin iAnea fial etstn nf ttmlnfl f
atfMiV t,tiu eti.t.taiiui umxj ui j"'"r'
externally applied; would givo It Inter
fc4. I havo known many caapsiuccowfully
treated by Dr. Marclmnt.of Pennsylvania;
lit 1 1 t tin nVlSirl 1111 eetll I.a.. artmmiitiltilnil
vHeiiivtiiiusiuiUtl nilllUUV -ejni iik.ii IVUSIII Lj
his secrot. and should havo hydrophobia
uii mo niner stao.
, 6. I havo found numerous porsons who
clallllnfl tn hnvit ltm.M w,wt I...
....... ..WVI. V. 1 1 II J III.U'
stones somo of which you have In Kent-
ucay, ana mignt test their value now, nnd
Tho nnlnn nnfueenee e il.nnr nOlnllv f,
snake poison, nt.d may havo tho same for
inn virue in wis man aog. lr lateen in
time, swoatlng is n valuable atixllllary to
any method of trcatmont.
Stcaraor Quickstep, Evansvllle,
" Imperial, Now Orlcntn.
" City of Chester, St. Louli.
" H. S. Tumor, Now Orleans.
" Hello Memphis, Momphis.
" St. Charles, Now Orleans.
" Southern Republic, N. Orleans.
" Joo Pluming, Memphis.
" Dictator, St. Louis.
" Arlington, St. Louis.
" Tom Jnspor, Kvurisvlllo.
" Jim. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois. Co'.umbus.
" Arkansas Hullo, Evansvllle.
" Shamrock, Memphis.
Stcnmcr Quickstep, Evansvllle.
" Imperial, St. Louis.
" City of Chester, Momphis.
" H. S. Turner, Cincinnati.
" Hullo Memphis, St. Louis.
" St. Charloi, St. Luult.
" Southern Republic, St. Louis.
" Joo Flwming, St. Louis.
" Dictator, Colunbus.
" Arlington, Cincmnuti.
" Jim. Fik,.1r., Puducuh.
" Illinois. Columbus.
" Arkafira Bullu. Evansvllle.
" Shamrock, Ctnciiiiiutl.
DM liUI'DV OOAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, IkiIIi
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in uny quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokke, Gcr.'l. Supt.
Sates Agent. 3-16-Iy.
110ATS LEAVINO TO-DAY.
The Mammoth steamer Jna Howard,
Capt. Pogrom, leaves this evening for New
Orleans and ull intermediate landing.
Her state rooms are luro nnd cool and
we commend her to all southward bound
Tho fino packet Grand Tower is tho re
gular boat leaving for Memphis nnd nil
way landing this evening at five o'clock
The Idlewild Is the regular packet leaving
for Evansvllle nnd joints along the Ohio
river. Tho UtahJ takes her departuro to
day for Little Rock and all points on the
Arkansas river. The Jim Fisk Jr is the
daily and p. in. packet for Paducah.1
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
The river at this point full ubout 8 in
ches yesterday. At Pittsburg thu Mo
nongahcla is slowly fulling. At Cincin
nati and Louisville, tho Ohio continues on
a steady decline. In tho canal, there is
five foet water. Tho Cumberland river
raised noarly 3 feet, nnd Is again falling.
Tho Arkansas is still falling. Red river
is riling slowly. Tho Mississippi river
continues on a general decline No
danger of a flood this season.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Tbero was not a great deal of business
doing on tho landing yctcrduy. Freight
was not over abundant.
No body froze to death yesterday
Tho sun cntno down red hot nit duy.
Tho City of Chester hail it fair packet
trip but a small number of passengers
Among them was a young couple who got
loftoff the Kokert nt Capu Girardoau last
The N. S. Turner passed up yostorday
morning with n very slim trip.
The Imperial from Now Orleans had a
tow of barges.
Tho St. Charles, witli the Southern Re-
public in tow, passed up without Intiding.
Tlicy wero lately purchases! by Captain
Davo Campbell, of St. Louis, and will bo
The Clipper look her barge of log to
Tho Arlington passed nrnund having a
good packet trip on board.
Milt Reld is expected to return about
tho first of July. ,His many friends will
bo glad to see him.
Tho Joo Fleming arrived from Mem
phis with severnl barge, and takes In tow
several empty ico bnrgos for St. Louis.
Tho Quickstep arrived with n slim trip
nnd returned to Kvnnmllo in tho snmo
Charley Kylo left yesterday afternoon
for Indltinnpolli, to lake churgo of it lot
of locomotives nnd cars, consigned to Hul
Tho Tom Jasper camo down from
Evnnsvillo playing light. Hor captnln
expected to find nlnad here, but as freights
nro n little tcarce ut prokent, she will havo
to wait a few days. Sho has laid up nnd
will load after tho Howard.
Tho .lames Howard is steadily receiv
ing freight, nnd will fill up with a big
Capt. Leo Howell is trying to buy a
small tow boat.
There was but littlo excitement on tho
levee yestorday, ond every tiling was as
still as tho boast when tho spirit has do
City Nntlouftl Bank DnlldliiK.
MJSpeclal attention paid to orders Irom stean.
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-
tv and cost.
If you desire rosy cheeks and it com
plexion fair nnd free from Pimples,
Blotches nnd Eruptions, purify your blood
by taking Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. It has no equal for this pur
poso. 688, daw It.
One or two respectable young men or
boys car. hear of a comfurtablo place to
board, wliero there nro no other boarders,
by Inquiring for H. nt The Bulletin of
flco, Terms reasonable. 28-6t
US Six and one-half lbs.
Durant's A Coffee Sugar for
Ono Dollar ; Seven lbs. New
Orleans Sugar forOno Dollar ;
three and one-half libs. Prime
Hio 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 ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
With Ita iloony otlrndaeita, low untr
ue1 deni-eMlon, Involuntary enalaafoss,
lower neinea, eprnuelorriiM, loaa ol
ootrrr. dlaav B.euS. low of mreaarr
nnd threatte'iiejd laaprtcssrr ! laabe
rllllH, nail a lovcre)srn cure- in huia.
idirry'n llnvnoopotblr Nnrel.lc No
Teteiily-elgtlt. CoinpotoJ ol tr.n m.-l valua
!) iiillif n.i potent curntive. tney .true n
nn'le at Ihn rot ol the milt t lone ill' t e. ere
tern, erre.t thedUcharxea, m l l-nrl elgonnd
iier;y, lll and vitelltj to I ier.liie mun. Tney
hirei'iired tlmlUM.dt of c ea. Price, ti pet
i aclMtriaol Rfeboxe. and .a large 12 rial, which
I very Important lu ubetlDtte or old caeet, or II
I'triniKl In i. oM by all JriiKjIit., tal aent
tj mail on lecelpt ot price. AJ .rit iiumrirry,
Hix-ctrlc Homeopathic Medicue Co., ln flfjeil
ay. I V. P. CUUH.
ui;lM.owwly AtM, O.irj, flliaote
GREEN k GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William Il.Oreen, i
Willi.in 11 Uilbert, V CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Mile. F.OIleert, j
Xpeoia. attenti.a given to Admiralty and
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 IjTD 8 OVXB
CIT7 NATIONAL BAKE.
VLLEX, MULKEY & WHEELESk
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, 1
John II. Mulkey, V CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
erPenl'-nlar attentleji paid to river and ad
OFFICB-Over Fuel National BanW. Ohio Levee.
(Hucevr to P. Stup.)
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Coinmeiclal Avenue,
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
" l,ie,21C 25
OEItMANIA, N. Y.,
HANOVER, N. Y.,
tsse's ...720 802 OO
XXFUULIC, N. Y.,
Asset. ...711,02; m
Comprising the Underwrltera' Agency.
YONKERS, N, Y.,
Asset 678 4C4 CI
Anetn 413,193 13
FIREMEN'S FUND, 8. F.,
Aneta.. C78.SOO 06
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Allele 1,1.12, SIS
Htorci, Dwelling, Furniture, Hull! end Car
Knee, Insured ut raiea at fwrabl as sound, per
msnetit etcuritv will w.rrant. r
I rui-eotfully ask of the cltlsena of Cairo,
thati of their patronage. '
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
BETWEEN WABU'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. II. K. Fields Infoim the publlo that he has
en the northwest side of Tenth street as named
ilia Siublee will be furnished with nene but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES. , J
and the publlo mar be a; commodated at all hours
m TEKMS. """ ,em, B ,,0W"
' ' ems ans a ehae ol public patraeae,
and will eudeavor to merit It by lair dealing Tsf