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'I Hi; CAIKO DAILY BULLETIN, TUFBDAY, MARCH u. 1872
nu kluk's mm.
till R7 APLE OK Til II I IN"tn CENTRAL H.
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a mi.i-Kii i- il iit-m llif arrival nJ deiei- ,
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... U:l a.m.
K..h.i.f.''wiMinVairno ft. Louis. No
frcfr Cairo l" Chliago. Klra-ant
tm-'tf Ron'o leepir car on night train.
mss;e chel l all important r-olnts.
CAIRO AND MOUND CTV
flTl AW Tf.
... n.i,.iAM-i"r4 J'',r.
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uxtriM - ti :v
U-!MT.t. .""alilll, l an it .ol luten.i ;liate
rnstrr lr.-i.jlit, uor.'l.f.
JJVaNSVILLE AND CAIKO,
6C3 FOWLER Mailer
tr II lmr Cairo frr EvAO'Tille every Sunday and
T6uV.ir "' ! 5 o;!;. v,n 1''or
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tit splendid .learner
tti C.lro HI MnWf exvpti) '
j, if.iiMor pt nit apn't "a boardor
" CumbtTlwnJ Klver IMtUeU
KASHVILLE, CLARKSV1LLE AND
The splendid itesmer
TOM BARMAN-Masler ALEX. HARD-.-.Clerk
Willlv Ciiro e very Saturday at JoYloelt p.m.
forClifltivdle, and .Nhvllle. For freight or
rsrsare, sp.ly onootrd or to
rjaa:V p' jv? nir.nfl, a'i.
i'ASnVILLE, CLAKKSVIMjK asd
The R'.l.int strainer
Will leate Cairo ff try ThttMilay at S o'clock p.m.
for NhTili,Cluknlleud all waj poioti. for
fltlihtor na:e ipplr on bnard or to
JauW. JAS. HKiliS, AR't.
The ood ttramer
WII.F.T 8tMit3itHUt JSO. II Mtpr.R....nnk
Willleaie Cairo every Mondsj at&o'clocV, p.m.
for NasUTillr, aod all wy po'U For ttUht or
passage, apply on baarl t to
la 4 tf JA. lticr.a, Agt.
FOR SALE, ) For Salt ( FOR SALE.
ton SALE.rorSAiel FOK SALE.
faro from LtVEisrouL,
Fare from Lo.vDC.viiKfiiiT
Fare from (ilacqow,
Fare from Qikkn.stow.v
TU CAIKO, :::::::: $48-
ialord, Morrii Ji c'a , gonlK.
Literpool .Seir.Tork ami I'hlladelplila
ti caiiiirr wirn tfiirD train. axo iiitisi
For Carryinj; Inn Malln.
for passaITe tickets
o mint isroRwsnox
APPLY TO JOHN" 0. DALE, Act.'
llllroalway. Nr.y0rk, or to
Washington Armce. Cairn. nnn. 51
7,SJ'..AM SMITH, M. I).
TmidW MS, I'-
l)a".zi E-r.rNinti nn4 Walput ata.
" ' 'n. to 12 ,n , and u.m
n Mnrlviv AUl)X KiirjiriT
er th? mi ,v '' m'r ""l'rt '"""u of-
- '" jinl.lf.
It. S. imUiHAM M D
wmiS?J?2gSL?,B AT 'W
'fuM.S f CAIRO.
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OmCE-Orer Fint.Wa.l Hank, Ohio
HEEN A; GILBEHT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Wilham fi Gilbert
wiiuam H. eon
tZESStJ&T K"eu 10 A'lm"'
riCI-OIII0 LKVItK, ROOMH 7 AXI. 6 OVKR
w. flAllunAL HANK.
-J: w'vi' catrai n.T :.
Addltloatoth. tl'0"'f.d"ci,lbed lot. il
Eel block 20. " 01 -airo, vl i
" I " 10, '?t U block W.
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" " 2. y ij;
i ms mvkrtishmbnts.
... ...ion m ti.ir iIn,.n mlnL f hp nlFfitnr
HEPOKT OP THE CONDI no..'
CITY NATIONAL HANK
OF caiko, at.
A, Ca.ro. la '.kVu. f
I.m and PHfO""'-
3,01 1 01
l). S. Hii i" .ur cltcn-
' iVllon .....
tf s. itjndi on hand ...
O her blxki, Ikindl and Mnrt.
Due trom KcdcemlnK and Ke
terve Asenli tISI.6irt 01
Due Irom other National llanka 2,4I4 Kl
Due trom other Ujnli and
Uanken -..- w
, 1 2J.U00 0U
.. 15.KU 1.1
Uihtr KjI Kiate
i" IT" l.' !'
I, Hi :n
ChrcVt jnJ other CJ'h lten...f &,;iOI to
Kill of National lUuk Rfi:t IH
f'rctiunal currency anj nickent '.',.i'l m
specie . &,V7I irl
lgal lender nutc 30,0 IM
SurjJu Fund . iJ.tiX) W
lnterejl - - $ 3,311 M
Exchange 3,740 W
front and lou 20,-240 41
Indirldual Depoiit S0",M4 9
UMdends unpaids........ 5" 00
Da: to lUnki am llanken ...... 21
Circulation outitanding.... V) IMJ t'J
State of IlllnoN, Alexander county, u.
I, A. U. Watford, caihler of the City rational
Uiuk, of Cairo, do lolemnly iwear that the akove
statement Ii true to the bt of my knowledge and
belief. A. It. SAKKURl), Caihier. .
bubicnbed and nwcm Ixlore me. thli tn clay ot
JIarch, l7. H. H. CANIJfcfc,
Uonect Attest i .notary ruonc.
W 1'. Halllday, )
It. L Halllday, V Directors.
G. D. WilllamsonJ
or tin conditio or tbi
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
01" CAIRO, ILL.,
At the close of business, Ftbroary 27, 187i.
Loans and discounts
U.S. Bonds lo secure circulation
U. S. llondi and aecurities on
Other stocks, llondi and .Mort-
Due from redeeming and reserve
Due Irom other National lianka
Due from Hanks and Uankcs..
Furniture and futures
t urrcnt expenses.
Cash items Including revenue
Cash on hand, tn coin t 1,814 74
Currency 30.W7 U
Exchange S 2.05 M
Interest. 412 C7
l'rofit and loss 471 77
Due to rational llanks
103 007 51
State of Illinois, t'ounty of Alexander, (.
i, . Itufnes. casnier 01 tne rirsi oanonai
IUnk of Cairo, Jo solemnlysear that the abovcslate
mcntlstrue ta the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. N. HUGHES, Cashier.
Subscribed anl swom to before me this 4th day of
March, 872 CltAS. CUNNINGHAM,
.vfii .siie.t . notary ruouc.
11 Hurd, )
Kobf. W .Miller, .Directors.
J. T. Kennie
l'lililliltnl rxtry mnrnlnc;, Mouilny ri
Paul O. .Schtih sells Kattlngcr u mcdU
Oo to Dr. McOuulcy for Itattinger'i Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills.
Oyster Soup ut Harry Walker's every
morning. AKofreih St. Louis beer, tf
(to to tiiv. Excelsior luloon for fresh
St. Ijouls laijcr beer.
Oyster Soup at Harry Wulkor'a evor
mornini;. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
For Salk. A cottage on 12th struct
containing 7 room, cistern and out
house complete. Apply to
W. W. Tiior.vtov.
1'ok Tlir. beat St. Louis lager in the
city, go to Klitiikcnbiirg's Excelsior in
1I0AUD AM) LODGING.
Mr. T. I!. E'AU, comer or Seventh
arid Commercial, is prepared to nccomtno
dnto all who apply with board, with or
without rooms, ot prices lower than any
other flmt-cluits house in tho city. Mr. El
lis keeps ii ti excellent table; li In room nro
front rooms high, light and ulry, and well
furnished, and wo hnvu no heltnlion in
promihlng satisfaction to all who call on
lil in. Mr. Ellif will iilso supply parties
who desire wills unfurnished room at
reasonnblu rate. Let all Interested tnko
notice. Remember on tho corner of
Seventh and Commercial,
FiiKsu St. Loui. luger hour just received
U,n Excelsior faloon. V. Ulnnkenburir.
. 'TIIK COMlM.KXIOX
Mnf,tit!lu it .1...
i " ''loa.astonishlnga.
fumou, beautiiler trnn.mnu, . .aiiow
! Pi-oky looking complexion, Inu 0
Htl,e .iyaIlJUn roSo vie J ,n
I tOH.lry.har.il sM ,
, 1 ,ftnf.s ofp0,f,ct lovlinc. Tan arid
fwklei, which country air and sunliKht
rc pretty sure to produce, In spite of pH
aso'j and inn, nv. ... i par-
lill-lMl,.) 1... I, . ... 1
. nru cointi etclv ,il..
1 u'ff effMl.,n bHnU,1"' undue rodne.1,
"J win It I ,. .... ...,..
Iw . .. . ,"n,I"", from H'o
i i , . . - "will
ltf.li . i .
, " ,n" ' " "fed it to rmnedy
Z mP'"'M defects looks Into amir-
u, .I., f " nun LTlUVlUUU
at tho rnprovemenu In l,or appearance.
Mery blemish has dlsani.e.rn.l, L- noV
.-I -..-j viiiiniiv uitntin..r..l ..-.! 4tn-..i
arm. and bosom, now rival in whiteueu
"'"'"y co"r which encircle, her
throat, her chook mantle with t neach-
iikh iiioom. n ..i .1,. i. j i. .
blcjilng on tho Invontor of tho article
which sins wruuijht.uch adellgntrultran
NOTICE TO TIIK I'ltM.IC.
Il imrlnff lu our knowledge that
one Mllrt II. Kennedy limopond tin offlco
I umlor tho office of U. U i-eliU", Eq.. ami
I Ins p iliHi d on tin; tKmr jimi the nnni-- of
1 riilus H. Iv.nniMly & Co, ; St It iving nlo
'.-oninto lir klinwl, lcj,. u,1(f nlU j,(J coif
UitMi ill u ihilig Hit ii.iiiib (if 3. II. IvonlioJy
AiUo., a n J that goidinru coming to tliolr
nitdrois under t lint nnmo wo deem It
proper to give till public notice Hint tho
nsld Arm ii wholly unknown to in; ttnd In
order to prevent confusion or mistake
hero ur eltewliere, ttnd without further
oomtncntln upon the totnuwhnt tlngulnr
fuel thnt they ahould eo lit to refer to
themselves us 8. II. Kennedy A Co., find
notns.Silns II. Kennedy & Co., wo now
give tlih notlco th.it they liaro no connec
tion In nny w,iy with our firm, (eUblllied
In 1 J 13,) now locittcd at No. Co mid o"
''"-'.vdriis ttreet, iiml forthepist twonty-
j nine years ciigiigiM In the V intern pro
l dtiee L'umiii'nlon uninei.
AVu re.'uctifully sk the "newpiper
pre, here and uliewhere, to cull uttention
to this statement.
S. II. KENNEDY & CO.,
65 hiuI 57 l'ovdrai street.
New Orleans, March 1, 1872.
were nil well Attouded on SundAf.
A fow red cedar fence posts. Apply to
Jamos Johnson nt the tone depot. 6-4d3t
Thero was about threo ncrci of the
wharf covered with frelgtt, on Sunday
afternoon, awaiting shipment.
II. Lame was beforo Uross yesterday
morning on n c'lurco of flithtinc He
was charged live and tho trimmings for
the amusing pastime, which lie paid.
A number of our dry good mnrchnuts
will leavo for tho eastern cities within.tho
next week for tho purpoio of purchasing
supplier of spring goods.
V. 8 DISTRICT COURT.
United States district court, for tho
southern district of Illinois, Judgo Treat
presiding, convened in tho U. S. court
room in this city yesterday.
TIIK CUSTOM llOUHK,
It I now said, will bo ready for occupa
tion about the first of July. Ono thing is
sure, when it i ready to bo occupied, it
will bo ono of tho finest buildings in tho
Mr. P. II. Pope, city ntlornoy elect,
took tho required oath of offlco yesterday.
Mr. John II. Robinson also took tho
oath prescribed for members of tho board
Workmen are now engaged in re-paring
thointerrinr of tho Proibyterion church.
Tho inside of the church is to bo thoroughly
overhauled, repainted, papered, and many
vitiet Improvements miiue.
A prominent citizen of tho Fourth ward,
and a gentleman from tho country had a
lively fight near tho court hoti'o on Satur
day. Tho fourth ward gentleman cumo
out of tho rumpus first host, of course.
There was u regular mooting of tho city
council, held at tho courcil chamber last
night. Tlio reports of officer were re
ceived, and n number of bills allowed,
which constituted near about nil tho busi
Mr. John Kochlcr, the gunsmith, has
commenced tho erection of a new two story
brick hultdlng, on Commercial avenue,
near tho corner of Tenth street. The
building will he one hundred feet deep by
twenty-five feet front.
AT IT A (IAIN.
A husband, and wifu living on Commer
cial avenue, near the corner of Twelfth
street, had a lively bout at tlsticulli yester
Jay morning. Tho police wero called in,
and the turbuliint couple quieted. No
arrests were made, however.
Mr. John (J. Hartnan left yesterday for
D.iyton, Ohio, whero hi mother, now
nearly ninety year of one, reIdn. Mrs.
Ilariiian 1 lying lit her homo very ill.
Mr, Isaac Clements, Esq., and Mr.
Joseph Robarls, of Carhondule, are in tho
citv attending United States district court.
In order to inaku room for hi now
stock ol Spring and Summer good, .Mr. J.
ilurgcr, will diipoie of tho stock ho now
ha on hand at tho lowed po'.siblo figure n
Mr. Jlurgor Is now in Now York buying
a full stock of now goodi, which lid pro
poe to fell nt tho lowest possible living
hTUAUT ii MIIOI.MIN,
Athcneuin building, vlllopun with a well
selected stock of dross good, fancy goods,
notions, nnd ladle?, and gent, furnishing
good for tho spring trade, on Tuosday,
March, Ctli, 1872, Thoy will bo pleased to
meet their old friend und customer, nnd
guaranleo them fuvorablo prices and
NEW GROCERY KTORK.
A. Levcn has opened u grocery storo in
tho hottso on tho corner of Fourteenth and
H.'l,,. .Srnnt. UllOTO llO tirOpOSCS tO
keep a gonoral assortment of family gro
ceries provision, choico buttor, oggs, etc.,
and ho promlsos to soli his good on a
rcasona.blo term a can bo obtained at
any othor oslublUhtnent of the kind In tho
city. Ulvolilinacr.il. reU2l-:IIin.
On Saturday night bctwoon twelve nnd
ono o'clock, a party of young rowdies
paod up Walnut street, Jumping on door
steps, knocking ai uoore, mul
nj tho same mnu mrowing
uravol or corn against windows,
much to tho annoyance of many of tho
resident of that streot. Nearly all of the
Tounts rascals encaged in this reprohonsl.
Me busLnesi are known, and a repetition of
Saturday night's conduct will bo vrry apt
i Kt them Into troublo.
o. a M. R. H.
Tho Brownsville, (lean.) Jlee pertlnont
lv shvi "Tlie CVIumbii', Ketittluky,
pttth think It will not pity tho Mobile &
Ohio Rillroid to extend It lino to Cairo,
W'o uppoi. he liu tiken nil the fneti in
tliiniio un ler duo o milder t"in, 'mi w
uotild really like to is'ie tho summary of
an argument ng.ilnst it. It i well for n
railroad to connect with St. Louis, but it
docs not occur to us Just now ' why It
would not bo well to fill tho g sp of sorao
twenty mile and let tho M. Si O. have a
eonrcctton with the railroad system of
Illinoia, At Ciiro. Columbu n ay not
need tho "link " hut tho world dooi."
Judgo Mnrehlldon will smin h ivo the
new culvert, which ho I building near
Thebes, comp'ete.I. Somo tlmo ngo tho
county court advertised for htJ for build
ing this bridge, but when tho bids wero
opened they were all i'onMcr,'d too high
tho lowet being $I,41J. The
court then iniulj an cstunato
of what it would cost to put in a sub
stantial stono culvert, and Ascertained that
It could bo done for about seven hundred
dollar. Judgo Mnrehlldon was instruc
ted to superintend lt,'aud as tho work near
completion il becomes more certain thnt
the court saved to tho county nt least
seven hundred dollars by it refusal to let
tho contract at SI. 100.
met In regular session yesterday morning,
countyJuJgo Uros f.nd associate Justice
Mnrehlldon present. Aociato jus
tice McCrlto hud not urriv-
eu in timo to be present
at tho opening of the court. There
is n great deal of business to bo transacted
nt thli term. Tho court will bo called up
on to provide way and means for tho im
provement of n number of public road in
various portion1, of the county. Tho .Mis
sissippi river road is greatly In need ol
repairs; nnd the court will, no doubt, or
der tho location of n now road between
Cairo and Mound City. At present tlicro
Is no way by which tho farmors living in
the vicinity of the New Unity bridge can
reach Cairo with their teams, a the work
now going on on tho Cairo & Vlncenne
rnilroad hits completely closed up tho old
road. Thl condition of thing Is not
long to bo indttrod. Tho farmer of tho
county as well n tho people of Cairo, nro
clamorous for the opening of it new road,
and wo bellovo tho court will not heitato
to execute the wishes of thepeoplo In this
Tho following is a table showing tlailA
and monthly menn of buromctcr and ther
mometer ; monthly velocity of wind nnd
amount of rainfall, with tho prevailing di
rectlon of tho wind for the month of Feb
Date-. Mosn D.illy Mean Dally Rainfall,
February 1st 30.25 31.0 00
" 2d 30.15 29.0 20
" 3d 30.18 2:1.2 Ou
" Ith 30 04 3fi.S .00
" Gth 30.13 31.2.... 1.20
" Gth 30.G5 22.5 OG
" 7tl 30.17 27.8 00
" 8th !!0.21 35 3 no
" Dili 30.04 37.5 00
. " 10th 20.S7 47.7 02
11 1 Ith 2U.III 42.0 05
" 12th 20.70 50.2 0!)
" 1311 30.13 20.5 ... .00
" 14th 30.10 21." 00
" IGth 20.01 38.5 01
" IGth.... '!y.C8-." 37.5 32
" 17lh 29.08 38 5 00
" 18tl 30 08 40.5 00
" 19th 30.11.... 42.0 00
" 20lh 30.09 -IJ.5 02
" 21st.... 30.12 .lii.0 00
" 221 30.011 42.0 00
" 23d 20.80 51.2 00
" 24tl 29.75 53.3 ... .25
" 25th 30.13 13.7 00
" 20th 30.10 -1G.8 00
" 27th 30.12 ... 44 5 00
" 23th 29.88 31.5 13
" 29th 30.00 32.7 00
Monthly mean, barometer, 30.003, ther
momoter, 37.87; total rninliil), 2.26; pre
vailing wind, north ; total number of mile
Thomas L. Watson,
Observer, Signal Service U. S. A.
"Wanted. A iiurfit and chutnbormaid.
Apply Immediately ut tho Hulletin of
flco. Ti girls who can furnih good refer
ence, the highest wages will be given.
Sour krout by the barrel for sa.e at
Ytirmoiilh succotah nndJcorn ut Jor
Tho house and two lot situated on tho
corner of Eighteenth and Walnut street,
is offered for salu on very rcasonublo
term. For particulars apply on the prom
PARKER .V 1II.AKE,
huvo secured the service of rut oxpori
encod paper hanger anil decorator, and
aro now prepared to do nil kiniU of work
in their lino with noatnoss nnd dtspntch.
I will furnish church cushion, mudo of
green terry cloth stuttt'd with moss, at tho
low pricoSO 00 each, Loavo orders nt my
shop on Sixtli street, between Commercial
m.d Washington avenues. W. O. Cary.
Whoroaro you going ? To the placo
number 53, Ohio levoo, where they keep
tho best fresh oysters, llsh and game, and
tho finest wine, liquor and cigar to bo
found in tho city. Open nt all hour, day
or night. J. E.I'ark.
"Wohavo no hesttuton in recommend
ing 'William Khler, boot and shoo maker
us worthy of mo.st libornl patronage. Wo
know whorcforo wo speak when wo say
his work is bono In a mastorly m i nner at
tho lowest prices, llo uses nothing but
tho host of stock, nnd ho c.tnnot bo excell
ed in tho dolicato task of making an ex-
not fit. Glvo him a call at his shop on
Twentieth street, between Wushini'tou
avenue und Poplnr streot, nearly upposlto
tho court house, and wo will guarantee
Try tlio ,iHvn TinperiHl Tea.nt IirUtol
Hlllw.11. 1 1
Just received t JirlMol & Stilwcll's,
canned ll.rlett Po,, AprlcoU, and Muscat
Onipo. Al.o nj full assortment nt l..i
brands of other canned good. N0
'.Iglit trect. . rj..tr
IlIOHESr CASH THICK PAID FOR IllbICa
Mcssr. IJurnett & Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth street, are prepared to pay tho high
est cash price for urtloles'ln tholr line, n
Prime Mink S1.75 to 2.25
GOd to Glli
10 lo 1G
40 to 11
5.00 to 0.01.
0.00 to 7.0H
(Jreen Salt, ,
Ilrecn Silt, kip and calf.
0 to 10c
12 to 14c
25 to 3oc
For other articles, uch a rag, feath
er, bee wax, wool and tallow, wo will day
tho highest market price.
Thornton' block, Tenth treet., Cairo, III,
Go to No. 32 Eighth street, and get
somo of tho novel nnd excellent Java
Imperial Tea, and try It. f.-ltf.
II. LEVY A CO. PAY THE IIIOIIEST MARKET
Helow will ho found tho corrected list
of price paid by II. Lovy it Co., for
hides, fur, feathcN, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and nil kinds of country produce.
Levy it Co. do a very largo trade In their
line, and it Is a well known fact that they
always pay tho highest price to bo ob
tained in tills market. Hiov arc now
Mink $2 00a 2 2
Hear Skins 2
Heaver, per pound
1III)E., PER POUND:
Hecf Hide, Dry Salt
" " Green Salt
Tallow, par pound
Feather, " "
Wool, " "
Hnewnx " "
00 a 7 0U
00 a C 00
GO a 75
18J a 20
'J a rjj
00 a 70
25 a 28
The abovo price list is subject to corrcc
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho samplo room
ha received the appointment of agent for
the sale of the Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bann Wine Company's wine in this city
If tho bottlo with which we have been
favored is a (.ample of tho quality of
these wines, then we nro prepared to say
that thev aro amonc tho best we hove over
tasted. Ho has just received a largu con
signmont, which he is prepared to tell at
the lowest figure. Ho has also on hand
largo nml complete stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch nnd American
whiikioa, and winos of overr variety.
Jan 1 2d tf
Marriage Guide. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
50 cents. Ad, Iron Dr. Htitt' DWpons.try,
No. 12 North Eighth Slr-ot, St. Loui', Mo.
See Advertisement. tf.
Java Imperial Tea at Hritol it Stii
well's. ' 3,4tf
Connuiiiai. Felicity. Nothing tend
mnro to connubial happiness than cheerful
and healthy infants and children. Mrs.
Whitcomb's syrup is tho great soothing
imported Malaga grapes at .lorgon
son's, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. tf
Oyctcr soup at Hairy Walker's ovcry
morning. Also fro1- Loui beer, tf
For .in entirely now anil faeltatlnK work of taoit
THE HOME OF GOD'S PEOPLE-
The grandest and most popular hook oul, now
luatcr thnn aii other tU rr Look, eoin
binfil. Nearly 200 superb Ensravlnxs. One
aijent took III orderr In In nny.. 'iho beat
oImiicm to makH money tier Hilar.'!. A ood
Aucnt wanted in eveiy Township, hen'' lor our
finulara ttltli latins unurrniiMl), ijrriitioii.
endiiremi'iu, etc. y ,, HUTCH NsON X CO.,
Uri Noitli Kixlh dtreet, HI, Loiu, Mo.
rarAIo mililblier ol iliu Nrw Uit'irr.sTr.o
PnLvoior I'aMii.r ItiiiLr, ulilcli iitl'-rlv mrpas-eh
nil other eiiiion. cl mui'iillleent eiitfravuigs.)
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNER
SHIP. yOTICK Is hereby jrlvfn that the lur'nershlp
L' lievelolore existing lietiwHii in mllioli tel
bindni-aa cnmoil on In thn Central llnme, Cairo, m
Una iliy dissolved by mutual enn.nnt, nnd wl I
hereafter be carried mi by Jlary Oullniiy, who a.
iimes all (ho lebl Hup, anil will colliet all ilebts
owlna to sniil parlnerhin.
D.iluil Cairo, (II, IVb. 27, 1172.
2-21-'t MARY OAKI'NKY.
ST. CHARLES IIOTEL,
D. REXFORD Proprietor
CORNXK OHIO LKVEK ANt tlCOSD ST.,
1nc Only Flrst-Clun House in the City
a Ilagstafieconteyed to nd from tho Den
fre nf ei orste. deolef
I14SOTN AMI NIIOKS4.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
tletwceu Waalilngtou avviuio and Poplar a
Booti and Bltnes Made to Order.
Kin Workmen Employed.
Hallhfiictiou Warranted. ,, ,
ARRIVED AMI HKPAHTKH.
Hleamer. Whore from. Whero lo
H.O. Ynegcr...N. Oflo ns... Hi, L-niW.
.Mlnneoiii Cincinnati.. ...Memphi',
II. .Mvinnlil.....Vt I, mils Memphis.
Arkansas It... Kvan-vill' Kvainvllle.
Oloncoo St. Lnuis N Orlenns,
Ciivul Ouliii'V. Si. Louis .V. Orleans.
Sim. Horner... Pittsburg, , . N. OriiMti".
St. Jutejih. ...St. Lout Memphis.
7Hman Nnslivlli.i Nashville,
ironside St. Louis Pitt.bttrL'.
lolll lllP"r....N. (I.L.,,,..... Si. r.rnta.
Silhisiiirliio H.Ark. riv..r.. ..St ljitil.
Illinois Columlius.... (.'iiliiiiilnia.
Jim Fik, jr...Patliu nh Padiieall.
Iill.. wihl r.vrttis vllle.. . .K.vnna villi-.
.M. Hutistou...N Orlenns.. ..LoiiUvllle.
Grand Towcr..Mcmphl St, Louis.
indiums M. orlenns.
R.K. DoRuy Meliphl Muiind City,
Allco Memphis St. L'mi.
Mary D.ivain St. Louis Pittlnirg,
Molmwk St. Lout M. L ulls.
K. La Hirt;o...Sl. Louts.... Rul river.
M. Mcl)ouald..jt. Louis Ouehita.
CONDITION OF THE RIVER!.
Tho fall in tho rlvor at thl place con.
tlnucs, and la gaining forco daily.
At Pittsburg tin river I rising lowly,
At Cincinnati tlio fall continues, but at
Louisville, tlio rlvor was on n stand vet-
terday. The Cumberland river Is rising
again slowly. At Louisville tlicro t 0
feet In thocilinl.
Tho Mississippi is rising slowly at St.
Louis, with 8 feet in tho ch tnnel out to
Cairo. Holow thera ramiins pi cntv of
1IU8IXE.1S AND WEATHER.
Thero has been considerable freight
shipped from hero during tho past two
lay and tho amount can hardly bo miss
ed. The present week has opened lively
and the Indication nro good for n busy
Yesterday was n dark, chilly day with
the wind from tho north und northwest
The James Howard received one thous
and lihd tobacco nt Puducnh. Whilo thero,
part of hor crew jumped hir, and camo
down to this port on tho Minncola.
Tho Indiana rcshined her Ohio rivor
freight, and turn back from bore.
It was reported on tho streets yesterday,
tho towboat Jno. W. Garrett, and iteam
or Full Citv, had collided, nnd thnt the
latter had caught fire, nnd was burned to
tho water edge. Wo were unablo to learn
whether nnv lives woro lost. The Fall
City is n small boat that ply In Green
river. The Garret', had sover.il barge of
freight In tow for New Orleans.
Tlio Crescent City will leave for Now
Orleans with eight loaded barges nnd two
coal barges. Four of the barges contain
bulk grain loaded here. This i ubout tho
largest amount of freight ever taken from
thii port by one boat. Tho tow contains
nearly icven thousand tons.
Tho Submarine) passed up for St. Loui
whom sho will go lo work nt tho wreck of
tho Silver How and R. J.I. Lockwood
dipt. SnoJgraf and tho carpenter did tho
piloting from tho Arkansas river to with
in five mile of this port wncn they met
the St. Joseph and got is pilot.
Charles Tony, tnato of the Talisman, i
qtiito sick with tho pneumonia.
Tho .Inmri Howard roccircd
about 2,000 tons of freight al this place and
h'id n splendid trip.
Tho J. N. Kellogg brought out 3 barges
loaded for tho Crescent City.
The Olencoo ndded enough freight here
to put her us dep as shecould w"lm. Ono
of her crow was paid otf here for tho reason
tint ho was nearly dead on tho subject of
The Tom Jasper passed up for St. L?uii
loaded nearly to the guards. Capt John
Ilurko was in command.
Tho Simpson Horner passed down for
Now Orleans, with a big tow of Pittsburg
Tho Mary Davuge camo out from St.
Louis with two barges loaded with Iron
Tho Majy Hauston had a cabin full of
people for Louisville.
Tho Emlie Ln H.srgo passed down for
Red river without landing. The Mary
McDonald came in lotdud to the guard for
Milt Hold wont down to Now Madrid on
tho City of Quincy, to deliver her a lot of
Tno Mohawk returns to St. Joui with
is tow of barge.
"ll .Vnllonnl Ilnnk nnlldlnir.
a.peeul atlcntinn paid to order. Irorn sleam
oats nlitht or dav-'Sa
CARL L. THOMAS,
. now prepated to respond prnmplly lo nil de
mands for Ills services,
SHOP-COR. 8TH-ST. AND CoMMERCAL-AV
Irs tlio Perry House,
I) UN HA IPS WONDERFUL DIS
COVERY. It K T II 11 N U A
MINERAL SPRING WA
TER Ol WniikoNlsn, M lnrouiiln,
, rtnow eileil cure n llrlithfa Dlioaso, Dlnbeteit
3.vpsy,all atlactloaa ol Kidney, Madder and
U tmry oriiaus, also LUer troubles, B. t. Chase,
Cvef Jinnee of tho United btntea, reatored to
henlth bv It" use, In "ix wooliii.
J IV. WIIIIh, teiieral aRent lor the Stale ol nil
aolii. Wholesale and Retail Hupply .epo. J.
Wabh Aveniio.ClncaKo. Hllnoij. All ord.r by
mall promptly atlen.ua lo. Bend "'w'
flntclier ncd Dealer In all HlaiU l'reeb
CoRMta Wi!irrr.fMiii ak Torus Stt.
CiUYa and slaughters only the very bee 'fify
JO lioa. and .heep, and Is Prepare' J d ,0 Wo
deinsocV for fresh rnaas. from on ftttnt
t OH II Irs ION ANOrUHWAHUino.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
(HiMiiiri to Jai.n. P.iltll.,)
FO R W A R I) J KG M KRCII AN Tfl,
DEALKILS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Brnn, 5tc.,
TENTH-ST. and OHIO
O. D. WILLIAMSON.
Ns.. 70 Obis UlH,
OA mo, I LMNC18.
lirtD la eonjigaia.aU
CLOSE k VINCENT,
Ckuint, Plaster Paris,
PLASTERER'S II A I K,n
Comer KlKktl Mtreet mm Ohio
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Successors lo K. 1). Uendrlck. A Co.,)
Forwarding and CommiMio.
Liberal Advances mt
Art prepared to receive, store ant ornrl
fmlhts to all points and buy anJ
ell oo commission.
syarnnsln.s. attended la nramptlr
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN "FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
CHARLES 51. HOWE k CO.,
No. G4 Ohio Levee,
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVKB,
8TRATTON k BIRD,
(Hticcetiora tofltrattOD, Hudson Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
D. Z.UATK Ub.
. C. UHL
MATHUSS & THIL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. J4 OHIO LEVER,
Sat sn Aino.n.L
I WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO L E Y E
O IRO. IlalilMOIals
Alio, keep constantly on hand a moat Icons
pleto .took of
BCCTCH AKD nn WHISKIM
U I N B,
Port, MaderU, 8herry and Catawba "W iaei
RJMVJH CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
,w,'lchi.fct thV ,BTl,e paclajstiiii.
hod ol close bargain buyer,
Bp mal attention fiitn to Filling Ordtrt,