Tllfc) CAIRO DAILY IJL'LLlSTiN, SUNDAY, MARCH 17,1872.
TlMKlAlsLKUP Til. ILI.lNOIsCKNTRALR.ll.
Ou and rtereHiii.U, Ma; Ull UN. the follow
ng tin e-salile ill govern the ! "nil depart
ure of p, nger train. l Cnr"
!, f Mull leal,,. ,1. ill 4:ia.m.
Kjpir-s.rlsllv,. ... 2.15 p 111.
dr( mll, 'Silly ...t- S:i.ri.
Expnp.s 1.00 ji.m.
Cairo and 31. Louis el.nrl Li.e.
A rrite - p ro,
ttopar'.-..............-.... 12:3" a.m.
Nchstgii.'!,v limn 1'aiin to M. Louis,
chtngf f'ea.n fron Cairo la t'ii'K". fsnl
rv't:i Ilon'n sleeping rurs on uisM Irna".
ftvtgig checked t.i nil important i.iril.
CAlfto AND MOUND CITY
PlTlAJl Tl ,
Will make l!irr trip duly.
At T..... a.m.
At II . -.111.
At 4 30 li.lil.
iritl 1101 SOfltr
At . - -i.ni'
A i i.:m I' "'
At - -I
Krcwh ay. ;H renins M thk-H '"'.'.;
Will Un .when hailed, nl any e I mlrr-a ir
en lm.j.or pnengror freUni. iiot-hi.
EVANS villi: AND CAIUO,
nVi KOWLKtt Master
V II lir.'Cilri f if i;vaasslil- every Sunday ol
riiurn' veiling, m oVl.w., i.m. r'oi
OAl ItO AND PADUUAll
Tn spleuilid learner
Jio I'ovs Icr, Muster.
Ciiir.i ii I y-
PtlplPll l 4
Ktr Irauh". Jr imh ) n.itioiril
J,n3lf .li ItKiim. Ajj-I
ii. i tu tr il or
;.i a'jprlivi I .liver l.iskcli
NASUVILLK. CLAKKdVI LLK AND
The ppleDilid cic.incr
TOM HAllMAS-Mmlpr AI.KX. II ARf).....Clpr
Willle.neC irn ererv Stur ey li o'clock p.m.
forCltikM' lie, ami 'hlllp. r'or ireiRht or
ka'tace, epfly on oo-rd or lo
rjn-.f Vt iKi. 1H003, Agt.
NAbUVlLLE, OLAHKSVILLE AND
Tlie K-'.Uut itpimer
OWKSDAVIS...Mitr JAS.P. JOII.NSOX-.CIcrk
Will leae Cairo eirrT Thilrmlav at 8 o'clock p.m
for Nahillp, CI irlille mi'l ullwny polnta. l'or
freiicht or imh.iij ipvlyon bnanlor lo
Jaulif. JAM. lllr.US, Ag't
NA3UVILLE, CLAHKSVILLE AND
The t;ooJ steamer
WII.ET StMMS...M9ter I J.S'O. IIAi:Pn....CIcrk
Will leare Cairo every Monday at & o'clock, p.m.
for Nattivlllp, and all way pctt l'or freight or
paiL'c, applf on board tr to
ntf JA9. niO(3 4, Ant.
FOK SALE, for Bale t FOU SALE,
rOU SALE.) KorrtHiel FOU SALE.
Faro from Livkuvool,
Furu from Loxdcxukkkt
Faro from Ucasqow,
Faro from QukexstoW.v
CAIUO, ;:::::;: $ 1 6-
datlord, Morris t Cu
J.irerpool Xetr-Toik and Pliilailrlphla
Hit CONTHCr WITH l.MTKD IT AT l 1NU BIITIIH
For Carry im? tne MalU.
roit passaaTk tickets
oa riaiiiEa ixroau.nox
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
1 Broadway, NVw.Yotk, urto
II, II o II l t ,
Wa.hlnuton Aeni', riir. n'i. 51
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
IJESIUrJX l-.So. -il TMrlPcnih tet. b.
j iwt-o 1 W .uliiniiion atenue an I Wiluut trel.
Urticn li ' imtnercul atenn.. up tain.
C. W. DUNNING, M. I).
R".3ltiiXCE-' irn-rXinlh aud Vln'lt flu.
Ih'p to it 1 4ire-l anl lino l-e,
OrrlJ hour. frun a.m ti li m , and 'J p.m
II. WAUDNEU, M. D.
I miDKXi.'R ':ornr Mnelien'li meet nn1
vahi ct.ii iv.'n ie. iiP'i court houe ur-
fei u orpr tli io'u1iii OSIce hours 10 10 1.'
a m. an't 2 'O I 11 in. JinWtf.
ALLEN. M U L Is. li Y ,t WHEEL lilt
COUNSELsltS AT l,v,
A'illlaniJ. Allen, I
John H. Jliilkey, y CAIUO, ILI.IVmh.
ij.rauf I I'.Wlielor. J
rarl'arlicular attention paid to rim and ad.
OKFIUK Orpr first Natloaal Hank, Ohio I.ette.
GREEN !c GILUERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
IViIIUni tt. Pen,
William 11 Gilbert,
snrspecia. attentmo glreo to A'imimltr and
-OHIO LEVER, KOOMH 7 AND 8 OVEIl
flTT NATIONAL HANK.
The Illinois Central Hail Kod Come ny una
"nrriar aaie me louowinKueacrioou ion in fits
Addition to the City ol Cairo, Tin
Lot Uv 20, u block .,
" II , " fi.
5 " . SH .',
" III. 31 " 8"
ur urroe.ata. at.,,iy JAMEH JOHN'O.V.
A Titlim of early imi.iiob,, . m.roa
dellllly, pteuiaiure dec., tn u,lt J
in nery derlled turn!,, 1.,, ...,, ,,
almplameana of eelf-cure, rhui, te m
frr ! M fill'.btlerer. J II P..ee,,0,7(
J.'vU aUi4l, X' Tot, .UkiUi'j
; D H Y GOODS
.tfOll SPUING OF 183.
mas nsc.v, asp oo.vk ami bosk it again I
Ow ng I jhi I r ed's "1
FALL AM) W1NTEH
n inundit nercs.arv to ag In Tli lhi Km or
Market ami w II reluru witnin few il.iyi w t
hsu-l-onie Blick nl
llrwlslie. lie ill tin n'lfnt lui or llil jr-r In litf
very complete, Isrge and carefully el ecied
STOCK! OIF1 G-OOIDS
II. t.'l" ran nil be nirpnl, n 1 lie
Miiic-ii' coinp.irl.oii of
GOO-OS -A.-tTXJ PRICES
iti'h thoseof miv house which vou hale been
i u.luned lo deal willi.
III- HlOCk Hill COIHIst of
IIMS1I l'Ol'LI.VS, NIMiM, 1'I.AIIIS,
Hi:i'lH AMI llliAC'K AI.IMC IN,
And nil nihar sorts of
S U M M K It D It K S S GOOD S.
He nlo kconi a Urge n'ovk ol Luppi. Trim.
tnl-K Kinhnil'iVrlfF, a Krmt variety of Blmlii,
Hp 'o I;ppi n mri-ly nf I,.ir' nn-l ClilN
ilrrn'iMi mid Clulhlilt; nf nil Itpa.ml pru'ea.
M. It Kull mm i.uiiipllo nil lliroiiRli. Cull nml
rl'f, fur it Mill IM)',
.1.16.1 f. 1 11 UllO Kit.
luctpiinr lo I. Saup.)
WHOLKSALU AND RUT AIL
FIKKWOKKS, TOV, NOTIONS, ETC.,
IU1 O'liiniurrclnl Avenue, between
Klxlli n:i.l Meventh Hlrceta,
P K O V I S I O N 3 ETC.
nanrai raoxmr rruttn
ATTKSTlOM Hill KNiailM-Th-rewill
bun hi ciil .'iincuv ni Cilia commtnJ.
cry No. 13 Knllm Teiopl.ir at lhn.)l.
inn on .M'l'iair I'Teninie. ism on., ni
o rii.H U, himrp, i r nun, ami to i.e iret arran
nirnt. for llio aiiticipaleil pilgrimace ot tho coin'
mindery. lly order of h. v.
J. f). IlniDCN, Hccorder.
N. II. Fatiiriie dron.
I'llblMieil every iuiii-mIhk, Moutlny
Try tho Java ImpurinI Tea, at Bristol
& S'.UwelVi. 2-ri.tr.
THE LITrLU KENTOCKIAN,
No. f3 Ohio levee, is ie ;lice whoro
they keep tho frehct llsh and game, and
.In llnest winpii, liquors and cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty
llvo cents. Open day and night, ut till
hours. J. E. Paiik, Proprietor.
Mrs. Anna L'ing, on Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has Just received a lino spring stock
of millinery goods, .consisting of hair, bon
nets, ribbons, notions, etc., etc., to which
she aik the nttcntion of the Indies of
Cairo. Mrs. L1111; will tnko pleasure in
showing her iroods to all who will favor
her with 11 mil. 3.'J-lin.
Wo have no he;Hnton in recommend
ing William Ehlers, boot and nhoo maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. Wo
know wherefore wu speak when wo tuy
his work U bono in a masterly in inner nt
the lowest prices. Ho utcs nothing but
tho best of stock, and ho cannot bo excell
ed in tho dolicato task of making an ex
act tit. (iivo him a call at his shop on
Twentieth street, uctwoon Washington
uvenuo and Poplar street, nearly opposite
the court house, and wo will guarantee
Mr. Joseph Metidul has sold his grocory
store, al tho corner of Tenth street and
i atliington avenue, to Mr. .Joseph Bros.
Mr. 1J has taken possession and will im
mediately stock tho concorn with a full
wild complete assortment of tho freshest
and choicest groceries and provision,
which ho guarantees lo sell at prices as
low as can beobtaincd from any other estab
lishment in tho city. Ho ftnllcltt a sharo
of tho public intronage and promises in
return prompt attention and courteous
treatment. 3-8 dim.
Vat Vltr'erald. of tho samnto rooms
has received ula appointment of agent for
tho sale of thi, Uammonjjport, N. Y., Ur-
l.ntin Winn IV. . ' .' . . '
wind, wo havo been
favored Is a sample of Ul0 nUnl,y 0f
theso wines, then we are prevre(1 t( ,
that they aru atnoni: tho best wehkVn eVer
tasted. He has Jut received a largi, con.
slgnment, which he is prepared to sell
l.u 1n. ...... Il......a irn v, . .... 1. .
luntii uluii;i nu lias U1SU Ull Canil a
largo and complete stock of tho various
brands of Iri.h, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of overy variety.
PAIIKKK & lll.AKl-
Parker & Ulako havo added to their
well assorted Paint, Wall Papor and
Window Glass Pttabllihiuent a regular
painting bminess. They havo engaged
Mr. Carl L. Thomas, who bus been in tho
painting builness in Cairo for the last 10
years, to superintend tho painting and pa.
per hanging department, and all work en
trusted to him, or fur which ho may con.
tract, will be duly acknowledged by them,
and will bo executed with neatness and
dispatch. Sign writing, plain and fancy
painting, paper hanging and decorations,
citLnmlnlnir, graining, glazing, etc., done
at reasonable terms. 3-Ctf.
i,oja um n .s.
A ppr'iin t rook "ii a toro boat. Alio,
u uiwii tJ.it MY- A'l'ife
. Niiuto.v, Ht tlii "flic.
Twoiity llori'U' ll.irt.T & Wlilioinui ,)
ygtr ciirtul li uu, b mi In tliu iiiurkoi, f-r
s.tiu liv Siiutiun & llntD.
Mr. E lmn, i l VIII-K iIi;p, wai In thf
il , Si'iVk'.a nt iio.irly nil tliu
tliti jr in J nuliii l'or Initio mi I t'liil-iren
h j p. in. n -it Fruliy, ot U.ickuntou'
U.ruuii, .Musuiun mi I Mnnngevie.
Wo liHVe teen n branch from an applo
trco In Capt. V. P. Halllday'a yard, con
talnlpgliloMoms in full bloom.
Wu will publish the rulua and regula
tions fur tlia gorcrniiitnl of t ho Cniru Ore
department in Tuesday Mornings II f I.
Tho funeral of the Into Martin Smyth,
which look place from the Catholic church
yesterday afternoon, was utlended by i
In rye number of tho friends and acqimint
ar.co of the family.
An old ncuro. it resident of l'ulntki
county, whs arrested by chief Mycn, yes
lenity for stualincn coat. Ho was sont to
the ciilubooio for the short spitco of twen
The "City Shoo Storo." corner of
Kli'hth stleut and Cutmnercial avenue
will next Saturday receive one of tliu lur
gest and tlnest anortud slocks of the cole-
bruted llruliukl boots, shoes, gaiters, etc.,
uvcr brought to Cairo. Tho stock was so-
lectcd with a view to supplying our pooplo
with tho best and most seasonable articles
of tho kind to b found in tho market. Ct
Attention is called to tho new advertise
ment of J. Burger to bo found In another
column of to-day's Bulletin. Mr. Bur
ger will return from the east in a few days
with a large and woll selected stock of dry
goods of ovory description. Mr. B. it one
of our most enterprising business men,
and knows just what sort of goods to buy
for tho trndo in this section.
In order to make room fur his now
stock ol Spring and Summer gnods, Mr. J.
Burger, will dispose of the slock he now
has oil hand at tho lowest possible llgures.
Mr. Burger is now in New York buying
a full stock of new good', which pro
poses to soil at the lowest poisiblo living
On Friday morning, a short tlmo beforo
one o'clock a party of ugr. loldiera broka
one of tho largo puins of glass in tho
fhow window of Mr. Roup's jewelry store,
on Washington avenue, near Tenth street,
and etolo from tho shell on the inside a
quantity of Jewelry, in all of tho valuo of
over titty dollars. Chief Myers was in
formed of tho robbery,but tin thiuves suc
ceeded in making good their cscapo.
At tho rcsidenco ol John Keeso, on
Twentieth street, between "Washington
avenue and Poplar street, at "J o'clock
Saturday evening, March 10th, Mr. God
frid Iteoman, in tbo GSth year of his ago-
Tho funeral will tako placo from Mr.
lieo.'o's residence at 1 o'clock to-Jay.
Friends of tho family arc invited to
Wo aro compelled onco moro to ask our
ronders to oxcuso the small amount of
reading matter in The Bulletin. As is
well-known to many of our patrons, work
men are just now busily 01 gaged in mak
ing repairs in and about The Bulletin
olllco that greatly interfere with and
makes it almost impossible- for tho em
ployes of tho establishment to perform
their work. In a few days all will bo
right again, when wo shall onccavor lo
mako amends for our present shortcom
Tho thief, who several days ago, while
endeavoring to make his escape after hav
ing robbed 11 stranger of some seventy-
llvo or eighty dollars, and was shot, was
yesterday arrcstod in tho house al tho cor
ner of Fourteenth and Poplar streets.
When found ho was in bed, and upon
examination it was ascertained that, whiio
Urn wound ho received is severe, and
inflicts much pain and suffering, it is in
no way dangerous. Tho ball ontered thn
tleshy part of the leg a short d:slanco
abovo tho kneo. He was taken in charge
by Sheritr Irvln and conveyed to tho hos
pital where ho wilt receive medical treat
ment until ho is able to appoar fur trial.
Sberlfl Kennedy, of Pulaski county,
offers $150 reward for tho capture of Wil
liam Boker ar.d Isaac Smith, both colored
men, who broke out of the Pulaski c.iuniy
jail, at Uound City, on Tuesday night lust.
Boker is described as being of dark mulat
to color, medium liiglit and well propor
tioned, and apparently about thirty-Are
years of ago. Smith Is a full-blooded
African, about forty years old, rather un
der medium bight and heavy set. Tho
""aped prisoners wero charged with
H'0 trim,, of murdor, and aro said to bo
dangerou, characters. Tho abovo reward
will be paid forlhB CMmiroofbinh
character., or iw.nty.ii,, dollars Ut
iiltbtsr of them,
Sumutd T. Mason, who U will be remem.
hered was arrested several day, ,ice( oll
stisp'clon of being connected with the pur-
joining or a trunk containing a large
quantity ot valuable clothing from tho I
0. R. R. wharfboat on la.t Monday night
was taken beforo Urons yesterday fur pre
liminary examination. Fro.m tho evi
dence elicited it was apparent that Mason
had been hired by unothor party to assist
him In carrying the trunk from the
wharfboat to tho top of the levee, and
that ho whs in no way implicated In th
s'eil-n.. II' w th-ruftiro ilischargod
ir. in uii-lv. Mu'Oii hu Hi" iipi'car.iiicii
..f mi iione-t tiim, iti i ill lo on pIhmiM
ch iniii tul 'tot.i m ill eil Cimriisliir
X LW 00 iD..
Me-srs. Golds luu it R isoiiwnur, Cum
menial HViliuu, I'ClWculi E.gtl.lll ulid
Ninth fired!, nre imw r.'Ct Ivliiir from tho
east it larg 11.1 I 0 'iiii'liito stock l aprilirf
Mud. ol uvorv vnietv. I nuir stuck voii-
. .. . . : ... . 1...1.. 11
.,..1. ..r till ii.m l.ili'.t ItulllTII! I'l lliiiiir 1 1.
lane and plain diets g.vJs, euch ii.Ua,
saltins, delaines, ntapacit', scarfs, rlbb ms,
utt.ilif, tliro ul', mi', in I'm '0 "a
ir g.-iitloiiian's woir iluy havj thn la.-g-ft
and must cniiip.utu -t -ck ever broaghl
in Cairo, c.iiis.sting f n lull Im i of rca ty
made clotliln, ot every UjfCnpli n,
gain's urnifliin gooj, nits nu unps,
and in fuel any thing ntiJ every thing
that should bo kept In n first class dry
goods and clothing establishment
can bo found at this house. In soliciting
palronugo Mccrit. Goldstlno & Rosen-
water promise that, in tho future as in tho
past, they will sell their goods at liberal
prices and guarantee their cuitomors
prompt and courteous attention. dGt
TUK CtKCUS IS COMI.VO.
Backenstoso's cosmopolitan circus and
menngerie, whoso advertisement will bo
found on tho llrst page of Thk Bulletin,
will visit Cairo on Friday, March 22.1,
and give two performances, al 1 o'clock In
the afternoon, and 7 o'clock In tho oven
ing. Tho Helena ' Clarion ' contains the
following complimentary roferenco to this
Backonstnso's c rcu, inenacorio and
mueiim exhibited in thlsptitcu laslTiiurs
day, and hud it full liou-u both dny mid
niu'lit. It wai ciincodoJ by all to bo tho
best and most accomplished company that
over visited here. 1 lie renowned outh
orn favorite, happy Jac'l Liwion, as chief
clown, and ins appearance 111
tho ring is replete with fun
Tho ditl'ureiit rules are all represented by
llrst class nrtiid. Air. Whettony, M,
Cavelll, Mr. Warner, Madame Whettony
aro masters in their profession. Miss Rota
tho Queen of the Air, in her beitttlful
balancini? on the trapeze, presents a fairv
like scene of bouuly and holds the audience
in bronthloss amazement. But tho mutt
wonderful teats ot tho circus urn perforin
oJ on the double trapeze by Millie Grauie,
tlia (Iron .laws) and Hurry Ulark. W
havo never seen an) thing toequat their ex
traoruinary perrormancos. uracle, cut
pended by her feet In mid air,
head downward, and holdln" lar partner,
(weiirhini: one bundled and sixtv nounds)
by her teem alone, presents a wouuutui
feat of strength and agility, and g'vei her
tho tipiiropriatu name ol' " I 011 Jaws."
They would be tin great attractions of
Although, Dr. Backcnstosf has a sup
rior for company, and ho enforces ctrict
discipline, tolerating no protauity, Intem
perance, late hours or auv irregular habits
among his people, and thus the morals
ot his show are, porliaps tho best ot any
traveling company in tho country.
It. LEVY A CO. TAY TUB HIQI1EST MARKET
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of prices paid by H. Levy & Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce.
Lovy fc Co. do a very largo trade In their
line, and il is n well known lact that they
always pay tho highest prices to bo ob
tained in this inarkot. 'I hoy are now
Mink 2 00a 2 25
5 00 a 7 00
2 Ou a G 00
60 a To
Beaver, per pound
HIDES!, I'EK POUND!
Deer Skins 27Ja37j
Beef Rides, Dry Salt IBja'JO
" " Green Salt 'Jal'Jj
Tallow, pjr pound 0a7j
Feathera, " " COuOS
Wool, ' " 00 n 70
Beeswax " " 25a 28
The abovo price list is subject to correc
Wo havo just received a largo stock of
now imported Grovor it Baker's sewii g
machines. They stitch iilikoon both sides.
Wo will sell family and matiufactuiing
machines, with tliu privilege of paying by
monthly installments, giving the purchas
ers choice betwicn lock-stitch and G rover
& Baker's elastic stitch. Remember wo
learn you to run all machines bought of
is. Wo also keep on hand sewing im
chino attachments, needles, silk, btst
sperm oil in bottl-s, or you can bring your
own bottto and have it filled,
In addition to our sowing machine de
partment, wo do machine embroidery,
dress and cloak making, stamping for
either braiding or otnbroidory, and all
dono with block stamps. All orders from
city or country will receive our prompt
attention. All persons wishing anything
in our lino are respectfully requested to
give us a call and seo samples of work,
ISO Washington avenue, botwecn Eluvunth
and Twelfth streets. Postofllco box 228.
S 13 I tu. II. F. GoODYAIt.
THE YOULl)'SJAI!t FOU 1070.
Held daily in every city mansion and
cottage, and al tho cheerful flresido of the
farmer's home awarded to tho Singer
Sewing Machine tho following prize.
Sewing Machine salos for 1870:
Tho Singer Manufacturing Co 127,833
Wheeler and Wilson Manufactur
ing Co 83,208
Howe Machine Co 7i,luG
Orovcr & Baker Sowing Machine
Weed ShwIiiu' Machino Co 35,002
Wilcox & Gibbs Sowing Machine
Flnrenco Sowing Midline Co 17,000
American Button Hole Sowing
M idline C H&73
The above is from jtooni slatemnnis.
tSILK AND LINEN THREAD.
Which will youhuy, p uind of load,
With a sprinkling of threml,
which you ran break with your two Utile, fingers
Or a pound of thrad
Wlivii W unmixed with lead,
That esn Ui, be foun at theSinger'a
"Rency, inger Manufacturing Co., at Mrs.
Kills' millinery atore.
Makkiaoe Guide. -Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
50 cents. Ad I rest Dr. Butt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Klghih Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Seo Advertisement. tf.
uv thi: cAitw r'r iMrmiju n iiknevui.knt
A gr ind ball win l.eij.veii by thy nbovo
sooiciy tin H'Htor M 11 I j oi-enlin;, April
Isi, 111 Stfliocl'a ini.l. Kv i ho iy ot lilt hod
to ciilllit nil I 111 v.- mi elijiuible I'Velillig.
t'OMMiriEK OK AllliANOKMK.NT.-S
Jollll II v t.ili.i, I'. U hiilt'iiiill. L. J
yrne, Jni). W lliiin. Dui'i J, Hah'' 111.
D.t. A. A. WlM.K.nj, if I'lliLAUKLI'lt A.
WILL llKI.IVKIt II Irs (til EKItl'U I. LKUrUIIK
'SUNnIIINK Olt THE I'lllI.i.aorllY OF A
IIapi'Y Like.' at thk Atiieneum
Tukkd.iv Evenixo Mauuh 1 0 ru.
Written word cninvs lo lis as follow :
He will fully. meit all tour expectation-.
Ho Is imiiien.iily and Justly popular. This
season ho has bucti recalled seven or eight
times in tho same course, and tho reports
fro m commillcen as well as of tho papers
arc most enthusiastic. You need havo no
fears in spending ink in tils prahe.'' Tliu
press says, ".Mr. Willetts unites moro fac
tors or elements of tucccs as 11 public
pcaker than most men. Personally
pleasing and magnetic, so to spoak j agree
able, vivacious, and yet distillled in man
ner, versatile in style from gruvo to gay,
from lively to severe now pleasing with
wit and humor, now truly pathetic and tin-
ntfectcdlv devout; exact and distinct In
locution, exquisite In recitation, natural in
his sentiment., utid moit cuiumotMctisiciil
in his doctrine'. How could tho lat lec
ture fall to bo llio best, or full to ru-
commend Mr. Willetts ai tho prince of
good follows and of lectures.'
Wo feel sur; that tliu public will havo
rich treat in Dr. W illetl lecture.
Admission and reserve acnt tickets for
Kile at the usual places.
Lkctup.e Committee, Y. M. C. A.
DEATH Of JOHN E. XAILL, OF JONhSllORO.
Died. On ThuraJuy last at 6 oclock
p. m of bilious pneumonia, Mr. John E.
Nail), In the 01st year of his ago.
Mr. Naill attended the lato meeting of
the directors of the Cairo & St. Louis rail
roid, held at Carbondule, und
went from there to New York
city. It was while on this
journey that he cntitritcled the cold that
resulted in bis death.
Mr. Nal.l was well- known to tho peo
ple of Southern Illinois, and by his d' uth
this portion nf the state has lost one of its
must enterprising and substatitiul citi
zens. The following sketch of his life is taken
from tho Joncsboro 'Gazette of Satur
Mr. Naill was born in Hagor'.town,
Maryland, and educated ut Gettysburg
college In that stale. After receiving u
thorough classical and mathematical
course, he graduate:, receiving tho degree
.... ,1 ...i.l. l X- ..II .
01 4L. -u. wiiu nuiiur. jir 11111 iiuer
Wards reud law in inuoflicoof James Coop
ur, aliorwardi m-'iiibernf C tigress, lie
as admitted to the .Maryland bar, and in
181:5 ciiiie to Joiiesborn vhere hu tatlui
M.'iiooi,nnu renu iiiwa.aii witn unv. w.iun
erty. He has reside I in mis county ever
since, except about one year. In ' U or
'45 ho went to Evausvillc, lud.,nnd form
ed u law partnership wiib Governor Con
rad Baker. He ugiin returned
to this place, wneris ho practiced
his prnfue.i'iii miccu-. fully for some yeais,
and finally went iiuoihu mercantile bu-l-ucs
under the firm ami stylo of Davie,
Naill & Wilcuji. In u lew months lie re
tired from tliu 11 nn und ri up for him-ell'.
Ho was many years iicuvely engage in iho
retail dry-goods business, from winch ho
ama-sod what ho deemed a aiitlicieicy, and
retired. Hm leaves a wile mid a dauguter,
an only child, and numerous Irietiu to
mourn his demise. John K. Naill was
a tr.all of strict morals, never
sworo an oath, or indulged in drinking,
strictly temperate and abstemious in his
habits. A man nf a high setisu of honor,
of strict integrity, of probity, and a thor
ough Democrat. Although somewhat of
a retiring disposition, vefhe ivustruo in
liis friendship nd sociable in his man
ners. We sincerely sympathize with his
bereaved friunds. Thuy have lost 11 fond
husband, an indulgent and all'eetionato
father, and tho co 1 munity ouo of its
brighest ornaments, and Jonesboro one of
her best citizens, whose memory will long
bd cherished for his many virtues.
Tho funeral will take place al the late
residence of the deceased, Sunday at 10
o'clucl; a. 111.
HURNETT & CO.
HIGHEST CASH TRICE PAID FOR HIDE4
Messrs, Burnett & Co.,Tliornton's block,
Tenth street, are prepared to pay tho high
est cash price for articles in their line, as
Prime Mink $1.75 to 2.26
Raccoon 60c to COi
" Musk Rat
10 to 16
4D to !G
10 to 12
5.00 to 0.0b
6.00 to 7.00
" Wild Cat
" Beaver Skins
Green Salt, kip and calf.
9J to Uk
12 to 14c
25 to 35o
For other articles, such as rags, feath
ers, boes wax, wool and tallow, wo will day
the highest market prices.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
NOTICE OP REMOVAL.
Having removed my boot und shoe simp
to tho north sldo'of Eighth street, between
Commercial avenuo and Ohio levee, oppo
site my old stand, 1 invito all my cus
tomers to call on mo in my now quarters,
where I shall keep on bund and muntifuu
lure all kinds of custom-made boots and
shoes, and guarantee in tbo future, its 1
have done in tho past, to give good work,
good stock, good fits and perfect eatisfac
tlm. Phillip Bauoii.
Just received at Bristol & .Stllwoll'a
canned Barlett Pears,Apricots,and Muscat
Grapes. Also a full assortment of best
brands of other canned goods. No, 82
Eight straet. 3-4-tf,
T. B. K.li., pinprletor, cnriioi' 7th street
mid Ciiiiiiiieruil iiM'imio. Cain, III'., I
prepared in ace 'iiitii'idito the public with
liniiril by the il ty, Week nr month, at lower
rato. lliiiu miy nthcr fist-class Iihumi in
the city. I'lu Minns iir.1 nil well fur
nished, light ami airy, good sample tinuns
for tho n -011111 11 iitu ion nf Commercial
agents. The hnti-u Is located lb llio veil
turnl the bu-lness purl nf tlu city witl'ln
olio squaro ol the post nlll.v. -l-U-tf
AlllllVKI) AM) HKPAIITCII.
Hleainer. U hero lloni, Viherelo
'I yruliu Niishville,.,
Mghteu uic.Aik. river.
Wrt'lier N. Orleans,
Coillllielitiil ... N. Orleans... St.
M. E. FiirHyth..Mnuiid Citv.
H.M Sliruvc.St. L011U Ild river.
Kale Pulnam..Sl, Louis l'illsburg.
.Mary Alice... .St. Louis.
City Vicksb'g.Sl. Louis Vlcksbtirg.
City of Alton. Si. Louis New Orleans.
Balesvillo White river. Cincinnati.
Illinois Columbus.. Columbus.
Jim I'isk, Jr...Paducah I'nducah.
Capitol City. . Vlcksburg....St. Louis.
Liberty I New Orleans.
New Bonao'd..Mitropolis...St. Louis.
1IIU MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day nml night, with either lump ur chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and ou usual
lorins, at tho yard at .Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts olle'red 011 favorablo
terms upon application,
II. V. Oi.YPiiAxr,
D. A. Bokek, Oei.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. :M5-ly.
CONDITION UP THE UIVEII-.
Tho rise in tho Ohio hero is gaining
force. The river at Pittsburgh has com
menced rising since our last report.. At
Cincinnati tho river is going boldly on
and a good channel is tho result from there
out. At Nashville tho Cumberland is
falling fn-t, with CJ feet on Harpnth
Shoals. Tho Arkansas river is still fall
ing, with it poor channel lor navigation.
The fall in tho Mississippi has no doubt
got to bo a ste tdy thing. There is only C
feet in the ci.nnncl.
HU.IIXEsS) AND WEATHER.
Yesterday was a day of activity on tbo
landings. There is now plenty of louiiuge
on hand, and plenty of fre ght also
1 Im weather wus cloudy and dark yes
erdiy, wi.h lair prospects of a general
Tho Mary E. Forsyth whose obituary
has been written by varum, reporters has
como to life and is n-'aln a
candidate i"'r public patronage
She came down from Mound
City yotterday and commenced loading
for New Orleans. All of her crew have
not been sclccttd. Sho will bo commanded
by Capt. William Ilutnbleton with Win
McC.dlosh first clerk and Bruce Hunter
second clerk ; the rest of her crew will bo
The Mohawk returned to Grand Chain
after iho balance of her tow which tho
grounded on n wreck while coming down.
She returned with them all right yester
day. Tho City of Alton U on another fast
trip, hhe filled out here and left with i
The Great Ilnpublii! gol away yesterday
morning, with about nil the freight she
wanted, and a cabin nearly full of pnsscn
Tho Nightingale arrived from Arkan
sas river with a small trip. Her otilcers
say there is plenty of cotton there for
shipment to New Orleans but very little
for tho Ohio river.
Tho Great Republic had over two thous
and barrels of pork for ono item of her
freight list from this place, and left about
as many for shipment, which goei on the
Tho Warner and barges arrived from
Now Orleans, and commenced loading ti
go back from here.
The Capital City camo in fromVicksburg
flying light. She added about 25 passen
gers. PHIL. HOWARD,
City Xntloiuil llaiilt Iliillilluir.
.Wpeclal attention paid loordera Irom .eam
oats niKht or dar.sa
As A Remedy. For Bronchial affec
tions and Chronic diseases of tho lungs,
nothing over before discovered equals Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. 004.
Mns, "Whitecomii's HYKUr This arti
cle Is good for ull diseases incident to the
period of teething in children and is sold
for 25 cents a bottlo. lil-d&wl w
For Sale. A cottage on I2th stree:
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
housos complete. Apply to
W. V. Thornton,
Go to No. 32 Eighth street, and get
some of th'i novel and excellent Java
Imperial Tea, and try it, 3-4tf.
imported Malaga grapes ut Jorgon
son's, enrnor of Twentieth street and
Washington avenuo. if
For the best St. Louis lagor in tho
city, go to Blankonburg's Excelsior sa
Fresh St. LouU lager beer Just received
at tho Excelsior saloon. F. Blunkenburg,
Go to Dr. McGauiey for Rattingor's Fe
ver Drops. Wurranted to euro tho chills.
Java Impehui. Tea ut Bristol & Stil
Twenty nicks choice Patna rice fo
sale by Stratton & Bird.
PaulG. Scuuh sells lts.ttlngfi wedl-
W:.M,S AMI'S. mtldlta.
u'M li riCi)UTTi;ii,
iiiHinrler mill W Imlinle Heater 11
WINKS. LI lj ro lift.
TOBACCO At CIGARB.
.tat ni loi 1 he I. .I brumU 01
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Itiiinil4-, Ale. l lllllrreiil Kinds.
75 Ohio Lkvkk,
11 CAIUO. If.l.t.NOPs.
P. M. STOUKPLETH,
acccriioa roma a .Tocaritra
Itecllryrr nml IVIiolpanle Healer In
, t'orrlK" rttlil llninmtlc.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Ohio Levke,
nKkiPpion hand constantly a full eterk 11
lll.l !iiliir-ltv llnnrliiin. It.n unit Miinnnih.
iila Wlii.kles, Kreneh llrindlea, Molina. I O r,
name ami i:aiiiornn winea 1 t,mi
COAL I COAL 1 COAL I
DU O.UOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Cotnmercial-av., Fool of Elevcnth-st.
All C al carefully weighed at I he yard on Fair
FULL WKIOIIT WARRANTED.
Cod delivered t.n ihe shori'.i no'lre in an)
iisrt ol it ti.y, pitbpr by ti- htf ton, toe nr rr
I.pa?p ordpr at itiprfP'nn Conimprcl,-t.
he foniof K.IT-nih iret. n .rlM .1 in.
LOUIS JORGE N S E N ,
Dealer Is all kinds of .
STAPLE AND FANCY
I'nruirr's YnrsI niitl Hlnbllnk
Ct. Wdshington-av.'antl Twcntieth-n.
Willi lla Kloomyr ntleiiilniil, low miiIi
ll' derir union, I voluntary einlaolon.
loaanr trmrn, rrmnlorrliirw, ln ol
loer' diary li nil. lass nl memory,
nml Itirentenril ImnrlPiire nml isibe.
illlla, ami a loterrltrn cure In lliiiu.
jplirey'a llniiieintltlc .M- lie .No
THPiily-elKlil. Compo.ed n i. e meet Talna
b.e mild and potent CiiMtiro. tney atrike. a
unda at the roots ot Ihe mill i ton., op I
lem, arrpst thedi.charKe., and I'n.i.rl iiornd
aneriy, lite and vitality to t'l-entlie mn. They
hare cured thousands of c p, Price, Ji i.ei
laekige.of tivelxiie. and a Isrce II rial, which
is rery imiKirtaut iu nbatinal or old cases, or II
per.lngl on. Bold by all druSlstt, aai sent
by mail on uc'lpj ol price. AJlr-.s lluauhtey
Hriecitic llomeoualhic Ued.cl.l. 23., V:l UrJal
way, F. Y. P. JJil'JH.
aiigl.ld' owawly AeJt, Csirj, llhno
II R T II i: N l A
MINERAL SPRING WA
TER Ol Wmikrahn, IVIaronalit,
.I'cnnwledKed cure nf Ilnitlit'a lilsea.o Idalietes
1 opsy, all atlectlons ol Kidney, Illaddrr and
it nary orvaa. also J.ltpr troubli a. H. ? Chirr,
t:-i erjit:caofthe United .Stales, restoirJjpo
hesllii br its use, in sit weeka,
J. W. Willis, general sgent lor the Htate nl Ills
aeii. Wholesale anil Ketail .Supply Depot. 730,
Wabash A enue, Chicago, Illinois. All or 'era by
mail promptly attended lo. Fend for circiilaia,
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
A Private Counsoloi
to the Harried or
those abou (to m.rrr
on the rdi)idoli(icK.
mysteries nml rerelatlona of the aexnal system
wiin ine laiesiiiiscnieries in pruiiiiuiiig aim pin
T Miiik ottsprlng, preserving lnecnipiexion,c.
1'hU Is an interesting work of two hundred .ml
iwi iily'lrur pages, wila numerous engraving.,
n.. rontniiis valuable inf'Tination for those who
ire married or contemplate marriage i still II ia
book t.iat ill. hi lo be miller lo'-'k and key, anu not
it, i carelessly about the house.
-enttoHri) m (flee of poatai'e) forW cent
Addre.a Dr. But I n' Dispensary, No, VI,
Kik'hllislte. t, St. Louis, Mo.
mire In I he Afllli leil anil L'lifnrlunale.
rieljre applying lo the noinrioii. tj acke tn
.drer'l-e iu toe public papers erasing any ('in"k
eiiieipes, peruse Dr, lluit-' work, no mailer
whst your disease ia or how deplorable yum con
anion. Dr. fluits can be consulted, personally or al
mall, ra iliPdn.ae.es mentioned 111 his works,
nrttre, .No. 12 N. Hlghth street, bet Maiket anil
riti-.tunl St Louis Mn. nsytnlwl
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
On Fitter's and I'lmnler'a material, Woo
pumps, f obe ana ang e valves, atop
cocks, chick valves, etc.
Also aaiar roa
rulU Brotbcra Patent Vrjr Oaus Meter.
And Morehouse. Wells A Co'a Autowatii Watar
udlottor and Supply Valve for staaaj bollars.
winTMt'a m.ct, oMimcuL-ATxyv
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