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TUfc CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1872.
fflUI TABLI OF THE ItUKOH CENTRAL R. .
Oa Md after Sunday, Mr 14th, W7I, h follow-njttime-tebl
will (own Ihe arrival and depirt
i ot fauetaftar trelna t Clro
levari-Mall train. dally.........- 4:00 a.m.
Kxpresa, daily ........... SMSp.m.
rrlcl Mll(llly..M-... 3:tS n.rn.
1872. SUMMER. 1872.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
KxpMti 1.00 p.m.
Cairo and HI. liouie Bhoit Line.
Arrive. ......3:45 p.m.
Depart..- . 12:30 a.m.
Mo cheasje of care from Cairo lo 8t. Loult. No
chiBK otrara from Cairo to Chicago. Elegant
ewtaf Room eleeping can on night trains,
i cheeked In all important nolnle.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make threa trip daily.
itavtflu citao I ihyikomoindcitt
m. I At 8:30 .a.m,
At U ...... a.m. I A,t lift) p m.
At 4:30 .....p.m. At 8 p.m,
rintKII way. ccdii i ivf iickvui litr . uv.-.
Will lano.wheuhalled, at any Rood Intermediate
anmngiorpaaeengereor ireigm. noriiti,
CAIRO AND PALHJCAH
The splendid ateamer
(flj B XT IR, Or
Una returned from the East, having pur
chased the largest atocH ol
Bin. Howard Copt.
Ai Cilro DULY, (3iindaya excepied) at
an. Vnr ralrhlor nUIMS apniron noarnur
.sir JAs nior.s, Agl.
PR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
"VFFICE Over M. J. McOanlej's drug atore, I
J d tar corner commercial aienue ami r.ign-
teenth street. JJ'
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
NtncNnr No. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
. tv..hinuion atenueand Wnlnut Direct.
ice 1M Co mmerciaiaTcnur, ni emirs.
Kver brought to thin market.
lie ha a lull lino of
OOLLY VATtOKN PRINTS, '
DOLLY VAHDEN SUNSHADES.
1RHH POPMNS, BILK PLAIDS
A II sorts ot
Summer Dress Goods
Also n full assortment of
ladies' and children's
'SHOES AND CLOTHING'
Of nil Kinds nncl Prices.
EXAMINE HIS MICKS'
Agoodcook. Apply nt The Bulletin
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SKSlDENCE-cornerNintli and Walnut at,
lOBee oornnr Sixlli tret and Whlo leree.
ce hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and p.rn
UNCLOTHING DE P A RTM E N T.-ifii
At No. 81 Ohio Levee.
A largo nnd comploto slock of
If you want tho Lost bonid In
city cull nt.Uio Court House Hotel.
Go to "Wm. Ehlcr's, on Twcntlotli
street, for your lino custom nimlo boots
ond shoes. You can't do bettor. Try
tli c m .
ICE! ICEM ICE!!!
From Wednesday May 1st, tho Ico
wngon will canvas tho city, to continue
during tho summer mont!i. Nonu but
pnro northorn lake ico will bo delivered.
Husk, Loomis, & Co.
Extraordinary Phenomenon. Cin
cinnati, St. Louis nnd Milwatikco Rock
Uccr drawn from tho samo keg nt tho
Thalia saloon oppoilto Tue Bulletin
ofllco. Milk punches cobblers nnd mint
juleps skillfully compounded according to
the most generally approved formula.
For nil tho popular warm wenther
beverages, go to tho Thalia saloon, corner
of 1'Jtli street and Washington avenue.
PnblleAllon OHtcc, nnllclln RnlMlnir,
Swan ic Co.,
Oroido and Milton Compound
Cutlery, Platod Ware, Fancy Goodi, &c
83 Ohio Lovce,
4-231m. Cairo, Illinois.
THE LITTLE KENTUOKIAN,
No. C3 Ohio lovco, is (he place whero
tlioy keep the freshest lUh and game, 'id
tho llnest wines, liquor and cigars, to bo
found in thn city. Dinner only twenty-
llvo cents. Open day and night, at nil
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
tt lvinnyvil f n
EHIDENCFornrr NlneVn.h -treot nn.l and N,w , Chr Jha,, the ChrapoM.
fx Waihlngton aTf nii, near ooiirt lioiir. uf.
I otr the nontoltice. Otlice houri 10 to 1
a.u. and S lot p.m. laniuw.
Ettate ol Slltohell Latnro, decpfts p.l.
The underlgnpd haying l)e-n appointed ad
minlitratrix of the ratal or Mitclif II I.arnrc,
late or the county of Alexander and atato of 1111
noi. dereaed. herrtir slTes notice that aim will
appear belore the County Court of Alexander
couaty, at the uourt House in Cairo, at the July
term, on the third Monday la July next, nt whlrh
time all periom harlng claims ngalnat anid cut tin
are noimaj anu requeaieci to utienu lor the pur-
ttoae ol liatine the anmo adjuated. All per.ona
inaanta io ram raiaieare requeaieu 10 mnice iril
mediate payment to the underaigncl.
Dated thia 7th day of May, A. l. 1872.
8-W. EMILY LAZAKK, Administratrix,
Emma Priest and Thomas W. Prleat, defend,
anto.are notified that on April 27th, 187'.', Sparrow
H. Nickeraon, complainant, filed lux bill io chan
cery vo lorec oe n montage, in uie Aiexnuuer fieurei that Jerr coinnellilnn
rnunlr C reu II Court. Hlale nt llllnoU. ..! il. t uiai eiy compeuiion
aid tuit Is now pendinRin said court. That there.
upon a mmmona was lamed out of the clerk'a of.
tlce of aald court asalntt you, returnable on the
lit Monday in July next to a term of said conn,
then to be holden at the court-house in Cairo, in
laid county and state. JOHN O. HARM AN,
Dated April nth, 1872. Clerk.
Allen, Mulkey A Wheeler, akil'rs for Cornpl'l.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN BANK
RUPTCY. At aaelgnee of E. K. Hall i Co., bankrupts, I
will offer at public auction at the court house
door in the city or Cairo, Illinois, on Wednesday,
the eighth day ot May, A, D. 187, commencing at
ten o'clock, a. ra., the following described prop.
l W- -II i
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
WA.itmriTON A rM'i, Cob. 7th Strkft,
Keep en hand a good iorlment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES.
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' nnd Children's Gaiteim nnd
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell nt tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
Thcr Are alio Drenared to tiionlv f.nlinn nml
Gentlemen with the HKST OF H110P WOHK'.nt
Lots numbered thirtr-ieren (37.1 thlitv.elirlit
(, thlrtynlne 39 and forty 40,1 1 block num
bered alxly-elght l8,) in the city or Cairo, with
improTemanta thereon, consisUng of four tene
ment houses, Ac. Terms, one third cash, nnd
balance In aiz or twelve 12J months with lien
Assignee of K, K. HALL 4 CO.
Cairo, lilt.. April 11, 1872.
Oroen Gilbert, attorneys. 4-11.20td.
Frank Burns, defendant, is notffied that
n the irst day of May, 1872,
Aaanda Burns, complainant, filed her
bill In chancery lor divorce. In the Alexander
county Circuit Court, state of Illinois, and that
aaidauit la now pending la aald court. A aum
tnoaewaa laaued out of the clerk office of aald
court against you, returnable on the firat Monday
wmij uA., .v. m vet ill 'l I i. u ii 1 1 i nr II VO IMS
holden at the Court House In Cairo, In aald
couaiy muu aiaie.
. ... - . JOHN Q. HARM AN, Clerk.
Dated May 1st, 187a. .2dltw4t.
Green Gilbert, eolicitors for coinplainant.
A. N. Cheney, defendant, is notified that on the
14th day ot March, IS72, a writ ol attachment ai
laaued out of the clerk's orhce of the Alexander
County Circuit Court in the Htate of Illinois,
against your eatate, returnable on the first Mon"
in April, 187i,aa the auit of Thomas J. Ent,
....nt, iui .no Bum ui mcj vi nnu accruing in.
terest, which writ has been executed, and sal. I
suit la now pending In f aid court. Unleai you
hfrLPP.on th retnru day thereof. Judgment
will be rendered aealnat Ton. ami ili ii.....u.
aeryed In aald cause required to answer, ami be
dealt with according to law. Dated, March lr.th,
"I?: i JOHN Q, HARLAN, Clerk,
2iit 7 neeier, aii ys lor planum.
Legal notice i hereby given that Samuel Blaals
Taylor and Edwin Paraona, tiualeeaof the Cuiro
wit rropeny, navenieu wieir mil in cliaucery, to
euiorce vendors lien, in the Circuit Court ( Al
exander county, stale of Illinois, against Eliza
beth Fltsgeralil, now Elizabeth CoMtllo, and r.
j,"u' "uauauu. inaisniu uu li now
pending In tatd court ; and that the time and
"'e return of ibe summons Issued ,a
afth.M"Vr" 't Monday In July, a. L. 1872,
Court ll1,T.?L,f.,d,,ouff ,hn 10 b holJ"
Hlinol" C"ru' Ala"lr county, Htat ol
Cal,o',l..yand,U7i?"N Q' "AKMA6!t:'JC:
JStuart & Gholson will
offer on Monday, May 13, a
new line of very Choice Prints;
also a full assortment of Mus
lins, Table Linens, Napkins,
etc., at verv low prices. We
will also oiler a very large lino
of Gents', Ladies' and Misses'
Hosiery, of all descriptions, at
prices that will not fail to at
Wo are also offering a very
largo assortment of Summer
Dress Goods, White Goods
and White Trimmings, Cor
sets, Gloves, Ribbons, etc., at
unusually low prices.
Come and see us before buy
ing elsewhere. M21t
Istateofli. V. H. Cumster, decani,.
The underaig ned having Uen ippoinTj i'i
sniniatrator of the eatate Sf II. P. iP cam.il'
liaola. deceaaed. hereh. vi.. ".
appear before the county cou' t of 'AT.x.ndlr
oLatv. at the court hou.i in i-.i.,. ...."V.a'r
-M!;0?l,"',tllr,, li"nd ,n J""" t ext, Tt
which tine all peraous having tlaima aainst
aald estate are notified and requeaied l Mteu.i
All persens Indebted to said estate are remiei.tr.:
to.anake Immediate payment to the underlined
'lated tills 2d day of May, a. i, l72.
6-ewM Jaa. a. MOKltlH, Administrsior.
leaiii i.r.V7r:i":.,"'A OI 'aciimint waa
Kail, Ureuit o, .Vh ,if" f ,U Alexander
MvouV"'!,"1?:.. ?. ' blt of Jlllnoia.
TVompao", VuiMm 7?,',K ,"'e M,lt ' M
aVewlntwte W aud
aaa said aim lanow i. ,rtii V..""T.:f'n """."d.
Having rofurnlshed this well known
und pupulur boarding houe, on Sixth
stroot, near tho post office, tho proprie
tress would Inform tho public that bho
is prepared to nccommodato tho public
with llrst-cla board und well furnished,
Well ventilated rooms on tho most reaion
ablo terms. Amplo preparations lmvu
linen uiado to accommodate- an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronago so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Uavkney.
The Uoaup or Alpermen mot hut
The Advent oi'Srni.vu Ciih"ken U
Dn. Sullivan, who has. been surfcrlng
from small-pox is recovering.
EvKRYJiopY Intonds to attond tho Sun
day School steamboat oxcurslon'to-dny.
' There are Two Hunprkp whlto Re
publicans In Cairo nnd 0110 hundred nnd
fifty of them nro Liberal".
The Mexican who was scalded by the
explosion ol tho boiler of Gallgher's mill
Is nearly ropnircd.
City Clerk Howlev will bo mnrricd
next month. It Is also rumored that Mr.
Peter Saup propocs to soon become oiiu of
tho army of married men.
TiiECint.LtNF.ss ok Eari.vSi'RINO vis
ited us ngnin on Sunday. Everybody was
The Barclay Brothkiis contiiuio to
pcrsovero in their determination to make
their Washington nvonuo drug storu tho
handsomest in tho Mississippi valley.
The Gallatin Gazette continue; to
strlko its heaviest blows for II. G., and Its
Cairo friends nro applauding it to tho
echo. Go in, Morgan,
There is Now in Proork"" n lively
steamboat tusslo between tho Quickstep
nnd Arkansas liolle. These steamboats
aro now carrying passengers between
Cairo nnd Fnducah fur one dollar, meals
Who can resist the offer. The
Continental Life Insurance Company of
Jhow lork Isiuo Life Policies for 1,000
on any ngo between 10 nnd 1!4, for 6 cents
ndny. W. F. Pitcher,
Gen'l. Agt. for Southern Ills.,
Ice Cream has become tho institution
of tho season, and Phil Snup's the most
popular in tho city. His saloon has be
come, in fact, ico cream headquarters, nnd
it is not tho fashion to ent the luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, l neat nnd tidy, and tho presence of
no questionable characters is poruaittcd in
it. Mr. Saup has, also, always on hand
fresh cakes of nil kinds, candies, notions,
toys, &c, and deserves a continuation nnd
an increase of tho populnr favor in which
his establishment is held. o-7dtf
DOGS! DOGS! DOGS!
On nnd ftftor tho 15th day of May
Inst., all dogs found running at largo on
which the tax has not been paid, will be
impounded und disposed of in accordanco
with tho ordinances of tho city of Cairo.
C-3dtd A. Cain, City Marshal.
Try Wklch'k London Confection
ery, cortktr Commorclal avenue and
Nineteenth stroct, for Fruit, Spongo and
Lemon Cakes, Pies, Tarts und Blanc
Munge, Jollies, Stc, supper parties and
picnics supplied ut thi lowest prices.
New York Manufiicturc.
BEST X1T TJSE.
For Salo by
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 1W) Commercial Avonuo.
yon appear on
will be entered
aarveal In aald r
dealt with acrording
an., rw.. IfarilU
A H. LhDM. dAfanifiinf I. .i.t..i .i. . .
latere!, whfth writ lli, Ue f "i1 """'n
anil ll new pend'oa in i$Z xe? tD
WW Waaler. d .g.'l rU'ueor, judgmVut
aams) aaaia cauae reauhlli'5..'h rnlhee
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th strict
nnd Commercial avenue, Cairo, HI.., It
prepared to accommodate tlio public with
board by tho day, week or month, nt lower
rates than any other first-clim home In
the city. Tho rooms nro all well fur
nished, light nnd uiry, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agonts. Tho houso is located in tho cen
ter of tho business part of tho city within
ouo square of tho post otllco. 4-U-tf
New aud fushlouablu Hats nnd Bonnets
Just received by Mrs. Anna Lang on
r-ignui street. Ribbons, Lacos, Dolly
Vardetu, Trimmings, Velvets, fancy ar
ticle of all varieties frosh and now,
Ladles call and exojnlne our stock bo
foro purchasing ehewhero. Wo consider
it a pleasure to show goods whether you
purchase or not. Kvorythlug is now and
of tho latei. atylei, ta bo aold very low,
Wm. Ehlcrs, ut his shop on Twentieth
street, opposite the Court llouso hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
stylo and variety, warranted to give per
fect satisfaction. Ho keeps genuino French
calf nnd gives his customors nil ho prom
Grand Pic-Niu of tho Cairo Gorman
Turners, at Port Jefferson, Kentucky, on
Ffingst-Sunday, May 10, 1871!. Tho forry
boat is ongaged for tho occasion and will
leavo tho foot of Sixth street precisely at
8 J a.m. and 1 p. m. Ticktt 60 cts.for tho
round trip A good tlmo Is anticipated, ns
overythlng possible will bo donu to make
it Joyful occasion. Coma one, come nil.
Carl L. Thomas,
Committee of Arrangements.
Try the Excelsior. Those who In-
dulgo themselves In luxuries such its St.
Louis Lager Boor, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich WineJ and ico cold Lumonades, all
sweetened with llnostjpluno music, should
call on Fred. Blankenberg,. Ho has tho
coolest, quietest and llnvtt saloon In the
west. Ho has also it fluo billiard table for
tho uso of his guests andjils cigars cannot
bo excel led. 5-lOdlrn
Mr. R. P. Robbins Is tho agent for tho
Protection Lifo Inbiiranco Company, of
Chicago, in this city. In theso days when
It Is looked upon as ono of tho christian du
ties of man to insuro his life, thus securing
to ),U family In tho event of Ills death, tho
iieccurie and comforts of lifo,
11 l h matter of impor
tance to select a company which
I at onco safo and economical. Tho Pro.
tcctlon Lifo Insurance Company i. such n
ono. It is instituted on tho mutual con
tribution plan, a plan by which Uvea may
bo Insured at an expense ho tnmll at
scarcely to bo folt. A membership fo fur
a policy limited to $2,000 is $H 00, or
for a policy of $5,000 $20.00, and the an
nual dues are on tha llrjst $4 00 and on
the last $5 00. For full particulars, appll
cation should bo made to Mr, Robbins.
Wk Have IIkiii Hoi' that there will
bo no bnso ball dissipation this fall. We
would rather bo a dog and bay the moon
than u huo ball player ; or, wono still,
wo would rather bo u radical and vote for
Mr. Roiiertio.v has been relieved from
duty on tho polico force, and Mr. La Huo
appointed in his place. Tho new otllcer
will bo populnr with the people, and not
neglect any of tho duties of his position.
Conductor Cormick Informs us thnt
Commodore Montgomery inndo Capt.
Hambleton very tired tho othor day. Wo
don't know what tho conductor mcan.
Hots alwajH speaking In riddles. Rut we
presume it U another picnic joko.
Mayor Lanmik.v and his good and true
backer, Councilman Wood, propose to
carry the war into Africa, and call tho
vengeance of tho charter upon those mem
bers of the council who have sold any goods
to tho city during tho term of thoir otlice.
Go in, boys! Lot us peo who'll get
The German School picnic yesterday
was n successful atluir. In tho morning
tho littlo school, under tho tcachor
marched through the streots dressed In
gain costume. At the garden, old and
young entered into the sports in n very
hearty manner. The attcmhinco was
We Understand that Linegnr nnd
Pope have bucked water somewhat In tho
Greeley business. They rnthly proposed
to support tho philosopher while they
thoy woro enthusiastic nnd in the nbsenco
of Mr. Munn. Since that time, their en
thusiasm has cooled down, and Muun has
returned home and they must not bo
The Parlor Concert, pronosed to bo
given this evening, at tho rosldenco of
Jir. W . W. Thornton, has bean postponed
until next Thursday ovenim: on account
of tho Presbyterian Sunday school picnic
to-uay. lo-morrow wo shall publish tho
programmo of tho concert.
The Meetinq on Friday night next
will bo a Liberal and Democratic meeting,
in which all the citizens who propose to
vote for Greeley and Brown aro expected
to participate. This Is, wo '.have been in
formed, tho intention of tho gentlemen
who have tho matter In charge, und wo
prcsumo they will mako their intentions
public without any unnecessary delay.
Wk Aoree with tho Mayor in his ro
commendation that u health olllccr should
bo'appolnfed, whoso oxclusivo duty should
bo, during certain months of tho yonr, to
carofully look after tho sanitary condition
of tho city, nnd report to tho Board of
Health from tlmo to time.
Col. Martin, ol thu l'aducnh " Ken
tuckian," called upon Tun Bulletin
yesterday. Years add no ago ta tho Colo
nel's looks. Ho Is as halo nnd hearty in
ho wns how.many years ngo, Colonol ?
when wo knew him In Memphis. Ho Is
now exorcised over loud oru discoveries
near Golcondn j und wo should judgo irom
tho specimens exhibited to us, Im has
struck oil at last. Wish yon n fortune)
The Recent 1ikcihion of police
alluirs In tho city council has not had un
Injurious effect. On tho contrary, it has
had u vory salutary o fleet, and thn ordi
nances nro being enforced with u groat
ueuloizeal. Ilio sidewalks nro clear of
obstructions, and tho streets nro also be
coming pusiablo. A littlo porseverence in
tho courso now being punned, and wo
shall have it model city and tho reform
government Minll again icst under our
A Ointi.ema.v, who is much Interested
In tho subject of narrow guago railroads
writing to us from .Mempljla In ruforeneo
to tho narrow gunge railroad convention
to bo held In St. Louis on tho 1'Jtli of
June, next, says: "Wo feel very great In-
terest in tho succeas of this system, be
came thoy aro tho only roads wo aro ablo
to build. Tho St. LouU and Cairo road
should bo extended through West Tennes
son either to Now Orleans or Ship Island."
Tho extension of this narrow guago road
In tho direction Indicated will not long bo
delayed, After it completion between
At. Louis and Cairo it will Inevitably
branch out, and givo lt broador guayed
neighbors a deal of trouble,
The Conflict in tho council rnges
lloreoly, aud tho Mayor's Party, headed
by Col. Wood, floats n vlcloriou banner.
At tho Inst meeting tha chair decided that
It was unparliamentary to lko n proposed
ordlnnnco from the tablo wlioro It had
boon laid by a motion nt n previous moot
Itig,nnd on an nppenl from this decision, tho
chair wns suslnlncd. Shndo of Gushing!
Rut wlwn tho object is to carry u point
who cares for the right or wrong of any
The IIuhiness of the polico coutt yet
tordny wns numerous, ns follows :
M. Genrln, drunkenness j nrrcstcd by
Bllllngsbyj lined $2 nnd cost". Jail,
Danlol Largo, disturbing the ponco by
disorderly conduct j flnod $6. Jail, ton
Daniel McAlllstor, immoderate driving;
fined So. Jnil, ten days.
Daniel Mosser, immodorato driving;
fined $5. Paid.
Chus. Johnson aHas Harry Wilson,
abusing Amanda Green ; II nod $6. Jail,
Ja. Wulkor, whipping his wile; lined
$5; Jnil, twelve dnys.
Mollio Bridget, drunkonness and disor
derly conduct raising Old Ned; lined
$1C. Jail, twenty days;
John Kelly, drunkenness; lined $3.
Jail, eight days ;
Georgo Teaser and Henry Vincennes,
disturbing tho peaca by offensive conduct.
Teaser, $6; Vincennes, discharged.
Maggln Smith, keeping n plnco for the
practice of fornication. Discharged.
Thero woro several other littlo case", all
of which Judgo Uross disposed of in his
usual neat and expeditious manner.
On the Day of Greeley's r.otninntlon,
Copt. Halliday proposed to bet any Grnnt
man 1,000 that Greeley would beat Grant,
if Grant should bo nominated by tho Phi
lndclphln Convention, nnd nobody covcod
The PadTtah Kentcckian cnunlly
"Oberly, of tho Cairo Bulletin has
bought him it Greelev hat. an old white
coat all buttoned down before, has joined
a Greeloy club, wants n Greeley ratifica
tion meeting, drinks Grveloy whisky nnd
ocer, nnu announces that no is lor (ireeley
ngainst tho field democratic nomination
or no democratic nomination. Wo know
that man U eiitliiHed."
Wo huvo not got that littlo old hat, yet,
but plead guilty to a weakness for It; nor
tho coat; nor tho whisky; nor the beer;
still wo aro "enthused," nnd nro for H. Ot
against the world.
M. IlOR.vn, proprietor of tho Merchants'
bonding house, comer Commorclal and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, nnnounces
that ho is now keoping n flrst-cla.s hotel
nnd boarding hotiso for tho accommoda
tion of regular boarders or tranclont
guest. Ho has accommodations for
eighty to ono hundred pooplo j his table is
well kept, his rooms light and niry, and
not n bed in the house that has not cither
a set of springs or a feather bed. 2-31 w
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho samplo room
has received tho appointment of agent for
tho sale of tho llntnmondsport, N. Y., Cr
oatia WIno Company's wines in this city
If tho bottlo with which wo havo been
fnvorcd is n sample of tho quality of
theso wines, thon wo aro prcpnrcd to sny
that they nro among tho best wo havo ever
tasted. Ho has just received n largo con
signment, which ho is prepared to sell at
tho lowest figures. Ho has also on hnnd a
largo and complete stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch nnd Amoricnn
whiskies, nnd wines of otery vnrictv.
A Sad Fallino Oct. It is indeed n
sad falling out when, after tho closest in
timacy, tho hair parts company with tho
head. Fortunatoly tho lamentable sepa
ration may bo easily prevented and tho
twain moro closely united than over by a
timely and systematic uso of Lyon's
Katiiairon, tho most potent invigorant
of thu hair nnd promoter of It growth and
beauty known to human pharmacy. It
completely obviates tho dry and parched
condition of tho roots of tho huir, which is
preliminary to its coming out, by supply
Inir tho precise degree of moUturo requi
site to its preservation to a healthy stato.
It is tho only truo dissolvent and evapo
rant of dandruir and othor impurities of
tho scalp, whoso presenco is injurious to
tho hair. Asa beuutiller of tho head tho
Katiiairon has no equal. It not only in
creases tho quantity of tho hair, but im
proves its quality immediately, Imparting
a lustrous nppearapco and silky texture
which uro exceldingly nttractivo.
a-8 deod A-wlt
1U VERNE WS.
II I fl MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day ami night, with either lump or rhet
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, 1.
Special contracts ollerod on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Ol.YI'IIANT,
D. A. Hokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. U-lfj-ly,
HlcMiier Anna, St. I.ouls.
" Jdluwild, Evan.vlllo.
" Arlington, Cincinnati.
" Grand Tower, Memphis,
" M. J. Wicks, N. Orleans.
" Miniieoln Clnclniiuti.
" Capitol City, St. Louk
" Mary Alice, St. Louis,
' Mtulllo, I'iitHburg.
' Illinois, Columbus.
Jim Fink I'aduoili,
John Tollo, ,N. Orleans,
Steamer Anna, Cincinnati.
' Idlewlld, Kvun.yille.
" Arlington, Hi, Louis,
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" M.J. Wk-ke, St. Louk
" .Miiuieola, Memphis,
" Capitol City, N. Orleans,
" Mary Alice. N. Orleans,
" Mtulllo S. Amorica.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fiak, Paducah.
" John F. Tollo, St. Louis.
iioath to Leave.
Tim Doxlor Is tho Now Orleans boat
havliiK to-day, at 6 ji.m, Thn City of
C'heMor Is the roKtilar packet fur Mem.
phis, and all way points, nnd will back
out nt 6 p.m. Tho favorllo Hollo Mom
phis will bo found nt tho whnrf this even
ing, bound for St. Louis. Shu Is tho
regular packet. Tho lowprossuro Quick
step leaves for Evansvllli', nnd pnason
gors can bo ticketed to nny point on tho
Ohio river. Sho departs at f p.m. Tho
Jim Flskjr., is tho daily fi o.cjoek packet
CONDITION OF THE RIVEH.
Hero tho deciino In tho rivor continues
and tho channel will soon bo down to tho
old stand point, Tho Ohio river Is fall
ing from Pittsburg to its mouth, nnd it is
useless to predict when It will end.
The Cumberland and Tenncssco rivers
ore falling, nnd nro down to n shallow
1 ho Mississippi Is reported rising again,
but it is slowly, and thu channel will not
bo Improved a great deal.
Arkansas nnd Red rivers cotitlnuo to
DUBININS AND WE A I HER.
There was u fair amount of business
transacted at tho landings yesterday
At present thurc is not much freight on
The weather was just cool enough ftr
It was reported on tho streets Sunday
that tho steamer Idluwlld had exploded
her boilers, killing it number of persons.
Tho report was both falso and malicious,
and the individual who started H knew so
nt tho time, Tho Idlowtld is olllcorod by
Canlleld and experienced men, and is ns
afu n boat as there Is ontho river', and
her crew would havo put a hoad on tho
party had he been known and found.
Tho queer-looking South American
steamer Musillo arrived from Pittsburg
yesterday witli it fair load. Shu has it
long und rather dangerous journey before
her. Sho is intended to run In .ome river
in South America.
Tho Arlington dlchargod about 7r. tons
freight and had a good trip nnd loW of
passengers for St. Louis.
The John Kyle caino out with u good
trip and made a few nddltions hero.
Tho (ion. Anderson camo in from Ton
nesee river with it bargo half loaded with
staves and lumber. Captain Chapman
says business is nbout "plaved out1' on
that rivor on account of low water, und
that rain U needed badly in that section o
Tho Idlewild had n slim trip of freight
but a large number of passengers. Tim
snag boat, S. Thayer, passed up for Mourn
City to lay up a short time. Tho littlo Co
ra Hollo goes below to run in sonm. South
em stream. Tho Ironsides had a big tow
of iron oru for the Ohio river. Tho (.'aid
Ml City, arrived with a good trip for tho
John Winston, cah!or Iron Mountain
Railroad, al Belmont, has gone to Callfor
nla on a ploauro trip, nnd will remain
thero n couplo of months; during his nb-
fenco his place Is filled by Chnrley God
din, formerly nn old Calrolte. Charley
wns up yesterday on n abort visit to see his
!ly Xntlounl linuk Ruddlng.
SV.H.ecial attention paid to orders Irom steam
oats niuht or day.
Our Homo Advertisements.
HJON OF THE
Tho Arlington Garden, n delightful
placo of resort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents have been snreud on the i?reen
sward, a high, close fenco surrounds tho
garden, and ladies and gentlemen may
enjoy tno iineitoi ico cream and the cool.
ct of lemonade, freo from tho public gaze
T. 11. Ellix, Prop'r.
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. OHKKI.Y A CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Wiu-hmgton avenue,
All kinda of Rinding nnd Hilling done at tb?
sery lowest nriccs. Having engaged the item
ecu f Sir. Huels, who lina had many yar
experience Hi one. of Ije-t Hinder! f St. I.iillls,
. . r " -siiwnem, e run coif
lldently promise our patrons wnrleeiiiial to that
ui nur miuiery in me. west.
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
COHNKfl :i2l)-STItr.i:T AND OHIO I.KVKa
"" i'. s-JAMiii.i;
0 C A I. R a IN
I BOAT BTOEE3 j
a r o c k it i e a ,
"provisions K T C.
Cilia Letek : i Cairo, III.
nniirai ruuum.T in ico.
wk IBBHa 'at
71 OHIO, LKVEE,
Wholesale and Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
Wn keep n lull atoelt of Pure llrugs nml
Also a complete line ol toilet ailielea, im
p'irted ami American Hoapv,
Together with a large as-ortment or liruinL
ATTACI1M ENT NOTICE.
iJV ' -'. lr-iilntt. is notified that on the
!Hli day of April, UU. a. writ ol ntlacliment vn
Issued out of theeleik'a im.oe of the Alexander
eouuty I'iicnll court, in tho Stale of llllnola,
against your eeUle, returnable ou Ilia lirat Mon
day of July, IS7-', at the suit of William A.
Ilugliea, planum; (or tho anm of ao7.w t which
wnt hn Ixien executed, and aald auit la now pend
Ing In snld rouri, Unleaa you appear on Ihy re.
turn day thereof, Imlgmiot will be r""',1
nualnat on. i(.m uiumahea eerved In aald
i-aiiau required to anawer and ba.f,'1" w" ae
.oidliigloluw. ,MlAN. Cle,k.
Allen, Mnlliey iV'heeler, 'T. 4-IWwtw.
An etliM'tiial preventive of Cholera, Typhoid
l ever, Mnall.l'oj, froilet Kever, Meaaen, Cat
tie In-en.e, and all pestilential and contagleua
dlsesse. It la put up in pastlioanJ ranoua, Hie
lnpofv.hleheontaln perrorallona, from whleh
it eu Im. iprinVled as from n pepper box. Hold
by, 1IARCI.AT HIKM.
'I he retail price is 25 renta per paekage,
(Prrweeilums of the Hoard of llealth-Omclal.)
Orrirr llutRU or HiiiTii, Hr, LorM.T&l Msy,
s;i. The resident ph) sleians states thai he baa
used, in the city hospital, the carbolic ecul
iwder. and funis it the be.t illalnfeclaut and
detto)er of bugs, anl, cockroitehes, Ac, ol
uhleh he has knowledge. Tour committee re
eoiiimuiids the purchase of this powder for Use
in the hospital-,
(Sij!ne. It. 011R1KN,
Clerk Hoard ol Ueallh.
Wearenon In receipt cfa flesh stock ot
For the action i also a full line of
Aud l'jiiiliri Maleriali Keacrallj
Do you with to receive all the benenoliii uf
the celebrated i
eerjiiLUE lick, kv.
Without the expense of a trip to those resorts.
If m.appty to lis, We receive these watera d
reel frem the sprioKs, an) are prepared In lur-iii-h
them pine, ICK COl.D. Freali and Liivly
from our counter. 1'eraona living at a distance ,
or who wlali to havo thu water In their house.,
caabe supplied withr)ralOKa;in bottlea, and Ulun
Lick in bullies, krs and iirels, Call and set
a circular In regard to the medicinal virtue of
these noted water-,
UiC. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
lias on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that he is de-
termined to sell every article
nt prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-ty and
exanuno coot s find nnces. ILn
will satisfy you both as to qual
ity and cost.
WOOD WOOD I! WOOD 1 1
The uudorMbrued will furnlah f
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Clirap, If not 'brnier
han any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave orders
lard, on timmerclul uveuue, belweeu Tenth and
twelfth alreets. Cairo, lllmoli. I ljle aood
measure and wil curd the wood up If deaired.
unulU-tl DKNNIU HALEY.
1'ARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Fully, Beualase, flaaullue,
And Ilia celebrated illuminating
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