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aIRO BUSINESS HOUSES
fteH.- a ny mlnf firm tmw thnm line
Uhcnlt of n.V t moatbor Hi year
II KM war. IMTN Tin Ware,
a. IIAi.LKY-taleTiar'tove.Tlnnil Hard
ware, Maids and I annrm' la-iplerienta, Win
4nods, Itefriucrstors, finnpa and l'Mi-rn.
H i liommarclat Arcane. Muttering, and Job
Work doiia oa anon notice.
.. S.MoOAIIKYIealer In hard aal soft lam
mr. Boortnc ml I ox. sidin anil surface
tumlicr, lalh ami shingles, office and yard
rorwr Twentieth sin aul Washington avenue1
LANCASTER A ItlCK-Oeah-rs In iuuh
tbmrs. Mind, !, . hnrd and eoft lumber an
thlngle. Vard ana office, Oinnirrelal avtuue
'oruer 1 7 th street.
1. II AHTM AN liealer In Oocensware. Tnva
I .amp and all kinds of fancy articl-s. toimner-
;ai avenue, corner Aa iuwi.
WILLIAM WINTni!-Sitli street Ixtween
I'ominerrlal avenue and Washington avenue.
lothlng and Wrrrhanl Tallarln;
.Hilt S AM KIM -Merchant Tidlor anl dealer
la Hearty Maile i:iu(linK- 78 Ohio lvw.
kl Kalnlo lnrl
M. J. IIOWLKT-llfnl KaUt! Agent. Knys
and arils rial MUW, collects null. ys talc
lor non-n-Milents.rtr. Commercial avenue, l-
i w ei-n mm anil j rnui Pumfl
I . J J J . L XI- J .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
The Shortest and
St Louis & Chicago
The only Road Runniag Two
DailyiTratns from Cairo,
Tralna Leave Cairo
2 20 p.m. Kant Kxpreis, arriving in SL
Louis b-') p. m.; Chicago, 1M, a.m.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VILLE FAST LINE
Arriving In Cincinnati 8:10, 'mm.', Louis
ville, e:i5, a.m.; Indianapolis, 4.13 a.m.;
l'aasengers by this train arrive at above
OF AMY OTHER KOUTX.
llUiO p. m. ant Mail with sleeper attach
ed. for ST. I.OL'IS and CHICAGO,
arriving in Ht. Louis at :: a.m. Cht
I'ttio it 4.:t0 p. iji. Connecting at Odin
or Kltingham lor Cincinnati, Ixiitville
FAST TIME EAST
Passenger by this line go through to
the Kat without any delay caused by
The SATURDAY AFTERNOON TRAIN
FROM CAIRO ARKIVK IN NKW
VoHK MONDAY MOBi'lN'U
36 HOURS IN ADVANCF
OK ANY OTHER KOl'TK.
Advertisement of eonipetinr linos that
they make better time tban tills one, are
are issued either through ignorance or a
desire to mislead the public.
For through tickets and iniormatlon,
apply at IllinoisOntral R. K. Depot, Cairo.
Oen'i Southern Agt.
J. IL.'oxes, Ticket Agt.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
tie laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, lias one of the best conducted laun
Jry establl-shmcnts in the city, and land
.nrds of hotels and boarding- houttes will
3 ml tt to their advantage to call upon
To all who are sutleriuf from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charcre. This great
r. meUy was discovered by a mlsMouary
in South America. Send a self-ad-dreiSSed
envelope to the Rev. Joeph T.
Innian, Htation D. Bible llouge, New
Ilollowny'a Fills and Olnf mriit.
Scroiula was considered Incurable until
he great discovery of "Holloway's Fills
uudO nient" flashed upon tbe world.
Diseases which battled the bk ill o( the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
Ichi remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptious
are curable by them. Tweuty-tive cents
per box or pot.
Steady for Buaiueaa AbhIo.
Kdiior Bulletin : I take pleasure in
calling the attention of the public to the
tact that I have rebuilt and re-established
the Union Bakery on tbe site of
the building lately lost by lire on Com
mercial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixth streets, where I will be pleased to
welcome all mj old patrons as well as all
who desire a good article of Dread, cakes,
confections, etc. ' Frank Kratky.
Jet! Brown has taken charge ot the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
liampert. Jeft Is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give him a
call and EatUly yourselt. tt
IIaqan's Magnolia Balm preserve
and restores the complexion , removes
freckles, tan and sallowneas makes the
skin soft, white and delicate. Iti appU.
ration cannot be detected.
I.vom's Kathairom inakM beautiful,
flossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its tidi
ng out or turnliiK gray. It baa stood
the test of 40 years. Ia.cbarnilngly per
fumed and uai no rival. ,
JO Q HOURS
A8CALON LODQB, KO. U.
Knlatita of Prthiaa. Sparta er Tri
day nUht at haa-pMt swen. in Odd
r chows nan. 1 nowi,
AI.KXANDRR LODOB, WO. KM.
r k . Indtwadeot OnV of Cdd-FeN
(a J lows, ntrru every Thnrsdkf niKbt
i ii at bair-poMaevcsi, la ineir ni oa
.Vrnintermal avenue. Mwm Mth and fleventa
rU WILL K. IlAWaiNM, If . U.
AlltO KNCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F.. fneett
kJu udd-rellows' Hall on the Brat and third
i ucwiay in every niontn, ai aair-pasi seven
A. Coaunws, C P
a CAiKutiOnuK. NO.crr.A.r. A. m.
fkr repmlnr communications la Ma-
7af sonic Mall, corner Commercial arenae
' 'and r.iirnth strw-t, on ue sooni ana
Durlt Monilev oreanii saonm.
HATKA OF ADTEKriSJINM.
tf-AU bills for advfffUsinf , are due and pay
able 1st adtamcbi
Transient advertising; Will be Inserted at tbe
rate of 11 09 per square for the first Insertion
and 5" oents for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be mail on standing and displ
or insertion Funeral notice 1 00 Notice ol
meeting of societies or secret orders SOrfUfor
C'hitrr.b, Hoeisty, Festival and 6uper notlies
Will only be Inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be received at ha than
So oents, and no advertisement will lie Inaerb-d
for less tban three dollars per month
Of one square (8 lines space) or more. In
serted in the Bt'LLETix as follows : (Is
than one soutre counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ CO
Two Insertions per square. "5
Tliree Insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square .. - 2 50
One month per sqnare-. 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1877.
lwxxzs.oaxxoo m on tm ,
M annoanrenamt will s Inaerteid
In tnc MnllellM nnleaa. the) mssry ne
rompMHlea toe aamo. Thla rule 'Jn
Imnrralite. KATKS) Asssaarr
! f r rlty UIMrra, &4 ; AlaleruiMB,
For City ClerU.
We are authnrited to anBOunca Jam W .
Stewart a a candulate x re-cleeuon to Uie of
floe nt City Clerk at the aproachtag charter
lection. d .
Kditor Cairo Bulletin:
hnv sav to tbe voters ol Cairo that, vieldlnff
to the solicitations of many friends. 1 1 am a
candidate for the offlna ol citf rJerk, at the ea
tuinr election. I need not assure tho who
know nuetbot I will, if elected, devote my best
efforts to a faithful and salUUetory dUctiarre of
tbe duties of tbe posiUoa. lours iruiy
r ud, o. eat. in,
Far City Tresserer.
V ore outborited to announce F. M. Stock?
fllh mik a mndidalc for re-election to tlie oMicc
of City Treasurer at tbe approaching election.
For Folir Haarlslrale.
as aeandldateal the ensuing cliartcr election
Iwr roiios juoguirnie.
Weareaiithorlied to annonnce John J. Bird
a a candidate for re-alection at tlw eoroiag
charter election to the ollii'e of l'oiice Mai
trole. cuiiua ui i.hiniii ' m " " i
name as a candidate for the oluce of; l'oiice
Mniriirtrate. at the next inuni iial elertinn.
T ... h fttjuaA .nnnliliM ntV
l.eead Waailser Keir.
Caiao. III.. March 21 17.
Tins. I ba. j Tua. I Wim. I Vac, j Watu
30. 04 1 37
,I.HM"! j (41
fierteant. 81k Lai bervUv. V. 8. A.
Mrs. F. Weil is Belling her household
furniture at private sale. 3S Tenth street.
We will pay no bills for goods or mer-
ehandise purchased for the Bclletin
by any ol the employes, unless the pur
chase Is made on a written order signed
by the pref Ident or secretary of the com-
m a tt
pany. cairo xiullki cu.
l ine Reaidenee for Male or Kent.
The very desirable projRTly known as
he "Aubrey property," corner ot Hol-
brook avenue and Twenty-second street.
or sale or rent on easy terms. Apply
, 3-C tt. ' B. F. Blakk.
Winter & Stewart having Jnt received
notice ot a consignment of miitiU carpets
from New Ycrk, and upon their arrival
will be pleased to exhibit the same to all
callers, and solicits the patrouagc of all
in want of such articles, guaranteeing
good qualities and extreetuly low prices
Dr. W.C.Jocelyu.a graduate of the Mis
souri Dental college, desires respecttully
to inform the public that he is prepared
to do everything pertaining to his pro
fession. To treat diseases of the mouth ;
to lusert cavity tilling lit the most
thorough manner; to make artitlclal
teeth In the moat workmanlike style ;
to correct irregularities; and to extract
teeth absolutely without pain, using the
nitrous oxide gas, which is pleasant and
harmless. Prices are low. Office on
Eighth street between Washlngtou and
Commercial aveuues, Cairo, Illinois.
The Trad H'liida
Are produced by the diurnal revo
lution ot the earth, extending from 20
deg. north to 20 deg. south of the
equator; and sailors hall with Joy
their advent into them, after being tempest-tossed
and worn, as productive of a
season of rest. For weeks they some
time do not touch a sail, bounding home
ward through fields of sea weed alive
with minute shell-flab, and observe the
play of the grampus, porpoise, bonUa,
and the tcrrltied flight of ;the flying fish
from the latter. How much moro de
lightful tben must It bo to guide the
bark of poor humanity Into the . trade
winds of health out of the head seas of
disease and sutler lug, and make life's fu
ture a pleasant voyage i Yea, such can
be eflected by uaiug the Home Stomach
Bitters. 3-21 n
. Weather pleasant.
Tbe police courts were uninteresting
Judge Bross adjourned county court
on i uesday evening.
The chain gang was at work rt pairing
the Fourth itreet sewer yesterday.
M. F. Gilbert, Esq., Is at Jonef-boro
attending the Colon county circuit court
Mr. Peter Cuhl Is buildinir a fine new
barn on his premises on Twenty-third
Remember the tobacco sales at the
Farmers' and Planters' .warehouses to
The Ohio river was about stationarv
yesterday. The late rain will not affect
the river any at this point.
The Public Library will be open on
Saturday, and persons desiring to take
out books can do so at that time.
Tramps are becoming numerous again,
and it will soon be time for the police to
give them their orders to leave.
J. Y. Clemson, of Caledonia, was in
the elty yesterday. Mr. Clemson Is one
of the leading men ot Pulaski county.
Remember the public examination ot
the schools will take place next week ;
and it is hoped the public generally will
Always keen on hand, as delav in
creases suffering. If vou have a cough
or cold ue Dr. Bull's cough syrup. It
will cure you. Price 23 cents.
A new awnlnz In lront of C. W. Hen
derson's hardware store, is among the
"new Improvements" on Commercial
Mr. O'CallaLan is excavating prepar
atory to putting down the new founda
tion for a new brick building at the cor
ner of Commercial avenue and Fourth
The "Hurd property" on Seventh
street now owned by Mr. Bird, is under
going repairs, and when completed will
be one ot the finest residences on that
There is a largo force of carpenters at
work on the new freight housa for the
narrow gauge railroad, and the building
is being pushed to completion with all
Mr. Thomas Lewis is making an active
canvass for the office of police magistrate.
Mr. Lewis is one of the class of men who,
when they want anything, they are not
afraid to work for It.
Wanted A good blacksmith one
who understands irenlng wagons and
buggies ; also one good plowmaker.
Good wages paid. Apply to
3t Major St Tkasikr, Cairo, Ills.
The revival at Rev. Nelson Rlx
church, corner of Walnnt aid Fifteenth
streets. U still going on, and . the way
ttte sinners are being "gathered in" is a
caution. As a revivalist Rlx la a sec
The big steamer Grand Republic was
at the landing yesterday, and took on
considerable freight here. She left this
port with nearly three thousand tons.
It is claimed she will carry four thous
It is not uncommon for one neighbor
to ask another : "How do you get
through your washing so much quicker,
and make your cloths look whiter than I
can?" Answer: "I uaeB. T. Babbitt's
Best Soap." '
G. II. Brady, Champaign ; R. Levi,
Cincinnati ; F. nohendale, II. J. Sylves
ter, St. Louts ; II. IX. Spencer, Mound
City; John B. Burcber, Kvansville; J.
II. Edgar, were among the guests regis
tered at Herbert's yesterday.
Lieut. Allen of the U. S. signal seryice
is in the city looking alter the affairs of
the service here. We understand be
will recommend to tbe department the
necessity of issuing two weather bulle
tins dally at this station.
Ex-Vice President Colfax will deliver
an address before tho Odd Fellows of
Du Quoin on the 2Cth ot next month,
and we understand the members ot the
order in this city are making arrange
ments for a special train to run between
Cairo and Du Quoin on that day.
Cards of membership for the Cairo
Public Library, at $2.00 per year, may be
purchased front the Treasurer, Mrs. E,
C. Ford, Commercial Avenue, near
Eighth, or from the Librarian, Mrs. C. C.
Goss, on Saturday atternoon, in the
library room. 3-22-3L
By the lord, these three y ears, I have
taken note of it, the age is growu so pick
ed, that the toe of tbe peasant comes so
near the heel of tho courtier, he galls his
kibe. Would you believe It f The peas
ant as well as tbe courtier, now-a days,
in tbe way ot soaps, will be content with
nothing but B. T. Babbitt's best soap.
Mr. George Corlis has rented a house
in Cairo and will remove his .family here
shortly. We understand Mr. Corlis has
secured tbe house at thj corner ot Sixth
and Levee streets, '.now occupied by Mr.
Henry Elliott, where he will open an
establishment lor wholesaling manu
Hon. J. II. Smart, superintendent of
public instruction of Indiana, vieited our
schools yesterday and expressed himself
as being highly pleased with what be
saw and Iteard. He said our schools
bore a good name abroad and he found
them most descrying of it
An old lady, followed by three small
children, wandered about the city late
last evening in search of a place to spend
the uight Tbsy were without money,
and had it not been lor a couple ot our
citizens who provided and paid for their
supper and lodgings, they would la all
probability have beet compelled to spend
the n.ght in toe streets.
We understand Mr. John Hacker was
married a day or two since to a Mist
Posey, a niece of Col. G. W. McKealg of
this city. If it is true that John has
taken the "awful step," we extend to
him our best wishes ; and at the same
time congratulate him on his good luck
in securing so excellent a lady for his
Prominent among tbe arrivals at the
St. Charles yesterday were Wm. Nichols,
Rockvllle, lud.; J. M. Thonnerakec,
Pittsburg; Ievl S.imbtirrelte, Memphis;
W. V. Smith, New York; Ja. W.
Beaumont. Philadelphia : ILmrv Powell.
Cincinnati: L. T. Stanley, Indumopolis :
C. A. Neeley, Bolivar, Ttnn ; G. R.
Lodge, Wm. Wilkinson, Chicago ; Chas.
II. Johnson, St. Louis.
Mr. Henry Wels, of the firm oi J.
Burger & Co., lelt the city jesterday for
New York. Mr. Wels las been In
failing aealth for some time and he roes
to New 1 ork In tho hope ol recovering
his former good health ar1 strength.
He will remain in New York for six
month, and if at the end of Jiat time he
has sufficiently recovered, he will return
to Cairo. Otherwise he will remain In
I always have boon and Mill nm nlo
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm
Wood's Fever Pills. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by me, will
be prosecuted to the lull extent of the
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
bwoboda's, F. llr aly's, P. O. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold inCOct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
d&w-tf. . Dr. Wm. Wood."
We know ol a couple of men who are
laying themselves open to be charged
with complicity in the burglaries which
have oesured In the city lately. Whether
they are guilty, we are ot course not able
to say, but that their conduct Is suspi
cious and calculated to "make people
talk," is beyond dispute. This thing of
loitering about out of the way places
and noting the surroundings ot neigh
boring houses don't look right and peo
ple get tired of seeing It done.
Prominent among the guests at the
Planter's House yesterday were C. U.
Comitock, Chicago ; F. R. Smith, St.
Louis; F. O. Dudley, Chicago; Thos
Polster, St. Louis ; H. A. Dubois, Cob-
den, Ills , II. W. Golding, Chicago ; T.
E. Javett, St. Louis ; G. A. Cruzsr, Pax
ton, Ills.; U.S. Griffith, Columbus, lad.;
Lem Dolesen, Vlncenne, Ind.; Frank
Chapman, Carbondale, Ills.; Geo. Stew
art, St. Louis ; E. Williams, Columbus,
Ohio ; R. JL Dement and T. G. Brown,
By Invitation ot Capt. Thorwegan a
party of about twenty'couplcs assembled
on the elegant steamer Grand Republic
last evening and Indulged in a social
hop. Among tbe ladies and gentlemen
present were John Alsthorp, Jas. Phil
lis, Will Hughes, W. Drlprs, Harry
Hughes, Mr. MHburn, Sam Foster,
Frank Howe, B. F. Blake, CM. Howe,
and a number ot others. Among the
ladles were Mrs. B. F. Blake, Mrs. C. M.
Howe, Miss Lucy Wilson, Miss Josie
Phillis, Miss-Anna Pitcher, Miss Jessie
Phillis, Miss Daisy Robbins Miss Carrie
Ungles and many others well known in
Cairo society. The dance was kept up un
tilt wclve o'clock, and was participated in
by a number of the lady and gentlemen
passengers on the boat. Capt. Thorwe
gan and the officers of the boat were
present, and with characteristic kindness
and attention to their guests made the
afiaironeot the pleasantest of the kind
that ever took place iu Cairo.
The following bill has been Introduced
in the legislature and Is now on Its third
reading iu both the house and senate.
The bill Is ot considerable importance to
the people of Cairo just at this time.
I be bill is as follows :
Suction 1. Be it enacted bu the People
of the State of lttinolt, represented in the
General Assembly, That section two (2)
of article lour (4) ot an actof tbe General
Assembly of the State of Illinois, en
titled "An act to provide for the Incor
poration ot cities and villages," ap
proved April 10, 1372, lu force July 1,
1S72, be and the same is hereby ameuded
so that it shall read as follows :
Sec. Z. At the eeneral election held In
1S77 and biennially thereafter, a Mayor,
a City Clerk, a City Attorney and a City
Treasurer shall bo elected in each city:
Prodded. 1 tint no person shall be elected
to the office of city Treasurer for two
terms in succession."
Sec. 2. Whereas, an emergency exists,
which makes It necessary that this act
shall take effect on or before the third
Tuesday of April, A. D. 177, therefore
this act shall be in force from and alter
Below we give a tubulated statement
of the number of scholars enrolled, and
the attendance in the various depart
ments ot the public schools on Monday
last. . We are informed that the attend
ance on that day was a lair average for
the term about to close :
Eleventh gtrct school....U2
Thtrtenth street school
Room No. 1
" No. 2
" N3. 5..
High school building
Room No. 1 94
" No. 2 - 68
No. 3 67
No. 4 60
No. 5 73
Room No. 1..,
" No. 21 a 67
No. 4 J80
Total number enrolled in
Total average daily attendance. ....... 70
Total number enrolled in colored
' swhaola .'BllIIIISlBlilSIStt
Averara dailv attendance.... 220
i The Rev. Ml. Lan eondurtt
at the Episcopal church last evening.
Mr. liee will remain In Cairo until after
Easter, and daring his stay there will be
the usual services at the Episcopal
Kneonragement for the Feeble.'
Debility, whether it be inherent, or
caused by overtaxed strength, or pro
tracted illness, has a most depressing In
fluence upon the mind. breedin- an ab
ject melancholy nearly akin to despair,
ana enforcing tho abandonment of cher
ished protects and high hojies. Happily,
the enfeebled system, even In extreme
cases, is susceptible of invlg-
oration. It Is proved by In
controvertible evldcnco that Uostcttcr's
Stomach Bitters is ait nnfuilino-
etrcngthcuer of the weak, and thnt in
addition to vitalizing the physical or
ganization, It establishes regularity
among those organs upon whose efficient
discharge of the duties Imposed on them
by nature, continued vigor and health
depend. Thousands of Instances might
be cited to show the regenerating influ
ence of this health-giving agent in cases
of debility, liver disease, dyspepsia,
nervous ailments, constipation. Inter
mittent lever, urinary and uterine
troubles gout and rheumatism, and
Positively the Heat.
Dr. Morris' Srrup of Tar, mm jiy J
and llorehound la the very bet com
pound ever prepared, advertised or sold
a,.. ... -I
by any person, or under any name what
ever, for the immediate relief and pcrma-
nent.'cure of coughn, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough, bronchitis asthma, and all
diseases of consumptive type. It will
Uiorougbly eradicate these alarming
symptoms In one-half the time required
to do bo by any other medicine. It Is
purely vegetable, and 3ontains not a par
tide of oplutn or other dangerous drug.
It never fails. Every bottle guaranteed
to perform exactly as represented. Bar
clay Bros., Agenta,
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Price, 23 cents. Try It.
&. c. aasi-a-sa-a-H.
A special meeting will be held Thurs
day evening, March 22J at 8 o'clock-
sharp. Business of great importance.
All members are requested to attend.
By order of the G. G.M.
G. G. R. II. S.
Was DwAarauDrr, Bivbh Kkpot, 1
March Kl, 10J7. f
rr. ix. it, in.
Cairo 30 10 1
Pittsbur........... T 0 X 4
Cincinnati ............ 31 tt 4
txmisvi lie IS 310
Nashville 13 S 2
St. Louis V X
Kvansville.... ...... I 1
Mii,hi I HIS X ft
Vickflbunf I 'JO I 2 XI I 11 -
hew Orleans o 0 0
Below hlii water of ls74.
Sergeant, Sixnai berviue. U.S. A.
Steamer Jamrs Flsk, Padtie.ah.
" Susie Silver, New Orleans.
" , Ste. GenevieYe, Memphis.
" Thos. Sherlock, New Orleans,
" Vint Shinkle, Cincinnati.
Steamer James Fitk, Paducah.
" Susie Silvar, St. Louis.
" Stc. Genevieve, St. Louis.
Thos. Sherlock, Cincinnati. .
" Vint Shinkle, Memphis.
" Graud Republic, New Orleans.
The forenoon was cloudy, cold and
blustering ; but about noon the clou ds
broke away and the sun shone out warm
and pleasant, and the afternoon and
evening was one of .tha pleasant we
have had in months. There was more
activity iu business circles than wo have
witnessed iu several weeks,
and everybody about the wharf
seemed to bo busy and to
have thcir.hands lull. The Ohio river
rose 1 inch in the twenty-lour hours
ending at 6 o'clock last evening, ami now
marks 30 leel 10 inches on the gauge.
The great Graud Republic did not get
away as was anticipated and was still at
tbe lauding last evening. She
received considerable freight here, and
had on her departure about
3,000 tons. By Invita.K n oi;Cat t. Tuor-
wt-gau, a number ot ladies and geatloaieu
a9emoledon the boat last evening and
indulged iu tripping the light faLtaltic
for several hours .The ShsrlOOk
came up from below, and alter spending.
about au hour here passed up for C la-
ciniuti. Site had a light trip
Thu Susie Silver from New Orleans for
St. Louis passed up The Ste. Gene
vieve had a moderately lair trip lor St.
Louis. She added a little here uud
eft about 1 o'clock tor St. Louis
Tho Flsk brought out a lair trip, and
alter receiving a quantity of freight
here, left on her return
The Mitchell and Golden City from Cin
cinnati ; the Maude from Memphis, and
the Ironsides from Pittsburg were ex
pected here during the night.
The Centaur liniments
pain, subdue sweUingt.beal burns, and will cure
lth-"iiaunt, Suavi. aad anv anh bone or
The WtJ'l Wrappei for
loaailynae, the Tsilow vVppsr a ' fU.
A Hat or tne tagreuiaau are
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