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Mayor-Tkomai. W. Hallldar.
Tmioxar Ouirlui F. Nellu,
tlurk bcnuli. J, Foley,
CnnnielorWm. B. Ollbert.
Maribal-Jaaei 8. Rearden.
Attorn llllim Ueudncki.
J1 Ice MaglatrtteA . Com I ogi . .
OAHO Of AUXIUI
rintWwil-Wn U.D.l. II. lf.li...
.. ...i-I(MiU nuua, cgueri Binun.
orth Ward-Charlei O. Fatter, Bauiaol Orr,
rl"u "mu-adm. i-incMi,fr, usury stunt.
Circuit Judge O. J.Baker.
Circuit Olerk-A. H. Irvtn.
County Judge J. H. HoMoion.
County Clerk 8. J. Uamm.
Connty Attorney Angua Leek.
t'unty Trenorer-Milei W. Parker.
Sheriff Johu Hodgei.
County CommleiFoneri-T. W. H.lHdiy, J. II
, iuu raver naap.
CAIRO BAPTIST Corner Tenth aid Poplar
tre'ti; preaching flr-t and third Honda- In
co ontn, n a m. eua 7:30 p. m.: prayer meet
iug j uunui, 1 an y. m. duuut icdooi, v:u km
FonrUnnth niroet; Sunday 7:00 m., Uol
vuwiuuuiui iu.ov u.t nuruiug J rllrl Jl A, III.
and ichool t p. m.. BvealoR trTrt 7:u p.m
1,'IKST M188IONAR7 BAPTIST CHURCH.-
1 lTnThia if Id 'Ml . 11 n .-J pv.ai . ...
.'ahbatb ichool at 7:80 p. m Bev. T. J. Bborei,
I CTH BRAN Thirteenth street; Mrrltaa 8ab-
Data i :su a. m. ; aunoay icbool 2 p. m
MRfHODIBT-Cor. ElghtX and Walunt itreeti
Preaching Sabbath 11:00. m. and 7:30 p.m
-nnday School at 4:00 p. m. Key. B. A, Uoyt
IlkESHYTEKIAN-ltlghth treet: preaching on
T . "' ni.mo cip, m.! prayer
li ilra-Wednesday at 7:80 p.m.; Sunday Bcbio)
it S p. m. Ret A. II. Trick, naator.
H1, J.c?rH 8 -'Koinan Catholic) Corner Croi
."! Walnut etreeta: Mail evert Kiml.i .t
and lSa. m.; Sonrtay tchool at 2 p.m., audVe.n-
rilllD Dl. M W.. mn.nr. .. H . U--
. Hweeuev. iniirn
C'l l'AfKH;K'H Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
kJ eireet and Washington aTenae; Mara even
and Veipere at 8 p. m. ana eve j morn' ng at
P'RO f Sf'AMPMENT lH-Meett retond
uu iuiiiui rrm ,Ta earn mOLlU.
ALEXASDKR 1.UD0B 1
Meet every Tounday.
O. O. P. So 2.'4-
AFPORn I.O0OK I O. O. V, No. 67-Moe(i
i ry neaneiaay evening.
p'RO COMMANIVRY No. 11-Meetf n-.t
w .wiuaaj id i acn month.
p (RO CHAP E R No. 71-Me. U third Tuetday
J ol each month
CAIhO I 0D(iE No 137-Moeta lecond iloti.y
in each month
pAIKO L0DGB.K. f n .No. 1412-Mew iecond
ijim.-m.bk luuuK, K. indL.of H., No. 14
nu ur-i ana iniro rrnlay each luottn.
AMERICAN LKOf)t OP 1IOV0H N.j W-i-Meeti
aecoud and fourth Mondy each motth
U.K. C -?irt Taarfdiy in themin-h.
JDKAL LEAGUE Meeti evry Tuenday nlgtit.
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ll'tiSn.Mniiiet. third WednmriaTeiich mo
RAB F1UEC0. So. i-M. en third M iudy of
No J Meete CritMondar of
HIBERNIAN FIKK CO. No.
Tharidt? of ihe ,fi .ih.
DELTA FIKK CM. No. 6-MeeU iecond Wed
nedv of the m mill.
A NCIIOR IRE CO. No. 7-M.-et llrnt Thurwiay
a VtC U 1UUU Ut
fJiUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 0IIIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
TUOS, VV. IIA.r,L.lUA.Y
NTERPRiSE 8AVLNQ BANK.
EXCLCSIVKLY A SAVINGS RAK.
TIIOS. W. HAIiLlOAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Stret J
K. NEKK, Vice I'ren'm
I T. J. Herth, Am'I caaii
. BroM M. Ca'ro I William FT'iae. ,C':.lr
PelerNeff William Wolf.... "
C. M . oilerloh " I C. O. l'aticr "
B.A.Buder " II. Weill
J. Y. ClemFon, Caledonia.
i UK SUA L BANKING UU.SINSsS OONK.
Bicbanao ro'.d and bought. Intmert pulil it
thehivlnga l)eprttnent. Collections made tin
til baalnoiH promptly attended tr.
JJU. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
UPOB, ELKCTRO-VAPOIl nd MBDICATKI'
A ldr In attendanca.
P M. UARRELL, M. D.
OFFICE Kilt Side Commercial, below lib SI.
pR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Oirici No. 188 Commerr.lal Avenue. Miweeti
Bgbta nd Ninth Htreet
J a PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFF10-Clty Dt 8tor, Catbondale, 111,
WANTED I.adluo and (ipnt em n In city or
conn y to take light work ut ihnlr own bomei,
$8to4ldny eauily mmlu: work lent by mail) no
canvnualnif Wehavenood deunnd for ou' work
and urul-h ifa v eiuiilovmeiit. Addremi, with
tamp, CROWN MFU. COMPANY, .MVInM
Cincinnati, Onto. 1 1-1 1 -1 ru
FOR H LK.
FOK HALE Hayilick Jiimp-i'at tnrrey.llPt price
$ :4ft, new, gaud Job, for Inquire of K. A.
IjVJH SALE.-Haydock l'hidon, new. Hit price
f-fm, for lU-i.-Iuquiro of K. A. Burnett, Bullu-
Ij'ORBLE. Twocottauei on 8Mb itroet near
Poplar, and onecnitagu ou I'oiilir above iUlh
street, at a bargain,
tf M. J.UOWLEY, Ral Eitatc Agent,
DO YOU KNOW
With lied Tin ag In the bent? In the jiuro t; U
never adulteratea with glncoie, barytea, mo aei.
or any dcleturioui iugredlenti, ai ii the cane with
many o'ber loba;co.
LOKILLAIID'S ROSE LEAF FINE CUT
Ualto mid of th fined itock, and for aromatic
chenng fialll ii iecond to none.
LORILLARDS NAVY CLIPPINGS
lake first rank ai a tolid durable tuibklng tobacco
wherever li.tr jduced.
LORILLARD'S FAMOUS SNUFFS
have been uied for over l'J4 yean, and are told to t
lrg.-r extent than anfothen
who are tired of CVIco that fade In luniblue oi
ning win flad the
PURPLE S, "GRAYS," AND
perfectly fa.t and e lab'e. II yon want at hona.t
Vt int. irv thpm
...-WW .u :rtBi variety ,
The Science of Life. Only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
fxnaui'ted V tn.-ti i
'illlty Premature Dec iru- in Mm, If
i(ju:b, and uiit'ilj nimiTi ro'tini. ir,,, ih,.
cret onorexce.-es A lor everv mi, ..,
midi)le-2i;d and .ild. Itron I a'. ,
't all acute and ctronic dieaer, each one ol
-ICij IL, Unb!e. Mi iv ,l
whore experience fur ii vrimi. n h
n.ver before felt to the lot f any p!n,iclan. ;io0
pau, Sound l Oeautllul Fr.m-li ...
.d cou rt., t il (T' t. fiarantc d to be a finer "rk
Ll than ii uthi'r wmlc ..hi in
"i ii .iO. oi tne m .iii-y wi; I,.- rrf'inded in even
iri'tuire rr:.: 1.1 y sl.ui IIV -n,n ...i.
lilu-imtlv, urn l ii r,-t,t s,.,.,i
ul nrdi i the ai.tlior bv the Niito
--crtHtioi), to the Eic-r. I which he r i-rt
i he !v . r ce ol I.lf .lir.n l i,.. ..,1 h.,
f .r Inum tun. ai d hy th- fl!n-ted lor it'kf It
will 0, unit ul . London l.n ttl.
llieri- i no niemher ni .orn-ii n, m nnm n.ict.
ence of Life w,i, not be nwfni. whether vn.th
ii Buarmau, sutruclor or lerg niau Argu-
Addrr. the Peahodv ViH'i-mI In.i.m.. ... i
" " 'Tker. No. 4 IluiflicT Mieet. 11 1M011
Mm1! who may br C"iin!iit on all ii. aet re
let dtKea :hat l.av -'iilBeil IIP . I
iui inir phiii uiiu enuerii'iire t n nntr Mtii ..!.,
.aim i an o ner ,.iiv:c:iin- n 11 l il I a
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ci:tv. such tri ated uc- rPI I VC I1 I I
ce-ftjlU wituou! an limt ill ltjLlr
aiiret.i ia lure Mention th
aft . .
obtained, and all Patent Bulne8. attended to fot
lor inotiiTMie lerp.
Our olllc" la "tiponl'e the ir. 8, ratenlOlVce, and
wocBnontaln Pateuti in leei time thau thoKe re
mote fn m Wu'iiington.
Herd in' del of drawinir. Wo arlvl nr n to rn.
tenlablllty free of chnrite; and we nmko nocliarg"
unleM pa,ent Ii icc red.
w nier ner. tolli Podtmaitor, tbo Sunt, of
onev tdr Div.. nml to me i.fllniiiL ,.r., rr a
Patent Office. K..r clrctila . advice, term ami ref!
erence to nc tlnl cltt'iita in vonr iwnHiatn...
County, w riic to
C. A HNOW & CO,.
Oppoilte Tuti'tit OQIce, WailiiBton, 0. C.
IN THE WOULD.
A powprtul iireparatlnn
to concent ruled itmtulcw
ilrei aiiplied to Hi ur.
face vf iioneliHte to thn
very lione.nnd ulinoni Is.
KTA.VTI.V KtLlbVK 1'AIM.
EA3 ;0 ZiCAt ic CUES if
' Lome Baolc,
Sore Throat, Palu
is. Llmh. Stom
nch or Bowel,
Or In viv nnrf oi Sv.tent
Will Mji son. t i,inii;t
not iIim oloi the Ms in ,
lot ru eti in roli.tatil ll,
Iiv I'liv.ii in. ami ,iiiiri
lui in m i Price Mil)
Prcnaii o onu tv
C0B 8. MlffVIll r LOuia. Ma.
0 lAXI B AX I Irj001BT8 AMO
tijtAijfua in vuiciMxa.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
lUtinco to-morrow bftcrtioon.
Tbis it tho leaioo for ground hog
Druramcru report trade dull all orer
Just three weeks from yesterday till
Capt Aldea is ia Palucah, the guest of
D. II. Perkins.
The number of failures daily reported
are distressingly largo.
Cairo is a regular city now since she
has a regular ticket broker.
A Dumber of new piles are being driven
at the Illinois Central incline.
The new sewer in front of the custom
house is progressing finely.
W. J. Riy, a lawyer of Clinton (Ky.)
bar, was in town yesterday.
Luther BedforJ, the printer kid, front
God-knows-where, is in the city.
Mr. L. P. Parker made a flying visit to
Du Quuiu on business yesterday.
Seats for the matinee will be 50 and
35 cents good all over the house.
Mr. Geo. Watson, the leading business
man of Belmont, Mo., is in the city.
There is Ulk of building a monument
to the memory of President Polk at Colum
Gixid thoughts are fragrant spears of
greeD grass, enj iyed even after they have
Buy your coal of J. W. Moorhead,
good as big muddy and del.vered, at f 2.G5
per tun. rjt
Dun't forget that the Bunker's Daugh
ter will be produced to-morrow afternoon
t 8 o'clock.
uienp rulrofta tickets. Cut rate.
Tic ket office of W. W. Core, Ohio Levee,
mar Fourth street.
The "Ancients" have their regular
-mi-monthly dttice at the Ideal Leogue
ha 1 Mondty mailt.
- -We UiiderntHiid tht the second wheel
btrrow tournament will take place soon.
Anyone deMrip' one or two hand
somely furnished rooms on Commercial av
enue apply at this cflicc. tf
Dicker Reed was elected mayor of
Louisvillu Tues'liy by a miijority greater
th'iii bis opponent's vote.
All the rough plastering of N.-fTs t ew
hotel building is fiuished, and the remuiu
ier will he done in a (ew days.
Mr. 11. L. Ilallid ty returned lust night
from SpriugtitM, III., where he has been
atti-ndinn the mass convention.
Mr. Jackob While, editor uf ttie Hick
mun County Tune.-, published at Clinton,
Ky., whs on our streets yesterday.
Mr. Thos. McCoy, of Oolconda, ar
rived on the Fowler yesterday evening with
oOO barrels of potatoes for the south.
Wanted. 20 pounds large clean cot
ton rags, inn uclletin office; 3 cents
per pound will be paid for selected stock
Hamilton county.Tenn., will build a
bridue across the Tennessee river at Chat
tanooga, the cost of which is to be $250,
All of our readers will please tele
phone us everything they know- We will
answer all calls until as late as 10 o'clock
If a good level fall of snow should
come now wiih the roads in their present
conditioc sleighing would bo as good as it
has ever been known in Cairo.
Mr. E. A. Burnett and wife left yester
day morning at 11 o'clock for Maiden, Mo.,
and adjoining towns. We expect him to
bring back some nice ducks.
The wholesale notion firm of Hill,
Fletcher & Co., of Louisville, Ky., mide
an assignment on tho 2d. They claim the
scarcity of money to be tho cause.
A Boston man won eighteen hats on
the election, and everybody who comes into
his house bothers his wife almost to death
asking her how she likes keeping boarders.
-Captains Thomps-m and Wyatt who
a few tiiys ago purchased thn steamboat at
Paducah are there now making arrange
ments to move their families in a few days.
A neat little programme Is to be car
ried out this afternoon by a half of the so
ciety of the high school. All ' frionds who
take tho trouble to attend, will, no doubt,
bo amply paid.
The hole occupied by tho old city
pump which has for so long been tho cuiiw!
of the closing of tho head of Tenth street,
has been filled, and we have a clear passnize
on that street to the le.veo.
The two railroads are preparinir
tho IiikIi water landing ut Wicklifie, Ky,,
by cleurinu away bninli, stumps, etc.. so
that if we have another high water they
will bo able to easily land their boats.
Mr. Jno.E. Lufkin, a leading merchant
of Vienna, III., for about 20 years, was in
our city yesterday. Mr. Lufkin. in well
known in our city, since bo was one of the
first conductors that overran into Cairo on
the Illinois Central railroad.
-SeceiUry Frelinhuyson is said to be
the nh ibiiiest dressed man In the cabinet,
u-t as Mr. Arthur is tho in mt perfectly
clad, and Brewster is the loudest and most
It will bo impossible for tho service!
appointed, to be hold la tho Church o( the
FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1884.
Redeemer to-night at 7:30 o'clock, as has
been announced, on account of tho filling
around the church.
John Torter, Esq., agent of tho Pacific
Express, is rejoicing over tho advent of
about a thirteen pound boy that arrived at
his house on ono of tho early days of this
Mr. A. P. Schroedcr left yesterday af
ternoon for Franklin, 111., where he has
gone to get that fine Durham bull spoken
of in The Bulletin a few days ago. The
bull is 2 years old and weighs 2,000 pounds
The astronomcis are again puzzled to
account for tho red sunsets. Let u put
aside the volcanic dust theory in the pres
ent inst mce, and take it for granted that
some tnthuaiastic demucrat has been paint
ing the sun red.
The directory men, who have been in
our m dst for some time, finished their task
of compiling a directory of this town to
day, and they will immediately place their
manuscript in tho hands of the printer for
The Mississippi river and its tributary
streams furnish 16,571 miles of steamboat
navigation and 20,221 miles of barge navi
gation, divided between twenty-two states
and territories. A father of waters, in
deed. Dr. Talmagesays that "hungry men
and women never have been quiet, never
will be quie1, and ought to be quiet." Tho
force nf that remark is commended to the
consideration of merchants and manufac
turers who'sre cutting down wages with a
similar reduction in the necessaries of life.
We understand there will be a spar
ring match between Charles Howard, prop
rietor of the Comique, and John Harris,
the fisherman, at the Comique to-morrow
nit'ht. Charlie, tiy your luck.
Snfford Lodge of Odd Fellows met at
the Ideal League hall Wednesday night
and elected the following officers for the
ensuing year: T. F. Farren, N. G.; D. T.
Griffin, V. G.; E. E. Comings, secretary,
and C. R. Woodward, treasurer.
The artistic lecturer, Mr. W. M. R.
Fn nch, will pive an entertaining and in
structive lecture at the public library to
night. Mr. French is a fine lecturer and
those who f&il to attend will miss a rare
treat. This lecture is one of a series of
lectures to be given, one a month, by the
woman's club and library association.
While on our rounln yesterday we no
ticed a pretty though poorly dre-sed worn
an whei liny; a baby in a buggy and play
ing an accordion. S'ie would stop and
sing in front of the I rge business houaes,
accompanying herself with her accordion
She had a sweet voice and received many
.i . jk . .
UIIDH ann DICKIU iruta pnaMtra iy ta mppr
ciation of it.
The St. Louis basket manufacturing
company, which we referred to yestcr
day morning, will employ fifty operators a
first and increase the number until one
hundred and fifty are at work. The place
winch U thought for tho location of the
building is north side of the Mobile 4 Ohio
depot, opposite Tenth street.
What Cleveland intend to do: "I
intend to surround myself with the best
and broadest minds in the party, and then
bend all my energies toward making an
idministration that shall at least assure
every element that a transfer of executive
control from one party to another does nt t
mean any serious disturbance of existing
Two young men were yesterday arrest
ed and carried before Judge Comings
charged with disorderly conduct. They
came from Kentucky and were enroute to
Arkansas. They had cuns. pistols and biff
knives anl whisky. The judge tsxed
them 25 and coasts
.Mr. Elgar Egerton, ex-manacer of
Lillian Olcott, brought suit against that
lair lady in the Louisville common pleas'
court for back salary and for damages sub
tamed hy being discharged. Miss Oicott
claimed that he had not filled out his con
tract and sent him a letter of dismissal
The best legal talent of Louisville have tho
caso in hand.
Rev. J. A. Leavitt, state Sunday school
missionary for the Baptist general ansocia
tion of Illinois, and of tho American Bap
list Publication Society, will bu in the city
Sunday, the 7lh inst. Hi will preach at
the Baptist church Sunday morning, and
conduct further services during the day, of
which due notice will be given later.
"Cornel" cried tho exhortor to tho
landlord, "come. In tho Father's house
aro many mansions." "And they don't havo
to be repaired?" askod the landlord wist
fully. "Never a repair," said the exhortor.
Well, then, I'll comet" shouted the laud-
ord, ami in two minutes ho was tho loud
est among tho rescued sinners on the anx-
Tho city council at their Monday
night's session passed an ordiuauce to tho
effect that all railroad companies on Com
mercial avenue shall station, keep aud
maintain at their own i-xpeuso a flagman
at tho crossings of Second, Sixth, Eighth,
Fouritonth, Twentieth, T wonty-eljith and
Thiriy-foUi.il streets, between tho hours of
six o'clock a. ni. and tun o'clock p. ui, of
each day, to give tuoico of tho approach of
train, car or locomotive
The appearance of Robert McWade, as
"Rip Van Winkle," at the opera house last
night was very well attended, but not near
so well us tho merits of Mr. McWado de
serves. Mr. McWado U undoubtedly a the ,
actor, so much so that be makes his audi
ence feel that the scenes transpiring are
real and not mere acting. During the
course of the evening nearly all eyes were
filled with sympathetic tears. Mr. McWado
received many and prolonged acknowl
edgements of his superior acting.
Among the few sensible views express
ed by republican papprs over their defeat
we present this from the Danvillo (III.)
News: "As to 1883 we believe we'll wait
before we nominate any om , or eues- at
who'll bo nominated. We guessed on '84
and was a little off. Naturally enough we
feel that wo may not know enough to know
all about it every time. But we know
enough to know we're beaten, and that no
amount of wrath or bluster can help it or
make it better; we know enough to know
how to rest when that's tho best thing to
do, and to be at peace with all the world
when the grapes hang too high. We're
studying philosophy and practicing the
Two men (nameless here) traded
horses yesterday and both seemed satisfied
with their respectivo bargains. Later
developments prove, however, that ono was
not so well pleased after a second thought
so lie proceeded without the other's
knowledge to "swap back." He secured
the animal previously owned by him, turn
ed the other out upon tho cold charities of
tho world, and proceeded to elope. The
other party, upon learning of tho tacts re
lated above, proceeded to search for the
"eloper," and caught up with him a short
distance from the citv on the Cairo road
and compelled hira to return and look up
thehorso that he had turned loose. Tho
horse was found and all is now serene and
the (older stands high in the loft. Padu
The Eye, published at BloominL-ton
- -t j
1 1., nominates John II. Oberly for the po
sition of public printer to succeed Sterling
P. Rounds, tho present incumbent. It has
the following to say in regard t' the mat
ter: "John II. Oberly has done more for
tho democratic party and received less de
sirable emoluments at the hands of the
faithful than any man we can now call to
mind. We therefore take tho liberty of
placing him in Domination for tho respon
Bible position of government printer to sue
cced S. P. Rounds, the present incumbent,
a republican. Mr. Oberly is a practical
printer and a brilliant editor, and is famil
iar with the minutest detail 'of his profes
sion, the art of arts preservative. He could
not only fill the bill but would be an hon
or to the office and a valuable public ser
vant. He is a man of excellent parts, gw d
cna'accr ana is a Dove reproacu. lie is a
shrewd financier ttjid could save thousands
of dollars to our country every year.
The Banker's Daughter matinee at the
opera house to-morrow afternoon will en
ablo ladies and children to witness one of
the most entertaining society dramas cn
the boards, It is an absorbing story of
love, pathetically told, pure in tone and
consistant in treatment, aud in tho hands
of a company in every way capable of pro
ducing it in lino style. The play will bo
repeated in tbo evening.
Was Dipt., Signal Sekvicb. U. S. A.
Wasiiinot.", December ,4 1884.
The following table gives the tempera
ture ut the points named this afternoon, the
observations alt being taken at 2:12 p.m.:
New Orleans.. , 68
Mt, Louis CO
Dodgo City 54
North Platte.... 61
What lie Sees.
lie standi upon the pavement,
And wreitloa with the breeze;
Do lookt In through the window,
A.id tbla la wh t he leea:
Lights low; a combination
Of mustache and cnrl
Another fetlow'a hugging;
The other fellow'! girl.
Democrats Settle Up.
Following is a report of. the committee
on late Cleveland and nendrick jubilee:
By cash collections f394 75
To Filling and repairing torches.
To purchase of torches
$ 16 25
. 60 35
. 23 50
To titorer's Bind
To Comiq'ie Band
To bonfires ,
To firing salute 24 45
To fireworks 89 10
To repairs on cannon 4 00
To trantiD.rnr.ies 27 35
lo entertaining speaker 100
i' Pr,l,,Inff and advertising......
TVj opera fiouao 40 Of)
To freight and drayage 3 25
To sundries 2 00
To bal pd over Deni. Co. Cen. Com. 14 60
Capt. Eimbrougli contributed 3 bbla.
coal oil for torcces.
The committee desire to return thanks to
all subscribed money or supplies toward
the celebration, and to all who contributed
to its success by bonfires or illuminatwp
and decorating their bouses or in any man
ner assisted In making a success the grand
est, most joyous, loudest and yet most or
derly jollification that Cairo has ever
stages or the kivhc.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 10 feat 0
inches. Fall during previous twsnty
four hours, 0 feet 9 inches.
Chattanooga, Dec. 4. River 1 foot S
inches and raising.
Cincinnati, Dec. 4. River 4 feet 9
nclicf and risng.
Louisville, Dec. 4. River I feet 5
inches and rising.
Nashville, Dec. 4. River 1 foot 1 inch
Pittsburg, Dec. 4. River 3 feet 3
inches and rising.
St Louis, Dec. 4. River 9 ft 4 inch
The Wyoming from New Orleans is due
The Belle Memphis from St. Louis is due
to night for Vicksburg.
The Annie P. Silver from New Orleans
passed up for St. Louis last night.
Capt. Hiram Hill w is in the city yester
day but went U his work to finish unload
mg tho sunken rock bargo near Wlckliffe.
Tho Pargoud left Evansville for New
Orleans Wednesday morning. If she don't
stick on a sandbar sho will arrsve bore to
day. The Arkansas City bound for Vicksburg
arrived here at 8 a. m. yesterday with her
guards nearly dragging tho water; the de
parted at 6.
The Mike Davis, recently purchased by
Capts. Thompson and Wyatt end Mr. AI-
den, of this city, will rua from Paducah to
Dover, on the Cumberland,
Capt. Lem Hill leaves to-day for St. Lou
is to bring out the Henry A. Tyler. She
will run as ft regular packet from St. Louii
to Johnsonville on the Tennessee river.
The Hudson from St. Louis, passed up
for Paducah last night. She is duo here on
her return trip to-morrow night. Bee W.
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