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Tlie Cairo Bulletin, 3VEay 7.
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JEWS OT TE C1T7,
CB ROT.IDaROL'T rOCaKT.
Good Cotton SoKonlv 15 cent per
pair or f 1 26 cent per dor.., at I. Neir,
Ho. 79, Ohio Levee. tf-
-Decoration day ha U-cn fied on
Mondv, Msy 30th. It will doubtlos he
obterved In Mound City, "h"" nl
least five thousand soldiers.
-Cunningham offer no bittt upon staple
goods to attract trade, hut IH ell them
at price that eannot be ttpitimntrlti under
nld. Fair dealing and low price nro
what he depend npii fr success, tf.
The idpc-watcr I subsiding rapidly.
It fell, lt night, eight or ten Inches, nnd
very hour the rate of the deelino I nccel
eratcd. Hy the middle of next week the
hit vestige of that dlsngreeiiblo presence
will have dlappenrel.
The St. Nicholas Billiard Hnll Is on of
the largest and best furnished In thocoun
try. It It tho resort of both cltUcns nnd
stranger who Indulge In billiard play
The Continental i the only cook stove
with sliding oven door. Warranted In
all respect. Pitcher & Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th Mrcet.
Jut roccivod nt P. NotT't, No. 7!, Ohio
Levee, a plendld lot of spring Cnsstmcrc,
Coating and Vesting, which will bo made
up In tho mott fashionable styles, nnd nt
prlcci to suit the time", a jierfect lit guar
anteed or no tale. tf
The strange fatality among tho hog
In Cairo (tho quadrupedal kind) i charged
to the growing cockle. It I aid that tho
grats-nlpplng porker carelessly tako It In
with their other fodder, licken and dlo
within a fow hour. "What a blessing it
would ho If the Cairo deg were hcrblvor
Coot, airy and plendldly ventilated
room, can bo had nt tlto Saint Charlc,
with board, during the hot ummcr months,
at rrry low ptitei. Families rnn bo ac
comodated during the abuvo period, with
ourmott deIrablo room,"' n large deditet-
ion from regular rate. dtf
The "Pccrlv",'' tho bet cooking tovo
in,ue that tcok the gold medal nt tho
Pari Exposition, the flrt prlru nt tho
Louisiana Stafo fair, for 1807, and tbo ilrt
prize wherever it lint been cntcrod, may
be found in Cairo, ut tho iloru of C. W.
Henderson. Don't tpend your money for
a cooking ttovo until you tee tho Peerless.
A plentiful supply of othor pattern of
stoves on hand; alio a good itock of bull
der and general htrdwaro on hand. 6t
Mer. Miller and Miller havo Jut re
ceived an unusually large, well assorted
and ttrlctly fashionable iupply of piece
good, to which they nsk especial atten
tion. Tho lot embrace tho tlneit cloth!
and casslmcr ever brought to Cairo, nnd
uch a variety of tjle that all tustea may
be accommoIated. Suit or garment
from thctn good nro Hindu to order In the
beit manner nnd latest style, and nt llg
ure that will defy competition. For
proof of thi they only atk to lo put on
trial. At nil event call around und see
the new good. un'J.'tf.
A pocket diary with cash nccomit nnd
memorandum. Owner' name written on
fly leaf. The finder will be duly reward
ed by leaving It ut tho book store of II. A.
titti: l uim iuiit.
I thero uny hulr coloring preparation,
cither hem or In F.urnpe, that resemble
Phalon'a Vltalln, or Salvation for the
IlairT Not one. It U n clear fluid that
flow from tho bottle; doe not tnln the
kin. and produce none but natural shade
of color.. It hut no tcdlment. Sold by nil
drugglit and fancy good dealer,
OlIETI Or M'MMI .AIIUH H.
Each succeeding month bring forth
something new In aprlng und rummer drca
good, the beauty of which would feoin to
admit of no Improvement, yet in every
arrival we ee something new to admire,
something prettier than ever. Fabric for
1870 are about the mine ut those worn lut
year, but aro neater nnd prettier. Pique',
marielllea, percale, chintz, figure und
ttripe, Japanese poplin, etc., aro eagerly
ought for and make neut and economlca
uit for iprlng wear. It. A. Cunningham
ha a full iupply of thctogoula nnd it telling
thrrn SO per cent cheaper than lat year,
Why I it that hi ttoro i o popular
among thoe wlthlng drut good7 It I
U-cnu.e ho koep the assortment and dls
poses of them at pricei which cannot prove
otherwise than latufactory, ill ttoro I
crowded every day and hit good eagerly
oughtfur. For new nnd dolrablo good
b" vo vunningliam . r.
It It with more than ordinary Interwt
that we Invite tho attention of our friend
to the advertlmnent of tho 'Great Hen-
acr.on Uuuty, Kentucky, Schomo," which
we give -u prominent po.ltlon In our
column, tcHluy. Tbu u ,)ot 016 of ,
petty ' gift" or -lottery affair which di
honest rascal. oflell tl tQ . off
upon uMuiimUDR Ult Uu
forward and legitime ri -
Kentucky, and th fllU b , f ..
the State. We do not bclIn- n. .
opportunity to lnvet fiK JU aoll
MtUrlly than 1 .7
Jfc Ufa already bwgh, ver.l onrM-h!,'.
PULASKI COUNTY ITEMS.
Corrf pomtnro of the llulletln.
Mound City, Mar 6,1170.
Spring weather, mild and genial, hiu at
last opened up. Tho fruit trees are In
bloom, and tho warmhowors wo have had
lately hn itarted a luxuriant vegetation.
It has been ascertained thai the enow
torm that prevailed in this section, a few
week tlnce, has not materially Injured the
fruit. A imnll portion of the germs were
killed, but the crop yet promises to bo
nbundunt. Early Spring vegetable have
already mado their appcaranco in market.
Wo uro looking for strawberries next
week. During the past week a large urea
of Innd lias been broken for corn and oat,
nnd our fanner nrc hopeful of n bountiful
Circuit Court draw near; delinquent
debtor tremble in their (hoc. All tho
lawyer nro bity, llko tho M. D. In view
of nu approaching epidemic they antici
pate u rieh harvest. Several Inmate. of
our jail will likely rccclvo rco tickets to
Juliet. A Dutchman, from the country,
tried to periuado Luts'a big dog to accom
pany him home. Dog objected. Huns,
with 'a ropo around dog' neck, Insisted.
Then occurred acollltlon and much excite
ment. Han struck tbo ground flrt. Hans
goes around with hit arm in a sling, look
ing for hydrophobia. Dog don't go around
The first caso under the Fifteenth
Commnndent, In Southern- Illinois, lisp
pened thusly : Amelia Newman, a colored
citlzencss, took passage at Cairo for Mound
City, the otbor day, on tbo stcatnor Mil
brey; paid fifty cents, tho regular faro
took a seat In tho ladies' cabin; was invi
ted out; refused to go; captain thrust her
out through the back door; tho fair Ame
lia got wruthy; had captain taken before
A. Bchoycr, Eq., police magistrate, who
taxed captain f 5 00 and cost for this little
Joko. Tho captain has always been a good
Republican. We understand he I about
Mr. Woolworth, of Sandusky, Ohio,
chief proprietor of tho mammoth hnndlo
works, It in tho city. The cnterprUo hut
received a valuablo acqultltion In tho scr
vices of L. O. Morris, Ktq, who, wo tin
dcrttand, it a full partner. Tho factory I
now In full operation, runlng eleven rougl;
turning lathes In lower story, and same
number or nnltiilng ana poiumng ma
chine in upper story. They are turning
out from 250 to 300 dozen ax, pick, slcdgo
and other handles per day finished com
plotc giving employment to about eighty
hands. Hickory is the material used
Many acres of heavy timbered land in
this county, heretofore worthiest, will now
yield something to tho owners.
The law card of Esq. Victor, of TJIlin,
will appear in a few days. lie has received
hi certificate and clnims to be qualified In
every reHcU McCarthy had better look
to his laurel.
(Sreat preparations am being made for
tho negro celebration hero to-morrow.
Severn! wagon load havo already arrived
from the upper, portion of the county.
Grand Marshtl Tat Scott baa borrowed
Copt. Hainblcton't black horse, and bought
tevcnl bolts of red ribbon. Wo want to
eo that horxo when the band strikes up.
Tho principal tpenkers billed are Dan
.Miinn nnd Mr. llird. A Dun I first on
the list, we presume ho I their first choice
for Congre orunythingelsc. Now thi
U too bud. Where I Hon. D. T. Llncgnr,
who ha fought and bled so Jong for the
oppressed darkey ? Truly ltepubliruntnro
Tho latt item In tho Hui.i.ktin of lutt
week, concerning tho Cairo nnd Vineennct
railroad, wa encouraging; cun't you give
ut omo more? Many heart uro weary of
thudelnylii finishing this Important en
terprise. Your, till next week,
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THEIR NAMES, BUSINESS AND LO
A MRBCTOHY VOH PATRONS
TUB CAIRO MARKET.
Till QROCKRT IRADK.
Cupt. G. D. Williamson, No. 70, Ohio
Levee, has devoted many years to tho gro
cery, produce and commission buslnei In
Cnlro, nnd 1 n widely nnd favorably
known as any gcntlcmnn connected with
the trade. His larco house I nlwnyt well
filled, and Is eminently worthy of tho nt
tentlon of wholesale buyer from nbrond.
The Captain I n firtt-clns business man,
nnd in commercial circles It the peer of the
Strutton and Bird, successor to Stratum,
Hudson and Clnrk, No. 67 Ohio Levee,
aro extensive nnd popular grocor nnd
commission merchants, fixtures of the
country for more than n quarter of n
century, nnd n widely known nnny firm
In Cairo. They nro agent of tho Ameri
can Powder company, nnd manufacturers,
agents for cotton yarn article that nro
In actlvo request ovory who re. The patron
of tho Cairo market enn find no better
houso than that of Strutton & Bird.
Mr. H. M. Hulon, No. 72, Ohio Lnvce,
keeps a heavy stock of groceries, wood nnd
wlllow-waro, leathers, etc, and enjoy n
larce and prosperous trade. Hoisn very
Industrious and ontorprlslng gentlcmun,
and it regarded ut ono of our most upright
and reliable business men.
B. Smyth J: Co., Ohio Levee, havo long
been known nt tho mot uxtcnitvo nnd lib
eral deulcrt In groceries, tobacco, liquors,
cigars, etc. In Culro. They mulntuin a
good stock, and enjoy a trade from ull
thnt section of country tributary to the
city. Cleverer gentlemen, or mora oblig
ing butluet men than Mctsrt. S 4 Cn
are not to be found In Culro or u. ,
F. Vincent, corner of Eighth street und
Ohio Levee, ha been Indeiitltled with tho
grocery business at Cairo for ninny year,
and it recognized ns one of our most reli
able and successful traders. Of luto hn
has made llmo, plaster purls, hulr nnd
cement, a specialty, nnd all person who
would buy theso articles on the most ad
vantageous terms, must cull on F. Vincent.
No grocery establishments in thu city
haven greater local popularity than those
of Mr. William Kluge, on thu corner of
Sixth und Commercial, ami Nineteenth and
Poplar. Ho has the reputation of keeping
everything that enter intofnmilytupplles,
and of telling a cheap us the cheapest;
and thu extensive patronage liettowcd upon
him Is convincing evidence that that repu
tation is deserved.
Hamuel Wilton, 110 Ohio Levee, I u
pioneer grocer in Cairo, and has success
fully pasted all tho vicltritudct to which
the city hat been tubjected. Ho commands
an cxtentlve tteamboat patronage, und
makes it a point to keep, at all times, a
largo stock for that particular trado. He
enjoys public confidence, and by his devo
tion to business, and a strictly honornble
course of dealing, ha deserved It.
TltK FURNITURE TRADE,
B. S. Harrell, No. IKS nnd 187, Com
mercial Avcntio, It tho only extensive
dealer in furnlturo In Culro. Hit Im-
menso wureroom uro filled with all kinds
of furniture for which tho country creates
a demand. He tt prepared to furnish
com plcto outfits for houe-kceplng, or for
hotel, otllcc, hnll or boarding house
Mr. H. it tho oldest buttnet man in Cub
ro, having located her n in the year 1845,
when the city numbered les than 1SU
(To Ix) continued.
hi. NirlioUs Hotel, Jluy 1, lT",
lUehard Undo, St. I.ouls; Wm. W.
Morrl, Kjv, M. H. Smith, Salcnu, Olil
L. A. Smith, Ohio; It. C. M. Look, III.;
G. W. Hattenburg, Mich.; T. .1. Cum
mliig, Mo.; Ituao Stephens, Ky.j J. T,
Dean, Ky.; N. S. Oloro, Ky.; Win. Bobln-
on, lib C. W. Parker nnd wife, Ky.; T.
J. Crowner, Tenn C. F. Weiton, Ky.;
John F. Cook, Ky.; J. It. Li peon rt, Ohio;
J. It. U)slmn, Ky; II. Sullivan, Ky.;
J. A, Powers, Sandoval, Illinois;
W.M. Puterton, City; L. W. Cowthers,
aifd wife, Mo; J. W. Moroheud, Metro no
lit III; Mrs. Miller, St. Louis Mo; Joe K.
Lutk, Evuntvillu I ml ; L. Knupp, ltutlalo;
J. AV, Buggo, Ky; J. D. Ferrel, do; AY,
M. Coffee, do; Geo. M. Gnrrato, LnuU
villa Ky; Geo J, Kochlcr, Kvuntvlllu lnd;
M, Pigeon, Ky.; Churle Jones, Oil.; D.
M. Barrett, Ky.; H. W. Clono, Kvuiuville;
II. W. Cnrr und son, Kvuntvlllo; Mr.
Drake, Ky G. Mosci, Ky.; J.MeGlll and
lady, Ky.; J.J. Cuke, Ky.; Isaac Cooper,
City; B. G. Clarke, Blundvillo; J. .
Klan, Cin J, Clark, Champaign j It. S
Thurman, City; J. W. Curler, MM City;
31. Moran, Mo.; C. J. Kico, Kvansvillo;
II. William., Ky.; AY. H. Hicks, I'liin
UON'T TltV Tt) KKMST
Tour inclinution to drop in on Loult
Herbert, under thu flrt National Hank.
He has laid In u stock of the best Cincin
nati Buck H(xt manufactured, and nil
other kind of beverages that aro ut ull in
request. Ho has alto u splendid iiiiulo box
that plays twelve arius from tho most pop
ular operas in print a treat everybody
will re) Uh. Thu rettnurunt, ns usual, will
bo supplied with everything teasunublu
and desirable. Cull in to-morrow, next
lay, nrhny time, und you wllllxi welcomed
and kindly served. :'t
CARPTOiS ( AttfKTHII I'AHPKTS! I!
It. II. Cunningham hits added a carpet
department to hi establishment in which
ho exhibits all the new designs In Brussels,
Ing rains, oil cloths, rugs, etc., which ho
offe.rs at prices which will insure thoir solo,
THECAIIO TOBACCO MARKET
Tho most snngulno friend of tho Cairo
tobacco market could not havo anticipated ' resident of this city, ha invented n steam
n greater mcnsiiro of success tlmii that gencratin" grn o bar tl.a. is eminently
which hn been realized, Although juat , worthy of the attention of railroad com
entering upon Its first full season, It ha . panics, ttenmbontmcn nnd nil thors who
achleVtd a diameter for which other mnr- employ steam n n motive power. The In
kcts were compelled to labor for year. At volition Is simply ii tuceoslon of tulnj
the sale last Thursdny, seventy-six hogs- through which tho watercourse'' with mar-
ncntl were sold I o will venture the
Hsscrtion that tho Paducith nnd CIark-
vlllu market (now market of great 1
prominence) held no such sale during the j
first live year of their existence. Kvui
now their averagn nle do not exceed It.
Thu remarkable and gratifying growth
of the business has warranted the estab
lishment of another large warehouse, where
tho planter will find ull the facilities for
the satisfactory storage nnd sale of his to
bacco, furnished by the best house of th
c.iuntry. Wo refer to the llullurd Tobacco j
AVnrehouse, of which Mr. C. C. Davld-on
I proprietor, nnd wherein .Air. F.. F. Ynl
wood, is Inspector. Mr. Davidson isn re
liable nnd enterprising buiiic man,
having ut hi command all thu mean nnd
appliance to insure succc. .Mr. W'nt
wood is an old resident of Italian! county,
well nr.d favorably knewn throjghnutth.it
portion of Kentucky tributary to Cairo,
nnd n gentleman In whose Judgment and
probity his acquaintance rcpo'o unlim
The Billiard Tobacco AYiirehousc Is sit
uated nt the corner of Commercial avenue,
und Second street, convenient to both mil
road und river. It is a spachiu building,
free from damp, and admirably suited
generally for thu business to which it is de
voted. By thu establishment of thi second
house tho planter of the country will i-ee
a determination on tho purt of our citizen
to increase accommodations nnd facilities
for tho satisfactory disposition of their
crops, n last ns Micro Is a demand lor
them. Co-operating with the Planter
warehouse, tho Ballard warehou'C expect
to add to the attractions of thu Cairo mar
ket, und render It still further deserving
of general patronage. i
TIIHriTTHIIUtfl, 1 0111 tV.lt MI AMI I'llK.' WiO
The Chicago, Fort Wnyno nnd I'itU
burg nnd tho greut Pennsylvania Central j
Ilallroud furnish tho quickest, Infest und
best route Hutt from Chicago. Buy your
ticket nt Cairo eh thut route, und you
will thank us for the suggestion. On the
1st Instant a now time table took effect,
under which tbo traveler, leaving Chicago
ut 11 a.m., reaches new A'ork in the after
noon of the next day. Tho whole train
run through to New York without chang
ing cnr, either by Allcntown or Muiituu
Junction. The Pacific cxpre leave at
5 15 p.m. with elegant palace cars, nnd
reaches New A'ork in le thun thirty
huurj. The night oipre lrs-s nt t
o'clock, and also take palace car through,
making about the same time.
It is not tho extraordinary rule of speed
that accomplishes the quick time on this
line, but thu long runs without Hopping
for wood nnd water.
A through ear Is attached to each ot
thu three trains, and no pa I in or e.'i'o
havo Wen p.red to make the ear luxuri
ous nnd attractive.
Tlioolllecr und ngent of the road are
liberal, cxpuriciiced nnd Hceommodutitig
gentlemen, nnd do ull in thir power to in
suro tho safety nnd comfort of travelers.
Agnlu wo ray, If you want to go Kast, buy
your ticket rm the Pittsburg, Fort NVuynii
nnd Chicago railroad.
' i'iioh cum to .m:v vohk.
Tho trip from Culro to New York, Wn
the Illinois Central nnd lViiii'ylvnnlii
Central, ean be accomplished In uhout forty
hour. The fat New A'ork train, which
leave Chicago ut 11 o'clock, a.m., run
over the l'eiinylvanl i Central from Pitts
burg to Mantua, making only two Mops
vixs ut Altooiia and Hurrlbur. On Mon
day thi fut train mad lint run from Al
toona to HnrrUliurg, 131 miles without
stop, the engine only using one tank of wa
ter. Thi rond doe not seek to make quick
time to mtioh through fat running n by
avoiding those frequent loeul .toppagos
which not only consume the time, but the
patlnnru of tho traveler.
jill.t.lMin ami II A I tt (.onus.
Mr Adilio Buck, between Ninth nnd
Tenth streets, bin Jut returned to Cairo
with n beautiful stock of millinery nnd
hair goods; ull kinds of hair ornaments,
ribbons, nets, etc. ho hn thu latest ttylo
of dre hut lor ladies' and ehlldrcn'n sen
sides. Fr.iuieiof ull shape und colors, nnd
lllutlon of every shade, Her stock of arti
ficial lluwers cannot bo surpassed In Culro,
Mr. Buck will dree hair In uny tloirahlo
tyb', having vUIted tho hair dressing e
tiiblll.imeiit in thu Southern Hotel n'ud of
Mudainu Cambull, in St. Louis, with uii eye
to tho especial benefit of her customers in
Cairo. in 11 in.
thi: iikvt Hum: kist.
A fact worth knowing to thosts travelling
Kast by tho Fort Wnyno A- Pennsylvania
Itullrimd i that the quick timo is not miidu
by tinusunl high rute of speed, hut by long
continuous run without stopping. AYu
think thu longest run In the I'nltcd States
by uny road, without Hopping to wood or
water, I that of the IViuuylvuijin Ballrond,
from Altoona to HarrUburg, 3l mile,
Tho train leaving Chicago nt 11 n. m.,
rcaclie New A'ork the iieU nflcrnoon In
time to meet and dine with friend, Ilv
using this precaution, iasseuger uro only
going ut tho usual tpced, u fact which,
when fully understood, must muko this a
most popular and desirable train. ,
French Bronzing for shoes at Elliott, II
A Cn'. apl30d3t.
A VALUAHIi K IJfVEJfTIOJf.
Mr. Charles 3. Hutson of Commerce,
Mo., and, If wo mistake not, nt ono time a
velous ruyidity, receiving it hc.it by nn
utmost direct contact with tho fire. Wo
f)m not attempt u decrition of It, but
luti'fy ourselve with n brief reference
to It ell'ects. U can be made to furnish
any di-slred nmount of team, with les j
than one half tin amount of fuel now re
quired, li i tnfe, durable nnd cheap. If
any further rcconiiiiendatlon it needed it
may be found In the fact that steam may
a raled within tho space of twenty min
utes, Mr. Hutson experimented during a pe
riod of seven years before he brought his
"Patent Feeder," a ho culls It, to perfec
tion. Now that It I completed, uny ono
may judgo of Its utility nnd grcnt vuluo
by "calling nt tho A'ulcun Iron AVorks, In
thi city, where thu tecond one uver np
pllcd In tho United Stntc, I performing
everything claimed for It. Mr. J. T. Bon
nie, ngent, will bo happy to furnish par
ticulars. in: 1. 1' tiik I'M'oim'xm:.
An appeal for help hn ben addressed
to the citizen of Cairo, by it cominltteoof
Richmond gentlemen, acting In tho name
of families robbed of their dependence nnd
miport bv the latu calamity. Tho num
ber of sufferer I not lc than threo hun
dred nnd fifty persons, of whom sixty-five
have die I.
Contribution may bo loft with Col.
Graham, who will promptly forward them
to the needy sufferer.
V. X.C. A.
Tho firt public meeting of the iming
Men's Christian Association, will be held
nt the Methodist church on Monday even
Ing, Muv 0th, commencing at eight
After the trnnsnctlon of bulne a short
address relative to the aim nnd object of
the Association will to dollvered.by Bev.
C. 11. Footc, followed by a recitation by
Mr. itcuben A'ocum. These exerclccs
with mutlc und 5 minuto speeches will
firm the general features of tho evening's
entertnlnment. Admission Tree, hvery
body I cordially Invllwl. 2t.
X II A II tllOSNlMJ.
- Tho Poplar street crossing on the line of
Nineteenth street enlls for the Immediate
attention of the Street committee. Tho
HniiroicheJaro to cut dewn that loaded
wagon eannot pn the ttrect, und, conse.
nucntlv, much to the damage of tho butl
lies men there, avoid thnt part of tho
city altogether. Tho remedy It easily np
tilled, and In tho hopo that it will be ap
plied without further delay, wo cull nt
tentlon to the mutter.
MUIC, Milt. II AM) PAH TIME
Kvervbodv visit thu Flora Gurden bo
cause it I kept in u quiet, orderly manner,
i nnd bocnuso the mean for nmu-emcnt ure
to be found notvhvru elsolu the city.
On Sunday rpluitdid sacred music will be
d.foursed, by one of t ho Im-si bmidtuf the
country s there will be mutch shooting
eamiis of ten-nins: plenty uf shade und
shelter, nnd plenty of cool,. Invigorating
drink. All wull-behavcd persons are cor
it F.FISIIKB, Prnj.'r,
ITIKNTIO.V silt K.MdIITS.
"5 A regular (vuiclavu of Cairo Com
vXmandry No. 13, of Knight Templar
will bo held at the Aylum In tho city o
Cairo, thl, Saturday evening, Muy 7lh, nt
ch;ht o'clock, sharp.
All sojourning Sir Knight are cordially
invited to ultcnd. JAS.a.BEAKDh.N,
To the fjrmer patrons of D. S. Parker,
Photographer, In this city, wo would state
that wc are In poscsidou of ull his reserved
negatives, al.ohls solar cumeru.
W'o are prepared to execute any order
from the uforetnld negative ut reJuceU
rule. HINCKLKY A NOYKS,
Mound City, III , May '-'nd. 0t
n .1. Geo. Steluhouse, formerly of the St.
Churle Hotel, bus opened it burlier shop
on the corner of Klghth street und Com
mercial a venue, (Perry House) und with
tklllful nltiitit I prcpured to execute ull
buslnes Incident to the profession In the
iiut x'ientltlo manner, una to mo inn sat
isfaction of his cii.toiner. upl'.'idlm
The St. Nleholu"llllllurd Hull I ono
of thu largest und bct furnished in tho
country. It I the resort of both citizen
und stranger who Indulge In billiard
AVill tho people avoid these dangers by
using u genuinu article, which 1 perfectly
sufu nnd hn thu reputation of ibeing the
best in uso? It is thu Aurora Oil. It
give n brilliant light, nnd eun be hud nt
P5 Ohio Levee. Cull und get the cheapest
Oght In use. tf
H11ST 01' TDK NKAKOX
Khilngen, Seller, nnd Blno Lick
Waters, nnd nil tho other variety of
waters from the colebruted spring of Ger
many and America, nu draft und for sulo
by the gluut gallon nr barrel at tho drug
.tore of II. T. Whitnker, No. 108 Commer
cial iivenuo, Culro III. upll'Jtf
Ciinnlnglinm is offering luduccuionts in
linen goods, which will bo found to bo SO
per cent. le than In uny other house in
the city. . tf.
Endor's Chill Cure "It never
in black silks ot Cunning
tf. Go nnd see the Marin Antonetto shoo nt
Elliott,. Huythorn & Co'. nplSOdat.
Drnwors and Undershirt, at a sacrifice
at P. Neir, No 70 Ohio Leveo.
Tuber Brothers nro receiving now
pntern of jewelry every few days.
Dakciai.vsI BaiioaimhI A good suit of
clothing for ten dollnfs, nt P. Neil", 79
A now supply of Calf Hoot and finltcra
just received ut P. Nell's, No. 50 Ohio
Clothing for the million nt P. Neff's No
70 Ohio levee. The best good In the city
will bo found nt thl hnuc tf
Everything in tliu ixot nnd shoe line for
gentlemen's weurnt Klliott, Hnythom A'
Pitcher & Henry's lnrgu stock of hard-
wnre, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc.,
will be sold without reuiird to ro.t.
Everybody uses AVIznrd Oil, nnd Bar
clay Bro. sell it cheap for cash. Pat
ronlzo homo institution. Buy from the
Beaver brand tiuro Mohair, uneu-
quullcd for lustre, dyo and finish, nt Cun
ningham's. He also has the celebrated
Swlsj olpacca ' a now importation, ti.
JUHTreceiveil at Mr. O. McGce ,nfinc
asortment of Midskh' nnd Umlukkn o
nliur.s ofevery ttylo nnd description.
K l.o tit.
Ono hundred hulf.bnrrel of Choice
Fumlly lour, sultnblo for thu trade, for
alc nt the Egyptian Mills. upll Jdtf
They never tiro tho rye. They last
many years without change. They nru
perfect In every particulars. They nrc
warranted not to break. Cnll on Tabcr
Bros., our well known Jeweler, and uks
about them. m'.IMawlm
They never tiro tho eye. They nro
warranted not to break. They arc jierfee
In every particular. Get n pair from
Tuber Bro. See advertisement of "Per
fected Spectacle." mny3dlmltw
Go to J. O. Bagwell, Photographer,
corner Eighth trcct, nnd Ohio Loves', for
pictures Carlo do A'ltlte, -te. Huvlng
mado arrnngement with somo of the best
artist of our largo cltle, ho respectfully
tollclu order for copying and enlsrgo
Ing old picture. Call at hi room and
see specimen of work In that line.
Trlralis, rwlilMli! In AUr, Col t
snlhrcy, " (Vilor.o, m Ius;
Miie Etrt, Cln Cn.lismtal.ilo
Cnaininn ill llls Wrnmi do
liulaVil.f, N O. J W Oirrs'lt, il"!
llvlle bt Luuis, Mrmp; ItC(itj, Aik lti.
lun Ablr, Coliimli'iti
Mulli t.tflt, .N U,
Ctiamp.on, SI. Mui.j
llnlr it l.ul-,ilu
Hum !lruu, ue;
The gale of wind continued last night
until utter midnight, threuti nlng dainngu
to weak building but doing little thut we
have heard of. It however delayed ull
the pncUct and kept the (Julck.ti p from
urriving here until nearly noon to-dny
twenty hour behind her usual time. The
chumplon lot u lot of furnlturo which wit
blown overboard from her hurrlcuno deck.
lUlu commenced fulling in imall shower
till morning nftor tho gale subsided, nnd
the day continues damp nnd gloomy.
Tho river continue falling rapidly hav
ing reccedi'd fully two feet slnco list re
port. Tho Jdlssinlppl Is ngain fulling nt .St.
Louis, nnd all tho streams above thut port
are doing likewise.
Tho Ohio Is falling nt Pittsburg, with I
feet 4 Inches water. It Is ulso fulling ut
Louisville, with;" feet Clnchc In the chute..
Tho Cumberland I falling with 7 feet
on Hnrpoth shoals.
Business hero continue moderate.
The Colorado received 10 ton fur Vicks
burg nnd way points.
The Continental received '.'00 ton for
Now Orleans nnd way.
Tho Quickstep brought a moderate trip
Tho Lumsden was delayed by the gnlo
nnd hn SO.' h lids tobacco for ruihlpmiiiit to
"Now Orleans. Hho wn expected every
moment a our report closed, nnd will re
turn to Cumberland river tills evening,
llccciptj per rail nru fair, although
greatly below whut they were omo week
Ciiptiilu Boardman I having n steamer,
with an iron hull, built nt Cincinnati, to
run in Bod river. Her main deck will bo
Tho Commercial, lately sold nt Mem
phis, will run in the Kvttnivlllo and Mem
phi trade, in command of Captuln Lei.
Ware, of Memphis.
Tho Thompson Dean is expected to leave
for Now Orleans to-night, If shocan got her
freight on board In tlmo. If not, sho will
leave In tho morning.
Tho Bollo Memphis I tho rcgulnrpacket
for Memphis this evening.
Tho City of Evansvillo is the Culro and
Evunsvlllo puekot this evening, nnd the
Idlewlld to-morrow, (Sunday).
Tho Potrolla and Milbrey leaven muni
this evening for Pudueah, wind andProvl
dence permitting. They both foughUhcir
way tnrougn wiu gi mo. vivmugi
will be very Hkel fo do to to-day. .
CAIRO TRANSFER CO
THROUGH Bills UDIHG
121 villi In nil Atnllahle Points.
BY RA1LJ3R BY WATER
St. Louis .Cairo & New
Orleans Packet to.
IIIHMAUCK . TIIOMIJ
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IXitniriiDK oil lh nr. siel lrnt tn.Uoutof
for Nrw Oilnsns . Tl.si H nir
I'KPI'K.lt,- . ... Mr,
will Iriiro r.rritIAV. Ksr Inir. 'J K
1'uiin'H.uiiK l irlen' uli tKeu I.Ido
bt i r i',
l.lvcriHiol, ." Vorls. lloaloii, tsd Ual-
s - Ion, Tciaa.
I'nnr ml Hhiipr inj a n nl m
LaiaU Itusinx Cairo pilnetllll M .'
(II I AS. T. IIIMIK.
n V.'h.til..!. 1'nMir Unillnr.
Memphis and bt. Louis
... . . .
Th follow inn Il,t i oin ri- llil. Lin nail will
run In thr filloiiiitr'lri
Arnir-tcv to, Air ti liro,
' sills. sr Luei r,r-i.j,r."
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otl.OUADO 'Friday, 1 . Sunday I m.
cm m ,iUu . do do
un'lsy, 1 1, n runtay.U.m.
t I. Kill t il. UO I
O'liuis-l-iiiiaiM L"ii.. it.
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Kr.iklll. 1'ael.H nn.ai,,
fliiiMli I'ai ltri S ,iiiix,
II I VH-llllia HnlllllMll I. Una
Irmlilila ) Willi' Itltrl I'arkrl Co.,
Arb.li lllrl I'ackrl S-,n,ial ,
'l.liiiilil ami ClirUliill l. II.,
anl jll.l.lii' X. 'I t-it lis It, II
At V.. UU.ir)( II.
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(Imtll tlliuilrfl. I la.l.MS l"l'i ...UIO ll al'.
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C1IAS. T ItlM'K .-n-ra Asnt.
dim rnn W larl Nisi.
-l. t'l.Vl-It t Kl ' "'! I'awnn Altriit
Nashville . and Cairo
if , Consisting ol the lollowini;
lll'-7t!t"'' tplendld passenger Heamer:
STIIONfl SU.Ift I
l.cistta l.ry MusisIms- al 4 1'
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l.riistt I'.vrr Tliiira.li' alt I'.M.
l.easra l.vcry Nuliisrty al 4 l. M.
Thrinitfli Bills Lading (.Iven Via. Niwh-
111 ami la I ro I'utkcts and
lit .Vaalitlll... t'liallniiiiiiua, Trtsn.l Al
InoIk, s IsisiiiiKk, ll mil,-, Matron, '.
s;ulii- U'l-Hl'l'ulssl. S.i iirlown. Mil
I itul 1. tiis.l tvitlntilM. Ala. I
K r,y. Alis lirle-.loi. si. .1 Sirlsiia,
.tin, I Natmiali, (.a.; t lIlillt.Rlou, S. C
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( HAS. T. HINWE,
A gent at Cairo.
nr.NBY JO.VIX. Pros'!. HAM J. IIAI.K. Bte'y.
Ctiiiei ot the following Ural
AI.K'i: li:.Sf - John Bl"k. M.r
HSUl'T IIUssAts r".'!k.'?! nB .'.
i i . :, i.a W it- Mil r
MI.VS'.ll .tlisu., Hen M. Mrrriclat 11
h 'st J. II A I.K mW, l. Waur r "
One of UiHBlxjvetpncll'l .lusmera Irsvo Cslro
for .Meinelil eery Tuesday and 8auirdy, and
for Cliicinnail eti ry Krl.lsy and nitiirU.,,
CHAM. T.iU.MlK. Axenl, a-atira.. I III.
OUiee rt. Wharf.Uat.
hvansville and Cairo
Packet Compan y.
, -jfrTV Conitlng oi the tollow
-tS2,Splendid Faitenger Stea
FOWI.KR Maner W MiWI.KK -
I.nVK. tuini Siinda and Tlmri'dHj' al A
nniuuiu II, NMMirilX
Leave. Calm Ydradrf) ru rrnta) al 4 p. m,
Cilyof Evans ville,
l,eveCnlrii Ve.i c.l)snndbniril)sl Sp.ni.
CeimwliiiK at .'.ilncali wiili T.ni esse riser
pa.il eta. t Miiillilalid villi B.hlll I eel-flu. ft
kvi.n.vlVe Willi Ihe r. Ridar paekels nr l.piil.ville
, .. i . v. 1- It Ir 11 f r a n 1 1 trsrilnfml
R'lll i:U0IUOU, HU4 Hie r. . Viif i.t
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