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THE CAIRO BUXjXLBTIIsr, 0DElOE3333R
CnriHT Nlrrrl ami Ohio Lever,
(her Vine ut'n Grocery Hlorc, Inform" Iho people
nf Cairo lint hn Iin- nrclinpcit nnl refitted In Hip
mtl thorough innnnor the
Xir t.uro GUory
of J, O. llajiwell, mllna U one f the. tnot com-plt-ioln
thoWcat. ,1C If now prepare J to do all
inn. Ii ill work in lili line, from the H.MALI, ESI
MIXATt'lU: TO I.1FK-SIZK 1'OHTnAITil. He,
in tho most approved atytn. The toil kind ol
i.ulutc tk t ;tn cloudy; neather. Childrcm
Idulurn tnken In thren to four eocond. Old pic
ture roplqj and enlarged. Cotno one, come all
ami nun hi specimen. dcc2ndt(
mi OF THE CITY,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Xaw Timet Tnble.
On ntidnftor 12:30, p.m., Sunday, J)ec.
-lib, Uiu following timo table will govern
tlm arrival ntiil dnpnrturo or passenger
trains nt (dim:
II K PART.
Mull tmin leave at 3:40 a.m.
Kxprc, ' " at 3:!!0 p.m.
M I.ouU nml Cairo Kxprcsss
lcnvcsat....i l:i!0 n.m.
Accommodation leaves nt.,.li!:30 p.m.
Mn.l arrive 2:0j tun.
Kxprcss, arrive 1. 12:21 p.in.
l t. Louis nnd Cnlro Kxpreis
arrive! "4:43 pjn.
Th lnt natnod train leave St. Louis nt
lfttO u.m. Trailer can leave Cairo nt 1:20
nu,. reach .St. Louts at 7:25 a.m., remain
. n tlio city thrtio hour, ami return to
Cairo at 4 1 p.in., tho sainoday.
T: i l.';30 accunmndstlon and Cairo and
t. Lou! express loavo daily i all other
lc:ivu daily oieept Sunday.
Way passenger should bear In mind that
Mm 330 ji.m., train make only fourstop
r jigs between Cntro and Ccntralln, vl:
.Ijncboro, Carbonrtalc, Dti Quoin and
AMilcy. Tlio 12:20 p.m., train stop at all
u station along tlio route. '
dtcStf Agent, Cairo. ,
Tub l'ublic School. will rc-opon on
Tuesday, .January tlio 3rd.
A i.Ar.nr. stock of furnishing good of all
kinds nlwnvs on hand nt P. Ncfl's, No. 79
O'.b Lore?. ' decOtf
MiuAV. F. l'itchor lint accepted a tltti
nt:nn In tlio now buslnoi homo of Rcod iV
Foil piltobt and cartridge and bowlo
knives, go direct to 1. NcIT, No. 70 Ohio
ANr'Inekof reading matter that may
lo noticed In thU Imiio of tlio JU'LListin
n.ay lw a cribed to slcknosi nmoung our
i Fi.cnvC'ioko Family l nur in DM
half bbls.i sacks, Ac, for sal at thoLgyp
tan Mill. BU
Avi.e elder of unquotlonnllj purity,
can be purchhico by thu gallon or barrel
from D. Artor & Co.
Wanted Ijihkdiatkly. &00 wood
chopper to out wooden tho lino of tho St
Lauliit Iron Mountain railroad. TIi
faro ttcki'U furnished at the ticket oMco In
,t. LpuU. Watjci SI 20 per cord. Apply
at thu Tarlou woolyaid, or to
i; niJ'Hf. H. J. DEAL, Charleston, Mo
Tho city el ctloa now only ovuu or
oight week of,' li cxcltlnc Uttlo or no t
tentlon. Wo havo hoard It Intimated that
tho "ring" that runa tho Radtcal-pMty In
Cairo, proposo the formation of i -UUvd
t'eket" black ami white candidate. Th
negro DIrd U pokon of in connection with
tho city clcrkuhip.
Wr. deelro to remind tho raider that
Ircili Ualtlnforo oyetor and all kind of
gamo in'iCAJon, nre son cd night or day
any ilylo dcIrcd, at Lonl norbcrf
Partie desiring oyntcr by tho can or
iw, can bo supplied nt tho ruling rate, nt
tho unmo place.
Tiik whito-balrcd King who ofTercd mil
lion for n now pleasure, would havo a
ignil tho reward to Minion's Vitulla, or
Salvutlon for the Hair, becnujo It would
h wo enabled him to renew in hi sllvor
lock thoir youthful clory. Tho Vitalla
U clear and ha no sediment. It due not
stain tho skin, but will color tho hair in a
very fow npplcatloni. Sold by all drug
Tin: dreadful yellow dlsoao is raging in
this country. Death staros you In tho faco
AVliy do you delay ? Go to tho drug storo
nnd got a paolcago'of Simmons' Liver Reg
ulator for ono dollar, and roraovo tho
nn!n nf this fatal disease Keen your livor
In propor ordor nnd thero i no danger of
your being nmictou. uociuu. m
First Nation.il Hnk orcalro,
Dee. 10. 1 870.
Tho annual meeting for tho election of
.... - . 1 t.
llvo Directors will no JiolU at imn un,
Tuesday, Jan. 101b, 1871, batweon tho
hour of 10 o clock n.m. ana 4 p.m.
o. sr. iiuohes,
Turkkt rnfllo nt Itful Herbert's to
night, commencing nt half-past 10 o'clock,
or immediately after tho closo of tho per
fonnanco in tliojhoater. Purtlos doirlng
to carry awy a flno Now Year'g turkey
jshQuld put in an flppearftiice. H
Tin: following Cairoiteinro operating in
MomphUi J01. V. Healy in coal; James
Dinan ns drayman; Ous Althouso and
Johnny AVindrcm, clerking; James C
Duff running for Aldormnn.
Mrs. GArt'NRY has taken tho liouo on
tho corner of .Fourth street and Washing,
ton nventio, and will open tho same on Frl.
day ovening with u ball, to which sho cor
dlnlly Invites nil her friends, mnlo and'fe
mnlo. Wo hope this invitation will meot
n generous response. Good music, good
order and n good timo mny be expected.
den 29 3t
Kliction Kotick Notico is hereby
givo that thero will bo n meeting of tho
atockholders of the City National Bank on
Tuesday, January 10th, 1871, for the pur
poso of electing seven Directors to servo
during tho ensuing year.
dwlOdtd A. U. HAFFOHD, Cash.
LohT, this (Wednesday) morning, on
Wnlnut street, botween 0th and Hthstrcot,
a old sleovo button, with diamond shaped
garnet sot In center, with small pearl sots
on eltherside. Tho Hndor will bo suitably
rewarded by leaving tho same at this ofllco
or at tho residenco of O. P. Lyon, on 14th
street, between Walnut and Codar. It
V. Lamiiekt Ohio Levee, between
Eighth mid Tenth streets, ha enlarged
and Improved hi shaving and hnlr-cutting
saloon and is prepared o shavo custo
mers In tlrtt class style.
Clean towol., sharp razors and courteous
attention nro among tho attractions of tho
tabliihin cut. tf
The head cook of the steamer W. It.
Arthur (Dill Harrison) gave his pastry
cook n batlng, yestorday ovening, his
prime object being to show tho young
man who is boss of that cook house. Mr.
Harrison wm brought before ShanriMsy
thl morning, und tin J $. and the trim
mlngt, which ho paid with apparent cheer
fulness. Jauk TckNKB, a colored ox-pollecman
of New Orleans attempted to rescue ft
colored friend from tho clutches of olllccr
Cain, yesterday, and was, himself, taken
in charge. Tho enso not being one ofm
very aggravated chnraectcr, 'squire Shan
ntny let Turnor olf this xnornlni;, on tho
pnytnont of a lino of $5 and cost C,40.
Tab r.u IIhotueim, 83 Ohio Levee, will
hereafter keep constantly on hand, direct
from tliu Kaitorn manufacturers tho very
best winter stralnod purlMaVsperin oil, for
sewing machines, and all flno and light
machinery. This oil has nover yet been
supercoded by any of tho manufactured
oils, us it never gums or is nt'ectud by tL
Pkiwonal Tax m. Parties dollnquent
for porfonal city taxes, are hereby notified
thaton tho 1st day of January, coU will
be added to nil sums then delinquent, and
I shall proceed under thu law, to solto and
soil property for tho satisfaction of tho
same. JOS. 11. TAYLOIt,
dec27d3t City Collector.
Cx,Siir.t: ii am got In ono of his way
Inst night, and was brought before 'squiro
Shannssy thi morning chatged with tho
grave otfcnso of striking hi wife. Ho
was fined J30 and costs. Hclng unable to
liquidate-ho was ordered to tho calaboose.
On his way thlthcr'ho bemoaned his dis
grace most feelingly, and in a lit of daspo
Tatlon drow a two ounce vial of laudanum
from his pocket, and swallowed its con
tenU. A doo of Ipecac was promptly ad
ministered, and Con Shcehan still lives.
As Con Is In the habit of stimulating, it
is thought that the doso would not havo
had n fatal effect In any event.
Fiikmi meats, served in tho ncalcit and
most cleanly manner, can always bo foun
In abundanco for iho trade, nt tho Central
Ment market of Fred Koohler & Co., on
Washington nvonue, ft fow doors below
Tenth. None but tho finest cittlo, sheep,
nnd hogs nro slaughtered, and, consequent
1 v every body who patronize tlio Central
Meat market can rest satlstlcd that ho or
sho will bo supplied with tho belt meats to
bu found In Cairo.
Customers' basket delivered In any part
of tho city.
BayFrcih suusugo every moaning, tf
TiiKchnnccs in tho rnlllo for Joo Mc
Kenzlo's eighty ncro tract of land In Mis
sissippi county, having nearly all been ta
ken, tho ralllo will tako place at tho now
Dolmonico t 9 o'clock on Friday evening
next. Tho land lying directly on tho lino
of tho Cairo and Fulton railroad, will, on
tho completion of that thoroughfare, bo
como valuable. Furthermore, Old Joo re
sort to tho ruflloa nmcansof replenish
ing his depleted purse, and hopes that his
friends will bo present at tho timo nnd
placo abovo indicated.
All chances unpaid Tor at tho timo of
tho rafilo will bo resold. 3t
Duki.vo tho past two or threo days
Messrs. Feuchter & Co. have been cutting
and putting up a very clear and solid ftr.
tide cf ice. They obtain It from tho chuto
pu the Mississippi sldn of tho city, and
should the weather remain favorable a
few days longor they will secure an abun
dant supply for nest Summer's uso.
Whilo Mr. John Sackbergor's team was
standlng'on tho loe yesterday, tho animals
becumo alarmed at somo object and at
tempted to run off Ono of them fell into
a holo that had been cut in the ico, and
slipping out of its harness, went under and
drowned. Tho animal was a valuable ono
being ono of the span which Mr. S. won u,
fewuights ago at a raffle.
TOY TEA SETS
CHINA, AND OF
WAX TAPERS .
' PENNY TOYS,
TEA SETS FOR ONLY $18 00.
NOS 6 AND 7,
Local Brevities. Cnpt. Bill Hamblc
ton wavln tho city yestorday, indulging
in practical jokes nt tho cxponso of Uapf
Tho Metropolitans called out n very
Mr houso last night. If tk patronago is
encouraging to-night, It is probablo that
tho company will remain hero during tho
balanco of tho week.
AJdorman Konnody secured tho con
tract for tho removal of tho lato Rough
aud Rnndy engine houso from its present
location to tho lots on Thirteenth street re
cently purchased by the Hibernians.
The Interesting chapter of 'Trossllinn
Court, which occupies our first page, to tbo
exclusion of all othor matter, is "paid
matter." It will repay tho trouble of pe
rusal. Tho Cairo and Evnnsvillo packet Ar
kansas Hollo has beca detained hero two or
throo days on account of tho ice. During
that interval Mcsirs. Pennington nrul
Laugblln, clerks, havo most successfully
assimilated themselves to Cairo ways and
conditions. They are deservedly popular
The Athen.uc m. Tho audlinco nt tho
Athcncnm, last night, was highly rcipoc
tablo in point of numbers and otherwise.
Wo remarked tho fact with pleasure, in
the company now performing there had
not been patronized nccordiifg to Its mer
it. Tlio drama "All that CJUor is not
Gold" was rendered In a vorj satisfactory
manner, Mr. Whlto porsonafng "Toby
Twinkle' in n manner cntirely'ji keeping
with his woll-carncd reputation. Wo re
gret that wo cannot say ns much fur hi
The management, yielding to tho ro
quest of ntimcrou citizens will reproduce
to-night that beautiful nnd nbsorblngly
Interesting legendary drama, "Il!p ,Vnn
Winkle," Mr. Whito appearing in tho
character of "Rip"' n role In which ho
Tako your ''folks," go early nnd secure
Among tho gifts that filled tho Blocking
of n little four-ycar old girl, on Christmas
morning, was found tho following
letteh raoM havta clavs.
Ir Kda, while I Mop mjr ur,
Anil down the chimney creep,
1 liuinpin hea'l and Mnutmy noo
Vet jrou ro ft ailrep.
Tlio bl" on mjr b.vk ilo ncetn,
Ai heavy, mot, a lr l
l'llrettablt, and while 1 do,
I'rrp In jour little otd.
I.el'a nee yourfAcl! Te, you're teen Rood
So twill drop a Wm
Kl;ht on your mouth Myl how you more)
1 taw your counlni, too, to-nlRht
Alt nettled up ailcep
If they had known that 1 wat thero,
I if'ic.a they'd had n peep.
I hunt uruuml and find you've dolU,
Anddlihoi too, and toy,
Po I mutt ute mot of my tiling.
For other Kirli and boy ;
For thero are nome, poor Uttlo lhlni,
Wi i h no t h I li i; o li'p i r lie w ;
They'll h.ire no candy, nut nor tnj ,
l'nle 1 laUo a few.
The.o nro your stocklnji. (How they've
Since tlr.t I found them here ;
The little thloRi that etuflitl them t:nx,
Would new be loit, I fear.)
Thl picture, that I leave for yon,
I hope you'll llko risht well ;
Ami thl tne (wiirur, weetett box
t made ol pretty thell.
My elelfth lelli tinkle at your Kto.
My coM ateedi sump thalr ft
I mint ro through the keyhole now,
And hurry down the Mreet,
I need not mention all the thing
I leavo for you, Imuuo
Whea you wake up you'll know they're from,
Your food, old
BANT A CLAW.
The meat market of Gayor & Co., at tho
corner of Washington uvonuo nnd Tenth
street, is ono of "institutions' of the city.
It Is not only nbundantly supplied with
tho best of pork, beef, veal, mutton lamb,
Sftussgo," etc., but It presents nn nlr or
clwnllnos nnd order that Is rarely sent In
establishment of llko character.
Gayer & Co. havo had many year ox
porieneo ns butchers, nnd havo long ngo
learned that'Itpays bestto keep lino menu
nnd command flrit-clns custom. For
choice moats, therefore, cut in n ncit aid
skillful mannor, go to "Tho Fcoplo',MoAt
Market," prcildod over by Gayer & Co
NowiiKUE in tho city do tlio ladiosfind
n liner, mora fashtohnblo orbottor.vscrted
stock nf marlno, silk and IrM po;illn,
luitrca, alpacas, nnd dres gs and trim
ming generally than nt (ioldtino ai d
Rosenwnter's, 138 Comi'erctnl nvenuo.
And not less attractive ! tho stock of
MINK AND OT'" ri'l'.,
staple and fancy dry (.nl, gloves, lioslnry,
For tho mnlo jior'on of the commun
ity tlio firm has pro-ided one of tho bot
assorted stocks f dotting and gouts' fur
nishing good i to bo bund in the State of
Illinois. Tho supply of piece goods,
cloths, casslineros, Jonas, satlnotts, woollon
nnd cotton goods, white, colored and varl
gatcd yarns, is not surpassed in the city;
and as to tho price a moment's Inquiry
will satisfy any ono that
OOLIMTINE A lUMKNWJTKn CANNOT 1IK
It is their purposo tcsell n largo quan
tity of goods this wintor, and to induce
the people to buy thoy proptso to oilor
bargain lhat can bo secured In no other
respectable houso in tho city dc20d0t
Sholl oysters rocolv.'d every day
Ladles' and Misses' llattoncd and Sklc
lacod Shoes in French kid nnd oil goat at
"City Shoo Storo."
Splendid Fiush Meats. Jns. Kynas
ton, corner of Nineteenth nnd Poplar
streets, line on hnnd nnd Is slaughtering for
tho trade, somo of tlio finest beeves over
brought to Cairo. For the holidays ho
has purchnsod llvo liotd. of cattlothat can
not bo surpivsd, on o 6 lliom a four yuar
old, weighing ono thoufund eight hundred
Citizens of tho Fourth, ward and of tho
city gcnoridly who wnntoxtra flno fresh
meats for tho holidays sloliUl not fnil to
call on Kynaston. Ho c(n supply beef,
pork, mutton, veal, lamb, und sausago in
any quantity deiired and on satisfactory
term Sco card in nnoth.r column, t
Tin: Rough nnd Ready bill, in School's
hall, on Monday.January 2d, is tho great
nttmctlon for Ney Year. Ttkcts aro in
active demand, fot two reasois : Tlio first
is that ovorybody Knows that tho Rough
always get up flrycl:m balli; nnd sec.
otidly, ovorybody iVil satisflol that tho
company Is entitled sitbstanlial encour
agement. Memhs. Elliot, llnjthorn & Co., would
remind tho public thnt.jbosidosn Vry lnrgo
stock of nil kind of boU nnd sho., they
have n full supply of Arctic nnd mbbor
overshoes for ladjn, gentlomon, girls nnd
boys. They woul furthor remind tho
ptiblfc that wnrm, dry feet arc csjonllft'j,'o
health, and thnt now 1 tho timo to givt
Hint matter peiiiil attention.
Call and sco tli& tock. f
Tiik DollnrSt goods cheaper than
any other ostabllshmonv In tho city will
duplicate onv bill in its lino nt from 10 to
;M) por centum less than is paid nt othor
Tho flock comprise! many npproprixto
holiday gift, such a pictures, photograph
ilbtims, vase, etc., gent undorwoar, hose,
stc, nil " which nro offered nt price thnt
Call nt the old stand of Mrs. Oswald
near tho corner of JJIghth nnd Commer
A Maonikicknt Residence ton Sale
or. Runt. I ilmlro cither to sell or rent
my roildonce, situated on tho corner" of
Holbrook nvenuo nnd twenty-fourth strict.
It contains nino lnrmi nnd comfortablo
rooms nnd n well ventilated cellar, out
houses all complete, embracing n fine two
story barn. Tho ground contain eight
lot,' ono nnd n half foot above grade, nicely
fenced, containing a largo quantity nnd
variety of fruit trees, vinjs nnd shrubs
of tho choicest selection. Tho place will
bo rented or sold on rc.tsonablo term.
Apply to JOEL G. MORGAN.
Doc, 'it d2w.
The best of .'rush moat,' jludlng boef,
pork, lamb, vonlstin, mutton, voal, sausage
etc., can be secured from tho moat shop of
Joint IVtrie, corner of Washington avonuo
and Fourteenth strocot, in tiny quantity
desfrcd. Potrlo is nn experienced butcher,
Mlis nono but tho fine', and fattest, mil
tnals, nnd deals with mon, women and chil
dren alike, fairly and honorably. Gusto
mors may send thoir children with overy
aMttranco that any kind of ment called for
will bo furnUhod, and full weight given In
every iiutntice. Offering thanks for tho
patronage horetoforo extended, ho nsks.a
jontinuanccof the same promlIng to glvo
ntiilacticn to everybody. ilccilm
HOI.MDAY Go&Di Kott THE MILLION
Messrs. E. & W. Ruder, jevolors, comor
of Eighth street nnd Washington nvonue,
havo mado laro pttrchaes with nn especial
view of nocouimoJatlng ti.e holiday de
mand. They havo n tlno stock of silver
and jilntcd waro In sot mid by tho pieco,
of tho latost pattorns, plain or elaborately
ornamented to suit tho varied taste of the
million. Thoy nlso havo n large assortment
of Jewelry; linger ring of all kind, gold
nnd sllvor watches, breast pins, shove but
ton, gold neck nml guard chains, brace
lets, cold nnd sllvor thimbles, napkin
rings, handkerchief holders, gold spratn
clos, charms, loohcts mi l everything else
ordinarily found In th largeit mid bwt
supplied jowidry uatablishtiu'iit.
Parties dojJrmg appropriate and la-ting
holiday good can find thorn in no greater
nbundi.net, or nt morn n:ouablj jirlcvs
tliniiat Messr. liudw'. Cn'.l and exam
lie thoir iek. decSOtf
Clo!n Out .Salt.
Twonty-fiva thousand ilolhw worth of
rcady.tnado clothinjr, !mta, oops, ooi'j,
sluKfii, trunk and valwe art' offered lor
sale by P. NeH, 7'., Ohio Levw, nt AC-
Tl'AL COST PUlCKf, 't w l"
tontinn to uUo out Ut I'1"1 lul ""
bark ex t lv and twre oxtonslvoly in
J. and merohnnt tailor.
Tiiolfins,lt "I' f"l,lw nnopior
luiiltv to secure clothing eheupor than
evrrbof. v ofiVrod In this iimrkot.
KKi:P Il'liKl'OKETUi: PEOPLE
fhat Ptcr Noll', No.TU Ohio lovee, I
closiiig'outhii largo nnd wull iclcctolxtocl;
clolhlng, hoots time, hat, uitpn, trunk i
ami valise, it nnd
IlKLOW I'OST. j
It U his purposo toomhark moru oxtuii- .
sivoly in tit o merchant tailoring und fur- ,
nishing goods business hcncnT.hu desire ,
to close out tlio stock abpvo cjiumcrnted.
deolOtf 7 ' i
Budor Bros, havo engaged, the service
of n first class engraver during tho holi
ilnvs. Parties nurchntlni! coods from the
amino (joods aud work.
Cheat Bahoains until Dec. 31st to
Clohe out Stock. Host Java coffee 30c
per lb.; Laguyra25; Rio 20 to 23; Pow
dorod sugar 10; A.sugar ir,; O. sugar MJ;
Domarara 14 ; N. O. sugar 12; sccdlcs
raisins 25; layers 20; Currants 20; Prunes
20: Peaches 124 1 Puro Buckwheat flour
nln. 11..,-II ....I. 1.'llt,(o I.'.,!!.!. I
walnuts 20; Almond 30; Candy 20 to 40;
Baking powdsr 40o por lb.; Cholco ntnplo
syrup $1 60 per gnllon ; Silver drips $1 10
Canned peaches 2"c per can ; Blackberries
20; Tomatoes 20; Raspberries, Pineapple,
Plums nnd Cherries 30; Egyptian Black
ing Oc por box ; nnd nil other goods cheap
er than tho cheapest, by John II. Phil
lips, corner Washington avenuo and l tth
St., Agont for tho Morchant's Union Tea
Company, Now York. Teas at New York
prices. dcc2" Ct
If you wnnt n good, stylish and woll-
lltiing suit of clothes, mado to order, j'oti
msu go to V. oll, o. i'j Ulilo J.ovco.
No Name. It is n common tltlrig now-
a-day to hear porsons complain about
their physical disabilities which bring so
much (iHcomfort to both mind nnd body,
that they find no J gratification In nnythln
around thorn. Ono ha no satisfying mt
at night; nnothcr is nlwny peovlsh nnd
despondent; still another takes no delight
in society : nnd others again find no com
pensation in labor, exercise, or even life.
No namo is given in pathology for their
ullments, novcrtholess, tho ci nro nl
Mnysprwcnt, Thoy simply lack vital
povor nnd Prof. Baker wys that "tho
bcslrcmcdy for this clan Is MISHLER'S
HKIJJ BITTERS," which ho 1ms "used
for sewal years, nnd with uniform sue
cos,'' nf, tones tlio Stomach nnd Liver
tho seat ofij0conjpiilrit and reconstructs
the shnttorea,on,tltiition. Tlilt vitalizing
ton to spccdilyjnnioves tho caucof languor
nnd discontent ; 'mparts n calm forco to
tho nervous sjstom., rouses tho dominant
organs of tho Nxy; and blesses tho sufferer
with perfect nnd luting health.
A I1RICK DYVKIAlXfj HOUSE FOR
A two story brick rIdencc, admirably
arranged, with largo gijunds (1 lcU), sit
untod on tho corner of kolbrook avonuo
nnd Twcnty.thlrd street, w51 Lo sold on tho
mo't reaionnhlo term. It!. located on
high grounds, in nn cxcolluit nelghbor
kcoil, tho grounds containing tearing fruit
trees, vines nnd choice sclectloisof shrub
bery. It is, in short, ono of th complect
omes in tlio citv.
Apply to " W. II. THOMAS,
At Thomas, Groan itAllon
Arllnglon, Columhd, A-mvta. I'.idiienh,
ldordo, Vickaburjf, W It Arthur, New Orl'n.
Arlington, ColuinlnH, Antiul.i, Pudieuh,
M HuUkIOII, l.UJM.IIf.
The weather moduatcd vciy much
yestorday nnd n light, ilooty rain fell
during tlio nficmoon. Till morning tho
thermometer had fallen to 28 dcg.
Tho river has fallen nbout thrco foot
slneo tho ico commenced running.
Th)-ivcr has fallen raprdly during tho
past two day having receded fitly 20 Incite
Tho ico in tho Mifslsippl is not i.cnr so
heavy oppiito this city owing to n gsrgo
nlwvo Grand Tower, and it I poisblo
that river will bo clear of k by to nljht.
Tlio leu in tho Ohio Is on tho Increase, tnd
extend ulmost entirely n cro tho ri'cr.
Tho Columbus packet Arlington, tnd
tlio Mnrblo City nnd Mary Houston wcro
detained sovernl hours ywtordny nt the
Chalk Banks, whoro tho river is narrow, by
tho groat quantity of ico which is thero
forced through a very small spaco. For
tunatoly tho Ico from tho Mississippi com
menced decreasing in tlio evening nnd
they foiccd thoir way through, It is prob
able that there will bo no further trouble
at that point this winter. Tho Julia,
bound frcm Vlcktburg t Cairo, laid up
nt, Belmont, nml her crow wont homo by
tho Iron Mountain R. R.
Tho Olifo I iinnavIgHhlo on account o
c fromSwltlilandto PitUburn, althoughf
notclosod Intlrely for somo dlitanco abovo
the. rormor pott. It is Nilivd to bo
clocdnt Irish Jlrotuyc Bar, 103 miles
There is a little ico in lulh thu Comburland
and Tcnnorsoo river, but not nuottgh to
inturfero with navigation.
Jitisiniif. lure continue, nmcii nioro
lively than the meagre port list would
Kcm to indicate.
Tlio Mnrblo City is rapidly receiving
nnd will loavo horo thl nftirnoon with 2'i()
or n00 toils from Cairo.
Tho Doxter has already received iik'1'
;y 1000 tons nnd will clear for No" 'r'
leans this ovonlng with nil sho w1'1-
ThoArthcr brought botw" f00 and
COO tons sugar, niolnssi" !"J assarted
frnight for rMhipinent ' tho Cumberland
and Ohio river for,(en.-nor and toSt Louis
Chicago and othor point fir I. C. R. R.
The Arthor fond Ju"re and return on
Tlio l'om Jaspur, bound from St. Louis
to New Orleans, i reported in a very dan
gerous position, aground nt Liberty bar
Her nain hog chain la reported broken,
anil tho rivor falling rapidly and cutting
ut under tho bow nnd stern so ns to muko
it probablo that she will break in two nnd
bo lost. ,Tlio Ice is piled up on her uppor
sldo naarfy to the ladies cabin floor.
! CairoBulletin Job Rooms
1 for W!sltUKt"via,,c Twelftl
Dr. RICHATPS . ;
Cie Ihrsi- ntr. aan .... Tt. n..i. ..
Mony. l,000 ItV.WAItD for inr M."t"rM.
In any U i which they fall u com! m"1",
"ZAX"11 "OLDEN DAL.
HAM.t.Nos. 1 fc j, are taa.
creaieii aiitritirc.vnowa. '
Da. RIOIIAU'S OOLDKTT
ELIXIR D'AtfOUR I Uvt
(irckit TonJc and Aitrlawal
In the Ucdlcal Llt. Da. RI
CltAtTH GOLDEN ANITDOTM
Is Oi cnlr nllabla dlnntla.
These Rmeillri art not adrsrUied to Care all
Cmplalnb, and benefit nooei bat ar faaraDUetl
to ctftct a ItUlcal aod Sfcdy Cor In all caee for
which they rt remmmcridee, when all otbtr trsa-
ment na iauei. Teni or uiontand yearly i
by their mc, whn have lost all hope, aod baatrVTC'
nounccu aj incuraoia ma neil
Js- IiALSAM, No. I, urfei Ulcer. UleeraStd
Bore Threat and MniiUi, flora Eyas, Cataa
on Eruptain. Copperolored Blotcbe. lerttMM
5fUie Scalp, Hcrofalyc. It li the areata! Bano
vatnr, Alteratlrs kTL BUod Farlfier known, re
moves all mercur from th (yiUn, and Imt)
the Wwl nuro s htallhy. I
n. PIIAIPS GOLDEN
a J IIALPM, No, en re Vercortal AtfU-
Itaenmatitm la alt IU lorau, aaa
le relief In all cMe. I
itr No. 1 or 2, i ftt bouts, or two
ANTIDOTE, a railieal ran for all utaanr.
li.rArurmtnt... Prlet 11 ser botlla, '
H. KiOirAD'S GOLDEN.
JL- KMXIR D'AMOUR, a raSleal nw fc
Nertoue or General Debility. In old or,
ynnniri Imfartlnt energy with woneUrfut effect.'
I'rlco itr Lottie. 4t two for .
On receipt of price, thee remtdle win
all rorreammfents. None fennlna wltbool fte,
am9 'f ''DK: illCHAU;S OOI.OHN REMKDIIS..
Ii. it. KICIl.UtDM, Sole l'roptlttor," blowa la.
glaj of bullet.
Trule supplied t UVftJ,
Adlrr. on. u. u. iuwmmwii .
K I reel, NfcW York.
oiniend money by expre, or order gooie
mkvl U. O. !.. throituh your urugjiai, ana
yon w III meet with uo Io.s.
rU&IFIEl. Or THS SZrOOD,
tktlttl Itautitell Tome and Pr
miter ef Health ntr diuntrtif. JtU
a trnntiii and turt curt for Dyt
Tdirtitien end all dilttott tf
Stht Liver and KiJntyt. , , , r
. J.i:,t Ftn.iltt. anil ti thl
mett agrtiabU and ItMant-taMnf
ha turt cure fir Wind Cdu, upfing
Mint in tltt Otomeun ami -
It can b hid at all DrosarUt aeSS.
dealer, of It addrtaain the Wbolaaala
s,B!Baowir. vnn Ci,
QUICKEST ItOUTE FROX
iUINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
FoiutM EfMtand Wilh
Iascntrcr Trnlssa Arrive mt sutsj lWT
Cairo a fallow I
AI'.ltlVK 'JlOtl A. H..,.i";'
lmi'ART-atoa a. jv..i .-.sar.
llolh train connect at Ce ntralia wnn irainacn a
IVnn, Jcturv UIoomlnttot Kl PMi
f .. (a..tl- fl.H.lnfla.. sVawM.aaar.vt. tf lalleirsaV&a
Iiiliitiuc, atitl all polnsa Its lUlssala
Mlaaotirl, Mluuctota, WCt
. - i.i t , r. . t J tvu, k
Anil WIIH HDHlUnUIDK AMI "OTttwt.a
St. LouiN. SprlngBsl3, Loalavllle. Cla
Clilililii, snutauaposis a. vumaaw
nd at Chleago wUh Michigan Central, MiebU
n Bouthern. aud I'ttLlMir. Korf Waya
v and CnicKO Hailroad lo
DKTI'.CIIT. NIAOARA fAI.LUS)
Al.ltANY, NEW TCRK,
WAHU1NGON oir, nd
ALL POINTS EAST.
for through ticVrta and infannation, apply
at Idlnoia Central lUilroa.1 JjeRlJt.
(leneral I'aeni;er Annt, Chicago
M. IIIT.UITT, (U-neral Hupermtenaent.
J. JOIINN. .Went. Cairo.
CJ5t8I'rii:U V IM.INOIN
SOCJTJUIlASTEltX H. .
On nnd nrter Thuntday, April 131h
trains Yflll run its follows:
tnd - :IJ
Kxrt - "
ooisa .NOatuwrJV iiava
w HiHtiml' t. r.
St.iUinurlflMt ponnKflOB at Ilin with IlllaoU
Centra' iT. K, .or 'iSSSSH
All., n ",'rli.ili.-ld wuh th Vollo, Wtvlauh
All', ,.i ,. . ... , 1.1 ieatand
III Iin tliiranii a " ' ' "r
'and CUieac.1, and -l l" JOith and northweal.
V, DODOi:, nrn'l &uU
JOHN rOaOtTT.Oea'lTsckat Ag
OHIO fiEVEIi:, CAIstO.
PULTON & SONS, - FMTltttM;
Aro Mow lis Full ttpmf?m.
Moiirt, Kultnn It Son are Preat
mII Limine: Hour of Oie belt' 011. SBlcLala
.Hill Kced of alt kind". Grahaci Wr, tn.iaaeta
or in lea quantity, inada from
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