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THE OAIBO BTJLLEITIT, MARCH 10.
CAIRO AND NASHVILLE
The following sleamors Intra Cairn
on the clays fl J at tho hou ta below-named
TALISMAN, Every Monday at 0 p.m.;
TYRONE, Every Thursday, nl 5 p.m.;
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, at fi p.m.
For Freight or ftaHft apply on board, or ti
81009 4 MALLORY,
JanSnilf ) TJ OHIO I.KVEK.
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
Th beautiful and llxt draught eteamer
JAMES FI8KJ JE
OMIT BMBBLBT......MM ..iMUr.
Leave Cairo dally at S p.m., aid I'adttcah dally
at a.m. Hating superior accommo.letiona ahe
eolicita public patronage, ,
AltTIIIJK WADCIYHAK. M.
D,, Physician and Accoucheur, for
merly ol Anna, Union Co., Illinois, Im perma
nently located in city. OFFICE Cotntnereirl
Avenue, between Mh end bin Streets Writ tide,
CW. DIINVING, M . I. He.
IDKNCK-Corner Ninth and Walnut
UKKICB-Corner Sixth Mreet and Oklo Lte
OFFICE HOURS-Krom 9 a.n. U II tn., and
tlTILLIAM R. MMITII.M.
iT(f " Rr.albENCK-No.fl.Thlrt.tMli r
mean Washington Avenue and Walnut Street
OFFCK lite Comeiclsl Avenue, tirtttlrs
WAMDSEK, M. 1., Cairo
allESIDENCE-Corner of Nineteenth at.,
and Weshlgton art. DKKICK On Commsn-ial
aire., over Iho roitofflce. OFFICE OUKS
from 10a m to 1 J in,, (huode). exreptedl and
from t to ft p m.
Otter, 136 Commercial ArrHur.
are, t 10 aa i 1 1 I a.as.
Residence, No, H, Ninth street, Cairo III,
Board aad Tuition per annum, MM.
, HELLMUTH LADIES'. COLLEGE ,
Inaugurated by n, HH Prlur Attttuy. Hoard
and tutlon peraannm. tttt. I'realdeat, the Vetr
R. l.tllmlh,U. U7, !ea of Huron. For
partlculara apply to MeJrEraas, London, Canada
Cairo City Book Bindery
la prepared to
aaaraelare Blaak lHai tsaa e1e ml
Atfaaa of mm Blaalag aaa) Ballag.
79 Oklo Ievee,
- - ILLINOIS
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
yytMH AND COAL.
ip, im:. ward
la prepared to deliver the let
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
la any part of the city, In any quantity dcslted,
oa abort uotke.
Coal Delivered at 4 50 Per Ton.
OFFICK-Orer Beenrart, Orth Co.'a stove
atore, two doore abot the corner of Eighth atreel
aad Commercial areoue.' deceit
THE NEW AND FASHIONABLE
Shaving k Hair Dressing
1 now open to the cltitenaot Cairo. Washing,
a nice, clean shave, and ilalr Cutting can be had
Befarrel's, Bfe.lt) 0lltH(rcel.
, lam prepared to do all klndt of r.jsmeatal
Hair work watch guarda and br;elela.
Jlalr Dreaelng done In the lateit and best style.,
I will go to the hoiuea of tlose unable to come lo
Call o( JKtv
JanMdlm JOHN BEDFORD.
Cor. 8th St. aid Commercial ar.,
IN THE PERRY HOUSE
kara Raara.Clee.B Tvrala aa 1111.
Ladles' and Children's Hair Cut and Bhampoonrd
eitaer at t no shop or
AT THEIR OWtf IIOME8.
Gentlemen's Whlakera and Hair Dyed in a soles
UBo manner, and aatlafaotlon guaranteed,
Li t w
i war J
QBEEN eV GILBERT,
ATT01NETS AND CWNgEUAlS AT
ertlllaaa ST. areaa, '
eftlllaa Ullaerl, S- CAIBO, IIX.
Ilea r . tHlaara. 'J '
dpaalal aSteation given to Admiralty aad Uteam
tat twsUess. ' 7
uaee am Ohta I.a vaa, Raaai t mm
aver Cttjr Matlaaal Baak.
Ann an Kin
mi or THE CIT7.
Imitation Porcolnln riiotornphg all
the irotakun only ly W. i. ortlilriL'
Ion at hit now Photograph nrt gallery.
A LAROKitock of furnishing good i' of all
kind always on hand at P. NolTi, No. 79
Ohio livce. cIcc'Jll
Ir you want n good, atyllih and well
fitting ml tor clolhci, in ado to order, you
tnattgo' lo r. woff, no.TJ UMo Levee.
A regular ataombl y of Cairo Coun
7V ell No. 24, & S. M. will bo held at
Matonlc Hall, this (Friday) evening, at
i j o'clock. Hy order of Iho T. I. O. M.
W. B. KEIINKY, Recorder.
Cuilijrkn'h plctucct n tpvclaUy at
Worthlnglon'a now Photographic Art
Flouk- Oholco Family Flour In bbN
half bbls., fnckt Ac, for anlu at thuEgyp.
Ian M ilia. au
OiidANh. .Smith's Aniorlcnn Organs
give perfect iiiiliifncUoli to all. Cull find
J.C. CARMON, Ag.-nt.
No. 128, ('omtncrclitl Avenue.
Who t It thut don not 1II:d ttnokln
hut blietilts for lirenkfntt? Thu Futiiu
Cxik tlove will bako them In live niinutiY
time by the watch,
Vt. T. WoiiTlU.voTON Ii doing it big
bnalncM In copying and nlargltig old
Daguerreotypes, Amhrotypes arid Photo
graph, making them look as bright in
when tint taken. fublQtf
Hon tale or exchange, COO ucrej of choke
land in Franklin county on the contem
plated lino of railroad from Bt. Lou's lo
Kvnntvlllc. I will cxchmigo for Cairo
property. U. CLOSK. .
"Tiir. longcit pole knockt tho per
simmon. Hiram Autrlbuti, ul Young's
mill near Charleiton, Mo., on March "th,
In ten liouri, sawed from Walnut logt
18.C00 ft. of Inch lumber. Who can beat
it? Show him thu man or lite mill and hu
will try It again.
PlAMOA. The Docker lirothcrs and
A. Sumner pianos arc In inc. and recom
mended by tho best muslciam. They tiro
tho best and cheapest. Those desirous to
purchase, call on J. (.'. Carson, agent, No.
128 Commercial Avenue. mchTdtf
To Hoi'kkwivkh. Wo use a Charter
Oak Stove, or at least our better half does,
and alio says there Is nothing in tho way
of cooking that cannot bo done easy and
quickly on that stove, and we therefore
recommend It to all. m'chT,dwlt.
- . - -
Why will our friends run tho rk of bt
comlng blind by wenrlng common Specta
cles, whenthoy can procure tho most per
fect article that hat yet been made, by
calling at our old friends Taber Rroi' thu
well known Jowolurs mid get a pair of
Lflzertis A Morrlt' Perfected SpccUcIet.
Don't (tela t. febldaw&lm
Anothkii. Mr. R. A. Conant, of
Stnlthland, Kentucky, was In tho city yes
tofday,nn J made arrangements to establish
here, within a few weeks, an extensive
barrel manufactory. Ho will, wo aro In
formed, occupy tho foundry building for
merly occupied by Ellis A- Meredith,
above (iallgticr's mill.
Wamtkh. $3,000 on flvu years' time,
for which u fair rato of interest will bo
paid and a mortgago on unincumbered
real ostato given for security. Knqurot
ButLXTrN Oftlco, or address P. O.'Drnwcr
1170, Cairo, Illinois. ineh7diw.1m
Fancy Ooodii. Attention is called to
tho stock' of fancy goods and china toys
sold nt prices to suit tho times, also, dollar
articles at the Dollar Store.
Call at E. II. Oswald & Co's old staad
on Commercial Avenuo. m4tf.
A Clothes Tuikk, A negro camo over
to tho city yestorday from Missouri, ar
rayed, not in lino linen, but in a coat, two
pair of pants und u pair of shoes belong
ing to n mau by tho namu (if Swank. Tho
negro was takon up and lodged In tho
County Jail, but ho had disposed of tho
clothes to Riser, second hand denier, pre
vious to his arrest.
DATndr'MKS. Kl.LKN Cl.AltKK. Mri.
Clark, wife of Matthew- Clark, residing on
12th strcot, bctweon Washington and
Commercial aventios,- dlod on Wednesday
night, at 10 o'clock. Tho sympathy of
all who know Mrs. Chirk is very de
servedly extended to her bcreavud hus
band, to whom she wns an nflccMoimto
Ifo, and to her four children, who Imv o
lost In hor a most devoted mother. Mrs.
Clark's illness was of about six week's du
ration, and towards the last her sullorlngs
wero Intonso. She wns nn humble Christ
ian, and when hor oqd camo breathed Jher
last with th.'oalranosj" and resignation of
oaa"who believed that " though" frm&r?
die, yet shall ho live ugain." Mrs. Clurk
was a native pf, Ireland, Jmyn In Curra
waughla, Parish of Athlaguc, county Oal-
way, and was ubout thirty-flvo yoars of
age. Sho had resided eight years in Cairo,
and previous to that ubout twolvo years in
Now Orleans. Hor remains will bo con
voyed to Villa Rldgo cemetery to-day by
special train, which will loave tho foot of
8th strcot at 2 o'clock. Friends and ac
qualntanccs aro respectfully invited to
attend her funoral.
THE STORM KINO.
He Dcsceadetb lo Petty Jfaaaaesses.
Tho storm of wind and rain which
swept over Cairo on Wednesday ovenlng,
loft in tho city somo traces of Its course.
A fratno building, near tho corner of
Twenty-first .street and Commercial
Avcnuu, wns blown down. No ono was
injured, although tho liouso was occupied
by two families, ono whito arid ono black,
Til If I'l Will
on A. A-tArlck''wircfioUid ;ws!a partly
bl6wn away, and tho house sustained other
in different wtrts of tho city wora blown
dowri, and iooso boards' perfoftnod 'ovolu
tlons, which, to lookers-on at a safe dis
tance, wcro very amusing.
on tho city property company'sbulldlng
lost a goodly part of ita dimensions, tho
wind hurling tho , bricks, away in tha
moit "ur!corcmon!olts manner. ,
If to great n storm cannot do moro; mis
chief wo shall hereafter dltpcnao with tho
services of storms of that kind.
,1'loslBg Out Sales.
Twentv.flvo thousand dollars worth of
rendy.mado clothing, lints, caps, 'lloots,
hostrutiks and valoscs aro olfurcxl fr4
mlo by P. Noli; 79, Ohio Levee, at AC-
Tt'AL COST PRICKS, it bbing litsjlntcn-
tion to clo'u ou(in that line, and embark
oxcluilvely and itnoro extensively In tho
furnithing fgoM't 'and 'merchnnt' tailoring
Tlilt clo.lng out sule furnishes an oppor
tunity to stctiro clothing cheaper thnn,cyer
Ixiforu offered In tlili market.
J. R. fJoi.LAiiv'M 4'Jnd monthly drawing
nkct pliico nt Owemboro, Ivy., March
7lh. lf)71. capital pt 000 in gold f'Jntl
prir.n,horo and buggy S-500j.1rd prize
llradbtiry piano $600 ; 4th priro Oablor
piano S500 ; Mh prir.o gold watch ntid
ihaln $230; 15 other prlr.es ranging from
i to in value, conslating of dia
monds, gold ntid tilvcr watches, sowing
tunehlncsf lumlture, carpvtsj books, mufi
cal Instruments, lino painting, dry goods,
A.,.Vc. TlckU,$l 00, 0 for $3. Orders
tent by mall or express to J. R. Oolllday,
Rowling Grcon.-Ky- will rocolvo prompt
attention. 3lr, O has been engaged In
this enterprise nearly four years, and 'has
given uritlro satisfaction In overy draw
Intr. His urawtngl ibko piaco recuinriy
very fourth Monday in each month.
Stntomcnt of drawing, and prlr.es drawn
r'nivi Tun. Avn Van or AaTJCLSE.
.Miss Knto Canon & Sitter detiru to call
the attention of the' public to their large
and select assortment of china 'toys, und
that thoy aro conttatitly receiving articles
sold for one dollar. They aro prepared to
give those detlrlng funcy'nrllcks excellent
bargains. Givo them a call at E. H. Oi.
wald & Co's old stand, Commercial Ave
nue. mchU-lw 1
This Health, Cow-out and Haiti
NE'i of every family aro certainly pro
moted by having tt llrst-clasg Cooking
Stovo, and the Kiceltior Manufacturing
Company, of Jjt. liuls, whoso advertise
ment appears in another column, can un
doubtedly supply that vory desirable arti
cle, as their celcbratod CHARTER OAK
mutt surolv be not.only a flrst-rato Cook
ing .Stovln tbo.fulUtt sonso.of tho word,
but thu vory belt ever made, or it wouia
novcr havu attalnod its prcsont great and
Wo commend it to overy houio-Kecpcr
who dotlres to always have good bread.
It is alto propor to sfato that tha Excelsior
Manufncturlne Company can supply every
articlo that is desirable and useful in your
kltchen,'and can flt out your tinsmith with
all tho ttamncd and lananncd waro that he
may require, and sell thorn s.t "hard pan
rates." Giro thorn a call. U
Orders to March. Worthlngton or
ders everybody and their childron to
march to his new Photographic Art ual-
'lory, nnd leave thulr mcnturo for ono or
moro dozen of his now imitation porcelain
card photographs, tnndo only at his gal
lery. Tho linuof march should commonco
about 0 o'clock a. m., and contlnuo up till
Tauf.u UnoTiiKiw, 83 Ohio Loveo, will
ncrenftor keen constantly on hand, direct
from tho Kustorn manufacturers tno very
heat winter strn tied puriflod sperm oil, lor
sowing machines, und nil lino and light
machinery. This oil has novcr yet been
superceded by any of tho manufactured
oils, asltnovergums or 1 allected by tho
Fun Sam:. I will si ll my house and lot,
situated on Wiuhlngton avonue, west side,
between 1th und fith streets, Cairo, Ills.
Tho liouso Is a two story frame, finished
throughout, and contains eight rooms, con
vcnlontly urrnnged. CUtorn, outhousu, uto.
Terms easy. JOHN SHKEIIAN.
KEEP IT UEFOUE THE PEOPLE
That Peter Neff, No. 70 Ohio loveo, 'is
cloing out his largo mid woll-selocted
stock pf clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps,
trunks and valises, at und - jj
HE LOW COST.
It is lils purpoulto cnibajkj more exfen
slxcl"ylnitlio'inorcfiant Witorlng and'furi
nlshlng goods business lienco tho doslro
to closo out thd st66k ttbovo enumerated.
It is strange what a length oftimo it
takes to woar out Roots and Shoos when
nsado or good material, and Win. "Ehlera
usos nothing but tho best of everything
stock, workmen and nil at his shop on
Twentieth street opposite tho court houso.
Tho city Is entlroly out of sidewalk lum
ber. Tho now council will moot to-rtljEjjt.'
Parasols liavo mado their appearance on
Pcdoipecd Rink, at PhlllU' Hall, No.'
101, Ohio Loveo, afternoon and'nlght'. .
The Committee on Manufactories, killed
by Mayor Wilson, shouldmutod.
Yesterday was sunthlny.but windy aad a
llttlo too cold for out-door excrciso In sum
George Francis Train Is In Chicago.
Heaven keep him thore at least 365
miles from.rCalro. .Wo can enduro.tha,
Orasihon'tvers. ' but Train would bo too
great an affliction.
An active, wldc-awako, live man a man
who can do and will do jprom'ptljr
what tho council jjrdots aeiotiM bo at the
head of tho street committee. J
If the new Mayor afflicts himself with
lar.y committee men, he mipht as well sell
out first as lost. Ills administration will
assuredly bo a failure
Drayman Sullivan, whilo driving down
tho slopo of tho lovoo yesterday, got bis
dray, which' Svas heavily loaded, on a
"steep spot," nnd over it w'ent, load, Stilll-
Tan, tntilo and all. Luckily, nobody was
I ,0io .of tho leading citizens who aro
leading citizens? ofttfco 4th ward naa ni
hen roost rubbed of ll Its chickens on
Tuesday night. Ho believes tho thief to
bo otm of the numerous colored .loim
Drowns who Infest that part of the city.
Mr.Urown aitrrendcrod tho City Clerk's
office yesterday to Mr. Ilowley, who be
enmo City Clork with tho bcgtnning of to
day. Mr. Brown it contemplating retire
ment to tho'cuiuntry, in tbo full knowlcdgo
of the fact' tka't;-m'lclpal politics aro
vanity, and tha electors of tho city
Wo would sugijgsl. that.tjkjol'.tt of Stand
ing Committees should be. overhauled, a
fow wiped out, und tho, duties of others
moro clearly dcflnedFor Instance, tho
Market Comtnlttco has lost its imiwrlancej
and should bo attlgnod toother duties than
thoto presented In tho rules, or elso uboK
Meuri,. Hurd, Hulliday aiid lUum
wpe before jjtaoj Pulatkt co'uaty court,
"Wednesday, with tho "plan" of tho C. St
V. Railroad company for tbo.i,ocomtnencc
roont of work, and received ' respectful
hearing from Judgo Pidgeon, who said
that .unless new developments should
chango his mind, ho would do what ho
could to hava jt accepted by Pulaski,
county. Usi will act as toon at the atten
danco of Ono of his associates, Mr. Kdson,
Vitltlng cardt printed in elegant stylo,
and for almost nothing at The Bulletin
""H?? j i
T it'ls.too.early as yet.to speak definitely
ol spring ben nets. It may bo safely at
turned, however, that tho straw gipsy In a
modified form will bo the prominent style,
and black velvet, grtttua and flowers tho
best worn trimmings. It it notatall likoly
that tho new thapes will be greatly en
larged In size, tho profuIon of hair still
worn forbidding it, and the small bonnots
being recognlzod everywhere as Infinitely
moro becoming, but they will doubtless In
cludo tho fcrmcr ''points," crown, brim
and curtain which tho little "saucer"
wholly Ignored, and bo piquant, if not se
rious and distinguished. One of tho pret
tiest modolt of new round hats Is n minia
ture castor. It ii especially adapted for
brown or black straw, and Is tho rngo for'
brides' traveling hats. It it trimmed with
a broad band of velvet with long ends, two
feathers' tips, or one, and an algretioand a
jowoled horseshoe for luck. For furthor
particulars inquire of Mrs. Mcdoe, Eighth
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Mew Tline Table.
On and after 12:.10, p. m., Sunday, Dec.
4th, tho following tlmo table will govern
tho arrival and departuro of passongcr
trains at Cairo v '
. It ' TIKrAUT.''
Mall train laaves'nt :!: 10 a.m.
Exp'ress ",." at .. ,f 3:30 p.m.
Bt.ouls'ahd Cairo Kxpress ' '' c
JoaVcs nt., 1:20 a.m.-
Accommodation-leaves nt...l2;ii0 p.m.
Mull urrives '-':03 u.m.
Express arrives -.13:21 p.m.
St. Louis nnd Cairn Express ' ' : j
The, last named train Jcavoa Sti Louis
nt I0:30-n.irf. Trader canlenvo Cairo at
1:20 tun., reach St. Louli nt 7:'J5 a.m., re
mnin in the city threu. hours, und return
tP.Oulrp.at 'i'ii p.m.,' tho samoday -
Thu 130 accommodation and, .Cairo
lind St. Louis express leave dally j all oth
ers lcavb daily cxeopt Sundays.
Way passengers shmld koat in mind
thtjho.aaoji,!)!., train makes 6hly four
stoppings between Cairo and Contralht,
viz: Jonesboro, Curbondale, Du Quoin
nnd Ashley. Tho 12:30 p.m. train stops
at all tho stations along the Touto." , s
dcc3!fi! T;i i: H tgty c1'0,
lam thoroughly satislled that Simmona'
Liyer Regulator is all it claims to bo for
indigestion and Qllloua Complaints. I
havo also heard, many of my friends speak
of it, and all agreo that it postestcs tho
virtues claimed 'for it.
A. H. HIGUTOWKB, ,
Conductor M.&W. K. R.
For plttol and cartridges and bowie
knives, go dlroct to P. NotTs, No. 79 Ohio
TJ. B. DISTRICT COURT
met yestorday morning, Judgo Treat pro
aidiifg. All untried and othorwlso undis
posed of cases woro continued lo tho coxt
term. Tho Court was In session ono hour,
'and adjourned to tho October term.
Tho Judgo, Marshal, Clerk and Attor
ney left on tho 3:30 p.m. axpress train for
After an adjournment of two days, tho
Circuit Court convened yestorday morn
ing. Several motions anddomurrorwero
arguod. Tho Court adjourned to moot
this morning at 9 o'clock.
Tho entire time of this court was yester
day consumed in examining claims against
tho county. Many bills wcro allowed and
,but a few rejected.
Skwino Mach inks. Thoto wanting
Sowing Machine should romembcr that
Wheeler & W ilson's aro tho best in uso,
Thoy are tinsurputsed for light rnnnlng,
Thev will out-ware any in uso. Call and
J. C.CARSON, Agent
m7lf. 12P, Com. Avenuo.
. .Aiich k or Cairo. Wo do not object to
a wltlclsm at the oxpenso of Cairo hcar-
Intr and lnutrhlnir at humorous abuse of
our city, whon tl ubii'or has the tory
tclllni' twinkle In hi oyo, but wo do ob-
joct to havo solemn misstatements of facts
spread brondentt over tho land, unless thoy
arolabaled; "Tlieso aro Jokes." Now, who
can nnd any wit in tho assertion of tha
Paducah lirnfueAian that "Cairo only
lacks a few Inches of being submerged!''
.That Is n very solamn stiertlon, lacking
all. tho essential .characterises of a Joke,
and nt far removed from tho truth as
Paducah is from heaven. Cairo is in no
danger from tho flood, and tho top of tho
levees stands many feet abovo tho surfaco
of tho rivers. All tho rains of tho clouds
that hang abovo tho Allcghanlcs and
Rocky mountains may fall nnd rush
down ugnlntt our lovcct without giving
ut any alarm. Rut, Jutt at thlt time, thero
it nothing in tho condition) of tbo, rivers to
awaken any' lolicitudu lrt; the, minds of
oven tho most timid It Is truo tho rivers
havo ausdUtl a little, but as yet nothing
has reached us entitled to tho namo of
"high water." . t
Mis Olive Loo an lectured at tho
Athcntcum last night to'a large audience.
Her subject was "Girls." Tbo lecture Is a
jtimblo of anecdotes, humorous passages,
trito woman's right arguments, and pa
thetic tliglits. Tho anecdotes ar J good, if
old; tho humorous pattagettolerablo; tho
trottgnlnded argument endurable, but
'tbo pathetic flights execrable. Miss Olive
1 an old girl almott thirty-live year of
ago, If wo may Judgo from hor appear
ance j tho it hot'prctty and It very much
nllectcd. Sho bat a good opinion of htr
ttlf knowt that sho has 'Mrawlng'' pow
ers, and charges a big pricu for her labors
in tho vineyird of woman's rights and
wrongt. Sho It tho sitter of tho lady, who
It taid to li tho coutln of John Logan and
why docs tho tinging and piano work of
that gontleman's political campaigns.
CuiLUKKN'rt pictures should bo taken in
tho forenoon. Parents should remember
this, ns it is moro to their interest than
Worthjngton's, over Rockwell & Co.'s
Hook Store. mch2tf
Kteamera Jas. Kitk jr., Paducah,
" Arlington, Columbut,
Allogheny Hollo, New Orleant,
11 Diamond, Momphis,
" St. Joseph, do,
Utah, Arkansas River,
Mollio Ebort, Cincinnati,
Anna, St. Louis,
City of Qulney, Now Orleant,
Ironsides, St. Louis,
Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah,
Allegheny Roll, Pittsburg,
St. Joseph, St. Louis, 1 "
Utah. k do.
Jlolliu. Kbert, New Orleans,
Annlo, Cincinnati, , ' :, .
City of iuincy, Louisville,
1 1..,. llmnl.l.
. . Ironsides, Pittsburg,
11 Grand Tower, Me'mph'is.
f&rnuslno contlhuos fair.
HfirTlio Grand Tower udded about r0
packet this ovoning.
is tho Evansvillo
BbTIIiu Alleghnuy Uollo had tows of
The woather was clear yesterday with
strong wind from southwest.
Tho last hoavy rain has brought the
river to a stand again.
Tlio Ilsslss'ippf is falling very slowly
at St. Louis.
TThq city of Qulnoy discharged here
47 balos hides, 2 crato E, Ware and ba
2745 bars It. R. iron, and good trip un
dries for tho Ohio.
'Tho F. F. Eckert towed tho Louis-
vlllo back to her mooring yestorday afler-
noon from tho Kentucky shore, whoro tho
was blown by tho Into storm.
ftSrThoJiH. Fisk, Jr.,
oven ing upon arrival of
Paducah. and way.
tho train for
Tho Ohio Is fulling nt Pittsburg with
8 fcot 3 inchos in tho channel, and rapidly
at Cincinnati nnd Loulsvillo, with 7 feet
over tho fulls and -I in tho middlo chute.
J. l. Matlnii!.
K. C. Uhl
185 Ohio Lcvce, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Special attention clten to the ptirchaie and sain
FLOTJE & GEAIN
'QIV THE MOVE."
H. M. HULEN
Hnit Removed to Ills Old Sinn
3( Commercial Avenue
Wlii-re he sollct ta n rontinunnco cf tiatronairo
his former etittii mens n well n- that of as man
oeir oiim a may ir.int prime i!rrccrlr,rorliioniy
etc., remarkably cheap for ili.
Termn Strlt tly cmh, lor which ho "ill Mill
ooerthnn Ihnlowrat. U
Q D. H IIiElAMSO.V,
No. 78 Ohio Levee,
pedal attention sjlvea to Voaalgm
sneata sai rillloic Orde ra
W. Hlrattoa. T. BtrJ.
gTRATTOlxT Sc. BIIIU,
licrensora toHtiatton, ItiKl.on A Clark,)
S7 OXZXO XjZ3V333S
Agcntx ol Ainertraa I'owtlcr Co., nnu
Mauufacttirera Alfentefor CotloB Vnra
Cor. Stlt St. & Washington nvc,
Caixo, - - - Illinois
I. nupi'llf U with the Irr.hc.t
SJrucerlea, Ureea anal Dried aad Can
nau m ruin.
Dressed Poultry! Fresh Hulte,'
Anil ererythint; elie needed lor family supply
It I. In utiort oiiu of iho beat stockril K"eri. in
A conllniiaceof rubllo patronaie te reapectlully
Oliarlert'il Murcli 31, 1HOD
City I ion al ISauk
, A. II. HAITOKK, rreIUi nti
S H. P. TAVI.HII, Vlee-rreshlenti
W. IIYnl.tll. swreiary nl Treasurer.
1. W.IIMtni.AV, Otl. HAMOIini.
K. M. UTOCKKI.KTII, 1'AULfl. HOIIt'll.
It If. Cl'NNIM.UAM. W. I'. II A!.l,l DA l ,
J, M I'ltlM.Il'ti.
Bouoslla of uny Amcnint ltecclvctl frata,
. Ten Uente Upwards.
Iutori't tulil on ilt'i'iint. at tlu ratn of C per cent.
iir aiiiiiiiuMiirih Utaii'l Sept. 1st.
ltirntnotthilr.iwii IsimMi-J Immediately to
iho prinvllittof theiteponili, thvreliy kIviiik tlietii
Mnrrlftl IVuuiun and Children
t Mtty ilepoHit moni-y no limt
'. MIONG Kl.NK l)AS( UBAW IT.
pen eery huilncn "lay front -J a.m. to a ii.tii.
anl Hatnrdar eTetimit fr SAVIM5 DElUilTd
only, from tt to ho'chnn.
aiitfAtf W. HVtl.OI', Treasurer.
J wX EJKi:i:XtVAI.O
STEAM MMS, lOILERS, I
Copper and Sheet lion Work
No. 248 Eait Pearl Street,
mL esutc .in.
Q WINSTON fc CO.,
(Successors to John Q. irsrm.m Co.,)
74, Second Floor. OHIO LEVEE
Bny and Sell Heal Estate
'UBNIHII AMTRACTW OST TITLB
ABB racPAKK SJONXfKTAMCBa
NURSERYM.H &f LQAIST.
I'nOPAOATOIt AND DKALER1N
I'rtilis and Ornamer.tal Trees, aarnba,
Urape Vine. (Sretnliauaa aad
' Uerlillag-'I'lanta, etc., etc.
Villa . - - Hidge.
N. II. Karly Onlers solicited and promptly
GLASSWARE and HOUSE FUUNsSH
185. and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
JJx M. KTOCKFIjETH
IHnccciior to ronia aiocnaeinj
Recllller nnd Wholesale Dealer la For
clgn and Domestic
mmi, w, lie.
78 Ohio Iievce,
C-iVIRO. - - - ILIi.
lie keep, on hatt I coiut.intly, a fall stock of
Old Kent ink v llonrhoii. Rye nnd Mou
oinriihelit tVliUkieg.Freiiili Rran-
and California Wines.
J SMITH Ai CO.,
Alo, keep constantly on hanJ a raosi com
plete stock ol
LIQUORS f WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Porfr Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw-
"XT" IIST E3S3.
We are asenta tor J, Itehl A Co.'a Celebrate
v .oi .i..ln.lri.l for Cash, lo which fact we
Invitn th ailrnlion of close barKaln tuyere
Hpeeial attention Given to filling orders.
M. II. SC1I1JTTEB,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Aen. for lst brands of
CHKAM AND STOCK ALE
Importod JaJoa ofir"
i No. 75 OHIO IjEVEE
' CAIRO. ILLINOIS. .
i:thli.hed in I.W. anU chirteriHl 161. lor tit
reatim-iil of aU Uie-e of a i rirate nlure,
ol.letit lo Loth n. A euro I guaranteed
eery i'iii itu-lertuken.
Dewees' Fenae Regulators
For fe;nle. tornavoruef.
Ci i.n'a Atll 'iioMtnent of llandagea and Trueae
..Ai S2rrquHtvol Malo bhealihat II for.la,
Lr half down, or llper Uoaen,
a MrTli'l! I'aniphlet, contaiulni; ao elarorat
ireVi.e un 'a "'ove dlsessea, with a few uractlo
rt'iuarka upon Uio cause, etleet aad treatment
uio euuio-t'OuUlnlng no laie paee ane at) ci
anilenuraving, alio log the ditterent stages,
.tent in aealed wrapper on teceipl or
c uit.) Addiesa
Galen's Head Dispensary,
No. H West Jerfeison strwi
e'ile oaUAeow- UJUTilte, h
PEOPLES' MEAT MifllET
CHAS. OAYEB & CO., rroar.,
k'Mncon ttantly oa hand the Ustnf Beef. I'ork,
Mnlfer? "ai. Uniw. Haussg. fudJIng. .to
rresh hi te lard In any .piantllyraed be.f, W.,
,o'rilersT)Te'l'pr.'rt'y and ..tVtloa