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THE CAIRO BUXiXiETIlsr, MARCH 16.
STEAM HO ATS.
CAIRO AND NA8IIVILLK
Thn following .learners leavo Cairn
on the day mill at tho hour below.imned
TALI8M AN, Kvory -Monday nt C p.m. j
TYJIONK, Kvcry Thursday, nt 5 p.m.;
LUM3DKN, Kvcry Saturday, nt f ..in.
For Freight or I'nnmco npply on board, or to
BIOOS & MALLORY,
iviicmt 7s oiiio i,i:vi:i:.
CAIRO AND 1'ADUt'AII
The beautiful and light draught "learner
JAMES FISK- JR
noRnKr anr.nvr.r Maaitr
Leave Cairo dally at 5 p.m., aad Paducah daily
at 9 a.m. Hiring superior wcoinniadations she
oliclta public patronage.
AMT1IUK WAIM.YMAII, SI.
I Physlclnn nnd Accoucheur, for.
tneily ol Anna, Union Co,, llllnola, ha. perma.
nuntly located in city. OFFICE dminerelrl
Avenue, between (th and blh hireett Ve,i aide,
CW. IIJX.M.C, M. I. Ile-
IDKNCK-Corner Ninth and Walnut
OHKIGTCorner With (Street and Ohio Lctee
OKMCK HOURS-From t a.m. to 11 m., and
WIUIANK. H.tllTII.Jrf. I
KKHIDENUK-No. 21, Thirteenth re
etween Washington Avenue and Walnut Hlreet
OfyUK- 12C Cointiclal Atvnue, upttiir.
WAKD.NEK, M. IM Cairo
ltRHIUKNCB-Oorner of Nineteenth nt.,
ami Waahlgton ate. OK KICK On Commercial
ae.,over ihn I'OitOffle. OKKICB 7OUIl!
from I0e m w li rn., (SriDila). esceptedl and
from a to 6 p m.
JjH h.KIt)IIA.n, M. 1.
Olcft 186 Commercial Atomic.
SJSBeallour, Hf IOa.H4 llolp.in,
Ite.ldence.No. II, Math treet, Cairo III.
AI. I.KN. JIUKDY A
ATTORNEYS k COIJNSKLLOIIS AT
Wllllaaa J. Allass,
Juhn M. Malkex.
Hasaael 1. Wlinlir
Parttcularatteniloa paid to titer ami a.n,lrlty
( Hoorae TAN Ulnler'a Ulork.
QREK. fc CIIMIKKT,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
srtlllaaa If. Ureess, )
nrtlllata H. lllllxri, J. t'AIKO, ll.l.
MIIm V. ISIIawrS, J
Special attention glvii to Admiralty and "iiram.
(Mica OIIiLkMi Rhmi 7 and
r ttty Rational Uaak,
Cairo City Book Bindery
! (xepared t"
MaamfiMlura lllaali llooka nnil .to nl
klMita mf Haak HlndlnK and KultnK
73 Ohio Itfcvee,
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
oodi woo mi woi:ti!
Ttie undertljtnej will furnl.li
Hard nnd Iry Wood
Aa Cheap, if Not Cheaper
ija any wood-dealer ill Cairo, la nrdrr at
inn lit-orncand at thecorrvrr ntliili htreet and
Wsablugloii Avenue. 1 i(md iowiim; i..I
will cord the wood up. lKNMi IIAIX1.
February -ml, l7l
iyooi AXI COAI,.
F, IMI. WARD
la prepared to deliver the bet
fire Wood & Stone Coal
In any part of th city, In any quantity denied,
aa ahort notlcv.
Coal Delivered at $4 50 Per Ton.
OKKICE-Ovar lieerwart, Orth Co.'a .love
lore, two doom above thn corner of Eighth trrtt
and Cummrrclul nrenue. dectiit
Cor. 8tfc St. & Washington otc,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
Ii supplied with tha freahent
Oraccrlaa, Gr .Pr,e Can.
- att rrnlla.
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butte'
And Marytliins ! needed lor family aupply
It la In ahort one of tha be.l atooked grocsnea in
"a contlnuacc of publla iiatronai repeottully
Cor. PepUr a4 Thlrteeuth St.,
CAIRO, - - - - ILLINOIS
(lh the buiMIng known aa the Smith Store.)
a doing a Oaneral Grocery Bualnea In Flrat-Claaa
Uooda, fine Teat, pure OoMae, Canned and Dried
Vruita, Umokedand Halt Meal, 1'iokled fork,
Fard, Smoked Beef, Butter, Kreah Egsa. Flour
Meal Salt Fi.h. Nut. Candies, Bhot, uiTall kluda
of gooaa uauati j ap ianwiwNi((werj iwivi
HEffS OF THB CITY. '
TIMS AND THAT.
Comptroller llurnutt Iim filed liiioiliclnl
.Mr. Kiclmrd .Mnginnit W nil nppHcant
fortho position of Chief of I'ollco.
Mr. I'enbody, lofi( wltli Dodjjc, I.ord&
Co,, It In tho city.
Ki.ouu. Cholco Kiuiiily Klour In hbl
hairbhli., jacks &c, forjnlo nt tho Egyp
tian Mills. nu
Joel (i. .Morgnn, .i., will, probnbly,
Login tho piibllrntlon of n Djmocratic
pajior nt Shnwncceowti.
A LAiniKstocIc of furiilOiInf' goods of nil
kind iilwnya on hnnd ut V. NcllV, Ko. 73
Ohio Lavcc. ilucOtf
.Mr. James Kngllih would mnlto nti nc
tlvo pollcomnn, nnd U nn npplicnnt for n
plncc on tho pollco force.
Fan pl'tol nnd enrtridgoj and boWo
knlv:, go direct to 1'. Null", No. 7! Ohio
A wet, dnrk, blowy, dl'ngrceablo dny
wui vesterduy it ilhv to gloomy thnt It
wtis un Invitiitlon to julcido or n grund
lr you wnnt n good, styllih nnd well
fitting aultof clotlio", mndo to order, you
rami go tii 1. Nolf, No. 7U Ohio I.ovco.
.Mr. I). W. .Munn U In Wmhlngton
looking nftor ccrtnln olnlnu which Munn
nnd Folic undertook to get through Con-
grc nnd tho department!.
Who In It thnt don not like amoklng
hot bliculU for brenkfint Tho Fntno
Cook novo will bako them In live mlnutoV
tlmo by tho wntcb,
Our ndvcrlincr wWhei to ell a frame
not n arm hotiM), nnd the frame houto l
located on Commercial Avontto nuiir tho
New Vork store, not near tho Ntw Jluok
CiiilmiknN ploturoi thould be tnken In
the fori'tioou. 1'nrenH thould ruinembor
thli, a It U moru to thuir IntcrcU thnn
Worthlngtoti . over Rockwell A: C'o.'a
Hook riton;. mchitf
Thn Conntv.Court lm orderoJithiit!the
tirlilt'ix Intiiri',1 lv thn ruciiiit IiIl'Ii wntir
- -n j . ---CT-
iluill bo liiiMiwH.iti.ilv ronalrfd. It list alio
nuthorir.d .ltidg llroa to oxocuto nn up
peul bond in tho cave of Joseph K. Krick.
ft t iirNini wlint n loncth of tim oil
n - " e.
ImVih to wear out Hoots mid .'iliC"' when
made of good mnterial. nnd Win. Khli-r
tiles notlilng but tho lot. ol e vory tiling
stock, workmen nnd nil nt liUshop on
Twentieth ftri'i't opHo tho court houm.
Tli ii nrlnti.r m-iilii thn YollllL' Metl'a
Christian Association n most wonderful
society made Its Inoomn jkj'i iuki in ex
penditures I, and yul left It Iwliilieo of
571 1!0 In lis tre:i.tiry. Tin; Income wn
Tin: eiit"Tiiriliii; linn of .Mathn V
I'hl, ('ommllon merelmnts, huvo rt-
moved their olllco nnd pluce of buslnoss
from No. 185 lo M flhio Lewo, in tho
Flr.t Niitlonal llapk Iluildlng, cnunl
Tho Ocrmiin Drmiialio Asociftlon
Iihvo been requested lo repoat thn piny
entitled "Lieslo," rendre.l by tlielu on
lat Sunday night. It l ultogcther prob
iiblo thnt they will comply with tho re
V. T. 'WilllTIIIMITO.V Is doing it big
bliidict In copying nnd ilihirglng olil
liii-.iKirri'iit vimi., ,inliriitpus nnd l'lioto-
griiphs, iniikiiig thum look n bright us
whun tlrst tnken. fobli'tf
Tho uuthorltv of the county constable
to urre.t umler tho ordinaueos of tho city
wus ruvokttl some limn ugo, but tho con-
stnbles "go In on tlu-lr imi.olo" whenever
n enso oilers. Tho man, Jo, Arnold, con-
Uublo, Ac, Is pnrtloulitrly iietlvo whon it
Tho Hough nnd ltvudy engine coiiipuny
mint soon procurouow hotu for their smiill
nglno or elio "hung up tho lulill-j nnd
their l)tv. ' Of cour.o thu city inu.t
pay for tho new hose, nnd wo would sug
gest that tjio Flro Oominittoo of tho Conn-
11 hliuuui tiiieuu to mis iiiniiur.
T.MIKIt llKOTIIKItx, 8:i Ohio Luvce, will
iiorenfer keep constantly on hand, direct
from tho Kiutorn iimnufuelurers tho very
bct wlntur strnlned purllled sperm oil, for
sowing machine, nnd till Quo uud light
machinery. This oil has never yet been
unorceded bv nnv of tho inaiuimetiiied
oils, us it never gums or is nll'ectod by tho
Mr. 11. II. Cunningham ha rented tho
largo brick building belonging to Mr.
llumilton, on Commercial avenue, near
Sixth street, nnd propoies to rcmovo his
stock of dry goods into It at mi curly day,
Tho suloona of thu luvce, ho siiy, hug hjs
prcsont store housu too closely, nnd injuru
Why will our Month run tho rl.U of be
coming blind by wonrlng common Siiectu
clcs, whon thoy can procuro tho most per
fect nrticlo that has yot been limdo, by
calling at our old friends Tabor llro' tho
well known jowolcrs and got a puir of
Lazarus & Morris Forfectod Spoctaeles.
Don't delay. febldaw&lm
DulutU wants a choo rful burying ground
Wo would f uggost to tho DuUlthians that
Fnducnh would nniver their purpose, and,
being small, it might bo taken to Duluth
without much troublo and with littlo ox
pcnirj. Failuenh Is tho most cheerful bury
ing ground In tha Mississippi rnlloy. As n
graveyard It cannot bo excelled.
Wo hnvo been requested to not mention
tho nnnics of tho gentlemen who Indulged
In tho fisticuff round near the brctvoryyes
tonlay. Tlu light was an excellent one,
anil the participants in ltdcservoprnlso for
tho skill thoy exhibited and the good hu
mor which was manifested by both through
out tho entire dlftlculty.
Tho .Vim has, ut last, spoken out In meet
ing. It believes Ollvo Logan to bo a good
lecturer; that tho County Court had no
right to tell tho pcoplo who signed tho It.
It. petition that thoy wcra fools, and that
Grant ought to bo put down. And nil this
In tho same Issue I Go in, Davis ; wo shall
pat you on tho bauk. llullr boy.
Yesterday morning early about nix
o'clock a gay cavnlcndo of young ladles
and you nt; gcntloincn dashed up Washing
ton avenue, presenting a lino nppenrancc.
An early ride In tho morning is n great
treat to any porson, but particularly to
yojinjj gentlemen and young ladles when
they can. rldo In company, and on fiery
steeds. Tho oxcrcUu Is exhilarating de
Clkk'ivma.v, Hankers, Hook-ljccpers,
Editors, and all others that lead sedentary
lives, will llnd much relief from tho fro
qucnt Headaches, Ncrvousm-ss, and Con
stipation engendered from wantofcxerci.e,
by taking .Simmons" Liver Regulator. It
Is a harmless vcgetablo rmnpnimJ) it cnn
do no Injury; and numbers wliolmvc tried
it will confidently assert that It is tho best
remedy thnt cnn bo used. tnnrl ld&wl w
William Alba's barbershop Is patron
izo! by a vast number of our citizens, and
the universal judgment of his customers
is thnt he can "polish olf'.tho human face
divine with a skill that few harbors pos
sess. Ills brother, who presides over
ono of tho chalr, can handle u razor ns
skillfully as Von Moltko can his sword,
but It never brings blood. Tho shop is
neatly furnished, and Is located on Com
mercial Avenue, nuarthocorncr of Klghth
ktrcet, next door to Hannon's book store
Hereafter no person will bo paid for any
thing he, 'ho or it sells to the county, tin
lots, ivlien.tho bill Is presented to the Coun
ty Court for payment, nn order for thonr
ticlc having attached thereto the auto
graph of Judge Ilross, cnn bo produced.
ThN Is a good rule and wll snvo much
trouble if itrlclly ,follonvd. Tiio court
treats everybody who npproaehes it n nn
Infernal rn.cal who Is noxious to steal
something from the county. Tho orders
of Judge Ilross, if presented to tho court
at tin' proper time, will probably protect
the citizen from such insult.
Thn Democrats of tho city exp'rosod
grout satisfaction over tho rotultof the
eltftiuii in New llumpshlre. It was a
ploataul surprUd. Wu all knew the.o
Yaukuu ought lo voto thn Democratic
ti-kt)t, but that a majority would do so
wa past hoping for If tho Democrat
of Cairo had any apltil had ntiyLnJy to
lenl thorn they would mnkii the welkin
ring with their njolclng shouts woulrt
meet together and havo spiseeliu, and
chcorsundii bully goo J might owr tho
resurrected hope of goa.1 times coming
Coon N lv. Tho Cairo & Vlncenncs
Railroad will bo built in certain contin
gencies but the fact is that Klllott & Hay
thorn urn now receiving their spring .lock
of mens", women', misses', boys and chll
drena' rfhoes in ovcry stylo and of all va
rieties. Tbcfo goods will bo sold nt tho
lowet emit jfr'ieft.
Wo ask all of our old and now patrons
to rail and examlno our stock mid ascer
tain our prices, but wo wish it to bo dis
tinctly understood that wo want tanh cut
tamer. No other kind need apply. Tho
credit system has played out with ns, nnd
lo avoid mLlakes that creato ill will unci
trotillo wo havo concluded to allow no
good to bu taken out of tliu sloro on trial
iiiiIom they uro llrst paid for.
To Tin: Dramatic Ahsociatiox
(Jaiiio. Ii.i.. Tho iindorilifiiod would
kindly ask for u ropolltionof thu piny on
tltlM "Lleslo," next Sunday ovonlng, and
oxpre to thu acting ladle, and gentlemen
their special thanks for tho extra good
manner In which thoy rendered thuir per
formance but Sunday ovunln;;.
Usano Wnldur, Win Klugo,
Futur NeiT, John Hitter,
V. Hros, H. Meyer,
Jehu II. Goisman, F. Korsmover,
Win. Kupplor, Louis Herbert,
F. II. .Schotleld, V. Orth,
R.F. Kappeiiburg, J. Nanhcim,
Oiiua! sc. Smith's Ainorlcnn Organs
give porfoct satisfaction to all. Call nnd
J.C. CARSON, Agent.
No. W, Commercial Avenue.
Foil salo or exchange, COO acres of chulco
land In Franklin county on tho contem
plated lino of railroad from St. Lou's lo
EvansvHlu. I will oxchango for Cairo
proportv. ' C. CLOSE.
1 ' ' fcbHdlm.
OitliKiw to Maiioh. AVortliiiiglon or
dors evorybody and their ohlldron to
march to his new Photographic Art Gal
lory, and lcavo their incasuro for ono 'or
more dozen of his now imitation porcelain
card photographs, mado only at his gal
lery. Tho lino of march should commence
about fl o'clock a. in., and continuo up till
DEMiitKi'n. Tho police mado a descent
upon somo of tho frail sisterhood yester
day, und brought boforo Esqulro Ilross,
Elizabeth Oooman, Sarah Thomas, and
Nnncy, Llzzlo nnd Sarah Fuller. Sarah
Thomas, and Lizzlo and Sarah Fuller woro
discharged not guilty. Elkabcth (Jooman
was lined $10 and costs, and Nancy Fuller
t25 and cost. Elizabeth was sont up
twenty nnd Sarah thirty-two days. Nancy
Fuller is tho mother of Lizzio nnd Sarnli
Fuller aged respectively twelvo and four
teen years. Wo tako pleasure In commen
ding Shcchan and Cain for an nctlvo dis
charge of duty, and aro glad to see that
Judge Dross Is measuring out to dissolute
characters tho right kind of Justice.
Clotting Oat Sale.
Twcnty-llve thousand dollara worth of
ready-made clothing, hats, caps, boobs,
shoes, trunks and raleses aro offered for
salo by 1. NeiT, 70, Ohio Lovcc, at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, It being hlsjintcn
tlon to close out In that line, and embark
exclusively and moro extensively in tho
furnishing goods nnd merchant tailoring
Tins closing out saio lurnisucs an oppor
tunity to securo clothing cheaper limn ever
before offered In this market.
Auctio.v. I will offer for salo at tho
residence of Mrs. Slack, corner Sover.th
and Walnut streets, on Friday, March
17th, nt 0 o'clock a.m., a largo assortment
of household und kitchen furniture, con
sisting of bedsteads, bureaus, bedding,
wash stands, center tables, sofas, lounga,
carpets, stofw, and kitchen utensils, etc.
Salo without reserve.
mnrlC-St DAN. IIARTMAN.
Hai.i.icv. This Gentleman has every
thing that is bought or sold in his busi
ness, nnd his prices aro as low as tho low
est. His tinwaro embracing ovory ar-
tlclu ued In housekeeping, ho offers nt n
great bargain, and his cooking stoves can
not bo surpassed by any dealer In tho
MliiUilpnl Valley. Ho can be found on
Washington Avenue, near tho corner of
Foit Sai.k. 1 will sell my housonnd lot,
situated on Washington nvenue, west side,
between -1th and oth streets, Cairo, Ills
Tho liouso is a two story frame, finished
throughout, nnd contains eight rooms, con
veniently arranged. Cistern, outhouse, etc.
Terms eay. JOHN SHEKHAN.
meh if "dim .
Aliia. William Alba, Commercial
avenue, near tho corner of Eighth street,
has tho most completely furnished bnrlor
shop nnd hair dressing saloon Initio city,
and respectfully Invites public patronage.
He run prniniso his customors the most
courteous treatment, and workmanship
that cannot bo excelled lit Cairo. His
razors aro alwayn In order, his towels
always clean, nnd his' workmen always
ready. Give him a trial. tf
l'lANoe. Tho Decker Hrothci nnd
A. Sumner pianos aro In use. nnd recom
mended by the twit musician. They aro
the bot nnd chenpcit. Those desirous to
purchase, rail on J . C. Carson, agent, No.
I2S Commercial Avenue. meh'dtf
STiTrii.--Tliat Ruder Hro. urn thn
agent for tho D.tvl Sowing .Machine tho
Iwit In the market should not bo forgot
tan. A you pa by, go In and look at
thu machines and buy 'one.
Fou Sai.k. A two-story frnmo home,
with a storo room supplied with shelves
on tl.o lower lloorj good cistern, located
on Commercial avenue, between Nine
teenth and Twentieth streets, near thu
Now Hook store. This property will bo
sold chetp, as tho owner lives out of thu
city. For furthor particular apply at this
F.v'CY Gooii!,. Attention is called to
tho stock of fancy goods and china toys
sold at prlee to suit tho times, also, dollar
articles at tho Dollar Store.
Call at E. II. 0vald ifc Co' old stand
on Commercial Avenue. inltf.
Mauki:t llousi: I'KTtTiq.v. Tanner,
thu grocery man, is circulating a petition
praying tho Council to build, as soon us
pos.lblu, a inurkut hoyie thu lower story
to bo used for moat und vegetable stands,
Ac, tho second story for city offices and
council chambers, and thu third for a
KEEP IT DEFOItl' Till: PEOPLE
That Petor Ncff, No. 70 Ohto lovee, is
closing out his largo and well-selected
stock of clothing, boots, shuue, huts caps,
trunks nnd vuliscs, nl and
It is his purposj to embark moro e.Meii.
slvuly In tho inctehant ttlloring and fur
nishing goods bulne heiico the dc.lro
to cloiu out tho stock above euiinierated,
Tnv Pumi's. Tho pumps will not be
used'agaiu In Cairo, and should ho sold
without delay. Thoy aro rusting, and
before thoy becomu absolutely worthless
thould bo put into tho market. Why not
immudlaloly send oil thu Tenth atreul
pump? Bund it to New York, from
whence it canto, and direct tha maker to
sell it, for a commission,-if ho hlnuolf will
not buy it from tho city.
Wanted. $5,000 on five years' tlmo,
for which a fair rate of interest will bo
paid and a mortgage on unincumbered
real estate given for security. Enquire at
HuLMtTiM Office, or address i. O, Drawer
U70, Cairo, Illinois. mch7d&w3m
Sucokkb. Tup great, Napoleon's only
criterion was Success, and this has been
attained by the Charter Oak Stoves.
Ovor 200,000 havo boon sold ulneo their
introduction, and tho demand waxo
atronger ovory day. mehl4dfcwU
Tiik Tunsr.iiH' Nkw Ham.. Tho Turn
ers at their Inst meeting rcsolvoJ'to pur
chase tho two lots at the cornor of Tenth
nnd J'oRlnr streets, for thu purposo of
orcctlng a new hall ns soon as their pecu
niary condition will permit.' It Is their
Intention so wo aro informed to build a
llnu brick building with ti largo hall for
public usa in the tipper story. Cairo
needs n public hall, nnd wn hope the
Turners may bo the llrst to supply tho
Skwi.so MaciiinK)". Thoo wanting
Sewing Machines should romombor that
Wheeler & Wll'on's are tho best In use.
They aro unsurpascd for light rnnnlng.
They will out-wnro nny In two. Call nnd
J. O. CA11SON, Agent
m7tf. 12P, Com. Avcnuo.
To my 1'atiions. As it Is my Inton
tlon to go East for my Spring stock at an
early day, 1 wish all persons knowing
thomsolvpi Indebted to mo for goods pur
chased prior to January, 1871, to cnll and
sotllo their bills, tf Mm. McGEE.
.tvv Time Table.
On nnd after 12:3,p. m., Sunday, Dec.
4th, tho following tlmo lablo will -govern
tho nrrlval and dopnrturo of passenger
train nt Cairo;
II KIM It T
Mall train loaves'at 3;t0 a.m.
Expross " " at 3:30 p.m.
l. Iritis and Cairo Express
leaves at 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaves at.. .12:30 p.m.
Mail nrrlvos 2:05 a.m.
Express arrive '.13:24 p.m.
St- louls and Cairo Express
arrives 1:13 p.m.
Tho last named train leaves St. Louis
at 10:30 run. Traders can lcavo Cairo at
1:20 a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:'.'0 a.m., re
main in tho city thrco hours, aud return
to Cairo at 4:45 p.m., tho samoday.
Tho V.!:30 accommodation nnd Cairo
and St. Louis oxpress lcavo dally; all oth
er leave dully except Sundays.
"Way passongers should bear In mind
that tho 3:30 p.m. train makes only four
stoppings between Cairo and Centralia,
viz: Jonesboro, Carbondale, Du ijuoln
nnd Ashley. Tho liMO p.m. train stops
at all the stations along tho route.
tlccatf Agent, Cairo.
, , ,
Steamer Jns. Fisk Jr., Pndiisrih,
" Arlington, Columbus,
" tiulrkstep, Evansvlllo,
' Hello Lee, ,
" Iingworth, N. O.
" City VIchsburg, St. LmiW,
" Tyrone, Nnlivllle,
" J. Flak, Jr., Pnducah,
" Arlington, Columbus,
" ljulcktep, Evnnsvllle,
Hollo Lee, N. O.
" Longworth, Louisville,
" City Vicksburg, Vlclsburg,
" Tyrone, Nashville.
DSTTho river Is declining very slowly.
ttay Tho Tyrone la tho packet for
Nashville this ovonlng.
fifiT- The Jdlowild will bo the Kvans-
villo packet this ovculnc.
BoT Tho Longworth put off 100 bales
cotton, and hat a moderate trip.
toT Tho Hello Memphis discharged 107
bales cotton, 114 hide nt stone depot.
fttjrTho Millppl I falling ut St.
Louis as are also all Its tributaries above.
DSif Tho J as. Flik, as Jusual, leaves for
Pnducah to-day on tho arrival of tho
ttxTTho Jas. Flk brought '-' I wheel
barrows for C. R. Woodward, and 00 bdls
handles for shipment South.
CeyTho weather ye.tonlay was clear
until nendy noon when a brisk rain set in
which continued all afternoon.
fiaT Tho Tyrone brought !( hhds to
bacco, COO bbls Hour, for rothlpment
South, and '-'5 tons for St. Louis, and as
usual a good trip people"!
CttTTho Ohio is falling slowly at Pitts
burg with 7 feel 11 Indies in tho channel;
also at Cincinnati una l.miNvillu with a
feet III tho chll to over thu falls.
Csjy'J'ho (Julektup brought for Charles
Gallghor, & I sacks wheat; Thouins, GreeiuV
Alden, 4 coops chickens; C. It. Woodward,
15 pk'gs lead; U.S. Hurrcll, lot furniture;
and following for re-shipment: 40 lulls,
leather, 20 pk'gs sundries, for St. Louis ;
50 boxes of bitter, 100 bbls potatoes, 20
cattle and 1508 sacks corn for south.
CQfTho Belle Loo departed last even
ing having taken 61 hhds tobacco, uS
bales hay, 1U50 sks corn, li:i bbls whisky,
110 bbls Hour, 075 pieces lumber, loOgralu
bars, 433 pkgs glass, 108:: Iron bolts, 271
Hheets, 60 bars Iron, 102 ro Is washers, 150
sks oats, 570 cases oil, 21)0 bbls ditto for
Now Orleans and way points.
Commercial Ar., OppiMlte Post OMce
JOSEPH HAYLISS, Proprietor.
Tho Houso iaueivly furohhedand offer to the
puhlln Brt-cln. weuminodkiiouH. fet7dlf
TIi:ltfMT VKBJfAf. KIT. It;.
Nn eln.. nl Invalid aro more aensltlre
obtnire, of eaori and variations of tempfituro
ifinn ftv.nntlra. nml ner.nn. of hilloua habit.
Tender lunssaro not morocistlvnlTcctcil by the
vlcls.ltude than feeble toniieli. If there i
ln,Uncv In Hin nv.tf m to indlaf .MOD. billotlsne
nr bowel comrlalnl". thn vnrlnblo weather
early prlng Is almost .urn lo dovelopo one or
other of the ailment. Intermittent revorsnrn
Mo moro prevalent In tho spring month than at
any other ,eaon except autumn. In view oi wien
r.vot,tiii .torn to bo proper tlino to invno es
peclsl attention lo llo.tctlor' Stomach Bitters, a
medicine, which for nlong seric of year, ha
proved atiperlor to all other a a remedy for tho
above nvned dlorilcr, an n prolcetlon ngalnt
the nila.ma which frsinenlly prnduce, and
alw)s aggravate, them. It wa formerly tho
pr.wllceto nlve violent cathartle a. "tprins med.
leines," nor Is th cc.utom yet entirely obolcte.
Nothing, howaver, cm bo more ill-Jiuln-.l ixn t un
fophllo.lnliic.il. The chilling molsluro with which
tho air I loaded at the breaking up of winter,
prees heavily upon the vital forces of thobidy,
and reinforcement, not depletion, I what it re
quires. Tho lllttor I a genial and excellent
tonic, amodcrate alterative, nnd Jutenough of an
anerlent to reirutvto withaut convulilnir tho
bowels. It if, therefore, a upeclllc peculiarly
nlapteilto the present season. menii'itwi
AliLIDA Y illtOTIIKILS.
W L O TJ R
And Agjnt ol
OIIIO RIVER AM) KANAWHA
jro. 70 orczo xjXitt-x:
J .TI. I'll I M.I IS: , .,
UCCe.nnr to K. II. lleudrick A Co.
Wliarf - Boat
I. IHKItAI. ASIVANS SJ MAI1T. SSN t'ON.
iM'Arn pri'jaiiHl in rceeive, .lore and forwaid
freight to all iolht, mid buy and sell on vein,
I9lllulneia attended In with lironil.tncn.
II. V'..Mii.i(a. HrssT. I'lUkiii
jii,m:ic .v imicki:k,
ri.OHIC, COK,OAT.S, II A V,
IVo. 58 Ohio Iduxee
CM I HO. II.MXOIS.
qi.osi: a Yixciivr,
nod dealer in
Lime, Cemenl, Plaslei Paris
for. Mil Nlror! ainl Oltlo I.ovt'o
AO. I. 1'IIirXIN,
ueeo .orto Parker A I'nid .
And Ut.. I' r .ii
I'tour. .Ilfiil. Hay, 'srii. Oats,
Cor.lOtht. &Ohio Levee
J. I), M.illiun. H. 11. 1)1:1
JjATIII'SS .V I'll!.,
Commission Merchants j
oSOhlo Lovt'o, inl Aatlunal Hunk
iwoialatlentloiigiveu tu Ihv purelu.nnd le
FLOUR & G llA-IiS?
ar001 ItlTI.MMU .si;
Hi'ix'kksou. ur Aii4 Co.,
Genera! Commission Merchant
Ii: 13U, Ohio iiWcv,
novlllf ( AIKO, ILL.
m s vr
tn Prepared to Supply Caterit
vi ilh tho Rest tjoallty of
Illinois Coal, . .
(Inter left nt Halllday' kirM. SMtaa,
No. TO OhloIve, or t'tk Cool
Tartl helovr (lie St. STaiMfosi H
tcl,'wlll Rceclvp. aroa)C
Ti.s Tug "Montaalt" w1l.brins;,Colalon(sid
tenmer at any hour, day or nkliu
aUnlrn, ict. altli. 170 -It
jOSH' COAI. YARD.
I Of th street
.Toiint Carli(n,'Du QasitB tjiatl
A jtnoil liiptl' am iraBd,stndstlItrrsMI
In nny part or the altjr.
Every I.oud or Coal Weighed, ami fall
Dlt UUIl'lN COAI. FTHNIir.D AT
I'EU OAR LOAD.
Order left t thu -lllco willbe filled ImmtdlaUC
JAMES I10SS, Prop'r.
GliASSWAKK and HOUSE VUHfaMH
185 and .187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
yAIiTKK tfc MAI.ONV.
AM) DEALER!) IN
Eighth St., between Washington A
Ailjolnliic Itltitnlionee at 'Maassjr.
ICeep Ihe bo,t of Ilcef, Tork, Mutton, Veal, Lamh,
faur.ige, eic, ami aro prepared to erv clliiaa
in the niol noeepmble manner. 'oetudtt
PEOPLES' MEAT M1RKET
t'HAS. (JAYKIt Sc CO., Prop'r.,
Ktcpeon.lantly on hand th beitof Beaf.Portr.
Mulier, Unl, l.nmb, Saimage, Fuddln. etu
ITei.li n hlin bird lu any quantliy,corned beef, tie.,
alwav. on hand.
tinier tilled promptly and aatlstarttoa wta
AitlEN KY AHTOjr
AND DKAI.KItlN ALL
KINDS OF FRESH HEATS
Cor. liltli nnil Poplar St.,
ltiiv.nn.l UU'htor only tho bet cattle, nog
nndhiep,anil i. pritu.iredta Ull any demand tor
tr. -u meatus IVtiiu one pound to ten thousand
I nnd.. J.oJVltl
rno Tin: laiufs.
I now ntiundnntly auppued aith
'i'.i wh eh .lis particularly Invite attention,
rihoha iimt receltvdafulllfooot
Diets TrliiiuiliiKii, Silk (Jimp, Silk
Daloon, ,,'iilpiiro Luces, Maw
Triiiiiiiliijrs, Silk aatl
Volt ft JltlttOHS,
('nickel llullous, Pliuh
und Trliiiiiiiuir Vclrct; Milk Gtaipa.
. ti,i j
HATS and B01
Flno Kid (JloiteH,
Andn iill ami eoaipleta stuck of
ShehiTite th ladle lo call and. iW tMtr
eoikI. ami learn th prloe. ...
blie i dcterniml W"'?" Vr1
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