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THE CAIRO BTJLLETI3ST, MARCH It.
c a i no" a niTn Aifmu K
Thn following lc mere leavo ciro
on Id day nnd at the hour belowoiinici)
TALISMAN, Every Monduy at 6 p.m.;
TYRONE, Every Thursday, at 5 p.m.;
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, at C p.m.
For Freight or linage apply on board, or to
UIGGH & MALLORY,
Jan2C7llf T5 OHIO I.KVRK.
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
Tli beautiful and light draught atenmer
JAMES FISK' JR
leaves Cairo dally at .p.m., a.d Pa lurah dally
aiva.m. iianug superior accommodation she
oucns public patronage.
I JtTIIUIl WADCiYMAR, M.
J.X. ii,, ri.ysicinn nnu Accoucheur, for
merly nl Anna, union Co., Illinois, lias perms.
nantly loeaied in city. OKFJCT-Commerclrl
Avenue, between fth and fth Mreeti West side.
p W. I)U.V.M.(J, M. I. It..
IDKNCE-Corner Ninth and Walnut
oh r"lCK-rnr ftltlh fitrert and Ohio Levee
nFFJCK JIOUKH-From a.m. to jt m., and
nr.Biuc.-iurs .10,; il, Thirteenth ren
lweo Washington Avenue and Walnut Street
OFF01..-.l2t Comeiclsl Avi Due, ur slslr
HWAItDSEH, M. !., Cairo
RRHIDKNCB Comer of Nineteenth at.,
and Uashlgton ate. OFFICB-On Commercial
"i ' ine rotiomce, ijrritJK OUHH
ruin ia inwu ill., tMioilay exreptedj and
wait .u w ,i III.
Oaifp, 130 Commercial Avenue.
umceiiori,NU 10a.ra,V Uo3p.ni.
Keildenee.No. Is, Ninth street, Cairo III.
William J. Allen, J
John II. Unite-. J
HusMrl F. Wheeler j
PaHieulaatteailoo paid lu river and admiralty
OtBtt Kooaae It Wluler'e Blorh.
IIEK.V Ac UII.IIKUT,
A n uitNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
ellllam II, Cireen, )
nrilllam M. Illllxri, I f'AIHO, ILI.
Nile . illtM-rl. I
npeial atlenliou gnen Ut Admiralty and StearnO
om UhleLvee. Itaoraa 7 and
er t hy Nallaiml Hunk.
QtmME kci ATii or i : i.,
Commercial At., Opposite Pott Ofllci-
JOSEPH 1IAY1.ISS, Proprietor.
The House It newly rurni.hed and otTivatolh.
'M I.U im-i . - VV-t ..a,w.l-. ,rilll
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
ivooDi wooi!! woi:i:.
The underslsned wlllfurniah
flu rd nucl Dry Wood
A Cheap, it not Cheaper
i,u any wood-dealer In Cairn. l.avo orders at
inerosl.omi'eand at the corner od.'inijtraei and
Wealiinjlton AVenus, I Klin wood men. lire hi.. I
willrord the wood up. IK.S'M IIAI.I'.V.
yooi AX1 COAL.
JP, HVC. WARD
I. prepared to deliver Ilia beat
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
in any part of the oily, In any quantity dwuied,
on .hori nonce.
Coal Delivered at $1 50 Per Ton.
OPFtcn-Orer Herman, Ortn A &,' .love
stoie. I wo doors above. Ihe corner of Highlit strtct
ana Commercial avenue. dectlil
yA M:ii.vi; hksciTn
Cor. 8th St. & Washington ave.,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
Is supplied with tho frcalicat
Uroeerles, (Jraaa ana Dried and Can.
Dressed Poultry. Fresh Butte
An1 everything else needed lor lamlty xupply
It la in short one of tho beat mocked grocerie in
llio cllf . ,, .
A I'ontlnuace of publlo patronaie ta reipeettully
iollclled r detJldni
Cor. Poplar and Thirteenth St.,
CAIRO, - - - - ILLINOIS
(In the bulUIng kuovnaa llw Smith Store.)
h doing General Oro oery ttualneu in Fimt-C'aai
oiH, nnaTei', pure U.ittee, Canned and Uriel
Miu, Sntcil an I Halt Heat, Pickled Pork,
ard, drnwei Uoaf, Butler, Freth Egga. Flour
e il. 4kU Fish, Nuta , 0 andies, Hbot, and all kind
gooda usually kep t to firit-taaa grocery itort.
r s- S . W- ' -Ve. "
NEWS OF TI J ECJTV.
.lullor JkHiilo hm returned from '11
Mr. Jowctt Wilcox lian returned from
n llglitnln),' trip to Chicago.
A LAnoK stock of furniiliing (,'oodj of nil
klnd nlwnys on lmnd nt V. Neiri, No. "9
Ohio Lovcc. deedtf
Cain and Shcehan linvo Im'chiiio n wholo
team. Thoy did n rush trig LnislneM yc
tcrdny. For plstoli and crtrlilf;c and lowlo
knlvcn, go direct to 1'. NeJI'i, No. 70 Ohio
Tlio uttontion of our rendcra U called to
Hm ndverllitimr-nt of land, fur the land-
lew, and homei for the liorneltM, in nn-
J v you want it good, etylish and noil
fitting tuit of clothes, hi ado to order, you
mmt go V) V. Noir, No. "9 Ohio I.cvec".
Wo hud tho pleasure of meeting Culm el
Cnmy, of .Mound Citv.on Ohio I.evee, vel-
terduy. lln watitiioklng tho sarnu unlit
cigar ho hud In UU mouth when we met
him latt, tlx month ao.
Tin: ctiterprinlng firm of .Malhun .V
I'hl, (ommli'Ion merchant, huvo re
moved their otllee and placo of Inline
from No. 135 to 18 Ohio l.evee. in tho
Kint Nallonul Hank Ituilding, iccond
The tug hoing built by IteolA; Mniiu.
for St. I.ouin, will probably bo handed
over to tho owner to-duy. Tho Untitling
touche wero being put on her yetrdny.
CiULHUK.s's picture ihould ) tiken In
tlm forenoon. 1'arcnM ahould remumbtir
tlil, a it in moru to their InteroH tlinn
Worthingtun', over Rockwell A Co.'a
Hook Htore. meli2tf
Korneo Frlgaiir.a wu In the cltv vcftcr-
day, catting nn eye ut tin- tug which lnj i
building for lliillldiiy Ilroi. Me. Krigun.i
Iihi been reln"tatcl In the navy yard ut
il on rid Citv.
It U itr.mg.' whiit a length of tlm it
take to wenr out Mont and Shot- when
made of gool tiiatfrinl. and Win. KhlT
ue nothing but the bo.t of i-verythliig
ti:k, workmen nnd all nt hl iboti on
Twntieth tn-'t oppoit' the rotirt hniic.
A very large crowd of Wtixeti. Inki rdnl
the "IlllnoU" yeterdny wlmu Am lnodud
at tho wbarf (roui CVlumbui, and ttvarmci
through her c.ibin und lioiler room. Th
rnaitcr and clerk ar HHire lingering
Why v. ill our frimidi run tb" rik of -
t'oining iii by wearing common .SpcU
rle, when they can procure tho mo.t per-
fct artilo that liu vat lawn made, bv
( tilling Mt our old friend TuUr Jlrut' the
well known juwelen nn 1 get n mir of
Ii.'irui A- Jlorrl'' I'l ffivt! .p(ctacl.
Don't debit . fi-blilawAhn
It I wrong o doclnro tho canonical
rule of tlm Catholic and EnglUh church-.
e to marry in Lent. On thii account,
about two doon marringi which havo
been provldud for in thii oily, hiv- boii
potponcd until after Kaucr.
TAIIKR UllOTIIKItS 83 Ohio I.ovpo, will
Hereafter keep constantly on lmnd, direct
from tho Kaiteru munufactururt the very
bet winter itrulued puritledtperm oil, for
iewiim machinei, and till lluo und light
machinery. ThU oil hu nuvur yet been
upe.x'cdcd by any of tlm inuiiuftM-tun-d
oll, at It novertrum or it nlfrctcil by the
The "yearly vlltnr t i the African
McthodKt t'hurcli i now in thn cltv
holding n eriei of mectingi. Thn lou
hcepof tho cnlored I luck of Cairo uru
nulling Into tho fold In largo imiiW.
They will till wear v.oldeii crowm In
Kidgdom Coiiip, und play on n silver
harp ah !
Elder Swecnoy, formurly pa.tor of tho
Cliritiuii church in thii city, tins been
preaching nt (SoIooimIii recently. Hi -ormolu,
miy till (loU'ondl llrtaUI. wer de
livered in un ii truett und loving manner,
and had u niatorhil iill'ect for good. Then
to thu GolcoinlliiU'i uiitiiK ulo Klder (iriitil,
of Cairo, and In kpako In tho miiiiu loving
spirit that uhiirnctorlud thu sermon of
.Sweeney, when -'it bjcumi evident to
ovory one,'' nays tho llrraUl, ''thiil tho
ouli of tliiso two nblu men wero In thu
work, and that thoy fully appreciated tho
vait importanco of uniting Christian in
order to Ilia advancement of tho great
work in which thoy aro engaged." A
great revival of religion omucd, and it ha
bocomo so contagious that the other town
along tho IllinoU sldo of tho Oliio ubovo us
aro oijiorioncing an awakening of thn
plrit. AVIiou Cairo movoi In anything-
when, particularly, sho sondt forth lior
ovangoliiu thogood remits of her ciforti
oon becomo apparont.
Closing Out Hales.
Twenty.ftvo thousand dollar worth of
ready-made olothlnu', hats, caps, boot,
shoes, trunks ami valoe uro oll'ercd fur
sitle by T. Ned", 79, Ohio I.oveo, nt AC
TUAL COST PRICES, it being liU.lnten
tlon to cUso out in thnt line, and embark
exclusively and moro extensively in tho
furnishing goods and morehant tailoring
This closing out alo furnishes nn oppor
tunity to tcuro clothing chcupcr thun over
beforo ofl'ored in this market,
THE COUNCIL-MEKTINU LAST
Thu Council wai called together In
joint acMlrui, with hit Honor, the Mayer,
in the chair, l'rosont Mci.rii. Cunning
ham, Fitzgerald, Hullidny, Ilurd, Met
call, Itearden, Hchuh, .Scaie, Stratton,
Taylor, "Walder, Winter, Wood, Wood
Mr. Winter presented a report for tho
former Market Committeo, itatlng that
from tho 3d day of Docombor, 1870 to tho
10th of March,' 1871 tho um of i!2 80,
nowin tho hands of Mr. Mondel, ready to
bo paid to tho city.
Mr. AVInlor oflored nrciolutlon to pay
Mr.Mendell SIO In scrip for hi ecrvlec
as weigh master.
Mr. Taylor, from Committeo on
Street, reported requesting tho
Mayor to numinato a com
petent carpenter on sidewalk. Received
and recommendation adopted.
I'etlllon from Mr.Wollman, lotting forth
that Jinlgo Iiross had fined him SIO for
doing business ni a merchant, when, In
fact, ho had never done biislries'. but that
hii wlfo who transacted tho business of tho
family, had obtained liconso for doing tho
buiino for which ho wa fined for doing
without licenic. .Mr. .Schuh moved to
grant tho prayer of tho petitioner. Mr,
Nurd moved as an amendment that tho
petition bo referred to tho Committeo on
Claimi. Amendment adopted.
Petition of 1'urccll JL (Jrcoley, stating
that they had beer. fined by
Judge llron S'JJ and cots fur
telling gunpowder ; that tho ordi
nance is invalid ; nnd that tho lino and
coits ihould be refunded. Mr. Ilalllday
moved that the petition ! referred to tho
CommIr.ee on Claims. Carried.
Petition of .In o. Jicoplo for permlulon
to build uu addition to hi building. Re
ferred to Committee on Fire Department.
Sundry claimi and accounts were pre
sented and referred to Committeo on
Claims, under the rulos. Tho Council
UMMiicd ti lm somewhat "mixed"' on tho
question of tho referenco of bills to the
Claim Committee, but, oftor a little Strug
gin of words, the quctlon liecaint cloar
as pur ii wator.
.Mr.AVInUr moved to Imtruct tho Mar
ket Commhleo to -niploy om conipt'tent
in. in to takn rhargo of the city ecale, and
that tho weigh mai tor bo nllowcd IT. jier
cent, of all money received for weighing.
.Mr. Taylor oifarcd a resolution request
ing lion. .John M. Crel to bring to tho
attontluii of the Secretary of War the im
portance of v.tubliihlng uilgnal utation fur
meteorological ob-orvntlun nt Cairo.
Mr. Wo! mov.nl to autliorir.o tlo
Comptrol!r topros-nrc a proper book, and
procor t immadlately to the luicumcnt of
property within tho city limits.
Mr. Wood movad to instruct tho City
Troaurr and Oollctor to proceed to
collect the uii"ollote.l tnxe without
Mr. 'I'aylor movml to Instruct the Or
diiiaino Committee to Ntrortaln If thu nc
tion of the lMnl of th found1 can lw
Mr. Taylor moved that thn Flnanco
(.'..niiiiitten lm Instructed to examine and
rejiort whether it l practicable to fund
thn outrun ling city icrlp.
Sfvonil other Important, resolution
were offered and rcferrod to tho appro
Tho Mayor then nominated Louis N.
Myers fur Chief of Police. Tho ballot re
suited in follows:
Aye, 6i nay, 15.
The Mayor then nominated for Chief of
Police, Morris Wiley. Tho ballot resulted
as follows: Aye 7; nay 8.
No election. Tho Mayor then nomi
nated for tho same position, 'Wm. II. Rob
eruon. Tho ballot r-ultcd u follow:
Aye 3; imy li.
No election. Tho Mayor then nomina
ted for night Policeman, Joseph Vcrrcin.
Ayo II; nays Q.
Tho Council then tojk u rt-.-.u of ten
After nn iuturval often mlnutc thu
Mayorealled tho Council to order, and
nominated Wm. A, RobcrMuu for night
policeman, Ayes -I j 11 nays.
No eleutliiti. Tho Mayor then nomina
ted ilnlili Cain fur night policeman.
Aye u j mi v 10. 1
No election. Tho Mayor then nomina
ted us -j-ici-l.il policemen on Phillip')
whiirl'bi'iit, Samuel FUltor, day police
lnm. and Jaims l.tw, nlglit policeman.
The noiiiiuiilioii wvro conllriiu'd by u
Tho Muyor announced that ho would
make no further nominations for police
man. Nicholas Duvoro was then elected car
nenter on tno sidewalks la aye to 2 nay.
After the transaction of pther buslnc..
the Cotiiuil adjourned.
Foil Sai.k. I will sell my house and lot,
situated on Washington avenue, west side,
botween -Uli nod 6th street, Cairo, Ills
Tho house U a two story frame, finished
throughout, and contains eight rooms, con
veniently arranged. Cistern, outhouse, etc.
Term cLy. JOHN SHEEHAN.
Al.HA. William Alba, Commercial
avenue, neiir'thu corner of Eighth street,
luia thu mojt completely furnished barber
hhop and hair dressing a)oon in tho city,
nnd re.peutfully invites public patronage,
Ho can promlso Li customer tho incut
courteous treatment, and workmanship
that cannot bo excelled in Cuird. nil
razor are uhvuys in ordor, hi towol
always clean, and hU workmen always
ciuly. Olvo him a trial, tf
The Pullee Aetlve-Jiiif ge Hrnae lllah.
lug- Out Kxem il try l'liiee.
Yestorday Marshal Cain and Policeman
Shcehan woro as active us "nailers," und
brought a troop of tho dissolute beforo
Judge Dross who judged them fairly, and
upon tho guilty whodoiervod punishment
fmtcoed exemplary linos. For instanco,
Michael Corcoran, arrostod by Sheehnn
for doallng In three-card inonto, was fined
by the Judgo $50 and costs, and In dofault
ot payment was eont up 6 1 days, ThU Is
tho way to handle tho rascals, and tho
Judgo is tho man to treat thorn accord
ing to their desert.
Charlo Peacloy and William
Young, arrested by Hhcohan for
fighting, was lined $10, each, and cost'.
Sent to jail for 1G day, each.
Chas. Fuller, arrostod by Sheohan, for
hoing guilty of a plain drunk was fined
Rebocca Wutklns, Ktnlllo Koll, Rebecca
Fry, Jane Tefcetclor, Mclvina Trouttnun
and Amanda Jackson, nil of thn don known
as the " Nolo in tho Wall," tho head
quarter of low thlovos on Twenty-sixth
itreol, woro arrested by Slieclian nnd Cain,
nnd lined by Judge Itrojs $10 and cost
ench. Nnvlng no money, thoy were sent
up for 20 days, each.
Ooon Ni:wf. Tho Cairo V VIncennc
Railroud will bo built in certain contin
gencies,' but tho fact is that Elliott & Hay
thorn aro now receiving their prng stock
of mens', women', misses', boys' nnd chil
dren,' shoes in every itylo and of nil va-
rietlc". Thcfe goods will bo sold nt the
loweit cuA jiriet.
"Wo ask nil of our old and now patrons
to call and exatulno our stock und ascer
tain our price, but wo wish it to be dls-
tlnst'y understood that wo want enth ens-
rowrx. No other kind need apply. The
credit system ha played out v:lth us, nnd
to avoid mistakes that create ill will and
trouble wo have concluded to allow no
goods to be tukcu oulnf thu store on trial
unlcs thoy are fint paid for.
ELLIOTT & HAYTHORN.
RoilllKIUO AMI ATTKMI'T TO Roll.
On Friday night, before tho front door
of Elliott & Haythorn' boot and ihou
store had been closed, n thief entered und
purloined a box of ihoes containing
twelve pair valued at $C0. He succeed
ed In making hli escape. Yesterday
morning Detective Mycr got ou hi'
trarV, and by romparln; the Imprint of
tho thief thoci with the thoes ofn 'III
pi'cted negro, sntlsfled himself that he had
the right man, nnd arrested him. The
negro ''ihowed tight" and drew n knlf.,
but Myer oon Miltlel him. lie was
taken before llron and liound over.
Thu other night the bttrbor shop of
Oeorgo Stelntnetswnjcnttridnnd robbed;
and nn attempt iiiadi to rob the pork
packing bouse of Wol und lloylo. The
thieves cut h hole In tho window pane of
thu door, slipped thu bolt and then un
fastened tho door. At tbi time they
mustlmvo become frightened, for thoy
decamped without doing atix further tnii
oMef. Foil Sai.i:. A two-lory .frame hou.e,
with u store room supplied with iholve
ou the lower Iloor; good cistern, located
on Commercial avenue, between Nine,
teer.th and Twentieth streets, near tho
Now Hook .tore. ThI property will bo
old chetp, ai tho owirr live out of thu
city. For further particulars apply at this
. - -
Tin: election excitement is about over.
Rut Win. Eh'er continues to use tlm very
belt of stock and material in tho manu
facture of boots nnd shoes, lino and coarse
and employs nono but first diss work
men in his shop, on -Oth street opposito
the Court House. Try him, you wont
regret it. mlif
Fancy (loons. Attention w called to
tho stock of folic v good and china toy
sold at prices to suit the times, alio, dollar
articles ut thu Dollar Store.
Call at L II Oswald A- Co old stand
on Commercial Avenue. niltf.
La no k S a i. k or La.n'il A'trattofland
of :i.s uerej udjournlng Mound City, on
the Ohio river, Including tho ltu of the
old town of Trinity, va sold at tho Court
homo In this city yesterday, by John lk'.
llarmnii, Ivq., Speclul ComniHslnnur, and
was purchased by Judgo William 11
Green. The land was sold in four separ
ate parcels, unit tho averagu price per
acre was it little less than fO. Tlil .-.cvms
to us ti great bargain.
KEEP IT HEI ORi: THE PEOPLE
That Peter Ne ll', No. 7f Ohio levee, is
closing out hi largo and wull.selei'tcd
stock of clothing, boots, shoe, hats, caps,
trunk and valies, ut und ,
n r low OsT.
Tt 1 hi purpoij to embark more exten
sively In tho merchant tailoring and fur
nishing goods huslnccs hence the desire
to closo out the stock above ('numerated,
Wantk'd. S5,0O0on live year' time,
for which a fair rate of Intercut will be
paid and a mortgage on unincumbered
real estute given for security. Enquire nt
HtH.l.KTlN Ollieis or addru P. O, Drawer
1170, Cairo, lllinuis. meh7d&w:im
Scci'K.'.s. Tho great Napoleon' only
criterion wt Sncc's.s, and hl hai boon
ut till nod by thu.Clmrter Onk Stoves.
Ovor 200,000 have been Mild since their
introduction, aud tho' demand waxes
stronger ovory tltit. mchUd&wlt
Flouii. Choicu Family Flour in bbl
half bbl., sacks Sic, fur Bale at tlieEgyp
tian Mill. au
NVricr. to Quit. Mr. Reagan, tho
gentlemanly and accomplished house
breaker, who has honored tho city with
his presonco slnco lat Tucsdav. received
from OUlcer Shccban notice to quit and
j U going. Ho received tho notice with
! "bad graoo," and remarked that it was
hard treatment ; that a gentleman ought
not to Imi moles'ed when ho was willing to
givo his word that ho did not intend to
"work tho town; " that this wa he second
time that ho had been insulted by officers
In Cairo, and that bis "phcollnks" wero
dreadfully torn in consequence thereof.
" I go, but I return!" ho exclaimed, quot
ing tholanguago of tho Gladiator, and imi
tating tho manner of tho tragedian, For
rest. Mr. Reagnn goes from horo to some
where else, and it is to bo hoped that tho
peoplo among whom ho lulls will know
better than wo how to appreciate hi deli
cate and scnsltivo nature. It is not right,
wo submit witli all duo regard to publlo
prejudice, to treat n high-toned thief of thu
Mr. Ruagan'klnd a gcntlcman.who would
scorn to pick n pocket unless it was very
full il is Jiot right, wo sny, to treat such
gentleman like n common thief, nnd order
him out of tho city. Olllccrs ought to
havo too much regard for what is duo
merit to Insult a gentleman Ilka Mr. Ilea
gnn in such n rudo manner.
Thero will bo a freo dance at tho Hull
Alloy, this (Saturday) evening. Every
body Is invited, como one, come all 1
March 18th, 1871.
Stitch. That Ruder Rros. are thu
agents for thu Davis Sewing Machine tho
best In tho market should not bo forgot
ten. As you puss by, go In and look nt
the machines and buy one.
OnnKn to Maiujii. Worthlngton or
ders everybody nnd their children to
march to his new Photographic Art Gal
lery, und leave their measure for ono or
more dozen of his now imitation porcelain
card photographs, made only at his gal
lery. Tho lino of march should cummenco
about G o'clock u. m., nnd contlnuo up till
Foe vii On tho l.evee, ono Tool Chest.
Tho owner can get tho same by proving
propcrtynnd paying f.irlhit advertisement,
It .1. C. (JILMORE.
Pianos. .The Decker llrother nnd
A. Sumner pianos ah' in use, and recom
mended by tho lot musician. They nro
the U'mt and cheapest. Those dcilrnus to
purclia.e, call on JtC. Cnrion, agent, No.
Commercial Avenue. mcU7dtf
TllK question 1 Inn everybody and their
friends been to Vulcntino Resell' family
grocery corner ."th nnd Commercial. If
not, thoy had better ittii right there, fur
there I where tho A'ict muybo found
surrounded by the finest stock of grocer
ies to be eon In the city, and hr run sell
them too whether they nte leuMfn or
Hi: Cash: to (Iiiikk. A number of
uontldonci men- threo card inonte raiculi
have been lounging about the city sev
eral days, t 'iking In thu unwary and 'do
lug'' between time little jobs of burglary
On Thur-day afternoon OlUcor Sheehan
got on thu track of tho leader of the band
mid arreted him. On the fellow person
tho monU cards woro found, and about n
doon plug, of tobacco nnd n number of
cigar which he had obtulned by breaking
into tho cigar stand of an Italian on Com
morclni avenue. He is now In 'durance
vile.' Thus may It be with nil of them.
,rsv Time Tnlile.
On and after 12:'J0, p. in., Sunday, Dec.
4th, thu following tluiu table will govern
the arrival and departure of passenger
trains at Cairo i
.Mall train leaves at :i:lu ii.ni.
Express " " ut il:30 p.m.
St. I.ods and Cairo Express
leave ut a.m.
AccominiKliitlon leaves at... 12:110 p.m.
Mail arrive 'J.Oi a.m.
Express arrive p.m.
St. Loul and Cairo Evproc
arrive 1.15 p.m.
Thu last uuiiu'd train leave St. Loul
at 10:30 a.m. Trader can leave Cairo ut
l:!0a.tu., reach St Louis at 7:25 ii.ni., re
main in the city three hour, ami return
to Cairo at -I: ) p.m., the fame day.
The i'.V:iO iu'commoJutlou and Cuiio
and St. Louis u.proi leave daily; nil oth
ers leave daily except Sunday..
Way passenger should b.-ur in mind
that the 3:30 p.m. train make only four
toppings between Cairo and Centralia,
vlr. : Joneshuro, ( arbondale, Du (Jiioin
and Ashley. Tho 12:30 p.m. train Mop
at nn tno stations aioiig too route.
dce.Hf Agent, Cairo,
Skwinu M acii in k.s. Thtwe wanting
Sowing Machine should remember that
Wheeler fc Wilson' nro the best In use.
They nro unsurpassed for light riinninir.
They will out-waro any in ue. Cull and
.1.0. CARSON, Agent
ni7tf. las, Com, Avenue.
To MY PATIlOeiS, A it I III V iulmi-
lion to go Eiint fur my Spring stuck at an
early day, 1 wish all persons knowing
themselves indubled to mo for good pur
chased prior to January, I -7i, t.i cull and
settle tholr bills, tf .slit. Mcuhr..
Ohoa.ns. Smlttr American Organ
glvo porfect satisfaction to all. Call nnd
.1. C. CARSON, Agent.
No. 128, Commercial Avenue.
The Council refused last night to con
firm cithcr'Mr. Mycr or Mr. "WHoy as
Tho city tnmU tonight unprotected by
any policemen, nt the mercy of tho very
clement of our community tho Council
was elected to suppress 1 Thero is not an
officer o( tho city of Cairo whoso duty it
is to watch over tho property of tho citi
zens in tho night time, and thoclty I now
full of men who will tako advantage of
this condition of affairs to ply
their dishonest vocations. Ltt Ihem ; and
let tho responsibility rest whoro It prop
erly belongs, on tho Ilrorm Council
of Cairo thnt enters upon Its mission
stumbling hesitating raising tho ghost
of political differences doing nothing for
tho city' good leaving Its constituents to
bo proyt d upon by tho sneak-thiercs, gam
bler, burglar and other scoundrels it no
Fousalo or exchange, 500 acres of choice
land in Franklin county on tho contem
plated lino of railroad from Ht. Lou1 to
Evansvlllc. I will exchango for Cairo
property. C. CLOSE.
Who I it that doc not like smoking
hot biscuit for breakfast ? Tho Fnmo
Cook stovo will bako them In llvo minute.'
time by tho watch.
". T. or.TitiNOTo.v is doing u bis
bnsincss in copying nnd enlarging old
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypcs and Photo-
graphs, making them look ns bright as
when Urst taken. febl'Jtf
Steamer Jn. FskJr., Paduenh,
" Ivnto Robinson, St. Lewi',
" City of Alton, St. Lew?,
" City of Qulnoy, Evansvllle,
" Occanu', Shrcvcport,
" Wm. Cowen, Pittsburg,
' Paulino Carroll, New Carroll,
John Lumsden, Nashville,
City of Cairo, St. Louis,
" Abcona, Cincinnati,
" lltlnnla, CotumbUR,
Ja. Flak, jr., Paducah,
" Arlington, Pittsburg,
Kato Robinson, Cincinnati,
" City of Alton, New Orleans,
City of ( lulncy, New Orleans,
Ocean ii, Si. Loui,
" Wm. Cowen, New Orleans,
Pauline Carroll, St. Louis,
" John Lumsden,
City of Cairo, VicUburg,
' Abcona, St. oul.
tiaV-Tho river has
the jiait -1 hours.
rl'tfii two inches in
Vaf' Tho Mis.i'.hlppi I rising rapldlv nt
5yTho weather wa clear nnd pleuJan,.
ycsteiday, with morcury about SOilcg.
! feet ou llnrpoth Shoals.
OtaJflluiiness svas considerably
Thu Arkansas Hollo
packett this evening.
is the Evansvlllo
The John Lmnsdou will leave for Nuh
villeon arrival of tho train.
BiifTho Ltiuudoii brought 217 pkg
sunuries lor ht. I.otiii, and ,.7 hhds to-
baeco for re'hlpmont South.
a-Tho City of
Wm. Klugo ;i hbls
Swobola o ditto.
Cairo brought for
vegetable, for A
Dii.iiu Alton added here :J7 1 0 hoop-
polos, IU0 bbl lour, 104 hhds tolueco, SO
pkg egg, J it ", boxo handle, Abo Wis
corn, 50 bbl whisky and lOOtons sundrtei.
Oa!f" A pretty still' white frost occurred
night before lust, but it is hupod that tho
pencil blow wero not Injured by it.
fAiirTlio Ohio Is rising at Pittiburg with
0 fet-t in the channel, alio at ('Ineiniiat
and Louisville, whh H feet in chute and
! 1-'.' I'l-i-t in the caiiul.
CeiyTh Paulino Carroll brought -Ih
bids mol.isse. I'ui Nnshviliii; 10 bhd au
gur, 2) hhds cocoa. nuts, and 122 hldosfor
Clilciigo; mill lia l.alH bxs, .".Hi hhds,
and 71 bbls sugar ami S2'.i sk coflee for
HsjX.The Idlewild brought for Htrattou
& llird bbls potatoes, and following for
reeliipment, 111) pkgs furniture, HO bbl
meal, CO brles hay, CO bbls whisky, 27
plows, 20 boxes hitlers, 20 bbl eggs, III)
The Cincinnati Commercial of tlm luth
has the following :
The Illinois, which Iclt here Tuesduv
night for Cairo, made the run to l.ouUvllle
in nine Hour, averaging i o: over HO
pound of ateuiu, Sim mudii &U mile with
130 pounds ( f it 'sin in three iioura and
ten minute. Ihe crow, most of whom
havo boon on tho Idlewild, nro of tho opin
ion the Illinois is a faster boat.
To add to tho above there ill a rumor
that just ooiow Hurricane island tho 111!-1
noli and Idlewild had a trial of speed
which resulted in favor of the former i
No elaM ot invilt'ls aro more ttntiUre to
cliingeor.ion and variations ff temp-raluro
than dyspeptic-, and poisons of tjlllou hiblt.
Tender mni are not more o mlv atTocted by these
v.clttude than fctble etooiachs. If there Is a
t ndenoy In tho aystun to In ligation, biliousness
or IkijcI coinplainis, the var.at.le wcaihcr of
c-t-'y "i-rinn i aimont suro to develope one or
other of thpuailmenM. Intermlltcnt fever aro
also uioro prcTalentln the spring month than at
any other seaon except autumn. In view ofiheso
Ciotx, this seems Ui n a proper time to Invite as
pecinl attention loilostettor'i Stomach Bitter,
medicine, which for along erlc of year, baa
provodKiiperlortoall others as a remedy for the
nhoTo nimed disorder, and aa protection agalrut
the mlma which fwquonlly produce, aad
alrnij-K jn!ravtos them, It wa formerly the
practice to givo violent cathartic as "spring mad.
icme.," nor Is th ecustom yet entirely obsolete.
Nothing, however, con bo more Ill-Judged end un.
eophllosl.lilcal. Tlio chilling moisture with which
tho Mr I loaded nt tho breaking up of winter,
ptee heavily upon the vital forces of the body,
an t reinforcement, nut depletion, Whaf It re
quires. The Hitters I a genial and seaUeot
tone, nmudcMto a1iralive,andjutenooghofan
aperient to regnUto wltheut convulsing "the
bowels. U it, therefore, a apeclflo peculiarly
nlnptdt'i tho preent season. rnchltdawlw
Cor. Slli Si. mill Coninicrcnl ar.,
i.v nn: pjeiiuy HOUSE
Nlinrii Ilazor."lennTosreliaitd Skill,
Ladies' nnd Children's Hair Cut and Shampoonod
either nt tne shop or
AT TH Kill OWN HOMK".
ficntlomun' Whisker ami Hair tiyed Ina tclan
title manner, and satisfaction guaranteed.
oiiio i.i:vi:k, vaiho.
FULTON A- SONS, - - Proprlot r
Are Aotsr Inl'ull Ojiernllon.
lers. Fultnn A Pons are prepared to Inrnlah
4ii Kinnsoi riournrine qua ny ana also
.Mill l-eed of nl; kinds, ilraham Hour,
or la .'
from the bl, While
W in at
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
ft F Parker n. V, Blaka
p.KKi:it eV IILAKi:. .
Dealers in v
m. mi mis
vunuovr liiasH ami l'uttr
Hm. lies, Wall Paper, Vla4aw.Hhea
Uo OIIIO i.EVEE,
Ouii-o - - - - 311ino5
TICKETS F0R SALE
I'AIti: I'rniu i.i'iaal,Ieoiloadcrrjr,
(Jlusgovsr o lliieeoalown to Clre
.Sull'oul, Morris &. C'andee, At
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOT 1ND SHOE 1U
lictirecii Wntililiiglon Aro & Poplar St
llootaaiiil Htmea Jfailo toOriter. I'lnee
, T THK-....
Cairo City Book Bindery
i prepared to
Ma till fur i lire Iltank llooke Mid steal
khiil or Ilouk llliullng aailMullaSf.
73 4Miio Xscvec,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
Hoir.1 ami Tuition per sanum, ffUt,
H 11 Trluce ArSliuv. Hoard
linugurated by .
hiuI tiitirin neramil
inut tutien pramnui. tlM. I'resident, Him Very
K v I.VMImuili.r) I., IVau f Hureol'or
artleel.rs jpflj" lo Jlajcf Kvans, I oin,0j)a
VlVt,AOATOK A!sWDKl,IlIN . r
VrtaUa'iiiicl nrnameutkt Trees, Nhrssksm,
Uraue 'Vines, ore. wkniuu. X
, licUdliiK riaty ,".
Villa - -" Ridge. .
N. It. -tub' rJcC MUv'UshI ,a-ajejMs
, 1 .V'., "ML
J)ONTi:itJsj, ' vHli
HANDBILLS., CJRCrU LAW
ubuai. AMo c 2Eau. 5JT
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