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THE aJsJTSjO .BXJLXjETIIT, ICjOH: 23.
oairo and Nashville
The fa lowing sto- ithto lento Cnirn
on Ih day ntir) at the hour rjlnw.n"mil
TALISMAN, Every Monday nt fi p.m.;
TV HONK, Every Thursday, ot C p.m.;
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, nt fi p.m.
Tor Freight or Postage apply on lioard, or to
MOOS ic MALLOHV,
JunK'TUft, 7i QUID IXS V.I..
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
DAILY I'APKKT. ry.gTj.
The bmoiiful and light draught mwr
IIOtlHKr HMKDI.r.T !i,r.
., Cairn iUIIt at S p.m., lud I'.vliirah dally
t'Ja.in, Having Miovrlor veornmdit.e.n nhis
ohclt public patronage.
. , PHYSICIANS.
AWADGVW4M, Iff. !., Phvsl
. clan, Surgeon nnd Accoucheur, for
rneriy ol Anna, Union Co., Illlnol., Imi pernio.
nnny loeaird in elty. OFKH'C-Cotnrnemrl
Airniif, twlween Ut and Mh r,r( WM ld.
inmrolil l I jr
W. JJM.I.U, .If. ),"hcm
ItniNCK-Corner .Ninth and Walnut
KnCK-Cornr hUlli hlrrt-t and otilo ltfr
nWCH .IIOUIW-Krom n.rn. to 1J m., nJ
W I M.I AH K. SMITII.Tf. I
KKiSfDKNOK-Nn. 21, Thlftnlh r.e
lwB WhlOtftOB Ann una Wllcnt Hire.".
lfr Cf.mell ATiif, ii Hilt
IT WAKDXEIt, M. !., Cislro
,5 "'"KfCr-Cornor nf .Nineteenth t.
and Wathlton ate. OKKICKOn Oimmorriu
., ever in P,.tofflon OFFICE otlHH
i; i 'i runui) ppir i mi.t
. ivni a i.j i in.
jj ft.HRiuii.i.n, .w7i.
OBce, 138 Commercial Avenue.
ulttBHti, nt I0m,4 liolp.in,
JWdrnrr, No. M, .Ninth aired, -lro 111.
ALL ex. rn. ki:y a
ATTOKXEY8 ic COUNSELLORS AT
William J. Allrn, )
JwkB II. Mailt . ;AlKO, II.I.,
rrnculwttUD'lon la nf mkI Uiulxtll)
um- R"i T 4 WlBIraMk.
KEE5 Sc GILBERT,
ATTORNETH AXD COUNSELLORS AT
TIIUaa H. Clrctat, )
lliaaa . Cllltxrl, I CAIK9,
Mil r. UlllMrl, j
niaii wuotioo nno to Admiriltr a&tl 3i m
m M OkUbiTM. It ) 7 ir4
r cur Nilni OMk.
(Vtmmerrlal At., Opposite Post Onicr
JOSEPH IIAYLISS, Proprietor.
Th Home I tiewly furnl.hH ni offers m lh
luUla Itr.t-vU'a a.-cominndtlioD. II"dif
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
rOOD! HOOD!! tVOE!!!
The iintlMlfDd trill furnish
Jfnrd and Dry Wood
Am Chrap, If uot I'hrapr
itu njr woodxleajer in Cilra. Lrie orJr at
inoPosi-offlceond t Iherornfr o(IMiHlrt nJ
W,blnKton A, DU. I itl K(mxI inrur-r..
wlllrord tti wood up. iitVM,- IIAI.KV.
Februarr x-'ud, 1371.
f, im:. w-KiD
Is rpcd to dclirr r the I et
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
In any part of the city. In any quantity di-,uc I,
on short liullcc.
Coal DcllTcrcd At 4 .,0 Per Ton.
OFFtCE-Ovr Jlerwart, Orlh A Co.' lovo
tore, lno doom above the corner nf KlKhth tre ft
and Commercial avenue. dvctiit
r fliYiilv GrocGrv
Vl VWV 7
Cor, 8th St, A- WAalilnsrtou ave.,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
Is surplled "llh the IYci,iot
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butte-
Ani everything else nee led tor family supply
tt lain hon one or the lt u'Ued grwerie in
A eonVlnuacc of nuMIe t.troniw i rescf ctftilly
Cor. Poplar aad Thirteenth St.,
CAIRO, - - - - ILLINOIS
(la the hulUIng known an tho Smith Store.)
adorn. OenralGrocryBiulne in Kirt-l!:ass
oo ls.daa Ten, pure U-.tlee, Canned and IJried
tulti, iniJsul Halt Mi. I'ickled I'oik,
ard, Smaiced lie', D utter, Krwh Bag. Hour
al.< Kuh, Sim , U andles, Uhot, aud all kind
goodauiually kl inArit .vlM(roriyit(.
NEWS OF THE CITY.
Tun loiU r for llullidiiv' new tug is
bjing built by Torrcnco, Smith & O Hricn.
Foil pistols nnd cartridges and bowlo
knivffl, go direr, to I. Neii, No. 70 Ohio
School DiKCCTonv Captniu Ilurd nnd
Hon. II. Watson Webb, have be'-n men
tioned as School Directors.
A '.aiiuk stock of furnishing good's of nil
kind always on hand nt 1'. Nell, No. 70
Ohio Lcvei-. decOtf
Ik you want ii good, stylish ami well
fitting suit of clothes, made to order, yon
must go to P. Nclf, No. 70 Ohio Levee!
W. T. Woiitiiinoton i doing big
linsinuM In copying nnd enlarging old
Daguerreotype", Ainbrutype and Photo
graph", ninklng them look n bright as
when lint taken. M.lOtf
Of in aiii: Kai.i.iki:. A WaOiington
paper mention", as an item of some mo
ment, that tho peach tree" of Texas were
in bloom nbout the lOlh Int Tho peaeh
trees In nnd about Cairo worn many of them
in, bloom about tint 11 th.
SiKK. Tin- great Napoleon' only
rritrrion wns Sucev.,, und this h.n been
attained by the Charter Oak Stove.
Over '.'iW.OiiO have been fold since, their
introduction, nnd tbo demand waxo
stronger everf day. mclitS'lAewlt
Wantmi. 5,(K)0(.n live year- time,
for which a fair rate of interet will be
paid und h niortgagn on unincumbered
real estuto given for ii-ourity. Kr.ejiiire nt
Ht I.LETIN Ollice, or addres P. O. Drawer
1 17(5, Cairo. Illinois. mch7d&w.'!m
Kaxi v Oooim. Attention it wllisj to
the stock of fancy good and china toys
old nt price to mil the time,, alio, dollar
articles nt tho Dollar Store.
Call at K. II. Oswald A' Cos old itnlid
on Commercial Avenue. mitf.
PfA.vo..Tho Dicker llrothti. and
A. .Siiinuor plau riro in use. and recom
mended by the k't musician. Th-y are
the bet and cheapest. Thoso deslrouii to
purchas-, call on .I.e. Carson, agent, No.
IIs Commercial Avenue. meh7dlf
I.o ok Time. Houickceper nhould
not experiment with untried ttovet. If
they would ave time nnd monev. Tho
Charter Oak has been teti-l by titno, nnd
is guarantied or your monev refunded.
This Is n truth es'Ily t roved. A"k v.ur
Why will our friend" run the risk of be
coming bUnd by wearing, common Specta
cle, when thy can procure tho most per
feet article tbnt has yet locn made, by
railing at our old friend" Tatar Urns' the
well known Jeweler" and got n pair of
Itznriu is Morris'
For. S SLE. 1 will ell my houiHtid lot,
iltuutssl on Washington avenue, west tide,
tatween -1th and Cth street", Cairo. Ills
The houso is n two story framo. tliil.htxt
throughout, nnd contain eitsht nMims. con
veniently arranged. Cistern, outhouse, etc.
Term easy. JOHN SHEEHAN.
Si.w iso Machine's. Thny wanting
Fewing Machines should rnniemtar that
Whcelrr A- Wilson's am this bet In u.'.
They are unsurpassed for light running.
They will out-wnro any In ue. Call and
mJtf. 1 2 a, Com. Avenue.
Iaiieu Hiiotiiek", 63 Ohio Lovov, will
nornafter keep constantly nn hand, diroct
from thn Eastern manufacturer tho very
best winter -trained purified storm oil, for
sowing machine", and all lino nnd light
machinery. This oil has never yet been
' superceded by any of tho manufactured
I oils, in it neviirgums or is affected by tho
' ('i.aihn oyant. Mr. Levy, thu grout
Clairvoyant, has arrived at 'ulro, and
1 limy bo consulted nt the Commercial
Hotel, opposite tho piHtoillce. Mr. Levy
can tell a'ny periou tho mou Important
facts that havn happened in hi or lior
life, thus convincing tho iiwi skeptical of
I her ovtrnnrdlnnry jowcr.
HEEii Si Maxn. Somo wooks ago wo
I published in tlie-u column a iU''riptlon
of the tug built bv Heed A- Mann, of this
1 city. Tho artielo win copifil and r-
1 co,,lc'1 b-v ihvr Journrt''i'Hnj ,i,m".v ,,,m,iii
'in way futon llunnlbal, Mo., newipuper,
and read by a citizen of that place. Tho
cdnicquonco of whiohjiro theabovo named
builders havu received m: order from Han
nibal f'ir tho builiUity of nnother tug.
GoouiNKWe. Tlio Cairo & Viucennc.
Hallroad will ho built In curtain eontln-
gcncio, but tho fact 1. that J'.lllott A' Hay
thorn aro now rcculving their spring lock
of munV, women', misses', bovs and chll
Ircin' shoos in every htylo null of all va
rieties. Thero goods will be "ld nt tho
1 lowest cai jjneea.
Wu ask nil of our old and now patron
to call and examinu our stock nnd a?eer
tain our prices, but wo svish it to bu dit-
i tinstly imdertool that we want eunft ei(
tomcw. No other kind need apply. Tho
crodlt lystom has pluyqd out with u, und
to avoid mistakes that crento 111 will itnd
1 troullo wu Imvo concluded to allow no
' goods to bu taken out of tbo ttoru inj jlrjal
unless they are nrst paut ior.
ELLIOTT & H AYTHOHN.
IT HUU.HTANTIAIj GROWTH.
.Vrir UulldiiiKi t'ourie of I'jrcetlon.
At no tlnio flnco the vcloo of tbo, war,
ilx year ngo, hat Cairo exhibited itich Inj
diration of ronl, ftibtnntinl prosperity ni
now. A wulk throiigli the rlty and ubout
it, ennnot full to convincfl nn obcrving
' spectator that the nbovo Wfcrllon is tho
I HUtetnent of nn .undeniable fact. Within
tlif'last hulf-year, onergotlo nnd capable
' men, with menn ntlhclr command, Imve
j coma to Cairo with tho Intention of muk-
ing it their home, nnd by pushing lorwarti
i their own fortune, n.iit in building up
t th rily of their choice. Other cltlxem,
I longer residents of Calm, a few of whom
1 have eon C.itro grow from ii few scattered
building nt the conjunction of the two
river, which Ii f tt claim to Importune
commercial ccntrn, to Ito present rerr re
spectable and promising proportion", uro
alio thowlng incrend fnorgy ; with the
unwavering faith In the future ot Cairo
which bus abided with thern in'th'o nail.
j they now look forward to coming 'ycurs
i and tee uro and certain sigm that their
i fiilth has been founded on a rock,
The nlovo thoughts were subjectod to
i our mind, by observing tho many new,
sub'tanlial Imsineu bonses, manitfnctoric",
' and dwellings now inrourso of erection In
tho, city and about to be erected. The,
number Is much greater that, at anyone
timo before, in the 1h1 (
MX YEA Its
A mention of sorno of tho new buildings
It is prob.tbb, thero arc'other, wo have
not been informal of will bo Interesting,
i" Ii.ii'. to Tfn-ter of llm Ill'l.t.ltTl V.
Tiiv. iiivrrif Tilling
" , . , ' I
now ... course of erection, umo of them,
n.iirly eonipletixl, tuimber half a dozen or ,i
more, ami ar.c nil of thnt calculated for.
the manufacture of nece'Sarv articles of Mr. IMmunds ha-retired from the Cairo
orerrdavconiumptionandtiiohelmsrketvl ,lox ,ln,, ,,rt,ka -f"r"".v. Mr. Leslie
f..r which aru opn ami wnlting. I'Urcha.lng his Interest. The work on tho
Tin: iifMSKhis iiofES factory will now bo pushed forward with
being built, and in contemplation, uro not ! the energy polblc, and in-ti few weeks
fw in number, aro in good localities and I lt l"5'1' Wnt.
are lt-irtjr put up by rvponslblo partle". Thu Memphis Hoard of Aldermen pass
Among theso wo inny mention I t!j by tho city ot. thy itcamerGrad Towern
the nri.EK ii rot it Kite onnvi.lt to St.Lotils. Tho AlJermen wcro
who will shortly put up a buslncts houo..
on tho vacant lot north of their building
j on Wnshlngton Avenuo. The house will
I be brick, two itoric, and rdmllar In np
penrunco to that now occupied by their
I JewilrynnJ music store.
, MIITII A.VH lini.VKMEYEi: "
hitvoaho decided to build tin -the' lot' ad
Joining tho Huder Hrolher property on
nsniugion , venue, ami aro uaring .a
frame house, heretoloru standing on j
Eighth itreut, removed to their' lot ou
Washington Avenue, winch will form
tho baek building of tholr now brick,
which will be twostory structure tilted f.rr
n business house. '
mii. f. n. IIAI.LIHAY'
Is arranging to build on her lot lu'thc
levee, on the tiv of the St. Nlchol" Ho
tel, destroyed by lire, Tho mn'ou's ur
making estimate for the brick workof tho
building, and will thortly commence oper?
who owns the lot ou thn Icvei, adjoining
.Mrs. Halliday', will probably Join with her
in the erection of n fine buslnut hou-o.
On Tenth street,
silt, w, w. TiionsTo.s
I- making rapid progress In the rebuilding
of the market house, ami, in the Fourth'
Is about to build on the lot next to P.
Clancy dwelling house and tuloon.
ki:i:p it ncroitr. the people
That Peter NetT, No. 7a Ohio levre,- ii
-closing out his lnrgo and
stock of clothing, boot", shoe
trunk and valise", nt and
j IIEI.oW i-or.
It Is hl purjios i to embark more exten
sively In tho merchnnt ttilorlhg' and fur
nishing goods business hence tho'dcilro
to close out tho stock above enumerated.
or.iii:r.H to M.vi'.cn. Worthington or
der cvoryUly and their children to
mari'li to hl new Photographlu Art (Jai
lers', and leave their monMiru for ono or
more dozen of his new imitation porcelain
?urd photograph", made only nt hi gal
ler V. Thx llu of march ihotild coiiimtiiee
nbntit f. n'ebH'k a. m., and eontinun ini till
i night. iiielr.'dlf
CU V TiXES.
Notice i hereby given that thu delin
quent list of city taxes for tho year A. D.
1S70, I now being prepared, iindcoits will
by added on ami niter Saturday the 25th
lust. Those who urn yot indebted for city
taxi- for the year 1 H7 will tlnd It to their
Interest to call at thu collector's olllcu und
tiruvent thulr property from being adver
tised. 11. TAYI.OH,
A l.MA William Alba, Coiniuviclul
avenue, ninr the corner of Eighth etreet,
hai thu iiunt completely furnished barber
hop and hnir dre-sing ealoon In the city,
and te.pi'ctfully In vitu-, public patronage.
Ho can jiromhu hi eiistomcr tho mot
courtoou. treatment, and workmanship
that cannot bu excelled in Cairo. His
ruiwri are. always in order,
hlJ. tPv9s '
alwuv clean, and hU workmen alw;y
:uly, (iivu lilui n trial.
Tin: election oxcltemont i nbvut o;er.
Hut Win. Ehiur continue to ue tl'io very
bc.tof.tock and matorial lu the manu
facture ofbooU und ihoei,' tine undcoarro
und employs none but llrt elf work
men In his shop, on -Oth street opposite
the Court House. Try bim, you wont
regret it m!8M
THIS AND THAT.
Thoehain-gnng will hererctfter dispose
Skiff & (Jaylord's minstrels performed
to a full houio last night.
Thcro is a rumor nbout town that ft
joint meeting of the City Council will bo
held to-night. " '
l'cnroic Chapman, formerly of this city,
Is now traveling as tho ngent of Sanford fc
ISobinson, manufacturers of linen collars
and cuff", Troy, N. V.
"Who is It that does not llko smoking
, hot biscuits for breakfast ? Tho I-'nmo
Cook stove will bako them in five minute.'
time by the watch.
Tho mouth of one of tho ci'terns on
the o!tc of tho old market house Is open
night and day, and anyono who Mn"
tuny walk In without ceremony.
The picture of Ohio Levee, engraved
for the "head - of Tiik Weekly Cairo
Bulletin- Ii to bo painted .on this drop
curtain of the Herman Theatre!
Ward Is'pauslng'until his bond m Street
Supervisor h been approved by tbo
Council, when ho will rush at the ptiblle
and gather in nbout 52.500 strntt tax.
W. S. Lane advertises Kishor i patent
refrigerator, tho onl v kind mado that will
keep meat, fruit nnd" vegetables perfectly
swrct and dry without freezing.
Ifbn. .fobn Mcrnssey, of New Yrk,
passed through tho city yciferday, m route
Cor New Orleans. The "Great Hepubllc"
carried his precious body from our wharf.
Cim.niiK.vV pictures should be taken In
the forenoon. Parents should remember
i me nirenoon. I'lirents miouiu rcuiumucr
1 .. . ... l
till-, it is. morn to their interest limn
wirl(, . wn UocU.oU & Co ,, ,
00jj jtor,. mch2tf I
not comely. Each had n navy revolver I
,v bowle knlfo In his belt arid a llask
of ' medicine " In hU pocket.
Thuro will be u grand excursion ou the 1
Iteamer Illinois to-day. , A party of ladles ,
and gentlemen will visit Columbus and ,
taka on bo.trd a jwrly from that place, und j
then return. D.inclnj: U on the Pro
gramme. Mr. Ilurd s team, tlmwlngn load of hay ,
became frightened whllo near thn river's
edgo, opposite Hauiday s wharfboat, yes
. i. .....,.
tho wagon, throwing both ha v and driver
, - , fa , . , " ,
Into thu river. The team also was drawn
Int.) the stream, nnd but lor tho opportuno
presence of Mr. L. II. Myers, w ho seems,
to b ulway lit thu, right placo nt tho
lime, would have drowned. He,
theiltUHtior.,graped the bridle of
one of the. horses and tlually succodcd In
bringing both to thore. The driver wa
Wo stated ymsufilay that svhllo tho
Hev. Mr. Shore was preaching on .Mon
day oTcnlng it dlfllculty oceurrtsl at III"
church. This statement is true withn few
variations. Tho difllculty did not occur
nt Shore's church, nnd Shores i not'ln
town. The obstreperous negro, arround
with a bowlo knife, visited the church
on Monday night whllo a festival was In
progress und iouglit his hated rival; but
tho peaceably dhposed portion of the col
ored folk. procnt ejecttd the Jealous JV1
low from tlie church building gently. Ho
then laid In wait for his man on Ninth
troct, and when hWoyc fell upon his fair
faco went for him, and right there nnd
then tho light occurred.
Two oxcltlng races occurred yeiterdny
Ex-jheriil'MyeM dUoovorcd tholnvetor- j
ato chicken thief who hai been going for ,
all tho hen roosts of thu city, and tool;
him before Equlr.t McIIulf. ThuSiiuIro j
bo.md thn ruiodl over In the mim of f 100. ,
When tho decision wu given he started to J
run. Myers pursued nnd captured him. ,
Arnold fired ieVeral shoU nt the fugitive, '
just for fun, Another meo oc- ,
curresl late In tbo evening. A
hand on n steamer lying At the Ivnetriiok, j
ti fellow on the head with n Mile', of wood,- '
und then started to run pursued by all the
Qrcwnnd Cftjn and yhnchan. Tho scared '
darkle wu down Tenth etreet, nnd wu
ovcrtnken. by Dr. Aut!u, who wne ou
horiiibnck.nnir the corner of Walnut
street. Thu race wn exciting and nobody
wjuliift, but .the migro win fearfully
' ' .sjockholderV Merflng.
Tho iiiiiiuil niiwting of ttockholdf r s'f '
the Calm and Vlnecnnos H, H, svlll bo held
ut tjio- otilci) of lh comp.un, "
Cairo, HU,- on Tuesday, tho Until of April.
1871, for tlie purpo of electing Directory'
and such other liutnc' as may bo neco--
sary. ' ' l. K. LA II NED,'
oting nut rsnni.
, Twuiity-ti vo-thousand dollar worth of
I readyvuuidi; .clptldng, huU, cop,. bauU,
khoiib. irunlts Ble'l vnlcsos are offered for
s.,iofbvi? .N off.: TO. Ohio Levee,, at ''AC-
TPAICO.ST i'HICKS, It Loin
; his inten
tion to cloio out In thai line, und embuvk
, exclusively and mom extemively in the
furnishing good and merchant tailoring
1TUIs'cloing out sulo furnishes an oppor
tunity to euro, clothing cheaper than ever
; boforojll'ercd in this market.
jdeclOtf. . .
' Flown. Choice Family Flour in bbls
half bbls., 8iicl &c, for sain ut tho Egyp
tian Mill. ,, Ml)
He Oiudku mt What You Know.
Thera It nn nhl nrnvnrli which sari! "Ex-
poricnco j, lha !ftfost cuta7." To this
guldo tho sick anJ ailing naturally turn
! when casting about for tho means of relief.
Tiioy inqulro what a mcdlcino has dono
for other", beforo they adopt it themcl ve..
Of nil tho remedies and preventives In tie,
Uostettcr's i Stomach Hitters meets tho test
most triumphantly, and henco its immense
popularity nnd vast sales. The sufferer
from Indigestion it sure to And somo ono
among his friends who has been cured of
that ailment by the famous cgeiahlostom.
achlc. Tho victim of fever nnd ague, liver
complnlnt, constipation, nervous prostra
tion, or general debility, has only to make
inquiry in tho ncighltorhood whoro ho re
sides in order to discover what this stan
dard restorntlve has effected In cases slmi
nr tohisown. In the published testimony
to its merits he will find a volumo of
proofs of It" sanitary properties, which It
i impossible for hi common cnso to ro
lt. Ho trlci It, and tho effect It produces
on his system adds nnother to thu host of
wttncMos In it fuvor. Thu, its reputa
tion, founded on fact, not assertions, con
tinually grown and "prciuls. Charlatans
and impostors, intno of them mcru lo.'al
tricksters, ami others who taku a somewhat
(wider range, attempt to thrust info tho
I ';nn(,, nni1 ,low l,'re,lt of InvHil,
1hcIr haphazard concoctions, ns substitutes
I for tonlc-whlch for so many years has
b,c'"" a '"oUdnal staplo throughout tho
U III tVU 'Htltt .IIVIW vHsriii
and tho West Indies, but only mcceed to a
very limited extent. In this reasoning
age, tho pcoplo, having ascertained wtmt
I really deserving of their confidence, de
cline "running nfter "trnnge gr!.
I n avk been n dyspeptic for yoars; be
gan to uso tho Simmons' Llvor Regulator
two j cars ngo; it ha" acted llko a charm
In my case. It nr. .1. C. HOLM ES,
marllldAwlw Clayton, Ala.
ILLINOIS CEN'THAL ItAILHOAII.
s- Tlmr Talilp.
On and after 12:30, p. m., Sunday, Dec. j
lth, the following timo tabic will govern t
tho arrival and departure of passenger '
trains nt Cairo ;
Mall train leave nt :t: I) a.m.
Expresi ' at 3.30 p.m.
St. Isolds and Cairo Exprcsi
leaves nt 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leave" nt... 12:0 p.m.
Mull arrives l':0j a.m.
Exirs arrive! -.12:24 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Exprcs
nrrlve -tiLI .ni.
Tho last named trnln leaves St. Louis
ut 10:30 n.m. Traders eun lenvo Cairo at
; h:o .,., rclicl, St. Louis ,t 7:'Jo a.m., re.
main In the cltv three hours, and return
, , ,, . . , ,. , ,
I to Cairo nt I; I'j p.m., the Siiniedav.
! Th() . :10 Htft.olmuo,i,llIl ad Cairo
!imli.t Un,, c c ,,,avo ,,,, nt.
; -,,- , ; ,,,,,, ' , .,,,
i lllllt tfl0 3.:!0 ,. ,rnIn timt.;c, orih. four
stoppings between Cairo nnd Ccntralia,
vi. : doueboro, Carboudnle, Du Quoin
nnd Ahley. The 12:30 p.m. train stops
nt nil tho rtatlons along tho mute.
i!oc3tf Agent, Cajro.
A M'EriAi.commuulcatloiiiif Delta
Lodge So. MS, F. sV- A. M will be
held nt .Maionlo Hall this (Thursday) eve
nlng at 71 o'clock. Work in E. A. degree.
Visiting brethren cordlallv Invited
II v order of W. M.
.1 1'.WETT WILCO.Y, Het. y.
OiiciANe. Smith s Aincrlcnn Organs ,
glvo porfect ntlsfnctlon to nil. Call nnd i
.I.C. CAHSON. Agent.
No. 12H, Commercial Avenue.
Stoamer .lu. Fuk Jr., Puducati.
Sum Ilrown, St. l.oul-.
Hon Accord, Mound City.
IMIo Memphis. Meinphl..
" (ireat Hcpnlillc, St. Loul.
" ."simpson Homer, N. O.
' Orind Lake No. 2, N.(;
" C. H. Church, N. O.
N ' Argonaut No. 'J, St. l.oul-.i
. J. L. Hyatt, Momplil.
Julia, St. Louis.
' Arkstua Hello, Kvansville,
Jus. Flsk, Jr., Padueab.
'"' Illinois, Columbus.
" Q'lickatep, Evansvllle.
" Sum Drown, St. I.oui,.
' Hon Accord, St. Loub.
Hullo Memphis, St. I.oub.
" fl rout Hepubllc, Niw Orlenn.
" Simpson Homer, PitUburg.
" Oritiid Luke No. '2, PitUburg.
('. II. Church, Cincinnati.
" Argonnut No. '.', Term, river.
J.l4. Hyatt, Ohio river
Arkansas Holle, Evunsvllle.
laaV uMiieii rontinuus unxluri'iely ac
tive. .Btay-Thq Sam Hf own.
took b'.ek a tow I
GSy-Tho Idluwild i. ' Picket ior
Kvansville this evening.
fit5 Tho James Fik l the regular
Padusah nnd Criro Packet, leaving dally.
fST J. W. McKee, Hiver editor of thi
paper returned last evening from his trip
to Cincinnati to consult Dr. Wolf concrn-1
Ing his throat disease. Ho will resumoliis
dullca to-day. ''-y
8" Tho river hai receded 18 inches le
tho past 21 hours. Weather noarlr cle.ar
nnd very warm.
JtST" Tho steamer Hosi Franks, with u
cargo of 700 bales cotton, raJ burned nt
Turnhul's Island, on the, 10th. No lives
sar-Arkansas Hollo brought for .1. Ful
ton & Sons 167 flour barrels, W. Klchotl'
80 pkgs furniture, nnd following for ro
shipmcnt 100 sks bran,7;l il;s ont.
KtT Tho Mississippi is falling ut St.
Louis and above. Tho Ohio Is falling nt
nil points, with C feet, 0 Inches In tho chute
nt Louisville. Tho Cumlierlnnd Is also
ftdy-Tho (Juickitcp brought for O. D.
Williamson 10 bbls hominy, .1. Fulton &
Sn J0 flour bbls meal, Hurwtrt, Orlh A:
Co. 'i plows, and tho following fur reship.
mentt lltr. M potatoes, 10 cook-stoves,
17 plows, und 115 sugar kettles.
Eta7Tho Jas. Fi,k brought 02 bxs han
dles, 10 bdls felloes fjr south, and n fuw
lots for St. Louts. Also an excursion
pnrtyoP'Old Polks" from Metropolis and
.lames Hlggs, Esq., returning from hi
payTlioCiiai. HKlmn,whieh grounded
on Wnvo Hock, while crossing thu fall nt
I.oulsvillo on last Saturday evening Is tlll
ngrotitid. Capt. Pink Vnrblo expresses
tho belief, "ays tho Curirr:lounial, that
with 7 fcot i inches water sho can iloat off
I and that thero will bo that much water In
two or thrco days. Dispatches from
I.ouisvlllo report f feet 0 Inches In tho
chute, and feet 0 inches on the rock",
nnd falling. Hut Pink Vnrblo ought to
know whether it Is going to continue to
fall or not.
FISHKK'S PATENT HKFKIOF.K.U OIc,
I'atcutrd AllK.tst 11, ltl.l.
the only kind rnl tlut v ,11 krrp m.t, fruit
ami xtgMMto 'r(ecily urect nd drjr mlliout
I am ereparr J to iimniifot'lure the lllrlser'nr,
nrrniijlmrruninafor lillienrr. Iiotrli, tlvaiiitxi!,,
I.rner and piukcr. The llrtneeraior ran !'
en At 1'hll lln.irJ'" aleamlKiat mrot ,torr.
IIU'lrririllie, and l Jainu Kyimideii in t
iuarl.i, corner f INiiand l. pUrsVirert. For
pirtioulir I lly at my reuliu'u nn IVlh and
r.sioKNcr. von kali..
A eeiwirii with tire loom, tncthr with lot
2V In llleek ts, city, tdtuated on Walnnl, t wen
vthand 10th treet, perlcrt title. Mill l .n,v..ry
loif rircaU, Appl) U c. WINSTON,
M.ireh Slt, 171. tir.Md"it
Mtirenf ire('nlro A -i. l.oiu, Hollrosd to.,
( slro, Ills., Jlarch 21.1, l:i.
s mri'ilnit n the O reelnr of this Conirany
i.ll I-' hrtd nil Mnn ly, thn 'J7tll mvt.iut, nt In
o'eliH-k.n.m., at th 'otitliern llntrl in iheclly ef
M l.s.u,.1.MI..niir1 ..TA.liTAM.lll,
, iivll.lt. I l'reldeat.
'Vttt. rALrlnrkhOi lirliif.ir.. rKUtniLbtf it
I . K, rri-hlr hi,i K. W MIIIIUII.)., Iindertlie turn
naiiin nf the Cure llox nr.d llisket to., thi
lay ili.s.ih I l.y mutual eontrnl, K W i'. l
nni ml hailnx'-eVl hi iiilerr! Ihrrt.n la J W.
1 . 1: IVeMrs and J. W, I.rtlle ss ill inline." the
I Usui,. un.Ur ili .im llrtn nsmn a hrrrloC.rr,
iiy ,il irli and cnlltvt all the oultand,ii.' er
Hie lte Ann, r, K. I'KKIIl.lS,
J. W. I.II,IK.
K. V. KlOlf.Vf.j.
Cifro.Maroh'Jrt, I-TI. in.ullm
Cairo City Book Bindery
Is l'irprf.1 i
.Manurnctore lllnuli llniils nnd tin nl
Itlnit nf Hunk llluitliiK anil It ill I lie
7it Ohi 7uvk(N
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
ICA rr.O'.'I.I rsAi.OUA.
P. FITZGERALD, Prop'r
Ohio l.etee, he), llh nml litli Sis.,
I- ulurti i-iijiiiIIi lultli the !.. t l,i.i.i cf
Nil S-U... nri'i ex-til- i I .. i"rr uniMt
, I ! e IS
i n ji.ur
In .liliptlnl it 111 nil
i)S .u.ni:K i.ii. AVEXiE
H-tween K.xn'h and MnthXtreetn,
e tliunti', Iij hue ir""d I'nuni, .hnuld g ve
In. n a rail. 111. I lhoe Mho runt a
VllAtt K A9TT CIO Alt'
Om have iheir wat uiUird lhilr.
Pru))ri"itfr of lint
Hlllliird Saloon and H.ir Honni
lott t'owmerctal Ave.,
Oairo - - - Hiiro
Importer and lolesale Bealsr
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
AKcn. for best brand of
CltEAM AND STOCK AIiB
Imported ys-loas otdllt
3To. 75 OHIO IsEYEE
Jj il. STOCKEfLETn
(ne'cssorlo rohle A HfockfJeth)
llertltlor nnd Wlinles-nle Dtiiliir 1 For
eign nnil HomMlfe
, Mil ETC,
78 Ohio IiCTce,
CUVIRO. - - ILX.
Ho l:ee on.nnn i eomlantl v, s full stork of
Old Kentucky Hourbnn, Kyn and Mm
nngiilieln tVhbskles, French Bras
dies, Holland (lln, RaIbp
nnd I'nllfornlit Wlnef.
(5LASSWAUE nnd HOUSE FURTiHH
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
4Jn iro, IUInoIn.
COIL I'.TIl ST. A OHIO I.EVEE-
jl'itiro, ... JTUInolM
Ha iiht received o mil And sJomivliUatoek ol
Gents' Furnishina Goods
)t eirry iler'ntinn, which wilt 1 !! at pneo
mam .1 uoi ii
In mut all j.urcliaer
Ills siota Sjt - i p
Sliiits, Hats, diploic,,,
l not excelled In point nf pfive, atylej aadjalila
n Ihiscr aavethr;nirkt. ,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS-
, $ 9 . r 0 . rs4i sw 0- r 0
tVI.VSTOlV . CO.,
(i'uicr-..irs to JohaQ. llarruna k Co.,) j
All C riONEEBI
74, Second Floor. OHIO LEVEE
liny and Sell Kcal EsUte
vsj. mm aTWI kV amBmmmKm)mmmm mm
M lli:iARItOMfKYA!ICIM '
I. & II
THE DAVLS VKHTICAL FKKI
The Complt'test, Simplest uudili.
Cor. I St, &
r.tTDD TTTlMfIO w
The deuian lfor tl. 1AYIH riKWlSii atAUat-
Lnnurn. ttnil vu llitr' IIimv ikf.inltl..l!all'.Ut.-.
greatar tliia eao bu mpiKii.s , L r , ft
It never f.iin in any kind of work, ft I lmpl
I'uiiMi.tui hi u ie iruii7 r.
feed emu Us is to run eir .
ntr without vlianna of alile
flushing mid (.'hue inaiuifaclor airaatt)
sewing esitr) bly, nl I is.'kiueMK! vws
Mctir Under hij? fjierul lie le
atyle of rlalsli, aqd reipectMIr
want Uo JI? J iVrevillSS!