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FfllliENCF. FOR MALE.
A cnlUe Hllli (Ito room, Inyellier with Lot
. in Bloek II. city, situate! 01 Wxlnut, lo ween
VtllMMl lUth Streets, perfect tide, will lollTery
No. 11 Ohio I.eree,
JJ.in:li 2lil, 1871.
Office of the Cairo A "I. I.mils KollroMl Co., I
Cnlm, Ills,, Jinrcli'ilit, IS7I.
tneellnft n the irf-cl r of II. I. Company
will be held nil MaihIs. Hi ifTih in.t.nt. ml In
o'clock, ,m., nt tliHautliera Hold intltoelty of
ni. Missouri. M. HTA.VJH TAYLOK,
'nioooparlnorsMti heretofore exlstlnit between
5 ' iL'l',,", V w''nitnd, underlhe Arm
ley dlaeolre.l by mutual consent, F W, Ed
miiUxiLg,Ad ,u Interest therein to J. Vf.
V.h Peebles iud J. W.Utlla will continue the
iu.iu.u unau me same nrm nimnu heretofore,
Pr',d':l'ta aad collect all the oatstandlux "i
the late firm, P.K. FEKHI.K.1,
J. W. liKHMi:'
Cilro, Maroh V), im. mllm
COMMI 88ION FORWARDING.
J . PHILMPM&CO.,
IHncceeeor In K. II. Hendricks A Co.
"Wto.,arf - Boat
(AC. AHTANf'KN MAItr ON "0.
, rAM prepared to r elre, .tore and forwstd
imam. 10 mi points, M11 Ml ai'l sell on cum
aw-Biielne, attended to with Dromiitnen,
K. U.JSlU.1. IlitsT. Putts
jylXI,EH & PARKER,
FMUR,COR..OATIS, If AV,
No. 58 Ohio lievee
u4 dealers in
lime, Cement, Plaster Paris
Car. 8th ffirect hh4 OklX.eree
ffO. B. PHILUM,
(8uoorto Parker ft Phlllu.
Flour, Meal, limy. Cera, Oats,
Cor.lOtht. &Ohio Levee
CAIRO, 1 1. LIKO IS.
J. I). HsUlUS,.
t. C. Obi
68 Ohio Lever, 1st National Uank
ixci&l attention circa to the purchase, and sal
FLOUR & GrRAI-N
ScortMou or iTiut Co..
General Commission Merchant
Xo. 13!), Ohio Levee,
novlhf CAIRO, ILL.
And Alt ot
01II0RIYER AVD KANAWHA
No. 70 oxxo Xiva
CAIRO ILLINOIS. .
t HIM EHCARIHi,
I ant ft KitHftttit.
NEWS OF THE CITY,
It you want n gool, stylish und well
fitting suit of cloth!, rondo to order, you
txiHMt go n r. Noir, fto, y unio j.ovco.
Who U it thtt dow cot liko snioklnR
hot bliculti for breakfm? Tho Kntno
Cook itoTo will bako them In flvo mlnutoi'
tirno by the wntch.
W. T. V'onTiiiNoio.v It doing a big
bnilnc3 in copying and enlarging old
Hngucrrcotypoi, Ambrotypej nnd riioto-
grnplu, making them look a bright hi
when flm taken. fublOtf
The "Williams Dihtillkkv. Thl
vuluablo property li now offered for talo
on the moit rentonablo terms. There it no
property In the Bute of Illinoii which li
moro desirable, and In which amoro prof.
table Inveitmont might bo made.
J'ANcr Gooin. Attention called to
the ttock of funcy goodi nnd china toyi
told at pricei to tuit the time, nlso, dollar
articlci at tho Dollar Store.
Call nt K. II. Oiwnld & Vo'i old itand
on Commercial Avenue. m4tf.
Kou Salt.. I will fell my boufonnd lot,
lituated on Wanlilngtun bvcntie, wcitilde,
between 4th nnd lAh (trvuti, Cairo, Ills
Tho liouio ii a two tory frame, flnithcd
throughout, and contnlnt eight rootni, con
veniently arranged. Cittern, outhouic, etc.
Termi caiy. JOHN SHEEHAX.
TiAKO!". Tho Decker Ilrothcr nnd
A. Sumner pianot are In ui. nnd rt-com.
mended by tho belt mutlciam. They arc.
tho hot nnd cheapeit. Thoio deilroui to
purchae, call on J. C. Carjon, agent, No.
128 Commercial Avenue. mch'dtf
An Kahlv ItoiiUKT. "Wo hnvo leon
ihown a bountiful boquct from tho garden
of Mm. Aubrey. The clutter, fragrant at
lurnmer, it compwt.1 of llowery almond,
'bleeding heart,'1 ''bridal wreath," verliena,
and other flowcri,
Tli.l om lH"'nr. thr pmaIIowii ilirt, nnJ Ui.
The wimli of M.rcli l rtnriu.
Taiikk Up.othkk", e3 Ohli) Ivec, will
Hereafter keep constantly on hand, direct
from tli'i Kattcrn manufacturer the very
bttt winter tru!ntxl purified perm oil, for
awing machine, and all fliio and light
machinery. Thin oil ha never yet Wen
aupcrccded by any of the manufactured
oil), oa It never gtimt or U alfected by tho
I'rHSO.VALQur old time friend, Loui
Houck, Etq with Jtejor Jlacker, nf
Mlicouri, cr.llod upon u lnit niht. Mr.
llouck it now a resident cf Cnpu Uira-
deau and ha a largu aud lucratlvu prac
tice at tho bar. lie it n riling liiaji
brilliant, plucky, imluitrotit and pone-
vering. lie and the Major wcro pnuing
through to attend court at New Madrid.
i .nil i
CillLUiiK.s'a pictures should bo taken In
tho forenoon. Parents should remember
thlf, iu it it moro to their interest than
AVorthington'f, over Itockwcll tc Co.'i
Hook RIotv. mch2tf
ItrKU Si Ma.v.v. Somo weeks niro ito
published In tliPio columns a description
of tint tug built by Heed & Mann, of this
city. Tliu nrtlolo was coiled nnd ro
ouriled by o'lher journals, and finally found
it way Into a Hannibal, Mo., nowtpapor,
and rend by a citizen of that-place. Tho
ounscmenco of whichjare tbenbovo named
builder havu received ni: order from linn-
nltnl for tho building of another tug.
Police Coviit. Thero was a lull in tho
roll co bufiucu yesterday. Only four of
fenders Kgalnst tho ordinances appcarod
beforo Judgo Itross two whites and two
blacks. Thn colored cuses wuro first ar-
rvjgned, and were fined for fighting, $10
and costs each. Mel In! o will keep them
under hit vnglo eye for Ixtecn day. Tho
whilo men fought about an oyttor supper,
and wuro fined nnd costs which thoy
Good Nj:w. Tho Cairo J: Vincennc
IUilroad will bo built in certain contin
gencies, but tho fact is that Klliott tfc Hay
thorn lira now receiving thetr spring stock
of mens', women', misses', boy' nnd chil
dren' thoet in every stylo uml of nil va
rieties Thcfo good will bo fold ut tho
Wu ask all of our old ami now putruns
to call nnd exnmino our ttock nnd ascer
tain our price, but wo with it to be dis
tinctly undorttood that wo want ratA cwj
lunier: No other kind need apply. Tho1
credit system bos played out with us, nnd
to nvold mistake that create ill will and
trouble wo havo concluded to allow no
goods to bo taken out of tho store on trial
unless thoy aro first paid for.
ELLIOTT & HAYTHOKN.
Look Out. Mrs. Swnndor, nt her old,
slund on Commercial uvenuo, open to
day a now, beautiful and varied ttock of
millinery goodt and notions, among which
may bo found hats and bonnets of the now
est fcbnpcs, and most fasbiunablo braldi
and straws, ladies' under-clothing, kid
gloves, fancy jewelry, tho finest French
and American, flowor, hosiery, cortoti,
ribbont, etc., etc. Mm. Swandor offer
peculiar inducement to customers in the
fact that sfao will cll Vu. bcr
goodt at cut, lo per '.conl'. choapVr than
can bo bought anywhere olio in tho city.
Knowing- that sho ilvea on h,e' " wrong
lido of tllo street " tho hat determined tb
make herpricoatolowthat thero will tonn
inducement for purchaser to call bn bcr.
Xll goods aro marked iu plaiu figures.'
Look out for tha advertisement to-morrow,
A Pathioh. A,pjt!Uon, h ben clr
culated among tho membera or toe uity
Council rcqucttlntr tho Mayor to agai
nomlnato Mr. L. 11. Mvora for Chief of
Police. Thirteen raembor bAta alsnod
It, and two who would art abwnl from tha
city. Thl leave threo who havo refused
to placo their name to tho petition, or
who havo not been rcqucttcd to do'o
And thus wo aro approaching a lolution
of tho Chlef.of Poilco question. OEcouwe
neither of tho gentlemen who signed tho
petition did so for tho reason that )
wished to voto ogainst Mr. Myors, and we
thorcforo concluda that all who did sign it,
except one or two, will rota to confirm
when tho question U presented to the
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE
That Peter Noff, No. 79 Ohto lovee, it
closing out his largo and well-selected
stock of clothing, boot, shoci, hats, caps,
trunks and valitei, at and
It is hi purpcaj to embark mora eaten
lively In tho merchant Ullorlng and fur
nishing goods business henco the desire
to close out tho stock abovo enumerated.
The Caiuo Toiiacco Maekkt. The
(uccess of tha tobacco market of this city
l no longer a matter of speculation.
It has become a consummate'! fact, and
Messrs. Hurd & Hon, tho proprietors of the
Hallard warehouse, havo tho consolation of
knowing that their efforts to build up the
market hnvo been crowned by fucevss.
Wo bolievo that Cairo can make a better
showing in a tobacco market for tho first
two years of snle than any other tobacco
market in tho United State. So far t his
scaon the break of tho IJaliard havo been
well patronized both by ncllcrt and buy
ers, and the offerings aro rapidly growing
In number. On next Saturday tho next
talo will tako place, and we bellevo it wilt
bo ono of tho largest of thoiCMon a large
break and fine varieties. Already a large
amount of tobacco has arrived, and wo
havo been told that there It littlo doubt
lhatbetwean eightynnd one hundred hogs
heads will bo offered for salo.
OauEKs to March. "Worthington or
ders everybody and their children to
march to hit new Photographic Art Gal
lery, and lenvo their meaturo for one or
moro dozen of hit new imitation porcelain
card photograph, made only at hit gal
lery. The, line of march should comraonco
about ft o'clock a. ra., and continue up till
Wuo SiiAtLTiirr B? An election
for two School DircctoM fortiils school
district, will bo held on Monday Lbo.tbird
day of April at tho Arab englno house.
Who shall bo elector) is the question of the
hour. Wo have heard it suggested that
ono Democrat and ono llepublican should
be run, and Mr. Wobb has been named
as tho Democrat aed Mr. Hurd as the
llepublican. Doth tbcio gentlemen bare
bad experience at director, and would
make excellent officer. Bat who can re
strict the number of candidate 7 It it
posflblu wo may havo a thousand, and In
this expectation we pr opine to announce
each of tho candidate until the day of
election for onn dollar. Como out, gen
Closing Ont Sales.
Twenty. live thousand dollnrs worth of
ready-made clothing, hats, cap, boot,
shoe, trunk ami valctes aro offered for
alo by P. Neff, 70, Ohio Levee, at AC
TUAL COST PH1CES, It boing hnvlntcn
tion to close out in that line, and embark
exclusively nnd more extensively in the
furnishing goods and merchant tailoring
Thl closing out sale furulshos an oppor
tunity to tteuro clothing cheaper than ever
boioro offered in this market.
Tur. Teacher' Institute. The
Teachers' Institute which will begin it
session in thi city next week will bo large
ly attended. Nearly all of the teachers
from tho country will be present, and a
formal invitation has been extended to the
cultivators of tho young idea In Puhuki
county. Superintendent Whlto ha ex
hibited great enorgy, industry and tact
in organizing his forces for tho Institute.
A a school man ho is certainly a success.
Clairvoyant.-Mrs. I.ovy, tho great
Clairvoyant, has arrlvod at Cairo, and
may bo consulted at the Commercial
Hotel, opposite tho postofiice. Mrs. Levy
icau tell any person the most Important
fact that havo happened in ni or tier
life, thus convincing tho most skeptical of
her uxtrnnrdinary powors.
t Van Kk.nt. Tho homo at present occu
pied by Patrick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Levoo
between Fourth nnd Eighth streets. This
iiouse, if not tho best business house i cer
tainly onu of tho best stand in Cairo. It
front tbo principal teamboat landing and.
is near tho Illinois Central railroad Utpot,
A'pply'noxt door at Robert Smyth & Co',
vy holes alo grocory store.
St'tCKsn. Tho great Napoleon's only
criterion was Succe, and this has boon
attained by tho Charter Oak Stoves.
Over '100,000 bavo been sold since their
introduction, and the demand waxes
stronger every day. 1 inchHd&wlt
Tnnouan the Sidewalk. While
Miss ltoblnson, assistant teach or In tho
'high "x-hool, was pas Ing along the street
from her boarding house to the
tchool-room yosterday, she placed her ,(oo,
upon it rottonjplank and fell through the
Jldowak. Her ankle was spralned.Hut
Ijick'ily'"0 oapedviilnoat serfous injury.
Pf.ouu. Choice Family'Plour In' bbl
halfl bbl., back &c.,' for salo at the Egyp
tian Mill. , ..au
" Yesterday arterrioon waa bleak and
The "river it falliag rapidly. Every
body says so.
..Both ifeSf and Antrim are going East
iftor goods this next week.
Hlgglnsund Burke ire pjattoring the
figiigb and Kedy englno hontrf. i
HarTy TalW, "erdman" Ifc tho Skiff
and Gaylord troupe, ,1 In hit way a
Preparation are being made for a
concert at rtio Motfcodltt church noxt
NeUaelUngout ! raady-aaade cloth
ing, but'III continue in -the sVerchant
A LAKoltttock'of'lurnlthlng goodt of all
kind always on band at P. Neffi, No. 70
Ohio Lew. dec&tf
Thirteen ladles and gentlomen from
Matropollt were In the city yatterday on
a shopping excursion.
Andy, McQce, who opened hi minstrel
career at tho old Cantorberry in this
city, is tha Andy McCee of tho Skiff and
Gaylord trtupe. i
fon pistol and cartridge and bowie
knires, go direct to P. NrrTi, No. 79 Ohio
Levee.. i decftf
Antrim sold a. trunk yestetdar for
$00, and It was worth the money. He is
"heavy" est trunks, and always hat a Mock
of good ones on hand.
X. F. Davis, commission merchant, dis
posed of ono hundred thousand pound of
butter In twelve month ending January
lit, 1871, all from one shlppor, a dairyman
of Wisconsin. This Is not slow busisetf.
Davis knows his business, and sells only
the very best of butter.
Any person who knows where tha car
cass of any dead hog reposes In peace will
confer a favor upon Jailor, McHale by re
porting the fact to hit eAeient "lieutenant,''
Mike Mahony. Mr, Mahony hod the
pleasure of superintending the chain gang
yesterday while the gentlomen of that force
laid fivo or six decoated iwinaquiotly away
in thelrllltle beds, where they wIlLrat
untu uawm tews-uia norn. (
Mr. Winston, real aetata broker,- In
forms u thai atroperty in Cairo to iitMkV
Ing up." Lot which he was offering a
year ago for fJOO, and could not sell at
any price, ate now bringing readily $225.
A Comroeretol Avenue lot, below Fifth
street, which" he offered a few months ago
for $400 and could not find a purchaser for,
even after dilligent'tearch, ho sold a few
days ngo for $
Tho annual meeting of 'stockholders of
the Cairo and Vlnccnncs R.B. will bo held
it the office of tha company, in
Cairo, 111., on Tuesday, the 25th of April,
1871, for tho purpo.0 of electing Directors,
and such o'.lior buslnctt as may bo ncccs-
The Nauuiitt Knottt quESTiox.
Everything was fair sailing until tho new
Council reached tho question: "Who
shall be tho Chief of Police?" Here sis
mcmben looked horns with eight mem
br, end Uitre they remain to this day.
We aro In bopos they may succeed in un
tangling their horn at tho next mooting,
sothat altogether they may gore tho grass
hopxir ttand-itlll and do nothing policy.
Alba. William Alba, Commercial
avenue, near the cornor of Eighth street,
bos tho most completely furnished barber
shop and hair dressing saloon in the city,
and respectfully invites public patronage.
He can. promise bis customors tho most
courteous treatment, and workmanship
that cannot bo oxcolled In Cairo. His
razors are alwaya In order, hit towclt
alwnyt clean, and hit workmen alwayt
endy. Give him a trial. tf
New lUnnen Snor. Hrnwn and
Edwards have oponed a barber shop In the
room formorly occupied by P. Thcobold,
where thoy are prepared to extend to cus
tomers the luxury of a clean shavo on
short notice. They havo In their employ
Mr. Gus Hlno, whote nbillty in the prac
tice of the tontorial art is ox eel led by nono.
Tho drm ask for tho patronago of tho pub
lic, confident of their power to glvo satis
The election excitement i about over.
But Win. Klilor continues to use tho very
best of stock nnd material in the manu
facture of boots and shoes, lino and coarso
and employ nono but first cls work
men In his (hop, on 20th street opposite
tbo Court House, Try him, yon wont
regret it. mltUI
The Kxcuhiiox, A large, jovial,
good-looking, well-pleased party of Iodic
and gentlemen boarded tho good ttoamer
"Illinoit" last night, and becamotlrst-cin
excursionists. Tho Silver Cornet Band,
composed of tbo most affable, If not hard
somo, mon In tho city, accompanied tho
excursion, and I urnisad the music fur the
Notice is hereby given that tbo delin
quent list cfclty taxes for the year A. D.
1870, Is now being prepared, and cost will
kbf added on and after Saturday the 26th
int. Those who aro yet inaeuioa ror city
ttxc for tho year 1870 will find it to their
interest to call at the collector's oflco and
prevent their property from boing advor
lUad, " JO& B. TAYLOR, City Col'r.
. . mch21A6t -, .
ILLLVuLS CENTRAL KAILROAD.
Hew- TIsmo) Ttttl.
On and after 12:30, p. m., Sunday, Dec.
4tb, tho following time table will govern
tho arrival and departuro of pattonger
train at Cairo;
Mall train leavet'at.... .... 3:40 a.m.
ExpreM " nt... 8:30 p.m.
St. Loui and Cairo Express
leaves at...; 1:20a.m.
Accommodation leaves at...l2:30 p.m.
Mail arrive.. 2:05 a.m.
KL Louis and Cairo Express
arrives - 4:43 p.m.
Tho last named train leaves St. Louis
nt 10:30 a.in. Traders can lonvo Cairo at
1:10 o.m., reach St. Louis at 7i25 a.tn., re
main in tho city three hours, and return
to Cairo at 4:45 p.m., the same day.
Tho 12:30 accommodation and Cairo
and St. Louis express leave daily; all oth
ers leavo dally except Sundays.
Way passengers should bear in mind
that the 3:30 p.m. train makes only four
stopping between Cairo nnd Central!,
viz: Joncsboro, Carbondalc, Du Quoin
nnd Ashley. Tho 12:30 p.m. train stops
nt nil tho stations along tho routo.
J AS. JOHNSON,
decltf Agent, Calm.
Tux Old Policy. Thero aro those whs
say that the new Council are slow coaches
that they aave done nothing but talk.
Well, Is It not better to bo too slow than
too fil? Is It not tbo part of wisdom to
got a good ready before you start 7 It Is
truo that tho polico business should have
been disposed of promptly, but bo it re
membered that fastidiousness is better than
eay-sllppr legislation that takes any
thing that comet in the way,nd repents
at Icisuro for what has been done In haste.
Wo havo bean reminded, and now re
mind the complalners, that Rome was not
built in a day, and that thorcforo It is a,
very unreasonable expectation that tho
crooked ways of Cairo should bo mado
straight In a month.
Loss or Time. llousekeopert should
not experiment with untried stoves, if
they would tave time and money. Tho
Charter Oak has been tested by time, and
is guarantied or your money refunded.
This is a truth easily proved. Ask your
Axothee Proposed Err xar risk.
Col. Robt. A. Catklc, of the bouse of Cos
kle& Co., tobacco dealers, Richmond,
Virginia, was In the city a few days sine
and spoko very favorably of this point as
a tobacco market. He bas, we are In
formed, oponed a correspondence with
parties in Richmond, with a viewtoestab
Hailing a Tobacco Stemmery here. The
Colonel' houso it.tho oldest in the United
State. It was established eighty year
Skwixo Machine. Thoo wanting
Sewing Machines should remember that
Wheeler fc Wilson's are tho best in utc.
They aro unsurpassed for light rnnning.
They will out-ware any in mo. Call and
J. C. CARSON, Agent
m7tf. 128, Com. Avenue,
Be Guided hy What You Ksow.
There is an old proverb wblch says: "Ex
perience 1 tho safest guide." To this
guido the sick and ailing naturally turn
when casting about for tbe moans of relief.
They Inquiro what a medicine hat done
for other, before thoy adopt it themselves.
Of all tho remedies and preventives In use,
Hosteller' Stomach "Bitters meet the test
most triumphantly, and bonce its Immense
popularity and vast tales. The sufferer
from indigestion Is sura to find some one
among hi friends who bas been cured of
that ailment by the famous vegetable stom
achic. Tho victim of fever and ague, liver
complaint, constipation, nervous prostra
tion, or general debility, hat only to mako
inquiry in the neighborhood where he re
sides In ordor to discover what this stan
dard restorative has effected in cases slmi
ar to his own. In tho published testimony
to its merits bo will find n volumo ol
proofs of its sanitary properties, which it
I impossible for his common senso to re
sist. Ho trios it, and tho effect it produces
on hit system add another to tha host of
witnesses in it favor. Thus, Its reputa
tion, founded on facts, not assertions, con
tinually growa and spreads. Charlatans
and impostors, tomo of them moro local
tricksters, and othort who take a somewhat
wider rango, attempt to thrust info tho
handt nnd down tho throats of Invalids,
jheir haphazard concoction, a substitute
for tha tonic which for to many yonrs hat
been a medicinal staple throughout tho
United States, Spanish Atnorico, Canada,
and the West Indies, but only succeed ton
very- limited extent. In this reasoning
age, tbe people, having ascertained what
it roally deserving of their confidence, dc-
clioo "running after strange gqdt."
Ohoak. Smith's American Organ
give perfect satisfaction to all. Call and
J. C. CARSON, Agent.
No. 128, Commercial Avenue.
Wanted. $5,000 on five year' time,
Cor which a fair rata of interest will be
paid and a mortgage on unincumbered
real ettato given for security. Enquire nt
Bulletin OUce, or addrosaP. O. Drawer
1170, Cairo, Illinoii. mch7dtw3m
I have bcon a dyspeptic fur yearij bo
gati to uto tho Simmons' Llvor Regulator
two j ears ngo i it has acted liko achrm
In my case. Rr. J. C HOLMES,
i maraidftwlw CUjton, Ala.
Removal. Mrs. J. Cummlngt wlthot
to Inform ber cuttonien and the public
generally that tho hat removed hor mil
linery goodt from her ttoro on Eighth
street to the commodlout room on Com
mercial Avenue, between Seventh nnd
Eighth streets known as Mrs. Oswold's
old stand. Mrs. Cummings has added
lareoly to hor stoik of goods, and now has
a cheap, seasonablo nnd fashionable col
lection of hats, bonnett, ribbont, etc., to
which tho atk tho attention-of old and
new natron. m24dtf
Steamer Jat.Fisk Jr., Paducau,
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Tyrone, Nashville. ,
" Glencoe, Louisville.
Charleston, St. Louis.
" H. Ames, New Orleans.
" City of Vlcksburg, Vlcktburg.
" II. II. Wilson, Pittsburg.
" Tom Jasper, St. Louis.
" Sallle, Ark-tnsAt Rivor.
" R. J. Lockwood, Shrcvcport.
" Alex Mitchcl, lOUilTlllc.
Abiona, St. Louif.
" St. Joseph, Vicks burg.
" Ilichnond, Now Orleans.
" Jas. Fisk, jr., I'adnrnli,
11 Illinois, Columbus.
" Tyrone, Nathvllle.
" Glencoe, New Orleans.
" Charleston, Vlcksburg.
" II. Ames, bt. Louis.
" City of Vlcksburg, St. I.oulr.
" II. H. Wilson,
" Tom Jasper, Now Orleans.
Sallic, St. Louis.
" R. J. Lockwood, St. Loui.
" Ales Mltchol, St. Paul.
" Ablona, Pltttburg.
" SLJosoph, St. Louis.
" Richmond, Louisville.
U. C. Wilton brought out a
tow of salt.
The river has fallen 20 Inches in
tbo put 24 bourt.
IsBTho Cumberland I falling with 7J
feet on Harpoth Shoals.
NT Tho City of Vlcktburg discharged
here 400 box fruit for Chicago.
19" The weather was nearly clear yes
terday with a strong and fresh north wind
ImTTheFisk is the Paducah and tho
Quickstep the Evansvlllo packet this
IWTho Silver Cornet Band accompa
nied the Excursionists to Columbus, last
txVThe Richmond discharged hero 15
sacks coffoe for Cairo ; 8 pkgs for Kddy
ville ; 157 hbds sugar ; 8 bbl do ; 20 bxs
cheese for Chicago.
The Jai. F!sk jr., brought 104 sks
corn, 60 wheolharrows forshlpmsnt south,
7 hbds tobacco for St. Louis, 2 do for
Ballard Warehouse, 2 do for New York.
NT Tho Mississippi It falling Iowly.
Tho lower Missouri It at a fair stage, and
the uppor Missouri It at a stand. Tho Illi
noii It on tho decline. The upper Minis
tippl it falling steady.
fxtTTho Ohio li declining at Pitttburg
with 7 feel 0 inchet in the channel, and
at Louisville with 0 feet 4 inchet in tho
chuto over tbe falls. A small rite is re
ported at Cineinnatl.
40" The Missouri Democrat of tho 22nd
Tbe Minneapolis reached Reed Land
ing, at tb foot of Lake Peulu, an Monday
evening, with furtcn inciios of now on
BQUTbe "Lady of Corrinno' Is tho name
of tha new steamer on Bear river. Rivers
and creekt throughout" Mississippi aro
booming. The new wharfboat arrived at
Vlcksburg on tho 17th. Her dimensloni
aro : Lcnuth. three hundred and twenty-
four feet; width, slxty-slx feet j depth of
hold, six feet. Stio lias tnrco gang-ways
with staeos fiftv feot lone by ten In width,
sufficient to admit of dray being driven
aboard. Tbo office is 44x40 and lift con
feat high, woll ventilated and lighted by a
transom twclvo feet square and two feet
higb. Adjoining tho omco aro rour sleep
Ing rooms, 10x12.
INTKItT KLECTIOM NO
Xoti.-.la lirrnlif uitrn. (list on Mundar. tho 3d
iUt of April, l71, inflection will t litld alAr.ti
1'iuilllii flotite, In bWioul l.lrct No. I, cl )' of
Bttt. ni Iffitius.fur In purpoau of .lectloi; two
i.'uiru. rnc. on. weai. rum ir oi .u'hikkt. anu
Hraool Dirrtt'ir lorisiu district. Tliroiulll
Ut uiirnril at o'clock, .., sml clo.o t 4
o'elot-);, r. M., "I the saiiih ilar. PMet tills twen.
ti-ttilrl dsr ol Msioli, un.
7 ' ' II. WATSON' WFBI1,
jo, ii. iti:i:n.
m WIIMassta' BoarlMSt aud Illgtt
AT CAIRO. ILLINOIS,
uorter4firulty tliatiDiUrdjtneil on the most
fjTli bulMla- Is arw ami oomplt t. tnroafbtul
(nail lti niolitrn lmprovin.at. and appliajiues
or suet. ai osublishiuaot. I, iacuninUt. ruaalox
order, but ha neser tn run. Trio eafiuei,
nutliiu.ry, nJ uppiratu generally art of the
1-ha malu tiiUJloa Is 37 ly 41 fet. nl Ibi
ttocles hlli. Til. toiler shod i tl by W feot, II"
Sab hmt is 5T ly li fuel, eaoh shed liux one
Tn,eiBi I W IboU cylioJer. with ineh
slr.Le.tno bollart itlnolixtUdiAintteri Oaee,
Mjl fel long. .t , .
dey.Coatlguoat t tbe di.lill.ry K a lare be ck
wareliouas), aad psas forelock.
Ills bf lioe.l that lo any ono deeirlnc lo carry on
thadlsllllery l.usie..uo teller pportuni t
liiTtelmentcaa U offered than 1 1 found he , both
eouiderln the distillery 'IhiiUIIbk spprtue
and the loosllon (htrrofalOuro.
ror runner pmvui iu tut ustirr
liawaad Meroon street. Bt. iui;.l
HAH ftOUmiT' l 1
FISHER'S PATENT REFRltiF.RA.TOR,
Paleattd Attgwst IM, 1ROO, 7
the only k'nd man that wilt keep raiaL' frail
nd reno'aMes perreetlr t aod ilrtwUtioBt
fre ting sr.i
I am Ki'pAreJ tomanufwtute the ttstrlterator,
or cooling moms for butcher,, hotel,, steamboats,
brewers ami cacktra. The llefrljterator .can t
teen at Phil Howard's steamboat tnfat start,
under express ofllce, tad at James Kjnat"nsi
market, corner nf 13tn and l' pUt atreatti Sat
pirtlcolars apply at my residence on t"HJi ana
Poplar. " i-ltnde
yy J"' SCHUTTEIt,
Importer and Wholesale D&a.sf
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Aaent for best brand of
CREAM. AD STOCK AIiB
Xxxa.pox'tosft A-los otAXt,
Wo. 75 OHIO LEVEE
M . HTOCKft'fsETII
(Huccee-or lo Pohle A HtockflethJ
Recline r and Wlioleaile Dwler ! For
flgn and Doarslfc
LIQUORS, WIRES, ETC.
78 Ohio Iievee,
CiIRO. - - ILL.
He keeps on hn1 constantlT, full stock r
Old Kent nek y Bonrbon, Rye and Mm.
oncahcla tVlslskles, French Bran,
dies Holland (iln. Raltio
and California Wlnci.
KINDS OF FRES1TMEAT8
Cor. lllth nnd lrplr Bt.'1
Cairo, - - - ' Illinois
Hurt and alw4htera only the WtMtJMs
an.l ehaop, tad Is pr' re.l to nil any srtslr
fresh meant front one pound to taatosntcsaija
pnnn'ts. atnssu -
PEOPLES' MEAT MARKET
CIIAH. (JAYEIt k CO., Prop'ri
t? een constantly 00 liarnl tha best of Beef. Pork,
Hutter. Vci, Lamb, rAUssge, Pu.fUlotf. alo
rresh vrlillnlanl lo any quaotliy'OrBeUboef,s,l
alirsjrs on hanJ. , ,
Onler filled promptly anil aallaracllon wars
AND DEALKRB I!t
FRESH MEAT :
Eighth St., between Washington A
Corarneroitl Ave., , ."T
AdJetalsttr oUiienkati tXtlmmt Z
Keep the lal of IWel, Pork. Motion, Veal, Laaob.
Haussxe. to ana aro prepared lo. st rv lsjjs 1
IB tn. mosi acgepi.ii iui.t 1
Cor. 8th St. t Washington vc.,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
Is supplied with th freshett
(.mrerlea, lr d Dried nnd Cs
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butte-
An erery thing else needed lor family auppry
lilslnahortoiirtol tbo best Mocked irrocries 1
rontlnuaccof publlatronai 1 respsjctlnll
Cor. I'oplnr aad Thirteenth ' 1
CAIRO, - - - " ILLINOIS
- 1 . . . 1 II 1 1 . ' n M If. Vira US Ml
oods, 8n Teas, pure U'rt'.,,kaB", 12"
rullsl rimoltad ali t .rWt Meat. 1s4M pt
ard, dmokeil oeer, n uii.r, tiw ,
oil it Kish, .Nu-s. O aodlee.Hhot.anTsJl)
Ktal.m tslly kepi intlrst -cl augructry s
in tiii: PEBBTi mamt:
tutrit fUMra.raeaal'rawBisiaaTa araxaa.-
- 1 - ' -IS 1 . m M I
5 - 1 l'.rt
Udttt' aad Cblldirta' Bail (hi 1
Oentlernen' Whisker and H
tino manner , aon