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THE OAIBO ZBTJXjXjEITIIN", APBIL 5
CAIRO AND NASHVILLE
The fo IowIiij! lonier leato Cairn
on th rfsye ami at tlio hours helnw.tistneil
TALISMAN, Every Monday ut 5 p.m.;
TI'.ONK, Every TliursJny, at fi p.m.;
I.PM.SDK.V, Every Saturday, at C p.m.
Kof h ijjl.t or snj( apply im hoard, or to
JIKKi.S A: .MALLORY,
..uii'f 76 oiiio i,i:vi:k.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
IMII.V IKET. -IT
7 U- 'emitifii ami light draught ste inner
IIOItNt.Y H)U:ulii:V Milr.
I.ear. Caira ilatl.t at 3 p.m., ajl IVIucalnMlly
titn.tn ItmlhK miprrlor A?uornin"UtK.n she
illicit, (mill o nroiiHio.
Surgi-on and Accoucheur, lor.
ruer!jr ul Anna, Union Co., Illinnl., l,a. permit
iientl luoa'cl ib city. OFFICII Gnnmerclrl
Attune, U-twirn Mti n'l Vlh Mreta Writ side,
IMJ.V MX,, 31. D, Ilea.
I FICK 1'uriier Sixth Kirrel ami Ohio Lvr
tF.Mi.K IIOUIW-From a.m. to tJ m an
UMi'lJlM II. SMITH, JI.
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At in VVliln,'lon Aenti ul U'Muut Slrtm
HI M K Cbmrirltl AM I in i.
nVA It l. Kii7.H."l., Vnlrti
III.SIIitiNCK nrner i.f .Ninifeentti St.,
an I V.il,uton are, OFFICC On ComiiK-reibl
a , ( I'o.ljHIr, uFFlUK Ul'K-
It: I I", ru t) I: in , liUOil.). eleeiilcll nl
" .1 I to 4 . in.
fi.jmic.il am, n. i.
Uttlvv, Cnmmerrlul A u nite.
Illlrellolir., H to III ti. Ill, A. I In a p. in,
lie. itrnn; $.-. 1I,N n l .Irrd, (,.lro III.
xr. I, I.'im
4 i. i:.v. .ii i-1. it i: v
U'llll'in J. alien,
.I.iIiii II. TlulLe . 5
S.iiim. I l Wn.eler )
I'ri:i nU attention nnj to Mier n I s lmirsltr
UIII-. Itooma 1 a Mlnttr'a lllork.
ilU.VKVS AMI C'OL'NSEIJ.OUS XI
rtilllaiii II. firrrn, )
filll am 11. Ullliarl, t'AIKO, IM.
Jlllr. '. lillltvrl, )
' ' m n iiiiuu rfio to A'lmir.lly n1 Dlm
t i. i.r--.
.At r tut llhln l.c llanmt 7 ml
nlrr 411)' NallmiHl IImmIi.
I Ml M K it (.'I A I. J I OTTL. "
('iimmi'rrliil At., Opposite PoM HfUco
JOSEPH IIAYI.ISS, Proprietor.
T II'. i.ly f.irn hwl an.S ofTiMtoth
r Nr-t a. fiinm'Utioii. M.TItl
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
Th undersigned will furnxli
If aril and Dry Wood
A Cheap, It linl Cheaper
lilM aajr wood-lealer In t'sirn, l-iti order at
im- roi.ntncaiM at IliecernerolUilinireel and
W.aliinKt'jQ ATenlie, I Kite nood nie.ur ai.d
vi II com t wood up, I'K.SM.i II.U.Kl'.
KrbruarT -.'2nd, llil.
yOOI ANI COAL.
IF1, lsL. WJlEI,1D
Is prepared tn dellser Ine I et
Fire Wood Ik Stone Coal
In any pari of tli city, In any quantity rte.ned,
nu l.ci t notice.
Ciml Delivered at $1 50 Per Ton.
orriCE-iUer lleerwart, Onh A Co.'a elov
iloie, iwudnor. nlxxe llin corner of Highlit .tiret
anui. iiiiineri:lal nrroue, devilit
HCI N HII.V1 ItliCitU.
Cairo City Book Bindery
la prepared to
Mauufisclure Dlank Uoolsa Hud do Ml
kind of llook Uladlng nd ullna;.
73 Ohio Iiovec,
CAIRO, - -
TICKETS F0R SALE
I'AKKr'rom vrrponl, rndonderry,
jl.iKov Quttaiialuwn lo Cutro
is U u
Nufl'n'1.lTorrU V Cmnlce. ,t
HE A OK,
NEWS OF THE CITY".
Parties desiring to purchato or lcaso
tit on reasonable terms can do lo now
from tho owner of tho Holbrcok estate.
who cim bo found for n short time nt
tliuollleoof S. S. Taylor, Cairo, III!,
A second-hand piano at the Conserva
tory of Music.
hat about that signal tatlon with Its
meteorological obscrvutlun ?
Professor Sidney and St. John, with
their Pantn Thnnmatakoimon contcmpluto
u vliit to Cairo.
Yesterday wn summer-like. I.tncn
t'othus wero thought of, und cool shade,
nnd Ice, and mint Juleps.
Hedlng, tho Ilrldu of tho Dnndlt, in tho
next ply on tliu boards of the (lerman
A larc number of citizens of the coun
try precincts arc In the city enjoying the
luxury of nttoinlliig the Circuit Court.
The Kttning .Sun present I a very cred
itable appearand) in Its typography. It Is
spicy and makes up in vim wlmt It lacks
Thu civil wnr in France has been In
augurated, and Alb.t is still I'nchatitlng
the men i-fhard b.-ard with his tine shuv
Judge II. H. Kdwurdi, Hon. .Milton IIhv,
Juilgu Trumbull, nnd Mr. John Newell,
Virel'r.-sldcntof the I. C. IM!., r In
the city nt thSt. Churlcs Hotel.
lt:nij;i-r slinv,' notes but Alba httvcs j
faces, and with razor t sharp they pa I
tliroiiL'li n heavv Ix'iin with nil tin. it It II lit '
a cac Knnu pnxing inrougn the air.
Ah I why was the gentle Florence Don
nelly drunk, and why ill I thu cruel .Slice
l.uti gobble her, nnd why did th-j harJ
hi:nrlel llrois fine her nnd coil!'
Th" Christian church of the city Is put
ting on its urmor. , revival Is In pre
gre'f. "Whi-n two and three arc gath
ered together. ' Ac,
Tho Hoard of Aidernian managed lo
hold n meeting lui night. Col. l'.erdn
wa elected chulrman for thu t-nsulng
year. No business of importance was
Appl.-s got Eve into trouble, and they
got i:,i.;i Horn into n aitllculty ulso. .She
utidertimk to pvddhi them In Calm with
out a license, was urrested, Until 10 a Ml
lodged In Jail f,.r 1C days.
'Our Olive ' doe not'llko bnbles over
much, but if she were n man and had a
beard, and knew how to appreciate a good
thing, iho would not fall to bo shaved at
Albas barber hop. Commercial Avenue
Cairo. III. tf '
McIInlohad ft dirty dvil in jail on
Monday night n mass of corruption
charged with abusing n woman, llross
litrr.uil titm lif..A tnA l.t... . A H..I.' I...
r, ... i. 7,Vi 7 7 , , .7
(Vlll.lt 111 VLH. MIPmIiI fllrt rull.tL ..1 I .1, .1
to pieces in tbojall.
Bill I.ee relents the charge thr.t he has
been recreant to hit earlv trainlnc m n
drinker of good whisky, nnd ht falbm so
1 iw Hint he has takon to gurggllng I'adu
cah whliky. Ho snvi ho will allow ut to
mako any chargo agalnU hl good namo
In Ige Ilrossgoes to tho courthouse every
morning anxious to promulgu his decision
on llurnsldo and the C. A V. It. B, but
his associate! Mirchlldon and McCrlto
have not yet arrived In tho city, and ho is
compelled to restrain his anxiety to get
tho United railroad oirhls mind.
Wo re-pnbllsh thu delinquent tax-list
this morning in order to mako it more
binding. AVo know we shall succeed. De
linquent tax-list that are not 'more bind
ing'' have been determined by tho law
that po.tiferous humbug to bo futile, m
it were. Which tho same wo would rlso
Tho Hon. 1MV. Munn Is unxloiu to go
through l't Kelly, D. W. is prosecutor,
and I'ul Is a prisoner charged with at
tempting to kill A. Boyle; itud, becauo
I'at didn't wind up the eminent pork
dealer's existence, Munn Is nnxloic to
punish hint for thi failure by sending
lilm to tho penitentiary,
Molly Brown U a rather looso gnl, giv
on toovil wayi, nnd now when "blv," Is
very dull sho h.n fallen on evil dayi.
Arretted sho wn by Andrew Cain, and
fined by Frederick Brosi; then was
handed over to William 3lclIalo nnd
locked up tight In tho city Jail locked up
for thlrty-ono days.
Winter, tho Alderman, is about to
abandon rail fond enterprises nnd mako a
dith nt tho whaif. ' Qivou tho wharf,
or wo tlio t" U to bo his battlo cry In tho
luiuro. Having retired from tho man
agomcnt of tho Arab company ho can now
devoto all tho force of hU giant Intolloct
to tho work of "going for tho wharf."
What havo wodono? Why and where
foro? Tho Sun has gone down on m ue.
lual'y refuios to ihlno into our sanctum.
Yeitorday tho bright but small luiulimry
mado II' appcarsnce, but did not cast u
rayi along Washington tivonuo In tho
vicinity of Tnit Uui.lkti.v Building. Wo
wero a a consequence, coinpelldto bor
row Cuudee'a Sun not hit son and illu
rolnato our mind from its pages. It la
omoly, right pert, and hoa our boat wishes
for its prosperity. May It ihlneuntll
Davis becomo gray-haired, dries up and
Tho new barber Arm, at tho popula
stand of Fred. Thoobold, uro growing In
favor ovory day. Tho proprietor!, Messrs
Jlrown & Edwards, uro well posted in their
business, and Ous Hinio Is a barber who
cannot bo excelled in Cairo. Tho room
has been refitted, and he who would enjoy
a lino shavo u glorious shavo should rc-
mcoibcr tho place Eighth street, between
Ohio Levco and Commercial Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Lothrop, on the flatboat
called tho Sick Man'i Friend, "now lying
above tl.o white warehouse, near
tho widow Smith's, at tho sign
of tho Hod Raif," invito the ladies and
gentlemen of tho city to "call, lee and
question. - Thoy bollovo In investigating
truth, and work wundorful curci. "Tho
diagnosis Is given through nnd by Mrs.
iiOthrop's Mcdiumlstic Towers, who Is an
Imprcstlvo and Inspirational Medium."
Tho Madama is wonderful. She can tell
you what your gifts and talents are, and
how todovolope them. Mr. and Mrs. Lo
throp must bo seen to bo appreciated, and
those who dcslro to eo them can And them
on the flatboatthnt flies tho red rag.
A committee of the Turners. Mcsiri.
.Schuh, liudcr and Schonoymeyer, pur
chaied from Mrs. Holbrook, yesterday,
two lots on the corner of Tenth nnd Pop.
lar streets, for SO',0 cuth. This the com
mitteo believe Is a bargain which the lib
erality of Mrs. Holbrook, itLo was anxious
to encourage the object of tho Turners in
purchasing, allowed them to make. As
soon as thu financial condition of tho soci
ety will permit, they will build on these
lots a fint hall, thu grcuteil m-etlof tho city
at this time; nnd, wu believe, our tit!
zcni. in order to obtain a decent hall for
me on public occasions should and will
givo to the Turners In their effort to es
tablish such a hftltencourngeinenlof a sub
PkiI'I.k arc often surprised when told
th.it such and such lino article' of Jewelry
were made In C.iiro.
Why should thoy not be, if tlio necessa
ry patronage Is extended to warrant it?
All who arc curious In such things,
or have doubts In tho matter, are Invited
to experience our facilities and watch tho
proves by which the rugged rocks and
metals nro fashioned Into tho most orntt
mental p.ttrn of Jewelry. Call on us at
fcs Ohio I.ovec and we will toon sutiify you
that we can mako anything you may
, want. TAB El! II KOTHKltS.
(ioon Nkwc The Cairo k Vlncenne
Knilroad will bo built In certain contin
gencies, but tho fact is that Elliott it Hay
thorn nro now roceiving their iprlng stock
of mens', wotnent', mines', boys and chil
dren' shoes In every style aud of all va
rieties. There good will bo told at the
lowest fait y;rfrs.
Wo ask all of our old and new patrous
lo call and examine our stock and ascer
tain our prices, but wo wish it to be dls
tln:t!y understood that we want cath cut
tomrrs. No other kind need apply, Tho
credit .v.tem has played out with us, and
to avoid mistakes that creato 111 will and
trout lo we nnve concluded to allow no
B0"4 ' out of thu store on trial
unit-is tney nro nrt paid lor.
Can Vou Bklievk it. Tho Excelilor
Mantifaturing Company employ so large
a forcci of workmen, that a Charter Uak
Stove it mado every tix minutes.
And even witli thii quickness, the tup
ply is hardly equal to the demand,
up! I J ..twit
Da so mi Ahkap. A single ipark may
kindle it flnmo that will coniumo n city
and email aliments neglected, may end in
fatal disorders. Beirlng this fact in mind,
lot tho tint symptoms of debility or ner
vous prostration bo met promptly with
invigorating treatment . Eoremost among
tho vegetable tonics of tho ago standi
Hostcttor .Stomach Bitters, and when
ever tho vital powers scorn to languish, or
there Is any reason to suspect that the
animal functions essential to the tiutena
tioii nnd purification of the body nro Im
perfectly performed this Invaluable In
vigorant and antiseptic should nt oncu be
resorted to. Indigestion always produce
weakiu-.s of the bodily power.. Some
times it happen! that the appetite demandi
more food than tlio stomach can digest;
though not more, peihapi, than i requlr.
ed to keep up thu full itrength of tho
frame. The object under uch circum
stances, is to increiiie thu digestive capacity
of the iiisimilutlng organ, so m to mako it
equal to tho duty imposed upon It by tho
appetite, and capable of supplying tho
building material " (he wyifm as fast as it
is required. This object Is fully accom
plished by tho use of tho llittors, They
tone and gently ttimulatu tho cellular
membrane which secretes tho gastric Juice,
and tho result is that tho solvent is mingled
with the food in lutllcient quantity to
convert all its nourishing particles into
pure and wholesome element. If, on tho
other hand, thero ii a deficiency ofdlgei
tlvo power, the effect of the tonlo is to
stimulate u dcslro for food. In nineteen
cases out of twenty, headache, nausea, net
vousnnss, fainting-fits, spasms, and, indeed,
most of thecasual aches andpuini to which
humanity is nubjocf, proceeds primarily
from indigestion complicated with
billousnuri; and for both theso complaints
Hiwtcttur'a Bloiuaeh Miter nro recom
mended us ii speedy nnd certain remedy.
1'iano, A good second-hand piano for
sale cheap for cash at tho Conservatory of
music. ' ,I4(
2nd day, Tuisdat, April 4.
oircuii Court mot promptly at 0 a.m
Thu first caso called wa Tho 1'eoplo v
I'at Kolloy, charged with an assault to
murder Arthur Uoylc. Tho dofendan
appeared and desired the caie passed until
the the arrival of hU attorney. This wa
objected to by tho attorney for tho people,
who Anally agroed that it might go to th
hcol of tho dockot. Tho court then do
clarod Its intention to enforce strictly tb
rule, and laid tho case must bo tried at
enco or continued ; and tho main prose
cutlng witness being absont, the caso was
continued by tho People until nozt term
and an at ftchment ftiked for (A. Boyle
tho defaulting wMneti. lo tho case of
tho Pcopio vs. William Mayi. D. W
Munn appeared for the defondent and the
court appointed F. E. Albright to prose
cute. Case continued bv tbo people.
Tho Orand Jurj- appeared at 10 o'clock
A. M., and returned tho following as true
HIU of indictment; Tho People vs. D.miel
Illodsoo (nogro), charged with larceny
Tho People Tf. John McElvoy, charged
with murder. Tho court appointed Geo
Fisher Esq., to defend Jlledscc, who upon
consultation advised his client to plead
guilty, at he had previously done before
Judge Broil. The court accepted the plea
of guilty and icntonced tho defendant to
two yean Imprisonment, one week of
which is to bn solllnry confinement.
Tn k manufacturing of this country it
becoming very interesting, and thcro is no
one who would not like to know how each
and every merchantable goods is made,
though there Is but few that know much
about tho manufacturing of different arti
cles, mid thero uro many who might know
more about each article thoyjwear if thiy
were a little moro Inquisitive, and there is
no one wlio is In the manufacturing busi
ness that dot not take a pride in showing
his facilities In his branch of business, nnd
thu proecis by which ho carries It on,
though let It bo ever so small.
There are but few know much about the
manufacturing of fine Jewelry and orna
mental good. Wo seo every day In the
Cairo papers of the advantages of Cairo at
a manufacturing point, and we think It hat
got grent advantages, but we do not leo
tho ndvantagoof being manufacturers of
fine Jewelry for two or threu years and
thon urprling our frtnd! by telling them
tlil piece of Jewelry wai made in Cairo,
by Taber flro., 83 Ohio Levee. They
will at any time bow their friend' their
facilities, and they can watch tho proccu
by which the rugged rocki and metals are
fashioned into the finet ornamental pat- !
trns of jewelry.
TAI1EK BROS- M Ohio Levee.
For. SsLK. I will sell niy housu and lot,
situated on Washington avenue, wet side,
between Ith and flth streets, Cairo, HU
The houo U a two story frame, tinUhcd
throughout, and contains eight roonu, con
veniently arranged. Cistern, outhou.e, etc.
Terms easy. .IOHN .SHEEHAN.
W'astm. on flvo years' time,
for which a fair ruto of interest will bo
paid and u mortgage on unincumbered
real eitato given fur security. Enqulru .t
Buu.r.n.v OUlco, oraddresi 1. (). Drawer
1170, Cairo, Illinois. mchTd&w3m
A I'KKI'KtT ItK.vkrAToit of tho ytum
carrying otT the vitiated bile without tho
Id of Calomel, or any mineral medicine
Simmons' Liver Begulator is entirely vog
etabln and harmlex, and ought lobe takno
by every nnu. mar2Td&wlw
Ir you want u gol, ityllih and well
fitting luitof clothes, mado to order, you
matt go to r. NnlF, No. 70 Ohio Love.
FLOUK.-Choico Family Flour in bbls
half bbls., sacks &c, for ;ale at tho Egyp
tian Mills. au
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
I win sell, on reasonable terms, my
three story hotel and grocery building, and
lot, located on tho Ohio Levee, oppoilto
the Central Elova.sr. This is a very do-
sirable property being close) to the now
manufacturing establishment now being
erected in tho Fourth Ward, and is par
ticularly adoptod to tho tisos of any per
son desiring a stand for elthor tho hotel
or grocery business. Apply, either by
letter or porsonally, to
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE
That l'eter NerT, No. 73 Ohio levea, Is
closing out his. largo and well-selected
stock of clothing, boot, ahom, hats, cup?
trunks and valise, at and
It U Ills purposj to embark more exten
sively In the morchunt tailoring and fur
nishing goods business honco tho desire
to close out tho stoek abovo enumerated.
Tho house heretofore occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Lcveo between
Fourth nnd Eighth street. This home, if
not the best business house is certainly
one of the boil stands in Cairo. It fronts
the principal steamboat landing and is
near the llilnoii. Central railroad depot.
Apply next dcor at Hubert Smyth Jfe Co's,
wholesale grocery store.
Thu annual meeting of stockholder of j
tho Cairo and Vlnceunes It. B. will bo held
ut tho offlco ul the company, in ,
Cairo, Ills., on Tuoiday, the 25th of April,
1871, fur tho purpose of electing Director.!,
und such othor business a, may ,ba neces
sary. I). B.LAKNEI),
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Jfew Time Table).
On and after 11:30, p. m., Sunday, Dec.
4th, the following tlmo table will govorn
tho arrival and departuro of paiscnger
trains nt Cairo ;
Mail train leavcs'nt ."5:10 a.m.
Express " " at 0.30 p.m.
St. Lou'i and Cairo Express
leaves at 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation loaves at... 12:30 p.m.
Mall arrive 'J:0S a.m.
Express arrives '.12:24 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
arrives - 4:45 p.m.
The lost named train leaves St. Louis
at 10:30 a.m. Traders can leave Cairo at
1:20 a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:'25 a.m., re
main in tbo city throe hours, and return
to Cairo at 4:46 p.m., the same day.
Tho li30 accommodation and Cairo
und St. Louis express leave dally; all oth
ers leave dally except Sundays.
Way passengers should bear in mind
that thu 3:30 p m. train makes only four
stoppings betweon Cairo and Centralis
viz: Joncsboro, Carbondale, Du Quoin
and Ashley. The 12:30 p.m. train stops
at all tho stations along the route.
dec3lf Agent, Cairo.
Closing Out Sale.
Twcnty.flvo thousand dollar worth of
ready-made clothing, hats, caps, boots,
shoes, trunks and valoscs uro offered for
lain by I'.Neff, 70, Ohio Lcvce, at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, It being his.lnten-
tton to close out in that line, and embark
exclusively and moro extensively in the
lurniimng goods nnu mercnani tailoring
This clnslnt: out sale furnishes an oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheajier than ever
b"turn on e red in mis marKci.
Evmv pnrtlclu of poisonous matter Is
carried out of tho system, thu pale and fel
low will become fresh nnd vlgoroui, by
uelng Simmon"' Liver Regulator.
Fkksu Corn Mkal. .V. D. Ounter
having purchased and thoroughly repaired
the Kenton Corn Mill, wishes to inform
dealers and families that they can always
be supplied with tho very best article, by
applying at the mill, corner of Commercial
avenunand Twentieth street. Glvo him n
Caiho Gi.nhkhvatohv or Music with
April will begin a new month. Pupils
will be received any time during tho
Tuition from W 00 lo f 5 00 per month.
Rkmovai.. Mrs. .1. Cumnungs wlshe
to inform her customers und tho public
generally that ibn bus removed her mil
linery Oodt from bur e.loro on Eighth
street to thu 'jommolious room on Com
mercial Avenue, between Seventh und
Eighth streets known as Mrs. Oswold's
old stand. Mrs. Cutnmlngs has add ml
largely to her ilonk of goods, and now has
a cheap, seusonablu and fashionublo col
lection of huU, bonnets, ribbons, etc., to
which the ii.ks tho attention of old and
now patrons. mUdtf
Ouon A dvick. "Secure tho shadow
ero the etibstanco fail, is good advice, and
those who dcslro to heed it should lose no
tlmo in going to Worthington'a gallery
und having their picture taken. Worth
ington is an artist who throws up tho
spougu to no other artist, and his work
gives general satisfaction. He copied and
enlarges old daguertetypes, ambrotypes
and photographs, making them look as
bright ns when llr .ukcn. Cnlldren's
pictures he makes i specialty, und docs
such work in tho forenoon. The rooms are j
over Hockwoll & Co.'s liook store, on Com
mercial avenue. tf
Ax Important Tiiuth. Tho excite
ment throughout tho country, occasioned
by tho lute revolutionary movement In
Paris, has at last spread to Cairo, and has
been rr.adu munifert in tint anxiety of
every man of good taste to have his boots
and shoes madn by Efiler, who Is tht boot
and shoo maker of the city. His shop Is
on "0th street, learly rpposlto thn court
Steamer Illinois, Columbus,
" James Fiik, Jr., Paducah,
11 Abeona, Cincinnati,
" LoeranH, Pittiburgh,
" Nellio Pick, Pittiburgh,
11 A. liakor, Wubush,
Pink Varble, W. River,
J. H. niglcy, Pittsburgh.
" Charleiton, (llcksburg,
" Oloncoe, N.O.,
' Tom Run, N. O,,
" P. W, Ktruder, Louisville,
" John Kelgour, Luulsvllle,
" .l.H.Neal, Evnnsvillv.
11 Illinois, Columbus,
" James Fiik, Jr, Paducah.
" Abeona, St. Louis,
Locrana, St. Louis,
" Nellio Pick, N.O,
' A, llaker .
" Pink Varble, Loulsyille,
J.JI. Rlgley, N, O..
" Charleston, Cairo,
' Olencoe, Iiuisville,
" Low Run, Clnuliiuutl,
" P. W .Strader, N. O,
John Kelgour, N, O.,
.1..S. Noal, LouUville,
The Cincinnati Cbnmereialmy: ".Stun
ton Pljrco MoUulre having intrc-lueed
tho Eddyvlllo in tho upper Cumberland
has resumed command of tho infuriated
UlrB-Tho A. Baker returns to tho Wal
Business was rattier hotter voitcr
tSTTiio river hm fallen 2 inches sinco
IfirTho Oulckiten Is the Evansvlllo
aWThe A. Baker brought out 3100 sk.1
corn for rcshlpnicnt south.
?Tho Jas. Flsk, JM bought abotight
'JO tons sundries for various points.
Tho Charleston had two empty barges
ono for St. Louis and ono for Henderson.
fQrCapt. Hover was undecided yester
day which way ho would go but quite
likely he went to Henderson
sFTho Popular .las. Flsk Jr, Is the
Puducah packet every day except .Sun
day. The J. 3. Ncal brought out n largo tow
of salt and returned ymtorday to Louis
ville. Xi.The lpe wuter cu entirely dis
appeared nnd tho ground on which It
stood is dry as a l'adiieah editor midway
IVJPuTho Mississippi Is still steadily de
clining nt St. Iiuts depth to Qniticy 7
feet. A riio is reported In tho uptier
Tho Ohio Is stationary ut Pittsburg
with 7 feel 0 Inches in thu chaunrl, also at
Cincinnuttl, but l fulling nt Loulfvlllu
with G feiit '2 Inches In tho chute.
t'Tho election at Evansvlllo in lm
peded btislncsp that the ljuickslep got no
freight scarcely nt nil, and consequently
sho ramoin very Debt yesterday. Thu
Arkunsns Belle to-dny will be deoply
HirTtio wind was so high nt Paducah
yesterday, as to toss river crafts about
fearfully. ThoJas.Kiikh.nl her whistle
plpo twisted off, und several "land lub
ber;" 1:13 s Cooper, showed unmiitakablo
signs of sen sickness." Tho gale also
raged ut Louisvillo causing considerable
trouble, some broken bones, and imiio
llttlodamago to shipplm;, so says the
Missouri Democrat's Louisville corres
pondent. From the same eourco we learn that tho
O. II. Wilson ran into thn bank tit Con
cordia und sank a bargo of machinery for
Key West. Moitof the machinery can
Day before yesterday dipt. Dugftii
of tho T. F. Eekert, sent tho nibiiiarlne
armor and other apparatus to Orand View
In charge of young .Mr. Eckort, to wreck
the birgo of oro sunk sumo tlmo .inco by
the Emma Floyd.
ThoT. F. Eekert will mako Cairo her
heudijuarters for lomo months perhaps n 1
ittmmer, and Is thu best boat for picnic ex
cursions on tho river. Tho wrecking com
pany havo made arrangements that here
after thn Eckort may send her wrecking
apparatus to wrecks when practicable, so
that tho will bo In our hrrbor nearly all tho
time, and of course when tho Eekert
can bo obtained nobody would think of
omploplng any other bout for an oxrur
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
...M. II ......
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Agent for but brands of
CllEAM AND STOCK ALE
A B a
Xxnx3oxoc A-loa ofdif
No. 75 OHIO LEVEFi
iSnceei.nrtn I'nhte A HtooLdelh)
Rfcliner nnd Wholesale Denier In For
eign and Domestic
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
78 Ohio Xeve,
CAIRO. - - ILL.
He l:eewon baateonstaatlv, full stoclt of
OldKonliuky Rourbun, Rye, and Mon
ongulielii WliUkles, Freitt'li II run
dies Holland Uln, Raluo
und California Wlnen.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOT 1ND SHOE M4KEB
Between Washlngloa Ave & Poplar St
MtM ! MaataOrstar. Vlasw
1 Satisfaction Warranted
' PutroBate Helleltesl.
Jnri'lIH.MP.H Ac JO.,
HueceMora to E. II. Hendricks Co.)
Wliarf - Boat
LIBERAL A IS VA WCr MADE ON COX.
TAre. nrenared to retfelre. ator and forwariS
freight tu all point, and toy and well on com.
"Mlaslnen atlon led to with DrornMnei",
jypri.Kit & pabkeRi
FLOUR, COBS, OATH. HAV.
Jo. 58 Ohio Ijeve
rii.osr. a vixii:.'i
and Hester, in
Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris
PL A STB It li'R'N IIAIK.
C'sir. Mill Mf reel ami ObloI,cir
J V. II. I'JIIM.IN.
CJuix'QMorto Parker A I'hlllis.l
And Dealer In
I'lotir, Mciil, liny, Cora. Oatsj,
Z. V. Mathuss.
1 A l IItKN A: LIIL,
E. C Chi
OS Ohio Lovee, 1st .National Bank
clal atteatloa ulsen to the (lurchaa ud
FLOUR fe GEAIN
FLO TJ JR
An t Agnnt. ot
OHIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
Wo. 70 OXZIO XjS
CAIR 0 ILLINOIS.
flvecisfok or Arias Co.,
General Commission Merchant
So. I33,r01ilo Ivsje,
novlltf CAIRO, ILL.
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
II K t'arkor u, p. Blaka
piHKEU Jk BLAKE.
WHITE LEAD. ZINC, OILS
WLmUw Glut u4 ritty.
mall, WU rsr. WMtw MXt6
6 OHIO liETEK,
Cairo - - - - Illinos