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THE OJIIOBtriLiEJTIlSr, APBIL 6
NEWS OF TliECITY.
Parties desiring to purchuso or leaso
ots on reasonable, terms enn do so now
from the owner of tlio Holbrcok estate
win) cun bo found fur n short time nt
ln oflk'! or.S. H. Taylor, Culro, Ills,
Next Sunday is Koiter.
(('member Tuk IIum.ktis lllndory.
Thocity Jull win built by Aulsny
1 f 17.
Comtnlttto had ft meeting
Tlio smnll pox tht year pnsed Cairo ly
on the other sldo.'
'Squire Shannessy noli throe town lots
yesterday to Hrlback.
Dr. Dunning has tha best looking and
tlio Lest, buggy in town.
Thocity Jail I n nuisance. When cun
wo afford to build a new one?
Circuit Court it moving off moro brisk
ly this than It did last tcrio.
The first movjulto of the season mudc
ill sppcaranro yesterday evening.
A lelect keno room it to I" opened
downtown. It will be run strictly on
thy sly. Myers says mi.
Itrown tho policeman, has not yet re
ported for duty. The question therefore
Mill continue to be: "Who's Ilrown" '
Tho civil wr In Krnncc has been In
augurated, mid Alba it Mill enchanting
the men of hard beards with his lino shnv-
Alderman Winter received ono voto for
the poiltion of Chairman of tlio Jlonrt of
Aldermen. lie voted for ono of tho uttier
Tbo Grand Jury have "gono And done
it" havo Indicted Arthur Ibiylo for hog
stealing. Alack-n-day 1 ''Where now it
the good old Diniolf Sing.
Dr. Underwood, of Ann, vn in the
city yesterday and called upon Tiir. Oct.
IE tin. Tho Doctor proposes to locate in
the city. Our Utch string it out.
A furioui rider attracted considerable
attention yostcnlav. Ho dashed at tho
pace of the devil broke louse, up and down
Wmhlngton Avenue, and then subsided.
Iluve you unWind volume of novel
mngizlno or pamphlet? Ilring them to
tho liullrtln Ilir.dery, where all kindi of
binding iiro done in the best stylo at the
The city I quiet. All the thieves havo
dut'd. Tho confidence men have gone
into their hole and pulled thn hole In uf
t;r then). Ctuse: Myers. He li a prea
enci on the pollw forcn they do not like.
"Our Olivo" does not like babies over
much, but if wero u mun and had a
beard, nr.d knew how to appreciate a good
thing, dm would nut fall to bo shaved at
Albu'i bnrber shop. Commercial Avenue,
Cairo, III. tf
Thocity purchuscl naili yuMerday for
i pr keg In tlio lnlcrl-bearlng icrip.
Till it nbout cash price. During tho past
four years tho city has tutlorcd on account
of depreciated scrip. Tho "plan" works
P. Itaiigh, boot and time maker, in
Eighth itrcet, between Commercial Ave
nuo and Ohio Levee, hat an established
reputation in hit trade. Ho it not in
cllned to "blow," but confidently asserts
that ho can make the het boot that it
mitdi in Cairo.
no feeling and good taMo shonld cat I
Tiik Silver Cornet Hand, with n band
to furnltli muilo for tho dunclngly dls
pod, proposes to visit Pnducuhon Tues.
day neit, and liuvo accepted th'j invita
tion of tho mastor of the steamer "Jim
Flik" to uio hla boat for the occasion.
The company of other citizens of Cairo
will tut bo objected to by tho band, and,
In all probttbllily, arrangements will bo
made to procure half-fare tickets for the
occasion, a visit to Paducah it not to bo
snoozed at, and to bo appreciated must bo
experienced. Tliu people of that village,
which is rather comely, ,nro quiet and in
offfii'lve, with ii little too much of tho old
fogy and considerable of tho
'southo'n gentlemen by U-d" air about
tiiem, but Tor nil thut courteous
and hospitable. They have dis
continued the practice of wearing "horni,"
and now tako them regularly ; nnd the re
port that they havo tails has no founda
tion in fuel. It is important that our poo
plo should become mora familiar with tho
comparatively unknown people of tbo cap
ital of the Purchase, and wo hopo there
STORM HIC.NAL STATION
Tho Sun takes all the honor of the 04-
ro storm signal, and has raited allttlotcm
pest in tho teapot about it. Now, the fact
Is, Col. Crobs is the man to whom tho cred
it Is due. Ho CHtno to tho conclusion that
Cairo should bo included in tho arrange
ment for tho coming year, and he wrote to
Col. Taylor asking- him to procure tbo
adoption of a resolution by tbo Council of
Cairo asking for the station. Col. Taylor
acted In compliance with this request, and
forwarded tho resolution adopted to Col
Crebs. But tho following tells the story.
Ilvir Department Office of the Chief Of-
jictr, jyivifwn nj leiegramn for in', jf'n
tftt oj vommtret,
WA8HIN0T0.V, D. 0. Mar., 27, 1871
Ho.v. John M. Cntns. Honso of Ropro
son tall vos, Washington. V. C Hlr: In
the absenco of tho Chief Signal Officer, I
havo tho honor to acknowjedgo tbo receipt
of the resolutions of tho Cairo City Coun
cil, in rolerenco to toe establishment or
Meteorological .Station at that point, and
to Inform you that in accordance with
your request, It has boen added to tho list
of stations fur tho ensuing year, and w ill bo
occupied as soon at tbo necessary tele
itraphlo arranicoments can benorfectod.
fore that us many as possible may rouke it 'vry respectfully, your obedient servant,
convenient to Intrudo upon their secluded I ., . , , . UoyOA'?' .
j 'a iiicm. nnu un. vap;. u. o. iv,
a. a. v. ana Assistant
i4Jottrod.rfular metilac nt use Hoarder Aldar
mn, nia aiintooaar.il un-mtr in il cut
nlxjdei next Tuesday.
Oa.vokr A hi: ah. A tingle spark may
kindle a flame tlmt will consuuiu a citv
and small ailments neglected, my end in
fatal disorders, itetring this factin mind,
let the first symptoms of debility or ner
vous prostration bo met promptly with
In vlgornilng treatment. Koremo't among
the wgetiiblu tonics of the age tands
lloslcttcr's .Stomach Hitters, mid when
over tlio vital powers seem to languish, or
thero is any reason to suspect that tho
a;ilinnl funetion essentiul to tlio suttena-
tlon mid purltlciition of tho body nro im
perfectly performe this invaluablo In
vigonint and untieptic should at once bo
resorted to. Indlgeulon nlwayt produces
wi'ukti's of tho bodily powers. Some
time it happens that thouppetile demands
more food than the stomach can digest;
though not more, pcihups than is requir
ed to keep up tho full strength of the
frame. The ubji-ct under iucIi circum
stances, it to incri.'bsothodigcillvo capacity
of the assimilating organ, so as to rnako It
equal to tho duty Imposed upon it by tho
appetite, and capable of supplying the
buU'linyutnUrinlfJ th isf'm as fast a it
Is required. This object is fully accom
plished by tho u of the Hitters. They
tone and geutlv 'stimulate the cellular
mcmbrano which secretes tho gastric Juice,
und the result is that ihu solvcnt Is mingled
with the food In tuflleieut quantity to
convert till its nourishing particles into
puro and whuleaomo element, If, on tho
other hand, there l a ucllcleucy orulgef
tivo power, tho effert of the tonic II to
ttlmuluto detlro for food. In nineteen
Cisesci.t of twenty, headache, nausea, nei
vousness, falntlng-tlts, spasms, and, indeed,
most of the casual aches and pilnt to which
humanity Is tubjett, proceeds primarily
from indigvttlon complicated with
biliousness; and for both thi-o complaints
Hosteller's Stomach Hitters aro recom
mended as n speedy and certain remedy.
Illock and wbitn popl, probably in
the innocent belief that stea.Ing from
Thornton It not a crime, aro in tho habit
of mnking nightly and dally visits to that
gentleman's lumber yard for tho purposo
of picking up nnd carrying awny all the
stray boards, and so forth, on which their
innocent hands can bo laid. To their utter
dlimny Myers will, with his policemen,
mako u decent upon them somo day soon,
and then thoy will havo an opportunity to
cultlvnto the acquaintance of Jailor
Tho Yearly Festival of tho Kplscopal
Church tlio gabs day of that religious
denomination at well at of tho Catholics
Is Easter Sunday. Tho Church of tho Re
deemer cf this city will celebrate it in an
appropiato manner, nnd extensive prepar
ations to that end are now Mnc made.
Next Sunday Is tbo day.
To gusxle whisky it bad enough ; but
what about "gurggling" tho buverago?
Yustcrdny ono of our printort made XII 1 1
Lofl "gurgglo'' Paducah whisky. Now, wo
bold It to bo an undeniable feet, that ellh-
Ilill or tho printer should luso no time
in becoming utliamed of lilniiolf.
Occasionally a boot and shoo maker is
, found who it especially good on certain
klndtof work, but Uaugh Is good In all
brunches of his trade, and challenges com
petition. Ho invites a trial, and is willing
to guarantee satisfaction. He gives good
tuck, ii spteiidld fit nnd workmanship that
is pur cxcellenco. tf
Term Cotta Ware, which Thornton has
for saiH, it bocoming very popular for
builaing purposes. It it not subject to
rust from rain, as iron is, nor to rot from
exposure, as wood is; it it light, weighing
liltlo moro than wood and mucn leu than
iron; and, above ull, it is very cheap. Oo
and see the samples now on exhibition at
ihoniton's Huuie-Bulldlng Depot, Tenth
Do you like flth nice, fretb, toothsome,
most excellent tishf Of course. Alu.ost
everybody does. Lotus udviso youthen
to g.t to tho eornur of Eighth street and
Ohio Ltiveo, where Yoeum dealt in
Same and flh and milk, and where
"itud" Campbell presides undnows liow
to turvo tho p'lbli.-, and where flsh of all
the eatable kinds, from the rivers and
Ulttf Uh tbal every man and woman, of
ioo Nkws Tho Cairo & Vlnccnncs
Railroad will be built In certain contin
gencies, but the fart Is that Elliott & Hay
thorn aro now rccolving their spring stock
of mens', wnment', misses', boys' and chit
dre ii ' shoes in overy stylo and of ull va
rieties. Tbcfo goods will bo sold at tho
lowest eatfi prieti.
Wo ask nil of our old and new patrons
to call and examlnx our stock and ascer
tain our prices, but we wish it to bo dis
tinctly understood that we want tath em
totnera. No other kind need apply. Tho
credit sy.tem has played out with us, and
to avoid mistakes that creato ill will and
trout le wo havo concluili-U to allow no
goods to bo taken out of tho store on trial
unicst they aro first paid for.
To IlUll.liKltM, AMI AI.I.TUI; WoitLI) UK-
mm:. W. V. Thornton has this day ro
eolved samples of Terra Cotta Waro, en),
bracing Chimneys, Chltnnoy Tops, Jlrack
cts, Medallions and Tiling, to which ho in
vites tho attention of builders and the gen
Good Advick. "fjecuro tho shadow
ore the substaneo fall," i good advice, nnd
tboo who desiro to heed it should lose no
llmo In going to Worthlngton's gallery
and having their pictures taken. Worth
Ington is an artist who throws up tho
sponge to no other artist, and his work
gives general satisfaction. Ho copins and
enlarges old daguerictypcs, ambrotypes
and photographs, making them look as
bright at when u taken. Children's
pictures ho makos i. .pccialty, and docs
such work in tho forenoon. Tho rooms aro
over Ilockwoll ii Co.'h book store, on Com
mercial uvenuo. tf
Can You IIkmkvk it, Tho KxceMor
Mnnufaturing Company cmplovs so large
a force of workmen, thut u Charter Ouk
Stovu Is made overy six uiinutcs.
And even with this qiilcku s , t'10 sup
ply I hardly tqual to the demand.
TUlRb DAY, AMIIL &TII.
Court convened at 0 A. X. Default
wero taken and the Clerk ordered to assess
in the following cases: Henjamln Tlrad
ley vs. Samuel Hawkins ct al. George
T. all survivor, &c.t vs. John A. Poor.
Asst. Steele for the tuo of Clemson vs. C.
& V. 11. It. Co. Asst. Williams, for tho
use of Clemson vs. C. 4c V. U. It. Co.
Asst. rkhol vs. 0. 4 V. It. R. Co. John
Pollock vs. J. D.Anderson et. al., attach-
merit. D. Applcton St Co. vs. II. A. Uati
non, Ast. In tho case of Alex. H. Irvin
vt. William Nlgbtwlne, Asst., the cato was
dismissed at tho cost of tho plaintiff. The
rase of tho People, Ac. vs. Bernard Mi
chaels, charged with larceny, was then tuk
en up, llio testimony closed ami tho case
argued. Tho regular State's Attorney ap
peared but did not tako part in the proac
cutlon of Michaels. One of tho Jurors, Mr
Whltaker, was taken suddenly HI, yet tho
tame ttream of eloquence, which was flow
ing from the attorney at tlio time Mr. W.
was thrown Into a chill, continued until
tho brow of the Juror was scorched with
Henry Johnson (colored), charged with
burglary nnd larceny, arraigned and
pleaded not guilty. Sam. Ilrown (negro),
pleaded guilty and was by tho court sen
tenced to two years In State's prison, ono
week of same in solitary confinement.
Tho caso of Michaels occupied tho en
tire day, and resulted In a verdict of guil
ty and on ysstw in t kw 8 VsU' prison. Mo
tion made by defendant for new trial, still
Tho Grand Jury again appeared and re
turned a true bill against Cbarle Holly for
an assault to murder Mr. Keck, and a truo
bill against Arthur Boyle, for stealing four
hog of the value of f 100, the properly of
The manufacturing of this country Is
becoming very Interesting, and thoro is no
one who would not like to know bow each
und every merchantable goods is made,
though there it but fow thai know much
about tlio manufacturing of different arti
cles, anil tliero aro many who might know
more about each article tbejiwear if tiny
wcro a little moro Inquisitive, and there I
no ono who Is in the manufacturing busi
ness that does not take a prido In showing
his facilities in his branch of business, and
the process by which ho carries it on
though let It be over to small.
There are but fow know much about tba
manufacturing of fine jewelry and orna
mental goods. Wo too every day In tho
Cairo papers of tho advantages of Cairo at
a manufacturing point, and we think it bat
got great advantages, but we do not tee
tbo advantaguof being manufacturers of
flno Jewelry for two or threo years and
then surprising our frlnds by telling them
this piece of Jcwolry was made in Cairo,
by Tabor Urns., 83 Ohio I.evee. They
will at any tlnio show thoir friends their
ficilltics, und they can watch tho proceM
by which tho rugged rocks und metals aro
fsshlonod Into the finest ornamental pat
terns of Jowelry.
TA UK It BROS., M Ohio Levee.
I'Korr.K aro often surprised when told
that such and such flno articles of Jewolry
wore mado In Cairo.
Why should thoy not be, Jf'tlie necessa
ry patronage Is extended to warrant it?
Ali who are curious in such things,
or havo doubts In tho matter, are iuvited
to experience our facilities and watch tho
proves by which thoruggod rocks and
metals aro fashlonod into tho most orna
mental patterns of Jewolry. Call on us at
88 Ohio Loveo and we will soon satisfy you
that we can mako anything you may
want. TAUKIt BROTHERS.
of Cairo, oo Tuetdsy ere nltg, April , 1171.
Present Aldermen Klob, Metcalf,
Rearden, Soaso, Stratton, Swavne and
Absent Aldermen Buder, Carroll, Cun
ningham, Filicerald and Waldcr-6.
The Board proceeded to tho olcctlon of
a chairman for the ensuing year. A bal
lot being taken, J. 8. Heard c'n received
four votes, William Stratton received two
votes and H. Winter received ono voto
for tho position of permanent chairman
Mr. Iteardon having received a majority
of all tho votes cast, was declared duly
elected chairman of tho Board of Alder
men for the earning yoar;
On motion of Aldormen Winter tlio
reading1 of the Journal was dispensed with
The following bills .having boon rocom-
mended by tba Corneal lte on Claims to be
paid, ou motion of Alderman Winter the
rocommendatioa of the Committee was
concurred In. by lite following vote
Ayes Kleb, Hearden, Stratton, Swnyno
ana winter 0.
Aldermen xetcalf and Seaso excused
Bill of J. H. .Metcalf, 3 days
Judge at board of registra
tion $iu oo
" O. H. Seas. 2 davs ludso of
ooaru oi registration
" J. C. Sullivan, 1 day clerk of
" Louis JorgccMO, 1 day clork
" John P. Holy, 1 day Judge of
" C. F. Nellis, 1 day judgo of
" R. Fitzgerald, 3 days Judgo
ui ooara oi registration ana
" D. L. Davit; .1000 1 blank
atreet tax receipts 27 00
' Peter Waldcr, liaulinu i
drunken men to Jail, In full
of Mil for $4 00 C 00
ThffbillnfD. L. Davit, amounting to
125 00 for' advertising noticoof election in
June, 1870, having been recommended re
jected by tbo Committee on Claims, Al
dermen Winter moved that' said Davis be
allowett'one half tho amount of tald bill
The' motion was lost by the following
vote, vis :
Ayes Iteardon, Stratton and Winter
Nnys Kleb, Metcalf, fkase and Sway tic
An ordinance upon it first reading;, en
titled "an ordinance to amend section 106
and 109 of an ordinance entitled 'an ordi
nance to adopt the ordinances of the Citv
of Cairo as revised and codified.' "
On motion of Alderman Winter Jd
ordinance was laid upon tho table.
Upon it first reading : "An ordinauce
to amend ordlnanco No. 97." Alderman
Seaso from thn Commlttco on Ordinances,
Introduced and moved the adoption of tbo
foltowing amendment to said ordinance,
wnicti was adopted, viz: to amend sec
tion 7 of tho ordinanco to amend ordin
"anco No. 07 by adding the following, viz .
And all claim and account, oxcept claims
for salaries, which may be allowed at tho
tamo meeting of the two board convened
In Joint meeting at which they are pre
sented, may be allowed and finally acted
upon at the racotlogof tbo two boards
convened a abovo at which tbo report
upon tbcm by the committee, to which
they bad been referred, is mado and re
ceived' The ordinanco with tho umoiid-
mcnt was laid over under tho rule for a
Upon their first reading : An ordin
ance entitled "an ordinance to amend
section f!77 of anordiouueo to adopt the
ordinance of tho city of Cairo, as revised
and codified, and for other purposes," and
"an ordinance to amend lection 36C of an
ordinance entitled "an ordinance to adopt
the ordinance of tbo city of Cairo as re
vised and codified, 'wero read and laid over
under tho rule, for a socond roadlng,
Alderman Soaso introduced and Alder
aaan Metcalf moved tho adoption of tho
following resolution, which was adopted
Resolved, That aftor tbl month, the
regular monthly meeting of tho Board of
Aiuermen shall bo held on the first Tues
day after the second Monday in each and
every month at tlio Council utiambor at
7 J o clock, p.m.
Alderman Rearden presented the bill of
the Cairo City Gat Company for gas
consumed in street lamps from March 1
to April 1, 1781, amounting tof.170,fh!ch
wst, on motion of Alderman Winter, re
ferred to tho Committee on Claims.
Ifo further business' appearing, on Mo
tion of Alderman Winter, the Board ad
journed. MICHAEL J. HOWLEY,
AT THE ATHKNZUU.
Pant Ttaaumnf it KonntM.
We bayo great pleasure in announcing
to our citizens that thoy are at length to
have an entertainment worthy of tbo taste
and intelligence of tho public Prof.
Sidney, distinguished as a man of scionco
nnd letters, assisted by Pror. St. John, of
London, direct from the Royal Polytecnlc
of that city, will offer this evening, for tho
patronagoof our citizens, tho most taste
ful and elegant exhibition ever acen in
this country. Wo aro fully assured from
sources of thohighest authority that theso
gentlvman aro worthy tho patronago and
attention of nil who can appreciate what
is beautiful in art or wonderful in science;
and wo aro specially assured that all our
youth, of both sexoi, will bo highly grati
fied with their elegant exhibitions, nnd
that our ladles particularly, and all who
can appreciate tho wonderful and beauti
ful In science and art, will probably never
again havo so tine an opportunity to In
dulge a tasto for tho attbetlc. The Ictturt
sbown-us give nttiirancoof araro treat to
all classer. We hopo the professors may
be enabled to form a favorable opinion of
the tasto of our jieoplu.
Tuc Urie patent movaablo point steel
plow; one ovtra point given with each
plow. For sale only by
BEERWART, ORTII k CO.,
aOtf mo Commercial Ave.
Tnc 7i mt OP Mat, Mrt. C. A. Moyors
will open a grand lunch, including Beck
Beer. All those who aro disciples of King
Bacchus will partako of her hospitality.
Old King Cole was a me rr.r old soul ; n mtrrjr old
ul was lit,
II called Tor nls pile", Hecallnl for Ms ber, hs
called for his ndd(er three. tf
uintnthotjlio, i i.ii .
thnn nn v othnr rviifM. t ir. .,
will not refuse to taKo m, ur,ior from ,
ono lor ono or moro of the pumps.
The ico in I.itkn I
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low will becomo fresh and vigorous, by
usclng Simmons' Liver Regulator.
Cairo Conservatory oi Musio with
April will begin a now month. Pupils
will be received any time during thn
Tuition from S2 Oo to J5 00 pur month.
Is- you want a good, stylish and well
fitting suit of clothct, mado to order, you
mast go to P. Nntr, No. 7!) Ohio Levee.
thla n.tet .-.I XHk" LI''"'""
river, and w
uipocvou w arrive boforo daylight th
..lufuwig. a di win .do tbo first boat
.uo .luuu, jvt ooau wero runnini:
December and aitsln In fn.i. ..?
now claim that navigation Is open all tl
trnni .SMllwittiir attitf. il. A ... "...
-. . . -..v mumt w
mnn A nrplvAl In.... -. .
! . . V . u p . .UUllll
from Taylor s Falls, and mturnel In tK
CYcnmg.rreti, .yt.jf.tul, April lit.
A splendid assortment of bird cages,
moss baikets, flowor stands, flower train-
en, wiro cloth for window screens, bath
and foot tubs, dec, dec, Just reoeived.nt
UKKRWART, ORTII CO.S,
eCtf 13S Commercial Ave.
IIJJNOIS CENTRAL KAILROAD.
New Tiaaa Tssbl.
On and after 12:30, p. m., Sunday, Dec.
4tb, the following time tablo will govern
the arrival and departure of passenger
trains at Cairo;
Mail train leaves'at &40 a.m.
KxpruM 11 " at 3:30 p.m.
St. Lou's and Cairo Express
leaves ut 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaves at... 12:30 p.m.
Mall arrives 'J OS a.m.
Express arrives '.12:24 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
Tho last named train leaves St. Louis
at 10:30 a.m. Trader can loave Cairo at
1:20 a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:25 a.m., ro
main in tho city three hours, and return
to Cairo at 4:4i p.m., the same day.
The l-:30 accommodation and Cairo
and St. Louis express leave daily; all oth
ers leave daily excopt Sundays.
Way passengers should bear in mind
that tbu 3:3,0 jm. train makaa.oaly four
stoppings between Cairo nud Centralis
vis: joncsuoro, sjaroonuaiv, uu wiioiii
and Ashley. Tho 12:30 p.m. train stops
at an mo tiniions aiont: mo mote.
dec.ltl' Agant, Cairo
Cloning Out Sales,
Twcnty-tlva thousand dollar worth of
readv-madu clothing, bats, caps, boots,
shoes, trunks and valetes aro offered 'for
tale bv P. Noff, 70, Ohio Levee, at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, it being bls.inten
tlon to cloto out in that line, and embark
exclusively and moro extentively in tho
furnishing goods and merchant tailoring
This doting out snlo furnishes an oppor
tunity io ccuro cioining cheaper man ever
oeiora ouerea in mis market.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus,
" James Fisk, Jr, J'uducuh,
" City Chester, St. Louis,
" Poytona, S. O.,
' Charleston, ,
' Mary Alice, Ht. Louis,
" Petrel, Columbus,
" Belle Memphis, Memphis,
" Gum Back, K. O.,
" Will S. Hays, Columbus.
" Olvln Belle, N.O.,
" llistnarclr, N. 0.;
" Bello St. Louis, St. Lnttis,
" Liberty, N. O.,
O. Branch, St. Iv.iI.
" Illinois, Columbus,
" James Flsk, Jr, Paducah,
' City Chester. Memphis,
Peytona, St. Louli,
' Charleston, St. Lui,
Mary Allco, N. O.,
" Petrol, St. Louis,
" Bollo Memphis, St. Louis,
11 Gum Back, Ohio River,
Will S. Hays, Mound City,
" Viola Belle, St. Louis,
11 Bltmarck, St. Louis.
" Tyrono, ,
Bello St. Louis, Vlcktburg,
" Liberty, St. Louli,
" Olivo Branch, Now Orleans.
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PANTA THAUMATA KASMOU,
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Admission, 0) eenti; ClilMr'a
crnt. -! Small IJiilt.j
hlit ot l.ellrrs renialulnjc uuelalmtj la
Post Office .t Cairo, Illi.
MTThe river has
fallon 0 inches sinco
as at last report.
about tho tame
An Imi'oiitaxt Titt'Tii. Tim excite
ment throughout the country, occasioned
by tho lato revolutionary movement In
Purls, bat at last spread to Cairo, and has
been mado manifest in tho anxiety of
every mnn of good tasto to havo his boot
and shoes mado by Eblen, who is the boot
und shoo mukur of tho city. Hi shop is
on 20th street, nearly opposite the court
Fon Sai.k. I will sell my houto and lot,
i. i si S I a .Mn
Sltuaieiion svusi.iiigion avenue, W. ..uy, . . .,,.urtv
imtwnen 4th und fith streets. Cairo. Ills l ..
The,housois a two story frame, Bnitbod I , , 7(. f . , i nT,T-
t, and contains el,'hi rooms, con-
vnnicntly urranged. Cittern,, outhouse, ate.
Toe in easy. JOHN t3Hi.ISAN.
Rkuoval. Mrn. J; CumniingH wishes
to Inform her customers and the public
gonorally that she has removed her mil
linery goods from bur store on Eighth
atreut to tho commodious room on Com
mercial Avenue, between Seventh and
Eighth streets known as Mrs. Oswold'a
old ttand. Mrj. Cuminiiigt has addd
largely to her stock ot goods, and now has
a cheap, seasonnblu und fashionable col
lection of bats, boniuitt, ribbons, Ho., to
which she ask thn attention of old and
now patron. m'JIdlf
A PxitrKCT Rexkvator of tho system
carrying off the vitiated bile without tbo
aid of Calomel, or any mineral inedlcino
Simmons' Liver Regulator Is entirely vog
otablo and harmlers, and ought to be takaa
by every one. mar27d4wlw
Wantkd. f 5,000 on livo years' time,
for which it fair rate of interest will be
paid and a mortgage on unincumbered
Bui.LKTIK OfUce, or nddresH P. O, Drawer
Piano. A good fe'eond-huiHl piano for
ulo cbeip fvir ctah at t'je (kntvtor of
HOUSE AND LOT FOR HALE.
I will sell, on reasonable terms, my
threo story hotel and grocery building, and
lot, located on tho Ohio Loveo, opposite
the Central Kiova'.sr. This is a very de
sirable property being close to tho now
manufacturing establishment now being
erected in tho Fourth Ward, and is par
ticularly adopted to the uses of any per
son deslrlnc a stand for either the hotel
or grocery business. Apply, cither by
letter or personally, to .
The house heretofore occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Leveo between
Fourth and Eighth streets. This boute. If
not tho best business bouso Is certainly
onoof tho best stands in Cairo. It fronts
the principal steamboat landing and Is
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot
Apply next dcor at Robert Smyth Jc Co's
wholesale grocery store
s. The weather continues clear wltb tbo
thermometer at 81 In the cool.
Tbo Mississippi is still falling at 'St.
Louis and tho upper rivort aro on stand.
HjyTho Cumberland is again falling
and that rapidly. Elgh. feet is roporlod
on the shoals.
MaVThe Tyrone is tho packet for Nash
ville and Idlewlld for Evansvillo this
9Tbe Ohio Is falling at all points
wltb 7 foot a Inches In tho channel at
Pittsburg and 0 feet In tho chuto at LouU'
Dulls, mi. I.fna
t'mhlnjt, miss Lul
Johnsou, nils Moilii
I.unon, mrslt A
J.awtoo, ims K
Mmer, rnrsfesrnhR j
iiltca.WU MamlUin, VVP Hopkls. A,
i,,Aii H'r",?HjFU Humphrtj.
r.HM ids,.T HeDssv,J
aWThe Charleston finally decided to
go to St. Louil, and departed night boforo
last with an empty bargo.
WTho Tyrono brought 07 hbda to
bacco, 107 bblt flour, 8 buggies, 97 emptv
barrels for tho south and 17 ton iron for
the I. C. K. R.
The annual meeting of stockholders of
tho Cairo and Vlncennos R. R. will be held
at tho office ot the company, In
Cairo, Ills., on Tuesday, tho 20th of April,
1871, for the purpose of elocting Directors,
and such other business a may be noce
sary. U. It. i.AK fiU,
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE
That Peter Neff, No, 70 Ohio levee, is
losing out hi largo and well-selected
stock of clothing, boots, (hoes, lints, caps
trunks and valises, at and
It is hi imrooaj to embark more exten
sively in tlio merchant Ullorioc and fur
nishing good business hence the desire
to close out tha stock above entimrtpd.
Jf'uasu Cohk Mkal. M. 1. Gunter
having purchased and thoroughly repaired
th Kenton Corn Mill, wishes to inform
dealer and famPiei that they can always
bo mppliod with the very best articlJ, ly
applying at tho mill, corner of Commercial
avunue and Twentieth street. Give him a
Flour. O o co Family Flour in bbli
b If bbls., tack c, for sale at the Egyp
tian Mitt. Ml
llio llismarck discharged hero 11 hhds
gugar.9 bales mots, 0 pks groceries, prin
cipally for Nashville and 393 hhds sugar
125 bbls rosin, 100 baskets wine, 100 bbls
molasses, SOkegs do, 100 J pkgs hides, 20
bales most, 19 pkgt sundries for Chicago
and has a good load for St. Louis.
Bf. The. lames Fisk Jr., for I). Hurd &
Son, 2 hhds. tobacco; II. Myer 8 caddies
ditto, Stratton A Bird 10 ditto and
tho following for rushlpmcnt' 18 hhds.
tobacco, US pkgs ditto, 2 bx handles I
for St. Louis.
Alt'. Cutting of Metropolis hat entered
into a contract to build for tho Wlgglnt
rerry uoaipany or this city two large
iramier barges, each -10 feet long, 23 feet
beam, and t leet 8 Inches depth nt'hold.
Mi'ionrl Democrat, April 0,
BgfThe A. Baker will not disturb tho
muddy waters of tho classic Wabash or
any other stream ut present. Our state
ment yesterday to tho contrary notwlth-
standing. One of the largest and ono of
the smalloit stern wheel boats afloat, lln
Ida by side nt our wharf In a state of
masterly inactivity. They nro tlio Louis-
villi) and A. Baker.
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CAIRO AND NASHVILLE
The fo lowing ttesnisrs leav Calm
rOa NAbli ViLLK
on the dtys and at the houra below.Bt
TALISMAN, Every Monday at 6p.m.;
TYRONE, Every Thursday, at 5 p.m.s
LUMSDKN, Every Saturday, at S p.na.
rintreiiiinuri asaaf e apply oa board, or so
1IIGGS Jt MALLOUY,
JsnWUlf 1 OHIO LKVIE.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
The taullful aad llfilit draught stewer
J AMES FISK JR
t is- I . t . ana. . ...
srTea viru usiiij at a p.m.. tuj nawu aun
"inn as t iuk upssr(iv) twvwsti ut wsAAklUUS BOB
oiieun pul-1 o paironnge.
Tim excursion to Padueah by the til-
vor cornet bund will como off, it it thought,
noxt Tuesday, and the f'isl; It preparing
to accomodate a very largo party. Cooper,
who, in uddltion to bit other arduous du
ties as freight clork, Ac. kc, is also cap
tain oi mo lauius cuuin, is already pre
pared and anxiously waiting, in a new
suit from top to too.
Mr. Will. T. Power, formerly of the
Marble City, nnd now as agent for the
MlssUlppl Valey Manufacturing Com
pany Eureka Pump, is stopplnt; In tho
city for a fow days, after wi.icb be will
proceod to .Now Orleans, whero be will
establi.h head quartors. Tbo pumps are
on exhibition oa either wharf boat and for
Impliclty and power excel any thing wa
bavayetsuen, Either a balg or forM
ATTOIIXEVS k C0I!5H1LL1LH
Wllllata J. AlUat. I
taatustrl s. Wkeeler) '
biJtlMM1'1' "n,lon r"1 ,0 rttraad a4mlrll
mm Mafia f WltHers UtU.
Q.REEH sic GILAERT,
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