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THE OAIBO SXTXiLElTiaiT, APRIL 8
Sidney and St. John
Coimlnllpor Mnrincnt lllu ttrattcina ol
Art, Science and Hujnor.
tJuurne'l In the Warlii far Extent. Varlelr
PANTA THAUMATA KASMOU,
I Willi th uf of lh flnett Instruments er eon
Atlicneum, Hatardty ', April 8th,
tdinlMlon. SO rent! ChlMrrn u.Im 11 v-t.
iiirm. ir.iniunn Mini,,
Wn. II. slyer. Joo, il, Cannon
J NO, n, CANNON sic CO.
surt-for to K. U.Timi A Co..
WMOlllS IltttU III
STR.W A SILK MILLINERY
502 X. 4th 8L, cor. St. Csurles,
jitV H. KiptOfflc, RT. LtCM.
Orl-r. lil racelf e iouipt and eetefat atun
KyATKKM, TODD fc CO.
Import and Jotilrof
409 If. FOURTH STREET,
llMnatall tlma full aortmnt of foMoii
onj.1,1" a-Ki.L, which will b - l. at tli lowt
uvUit prie. Ordri olicitxl aud t.rumilY
IIITY NIIOK KTORR
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
HdLfc AflKNCY KOR
Shoes A Slippers.
1 1 unimerrlal Aveaao Cnraar afKlglilh
I i! -ill r
HlXM-sKIUTS mi l
tAIBO A N D N A S fi V I L LK "
Th fd tOttlun ttrapier Itate Calm
l Olt NAUIIVIM.K
th Isje nJ '. tl; hour Mo.nta1
TALISMAN, Every Mori J ay ai6p.ro.;
TYliONrf, Every Thurday, at 5 p.m.;
l.UMSOEN, Kvery Saturday, at 0 p.m.
r r Kr V t I )( apply on board, or to
BIGGS .V MALLOUY,
:nf , :s omu i.kvek.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
n.-i laui rut and liM lrnglit tror
liOUSU.Y Ii;itr.T,..-.-..-. Master.
l.ett Cairn U f at Jp di., aid Paducab dally
' a.m. Having superior aeeomrEn'Utiona ti
i i puU c pa'renage.
.4 WAIMaYMAH, M. U., 1'hysl-
clan, Surgeon and Accoucheur, for
merly ol Anna, t'nlon Co., Illlnole, hae perm.
aiutly located in city. OrTICE-Commerelrl
Airmie, Utarten .tr and Wh MreeU WVet rid,
lOKNCK-Cornfr Ninth and Walnut
JlTlCB-Orni-r Hixlh Btrl ed Oulo Uiee
orTICK HOCIV Krem a.m. u II m., and
W 1 1,1.(1 M K. ts.ITH,JI. D
ItKrtlDKSCB-No. VI, Thirteenth ree
etren WuhlriRton Arrnuo and Walnut Blraal
OFPCK.-l'.'ii ComncUl Au, uputra
WAKDNEK, M. 1., Calrs
altFiilDENCB-Oornr of Nlnflerntb t.,
Mad Wuililifton ?. OKKICB On Commrvlal
nr., me, inn I'o.toffli-K, OKFICP. fOUKB
from lua m to U in., (huoda)a eicrplcdj and
from '.' to 6 1 m.
OUlrr, 1U0 ComaercUl Atuhw.
timrelloura, Ntv 10 a.nt , v 1 I S p .
Il.Mcncc,No. ll,.NInih Mtrrrt, Cairo 111.
Li,E., M KEY
aVilllam J. AtlcM.
lUrticubr attention paid toriferand admlrslly
OMec Ittomi V 4i Wlllr
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
rVllllam II. Grata, )
VII. am B. Ullbtrt, V CAIK9, IIX.
Vi''"al utientiod'ten tu Admiralty and 9lanr
hi. i bualnea.
4rMea o Ohio !. HMiaaa 7 a
ovar rttr NalUaal
I'artica dun ring to purchase or leaia
oti on reaionablo tcrm can do io note
from the owner of tno Holbrook oatate.
who can be found for a abort time at
the office of S. . Taylor, Cairo, Illi.
Wo repeat It to-morrow it Kattar Hun
day. All the blackboard! In our public tchool
bulldlngt are undergoing thorough re
pair. Arthur Doyle haa b?n acquitted. Wo
alwAjti maintained that he would not tal
Call at Fitzgerald' aample room, cor
ner Fourteenth atreet and Cotnmtrclal
Mr. Frnnk Hundley, of th Illinois
Cintral whnrfboat, leave for New Or
leans thU evening.
Ticktti in the Vincent property draw
ing are in demand, (juite a laro nmu
bcr have been o1d recently.
Lieut. Mahony wa buiily engaged, jrei
UHay, In conaignlngto thair la't rating
plnoe tb'i remain! of ahit i hiilf do.ron
The i'itII war in France haa U-vii in
augurated, und Alba i still unchutitin
the inn of hrd l.rd with hl line ahav
The Cairo iter and HaiV.it Factory wai
etiKigud In tawing lumW yiterday pre
purlnj? the ninttrial for fruit bon and
A (;iety hai been I'liriri'.-d In
having foriu olijct thu "rlghth o!
an. It emtirric within itt r.in'
of cur tiiot luhitnntial citlzrnn.
Iturnelt aiKimid foTornl l)W'k on the
levee terday, tglnning with the .St.
Charles Hotel and going up in udoublu
terjw in space and Vlutl".
.Mr. Gamble i manufacturing u laro
number of of llrst-clait waon. 11 ro-
ceived, recently, a largo order from Ma
lorint:? place (! buslnej Kankakw.
Sherltf Ir-.in will placu hli deliniuent
tat-lUt in l! hbndi of tli: printer on
the tint day of May nuxt. (t
beboovct laxpayera to rnal a not- of thla
and ave rot.
'Our Olive" doea not like bablo over
much, but if tho were a man and hnd it
board, and knew how to nppreciatnagl
thing, she would not fail to be ahaved at
Alba'i barber shop, Commercial Avenue,
Cairo, III. tf
The "what-d'ye-cmll-lt," which was on
exhibition at the Athttia'-um Thursday
night last, hai changed ill mind and will
not show again in this city, It paid it
bills, became dlagiutrd with the quality
and quantity of the town, and vnmoo-ed.
Is there not a law providing that a cer
tain nmountot the feci arising from tho
protecution and trial of criminal eauej
shall go to the school fnnd : and if there
is, has it been complied with partially
Mr. Wm, J. Mltfnrd, uf Unity precinct,
came to the city .on Wcdaevlay lut, for
the purpovt of transacting some business
at court. On toe fullowing day lie. was
taken sick, and is now lying quite low at
the r ildcnco of Mr. Wm. Martin.
A large number of mechanics and la
borer! are engaged on the rxaln building
of the Hub and Hpoke Factory, It prom
ise to be one of the most substantial struc
tures In the city, and Is rapidly approach-
What enterprising genius, of capital,
will erect tenement house for the accom
modation of the employes of tho new man
ufacturing establishments? Are wu liko
the ghoat of Banquo, without speculation
in our oyot ? or is it lack of capital may
hap that's the rub.
Occasionally a boot and shoe maker is
found who 1 especially good on certain
kinds of work, but Hsugh Is good in all
branches of bis trade, and challenge com
petition. He invites a trial, and is willing
to guarantee satisfaction. He gives -bod
stock, n splendid fit nnd workmanship that
Is par excellence. tf
"Now, Squire," said one of the damsels
of the town yeltorday, "you know I halnt
notbink agin ytu ; but if I can make
twenty dol'ari by a change from venoo,
you don't l-"e nothing, nohow, and I make
It, you know." "Change from venoo"
business is brisk and incieaiing. AVbo
can n quietus put upon thh ? That's the
Yesterday morning tho hors attached
totbobuggy of Mr. Seaso becamo fright
ened at someobjoct, and dashed up Com
mercial Avenue-at a fearful rate, throwing
Mr. Seaso from tho buggy. In passing
Col. Taylor's ofBce, the buggy itrucka
hitch-post, tearing away tbe abaft and
damaging it In other respects. Fortu
nately, Mr. Sease eeenpod unhurt.
R. H. Cunningham. Esq., returned
from New York yesterday morning, bilng
lag with him a large itock of goods, pur
chased eiprtisly to meet tho want and
suit the taiteiof thU market, He now
oceuplei tbe Hamilton Block on Comuior
mercial Arenut, near the corner of (Sixth
itreet. Tbe ladles will, of course, drop in
Ant (.xaatatlWid admire tha styles. The
gentlemen, too, should not forgot him, for
ho hns made an excellent 'election of un
derwear for them.
There will be a big saloat the Ballard Tc
bacco Wurehouiothi morning, commcne
ing about 10 o'clock. From fifty toioven
ty flvo hogsheads uro on tho breaks. Quite a
number of foreign buyers are in tho eity,
and His hoped that a many of our citi
tens hi can conveniently do so, will at
tend. If you don't wish to buy or if you
havo no money to buy with, go nnyhow
lend your presence that costs nothing.
Storm signal item April 7 Morning
awoko shuddering through the grey
dawn a usual. Tho sun nroto and con
tinued to rise during tho day. After ten
a heavy wind, on a "high old tear" sprung
up and kept up. until just nbout bed-tirno
when tho moon ascending ovor tho left
end of the lofty pe.tkof.Snowden dissipntcl
it. Thu state of tbe Bnromoter, Thermome
ter, Hygrometer Italn Ouago and other in
struments, at the above definitely statod
periods, we don't know, bocauio we don't
posiess them, nnd to bo candid, wouldn't
know oven if wo did.
Tho attention of Marshal Cain is re
spectfully dlrocted to the obstruction of
our streots and nidowalks. There I an
ordinnnce prohibiting it. Wo have mrtdo
this nigg etion nt tho Inrtanco of our
friond, Mr. Thornton, nnd if Marshal Cflln
wlhe to nmkc hi tlret movu in thu mat
ter respectable, he will at on re pay lit at
tention to tho complainant; Mr. T., and
Intimate that it would bo commendable
in him to ot. mi exnmplo to the ob
stnictlonliU by removing the pile of liitli!
which ho has on exhibition in front of hi
warehoiiM on Tenth street. Ho will nut
doellne. If he do?, put tho law at hiui.
The law is the ihlnj:. ' What' Mtic;for
th g(oQ i saucd f'r tho gunder.
That ovurybody in Cnlro may enjoy the.
delights of Ice crenm, l'.motmde, and soda
water, during the warm weather which l
now close upon u, 1. .Snup ha titled up j
hit rooms at 10V, Comracrciul Avenue,
with all tho convenience! of a (Irtt-chus
saloon, l.ndier, Isdie- nnd gentlemen,
nnd furnilie can n aceonunodat'l at all
hours und rr.:iy visit the saloon with no
fear of btlng diturb.-l by Iniprop-;. chsr
actert, as ull auuh will bu rigidly excluded
from tho rooms sMUp'e ico crenm i; nl
way i. tho coldest and thu Ut, bin lemon
ade lemonade delicious nnd ill- foJu-walur
beyond comparison. Thosu who don't
believe It will t convifie by trial.
Dick .Smith i' the niinu of colored in-
dividual who u occasionally employed to (
labor lor Messri. Mratton V Bird. Bich
ard has Itie.'i au.pctcd for souiu time of
v.alklng off with arll:ls of 'grrcarlci and -"leh
like," withont paying for the tatue,
or e en mentioning it to his employer.
A "Job" was pal up on binvUst night und
it worked adailrably lava In tho Impor
tant respect uf catching htm in tho act. A
covered haw was placed before.,, broken
window in thn cellar, while Dick was
working there. ThU done, the parti to
thu "Job'1 went off to arm themselves!, with
the InUntlon of "peppering" Pick, when
he went for the ham. Upon their return
tho ham and Dick were both gono. Officer
Sbochan was informed of tho matter, and
Immediately traced Dick to a disreputable
den, where a dUreputablo female occupant
wa Just in the net of cutting it for n 'igood
square mal. Dick Is in Jail, and the
mattur will doubtless bo brought tot by at
tention of the Grand Jury to-day.
John Doe (? U a Memphis id mi nnd
posics all the traits of a native of the
Bluff and bluffing city. H reached Cairo
night before last, on the steamer Great
Itepublic, and his first impuUo was, like
Brown, tho sarcastic cuss of the Stanl'
liu Scientific Society, to clean
out "this ere town.' Like a truo
Mcmphlan he waded In hit stomach full
ofphtcn," his mouth full of oaths and in
his pockets six grim leaden messenger of
death, or bad wound. He had no money,
and becauso a saloon keeper remonstrnted
with him fur ordering drinks on "long
time," be jorked out his 'Vompsnlon" and
muttered something about "a corpse n
cold us n frozen ocean. ' Marshal Cain
approached him and told him to lehuvo
himself. Tbls ho declined to do, and was
about to play tbe same trick upon that
officer when tho pistol was wrenched from
his grasp. On his way to Jail he coolly in
formed the Marshal that "ho supposed
Cairo had no policemen, and ho wanted to
give tho d d town a turning oreK" Ho
paid eleven dollars and custa fr the at
tempt. JJlKK' Last nght at tho residence of
its parents, Willie aged tbreo months
and six days, son of .lamco and Eliza
Memphis and Cincinnati papers please
Bkmovai.. Mm. J. C'uiuminga v.Ube
to Inform hor customers and tbe public
generally that she hns removed hor mil
linery goods from her store on Eighth
street to tho commodious room ou Com
mercial Avenue, between Sevonth nnd
Eighth streets known tu Mr. Oiwold'a
old stand. Mri. dimming has added
largely to her stoak of goods, and now bus
a cheap, treasonable ana fashionablo col-1
lection of bats, bounuts, ribbons, etc., to
which she asks tho nttontion of old and
new patron. mSWtf
Ah Imvoktant Tkutii. Tbo excite
raont throughout tho country, occasioned
by tho latu revolutionary movoment In
Paris, has at last spread lt Cairo, and ha
been mado manifest in the anxiety of
evorv man of good tasto to bitvo hi boots
and shoes mado by Khlcrs, who is Me boot
and sboo maker of tho city. His shop is
on 20tb street, oar)y opposite tho court
Danokr AhiaD. A slngli spark may
kindle a flumo that will coniumo a city
and small ailments neglected, may end In
fatal disorders. Honrlng this fact In mind,
let tho first symptoms of dobllity or ner
vous prostration be met promptly with
Invigorating treatment. Foremost among
tho vegotablo tonics of tho ngo stunds
Hoitctter's Sloumch Bitters, and when
ever tho vital powers icom to lunguish, or
thcro is any reason to suspect that tho
animal functions essential to tho stistonn
tion nnd purification of tho body are Im
perfectly performed this invaluable In
vrgorunt nnd antiseptic should at onco be
resorted to. Indigestion nlwnys produce
wcnknoM of tbe bodily powers. Some
times it happens that tho appetite demands
more food than tho stomach can digest;
though not more, perhaps, than Is requir
ed to kcop up tho full strength of tuo
frame. Tho object under such circum
stance, is to Incrertsethodlgcsttvocapacity
of tho assimilating organ, so as to make it
equal to the doty imposed upon it by the
appetite, nnd capablo of upplylng tho
ouiWino-mafVriafn the tyttrm a fut n It
I required. This object l fully accom
plished by the. use of the Hitter. They
tone nnd gently MlmtiUto the cellular
mumbrano whlchcc-crel'vi the cjostric Juice,
and the result Is that thu. sol vent is mlnprlcd
with the food In sufficient qunntlty to
convert all Its nourishing particle into
pure and wholevmio element. If, on tho
other hand, thero Is n deficiency of dlget
tlvo iMiwer. the effort of the tonic ii to
stimulates desl.e for food. In nineteen
c.iH9'-t of twenty, headache, nnmea, lier-
routnes. falnlni;-flti, spasms, and, indeed,
tnotof Ihocinualuclie nnd puins to which
humanil v i ubJott, proceed prlmurllv
from iiidli;el!o!i cotnpllcntl with
biliUrui; an! fur both tbuau complaints
Hotetter'i Stomach Hitter urn r'entn
riieiidoil :i n peiily nnd certain reiue.l v,
l'Mfi.e aro oltcn surprised' when tu!d
thuU'ii'li und auch lino article of Jowelry
were inxdn In Cairo.
Why jhould thsy not be, if the nfccssa
ry pati"!.ee l extended to warrrtnt It?
All who ru curluu' In uch thing-,
or hav.i doubts In tho matter, aro invithd
tonxpcriencs our f.tcllitle and watch the
pri:tis by which the rugged roc!:i und
metal uro fathloucd into tit.- most orna
mental psttcrns of Jowolry. Cull on u nl
tff Ohio I.ovey nnd v.w will ion -ntl'ly you
that we enn tirikt atiytliing you may
snt:t. TAB EH BltOTHKUS.
(Ji)"i AnVHIK. "S-CIIM the fhttdow
er tlu rllb'tnr.t'tt fail, ' i grxxl advice, and
thole w ho il' -lru to he."! it hould lo.'c r.o
time in irolrnr to Wortblnglon' gallery
sndJiulng their pictures taken,
Ingtoii U an nrtit who throw
sponge to so other artitt, und hi wurk
give gmivrul luiltfuution. Hi: cojiic- and
enlarges old dnguertetype?, ambrotypes
and photograph., making them look as
bright v when ttr taken.- Children's
picture he muke cpccitlty, nnd does
such work in thu foronooii. Thu room uro
over Itockwtfl & C.' book "tore, on Com
mercial avenue. tf '
Gooi Nkw. Tho Cnlro & Vlnceunes
ilailroad will be built in certain contin
gencies, but tho fact I that Elliott & Hay
thorn are now receiving their spring -tovk
of men', women', mlste', boys' und children-'
shoe Ira every stylo nnd of all va
rieties. Thero gool will 1 sold at tho
loweu fmA jirxcei.
Wo ak nil of our old und new patron
to call nnd examine our stock and ascer
tain our prices, but we with it to bo dis
tinctly understood that wo want cn.'A nu
iomert. No other kind need apply. Tho
credit svatem has played out with us and
to avoid mistake that create ill will nnd
trouble we have concluded to ulluw no
good to o taken out of thn store on trial
uniethey are flr'tpatd for.
ELLIOT1' & HAYTHORN.
To Bcilukiv, ani alltjikWorlp nn
mdk. W. W. Thornton hu this day re
ceived samples of Terra Cotta 'Waro, em
bracing Chimneys, Chimney Tops, Brack
ets, Medallions and Tiling, to which he in
Titc the Httentlon of builder and the gen
For S.vi.r. I will sell my tuni'onnd lot,
situated on Washington avenue, west side,
betweon 4th and oth streets, Cairo, Ills
The houm I a two story frame, finished
throughout, and contains eight rooms, con
veniently urrnnged. Cittern, outhouse, etc.
Terms ny. JOHN SIIEEH A N.
TiiKriiMTOK M.iv, Mrs. C. A. Meyers
will opon a grand lunch, Including Beck
Beer. All thoso who aro dlsclplos of King
Bacchus will partake of her hospitality.
OM King Cola w a merry old toul a merry old
He celled fur nl rli e. he eallad for hi- lM-r. I
rallad for hi poddlrr three. tf
Kvxry particle of poisonous matter is
carriod out of the systom, the pule and fel
low will bocomo fresh nnd vigorous, by
usoing Simmons' Liver Regulator.
Cairo ConhkhVatokv or Mi sa with
April will begin it now month. Pupil
will be reived ' uny time during thu
Tuition from 00 to 00 pur month.
Frebh CguK MieaiU .V. D. Hunter
having purchased nnd thoroughly repaired
the Fon ton Corn Mill, wUhes to inform
dealers and faml'ica that they cuu always
be supplied with the very be?t article, by
applying at the mill, corner of Commercial
avenue and Twentlotb struct. Uivu him a
A Pkhkkct Ukxkvatoh of the system
currying off tho vitiated bilo without tho
aid of Calomel, or -any mineral medicine
Siminona' Liver Uegulutor is entirely veg
etable and hopilcis, and ought to bu taken
by every one. 'fniari7(JJpwlw
Special meeting of the Board of Alder
men, called for spccinl business.
Cairo, 111., April 7,1871.
Aldormnn Kcarden in tho chair.
Present Aldermen Budor, Kearden,
Hease, Stratton. Swaynu nnd Winter C.
Absent Aldermen Carroll, Cunning
ham, Fitzgerald, Kleb, Metcalf and Wnld
A quorum not being present, on motion
of Alderman "Winter, tho Board adjourned
until 3 o'clock, p.m., to-morrow, tho btli
inf., hftrp. M..J. HOW LEY,
ILLINOIS CENTItAL RAILROAD.
Stxr Time Tnhle.
On und nfte.r 11:0, p. m., Sunday, Oec.
4th, the following time table will govern
tho nrrlvftl nnd departure of pn.enger
trains nt Cairo;
Mall train leaves'at 4') a.m.
ExpreH " " at :t:30 p.m.
St. Lou.1 nnd Cairo Kxprej-
leave nt 1:20 a.m.
Arcnminodntion leaves at...l2:"l) p.m.
Mail arrives '2MS a.m.
Exprei arrive ',12:21p.m.
.St. Louis and Cairo Exprt'
nrrive IMS p.m.
Tho lat named train Icuvos St. Lnui
ut 10:30 a.m. Trndercjn loavo Cnlro nl ,
1:30 h.iii., reach St, Loul nt ":-'' n.m., re
main in the city threo hours, iitnl return
to Cairo ut -1:45 p.m., the sntnoilay.
' The V'J:3o accommodation and Cairo
nnd St. Jxui oxprrs loavu daily; nil oth
er loavo do,lly except Sunday.
Wuy i(ieiiger tinuld benr In inind
thnt thfc :':;i'l p.m. trnln make only four i
ctoppiin 'w.'twoen Ctiro ntid C-intralil
viz : Jone-horo, Cnrbondale, I)n Cjtiotn
n ml Athley. Tin: l'iaO p.m. train slop
at nil tho nation along the route.
Jec'itf Agent, Cairo.
HE-OPENING OV 'TsTe1-'I.OR. '.'.II!
On Sunday nexl, tho 'Jth irist.int, Mr.
John Hoe", will re-open the Florn Garden,
nnd invite public patronage. A hereto
fore thu Hurler i will be conducted in an
orderlyarid rcpoctable manner, o that
our bett ultir.vii, with their lamilic?, mny
vislt it with overy ni.urniicu of boiriu' cour
teously treat"-!, and of meeting r.o unwel
come character. It will lei l:oit In good
repair, nnd can be obtained at uny tlniu
for partlei or picnic, on icntunnbleterni.
TIioii.ii.iI refresluneiit wilj be providtil,
and the proprietor eordlally Invites the
public' to vltt hhi. After 3 o'clock P. M.,
Isenborg' trlng band will be on hand and
ilijemtro it wctet strain. ap.n
HOUSE AND LOT TORSVLE.
I will ;i'll, on renoible term, my
thre' story hotjl and grer building, and
lot, locnl"l on the Ohio I.-ivee, oppo'ltu
the Central Klovn'.jr. ThU Isnveryile
slrnblo pr perty being close to the new
innufn turln eitnblUhiiieni now being
froeted In the Fourth Ward, and I par
ticularly adoptM to th ihcs of r.ny per
on del I ritn; a tatxl for either the lintel
or grocery' butincH. Apply, either by
letter or personally, to
Tho house horctoforo occupied by J'nt-
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Levee letwceri
Fourth and Eighth streets. This home, if
not the bot buiino house I ecrtalnly
onuof the beat atundi In Cairo. It front
tho principal steamboat landing and it
iaur tho Illinois Central railroad depot.
Apply next dcor ut Uobcrt Smyth A CoY
wholesale grocery storu.
The annual meeting of stockholder of
tbe Cairo and Vlnccuncs It. It. will Ixi held
ut tho otHco ot tho company, In (
Cairo, Ills., on Tuesday, tbo 25th of April,
1871, fortbopurpo.oofeleetlng Directors,
and such othor buslnei us may bo nej.
snry. I). 11. LARNED,
KEEP IT ReYoRE THE PEOPLE
That Peter Nctf, No. 79 Ohio lovee, i ,
closing out hl large nnd well-selected
stock of clothing, boot, shoe, hat", cap
trunk and valise, of and
It is hi purposj to embark iiioru exten
sively In tho merchant tailoring nnd fur-
I nlshlng goods buiincs henco tho dosiru
to close out lhi stock annvo enumerated,
'Cloning Out Sulod,
Twenty-tlvo thousand dollar worth of
ready-roado clothing, hut, caps, boot',
shoes, trunks nndvaloes are ottered for
salo by P. Noff, 79, Ohio Lovee, at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, it being hl.inten
tion to cloe out in that lino, and ombark
oxclusivoly and moro extensively in tho
furnithing goods mid murchant tailoring
This closing out alo fitrnUho an oppor
tunity to'securo clothing cheaper than ever
bel'oro on'ered in this market.
, Can ov Hki.ikvk it. Thu ExcoUior j
Manufaturing Company mnploys so largo ,
j a torca of workmon, that u Chartor Hals
Stovo is mado every six minutes,
And oven with this qulckucss, tho up- i
ply is hardly equal to tho demand.
AVantkp. f 6,000 on flvo yenr.' time,
for which a fair rato of interest will be
paid and u mortgage on unincumbered
real cstato given for security. Enqulro nt
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II... . DM.. A ILu .,1,1.,... T 1 , Il.ni.'ii.. I
i . iu, i.mro, )iuiui. nn-uu.vi.'ii
It you vflUlt gpodi ulylhh and well
flttint; suit of clothe, made to order, you
must go to P. Notr, No, 70 Ohio Leveu.
A apodal- convocation of It. A.
Chanter. No. 71. will ho held ut
Musotilc Hull. thUJSattirduy uven-
loir. nt7i o'clook, for work In M. M. u
grec. By ordor of M. Ex. H. P.
" F. KOIIS.MUYKB,
Cairo, III., April 8, 1871. S.o'y.
The Urio puient moveablo point stool
plow; one ortra point given with ench
plow. For salo only by
HEERWABT, OUTII & CO.,
tttitf 130 Commercial Ave.
Ki.ouR.-Choicn Family Flour In bbU
half bbls., eel Ac., for nlo nt tbo Kt;yp- i
tlan Mill. flu
l'lANo. A good sccund-hniid piano fur
ale cheap fornnsh nt the Conservatory t
i .Steamer Illlr.ol, Columbus,
" James Fisk, Jr., I'nducuh.
Grand Tower, St. Loul',
' Great I'.epubllc, N. O.
N. Y. Casey, Ci.oyvllle.
Allaiitit ami bg, N. 0
John i.iiiiwden, .V.nlivilU
Tom Ja'per, N. O.
.lame l'iik. .Ir, 1'nditeah.
(Jriuiil Towor, .Momphis,
" tilOItt Kcpullllo, St. I.OIII".
' Idlowild. EvaiHvllle.
N. W. t'.i'ey, (Veyvlll.',
Atlmitii' mid I"?. .St. I.oul.
John I.uiiisilen, .
Tom Jnsper, Si. l.nuk
tow of coal.
W. '.'iiM.'V briHi'ht out
nt St. Loin.
Ippi en nil ti n todecllnt
Iwj.Tho rlvir ha fallen 1" lueh In
the :i'i twenty-four hour.
trT.TIio Janio l'ik briKli;hl S hhdr
I1H caddie tobacco for SI. l.oitl.
ji'S-'rin; Arknn'! Belle I th Evnii-
vlllo pNckot (hit evening.
tH.The Jno. I.unirden ir thu psickit
hi evening for N'a'hvillo nnd way point-.
RiriyTho James risk. Jr., 1 tlit roijiilar
radiicah nnd Cairo paekct every day eN
TijuTho tSreat Republic diiuhnrged
hero 74 hhds sugar, tn ah eoltVe. (Wl eaie
bitter- for Chicago.
EATf-There. I nochnngo in thecoudltlon
of business worth apeukiiig nliiil, l.olng
moderately active nil tho tlir.i .
Ca.tTp to tho oth Inst., 1,.V"0
el of coal hnd left Pitttlnirg for Clnoin
nsti and LouUvillo on thu privcnt ri.e.
tJ0-.Tlie lait few trip of tho Flak Jr.,
have been rcmaiknbly allm. "Wonder If '
that now suit of Cooper's hns any thing-to ,
do with it.
ft57The Ohio ti again swelling at
' Louisville with C feet 2 in tho chute, but
I falling at Pittsburg with t fet S inches
in tho channel.
-stVaTho Quickstep brought 03 pkgs for
I. O.R. 1!., 41 bbl potatoes, 20 bdls col
lira, 30 Ull s.ih, i) hhd tobacco, and 17 j
ton sundries for rc-tdiipmcm South.
BfJi.Tlii) John Lumsdon brought 120 j
hhd tobacco, DO sheop, 200 scks com, 18 j
scks prints for shipment South, and 1.'
pkgs sundrloifor St. Loul-.
ttirMllt Reed may be correct in saying
thnt Chnrllo Kvnns it engaged In thcluui
, berlng business, but from ull wo can hear
he contemplate going Into something oUo
KQl.T1io wrnther at tho prusont writ
; ing Indicate- a (orm oon, and ha been
j very warm for two days put, a hmy atmoi
phero with somu cloud and tho thcrmoin
ometer S I uro t Iio evidence).
The river editor of tho Padiicah Ktn
tuekitin, grumbling nbo-it thu bent day bo
foro yesterday says -. "A for un, wo tried
ihohhudo but thoro was nothing re
freshing about It.' Slrango! No window
ahade, or shutter, ever went back on u
l3XTho Idluwlld brought for Juo. j
Reiuioy 28 boiler lines, Cli n. Gullgher 27
sks wliunt, A. Macklo 2'i'O ik corn, and
tho following for ro.lilpimuil south, 30 kg
boor, 250 door, JVSblmdi, 10) bbl Hour,
ull buliM hay, M k br.in, 309 kk corn, SO
aWv"Tho Anna dUchiirgcd burn for l.
Artcr&Co., lot groceries, Wni'M. D.ivld
aun 2. grindstone, 8 pkg sundrle, Win.
Henry !t bxs fcU'iilrlo C. It. Woodward
ltd IhJI felloes, 14
niiulrle. l'arvn &
Io pokc, 10 pkt-i ;
D.ivU, 12 pkg Glus- f
(rSTTIioPos Arc, a tealuboat built at
J'aducah in lfr.0, by A. I.. DuvU, I nt
Memphis awaiting fur n boat to tow her
up to l.ouisvillo, where she will he torn to
piece and hor machinery transferred to
tho now steamer built by thu Klllat. The
Do Aao has been in the aervleo. ten year,
and few laiat Jmvo liv
I it long or dono
a well. W. yfirnW, Olh hut.
ggy-Tho following paragraph will bo
cad with orruw by liot of pool
long both riven :
CaptajuILAi Ojloby, commandor
thoitonmei J .hn K)l(jnur, tiled, tk'l
"n .i,iiniiiiiii'iii, nt in riarfcfl,.f
UHiliimi ciinnty, hentueay. Ho ha Veen
on the river fur 20 year, mid was former
ly elerk of thn I'eytonn, nnd hn hot oT
friond who vjIII be grieved to hear of hi
dentil, lie we 41 ymr old. Flags ot
bmiti in orl will lie nlf mat lo-mor-r
iw In rmpect to hi memqry, Cui. C5im
rrm 1 MWT tWTnMkvaA'
ii mi mmi i ! i
THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED -
The CnmpIPtiMi, Siniplcit ntlfTIt
Sewing .Itnclilno In t'i. ,
I'-or. 8h SI. &Wasriington AVe
riiu deeiMf-.' I'.eitVVliiKVI.SV if A
IMtoi lie-. fle .. , ,. , '. ,. Jt Ih-ji-kiintin,
ind M i-'- Hiey tjfrtner. 1
a-'-O'' il.-n -cvt -npoiMvf. ,
.It ui vur fjii. (ii any k.iiM el t,o.-1. i, i, ,iraH,
u lii.fir f n few U"iw tt'. mu'IVj rertiaat
i. t.m, , f.i. ir to ton nvrr -irn und tSnrnrrj,'
i i -will,. ml ul. nice nf -'r'.'Jv nr Irfl-I.ai,
, Cloih-iu '"I ,Vi,v," n'n" r"rr ptfffrlt. .
.' ,il iir, 4MI lliAl it I- " ili lli. ni ..r r-iMii,
..niiii.'.. ,i..l;' ki (p. tfijiv,...! f. rexai.i
, i .mi
i J. .-r-t I) idei-Invea vn ,i ms. .nl uin-rem
. ivl ,r hn -li, :m. rf-t" "'"ll- tnrif HI who
m mm mum
M'.n ''rtiir- .1 I i J'.e i! e,,, i : -iv ,i.'i
ii; li" liere,
Cull nnd Gt l it i ire.itldr.
f iv." a"eToj.Va"s7
i'R.i.i.r. . .
flLTH AND LUMBER
M.....u ni i:, o.v..
Hill iirdAn rin.M.Mii.i A.. til .Jl
ii'jiiiecii 1.UIIUIIUI uuuKTiasn
Inflton Avonues, .
AucmIh 1'iir Kuclt lllvrr Pnprr
romj5:ui3-Mu:;t:Isliio; I'elt mill
z:.Y. Joint's Iinprov'! Ilvwl
li:u:ih tij on Im in.'. " j
HOOTS i'D UOVX.
110 OHIO LEVEE.
Onlro. XI s violas.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Y9f . EOLEItS,
BOOT IKD SHOE MB
Itctivooii Wiislilugtou Av t Poplar St
lloolsauil Nhora Tfaite to Sirdar. k'lssM
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
It 1- IMrker ,1, r. lk
pAKKER .V lll.AKi:.
WHITE M. INC, OILS
Window Glass und Putty.
Ilriialira, Wall Paper. U'ludaw Bhet
11.1 OHIO t.KVEE,.
( '.j j.C)
HoiUer lu' - ff'l "4
M I L LI N ERV
l.aillo' FiirniRhlii Goml, i
Corucr Mntl NlreeS,
All kini. fi billing lor l.xJI"'nr rusdt'to
order, or leady uudo. Al.o, a fullujoruikalajr
r m ri n
H S H Q fi. ' 5 1