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THE GJLTJEUD BTJXjLETiaST, APBIL 12
AIi. EN. MULKDY
TTntlVVVJ a. liniKuirinmi I
1 1 1 If M M . tllkH
Particular attenilon said to rlf'r and admiralty
OMee Rooms T WlistarM Blfsrk.
TT'lDVVrtl IVnrnllVutllnBu in.
Ill in . Ullbari. I iia.
1 1 v. uiiu.a
HpeciaJ attention kItm to Admiralty end Sletia.
Tr iijr naiitinai Bank.
4 WIDflYHAIi. m n m .!
a . i in 1 1 . . . r. .... ........ i
.riiur. iKiwrtn will nuu h nirrvi. ..... mm'
uuiE-uoraif n n n ami wainnt
FKIOIC-Conier Hiith Btrt ana Ohio Lave
YVWr. HOUIU-From 9 a.m. to It m., a.
17ILLI1.1C R. HMITII.M.
iwo Whln-loa Atenue and Walnut Street
it KC K.-U. rtttieif ial Mi i n ir-
WARmEH. M. U.. Calm
flL'.i.Ilt.'.,. . . . . ..
Jin Ida m to lz m,, (Hundajs excepted and
om I to S p m.
0cf, 130 Commercial Arena.
c Hours, St to lOa.n, liala.i
Rlirncr, No. U,.Nnih trrt, Cairo III.
CAT 110 AND NASHVILLE
Th folowlnx tmrt lae Cairn
unlh days and at lh hourblr.nnied
Til I1IU1V L U I . - .
TYRONE, Every Tburtdny, nt 5 p.tn.j
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, t 6 p.m.
far FrdKht or i i-ly on Urd, or u
BIGGS A MALLOItV,
J.nWIlif J 74 OHIO I.RVBK.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
The VaUlful and light drangM tatnr
i a r it a. tp i civ t r
UatH Cairo dels atej m., ajd iViacalidail
I I . in llal.- .iiM.al.a -mm m ......I .h.
la sow abua4anliy tupp.ied trith
To wiiicn 'itlt ul;l) .aril! untiof
Hit Jim ml rrciVfI full I id ot
ri' I t 4JIIB. 41 . Cllt.
Ualoon, dulpuro Larea, Mom
Trinim.Rfu, ilk m4
Crocket lluttoui. 1'laih
ml Trlaaas.la.r- Vlrl. Milk lilaaav.
HATS and BONNETS.
Flae KM (JIviBfa,
aitos and ChildiM1 ShoEt
And a lull and complete aim k of
All of which oa propoaa to aril at
Tke Very Lawcil Cat It Pricca
Hha loTHf tha ladlea to call and her !
Hht. la fllrrtnln(l La mm ntntn imr rtittm (a tn
naait ofhatlns "Thr Cheap Mora."
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
R K Parker il. p, Blaka
pAMKER V BLAKE.
WHITE LEAD. ZING, OILS
rTUaw GUii am Patty.
raibi Wall Pavar. Wladew
ft OHIO AtEYKEi
Cairo - - - - lllinoei
ALTER MALUM I.
' AMD 0EALKI8 IN
Eighth St., between Washington i
Atjala BltiaaaBa da HaajMy'a.
Euntka baat of Baui. Pork. Mutton. Val. Lank.
tau(Mi and are praparovi to atrf a ciuaaaa
in tha ami aiaakar.
f he nIlDtin.
1 I'l VI n I I 11 I tl lij I jl I I
I'nrtlM dciirlnr; to purclimu or lene
lott on rentonible tcrmii can do to rune
from tho owner of tb Ilulbrcok eitatn,
who can bo found for a abort time at
thoofflco of 8. S. Taylor, Cairo, III,,
Tho city, vlowodfrom a nowipapcrlal
standpoint, ! dittremlngly quiet.
The Fik, wilt a fair and gy crowd of
p1caiuro..eelter, left yctorday fivenlne
on hr excunlon trip.'
Thu calico bop, Rlvcfi by l'roffor
ChnrlcK Hardy, at tho l'lillbarrnonle Hall,
night before lattwaan very ploitant affair.
Mr. Wood, h ahootnaker, who wan nhot
by Mr. Putr.e, a ibo;tnal;cr, for bavlnj; tho
form, gait HDd flguro of n female, U recor-
The civil war In Franco ha Won In
augurated, and Alba it ttill enchanting
thonifn of hard boardt with 111 Ann ahar
Mr. Morgan ablpped tho matorlal for n j
printing officii at Shawnvetown day beforu
ycilerda-. Ho czpecU to follow In a few
Wo direct tho attention ot our rtadem J
to the proc-wllng. of tho County Court, I
which eccuplm tho flnt patjo nf thii lni
of the IIcllkilv. It will riniply n-pny I
deliberate and careful perunl.
Wood', firm fif llm pilot oi'tbetow-tioat i
(jam llrown, von tobbed of n cot about i
two wwlt alnci;. Thu thief '
wa romniittvd to Jail by Squlr ltro
'Our Olive" dor tint liko bablea over- '
much, but if tho uero n man and had a!
beard, and I new how to appreciate a good I
thing, iho would not fall to be r-haved at
Alba'a barber hop, !otnrnerclal Avenue,
Calm, 111. tf
sIt u n cow, and not n corpulorit indi
vidual, that playud havoc ltli the Soventh
treet sidewalk. Tbu proper ropaln have
been made, and wo tender our apology
to all parties concarnoj for the mlttakc.
For indecent conduct on tbo treet yci-
terday Patrick O'llricn wai flnod by
'Sq'ulre Sbanneity ten dollar anil coli.
Ue wai teverrly riprimanded for hi baie
naa,withnulthe llgbtet perceptibly elT'ct.
Hn wai all Indlffiirnr.cc tho brutf.
In looking at thn school children us !
thy pii dally ta and Irom the
schools, onn cannot help but nolo
and admire the physical qualities of Cairo's
futum men and woman. Cairo parent
bavo abundant cause tu fuel proud.
Mr. Charles Wilson who it conceded to
bo thu Jub printer pir trttlltntt of thl
section of the country, U expected in tlM
city to-day from Memphis and will tako
charge of the mechanical department of
tho liUM.rri.v printing cttnbllihment.
A legal gentleman from Bllard CMinty
amused tho levceitei yesterday afternoon
by hli attempts to dance the tailors' horn
pipe and the highland fling to the air of
.'My Mary Ann," whittled by some of the
spectator. So ono protent aliened that
h wat a Good Templar Jutt nt that
hour in tbo evening, at lea at.
( lira ilnna.11 w m tMvit unil ahn tn.L'Ar la
found who it otpeclully gool on certain j
kinds of work, but Baugh it good In all
branches of hit trade, and challenge com
petition. He invitet a trial, and it willing
to guarantee tatltfactlon. He give, good
lock, u tplvndld fit und workmanship that
it par excellence. tf
The Mullktim job rooms liavn received
within the past threo weoks, three new
black walnut cabinets, two prettet, and
three new iron standi, the latest im
provement in the vmUrxtUt of a job
office. A new dreit has also been pur
ceased for the paper, and U hern. Tho
flnt Itsuo of the enlarged Bulletin will
appear on Sunday week.
K, II Cunningham withes it borno in
mind that he has removed from tbo levco to
tbo threo itory building, Hamilton'! old
stand on Commercial Avenue, second
door from tho corner of Sixth street. Hi
old friends and patrons aro all invited io
call and examine his new stock of Spring
and Summer goods. tf.
Tba chain-gang day before yesterday
put away twenty-teven porken all of
whom met an untimely end through thu
vice of gluttony. The cocklo
plant, now springing up In
every portion of tho city, I death on hogt(
and if pork raiser would savu their
bacon they should pen their roaming
The sneak tbievos and confidence men,
Cranky Parker, allaa J. S. Uayct, and H.
Porter, alias George JJurland, were tried
by ajury on a charge of vagrancy before
Kaqulro Brost, yesterday. Tbo charge
wa sustained as against Hay's in whoso
poaotiion burglars' tool were found, and
a paltry fln of ten dollar assessed by the
jury, We Aid not hear the evldonco in
tha cue, but It doe appear a little singu
lar tbat a Cairo Jury could convict one of
tbo most notoriously bad and dangerous '
character in this section, of vagrancy,
and then nnd it in their heart to assosts
only the lowatt ptualty of tbo law againtt
him. Cairo can b tilled with thieve. In
torty-elghl hour who would bo delighted
with jutt tueli tcrmi.
Tiut everybody In Cairo may onjoy tho
delights of Ico cream, lemonado, and soda
water, during tho warm weather which Is
now close upon us, P. Saup has fitted up
his rooms ut 102, Commercial Avenue,
with all tho convenience of .t flrtl-clats
saloon. Ladies, ladies nnd gentlemen,
and families can bo accommodated at all
hours and may visit the saloon with no
fear of being disturbed by Improper char
acters, as all such will bo rigidly excluded
from the rooms. Saup'a ico cream Is al
ways tho coldest and tho best, hli lemon
ade lemonade delicious and his soda-water
beyond comparison. Thoso who don't
believe it will bo convinced by a trial.
Annie Porow and Annio Golden wcro
I yeterday lined ton dollars ench, for their
paitimo the evening previous. Both were
committed to Jnll In default of payment
J ........ .
Tho key had scarcely had been turned on
them when they flow ut each other, nnd n
torritic battlo ensued. Itwua poiltlvoly
savage, nnd would have rctulted scrlounly
had not the shrieks of Golden brought
.McIJalo to hur aid. Iter face was covered
with blood, bor clothes torn from her per-
on, and a quantity of her blonde hnir uf-' A v lM1.0KTASX Taurji.-Tho cxeile
flclont to mako aetylWi chignon, layrcat- . . tiJroU,uout tiJ0 ountrv. occationed
tcrM over tho Jail floor. It ym not wita-
out snmudilflculty trial tbo old Imgi were
icpirntitl, nnd asii;ticd to different apart
ments. Golden tecnu to think that thu
amusement K becoming irktome, and de
sire to stop it. Not o, Pornw. Like the
billlgeront warrior of old, her "soul's
in arm and eager for the fray." Woe,
woe, lo Golden, If Perow cm clutch her
"FilZ''!iald'o!.iiimlu room, ' is tho pleas-1
ant imine which "Hie Aiuerman irom use
Tlilnl," U' chrWtcned hit new place, ,t ,,W)ionv pranged. Ci,tm, outhoutc.eto.
the comer of Fourteenth trt and Com- ( Tefn .HUIK rillKKIIAN'.
im-ri'lul Avenue. To ray might in praise m.-hlO.lim
of hit lliui wine', liquora and cigars would . .
bo altogether superfluous for bis aloon Saji aiiAiii'LEr'a Sm.vkr Show, This
never contained any other mrt. 1IU ( novel troupe will given Krlf.of onter
frieti'l', while "on thu wing" in that part 1 talntnciits ut the Vthcntcuio, commencing
of tbu city, are cordially Invited to drop
In and see htm.
"You seem rutonlihed, at thu algnaturo
to the copy of tho telegram, sir tho next
t...i.lnl ,.f lt.. I'., It... I l-i.J . li
ft ll.IUVII.VI ...W ....1. ...... WO . ,,,
dived into hi cout pocket and extracted j
therefrom u photogrnph ot himulf nnd n
ivpy of his political platform which lie I
presented to Mr. Carrlgau. The old I
liUthertkito rattled away there at a for- '
ful rate, devoting himsc.f mainly tc hi j
pni'ptuU for the presidency. Ho regard
hltutelf at tbo next pr'eldept beyond the
pc rt.J venture of a doubt and to informed
Mr. C. Ho wat at the time, about Ave
day ago, en-routo to Memphis, wbcro he
is cow dally and nightly holding forth to
crowded audiencct. Could'nt he be in
duced to harangue the peoplo of Cairo? lie
would draw immonsely. Anything for a
KxiiAi'Kno.v. Invalids, broken down
in health und tpirt,by Chronic Dyipeptia,
or suffering from the terrible exhaustion
which follow t the attacks of ticuto dliease,
tho testimony of thnutandt who have been
raided nt by it miracle from a similar ttato
of prostration by Hottettnr't Stomach
Bitters, it ti nuo guarantee that by tho
tamo mean you too may bo strengthened
nnd restored. But to thoiu who stand in
peril of epidemics, to nil who, by reason of
exposure, privation, and uncongenial ell
mato or unhealthy pursuits,
may at any moment be stricken
down, this paragraph It most particularly
and emphatically addressed. You, who
nr thu sltuutod, iiro proffered an nhtoluto
Life-guard against tho dangor that mena
ce' you. Tone nnd regulate, the syitem
with tlit harnilcjt medicinal stimulant
and alterative, and you will bo forearmed
against tho maladicii wlio'io seeds float
around you In tho uirunsoon. Hostcttcr's
Stomach Bittern aro not only u standard
tunic and alterative throughout tho Tinted
State, but they aro accredited by tho
ccrtlflciitot of tbo most distinguished citi
xen of tho Union, to tho peoplo of all
other lands, in Canada, Australia, and
the West Indict, they uro gradually taking
tho place of all other stomachic, whether
native or foreign and turoly at truth Is
progrestlvonnd denionttration overthrow
doubt, thoy will ovontually supencdo
every other invlgorant and restorative
now employed In medicinal practice.
Tin: now barber tlrm, ut the popular
land of Fred. Theobold, uro growing in
favor every day. Tho proprietors, Mettrs.
Jlrown & Edwards, it woll potted in their
business, and Gus Ilimo it a barber who
cannot be excelled In Cairo. Tho room
ha beon refitted, nnd ho who would en
joy n lino shave a glorious shavo thould
remember tho placo-Sixth street, between
Ohio Lovoo and Commercial Avenue.
To Buildkiw, an d all the World iik
MDK. W. W. Thornton hat thl day re
ceived tamplet of Terra Cotta Wuro, em
bracing Chimneys, Chimney Tops, Brack
et, Medallions und Tiling, to which he In
vites the attention of builders und the gen
The first op May, Mrs. C. A.Meyer
will open a grand lunch, including Beck
Boer. All thoso who are disciples of King
Bacchus will partake of her hospitality.
Old King Coin was a merry old soul ; a in err)' old
aenl was ho.
Ba called for nl i e, ho called for hi br, he
called for hla paddiara thro. If
that'., it .don't know mo,evidontly. Well, I '''r'3 U'ni 3Iu"rt Hall tail night.
I will Intryluce myself-Traln, sir, George ' A mvA thoroughly dmlghted with the
Francis Train, thoriext I'ro.ident of thu performance, which consisted of wonder
Unltixl Stutc havo heard probably J ful lllu"lotii by Logrenla, the great magi
of me before; y, quito , clan, and tho u.tonhiiing feats of birds and
likely yon havo." And with that the for ; nniir.al. Tint show is one of the moil
mida'blV opponent of Victoria Wuodhull, . pleasing tbul but vi-Jtrd thl clly for
Tho Court was devoted o the argument
of motions, and demurrers. At II o'clock
tho caso of tbo pooplo vs. Wchard Smith
(colored), charged with breaking Into tho
store of Stratum & Bird, nnd abntrncting
The Jury rftlred at 3 o'clock P.M., and
after deliberating a short tlmo returned a
verdict of guilty of burglary, and on
tenced the defendant to 1 year in the
Molllo Wilit.n, charged with atfallng,
Circuit Court. Tito morning setsion
wa. almost wholly consumed in tho argu
ment of motion". At H o'clock tho cso
of Dukes against McClure, wan taken up,
F. K. Alblght appearing for tho Plaintiff
nnd .ludgo Allen for tho defendant. Tho
( is-. i..:..r
t c" was sunroi.wu w m jur, ...v.
- "Bu""!"v,"" .,1..": v
diet lor Plaintiff $427 M.
Tho caao of McDantol Guardian & Co.,
vf. fJulllvHii. Mfjinrs. Orcoii and Oilbcrt
for defendant, Judge Allen for Pl.ilntilf,
Is ttlll on trial.
h , . rcVolirtWnafy movement in
Purl', has at laitprcad to Cairo, nnd lias
been made manifest in the unsiety of
overy man of good tnttc to have his boot
nnd ihoes mrulo by Khlen, who Is (he boot
and shoe maker of the city. Ills shop is
on 20th street, soarly oppoilto the court
For S.u.k. I will fell my houscmi'l lot,
liluated on Winhlngton avenue, west side,
bet worn .'Itli and oth streets, Cairo, -Ills
Tho bourn is a two story frame, llnlshcd
.i,,,,,,,,),..,., un,l r!hii nl..l,t rn.,.,1.. n,t,
1 next Monday.
Thu Cineinnati Ennulrtr of Iho Olh of
February, speaking ( f tin' performance
there, -ays :
"Sr in Shamluv'i Silver show drew a
The mot Intending feature of tho
evening' rltvrton wat, howevur, the giv
ing away of wutche. and ttlvcrwaro.
Everything was done In good inlih, and
In strict rtccordtinc" with the advertise
ment. Burrelt of flour, watches, nt.d
ilverv.nr of various kinds were dUtrlbu-
teJ with the mrtt reckless disregard of ex
pense. A poor boy, unaccustomed lo
tuch luturie, drew a ilvcr watch ; and
persons who evidently could put the
thing to good uto, carried off-dlverplated
cake basket, Ice pitchers, &c.
Can Vol' Believe it. Tho Excelsior
Manufattiring Company employs to large
a force of workmen, that n Chartor Oak
ritovu I inmlo every sir minute.
And even with thlt qitlcknc, tho sup
ply I hardly equal to the demand.
A Peevkct Henevator of tho ytem
carrying off tho vitiated bilo without tho
aid of Calomel, or any mineral tiiedlcino
Simmon' Liver Beguhtor It entirely veg
etable uud harnile', nnd ought to bo taken
by every one. fjnar2"d&wlw
Day boarder can tecure good ac
commodation at tbo St. Nicholas (former
ly the St. Jateci) at $1 per week. Tho
houtclt at tbo corner of Ohio Levco and
Eighth street, n central location, nnd it
nronrietored by Harry Walker, who is
allvn to tho wants of hit patrons. Par
ties deiirlng boarding and lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at the ollljc.
A Woman'si Hiuitr. Wh bold thlt
truth to be pclf-uvidetit that all women
aro endowed with certain inalienable
richu, niiiing whien aro life, liberty, nnd
ii Chartor Oak Cooking Stove. Tho latter
Is nn inditponsablo prerequisite.
A tplcndld astortment of bird cages
mots baskets, flower stands, tlowcr train
ow, wire-cloth for window screens, buth
nnd foot tubs, &c, &e., just received nt
BEERWART, OBTH &CO S,
aOtf 13d Commercial Ave.
Thlt I no npology for whisky drinking ;
It U a medicine that cannot be used to in
toxicato; it produce! it tonic effect, nt
woll ut uctt as u cathartic. In fad, .Sim
mons' Liver Regulator it pronounced an
Who it it that does not liko smoking
hotbltcultt for breakfast 7 Tho Famo
Cook ttovo will bake them in five minutes'
tlmo by tho watch.
TiiECalroBook Bindery hat been re
removed to tho Bulletin building corner
of Twelfth street and Washington Av
criue. Every, particle of poisonous matter It
carried out of tho system, tho palo and Fel
low will become fresh ami vigorou, by
tmeliig Simmons' Liver Regulator.
Piano. A good second-hand piano for
ale cheap for cash at the Conservatory i f
music. . d
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
New Tlmn TnliU'.
On and after 12:30, p. m., Sunday, Dec.
4th, tho following tltrro table will govern
the arrival and departuro of passonger
trains nt Cairo ;
'Mall train loaves at 0:40 a. in.
Kiprt-3? " " at , 3.30 p.m.
St. Lou's and Cairo Exprcn
leaves ut 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leave nt... 12:20 p.m.
Mnll arrive '2M a.m.
Express arrives '.12:21 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Kxprcss
arrive 4: 13 p.m.
Tho last named train leaves St. Louis
at 10:30 B.m. Traders can lcavo Cairo at
1:20 a.m., reach St. Louis nt 7:'-!o a.m., re
main In tho city thrcn hour, and return
lo Cairo at I: l" p.m., tho tamo day.
Tho ii!:20 accommodation and Cairo
nnd St. Louis express lcavo dally; all oth
cm lcavo daily except Sundays.
Way patjenger should bear In mind
that the 3:30 p m. train makes only four
stoppings bctwoen Cairo nnd Centralis
viz : Jontboro, Carbondnle, Iu Quoin
and Ashley. Tlio I'M'JO p.m. train stops
nt all tho stations along tho route.
dec3lf Agent, Cairo.
HOUSE A Xl LOT FOR SALE.
I will tell, on reasonable tortus, my
threo story hotel nnd grocery building, nnd
lot, located on tho Ohio Levco, opposite
thu Central Elavn'.sr. Thl Is arcry da
alrnblu property 1-clng close to tho new
manufacturing establishment now king
erected in tbo Fourth Wurd, and It pur
tlcularly adopted to thu uses of nny per
ton desiring a stand for either tho hotel
or grocery bulnev. Apply, either by
letter or personally, to
MICHAEL nOUUIG AN.
Good "N'kws. Tho Cairo Jk Yiitccnnc
HailroHd will be built in certain contin
gencies but tho fact U that Kllio'.t & Hay
thorn aro now receiving their spring stock
of men.', women', mitc', boys' nndchil
drons' thoei in ovury atylo nnd of nil va
rieties. There gofidt will be sold ut tho
IfiWfJt rt Jivitra.
Wo ok all of our old and new patiunt
to coll and examine our slock mid ascer
tain our price, but we wish it to bo ills
tlnrt'y undcrttocl th'it wo want cuti tu
town'. No other kind need apply. Th
crulit syftem ha jdayod mil with us, mid
to avoid mistake that create ill will and
trouble wo have concluded to allow no
iroodt to be taken out nf the storo f.n trial
I unl thev are 11 r-t paid for.
! ELLIOTT V H. YTIIOBN.
j FOR REST.'
Tim kottK' horelofore otvuiiieil by I'at-
ricK rilzgeraiu, on umo i.iveo oeiwcen
Fourth nnd Eighth street. Thl home. If
M. ..... ... t .
not the l...-t lutiiwui huusn l rerlain'.y
nueof the bolt ttnndi In Culro. It frouti
tho principal steamboat landing nnd s
near lh Illinois Central railroad depot.
Apply ncxtdcor ut Robert Smyth A: Cu'.
wliolesalo grocery ttore.
The annual meeting of stockholder of
tho Cairo and VincenncJ R. B. will be held
at the oilirrt u the company, In
Cairo, lilt, on Tuesday, Hip Will of April,
1871. for the tmrpo.o of electing Directors,
nnd such other bulnet as may bo tieco?- I
ary. 1). R. LARNED,
The under.lgncd it preparing hi delin
quent lltt for Statu and County taxes, und
will have It In tho hands ol th printer
by tho 1st proximo. All parties In arrears
for tiixtt either upon teal estate or per
sonal property at that ditto will bo taxed ut
ap-7-d td. . miekut.
Removal. Mr. . I. Cummings v.lthc
to Inform her cuttomort nnd the public
generally that ho hn removed her mil
linery goodt from bur utoro on Eighth
struct to the lommodlou room on Com
mercial Avenue, between Seventh nnd
Eighth ttreets known ui Mr. Otwold's
old stand. Mrs. Ciimmingt has added
largoly to hor slotik of goods, und now hat
n cheap, seasonable ami lathlonuble col
lection of hat, bonnett, ribbons, eta, to
which tho usks the attention of old and
new patrons. m'Jldtf
Pkoi'LK aro ollen surprised whon t old
that tuch und Mich lino nrtlclct ofjowclry
wero mndo in Cairo.
Why should thoy not bi, If thu neoea. j
ry patronago it extended to warrant it t
All who aro ourious iu mcli things,
orhnvodoubts in tho matter, are Invited
to uxpurluuco our facilities und watch tho
prot est by which tho rugged rocks nnd
nictuls aro fushionod into tho mutt i'iia
mcntal patterns of jewelry. Call on ut at
8d Ohio Lovoo nnd wo will soon atlfy you
that wo can mako anything ycAi may
want. TABER BROTHERS.
FitEaii Cou.v Mkai,. M. 1). (Junior
having purchased nnd thoroughly repaired
tho Kenton Corn Mill, withes to inform
fUulert and fnml'ics that they can iilwayt
be supplied with the very bett article, by
applying nt the mill, corner of Commercial
nvominand Twentieth street. Give him a
Wanted. $5,000 on flvo yearn' time,
for which a fair rato of interest will be
paid and a mortgage- on unincumbered
real estate given for security. Enquire t
Bulletin Office, or oddrcss P. O, Drawer
U7il, Cairo, Illinois. mch7d&w3m
The Urlo patont moveable point ttoel
plow; ono ostra point given with each
t'plow. For sain onl y
hkehwarp. uRTU & cu
iiit 18C Cornrcla Ava.
Flouk. Choice Family Flour In bbls
half bbls., sank fec., for rale nt tho Egyp
tian Mills. au
Steamer Illinois, Columbus,
" Jamci Fitk, Jr., Paducah,
" Champion, Cincinnati,
Joe Fleming, St. Loulf,
" Sam Brown, St. Louis,
J tills, Vlcksburg,
Uobt. Burnes, Memphis,
' Bobt. Mltcholl, Cincinnati.
" Talltman, Nashville.
" Argonaut.- ,
" Lorma, St. Louis,
" Alice Dean, Cincinnati,
" Jat Howard, Now Orlean,
" Mohawk, St. Louis.
" City of Chester, St. Loul.
" luicktep, Evansvill.
DEI' A HTL'REt),
" Illinois, Columbus,
" .'atiics Fisk, Jr, Pnducali.
Champion, St. Loui,
" Joe Fleming, St. Loul,
" Sam Brown, Cairo,
" Julia, St. Loul,
' llobt. Burnt. Cincinnati,
" ltobt. .Mitchel, Now Orleaii.
' Talisman, Nnshvllle,
Dexter, Now ()rluan.
" Argonaut, St. Lotil,
" I.ormu, l'ittburg.
" Allco Dean, Memphis,
" .las. Howard, Now Orleatii.
" Mohawk, No'" Orleans,
" City ofChe'ter, .Memphis
' (iuicktop, Evantvllle,
fcrVr-Tho river i ttationtry.
tcV'Thn OhTo u"71illiiv4 at I'ilUburg.
Willi ! than six feet in the channel. It
j is falling nt Lniii'vllli', with ix feet In
i - .
eTho weather coiitlnuei" ulcnr und it
I bwoinlng warm again, though night bo
' fern !at it wot very cold, nlmou to the
; cxtunt of froit.
K-ST'Thu Mlssi'tlppl 1 nbout ttatlonary
at St. Ldtil. but a woll i expected from
recent rnins. There Is urlto eo.nlngdown
from St Paul nnd n rie coming down tho
Cfi'"Thi' Fitk, Jr., brought n line trip
yo-terdny, nnd returned to 1'uditvah ut 4
p.m., with the Cairo Silver Cornet Band
and u large butehet parly of lh' lads and
lasses of Cairo, bound on mi uxcuriton
to I'aducnb. Arrangement woro made
I t i n...Uln iLMimrl Willi fm.in ,11111
i nnvwmi-"i'' ..v..-. .-,
i everything promUed nn ngrecnblo trip.
Mny notiiing occuriomi.ru
ONE WEEK ONLY
Family Matinee. Siitnrdny, April "J'-'d.
Combiolni III tslrilt of J.OKrt-nl.1, 111 noj Coil.
Hirer, llm 1'ur lir.iu iniiiool Tr.ineil cu.ri,
Jit;i HiMrrjir, rrixjuen, IVrfurmine Willie
Mic mi-i ItutaiAii tlal.uiid 1 lie
Carnival of Crtrstn.
Or a present for erery one ill I attend. The
ineseiit. rnii(." in -tlurlrniii eenl. In i,enn
iktmK f sul I uri'l ail n sraichr . IUr t l of
Kmur, rt'ls.r I'IhIimI Wuic, I'urniliirv, Ciller)',
KHuev (iixidr, tl '. .No l.oll-rj I Ni' lll.nl
Aiiiiii..inM, I'rqutlie,Siieenti (lallerjr ct ;
CMIdri-n iiii nl..
Comn to th Atheneiiiit iturilii; tho '! and see
llm itrvsuuts to I" givm Kjr iu ogh,
Ire Prcpiii't'd in Supply Cnstotiiors
nidi tho Rest (juallty s.r
Orilera lill nt llntllilny ll.oa. tlUlue,
No. To Ohio J.cxfe, or at Hie t'o.il
Vnnl liclntv the St. t'lini'lea IIn
lel, will Itet'elvc l'rniiiil
Tae Tiik "Mnntaitk" will hrimc CoilaloiiRaide
ttmiirisatany hour, ilnyor nigM.
klj.iik-M,O I.-J.'.(h, u;o tf
STOVES, T1NWAP.E, -TC.
Tin ami Hollow IVnre, Clothes "iViiutjt'i'H
Toilet Ware, Coal Hud., Hit
Sbiirol-i, Air Orate..
Tin, Zinc. Copper and Sheet Iron
w, a x. aa.
No. 166 Washington Ave
Ra'sHstK. ttullrrlstc mutt all hlmla ol
Jals Work Uoiie M tataarleat Not..
j "TTfTi ii. l hs & iiiC,
Successor lo E. it. Hendricks A Co.
ti. ASP .eies
. Commission Merchants
' -wia.fE2far - Boat
I.IIIIUttt. AltVArVtTJ WAIIK OJf COSs".
. r.MMre iireMrnt to receive, tero and forwsr.t
tri-ixlit t rll rolnlJ, nn;l luy nnd -"ell on com.
Uiriliintii-sa'tonueil In Willi orflmtiiaMV
lU V. Mntr.n,
Hrvs T. Piaxrn
j Forwarding Merchants
I Ht:.fiKKS IK
! I'5. Ttrsi, JJOIi.V, ,T. JIA V,
.8 5laio laivee
n a. tti: s: " V! .v v t: .vr,
I ilNilrrs in
Lime, Cement, Plaster Pans
Cor. rtlh Wfri'.cl ntul OliioLovee
p.ii.visvs rio I'.irltT t'hllll'.l
I i-'Mi-r, .:'itl. liny, Cora, Oaui,
S'HIIN V UHL,
E. C. VBI
.jS Ohio Lovoo, 1st National Hank
peeml attention RlTcn to the purchana and sale
F1LOTJ K & GrRA-IIST
DMA tiV:HS t.M
And Agittti ot
OHIO RIVER A1) KANAWHA
aTo. 70 OHIO Zj-OVEH
Su'ccsioas or At Co..
General Commission Merchant
.i. 1 t:iOhlu Lovce,
novlttf CAIRO, ILL,
HOVHV. II VISING AND MOV.
SUMERWELL & BAIRD
Aia prcpired lo tUe eonlmct fur iilainfur
oii i lio r if any nr or (cr itlvl., ncuy '
other Mb luf Hi'rk in ihelrlln. ,, ,
hey hare all 'he in iluii. ry appllaxran fer r
m iving or rui.iiig houuniih-rlaatce, and a
ruio of publla pairao 4 , r null
And Dealer in
r fAIiLIOAY HltOTIIKUM.
- iilBIlL MillS
A TLm . ....
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