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THE OAIBO BULTjETIIT, APRIL 13
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Wl litem J. Allen, 1
Jitlia II. Miilhc.
Naitiut-I V. Wlnelet- J
I'nrliciilur nilrtiM'iu paid to rlter and ndmlrnlly
Oin.a Roumi 7 at H Winter' Block.
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Bl Wa.nuion ae. UKPiCE n Commercial
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R.idene, No. II.Mo.li lret, Cairo III.
CAIRO AND NASnVILLlT
In li.wluy tt.mer lNe Cairo
en the dsy unit l th hour, below-named
TALISMAN, ETrry Monday at fi p.m. ;
TYRONE, Every Thursday, at 5 p.m.;
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, at 6 p.m.
far freight nr ; ply o board, or
MOOS A MALLUKY,
nKlllf) OUIU LKVEC.
CAIRO AND PADUCAM.
lb tmatifal uid llfht iirtiht !
JAMS8 FISK- JR
t4t Cairo da.li at i p m., a I tVturah Hally
t IUtIb( uprlor a ouimltioat arw
liclti puM paironK.
TOVfIS, TINWARE, ETC
TIb' Wow WrrtCbtkea Wrlnftn
TMi warr, .-oii hmd. tire
NktieU, Air Urtti,
Tin, Zinc, Copper and Sheet Iron
. BMtI all klMll
Ilk Wlrk ! t Ikkartast
Ire Prepared to flipply Custowrrs
with the Best quality .f
OMNr ln Ht HkllMar Bra. ,
IT. Tu Okla iini, ar at tka ( aal
Tar4 kalMw Ik II. t'karla
Hit will lUcaiva ffmpt
Tl. Tuf"Moitik'' will hnriR Col aloumiJf
UaHirtataajr hour, day or olsht.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
INT 1ID S1IE KIKEi
BIwm WifcUta Aie PopUr 8t
BaaM4 ahaaMa4a)r4r. Wtmm
' WarkMaa Xmplmt,
- PatrwuMre Ntlleltei.
'BilA KBAWt, U
NEWS OF THE CITY.
Turtle diitirtnj; to purclmm or leai
lot on ronblo tertni can do ,o how,
from tun owner or tba.Jloibrook oiUto,
who can bo found for n short tlcne t
tlic omen of H, S. Tuylor, Cairo, III.
(icii. liutllli In tli'j city.
JJ.Silvrbiir; nun our bindery. .Smd in
A negrit wm ihot-a titlls t BcottJ
btll t lie uthttr night,
W'v hud tbn pleumrc uf a call from Mr.
Tho. .McClure, of Clr cri-k, yo't-jrdny.'
A thief nUrel BUokenbrrg' houat
Tui'sdny ntltl, ml captured m few dot
Bliinnvny dn'.ij Jame Cord, Junv K.
Davidson and John .Smith $1 nml coiU,
Who sirhtia plow that iaplowT Huy
the L'rle pat-int moreahle point itetl plow.
It may dm t-n at liecrwart, Orth A Co.',
184 t'ommrrcial Avunuv.
Who I it that ih not like amoklng
hot biiuulu for brtkfait? Th Fame
Cook Hurt will bahethem in tlv tnlnuto
Umi by the watch.
Dr. llrigharn hn b--n ''brtuhing up.
He lui rSttel and rufurnlihed bit ofBce,
and now boaiti th mot coy place of buf
lne In tho city.
Tlio civil war in Fraore ha Lwn in-
nuKumtrd, and Alba i Hill rtichanting
tho nu n of hard barri with hi" fine ihav
The great novelty the tenratlon of th
trnturytho only entertainment of tho
kind In the orld : fc'eru Shaplty' r?ilvr
Show, will open at ibe Athenaeum on
Monday nrxt, 17th lnt and cnntinunne
Walder i now putting In the front of
hit 1 1 ore large ihow window, in which he
wllldlipUy hU goodt. Ho tharefore offer
fonale hi two how rate, one of fine
Fronch plated glau, and the other.of com
men glau. Hi. will nell at a bargain.
If we were now In potiei'lon of tho
tortn tlgnal itation we the cltlrcn of
Cairo might regulate the weather, and
rcure protection agalnit Hidden changn.
W wlih the Sun would look after the
child of lu fertile brain that melerologU
tal thing It procured lor our village.
"Our Olive" doe not like babiei over
much, but if b were a run aad had a
beard, and knew how to appreciate a good
thing, the would nut fall lu b ihaved at
Alba' barber ahep, Comioorclal Avunue
Cairo, III. tf
Mr. A. Schoyer, of Mound City, known
In Cairo to many aa a violent Itadical,
with tore tyee, haa taken hi departure
from that village on a "vlilt ' to I'itUj
burg. Tho Journal lay the Council de
ire a lettlement with him. He ha ben
Occasionally a boot and hoe maker It
found who It rtpeeially good on certsin
kind of work, but Ilaugh It good in all
branches of hit trade, and challenges com
petition. He invite a trial, and it willing
to guarantee aatitfaction. He give good
took, a iplcndld fit nnd workmanship that
ii par excellence. tf
h'chweely fell through a ildawalk in the
city of OtUwa, and hurt blmielf. Ho
uod for 913,000, and recovered $8,300.
We have In the city, udewalkt that could
be fallen through, and Sehweelie who
would like to fall through them for f 9, 000
a fall, and let.
The Mound City Journal iayi the road
between Cairo and Mound City needi
tome repairi below Cache, and call the
attention,' of the pcoplo of Alexander, or
their representative!, to the fact. Well,
we all know the road tbouldf be repaired,
and the county court ihould order t he re
pair made, but that it will doo I doubt
ful. We have for about two weckipait, with
8ummerwell A Datrd, been engaged in re
moving the Bunting Uoiuo down Com
mercial Avenue to Hamlin' lot. Yettvr
day wo completed the job, and take great
pleaiure in acknowledging the valuable
service of Balrd A Summarwell. They
are eminent In their bminetir They can
move anything they "go for."
'While a itranger was patting along
Washington Avenue yesterday, ha tud
denly became aware of tho fact that hi
beard was long and that ho should have it
cut. Dropping into Alba'i the expe
rienced barber of that toniortal palace,
oonmadehl face at tmoothaa monu
mental alabaster. He afterward declared
that It waitbe mojt delicious shave he had
Whila tha Flik with the Paducah excur
sionists oa board, were patting Pete Saup't
farm at Amnrica, the band announced it
determination to terenade Pete. All
ready I and the Band launched into the
pleasant tuns known aa the "Dead
March." Tha joke wat re'iihed, aad
Saup endured the laugh it raited with all
tho philosophy of a victim of misplaced
F. 8. Murray, the gas aad steam fitter
has removed from the Parry Bout to the
brick building on 8eventh street, between
CommercUl aad- Wellington avenue'
epposlta Winter's Hock; ' Mr. Murray le
fttsWftt ifOtkaas, and promptly re-
iDoadt tt all-ordwi. JIu.hai Kroatly'lii-
creAitJ hit ok, and ha now pfl.hndall
kind of Cbandellon, Urhckcti, lVndants,
Hall Ll.'htr, Olohci, Shadei, Ac. lie hat
marked down hU priiet to tho lowest liv
lag figure, and Invito tho patronage of the
. "Fitzgerald' Hamplo room,'' Utho pleat
ant namo which ''Tho Aldcrmati from tho
Third," ha' chrittencd lil new place, at
ctbo corner of Fourteenth itrcet and Com
mor:lal Avenue. To iny aught in pralio
ohis flno wines, liquor and clgnr would
bo altogether uperfluou, for hi) latoom
never contained any other tort. Hi
friondi, while "oirtho wing" In that part
of the city, are cordially Invited to drop
in nnd eo liltn.
Mr. J rime Johnson, of ' thUcily, trained
a ho isto fatoult kind of danger und to
Venture In whoro atigel four to tread, vis
ited Mound City IhM week. Ho rctnainid
longer than he wished to. Capt. Humble-
ton, having procured Johnson' watch,
tluwcd" It about flvu hours, and; as u
consequence, when Jounioti went
in soarch of tlm train ut
tho hour hi' watch assorted was start
ing time, be ascertained that ho hod hun
"left." He loek tho Joko com ploccntly, and
bUml the ' whole affair on his watch,
which, tin said, had learned to Hu as mean
ly at a man who had lived in Mound Cny
tbren years. ,
J ft ' I
That evt-ry body in Cairo may enjoy the
delights of I co cream, lemonade, and roda-
wator, during the wnrtn weather which is
now close upon ut, 1. Saup has fitted up
jU ronms at 10'i, Commercial Avenue,
with all the conveniences ofn tlm-clnn
nl.yjn. I adies, Indies and gtutlenii n,
and famllhii ran le accommodated at all
hours and m.ty villi the 'alo'mr with no
fe.ur of hlng dlturbed by ImprfipiT char
ntr, m nil such will bo rigidly nxoluded
from tho roumi. Roup's Ice cram It nl
ny coldest and the best, his lemon
ud icmuniido delicious and his sodn-water
beyond comparison. Tlioi'i wlin don't
iiell've it ,I1I be rorivlnccl by n trial.
UnOD Nkwa. The Cairo A' Yluccnncs
Ilkllrond will bo built in certain contin
gencies, but the fact Is that Klliutt A Hay
thorn nr now receiving their spring stock
of mens', women', wlcsei', boys' andchil
drtns' shoes in every stylo and of nil va
rlitlei. There gowlt will be sold at the
lowest tath jtricti.
We ak all of our old und new putront
to call and examine our stock and ascer
tain our prieni, but we wish it 'to !) dis
tlnit'y understood that wo want rmA eu$.
tomtri. No other kind need apply. The
credit tyatem has played out with us, and
to avoid mistakes that create ill will and
trout le we have concluded tn allow no
goods to be taken out of tho ttoro on trial
aalnai they are first paid for.
Koticx. All parties are notifle-1 against
trading for a note drawn by J. Vt Myer
for sixty dollars, running ninety da(
dated March 6, 1871, aad in favor of Mag
dalena Blankcnburg, as the samo wus
stolen from my premises, on Tuenlay nlghi
last. F. 1ILANKE.NUUKO.
Cairo, III.. April 12, 1871.
Kxiiavhtio.v, Invalids, broken down
In health and spirt by Chronic Dyspepsia,
or suffering from the terribln oxhauition
which follow tho attack of acuto disease,
tho testimony of thouiand who ha vo been
railed as by a mlraclo from n similar state
of proitration by Hot totter' Stomach
Hitters, is a sure guaranteo that by the
tame meant you too may be strengthened
and restored. Hut to those who stand lu
peril of epidemics, to all who, by ronton of
exposure, privations, and uncongenial cli
mate or unhealthy pursuits,
. may at any moment be stricken
down, this paragraph is most particularly
and emphatically addressed. You, who
are thus situated, aro proffered an absolute
Mfc-guard against the danger that mena
ces you. Tono and regulate tho system
with this harmless medicinal stimulant
and altcrativo, and you will be forearmed
against tho maladies whoio tcedt float
around you in the airunteon. Hottetter't
Stomach Bitters are not only a ttandard
tonic and alterative throughout the United
Stales, but they urn accredited by tho
certificate of th mwl distinguished citi
zens of the Union, to the people of all
other lands. In Canada, Australia, and
the West Indies, hey are gradually taking
tho placo of all other ttomachict, whether
native or foreign and suroly at truth Is
progretsiveand demonstration overthrows
doubt, they will eventually tupersede
every other invigorant and restorative
now omployod in medicinal practice.
An iMrouTANT Truth, The excilo
mcnt throughout tho country, occasioned
by the late revolutionary movement in
Pari, hat at last spread to Cairo, and has
been mado manifest in the anxiety of
every man ef rood taste to have hi boot
and shoes made by Khlen, who is the boot
and shoe maker of the city. His shop is
on 20th stroet, icarly opposite tho court
Pkoh.k are often surprised when t old
that such and such flno articles of Jewelry
were made in Cairo.
Why should they not be, if the necessa
ry patronage It extended to warrant it?
All who aro curious in such things,
or ha vo doubt In the matter, are invited
to experience our facilities and watch tho
process by which tho rugged rocks and
metals are fashioned into tho most orna
menta) patterns of JewelryCall on ut at
88 Ohio Levee and we will toon satisfy you
that we can make anything you may
want. ' TABEU BROTHER''
ltfVtj'li.i.Ch'o:co Family Flour In bbls
k Jf IhkVsic'kt toT "k.at tbeEgyp.
Aa MUls. m
v THE EXCURSION.
Tflrft cAtito rilykii ennnrr band
a unon TIMK cikwerai.lv.
To the Editor of the Cairo Hulk tin.
A tho friends of tha SUvor Cornot Band
may bo a little anxious to know how the
excursion on board of tho beautiful llttlo
Jas, Fltk, Jr., wot enjoyed by tho band,
pcrhapt n btlcf history of tho trip
may hoof intorott.
It it seldom that tin oxcurslon is under
taken which results entirely to tho satis
faction of all concerned, which is turroun-
dedby nonotuve plcasurublo associations,
bocuuso human beppincs is dopcudent
unon to maoVcontlniiencIci, audtattitaro
so different, tlilt It li atmost.jmpotslble (in
fact it has been pronounced entirely so by
tho wise of other days), to ploaso every
body. And yet, m a member of tho com
pany yesterday, wo feel that we aro speak
Inn tho truth when wo say that thero was
not a person from tho irrcpressiblo i'hll
Howatt to tho dignified leader of tho
bund who did not apprcwlato nnd enjoy
tho trip. As the tlmo rf departure
from Cairo was chanued on Ttic-
drtV bv Cant la In .Smedlov. for reasons
satisfactory to himself, from that which
iiaiJ M'ou advurlUod, the company was
not as large at starting as wo had nntici
pati'd, und wo felt that perhaps somo of
tho pit-mure of the trip would bo lost.
Subsequent oxperipnen proved that there
wcrcjuH enough on hoard for comfort.
Of course, the greater part of tho pleasure
of a steamboat excursion depends upon
tho ability of tho officers
met men of thj boat, ploaso
the giieU and provide for their comfort,
and tu thorn it duo the gratltudo of all
concerned. Never did olllcers and rneii
of any bout strivo hurdur (or succeed bel
ter) to make n trip a succcm than did our
worthy Captain and bis associates, one
and alt. From the office, tastefully deco
rated with ehoiei. plant and magnificent
buquet, to th" well-provided tablet, sur
rounded by careful waiters, a degree of
solicitude for the welfare of tho guests wus
manifested, which placed every otio at
ease and jnodo tho trip perfectly enjoy
able, The James Fisk, Jr., is k much fajter
craft than uu huvo been led In imagine,
and nllhoiigh there was a strong head wind
quartering from shore, wc soon reached a
point on the river where lie a yery flno
farm, owned by n certain member of tho
band, of which sn i justly proud, and
upon tho merits of which he discantcd at
considerable length. At we neared the
spot he roqueitel the band to honor "My
Farm" with one of Its best pieces. Al
though thero was no ono In sight on ihoro
to enjoy or criticise tho music, the band (al
ways ready to oblige) leadily contented and
"Lenorc," one of our finest compositions,
wat announced. The astonishment of tho
aforesaid owner of tho farm may bo better
imaginnod than discribed, when, as the
band began to play, ho recognized
that, while ho was struggling to produce
tho grand old march 'Leuore' from eve
ry other instrument was proceeding a
wail of sorrow in tho performance of tho
most doteful funeral march on record. Tho
march nuvcr was finished, nor will the
bund river forget that joke.
Arriving at l'aducah shortly nfter 1
o'clock, wo fbtind tho silver cornet band
of that city nnd a largo concourso of pco
plo awaiting u, by whom, with Capt.
Dors Smedley as commnndcr-ln-chlef, wo
were escorted nil over tho beautiful llttlo
city ; In return for which the band kept
tho inhabitant awake until a late hour y
music supposed to bo the best lu the Mute.
Tho return to tho boat was not at orderly,
wo regret to say, and precise at tho de
parture. Tho thnttered ranks ttraggled
In at all hours, tho lust arriving ufter day
light. But thero are tomo features con
nected with this pleasuro trip which wo
wouldn't llko to mention. 'We
wouldn't like to tell how n
cortaln couplo wero brcught in acarriago
and anothor couplo on a twn.wheeled
vehlclo uted to haul in by hand to steam
boats, nor how, coining down the levee,
it got loose from thoso who wero pushing
It. and, but fur a chain, would havu
dumped Its contents into the river, nor
bow one Uem of those contents was Cbarlio
Kylo; nor would we like to tell how one
of Cairo most beautiful daughters
'drapped" from an upper berth upon tha
floor with such a clatter at to set that por
tion of tho boat in an uproar in tho belief
that something had bapponed, nor how
the police got after a party for fust driving,
and how they would have been arrested
but for Lon Faxon, of thi htntueKtntt, who
stopped tho police ofBoors to troat them ;
nor a great many moro things which must
over livo on tho minds of those who were
Yoitcrduy morning Capt.Smedley end
others provided a wagon In which the
band again mado a tour uf tho city play
ing on all tho principal squares. But tho
crowning scene occurred Just in we wer
leavlnir the city. Tho Fist; stcmed above
tho city for the start, and as she came
down at a fearful rato of speed It was dis
covered that flvo or six of tho pirty had
been "left," all of whom wero running
aloug thu bank like quarter horses, franti
cally waving tholr handkerchief and bats
to attract attention, Wo will not mention
their names, but will say that.flrit of all
camoHbenghlo" Booster; next the former
owner of tho above mentioned; next a
cow; next a steamboat butcher, who owns
a dog; then another cow; ttion
a, ship carpenter and others.
Thotandj realizing the desperate stuto of
affairs, began a dead marc h, to tho wall of
which tha boat landed and took them on
board. It It proper to say here, that just
at tho edgo of tho sloping river bank tho
steamboat butcher abjvc-nicntloncd,itruek
hU boat against some obstaclo and meas
ured his length In tho mud.
Wo will close by saying, that for real
enjoyment, our excursion on tho Jamet
Fltk Jr. was a perfect success, and will
always hold her officers In gratoful re
incmbrancc for their kindncts. Wn think
wo express tho opinion of everyone pres
ent. Tiik Urlo patent moveable point steel
plow; ono extra point given with each
plow. For sale only by
IlKKRWAltT, OKTII A: CO.,
tt'itf 13C Commercial Ave.
IIOUHK AND LOT FOR HALE.
I will sell, on rcnsoiiablo tortus, my
thrco story hotel and grocery building, and
lot, located on the Ohio Iivee, opposite
the Central Kleva'.jr. This U a very de
sirable property being cloie to tho now
manufacturing establishment now being
erected in the Fourth Wiird, and Is par
ticularly adopted to the uses of any per
son desiring it stand for cither the hotel
or grocery" buiinet. Apply, either by
letter nr pprlnriflllv, to
M I (.'if Ah' I. IfOUitlOA.V.
FOR REM'. '
The houso heretofore occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgorald, on Ohio Levee between
Fourth and Klghtb streets. This home, if
not the best business bouse is certainly
onoof tho belt stands in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat landing and is
ncur the Illinois Central railroad depot.
Apply nextdcor at Robert Mtnyth tV Co'.
wholcMlo grocery store.
The nnriuul meeting of stockholders of
thoCulru nnd Vincennei It. It. will bo Held
at the ofhVe ol tho company, in
Cairo, Ills., on Tuesday, the 23th of April,
187I, for tho purpose of electing Directors,
und such other buiincss at mny be me
nrv. I). It. LAIINED,
The undersigned Is preparing his delin
quent list for Slate and County tuxes, and
will havo it in the hands of the printer
by the lit proximo. All parties in arrears
for taxes elthur upon real estate or per
sonal property at that dale will bo taxed at
ALKX. 11. IRVIN.
ap-7-d Id. eiiERirr. I
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD. '
Xw Tin Table I
On and after 12:30, p. m., Sunday, Dnc.
4th, tho following lime, table will govern
the arrival and doparturn of passenger
train at Cairo ;
Mall train lenves'ttt r.:40 a.m.
Exprem " " at S130 p.m.
St. Iyiu's and Cairo Exprost
leaves at 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaves nt,..120 p.m.
Mall arrives 2.05 u.m
Express arrives .12:24 p.m
St. Loui and Cairo ExpreM
arrive - 1:45 p.m
Tlio hut named train leaves St. Louis
at 10:30 a.m. Traders can leave Cairo at
1:20 a.m., roach St Louis at 7:2-5 a.m., re
main In tho city three hours, and return
to Cairo at 4:41 p.m., tho samo day.
Tiiu .2:30 accommodation and Cuiro
and St. Louis exprcd leave daily; nil oth-
ori lenvi) dally except Sundays.
Way passenger should bear in mind
that the 3:110 p in. train make only four
itopplnc between Cairo and Ceutralla
viz: Jitnesboro, Carbondale, Du Quoin
and Ashley. The 12: 'JO p.m. train stops
at all thu stations along tho routo.
Day Warders can secure good ac
commodatlonsat tho St. Nicholas (former-.
ly tho St. James) at $4 per week. The
bouso is at tho cornor of Ohio Levoo and
Eighth street, a ccntrul location, and ii
proprietored by Harry Walker, who is
alivo to tho wants of his patrons. Par
tie desiring boarding and lodging ran
learn terms on Inquiry at the office.
A splendid assortment of bird cages
mo basket', flower stands, flower train
ers, wire-cloth for window crcen, bath
mid foot tubs, A'C, Ax'., just received ut
UEEltWAItT, ORTH ic CO S,
aOtf 13S Commercial Ave.
This lino apology fur whisky drinking ;
itii a medicine that cannot bo used to in
toxicate; it produces a tonlo effect, as
well as acts ns a cathartic. In fact, Sim
mons' Liver Regulator Is pronounced an
Mkal.-M. D. Clunter
having purchased and thoroughly repaired
the Fcnton Corn Mill, wishes to Inform
dealers and fumPle that they can ninny
bo suppllod with the very best article, by
applying at tho mill, corner of Commercial
nvenunand Twentieth strcot. (iivn him a
Wantsid. $ 5,000 on five year' time,
for which a fair rato of interest will bo
paid and a mortgage on unincumbered i
real estate given for security. Enquire at
Bulletin Office, or address P. O. Drawer
1170, Cairo, Illinois. mch7d&w3m
Evxky partlclo of poisonous rnattor Is
carrlod out of tho system, tho palo and tel
low will become fresh and vigorous, by
useing . Simmons' Liver Rogulator.
a MHai i i i
1 .4 ,1 .nM.1.t..kw1 vt.. rm
. tA-s- "2""'' , '
sale cheap for cash at the Conservatory of
teuilc. d v
Removal. Mrs. J. Cummings wishes
to inform her customers and the public
gonernlly that she has removed her mil
linery goods from her store on Eighth
street to tho commodious room on Com
mercial Avenue, between Seventh nnd
Eighth streets known as Mrs. O.swold's
old stand. Mrs. dimming has ndded
largely to hor slouk of good, and now hat
a cheap, soasonablo nnd fashionable col
lection of hats, bonnot, ribbons, olc, to
which tho uk tho nttcntlon of old and
new patrons. m24dtf
i II . an Half f
Tnc now barber firm, nt tho popular
stand of Fred. ThoohoUl, aro growing In
ravor every day. The proprietors, Messrs.
Rrown A Edwards, is well posted In their
r business, and Ous Hlmo Is u barber who
...... i ,, ...
Kiiiuot ij oxcciicu in tjairo. Tho room
has lx.'ori refitted, nnd ho who would en.
Joy a flno shave a glorious .have should
remember tho placo-Slxih street, between
Ohio Loveo nnd Commercial Avenue.
To Bt'lMsKIW, AM AU.TUU WOULD Jtr.-
mt'K. W. W. Thornton ha this day re
ceived samples of Term Cotta Warn, cm.
bracing Chimneys, Ohlmtiuy Tops, llritck
etf, Medallions and Tiling, to which lie In
vites tho nttcntlon of buildem anil thegeti-
Tiik rtnaT nr Mav, Mrs. C. A.Muyw
will open a grand lunch, including l)cc!
Beer. Alltf lose who nre disciples of King
Bacchus will partake of her hospitality,
OM Klnij Cole wa a nirry olj soiit t a iorcy olit
eenl was he.
lie cnllej rnr nl I'll e.. hv rallwl fur tiN t.r hn
ealleft fur hi. e l 1 1 -r three. tf
TrtKCnlro Book Bindery has l en re
removed t tho Hi'LLRTLVbulldtni; corner
of Twelfth street and Washington Av
enuo. RIYBB 1TBWS.
.Sleam.tr Illliols,. Columbus,
" James Fisk, Jr., Paducah,
" II. 3. Turner, Now Orleans,
" .Ino. A. Wood,LouUv!lle,
" Uello Memphis, Memphis, '
" Sallle, Arkansas River,
" llelle, Pittsburg,
(J rand Lake. No. 2., Memphis.
" Grand Luko, Tonnesoo River.
" O. II. Wilson,
" Colorado, St. Louis,
' Illinois, Columbu,
11 Jame Fisk, Jr, Paducah,
" II. S. Turner, St. Loss It,
John A. Wood, New Orleans,
Bella Memphis, St. Louis,
' Sallle, St. Louis,
" Belle, St. Louis,
Mohawk, New Orleans,
" Grand Luke, No. 2, Pittsburg,
Urnnd Lake, St. Louis,
' (J. II. Wilson, St. Louis,
" Colorado, Yickshurg.
kF"Thu river remain about stationary.
CfBuslncs was rather dnll
Tho Colorado rocolvod about fifty
hero during tho week ending.
Tho Cumberland I falling slowly
with five fct and halt on Hurpeth
TheJamc.1 Fisk, Jr., brought 1!)
hhds tobacco for tho South; 40 ditto; 10
bales broom corn for St. Louts.
MTTho weathur svas somewhat mixed
yesterday, but upon tho wholo tho sun-
initio predominated. Tho temperature
was cold but ples.ant.
IrB.The Mohawk cloarud yutturduy fur
New Orlernt after recotvlug hero 030
bbls flour, 052 sktcorn, oT,9 sks oats, and 2
car load of wagon.
VjTho Mississippi Is swelling slowly
at St Louis, and thero will bo several feet
uf a rlso, as water ' coming from tho up
per Mississippi and Missouri both.
sWTliu Ohio It falling slowly ut Pitts
burg with flvu feet soven Inches in tho
channel, and falling slowly at Louisville
with six feet five inehes In tlm chuto
down tho falls.
Mtf'Capt. Smedly declares that tho
police came on board at Paducah to ar
rest a curtain person of tho excursion
party for fast driving, and ho had ull ho
do to get them to glv up their
Len Faxon for 2 year psitn root
er in tlit soil, Is now engaged on tho A'rri
tucMan at local editor. We thought from
the wit exhibited in thai paper of late
that something had "turned up."
April 3, tho following amount
of oro wa shipped ' by the
St. Louis nnd Iron Mountalu Compa
I nles, Stuubenville, $1,210, Pittsburg $050 ;
I Ashland, ?970; Wheeling, 050; Ironton,
$500; Ctnclnnal1, $310; Grand Tower,
1345: total, 4.117.1. Pig" iron to Pitt.
burg, I50. Ono curious clrcuni.tnna con
ncoted with tueso shipmunts or iron, was
the shipment ot a lot of stone-coal pliflron
to Bollealre, but wook. Truly, "coils aro
being taken to Nowcas IKv"
The Cincinnati Cbmntercitit says:'
The Memphis and Iron Mountain and
St. Louis and Cairo Railroad, have, it is
said, been consolidated, and will bridge
the Mississippi ut Commerce, Missouri.
Hteambo: itren have no oblectlon to brids-
Ing tho MkslHtppi, if thoy will onl;
lh ltructuro high enough to permit
era to pass under lUafely.
pass under lUafely
NEW AD VKIITWKTHENT8
N.lk'I Jl V MM
Also. krp consnfly cn hsn'd a moit eom.
ptete atoctt et
Scotch and Irish Whtskles
Pofl, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
Wn sell exeloirely lor Carr, lo iftloh i-i
lanto tho ttttcntion of rlono bargain hpynr.
Ppwltl attention elren to tl Una ntr.
0KK WKEK 0KIV
Fnnillv Sfatliii'i'. Nutnrdnv- Anrll 9Ad
l3-j V Ut k3
tuvaap. Hia l'iir iia-uii rfsiiri.sitf Tr utisiil I'ssn l-i.a
.1 iwn n arrnwi. I'nn inniv. r critirmir wtiii
fine tn I iiii-Msn u.t.nno me
Carnival of Crcasu..
Klnur, Mllvt-r I'.aied Wiire, Furniture, Cuclrry
l-nnnv i.rnu", civ. io L,wi,rr. i t"j ui.ne
Ailiuls.liin. I'lraitvltc. COcentsl tiitHerr ri cla
uoine 10 ine .iiiieneiirnii lrinKiite oar lanu .1
Hi" pre-vins in re R'teii atr.iy ni ninr.
QAHli I.. TIIOM.iH,
Is prepiroit o U sit kiE'la ul
PA I NT I N
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
HHsisxH s vss bb m . awta-ssKB-asT msji
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
OOD! WOOD!! WOE X
The undersigned trill (Uralsk
Aa Cheap, If not tTktaper
dun any wnod-lealer In Cilro. Iare order
in. rn.t.mnL'K an I bi inn ccru.r Din nnirfni
we.!, ncton Arenue. 1 irire cood tnea.urtt
uOl....r.l ,l.n u-n..l Mn llb'VAId II ll.l'V
I eiirunrr ..no. 19,1
-yyooi AXD COAL.
M rvl AJ A r-r's
la ereptrel to deliver Ue boat
isr 1 o. o. r -
,Mm.f,V . .... i , "J .
nu tnori uouia.
Coal Delivered at $4 SO Per Tea.
AND DEALER IN ALT
v sk -n. -an i WVk tarsi - ay safar a i
K liVIISIIK s liKMIl Tl r.A
Cor. 10th aad Poplar St.,
; n i ir - - - - i 1 1 1 ri n
anil h'vn.and laprn1 ard 10 nil any demauil
iiiusaiio situstuera oni no oesieau e.
pouno.. n eem
. 110 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, XI) e 'mo ltss.
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
n ia aa ... .
WHITE LEAD. lit. 0
Wiadow GLui aatAPatly.
rstshee, Wall rap.r. WUaslew Nk
9ft OHM iJtm,
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