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TICKETS FOR SALE
OliMffAw O' OuniilOnrn to Cnlro
BatTerta. Werrle A. Candee. .gV
. JI. HCHUTTER,
Importer and Wholesale Dealsr
TOBACCQ nd CIGARS.
u Afeni for bi brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE
. , XaBsoartoc jaVleaa orctlff
Kx. ; Zmrmxxt itUxc&a.
. 76 OHIO LEVEE
(flaecetsorlo PoM Stockfleth)
toetilar arf.WjMlmle Dealer la For
elga aad Domestic
IIQOOBS, HUES, ETC.
78 Ohio Irevce,
CAIHO. - - - ILL.
St keeps on baa-ieonsUatly, k fall .lock of
Ulentacky Baarbea, Rye and Mob
BfakeU tThl.kles, Preach Bran
dies, Hollaa Ola. Raine
and California nine.
Proprietor of the
itfmkmi Aatow Mi Bar Kotm
! Caataaerclal Are.,
Cairo, - - - - Illinois
, HOOSE MOVER AND BUILDER
1 I prepared to do all kind, of
novae xovina, iiocsi: rairixo
KeaelrlBt; of Every Breerfptlen
Oa the rnt re.ionable terms. Orders left at the
..raeidfnce of Mr. Krnaelr, oo Center ureet, next
door l 10; new hool building, or addrrited to
1 ".f. fr0' f' ' nox ,6 - ' Bulletin oftVe.
will teceir prompt attention, myttf
ravtUnUr Xetl-e the Eatervrla
Citt Scair, registered for interctt,
OUOBT-AT.rA by tM Enterprise Savings
The regular monthly meeting of the,
Young HJen'a Christian - Association will
be held Inthe prayer room in .the rear of
(the Preibyterian church, Monday evening
-. ;:ltey a, at 8 o'clock.
' ' Tri addition to regular busloes there
--''wHlibeadobatoon tho subject, "Ha in
created wealth a favorable effoct on the
t , n'qra)rt)fa people t" Tho public I rc
..Jioctfully invited to attend. it
N FOR KENT.
The bouie heretofore occupied by Pat
t .ricjc FiUgerald, on Ohio Leyeo between
, Fourth and Sixth itreet. This house, if
,. - ot the best businoss house is certainly
ono of.thobct standi in Cairo. It fronU
'iho principal steamboat landing and is
"'iaer ?f 1,'inoI Central ,raMroad depot.
' Kio the second floor of tho tamo building
aultably irrugod for office. Apply next
doer at Robert Smyth A Co', wholesale
r gtpce)y,,tor8' . tf
t!i5JKCflpyi.ery pleatant room, (fur
f nlshed for unfurnished), on "Washington
avenue, opposite the new custom house ;
suitable for man and wife or ilnglo gen
tleman. Alio a limited number of dav
I,-H , boarder. 'Term yery-retsonallo. En.
( I J tfOUe ktklibffiee.' V I U C raaVs-Otd
' Thi'Ice1 wagonioflluio, Loom! A Co.wll
comtnenoe to delivericp about the city on
Monday, 'May lit,' and will continue to
make daily rounds each morning (Sun
u days excepted) during the present teaten.
L 0rtfirt Icft.at.tho-ofllce. oftha company,
corner v.wo.ievee an,d.Klghtli tUeet,,wil
receive prompt attention, llutev Loomfi
A Cb. are also propared to tall all order
M WW HUM If t.i g ItllUf,
NEWS OF THE CITY.
Men' Fino Seal 8kln Oaiten, and alio
"Prlnco Albert-." at Elliott Anaythorr.'-.
-I.. I I . M
Misses' Sorgo and Kid Polish, tcallop-
top, at tbo City Shoo Store, xornor Cora
mercial avenue and Eighth itreet. tf
FLOua. Choice Family Flour ia bbli
half bbli., sacks &c, Tot tale at tbelgyp-
tlan Mills. au
.Ladles' Sergo (Pollih) French Kid,
oied, at City Shoo Store, corner of Com
mercial avenue and Eighth street. tf
"Who U it that doot not like smoking
hotbiiculta for breakfast? The Fame
Cook itove will bake them In five minute
time by the watch. tf
Tub TJrle patent moveable point steel
plow; one extra point given with each
plow. For tale only by
BEER WART, OBTII & CO.,
aOtf ISO Commercial Ave.
Ladle' Serge (Polith), tcallop-top, for
from one dollar and fifty cent to threo
dollar and twenty-flvo cent, at City
Shoe Store, cornor of Commercial avenue
and Eighth trect. , If
A tplendld assortment of t-ird cage
mod LaikeU, flower ttandi, flower train
er, wire-cloth for window screens, bath
and foot tub, Ac, Ac, juit received at
BEEBWABT,OBTH A CO S,
aCtf 130 Commercial Ave.
Barclay Bkoi. nro tolling more of Sim-
mom' Liver Regulator, at retail, than of
all the other of that class of medicine
put together. Tho rcaion of this U be
came all who try it recommend it to their
friend. - my2dlw
Wk havo been requested to ay that
Elliott A Ilaytborn have now on exhibi
tion, and for tale, everything in the boot
and bbe line for ladle, and gentlemen'
wear; and that all their good are new
A Handful. A verytrrall quantity of
wood or coal, in a Charter Oak Stove will
cook a plenteous meal for a tmall family ;
for it whole arrangement hot-air flue,
oven, fire-box, damper, etc, i to planned
a to lave and apply all the heat gereratcd
directly to the cooking food, without per
mitting it to escape up the chimney.
Su cent it the best tett of auperority;
Tne wonderful demand for Simmon' Liver
Regulator I one of the convlnclngiproofs
that this article i appreciate! above every
thing else, of the kind. Ho wevcr much It
jealou defame! may throw their ihafU,
truth will prevail and o will this medi
Fox Salt. The undersigned will tell
at pi i vats tale the following described
property: Four work honei; 2 tett
dqublo harness; 2 two-horte .wagons;
leverat plow and other agricultural im
plement. Parties desiring to purchase
will call at her resldcncoornt Robt. Bri
bach', opposilo the court house. Term
of tale, half cvb ; balance on six month's
credit, with good security.
apr22dlm Mm. KATIE COOPER.
I'inxic Excubsiok Mat lit. The
above named picnic i postponed until
Wednesday, May 10th, on account of the
steamer Eckert having to go to the wreck
of the steamer Dunham, sunk, near Little
Rock, Arkaneai, some six days ago. On the
day named the excuraion will take 'place
according to the already published pro
gramme, when it will be much pleaianter
for steamboat and rural enjoyment.
B 8. BARBELL,
W. H. SCHUTTKR, Managers
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Xew Time Table.
On and after 12:30, p. m., Sunday, Dec
4th, the following time table will govern
the arrival and departure of passenger
tralnt at Cairo ;
Mall train leaves at 3:40 a.m.
Express " " at &30 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo .Express
leave at 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaves at... 12:30 p.m.
Mail arrive 2:05 a.m.
Kxpre arrive -.12:21 p.m.
St Louis and Cairo Express
arrives 4:45 p.m.
The last named train leave St. Louis
at 10:30 a.m. Trader can leavo Cairo at
1:20 a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:25 a.m., re
main in the city three hours, and return
to Cairo at 4:45 p.m., the same day.
The 12:30 accommodation and Cairo
and St. Louis express leave daily ; all oth
ers leave daily except Sundays.'
Way passengers should bear in mind
thattba 3:30p.m. train make only five stop
pings between Cairo and Gentralia vis:
Mounds, Jonetboro, Carboedale, Du Quoin
and Ashley. The 12:30 train stops
.at all the stations along the rouie.
dec3tf . Agent, Cain..
CefatV Wketslactsts Aveaae m Fear
Fred. Blaukenburg's saloon fit newly
and elegantly fitted up and supplied with
tho, finest .wine, liquors, boor, cigar, otc,
that can befoUnd iri the cltyY and Prod.
h no ipprlor as a dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do not'forget tho place, cor
ner 14th''s1reet tnc? Washington avenue.
"XxocKz'b' rfevrw xkd Rouhkb." A
rumor reached ui yesterday that a man
had been knocked down And jrobbof on
Friday night, at the corner of 'Commersl
avenuo and Fourth street. Wo could'
traco the report to no reliable source, and
havo no doubt It was "manufactured out
of whole cloth."
Nothing venture, nothing have. Hero
Is a chance to aid In a good, cauta and at
the same time win a fortune. This legal
enterprlio in aid of a public library at
Omaha It conducted by honorable men, In
whom confidence can be placed. Bay a
ticket and win that $20,000. See adver
tisement, ray 2d awl w
FBKsojfAi- Mr. F. Pohlo, latoly of tho
firm of F. Pohlo and Stockflctb,' will leave
Cairo to-day with hit family, for New
York, there to tako passage for Europe.
Mr. Poblo I a native of Germany, and re
turn to the Fatherland with, the Intention
of remaining a couple of year. In the
departure of Mr. Pohle our city lose an
excellent citlaen one who is es
teemed by all his neigh
bors and a buiinet man of integrity.
All who havo known him In the affair of
busiacss, and tho largo number whd have
come in contact with him in tho paths of
social lifo, look upon hi departure with
regret, and their best wishes for a pleasant
Journey and safo Arrival oaiVthore of
a foreign land will follow him and his
family. We trust Mr. Pohle will realise
all ho anticipates in his visit to his native
land, and may tbo time (peed when wo
ilinll welcomo hi return to Cairo.
True. Thoro can bo no doubt that
Baugh is, par txcelUnee, tho boot and
shoemaker of Cairo. He challcnce com
petition in hi trade, and aiturcs the pub
lic that he will guarantee to hit customers
satisfaction. Hit (hop it on Elehth street
near the corner of Ohio Lovco. tf
Caiko a Modkl Citt-Wo protest
that the people who denounce Cairo a a
disorderly city, given to drunkennessan'd
broil, do u great injustice. There is not,
we assert, any other city in the United
States that can exhibit a better record than
Cairo. Our business men aro model of
integrity; our pbyician cannot be ox-
celled either in Rood look or courteay ; our
lawyer aro tbo pink of sobriety ; our
people never draw daggers and pistols on
each other, but pass along in the most lamb
like pcacefulnc ; our churches are all
well attended, end many of our church,
member live up to the teaching of ibcl-
religion; our women are beautiful, and are
above indulgence in the vice gottippine ;
our fast boys those who will, occasionally,
indulge in a glass that intoxicates, are
model inebriates ; our preacher are elo
quent; our politician honest; our city
council excellent and our county court
ttunnlng., 'How, we atV, can, a city
wits all J" these virtues , bo a
riest of list-using men 'and drunkard?
Occasionally stray citizen of Paducab
and Memphis appear before our police
court. If it were not for thoso patron of
the calaboose our police business would be
immediately impended. Our own citizen
never infringo an ordinance never disre-
I U- 1.... T- t . Af.t - t.
gaiuuiumw. murt, vairo it a moaei
burg. It can't bo excelled.
Fitzgerald's Sample Booms. Per
sons bibulously inclined, lovers of tho ex
hlleratlng juice of the corn and juice of the
grope, or malt bcvcragci, should, call ..im
mediately at the cample rooms, on corner
Commercial avenue and Fourteenth street.
Besides everything in the drinking line,
ui iuu pureei auiu, bo lias ino most ira-.
grant Havana cigars, importations from
Cuba, that land of narcotic weeds. Fitz
gerald keeps a f rst-ckst piacejj and has
withjhiaa Jisntay Eagliih, whojtnow ev
cry body, and kno wr ther wantof every
body and who i a gentleman, every
MAcmrrra. Attention of
wishinir a flntw1ii
sewlne machino is called to the
lato Unproved Wheeler and Wilson's.
They cannot bo excelled for a family
machine, or for light manufacturing pur
pose. All are invited to call and exam
ine the improvement. J. C. CARSON,
ap30dlm Agent, Cairo, III.
The following gcntlomon havo been
elected Trustees of tbo Orphan Asylum
of Southern Illinois at Cairo: 1 '
PrtsidtntT), Hurd; t
Vice-President Q. D. Williamson i
Treasurer W. W. Thornton';
Secretary H. II. Candee;
11. Watson Webb, S. B. Hay,
O.Oaligher. S. M. Orr,
J. H. Metcalf, H. Wardner,
J. Gamble, W. Eamot.-3
Tho clergymen in charge of tho Protest
ant churches aro ex-ofllcio members of the
Board of Trustee.
A new board of Lady Managers has
been appointed, as follows :
Mr. U. Wardner, Mrs. D. nurd,
' S. Walter, C.U.nondorion,
8. M. Orr, P.'W. Barclay,
, H y.Blttenhoute,
" S. Gamble.
' O. Pink, c ,
" O. flaligher,
Ai B. Saffbrd,
" Jas, JolSnson'I
11 J. II. Metealf, l
" J. M. Phillips;
" O. W. Hagey,
11 V. IT. TTonn.
B. F. Clark,'
" H.H. Candee,
W(.W.TIomton, Miss Kate ,Foote..
A concurrent mooting of ho Lady
Managers and Truitoes will beheld at the
lecture room of ,the Pretbyteiian chqrch
at 4 b'elook p.m Mbndar. Mav 6tb. 1871.'
ili U important that the attendance thouhf
' be ver'y full. " ii.'H. CANDEE, Seo'y.
Eleetless f (Been aad Lmdy DImm
Seven worker grace the chain-gang.
e v "V '
.Strawberry festival 11
"Clawlnc Ivory" is th(
i win soon be tne
K Ivory" is tho lateil Cairo
namo for piano playing.
Tho delinquent list of the county col
lector it in tho bandt of tho printer.
Thero will bo a meeting of tho Bough
and4Rcady flro company to-tnerrow night.
Tho Tobacco Fair of the Ballard
Warehouse of thit city will bo held tome
time in Juno noit.
The Fat Contributor will lecture be
fore the Y. M, C A. on the ovenlng of tho
When last heard of Gen. Rurnside, of
C. A V. R. R. fame, was at the Fifth avenue
hotel, New York city.
We protest that tho present weather
is' peetlferoiMly atean. It .is at disagree.
We as tax-paying.
' OnTFrlday .eight th'e'Silvcr Cornet
Band semtei Kri F. Pohle who depart!
for Europe to-day. j
fenSrraatim will bo administered to
children in "the, Catholic church to-day by
H. Houpt is tho Cairo agent for tbo
In roan Line of Liverpool, New York and
A present city official and an cx-Al-derman
had a fight on Friday night. Tho
official batted thoex-Alderman on tho nose.
The German Dramatic Association
will perform the great farce of '-Two
Genu and Ono Servant" lo-nlght at Phil
John W. McKco has cinployed tho
Sim to deny the assertion of Tim Bulls
Tlx that his throat put him in bed. Wo
apologize. On so important a subject we
desiro to bo exactly right.
Tim spiritualists aro preparing for a
contest with the spirits of darkness in
Cairo. Ono of their most talented lectur
ers ia to come down on us toon like tho
wolf on the fold.
"Has lncreaod wealth a favorable ef
fect upon the moral of a peoplo?" i tho
question that wilt- e debated before the
Y. M. C. A. on Monday night, in the loc
ture room of tho Presbyterian church.
Concerning the verses which we pub
lish on tbo fourth page of The Bulletin
to-day, Geo. D. Prenlico said: "One
atlght be almost willing to die if be knew
that inch a beautiful tribute to his mem-
.ory as In Memorials' would bo written."
Sol Silver has been photographed and
the picturo is a very striking
likeness. It flatters the orriginat some
what, it it true, but no one could make
Sol. believe this. Ask him for ono of the
pholoei jHo'has a number for distribution
We call the 'attention of the public to
the1 card or Mr. IL Houpt, practical watch
makerpuhliahed ia Sour advertising col
urns this morning. Mr. Houpt, whorls
located at 21 C" Washington avenue, has
alwsys on hand a flee stock of watches,
clocks, jewelry, etc.
John T.Bennie ha made Greenfield's
ferry .boat a great inititution, by putting
Into it a, flrst-rato engine .that drives it
along through tho water at an astonishing
rate of speed. James Bibb commands tho
craft, which makes regular tripi betwoon
Cairo and the Missouri shore.
The interoting letter from Vionna,
Austria, on the outside of to-day's Bulle
tin will be read with spoeial interest.
Mist Mary Saflbrd, Is well known to
many of our citizens. She is a lady of
many and Varied accomplishments, and
hat added to her othor acquirements, tho
experience and observation of extensive
travel. The letter-referred to was copied
from tho Woman' Journal.
Mr. J. H. Chambers, of 315 Locust
street, St. Louis, delivered to us yesterday
the flrat lve numbers of Chamber' En
cyclopedia, Sbaktpeare, the History of tho
World and the National Portrait Gallery.
Mr. Chambers has taken about ono hun
dred and fifty order for each of the abovo
works, and will continue his canvas of tbo
city during the present week. The works
are all flrtt-class and should be in tho
library of every book-lover.
To TJtcee the Atlratlon of the Publlo
la Kspeelaltr Invited.
Alba't. The barber shop of Wm. Alba,
on Commercial avenue, near tho corner of
Eighth street, is the plnco to which all
lovert.of a good, close tbavo with razort
sharper than' the wit ot twenty Jerrulds,
wind their way. t. tf
Meats. The branch meat shop of James
KynRSton, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tbo grocery storo of James
Carroll, is now in full blast, and this pop
ular butcher it supplying all tho refined
meat cat'ort of that portion1 of the Fourth
Ward with tplendld meat. If you havo
not tried him give him a call. tf
'JVVto Barber Shop. Tho razor Is might
ier than either tho sword or pen, and
Frederickftetxer handles, bit razor with
mora skill than William does hit tword or
Dickens,, did his, pen; and beyond nil,
doubtc ho has tho most splendidly fur
althed shop In the city. He may be
found near the corner-of -Ohio levco, on
Eighth treat,. (niAs.rxan , fh St. Nich-
pfas, Ifoltl.' Gye hro a calh roy6tf
' Nicholas Day boarders can so
rare 'good accommodations at the St. Nich
olas (formerly .the' St: Jsmet) at 14 per
week: The house is at the corner of Ohio
.joveo and-Elg&th trect, a central location,
and iiuproprlatorcd by Hariy Walker,
who is allvd to the want of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
leUnai on Inquiry at tho oflk-o.
Hew Cairo nldn't Get Want Rhe
Wealed .i:nw otir Coaatr Cowr
Kicked Oar Vat Into the sTIre.
A tolegram dated Memphis, 4th lnt, in
form tho publlo that article of conoII
dallonoftho Miisissippl River and tho
Paducah and Gulf Railroads wero signed
in that city on that day, and that the work
of completing tho former road will be com
menced immediately. This will give
Paducah direct railroad communication
with Memphis, and, when about) forty
miles of road in Illinois, commencing op
posite Paducab, thall have been built, will
make that city the gateway to that por
tion of tho South, the trade of which Cairo
might havo secured by enorgy and
But a fatality seems to hover over all
our railroad enterprise and our own peo
plo appear to bo determined to provent out
A fow year ago ourcntcrprUe wero all
"tinged with tbo color of tho rote ;" all our
prospects wero lovely and high hung our
railroad goose. Then Burnsido went up a
financial spout, and the Junction Railroad
vanihod in tho twinkling of nn eye. We
wero then of thoso who wished for a largo
number of dies to gnaw, and we mado dil
igent Inquiries for the mountains of Hep
sldam. Bat matter brightened a llttlo, and
then got very bright. Allen began to
build a branch of the Iron Mountain road
to a point oppoilto Cairo. Burnsido got
upon hi pin again, and tho Cairo and St.
Lonls road wot contracted for.
People began to feel good; but just
then in stopped our County Court and
kicked all the fut In tho fire. After waver
ingshaking its wito head at if it had in
itt noddlo all tho wisdom of tho ages It
Anally said: "Bailroadi are vanltie ; and,
although our constituents wish us to carry
out tbo contract made with Burnsldc, and
thus secure tho C. A V. road beyond the
poitlbltity of a doubt, wo shall not do
so. Our constituents are fool. We know
what is what and thoy don't." And then
tho cloud fell again.
Now, wo do not know that tbo hostile
action of tho County Court will defeat the
Vincenncs road, but we do know that ac
tion similar in tho caso of tho Cairo and
St. Louis road will surely defeat it. Tho
contractor of that road will, of courso, ask
for tho subscription made by tho county,
and if the County Court thall reply to
him as it replied to Burnside, tho work
Will never bo commenced. Wo shall see
vrhethor that Court will tako unon itt
shoulders tbls additional burden.
But, let ut be hopeful. Thero it Padu
cah tlocpy Paducah, tho homo of an easy
going population, that looks with horror
on an enterprise that requires activity
there is Paducah actually picking up the
opportunities that Cairo has refused. Nev
ertheless, let ut not give up. Thero are
thote who will help ut even if we do re
fuse to help ourselves. Some good Samar
itan will yet get us out of our difllcultio.
The County Court is right. He is a great
fool who helps himself. The truo policy
of corporations nnd individuals i to do
nothing it to allow prosperity to como if
it will, but to uso no effort to socuro pros
Gua Hkim will, in tbo future conduct
tho harbor business of Fred Theobald, at
tbo old stand. A full set of competent bar
ber havo beon engaged, and customers
will receive attontion in ovory particular.
Do not fail to call and get a first-class
shave, hair-cut and shampoo. m2tf
A CHARITABLE INSTITUTION.
Oar Otpaa Atrlam-its Caralaesa aaa
The name of tho now)y elected truster!
and lady managers of tho Orph an Asylum
will be found in U. H. Osndeo't communi
cation published in another colutnnr An
Important meeting of the abovo named
officers of tho Institution will be held on
the 8th Inst.
This Institution is ono desorving tho en
couragement and support of tho public
Organized only a fow years
tinco by philanthropic ladies of tho city,
who appreciated tbo necosilty for such an
institution in Cairo and wero confident of
their ability to porm anently establish and
mane ii en lu.iruuioni ot great useiumess
in thclrmistlon of charity, it hat struggled
under many difficulties, somotimes almost
hopolouly, but has, thanks to tho enorgy
of itt controlling spirits, survlvo l aliko tho
hock of.advcrsity and the disparagement
of its enemies. Much of its success, wo
vonturo to say, is due to Mrs. Walker, tho
efficient matron, who, with a self-sacrifice
peculiar to hor sex, hut devotod herself as
siduously to tho arduous and generally by
no mean very pleasant dutio of her re
Tho mean whereby the Asylum I
maintained flow from tho liberality of the
public come out of tbo charitasle pock
et of thoso whobollove w I tb Wordsworth,
that tbo best part of a good man's lifo it
itt littlo unromomberod act of charity nnd
jqvo. Heretofore' thi cltizent of Cairo
have been liberal in thli regard, fur be
yond the expectations of tho most san
guine friondt of tho Asylum. But there
aro times In the history of all institutlont
of thit kind when publlo charity
.bocomea careless, and while it does not re
fuse neglect! to give At tuch a time In
IttJ hUtory the Orphan Aylum of Cairo
hat arrived. It I, if wo have not beon
misinformed, greatly in need of tho neans
to make its parcntless charge comfcrtablo
by surrounding thsm with thoso necessi
ties which childhood requires. Thut our
citizens will respond liberally to any ap
peal mado to supply thoso moans we have
no'doubt. Let tho appeal bo tnadf . -.
KKEPfl CONHTAXTxYV OX HAXB
AT THE LOWEST GASH PRICE
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Hmts, Gaps, Boots, ShoM., Etc..
COR. SIXTH STREET & OHIO LEVEE
Particular attention paid to orders for
and only tho best
Tobacco Salem. Tbo tales at the Bal
lard Tobacco Warehouse yesterdny wero
attended by buyers from St. Louis, Chi
cago and other cities, and wero tho most
satisfactory sales of the season. Thoro was
more and better tobacco offered and moro
buyers present than on any previous oc
casion this year. Buyers and tellers were
all highly pleased. Seventy-eight hhds
and throe boxes were sold as follows :
& hhda trathjr lug.................t 4 00 to
10 " good Kentucky lngt . 4 7J to
13 " Illinois luii. 4 15 to
1C Illinois low lef.... ...... 5 30 to
T ' rood Illinois lef..........- 6 11 to
U " Kentucky shippers......... 80 to
" plelAld 12 CO to 19
S piebald wrapper 20 00 to 2t 25
I uriftbt Kentucky vrtppor 41 so
3 boxes........... . 4 40 to 6 15
4 bhda rejection E IS to C OS
The Festok Cork Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenue
and Trrcntloth street, is now in chargo of
Mr. M. D. Guntcr, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it. invite tho at
tention of the public to tho fact that he is
now prepared to furnish dealers and laml
lies with the very best articlo of corn tncal.
Ordert left at the mill or tent through the
pottofflce will rccclvo prompt attention.
Removal. Mrt. J. Cummings withes.
to inform her customers and tho publlo
generally that the hot removed her mil
linery goodt from hor ttore on Eighth
itreet to the commodiout room on Com
mercial Avenue, between Seventh and
Eighth itreet known as Mrt. Oawold's
old tland. Mr. Cummings has added
largely to ber tloek of goodt, and now bas
a cheap, seasonable and fashionable col
lection of hats, bonnet, ribbon, etc., to
which sho asks tbo attention of old and"
new patrons. m24dtf
Gents' Oxford Ties, Prinse Alberts
and Opera Slippers, at the 'City Shoo'
Store," corner of Commercial avenuo and
Eighth street. tf
Tub Best Sewing Machine. At the
annaal exhibition of the New England
Agricultural and Mechanical Society's
Fair, held in Boston during tho month of
August, 1870, tbo Davit towing machine
wat entered at a competitor on the list of
double thread machines for manufactur
ing and family purposes. After a close
tett of one week on all the points ot ex
cellence claimed by other machines, it was
awarded the first and highest premium a
gold medal. Alto at tho Michigan State
Fair, held at Jackson Sept. 20 to 23, it
wat awarded the flnt premium med
alfor the bett double thread tewing ma
chino for family uso; also the lint premi
um for tho best douulo thread sewing ma
chine for manufacturing purposes.
E. and W. BUD KK,
Agents for Southern Illinois.
BITEB JSHE W3.
Steamor Illinois, Columbus.
Jas. Fisk, J r., Paducah.
Olivo Branch, Now Orleans.
Ironsides, St. Louis.
11 City Chester, Memphis.
" Lawrence, Memphis.
" J. H. Blgley, New Orleans.
" John Kyle, Now Orleans.
" Emperor, Cincinnati.
" Messenger, 14
" Bee und bgs, St. Louis.
" ArkHnsat Belle, Evansville.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus,
' Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducnh.
Olive Branch, St. Louis.
" Ironsides, Pittsburg.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
11 Lawrence, Cincinnati,
J. H. Bigley Pittsburg.
Jno. Kyle, St. Louis.
Messenger, " ii
Bee and bgt, New Orleans.
Richmond, , ,s ','
Arkansas Belle, Erantvllle.
iC4?.h.?.?lvor u,t rl,en tcu two Inches,
m live past twenty-rour noun.
WHITE SHIRTS ia all aiylcs
of material npd.
EftgrTho tteamer NevStntev captured
deer in tho Ohio near Newport.
IttTho Cumberland' )s" falling
seven feet on Harpeth.
jTBosincss wat tho tame' yesterday!
8" Tho Jno. Kyio discharged herel
casks wine, 10 bxs oranget and leraon
bbls cocoanut for Nashville.
BQrThere it seven feet two inces in I
chute, and nino feet two inches in i
canal nt Louisville. a
TLe Idlewild is tho regular Eval
ville picket tbit evening to leavo pot
tivoly on arrival of the train.
CQTTlio Mississippi is still riling at 1
Louis, tbo Democrat says, at the rate I
thirty inche per month.
C-Tho Ohio I rising'wlth nino fl
tlx inches In the channel at Pittsburg a
water coming v-jtTi I
67 Tho Jut. Fisk .brought 48 hhds
bacco, 0 bxs Handles, 43 Vm wagon it
for reshipmont tooth and for C. R. Wool
ward 3bta'watB MMft lg
VAioiangliat efCd in I
weather, and wooiave,some littlapromi
at least, that wi'raxpfVSant d.
to come, .'-fuf
19)50,000 bushels coal for Cincinm
1,040,000 bushels for Louisvlllo, a
28fX000 Ugf&'isQ&prMj.i iaftftdy to
out. A fow tons left day before yctt
& Tho Quickstep .brought, for Chi
Galignerlfsf amply fifttk Harr
lot furniture, and.the following for
shipment south '76 bbls gritts, 18 b
pork; 10 hhds tobaccos '24ta sags wag
still .blowing from. thornorthwa ve
cold and all fegetetfeoV a$jcato ch
actor wat'increatdanirerT .Ve undents
"that nri"damaro wai from frt
in this vicinity, owing Ub? clouds whii
hung heavy ail night. t ' M
TO-RIOMT. ; .".a
.1 t -ul
TheQarmaa Druutla AaaaalaUoa mil (n.nl.l
iiviiurtu iu. jn" rmtj, ot r . 'XTieaeriae, ea
TTf Geata iuU OnS4trat
Poo ra open at T o'clock, Curtai rises at I
o cioct. . t t myTait
S1G WASHINGTON ATMDE,
oairo, : : : : JLiiinoisl
Always on hand a Da stock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWIIAY, ETJ
arttlculr attention gWen to repirlaa Plnl
Watetitt. f- g 1
aWThe Urgest ttoclc of Gold aad dlrer Specl
A K.iBE CIIAJfCE FOB TffHS MSN
To travel South ami West. Can twisTf bit; money
nun lump 1UI mw. wi. uimwirt I. ,
r J. aAtlitii.nir.
Care Orlcsraalor'a Hotel, S0 and, SJijjoutlj 8eJ
yuun an vv " """ jJi!T
CITY .MAHKUAL' riEJ
All oirnera of Dor. are hirWMflfie. that I
rromana aiier ine iHa or May., lev K l win kill
all unlierninl dog a fnand mialM' leoae meld J
be fount! at the City' Clerk's otJoe tally durla,
ne coriKiraie nmiia 1 1 in eityef UMro. I oaa
f ince houts,, from the X.t of ay oolh ltth ol
Cilr Ma hal.
Clro, Apnl iW. 1(71,
. i i aprttiltd
1 3 r$Hf4r&ottM, ,h
P. avo44aiaMe.wiSta Bleet
tl A LaV greatly lscfUaAKht4a(Aed ha. noeJ
on band ail kndt of Chandtben, artjeket. Peod J
Tr. m enTnee a ytirastsat ef at m ute.
" aprlMtt Vi'wwe;