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On and after iSunday, May 14lh, 1871, the follow
n time-table will govern the nrrlvat nil depart
ure of paau BRr train at Cairo I
tit, arf-Mall Iraln. dally
Kipre.a, daily...... lfcJJp.ni.
lrrt-Mall,dally " "
Kinma. dell. eiceel HunJT 3- p.m
XoobitsxeofcarsfrutiiCatroio 8t. Louis. Ko
Ann e'ea.-a from Cairo l linicaRo. iue.ini
rarltg Roou aleepin- cars on night trams
asage cheated to all ItnportaDt colnta.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will mke turee ,r,r' d,llJr'
I HAtiNO MOl.VDCITT
.m. At :"
.a.m. At is P ""
At 4 30 -
p.m. At b - '
rlmZh W, ! 1 ticket, for - W.
fiTaswnhailed. at an, coo m.erme late
iJinf.orpaengereor freight. not.ltr.
"5YANSV1LLE AND CAIRO,
OUS FOWLER - -Master
mm i r.L frt. t,rnvllU eTerr tiundaT and
ThnrsSar evening', at 6 o'ciooj, p.in
'"".'f i !.,. n.m.' Kor
frele.nl or pillage, apply oa boara or to
jard or to
JAS. 111009, Ael
Jan 3 If
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid Menmer
Joa Ton lory Slnnlcr.
I .1 .1, i II I Uf
A. Fr IMX it r p i . a pplv on
on DOa.ru or
Cumberland KUcr 1'ncltcU
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
(J A 1 UU.
Tae plendid iteamer
T Y R 0 N E ,
TOM UAItUAN...MKiler ALEX. IIAItD...-.CIerk
Will Irate Ciiro eter Saturday at ioVloek p.m.
ArCInkifllle.and .Na.hillle. Fur freight or
ariace, apply on ooarJ or to
J A3 III03rt, Ag't.
SASHVILLE, CLAHKSVILLE AND
The ga'.laul (tramer
OWLX DAVIJ...Ma.ter Clerk
Will leate Cairo emy Thurndt, at i o'clock p.m.
for Na.hiille.ClarktTilleaud all nay point. Far
freight or p:i pplr on lrd r to
jahlif. " JAS. IlKiliS, Ag't.
N AS II VI L CCL "UK.SV I LLe'a" N D
Tin good ileamer
WII.ET SlMM3...Mjterl nrk
Will leate Cairo erery Monday at S o'eloclc, p.m.
for Jia..htil!e, aod all y po'tn For freight or
pastige, apply on board .- to
JAS. HIGGJ, Ajt.
jin j it
Toil SALK.1 ForSal.jFoU SALE,
FOR SALE.J ForSi!lFOR .SALE.
Fare from Livkkfool,
Fare from LoyiiCXiiKiiRT
Faro from Glasoow,
JFaro from Queesstown
TO 0AIH0, :::::::: $48-20
Saflord, Morni i Ca
l.iTerpool .f.roTk and Philadelphia
roracr with vmtid itituind aainm
For Cirrjing Hie Malla.
for passagTe TICKETS
oa reatnea laroaM.tiox.
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, AoT.y
15 Broadway, NVw.Vork, or to
Whtnuin Ateni'e, Cairn. aula. 51
t' It NAI.K
nrte,i,1i.'nri',VC,"!.r1 Ilvl,ll'1 Compmy now
757'r.,h".fll'ingde.eribed lo a lu rira
Hi1 !?1 0 Ciiro. vli :
. V. Tl Lot 21 blook W.
M " Hi,
WILLIAM R. SMITH M.
ivt.e,iw.hiivn,, ..v ""r.'.'. i
Olhc-U Coinmen-ial ae7.iie:,ih IxiZ Mr,,
C W. DUNNING, M. J)."
RKiIIiE.VCK-corner.Ninth aud Wlniu at,,
iJAc. tioj.-fro,,, s ,,m. to Win., nnd p.in
I)F.-.1I)ENCVC... .. ."
iV Waahington ateau...:"""" . Hreet and !
butt oter the notom ..5.. .,r Iioiiim. (if.
a im. an'i'2 to i p in.
"M'-iu to li
ALLEN, MULKKV & WIIEKLV.Ky ...d hi. honor of ,vo
COUNSEL'iHS AT LAW.
Jhu U.Mulkey, V
irrartlcnlar attention paid to rWer aud ad.
OFFICE Orer Firat Nalioaal Hank, Ohio Leiee.
GREEN k GILBERT, -ATTORN
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Villiamll. een, )
William D. Gilbert, CAIftO, ILL1NOH.
HileeF. Gilbert, J
M-Hpecia. attention glfeu to Admually aud
OrrlCf OHIOLEVKK, IIOOMH 7 AND 8 OVKK
CITV NATIONAL HANK.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
D. ItEXFUtD Proprietor
oana onto un, tkp tteorni it.,
Im Only FSrit-C'lau JIuuttin City
4" Baggage roaVyd la nd from the Iicnci
H. S. RRIGHAM, M. D..
drricK, 130 Commercial ArKVSvr.,
....... ..iiMSP.m. HesU
vmce nuurs, e lo lun.m.t ' . .
oiiof, No. U Ninth slrrc I. "
FOR aiKMI'HW Ay WAY L
The Fine Steamer,
j it'll 0 1 A M -M Kit Master.
MX!. KUDU Clerk
V. ill Irate C.lro for Memphis and way landing".
. anon the If ROro la liroK'n. Hhu will
. .. iiimi ni' to rocclre Irifuht to.dny from either
.f " ' il".' "t H i : H . . M. (J. Wright and Sol. Sllter
A . nis.
II. T. GKK0UL1);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
rj. Filter'! and l'lumber'i material, Weo
pumps, glut and ang.e tali, atop
cocks, check al?ei,elc.
alio aatar rot
TiifU Brolher Pittf at lirj (Im JIlr
And Morehuse, Wells A Co' Automatic Watei
lndkair.rsndr'iipply Vnlte for steam boilers.
WINTERS 1ILOCK, COMMKRCIAL-AVKNU1
CARL L. THOMAS,
now p.-epated to reipond promptly to all de
manda for hla rerTlcea.
SROI'-COR. 8TH-ST. A.VD CoMMERCAt.-AV
III the Pcrrjr Ilonwe,
We are authorize! lo announce Androw Cain
as a candidate tor re- election to the office of City
Morhil at the approaching charier election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Joaeph It,
Taylor M a candidate for re-election to the office
of City Treasurer it the ensuing charter
We are atithorind to announce Michael How-
ley n a candidate for reflection to the office ol
City Clerk at the enaulng charter election.
A A special convocation of Cairo R. A
JS'rChnpter No.TI will t held at Masoalc
Hall, Ihn Friday eTer.lnp. Feb. 3ih, at
.". o'clock : for work In r. M. degree.
ny ora.r ol the M. Ex. II. I'.
F Koaiwiria. Secretary.
fulilNbitl every morning, Momlnj-
ALL SORTS OF ITEMS-
Dun. Unrltnun wl,Ue In St. LouW pur
:liucd a liorr-e, bug-y nnd liurnets. Dun
J tlun't propose to bu out Jouu by any body.
I A tlflf llf.P ,1.1 f kll..ll .1. K..IUt.l
......... w. tw t.b.. l.ctui 1,1, U
ihujnow will l:iivedi-nppci,reil. And two
duyt moru such tvi-ulher :uid tlto gorgn
Wo nrt- under obligations to Mr.
Henry II. Lutz, nuw4 ni;cnt on tlio Cairo
J nnd St. Louis short line, fur lilei ot paper
containing the lnte.it nnd IresheH nuw.
Metsri. Munn A; Lincgar, 011 the ono
fidp, nnd Lansdon t Fisher on the other,
tried 11 cuse wherein the rights of proper
ty were at tnk', before JuJge Brou ye
ttrday. A telegram iidilrcMsed to the manager
of the (iilbutt driunutic troupe was re
ceived in this city ye-ierdny forenoon. Can
it bo lliu-. the comp.iny intotul returning
to Cairo. Who curt nnswer'.'
tlllieer Huln-rtoii 'h bjcoming itlnrmed
nt hU jiroipneH to win the men for city
loarslml nt tlio cii.uliig ehnrler election.
.Scott luiitiii ui before liii vUlon whunevor
lie U fpokvn to 011 lliu ubjeet.
The miisquernde lit the tit. Chariot
last night, win the mot 111 ignilicent
alValr of th kind tint overtook plwe in
Cairo. Theie wero n it les. than Ixty
Uve or seventy couple presont. It w.i mag
nificent. Mr. LouW Herlnrl, tlio popular luvco
rt-itauranter, ha piire.msud of the lludur
brothers a very lino puno, whieh hu pro
wai to have t.tationi.j n hia aitlonn, and
hai cnijaged the aervieot of Mr. Ou-tavc.
Kllngsohr to opernto it.
i here wa but ori-j c.i.o In Bliunnesiy'
jcmin yeslcrduy. A lady, well-known
ilo tunny people of tin. city, wu up on a
"Aisrua of 1 ibusinrr lie 1- lml
I"'"1 Salt..t her.
nn eoi.rK "",U'rt '"' 1,10 lllb,r--'-
Kyim a,,0,::l,;r1'-V'tWU r.
UtorB.nlMU..n. ",0n,bt'r' f
tuk.n. Mr.lt.l.H,.,1 v, Wuro mI
the nmipuny fr ,,, , t,,"u tt member of
Mr. Thoum. Nuught
Twcntiuth ttreet m t Ooimnorcirt CU"lcr
,....r..u. ,. 111, 1-11.Mi.ll u 1
at hi retidunce, tk.it-, Friday uvuiilng. iV(1l'0US' wo w'" goarantef! satisfaellrin.
invite, IWfrlemN to Ui prehuut and par-' , ,
ticlpute In tlm plciuurca of the ,,,. ,, ', ,ruc u,ttl ''"'ko"burg's Excel-
-Tho directors of the CMIroA St. Louis
railroad, in accordance with previous an-
nouncoment. met nt (arbniidul,,
day. Somovery important business was
tratitnctoil, and the hoarJ adjourned, nub-
jcet to tho cull of the proldent of tho
-There was a meeting of tho Fourth
1 ,1-.. - . . . "
wnru nre compuny iieltl at tli
place of meeting, 01. Wednesd
Owing to tho abttneu
and secretary, tho compuny adjourned to
meet again next Wednesday evening, 1 ith
Thoro nro Ufto'-'ti jiermini in thecounty
Jail. Most of them were tried at U19 re-
com term 01 trie circuit court nun sen.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
tonccd lo Iho county Jail for torma rAngtng
from fifteen to twctity.flvo day. Noarly
all of tb"" will be liberated within tlio
- llctwcen four nnd five o'clock yester
day tnnrnlng this locality was
visited by 11 alight earthquake. Tho oscol-
fttlon of tho cirth scemod to bo from
norlhwtal to foiitheast, mid lasted from
ton to fifteen seconds. Many pcoplo wero
awakened from their slumber.', but to far
as heard from the shaking was not sufllcl
ontto cause the slightest damage.
Tho tobacco wurehomo 111011 of l'adll
cah are Juit now engagod In n lively quar
rel, which bodc no good to tho reputa
tion of I'iiiIucmIi as a tobacco market. Tho
Linn lloyd Tobacco Warohouo Co., on
tho one hand, nnd tho Tobacco board of
trade,"' on tho other, nre tho disputant.'. It
scorns thai 11 number of tobacco buyers
recently came together and adopted n
scries of rti'oi nnd regulations for the,
government of the several tobacco ware
houses of that city. Thcso regulations do
not bcciii to meet the approval of nil the
warohouscs in the city, hence tho quarrel.
Tho Linn Hovd Tobacco company re
fused to nibscrlbo to these rule, nnd
whj in contequnnco read out of tho board.
For several days past the Ktnineklan has
been tilled with statements from the oppos
ing factions. In 11 commuuic.ttion from
Mr. T. T. Settle, secretary of the Linn
lloyd whcrchoitse, that gentleman states
as one of tho reasons why tho proprietors
of tho houso whicli ho represents refused
to bo governed by the rules laid down by
the "tobacco board of trade, " is, thnt ono
clause of the rules road, substantially, thnt
"when any member of tho board calls
upon tho auctioneer to know who mado
a bid, he (the auctioneer) shall bo bound
toannounco tho name publicly, so that If
he tho bidder be an outsider, we boards
can run him out. '' Taking this statement
for true, wo naturally come to the con
clusion that there aro many
men in l'aducali who do not
desiro to see buyers from other markets nt
their sales. Tho rulo U not only unjust
to buyers from a distance, but it is a
swindle upon tho grower who sends his
tobacco to l'liducili to be sold. Hut this
is not our fight. It is l'aducah'a own row,
and we propose to let her fight it out. Wo
would Miggcit, however, that till .such
quarrels only tend to strengthen our to
bacco murket, nnd if this muddle docs not
drive n largo amount of tobacco lo Cairo
that would, under other circumstance?,
bavo gone to I'aduuah, wa arc much mis
taken. HUS1NESS LOCALS.
Smoked salmon and Yarmouth bloat
orsjutt received at Jorgunaoii'. tl.
Oyster Soup nt Harry Walker's every
morning. Also fresh St. LouW boor, tf
"Wanted Girl, to do general lio.ije
work. Will pay good wage,
febl 4t " U. S. Hariikll.
Now that tho Cairo nnd Vinccnue
railread l u fixed fact tho contract
having been let, and work to be com met;
ced nt once, Jorgenseii It promra! to
all kinds of grocorie? cheaper than any
other house In the city. tl
Feather Du'ter?, and Looking Glasjci.
I have on hand 11 line stock of Feather
Dusters and Looking Glasses which I urn
selling very cheap, nt Thonton'i Block,
Tenth street. It. S. Maurkll.
Where nre you going? To tho plnoo
number 03, Ohio lovco, where they keep
tho best fresh oysters, llsh and game, hnJ
the flnott wine, liquors Htid cigars to bt
found in tho city. Open at all hour?, dy
or night. .1. E. Park
Great inducements to any one wish
ing to buy u llrst-class piano or organ.
E. & W. Buder oflei their entire stock in
tlm piano and organ lino at tho actual
cost of tho instruments. Thoy aro desir
ous of closing out the stock n that they
may uso the room lor jewelry manufactur
Mr. Gustuv lClingsohr, a musician of
noted ability, who bus for lliu pntt few
yearn, boen engaged as a profe.sor in Bal
timore, Mil., proposes to make his future
homo in our city and now offer) hi mt
vicos to the public. TIiojo who have not
already engaged competent teachers would
do well to addresj Mr. Klingsohr, Box
1103, Cairo, 111. Aim especial iittonlion
given to piano tuning.
Mr. AV. II. llyun has lately opened a
frame mid pli'toro i'fttabliihiuent on 8th
street, near cor. Washington avctiuo.
His Mock comprises frnmi of nil atyles
and size?, 11ml many very hu!idomn pho
tographs, engravings, chromns, albums
etc. IIo has all sorts of mouldings and
mnkos the framing of pictures to order, a
specialty. .Mr. It. invit.-. nil to call and
emmine his stock. .Inn '.'S-lm-d.
Wo hnvu no htsitatloii in recommend,
lug William Ehl'r, boot and shoo maker
n worthy of moJt liberal patronage. We
know whereof wu apeak when we a t.u
work W donu in u matturU manner al the
lowest price. Hu u.es 'iMthing but tho
best of stock, and ho cannot be uxcolb-'l n
the delicate task of making an oxuoi, 'I',
Give him a call at his shop on Twentieth
iitrcot, between Washington iivouite and
Poplar atreot, nearly oppo.ltu tho court
! lC U ( ,h.0 Jn-tUutlon.
exi'olltint Him'!. , ,nf', w 1 U
I etc. 1.. n. "-wllkios, wines, beer.
j op in pIni'U.l "'' X"Mch U
' how to ke,.," U,ankonl,l",B
" llm' '"" '"'h every mo,,"' "l)lr',,J
I nitig, ..ml, ns l,u ruU.lb,,
: . ' ' M'ti'iM.. it
I " 11 " wirt niu.le." '
1 lini ..in t if. , v., I tl... I.....I
1 fpcukout In miincal tono,, Kvorvbodv
is invited. Tho best order U maintained
and all improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Kv.
orybody known that tho .ExceWlor i,a!.-.,,..
. is at the comerof Wnthlngton nveiiuc. and
) l ourteenth ttreot.
IIUIiHAH! HURRAH II HURRAH II!
TUB I'Rt.VCK COMK AT LAST NO UOr.on
COULD KEK1- HIM AWAV AT ANY TIM K
OCR ENTEItritlsl.VO CITIZEN, COtWctl.
MEN AND KX-CltlEE-FIUE-MAIISIIAL,
will now have nn opportunity to mnko
good uso of their brnn now tlud, which,
rumor say, wero purchased uxpreasly for
Iho occasion. Tho city authorities will
no doubt about it receive, in a body,
Schiih and Buder not excepted, although
thoy voted against nn formal icceptlon.
Whom havo they lo thank for the rcitllxv
lion of tholr fonl dreams? Thnt is the
momentous question now before the houe.
The answer Is tho
THE CAIRO TURNER OUlEt'Y,
who Invited, instead of the unreliable
Prince AlexW, their royal highnesses, tho
PRINCE ANI rilINCK) CARNIVAL,
and thoso illustrious personages liavo in
formed tho undersigned committee, by
telegram, that they will, without full, ar
rive at Cairo on
MO.VIIAT, 1T.I1RUARV 1'JTII, lBtlf,
rain or stioiv, sunshine or storm, and hold
court, Including n
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL, .
SCIIEF.I.'S WASHINGTON HALL
Tho following is tho
gotten up expressly for tho occasion:
1. Hnrlcquin ;
2. Musicians, with brass in their faces ;
3. Master of Ceremonies ;
4. Their royal hlghtifse, the Princo
and Princess Carnival;
5. The first trial of tho "Temperance
Law " will tako place.
I At this trial all fools who havo taken
part in its passage, will bo present, to-wit :
Mombors of tho legislature, judges, 'aw
ycrs, policemen, bailiffs, a woman, newspa
per reporters, barkeeper', bummers, nnd
n largo auulcnco coiddo'cu 01 men nnu
C. Tho whole to concludo with tho
equestrian performance of Signora Pepita
do Ollva on her Arabian thorough-bred,
7. Monsiour Hcrkules and his ton ; aftir
which Ids royal highness will break up
the whole In n general confusion, in mod
ern language, cnllcd n Polonaito, waltz,
quadrille, etc., etc.
This will continue until daylight tho
next morning in the evening.
Particular attention will betaken at the
door to exclude all thoe whoso company
Is not desirable
Tickets for tho grand uiaqueradc ball to
bo had t Budor Bros., P. G. SchuhV drug
store, Burger'6, Belzner', Alba's iiarbcr
shop, and of Mr. SchmiUdurf.
By order of
R. V. IlELZNEll,
fub.O-tf Com. of Arrangements.
H. LEVY A CO. PAY THE HlflllKsV MARKET
Below will be found tho corrected list
of prlcej paid liv Jf. Lew .V Co., for
hide, fur, feathen, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and nil kinds of country produce.
Ljvy & Co. do a very largo Undo in their
line, and it is n well known fact that they
always pay tho highest prices, to be ob-
t .'lined in this
market, "hev nro now
Beaver, per pound
.2 00 a 'J 25
ft 00 a 7 00
2 00 a 0 00
60 a 75
HIIlEt, per pound :
Dcor Skins 27 a 37J
Beef Hides, Drv Salt lbj a'JO
" " Green Salt Onl'-'J
OTHER ARTICLES :
Tallow, pir pound 0ti7j
Feathers, " " 60 a 00
Wool, " " Ii0a70
Beeswax " " 'Jon 28
The above price IWt W subject to correc
THOMAS I'llliroURAI'IIIC U T IIALLKRY
REMOVKII TO THE CORNER OF EIGHT
hTREET ANII COMMKRI'IAL AVESl'E, IN
I now havo good light to work bv and
pleasant rooms for the accommodation of
visitor and customer. I am now pre
pared to do as good photographic work as
was ever dono in Cairo. I will tako pho
tographs, plain, imitation poreeluln and
gems; old pictures copied, enlarged, and
colored in India ink or water colors. Par
ticular attention given to taking child
Don't forget tho place, corner Eighth
htreetntid Commercial avenue.
feb7-lw .1. J. Thomas.
WINES AND LIQUOR.
Pat. Fitzgerald, of the Sample Rooms,
has received tho appointment of agent for
tho salo of tho Hammondsport, N. Y.,
Urbanna Wlno Company's wines in this
city. If tho bottle with which wo wore
yosterday presented is n kaiuplo or the
piallty of these wlnen, then we are pre
pared to say that thoy nro among tho best
wo huvo over tasted. Ho has just
received a largo consignment, which hu W
prepared to cull at tho lowest llgururs.
He has also on hand 11 largo and complete
biocK 01 1110 various brands of Irish,
.Scotch nnd American whiskies, and wines
or every variety janl'Jdtf.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE,
Dwelling houso built list summer and
wo acres of ground, cost $11,600 and store
''"uo, cost $1,500 now renting for twenty
V r l'or "lonth, In a growing railroad
Southern Illinois. Will exelmn..u
part or ,,(1 ,ftIso nbovo for dwelling ,,
II ""it for any 0110 wanting to go in
tobu.lr.0M. Address U.S., earo ol Bin.
FEBRUARY 9, 187:
A bcnutlful article just received nnd for
ale nt wholcsalo nnd retail by
Rm-iiAiiDT V. Belznkr, Solo Agt.
Wo have just received, from tho nian
iiruclurcra, n Wilcox a 1 (Mbbs towing
machine. It ia beautifully finished and
has the hummer, braider, etc., This ma
chine, worth sixty dollars, will bo sold nt a
bargain nnd mny bo seen at Room 10,
Winter', block. lr
1 will oiler for salo at my sales room,
105 Commercial avenue, on Salurdav,
Fubmnry , at OJ o'clock n. m., tho fol
lowing articles, to be sold for charges : 2
first-class billiard tables, complete j ono
lot of gas fixtures, and a lot of steamboat
sash and doois j also two lino gold
watches. Salo positive, and without
reserve. D. IIautman, Auctioneer.
C.lllll AMI VlNCftl.1 lUltlllHI', I
Oir.ca or Minor., Lonn A Co., Costrucrnns, J.
I'Loni, Itis , I't'li. Vlh, IST. J
A. II. Hjllor.l, Cairo, Ms.
Dear Sir : Col. Smith nnd Mr. Norris
will bo in Cairo Thursday morning to
commence settlement of C. & V, IE. It. mat
ters. You will ple:iu notify any enquir
ers to this effect.
Wry truly, yours,
S. P. Peaiiopy.
HOARD AND LODGING.
Mr. T .11. Kills, the comer of Seventh
and Commercial Is prepared to accom
modate all who apply with board, with
or without rooms, at prices lower than nny
other first-clashouo in the city. Mr. El
lis keeps an excellent table; his room; aro
front rooms high, light nnd airy, and well
furnished, and wu have no hesitation in
promising satisfaction to nil who call on
him. Mr. hills will, also supply parties
who desiro with unfurnished rooms nt
reasonable rates. Let all interested tnko
notice. Remember on the corner of
Seventh and Commercial. 2IG
HIGHEST CASH PRICE l'AII) FOR II I II R s
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Tliornton's block,
Tenth street, nro prepared to pay the high
est cash price for articles in their line, ns
" Musk Rat
.$1.75 to 'J.21
. COc to COt
10 to 15
10 to SO
, f..U0 to COO
.. 6.00 to 7.00
Green Salt 0.1 to 10c
Green Salt, kip and calf. 1- to lie
Deer Skins -6 to 35c
For other article!', Mich as rags, feath
era, hoot wax, wool and tallow, wo .vill pay
the highest market price.
Burnett A- Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth Mroet., Cairo, 111
Pr.odiiEs.sor the Revolution. A new
light dawned upon tho world with tho In
traduction of Plantation Bitters twelve
years ago. Drastic purgation went out
restoration and renovation came in. Tho
the eyes of tho pcoplo wero opened to tho
great fact tint tho way to curcdiiease Is to
strengthen and support its victim, not to
place thom nt its mercy hut depriving
them of tho little strength thev have. It
soon becamo evident that a means of in
fusing vitality into tho fecblo system, reg
ulutlng tho secretions, curing indigestion
and reforming n bilious habit of body, no
medicinal preparation then known was at
all comparable to thu restorative. Since
then hundreds of attempts havo been
mado to rivnl tho bitters. Thoy huvo all
fulled, and tho Grand Revolution in Med
ical Treatment, whicli was commenced in
18C0, is still in progress. Nothing can
stop it, for it is founded on thu principle,
now universally acknowledged, that phys
ical vigor is thu most formidable iintugon
ist nf all human ailments, and experience
bus fihown that Plantation Bitters is
peerless invigorant, as well ns tho best
possiblo safe-guard ngainht epidemic
Mr. Clin. Mehner has just received
from tho pulWhvrs in Now York, a book
cf costumes containing all tlio latest styles
of stagecquipmonts. Ho invites his friends
to call and examine the book, and if there
aro any persons tloslriii;; articles in this
line, .Mr. Mehner is proparcd to furnish
thum on short notico and reasonable
I terms. .Mr. Maimer 11W0 has a number of
1 masks which ho will sell or biro out to
j those who may want them. .Mr. .Mehner
J lias removed his establishment to tho two
I j-lorv frame building opposito John
fiohcel'i hnll, where ho Is prepnrcd lo fur
maska on tho shortest notice.
Notice. Tho best entertainment in
tho city is at tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
nnd restaurant. Tho best music that can
'1)0 had violin and piano. Good lunch
sivnry morning and night. All of tho
llucht brands of cigars, and tho best St,
Louis lager beer, always fresh and nlco.
'Give us a call.
Harry Walker. Proprietor.
Marriage Guide. Interesting work
rnumerotis engravings, 2i!4 pages. Price
60 cunts. Address Dr. Butts' Disponsary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis
Mo. Sou Advertisement. tf
To MoniEus and Nu uses. Mis.
"Whitcomb's Svrtip for diarrhea, Arc, in
childroii, whether Induced by teething or
other causes, is tlio safuiit and best remedy.
Sleeping Rooms von JIent. Ton
woll ventilated sleeping rooms in City No
viinnl Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
ARRIVED AND departed.
Steamer Wlirrn from. Wlirrr. Ir..
Innioa Klsk......Pndticah. 1'nduenh
lohn Lum.den.Nnshvlllo Nnshvlllo.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Tho rivor Is again fnlllmr alowlv but iho
fall will not ct.ntlnuo vorv lorn? for thorn
li n four feet of 11 rlso coming out of tho
Cumberland nnd that will check It, nl-
iiimigii 11 will not cauio much of a chnngo
lit 1110 river nt this place. Tlio rivor win
icar 01 leo yesterday, save 11 few blocks of
Nothing W heard from the uorne. there
fore It Is certain that It rnmntns much the
inmo. o accident of nnv nolo hn.s
I'npponed to any of tho boats that aro In
it and it Is generally thought that tho
boats that nro below thu foot of It will bo
moro apt to receive damage.' than those
thai nre in It.
Tho Cumberland river Is rising rapidly
with 5 fact on Harpeth Shoals. At Nash
vlllo It rosn 6 foot in ono day, so tol
egraphlc. reports state. At Cincinnati
ho condition of tho river remains un
changed. At Louisville the river li
rising a little. At Evnnsvlllo tho Ohio
is falling and remains blockaded bv ice.
Arkansas river is rising slowlv. Tho Mis
sissippi continues ns of old, that !, in a bnd
condition. It was frozan over at Chester
few days sinco which is an unusual
occurrence, but tho Into cold snap wa
suvcro enough lo frec.o tho portals of
his Satanic Majesty's residence, there
foro 110 wonder.
HUISINEs AND WEATHER.
Tho loves liml 11 more animated look
yesterday than It has had for several davs
and considerable hiislne.t was transacted
nt tho wharfhoatv
Tin! sun shone brightly till tho day and
it was very pleasant during the afternoon
for pcdctrinn, avu that It was rather
sloppy underfoot. The greatest part of
the ico arid anow wn melted, hut consld
limbic remains this morning.
Capt. Dugan and Walter McKoo left
yesterday morning for the gurgo and It is
their intention to try nnd remove it by the
blasting process. Thoy took with them
several pounds of tiltro-glycorino and with
Unit they will experiment and if it proves
what they think it will, then they will go
to work in earnest. Wo hope to hear fa
vornblo news from them in a lew days.
Tho John Lumsden catuu from Nash
vlllo brought a slim trip. She reports
having to break up an ice gorge nt Dyctis
burg before she could como down. Such a
a thing seldom happens In the, Cumberland
Tho II. C. Yeager commenced rcceivin
freight again and before long she will
havo nil she wants.
Now thut the Great Republic has been
so unfortunate us to miss conveying the
ducal party down tho river it is very prob
able that she will return to this port and
take on 11 load for Now Orleans when she
Is released from tho gorge.
Tho AIaka is receiving plenty of freight
nnd will kip out as j n as tho ice gorge
lets go but when that will be wo can't tell
Iho .Montmik towed the m-gor up to
tho I. C. R. R. whufhoat, where she will
iccoivo co'iniilorabhi freight. Sho ulso
towed thu Arkansas Hello down to Haiti
dav Bro.'s warehouso font lot of corn and
The Idlcwild remains in port undecided
what to do as long as tho river remains
Tho Nick Ijjngworth, of which o much
has been said about hor pcrilou' position
in the gorge, lies in a good harbor. She
can rim out 11 line nnd swing down tinder
tho point when tho gorgo breaks and will
be in the host harbor of any of them. At
least 11 pilot who is well posted about
things down there inform us so.
ST HAMBOAT BUTCIIE it
City .VhIIoiiiU lliiuk iTtillilliis.
uu'"P',cll attention paid loonier from Menu.
oats night or dnv."u
For Sale. A cottage on 12th street
containing 7 room', cistern and out
houses complete. Apply to
For new citron, orange mid ltmor
peel, co to Jorgcnson's corner of Twcn
tleth atreet and Washington avenue, tt
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor
gonson's, corner of Twentieth street nnd
imported .Malaga grapes at .lorgon
son's, corner of Twentieth street nnd
Washington avenue. U
New French prune, currants and
raisins always on hand tit Jorgenon
grocery store. tl
Peck, Frkan, A-Co's London bi.euit
always 011 hand, corner Twentieth an
Wrioiit's no pius intra minced inca
prepared expressly for family uso, at Jor
gonson's. L, Jorgenscn has on hand n fresh sup
Py of Damsons, Ir. syrup. tf
JoiiGENNON hus. tho best East India
prcsorvc.s for tale cheap. tl
Sandwitchqd meats of all kinds al
ways on hand at S. Jorgctuon's. tf.
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Rattlngor's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills
joroenson litis tho flnost
Spanish olives in tho city.
tolls Rattlnger's mod!
Yarmouth succotash and corn at Jor
Oystor Soup at Harry Walker' crcry
morning. Also fresh St. LouW boor, tf
Oyster Soup at Harry Walker's ovory
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Fresh Muscat grapes from Onllfornln,
jul received at Jorgonton'i. "
The bcsfFronch anohovles n tho city
(it Jorgonson's. "
:tAI. AND WOOD.
WOOD! WOOD 1 1 WOOD! I
The unilersiKiieil h dl fnriii.li
IAHD AXD DRY WOOD
Ah Cheap, II mil lH Min
lhan any wood dealer In Onto. I.,J "nn i
li iho alnles nt the I'ostomce am ai 11""
sard, ou Commercial avenue, between Trnlh ami
twelfth atreela. Cairo. Illinul'. I '"
tneaailtd and will cord the nood up If "".re'
II It V it O O I s.
71. FALL WINTJ5H.
C. IL A N NY.
C II E C K S,
S T R I P E S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EX1RA,
LARGE STOCK OF CARKTIN(i
GILT HANDS, ,
Ill KnllrrNlnrk Now i'loalna; Out
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8tH ST., AND COM MERCIAL-A V,,
FORWARDING am. COMMISSION
l i:itt'll A NT H
Dl'iA LRRS IN FLOUR;
Ohio Itlser mill Kniuiulin
70 Ohio Lsvke,
CASSIDY, WOLFE CO.,
Produce and Groceries
WASHINGTON AVENUE, ItETWEEN
EIGHTH AND NINTH STS.,
r Give them a Cull I -J
BUTOH IE JEZj
AND prAUR IX
Eiohtii Street, Bbtween Wabhinoton
and Commercial avenues,
Aolnliir; Klllenliouac A- Ilniiuy'a,
Keep Iho best of lleef, Pork, Million, Vil,
Lamb, KaumiKn. etc., aud are prepared to mrve
ititeni In Hie most ncccplablo 11 anncr.
11 1: T II K N I) A
Ol Wiiiikraslin, WlnroiiNlii,
..cknouledgedciire of Hridht'N Disease, Dlabelea
Dropsy, all ullrctiona ot Kidney, lllnUer nnd
Uniary orsani, alio Li?er troublea. H. V, Chase,
Chief Jimtico of the llnlteit Blatea, testoted to
health by It" hi lx weeks.
J. W. wiiii fcviicioi .B.-mioriii male oi 1111
lis. Wholesale and Hetiill Hupply Depot. 130
mipply Depot, 730,
Inoia. All nr.lur. I.i
Wabash ATenue, Chlcaco, Illinois
inall promptly n.tvimtu in.
rnilK Copartnership exlsling between the tin.
JLilersifinoU will exidrti mi or before
the 1st day of April next. iyr.
sons indebted to in are renueai.
ed to aettle their accounla, as the books on auJ
",?' ty1 dJr "I" b Plf 1 'hr hands tor
collect oa. GltBUI.FY A Patikh