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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1872.
1 TAKK KOTICK
JZZllSSXm Vfitn the arrival 'and d.parl-
'.. . m.h train, daily .-.... . 4:po a.m,
Jiprei. daily- fctsp.m
Btpaeaa..... .... 1.00 p.m.
Cairo mm at. iAn snort ur
K thsaa-a of irj from Cairo 10 sr. .?
UM from Cairo to WW-
rr1 oo sleeping en J"' "
IQM eheeked to ll unpor"'
Will make thru trlpi ltj-.
Two night onlj. .
Nrr Orln fifijanllc Minstrels,
Th arcal chief monarch! of mlnstraltT,
rJpoStd of Keejlment r Arllate,
on their twentieth Annual auceeeafii lour.
Introducing Ihelr brilliant, ration specialities.
Tnn i.liest. inosi reliable and laraett.
complete troupe tn existence. Announcing
Crnll Entcitftlnmcnt full of merit.
Admlinn Weenie, Referred eeat 'Scent.
Br TICKeti inr fair at uarrman siore.
4in.IC-d9l 0 11. DUPREZ, Manager.
PnMleatioM eaee. Balletlst Ballttlaa;,
At 4 .,
At 1:10......... a.m.
At 1!" " ' '"'
At 6 .-p.m.
rar.b y. cents! W tlekrt-for tiff.
Will taa. ."hen hailed, at any gooU '"n"":,lf-"
MdiVglor paaaeoger or fre fjjht. norllif.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
J" AS. FISK,
Dome SMECLtr, Cspt.
aas Cilro HUM'. '"i1' -If
on rrjur u ui
Mr. Viiok, In., Arrllll, 12.
AV.- Cif Sullttin;
DM Sib Please to announce me M a ranill
date for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern
Oraarf Dirlal in ot Illinois. Thenewcontltiitlon
proTide that the Clerk ol tho (Supreme Court
shall hereaner be elected at tno November eier
lion. iDiteaal of the June election ' hrrelore.
Ttie ineeeiaor of the preaent incumbent are
tot elected thi coming full, but will not qiitlify
uatltthe prent term expire In 17.1.
It. A. D. WILIlANKa
Oo ElghthStrret, between CommersUUnJ Wah
loxton Atenuc, I dally receltlni
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKST Srr.INO AND SUMMER STTLtS.
Helite full line of
BO!TIrET3 & HATS
Trimmed and unlrlmmed,)
FREN'CJ FLOWER?. MBiUWN, TRIMUINOS
of all kind, t.nctf, etc., etc.
Mr. McRee hai nlo
fancy Aillclf'.mch a
TIE. COIUIW, I'NDEnsLEEVES,
HVFPtf, HMUCi, FANS,,
An i all other article usually found In a
PinST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr. MoOf r I well. Known to the Ladle ol
Cairn and ricinll), and hy strict etiention in bui
ir.i nnpe in reiain ana aau 10 me patronage
Illch )i li..pn in ltlrftrnllv titnwil llttnn lir
lnthepat. 1-30-1 1
A rccttlitr cotntiiunicAtlon of tlio
DolU Lodgo No. CC8 i & A. M.
will bo held In Matonlc hall thl
Thursday evenine, May tlio 2d 1872. Vial,
ton cordially Invited.
Jamks A. Phillim, 8cc'y.
Cairo, 111., May 11,1172
One hundred Day Laborers and Station
Men on the Cairo & St. Louts railroad, six
miles from Cairo. Wages for laborers,
$2r5 dy; good station work, 20 cents
yard. O. S. Davis, Contractor.
A first class shoe maker by Hardy &
Greenwold, corner Seventh street and
Washington avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
You can savo
30 jer cent,
by buying your Wall Taper at Abie's,
on Seventh street, opposito Winter's
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN RANK
RUl'TCY. Ai wtigsee of K. K. Hall A Co., bankrupt, I
III offer it public auction at the court (10110
door In the city of Cairn, llllnoi, on Weilnearlay,
tbt eighth daynl My, A. ). 1ST, commencing at
ttn o'clock, a. ra., the folloning dckcrlbnl prop
Lot numliernl thtrly-ieTen (.'17,) thi'ty-elght
IM.1 thlrty.i-ine Si ml forty 4U, in block nil in
8erd ltti.lght li,J In thn city of Cniro, with
uaproTtment thereon, cnnitliig of four telle,
tnent house Ac. Term, one third cah, and
kalanre Id an C or twelve 12J month with lien
STEPHEN K. JONES,
Algoeeof E. K. HAM. A CO.
Cairo, Ills.. April ll.lnTi.
Green A Gilbert. attorne a. Ml-'-'Otd.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
ivmCE Oter M. J. McOaule' drua
J near corner Coiimercbl ateuiie anil Kigh
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I.AnOF.ST VAISIKTV iTOCK IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of N Ineleeiitli (street mu Com
Swan & Co.,
Oroldo and Milton Compound
Cutlery, Plated Ware, Fancy Good., &c
83 Ohio Levee,
4.231m. Cairo, Illinois.
T II E
Tlio warm days of Summer nro np
prachlng, when we shall nil bo pestered
by annoying mosquitoes and hopping
flens, but which will bring nlong with
these trials tlio luxuries of Ico cream and
soda water. And wliero shnll wo go for
either ice crenm or soda wutor but to Phil
Snup's. Ho Is already furnishing both
these delicacies to inquircrw, nnd wo can
aMuro nil tlio public that they are the
' best of their kind extant. His saloon, on
Commercial .avenue, is neatly fitted up
for thn accommodation of ladies and
children, and no improper characters are
ever permitted to enter It. Tho attend
ants ore polite and very attentive to their
duties, and parents may entrust their
children to their care without any misgiv-
To buy the Celebrated
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
EESJUE.VCK-No. SI Thirteen Hi rtreet, be
tween lVhiojion aicnueand Walnut Mrett.
OfBce lilCommerclal ncnii., up talr.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SKSIDENCE-cornerNinth and Walnut ate,
Ofhee coiner Suth street and Uhlo lnree.
s hours from 6 a.m. to 1 i in., and 'i p. in
II. WARDNER, M. 1).
D EVIDENCE Corner MneUeDth atreet and
Xv Waahlngton atenue, near court houe. Of
bet oTer the postorhce. Utfice hour 10 to l
a.m.and2to p.m. janictf.
R.S. RRIGIIAM, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Otttt, 1M Coinmerrlal Avennr,
Eapeclal attention pa d to the treatment of all
ANU 1IF.ST qUALITICM or
AND ALL KINDS OF
Incs of any hind.
4-1 1-1 111
THE LITTLE KENTUCKIAN,
No, C3 Ohio levee, is the place whoro
they keep the freshest flsh and game, and
tho finest wine.", liquors and cigars, to be
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty,
flvo cents. Upon day nnd night, nt all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Stuart & Giiolson aro offering a very
nttractivo lino of White Goods, consinting
of Corded Figured Piquc, Victoria and
Jliahop Lawns, Jaconets, Titrlutuns, etc.
We nre also offering u vary largo lino of
White Trimming at pricca tlml cannot, bo
undersold in this market. 4-2Bd3.
AT THE VKKV
DISSOLUTION OF GO-PARTNERSHIP
Tho co-partnership herctuforo cxUtlng
between tho undersigned, under tho namo
and style of "Cairo Stavo and llarrel
Works" is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Uubertvs Finn,
Joseph S. Davis,
CiiAhE P. Parronh.
April 2C, 1872. l-27-3t
G12 and G14
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Halesroomt of Ibe
MsuaufMtartnsr Cora pan 7.
A. N. Cheney, deirndant, la notified that on the
isiaaay 01 Maixn. isis, is wris 01 KUKguinrus "
Ukt out of the clerk' ctfic of tho Alexander
Count? Circuit Curt in the Htate or lllinol,
annsl yourrtUte, returnable on iheflrt Mnn
day id sprll, 117, ns the a it or Tboma J. Eur,
Plaint. 9 for the sum or 129 CI aad accruing in
lertsl. which writ b been .xec'lied. nd paid
aaitUnow pending In raid .nun. U lea you
shall appet ,n the retnrn day theeol. Judgment
will be rendered iiralntt vou. nnd the iranii.hee
XT.,Vhll:1,fdr.:,M on hand a Stock of Goods
'. . . Juiir u. nsitnai,urrs,
Allen, Mnlkey k Wheeler, ati'ya for plaintllt,
$CgC. Hanny Wishes the
public to bo informed that lie
Stuart & Gbolson are offering a full
lino of tho celebrated Quaker City Fino
Shirts. Tbey aro the best shirt manufac
tured in this country. We got them up
to order with all lato Improvements. A
nlco assortment of Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Collar, Tics, etc., always on band
Gentlemen who want a good fitting shirt
give us a calh 4-28d3,
. ICE! ICE!! ICE!! I
From Wednesday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will canvass the city, to continue
durine the summer months. None but
pure northern lake ice will bo delivered
Hvse, Loo mis, & Co.
A. N. Cheney, defendant, I netiOed that on th
ltth day of March. 1)11 n writ of ntuchment w
Uue1 out of the clt-ik' office, of the Alexander
vnuoty s-treuit Court, In tho Btaie of Illinois
agalaalyour asttte, returnabl nnthaflr-i Jton
day in Annl. 1172. at ih .,m nr J.rn.i Y. Clem
on, plainlifl, for the um of 36 and atcrulnr
inierrat. which am h. i.n xrcutd. and ealu
BUlt U now nnrflmr in a.lil rruil. Dale. a JOU
shall appear on the return day thereof, judgment
will be enured ag.list you, aod the garniahee
svresMl In ul cauee required to anwrr, anil be
dltwlth according 10 law. Hated March jjih,
snz. JUIir VJ. HAHiA,", t-ierK,
Aura, jauiKey & wnetier, an j lur piainviu
A. N, Cheney, defendant, I notified that on tl.e
ltth day of March, 1872, writ of attachment was
tasued out of the clerk'a office of the Al-inder
Countr Circuit Court, in Ihe Htate cf Illinois.
gainst your estate, returnable on the first Mon.
oar. 10 April, A, 11. it, 1, at uie auu 01 aai ,an .11
Tnomoson. Plaintiff, fortheaum nltllt 0 and
accruing interest, which writ ha lcn executed,
a4 ald suit Is l ow iiendioglniid rniirt, Tnless
voa aooear on the retu n clv thereol. Imlzment
will ha entered against you. and the garnishee
aarred In aald can-e required to answer, and be
rlealt with according to law. Dated. March lMli,
ieiz. juim t iiaiijia., t-ieru,
Aisan, Muistey m wneeicr, an ys torpiainiin
as extensive as any in uie
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell everv article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices, lie
will satisfy you both as to qual
ity and cost.
Lesral notice la herebv clean that Samuel Mlnnl.
Taylor aad Edwin Faraone, t n!eeof tho Calio
sasrv rroperir, naremed tne.r tun la rnanorr, to
wmwivm TMiixrs iieo, id inn i.ircim uouri or AI
suaader countr, ata'e of Illinois. gint Ellca
as4k ritagarald. now .Elizabeth Oo.tclln. nnd r.
Oaatelle, her husband. That aald tint It now
feaswiaw IB eaia court t ana mat me lime and
wusoe oi ina reiurn 01 ine aummona laaiied m
ssmesBH in nrai nonuay 111 Julv, a. I). Id7i,
at the terns of aaid court then lo tu, hnlden at the
iiou im wwro, Alexander county, stale ol
n 1 a. JOHN Q.IIARMAV. Clerk.
Cairo, Hay Snd, l7f. i-illivrlt.
Fraak Ilurna. defeudanf, la
oa the first iiar of
Burna. ccmplalnant, tiled her
Ull In chancery for dlmrca, ia Ihe Alexander
HtSPA HKER & BLA KE
have tho largest stock of wall
paper, borders, decorations,
&c, ever brought to Cairo,
and aro prepared to do paper
hanging, Xalsomining, paint
ing, 1V0., on snort notice,
nnd nt prices that defy compc-4
tition. Call and o.vamino
heir splendid lino of papers.
All work warranted, and
satisfaction guaranteed. All
paper purchased of them
Mrs. Swandcr, on Commercial ave
nue, in the Athencum building, is offering
unusual attractions in the way of spring
and summer iroods to tho Indies. Her
stock Is composed of new goods through
out, and every articlo is ftuhloniible, cheup
and handiomo. Space forbids the mention
of all tho articles which Mrs. Swandcr of
fers to her customers, but among them
may bo found hat, bonnets, flowers,'
French and American ribbons, luces
fringes, embroideries, hosiery, ladles' and
childrens' plal.t trimmed underwear and
suits, infants' laeu setts, an elegant assort
ment of kid gloves, Jowelry and notions
of every kind. Theso goods woro ull so
lectod personally by Mrs. Swandcr, nnd
aro offered to tho public nt prices lowor
than thoy cun bo bought elsewhere in this
market. All good's marked in plain
figures. Call at once, ladies, nnd secure
beautiful goods at low figures.
A large nnd select Invoice of llrolns
kis warranted home made, ladios', mlptes',
and children's shoes ana slippers, just re
ceived and on hand at tho City Shoo
Notice. Choice Coffee, 4 pounds for
SI 00, at tho New York Store.
Jtonry Martin has bcon designated
by tho mayor, under ordinanco 23, ns day
policeman, nnd R. F. IJtllingaly, ns ser
geant of the police.
Amanda' Burns is, seeking a dlvorco
frcm Frank Ilurns,and on yesterday filed
her bill In chancery, In tho Alexander
Wo aro Informed that Gov. Dough
erty, having great faith in tho outcome of
Cairo, Is making arrangements to croct
three largo lovco business houses .
Inscoro (if Anna Is in town. Wo
hare given him tho freedom of tho city,
and hope tho mayor will not .bo offended
at this liberty.
Tho Lutheran picnic yesterday was a
success tn every particular. Tho day was
pleasant, and tho old and young folks en-
Joyed themselves hugely.
Able has received another largo sup.
ply of wall paper. Ho Is on the war path,
and resolved to do his work in tho best
manner at tho lowest prices.
Gen. Reed of the Mississippi Central
railroad has started from Cairo, with n
corps of survoyors, over the proposed lino
of the proposed extension of the Missis
tippl Central railroad to this city.
The board of health had a meeting
tho other day to provide ways and means
to exterminate the small-pux. Tho deter
mination of tho bonrd has not yet been
made known to tho public.
The storm of Tueday .night was
quite sovere. The rain was a torrent
from tho clouds, the lightning was
sharp and tho thunder sounded liko the
applause in tho Cincinnall convention.
Tho beautiful " snow balls " from tho
garden of Mr. Thornton, placed on our
table yestorday'mornlng, havo boon n
pleasuro to our eyes ever since. Tho
donor will accept our thanks, a thousand
A gentleman from tho coun
try not n thouand miles
from Cairo, proposes, if ho can
procure tho necessary lots in nn eligible
locality, to build in this city n first-class
The alarm of flro yesterday morning
was occasioned by tlio burning out of a
chimney in n houso on Eighth street.
Tho firc-alnrm bells made a dreadful dis
turbance about the matter, and nil tho
engines woro very promptly 011 tho
ground, but only one the Rough, we be
llovo threw water.
Only thirty-three permits for vaccina.
lion have been ifsuod by the city clerk
since the order of the council. The peo
ple who desiro to be vaccinated at public
cxpenso are not tlio people who read pa
pcrs, and tho council neglected to have
On Tuefday Mr. Henry Slack moved
from Eighth atrcct to comer of Sixth
street nnd Jefferson avenue. During tho
moving, n roll of gros grain silk, contain
nc twclvo yards, was lost. If tho llndor
will return tlio till; to Mr. Slack, a reward
f $3 will bo paid and 110 questions askod.
Samuel Sid way is in the city canvass-
ng lor advertisements lor jNcais 'btato
Gazette,' published at Dyorsbrirg, Tennes
see, and for a pamphlet In which tho pre
miums of tho next annual fair of the
Dyor county Agricultural and Mechan
ical Society sprinted. The ' Gazette' is
n live pnpor published In a live commu
The Mound City correspondent of
this valuable journal, does not uppreclato
tho "short-sleovo " and thitt-collarless
habits of Cuirobusincss men. Ho lives In
quiet village whero the people have
nothing to do, and not in Cairo whore
tho business men arc ko busy they cannot
afford to tuko time to cither put on their
coats or tho useless and injurious vanity
known by the namo of shirt-collar.
Pollco business yesterday was decid
edly lively. Dick Wintlow, profann, of
funslve and ubuiivo language, was lined
$5 and costs. Jail. Andrew Riely, drunk
enness, $2 and costs. Jail. Jno. McCluIn,
ditto. Green Stuart, striking his wife, fined
$10 and costs. Juil. Frttiil: Honcatnp,
abusivo language, $6 and costs. Paid
Thos. Belly, abusivo language, $5. Jail
English and Simpson, abusive language
55 and coste, c nth. Jail,
Tho table of contents for Littcll's
Living Aft for tho week ending April
comprises tho following: Henry Ward
Boecher Part First, from the Contempcr.
ary Rovlowj Tho Strange Adventure of a
Phocton by William Black, from McMil-
lan's Miiciizlno: Kiclmrd Steele, from
Tcmplo Bar ; Story of thn Plebiscite, from
Cornhill Mngnzino; Modern Manners,
from Tcmplo Bar; Tho Christian and
Pagan Ethics, Spectator; Tho English of
of the Prayer-Book, Saturday Itoview;
M, Thiers, Economist; Eusler Eggs, Pull
Mull fiazetto; New Japanese and Chinese
Treaties, Pull Mull Gazette, nnd fevcral
poems, among these "A Spirit Song" from
tho German of Novali,-by Gcorgo Mue-Donuld.
men woro generally such Jibcral adver
tisers, or appreciated prlntor's Ink so near
ly at its true value. And more than this,
wcnovcriiicl such n community of prompt
paying business men men who 10 sol-
domly foiled to como down with tho cash
on tho first of the month. As a general
rulo our bills nro paid on sight, nnd wo
take a prldo hi saying that among our
own citizens wo havo lost but a few dol
lars In bad deb a, nnd havo but a very
small amountan nmount on the unltsldo
of $50 outstanding In old city debts.
Wo know ono gentleman who yesterday
collected belwoon $20,000 and $30,000, nnd
was not compelled to call twlco at ono
place for the samo debt. This Is as high
a compliment as can bo paid to the busi
ness men of any city In tho union.
Tho Paducah papers aro not as boast
ful as they used to be, when thev profes
sed, and we really believe actually thought)
their little town had a chance to stand be
side Cairo as a railroad ccntor. They
now almost despairof thatoldtimo village
The 1 Kentucklan,' of Tuesday last says.
We learn from a gentleman of this city
who has some interest in Metropolis, and
who was thero a few days ago, that tho
prominent mon of Masac county are san
guine that the railroad, will be built to
that place, and that too at an early day.
If they get tho road It is contemplated to
construct n rond from a point opposite to
Metropolis and run it out to connect with
.the rond McCombs & Co., aro going to
buna to uairo. mis great country in Ill
inois east of tho Illinois Central road,
must havo 11 southern outlet. Heretofore
Paducah has been looked to as tho point
nt which to cross tho Ohio river, but this
Metropolis movement looks as If Paducah
would loose her great ndvantagc. With a
road from Evniitvllle to Jackson, and a
road from Jackson to Cairo nnd another
road crossing at Metropolis, Padarah will
bo Hanked completely.
His Honor, Mayor Lansden, in it
conversation with us yesterduy a conver
sation, we regret to say, tinctured on his
port with the gnll of bad temper gave
us tho information that ho regarded our
late strictures 011 his otllclal conduct as a
personal attack. Wo regret that Mr.
Lansdon has put this construction upon
our criticisms. It docs us injustice. Wu
have all along published our belief that
Mr. La 111 J en I) n gentleman nnd n good
citizen. We intended to iniku
nnd madu no attack on his
character. That he believes wo did
must ho attributed cither to tlio fact
that lie wished to mako nn iue with us
or cannot understand the KtiglUh lan
guage. Wo attacked only his oflicial con
duct, and yet maintain that our strictures
were justified hy facts. Wo have no doubt
Mayor Lansdcn believes ho is doing his
whole duty, nnd doing It faithfully; but
wo don't. This arctched dltlerenco of
opinion between His Honor and The
liULi.ETiy is tho stumbling block which
lies in tho pathwny of our friendship, and,
that this block may be removed, wo hope
His Honor will come over to our way of
thinking on this matter. With our pres
ent light upon this subjecj. wo cannot
possibly go over to tbo Mayor's opinion
of his oflicial efficiency; but wo protest
that we havo not and do not intend to
mako any attack upon liliu .personally.
Wo aro nbovo personalities. Those who
know us best know we nro not In tlio habit
ol making personal attacks upon any body,
but we aro in the habit of speaking our
opinion very freely concerning public offi
cers nnd their public actions. If Mavor
Lutisden objects to this ho must either
seek a situation us mayor of soma other
city, retire to tho shades of private life,
or suspend the habtns corjnu and get us
out of the newspaper business.
Flowers I Flowers 1 1 Tho finest se
lection of Roses, (perpetual, monthly and
hybrid,) Verbenas, (all colors) Mottled
Geraniums, curious veined and spotted
Colodlums, Ac, Ac, over brought to
Among them nro tho following, vizs
Cloth of Gold Rose, rich yellow.
Marshal Niel Rose, bright yellow,
Giant of Baltics Rose, scarlet crimson.
La Rlen Rose, clear roo, superb.
America Rose, rich cream.
Louis PHlllppo Rose, dark red lea.
Dcvononslt Rop, cream tea, sweetest.
Whito Mos Rose.
Sunset Geraniums, trl-color.
Mrs. Pollock Geranium, bronze, scarlet
zone, golden edge.
La Elegant Geraniums, Ivy leaf, silver
Oak leaved Geranium, dark centre.
Mountain of Snow Geraniums, whito
Betsey Carnation Pink, salmon centre,
Queen of May Fuchia, sepals white,
corolla violet rose.
Tower of London Fuchsias, sepals crimson,
corolla rich purple, double.
Hanging Baskets In variety. Rustic vases.
Mncnolla. erandlflora, at Bristol &
Stillwcll'f, No. 32 Eighth street. ' It
Go to the City Shoo Store for Gent's
" custom mado " Boots, Prince Alberts and
Jersey Tics, of latest styles. l-17tf
Mr. Anna Lang, on Eighth street be
twen Washington and Commercial ave
nue, has just received n fine spring stock
of millinery goods, consisting ol hits, bon
net, ribbon, notions, etc., etc., to which
sho nsks the attention of the ladies of
Cairo. Mrs. Lang will take pleasure in
showing hergoods loall who will fnvor her
with n call. 3.'J-lm
taking her cargo on board and will lcavo
at an early day.
Alio II, S, Turner imssed down with H
tho freight' ho C0lli,i csrrV( nnd n) ghe
wnnieu was a few passenger.' '
nimnnoii camo up with only about
100 tons freight and no rormlet. rtnrlni
tho storm Tuesday night sho was blown
Into tho bank at Lucas Bond hut nni
The Suslo Silver coos up the Ohlo'thls
time with it fair trip of freight and people.
Tho City of Helena arrived wlth;" poor
trip of freight. Sho reported the Creiccnt
Citys barges still aground nt Turkey
The Allco Brown camo In from Mem
phis with a fleet or empty coal barges.'
Tho Raven nrrived from Pomerov with
n tow of salt.
The tug Montauk has been laid up a
few days having somo repairs made and
tho Cache has beon doing her work.
City HMIotanl BNSsk nlMla-r.
MAvSpeclal attention paid loordera Irom steam
oat niitht or dar.S
The History or a National Rem-
eiiy. Here is the history of the most cel.
cbratcd tonic of the ago in a nutshell. In
1800 It wa announced that a certain com
bination of vcgctablu ingredient", with a
puro diflu.'ivu stimulant, wa working
wonders In the cure of chronic dyspepsia
ncrvou debility, liver complaint, period,
ical fevers, rheumatism and constitutional
wcokncM. The unpretending natnn u'lven
to the specific was Plantation Bitters.
Tho tliitement attracted the uttcntlon of
invalids iivcrywhcre. The now remedy
received a fair trial, and the results more
than confirmed nil that had been said in
its praise. Thenceforward it was a great
success. The business columns of the
press spread the glorious news far nnd
wide, and tho mattyrs to iiidigction, bil
Iiousnc!f, physical prostration and prc
maturo decay, as if by common consent,
sought relief from the new vegetable re
storative. They found whut they sought.
From that time to the present the increase
In tho dejnnnd for Plantation Bitters has
been ono of the most striking events In
this age. .VlcodAwlw.
Dr. Randall. Thoso suffering wiih
corns anil, bunions who are desirous of get
ting riu of thorn havo until Monday to
consider, ns Dr, Kendall will positively
tako his doparturo on that day. Tho flat
tering testimonials he has published from
day to day, given by some of our first citi
zens, in regard to tho artistic ability with
which he bus operated, are of themselves
sufficient proof of his ability as a chirop
odist. In leaving Cairo Dr. Rendall sin
cerely thanks his numerous patients for
the confidence they huvo reposed in him
and should he at any lime revisit Cairo,
he hopes it will be equally satisfactory to
them and him.
tOT If you don't want toiligustevery
body wl'h your offensive breath, cure
your Catarrh upon which it depends. $500
reward is offered ly tho proprietor of Dr
Suge's Catarrh Remedy for a caso of
Catarrh which he cannot cure. It Is sold
by druggists. 011-C.ldiV.wlt
Avert the Kvil. If mothers would
give Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup to their
children when kick, mortality would bo
lets among them. It costs only twenty-
five cents. 5.1-dtfcwlw
Notice. Dolly Varden Slippers, for
tale at tho New York Store.
ewBly Circuit t'ourl. state of lll'nola, and that
aald aa it Is now pending tn said uourt. A sum
ssivavwaa isiusa ouiei trie rir:'a Ar nr ai,f
Msurf aalat you, returnablo n the flrat Monday
haldaa ai trie Court House in r.iri? u I fVimmnl vonrlv- in Vinrnr. frcn nt
evwAly aad atata, -inminvvv.j iv..i.,ig.,vv
it auu. v si -i.
J03N O. Iimui v C1..1,
lfT 1st. 171. " r.Mumi. 1-1-
eWttOlli.orl,ollcitorforcoriipllDiil. I UlUIgC.
Notice, Twctity-tlvo dozen Ladles
Latest ttylo, nt tho New
Parsons, Davis & Co., sell "Wcstcn
holm " Knives. 4-17:!w
None. Prints for ten cents a yard,
at tho Now York Storo. -l-Se-dlt-wIt
Our Paducah nolghbors aro now in a
condition of excitement over a speech of
ox-Governor Andorsoii, who told them
sometime, ago that iron might bo manufac
tured at Paducah "safely und profitably."
Tho governor is ono of those- fino talkers
who con do much with his tongue, hut tho
first thing ho should havo taught tho Pn
ducahans , that this is tho nineteenth
century thntnlovcry has boon abolished
that thoro Is no excellence without great
labor that tho peoplo who won't help
thnmsolvc3 will find nobody to rush in and
help thom that no community can pros
per that striken blows 11 1 tlio men nnd
pupors that endeavor to wako it from lazi
ness that, in short, PaJucah ought to ho
como modernized befuro Iron or uny other
commodity can bo manufactured thoro or
any cnterprifu that requires vim can flour
ish. We aro net in tlio habit of boasting
about Cairo or her peculiar liutitutlona
but wo nro constrained, by a sonso of Jus
tice, to say that tho business men of this
city havo no poor anywhero for, promp
nest in their transactions. Wo havo had
sixteen years, experience as a printer, nnd
we caa toy truthfully wo nover did
business in any city in which thu business!
MOUND CITY ITEMS.
Capt. Thos, Wilson, of Cairo, has a
barge of ties for tho Vlncciincs rullrondi
unloading near the wharf boat.
Charlie Thrupp and his surveying
party, havo an ollleo and rooms at the
Dougherty & Stophlcts barrel factory
it turning out somo fancy Hour barrel for
Hiilltduy Bro. Black wulnut nnd ash
staves, making a splendid contrast. They
can bo used for center tables after tho
flower Is consumed,
E. S. Chester, Esq , Superintendent of
thu luindlo works, has gouu as it delegato
to Cihcinnati. Hu is ono of thu city coun
cil, and has been a republican, but now
joins tho liberals.
Mr. E. Shipfen, tho proprietor of tlio
extensive wheel-burrow factory, was op-
pointed 11 dolgato to Cincinnati and left
for thero Monday a.m, Mr. Shippen, liko
many others, sacrafico timo and expense
in leaving his business just nt this time;
but as u truo patriot, ho considers lliat we
owo 11 duty first lo our country.
Wo ovorheard a fellow talking nbout
Cairo and remember his stating they had
n city ordinanco which read, "that if any
merchant or person occupying stores or
offices on tho front levee, woro found wear
Ing a coat any time from the month of
April to October would bo fined ten do)
lore." Tlio blunderer further stated that
another prohibited all gentlemen on Com
mercial avenuo from wearing shirt collars
except on thu Fourth day of July.
Steamer Thompson Dean, St. 1a)u'h.
" (u!ckstcp, Evansville.
" Belle Memphis, Memphis.
" Allco Brown, Memphis.
11 H. S. Turner, Cincinnati.
" Robert Burns, Cincinnati.
" Shannon, Now Orleans.
" Susie Silver, New Orleans,
" City of Chester. St. Loui.
" Jim Fi'k, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
Steamer Quickstep, Evanivillc.
L " IJullc Memphis, St. Louis.
" H. S. Turner, New Orleans.
" Robert Burns, Memphis.
" Shannon, Louisville.
" Susie Silver, Louisville.
" City of Helena. Vicksburg.
" Jim Kisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
1110 UUPIlY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at uny time, imth
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
term)', at tho yard at Grond Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on fuvorahU
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A, Bokee, Gcr.'l. Supt.
Soles Airent. 3-15-1 v.
Ciuinb Bushes und Fays, new style, ot
P. D, sv. (Vs. d-172w
U0T8 TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
The Thompson Dean, as fine a boat ns
floats, will leave for Now Orleans this
The Great Republic is duo to-day bound
for tho South,
Tho fast Grand Tower Is tho regular
packet for Memphis mid all way landings.
Tho beautiful City of Vicksburg is the
boat leaving for St. Louis.
The Evansvillo packet this evening will
bo tho Idlowlld, "tho pride of tho Ohio
The Flsk is the dally packet for Pa
ducah. CONDITION 01' THE UtVKIts,
Hero tho rlvor I falling very fast, Tho
full during thu past twenty-four hours,
was two .tnd a hoi f feet.
Tho Monongahela is declining at a slow
rate, witk only four feet in the channel.
There Is 4 J feet in the channel at Cin
cinnati, nnd fulling,
Tlio decline in tho Mississippi contin
ues, nnd boots huvo begun to striko al
ready. Thoro is about nine feet in tho
IIUMNKS8 AND WEATHER.
Business h picking up 11 little, nnd yes
tordoy thero was a very fair amount of
business donoon tho landing.
Tho weather was clour, cloudy and
During thn month of April thero was
ICO steamboats arrived at this port ami tho
departures wcro 403.
Fifteen largo tow boats with imtnonso
tows of Pittsburg coal for tho somhorn
markets passed by lost month and tho
amount of coal in tho tows was about
2,500,000 bushols. It would tuko 10,000
railroad ears to transport that amount of
Tho Thoinpion Dean arrived from St,
Louis light. Sho mado tbo run from thoro
to this port In 13 hours including a landine
at Chester for 260 bbls flour. Sho is now
Principal Office 101 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY HEI.IAHI.E fllTT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY 1
IN VAL PARLE CIFTS
To bo distributed in
Xi . 2D. SIKE'S
Toheilrann Mucd.iy, April VJIb, U7i.
Two Grand Capitals or
$5,000 In Greenbacks!
One Priir ft.1,000 In Hller.
Two Prizes $1,000 J f
Five Prizes 500 1 ) GREENBACKS
Ten Prizes 100 3-
One Utrseand llugcy with Sher-Mountcd Har
ness, worth " each.
One fjae-totieil Rosewood Piano, worth S'C0.
Tea Nimly sewing machine, worth IK" each.
Eire hev eased ,10!. I hunting waMhe and heasy
f Id chain woith tsou each. Fire gol 1 Amer
ican hunting watches wn.th Sir. each. 'Tea
ladir k'old auutiiiK watches worth SU each.
Eight hundred gold and allter leter buntinr
watches, In all, woith from l."otoTJO. Ladles'
gold Ironline chain, geci' gold 'est enaina,
..lid and double .ile. sllter table and tea
poiuis, photograph si I) J ins. Jewelry, etc., etc.
W hole number of gills, sj. Tick.ti limited to
Aenls Manleil to tell ticket to whom liberal
premiums will be paid
rtcgie ticket. nn.Mlollar ; .11 ticket file dol
In"! twelre ilckM-, ten ilollsre ; twenty.fite
Clrtuiar containing a full list of prlie. a de
scription of trie manner et drawing, and other
information 111 reference 10 the distribution, will
I sent to any om ordering thero. All Inter
must Id- a idii's;ei tu 1 i. MINE, l!& ,
irirr, Cinclaijatl, O.
U'l Wrslilh t nor:wAdly
Our Home Advertisers.
Hi: A I, KfiTATK AUENC'V.
C. WINSTON k CO..
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND I LOOll) OHIO LK VIE,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIF.LE
And pveparo Conteyance? of Kinds.
Chas. Hhnermcyer. W01, Schick.
CIIAS. SHOENMEYER & CO.
furniture Repalrlasr, ,
All ordi'i promptly attended lo.
NORTHWEST CORNER Of WASHINGTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH ST.,
P. O. Drawer l!fc3. JanrOtf.
!!JK, OHI U.N A CO., Aej'lB.
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC
Nos. 715,717, 710731 Indiana Arenue,.
(Near Fourteenth street),
HOBART, DWELLE & CO., PROP'RS
I', tf. Wholesale Trade only solicited,
MHT OF FACTORY PRICK?!
Fine Out Chewlos, Fine Cut Hmoklng,
M ... " A audi'
m. eel Home ' iMlfie .
Ultce 11.11 .. uUErm "
IJERKSHlllES ! UERKSHIHKS ! I
I am iinL-fiusin ... for sale ola-a ef
I his. beat breed oflloaa. at 2S apalr, not a kin.
No exira 1 1 urea lor coop or lead lor Ihe trip.