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T1IK CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1872.
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Bosnian toilet eel ncd vases at Daniel
Bbevitib. Wheel barrow anil band
cart have Uken the place of drayi.
At Km residence of John Antrim,
tee New England
- The county Jll now hat twolvo In.
The Soiree next Tuesday night, at
Cehl hall, will be one of tho great event
of the festival aoatou. Tho ladles, who
have the arrangement! in charge, aru
(paring no CEpenso of money or labor to
make It, In every respect, a success in ov
The flnt tnow of tho teuon was vlsl
hle on the boue top yesterday morning
very thin coat.
The reputation of Tun Bulletin
job printing establishment It becoming
national. Bring along your jubi.
Ticket to the Hibernian ball aro
going off like hot cake. The ball will
undoubtedly bo the mott tucceiiful of tho
The advertisement of the city shoe
tore contains truths which every time
wearer in Cairo should know.
Remember the New England Kitchen
at Mr. John Antrim's to-night.
The Selden Irwin comblnstlon
troupe bare billed tho city. They appear
at the Atbeneum Monday nigbt, tto ICtli
Thomas J. Dunning, the orphan boy
peken of by The Bv lbti a rooming or
two since, was yesterday bound to Mr.
House of Johnson county, by Judgo
Braes. It Is to be hoped tho littlo fellow,
in being bound to House, has found a
A. Marx has opened out in the South
ern hotel, with an attractive stock of cloth
ing and notions.
A light fall of snow greeted tho eyes
of people yesterday morning. Not much
of It remained last night.
A not Inconsldorable number of oxen
were sold In ihla city yesterday. They
were brought here from Missouri and
Kentucky. The price varied from $125 to
$160 a yoke.
An epicootic horse, in tho vain at
tempt to pull a dray yesterdsy, fell down
the ateep bank opposite the Clark block,
dragging the dray down the bank auo.
Some kind-hearted persons are agitat
ing the question of holding to account
several parties who aro working animals
known to be suffering with the epizootic.
A new aldewalk Is being built on tbe
south side of Thirteenth street between
Commercial and Washington avenue..
At the Presbyterian sociable to-night,
t tbe residence ot John Antrim, tho at
traction will be the New England Kitchen,
furnished after the manner of the olden
Tbe carcass of Vincent's horse was
dragged, by unteeling oxen, through the
Toau mo levee. The noble and now la
mented steed, fell a victim to the prevail
log horse distemper.
Henry Jackson, a colored lover, at.
tempted to make a corpia of Lucy Wil-
,.miuh msuuicina, oy blazing away at her
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w.M in. orniia at wesson pistol. This
we on Tuesday night. The officers got
wind of the difficulty, and getting on tbe
wan oi jacason holed him, and after
strong resistance by him, succeeded in
tanamg mm in tbe county Jail. Ho waw
before Brois yesterday, and was bound
over to the circuit court in the sum of four
An unfortunate man, who had been
run over by tho cars on the Mobile and
Ohio road, at Columbus, Kentucky, and
had hi legs terribly crushed, was brougnt
to this city on the Illinois, and is now in
tbe Sister' hospital.
A year ago last July, Alexander
Allen fell through a broken sidewalk on
Twentieth street. lie now brings suit
against the city, through his attorneys
Allen, Mulkey and Wleeler, for ,000
Four young bloods, all river men,
started out day before yesterday for a
"spree." Yesterday morning foukd them
in the lock-up and after a compulsory
visit to the police court, found thenm-lvm
indebted to the city SC 85. They pro
pose to borrow tbe amount from friend
and pay out
Oapt. Carroll has placed tho steamer
Burksvllle In tbe Cairo and Hickman
trade, and if the pjtronago extended to
him warrants, will continue In it exclu
sively. Tbe Burksvllle make connection
with the Nashville and Northwestern
railroad, and leave our wharf once a day
loaded to tbe guards. The boat is 189 ions
The mammoth carcass of a bear in
from of the butcher shop of J. Walters
has, for several days past, attracted treat
attention. The history of too capturo of
Shift tlAA.t I. Ailll. .nil. 1..., 1, :. ...at
cleat to know that the bear will be skin
aed, and ready fur Mr. Walter' cuatom
er by Saturday morning next. Until
Saturday, the public my supply them
selves at Mr. Wallets' shop with all kinds
of the best meat in the market.
A borse, supposed to be afflicted with
tbe prevailing disease, yesterday became
disgusted with being compelled to work
while in that condition, look a dash down
Washington avenue with the apparent
intention of breaking loose from tbe
priog wagon to which he was attached.
He soon accomplished his purpwe and
left tbe vehicle In a dilapidated condition
short distance from where he started.
Tbe Oerroania Association will give
its second party of the present series, nt
Washington ball, Wednesday next, 18th
lost. It is desired by the committee that
till those holding tickets and invitation
thall be in attendance. Tbe Association
oeer are using ell possible exertion to
make tbU parly an enjoyable social sue
com, nad each member of the Association
should aU the oateer in their effort.
Drcsiod hog, in lurgo number, wore
telling yesterday on tho street at four
cents per pound.
On Tuesday not an egg could tie found
In tho city. Yesterday eight hundred
dozen arrived by express, and wont off
like hot cakes at thirty cents per dozen.
Stratton pot his word in for two hundred
and fifty dozen, and got them all nil'.
John W. Prucs is agent for tho Toil
tonic Lifo insuratico company for Cairo
and vijlnlty, A great many of the
citizens of Cniro hold policies In this com
pany, and Prucss Intends to Increase the
Tho county court convenes next
Monday lor criminal und other business.
The Iron of the Cairo nnd St. Louis
rosd that slid into tlio river is being re
covered. Tho work goes on slowly on ac
count of tho cold weather.
Mound City people, In wscons and
buggies, drawn by un-eplzootlc horses,
quiio a number vamo to tbu city Inst
night, and spent their money freely t the
It hns been repaired that Infernal
Ohio loveo plank road. It Is now pn'sn
bio for team, rind will probably continuo
to bo until it wears out again, in u week
--Tho new corn mill of Mmr. Green
& Wood will bo completed by tbo mid
dlo of n"xt week and put In rutinliit: order
at once. Two hundred barrels of meal
can bo turnod out by tbu mill every
If you wiita to be cntertnined drop
into tho New England kitchen, nt t'io
residenco of Jolin Antrim to-night.
Notwithstanding tho epizootic, tbe lovcu
merchants and comtnirsion merchants uro
doing a thriving business.
Wo take plenture in stating the wel
come fad Unit the small-pox is on the de
cline. Thero aro no cases among our citi
zens, tho disease being confined, entirely
to the floating colored poputntion.
Tho bodlos of n doid dog nnd cat
which aro lying on Seventh street, be
tween Commerci"! and Washington ave
nue, "-nnul bo counted among tho attrnt.
lions of that geticrally attractive street.
The livery stuUo business has grown
small but not bouutKjiiy l.s since tho
prevalence or the epizoouu jn ti10 Way
of hire, thoo estabolshracnts ha., cc0j
to do business altogether.
Hiram Hill, diver, will arrivo from
Louisville to-day, where ho has been div
ing for lost railroad iron.
It was not tho Cairo bouio of lords
that met Tues lay last. Il was tho bouse
of commons. It met aijaln lust night, and
went through routino ..tisincst.
Tho committee of cllizons nppoinlod
by tho city council's cmimitloa on C.iiro
and Vincenne celebralon, will meet at
tho council chamber th's morning at ton
It is snid, that JackWintcr propose
to open at tbe Dolmonicc a hotel after the
manner of tho Grand Ceitr.tl hotel of St.
Louis. Tho rumcr says that Jack will
take out of tho rwra tbej now occupy tho
bar and billiard tiblc.', put them in the
basement, and urn the bveo floor into u
grand dining rom, In w.iich hu will servo
hoais ut twentj-tlruj cents, energetic
Jack, push forward
"A the swallows homownrJ fly," In
borors from the North lire now flocking
to the South through this city. During
the last week tho Illinois Central trains
from Chicago have ben crowded with this
kind of traveler-. b'oino bay they uro go
ing to Tunneieo,othuri to Arkansas, oth
ers to Mississippi and so forth.
Ascencof tloolden timo The Now
England kitehcnto-nlght, at tho residence
of John Antrim.
Judgo Hrojihasgono cut of tho life
initiranco bustniis. His other business
takos much of lis time, and bo could not
mako Ibo relinquished business pay Mm,
llenas not, however, given up the ftro in.
suranco business, nnd still represents two
Lidics will find at Burger's, l it Com-
mercial avenue, fancy good of all kind",
selected with especial reference to l!iU hoi.
iday season; men nn.l t.oyj will Und id I
Kinds or boots nnd chnes, mid 1 idles' nnd
misses hoc thai will give perfect sntU-
f iction. Mr. Burger has ul.o dress uuodi.
hawls, skirts, furs of all kinds uch is
minks, sables, etc.; all new, Just received
irom ihe East, and nuw being old ut vetv
low prices at figures reduced to meet the
demands of the holiday trucle. so tUt the
nimble penny inuy m turned Instead ,f
tho low dollar. Call and see for your
At the rcsideneoof John Antrim.
It is to be hoped that till tho citizens
will tako an Inleroit In nnd make the
opening celebration of tho Cairo and Yin-
cennes railroad n decide I success.
The good people of tho city cannot
unaoistunu minority rep nsontalion as an
plied to tlm council. They have not
yet been educated up to the ro.'orm. It I
above and beyond them, and tho scheming
politicians nro not omloavoring to on
lighten them. The freo ballot would ho n
bontflt to CuIro, as it would be to nil oil-
las. If, for Instunco, Cuiro is Had
leal by twenly-flvo mujoritv, and
tho council were elected "at largo" nil the
membore, (ay seventeen) would bo IUdl-
calj but, under 'the operation of tho freo
ballot, nine would be Radical and eight
uemouratli', If a party contest were in
dulged in. This exhibits tbo freo ballot
In Its iru light. I. will give to the mi
nority a Hearing, but lea ye thu control
with the majority. It would in fair.
givu a repron-nuiivu in ihe council to
every intoiOit to capital, nnd to lubor, to
tho drayman a well us to tho merchant
to the mechanic and laborer as well ns to
the professional man. But, thu peopk
The trial of Jce Cavcns, William
San.on, Krtncls M. Gray, PJobtant O.
Veach, Bamuel Sweet, Jo.-.a. O. Ellet nnd
John lticb, was commenced at Bnton, on
tho morning of the 10th Inst., Judgo A
D. Duff pre.ldlng. The defendants are
charged with hat.glng I,uao Vancll in
Williainton county, on the nlirbt of thu
2Id of April, last, aud look tbecas to Ben.
Ion by change ol venue. Tho people aro
r iprcsentol by Hon. W. W. Burr, stato'
B tornoy elect of Franklin county, and
.Hossrs. Corder nnd Spoucor of Maricm
MrsMV. Calvert nnd Jennings of Marlon'
Hon. F.M. Youngblood of Benton, nnd Mr.
P. K. Albright of Mtirphyaboro, appear
fur the defendants. The public manifest
grent interest in tbu cue. Tho court
room was crowded nnd ninny persons were
standing tn tho cold trying to obtain ad
mlttanco. Mr. Vancll was an old, ItttJu
enlliil cltlzin, a cousin to Gov. Dougliorty
Tho defendants nto most of thorn rcspcota-
bio citizen, and one or two of thorn aro
wealthy. Tho prisoners, nil but Ellet,
weru lent tn tho I'inckneyvlllo Jail for
safo keeping. Last week tho jail was
broken, nnd all thu prisoner except these
Kuklux escipcd. They could liavo done
so but preferred to remain, which fact is
changing tho rancorous public sontimeiit
In their favor. Tim trial will probably
last two wesks.
TlIK kidneys nro the great eliminators
of diseased mntter from the system. In
iiliiui't ovcry tiilment tho urine will be
found more or les altered in Its character.
I'arker's Compound Fluid Extract Uochu
by invigorating thoo organs, enables
them t" thorojghly separate tbo diseased
matters nnd carry them out of tho body.
For sale by nil druggists, e.vorvwhoie.
A Fauk KEroiiT.-I. Is currently re
ported in this city thnt Mr. W. M. Bark
ley, who died ut tho til. Charles hotel Inst
week, dioil of smnll-pox. Wo are author
ized to stnto that the report is false in
every piriiL'tilir. Beforo the corpse was
received by Mr. Fink, tho agent of the
Southern Expre.s company, for shipment,
lie received fiorn tho utteniing physician
a uerliUcnto that Mr. Birktey died of
Hemorrhagic. Tills certificate was given
by n rnspoiuible physician of ibis city,
and ought to bo satisfactory to everybody
Indeed il is well known thut agents of cx
pre companies uro forbidden to receive
thu bodies of peroons who died ot small
pox, nnd tho fuct that Mr. Pink holds the
certificate and that tbe remains were
chipped by thu Southern Express company
should put rest to all such report.
Hearing it also reported I hit a member
of Mr. Itexford's family had thcsmall-pox,
wo caved on him to mako inquiries, when
wo lcarh.-(l that his family were all
well, nnd that tho one referred to, not only
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f the kli!" smaii-pox or anything
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usual. Let thlsuT . ""L" .
iiujieni. HJairo sun.
THE SECOND NIGHT OF ITS Stv
BEAUTIFUL AND ENTERTAINING.
Lit night was tbo second evening of
tho Fair for the bonefit of St. Joseph's
Catholic church, ut llross' ball. A much
larger crowd was presonl than on the
opening night. Among the most attrac
tive articles ut tbe Fair list evonlng was
the hunddimu silver fireman' speaking
trumpet, which is being voted for by
members of tho different Qro companies at
u ranij rute. Even the ladies aro assert
ting their rights by occasionally casting a
vote, probibly for tho cornp.iny of which
the voter's sweet heurt is a inomber. Al 10
o'clock, when our roporlor left, tho vote
sto jd us follows : Kiugh nnd Heady 4 votes ;
Arabs 14 vote; HiherzUns 7 votes.
To-night will be tho closing, und posi
tively the Uit night of tho fair. All per
sons having chances in tho tniny articles
to be ruffled for thould not fail to be
thero to-night. Tho managers aro thank
ful for the liberality extended by our cit
izns so fur, and hope to soe everybody
and their wives present to-night.
BOAIID OF ALDERMEN.
CiUXCtl. ClIAMUEIt, 1
C.tmo, Illi.. Dec. 'J, 13TJ. J
Freiont Aldermen Cunninghum, l'oil
lii, Uenrdcn, Rjbiiiion nnd Stratton C.
A quorum not being present, on motion
of Alderman Cuuiiinghum, the board ad
journed to ineel on lu-iiiorrow uvuiing at
thu usual time.
M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
adjoursed uektivn ok tub uoahc of
C'tuxca CiiAMnKit, )
C'Aino, 111.., Ue. 1U, loii.
Present Aldermen Metcatf, Ptil'.lls,
lt.-arden, Jtjhinion, Satford, Stratton,
Cunningham und WaMur 8.
On motion of Alderman Saff.ird the
reading of tho minutes was dispensed
The following entitled ordinances were
read the first time In this board und lnid
over for a second reading, viz: "An ordi
nance to aid tbo Arab Firo company to
build it Are engine-house," nnd "an ordi
n iiico to umeud section 3 of ordinance No.
Tho following bills wore reported back
by the committeo on claims recommend
ing payment thereof, viz:
Call-1 lto nnd lUkkctCo,, lumber for
.et ho.l-e. . t? 09 73
H.irclav linn,, aceluu iriii 4 oo
A Daily, hurdwaru Itr pest hou.e,
Jail, etc 23 35
Nieliul.11 Keith, burying four small.
pox rno 'ii 00
lie 11 M'nrilni!-. iti.ilf..lim-il knrvi....
oil ueeouut ol'Miiall-pox p.itlent'). . (W00
Mck Mlllaiu, meat, etc., lor pest
houo lor Nutviuher j; 40
V HUer. l'Jpi. blanket und U cot
for neit hou-e 47 "5
M ! Metiatlley, drugs und prescillt-
tion for iet hoiio KIM
J01 Smith, lieilt und ocddlng m 05
It JlcMiinii-, lieililn' lor pesthole. .' lu 40
t M W'urreii t llro., clove und hard
ware lor pet limine 24 "0
Juiuei Ko, -i tons eoal for pest
hoiie 11 "5
Dr(J U Parker, vaccinating nl'iier'-
oik j. -s
Dr. I O Sullivan, vaccinating 1(W iit-r-
oni 3 00
Geo Schellmel, renter pent house,' pro-
lioin Itirnlslied, etu , ., 3375
L .loiwn-eii, groceries for pot house 33 uo
s.illoi'd, .Morris & C.mdee, lii-urmue
4t voniol JohuSaek lercrln build.
lug ue.ir pent house ja
V Y Wooton, miperluteudeiKe of
11, ..r hfiii-14 :lo ihiv In M11'ititii..i. m
Henry Dlekeisou, labor ut pent house
III llV,'llllif . ill In.
Jaeknou Gum, labor ut pest houbo
.IUIi 1U UIIJI to l
ululv tsliltii. lulior nt ti.ftt limn
Vnt. Ul . I .t . r .1 . . . I
tlli l IMjl
John Gltdncy, hauling 40 load of
P Conlan, 25 day work In Nov.....
Tho, Kltzgcra.d, 20 day work in
Win. Mcllale, 2J day work In Nov.
R 11 Cunningham, rent of Council
n.mlipr In Nov
Wm Mcllale, jailer, dieting prisoner
In Nov.,4MJ day ....
Patrick dhl I, hauling drunken man
to Jail :
John McNulty, going to court-house
r,iim ltAv ml tlaiLpr rnmnanv lum
ber at ia... n.M.,...v... 108 61
nrrl. A tM.. 5.000 feet of lum-
Miicrattil ...110 00
Parson, DavIs & Co.. queenawaro for
Dent house n"
Newell A Famn, lumber ut $23 ..... 109 38
M Cahill. hnultii! drunken man to Jail 50
Wm L llamblcton, repair on Cache
river htldirB (ncr s-onirnci mm
special comnlttce) part payment.
rj a liurnttl, now iry
A Cain. Nov. salary a marshall
M J Howley, Nov. salary as clerk ... .
R A t'unnligham Nov. salary a
L II Myers, Nov. salary a chief of
C ffchner',' P iieii'n.' I! Startln,' B
F llilllngMj, Fred Whltcamp and
J O l.alluc, pollco constables, Nov.
F llross. P. M., one month salary to
Ca roOlty 1 company , gas s insumed
at il. anil u. ami is., enjiinu uu
nnd city clerk' office, 3 mo, to
December 1 -.
Charles Tlinipp, making plan ana
csttmtle or, una surveying ami tajr
Iniroa" Cache river bridge
Aldorin.n Cunningham moved to allow
as.roconiinentlid by the committee. Car
ried by the following vote: Aye Cun
ningham, Metcalf, Phillls, Bearden, Itob
insoc, Satford, Stratton and Welder .
Bi'.l of Cairo City Gas company amount
ing to $13 C5 for gas used at tbe city Jail
for thrm month to December I, was re-
porloJ bnjk, rocommending that the bill
bo referred back to tbe ks company.
Alderman Saflord moved to allow the bill.
Carried by lbs following vote : Aye
Cunningham, Robinson, Safford, Stratton
ind Walder-1. Key Metcalf, Philli
and Bearden 3.
The samo committee reporud back the
bill of tho gat sompany, for $304 SO, re
commending ptyment of said bill, less
$14 44, a per report of policeman Meb
ncr. On motion of Alderman Safford the
bill wa allowed a recommended by tbe
following vote: Aye Cunningham, Met
calf, Phillls, Rearden, Robinson, Safford,
Stratton and Welder 8. Nay o
Printing bill of John II. Oberly was re
ported back by (aid committee recom-,
mending it referrenee to tbe printing
committee. On motion of Alderman Saf
ford the bill wa rtlerred at recom
Tbe following resolution, adopted at the
joint meeting of tbe council on the 2d
nst., was, on motion of Alderman Safford,
vote:Lby ihU b0' 'v lhe to1101"
' ' Cunningham, Mot-,, Pb
lis, harden, , 8w-n
and Walder 8. ,,y0
Be it resolved by tbe -.,"Councii 0f tbe
city ot Cairo,
Thai the report of the esi'.tKiad eot
and expense of tbe construction .nd re.
construction of ihe sidewalks previa. j fur
in ordinances numbered Zi and 84, nde
by limothy Uorman, John A. roore aid
Villiam Jilullale, and presented to to
council this evening, be and the tame Is
hereby approved aud confirmed. It is
ihereforo ordered that tbe city attorney,
P. U. Pope, prepare and present to tbe
county court a petition for proceedings
to assess the cost of such improvement In
the manner provided in (aid ordinance,
and in the manner in which tbey were
On motion of Alderman Saflord ad
journed to meet at 7 p.m. to-morrow.
M. J. IIowi.Br,
Steamer Nashville, Memphis
11 Illinois, Columbut
11 Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah
" Ada Ueilman, Evansville
Emila Lt Barge, Vicklburg
" Jessie, Ohio River
Steamer Nashville, Cincinnati
" Illinois, Columhu
Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah
11 Ada Helloian, Puducah
" Indiana, New Orlean
" Jessie, Lower Mississippi
" City of Chester, Memphla
Charles Bodmann, New Orlean
BIO UOODY COAL.
StoaraboaU supplied at any time, both
day ar.a ntgni, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
tfirma. kt thm vrti ml pinil Tau Til
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. Olyniamt,
D. A, Bo hex, Gen'l Sunt.
Sales Agent. 3-15 if.
BOATS LEAVINO TO-DAY-
Tho tplendid nasseneer steamer. Emila
La Barge, will leave for Memphis, Vicks
burg and New Orlean this evening on ar
rival or the pssiencer train.
Tbe neat Jim. Fisk Jr., i the packet
leaving at hair-past four p.m. for Paducah
and all way landing.
Tbo regular Evansville packet will
leave for the above, and all wav landings
this evening at six o'clock. Jim. Bigg i
CONDITIO or TUB XIVCU.
Here the Ohio is still swelling gradu
ally. The channel in the Ohio is improv
ing a little, caused by tho present rise, but
bow much it will better the crossing, no
ono can surmise.
Reports from Point Pleasant say the
channel ba cut out to five feet and no
boats were aground there when the Lt
The ice was running out of the Missis
sippi in large and heavy quantities yester
day, and it will surprise no one if a heavy
gorgo forms between here and St. Louii.
That stream I still falling with 8 feet
over the worst -bar.
Special dispatcbet to Tus Dulletik
report tho condition of the Mississippi
and Ohio river at various place.
UUSIXIta AMD WEATHIE.
Freights are arrivinr slowlv and era
gobbled by boat as fast a tbe arrive.
uusines wa moderately active on and
about the landingi yesterday,
The weather wa clear and il ttillouite
cold. A fall of snow aaaurMd TuisiUi
Might, but it bad nearly all disappeared
The Nahvill had 800 bale cotton lor
Cincinnati and way point,, he look a
barge in low here and will lighten over
The Emma C. Elliott ran aground at
Point Pleasant, on her way down, and
wa detained several hour.
This season ba been prollflo for (team
boat accident, and tho following boat
have met with mishaps. The Frank P.
Uracey, Mary Miller, K. C. Gray, St.
Mary's, Katie, St. John, Kittle Hcglor,
Little, Jennie Howell, H. Clay Wilson,
Gray Eagle, W. Cheek, City of Keiths
burg and T. II. Allen.
Tho Indiana depertod at eight o'clock
yestorday for New Orlean with all the
freight (be wanted, but had accommoda
tion for a few more passengors.
The Bodman filled out her cargo to all
the water Would permit, and cleared wltb
fair trip and two loaded barges in tow.
The Smile Barge came up from below
light, and immediately commenced taking
on a cargo for Now Orleans, and will leave
Too Mary Miller will bring out tho trip
of the R. C. Gray, which (he had to aban
don on account ot (Inking. She Is now on
the waya at Evansville being repaired.
Tbe new steamer Emma, dessroyed by
fire on the Otb Inst., while aground on
Shawneetown bar, is thought to have
caught fire from sparks from tho steamer
Low Water, which wa trying to push her
off tbe bar, and at the timo the wind vas
blowing her (moke directly against tbe
Emma's cabin, and a lot of mattroisrs
stored on her cabin deck are supposed to
nave caught fire. She wa a new boat
and wa making her first trip.
Fifty thousand dollar was the price
paid by the Anchor line for tbe steamer
Tbe Mary E. Forsythe arrived at Bel
mont yesterday and will reshlpher freight
for St. Louis per Iron Mountain railroad
The Forsythe ha five hundred ton for
reshipment, and will come here after aha
is done, and probably leave for New Orleans.
CUf HssUssad staaskBssillst.
avBtxxnal aiuaiiea p44 toordors Irom iisu
LINEGAR, MUNN4 POPE,
TT0RNEYS AT LAW
orritt. "tNTEH.g block,
OF CHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
CExr'L.OricE, 172 Wasbikotok Sr.
This German Life Insurance Comnanv
guarantees not only Paid up Policies hut
also a Value in Cash on tbe Nonforfeiture
JOHN W. PRDESS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
GOODS JTTST 2AB30IDI-VQD !
JOHN A. HUCK,
SECTION NO. 47.
Auoclation for promoting Life Insurance
and Mck Relief by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation in objects ol public benefit.
Tbe LI e Insurance Policies will be Is-ued
by the Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
aviiv rors'alrsaaxi vlelatty.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tbe spteaald ststaser
Dick Fowleb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
4 p.m. For freight orpassage apply un boari.
Jas. Mallohy, Ag't.
a l r
t in 'tJim lji nrimi un
Owt Liru Gaiw, Iil
All tbe approved Remedies prepared
and sold by
74 Ohio Levee & Washington ave., 8th St.
LIME CEMENT I
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLINU.
Commerolal-av., Foot of KUveatbHit.
Best quality of Line and Cesjaent al
ways on und, aod tot eale at the
leSBau mJMUsM aMslaffi.
(WWwW nfBTJ( WT VBaleV
Clip TO THE
CITY BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
MR. A . BLACK,
Having enlarucd and hnndsomcly Icfltted his store, now offers to the public, the finest and
probably the liirxcut and most complete stock of Hoots and Shoes in the city; to which be
linltos the carclul lnpeetlon or eery boot and shoe wearer, guaranteeing' to please ev
ery one In regard to Price and ntyle. " r
HU Meek which U Jill rreelved Is complete in ctery ilepsrtment ; offering to the
trade a better lino or oodj than sier before, wltb many Inducement lu recard to brlca
to the purelmicr. .
FOE THE HOLIDAYS.
He has on baud a fine liuc of children's shoes of every stylo, quslity and color, eon.
PEARL OUER, FUENC1I KID,
BUTTONED TAMPIEU, FOXED POLISH, ETC.
II iifirtlrulnrlv rnlUuttentlnll to Ills handsome linn nl l.aill' n.l II ..
llpperx, lit which lie low nlwuyshait the reptitatloiiofexrellliiK; Is the finest and most com
plete h. has ever had, coitslitlnif of every quality, style and cut appropriate for the cobs
tort ol thisHcnunn
Alo. the lansc stock of gentlemen', youths' and boys' boots, which Mr. Black tride(
himself l the thiol selection In tbo city, und enables hlin to supply wnt lonr felt bv
the Fcntletncnln this city, the ability to purchase a custom made boot or shoe for about
tcnllemcnlii this city, tbe ability to purchase a custom made boot or shoe for aboi
ialf price paid to city shoemaker, ho Kentlcmnn wnntlliR a fine fittinc ctuto
; boot, either made to measure or from store, should full to see his stock.
erMr. Black, in the sole agent for Mcsara. Brolaski & Co., whose goods ba
keeps only, uud he warrants every pair.
CORNER EIGHTH STREET AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLII POHT OFKICE KTAND.)
Comer Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
The best brands ol Cigars, choice Wines,
Liquors, etc., ahvou liand.
2f Open dsy and night.
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
'Comln.r'cWAv!11 WINTER'S BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
JpyThe best Vands of Cigars, choice
VTnes, Liquors, ec, always on liand tt
RTLLIARD 8A.OON AND BAR
BOM. JSillM ATW, rrwsirlsx.
to Cnmrreil CAIBO, ILLINOle
rUM hraat of 3lf JTf.. . . u. i
oVu'esfanWlS?" furnished wilb tbe U.t
and riror-"f thfn"l dvtwtUi wines, Uqiiort
(OpcnDay and Mght.)
J. E. PRKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Leviiepct, 4th1-and 6th streets,
MEAL! AT ALL HOURS.
A fine new lining 1111 with every con
venience bs ten added to this popular
Restaurant, an tlic Kueti will fin J every
requisite lor tbir accomodation.
TIE BILL OK FARE
consists of oeir substantial and delicacy of
ss suplled with the
CHOICEST LlQiOUS.WINES k CIGARS
gSTMIxed drins prepsred with care.
ON EVSY TERMS I
A valuable fain within seven mites o!
Metropolis, on tie Jonesboro Rosd, consist
ins; of ano acres with CO acres cleared ano
other improvenenu, now owned and lorm
erly ocriipled.oy J. T. Rennle.
TKRMS. Oic-fotirth down balance In
one, two anil three years notes secured by
mortgage, win six per cent, interest.
N. II. The timber U KOd and has never
been culled aid no timber will be pennittes!
to be cut or used, except what Is necessary
lor the wrar snd tear of the place, until afte.
the second payment ha been made.
Kor Information apply to
.1. T. UKNNIK
UBEEN Si OILBEUT,
COUSSELOBS AT LAW,
willism li ciur
sjrrHied. stUntioa girsn to Admiraltr aad
0TF10E OHIO LBVIB.BOOMB 7 ABB SoTBB
OITV WSTtONAL HAWST. .
HKAs. CMTATB AGESIC1.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (excoMD rtooB) ohio ibtbb,
Buy An Sxll Rial Ebtatb,
VUUNDJU ABSTRACTS OJT XITlsl
ajU trfn Oessvef sswes e( RUsMi
)n Klahlh Htrrtt, bMvros CeaiinsrtUI aed Wut
r.jitoo ADue.( 4aiT rMoltiM
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKKT fall abi wibtbb bttlbs.
Hmmm fall lis of
B02sriTETS &c HA.TS
ITnmmxl o4 aainmsassi.j
fRENCH KLUWKKB. RIHBUM4, TBIMMIMsM
of all kUKl. Lsess, !., at.
An-1 all other rtseUs uatullr I Mam la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. McOee, lo addltioB U ber stock of
V ancr and Millinery Uood. ha a Mr in and
complete aiwortmeot of Cincinnati Custom
Made .Utiles' and Misses' Shoe and Chil
dren' Doots, Bltck and its Celon. The
are acknowledged to be the finest and Nest
ShftP . in f h M.rk.t m A m- t - I a 1. -
pUee In the city thai makes them a specialty.
SELLING OFF AT COST !
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swander, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, desire to dispose of ber larce
I L Xj X 3iT B T
Immediately. In order to faelllltate tbe sale
of hrr goods, Mrs. Jackson lias determined
to offer tbe
. J ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
In-.llr. I ! I lull., nl P.Im . ,S viiKr
tM VH HC, 1 I.Otl. VI Willi
Mrs. Jackson's " v desire good ;alns.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most of tn.. ....,. , .
the late fall t) les, hence IM.afjACteil.frpBi
rare opportunity to purcbsse new and lb
louable mllllnen' at cost price. Tbe stock
consists of hau ribbons, flowers, hosiery,
ladles undrrwrsr. rte.. etc. 11-3) tf.
HYLAND k SAUEK,
AMD DBALBBS tit
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Com-ne rclsl aVnu
next door lo tbe Uyland aaksoa.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
Eioiitu Strbbt, Bbtwbbk Waibimotob
akd coum bbcial avbwubs,
AsJJwtalasi mr4silisae sssmj Uassssy'a
Krop h bstst er Bset, Pork, If ulloa Vsal.
Lamb, Saussge, 'ad era preps se rve
eltiseos In Ihe most asxeimU maaaer.
Uutcubb Aisn Dealer im all Kibm or
COIUIXK NlXETEXTH AKD l'OKJkS SM.,
Buys and slaughter only the best cB'tto
bogs and sheep, and is prepared to fill aisy
demand for fresh mesU from one pound to
ten thousand pound.
JOHN B. PULLIS i, SON,
iBuoeessorsto John li. 1-hlUi,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TKNTIl-ST. abp OHIO LKVX
" C. CLOSE,
Cembbt, Flaitu Pari,
HO. 71 OHIO LXVZB, CITOBB CITY WATIOM
flror tbe BurjpoM of beUlsUac m
whoIes..M traoe is i;aira, i wui ten a ewes
"r. aid eontnetor in lots of 60 barrVl4
upward, at BUBafaeturUg BfUee tfiBi