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TA.HT.iB.
PERRY-BOAT
THREE STATES.
OMIT. Iiiilhtr nollie, llie lYrrtlioal, " I titer
Hlalea.' w 111 mil,, tl.i. r.,ll,.i.lnlr trluK
Many, cseujiiiiiK .--lllliuiya, YI7,
Trip
No,
I.-mr Cairo
foot Oil M
Leate .Mo
I ITT- L'll'l
Inlt liv
Ferry f '!
8 00 a.m.
10 00 a. m
1 00 p. til
2 00 p.m
3 30 p m
fw I low
1100 p.m
8 !)0 a.m.
10 !I0 ii. m
lo Ky only
2 lft p.m
2 4ft p.m
"1 00 p.m
f II- la low
3 ifia.m'j
0 00 tt.m
11 OOa.m
1 30 p.m
to Mo, only
1 HO p.ra
lo .Mo. mily
to 3lo only
Itkllroivl !hliiiK
IT-Trllis No 4 mill 7 furrv Las-iTur-sr,, fur s.f
Minis. Iron Mountain A Soutlu rn Hallway tialns
7-irii .-mi , earry iiik ueigni lor pi. i. ( l
11 AS. Ify
rMnutr3 ili- t nir lo iro lo iiml from Ml-
aonrl after p 111 ran nvrrlnln ImtliiK Uiiie
nml tiu lijr viniilrliiK on 1tnt
n Sundays on' tup will Is-rnnilr, ImtliiK
jilni at HOI ii in , Mlsiotirl at 1 30 ii in, ami
n'muia- al .1 Ml l in aihii irui no.
i Aim ( irv KKicuv rmii'ANY
i lru lilt o bh, 1S7I
l.cller Mat.
Till: tallowing i a li,t of li-ttrr reiiulnliu In
the )Hit.ijillr- uuaillnl lor on Siitumay,
ieriuir s, i
A.
An'ttraon, Nancy.
Ilrnun, Allrr
He,lfiiru AiliUi,
D.
ibviir. .iiary a.
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D.
Uircoran Mare
lutl Julia
ftiMon, Alinlr
l.llcrlit. .lane.
O.
liilw.n,.Milllr.
II.
J.
Ilenncay. Mary
Johnson, l.tty
Killy, Ilauuali.
LiiiK-ltl, Dulla
Mcliulrr, Mary
Nichols, 1)
)lyl fuel
Miiilh. Ijiuni
Srolt Clam
TraMa, l.Un
I ui,lir) Mir;
WIIIIjih, IMclmd.
K
KrliT, Katie.
L.
M.
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11,
NcImhi, Jahe.
8.
MiKaliy, Mm. S. C.
IIiiimiih, Mm. Ju
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KSTLi.it:s'it t,mr.
A.
Aiuloroii
Atlierton
.lohn,
II M
Allm, .1.
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B.
Iliiixhinn U Ci .
Ilnlrhir. Suimii'l.
Ilallcy. Ioll
Marry Jutni.
Il-lrr II II
lloltu .1 .anoni'
Lam, .Nimui'l
IlatU, Cajit II .
Funk, Hugh ,
Kiiher, I,
flanlniT, J I) .
li.itfi, ilaini'1
llnlllncrr. Dr I ,
lIlKHi J ' .
Jiinin, Wm ,
June, hliiio.
KlUr Kruna,
I.y licit, Iten 1
Mobliotl, Witt .
.MonlKir, John,
.Muluno, K .I ,
Jli-Miinnua, Dtikr.
McKinzii', A ,
rarair,
Hul.MlJ. Tlm
.Sliniiklin. H. I' .
kiliilirna, Mult ,
TlinnipMn, J A .
Wilch, filf illicit, S
Wilson, II II ,
Wllaon, .lohn,
Wliltakir, ) II.
i lint irjll . A M I
lUrtli, SfliHKtlaii,
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UotUlT, Alljtoitlon,
CurlUc. Kiuncln
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t iiiiiiiKi'in, m. i: ,
't'aai-, Sol.,
full r, 'IIiiiiiui.
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OurnnVM, ,IomiIi,
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Ilrllon, llanrr,
J.
Inluii-on. T. It.
.liinliui, .Nluulml,
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luiM.il!, Will (i.
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M.
Moiilifonii'ty. TI101 ,
.Minim, t ii in v .
Miller, Clmi II.,
Murlily. flirlil,
MflK. It. K
P.
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Mtinor,
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T.
W.
tt'wli, Saniiirl 1'
WaUh, illi'liuiil,
Wnrirn, .1. !, I
WllllllOl', lll'V. .1.
II.
Wiililrntn .v i,n.
1 tnoti fnin l'r thi nhoM-ntHitt wiHiili-.iaf
aay '
.Ailvr.Uil(il.() w M(.K);A1(!iI...M.
FOR SALE.
'llnee Illlliai-ilTulilisaiiil iKtun-ins gooil as
new. toKcHier with the cuniiilelo niilll . ofii
l nat-rlas. siilooti, eonalatlng of t ounti ra l-oim-tcr-alnk,
Mlrrora, Oiniimi nls, (ilamwute, el.,
oini'rls ng the llvluresof lliu .M-ll-known sa
iiMatdy occuiileilby Win H.chullei;, on
Ohio litre, 'lhe-e urllclea will Ih; wM e.
u. i,,. nml mi easy li nns. Apply to
,..., .loiisO. lfAiiUAM,nr
V. K01HMVi.ll.
CAlito, Die. 3.1, 1871,
ii-:i-ltf
IK you want tlnolliiuorn, go to the Crys
tal saloon, corner ot Sixth and Commercial
avonuo. ''
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BUSINESS ITEMS.
Kicsh oyitcra or nylliln( clo you
Witntattltn Dcltuomco llcttauraitt, oiicu
tny and lillit,
Dr. Juiiic.lle, ilcntht, offlco over
Muurt Si UlioUon't, Klglilli tired, neir
Comiiiert'lal avenue. l!iVIM3-lut
'Joyno'it oytera depot and reitaurant
Ojatcru In the 1icll anil can,(rcslt every
ilay, at l'lill Hatlp'a old ataml, lirtwfOli
.Sixth ami Sc cntu utrcet, Cairo, Illinois.
F'or lioota ami bocaof any ileH-rlptlon,
l)l or quality, go lo Win. Khltr'uon
Ttventlctlt street. He gtiaratitrca atlsfac
tlon In in.itcrlal, lit, workinimlilp nnu
ptlco 11-10-tl.
Hating kIvcii up my oM ntnndon the
levvc and taken Keoblcr Si Ilro'n fliop, on
Klglitti atrnet, I liall lie prepared to Mip
ply Ilio citlzena rl Cairo, wltlt tlic tie't
ine.iti tlic market alTortN. I'lcac call and
ec inc. I'llIL. IIowaiui.
Hear In mind that llcury Haycra at No.
05 Ohio l.vec, p.ij the iilglient market
ptlcca lni"h, lorlildef, (lira, wool, fratli'
era, bci'f wax, glntrn, tallow, rcaaeraK,,
wnitc paper and all kind of pjper utoek
uml old iiii.IiIm. lli uinnber tlit p!ace, !.
Uhl'i l.c.vcp, Cairo, Ills
t.yi-i,'j.ini
At "Our Saloon," Kahili attc.t, be
tween Commercial avenue and Ohio loco
the hungry may Hod all kind of edllilea
hi'trtng, iiauiDgc, cliii-, Ac, and the
thlMy the Illicit of ulnr anil llipior,treah
laser licer, and tlic l"-t hrandt of clr.
Atti utile liarkecpcra an: alwaya on halid ;
and the luiicli ftt dally, at ten o'clojk, sun
itaya Inallldf ,1, U a tlna a all) tll till blty
lO-'JMf.
HoYh' hat only W cent-, atKllioltA Hay
tliorn'a.
i'reth ll.illlinorc oysters received daily
and nold hy I'hll. II. Siup. .7XMl---1i-tl
llolllllll) I'rfafllta.
D.itili'l llurtiu.'iti Initi-a tliu iitk'iitloti
of ili public In the Iiiiiih.'Ii-u u-ortini'iit
of iii'W, bi'.iiitifltl, tt-cful mid orn.'iiiii'iital
jrooili tlint will in n f.iw tltyu Ik-tli'-plavi
il tit bin (.tore, i'Oiiiprl-lii tx-ttiitlliil
liln ten Kct-i, banilfOiiK.' I'oloni'or toilet
mI, Iloltetiilait vases, jewel Iwxe-i, loll
if nil -le-i mill prices. Corner M.vtli
htrn't ami (.'oinintreial aeniK'.
SlUAni tc (illOMON ate ibowlcir tbe
bt t line ol liic, sr nt'a and ininc Iioal
tty i-nd t,'lovc In tin: city, at ricea locum-
iiiiid attention. 'iSIMt
LOCAL NOTICES.
Tho St. Ctiarlci hotel ba let era! plcai.-
anl rooint on tlie upper floor, uitali!c (or
Kentleinen, thit can be secured lor the
winter, with board, at r reaaonablu
rate. If.
Jou Honekcr !) now in lull control of
tbi! Wa-bliigton bakery, ami liuilni; learn
ed the wants of tin publie, l prepared to
tupply on call all deaiaiidn fur Trench loaf,
Hoiton, llrown and Oraham bread, and
u er thing el-o ordinarily leiind In a flri-t-eh"
bakery. He maintain! 8 a full -lock of
conlectlonerlea, and ean, ai well unj
oin r dealer In the city, till all orderi in
that line.
Cikei Inked, frn-ted or ornamented on
abort notice. Special attention zen to
the orderi of wedding or picnic parttc,
It. Jonei, fashionable bootmaker, haa
moed Into hit new hou-e, next to Ida old
ataml. on Commercial atetiue. and
aimirei hi friends that he la better
than eter prepared to aaiitry them
In the itjle, ttock, tit et'., of their boota
and ho:. An evidence of lila ability to
atl(y cterjbody, may bo clearly cen in
tnc fact that be It rrowded "lib work, and
h been compelled to employ three more
tlrtt'Cla workmen. Ho iinnufacttirci
every Mylo of bootn or Mm and ttava only
tte bertol material in ail ca-cn, whellier
making a cowhIde hoe or a pair of the
llnoH Krtncli calf boots. Gi blm n trial.
Satisfaction b guaranteid. 303-10-3-"
llo Vri, go and ce the Storm King, at Kl-
llott A- Haylhorn'g. v
Nliinrt A- (ihiilaoii
Arc offering an elegant stock ol gent',,
ladlia'and rhllilreu'a underwear at lower
prlci-i than the ratue haw been offered in
twenty-live j ears. We have a apccial lot of
gent'a underwear which Wo oflnrat CO
cu.ta on the dollar 2.S
Knroprnii KirlmiiKe.
Hxehange for sale on all the principal
cities ol Kurope, at City National II ink.
A. 11. hUKKOKD, Cashier,
Go to Sproat'i, VJ: Ohio I.evcc, and
gut your otr by the hundred or can
Iresh every mornlinr. 12-Mf
-It vou want iresii nyitera without pay
lug for tho can and tran-portalion, go to
Sproal's, liti Ohio I.evee, and get them by
the pall full, fresh every morning. 12-l-t
Stcakt A- (iilolJioN aro oHering the
greatest bargulmln blankets, llannels, jeaii,
casiiucr, csttoiillaiincN, etc., eterotlcrcd
in tbU in rkct. We will In-ure a sating of
lioin ten lo twenty per cent. ThN cer
tainly I uu inducement to every buyer or
dry goodi during tho present depreidon In
hU1lllCl.
Snroat. 135 Ohio Levee, l lurnlshlng
oy.tcrs In the tight thape. l-'umlllea cau
bo supplied in any quantity iresu tui)
morning.
.et VorU Nloro.
I'rcali oyatura reeeited dally, by cxpre,
at the Ne n York Store, for 10 and .') cento
per can.
I.uiii-li l".ery litiy.
George I.attngrcornerol Koiuteonth and
Washington avenue, will furoi'h hereatU'r,
every day to liU patrons u No. 1 luneh, bo
ttvecu iho houraol ten und twelve o'clock,
l-'reih Milwaukee, becratid fragrant Havana
clgurn to bo had at liU bar ut all times.
ireu( llnritiiliiN.
ItciliiiMil prices! Clothing, Hah, Cni-,
llootHit Shoes at lUimUMi.
A kuu, lino of boys' ami youthS' caps, at
Klllott A- Huythoru's.
lleiitt'ii'H I'irst I.nu In (Inter.
llegulurlty In eating, sleeping and exer
cise, und ubntliiunco Iroiu such dangerous
Irritants; as alcohol and tobacco, tend to
a-ccitro a long and healthful life. Hut even
n "trlct observance ol these tvholesomo
rules will not ulway. avert sickness. Tho
best safeguard against epidemic and other
dlseasea Is Dr. Walke r'a Calllorula Vine
gar Hitters, which, by promoting a regular
and vigorous action of tno Uigomvo, nccro
live and exerotlvo orgaus, keep tho body
In tho host possible condition lor resisting
anil repelling the cause ot uiscase.
U-l&-dW'4w
! CITY NEWS,
aa . I trr
SL'XDAV, DKl'KMJJHIt 0, 1871.
(Hirnl Wrnlher Itriorl.
Caiho.Ill., DeccintMrS, Is'l.
I tVlNU. I Vlil.
Wl.ATIII.ll
U.K.
N.
( Intuit
'llnrut'ng
tleur
I Calm
THOMAS .TONUS, Olwrtel,
Hull.
Jilil'i! lllnl li.is hail an ea-y lline nf ii
xliiei! 1.11 Monday morning-, having had
only oiiu ea-ciliirlnp the tvliolo week.
IliiHn,
Ditvn, down they conic the prlrcs of
tote and tinware at A, Halloy'a, No. Hi-J
and 170 Washington atenue, 10-12 3-lm
t.ooK out for Stuart fc Ulml-oti'x dl
ilay of holiday oh1i next week.
OYNTi:itS! OYNIMtSl!
nlro Knterprlar.
Sf roat, 1S.' Ohio I.etce, It rereltlng New
Orleans oysters: etery morning In bulk, Ho
la making hla own enna and packing bin
own (i) din, thereby avoiding the exorbi
tant charges for transportation, and l ena
bled to furnish a better article at a less
price than any other dealer. i. ironic. .
homo lii'titutiin, and benefit your.sclr.
1812-Mf
rll.V Jul I.
lallor McCnrtliy U "eitliiL' anxlou".
Then' liavi; been no prlsolier" for him to
take caro of lne' last Saturday, and lie.
feelii lono'otno.
. IMiclit lliiriea.
lat Kltgcrald, corner of Commercial av
enue uml fourteenth street, has for sale
chea(i, eight good bent y tvork-hur-e . Any
one In need of a horc should rail on him
Immediately. 7.I2-2-21
Kilaeuil Clinreii.
Thero will b services nt llie Cluircli of
the Itedeemer nt linll'-pa-I U-n o'clock
tliii morning. So i-vniliir servic! will
beheld.
llnnir. Ituoi-a, Dir.
At.) perton in need of -addles, bridles
hor .blankets, lap robes, ha'tcr or any
kind ol harness, alioutdbear inmtnd that
W lllUtn I.udttig, the popular saddler, has
Just rcccltnd a full stock which he will ell
at the lowest living prices.
t'-Ki'ii-io-mi
'lirlitinisa.
Tlie lar-'e-t uortliieiit of Clirl-tiuri-'
i'Ools ever brought to Cairo, will lx; di1
idayiil on lonilay, DcivhiIht 7th, nt
IAN'i, llAin.MAN s.
UihhI llnri(nl'i'
Ho, fjr good bsrgalus, at A. Hallej's.
He will sell at greatly reduced prices for
tho next thirty days. No. If.j and 170
Yt'athlngtou avenue. 10.12.Mm
Illsliiip Wliltrbouar'K Niicrriaor.
'I'hi! ftatidlng couiniittei' of tin; (llocem
of lllinol-, have i-jsueil a call for n special
coiivetitlon, for the purpoie of electing a
Hi-hop, lo Ihj held at Chicago on Wetl
liesday, Febniary 3rd, 187o.
VVnntrtl.
rni; to aevcnty-lirc dollars per month.
Agents wanted etery where. Teachers,
ladles, gents, etc., etc. No capital or out
lay required. Scud 20 cents for po-tige on
outfit, to U. C. Wklciiman,
tt Irt In Station, Union County, Ohio.
Tire.
Yesterday morning: about three o'clock
tire was discovered in the More kept by
Mrs. Weldon, near the Cairo and Vln
oeiinens railroad depot, on Commercial
nvciiile, which destroyed about $15 worth
of stuff. It U not known how It caught.
A. lliilli y .
Now is your time. You can get better
bargain thin were ever offered be ford in
tht lino ol stover, tinware and housc-fnr-nlsliing
good", at A. Halley', No, IRS and
170 Washington at e. 10-3-12-Iai
rire In Mound lly.
A vDtlap In Mound City, owned by
Mr. Win. Wetzel, proprietor of the St.
Nlcliolni Hotel of till city, wa totally de
stroyed by lire night before lust. It Is
siippo-ed that the lire was kindled by n
lot ol'eoals whieli were thrown out by
tits tenant Just before Koing tolled. The
io Is fully covered by Insurance.
Joint IHtrllssloil.
on the mcrlti ol the lllblc, between H. V.
l.'nderwcoil, of llo, ton, Mass., uml l'rof.
O. A. Iturges', ot the Northwestern Chtls
tl.ui University, at Indianapolis, Ind., In
Cairo, HI., commencing December 22,
171, and continuing four or more nights.
1. Ite.-olveil, '1 hut the Illble is histori
cal y untrue.
2. Unsolved, That tho lllblc la ecU'lltlU-
eally untruo.
ft. Itcsolvcd, That the Illble tcachesbad
and cornipt mouiis.
U-21-dAwlm
llnrKiiliiN.
10 lbs Mimtr for $1, nt Wilcox'".
11 lbs butter for SI, at Wilcox's.
I lbs coll'ee for 1, at Wilcox's.
1'otutoe.s SO cents per bushel, ut Wil
cox'!,.
1'reili Huppl .
Mr. 1. I-'itzgeruM has Just received and
has on salo at his sales room, a largo stock
of Kngllsh ale, rortiir, Hcnnessy brandy
and vine, und liquorr ot all kinds, which
ho will dispose ofut rcasonablo prices.
0!.,jia-im.
Hill hit & Uiioi.son never squander
their money In aiit crtlsing unless they have
somethlngtmportant to communicate which
will bo ot luncllt to their customers, we
aro determined to rediuo our stock to the
lowtst possible point by tho 1st ol January,
To accomplish this we offer our entire
stock ol dry goods at prices thai, will Insure
a speedy depletion of stock. W o aro work
Ingvery cheap this year. Come aud see
us.
Kvbiiy buycrof dry goods ihould call on
usand getounpriccsboforebuyltijE. Think
ot this when out shopping.
llorao t'latliluir.
William Ludtvlg, tho harness maker, Is
now prepared to supply the public with all
kluds of horse clothing of a superior quai
Ity, which he will sell very cheap for eusb
3!MMi-lm
Tims:. Hah. Tut.
7am Vl.-M It
II " ), 31 iV
i pm. .-vj.2i.-i :v
VVnfch Out.
Look out lor I'hll Satip's toy ndvcrtljc
incut this tveek.
'lrel rirel
Three thousand dollari' worth of ttock
which was sivrid, In n damaged condition,
from the lain lire, will be sold at from 25 to
7 per cent, below cost for the next ten
da a. The slock con Ms ol cooking and
heating stoves, tiawate, hollotv-ivarc, zinc
ware, tugir kettles, oven, skillets and lids,
roal bods, and a Hi usand and one articles.
Now is the time for bargain, at Com
mercial avenue. T. J. Kehtii.
2M2-5.lt
Sorlnl llnnrr.
Tho social ilanci! In the I.llKTal Ite-
llglous Association hall, will be on Thurs
day evening of this wi-k, nt 8 o'clock
i. in. Everybody Is Invited to this very
njoyable affair.
. no1.
K. & W. Under are dally receiving new
gomls nuilabli! for liollilay preent.
J'rlei'.s and articles to suit cveryloly.
ctnotntliina on tlrnin.
Win. Linker, rrpre'tiitlni: 1- V. Ir
win Sc Co. of Clilcagii, H-iiils ub the fol
lowing quotation on irniJii :
DiwiiiImt corn, 7IJ.
N'etv Jniuiry com, lit.
.May corn, 73.
January oat, 5:1 J.
nT'inlKT barley. $1.27J.
January barley, $1.2).
Ct.RAtt and most fragnnt ifnvniias for to
cent, at tho Crystal siloon, corncrol Sixth
and Conimerelalutenuc. !2-5tf
hlilllKlea.
Stningcrs passing along Washington
avenue In the nelglilKirhooil of the court
house, would Mippoe from the appear
ance or tilings, mat tnat iocniuy nau
been turned over to hlngle merchant.
There are tdilngles "to the right of us,"
shingles "to tlie left of us," and in fact
thef are almost every place, not except
ing the sidewalks even, there lieing one
place In particular, on Cross street, where
for a considerable distance they are piled
up on the Mdewnlk.
Tut: Itiii.t brands of clears kent eon
stantly at the Cry itil saloon, corncrofMxth
street and Commercial avenue. 12-ot r
.llliivlrrls.
Owing to tlie fact that several ol the
most prominent actors who are to
apM-ar with Cottrell iv I horn-
tun's iiiainiuotli tilln-trel orL'.nlAitloil
have not yet arrived in the city, the date
of the llr-t iiertoriuance Is not yet know n,
but will be given through the columns of
Tin: llut.i.KTiN as soon as a-certalneti.
Tliis eoiiinanv will be "omtio-ed of the
bs-t talent that can lie ptociired and un
der the management of Me-rs. Cottrell
fc Thornton, who under-taiid their lm-1-ucss
jHTfcctly, having had large e.ieri-
etiee. tt are sure tlie undertaking win
be a 8iiecel"ul one, both pnifes-Ionaily
and lliianclally.
Kiniit-jear old itourlion, only at tho
Crystal saloon, corner of Sixth and Com
mercial avenue. 12 Bt
lllliler'a.
K. and YV. Under have on hand the
ilneat Muk of silver mid plati-il ware
ver brought to this city, which will be
sold nt prices that defy competition.
A I.I. kinds of mixed drinks made with
dispatch, and most luscious to the taste, at
the Crystal saloon, corner of Commercial
avenue and Sixth street. 12 Mf
IleBRnni.
The city at present U full of stragglers.
and among them can be foind several
southern gentlemen" who Iwconie very
indignant when asked why thy don't go
to work.
Pukk Irish whisky punch, app'o and
honey, peach and honey, Tom and Jerry,
Imported ale and porter and the finest
tvlocs In any market, at the Crutul saloon,
corner of Sixth and Commercial ave.
12-5 tl
.N'otlcc.
'llie itoarit ot iv,,,..,.. Commissioners
are hereby notified tiu i0it,l)h Hafncr,
Ot winia re, tvin, in wiu ne.M .,uim, r
the board, make application for llccn-e to
run the ferry ncros the MlsUlppi river
from Santa Fe, In this Stute.to Commerce,
in .Missouri. 3t
.Notice ol IK-motHl.
Dr. It. S. llrlglmm has removed his office
to the rooms next door ovr Thorns Hros.'
giocery store. 4i-11.2-3t
ComtiiK Home.
The Knights Templar, luvonllug to
a dispatch received In this city yesterday,
started from New Orleans on tluir re
turn home, on the evening of the -Ith of
December, and will arrive In Cairo next
Tuesday night If nothing happens to im
pede their Journey.
Got your oysters at tlic Delmomco.
The best oysters at the Delmonlco Res
taurant. 207-11-20-tl.
(Jolil I'eni anil Holders.
The largest assortment of gold pens,
pencil", tooth-picks etc., can be found
at K. and W. Iluder's corner of Klghth
and Washington avenue. They keep tliu
elebruted John Foley hank pens, which
are. superior In quality and durability to
any hi the market. Call ami examine.
looms) lo Unit.
Eight rooms to relit on Third street be
tween Washington and Commercial live-
nues. Apply lo William Mcllalu, or at
his olllce.
riitley.
The great gaino of "plpley " N now nil
the rage among the "rising generation."
Its greatest charm lies In the fact that at
any time, not only the hoys who am
playing, but any person who may be
pacing, are liable to have nu eye put out.
It U vvorso than ha-e ball, ami tlieretoro
moro played by the youngsters.
Lumber Nllll liiMT llown.
As wo are determined to close out our
stock speedllv. prepaMtory to winding up
budncss. we will sell all kind ot lumber at
two dollars per thousand less than market
prices, A large lot of latu ana novo wood
ou hand, which will b soldai correspond
logly low rates, Wai-L&Kmt.
"21-0-0-tf.
IHnoAi.va luboots and shoes, at Klllott
Ilylhorn's: 27.12C-U
Jfrw Ailt rrllsrmenla.
Our readers will not fall lo notice the
new nml atlnirllte advertisement of J.
Ilurger, on second ;im third pagcn ol
to-day's Ilri.t.KTiN. The dress good',
clothing, elc, Mr. II. is now receiving
for the holiday trade, are superb, nnd
will he sold at astonishingly low llgure.
Ncwly.tutcd, finely furnished barber
shop by (Icorge Htelnliou-o, corner Com
mercial avenue and Klghth street. Yaara
ol practice hato given him n light hand
that mikes a smooth shave delightful. All
who try him once will call again. All tho
late dally papers oiokept cn his tabl for
the benefit ol hi) customers, and there Is
no edlous waiting lor turns. tf
I'linernl Xnllrr.
Died, on Thurfday,:ird Inst., Willie, son
of John and Mary ('aiiiinn.iiged I months
and 2 tvirks. Funeral sertlis-s tonluy,
at the reldenc! of the parent", Tenth
street between Wnshlngtoii avenue and
Walnut street. Funeral will leave the
house nt half-past 1 p. in. Remains
will)).' burled at Villa ltldge. I'rleiidn
of the family art! rcst,cctfully Invited to
attend.
Lorrrlto Knlrrltalnnirnt.
'Jlie pupils of the I.orrtto Academy
will give a musical entertainment on
Monday anil Tuesday evening, at half
past 7 o'clock. On the llrst evening
there will lx KTfnrini-d a cantata entitled
"New Year's Kve,' and on the second
night, a drama, "The Inho.rit.Hici." Al
othocelebrateilMr Caudle's leclnro. one
each night, and on both evenings vocal
and instrumental music, of course the
euU'rtatiimi-ut will lie patronled by
everybody who niipreclates this excellent
school.
"Why n This Tliu."
Mtt. KniTOii Why Is It that the Hoard
ofKdiii'ntlon have not resumed the course
of lectures which wen-given under their
auspice, last winter? My tinder-land-ingwas
(and I think It I- the tinder-tand-lug
of a great many more), that they were
simply discontinued during the summer
month, to Ik! resumed as soon a cool
weather should approach. If 'iich i the
caw they should certainly commence an
other course for the winter, as they are
n great source of enjoyment and prollt to
he public. We have still a gnat deal of
home talent yet unexhausted, and I doubt
not but that some of the gentlemen who
delivered lectures l,it tear could be in
duced to again npiie.ir before the public.
I think that If the subject Is agitated a
little the Hoard would do something In the
matter. While nu the subject of lectures,
I would like to know if Hev. Mr. Tliayer
could not lie Induced to reieat his lecture
on Splrititall-mat an curly day? I know
of a great many who were unable to hear
him who would join tne In asking him to
do -o. Respectfully. J t. Xa.v.
John Nirot, Oa-Htrr-pncker.
As we were pacing hy the oyster
packing establishment of John Sprout, on
Ohio levee, yesterday morning, tvo stejt
ped in and were greeted by a
mild looking gentleman, who n-ked us in
u plensaiit tone wbvllier lio couM ilo mij
tlilng for IH. W'e told him that we did
not wish to buy, but merely camu in to
see what we could jco, whereupon he
Invited us Into a room where Mr. Law
rence Smith and Frank Farncr, two ex
perienced oyster packers from Haltluiore,
were busily engaged selecting, measur
ing, putting Into cans, and soldering up
fresh Mobile Hay oyster-. Mr. Sproat
informed us that he receives from six to
seven thou-and oysters dally, which,
when they arrive In this city, arc but
thirty-six hours out of the water, lie
has hi his establishment facilities lor
making oyster cans, of which he
manufactures three hundred per day, as
that Is the number of cans of oysters put
up by him dally. These oysters are iisii
ally large, the average being from thirty
to thirty-two to the can of the medium
grade. The select oysters are tho largest
we ever saw, It requiring only from
twenty-two to twentv-llve to llll a can.
His sines ...w.'-o. . , . .
twenty-tlvo to two hundred and fifty cans
per day nt present, and Iflil business Im
proves us rapidly the coming nioutli ns it
did the past one, he expects to swell the
number considerably.
I'rraonnl.
Mrs. Morris and Miss Famite Ong, of
Mound City, were In the city yesterday
afternoon.
Mes-rs. Hamilton, Carter, Ktdrld,
llngau, Cassldy, and Corson, of Mound
City, caniu down to Cairo yesterday.
Miss Jennie McKenzle, w ho lias been
away Irom the city for sometime, visit
ing, returned to Cairo yesterday.
-Cant. James Lanlng, of I.aSulle, 111
and his wife aro In the-'clty visiting their
daughter, Mrs. II. II. Candce. They nr.!
returning from Hot Springs, Arkansas.
-Messrs. Cottrell and Thornton, the
irentlcmanly managers of the mammoth
minstrel troupe which will appear for the
first time before u Cairo audience during
tlie coming week, are In town.
JaN'au wants the Rev. Mr. Thayer to
deliver his lecture on Spiritualism again.
He says ho knows of a great many who
were unable to hear Mr. Thayer, who
w ould ho pleased If the Reverend gentle
man would do so.
Mr. Sud. French, a school mate of
ours, called upon us ye-terday. Sud. Uati
amiable young man ol twenty-ono mini
mers, and Is a tliumulclnu. He used to
go to Sunday school with us, but he has
fallen Irom grace now, ami is going
to be a knight of the burnt cork.
New Lumber Ynril.
Chas. Lancaster and Newton Rice, (late
with Walters) both well knowu to our citi
zens, mid to livor inon Kenerally, have es
tablished a lumber yard In Cairo, cor.-cr ol
uivinonth ktrpet und Commercial avenue.
rimv will keen evcrv description ot build.
lug material and steamboat lumber, doo's
asU, liunua, luouiiiints, auiuK'" !,
etc,, and re determined to sell lower lh
irnnLr has over been sold In Cairo. 1'he
tniipit ft fair trial from steamboat meu un
i.iiii.inra. und iruaraiitee sail action lu a
cases; 387-10-27-tf
RIVER NEWS.
I'ort Mat.
AlllttVKI).
Steamer Jim Flsk, raducah.
" I'at Clehiirnc, Kvaiisvillc.
" J. W. Mill,, I'aducah.
" Mluneola, Memphis.
" Kddyvllle, Nashville.
" Fawn, Snilthland.
" Vint. Shlnkle, Cincinnati.
Warner and barge. Cincinnati.
W. J. I.W, Ht. Louis.
" Oen. Anderson, St. Iml..
" HaiinockClty, Men.pld.,
Oram! Tower, ht. Louis.
" Helle of Memphis, St. Uiil..
" City of Helena, St. Lou.,
llKlMllTIUI.
Steamer Jim Flsk, raducali.
" Pat Clebunie, Kvanstllh'.
" J. W. Mills, I'aducah.
Mluneola, Cincinnati.
" Kddyvllli', Nahvllle.
" Fawn. Stnlthlaiitl.
Vint. Shlnkle, Memphis.
" J. W. Lewi, New Orle.in.
" Kxporler, New ( rlcaus.
" Oen. Anderson, Tenncase river,
" Warner and barges, N. O.
(Irand Tower, Memphl.
" Hello, of Memphl, Memphis,
" City of Helena, Vlckshurg.
iii.Nim, WKATIIKK AND HL'SI.Vr.SS.
Tho river last evening was 11 feet 2
Inebe on Ibog.uige, having r!on 2J lu
dies miring llie iin-vious ai hours Tl
weather ha- oecii cloudy and nilM Iiit
nooiiyivi ' ' tilth light win alter
dark.
Riislnt-s dull.
Wah Dkit. Hi via itcroitr, I
December 5, IS7I. I
iiow water ' Change."
STATIONS). flow water.,
i ft. lu. i Ft. Inch.
rittaburg 7 7 -II
Cincinnati 1 11 II -2
boulst llie 0 50 ft
Kvausvllle ;
Na-htlllo (I 4 0 4
St. Lout I 0 0 0 II
pout ITK-tl.
-The Mluneola has 1.000 bale of cot
ton for the Ohio rlter.
TheW. J. Lewi has 1,000 ton- for
the South.
The Fawn brought out a barge of
hoop poles.
The Kxporlor added alxiut !) Ion-
and I well laden for New Orleans.
-The Vint Shlnkle dl-eliarged 20O
packages here nnd lias a rather light trip
for the south.
-Tlie Fat Cleburne brought ,'!00 barrel-
potatoes, 100 barrels flour and .TO barrels
whisky for the south.
The J. W. MlIN brought down llie
barges Collier No. 1 and 2, which were
sold at I'aducah on Friday. Major L.
W. llalllday was the purchaser of No 1.
and C:ipt. J. R. Whltakcr ot Pitts
burgh, bought the No. 2.
Tliu Kddyvllle brought 150 tons pig
Iron, 250 packages hides, iCl barrels dried
fruit and 12 mules for shipment, and II
barrels of peach and 2 of apple brandy
for F. M. Stocklleth of this city. '
I.AWTLIIS.
P. WHEELER,
Attorney nt Ijmv.
OtT'ICK Ohio Ivw, over room formerly
occupied liy Kirst National Hank,
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
yjULKEY Sc SON,
Attorneys nt jLiov.
OFKlCKt Klghth Street, rxtween Commer
cial uml Washington stenues,
.riaVnc'Uimrkey CAIUO, ILLINOIS
Q,REEN & OILDERT,
AttomeyN nnd CouiiNelurti
nt Ijuiv.
OFKICK: Ohio I-etce, room 7 and S over
Lily National Hank,
William II Creen, )
William II (filbert, CAIUO ILLINOIS.
Miles Freil lilltert )
StTuitoS'iJ1 Ucnllon Kl,rn Admiralty and
NEW STOCK
or
DRY -GOODS
AT
ite & Greer's
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
COItNEIt SEVENTH ST.
"WlHTE & GREER take pleaauro lu
calling the attention of the pubUo to
the fact that they are In receipt of u
larsre and well-aaaorted atook of
Staplo nnd Fancy Dry-Goods
Conalatluir, In part, ot a lull Hue of
DRESS GOODS
Such au
Silks, Poplins, Porcales,
Of every description and quality.
STAPLE GOODS
Such as
JRlviu'Iu'iI nml llroivii Ulns
Hun, lrliitf, t'lotliN.
.V'.
FANCY GOODS
Sucli a
KnibroldvrlcN, TrlnituiiiKH
IittccN, Vv:
Notions in Great Variety,
Hato, Boots, Shoes, &c.
All are Invited to sail and examine
ooue ana piiww wmviu iiuivim.iua
liewtiere.
W
jjOODS.
Wholcsalo rricoB, but No Credit 1
Mrs. C. McLEAN,
Next Door to Htuart ti aholson'ii
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAI. AND
WABHINOTON AVENUES.
HATS, ltonmts, Vlowrra, Vealhsra, Ulli-
lint's It" Olntea, Corsfla. llil.rr, WorslnU.
Merino Underwear for IMW nml CtilMnn. '
tTThess itmals will U aM ol very low fla
urea, for CAsll ami CASill ONLY. 1.11-WU
O.M.MINSIO.X .Mt'.RCHAXTH.
C. CLOSE,
General
Commission Merchant
AND DKAI.KR IX
LIME. CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, Sec,
Under City Nation! Bank.
IWIf.f, sell In mr-lnnd Iota al maniifuclim is'
prlie.,, n.Mlni; Krelsht.
COFFJEE,
HARRISON Ac CO.,
(-ncecsors to II Hunl A Co )
FOR, WARDING
Commission Merchants
And Dealers hi
PLOUB, OBAIN and HAT,
No. 63 Ohio Lara.
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLI8
AND SON,
(Successors to John II. l'lilllli)
PORWARDINQ
AND
Commission Merchants
Ami Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN ot BAND FOWDEB C0
Cornor Tenth Street and Ohio
Levee.
Z D Mathuss K C Uhl.
MATHUSS Sc UHL,
FORWARDING
And (Jenenil
Commission Merchants
Dealers In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
oxrio IjBviob,
MIL.LER Sc. PARKER,
I FORWARDING
Ami
Commission Merchants
AGKNT.S FOR
3T"jlx-jfxiXK.'s Moaloai,
OHIO LVE, between Fourth and Sixth 6u
K .1. Ayn-s H. I). Ayrtst.
AYRES tk CO.,
3jXaOTTI1.
Ami general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
j 1 i . i - ... i '
Goo. A. Prlnco &. Co.,
Organs &Melodeons
the OMM, l.-irsreit iiuil most Perfect niauiu'sr
torj lu the United fluid.
54,000 NOW IN USE.
No oilier Mitalral lu.lruin.ul ttcroliinlnul th
aainc 1'opillailly
'i
Kf Send for 1'ilwl.lst. Ad'liria i;X
Haffisla N. V.

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