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ascalon Mtrxit:, NO. 51.
Knlirlits ol I'yildas, mit(cm) Kil-
day nutlii at liiiir-iii -uii, in "ill
I Kb II"
M'ltl JI.IU ' IIAIII. " I
UMiJtu. AIXXANUni! I.( HMIlJ, NO. .
JSiJi Ii,.ci...Uiil OKli-r or o-M-f!-
T? i ui(f-J"l "Ki n. I" llielrliallun
Ci)innn rr.ll avenue, Iwtwwi iixh mid
Mini. H N- "
"1IIM UNOAMI'.MKNT, I. O. O. t. Iiucts
Llii o.M-rdlonk' Hull mitlic tint nnl llilnl
'liiHiIny In urtj iiinlitli. nt lnir-it'-fi-il.
.Ioiin II IIihiixon, C. I'.
i.Aiitoi.oi)(.r.. no -.a;, .v. ..:it.
, llnlil fi'Klllir imiiJIiiiiiiiiniimui 111 .u.i
. iile ll.ill, ciinKT I (iiiiiniTvUI nu-mir
Vniul l:iirlnii niitrt. 1111 tin- rtniiiil uml
fi. m III Miiivl 1) (iflMI'll llllllllll.
How Is jour llmo. You can get licttcr
bargains than won- ever ollercd hcfe-M In
tli a lino ol Mocj, tluwate und house tur
nl'lilng unoil", at A. IhlleyV, No. Inland
ITO Wirfhlnjiloii avc. itMi-Mtt
Mr. 1'. I'ltgcrald hnju-t dtuIvimV aud
lm on nail) nt lil nlc room a largo slock
of IftiftMi nit-, porter, IIcnucsy brandy
tmd nr: nnil lhiior of all Minis, which
he will dispose of at rcaionablo prlce.
. .iio-ii-a.'i ir.
(lood shn;Ie roonii on Ihc up; cr Hour at
the Saint Cliarlcn can he hail, wlih tioatd,
at the very low rati) of $:r) per month
Ho, fer good bargains, at A. IlabYj'i'.
Il will Mill at greatly rediioed prices Tor
the noxt thirty da)V. No. K.s and ITO
AVashltiEtflli avenue. IfMl-Min
Mr. Winter Is lmy palntlns omo luge
portraits In oil. We ore Kind to see the
people wallnjt up to the appreciation of
truo genius. A fine photograph of the Itcv
.Mr. Tluyor, on inhibition, It life itself.
Tor Hoots and Mioos ol any
l style. iu.itll) or description gn
Wwttii Win. Illiluiit on Tntntleih
street, or :it No SI Ohio tew. He guar
untt'ct to ! h purcha'crthe Movie that he
select, and miinilfncturrs bouts nt all prices
ranging from $ 0) to 01. Customers
troubled with rums or tendtr fei-t, ute
guaranteed an e.iy tit, a boots arc titled to
the foot. In the nb.onre of Mr. Khler, who
will Miirititii(l hoth shops, l'hllllp ll.nih
will Imv i liaru of tho l.v!c fliop and IM.
I'llGerald the xhop on Tnrntleth ktrret.
Thatiklnt; hi patroim for pi't fnvor he mi
lltitr ii coillliillaiice of the tiu
fc l.iimbpr l'iirl.
(,'lmilo Ijint3tiT and Newton Itlec,
holh welt known to our Hliuif, and
to tlver men cetierally, hao
tnMlrlil a IiiiiiIit yard in Cairo, corner of
Sixteenth ttreet and Commercial avenue.
They u III keep every dcerlptlon of liullil
fug material and iteamlioat luinher. duor,
h:-h, lillntls mouMliiS", rliliiKlei, lath, ttr.,
otc, and arn determined to cll lower than
luiiilierlm ever bean to'd In Cairo. They
Hollclt a fair trial from Mennibo.it men an J
builder, ami gunr.tntci' !illi-facllni In All
OYSTErj ! OYSTERS ! !
SpfWt. Ii Ohio l.e- ee, li reeeit inif New
OltMWg ny'or eery nioruliig in hulk. Il
i iimklnt liU own i-Jiit and parkin; lili
n oysler, thereh) uvnld:ni the exorbi
tant ebargcn for t rn portat on, mid l i na
I ihu I to fnrnWi a better artl.h- at a le
prl liiao any other di-aler. ratinnl.e a
Ihjiii lii'tllllllon, and liei;ellt youruif.
Alter Hie I'lre.
I st Id have a few firrt-!ai Woml and Coal
'ok Move alo Parlor, Ollh e and llox
Heating Stovo; Mi?r Kettles Oven,
SkllleU and l.Uh; Alr(irates Mantel firntci
Chain Tump', Lift I'uinp", Stove-pipe,
Klbowv, . ue, Sheet 1 1 on. Tin-plate, Cop
per, etc. Abo a four drain and (Irma
Seville, not injured by the fire. Abo a
variety ofotuori,'nod, which I amofleriuii
iitlromSritoT.'ipercent. below cot. Call
Imniedlately If you want a bargain, ak I am
ilstcriiilncd to e'oe out within ten
No. 1W Coniiiiri'ial avenue.
Pit lJ-TI-lOt. 'V.J. ICkiitii.
Diwn, down thoy come the prleaii of
tove! and tinware at A llalley', No. 1ft-!
and 170 WaOiltijton avenue. Heating
itovcHut c t. KMH-S-lii)
Ncwly-attnl, finely furnbhoil barber
o? by (ieora Sti-lnhoue, corner Coin
limriMal iivenue and Ki'Jjlitli street. Yfar
olpract'ee luvn vlvei him a Hu'ht hand
that inil.es a smooth .b:vo delluhtful. All
who try him mice will call atrain. All the
litoilally pBorh aro kept on his tiblo for
the In lie lit ol his cotomeri, and there I
no tedious waltlnfor turiM If
l'llly to Sevrnty-tivo d illars par monlli.
Aj,'enl wanted everywhere. Tractioii, hi
illei, RentJ, etc., ole. .No capittl or out
lay rciliticil. hind 2) etiiU fur postao on
o.lttIt, to P. C. Wi:i.CllM.X,
tl livln .Station. I'lilcu County, Ohio.
Competition li (lie I. He ol' 'I rude.
Mr. 1, tlo Ol'-m.ii, I'lnc l.aiindre,
No 1'.', Kourt l Mreit. between Wahln:ton
and Oouinierilal u uiii", does uli I; ml of
line aud co'iri)l.iUinlry woik for l.nl rn and
geiit'oiiii'ii, iliitln. Vc (leiiilHinen's bhlrl
wai-hcd and poll-hod. Slni;la khirt nml col
lar, lCe; per UozonWej hock ."); two col
larc, fc; twj handkurehlcN, fie; vekts t!0cj
a-.d at (jonllniiu'irs wear, 80o. per
dnen. I.adli"" dro"cs, i'S to fitie;
(.klitil) ti 'Mr, drawer 10 to ITie: two
jialr lioiio f ; two collars r to 10c. For ltt'
iIIoh' plain dollies $1 CO pi r iloen; ior Uv
dim lino clolhrf, $1 per dozen: done
promptly! nml promptly dcllcrel. l'a
lt:!-l-S-d I in.
Oo to Wiuri'.u'ri OAi.t.uttv and seo hU
ipueluicu' of pliQlon'.sir'iln ait. Hull an
hour can lis ipent very pleasantly In lew
lug some ol tho wii'l-kn j wn laees of our cltl
nuns, Mr. W. lias on hand a laro stock ol
new and elegant frames miltnblo lor hoi
Idayglfta. J'notBrapTi inadn only upon
I-'rlday and SatiirUttyii, excep I113 by bpec
ial njipoliiliiwnt. (Jnllery open every evonlrg
A yottiia horso-i years oU la-t May-
works MukIo or double; will ho sotd on II
months' tlmu note with 0ol security,
Apply nt Tub Hulhtix ofllec,
WEDNESDAY, JAXt.'AUV 111. 1S75.
I.inil Wentlirr Itcport.
Caihii, I Li.., .taimiry 12, 17..
1111. ITiik. I Willi
7 a in
Ihlhfkll .01 lnrli .
'lllrtMAS Jt)SM, Obfcncr'
ItoV. Ilr. Tlinj-cr Ciillnl.
For two wickn juint, Ituv. Dr. Tluiyor,
of IliU city, ha. licld In lit linnd' it uimn
linom call to nnotlicT nml tnoro Import
nntclty iiatonilo, nl a .uil:iry of $'J.(K)0 n
year and hi moving cxpcuM.M all jkiiiI.
Dr. Thayer U n zealous cliiircliiH:iii,ltlll
lf,'ent In tin; ilMinr(ru or IiIh pastoral
ilutlec, and In thu jinlplt ini'itu' people
Who nri- loinpeteiit to Jui!j;o of iooil
preaelilnjr. We look at lilm lioiii a
worldly Matu1Kltit iifrottrw, nml hellevu
lilm to lie a iiimtel minister, lie U alia
bio anil pleasant In lils Interrourto with
the world, and Improve Miclal ipialllles
wltli time nml niori' Intimate aeiptalnt-
Mh li.n l lloi-liler. a (icrmnii, n killed
yotonlay artcrnoon by tlio falling ol the
utiiier lloor ol Keohlcr Iw iiotiM. on
Seventeenth atn-ct. Thu ttppt-r (.tory of
l'ie lioiiH'.for isiiivfiilcnecjiad been lllleil
llrt with le-, anil Homier ami
another man were at work clornig away
the lev, as f.ist a It wn brought to tliem,
in thu lower part of tho building, whin
1 1 10 prelum being too groat upon tho
beams that supported thu upper lloor, It
gave way, pnrtpltatltig the Ice
upon Itn-liler. enishlng lilm
to ileatli. The oilier party
bad Just teppeil ontldt' thu door to get
a drink, and bad not yet returned when
the beams gave way, or In all probability
be to would have shared tho fate ol bis
niifortunalo companion. ltohler b.ul a
family ol two children, bis wife being
dead, and the children, wo aro Informed,
have been lit lug with bis elster, .MrM.
I.ummer, Imv their mother's death.
Ami HUH Tliey Conic.
In ye-U:rlay inornlng'.s luc of Tiik
III'llkti.v, there was published an Item,
describing bow ;i burly Diitcbimiu bad
nsiil up three young men, while skating
on the .Ml-"ttppl river, Sunday after
noon. The iM.-r.ou who In formed us of
the transaction, told ti that the llrst one
upon whom the Geruinu bad 0x.-nitcd,
was I'nt-y l.ally, .o of course be wa
filled 1'atsy in thoMtoin. We called lilm
I'aNy, N-eau-e the fellow that told us
called lilm I'.otiy. If be bad Mid that it
w.11 -lolin l.ally, as It turned out to be,
we would have called him .lolin also.
Tho fellow that told u about It was
there, and we thought be knew what he
was talking about. Itut It turns out that
be was uiii-taken. Ycterday inonilnjr
lcfore we got out of lted, a gentleman
came to this ofllco and Inquired of the
buIii(- manager who It wa
that put that notice In Tur
IlL'l.i.KTi.v. lie was Informed
iy that genllemau who the guilty
party wu,w hereupon be mail--known bU
bu-Im-". llc-ald his name was l'.it-y
l.ally, and anybody that "aid be bad been
hori'-wlilppeil by a 1 lutclnuau wa a d d
liar, and he didn't care who be v:i; that
be wouldn't b- bor-c-w hipped by any
man. We iK-lieve be tell-the truth, too,
for he stand about -I feet two inchc in
bl stockings and Is said to look us If be
could knock a mule down. According to
the de-crlptlou of I'at-y, given i by the
bit-lne-s manager, we are willing to bet
that be can demoli-li any Dutchman In
town. We have not seen Mr. l.ally, al
though we looked for him looked out of
the door to ee If be was on the street, be
fore venturing to go out from under the
protection of our friends but could not
llnd him, or we would have explained to
him Ju.-t how it happened that tho mis
take was made. When we do meet hint
we hope be will be In an amiable stale of
mind, for It 1 not our desire
to cross tin: liver Jut at present,
as we ate not prepared. Ittit If he Is de
termined to have vongonce for the Injury
we have done lil diameter as 11 pugilist,
we bope he will Inform u In writing, as
that will allbril us an opportunity to
make a settlement with lilm, which, we
bope will ho satisfactory to him, and alo
keep lilm from committing any rash act
toward an Innocent and inolleuive young
man, which, If lie once aeeom plUbcd, be
would le.ret for the remainder of bis
The Ice not only allords sport for the
young of this city, but aNo to the mid
dle aged, ami even old people. On
Monday evening, that romautle place, as
Its name would indicate, the ".Slaughter
House Pond," was crowded with people
of nil mres. who, having an op
portunity to enjoy the pleasure of skating,
which Is a rare occurrence here,
thought best to embrace It. The most
conspicuous personage who saw lit
to while away a few hours upon Ice, was
the Hev. Mr. Thayer. Not only was ho
the most prominent because he Is portly,
but the sprightly in inner In which he
(Uttered from one part of the lee to an
other, with perfect "poetry of motion,"
was Indeed remarkable, anil drew
forth many of the mint nat
tering compliments from the ladles and
gentlemen present, which would, bad bo
heard them, have bad a tendency to make
htm vain, notwithstanding be Is an
unusually strong-minded gentleman.
Among oilier very graceful and charm
liiir voting ladles present went Misses
Kiln and l.zle Steele, Miss Carrie Unglcs,
Misses Kninmiuid Mollio ltlley, Miss Al
lie I.ansdcn, the Misses lluruslde and
Miss nettle Parker, all of whom, as
skatUts, as well as for the many other
womanly traits with which they are eu
dowed, Cairo should fccUiirouri, JIIss
Klla Steele In particular was very highly
complimented upon ber ability as a skat
1st, tiorwero tlictnany words of prnho slio
ix-cclvcil undcaorved. llci skallng N, In
deed, superb, tier every movement being
itiieomplNlicii with perfect e.iw and In I bo
nibU graceful pumper. Omi young ami
hlL'lily ctwined gentleman,,, wblln
gn.lng with wonder iimtnitiulratlnu upon
her, not being able to llnd words of bis
own wltli.w'ilcb to praUo ber, exclaimed
In tin; language of Milton:
"Her KMiicof motion, ami of lu-ik, tin- Mimotli
Ami tivlininlnK mO"ity ofMrp mid tieid,
Hie innic(r of Turin nml frature, Ml
'Hip miul afloat, rm likr ildldulti m
.Many of the other voting ladles were
highly pral'cd, and wens Indeed de'erv-
Ing of thu remarks paM-d upon tbetu.
Another party It Is wild, has been imide
itli, who will upend this evening skating.
and who cxix-ct to have a very enjoya
ble lime, but It Is very doubtful if they
will llnd tin; Ico u good lis they would
vlb, the warm, hazy weather of lat
night and the nllit betore having made
Its unlace, ,-olt nml ulnsy.'" '' '
Tnriliiy, Jiuiimry 13, IS7S.
The cause of The People vs. .lusper
Harris, Indicted for gaming, coming up
fort rial, a Jury was Impounded and a
part of the evidence heard, when the
Slate's attorney, considering the people
bad Insullb lent evidence to convict, en
tered a iiolU ttrou, and llarrU was dis
Tho court occupied the afternoon In
calling over the law docket, and setting
the eaes for trial, with the following re
WKU.VhWIUV, JANt'AIIV III,
City ofCalro vk. .William V. Scott ;
.1. (. Harmati, iilgnec, vs. William
Khlers ; KHz. Miiekemier vs. II. llanuon
i t als; .J110. Iturton v. V, .M. Delaneyi .1.
. Lynch vk. Alexander County.
TIIUISIIAV, JAXfAKV 14.
Tlmoty tiorman vs. Timothy O'Calla
ban; City of Cairo t. ,Iolm Hellly; City
of Cairo vs. John lb Illy; M. Coyne vs,
D. Hartmau; Paul Cntss h..I. Steele; J,
T. Kcnnie vs. II. C. Kngllsh; Mary .1.
IIUm-II vs. Sarah. I. Hrowu; the People
(or use, ete. vs. W . M. VA llliams et al
Davis tor iie -MeMannus vs. Whitney;
Davis for use McMaiius vs. Whitney.
rniDAV, .lANTAiiv 13.
llreman Savings Hank vs. (Sreen; Adam
Kaiiflnian vs. .lohti Craig; John Hogaii
vs. John Dorton, et al.; Isaac Walder vs.
I. Garland ; .leuuette Horn vs. Geo. T.
Whlllock ; I.ou. Murphy vs. Sol. rani
bakcr; Cltyof Cairo vs. I.ucy llogan; K,
C. Pice vs. C. & V. P. P.' Co. ; Nancy
1'ordvs. Harkle.-s Taylor; M. Siefke vs.
SAIUIIDAY, JAM'ARV 10.
Poljert Dreinon vs. II. 11. Williams;
Howe & Hubbellvs. II. II. Williams; Jus
tus , Cunningham vs. City of Cairo:
John Parrott vs. S. A. McGoo; C. O. Pa
tier A Co. vs. J. P. Gamble; Cyrus Itol
luson vs. Illinois C'cnral Railroad coui
pany; D. W. Jluiiii vs. W. F. Hiim 11: O.
V. Orth vs. Kstateof Smallenburg; Kitatc
or A. A. Arlck vs. JohiiM. Phillips.
MONllAV, JAM'AltY 1H.
The Peoiilc vs. Ill1110lsCe11tr.il ltallroad
compaiiv; citv ot t aim v-. (.lino l.evee
lie Willi t (! .Slarry.
Some time ago, we read In the Loui-
vllle CuHrier-Jmritiil the letters publl-beil
below, butivfrained from Inserting them
in Tin: 1!i'i.i.i:ti'. it being a pure uilmleil
Journal, always .shrinking from anything
that would have a tendency to corrupt
the morals of Its, readers, but having re
ceived at least one hundred letters from
various persons, requesting us to publish
them, we yield with a -Ih to their sin
ful de-Ire, while we shudder for Iho-e of
our young folks who may chance to see
tliem, vhoe hearts have not yet been
fully drained of the w ays of this wicked,
w Icked world :
HUNT OS JIATItUtOXV.
prominent wholesale druir linn on
Main street a few days niro received the
following communication from a young
country merchant, who appears to lie bent
on getting married, and prefers to make
purely imsiuc--s transaction 01 tlio mat
ter. At lcat he iloen t .-ecm to hi! verv
choice in Ills seleetlon.as will be seen by life
following letter. In which his reason Is
brielly but plainly stated :
.Mr. iv I'icaseseminieanr ce
lUt soon of all your goods. As soon as
you git this plese glv this leter to the
most nutil'ul lauey ladv vou have In vour
city if you will 1 will glv you liny dolors
the Day we iret married 1 am i!J vears of
age as good looklu as any man. I have
uvea single mug emu, 11111 inv notion lor
this Is I don't wont a Girl to Ilrcak. Glv
It to Some prlty one. Hee sure you tell
tier to no sure to st.ii niein ner nrst leter
her purll'Tuf. If vou do this and Shu
Does rite to 1110 aud We Do Mary I will
glv you lilty dollars. I think I am a man
ui nil worn, 11 you wont, no 1111s pie.-egiv
it to some pore nmu 11. at Does need It.
There Is always men that will go to such
places. Al I want Is for her to promts Me
to nuit ner way 01 iiuin, neu troou to me.
tend to thin--, iu the house. PIcsc ad
dress Clear Creek Alexander
The following Is tho letter referred to
In bis note to the merchant :
AixxANiir.u Co. Ci.i:aiiCiii:kk It.t..
"Dkaii Miss, it U with pleasure that I
rite this to you to no of you If you habit
lived a slngel life long enulf. Dear Miss
if you waul n man lean do as good a
part by you as ary man can do for a wo
man. Dear Miss it dout take me lung to
tell what I will do now if you wish to
quit the ways of the worm aud live a
married life plese rite soon putting your
own portlgraf In It, you can have It drawn
on a small card you shall have mine next
letter Plcaso give .Mt? your name and
nearest pnt olllce. Delay no lime for ntv
blslness is pushing me. rile whether vou
could treat me rltu or not Vou scud me
your portlgraf iu your llrst leter, you
shall have 1 ul no next, then wo can soon
ileilde this mater, file vou ago ami bow
long you have lived there. I am Jut
twenty-two, fair skin, lite hair, lays In
walvs. ltltesoon. I am In property
worth five thousand dollars. Pile soon
Without fall, gooil My."
Notlco l herjby given to all p irt'es who
are Indebted to Wull.t Kut, that tho papoie,
books, etc., aro In my liands lorcillectlon,
and tho Unit hiving been dissolved, piy
incut must be inadu to mo nlouo
1I.UIMOK U, III.ACK,
150.1-ia Ot. Attorney for 0. T. Wall.
Frctli llaltlmoro oysters
and told by I'lill. II. Soup,
(Icnernl I tool w.
Tho Ohio river Is falling slowly'.
There was a regular meeting of the
City' councll'lnft night. . t
Panullo coal Is the bet In the market.
-Two masquerade and one calico ball
will take place In thlidiy within the next
Iwenfy-llvo itayS.' '
The business of the city Is about on a
stand-still. Not initeli better, but no worse
than It has been all whiter.
-The Arab engine house has been
trimmed up, and now answers-ax a very
cosy little court room.
The hardware men have lmd a big
run oil glniiiiets since ine nKitiing na
A meeting of the stockholders ot the
Cairo and Vlnccnues railroad company
will be held hi this diy on the 27tl lnt.
Fights are becoming scarce In Cairo,
thero havlngbccn but two men utrested
for that offense, for three or four day's.
Mrs. S. J. S., U the writer of the
Cairo letters now being published In
many of the country pajieiD iu this sec
tion of Illinois. t '
i'reparatTons for the Delta Clfy Cor
net band masquerade ball, to come oil' on
tbei'ith lust., nreproKn-slngllnely. The
ball, 110 doiibl, will be largely attended.
Phil. Saup went tn Vienna with
one hundred and (illy masquerade suits
for those who took part In the grand
masquerade ball which was given there
Thu Ice on the .Mississippi river at St.
I-ouU Is ilxteen Inches thick, mid cone-
qtieutly It will take quite a length of time
lor It to lloat dow 11 after It Is broken, and
this will be the head of navigation lor
three or four weeks to come.
"Sir hen.-, Johnny, If you run against
me again and knock ine down as you did
awhile ago, I'll put u head on you like a
mule's,'' was the pugilistic remark made
by a popular voting lady of this city to a
playful urchin who tripped and threw her
down while kntlng Monday night.
The busim-s In the police courts Is
very dull; o dull that Judge Hlrd has
some notion of starting a singing school.
There have bet 11 only three or four ea-es
tried Iu the last three days, before both of
the police niaglitrates.
Dr. Dunning, after a look at the ice
on the MlssUssppi river, made up Ids
iiilml to take a sleigh ride, ami yesterday
morning had bis neat little cutter and
white mule taken out, and spent the fore
noon In riding up aud down the river.
This Is what lie said bo was going to do,
but whether he did It or not, we have not
We again call attention to the card of
Krwln -Maxwell, head of tho great St.
Loul- oil linn. Mr, Maxwell has been a
steady advertiser iu Tin: 11i i.i.i;ti.v, and
we believe It bn paid hint, a he Is now
furnishing oil to all railroads running
Into Cairo as well as to parlies all along
their line-. He has promUeil to grea-e
the llrst through train on thu Narrow
Gauge free) ot charge, and he'll do It.
A lady and gentleman, well known In
this city, who are not married, but who
soon will lie. judging from appearances,
vt ri riding up W'lwIilnKlou uv.ni'iii. the
other day, and, when opposite the court
hou-e, the bor-e became trlghtened and
liegan to pltdi and tear around at a fear
ful rate. The gentleman, fearing for the
lady's safety, exclaimed in hurried tones;
"Jump, my dear, for your life!'1 The
lady, turning toward htm with a look of
tender allec.tlon iu her lieautlliil eyes,
said, "(lb. my darling, without thee I
could not live let me die by your side!"
The bor-e inu-t have heard her touching
words, for he stopped kicking and trot
ted quietly up the street.
Order Paradise eoal the best for
cooUii''. grates or ttciiiu.
Steamer dbn Fisk, Puiliicah.
" Hxporter, Cincinnati.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducab.
" Tom Jasper, New Orleans.
" Exporter, New Orhans.
iiivuit, wkatiiku axi) n.isixns--.
Tim weather yesterday was cloudy,
ami milder than It has been any day this
week. A heavy ml-t bung over the city
all the afternoon which turned to a -light
sprinkle toward-) evening, with a
fair piospect of a heavy fall of rain before,
Tim Ohio river Is going down fast,
having fallen 1 loot and 10 Inches at this
Piislness s alino-t at a standstill, ow
ing to the Ice. blo-kade tnSI. l.ouN.
Wau Dkit. Hivkk Ukiout, )
.Tanuar) I'.', Is7.'. I
1 Above (-i,.m,,p
low water. Ul-"kc
it. In, Ft. Hull.
Ti n nr
. 1:1 1-7
t -7 ;4
I 10 I I I -8
1 ft' ll XI) 6
St. Louts ,,,
I'lnlu (Jursllim for IiKiiltili.
Have the rouibu nudleines of thu profes
sion dono you no ec-od y jri, you diseour
a;;od and uiUerablor If fo, tost tho proper.
tle( ot tlio now vogetuble Spocllie, Dr.
WAI.UKU'S UALirOUNIAN VlXIIQAU 11 IT-
Tr.iis, already f.iuioui as tho llnest Invlgov-
aut, earrectlvo and uitei'itlvo tlist lias ever
seen tho lldit. DDpeptlcs and perions of
bilious habit should keep It wllliln reach, II'
they value health aud ease.
Paradise Mines a 0 located in l'sradbu
township, l'ctry county, U'liois. This coal
bis no superior (or glutei", cooking,
steum, or blaeksinithln. Its ficcibm from
hiilpliiir mid other Impurities makes it not
only a pleaiaut, but a healthful eoal tor
family inc. 160-1-lO-Ct.
Notice Ulicrehy given, to all those who arc
Indebt ett to Wall .t Ent, that too bulslneni re
lattugtu tho llnnmust bo settled by thelMh
ol this mouth, IIahmon 11. Dl.ACK,
UtI.l.U-2t, Attorney lor Q, X. WrII,
58 Ohio Leveo, Cairo Illinois.
l'.tlniuntl Mnernrr. I'mprlrlor.
IUI.I.OF FA It!-!.
Mock Turtle, Vcgt-tableji ami Venue
Will Soups, b" (CllUf per plate.
' oY.sfrns. v
liaw. net- plate :I0 ecnt.s
Stewed, icr plate.
Frleil, per plate ") "
Scolloped, per plate 411 "
iiroucti, per plate .J.ou "
fish. .' lt
Trout, a la lata, per plate 'J.I cents
Trout. 11 la inaeCatuise. per phite !!!! "
noiieii usti, in evet v ivie 211 "
Plckhsl Herring, per jilale '-'0 "
Itoast .. b cents
Koat, with Potatoes 'JO "
Hei-rsteak, with Potatoes '.Ml "
lleefsteak, with Vegetables IIO "
Heefsteak, with Onions '.') "
Porter-house teak. wltlinotiitoesrio "
leuuerioui. wuu .MiislirooiH,...
Tenderloin, with Sardells
Cutlets with cream sauce ,
Pork steak plain
Pork steak braided
, JiriTox. , '
Chops, w ith Green Peas ,
(.hops, wltli 'loinatoes..
Ouall on Toast
v enIon steak, cranberry sauce.. 4(1
Hear steak w ith ciirrant'jelly .VI
Poached on toast.
Omelet, with Par-ley
Mashed Potatoe.s M..
0 reel 1 Peas
I lea ns
Polls. Corn llread, Kva IlrCad
or Light llread .'
Milk Toast or Cream Toast,
Com, Buckwheat and Flannel
C0IIV0, Tea and Chocolate,
Any city denier can fill your orders
for Paradl-e coal. ' l-l'J-3t.
If you want fresh oysters wit'jout pay
In? for tho cm and .transportation, go to
Sproat's, lS.'i Ohio Levee, and gel them by
the pail full, frch every monilnjr. lJ-l-t
Having given up my old stand on the
levee and taken Keohlcr A lire's shop, on
Klghth itreet, I -h ill bo prepared to iup
ply tho citizens of Cairo with the bet
mc.it, the market afford. Please call and
see inc. 1'lltl.. llow'AUU.
(io tn Sproal's, 13D Oblo I.ovee, und
get your oyitrrs liy Hie tuin-lrod or can
lre'i every morning 12-MI
Spnut, ll.'i Ohio Levee, ii turnlfhlnjj
oy te-s In (he lli,'ht shaiie. l'diiilllt-.i cau
lie suppled In an;' quantity-froh every
mo. 11 n-;. CM tf
.Ine Itu'.cktr Is now In lull control of
the Waihluton lukery, and having lotrn
ed the want-of the public, Is prcpaied to
upp!y on call. ',1 demand--for French loaf,
ISo-ton, Hrowu and Graham brea I, mid
CMrythlngibo ordinarily lound In a iltst
chsiluk iy, lie maintain- a (u'l slock el
confectioneries, and can, ns will if any
other dealt-r la the city, till all orders In
taut line, Cnkes ba'scd, trostcd or orna
mented on shoit notice. Spucla luttentlon
ghonto the orders of wedding or plonlc
partlrs. 0 lU-tf.
Coyne's oyster dcjiot and restatiritit.
Oysters In tho -lull kihI can, fresh ivory
day, at Phil Sattp's eld stand, between
Mxth aud Seventh streets, Cairo, Illinois.
MocUliol.li iH Merlins.
Ol'I'lCK C'AlltO.t Vl.NCKV.VlW K. It. Co. 1
N i:w YuiiK, .1 jini .ry 2, lii":
The auuui l m;e 1 11 nt the stockholders
ot the Oil 10 and Vlucecnes llillroad com
pany will ho It Id at Ciiro, lll.nols, on
Wed icsday, January 27, I5T0.
lioswju.i. .Mii.i.i:r, See'y.
All pei'sji- knowing them-elves to be
Indelitul to uiu are repectfully rcqucstid
to pay up their accjunt- by JatuiHr) 1, as I
Ulll dlsIl'OIK Of Wll.llll lip 111) bllslllCts ik
soon as po-slbiD, preparatory to making a
nuwblait. All account! unpaid by January
l.'ilti, wilt be placed In tho hands of an
attorney for collection. T.J. IvKinil.
To Ken I.
Co!tai,'o houo, llc ronin-, hall, ilonu
nusli-.-oom, wocd-rheil and u (,'ood clslelii,
Lncaltd eor.vctiicnt to buiue patt or the
city. App'y to O. I'. Ly 11, feinuierel.il
avenue, near Sixth street. lIM-H-flt.
All Watehos, Clocks and dewclry, that
havo been Ijltwlth me for repair-, on widen
tbe c lai-yoa are unp.i'd, will bo tuis day
left at Ihcjaweti-y sloro of Mr. II. lloupt,
on Wasblcgton iivenue, anil will at tho cud
oflldtty days Irotn this iUte bo iold Upay
charges. Huiiman Wn.i.i:it.
(Jsiuo. Ills., December Uth, 1871.
Illinois Oumual It, K.Comi-inv,
(ji:ni:u(I. Aosni'm Orrici',
CM Hi 1, .lauuary t, lbT-'i.
On and alter tho date of this notice, I
will without iVKard to nation illty,ii(,'e, s'ra,
piiIri-. i.i-i-vloiis or nrcfcul cocdltlen. Iirot-
cento '.0 tho lull extent of tho law, any 111 d
a' I pcrsocs who nuy he detce'ed In rubbing
tho slock pers of this cmpioy in Cairo, ot
(eed cf nuy kltnl.rr who In any way inter
feres wltli stock while In rosciiou ot this
compaiij 'iieh a1 cpcnliuj the gates of the
pun?, r.icuiK muck arou-ui, lurowina tones,
cUlu, clc, Thli-vos andliumniers make a
note of lids and keep away,
145-!-.i-::t (lenrral Aseut.
Grorfpi l.uim-r comer of Fo.irtjenth and
"WasliHnsttmsiveii'ie, will fit'iilsh he.catur,
every d.iy to h s nitrous a Jo. 1 lunch, be
tween the hours of ton and twelve o'ebek.
Fre.h Jlllwaukeo beer and fra;hint Havana
clgurs to bo had nt his bur ut all times,
SchenoH's Fulmonio Symp, Sea Weed
Tonic, nndMnndi-nka rills.
'lheJedCerSedly celebrated and popu
lar incdblnes I1.1V0 eil'ntcd a rovoluMou In
the henllnK art, and proved the lallacy ol
sover.il in ixlnm which have lor many years
o! slructed the pro'r( of medical sclonic.
'I'ho lalso siippcsltlim that t'011 umptlon Is
Incurable deterred physicians from attempt
liufloilnd remedies lor tli.it uisca e, and
patients allllctcd with It reconciled ttiun.
selves to death wlihout making an eirort to
escape from a (loam which they supposed
to tiu unavoidable. It Is now provetl.ltow-i-ver,
that CoiKiunptioti can be cured, rod
tout It ha been cured In a very great num.
ber ofeaifs (tome ofthem nppitcntly do
perato ones) i,y sji-hcnck'.s puiinnulc .Syrup
nlotH'i -mil ill other ct-en by I lie nine used
lelne In ciliueetlon with t-cln nek' Hea
Weed Tonhi and Mandrake l'lll, one or
both, necordliig to the iTtilremcnts ot tho
Dr. Micnck liim-el(, who enjoyed iinln
terinpted good liBidtli for more than forty
year, wassiippo.ct. atonet'tne to be at
the very gu eofdeaili,iiiy,clatH having
pronouncul his cae liopeltm, klul nbaii
done I him to lil, rate. 0 was cured by
ery, many tlioii-umls similarly aireetcd havo
used Dr. s. hen. k's preparitlmis with the
same remarkable stir cs,
KjII diierlloos accompany eich, making
It not absolutely m eefsary to penonully
Dr. Schitiek unless patlcu; u,i, tUotr
lungs 1 xamlnei', and for this purpn.o he h
prnleslonally at Ids prluclpHl olllr-.i, corner
siKth -.ind Afrh slreeti', Philadelphia, every
Jlondiy, wlieto all letters for aitvl-o mini
he addressed. Seheni-k's medletnrs nro
sold by nil druggists. 12 :iO-ltii
.,, . -. .
It Is a sad c minimi 1 11 v inininiir brtnsl.
ed cllli..ition tint the women of our times
have degenerated In health and physt-pic
until tlu-y nru literally a rare of Invalids
pals, nervous, feeble and luck-achy, Willi
only here and tlim- nfewnoble cxecpti ms
in ine persons "I tlte roims:, liuvcm lutes
char, clerist c of the sex m ill) gone by.
It a y ri e.vpeilrneo, ovuiluga
perb-d ot yens, ninl embhicing the treat
in. nt of ru my tlioiMiiids ot eu cs of those
aliments pet ulitr to .viiien. Dr. ( I 'fee, ol
tltii World's Dlspoisjry, IIiuIjIo, N. Y., has
periccien, 0 ine e nuiiiuillon 01 eelia 11
vegetable eMMCts, u natural upccttl-, wh.eli
ho do -s not ext d at a c tire-all, hut en
Which adiliitiibly lllllillt u slnglciies ol
imtpoH', belLgii mo t positive and reliable
lenii-dy for tho.j wenkiiesic and com
plaints th itnflltct the women ol tbepresert
Jay. Tills naturid speeitic compound Is
cued Dr. I'lerci.'s Faiorllc Piescilptloti.
'('he following are among thine uiicascs In
which this wonderful medicine lit w-oikdl
ciircsiis It by m-plo and with a certainty
never bufuro Kttaiued by any uicdl"ine s
Weak back, nervou inl g -in rjl dyblllty,
(allltigand o her displacement! ot Intern 11
organ., result tig (loin debility and 1 ,rk
of strength In luttind Mil-ports, tiitcina
fev er, c ingeitlon, lull imuiitiou and tilccru
tlon und m y mui.y other ubeaies lueliUiit
to Women, not proper to nt ntlon hrrc, In
which, s well us In tlio cue that have
b eu cMimua'cd, thu F o tie Prescrip
tion elTcels ciircs-the matvl ofthe w rid.
It will do no harm In any state ore Ji-.dltl 11
otlho system, and by adopting Its Usi the
Invalid lady may avoid Ihut severrstol or
deal! tho consulting of a I 111 ly phvlcl.ic.
Kavorliel'resi-tli Una Is sold I y dealers In
medicines gcnciaby. l-'iiUVvvl v.
CAIRO IVIARKET WHOLESALE.
Lorr-M-tril D.illv bv II M Stmms, rmmitUiduu
liu-ii-hsiit, swritar of the Culro lUionl of
Klmir, ncconllug In iriailf.M . tl l)i C, is
Corn, inlxitl , sut-kisl 1 Tile
Corn, wlille, Mckist . r 7s-
Oat, nit xc I n . i;v ,ic
linn, r ton II). 'I "OHO
.Meal, nli-.im ilrii-l .l 7(1
lliitlrr. cliolci- .Niirll.crn roll iV
Ilutts-r. clinlco Sniitlirni Illinois low .-lii
V.pa, )kt ilnieu M'.'iS'
1 lilcki iis, pcrilu7i'ii. - 'J (sus.'i isi
lurkiys, psr'ilnjiu. - uylooo
llalililts, pcriluzrii M 00
On. ill.. iriloiii-i - btlo
Al'iiI'Hi clmkP, iwr bamrli.-.. -..-...ls)i.i3 i'i
A null's, roinliiiiu. ivtv bitlrvl. (ii
I'lilitoes. M-r limn I 1 si:i(0
Oiiluus, i-vrlsirri-t $l-i I to
I'.nrkw l.ml Hour til VI
lt)r Hour -95 7.1
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Conl by tho car-load,
ton, or iu hogshendy, for shipment,
promptly nttonded to.
wOTTo largo conaumord and nil
manufacturers, wo nro proparcd
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIKO CITY COAL COMPANY.
M-llullliUy llin 'soltlce, No 70 Ohio Urn-
(Lrlbilllilay Urn ' nlunlboit
Itl-M l.x)tluii Mills, ur
li.J".t tin- i.oal Dump, lout of Tlilily-KlKlit
j t -Post Oilli-e 1 1 niu vl-, Ji.
Coal and Vood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
ttSr COAL -fir
KIT constantly mi b ind at Itnss' Y1111I,
. ( iililllieicl.il IIM-Iillv, Oliliosllu (truss1
Dnli-rs prnmpltr llilnl.
I .'011 1 ami wooi I iVllwii-il lite of clinrtc
Terms siilcllr elili. :it7-lil-in1
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
' No. 110
B. MAXWJELL Sc CO.,
RAILWAY MAOUINEKY tad BURNING
No. 016 Nortk Mala Streat.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
AGENTS FOR FEENOH PLUMBAOO 0118.
N'otlci- Is licn-by gltsn that the tar books for
Hie year Irtl hiur.l M-n plfsi In nivlmnils,
unci Hint I writ bent IhV rotloxrl.iK lmimst places
iit tlicllins below act liTtli, rur tlie purpose of
iiilbTllii(tliPlnl'-iil,Ltft-: " . '
(liar I n.,-1. Pit-rlni-t. fully . Slsrctindon's
ston-, li-linmry W, 1S75.
( li-nr CtTk I'leclnct, IU A KJmun.nn's
tore, Ktlmi.iry SI, I57.I.
'IhrlK-s I'rtclnct, -I. (I. Itolwlng's storrf. fb-ntary-li
isaiitn I'e I'tvrlnet, Wm. Ireland's stonf, Keb
tusry , IS75.
iiooc lulntid Pivclnet, O. (Iiwnle! store,
Kilininry W, lsT.V
. .Dnic'liiotli I'n-elnct, N. ltunsnclrr's liotise.
Vi-liniiiry 17, ny
fnllyl'rrrlnct, Itodges .1 Athrrton'a store,
Msrch 1, 1x7:1.
Ilajli-woixl l'n-clnrt,(lconri W Short's store,
ItrliiK i our lnt year's tax wslpts, ns It Is un
sttft to trust to tho tv booVs alone for dcrli.
Hulls of liiml.
( AU10, 111 , Jaminrytf, 17J.
..1.. .( .. i .AI.WV Jr.lltVIN,
IM-t-11-wtd' ' nislrtct Cfitlector
rfor DUoaaei of tho Throsvt and Xidnsf ,
Amoni? the ereit
diicovrnea of mod
era science, few srs
of more real tsIuo
to mankind than
this effectual rem
edy for all disease
'of th Throat and
Lungs. A vast tri
al of Its virtues,
throughout this and
other countries, tuu
shown that It doe
nrely and eflieotuilly control tliem. Tho tes
timony of our best citizens, of all classes, es
tablishes the fact, that CuKMir Pbctobai.
will and does relieve and cure tlio afflicting
disorders of tho Throat and Lungs beyond any
other medicine The most dangerous affec
tions of tho Pulmonary Organs yield to Its
power) and caes of Consumption, curc4
by this preparation, aro publicly known, so
remarkable ns hardly to be believed, wtra
thev not proven beyond dispute. As a rem
edy It Is mlcquate, on which tho public may
refy for full protection. By curing Cough,
tho forerunners of moro serious disease, it
caves unnumbered lives, and on amount of
eulTering not to bo computed. It challenges
trial, and convinces the most sceptical.
Every family should keep it on liana as &
protection against the early and unpercelved
attacks of Pulmonary Affections, which tro
easily met at first, but which become. Incura
ble, and too often fatal, If neglected. Tender
lungs need this defence; ana It Is unwise to
bo without It As a safeguard to children,
amid the distressing diseases which beset tho
Throat and Chest of childhood, CniitRT
rEcronAi. Is Invaluable; for, by its timely
use, multitudes are rescued from prematura
graves, and saved to the love and affection
centred on them. It acts speedily and surely
against ordinary colds, securing sound and
health-restoring sleep. No one will suffer
troublesome Influenza and painful Bron
chitis when they know how easily they con
Originally tho product of long, laborious,
and successful chemical Investigation, no cost
or toil Is spared in making every bottle in the
utmost possible perfection. It may be confi
dently relied upon as possessing all the vir
tues It has ever exhibited, and capable of
producing cures as memorable as the greatMt
it has ever effected.
Or. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mail,,
Practical and Analytical OliemUU. I
OLD BY ALL DIIUOOI3T3 BYXIITWIUJUL;
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
. A .dressing
Which is rat
LW "XsLHSinc: tho hair.
yKmEP(It soon re-
to its original
color, with the gloss and freshness of
youth. Thin hair in thickened, fall
ing hair checked, and baldness ofton,
though not always, cured, by its
use. Nothing can restore the hair
whom tho follicles nro destroyed, or
tho glantls atrophied and decayed;
but such as remain can bo saved by
this application, and stimulated into
activity, so that a now growth of
hair is produced. Instead of fouling
tho hair witli a pasty nediment, it
will keep it clean and vigorous. Ita
occasional uso will present tho hair
from turning gray' or falling off,
and consequently prevent baldness.
Tito restoration 'of -vitality it gives
to tho scalp arrests and proventa
thu formation of dandruff, which is
often so uncleanly and offensive.
Free from thoso deleterious sub
stances which malco somo prepara
tions dangerous, und injurious to tho
hair, tho Vigor can only bonoflt, but
not harm it. If wauted merely for
a HAIR DRESSING, nothing elso
can' bo found so desirable. Contain
ing neither oil nor dye, it does not
noil white cambric, and yofc lasts
long on tho hair, giving it a rich,
glossy lttstro, and a grateful perfume
Prepared by Dr, ). C, Ayer & Co.
Practical and Analytical cnemuu,
BOLD UT Alb DHUaClHTU BYKRYWUHi
Tow-Boat For, Sal
TIIK HiiWrllxr 'oflVin jr wle the fltwim
Towintf Mith-WIh-vI ltoat, Ue llmumlu,
hi. itsurf . titiiriiliifiv . tulvlfsi. urn tut el atiu
nniilluisi (14 Mlitt lMlW.IIts4 Ml flllril. lllsl.
lUiilurrniiuuMti nuKVi i ivw yiuup
IllLHtri 11 lllllil Ul I I llCIt I .HUM l'a ., "
naIaUoH. I'oe terms applyto. T4TU),
, (iAiiiolllsXJumbvrJ.ltfll.' M-lKt