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HKOKKT HOOIKI'lKiJ
ASI'.W.ON I.ODOK, Ml. M.
Knllit of I'ylliln", mcWs every Krj-
t"-'' iTin.Vr.
,M.i:XANDKU I.OIKIK, NO. Sil.
oi.im.'lvlal uvniiir, VlWewi nlxjli i uJ N (i iitU
Itintd. II.V I. ",M l. , 11 .
4VIIIII KNtAMI'MKNT, I O. F,, Mucin
Jiii il.l.t billow' Hull until Huti-iiii llill.l
'ii.J In -rjr lunnlti, nt Hair-ntt ;
.I.SlI II tlllSSMAS, I I.
IV (.VlltOl.tllltIK. NO .SI7.A.K. A A.M.
,t HoM p-i(iil.ir iimiiiiiiiilUnns In Jin
JKyT .fiiiif Hill, inriirr HoiHiiwtfl.il w
Nninl Klirhth Mrrtt, mi ll,r n-roml mi.l
iuiIIi Mmi'liiv iifnirli limnlli.
Our I'niiiilr.v.
The Cither ol all Hoss el-jars, :i m-vcii
lull Havana tiller, for live c,ei'ti at
lJ 111 If riWTi:innw in A I'uii.i in.
I'or Nulr.
Choice Mluncoln potatoes tit fiO cent
tr hindud; ami a l.ire-i- I 1 ''
ol lreh ' always on liaml
ut low piice-'. t'hnli biitlcr.n etially.
I'MIO-If Mw:ui.
IHHlf 111 Kl'lll I'MlllC
The iindciljncd idlers lor al.- It No.
Ill, i:lnml II. In blncl; Nil W. In II H.V
ufCnlro, tojcethcr wild a foiln;t" -Itn-alf
il mi wiliI lot. "I a low lixtiir. Pit
luilhcr Information, call at Hit; ic-Idence
ol ttif nnilfrlml. .Imi.s 'W-iihm..
I'.'-'Jl-lin
l.ui'Hl .lull In
(iratul lutiih at "Mur .vdonn" to.
night. IM'-H.
Kor fpIetntrJ blanket, watir-ptooK
i-ahincics and Jean-1, call on Purser, 121
('onitncrrlal tivfiuii'. I'.'-l'.l-lin.
--(,'ouic one, ciiiiii' all, anil fat ol the
raud lunihat "Our Saloon" to-n1lit.
l'J-lii-tf I'lir.K. lltH'IIKINS.
Oil cloths carpets, uiul ami In fact
cyerythlni: In-art tan wl-h lor, can;bi;
ronntl ly falling on P.urger A On, 121
I omiitctrlal avenue, l-'-lf'-llil
I.ailli- wl-hln-j to putch.vc under
wear lor tlicin-elvi-' or children, ran jii l
nt what"hcy want at Hurler (Vs,
l.M ('oiiiiiierclnl avenue. 12-lu-lin
lie sine ami come to tin- grand lunch
at "Our Saloon to-uljht.
1112-15-lf Kiiuii. lloViuiiN-.
Ilu.-lcry, flov.v, nubias ami waifs
In jrrcat abundance, ami at tin wry low-i-i-t
price, at Hurler A-''; 1-1, Coin
meiclal avenue. 12-IH-lin.
Table lim ns, napkins, towels ami
Mil cprcail of every Mini, ami to Milt
the want of every pewon, fan lielouiid
In Kicat abundance at Hurler A OoV,
121 CoininiTtlal avemu'. lJ-lii-lnt
A largu Hock nflaillfV. inl";k" ami
i lilliln'n'f Miw. of th" latff.t Myle ami
llmt mattTlal. ami very t hi-ap, tu; on
al at Kiirgrr A Co'?. l'JI C'onitiKTfh.'l
IlM-IIU.'. l'J.l!-ltll.
I liemi
For
l'llty riiit. at WlnttT tialli ry.
12-21-11
Tin' tatf ni Ihf.ino-l l.vtiiltoii l.nly
ran In 'alMltil ly inllhijr on I!iiikt A
Co, wlit-ii th'.v want l.nv.. I'liihiolilcnf",
linen, cull- or foliar-", 'iiirlr Mock I
iiwrli anil coniptftf. I'J-l'J-lin.
I'or rilibuii" ami tic ol every Miaile
ami ipcility, ami niiillici - of all klml,
yon slinnlil no to Hurler A 'o''1, l'JI,
t 'oninicicI.il i.tmiif. They hart: jn-t
what miii want, ami will not tail to plea-i:
yon. lJ-lli lni
Iliiiy.i'r A Co. haw on h.iml one of
tin; laift. ino-t t-leaiil ami I'a-hlon-alile
tol k" ol tln- joil-, Mlk-i ami poplin-
ever bronlit to I alio. They Ikim
put their priic.-t ilnw n to llic very hiwe-t
nolcli, ami buyer'' will Mini it lo their
tiivHntar to iM-tbeiii a fall. I'J-Ki-lni
There 1 no ineiebant In Clilio who
nmleotamU nii.ic pcifu'lly the t;iiil- of
onr people Ihan .1. I 1 1 r, ami on his
la't dip uat, h- piiicli.iM il one ol Die
ino-t elegant tork of Miawl', cluak
aml lnr. that conlil be lilninl. liiebiiii
a call ami look at tbein. wlieiberyon imy
or not. lJ-l'.i-lni.
Ml-'. K:Je Cooper oll'eli- her M-lci-i
.14 a nnti' In slekne--v. She lia bail ev
tialyejri evpeileiici! ami ran ie Ihe
belt of n-lcmice. 'I'ei nix i.i ye.- week.
-Ipply ill hiT ic.iilen.'ein U'iliv.vt blm I.,
t orilfrul I'levcnth 'licet ami UVhilif
ttin avenne. I 1 U"
II yon want an I'l'iiiniia'e.il beating
Move for wooil anil one ol'lhu h.iml'i)iii
ct sloi'J In Hie niaiket, wllh illiiinlna
till front, buy the linprnveil Kenlni;
titar which tool, the blue iibl at St.
I.oiiU Tail' laM October, over all olheis
onexhiWIIon. Ttir sale by t. W. Hen
ilci.-ou, 1HI Conimeiclal avenue, C.iiin,
llllnol-'. ll.'JS-il-lni
sr.w Aiivmii ini:ii:mn.
ATHKNl'.UM- CA1HO
12
WliDN:SD AY,
JANUARY,
THURSDAY,
13
Knit'i'im-nt of tin' iII'IIiik'iiI'I"'1! Aitil'. il-'
Sisters,
JENNIE -MINNIE MAUD
Miiiiiildl liy llii'lr iiii-tli fiuiiiiii
'J.XAItTISTN! IU lIMMU'lli:sl lt !
WEDNESDAY, JANUA11Y 12th.
Tin-1 ! rum I ll'iminlli' llniiiu
J ACCQTJETTE
-mi-.
IN THE TOILS.
Wiilli'ii i'nv"ly I'm- Ml- .li-iiiiie, hy I'ninl.
Mii-iin, Kmi., I'li'iiliirnr I.iiIi. i it i i . 1 1 -r Kiii
iv 'v.lii, i.r I'ninl l.ymlc l.i).'lil'" "Mn
h iid, l.liiU-liilKiii l.yet "
THURSDAY, JANUARY lfltli,
'I'Ih-Wulliice SI li'M.Vi-W Veil. Siiciei-n
Minnie's Xiuok
mi rnn
UPS AND DOWNS OF CITY LI IK.
tl-l'lujiit Wt iilKlita, al W'ulbi K'riTlii-.llle,
S, V , iiH'rniviliHl Iiiiii-i.h,
Ici-h of ttilmlHkloiiTA iiinl, "ill reiiU. lit
mtvhI i.eulvilli"ati.tr.ii'li.iKf1uilaini:iii,.
I-MI..
for xuasra
rpllKlulf of alnlok limnc, roiiUlnlnir I'mir
I. niiiiiis, CKtiier Klilrriilli il t.ciliir iilii-i-t.
u-u-if. ' Him..
iht tttlin.
IIVII.S HV AllVDIII ISI.VII,
S3 A 1 1 Mils r.ira.lvrrliainK, uie ilur ni. ,;iy
llll- It AIIANCK.
'I iniuli tit mUirlUiiiK Mill l" liiffiliil :it lliv
rato of J I 10 .ir Riini' fur Ha- llrit lieitllon
hii.I Viiriiln fr r.wli n I , -t-1 n t-n t cm-. A lllwtiil
illii-Hiint will U-in eti- un uliniilliit; am) itliilny
ii'Uriti;iinriiti,
t.lmrcli, Snclfiy, K.Tlltnl ami Siiin-r iiollrnt
Will only In- lii'i lli.l ai jittrill-riuriili
I'nr In.cilihi; l-inirtul iiiiIIie 11 mi, S'uIIi-p of
MHi'llinC nf nwlrlli-i or rl nnlfM WrcnH fr
iucIi IiivtIwpii.
No mill ilbrfiimt will l- rrrrltnl M lr lluni
I l-HlH.
T.ocul RuuIiiiihh Notlr.us.ur
tun lliiusoi inorii. lunoitml
In tin. Ilullt.tlu uh rnllowu:
Onii Imiertlou per lino OoiiIb.
Twu liint-rtluna inir Una 7 Sil-i.
Thrui)ltiiiitloii)erHii . .10 Criiln.
.'Jlx limaitlonn !ir line ... I ft OeiitM.
Two wkii pt-i' lliiii iiO (Vtila.
One month iwr llii" ,. t;nlH.
No Ki ll iit.t ion wilt I. 'i niu.lu In iilmvu
I'rlcuu.
OITT NEWS.
IT'IIIUDAY. .(ASM A UN 13. luM.
I.iiihI VrutliT ltciurl.
IMIhii, llX., .tun. II, It'H.
lllt IliM.
7 a tit i m.tKt
II ; 'n
1 hk Ti w ixti.' ci77 1 tVi.Atn.
tl
Jl.
W '
I"
t Icar
I oi.
NW '
SW l '
SW I Hi I
te n.ru. ti.r,t
1 I Wl j 11
.14
.1 a M i -i w "l-lllS.
Sirrmil.HlKiial Sfiil". II "l.
I n Ken I .
Collate on 13th stteet, llvfiooni", jjoml
eMi'iii, ele. Cminin; of I m. Smiiii.
1'J-IMf. '
A .Veil HrnlKi'.
The county cnnimU'lonern yt-lenlay
entcreil into eontiact with Alev. I'ry lor
Hid construction of a new briilio ot-rlhe
Wft 1'o.rk of Sawly Creek on the Thebe.'
anil I'llin ro.nl. near Hani. Ilnlcn'' po-t.
Mill f.
W.ioil mill I'uiil.
Iltwooil by ihe conl, i:i T."; ! ft
wooil by tbc.hiilf conl, fJ ll! 1 11 -aweil,
per conl, j'l .VJ; I ft wtmil Kiwt'il anil
-pllt percoiil, 0(. Coal, per Mn;:le
ion,.l Oo: mil. two toin, .f:i coal,
I or tnotc tout, $:(
1-Clni. C W. Viu:i:i.rn A Co.
Illillllll on.
The i-ceoml llt ol Dr. 1'rlt. reassure.
the jicopk' that thu Inilhui Oil no
hiiinbn, ami that In; hat full contlilcntu
in iti cillracy as an inifalliic romcily tor
many of the tllica'is to wlilch our com
mon humanity i Inlr. The doctor lea ve
the city ttwluy, but ha placed it largt'
supply of the Imliati Oil with M.irclay
liro-. a acnt?.
NATIONAL COIINET BAND'S UALI.
TI'IIN'I'.I'.'S 1IA1.I., 17m INST.
Ticket fan be prwureil at .li.t JaulcyV
litiX store, UobbiuV llazar, and at I'. A
A'. Iluiler's jewelry Mote. 1-l-td.
Ill-null t'niK-i-i I.
.Mrs. Sander's (iratul Coii'vit in the
Albeiietiui 1 li ved for Tuesilay cvenlne;
next, 1Mb lust. All who appreciate
:t ilcli musical treat Minitld be
pic-cnt all lite be.-t available
aitialeur talent, wllh .Mrs.. Sander's pupil-,
a-sist. The concert will open with the
"Vounj; I'oll.s feiitelinlal," the n
oil;c lo be -.iinketi by ill'- Mauiii' Hal
lday. Won, I mill '"llt.
tin and tiller Ihii date tbe pilco-ol
wood ami coal tit my yuul, adjoiniu I lie
Cairo awl St. l.ouNNanow (.iaiijje depot,
will be a tollows ;
1'i.iir fool wood per cord. ll T." : 1'nur
foot woml per ball i old, ; J : four loot
wood, sawed, per eoiil, Ji .VI; four foot
wood, tuucil ami Fplii, per conl, f .ri ; I'.le;
.Muddy coal pel finale ton, 1; same per
tun tons, j:i 7."i; -ame per four Ions and
upwind-', Mi.
Alll'ood ijelivelcd.
1-7-lia .Iai. K. I.w.sr.. IVop'r.
ii-i smiiii.
--.Ml.', liov. Ili'Vetiile Is in the clly,
and lectiiicd at the .lbein.-iiiii on Tin-!.-day
teiiliiC to a wry largv and lutein
"ent audience, lief subject was "Cen
tennial work." YeMci'iiay. wciejflctto
learn, Mi'. t, eildc w:i ipillo ill, and
her friends fear lint disease may
dew-lope ml" luuji l'eer.
aljo learn licit owing lo the ifs of
.Mrs. llt-velldue, II s"epeelei Hie j-ov-einorwlll
be In the city in a lew days.
ilr. Cauda, vice-president of the
fall o ami -St. l.ouls railroad, left thurify
I'm .'it. I. onii yeilenluy.
For Salo.
A i-llver jilated No. Ii Wilson Shuttle
Sewing .Machine, haul (piano) llui-li,
valued at SjO. Will heold al $2il ills
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
fioin the factory.
-Colored ami mounted -Maps ol Hie
cliyot Cairo al S'J ."id each (bait price.)
- A No. tl Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
ehlui! valued ut S7o. Will be .-old at Sl.'i
dl'count, ami ordered direct from the
factory.
- A $!HI l.'enilngtou Sewing .Maclilue
.:!(! oil for ca-.li. Suitable tot- tailor or
hoot and shoe mauufactuicr. '
.v lyle "i:," "Clougli, Waneii A
Co.V I'arlor Organ, right Iroiu Ihe fac
tory at Detroit. I.l-l iiilee, fr-'lml. Will
bit sold foi $'.'011.
HKHI .-heels of bll-lol boald Jn-t re
ceived al. thu Hi'I.i.ktin olllee, and lor
sale to the Itade.
.MOHXTKU -MAI'S
or iiir.
'lly ol' 1'iilrn,
coloreiranil varnl-lied, for falu til hall
piice (if-'.M) at the IllM.l.Kl I V olllft'.
'Jd.iKKl note heads, ltd.lKXi envelopes,
20,(10(1 liiitei- heads, 10 rcitius. Maleiuc nln,
20 reams bill liettds-l ,tuible papct jint
reeelvfd uutl for sale at thu IIiii.i.kii.n
olllff,
For any of theiihm'i! ai llcles, ajiply a
hu IIum.ktin olllee. K. A. lli itNKri
ONLY $0.15.
Ili:il Ih Hir Ainiioiit one tllient Will
Him- In l'n on lini'li Kino irni-lli ol
liiii.-l.v lor Ih,' 'I'iii-s of IH7.1
llii- i.Hiil AiiioiiiiI lit- ItiiNeil lor
.im iiiH'llv lniHii-llli.ill7,-.Iu
iIIi In in Siiiiires oil nllti
lie I mill ty -The 'olli-cliir llonil.
'If- . .
The tax hook lor the t'X'" ol iMm
.was t t'intileleil by County Clerk Lynch
on .Mouthy titj,'1it, ami oihinlttcil lo the
fonnly cotiimlkloiiers on Tuesil ty. The
wink of prt'tiaiine; law books nnilcr ex
Istiiiii 's " v,,0' illlll'itll ami arduous
task, uii1 requites mom labor and "head
work" than mot pcinun luiaine.
Tim eoinuiis-lonen epent Ihe "lealer
pai t of Urn day Tuesday and ycstenlay in
cxainiidux tint hook, and approvi tl It at
pie'cntril bv the t leik. In lookln;,' over
the fDotlna we lind the lotal aiiiount ol
Iumm to bu ialed on hut yeat ' ascx
tumt to be tiVi.t;i)7.ll, illvlUid o' follow-
em or i Altai.
On pciou.il pi opei ly, l'h . .
i:c ?. ul,ni.) Mi
I.Viil i-nie, l.imli and out
lot, IOS,!i.VtU'J
Toiai .7iii;ij:i m
ituxiNhHi: cornrv ounmi: oi r.vmo.
lVionnlnroiiOflV 5 ii,Ull.ll
I.'jmiH and toiMilot..
ir,,.."i OS
$ 21,37:1 U
lllJl '
liiund lotal 5If.r,0l7 II
I'roin lliis lateincnt it will be nth
that IhPclly of Cairo pays very neatly
t ight tline as much lav a all the Inland-ol
Ihe county together. The note
i.s ti 15 on each $IM) id valuation.
iKrill.SII WmiJlllK COMMlSSIONKU'.
Shvritl Irvin yclerday fi tllt d with the
county commissioner for the taxes of
1ST I and loiuirr years, and look a receipt
in lull lor all claims against litui.
The amount of the collector' bond for
the collection of the tax tor IS7.1ls lived
at $:Ki:i,00u. being double the amount of
the taxes to be gathered in. It l doubt
ful w helher that amount can be collected,
tin-opinion prevailing tlie lint oftleliu
tpteiitswlll be larger than ut before.
The colleetot's bond will bellied this
iiiomlng, alter which the commissioners
will adjourn iiutilcourt In i:oiiie.
DISTRUCTIVE FIRE.
A !."., 11110 lllni- 11I Mnrpli) l.uiii,
.1 MI I.-.IHI Ciiuuty.
At 2 o'clock yesterday morning, a lire
broke out In the po-tullice building at
Murphy shorn, and before the lire could
be checkisl, the following stoics weie
cou.umed : U. W. Watson, gioeery'and
postolllce; C. 1'. Malrer, hardware; M.
iloeny, oylen-and groceiie-; A. A. .Mc.
(.ialiey. photu'i'.ipli gallery : ( harlcs
liauette, grocer; Miner's Savings l'.ank;
Chambers A (iarrett. wholesale liquor
dealers. The .-mailer losers are N. Itatn-
bcrgcr. barber -hop; McNeil', barber
simp ; I.. I- llililtcr, re-hU'iice; Kiibanks
A llro.,soreand re-Idetiir ; . 1'.. Cham
hers. ivlileiiry and -tore, and stole of lilt
ter l!m..
WaL-oti ami Hunter were the
principal owners of thu .buildings.
Seven K'ierate buildings burtifsl. The
lire company pulled down two houses,
and thus topped th" progress of Ihe lite.
Neatly one whole block v,i iniriK'd, and
sioi'f-eren fainllies are homehbs anil
liouulle.-s. The lo-s is variously cMl
liialed 1 1 .ltl -Mri.C-'KI to S-'U."00, wltli only
'l,iViOinnra!ieeinthe I'hot-nl.x of lironk
lyu, and I'.ttcr-nn. of 1'alersrin, New
,lcr-ey. Wulriw no p-irtleukiis as t) the
origin nl the lite.
TICK ATIir.NKUM.
Ill,'
U'nllnee .'il.l.-is -l'H-,1 .ivi'l'ar
on ci.
The WallJiv SKlers weie f.tvoted wllh
a large audience on the ocea-iou of their
appearance at the Albeueum la't even
ing In the play nl'Uaefjiiellc." And a
more delighted audience has not Iclt that
place of amu-emc id I'or many a day.
The pluy ilirouboiil was pteieuled in :i
manner Hint ele-ilcd Ihe t-lo-ot allclt
tion and mri-t eulbusl.s(e applau-r,
hllo Mi's .lennie, as the liuioiiie was
1 In- cenler of attraction, Minnie and
.Maud cairn in I'm llu li -'Iijic ut tint hou
01s of the evcniiik'. 'I'he eouipany Is an
ewcllelll one, COIilpO.-ell of H-leclcd lll'-
ll-ls, ami Iheoivliedr.i h oneof Iheiiuerl
lliat a Calm audience has bad the
pleantm of llitciiiug In lor nuny a day.
e tegict that want ol linn piovciil
11-It'oiii nuking a moie extended notice
ol tin- pelloriiiance, and of aeconllng to
this popular young trio of actresses and
their splendid company tbe prates they
ilcene.
TOBACCO BALE,
I liM Mule ol Ihe Siioii III Hie I'liin-I11-'
Viirt'hoiii- lo Tutu- IMiii'i- 'In.
iiiiii eon .11 ii 1 11 1 im 111 III n'rliti'h.
The riaitter '.' Tobacco Waiehouse, on
Tenth id!ccl,belwccn Coininerrlal and
Wasilnj;lon avenues, .Mer. Strughn,
lllukle iV t'o., propileloi's, will open
with a good salo to-moirow
morning. .lu-l lutw many
liogi-headi will hu placed on the brakes
we tire unable lo slate, hut the mil' will
bo a big one for the lrt of Ihe ea-on.
Merchants, lm-lne-s men, clciks, and
I'W'l jboily aie invllcd lo be pre.-eiit.
Oyster, Fish
ash
tiA.MK DKI'OT!
wiMiai s iti.oi ii.
We will sell, hercaller, our goods al
Ihe following price, and xilleit tint pat
1 onage of the public:
osi lats.
family brand, per can Il-'i cent-.
Stand, lids, per can 15 1 cnW.
Select, per can oil cents.
Select, t-.xtia, pet' can ft." cenls.
Tllboysleiv, per 100 $ Oil
rim.
Chteagn-Triiiil and While. ,.11 els. per Ih,
flame, Pan I'idi, ... lo and l'Jcht. per lb.
it imi:
Ofall ilcM'i'ipllous cou-iaiilly on liaml,
consUilnof wild turkey, npilrtels ami
yenlsiin.
tsiuinotir.sl.
I'ainlly giiicciles way cheap Inr ca-li.
ii: Asiifoi'i r.i:
.Made a cpecnlly. f.ilveusa dial.
MOATS,
Cheilper Ihail Ihnclieape.sl.
Ilccpeelfully,
l2-:i-lf. W M. Wivrvn, .III., A Co,
i h
"IVnfi'lililnl V l.nil A l.lllle Miillllil
All Ice Miliin mmi'l l lints'.
Dt:.it "Miis. S. J. y." -Tbe tiullt ol
the proveth. a
"son jiN-wi.ii ii iiM.ru aw v w 11 1 it,
wti never iiiore, Inlly verllled loine. than
upon reading your letter yoteniay.
hat lew tln taiks of anger had iicf
been in my hi art tigalust you, ineltid be
nealli lis cxcet il ugly " Inlluetice, like
snow beiiealh ). fllllbeiltil. Who could
chcibdi malice jga!nt .'ilcli an abit.-cd
creiiture? Nolll, lor one, nnd ko I intend
liking you utidii tny matronly whig, and
Kiting you I
a i.i 11 jr. or.vii ahvici;.
juil for your of n good, my dear;
r'ir.st of all,; un must learn lo control
jmr violeut . id volcanic temper, my
cbld, lor as yo 1 ititi't ceilalnly rcallre In
your c.tliner m incut, such eruption of
piss.Ion only 0I1.111&I you ; make you a
sAiirceoi ttiertljictit Jo the public, and
Oo not Injure ait- one vn: II ynu tonld
.inly profit hyfniy exiiuple, In that re
ipect, I should hive the strongest hopes
for your entile rllorinallon lu lint remote
tutttre.
Then yoft really tnuU give up your
XAi oii iv wax or "KitiiiiNt;
for ltitatire, ronrt(iiw to coar.se pcNonnl
abiie, and leaving 't ie original contro
versy yourself, and thn accusing me of
having done o. Stth little "yarns."
like your llashe. of r.iji, do not as!t
your cattfe, lor reaaug pcojue nave
itiemoties too good to hive snob non
s'enee palmed on to then. Then you
must never, never any nibie,
iii;sii:r to 1 loapii v,
to help yottrselt out of a tight place, a?
ytiiitlld last week. It nrer payslor you
tu ill-gust pure minded ptfijilc; lower
yoursi.'ll lu ihe scale of humidity ; and
draw a contrast U-twccn u mod Matter
ing to me.
Thetu is another thin, you must tiy
to compter, orat least lilde. your mor
bid I'llUIMi KOI! rl lll.lC .tlllllltAIIO.V 01: NO-
iici:.
Such coiifcfionsas unwillingly slippod
fioin your pen tlds week, belnty a van-
itv bordering upon weaktiss. liven If
you do long !o lie kept before Uu- pco-
pie in the no'V-paper.. it wasit t wi-i- to
ay -o. my luve. It explains niosf fully,
what has bitjerto lieni a uiy.-tery ; bow
ever, your reil reasons (or persisting lu
thlsdUcus-ltn, even alter your brain Is
completely eihaiisted, and you can only
tamely duplicate youi 'elt. Well, I don't
really blunt you ; It . bring you be
fore the pubic In 11 more Mattering light
than you ha'C ever been before, to have
any one reptesentlng Mich a good cause
as I do,
1'AV AW jmP.NIIOX IO vol'
at all. It will no doubt bi'itellt you in
tellectually also, tts long a I can endure
the tlre-'omo and monotonous things ynu
write, enough to reply to llieip. I can
already begin to (tee the good ell'ects of
Iniluencc upon you, lu the l.icL that al
though resorting to vulgarity hist week,
alter reading my placid and lady-like re
ply, you were
asiiajikii to i:m:AT tiii: iirn:.vi:
this week. Now this Is very oueounig
ing to me. tny dear, and fill tue with the
hope, that II you will wily emulate me lu
all thing-, you liny in tliecour-eoftline,
develop Into a lirt-class newspaper cor
lespniident. So fur a collecting money to tepte
n:llt the public -cliools at riiihidelphia
I, concerned, our ns-ocialion lias not
undertaken such a thing yet. II we do,
leMvevcr, and It iciiilres such a pcr-ou
is you ilescribii lo till the olllee, vc
v ill select you Immediately, as you are
the only pet-son I can think of who com
pletely answers the ilc'iipllou, judging
your private life by your literary caieer.
And now my dear, will you kindly ex
plain hi your next, why you ate contin
ually lugging in Ihe lung ago
iif.M'.vitv roii:ovi:i'.a ;
and what It ha- gntM do wllh llii-. allahy
our association Is eouipnsi.il both of
Lullo who ate In favor offemsiliunltrage,
ami of those who tire oppo-od to it thu
latter le.loinlnallng your wholesale
charges lall thort ol the mail..
To know that us, fellow-cilleiis you
have Ihe lilglieitl regnrds for all ol us that
you know anything about our "private
cliaiai lera," out-lit to have created a rip
ple of delight In our tuiin-u.tlly large
and pleas-ant meeting yesteiday. but. I'm
obliged to confess It was not even men
tioned, Never mind, dear, you are im
proving anyhow
rilAWIXfl HIT,
at it were, nnd II you'll promise lo be n
good girl, and not tny nny more "bad
word'." 111 loan you my pretty .Martha
Washington cap, and ynu slnll lake
01110 one of our husband's, to our Fplen
lid Leap-year party, (provided Ihey mo
willing.) even though you am that dan
gcruiiis thing, a widow, and Judging fioin
your youthful loiter, a wry young one.
(.'i:nii:nniai..
Cwr.o, January lllli, lS7ti.
vvniiirii
KverjIiO'ly to kiniv. lint the plaeo to (jci -A
iiif.iilli sliave,
A guild liuini'Oit.
A t.tililuiialile I1.1I1 cut,
(iraiij'tlilng In that line,
Is Ul tllC (JltAMl tiKMItU. llAIIIIKlt-
llfic, cnriier Wghlh and Coiiiiiieivlul.
).Mt .1. (It'llHtllC .SlKINUDU.SK,
.iiliee.
Wo will pay no bills coulraelcd by any
employe of Tin: lln.t.i'.iiv, unless 1 )u
same is made 011 11 written older -lgncd
by the pie-Idem 01 relary oQhe com
pany, and wu will accept uonnlnrs given
by an employe of tin' company, lor any
0111 iin-e whal-oevi'l'.
CaIKO lll l.l.i:i IN 1 OMI'AVV.
NovcinlH'r IH. ' II
.Nnllce ill' Hriiinviil
(!. Knell has reiuoveil hN boot and
hhim i-liop from Ih" old eland to his
now brlcl. building (mm block below),
No. HO Couiiueri'lal avenue, between
I'lllh and Sixth .street, vyluix! ho will
keep Hid best home made and SI. I ."id
custom made hunt ami Mines, iiiadn of
I Im best iuatrrl.il ', good w orkmanship
and In tho latest Mylfn. All nrders
promptly tittcndeil (n, l)-2:i-tt.
TO "MRS. S. J. S.
TUE CITY COUNCIL'.
A l.lirly Itrnl l.nxl Uhl - Hie '. mill
St I,, KHIIrunil.Hnllrr I'lmlimiK-il,
The proposition of thu Cairo and St.
Louis railroad company In pay the city
three thousand dollar for the right to
lay their track on llii' new levee, came
befoif Ihe i lly council again last night.
Legal opinions as to Ihe au
thority ol Ihe council to
grant the right, of way over the levee
10 the llailroad Company from City At
torney Iliad, and .ludge John II. Mill
key, both taking grounds against the
authority ol .the council lo give the
light, were presented and read. lion. I.
T. Llnegar, attorney for the road was
prewntnnd made ipiUc n hnglhy ar
gument for tho company.
At the conclusion ol Mr. I. Ineg.tr'
remark", considerable rangllug followed.
Alderman Thldlewood and ll.tllid.iy,
ol the Ordinance committee, reported lu
favor of postponing action on the matter
Imletlnltely. Alderman Nellli olTered a
minority report favoring Immediate no
tion on the proposition.
Alderman Saup moved to ntbstltule
the minority for the majority report.
At this point tilings were becoming
lively, the mayor and the aldermen
bowing by their manner and actions how
deeply they were Interclcil In tho action
about to bo. taken. Hut Alderman Wright
brought matters to a iloc
Willi a round turn.
As the tiMVOr was about to put the
motion of Alderman Saup to Milnlltute
the minority for the majority report,
Alderman Wrljjltt drew Iroiu his pocket
a document which ho passed to tho clerk
with the request that It be lead before
further proceedings were had,
I'be mayor wanted to know whit the
contained.
Aid. Wright-Head it.
Tlie Mayor I don't know whether it
Is In order to read It. Whit does it con
lain
Alderman H.iHiday -Uead It and m .
The paper was then read and proved to
be ti reipiest on the part of A Merman
llalliday and W tight that the railroad
matter go over to the next regular meet
ing ol the council, which will be the lirst
Tuesday in I'ebiuaiy.
I'he .Mayor I will rule this nut of or
der.
Alderman Ilullitlay iwi have no
riyU to rule It out of tinier. 'I bis c
lion (handing hi honor the .stat
ute and pointing lo the -t-rtion)
is imperative. The general Incorpo
ration aut give us tbU right, urn! there
is 110 way of getting around It.
The .Mayor I would like lo hear the
opinion of the city attorney on the ub
ject. Mr. Itlack was present, and stated tliut
there was no way out of the illlem.i. The
rcipie,! of Aldermen llalliday and Wt ilit
in lids iu-laiicc must be heeded. It was
their right under Ihe law, ami them was
no way to get out ol it.
An alderman (lagged again.
Alderman I'atler That's alway (he
way. When we think wearo going to do
good I'or the city, Mich gugges are pulled
on u s.
The Mnynr Well, I don't waul lo do
anything illegal, and it this I the law,
why, that's the end of it.
Alderman Thisllewood I move we ad
journ. And the council adjourned.
All ill all. la-t night' was Ihe liveliest
council meeliug we have ever wen in
Cairo. That the Ii lends of the 1allr0.ul
weie greatly taken back nnd much dis
appointed by Ihe manner in which action
was hiniight lo mi abrupt a tcimlu'itlon,
wa plainly vi-ihle.
LYWCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
rOK KKNT.
ti'ood duelling bouse on Walnut, be
tween Twcnty-Tcnud and Twenty-third
-l reels.
Tenements No.s. 2, II and I, on Sev
enth stii i I, west of Walnut.
Slore-iooni corner Twentieth and
I'oplar sircels.
Ilnslness liouje on I.evre, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham A' Slllwell.
Ihiiinetn house on Levee, ucarSlxlh
street, lately occupied by On", Cole
man A Co.
Winter Hindi suitable for lintel
Ollices or Husliie-s r.iouts 1 heap.
Tenements niimheicil I, 7, Snml 0, In
Wlnler'f l'nw, 5 ronius each, for ilO per
month.
No. 10 (corner), $12 f.0-7 iooiih.
Cottage on Sixth street, iir ar Wash
ington avenue I rooms $10 a month.
.Stole loom lu "I'llot lloue," lately
occupied by A. Ilalley.
A good farm with good linu 'is, oppo
fille Cai irt -Haws rariuclieap.
-A -small House wet of Twcnty-f-ecoiid
si rift, near I'lne, $1 per mouth.
-Dwelling lioit'e on TwclHh, near
Walnut, II looms.
Sloie room on I.evce, above Klghlh
licct- f.JO per month.
Dwelling bou-e on Sixth street and
.1 t-IVi'l'.-i Ml avenue.
--I'pper lloor of brick building 011
Ciiminfrclal avenue, above Tenth sited,
very ile-lralile.
I.'iiom- in vtu inn p.u I" ol ihe i lly.
I'D IS LKAKKOKSALU.
Lauds, in Irads to .suit, near '.ill
-If.S-IS
A ItcMillllloil
The devolution a- a bi-c buttling
Uove for bituminous coal, needs no pull
ing from Hu-Mihrciihcriiml It never pull,
"imikc) itu'lf. rorilurablllty, ccniiomy
mil beauty It cannot he excelled. Call at
my store w Iici 1 I lute "ii- lu coii-iaut
11-e ami I fhall be happy lo explain it
good woiklngiualllles, and I will al-o
laku plea-ure In rclei ring lo many par
lies who have It in ti-e, and who pin
iiounci! H Mipcrior to tiny f-lnvn tlii'j- Imvu
ever used. CW. Hk.viihiimin.
I'lConiniiTclal nvciine, Calin III.
1 l-JS-sll in.
Allenlinii I Oeiiler.
Wu have four do.eu Imllallou Khouy
piiigtm Can-Opeucrs, lakeit for tulver-,
.Islng, whleh w'ii will Fell tit two dollar
pel duifeii. lunula- ut llulleilu olllee.
CIRCUIT COURT
Jnnunrj Term, A. II, ISTII,
Olllcers -D.J. linker, Judge.
IS.S. Vociun, Circuit ( letk.
Alex. II. Irvin, ShfiifV.
Wl:ilKSIVV, MNfll DVV CltlMIWI,.
Thu case of Hie People v. I'eler Wal
der, whleh was conlluued from Momlny,
1 inched nu end this morning. Alter
heating nil the Icsliiuouv in tin- ..I... 11 I A
jury cjimelolbijconchhloii Hut (he ih-
leuuani was not gmity :n alleged hi the
Indlclineiit, and hence retntued a verdiit
of not guilty,
The ease of John It Hubert, f x pule,
waillniie(l.
A in..- ir-,(ijfie was enfcreil in the
c.i'e of the People vs. the ('alio and In
cciint lallroad. The railroad was in-
dieted as a nuisance.
A tlliSf nroifoul W.1S t ilt (TCll 111 llirrnso
of tho People vs. Caleb Sherman. The
defendant w.ti Intllcteil for the larceny of
some lumber belonging to Jas. Orange.
inm staiii'i tri.11 was i.'otiiuieuccd in
thu morning. Ho was Indicted lor Hu
latceny of a hotn bdonglng In i'anl
Sehuh. In ib cae, as lu niot casei,
wherein Ihe liberties of nun are In
anly, lliere was much 'tlfl' wearing. At
the conclusion of the evidence, on rc
fllU't of Jlldire .Mulkev. conrf mllnnrin.,1
till 9:0 this morning, w hen Iheargumcnt
win no iie.mi.
Tlia follow In- iii'W raes were rnicred
011 the chancery docket :
No. 'Jiii. r.arnabiH Lvman sv. Mnil.ih
T. Lyman ; bill lor divorce.
No. 2y$. rraneUM. (ioodall . Philip
Howanl.
No. 2!i'J. Horace Wariluer. adnilnisfin
lor, etc.. vs. Alexander c. and Miry
Hodges; hill I'or I'ntvrlo-uie.
No. Stdtl. Patrick .Mahoney vs. 'I'iuiolliy
.Maliiuiey. Maty Coivotnii and Patrick
Cnrcniau ; bill for partlllou.
mVERNEWs7
W'ah liii AiiniLNr. lliv'Mi Hm-niiT, I
.'mi II. I7ii . i
AllllVL
rATio-v. i ' - ' I.
I rr. is. I r. 1 is,
t.'nlr '!! - 3 I
t'lll-Uury... H 11 1 - I A
Clu. Iniuitl 1 11'. u 1 i
liiiNtlllf s a Mi n
.Viishvllle I -
.!. 1--.UH It I -I II
Kvin-vlllc
Mrlhiilm. mi I ' X '.
Vii-LslmrK ,I7 i' I X .
N,.vv Otli'JUs I- II I u I 11
uin u'ArKK.i ciiA.xiii..
IAMK Wa LSI I.N.
i-!Vi:ial, Slfiml M-ivlie, I'.S. A.
I'm I I. lit.
Aittiivt'.n.
Steamer I'lurciice Lee, l'adiie.ih.
' llermud.", Nashville.
" IT. P. Schcnck, Cini'lniiall.
Ooldi-u ISttle. N. O.
" Itclle Memphis, Memphis.
" Aik and low, X. O.
" Simp-011 Horner, Pill-buig.
" lilue Lodge, Pittsburg.
" t 'bat les Morgan, Cincinnati.
" Warncrand barges. N. O.
iini'.vitrKii.
Slcaiiii'i- I'lorence Lee, Padiirah.
" I'. P. Sdieuck, N. O.
" (folileii ISule, Clnclniiali.
" Hellu Metnphls, Sr. .011N.
" Ark and tow, Ohio river.
" Simpson Horner. Soulli.
" lilue Lodge, South.
Chaiie Morgan, N. O.
" Warncrand h'g, Clueliiuali.
i c 1 v 1 : 1 : . w KA'rniiit .v.vn iu'simis.
The Ohio liver fulls: feet audi huh
i e-tcrday.
- ll was lather cool, but ple.H.tnt yes
lerday, the meicuiy tauiling al 11.1 ih'
t'lee. -Ituslnos was ipilei along Ihe w Ii ul'
yesterday.
inivLit vi, ifr.vis,
The Winner. IV-'iiiSrwtliluiins.whh
lu-i- bh' low of lie'udit. nassed un the
Ohio for Cincinnati at 2 o'clock yester
day afternoon.
The Aik and low, Iroiu New Orleans,
an I Veil here al 0 o'clock y:sterilny morn
ing, and left for St. Louis lu the niter
noon. Tlie riorenre Leu camo in 11I10111 II
o'clock vosterday attcrnoon. Shu hud
aboanl the Wall.tcu LUsters' thvatrleal
nartv. who idayed here last nlirht, and
will give their l.i't pcrlorinance this
evening.
A Mr. Chapman nuil Mi's Ibjntou, ol
Harlloril, Ivetilucky, were passengers 011
Ihe ferrv-boat Thiwi Slate-', Iroiu tills
city to Hlnl'it Point, yesterday, wliete
thev were niarried by the IScv. .Mr. Il
licit, and then returned to this place.
ItVL'olug to Mlasutiil they had no usu
lor a marriage lleeu-e.
Capt. Jim .Morris is bad. among us
once more.
The U.S. McComh look a parly ol
ladie? mid gentlemen aerosj tluMlvor last
evening from Ibis city.
.-Tice mls'ed It soiuewbal, by saying
yesterday would be Hid coldest day ol
lhu season.
Tim I'.erinuda, Iroiu Na-hvllle, ar
rived at 5 o'clock last evening.
Thu Simpson Horner and to,v of
coal, passed down the liver yesterday
morning at 0 o'clock.
The lilue Lodge and tow went down
al hall-past eight yelerday morning.
The Morgan Haltler, Cliailcs .Mor
gan, Captain All' Stein, Harry Slelu clerk,
anlveil from Cincinnati yesterday morn
ing, with 1000 tons irelght, Including
100 head of horses, mule-, and cattle.
She had l.V) people aluaril. Shu added
about 00 ions and 70 coops ol chickens
here, and slailud on her journey, Willi
tho Intention ot sailing luto New Oiloati
on Sunday morning.
The isu-lo Silver left l.-llllWllle y'es-
let day for Now Orleans.
The Memphis .liii("'tii'ii! of Tuesday
contains 11 card headed "Conns to Ihe
Front," anil i-lgned lllim is, which nays;
"Thu million' Miggcts that nil this
racing bilk be put :tu cud to, and that the
Idlovvlld uaniuauy Tuesday when Jio(h
boats are lu c1111.1l condition, to jitaiL
from Presidents Island and go twenty or
thirty miles up lhu river, anil hd ihi-'vvvbi-ner
wear the horns unmolested. Pilt up
or shut up,
-Tim nclhrof Mivnpbls came hd" purl
yturvUvmortiliiK rrly, wfiW
cottoiiTof llij Vat whltls nlwt""'
tho Incennc. vlirf-boaf, aJ-Jwl n nttl
lielghtheruniul went on to ut. LouK
-The City of C'lipMcr, from St. l.oul,
went down nu Tuesday afternoon.
-Tim I'tituiv (Tily lelt here lor below,
"lid when (be Kelle Memphis came tip
ve'lenUy morning, !,(. vvns lying at Tip-tonvlll.-,
umk nn corn for 'New Or
leans. -The lllniarck Is lhu ur,t boat due
from Ht. Lnui,
- Captain J. Jl. Plillllpi, of HMUday A
Phillips' wharl-bo.it, Is lu Ch!cKo.,
-Mr. c. m, ,Wpt of ,,, t,tJ.t WM (i
passenger to Natchrs, MIsnlsMppi, on tho
Charles Morgan yesterday.
-The V. P. Sc'henek-, wllh 1,100 toiu.
arrlvid on Tuesday night. Shu added
oiiie l.cie, and went on to New Orleans.
-'I'be Ooldeii Itutu went un vis.
tenly morning about 2 o'clock, with SOU
tons, torCiiicliniaH.
I.Klt'OR lll'.Al.t.HN-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
VVhnliMlc mil RcUll Ptmttn !
rorclKn and Domestic
ani
WINKS OF A 1 1I1 KIN UN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKSSIt;-. SMYTH A CO. Ii loniUuUy
it lurg'1- itix-k of tlir lu-it Kixyti "i lUc mat
kit, mid glvr rant-UI attrullon tollir nliuUiuti
mill 11 i.I Hi? minur.
The Gamble Wagon
OjtVIllO, XXjXjXNOXM.
MANltFAt-rtJItLII HY
JOHN P. GAMBLE.-.
THE riKa'f ftml CHltAf K6T Wi ION KAN.
UVAOTUKED
i.TUPACTOBy, OHIO LEVEE
Wear Thirth-Fourth Btr t
CARIi PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Botvvoon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
M&uur,ictuiuhl own Uoro 8bot 4U J
ban AuJUruUouil Work.
VATHONAUK SOLICITED.
'l-'i-liu
IVIIOIXNALt: UROl'EBM.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AOENTS AMERICAN FOWDSB OO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Di-uK-r in
BOAT STORES.3
Commission Merchant,
Mo. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'KCIA I. ttulti)ii Klttn tocumluniut-oU nit
O lllllnir onlns
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a: o. xx-iioiM,
l'nirllnr,
IMNDKlt AND'BLANK BOOK
MAN UTACTOKEH,
UulUtlu llulUtluar.' Oor. Vw'lllh Strtat
Hint Waniuton Avunu,
C' Xlllxtcii.
j3- -.Miiiiy ami i:Hrot V'uiLnSprcUIlT,)
"" "
I.AWVKHN.
r OHN U. UXJIMMY,
Altttriwy at Law.
OAIMO, II.UNOM.
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