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K.WRjS town, inula itrry Ttitinulny nli'lit
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in mi i-impi m-wii. ill llilir nail oh
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v viii iMil-miowi' linn on llie llmtiiiul tlilnl
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Held n lmiIi
( AlltOI,Olllli:, NO, 2.17, A. V. AA. M.
L'liiur miiitiiiiiiiiutionii in .Mil
II. ruriiiT Dontiiii'rt'liil uwniir
Klllllll nil-Mi. Iltl Illl. H.iini n.i.l
minii .nominy in nu n iiifiniii.
Six $100 Pulaski county IioihIk, ji.nl
inc. Knipilru or Joliii l(. (lest, at City
Nntlmiiil Hank, i Cairo. l-ll-i;t
for tlic Weekly llulli-llii.
Perrons wNliliit: iulvertIeinentK or lo
i al nolle'.-) liifcrteil In llie Weekly Hi t.u:-
1 IN, Miotilil li.'ilnl III tlm copy hy Tlic.-
l ly noon, of each wick.
Willi 1 7)1
Kverybftily to kuou tlmt the place to Kit
A Mimotli Nlirtw,
A gnnil clianipoo,
A faWiloimlilc li:il r-ciit.
Or un) tiling IntLit line:,
l nt I Ik; (Ikanii (Jkniiui, IUlilir.lt
Silol', corner Klj;iith iitid Cojiiinerdiil.
li-8-tf .1. OKOium Stkinhouhk.
Woinl iimi t'onl.
On ami niter tlili tl.ito the prices ol
wooil ami eoal at my yard, adjoining the
Cairo and St. Louis Xarrow Ganxo tlepot,
will bo n lollowg :
Four foot wood per cord, ?.'! '" ; four
foot wood per halt ),ord. $2; four foot
wood, suweil, :r i-ord, 5-1 W) ; four foot
Wood, cawed and fpllt, per rord, j.'i ; !l;j
.Muddy eoal per (IiikIc ton, $1 ; mine per
two loin, $:t 7.1; sanio per four tour and
upward, i'.i U).
All ioods )lellvered.
1-7-1 in .l.. K. 1'rop'r.
If Mr. Nor,
who met death defending liU property
Irom burglar, hud been annol, lie would
now bcnlltc. Thu hrave-t man unarmud
U not ul-e In attacking n burglar. .So
peojile of trood constitutions )lo not net
with prudeneu In allowing the iis-uulu of
BliKlit tlheaje without the help of science
The best constitution will lc brokin
down by taking cold repeated, when
prompt tie ol IIiiII'h Ualtam would pre
serve Its vlfbr unlmparcd, .Sold by all
druj.'ijlit'!. I'rke, $1 per bottle.
A Mlver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
.Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnUli,
Yftlued at ?M. Will behold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from tin! factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ol the
city ol Cairo at $2 CO each (hall price.)
A No. !) Wilson Shuttle Scwlne; Ma
chine valued at $7.". Will bu told at SIS
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $90 ltcniln:toii N.-v.lnj Miielilnc
$30 oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
hoot and fchoo manufacturer.
A styio "E," "dough, Warren t
Co,V' l'arlor Organ, right from thu fac
tory at Detroit. I.Ut price, $300. Will
bo cold for $200
1000 sheets of bri'tol board Just re
ceived at the BuLLtm onice, and lor
ealo to the trade.
I'lly of Cairo,
colored and varnl.-hed, for wilo at hall
price ($2.50) at the Uui.LKri.N olllee.
20,000 note heart, W.OOO envelopef,
20,000 letter hoads.10 rcauw statement?,
20 ream.s bill head Carlhlo paper Ju-t
received and for i-alu at the 15u.u:ii.n
For any of thunbovu nrllcli", apply a
he lti!i.LKm olllee. K. A. lli:ii.N:n
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
FOKSAT.i: Oil KXCHANGK.
Nine and a quarter acres of good land
in the town ol Santa Ko, twenty-one
miles Irom Cairo on thu MNsI..-lppl
river. Contains two dwelling'', store
house and barn. Good water on prcm-
Uvf. Orchard contains 1100 I nil t trees of
dill'ercnt varieties. Good chancu for a
lihy.ilclan, as there is none within live
miles ofthe town. Will exchange for
Cairo properly or fell.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Tenement No. 'J, on .Seventh stm t,
we.t of Walnut.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar ill cct.
H Hiflness house on l.evce, lately oc
eiipled by Cunningham A'Stllwr ll.
Winter's Block-Miltnblo lor Hotel
nillee? or Business rooms cheap.
TcnementH nuinbereil I, 8 and I), in
Winter's How, B rooma each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 M)-7 room?.
f?ntinf'u on .Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms $10 a month.
Htoro room In "Pilot House," lately
... i... i 1 1.. ii....
IH'CliJIIl'll 14V Jl JllllU'J
A good farm with good ho'ites, oppo
fiito Cairo Haws farm cheap.
A Rinall Hou-i) wet of Twenty
Recond 8treet.near Pine. $1 per month.
Dwelling liou&o on Twellth, near
Walnut, 0 room.
Store room on l.evce, abovu hlghtli
P.treet $20 1KT IllOlltll.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
Upper Moor ol brick building on
Commercial avenue, abovo Tenth street,
Kooms lu various parbs ol the city.
FOK LEASE OK SALE.
Lauds, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
. fi WTT a Vour Mikftnnlc
JVLA.hUJNlU. Work". Unl.,o
una Highly iui.orunl. Mm ror coinpiuw csu-
loiriie. Ajfuw wuumi -i! IJ i.. .:
PiJblliher'of Mnionla Work, 7JI llrottilwuy,
ati:n op AitvKiti mi.vu.
13"A1I lillU fur lulvrtlMmr, Hie due nml iy
able l.f aiiv'a.hck,
Tnnmlint mln rllf lnr will v innrrtcl ut
r:ne oi fi hi rturc rorllie llrnt In-crllun
nun a renin rnrrni'li iiilminnt uni.. a inn.i
iiHTdiiiu inn iieiiwiu on mhihuiik nml illilny
l.'hurrli, Society, Vistlrnl nnil StiiKT nollcm
will only In; Inn rtril in ivlvcrtiavinrnlii.
For ImmtIIiil' Kuntriil iiullio 1 111. N'rillrfr.f
11111'llnir nrnoclll l nr i rn I mill r V) it nlK fur
Nn niltcrlbrimiit will Im; rrrrittil nl li lluiu
-yM A.oc;ni nuaiiiRHH xnoiicrn, ux
, inn linen or mora, I miction
In tlln llllllfilln nn follbwn
Ono Inaertlon per Una A Cotitn.
Twolimertlotir.imrlliiB 7 CuntM.
Threa limertlonu por llnu .....10 Cents.
mix lniiortlon per una... ..lb Ocntn
Iwo week pnr lino 2b Cisnta
Olln Dioulh unr lino !I6 CittiUa
No nnductlon will bo tnutlu In aliovi,
WEDNESDAY, .lANl.'AKV 1!). 167(1.
I.ornl Wrnlhcr llrporr.
C'aiiiu, III., .Liu, 1", ls.it.
ii nr. lun. 'Iiik, I W ind. I Vm.. Wkatii.
? u.lll. i i-J.fuS
fi i-' ti; : di ' ; 1 uii .
Ii,m, M Kli I h'.V IS I l'.ilr.
aif." I 'J' ut; 1 cis f W I Ii I "
ii- i n .v
'luliil niiioutitor rulnUll .C7 lncln.1.
furfiiuiit, filial SMvIrp, U. M. A.
Cottage on i:ith street. Ilverooni", gooil
(ltrni, etc. Eumilre of lHi..Sinn.
Three room". furnUhed or iiufuriil-hi d,
to let with board, in the Bh lock lioil'e,
corner .Seventh andWalniit etreets. En-
luireon tiie preiiilM.. 1.1 .VH
Choice .Minnesota jiotatoes nt CM cents
er bUMiel; and a large supply
3l freh groceries always on baud
U low price.'. Choice butler a specially.
ia-30-lf L. II. .Mvmts.
A iiviip I'liiuo,
Wc have a due bill good lorJIiJ.'i, pirt
payment 011 a $CO0 piano, of Julius
Bauer A Co., Chicago, that we want
to realize on. Any one wanting a line
piano at a bargain will lint! It to their
ulvanUge to call at the Bi'LLKTi.t
Ilrllu llll)' l'lr-Coinpiuo', u. U.
Members will remember that to-night
the animal meeting. Election of
olllcerr, general yearly business, uud re
port of board ot directors should call
every member to his post of duty. By
order, .M. J. McG.vui.nv, .Secretary.
Nnli- or HpiiI i:stiti.
The undcridgncU'oilerg lor salu lots No.
I'J, lit and U, In block No. 2G. lu the eitv
of Cairo, together with a cottage situ-
ited on gaid lots, ut a low llgnrc. For
further liifonnatioii, call nt the residence
ut tliu iiutlerclnvO. .U n.t ......
Wuoil nml t'oul.
lit wood by thu cord, $3 7."i; l 11
wood by tlie.half cord, $2 00; 1 ft tawed,
per coid, $1 50; 4 It wood sawed and
plit per cord, $5 00. Coal, per tingle
ton, SI 00; coal, two tons, $3 75; coal,
or more tons, $3 50.
1-G-lni. C. W. Wiiki:li:u & Co.
Wo will pay 110 bills contracted by anj
uiployc of Tun Bui.i.in i.v, unless the
amo is made on a written order slguul
by the pre.-ldcnl or secretary of.thc com
iiany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of tho company, for any
LAlllO 111'I.t.KTIX LOMfAXV.
Noveniler 10. 1S75. tt
Williams iV Son, (Druggists), N. Man
chester, Ind., say Wlsliart's Pino Trco
Tar Conllal always gives satisfaction 1
l'hey sell large quantities of It, and will
eertlly It has saved many lives by its
thoroughly purifying the blood, and jut
nmnently curing coughs, col'K soic
throat, catarrh and consumption.
Sotlri' or llemotiil.
C. Koch has removed bis boot a'ld
hhos ehop from the old stand to lil.s
new brick building (ono block- below),
No. !0 Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, where hu will
keep thu best home made and St. Lou!
custom tuadu boots and shoes, made of
thu best material ; good workmanship
and In the latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. 9-23-tl.
I'lopo'als will be tccelved by thu Ordi
nance Committee, of the city council, ol
thu City of Cairo, until the '23th Inst.,
for iiiluting in book lorm tho revl-wl 01 -
diuanee and laws relating thereto, of haid
cllv. The manuscript can be eccii nud
character of work required can bon-
crlaincd by calling at olllco of Hon.
.Inhn M.Lansden. Proposal should be
;illre,-( il to the undersigned.
N. B. Tiiivii.K.wooii, Chalinian.
Cairo, .Tan. 15, 1S70. MO-td
tJi'l Your I.iei'iiito,
Oaii'.o, 1m.s, .lanuary 15, 1S70.
(IIIDKII no. It.
Tu.Inlin 11. iMi.iiliun, I'ili' Muritlinl I
Snt Yon will L'lve notice to all per
sons having license to pay to do business
lu thu city of Cairo, that they unlit take
out thu samu IiiMdo of ten
days from this date, all persons
iknlii'vlii!r this order, you will
ecu that they aru prosecuted under
thu ordinances ofthu city, governing tho
same. Yours Ac, II. Wi.vikii, Mayor.
Notice isheieby given toall persons do
Imr bulne3s In the city of Cairo, mid also
to draymen and teamsters who have not
paid their license for this year, that they
must take out tho sainu on or before thu
25th day of January 1870.
All delinquent!) after said date will bo
prosecuted under tho ordinances of thu
city governing licenses.
C.uuo Ills., January 15, 1670,
John 11. Oossman, City Marshal.
Let it bereinrnibi ied that Mr. Smuii-
tlei-V concert lake place lo nlghl. (lo.
Iru Brown of Chicago was a giut at
tho St. Charles jclenlay.
-Mr. Charles Call of LTIn, was In I In
Ed. Corlls of Metropolis l in tin
city, and lakes his hah at the SI.
Clui. A. Dennis ol Chicago was
regltcrcd at I lie St. Chatles yester
day. JoOah Throgmortoii nml Hugh Will
law ofYlcnna were lu tho city yester
W. Marshal and lady of Memphis
Teuinsec, were nt the St. Charles hotel
Como one, eouie all, and eat ot the
grand lunch at "Our Saloon" to-night.
12-I.Vtf Punn. llonin.Ns.
Keuicmber the public ndilress of Dr.
Agrcw, nt Ihu hall of llieul'ough and
I'eady lire company lo-ulghl.
'1 here was a special incr'tlng of the
lily council held la't night lor u Hunt Fct
tlemciwlth Mr. Bagnell, latucoulraclor
for the construction of the new leyee
The Turner .Society are making ar
rangements for a grand ma-qiieradeball,
to Imi given at their hall, corner of Tenth
and Poplar street', 011 the night of Feb
ruary 2'Jth, 1870. l-llMlt
Wo understand Hie rain fall of .Mon
day night did couiidcrable il:itiias.' lu
certain localities along the llnu of the Il
linois Central railroad, lu some places,
saw mills were Hooded, and compelled
to shut down.
The Hn'call rape case Is still before
tin.' circuit court. It will probably come
to a clo-e this forenoon, u3 -Mr. Llnegar,
for the prosecution, will mako the clos
ing argument this morning. The ver
dict will bo waited for with consider
Owing to a vah-out In the track of
the Mississippi Central railroad then;
was no train arrived In this city yester
day, and consequently Shay's inin-itriis
have not yet arrived, and of coure there
was no show la't night. Thi Is pretty
hard-on Shay, as well as the railroad.
-There Is no merchant lu Cairo who
understands more perfectly the wants of
our ix'oplu than J. Burger, and 011 his
l.i-t trip eat, he purchased one ot the
most elegant stocks of sliawK cloaks
and furs that could lc found. Give him
a call and look at them, whether you buy
or not. 12-101in.
-The Young Folk's Centennial Is un
der tho direct supervision of Mrs. W. P.
and 11 . Halllday.'.whQ have displayed their
good taste In the arrangement of the toll
ettcs. Tickets 50 cents, children had
priee; nt Hartinan's, and Kobbin's Ba
zaar. Secure teats early. No extra
charge for reserved seats.
A. B. Shropshire, proprietor of the
Merchants' hotel, Jackson, Tennessee,
was a guest at thu St. Charles hotel yes
terday. The Merchants is the lending
hotel lu Jucksou, and under the man
agement of Mr. Shropshire, has been
made to rauk among the best hotels lu
John lugraliaui was before his
honor, Judge Bird, yesterday, 011 a
charge of being drunk. lugraham was
a deplorable looking spectacle drunk as
a lord, and bc-ipattcred all over with mud.
He had i-peut his lat nlckle for "red
eye" and consequently could not pay his
Hue. He was i-cut to the calaboose for
Mart led Tuesday, January IS, 1S70,
by Father Zabe), of St. Patrick's Catholle
church, Mr. Frank Shutter and Miss Anna
Murphy, all of this city. Last
evening friends of thu newly
wedded pair to the number of thirty aj.
scmblcd ut the residence of .Mr. Jaeckcl,
brotlicr-lii law of Mr. Shnftcr, and lor
several hours enjoyed themselves In a
manner becoming the occa.-Ioii.
The regular weekly sale of tobacco
will take place at thu Planters' ware
house, on Tenth street, on Fililay morn
lug. It Is to be hoped that our mer
chants will lend the proprietors of the
Planters' warehouse all the encourage
ment they can lu their ctlbrU to build up
a good tobacco mat ki t lu this city.
They the merchants and business men
ofthe city can do this by attendln,; the
tales, even though they may not desire
to deal In the weed, and by their pres
ence indicating that they are Interested in
the success ol the market.
Don't call ii i-ipe water, for It is not.
Thu water in thu low places between
Eleventh and Thirteenth, and between
Fourteenth anil Eighteenth .streets. 1",
ivcrydropol It the result ol Monday
light's and 'luesday morning's rain.
The cry of sipo water, In tills instance,
at least, is played out. Last fall when
BMW of our cltiens claimed that the
greater portion of thu water then lu the
citv was "rain water" tho Sun scouVmI at
the Idea. Wh.U will tho Sun say now?
Will it still per.-Ut lu Its sipo water
Tlic (leorgia mliHtruls will be with
us on Friday and Saturday nights. To
Uiom' who wMi to witness thu perform-
nice of tlio bc?t troupe of Its kind thu
world ever saw, wo say, go and seo the
the (icorgla's. Thu Huston Tmneript
savs of theiii: . "Callender's Georgia
minstrels havu nlelved the enthusiastic
stamp ol Boston's approval, and lloston
knows good minstrels when It frs them.
Again, last night, theio wuru 1,000 peo
plo in the hall. Their humor is original,
their fun spontaneous and Infectious,
and while being of the broadest and
most upioaioiu character, It never ex
ceeds the limits ol rcllnenient. Their
most striking characteristic Is their
wholesome and hearty simplicity, dealing
rather with the humor ol real negro life,
than with the slung of city ttreeti
Their success here has heen exlraordiu
Several weeks ago wo mentioned the
tact that Shciill' Inln and Chlel of Police
GosHuau, had picked up an lii-aue wo
man lu one ol the whart-buat.s, nud tool;
her lo the county Jail. This woman was
kept lu tho jail lor i-uycral days, when It
was ascertained that her liomu wus
Home where In tlm vicinity ot
Mi'iiiphl.i. She a iicenrdlngly put
inboard the deanicr .St. Luke, with In
struclloiis In the captain of llie boat tit
put her ibhorei nt .Memphis. (Inniilval
of the St. I. like nt Memphis, she refine
togon-diorc. and 011 Hie return ol thu
boat lo this port on Monday, Ihu poor
woman relumed t.ln, and all day
ycMerilay she was lo bo seen about (In
wharlboat, apparently walling for some
one. It mIiI, but wllh how much
truth we do not know, that her huMiaud,
u llsheriuan, was recently killed mur
dered, near Mi niplils, and that her Insan
ity U the reMilt of his unnatural taking
Filly cents, at WlntcrV Gallery.
The Southern Illinois Medical As0'
elation will open Itx third regular session
lu this city this moi iiliig- til ten o'clock,
lu the hall of the (tough and Heady lire
company' engine Imti-'e. The meeting
will be called lo order by Dr. II. O.
Hacker of .lonc'boro, President ol the
Asochlion, when an address of welcome
by Dr. C. W. Dunning of Ibis city, will
be delivered. At the couiiiilon
of the address, until tho noon ad
joiirnuieut, the regular business nl the A''
sorlatlon will be considered. At 2 o'clock
the association will i(.-nembli', and the
regular bnIncs.s continue till -I o'clock.
At -1 o'clock the members ol the affilia
tion will take an excursion on the terry
boat "Three .States," touching at .Mis
souri and Kentucky, and returning to thu
city at (J o'clock, p.m. At 7:30 o'clock an
nildiess will bo delivered by Dr. F. M.
Agncw. The members ol the profession
and their ladles are iinlted to attend the
meeting of the association. Theio will
be much of luteret to the profession,
uud a large attendance Is expected.
Mr. E. W. Hall, residing ut Helena
pos'totllco, on thoCalroandSt. Louis rail
road lu this county, writes the Bui.u:
1 ix, miller date of January 17th, as fol
lows: "To-day at 12 o'clock, Ihcre ar
rived at this place three boy, two ot
them ery nicely dret'ed. Thu other one
a youth of about fifteen or sixteen years,
poorly clad, and bearing a countenance
suggestive of "lioueuol refuge,' or worse.
The smaller boys were apparently ten or
eleven years old ; Hie youngest looking
having itark eyes and hair, and dressed In
dark or black clothes, and wore a cap.
The other little fellow was nbo drc's-cd
lu dark clothes, but 1 could not get to
see his fce, for ho kept out of sight as
much as possible. They wanted some
thing to eat, and said they were going to
St. Louis. I think they were put oil' the
freight train near this place. They weie
from Cairo ind evidently running away,
led by the older boy in fact one of the
little fellows told me :i3 much. They
kept on up thu track, and I have not seen
them cilice. Could I havu done so, I
would have held thctu till evening, and
tent them back on the passenger train,
but I had no power to da so. Hoping
this may bu the means ot putting Hie
parents of the runaway little ones on
their track. I remain, ' etc., etc V hose
ir j nre they
Bo sure ami come to me ki.uui i....wi.
at "Our Saloon to-night.
jl2-15-tf Fiu:i. Hoi in-.ixs.
All i'lii-uiilt- lllicusi- flureil
nv in. iti'LTz.
He Is located hi Cairo, Illinois, and Is
still calling on you to be healed. Why
will you die ot old chronic diseases, when
you can bu cured with so little con or
tuoiiey. Do not give It up yet, for there
ii 'till a b.dni in Glleard. Cairo is the
place to como to be cured of all your
aches and pains.
I am now prepared at my olllee to give
medicated baths, and persons wishing to
receive eiich, will call at my olllee on
Eighth street. No. 22, from the hours ol
2 p.m. till b p.m. ANo plane bath--, hot
baths, warm baths, cold bath, or vapor
baths. Also persons having the con
sumption or weak lungs, nud wMiing to
receive medicines by Inhalation, can re
ceive tho treatment at my olllee, this be
ing the only true way of getting medi
cine direct to the lungs. Also I treat dis
eases of the eye-of years standing, and
the blind lias been made to see by my
treatment. All ill-eases of Hie skin I
cure. Fistula cured by me without thu
110 ol the knife. If you have a caucer
come and be cured. All private diseases,
in the shortest lime, cured by me. In
short, fur all chronie ill-ea3es of thu hu
man system, go to Dr. Hultz If you wish
lo be cured. I compound and prepare all
my medicines at my olllee. It Is said
that practice makes pet feet, I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All biters and communications shall
be eonlldeiitlal and promptly attended to
by inc. Direct, Dit. IIimiz,
No. 22 Eighth street, Cairo, Illinois,
I ot- KmisiiH nml Coliirmlo,
The Atchison. Tobeka and Santa Fo
railroad from Kansas City and Atehhon
on the Missouri river, via Topeka, the
capltol nt Kansas, and Ihu beautiful Ar
kansas valley to tho Itotky Muiiutalus.
Thushortet mile to Puebelo the Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs. Maultou,
Pikes Speak, uud all places of note In the
mountain regions. Thu favorltu route
to Denver and all points lu Northern
Colorado. The bust route to Southern
Colorado, Nuw Mexico and Arizona. The
only direct roulu to thu famous han
Juan mini-. Thu track anil equipment
Is uuequaled, trains run tbrougii irom
the Missouri liver to tho lioeky Moun
tains, inaklii'' connections in Union de
pots and avoiding delays and traus
fera. For lull ileseiipllvu cltcuiius
maps, time tables, etc., address
T. J. Anii:uson,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Topeka, Kan.
A Id iitimi ' Iti'uli'i s.
Wo have tour dozen Imitation Ebony
nrairun Caii-ODcners, taken lor urtver
;islug, which we will tell at two dollars
per dozen. Inquire at ituilctlu olllee.
'Thu father ol all Boss cigars, a seven
nch Havana tiller, for live cents at
12-HMf CovmiiiiiiWAir & Pitii-urs
frVrlhr lli-MfcNO.I ' t'-
AN F.l YPTl.lJf t.TRIC.
- iiKni-i i n ri.i.v mnirvTr.il to iiii. . .
A v.iln yntni? cock vni iiflrn licirit,
In n ury koitlfut wjiyi
To ray orliliiiaiir IliliuH moid ntismitj
Anil so il tiiatiriiliinf day,
Hint strutting nliont in ronrcltcil riili',
A ix laying mine finll lo lliiil ,
AliotLerr.of k In llie junljjj: "fl'il,
Atnl In 111 ni tn- filial liH inln. I.
lie fcOolTnl nml tip snenct ut nil tic knew,
Th'TP win notliltiit iroK-r or right
Ami the fellow 11 1 In.t an 'rini it Krew,
'licit nothing Win toll hut lo Unlit.
Tlir "pitiful Im.Kkr Miistounilty Ihrutl.iil,
His roiliim ni-ic rimiilol .mil turn 1
Willi ilrouilii lull iin-1 roiiilinll ln-lnil
llliu-p-Tt wan my rmlorn.
IIIK fiM iuin, win, -icti-it In n lfnlifriifi-,
Ami lint frmn 111 1II1 1- or Mitu,
Now left him, niiiKiln I1I1 c'liiiinnn irn.-
W'oiiMrntio- I1I111 to Lii ji out or night.
Hut fcjii'p Is lie pono, 1 Ti- Hu- vftiiiiilliil Tool,
Willi lil oiii'i')i- nml til, IiIikhIjt imfc,
Hy llii-ulit ol' 11 i-nrt unit tullkiiij; Mnnl,
(.'run Is tii on tlm ti nre nml i-rowa.
A mill who 1111 roihI 111 hi (Vllnuii ran no.
Hut hi. ri'tifuru on nit In !? l-nrln,
ffonulliiM-i lit. ili"irla will Hctitu, (tin' iniiylw
Ills vmilly Mill Lv i. I1I111 riiiwhix.
.Iitiiintr.v Tern), A. II. IHTrt.
Ollleers D. J. Ilaker. Judge.
It. S. Yociini, Circuit Clerk,
Alex. II. Irvln, Sherllf.
htsiiav, i:i.i:vi:xrii iav cuimivai..
Tho evidence In the case of the Peo
ple vs. Ilu'ivl! was llulshcd yesterday
morning. The argument ofthe counsel
for the People followed thu termination
ol tho testimony. Thu State's attorney
opened the rau by a short speech. Fol
lowing in his footsteps. fudge J. 11. .Mill
key tuadu a very able appeal on behalf ol
tlm rtclctidant. Mr. Samuel' P. Wheeler
followed Judge Mulkcy for the defend
ant. Court adjourned until this morn
ing, when D T. Llnegar will con
clude the argument of thu case.
There are on the criminal docket thir
teen cases yet to be disposed of; tlitce
of which are for murder.
A trial docket was made up yesterday
ol thu cases III which I,tio. had been
Joined. There are fifty-five caees on the
docket ready for trial as fcoon as the
criminal business. N terminated. But
from thu prospect at prc-eut, it seems
that I lie civil docket will ilot be reached
before the Dtol February.
W.mi Dzi-AiiruLNT, Ittvt.it lEKi-imr,
Jun Is .tl'.
I IT. IN. IT. I IV.
Culm Is7 T ,Xi "ii
l'iltf lull K 0 11 11
Cinclniiuli 'J. 1 1 a
UllllnilU- !l I X ft
NnnlillUc y. H M; '1
St. Luliil 8 11 7
Mi'in.til It 1 11
vieui.mm as 1 11 11
New Orli-.io. A " X t
P.-IHi.uit, Sljtnal ti-rvlrp. 1J.IS. A.
Steamer Florence Lee, Paducah.
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
' Louisville, Cincinnati.
" Olcucoc, St. Louis.
.Ip.incs Gllmore, tow, St. Louis.
Slcamcr I'iorcnce Lec, Paducah.
" St. Joseph, St. Louis.
Louisville, New Orleans.
" Oleneoe, New Orleans.
" James Gllmore, tow, St. Louis.
iiivr.it. wi:uiij:n am iit'stxnsi.
Thu Ohio river rose 2 feet I Indict
ycstculay, and there Is 22 feet :i Inches
on the gauge.
Weather warm and pleaant, but
cooler this evening. The heaviest rain
that has been seen heru for years fell on
llu-luess veiy quiet.
Tho JltwHhan of ye-terday MVS
"Win. Hamilton of Mound City, boat
builder, Is lu city, visited 'changu mid
will remain several days to regain Ids
wonted strength and vigor. Ho had thu
severest attack of sickness of his lllu last
tall, and lias becemu contemplative."
-Thu Itermuda, Irom Nashville, will
Thu Charles Morgan arrived nt New
Oilcans on Monday.
The llclle t Shrovcport and Future
City arrived at New Oi leans on Monday.
Hates from St. I.oirts lo New Orloaii3
were advanced 011 Monday to cents
per barrel for Hour, and 17J cents per 100
-The E. II. Durfce.ls loading at St.
Louis for Pittsburg.
Thu Julia Is due fiom Vicksbitrg.
The Colorado has overlaid nt St.
Louis until to-day, when thu will leavu
-Thu City of Alton, Captain Horace
Ulxby, Mason and Shcble. clerks, left St.
Louis for New Orleans yesterday.
-The Julia Ihu .'m0 bales of cotton to
put oil' here lor the Hast, when she
-Tho John. A. Seiiddi r hit .New Or
leans on Friday lor St. Louis with !50
hogsheads and 8.V) boxes 01 sugar, 1.7)
barrels mola5es, -100 packages sundries
and 20 putcngcrs.
The Vlcksburg llnuU of a recent
date, says most of the cotton hhlpped
from that market to Liverpool, this rea
son, has gone by tho way of Cairo 011 Hie
Anchor line packets.
The Htpublican of yesterday says:
"Emerson eatnu iqi from the A. J. Baker
to get J.iukscruws, Ac., and will scud
them down on thu I. mot. i he boat is
100 feet from thu watur, and u tedious
launch Is neees-iiry to get her oil" thu
bank. Captain Poe is hiring laborers to
dig. He tupeiintemU the Job hlmelf,'
and wo hope ho will have icr In the
water Ihlt week. Einer.so'ii assists him."
The J. D. Parker from Cincinnati, Is
coining wllh a light trip.
Thu big coal licet from Pittsburg, U
due nt Louisville.
Atiothciibl: rlelu the thiol, looked
Thu Mary Houston n i i iv,.,i nil the
Mock at Louisville It is io.lblefor her to
Thu (ilcncoe with a Him trip got Into
port Irom St. Louis yesterday niiiriilng.
She added nbout Ikj tons am) went on to
-Thu St. Joseph froiu Memphis, ar
rled yesterday morning. .s. ,. ,,
line trip, nut oil l,V) bales of cotton ro'r
Ihu Hast nl the Cairo & Vlncennes rill
company's whaill.o.ir, and went 011 to SI.
"Fix everything fur a hell rn ,n.
yelled Captain Plillllp. ruui tin; .n.,.
yesterday morning, to an employ,.,!' j
the whurflioat, ''She's going p nt
rate of two feet an hour at Nashville, and
shu'll bu live feet here before nbdit."
Hiram Hill aller going u, Mound
City, lalslng'the cr.idlu that went into
the river there a few d iy.s ago, returned
with the Charley lilllje.tcrday morning.
Thu Cons Miller ( Ti tit-i ti 1 1.1 1 1
to-day for New Orleans.
Thu (lolden Itule, Captain O. P.
Shlnkle, Kit Cine'iiiiatl yesterday lor
Thi Louisville arilved yesterday
morning. Shu had a line trin'of fr,...,t
and pasteiigers, added considerable hue
and Icll lor. Nuw Orleans late bmt m-M
Ihu Arlington leaves Plltsluiri'
to-riay lor .ew Orleans.
-I he Mary Hoiiloii left Louisville
) for New Orleans on Monday. The local
Inspectors of that cltj tested her boilers
An excursion patty of ladies and gen
tlciiieu, from Louisville, are coining
down on thu Mary Houston, and go to
The John W. Carrel t nnrt tow
passed Louisville on her way to New
Mr. J. II. Bnike, editor of the Hel
ena, Arkansas, U'orhl, via lu thu city
yesterday. I fe has bought a w harfboat,
formerly used at New .Mail id, and uaine
hero lor tho purpose ot seeming Ihu ser
vices of a Mcanirr to tow his puruimtc to
The St. Jo.-cpli, Irom Memphis, put
oil' it do.cn cages of deer, foxes uud dogH
hero yesterday, which go to Chicago, via
thu Illinois Central rallio.ul.
The new hull ol the Hubert E. Lee,
now lu thecnurse ol construction at the
shipyard of James Howard & C lef-
I'ersDiiville, Is tald to be the mo-it beauti
ful and gracelul model ot steamboat
architecture ever built lu this country.
Shu will be a mile nu hour iatter than
lini- fiitimdt n!il rimtiii!nkn. '
her fatiiulm old iiainusakc,
I'he FlorrnemLee leaves forl'iiducah
ut ."(o'clock to-night.
The Belle. Memphis from Memphis,
wus due last evening, bill bad not made
her appearance at I) o'clock'lai-titlsht.
Die James (Jllmore and tow went
back to St. Louis yesterday..
I he Cuwiti-'Joumal i afraid Cairo will
become an Island, and that we shall be
wiis,liuil away, wherupoii the St. Louis
Timts advises us to dam the river and
nave Cairo. Wo will sny o our friends
tlmt Cairo Is not In the slightest danger
ot becnudiig nu Island, ncltliu1 will kIio
i ..-..ol.k.t kw.., unil ' .irtm.iiim ui
put a ctop to the abrasions of the fiver
theru will not be another grain of dirt
washed from Its banks. Sho has been (
well damned by every citizen.
STUART & GH0LS0N.
Owing to n contomplatcdchnngo
in our busiucas, on or about tho
first of March, woBhalloH'or from
;Wh duto our cntiro stoolc of dry
Roods, notions, unci uhocs at first
cost This is a rnro opportunity
for thoso who desiro buying frosh
find scnsonnbln nmwiii nt lower
prices than thoy htivo ovor boon
oirorcd for. Como oarly and avoid
tho rush. From this dato no goods
will bo sold exoopt for cash.
Frioiida will ploaso inuko a noto of
thin. STUART & GIIOLSON.
vv i. mi: it's ni.ocu.
Wo will Mil. herciilter. our srood.s at
the following price., and solicit tho pat
ronage of the public:
l'amlly brands, per can
.Slandatdi", per can
Select, per can
.Select, extra, per can...
Tub oysters, per 100
Chicago Tiout and Whlte...l 1 cts. per lb.
(iatne, ran I'Wi. ... Ill and 13 clu. per lb.
Of all di'.si'.riplloiiR eotustantly on hand,
consKllii''of wilil tiitkev. Minimi:! and
Family rnroi le.s very ulicap lor cash.
Made a spcally. Clve ns a trial.
, , ,vi:ai.s,
Cheaper than theeiieapOHt.
12-:i-ll'. W i. Wi.sini. .In., A Co.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale unit Ui'Ull Dcair In
Foroign untl Domestic
WIKi:S OF AM. lil-VON,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
jvrKMSIt0. SMYTH A CO. have coniUutly
IVI. u lnrgit stock vf tlic- Uwt gooJ 1" U") nuur
.,t, niul iduinpeclul atusutlolitulbo wholoil
i uiicli of Ihu liiulni'i.H.
JOHN H. MULKEY,
Atlorney at IiHW
OVTICKi At ruliliiice on Ninth Street.be.
;iwttu WiulduxtQU nveoue Mud WlUUtftW
FrilyA-Bliirilay Kvonlngi, Jn. 81ndS2.
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APER IN THE COUNTRY.
Unexcelled by any Weekly Literary
Publication, East or Wert.
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rv. rj- vwU t.;llry to ll- .0,,lurllv rtl,e
il imiitr,' llie Slur fiuiaktl flanni-r. nth
i-.ir. n lun;.' ptu-r III roliiimi iur. Illu-lni nl.
nun inn nun riuiiuliiK Unruvt, i1m, ihiviih.
nil, humor, nml llinv i-citimms ilerolnl t.i Itn
tosuo inri.rr," or tkw or Swlinllii,,
Oii.ii k. unit lliinilni. n n f,y mi,), '.
1 -s t II llil liuiil mum iirnrnll On. IIl..n.n
Ulll llV 10l.lfl lll-lfl-l.tnl dlll..,-rllu., L.Wtllt.'
lime; It Un "riiiillj frlni.t," uiul 11 completi-
i:1'!?1' " "' " irom iKlnx iwln-Uli-il
unit iclu- you moil iIi IIkMIiiI imillnnrorn
--mm,- jv.n. run iiii in Minarriue wimv.
F01ir.'..i!.,;f!'lu't 11 ihrora'M rev, i,
V, JJ'-t. I" urrryolip l ror llu-llanmr
lor IS.il 'lln-so un- worlli II i-.irh, mid lur
l-iiiitlcJ, nil niiiiintnl uiuly to liiuiK urrrnine.
Ilcnili-r. you Wunt llie llunnrr. vmi n.n.i m it
ll curls ry llltli", only 71 cents u att for pa-IH-r,
or tl f.ir li-ipcr nml t'o'ir Ixuuiirul lil t-Uro-inin,
111 ttni tin-imlili Srnt thm ninnlln ror
only locuntH. Thtitatoxck. SnJ fnr umnlu.
or bvttcr, U'rrnls ami mrlvr It 3 mo. AU
if3s, IIANNKIt CU lllnxlolt, N. II.
V.J4. UolUr title, ji llromntM it., II
.Miik4..HUii lrihtiiii nc liiinilrclii or lmi.. nn.l
IMi-kai'M ol vnliiiitile ir. .ii I ! iill over Hit II. M.
loi.tn-o vrnitli nr (olil .Irwrlry, Klnrs, I'lna,
SttM, Chalim. I lun in. , ,a., k , Sollit ttllyrr
una I'liilwl Wnif, Ciillrr'. liliusiraro, 1'miov
'""wi (-" iiriine.j nun uii iicxTiniiiiiia, t ine
id.fvvm-.Liiinrim, i i-nuiurrr, nmr tills.
Swim, Ac .Ac. ANnriM.UMlHinkiinrillklndi.
WORTH DOUBLE. VSSTtfZ
! f'li'.ii li anil ll ut llimc prices rvrry wlierr,
jet Via nrv w'iIIiik tsvi-ryililiiK t tho popiiliir
price of only osi: iml.Lili. l,7,l"JO ilcllKhteil
putrnuj ti-tlfy to the benctlts oriourRrrat Mir,
Hinl In our paper liiiiulirds of If Iter J umprlnttil
from oiirpitlronn In llu- p:ut IhnTyrHm. Itrml
ir, ynu ciin iiivv mmifv, you run iiuka lingo iu
tiir ns t'Jn tUvvilirre, If you ilful with ut. W
wnnt nufiiti cvi-ry where. We pnyUrKecom-
L -' j ""..Vrtvllcit" orBtelnir Urure vyln.
In,l for Mil nibil.uriie, etc., free, ml now.
AiMre, II. OltMlro.V .t CO. N. E. IIOU
lVKll,K, xt Mrooiiulel.l )St. . Bojton, Mas).
STRATTON & BIRD,
AQENT8 AJtEBIOAN FOWDES OO.
57 Ohio Ley
Ot. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 7B OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCIAIiiittuntlim Klwn tooonilKiimrnU o4
IlKkl. KiSTATK Atil'.NT.
John a. "harman"&"c6.
30NVEY&NCEU8, KOTABIEB FU1LI0
Land Airnnta of the Illtnola Ocntr&l and
Burlington and Quinoy B. S.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio IT,
PARKER & AXLEY,
Housg& Real Estate
M-.'w"'iiil iiltrnllnii kIvhii to Collection of
itniU urn) Suti'or uiul Kniiiti'.ca
BTOBB BOOK - Waabingtoa
Avonuo, botweon Ninth and Tenth
ti-H-tr. r i n
Tliu k'niit Ni tvi- Couiuror. chits KpllcptloHU,
a inviiUI'iii. Si;iiii, St. Villi lmic, mil H
N 'i tous IH.tuMwi tlm only known poiluramu
nlvl'ur Kiiti-iitlc,.t'iU. Itlnwbrru tfitisthy
tlm i'uii.1. uml luw nevf if brrn known to tell In a
Trial uackist tret. Kiitiln
ror oiruuirj Kiv.im uvumnca or on
AddtttU. D1L 8. A. 1UC
UU. B. A. mCHMOHD.'.iii'
10-16-iUy Bos Til, St. JOMfta,
end mtAnn ti nnUilrauU cuculir. ot emt f una.