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AsCAIN UtDUK, NO. 61.
Kiilghts ol I'ythU, wH every Yt
day nfitlil t lulf-liHl eevwi, in Odd-
fellows' Hall "owl,
Al.KXANDKIt I.OIM1K, NO. l.
MWIMtL Indei-endenl Order of Odd-Kel.
iWBt ltw. mwl every '1 llirrdny night
ffQfjf t hutf-punt evcn, In their boll nn
Viinmrrcllll nseiiue, winmi niui uriv r:,riiiH
tnli, ClIAS. liWU, N. t).
1AIKO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. K., meets
Lln Uild-i'rilows' Hull on the Ural and third
lm-ailii) In every mouth, ut hair-paid ven
,IHlli II OnrniAH. O. 1'
AUAIIiOLOItUK, N0.2f7,A.K. ftA M
I, ..lit huniluR KLmmmJoalliina In Ma
C3f mic llttTl. rurnrr Commercial avenue
' Vnd Rlghtli atrift, on the second end
iiiinii inmlfiv nl -irn rnnnin
For mlo A S12 W order on city of
Carbomklo. Enquire at LU't.u:n.vot!'tce.
MM.tf 11. A. Bt'KNETT.
Addition t IiFHlrm.
Wo have lour dozen Imitation Khony
jnrague Ciui-Oprnvr, tukfii for tulvor
'.ltd g, which we will (sell nt two ilollnr.'
Kr dozen, inquire nt Iliilletlti olllcc.
Vonl I Col I
J wish to Inform the cWIzvir of Cairo
tint I keep on Imiitl n luriro supply of
coal of different kinds, which I will fell
at follows, dt llvcrt;d In any part of thu
city: $2 Wto&l per ton. cnsli, and full
weight jfiiarnnttcil. .I.smki Uos.
Wo will pay no bills contracted hy any
employe of Tun Huu.irn.v, unless thu
name li made on a written order signed
by the president or eeretnry of the com
party, and we will acoupt no order jdvi'ii
by an employe of tho company, tor any
CAIRO liuu.r.HN COMPANY.
November 10. leTfi. tl
Xew Coal Ottiif.
F. M. Wanl ha opened a coal otilee on
mthlu of Eighth Mrcct.No.ai.between
Commercial and Washington avenue". In
Suty tin's shoe Hons. He will tell liar
rlsburj coal delivered lit any part of thn
city at $3 25 per slnxli! ton, or $3 per
ton u four-ton lot ; Mix .Muddy coal at
$4 per tingle ton. or $7 .7) for two ton-,
all delivered. Thru are rock bottom
prices, and mean cu-h mi'lca-li only.
Xullcu or Keinntnl
0. Korh lies removed his boot and
.slio shop from tho old stand to hlx
new brick building (onn block below).
No. 00 Commercial avenue, lietuten
Filth and Sixth otnxts, when: he will
keep the bfst no me made and St. I. mil
custom mauo boots and shoes, made of
the best material ; pood workmanship
and in the latet style. All orders
promptly attended to. 0-23-tl.
Wonil n ml S'onl.
On and alter thl duto the prices of
woihI and coal at my yard, adjoining the
Cairo and St. I.oul Narrow Gaue depot,
will lx- a follow :
Four foot wood per conl, $3 73 ; four
foot wood per hall cord. $2; four foot
wood, sawed, per cord. $4 W) ; four foot
wood, rawed and split, per cord. $5 ; 111);
Muddy coal per sIiijjIh toll, S-l ', same vr
two tons, $: 75; tame x:r four ton and
upward". S3 .V).
All ifoodi delivered.
1-7-liu iIas. IC. I.a.vk, PropV.
HtSQOi HA OK HAM,:
Tht Delta CUy Cornet Hand will given
Or mi J Maqiienidu Hall on February
15ih, 1870. at the New Turner Hall, cor
ner Tenth street and Washington avenue.
There will be two prizes awarded, a
gold headed cam; for the gentleman, and
a line musical album to the lady for the
best represented character In attendance,
the decision to be made by ilNiutere.-ted
New eoMuinei Irom .St. LouU will be
for rent at I'liiltiuiip's store.
Jfiy-Tickels for -ale at I'. O. Schnir
J. UorgerV, V.. & W. lluder's and Me
Gauley's drug store. l-'JJ-til.
A silver plated No. 0 WlUon fjhuttlo
Hewing Machine, hard (piano) UnMi,
valued at SS5. Will bo sold at $20 dis
count, ou good tcriiH, and ordered direct
from tlio factory.
Colored ami mounted Maps ol the
cltyol Cairo at $2 50 each (hall price.)
A No. 0 WiUon Shuttle Sowing Ma
chine valued at S75. Will bo sold at $15
discount, and ordered direct from the
A SOO llemington Sewing Machine
$30 ott for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoo manufacturer.
A oljie "E," "Liuugh, Warren &
Co.'s" Parlor Organ, right from thu fac
tory at Detroit. List price, $:100. Will
ho told fot $200.
1000 sheets of brlstol board just re
ceived at tho Ui'u.UTiN ollke, and tor
tale to tho trade.
lily fir Cairo,
colored and varnished, for tale at hull,
price ($2.50) at tho UuLMrns olllee.
JO.OOOuuto heads, 30.OU0 envelopes,
20,000 letter head?, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper Just
received and for talo at tho Hl'LLKti.n
For any of the above articles, apply a
ho BULLKTIV nlliee. K. A. Hun.NKTT
We will sell, hereatter, our goods at
the following prices, aud solicit the pat
ronage of tho public !
Family brands, per can 35 cents,
Standard, per can -15 cents.
Select, per can 50 rente.
Select, extra, per call 65 ceute.
Tub oysters, per 100 $1 00
Chicago Trout and Whltc...U cts. per lb.
Game, Fun Fish. ... 10 and 13 cis. per lb.
Of nil descriptions constant) v on hand,
eonM'ting or wild turkey, squirrels and
Family groceiie very cheap lor ch.
Made n spccaliy. Give u a trial.
Clwaper than thu chbatjest,
12lf. WW. Wimj., Jn., & Co,
RATKN Ol' AnVKRIIM.KU
E7AII hill for imI rertlsInK, arc dae and pay
able IN AtlVAKCK.
'lranalent udrerlMiig will be Inserted at lliu
rate of II (O r niuurr fur the Unit Inseitiuii
mid Surrnto foriiu:h ul,r(itcii t one. A I Dm nil
dlncount will be mdc on nUndltif? and dirjiluy
Vot InnertlnK fanenil notice l 'D, Notice of
miftlnif ofaoclellfo or orcrel unlrn VicenU fjr
Chuicli, Hoclttr, Kcntlval and Supper notlrei
Vf III only be inserted ai adtirtUeruiuli.
No Adrertlement will In- recrlviil l Imi tluin
W cents, nJ no advertisement will Inserted
f jr It-it ttmn three dollars permontb
Local Bualnesa Notice, of
ten line or more, maertna
In the Bulletin am followe:
Conimor.ce Oountlnir at ten Lines.
One Ineertlon per line n ContH.
Two Insertion porlino 7 CfUln.
Three Insertion per line .10 Cents.
Six Inset tions par Una 16 Cents.
Two weeks per line U5 Cents.
One montn per Una 30 O'Uts.
Mo Reduction will be mado In above
SATURDAY, FEHHUAKY 0.1870.
The Ladles' Library asocialloii will be
held at thu reldcuo of Mrs. Dr. Sinlih
tills afternoon. A lull attendance U ik
slred. LOCAL ICICLES.
Gr.tiM s.v Scitooi. Ham. Monday even
ing. February 7ih.
Hknkiit. Go to I lie ball Monday
night. It is fur the benefit of the G r-
Last Chanck. Umi't forget to cull at
the Ga company's office to-day and set
tle your gas bill. In ordr t iget the bene
fit of the reduction.
Foit Onc Dollah. By going to the
German school ball ou Mondiiy night.
yon will enjoy a few hours of real pl a
tire, beside aiding a worthy lii'tituiloii.
Go. Spend u few lionrs pleasantly and
promote the educational interest of
Cuiro. bv attendinir the German ehool
on Monday night. It only coets one dot
-Mr. Jainc Suinmerwell. who has
been down on the Obion, In Tcnnevee.
building slave boat", returned home yes
terday. We are under obligations to him
for a late Tcuuesee paper.
Dull. -Judges Hro's and Bird de
clare pol'cu business duller than they
ever knew It before. Times are loo laird,
and the "Imjvs" "go slow' because they
can't airbrd to pay lines.
HiiAL'Ttrt'L. The job printing that I-
done at the Hrn.KTlNolhcc.antl a i beap
aB the chea't cheaper. Will you try
uO If yon do. Just once, with u you
will remain forever aud n day alter.
Taken Hack. .Sam Mn'lck. the prin
cipal witness niralnst the Crab s. was
taken bai'k to Marlon bv Sheriff Norils
on Friday morning. It U not known yet
when Mustek's trial will take place.
lev:. Ice dealers are In high glee over
the late "cold snap." and now feel confi
dent then- will be an abundance of the
'hard stufl'" to supply the dennud next
summer, though prices may range higher
than In former years.
Taxf.s. Collector irvln give notice
to the tax-payers of the county that he
will be ready to receive taxes on andafler
the 21ith day of the present month, aud
appoints the time and places ho may be
found to receive taxes. See hU notice In
Fink Looking. The Pulaski Patriot
Is complimentary. Concerning the
twclvociitlcmeu In whose hands is the
fate of tho Grain, it retnaiks: "The
Jury Is a line looking set of men, fully
competent we should Judge to perforin
their duty In a satisfactory manner."
To Hi: Anour.i). Tho contested elec
tion ea-e. Marker vs. Kuykendall, (or ti e
o unity judgxhlp of Johnson county, will
be argued before Judge Haker in tbl.
clty one week Irom next Tuesday, This
is a case In which the people of Johnson
county take a deep Interest, and Ibe end
Is anxiously awaited. The case has been
pending lor over two yeatE.
Skatkiis. Tho leo under our window
was swarmed yesterday morning by
skaklng boys and girls. They enjoyed
themelves hugely. "I wili I were a
boy again. ' What splendid times ihnn
were when wo skatea and froze and
"raised the devil." a iho modern boy
says, from Irozeii morn to freezing eve!
Titr. Delta Uousk. The Delta hoite,
corner ol Fourth street aud Couiiuercial
avenue. Win. McIIale.ptoprl' tor.lr. oi e of
the institutions of the city, ami rccclvim:
a liberal patronage. Mellale knows bow
to run a hotel, and will spare no ellorts
to make tho guests of the Delta comfort
able and leel at homo.
Matwmonul.-Oii Thursday evening.
at the residence ol tho bride's mother In
this city. Mr. George. Rancey of Colum
bus, Kentucky, and Ml Hede Flem
mlng were united In rutrriage, Hector
Gilbert officiating. Mr. Ramsey Is an at
taehu of the MUMssippI Central railroad
Miss Flemmlnp has resided in Cairo for
several years. Mr. and Mrs. Hann-cy
havo the best Mm oi their many
Irieuds. No cards.
IIunnino Kkoui.au. Tho following
dispatch wan received at the Bulletin
ollico late last evening :
LurLK Hoc::. Ark., Feb. I.
F.ttiTonHui.LKTiNi-Tralnson the Men
phis and Little Kook railway are all run
nliig regular ou schedule lime, and we
have in tears of Interruption from lii'li
water, reports to the contrary nnthwiiJi.
Handing. John II. Rf.uhv.
General Pmiiger uuU Tlckul Ag't,
Little PAitrv. The llitle people oi
the city wilt Indulge In it Utile laney dress
parly at the St. I. harle.s Monday even
ing. February 1 1. 18.0. 'Iho committee
ol arrangement Is compost d of the lol-
' lowing : Mn-ter.i Will Kornnicyer. Al
lan Galigber, Will llallld.iy. Jim Hear-
'den. Will Wright, Sent I While and Ed.
Pink. The luvilallon eoiuiultteu Is
Mls'i s NelLji'Schutter. Ada Leler and
Frankle ib'.M'oiil. The Hour ininaL'ers
are old lull;. Hie uieilamcs Gallgher,
Schutter, lluwiiidiiud Pink.
Tin: Gi:iiman School. The German
school of this city l u branch of our
school syMctii lu which every citizen
should feel all interest, aud contribute as
best liecau toward It maintenance. Just
now the school I lu need ol Itiuds, and
hi order to raise the amount required the
managers have determined to give a ball,
and apply the procecdi for the benefit of
the school. This l a worthy object, nnil
the ball should he liberally patronized.
The ball will take place at Turner Hall,
on next Monday ntuht. and the price of
admlsrtou only one dollar. It Is hoped
there will be a large attendance.
CiiicuiT Court. The argument In the
Cralu case was opened yesterday morn
ing by State's Attorney Mulkey. who
spoke for over thne hours, occupying
the entire forenoon, Mr. W. W. Clem
en, for the delense folloued ill the nlter-
nonu. concluding at the adjournment of
conr at o:30. Judge Duff addressed (In
jury l,it night lu a uiateiiy effort ol 'ev-
era! hour' duration. Mr. Calvert will
Hinke the first sp ii this morning, and I
be followed iy Mr. Llnegar in the elo-lng '
speech lor argument lor the deletine.
lu'lge Allen will close the iilglltnelil tor
the people, but it U doublfil i liewhl
get to spi-ak before .Monday uiiirulng.
A.voiiiKit Muuiuut I'm ii.. The cas
of Willl.uii Ki eim fur I In murder of a
man mini' d Mi-iice.lu Willi, uu m county.
will come up for trial hi the Sillue
counly clrcu.t conn on next Monday.
Meiiee wa at chinch, and while I In com
munion i t vice wefe til ing peiforineil.
Kiellu w;illed Into the hou-e nd ilellb-
ernlily eliot Menee. "I'tn- pro-eeillloli
will le conducted liy Mates Attorney
Greg ol Saline, and Slates Attorney
Hurl well of t till llli-nll county, Iis-Uted
ly Judge Duff. Judge Allen of Carbon
d de iiinl Mr. W. ,V. Cli-un-ii- of Marion
for wilt appeur for I lie ilr. n;e.
'i'nn Touacco Salk. Oiving to the
unfavorable eomlillon ol the ueallnr
during the hist week, producer were un
able to get their toli.i. e i to market, and
con. tpielilly the silent the I'laiiterV
warehou-e ye-lerday wa not so large a
ll-ll.ll. Nine bog-liead were placed on
lint break', and -old al price ranging
Irom i'i 60 to $!0. Sale ucren follows:
I'wo ho-hrad nieiliiiiu hhiipilig leaf.
i'J $10: two hothead lug.. SI o0.
$4 i": two bog-be.nl low lent". $S (.i.
SS 10; two Img-head good lug,.) 60.
S' GO. and one iiog-liead tr.t-li. S3 -'0.
I'he rale next week will he uuusally
Ovkh Aoain. i liy J.iil' r John
Clancv. who I very muiii iuterottd In
Cairo and it pro-perliy, and ine the
mayor a-Id-own ,kiiiI i i n as Jona
than loved David propo-e to try llie
ineelilig of Thur-d.iy night over iiiraiu.
Jailer Clancy, Capt. Ward, Mr Living
ton, 111- Honor, and v-Viral olll. r elite)-
pil-lng elllzeu. will, at llie n qm-t nt
Searl-, me. t again and do a he illreel-.
Ol eoure. the next hieeliug Mr. Ward
and Jailer Clancy have will bu a
private one. When so many people are
informed of a meeting llie people do not
have an opportunity to express them-
To Washington. The meeting of the
Citizen-' .Wo'iaiioii. held some fine
ago. pa-ed a resolution reipit-tlng the
city council to end Mr. Oherly to Wash-
Inirum. Alderin.iu llalllday, of the
finance couimlllee. repotted to the la-t
meeting of the council that he bad been
Informed by Mr. O. lie would go to
Wa-hlugton anil do what he could In the
Interest ol the cilv. but licit he would
not accept even III ep"iie from the
citv. The oily council -hoii'd tlierefrre
end another peron the m-iynr. for In- j
!auee, Jallei John (. I.iuey says (hat
Mayor Wiutrr could aeconipll-h more
wondets tlian anybody else at Washing
ton; and while we do not agree with I hi
very entbu-la'tlc praise of our Irletid. Ills
Honor, we neverlheli'S Mi!"L'et that he
bo sent as the reprcscn'a'lve of the rutin
c'l to urge o'tr claims upon emigre-.
The people elected .Mr. Whiter. He Is
Ihelr inasor, mid wo agree with Jailer
Clancy. Mr. Llnegar and Mr. Ward lu
-.lying that thu mayor should not be Ig
nored. Kuitok Hui.i.kiin: In reply to your
remarks In to-day's paper. I de-he to say
that "our levie couiinlttee." bcleiug a
they did, thai the i-crvkc- of an i ngiin er
was no lomrer neo edlu coii-triicilng llie
new levee, lelt that they could dispense
with Mr. Ilelj's services with perlecl
lately, mid I hereby ave to iho city SI6
per month. The committee hasuoliaili
to find with Mr. Ilely, and only ill-con-tinned
Ids sen lees as u matter ol duty
and economy. Mr. H.iguell wa simply
retained as loreman, Irom hi thorough
knowledge of the lmluess and from hi
having been upon the work from It com
mencement, and having complete run of
all lliu uieii mill teams employed, I In
weather Is now so unsettled ihat wnikuig
daya are tcarcc. und thu naiiire ut the
ground Is such thai but lew learn- can be
worked to advantage. Now, uiider such
drcuuititiuic s.iiud Irom the lam that the
main body ol thu levee liiiowiibout com
pleted, our coinmltteu Wa uiiauimoiii in
ai riving at lliu coutiii-l.m they have, and
leel that when the mallei is pmicclly uu
dersiood that their itciuni will Iki lully
Justified and approved by all cillicus and
Mkudlr Llvix Committed.
Cairo, JlUFvb.4, XSIO.
Mork Arfi"AVt?3. Mejjri. Cnndt
and Senrls are hi search of more affida
vit. Tncy hare asked members ol the
council to swear that they have not been
bribed to vote In the Interest of the Nar
row Gauge road, ami we have not learned
that the members id whom this Insulting
reipicst was made knocked anybody
down. Swear that they were not bribed!
Of what value wo(wl the allldavlt of n
man who had lice" bribed lie? The ttletti-
ler w ho would ell out Would swv.ir that
be had not done so. To ak a member to
make such an oath I" u broad insult.
Pr.nsoxsL. State's Attorney Greg of
Saline county, and Circuit Clerk Oreg of
the same county, are In the city attend
ing circuit coutt. They came down ex
prely to hear the arguments ot counsel
hi the Cralu tin nier trial.
Maj. A. J. Kuykendall, of Johnson
county, was lu town yesterday.
Mr. Cauda and Mr. Searls, of the
Cairo and St. Louis road, nro still In the
Vlll Murphy, deputy revenue collec
tor of I lit district, was at tlio St. Charlei
O Greenlee, of Gooe Island, and
Jack Hodge of Unity, were Interested
lookers-on at circuit court yesterday.
John G. Bright, of Pittsburg, and
II. K. LIndey. Cincinnati, wero regis
tered at the St Charles yesterday.
Dr. Ferrell ol Craluvllle. nnd Mr.
Davis of Marlon, were still in the city
last night and will probibly remain to
hear the concluding arguments of coun
sel. Jame S. Applegnte. ft St. Loul'ln
iiranf agent. I in the city looking after
the Intere-ts of his companies. In which
the Grand Central hotel was luured.
Joe Hartwill, state's Htorncy for
Wllllatnou couutv. i still In the city,
and proposes to slay till the verdict ol
the Jury lu the Cmln trial Is announced.
Mr. Ilartwell I a good lawyer and an A
No. 1 good lellow; and deserves credil
for hi ellorts to h rn-t out and brhiL' to
u-tlee the perpetrator of tin; murder.
that have been committed In Williamson
Letti'.us. The following pernons can
obtain letter by calling tor them at the
(Jiuro post ofnVe:
Ladle Allalr. Lcttlg; Anderson. Mrs.
J.J : Aiklnon, Mrs. W. C, Anderson,
Moll!. ; Adam. Ilatile; Brown. Loul-a;
B.iber. AimieU ; Coleman. Mr. D.; Colt
m in. Loul-a ; Cow ill. Annie; Di Crou.O.;
Faril. Julia ; Goodman, Jane; Hopsou,
Lena; llyler. Katie; Junes, Mollle:
Kolcely. M.irl.i; Kiger. Fannie; Kapp.
Mary .; Mugnally,Slud.i; Moriis.Mar;
Sander. Cora ; St. John. Mary L.; Sto
well. Mary; Sharp. Ellen ; Shelby Geo.
Ann ; Smith, Virginia; Statler, Emma:
Tillman, Biildit-; Taylor, Jane.
Gentlemen Alexander, Mr.; Adams.
Geo. T. ; AIiiioii, John; Avery, Mat;
Uooih. E. K. ; Brown, F. W. ; Bell.
Harry; Brown. Jackson; Birr. W. ;
Ooleiiiau, A. A.; Carver, Eiuuictt ;
Carlton. Harry; Carr, T. B. ; Clotigh,
W.; Deer. Geo. W. ; Deillil, J. T. ; Da-vl-.
J. B. ; Finley. Jo.; F.irllu. Theo ;
Grvavc. Charles; Giltireatli. Jotin ; Jet
ters, Geo. C: Gla.i.lbrook. T. H.; Gil
bert, W. C. ; llobart. II. C; Hiiuier.
Stephen; Keiley, George; Kimball, J.
G.; Laiiduu. A.; Matlieiiey, Clem;
Moorman. C. P. ; McKeruoii, Jus. ; Mau
ley. John; Uakley. U.ivld ; Phelps, C.
A. ; Price. Hiram ; Parrott, Levi ; Parker,
1 ho.-. ; Pout, Warren ; Tedourn, Win. ;
Siuee.ld.uk, B.; Sunburn, It. S. ; Steele,
A. 11.; Seigler, John; Stevens, J. II. ;
Siuuli, Martin B. ; Scoit, O-ker; Sim
mons. P. 11.; Smith, T. J.; Trailer,
Henry; Tin ller, John S. ; Wood, E. ;
Wilson. E. J. ; Wallace, J. B. : Wallace,
Pnil. It. ; Wind. S. U,; Watson, Win. W.
IVr-ons calling for the above named
letters plca-e say adtcriUe.
GEO. W. M'KEAIG. 1VM.
Maiiuicu Sixty Vkaiis. Mr. aud Mrs.
Ola d E lsou of Villa Hidge. celebrated
the sixtieth anniversary of their marriage,
ou Thursday last, Febiu.iry lid. Friend
ol' the veiierab e couple to the u umber ol
thirty were pre-eut, and the occasion wa
one never to be forgotten by them. Dur
ing tho evening Mr. II. C. Hummer read
the following :
IusCi11m.I lo Judge lid-ion nud wltv, of Villa
itidr, bv W'm 11. C Ibi-iuiT.
Ahl few litTe lived aim in und wife
u Iuiik an tu .ruu.i'it uii.iiutivd;
AikIsUi) )e.uul utiiilvl llie
lu 111. a tjuuo 1'iur ll.Uf Lxu ul lut le t.
Iiii in llie laml shuiild lietlieilu)
HI lireleuud b'roum uboeiill ralee,
What chnnpes have on earth btn wrotiglit?
W li.i utri-Muik Ui llie rutis i it-ii b.uuV
UioC.miiiM iiMile, una bi lies loimlil.
an.ev soiftiiu ii uriiukeliuilr tin in one.
'I liulisli million lime mnl uiilllle's jlut,
'lliU ucai-uld Miruii;lmt'i'nuKit.
1 his anniversary ehn uld be
i ty iiUinla uu i iiriKiiOoia honored vrvlt)
Aim by tie tx-ii'ii iitouririly
A-in iiiciii bu iuiiiC lliu mirrliige bell;
Tiiriiie) luii; ".ilKei ine way of rlrfht,
Luckci una lu unit, lu Kluuui uad lltbt.
Ilrlng HawerstDtliieuinund their bronc.
Ana iiiuoioiitKif' ua Hi. Ill beiluV
Min- li.ey le tw U'lrolhal uo
M.me siai) iiilieil)eiiioat; I
ula u'uiu bruiiitht uhlle tucks, but ellll
'llieii lieuil. Willi love IIUlllulUl till HI.
Dellwoml, Jan. iliet. lt7U.
AilliDcoiiclu-iouoi ihu forgoing, Mr.
Ho-nier read iho I'ollowhig :
Trilai eorieaiHCI for ray eatuimd fried, Mr,
an i .Urn. Obid tit-mii mi til" sixlirtli uuul-
iricuij ul' Uieir MrildliigdAy, TeoiUiry d,
I s . ., ilia i.iu.s ill
We meet to-day. tny friends, to unveil
the pat and roll '"'ck I lie wheelol time,
and louk upon utir venerable hosts as
i hey started ou thu Journey ot Hie to
geiher three scuru vears ago, and when
wo see them us now they are, full of
health us of win, stinoiinded hy stal
wart sons mid liilr daughters, uraitdehil.
dreii and great grandchildren, (with hut
a tew links hrnki'ii and gone.) This must
need la a happy gathering ; they havu
climbed life's path together and are
gently glldliu down,
This I truly an eventful year, as our
National Centennial, It will not bo more
so Hi in this, to all wh shall p trtako ou
hi rar.i occasion, ot celebrating the
pearly wedding of our esteemed and
worthy fii' inls.
Marriages ore celebrated hi various
wayu as years roll by, after thejoliilug
of two faithful hearU togethtr-cclebrotrd
with wooden, tin, silver, gold and
pearl. This lost, wo meet this day,
to celebrate, and to congratulate
our good mail and wife, on the three
score anniversary of their wedding day.
which, like our country's centennial, no
ono now present will probably ever sur
Vive to witness the like again. I hear tho
mart-song or (ho twain :
'JheRlosraln' itlrnii' pittatue tlfe
la iVliitf Kvntly o'er IH
A ml lien: we sit until m.iu unit wife,
Mur ilivwl llie night In lure uu.
Tor w tnaan lift to hiMcn hirh,
A IlKhUome home Hiel cliturle,
Nor frnr to Ujr u ilown mul ilic,
Auil tvuke nlKjye, ray ilmrle.
Thr ImnJ In mine my cheek to thine,
Our rultliful herts ItuKlllier
Welcome bcilnilti to Ukr!lienr
Ulu b will tak' tbeltlier.
Our friend no doubt, ha; long since
realized he hadibund ono of the pearls
of great price, .and lu unison with .the
poet, has no doubt often thought
With thcloTtdone whose feelings Inntlnctlnly
That goodness of heart, makes beauty of feature.
How glad through tula valolu 1 lloat down life's
Kojuylag Ood'a beauty, aud ble.lr.f the gUer.
Or In his day-dream, sings :
Ight Is my heart tlnct thedav we were nllithted.
Ilrd U tn thk, that they told me waabllghinli
ii giru ui iue orei looia ur Rreeuer inao
And the llantts are singing. "True lovers don't
'Iran msrrlagt, yemaennnot weaken,
UI.Uucc ciuuol aunder.
It Is a love which vanquishes the grave
and transforms death Into life.
Happy arc they, who, like pure plate,
grow smooth with age ; It shows they
have buffeted with the world for good
purpose.and will leave behind them mon
uments more enduring than of stone or
Time leavcA its silent foot-prints on us
all; wintry wluds rave 'round life's
Then cone Mm jalld weather, come elector come
We u ill aland b each other, howerer It blow.
ui.jircoj.oa auil alckuro aud ur ow and iiain
suaii be lu all tiut lute, a link to the cbalu.
1 ids has doubtless ever ticeu the motto
ot our venerable friends.
May God continue to bless you, and
may the pearly clouds about your revered
and honored heads grow still brighter us
your last sunset draweth nigh.
C. II. II.
At the conclusion of the reading ot tin-
above. Rev. Mr. Wells of Mound Clty.on
behalf of the young people present, pre
sented Judge Edsou and his wife with a
Iwautltul and costly Bible.
"uriug the evening a number of old
lime sot igi "Old Grimes." "Old Hun
dred," etc., were sung by the company.
Helreslunents were served at 11 o'clock
after which the company dispersed.
Steamer J. W. Mills. Padiicah.
" Grand Tower. St. Louis.
" John L. Rhode., Pitt-burg.
" City ol Alton, New Orleans.
" Belle St. Loui, Vlcksburg.
" Julia, St. Louis.
" Liberty No. I and tow, St. Louis
John F Tulle, Si. Lulils.
" T. T. Hlllmau, Na-bvlllo.
Steamer J. W. Mill. Paducah.
" (iratnl Tower, Memphis.
" Jolm L. Ithodee, Si. Louis.
" Belle SI. Louis, St. Louis.
ItlVKU, WEAT1IKII A.V BUSlNr.SS.
The river declined two tin lies.
'The weather was clear and cold.
The Liberty No. 4 Is lylu, nt the wharl
patching ihi nutlets.
1 lie Uelle Ol Jleinpliis Is UIIC trom St.
Louis lor Memphis to-day.
1 he Uelle oi Mireveport, irom St.
Louis for New Orleans. I- due to-day.
1 he John F. Tolle ariivi d trom fet. Lotus
with a irood trio. Shu Is making larjre
inidiiious here, and will uot get away
until mis morning.
The.), w. Mills iravcsior nuiucah at
0 o'clock this evening.
I ne .(una. uaptain niaKe, arrivcu laic
Tlmrsdav night tioui St. Louis with a
good triii. she went on in Vieksburg
without aiming aiiyiiimg here
The Belie ol ax. i.ouis, irom Icks-
burg, arrived late 'Thursday night. She
had Gill bales cotton winch she put off
here and went on to St. Louis.
Ti.eJohu L. It bode, trom I'lttsbiirg.
nasi-ed dosvn at 8 o'clock. Thursday
night. She put off about 20 tons and
went an lo m. i.ouis.
i'he Grand 'Tower. Irom St. Louis for
Memnlii. arrived al 7 o'clock Thursday
night. Shu added 20 tons.
The urtnd lower ioiik as passengers
Irion thli el IV mi Thursday lillllt. Ml'.
George Hatn-ey and Miss Hello Flem-,
iiiing, hoih well Known to our people
who en Soulh ou ihelr wedding tour.
'The collide were married at the home of
the bride. 1 hursdav evening.
The Belle of St. Louis ou Iter way up
Thursday night, pased the Cltyol Alton
Ivhig in the woods about nine miles neiow
ibis city. She had run through herself
and was unable to proceed. Tho Hello
look Her lu tow anil nrniignt ner to me
wharf, where sho svlll lay up for repairs.
Wood mill foul.
I If wood by tho cord, $3 75; I ft
wood by the half cord, 52 00; 4 ft saw ed,
per cord. $i DO; 4 It wood sawed and
-pill per cord, $5 00. Coal, per single
son. $4 00; coal, two tons, $J 75; coal,
I or more tons, SU 60.
1-U-lin. C. W. Witr.KLi'.it & Co.
Always on hand at tho Butcher's and
Drover's Exchange on Eighth street,
Planer's Cincinnati and Ph. Best's Mil
waukeu Heer. Grand lunch every morn
ing and evening at 0:30 o'clock, dune
one ! Come all ! Louis Blattau.
After lliu rirc.
J. George. Sieiuhotisu may bo found
since the tire at his new shop, on Eighth
street III Iho Alexander County Hank
building, wheio hu will welcome all Ids
customers, and serve them In as artistic a
manner aa ever before, with smooth
-haves, fashionable hulr cutting ami
Lessons given lu Penmanship, Hue
Penmanship, Steamboat Uook-kecplng,
Card writing, Posting up accounts,
Copying, etc., ut tho rooms ot C, J,
llowe.Nos.15 mul 1(1, Whiter' Block,
comer Seventh street nnd Commercial
avenue. Ladies class every afternoon
from to 6 o'clock, and Saturday! from
I a to 4 o'clock, 1-W.ltn.
HEAL ESTATE AOCftT.
JOHN a. HARMAH i CO.
J0HTXT1RCTW, tTOTAXIXI tVVLK
tuna AeenU of the. ntlitoU CantraU and
wiuiwhih U1U VU1DOJ A. K.
rtortk Cor. Sixth aad Okio Ltrmu,
PARKER & AXLEY,
nwuuvi ut'two' ii ii mm ana renin
Street, Cairo, Illinois.
rhe Pooplo'a Bomody.
Tho Univorsal Pain Ext actor.
Not: Aak for FoaA'a Estv.t.
Taka no outer.
"llinr: for I will turmk ot t.cllent thlms.'
IisJnrUa to Man nrHraita,
Htrnloa, dpralos, Contu-
t'rnclurea, i.ula, Inra
terl or Inoltail Woumlt.
Bleeding Lung, or
Sonv lileetl.anil Ulml-
Idk Uums ur Tvctb.
VomUliiKor Blou.l and
Pll- - ltlmllDK fllca,
llllml I'IIm, (ItilulllMe.)
ralgta, SwtlUxt i'acc.
tic swelling or Sonnet .
Slliriieav or rtorrncii,
Lumbago, ljuae Hack.
Store Tlirmil orUuiusy,
lore or Inflamed Eyen or
Mure Nlnplea, InOamtO
Pnlnful or too Froluse
ntlk Lear, Uvarlan Ola-
m and Tumnra
UraTel and straiijrury.
t'DHHiic and E scoria
Iiona of Infants, or
Vnrlroae Vein. Kn
larffrd nrlnflamnl Vrlni.
Vlrrrn. Old Horn, Inter
Rolla, Carbuneka, Tu
mors. Hot BwrlUnza.
1'ori.ii and Uunlont, thai-
ul or Sora r w-i .
l'elon or Wbltlow, Fioat-
.SfoUlt Bllra. Inaect
vii i.iuim or rana.
SltngK, thapiiml llanls.
HOSII'H KXTKACT Ik tornaleby.il Flrat.
hi iriiKiaii., anu rvcommeiiaen uy
nil urupxiBU, rnyaiciani, una every
bnily who linw ever uwd It.
faraphlet contalnlni HUtorv and Cart mall
1 tree on application , If not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York nutl London.
I'liqiirNtlnnntily, (lie beat analnlne
WHrk of the kind la Ibe World'
NOTICKS OK TtlR rKRSd.
The ever IncreastDK circulation ot this
excellent montblr proven lu continued
adaption to popular dehlrra and need In
dued, when wa think into ho vr many boine
it penetrates esciy month, we must con
Idcr it un one of tho educator as well ai
entnrtainera of the public mind, for Its viwt
popiitiiritT haa been won by no appeal to
atupld rejudlcea or depraved tastes. bos
The cbai actor which this Mapaztne poa
and literary culture Hint hu. kept pace with,
il it lia not led tho times, should cause tlx
snnductora to rega d it with lutldalilo com
nlacei cy. It i-lso entitles them to a great
claim upon the public gratitude. The
Ma.Mr.lna hss dotie (rood and not evil all
the daya ol Its life. Iliooklyu Kaglr.
Pottage froe to biitiscrlbcrs lu the United
Harper's Mairazlni, ono year .. H 00
ii uo Includes nrepaymeiit of U. H. post-
4c.n tiv thp nnhlUhfiiH.
tJub-cnpUonn to dHrpcr MaBafine,
Weekly, or Bazar, to nne address for one
rear, ill) DO; or two or Harper's periodi
ca , to ono addrcaa for ono year, 7 00;
An 'Xtra cnpy ot either the Magicine,
Weekly 'T Uazar will bo supplied gratia fur
eV' ry club of five subscriber at W Mi each,
In one remltt im-c; nr six copies Iit i'-DOO,
without extra copy; postige (roe.
Hack numbers cau be supplied at any
A 'coropl't et of Harpet's Magazine,
now comprising 40 volumes, in tn-at rlotli
iiindtng. will bo sent by express freight a
tho expen o of purchsi-er, for ?2 2ft n t
volume. Slnglo volumes, by mull, vo paid,
W 00. Clotn eases, for binding, r3 ccnta,
tiy nil. postpaid.
t3T Newspaper are not to copy this ad
v riisement without the oxpresa ordtrs ot
tl inter ft Brnthera.
iismi.vw Hunr-1'ir.na s
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WbelMale and lictnil Dcalsrs la
roreign and Domestic
WINKS OF ALL KINDI9,
Nt. 00 Ohio Lsv,
MBBSRr. eatTTH go. aava aeaaiaauf
a larn stook of to bait Rooil luasaf
ket, aad(H? social arttat oatolM WnaiiU
(VaH 0 u mw
No M Ohto Utw,
K. .J. Attcs, s.. D. Ayr.,
YRES Sc CO.
BOX and BASKET OO
-Dealer In J
All VlniU hard and aoft.)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Ac.
Kill m Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
0t Katkaaa Vml't,
N'aentnl1"11 ri",cl"8 Companlea rpiJ
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Natloaal Bask BuUdlaf, np-iulxi.
Tba OldMt KatabUtbad Acssaar la South
ara Ulls ola, rapraMaUn ovist
165 OOO OOO
THE onlv place where a sure cure can be re
lied upon Little la miuirtd In the way ol'
adrrrlUIng, as the reputation of the Institution
li (Tell known throughout the West. Call and
liv conrinced that thia la tbe lurxnt and .nost
complete inallmilon of llii' kind In America for
llie uvallil trrutmvut of all Chrome ejiual.
Private and Vent-real Hieeaiwa of both acxea, luch
a Hjubllls, Uonorrhiva, Uleet. stricture, Kup
lure,rtcM! Vtn, OrchllU, Bubo. Ac. All
urinary and aypbllltlc ornercurlal affrctions ol
the throat, skiu or bones are treated with un
paralleled uc.'is. Uonorrhcra cured lu from
three to are dar. Syphilis cured in from nro
In teu days , Orcr 17 ,U7U oaaea cured , K.minal
Weiiknrrs, Hpermatorrhoia, Night Loa8es,hex
ual Debility and Imjiottncy, Lous of Hcxual
I'oner, a.t the resultofaell-abiiiielu youth, nex
ual rxctsmt in maturrr yearn, and all impedi
menta to marriage, permanently cured without
mercurr or any other mlueral poison. I'atienti
at a distance treated by letter. Medicine, sent
everywhere. Younfrnien wUo have become the
victimes nfaolltary vice that dreadful anil de
atrucllre hub It which annually aweepa to an un
tlmelr Rrare thnuiands of younK men or the
moat exalted tuleuu and brilliant Intellect, who
mitrht otherwlM! have entranced llatmlnic Senate
with the Ihundera of elwiuenre. or waked to
rcatacy the ltvlnir lyre may call with full contl
ilenre. What a pity that a young man, the nope
of nlii country, the darling nfhla )mrenta,tUould
lie .Hatched Irom all proapecl. and enjoy
ineuta of life by the conaenuencea ofd.vlaung
from the path of nature and Indulging In cer
tain arcret habit. Much jier.on. must, before
contemplating marriage, reflect that a sound
mind and body am tho most neceawry requisites
to promote connubial uapplnci, indeed without
thenc the Journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage, the pro.pcct hourly darkens to the
view, the mind becomes shadowed with decpalr
and tilled with melancholly reflection that the
happiness of auotur is blighted with our own.
To all en lug youug men we would Buy, do not
keen thl' aeeroet to vouraelfand Your God until
It has supped the vitals and left you a wreck of
humanity, u curoe to youraelt and a burden to
society. If you are vntaiigleil iu the snare of
wlf pollutlnu, or any private dlwaae. flee from
Its dl.tructlon, and aniily at St JoMpk Medical
institute lor tiiuiiueof, und become once mors a
C9Cures guuranlred or money refunded.
rr-t II female dlnlcultlea and impediments to
Marriage fruited with eafety and succe.a
CfA great nuil leal bookand secret for ladles
andgciil. Sent free for two stamps.
Addrms Nt. Joseph Medical Institute. Franela
Mtreet, betwenn Second and Third, St. Jaseph,
Dealer in Fresh Meatf
Botwean Waahlnrtor and OaSMtlal
ATanaaa, a41aliUBaT luirii
jjEPS fur sals tba beat Beef, Park. MaHaa
Veal. wu011-uaa, aw., umi im n
i larollla ii -i ..f,S.n1 fwaiTMSI
aswra Tan Wty
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