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illlO BUSINESS HOUSES.
f,l D ltlj Juinu on'ltt appropriate, lidding
thurau-ol Ci.W Mr taonUior U Pt Vi
7""" 1Mimr Mew
VMiCCt J '
llwrdwara, ! Bsid Tin War.
A. IIALLfly.-llfinSUvM,TlDand Hard-
an, Oaideiiand limm' Implement, Vflr
.oda, aWrUctrstsra, I'asnp and I -add,
l Onmava-iial Avcuu. Uuttering, (Oil Jut
Wort Com on thwtnptio. -
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I.B.MeOAUBY-lWnUriahardand soft lam
toorina, oellinx, aiding and eurfcowl
lumber, luili and blugl-e. OdtM aul yard
v,raf Twentieth strut aod Waalilu tun a -emit-
I i , . aBawar. ;.j
i). JIAHTMAH Dealer la Queer.ware, Toys,
I aid pi tad nil kiadi of Jkncy aitial". Coiwuer-
al avenue, coroer Ui stmt.
, f, , PbatsHfraplsy.
WlU.f A WIN'TEH-Slxth street betweea
otmnemUlaynue and Washington vrvut.
llk)USJ BJtel MwlkMl Tailoring;.
Oil N ATHIM -Merchant Tirllo" aod dctlrl
i a Knay alad Clotaif . ' ' .
v ; $
M. .1. HOWl.F.Y-lteal Estat Agent. Boyt
ad Mil ml hum, eolloel rent. pyt toys
bar aoB-rratdeois.etc. Coiomeruial avenue, be
tween N Inth and Tenth trt
U INKLE A TniSTLKWOOD '
Cotton- and Tobacco factor aod pro
prietor of 111 t'errMr' Tobacco Wareuou.
lit A 17 CoBmimeretal A lnu
I) Uvonal Forwarding and Commission
uitrebaat, for th uli of rami, Harden, Or
chard and Dairy I'rodno. to Obio Lve. ,
tort1 rorwardinn and Commtiiion
merrhanta, u4 design i- iT uiat f (. rulr and
Prodaea, StOhlo laive. Consignment solic
H.U4.I1. U .11 '.TH
J a it received, 300 barrel? choice applet
at W Ohio Leve. H.Lti6UToy. .
lb Tidal Wave-It Uaa ftlrtiek Cair
j nit Received 6V)0 of the celebrated
Tidal Vve, 5 ftnt cigar. Try them.
Trade supplied. Pbtth 4 Bibi. ,
Onu two-horse wagon in good ton
tlltlOD. and one span horses and harness.
The horses are sound, aod In good cm:
dltion, nod the barnesi almost new. For
term apply at Henry rrohua, corner oi
Fourteenth at. and IVatldngton avenue,
Mrs. LettU Coleman hu reopened her
Huntlry on Fourth street, between wah
lutoa aod Commercial avenue, and Ukei
iblt ineihod oi InfonuiBg her oil JriccJn
and patroui that h it aiain at Uieir ter
Ke, and rallclu thsir pa'rome. Sbek
redtired prlct to tult the time?.
The loilowlnjr described property fur
jle at bargain If applied (or soon, viz
I)U 7 and 8, block SO, with resldeucu
tad Improvements, corner Ninth street
and Washington avenue; 3 bouse owl
iota oo north tide ot Twelfth sired, cor
ner Poplar, fottsgn jmd lot on Walnut.
frtiS:ArJ , M. J. HowiBY,
Kesl KAtate Ayent.
' . ; llNltDtril.
4,T!i I'eerleta" It beyond all qtiestton
'ha best flye'eent clcr oftered for sale in
tola market. . Xr. Fred Telcbionn U the:
olo msnutactiirer of thl eelebraioi
nVand ordgara, and oflcrei a reward ol
TBt hundred dollau to any person who
wlQ flnd arty In them but the pure Ha
Una filler with Cohuectleut wrapper and
Mndcr.'TlM Peerleu has become a great
Avorlte with Cairo Rmqkers, and the
iteaandfor lbm Is-constantly on the
Intreaso. Tho tntdo supplied on the
aVost reasonable terini. For sale by
Fred Teichtnan, Commersial avcuue,
oear Sixth street. Jy3-2m.
tf.(,j Hatne Atraln.
Ed. Braxton hu returned to bis old
tand In 'the RcWer building, where he is
tetter prepared than ever to accommo
date bia patrons and the public who
may favor bira with a call. He bat gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
2ouple of nice! j furnished rooms, which
tie has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. He cra:
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
tended ttfin style and will rpwlve
- Word r WnrnlDt; I
, During the present year, as in the past,
lie grave will close over thousands, aim
ply . because . they neglect the means
woloh would restoro them to health.
Meet the fell destroyer at the threshold,
and dlipute bis invasion by that more
than .wonderful medicine, Dr. Morris'
lyrup of Tar, Wild Cborry and Hore
bound. There Is no cough or cold, case
nt asthma, bronchitis, blood-spitting,
weak, lungs, croup or whooping cough
Vfblcti wilt not yield more readily to this
great botanical remedy than any other
medicine, .if youwonld avoid disap
polntracoi, and be speedily cured, ask
your druggist tor Vn Morris' Syrup of
far, Wild Cherry and Horebound. Tr'aJ
size, lu cents. ,Beular sizes, 60 cents
and one dollar. ' " -
SOLD BY BAECLAV BltOS.
Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup
is perlectly safe. Extremely palntabie.
So pbysla 'required. Costs 2S cents
Trylr, ; llra
BlsktMeur lha Old Hinnd.
. Having withdrawn from the danulfirm
of Canine Wattlovlglwlll still continue
the praettool dantlttry aaXo. 180 Commor
cltl av. heMrwn 8lh and Pth streetp, over
floWatme-A Beaenwater's store third
door torth of Eight street. I will be plea.
d to see mil say old frteDdt and pationt,
and sttrtd punetually to their wants in
'She way of dtlttry.i .verysaa'pf.
lr V'ZZXV.Vutitick, tf. d. 8.
jn 181 (Wsvedoort north of iih sf
rUMdraaei7 .tor Plaiwr'a.Uatoria
( Is as pleasant to take as honey., Jt
oeflttinsnb morpnins ":or other deleter
lova Ingredient; ndj ran toexpc
wortnti cure irlnd oolHV ulat: the
towels and itmntehfitrtd overcome Irrl
tatkmt oauMd kx.nett w onttiog Ifetb,
ItoOm m tnatv aod children.-enroy,
titf&sM' use CAiv-tirU
WEDNESDAY, January 23, 1878.
Local BxcviTiKflf-Tbe Jackson
county bond easels set lor bearing on
Monday next, 25th instant.
Harry Walker acts a freeovsKr lunch
every evening, "Don't you forgot it."
3crrlces"at the 1'resbytcrlun church
every night during the week.
Shell oysters Just received at the
(Jry-ilul saloon. IIakht Wai.keh.
The protracted meeting nt t lit M:th-
odlst church is istill going ou, and row
log In interest,
juH received at the
Attend the noondHy prayer meetings
now being held in theliHllot the Arab
Oyster soup lunch at Hurry W alkr's
Crystal ' saloon every evening at 0
o'clock. ' 1.1. tf
Sheriff' Jim Carter,, of Johnson
county, w as In the city on Monday nigut,
and returned h me on Tuesday inoriilng.
For Uutter.Eggs, Apples, etc., call at
No. 04 Ohio levee.
U. - 11. Lbioutom.
The 8t. Charles hotel, notwithstand
ing the hard times, Is dally crowded with
guests, and mine host Egnuw 13 happy.
Query: ''Why will men smoke com
mon tobacco, when thty can buy Mar
burg Bros. 'Sen! of North Carolina' at
the same price?"
The BrixEm job rooms are now
turning out better and cheaper work than
any other c'u.Viijliiiient In southern Illi
nois. Don't lorget- the free oyMer soup at
Qo'clock this eveiungat Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial ave
nue. , A.4.II
Probate Court, Judge Vocum pre-
tUilnz, commenced on Monday mortiiiisr,
and has bpen In neselon since."" The
bu,lnes transaicd Is purely routlnp.
Deputy Culitctor W. K,.Murpby Las
gone to .SpringUelu to appear at a wit
ness betnre the United State, district
court, now in session there. ' .
-Joe P. Roberts, ot the Murphysnoro
Era-lllinoi'an, hui hung out his shingle
at a prect icing attorney, It chx k and
guts are roipiwiuj to sucoe iu the pro
fuislon, tbeu Joe fill succeed. '
TLa cros.fing over CouimerctHl
avenue oa Eighth street, 1- m a bad con"
ditlon, and Fbould rroelve luiuedtate
attention. Al'O the or, oter Mxfh
Street on Ohio levee.
We liavofor sotuetiiue heard nothing
about the Iccturt-r ;ie JUcelalur Sueial
and Literary Saclcty was to hnre here
shortly, What 1ms beeoiae ol him f
lYUcu will he leoturo here?
Piuvra , Mein.NO. The iioin-duy
prayer meeting at this Arab 'engine hotipc,
from fifteen miuutes to 13 to liteen mio-
ntes to 1 o'clock will be held dally 'ttitll
further notice. Don't forget it.
Death op Pebky Powers. Mr. Perry
Powers died at about hull-past 9 o'clock
hut night. He was very low all day
yesterday, and although It was known
that he could not recover, it was
lieved his end waa so near. Due
or the time ol the tunerui will la given
In to-morrow' Bllletiv.
For Fillmork. We understofid that
a number of prominent temperance
workers oi this city have made arrange
ments to hold a temperance meeting at
Fillmore, Keutucky, this evening. Sev
eral well-known temperance lecturers
will be among the party, aod a .good
time is anticipated.
Presbyterian Church. At the
Presbyterian Church this evening there
will oe a young people's meeting in the
study for inquiry and free conversation
on religion at 7 o'clock. The eenenil
service will begin at 7;30. By special
request Rev. Mr. Oeorge will repeat e u
itautially the. sermon he delivered latt
. Thk Revival; The meeting at the
Methodist Chnrih last night, was largely
attended and was universally Interesting.
There was no set sermon, but a ehort
earnest exhortation by the Rev.
Mr.' Morrison. Several persons cuuie
lorward or rose lor prayer. These
meetings will continue until further no
tice, beginning at T o'clock each evening,
and the public is invited to attend.
Bt Rkqcest. Rev, Mr. George will,
by request, repeat the sermon delivered
by him en last Sunday evening, this
(Wednesday) eveultigat tho Presbyterian
church. ' Those who heard the sermon
on Sunday evening speak of it In the
highest terms,' and owing to the fact that
the evening was very unpleasant, anil
but few persons were In attendance, Mr.
George has beep requested to repeat the
sermon this evening, , .
-Marriages. It I a remarkable fact,
and a tact we much dislike to tee, that
almost all our young men as soon as thoy
become of, age. , and good-lookingt
Invariably cliooso their fair partner for
life from some other city." !TowJ' aK
though we are not a marriageable young
lady, wo heartily protest itgalnst such s
erato ot affair, r We have In our nilna'e
eye many a young man . who has come
to our elty, done well, and when the)
tin arrived silently stole 1 away
ratwnrt'wlth nbtaihlng yottni'- iTl-
ttty,II till JjSnl I If t;44.8ttoairu.
. Tho Verdlot : "Not Guilty."
CmcciT CocRT.-Tbs closing srgu
taetit tn the Pillow murder ease wsa
made by County Attornsy Mulkey yesv
terday inorulDg, aX(er which , the court
reid:, the; mstrucrjorja to jthe Jnry. Tit
caie; was then given to the Jury,?!
they rctiacd, and at a lateboujr last cgtl
they returned a yerdlct of "not; guilty? '
The cutioi a young man named vJebp,
on a charge of stealing a cow was then
taken up, Hon. D. T. LInegar and Mr.
Anderson of Villa Ridge, appeared for
the defence. 'County Attorney Molkej
conducted the prosecution, The Jury
returned verdict of guilty, and fixed
Webb's punishment at two years lu the J
. Taken to 8raisFiati. Deputy JtT, .S
Marshal Hoe. of Spring deld, arrived In
the city yesterday to take a man named
Adams, who has been confined lu the
county jail here lor the last f,.ur or 'Ave
months on a charge of counterfeiting, to
Springfield for trial. Aduuis la a cooper
by trade, and was, at the time of bis ar
ret, employed by J. E. Park, In this
city, Me was tried behire U. S. Commit,
sioner Cuiidee, and held in $500 bon .8.
Mumhul Roe left with hit ,pruonerby
the ufiernoon train yesterday.
The Cairo ami Sr. Lou Railroad,
Mr. Smlthert, receiver, aod Mr. L. it.
Juimton, the recently appointed BiTper
iiiteadent and generat manager ot the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad, arrived in
the city on Saturday night' lasr and re
mained here unill Monday alU-rnoon.
The object ot this y lilt, we understand
from gentlemen who conversed With Mf.
Smiitiers, was to make arrangemenu for
an early rexuuipllou ol business on this
end of the Cairo and St. Louis road. Our
information is to the effect that about
sixty men have been employed, who will
go tq work within a tew days to putting
the track in order, and that It Is the In
tcntlon of th new. jnanagenient of tho
road to have trains running regularly be
tween the drst and tenth oi the coming
month. This will be good news .to a
large class of persons in this city whose
buiiness Interests depend In a great
measure ou the operation ot this road.
Cahtal Pi;sihmext. Our neigh
bors up In Johnson County are discuss
ing the capital punishment question,
and the Journal U ' weekly -filled with
long articles In, opposition to the laflic
tion ot the death penalty as a punish
ment tor murder. Notwithstanding the
Juarnul am some strong arguments in
mpport of the position it has taken, we
tear It has chosen the wrong season tor
the dUcusslon of the subject. Tbe
mnH ft the people havo not been edu
cated up to the point which tbe
editor ol the Journal has attained,
hikI they am yet barbarian, eneiigh
to believe that there is more virtue
In ten fi:et ot rope as n ptumuinwU
for murder than iu a. lie sentence to
tuiriwutur:ni. We .ale one ,ot, the
ni.ie, atiil eoneijuenlly barbarian
cnoush to believe that bulging is a good '
thin, and ought to be more iroely. iu
'lulfd In. The Journal has chwitell a
bad time to ilircusj this question. U
should have waited until the-. cro$ of
mitrdereis now in the hands of tbe law
had been ditpoaed of bung. The people
ot this part of the state haven't time to
dUcuss the question now, and won't have
until a dozen or two murderers have
bee n'lidd way . -
To-NiciiT.-Healey t McEyoy's HI
bernlcan will give their first entertain
ment at tbe Athene urn in this city to
night. Thero is no doubt about tbe
excellence of this tronpe, and all. who
desire to spend a few bourt ol real
pleaur bhouhl go and n;o them. One
of our exchanges tay ot the organisation;
This superb company, organised to
please both Mm eye Kiel ear wiih an,
music and coineuy, gave a perioruiuiice
la.H evening at Anvelo ball lo a packed
bouse, ami it is difficult to sy whether
old or young were the most delighted
with the eutenainment. At to the
uiliistni.-, we could do them Justice
only by a general commendation,
since they are all excellent. Miss
Alice Murray in her Irish tones and
dance; wi h E l. Mutray, it their sketch
ohl and young, (wnicti, by the way, was
o-deCiuVd mi) al.owstt great Versatility
and has made them favorites. Bryan
O'Lymi. Jhii GriiHn and Billy McGinn,
are cnmiiietlians ol tine talents and In
iiuitah e in their pans. - Ilennhaw well,
what Khali we tay ol llenshaw ? A must
exlleiit singer, a fine acior, with a
iuot delicate appreciation of humor, he
can't move or speak, but he mut bring
down the Jiouse. In the lrisb, the
Dutch, the negro or the "plain English"
character, he is equally at homo and
irresistible in all. The paintings are
far the xlnei-t ever produced. The
orchestra hi d the band led by Prof.
Hurry Armstrong, are excellent and In
keeping with the rest of the organiza-
tloh, and the whole forms tbe best enter
tain ment now traveling.
Splendid Tore Btorv Brick Res
idence at Auction.
Will sell at public auction, on the
FltfDAY, FEBRUARY 1st, 1878,
at 10'clotk a.m. for cash tbe fine three
story bil'ik residence situated on lots 17,
13 and 19 in Mock M, on Fifth street,
between 'Vashlngton avenue and Walnut
street, south side, city of Cairoy" '
The house contains eleven rooms, and
is in good condition, Number one cis
tern and outhouses. , Neighborhood and
surroundings flrst-qlaas. rj! $
ifortona, flctirous or obUinuf a per
mantnt honi will eousuft ttlieff fciterests
by eianilnlnfthlt property and ttend-
iug tno sale. Title guaranteed. Sale
positive and without reserve. Any de
sired Information In regaiiS to thf prop--erty
will be furnished on application to
the undersigned, agent, corner Sixth and
lU SirUWS. ,ym,.. ffo ,K Sj.
-i . wi i
Sol. A. Silver, Auctioned.
Cairo, 111., January IT. 1878. 91-dtd
4 Mokiiuii'fr JAIL.-Withln tbe last
week eberlfl , D. Carter of Johnson j
county has brought to Cairo and lodgod ;
tn tbe couuty Jail here, for sate keeping, j
two murderers. On Friday night last !
ha brought down the murderer Burklow ;
who Is under sentence of death but In
Whose ease the supreme court has grant
fit s jfrsedeal u J'jl die tycordt. of the
i4 cat be idtes'.'gtid.i The Wn
jrflrirlsttif.''U. atojaiwdywho is
iK Jefi wltii a i raord.; ef Frank Shear
a Idreaar la DeOemberi im, Kens
hedy bad made some slanderous remarks
about Shear's sister, and this coming to
tbe ears of tbe latter he avowed a
determination to make KcnneJy retract.
Hearing of what Shear had said, Kennedy
armed himself and went to Shear's
house, and calling him out, a war
ot words followed. . The men finally
came to blows, when Kennedy drew a
revolver and shot 8hear, Inflicting a
woatid from which' he died a day or two
after. Kennedy made lilt escape, a.. d fur
more Uan a year nothing was kunwr. i
bis whereabouts. However, Sherifl
Carter, who. by the way, is one of the
most efficient officers Johnson county
ever had, finally got track of him in
Indiana, and a few day ago succeeded in
arresting him at Mt. Vef non lu that
state. Tbe Jail at Vienna Is not a tit pla e
to confine prisoners, and hence Kenimuy
was brought to Cairo tor 'safe keeping.
Rwerring to Burklow', Sheriff Carter in
formed us that he Burklow waseating
sapper when tuesheritt received the writ
grstitiug a stay of execution lit bis case.
While tbe .writ was being reaJ to him
Burklow continued U cat, never once
showing the least sign of emotion or
gratitude for what his attorneys had sue
ceeded in doing lor him. lie scarcely
referred to the matter,' and seemed to
take very little interest la It, notwith
standing bis life was at stake. It is ex
pected that nothing further will be done
In Burklow's case before the next term
of the supreme court, which will be In
S FURNITUKE !
Household Goods at Auction !
Atinecloek, A,M.,Jan.55,'W, ''i't
Commercial A v. btt. 7tli and 8th stt,
, J ." : 'f vf j-s .v- v
. Parlor and bed-room sets, canopy bed
Steads, marble-top center tables, fancy
stands, carpets, matting, sofas and sofa
lounges, glass and queensware, kitchen
SINGER. SEWING MACHINE,
Wardrobes, bureaus, wasbstahdt, chalrt,
SIDE-BOARDS, '4 4i
Looklrg"glas9es, pictures, extension ta
BOOK-CASK AND BLACK WALNUT
Cook and beating stoves, with pipe, cm.,
mirrors, rockers, book-case, etc.; alio,
. ; ONE MXLODEON,
Shannlger's No, I, 6-octavc, piano case,
rosewood and superfine finish, with cover
and box complete; Instrument in first
ulast condition, . . - .
Wl. . Ton. WUsik, Auctioneer,
I 1.600 TIMES
Larger than 1,1 U ! 1
Oa receipt of $1,501 will send to auy
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 500 times any
small object. A very useful and instruc
tive Instrument, brass mounted and put
up la a neat case, warranted, as rccom
mended or the money refunded,
Its magnifying power is so great that
living objects can- be readily discovered
In a drop of water, aud for examining
small objects, all manner of Insects, the
texture of cloths, Ac, detecting foreign
matter in sugar. Hour and other articles
of diet, for detecting counterfeit money,
and a hundred other uselul purpotc, it
will be found Invaluable. .
An endless source of amusement for
the "coming winter evenings. Sent by
mall on receipt of pi ice.
' SEAVER A CO., ,
" -""'' 61 Park Place. N. Y. City.
Tilts RKASOXS) WHY
All ftbonld Boy tbtdr Orocerle from
Below we give a number ol reasons
why people should buy their groceries
from PettU i Bird:
1st. Because their stocks Is the largest,
freshest aud choicest in the city.
2nd.-Beeaue they aell goods of every
kind cbeapeathan any other house In the
3rd. Because they deliver goods more
promptly and in better shape than any
other bouse in tbe city. .
4th. Because they keep the most com
plete stock, and persons desiring to
purchase tiffercnt kinds ol goods are not
compelled to go elsewhere because
Messrs. P. A B. have not got the goods
These we consider substantial reasons
why our readers should buy their goods
01 ... PTTBlRD,
Corner 14th st. and Washington avenue.
Also just received a large lot of Yar-
nell Bro.'s Baking Powder,; the best
goods made ; only requires one tcaspoon
lul to the quart ol flottr. Give It a trial
and you wlLl use m other.
Pettis A Bird.
S lbs choice Rio:coflee, $1,
llOftssugadl. J -r
. 11 ftcmKlw'Drlemiit, ti$ i
Irtlef..! U U J ft y
Fred Kochler, corner Eighth street
and Washlneton avenue and, alto at the
eoWert)!1 tleyentn 'street W Washing
ton ayenue, la selling tbe choicest family
lard lni"Bts nttjie rulnAy low
AILieV" im of Stuart A
Gholtvo rfiattto settled 00 or before the
1 ah sviu. " if iii !
Viwf ii.t wl.ojM
.tioRALSEivicatiuroar . e.r.
avATten, j utwvAtaa. lUieorrall
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ct . ZT. m "7" x
ClneiiiaB..w i S . -a "' 7
l?BpOrt.MM I..HM. S i -
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Louiivllln.nra,n.MH., 10 c Xi S
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' JAMES M. WATSUN,
Straiuai aianal Strvlc. U. a. A
Tho weather is clear and pleasant
again aud there are no signs of wlntar
about us. It seems now like an early
spring was opening and we ought to ex
pect to hear tbe hum of bees and twitter
There was a jam of coal bouts In the
canal and at the wharf at Louisville, on
The Bernard Is loading two barges of
grain at Evansvllle. for the south.
The Storm has one barge loaded and
two others. being loaded at itvansville for
1,000 tons has been engaged at Evans
ville and the lower Ohio tor tho Sam
Roberts and barges.
The towbottt business ol the lower
Ohio Is getting to be something of au
The Cincinnati Commercial says Prof.
Stein Has now a lull prheatra on the
Robt. Mitchell, having added several
instruments to bis band, and will dls
course eloquent muslo during tbe trip.
The special appropriation to put tho
river snag-boats at work to clean out
snags between now aud June next, was
something out of the usual order of
things In the national congress, Tbe blU
was passed mainly through the efforts of
the members, iroin Missouri. S. SV Cox
was strong "agin" it liecauie It was pot
a regular appropriation,, he said Our
western friends ouicht to remember this
freak of the funny Cox. Senator Conk
ling, of New York, who has heretofore
opposed marly everything calculated
to beceflt the ' west and south
has assured the friends of the measure
that he will report favorably and lue bit
efforts to put it through the Senate W.
B, Brown has received nearly one milllou
bushels of coal from Pittsburg, at C!n
cinnati,' on the resent rise, without
accident; or losing a bushel A teler
gram from Qulncy says the case of
Eggleston against Capt. Ley be, of the
Eagle. packet company, has been dis
missed, and Eggleaton given twenty-four
hours to leave the towot....vVbas.QuesnHl
has been promoted to the first clerkship
of tho City pf ,Vicksburg, and Hike-
ij .1 .
oarnaru iu me second. "
The Jno. Gilmore arrived here yester
day and was turned over to her new
owners." Captain Slmras tjok command,
but the crew ot fueT,limor'e remained on
board uptil she reaches St, Louis. She
brought two fuel boats ot opal) tor the
Valley company tb'thla city. 'SS5
The, Gilmore Is. booked to leave St.
Louis on Tnnrs4ay.J with a tow for New
Orleans. :" V ;., . ';. -
The Nellie Speer. with a tow.ot coal,
passed down yesterday ."" ,i
The new towhoat, Jno. Portrr, with a
'miscellaneous tow, arrived and tooli two
barges to Columbus, yesterday,
Thtr Greyhound with empty barge
patsed'vp tbsOhlo, I 1 1 ;
The river rose tour inches, yesterday.
The Mollie Moon is due from St. Louia
for New Orleans this evening, .
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Lassost is Drawing. The underv
signed having rented the German school
building on Fourteenth street, will open
a .school where instruction In drawing
will be given. Also instructions In wood
earvlng. Lessons given every Saturday,
from 10 to 12 o'clock. Tuition SI per
mouth. John C, Klf.ifoxx,
In this connection' wef -desire to state
that John C Kleltgen aod Peter Jaeger,
wood caryers, Upholsters and cabinet
makers have opened a tnop at the cornt r
ot Eight street and Washington avenue,'
where they Hre prepared to do all work
In their line ou the mutt reasonable
terms, ' '. lw
drneral Debility. ' .
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ot mental over-work, Indis
cretions or excesses, or some draln on the
system, is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specific No. 28. It toucs
op and Invigorates the system,' Imparts
strength aud energy stops tbe drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Been used
twenty years who perfect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Price $1
per single vtal, or t5 per package of five
vials and;4 VV vial . of . powder. Sent by
mall . on receipt oi .price. . Address
Humphrey's Homeopatblo Medicine
Company, 109 Fulton street N. Y.
''"a Oaatia Hint. .! I"; h
In our style ot climate, with Its sudden
Changes ot temperature rain, wind and
sunshine often intermingle Ju a single
day it is no wonder that our chil 'rcn,
Iriends and relatives; are so frequently
taken trora us by neglected colds, balf the
deaths resulting directly from this cause'.
A bottle of Bosehee's German Syr tip kept
abmtt your home for; immediate nse will
prevent serious sickness, 1 large doctor's
bill, and - perhaps 'death; by the ut Of
tUreo pr four dotes. . tor curing . 'OonV
Severe Cpughs, Croup, or any disease ot
the Throat or Lnngs, its success is simply
wonderful, as your druggist will tell you
German Syrup is no w sold In every town
and village on this' continent ' Sample
bottles for trial. 10o r regular size, TBe. -
In orJor to introduce our Big 8ed
Ipring Wheat, Tn Wheat ot Taot, In
your locality elegit gralas meaturlng one
hslf loch In length-! propose to. send a
Wf WaPwriVft' vr ioir wiwut
state the name ol the newtpapw and tend
a three eent stamp tossy pottage.- : '
Ageati wanted In every county to tell
BarnainG for 'tieHolidayTo
Extrsr.dinar!r.Ucementi3 16 Purchasers
" TTxttil mSttv ' Grlxx-tmxxxa,m UST'U..
IPOIl qPTTTit NJ2EKM? TimiTY DAYS
, . VUUaff4rtod)t)'vlUctonteuiipreclentcdBiJXlntla . .
FABRICS and 3Xlj3Bi&
The Flneit assortment of Ladl?' Cloakt and Furt lathe City,'
Unequalled Attractions Silk Haaderchlefs, Collart, Cuffs snd Ties in hugs variety sad
elegant assortment. "
A Full ai.d Complete Lined Gent)' Furnishing Goods sold at astonishingly low prists.
Zephyre, Wool and Fancy articles ot alfshudes and colon,
LadlCs Shoel actually at Cott. -C'arpcta
and Oil Cloths In endless variety, quality and pattern.
We take pleasure In announcing to our patrons and the public grnerally that w
are now offering special inducements to those who purchase within the next 80
days. A thousand new and attractive articles of vertu are now on exhibition, and
are being oflered nt most extraordinarily low prices.
WEDNESDAY, AND THURSDAY,
' January 33d and 34ib,
' . McEvoy'e Hew Hibernioa, '"
Irish Brigade Datd and Orchestra
: Remodeled and rnUrged for tltepret- .
Crest Nittnnal Malcal tad Ptctorlal'Eattrtata-
IIIISH. END k E H! (
The n autirnl S tunry of. lrilnnd!
The fnim comuan r appt-mmu ia Oflrfiunl
touit , dui-cn mii ,ko lini.
Alatlhrc Yhnnita; 1 fVe'oek, Admission W
tents; r vt rtl T fmt.
: JULB 1. l(li.i,IIiwini')'l Mao.
1-13 et . Jt,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. It.
' '.. Shorteetnd -
! QUICKEST ROUTE
StVIouis & Chicago
Tho only Eoad Runnitie Two
Uaily Trams from Cairo,
' - ' Making .
j , Tralna Leave Cairo
2:10 p.tu.' Fait express, arriving ' in Pt.
Louis aai p. m.; Chicago, 7:oU, a.m.
1:20 p.m, CrNCrNTJATI & LOU13-
valle fast link
Arriving a Ctnelnnati 8:30, a.m.; Louls
; ville,' 8:'.'), a.m.: :n1linapolU, 4.1li a.m.;
raseni:rt by thU tcalu arrive at above
fPlntii.v r f . , rv,- :.,'
: Og An OTfliK K0UT2. -f.
. ... . . 4 '
m. h ast Mail wiUi steepen attaob
. ed." for 3T. LOUW- and CU1GAGO,
arrlvln In Bt. Lout at tf:30 a.m.' Cbt
csifo at 4.80 p.m. Cnrinectlng at Odin
or KtHngharo lor Cincinnati, Louliville
and iuUianapolis, ... .
FAST TIME EAST
f t.s'-cnert riy this line go through to
the r;st without any delay caused by
' Sunday inti'rveniug.
Hie SATL'KtUY. AKTERSOON TRAUi
KKOM CALUO ARUIVES' IN SEW
YuUIC MONDAY MOIiiil-NO
.- AH.W.5, a
35 HOURS .. IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHElt RoCTB.t
AvlvertiHeuient of oompetinc I met that
they ni k better tme than tblt one, are
are ttaued either through Ignorailca or a
desire to mislead tbe public. "
For tbmigtrUfckett and information,
ipply at Illinois Central it. it. Depot, Cairo.
THA13S AR1UTB AT OAllO '
xprtsi ... S:00p m
fail ..,... ..iHiHn.MHWMi.l h a.m.
JA3. JOHNSON, ,
Ocn'l Southern Agt s
J. U. JoVKS. TIoket At. ,
WONDER UPON WONDER.
i. 6 Wen Away A Strang, nysxrlous and most
rxtraotdinsry book, .nmltd "THK JIOoK OF
WONIIICUH,' Ajontaiaing. with numeroas pic
torial illuiirstions the myswritt of the hcavtm sad
rnrth, Nutural ,snd !upcroaiural,(ildities. Whim
sical, Strange Cieiosilks Witches and llihcraft,
I're.iini, sup.ritltiom. Absurdities, Fsbuloui, En
chantment eio. In order thai all may se tais curi
ous book the puhli.hers have rasolved to iv It
away to all that desirnto se it. Address, hjr postal
card, F (.I.EASUM ft 0O.,73S WashlrgtuatircM
Boston, Mats. . .
, STUATT0N A BJRD, ( .
Sag'tt:AlIIlICAN POWDER CO.
i u K7 Ohio ' XiAveo.
Can Bo Beautiful
ly Dyed or Be-
I S ' JL u 1 . J
F 4'"; ' poifad ftt 1 rftit
Old Hata Uada Now.
-, -"2 jTJSa " C
'ATWsf isiiwt urao.,SttMavaV
f-iiliiiTT1iT-"rffi" n,' ' Hi
clad W.IH2 Ami;?;; i
Allnlment univer'ally acknowledged a
the toost renowned quick cure ever brought
before the publo in tho Mueteenth cen
tury tor the prlect cure ot
Man and Beast!
This popular and grat healing remedy,
to long needed by mfferliiz humanity, la
trlvlng- unbounded proo't of lu mertu by
ail havlag tosted its unrivaled powers, aad
n all esiea claiml.(f It tbe most power
ful remidy and quick reliever irora agosy,
TiioTTinnrl nil DnconoAH
.UlUVUU WAX WdVOVM
ho best concentrsted healing properties,
quickest scientllle arts tor pain relief, most
combined medicated riersities. a a Ual.
nientror m:inaud beast, ever Intraduud
for public benaiit.
wJV - - - - - 1 - - - sjfc
who will una thl. Ilnluinnt iu time, will be
convinced that this is a sure euro for rhtu
mnllnrn. neuralgia, hruWot, sprains, swell-In?-,
hum, cuts, f jl'iits. tumors. Dllet.
Injureil hiuhs, Hrad, font, diptberla,
rn throat, toothache, headache, Indict
bites,-fits, cullo, tapn worms, ew,, tor ihe
human race, and is
A POSITIVE CX11E
or; tweenoy, rtngboiifl, strains, callous
sinews, hurt, curb, cats, bruises, lame.
dom, stralne i fotlorks. spavin, eollr, bnttt,
wluiJirall, poll evil, cattle and sbtep com
plaiots, and all gane-at dlsOMts ia stock,
ici the oiunv otitor sdiuttoas of bota nun
' DUMOKD OIL Is lor tslo by Frax
IIblsy, being well recomended by all
dj-ukrs'li, phylcTans, and every one wh has
ever used it. trite, 7B cants per buttle.
W. E. TAG AN Aro..
Hi'tmnh fiAli Inrlltitiisnnliti InH. . . -'
To. Inventors & Manufacturers
Gilmore,Smith & Co.
Solloltora ot Fatanta and Attorsoye at '
Auierloan and roraitm Fatanta.-
V-. ?. - - . .... .......
. ren iu -uvnnno, nor until a raient ,
' ftiillovvet. WoPiM for making Prt- '
;.' Uminary Examination '
Special attention glyen to Interference
Cases before the Tut out C3ce, lnlrlnge
ment Suits In the dlfic.eit States, and all
litigation appertaining to Patents or Iu
Srni Stamp fir Pamphlet aj Sixty Tap
It hlLll IRE . SUITS CO..
629 F. ft., Washington, D, C
elate and froTuum tu answer this sdrrms
rutnt. AddrM, : DANIEL JJEAXTV,
rjnemetionfc-bl7 tns baa aotain4
work of lii kind la tho World."
" ': Xotictt of tht Prtil.
The JliOAiinB bat attsincd It on cruarter
century and mor ol'exiitcnoc tn that point whr
ll may b said of it. la Ui words of Or. Jotmaoa,
It i sain to blam and uaelm to praise." Th
lustre of iu loDg-ago-attaiaed reputation hat la
CTwased a latyear bar passed,. and its future
man a briieht tl not brighter than at any tiia
sluoe thagoliiaB bu of prosperity settlwt arouad
ll lat.raud bast ywrs. Brooklyn Ksgl.
UarpcT Atonthly U marked by tbe .un Chir
ac terwtlcs which kv itcircnlation n-om tho art
with tli belter ciaa ol readers. It ombiu
retullng m ater with lllnstnttlont in awtrte
make eleui aad vivid th fuels fi relented. Pie.
tnrcs nfrely dejirnwl to aateh th cv of the
iguorsot ars ncvur lusenod, CIUo Journal.
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;. :v- UnitodfitaUa.
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eubsorlptions to nnM's Maaatlnt, W taklv,
aad Uniar, to onaddrft for on year, Sio Ot,
or, tw of Harper' ferlodldal. to oat aadtts
OT O , year. C7 0, vosuig rne.
An Xtra CorryofeiUivrUirafiMpuLo, Weakly .
or Batar will be supplied aiuilt tor vry Club
of Fir UnbacribcT at C4 (Otalt.lu oMrunii'
unce.or Bli Copka fvr SiOW, iiiMalntra
TheVolunwa or th XKasiu eonuuaaos wltk
th Mtuiibw for Jan aad Ueewmuex i sack
yoar. eubatiripiloas may eomaneaoa with auy
number. Wtwo no time la spx:iDd, it will b
uodersioexl that th eulmorlUir wish to bs;u.
with tu Ursl auniber f tuveurreol volvni. aad
back nujubrs wUl l seat acnordinalr. -
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co i;prUuUvoiaia, iu rutat cloth binding,
willUisvul ay xpws. frebxht at arpM ot
nitrcbaHr, fbra2 U tier volume. Swgle roloroeo
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Voliuoo of Hsrp' AlaaasiD has Jost beea pub
lish!, rendering; available tor nftraso to vail
aad varied wealth 01 Unomutloo which eoaetl-
lute tui periodloal a pmot illustrated literary
f velopeille. ivo, elotB. It Ot, balf calf, ).
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