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NEWS OF SB CITY.
I LLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Hew Tlitifi Tulile.
On unci uftor 12:30, i.m., Sundny, Dec.
Ith, tho following tltnn tuhle will govern
tho nrrlvnl nnd di'mrturo of jmsscngtr
trains nt Cairo: tr -
Mall train lonvcs'tit...'.....'. i:io n.irl.
Express, ', " nt.,n ?:"0 p.m.
.St. Louis and Cniro Ikxprii
lunvesnt 1:20 ii.m.
Accommodation Ivhvm nt...l'J::iO p.m.
Mull nrrWe 05 a.m.
Kxprcsi, nrrlvrs IS: 2 1 p.m.
St. Louis Htul CnlroKxprcis '
nrrlvos M p.m.
Tho Inst named tmln lenvos Rt. InW lit
10:30 ii.ni. Trntler enn lenvo Cniro nt 1:20
ii.m,, rench flt. Louis rt 7:25 a.m., rcmnln
n tho cllv three hours, nnd return to
Cairo lit 1:15 p.m., tho snmodny.
Tho 12.n0 nccomtnodutlon and Cairo nnd
.St. Loul oxnrcjs luaro duly; nil othcri
loavu dally oxcent Sundays-
Way piuflnj;er sljould Lour In mlnd.that
tin; 3:30.p.rn., train .makes only, lour stop.
pings between Cniro nnd Uunfralfn, via
Juncaloro, Cnrbondnlo, Dti (Juoln nnd
Ashley. Tho 11!:30 p.m., trnin slop ut nil
it attttloni nlimg tho route
ilcrHtf Hopt., Ciilro.
A riicoChllslliias . present is u pair of
(letit's Slippers tho finest at tho '(.ity
Shoo htou. ci
Foil pistols and cartridges and bowlo
knives, go illrcci toT.yctri.o. 7? Ohio
ladles and Missus' lluttoneJ and Side-
Inced Show In French kid and oil goat at
"City Shoo .Storo.' " t
Is you want n iioud, alyllsh Mid well-
tlttlnj? suit of clothe, mndu to order, you
must go to r.Keff, 'o.79 Ohio J,orc.
AttnaUAX Carroll kyo n "homo wurm
Inc." last nlcht, that wa enjoyed by quite
largo number or his frlondi.' Tho danco
wai kept up until a lato hour, end was a
mot enjoyable- allnlr In overy particular,
CoUiiciLMAV Hnrclay tendered his rts-
lunation at tho last regulnr montint; of tho
Select ConncilJ The rwOgnatlon m,
properiynaWcd; m the irTieei of Mr
Barclay cannot, at this particular June
turo of municipal afflr,lo diionsedwIth,
Ah I contemplate i-ngaglng In thorteu
irado exclusively, I will glvo great br
gain In tfrucerU, drUl r id calmed fruit,
candles. Ac, Ac, to rtoio it my to f,
Tea at Now York prices.
Doc.15.Ct. J. 1L PHILLIPS.
CitAUTKit Oak CooKINO Stoves and
Evening Star heating strives tho best in
usefor salo bv C. W. llcndcrion, 100
Commercial Avcnuu. Seu ndvcrtiseiuerit
OnkoI our 'henA" city otIicUli mad
up his mind to attend Carroll' "houso
warming," last night, nnd with that viow
started up town. VTu aro vory allroctly
informod that beforo ho reached his do
linatiou thn sidewalk broke down with him
and gavo him such n Jolt rAar he forgot
uh'rt he teat going, and returned homo.
j,. - 7 ; i
Foil Halk. Tho undersigned bclrg da
slroui to engago In somu-other business
horeby otVers for ialnll Ihu furnituio and
fixtures' In tho Centrnl houso on Cth St.,
at private ialij, rrltei wishing to engag
n hotol builncis, call on tho premises.
dec3d3w JOSKl'H 1IUOS.S.
IUmoiou Notice. Tho Hov. .Mr
Svyoonoy will PXpach in tho Christian
church on Eighteenth ttreet, on Sunday ut
half 'past 10 a.m., nnd half past 7 p.m.
Subject of tho morning dUcouru: 'Heav
en ;" of tbo ovening discourse : "Finul
Destiny of tho Sinner." Thn? public is re
epectfully Invited. 2t
lT.lscrco)y i)ocesiary to call attention
to tho column advertisement of McMr.
l'arsons, Uiivis d Co. It cannot cJCupo
Tho ostablishmont of Mrs. P. D. Co.
is an honor to Cairo. Tho display of the
nrtlclos advertised and a thousand others
not montlonod, cannot bo surpassed lu 111
Inols. Vi'u refer to It with pride, and
suggest that there is thu placo to sweuro
Wantkd Iuxijcuiatkly. 300 wood
choppowto cut wood on tho lino of tho St
Tiouls A Iron Mountain' railroad. Unl
furo tickets furnished at tho ticket office In
St. Louis. Wage SI, 20' per cord. Apply
nt tho various woodynids, or to
nov30tf. II. J. DEAL, Charleston, Mo.
nox.D.W. Munn is In Chicago. Ha
and Logan aro considering tho Senatorial
situation. It is said that they doslro to
"soe" the backsliding members of the ChU
cago delegation to tho LcgUluturo par
ticularly suqIi at Jinvo no objection to bfl
ing "soen."' c k ' kJ '
Tho Chicago Republican doesn't speak
Tory encouragingly of Logan's prospeoN,
and exprosset the belief that neither Munu
. nor Logan will. '"sea" ,ny considerable
portion of the (Jook county delegation, to
Xlkction pjoTict Notice W hereby
glvo thnt thdr6rwlU be n mcpng of tho
stockholders of the City National Bank on
Tuesday, January lOtli, 1871, for tho pur
pose of olocting sovon DiroctoH to sorvo
during tho ensuing year.
dfcIOdtd A, . HAFFOltl), Cal
FltKD Koi'.lii.Eii'stwo inures will bo rnf
fled off nt tho City Jirowcry, to'iilght be
tween 'J nnd 10 o'clock. Thti chances not
bald for before tho hour of tho rnfllo, will
bo sold over again. All chnnco holders
nro Invited to ho lif cent. A few chances1
remain unsold which enn bo procured by
falling nt tho brewery or on Kouhlcr.
i -' i
Caiiio JJajiuki. Factoky. Forty-live
gallon lurd tierces $1 80; pork, barrels
. . .. ..... . -j
$1 GO; tierces witUttwo iron Hoops $2 ,00 1
wliisky barrels, full bound, Iron hoope
42 23;. dry b.icon and ham.tiercej, SQ. inqK
hoop, very stout, $1 CO; boor. -keg, '8 gal
lons $2 10; 4 gallons $2 00; half barrels
C$3;00j vbarrels;$3 75. "Whisky half barrels
olid ke of nil kinds, iron hound.
dccSdCt J. yi. STEELE.
Tunickr Linch at' Sciiekl's Hall
To-mokuow. Our friend John Schocl,
who I always getting Up tomcthlng to
plcaxi hit patrons nnd friend", announce
n turkey lunch for four o'clock to-morrow
(Sunday) afternoon, to which ho Invito
hli friends nnd tho publto generally.
Everybody can como and partuka
freely without money ami' without
price. If, however, anybody thinks ho
will hitvo a call to sample .4checl' itikrnl
tablu cur, iplandid Catawba or llldiio
wine, that individual had bolter drop u
few dimes Into-hU pocket, do. You will
bo sure to enjoy yourself. It
Wk aro niMired that .Messrs. Colby A
Co Cobdcti cslnbllibmciit will be roniovcd
Cairo about tbo first of January, nnd that
the Arm will bo in readiness tocommoncn
manufacturing 6n an eiti nilvo scale some
time during tho month. Tho Arm, of
which Mr. Peebles is an active member, I
known ai oni of tho most encrgetlu and
fclhiblu lit'Southeru. Illinois, and as It, 1
their purpose to manufacture all kinds of
boxes for which tho country furnlihos any
demand, wc shall expect tho citnbliihmotit
to beebmo ono of tho largest nnd most suc
cessful in tbo city, i
jkkit.s Ann nnoia. juh rcccivmi a
largq stock of lloo I, Shoes, Fancy gftod,
to., at tho "City Shoo Store," in addition
to tho largo stock on hand, which we will
sell cheaper tlinti tho very cheapest, to
meet lhi rcnafrements of tho hard tlmo
And it would bo to tho Interest of all pur-
chuiers of boots nnd shoes to cxamino our
stock and prices before buying elsewhnro
Alsn, a line hock or rancy g'xxJi, us
LadleV White good., Eiubroiderlen, Kib
lons, Velvets Uutlons, Veiling, Gloves
and Gauntlet', in Kid and IlucUkin. J-a
dies' MImcV and Children's Hose etc.,olc.
To our Ladles' Mie' and Children's cus
tom made shous we would call particular
Corner Commercial avenue and 6th st.
CilroUls". . flf
Thk following paragraph whloli wc cijiy
from tho St. Louis Dispatch, not only pays
a deicr.ved compliment to a very clover
gentleman, but plainly indicates whut the
'(Cuiro nnd St. Louis Short Line' is doing
for tho traveling public. Vt'o mioto from
the DUpnteh, of tho lith Inst.:
Mr. .Icwott A llcor. tho genial landlord
of tho St. Charles hotel, ut Cairo, i in
town, nnd visited 'Chango ttiis noon. Our
friend Jewell has como to tho conclusion
that Cairo Is not half as far from St. Louis
ns molt people Imagine, ho, having left his
home this morning ut one o'clock, uftor
spending a delightful ovening nt one of the
mest fHililonalilu, partus ever given at his
lioti'l. and took breakfast this, mornlnc at
tho Lucledo hotel nt 7 o'clock. Tho South-
am Illinois railroad runs their passenger
trains through from hero to Cairo in six
hours. That is about what It should ,bo.
A pewon can now spend twtdvo hours nt
Cairo and bo back In St. Louis within 24
Fiiib J.v Ck.ntualia. Tho Into flro In
Centralla was a most dlsnstrous affair. A
conidornblo portion of tho best part of
city Is in ruins. Tho flro originated en
Oak street, on tho oast sido of thu railroad,
and In leu than ono hour had destroyed
tho Democrat ofllce, suddlo shop nnd ni
Uenco of Wm. Groto ; hoo shop of Shroe-
lor Allradleck; tho largo boarding house
of Field and SchuHz; thu drug storo of W.
S. Vnnclevo; Krouso's Jewelry storo; H.
K. "U'oodwnrd's grocery storo; Khrmnn
clothing storo; H. Ship worth's cigar storo,
and sovcrnl other buildings belonging to
Mr. J. M. O'Melvenoy. Tho total loss
will roach $73,000. Tho Centralla Demo.
erat, wo nro glad to learn, will speedily
rcsumo publication. It is snld that tho
buildings wore not insured.
Chiuhtmah Pkksenw and Holiday
Goods. Tho best assorted, ilncit nnd moil
attractivo stock of gold wnlchos Laiul
linliii, lockets, flngor rings nnd Jowelry
generally ever displayed In Cairo may bo
fdund at E. & Vf. Huder's, corner of Eighth
street and Washington avenuo. A largo
portion of thotr present toek was . pur-,,
chased with uu yo special to tho holiday'
demand, and will bo sold at a umall margin
over colt. Sllverund silver plated, wnro
also form a feature of tho establishment
worthy of particular notice, Mpocinlly of
thoso wlio may deslro tomuko liutlng and
approprinto Christmas presents.
To parties desiring to purchase piano,
organs or any kind of musical InJ'ruptnts
noplnco In tho city prosont greater at
tractions than thu storo of Messrs. Under.
Go thera beforo permitting yourself .to be
pursuadod into tho purchnso of all iustru-'
I-.' ..i -.:F -!.!i,L ... .i 3 If.
ineiu, una you win iniuiK us-mr inn tug-
D. Lamiikkt, Ohio I.ovoe, between
Eighth imd Tenth stroots; has enlarged
and improvodibli shaving mid hair-cutting
and )s prepared to (have, teu.ttoineri in,
first clasa stylo, n T .
Clean towels, sharp'ruzors and courteous
attention aro anions tho attractions of the
IMMKNSK STOCK i
.'.ill ti l' a l SIsV
CHINap AND OF
.JmiTANNIAfer ' MAP.HLKSIJELLbWS iF
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TIN HOUNS, r.T
TOY CUPS, ' '
TOY DUCKETS, . t ,
WAX TAPE IIS
CHINA VASES, .llAI
PARIAN VASES, , , ,
TEA SETS FOR ONLY f!8 00.
H ... MUGS, - 4 tf
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CHniST,MAS TBADE. .'
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NOS. S'AND 7, I '1
CAIRO, ILL.'.. f J
A LARGE MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT.
The Preliminary jtnM Already Taheu
Mossrs. Morgans, 'Parsons andt. Enmei
havo taken all tho preliminary steps
necessary to tho commencement, in this
city, of tho erection of njlargu spoke, folloe,
and hub factory uu establishment that
wHl give employment to ono hundred nnd
fifty hands. They have secured title to a
it on tholoveo, abovoThlrty-fourthstrcot,
equivalent In extent to forty town lots ;
havo purchased tho iramonse ongines of
the Tenth street pump, and will with all
duo vigor push forward tho work In con
Wo most cordially welcome thcio gon
tlonicn und sincerely .hopo that while their
business is imparting increased vitality to
our city, It will not fall to abundantly re
munorato thorn. Cairo possoss all tho lead
ing requisites for a successful prosecution
of tho branch of manufactures they have
in view, and wo aro assured that Messrs.
M. F. & E. hnro tho capital, energy
and tact to mako their undertaking hero
a comploto and undoubted success.
Christmas Presents at tlieDolIar Store
nt OiioHnlftlie Usual Cost;
Pearl sets, four pieces, $L
Two flno sauco dishes with covers, $1.
Eight fino goblets for SI.
Music Folios, only $1.
Fino writing desks, only $1.
ChU ut.thu old stand of Mrs. Oswald's,
123 Commercial, avenue. i!t
Tiik Proplk'h Mr at Makkkt U
GayeuA Co.) PnoriuiiTOK. Tno mcnt
market Just opened by Gnyer and Co., at
tho corner of Washington Avenue and
Tenth street, Is Just exactly such a meat
market ns thoja who know Gayer would
expect him to establish when ho "spreads
himself." Everything is now, freshly
painted, and wears an ulr of cleanliness
that no ono will full to commend.
Gnyor A Co. aro among tho oldest und
most experienced butchers of tho country
and have learned that It pays hut to keep
first class meats, nnd commaiwl first vlasx
custom. If cltlscru would, t'j cforc, to
euro splendid fresh mcat., pur rccf, mut
ton, veal, lamb or sausage t ty can n
ways And them In any quuntll desired
ho Puoplo's meat market. Just try It.
Testimony or a mow sent I'Hysician
flr. J."T. Baker, n skillful" and" wfdelv
known physician of twenty years standing
inflnc1lstcr,'Pa, gives-his opinion of h
popular household remedy, in tho follow
Lancaster, Pa, Novoinber 'J3, 1SCS
Dn. S. D. HaktmanACo. Dear Sir
During tho past eight years I havo had fre
quent opportunities to study tbo fleet of
MISHLKR'S HERH HITTERS upon per
ons suffering from.DysjiepsIn, Lois of Ner
vous Kncrgy, Soxu.il uenkness, Dfarrhoen,
A. Remedies wcro precribcd by
other physicinns according to thu
Homa'pnthie, Allopathic and Hydrophatlilu
scliools, anil only u comparatively few per
manent cures effected. On tho other hand,
1 hive never known tho Hitters to fall pro
duclng tho desired result, mid I still uro
them in tho treatment of such complinU,
with tho highest success. T havo no hes
itation in saying that I considor MISH
LKR'S HERH HITTERS tho most clllcu
cleus remedy over discovered for dlfonsce
diseases rising from udlsordorcd Stomnch,
Liver, Kidneys, Rowels, Lungs nnd Heart
J. T. MAKER, M. I),
doo. 12 ood Aw Iw. P. O. Dox MO
TllK O .N'T UAL MKAT MAUKET.
Mossrs. Fred Koohlor A JCo, of thu Cen
tral -Meat Mnrkct, deslro it.undcrstQod that
they keep all kinds of meats, beef, pork,
mutton, Iamb and voulj thutlhoy buy and
slaughter tho best nnd fattest animals
brought to this market; dreis and servo
out tho meats in a neat nnd cleanly man
ner, and deal with everybody fairly and
Market baskets of customers delivered
freo of charge to any part of tho city.
Fresh sauiago on stiluovory morning.
Huy your inent, then, nt tho Centra
MeatMarkot, near tho corner of Tenth
street, on Washington avenue.
Look at Tj;i:kk Piucks: A wliito hlrt
for $1 ; 5 pairs of men's stockings for $1 ;
a largo travoling boikot fdr $1 ; Hand
capcs $1 ; largo chirm vntos $1 ; lino writ
ing desks; four bottles imorted porfumes
51 ; nnd a thouuind other articles equally
cheap, ut tho Dollur Store, 128 Commer
cial Hvcnuo. dCtwlt
A Puook. Nothing is bolter proof of
tho excellence of an article than tho fre
quency of Imitations of it. Thuiu coun
terfeits aro tho universal tribute which
w6rthlessnos pays 'to merit. Thu sterling
worth nnd popularity of tho Charter Oak
Stovo Is attested by this standard.
dec 12 dnw It
A Wokp to TIIK Elpeisly. No hiKly
ovos to bo gay. That's human nature
Evory body detents tho hair dyes und tho
ediim-ntnl "not a-dyes." That's Immim mi
tu'w too. Pualon's" Vitai.U, on halva
tiok imk thk haiii. which litimlly re
juvenates gray hair, is freo from tilth mid
sediment, which detllo tho dyes and "nut
It Sojd. hyi. "I' drugglMjuidfunuy jjood
dealers, ueo I'Z iluw Iw
l'ina Nutloinl llunk nrOilrn,
1vm. li, Ixlv.
Tho unnunl uicutlng for tho election of
fivo Directors vllllo held at thU Hank,
l'ucsdny, Jan. 10th, 1871, between the
hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 p.m.
C. N. HUGHES,
Ravflk AKirFur.1! Ball. A splondld
gold-lionded cano will bo disposed cf by
rnlllo at Mrs. Gibson's, corner of Fourth
nnd Commercial to-morrow ovonlng ut 75
cents n chance. A freo ball will bo given to
which all aro cordially invited. Tho cano
is a very hand.omo nnd valuable one. 2t
Flour Choice Family Flour In bb Is
half bbls., sacks, Ac., for salo at tnoKgyp
tinn Mills. nu
A lame stock of furnishing goods of all
kinds always on hand nt P. NcfTs, No. 79
Ohio Lcvcc. decOtf
Frch Daltimoro oysters sorved in any
stylo desired, can bo obtained, ,nt any hour
of tho day or night at Louis Herbert's
restaurant Also oysters for salo by the
can, in any Quantity desired, at tho same
prlco' " 1 tf
Jonx;Prrnir.VNEw Meat Makkkt.
Residents of tho neighborhood of Four
teenth street and Waihington nvonuo will
bo glad to learn that John Petrio, ono of
tbo oldest and most successful butchers, has
opened n now moat shop In tho Blnnkcn
burg building, where nil kinds of fresh
meats, beef, Krk mutton, veal lamb, vene
Ison, snusngc, etc., of tho best quality can
always bo had in quantities to suit pur
chasers. Customers may sond their chil
dren and nny kind of meat callcl for will
bo furnished, full wolght and nt tho rates
ruling tho market- Potrlo asks'n shnro o
patronage, and will gimranteo fall satis
faction in cverv instnnco. Dec 2 lm
Tub splendid run of custom enjoyed
by Mossrs. Goldttlno A Kosenwater, 138
Commercial avenue, is duo to tho fact thnt
they keep oxactly what tho trado demands,
and jell everything nt tho lowest posslblo
figures. Tliolr Winter supply of ladles'
dros goods, Irish poplins, merinos, lustres,
nlpncas; mink and other fun, bleach nnd
brown sheetings and domestics, Is unusu
ally full, attractivo, and will ba sold at
lower prices than llku goods liavo boon 01
fercd during tho season.
Thoy deslro to call especial attention to
their stock of clothing, a largo addition to
which was received this day.
Every articlo is of tho best
make, and tho variety Is so gonornl
that no ono can fail lo suit himself nllko
In style, quality of goods nnd price
X largo stock of while, colored and vari
egated yams nro offered ntgrcutly reduced
prices. In short, for anything in tho dry
goods nnd clothing lino it will pay to go
directly lo Goldstiuo A itoenwaUir, us they
uro in ii condition to servo customers with
anything in that line in tho ino.it satisfac
tory manner. delCdAwlw
t'lusiu; Out Sale.
Tucnty-flvo thousand dollars worth of
ndy-mado clothing, hats, onp., boot,
oes, trunks and valescs nro offered for
.1 lo by P. Nell, 71", Ohio Lovee, at AC
TIJAL COST PRICKS, it being his In
teutlon to clofo out in that lino nnd em
bark cx ii ely und more oxtentlvoly In
thu furnishing goods and morchant tailor
ThU doling out Halo furnishes an oppor
tuully to secure clothing cheaper than
ever before offered in this market,
A BRICK HiVELLIXG HOUSE FOR
A two story brick residence, admirably
arranged, with largo grounds (1 lets), nit
untol on tho corner of Holbrook nvonuo
nnd Twenty-third street, will bo sold on tho
most reasonable terms. It is located on
high grounds, in nn excellent neighbor
Vcod, thu grounds containing bonrlng fruit
trees, vines and cholco selections of shrub
bery. It Is, In short, ono of thy completed
chip in thn city.
Apply to W. H. THOMAS,
At Thomas, Gro euAAlduUJ
Fair and Festival.
Tho Ladles of tho Catholic congrega
tion will hold a Fair nnd Festival (Christ,
mns week) in Mr. J. 11. l'hillis' Hull cor
ner Tenth utroi-t and thu Luvt-e, commenc
ing Monday evening (the lUlh Inst., and
will continue during tho three successive
Thero will bo a varied assortment of at
tractive nnd fancy nrtleles to suit tho tasto
A beautiful Album, to bo nwarded by
ballot to tho MOST POl'ULAR YOUNG
LADY In. tho city. A VERY FINK
NEW PIANO which cost llvo hundred
dollars, to bo rallied for ut ono dollar per
Nothing will bo left undone to please
nil. Supper, fifty cents; admittance, 2
Tho public nro Invited to attend.
Doors open at 7 o'cloal; p.m.
Dec. 2 ATuo. F. A 10, 20 & 21 .
As horetoforo announced, tho 1'uv. W.
A. llartlett,of Chicago, will deliver n lec-
turo ut thu Atheiicum, uu next Tuosduy
evening, thoSOth, at lmlf past suven o'clock,
Subject: "John ChlnHinan." Admis
sion .111 cents. Tickets for salo ut tho book
stores of W. H. Rockwoll A Co., and H. A.
I fun non .
Mr. Ilurtlctt ranks among tho tlM loo.
turcw known to' thu country; nnd it Is
hoped that tho universal iitfi!ction he
gave when ho lectured huro three or four
years ago', together with tho importuneo
nnd interest of tho subject to lie treated
of, will bring: out u large iiudieiitu to hear
him thU tluiH, ul.o. Tho evening certainly
cannot spout more profitably ur pleas
antly than by lift'iuliig to tho talented und
By ordrr tho IMturo Committee,
Y. M. C. A.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE
That Poter Noff, No. 70 Ohio lovco, is
closlng'out his lnrgo and well selected stock
clothing, boct, shoc, hats, caps, trunks
and valises, nl'and
It is his purposo to embark moro exten
sively In th o merchant tailoring and fur
nishing goods business honco tho deslro
to closo out tho stock above enumerated.
Boys, (J iris. Parent?, Everybody, Look
Boys, girls, fathers and mothors thiaQ
two paragraphs aro especially dedicated to
you. F. Saup, 102 Commercial nvonuo
has brought on the largest, stock of toys
and contoctlonnrles ovor opened in Cairo.
We shall not attempt to enumerate. Wo
shall only ssy that tho supply embraces
everything yet invented to please, in
struct nnd ontcrtain littlo boys und girls
Many of tho toys nro highly ornamental;
others nro very curious, nnd nil nro fully
forty per cont. cheaper than llko article
woro ovor before offered In this mnrkot.
Littlo boys and girls, oven folks of maturo
growth, find it impossiblo to pass Satin'
establishment without stopping. Tho at
tractions insido nro irresistible. And no
wonder. Think of tweuty-slx lariru cases
of toys 3teamboals, locomotives, sol
diers, horses, dogs, cats, olephnnU,
dolls, toy furniture toys that wall; and
cry do everything but think nnd talk
animals thnt howl nnd bnrk and squeal
and bellow balls, marbles things u
rlous, tilings ingenious, things ornamon ta
nd nil so cheap that anybody can secure
n full supply for Christmas!
Thon again thero nro tho confections
the largest and best stock "ever seen in
Cairo. Candies, mint and gum drops,
fancy candles nnd kisses everything In
thu candy line, and all of tho purest qual
ity nnd most popular brand. But enough.
If you want toys and confections for thu
holidays or nny other days, thero Ih ono
plnco whero you can suit yoursolf beyond
doubt, and thnt place Is nt P. Saup's 102
Commercial avenuo. novlTtf.
Shell oystors received every
Arlington, Cnlaml.u. I.Ma Norroll, rwliwsli
Fotninte, Cincinnati, t'tly at (uincy, NOil'iis
Al.n, Mrmi.M, Uli(. ltranrh,
A I. Nu I ' m llrowa, Lonlullk,
M AUii, HI l.oult , (lllmorr. '
Ham llrown.Hl Iwli,
(Hire llruirli, "
I.Ms Nortfll, I'Miic'ili,
JulinKlu. Mctr OrU-uus
Ciljr of ijuttior, I.ojUr.
The weather is cloudy nnd cold.
Thermometer 40 during tho day, nnd
down to tho frccising point ut night.
Tho river remains stationary.
Tho Mississippi It about stationary at
St. Louis, nnd thu channel depth to that
city remains unchanged six foet.
The Ohio Is falling at 1'ittsburg wit Ii
seven feet six inches water la tho channel.
Tho river is rising at Louisville with
threo feet six Inches In the chuto, and two
feet moro In tho canal. Thera Is about six
feet water irom Louisville to Cairo.
; Tho Cumberland is again falling witli
30 Inches on Harpoth Shoals.
Business horo has fallon off somewhat
but thore U atlll consldornHlo freight be
ing handled nt our wharf.
Tho bnrgo company aro loading a
bnrgo with 600 tons for New Orlcnns.
Xlio John Kylecloarod yesterday afler
dlnnor with n fair cargo, having reel red
about 300 tons hero. Among the receipts
at this point woro 2C0 coops poultry, and
284 hoad of hogs.
The City of Quincy discharged hero
83 hhdssuguar,107 bbls mo1ascs,2S0 green
hides, nnd C5 bbls rosin forre.shipments to
Chicago and Cumberland rlvor.
Tho Quickstep brought II pkgs Iron
22U sks wheat, 100 empty half burrols, 10
pkgs sundries for Cairo; 10 sks wheat 28
pkgs castor beans, 10 caddies tobacco, for
St. Louis; 100 bbls potatoes, M) wheelbar
rows, 700 sks corn, 70 pkgs handles and
spokes, 25 bbls Hour, and n few lots sun
dries for reshipmont South.
Captain Wm. Thompson, formerly of
tho Gon. Anderson, Mississippi, Bismarck,
nnd other boats, Is now in, command of tho
Tom Jasper, and will load her at St. Louis
next week for Now Orleans.
Tho Henry Ames has boon enlarged
at St. Louts, and is now loading thuro for
Now Orleans, to loavo this evening.
Tho Colorado is over due for Vicks
burg. Tho Mollio Ablo loaves for Now Or
loans this ovening, and tho Hollo Memphis
. Tho Mulllu Rugun is tho Kvnvlllo
packet this ovening, ns tho alterations on
tho Arkansas Hello will not bo completed
until noxt Monday, when sho will leuvo
Evansvllle, and n'lterwards louvu Cairo
every Wednesday und Saturday.
Oxt: hundred picture Albums ut $1 each
largo pictures, framed In ovnl gilt frames
$1; 10x12 French pluto mirrors; 2 under
shirts for SI ; 2 pre. drawer for $1 ; 10
pairs children' llulinoral stockings for $1
No lottery or cheat. Call at thu Dollur
store, 128 Commercial avenue and neo.
To iik taken in thn phicu of Quinine or ,
IlltWrs of any kind ; tho do U muall. I
and its virtues undnutiK-d, It will bo
found (tucupor and butter than uiiy other
remedy fur that purpose, und also as a gen
eral Plantation and Family Medicine Si
moils' Livnr Regulator bus no superior
de: 13 dnw Iw
Knllh Well Founded.
In old times, nt tne commencement of every
season, It was the fashion to take a strong cathnr
tlo ns a fljfeKiiril ngalatt t chsnKO ol temperature.
It wiu aworsa than aenstlciis practice, Tho pe"
plnof our Jar understand tho mttter belter. In
slead of Jopletlns tho rystem ihey relnforco It
In tho method they adopt they exhibit awlie de
crimination. Instead of rosorllnRto thn rltlntod
stimulants of commerce, or any of tho compounds)
derived from them, they put their fnllh In th
only absolutely ure Invlgorant procurable, In the)
market Hosatter's Stomach llltters. Their fails.
Is well founded. Merer has any tonls medietas,
been prepared with fiuch scrupulous precision
and connclentous care. It Is a vcgeUble coin
pound of which every Ingredient is sound, whole
some, and 'mcdlclnul' In the true sense of 111
word. Now, no havo three prominent nations)
complaints. One-half tho adult population of ti,
United States nutter moro or less, either from dla
ea uf the stomach, derangement! ofthollvr
or aflrctinns of tho kidneys. In no other land an
der Heaven aro theso maladies so general a la
tills country, and ilostctter's Ditlors la a ipccifla
for them all, unleea organlo In their origls, and,
therefore, beyond cure. And let thote who at
fortunate onottith to be exempt from them at pres
ent understand ono grcAt fact, tin thatan occas
ional U50 of tills s inditing tnnlo will as certainly
prevent them ns thn sun "111 provent thoeartls
from freezing whero Itn genial kenms deseend. .
BAKF.ItY AXD COXFEC-
H. SCHMETZDORF& CO
llavuu far reeoveretl from the effct of tha
htctlroiK In lm itbloto resume btuineM, nvall
tln'innlvn of lhl meihoil to Inform the publle)
lliat Ihey havn of ened a Ilakrry on tho
Cor. Eighth St. ii Wnshlnglon arcnu
Whern they are prrpirrd to servo Ihelr ciittoim rs
with tho of
Cakes, ClirUtiua Candle and Con fee
On the mot reaonallo trm. They will, as
heretofore, lire n full supply of
ix r 33 33X1. aa x.
In the maniificturo nf which Ihey have ncnulroJ.
They reecifiilly snlicitn share of the pa til Id
I DAY miOTIIEIlN.
Anil Agnit of
OHIO IlIVKK A KANAWHA
JtVo. 70 OXXIO 3XrrV30
yooi niTn:.M)i si:
h't'crrxoBior Alias i Co.,
General Commission Merchant
o. lXi, Ohio Levi ,
novlllf CAIRO, ILL.
l. iUlhun. e, o, uh,
JJATIIUSS A: WIL,
1 35 Ohio Lo vcotCAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Special attention kIvoii to the purchaae and sal j
FLOUR & GKA.IIN"
JfXNUXKY 2, 1871,
ROUGH AND READY FIRE
Are pcrfivtiiif nrraneineuU for a Grand,
To b Riven in
In ScheePs Hmll
31 mliiy Jan. $y 1S71.
Theintiiai'riiU.gtoaaiiiiro tho public tlntkv
ellnrt will bo njiared to make the ovcaaloncro-ill
able alike lo Hie company and the ilty.ainl Horilar
ef thepUriinuKenf tlieput.llo.
Let lhoo who fetd iIIshui i,i p viiiiilt.i tha
ii-rnoc. ol tli Company, an.l ejrnelly .Ir.lro its
prosperity, I ny 11,'Krl", hii.I If ..,l,ii., nrtroJ.
'1 he iiivilatinti in to tin. ,iil,lie henerily, mut all
w imI Ih'Ii:u i ll perxoUKttill LcucIcuiikhI,
yyooD and coir.
In proparod to drllvor tho be
Fire Wood Stone & Coal
In nny part of the city, in any miantity lU.lreJ.
Coal Dullvercil ut $4 50 Per Toil.
OKK10i:-llYr Itoerwart, Orll. A Co.'a ilov
: . ! A " "i . ,0 s'lrner of KiKlilli'irae
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