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THE 2D CAIRO BUT .T-iZETIJST, DBOBMBBR 20,
HEW Of IS CBIi
I LLIN0I8 CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Hew Tlssse Table.
On and after 12iJ0, p.m., Sundiiy, Dec.
4tti, in following time table, will govern
tbo arrival and depaflure'of pacnBr
train at Castro:..
Ifatr liil? leaves adltl.. 3:4o'a.m.
Vrn. il II - 9. On .
rvmimmh tJ.u v J.III
Ht. Loult and Cairo Expresss
I evcttj..i.A. '......;. t.rl:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaves at.
St. Louis and Cairo Expreii
A. if. m m
vTlw'laHnkaiW train learaSt; Louls'nt
1O.30 a.m. Tfadnj tan leave Cairo at 1:20
iuti oi, jjuuia at a.ui., ruuiam
n tbo .city .tbroe hours,, and return to
, ' I 1 1 , P . . 1 1
vmru ai t:ti p.m., me snmoaay,
Tho 12:30 accommodation and Cairo and
St. Louis express leavoduly: all othors
leave daily except Sundays. ,
Way'JpMscngtri should bear in mind that
tfrwjMn-i f,n, kiy ton stop-
pfngsbctwoen Cairo and Ccntralia, viz
Jonciboro. Oarbpndala, Du Quoin and
Ashley. The 12:30 p.m., train stops at all
stations aloag, the routo.
tl AS. JOHNSON,
dec3tf " ' Supt., Cairo,
A nice CliiistnJm'prassH-4:a, pair of
Gent's-Sllppert the ntt tba '-City
Hhoe Storo.'"s '-pr -, Gl-
ii - 1
roll pistol. aoa.'cartriftM.aad bowie
kwlvas, go direct to P, JfetTs, No. 70 Ohio
lsod Mk'ova 'n'Ff'oach VlJ a'nd 111 foil sH
"Citj,8lioo Store." , Ot
Till editor of tba Paducah Ktntutkian I
savs. that tSo'ttaa (Men stravelr "told that
Calroraca(vaiwr"'lienefll' from her rail-
roads. .TMvdfteT vaiaes'iaen' who think I
mu wa de-ly a abort remove from
.. a .lc.t S
'- At I eonteBplaiagaglng In tho tea
trad exclusively, X will giro great bar
gains la groceries, dried and canned fruit,
caadiea, Ac-, Ac, to close out ray jstock.
Tsu at New York prices. '
Doc.16. Cv .J. ILPUILLIPS.
thrm wrf rrla wW raesH v tss tax ' Wok
far JEW, osi the UiBrox't and gives notice
elsewhere of kit pureota to make , fouasl
aasoog country Ui-payers. Ho illstMt
M m :ti),1th of 'Jantiarjr; an4 netiios
Jt : ? Biajalar JarsMaliasir Calfo
V'CbaptaT Ifo,'71 K. 'A. M., Tum
V4y evening, Dec .20th, for Instal
lation of offleersand other Important bnsl
neir By order oYthe K.T5.IL
,A raiutziNo night will civo us plcaty
iaa la the Xisslsslppl as)4 'reader naviga.
.U n " TlTu --J.'. " I,
ttatatflaiK Itcdo .ot.urast It alto-
tatter. In that event our bu.Ines. here
will bo Increased nearly a bundrod per
cenf. - rcr , f
KosuSalk. TbsvUBdsrstgaod being de
sirousto cnffaire'ffV"ome oitiorl business
eriby offers for sale all the furnituie and
oa ta'o premises.'-) I
n Eet4l busine
s, can on
v -a '
l4o .Wsjr , , r , , , JOSKPH BlOSS.
Mit.; S"MalsHswr, the successor of J. O.
Bsgsrallrsiswisl ssnafwasaodase, In
.tke.blgsiOsVtStyle of the aotographic art,
all domands for pictures. Ife 'is said (o
bj aneicellent artist. CT
WlatirVwTll sea rccVy 'fail -to eosssmand
attention. 0 , n
Wr SAIEdthe' racier that
fresh Baltimoro oysters and all kind of
iq flyLjlo:fc1"a( lAuls'Hirbort's
raeuea oasiring vatara.(yuio can or;
o, cah: "apla4af thending rates, nt
) same place j tf. ,
gallon havo boen running a festival and
concort duriiiaBi woo;; but not
with very remaakablo' success. aThe co).
orod folks soem to'be gottlng'tlrod of put
ting money iittoShem'. hands.
s) that Usa:proau lofilast
BVsents asaouMod to'onlv
WAMTIB,..lHKXpjATXLY 300 wood
IUL11J1 1 LL- J m
nt tbo varlousv wfis jfSjids, or to I ;
novaotf. 11. JDAL Charleston,
Tua celobrated, Davis sewing jnachlno,
which kas already awuirad a hlih reau-
M3A..i ir.u;M0t wo.
Tba anauai imaaUac foftka .eloctloa of
flvaWraotariwIll be -held at this Baiik
TdeMtfyi 'Mm im, n9Hi 'between !tho
hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 p.ml ' '
Eouls Jw.4pWnrri"ro"tl Hat
fare tlokfurasResl tlitVtlckct office In'
' Iv you want n good, stylish and woll
fltttng suit of clothes, made to or3cr, you
must go to P. Ncu", No. 70 Ohio Lcvco.
Charter Oak Cooking Stoves and
livening Star heating stoves tho lost in
uio for aula by 0. W. Henderson, 100
Commercial Avontio. Sco advertisement.
Messrs. Elliot, Haythorn & Co., would
,rdmlnd tba public that, besides a very large
stock of all kinds of boats and shoes, they
have a full supply of 'Arctic and rubbor
.Tannoes ior laaiot, genuemen, gins nu
keys. Thoy would further remind tho
public that warm, dry foet are essential to
health, and that now is tho tlmo to give
that matlor special attention.
Call and sco tho stock-. tf
UK bdltco business before 'Soulro
"hnnncy to-day was limited to two plain
drunks. John Cunningham and John
Conn el I wero both found In tho "weaving
way" nnd escorted to (ho 'Squiro's ofllco.
As both of them wore vory penitent, and
aj tho 'Squiro was in a good humor ovcra
forty dollar.iuit of clothing that had just
Uon pre-cnied to him, ho lot tho offenders
off on the payment of a
fl no of fl and
Tin: Whito Mftropolltati troupo that
. propose to open up for a week's engage-
muiit, In tho Athcncutn, next Thursduy,
comprlvs two or threo urtlsta who are by
no means strangers to Colra nudlcncus.
Onu of tho number is Mr. J. ll.Turnor.
Tliocompaay is well spoken of by the
Da Quoin Tribune, and, If found to be de
serving, wo hopo Its stay hero will provoo
paying ono; Tbcro Is a dccidcl lack for
respectnblonmuscment this winter.
Tjie ATiir.K.itUM. "Whlto's Metropoli
tan Theater, at tho Alhenaruiii for six
nights only, vlr. : Thursday, Friday, iat
urdar. Mohdar, Tuesday and Wednosduy,
Doc. 23. 24. 2C. 27 and 28. 1670, Doors
0jcn at "o'clock; curtriln rises nt 8 o'clock
For particular sco small posters and
programmes nnd desenptivo bills. Ad
mission, SO cents; reserved scats ,5 cents;
children's 25 ccnU. .
-4t i THEO..S. SUKABS, Agent.
'Th're'eHlnpsoa.clrilaad polite, 1feJp
VTtio sritttrtl try teUo w list's rlahlj
Ills stock li good, bit itore U cln,
Tit no one orar tils store It seen'.''
"W:l, bow," said Dswlciai, with a win,
"I frilly csnnotpitr lilm,
Tba teety doeiu't airtiUar I'V
There aro several Slopsons In Cairo
civil aad polito otioueh. but destined to
starvation If thoy remain Slopsons.
n We 6V net' say that rcrsery'who;fails
to aurerf Ik) in xue nci.irTry is a i op-
son: butwoosay tuai ereryiKKiy who
doc advertise with us is not a Slopion
This we stand ready to verify.
The meat market of Gayord: Co, at the
corner of Washington nvonuo and Tenth
street, is ono of "institutions" of tho city.
It is not only abundantly supplied with
t'C lt of pork, beef, veal, mutton lamb,
- u an;,,.,of
, , ' j orJcr tial wd t0& ,n
- , . . ...
establishments of Uko character
Oayer&iCo. havo had many years ox-
porla.nco as butchers,, and have long ago
learnod tliat It pays best to keep find meats
and command flrst-elass custom. For
choice- moaUf therefore, cut In n neat and
skillful manner, go io '
Market," prusldcd ovci
over by .Gayer - Co,
Messiim. Andorsgn Si lira, tobacconists,
Eighth street, are manufacturing nn A 1.
aVtlcleof flno cut tobacco, which thoy nip
ply to tho trado cheaper tlian a liko article
can be purchasod In St. Louis or Chicago.
VV aro glad to learn that tholr business
Is Improving,- and hope that tho tlmo Is
near at band when'they will supply not
only tho retail dealers of Cairo with tholr
- . . . .. .... ...
flno cut, out enjoy i uomanu inai win
compel them to introduce steam.
That clover gentleman and exporiencea
tobacconist, Otis A. Osborn, la connected
with tho homo of Messrs. Anderson &
Faksu moot? served In tho neatest and
most' cleanly manner, can always bu found
In ubundanco for tho trado, nt tho Central
Meat market of Fred Koehlor & Co., on
Washington -avenue, i fow doors boluw
Tenth. None but tho finest cattle, thcoi),
Mill b'og3"nroslftUBMo?cd, nnd, consequent
ly efery body who patronizes tho. Central
Meat inarket can rost satlsfioU that ho or
sho will bo Supplied with tho best meats to
he found in Cairo.
m Ous.tomcr' baskets delivered In any jart
qf tiro, city,
, ' gterFrosIi sausago every morning, If
'Splknoid Fiiicsu Mbats. Jas.,Kynas.
ton cornor ,cf Ninotoenth und Poplar
streets, has on band und is slaughtering for
tnotraao, sonio or tuo.anost. peeves oyor
brought, to Cairo, For the holidays ho
has'piircbased flvo head of cattlo thut can-
'ttot'bo sarpasstdfono of them a four year
old, weighing ono thousand eight hundrod
ix) und i pross.
Cltizons of ho Fourfl!
i y t " r
Rlyp..thartero w,JL be HooUngyf tho
atoeklioldera'Of tboCllyvNatl6ailBisuk on
TucssfcyllJauuftry lOtJii 1871, for tho par
posa of electing soven Directors to servo'
during tba ensuing year.
dtgiWW A. B. HATFOKD, Cmli.
pork. nxutVon, xeal,, lu)V, und sausago Ip
any nUftjitliy des,lrod;and 'on satisfactofy
terms. "Sdd card In" ario'fhor 'column-. tf
f . .
DOLL . HEADS,
TOY TEA SETS
CHINA, AND OP
a1 f .3 A r y
TIN (HORN6,W .
TOYlCDPS,- 1 '
. .S" I . 'li .
' : CHRISTMAS.
- . TREES,, l tl
"," PENNY TOYS,' -
TEA SETS FOR ONLY f 18 00.
POCKET CUTLERY. "
HAS jo JJ3WH3MU8
' '. 1 - i at ,! j J-1 t "
Y v ' i-s
Prrbonv whose physical condition re
quires toning up should use Maynard's
Star Bitters. Thoy are pronounced tho
bast in uso. Of unquestioned purity, thoy
Buy bo used with porfect safety by malo
or fomalc, young or old. Thoy are man
ufacturod by K. II. Mnynard, Pittsburg,
and conjbo obtained In any quantity des
Ired. through our druggists.
N. P. B. An assortment of tbo finest
delicacies and Christmas presents nt Bris
tol & StllweU's, No. 32 Eighth street.
Sccdloss and London Layer raisins, pitted
cherries, Turkish pro no, peeled peaches,
Za'nto currants, N. Y. dried apples, nuts,
flro works, London bulscuU, sugar bowl
and goblot Jollies, (fine), Shaker preserves,
cand fruits, sleighs, toy wagons, parlor
carts, and a flno lot of confectionery toys.
Call and tee. dec20tat
Pianos and organs of tho most popular
mako, tbo best finish and finest tone, can
bo purchased from Messrs. E.& W. Budor,
corner of Eighth street and Washington
avenue, on as good terms as they can ho
hnd in St. Louis, Chicago or Cincinnati.
They also keep a full stock of violins,
guitars, flutes, ;flfos, accordcons, flutlnat,
drums, flagoolcts, vlollncellos, etc., nny ar
ticle of which they will sell on as good
terms as thoy can bo secured anywhere In
tho Northwest. Don't buy else whero until
you havo examined tho stock at Sudor's
SWBX By request of members who do-
Qt7i,dctlro to attend tbo lecture this
cvoning of tho Young Hen's Christian As
sociatlon tho special meeting called by
Alexnndor Lodge No. 224, 1.O.O.F. for to
night, will bo held over until to-morrow
oycnlng, (Wednesday, 21st), when, If re
quired, the Lodgo after closing, will open
in tbo degrees. Members aro carnoitly
requested to attend at 7 o'clock $harp.
21 E. A. BURNETT, N, O.
Titr. Catholic fair and festival In Phillls'
Hall, cornor of Levco and Tenth strocls,
was well attended last night, notwithstand
ing tho inclemency of tho nlght,'and passed
off as happily as could be doslrcd. Tho
entertainment will continue two nights
longer, and will no doubt draw out a full
lieiuo each evening. Two attractive fea
tures of tho ontortninroent sro : tho award
by ballot of a lino album to tho most pop
ular young lady in the city,- and the rafflo
for a flvo hundrod dollar piano. Bear In
mind tho time to-night' end. to-morrow
night, and thoplacc-PltJllls' Hall, and be
Tuk best of fresh meats, Including bocf,
pork, lamb, venison, mutton, veal, sausago
etc., can be secured from tbo meat shop of
John Pctrle, corner of Washington avenue
and Fourteenth strcsct, In uny quantity
desired. Pctrlo is an experienced butcher,
kills nono but the finest and fattest ani
mals, and deals with men, women and chil
dren alike, fairly and honorably. Custo
mers may send their children with .every
assuranco that any kind of meat called fur
will bo furnished, and full weight given in
every instance. OJorlng thanks for thu
patronngo horotoforo extended, ho asks h
continuance of tho sumo promising to glvo
satisfaction to everybody. docllm
The Rev. Mr. Bartlett's lecturo
"John Chinaman" will bo delivered in tho
Athonwum this ovoning. While it is the
opinion of somo that tho reverend gentle
man has boen unfortunate in the selection
of his subject, it is nevertheless truo that
few subjects are moro Intimately connected
with tho futuro or our industries, or form
a moro perplexing subjoct for thought with'
tltoio to whoso hands aro charged tho affairs
of tho Ropublic.
'Tho groat ability of tho loc
turer -is- nu ample guaranty that
"John Ghiuaman" will be presented
in all tboso relations that can affect Amur
l:ati politics, American Industry or Amorl
cm society In tho most forcibly, pUuil-'
bio and entertaining manner.
Wo hopo that onough of our cltizons
will faco tho Inclomonclcs of thu night to
fill tbo hall, and thus glvo tbo assuranco
that wo not only apprccluto tbo woll
known talent of tho" locturor, but Indorso
tho purpose of tho Young Men's Christian
association to furnish tho public it rational
nnd profltablo means of ontortainmont.
NowiiKitE in tho city do the ladles find
a finer, moro fushlobablo or hotter assorted
stock of marinos, silk and Irish poplins,
lustres, alpacas, and dress goods and trim
mings generally than ut Qoldstlno and.
Rosonwatcr's, 138 Commercial avenue.
And not loss attractive Is the stock of
mink axo otuxk yuns,
staplo nnd fancy dry goods, gloves, hosiery,
Tor tho male portion of tho commun
ity tho firm has provldod ono of tho best
assorted stocks of clothing and gents' fur-
;nisbiug goods tu be found Inhg.Stato of
(Illinois. The supply Jof pleco goods,
cloths, cttsslmeres,jjeans,satlnatU, woollen
und cotton goods, white, colored nnd varl
catod Yarns. Is not surpassed In tho city :
l-L .1 .''-.'- it.'.. n'mtinVnl'illiiniiln'
uuu.aa' w ,suo itv ..vmjv,..
will satisfy any ono that
ooi.nifiVi5 1 noiEjivf atbV 'cahhot bk
uxuvrso uu .a.",
!' 'iVYf their putposo to sell a'largtf'qjian
tlty of jfoqds Jhjs wJttVer, and to Induco
tha baople' to, buy thoy propose to offer
'bargains' that can bo secured In no ithor
raspoctibfe houso In tbe,cltr.''T . d0iWf
KEEP IT BEk'ORHTIlE PEOPLE
IS TuMtlof Ncl.tPMicaiVae, la
l8thlii!ad Jted stock
oioiuinsrHsiocUf supes, naw, cups, irunxs
it is nia.purposo iw emoarsc mora ostie ni
Mlvmlu In.SKA tinoTptinnt tallnvtlio. anil
mining goous business uonco tuo 'jcslrv
toclosoout tho stock abovo enumrato.,
Local Brkvitiks. The coldest day' of
the season December 20th. T " .
--The public schools will take one week's
vacation commoncing next Friday.
The glazed condition of tho sidewalks
has brought out an army of boys on
Tho Plnckneyvllllans are paying a
threo, dollars school tax. Fifty cents is
considered pretty "sleep" in Cairo.
-Go to tho ledums to-night and learn
what Is to bo tho future tatu$ of John
Chinaman' T Never mind tho cold..
Don't forget the Rough and Readies'
ball, fixed for January 2d. It will boa
grand affair. Everybody ought to buy a
Cotton is coming forward at tho rato of
about ono thousand bales per day. Tho
Marblo City brought up oyer eight hund
red bales last night.
The box factory or Mossrs. Pcoblos &
Co. Is rapidly taking shape. It will bo a
vory strong structure, fronting on the
lcvco ono hundrod feet and running
back about eighty. '
Messrs. Gambia & Co., havo their
building and btacksmithory ready for oc
cupancy. Thoy proposo to double tho
slzo of their main building somotime dur
ing tho winter.
Mr. Scaso is rushing tho work in the
custom bouso. Ho has thirty or forty car
penters and laborers constantly engaged
And seems determined to put through the
Job in short order.
Messrs. Morgans, Parsons & Eamcs,
havo purchasod tho Tenth stroot pump
engine, paying therefor tbruo thousand
dollars in cash. Thoy will tiso tho englno
to drlvo tho machinery of their spoko and
A largo portion of our local spaco is
occupied by businccs notices not very
fascinating reading mat tar for tho goneral
roader, but quite as interesting to ua as tba
biggest sensation or bloodiest murder that
can bo Imagined. 4
IIOLLlDAT GOOUS VOR TUB MlLtlOK.
Messrs. E. & W. Budcr, Jowoler, corner
of Eighth street nnd Washington avenue,
havo inado largo purchases with an especial
view of accommodating tl.o holiday de
mand. They havo a lino stock of silver
and plated ware in sots and by tho plcco,
of tho latest patterns, plain or elaborately
ornamented to suit tbo varied tastes of the
million. Thoy also havo a largo assortmoilt
nf jewelry; flngor rings of all kind, gold
and silver watches, breast pins, sleeve bu.t
ttms, gold neck and guard chains, brae fi
lets, gold nnd silver thimbles, napkin
ring!, handkerchief holders, gold specta
cles, charmst' lockets and- everything ol so
ordinarily found in tho largest and b( 1st
supfjliqtl JowSlfy es'tablWiAenU. '
' Parlios desiring appropriate and las tit ag
holiday goods oaa find them in no greater
abiiniiuuoa, or at iBoreeaonall )ri. m
than at Messrs. Sudor's. Call and exa ra
ino their stock. dccJOtif
Boots and. Shom. Just rccolviJ a
largo stock of . Boots, Sb9cs, Fancy goods,
etc., at the "City Skoa Store," In addition
to tho large stock on band," which wo will
sell cheaper than the very, cheapest, to
meet the requirements of tho bard times.
And it would be to the .Interest 0f all pur
chasers of boots and shoes to examino our
stock aad prices before buying elsewhere.
Also, a ism stock of Fancy goods, as
Ladles' Watte goods, Embrolderio s, Rib
bona, Velvets) Buttons, Veiling, Gloves
and Gauntlots, in Kid and Buckss.ln, La
dies' MlsscV.aud Children's Hose, etc., etc.
To our Ladies' Misses' nnjlChiUrfin's cus-
. tomusado. allocs wo would .call pa rtlcrtlar
Corner Commercial avenue and 8th at.
Cairo, Ills. - CP
Christmas Presents at tka Dollar Store
at Oacllairthe llsuwal Coat.
Pearl sots, four pieces, ?1.
Two flno sauco dishes wltb covers, St.
Eight .flno goblet for SI.
Music Folios, only $1.
Flno writing dosks, only $1.
Call nt tho old stand of Mrs. (hm aid's,
128 Commercial avenue. , :lt
Closing Out Sale.
Twonty-flvo thotuond dollar wo rth of
rcndy.mado clothing, hats, cap, boots,
shoes, trunks nnd valescs nro offer ed for
lalo by P. Ncff, 70, Ohio Love, (at i AC
TUAL COST PRICES, It lingC hit In.
tcntion to closo out In that lino at id cm
bark cx u oly, and'inoro oxtenslvj ply in
tho furnishing goods and tneTchant tailor
ing business. "" "
This closing out sulo furnishes an oppor
tunity to secure clothing chenpei than
ovor before offered in this market.
As horotofo'reanBauncod, the D.ev.W.
A. Bartlett, of Chloago, w'.n deliva r a lec
turo nt. pio Atboneuw, o n tx- 1 u ssduy
ovuniiig,th620th, athlf paatseTrn o'clock.
Subject t JohpClibsvflMtn." Admis
sion GO cenUj Ticke'a 4ir sale at t ho book
stores of W. B. Reehwjili Co au d II, At
Unnuon. t ,
Mr, Bartlctt'rsAls among thu JUh lac-
l.-i la -.A
and Tnt -rc,t 0f tlio FitbJTcY l(
hitHk'tlihalssujlT.rJif f ( "
c Mtmi so spent moro proutaoi y or jno
antly than bylls&nlngtUot.aloptcd.and
text j. .. nt
p.rm.oivnlco Family? F.loui
Lialf bbls., sacks,, to., for sale at fnoE.tjyp
llan Mill?. A
turer knowa ' tlte oountry; a.idf it Is
liopednhatVit'je pUaiaiar satlfat:t,l.')n H
gavobenfflisetariSt-hora threo or tt
A LARUE stock of furnishing goods of nil
kinds always on hand at P. NclTs, No. 70
Ohio Lovcc. decOtf
Tho Lndics of tho Catholic congrega
tion will hold a Fair and Festival (Christ
mas week) in Mr. J. 11. Phillls' Hall cor
nor Tonth street nnd tho Lovcc, commenc
ing Monday evening ,tho ItitU Inst., nnd
will continue during tho threo successivo
Thero will bo a varied assortment of nu
tractive nnd fancy articles to suit tho tnsto
A. beautiful Album, to bo awarded .by
ballot to tho MOST POPULAR' YOUNG
LADY In tho city. A VERY FINE
NEW PIANO which cost flvo hundred
dollar!, to bo rallied for at ono dollar per
Nothing will bo left undono to plcaso
all. Suppor, fifty cents; admittance, 2
Tho public nro invited to attend.
Doors open at 7 o'clock p.m.
, Deo. 2 & Tuo. F. & ,10, 20 & 21. ,
Shell oysters received every day by
D. Lamiikkti Ohio Lovco, between
Eighth nnd Tenth streets, has enlarged
and improved his shnvlng nnd hair-cutting
saloon nnd is prepared to chnvo custo
mers In first class style.
Clean towels, sharp razors nnd courteous
attention 'nro among tho attractions of tho
Arlington, Columbia, I. Ida Norvell, I'liicih
mctalor, HtLouli, Knta Itol.lmon, (,'id.,-
Cbarltoa, '. Murbia Oily, Mmilil,
T Dean, Tnllniua, Jsnshrlllf,
(jbamroek, " Virginia, Louittillr,
Arllnaton. Columbni, I.i.U .Nornll, 1'a.liicnh,
Taliaman, Nsahrill, Ulciitor, Luul.yillc.
VirKinlr. New Orleaoi, K Hobin.pn,
tiluvDirock, Cincinnati, viol Ilclle, OnuchlM.
Tho rain ceased yestorday evening
and the tomporaturo gradually fell during
tho night, until tho mercury roso In tbo
thermometer indicating 27. It rose a fow
degrees aftor daylight, and snow fell for
an hour or two! but in small quantities
only. Tbesky Is still overcast with clouds'.
The river has .risen four incites sinco
Tho Mississippi Is stationary at S(.
Louis and full nf ico. Dispatchos wero
received hero this morning ordering nil
the the Memphis nnd Vlcksburg packets
to gono bigbor than Cairo, and this city
may now bo considered as tho head of nav
igation on the Mississippi. It is fourteen
years since navigation was' .suspended bo
low Cairo, and thon only for u short tlmo.
Tho'proscnt winter promise to bo a hard
one,aiiU tow .i.j. vtiu ma aoralu.
Tho, Ohio Is stationary, nt Pittsburg,
with sir foct water in tie channel.. It Isf
rising at Louisvillo with four foot witter in
tho chuto ovor tHo fulls. It Is rising nil
tho waythenco to Cairo, with nearly soven
foct wator In tho channel.
Tho Cumberland is again falling with
scant threo fret on narpcth shoals.
Uusincss hero continues good.
Tho Thompson Dean is receiving
about 300 tonshoro. Tho principal por
tion of her receipts was rcshlppcd hero by
tho Wild Duck from Pittsburg.
Tho Talisman brought about 100 tons
for roshipment to St. Louis nnd thoSotilh,
and several tons assorted freight and tur
keys for Cairo. She returned .last night
with a fair amount of groceries for Cum
The Alarblo City brought 830 bales
cotton for roshipment East per rail.
Tho Thompson Dean loaves horo for
Now Orleans this ovoning Shu has been
running aoout two years und has novor
beon aground. This spoaks woll for tho
management and onro of Captain Poppor
Sho is ofllceivd throughout with cxpefl-.
unccd stcamboaUuvu, anil ntl'.tbly gentle
Tho Armada has resumed her plnco ns
n daily Cairo and Pud mult packet.
Tho Qutckstop is tho regular packet
for Xvansvlllo, nnd City of Chester for
Memphis this ovcuing.
MoaiiiT Krenini;? I'e1 1, isjo..
We note rdcpided chntigo for thu hotter
In ourgoncrnl market. Business Is becom
ing more active, and our morcltuuts aro
in excellent spirits. From Chicago, St
Louis, and all surrounding markets w
hear complaints of restricted' b'pqrflons
and decrease in business, ,but in oar market
tbeeomplalnU of dull tiuM aro giving
way to aatUfactlon, at t)to proved of an
a.etiq' biylaesa soasw allien lies immo
dlivtely before ua.1 The pre.cnt "cold snap"
wliroporato tour advantage, by starting
the ico to touting In the Mississippi nnd
making us the actual brad of navigation.
fh near approach of f.hfi. Christinas
hrfidays is. b.ving a,RoodoiTcouppn reta!,
business, and all kindaof. Christmas gocU
commandidy sale.at gcAdpTlcM., Turr
keys, for holiday, consumption, i afo in
dematid, ana tuo supply i "
aaeetsitieiof thu market, r 1 K k-j
ViU'lfe jccn" . that the KIourtrada m.
the WwePgrtulflsis.WoN,'iqV "ui tliat
iha Corn fifo IrtTsflcnVdehwaJ, But jho up
plyof.Hy U-soiuowjV'v AlViV" oC'1?0
AUhou.n tne raio ot ire.'gi" ' ""v 7
'l.nulbjr rlvor'aie'liltthfr and tlio lUiQcuit
HaWf JttHaidWt VW"PBr
ry .-.,.11 A J I...
chancod and tho condition of tho h vot from
here to K e w Orlsaim is nil that could bo do.
sired. In n fow weeks from title tlmo all
boats will load nt this pon. '
Cotton, In largo quantities, continues to
arrive for shipment over the Illinois Cen
tral for points East. Saturday night and
Sunday ovor 1,900 balos were discharged
from two stenmors, and transferred to cars
within n very fow hours.
FLOUR Wo nolo nn Incrcweof price
in tho lower grades nnd nn irc.ease In the
demnnd. Tho domand for the higher,
grades Is not morojtctlve than it was at
tho tlmo of Issuing our last report and
prices romaln nt tbo last quotations. The
ftlcs were l
KiMil, Winter Supers, from store...-... (flat M
" Low ' " .....1 00" "
to " xoprlns.... see J
" XX, f,om, to,, 3 H .
2M " XX, Vnt.t wheat 6 ft)
W " XXX. " - , S9Ca00
Tho City Mills report tho following
sales ' y
60 bbls Super
to " Low Super.
1W XX.. ......
1W " x.x........
IIH(lHHl(,tMM A 00
.., 7 00
M " Family
OATS. The mnrket Is active, and all
rocoivod flrd ready sales at good prices.
Wo noto tho salo this week of two ctrt in
bulk, on track, light, at 38c ; 175 sacks, from
storu, nt -Mc; 270 bag, doll verdd,' at 44c;
and 7 cars, In sacks, delivered, nt 43c Tha
quotat'on In bulk Is an exception to the
rulo In this mnrLct.
1 1 A Y I s plmty. Tho market Is abund
antly supplied, and prices lmva a down
ward tendency. Thu sales were, 2 cars
.Mixed ut $17 00, and 125 bales Timothy
at ?18 00 per ton. '
CORN, Tho market continues firm,
nnd prices nro well maintained. Recti pta
aro not In excests of tho demand, which
is active. Sales were
2Ciri Mixed, n Mtks. ilcllrcreil &lo
" " in built, oa track 41o
0 " " White, delivered o
sacks Mlxoit, delivered Me .
CORN MKAL.-100 bbls. of Kiln
Dried, sold ntSv 00. , i
itirrrKiii. u .i i
itions. Otubi Nouhern sold at 2Si: At
packages chdico roll nt 30c j 5 packages
Northern nt 22(WIOc nnd 3 packages at 20c.
EGGS Aro enrco and in good domand.
juu iui7.ru (Dm ut juc.
POULTRY Chickens aro plenty and
dull. Turkeys nro scarco and In domand.
15 Coops Chickens sold at $2 OOQU 00,ond.
5 dor.., Inrgonnd fat, nt 13 0 per doz.
A PPLES. Scnrco nnd high. 109 bbls.
ciioh'i) umi aiss uu(tn ou.
UiUbi.. 10 bbls. sola at 8 Otm 60;
SUNDRIES. 10 bbls. N. Y. YlnfEnr.
fiJiiiUlo; nt ItfciOo per gallon; 3 bbls.
SorKtimnl-IOc nereallon! CO boxes Uln.
and 2. Y. Factorv CIimm: frAm' tttt
hiVids, round lot, nt ICo.
IIKIWTKE? NALK OP itEAr
. ia,BATJS..r .r. - H
lowlnltdvMirilieil ri-jl tiluta. lo.wlti Thannnh.
mil 'l"cr of ilin iiorllif.i.t ouatlVr of :stlon
InuulN'rrn im i"r toon-lil,. uutilVvra.laiitrKu
IK) aomli Maiminmitwrail sua lt.wttj thaSl
princliul men tla. in I'ultoM Vsiaw, f linol..
In trul, ii'iwurcr, iliit In e.Ko'nr lieftnisin ih,.
nirmentnr hai.iimnrnn liuiilre.l doUandiia
fff.1l f nld U ,11. Wlllumt to th UDdSniiraa.l. .n.l
l-arublB lv uofo dated ,iiu.t rjtli. i thrna
niuntlm idler date, w lirinterfit nftur .i,..i..
nt ten jnr cent per annum, orennllni; to tHa tenor
nnd eiteet of aul.l prominory nota, tiiat shea tba
un'inraii,-uri eiiuuni ruveol lu avll ld real
vtti, and (setjiila tv tlto pttrchver a'siswd antl
iutllclent deoil ffr the conTprsnetf f nit tsw rlihu
t;tle. and interejt of the sl!l Ml Wlllsa.i br
ant l nut Keedconyejeitas aforiil) ttLtbun'
dertlicned. . , U
Aha ntiereiif. neither ailil nniy nn. .n ..Ai.
tlinreof lu. .ti iald by ihasali' W. M. William
or branjr oilier pron, defauls harm bn ma. la
tlieren. ,.Nv- therefore, In Hiriuno of She rro
viuon. of i-ald Tnut Hep.l. nni n. i,i.. .
tliat In aevutdaaee itiib the term vt sld Truss
I'ead, 1 will, tn ' " p
ti a t urilay.She a 0 1 It SUjr mt Jmmmmxj, 1 8T
UdiTeeiilho lioura of ten oVloeL-. a.m..
o'cliKk, I'.in., at tlm front door of tha Court
iinmn in mivciiy oi mirn sisisani Skiuuli.
llllno'. proeee.l to eell at piilHlOTtndu, to Slsa
hisli--t bulilur for casli. thereat cttata herainba.
lore llCrllHx lomll.fv tbo debt ilna an.i iiiimI.1
n. alori'.ald willi llio coiti and chtrxes of aal4
trust and will Axccuto to ihi pitrchajier.a dead
tberefor. . . W3s. A: WsVSjTOM.
Cairo, DeoeinN i 1,1ST0. (dacJOasSawM)
Tlio midenlsneil will penoaallr attaast at the
lllfi'reri6-ra:)uela la Alaxandar Ooaol for l
iMiii"f ui miit'cunjc 1110 amim anu counij Tax
for tlm year l70ft tuo tlmea and piacaa.foUfiSK
io.',U)-ritT - .
CI.KMt OrtllKIC, at Cti.tra.1 A Provo's iter.
in- '11111 ot uear cravK, Tuesday, January lotto.
1TI. i . k
1 11 1. 111.-, ni iiunina urawn-w aure. laeua.
We lnebiy, January llth, lsil.
HAN'TV rn.at Vlrifil DatanaVa store. San la 9m.
'riin.' r, January lath, 1W1.- '
fiOOKIf LAND, at M. I). Ounter's store, Ooeae
MM Friday, January lith; ftJ '
InXi TOOTir. ut (bo lioilie of n. p. Dryaal.
(Uio Tom Martin ilaee) tsstuniay, Jsnuary ltu
I'AirjUWOOD.Ht KialiMitaef Jacob UarUlaa.
rrlday, January ISIthfltJlj---
UNITY, at .lulu IvnutU's store, tally JsaturdSf.
January lath,U71. , . -
IwilliUtuattenilaltbo.Coiut Houaa. In Calf.
iluriiiri tlm uju'nUiuf IMfinrjr rr aaJ4jai,e
N. II. TMiayera will ba U til.Hjtog wUH
tbati) tlulr lillJrd.or laat j"a tax locals!)
PMntmr AlexandsrCounly a4Ex-OfnoioOaU
tlairo, llllnol,icrabar f, M'9, j dawSw
Cojocr ttHltltiraalsi lslo Laves
Orvr X'loccat's Oroeery Store, informs tbe raoale
of Caita itut fia ha pMabe4 'ryj f tfltts.l in last
of J.,,9, tlsRvupl, u'tkliVJ Jt.ono of,tjB most coav
lleiolu lbs Wul. Itu i-aow Htpaial totloaU
'llnlNir-ulc nlil line, from tha BMAI.LBVT
jUN'ATUIMT XO1 Ul'E ji CpTKAlTH. it
inikoatlm nsvv -4 i,
UKMHHAXPT JfJLCt imp.
plcturoii tulcimjiljhree (o four ocouai 014 slo-
turi'i copied and enlaruod. Con
Coma ooe, coaMatl
iMdthi-?tAntioMiia uia ut dacsxsst
w m'! fjt sfl Utt'j jlj'fl 'llasff""M 'saaasi
i . linen sjfoj jLtiBaa'ljt'J'.it
1) A.VlfJf. M -
1. .'"if iuy ins-ueatcama,!
sua snis uw it iewfci 10 an aoy imkm
friih nicants from uoo SMSkal t) lass thai
Vhiresi, pjr.p -iitu of a crt.Mp.ld ot Trul
birln iiMo. Aiijinti)i, lfirt.an.iduljiwuril.
rd Inthe r.y'otrij i or J'nliitklcoualr. III.
inof,,in loU "t" of MciTs.'rwi.i.W it.
WllltanWilld 'iWlTfr te thenndeYviLn.1 Sha fni.