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EES CAIRO BTTLLTIISr, XBOjBla:BElE 22.
Tin: public school will closo to-morrow
fr u vacation.of eleven days. They, .will
f',oKiii on Tuesday January Srd. '
Taiikk llrothors wi;l f,'iv i fair price f r
ol I tjolil or llvcr, In cash or exchange for
KtxxU, j M t declltf
. . i ii mm . -an-
A Jileh Chjistrriat present is ,n pair of
!uiij Slippers the. fnuisl nt tlia "City
Slides' Stoni. Ct
I'ou pistols nnd cartridges nutl hotvlo
knives, go ilircci to V, Nell's No. "0 Olilo
No litur iiMorttntiit of toll Jay gfxlc:
1 f j.itid In llio marhct tluin li to Iw see
l TiiW IJr.n., holh of Ui'-ir own tun! for
;fgn iMHtiuf.ii tiirc. " dcr 2ltf.
It-vott want a goo I, stylish ami well
llttm;; fuilof tlutlit uindo to order,, you
iniitto to J'. efT, Jo. T.! Olilo Levee.
V: ruccivcd a call to-dav front Cut
Mr.jro editor of tliu Kamas City Daily
T.ik- a , niott companlonnMo nntl ititclll
Bt ijrntlemari, "nil Democratic to the
ore. Hi U tlio guest of Lrotlior-ln
law, V. V. Thornton, Eq.
i'.KUkUuitit'thu daneo nt .l'hillit' hull
to i ij;lt, Qtilt it large ir,'y "f young
folks will ho present! a lino hand lias
hrn engaged, n fid n rcnl gay time Is unti
rivaled. Tho proceeds will ho applied ton
Fou .Sai.b. 13hindiirs1t;ne"J bohr d
f.rcu to eiicnse in omo other htisln'-is
Jwrr'y ouc-r for tali) nil thoTurnlturo and
fixture in t!'o Central hotiM on Gtli t.,
nt pr!v..to !c. l'r.rlieuiliinj;toni;s
ii li itul.lUkin.., cull on. thu. premises.
We detiro tn..rer.Iiid' tho render that
In ah Italttmjri oyster nnd nil J.id of
Knim Injseason, nro crvcd night or dny
Innnr stylo-de-Ip I, ft ..: H rl rt's
l'arties deslriii;; oyt rs by tho uu or
en', can bo supplied nt tho ruling rate. rt
tin initio place. . , tf.
Tlio minimi tiKh-tin- for tlio election of
llvu Diritturt wllUm bold i.t tbU llnnk,
Tin.dnv. Jnn. 10th, Ifs'l, Utweon tbo
li ait of 10 o'cljcl n.m. nd A jwn,
Kllctios Notiok. N'otico Ii hereby
llvu that thero will bo n meeting of tbo
hlocUbolder ofJhoC'Ity National liatiL on
Tuesday, JnnuVy it", 1871. f"r tbo pur
I .i t f idoctlng rn Dlrmtton to rvo
diiri!, tho ormilri-4 your,
detlXltd A. n. KAFKOni). Cnh.
r A tpeclnl tneotln of lelta
Lodso No. 5C8 l A. il., will bo
VI"M it Mmm.iiIc Hull, thin (Tbun
ditvi ovur.t.ij;, Dec. 2'J, for work in tho
t'.lrd drgrce. M. L. DUNNING,
U i: bit farmed uvor the Inket In our
vicinity t.t anhleknoH of two or.thrco
iiit.be, furnlthlng t'lij boy uu Inimdniu
iiMount c( ri'oreaJoi lit the way of kat
In,;, liuito a number o our younj lallci
urn cxpvrt !;utcr, mid are avnllltig them-
Ivuof tbo opportunity ulrorded lliuui
for h'wini; oil" tbulr utility in that rc-
I - ;
N. 1'. It. An iinortimiit of l'io nm-t
d w y and Cbrlttuia prcswiU nt Uri
t 1 .V 3tmvJ; No. S2 3:ihth''lrcct.
-Hen and London Lsycr rnlilnr, pltti-d
i ,'rr;.-.i, T(ir!;lh prunes, pc'cled pericliei
.into currant, N.Y. dried nppb", nuti,
Ik,, worki, l-otid )i biilyyiti, jtjsarJbDWl
mi 1 jjobl-t Jfcjlfof, fhnoj, ha'Kor j.rejurvoj,
i.us.l frulU,tilolKh, toynvaou,-iwr!or
..rt, iiu.1 u fine Ut of isoiifovtloiwry toyi.
V ,H and wo. ' ' ilecJOtnt
1' ii.it KbtidnoM l nearly "played out,"
fitriiihlni jio Iti'in of u tnoro fcii'iittonal
mtitro than plain dnuiLi, casci of dlior
dt rly c-enduct, etf.
A p' ldl r of baiidkcrchlef, hoso and
cu-pf ndri was brousbt beforo Shaniu-i'T
vctiTday evening, and lined ?10 mid tbo
iiMial trimming, for puritilng hU vocation
within tho limits of tho corporation without
n lleeiiiol Ho thoii;ht tbo ponalty out of
all proportion wlflt tho olfunsc, and took
occ ii'Ion to refer to our city council In a
manner nioro forelblo than comjdlinentary-
Wo aro glad toloarn, an wo do from
undoubted authority, that cx-shorlft'Dyor
of I'ulatki cciunty, will boablo to pay
every dollar ho owe to tho county. Ho
ha settlod with tho State, and but for tlio
default of friend, whoin.iii tho klndreij of
hU heart, ho. truHod for taxes etc., lib
would havo been ablo to pay over on
doniand tho amount duo tho county. Ho
it in a condition now to do so, but not
beforo barbed-tongued elandor had com
menced availing his charactor.
MkssiisT Ellfot, Haytltorn & Co., would
remind tho public that, beside a very largo
stock of nil kinds of boota nnd shoes, thoy
have a full supply of Arctlo and rubbor
overshoe for ladies, gcntlomcn, girls and
boys. Tlioy would further remind tho
public that warm, dry foot araosiontial to
health, and that now la tho timo to givo
that matlor (special attention.'
Call and sco tho'stock'. f
Shell oysters received overy day by
iTitr.tft. J.oufs Dtmccmt fay "Cairo lies
a j)ellleiico in thorshnpo of thiore?, va
gruntj, gambler and confidence men."
Cairo hatt Ucn curcd in tho manner lt
dlcitod, but It now happily rid of tbo
"poatilonee," tlio thieves, vatjrnnt, gam
bloriiand confldnco men, who constituted
tho "pojlllcnco ' having jjono homo to
.Memphis, l'aducnh and Kvansvlllc.
VASflvn.Li:, Indiana, h a "sweet
ppot." A suit U pending thero against u
citizen soventy-two years of age, instituted
by n gushing female of twenty, who
swears thtt tho old man seduced her, and
then violated his promlio to marry hoi
Another fcmalo of twenty-seven sues tho
saino old chap for slander nnd breach of
promise. Tho wicked old Lothario Is said
to bo ono of the wealthiest citizens of the
cltyv ' .
TiiK'ATitri:;.uVr'. While's .Metropoli
tan Theater, at tho Athenseum for six
nlghti only, viz.:" Thursday, TVMay, sat
urday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
Duo. 'J'2, 2 1, 20, 27 and 28, 3870. Doors
open nt "o'clock; curtain rise at 8 o'clock
For'partlculart see small posters and
programme mid descriptive bilit. Ad
tnl'tfon, CO cents; reserved scats cents;
ahlldroti's 25 celitt.
" -It TIIKO. S. 1511 KAHri, Agent.
. Tiik album for tho most popular young
lady in tho city, was awarded last night to
31 in Kato Crowb-y, she having received
lCOof tljo'JJI votes cmt. Mist Kutu'.
principal romiietltor was Mis Dlbbio
(Jrowley. Mi .Maggie Aubrey, .Mary Mc
Crthy. .Mary Kelly nnd Mary A. Malo
ney wore also voted for.
Tho plano wns not rallied ofl. As n
namltfr of obanoes remain untold, pit rti-?
wislilng a tint class instrument might in
vest n fmv dollars In tlekuls to gowl advan
tng'. The rafllo will take pluco In a fuw
. m, , in., n.i
Tut: meat market of Gavcr & Con at tho
curner of AVhIiiton avenue nnl Tenth
tract, It odd of 'institutions" of tho citr.
It U not only nbtindnntly suppll! with
tlfbeit of pork, be'f, veal, mutton Iamb,
lausasf, ttv., but It presents an nir of
I nr.lintjij nnd order that Is rarclv seen hi
ostabllshmenU of llko character.
Gavcr & Co. havo had many years ex
perience as butchers, and havo long ago
learned that It pays best to keep fine moata
and command flnt-clais custom. For
choice m&tU, therefore, cut in a neat mid
killful manner,-go to '-Tho l'oople's.JIcat
.Mrket." tiresideil over by Gavcr & Co
3'iikmi meats, served in tho neatoi. and
most cleanly manner, can nl way bo fturi"
in abundance for tbo trade, nt tho Central
Meat marktt of Fred JCoehlcr V C.,' on
Wiihhingtou avenue, a few doon below
Tenth. None but tho tlneit cnttk'. sheep,
and hogs arulHUghtrel, aiMconscpieut
;yev ryb(ly who patronlsto tho CVntral
Mont market cult ro.t ntii!eU that ho or
ho will be iiipjilled with tho bott meats to'
be found in Cairo.
Customers' baskets delivered in any p.irt
of tho city.
CifFrcsn sauiago overy morning, tf
Tiii: Whllo Jlctropolltan troupo an
nounce a purposo to remain In tbo city for
'x nights only. s o bopo that they will
receive sull'.clent pntronairo to ludui-o
ht-m to protract their stay. Cairo is largu
enough to mihtaln it thonier ktlio winter
iiiMtign, ana u svouia won; to mo moral
good of our rMng generation If sin' would
Tho Metropolitan troupe, wo aro as
sured, is one of tho boa companies travel
ing, and l in every respect deserving of
the patroiiairo of all lovers of tho drama.
Let us keen them here.
Tin: utu-ntionof tlm mtdtr is akeJ to
th advertUcmont of Vulentlno ltfioli.
ie;i may bo fuuud in i.notl.nr ooluuiii.
.Mr. I!l-c1i ha, one (if tho bust stoeked fam
ily groceries In tho city, nnd Is maklni;
pedal provisions for tlio holiday. Ho
has an abundant supply of poultry,
thvitod mid uudrrsed, and nowhere In tho
cty can a superior stock of vegutable,
green, dried nnd canned fruit bo found.
Mr. Ketch gives his establishment hit
hit i r.onal supoiliiti'nrieiicc, keeps
no cxpenIve clerks or saUsnten, nnd
can nilord to do exactly what ho
is doing --selling goods In hit lino at tlio
bwoit poiilblo llgures. Hu enjovs a guol-
trade and duscavct it.
Tiiehi: is ono great advantage In buy
ing jewelry and all gold and silver goods
directly of tho maker, who Is willing to
guarantee his work, because tho maker s
Interctt and tho satisfaction of hit custom
ers aro Identical. Theru must bo ut: as
well as beauty to givo such goods intrinsic
aliic. It was from this principle as
much us from the artistic skill displayed,
that gavn to tho Ktruscau jowollors, and
llioio of the ancient city of Damaseus such
great celebrity, that their works aro even
ow sought for as unparalleled trca-ures
of art. If wo cannot oxcol tho jewellers
f Ktruriu, wo can givo you woil; that few
will over regret tho purchase. AVo invito
all so disposed to call and oxamluo our
work. TAUKlt UKO.S.
Dec. 21 2t
D, Lamiikut Ohio Levee, between
Jighth and Tenth streets, has enlarged
nnd improved his nhavlinj audhair.cutting
saloon and U prepared to shavo custo
mers In tlrst class stylo.
Clean towels, sharp ra.ors and courtcoua
attention uro among tho attractions of the
A LAiiaji stock of furnishing goods of all
kind3 always on hand nt 1. Ne'l e, No. 10
Ohio Livce. d cO.f
IP .A. IR, S O ZEST s,
I) 0 L Ji II K
TOY TKA SKTS
UIIINn, AND OF
IIOH KM I AX -VASES,
TEA SETS FOlt ONLY $18 01.
(J AST KltS,
NOS. 5 AND 7,
Tin: Turner festival, neit Suudiiy, it tb
absorbing topic in coxUlnclrclM.j(now
Signs of preparation nrovlsiblolnall parti
of tho city. Tli3 gontlcmento whom the
od'theii' dtttyNoU find faithfully, and will
boVowfl'rd-ed'ln scolnp theif oflbHs crowned
with signal success. Tickets admlttinc
gcntlomari-qridlo-Jy orlndtMi, cost only ono
Tho Turner society li an organization
that is cmlnentlycbarltablo In iUaature.
nnd dcsorTtis'c'noourttsrcsnoni.' Itnuraben
among' IU members many ot our most sub
stantial citizens and business men; and
that Its reunions havo been successes we
need not urge.. They are somewhat noted
forgiving coast agreoeble entertainments
Cimu ilAKXTi successor to XttlcnhouM
& IlHnny, has returned from New York
with a splodld stock of "Winter goods, to
itiutu uu my in; 5 too nsiansioa oi wo puD-
lic, nnd especially of the ladloe, for whose
wants In the lino of dress goods, cloaking,
trlrnmlngn, gloves, hosiery, etc, ho kept a
Mr. Ilinny has been encaged in tho
mercintllo buslnois In Cairo many years.
nnd fully understands all tho necessities of
the trade, In his particular department,
and never fails to bring en a stock that
'goes off liko hot cakes." Ills present
purchases embrace many styles of good
novcr before introduced in Cairo, and wore
secured at prices thatenablo him to tell ae
cheap as the cheapest. Call on him and
examine tho new stock. , 2t
Tn it drawing for Mr. 1. Bielly's lino
brick rcsldenco, and the valuablo buddies
lots adjoining, is fixed for tho 13th of Jan
uary. All who dosiro tickets can secure
them by applying to Mr. Rlelly. The pro
perty is put up at less than its actual cost,
is in splendid order, and eno of tbo com
plete homes in tho city. Tho holder of
the lucky ticket, will step into tho posses
sion of a property that will provo sourco
of continual income, should he not bo In a
conditioa to occupy it. Furthermore, the
manufacturing and other projects under
way nnd contemplated In Cairo are already
nTing a gooa effect upon realcstato, and
will no doubt, in the courso of threo or
four year render tho property to be dis
posed -of worth moro money than the sum
at which It Is now valued. At ono ticket
must draw tho principal price, wo advfso
tho reader to go, right .ofl, and secure that
Tun rc'BLic Schools Examixatioxk
To-uat and To-uobrow. Tho following
rogrnmmn was received through tho post
oflico nt an hour too Into for Insertion in
"Order of exercises for examination in
tho higher department of tho Cairo public
TiirnsnAV AFTr.r.s'ooK, tixcZl,
Geography, Class C.
Heading, . do J).
Algebra, do A.
Grammar, do II.
0. Latin, High School Class.
rui DAY, rOUKXOOX.
1. rhyleal Geography, Class A.
2. Physiology, ' I ' do II.
II. Heading, do A.
4. Arithmetic, do C
ti. Geology, High School Class.
Arithmetic, Class I). ' ,
Heading of paper written by pupils; se
lect readlnga, Declamation, Colloquy,
Gymnastics, Music, etc.
Tho parent of tho pupils and friends of
the school aro Invited to attend.
Tun Atiik.vkv.u To-niout. Tbo
Metropolitan theatrical troupe give their
Initial performance this evonlng, having
llxed upon tho threo act comedy "Tho
Serious Family," and the roaring farce,
known as tho '-Spectre llridocrooni," as
thu overling's programme.
Tho Metropolian troupo numbers artltU
of acknowledged talent, it ml tomo who
nro not strangers to Cairo audiiuict-f,
Mr. F. G. "White Is one at tho most pop
ular eoinmcdlims that ever visited our
city. Mr. J. 11. Turner and 31 r, J. Y,
Ureyvr aro knowen In Cairo as actors of
real merit, whllo Messrs. Waryoll, Jtyan,
Johuioii and ltogors nre spoken f as good
artist anil deserving gcntlomcn.
Tho fomalu portion of the troupe Is
cfpially talented and popular, among
whom wo havo a no lets personago than
Miss Emma Leland, from llotoii. Mrs,
Emma Wluto, Mr. Maggie Ureyor, Miss
Kato Foitcr, Mist, 'Jillle Shears, Miss Jen
nio Itucll and la jxtitt Katio complete
tho list. Upon tho wholo we feel safe In
raying that tho company Is a good one, and
will give n first clrtk entorUlamcnt.
Nowiikhk In tins city do tho lories find
u liner, ntoro fashlohablu or better assorted
stock of tnarinos, silk and Irish poplins,
lustres, alpacas, and dress good and trim
ming generally than at Golditine nnd
Kosenwater', 133 Commercial avenue.
And not less attractive is the stock of
MINK AN,l OTJIKR VUJU,
staplo and fancy dry goods, gloves, boslory,
For tho male portion of the coinmun
Ity tho Unit has provided ouo of tbo best
assorted stocks of clothing and gouts' fur
nishing goods to bo found In tho State of
Illinois. Tho supply Jof ploco good,
cloths, cnsslmeres, Joans, satlnett', woollen
and cottou goods, wjilto, colored ond vari.
gatojl yu'rnX j notlurpassed In the city; I
nnd u to thd prices it momeniVlhoailry
will amiai uur iiuu-iiint
UOLIISTINK It UOSKNWATXK CANS0T BK
It is their purpose to sell a largo quan
tity of goads this' winter,' ahdr to luduco
tho people to buy thoy proposo to otTor
bargains that can bo secured in no other
respectable, homo in tho city, dc20tl6t
Firm this morxiso. About 0 o'clock
this morning tho flro bells eounded tbo
alarm, and in it few minutes thero was a
gonoral rush of men, women and children
in the direction of Eighteenth stroot,
whoro the cnuso of tho alarm was discov
ered to exist in tho roar portion of Mr. W.
F. Pitcher's residence In somo unac
countable mannor flro had been communi
cated to the wood and tinder lying nnier
tho house. From thence tho flames stream
ed up between tbo plastering and weather
boarding, and for a time promised to fur
nish that community with stint clou con
flagration. Tho members of tho family,
Mlited by somo of the neighbors, toon
got the flro under subjection, so that when
tho flro companies arrived on tho ground,
there wm no particular call for tboirter
Tho Hibernians arrived first, but their
engine bad frozen up and would n't work.
The Arabs and Rough and Readies came
in promptly, and tho former being con
ducted directly to a cistern, threw tho first
In this caso, as in most others, a num
ber of individuals becamo "wild," and one
of them, in his efforts to savo something,
smashed a parlor window, breaking both
sash and glass into a thousand atoms. Tho
carpet wcro also torn up and a considera
ble quantity of the houseneld plunder
tumbled into the street.
Thodamaga inflicted by tbo fire can bo
Tax editor of the Cairo Sun dtmamlt
that negro children shall bo admitted into
our public school on equal term with tho
whites, and call upon tho legislature to
pass a law that will compel "copperhead''
school director to admit them.
Tbo editor ot the Sun is manifestly de
termined, since ho cannot become famous,
to render himself infamous. Wo do not
beliovo that in tho entire city of Cairo that
thero is a white tax-payer who favors the
introduction of negroes into our public
school. Tho proposition ',1s regarded as
monstrous, and teeki to inflict a blow upon
our school syttemfrom which it may nover
recover. The negroes themselves do not
nsic for mixod schools. Thoy greatly pro-
fer separato schools, where thoy can carry
ont tholr own ideas as to methods and dis
cipline, and whero their children will be
safe from maltreatment at the hands of tho
Tho day that negro children are forced
Into our public school will inaugurate, in
violonco nnd bloodshod, tbo decline and
downfall of tho school system in Cairo.
Our taxpayers, tho frlonds and patrons
of the school, will become enemies of tho
'syttein, and work for Its overthrow.
Had tho proposition come from a tax
payer ono whohelps trboar tho burdens
Imposed by our public school, it would
have been more tolerable; but cemlng a
it doc -from a man who doe not pay si
dollar a year into tho school treasury.
front it man who cares very llttlo whether
our public schools flourish or rail, our
people will c t teem it monstrous on account
tho mischief it is calculated to breed, an
presumptions on account or It sourco
A private lettor to Mr. Sam. Orr, of
this city, states that a few days ago,
tho house of Mr. McGurley, a farmer liv
ing near the Sulphur Springs, Crittenden
county, Ky., was burned down during
his absence, and that his wife and daugh
ter, tho latter about 24 year of age, were
both burned io dtaih, Tho wife was con
fined to her bed by severe lllnett, and a
tbo charred remain were found togotbor
near the door, at tomo distance from tho
b-d, it is supposed the daughter had lifted
her mother out of boJ, and wns endeavor
ing to etcapi with her from the burning
building, when urercomo by the stifling
Thero was about $1,000, partly gold and
sllviir, hi tho house, and It is possible that
trie inmate were murdered and the homo
fth-d to conceal the double crime.
Tiik habit indulged In by a few mem
bers of thodlfTurent broconipanle of hoot
ing and deriding onoh other's failures or
short-comings i breeding a good deal of 111
will, and If persisted in will undoubtedly
lead to difficulty, possibly nf a sorious na
turu. Tho fact that tho different c-iimpn.
niu during n period of seicn or clgiit
year have avoided quarrels and unscomly
contentions Is ono tliut wo refer to with
pride; and at till lato day there should bo
au increased effort put forth to dwell to
gethor in uulty. Let tho hooting and
Man Drowjid, Tbo steamer Oil Val
ley, Captain Jackson, was here yesterday.
Using somewhat short of hands tho Cap
tain gave employment to Mlko Carmody,
who, for sometlnto had, boen a resident of
.Cairo. When a short distance up tho Mis
Ylssippl, Carmody was aeon on board,
.wheeling coal. A few minutes afterwards,
however, ho was missing; and as tho bar
row he had in use could not be found, it is
belloved that both man and barrow tum
In tho valiso which Carmody carried on
board wero found a number of private let
ter from which it was learned that bo has
a wifo and. two children living in Xngland;
that ho was a member of the Masonic or
somo other secret body, and that he re
cently resided in Oil City, Pennsylvania.
As he wore heavy, iron-spiked shoes, it is
probablo that ho immediately sunk to the
bottom of the river and did not rise again.
No one saw him tumble overboard.
FLoun -ChoIco Family Flour In bbls
half bbls., sacks, Ac, for solo at tneEgyp
Ian Mills. an
Closing Oat Sale.
Twenty-five thousand dollars worth of
rcady-mado clothing, hats, caps, boots,
shoes, trunks and valcscs aro offered for
salo by P. Ncff, 79, Ohio Lovco, at AC
TUAL COSf PRICES, it being his In
tention to closo out In that lino and em
bark ox u oly and moro extensively In
tho furnishing goods nnd merchant tailor
This closing out salo furnishes an oppor
tunity to sccuro clothing cheaper than
ever before offered in this market.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE
That Peter Ncff, No. "9 Ohio lovco, Is
closingjout his largo and well selcctcdstock
clothing, boots', shoes, hats, caps, trunks
and valises, at and
It is his purposo to embark moro exten
sively in th c merchant tailoring and fur
nishing goods business henco tho destro
to closo out tho stock nbovo enumerated.
A DRICK DWELLING HOUSE FOR
A two story brick residence, admirably
arranged, with largo grounds (4 lct), sit
uated on the enrnor of Holbrook nvcnuo
and Twenty-third street, will bo sold on tho
most reasonable terms. It Is located on
high grounds, In an excellent neighbor
Vcod, tho grounds containing bearing fruit
trees, vinos and choice sclcctionsof shrub
bery. It Is, In short, ono of tho complctcst
omcs In tho city.
Apply to W. II. THOMAS,
At Thomas, Green &Alden n
IIolmdat Goods for the Million
Messrs. E. & W. Ruder, Jowolors, corner
of Eighth stroetnnd Washington avenue,
havo made large purchases with an especial
view of accommodating tho holiday do
niand. They bavo a fino stock of silver
and plated ware In tots and by tbo ploco,
of tho latest patterns, plain or elaborately
ornamented to suit tbo varied tastes of the
million. They also havo a largo assortment
of Jewolry; Anger rings of all kind, gold
andsllvor watches, breast pins, sleevo but
tons, gold neck and guard chains, brace
lets, gold and silvor thimbles, napkin
rings, handkerchief holders, gold specta
cles, charms, lockets and everything clso
ordinarily found in tho largest and best
supplied Jewelry establishments.
Parties desiring appropriate and lasting
holiday goods can find them in no greater
abundance, or at moro reasonable prices
than at Messrs. Uudcr's. Call and exam
no their stock. ' doc20tf
Ladle and Mitso Uuttoned and Hide-
laced Shoe in French kid and oil goat at
'City Shoo Sloro.'' Ct
Oiiarter Oak Cooki.NO Stoves and
Evening Star hoating stoves tho best in
use for salo by C, W. Henderson, 1'JO
Commercial Avonuo. Seo advertisement.
Arlington, Culumlai, 1,1.1 A Notrclt, I'.liicU
TrrniiK, .NmliTille, (III VhIIcj, Mrinphi.
Alir lit tu, Cllic-lnuill, llrtlf Mwniihlii, Mni.,
Jo nomine M I.ouln, Mrr Millrr. "
Ciljr Clmtter, " MJ Wlcki. NmrOiluns
bMiuio, " Continental, "
ArkaniM Hfllv, Kmnarillo
Arlington, Colutnliui, Arin.U, Pftduciih,
M Xlllor, Kmnit III, M 1 Wlcki, Ht. Loul:
Ark IWIe, Allot pMii.Mnnplil.,
tiTiioa, Pitlslitirg, City Chviivr, ''
Tho woatbor is'nearly clear. Tho tern.
peraturo was fourteen degrees abovo zero
at daylight this morning two degrees
colder than Indicated by tho same thor
moineter yesterday at the same time. Tho
air, however, ittm to tn more endurable
to-day, because we are becoming accus
tomed to the change.
The river has risen four inches since
last report. Heavy ice ha been pasting
down thu MluUsIppi Incu 'J a.m., and I
iiiurenilng in quantity end thlclfncii.
Thu Mississippi I fulling at St. Louis I
The ice had not stopped running at lust
accounts but it is oiblo tlm river will
close to-nightat that city, unlet thero is a
greatchango in tho temperature.
Tho Ohio is rising at Pittsburg with
nearly seven feet water, and u prospect for
two or three feet mure, as thu Alleghany
and Monougaliola are both ruportwd rising
all the way from their head waters. Tho
Ohio Is falling from Marlotta to Cincin
nati, but till rising from Louisville to
Cairo, witli over live feet watoa in the
chute down tlm falls, mid nlno feet large
from thence to Cairo.
Tho Cumberland Is again rising with
five feet largo on llarpeth shoals.
Ilusinsa bore continues unchanged.
Tho Cit of Chester added 3D tons
Tho Armada brought 9 tons Cairo
freight, and 8 ton axo handles for retbip-
ment to Now Orleans.
Tho M.J. Wicks disoharged 1089 bdls
green bides at this port for reshlpment
North por I. C. R. R.
The Continental discharged hero 17
hhds sugar 4 bbla do, 78 bbls molasses, CO
bale moss, 34 bbls oranges, 42 pkgs sun
dries for various points, and has laid up
hero with a fair trip for St. Louis.
The Arkansas liolle brought 10o7 sks
whoat for Cairo millers, '.'oO bundles hoop
poles, CO sks oats and corn, 17 cattlo, 56
pkgs furniture, 0 ton tundries fur rcship
Tho Tyrone brought 6 bbls vinegar
for Cairo, 10 tons iron and hide for tty,,
Louis, 40 bbls whisky for reshlpment
Tho St. Luko duo for Memphis Ity
everting. , . . , ,
Tneldiowlld Is tnj,iegur ptiokftor
XvansviUe to-day. t, v
Tho Tyrono loaves for Niibhvlllo this
Tho Armada lesv daily for Padu
cab at 6 p.ru,
Cor. Stli St. WsukUgUn are.,
Cairo, - J' - Illinois
Is supplied with the froshttt
tiroecrlee, Oreest sus Dried asMl Cast
ttedl.rrsslte, Dressed Poultry, Fresh Mm
Anil eso prthlosj site aeedod for family supply.
ii '1 ,tUn o'"' of tho "tit ttocke ftrsearto (
A continue Afi.Mi.iu k.i i. .
J. NUIIIiNUsiGEK, :
Comer ElKkth fJU-eot stad . !.&.
Orer Vincent' Grocery Store, Informs the people
of Cairo that he has purchased ood rtfttted la the
most thoroujh manner tlio
of J. 0. Iliftwell, msklng It one of the moat eon
1'ieioin ino west, no if now prepared to do ill
kind, nl MTrtrL- in Id. Ilniv fVnn, fti HtflTI rur
JtlNATURK TO LIPU-9IZB PORTRAITS. II.
makes tho new
lnthnmot ipproTfd style. The bed kln.l o!
p.clurs Ukfajla clomlyj wthfr. Chitrfrtni
nli'turoa tAkfii In thrra la four iimuuta. nl.l .!-
tares c opinl un l enUrgal. Como one, eora Ml
nn -en nil apccimnai, dttMItt
TICKETS FOR SALE
PARK Pram nnMl. I..-J....
saistacaw Sttseaaasawa Cairo
MuiTsrd, Merrla Canslee, Aftsi
WAKDNER. M. D.. sTIm
.AeltRHIDKNCE-Cernrr of NlnfUwnth st,
nl Wa.lilvlnn am. f IKt.'irfltn r...Hi.i
isvr., orer tho I'ottemr. tlKFICB iOUKIS
rroniina m tn 12 m., (HuadAt rictptedj ma4
from 1 to a p in.
H. SCHMETZDORF & CO
Hayins fur rrcoveroU from th rnVcta of th
lain arc ns In In, aLlolo r. auni" huaiavaa, avail
llirniaalrpa nf thia mrihnil In InfArm llm nntiiin
that thoy hao 0 vatd a ll.kcry un the
Cor. Elg-hth St. k Washlnstost atcrsi
Whr tliiy r prciiiroJ tu rre lliolrcmtonipn
with the of
Cake, Chrlvlinoa CandlMs and Cotsffe
On llm nio.t rr.sionitlilo nrm. Tln-y trill, n
hrrtufote, keep it full supply uf
In lh manufacluro ol vrhl.-li ,f imo aciaira I
Tlii-y rMwiIull)f aohelta almro nf tho
And Agat of
OHIO RIYKft XU KAMA Will
XNTo. 70 OZZZC
Hrreuiouor Arsasa Co.,
General Commission Merchant
So. litis. Ohio LuvtH',
novllif CAIRO, ILL.
C. C trta
lYJ a rmiss a. vnu
1.15 Ohio LeTec,lIEO,ILLIXOI.
tn-oiiO allrntlou scl veil la the pniehOM and aal
FLOUR & GRAIN
YTOOD AXD COAI.
I prepared to ilrllter the teat
Fire Wood Stone k Coal
In any part of the city, In aay quantity deritod.
on short uotice. ' 1 ' mmH
Coal Delivered at $4 S Fer Ton.
OH-lCE-0tr llorwrl. Orth Uo.'iletove
lore, tuodoor .bore the corner of ElgbtlAlVm
sail Cunttneroliil arviiue. JlTHm
TKAMatll r !. Weeks? ,v
rer .pto cMsMs T.I