Newspaper Page Text
Mi OF THS BR,
LL V10IS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
.New Thin- ThIiIc.
On and after 1U:30, ji.in., Sundny, Doe.
4U,, thu following timu labhi will govern
tin- nrrlvnl and departure of passenger
trains nt Cairo:
Mall tmlii leave nt -1:40 n.tn.
Kxpress, " nt 3:30 P,,n'
Ht. J.ouls and Cairo KxprcMi
leaves nt I-0
AcconirinMliitloii lenves nt...l-:30 p.rn.
Mull arrives 2 3 '
Ktprcsi, nrrivc l, m-
.St. Louis nnd Cnlro Kxpress
Tlio lust imincil trulfi leave St. Juls nt
llt.SO a.m. Traders enn lenvo Unlro nt 1:120
n.m, reach St, Loulu nt 7:25 n.m., remain
n tlio city tlireo hours, and return to
Cairo nt 4:15 p.m., the snmodny.
Tlio ll!.. accommodation nnd Cairo and
Hi. I.ouls express leave duly, all othcri
Ipiitc dally except Sunday.
Way pns'sengori should bear In mind that
Hie 3:i' p.m., trnln makes only four stop
pings between Cairo nnd Ccntralln, vlr.:
.lunosboro, CurlondiiU', Du Quoin nnd
Ashley. Tlio 112:30 p.rn, tralft flops i.t all
v stations along tlio route.
ditlitf Agent, Cairo.
I'lirMtnns Xo I'nper Monday.
In .-wcordanco with a cuitom which
would, no doubt, bo mora honored in tlio
breach than thy observance, wo shall
publish in) lpr on Monday evening
next, since, by common consent that day
will bo observed ns Christmas.
Our noxt paper, therefore, will appear
on Tuesday evening. '
T.miku Urotlicri will given fair prlco for
old cold or silver, In cash or oxchaiigu for
A nice Chlltmns present Is a pair of
Cunts Slipper, tho llnest nt tho 'City
I'ou pistol nnd cartridge nnd bowls
knives, go direct to 1'. Notr, No. TO Ohio
Uvce. t '-cOtf
Tiik neighboring village of Columbus
proposes to "pllo" Its levee Col. Thomnt
Allen having klndlv tendered tho free uia
of n pllo driver.
No ilncr assortment of holiday goodsenn
,o found In the market than Is to bo seen
by Tab-r Urns., both of iholr own nnd for-
1411 m: mufucturc. dc 2ltf.
Xr you want n good, stylish nnd well
lilting suit of c lothe, made to order, you
mutgo to 1". Nctr, No. TO Ohio Levee.
Vor. Salis. Thu undorilgned being do
f Irous tu engngo In somu other business
licrebv offer for sale all the furnltuio nnd
Jlxture in tlu- Central houso on lith St.,
tit prlvato sale. I'nrtlet wishing to cngag
;i hot.d biisliic, call on tho premise.
decSdJlw JOdKIMI J1H0SS.
A iuij.uoaii engineer named Gostctt
Jind his cellar bono broken, wbllo coupling
cars on tho Inclined trnck nt Columbus, a
few daysngo. The cars came together with
Niiflklfiut force to drive in tlio bumperi.
Mr. fio-satt bolus caught between tho car
was crushed until his collar bono cracked.
C Wi: dcslro to remind tho reader that
1 roils llnltlmoro oyster nnd nil kind of
game injioason, arc served night or day
In'nny stylo de.Ire.1, nt Louis Herbert's
1'nrtic delrlhg oysters by tho can or
ease, can Ui MippUed nt tho ruling rates at
tho samu phico, tf.
Tut: Columbus ntynteh, of ThurJay,
says that a young man named Lamb, was
walking along tho track of tho Iron Moun
tain railroad near Helmont, n few days ago
in company with hN brother. "VhiIo nt
tempting to stop across n"cattlo guard" ho
fell henvily on his brcaft, nnd died in
Kim Natlnn.il luik ofCiIro,
Hec. 10, WU
Tho annual meeting for tho election of
flvo Directors will bo hold nt this Hank,
Tuesday, Jnn. 10th, 1S71, between tho
hours of 10 o'clock n.m. nnd 4 p.m.
0. N IIUGHKS,
Tiik Tumor's Christmas festival to
morrow evening, is tho only attraction for
Christmas proper of which wn liavo been
advised. It will bo hold in Schecl'a hall,
nnd tho Turnora wlllhnvon wnnn wclcomo
for everybody who may chooso to nttend,
nnd wo will undcrwrlto that tho nffalr will
bo ono of tho pleatnntcst Hint lins been
held in tho city during tho season.
Ki.kutioh Kotiok. Notice is hereby
glvo that thoro wU bo n meeting of tho
stockholders of tho City National Bunk on
Tuesday, January 10th, 1871, for tho pur
poso of electing aovon Directors to servo
during tho ensuing year.
diclOdtd A. Ii. BAFFOKD, Cash.
D. Lamiikut Oliio Lovoo, botweon
Uighth nnd Tenth streets, hag enlarged
nnd Improved his shaving nnd hair-cutting
saloon nnd is prepared o shnvo custo
mers in llrst class stylo.
Clean towels, sharp razors nnd courteous
nttontlon ro nmong tho attractions of tho
Tin: AtIIK.V.v.um. "Whlto's Metropoli
tan Theator, nt the Athcniunm for six
nights only, viz.: Thursday, Friday, Sat
urday, Monday, Tuosdny nnd "Weil' osday,
Dec. 'Jil, 2, 20, 2" nnd 28, 1370. Door'
open nt 7 o'clock; curtnln rises nt 8 o'clock
For particulars seo small posters nnd
programme nnd dcscrlptlvo bills. Ad
mission, 50 crnts; reserved scnts 75 cents j
children's 25 cents.
4t THEO. S. HHKAHS, Agent.
Mixki) Schools. Wo glvo place to n
communication on our Drst pago, wbicli
no doubt conveys tho honest sontiments of
tho author and of othor clllzons of Cairo.
Thero nre suggestions In it, however, thnt
wo nra not prepared to endorso, nnd lest
our readors sco lit to hold us responsibly
for tho utterances of our correspondent
we'mako this avowal. 3
"Wo nro unqualifiedly opposed to mixed
schools, nnd bellevo that In Cairo such In
stltutlons could not exist. In tho words,
of tho lameuted Lincoln our schools hero
must bo "all tho one thing or nil tho
other" they must bo nil blnck or nil
white, not mixed.
Tin: mcntmarketof Gayor & Co., nt tho
corner of Washington avunuo nnd Tenth
street, Is 0110 of "institutions" of tho city,
it is not only abundantly supplied with
tho best of pork, beef, veal, mutton lamb,
sauiuge, etc., but It present nu nlr of
cleanliness nnd order that Is rarely seen in
establishments of llko character.
OayerA: Co. havo had many years ex
perience as butchers, and lmvo long ago
k-nrned that It pays betto keep flno meats
ntnl command llrtt-clais custom. For
choice meats, therefore, cut in 11 neat nnd
skillful manner, goto "Tho l'coplo's;.Moat
Market," presided over by Uayur & Co
A MAa.vmcE.VT Hkiiuknci: KOIt Salk
on I'.est. I desire cither to sell or rent
my residence, situated on tho corner of
Holbrooknvcnue nnd twenty-fourth street.
It contains nine largo nnd comfortable
rooms und a well ventilated cellar, out
houses nil complete, cmbrnclng n flno two
story barn. Tho ground kcontnlni eight
lots, ono and a lmlffeotubovo grade, nicely
fenced, containing a lnrgu quantity nnd
vricty of fruit trees, vines and shrub
of tho'cholccit selection. Tho placo will
ba rented or sold on rcasonablo terms.
Apply to JOEL 0. MORGAN.
Dee. 2t d2w.
Fhe.hi meats, served In tho ncntcst "and
most cleanly manner, can nlvrnys bo foun
In abundnnco for iho trade, nt tho Central
Mcntmarketof Fred Koehler A: Co., on
Wellington nvenue, n few doors below
Tenth. None but tho finest cattle, sheep,
nnd hogs are slaughtered, nnd, consequent
ly every body who pntronlr.es tho Central
Meat market can rest satisfied thnt ho or
sho will supplied with tho best meats to
bo found In Cairo.
Customers" baskets delivered In imy part
of tho city.
CdTFrosh sausage every morning, tf
Tine Atiie.vxlm Lat Nioiit A
Small IIovsk; hut a Si-lenpih Pen
roiiMA.vcK. It nirords in pktuuro to bear
testimony to tho merits of tho conipnny
now performing in tho Atheneum. Wo
do this honestly, unstimulated by pay, ns
a simple act of justlco to what wo concelvo
to bo thomot tnlcnted thcntrlcul company
thnt ever visited our city.
For reasons which may bo found In thu
Insufficiency of tho notico given, tho ex
tremo unpleasantness of tho weather, tho
nliundanco of counter nttrnctlons or a gen-
ral scarcity of money, tho entertainment
havo not been attended by nny consldera
bio numbor of our citizens. When the
merit of the conipnny Kcouie known,
when tho hlghcharactirof tho performan
ces become generally understood, it I
earculv nrobablo that any or nil tho Teu
tons assigned will pro vent nn Increase of
patronugo thut will nioro nearly approxi
mate to tho deicrts of tho company.
Tho renduriuu of "Miriam's Crlnio"
lat night was applauded, nnd doservedly
to, to the echo. F. (5. White, a "JHIc"
was Irrenistlbly funny. Ill conception of
tbvs-haracter is original in many particu
la, and kept the house in 11 roar through
out. Wo cannot pay Mr. Whlto n higher
comnllment than to remark that ho Man
Improvement on Al. bhnrpo in tho hap-
plc.t days or Hint lameuteu lavoruo 01
Miss Leland, as Miriam West, nnd sub
sequently ns Margery, In tho. "Hough Dia
mond" displayed histrionic powers or rare
and vratilo character. Her voice nnd
bearing, especially in tho pathetic passa
ges, nro most natural, loading tho spectn-'
tor to forget tho nctor nnd to sco what
manifestly nre, to n groat oxtcnt, tho sor
row, the remorso, tho ngony nnd Impulso
of the woman. .
During an ontcrtniniuont thnt lasted
three hours, thero was not n balk, n
momentorhosltntlonforan oecurronco of
nny'kind that nmrrcd tho harmony of tho
performance. Mrs. Jlroycr, Mrs. F.mmn
Whlto j Messrs. Wnrvoll, Broycr, Turnor
und llyan wcro nil "well up" in tlicirpnrui
and contributed their share to wlm
ovorvbodv Drescnt pronounces ono of tho
most Interesting exhibitions over given
In fulfil i ").
To-night we shall havo "ltlp Van Wl"
kle,"'with White in tho title role, nud
Miss Leland) ns Gertrude. Tlio wholo
strength of tho company is lu the caste
nnd ns tho progrnrnmo will furnish iimplo
opportunity forndlsplny of thovnrled tal
ent of tho company, wo look forward to
nn entertainment of tlio most meritorious
kind. Turn out, and for once nt least, fill
EEH51. OAIBO BTTXjX.SI'lJyr, DEOEMBEB 24
1 (2J O..
.... . .tlIK,.
,i 14 .fill 4'
"S t . Mot
f C I I
1IISCUIT DOLLS,, ,
A 1.1. 81ZIVJ.
TOY TEA SETS
C'HINa, AND OF
TOY CUPS, ' ',t
TOY WATCH KS,
. WAX TAPKHM
' CHRfSTMASi '
TUA SKTS FOIt ONLY $18 00.
- f . .
THE METROPOLITAN THE AT
A Hrst-cUsn Company 1 "Tbn Beat thnt
Ir Visited Citlro."
The undersigned, citizens of Cairo,
having attended ono or both of tho enter
ta!nmcnt given In this city, by tho
Mntronolitan troupe, do unhesitatingly
rccommond the company as tho best tint
over occupied the boards or the Atbeneum
and as eminently deserving of tho patro
m of all lovers of tho drama.
Tho nudlonces, hlthorto, have not been
of a character to Justify the stay of tho
compnny.iThls fact may be ascrilablo to
Dm insufficiency of tho notice eiven, or to
tho extrcmo inclemency of tho weather
but certainly ;not to a wnnt of merit in
tho ladies and gentleman forming tho
troupe, for all who nave witncsita tno rcn
darings of tho characters assigned them
will bear cheerful Ustimeny that thoy pos
scss n high order of dramatic talont. Wc
therefore unito in tho expression of th
bono that tho future entertainments will
call out crowded houses, and that tho com
nnnv will bo authorized in protracting Its
stay among us from six nights to six weeki,
F. E. Swift, Wilt. P. WniattT,
A. IU.vhom, Kd. F. Sissoy,
W. II. Morbis. 1. 1). Uudsov,
Phi it. Howard, A.Blacx,
M. H. IUbrll, W. F. ScHVCKEns,
Protest of tho Catholics or Cairo.
Tho Catholics of the city ofCftlro hold
a mast mecttag on Sunday night, tho 18th
Inst., for tho purpose of protesting agnlnst
tho notion of the Italian Government in
robbing tho states of tho church.
Mr. John Ilyland was called tq the
chair by a unanimous voice, and Mr. L. J.
Byrne made Secretary. Dr. J. n. Gordon
and Mr. Joseph Mendel were appointed
ylcs-prcsldcnts. Messrs. Josoph Mondol
Jaiuei flyap, fleraard Mcjfantu ap
If Ichaol IIowlcv wero appointed a com.
raltteo to draft resolutions expressive of
tho sense or tno meeting.
Mr. Joseph Mendel madoa very elc
qisent speech, aalmated by tha spirit of a
christian heart. Hit word spoke volumes.
Ills heart was full of indignation against
tho crying injuttlco committed by Victor
Emannel and his associates, who laid moat
pnjurt and sacrilegious bands upon the un
protected patrimony of Ht. ?ete, tlwrphy
robbing tho chuceh of God of tho
possessions over which she held undisputed
.right for xuora th a thonsaai yearsi
and stripped of his ' ladepeBdeaee
and liberty, mm wnom neany wroouuuu
red millions of christians acknowledge and
proclaim to bo the visible head of God's
pburchr-tho Vicar of Christ on earth. o
was enthnilattlcnlly applaudod by the vast
Tho Committee reported tho following
resolutions wh :b were ndoptcd 1
Ittnhtd, That we heartily c. mpathiao
with our Holy Fnther Pius IX, In his tires
cnt bereaved state, to which he has been
reduced by the wickednesrof unjust men
Victor Emanuel and his associates in the
work of darkness.
Jletohtd, That the ono holy Catholic and
Apostolic Church of God, being composed
Of members of nil nationalities umjor the
sun, cannot acknowledge tho power of one
nationality moro than of tho othor, must
In its government bo independent, nnd
never hut und novor can be subject to tho
whimsical notions and caprices of nny
puroiy worldly prlnoo.
llnoltfd, That we, tho clergy and laity
of tho city of Cairo, in the Diocese of Al
ton, unlto with our liishop and tha whole
Catholic world, in solemnly condemning
and protesting against tho usurpations of
Victor Emanuel and his associates, by
which thoy havo laid sacreligious bands on
tho Patrimony of St. Peter, tlio undisputed
property of the Cathollo phuroh of God,
and trampled under foot tho human and ui
vino rights of the Vicar of Christ upon
earth, thereby outraging tho religion and
faith of nearly threo hundred millions of
fr JUtohed, that we oall upon nil lust gov
ernments of the earth to protect tno rights
and Independenco of tho Holy Apostolic
Sco, which nronlso our rights, and that wo
pledge our assistance to thu same, as far as
hull bo compatible with tho nlltglanco wu
owe to tho govornmont of tho United
Ilrtoletd, That In accordance with the
wish of our JIhop,a list bo opened In this
con cregatlon, nnd a committee bo appoin
ted, whoso duty It shall bo to call upon
overy Cnthollo man, woman nnd child to
sign his or her namo to this list in appro
bation of tho resolutions adopted by this
meeting, nnd that such lists, ns soon ns
completed, bo sent to our Bishop, with the
request, that ho forward the mine togother
with our views und vows, to our Holy Fu
ther, tho present gloriously reigning su
promo Pontiff of tho Catholic church of
God, Plus IX. , m
Jtitolved, Thnt Jlko christians, worthy of
tho faith of their ancestors, wo unite in
prayer, bcscochlng the Throno of Morcy
to remember His promlso to us and not to
forsake us in this hour of need.
On motion of Mr.. James Eyan, a com
uiltteo of six wcro appointed for the pur
pose named In tho preamble and resolu
Hons. -Uev. Father O'Halloran being called
upon, made a very stirring and approprl-'
uto address, which was received wan iouu
cheers. Tho meeting then adjourned.
LAWEKNOB J. BYRNE,
I think Simmon1 Liver Begulaterpn
of tho best medicines ever mado fer tho
Liver. I hav'jeen llf used by y wife
nnd by many others who were slok and af
flicted, with wonderful effect. It seemi to
always euro. E. II. SPARKS,
deo 10 d Albany, Ga.
FLOUR'-Cholce Family F lour In bbls
half bbls., sacks, Jcc, for sale at4neKfyp
Ian Mills. au ,
-mt v ' .7
WJuqiju iMMKUUTavr. 800 wood
choppers to out wood on the lino, of tho St
Louis & Iron Mountain railroad, Hal
faro tickets furnished at tho tlckot oftleo in
St. Louis. Wnges $1 20 por cord. Apply
at tho various wood voids, or to
novliOtf. 11. J. DEAL, Charleston, Mo
Police Bumxxsh. Wjbother It is bo
causo Ml tho whisky is frozen, or becnuso
thoro is a marked scarcity of money, thnt
only ono plain drunk has developed Itself
during the past twenty-four hours, wo
cannot say, but only ono drunk has there
Thomas Glbsen stlmulntcd freely, wn's
gobbled, fined SI nnd costs which ho pnl d
and mado tracks for home.
Louis Mendol was flnod $10 nnd ci sts
for peddling without license. , . ,
Bill Blaketly, a colored man was arrest
ed on a charge of fighting, but was dis
charged. Tho above casos wore detormtnod by
Buder Bros, have engaged tho sorviccs
of a first class ongraver during tho holi
days. Parties purchasing goods from tho
firm can havo them engraved on short
notice in an artistic manner. Call and ex
amine goods and work. tf.
Joe. McKenzlo's Unfile.
Editor Bulletin: I attempted to get
up a rafllo for olghty acres of land In Mis
sissippi county, Mo. I did this under ne
cessity. Somo of mymonied friends havo
rospondodto tho amount thoy subscribed,
and all tho chnnccs except twonty havo
been taken. Twenty-two or twcnty.four
dollars havo been paid. No w I am In want!
but I wish all my friends to meet mo at
tho Now Dolmlnico this ovcnlng, nnd If
tlio raffle cannot como oft, thoso who lmvo
paid can secure a roturn of their money.
Doc. 24. JOS. McKEN5?IK.
NowHKHis jn the city do tho ladles find
n flnor, moro fashiohablo or better assorted
stock of mnrlnos, silk nnd Irish poplins,
lustres, alpacas, and drou goods nnd trim
mings generally tttim, a( Qoldstino nnd
Rosonwatcr's, (38 Commercial nvenuc.
And not loss attractive is tho stock of
tjtixK akd other runs,
tapis and fancy dry goods, gloves, hosiery,
For tho malo portion. of the commun
ity tho firm has provldod ono of tho best
assorted stocks of clothing and gents' fur
nishing goods la. be found in tho Stato of
Illinois. Tho supply of plcco goods,
cloths, caulmeree, Jeans, tatlnetta, woollon
and. cotton gK4f whlto, colored nnd varl
gatod yarns, It not surpassed In tho city;
and aa to the price a moment's inquiry
will satisfy any ono that
UOLDSTIXB ROSKNWATIR CAV.VOT 1IB
It It their purposo to sell a largo quan
tity of goods this winter, and to Induoo
the pcoplo to buy thoy proposo to oflfer
bargains that can bo secured In no othor
respectable house In the city. dc20dct
Boots akii Siioks. Just received ;
largo stock of Boots, Shoos, Fancy goods,
etc., at tho "City Shoo Store," In addition
to tho largo stock on hand, which wo will
sell cheaper than tho ve ry cheapest, to
meet the requirements of tho hard times
And it would be to tho interest of nil pur
chasers of boots und shoos to oxamino our
stook nnl pr'coj bofciro buying tUowhoro.
Also, n flno stock of Fancy goods, ns
Ladies' White goods, Einbroidorics, Jtib-
boni, Velvet! Buttons, Volllng, Gloves
nnd Gauntlets, in Kid nud Iltiok.klu, La
dies' Misses' and Children's Hose, etc., etc.
To our Ladies' Misses' and Children's cus
tom mado shoes wu would call particular
Cornor Commercial ayenuo and fith st.
Cairo, Ills. Qt
A MHO, stock, of furnishing goods of nil
kinds always on hand nt P. Nell's, No. 79
Ohio Levee, decOtf
N. P. I). An assortment of tho finest
dollcuclos nnd Christmas presonts nt Bris
tol Ss Stllwcll's, No. 32 Eighth street.
Soedlossund London Layer raisins, pitted
chorries, Turkish prune, pooled peaches
Znnto currants, N.Y. dried apples, nuts,
flro works, London butsotit, sugar bowl
and goblet jellies, (flno), Slinkorpresorvcs,
cand fruits, slolghs, toy wngons, parlor
carls, and 11 lino lot of confoctionory toys.
Call nnd see. Uoo20tt
Mehkiu. Elliot, nnythorn & Co., would
romlnd tho publlo t jot, besides n very largo
stock of nil kinds of boots nnd shoes, thoy
have a full supplv of Arctic nnd rubbor
overshoes for Ind'cu. p t'mion, girls nnd
boys. They wbu'd further remind tho
publlo thnt wnrm, dry feet nro essential to
health, nnd that now It tho tlmo to glvo
that mattor special attention.
Call and sco tho stock. f
Tub Dollar Store sells goo:ls cheaper than
any othor establishment In the city will
duplicate any bill In its lino at from 10 to
30 per centum less than Is paid nt otuor
Tho stock comprises many appropriate
holiday gifts, such as pictures, photograph
albums, vases, etc., gents underwear, lioso,
otc- all of willed aft ooercd at prices mat
dofy successful competition.
Call at tho old stand of .Mrs. Oswald
near tho cornor of Eighth and Commer
Si'lkndip Fbesk Mbats. Jas. Kynas.
ton, eornor of Nineteenth and Poplar
streets, has on hand and is slaughtering for
tho trade, tome of tho finest beeves over
brought to Cairo, For the holidays ho
has purchased flvo head of cattle that can
not be surpassed, ono of them a four year
old; weighing one thousand, eight hundrod
Cltlzont of tho Fourth ward end of tho
olty generally who want extra flno fresh
meats for tho holidays should not fail to
cail ou Kynaston. He can supply beef,
pork, mutton, veal, lamb, tmd snusago In
uny quantity d&dred aud 011 satisfactory
tor 111 Seo card in nnothor column, t
CIoSIhst Out Sule.
T wonty-Qvo thousand worth of
r".dy.mndo clothing, hats, cap, bitt',
' iocs, trunks and vnlcses nro ofl'orcd for
'inlo by P. Keir, TP, Ohio I.oveo, at AC
TUAL COST PP.ICKS, It t- ing hit In
ton tion to close out in that Kno and em
barkox u oly nnd moro extensively in
tho furnishing goods and merchant tailor
This closing out sale furnishes an oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheaper thnn
over before offered in this market.
KEEP IT UEFoitE THE PEOPLE
That Peter 'ou", No. 70 Ohio lovoo, is
closing'out his largo nnd woll selected stock
ciouiing, boct, shoes, lints, enns. trunks
and valises, at nnd
It Is his purposo to embark moro c.xtcn-
tlvoly inthomcrchnnt tallorim: nnd fur.
nishlng goods business henco tho deslro
to closo out tho stock nbovo ontuncrntcd.
HoLLiiiAV Gooih von tiik M illio.v
Mojsrs. E. &W. Buder, Jowcler. comer
of Eighth street nnd Washington avenue,
nn 0 matio largo purchases with nn especial
view of nccommodating ti.o holidnv de
mand. Thoy havo n Uno stock of silver
nnd plated waro lu sou nnd by tho piece,
of tho latost pattoriK, plain or cl.tborntely
ornamented to suit tlm varied tastes of the
million. They nho havo n lnrgo assortment
of Jowelry; finger rings of nil kind, gold
nnutiivor watches, breast pins, slcovobut
tons, gold nock nnd guard chains, brncc
lots, gold nnd silver thimbles, napkin
rJng, handkerchief holders, gold tpecta
elos, charms, lockets nnd everything elso
ordinarily found In the Inrgcst nnd best
supplied Jowelry establishments.
Partlos desiring appropriato nnd lasting
holiday good can find them In no greater
abundance, or nt moro reasonable prices
thnn nt Messrs. Iludcr's. Call and cxnm
no thoir stock. dcc20tf
Tiic drawing for Mr. P. Itlolly's fino
brick residence, nnd tho vnlunblo building
lots adjoining, is fixed for tho 15th of Jnn
unry. All who desire tickets ran securo
thorn by applying to Mr. Welly. Thu pro
perty Uput up at less thnn Its nctual cost,
Is In splondid order, nnd ono of tho com
pletest homes In tho city. Tlio holder of
tho lucky ticket, will step into the posses
sion of n property that will provo ti sourco
of continual Income, should ho not bo In n
condition to occupy It. Furthermore, the
manufacturing nnd other projects under
way nnd contemplated In Cairo aro already
having n good ofl'cct upon real estate, nnd
will no doubt, In tho course of threo or
four year render tho property to bo dls
posed of worth moro money than tho sum
nt which It is now valued. As ojio tlckot
must drnw the principal prize, wu ndv'so
tho reader to go, right oil", nnd secure that
';Tni'n siiJmt will alwayii havk it
KUH-Aiin." It is certain that no truth has
been more satisfactorllv demonstrated in
our mil! t than tho above, ns may bo scon
dally In tho immense demand for that in
valtiublo nnd popular tonlo nnd stimulus,
MISHLEU'S HEKII BITTERS. It is
tho ono thing needful for pesrotu whoso
surroundings nro unfavorable for good
health, bccauo it is a perfect protection
against nil morbid influences productive of
disouso, Tlio present is tho most fitting
season for roinforclng tho organs of our
bodies, and insuring our health du
ring the "cold term." Wo aro nil mora
or Icssjncgligont, but thoro nro many per
sons who nre always behind In this mnttcr
consequently, each changn In the season
comes along boru they nro prepared for
it, nnd idckncisnuizcs upon them, followed
by nil It train of ills. Begin now to ward
oll'dUcato by using MISHLKU'S HKUll
BlTTKltS overy thy regularly, and nil
tho characteristics of good health will
spring up within and continue with you.
IIuisnt CiiiLimnx nuKAP tiik Finr,"
aud liouco thoso who havo tried them
loatho thu dirty hair coloring preparations
with which tho market is deluged. But
in l'halim' Vitallaor Salvation for the
Hair, their most anguino expectation's
will bo realized. Gray hair lako nny
hado of black or brown under 1U oporn-
tlou. Sold by nil druggists.
dec 10 d&wlw
Goixcil Goi.va I Go.vkI Faster than
tho auctioneer's hammer knocks down
merchandise, neglect disposes of tho teeth.
Bid, therefor', for that prize of life, u per
fect sot, by brushing them regularly with
Siuulih.vq's Gluh has now taken 'tho
placo of all cement nnd mucilagcis,
Ladies' nnd Mlssea' Buttoned and Side-
laced Shoes In French kid und oil goat nt
"City Shoo. Store.'' Ct
A BRICK DWELLING HOUSE FOR
A two Jory brick residence, "admirably
arranged, with largo grounds (4 lets), slt
untod on tho corner of lloltrook uvenuo
nnd Twenty-third street, willbosoldon tho
most reasonable tonus. It is located on
high grounds, In au excellent neighbor
kcod, tho grounds containing bearing fruit
trees, vine und cholco selections of shrub
bery. It I, in short, ono of tho complotcst
ouirs in tho eitv.
Apply to W. H. THOMAS,
At "Mioium, Green ccAlden
r .... . vki vvvuttm
1J I II U1 I'Tl" - HLfl Vl't LMM III TS
use for inlo by 0. W. Henderson,
r. ........ 1 . tf. . ...
Shell oyslori received overy
Tiik best of frcshmoaU.i.t eluding
. 1 . 1 1. -
etc., enn bo secured from tho meat shop
Tt.t. . m -mm a
A Ulll LUCI1LH BLrttrt!!. Ill 1AI1V till III I LI
" 1 I
ulsiil'ii. 1 I'triii nil w Yiisirisirirsw 1 niiipisn
L" 1 1 1 a A 1... A Al n A 1
IllillS. nnil (inn iwith mitn tVArrinn nnrl rhl
ll RAH ltl. t ..
in uu iiiriiiaiiL'u. nn i inn watrvnt (riven 1
iii 1... r. 1-1. .i a f a t
liiui t sua luiilii. wiitis: 1 11 1' iniinki iiir 1. 11
jinnuiinu iiurawioro cxicnucu, no nsKS a
continuancoot tliosamo promising to glvo
ntljfactlon toovorybody. dcc2lm
Arlinctnii, Columbus, Armwla. rducli,
at Luka, hi IhIii, I,iim.ln, NshTlM.
HtJo.eph.Moinnhtf, (iiilckslrp, ETanrllli,,
Ufxter, !tsvr Orleans.
Arllnfflon. ttAlnmhii. i,m.. f4.tm.4i
Julckle, i:t.n,uio, ht letter, JUmplus,
11 Ames, .New Urlcmi, HJ llnlo, Cincianatl,
Kl!0our, ew Urlrans.
Tho weather is still clear nnd still coldor
than yesterday. Tho samo themomotor
which yostorday Indicated 0 dogrcos at
unyiigut, Indicated only 4 degrocs nbovo
zero this morning at tho samo tlmo. Tho
lircctlon of tho wind has changed from
north to west.
Tho river has risen two inchos sinca
Tho Mississippi Is fulling nt St. Lou!,
nnd Is probably closed by Ico at that port
this morning. Tho Ico now pnssing out of
that river Is exceedingly heavy, and ex
tends down ns'fur nt Island SI. Tho last
arrival from St. Louis wat tho St. Luke,
wjieso officers reported il ns probablo that
no other boat could got out oxcopt tho Ida
Stockdale, which boat was only athort dis
tance behind tho St. As tho Stockalo has
not yet arrived although 'JO hours havo
elapsed since, tho arrival of tho St. Luke,
It is highly probablo that wo havo noted
the lost steamboat arrival from St. Louis
until aftor tho river opens again.
Tho Ton Jnspor was tho only boat
which tho St. Luko reported In bad condi
tion to lay until aftor resumption of navi
gation, as tho was hnrd aground at Liberty
bar. All other boats seen by tho Luko
wcro In good Ico harbors, always excepting
thusunkcu Glcndalo, of course. It is pro
pablo tho running Ico will cut tho cabin
Tho Ohio is falling at Pittsburg and Is
probably closed by Ice.
Tho Kllgour received ncrrly 300 tous
Tlio Ynegor is still receiving and will
probably add 100 tons beforo she leave.
Tho Armada brought MS sks wheat
for Cairo millers.
Tho Dexter brought 05 hhds tugar, 38
pkgi molasses, 12 pkgs most for rcship
mcnt up tho Cumberland river, 3C3 hbds
sugar, l'Jt bbls nolas.'cs, 314 Wis green
hides, 118 beer pkgs, 40 pkgs sundries', for
reshlpmcut bunco por I. C. It. It, to Chica
go nnd St. Louis.
FLO TI R
Ami Agtnt of
OHIO lllYElt AM) KANAWHA
wo.70 oxxio xaacvan
General Commission Merchant
o. 13.1, Okie Levee,
novtltf CAIRO, ILL.
, U, Mlthlias.
R. C. Ch
JJA TJIUSN & UIIX,
135 Ohio LctcOj CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
SprcUl attention rUo te thvpureliaM awl tale
FLOUR & GRAIN
TICKETS F0R SALE
I'AllK from Vt.'iMol.tViHrtosasUrry.
ull'ord, JMorrU & wlee, Xt