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TPIb" CAIRO BULLBTIH, J'JTJJRir lO.
if he lutein.
Onrner K'ffhlh ajtrertt and Ohio Lever,
Over Vincent' Grocery Htoro, Inform iho people
of UhIo ttiatlio ha purchased and refitted In th
tnoat thorousti limn icr tlin
of J. 0. Iiagwell, making It one of tlio most com
plete In the Weal. Ho I now prepared to do all
klndiot work in hi tine, from the HMAM.KSr
MINATURE TO I.IFKdHZE PORTRAITS, lie
make the new
lu the most approv 1 l)o. The bei kind ot
picture Uken, In cloudy weather. Children
picture taken In three to four soennd. Old pio
turea copied and enlarged. Come nne.comoalt
and eco his specimen. dccAMtt
NSffS OT TBS Gift,
New Good at Dollur Htoro.
Plated Wnro ut Dollar Store.
Hkt Plfttod Jowolry ut Dollnr Htoro,
Flouiv Clioico Family Flour In bbl
half bbls., sucks, Ac, for sale at tbo Kpyp
nan .Mills. uu
City Hcmp ron Sale. In amounts to
suit purchaser, at cash prlco, at
dlw CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Ir you want a good, stylish and well
Siting suit of clothes, mado to order, you
mast go to r. Nctr, No. "U Ohio I.ovco.
For fishlonablo boots and shoes, mado
In the Leit stylo, and of tho best material,
go to tho shop of Win. Khlcru, on Twen
tieth street, near the court house. tf
. WlLMAU Kiilkuh, fashionable boot mid
shoe maker, has'a splendid stock of French
calf, moroccos and other leathers, and Is
prepared to fill orders for "custom-made"
boots and shoes, with quick dispatch mid
In the most satisfactory manner. tf
Euctiox Motice. Notice Is hereby
lvo that there will be a meeting of the
stockholders of tho City National Bank on
Tuesday, January 10th, 1871, for tho pur
pose of electing seron Directors to serve
during the ensuing year.
declOdtd A. B. HAPFOKD, Cash.
Waxtkd at St. CiiArans Hotel.
Wo want a first-class chambermaid,
laundry and dining room girl. To each of
tbo abovo, steady employment will be
given, and liberal wages paid.
JEWKTT WILCOX & Co,
tf Trop. St. Charles Hotel.
Tab. BaoTiiEin, 83 Ohio Lctcc, will
hereafter keep constantly on hand, direct
from tho Eastern manufacturers thu very
boat winter strained purified sporm oil, for
ewing machines, and all lino and light
machinery. This oil has never yet been
superceded by any of the in a nil fart u red
oils, asitnevorgums or I affected by tho
Wx detlro to remind tho reader that
fresh Ualtimoro oystors and all kind of
gamo in season, aro served jnlght or day
any stylo desired, nt Louis Herbert's
Parties desiring oysters by tho run or
cas, ran be supplied at tho ruling rates, at
tho samo place. tf.
FitEnU meats, served in tho neatest and
most cleanly manner, can always bo foun
In abundance for tho trade, nt tho Central
Meat market of Fred Kocblcr A Co., on
Waahlngton avenue, a few doors below
Tenth. Nono but tho finest Ule, sheep,
and hogs aro slaughtered, and, consequent
ly everybody who patronizes tho Central
Meat market can rost satisfied that he or
she will bo supplied with tho best meats to
be found In Cairo.
Customers' basket delivered In any purt
of tho city.
fsafFrcih sausago every morning, tf
I have this day sold my livery stablo,
with all thooppurtennnecs thereof, to Mr.
(). (ireenlec, for whom I bespeak ft contln
unnco of tho pittronago heretofore ex
tended to me. To my many patrons I re
turn my thanks for tho support given me
during tho timo I was in business, nnd as
suro them thoy will dud in Mr. (Srccnleo a
gentleman entitled to a liberal patronago
from the public. I shall romaln sovcrnl
weeks at tho old stand to closo up my busi
ness. MILKS PARKEIt.
Cairo, Jan. 4, 1871.
Tiik meat market of (Inyor & Co., nt tho
corner of Washington avenue and Tenth
stroet, isono of "Institutions' of tho city.
It Is not only abundantly supplied with
tho best of pork, beef, veal, mutton himb,
sausage, etc., but it presents an air of
cleanliness and order that Is rarely seen In
establishments of liko character.
Gayer & Co. havo had many years ox
porlostco as butchors, and havo long ago
learned that It pays bostto kcop fine meats
and command first-class custom. For
choice meats, therefore, cut in a neat and
skillful manner, goto "Tho Pcoplo's.Mcat
Market," presided over by Oayor & Co
Stop those Chilli that havo been her
usslng you so long, as they somntlmes ead
n that fatal disease culled by some tho "Up
Country Yellow Fvor." Thoy cn bo
very easily stopped by taking Simmons'
Llvor Regulator. Do not dolay ; go at
once to your druggist nnd get h packago
and bo cured.
Waxtkd Immediately. 300 wood
choppers to out wood on tho lino of tho St
Louis & Iron Mountain railroad. Hal
aro tickets furnished sit tho tlckot offlco In
St. Louis. Wages $1 20 per cord. Apply
at tbo various wood yaids, or to
&QY9Qtf. II. J. DEAL, Charleston, Mo
The cnlabooso contains .eight liunltliy
prisoners, just now the very follow to
forma prolltablo slJowalk gnng. Thrco
of ll.o numbar tiro wlilto tnun, thu biil.tnco
being nouroos. The force yMtord.iv morn -
ing const-led of eleven men, eight ol'wliom
were negroes. Tlireo of tho latter were
dUchurged, liowovcr, during tho dity.
KoliXIlT 11. Huu.ANU is thu nuino ol thu
New York shnrper who U flooding Cnlro
and tho West Koncrnllv. with oilers of
great bargains In "tho bct counterfeit
money nvor produced In tho world." The
man who can bo caught by such baits is as
big a rascal as Holland, with thodisndvuiit-
Rgo of being also a consummate ass.
Comk Out ok tiik Jawh ok Death.
Throw olf tliut despondent spirit, crush
thai feeling of despair, bo cheerful, happy
and well. Takn Simmons' Liver J'egtila
tor it is no humbug, its virtues can lo
proved by hundreds right hcru nt homo,
Kinmino tho cortiflentes. It has cured
tho worst cases of .dropsy, dyspepsia, nnd
prevents chills, fever, etc. JnnlOdAwlw
KpiPHA.vrj Femival. Thu festival of
Kplphany in tho Church of tho Jtodeoincr,
called out,n house full of parents nnd chil
dren. Tho exercise consisted of singing,
an npproprinte address by the rector, tho
presentation of banners lv tho dlllercnt
.Sabbuth school clnssos.
Tho church was brilliantly illuminated,
and both parutils nnd children wcro well
nnd we hope profitably, entertained.
As n houso-mover Alderman Kennedy
Is nn uuqucitlonablo suecos. Thu largo
frame, lately vacuted by tho "Houghs',
uas moved by him from Its location on
Seventh street to tho corner of Thortcenth
and Commercial without deluy or accident,
llu Is now raising tho building to grade,
and will soon havo his contract fully dis
charged. Thu Hiberniuns for who-u usu
the building Is deigned will not take
poMcs!on of It, probably, until next
Msks. Cox and l'restun, who bought
tho wreck of tho Lady (lay, which bont
was sunk in thu MiniisippI rlvur about
sixty miles nbovo Cairo, something over a
year ago, aro making it good thing of their
purchase. The Jonesboro UnzttU nys
that Messrs. C. and P. bnvu recently re
moved from the wreck about thirty, tierces
of lard, a large lut of pork, alcohol and
Robertson county thlsky, nil in u good
stato of preservation. Thsy arc still nt
work, and will obtain goods of n nggre.
gnto vnluo of many hundreds of dollars.
Seuentaht Pr.ofLK. Kmlnent men of
our country assert that there is no rernodv
like MISHLKIt'S IIKI'.II IIITTKKS for
diseases peculiar to jicrsons of sedentary
habits. It has long been claimed, and is
ow an cstnblisht'd'fuct that a combination
of curt.irin herb,roots nnd barks wllUuro
the chilli. Much .rr(rllon Is MISH
LKIt'S HP.Illi niTTKRS, for ithnsticver
fallrd,and it still continues on its triumph
ant career. For nil dlieases arising from
cy impurity of tho 1U--1, or deraugemcnt
of tho digestive organs, Including Liver
Complaint, Coughs, Colds, Sick Headache,
General Debility, Dyspepslu, Ac, It Is now
proved beyond nil peradventuro tbut no
man, woman or child, howi-evr palo nnd
emaciated, can uso MISHLKIt'S IIKIUI
IIITTKKS rogularly 'ortwcnty-o'io dny,
without tho return of tho rosy cheeks und
flr complexion, charncteristic ol good
health. Sold by all druggists nnd dcali-rs.
Dr. S. I). Hartmnii A Co., Proprietors, Pa.
A Plain Dhuxk. On Saturday last,
ono P. Ryan, who is of vory rcspectnblo
seeming, concludod to invest a fow nlrkuls
in liquid alimentation, und, miscalculating
tho strength of the beverage In which ho
Indulged, soon presented in himself u clear
case of " plain drunk. A policeman
turned him over to tho euro of Mcllale,
nnd tho Inst named gentleman treated him
tenderly until this morning, when ho was
escorted into tho august presence of pollco
magistrate Slmnesiy. In that pros
enco Mr. ltyan confcsicd himself pen
niless, that by getting boozy ho did not
idcmii to Insult anybody, and that, if per
mitted to do so, he wouU mutiago to con-
tlnuo hl trip down tho riser. Tho f quire
granted tho permission and ltyan left tho
ofllco Ir. a brown stuJy, how to umploy
tho permission now that ho had it. We
understand now that holms since eon
eluded that ns a man without money U
about as well olf Inono place u another,
ho will remain In Cnlro.
Wink and Ovt-TKits. Tho quick, sharp
ring of our door bell on Sunday nftornoon
signnlod tho prosenco of somebody, wh,
we supposed, had business with T II K 1IUI.-
leti.v. Answorlng tho bell wo wcro
brought fuco to faco with a comely youth,
bearing on his nrm a bnskot Ailed with
select oystors nnd liberal samples of cholco
sparkling catawba, which, tho youth said,
were sent, with tho compliments of Lout
Herbort, tho great Cairo rcatuurateur, tu
tho office of The Caiiio IIuiileti.v. Wo
need not say that both wlno itinl oysters
were very tine. Hurbort pormlts no edi
bles or drinkables of an Inferior or ques
tionable churactcr to enter Ills establish
ment, hence, when wo contemplated tho
treat, and hoard tho boy say It wus sent by
Herbert, wo could carcoly compose our
soul In patience until thu corks wcro drawn
and kegs unheaded. Our fondest oxpecta
tlons woro fully realized. Tho oysters
were truly select, largo, fat and delicious.
And tho wine I It was ucctuc for the gods!
With delightful momory of both, we
thank our friend Herbort, mid hopu he
may long llvo to minister as ho haw (most
profitably we hope) to tho nppotlto of this
Ufnrsi.-On Wcilncsduy rilht, nt tlic
1 Atlinnntiitn, Slgnor Uublnl wilt appear In
I '' wonilorful fuuts of magic, Umsntno ns
I B-von by Mm for one tlmiittml iincl cloven
! "'' in KSy.tlnn Hull, London, hnB-
land, before crowded audiences nigimy,
with L'rcnt success. Valuable nnd useful
urilulcj ntiiotiL' them a flno horse will bo
given nway. Oomrly.
Pounded, Cut and Roiiiied. Barnoy
Farrell is tho namo of tho Individual to
whom wo referred on Saturday, ns having
un uttor contempt for expenses. Ho slung
his rolls of greenbacks around with a loose
ncss that stamped hi in a an Imitator of
thelfar-fiimod "Coal Oil John." JJut Har
ney trilled too extensively wltli that sure-
shot liquid, known as "Cairo forty ron.'
Ho beenmo intoxicated, wandered about
tho highways and ,by-wy of tho city,
until llnnlly ho fell In with 'somebody who
knocked h im down, bcut and cut him se
verely, nnd rifled his pockots of the grocn
backs which ho had stowed away thero for
his private uso. During Sunday ho was
picked up by a policcmrn and calaboosed
forthonlght. This morning, bruised and
bloody, ho was brought boforo soulro
Shnnnessy, nnd representing that In tho
loss of his monoy, In tho corporal punish
mont ho had received and In tho night's
imprisonment ho had suffered In the city
prison, ho had cgrtalnly ntoncd for a plain
drunk, the compassionate 'rquiro permit
ted him to go acquit ; nnd who would havo
done lcs ?
Shocked. A Cairo woman of tho town'
mado her nppearnnco in tho streets of tho
neighboring village of Dongoln, recently,
and by her looso maimer und brazen tnlk,
shocked the denizens of that localty
severely. Tho preacher, tho doctor, tho
deacon und all tho clean handed and
pure-hearted portion of tho community
thought it outrageous that tho constable
didn't arrest tho abandoned woman, and
havo her driven out of town 1
Stay an expression of your horror,
genllcl Dongollnns. Tho mnn who
blighted trial Moicotitca't woman, who
robbed her of her night to
your respect, but not of her claim upon
your pity and charity lives ordld live, In
Dongola. Thither, In tho hopo of seeing
that man, tho wretched woman bent her
way. Uon him, gentle DongoIIani, your
fnircst daughters smiled, und ha moved
respected among tho best of you. Up to
this day ho has not lost your roipct and
confidence. Hut the poor woman, tho
victim of his perfidy nnd lust nut her
out I "It's outrageous that tho constable
doesn't arrest her and drive her out of
TiikCaiko Shout Link. Th com
munlcatlon by rull betweun Cairo nnd St'
Imls via tho Illinois Contra' nnd Jlolln
villo nnd Ho'itlicrn Illlnol rond has alrea
dy U'comu of llrst class Importance to tho
commerce nnd travel of tho Mississippi
vnlluv. Its contributions of freight and
passengers to tho lurgo steamers which aro
soml-ntinually locked out Tnim St. houis,
for.ix not nn Inconsiderable item of tho
patronago that lines our wlmrves with
New Orleans 1-ound boats, nnd tills our
depots, whiifbont and warehouses with
freights. Whnt "Tho Short Lino" is to
St. IouW may bo inferred from the follow
ing braco of sentence which wo clip from
thu MiMotiri Jlrjiublican: "Th.t ferry
packets wcro doing nn Immense buslnois
yesterday. They mndo trl( with great
regularity, nnd ovcry trip they woro
crowdud with freights and passongers.
Thu 'Short Lino' Is hurrying forward
freights to Cairo for tho several packet
companies who contlnuo to glvo through
bills of lading to all point south,"
When It is remembered that tho Iron
Mountain railroad receive no freights for
point along tho Miislsslppl Central, nnd
that thu currying capacity of tho former
rond U not equal to ono hulf tho south
bound commerco of St. Louis, tho
vnluo of tho "Short Line," during
tho Iro or sandbar blockades of tho Missis
sippi hIkjvo Cairo, will l-o more fully up
predated. Tho effect of tho "Short lino" on tho
business of Cairo, may bo seen along our
wharves, if nov.licro else. Kvory ton of
freight pay moru or less tribute to our
city, and adds something to our reputation
us n great entrepot and distributing point
of the Mlisistlppl valley.
A MAa.viricK.VT Rkhidknoi: sou Salic
on P.knt. I desiro ulthcr to sell or rent
my residence, situated on tho corner of
Holbrook avonuo and twenty-fourth streot
It contains nino largo nnd cwnfortnblo
room and ,u well ventilated cellar, out-hou-.es
nil complete, ombraclngn flno two.
atory barn. Tho groend Jcontnln eight
lots. onu und a half fectubovo grade, nicoly
fenced, containing si largo quantity nr.d
variety of fruit trues, vines and shrub
of tho choicest selection. Tho place will
bo rented or sold on reasonablo turm.
Applv to JOKL . MORGAN.
Dec.il 42 w.
Sisoulau Accident. A lady who
does" nil her sowing In thu old wny, with
needlo nnd thread, accidentally wounded
tho ball of her eyo with tho needle's poi"1
and shortly niter begun to advocate tho
uso of sowing machine. Sho explained
tho change by saying tliut her dovollou to
tlmnU atvla wai nil in her eyo und thuC
tho P.tvM machine which sho had pur
chased from Uuders was all that tho heart
of sowing woman or housowifo could do
sire. Sho begs us to urgu all ladles wh
desiro u most excellent muchluo to rill on,
o Under Rros.
The council havo concluded to pay tha
judgment obtained by. Mrs. Redman for
Injuries sustained by her on account of
defective sidewalk on Sovcnth street,
Sheriff Ir? In Is In the country gather
ing In taxes.
Circuit Court convene on tho third
Monday i'l tho preient month.
Tnlrty-ono mombcrs of the M. E.
church, of this city, partook of lacrarnent
Tho whooping cough Is prevailing to a
cont'dcrable extent among the children of
The concert by Adelaide Philllppi
comei off to-night. Over two hundred
loaU have been taken ; but there will be
room for all who como,
Tho masquerade bail, to be given on
Monday, February 13, promises to bo the
grandest affair over held in Kgypt. The
management It in good band.
Tho increased inquiry for Cairo pro
perty I a good omen. Several gentlemen
havo recently avowed a purpoie to buy
loU and build homos.
Tho first intimation Mr. F. Thoobold
received of tbo destruction of ber home
wat on bor return from a visit up North.
The letters of ber husband had failed to
The work upon the box factory it pro
gressing a favorably a tbo naturo of tho
weather will permit. The profit of the
proprietors' Cobden oitabllihmont last
year reached 'about $35,000. The Cairo
fnctory will employ about forty hands
Mr. II. S. Koglitb, principal of our
public schools, and Mrs. II. S. Knglish
joined the Presbyterian church Sunday
night. Mr. and Mrs. King were admitted,
on tho tame evening, by letter.
Jim Barrett, Loul Herbert' lrt as
sistant, i a clever, courteous gentleman,
who al way "treat tbo itrangor well," and
It peculiarly fitted forthe place ho ocouplca
in ono of tho best managed and most pop
ular establishments in Illlnol.
Of Mil Adelaido Pblllipp, who ting
in tho Athcncum to-night, Watson' Art
Journal say: "Miss Pblllipp, both a an
actress and a singer, nobly maintains
America' right to stand in tho front
ranks of tbo 'lyric stage world. It 1 im
possible to speak too highly of ber, which
ever of ber qualltio wo dUcuss."
Oah Stock kor Sale $10,000 gas stock
for salo. Knoulre at
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Fnn pistols and cartridges and bowl
knives, go direct Us P. Net!, No. TO Ohio
Alexander Ulovo at Dollar Store.
Seed Microscope at Dollar Htore.
Cakii Case at Dollar Store.
Ir tou want a Pair ot" boot made to or
dcr, out of tho best material, and In the
most fashionable and durable manner, go
to Win. Khlers, on Twentieth lret, ep-
poslto tho court house. tf
NowiiEiir. In tho city can you secure a
better fitting, finer or better made pair of
boots than at the (hop of Win. Khler. on
Twentieth street, near the court house, tf
Notice. All ptuwenger train will ttop
at Mound Junction until further notice
dlw JAMES JOHNSON, Ageat.
t'lojlnsf Oat Hair.
Twcnty-flvo thousand dollar worth of
rcady-mado clothing, hats, caps, boots,
shoes, trunks and valcscs are offered for
into by P. Neff, 79, Ohio Lve., at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, it being his in
toiition to closo out In that lino and em
bark exclusively and more extensively In
tho furnishing good and merchant tailor
This closing out aale furnlshe an oppor
tunity to aecuro clothing cheaper than
ever before offered in tbi market.
A LAR(itock of furnishing good of all
kind alway on hand at P. NefTi, No. 7
Ohio Levee. dectnf
Cou.vtt Order Wanted Cash paid
for tountv order, at
dlw KNTKRPR1SK SAVING'S HANK
Sex Olnstc a: Dollar Store.
Tho weather was quite cold yesteiday
morning, tho thermometer indicating 28
dug. It moderated greatly during tho
day, nnd wo not frotixlng at dark, but
may hnvo done so during tho night.
Clouds obsetired the sun nearly all day.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
New Tls-e TaWf.
On and after 12:30, p.m., Sunday, Doc.
Ith, tho following time table will govern
tho arrival and departure of pataenger
trains nt Cairo!
Mail train leave at a: St) a.m.
Express, " at 'Mo p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo F.xpress
leavoaat l:'-? "'
Accommodation leavos at...l:30 p.m.
Mall arrive 05 a.m.
Express, arrives Vi-.li p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Kxpross
arrives P-"' A
Tho last named train leave St. Louis at
10:30 a.m. Trader can leavo Cairo at 1:U0
a.m., roach St. Louis at 7:W a.m., raiualn
n tho city throo hour, and return to
Cairo at 4:15 p.m , the Mine day.
Tho 1U:30 accommodation and Cairo and
St. LouU oxpres leave daily? all other
leavo dally except Sunday.
Wuy passenger ibould boar in mind that
tho 3:30 p.m., train make only four top
ping betweon Cairo and Centralla, vis:
Jonesboro, Oarbondale, Du Quoin and
Ashloy. Tbo 1&30 p.m., train stop at all
the station along the route.
J AS. JOHNSON,
decOtf Agent., CIro.
Arlington, Columl.ua, Armada, rduesh,
J Uraua, bKki,
The weather was clear and cold
yeUerday, with the theomometer at 20 deg
at daylight. It roo to 40 dcgroei during
tho day, and had not fallen much below
that point last night when our report
closed, at by that time tbo sky hadbecamo
overcast by clouds and thoro woro trong
indication of falling weathor.
Tho river fell two inchea yeiterday and
aaemed to be stationary last nigbt.
The Mitslsslppl U ittll doted by Ice to
St. Louis, but thtro I a report current In
bt, ijouuthat the Missouri has opened at
Oofforson City and that tho leo was being
wept down by a considerable rlso. Tho
itory look hshy.
Tho Ohio remains closed to navlga
tion abovo Kvansville, and to probnblly
closed below that point. Tho O. W. Thorn
as has started up to find out, but wo havo
no information a to how far sho has
proceeded. At hut account there was
only thrco feet six Inches to Kvansville,
and thoro is probably tho tntno above, if
tbo river wat open. It is reported rising
slowly at Cincinnati, but tho present cool
weather will stop that, unless ii chnngo
take place very speedily.
Dullness here continue good.
Tho Utah has rccoivod about 200 ton
and will leavo on to-morrow with a good
trip for tho Arkansas.
Tbo barso lino sent off a boat lust
nigh', with thrco barges containing 1,800
tons for New Orleans, all of which was
Tho A. Baker is still high and dry nt
our wharf, where, the was left by tho fall
ing river. Sho it not receiving any Injury
and will bo all ready for business as toon
assbu can bejsot afloat. Capt. Trover,
however It mlsslngu splendid oppurtunlty
of making money with her ns thero is a
largo quantity of flour und limn awaiting
bis nppearanco with n steamboat
to bring it to Cairo. Thrru is
also considerable freight hero to bo distri
buted along the wuy. Ill fortune, or "hud
luck," is like a bull dog-when It tnk.s
bold of a man it seems loth to let go.
Capt. Trover has had about enough, wo
think, and wo sincerely hopo that he limy
soon como to a "turn in tho lane."
Somo thlorc committed a robbery of
watches, etc, on tho fine steami-r Dexter,
below Memphis, and tUn " n
fire lu tno cotton with which eho was load
ed, hoping to escape In tho confusion. Tbo
boat was landed and tbo Ore extinguished,
but tho thieves escaped. Mr. K. A. Smith,
a borse drover from Cincinnati, lost n
watch worth $300.
Tho sand washed out from under tho
tow boat Shark, which has been so long
aground at Liberty bar, and alio has sunk.
We havo no particular.
The Lumadon received a full load of
pork, bulk meat and aisortcd freight for
Memphis and cleared yesterday morning.
The Talisman brought out 14 roll of
leather for St. Louis. 280 bbls flour. 570
plow, 1') ton soundrics for rcshipment
Tho Virginia discharged hero 01 head
cattle, loO tks in1l, 15 hsd rtigar for the
Q. C. R. R.
Tho Marblo City brought 1510 bale
cotton, 600 dog hides, 76 ska dried fruit, 50
bl oil for tbo railroad nnd -ICo beer keg
for reshlpmcnt to St. Louis.
lnrralignlion l ntc-aatry fur tho rtv-
lion of Hi human lnif KJnMia ulirnim-
htalthr influrncea are abroaj, aa Iron armor n.l
granltn eaaamrnta are for Iho pruUclion of lii'
anJforirassvs whnaaaaill tiy aliol an I shall.
Htnce, It la dlrM when Ikoao otrnt nrmlr
of vlUlllf, 1ainp ami colJ pi'r-A'le tlio air
breaths, to nt the ayatm In the I! oIMi
conJitian lo cucountsr llif m. Tlie -toinal l Iho
organ tjr "liioli "ry other arsan H noiirlh"'l
an l aiiatalnnl, a l llirffif ua lis -ianroin
aat riiUralion iUMtiida, in a trent iiiraiirt,
thec.tp.u!il- of Iho ajraum to roiMtho ai-uilla of
the Inslail'l- anomli-aef h-illli ami ll, ijr whl' h
at this inclement aeason, It t aurrounJeil. Itiw
letler'a Stomaeli lilltfra.an 'liniralil tonM ami
reiiuUlinK ru(llinefirllaaon", la noser merr
nrle.l ihan In wiutar.when Iho lori'll'l Ina liln
aoss of chilly alnioahereetrfcU all the ill il
funeiioiK, a. I remlera the My eslrf ni- ly Mi
Cllble. Ut tinlot Iho illi(fln eriiini,
amt the liver, ami ihe U.w la ullh lhl iiniiuallml
sexetrti! pee Idol phTairal eoatllllon i iiltalnetl
which aeema to t I'nmf xinat nil arielie nf
tempeiat are, ami that Iniinieal in Ihe ulrof win
ter. tfenlfomeili.'atl in i rr!CBiitiun wliMi
ahauH nmer l' nelecll wluu ilaiiK'r l I'rai
nl, nJ therefore a courae f Ihe Hitter at Una
teaaon Is partuoltrl; ilealrahle, eHH ialy lor the
for Ihe feeble ami aicklx. Aa a remedy for llllou.
na, iaeaia, uerou"iit', and liowel eoni.
I'lainla, there is nolhlugoomi'araMc lo thla whole,
CINCINNATI ADVKRTISKMKN I .
STEAM EHQINFS, I0IURS,
Gopper and Sheet Iron Work
No. 848 Ktvit I'earl Street,
Cor. Walnut& Gano Sts
DAVIS & TUCKER
Unltiwl States of America, Southern District of
Vh-reh, nn Iho 'JStli 'ny ef December, A. D.
170, Knn K. Kerr, John D. Kerr, I'ntrivu Mo
Nell. Jot n -cnti ami Henry llerry tiled nllmllil
Ihe f strict Court nftli United ftt.ilu- fur tho
ro'ilhern DUtrlci "I llluioia,nii.iliia "elj(htv Mar
R Iocs nak,a-h ellil Mfied nour IViiik et tho
nii uuro in inn iii-iru ntor"m, priiyiuit
hat the tnmn hn rntiilpinnntl In ocnorilmion with
the titftver nf ralifllt.nL And uliprM.. hv tlrlllo
of proeea la dun form of law. to mo tfirccled.
retiirnahlo nn the drat Monday In February next,
I hare aelced upon ami taken tho aild "elKhty
fouraawlonna.oaK.aali uid rafleif" and harolho
tamo In my custodjr.
.."V."" !if 'en, iiiai iiitrlet uouri or
the United Mlaiea will bd hebl at thu United .states
Court Iloiim, in Ihe city nl Cairo, on tbnr-t Mon
day In (ebruary noxt, for tho trial ot tho asld
premiaea, ana me owner or owner-, and all o-r-aonawno
ha-eorclalmnny lntere-t therein. , am
hereby cited to be and ap ear nt Iho timo and
IHiKo luornaMii, 10 -now euuse, ir any tney h ive,
why a decree shnuM not t romlercil In accord-
ance wmi ine prayer or aald lltel.
,. . JOHN Ii. HoL'Tr, U. H. Marshall,
Ilj Peter 8aup, Deputy.
Cairo, 111-., Dvcemlier, '.fth, t?Tn.-)n9dltt
Unite,! Plate of Amcrlc
Hmilhern District ol
l1'u,",n'V!1,-, 'y 'f Deeemlier, A. II.
17, William Morrla and ileoro W Hiun., .rt.
rttiiVuVV1',11 "."iniho District Court il t o
United Htatea for tho Houthern Diatriet of lllin.
0 . HIZ nt thn RtMktnl-.al ltllnnj.i.1 ... M I
bpnta, tackle, npp.irel and fiirnltiire, praying that
IhoaamomaylHicondetiino.l m ,u.n..r.lr.n A.m.
the prayer of aild libel. And wherca. tjy virtue
... ,..--r-in iiu'iiuim u, in., t iiiuMirecieM, ri
luriLible on thetlr-t M inibir in Feltruary, I h?o
eeiteii uiununi maen !iiofmi aie.imtrfi.it "lien
KalTlner," her bont", tickle, upp.rM ni. turm
turo and h.iro Ihs .imn in my nto.iv.
otlce la hereby iflieli, that a I'-li .tt Court of
thn United sSlate- mil ba held nt tin- Unite I MMto
Court room, in theeltynr i tirn, in dm ttr-t Mon.
day in February next.fTir tho trial of tho eid prin
iaea. or owners, and nil ner-on whoAtid thn inn
hon or claim nny Inu re-t therein, nre hereby
citeu to no nnu appear ill lM' iiinoiiuii iiMinniori1
aim, iianoirciiiiae, u any irioirne, ituni
ahonld not ! rendereil in ni'eordam ii it
prayer (f aaid lll- l.
j n. i.. Knurr.
Ilv I'eterSnun. Ilenitl v.
L . H. Jl ir.lull
Cnlro, III., liecernberJO, isru. in -ilir
Aitn 1X1 HTU ATO it'S XV
tici: HslAloof llenjamln .Mayo, iliv eae l.
Thounderli2ned l ulni: iH-eiiiiiiixunled Admin-
ialrator of Ihoe-tate of muri .M ijo, l.i'o of
Ihueountvot Alexander nnd ftatoof Illiiioi. d-
cr-i-ed. hereby ultra notle that he in'l iipienr
before Ihe Counly Court of Alexander fount), nt
Iho Conn lloue in C.ilro, m tln Febrmry Term,
on thn 'third Jlotid.li iii IVbrit-iry, r.ext. ot
IliCll ti SI all peraoha lulVlllit l lllll-iUilllt nllll
eatatn are nolineil and reoue.ti .l in m , u i tor Ihe
Uirpo-eofhiivinKlho amosdtiled. .Ml rejii
ndehted 'o a.ilil r5t.1t? aro reiiue-led t liiutie Mil
mediate payment lo the iimlerlijlie I.
iMien, iiii-.-'iii n.iy in i4'emiir .. . i7ii.
TIHJMAl M Itr.IN.
l.l.t of Idlers rein.iliniuiiueliimod hi the I'-xt
OttU'e, all .alto, til., on fMturd.it. J ri. T. I-TI.
Iliirlelah. mr Kdtinle
.lone., M l ie It'
.K.iiio. I,rr. j'
llealy. mra .M.ry
Mcllride, iur-.M J
llecker, nil. Marr
.sillier, .t l.l
k'arker. no-. U .1
ttrnldo, 311.. M
niuelnr. mr M J
Mv.14 ilu, Cirri
-until, nit M I!
Worthuuton, Inr- M
Ward, ilJK le
Willi. i'ij., Krtiali
Hclfupl. mr 1
Cotton, inr I..
i'.wiidr. ml.. M
Deney, mra Mnrsaret
DavtJaon, mi" Mollie
Katun, inn a Annie
Farrelt, nir Ann
tlrrxK, wis Carry
lio'i.iuui, Sarah A
llarrla, inr. I.mi.i
Howell. llelKfea 1
Anlhony.JM I.ewj. A
luii.j.. 1.1 er. .1 SI
Allen, IS d II
Alhro, C It
llevkHorlh, .M 'I'
Hate., li r
Hrowu, J J
llmwii, John T
Hrowu. I. .S
ladla, llolif A
Crocker, J II
Coleman, 0 M
Knierioii, r M
l.lgin, J H
I t t. M
lioodiill.i'.implo'll A i'i
I. 'llJ-OIl l .MlKUt'
llai-e. All !-(
1111. II I'
llo kk. II C
lleiler, 11. M
llaii llton, II .S
Hut, Joint 51
Hall, Loin N
llanlwick, W r
Killer, II M
llou.nl, l' It
lliit.ou.l'apt ( K
II lol. II C
Hudson, J M
II. ll.r, M
III. lor, Tllllolh)
H111nel10l.ll r, U 111
Johu.oiii S .N
Jolif r , 'riliilll 1.
Jamea, lien I,
K reamer, U A
I, itllep. ."'. J II
LoUlell. Jaine. I,
l.aiK'H'.ter, W K
Moo ly, I. II
Mh). a, t uT Y
.McCl.treii, WilliJln A Co
Mo. mi, l.(
Nl. Iioi.iin, liiii ;i
si.l.irue, J II
l'oole, ll. lin
Prop, 1 In nl . it
Terry, A II
Kobiiixjn, I. lot,
Itedmouil, J I!
llobiunn, I W 1
lllglllir.e, . II 1
ini.ri', Wm t
IN-.. II II
llvel.'. Trui J
llll l ik,, 1 It
emiili, II null
.-ull.nl, I ii id
MewMrl, I mi i.l r
-nllinl, I.j lll.ili
.-i.n.iit, l.oi.t 1;
en) re, .ddui II
Mi'phelL, J C
M'i leil, ii,i;ujii r 1:
rl II, .N.lllllll
flout' ,lmi 1
HI tile I,. I
Min lei, IV A
.ii"li. W.il lo
Mi Hi". It J
'I rot, Joiiu w
'1 .111.it r. I
Tillllr, i; l-
Vuiider.ti,i.i-r, FI tirnei
Veiriii, i-H M
toiler. .I.ttf li
Whee it, l,.litnrd
Whu r, IIS
Wiii.or, il li
William, It i
UII.011, S M
W'e.t, , C
Yuan. , M.ut
Vurnt II, T i
Yarn ill. Jehu
Yiiroall, II K
liug, w i
Perou railing lor uu) ol Ihe iiboie .'tr,
will pleiKcn.k lor-llieill'i'd letter" Bil l 'llr
h lioof Ins lif 1 V. M 'lCKM i, I', t
TICKETS JrOR SALE
CAIItC t'riini Sfiioil. I.ttitiliiiiilt I't.v,
IJlllHUOW iurr 11HK.lt It III Clllio
HAfTord, MorrU &. HUilo, At
I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
QtfU XiailT ONIsY.
AiitirHilny EvcBlag, Jau ltM?
Free, IllHstratlrt', Moral & Iastractlf
IN rEItCNTIW O, IMPOKTAMT AW
Hrerv oersnn. old and round ahonld hear tha
lecturo aa It may bo the meana of laying then;
Imndieila of dollars during lifetime. S"rl
:USIIOIIKS WIiibBE aianiniTau
iinrin,. 11. n nnitiir. The ladiea and fftntlemail
nf this city aro retpectfullr Inrlted to attand.
I.K'turo to commence at7Ji o clock.
FOR THREE DAYS
Muceeerllnff that of tho lecture one of lh eon
'Jf !"J J'ir"-n o' ", -,
UUlUK'SrEll l.lf llOIAIlli maui i niimn'l
HOCHETJCK, . I.,
AS Hi,. ait.CSirlM Hotel.
t'orthnpiirpoaoof treating ail patient wboears
bn euie.l at their home and making arrange-
mcnt with other who may wish to go to ins
Till Inatltiitimi ronalal of four denartment
fortlmtreiilinent of dneiwea, ni the prestrra-
uoiian i improtement ot neaitn.
Su'itlcil Depirttnent for the treatment of
esery variety ofdoformlly of thiaplneand limb.
oriQrrnuy 01 inoi.ue, erooicea itanua nn leoi.
dlea 01 tlio Joint., contracted cords, till knees.
( me. in the bladder, whlto awelllnir, cancer, 00m
luonaad ovarian tumor-, hipdiseaae, pll a and
tl-tiil i, airlcturni, amputation and all dlaoi ot
the i ;n and cir, ete.
Depirttn-ntfor Dicac of Women and Child
ren For thn treatment of chlorosis, debility,
orm-,dl'ino' thonervon vtem, olnl irrl
tulicni, f'lo.ilewcakne, terllity, tnensirul ill
e.nr, jirolap-ii. Iinmedlately relieved without
the pe-ary, etc.
D'partneail tor th treatmsnt nf chronic di.
eae Inclti nnu theCitarrah, ilipepla, "p lop
ay, 3rofuU,ttlnnv cjiMitmptl n, aemlntl .e.k
tu , di-e.wi of the U' he irt. lunge, stom!h,
tiler, bowt I-, Moo., M il ler and kl'lil.K. etc.
The Hulling Irp.iriinoiil Which altord the
tn.'-l In 111 ion iinj ruinplvte baihiu arrange
meni forth eiroof lewi and the prifftfa-
torn of he .Ith in tmerlca,
I'hy.ie.nna nnd Mnrgeon Prof. 1) Wfl.'-O.'S,
Proprietor! H.l'. Il.whnlrg. W. H.l.ojan, W.
i: t'lirl'MSh, J P. Hiinef, I.. Ilroesman, It.Ne.
t.iii, I. V. .M "it, A. I. Coopr, . II. Humdion, V.
fj. olle, W. W. Wood, P. I,. Johnson,
Prarin.ieeu!i!s-. VV. lirutl, i:t , and Mr. II.
.". Ili riun. , .
Aji m I M Vneh.iv.k, J Jo-hnon, L. W.
Mdl-r. J , , .
(i!lli'oInuri-Fr iiiUii.m. t p.m ,a-.d on last
lav from 'J n.m., to I p 111. lies! nf re'ereuce. in
tho he 1 1 of all our phy-iClsn. JanMSt
WYrfiii'Miny, Jantmry H
Coins i'ne. liivenanajr. IJ.n... Utei)lJ)'
get.apn.'e. Ihe renowned
TheOr-fll Kuropeim C.inuror, In hi a.toiii-hinrf
lll.i.l-.iiiii.iilidibl ahlluln.l.terte.. OneThc 11
nn I ITi. will Nt given fi rly ainmw tms
audiener eonn.lllirt i-f 11 V-ililabli. Ilr orlli
SI.V1 111.1v ! .em on Mednentay. f'k t
k,n.. KliiT.fMl li itW, and fiol tlreen
l, l.-. and iirollj- '-'' o her valuatlo ami i.tiit
mini.-.. I!i iiicmVr evirjlK'ly tr.ta a prise.
.S.tii-i"nUI ccn'a. U- . 'iie.l ! , J. Door opit
nt o look
M AUKMIDF I illl.l II I's ierpeliilli
I 'I'tionhiy r.vvnltij;, Juminrj in,
A.-iled by Iho following Artistal
Mr. JT. M2YY,
The lrrsral S'lirnrt "'layer tm Ikit
Tr. .Tulcs ID. ITaall.,
Tlir i:ialnrnt llalloue.
Th itincuiliel l'iault and Cotnry)ee
raid of dmilon,ilh eoupon attachal 11,
rnrnu 10 i.uli n.triid nut, lo U had l , i
llailiiun' nu-ti. n t re on and alter Fil ls",
iinu iry wli, and nt lie Hall on th" "eoing (
oheconcerl. IVrformeact 10 comm-nc i S
t Vli-lt. deiiildl
TONIC IN USE
Fim ham: itv
E. F.MAYNARD, Prop.
1MTTSBU KSI, PA.
I, ...il.. I fi! -N. W W."." ''Ifll n,el lUii
hti'n., hiM'l''il Pa-
JAi'Dll Nt'IIUl''"f Xola sruirieii.r
Iti a reliable I'indy Medicine, and' an la
kii bv citlii r"""1 or ut "ll wtth ""' ,anl'' oA,',,
li ul rt'.ul'-. " " urerulil, pMinplaud peedir
eiiusly fur jirrhe.i,d)oiitery. bowel complied
iliiiefi. lowneaa of rplnl, falnliug, sick
.i.iiiiaili.heii'laelie, ite. Forchlll and frier oi
ill kinds il ' ,,lr betitT nnd afrr lima ipuniiia
nl mi) of in pernicliiu ertecl. it ettec'a
n iipiielile, prove. 11 punerfill dlse.tor of nod
ii'il mil counteract Ihe ellect of liijuor In a fear
M iiillej. A ilidi'putiiblo evidence, of lUmedl.
r il properties, o append a lew of Ihe many cel.
lib ttte III our poaeion .
.I,ilition' Depot, F.Jt Tiiui., ard '. 11. It
JiiiuSiiiiiT, i:i.fturir! I nsveiie 'tla
L'literl hive oh nineil tiom )ou, nnd UtI .heia
lo lie 1 they are recommended to t I found
one bottle to ailor I meeoinldi ral'la relief, I feJ
iittliou.'li liMiinoloo v.ry well without Ihoio.ia
my pretnnr state of health.
D. MKNIfiK, ll'l Couth Sill al., I'h Ij.
Fmtor ilapnt I', yuiik Churtn.
Mold by W. P. Allen.Os fMlnlreet Dubuque.
Bulletin job office
l.ti.o ouiupiitsit Ingcaihsru HUnopi