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THE O-sAXHO BTJXiXiSTIlNr, (TJsJlsnjJLtlZ' 17.
I'm- C'lly .tlnralnil,
Wo arc authorized to announce ANDKTIWCAIN
n candidate for tlm olfica of City Marthal, Mill-
;uct lo llin ili-clslon of llio beiiHH'wtlf party.
V.'onro milhorltcd to announce that IIK.NHV T.
MAUTINwill be a candidate for llieolllceof (Illy
Marshal, ut thu tiiaultig charter election, nib
Jeet to the. derision oflho Democratic putty.
Wo ara authorised to announce l'AUL W.
ALLKN aa nil Independent candidate for the office
of Oily M nratinl, iibjcct only to tlie tlccliion of
til NApp. til"
l or . It)- Clerk.
At Ihe rcqucatof many friend, I am n candi
date for tlm officii of City Clerk, subject to the de-
el'innof the Democratic part).
HTILL IN T1IK VIKLX).
Wo arc atilhorlred to announce tint name of J,
T. THOMAS an a candidate for tlio office, of City
Clerical tlio dialling municipal election. tl
Corner KIrIiIIi Nlrcot and Ohio I.ee,
Orcr Vincent' Grocery (Store, Inform tlio people
f Cairo that he ha ptirchaacd and reflltod In tho
liicnl thorough manner tho
of J. O. Haiti ell, rnU Jn It otio of tlm mol com
plete In tlm Weal. lie If now prep-ircd to do lt
fclmlaof work in his line, from Ilia HMALLHHl'
JIl.SATl'IlK TO LIFF.-SIXK I'OIITIIAIT.-S. Ho
make the new
ItKMHHAJI 1ST 1'ICTt'llK,
III tin-ni'j-t approved ilylc. Tlio beat kind ol
p'cture taken (n tloudy; weather. Children
plcturea taken 111 threo to four aoconda. ollplc
lirei copied anl enlarged. Come one, come ell
and aeo hn apeclrnena, decSvill
NEWS 0? THE CITY.
Ki.ouic Choice Family Flour In bbls
Imlf bbl., sacks, Ac, for salo nt the Egyp
tian -Mill. mi
A laikji: stock of furnlahlng good of nil
kind, always on hand nt I'. Nell's, No. 79
Oblo Levee. det-Otf
NOTICK. All pasaeilgcr train Will Slop
ill Mounds Junction until further notice.
illw JAMES JOIIXSOX, Agcr.t.
Koit pistols ami cartridges and bowlo
knives, go direct to l1. Nell's, No.; TO Ohio
Ii you want n good, stylish nnJ woll
fitting suit of clothe, made to order, you
mast go to 1'. Nell", No. 7'.i Ohio Levee".
1 1- vol' want ii pair of boota made to or
der, out of the kft material, mitl in tho
matt fathlonnblo nnd durnblo manner, go
to Win. Khlcr, on Twentieth street, op
poito thcl court Iioiik-. tf
Wantiih at .St. CitAiiixs Hoti:l.
AVe want n llr-t-tlan uhnuihcrmald,
laundry nnd dining room girl. To each of
thu nbove, steady (miiloymont will bu
given, nnd II bo nil wages paid.
JKWKTT WILCOX .V Co,
tf l'rop. St. Clmrlua IIotd.
aaai a I I aillli aw
Txii:n IIkotiikk, 63 Ohio l.ovoo, will
huroafter keep conitntitly on hand, direct
from tho K.i. tern mamifiicturvra tho very
ben winter utrnined purlUcliiorm oil, for
iowIiii; inuchlnca, nnd nil tlnu nnd light
machinery. TliU oil hm never ytt been
iiipcrcedctl by nny of tho mnnufnrtured
olli, m It never gunu or ii directed by tho
Tiik incut mnrketof Gayer & Co at tho
turner of Wnthlngton nvcnuo nnd Tenth
direct, Ii ono of ' Innitutloni ' of thu city.
It it not only nbunduntly iuplled with
tho bcit of pork, beef, venl, mutton Inmb,
inuiAge, etc., but It prcicnti nn nlr of
oleiiiillnoai nnd order thnt Ii rarely leen in
t'UiibllihmcnU of llko chfirncter.
(nyer' Co. huvo had ninny year ex
perience m butcher, nnd hnvo long ago
lenrnol thnt itpnya bcitto kcei flnu menu
nnd vommitnd llrt-clftM cuitom. For
cholco meat, tliorcforo, cut In u neat nnd
klllful inunncr, go to "Tho roplu',Mcttt
Market," preIdod over by (liiycr f: Co
Mk. 1. ltnLiA'a Out K.NTKr.vRisK.
Mr. Itellly inrm tis that thero l
growing domanuTrt;kct4 in his ptopoicd
dlitrlbutlon of vulfj'V.t'uiro property,
nnd that tho druwinjinjfrl most likely tnko
placo by tho timo HiVd- Tho principal
prize, It will bo recWeetcd, U .Mr. .'
lino brick reIdoiice, ono of tho ino.t com
plet'J In tho city and oroctod by him
lit a coit of $13,300. Verioiu deiirlng
clmiiw can ectiro them nt any time ty"
calling on or nddrciilng .Mr. lUIily. -t
CloHlng Out Sale.
Twenty-llvo thoiinnd dollar worth of
rendy.iniulo clothing, hati, caps, booU,
khoc, truuk and vnluse aro olfered for
mlo by 1'. Nctr, W, Ohio I.evoe, at AC
TUAI COST I'HICKS, It Inslng Ills in
tention to cloio out in that lino and cm
bark exclusively and moro oxtcnilvoly in
tho furnlihlng goods and merchant tnilor
ThU closing out huIq fumUhus nn oppor
tunity to iccuro clothing clieapor than
over beroro otl'orcd in this market.
A MUCK DWELLING HOUSE FOR
A two story brick residence, admirably
crounds (4 lets), sit-
o . ,
uated on ttio corner ot noiurooK iivl-uuu
andTwunty-Uilrdstroet, will bo sold on tho
most reasonable terms. It Is locatod on
high ground, In an oxcollont neighbor
kcod, tho grounds containing bearing fruit
trees, vinos and choice solcctlonsof shrub
bery. It Is, In short, ono of tho completcst
omcs In tho city.
Apply to AY. H.THOMAS,
At Thomas, Green &Alden
Toilet sots At tho Dollar .Store.
IUlmkh' Storo. box tit Dollar Store
O.vk lumdrod iilctiires
I'iano-Tukek. .Mr. F. Wm. Morkle,
of St. J.o;ii., phttio-ttitiQ", Is In tho city.
I.oavo order nt Cnrxiii's.
Announcements. Thu cjluinns of
The llui.i.r.TiN nro open for tho rceop-
tlon of ntinouucoiiicnts. Our terms
$5, in advance.
BL A regular convocation of Cairo
7VChaplor No.,71 It. A. M.,wlll bo held
at Masonic Hall, this (Tuesday) evening
for business nnd installation ofouicers.
Stkket Fillino. Tho caso of Falls
vs. the City of Cairo, to recover monoy
paid for street lllllng Is now in the Supreme
Court. Mulkcy, Wall and liceicr, ior
tho plaintiff, and I.ansdcn, for tho city,
have prcpnrod elnbornto nrgumonts in tho
V. M. D. A. A regular meeting oftho
Yoiiiil' 'Mnn'a Drnmntlc Association will
bo held on to-morrow (Wednesday) oven
ing. A cast of chnrncters will bo mndo for
thu next entertainment, and a full nltend-
ntico oftho members is therefore expected.
Ily order of
d'Jt US. DiXAV, President.
To ISivnii Mkv. Wo have been re-
ipicsteil to publish tho following for tho
benellt of river men ;
Kverv nurson. white or black, who Is
employed in the navigation of tho river, or
lnkcp, or sea, when doubled from nny
eatue, nnd rendered unlit for duty, U en
titled to care and treatment in n United
States Marino Hopltnl, Jrtr if. eharge.
To rnlii an cntrnnco Into the hospital it is
only neceiwnry that such employee shall
have a certillcato of lilt occupation from
the nlllccr of the boat on which lie ii em
ployed, or any other proof of his occupa
tion. This eertlllcato iircsentol to the Sur
veyor of the Fort will Insure bis admis
sion Into the hospital until lit for duty.
Kkctvkk. Hon. Heiijamin F. Taylor,
if Indlnnapolls, Ind., will lecturo at the
l'csbytorian Church next Monday eve
ning, tho Inst., at half past seen
o'clock. Subject: " Thmight and it CVmr
Tho following aro some of tho testlmo
nlals of the press concerning .Mr. Taylor
as a lecturer :
'The entire lecture sparkled with rich
and beautiful thought, and Mr. Taylor
has added to his well-estttbllihcd lepiltn
tlou hero as one of the ablest thinkers and
sH-aker now before the public. Stnlintt,
floii', .V. r.
"HI u-m a lecture, Hie conception of
tlia prorincu of a lecturer I perfect."
Made, Tulrdo, O.
"An Hiidiencn which filled St. James
Hall nearly to its entire capacity came out
la it evening, through the wlldeitand most
tcmpctltioui weather of the season, to lis
ten to the lecturo of .Mr. II. F. Taylor. It
Wu not hi llrt Mppoaritticuoiillio roitrnm
In this cltv, nnd Ida reception 1nt evening
Indicate tint lie I here, ns everywhere, a
favorite. It flowed like ncrvstal stream,
llnKhlng in eaten ib.' s of delicate fancies,
dimpling with eddies of quaint and genial
humor as moving in a deep nnd quiet chan
nel of truo and manly thought, but ever
clear and bright iind" musical. 'Itufalo
lUrsi, -V. J'.
IlonJ. G. Taylor's lecture announced for
January li'th, has been postponed until
A young Swecd, while telling n tale of
want, sickness nnd poverty, oppoIte the
court-house on Saturday night, suddenly
loit tho use of hi limbs and fell helpless
on the.strect. Mr. Metcalf kindly cared
Mr. and Mri. John Lansden aro tho
hnppy parents ot a female infant, born on
The Slur, published by F. Gallgher &
Co., is to bo enlarged -md greatly Im
proved In typographical appearance. Who
knows but this littlo Slat may grow Into
n (till moon?
Tho steamer Gen. Anderson U lying at
Santa Fe. A fow nights ago, the lads and
lasses of that neighborhood had a grand
dunce In the cabin of tho boat.
Theroaro n largo number of peoplo in
from the country parts of the county at
tending the Circuit Court.
Uuslnoss in tho city has greatly Improved
within tho past fow days.
Judgo llross proposes to iittcud the con
vention of County Judges of counties not
under township organization, which I to
bo held at Springlleld on tho 'Jlth Inst.
James Gray proposes to rulllo off his
watch, at Tom Callahan's valoon, to-mor-row
evening. Seo advortisoment.
Tho Davenport llrother will appear at
tho Athenieum on Monday and Tuesday
ovenliigs, January 'J.ld and 21th, 1871.
Vut Kolloy's trial for an attack upon
Finnegan Hoylo with Intont to commit
murder will bo tried at tho present term
of the Circuit Court if Tat is on hand.
Vrosecutlng Attornoy McCartnoy is in
tho city In attendance at Court, and Is
stopping at tho Dclmonlco.
Murray, tho gas litter, is putting tho gas
pipes into tlio custom houso. He has
reached tho socond floor.
Thoro is nothing to comparo with tho
lino job printing being turned out of tlio
Hui-i.ktin ollleo iitthlstlrooj and, then, it
Is so cheap.
Tho Young Men's Dramatic Association
will hold u mooting to-morrow evening,
to prepare for the next entertainment.
A now club has been organized In thu
city. It bus not yet been nauiod, Tho
question of title was debated at tho last
mooting, a number of tho members Indit
ing that it should bo named " Tho Impo.
cunlom Social Club,"and nn equal number
Insisting It must bo named "Tlio Slippery
Outlkp.v nt tlio Dollar Store.
l'roli tc roiirt lis Sraalon-ClrcisU Court
The lllcrr-riinl ami rom
or-Atsoriiy I'reaeiU-Tlie I)ockt
Tho l'robnlo Court is now In session,
nnd transacting much Important business,
Judge I!ro, presiding; Jacob G. Lynch
Clerk; A. II. Irvln, Biiorin.
This court commenced yesterday mom
Iiil'. at 10 o'clock, .m., Hhr Honor, D.
Ilakor. presiding; John (l.JIarman, Clork
A. II. Irvln. Sheriff; John F. McCartnoy,
Prosecuting Attorney. Tho following
persons wero sworn as
orricitiw or tii court
during tho torm :
David C. Stewart,
Geo. W. Wcldon,
J no. W. Strnuhnl.
(IBANII J U 110 KM.
John P. Holy, Foromntr,
Win. A. Itcdimm, Clerk,
. D. U HargU",
Win. It. Llndsey,
Wm. W. .MoPhi:ler,
Win. 1 Jerry,
Joseph J. Able,
J. J. Vick.
Tho (Jrand Jury was placed in chiirgo
of oflker Cnln.
James A. .Morris,
.lame's W. Durham.
James A. Kumncr,
Wm, L. Voung,
W. J. Ilucklev,
James C. Sullivan,
H. V. Klppctiburg,
The following attorneys were present:
I idgcs Wm. J. Allen, Wm. II. Green nnd
John H.Mulkey; and S. P. Wheeler, F.
I. Albright, Wm. II. Gilbert, Miles F.
Gilbert. John M. Lansden, John F. Mc
Cartney and F. W. McCartney.
Tin: iiaii nor-Kirr contains two hundred
twenty-six fives fourteen criminal, one
hundred aixtvonc common law eiie and
llftv-ono ehanccry rite.
Tlm Court adjourned at 3 o'clock p.m.
tq H:30 o clerk this a.m.
Paiitino WonKi. The farewell word
of Mr. M. 1). Harrcll, late associate editor
of Tun Hcm.ktin, were such as we ex-
pjcted ho would write full of kindly feel
ing and friendship for hi old associates In
this ofllce. No difference ol opinion or ill
feeling occasioned tho separation, and we
part from our former associate with regret.
We shall always remember with plcuriuro
tho days of our builness and social inter
course with him, nnd we know wo
shall miss tho support we havo received
from his pen. Into his now enturprl-o he
carries with him our hopes forhii succesis
and wo know liu will use ovcry endeavor
which energy nnd pcrsoveranco can call
into requisition tonchiovoit. Saying Good
llyo lo him, we send with tho farewoll
words tho best wishes of Tttu Hullutin.
Cl.lIAl; liOAII TO CAPE GlHAllDKAU,
The County Court aro now constructing n
bridge over Sexton's creek on tho road
from Cairo to Capo Girardeau, and will
have the work completed in about two
weeks. At present thu citizens who live
near this road on the Capo Girardeau side
of thu creek are compelled to deal In that
place, or come lo Cairo by a long round
about rough road j bi.t, with the comple
tion of the brldgo now being constructed,
all that part of the county will bo put into
nearer communication with this city and
wo shall obtain tho trade Capo Girardeau
has robbed from us.
Pomck Mattkiw. Hiram Jloddaor,
JiU. Hoskin and Pat Gibson wero drunk,
James Chester drunk and disorderly, and
Win. Spenco very drunk und exceedingly
disorderly. Olllcurs Sheenau and Cain
arrested tho offenders and brought them
before Judgo llrois, who disposed oftho
cases in ii fow moments. Hiram was sent
up for so ven nays, James Hoskin and Pat
for eight days, Jim Chester for eleven
days and Hill Spenco for ninodnys. Total
number of day' work secured to tlio city
by tho use of lightning whisky, forty-eight
Don't. Tho Pmliieali Kentuetim says
the cotton received at that placo don't
como to Cairo. Where, then, does it go?
Cairo Is tlio placo it should como to(
and It would If tho cotton dealers of that un
interesting llttlu burg were wIo. To send
ilu.lr cotton el'owhero Is the hluht of
folly. Cairo is in connection with ull tho
world by rail nnd is clo.-o to Paducah,
which U a sort of a jumping oil place.
Tai'I'KU. A thlel'tapped tho till of Mis.
John Cuminlng's millinery storo, cm
Eighth streot, Saturday night, nbout 7
o'clock. Whilo the Madam was In a rear
room ho walked Into tlm store, went bo
hind tho counter, and secured tho contents
of tho ilrnwor.
M icn's gloves at thn Dollar Store VJJU'
"Work boxes at tho Dollar Storo.
Hecretawk's at tho. Dollar Storo.
Fiikb Uai.1, and lUrvLK.-Thero will
be a ba'l hrid rnfflo for a line watch, on
next Wednesday, January 18th, ono door
from the corner of Twontlcth St. and Com
morclal avenuo,,at Tom Calahnn'a ealoon
Cairo Jan. 1C. at JAjpKS OKAY,
Auction Sale. Will be sold "Wodrics
day, Jan. 18th, 1871, at 10 o'clock, a.m., in
Front of Miller & Parkor's itoro, No. 38
Ohio Lovce, for account of whom It may
concern, tho following goods from tho
sunkon stoamor II. S. Tumor: 17 hhds
sugar; 1 bbl. molasses; 1 bbl. bcof, &c
By order of UNDERWRITERS.
Cain. Mr. Andrew Cain announce
his determination In this morning's Hur.
lktin to becomo a candidato for City
Marshal. Mr. Cain has been in tho sor
vlco of tho city a considernblo longth
time, and has always performed hit duties
In a satisfactory manner. If nominated
and elected Marshal ho will mako nn effl
dent and faithful officer.
Strayed. Reward. Strayed from my
residence, corner Washington avenue and
Nineteenth street, on Monday morning!
January lCth, ono small-sized, red cow
with n whlto back, nnd a young whlto
nnd red calf, Tho calf had on Its neck
n leather strap with two buckles. Any
person bringing information concerning
or returning them to my rcidcnce wlll be
Jan. 17-3t. Dr. H. WABDNKIt.
Who is He? Tho Jlniublican, of
Chicago, htimado a .serious charge. It
ia declared that one of Logan's best
friends and political pets, Is a man who
was guilty of robbing sick nnd dead sol
dlers in tho hospital at Cairo. And tho
lejiulHcan adds: "That hots now a rev
enue collector instead of a ponitcntairy
convict is attributable to the fact that ho
left tho military srvico in hasty anticipa
tion of a court martial.' Who Is tho
ArHAULT WlTH INTENT TO KtLL.
Charles Anderson, who was arrested for
assaulting Mr. Gocckol, was sent up to the
county jail to await ther.ctlon oftho grand
tiry now In session.- Tho assault was vin
dictive, nnd almost resulted in serious if
not fatal Injuries toMr.Goeekol. Anderson
entered the saloon and demanded whlskyj
which (jocckcI, perceiving he was under
tho influence of liquor, refused to give.
This enraged Anderson, and ho began to
swear, storm and threaten. Goeckel, walk;
ing from behind the counter, toULlilin bo
muat lcava tho saloon, when Andurson
ilrow a Unlfo, and made a lunge, cutting
through coat, vest nnd shirt nnd inflicting
wound upon Gouckel's breast. Tho
wound is not serious, but there is no thanks
due to Anderson.
I' llamrera llaurlnar In Ja 'Cturattval
of She LlKtst t'tttitaatlcTof Who Pro-
io to I)aitc,;Whsa anrt Where.
Wu nro to have throe grand, se'.tct rt
ehtrthc balUwithln the noxt thirty dayt,and
already tho twirlors oftho light toe, which
is also fantastic, aro becoming delightfully
excited und working- up to a pleuinreblo
Tho first in order is tho ball of tho
HELTA hOCIAL CLUB,
to be given Tuesday, 3lit Inst., at tbo Club
Hall, corner Eighteenth street and Wash
ington avenue. This is tho first party of
the club and promises to bo a select affair.
Atacalled meeting, held last Friday night,
tho following committees were appointed :
Louis Jorgensn, Alex. H. Irvln,
Win. H. Morris, W. W. Thornton,
K. M.Stoektleth. Horace Wnrdher,
S. Slants Taylor, It. H. Cunningham,
A. Ii. Satlbrd, Win. Stratton.
Cha. W. Dunning, Win. U. Greou,
J. M. Phillips, U H. Woodward,
Jos. H. Taylor.
W. W. Thornton, O. It. AVoodwanl,
Clins. W. Dunning.
will be provided by either Herbert or tho
Dclmonlco, nnd will be all that the pulntu
of man could desire.
will be noxt In order, and give a grand
masqui'Nido at Washington hall, on Mon
day uvonlng, February Oth.
are Mcisri. llobort llrlbach, P. G. Sehuh
and Charles. Moohner, gentlemen who will
not fall to mako tho masquerade all Hint'
the most fastidious could wish.
will bo rich, rare and racy, and tbooecas.
slon ono of hilarity wl'.hout rudeness and
fun without indelicacy.
last, but not least, are making extensive
preparations foil their
and with tho Turner masque' to draw in
spiration from, they are. resolyed, (o the
mnnnpcru inform u to concentrate Into
their ball all tho oxeulloncici of the other
two and go ahead of them In new original
and fantastlu strokes of tho masquerading
Messrs. Stephen SchwanlJx.ArYm. Alba and
Carl L. Thonias, ro mlready buill.v en
gaged In preparing wonders "for tho oeen
etou oftho masqu'ofttde, nnd'nsk all bo to
patient watch and wait.
On with tho dance I
Mmr.oiut at tho Dollar Storo.
Arlington, Coluniliim, Armnda, Padur.ali,
Mountaineer, St l.oui, l,llIM, Kvanatllle,
'p " e v Kountz 14
U Ame, Now Orlnans, Tallamau, Nashville.
ArlliiRlf,n, Columliu., Armn-la, Pwlueali,
..' ,f-;M"lll'i Mountaineer, Mcinphl.
ill", Ickahurii, (i V.Kountt, Noh Urfn
Tho woather was clear yesterday but
quite cold. Tho thomometer indlcatod 28
leg. at daylight, -lOdog.nt noon and .17
Thorivor hat ricu thirteen Inches
slnco last roport.
The Missitilppl shows no disposition
to rlso nt St. Louis, and now-mado ice Is
becoming rather plontlful at that city.
Tho last boats out could only And flvo feet
water In tho chanol.afior looking vorv
closely; Tnoro ha baro possibility that
tho rccont rains may causo a sufllclcnt
rise to do some good.
The Ohio Is booming at Pittsburg
having nearly ten foot water In tho
channel. Tho cold snnp would stop the
rise, but sufllclcnt wotor Is already In the
'rlvor and coming down to clear out all
the Ice. Tlio river is rising noarly all tho
way from Pittsburg to Cairo, with seven
feet bolow Louisville except at Grand
Chain, where tho rlso has not reached
Tho Cumberland nnd Tennessee nro
rising nnd will no doubt contribute consid
erable water towards tho improvement of
tho channel below Cairo.
liuslncss hcru continues good,
Tho lleonnd bArires received "000 tons
iierc; Sho also expected to add another
bargu lodun with, corn at Now Madrid.
Tho Molllo Able Is still loading but
will get away this morning for Now
Orleans. She will havo 100 tons.
The Mountaineer received liO head
stock and ISO tons n-sortrd freight for
Memphis nnd way points.
Tho Nile is making a trip in place of
tho Rubicon In tho VIcksburg trade. Shn
roreived 100 tons lifjo for' points below
Tho Lumsdeu brought 1 :J0J bales
cotton fur roshlpmeut Fast from Cairo
Tho Carrie V. 'Kountx received fiO j
tons herr, and would perhap receive more
Iholdlewild brought out -I empty
casks, ,i! Iroit shafts for Cairo, S'J2 pkgs
furniture, 130 bids pork, :t0 tierce lardi
10. tun sundries for rcshiptnont South.
Tho Tnliiinanlirfiughtla ski feathers
5 sks dried apples nnd punnuu for Cairo,
30 coops poultry, HI bales ;iiro)m corn, 1 10
dozen Ilro.nn, 274 bbls flour, I'O tons iron
and sundries for reshlpmcnt South, and in
tons iron for St. Louis.
Tlio- Armiuln brought "'!! hk corn, 1
head horses and toulv oO broom handles
for re.iliip.mlnt South, Vi bondles Iron for
0. P.. Woodward, Call...
Information bin been received hero
of tho destruction of the steamer T. L.
McOlll, nnd a loss of from 20 to "M human
live, at Shoo l'ly Uar. The upper
works of the McGIII were burned oil"
about seven years ngo, nnd sho was re
built under tho name of Hope. Sho was
finally compelled to resume her old name
in conformity with law. Tho H. M.
Yeagerwas near nnd rendered fury as
sistance possible ut tho recent ilfsaster,
and tho steamer St. Frnnci, which had
a short tlmo previously seen tho light nnd
returned, rendering vnluablo help. Had
not this asslstancu been closo at hand,
many more lire would havo been lost, its
all on board were driven into tho freezing
water ami would have quickly perished
from tho cold.
liivratltiallon l' a nrceMary fer lUe protec
tion of the human body aalnldieaio when un
healthy Influence, are abroad, a Iron armor and
fcranltn cuemcut ar fur tlio protection of alnpi
nnd fortreate uhtnnoalled by thnt ami nhclt
Hence, It I ili-lrMa when tlio.e Hitent entmle
nf vitality, d.iinp nnd cold prrradu the atr wu
breathe. Input the ytem In the bent po'klMt)
(.'uiidlli.li to encounter thvin. Thuatoiuvh I ll
orisu by which emry other orwaa ia nourllio.
and eliatalued, a d therefore upon U tljjorptl
nnd rexuUrattlnn depend, fun great mcature,
Hie capacity of th j It-ill to tJ.Lttlm .miiIi of
the luvl.lt le tlirnili-a of heillli and lle, by which
at till inclement aeaaen, tl la aurroninled. Ilea.
tetter' Stomiicli Hitters. aa admirable tonic and
rt'KuUtluK niedkine for ull vauii, l never moro
needed th.ni in winter, uheu thu lrplfi!iK luttil.
eoee of n oliilly atinuaphtre eireeU all the vital
filuullon, and rendeia Ihe tKidy exlremi Ijr tila
ceptll.le. Ilv I mini; tint ilUi-.llW' oigan.,
and thellur.nn I the liweNwitli Ihlauuequatleil
ymcllWe ecltlcl phjmcal condition i ull.il ned
which eeem; to b proof Klnt all ?arleiiea of
temeiatiiri,aul that Inimical ill tlio ulruf whi
ter. Itefenaivomedlentl 111 U a precaution which
alieuld lieit-r In' ticilleclcd when danirer I rca
eiil.andthereforoa courM' of Ihe llitlera at till
eraoiii patliculaily ilfMraUe, especially lor the
for th feeble and ali-hly. A a remedy for bdioii.
ne, dycpaiu, nerrcuSoea, and bowel com.
plaint, there I. iiothliiKi-onipariiMo In Ihi-) wliole.
JK OKRISAXCIK.-NO. 100.
An Ordloanco declarln! It tllR-il for tlm city
Clerk to receive payment lor I.ii-i-iim or to do.
lacli onlera tram 0' llrder Hook except in ret
licit Ordulnal bv the City Counull of the ell) ol
riection'l. Thi If aliall mil bo lawful for the City
Clerk to net it deputy for tlio C.ty Treaatirer in
any cao or uuder any rirvuinaliiuce. or lo receii e
Cilytlrdera or oilier ovideiice of city indebted.
ne or Jloney from any parly lo be handed over
totho City Treaauu-r in paimoiil for liceiieto
boiaaued by Hid City Clerk.
fee. It liiill;not be lawful for tha City Clerk to
detach from the margin id the Order or i-crip
book aiivcityordoriaaiu-d for delivery, vxeept m
lliopiexencv, und al the rvquett of llm inrl) en
titled to lecclve the tamo,
Seo. V. Far each ahd eu-ry v.Iollloii of any uf
llm prnviouof IIiih orditmnee ihctpnityotrcnd
iiiUtliall f.irfeil mill pay 10 thecitv ft emit not lea
than fifty doiluirt uur niorv than nuo liiiti.lt et do.
Approicd Jiiuuiiry II. 1871.
lQ.tlt THO'i. WILgQX. Maur.
Toatll Whom It Ma)-Concern.
Till I Uieeilify that my wife. Nelly Hcutt, ha
leltimy IkhI mid board wliiouiJut cauao or pro.
vocation, and I forbid all peraon Ironi uUliil! her
aiiythlnt on my awouut lor I wl".""! Ioijij.,'1,
Jaiiuaiy II, ISTO.-dll"
IIO.UK FOR NAIiE.
Oni of tha mo.'l
nKALTlFUfj AND IIKAt.TV Pf.ACrM OX TIUI
niVKIt, AT AMKUICA,
Full vwwof river and bo.it, 20 or ID foctahot"
Improrementit Homo IJX21, 7 room a cel
lar merit feel iloep, well walle'l ami porfeelly ilry.
Hnuer thowhnlo hoiiae; liarn, wooi.ioue, imnko
houao ami lumber houo, all In rooiI repair; lien
ly ol roo.I wnter. Three tiunilrnl Hartlalt Tear
tree ami othra choleo rarlelle! half mlloof
hcilifi orcr two are rfneyant in 'all tiearing,
anil an attendance o! vaachr ami apple.
Any l'eraon wialtlni to purahan had better
call or write auon a I am ilctf rmine.l lo aell.
Addrcaa, U. V. IIIUPLK.
Jan. 17, IS71 dim Mound City, Illinois,
rpiVO NIGHT OSl.Y.
KomlayamllhttrHtlay, Jan. ill nnd 21
Will appear after a mo.t extraordinary and mic
reaatul career nfaetentcen year (thn of which
were Jnt m Kurope) In their
Mrtrlou laml Mtnrtllii Wnmler.
Their womlerful Hennee. htm U-en alteu In
pre.enco of the crowned hernia of Kurope, Bnd
befotn atand intelligent aaem1ilaiei tlirounli
oiit Kutoiin and Aim-rlen, iiitniil.liinir and eon
f'llinillnKthnwIaealof allfounlnea. They mini
Ik) aeen to in appreciated.
AilmiMlon AO tenia. Ile.ened eta 7 eenta,
Scalean tmaei-ureilln advaneoat llartinan'aauc.
tlon IlrMiin, where apl.tn oftho Hall can be aeen.
Door ojien at 7 o'cleelc to commence an
A.T. STE WART& CO.
FOR THE UNITED STATES
FOHKIsU.V .lI DOW FISTIC
Notions, CurpetH, etc.
iu connvuuciAi avkxiii:
I.M of letter reinaliiln unclaimed In the Poit
Olli.-e, nt Cairo, III., on HMur.lay, Jan. II, l7l.
Hell, nir Martha
llryunt, mr IMIth
Hcuce, mr II
Hrnwn, mr Anna
llilrlun, nil-H Annie
KoKV, mr ii
Harris, inr Hanuali
Hampton, till Hell
llllderbrund, ml 1
Ktlley, mr I". M
Iv'nlk'lil. ml A S
Kauilmaii, inla il
I.) oik, ml MiiBlo
Kancaater. mr Mrali
McCloml, inla Mar le
Me.Cay, mi I.
I'.twrll, mr M A
Vamlcli, mr M.iry "
ToiiiiKi nira Kiintile
OK.VTI.KSIK.N S I.lfcf.
lloflnser, dipt J .N
H.ldwln, II H
Hook, A M
Carey. Mj K SI
Iwilt.J W I'
I livid W
Dcllll, I. .
Hurt, Cha I'
Keen & lltlliea
l, D l
Mjer.. II M
Memlcnhail, W II
Terr), A H
I'lea.anta, laaae U
llobcrta, W K
rienrer, O V
Mlllliau It J
htuwart, It II
himalinry, I. F
Winder, l! II
Wedtiey, ! W
WicUin. II C
We.l, J C
Wdli.im. Cap! J II
I reih, John V
lloUen, John II
II anion, Jiiiuea
Hell, Henry ,
Jobnaoii, Miillllii it
Parson calllnil for an) nt the above lellera wilt
pteaiouak lor "ndrertied teller." and ulvo tho
dale of thlsll-t. 1. W. .McKIIlHI, I'.
II A M.
MAN4 V 12 It AUK
Cairo Turner Society
ll.Klcatuto Hlinailiice a
For Monday Evfitlng, IVIi. , 1S71
... IN ...
F.veiv ellort will be put built ly llm in ilier
i. ti-i. i--' ,
lo render I le.i.ion.ii i. ... V""
'reclmrcho'. all.ilr ol the kind mr lioul ia litem).
Jan. lt-Ht t
S)f .Mh nil , rriiii ""'"
SWSI CLAIMS lAH tS W) YE.VHS. I
Fa.r rale and pioinplaad equitable wljil.lliieut i
of loaaea, I
Aaarla Julio tOlll. 1N70.
0,1IJ,03U IS, i
Ttlt'l'I.K CU, 1
Agent, Cairo, 111. 1
Olhec III Winter'. Hloek, corner 7th treet and
C.imiiien'ial avenue, IJJIind
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
Tno superiority of tnu ecellnt preparation;
over any other attlclo eve.r nrTered to lh publlo
has been demonatrated by th wonderful popu'r
Ity II haa atUlned within the brief year unco It
was flrt manufactured. Nolle (baa
One Million Housekeepers
to-day ualna Sapollo In thi and oth ircoun
h, and thn demand is rapidly Increasll (?.
Ih brick, rotten tots), acid and If
onoloniieraneceaaltr In tho homehol(,) sine
olio doe thn work of each and all th.J,nd
til tar les tabor and expense.
Tho followlnit aro a few ot tha apeclal lata t
wiilch Hapollo la admirably adapted
t'l.KAX ITIXnOlTS-Wlthoutweltlnu c pet
or aollini? Ilia paint. Taken wetclott.nut
dripplnx. rub It over th cake of Ha olio
tinlil it la covered with a creamy lather, and
then hrlakly over thn pann ot gla I t Jan
ollandpoll.il with dry cloth or chawola To
remove varnlahor dridl paint will require
.itUn cttrn rubbinK.
0 C I.K.I X KMTKStIki your dieh-eloth, rub I
on the tatolln, nnd then rapidly over tha
knlvea. Thl will glvn a billliant and dura.
mo poiin, witnom acraiciuoK.
POt.lSII Till, IIHASS, and other Collnary
Arllrlta Unit thn damp cloth on the cake
of rlapollo until well covered, and then
oiilekly over thi-aiirtace oftho ultnall. it
will produc nluMrit equal If not anperlnr t
' TO tl.V.VS PASST AMI VSOOII-WOIIK-LVe'Sa.
polio aa above ; do not rub too liare, and
rln.owlth elotntn clean water.
I lilt IIOl'SK CliKAMIStl-Hapollo laoftliernt
i't valun In Hie aavluir, of time, luboraao
the wear of the article, clean.ed. Try it
once anil you will never he without It.
Kilt WASIII.Ntl UIHIIKS, Hath Tuba, Haor.
Table, etf . Whern aoap w aa formerly uied
hapollo la lnri.linl.li-; and onno ued, wilt
miter be dlapen.ed with.
ItKMOVES STAIN FKOM .H.IKHI.E.
I. 1 tit: IIUl'KK rural! purpote (evctpt waah-
mil ciotnea), una itriici' la ciuifrnivni
(ronnmical and relitble.
IS TIIKSTDItK For pnli.lilnii cale, mea.iirea
(till, bra.a orcop(ier), knlve, fhear, etc.
IS Till.' Sllul' For cleaning, pollihlnir. ami re-
mnvitiafum,oll,el!., from maoliiuery and
SIT IIKIll'FICi: of tlm ui(nn, ilentM, civ
engineer, painter and eiiKraver.
.V .11.1, I'li.tl'I.S where a eleauin and ollh.
iiir ai(ent,at once ellecllve, economical and
Intrude", I require.!, our Swho, will
proie It RH-at auperiurily over all etiicr
lnnler, painter, phoioa-rsphiir or macbinl.t
need. Il quickly ri moie auiila, painl,
,nk and other alaln from llio lian.la, wlilcti
eoap will net loMlh, Il tofiena thlunla
nnd leave them li.tblli and white,
Plticr. a few cent.
)l.l iir your rocer nnd ilraa-jiMa
211 tVaahluulea. SL, J Oiforrf St..
.. w Vor sr. London.
Many year ex M-rlence In rnrinjs Cat.irrh, eon.
utriplioii, lpcpla, iiinlliation, pile,
!,.ei.M of Ihe I.tver, blond, akin, and
urinary orin, illclo-o the atorli
Inn fact that thu majority of tlini wen- Cft'U
eil by and could only tat cured after curtnt Ibrm
of remlnnl weaknea. 'nhal.ttion, eauatic, iron,
tome, atlmulanlii, hyihn.hitea, mercury, cf p.
alna, uiibeba, buehu. iiiJIiou,-i.I th ordinary
rrmcdie had roved wor-o than iiieb-...
-A'rcattiiiaut Surperlor tvliltra.
I deem II a duty to .iy you cured thru eae ot
ronaiimplloit, after other remelifi failed, and two
of typhoid Feirr In the taller ataxe. I will
rend Vou their altld.ivltalf you wiah.
JAMF.S li:rKH, M. D.,Uioa.U Weal.
You cured my wife of lons-standlns weaknen
and myaelfof dii.i- of Ihe liver, kidney, etc.,
after troilment along time by otlmr. .
H. W KICK. lUrtforJ, Conn.
After havlnn been treated by prof.ot and
many eminent phynelan wllhoui la-nefit forln
diKeatlon, dirtiuea, heart attcctlon, coiuh, ill
ea.nof Ihe lung, liver, klndey. aud organic de
billly. you ietnred mo Inthn o month to manly
vigor and good health. I'.STilllll.V, V.
oiicured my wife of long etandingweakneaa
and myaelt of dlscata of thn liver, kluneya, etc.,
after treatment .ilong time by other.
H. W. KICK, Hartford, Conn.
My wlfe'cao wa eonndered hiqiele by all
Ihcphyaiclaii, Ian ny tho blaaalnj; of thv Al
mighty you reatored her in health. A thousand
thiiik..' K. II.OKKKITJI. ,
nilLibelh, FloydCo., Ind.
Your medicine aro the greateai ever diacoirr
by mail. Tbey oiircl my on of Hronehlll. dy
l-pala, and ao weak- our Ikiclor am nuraelve
gavn up all hope. A an luatrumenl In the haad
of Und w e thank you for aaving him.
WJI. J.brKrilK.NH.Miiidu.ky City, O.
Vouliaio relieved moot pain and restored my
urinoiolta naliiral color, ele.
II. ill TCIlCOCK. Sharon, VI.
You cured me of diacaae of t-n yeara' alandlng.
I aiillercd lerrinil ueiore i iook yourinvuicin.
JUS. IUHTI.r.TT. Hurllngtoo. .N.J.
Your medicine cured mo eo rddly, 1 woul t
Into pti'l ) bad you requireil II. .
1 i. HHCKSTONK.lr.; Apple lllver. III.
I irel grateful to voil, a I waa not expected lo
llvew lieu I commenced your medicine. Iknow
no ottier count Ii iv aaved m.
Mi. 11. 1. llAliIlUX. Mllwauke, Va.
The swelling that altlicte.1 my wile I entimly
remoied by vour medicine, f. ILSI'ITTKB,
You eured me of a dlea" ot thirl v year aiand
InJ. AI.KX. .MIWIIKII Wl. vlu.ncy. O.
You removed my lnK- tnl. f"""
e.le in il few da) a. M ADIsUN V HKillT.
Wrlght'a Landing, Wl.
1 have been wrll about a ) ear from iiieiuedi
eiiie yor. .cut rue. Mr. l. WILKINSON,
Three I'll) alclan a.ud I could not b helped U.t
Fall, but )oiirme.llclin:retored my liealih.
' ' Mr ItUTIl CO.M'IT, Iberia, Ohio,
The young man your medicine cured wa a hop.
, , i-it.e ol three teara' ataiidlug. Ilo could not
lie on Ilia aide lor two vear. 'tis
J. II. McCOKMICK llillaboio.lnd.
Four ye-ir ago iiiyconlllut.iMi wa completely
broken down, but )o i have completely eunsl l me
J. J. UlltNl:, suubnry. I'.
1 revived ImiiledlalereHetfritiiiyouriiiediciiie
M.tdelwcll. I'IIIIN'I'In AS 1 1 Hi,
I don't Ihlnli I Ltvo a N-rle cure, iherefoi.
' f.Your medicine mmm-l " ".,'
. a.oiinuli, ...id ....eu... l.
I.ano TriiniM, liaiii.lle, Kf euied ol coinpll.
Charlealiriltilh. cure.1 fwr lvmg Uen alu
ye ir.utVrtu' bad cured hlin, ).... well.
' Mia I II, Iftll. ISovtluitf tiieeli, i:y Wiakllra
. . .... i . .1 .it-ciuo cured.
uu.icoiori'--,,-:.v-" .. ,,
T, l.ri " . IllV, IH.IIWI.)
i ..... ., ..rM.l turn .ilRnL v iMra li
'.;.v ,Vr l.corse' Hall. UrooUvn. New York,
, i. . nv ot ui,ln,.i ami bt iddt-r wl 'i
.,.,!,, ,of oilier orgau. '
ilmled aeaucerou ulcer on tlio far ol Nln-
iilnilllayileii, Kr q . l'rri'iil of llio t'luihani
Hank, New York, wtilchlbe ino.teniliieiit doelor-
! und profcaanr tiad treated eight )eut.
I'allent can be iuro.1 l Oietr homes wiljnwilw
' iaih.tr.el, New Yolk. I ahori.aW,rvM. Mil
, avenue hotel aroamrlloii .quale- t ebire 10
e. in. and utter 5 it I". wil.Miedawlv
raiiM i lienlaal lit real.leiice. ,111, ii". r.-i
Collage, i-lerrn room, ten lu enelaaedwilh
a kii-foot ianril tence, ull the iiicryoiit'lii,l
nig. Kuod cUterni with plenty of water, all oi
ood repair. Heiil Iw K."0lt,tV,yj;-l0.N.A,,,,,V
I ' TintriVueil