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THE CAIBO BTJXjXjETUsT, J"A.ISrTJA.K"3T 21.
For Cltjr aUrshal.
We arc aulhorlaed lo announce. ANDREW CAIN
ua a candidate for the office of City Marshal, nub
jcct le the decision of the. Democratic part.
We are authorised to nnnounco that II ENIIY T.
MAIITIN wilt be n candidate far the office of City
Marshal, at the ensuing charter election, tub
Jecl to the decision or the Democratic party.
We are authorlied to announce PAUL W,
ALLEN aa an Independent candidate for the office
of City Marahil, tubject only to the decision of
tli people. td
Far CI If Clerk.
At the request or many friend, I am a candl
date for the office of City Clerk, subject to the il
cluonof the Democratic party.
MICHAEL J, IIOWLET.
HT1LL IN THE FIELD.
Wo are enihorltcd to announce the name of J
T. THOMAS aa a candidate for the office of City
Clerk at the enauing municipal election. id
Co aacr ElRaUaa (Street statd OhloLeweo,
Over VincenVa Of&ccry Store, Inform the people
of Cairo that hqhaa purchased and refilled la the
mot thorough manner tho
of J. O. ruprel), milling It one of the met com
till te In the Weal. It" la now prepared to do all
kindaol work in hla line, from the HMALLEHT
MINATUftE TO MFE-HIZE POHTitAlTH. lie
makea the new
Inlhemo'l approved atyle. The 11 kind ol
p:cturea taken .In cloudy; weather. Childrena
plctnrei taken in three to four aetonda. Old plo
iirce copied end enlarged. Come one,comea)l
ami ae hia apeclmcaa. decS'dtt
IiSfs OT TSE uTT.
Flour- Cholco Family Flour In bbls
half libit., sacks, Ac, for salo at the Kg yp
tian Mllli. au
A LAMBitock of furnUliIng goods of all
kind alwayi on hand at 1. NcfTt, Ko. 79
Ohio Lorce. dccOtf
For pistols and cartridge and bowle
knives, go direct to 1. NeflTi, No.; 79 Ohio
Ir you want a good, ttyllih and well
fitting tultof clolhet, insula to order, you
tnait go to I. KifT, No. 79 Ohio Lotco.
Ir tou want a pair of boot mado to or
dcr, out of tho belt material, and In the
most fuhlonable and durable manner, go
to Win. Khlors, on Twentieth street, op
poto thol court houo. tf
Waxtxd at St. Cham.es iIotkl.
Wo want a flriWclass chambermaid,
laundry and dining room girl. To each of
tho above, Heady employment will Ihj
given, and liberal wagei paid.
JKWKTT WILCOX Je Co,
f l'rop. St. Charlct Hotel.
Tahik ilRoTiiina, 83 Ohio Levee, will
iicroaftcr keep constantly on hand, direct
from tho Kaitern' mnnufacturcr tho very
bett winter atrained purified ipenu oil, for
tewing machlnea, and nil flno and light
machinery. Tbli oil lws never yet boon
lupcrceded by any of, tho manufactured
oils, u it never gumi or ii aiTcctod by tho
A BRICK DWELLING HOUSK I'Olt
A two itory brick residence, admirably
arranged, wltB large) ground (4 lets), all
uatod on tho corner of Holbrook nvenue
and Twenty-third itreet, will bo sold on tho
most reasonable terms. It Is located on
high grounds, In an eicellent neighbor
Icod, tho grounds containing bearing fruit
trees, vlnei and cholco selectlouiof shrub
bery. It Ii, In short, one of iho completcst
oiiiea In tho city.
Apply to W.If.-UOMAS,
At Thomas, Grcoi JtAldcn
Closing Out Sale.
Twcnty-flvo thousand dollars worth of
ready-made clothing, hats, caps, boots,
tlioos, trunks nnd vnlesca aro offered for
talo by V. Nell, 79, Ohio Levee, tit AC
TUAL COST PIUCKS, It king his In
tcntlon to closo out' in thnt lino and cm
bark exclusively and inoro extenilvoly In
tho furnishing good! nnd merchant tailor
Ing business. '
This closing out sle furniihes an oppor
tunity to iccurp' clothing chonpor than
ever beforo otlcrod in this market.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Wew Time Table.
On and after 12:30, p.m., Sunday, Dec.
4tb, tho following tiiuo tablo will govern
tho arrival and departure of passenger
trains at Cairo:
Mail train leaves at 3:40 u.ni.
Kxprcsi, u at 3:80 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
leaves at.... l''0 .m.
Accommodation leayes at.12:30 p.m.
Mall arrives...,...! 2:05 a.m.
Kxpross, Arrive 12:24 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
arrives 4:45 p.m.
The last named train leaves St. Louis at
10:30 sua. Traders fan leavo Cairo at 1:20
a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:25 a.m., remain
n tho city throo hours, and return to
Cairo at 4:45 p.m., the same day.
Tho 12:30 accommodation and Cairo and
St. Louis oxpress lonvodtily; all others
loava dally except Sundays,
Way passongors should bear in mind that
tho 3:80 p.m., train makes only four stop.
Sings botweon Cairo and Contrnlia, vU:
onesboro, Carbondalo, Du Quoin and
Ashley, The 12:60 p.m., train stops at all
the stations along the route.
J AS. JOHNSON,
decStf Agent, Cairo.
Neatly Citing boots nnd shoo s at
(Jo to 80, Ohio Lcvco, nnd buy the cclc
brntcd Aurora Oil, of Kwoll & Jncob.
Tnv tho Aurora oil. It will prove its
superior qualities over tho coal oils,
K ii lei:, tho boot-maker, is located on
Twentieth street, botweon Washington
avenue and l'oplnr itreet.
Tiik AunoitA Oil requires a ditTorcnt
burner from that which is used with coal
oil. Ask for tho Sun-hingo burner, which
Is tho best in use. Sold by Kwell & Jacob,
85 (Jliio l.ovco.
Tiik "I'ktiiolia." Mr. Ellis, owner of
ttio steamer Pctrolla," which wns sunk
somo tlmo ago in I) lack river, returned
Irom tho wreck yesterday morning. He snys
the boat enn bo raised.
To niESKiiVK health the fuel must bo
kept dry and warm. For boots nnd shoes
that will do both go to Khlcr's, on Twen
tieth street, between Washington avettuo
and l'oplnr street.
(Jo to Ewcll & Jacob, and sco Leonard
Sc CVs improved Brass Jet Lamp, which
can bo used in every mnnncr ubout the
house. They cannot bo broken. No
chimneys to brcuk, nodungeruf explosion.
Can bo used with Aurora oil or (lasollno.
Last Mkkti.nu. A meeting of tho Our-
man Sick nnd Wounded Soldiers' llulicf
Association will bo held to-night (Satur
day) at 8 o'clock, In tho office of Judge
Hrois, for tho purpose of completing tho
business of tho association.
Moumi Citv Item. Tho ateamcr U.S.
Turner is on the ways nt Mound City, un
dergoing thorough repairs. Capt. Humble
ton has received tho contract for building
a transfer boat fur the St. Louis and Alton
Railroad Company. Tho proposed boat
Is to be tho non plus ultra of tho kind.
A.v invnlunblo remedy for emigrants
nnd person traveling or temporarily vlsil-
ng malarious districts, ii to bo found in
Simmons' Liver ltegulator. If taken oc-
cnslcnnlly It will prevent Chilli, Fevers,
and injurious effects from change of water.
Tiik Oas: I. k At. Tho genuino Charter
Oitk Stoves havo an oak lenf on tho side
doori, nnd aro stamped with the namo of
"Giles F. Flllcy, St. Louis.''
AVbon buying ono of them, thcroforei
look out lor these proofs of its genuincneis,
and reject all that do not havo them.
Tiik Kxckuiqr. Mr. llaldwln, agent
for the Exculslor Flru Extinguisher, manu
factured a very lino conflagration on Ohio
Lovee, Thursday evening, with twenty
barrels and bores and Qve gallons of car
bon oil. When tho llniiifn vroru llurccat lio
attacked thorn with the Kxcelaior and caiuu
out victorious In leu than n minute. A
largo number of citizens and river men
witnessed tho successful experiment.
Oxrwa.n Dkamatic Society. At 1'hll-
harmonic Hall, on Sunduy uvenlug, U-d
of January, tho five-act drain a entitled
I.orle, of tho Klack Forest, or, Village
and City," will be presented by tho tier
man Dramatic Sojletv. Tills, wo nri
isured, will bethubeitOurmnn entertain
ment ever given In Cairo; nnd wo havo
no doubt It will give entire satisfaction, at
tho society bus enrolled among Its mem
bers several gentleman of histrionic talent.
Attention, Sin K.nkiiit:
A lleculnr Conelavo of Cairo
Commnndory No, 13, Knights
Templar, will bo held In tho asylum In tho
rlty of Cairo, Ills., on this (Saturday)
evening, at 7 1-2 o'clock, Junuary '.'1st,
Sojourning Sir Knight aro courteously
Invited to attend.
JAS.S. KEAUDKN, Jtecorder.
Taylor's Lkctuuk. Our citizens may
antielpato a grand treat on Monday night.
Mr. Taylor who will lecture on that eve
ning beforo tho Young Men's Christian
Association, Is ono of the moit talented
gentleman in the lecturing busings. Ho
is n poet of decided merit, and few render
of the public prints lmvu failed to see and
and to read his boautiful poom untitled
"Tho lllvor of Time." An hour cannot
bo more pleasantly spent than in listening
to Mr. Taylor's elegant and eloquent lec
ture. SiiisoK. Mr.Ed. P.BIssoti, whonas been
for many years n steamboat ngent in this
city, has gone out of tho business, and has
tranferrcd thougoncy of his twoKvans
villo boats tho Quickstep and Arkansas
Belle to Mr. Sol. Silver. Mr. Slsion Is
an energetic gcntloman, and as it steam
boat ugent has few superiors. Ho under
stands tho business thoroughly. His suc
cessor in tho agency of tho Evansvlllo
boats, Mr. Silvor, is an nffablo gentleman,
popular with the public, a thoroughgoing
agent, who has established, by his onorgy
nnd tact, a lucrative business within h very
few months, J
HusixKss ik Cairo. Who complains ?
Business in Cairo is as brisk, iu lively, ns
driving as in nny city In tho West. Cin
cinnati is played out; Chicago Is grumb
ling; Ht. Louis howling; Momphls Is down
at tho hoel, and Paducah Is nowhoro.
But in Cairo thero is u fair nmount of bus!
ncn, and it continuos to improve. The
Illinois Central is crowded with work, and
all tho available, cars aro being used to
t.rln nroduco. Provisions utiil assorted
freight to Cairo to bo reshlppod South. '
Our commission andforwaruingmoii havo i
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beginning to woar beaming countenances, trcatmentof diseases arising from a disor
Taken all In all, tho condition uf affulrs in ' doroj Stomaoh, Livor, Kidneys, Bowels,
Cairo is encouraging, and wo can niiom i
tlitrirmul .Tiirr Alter Hans- Dlicts
alois of (he Hysteria Petition to the
I llttlaliliire Trial for Assam) t to Hssr
A number of long-standing estates wero
This court may contlnuo In session dur
ing tho coming week.
This court convoncd promptly nt 0 o'
Many chnncery nnd common law cases
wero disposed of, and much time was occu
pled in arguing demurrers and motions
"Kcno" Is receiving itsshnroof atton
lion from tho Grand Jury. It seems qulto
evident thnt an nttemnt is to bo mado to
"break tin" cambllnc In our city and
drlvo tho gamblers out.
Wo understand that tho Orand
Jury lias diicusicd quite thoroughly
our grand Jnry "system. Tho con
elusion nrrlvcd at was, that tho In
stltutlon was usolcss nnd very expensive,
nnd in their Judgment, should bo abol
Ished. Wo aro further Informed thnt be
foro adjournment tho grand jury will pre
pare n petition signod by each member, to
bo presented to tho legislature, praying
for tho discontinuance of tho system. Tho
world certainly moves. A grnnd jury,
ccmipoicd of citizens of Alcxnndor county,
Ills., will be, doubtless, tho first to petition
tho legislature of tho great State
of Illinois to abolish n system
which has for centuries formed n part of
nearly every government on the globe,
and which exists tcday In our Statu sub
stantially ai among the Saxoni. Tho grnnd
ury aystem it not iu favor with the mem-
ers of the bar or with tha masses of tho
t 2 o clock, Isaac Strand was placed on
rial indicted for assault to murder Jacob
Light, both parties living in tho neighbor
hood of Ooosu Island. Tho prisoner was
defended by Judgo Allen. This caso
was on trial when tho Court adjourned.
Lkctuuk. -Hon. Benjamin F. Taylor,
of Indianapolis, Intl., will lecture nt tho
I'resbytcrian Church next Monday ovo
ning, the 23d Inst., nt half-past seven
o'clock. Subject: "Thought nnd IU Char-
Tho following nro somo of tho testimo
nials of tho press concerning Mr. Taylor
ns a lecturer:
'-Tho entire lecture sparkled with rich
and beautiful thoughts, and Sir. Tay
lor has added to his well-citabllihcd repu
tation here ns ono of tho nblcst thinkers
nnd spoakors now beforo the public. .SVn
tin'l. Jlomt, -V. J.
"His teat n lecture. His conception of
tho provlnco of n lecturer Is perfect."
liMe, nitdo, O. ...
"An audlencu which filled bl. James
Hall nearly to Its entire capacity enmo out
last nvonlng through tho wildest and most
tempestuous weather of tho season, to lis
ten to tho lecture of Mr. 11. F. Taylor. It
wiij not his tint nnpearnneo on tho rostrum
lnlhU city, and his reception last cvonlng
indicates that ho Is hero, as everywhere, u
fovoritc. It flowed like n crystal strcum,
flashing iu ensc-ados of dclicato fancies,
dimpling with eddies of quaint and genial
humor moving In n deep and quiet chnn
nel of truo utid manly thought, but over
elenr nnd bright and musical." Ilujralo
Kr;irts, X. J'.
"In n recent conversation with Mr.
Greeley, I asked whom lie considered tho
best lecturer in tho Hold? Snld he: 'I
would rnthor listen to lien). F. Taylor's
lc:uitlful use of languago than r.ny lecturer
I ever heard.' O. Snelft.
Tickets for sale nt tho book stores for fifty
Ilv order of Lecturo Committee,
I I ' Y. M. O. ASSOCIATION.
Tun meat market of Gayer & Co., at tho
romer of Washington nvenno and Tenth
street, Is ono of "Institutions'' of tho city.
It U not only abundantly supplied with
tho bet of pork, beef, veal, mutton lamb,
inuingc, etc., but It prcicnts an nlr of
cleanliness and order that Is rarely seen in
c'tablishmcnt of liko character.
Onycr it Co. have had many years ex
perience n butchers, nnd havo long ago
learned that It pays belt to keep flno moats
mid command llrit-clnis custom. For
cholco meat, therefore, cut in n'noat nnd
skillful manner, go to '-Tho lVoplo's.Ment
Market," presided over by Gayer & Co
. dee 19tf.
lluiiKAiii: Youit CAiiiuoKa I I havo
Just received from Chicago a lot of No. 1
cabbage, which I will sell nt tho very
lowest price, at Mechanics' Boarding House,
corner Third ft. and Commercial Avenue.
Orders lont through tho jwit-oflleo will
receive prompt attention. Tho demand it
active, nnd tho opportunity to purchnso
will rd on pass away. So, loso no tlmo.
!U M. 1JURNS.
Natu iu:' G iikat Assistant. "Dlsobo
dienco to tha laws of health must ba
Inevitably followed by tho pennjty nature
Im-t ltnpo-oiX. Ignorance respecting theso
laws Is co-extauslvo with tho human race,
henco, tho universal prevalence of disease,
jlckncsi nnd premature death. Scionco
mid skill combined havo brought to our
knowledge tho prociso. character of diff
erent diseaesl and onublod ut to treat
them, with moru or less uuccesis, nccprdlng
to circumstances. But, iu tho whole
category of modiclnos or romedici, un
nuostlonnbly the greatest assistantof nature
is MISHLEH'S UEIIB BITTERS, bo
emtio it never fails when taken In duo
lime. A treatment which n child can un
derstand and praotico is simply enough,
and Iftho Bitters nro given when tho early
symptoms of a
discaso appear, n ruuieal
euro enn lie relied upon, This Is our ox
tinrluneo lor tho nast olclit years in the
i . -
r d JIoart wUh thu modicIne.''
A New Way to Buy Old Hens. A
countryman from Mliiourl, whllo peddling
chlckons yesterday, wna approached on
Washington nvenue by n negro woman
who purchased a dozen hens, and directed
tho old man to "go right ovor thar to that
houio and get your monoy," explaining
that sho did not know when sho left homo
that sho would buy anything nnd hadn't
put nny money in her capacloua pocket.
Tho countryman bit ; and when ho ar
rived at tho house found it liko a banquet
hall dosorted. Ho saw tho point immedi
ately, and fell to ctrrilng. He had lived
beforo ; and to bo "beat'! In bis old ago by
a she-nigger, was, ho said, too cussed bad.
And so it was. When last aeon ho was In
search of an officer.
Tolice Retort. John Wilkinson was
arrested by Cain nnd Shcchan, for dis
turbing tho peace. He was taken beforo
Bross, who fined him $IG nnd costs, which
Charles Morray, also arrested by Cain
and Shiehnn, for carrying concealed
weapons, was fined $5 and costs Paid.
John Hughes, nlso known by tho eu
phonious sobriquet of the "Arkansas Kid,"
wai arrested by Arnold and Shoehan for
Indecent cxposuro of his porson on tho
street. Brois lined him $5 nnd costs and
sent him tojall for eleven days. Ho was
beforo too .Circuit Court, Tit it present
term, for tapping tho till of Goldstinoand
Rosen water, and was, acquitted.
W m. Gill, a pilot on a flat boat, was ar
rested for indecent exposuro of hi person,
and attempted to oscupo from officer Cain,
who after groat difficulty tucccoded in
caging him. Ho will board with McIIalo
John Kelly, guilty of tho tame offenio,
was sent up for ten days, nnd reeolvcd tho
sentence with remarkable composure
Fat. Murphy, a Frenchman, for In
dulging too freely In lightning whisky,
wns sent to tho calabooto flvo days.
AnxuAl Mxlti.no or the PRcanTTc-
RIAX COXURKflATIOK ELtCTlOX 01 TrCS-
tkis Pkws Rk.htkd. According to pre
vious notice, the members and pow hold
ers or tho i'resbytcrian tjhurcu mot in
tho church vestry in the evening of tho
19th Inst Mr. John Wood was called to
tho chair and Mr. R. S. Yocutn appointed
Tho minutes of the last annual meeting
wero read aud approved, nnd the reports
of tho Board of Truiteosnd Treasurer,
for tho year 1870, laid beforo tho meeting;
after which the following -named gentle
men wero elected Boardof Trustees for the
year 1871 : .Messrs. waiter iiyslop, 1).
Hurd.John Wood, M. H, Cox, S. 1).
Ayrcs, D- W. Munn, J. M. Laniden.
Refreshments wero then served and par
taken of with a relish by those present,
who Justly thought this combination
of tho mntcrlal pleasure of filling tho stom
ach with palatablo good things with the
solemn business of providing for tho soul's
welfare, a very seasonable thing.
Tho business of tho meeting was then
continued by offering for ront tho pews of
tho church for tho year 1871. Competlon
ran high and considerable spirit was man
ifested, which made the sale of pews rather
an animated spectacle However, no
warmer fooling was exhibited than doco
rum, and that spirit which should govern
brethren who desire "to dwell togothor in
unity, ' allowed. The pews wore nil taken.
Hon. II. Watson Webb, Is In tho city,
tho legislature havlng ndjournod until the
Wo had the plcnsuro of a call from Mr.
Mel'hctcrs, of Santn Fe, on Thursday.
All tho Arab tiro company torch boys
kavu struck for higher wages, probably.
Tho German Relief Association of this
city havo collected over three hundred
Our river editor anticipates a rise Iu tho
Ohio of fifteen feet.
Col. Brown, cf Mnssnc, was in the city
County scrip Is approximating to par.
Yesterday was a pleuannt, sprlng-liko
Miss Nilsson will sing in Memphis about
tho 1st uf February. If she were a lady of
taste, tho would stop, on routo, in Cairo.
Wo could npprrclnto her, nnd tho Mem
T1IE c7V. R. R.
BUpateh from Ueis. llurnalUe-Letter
to lieu. ltaisui-WlaS Uoii st Meaia
Koait or No lloail.
A few days ago Oon llaum received a
dispatch from (ion. Burnaldo to the follow
"I wroto you on tho 12th, Make no
move until you recelvumy letter."
The contents of the letter written to Gen.
Raum, will probably decide tho futeof tho
road to far as Gen. Burnido is concerned.
Yesterday, iu Mound City, thero was a
current rumor that Cien. Raum had re
ceived Information wliich Justifies him in
saying that the road would now bo prossed
forward to an early completion. Another
rumor was that Burnsldo had wrtton to
Raum that ho hud been successful in hi
financial tratuaetlonsin Europe and would
proccod Immediately to finish thoTond.
Wo do not propose to Indulge In nny
manifestations of pleasure its coniequenco
of thjs news, since it is so vaguo that it can
only bo satisfactory to tho undnly an
guino ; but wo hope to havo vorltiod tho re
port that tho roadvlfl be' toon Tecom
mcnooeVand finished.- Tha AMy hasfboon
discouraging; aud, although wo bolleva
tho inen. who linvu had. the eutnrpriie In
hand toWnble nnd anxious to consummate
tho work, we still am of tlu Impression
that a little more energy, tact und financial
acumen would have sacured tho road to tbo
public month) ago.
Arilnetan, fiolamhna, Arm(U,pa,ncah,
Anleloi,r,m Orleans, Urapirn, NmIitiIIo,
II U Varer, New Orleans.
Marble Cltr Memphis,
An.elope , Loiilstillc,
2,--Tho woathor was noarly clear nnd
qulto mild yesterday. Tho mercury In tho
thermometer roso to C8 degrees during tho
Tho river has riicn six Indict sinco
tho last report.-
Tho Mississippi continues closod to
navigation by ico nnd low water. Tho St.
Luko has not yet been hoard from, and is
now flvo days out from St. Louis. Tho
present warm weather will soon open up
that river by molting tho snow which U
reported to bo very deep along tho upper
Mississippi and Missouri.
Tho Ohio is falling rapidly nt 1'ittsbnrg
with cloven feot wntor In tho channel.
Four millions of bushels of coal havo left
Pittsburg on tho present rise, and perhaps
two millions mora will get out iftho river
docs not fall two much beforo tho tow
bouts can return from Cincinnati. Tha
river wus rising very fast at Cincinnati,
having risen two feot during the 21 hours
ondlng Thursday morning. Tho fulls nro
navigable for ordinary boat", and will
havo plenty of water for nil classes to day.
Tho Kanawha, Big, Sandj, Wabash,
nnd other tributaries of tho Ohio aro rising,
and will assist tho Pittsburg rlsoin reach
ing Cairo In its original volume. Tho
probabilities .thorcfero nro that wo will
havo at least flftocn feot of a risont Cairo
and porlmpn more.
Business continues fair at our wharf.
Tho Henry Ames nnd Great Rrcpublio aro
still receiving for Now Orleans nnd tho
regular packots all havo fair trips.
Tho Marblo City clearod with 350
tons received hero.
Tho O. W. Garrett received 251 Ulcs
cotton hero for Cincinnati.
Tho Yacgcr (.discharged hear 30 hhds
sugar, 43 bbls molasses, 20 half bbls ditto
for rcshlpment to Nashville, 1110 hhds
sugar for rcihlpment to Pittsburg per
rail, 1CD ditto, C7 bbls molaisoj, 8 sks
coffoo for rcshlpment to various points
north,. per rail. Sho brought up n total of
About twolvo hundred tons, and her
running tlmo from Now Orleans to Cairo
was only four dnyt und oighteeii houri.
Her officers consider her a success.
Tho Umplro brought out nearly n
load of codur lumber for St. Loui.
Tho Echo, a small steamer which was
being dismantled nt PitUburi;, was uuk
by the Ico brunVliig up In ttio Alleghany
river. Tho towboat Tiber was sunk by
tha ice during tho recent break up at
Tho sternwbeel J. G. Dlackford struck
tho pairs of North ntrl South Alabama
Railroad Bridge aorossthe Alabama river,
last Friday and sunk In n fow minutes
after reaching shore. In sinking, sho
carconod over nnd caught fire completely
dcttroying her upper worki. No lives
wero lost. Sho had 3S0 bales cotton on
board, a largo portion of which floated
off and was savod.
Tbo mammoth steamer James How
ard, built by Capt. Pegram, tho builder of
tbo two Ruths, Olive Branch, Julia
Lima and others, is tho largest stoamar
ovor built on tho westorn waters. Sho is
330 feot long, and has 65 feet beam. Sho
is now at Cincinnati loading, nnd will ho
here In four or flvo days.
KIIMAN DRAMATIC ANNO-
AT lMIIMIAKHOXIC IIAIX
Suntliiy EvcnlaK Juuttury !i2d
Will bo prtaeutcJ, Iu Suets, llio Urania iintilttil
LOltLE OF '.THE 1ILACK FOKCST
V1IUk and City.
This will lm tin) beatOcinian eatorlalnmcint
fret ulren In Cairo. CoiicluJinu acvuo with rod
Kutatliihc t facta ate allrnt arRUinenla wlilch
neither pin nor tongue can shakr, aud it U upon
emablliheJlacU that tho reputation or Hosteller's
Stomach Hitlers, a a liellli-,r'"l',K
aud a wholeaotno and powerful reined)', it bawl.
When witnee coma forward in crowda, jear
after year, and reltorato tbo unit' aUtemvnta In
relation to the beneficial ehVct or a medicine
upon themaelvea, dibetief lull efilcacjr la liter
al.y Impoatlblo. The crodontlala of this unequal,
lod tonio andalloratiTC, uxtendini: over n period
of nearly twenty years, Incbtdu IndltiitiiaU or
eierv elaaa, nnd residents or eTuty clime, and ro
rr to llio moat prtraleot amonj! tho ronipUlnls
ubichamietaiidliarraiiallieliumau family. Mill
er n multitude or peopl,trncra toeuch other,
Ut nnnim'ly leenHelxed with nn hoano aud
motiveleaa dealti to deceive tho public, or Hoa.
tetter'a llliteri, fir nolens slum a (lllli of a century,
have lKen atrurdlnji nueli lelitf tu sullerera from
iiidiiscitlon. f.'r aodngue, blllouaneas, general
debility, and norvou diaordera, na no other pre
paration liu ever Imparled. To-doy, whilo the
yea of the reader uro upon tliuse lines, tona or
thousand or per.om of both sexes aro relying
upun tho llittrra aa a sura defeuco n'Mnal thu
ailments which tho prcaent aeaaon vnKendera, and
their couBdtnce Is not inlsplseeil. Tnolooalpo.
tiouawlilchlnterraioddiialors aomttlmea endeav
or Ut foiat U)wn the nick in it atead, aro every
wliere"ineeilu tbo flo that Is luo to fraud and
Impoature, whllo the demand for tho great vro
tablo apoclfla is constantly Increasing.
HOME I Oil HAIii:.
One nf th mo.l
llEAUTiFUIi AND HKAI.TV IWjACKS OS TUB
Hivr.ii, at Aiir.iuu.i,
Full vlow of river and boats, V) or to feet aboyo
Improveiiients-Houae KxM, T ronmaj a eel
lar eluht feel ileep. well walled and perfectly dry,
nder thawhola homo; bam, wood-houe, itmoki
house and lumber houae, all In o;id reiwir! I i ll;
ty ot oo water. Three hundred lUr lull Voar
ueea and othen choice varietlca: ha f mll of
hi'ilne I over two aerea iinejiu.i in mi .-....a,
uud annbundmicoor peaches und npplea.
Any Jeraou wlahlnK to purohaau had better
. a llor write aoon aa I am determine. I w "'II.
Addrcs, W. IllWIUih.
Jaii.aT, !8TI-d2ni Mouud City, Illinois,
!. new Discovery )
Salvxion for the Hair.
For Restoring to GttW Hair its
Phalon's "Vita" differs
utterly from aMrthe "dyes,"
" colorcr8,"lnd " restorers "
(?) in sisc. It acts on a
totally dffcrcnt principle. It
is limpidfragrant, and per
fectly innocttaii precipitates
no muddy or lutchjlcnt mat
ter, requires no sikvt
ami communicates no Main to
the skin or the lincij. No
paper curtain is necp&ary to
conceai its tinjrp)t:araiice,
for the simici reason that is
not turbifc It is, to all intents
and purposes, a nkw discovery
iu Toilfv; Chemistry.
m" ifeorVs " Vitalia" is
warranted to ef&Qt a change
in the color of the fJtdr within
jo days after the firstiipplica-
non, rue direction Dcim?
a J f
IT IS AS CL5SR AS WATBR I
AND iAS NO SEDIMENT.
Price, One Dollar per Box,
CONlSNISIl "Wn MITTI.M.
Sold by al!
If your DruggisN has not
' Vitalia " on handj write, en
1 we will
forward it ifii
PiiLt 6c Son,
17 Broadway. N. T.
Tim inntoma o
licr romplnlut nrn
nnc:uliif nU'l puln
in tho alii. Snmn
lime tlioimln la In
iliimlinubUT. nnl la
iiiipinkcii ur ilK'uiimUKiu. lliotomJ.MiUn!lout.
o.IhIIIi Io of n'j..'(iti nnil neknrt; liowrl la
i?raf nlrntltt. Kfimrtlnit. nlloriiahfiLrultb lax
Tli.' hi.l l lr..iil.l.l Mill, pain, nml ilull, luavy
lo.i of niriiiory, awoin
panll Willi pilnful ain
alienor Iwvinr left tin
lour anniMhliiir which
Ouu luini'l.uinnv ul ni'.ikneaa. dehllilv. amllott
nnghi in iiurn in't-n iinno,
aplrila. Hmetlmei, somo of ih uliove aymp.
ttinia attend thdime. and at other llmea very
few or them t but thn I.lver la generally Iho organ
ir.oat Involved. Cure tho Liver wilh
A preparalionol roota and herb, warranted to
Uiatriclly vritttablf, and can do no injury to any
It h.n been uaed by liundroda, nn.l knownol
thelaitUjearaaa one or the most reliablo, olll
ratloua andharmleaapreparatlonaervr ottered
theaulterlnK. If mktu reKUlarlyand poralateu
II la mire in rurf.
llarrlin'4. alteeliona ot
the bUdder, vamp
or Ihs akiu, impurity of tho Mood, maUneholy,
or depreaalonor apinla, heartburn, colie, or pain
inino iMmriB, imiiii 111 llli lirivi, .-irr aun mkuq
Imtlj a. ill. I. ,linl..iiln.il II,. .1. J ..llil.l.
eryaipelna, ft male atleelluna, and bilious dlteaas
Trepateil only by J. II. '.elllii . Co,,
1'riiuiitala, Ma.'on, Ha.
For aale. by lt.iroley llrothera, Ohio I.avco
OPTICIANS & OCULISTS
roii ouit ci:ia:iiii.t,Ti:i)
.A. ncl Evo Glasses
Tim iin.liriii,Mitknniiilirav.iiilairei over thoao 111
ni.llnury ue, thn proof cf whicir muy b aeeii In
il.., it.i .minlluirv anion nnd riinitanllv 111
cretuiiiK demand rorlheint
Ut. Tliulfroin lliepeeiiliareoixlriiellon or the
Kl:iea they ASilbT und I'HUaKUVi: the alght
.. .ii Ar .iliaiiniM ll ii liiisflaalrir.
'il. Tlml llu'Vi-onfiT a hrlllianoy una ilUt not
ncfinf nUwt, wttnau amount ol'L.SKanl COM.
i MM. .ft ll.aa t..f.l Aail rr..nl (a-lil.)t (lis I . tl tt II TB
ground. U iiianufratured M'WlT 10,I',,I'' UHf
ne., nun i iuiii, ii.-... nir
d not ll.ible to beeoiuo ferntelieil.
4th. 'I'M the rrmilCH In wlilcll they i act,
ssvliil halt in lisil A. Ktliir lir Hteel. nro of tho lineal
quality ami tlniah, and mmriinteed perfect In
every ieapi.i i.
WATCIIMAKKKS, JEffKLKKS AM)
Finn Jewelry. Dlnniond, Folld Bilver. I'W'd
Ware; also Mnnubicluiera of Jew el ry mid ""
N"o. 83 Ohio JLove
Hole AkciiU forthla pbee, rrow "born only an
they If olMiueii.
So IViIlnr" employed.
lUZ-UllTS ii MOKUIS,
Mantifaeluiln Opticians, Hartford, Con,.
I...I ..11 L-ln.la
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
Tlifl aitpenorlty of tnia eieellent prtparation
over any other nrtlclo ever otfered to the publla
ni neeii demonstrated ny tne wondcrnil popular
ll. it I .ai-i I ...1 . 1. 1 . . - i.i. . ' ' . .
i; lm Hiiiiiiii'u wuiiiu uiiei ypnr ailiuv la
wai fit. t manufactured. Not lest than
Ono Million Housekeepers
to.dartiainK Sapollo 111 tin and othtrcoun
a, and tho demand ia rapidly increaali it.
t It lirlcsc, rottaa atone, acid amd lye
OnolonKeraneceaaltyln tho hoiiaehoIJ, since
olio iloeatlio work uf each and all thkje,and
Hi larleaa lalmraml expenae.
Tho following aron few nl the 'apeclai laea t
w Midi Mn polio la admirably adapted t
1 IT.IMX WIXnOH'S-Wlthout welting ca nets
or aoillnn the. paint. Take a wet clot!, not
drlpplnx, rub it over the cako ot 8 olio
unlit It laeoieredwlth n creamy bitlier, and
then btUkly over the pnne ol glrua ; ajan
oil anil pollali willi dry cloth or chamois To
removo varnlah or diled paint will require a
ittle extr. rubbing.
0 CLKAS KXIVKS-Uio your dirlncloth, rubi
ontlifl haixilln, and then rapidly over the
knlvca. Thla will glvo a billliani and dura
Uo polish, without acr.itchlng.
1'Ol.lsll TIM, lintHI, aad other Callaary
Artlelea Hub the damp cloth on the cake
of Hnpollo until well covere4, and then
ipilckly over the aurtweot the titcnalt. U
will prodtic a lustre equal if not aupcrior lo
to tho new,
TO t'l.Kl.N l'AIT A.D tTOOIUTTOIIk-f.eB.
polio aa above; do not ruli too hard, and
rinan with rlotn In clean water.
t'OK lllll'SK CI.KAM.IO-i-apcllo laoflhecreit
rt valini III thn aavlnj? of time, lahorana
Iho wear of Iho article cleauaed. Try It
mice nnd you will never bo without It.
roil WtMIIXU lllailKS, Hath Tabs, lloori,
Table, etc. Where aoip waa formerly uaed
Nipollo 1 Invr.lunble; and onco ued, will
nevcrbo illapcned with.
REMOVES STAIN FKOM MAKULE.
IS Till.' IIOI'SK rorall purpoaes (except wash
mt( ciowinaj, win iirncie i conveniens
vonmiiicnl and rclatlc:
IX TIIKSTIMIK For noli.lilnir acalea. me.iaurea
(tin. bra nrcopiier), knirea, aheara, etc,
IX TIIK MIOI'-For rlettnlnir. poliihlni and re-
inorinu fuma, on, cu:., irom macninery ana
XIT lli:oFFtCK-or the auseon, dcntlal, civ
enslneer, pninter and euuraver.
X AMi I'liACLS where n cleanaing and pollth.
Mii aireni, as oncu eneciiv, ecunomieni aii i
harinlc, la required, tmr rapolln, will
prnvn it sr,reai aiiperiorny urer an emar
I Oil II AMI WAKIIINO Hapollo lJ.t what evory
printer, painter, iiholOKMpherormaehlnlal
iireda. It quickly remove acida, paint,
.tik nnd other atnliia ropi Iho lianda, which
ao.ip will nc. touch. It anftcna the hauda
nn Heaves them atnnothand white,
prtlt'i: 'i few cents.
SUI.il 11 v your Ktiiceii nnd ilruiotlata
Sit WMhlnRtea, St., anA 30 Oxford Ht.,
New York. !.oudnn.
LI 1)11. II LATH'S
Jinny yeart' experience in curunt Catarrh, con.
auuiptioii, Il)apepla, conatipatlon, pile,
..htii of llio I.lver, blond, akin, and
urinary orana, dlx1oel the startl.
Imrrict that the majority uf them wero ciu.
cd by and could only be cured after curing them
nf aemlnal whakneaa, inhalation, cautllca. Iron,
Ionic, aiiiiailaiilni hypnphoilillea, mercury, cop.
nlna, cu)hi. biii'hu. iiijeciionn.anj the ordinary
reniedlea luid jirovrd ivorao than me !-.
Treutuieut Nurperlor to sill others.
I deem It a duty In any you cured three caiaa ot
tonaiimptlon, urtei-other reincdiea failiHl, an I two
of Typhoid Fever In llio latlet ttae. 1 will
aend )ou Ihelr nltldirlta if you wlah.
jami;si'i:ti:iw, M.n.,c.ina.u West.
Volt cure I my wife uf loiii(-aUuJlnj weakneaa
and myarlf of dlai44 uf tlmlner, kidneys, tto.,
alter lioitincntalunK tune hv olhvra.
H. W. KICK. Hartford, Cuuu.
Alter having lxcn treated by prnfeaaora and
many eminent phyaiclana wlilioiu U-nnit for iu
itlKeallou, dliilueaa, heart atl'oction, coiuh, dlv
r.i.oof the lunit, liver, kindeys, and orKauia de.
billty, you icalored mo In three moulha totnauly
vlitor and good health. F. STWIIIN, N. Y.
Yotictircd my lrifooflnni; standlnitwesikneu
and myaell of djaao of tbo liver, ludneya,
after trealmeut a long time liy olhera.
ti. W. KICK, Hartford, Conn.
My wlfn'a cn wa considered hnpelesa by alt
thn physician, bill ny tho bleaalUK or the AI
miKlity j on rcatorcd her to health. A Ihnuaand
llaultj.' E. II. OltBFITIf,
F.lltabetn, l''lovd Co., Ind.
Your medicine aro tho Kteateat ever diacovere
by man. They cured my aon of llroua hills, dja
pepaiu, and ao weak our !octor iintf ouraelvee
it no tip nil hopo. Aa nn iuatrument In the band
uf tiiKl o ihankynii foraavtni; him.
W5I. J.TErilK.NHIsaii4tnky CHy, 0.
Yoith.no relieved moot pain and realorediny
tirlneto It natural color, etc.
II. HITCHCOCK, Sharon, Vt.
Yutt cured mo of diaeaao of ten year' atandlnjr:
I aullertit tcrrildy betorn I took your medicine.
JOH. IIAItTl.KTr, ItiirllnctOD. N.J.
Tour medicine. Cured me ao rapidly, 1 woull
havo ii t you ' had you reqiiirel it.
1 . HI.AUKhTO.SK, jr.. Apple Hirer. III.
I feel grateful to Veil, a I wn not expected to
llvewneii U'omiiicnced your medicine. Iknoar
no. other could h ive aved rue.
Mia. II. I. IIADDK.V.MIIwauke, Wia.
The awellinic lliat atllictvd my wile la entirely
removed by jour medicine, h. It.HPITTKK,
You Olirednie of adlaeaao Ihlrtryear ataud
Inn. AI.HX. MUUItKlliaD, (Jumcy, U.
Yoit removed my long-atand, eomplicittuil dl.
eaaolnnfew day. JIAIJIWN WltltlHT,
Wrlnlil'a Landing, Wis.
I hivo been well about n jeur from trm md(
Cllio J on tent me. Mrs. M. WILKINdUM,
Nobleaville, In I.
Thren phyalclatu aaid I could not I'O helped last
Fall, but yourtnedieine restored my heuiih.
1 ' Mr. UUTH lW.VblT.ltna.Oho.
Theyiiunainan your medicine tu red wu a hope.
Iiu eai of lliren veara'atand Uo could net
lo on III side tor two ) ear.
i-'iiur jeara ago myconititui.on wwcuinpletaly
bioki u ilow ll, but JO I hai'eoiRpletely curetl m
j. J, Klll.NK, hunbnry, fa.
1 tcceivcl Inline dute nXMtnm your meillein,
IlK.NJ. HUl.bT, UiUiaville.Kr.
Myaidclawtll. I'KENXlSH AUIIbV,
' I'lKpaoanock Uridge, CI.
I don't think' I havo a perfect cure, iherernro
nend m wcw niedlcluo.
Iliad lln'llverooiiiiilimt, dyipeaiM,ttUd veaiitK
liiii tli e veiira beforo I took yuur wonuorful ined
Iciue. ri. YA.N'1'Klk.S. Caledonia, Ubw, ,
oiir medicine lomovvd the. pain in.
ioin.Kli,!iud aoreni'n throiiMh my ktioulitaus. ,
Mra. II. Tultlu, ludvpendence.l).
lau Trumbo, UuiviUe, Ky,, rurud ot coaopli.
CharleaUrltlltb, cured nllerhavlaffbeenaban.
douod by auumlicrnr doctor.
Tho. lllfjIiKon, llarrionvilli,Ill.,wroteliree
year alter e had cured liim, he wa well,
Mr.Ii. II. II i M . Howling (irecu, Ky,, Wdakneea
nnd complicated iliaeuieeiired.
win. uorer, urawiornaviiie, inuitna, wrolo Jan.
l;o, bad cured him els tit year previous.
r.x-.nnynr ueorje nan. iirooiivu. now Tort,
cuied of obtdiaeaaeof klJiiyand bladder with
pariUyal of other organ.
Heiilo.) n canceroua ulcer on the faco ol Nalh
nluel Hayden, Kaq , l'reaiifunt of tho Cliathain
Hank, Xvvr York, which lb tnol eminent doAtvin
und prufeesor had treaie.1 niMht yeara.
Patient can lm cured at their home, without
personal interview, by Mating ttieirpa! and pre.
vm. yuimn iuii iiii.iin. . i.vM.ii, iv.
I'ceivea patient at In reidenoe. No. IU, Kaal
insireci, .Tew.iur, a mionywiance rreaa tw
nvcnuo hotel aero inadiaoii square before lo
u. in. ami rutcr a p . ociiwtoowaji