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THE C-A-IIRO BULLETIIT, (TJJSTTIJRIT 22.
For Clly M nralial.
Wo are authorize 1 to announce ANDItEWI.'AIN
nan candidate fur tlio olllcoof City Marahal, null
J net to thadoelalon of tlio Democratic purl jr.
Wo nro nulliorliml to nntiouiico tli.it IIKNUV T.
MAltTlNwill b.ine.mdlilMo for the oilier of City
Marshal, at llm eneuliitf charter election, alib
ied tn Hie flcrliun of.thi. Democratic party.
W nro atilhorl'lv to, miriotinee PAUL V.
ALLEN on Indcpeiulo'nt candidate for the otllco
of (lity Marahul, aiibjeel unly to the ilcrlalon of
tlio people, hi
At tin- roquiat of many friend", I in candi
Jto for tho uirwo of City Clerk, subject to the ilc
claioriof llie Uetiiocratln party.
miciiael j. iiowley.
htill in tub ni:u.
W are authorised to announce: tlm HAtiie of J.
T. THOMAS aa n candidate for tlio allien of City
Cl rk at tho ensuing municipal election. LI
C HT Highlit rttreet nml Ohio I.rvce,
Uti r Vmcent'a Oroeery More, Inform, tlio people
ut Cairo that tin haa purchiacd an I refilled in tlm
met thorough manner the.
of J (). Harwell, making It one of the rnoit com
pleteln the Weal. Iln le now prcpnrod to do all
klndaol work in hi line, from the (SMALLEST
MINATl'ltE TO LIFE-SIZE POItTltAI TH. Ilo
make, tho new
In the most approved at)lo. Tho Leal kind 01
p.tturea taken In rloinly; weather. Children
picture taken in tlin o to four acentid., Oi l pic
iitph copioil and enlarged. ""111" nnp, conical)
lul m lilii apeclrnons. Iic." Itt
IhSOI.liTIO.V OF 1MKT.
Tlio copartnership heretofore sxiatin;; hetwwti
f, I'vhln and K. l. htoekrMh, under th firm
in Die of V. I'ohlu A Hockrieth, lalhi.day ills,
olted bv mutual ronaeril K. M. Hlocktleth I"
authorised to collct nil outatandlng debts ilun
loaaidnrtn. F. I'OllLE,
r. M HTUCKIXETII.
Thobtlilneaa of Id 1.1 firmwill hpcontinued
ai iiipih.i aian i, ny r. .'i.mii rsri.i.iu
Jinuare iw, iiTl.
rio Tin: i,aiii:s.
In now abunlnutly auppiiel ajth
Towhi-haho particular!) Ins .te. attention.
Hie h jnl riititfl a full line.' I
Ilrot Ti'Imniliiu's Silt f.'linii., Silk
(aliiiin, (i'iiIjiiiic Lino, Mo-i
Trliiiiiiint;s, Silk ami
CrocUit Millions, Plu-li
nml Trimming Vchil, Silk (ilinps.
HATS and BONNETS,
I'lllC Kill (JIlJlMN,
Ladies and Chil drens' Shoes
And n full and oinpbde tlm k of
. AND -
All of wliu li ne rof to e.l at
Tho Very I,ovot C'nli I'rhfx
ChlaTite the U.lle. tn rail anil e her new
kchi.1i anil learn the iirlo.
v sin lnli'tcrminiM to matntln herclumtotno
honor of harinu " I he Cheap Hlore."
yyooi ,Mi coal.
prrpari' I . ilvlh'T Hip l o-t
Fire Wood& Stone Coal
In an pari nf t1 nyt m ny n'tantity tlmiinl,
on aliorl not. v
Coal Dt'ltveicil at $1 SO l'cr Ton.
IIJ'CK lTr Inart, Orlh X t'n.'u tiara
lIHrClill Welllll. 110 Cbll
Xkati.v fitting boots mid shoo s tit
(Jo to 00, Ohio I.dvuc, nnd liny tho ci'lc
united Atirorn Oil, of Kwcll it .Incoli.
'i'nv tho Atirorn oil. It will prow il
Biiprior(iinlitl(js over thu coal oil".
Tub AunoitA On. require ft dlll'orcnt
hurnor from that which In used witli cool
oil. Ask for tho Hun-hingo burner, which
In tho host In use. Hold by Kwcll & .liicob,
115 Ohio Uvea.
Tin: "I'ktkoma." -Mr. Kills, owner of.
tho steamer "l'ctrollu," which win sunk
(onto timo ngo in Muck river, returned
Iromtho wreck yesterday Morning. Ho. lays
th" bout enn bo rnised.
To I'Iiksckvi: health tho foot must bo
kept dry nnd wnmi. Kor boots nnd shoes
licit v.-Ill do both go to Killer's, on Twi-n
tielh street, botweon AVmhlngton nvunuo
nml I'oplar stri ut.
TiikOak L:.r. 'I'Iio gontilna Clmrtcr
O.tk Stoves have nn oak lenf on tho siilo
doors, and arc st.impod witli tho iinmo of
'Gllo 1'. l'illey,.St. Louis."
AVhon buying ono of tiicin, thorefuro,
look out lor tlio.Kjjiroofs of its gonulnenw,
nnd reject nil thnt do not hnvu tliom.
Wa.ntiw at St. Ciiai'.i.k llorci..
Wii want n first-clan rhntnliormnld.
Inundry mid dining room girl. To chpIi of
.tlio iiIjovu, steady etnploymont will be
given, and liberal wages paid.
.IKWKTT WII.CUX iV Co,
f I'rop. St. Charles Hotel.
a much- imvi:m.i(; iiorsi: rou
A two story brick residence, admirably
nrralig."J, with largo grounds ( I let i, hit
unti.il on tho corner of Holbrook nvontiu
and Twonty-thlril street, will lo told on tho
mmt reaKinablu terms. It is located on
high grounds, in un excellent neighbor
Vcod, thu grounds containing bearing fruit
trees, vines and choice, seli-ftionsnf hrub
bory. It is, In short, ono of tho ornpluict
omes In tho citv.
Apply to V. II. THOMAS,
AtThomis, (! reen .VAlden
Tin: incut market of Oayur & Co., ut tho
turner of Washington aventio mid Tenth
street, Is ono of "institution" of tlm city.
It Is not only abundantly supplied with
the best of pork, bwf, venl, mutton lamb,
sausage, etc., but it presents an air of
cleanliness and order that is randy son in
ottablMimeuls of liku churnuUir.
(iiiyiirA: Co. huvo lind runny yours ex
perience ns butchers, nnd havo long ago
lcnrm-l that it pays best to keep lino meats
and command llrt-cln eti-tom. For
thidcu incut, thorofori!, rut In nit and
skillful manner, goto 'Tho People ;.M out
Market," presided over by (layer Co
Natcm: a (iiiKAT A !TANT. "Disobe
dience to the laws of hoallh mut Ira
Inevitably followed by tho pnnlty naturo
hu Iiiik-1. Ignormieo rtitting thevo
laws is co-uxtontivo with tlm human race,
heuco, tho universal prttvaltneo of diicnin,
sicknu's and prtiuuituro donth. Scieneit
and akiil combined have brought to our
knowledge tho preciio diameter of diff
erent diaoiiie", and enabloil us to treat
them, with muro or les aucce., uecordlng
t.i circumstances. Hut, In tho whulo
category of meilieines or remeilio, un
iueitlonablv the greatest ussittutitof nature
is MISHI.KIIS nr.KIl IHTTKItS, be
tiuim it never fails when taken in duo
time. A treatment which a child onu un
derataud nnd practice U aimply enough,
and If tho Hitters aro given when tho early
symptoms pf a dUease appear, a radical
euro can bo relied upon. This is our ex
perience for tho past eight yenrs In the
treatment of diseiucs arialm; from n disor
dered Stomach, l.iver, Kidiuys, Itowols,
Lunss and Heart, with thl meilieino.'
MfMiiinr f Health. j',nl7eoldwlw
I.KiTtr.i:. Hon, Henjuniin P. Taylor, I
of Indianapolis, li.J, will le tine at tbu ,
l'resbvterlan Church next M ni'l.iy eve
ning, tho 2:i.l Inst., at half-j -st seven ,
1 . 1 i.ni . 1 j 1 t t ' ...
A ItKi'OiiT. A rumor was current on
tho streets Inst night that tho Mary K.
i'oreytlio had sunk in lied ltlvcr. No
To-Monnow Xkiht. Tho Davenports,
with their wonderful manifestations, will
open attiio Atheniuiim to-morrow night,
nnd llonjnmin F. Taylor will dulivor his
splendid lecture "Thought and Its Chnr
lots," tit thn X'rfsbyturian Chujuh.
To-N ifjiir. The dramatic exhibition of
tlio Uermnn Theatrical Association, to bo
givou to-night, nt rhllhnrnionlc Hall,
fhould not be forgotten. Tho piny posted
is ono of absorbing interest, and will bo
rendered by amateurs nccomplMicd in tho
A . i ......i, ,!nnii., ,.e
llUI!ll I.UII1IIIII1IIVII iiv'i V.
V Cairo Lodge, U37 A. F. & A. M.
will bo hold at .Masonic Hall, to-morrow
f.Mond.iy) evening, at "J o'clock. Visit
ing Urethron aro cordially invited.
W. U. KKHN'KY, Sec y.
ToiiAno .Sam:1!. L. Ilurd i: .Son
hnvo succeeded C. C Oavldson in tlio
jliilhinl tobiiono waroliuino, and have
Isstiad circulars nnnouncing tho tlrst sale
on Tuo-dny, i'obunry 7th, 1871. Thereafter
sales will m held on Tliiirtduy of oaoh
woek, until further notico.
Kil.i.Kli. I'eto ltnboni, tlio Italian who
formerly was thu kcopir of a huIoou on
tho lovco, and who was shot nnd not
killed by a rival somo timo ago, wus shot
nudl.illvd by n negro at Vicksburg u fpw
days aince. Tho cross dog whicli was his
favorite whilo here, bit tho negro, and he
retaliating kickod tho dog. Itaboni told
him If ho dared to do o n.iln hu would
shoot him, wliun tho negro druw a jiistol
mid tlrcil, thu bull taking t'llect inn vita)
part l'.aboni died iilinosta iu-tantly.
STorKi'MfTii. Tho llrm of P. IVhlo ft
Stickrlutli bus bon dissolvod by mtittial
consent. Tlm Imiino-s will bo omtiiiU 'd
by .Mr. V. M. Stoekllath, who u con-,
tlntmn'-r of tho llbaral pittronagf "wliieh
lin lierotoforo lioen cxtcndeil to tli')(dds
firm. Mr. Stookllnth Is uiiUtlod to tho
conllilenu.) uf tho public. A gonbtl
gpntlemn, liois thoroughly po'k-d' In nil .
thoduluiltuf the whoIoSiilu lliplor biltinusi,
nnd, from Ills largu mid varied slock,
j)'.irelmeil for fusil, h';)cm upply all want.'
nnd livu to hi customers bargains which
they pflti obtain In no other market.
It .Miiiiurartiirp III Cnli-o l (!iiiiiinii)'
10 lie Koriniil tor (In I'liriniac.
Tiieru Is at Anna, rica- this city, a whlto
clny which can bo uted In themnntiffteturo
of .piMnswnre, and It Is found In Inex
huiutlblu iiiuntitks. It Is the Us', thir.a
clay in tlm West, If net In tho wh' bi
country, and It, lino 'unlity ill, we
llcvo, aiimululeontnrprlstug men to go into
tho potttry business nnd urcatly itnprovo
the gunriil ntylo of manufacture. Tho
Kirkpatrick Hrothsrs, of tho Anna pot
tery, owner of tho clsy, nro now shipping
It in large ipnutittes to Cincinnati, where
it is lining manufactured Into queenswnre,
at a high profit to tho manufacturer. As ri
matter, of course, tlio Kirkpntrlcks
are looking &but for the capital'
with whluh to inauufacluro tho
clay into ware themselves and thus auvc
profit on manufactured goods as well n on
tho clay. And all their ollorU nro now
being directed towards obtaining tho capi
tal, with a view of uitablUhim- a largo
ijueiruware mauufNetory in this elty,' to
that thity may bo convenient to tho rivers
and avail thumolve of cheap transporta
tion. They can bring tho clny to Cairo
from Anna at much less expense than they
ean send thu maiuifacturod ware. Tlio
Hrothcra are now arranging for tho forma
tlon of a Joint .lock company.aud, wo havo
no doubt, will succeed in their undertak
ing. If they do, no time will bo lost In er
ecting tho works and beginning the busi
Mr. Webb will return to Springlkdd to
morrow. Spring whs hero yesterday. Uov Jung
will ihe tarry ,'
The ability to 'jerk Justice baldhoadtd"
is tho latest Cairo compliment ton rural
Wo record, witli plitiri, nn improve
ment in Mr. !uiiter' condition. He is re-
rted cut of danger.
T' i" w.fj i f Ore u Purker, of loo,o I,.
nl.diclin Prldiv eveninc. A euncos-
1M t 2l.fi. 1 ... ihf isit
Vvu'n Dnimati" Society
th T iniblle eliiblllou.
he'ir:il a popular
j. 1 . 1 1 1 1 u In the
rted - rl-
SOCIKTY IX CAIRO.
Ila Iniirovrrl AitcS, nml Nome .
iiinrkNiiK.p.ie it liy tlieNainc.
Slnco the close of tho war, It has boon a
favorilo occupation ninong many of our
pooplo to complain of the dearth of amuse
ments and lack of entertainments, social,
literary, musical, etc., In Cairo. Until
iho prosunt winter, thcro havo boon excel
lent 'grounds for tho complaint. Prom
neighboring cities wo had reports of pub.
ilio umuscmcnU and private;nnd social en
JoyuienU, enough to mako tho inhabitants
of Cairo, who .nro not hormlt-llko In tastes
and fooling, oxporlcnco n doslro to turn
tholr backs upon hor nnd go whore social
pleasures, comblnod with music, the drama,
readings, etc., make tho world nn enjoya
ble plpoe, with something nioro to bo ox
pected in it than merely to eat, work nnd
sleep. Tho population, mndo up of pcoplo
from all parts of tho Union, but few of
thorn dating their residence In Cairo pric
to tho war, and drawn hero by tho coni'
mcrclal advantages of tho city, clrctim
stances growing out of tho war, and varl
otis other reasons, coulu not, nt once
i-omo together on terms of social equal
lly. Strnngors, one and nil, to oncli other,
tlioy went on this way, isolated beings so
far ns nuy social pleasures went. Hut timo,
nil always iron-hearted, brought about a
hupplcr state of things. Our population,
no longer composed of transient residents,
iuuny of them boastlng'no ldcal.hftbIti.tion
mid somo known by nninos not their own,
has settled down Into" something like per
tinency, and contains within itself
plenty ,yf material, out of which to form
thatnceoslty of cultivated life, ''good so
Tho prcent winter hs demonstrated
tiiat wo Aro no longer 11 community bound
together Micrely by tho Intcre.it ol business
f-nd material proirlty. Wn have taken
on otirsolves tho task of noting some of tho
pleasures brought about by tho bettor
stuto of things..
During the fall nnd first winter mouth
r ' nn: 1'Aiit.ou cox'initTj,
i f hajipy mitiiory, originated and sus
tiliifd by tho Choir of the Church of tho
!edemr, wrtfc'lt sotirco of tho Jiighe-t
pleii'iiro, both Innmustchl and soclul point
of view. All who enjoyed them In their
sefk'toti, hope soju to " look upon' th'-ir like
tin: ritXMiYTKiiiAN kiil'Nion,
huld In. thu locturo room of tho J'roabyter
Ian church, aro purely soolal entertain
ments nnd ns such havo been eminently
iucctJsfuI. "Wo bajo also thu
HKI.TA Kot'lAI. (;LUU,
an outgrow thof yio incruaslng apirit of
congeniality, anicnR our citizens. Aiming
the goo.l thing In stnru In tho near future
Is tlm Hall to bo given by tlio Club at their
lull. It will doubtless ,bo ono of tho moil
enjoyable nfl'alrs of its kind ever given In
Of public atmisu'jicnt', we havo had
nioro than .luring any preceding winter
for several years, hi addition to tho
traveling theatres, tho lNilllIpp'Jayiicirt,
etc., wo h'ad tho 'lectures of Mrs. Cady
Stanton nnd Drs. Hurtled and Cregnry,
for which wo aro Indebted to the
YOIWO MK.V'.S CltUIsIIA.V AeCOCIATIO.V,
and whom wo have nlto to thank for Iho
nntlcipatcd delight of hearing the locturo
of the Hon. H. P. Tiiylor.
A.v Invnlunblo renuily for emigrants
and pcraoiia travellni; or temporarily visit
ing malar I oil. districts, Is to bo found in
Simmons' I. Ivor Regulator. Iftnken oc
eiedcnnlly It will pruvent Chill, Fevers,
and Injurious flt'ect front rhnngo of water.
Ik you want n goial, atylih and well
nttiug suit of clothes, made to order, you
mast go to P. Xell", Xo. 7H Oiilo Levee!
Phocif Choleo Family Flour tu bids
half bbl., sacks, Ac., for sale nt tlio Kgyp
tian. Mills.' mi
Si.stif i.au AititKr or a Mfnuuiait.
Onoyearagn hist Clirhtmns, .lohn McKI
roy, then living near Thebes In this county,
murdered u man by tho name of "WYiley
Price. Hcfoio nrrc-t could bo made, Mr
Klroy left tho county, and re-lded several
weeks In William. 011 county near Marion.
Prom there ho wont to Perry county and
resided somo timo with his mother. About
six months ago li.i remuved to dneksou
county mid bought a piece of land near
Murphyaboro. Olilcur (ireeu .Moss of this
county, learning of his whereabouts, star
tod to find him. Ho llrt called upon his
motlier, Informed her that ho knew hor
son, and hud an important letter for him.
Ilia mother replied that ho could leave the
letter with her or deliver it to her son liv
ing near Murphysboro. Ollleer Muss
started nt oneo for Murphyaboro, ascer
tained his whereabouts, called at his hvuo
and Inquired of his wifo if Me Klroy had
nny cattlu t j 'ell. His wife replied that hu
had u cow for sale mid that her husband
win In th" woods. Mo started to the
woods nnd found the murderer of Wesley
i.t 1..,,.. .1. : .......1 11.. 1 1-...1
l I IV12 IMI-J ll'MM'lll ItUVOi lll It.lllll4
had a cow for aale and hu
ho had. At thN
.Mii.S ateppinl bet.Veeu
lis rnt 1. wiiirn n n .
and from whieli
I...'.. 1 1.! e
II 1,11 III. '.I illlll (II
A Pkiiitinm Don. Thoro Is ono of our
friends who wears a sugnr-loftf hat, a coat
with a short tail from Vi".ldcr' or Nofl'fl
storoj boots from Klllott ft Haythorn or
Killer's; boards at tho St. Clmrlos, and
takes delight litdogi lighting dogs. Ho
knows which breeds nro tho best, and Is a
judgo of a good dog oven to tlio curl of
his tall. Wo havo nlways beliovcd that
his peehaU would get him Into trouble,
but have been unablo to Indueo him to
yield to expostulations and throw up tho
spongo for "Fldo. ' Wo know our readers
havo little interct in this mnUcr, but In
the faco of this fact In order to snnteh a
human being from n bad practico ns a
brand from tho burning wo hnvo mda
tho fact public, and ask attention of all
lovers of dog fighting to tho mornl of tlio
following pathetic poem, by thnt most do.
vout and religions of all pools, Mr. Hret
Tin: i'ati: or a noirriNri imi,
A man ho nwnc.l n terrier ilng
A bob-Ulltil ornery cm
1 A 1 . 1 1 that there purp uot thai there man
In mini' en iiuly mm-;
Kor the man h wna on hi inn-cle.
An' I Iho 1I03 huwna nn hi bite,
So 10 kick tlm tlng'soned anliiulo
WaS siirfl 10 rmeo alight.
A woman owno.l a Ihoinnt eal,
Th.it fitnt lllteen poiimla I
The other eata gut up ami MM
When that tht.ro eat w.n rouml.
Thn nnn and his ilotf eamn aloni; one .Uy,
Where tho uotiian alio .liil dwell,
An.l tho jurp hoirrowle.l foroeion-lr
Then ncr.l for tho cut like over) itiliif.
He trlo.l loclieu Ihe neek of thecal,
ilut thecal he wouliln'l le; ohaweal,
Sohtf lit on thn back ot that thcro doit,
Anil hit! nn J l.iwe.l I nndclAHPilt
Oh' Ihi.hnlril lliur I and thndoa lie)oule.M
And lheel.1a nrnt Intohla hide,
Audohiink-of ilcahwa peolid from his la?k ;
Then he lluiinniix.l, and kicked, and died I
Tlm man ho rlppr.l, and vuraod, and swore,
Aatm xalhered nl.lK brlokliot,
That li" would bo damod e'lelitlally
If hodldiit kill tho cat'
llntlke otduoman nlloMed lie'd do t.lea.'il If
And analched up nn Aid -fiOt Kiln,
Whirh u a- ll red, nml e I'H'ro-l hi. tllsphrstrin
With lil-d ahut nilliiberiiue.
They tnied him homo on n windnn-kllnil,
And tho diMMorelireil him up I
lluthoneterwai known Is right agtln,.
or toown an other purp.
Folk- may turn up their anoola at IhMiern
rhym, . ,
t don't earc a nua fur that : ,'
All ) want to -lieiwli, tli.it llalillnu ilurK
May t loklo Iho nrfltiu 'loin e.it.
i'un nlatoN. and enrtriducs and bow in
knive. go ilircet to P. XefiX No. '7!t Ohio
HU Honor, .ludgo Hross, hit perforineil
it vast jitiioi.pt of work nt tho Probnto
court during thu past wcqk. Ktatc whir li
havo remained iiuc(tlcd for frOni Dlteeu
to twentv voir havo been adjuttixl
The court will adjourn on Iton.lny.
The followtnu we Tfrre-'aeltlod Ve
John Hardin, guardian of the minor
heirs of .Tame Hardin, made final r.q..rt
nnd wns discharged.
lohn A. Morn's guardian of tin- minor
heirs of Kebocca Leo, mado hismiiiual re
port. Thomas .Martin, guardian of Susan O.
lty.il, made final rcjiort and was ills
charged. Tho sale-bill of llenjismlri Majo was
Letters of administration wero granted
to Isaac AVuldcr In tho ostato of Vundyko.
Court met promptly at l o'clock and
adjourned, after a few motions, until 2
Tho 0 rand Jury ndjourned after having
found clghty-sovcn Indictments. It did
not prepare and sign n written petition to
tho legislature to discontinuo tho grand
Jury system, as might be Inferred front our
report of yesterday; yet, tho matter was
thoroughly discussed, and tho unanimous
suutlmcnt was that tho system was a useless
one, nnd a burden upon tho people.
Tho condition of tho county Jail was ex
amined into, and the following report on
tho subject mado :
To th Honorable Circuit Court of Alaxandar
AVo, tho Grand Jury of tlio county of
.10xunjcr, diiiio ui iiiiiiuii, uuiv empan
elled and sworn, ut tho January Term of
tho Circuit Cmrt, A. J). 1871, would re
spectfully report that wo huvo examined
tlio county Jail, as tho law directs, and that
wo find It kept in as good condition as tho
circumstances will allow; but would re
spectfully rcprcacnt that Its locution 011 tho
ground lio.tr of tho county cuurthousu Is a
bud one, rendering tho olllces located over
said Jul), unwholesome, mid endangering
tho health of the circuit mid county clorkii.
Wo would further roport that repairs nro
required therein for too secu
rity of prisoners nnd convenience of tho
attendants. J. P. 1IKLV, Foreman.
Tho criminal docket of tho court hus
bucn disposed of.
Three hnvo been sent to the penitentiary,
seven tojall, mid six were fined.
The future of thu present session will be
devoted to civil business.
Tho officers of our courts nro men of ex
perience, and faithful In the dhchnrgo of
Closing Out Sale".
Twcuty-llvo thousand dollar worth of
ready-mado clothing, hats, caps, boots,
alloc, trunks and valeses aro ollered for
salo by P. XuiT, "!, Ohio Levee, at AC
TUAL COST PRICKS, it being his In
tention to elo-o out in that lino und em
bark uxcluslvoly and mom extensively In
tho furnishing goods and merchant tailor
Thlsrlo.'ingout n ilo furnishes nn oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheaper than
evor before ollered in thl market.
(Jo to Kwell ft Jacob, and see Leonnrd
,V Co's improved Hrn Jet Lump, which
can bo tiaoJ In every manner about tho
homo. Thoy run not ho broken. Xo
chimneys to break, no danger of explosion.
Cuibotiied with Aurora oil or (iiiiollne.
A i.AnoK stock of furnishing goods of nil
.liids always on hand at P. Xetl's, Xo. 7l
lilo l,ovei. iiee-.tu
... s . m I
Arllnnlon, Coliimbu, Armada, I'uducnli,
Oillckatop, Ktatuvllle, liexter, NowOrlean,
Unto Kinney, " I.iniKwo-tii, "
City of Qitlncy, Lonlsirjlle,
Arlington, Columbita, Armaria, 1'a.lucah,
yiopire, Naahrlllo. I.onjworth, LoulaiSllo,
" Kepiioiic, L., nam nrown,
City 01 iinor. Warner. I'lltalnrff.
y, " iuiekaiep, r;yaraTiue.
Tho weaker was clear and inlld yes
terday, although qMto cold in the morning,
when tlio thcrmonietci Indicated only 30
degrees. It rose to 15 degios during tho
day nnd did not soem much Cilet after
Tho river has risen, eight Inches sine
last report, and has released tho steamer A.
Dakcr from hor restlnc nlaco In tho mud.
Sho will probably rcsumo her trl-weckly
trips to Capo Girardeau to-day
Tho Mississippi li still so low and full
of Ico nbovo Cairo that navigation remains
suspended. Thcro Is only 32 Inches re
ported abovo Cairo. Thero Is fully ten
feet kclow this city.
Tho Ohio is falling rapidly at
Pittsburg, .tu nlno foal wator In tho
channel, and very litllo 'coin tho rlvor.
Nearly six millions of bushels of coal had
left that point for Cincinnati, Lou-UvUlo,
Cairo and point on tho Mississippi below
Cairo. Tho AJax had sunk ono boat load
of coal at Hurnett Island and grounded
three others. Tho Sam Brown sunk two
of her boat opposite tho Pittsburg wharf,
by collision with ono ,of tho piers of tho
railroad bridge. Tho Ohio is rising fust
at Cincinnati and Louisville, with eight
feet In tho chute over tho falls.
Tho Cumberland Is rising with six
feet wntcr on Ilarpcth Shoals.
Huslncss'horo continue good.
Tho Dexter discharge hero 7lM hhd
sugar 053 bbls molasses, IS half bbl ditto,
100 sks coffee, 29 casos mdso for tha
Illinois Central railroad and Cumborland
rlvor nnd 10)10 sks coffoo, 68 bxs tin, 130
miscellaneous pkgs, 0" pkgs mdsa for
St. Louis. Tho Dexter will probably
load here for Xow Orleans In a few day.
The 0 rent Republic received 100 tons
here and wont to corn piles In Missouri
whro sho ha' I4-,000 ks corn enjojed
for Xuw Orlcnns.
Tho Henry Ames Is still loading and
will leiiTo heri for Xcw Orleans this
'morning with 700 ton.
The Continental rouiuieucci loading
fur Xssw Orleans to-day or to-morrow.
Thn ljuiekstop brought 11,000 itavm
und beading, ska N.tl, UOOj aUt corn,
tboeirfpty- barrels, 3d bara' Iron, 'JO W
I meal and hominy, 44 pkjra- atovci and
castings, 15 tons mdsu for Cairo, "5 butts
tob icco, 25 rolls leather, 25 bdU chair
I alita. 2tl b handles for reshlpmetit to
St. I.ntil, :ir. bxs Iminlli', 50 whiselbar
roiv, H steers, .HO bbls potutoe, .'0 bbls
Hour, 'J'i bbls whiskey, 20 tons plow nnd
sundries lor re.hipincnt south.
Tho Longworth dlieharged V.I hhds
sugar hero for rcshlpment north per I. ('.
The local Inspector at Xw Orleans
have suspended tho Heonso of pilot Loult
Hclnhardl, Kugenlo llandlau aud C. T.
Pierce for thirty days for causing tbo col
lisions of tho steamship DoSoto and tug
Wcapio and collisions of tbo steamer
Itobt.K. Loo and Totomac. Roinhardt
was at tho wheel of tho tug Weaple,
Plerco at tho whoel of the Lee, nnd Hand
linut tho whoel of tho Potomac when the
various accidents occurred.
Thu Su Loui City Council havo re
duced the rata of wharfage at that city
from tovcu and ono half conts per ton to
flvo cents per ton. Tho wharfago at Cairo
has novjr been quite two
cents per ton although boat rccolvo
nioro freight hero that at any other way
landing on the W astern rivers.
If tou want a pair of boots mado to or
dcr, out of tho best material, and In tho
most fushionablo nnd durablo manner, go
to Wm. Khlcrs, on Twentieth street, op
posto thel court house tf
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Nesv Time Table.
On und after 13:30, p.m., Sunday, Dec.
4th, tho following time tabid will govern
tho arrival aud departure of pasncngcr
trains nt Cairo: .
Mall truiil loaves at 3:40 n.iil.
Kxpress, ' " nt 3:!!0 p.m,
St. Louis and Cairo Kxprcsss
leaves nt l:-0 a.m.
AccommiKlutlon leave at.P-'iSO p.m.
Mail arrives 2:05 a.m.
Kxpress, arrives 12:24 p.m.
St. Louis nnd Cairn Kxpreas
arrive 4:sT p.m.
Tho last named train leaves St. IV mis nt
llWO a.m. Trader can leavn Cairo, at 1:20
a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:'.5 a.m., TPinain
u tho city thrca hour, and return to
Cairo at 4: 15. p.m., tho samodny.
Tho l'J:.'IO accommodation and (Viro and
St. Louis expres Inavo daily; all others
leave dally except Sundays.
Way passenger should bear hi mhid that
the 3:00 p.m., train makes only four top
pings between Cairo and (Vnlralia, via:
Joncsboro. Carbondale, Pu Quolu and
Ashley. Tlio 12: p.m., iruui atop M ull
tlio station alonsr ,l10,ri?ui?:1,.,
J AS. JOHNSON,
,li,e:if Agent., Oalro.
1'AIIKIt HuoTiUtts, M Ohio Lovfe, will
uereafter keep constantly on hand, direct
from the, Eastern manufacturer tb. very
best winter strained iiurlUedsnerni oil. fur
sowing mnohliH-, and all lift and light
machinery. This oil has novel- yet been
superceded by any of thn manufactured
oils, as It no vor gums or is nilected by tho
tilBIT In 100 1,1,1 lots
......1 35 per bb
...93 M. "
m-!.ir,n.ii iiej uoi loia..
OIIKKHR Near York Kaotorr
C'SIB'KKK Prime So Cholee...
riiun u i.ii.i. e. (...mm 'eiw
Conmns to Fair. 1 . , I I 9m 1
vvm HllJU ! I tat ( a i
,nr,., i -in narreia ....
Kki, blaatlSR - 4O0da
MOI.ASSn.S-iiiw Orleana, In bble. ., ol
i iTM. .. u.si SStoM
Hyrnp, " TOl
orKhilin, !' SlssiSMl
OII.M-Coal, per xallon ..m 3t(
Ur.l, 1 1101 SM
Hand nia.U, Mr lb i..
Manilla, tier Hi
DRIED FltUIT-Pencriea, foro'S
l.lller;l, a Hi mw
f-CHP Koain. per lli...-..-...'.J..-SVosn-IIanl,
A lVSlCO IMMflHIIinHHHIIIHII
Newernp, N. O., la hhda.
SHOr Aaaorle.1 number, perkex
iia. ii id ua.....M....-M
IHr Lead, per lli
TOIIACCO-Dark, par lb
Hmoklng, ptr lb, pVIt.
llriRht. per lb.
1 001 ) OO
IlK'l.. !.. Ih '
SUIIA-Ui Carbon keea- er ll.. T
' Inlioita, jr lb.. MIi
SfAILS-rorkcK, 1CI to All..... 794SO
PmoViaiUNtlork,inta,bbl.- 91 00
Vrlma meaa pork, per bW- 10 00
Clear al.laa, inr lb, dry aalt lie
HiblieU aidva, peril) dry salt lOtf
Diltnieil HuniirC.ircd fnma . 00
I'laln Imrna, per lb , dry aalt 13ai3
Hhoiilders, per lb. dry aalt N
' Uega lSjal
IAKD Tiercea and bbN, perlb... llkia
Kepi and hi bbla, per lb... 13S14
(Viuntry lird, tier lb..... is
bid - 3 00.10 SO
White lana, ttr Mud...... 1 flO,.ja so
Nay, " a ao9a 70
Onion., par bt 3 OO'.sS SO
WHKAT-l'holee White 1 SO'.sl 40
Nn. 1 while 1 5 sl 30
Cuoleo rel......... I 10 1 SO
No. 1 re...... ........ 1 03 1 10
Ordinary lel A while 00 I 00
rBBWBTS B7 alter.
From Cairn to.
Kmin Cwro if
Flour, per bid
J....1 rill 11.
&! I JD
Heasy frf owt
. ...I.. ... ....
XJI "'.Ilea, 11.11.1 11-
jl 0jj.lichi ilrr-cwej -
w niaj, TT .''I 1I . . . 1
Viral flaaa,..-. I- ailfeuith Ua, II I
Heeond Ciaa I W 1 Sp)lt Cl.av...-
o ui w uir 1 v i 1 la w
Rfvrr fomplaJr.t ar
iiraaiaa." ani paio
'0 rheai'de. .Soma
liin.a the t ain I. in
tin. tin. iil.fer. n,l 1.
llll-I.Klll .11 i it. M. I.I . .1-111. . -.".II . .. li our..-
ednilh to of apilrio and aikn. riue la
irennialroatlie, aoinelimes 4lU.ni iUlk with las
The head la iruiiblr.1 with palu, an.1 dull, heasy
lead la Irnllbl") with
iois cr memory, aorom
ialej witli paiuful e n-
. .m.lt,l.. Mhl.1
MBHBBBaiBHaMSBr'uilht to hare bten dee.
une vunipiaiainaT ui aiauwi .uvuitiiy, uu iww
ap.rita. rSoinrlim, tome of the aboie ayuip
tonia attend th" ulaenao. and i ouier uniaa sery
ImoI them: biilthoLlrer lageot-railyitieonrea
..a.i ln.Ai.wi irnretha Liver arllh
A preparalionof rnotaand herha, warranted to
lie atrlrtly veitalabl, and ran do no Injury to any
It haa been u.edby hundreds, and knownol
the laat 3A yeare aa one or me rnoal rename, era
cacinua and liannleaa praparallona eter otfered
the auiterlnr. If taken regularly aad pvraiateo
It la aura Ut rurp.
latrhuta. afieelloua ol
he bladder, ramd
oNhe kidney. Ier. aaraouaneaa, thills, ilneaaaa
01 ui" aam
a. irnpuiity of the blooj, malancholy.
or depreaalonol apinla. heartlHirn, colic, or pain
latnn lioweis, ..till ill llm iirvi, h-.bi u.t bju
dlMhrMy, boila, palu In Ihe. back and llmba, a.lliine
eryalprlaa, fvmale altectlom, and bltiou dlaeaaa
Kerierally. . . -.... l
I'ruualata, Macou, da
rn r aale br Ilsrelfr Hrolher. Ohio La tea
1 1 bv niamaslbUw
PACIFIC RIILROID CO.,
Ln4 Urasst lilrct froaa the Waivers,
Ocat Fuming and Mineral Lands la
3.000.000 a?re cholee farming laud
. - . i. ii.... , . .. ..... i . .1...
.STATE OF M:BRANKA
RUKAT PI.ATTE VALLEY
Now for aale, for caih or credit at low raleaof lu-
tereat. Thi-ae landa are near the alas parallel r
Norlh WinKitilde, In a mild and haallhy climaiv,
and forgrain growing and aterk railing are un
eouallad by any In tli Ualted ttutes.
CoiivctiU nt to market both eatt and et. Prices
range front li M to iu wperai-ra.
To eeltlera w itli limilod mesas.
Ulch Ooti)amat lauds aim 'he road betweea
OMAHA. AMIS yOhTU IW.ATTB
Hurtayu I and open for m'ry under the ll.iina.
atead and Pre-eiiiptloo laaa.andcan U taken by
AtTII'AI- CETf LKBS, ONLY.
Anopporlnnllyneres Nfore preaented for a,
cur nlioriie near a (treat Itailroawl with all he
uoiiipu enoea of an old settled country. New
Million ol deTiplle pamphlet with map., now
rJilf and "Ut ire- lo all parta of Ihe Uuiled
Hiaiei. Canada and Europe, Adilroaa
tnaie, v a p 1)ASl8rUn(1 c'ommlaaloner
fanMlm3m V. f. It. It. Co.. Uniaha, Neb.
Cor. I'oplar aod TkJrtetntk St ,
CAIRO, - " " ILLINOIS
(III the bullillnit anowna ine Dnnia.iiorr.,
t. Amnu u ni.nar.it i Iroer tr lluamea la 'irat-Clas
(iooda, llu Tea. Pfe.;,!?,'t',u'eJ1.,an1', ,"'4
Fruila. pmoked and Melt Meal, IVkled Pork,
Lard, Smok.sl lieef, llutter. h'rtah , Hour
.iiaai, Tan rim. ..ui.i .... ......
of uoo.lt uaurdfr kem la rlr.elaiiro.'ery atoie.
' AOVMJfi, 1
Tb luirln-rahlp heresofore .ul.tloi; l.eiween
ihe iiudreiKi'"d. iu iho pt.'liee tu law, is Una
ila duoli.dty liiiltual e.nient. t'llli-roae of
tlielalk rlriii or Allen, Webb A liiitlar la author
Uvd la a'llle up luilluuhed taisine.a of lb
partuerahip. WJI. J. Ai.I.EN.
' ii. wa'pso.s kuu,
Cairo, III. . Isuuarj 7, 1T1 iolS?ldawl