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I'nr Clly .Hiirslntl.
We lire authorised to minuiiiiic ANDUIIW CAIN
tisaeniidiili.lefor tho Hindi of City MamIi'iI, til"
j: t to tlio iiwin in or Hit' li'iino 'r.itic t arty.
Wcaro niiihoiiiul Id iihtiounic that llll.N'llY T.
MAItTINwitl iH'iieaicllilulo fur Ihnntllii.of "ll
Mnr-lml, ni the cn-tiniK i-lmrlcr clei ti"i ml"
n i in t. If . of Him Peine rntk' parly.
W . ore niilhoriroil til mi limi rn.- I 'A I' I. V.
M l.lS in an independent rnndhlatcfor tlm old,,
nf city Marshal, iitlijet-t only to the decision if
tlti people tit
l or (lt-Clerk.
At the request of tinny frit ri-l I am n candi
Into for tli' otli'ii of City Clcik, subject lothe de
" inof Hie lemneratle party.
mh:iiai:i. j. iiovvi.r.r.
.4111,1, IN TIIK KIKI.ll.
We ii if .iiil'..orlcil to announce tlm name nf J.
T.TIIiOIA1 a candidate for tho ollice nf City
l 'i iK at t!i" cnating intinirip.il r lort ion. tl
L.t ipr lllfllitli Klrrcl mill Olilo l.rst-c,
Orer Vmei nt' Uroecry Mloro, triform" tlm people
' f Cmroin tlm jiiirrhitH l mi l refilled 111 the
rnc i Hit,r nli lain her tlm
nf .1 i lliae '1 unking it ii" "f ni""' "in-
pI'lH ill till-Virl He l now prepared t "Ii H
U niiot m'iMi 'ii Ii s 1 no. from tli 'SMALLIl-I
MNATi'iti: pi liit. sui: potti'iuiii. ii
I .il tllC II' MT
1(1, .111111 I'll S1,,M,
f1!" !!! t I'pr.jH' I stylo. Tin' k h i "it
' :re taken Uildy; atsithsr, I liililrHik
1 :rn t.iki t in thru' to four OM.ie
: -j ." 1 nnl nlrifi I :- m.' . onic id!
11 I see 1. tli lilins In i" II
I i W All V JSHT J I i M ri 1 L o
Ol' IM UV-
Tlm ; till:" rlni heretofore "Vi na -tm-n
I' Ii ntil r 1 M-ickfteth, un.lir tie- tirm
inn- r r IVhle nto knvtii, i iln any uis.
if 1 1 T 1 . ,t::J conx'iit. K. II. Hlucl.lt" Hi i-
.t'.-.r ft-1 1 olirei nil niititin'llnc debts -I'
1 ' r.n r. i-oiii.i:,
T i u n of lti- I lf firm l-)iitinnwl
t .1 -.ni, ly t' )l Kfni KKI.l.TII
Jin a h ! ti. lffl. iinMllfi
1 mi 1 111;
! rii r.! : n nfil y upp I 1 1
Tj whleh ilie pari a!rl lntite ttntlon.
Mifl.u u-t Ifrr ,nl .M .;. 1 ii-..J
rr.i 1 n 111 1111 nira rmx inuiii", rnk
(lilliiiill, l.'lllplirc licci, Jtlivs
Trltnintiiw. Sill, nml
Veil ft Muttons
('nickel llnltons I'luoli
a Ait anajtsuxiAJiiXD,
l liif Kid (ilom-K,
Ji J flL'IJ I OL
n p.s ann in o ens nons
Alul fu.itti l( -still ,( ! k
A'.lcfti :iiftiprfj !..'. i
Vory I.ocl C'nli l'rlc"
"ie nlltr tlit U l.ralo rD nr.il "I-
I n l Imm Hi"- pri -
ti lailotrrininnl u nminUiii lirr dtltn loin
' r eif r ir.ns " I tic Clif up St re.
r01 AM COAL.
1 I -vr 1 1 1 iti lner till' l
ire Wood & Stone Coal
iv psr'cf fie 't, .a m ipimii.ty "K'ui-1
. .it 1
Cii.-.l Di-llwnil at )JI .10 Per Ton.
ii H rr lUrrt. Orth A ' n
- .1 iis i li etlii ni" r of l.vl'i'inn. i
it minrr. iHtrime. tleioil
r.ivoiAir. !i,Tiuj. !
roit.uTii sT.oiii( ij:vi:i:. ,
lid (i!t rc 'Ptte l irilll mi l roinpiririicx'K 11
ents' Furnishing Goods
i wry t
.1 II I!
ili-i'mitl'in, whleliwlll lx n l.l ni price
ii ill nl to nit all I'Urclii'ri. IVrlcl
iruiitei ' I. Ill" n "i
hirts, lints, Cups,
texeelleiltll point "I price, t-l-; w ilr.lKn,
Hi fr nnv oiIiit iimtkrl.
Htinintof ll llie:n"i nf piUnt'i nntnrf,
lent to Ixilli rexen. A cure i fc'iuiMIilfod
i-rv ce iirelertuken.
.Miiiiiiiiiin hi miiii-iiMit.
Deuces' Female Regulators
r fi nii)lei. rr.inle. toreniovonliitrucl'i
llvl.au C I I1JIP l
Uo ft full iworlliieiitnf Ilainl.iKeiiiiiiil Trile
ttix-rior iiiuuiiy "I iHi t.eaiiiii; ii lormnKi
ei t l per lair ilovn, or f"per iloicn.
A Meill'lnl I'ninplilet, fdlituillinK iin eliiliariit
.iil .noil tin uliovelleNei4, hiiIiii lew )iaetii)
innrU upon tlm caiim", crlect ami treatment
miiiii-contiilnliiK m latgn pnie nne 'M ci
.'li'iKruvint-', nhOHiiiRtlioiliitereut miigin,
nt in ealei wrapper on ncelpt of
ins,) ,. Illicit
Galon's Head Dispensary,
No. j:i Vet Jcirurson mieo
tVelilAenvtw l.nnvillf, K
KSVS 0? IHBBR,
l.'i-l a .Mnllesi' rros".
H'l'lili lux fjmic h:vk toSirliii;lli,il
I'luj letter ll't will tititietir toinorrow
wero woll-alteinlerl tin
now bringing $1 'J50
(ioml woo'l U now
I f0 pur cord.
Mnyor Wilioii lim
.Mnynr'8 Cuti vcntinti.
returned from tlio
Wit ti Ifil h wt'll-vctitllnti.'d room In n
(ool lxnrlini lioitie.
Siriti i-till lln'ir In tliu lap of Winter.
Tlio liljit?"! twiiner uVit litillt for tliu
wiintern water U now en route for Cuiro.
lnriri; ntimlier of rltlnn from tlm
country urn In uttunilnnco upon court.
A nK'Icty of JFme ItellIunltti Jiiij, wo
a rn Itifnrmuil. litoti ornnixcil in tlil city
Tlieri" wa n ili:,'iit mitindi"rjtfinilltii,'
lietwfoti two city vtlMfiN yentnrility
W'onl", but ni.'l blow.
.Mr. Wcnver U creetinj. a liuuto on tlm
cortiur of I'lntt nml Tuotity-third lrwti
to Ik. ticd for urtcury -toru
Tin" .Mound City ,unrwit nnnouiiccj tlio
dlMolntioti of tlm llrni of I). W . .Mtinn V
(.rndull of tliMtcity.
Mcflnlo lim recovered fromtlie ell'ect of
n cevura fall on tliu rilrrd truck 1h
Wliv didn t tliu (Iratiil .lury tlerUr tlm
clly jail n nniwitico? It iliotild luve lcn
in.liite l-tln'Jnll, not tlie jury.
.luile l!ri4 will f nbitnt ,i fuw duyt
in HltiintlHnci! nt the County Itidijoi' con
verition. which niMttHt .SpringflfM to-dny.
Clurlio TrNiilv tripiwl mid full while emu
Indown UiHlHir from tliH l'hllharmonic
hull, on .Siuidn nilit. nd ncvcroly
The tlyin mint of l'.liictth projK M
conn, tn Cuiro. Hi Ii Impecunious ond
ImUovim that in Cuiro 1m tuny "rnUn tliu
ulnd," und then iioon the wind.
(ienerul lirnid' jilrturn in I'.rrry
Snlnrihti it rt x'-xlllkino. 't fhotild
rotitiilur him n l)tler liMikiiig man thrin li
lt, it lit voul'l crowd throuth th Vincn
Th" publiher of thu Cairo Star pub
lili ii protpwtuo tltii inornitr.'. in which
they unuiinnei" their dctririir,Mtiou to t-rj-InrifQ
mid otlivrulto Inipror their paper.
Wo wlh the youn gfiiitlerneii iuccc.
The follow iti(; explain IHelf:
Springfield, III' , Jniitinry -0, ltl.
OKAitSut. The l.ycomlir.' Tire liuur
mice Oottimtiy tin. coi'iiiliol with the ltw,
nml l milf.i'rM"'! todo bulnei m Iliitmu.
Vuum truly. '.. C. M IM'I NCO IT.
('iIi!hI"I- Arti.ilil r-x-eivel n ti.!eruni
ye.ter.lity moriilii from Wllllnm Henry,
of Anna, Infortnltit: him Hint lilt tor- liJ
b"n burslarloniily entered on Humlsy
nilit nnd robbed f one luinJre,l ilollur
worth "f elothlnt;.
The MiHHid City JoHrnnl Ititimnlei tlmt
M.-.r. Ilrillldwy nnd Kurd, of thl clt.
Me to bltini"' for the iHc!ittMtihtH!i of
w.iU on thu C. A V. It. II. Thl U itnjiut
to tnn vtho. in their urniety to jiroeure
the r,Hil, expeiiduil many thuufMiidi of dob
lull of their pril iucmo. mid have never
i;ot ihu return of ti rent.
The henlth f tht city I remrl;ibly
U-io'l; and, fnrthe time Wing, our cltletii
),ii vi) diHontinuwl the Imblt of dyltih'.
Wl'i ii u until ii tired of lift), Mini with to
diehu go-u to .MemphU Mild t;ol. ht, or to
I'm ! iv.'uh and oiiilrui-l tli jimjmui,
di- .' nun!Ur to that locality, nnd dici
(ii.rH l'ruwian, tho (iermtti who lt
i-10',1. tll'iy ! wiiUh wre found upon the
pjroii !' II MilehM, ha revere the
lullulu"-. It wu ill the f,'iltl'l pwket-bouk
it.lv. rti.'-l by (iren V (iilbert. ThotJer
iiihii Imd bt it: and, it appear, .1 ituli
. I'h talc "f having burrowed tho fOo wa
true, mid that ho U all injured man.
.Indi' llro ha. written u letter to the
Mound City .huriutl lii-dntlrij; that he lim
(iiiniill'-d, wiped out, dwlrcyed nil tn
true t lutweeii the oounly if Alevandtrr
mid the Cairo mid Viiit'-jiin-i railroad. Ho
I ti, Muk'ii. Ill.wn order lmu that hu
only nnnnlb-il or rather, iittmpteil to
fintuil th" ri'iitrtu t t.. . ! SIio,iMii.ifil.
rnllrind -link f. r
Sittnrdav iM'tan, otHcei' .My em nnd
Ari.ii'.'l r--i eived InfuriiiHtlmi that one WIN
li.itn Wilmin, colored, ln iH-cupied tho
puiition of UM.tuder on the tejimur
Dexter. Imd l evit 'ilfor!ii',' on the up trip
i of th i boat. Thov wire lie. I h hoii'u nnd
found flvufllvcr hjuioiu m irl.t'd Sioami'r
)i cr, ' und thriiu umrki'd "Dan Able."
! lb wik put Into Jail, nnd ut hU trial
brought it hi"t of witno'M to provo that
j ho had iMiuht tho upootm, and n tin In
I in,. ..nt riiloroil inrilft nusid. 1. W. .Mil MM
wm hi lawyer.
Co to !.', Ohio Levee, nnd buy the vlc.
brnted Aurora Oil, of Kvsull A .lacob.
Tnvtho Aurontoll. It will provo It-.
Mipcrioripinlitlc- over thu coal oil.
A i. vikik Atook of fiirnldilnc (?ooiU of nil
kind.- iilwnvi. on Imntl nt 1'. Nell's, No. "3
Ohio Luvee. declitf
1'l.ot'K' Choice I'ainlly Flour In bbls
half bid., Micki, Ac, for calo nt tho Kgyp
thin MI1U. mi
Ik mi want n pidr of boot uuido to or
dor, out of tho hvit mitturinl, nnd in tho
most fadiiomiblu nnd durable miiniier,
to Win. Killer.-, on Twentieth street, op.
posto thei court houto. tf
To i-iiKSKitvr. huaUli tho foot mu-t bo
kept dry nnd warm. 1'or boot' und fhoei
tlmt will tlo both no to I'.hler'i', on Twen
tieth street, between AWhlnjiton nvomio
nnd I'oplar -tfeet.
Nbati.v llttina bootJ nnd nhoc! nt
J'tiu pitols nnd curtrldcs run! bowlo
knlvc. t'o direct to 1. cll , No. 79 Ohio
Tin: Auiioiia On. rcriuircs h dlllurcnt
bttrnur from tlmt which in ti"."l with coal
oil. Ak for tho .Sundiin(t burner, which
i the but In tl'C .Sold bv I! well V .Itieob
!5 Ohio l.i.-vce.
j.ost. A K'dd .Multcso cro, with thu
wordu, '-In Hoc Sitrnn Vinccn," encrnved
on tho fncu. Tho Under will bo' suitably
rewarded by leaving It tit this ollicc.
I'oi.ick I rr.Mi. Sipilro .Shnniic..cy
tried four casuj Vfntcitbiy. All tho
priouuri were clmriicd with drunknoii'
nnd thrco of them worn sent to tho en hi
Wantf.ii. In tiny part of tbo city, onu
liirtjo, well ventilated, furnhhud room,
with board, for n genttumnu, wife, und
onu child. State terms, itcfereiico f;ivni
nnl required. Addres. "Aipllcatit,
Jlfi.l.Kii.v ollicc. JnnlM.'lf
Ti.k I'litsr STti'. Tha flmi of Mnrghri,
Kaiiiui .v Co., who protiuio to erect
luri;o fpiike, hub nnd wngnti factory In Oil
city, ,''t;iiii their work ycnterday, tnkini
tlie enyitiet out of tho Tenth street putnti
house prcparutury tu removing them to
the location of their )iropo4od worki.
Nk'ihqI'.h is Tin: I'l'iu.k; .Sfiiooi..i
A petition wih roud in the colored Moth-
oJIit church ltiUSiitnlny, prnylni? thu Let;
Mature to cititbli'h in tho State cp:iruto
u-hooli for whlte.t nnd bluck. Di'ncnn
Jetimnt; otitcd that no rignutnrH wero
yt on the petition, nnd tlmt he would not
iidvit" tiny colored porion to idt;n It until
they weru thoroughly poted n to !t Im
jiorl. Vlf.l) in Koyi-1. At the Mpvor'f
banquet u the IDlh inU., hi a honor,
.Mayor Wilson, re'ponded to the tonit
" Kl.vP'- Th'-' Sprlnglleld Journal s.ijf ,
Mr. Wiben h ipech - was mint uuiulnt',
nnd win received with iipplnitle.'' Tho
ei'cn-i adds: " .Mr. Wilton, nt thu con
clusion of his happy ellbrt, proposed the
1 'r-, iiti'l called upon Hon. John S. Leu
inouiW of tho House of representatives
from I'euriN, to roipond.
Tin: meat market of Gayer it Co-fit tho
rnr-r of Wiishlnuton nvenue and Tenth
street, U one of "Institutions" of tbo cltv.
It is not only nbundnntlv sutipliud with
the bust of pork, bef, veal, mutton Iamb,
sausage, cf'., but it presents an air of
leniilinox nnd order that Is rarely seen in
establishment of like character.
(ieurit Co. hiivo hud many years ux
p. rier.-e as butchers, nnd have Ioiir o
l- .riii"! that It pays Ix-stlo keep (ltie meats
nml iHiiiiinatiil llrt-eliis custom. For
choice tnwits, therefore, cut In a neatiind
skillful iiusnnor, uto "Tho l'oop!o.Ment
.Market," presided over by Oayer X" Co
- i i- . I
Tin: I.ri rrni: Last Xiuin. An im
dirnee, n.-sjievtablc in numbers iinJ title In
I'huraetur. nsrembled at the Presbyterian
church last night to listen to the lecturo
of H.mi. Iletij. F.Taylor. " Words, their
iif und nbiiii', was, upon consultation
uitli the le'tiirer, substltutei for ''Thought
and lt (Imriut- the lecture originally
atitioiitieml. Of coiKse. it wa a grand
piece of word.pnlnilng : n worthy tribute
to tho beuulliM and force ol the Anglo-
.Saxon totiguo from ono of its mnit favored
student', one who, front his attainments in
pro... and octivul writings, has won the
right to speak by authority. Tlio lecture
wa well received, und to the Vwuug Men,.
Chrl.tliiti Aisociatlon i tigaiu dui tho
thank of our people for n feast rare in it
wti intell'M iiial, euturtuiuing utul enjoy-
SicvvmiAT AoKNTv Co.vniiK.vcK
(Javik. A f.itnily arrived In Cairo, yuiuhy
en route fur n'new homo in Tounei.ee; nnd
while they ware waiting on the whnrfhoat
of th-I. C. U. H. company for a boat to
lk them up the Tennessee river,
wet,, approached by it man uho Inquired
their dottlnuti ni, und, having iiwertained
it, represent"!! hiniself n- n rtc.unboat
ng"tit und ullered to ell piu-nge tteltets
lor lb" family for t). Tlio old man told
th agent that Im Imd only r'lo left which
he wa. willing to pay, After dickering
nubile the agent took tlm money and i.tld
he would step up to the otlloe und return
with the tickets, lie left nnd tho family
ure waiting pcntille- fur his return,
Oiilceris Slieeltan and Arnold Miarched the
city for th" boii. agent but could not
Co.NnitM.UION AT TIIK Clll liCII Ok" TIIK
ltlSliKGMKIt. The lilght lleverclld II. .!
Whitehouso. 1). I. I L. !., llishopof Ill
inois, will( II. V.) administer tho Apctollc
nto of Conllrmntlou in the Church of tho
Kedeemer in thU city, on Siiiulay, -0th
lll-t., lit 10 o'clock, tl.Tll.
A j-orles of mltslouary services with nil
.lroes by clergymen and laymen repre
senting tho DiocoMin Hoard of Illinois, will
tnku pluco In couuecllou with thu visit of
Wo nppend it chedulo of tho services:
Friday evening, 1 o'clock, Missionary
7.1 o'clock, Cairo,
III o'clock, ('alio,
7 o'clock, closing
I v you want a good, stylUh nnd well
rating suit of clothes, made tu order, you
mristgu to p. Neil-, No. 7ti Ohio Luvet".
adjourned lust evening, after having trnn
acted a vn.t umount of Important
business during thu day.
At 'J o'cl(iek,the cuso of Kl!.ibcth Hutch
inum, administartrix of AliX'ttidor Hutch
inson vs. tho Illinois Central Usllroad
Compaii v. was called for trial, The!
case was tried ut the July turm of tlio
Alexander County Circuit Court, IW53,
and thu planitlfl' recovergd a verdict for
$1,000. Tho enso was taken to tho Supremo
Court, where the judgment was rovorfod
and cruio remanded. Tliu facts of tho
caso aro as follows': Alexander Hutchln
son was run over by tin wiginu upon th
railroad trnelc, ,n Ohio Levee, ubotit three
years ugo and killed, nnd the wife of tlie
docoiiicd brought suit to recover damages
for causini; his death.
No witnojscs worn sworn upon trial
yesterday. Tliu uttornoy. .ludgu Allen
for Mrs. Hutchinson and (Jrecu Nf Oil
ber.s for tho road, nt!rc! to submit thu
evidence taken nt tho former trial.
Thero nra many points presented by
tho Supremo Court worthy of bcriii; pro-
dticcl In ihoolumns of Tin: Hui.lkti.v.
On tho trial of this case, it was shown that
Hutchinson had been drinking. Whan run
over ho was sitting on the rail of lh track,
or, according to ono w!tnc, was sitting
on thu end of a tie nnd leaning
over thu sido of the track. It w.iS "la
when tho accident o:currcd. It wits in
evidence tlint there was no headlight on
thu engine, and that the whistle was not
rounded. Wltncucs ditfu'ed vs(to whether
the bell wu ringing. In delivering tlie
opinion of the Supremo Cotut, Mr..lutlc4
"Where n neron. while intoxicatoil.
place'l himself ubotit darker In thu dusk of
evening on n raiiroan tracK running
along a puMic street In n city, where this
company's trains wuru constantly pusting
and repnnltig, and to remained tllore until
hu was run over und killed by a
pusdng endue of the company, tho
ileccajed will to ' held to have
been guilty t f iuch, uroii .uuligoiicp
that n i recovery could bo had ngaluJl'tho
company for the Injury, unless It ntipear
that tlionsenti or tlio coniDsnv wilfully
caused tho death of tho party, or wero guil
ty of inch gross negligence on their part,
as amounts Inlaw to a wiliitl nrt-lcet ol
This caso was bolng argued before the
uryl whon tho court adjotimoil, by judges
(Jrcen nnd Allen nnd Win. II. (Jill"ert, Knj.
Court will commence till? morning nt
g o'clock. - ' . -r .
;ki:m.vx dkamatiu sociktv.
Tlir Irrariuisiirr on Nunilay XIrIiI--Orautl
hurrrasSplriulltl l'lii) liK liy
Ihr Aiiialrnra. 4
The pcifortnanco of this society Sun
day night was a grand um i. Th' room
I'hllharw mle llnll -was lull, i.nny "f
tho nttililory bing tttmble tu prctiro
HU; and, from th" first .net to thu last,
tho attention of the spectators was undi
vided. The pliy wasi"Lorl.", of tho JXTttck
Forest j or VilltigQ und City,.' by Mrs.
Illrchpfellfer. and wns 'rendered by tho
coinp.my in n manner that n.tonlshed
overy onu present.
The plot of the play Is Urlfly as follows :
Lirlo Is Hiilnuxucnt country girl, beautiful
nnd unurout: iml to city life. She Is seen
and loved by l'.clnlinrdt. an artist, svho
woes and wed her, aud Mkes her t tho
capital city in which heboid an honorable
podtl' ti nt court, ltelnhtsr.lt cmnot edu
c.ito his rural wife into the h.iblti of his
fashlonablo circle, und troubl" and heart
burnings tiro the result. Finally, Lorlo
concludes to return to her parents, her
husband having ltnvt intlamed with
wine. She. accordingly, writes t i him it
letter, s-aying he do-is not JwUli to stand
in tho way of his happluoss. mil while
pr, jiaring for hvr departure. b,,'in I i sing
the oug he s.ing when slid lerV her h tu
to foil iw the young aril t Into th" wor! 1.
lteluhardt, he iriug it, ruii iut i to" room
nnd wishes ll"r to relulit mid rem ilu. lint
she Is iu!lxible; and, lin.iliy, he agrees to
follow her to the psne'ful quiet of the
oomitrv. T.ieii, of u. -.i, a I is right, and
thu iinilriin iiiittl Vi bsNomc.s otliii and
Tbo "hariioicr o Lrle wis
renderoil by Mr. Fidel.'. of
tills city, and whs ciiai'i! in a
manner that would htjvo won njspl utio for
a professional actress. Hor osineep
tlon of the spirit of the pl.i v.i purfsn.-t,
ind her rendition of th tflXt of th nti'hir
all that could havo been eitpeetod of nil lie
uomplislieil elo'iitioiiiit. In the pathetic
parts alio lost mt per.uu.tlity, nnl tlio
audience ympathto I, not with mimic
sorrow, but with th' distre-s of a real am
iiiaii; and in thu p.iiag: wherein il nas
necessary to display emitiotis b.irdi'i'lng
upon tho tragical Mrs; Fldelo e imp-tllcd
the plaudits of th" audience,
Mrs. M diner us llierbul, al-.'i ni-lilcv-d
u triumph by hor excdb-nl .i.ttlug, and
Mr. Milliner, us Lorle' father, w.i. all tliat
could htve been dIrod. Mr. and Mr.
Uuss, and. indood, all thoainattmrs acquit
ted themselves In llnu style. Of cotire, i
.Mr.'lic.'kol, us Itilnhardt, utaluel hli ;
reputation us a llrt-elas actor. '
Wo have, hoard thu expression of tho
desire of many of our German citi.en-, and i
others, for tho repro taction of tho play at '
an o.irly day, und we hop tins society inny
Hud it convenient to omply with the re
quest of their friends. '
l)n:i. At her late residence, on Twen-'
tleth street, near Gallgher's mill, on Sun- I
day, 'J'Minst., Mr. doiluia Cushing. Fun- .
nural rerviits will take plnco ut the rti
donoolo-day at halt-past llo'einelcA, .M., '
Itov. Fred L, Thouipsou oilleiuting. Tim
remains will ho convoyed ! their Ilual
roUilig plauu at Villa Itidgo on thu half- i
past 12 o'clock train. Friends audacquain
tnnce. ttrij respe.'! fully invlle.1 to altend. I
OL'lt CO HITS ANIITItl'.m OFFICKHS.
Tlir; ClltCCIT COL'Ht
A luiiru: iiaviii t, n a k r.n.
was elevated to thu botieh over two vent. I
ago, and wo but speak thu sentiments of
thoso.who have watched his career that ho
has faithfully devoted himself to.the Impor
tant duties of his position, liu is kind
nnd considerate to all who havo business in
court; careful nul patient in tho Invest!
gutlou of cases. In thu criminal court of
tho past week, ho furnished abundant
proof that, in ndminstoring Juitlco to tho
guilty criminal, ho was not blind, in any
case, to the just claims of morcy.
,1011V 1. IIAI'.SIA.V, OtltCttlTCI.KIlK,
U too well. known to thu readers of Tin:
Ul'LLUtis- as an uccompllihcd clork And a
courteous gentlcmnn to riccd nt our hands
more than a pnitlng notice. For fifteen
yoirs has Mr. Harman discharged tho du
ti'-s of circuit nnd county clerk of this
county. As n penman, hn has few supc
rior.s, una id' corrccinnsj n nooks aro
worthy of imitntlon.
His character nt an experienced nnd
nccoinpll'hod clerk Is not confined to this
county, but known In tho State. In lfl'i:)
he was fleeted to the position of chluf clork
of thu lower house of our State Legislature
This portion ho tilled to the satisfaction of
thu house und with credit to himself.
Thu members oi this Legislature,
nt 1 1 1 close of tho session, presented
Mr. Ilarmaii s with a vnhable gold-headed
cano In token of their appreciation of his
In IP 70, tho constitutional convention,
composed of thu leading tnuii of bMh par
tics U the Statu a bodv of men acknowl
edged Jiy Icadlt.g Journals ef other Slntet
to possess superior qtialltlcutiont for tho
important work of framing a constitution
lor tho State, nndn majority of whom wero
politically opposed to Mr. Harman, on ac
count of his eminent qualillcatlont se
lected him, by almoit a unanimous vote,
tistlio chief lerk of tho convention. So
w,-dl nnd faithfully wero the duties of this
position diichnrgud, that, nt tho clvso of
tho protracted session, ho received a vote
of thanks from the convention.
JOIIS r. MCAI.TKRY, STATIiV ATTOIISJCY'
nt fnr as we have been nblo to Judge, pros.
octitesiwith earnostnesi. It should bo re
membered tlmt he meets In this city tho
nblett bar in tho circuit, nnd is oppoied In
Important criminal eases' by nttorncys of
unsurpinijl learn. ng and ability In crim
inal law and practice.
ILKA A Vfntt II. IttVI.V. MIKItirr.
has rc'iJiil in Cairo for inauy' years, and
luring ti Urgo portion of this perloU ills-
chargod tlm duties of City Clork and (Jlerk
of tho Courtlif kCoin'monTIc'is. Ho on-
tero 1 upoirtlit) uutlus of tho office of hlicrlti
purfectly v.-rso 1 In all its requirements.
HU kind, ntli'tn.inly treatment of eviry-
b'xly, nnd accommodating disposition, will
render him deservedly popular. His re
cent cil'rt t rid our city of gamblers nnd
break up the gambling dens deserves tho
support of overy citizen.
OUIt COUNTY JA1I.EH I'.ICIIAni) riT7.OKrtAI.il,
deserves a notice; for n better, more faith
ful, and obliging o Ulcer, cannot bo found
in any country. "Dick'' ii now entering
upon his third torm as Jailor. During tho
past four years, noarly seven hundred
prisoners havo boon confined in the county
Jail, and we may unheiltatingly say some
of tho most dusperat") men ovor shackled
fnr crime; nnd yet, not ono hat over
escaped. "Dick's" watohfuloycs has boon
over preicnt In every nook nnd cranny of
tho apartments, Grand Jurors havo.nover
failed, in all their petitions for a now jail,
to compliment "Dick" upon tho excellent
manner in which everything was kept
nnd his vigilance In preventing escape.
From hi- manner and style of expression,
"Dick" impresses n strnnger with the
conviction that hu is a haughty und tyruii
leal ottleer; but this is far from being true
I'ew persons possess a kinder lieurtthan
he, anil wo feel .warranted In saying, that
ho never treated n prisoner under his
charge during tho past four years but
with the utmost kindness. It has been
his constant uliu to maku thorn in comfort
able tu circumstances would permit, and,
in all caes, Iced them punctually and
well. Wc nrc assured by oveml nWcors
that they never .heard mi Inmate of our
county Jail speak other than in prabo of
Not only has "Dick " been a most faith
ful jailer, but ho has kept a watchful oyo
over tho court house.
The otllcurs of our County and Probate
Courts aro also men of good qualillcattons,
has, for tunny year, been diistlco of the
Pejco nnd l'.dicu Magistrate of our city
court. Ho may be Justly styled a thorough
olllcer, "When not in tlio dlschnrgo of Ida
odlcitil duties, hu Is tho most Jovial of men,
but upon tho bench does not know tiny onu
its a friend, und no onu ns tin enemy. II o
pays blind obedience to tho facts and tho
law us he understands thu facts and tho
law. Impartiality that strikes overy
where, nnd llrmnuss of tho quality of
stubbornness diillcult to convince, are tho
ttiO't striking of his characteristics. As
County Judgo ho labors with an oyo single
to tho county's good; and, If ho falls lit,
any regard in this ottlcc, the failure is In
thu ditllculty hu experiences in treating
those who havu claims against tho county
as fair and henest men. Hu acts too often
on tho apparent presumption that every
man is dishonest until ho is proved honest.
If ho woro to correct this wcaknoss ho
would bo an unobjectionable public officer
To.ludgo Ilross' praUo it must bo said
that ho is doing good work In tho Probatu
Court. Unsettled dates wo may almost
say forgotteu estates- where hundreds of
dollars we,ro due widows and orphans,
I havo been examined, and guardians and
I ndmlnistrntorscompolled to settle.
Ills associates upon tho boneh nro citl
renj worthy of their position,
JVVaK JAMKa K. M'CIUTK
tins necu n rcsianstoi mncouniy lorneariy
r'"iy years! IIo has bcon u Justice of tho
I'eaco tor nearly thirty years, and aiso-
clntclustu-jof tho Counly Court for sight.
IS YVGIl-VCrMul to I'm tvnnU of our
county nnd thormigUy identified with Its
junni: skvkhk Ani:mt,iM)-v
is nllveto tho Intcrcstof tho counyWclI
posted us to thu demands of every soclVni,
nnd favors every effort tending to meet
jacoii o. lynch, otm county ulkuk,
everybody knows, and know him, too, us
an excellent officer nnd an obliging gontle-
man. Mr. Lynch Is doubtless better
posted In county affairs than any
limn in our county, row men have taken
n deeper interest during tho past six years
in county matters. Ho it a lino penman
and keeps an admirable record. Ho is so
well versed in alt tho minor details of hit
office, that he con prodtico, without delay,
nny record, no matter how far hack it may
oxtend. Iteing so thoroughly posted in
everything connected with tho office, bis
sorvlcct uro almost indispensable to tho
court nnd tho people. Long may ho bo
County Clerk. Wo mutt not forget in
this connection his compotcnt ustistant
MICHAKI. J. IIOWLKY,
who is n young gentleman thorughly
posted in tho duties of his position.
't'Uilnr Uot Sale.
Twonty-fivo thousand dollars worth of
rcady-mndo clothing, hats, caps, boots,
shoes trunks and vnlcscs arn olfercd for
snlo by P. NetT, 79, Ohio Loveo, at AC
TUAL COST 1'IIICES, It being hit In
tentlon to closa out In that lino and cm
bark exclusively and more extensively In
tho furnishing goods and merchant tailor
Thlt doling out .snlo furnishes un oppor
tunity to iccuro clothing cheaper than
ever before olfercd In this market.
The 1:ki'L'ih.icans Okuanizinck A
call was read in tho Colored Methodist
Church, announcing a meeting of tho lie
publican Club for this (Tuesday) night,
nnd requesting a full attendance, nt busi
ness of Importance wns to be transacted.
This in thu llrst movement of thu ItaJIcals
towanls the organization of their forces
for tho charter elections. It it understood
that. Mr. Shores hat concluded to not press
his claims for tlio nomination of the party
Taiikk 1) hot ii Kits, 83 Ohio Levee, will
iicrcaflor keep constantly 6n hand, direct
from tho Kastcrn manufacturers tho very
lift winter 'trained purillcd sperm oil, for
suwing machines, nnd nl! flue und light
machinery. This oil has never yet been
superceded by any of the manufactured
oils, as it never gums or It affected by tho
A.v Invuluablo romedy fur emigrants
and persons traveling or temporarily visit
ing malarious districts, it to bo found in
Simmons' Liver Kegulator. If taken oc
casionally It will prorcnt Chills, Fevers,
and injurious ctrects from change of water,
"Wantkk at Sr. Ciiaulw Hotel.
Wo want a flrst-class chambermaid,
laundry and dining room girl. To each of
tlio above, steady employment will bo
given, nnd liberal wages paid.
JKWKTT WILCOX & Co,
f I'rop. St. Charles Hotel.
Goto Kwell & Jacob, and sco Leonard
& Co's improved lirass Jut I .amp, which
can bo used in every manner about the
house. They cannot bo broken. No
chimneys to break, no danger of explosion.
Can bo used with Aurora oil or Gasoline.
Tin: Davk.stoiitis. Tho Atheniuum
were crowded last night to see the Daven
porls. They will perform again to-night.
Arlington, Colniiil,ii. Mount iiiierr, Memphis,
I'uili Vi.rl.lc, Louisville, Oty of Chester, "
Mmnnon, " rilock'lsle. Slireseport,
1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1) s . Aruty, .Ncr Urlvtis,
Silver Moon, I in ilaiuli, .1 I'eiiO", MounJ City,
Alaska, " ieH J, Ilransville.
TjIIsiiiiiu, N.iIiviII', Mary l.ourry, t'lttoliiir',
N J llitfl'.v, 1'ili.liurf .
Arlington, Coluialuis, Rhamion, rwllrlt-ntis,
fnyof Chestrr, M Louis. Iieliaim, "
Alie, " Alaska, '
.ilnuntatueer, " ucary Allies,
N J Ii
A lUker, OpeliirarJeau, I' VarbTe, Arkansas river,
Aii;o), Cliieinimil, Hllver SI01111, .Memphis,
J I'c.siik, Vims) I s, I'llewllJ, hvaustllle,
Tho weather has boon nearly clear
blnou last report until last night, when
wero there Indications of fulling wmither.
The thermometer indicated fit deg. yester
day, and only fell a few degrees aftor dnrk.
The river is rising very fast, and htu
.swollen fully three feet since last report.
Tho Mississippi has risen fourteen
inches at St. lui,,andboemo stationary.
Order which hud been sent hero from
that cltv for boats to mnko ready to start
up the river, woro revoked yesterday.
Tho pro-poets for u resumption of naviga
tion to St. Louis aro rather faint. Thero Is
only between three aud four feet In tho
channel to that polut. The St. Luke,
which lea thero for Memphis on Monday,
10th Inst, Is nearly dry at Turkey Island.
Her passengers have all .'eft hor, but
hor crow .till remain on board, wait
ing for a rise. Tho channel has changed
since sho ran aground and sho would not
bu nblo to come out, now, oven if unloadod.
ThoOhio is falling ut Pittsburg with
but little more than six feet water in tho
channel and tho weather had again become
so cold as to cause fears of thu river being
again closed by ice. Tho river h alio fall
Ing at Cincinnati nnd Louisville, with,
eight feet water in tho chuto down tho
falls. A portion only of tho coal uVt
havo crossed tho falls, but It ft. hoped
enough have dono so to make coal alittlo
more plentiful below Cairo.
. Tlio Cumberland ri.o did not nmounl
to much, nt It madu only six feet on II a r
peth shoals, nnd tho rivnr has since fallen
to four feet.
ilusinust here continues fair.
- The Henry Ames got ofT for Now
Orleans yesterday mornlntr with 000 tons of
freight nnd 120 tons coal.
Tho Dexter commences loading for
Now Orleans this morning and will rccolv
a full load.
ThelJlcwild brought 118 sks wheat, 15
down coaI hovels, to pkgt sundries for
tnlro, "i If, sks wr corn, 00 pkgs sundries
for rcshlpment souvb.
Tho Talisman brought 040 bbls flour
and meal, 15 tons tobacco and sundries for
rcshlpment south, 77 pkgs Ur Iron, 2(1
bundles pr mln- piipcr rr jo)in,on' &
Sawyer St. Louis.
Tho City of Chester discharged 030 bales
cotton hero for rcshlpment Katt per rail.
Various other boatt on our port Hit
transacted mora or less business here.
The now boat for tho Cairo nnd Colnm
bus trndo is launched and ready to receive
hor mnchlnerv nt Cincinnati. She Is 235
feet long with 35 feet beam, 0 feet hold.
Her machinery will consist of flvo double
lined boilers, 38 inchni In diameter, 21 feet
long, with engines 22 inches in diameter,
soven feet stroke Sho will havo bucket
plank on her wheel LI foe t long.
Foil vrcKMnir iici, xewok
Sc WAY 1'Ol.VfW.
Tlio munificent steamer
ISAAC II. JO.Niy, Mtr A.H. CATf,..-.CItU
Will lease st abovr on
WctlncMtlay livening, Jan. 251 It
The Hotter liss unsurpassed arrommodillons,
ami Is sery a in.
Fcr frcipht r pts-a; apply on boaril Jan2M2t
tlMr-In 100 Mil lot tt 'a per bb
PLANTER In tOO bhl lots fJ OO "
ClllcrjK-Nw York Factory lTel
CUPFKK-l'riruo lo Ctiole..- IUMmISO
Hommnn In I'llr... trndiV
rA!nt.ES-Hir.lli:ht tc)cht.... 1I3
S'KSSl.-.MT-ln lusrrals .. TOiit St
uiiuL't:uic-HunniM....M...... asjiM itav:
lliubps . 6(J 19
Powni:n-Kej, rlHr...... a 00.,t
Keirs. t.lii.tun ' 4 00U'JS
MOLAfWFJ :ew Urteana, In Llila- jatoHO
" ; iiois... wiiioms
Hymn, " lam OI
tMirKlmm, " 4si 4.1
0lL3-Coal, tier jrallon 3132
ijiro, ....... a au'ii
act s o
HOrr.-Msfihlae maJe, Kr., per It..
Ilanl niiile, per lb ...
Manilla, per Hi...... ..-..
DWEII I'ltUlX-IVachea, for o't A
Apples, tier It ......
'4 3(t It
HVUA It-llarJ, per lb.
New crop, N.O., lahlnls.
lieinarara. in tiblx
SHOT Asorle. numtiert, per kerf
lluck. 2i lb lii;...J.......
ft 7Blt US
llir Leal, iwr lb..
TOHACtX)-Dark, per lb.
Lluht. ix-r Pi
llriilit. ner lb,
biuokin, r lb, pias.
i nn jt urn, ro. i.psr i.oi.non
it ao3 oo
3 OOtl US
l rssv.il 7.1
.No. I, kilt
tit S, '
MHIA Hi (;rlion krifs' lr lh..
' In fol, per It.M Hi
WAILN PerkeK. lots'l 4 73(14 90
inner sites in propornoii
Prime mess jxirk, per IM...
(Ttfsralilrs, xrlb, "try all
Itlbbeil iililea, perili drv sl!
Iinmicl H'ii(r('ore'l ;ms
Plata harm, perlb, ilry all
shnnMers, perlb. dry lt
C.AKD Tieree ud Mils, uer Hi..
jirs,1 anil ni iiois , per lo.M
(Viiintrr Lanl. ner lb
White Injuns, per bush
Nasi-. " "
no . in oo
j aosj 7
a 00,43 am
1 aopst 4o
1 IS.Iyl 30
1 in 1 ao
1 03 1 la
UO I 00
llniiiris. tier M -
.No. In i lie ....
". I re.l..................
Ordinary ud A hIiiio
The symptoms n
liver rompUiul are
nin Mlness ami pain
n the sale. Home
times the esln Is In
he ahmilder. and la
1, khi, or iiieiuii.kimu. 1 Ii.) iioiaacli la aneel-
el with lows of upi-tiln und icktie, Ixiwrli In
KcneialcnitiTC, ometlmea alternating vrilh lai
The he,l tmiiUnl with pal il. nnd dull, heavy
.en. .111011, riiniinvrasio
los of memory, accoin.
Isnled vrith painful aan-
.aiiouoi navnif ioiiud-
lone omt'tnui); wntca
ni'-lit In hare iMren done.
MTuTmTXIoTioTiTviijkiiess. debility, and low
spirits, hoinitimea, aomo of thu hImiva aymp
tolas uttend III" disease, and at other llnus ssty
fev of them 5 bat the Liver la generally the orgai,
U'.C't Involved. Cliroth" I.ller viuli
Sr let 1 xxx xxx so u'
A preparation ol rootn an t licrh, warranted to
U'ltriclly ves:Uble, aud cau do uo Injury loanr
"'"t'has been Used by hundreds, and knofnol
the last 34 years ai one of the most reli.iWs. era
cacloui and lurmtess preparations ever
thw autterinx- If ukiu unularlj ami porsnteu
is is wur.. in .-nr.. . n--1,-J,.-
liarrlnaa, arti-ctlona ol
the Undder, wau
"'.' . '''rr. , ;,iV of tho I.I00.I. mtlanchalr.
or depression o! pin(, heartburn, eollo, or pain
In the bowels. la Iho head, lever and ague
liron.r boils, r-"n In the back and limbs, asthma
rysilieWi A'"ia artcelloni, and bilious ills as
K PKiarl only by J. II. Zellla Co., "
' I'ni)iiilsts, Macon, Oa.
t'or sale br Uarclsr Ilrothore. Ohio Ivee
11 by niamatSllaw
Cor. I'oplar nnd Thlrteimtk St 1
CAIRO, - - - - ILLINOIS
(la the bulUlnn known as the Smith Store.)
Is Joiiu a flcnerul G rocery Uusiness in First-Class
t.oods, tino Tcaa, pure (Snrlee, Canned and DneJ
rruii'. Biiioaoii nnu ran .-ieai, ricmeu i on,
Lard, Smoked lleef, Hotter, Kresh Km. Flour
Meal, Salt l'ih, .Nuts. Cand'es, Shot, and all klods
of goods usually kept in nrst-cla.sK'ocry store.