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THE O-AJCRiO BTJLLBTI1T, vTAJCTTT.A.IR'Sr 26.
Tor City .Haralial.
Wears authorised to announco ANDKI'.W AlN
a n can dlda'e. for llir- olflce'of City Marhil. sub
j i.f l to lliniliiMK.oti of Hie Ditn'vmt mriy.
Vie are nulhorli'-d toannounenthrit HKNllV T.
MAiri'lN' will benrnn-lldale for the tilllcp of t It)
Marshal, ut thi dinner el'-etion, sub
n-i to Iho derision f the Detiw "ic .dr(y.
W'n nre authorlted to nnnouni-o FAIJI. W.
A U.K.N nunri Independent candidate for the blllce
of t.ity Marihnl, ubject mil) In tin- decision of
the people. t'l
For Hy Merit.
At tin- request of tinny friend, I mii a unhdi.
datu for tho iitrii-ii of City Clerk, subjei-t lolhe de
cision of the Deinoenilii- party.
.1111.1. IN I UK FIF.I.D.
Wo urn authorized to ntihouiieo the name of J.
T. THOMAS M-aridldalH for the oflfe of City
Clerk lit Hi" ensuing municipal election. til
Ct tier Klfflilli Mlrerl nnd Ohio Lover,
Over Vint-enl' Oroeery Hlori-, Inform the propte
of Cairo that lie. ha pup-hnsed nnt refilled In lh
tnftl thoroiiih manner the
of .1. O. Ilagwi.il, making It one of th- most com.
r.letoln the Went. He i now prciird to ilo til
kiridsnl work in In line, from the HMAI.I.I.I
MINATl'lHi TO MHI-MlZK I'OltrtlUTS. Hn
mike the new
in the most approved tyle. The beat kin. I nt
ji.cturea Uken In tloudy; weather. Children
plrlure taken In three to four second. Ol. I plo-tiri-e
copied and enlirgi-1. I'onw one, com all
nil eeo Ina specimens. de.'jlll
OF PA KT
The rnirlnerhi heretofore existing l tween
F, I'.ihln aii'l F M Hloehfletri, under the firm
name of F I'ohle k M x-ktlelli, la this day ills,
soliod I, v riiutns! consent. F. M. Hlocktletb la
aulhor id to collect all outstanding dibl in
to -iilU firm F I'llll I. K.
F. M hTorKFM.TII.
The business of tho Ute urm ill l-continued
ttthenll atanl, hv K M KTMKFI.F.'I II
Jaimarv 1 ti, Itfl. jai.il. Urn
oiiio i.t:vr:i:, caiko.
FULTON k HONS, - . Proprietor
Are Mew In I'll 1 1 Operation.
Messr. Fulton -k Hon are prepared to lurolsh
II kind of Flcur of tr." t quality, ami also
1 til Feed of all kind. (Iraharii Hour, in sack,
or In Irta quantity, made froru the br.t Whit
Cairo City Book Bindery
Is prepares! to
Ma nil fact lire- Wank Hooka unit ilo atl
kind of Hook lllmtlnu nil RiiIIdk-
711 Ohio laovoe,
AL ESTATE llW,l
Q WI.STO. V CO.,
()ear to Johnq. Harman 1 Co.,)
X U TION EE S
74, Second Floor. OHIO LEVEE
Buy and Sell Kcul Estate
t'VBMMII ABHTKAITH OK TITM
AMI! I'MCPAKk t'ONVI'.YAM'EM
i.W.Miu.t. Mt.T. I'r
IM.Kll aV 1MIIKKIC,
V I.OH II. CORSf i OATH, HA
No. 58 Ohio Ievee
CLAIMS l'AIU IN 30 YEARS.
Fair rale ami irinl nnil equitable 'IJuliniiti
t apltHt anil " , s'0 1
Agenta, Cairo, III..
Oirlc In Wlnt(r' lllm'k, I'trner 7lli atrett ami
Commercial avmue. l'ljltinl
j SO. B. PHIIXIS.
(Succo.sorto Parker 1 rhlllia.l
Anil Dealer in '
Flour, Mi'al, Hhj-, Corn, OuIm, !
Cor.lOtht. &Ohio Levee
Oo to 05, Ohio Luveo, and buy tho celo
brhted Auroirt Oil, of KwMI Jacob,
IW OF THE CIIV,
Try llm Aurora oil. It will provu it
oujiorior qimlltlet ovr tlio co.il oil.
Foil platola hihI cnrtriilgoi nnd bowlo
knlvi'9, go dlrici to I. X;iri. Xo. 70 Ohio
A LAiiOKatwlcof fnriiiililiif; gooJi ofull
klriih nlwiiys on harnl nt I. Xfll", No. 7U
Ohio Levi;e. ik-cOlf
Fi.ouif Choice Family I'lotir in hbls
half Lbli., nck, &c, for fni nt tho Kgyp
tlan Mllli. bu
Ik you want a good, tyliih and wtill
fittlni,' mltof clothw, made to order, you
inmt ko to P. Kcir, o. 71) Ohio I.ovcti.
Ik tou want a pair of boot inndo to or
dur, out of tlm boat inatorial, and in the
moat fnihlonubli) and ilurablo manner, go
to Win. Khlcra, on Twiintliith "trcct, op-
pote the! court houo. tf
To riiKftltvi: hnalth tho foot inut bu
kept dry and warm. For boota and aliot-a
thHt will do both go to Kblcr', on Twen
tieth itrcct, bctwfcn Waihlnt-ton nviiiiue
Dinl l'oplar trntjt.
Tiik AunoitA On. require a ditferetit
burner from Mint which it ux-d with coal
oil. Aik for tho Sun-liiiign burner, which
la the l.'t in uo. Sold by Kwell A; .laeob,
US Ohio I.ovee.
Wa.stk.ii. In any part of tho city, one
Urgr, well ventilated, furninhuil room,
witli board, fur a t;cntlamati, wife, and
one child. .Stat.i tcrmi. l!fercnco given
and required. Addrc,, "Applicant,'
HfM.KTi.s- olllcu. JanlU 3t
An Invaluable, remedy for emigrant)
and perron travcllni; or temporarily vlMt
Ing malarious dutricts, I, to l-o found in
Simmon' Liver Itgiiliitor. If taken oo
caair.nally it will jirevcnt Chilli, Kevon,
and injuriout ctl'ccti from change of water.
Taiik.k IlHrriiKria, S3 Ohio Levee, will
Hereafter keoji constantly on hand, direct
from the K&itcrn inanufactiiren tho very
bel winter utralned puridedtperm oil, for
luwlng machine, and all flno and light
machinery. Thla oil hat never yet been
superceded by any of tho manufactured
oll, iu It never gumi or it alfected by the
Tiik meat market of (layer A' Co., tit the
torner of Wathlngton avenuo and Tenth
treet, U one of "lntltutIon' of tlm eltv.
It la not only abundantly mpplied with
tho bett of pork, beef, veal, mutton lamb,
luutase, etc., but it pretentt an air of
cleanllneM and order that ) rarely teen In
etubllthmcnu of Uko character.
Ouycr ic Co. huvo had many year ox
tieriencu nt butcher, and have long ago
learned that It pay betto keep fine meuti
and command tlr.t-claM cuitom. For
cholco meat, therefore, cut In a neat and
tklllful manner, goto 'Tho I'eople'i.Meat
Market,' prcMded over by Oayer A- Co
A ItKICK IMVELLINO IIOV.SE FOIt
A two ttory brick rvaldencc, admirably
arranged, with largo ground f I let), alt
ualed on the rorner of Holbrook uveiiuo
and Twuty.lhIrdtreot, will bo told on tho
moil rvaionablo term. It l located on
high ground!, In un excellent celgiibor
Vciel, the ground! containing bearing fruit
tree, vine and choice (election. of ihrub-
berv. It U, In abort, onoof the complete-it
imai in the I'itv.
Apply to W. II.TIIO.MA.S,
At Thomci, Green A'Alden
. i . - -
L'loalnir Out Salf.
Twenty-llvo thounnd dollar, worth of
rcii'lv-tnuJu clothing, hut, cup, 1-ooU,
,!ioe, trunk and vnleie; are oti'ered for
mli! by I'. Nell, 7'., Ohio Lvev, at AC
TUAL COST l'KlCKS, It 1-elng hi. in
tention to el oo out in that lino and em
bark cxeli-alvely and inor exten.lvely in
tho fumlihlng good and murchaut tailor
Thii cloilng out Mtlo furnliho tin oppor
tunity to accure clothing cheajicr than
ever boforo oirercd in thli market.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
.Ntw Time Tble.
On and after 13:30, p.m., Sunday, 1W.
lib, tho following timti tablit will govern
tho arrival and departure of passonger
tralni at Cairo :
Mail train leaver at 3:40 a.m.
Expres, " at 3:.10 p.m.
t. LouW and Cairo Kxprc. .a
loaves n t l'.'-'O ii-io.
AccomuHkltttlon leaves at... 12:30 p.m.
Mail arrive 2 05 u.ni.
Kxprcs arrive 1'2:2. p.m.
St. Louia and Cairo Exprets
arrives : p.m.
Tho IhU named train leave St. LouW at
10:30 a.m. Trader can leave Cairo ut l-.-'O
a.m., reach St. Loula at 7:25 a.m.,
n tho city threo hour, and return
Cairo at 4:4.1 p.m., tlo sumo day.
Tho 12:30 acoommodation and Cairo and
St. Louis oxpreta leavod"ilyj all others
leavo dally except Sundays.
Way paisongers should bear in mind that
the p.m., train makes only four stop
pings between Cairo and Contralia, viz:
Jonesbcro, Carbondaln, Du (Juoln nnd
Ashley. Tho 12:30 p.m., train stops r.t all
the stwtloiualong tho route.
. dnelltr Agent., Cairo.
Jam hh Oabb and Willlnm Itappcr wero
both nent to jail live dnys for being drunk.
The moU iinmltlgatedly dlsagrcable day,
ilncu tho advent of thy New Year, wn
FfVK bundled hhds of tugar arrived at
thli port the beginning of tho week, part
of which 1 still lying on the lovci, waiting
Oeoiioe "Wki.do.v returnwl yesterday
from Joliet. Ho safely lodged three can
didates from Cairo In tho penitentiary.
He reports that there nro at prcfent 13C3
convicts In tho penitentiary.
John S. Prick was arretted by Shcchati
for carrying concoalod weapons. Squiro
Shnr.ncssy lined him $2.00. IJelns just out
of the commodity known as funds, he loft
his revolver as security for the amount.
Hlitk Link. Tho following aro tho
present rates of freight from Cairo to Now
York, per liluo Lino:
Pint CUaa :.2 31 1 Fourth Clai f 1 r2
Heeonil Clue . 1 M I Hiieolal uaai .1
Thir l Cla 1 M j
Tiik Kitchk.v O.UK.ex. In all lioue
holds, wherever used, tho .Charter Otk
Stovo I the domestic queen. Hmllcsand
good nature pervndo her kingdom, and her
tubjects aro always froo from family jars
and kitchen disturbance. jan25dawlt
1'at Huoiies was arrested by Shichan
foa disturbing the peace. He went Into
Charley William' (colored) houie, and
amused hi mielf by kicking about the fur
niture. Ills sport was Interrupted by
Sheehau. He was fined 3.00 and sent to
Jail 10 day.
Diisu. At his residence, America, III.,
January 25th, Capt. Namn Kohey, aged
fl! years 8 months. Funeral tervice at St.
I'eter' Church, Mound City, at half.pait
lOo'cUck, to-day, Thunday.
Cincinnati Commorclal and St. Louis
IVmncrat plcato copy,
Lobt. A until vroll-woro pocket book,
containing about $60 In greenback. Onoof
tho bills was SSQ, and was torn In two
plscM near tho middle. Tho book was
loit between 4 o'clock and 7, yesterday
afternoon, 2Mb imt. The finder will bo
llberolly rewarded by leaving It the Mag.
i.olla saloon. It
Cairo and NAsiiYir.Li:. Tho adver
tlimunt of tho Cairo and Nashville lino of
tteamer appears in our columns this
morning. The Taliman, Tyrone and
Lumadvn aro officered by experienced and
gentlemanly river men, and the agent of
the line, Hlggt and Mallory, 72 Ohio
Levee, are obliging and accommodating.
YciTiniur, wo enjoyed ths plcaiuro of
a visit from our est-fned friend, Colonel
Martin, of the l'adutah Jientuckian, a
Journal with which many of our cltltcn
aro familiar. With tho aid of hi talented
aunt, Colonel Martin lias tnad tbo h'tn
tuekinn a paying and Influential nowipa
per. Tho Colonel wa en route for Wash
Tue Elkctiok. "Wo publlih Clerk
Drown' ollicial notico of tho pending
charter election. It will bo seen that all
the tents In tho Select Council mutt bo
tilled. Dr. Arter, tho only remaining
memlxtr, having determined to not aland
fa.t when hit colleague have abandoned
their pott. A Utile experience at n city
ollicial gee a long wnyt with any teniiblu
yfy Tho member of DelUr Lodge,
No. A. F ifc A. M. aro hereby notified
that a special meeting will bo held at
Masonic Hull, Thuwday evening, Jan. 2'i,
at 7 o'clock, for tho Installation of ofllccrs
and work. All member am requeited to
bo present. Vl.lllng brethren cordially
Ily order of tho W. M.
Jan2.".-2t JKWETT WILCOX, Soc'y.
ItiVEB FucinuT. Freight to Memphis
have been Increased, and to Now Orleans
lowered. Tho following table give tho
rut to leth citiea t
Kfi.tn fair" n.
.'iiro t ?
Kl ur, i-r hbl. I Jo I .'41 1 C.ial Oil, per l.
Hay, (lerton...1 (ai'k 'Totiai'to peril
oiii iera... vjt a .i.oiion, mtii..
Oata, Nroul. ITS -Til I l.oml--r,'r .M
I'tatoe., er L 2V i' l.mnlier, loo.ei
Apple., l erb. 2 01 lle.iy frt Ml
fork, .erb..,. Wl Ti' I.ikIu !rl-cl
WM.ky.pert... 74,1 V., I
At tho opening of tho court ymterday
morning, Judgo Ureju, in tho case of KII
zabeth Hutchlnsoa vs. The Illinois Con
tra 1 Itnllroad Compuuy, entered amotion
for a new trial.
In tho cu.o of Samuel Walter vs. Uitac
jr. Warwick Mechanic' Lien, Judgo
Greon for defendant entered t motion to
quah tho writ upon tho ground that it
ran In the old form provided by tho con
stitution of 1848, whereas tho new consti
tution providos that all procoss (hall tun :
" Me nam of tht ptoplc of ih State oj
Illinois." 8. V. Wheolor, Esq., appeared
fortho plaintiff. Somo timocgo Mr. Har
man called tho attention of aUornov to
tho language of tho constitution, but, is
tuey conolndcd that there was "no point"
in it, preferred to have tho writ run In
tho old form, und for that rcawn tho rorb
ago was not changed.
Tho caioof tho heirs of James Itoudu v.
Timothy Coakley wa called for trial.
Judgo Allen for plaintiff and S. P. Wheo
lor for defendant. This caso wa on trial
when tho court adjourned. Attornoy aro
anxlou to dispo.0 of a great many long
itandlng rase during tho present term.
lilting bwts and sh'i,.. nt
Goto Kwell Si Jhcob, and sou I.ootiard
& Co' Improved Urnm Jot Lump, which
can bo used in everv manner about the
house. They cannot bo broken. No
chimneys to break, no danger of explosion.
Can be used with Aurora oil or (Iniolino 1
A It. K. Aoe.vt. Tho heartless wretch
who swindled an old traveler out of hi j
money the other day, represented himself j
nta railroad agent. Thesteatnboatinfnnnd
agents wero very kind to tho old man.
Capt. Good, a whole-souled man, muster of
tho itcamcr Lumsdcii, took tho destitute ,
eld mun and family on board his boat and ;
boarded thorn freo of chargo for overal
day; und Sol. Silver and lUggs and .Mal
lory, who never stund back when real chn-
rlty nppeals to them, contributed and col- j
lected money enough to end the unfort'in-
ato people to their dcUination in Tennc'C" t
SitooTityi ok Mrs. Hr.itnv. We have
ascertained from Dr. Dunning, tho at
tending turgeon, tomo f the piirtictil.tr
of tho wounding of Mrs. l'erry, of Goose
hliitid, by one of her sons. The young
man was taking tho lock from n shot-gun
lomlcd with slugs, and had raised the ham
mer to half-cock,- being unawnro of tho
fact that the nipplu wa capped. While
In tho art of withdrawing one of the screws,
tho hammer descended, exploding tho cap
ami discharging theloid. Unfortunately,
Mr. Horry was standing In front within
a fow feet' of tho mti.'.r.lo nf tho gun and
roeclvod tho entiro chargo in htr thigh
Tho wound inlllctod Is most crlou, and
tho Doctor Is of the opinion that it it
mortal. Tho young man, who wua tho In
nocent cnii'o of this doplorublo accident,
is almot distracted, nnd I entitled to as
mitchcomniisoratlon nliuoit nt hit mother,
who now lies in agony upon nhat, in all
probability, will prove her death-bed.
Ma pik Twain's Watch. My beautiful
new watch had run eighteen months
without losing or gaining, and without'
breaking any part of It machinery, or
topping. I had como to believe It in
fallible in Its judgments about tho time of
dy, and to consider Its constitution and
anatomy imperishable. Hut nt last,, miu
night, I let It run down. I griovtd nbotit
it as If it wero n recognized mos.unger
and forerunner of calamity. Uutliy-and-by
I cheered up, set tho watch by guos.
and commanded my boding and super
lllion to depart. NU day I stepped
Into the chief jnwoller to tet it by the
exact time, and tho head of tho establish
ment took it out of my hand and proceeded.
to et it for me. Then ho ud, "She it
four minute slow regulator need push
Ing up.'1 I tried to top blm tried to
make hltn understand that tho watch kept
perfect time. Hut tio;all this human cabbago
could ten war.thut the watch was four min
ute tlow, sad tho regulator must do
pushed up a littlo; and to, wMlu I danced
around him In anguish and besccchod him
to let tho watch alone, he calmly and
cruelly did tho shameful deed. My watch
began to gain. It gained fatter and fatcr
day by day. W ith tho week it ilckened
to a raging fever, and It pulto went up to
a hundred and fifty , In tho shade. At tho
end of two month It had left all tho t'mtr
pieces of the town far in the rear and was
a fraction over thirteen day ahead of tho
almanac. It wataway Into November en
joying the snow, while tho October loaves
still wura turning. It hurried up house
rent, bills pnyublo, (but before I go any
further let moU-g of you to go around and
pay Davidson in Cairo, if you owo him
anything, for ho needs uvery dollar duo
hluiiand such things, In such a ruinoue
way that I could not abide it. 1 Unk it to
tho watchmaker to 'ho rcgulatud. Hu
nsked me if I had over had It repaired.'
I mid no. It had liovcr neiMcl any re
pairing. Ho looked it look of vicious
hupplncii and .eagerly pried the wuteli
open, then put u mal! dl..lix into his
oyo und pcurol Into It ii.ut'iiincry. Ho
mid it wutl oliituing ii ml oiling, le.'sido.
regulating como in a week. Alter being
cleaned, nnd olbsl. and regulated, my
watch slowed down to that decree llut it
tlekcd lij;c u tolling bull,. I fvp-.n I bo
left by train, I failed nil appointment. I
got to missing my dinner: my watch
atrurig out threo days' gruci to four, uul
let mo gotoprotcil; I gradually drifted
back into yesterday, tho diiy before, then
Into Inst week, and ly-uiiil-by the cwnpro
honiioti camo upon juiith.it nil solitary und
nlono I was lingering along In week t-t fore
lat, and tho world was out of sight. 1
seemed to detect In myself n fort of meak-
Ing fueling for the mummy In tho mui-1
um, and n ueIre to ewnp news with him.
1 wont to it watchinitbtr again. Hu took
tho watch nil to piece whilu 1 waited
and thou said the barrel was "wollad.'
l!o 'aid ho could ro'lui'o Uln threo ds.
After till tho watch iiwif well bui
nothing more. 3'r half n day it would
go like tho very mt.chiof, and keep up
such a burking, and wheeling, und
whooping and sueer.ing, und
that I could not bear rnvjalf think fortho !
iliiturbaiicu, ami a lung n It Ije'd
thoro wus not 'ti .watch In thu land that
stood any clianiu tigntiiat it. Hut tho
roat of thu day it would keep ou lowing
down and fooling along until all thu
clocks it bud left buhiud.cuught tip.tgaln.
So utlast at tho end of twenty-four hours,
u wcum trot up to ino juugo staiui nil
right and jtut oil time. It, wouhl bhow u
fair and njuaro average, und no mun
cojtld say 1 had done morovr Ju3J than Its
duty, llut a correct avuriig'o Is only u
mild vlrttto In a watch, and I took this
instniiiiMiit to another watchmaker, llo
aid tho kingbolt was broken, (and that
puts mo In mind that Davidson fcocp
WHgon, wheolbarrowi, farm mnohlnruy,
plows and hnrdwnro). I "aid I wua glad
pliiin truth, I
hud no idea
, did not chooifl t. nppenr Ignorant to a
I Urnngtr. He repair! tho kingbolt, but
what the watch gained In one way it lost
in another. It would run uwhllc, then
stop awhile, and run awhllo ugun, Bnd no
on, using Its own discretion about ww n.
tervnl. And every time, it went oB it
j kicked buck llku u musket. I padded my
i breast for a few days, but finally took tho
watch toanothcr watchmaker. Ho picked
it all to pieces, Bnd turned tho ruin over
and over under hU glas; and then ho
said there appeared to bo something tho
matter with tho hair-trigger. Ho fixed it,
and gave it a fresh start. It did well now,
except that alwaya at ten minutes to ten
tho hands would shut together liko a pair
of sciMors; fund that reminds mu that
Dnvid'on tells sciMors, table and pocket
cutlery, shelf hardware,) and froji
that tltna forth thoy would travel
! together. Tho oldost man In tho
world could not mako head or tall of tho
j time of day by such u watch, and so I
j wont again to have tho thing repaired.
Thi person said that tho crystal hud got
i bent, and that tho maiiipring was not
'straight. Ho also remarked that part of
the works needed half-soling. Ho
mndo these things all right, and
then my tlmcpieco porformcd tinox
ceptlonnbly, tavo that now and then, after
working along quietly for nearly eight
hours, everything insldo would let'.fjb all
of n sudden and begin to bur.r. liko a bec,
and llm hands would straightway begin to
spin round nnd round so fast that their in.
dlviduality was lost completely, und they
simply seemed a dolicato spider's web over
thu face of tho watch. Sho would reel off
tho next twenty-four hours In six or seven
minute and then slop with a bang. I
went with a Heavy ncart to one moro
watchmaker, and looked on while ho took
her to piece. Then I prcparod to cross
question him rigidly, for this thing wai
getting orlous. Tho watch had cost two
.hundred dollar originally, und I (corned
to huvu paid out two or threo thousand for
repairs. W hilo I waited and looked on, I
presently recognized in this watchmaker
an old ncqualntnnce a steamboat engin
eer of other days, and not a
good engineer either. Ho exam
ined nil tho parts carefully, just
at tho other watchman had done, nnd then
delivered his verdict with tho s.tmo confi
dence of manner.
"Sho makes too much steam you want
to hang the nionkoy-wrench on tho safely
valvol -' I brained him on tbo spot, and had htm
buried at my own expense
My Undo William (now deceased, alas I)
used to suv that a good horto was a good
horto until it had run away once, and that
& good watch was u good watch until tho
tf pair era got u chanco at it. And he used
to wonder whut becuma of all tho untuc
ccssful tinkers, and gunsmiths, and shoe
makers and bluckamtths: but nobodv
could over tell him.
Arrnt I llo.,
lln'irt .'llteliel. ..('lueinnatt
lroiiidi .....m fittsburg..
yi '4ste Kinrilie. .
1. 1 Oray ..UmiSTllle
.Marr Umialon Ixulissillo ....
.New Orle I,
. ...Nevr Urliuas,
MLiiue .. .
i no wuuiiier yostorilny wut about nt
itnv'omrortnblu as could well bj imrtgined,
bolng void, gloomy and wot. Heavy ruin
fell, with but slight lntormlslon, from
about 1 a.m. until our report clo.cd, and
! .t. .
i no miiiiiiriuurj reuuiuiM un uy at anout
Tho xwt rino about three feut morn
during the 21 hours ending at dark lil
Tho MlisUslppi ii about stutiouury at
St. Louis, with four mid it hulf foul or
perhaps five feut In thu channel to that
city. No n'lis.ol'iMiiscqtioiiuy U rcporfixl
nbsive St. Louis. Tho rain of yeierd.iy
fell ns snownt St. LouW, nnd will make a
rito only in cute tha weather turns warm, j
jno unto is Lining iro:n fiitiijurg to
J.vnn.vlllo with lour lent at riltsburg und j
tlx feet six Inchw In tho chut j over tho
tho fall. Thoro i Inn feet to I.ouUvillo :
and fourteen feet below Cairo. I
llutlnei was not so good vit"rilrty, ius 1
thu ruin iuterfurod with tho inovumottt of
..i.i. .i... .
freight. No person, who could poniblv
avoid It worked out iif door iu tho cold
and dlsugroeublo Weather of VPSterdaV. I
Thu Dottor will got UWay for Now t
Orleans ut tin curly hour this morning i
with 200 ton cool and fully 800 ton
sorted freight Including ' many heud gf j
lock. Sho alio hu u film ii.tssiiu.Voe lUt. ,11 '
Thu St. I.ukn wa iIuIhIiii..! until v.,tt.,r. 'i
..... I : r i.i.. ' i. '
. "i AAV; ' 'VV",L"J "'. ,n""f'
received Mi) toiuuorufor .MomphU mid
.... ..... ...
'I'Iia f liilnl.S.... .1 1.1 ....I a .....II .
' "" n,..s.i ..on. ...
I .'.I,,..'. ...;ln,., .. ........I.... 1
-i".' jiflivii.wj liivioio oyuij
y largo way business. Shu
0llt!2.'k wheat for Cairo miller, & tons
... , I IS "aril HOHI'IIM ...) "
Virf4 t,orP'"rol 01 consignees, 100 ,liait(,ll)U( r.itruii.cue,illeiwitt t. g.neral
tkaponnutJ 125 b'.llus hootlngs, 10 butts i debility, and nerouili-rilcr, a no other pre
tobacco for roihipment south. juration ht e.er Imparled. To.dty. while i (he
., , , ,, ... , , . eve ot the reader nre Upon the-o lines, ten Ol
curly four million ot bushels of , u',uuauU- of i ron of both eexes t rvly iiig
ioui loft l'iltaburgon tho present rise. (If XCf
.1.!,, .1 mi i i .i.... n.... 1. 1..... 1 ,.,i..i,u...J. Ine local 0
iins tiiuru wiu uuu iiiiiiivii nun uiiiiiis um l
., ., , , , v i ue...
itiuu.uiui uusuuis.ior iuiy vmunus, uis,s
thousand bushula for Ytcksburg, tnventy
thousand bushel for Nashville. Tho ro
muinder'was for Cincinnati, Louisville,
Cairo and point along the Ohio.
A negro deck hand from thu McGlll,
whoso homo U iu Missouri only u short
ii. . r i. . I, ,iv
distancu Irom Cairo, returned liotnoa day
or twongo, und reports that ho saved Mm-
S)II liy Homing usiiorti on ;i uuium oniu
und uw many skill, in tho river, picking I
up floating freight, and paying no atten
tion to cries for help from drowning per
sons perishing with cold in tho river.
Aftor ho reached shore, thro men In a
sklfftowed n hugo trunk to within ten
foot of tho bank, whero it ran a ground.
Thoy ordered him to wndo In and pull it
ashore, threatening his life in caso ofro-
fusal. Ho pulled it out for thorn, when
thov told him to "ntko himself scarco"
r ulse "thoro would bo ono moro nigger
losn.y tho burning of the McGlll."
inolon,jcj discharged 70 tons iron
and nails foi Cairo.
TUB a.EOr: OK XATjff.K.
Torpor Is tha eharacterlatie of winter
Utlon dies or fails Into a statu of trane, th
whole aapeot of Inanimate, naturn teacrte, ui that
there, la a paraly ting lnfluenoe;tn the air, and ouiht
to teach ua that our bodies require nn Inerea.e of
Tittl power to contend with It. Homo ol even
lhearm.bloVled animal bury tliemielte,in the
ea'th and remain In a itate of partial stupefaction
unlit the eaon Is our, and tha elixir of tho
ipriDg sunshine stimulates their ataj;nant Mood,
nd reatores their rigor, llut man, although li
fiela the Influenei of the seaaon, can protect him
elf against it inclemency. Ho ha fuel to warm
him externally, andean tone and strengthen lilt
Internal orfanltitlon and endow It with the ei.
trajamonnt of vitality which tho clrcnmntmices
require. Of all IntlRiranls that hare erer been
recommended forthla purpose, Ilottter't Stom
ach Hitters I the purest and beat. Fortified by
the daily moot thi wholesome vegetable tonl
thehuniin system maydefy thechlll and damps
of winter in any latitude. Ita effect Is to promoto
a brisk and regular circulation of the blood, and
activity in all Ihoseeretiro orns. Without the
slllthteit tendency to produce lerer, It imparts
healthful glow to the turf no and stimulate the
etterior resteltto discharge, In the form of gen
tin perspiration, the uaele milter eliminated
Irom the blood. Thus the system Is kept un
c'ogged. Ferorand ague, biliousness and Initl
geatlnn an I colic, all of which aro th common
continences qf tho aearchlng dTp and low
tenif-erature of winter, may be arotde.t (as well
as cured) by acoureol this genial tonio nnd al
UATCIIELOR'H HAIR UVE,
Thi superb Hair tlyn is the itst ti rnt Woilo
Perfectly tUrraless, Iltllahle and lostantaneout.
No disappointment. No I'.ldiculoua Tloti or L'u
ptsastnt Olor. The genuine IV. A. lutchelor't
Hair Dye proJuces IMMKIUATKLY a splendid
Illsck or natural Hrown. f)oe not ."tain ln
tikln, hut leatet tha flair Clean, Uoft aad Jleauti
ful. Th! only. ufi and ferfect Dye.
Fold by all Druggleli. Factory IftUond Htrect.
SitwYerk. Jasjtt d,odwly
Cltf ClerV Offle.
Cairo, HI,, January 'iO, 1171.
Notice la hereby given, that there will boa gen
eral charter election held
ON THLKHDAY ma Sth ptv or FKIIHL'ArtY,
A, 11. 171,
In tha City of Cairo, in the county of Aleiauder,
In the main of Illinois, Ur the mr-ou of elect
ing A Mayor,
A City Clerk.
A City Treasurer,
A City Attorney, and
Hi Menilwr of the Seloet CiMiniil, a lollnaa:
Ono Member from the Flr.t Ward,
One Member from the heoml Ward,
One Member from th Third Want,
no .itetniier irom in rourin warn, ann
lo Momlr from the City.al.ljirge.
ono Member of the Hoard of Aldermcu from
the Fir.t Ward.
Three Member of tin name Irom the Socund
On Member ol the same from ih Third
Two Meinta-rs n( the aim fiom the found
foil Hill bo opened In this dlllereul ard a
In lh" first Ward, at the office formerlr known
n MeKenti A .i,', ooriUT ot ."ixth utref I and
w u.huigtun avenue;
lu the r-et-ont Ward, nl thu engine house of the
Aniti Kir t'oiuimny j
lu the Third U'nid. lulho llilrnlan Fire Com.
tuui a engine Louse, near Hie corner of Iiielflh
atreet and Coiumerrlal nrenite:
iu um roiirin tsaru, at irii'vniiit-hoii.e.
I'otl will be opened nt ! oV"fl M.tn., and
rinsed at ilo el.irk n in. .of a.ild '.'"Hi ihivnf rehril
ry, A. I. 171. JNli. HKOIVN, I'lly CIiTk.
CAIUO AND NASHVILLE
Tin- l'illoslng steamer leave Cairn
l oll NKHVIi.l.i:
oil ihe day una1 at Hie dour btlow.naineil
TA L1S.M AN, Every Monday at .1 p.m.!
TYItONK, Every Thursday, at 5 p.m.!
- I.U.MSDKN, Hvery Haturrlay, nt n p in.
Kflr ..,, or ,, ,..; 01, or ,
HIGGS A MALI.Ol'.Y,
Jaifi'Tiifl ' ' ?a OHIO I.KVKF..
Ktalilihi'd fiv l are silent nrgmueiil uhirh
neither p.-n nor U'iit,no ran Minki1. and It l upon
s-.tabliaheilfn-i that Iherepulatloiinf lloslf tter'a
Sloinaefi Hitters, as a health. preserving ellxll,
n l a s iIs...iii un.l puMerful leiuniy, u ltl.
When iine..e i-uin. tnrnrd ui i roiuls, jfar
alter jiar. aud ielt. ri the . laleiueuts in
relation to the beneflaml rlf. cl. of a medleini'
I"UI IhemseUee, pfls'lllf IU)V tttli"'T I St a-r
nl.y Impo-slMi.. The i'i.leiit'ilU of this uneqiml
I'd I'lnio andilterttivt.. etttudltuiiver a oriod
lid neirl) osei.ty year, imdul.- indlvhliiAl of
' ,.Vl,rv, .u , r.idein, of etc yili ,udre.
. fer tu the my, preialentaioiuig thu eoinplaint
'. i ,.i ...i i.. ...... i... i... '.,ll.. Pill,.
1 llU'll Mine . "ii iii 1 ......
,o,.U.alraiir to e.nh other.
hBVU ,,nim'lv been seUol with mt in.nie und
mitnele ilelrHlo ilecoisilhe public, or Hot.
''";'' ? .,o n !
men ..v..v w--,,,-.
' ... ii... in it. slea.1. are everv
Hli.ru meellpst Ihe f ii thl i "V. J"Jln "' wi
liiilHiltir. while Ihe dfiiwiid f"r tho great vege.
The pirtoorshlp heretofore, exuding belween
the uiideraigned, In the practice of law, I this
I day ilittoUnl by mutual eonaent. Kitherone of
'ltlJ,e ,lrm of Alien, Webb liuller it author,
le. ito ai-Ulo up uy unnni.hed bu'iuj of the
II. WATSON WmUl,
I., f. lll'TI.IIK.
Jiiiuurv 17, lsl lnlS7ldaulw
At a rule, the perfumes now in use have no pert)
nuneney. 'An hour or two after thalr use, there
notr-:ool perfume left. How tilth-rent Is tha re
enlt aucceodlng the ue of Murty and Lanman'
Florld. Water. D-iya after Its application Ihe
handkerchief exhales a mot delightful, delicate
nd agreeable lianrance, martdeodly
nr. scf.'.vt A- .tuyitrs coxsuxn
rirrs rn ao to l'l.vniDA l.v
IUTijir..rtlm lut thlrtr-fiTayorsd.vettd my
wliolntlnia and ausnllvu t.tlhs sig.ir of lont die
ease, an t coninmptlun, 1 fisl that I umlsritarsl
fall th. course lliatvutttto I pariuM torteioie
a toltrtbly ti.td raio ifitlt-ase-t inmt to htalihr
aoundncsk 'I lie Cr.t and uh-si trnDortint stsp i
firlhet'lll-nt t armd tikln ewl.lt andtheleit
i.f alt place on tblici-ntlncnt for thli pnrfvir, in
vrlnler, II t'lnriila, welt dosm In tht Mtau.whste
Hie Innperalural regular, and not inhjtct to inch
Mrtilli.ii. a. In more nutihcra liutuip. I'tlttka
la a point I cm reconimfnd. A rood hot. II. kept
there I r I'aleiuiaik I A it Inter 1 taw atstral per
mns there whose I antra had Uen l.aitlrdlwawd, t.ot
stln), un.lertlio hralin4 Inllil-nctcr tLaclnuauan t
rame.licln, were cettlni well.
One liundred miles farther ilosm the riser It
r'si.tsthicri I woulj prefer t- I'alatka, as tl.s tsm-
I. -rsureismnre eren, and the alrdryan-1 tracing
Mill -nslllo and Kntirprlao are lnrutr.t thert. 1
saouM mtaniieetdeil prrrrrenco to Jltllonvlllei It
Jatai. milei tnrii river nrl.ike. and lt.Minialmo.t
lSIVi,,Ut' iur M there. The UMe.lnriondi
m .lit t.j u,ur, 1M patient! cmnUM at Uidmi
ff mi1.?." ""' "n,as tilndleairt n retam cf
tt,.i LW.' !L' ' tte caw-, tliey rvneraU
j. V?!n" ,1'i',l"nt'.tunrraiat1iesl.
.."S, tr"-'. 'iem tme, and many
fi mi. 1 "Ji ,M rtrt.' i. can I aari
ly ri-ciimrn rs 1 t to e r,iuint.ilss tiissintrr. Sir
fiJV.niat'.' nrvu " m"",; "
l ie 1 1 UKO c t th -a nun m rs ttaetaj Is a le.a
n tei.il rr..ture and It Is re.t i.c eiury t tay.
that. sihtienei nsumptisarr -nti, ..Jmnwlf
to fre.jucnt c . Is. lis I. cu,n t.j oui ihortlri
therefoi my a lslee Is, tn well ,!, imtthe- -tala.
eut ertha r. trprevarin eisis. n-'.s ar..t fit!
Ja..jiin,K . ,,r aluv-stanyi.ihir ruw iitalttisa
Ihasentninl.silll Lcneat tlioo situ, arc t jutted
jsiihatotplJ User, aills-inlersdi'.oir.a'ih.iterines.t
tsiivcU, B(0! thTi-al.a rr iulii h ., r .rlhus nhus
lun.s are itlsiasid, aluora southern I-nnt l ear
For fllWii earprlr to I'd, Isra, rrrfeuifn
ally in w s ,-rk, lloslcn. . re. ail I'tiltadat
Jhla every weik, sshern I mis and eaam.ned &n aa
aierJ.-n rite lumlnd pAllfn-.s nwrek. A prtctlc
Metrn.ie,imi rineer I -sltlothnsiriuni
iliv..Mj, In. er.iLled tul tJ ui -rtianJ thaillseiM
rullyt and h- net r.iy eautli 11 1 1 regard to nunc
enld. A p rsui nuy tak. stil euintltles cf
""chenek's Pnlmenio yn.i, a- .-..ed Ionic, and
Mtn-lrake l'illi,' thi ja c... 11 i.j Cul lut tsvU
In riorWs, nearly vfrylw.1r I u-js; .hsnek't
JltnJrik. I'lllat for thg eliui -1 I mere lltelr
to rrujuci bilious haMis thin ti " nnnhern lau
tuj.s. It It a wll-estaUMie,t f. t, Uut nausea
of Florida rarely dm ur consur in. esfseially
ihost s.f tho southern pirt. on 1 other haul, la
ew tnrlanl. ine-tlilrJ.t least litis iHipalitloa
d.eof lies terrltle iliseas. In e' MlJJIe Mstss.
Udminrdpresallaolarselrt s - then are man
tt,usandsofcses there. Wi-.isll psrceouis
of llf-i wnnld trissie.1 If e n .umpllvea were aa
eAillralannedl'ireitrdtoiik r s. lie. Ms a, they
ariao.utsiarl.tr. ttr.tnule. x,.c t Utthsara
n-itl th y tskn siuit tliey te .1 rt llttta cr.M. blta
they are ereduluti enoniU to tr,,et will sieir or
In a f.wilirs. lliey tayim ttitillen to It, an.t
L'rKelt U; the r-iuvtuon f r mother and tn
oil.er still, until th. luct are tUniutd Uyood a.1
Lot of cure.
ilr aturo to prrs.iM wtwM lurf art a."ctM,
errnallthtly, l.t i lay In .1 l.tk ef-clienek". I'u!
rmon.o 51 run, echenck'e rieawted I mte. tax
Schenek1. Man-lrake Pills, and rmoriorlJv 1 ro
taiiiindlhsesirilulartniti. 1(1. l-u. I art
tboruuiitilr acquainted wltli the.r action. I kiwi,
that, sstirratlieam iiseit Jn.lr tai ordsnce ssltrt
mr direcuons. they will do Ilia tsoelthal la r
culrrd. Tin. acenuiallshed, nature dl ituth. rt
It. t.liv.leiin who i-rsscnUs rr cold, ceuih, (.r
nJibf .weals, and then a Isises the patient M tie
or ride out t ivry ilir, will lea suro Whits a oor;s.
en hit hands before Ion. .... ,
ilr t lsnls, ta.ue m thra meXclaea In accord
ance Willi tho printed directions. eee-1 In s.imo
.set where a freer Uso or the Mandrake i n:. Ii
le ttarr. My ohjeet It, in five Sena In Hi. .toci
ath, U i up a moid ,-(., me. It I. alway. a
food nn wken p.ueni h,nus to trrow hun,Ty 1
haroliorw.uradcli. With .1 relish fur f-od. anl
tha iraOacalioii of that relish, cuuist iMtW.
and with It more ttetti, wlneli It closely rotlowt-l
Iv a lirallnnf tholune, tlieulhetouili gsn.
an.1 abatea.lli irret-u. chills and rlamuiy nuhl
.aeatt no Iotiv r pimtnte and anr. i, and tha
paiient tela w.lt.t raslilcd lit aveM. uktni cold.
how. ilietit aiu luiur r.ontuuitute sshj Bite
vtot the masna t-i 1-1 loYtorida. Utiaqutail-inniiy
I asked, I Oil 10 ID hope fir such I I Itain'
thcrels. Ily adtleo losuili Is, auiltterlaa lu,
to alar In a warm r-m dunn.' tho wlntsr, with a
tecu-erauir of about aetcnty il ire:t, whicii
tli-aildt-ekcrtrtriilarlyat thtt f nt tymean.if
atlmiomiur. 11 aucti a .ni .it uk. hu cter.
else wittnii tha limit er tho n -1 t-y sttlklna up
anddjwn as iniKlahla .mi i 11 v.,.1 1- - it. tit
enter to keen uuu heal Uiyilreuiallen 01 iho Moid.
I hava cuir.1 th "isui.il .y imssyitsui. .udcnJo
ri aisln. foniiimruoo la at etsily cure-l at any
itherd.sease.lf Itiataten In t,me.anl tho tropsr
kind of treatment Is j.ursuod. Jha f-el stands un
Cliiiuted on rtiord, thlt !i-lien'k- 1'ulsi-u.j
riyruii, Mandrako fills, ant aaeed Triio Lit
cured very many of what teemed to I hereleat
caae. of cousumi Hen. io here ) o-i III. yu wid
l alniiat certain to f nl a-trie -r cetuamftlij
win hat been reacucd truiuthtvcry Jis itdita
V'fif aTl'he Min.!rale rKts.are cencereed.
evervl'sljr tliouU keep iupplyj.r them in tun h
Theyacl on tho liter teller than calomel, ant
Irate m-no of luliurtfuleffeeu behind, la tact,
they art ticellent In all taset wheteapariaue
cusllcina I trqulred. If you has partaken lo-
fiecJy r fruit, and diarrlia a en.ue a, a do f the
Jtandrike. will curt you. If ou 1 are suhjentts
seek Lradaehr. ttkt a d-iso of tti ataiidrikM.an.1
thtrwlll rslieseyouii.twis hotira. If Jou wetil-t
c4ivtale too meet cl thans vf water, or tho too
tr tu lultcnce In fruit, taka - li i tha Mandrakes
iverynWht- and you may then drltik water, aud
at water-uietotts. pears, apples. pluma.pechet, or
com. without tht risk of U 11.4 luada tc Ij then.
T hey will protect thosa who lire lu damp suuauisia
ataiust chilla and fevers, try ihim. Itey are
perfivtlr harmless. TheyanuoyoiitttdoWy.
I h.se alanduned my eruesslonal tints to 11. a
Ion an.1 New York, tail esitln-i to paUeais at
inyome.Aoi, 14 -Will NlUiMrwl. I'WIidsljtila.
s vr Sstur Uf, frjm v. a x . l . r w. T ho w t
wish a Uwroutli c lamination w ith tho llaspiri ios l.r
will be ehtrtr-l Ete dollirt. The ltesplnratler
ilccl.rta tht eilcl condlllon ef Ik luuiii ai.l
patlenttran resdily lesm wheitnr ihey art cur
able or n-it Hull deair. It dlstiuetly uikUrstoo-U
thttlhetalue of my medicine, depend taiireiy
upon their hem.' taken etrlcuy acctfrduii to dirw
In ronclaainn, I will aay, thtt when peraonS
take uiy luedicoirt. and their a) stems ar. Lrou.U
iuio a fitalthy rmlltlen thereby, they are m l a
II. hln to 1. to rol-lt yet noon with diseased luru-s
ran bs-ar at sudden shaii4 of atm-siphere wlih-ut
trie liability if .reater orlea Irriutlou cf tht trur
Full ilirrctlona In all Itnnt.-et a'companytny.
niidiclnrs, so riplKlt nnd clear llm any on ci
os.t itirin without cori-ulUuf me, and cm t
hMiUt froht aay dru.'tiit.
J. II. Mciiusca, M I.
No. Ii VnU ti.xth S:rnt, I'hiltlph.'.
ilOD.V .1". 1USNJIV,
.i cm.i.Ki j: rutttv, .v:i" tomr,
m I'oi.i.-- vu: A(.i:.vr
A.T. STE WART5fe CO.
FOR THE UNITED STATER
.A. .) OIlSrSOaST
FOIli:iL. AND DOTll STIC
Nolloiir, CarfK'lH. vtv.
100 COn.nERCIAL AJE-NTK
A ilotlin of early in-bserction.eiin'liigrerrViU
deliilltv, premature diwy, eto., Iiaving trltl
ot-ry Hdii-rlis.-d reini-lv. Iitaaannp oi..-ans '
eelf-etire, wlin-li hutsill tend tree I- t' fello
Utlereri. Andrei d, II Tl TTLb,
uiaeodai'-m 7 Nassau St., I