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THE CAIRO BTJXjLETIHST, J".lfTTJA.K;"y 31.
for City Marihal.
We are niitliorlr.el to announco ANDItKW CAIN
si n candidate for the office of City Marshal, aiil
J et to the decision of the Democratic party,
We nre authorised to nnnounce tlit 1IKNHV T.
MAKTINwill be a candidate for the office of City
Maralm), at tlio enmltiK charur elation, tub
jret to the decision iif tbe Democratic party.
V are authorised to announco l'AUL W,
ALLLN Man Independent candidate for the offlre
of Cltjr Mar.hal, subject only to ttio decision of
" the people, td
For City Clerk.
At Hie reiuet of m.ny friends, I am a candl
late for tho onVo of City Clerk, aubjwt tothe de
rliionof tht Democratic party.
HT1LL IN THE VIKLV.
We aro authorised lo announce the name of J
Tt TIIOMAH a acandidate for the olllce of City
Clerk at the nnatilng municipal election. Id
Cite Clerk'a OrtV-e.
Cairo, 111., January , 1171.
Notice la hereby K'n. that there will be (gen
eral cnarter election nei'i
ON TUEHDAT Ml th ut or FKIiat'ART,
A, LI. Ii7l,
In ll.e City of Cairo, In tin- county of Alexander,
in inn diioi iiiinuia, wr ine purpose ui timi
A City Clerk,
A Cltjr Tretrarer,
A City Mtrthal.
A Cltr Attoraer. and
hit Member nf the Helccl Council, aa follow, i
one .Member rrorn uie nm m,
One .Member from the Hecnnd Ward,
One Member from the Third WerJ,
One Member from the Fourth Ward, and
Two Memberi from the Ciiy-alLarge.
A I no-
One Member of the Hoard of Aldermen from
the rimt ward,
Three Member, of tho name Irom the rWond
One Member ol the ram from the Third
Two .M.mbrr. of the aanin from the Fourth
I'olli wilt he opened In the dtflrrenl ward at
In the f lrt Ward, at the office formerly known
uMctitniioa -.', corner 01 rnxwi treet and
Waililnvton arm tie t
In the Heeond Ward, at the engine bou.e of the
In the Third ward, in the Hibernian Fire Com.
pany'a engine home, near the corner of Twelfth
.ireeianu tnimnertiai arenue;
In the Fourth Ward, at thecouit-home.
Toll, will rw opened at o'clock a.m., and
ciuieu ei i o cioca p.m.mi eaiu xm oay 01 rei.ru
art, A. I). 1171. JMO. BKOW.N, City Clerk.
HMYTH & CO.,
Alto, keep conalantlj on hand a most com
plete stock of
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
P, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
We are agent' tor J. Beid A Co.'. Celttrate
We .ell eicluilrely for Caah, to which tact wt
Irmte the attention of clone bargain buyer..
Hjiylal attention altea to filling order.
i6Q THE MOTE."
H. M. HULEIM
Hah Keraored to lilt Old Staa
U Commercial Avenue
Whereheaollcilt a continuance of patronage,
hi. formercu.to mera, a. wtll aa lliel of aa man
at one. aa may want prime grocerlee, provi.ioo.y
el'"., remarkably cheap for caah.
Terma t btrlclly caah, for which be will tell
nwer than the loweal. it'll
A.T.STE WART& CO.
FOR THE UNITED STATES
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Notions, Carpet, etc.
100 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
OAIKO AND NASHVILLE .
The following steamers leave Cairo
ou the days and at tho houra below.oaroe J
TALISMAN, Every Monday at 6 p.m. J
TYRONE, Every Thursday, at 5 p.ra.j
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, nt 6 p.m.
For Freight or 1'iueago apply on board, or to
BIGOS & MALLORY,
jMrti'Tlir 7 OHIO LEVEE.
. . . .
NEWS OF THE 077,
Every Dotnocratle voter should register
to-day. Hoard of registration will nit In
each ward of the city.
In tho First Ward,at McKonzlu' htm.
bcr yard office. Hoard: Henry Lnttnor,
Jame Oorland nnd T,S'. H. .Splllcr.
In the .Second "Ward, nt the Arab engine
houe. Jloard, K. W. Jludcr, L. IJyrnc,
and A. Eichhnck.
In tho Third AVard, nt tho Hibemiini
engtno liouno. Hoard, Jolm H. Kochlcr,
Ino. L. Ilarmnn and .Ino. (J. "White.
In tho Fourth Wnrd, nt tho Court
IIouo. Hoard, (leo. H. Scnco, Ifcnry
Mcclcalf and R. Fitzgerald.
Tcniuiit the flnt party of the Delta
Club will be given. Ticket $2 00.
Flock Cholco Family Flour In bbl
half bbl., lack, ice, for tale at tho Egyp
tian Mill. uu
Ir you want a good, ttyllsh and well
fitting tultof clothe, mndo to order, you
nimt go tj I'. Nelf, No. VJ Ohio Levio.
Tub AurokaOil rwulre a ditferont
burner from that which It uicd with coal
oil. Ak for tho Sun-tiitiL-o burner, which
it the bct In use. Hold by Ewcll A .Jacob,
05 Ohio Levev.
Tiik Kitciie.v Quken. In all home.
hold, wherever ued, tho Charter Oak
Stovo 1 the domettic queen, fiuile and
gool nature pervade her kingdom, and her
ubjectii are ulway free from family jar
and kitchen ditturbance. Jan'JSdawlt
LansIjk.v. Wo publlh thl morning
an announcement of Mr. John M. I.unj.
don, who announce himself a u candidate
for City Attorney. Mr. Lantden hn filled
thooffice during the patt year to the latlt
faction of the public. Ho it a good lawyer
and a clever gentleman.
Taiich Ukothkka, 83 Ohio Levee, will
ueroafter keep conitantly on hand, direct
from the Kattern manufacturer the very
but wlntor (trained purilled iperm oil, for
(owing machine, and all line and light
machinery. Thi oil ha never yet been
uperccded by any of the manufactured
oil, a it newrgumt or I affected by tho
A Nkw Hook. Mrt Vandervcnter Is
the agent of a new and attractive book
entitled tho Wondcrt of tho "World, com
prlting itartllng Incident, interesting
iccnc and wonderful event in all coun
trie, all ace and amonir all people It
contain over one thountnd illuatration
The book I told only to ubcr!ber.
Mr. Vandervcnter will cnnvni tho city
during the pretent week.
Thr meat market of Gayer & Co., at the
lorner of "Wathington nvonuo and Tenth
ttrect, I one of "lntitutlon" of the city.
It I not only abundantly tupplled with
thubeJt of pork, beef, veal, mutton lamb,
nuage, etc., but It preent nn tiir of
clcanlinc and order that I rarely teen In
cttablithmcnU of like character.
(Saver A: Co. havo had muiiy year e.x-
itcrlcnca at butcher, and hava long ngo
learned that ituyt bettto keep lino moat
mid command llrt-cliii cuttom. tor
X'holca menu, therefore, cut In ,a neat nnd
ikillful manner, goto '-Iho rooploi.Mont
Jlarket," preiidwl over by Oliver A- Co
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Nv Tliun Tiiltlc.
On and aftor 12:30, p.m., Sunday, Dec.
4th, tho following time tublu will govern
the arrival nnd departure of patoonger
train at Cairo:
Mail train leave at 3:40 a.m.
Exprcst, 11 at 3:30 p.m.
,St. Loul and Cairo Exprc
leave at l:-0 a.m.
Accommodation leave at...l'J:30 p.m.
Mull arrive 2:05 n.m.
Exprc, arrive p.m.
St. Loul and Culro Exprct
arrive 4:45 p.m.
The last named train leave St. Loui nt
10:30 n.m. Trader can leave Cairo nt 1:"0
a.m., resell Ht. Xouu ni :.a a.m., remain
n tho city throo hour, and return to
Cairo at 1:15 p.m., tho tamo day.
Tho 12:30 accommodation and Cairo and
St. Loul oxpross leava daily; all others
teavo aatly except aunattys.
"Way pattonger should bear In mind that
the 3:30 p.m., train make only four stop
ping between Cairo and Contrnlia, viu:
Jouoboro, Carlwndnle, I)u Quoin and
Ahloy. Tho 12:30 p.m., train stop nt ull
tho ttatlontulong tho route
doc3tf Agent., Culro.
Goto Ewcll & Jacob, and too Loonard
& Co' improvod Bra Jut Lamp, which
can bo ued In ovory manner about tho
home. They cannot bo broken, No
chimney to break, no dangorof explosion.
Can bo used with Aurora oil or Gasoline
A lakq stock of furnishing goods of all
kinds always on hand at P. Noll's, No. 70
Ohio Lovee. ecyu
Stamdoatino ought to bo prohibited a
n dangerous amusement.
Thk frolcht on Flour from Cairo to
Now York in 1 CO per barrel i to Hoston
I'aiiih Fallkk. Tho new of tho
fall of Furls created quite an excitement In
Ocortre Johnson, colored, of this city
wa on tho ill-fated itcamcr W. It. Arthcr,
when he exploded, and was saved.
Fou Sai.k. Tho old drug store of Whita
ker Is oll'ertd for Bale, and a rosidonco on
N Inth Street. Sou advertisement.
A. 0Tiii:n. Parlies with ubutidanl
means propose to cutistruck works In thl
city for tho mnnufnctiiro of chool houso
Revival. An interofctlng rovlval of
religion wns in progress, during all last
week, at tho .Mcthodltt Church. Thlr
teen tcckcrs found grace.
HituH. Judgo JiroJislms been nd
pointed n member of tho County Judge's
committee instructed to bo on hand to
glvo tho Legislature Information In ref
erence to countv matters.
Co.vriniiKij. A largo congregation
was In attendanco at tho Church of tho Re
deouior on lust Sunday. Hihop "Whlte-
huu'o was present and administered tho
rile of continuation to eleven.
JloMKoi'ATiutiT. Wo publish thi morn
ing the business card of Dr. Urlgham,
ho is, wo believe, tho only homcopnthict
pbyticiun in the city. Tho Doctor is held
n high favor by hi tchool of mcdlcino,
and enjoys a largo practice.
Ui- Aoai.v. Mr. "W."W. Thornton pro-
poses to reconstruct the old market house
as toon as tho weather becomes settled,
and will carry out his original intention
to put muchlncry into It und manufacture
every thing that can bo made out of wood.
IIimioi- Wiliiiousk, who oflloiutcd ut
the Church of the Redeemer In this city
on Sunday, last, it n New-Yorker by llfth
and n lawyer by profesiion. "When ho
came to the diocese of llllnoM ho left n
rich parish, and accepted tne bishopric
at about half tho alary of tho rectorship.
Stocki'LETI!. In our ndvcrtMngcol-
urns will be found tho butlncs card of
Mr. F. M. Stockllcth, dealer in Liquor,
Wlnw, Ac. Mr. Stockllcth isono our most
ubstantial business men u thorough
going, Indcfutigable gentleman, whoso
word it a good at hi bond, nnd with
whom tho public may deal in the assur
ance of rccolvlng tho very best bargains.
H.wly Isjuitti). A boy named John
HIggin wa dangerously Injured yeterday
mornlni: At tho Walnut Saw Mill. Ho
and a few companions woro playing in tho
mill, and whlla ho wa running through
It n board In tho tluor broke under him nnd
ho wa precipitated to tho ground a dl
tanco of about llfteon feet. HI lip were
cut and hit head almost crushed. Ho was
carried homo and properly cared for.
Nkauly DnowNKD. On Sunday
morning, n drunken man fell from a
steamboat lying at tho stone depot, and
wa nearly drowned. Ho, fortunately fell
on u pile of drift wood, and succeeded
In keeping hi head above wator until ho
w,i pulled from hi dangerous position,
lie was somewhat solarcJ by tho cold
bath, and denounced water n u dangerous
enemy of man; whereupon ho Invited hi
rescuer to take n drink.
Almo-ta Row. A dilllculty occurred
between n white man and it negro on tho
ttcamer Jamu Howard yesterday morn
ing. The white man struck the negro n
violent blow on tho head with it alung shot,
but It had no perceptible ellVct. Sambo
whippod out it long knife, but could not
overtaku the white man. Tho friends of
the neh'ro gathered about him and avowed
their ability and dctlru to "clean out' tho
TKAUiiKit'fj I. vsriruri:. School Supor.
Inteudeut While ha determined and I al
ready making arrangement to hold a
teacher' instltuto in this city during tho
last week in March next, continuing three
day. In tho evening, lecture will bu de
livered bv homo lis'luror. -Mr. "Whito I
ha entered upon tho dischnrgo of hi dtt
tie with great vigor, and, wo havo no
doubt, will prove to bo a flrst-rntu super.
1'oi.itr. Mattkiis. Charles Dovolin
drank and fought i Arnold and Cain ar
reted him ; llroi lined him $10 und cot.
Charles paid llku n man.
James Dennl, colored, fought. Ar
rested by Shcohau and Arnold. Fined by
Hross Si and coU. Paid.
Georgo Wushtngtou, colored, arrested
by Arnold and Slieehan was lined $10 und
coits, which ho paid.
Closing Out Suit'.
Twenty-llvo thousand dollar worth of
ready-mado clothing, hats, cap, boot,
shoes, trunks and valeso aro otl'ered for
sale by P. Neil, 70, Ohio Levee, at AC
TUAL COST PRICKS, it boing his In
tention to closo out in that lino and cm
bark exclusively nnd more extensively in
tho furnishing good and merchant tailor
Thiscloslngout bulo furnlshe an oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheaper than
over beforo otl'ered In this market.
Fou pistol and cartrldgea and bowio
knives, go direct to P. Noll, No.; 7'J Ohio
fitting hooli mid shoes at
Tho first caio called yMtcrday morning
for trial, wa that o'f Gen.' Don Carlos
Buell vs. Halllday Bros., MulkeyJWall
and "Wheoler atslsted by Judgo Alltn for
the plaintiff, Oren and Gllbort for defend
ants. Wo understand tho naturo of tho
coso to be, that In 1803, Gen. Buell, as
owner of a coal mine, on Grcon Hlyor( Ky.,
consigned n largo amount of coal io tho
Halllday Hro. to bo iold'. '
It is claimed byOen; Bnell thfitthecoal
wa to bo iold for a" stipulated price, but
that a largo quantity fil JolJ for,ls, and
he, therefore, claims damage for several
Tho defendant claim that no such'stlp
ulatlon existed nnd'thaCtho coal consigned
was sold for tho highest prtcer Owing to
tho absence of a material, witness the case
was continued. A greater portion of tho
day was devoted to this caso.
Lata In tho afternoon tho case of James
Sullivan vt tho Tutnam Ffro Ins. Com
tmnv wis callod.. Ifulker. Allen and
Hutler nnrfirbr for plaintiff: GrctiS'nnJ'i
Gilbert for defondant.
This caso was on trial when tho court
adjourned utid will doubtless occupy to
Tho timo of tho court will, how-
after bo occuplod In tho trial of cotcsf and
it is hoped, for tho ako of nttornoyt, cli
ents, wltuosio everybody, that -many
hng-ttanding easel will bo compelled to
Ioavotlio docket. ;
Tho prcsenco of Gon. Buell, in tho court
houso yesterday, attracted constdcrablo at-
. . . - . , , .,-- e
tcniion. ite i reneraoiu loosing gen
tleman, about flfty-flve year of ago. t Ho
is spoken of as tho Democratic, candidate
for Oovcrnor of Kentucky.
CAIRO n Alt.
L. P. DUTLXK, tsq.
It can hardly be aid that the recent re
moval of Mr. Hutler from Culro, has to
levered his connection. from our JJar,. that"
lio is not a very propor subject of. our Tsar
tkfltchci, nnd especially when wo'conildor
tho exalted placo ho. has for yean filled in
public estimation, both, ai a fcntlemcn
and a lawyer. J
Mr. Hutler had early and iupcrior;ad-
vantage for education, and rcceivod a
thorough colleglato instruction. After
passing somo yoan in tho itudy and prac
tice of law ntLlttlo Rock, Arkantaa and
vicinity, ho removed to Cairo in Ho
entered at onco Uon tho practico of tho
profoitlon; aud In a few your bcoamo a
law partnor of Allen fc"Wcbb. Heru he
aroso rapidly to a truly enviable rank
among lawyer. ,
In leC ho wa tlie Democratic nomlnco
for tho offlco of City Attorney. Most un
mercifully, If not, Indeed, cruelly, did ho
defeat hi opponent. Iu 1870 ho was tho
candidate of tho party for County Super
Intendent of School an-l wa elected y a
largo majority, it i lilt ambition tn bo
come n lawyer a lawyor of ability and
Ho is now located in tho "practico at
Murphytboro, Jackson county, III., where
wo aro not vnly confident ho will bo
always ploasod to sco his friend, but also
attend to nil legal business promptly and
JOll.f it. LAMnOEV, r.nQ.
Mr. Lsrudcn ii a graduate of tho II 11
nol College, Jackionville, and nbo of tho
New York law ichool, located at Albany.
Ho removed to tht city In 1&C5, entered
upon tho practice of hi profession aia
partner of Judgo Olney. Thl partner
ship continued for two yean, when Judge
Olney was elected Circuit; Judge; shortly
after ho beeama the law partner of Judge
O'Melvony and remained a such up to
Judgo O'Molvcny's departure for Califor
nia. Since thl period ho ha practised
Alone, and wo aro pleated. to noto that hig
ha acquired a large nnd paying buIuo.
Mr. Lansdcu is a closo nnd thorough stu
dent, and no attornoy at our bar goe into
court with cases bettor prepurcd and un
dcritood. Noarly ono year ago ho wa
elcctod city attorney, which position ho
ha dlichargcd 'faithfully and well.
Ilf rlrtue ofan exeeuiion' lo me dlreeteil hy the
CIom if tho Circuit Court if PuU.ki County, in
ttui.Mii llllnoln, Intaror o( Alfml 11. S.irtor.l, anil
uwi.l Cliarlt.TIiriip, I have lerle I upon I In'
folloM ine l-crltt rcnl e.tate altuateil In llio city
of Cairo, onit lnnly of'AlexanHer ni .talc of
Lot. No. Lllile f n (IS) anl XIncteeu, (U) In
Ill'Wk So. Tontyiiur(Jt) aa the I'roiiKrly nf the
4iil i:iurle Thmnp, which I ahall nffprat 1'uUio
Kit"t IhfSmtli We.t iloor of Hie Court houto in
tM ''iiy, County ad ritate, on Tlntralay the I
cliycif rtbiilary A. D.ll7l,brUeentliu hour, vt
niim o'clock, ,. 31., nrnl nuii.et of mid ilay, fur
Ct.liin toantirfyaiM KifCitllon.
Al.KX. a. ntvix.
Slinltl'of Altii.inderOouiiiy, tlllnon,
Cairo. HI., January tiilili, U7I. ' dltwlt
irtu.sTKK's nam: or ni:Aii
Wheroim. b vlrmnofu certain ld ot.Trut
bearlne ilatc, Aiijjiuf.-Jtli, IfcT", ami iluly roconl.
iM In the Itt,'irler'.otllc of I'ula.klcotiutv, III.
Inoia, III book "II" of letJ, ui0 M W. M,
Willmui di'l roQTty lu.theundernifneil.lhefol
lowiiijrileseririe't real taLite, lo-wlti Thonorih
cat nuartfr of tho northeuat quarter of acctlon
numborrd tea (10) iittuvurhlp uuiiibereualxtct n
(IC) eolith niujjeiiumbereil one (1) otof tliuB.l
principal ineriilian, in Pulaakl county, lllinolii,
coiiUlulpgKorlT tore., more. crleaa. it '
In trn.i, honvrcr, that in cue of default In the
purine nt of the ainii nf uno .hunlret tlolura uu
i(un aald W. M. William, to tho uuilvraiKUed.iil,
paytibln hr note dated AtitfUit i'JUu 1iV, tlired
iiiontha aner date, with Interest aner maturity
nt Ion jwr cent per anuum, accordiutc to the tenor
ami ttlcct of sutd prumlMory uoU,tluU Uu Um
underalgned' ahonPt proceed' to, aell .aid real
cMnto, aud t'xecuto to tlte'purohater a good and
HUtticientdrod for lhoea?eyanenf all iherii;ht,
litU nn.l intuptt.l nf tl,M hMW. M. WIlllArr.. ItV
ail Triitt I)codcoin)jii us afureaald.jo thouu. r
And uhcreai. neither tald note nor any portion
thereof ha. been paid by the .aid W. M . Willuina
nejeoo.detan t aaTiaa seen woe
Maw ii.AMif.kM intwinrtianaaof thattro-:
v Won. or talilTru.t Iteed.uoticeu nereoy Kiien
that in nccordanco ltli t iu tcrwa u( aaU !l ruat
lU'cd.lwIII.'on- ' 4 '
HuturtUy.the t3tl aayo'Ii't"rlklry 18
between tho hoore'et lot o'clock, a.niM and live
o'clock, ii.in.i at'the' front" door "of the Court
llouau In the city or Cairo, Alexander County,
Illinois, proceed to .411 at pubik!emlu7oth
htKh-at bidder for cash, the teal c.tale hereinbe.
Inru described tn ullfcfy Ihu di'bt due and unpaid
us nlor.'mld uith Ihe costs ftii4 charx of .aid
trust and will on-cut to the purchaser a il.ed
thcrofor. 1 WMi A. WINSTON,
Cairo, J.inuerySill7l. , UBMti.wfi)
Steamers. Arrliel from
,KmellA Labarge N. O.
'Hull HIITor Ni O.
'Ham J. Hale Cincinnati
John A. Wood I'lltiliurg
Hi. Iritke , Iemhl
Ma Rlockilale Ht Louis
Mollle Moore Louisville
Alice K Louia
John II nlglry l'alucali
Jnmes Howard Cluclnnatl
Ilelle Memphl. ' '
.Murjr Mlllvr .. r.ranavllle
Ht Jf,;h 1' St Lli
i : Loul.
u .i iioKwooj nnievepori
it b J iirncr
I'ldnenli , 1i
1' W Htra.er
Arkauias Hirer st l.ouin
UulaIIIo . " .
t fajTho ri:or 1 itotioiiary j t
Sk?Tho weather vnntlnue cloudy and
warm, with Indication! of rain.
SSiff' Tho Continental left for New Or
leans with 1200 tout received here.
War Tho St. I.uko discharged 75 bale
.cotton, 732 ks dried fruit for tho railroad.
..ti- r-Ti IT . . . , '...
I.oulA? witlt lx feet In tho'channcl to that
city, and eighteen feet below Cairo.
wheat for . Cairo, ..160Trks whoat
Louis, CO tons assorted freight for reship
D&- Tho8uio Silver and Kmllio La
Barge dlichargcd 3.10 hghds tifgnr, nnd 100
bbl. mylnstc buro for rcshipmcnt north
nnd enst by rail.
l(7 Tho Mohawk nnd barge also left
for Now. Orleans sinco lattroport with flro
barges containing nearly 1000 tons freight,
an two bargioonl. . j ,5
i 1 1 ' )j
j6yHuIni's ho beer, vory brilc at our
wharf for tho past two day. Tho arrival
and departure of thlrty-flvotteatncM could
not full to make likely time.
i6rTh6 Ohio has' tUtri even" fret mid
denly nt Pittsburg, sweeping away cloven
barges laden with coal from their moor
ings and destroying twenty-flvo thoufand
dollar worth tof couLTiic Wur It now
railing a rapidly m ttroso, -wltlfonly slx
feet largo in the in tho. channel.
ThoNtenmer Jninra llattvnnt.
Tho mammoth steamer Jas. Howard
the largest steamboat ever constructed to
ply upon the water of tho M.tislppl am
Ohio,arriv6d hero ou ' Hun day night and
lay here ull day yesterday receiving
freight. Lapt. l'cgrum Intormeu u on
her arrival that ho had 110) tons on
hand and wn only drawing 'tlx feet tlx
inches forward, and six feet uft. She add
ed about 00 tuns here, making 1000 ton
on board, and hor guards were still nearly
two feet clcur,oftko, water. In fact tho
wa carccly drawing twolro Inche more
wator than when she arrived. "Vliat n
Least of burden tho sl Travelor , who
havo timo to sparo to wait.for hor' to load,
will And her accomodations unsurpassed,
asiho ha, (in addition to everything po-
etsed by other boat,) tho largest Uto
room on the rivor.rnch 'jlipplled with
beautiful boduc-td and aprlh roattroso'i.
Aftor her load Is on board she will pro-
cued to tho end of her journoy-wlth-con-sldernblo
speed, a sho ha about double
the power possessed by tho Tluinpioit
'THE AttllTiir.: ,
further Pisrllrulnra or Ihu Terrible
Additional new from tho Memphis pa
per in relation to tho explosion of tho
Arthur, ehow tho disaster to ! much
worso than wns flnt reported. Tho lot
of life I now estimated by the MflniphU',
Atalancht, nt 87. Tho Second clerk,
Wlrtz, nnd (ho bar keeper, Audcrion, who
woro uppoed to bo lot,'aro both-safe, al
though sulferlng front scalds and frost.
Tho night was ujvory Inclement one, a a
strong wind wm blowing, nnd uleot fall
ing. Many perou perished from cj!d,
whllo iloatlug down tho river on raft or
supported by Hfo preserver. Ouo lady
ha been found dead in tho river, support
ed In this manner. Tho hull did not sink
until It ran aground, when her bowhroko
off nnd sunk in deep watcrloayliig ovor
half of tho hull nndi ciibinto shelter l!a
survivors. Tho remainder of tho cabin
had been blown away. Und tho whole of
tho hull sunk, and) tho. cublir lloated oil',
tha loss oftlifq from cold ywi)uld havo been
greater., ' " '
Tho wrecking boatThoa. V. Kukort left
hero on Suturduy night, or rather i u'uloek
Sunday morning, for tha .seeuu of disas
ter, to endeavor to snvo what could bo
found.at nnd noar tho wreck of the Ar
thur. Tho "V. K. Arthur wa built nt Shouso
town, Pa., April, fha tuuehjuery
and cablnVljelng put oil bo'r ut Louisville.
Shu wa built for Hugh Campbell and,
i otKorsVnd'wiiSiold'by tlfein t.o tha Allan
i . "ri..i .J.i.i.. .f.;., :.,.. '
uo una .Mississippi nii.'iiiiiiiii .u,oj'..,v,,
tiubtcquontly herwnor had bur enlarged
and her dimension were follows:
Loutttu on deck, SUil feet; b;oadth,'
, feet i floor, CO foot; depth ot Jtold, a feet.
In May.18CQ.ho had llvo boiler, each
feot long and Inche Inches ludlametor.
On January 4, 1870, It Is noted that aho
had lr bollots, CftCli 28 foot long, HI Inehea
in dlamoter nnd provided with flvo flues
Hor cylludors wero 30 Inches In diameter
nnd 10 feet stroko: water whool,33 feet o
.Inches in dlamoter; loncth of bucket 11
"feet 8 Inches.
Her valtio In August, 1803, was $125,000;
In April, 1800,$DD,000; nnd In 1808, $05,-
oo. Her capacity was" 2,000 ton?.'
The onkrgoment Vf- tho Arthur was
made Jiut previou to February 20th,
18C3, on which day tho camo off iho Car
ondolct ways, wl-lonod 12 foot and longtlf
onodU2 feet. On .lammyM, 1S70, sho
was valued by thcundorvrHors at 150,000.
Capitulation of Paris.
Armistice of Three Weeks
London", .Sunday, Jan. 29, 0:30 p.m.
ThbTEmperor William ha sent tho follow
ing dispatch loi:mpros Augusta:
Vkiis.uli.iw, January 23, 2 p.m. Last
night, an iirmli'tico for throo weeks was
signcu. ino regulars ami mouues aro to
bo wlntored In Paris a prlconcr of war.
The national guard will undertake tho
maintenance of order.
Wo occupy ull tho fort. I'nri remain
Invcstcil, but will bo nllowod to rovictuol
its soon a tho nrm aro surrendered.
Tho Nutlonal Assembly i to bo sum
moned to mectnt llordcaus In a fortnight.
All tho armies in -the Held will retain
their respective portions. Tho grgund
between thu opjioslng line to bo Neutral.
Thi is tho reward of patriotism, heroism
nnd'-qroat acriflce. Thank Ood for thl
fresh mercy. Mav pcacn soon follow.
.Signed i. . ' W1LHKLM.
Ldkdok, January 2;', C:30 v. it. A
Versailles dipatch,Just received, says tho
Twelfth Saxon corjU, at tun o'clock thl
morning, occupied Ilomauville, Po!y,
llrtiiiTiind Vanvew, ami Iho.SiJeiiuit tforji
Avry niid Jllotro. . ?
Pari Is to pav two hundrctl million
franc. , ' ' A : t , ! , I A
Tho urUofllclal JWpulclt from Vorsalllc
was rad In the churclie of.. Ilcrlin tht
Lokiio.n, January tl'J. .V strong In
llueueu It nt work favoring tho restoration
uf tho Imporlal family undor u regency
composed of tho KmnruSii, Trochit ami
The Kmpcror will not entor Paris but
will return to Iwrlin on Tuesday, leaving
tho Crown Prince In command of thu
Provision for Paris nro being for
warded by way of Dieppe.
a The capitulation nnd nrmlttlcc settle
nothing politically nor do thoy ntsuro nn
end of tho war. All depends upon tho
To-uiitht thero I Intense excitement
tuorig tbvVrcnch In London.
London, January ZV, 10 p. m. Dispat
ches havo been received ut tho Urltl.h for
eiguotlleo, contlrmlng tho lllll previous re
port of tho capitulation ofPurii, to which
it add tliut one division of troops of tho
line, boeides tho national,-will not ba' ro-
itilri'il to duarm, andU'ommunlontion with
Part I provisionally rot (rioted.
Tlioro i. uoiirupc:t now -that Knvro
will camo to L 'iidou, and no other iienott
h'ailx'on necreilited to ropr-'Scnt I'rancoat
thu uonfurtinro. '
Los tm.v, January .o. Uimarcl; nllud
ingt'it'.i.: rpurled negotiation buween
Napoleon and tbii'ru'iian government,
yf"thd Kmpcror refer everything to tho
Kegency. llijiuarck donlc that ho ha
ever negotiated for the restoration uf tho
lionapartcs or that he Intends to Interfere
in the domes tie concern of France.
Two ' now French divisions havo been
funncdof recruit at Ilavro.
Croat numbers of cattlo havo been col
lected by the Gorman ut Uouen, Gone
und Lu'piing, to bo driven into Pari a
iiHin a it tupltulate.
A conlderablo fureo of the enemy is
echeloned between llriouoand Kauun, nnd
dotnohmont havo entered Coudubeo, Ive
tot and Pont Audemoiio.
Doucbukl attempted to kill himself after
bis defeat at Hiilfort. Ills injuries aroso
fovaro that hi life Uduipalred of.
Vr.iMAii.r.Ki, January 27. Tho term
of peace olferoil by Illsmarek to the French
nation were a follow : First, thu cession
of tha Province nf Alsace and that put of
the Provinrn nf Lorraine known as tier,
man Lnrralue: second, it money indem
nity ot ono thousmnl millions nf franus :
third, four war ihip from tho French Hoot;
fourth , oiiu of tho colonies now held by
FraucA-whloh, 1 omuio learn. Tho mo
'noy indemnity mint be'gunrjntood by the
luunloipitlitio. If this guarantee Is re
fibtij tjhe prupojtVjUlrh'lj iudivtdiials' will
bo liold pnssoossioii "of until ncipitescenco
Ou tlm.4nggliig tf .Moid iy, Jnnpary
i.'3, a irigoftruee lo'rt tho French line,
and wns met bv thu Gurmaiu, ,'Tho
eurorisuiifjrtHl ujlerfr.) Jillfrt FnvrO
addresso'd' fo Count jlUmarQk. At noon
. ., .. . -
tno inK'tvo rcucne erntiU!K ijjiuwa
phuwd lit the hand f Hismarcki' It ro
iiucstod permission for Favro lo come to
VersiUlloB. Jltymirok ro'plled that ho
might. At ten o'clock of tho Mima night
thu Prulou' premier applied to thu
F.mporqr of Germany for permission to
hold an interview with him. Kavro spent
tho night at tho auartcr of Iho Lintanant
Tho noxt day, boforo noon, January
2 1th, a council of war was held to consider
Kavro's mission. Gon. Von Boon, Count
Bismarck, Gen. Von Moltkt,and the
Crown Prince of Prussia, ware, pratantln
addition to tho Emperor 'William, who
presided. Tho council lasted Jwo hour,
nnd tho results of Its deliberation, wort
communicated to Favre, who retaraed to
Paris at, half past four o'clock Ota-lame
evening. As ho wasboing drawn.ln hit
carriage down tho avonuo leading to the
Sovrcs roads Bismarck, who waa taking
his daily rido, encoutored him, turned hi
horses hoads and redo by tha window,
conversing with Farro all tho way to the
It I understood that Farro asked that
the army of Paris bo allowed to march
out with full honors and tako up a position
iniomo unoccupied dUtrict of Franca, un
der his management, and not resume hos
tilities for a term of months to bo agreed
upon, and that there would bo no trium
phal entry Into Tarls by the German!.
Thcso terras woro refused by tho Council,
which informed Favro that tho only baila
of surrender would ho tho lAino as that oC
Sedan nnd Metz.
Ir you want n pair of boots mado to or
der, out of tho best material, and in tha
most fashlonablo and durnblo manner, go
to Win, F.hlers, on Twcntloth street, op-
potto thol court house. tf
Nilssox declined to sing In Columbus.
Torpor Is tho eliaracterlstie of wlnUr. Veg.
lulon dioaor fulls Into a stale of trance. ,Th
whole aspect of lnanlmat nature teaches u that
ihero I. a paralj ting iQltuenoe'.ln the air, and oafht
to teach iitthtt our bodlea re-pilre an Incrtanof
Tlt.il power to contend with It. Somo of area
thf;w.nmbIoolcd animal, bury themielTe.,ia tha
e.t'th and remain In a state cf partial stupefactioa
until tho aea.on I or.r, and tht elixir of the
priag sun.hino atlmulalea their f Uxnaat blood,
ami restorea their vtcor. Hut hiau, although ho
feel. Iholn'flucncjof tho stuon, can protect him
self .iilnat it. Inclemency. Ha hat fuel to warm
hlui externally, andean tone and strengthen hit
lntcrn.ilorcAnlz.ulon ami endow It with Iho ex.
trajamoant of vitality wlilch'th4Tcircnmatance
rc-iulrc. Ot all inrlorantj that hare arer beu
rcenmiiindid forth. purio.e, ltotettar'aStom-
arh Diltort Ii thn pure.t and lie.t. rortitled.by
'the daily muot tliuwlsolesomo TUU tonic,
thn human .y.tem may defy thiicUUl. and damp,
of rlntirin anfuUilude. tt. eflect I. to promote
.abrUkand tcjtnlar cfrcalatlonof tho blood, and
artltily In all the secrctlro organ. Without the
llRhlcttf nion'cy'ta produco leter, it impart a
iK-allliful .low lo Uio.urUca and illmulate. the
exterior voxels to dlschirg, In the form of gen
tlo pcroptratiou, thn usvle.s mailer eliminated
Irom tho blood. Thus the system Is kept un
c'ngired. K.'tit and nK"e, billousnt.t and iodl.
iteillon au t colic, Ml ol which arn the commoa
coiiK'juenoes if tno aearchlnx daw p. aed lew
oniliire of wiuier, may be aroided (aa wtll
ascurnd) by a course ol ttil Kn'al loolo and al.
X (Store Boom
ON COMMKUCIAL AVKNUE. BKTWEF.N 81 If
AMJJTII rJTIIKKTS, AND A
Iltveltlua; llonaei on Nlsattt Ittreet.
For psrtlenl.tr. aprlr t tho Oily Drug Htc're
Ofllcc, lau .ComiucrcIul ATraue.
Olllco nostra, MCa lost.utf lSp.ta.
Itctiilencn. Ho. IS. Mnlh street. Cairo 111.
"P M. STOCKFI.ETII
(Ancce.iiorto rohle a Btockfteth)
Kcctlllor nnd Uholralo Dealer la For
eign and Douu'stic
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
7$ Ohio Xievee,
OAIEO. - - - llalu.
He keeps on hail I constantly, a full itoek ef
Old Kentucky llourhoit. Rye and Mm-
oiiguiieiii n niskies. rrenca uraa
die. Holland Ula. lUlae
und Culifurnla Vilue.
II IXCEltY NOTICE-
v.iiin. u s.rhw .., ilmt lMriu R. Clarke
filedn bill In chancery. mlhclrk'oWcof the
Alexander County Circuit Court, onjheJOthdae
rf Jsimwy, tsll, wherein h. cotuplaioan,ar.a
Kilt Clarke la tho defcnilJUl, lor dljorce. uloti
iiltl.tlllpendin(r, and. upon the riling of aaid
hill. II ftlltllltltlUH HI! I..U.II OUl V
'Hritr,lVsuW'l,i Holtcitort for eom
r.i i- li.rebr L-i.un. that Ollte Mahla Had a
hill in cham-err, In the clerk'a ofBfto of the Alex
HiKler County Circuit Court, en the JWh day of
January wherein the la eomplaloant and
Orlando 1'. Stable ie the defendant, for dlrorce,
wkicii.mtu .till peudinj;, aad. upon the Btlaa
nf ald bill, a eannnon. wa l.anedont or .aid
court as'tlu.t .aid defendent, returnable ou tne
tir.t Monday oti April, next, toa termot .aid
court llieu to Im holdeu, at the court-hou.e, to
iiro, in aaiu county, ami aiaie oi iiuuon. ii-u
Jannuij axhf U7I, JOIINQ. HAxUdAK, Oerk.
Mvlkky, Waiti Whiuii, Solioitor for com
A two story brick residence, admirably
arranged, with largo grounds (4 lets), nit
uuted on tho comor of Ilulbrook avoauo -
nnd Twonty-thlrd street, will bo sold oa thj.
most reasonable terms. It is located on
hich Kround. In an cicellcnt neljabor-'
.Vcod, the ground containing bearing rule
trees, vine nnd choice (election ot BruD-
bory. It I. In ,hort, 9110 oftbo complelct
' ome in tho city.
Apply to MI.TUOMAS,
AtThomss, Green AAldcu,
aciiiut .aid ilerendtni, riuro" '
Monday of April, next, toa tttin of .aid court then
to boholdcn at tho Couri.ou.e. at Cairo, la .jjiol
comity undwt ofllliuoi.-iMled January totb,