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TZEEIE OAIBO BTJXiXjETIIT, FBBRTJARY 2.
for City Attorn).
Wt) re authorised to announce John M. I.an
dan a a candidate for re-election to the offlco b
Oily Attornny t the eimtilnu municipal election,
for t'Uy Mrhsal.
We are authorised to announce ANOitr.WCAlN
a k candidate for the office of City llarilitl, ul
ect ta the decielon of the Democratic party.
We ere authorised to announce Hut 1IENIIT T,
MAKTlNwi.1 beeoendldat for theofllce of City
Martini, at the na.ulng charter election, tib
ltd to the decielon of the Democratic party.
We ere aulhorlted to announce I'AUI. W
A 1. 1, K.N a en independent candidate for the office
of City Marahal, mtject only to the declnion of
the people. til
Vat tttjr Clerk.
At the iciiueetof nuny friend. I am u candl
date for tho office of City Clerk, subject lotho Ur-
oltionof the Democratic party.
MHJIIAKI, J. IIOWI.UT.
HTIMi IN THE FIKI.I).
We ara autliorlicd to announce the name of J
T. TIIOMAM aj a candidate for tho oftlco of City
Clerk at Uie emulntt municipal election. td
City Clerk' Offl e.
Cairo, III., January 1171.
Notice i hereby sjlren. that there will beaKn
eral charter eleotiou held
ON TUE8DAT til S'lh dk or KKIIRUAItY,
A, V. 1 171,
In the City of Cairo, In the rounly of Alexander,
la the Hltleof Illlnoi, lor the purpose of elrel.
A City clerk.
A City Treasurer,
A City Marshal.
A City Attorney, and
Mil Member of the Ueltvl Council, a follow :
One Member from the Fint Ward.
One Memher from the H onil Ward,
One Member from the Third Ward,
On Member from the I'niirlh Ward, and
Two Member! from the Lity-at-Liux-,
One Member of tha Hoard of Aldermen from
the Kirtt Ward,
. Three Memler of the umo Irom the Second
Oo Member of the eame from the Third
Two Member of tha am from the Fourth
Poll will l opened In the dldrrent wardi a
In the Pint Ward, at the orflc formerly Vnown
a McKenne A Co.', corner ol Muth street and
Waitiini;ton atenue I
In the Second Ward, at the engine home of the
Alto Fire Company;
ininexnira ward, mine Hibernian nre com.
tree! anil Commercial atenue;
la the Fourth Ward, at thtcouit-home.
Folia will ke opened at I o'clock a.m.. and
MYTH CO. i
plete eloek of
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
i 11 i m ft 1 I
f . MHIIKIM. iMIKllli l.rilrillriW
.., . i ji
lie the attention of clot bargain buyer
QW THE MOVE."
H. M. HULEN
t Beraoved to Ills Old Stan
)( Commercial Avenue
oum m niftvnnntrrimpitrocorii't.provii.uD.j
a-dtnarVaMv l)iala fnr tah.
. '.lM . ukf.r. ta watt a..ll
9t 0fwwiVaiA vinrt
aa l.n 1 Hal If t ffl I OE tjlf.
n. n r rum .m mm r c
Maaaav -mm i m m, M .
NetloBH Carpels, etc
COMMERCIAL A VEND E
. . r rw Aaa
Ktlb ruii bALL
n n euBOei. KiBBeiMiaiarrT,
a)P ejiiww vwiv
SEWS Of IKS cfi?.
Tlio Hon. Newton Jlntcmnn of Kpritig
Dcld, will lucturu nt the l'rcsby tenm
Cliurcli, on Thnrsdny ovonlni;, tlm '-M Itut
at liulf pait foven o'clock.
Dr. lliitemtui it too vi;l. known tort
iiuiru nny oxtutided notlco hero. Ai an
educntor, liu occupies a jilncu second to
nonu tliroUL'liout tlio country, btiitnllnir,
ni liu Inn for tuvernl ycnri, nt tlio liciul of
ourcdiicutlonnl system in this .State, with
rm Intellect, broad. utroiiL' nml cultivated
entering thoroughly into tha merits of
every iie.'tlon ho hni boon culled upon to
hiindlo, ho K by innny of tlio best Jinl"c,
reunrded m onu of the first nnd IciidlriL'
mind!, ut lent of our own State, If not of
tho fiitlro country.
It is honod that thcro will bo n trood nt-
tundaiico ut thiit tho Init lecturu of the
As this is tho lat lecturu of tho course,
it is desirnblo llmt ull nereotii holditiL
toune or timjk tickets, will deliver them
to tho door-keeper upon onlorlrit; tho
church. Admlsion 60 cents. Dv order of
y. M.C. ASSOCIATION.
i ' e ... -i i.i 1 1
Nkatly litting boots and sho' nt
O.VKofour enterprhini; buiinc's mon
)rojioscto britif; Ico to Cairo from tho
North, and establish a skating rink.
Ir you want a gool, ntylish and well
fitting suit of clother, rnndu to order, you
mnt go to 1. Ncif, No. 7tl Ohio I.uvco"
- ...- ii w a
AIr.h. .McfiiK iiMtircs til that mint of tho
flno lncoi, IriniminK. Ac, worn bv tho
Indies nt tho Delta Club party, were fur
nished bv her.
SerF.riAi. of the ditini;uiihed toilets of
tho Delta Social Club party wore gotten
up by Mrs." A. Harbor, ono of tho most
accomplished .Moliitoi of Cairo.
John Kiiost, former! r of Tiik
Hcllbti.v. Is ono of tho tmbllthers of thu
dally lUtninj Cult, published in Qulney,
III. Tho Call is a spriL'htlv littlo paper.
Success to John.
A Good Hktckn. Judge llrots, as
Police Magistrate, paid into tho city
treasury two hundred and twenty-oicht
dollars, fines collected by him during tho
month of January. OOivers Shtehun nnd
Arnold arrested psrllci it. ono day who
contributed as lines uigbty dollars of this
amount. Tho year opens briskly.
Sad. One of our fashlonnblo young
gentlemen met with a sad accident it few
days ago. "While passing along Commer
cial avenuo ho stepped into it liolu In tho
sidewalk, nnd dislocated n tinglo hair of
hit artistically combed head. The rcult
was, n violent attack of fever, wlJlci , wo
need not say, wa not bruin fever.
Tiik Coin. Mrs. Wo omitted, by over
sight, a description of many of tho elegant
costumes of tho Delta Club purty; and
with somu tho prlntor mado sud havoc.
For instance, they ornamented a colll'uro
with jhmnctt, which was as near nn
approach to "flowers," us any reasonable
prlntor ought to bo expected to get at four
o'clock in tho morning.
Ta inn DiioTiiKiis, H3 Ohio Levee, will
uoruuftcr keep constantly on hand, direct
from tint Kiutem manufacturer tho very
hot winter struint-1 purltiod sperm oil, for
sowing machine, ttnd nil tine and light
machinery. This oil hm never yet been
superceded by any of tho manufactured
oils, an it nover gums or is ull'eetod by tho
t'lo-lng Ont Sale.
Twentv-llvu thousand dollar worth of
readv-mado clothing, huts, cups, boot,
shoes, trunks und vuliuios are ottered for
snlo by 1. Nell, 79, Ohio I.ovco, ut AC
TUAL COST 1'UICIiS, it being his in
tuntion to vloio out in that lino mid em
bark exclusively and more extensively in
tho furnishing goods and morutmut tnilor
This clcMlnir out ulu furnitbos an oppor
tunity to leeuru clothing cheaper than
over before otl'ercd in this market.
Just So. Col. .Martin, of tho I'mliicnh
AVrtfMeAi'(iH,In it recent letter to that papor,
thus discourses of our friends ol tlio
r......in,l ..In. il. llltiuili (!.ntrnl.
v.wi,ii...v.. ...... - I
RuHr.inil (!nmn)inv. Is Mr. JullllsOII. tl)0
general ugent, whom 1 met at Cairo. 1
eould writo some very prutty tiling about
Johnson; but as bo is so well known in
l'adueuh, it would b u wasto of Umo to
even say mat liu was clover, fcnuirt, una
very gouu looKing, unoeonuucior on niu
train us far as Centralia wus .Mr. l'utnam,
than whom wo huvo nuvor known nnyono
in his lino who wus moro attentive, polito
nd competout. At Centralia wo liad
upper anu weru iruuaiurreu to j . j. uwser,
whn like Mr. I'utnuni. was nttcntiva and
clever to Ills passongors.
Thocreater portion of yesterduy was
devoted to arguing the cusu of Sullivan
vs. Putnam Flro Insuranco company.
Mr. Butler oponed tho enso In an ablo
argument of two hours length. Ho wus
followed by Judges Croon nnd Gilbert In
speocuca of great length und of marked
ability. Tho closing nrgumont wa mndu
by Judge Allen. Por ability, true elo
quonco nnd logto it was ono of his greatest
efforts. Tho cuso was subinlttoi to tho
Jury nnd Court adjourned.
Ton pNtols nnd cartridges nnd bowlo
knives, go direct to 1. Nell's, No.; "9 Ohio
Tin: Shot Ma v . Heck, who was shot
by young Holly, is rapidly recovering.
Holly, who oscipod Into Kontucky, has not
Metiioi'oms IHva lvks. A Metropolis
paper describing nn oyster supper, declares
that tho Aocwics sorved wero delicious I
Thousands attest Us vlrturcs,and from
ull quartors of tho Globe como tcstlmon
lull of wonderful cures ticrformcd by Sim
mon's Liver Ketrulator. feblda&wlm
Fresh Garden and Flour Seeds, import
ed and domestic, in great variety, of th
most reliable, and suppliod in any quant!
ty by Unstol ii Sttllwell No. 32 Klghtl
Tiik AukokaUii. requires a dlfforont
burner from that which is used with conl
nil. Ask for tho Sun-hingo burner, which
is the best in use. Sold by h well x Jacob
!)5 Ohio Levco.
1 v you want n pair of boots mado to or
der, out of tho best material, and in tho
most fnthionablo and durable manner, go
to Win. .Killers, on Twentieth street, op
ponto thei court Iioum. tf
John Koehlek, green grocer, keeps on
hand constantly n full supply of goods-
groceries, vegetables in season, butter,
turkey, chickens, 3cc., ic, nil of which ho
sells at the lowest prices.
Wa.ntkii. A female servant, white or
black, to do chamber work In u small futn-
ii v, and nurse. To good hulp, tho highest
wages will be paid. Address "Knqulror,
Goto F.woll tc Jacob, and fee Leonard
A: Cos improved Drass Jet Li tup, which
can bo used In every manner about the
house. They cannot bo broken. No
chimneys to break, no danger of oxploslon.
Can bo used with Aurora oil or Gasoline
Tun Kitciik.v (2l'kkn. In ull house
holds, wherever used, tho .Charter Oak
Stove is tho domestic queen, rjmilcsnnd
good nnturo pervade her kingdom, and her
subject uru always free from family Jars
und kitchen disturbances. Jun'JSdawK
Tin: railroad traveler will llnd a
remedy that U pleasant nnd perfectly
harmless, und n sure preventive of tho
evilcu'ects from Constipation or change of
water nnd diet, by using Simmons' Liver
A 1'ltoar. Nothing I better proof of
the etcelleneoof uu nrllclo than the fre
quency of Imitation uf It.
Tl.eio tountcrtlls are tho universal tri-
lutu whtcli worthlosness pays to merit.
The sterling worth und popularity of tho
Cuarter O.tk Stovo I attested by this
standard. - febld&wlm
1'oLici: Col'Iit. Judge llrou had a
brisk day in his court yesterday.
Jut. Kodger and Thomat Keating,
drunk. Fined i- and costs. Paid.
.Matthew Mcssic, colered, was arrested
by Arnold and Shceh.in, for striking Kllu
Harrie, a colored damsel. Fined nnd
D.in'l Harvey, Goorgo Uowen, M. T.
Cunnitighaiii and 1'. W. Welsh, wero ar
retted by tho nmo ofllceri, tor disorderly
conduct. Fined and costs, each, l'ald.
Tiik meat market of Gayer A: Co., at tho
rorner of Washington avenue .and Tenth
street, Is ono of "Institutions" of tho city.
It is not only nbundautly supplied with
tho best of pork, beef, veal, mutton lamb,
sausage, etc., but it presents an air of
cleanliness and order that is rarely seen in
establishment of liku character.
Gayer iV Co. huvo had many years ex
perience ns butchers, and huvo long ugo
learned that it pays bestto keep lino moats
and command llrtt-clnss custom. For
choice meats, therefore, cut in n neat and
skillful manner, goto '"Tho l'ooplu's.Meat
Jlurkot," preIded over by Gayer & Co
Tin: Delta Ci.uu Hall. Wo uro not
mi nit in matter of lady's gear, and may
huvo made many blunders in our hastily
written deception of tho toilets which
mado the Delta Club IlullsofrVilliunt. Wo
know wo omitted tho description of many
of thu costumes, tho hour ut which wo
closed tho rope?', being aftor tho time
work is usually discontinued in tho ollleo.
Wo cull to mind now, Mrs. It. P. It b ns,
.Mrs.S-tt W o, Mrs. A. F. T y r,
Mri. .lo G d e, Mrs. S. M. O r, Mrs.
J o L k n, Mrs. A. II. I n, Mrs. L u
It a ct, .Mrs. 11. F. I'-k-r, and Mrs.
W. A. S o; uleo Misses J u Pis I 8,
A o I'll 1 s, K a II n n, and tho
accomplished nleeo of Mr. J. A n, whoso
name has CK'.ipcdour mind, besides others,
all of whom wero finely attired, and whoso
pre-enco addod greatly to tho interest of
tho festivities. These names wero omitted
from our last report, or to disguised by
wrong initials as to bo unrccogni&nblo by
Yestcrdoy tho ball was tho genoral
topic of conversation among tho lady
population. It was voted n success
without a dissenting voleo, Ono of tho
most pleasing features of tho occasion was
tlio reunion of many of tlio old inhabitants,
Among thoio wo wero pleased to sco Mr,
Scott Whlto and hlscitliuablcwife, who
both entered Into tho splritof tho occasion
and enjoyed themselves with hearty good
will. Col. Taylor, Judge Hakor, Wm. 11.
Strutton, Mr. A. II. Satlord, mid their
ladles, witli others, ull old-tlmo sottlers
wcru also present, nnd gave to tho party
much of Its lone und freedom from for
mal stillness, making it u pleasant social
reunion long to bo romcmbored with pleasure.
JUDOEJOIIN II. MULKST.
Few members of tho legal profession in
Southern Illinois are bolter known thnn
tho sublect of our sketch this morning
Liko many others, who havo encountered
tlm uncrifieiM nnd obstacles of ft frontier
life, Judge Mulkoy occupies hli present
rank In tho profession through self sacri
flees and hardships. Ho en"1111111 ftt
Bacon College, and, early in life, settled
In winim.iinM muntv. Here, nnd in
Franklin, lie nursued tho study of law
and, as wo wero lately Informed by nn old
resident, much of thetlmo in tho wooan.
with, stunnu and logs for scats, no do
gan to pruetlco at Marlon. From thoro
ho removed to Do Soto, and from Do Soto
to Cairo, In 1857.
his removal to Cairo ho formed it co-part
norship with Judgo David J. Uuker,
which continued up to 18t)l, when ho wus
oloctcd Judge of tho Court of Common
l'loaso. Dvotlng himself with diligence to
his studies, it toon became ovidont that
ho would becomo a well-known member
of tho profession.
in this particular, was not as rapid us
some, but sure Ho is not, in tho proper
accoptntlon of tho term,
He docs not possets that grace and
elegance regarded as cscntUl to oratory ;
yet, ho does possess n remnrknblo power
before tho court nnd Jury, and hit success
before jurios has been, nnd Is to-day, a
scaled mystory to us. His extensive ac
quaintance with the citlzons of Southern
Illinois, may bo said to add much to his
tuccosi in IMS way. A no iniorcsi no
manifest! in his case, nnd tho remarkable-
sincerity ho always professes, also add
much to his power. His spcoches, it has
been said, are unlike those of any other
IN SOCIAL LIKK,
hoisstrongly attached to thoso who ngroo
with him. Ho possesses a natural
Wo cannot now call to mind a better il
lustration and truo exhibition of this fact
than that related by 1). A. Mahony, in his
celebrated book entitled: "Tho Prlsonor
of State," which is ft cotnprchensivo nar
ratlvoof his prison life, and also of that of
Judges Mulkcy, Duff and others, at tho
Old Capitol Prison, Washington City, I n
Our readers havo not forgotten
of Judges Mulkey, Duff, Allen, Dr. VT. K.
Smith, and other prominent citixeni, at
Murion, August 24th, 1W2. Judgo Allen,
being then a member of Congress, was re
leased, but Mulkey, Duff and Smith wero
convoyed to Washington and Imprisoned
in n felou cell n loathsomo dungeon.
Hero thoy remained for weeks, poorly fed,
flred at by cowardly und fiendish guards,
and compelled to Ilo upon bunki, tilled
with active nnd vigilant
Tho most vigorous destroyers of theso
pests, Mahoney says, wero Mulkoy and a
Frank P. Plair.
"When tho prisoners became
DULL, BTt'l'lU AXI1 DILAPIDATED
for want of bodily exercise, says Mahoney,
Judge Mulkey, of Cairo, Illinois, would
hit upon a happy expedient of exercising
his room mutes of No. 1C, by loading oil'
onco or twice a day in
back and forth followed by all his fellow
prisoners, who Joined in the chorus of the
songs of tho Judge, to which tho feet of
the party kept time.
of tho Judgo wero gonerully of f itch n lu
dicrous character thnt tho whole crowd
would bo eon vulscd with laughter, not only
nt tho songs, but ut tho Judgo' manner of
'Ono of his favorite songs was
"OUT or TIIK WILDEItNEsS,"
of which tho following uro samples :
"MyoM horse, I:t came from Jerusalem,
He cme Ireui Jerusalem ,
My old liore, hocmefrom;Jerunlem,
Down in ilaUiu.
Ohl Uw.gM, bully boy-tiyl
Oh! ain't you mighty ) o'r out of the illr-
Out nf thewlMernets ,
Ain't you mighty glJ youura out uf tho wilJer
Pawn In Alelmm.
'Tin' bumble bee, he utantftbo rooilvr,
llentani; tlio rootter,
llo iii the rooster)
Tno bumble bee, lie itatiE the roonter
"llli, hwt, Ao."
"Not many theatrical scones could bo
thnn that presented by tho prisoners of
Hoom No. 17, singing this song, kooping
step to the refruln, led off by Judgo Mul
key .J Tho Judgo who was tho life of tho
party on such occasions, would bo in his
shirt-sleeves, his hut drawn forward, und
his countonanco exproislvu of 'good hu
mor, using ono of his hands to mark time
us ho sang nnd moved ulong.
NEXT AFTER HIM,
generally, was Judgo Duffor Mahonoy,
both tho very opposite of their leader in
disposition, but enjoying' with as much
zest its any ono his amusing songs. In
deed it was us much, and moro, for their
nmusomont and that of his fellow prison
ers than for his own, that Judgo Mulkey
relaxed himself from tho dignity ofujudgo
to tho character in which ho appoared in
No. 10, lly his over-ready disposition to
contribute to the amusement of his fellow
prisoners, he endeared himself to them by
buch ticsof feeling as neither tlistanco apart
can sever or tluio destroy."
The author of this work refers also to a
song of tho Judgo's composition called,
"the sucker's melody
which, ho sayi, was tho.song of nil others
which brought down tho house.
No ono circumstance connected with
his life, excited moro comment, not only In
this, but In other Stales, than his famous
LETTER To 1.0 a AN,
in 18C2, In which he gavo r. very graphic
history of Logan's early life, nnd of their
devotion to tho Southern cause, in 16C0-01.
In the spring of 1801 ho became n
CANDIDATE roll CIRCUIT JU1KIK,
to till tho vnenncy occasioned by tlio denth
of Judgo Jenkins. In this contest ho met
blttor opposition. Soldiers living in oilier
States wero sent into the counties compos,
ing his district to vote. Kvcry means, nt
matter of whnt nature, wore resorted to
in order to defeat him. Tho Logun letter
was published, and thousands dlttributed
in tho district. Tho K.tillcnl prct teemed
with abuse, and ho was denounced ns it
rebel nnd it traitor. Tho following is
of tho spirit of tho pre.ii, from n Itudlca!
sheet then published nt Duqttoln, called
THE STARS ANIIsTItll'K.S!
"Ifthotrnltor, John II. Mulkey, is elec
ted, confusion and outlawry will reign,
and tho blood of tho best pcoplo will bo
shed." Judgo Mulkoy
nnd, instead of tho confusion nnd outlaw
ry which had held sway in nlmoU every
community before, law nnd order pre
AH A JUDUK,
he was kind and lenient to nil, nnd merci
ful to tho criminal. It is a noteworthy
fact, connected with his judicial career,
Unit but few eatos wero taken to tho Su
promo Court. Ho remained on tho bo rich
two years, resigned the position nnd re-
umod tlio practice of law.
Inl8C9, ho wah
Judgo of the Court of Common Picas nnd
continued as such until Its discontinuance,
by tho Legislature, in lfr07.
No man is moro thoroughly devoted to
hisprofes'lon, giving littlo time to politics
orothcr subjects. In a recent conversation
upon this subject, ho remarked: "I think 1
read moro law now thnn at nny period of
On tho Uth of November, Judges .Mul
key, Duff, Mnhony nnd other, werotukon
boforo tho Judco Advocate, and, without
ony trial, hearing or Investigation of nny
nature not even informed of thocauso of
their nrrcst wero
to Cairo, continued tho practlco of law,
and upon nil occasions, and under nil clr
circumstances, expressed his opinions
freely upon matters pertalulugtotho gov
ernment und tho prosecution of the war.
His practice Is extensive in tho counties
of Perry, Frnnklln, Johnson, Williamson,
Washington, Jackson, Union, Puluskl nnd
Aloxander. Tho Judgo is forty-six y-ars
of age und has practiced for nearly
Flour ClioTco Family Flour in bbls
half bbls., sucks, &c, for salo ut tho Egyp
tian Mills. au
Why will our friends run tho risk of be
coming blind by wearing common Specta
cles, when thoy can procure tho most per
fect article that has yet been made, by
calling nt our old friends Tabor IlroV tho
woll known Jewelers and get n pair of
Lazarus & Morris' Perfected SpecUclei.
Don't dolnj. febldaw&lm
Strenuth to the Hlood. Without n
certain proportion of Iron, tho blood
loses it strength und purity. Mood en
ters every organ through tho circulation,
distributing tho nutrullvo principle to
every texture and tho source ol every
secretion; henco tho importance of keep
ing it duly.enrlched. If it hits becomo
weak, tho entire sytem will bo weak, and
tho dnnger of Incurring dUeao imminent;
in short, good blood inukcs us healthy
bud blood makes us sick. Hero wo tiro
ndmonUhed of tho superior advantage of
MISH LEU'S HKltll MITTlIltS. Tho
Iron in theso lllttors Is readily absorbed
into the circulation, und it strong
und vigorous constitution created, Tho
circulation Is regulated by them, nnd If
nny organ bo wouker than tho rest, tho
deboslu which oatiio boils, carbuncles,
tumors, lumps, &c, uro checked und re
moved, and it healthy tone luiprated to
tho entire system- It nlwuy. cure, nnd
nover fills to prevent disease arising front
impure blood feblead&wl w
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Xev Tlllll" Tniile.
On and after 12::i0, p.m., Sunday, Deo.
4th, tho following time table will govern
tho arrival nnd departure of passenger
trains nt Cairo:
Mail train leaves at :i:-10 ii.ni.
F.xpross, ' " at 3:30 p.m.
St. Louis ami Cairo Express
leaves at 1:'J0 n.m.
Accommodation leaves nt...l":30 p.m.
Mall urrlves '.':05 a.m.
Expross, arrives I'-V-'i p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
arrives -t: 15 p.m.
Tho last named train leaver St. Lout ut
10:30 a.m. Traders cun leave Cairo at Is-0
a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:'J5 n.m., romtiln
n tho city threo hours, and return to
Cairo at 4:15 p.m., tho same day.
Tho 12:30 accommodation and Cairo "tnd
St. Louis express lenvo daily; "II other
leavu dally oxeciH Sundays.
Way passengers should bear in mind thnt
tho 3:30 p.m., train makes only four Hop
pings between Cairo and Centralia, via:
Jonesboro, Oarbondnh', Du Quoin and
Ashley. Tho l'J:30 p.m., train otops i.t nil
the fctatioiu ulong thu route.
J AS. JOHNSON,
doc3tf Agent., Cairo.
XjyHiisinoss continues good.
ttST Tho Longworth received 100 tons
for tho savo dostlnntlon.
Cay Tho St". Louis IJargo Lino (M. V.
T. C) uro loading barges here, and will
take about 1000 tons.
ST Tho T-auUne Carroll received 200
tons assorted frclghthere for New Orleans
nnd way points,
B3f" Tho wcathor was clear yotcrday.
Tho temperature was down to the freezing
point at daylight, but roso to 40 degrees
during tho day.
VST Tho Ohio is stationary at Pittsburg
with nenrly seven feet wnter. Tho Alio
L'hcnv is still closed with ico, but tho
weather was reported mild and a big rise
was looked for in u few dnyi.
fitty Tho Charleston is nt ouleveo r und
Cupt. Hincr has mado Cairo her head
Quarters whllo waiting for business. Sho
is nn excellent towboat, nnd is ready for
nnv business in lior lino.
$3r Tlio river commenced rising yester
day nnd had swollen five inches up to
la.tjnlght. Tho riso is out of tho Cum
berlnnd which Is roported rising vory fast
with twelve feet wntor on Uarpclh
Oi7 Tho .Mississippi is rising slowly at
St. Louis, with sovcu foct in tho chnnncl
nboyo Cairo. Tho upper Mississippi,
.Missouri nnd Illinois rivurs nra still closed
with Ice, but wero expected to brook up
CfirTho Tryono brought out 100 bbls
flour for Cairo, 332 bagsdrlod fruit, 17
bugs feathers for reshlpmcnt to Chicago
per rail, tl tons iron, 20 tons cedar lumber
for reshlpmcnt to St. Louis, 324 bbls flour,
few lots sundries for reshlpmcnt south.
PayTho Dry Docks now moored at
Memphl'i, nnd which wero so long used at
Cairo, wero sold nt shorifls, sale Inst Satur
day for $1T,000. Thoy wero bought In
by Hombloton, who was probably tho
;Si(5y"Tho Hlsmarck discharged 12 hhds
sugar, 8 bales gunnies for reshlpmcnt to
tho Cumberland und Tcnnestco river, and
(100 hhds sugar, 1211 bbls molasses, 77
bugs cofl'oe, 107 bundles green hides, ?0
bales moss, lObis raisins, USpkgi sundries
for rcshlpmcnts north nnd hast per 1. (J.
to?" When tho Arthur exploded sho
had on board a largo quantity of groceries
for reshlpmcnt from Cajf," per rail und
Cumberland rivo packets. Eft Ing & Co.
of Nmhvillo had $0,000 worth of gro
ceries on board, Morris & Stratton, Nash
villo hnil',70 hltds sugar valued at $10,000,
and Orr Hrothers, sumo city, hud CO bbls
CAIRO AND PADUCAU
The beautiful ami llht drauxlit learner
JAMES IPISK, JE
I. emu Cairo ibtlly ntSp.ra., auJ 1'a.lucali ilally
a'.Uii.in. Iluvltig superior necommoUation li
olii it public lulroiuige.
Tin: m:w and fashionable
Shaving & Hair Dressing
now open to the rilinof Culrn. M'nslilnir,
lui'iit ii-.u mute, Kti'i nniruiiiiiii;e.iu nt'i
IJoirrlH, . 10 liiliNirt'ii.
lain prop.irr'l to ilonlt kind nf nrmimeulitl
lluirHoiV nati'li ituaril nn.l Lnt.'tlcn.
ilalr I'rrxilUK ibm III thu IMi'tuli. l.t l)l.
I will no to thlioii-eof tl.o iiimt'leloeoiuo to
Ua 11 on jKe.
JunJi.Uin JOHN IlKlirOltD.
A. More llooiii
O.N CilMJUUIt'lAI. AVKNl'i:. IIKTWKIIN 01 II
AMI ("I'll BTItKKTH, AM) A
Duelling limine) nil Nlullt Ntre.tt.
I'ot parti.-uUr apply at tho City Iiu Store
Ity Yirtiio of an eieciitlou to nn rilrecU'd by Ihn
CleiK uf Urn I'ui'iiit Court of Alexiiuilir I'niintv In
thu rtlntn of Illinois, In fmor ol Diimel W, SliiDii
nail uiiainut Henry Mayn, ami tour evrtaln eieru
liuni loreoit Rjj.uiitl'l Henry Muyo iu the fol
IouIhk et)U'l cunus, to win
Amiri'M doiIsuii Vi Henry M)ii
'I'ho IVoplv, i lo., vh lieury Jlayo uii.l (I, Jl
'I liu I'eoplo, cle.i v lli'uiy Mayo nml (i M Jnliu-
Henry M to vn Jaeoli Uaro,
I li.iiefctieil upuii tlm lollwuij; ileu'rilM'il real
n!lto, iliiteti in tlio t.'uluity ol AU'xali.ler ull'l
rltateuf lltiuolii, to Mill
'I h e1-, of tluuiu ijr of the u o iraul llio w
iiruftliitiitiir,iiiii tlm uu .r of thHuoqr of fO
i'tfll l7)lutotiiliipbiitt'Oii (Hi) eoulli run no two
I 'I vnoieiiiitiiiuini: uualiuuilrrj acre. lo lot No,
luo(J) uulof iiiuiiu lira! tuoeuimi uecliou,
louiKliip ami ran
, I'onlmulntf sli, wri'i, ns thn
ml Henry Haiti. Mhlt'll 1 hull
priiHirti 'l tho
uilcr nl publi.- on
TlllIIWI'Ar.'ill HAVOK KEHUUAltV.lSTI.
nt the lOuth ueatdoor ul tho Coint Hoiih in 'J11'
cilyol Cairo, in .u.l oouuty uii.tnuto. tietween Ilia
lioiirof ninoo'cloeL, A. it., aii.l lli auneet or
uf 'ulil tl.iy, forch m liainl. tn kiitUly iJ I-.xe-eiiliooii.
ALEX H.IUVI.V. ,, , ,
Shorillof Ali.xauiliT County. Illinolj'
Cjlm.in..J"uuiry 'Jotli Ml janWdnwU
Hi: as It! sV".-i .s.u.i;,
lly Yirlno ornn eieoullou to me ilireoteit by the
ClorU nf thuCiriiui Cuuri of I'tilnski County, In
autout'llllnolir, lulavor ol Alfteil 11. Hattonl, anil
iu:iiii!t tliarltM'l'lirupi, 1 havo luvieil upon tho
1'nllr.M'inif ,IMi?ritH.,l rt,al ehtato eiittliiti.il in thoeltv
nf Cairo, County of. Alexander nml tto of
,oli .Su, Klhti cti (lb) niut Nluctoen, (10) In
IllH'k Nu, Teutjl'ourlJI) n tlio I'roprrly ot the
.i I I'liarli'S Tlinilip, which I eliall titlorul I'libllO
Sa'oiittliofuuth S i-rt ilour il ihft'mtt luiwi in
,ivl -' 1 1 y , County a.nl Htatu, uu Tiuir-"i.iy tho 'Aal
!li) orri'biiiurj A. ll.,ls7llbelHei'iilli hour of
miirt o'cloik, A. 31. , anil miuet ot xaid ilay, for
Cnhll kauil, to natlsly aatil Kiecutlon.
AI.EX. 11. UlVIN,
bhetlll'of Alux uiiler County, illinoie.
O.uro, 111,, January 'ili, b7t. illiwtt
IIATCELOII'M IIIIAIR DTK.
This aupi rb IHIr Uyo Is tlio itn ilia" Woild
Perlectly H.trmkss, Unliable ami Inatantant'oui
No illoappolutmcnt. No UI4lcabuTlnf'or Un
pleasant O lor. Thaenulne W. A. UAtchtlor'
Hair Iljo produces IMMUIilATKLY a plenH.
Illack or natural Drown. Doe not Btaiu th
Skin, but tenrea the Jtalr Clean, Hoft anil Boauti.
ful. The only Mnfo an J Perfect Dye.
fotl by all Pru?l?lr. Factory IG Uonil Htreet.
vn. r,cm:.vcK advises coxspjox
rims to no to n.onwA iy
lUrim for ihn hit thlrtr-firey-firiiltroteil mf
nultiine au,t aticntlun to the nudy ofluna' dl
i ",.".. 11 1 "wuniption, I rl that I im.lfnuil
raiijrliictiurvitutiiuiliitij Mpurtued to rritoia
?V"J ,Mllr teiawil lunt tJalUiy
PnUnilll''sl. I lift 1e &.. -a .
there l,y IVI.nnan. Uit in&TOW'SJJrtf
s milliere ulimn lunti In-1 Ln,liyiivu tut
un I'Tllio Ii.jIiiu IiiiIik nreul tlicllmue ana
lay met 1 1. In 4, wrre Kelt i Mill.
One litin.lrM mlle rul'n r iluwn the rlrsr It a
rolntwhlctl I Moul t T(f, r l.i l lilki, tl, trm
pnttireU mere even, nnl the air dry ntkl hracini
.Millwivllle nml Knlerprle are rjM1 there, 1
fhouM I'lre niti'Cldnl I cilffntu to .Mcllomlllel It
It tno inilrt fron n'r nrUkr, nn.l It pemt almmt
lmp,)'sllilf n tnkecuM lime. The itUilnHnde
inlelit he Ix'tter, an.l luiunt rnir,ltln at tlmm
hut tint It a I.'"-! el.Ti, at It indicate a return of
arftltei anl, tihenllili It tliecax', llieieneraLy
liirrn4 In Aeiih, and then the linu't muat liett.
.U, kxminle, IhlH-mla, iiren Coie, and mane
other (iUre In ttrluui run of t'lorliU.eanbe kiix
ly reciiiiimtnd l t. cumumptltet In winter. lf
reint fur ttrln; eo nre, tint patli lilt are leu lia
ble u take ol I there thtn wbete there It a let
etrn temperituret an1 It it nut neceiry t,i ey.
that, nhero a riintumptlve p'rtonettnxeihlinMir
to frequent colJt, he It cerUin t d!4 hortlri
therefort tny a im ). coerell 1 .in Intuthe Male,
( Ut uf the tcull uf re?l,,iu e.l wlnJl and f'H.
Jrknin.:ie, ur eilui.t any ,.tl,er of the lurtlllie
llitieiitMe,.! Ixneat tlu,o vi ho trelroubia
trltn a torpid liter, a d bordered twnucli,dertncdi
tiunrlii, i,re llint,orrrithi tmt, firlluee wNeo
lunn are illx.i.id. a Man touilim I ,int It tar.
n.Mly lecmnmriiJi J.
Tor fineen )tir prlcr tn 15, 1 nit prrfenlen
ally In. New i.fk,lttijn, lialtimure.anl I'hilMei
I hlaetcry week, viluro 1 eaw aiul etauilnt.1 tn aai
aterate lite hundrt,! l illentl a week. A rutlc
a,if atenie, rmiirirM,' ettry rild t-hiMtflans;
dleeiee, hit tniUli.l Ui I i iiirler'tand tl.edtteat
rally t mid henee tny camion in ugtrd 1 1 tiklnx
eijj. A t"r"ii tniy take tat ausntltlM ol
"iklien' k't I'lihtionio Fyruis Peiweea ionic, an.t
Manlruke l'IIIi,"ar.4 .t iholf 1-.1 duet nut tiuld
In Vh n.la. nearly eierjliAly It uln Jehenek'i
Slandrake I'lllil r.r the tlluaie U ii,..re lltelr
tnrroilueel'lUou haMtt than n, n"rtiiem ltd
tujea. It It a wiU-tnaUielieit net, tsat nallreai
of Honda rarely ill or rentumrtu'n, epltlr
Uime ,f th aoullMrnrwt. otitl.aniherliind.hi
.Sevr KncUinl. onilhirJal lent of the prpiiliUua
die if I teirlMe dlieaie. In the llidJle Mtle.
lldoetii"tprutllnUr,ilri at. .1 llitre are many
llwu.tn.Hef cxetihire. VLiiaat percent
if life wikiI I M nre if t iniiimi'lii-rt mtf" a
enlly alinnedln retrd toiakin rieili cuMi at they
ma!xiul.'rltirtfcr. naail-r i.. I taittbeyir
n. ;i they Itke nhtt they lettn a little mij. whkU
liiey are creduluut enuu.ll lu htlltre will vrtir orr
In a ftietlty. they rr no tlniuloa u II, anal
l.eixell Ilia lh fiiiinliflun Ut anulher n.l an
hernill. until Hi limit are dlirattd LeKUd ill
Lore'f cur. I
Ale tl tn r'rint tthet lun-l r sfTee led,
et(a tulnly.u i.i Uy in t.k irMhanek' I'ul
nunia yrup, hcUnef hetweed Tunic, arvl
khenck' ltan.lrke I'lllt. aiidio to riortJ. 1 re
tjcitiiendttiewparilctilarincdlcrnM.hecauie I ia
thurviKhly arUlnled witti their actum. I Inner,
ttiit. when they are ued In itrlet aieunlance witrt
nt dirtctlnna. they lll di the !, IhiHt te
etilred. 1 tilt ecccnitllalied. nature ulltitd the rtiU
Ike itirtltiliui v.lui .iecilUa fur culd.iceuth. rr
n.ttit tatata.anil then adtlieilhertlenttowtlt,
xrriitenuie.ery day, will be tuio tuhatea eerjra
t,n id titndtUf.iro hint. I
J!yilinlt. tofueiny thrernediclri'i In tccard
anf villi the rrlnlnl illfwuune.eteetit In .tnt
atiee where a freer uie ef the .tltndrtk I'lllt I
Srcittary. iff object la, tot thiii- u th- a toe
acll. to pea iiji a yiM arrme. It la aiwayi a
ran) Hull when a (JUtnt l e.'ir.t tn tr wuuu.'ryi
titveliopeturijclk With a rcll.li (uf f -od, aut
u fMimc won ur iruin nan, cornet kthmi bieou,
ml with It ninre (teh, viljeli la cicely rulliwej
tya hMlliif ef lhlun.-a, i.ifiit'itc uchlnaant
nt ti4t j.i'i" rtvcfij chl.n ',' ,1 r iruuiy nijl.t
e. tla i, a I ti r prxinitit ml e . r. an I lb
i tilt Tit I t Hut, l'i .Tidid tie at ' :ttiiirt t M.
on, Ibcrrt aia luinr rwumitltet Iki litre
netlheruontliiro loVlond. Iliiiriiiaailmnity
1 aaktJ, I there nj li. f"t ajehr t'rrtalnly
tiicreli. ily adtlceloauch la, tujeier hialia,
to nty In a wana room during llio winter, wlih a
Icraperature t,f atxiut ctetity degreea, which
Juul.l lw kertrciulirlyat that punt by mean uf
aUn'tm itnetrr. Irttucha itiletit take hit tin
1 1. w Ithin the limit ut Ilia mut by wtltirnr up
ami dun a at invxn ta hit atretiaih will i-nnit, la
irjer ta keepupabralitiyilrculttletivfiheblu.it.
Itut curr thuuitnd by thliit turn, ii4ctud4
eo aiitln. Cunturuptluii It at enlly cuie, at any
ither iliaeaie.if It It men In time, and the ircber
tint uf treatment 1 1 uurauej. 1 he fJCt ttandt un
ihaiiutcl on leciirl, ll.it Fchenck't rulmuui
trrui', Mamtraka I'llls, an4 heweej Tonio hart
turt.1 tery nuny i'f wtiuieeiiinl tu be hcpelee
cateaofcunauiuillon. Iluwherojvu wlll.yuu wlA
Ihi almoat certain tu find aume .r etnaumftUii
she kiabnurtKUtJ frvinttietiry Jat a JU
by their ua. .7
re Ur at the lan.lrak Till mn cencemad.
etcrybiidy ahuuld keepaaupi'ly uf them un hand.
'Iheyacl on the liter Utter Ihtn caloniet, and)
Nave nun f lie hurtful trinta lnind. In fici,
thryare etctllent In all cet whereapwrcaUte
tunhclne It rtu.ulrnl. If )uU hive I'trttkin i luj
riei'Jrur null.aikl iharrliota enaucj.a duae kfthe
AlaitlMkea will cure juo. If ou i are autjeciw
ick be.ijjche, tak a do) of In landnkct,an4
they wiU rrhcieyuulLtwu liuura. Ityuu wuukt
etitlate th meet iT achne uf water, or llxtuo
free InJiiKroi e In fruit, Uke une i f the Slandrtkee
rtery nlilil, andjuii mu) llinl itrtnk water, and
eat walrr-ineluiit, rear, epi'ha. (Jjlin. peatbrf, or
rum, williuul Uiurlak of Nirnt ludeeitk ly Uieuu
Ibey wUI iiruircl ttjut who lit In tlinp aiiuaiiuna
ainat rSlll and ferera. Iry thnn. they u
Ik rlit-lly harinlru. 1 hey can tlu you emit only.
I luaie laiiiluiiej my pri fenliiut tiilit lu Ilot
tm and New Vurk, but cunllnne luae iallrnia at
luy nice. Sit, IS .Surlh MtUiMrr.1. rhildel hi.
tery4iurdty.frmnH, a u . t.iJ. r.M. Hiueewhn
wlah a lliuruuftietamhuiluii with tlio llflninieur
will lie charged nt ilulltra. Ilia Itrapiroiatlcr
dit Urea the rttet runditlutt if Hie luiijet and
btlU'iilt nu readily letm whether they are cup
ableurn.il. Hut 1 dtalr II itlailnctly uiidrratu.l,
thttthetolue uf my nimlirinra ah'p.ndt intlnly
ui u Ihrlr U.nj ukm ttnctiy acioidm j ti dlrvor
lit dnclniion, I trill tar, that when rerftw
laio my inrdiiliira. nil I tin ir )lim ar bruuibt
line a In aliliy i'.,ii.liiuit l!i. rrl.y . liny oi iil n
lu'u I J tain i ,it yi i limn.' with dlMUM-d Iiiiui
c.tn I'Kir .t euddiii than.e i f nini.-vluTo wlthuut
II, l.a'ulliy irtrv-atertrli'Mlniutlunuf tUulruj
thialluUa. I'all il.rivtivn In nil ltn;ii8eaicomrianyiny
niAlidn.e, xiutplKlt ant near Hut any utio tan
tiM thiin wltlnmt rmi.ultln' Uie, unl can be
bought lioui uuy tliuitiit.
J II. Scilf.lK, JI.I).
Nu. 11 N.ir.u Suth hlrnt, I'hlladelphtt.
.IfUIN I'. HKNltV,
a com. van fi.AVi:. xi:ir rov.ie,
Wlltll NJ ! AlinVT
iT-eml niciiey by rxpretf, or onlcr goixt
marki'il t'. O, l.. thruiiiili your ilruggUt, aivt
ouywill meet with nnloa.
Dr. RICHAFS -Golden
IN llieae only, ami tare Time, Iteajili aed
Honey, I,0iJ ItKWAItli fur aay raae of dieetae,
la any ttase which ther (til M cure. .
' Ha. JiiciiAL-n noi.nE.v n.a-
eTN. SAMM, No. I A :. ar the
HaW grealcit allertUres
UlCIIAL'-s ill I.HK V
( MkCRj I KI-IXI AMI lit I' the
V WXM I llreateit Tonic ayd Attrlnf en I
flr! u the tlctle! Mat. Ha. HI.
NP CllAl"rl IHH-I'KN AN1TUUTK '
S the only reliable diuretic.
Theae Ittmnlle ar nut aJfrUt4 tu Cur alt
CemplalnU. an.l beneSt nuaj. but are entrant.!
to .ffect a lUdlcal and llT In all can't for
wklcli thee are rewuiioeiidod, when all other trt.
lent hat folleJ. Ten of tlwusand yearly rtcojj,,
1 J UAI.SAU, No, I. ejrfe Ulcera, Ulceratl
' Kore ThroU aivl MCiilh. Bore Kye , Cqttne
ut Eruptkm, CepieryuloreJ Illotchet, Soreness
of tlie Hcalp, rlcrofulSo. It t the Crettett Itenu
tatur, Alteratlte aafl Blood1 1'uttfler known, re
mote all mtrcurir from the ytu:iu, and learc
th blu.l pure anfl healthy. 3
in ttiuiKi I
HALSSI. No. S. cure Mercurial AtTuc-
tlonaltheumatlim la all It forms, an
ilte lmme.Ht relief In all ce.
Trie of AlthcrNo. I or a, m ftt notue, or iw
W l?TPir.TT'S OOT.M
Jft 111 V 111 w -J v v -
i . . ii. mt .... K..H-U
Hli. KIOirAU'S GOLDEN
YJ KI.IXIll IfAMOt'lt. a rtJIcal cm for
Nertoua or lienertl PWlli. In oW or
joiinn i Imparling enc rcy with wonderful effect.
Price 1J lr buttle, er two for i.
On receipt of price, theae remedies will t
,hlpil to aay place. Prompt ati.uUim pa M U
all rerreition tenia. Nouo cenulne without lh
i.'meo "PK IttCIIAl d C.ll.W.S ISUMKUILH.
I U. P.ICHAUM, Sol ProprUtor," blown lu
'aWrtS" TraJ. suppUM t tum
"AdT....l)R. 1). U. RICUAKDS.KVVarUt)
tlio temporituMHinsttlar, r.,lnot .'it.iecl t.7
i ariaiiuij ftiiiiiiinrn ntiiinn-r i-ia. .... a.