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THE C-A-IIRO BTTLLETIIsr, FEBRUARY 4.
I'nr I'lly Attorney.
Wn tre kiitliorltdl to nnooiinco John M. I.n.
In ncan'lMtta for re-election to tlio tiffl" uf
(Jity Attorney at t!i- tiotittiK timilclpfkl election.
For City SUralil.
We are ntittmrlt"'! to announe A.S'WtKWt.'AI.N
hi 14 CRD'llilatr fur the office of City Marshal. tllli
evtto u,iltoiiim uf the Democrat e party.
Weare aulhorlieU to announce that 1IKNHV T.
MAH TIN will tw a can'lliiat for the office of City
Marshal, t tho ensuing charter tleetlon, sub-
led Ui the decision of tlio l)Mnnrill party .
Wei arc authorise! to aunuiioce. PAW. W.
At.I.K.V aa an Independent candidate for tht office
of Oily Marehal, subject only to the ileelaion tf
the people. 1. 1
1'or CUy Clerk.
At lh reipieat uf tnsny frlsmla, t un a candi
date; for the ofhce of City Clerk, etibject to the de
eiaionof the l)mocrtlc party.
M1CIIAKI. J. H'JWi.KT.
HT1I.I. IN TUB VIV.UI.
W are authorised lo announce the name of J.
T. THOMAS at eandidale for the office of City
Clerk at the eniulog municipal election. til
(My Clerk' orrire.
Cairo, 111., January in, 1171.
Notice la hereby (ji-en, that ther will be a gen-
era atliarter election nei'i
ON Tt'ESIIAT tain !rtlh oat or KKIIRL'AItY,
in thr City of Cairo, la the county of Alexander,
in ine niMeoi lllinoia, mr in puri9- 01 eieem
A City Clerk,
A City Treasurer,
A City Marshal,
A Cilv Attornrr. and
fix Member" of the Heleet Gonnell, aa foltowas
One Member from the lint Ward,
One Member from the Hrond War I,
One Member from the Third Wart,
One Member from the Fourth Ward, mcI
Two Members from the City.ai!,rje.
One Memle-r of the Iloaid of Aldermen Irom
t he Kir. I Wan).
Three JIerrilr of the tame trom the Heon'i
One Member ol the ame frnm the ThirJ
Tmi .Memt r of the .aine from the Fourth
I'ullewill ) opened in the dlfirrent wards a
In the rint Ward, at the onVe formerly known
McKentle Oo.'e, corner ot hixth ireet and
waah nuton atenue ,
In the Reeood Ward, at the engine houee of the
In the Third Ward, in the IliMrnlan Kira Com.
pany'a enslne house, near the corner of Tnelfih
rireeian'i uoinmertiai afrnue)
In the Fourth Ward, at the court-home.
Poll will t. opened at a o'clock a.m., and
t;oel atCnVok p.m.of eaid -tli dar of Febril.
ary, A. 1). U71. J.NO. IIKOWN, City Clerk.
"cAiiio and na!si7villk
The following eteamer ee Cairo
on the days and at the houra Ulow.iuir.fJ
TALISMAN, Kvury MonJy ul 6 p.m.i
TYRON K, Evory ThtmtUy, t S p.m. ;
I.UMSDEN, Every .SaturJuy, nt t, p.m.
For FreJuht r l'anjr;e apply on loiM, or to
1IIOO.S &. MALI.OKY,
janWUlf) 74 OHIO l.KT.
C'AIKO AM) l'AIHJCAlI
The bea'itlful and light draught ate.mie r
RORIir MKDLtY..... ....Maatr.
I.eafea Cairo ilaile at 5 p.m., ajd 1'a.luoh daily
at 1a.m. Ilarlng uj-inor :-oinmo'liticn a I e
eblicita public patronage.
CW. IU.VXI., H. I ltf
IDKNCK-Corner Ninth and Walnut
FKICK-Corner With Street and Ohio Urea
OKFICE JIOURS-Krom 9 ,m. f II m., and
WILLIAM R. SMITII,9I.I
KKHIDKNCB No, 21, Thirteenth re e
etween Wihlotftoa Atenu and Walnut Btri.
OI'KC '. WC Comeirlal Avenue, ui Hklra
fVARD.FJI, Ht. I Cairo
iIlKSIIlKNCK Corner of Nineteenth at..
and Waihigton ate. OKKICK On Comnn'tvlui
ave., over (he PottotCce, OFFICB ;OirKH
Irom IKa m to l rn., (suodaia eiceptedl and
front '. to 5 p m.
UOlct', 130 Commercial Atoune.
Omcellouri, Nto 10 n.ui , V 1 la I p tit,
He. i. le nee, No, U, Ninth atrtel, Cairo 111,
j n. iiiillTfnv to.,
(Succeaaort to K, II. llendrlcki Co.l
Wliarf - Boat
LIBERA I, AUVAlfrRN 3MADE ON C4IN.
aWAre prepared to reeelie, ttor and forwaid
frrlttht to all polnbi, and buy and sell on com.
Wllu.lnen attended tn
Cairo Turner Society
Beg letve to announce a
For Monday Erenlng, Feb. , 1871S
Kre rylcff.irt will be put forth by the managers
to render the occasion Ihu moit entertaining and
'recherche affair of the kind evor held in the city,
Jan, 1 iltl
mfor mln" '
Neatly flttlri booti unJ shoos at
Hti.a.nd's liuuto Is being rnjiidly moved
to It destined location.
hf weighing 4C2J.
th(! buU'llIT, llllS A
Prior. II, Sands, tho world renowned
tn(i(,'lylari and Vuntrlloqulitlt coining.
Foil platoN and cartridge and howlo
knlvc, o dlrec: to I. Ncfli, No. 71 Ohio
Pitor, II. Sanijb, the world renowned
mslcirui nnd VuntrlloqttUt U coiiilnij.
A LAitnc atock or fumltlilriK rooJs of nil
klmlt nlwnyt rm Imnd fit 1. Nell's, No. 7!)
Ohio Livi'f. (IccOtf
Nor Tkh. Tlio sldowitlk, so wo wero
infonneJ, had broken firo of tho rlb of n
getitleinnn of tlift Fourth Ward, hut tho
printer Incrrntcd tho numhor to ttn.
O.iK hundred prcicntigl von nwiiy every
night by Poof, II. Sand's cntertnlnmcnti.
Thu best muglclan now truTellng. Thirtv-
twoyciri experience. Tho croat Euro
IlinERNtANtt. A meeting of thu Hiber
nian Fire Company will be held on Mon
day cYcnlng, February Ctb, for tho purpotc
of tnklng action on thu new Constitution
and Ily.I.awi, liyordorof tho Coiupnnv.
JOHN MILLER, Secy.
Why will our friends run the rltk of be
coming blind by wearing common SpccU
cln, when they can procure the moit por
feet Krtlcle tlmt has yet boen made, by
calling at our old friend Tabcr Ilrot' tho
well known jewelers and get a pair of
Lazarus k Morris' Perfected SpectAcles
Don't delat. febldaw&lm
SKFiE.VAirEM. The .i.olian Screnaileri
favorcl us with an clnborato entertain
ment, conslitingof vocal and inilrumental
mutlc, on Thursday night, nenr-about tho
tiinu when church yards yawn and graves
give up their dead. The mutlc was deli
cious and w hopo the crenaders will
(Jo to Ewell A: Jacob, and seo Leonard
& CVt improved II rait Jet Lamp, which
can bo tiled in every manner al-out the
houtc. They cannot bu broken. No
chimneys to break, no danger of explosion.
Can be uied with Aurora oil or Oinoline
The Tt'K.vcR'g Ham.. Tho grand mai-
querado ball of the Turner's to b s;lTcn
on Monday night next, rouit not lo for
gotten. It will be a grand affair. Tho
coitutnei will bo unl'iuo and gorgeous
tho musts splendid the occasion one long
to be remembered.
A Phoi'. Nothing i better proof of
the excellence of an nrticlo than tho fre
quency of Imitations of It.
Thvso tountcrflti are tho universal trl-
buto which worthltnv.i pays to merit.
Tho sterling worth and popularity of tho
Charter Oak Stove U utMUxl by this
Mk. F. Vixcknt, ono of our old-time
citizens, proposes to put up lil letidid
residence for $7,000, and iliiposo of it by
gift enterprise. The property coit Mr.
Vincent from10,000 to $1'J,000. Tlio
t!ckrt! will bo 12.50 each ; and wo ttru
sure the drawing will b conducted hon
estly. TaiiKK IlKOTIIKIlx, 63 Ohio Levee, will
iivreaftor keep ronstuntly on hand, direct
from the Eti'lcrn manufacturers the very
bot winter -trained purillodtperm oil, for
uwlng machinos nnd nil flno nnd light
machinery. This oil has never yet been
superceded by nny of tho manufactured
oils, as it never gums or is directed by tho
Accident to Jahk- English. A let.
ter from Healer's Landing, La., inform
us that James English, f this city, whilo
attomp'.lng to tire hi pistol, prematurely
discharged several barrels, m.d wounded
his left hand, tearing the two middle
lingers In a fearful manner. Mr. Eng
lih' surgeon thinks it probable, thuttho
fingers may bo saved.
NKW "ItlCUMO.S'Uh. ' It U artid til lit
31 r. Henry Winter propotc to muko a
raco for thu position of Mayor, and a num
ber of his friends are already talking him
up. Ho is, they say, a stronger man than
Mr. Wilson, and would make as good a
Judge Mulkoy it mentioned nt tho poi
si bio Select Councilman for tho Sccoud
Ward, and Mayor Wilson in ono of tho
Board of Alderracn. In tho Hrtt Ward,
Mr. Higgs, tho popular steamboat agent,
has boen suggested for a scat among the
PRor.H. Sands, tho world renowned
magician and Ventriloquist is coming.
TllK meat market of Gayor & Co., at tho
torncr of Washington avenuo ,and Tenth
utroet, is ono of "Institutions." of tho city.
It is not only abundantly supplied with
tho best of pork, beef, veal, mutton lamb,
nausage, etc., but It presents an ftr 0f
cleanliness and order that is rarely icon in
establishments of liko character.
Oayor & Co. have had many years ex.
porience as butchers, and havo long ago
learned that it paya best to keep lino moats
and command Ilrst-class custom. For
cholco moats, thorcforo, cut In i neat and
skillful nmnnor, goto "Tho Peoplo's.Meat
Market," presided ovor by (layer & Co
Entron or Thk l)fu.KTi.vt Sometlmo
ago, I received at my homo, at Courtland,
Alabama, tho sad nows that my son, Jm.
1)., had been killed on tho track of tho Illi
nois Central railroad t Cairo ft son
whoto whereabouts I know nothing, whot
ndvonturoti .disposition had carried him
out In search of a Ufa of excitement whll
ho was yet too young to appreclato tb
world. I nefd not say that 1 was shocked
that I loft my home, ud.'nlmoit broken
down to ascertain if my poor boy s boJy
had received Christian burial, expecting
only that cold consideration at tho hand
of strangers which cxpcrlcnco has taugh
mu Is tho fashion of tho world. Uut, when
I arrived In Cairo. I was at onco surprised
and filled with gratitude by tho kind treat
mcntof tho citizens in contact with whom
I was thrown. They wero nil kind, par
ttcularly Mr. A. LImbcrt and Mr. J. S
Williams, engineer. Hut, especially are
my most henrt-fi'lt thanks duo to Mr
J. S. Johnson, tho agent at Cairo, and to
Mr. A, Mitchel, assistant superintendent,
who havo given mo a poor man tho
ability to carry tho body of my son to
last resting place near my home. Tho
memory of theso kindnesses can novor bo
blltorated from my rnlnd. I shall re
member with grateful klndncM to tho end
of my years Cairo and Its delicate and sub
stantial klndnen. JAMES J. PEA HUE.
Cairo, February 3, 1871.
Strcn-otii to tiik Hlood. Without a
certain proportion of Iron, tho blood
loses its strength and purity. Hlood en
ters every organ through tho circulation,
distributing tho nutrativo principle to
every texture and tho sourco ol every
secretion; honco tho Importance of keep
ing It duly enriched. If it has become
weak, tho entire system will bo weak, and
tho danger of incurring disease Imminent;
In short, good blood makes us healthy
bad blood makes us sick. Hero wo oro
admonished of the superior advantages of
MISHLEP.S IIKIClt IlITTEItS. Tho
Ironlntheio Hitters It readily absorbed
Into tho circulation, and n strong
nnd vigorous constitution created. Tho
circulation l regulated by them, and if
any organ bo weaker than tho rest, the
debosits which cuuo boils, carbuncles,
tumors, lumps c, aro checked and re
moved, and a healthy tono impratcd to
tho entire system- It always curet, and
never falls to provcntdioasoarlilng from
Impure blood fubleadAwlw
Cohe ro Oriei'. Yostorday morning, a
St. Louis iharper, by tho namo of Charley
Williams, alias Green (col'd), accosted a
Kentucky darkey and showed him a strap,
which, by colling In a certain manner tho
loop could always bo caught. Greeny tried It
three times and caught It every time. Just
at this time sharper No. 'J stepped up and
tried the experiment, but failed in ovcry
attempt to catch tho loop, and expressed
his wllllngnesi to bot $:!0 that no
tierson on earth could catch it. At that
moment constable Arnold stepped up and
caught him. Ho was taken before Judgo
IlroM, who fined him $Xt and costs. Hav
Ing no money, ho Is now working on tho
streets. lie, howover, ditnatched to fet.
L-u! instructing his "Moll" to send 00
byoxprcs, in order that ho might release
himself from ll nbo.
Intend to Hln. Mcurn. Illrd and
Scott, prominent republicans of this city
negroi's went at tno Clerk's oiUco vestor
day, to ascertain what kind of bonds must
bo given by tho City Clerk and Mur.hal.
Hlrd will lo tho Hudloal candidato for
Clerk, and Scott, either the Hadlcal candi
date for M arshal, or n candidato Indepen
dent of tho party.
New PiioTOrtRAi'ii Gai.lkkv. Mr.
Worthington, has fitted tip a suit of pho
tograph rooms, Jabovo Hockwell A Co.,s
in splendid stylo, and informs us of his
determination to 'bo par rxetlhnct tho
photographer ol Southern Illinois. Mr.
Worthington comes to the citv well ro-
commended, nnd with specimens of works
which exhibit great skill In his art.
Thk railroad traveler will find a
remedy that U pleaant and perfectly
harmless and a euro preventive of tho
evil olivets from Constipation or chango of
water and diet, by using Simmon-' Liver
1 1 eg u I a t o r. J a n'-'.Vl n w I w
Oxk hundred presents given away every
night by Prof. II. Sand's entertainments.
Tho best magician now traveling. Thirty
two years experience. Tho great Euro
Haiti.!:. Thero will bo a ralllo for a
Spencer rifle, and a free danco at tho Gib
sonllouie, corner Fourth street and Com
mercial nvonue, this (Saturday) evening,
February 4 lis .
Wantkd, A female servant, white or
black, to do chamber work in n small fam
ily, and nurio. To good help, the highest
wages will bo paid. Address "Enmtiror,
Tiioi.'m.vnus attest Its vlrtures, and from
till quarturs of tho Globe como testimon
ials of wonderful cures porformod by Sim
mon's Liver Hegulator. foblda&wlm
It' you want a good, stylish and well
fitting suit of clothes, mndo to ordor, you
mttst go to P. Notl", No. 7'J Ohio Lovco,
Is Town. Mr. Hcnjamln Muun, now
of Chicago, U in tlio city, in attendance
upon tho Circuit Court as a witness
Don't you want a chnnco'.' .las. Gray
will ralllo ofl'u navy rovolvor, at his saloon
on Commercial avenuo, on noxt Saturdoy
Hki'aired. Yesterday Mcllalo repaired
tho Illinois Central -cwor, which was,
.Maffiiineenl I'roperlr Habile Sale
I will soil my residence, located nt tho
corner of 24th street and Holbrook ave
nue, at public sale, on Saturday noxt, at
11 o'clock, a.m.. at tha court hcuie. It
contains nlno large and elegant rooms, i
largo cemented cellar, with a brick found.
tionundor tho whole house. Outbouse are
complote, Including a fine two-story born
Tho house is located on eight lots, ono and
a half feet nbovo grade. Tho grounds
are adorned with a largo and ehoico selec
tion of fruit trees, vines, shrubs and flow
Opportunity will bo given to examine
tho premises to those desiring to purchase.
Terms of sale; One-half aih, balance
In one and two years at ten per cent, per
annum. Sntt jwiititt.
JOEL G. MORGAN.
Cairo, Fob. 4th, 1871.
"The Star." Tho grrat number of ad
vertisements which havo been secured for
The Star has mado it necessary that wo
should publish u larger sheet than at first
was our intention ; and, In order to do so
In a manner satisfactory to ourselves, we
havo concluded to not Issue tha Initial
number of the now series of our paper un
til ono week from to-morrow, when It will
appear with a new head, now advertising
typo and on fine paper. We havo resolved
to mako TKt Star a succesi, and take
ploasuro in laying that tho patronage wo
havo so far rccolvod goes far beyond our
most tanguino expectations. At an ad
vertising modlum TKt Star will be the pv
per of Cairo, as Its rates will bo 'exceed
ingly cheap, and It will bo a visitor to
every family in tho city.
F.GALIGHEH A CO.
P.Kumocs Hevival. Tho series of
meotings at tho Methodist Churcb, In this
city, still continues, with Increasing Inter
est. About twelve persons have connected
themselves with tho Church, and otheri
havo exprosscd their determination to do
so. Her. Fred. L. Thompson, tho pastor
of tho charge, has conducted the exorcises,
and has Infused Into his congregation some
of his own enthusiasm. There will be no
services at tho Churcb to-night ; but to
morrow (Sunday) Mr. Thompson will
preach at half-past 10 a.m., and In tho
evening at half-past 7 o'clock. The ser
mon In tho evening will be addressed par
ticularly to children and young pooplo.
The parents and the public generally aro
Elkoant Hkmdknce for Salx. We
direct attention to a notice elsewhere,
that Mr. Morgan will sell his reslden ce
on Saturday noxt at publlo sale. Ee
desires to dispose of his valuable and
beautiful reildenco in order to go Into
business, and to be better ablo to conduct
It with sixes nnd profit. Anyone desir
ing to purchase nn elegant home, here Is
tho best opportunity ever offered In
Cairo. It is pleasantly located, the
housa is largo and substantially built In
fact wo may say a complete residence In
every rcsjtect. No such opportunity will
be offered In Cairo again. Read tho
Hoo, Witiioct Homint. Thore was an
interesting hog case trleJabefore Ksqulre
Shanncssy yosterday. Mr. Potrle charg
ed Arthur Iloylc with taking four of his
hogs, nnd Mr. Hoylo asserted that Mr.
Petrio was mistaken. On this laiun the
parties went to trial, nnd a jury of six
citizens brought in a verdict of $49, we
believe, for Petri?. It Is so cany to make
a mistake in hogs. Albright appeared
for Petrie and Munn for Hoyle. Wo in
tended to publish tho evidence, but out of
consideration for tl e feelings of Mr. Hoylo
came to tho conclusion that wo would dli
Hilts tho subject with a brief notice.
Scitir Canceled. Since tho 12th of
March, last, city scrip has beon cancelled
and destroyed us follows:
March, $ 786 G
April 1,733 00
.May UiU uo
June 1,407 01
July, 1,602 00
September, 3J2 00
November, ,itvj at
December. 3,2'.'2 87
January, 8,024 43
Total $2G,3C1 48
Closing Uut Sale.
Twenty-flvo thousand dollars worth of
ready.mado clothing, hats, caps, boots,
shoos, trunks nnd valeses are offered for
alu by P. Net!, 70, Ohio Lovee, at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, it 1-olng In
tention to close out in that lino and em
bark exclusively and more extensively in
tho furnishing goods nnd morchant tailor
This closing out miIo furnishes an oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheaper than
over beforo offered In this markot.
Attkntion, SikKniohtsI A regular
Conclavo of Cairo Commandery. No. 13,
will bo held at tho Asylum in tho city of
Cairo, on this (Saturday) evening, Fob
nary 4th, 1871. Sojourning Sir. KnlgbtJ
aro courteously invited to attend.
JAS. S. REARDKN, Rocordor.
License. City Treasurer Taylor re
ceived for licenses during the month of
January, 7,000. Llccnsos during tho
year will amount to about $14,000; and,
what is to bo rejoiced at, the city bas re
ceived it a7. Tho manner of their colloc
tion is so porfect, that ''leakage" is impos
Ir tou want a pair of boots mado to or
tier, out of tho best matorial, and in tho
most fashionable and durable manner, go
to Wm. Ehlcrs, on Twentieth street, op-
po;to thel court house, tf
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Jtew Timo Tnblc.
On and after 12:30, p.m., Sunday, Dec.
4th, tho following tlmo table will govern
tho arrival and dcpurluro of passenger
trains nt Cairo:
Mall train loaves nt..
Express, 11 11 at...
St. Louis nnd Cairo ExpresM
leavesat 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leave nt...l'J:30 p.m.
Mnll arrives 2:05 a.m.
Express, arrives 12:21 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
arrives 4:45 p.m.
The last named train leaves St. Louis at
10:30 a.m. Trndors can leavo Cairo at 1:20
a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:25 a.m., remain
n tho city tbrco hours, and return to
Cairo at 4:15 p.m., the snmcday.
Tha 12:.10 accommodation nnd Cairo and
St. Louis express Iaovo duly j all others
leavo dally except Sundays.
Way passengers should bear In mind that
tho 3:3o p.m., train make only four stop
pings between Cairo and Ccntralla, viz:
Joncsboro, CArbondale, Du Quoin and
Aslilcy. I no rJ:30 p.m.. train stops at all
tho stations along the route.
dcc3tf Agent, Cairo,
Ex Sheriff Mtern hiu gone into the
Flous Cholco Family Flour In bbls
half bbls., sacks, &c, for sale at tho Egyp
tian Mills. au
One hundred presents givon away cvory
night by Prof. II. Sand's entertainments.
The best magician now traveling. Thirty-
two yean experience Tho great Europe
Pnor. n. Sands, tho world renowned
magician and Ventriloquist is coming.
HiERooLYrincs. For Norman's Cha
lybeate Cough Syrup trade mark of
hieroglyphics go to Humm, solo agent,
corner Eighth street and Commercial ave
nue. Frosh Garden and Flour Seeds, Import
ed and domestic, in great variety, of the
most reliable, and supplied In any quanti
ty by Bristol & Stillwell No. 32 Eighth
Tut Aurora. On. requires a different
burner from that which is used with coal
oil. Ask for tho Sun-hlngo burner, which
is tho best In use. Sold by Evrell & Jacob,
05 Ohio Lcvcc.
DiuJ. F. IUmdall, offlcoon Seventh
and Washington streets, Treat all Chronic
complaints. Oontultationi Frte. Tells
yourdlseaso without asking any question.
Tho Doctor remains only one we ok. Call
and seethe Dr., It costs you nothing.
The Kitchen liur.EN. In all house
holds, wherever used, tho Charter Oak
Stove Is the domestic queen, rjmlles and
good naturo pervado her kingdom, and her
subjects nro always free from family Jars
and kitchen disturbances. jan25dawll
Dance and Rajtlk. Thero will bo a
dance, and raffle for a fine navy rcvolvo
on Saturday night, Fobrnary 4th, at James
Gray's aaloou, on Commercial avenue,
two doors below Twentieth street. Chan
ces, fifty cents caah.
One hundred prcsonts given away eve
ry night by Prof. II. Sand's entertain"
mcnts. Tbo best magician now tra cling.
Thirty-two years cxporlenci. The great
tif Huiincss continues very good at
kjy- Tlio Cumberland is still rising with
thirteen feet on Ilarputh Slionls.
42 Tho river 1ms rien two feet since
HaT Tho Gliwgow Ailed out hem with
150 tons all she wanted.
ajr Tho St Joseph ditchurKcd CH bales
cotton hero for reshipment vast per rail.
Tho St. Murvs laid over until yes
tordny morning and received 170 tons for
Memphis and way points.
Jgy Tho friends of John AV. Howiuftn,
clork of tho Arthur, ofTor a rownrd of $160
for tho recovory of his body.
(isT-Tlio Mississippi hits becomo sta
tlonttry at St, Louis after rising four foot.
Thero Is now nlno feet water to tlint port,
and twenty foot bolow Cairo.
kjrJ-TlioOMo is 'falling at l'ittsliurg
with twelve feet sis Inches in tho channel,
hut rising at Louisrillo with seven foot
over tho falls.
IsaT The weathor was clear yesterday.
Tho temperature was 30 degroes at day
light, 50 at noon, and 40 uftor dark. A
warm south wind presaging rain.
MafTheOroesbcck, which struck tho
rocks on tho falls and sunk on tho Port-
laud wharf when sho was left dry by tho
fall of the river, sometime ago, has floated
offon the present rlso andgonoto Cincin
nati for repairs.
Tho Lumsden brought 250 empty
barrols for Fulton &. Sons, Cairo, 125 sks
dried fruit, 20 sks peanuts for Chlcsgo,
43 rolls leathor, 72,000 feet cedur lumbor
for St. Louis, 100 bbls llour, 8 mules 0
tons sundries for rcshipmont south.
Tho Jas. Fisk, Jr, brought out 33
bundles wagon material, 0 bbls whisky
for roshipmcnt south, 200 bundles hubbs,
10 bxs axo bandies for St. Louis, and tho
following for Cairo: IlallidHy Bros., 102
ski wheat. Chas (leyqr, 2 calves, (1, D. I
Williamson 3 bbls potatoes, 1 bikt eggs.
Hnllnrd Warehouso 1 hhd tobacco. Capt.
Hughe 1 mammoth droned hog, weigh
ing 500 lbs
. i . i.atim
Hf" Tho Marblo City discharged 123
bales cotton, -II rolls leather, 428 sks dried
fruit, 300 dry hides, 10 pfcgs furs, for rc
shipment north per rail, and received tho
St.Louts freight brought out by tho Jnf.
Fisk, John Lumsdcnand Idlowild, re
ported In this column.
JSyTho Idlowild brought out 71 sks
wheat, and a lot of castor beans and sun- I
dries for rcshlpmcnt to St. Louts, 70 bbls
potatoes. 15 bbls whisky, 107 bales hnj,
320 ski corn, 76 sheep, C tons sundries for
rcshlpmcnt south, and tho following for
Cairo: Chns. Qallighor 33 llour bnrrcl
15 sks wheat. !H. S. Harrell.3 doz wooden
chairs. Stocklloth & Co., 73 bbls whisky.
Thos. Green 100 bbls potatocx.
BUT A delegation cf Western men aro
in Washington, urging upon Congress
tho noccssity of establishing a system of
buoy, light-houses nnd other signals
along our western rivers to point out tho
channel In d.tngrous localities. Millions
of dollars aro spent ovcry year on light-
housos &c., for tho bcnctlt of our foreign
commerce, whilo a vory small amount,
compitruttvelv, has been given for tho
benefit of tho commcrco of tho great
Mississippi and Ohio Valleys, although tho
latter has been proven to bo twlco as
valuable as tho former.
MkTITho Cincinnati Commercial of
Thursday last hns n very amblgtiouo ar
ticle In relation to n "sand bar at Smith
land, near Padttcah," for the removal of
which, by Congress, tho Comirrcfa says
thero is n petition circulating among
merchants and stcamboatmcn. As thero
Is no sand bar nt Smlthland it is probable
Ureters to tho dam at tho head of Cum
berland Island. If stcamboatmcn know
their best Interests thoy would not sign it,
but endeavor to havo the dam repaired,
as that will not only glvo nn outlet for
Cumborland rivor, but cut out two very
bad bars to good depth, and avoid a third.
Tin ind Hollorf Ware, Clothes Wringer
Toilet Warts Coal Hods, lire
Shovels, Air Grntfi,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron
"W 1. XI. 30,
No. 166 Washington Ave
ItanHiiff. -ullcrlnaT anil all klittle or
Jot. work Hon nt Mnortcut -folic,
A fa Discovery in Pharmacy
"Tlic-riM no rn.ii'lni' ancotrnt liiturlnirills
f .ii l'i.".hllin. Coulil It Iw a'lmlDiirrnl
without k nntf naln. It hoiiM aii.r 'l all olhrr
vatlmrtlr." flootlaiiJ'a Melieal Wnrka, Vol. 3.
Thx illarovrry I rlalm lo have niajo a llirjcorn.
poumlio ii T rui.iiijrlia will) mil.! Uiatlt oj In
such a manner as to main a inIM an l lraant
cathartic llitt can lm a.lmlnl.tirt"l no nil ucca
alona.tu uM or rouii,1, inl or female, without
rauaini; Irnutlun nn'1 coni"iint pain. Tin
coinpwn'l I call Dr. lloorUu't'e l'o.oj,(i)llin, or
aiilKtitnt for Miacvai I'liu I li ialr.n thrm
niys.lf, an'l unit tlicm inuiy fauuljr as well as In
inr prattle furtlio Usttuo jruara, uiiluraUclr
cumslani'favilii'iii afuiliirtu) watlri'licativl, vtltli
llir mini aatufactory rranlts. It act squally upon
Ihn a-rretury nn l .lio.tuo oralis, promntiiu
nlrlno ilix-liirgp In a natural niannor, rIh).
nnl.l 't acnto vnatijh thorouitlilv cleans ilia
lom'l. uf impurlti", C'Ting lutur il Iudo to Hid
Ki'iiituI y.im. During tl.e r""' fiftn jcira of
my practice I hive ufl all thu il.ilcr.'in purKJ
then In llii Mtlcm MiMllcawith tutlitlluantislitu.
tl'in. Manynf tlieni auch aa Kiw.nn anl (ilailr
SaIi., C.ilnincl, JIircury, tntl-ollm-., rallurln
an l l.ltrr l'ill lonnumrroiiatiiii.iilion,all h.iru
i almilrr elt't. Tln-y aro ilra.ne In tlinli mtluro
iiii'l liy to ureal a.,tinljr,iluiialt Ilia ayatem liy
.Irnlnirit. the Itnvtt'lt rtf thu tuttirul tlmla. ulunsa
nKi'.sary to prnmoto Mi tin, con.eqiicnlly
proijiii'ini; I'll, CiiKiinipnnni l.mr C"m juniiir .
itii'l .1 lout- Irtln of ilie.i.eln'icent In theilleea
Iisk nr'in, iii-ii'ii'l ul rclivsini; a iiilrn io.l,
wli.lo tli roniH)iinl I liaso iliaioriTfl, by II.
mihl aperi'iitoprrKiim. -! In is enll inu
nient tii-m the iiiII liiii'.tinoa anil I.lvvr. relies-
iheiu uf all utiitriictiun. anJ iiiiiK"r:iuu lln
wliole aalelU. . , , . ,
I eon.l.ler these Pills sreat arlilesement in
the hiiii.iU o HC'licine, aul mn.t roipwlfully
aollcit your ln.iii;atlon, and feel aa.iirnl on a
fair trial smtssill mlore all I hart) aitut in their
fusor. (v iii-lliaj in Irentlnit kiioIi illeae a
Foul Ureaili, l.uer Coinpl nui, Iiyapepaiu. Con
allMtlon ol th Hfl-Jels, Bilious CompHinta, iin.l
neatly all illeae of Hie itlae.tite origan lua
ri..l ... ii..dn- Ihf. Iw.wi'la with Ihu l'lll.a
then iiiinniny Hitler uml Tonic to imnKihfn ami
liivifc'oruie, an. i III an ca.e wnrrn irvprr i'
Hon waa uaiil lu the ilirectlona the ilner.e ttoiihl
vil.l wlihoiit fmiher treatmenl. I ahoillil haso
uillfl attention to the fill beforo now but have
iir t teen alilo to umly I no Homo n-manu ior
them. I have recently inoreal my facilities for
maniifiu'turina', anil am now proparel to fully sup.
pis' tho wania of all, either in l-rue or .rn.li
qiunt'llea. To fc'cominoJ lie Ihoa at n llitance
until they can ! obumml m ry Kirat-Class
UriigHloro In Iho country, I hire ailopteit tho
following iirloes br mail lo any rnrt of tha Uniteil
On. Hoi, jioat.palJ
Three " '
Hix " "
(I.) " "
AuMren, C. M. KVA.Nri,
lelr.Mlf CH Arch Street, Phil ulelphU, Pa.
the new axi fashionable
Shaving & Hair Dressing
la now open lo the eiluensnf Cairo, Waaliinc,
a nice clean Mime, ami lUlr Cuttiuireau ht
IIcdnrrH,Xo. 10 tilliNti'ocl.
I itm lTeparcl to tin all Llmls of ornamental
HalrworV watch icuanU anl tra.'elela.
Ilalr Ireaalni ilune in the latest mul het alyl-..
I will ko to thehou.eaof tLo.o unatletocom4 to
Call on 9Io.
Ann rule, the perfume, now tn ue hate &o per
nun ency. An hour or two after their ue, there
no trace ot perfume left. Howillflerent In the re
stilt succeeding the use of Mnrrj ami Lanmia
Florl'la Water. Iiajrs after Itt application the
hinilkerchiet exhale. a most Iel!ffhtftil,llirat
oil agreeable Irairance. marMeodty
ALTER Ac MT ALO.N Y.
AND DEALERS IN
Eighth St., between. Washington 4
AslJolnliiK ltlttenhoiiie at llanssy'sw
Keep the beat of Hf, Pork, Motion, Val, Lamb.
Pauanite, !?., and are prepare! lo crt citnaaa
initio most itcceptabln manner. octls-ltf
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
Cairo, - m m m xilrxolaw
"Orders filled promptly and
ho fullest satisfaction guaran
teed.. JAMES K'N ANTON
AND PE.U.EIt IN ALL
KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Cor. 10th and Poplar HU,
Cairo, - - - - Illinois.
IlursanJ laughters only Ui lest cattle, hog
J alip, aal i, pr"r-J to till an demand to
ah mcanta from no pounj U tn thouiaa
Q.IIEEX & GILBERT,
TT0KNEY3 AND COUSSELLOttS AT
William II. flrrtn, )
William II. S.lltitrl. V CAIRO. U.S.
niltw Sllllirrl, )
special att-ntiua gnn to AJmirallj as J Sltao
OIBca on Ohio t,T(r. Itooms 7 and
over siiy .-sasiotisti sjaak.
jl.VL'UAIl, JIl'.V.V -V lOIE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
I. T. Lint-gar,
l. W. Munn,
P. 11. folic.
CM I BO, ILL.
Street. WlnWt'a Mock.
H3IYT1I dc CO.,
Alao, keep conaMntly on hand a mast com
pleta stock ol
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Pod, Madeiia, fa., Catabaw
Wo are njnN tor J. Hel.l Jt Co.'a Celebrata
Wo ae eicluahely for Cash, to which (act
Invite the atlenlion of cloao harnlu hujsrs
Special attention area to fllllnj orders.
H. M. HULEN
A N I
lias Ucmorcd to His Old Stu
I3 Commercial jvenue
Where he solicit a continuance of palronag
hlaforinercuato mera, aa wll as that of aamaa
nc onea as may a.vitpriniegroccrlet.proTisloosy
etc., reiiiarkiitily cheap for caah.
Term i btrictly caah, tor which b will tall
over than the loweal. Tti
A Store Room
OS COMMKKCIAI, AVENUE. BETWEEN S1H
AM) 11' 11 STUEET3, A.NI A
llsveliluix IIouss an Nlatb Mtrsal.
For particulars apply at tha City Prut? Stor
uai riAimUJeU wlth coal
tJLASSWAUK auJun';,ln(;0 hntlM) whlgb
.a use. Sold by B woll & Jacob,
185 auo Levee.