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THE C-A-IO IBTJXjIjETIIN", FEBK,UA.K"Z" 5.
I'or C'lly Atloriity.
We are Htithor.r.il lo Announce John M. f.an.
Jon k a oniliJuto for re-election to thn nlTlco of
City Attorney il thn ensuing 'nutilelpal election.
I'or City Marshal,
We ire atithoriteil to announce ANDHKW CAIN
a. acamllilate for the office of City Marthal, .lib
retto tho decision of the lii-rnovratlo party.
We are ultionzcil to ntinoiittcx thftt IIKNItV T.
.MAUTINvrill bcinllUlfi for the office of City
Marshal, tit tlio tniulnij, charter election, tub
t to tliederMlon of the Democratic party.
Wn nrn nutliurixeil to annnunuo I'AL'I, W.
Al.l.IlN ft an independent candidate for the, ofC(
of Oily Marihnl, auiijeet only to the tleoNlon of
l'nr Illy Clerk.
At tho n-Uet of in my friend., I am a candi
date, for tin' flttli-e of Cly Clerk, .nbject lothe tie
cui'.tiof the iMnocrallo party.
.mioiiai:i, J. iiowi.i:t.
UTII.h IN TIIK yiV.U).
Wo arc anthorKud lo aniiouiico tho name or J.
T. THOM AS a candidate; for the office, of City
1 1'ik at the entiling municipal election. 1 1
Cairo, III., January 21, HTI.
Notice n hereby given, tliat there will he gen
eral rharter election luld
ON 'I I'KrilMT " Sth i'r or KKMKI.'AKT,
A, I'. HTI,
in ihei .iy of Cairo, In the county of Alexander,
in Iho MUleof IlliliOit, lor thl HirKe of elcxt
A City A Homey, and
HiMeniher. or the Select Council, fj:
fne Member from the Klrat Ward,
)ne Memher from thn Second Waril,
)ne Memtier from the Thiril Waul.
nt Member from the Fourth Ward, at,i
Tno .Members from the Cily.at-ljirKe.
Jn Member of the, Hoard of Aldermen from
ine rir.i want,
. Three MemU-ra of the, iHoi' from the Swoii'
Ono Member ol the ftmo from the Tl.lr
Tn M.mUcr. of lh eanie from the fourth
I'H will Ut openeil in Dm ilutereot wirli
Ib the Flrtt Ward, at the offkn formerly known
.lEiirniif 4 w. i, corner oi ruin .treei an
In the peeon'l Want, at the enRine houe of I
Alab Klre Cntnlnoyi
IntheTlnril W.ril. In the llilrnlan Tire Co
lHy a eni(iB haute, near the corntr of Twelfth
virertaiHi tyornmerriki arenue j
In llie Kon Ml, Ward, at theroim-houie.
rll will b o-ne. at a oVhe-k a.m.. iwi'l
c.ixe.i ai r,n eink ii.m. or !th dar of Febru
ary, A l. HTI. JNO. iiW.V, Cify Clerk.
caiuo am) na'siTvimTk "
The Mlsainj; alramera leate Olrn
von namii villi:
on the days a&J at the hour below. narneJ
TAI.Ii5.MAN Every Monday at & p.m.;
TYItONK, Every Thurtday, (it 5 p.m. ;
I.U.M.SDEK, Every Saturday, at o p.m.
For Fre.Kht or l'aMg cjly on b-.arJ, or to
IlKiCS .; .MALLOItV,
,n. :nf r oiiio i.r.vr.ir.
('A I HO AM) r.UiL'CAII
Tho bvAUtiful anl ) iffttt iImivM terner
J AMESF1SX, .TR
iiousi:v N3ii:ii.i:r. ...jiiier,
I.etteaCairu It l ai'pni., aj'l I'a'lucali daily
at'ia.ii. Ilatinir a'ipertor n .(itnmo'iation be
o.. it. publ.c pjironie.
t( V. IUM., 51. 1), ile
' IDKNCK-Cornar Ninth and Walnut
FKICK-Corner With Hlreet an l Ohio Ixitti
OKFICK IIOUHH-Krom a.m. u It ro an!
WILUinU. KM ITU, M . I
ItKHIDKNUK-.Vo.ll, Thirteanth ree
. iween Washington Avenue and Walnut 6trrt,
OI'FC K- 1 Coinrrclal Aienue, u .!nir
KM'AHU.VKU, yt. !., Ciilro
UK"iIKNCK Comer nf Nine Ireoth el..
.. . I Wa.lniiion at. OFFICK On Cominen'lal
ar . ever Hie hnttRi'B. OFFICK Wol'KS
(".in ( m to IS in, itloda) eli'epled, and
fi in i to 1 p III.
jy .i.juti(jii.i.n, ,tr. i.
Onice, UUi .Coiiiincrclal Awn no.
Oltlrit lluiira, Hlo 10n iu,d; ln:ii.in,
ilr. .lenee.No. II.Nmtli lreel, Cairo III.
f M. I'HlI.LIPSaVCO.,
8u. ci s.ora to K. II. llcoJrlvk 4 Co.l
wnarf - Boat
I.IIIKnAI, AIIVAXCI.N NAUR O.V (ON.
CF-Are prepAri'd to receive, atore and forwaid
freiuhti to nil polnu, and buy and tell on com.
tl,)-Hiitlne-a altemleil In wilh nrnmnlne
GIC A . I HI xsnv K n A,l
Cairo Turner Society
l!og leave to nunaunce n
I'or Monday Evening, Fob. 0, 1S71
... IN ...
Kvc rvMfort will bo put forth by the manager
la -emler tho occasion tho moat rntertainlnK nd
'rechercho nllalr of the Kind ever held lit Iheelty.
Jan. Jl iltU
St. Valentine's day ii near at hand.
Simscul meetings of tLo Silver Cornet
band on 3torilav, at 0 n.rn.
fitting boots und liOf nt
Citv Scrip I now selling on tho streets
for 05 cerita. Tlio banks nrn giving CO.
l'nor. 11. SAMit, tho world renowned
magician and Vcntrlloqulstls coming.
CiTr Ci.kkk llrown It nlmoU persuaded
to becomo a candldato for City Mnrshnl.
New typo lor Tin: Dui.i.f.tin ha been
ordurcd nnd will bo received in it few days.
Vv.or. II. Samip, tlio world renowned
magician nnd Ventriloquist It coming.
Koos are telling for twenty-live cent
a dozen retail, cheaper than they have
been for four month.
I'oii )ltoU and cartridge nnd lowIu
knlvc, go direct to 1. Nefl'i, No. 79 Ohio
A I. a nor. itock of furniihlng goods of nil
I:Ind alwny on hanil nt I'. Noll, No. 79
Ohio Levee. ilcc9tf
I'Kor. II. .Sanh, the worM renowned
inngli'inn and VentriloquWt ii coming.
Kkv. .Mr. Shorei nigger will be a
c.-inilld.ite for tho Ito.tnl of Aldermen In
the Second "Ward.
Col'.ntt Oniinn Wantku. Illghett
eaih price paid for county ordera by thn
Knterprho Saving! Until-. OlDce, Ht City
Nntlonnl Hank. feWdlw
IIkv. Thompson will preach this even
ing at the Mcthoditt Church, n sermon to
children and young people; but the pub
lie are Invited to attend.
Insank. Mm. I'.otinu Iturk, wife of Dr.
Ilurle, was tr!ei before Judge Kroas and
u Jury, ycsltrdny, nnd found "guilty of
Inianlty. ' hhe wm ordered to be sent to
tho Intane Asylum, at Jacksonville.
Wanted. A fumalo tervunt, whito or
black, to do chamber work in h amnll fam
ily, and nurte. To good help, the higheit
wages will be paid. AddreM "Enquirer.
at this office.
Concert. Wo learn that the choir of
the Church of the Kedeemor are
making preparations for a concert to be
given at an early day at tho Athcmeum .
Due notice will bogi vn In these column
One hundred prcicnta glvuu away every
night by i'oof. II. Snml'a entertainment
Tho best magician now traveling. Thirty.
two years experience. Thu great Euro'
Councilman IIarchv has been men
tioned as a proper man to be mudo .May-
or. l he Aion-covcri'd iicmocrnts otijeci.
Ilarclay has too much d.iih In hit conipo-
Ition to pleaiti them.
IIlnr.itNlA. A nutting of the lllbcr-
nlun Fire Company will be held on Mon
day evening, February ith, for tho purpoo
of taking action nn thn now Cotittitutlou
nd llv-Laws. Ilyorderof the Company.
JOHN MILL Kit, St-r'y.
Ilcnai'i in. John Tanner's grocery
store wu broken Into rriday night
through the back door, and several articles
of value, captured JO or 50 in small change,
a revolver, tobacco, etc. Oi!kers arc on
the look-out for tho thieves,
Tiiekk are throe bud break In the
Leveo plank rotnl one oppoilte Nutfa,
one opposite Swekberger's atnl one oppolto
Itcwl k Mann's. If they were repHlrid
now, before chronic bad weather begins to
nflllct ii, the road would "well enough'"
for months to como.
Tntr.K U to bo h branch of tlio Dead
Heat Society, of Vincenne, Indiana, or
ganized lit thts cl'.y. The pins-word is
"Lend mo a stamp: " tho ruMionso "Dead
Hrokc." Aquullllcd president wIIIIhj Im
ported from Mound City.
i in a i i i i
IIkpaikei). Yusterdiiynftornoon, Jnll-
r.McIIulo, bv order of the Mayor, to-
mlrcd the sldowulk bctwoen Thlrty-thlrd
and Thlrty-feurth streets, on Commercial
avenue. The walk was In a very bad
condition, and greatly needed Mho's ekill-
Risiqneh. Dr. Arter lild his rolg-
natlon as Select Councilman beforo tho
Joint session of tho council on Friday
night last. It was referred to tlio select
Council, and will be acted on next Tucs-
dnv night. Tho Doctor hits labored to
tho best of his ability for tho beU hit ircsH
of the city, and rcgreti that ho feel con
strained to resign.
A Vnomv-N othing is hotter proof of
tho oxcellcncoof an articlo than the fre
quency of Imitations of it.
These counterllts aro tho universal tri
bute which worthlcasnui pays to merit.
Tlio sterling worth and popularity of tho
Charter Unic btovo U nttcited bv this
Winter. Mr. Winter has beiran an
active cauvass for Mayor, and is gotting
bis forces well In nana. Mr. Wilson's
friends regard Jack's movement as ujoko.
and say "the old man Is toostrongforhlm;"
while others say tliat Jack is acting as a
sort of forerunner of Wilson, who has nn
arrangoment with hlmj but Jack says ho
is In dead earnest, and his friends make
proclamation of his ability to carry on" tho
prlzo. Ono thing Is suro, he is developing
Monihlv llenort of Altendanc for
We nro Indebted to Mr. II. S. Engllib,
tho "tie and gentlemanly principal of our
public achonla for tho following intcrcit
ing fuels in referenco to theachoola under
Avornce No. llelonclne SIS
Avuragu Dally Attendance 8
Per cent of Attendance 91.4
No. ofTardinetsei 62
No. neither nbnt nor Tardy 211
No. of Duya of School 21
The enrollment for tho month U larger
by 20 than for tho month of Deo., and
larger by 9 than for any other month of
tho present school year.
The average daily attendanco Ii larger
by fl than during tho month of Dec, and
larger by 18 than during any other month
of tho present year.
'VUeper etnt. of attendance was only b9
for tho month of Dee., while In the above
report It Is 91.4, thus comparing favora
bly with tho attendanco per cent. In towns
claiming very olHclont school systems In
different parts of the State, as mar bo
ien by tho following sUtomont:
rr.n cixt. or attendance roii De
Norniul (public school)
The prlzo offered for the highest per
cent, of attendance was won'bv the Gram
mar Department of tho 13th Street School,
taught by Miss Frank lieebe with Miss
Eliza Shields, assistant. The standing
retched was 98.3, a standing not indoltntly
reached, as both the teachers and pupils of
tho department can testify. The depart
ment taught by Mln Eva Kratzingtr
would have clalaiod tho prizo had it not
been for the Irregular attendance of on
The (iramuiar Department at the High
School building, taught by Miss Abtie
Hutch, Inn had no cao of tardiness during
TIIK TURNER MASQUERADE.
The I'aratlr. Monday Morals suad Ik
Stall as 2filis.
Tho Turners have made elaborate prep
arations for their grand masquerade,
and have spared neither trouble nor ex
pcrjio tornako It a complete success. At
10 o block a.m., the Turners, headed by
tho Silver Cornet Hand will parade the
principal streets of tho city. In tho even
Jog, School's hall will bo the sceno of the
mntqucrnde, In anticipation of which many
curious and attractive costumes have been
prepared. Excellent music has been so.
cured, and the managers have arranged
for the maintenance of perfect order dur
Ing the evening.
Closing Out Sale.
Twcnty-flvo thousand dollars worth of
ready-made clothing, hats, caps, boots,
shoes, trunks and values are offered for
sale by 1. Nell, 79, Ohio Levee, at AC
TUAL COST l'UICES, It being his In
tention toclo'o out in that line and em
bark oxclt-atvoly and moro xtenslvely in
thu furnishing gooJi and merchant tailor
This cloilng out falo furnishes an oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheapor than
over before offered In this market.
Married. Jan. 2C, in Springfield.
Mass., at tho residence of the bride's uncle,
John Avery, Esq., by the Iter. Alexander
IlurgcM, D. D., rector of Christ Church,
Mr. M. I. Drury, of Covington, Ky., to
Ml Ernestine V., daughter of the lata
Captain Abram Williams, of Cairo, Il
Why will our friends run tho risk of be
coming blind by wearing common Spccta
cIoj, when they can procure tho most per-
lect artlclo that lias yet been mado, bv
calling at our old friends Tabcr llros' tho
well known Jewelers nnd cet n nairof
Lazarus & Morris' Terfocted Spectacles.
Don't ilclaj. febldaw&lm
The Kami Hun CoupAxr. This com-
puny Iiavo recelvod a large quantity of
their mnchlnory, and are vigorously at
work on their buildings.
O.vk hundred presents riven awav every
night by lrof. II. Sand's entertainments.
The best magician now traveling. Thirty-
wo years experience. Tho great Euro
Lap.qe Stock. Our friend F. M. Stock-
lloth has Just returned front a business
visit to Mt. Vernon, Indiana, and Cincin
nati, where ho purchased $13,033 worth
Tin: railroad traveler will rind a
remedy that, is pleasant ana perfectly
hurmless, and a suro preventive of tho
evil effects from Constipation or changoof
water and diet, by using Simmons' Livor
Unfortunate Frank. Frank Widen-
enmp, arrested by Shcehan for grinding
an organ without license, was fined $3
and cot, which ho paid.
Found. Officer Sheohan found a now
pair of shoes yeiterday unclor the side
walk, where thoy bad bcon concealed by a
thief, Thu owner can have them by ap
plication to Sheehan.
Fi.ouif Cliolco Family Flour In bbls
hiilf bbls., sucks, Ac, foraalo at thoEgyp
tlun Mills. nn
1'ito f. II, riANpi, tho world renowned
magician and Ventriloquist h cmninij.
Iblr Slew Koomt, and Approaching
( Masquerade. A
The Casino Club havo made great pro
gress In fitting up their new rootn Ono
of the rooms has been finely calclmioned
In colors, and will be used as tho reading
room. It will be suppllod with tho latest
European papers and periodicals, and
with maps, globes, chest dominoes, and
silt the other "linptefcehta" for scientific
games of amusement. The second room
will be fitted up in style, and will be finely
papered and carpetod. The hall will be
formally dedicated on the 13th of Febru
ary, on which occasion It will be tastefully
decorated, and will be entered by the
Casino In procession headed by the Silver
IN THE ETFNINO OF TUB Util,
the grand masquerade ball of the Casino
will be given, and that it will eclipse all
the festive occasions that havo gone before
It wo havo reason to believe. The com
mittce who have tho affair in chargo
know their duties and are performing
them in tho most industrious manner.
Costumes, unique and wonderful, are being
prepared ; music especially for tho occa
sion Is being provided, and evcrv nrrongo
ment possible is being made to secure for
the occasion everything that Is necessary
to make it amusing and Joyous.
Ufa aatd Adveatarca t(D, T.Usaeiar,
Ki., Tel 1st Oae Saaall Oaapier
Wkare aad Maw Jt Hie Kdnca-
tlaa-Hls Pollllce, e.
Tho subject of this sketch may be men
tioned as one of tho oldest not in years
mombcrs of the Cairo liar. Ho entored
upon the study of the law In 1817, in
Indiana. In 18.18, he removed into Il
linois, and to Cairo In 18C1.
Mr. Linegar's early educational ad
vantages were very limited in fact, such
advantages as could not qualify any ono
to pursue, with honor to himself, the re
sponsible profession of the law. lie did
not, however, submit to tho gloomy
belief of Inability to succeed, but Impelled
by bis own Innate ability, became his own
Instructor, and surmounted all the obsta
cles and difficulties In bit path, and was
admitted to the bar, the paramount object
of bis youth.
By those whoknow by those eminently
qualified tojudge Mr. Lincgar It regarded
as a lawyer of ability and a safe practi
tioner. When thoroughly aroused in do
bato by strong opposition, he exhibits tal
ent of a high order. A remarkable ear
nestness characterizes his oratory, whether
at the baror?on the stump. 11 y the bar he
Is regarded as a fair, straight-forward at
Politically, he Is a conslstant Radical
In 1800, he ran for Congress in this dis
trict against John A.Logan, then a blat
ant Democrat, and was defeated. Early
in tho life of the Radical partv, Mr. Lino-
gar was an earnest adhearant and warmly
advocated Its most extreme measures while
others were too cowardly so to do. While
his practice Is not as extensive as that of
some attorneys of our city, yet he is en
gaged In the most important cases In court
one, we understand, Involving the sum
of 40,000. The partnership recently
formed by him with Messrs. Munn and
Fope, will enable him to extend his prac
tice and much Increase his usefulness as
(Hon. Dariil J, Hater Judge fre'ildlng.)
The case of F.B. Ellis & Bros. vs. the
First National Bank of Cairo,
CONTINUES TO DRAO
its slow length along, and, from present
indications, will occupy a portion of tho
It may bo said, that this Is tho cloie.t
contested case ever on trial In this county.
manifest intense itnxlcty in tho case,
watching with tho greatest caro every
question asked and answer given. Ques
tions of law governing the Introduction
o( evidence are elaborately and very ably
Every word of evidence given, Is taken
down, for tho plaintiff, by Milos F. (ill
bo rt, und for defendant, by Win, II. Mor-
TIIE FIRST WITNKra
was r. Ii. Ellis. 1 lo was upon tlio stand
for eight hours, and was subjected to u
very cloe examlntlon. Ho was examined
in chief by Llnegar and croM-exnintncd
Mr. Ellis testified in substance, that, in
December, 1863, or January 1861, hodc-
in tho First National Hank of Cairo, and
received n certificate of deposit from tho
bank ; but which certificate was not da
ted, On tho back ojthit certificato there
wcro endorsements showing that Ellis re
that he received but f8,100of the sale
bonds from tho bank. Ellis
that, on tho 14th of August, 1865, ho de
posited with the bank tlx other one thous
and dollar U. S 5-20 Bonds.
of the bank it, that tho $6,000 in bondt
were roturned to Ellis ; that $a,100 of the
$15,200 were returned to him and that ho
(Ellis) was creditod on his bank account
with the remaining $7, 100.
Mrs. Wellmajj wishes her friends to
know that tho hat changed her place of
business from tho corner of Commercial
avenue and Fifth street to the tocond door
on Fifth ttreot between AVnihlngton nnd
Naa-nlflcelit Properly t l'l,o Male.
I will sell my rcsidenco, located nt tho
corner of 21th street nnd Holbrook ave
nue, at public sale, on Saturday next, at
11 o'clock, a.m., ut thu court heme. It
contains nine large and elegant rcotni, a
largo ccmcntedcell.tr, with a brick founda
tion under tho whole home. Out-homos aro
compfete,' Including a lino two-story barn.
The houso Is located on eight Iota, ono and
a half feet abovo grado. Tho grounds
are adorned with a largo nnd choice selec
tion of fruit trce, vlne, shrubs nnd flow
ers. Opportunity will bo given to examine
tho premises to those desiring to purchdsc.
Terms of sale: One-half cash, balnnco
in one' and two' years ntlcn per cent, per
annum. Sale potit'tve.
JOEL (i. MOIMJAN.
Cairo, Fob. 4th, 1S71. ,
A Floater TJio body ofn drowned
colored man was picked up yesterday at
H.tlllday Dros. co.i! yard. A "jury was
summoned, and the verdict was that ho
had come to his deith bv violence inflict
ed by tho hand of ionic person or persons
unknown. Ills skull was fractured by a
blow on tho forehead. From 4h is appear
ance, ho hud been in tho water for u long
time, probably thrco sr four weeks.
There was nothing on his person to indi
cate what his namo was or where his reii
denco had bocn.
Taiikr Brother, 83 OhloXovoo, will
iiorcaftor keop constantly on hand, direct
from thu TJostcrn manufacturers thu very
best winter strained purified sperm oil, fur
sewing machine, nnd nil lino and Hulit
machinery. This oil has nevor yet been
superceded by nny of tho manufactured
oll., as it never gums or Is affected by tho
HtrRoor.rrnicfj For Norman's Ch
lybcato Cough Syrup trndo murk of
hieroglyphics go to Humm, sole agent,
corner Eighth xtroct und Commercial nvo-
One hundred presents given uwny every
night by Prof. II. Sand s entertainment',
The best magician now traveling. Thirty-
two yean experience., The great Europe
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Jfesv Tluin Tulilr.
On and after l:3it, p.m., Sunday, Dec..
4th, tho following time tublu will govern
the arrival nnd departuro of pnsaonger
Mall train leaves nt 3M0 n.rn.
Express, " nt 3:30 p.m.
St. Louis nnd Cairo Express
leaves at 1:10 u.iu.
Accommodation leaves at. . .12:30 p.m.
Mall arrives 2:05 n.rn.
Express, arrives 12:21 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
arrives ...,t 4:4.1 p.m.
The last named train leaves St. Iml nt
10:30 n.rn. Traders can lenvo Cairo nt 1:20
a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:25 a.m., romaln
rt thu city threo hours, and return to
'Cairo at 4:15 p.m., tho same day.
Tho 12:U0 accommodation nnd Cairo and
St. Louis cxprcis leavodtily; ull others
leavo daily except Sundays.
Way pu.songers should bear In mind that
the 3:80 p.m., train make only four stop
pings between Cairo and Ccntrallu, vl4t
Joncsbcro, Cur bond ale, Du Quoin and
Ashley. Tho 12:30 p.m., train atop at ull
tho statloni along thu routo.
lecltf Agent, C.iiro.
i.uy 01 ( nearer, Jiempni;
fltr of V.elf.buri!. t l.'Ml.i
Mollln F.bert, I'ltt.lMirir;
Jrnnlo Ilablwln, Liii.rill;
ConunonwealUi, ht l.oui.
clia. Iluilmin, I.omav lie;
lit' Verier, I.cuiieVile,
!-ani I lll', JUmplii,;'
.iiarv Ain'e, si ij,n;
II pi Turner,
i&Thi river 1ms risen thlrtcon lncht-s
slnco last report.
I I m aaammmaaaaMaa. fJ
Ccff'Tho (JumborlunJ is stationary with
fifteen fect water on Harpcth shoals.
triT Tho Comiuonwuullh llllntl nut hero
with nearly 200 torn.
Tho City of Chester brought 80
bnlcs cotton for rciheiiuciil ct per mil.
BUT Tho iaiowlld U tho regular Packet
I for Kvansvillo this evening.
tHr Tho I.umstlen loft hero last night
with 200 tont corn, hay, und sundries for
J lluiliiHi continues brisk at our
Uveo. From four to eiiht stoamors could
at tho whnrf nt nny tlmo yesterday.
IfirTho Jns. Fisk, jr., leaves hero
every' oTenlug for T'ultmvh tf o'clock,
except Sundnyt. '
WSfTho lA. Jtakcr. camo out of thu I
Cairo Docks yesterday, fully repaired and
will retumo her. tri-weekly- trip to Cnpa
Olnirdran to-morrow niornirig.
i " in
HIT Tho veforun Cupt. Dvhl "Whito
was In oupjdty yeiturdu.v and ns ;
hearty as'tiiough' ho had many years of.
activo life before him yet. I
S&f The II. O. Ynoger arrived with h ,
very moderate trip, mid lays over hero I
until Monday to pick up nil that may
gtr Tho Sum J. Halo imsicd up yester-
. , i . . i ... t .i i I
dav with a fieecv trip for Cincinnati and I
way points, being no less than 1CC0 bales
of cotton qulto a largo amount for n
tSf Tho Hello Mcmphlt added about
60 tons hero for Memphli and way points,
and was compelled to refuse, freight on
account of want of space.
Ser-The Jas. Fiskjr., brought a good
trip of pcoplo and took another ono away.
Sho had a hhd of tobacco for P. Kurd St
Sons, but tlid not bring much other
The Ohio isfalHngt Tituburg
with nino feet water in the channel. It
it rising at Louisvillo with seven feot In the
chuto over tho falls.
ftS-Tho Mississippi is falling at St.
Louis, and no rlso is reported above. Tho
Illinois river is still closed by Ice. There
Is eight feot water in tho channel abovo
Cairo and over twenty feet below.
The weather was clear and tprlng-
liko yesterday, tho day being what old
flatboatmen call a "wenthor-breedcr." Wo
will very loon "pay dp" for tuch un
usually flno weather by encountering tho
CCapt. Itusk, of tho H. S. Turner,
astonishod passengers by tho train last
evening. Ho advertised in tho St. Louis
papers to leavo Cairo on tho arrival of
tho "Short Lino train," nnd did It.
(ejrTbo Salvor No. 2, a bell boat patted
down to tho wreck cf tho Arthur Friday
night. Tho bell-boat Ec'sert and Subma
rlno No. 14, had alroady preceded her and
If they all go to work around tho Arthur
It will remind one of buzzards around
TW"Tho retrolla. belonging to tho
Ellis Ilrothort, Cairo, and which we re
ported nt sunk In Whito river, It a total
lost. Tho river hat risen until sho it en
tirely out of tight, and her freight will all
be lost. Ono of tho engineers named
Doer shot and killed a deck hand who
was plundering freight. Docrwat ar
rested and It now In Jail for It, which toomi
f& Tho risiog river has caused tho re
moval of consldemblo freight up tho slope
of tho wharf, to keep it from being sub
merged. Our shippers, however, aro
much moro fortunuto than tlioso nt Cin
cinnati nnd above, and even at St. Louis
and abovo, ns wu seldom havo a rlso of
four feet In 2t hours, and nover moro .han
tuut, owing to tlio magntiuuo oi mo two
rivers flowing pan our city, wntio ii is no
unuiuul thing to havo rises of from seven
to twelvo feet in 24 hours at other points
I, ,t i.f Irilira remalnliiKiini:)alineI lutlie Pott
(Mice, at t airo, III., on tfaturJajr, Jan.SS, IITI,
lull, Anna J
lllakt, mra Kiimu
lliril, in l Kiiiin
IumIIhs, mrs L K
Krtrman, ron Anna
Hampton, rora Julia
Jark.on, mitt Auna
Mji r, rrl'i .tugu.la
.VeNon, tnra (.larrma
llvnuet, turt Km ma
ltrant, inra KJllh
Cla), nir AltDa
Powers, miaa JlerM
Tnornton, mr. Ellen
Wno.len. ml Atlee
. HKMTf.EMIl.Vri MSr.
Itrowi. Kill.. . ,
f.ir(er, M l
"Hluret, C K
lU.kell, A F.
il. H. r. II M
IUniiIIOii, K 1IC
Jit-t a, (.'tiailey
Kramer, C A
I., tier, I
Xegil'i C W
O'IMi.ntll, Jame. I)
Pnillip A llro
I'iiillij", Jaitit't A
llnbiiiMin, J W
S.-lmnei T H
.Slulton, W S
H) re n, Cole
Currle, Jam. A
Ilatia, W II
llilKhea, fi W
KVIIer, II .M
Lee n, liOilfrey
Miller, Wm K
Muwii, Aine A
' NnrrW, Win
I' ill I ton, II li
H.'hria. A M'.
Hloopa, It J
Hhcara, T H
Trlee, Tliotiiaa A Turner, A
Toltvii.J I I'u.uar, II i)
Wwcien, Jlarllu Wher'y, J U
Wclumn, I.-4l'l Wliorn. C W
Wwlkina, A Wluppl,
r.rauiiicallins foranyoftUe above Ultera will
plea.ea.k for " A ltertiie.1 1.attera" and fllte 111
Unto of tlil H.l.
tiKO. W. JlcKEAlO, P M
Tin and Holloir Vtin', Clothes Wringers
Toilet Wurc, Coal Hods, Vire
Slioveis, Air urutos,
Tin, Copper, line and Sheet Iron
No. 166 Washington Avo
. "0,,"' " ;tirrln
0,1 Work lluuc u
ml all Mutts of
A a rule, the perfumes now in use bate no pete
man ency. An hour or two after Ihitf use, theia
no trace ol perfume left. ,How dJpt lithe re
anHaecceedlng the use of Murry';aad Lanmaa
Florida Water. iMTt after Ite'afplleatlon the
htmlkerchiet exhales a .most dtUxbtful, delicate
od agreeable Iratrancei-" ' marfJeodl;
y ALTER Sc. MALOXY.
SAWU DEALURS IN
Eighth St., bctweon Washington 4
Adjoining Kltlenhonae Jlanssy.
Keep the beat of fleet, pork. 5t ntton. Veal, Imb,
S'iiKe,eic.,and are prer,r.,i tn rtT, clllMBi
in tlie. mof t acceptatlo manner. octiMlf
(UTOSITE 1 HE COUKTIIOL'.Si:,
OtvlX-O, - - - - XlAlXXOlM
tsr Orders filled promptly and
he fullest satisfaction guaran
JAM EN KYXAKTOX
AND DEALER IK ALL
KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Cor. 10th anA Poplar St.,
Cairo, - - - - Illinois.
Uuviaml altuiftitera onlr thn bit cattle, h
tl iliaep, and la prenareJ to fill anjr ilamaa'l to
h meanti from one pounJ to tenthoutaa
ouaJe. - dCMtl
i' Ii I CI i
EX V CIIJLUEMT, J
VTT0RNEYS AM) COUNSELLORS AT
William M. finest,
William n. Cillbars, V CAIKU, ILL
aanaa . uiiucri,, j , - .
Bpacial atteatioa glfan k Admiralty and Steam
Uflee obi Ohio Lava. Uooana 7 aatl
Vr Illy Mallaual Rank.
Jl.VKCJ.lIt, MUSS vVJL'OPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
m. T. Line car. 1
U. W. Munat, I
V. M. Pop, J
Orym:-n tHitnlh Slrttt, Winter's
OHIO LEVEE, "
Al.o, keop Jinjtimily on lianj a most com.
pitta slock of t
LIQUORS s WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Cafabaw
We are aeenta tor J. It(il & Co.'a CelebraU
WIIKKLI.Ntl A Lit.
We noil exrliKlrely for Ca.h, In wbU'h lart w
Invito lli attention of clo.n Uiri;iiii buyer.
Special allrntion thin to filling orJera.
HyS THE MOVK."
H. (VT. HULEN
Han lU'inoved to ills Old Staa
134 Commercial Jme
Wheratieaollcila a contineanee of Patrohoga.
bla former cu.lomera, a.u.U a. ilitt of aa man
n ouea aa mar want primetnxvrln, protlilonay
tc, remarkably cheapvr .
Termai Mnciiyta.ii,'" - """" 1
A Store Bmiu
ON COMMF.KCIAI. AVENUE. BETWEEN 1H
AND 7 Til bTKEETd, AND A
pwalllua; llouaa on Mlulb Mlraat.
Kor particulars applv at the City Prug Stora
QXTXlSlVeBXVB.X'l.SI, 1 (
ULASSYVAKR aud H0USK FURXiSH
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE