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rr Clr Aitonaew.
W are authorised to announce John M. Lane
dp n . a cendlfttte for re-election io the ornee of
City Altorncy t thn enduing municipal election.
ror City Hartha.1.
We ir antliorltfd to announce ANDREW CAIN
k candidate for the office of City Marehel, ul.
oot to the dcclilon of the Democratic parly,
We are anlhorlted to announce that UKXRY T.
II AUTI.N will be a candidate for theoBleeof City
Jlanhal, at the entoltig eherter eleetloe, ut
iwt to tlndellon of the Democratic party.
We are authoriaed to announue t'AUli W,
AI.t.EN aean Indesene'eal candidate for the office
of City Marshal, tjct oaty to the deeltlon of
At the reqneet of many friend, Tarn aaadl
date for the office of City Clerk, subject to the de-
rUionof the Democratic party.
MlGlIAEb J. HOWI.KT.
Par Cltr Trarr.
We are eullwrfaed to anooano JU8KPH
TATLOR.uecwadldatafbr re.eteclloa to taeof.
ttce of City Trauirrr at the ansulag municipal
HT1LL IK TUK FIELD.
We are authoriaed to announce the aame of i.
T.TIIUHAH a a candidal for the office of City
Ork at the eniulaf municipal election. td
We are aulho-liad le announce that W. O.
Caryl a eandldat for member of Ik Board of
At iermtn from the Pint Ward.
City Clerk' Offiee.
Cairo, ill., January m, UTI.
Nolle li hereby given, that there will be ipe"
end charter election held
ON TUESDAY taa Mth or MUBUAJtY,
At D. 1(71.
In the City of Cairo, la the county of Alexander,
In the Mtte of ill I no la, tor tb purpeea of aleeW
A Mayor,,. ' 1
A City Clerk, , .
A City Treaeurer.
A City Marabal.
A City AUoraey, an
HI Membere Msba Select Coeaell, follow t
Una Mentha from tha Klril Ward.
One Member from the Becond Ward,
One Member from the Third Ward,
Una Member from the fourth Ward, and
Two Meabtri from the Clty-as.Larf.
One Member of tha Board of Aldermen from
the Kir. I Ward,
Three Member of the aame trom tbe Second
On Member of the aame from the Third
Two Member of the aame from the fourth
folia will be opened In the rilStrect were a
la l he PI ret Ward, at the oav formerly aaeww
a.MeKensieA Co.', roraer l Hlitk etraet and
In the (Second Ward, at tha eajiae hoot af the)
Alio fire Cempaayi
latneTnini warn, mine niDarntan nreum
lny'e eaejia) hov.ee, near the corner of Twelfth
ireet enf Uoantwerclal avenue !
e tno roars) war, at in coun-noaee.
folle will he oaaned at o'clock a. m and
loed at o'clock p.m. of aald Mi lay of febru-
lCotie.lewnroonn.te leu eacloaedwlt
a ii.foolbo-lw. all the ry out-lU4
no, f oo-l elttars with pleatr of water, all In
ood repair. Kent low to ajood teaaaU Apply
W. W. TM SMtlrTOIf ,
If Team eireei.
Jm IDEN'CE Ooroer Ninth and Walnut
k. . i . . rn.1.
it Mut corner bum biw
tWICE llOUKS-rrom I a-m. to II , ead
William: k. smith, m. d
Mil MNCK-Ma. M, Thirteenth re
etweea WawMsftea Areaue and Walnut Street.
ipru k.-u Menereiai iii
WAfcDNBR, Me Catlr
nmniM e CAma, Af inn.uemn ai..
.... ur..Mnn orr cum uommeroiai
.. iha'avMloBca. UfFlCE aovtah-
rom lot n to U m., (Snnnay eicptdl and
rom J to 6 p m.
OHee. IN Ccvmwretal kit.
lameaanara, f ! avanv, la. .
Hc.ldencc,No.n,.NInlh ttrett, Cairo III.
TTORNFTR USD COUNSELL0B8 AT
Illlnna B. Ullbeti. V UIMi ILI.
a, cinaoa. I
nnecial attention tttten to Admiralty aa stem
tt luiailflial. . i
ever Ctty Maltaan! Saak.
INEQAK, MVIflV k FOPE,
TTfiRN FYS AT I AW who wlh the Infantile look, and Tea
l I VIII1U I ? fl I ariTf r,i,,. Httln nne to be nreervcd
S'l'KE:' 1 (,.... ux.
p. II. )
n ... n .. n a.uk at . WIH1 .J
WM1, CtAL, ETC.
OOD ANt OwfAL.
la nrDMd to VUTr the oaet
ire wood & drone boai
II Mil T Vmi " www "J m j -m
...it nf thJt (tv in tnf flUaVnillT aivt
Coal DeUrerei at 4 50 Fer iwB
... l Wl.-.. Aa, rA 11 lAVtl
Cairo City BppK Pindery
la raarad (o
Maatanaatwrw aattuani mmmmm nww
aiaei we eewvmwej
7S Okl Tir,
MS or THS CUT.
fitting boot nnd ihocx nt
TitK grant magician
tmvelar h coming.
For plttols and cartridge and lowio
kntvw, go direct to V. elTi, o. 79 UUlo
tvovw Cholco Fatnllr Flour In bbh
half bbli., tacki, Ac, for tal at tbaKgyp-
tlan Mill. au
Doaid or Aldsiui. The Board of
Aldermen did not meet lait night. No
Wc had thepleaiure of a call yeiwrdsy
from Martin of the OharUiton Courier,
and Ooodall of tho Chicago .Vim.
Brrnnr. If our cltUon with to ioa a
curiotlly In the way of a tjphen pump,
go to Keonio'i. 11 o has ono In full hlait.
Polics BuRiNkta. The Tolico Court
wuudulla a long mmon rcttcrday.
Two belligerent cltiten were up, and
were fined for fighting.
IIifkooLTraic. For Norman' Ch-
Wbeate Cough Syrup trade mark of
hieroglyphic go to Huram, tolo agent,
corner Eighth utreet and Commercial atc-
O Fiat. The Umr Deztor caught
on fire a few day ago opposite Bird1
Point, but luckily tho flamM wero cxtln-
gulihed beforo any great damage wa
Tub Acrora Oil.', require a different
burner from that which I ued with coal
oil. Ak for the Sun-hinge burner, which
it the beat in uie. Sold by Kwcll & Jacob,
'J5 Ohio Lovoc.
Aldibmav. W. O. Cart-, an old-time
reaident of Cairo, ha announced hlmrclf
at a candidate fer the Board of Aldermen
from the Flrtt Ward. If elected, Mr.
Cary will terre tbe people faithfully
Farm Purchased. W ttm the
Mound City Journal that Mr. Peter Saup,
of thl city, ha bought the old Sander
farm at America, paying fi,800 for lti ,n
eluding the farming utemllf, wagon,
team, itock, Ac.
Triaiurir. Mr. J. U. Taylor an
nounce thl morning that hi I a candl
date for re-election to tha oatce of city
Tre4ureT. Mr. Taylor, during the ptut
oficlal year, hu prored blmielf a faith
ful and competent oficer.
PRormnaoR Sand the graatett (light of
hand performer la tha world I coming.
Hot Now. Mr. "Water has concluded
that be will not accept the Mayoralty un
til nert year. Thl announcement ba
cauted great dUtatiifaction among hit
friend and upporter, who Mllee tni
he I the man for the place.
IUx Away. John Svilh'i ox team ran
away on Tudy, and imathed hi wagon
into tmlthereen. John i dUcontolate
but I willing to bet that hi oxen can dl
tasee any fatthort In the city.
Dr. J. F. Haxdall, ofBceon Serenth
and Waahlngton ttreeU, Treat all Chronic
complaint. Cbittwfiifionj ertt. relit
yourdUeate without aaklng any quettlon.
The Doctor remains only one week, tun
and tee tbe Dr., It coU you nothing.
Woob axd Coal. If you want good
wood hickory and oak, well-eaoned
call on Ward, the popular wood and coal
merchant. He ato deal In PltUburg and
Illlnoit roali, aud (oil at mott rcatonuble
nrlcc. He dellr promptly in any part
of tho city anything that may bo ordered
from him. Give him a call.
Taxu. Peraon in arror for Mate
and county taxo will avo cott by liquid
ating the arao Immediately. It It neco
ary, In order to glvo tho chool fund It
! money, that all portonal taxci (hould bo
paid during thl month. Those intorotted
will take due notice and govern tueniieirea
accordingly. ALEX. II. I11VI3,
lwd Sheriff and F.x-offlclo Collector.
Hchlmisqsr. Fond father and motli-
I UI V wj tfjivat.
for them In an enduring form, houia can
08chWnger, who makei the taking of
- ... t.li.. "w-IT 1. -
children ptciurei, at ipeciauy. n o
teen tome ipecimen or ni worK in tnn
particular, which we think cannot bo ur
paated. The little feature, whether per
petuated in tho form oraraoroiype or pno
tograph, ihow forth dltlnct and life-like.
Sottlwtlnger Improyo and beautlfio hi
picture of the little folki by 'doing' tneni
in water color, in oil, a may be detlred.
GrkatDou.au Gift Salv or a Lakqb
Stock or Bawkruit Goor. A fine pho
tograph 1 cold for twenty-flvo cent, with
which I given a certificate, deicriblng tho
article which can be bought for One Dol
lar. The itock contbt. in part, of watcho,
jiwelry, plated ware, album, writing
deiki, meertcnauin pipe, cutlery, Ac,
Article dupoicd or dally, worth at
least ISO dollar, for on dollar each I
Any article the coruscate raay oall for,
can be exchanged for a tine French Ch romo,
ticwW framed, er a Fifty Picture Album.
IdMiM Sre retpecliuiiy invivaxi o atvana
aUwanlaa. Next door to u m.
mIoos, sonaMr of 8th St. aad Oklo Levee.
Loos out for Proftuor Baadi' grtst
"SUver" gift show,
THE CAIRO 3TTX1X1ETIIT, FBBRTJABY 9.
GOOD NEWS FOR CAMP.
Two Railroad Eaterprlee ofClrent PHb
tut Moment The Cairo nnil Fulton
nnd the; Tnlrito, Vlneennea and Cnlro
Juit ut thl moment, the out-look of
Cnlro I brighter than It hm been nt any
tlmoboforo In tho hlttory of tho city,
Manufacturing ctabllibmonU aro iprlng-
ing up on every hand, nnd the attention
of capltalitU it being attracted by tho In
ducemotn held out for tho afo investment
of tholr mean.
It I true, tho falluro of nil our railroad
enterprlnei hat had a deproming effect,
and execration of Gen. Iltirntldo ha bo
come tho favorito pattimo of many of our
citizen ; but we can tee no oauio for do-
prr-uton. We believe, Indeed, that our
affair aro in a more healthy condition
than they havo over been before that wo
hall toon havo at lcHtt, two (and we think
three) railroad, nnd havo them, too,
without uiing a dollar of tho city' credit
to obtnin tlicm.
THS CAIRO AND TCITON ROAP.
And, flrtt, wo believe tho Cairo
and Fulton road it on atturcd fact.
A portion of thlt road l"
Arkannai ft alrcndy In running ordor,
and it will loon be finished from Little
Rock to the; Miuouri lino. To meet it
there li tho Intention of Col. Allen, who
undoubtedly Intondi making Cairo tho In
itial point. The following advertisement
which tho Colonel hat ordered to bo pub-
Hthed In tho Charlctton Vottritr Is the
foundation on which thlt beliof it fcundod :
I'rotiosalt will bo received at my office
In Bt.Ixmlt for the next two woek, for the
following work :
I. For clearing the roadway, 100 foet
ido, ofallbruth (hrubbcry andiapling)
beiiettn Ckarltiton awl tht .VuitMiyn
n'rer, by the acre.
2. For furnithlne -',000 croi tie por
mllo, to be delivered along tho idoof
the road, of tho utunl Uo and
Any iniormauon iurniinoi mo ruoicnocr
a to any movablo property taken from I
thlt road, or now in the poncttlon of any 1
poron.orperon whether book or papr,
furniture, rail, chair or other appurte
nance of thl road, or of it machinery,
wilt b thankfully received, and suitably
rewarded. THOS. ALLKN.
St. Loui, Feb. C, lb7I.
Mr. Allen I a gentlemen of ttupriilng
onergynnd ha tho command of unlimi
ted mean i, and wo havo no doubt I de
termined to loto no time in conilructlng
the Miiiouri branch of tbe C. & F. road.
If tho above ndverlUement doe not mean
thl wo cannot fathom lti meaning.
TUB TOLEDO, VKSCIK.HEI A5D CAIRO X. R.
Tbero, too, It tho now company which
ha been lately organized in Indiana,
called the Toledo, Vlnconnc and Cairo
K.K. Thl I a now turprlie, and we
hope the company may be ablo to help
Burtuideout of hli difficulties. TheVin.
cenne Sun ay that the capital ttoek of
the company It to be $5,000,000 divided
luuiibare of $so cacti, and that tho pro
ject U meeting with much favor along the
line of the pro pot ed route betwein Toledo
and Vlncennet. The Mound City Journal
tayt: "We prcaumo the now company ha
tome underttandlng with tho C. & V.;
and potilbly the New York Central, with
Vanderbllt at It head, I to back It.' We
A Few Wr4a tat Cnanaen4atloa wf
Tkteee, Oar rrUada-Maiam aa n Law
3f Oral nr.
D. W. MUNX, XIQ.
Thlt gentlemen hu been a rac rubor of
the Cairo Bar for over eight yean, during
which timo ho has boon cngageJ.in tome
cate of importance etpecially of a crim
inal nature Mr. Munn ha not devoted
hlmiclfa thoroughly and Jclotcly to ti e
profculon, a other member of tbe bar,
and therefore doe not occupy that rank
which a cloior application would lmvo en
titled him. Ho I recognized, and juttly
o, at n public ipeakor ofj.much power.
Ho mniilfett inch Interne carncstneu in
hit ipcochui, whether nt tho bar or upon
thettump, that they carry conviction to
tho mind of many of tho hoaror. Ho hat
been rcgardodfor nianyyoartatonooftho
leading mombort of tho Undlcal party in
"Egypt," and, at tuch, hat been frequent
ly before the pcoplo for tholr uff.agoi.
In 1600, ho wat elected to tho State Son
ate, and whllo thero took active part In
thaditcutilon of important qucttiont of
itato. Ho it at prctent a member of the
firm of Linogar, Munn and Pope.
HI exlcntlvo portonal ncqualntanco In
Southorn Illlnoit will doubtlott groatly In-
creato tbe prcteut butlncti cf tho office.
Tho junior member of tho firm,
v. 11. POPS,
U a young lawyer of decided ability, and
for whom wo betpcak a promltlng future.
He ba been tn the practlco many year
for hU age, and it regarded a a tklllful
butlneJ lawyor ono who know how to
do hit work, and alway adopts tho lureit
meant to tecuro hU objoct. At a ipeakor
ho it not a success, but it a worker of
Not Nkw. The Charter Oak Stove
were introduced to the publio twenty year
aco. and tho demand for them ha
increated with each uccooding year.
The Kxcoltlor Manufacturing Company
I now prepared to supply, in any quantity,
thoso who need a good ttove. fobTd&wl
Why will our frlond run tho risk of be
coming blind by wearing common Specta
cle, when they can procure tho tuot per
fect nrtlclo that ho yet been made, by
calling at our old friend Tabor Bro' tho
will known jowelors and gut a pair of
Lsuurui A Morri' Perfected Spectacles.
Don't delay. febldaw&lm
A larqs itock of furnUhing good of all
kind alwayi on band at P. NeflTi, No. 79
unio lieve. decOtf
ABUSE OF CAIRO-
The Htcre typed Mlnaa; of Dall Hdttorn
Cwndenaed liy the Moant Cnrntel Ben;.
Itter-The old Men Newly Aired by
an Old Llnr.
Cairo I tha most abutod city In tho
world, and has become- tbe targot at which
all tho dull editor of tho tural prett aim
their liltlo pollot of bungling arcatm.
Whon tun rcttlcit little fellow glance
toward Cairo, they Immediately harpn
tholr pencil and re-write the ttalith libel
of twenty yoar ago j and In this paitimt
the accompllthod liar and literary thief of
the Mt. Carmal Jl'jUter, ha been Indulg
ing for tome time put. Here i a ipeci
men of the ttaloabute ho vendi about thli
city, copied from the lait number of hit
heavy weekly : '
There It but one paper In the unlvene,
oiltelrln nf (Men. fix it anoueh tO adVOCltO
Cairo1 claim to tho National Capital. In
tho event that It I moved from Wathlng-
Ington, at It very likely will be. inat pa
porls tho Vienna lrry. Cairo Italittlo
village awav down about the mouth of tho
Ohio river wmewhere. Tho Inhabitant
llvo In tho upper room or two-tiory
houiM. and aro fishermen. They go to
tholr roof and Oth down the falnDf
ir,t h inx.r .iiiii for catfish, Xbey
unit with hollcomlte, old bottle, worn-out
boot and (hoes, etc. Some tplondld cat),
woltrhlnc ovcral hundred pounds, havo
boon taken thutly, at abovo.
Our readort, a a matter of coune, recog-
nlzo thi as tho old abuse, which hat be-
romo tbrcadboar, and they ncod not ay
to u they re mrprUed that a paper in
Southorn Illinois should retail it The
man of the Mount Carmcl Rtgiiltr I not
above any meannct. Us I rascally in
hit nowipaperial outgiving, and ha nover
bad anv respect for the truth, lovo of lying
being with him hereditary. If wo of
Cairo did fish from our roof, and required
bait of Impure kind, noisome a tho worn
out shoes of tweaty negroe, wo could use
tho Il'fitttr man at bait to good advan
tage ; but bolng, llko the Apostle, flthort of
men, wo thall never cat our net Into tho
water wherein tho tuoker of the Rtgisttr
flaps hi flabby tail.
Oxx hundred present given away each
night at Prof. Sand Silver Gift Show.
'BEST MAN'S TICKET."
Wan Speake !YxtT-Come; oat r
Thi it tho only retponso wo havo re
ceived to our "Short Quettlon'1 of yes
To tht Editor of thBulMin:
Sirs Allow mo to ay, Iaw an article
in thi morning' Issue, hoaded: "would,
the best man' ticket answer the purpose?"
a meet tinsibtoand important question. I
think the universal answer should be,
"yet." It would icera that all tho voter of
Cairo, who ltav the moral and political
prosperity of the city at heart, would most
empnaucaiiy anawer at mo uauot uux, li
pectivo ot party feeling, in the afllrma
e. A VOTER.
Cjibo, V-h. e, 1RTI.
Who spoak next?
Thikvb. A few day ago, Mr. Black,
the shoe dealer, received by express, a box
of shots, ladies' ilippcrt, otc, which ho had
ordered omo time previously. On open
ing them, Mr. Black found them in
rather questionable shape, some of thora
soiled and muddy and a number of pair
misting. Ho apprised tho agent of tho
express company, who indemnified him
for tho loss and damago. Tho spoillatlon
of the goods was tho work of a thief at
Du Quoin, of which mention is mado in
another part of to-day's paper. This I
the tccond time that good orderod by
Mr. Black hnt been disturbed by thlovot
before reaching his hands. The first thief
1 now torvlng out a term In Joliet.
Ilnllidnjr Brnlkers Valwadlag Balk
Nalt-An Ksrelleat Halt Barrel wf
Tho Messrs. Hulliday nre unloading
barge of bulk salt and packing it In bar
rels made In this city of n whlto wood
found nil around us, nnd which doc not
change its color by exposure at do the oak
barrels In common ue, but always remain
bright and clear-looklng, under ordinary
handling. Thl particular kind of wood
hat long been comldcrod of little or no
value, but tho precnt tiso It ha boen put
to dcmonitratct tho contrary, and It will
hureaftor ontor largely loto the construc
tion of salt barrels, and alto of all 'dry"
Anotukii. McHalo ha been running
for Mayor for ioveral day. Ho ayi ho
take to the business kindly, but that it la
more oxponsivo than pleasant. McHalo
ho faithfully and with ability porformed
tho duties of ovory ofllco or position he
ha ever flllod, and wo venture to say would
mako a good Mayor would execute tho
orders of tho Council promptly and never
assumoto insolontly or In any way dlctato
to it. But, at a matter of fact, Mao docs
not, wo aro informod, Intend to bo a candl
date. Comfthollku' lUroHT. We republish
tho roport of Comptroller Hyland thli
morning, to correct soveral crrort of date ,
etc., which appeared in the report at pub
lished in tho Council proceodlngt.
Wanted. A fuaialo sorvaut, whlto or
black, to do chamber work in a small fam
ily, aud nurto. To good holp, the highest
wagoswillbo paid. Add row '"Enquirer,
at thi office. - .
Such horrid feeling a I experience no
one can Imagine. I feel dospondent, ai
though something awful wu going to bap
pen. Uo Simmons' Liver Regulator, if
you would avoid men fooling.
Couktt Ordiiui Waited. Ulghett
oath price paid for county orders by the
Enterpriie Savingi Bank. Ofice, at City
Nations! Sank. feb&M 1 w
CtiNlno Masquerade Ball,
In Beheel'a Unit, Cairo, IlllnoU.
Tbe Select Council of Fooli o'f tho Cairo
Catlno, has, In It unbounded wisdom, ro
idvcd to porpotrato a Grand Matquorado
that hall entllrcly and completely ecllpto
sny and every thing herctoforee and here
after to bo attempted. Tho mott
In tho community, among whom you,
dear roadcT, undoubtedly belong, aro In
vited J but thoto not Invited by tht mU of
a titktt, expecting to obtain admission will
bo placed in ,tho category of fools In which
may bo found tho celebrated Thompion
colt, that went into tho river to g.t cut of
the rain and wn drowned.
Without dltcloslng In tho least any of
th.o preparation", with which tho visitor
are to bo overwhelmingly amazed, we will
givo merely a slight ide of tho perfor"
it to be decorated beyond all cotnprehon
will open at tho beginning or whan ull
tbe fool have atsemblod although tho
door will bo opened at 8 o'clock. All
that aro ticketed, stamped and grccnbackcd
will bu admlttod,but thoso whooronoti
cannot purchato tickets at tho door, and
may go whoro the woodbine twlnoth.
A TRIUMPHAL PROCESSION
of the assembled fooli will opon tho per
formance, led by a band of muslo that
never play, la tbe following order
A. The Grand Marshal, " To Horto 1"
B. 'Aioul-harrowlng company of muil-
elant, trunpoter, vagrants, ev
C. A Cairo Night Watch.
H. Austrian. Americans, Spaniard,
Turk, French, German, Russian, No-
groe, Hottontota, and other vagaoonut.
K. Tho Council of tho Casino, and the
Council of the City or Cairo.
F. An Alderman who want to bo re
elected. U. A choir of female vlragooi, on a
H. All the crowned head of Europe.
I. The nobility of Mound City.
K. Sundry knigbta mounted on horsei,
or "hors du combat."
L Prussians and-French new.
M. African Amnions.
N. Corner loafort nnd other influential
spirits of tho city.
O. A Bairpipo nkver.
P, A Commlttoo of Mimics un dor tho
Q. A Zoological Society.
R. Tho medical faculty on an anatom
ical bonder, (apothocarily speaking.)
L. Louis Bonaparte and Lulu.
T. An organ-grlndor of tho pcrlodo.
U. A Waudorer from tho Doha Club
beaten by n Poor Man's Club.
V. Rip Van Winkel and Dog Schnei
der. , , ,
W. Queen of ho night,
X. A Temperauco lecturer,
Y. A Band of Revenue Collectors on n
Z. Various jugglers and neck-breaking
acrobat and gymnast. All other fooU
and lunatic will unlto with tho end of'tjia
All who mean to participate, and uro
not too moan to como dowp vritn inoir
means. Finally tho head of tho processlcn
will cl oso exactly ut tho end.
A largo and olegant astortment of cos
tume can bo found at Chas. Mehnor'i
opposito School's Hall.
By order of tho Coramltteaof Fool.
Mncalaeeat l'repertr at Pablte anle.
I will sell my retldonco, located nt .tho
cornor of '-1th street and Uolbrook ave
nue, at public sale, on Saturday next, at
11 o'clock, a,m., at tbe court heme. It
contain nino largo and elogant rcomt, a
lame cemented collar, with a brick founda
tion under the-wholohouso, Out-bousc Srd
complete, including a flno two-story barn
Tho house is located on eight lots, ono und
a half feet abovo grado. Tho ground
are adorned with a'largO'and cholco selec
tion of fruit trees, vine, ihrubi uiiS flow'
Opportunity wlirbegl VcS"to examine
tno premises to vnoo uciinng to purcunsu,
Terms of ale: Qno-half cash, balanco
in one and twd yenra at ten'per Ccntpor
annum, bale positive.
r , JOJth G. MORGAN?
Cairo, Feb. 4thJ 1871, " .
.Tabsr BrotukrjS' 83. Ohio Ltyeo, will
uqrwiter xeep conitantiy on nsnu, uirv
from tho Sattern manufacturer! the very
bott winter itralhed purified perm oil, for
sswlng machrrto, and nllfflneand light
machinery. Thli oil ha never yet been
uperceded by any of tho manufactured
oil, as it neyer gumi or ii affectod by the
JTnt the Sand, nfl.tf'. brtt thn Nnnde rif
Matrle-'A'he Jloet Wonderful or.nef1
elniti. Tho D.tvcnport Brother nttoundeu
many of our citizens somettmo ago, and
mnilo tho weak of mind bollevo that tlioir
tricks wcro tho result of supernatural
tricks wcro tho rcult of lupornnturni
ascticv that tnlrlt from t.io thadowy
worlQ ..ivorod nbout them unseen ana nt
tho biddlnK of their will untied knot in
ropes and flung tvhout tho room Jingling
o.is anu twanging mu.ical lntrumontf.
VT n ro ...a vAnln.i. tlx. . . ., . . 1 . . . ! P ! I
.i ,j u.u luq KkUTllllH, Hint II Ik
required tplrltual aid to do the tricks of
tho Davenport, Prof. Sand it Uia Devil
hlmtnlf. There can ha mi doubt r.f l,li
- -, I
ilnce tho tricks of tho Professor and wn t
peak from porional knowJg0 aro be-1
yond nil comprohonilon Jtoro astonishing
than tho spirit trick of tho Davcnpcnu.
But that tho Profoiior Is tin expert sv
sbuslnc4slsnot.urpritln. tlnco horo-
Wed his flrst Initructlons In thojuggler a
celved his flrst Initructlons In thojuggler'a
art from tho world-famous Iloulin, nnd
has given public exhibitions of hU skill du
rinir tho past thlrty-Wo years, elovon'of
which wero spent In Europe Tho trick
which wo havo seen htm perform, liko
thoo of Brcto Harte'j IIcatht Chinee,
may bo In vain, but thty aro mt itlfyingly
astonlshlnc and must bo soon to bo appre
Tho J'rofeitor i now in tho city, nnfl
will probably trivo exhibition of W sur-
prNIng skill next woolr.
Their rromttritltftU-l'rriiitriiitiiti fur
St oeiiiK .Tieiic-i.oinrni t m.i.u".
Tho Hllinrnlnn flro comiiaiiv. un in-titu-
tlon entitled to tint vncoiiraguindiit tf tho
iiiilillr- iirnn.Mn to irli-n in irrnnil lutll nt
I I j 1 n ' L o
Schecl' Hall, Monday ovetilnt;, tlm MtU
Init. Kxtcritlvn prepitrntlons nre being
made to Instiro ' Hi ticcc. Thti
best of muIo: wlll'bo secured. Tho public
may confidently nntlclpato it uiglit f en
joyment. So, got'yotir pocket books ready
to opon on tho call of tho committM) with
tho ticket. Tluiro'can lio un morn pleas
ant way to contrlbuto to what It I your
duty tosupport than by patronizing tho
Jfetv Tlnsn Tittilr.
On and after 12:30,; p.m., Sunday, Dec.
lib, tho following tlmo tablo will govern
tho arrival and departure of p;u,wngcr
train at Cairo :
Mall train leave at 3M0 a.m.
Kxpre, " " nt 3:30 p.m.
St. Loul and Cairo Express
leave at .' l-.tiO'n.nt:
Accommodation leaves at...l-:30 p.m.
Mall nrrlvc... '-'-OS n.m.
Expreis, arrive 1U:2I p.m.
St. LuU ami CMIru KxprCSS
arrive : p.m.
The last named train loavo St.'r)uls at
10:30 a.m. Trader can lenvo Cairo U:-0
a.m., reach St. Loul nt 7:23 h.tn., remain
n tbo city thrco hours, and return to
Cairo nt 4; 13 p.m., tho tamo day.
.1fliA nnlr.i,n.lntlAtk nnil f'fllrn ntlll
4 HU (ivw... ...... ......
St. LouU xpn)M lnuvd duly; Ml ot.H'M
Wny piisioiiper sbould Lear In mind thut
IDC j;au p.Ul., iruu. iuukvi ujhv imir biuji
ntniw liAttvonn (?.tlrn nml Ceil tr;tll.T. v!z
T.'.ll1J-.A rrtmiiln In till DlliTll HHil
Ashley. Tho 12:30 p.m., train smp M all
ino Minion muni; me roiiii-.
doc3tf Agents Cairo.
Clovlnc Out Sale.
- Twuitty-llvo thousand dollari worth of
rcady-mado clothing, hat', cups, boot),
shoot, trunk and value aro offered for
lain bv P. Neff. 79. Ohio Lovoo, Ht AC-
i TUAL COST VHICIW, it being hi In-
tcnyon to olqso out tu tnai lino ami em
baric exclusively and morn oxlenslvely in
tho furnishing goods and merchant tailor
ThUcloslngout s-alo furnlshue n oppor
tunity to sociiro rltiUiiiii; ohoapfr than
ovrr licforo ollered In thi uinrkc!
Woman is kshowku with a jwnillar
organization. It is easily impaired nnd
require modioli. trmitutuJit which will,
ipoodlly tormiimlo her tullVring nnd .-iwiro
to her perfect houlth and splondld j;lrltii.
Laillo will find In MISHLBK'S llKItll
DITTKRS a raro Spoclth-and Toiito for
their aox, In ovory period of life, from In
fancy to old ago. It U a preparation
which will uld nature- in tho1 dhchargo of It
function?, Impart sti-otit !i to tht A.vttcm,
tone to tho digestive orsnn, nnd will pre
vent lassltudojtitdiliifiiro phy-u.ilir n'ar.
Ity. Sold overt-whorVI ' : ' rw-d&wlw
Ir vou want a pair of boot m:.d. to or
dor, out of tho bcs.t material, und u tbo
mot fashlonitb'to and, durablo,.nu:iiiior, go
to Win. Khlcr, on Twentieth "treet, on.
po?to thol I'ourt iiouso; '"''tf
lv ypu want u goyd, , itylislt aud well,'
fitting suit of clothe, liiadu to order, you
mwst go tq l. 2ctr, .'o. 7l Ohio Leva ; '
-w , . t . - S) , m
TllB-KlTCHK.V tjL'KBX. Ill U hMi
holdi whorevcr- u.ed, ftho 'Charier Oalcs
Stovo,J the domcsllo rjueeit. KnillcsTind
goodnaturo pervado hor kingdom, and her
lubjccl aro alway freo irom lumiiy jar t
and kitchen dllturbonco.. Jit!i2rda.wir f
Busiuos continue flr-
t ThnTrvone leave for Xashvlllo
thl,o,onli)g t 5 o'clock.
4p-Tho Idlowlld.il, ttio packet for
Evsmvlllo thi evenlni;.
Theweathor wa till cloudy ycl-
terdny, but a hnJo warmer than tho pre
vious day. Unlit was threatened but had
I not f.tUcii up to tha tlmo our report closed.
I Tho Cumberland 1 ngaln falling at
1 Nashville, but ahead rlso 1 coming down.
' r-Tho .Ins. Flsk.lr.. leaves here for
, oxcept gun(,iy
A.t t - .1IhAJ a a
r- ino iuicKstcp wu
Into on Tuesday night, by way holiness,
j that wo could not roport hor yettordsy.
t , , uln ona hU tow-
boat Charleston started to St. Loui ye
tcrdoy with a bargo laden with coks.
CT Tho A. linker has arranged hit
if-tj AMW -. w
,iir,0i !iilr.ietnrilv to all concirnsa,
wo licllevo, and will probably go to ths
l Wnbtvuh to-day.
tw n aml a60 tonl
frfl,,., j.. ' ,,, . . mhts.
sho left last nlU, hut had ongagsments
for all .ho could carry Vitlow.
CCif-Tho Ohio I tailing nt PltUburg
with llvo nnd n half foot water In ths
clmntif I. ft Is also falling at Clnclnnstl,
anil Loulsvlllo with eight feet is. ths
chtito down tho fall and tlx feet over ths
rr3r-Tho Baltic bound from Loulsvllls
to Memphis with n tow of coal, disabled
her; niddor and was compollod to repair
here. Thu Sam Brown took hor tow to
MomphN, and tho Baltic will return to
LouUvlllo taking a tow of bargii lidsn
u-.th irAn rn. wlilch wcro broucbt from
rti.Lou'i by the Sam. Brown.
UiT Thrf .Mlslsippl I rising slowly
n?ain at St. Louts, nnd tho Misiouri ii st
la-t reported rising. Tho ico itlll holds
in tho Illinois nnd Upper Mliilsiippi.
Tin lint boat out report nino feet lsrgs
i i tho rivor from St. Loul to Cairo, snd
tin-St. Louis pspor aro careful to let ths
world know that Cairo I no longer tks
head of navigation of tho MltlslppL
Coiiimeifliil Av.t OppoHlto Post OBee
J0.SKPIi UAVI.I.S8, I'roprUtof.
'rhiL.tuA itnuitf ftimUhtit anil &iTntoth
yxhu tirt'y ntcommoaistniin. Tdif.
PEOPLES" KIT MIRKET
tllAS. t.AYLU .VIM)., l'rop'm.,
Keeper on ninJ fie lient of Ileef. Pork,
Mn wr, j, f-imli, u-4u, ru,l,llnir, etc.
rr- iiwi lam in auy uui.ui..j,urnrw ww,,ww,..
Itf.v. ,.t t.aml.
oi.I' M t I. I fronirtly
inl ullsfictlon war
febTdtf A HIM I TI W1t COUNTRY
Iltl.Mi: FOK ALE.
Ooo nf th l mol
UEAtT.Vl 1 AM) HEAl.TV VLkCtH ON TH
r.lVKIH AT AMEItlCA,
Knll vlw o f rlrer aa't boats, 20 or to fet al?a
IniproTi inenle-llotmi SSxM. 7 room! a eel
t "st feet dwp, !! walled anil perfectly drr,
tin'lor tlit-wftiiln Uounet barn, wootl-tiouee, arnoka
li m.e aiil lumU r hoit.e, ell In KopU rirj ileo
tyol Bflo lwater. Tlireo buadred 1 artlell rr
tru.i i.nil otlivr choice varieliee; h f mil of
nrrrtru acre rtnejard la full cearlof,
a lene'imvliiicoor peKCiiv an4 ple. ,
ny I'iTtuu wlhin 10 purcha had Utter
1 :i or rito oon as I m Jiwrmined to eu.
.,1,1,.,.. 0. W. UIUI'LB.
.?, i7l-.lun MounJ Citv. Illtnol.
1: o. --or Itfjjlraltou.K.itOfos A-CIark,)
CSV 03310 Xj3B"V
..,.if t Amrrlran l'oMder Cs.
.tlnnurneturcr Aut'iita fur Cotf as 1firs
5 1? r T " T T CE
.No. ;u Ohio lioves,
. '"CAIRO, ILL.
Mlu'cliU nttoittloit Ktvess to Cvatisa
'anesil nnd ritltiiK Orders s
Itf V. a,
rz oxs:. cons, oats, HAY,
4 1 i;(i;wiBJstrjir. -c.i .-
.7, VsvMhitlii la'A'dsT A
1 ii. irsisi'V"
. .Confection Merpliuit TrrT
" U fmmm htm r
ollc 'it a'.otillPUflticefr iweoapa, "
o,.;... 11 r.. ."IS' CM u5
lii 1 in
'4 SAfl'i ) wat yi,Mir.v.-.",n-
l 'K . "i:t ;;ffioribi,h h. w.i.
' oert.au the iw.t.