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For Clsy Attoraejr.
Wo ar authorised to unnounco John M lai
den aa'endldal for re-election to lh ofto of
City Attorns at tho ensuing municipal ejection.
For City Marshal.
W ar authorlwd to announce AN DREW CAIN
a candidate for the office of City Mrhl, sub
ret to tho doal.lon of lh Democratic party.
Vii aro authorised to announce that HKNItV T.
MARTIN will beaidldal for thaofflea of City
Marehat, t tha noltig charter eUotlo. itx
led to th decision of tho Democratic pa'J
We ara authoriaed to aaaouaaa 1'AUIj W.
ALLEN aa an In dtpeaient tancUdat for the eBlr
of City Manhil, aabjett ooljf to Ida UacUlon of
J tha-'peapl" ' td
Wmw City Clark.
At tbe raqueat or mny frlaada, 1 am a eaodl
data ror tha ofBca or City Clelt, enhje 16 tha de
cision of tba Domacratla parly.
MICHAEL 1. il'JWLKTi
irr Cfty Trairar.
Wa ara autborlaed to anaouao JOSEPH B.
TAYLOIt, a candidal for i.lcllaiolfcof.
Bea of City Trauurar at tba auinlng mnalclial
MTlLIi IN TtlR riKLD.
Wa aro euthorjeed toaanoutw tba Bam of J.
T, THOMAS aa a candidal for Ika amc of City
Clark at tba anaalng mualelal election. Id
Wf ar autho'lMd la aanoaaee tha w, a.
Car la a caadldata for .taamfcar at tba Board of
Aldermen from tba rVa War.
TO LECTION NOTICE.
"T J Cl(jr Oark'a 0c.
Cairo, III., January it, lTl.
Nollca la hereby g)fn.lhal thai will ba agta.
ral (kaiMralHiluB ald
( Jht I '
ON TUEMDAT taa 2Mb 4T or FEDBX'ART,
A, It. 1171,
In tba City of Cairo, la lb count, al Alexander,
I a tba CUU cf Jlltnon, tor tba purp. of float
A Mayer, .
A City rt.
A City Traaaurer,
A City Marahal.
A City Attoraar, aaa
c tli U-wd-n at tka Ut Coa.Mil, aa follow, i
tOaa.Maoa from tba Klnl Ward.
,. Oca Maaavr rom Mm tawoaaV Wart,
Oo Member from tba Third WaH,
Oaa Mambar frem tba Fourth Ward, and
Two Marabari from tba City-l'Lrg.
On Member or tba Hoard or Ald.rmaa frota
tb firat Ward,
Thra Members or tba aama (rem tba Hocond
Ward, , .
Una Member of tb tarae from lb Third
Two Member, of tha aaroa ft oaa tka Foune
folia will ba opened la tha dlAeresl wart aa
In tha Flnt Ward, at tha ofBct formerly known
aaMrK.au Co.', corner at (llith str.at aad
la ttia rtaeoad Ward, ai tha (acta hu of tba
Al.b Fir Company s
Id tba Third Ward, lata Hibernian Fira Corn
vany'a aula boaaa, aaar tha eoroar f Twelfth
etreel inI Coinin.rual at.ao ;
la tb Fourth Wara,al tbaooarl-aaa..
Foil will ba oaaaad at o'clark a-m., and
clo4a o'clock i.m.raaldlautaf or K.bru.
aryUim. JNO, BROWN, City Clark.
W. DVNNINO, M. I. Me.
IbENCK-Oaraar Mat aad Walsat
'FF1CE Corn.r Bulb 8trt aad Oklo Lr
OFFICE HOURo-From a.ai. to II a., aad
WILLIAM R. MITn.M. D
BEAIDESCE-No.U, Thlrtanlh taa
atwaaa Wa.blnttoB Av.nua aad Walnut Htro.
OFFC E-1M Camorr ial Arn, ur tlr.
HWARDNEM, M. D. Calr
a RESIDENCE Comar of MnaU.nlh at.,
and WublclOB at. OFFICE On Comm.-Tial
... Of.t tho 1-o.toIBt. OFFICE IIOUHA
from 10a m to l'i m., (Hunaaya iciiIJ and
ace, lit ftsBsureUl Atmrv.
IKaUwRfMra, 19 a wa., aV 1 al p.m.
ftaaldaaca, No. It, Nlath atraal, CaJra III.
ATT0BTKT8 ASB C0U5SKLLwlS AT
WHItaam M. Oraa. )
William M. Wllbart, V CAIMt 1LU
Mllaa r. UllMrl, J
opaclal auastio gnaa to Ada. i rally aad iaa.
URiaa OBIaLawaa. Hwfaaa 1 mm
aar lily Maltwmal MajaM.
JINKOAB. MBNIa 4e POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
I. T. Ltaa-rar,
a. W.JIIM, I- t'AIM, llt
OFKICB-On HaT.atk 8tr.lt, Wlatat'a Block,
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
OOD AND COAL.
IF1. nC. WAHD
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
In any part of tba city, la aa aaaality d rati ad,
Cwl BeUrerei at $4 S Ftr Twa.
OFWOE-Orar Baarwart, C-rth A Ca.'a atotra
Wia, twoaoara abora tha oorn.r of Eighth atraat
S' 1 ......AT THE..-..
Cairo City Book Bindery
la Draaarad to
alatMa ik BJMk
klaaU r Nk aMauHaa; amal B1U'
73 Ohio Ievee.
CAIRO, - - ILLINOIS
A flflllm of aarly lndiiratlon, oau.log narrow
dabilltTi prawiatura decay, ato., hanag triaa
arery adtartl.ei ramadr. baaaalaapiaajaaaa. t
i.lf-oor, which ha will wad fraa tohla JaUo.
utfarart. ABdraaai J. H.TOTTLR,
tOdtdwm mtMuut.,l5'.T '
NEWS OT TBS Gift.
Two promlnnnt merchanti were lined
yeaterday for idling yoodi without llconio.
Oo and m Prof. Sandt tho great Kuro
pcan trarolerand create t magician in the
Own hundred TaluabloglfU will be given
way aach night at Prof, Sand.' "rirer"
gift ihow four nlghti next week.
Look out for IVofeuor Snndt' nVrrrglft
xhlbitlon, four lucoenlva night next
waeV, commencing with Wedneaday, Fab.
Thi HiBBititUKi' Ball. Iicnbcrg'i
bind hai been ecu red for tbo llibcrniam'
ball, which U to boglfenon Monday, Feb.
Wt Suoak. A large number of hogi
headi of wet lugar I. being tranifcrrel
from bargo at tho Illinois Central itono
depot to cart, for iblpment Katt.
Fourth Waru. Mr. G. II. Greeley
hai bean iiirntlornxl mmi
for the Select Council from tho Fourth
Ward. He U the man for the po'ltlon,
Aiiiimt. Mayor Wllion ha returned
to Springfield to flnlih up the buttnett of
tho Mayor'i convention, and do a little
wlro pulling in tho lobby of the legisla
HliaooLTr-HIca. For Normin'a Cha-
lybeaU Cough Syrup trade mark of
hieroglyphic go to Huram, lole agent,
corner Klghth itrett and Commercial avo
raoF.fiasDa, the chief of ventriloquliti,
magician and ilight-of-hand porformert,
will exhibit In Cairo, on Wednesday,
Thuriday, Friday and Saturday nlghti,
commencing Febuary 16th.
FauBTTcauir Cuurcb Sociable.
Tho toclable of tba l'ratbyterlan congre
gallon lut night wa very pleaiant. lie
freabreant were terved, and tbe company
enjoyed a delightful hour of friendly In
tercourif. Dixd. Mr. Murray, the venerable
father of Mr. Frank Murray, died at hit
realdaaca in thl city yeaterday morning.
HI body will b Uken to Clinton, XIII.
nol, for InUrment.
Suci horrid feeling ai I experlcncu no
one can Imagine. I feel despondent, a
though lanetblng awful wa going to hap
pen. Lite Btmmoni' Jivor negu later, ir
you would avoid ueh feeling.
A fight between two ladle yesterday in
the lower part of the city about waterfall
They etruck each other, pulled hair and
uaetl their 1111 wlilto tcolh. Dro. flncU
one of thetn $i and costs, aud rtuetled
tb other to "Let uabave peace."
Caibo Caiino. There will ba a special
meetinr to-nlebt (Friday! February lOtb,
at a n'c lock, to make arrangements for tbe
celebration of the approaching anniver
sary celebration. Bj order 01
II. MEYERS, I-resIdent.
at Regular assembly or i-airo uouncn,
No. 14, R. 4 8. M. this (Friday)
evening, Feb. lOtb, 18T1, for work, election
of officer! aad other importat business.
Visiting companions fraternally inviteU.
P. W. RAkCLAT, T. I. O. M.
Not New, The Charter Oak Stoves
were introduced to tbe public twonty years
ago, ami the demand lor mem ns
increaaed with- aach succeeding year.
The Excelsior Manufacturing Company
1 now propared to supply, in any quantity,
thole who need a good stove, fcb'difcwt
Nw Grocibt. Johnny Crowley and
Johnny Droderickare fitting up a grocery
store at the corner of Twentieth ami rop-
lar streets. Hucecsi to the young gentle
men. There is not in this city, two
young men who are more- entitled to tba
patronagoof tha public. They are liencst,
capable and energetic.
Police Buiikiis. This branch of trade
It cfflectually played out. Tho Police
Magistrate havo uot furnished a boarder
to tha hotel da McHale for a week pait.
Tha condition of tbe sidewalks requiro
that a number of Indigent fellows snoum
vat vorr drunk and that penlless bolliger-
nt follwi should immediately fall to pull
"Why will our friends run tho risk of be
coming blind by wearing common Specta
cle, when they can procure tbe most per
fect artlda that bas vet been made, by
calling at our old friend Taber Bros' th
wall known jewelori and get a puir of
Laxarus A Morris' Perfected Spectacles.
Takk NoTicr. For saloor exchange
for Cairo property a farm of 40 aires, 43
mile from Cairo, near Anna, in Union
county; healthy location, and good order.
The place U about half cleared, In good
running order, itocked, with good range.
For particulars address Francis Klier.box
0T, Cairo, or call on him on Cedar street,
between Eight and Linden street.
IlTLAJtD'a Housa. This perlgrlnatlng
building bas been safely placed on tbe lot
at me corner er Tanth street and Commer
cial avenue. The moving was done by
BilrdandSumirwill, who a houso-iuov-ershave
no luperion In Cairo no equals.
Mr..Bjrlaad propoiwi to rapalr the house
thoroughly, put a naw alda-walk all
around it, bulla a mw clstarn, t& mk
itaa good ai now.
THE CAIRO BTJXjIjIEjTIIET, PBBBUABY lO.
Im in AstLUM-Poor Mn. Burke,
another victim of religious oxcitomcnt, has
b!cn Imprisoned In tho State insane aty
lum. Sho'wMient to the Institution in
tho cuttody of Goorgo Wcldon, who re
turned to this city yottcrday morning
The unfortunaU woman did not know hor
fito until the door of the Asylum closed
upon her, when sho said sho was resigned
nnd forgavo the officer for deceiving hor,
Oeorco desires us to return thanks to Mr,
J. H. Slilwcll, freight train conductor on
tho Chicago, Alton and St. Louis railroad
for kindness shown to Mrs. Uurko while
sho wai under his chargo. "Woldon sayi
ho hai mot many polito and gentlemanly
conductors, but no ono who so willingly
put himself to Inconvenience to oblige a
stranger and render a service to unfortu
Great Dollaii Gift Sale or a Laboe
Stock or Baskkui'T Goods. A flno pho
tograph Is sold for twenty-llvo cents, with
which is givon a cortiflcato, describing tho
artlclo which can bo bought for Uno IJol
lar. The stock consUtt, in part, of watches.
Jewolry, plated ware, nlbumt, writing
desks, mtorschaum plpet, cutlery, ivc.
Articles disposed of dally, worth at
least $30 dollars, for ono dollar each I
Any artlclo tho certlfl- 7 mr
can bocxenanged roranno rrcnen unromo,
nicely framed, ar'a Fifty Picturo Album.
Ladies are respectfully invited to attend
day sales. Next door to tbo St. James
saloon, corner of 8th St. and Ohio I.evco.
The Prauie Farmer Annual roa
1871. This is tho tltlo of a neat, 144 page
pamphlet, jutt Issued by tho publishers of
that bett of sgricultural Journal!, The Pro?
rU Farmer. It is profutely illustrated
with wood cuts of Farm Cottages, Poultry
Houtes, Piggeries, Flowers, Ac, and is
filled with short osnys on rural lubjects.
It alto contains a calendar, with accom
panying astronomical notes, and a compre
hensive directory to tho seed dealers, Im
plement dealers, nurserymen and stock
breeders, of tho country. Each subcribcr
to7A Prarit I'armtr for 191, receives a
copy of this annual grath. It is sold to
non-subtcrlbars at CO cents pur copy and
is richly worth tho money. Tho subscrip
tion prico of TV Prarit Fanntr it only
2 00 per year, payable in advance. Pub
lished by the Pralrlo Farmer company,
Schleiinoxr. Fond fathors nnd moth
ers, who wish tho infantile looks and fea
tures cf their Httlo one to bo preserved
for them in an enduring form, should call
on Schlealnger, who make tho taking of
children's picturot, a specialty. "YVohavo
aeen aoina inoclmens of his work ill this
particular, which wo think cannot bo sur
passed. The little features, whether per
nciuatcd in tho form of ambrotvpo or pho
f w w
tograph, show forth distinct and life-like.
Schloslngcr Improves and beautifies his
pictures of the Httlo folks by 'doing tnem
in water colots, in oil, as may bo ucurcu.
.ax ' '
Oikcut Court. The argument in tho
caae of Ellis Bros. v.. tbe First National
Bank Is now In progres. Thecato wi
oponedfor the plaintiff by Mr. Itntden,
in a short but able argument,
and for the defendanU by Mr.
Wheeler, who rovlewcd tbo evidence
in a forcible manner. Ho was followed
by Judgo Green whoelaborately discussed
all the questions In tho cate, making one of
tho ablest arguments of tho session. Judge
Mulkey then becan the closing speech, but
was compelled to adjourn his argument un
til this morning, no will concludo this
"Woma; it exdowxu with a jwculiar
organization. It Is easily lmpalrod and
requires medical treatment which will
speedily terminate her suffering nnd secure
to her porfoct hoalth and splendid spirits.
Ladles will find In MISIILEK S HKItll
BITTEIW a raro Spo:lllc and Tonic for
their sex, In ovary period of lifo, from In
fancy to old ago. It is n preparation
which will aid nature In tho dlichargo of Its
functions Impart strength to tho sytem,
tono t the digestive organs, and will pro
vent lassltudo unci Insure physical regular
ity. Sold everywhere. fobiood&wlw
A Unique Live Boat. On tho first
pugo wo publish a description of a peculiar
lifo-boat. Yesterday, Mr. J. L. (lobhart
exhibited to onr river reporter a modol of
tho boat. It cannot bo kept upsldo down,
and throws tho wator which it may ro
coive, when ctp.Izod, luck into tho river.
It Is a most Ingenious contrivanco, not Im
bio to get out of order, and which wa Vo
llovo will bo tho mens of saving many
lives. Thu boat Is of iron and cannot bo
Tahkii Bkotiikiis, 83 Ohio Lovce, will
Hereafter keep constantly on hand, direct
from tho Eastern manufacturer tho vory
best winter strained purified sporm oil, for
sowing machines, and all flno and light
machinery. This oil has never yet been
supercoded by any of tho manufactured
oils, as it novorgums or is atlectou oy tno
Auter. Dr. Arter, wa aro informed,
has declared his intention to become a
candldato for Mayor, llo was feeling the
publlo pulse yostorday. The Doctor
would, If ho wore electod, itrivo to furthor
the intorosts of tho city, and would glvo to
tho duties of tho offlco his time and atten
tion. Tho rumor, however, may bo un
founded. The Kitchen Quken. In all house
hold, wherever used, tho Charier Oak
Stove is the domestlo queen. (Smiles and
goodnature pervade her kingdom, and her
ubjocti are alwayi Orooirom family jars
and kitchen disturbances. JanSCdawlt
ST. MARY'S INFIRMARY.
Brief History of thw IutUntl-t.t-crallty
of tho Cairo Property Tra-taaa-IXacrlptlon.
of ttte Bollcltnf,
ST. MART'S ISFinUART.
This hospital was foundod at Cairo
nearly four years ago by tho Sudors of tho
Holy Crost. . .
During two years, they occupied as
ahospital building the well known "Pilot
House," on AVashlngton avenue.
The mputation, of tha Infirmary aoon
becamo widely known, and arrangmonts
woro made with Dr. Daniel After, then gov.
vernment Surveyor of thli port, to take
caro of marine patlenti.
It loon becamo evident that the lira.
Itcd capacity of tho "Pilot Houac," would
no longer mccV tka daraandi; and tho
Ordor concluded t , arect - a lultablo
building in our city.. As soon as tho
purpose of tho Ordor wai raado known to
Col. Taylor, ho tendered to the Siltors for
this purpose, frco of cost, forty lots, oppo
site tho Cairo Hlch School building, and
in the most elllglblo portion of Cairo. This
liberal offer on tho part or tho Cairo prop
erty Trustoos, was accepted, and Immedi
ate steps woro taken to orcct a jsultabio
buildlnir; nv nntns, it was
ready for occupation.
Tho reputation which tho Order had
established at tho "Pilot House'' contin
ued, and In a short tlmo the houso was
tub rmsT rLoon
is divided into soven rooms. The front
rooms are used for reception, library, and
medical rooms. Two largo rooms in tho '
rear aro for patients, neatly and
comfortably fitted up, with
from twenty to thirty slngta beds In cacti.
Adjoining these apartment, are tU
kitchen and patient's dining rooms. De
tached from tho main hospital and directly
In tho rear is tho colored hospital.
TFIE SECOND BTORT
is dlvldod into a largo numbor of rooms,
neatly and completely furnished for tho
use of tho Sitters In charge, employees
and prlvalo male and femalo patients.
The two front rooms upon this floor are
used for parlor and chapeL
havo been leveled and nlcoly and tastily
laid off Into walk and small parks, adorn
ed, with a largo varioty of shade and fruit
trees, shrubs, vinos and flowers.,
There aro now confined in, .ths hoipltal
Of this number about forty aro marines,
eight county and one or two private pa
tients. Nearly ono half ofthoso at present
confined nro negroes. AH expenies at
tending marina patients aro paid by tho
United States Government.
in charge of marine patient ara Doctors
Werdner and Gordon. Thcso, gontlomtn
havo givon their professional sorv Icei to
tbo Slstor wr years, free of any charge.
are inaharge of Dr. Win. "Wood who it
paid by thu county for his services.
'While it is tru, that tho Sittori are
paid for marlnu and county patlenti, they
administer to ths want of hundreds lb
jho course of a year for which they do not
recoive anything. They aro dally callod
upon by somo ono, for a moal, lodging, or,
a garment. So one hai evor lift their
door unsatisfied; hence, their expen
diture in this direction must be largo.
are alway permitted to employ' wbatevor
physician they desire. The Siltors have
started a library for the uso of patient.
As yet, they havo accumulated but
few volumes. Will not somo
of our liberal citizens Miist tha sisters in
this doservlng effort ? Donations of books
and periodicals would not only be thank
fully received by tho order, but such be
stowmentt in tho Interest of charity might
add to tho comfort and happiness of many
deprived of health and languishing upon
bedt of sickness.
In passing through tho building wo
were (truck with thotaslo exhibited in tbo
gonernl arrangemont of rooms and clean
liness which characterized ovorything.
While tho order has not
appealed to our cltixan for donations, tho
Sisters in charge fuel very thankful to
some for many nets of liberality. Sistor
Edwards ha the genoral superintendent
of tho building, ably as.l.ted by ft vo Sis
ters, who havo their separata apartments
to control. Tha maaagemont of tbo St.
Mary's Infirmary rofleets ctedlt upon
those In chargo, and tho city of Culru may
woll feel proud of this charltublo institu
Let thoiocltUcns of Cairo Ignorant of
our suporior advantages in this charltublo
direction visit the St. Mary's Infirmary.
Closing Out Sulc.
Twonty-flvo thousand dollars worth of
ready-mndo clothing, hats, cups, boots,
shoe, trunks and valeses aro offered for
sale by P. Noff, 70, Ohio Lovce, ut AC
TUAL COST PRICES, it boing his in
tuntion to closo out in that lino and cm
bark exclusively and moro oxtensivoly in
tho furntshing goods and merchant tailor
This closing out valu furnishes an oppor
tunity to locuro clothing cheaper than
over before offored In this market,
Taxes. Persona in arrears for State
and county taxes will save coil by liquid
ating tho snmo immediately. It is neces
sary, in ordento givo lho cnool fund It
money, that all personal taxo."' sh6djd"b
paid during this month. 'Those Interested
will tako duo nollco and govorn thcmselvoa
accordingly. ALEX. H. IBVIN,
1 wd Sheriff and Ex-offlcio Collector.
Neatly fitting boot and shoes at
Capt. Phllllpi hai gono to St. LOrtii, on
.on a visit.
Francis KUer offer fcr sale, or in ex
change for Cairo proporty, forty acres of
farm land, near Anna. ('
Tho market houso holowo aro glad to
say, is no hole now.
St. Valentino's day Is ncar'al hand, and
all tho lads and lasses nro ready for U.
Pat Collins is thinking about becoming
a candldato for City Marahal.
MatrtaiAotnt Property at Pavlta Dale.
I will sell my residence, located al the
cornor of 21th itroot and nolbrook av
nue, at public salo, on Saturday next, at
ll-fyolfiokf ajrCai tnVcourt hcuso. It
contains nlno largo and elegant jcomi, a
largo contented cellar, with a brick founda
tion under tho wholo houso. Out-houc are
coniploto, lno)udlng a, fine twostory barn.
Tho houso Is located on eight lots,, ono ana
a half foct nbovo grado. Tho .grounds
aro mlorrnxl with n largo nnd'chblce selec
tion of fruit trees, vines, shrubs and flow-
ors. 4 j.
Opportunity will bo given to examine
tho premises to thoso dcslrlijg tojiurchaso.
Terms of salo: Ono-haf .cashj 'balanca
In ofio and"two ycars nt ten percent, per
annum. " Vt j0itiv(.
" 4 JOEL G. MOKGAN.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Xtyr Time Table.
On un'd arter 1 2:50, pm., Sunday, Doo.
Uli, tho following time tablo will govern
tho arrival and departure of passenger
trains at Cairo :
Mall train leaves at 3:40 a.m.
Express, " at..v 130 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
leaves at 1:"0 rum.
Accommodation leaves at. ..12:30 p.m.
.Mull arrives - 2:05 a.m.
Express, arrives 12:24 p.m. ,
St. Louis and Cairo Express s
arrives 4:45 p.m.'
Tbe last named train leaves St Louis at
1O.30 a.m. Traders can leavo Cairo at 1:20
a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:25 a.ra., Ttmaln
n tbo clty'tKioo hours,' and return to
Cairo at 4:43 p.m., tbo tatnoday.
Tho 12:30 accommodation and Calm and
St. Louis express lrave daily; all others
leave dally except Sunday.
"Way passenger should bear In mlnd that
tho 3:80 p.m., train make only four ttop
plngs botweon Oalro and Central!, vis:
Jotiesboro, Cartxmdale, Du Quoin and
Aahlcy, Tho 12:30 p.m, train top at all
the" station along the. route.
dccStf Agent, Cairo.
"Wasted. A fomalo servant, whlto or
black, tu ! chmmber work In n small fain-
ily, and tiumo; To gcjld help, the. highest
wage will W paklt ddrssaJ'Boqulror,
at this onlc:
Ir tou want a pair of boot! mado to or
dor, out of the best material, and in tho
most fashionublo and durable manner, go
to Wm. llhlors, on Twentieth itroet, op
poste thel court house. tf
Ir you want a good, ityllsh and woll
fitting suit of clothes, mado to order, you
mast go to P-Netf, So. IV Ohio Luvco.
Countt Okdkks Vaktkd. nighest
cash prico paid for county, orders by the
Enterprise Saving! Bank. Offlce, nt City
Katlonal Dank. fcbWlw
TiipfcsANPij ottest lu vtrture,and from
ail quarter of the Globo .como testimon
ials o( wonderful curw performed'.by 6im
raon'a LWorilguiator. . febtda&wlm
Foil pit (oft and cartridges and bowle
knlvw, go diroct to P. Null, So. 70 Ohio
, . ' i "
Fi.ouif Choico Family Flour in bbls
half bbl's., sacki, Ac, for salo at tha Egyp
tian Mill. au
A lakoe stoolr of furnUhlni; goods of all
kind alwayi 'on hand-at'l KefT No. 70
Ohio Lovco. decStf
f-lfnir. Airi.wlfrom l)pt1 to
Ja... Uilmoro ,tt. Inl
yam Drown ' ' Mr.fiia
AJax IMtjburUe-. N.O.
HI. Mar)' UraoaTillo Memiihl
Jan. i-'llC.Jr l'uduc.li failnvah
Arlintoa Coluuibua Coluinlun
A. iuwr Watush
The river remains stationary.
90 Tho Cumberland I falling with
eight feet on tho shoals,
0 Tbo Quickstep is 1ho regular
Packet for Evansvillo Uils ovonlng.
ffir The St. Joseph discharged 25 baits
EasJorjLMttoaJiera.- - - -
SSf Ilusiuosswai uot 80 eoodyeslorday,
and receipt havo fallen oil considerably.
KSTTho1 Jas. isk,t-Jr.,4eavoa buret for
Pjiducuh eyory evening. wcept Sunday.
hhdj jspgi ri,3? pkgs ajjsortod'grocarfe for
reshipment North per rail. , 4 , ,
idStfba Ajkahaas' Bel'lo 'bought' 458
iks w hoot B19 empty flour bbls for Cairo
millers, Jand 50 tons for,,rejdiIPn'-
prions other polnU. 1?.
lip Trio St'.'Maryi rccetved'about 120
tons hero for Memphis and way point.
Tho Marblo City received 70 torn for the
Jgy Tho Indiana li duo hero from
Now Orleans with 175 hhds sugar, 50 bbls
molasses, CO bbls oil, 100 baskets wine, 100
bxs lemons, 5 hhds cocoa nuts for Cairo
nnd tho I. C.R.R.
$er Tho Ohio Is stationary at Pittsburg
with flvo foot water in tho channel. Iti
falling at Louiivillo with seven and a
half frot in the chuto.
MT The Mississippi Is rising at St.
Louis, and theta It a riso coming down
from above. Theta Is at loait ten feet
watr to St. Louis, and "deep four," (24
a . .
JTjr The weather was qulto cool tbe
aAorcury indicating 32 degrees In the
morning and only rlslngvi 40 during the
day. Tho wind wai from thb North last
evening and the tcmporaturo will below
freezing polat beforo morning.
tST Tho Mollio Able discharged 16
hhds sugar, bbls ditto, 4 ski coffw, 10
pkgs sundries for Cairo, and COO hbdi
lugar 20 bbls molasses, 30 iki cotton
seed, 8 hhds ditto for rcihlpments North
and East per rail.
tSf Mr. J. L. Geb'hart exhibitod to us,
yesterday, a model of a lifo boat Invented
bv Mr. Peter R. Bcaupre. whlolt cannot
bo kept upside down, and which throw
tho water which It may receive, when
'Capsized; back into tho river.
ley Tho Ilakcr went up to G001
Island, or thereabout, and brought down
CC3 ski corn for Ualliday Ilrothcrs. Capt.;
Trovir cleared, for tho Wabash ytitirday,'
anil will ply between that river and Cairo
bringing hero nt lonst a portion of tho
southern' bound frnlgt which has hcrotoforo
been carried to Evansvillo and Shawnoo
town for rcshipmcnt. Tho Ilakcr took
with her .sovorul orders for tho purcliaso
of consldcrablo corn. I
eay.Stoani boatmen and citizens should
sign tho petition at tbo boat store of G. D.
VlllIamson, praying for tho repair of tha
dam across tho Ohio from tho head of
Cumberland Island to tho foot of Dog
Island. Tbe break at present. In this dam
fourms a dangerous bar, nnd also, at certain
seasons shuts out Cumberland riror from
belrtg entered by steamers rblch could
run thcro if onco. over tho bar nt. Id
ir9"Iniuranco can bo effected on good
slilppcd on tho regular bargo linos and on
the St. Louis and Memphis Packets al much
lets rates than by other means of river
trantnortatlon. ,A discrimination will
alto bo mado in favor of Iron steamboats,
and probably In favor of itcamars which
have wator tight compartment In their
hulls. It It sold that tho insurance com
panies havo paid no losses on gooJs ship-
ji-U by thu St. Xouli and Memphis
Puckot Company for nlno years.
OF MKAL ESTATE.
Nottca h hctrbjr fUcn. tlitl pur.uaet to ad
rrrul oro.r aawrci in in uoun 01 vomiuun
11... ct iha rlly nt Cairo, at tha Norrmtr
Trm thereof, A. I. IM. an4 ammilwl al tlie
JunnipocUl lariu, A. i. iwa.oi .am roan, in
ucartalnrau.o Ih'n aoJ thar pending aliarcln
u.r.h j Kuni. xlininlilr.trlz at tha (OOilsanil
rtiatuU, right. nJ credit or CtarL kurts. itr-
Cfaacu. wai conjIiainni, au u.mm" . nuii
Durt'tla M. Kuril. Charlta M. Kurtt, William K.
Kurti, Mary F.Kurtiana Jolin C. Kutt uV.
r.mUnt., iha ual.rilnad, a4minl.lr.trix ur
Cbarlv. Kurt, deceaaed. aa. appctaltsl to Mil
(he prmlsfharelnaltardfcrlUI with tha p.)
ra aad ror ihr purpo.f . In mI1 dacita mantlonad.
yndiTilnp,l will, on H.turd.y, the lh U7 of
M.ix'li, 1.71, at 1110 Hiiuinwr.i noor 01 ino court
huii.a In Iha rlly ut Cairo, county of Alnxandir
and 11 or lllinolt. btafu Iha hour, of 10
o'cloek.a.rn.audfto'rlock n.ro .einasa and onVr
ror ..In U lh" hldhc.t and lwt bidder, lot aom
lr 1 ten (to) and nia feat orr of Hi aaap .Ida at
lotnumtre(len (II) all In Mock uuuibttrtut
tw.nty.lhri- (tl) IB Ilia cur or Ctlro. county ut
Alex.nlr and Hula or lllutoi. tolh.rwlih all
iha vtppiitteu.ncc. and prltllcK" lharennto iio
lnnxiiiK l' ''f'rJ.Mne wlili .uul ilaero. Hi
teriii.ul ! buiUK ona-third cult and tlw LI
a.nea In final ln.UllmmU, In ix ami tw.lt.
tiiontlu.tobuwviireaby inorUMnonth arttn-
rAUAIl J. KUIt I
Adiulnl.tratrli otCbarlu Kuril, Uecrajvl.
I.. I'.luillrr, Ally, for Admri. FalilMltwit
One or Ih.tno'l
UKAUTiFUL AMJ UEALTV I'LAOM ON TI1K
BlVKIt, AT AMKR1C.I,
Fullrl-wor rltcr and boats, W or 40 rct-t ab
IhkIi water, .
Iinproiciiifnl. llou" iixW, 7 renntsi a ctl
lar cint fet deep, well walled and perfectly dry.
uiiUr ihowanlo huuc; barn, wood-hoilto, .moko
hou.e and lumber Imute, til In good repair; lien
ly ot uood water. Three hundr.d lunloit I'ear
tree, and other chnleo varieties; hulf mila or
-Wl orrr two aere rlneyard in full bearing,
aa lanabunilanra of p.aehe. and applaa.
Any I'er.on wl.hlim to purcha.0 had better
call or.wrila aoon aa 1 am determined to .ell.
Addrea', II. W. lUUHl.h.
Jan..!) j'l A!m Mound Cilv, lllluoit,
CoiniiiiTclul fVv., Opposlto Post Offlco
'iiipn 11 1 iNOlfi.
JOSKPIl, 1UYLISS, Proprietor.
The Homo l.uewly furuithe.1 and otter. loth
public tlrt-la. uccominoil.llon.i. fb7Uif
PEOPLES' MEAT MARKET
.LCU8AYBU A CO., Fropin., '
Keepvonatauliy oaliand lh beat of beef. Pork,
lutler. Veal, Lamb, taiKaKe, I'llddlnK, ate.
Fre.h white lard in any i)iuutil',uortteil bvof,'
"'order flluVpromptly ami .atl.facl lea""
ranted,, . , , t'l"f
7, T;Mjcoiii5. n
" Hoard and Tu(llon er aanum, 2,
iJS&ato. WJR ACr War.
iTa "ution peraaonm, li. Prtaldaat, the Wry
K. r. 1. ellmuth, 1. D., Dean of Huron.' For
particular, apply to Majvr tvans, Loatlon, Canada
W. Strattoo. x. Bird.
gTRATTOX sV BIRD,
neeesson to8trUon,Itodon a Clark,)
Aaeasst at Aaar1aB lawaas Cav, s
afaetarevi Aaraata far CaMSass Ta
p D. VIIXIAMftON,
ta a m.j -j-V "TT
Mo. 78 OM I4YM.
teetal attenttaa Ktvaea t 0al;si
SBcm and rtlllBi Ordara
HJILI.ER ate PARKJBR,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAT,
lVo. 58 Ohio Iievee
Q5f THE MOVE."
H. M. HULEN
Ilait UemoTed to Mis wa Bin
3f Commercial Avenue
Whern haaollet 11 a coatmuanc of patronafraa
hl.rormercuito mers, a. well aa taal r a. maa
new one. may want prim sroetrlta, proTielonsy
ele., remarkably cheap ror caah.
Torm.t Strictly caea, tor whlth h "111
owr than Iha lowest. . 7tt
1 I n
VOll BVU CCLKmUJaTBO
A.ncl 15 vc G-lnssps
The iindarniealioaa1datanta( over those in
ordinary u., lh proof cf which may ba ea la
the Katraiirdlnary a.le. aad centadtly id
creating demaad. forthaati
l.t. That from the peeullar eon.tnietlan or the
(time, they ASdlbTand PREMEaVR tha tight
rendennr rrc)UDtchan(a unnaca.aary.
I'd. That thayconfer.a brilllaawv aaa dl.tiact.
ne.a at- Tialu. wiin an arao.nl af KASCasad COM
FUKT not hllharto aojtyact by spasaal warr.
3. that tha material frnra which lh Cn... ar
crouod, Is manufactured ipaclallT for optw pur.
ores, aad 1 fURE, UAaU and BHILUAHT,
d not liable to become tcratohed.
Ith. That tha framea In which they ar t,
wheth.rinGoM, Hllter or r'leel, re of th itt
quality and Anuh, and guaranteed n
WATCHMAIKKS, JEWELERS AMD
Fin Jewelry. Diamond, Solid ai)tr. Plated
War! al.o Maaufaclurars of Jawelry aad Dia
3STo. 83 Ohio Levpe
Sole Agent for U( place, from whom ooly an
. Ihejr b"ohtaIoX
MaBiiracfurlng Opllolana, Hartlora, 0aK
nor ttlf dltv
Cor. Pojtlar and Thlrtetith 8t ,
CAIRO, ' - -1 r .'.ILLINOIS
(In tlio bultJIufi known, tho SmlthStor.)
I doius: it Gen.rM (irocery lluiinei. la Flrst-Ctaa
Good, nne Tea.,' pure Corlee, Canned and Dried
Fruiu, moke.1 as I Halt Meat, fielled Pork,
l.ard, Hmoktl H.f, Uutter. r'reeh Kit. Flour
Me.l.Salt-KUh. .Not.. Candle., Shot, and all kind
of tfood usually kept in flr.l-clu. grocery store.
It rU'arker ' r H. F. Blkl
DABKER V BLAKE.
WHITE WD. ZINC OILS
Wlmlotv Gloss amA tpW?
Urwaltf. VIIFaNr, Wldw k.
t5 OHIO i-ETEE,, :
Onivo ' VUlmos
YTfAlKEVi'' ' 41
Tin and Hollow Ware, CloUes Wrlif eri
Toilet .Wars, Coal Rods, lire
anovew, ir irstte,, c )t
- ' Manufacturer fit
Tin, Gopper, Zinc and Stieetffn
No. 166 Washington 'AW
. A . CAIRO, I.tU. 0 V"
RaMSIstaT. Uatt.riaf 'ael all kUda f
Jab Work atlkNtsM IMS..'
febadlf ' . "! 1
( 1 " fit