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We are ulborlf'l lo nnotinc HANIEI.
ARTKIt m a candideto for ltytr, al the ensu
ln municipal electron. t
I'or C'llr Altemey.
We urn atithorlitd to announce John M. Lain
den ancandldatc for roeluclion t' thn tlB-m of
Ulty Attorney at the entiling municipal election.
Far citjr afaretsal.
We are aulhorlae l to announce ANDRKW OA IN
ea a candidate for the onV of City Marshal. uh
tctto thedeelalon of tht llemoeratlo party.
We are authorised to nnnouricelhel HKMHV T.
IIAUTIN will be a candidate for Hie office of VAly
Marshal, at the ensuing charter election,
let to liiedetlslon of IrwiDemwrallo petty.
We ere tuthorlMd to ennouooe I'AUl, W.
AM. E.N m en Independent candidate for the office
of Oily Marehal, subject only to the decision of
the Horde. !
' We ere authorised lo nnnoance Vf ILI.1AM T.
SCOTT ee a candidate for City Mariliel at the m
aula charter election, "
rr VUY Clerk.
At the reneet of mtny friend, I am a candl.
date fur in offine or City Clerk, ul.jtct lothe de
cision of the "Democratic, party.
HT1LL IN TIIK FIKI.l).
We are euthotiaad te aenouD.e the name of J.
T. THOMAS ea candidate for the office of City
Clerk at'llie entuln; municipal election. Id
Far City Traarer.
Wr are euthoriw-l lo annftunce, JO.lKI'H II.
TAYLOIl, ee a candidal" for re-election to lliool
nee of CityTreaearer at the tntttlbc municipal
-, , ,rr Melee I Caststell.
W'fo'taitHlrUtd to aimoubr'e N. h. WICK
WIKK et a candidate for the rlecl Council
from the Tlilrd Ward, at the eneulnjj mimlci.
Par Aider .
Wr atn entlio-laed te announce that W.
Car It a candidal (or- mernk-ef ol
the llotrd ol
Aldermen frcusthe Pltet WartKV
f'llv Clerk's Office.
Cairo, 111., January it, l:i.
Notice ie hereby nitn, that there will he a gen
eral charter election held
ON Tl'KRI'AY IB th i or r'KUkl'AHr.
A, I. ITI,
iilhetlly of Cairo, In the county t Aletender,
lathe Mate of llllnol", lor the purpote of fleet-)-
A Oily Clerk,
A City Treat urer,
A City Marehal.
A City Attorney, and ,
hlxHter.i tbn Heleet Couacll.iut tollo..
One Member from (he Kf rat Ward,
Ue Member from lh Hecond Ward,
One Member from the Third, Ward,
Dae Member frm the fourth Ward, and
Two Meeabete from the (Aty.alUrre.
Oae Member of the Jioerd of Aldermen from
the Kiret Ward,
Three Member! of the aame from the Seond
Oae Member ol the aame from lh Third
Two Membert of the aame from tke fourth
HoUewill be opened la the ilitlcrent ward, at
followei . .
In the Pirtt Ward, at the oMca formerly kuoen
aelfeltentie Uo.'a, romer el Willi .ireei and
Wanrilnxtori airnue i , ,
In the Heroud Ward, al the eiKlne huu uf trio
Arab fire Oimrioy,
In the Thirl Ward, lu the Hibernian fire Co
anreenrlne houte, near the comer of Tmllih
f treet anT Commerttel avenne
la ak Kourth Ward, at the oourt-hon.e.
falU will opeaad al a o'rloca a.m., and
cluaad at oVIotk p.m. of eaid UIU day of r rbru.
arr.A.U.UTI. e.NO. BKHWN, City Urk.
(1 W. UVXXIXfl, M. I. Mc
J IPINCB-Oorner Ninth and Walnut
umCK Corner Suth Btrtet and Ohio Uie
OfKICK HOUaW-From t a.m. U II m an I
WILLI A. MM. HMITH.M. 1
UKHIDENCB-No. 11, Thirteenth tee
etwee a Waahloftoa Atenue and Walnut Ulieet.
'OfFC K--1M Cemerclal An r.t, f 'lie
HWABUKEB, M. D., Cairo
BRSlDltNOB-Onmer of Nineteenth ..'
and Wethlrton are. OKKICB-On . Commen-lal
are., orer the Hotlofflce. DKFICK HOl)t!l
fromio to to 11 in., (rtuodeya exceptej and
from to ft p m.
OHca, 18tt CoawcrtUI Attnup.
OMcaHonra, Mo 10 a.m., A. llonii.m.
Hetidencc.No. lt.Ninlli n t, Cairo til.
HKKN -4t UlLltUUT,
ATT0R5KYK AHD !QUSEL10ES AT
Wllllaaa'H. UtlbeH, CAIKO, ILI
MUea P. eilavert,' j
itoecUlaetoalioa iieaui A'lrmralty aad Uieauv
uatkwtaee. n- ' , -j
liMit an OhlaXevee. Raaawa 7 and
aver Clly Matloual Bank.
JIXtWAK, MVKS eV POPK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
. H. Pill. I
iaviCKn 8ereoth Ktreot. Wintci'n lllock.
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
OOD AND JOAL.
la urepared to delliertneDeet
Fire Wood &. Stone Coal
la any part of the city, In any n,in.ntity Ue.ited.
on abort notice.
Col Dellrere t 91 50 ror 'ion.
OFFIcfc-Ovat Uaaneart, Oelb A Co.' alotra
Qjiro City Book Bindery
la nrevared lo
Maianfaatar Bf suah. BsMk su M
naW a jaakMiUc .
7S Ohio JAtsvee,
CiaO, - - - ILLINOI8
AVornniNiiTo.v will nppcar In tliotocol
I-'i.ouif Chtilco Kumlly Flour In Ij1j1
half Mil"., fncki, Ac, for nlr, at tlwEgyp-
tlHti Mill.. au
A i.ARiiXAtockor AirnililhB gorxlt of nil
klnil nlwiiyt nn liitnil nt V. Nell", No. 71)
Ohio Lv.'. tlPc'Jtr
O.vk hundrnl vnluublo will bo
given nwny each nlglit nt I'rof. HitnJ'
"silcr" gift allow four nlghU tlil week.
Look out for l'rof. HatnlV xilrtr gift
exhibition, four uccm1vu niglils t!n
week, cotntnenclng witli Wcdncuhy, Kcb.
IIlRitOfiLVi'iiira. For Normnri'a (Jlia
lybonlc Cough .Syr ujr tritdo tnitrk of
hieroglyphic" go to Ifttnim, rolo ngfnt,
corniT Klirhth ttrcct nttil Coriimcrclal five
nuc. l'KOK. S avih, thrhli-r of Ve-Iitl lloUlt,
mnglrl:in nml llght-oMiti'l perfortnert,
will exhibit In (,'alro, on Wtxliinuluy,
Tliurlitv, Friiloy nml fiitturJny nighu,
commencing Fobrmiry l"lh.
A .M:i.ANfiioi.v Si'wtai A boy
not eight yt-HM of ago wn eii on yotr-
dny in tho ftrcoti in it lMu of Intoiku
tlon. The trth houM tleny th man or
uomitn who furnlahetl lilm lequor, :i
ilicltor nntl heaven 11 goJ.
Low water In thu clty.U two hundred
ami roviiiity-fivo fett tibovetl. gnlfi ll'
tance by river, oho thoutnntl one hundrKl
and fovcnty-tlght tnilci: iliitntico by
itrulL'ht line, five thotitand miles. Full,
threo and otic-fourth Inehct per mile.
Tne I.'om-i:kt. Thu liudien, nt thu
concert wit not m largo ni w hoped It
might be. Tho choir of th Jlpttoopal
church, tin concertlitt, wero very iuec -fu),
their Inglng being excellent and the
mtiiic lcctedfortbBOCaiIon appropriate
Foit fifteen yenra 1 utlVirfil from disor
der of tho liver; but Inco 1 hava uted
ons packaged Itnmont' Liver l'.gulat r.
to thU day, which i now tewrtl ye.ire. I
have been coinpn'rutlvely i aottnd limn.
Maj. A. F. WOOLKV,
fobHdiVwIw KlngUcn, (in.
Tho "Welcome Saloon," under Nefl'i
clothing itorc, Ohio Levee, will ba thrown
open tlil AVedneiday evening, February
15th. Free lunch will bo upread, nttd
CTcryliiKly riimlo lt by tb i.rnprie.
tor, H.J Umddy. (iuthrrlnl gi.tb.sr in.
Why w ill our frlendi run the rl'k of be
coining o.'iiiii by wearing common Specta
clc, when they can procure tho mou per
fect itrtlclo tlint ha yet 1ii mad", by
calling nt our old friend Tuber lire' tho
well known Jeweler ntnl get it pair of
LaxaruK V lorrl PcrfiTt'"! .Spueuelue.
Don't dela. febld.wAlm
Taiiku lliioTHKKs, 6.1 Ohio Lcvw. will
uereaftcr keep comtantly on hand, direct
from tho Emtcrn manufacturer the very
bcrt winter .trained purified perm oil, for
owing machine!, and all fine ur.d light
maehlncrv. Thl oil ha nov.-r yet been
utiercedi-d lv uuv of tint matitifurtured
oil, twit nevcrgumi or H nt!eclei by mu
Taki: Xutii-k. For ealoor uxehungo
for Calto property n farm of 10 ttere. 12
mile from Cairo, near Anna, In I nln
county; healthy lot-ntion, and good water.
Thu placo l nbf tit half ibured, In go.d
running order, atockod, with giod rnngo.
For partlcttlnri oddret. rriwicn loiter, box
107, Cairo, or mil on lit in on i.eunrnrei'i,
between Kighttind Ninth tre.l.
Fa nt Time. The 'National J.ina u ft
uecei. it deliver ireignt moroopem
ouslv thitu any other of th iiuiiu-ruii Uf'
freight llnc about which o much i said,
juclt laud hymitt r.f iir.nio nro sung.
Freight bythi lino wrra Iniil ilowu in
Cairo ycturdny iilno iluy out from 2nw
York only iilnn lny, nnu tiurngotit in
form u that It U the intention of tlio linu
to make ten dnyi from Xow York to Culro
tho regular time.
Ci.iuivoiA.T. Dr. lltiiidall, at prujcut
located In thl city, tmd purforuiliig many
wonderful cure, ha comcnted, at thu
rdtucit of l'rof. fjiid, W .tid him to
night bv an exhibition of cliirlvoiant
poweri, and to domintrati to thu publlo
hli ability todctctluo nny articl In tlio
room without touching or seeing It. Thu
Doctor' officii I otMri. ltedinan', cornor
Washington avomio mill Hovcuth ttmt.
ScoTT.-Wm. T. Scott, tho colored
hotel keeper, and one of tho leadur of the
Uopublleaii party of Cairo, announce,
himself this mornlnc a a cnndWato lor
c,, Maril,al ll0 tcliovo ho shall bo
elected. Ho ha no doubt that nearly U
the votoi of tho nccroo doctor will bo
cast for him, nnd has reason to expect, tlio
vote of tho whlto lhdlcal. Toobtahi
ofllco by conciliating tho negroci. Suott
wat acnta it llepubilcnn delegate totho,
Congressional convention, and to obtain
ofllce by conclliuting the negro t,lio
loading white .Radicals will labor to oloct
Sott. llthoy "gobacst on mil now, he
will go back on thorn hareafter. Then if
the DemocrttUftreJdlvIdedand scattor their
totos upon Martin, Cain and oilier in (joe
Seott. This U n"plftln njpikoslaif,"
Sunshiny, but chilly yeitorday.
Our vnlontlnei wcro moro exprcive
tli it n beautiful.
Mayor Wilson is nt home again from tho
.Mayor's convention, tto.
Tho Hibernian will dance at Washing
ton II all, on tho evening of 20th Innt.
Hotel nrrlval "during tho putt "three
dny hnvo been numerous.
"Kind Words," by Harry Schaurnfoun
dor, will appear In Tnic .Sunday Bulle
tin. -Mr. Mnnn will not permit hie, nigger,
Shore, to beconin acandidnto fo rAldor
man in tlio second Ward.
Tho masquerade? of tho Casino ball
hiving recovered from tho.ctjucta of tho
fcJttivitlee, are' galn pumitng tho even
tenor of their way.
The speech of Mr. H. Moycr, president
of the Casino, At tho Inauguration of tho
new rooms, wa, wo arn in for rued, n .fin
ished production, neat, pithy and brief:
Tho butcher, Kynaston, has secured n
vote of thanks from tho Director of tho
Cairo urpnan Anyium for liberal dona
tions of meat to that charltablo institution.
.Mr. Kvnniton Is, as nil his acquaintance!
know, it whole-souled gentleman.
Tho candidacy ol Mr. William T
Scott, tho colored hotel keeper, for tho
rifllcn of City Marshal will make (ho con
test for that ollieo lively. If Martin,
Coin nnd Allen nil run hmn't Scott a
good ohaiico of success?
Tho iron steamboat "John T. Moore,"
built tit Cincinnati, was nt our wharf yes
terday. Tho building of this boat marks
a t.cw era in Weitern steamboat building.
Her -ii'vcii Is a. u red. Our river re
porter wtil havuhlscayou this subject, ior.
wliieh overhaul tho river column, and
"when found mako n. note of.
Hock well & Co. havo ordered tho "l'oems
of Uret Hnrtc," lately published by Oagood
iV: Co., iiotton. Mr. llarto i lulmitablu
diitleut rhymer, and In the higher walks
of poetry scarcely Inferior to nny of tbo
select few of America who' nro favorites
of the Nine. A. a fulr specimen we glvo
thu following stanzas from a poem entitled :
'Tho Mountain Heart's F.mc;
The miner rin In Me mused ltbur,
And, lennltir on hi t' le,
Lviphinzlyealla tint" lileeomrale nelrfilior
Tiieeo thy ehanna ilNpIayed.
Illtt In tile eyranlt iiitwvDle-1 rle,-
And for a moment cbur,
rometit homeU'e lil foolleh thoiulit ear-rle-.
And jritive In a Ifftr.
home ljoyih ti.fo.t of lilt e nlern f illajre,
Where KoMen htnt fidlom d quiet tlllae
Aboie u oai eful toll.
One iiiomtnt only, for th viol. uj.Wninj,
Tliroush riotand tlbroc'catei.
Ami otilhe inu ldycuiruitkliwly Jrlltlnx
Are nwcji! thybrul.od Icntri.
An I j'', poet, In thy homrly LaMon,
Tliif unit ihoq iln.t fulfil.. . ...
for 1 (. n.rl ii'Urrentfclt.U iWJian
Thy face if shlnia till.
1. ivKFxoficl:i-i. e.
Where HarKnlui In Dry Uoaeta May k
ii ii. HA.ssr
is n.w making urrungementi for tho open
ingof tbn apring trade. H intend filling
hi commodious atom room with a largo
vnrletv of dry goodi, comprhing ladlea
dre,s goods, muslins, tablo linen, carpet
ing, matting and till article uounl'y found
In similar establishment.
Hi carpets two ply, three ply nml
lruc!, are of nuwund elegant patterns,
and cheaper than have been brought to
this market. Mr. Hanny intend, adding
to hi .lock in this particular, nt an early
day, and will show such n variety In style
mid prices that ull purchaser can be suited.
In othor article of dry good Mr. Hanny'a
stock will - low in prieo, vurloti In klud
and of the bot quality.
"THK MAURI AGE PROPOSAL.''
ltriitrs( lor II. UeftirodHetlao.
On lat Sunday night, tho German Dra
matic Association produced the play enti
tled "Tho Marriage Proposal, ' and enacted
it lit n manner that commanded the un
bounded applause of thu audience.- Desir
ing It reproduction, it number of tho
ttioutator of lift Sunday night have
ttddroiued to tho Association the following
V, the uudertlgued, kindly request the
member of the (iurmau Dramatic Alio
rliitlnn to ronent tho play entilletl "Tho
Murriiigo Proposal," on next Sunday ove
ulng, nttd at thu same titiio extond lo them
our thank for tho manner in which they
rendered tho piny on Sunday night last.
.1 no Ivouhler
.1 no Itecso
F M Stockficlh
T M Moetovles
(i J llurger ,
Thanks. At it meeting of tho Orphan
Aw' ", It w
U jived, that n vote of thank be ton-
deroil to Mr. Kynaston, butchor, lor hl
gonei ous donation of meat to thoAayluui.
.Ur. It. Vf. U' avo J.
Closing Out Kulc.
Tweiay-tlvo thousand dollar worth of
rettdy-inude clothing, but, cup, boot,
sbocs, trunks ,und vnlose aro offered for
6alo by P. Noff, 70, Ohio Lovce, at AC
TUAL COST PKICES, it being bl In
tontlon to closo on), in that lino and em-
ImrU exclusively and moro extensively In
tho furnishing good and merchant tailor
ing buslttcssi '
Tills clo.ing out sale furnlibc an oppor
tunity to tccuro clothing cheaper tban
evor beforo offered in tbU market.
THE F.ICHHOrF BROS.
THE rt'KmTUBt MAHCrACTOIl-
jlrh ur caiso.
Their Bssalsa-Ila (Jrowtk Proa-perlty-Knlaraed
or llielr Xerr Ke
That our readers mny posies ft more
complete and full knowlodged of the pro
grcs of tho
MAXUrACTURISO IMTIRMTOF CAI0,
wo purposo to give brief description and
extent of thr now In nroceil
When wo take Into account that th
first effort! nut forth on tb wtrtoftno
city to Induce manufacturer to locate
hern. Wnrntrxtthan two VCM eo, ROtl that
theso effort were in port, impeded, ,if
not defeated, by thwe who nouia uavo
tho Interest of Cuiro at hirt, Iho result
ha been trulv remarkable, and nothing
can iintv he more evident than that the
in n nil iVrLtirW fnrilltlul of CttlrO will
fual, if not'surpaai, those of nny city in
tho Mississippi volley, within five years.
Wn Invite, attantion then, first, to the
furniture establishment of
TheM enrerprlslng brother! ha.ve k-en
..g4w sir mo Mtsinei on lHlh street for
many year, and whllo they huvo quietly
pursued tho ovon tenor of their way but
few of our citizen know tho extent of the
busine tboy.bave been doing,) especially
forthe past two year. They havo now
on '.hand, and In a few week teady for
market, nearly three thousand bed-tteads,
and a very large acd varied assortment of
bureau, wardrobe, etc.
Their present establishment is ox ton
tive, yet not sufficiently so for their grow
ing business. In ordor to meet tho pret
erit demand for moro cxtentlvo manufac
turing facilities, they purchased tne
month ago of Col. Taylor, eleven lot,
cornor of 17th Urcet and Washington
avenue, and Immediately began tho erec
tion of their future furniture establish-
THE MAIN JICILUIKU
will be CO by 80 fect,'nve storle and front
ing oil Washington Avenue. Attached to
ini Will DO olio ivory iiruciura
by 80 feet, Intendod
for tho engine, and an apartment for dry
TUK QROCSI) OR VIIUT r LOO It
of the main building will bo occupied by
the machinery, lloro all wok will be
prepared fur finishing and putting furnlturo
. Tit: axcoNU i loor
will be used for storing furniture and sales
room. Tbo third story will bo occupied
for finishing and putting .furni
ture togother ana will havo capacity
for runulug from sixty to tovonty-avo me
chanic. Tho fourth story will be used for
itores, paint und varmYu room, and the
fifth for tlore room for bodttead nnd aril
uie not diiTicttlt to handle. All the ma
terial ana nirniture will bo lowcr.tf ana
elevated to and from l!tVoreut apartment
by steam power.
They also contemplate the erection of
LAJadUTWO STORY RCILDIMO
In tho rear of the above
fronting on Poplar tret, to
be mod for storing lumber and for manu
facturing xnfos, table, dusks, Sii.
TIIK MMalatCHn Of TIIK NRM or
of KIchholT flros. are William, Henry and
Charloa 'Eitfhbotr. Those gentlumen
came to Cairo year ago from Dongola,
Union county. Sturtlng in business with
but very limited capital, yet, by their In-
dustry, and we may say an almost
slavish attention to business, they now
occupy a position in the front rank of
our busine mou. Let our citizen
remember, bofom tending off for furnl
turo, that their wants can bu supplied at
home h cheap if not chcapor than else
where. May the Klchhoff llro. be amply
rewarded for there energy and efforts, In
their own behalf n well ns In tho interest
County- Onriuts Wanted. HlgheU
qtsh prico. paid for county .order by tho
Enterpri.o Snvlnisi Hank. Office, at City
Nntional Jlitnk. .-'fl."v
CoNHVMPTiojf. An Kiu'.m n. vil
periodical give an interesting account cf
tho complete euro of Mr. Amos Stauil'er,
of Manor, Lancaster county, P., of hered
itary consumption. Hor parent and sov
oral brothers nnd lstordiod of thl terri
ble disease. Mr. Stnulfur wj horelf re-
duaedto it mora skeleton tho pulo at
HO; hor breathing painfully difficult;
oxpectoration very excoslvej dlarrhio
worse than chronic, una iter condition so
hopeless that at a confurence of theolp and
skilful physicians tho wa pronounced in,
curable. At this stage of the disease, Dr.
S. 11. Hurlmau, of Millursvllle, Lancaster
county, Pa, n physician of fourteen year
standing, prescribed MIHHLEK'S HKUH
lilTTKKS. Tho patient oon uxporiunood
u pleasing invigorating sensation through
out her svstcm. und eucourged by her
friend to continue under Dr. Hart nun'
treatment, Uo did to, gradually improv
ing under Increased dose according to her
trenirt!t. until he entirely recovered.
Mr. Statiffer I still living in tbo full en
joyment of pirf-tct hoaltli. CM llrr,
National Hank, substantiates the ptrticu
larsof thl most wonuorfrl cao
Taxkh. I'crnoiit in arear for Stato
and county taxo will tavo cost by liquid
ating the tame immediately. It I. nece.
iaryi,inordor to give the tchool .funil, lu
money, (but all' purtonal taxe should be
paid during thi month. Thoo Interested
will tako duo notice and govorn themselves
accordingly. ALEX. H. IKVIN,
Iwd, ahorlffRnd J!x-offlclo Collector.
5 1 ; "
I'or plttol and cartridge and bowl
fcnivet, go direct to P. NeOi, No. 70 Ohio
A W.U.Posted Mea-A. Tfhr CMa
-. rirs Ma-A fair Mas Ta
Maa rr Slajrar.
To the Editor of the Cairo Bulletin.
Permit a constant reador of Tuk Bul
letin, nnd one who tins at heart the best
interests of Cairo lo suggest njproper man
for Mayor. Xow, what kind of man do
1st. We need a man therou&hly versed
in city affair, and a man possets sufll
clent qualification to examlno city bwik
without the assistance of anyone.
2nd. A man who doe not belong to and
it not identified with any ring or clique.
3rd. A man powcsilng firmnes ond de
cision of character.
4th. A man thoroughly Indcntlfled with
tho Interest of Cairo, who will attend
punctual to the duties of tho ofice.
Such a man Is John . Uarman. Every
ono will admit that Sir. Harmon bo no
uperior ns a clerk and that no man in
Cairo is hotter versed In city affair.
Hols not controllod by nny clique.
No man can say of John Q.. Harmon
that he can be- Influenced lodo an act con
trary lo his conviction of right.
Ho possesses decision and I firm in
what be bcliovei.
No man is moro thoroughly devoted to
Cairo. He ha lived hero a long time.
HI all is hero, and here will be remain
tbo balance of hit life. He is seldom away
from homo and can attend to tho dutlct of
If a Democratic convention it bald,
nominate Harman. Every Democrat will
vote for him, and over ono hundred Repub
licans will do the aame.
ne is tho right man for the plaoe.
WkalCasr rlk Hal asset Dl Tear
" 'Tie an old tale, and oltrn told."
A. H. Saflord, John Q. Harman and
.Tamos Summerwell wero elect! School
Trustees for Cairo elevon year ago.
The Cairo Drat Hand twelve year ago
.wot composed of Iiaku Adler, P. Rellly,
Dernard Smyth, F. Dross, T. V. Smith, J.
Younc, Perry Power, O. ()oldmlth, .T.
Saekbcrger, Goo. Oov5ior and Michael
The population of Cairo in 1869 wo four
thousand eight hundred, and the vote
cast nt tho charter election that year wa
Twelve year ago Cairo bad a lacy
man' club. One member wa expelled
for running after hit "gal" and another
for moving faster than a walk.
Thirteen year ngo, Col. S. S. Taylor
wat Mayor, John Q. Harman clerk, At
pern, liatrd, Callahan, Corcoran, Ryan,
Osterloh, Stapleton und Reardcn Alder
man, and D. C. Stowurtcity marshal. All
tlicpapare, tiixiM roconfi, oc?., wore da
destroyed in IK53 by fire.
The vote given in Alexonder county, in
1839,fortho removal of the county teat
fromTbebe to Cairo'wat, for removal 510 ;
against removal, 390.
HeOaelttfer Hrlglsaaa Tattle a; attelCsMta
etk Hark-Haw tke Prapketdiiaetak
Ever since the appointment of John P.
Taggart, formorly of tho city, assessor ol
Internal Revenue for tho territory of
Utttli, lie has not lost an opportunity to
muku himself offensive to the Mormons.
About two year ago, he assessed the con
tributions to the Mormon church a the
property of llrigham Young, amounting
to toverol millions of dollars, and the cot
lector sci.rd the private proprty f Mrlg
ham for it payment. Hut Brigharu ap
pealed from the assessment of Taggart to
the Revenue Department at Washington,
and an order was istued, directing the
collector to releaso the property of the
great High Priest. Since tho declstou,
tho Mormon priest, and hit biihops, have
been lnugulng at Taggart.
Tho tlmo of the court up to a very late
hour In tho afternoon yclerdy wa con
turned In arguing the Anowt corpui case
of S. 11. Aycrt; Mr. Ayert was arrested
upon a capiat and taken Into the cuttody
of tho sheriff several day a;o upon tho
oath of A. Jlistnhliner, of Dongola.
Mr, Aycrt i heavily in debt to Mlten
himcr for flour. The Judge took tbo case
under advitoment and will doubtlctt ren
der hit decision upon opening of court.
Tho case of Tho. J. VTatkint v. Fred
erick Wlntorbur was on trial when court
Tims' Tkst. Time trie all things,
reject thoso vrhich are utele, and hold
fast to that which is good. Stove with
out number havo been tnvoted and pat
ented, but soon guvo up thu ghost. The
Charter Oak hat stood tho tett for taven
teott year, nnd it tteadlly increatlug in
If you wont a pair of boot mode to or
iler, out of the best motoriol, and in lb
' uot fashlonablo und durable roanaer, go
to win. Allien, on a wentiein esreoi, tp-
pote tbel court house.
Ton tale oroxebangu, 600 acre of cbeico
land in Franklin county on tbo contem
plated lino of railroad from Ht. Lou! to
Kvnntvlllo. I will exchange for Cairo
property. C CLOSK.
I yqu wont a good, ttylUb and wll
tttlng tultof clothe, mado to order, yon
matt go to P. KoiT, No. 79 Ohio LVM.
decfltf . , ,
KxuxuuxK. On Monday evening
20th lnt, the Hibernian Uro compROj'
will give their tenth annual ball.
A MINI O'ERTHROWK,
.aar Jattrnar afa Fatker 1st aearek af
a Etsnatle Roa-Parental Cirlaf aad
BeVaUota-AKaela-tt srlras ntary.
Through tha klndnct of Mr. JIoHrI
wo have been made acqoRlntod with
tory of sorrow and perplexity which
bring home to u very forcibly tho tontb
of the oft-repeated adage that "truth i
ttrangor than fiction."
Yesterday rooming, on the thort line
railroad from U. T.oul. in old man, ac
companied by bl ton, arrived in tho city.
The ton it a tall, sUl wart man, Rbout tlx
feet two inebet in night, aged perhap
tweaty.flve years. Tha father and on
went to the bouo of Mr. Qlbton to secure
accomodate while in the city waiting
for R itORmboRt which to proceed on
tholr Journey down tu river. While the
father wa mokine tho ntvwrv arranvo.
menu with Mr. Oibton, tho w,n walked 1
out of tho house, down the itreet I
. . i
and into tho house of Mr. curort J
wliorn no aciea in a very siraugu nnu uu
nccountablo manner, knocking tho chil
dren right and loft, throwing tho furni
tureinto confusion, much to the alarm of
the wholo household. Officer Cain ap
peared, and tecured tho young man, and
in company with tbo father, took him io
tbo calabooso, whon jailer McHnlo took
him In charge and to wh mil tho father re
lated bit ttntngo and sorrowful story,
which is in substance at follow :
Mr. Boona is a man of respectable
tondtngond comfortabto clrcumttuncos,
living noar tho mouth of Kcd lilvcr. ue
hod glvenhlt ton every educational ad
vantage, and tho lattor bad left home ond
gone up tho river lo cngago in school
Mr. Boone wa atlfled wltb tho cholco
of hi ton ; and, retting ey in the bellof
that ho wat pursuing his avocation, the
griof and amar.oment of tho father can bo
better imagined tban described, when he
chanced to read in a California paper
perfect dttcriptlon of bit ton at an in
mate of a lunatic asylum in that far-off
The grief-ttrleken parent tturted Im
mediately to California, and on hit ar
rival found bit hopes dissipated, ond every
tod foreboding tnado a reality. The ton
from whom be hod parted in health and
wltb every faculty unimpaired, wat a
lunatic. What hod been tho causa of
bit derangement and bow ho had traversed
tbo many thousand mile from Louisiana
to California, aro mysteries which cannot
I. axnlalned. All the father could do
wo to retrace hi wearisome journey
wltb hi lunatic ion at hit companion.
Ho choee thu overland routo as tbo iulck
eet and best under tbo circumstances.
Ycsterdayjtnornlng ho arrived In Cairo
by roll from St. Louli, und In tlio tutor
uoon took the steamer AUsUn f- r li't
home. Thu heartfelt eympalliy .
knew the sad circumstance of lilt joiin- y
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
On and after 12:30, p.m., Sunday, Dec.
4th, the following time table will govern
the arrival and departure of paonger
trains at Cairo :
Matl train leavet at 3:40 a.m.
Expreet, at 3:30 p.m.
St. Louie and Cairo Express
leave at 1:20 sun.
Accommodation leave at ...12:30 p.m.
Mull arrive &05 ft.ni.
Express, arrive 12:34 p.m.
til. Loul and Cairo Express
arrives- 4:45 p.m.
The last named train leave ML Loul at
10:30 a.m. Trader con leave Cairo at 1:20
a.m., reach 6t. Loul at 7:25 a.m., remain
n the city three hour, and return to
Cairo at 4:45 p.m., tlio tame day.
The 1'i'dO accommodation and Cairo and
St. LottUexpresi le:V0 tUlly ; all other
leave tlallv except Sunday.
Way pas'sonuors ho'iM Irar in mind that
the 3;So p.m., train make only four stop
pings between Cairo mid t . ntralia, vli:
Juncsbcro. Carbondule, lu iuoln nnd
Ashley. Tho 12:30 p.m., tri.ln stops r.t all
thu station idoni; thu rout-.
doc'ltf Asnit., Cairn.
Tin: Kiri'iiKX Quxicx.-fn nil house
holds, wherever u.ed, tlio Cliartor Oak
Stov.' U the domotlo queen. fc'mlleiind
goodnature pervade her kingdom, and her
mibjoct are ulway free from family Jar
and kitchon disturbance, inn-ouitwu
Wantkh. A female servant, white or
black, to do chamber work in a email fam
ily, and nure. To good help, tho highcH
wage will bo paid. Addres "Enquirer,
at this ofncej
Prrpark. It I tho duty of ovory cltU
xentogcthl pocket beot: ready to buy
atickot to thu Hibernian lira company.
flLOBK eft V1XCENT,
lad J.Jrrt in
Lime, Cement, Fhstor Paris
Car. Mill Mlrerl nitfl Ohio I.uree
I. I .11 tin
S.RB11. ARB CUMMRKriAI' J
List of tetter remalnlaga&clelmed la the Poet
Omen, at Cilin, Ills., on Sitardaj, Feb. 11,171.
Iiiuh, mln Mary
Crawtord, mrM A
(larielt, mitt Alice
Lewis, mrt Mary E
Moore, ran CoreeUe
Pride, tnlae Alice
RoM, mla Strati H
Hpiller, mitt Sittan
Moore, nle Lit
Parker, mlMttary A
wyatl, tore a a,
Eneki. mre Alice
Hruee, ThoaU to""''
lleant.C HlUter, C M
Hell, Jolt ph
Clark, v K
Darance, II C
Ualtoo, w J
roRan.li J m tfudeon.aw Hod;maa.OH
MliBins. m "ims'i -
Jones, C II U
Neadttlne, W (1)
O'Connor, t hoe
Peck, Jos I.
nitlenhouse. II J Randall, Jas
Sutteal, W W
Willlamt, W. A
Wray, I rum
Wilenn. M Ward, atallea T
Wllltatatoa u T
l'roorlllnKf.renyoftheeUTa Utter will
plette atk for " Adterllsed Lellera" aad tire th
llaeremored from tlioeeraetof Fifth tlreel aad
Commercial atentte, to r
meSecoRdllouHe on 1(11 8it,
And Veep, rontltnliy on ht a full supply of
Grui'Oiii'Ht .oliiun,Toy, tkc.
AI.Iry noo.lt, Clothlajj. Prortttor: and Coo
feetloB. at the very loweet prljee 'lri lhaj elty.
Uon l"ii(et thai M?a.WelItnaa hM chaW her
place ef Cualnesi, end don't lorxes the leejjtloo of
her new ttind. Mr. Wellman will
round at home-lf not In Ike alore mw.iatba
dweillnf part of the house, IBw
THE -1F.W AH ASIITIABLI
Shaving 4 Hair Dressing
la now open to the eititens of Cairo. Wha
a nice clean ShaTe, and HalrCultlaxcaa be had
Beelfarwras N. 1 Hk itti
lam prepared to do all klade afj raaatetal
Hair work wttfh fard aad br?lee.
"lair Wretaln; dite In the latest aaeJ beelelylee.
I will ko to thehoueeaefueea nnabl to come M
JanSedlm JOHH 1ED FOlPs
AX AtE IfOTICE.
N'ollre la hereby ft fen lo John C Steaks, Joe.
John I'. L'oi, John Oortner and each or you ana au
otliernnterenlwl, Hiatal a .ale of land aad lewa
nnd city lots I" tho delinquent eute, eooaly
and ilnirlct .ehool taset of lie luale ef Aleaaa
"ler tor the year A. I. If. held at the Oeurt
llou-ed or fntheCity ,'.,,0.lnt.,1i.c,".15!.,
on .Monday theWh day of July A. I. Itf. I be
eair e lhe purch.er of the following daacriked
trarlt ol laul lor aid delinquent Saaee to-wlli
t'rlif the Nortlieaat quarter of aeetlon No.
even (Tl In lownthlp Kourieeo (It) Beuth. in
miiS" two i)We.l of the third P. M. eoaulaiaj
u".eret.ae.w.laaduxe4 in the name of yoa
i h-Mi 'l John r. Munk. Part af the Nonhwe
tl)!ieiilh ,m rr.x l'Wl'',lkt'h,I
JontatumxIJ aoret at.eti and laxed la ihe
name of you the aid Jo.epft "kawrn. Tne
lOitt half m Ih bomhweat quarter ef
A 121V. V. rWHIP-t
uwaahic (iuil.n III) Mouth, in raaft tw i.r
Vetof theaat- S contalnlnorty aeitM. weet.
ed and tawdm tne uarue of Touiue
II. Phillip.. -rheNohswM,uamoi
eatt nuarter of aevlion N. one (II '?alvt
faiut.en III) Houlh In range Jo. Ur. i'
ant . im ' . . , turn
IUR forty. "'urrTTiMiaar t aa
iu ine name ui juu -r.-y.w tor the recetap.
that the time alvenbrtae iewe.
lion of eacheee o S aio oof, f July
a.'U aala will el? ire ". r4eem3U I ehtll
A D 171, and "H1'' Seaeaeioa Ska aame.
Cpn y far' a ded for JSKaTMeclME.
Caie.1 Feh.iHl- Purohaeer.
MOT UD SI8 Mil
Bttwf e r WtilHrtwi Ate ft tf lr H
mni CJ) n wwatiHpinuneen tw " ;r
two(Vwelf thia-t P M hf "hi
aee..edadUedln the name of JO" h'
f7 :';!: ; . 2!:r:im:
Onx. Tne lowutrlla
quarter or section Ha. llT,i.vi,, 0r m. 2
PourteeD (), South, In tJitvM
p M cont.lomx forty, afrea. aaeteej aj-