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, W ve eafBoriatd ;to. waocne DAIUKX
I' 1MH oj e'esadieete , for M;or, a tbo w
j: jt wmr tHirAUfty
We are authorised to annoon Jh M- Ln.
den u candidate tor ro-oltetloe to tht elBce of
OliyAUomeyetla eoeolag aanlelfel eiectloo.
- wsfaWiwtJwrie uimtfuii AJnmirw cain
MittiilMhr otfoaWtrffcrff Marshal, mb
B We ivl MibMiMtf 4 aaVih t.
M Alfrii trill he cordate for the 4 of CHr
Marshal, at th oaeaiaf charter eloetlM, ebb
leet to teoeecioion of thoOMMcnticBMi
Wo are easaortaoa h, M Mr PAUL W,
f AtttKiiitftofiyiMifcl rmKHifct the otto
Of CHf Marshal, HkJoH Ml 0 ,k 4mMB Of
c - WeaM etttawtteesl 1, HWWM WILLIAM T.
BOO IT as a oaedtdate lorCltj. Marshal at the
: tiM otMxUr olietiori. '
JUtilfMMttrfMT MMiU. I 'M
dote M two or as City 0lr, tehteet loth do
laismef iWDooBirrstlii tarty.
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WrMMrMMMMM the mum' of.
T. TMOMAH m eesaWidate tar tha eslce of CAty
CltrkM tbMkBIuU1iUM. M
We are MtkorUM U miihih HMUVU 9.
TATLOB, MtfMll,taf e-UtUeotottef.
Be of Clrjr Treasurer at th eoaulag munlelaal
For MhI Call.
We ere authorised.! wmcim N. I.. WICK-
are uitholM4.4o M"M
if a SMdUatJr-jnssT,
laosa froo taeVTsSVi Wort.
Mi thai w. o.
;ol the Board of
JgUKTMN II TICK.
tMiAikijirtm a grB-
orol eaartat loetioa held
ON TUMDAT ru 1Mb ir or FEBBUABT.
i A, b. 1171,
Btaeutly of Cairo, la ok ceuaty ol Alow it or,
la Ua ntsie or IIIImw, lor I ho r-urpoM of 4eot
Mt&mSfl! ImUoI CoomU.m MUm
Om MmbWt frea tfco rfSBrw.Word. oad
' Mmn boon tar CKr-ai-lanio.
Waaiaji M f bm Boaro) o jaUotoaoa (row
.Oao kUoaaar at Mm bmm laaai V tkird
a AV - - AAV
jjfewMj M obom- la Am IHimt
-fcai'r.itiii ool ii aiiMn
7aj?Baa4 WarA, at tka aati "t
latCfnifTw'art! laMu HiUraUa Ftf Com
Mar'aaaaMa aaoojo, aaar ta ooraar of twtlfih
AokafcjaB0 vMaMAtWaBtal MMBItft 1
laoaoa Woom, t Aoooart-aoao.
HoaU iU ka aaaaaM o a o'otaoh a.o m4
tr)WC Ooor Hw m4 Walant
orriOM OQfMf Hath glrool m Oklo Utoo
nync Froat aoa. to II aad
in rn'ii Atobm aa4 walawi Mroot
or0 K-1M CoaMrclol Atobbo, oytUiro
WAatlMfSJR, X. B., Clur
I H fliiaai ojC UoUMtk
aaA WMBBoataU OVfMS-Oa Comonlai
ooo.jTor'aM iiiiiBiii, umcm Hovmt-
tnm MbbKM b-,. WMaio aBMataal aaA
rroBi IKIfB, '
ooa,l.ll,KialboUoot, Cairo III.
QjaUIT V QlLBEatT,
indBwift AWicmELMiut at
WtUlaoB ami,. ) 4
ocM oMoMMTiTfoa to AaanTohr aa4 oooa
acatjNtlaaaV , f
JINBOAat, UVJfS aV PPS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OMMfc-0 aaoiaib etroot, Wlator's Block.
Wofro4 to deltwr Uo boot
Fir.Woodii Stone CoaJ
Otal itllfmit 4i it fr.lMta
orrior-oror irwiri)' 'rta' -'!!
11 AbUiUM tl.THafeHD
Cairo City' Book Bindery
tl1 .SBb . if
nn: or tie cut,
Jddob Obkbn hat return'jj after a
brief awonco In Mt.Vernoa.
Tbb grounda of the LoretU Academy
baraUta creatlj Improved.
Ii. 1. Ictlxx, 7q., of Murpbyiboro,
Ii In the city, in attendance upon court.
Go and eo Prof. Sandi, the great Kuro-
paan traveler and Rteatett ma;lciaa in the
TuBalegant tore building of Hed and
Xann, will toon be reauy lor oocupauon
PMitLirrJMtDT, will ihortly nut up i
building on 22d itreet to ie uwl for a
Dm. Wadotmab, of Anna, U in the city
The Doctor Intend remoring to Cairo for
the practice of bit profciaion.
A labubmoce or rurnuning gooai uran
kinaa alwaye on hand at P. NefTt, No. 79
Ohio Lever. dccOtf
Tmkbk exIiU, specially in tho Fourth
Ward, prctiing demand for dwelling
hornet. Rent aro high und hahitaMe
Fox pUtoli and cartridge! and txiwie
knivef, go direct to P. NtlTi, No. 79 Ohio
0.b hundred valuable glfti will bo
given away each night at Prof. Sundi'
"iilvr" giftabow four nlghtt thii wek.
Maa. Ikoobxb Browk, who ii pro
nounced by competent critic to be a
ocalitt of rare attatnmenti, will ihortly
Look out for Prof. Sand' filer ift
5ihfbltlon, four auccefilve night! tbti
week, commencing with Wdncder, Feb.
Our young friend, Frahk Hundley,
Xq, left for Cincinnati tbli morning, on
builneM connected with the llllnoii C'n
Ir you want a good, ityliih and well
Ittlng iultof clothe, raado to order, you
nut go to P. NelT, No. 79 Ohio Ivm.
HtBBowLTriuca. Por Norman'i Cha
lybeate Cough Syrup trade mark of
hloroglypalei go to Iluaaat, tola agent,
eeraer Kigktk itreet and Commercial ave
sua. J 0MB Mvlkkt recaivedain fc for
legal rorvlcat from tho Truitot! of the
aWhara Illlaoli Normal University the
urn at S&OO 00, and Jwkn Detigharty
Faor. Sanda, thachlef of ventriloquist,
raagiciarii and ilightofkand performer,
will ethtbit In Cairo, on Wedneeday,
Thnrtday, Friday and Saturday night,
oammendug February ltb.
Coal. K. M. Ward U coutantly re
ceiving conl and wood, which he deliver!
in any part of the city without charge;
and he telli both coal and wood at the
Trx Rev. Mr. Coan of tbli city, by vir
tue of hla position of Rural Dean, i a
maaaber of the Appollale Court, which ii
to finally dlipoie of the Cheney cm.
A yionr occurred ywtorday
near Twenty-fifth street, between
two darkle. The dillculty
aroMfrom a mttunderitanding concern
ing the price of a coat. Neither of the
parties was Injured.
Tub report of Win. , I. Yoit, Treasurer
of the Southurn IlliuoU Normal 1'iilvcr
slty, shows that tho amount of cnili re
ceived from the State Treasury since
June, 1849, wki J7A,0!)ii, unit amount
Tuk editor of tho Vionna Arttry cnlls
upon the following portions to build u
railroad from Vienna to Dongola :
Loavanwortb, of Dongola; D. liurd,
of Cairo ; F. O. Chapman, of Carbondalo ;
Samuel Hell, A. J. Kuykendall and I. F,
Fierce, of Vienna. Will they do it ?
Sold. The tow boat, Bengal Tiger
and barges, were sold yestorday, by Mr.
Petor Saup, Unitud Slatos Deputy
Marshal, and purchased by Walton & Co.,
and the Uay's Coal Co., for 15,700. Thoy
is being put in readinent for it voyage to
Why will our friends run tho rUk of be
coming blind by wearing common Hpvctit
clas, Whan thoy. can procuro the roost per-
feet article xnat nas yei oemi maae, oy
calling at oar old friends Taber Bros' the
well known jewelers and got a pair of
Lazanst aV Morris' Perfected SpoctAcIot.
Tabm Bbothkiu, as Ohio Levee, will
iiereaAe kMp'cojM lastly on hand, direct
from Aa laatarw Baaanfacturers the very
beat winter aUakad puriAed sperm oil, for
Mwhajr aaaikhi'aAj ad Art Ine and light
nuMlary TWa oil ha never yet been
tuperiaast fcy any of taa aaanuJatHured
oils, Mat swfef gums er is af acted by the
bar. deoSWtf i
y j i ... , .t
.NqTwasb. Mr. Potior. the Mound
City JpVnahaabeen hrorlng us with
lo-A afrtovZ, I UWBVivvaUatlefr
Wiramllt t.ate that j.
tlaBBBAosi iut .Mag-r-frieBA, to
dMernJaed to have eHber an apology or
Ass Old MaMllobba.l TeaUrHmr-O'!
fevoirvrr Bam Arttail.
An old gnntlomiti from Jonosboro ar
rived In this city yotterday, and. while
w tlking along tho levoe wai approached
by two plausible fellows, ono wearing light
clothes with a wliitc handKerchlcf around
his neck, tho other, a smaller man, being
dressed In dark, clothes. They made
themselves very entertaining, and induced
the old msn to take them Into Splller's
saloon, on tho levee. While he bad his
pocket book In his hand paving for the
drinks tho ssaalleref the twosince ascer
talned to be Grasihopper Sam got hold
of it and ran out toe . beck, door of
we saioon. Aue oook coatatBaa fiev.
Officer SheehanAnd Arnold were Ira
medlatoly Informed of the affair andtniti-
tutod soarch for him, but could not find
him. Then oleosa Umbrlck and Cain
went on the trail, and th did And him
found him in that resort of bawds and
iooio characters, tho Clipper Saloon, hid
ing from his pursuers. He is now in
chargoof Jailor McHale, who will hold
him fast. But no money was found upon
him. ill confederate!, the other tbi"
wnonaunt tno city, nave It, no doubt, in
The better class of citizens In Cairo are
inveterate grumblers and most incorrigi
bly careless of thelrown interests. "Why
don't you givo ut a bsttcr council better
city officers ?'' Who are you talking too.
good citizens 7 Whydon'lyeu help your
selves? You grumble and do nothing,
while the mots-covered enemiot of the in
terests of the city the anti-manufactory
follows the men who damn new-comers
and tell them that Caohe Is going to cut
through into the Ohio, that the
levees nre going to b washed
away, that tho town is played-out you
grumble while thoso fellows work and
get the Inside track. Now, M ui suggest
to these good cltir.ens, who bavo tsxei to
pay, who really do dcire the best for, tho
city, but who arc too lazy, or stupid, or
cowardly, or delicate, to come, forward
and work and veto for .the policies and
men who can and would labor for good
government In the city, that thoy should
either, wake up or ceate grumbling work
and vote, or shut their mouths and let
Tka Wlgglat tarry C!aBSMtsir AaSrs
owes mtww anoawoo-a BM
Ska s-arrs Sho ausiaaipsti, aMtaw
OeawaraiaUSI my AUool At Ma.
Reed A Mann, of this city, hnvo the con
tract for building a powerful tug for the
Wiggins Ferry Company, of St. Louis.
end will hare the. work completed within
three weeka. The contract price Is
Tho tug will be the largest and most
powerful.on the river above New Orleans.
It will be 85 feet in length; It feet Veasa ;
I fret 2lnoh hold. The boiler has ii bum
is It feet Tone; and 68 Inches in dintneter.
The steam "drum, Ii 30 Inches ; diameter of
cylinder, 22 Inches; stroke, 20 Inches;
projuller wheel, 7 feet; C Inch wrought
iron shaft and coupling.
Kted A Mann, tho contractors, put in the
engine; Torrenco A O'Brien, the boiler;
and J. ii. Fulton does the copper work.
The tug will lx) both powerful and swift.
.St. Lo'iU tugs aro notified to look out for
H. I). Avers was yesterday released from
tho custody of the Sheriff, Judge Rakor
deciding that tho facts contained 1n the
affidavit of Mlicnhlmcr were not sufficient
to hold him to ball.
In tho cato of Thos. J. Watklns vs. Fred
Wiiiterburg the attorneys for defendant
objected to tho Introduction of tho tax
tltlo dcod held by Watklns under tho re
cords of court. Tho Judge sustained tho
objection, and here the rnottor ended.
Tim case uf tho city oi Cuiro vs Shores
whs tried before tho court. Decision will
bo rendered this morning.
Tin kviu Mokky axu Billiard Ball
.Svoi.hv. Lait Monday night, while Pat
Fitzgerald itnd family woru attending
the Cuilno mutuumdu, some person or
pernous, ulfeotul an entrance into tho sa
loon through one of the large front win
dow lights, took what riiontiy was la the
ilr.twor und made away with it. Soma
billiard balls were alio Ukon. One
Tuo4d.ty moruing these wore found ou the
sUgo of the wharf lxmt, hut no clue to the
money orthiuveshas been ditcovereri.
A Cam. Vr. Editor: Tho (terman
Drnnintlc Association, deilru to say
through your columns, that they will
tako plunsuro in complying with the re
quoit made in YRttordaya Bi'LT.ktik, by
Messrs. lleopple, Oockul, J)lnkl, and'
others, by reproducing, ou next Sunday
night, tho play eutiUod: 'Tho Marriage
Prop oial." Tho Association, thankful for
tho approbation of its friends, will n
dsavor to merit their good opinion.- By
order of tho Association,
February 15, 1871.
sir, A t tfnifunn v.
DiaouaTKO. An eld gentleman Irom
the country, in attendance upon court in
the exaltod rapacity of juror, remarked to
a country friend that ha wanted Congress
to abolish tho Jury system, because, 'said
he, "It Is an expensive humbug destitute
of right or Justice." This old man must
be a Radical, for no Democrat could have
such acknowledge of tho general and un
limited jurisdiction of Congress.
Rsmbiubb; On 'Monday wniBjrj
sutu inii tue uiDornian nro company
will vivo lhalr tenth annual hall. ' I
late Wewiaasser BBalitraa orf Ctro-Tha
rajoera we Have Xu, Baa
lo Have Tno i,m' m
mm aais iia
u Praalaea--nte vao; Meeai et tta
Cairo is a great city ft bustling, bull-noss-dolngcity
of tho cenius says about
7,000 souls, white And black. And what
readers those souls aro t They have read
out of existenco some thirty papers, and
are now pegging away at Tax EBLLBTtx,
Cairo ptr, Srar and SWnj:but the Sun
ie not discouraged, and prorjoseetodlpiu
oar deeper Into the'xeivssjelal-waters,
while the JVsoft is a&tt to rUe." j '
inx "iun, ,
that has heretofore shono in the morning,
prgpeses, after the 16th of March next, to
shine ia the eveaiag-tos.Bae, Mi
ning gun, andhereVresmetlie feature
whlcti will bo peottllaMo it. We quote
FirtUJL faithful record of events oo
curring around us, not only In the cltv
and county, but In tho adjoining counties.
StcortdvK condensed report of tho gen-
orr.l new or tho day.
Third. dally report of tho condition
of tho Cairo market, together with a syn
opsis erine rjArxe'v- " ",7T ,
-JVTjwrm. A weeklr report of tho servi
ce in the churches of the city, together
with a briof synopsis of tha discourses 'de
livered, as well as a regular announcement
of religious service to be held.
Fifth k. faithful renort of the meetings
of the oBseeraof the. city government,
with a free discussion of tho measures con
templated or adopted by, them. . '
Sixth. A regular "report of the butlnois
In our Police,lOounty and Circuit Courts.
Strtnth.A. regular report of tho business
transacted by the various political, literary,
scientific, rellerious or benevolent societies
Eighth A. faithful record of the con
dition of our public and private schools,
advancement of the pupils, changes In
tcachors, work of tho School Board, eVcetc.
Ninth A dally report of the arrival
and departure of stoamers, condition of
the river, tho weather, Ac.
Tnth Tho Letter List, with Hotel ar
rival. lUecenth A dally record of Births,
Deaths, Marriages and Betrothals.
TttttihA Gaily synopsis of telegraphic
dispatches with spoelul tolegramt, giving
the. latest new up to the hour of going to
Thirtttnthk daily abstract of Legis
lative and Congressional sews, snccial at
tention belog given .to that, whjph more
near ly concerns our section.
In' a word, the Oiiro J?Mujf .yudllsde
sljrnodtobe a record of all. local eveata
of importance, and to contain all the gen
eral news in a condensed form. All mat
ters of local interest will receive' careful
attention, and nothing that will contributo
to tho development- the natural' resour
ce, of Cairo, or. advaaxo her eeramereial or
manufacturing intaraatai.wlll bo necleoted.
' On the groat politieal question that ag
itate we'oauntry, the gun will U found
battlins for tha right, and at all time sus
taining those mon and measures that will
contribute most to the education, happi
ness and road eon of all our people. . aula
anacrMM, ana elevate puoita sentiment,
opoo corruption and treachory in public
5 lace, whether National, State, County or
It, too,. U to ho & great daily paper, and
promises mote, oven, than tho Suti. It is
to be publlshod fur nothing, and a "prem
ium will be given to those who do not
wish to read it at that price. Tho great
Hon. I). Worthless Mooney has boon en
gaged to conduct tho political dopartmuut
of the AfJoii and a full'tVrce"c'tblocBl,
church, commercial, and nigger depart
ments, will sweop in all tho news that may
be lying around loceo. Tho businoss will
run itself, and tho reporters will run thorn
selves wKen any porson runs after them
with hostile Intention!. The peculiar
features of tho Jsfeen will bu as follows :
Firtt.A. faithful record uf events oc
curring arMRATaM'ln u.. In the city,
county and adjoining counties, the nation
and adjoining station, together with brief
but carefully fiapared reports front Pit.
luskl county, Attica, the Sun, Moon, Star
and other foreign lands.
Stcond.Au elaborately boiled. down
aud carefully cooked report of tho general
notr4,of tho day the cream of.erBryO'iiK
that iny.happin-4,tcre and hereafter," in
tho world,- undor tho world andubovo thu
Third. An hourly-report cf the condi
tion of the Citirp-inarkot. tcartli'T 'Win a
somUdailv vnptU of the um XH' uf
Mound City, Columbus und titan .,
giving special attentiou to thu price of -h-nuts
Fourth. A wookly report of all the
serricos in all tho churches of the State,
with a brief synopils uf the diicouritu de
livered. tyM'-'A faithful roport ofthe meetings
of tho officers of tho city goveriueut.
.noting what they do,, my and think;
giving an uuuiuteu auiiciiicni in iiiu
appearance of thu Mayor and tho condi
tion of his stomach.
Sixth. A regular report ot'tbii bulnsi
lit our Police, County and Circuit Court,
giving tho history of all thu culprits from
I'hlldliooiL and a statomont of their fate
after the shuffling offtliu mortal coil.
Stecnth. A dully record of Births,
Probablo Births; Deaths, Probable Deaths,
Marriages, Probablo and Possible Mar
riagos, Betrothals and Probable Betro
thals, together with an Interesting r sim
of all family quarreli in tho city, their
cause and effects. . -
JSwAfA Tho Letter Lift with u auculnot:
statemeot of tjuo contents ol eacn oi toe
letter, auvoriiMXJ, togoiner witu a nv
pooplo wuo havo not arrived at our hotels.
Ninth. Dally inaialment of Carlylo's
HUtory of Pr'edorick tho Great, Bancroft's
History of tho Uhltod State, und as soon
as we can obtain tho type already or
deredWebster's Unabridged Dictionary.
Tenth. Quarterly instalments of Bea
dle's Dime Novels.
Eleventh. The primary und chief ob-
joct of the publication of the Kvenlng
Moon, win bo tno abatomoni oi ;viinio
Perow and tho reformation of Bill Lee.
In'i 'wordtho ICiiX Meting jwVl
doslaatedltQ ,be a record of what J VrAof ;i
to contain all tha gonoral nows In a forrr.
to condonsod that it can not bo seen. All
matter of local Intarest will recolvo care
less attention, and anything that will con-
tribute to the development i
of tha ua
merclal or manufacturing Interests, will le
On the great political questions tntt ag
itato the country, the Sfden will bo found
battling for th tldo that pays the most,
sustaining thoso men who come down with
the ducats, and thoso measure that may
put monoy Into It purse. ' " '
A CowriDBMCTC GAWK IXTtwrfTTXD,-r
Last Friday, before tbo sUamboai.'Bckert
started from Memphli, on lu way up the
river, a man named, Charley Faber-wont
to Mono Torronce, the mate, and asked Uie
prlvllegi, which was granted, ot working
his passsgo up, giving as a reason that he
was out of money. The boat Mrrlvedln
Cairo on Saturday and,Faber,vTorrence
and another person named JKalph peram
bulated through the city for the purpose
r t ,i - -
While engaged In drinking in si saloon,
Terreace became aware of tht) (act that
Faber, contrary to hi usertloB ia -Mem
phis, was not without money, but that he
was possessed of about sixty doltars. Fa
ber, who had becomo omowhat' Intoxi
cated, placed the money in Torrenco's
care, at the latter' ollolUtlc; for safe
keeping. Tho next day, bocoming sober,
ho nnnllod to Torrenco for the money,
Torrenra loJJ Mm TioTfau' reru'rned Jt the
day boforo. Faber procured his arrest,
and had. him taken before Bros en Mon-
dv morafng, who acquitted sto ret want
of evidence. J
On hi, acquittal, Torrance went on
board tho Eckort and asked Hill, the
diver, to glva him tbokoy of hi room,
which tbo, latter refused to. do, and" per
sisted Iti hi refuaaruntil Terrence told him
ho bad placed twenty dollars under, tbo
leg of tho boistead. On looking, 'Hill
found the money, and Torrence waa again
arrested, as was also the man Halph, who
had sworn on the trial before Bros that
ho had soon Torrence return the money to
Both were held to ball in the sum of six
hundred dollars, and Judge Bros bts pe
titioned Judgo Baker to impannel a peeii
grand jury for the purpose of bringing
them to immediato trial.
I. E. TAKE XOTICEt-I. E.
Where Bargains Im Dry (leoMse Isr bo
is now making arrangomouts for tho open
ing ofthe spring trad. He intend filling
hi commodious atom room with a largo
variety of dry goods, comprising ladle1
dress goods, muslins, table linon, carpet
ing,, matting and all articles uiunlly found
In similar rsjabllshsBenta. v
Ills carpets, two. ply, three ply and
Brussels, are. of new and olegant patterns,
and cheaper. bai' hare been! brought to
this market.- Mr. Hanny Intends adding
to his stock in this particular, at an early
day, and will ihow sueh a variety In sty le
and price that Aupbrohaoera can be suited.
In otlior articles of dry goods Mr. Hanny s
stock will bo low In prlro, various in kind
and of thjbtt quality. , ' 3
Closing Oat Male.
Twenty-five thousand dollar worth of
ready-mado clothing, hats, caps, boots,
ihoes,--trunks amlvalose re offnre'd for
tain by P. Noff, 70, Ohio "Lovee, at AC
TUAL COfJT PRIOF,' it belng-hU.In.
tentlon to clo" out in that line and em
bark exclusively and moro extensively in
tho furnishing goods and merchant tailor
This closing out Halo furnlihn an oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheaper than
ever boforo nflVrrd in this market.
I'xihovai Mr. II. Houpt, of Mur
physboro, ii In the city, prospecting for a
location to eitablish a manufactory of
watchmakers' and jeweler' Implements.
Mr. Houpt hits, built up a large trade
within tho pust-few years, and, deilring to
still farther extend It, mu matter of court e,
has had his attontion directed to Cairo
Takk NoTifK. Fpr sale or o&cbango
for Cuiro property a farm at 40 ueros, 42
miles from Cairo, noar Anna, in Union
county; healthy location, und good water.
Tho plnco is about half cleared, In good
running ordor, stocked, wltfi grol rango.
For particulars addrcsi Francit JClior, box
407, Cuiro, or call.on him on Cedar treet,
between Klghtiuid Ninth streets
Taxki. Person in arrtam for Stals
aud county tuxes jvill save costs by liquid,
atlng the samu jmmodiiitely. It is neaes.
uryl In order to give tho school fund, it
money, thut all puponal taxes should le
paid during this month. Those Interested
will tako duo nollco mid govurn themselvea
a.cordingly. ALKX. H.JKVK,
1 wd Hhuritr ahd Kx-otQclo Collector.
Am OxATon. Mr. Shore, tho nigger
who preaches mid runs thu Republican
party of Cairo, addressed the
Circuit Court -yesterday in a catu in
which he was interested. Ho was o euc
coiiful that he has conoluded to study
law aud leavo tho aervloe of tho Lord to
enter the profetilon of tho earthly court,
TiMK'it Test. Time trU till things,
reject thoso vhluh aro useless, and hold
fatt to that which is goodf Stove? with
out number havo boon invested and pat
ontod, but soon gave up the ghost. The
Charter Oak ha stood I tho. test for seven
teen year, and is steadily Increasing iti
favor. t . jiH A feblsWowlt
It is strange "what n length of time it
take to wear out Boot and Shoe when
made' of good material, and Win., F.uler
usos nothing but tho best of oTprvthfrjg
stock, workmen and.' all at. his shop ou
Twentieth street, .opposite tho cotirtJto'u.c,
fobfetf, ' E
Iir you yant a pair of boot.Jitl to i
nor, out oi tno oest maioni, - u
most fasbiennbl) and; dwaW manner, go
to Wn.' Sliler. on Twentioth rtreat, op
poste'thcl court home. tf 1 "
A Few Words Akottt Cereal Bael 6har-aetrB-sosB
Wltk Ska Tklaves.
Why don't the council provide ways
and 'means to irotout'of tbecitv tha low-
ii)wB thierefwho call themselves- gam
bler, haunt tho loveo nnd rob the
straogor. They prowl about tha city,
visit all trAli7.0AMu with hat having
(he word "conductor1' on the front hid by
a sliding piece of . paste-board, and in vol
glo travekrs Into thol'r clutches to rob
them, at Grasshopper Sam did tho old
man from Joaesboro yetcrdey. How
ofteej are these raseal dttturhtd-these
paAron6f the Clipper 7 K6t often. They
are known and tolerated. Ooosuloaally
they -art arroAtecT. as tAorrants, at
watf fa fcllow 4itaaes 9 Tod
a low-dew Ihsjetr'akd mo, pat upon th
chain gaBg WL' in tm Wa?, they obtain
the Influence of oilcer, of TWdU, to se
cure their dlschargo so that thoy may t0b
again. Now, this Is shameful. Instead
of sympathising with fellows like Tod iti
their Just punishment, tho Mayor and
City Council should drivo tho rAscals
from th city. And lot tho good work
commence at once. Thoso thief-gamblers
have brought theclly into bad repute,
and have boon treated with too much len
ioncy. Down with tho thlovct.
Aa Eartkosivraro ajsol Olase Vaertorjr to
Im lMMedlatalr Eroeiod To b ska
tftsrgoet or llo AtiaA lot tko Vssltee
Btatoa Alraouaol slsrokasa WltklN
Messrs. Parson and Davis, for them.
solves tad other parties, hart sintered into
an arrangement with Col. Taylor to begin
In tbi city tb erection of an earthenware
aaaV gleoa-faetory within thirty day, he
donating to the company, to be uaed for
the purpose ot the fotory,-thrrty-aix otty
lots, between Thirtieth and Thirty-socond
street, and running from Ohio Levee to
TheCoetory la to be of great proportion
the largest of tho kind in the United
Attoaaat to Assaoelaate Jakat akkes-.
iYetordyfaRroea, 'ijoha rUekhrger
bad aome wotd4'qAml wlthrateam-
boatman, and ordered him out of the ta-
loon. -The boatman left ; and, In about
half an hour, some person walked np to
the door -of the' "saloon, and," aiming
bis pistol into the room, at,- Sackbsrger,
Ired, but fortunately .misted his mark.
He then ran down the levee, Sheebaa,
Cain and.Bambrlck, who came quickly at
tho .sound, of v the pistol shot, 'following'
him ; but he succeeded In getting upon
one of the boat lying at the wharf and
could not be fonnd.
Mr. Jab. A. WxATnxuionu Is now
canraittng the eUr. to ssslleittbanatronage
ofthe puklmfer-'Worrklngtoh Art Gal-
which have met
Thero 'are few families
In thbir possession tbatplcturo of some
frUnd or relative, "not lost but gona.be
fore,'"whlcb, llko the. features It represf&'j,
Is fidrd and dim. If so, hand it to Mr.
Weathcrford, and in the Photographic
Art Gallery it will be made to look aa
when first taken. Mr. Worthlngton
practice all branch of the photographic
art, copies, enlarge, and color picture
inr India1 ink, water or oil color. Wal
bespeak for Mr. Wealherford a kind re
ception and liberal patronage.) Frosn
among . tbo many testimonial to the
beauty and worth of Mr. Worthlngton'
work-, we take the tallowing front WIIHai
H. Walker, late Mayor of Xraatvllle t
.VAvou'a Orricx, Ics
KVAXBVILLX, Maroh 4,' 1870.
Having patronized Messrs. Worthing.,
ton &. Co,, by having photograph
taken of my family at their gallery In
Kvansvllle, which gave entirusathfaction,
I cheerfully recommend them ui talented
and skillful artists, and quulIQod to givo
satisfaction In their professional line.
WILLIAM II. WALICF.Il, Mayor.
Ko Ktux. Mr. Uyilnp, of the City
National Jtunk, received n mystorlous
communication yesterday, signed 'One of
Twelyo," threatoulng to hurt Idufsomo
dark nightl' if he refused to dusUt from
abusing an institution of the city, which
wo shull not ii'ime. Wo cannot beliovu
that the' 'gentleman at ulinii) suspicion
points its tiller would be guilty of such
btiK'iiess as to tlirnaten nomination be
ciuo oiuobody do. net like him nd
does nut blow the trumpet of his pralso,
'You will bo wutchud,"ytheaiigulnary
missive. "lam one of twolvo gooti men
of Cairo who are determined to sustain
the So, look out for yourself some
night if you don't stop your talk," Raw
hund ami bloody bones I
Uakdv MAx'urAcroKT. Gentlemen of
capital and Will v6rs.ed In tho business
havo under, consideration tho establUment
in this city of a first-class fudyinnufao
tcry. Cairo neids such, and no doubt
can be entort.ined that It would pay
front the start.
Fob fifteen year I suftured from disor
der of the' liver; but since! I, haye used
ono package f t taimmons' LiverRegulator,
to this day, which is now several yMP, I
have been com pa rarely, a aound.inan.
Maj. AF, wdOKI?Vt
fnbMdWlW t, ' Klngslg"! a-
hold's, wherever use.!, ,thq Charter Oak
fitovo is tho dnielo.lUcsw.u.JdmllosBnd
sroodnaturapwvad iter kingdom) mAJw
iubleots are always free from faintly Jars
l,nd kitchen jlurbanoe. jBBjlJt,
Sand.stf.aOi . 9W 4-,lgt,i
ble tuffr"r ctattrware,- gienaaesa,1
( Tbb Rev. Mf. Moro I i dlfotole of
peace. Nonobut A uoopr3eruad"i or In-
corrigible sinner will dispute this. Upon
boing asked, yetterda,' while on th wit
ness stand, If ho had attempted to assault
a certain Individual, ha replied, aabstan
tially, tha'. "ho would allow no oae to
(trlko him without thamptng back ; that
he would assault no one firtt. ''In short,"
aid the healthy and pious old avoirdu
pot nigger, "I never did feel like ttrlk
ing a JroiAfr man but once, and that
brother was Jake Bradley."
Jacob, old boy, "whar" are you 7
Wamtib. A festal aerfaat, white or
Mack, to do chamber work in a' assail fam
ily, and BBrte. To good help; the hlghett
waM Will be), paid. .AsUrs, ''laqnlrtr,
Col. Peoples, piwprisitor of tha Cairo
boxfactory, U (a tha mUf, erfatf hi per.
sonal attention -to the " IsUsAlsig of the
factory. It will shortly be, iVtssanlng
For sale oroxchange, 600 acre of eholce
land in Franklin county on the content
' plated Und of railroad hum fit. Iott' to
Erabsville. I will exchange tar Cairo
property. C. CLOSE.
COUXTT OstOBRA WAJTim-allghtt
oath price paid for county order by the
Xaterpri Saving Bank. Oflet, at City
National Bank. febSdlw
Floor- Cholco Family Flour la bbl
half bbl sacks, fca, for tale at tboEgyp
Uah Mills. bu
PatPABX. It Is the duty cf every citi
Bm te get hU pocket book ready to buy
Atioket to the Hibernian flrecowaany.
Haaroiao-od from tho eoraor of Ftttli stswet tad
CoBimorolal avoauo, 10
ThoSteead Heaae aw Phftti Miwat-
otssrseB COMBBorHavt mm
Aa keep ronUtly ob head a (MfaoMir t
Alto, Dry flood., Ctotfcle'a;. Trjmf .fBakB.
fosiloM, as Ibo vorrjjwest twfks Is? 'Ueelijr.
Dontfonet Ihst Mr. Wellman lta,aurT hor
place cf Cusibom, m4 (Joa'i lort t UeoUoe of
her new aland. Mr. ,WllsaM wttt ataa bo
touadat BOalf not la Ua atara raoo taltto
deoiUBg nan et the Homo. Mmtm
THE HETf AND FASHIHAILE:
Shaving & Hair Drafting
haoweoonletbe elUMMOfCaJnu WaoklaK,
a nle Clsan ahavo, aa4 ltalr Cwilasf raa bat had
at - -
frer, JsJsa. ! eKfe!.
RsMTM ffXB WW.
UetwrB WalOjfftM At A PeplsH- A
rtoouand Xbooa Blaala SbboIobv. sTetasto
JJIuIIEMT CAUfl PJRICB
pi in vim
CAIRO CORN I
, rtrststv I OaAi kksl IAM,Ua.'
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rpAx ii;f. NOTICE
Notice Ii lisrsby gUen to Julin K. Vosls,
M.Hhawn, Henry Whlluey, Aroo 11. fklUIn
Ji)Uu I', Cox. JohaOorluraadeJifafn ait i
Oilier interasird, thstsl asale "t Isruftaudtowo,
nai t-ny ioi , tor mc is"',,Jf.!i
nl .iitirlet eo.1ool tasoa of ui Ceuatj Xf AUXan-,
ler lor sho yosr A. I'. fx W'.,
il l iiiiricteoaooisasooriov.j ' mtuo-, 1
!(ouedior iaihe air
mine uirtoww .
n la Ml oonntt- .
Cut. Ml Of IttO- MHUfeWO
niu TO wiostmowb rhmsoo
liro UlWoolotvsM !
losMoo aai oaBasi aw tap) -sjasi
Mt-arji Wasea.ri . t ckT,wMi
Wortassae ouaseai or-ooSfa-'it
d nd'tsae4iaho uuut orfeeM
'Jil fhllllpe.1 'srsMNonHHllaae7
Mt UlUlUl Uf MUOO' SiO, OM Olm
t itie 3d F M i-oolala'o,
andi taxed ia lli nana of
ad uaUSo iMI
tW a km) la owl
tu taira r.H",
am arMavwe- mi
jou iao .aJd hit r. .
ia the naino oT yWiaeUI
Hut WiOkSiato klssn hyiUo'I
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