'the oiiBd Btr.r,Eri it; iraiB:
Editor HfU.r.m i At the urgent nollelUitlou
of ntirnorou friends, whoso request m the prem
ise, lor re.non both poraotml nnl p?lltlcr.l, I lo
not reel at lloerty to tin-lines, I h-roby .' lotinee
myself as njcnndldile, for Mnyor t thu coming j
rimrU-r election. JOII.v tj. hahsiaw.
Wi are authorised tu ennounrn DAMO.
AKTHK m a candidate fnr .Mayor, at the i-niu
uk itititilciial I I r n .
Far C'lt jr. Attorney.
Wanrenuthorlied tu nnnnuuco John M. I.sn.
tlrn n n pnn dldnte for reflection to Ilia office f
'Hy Attorney l tlifl ensuing sniiiilclptl election.
I'or Illy Marshal.
W arc authorised to announco ANUtlCW CAIN
a n candidate fr tlm ottka of City Marshal, smil
ed to tho decision of the lleinocratlr party.
Wo nro authorised to nnnounee that HENItT' T.
MARTIN mil I n candidate for tha office of City
Marshal, el Iho cunning charier election, ub
l H i in ttiy decision of IbeDenioerallo party.
Wo are authorised to announce JOHN I1UOW.N
u a owidldate fur City Marshal, ub)eol to the
Jrolon of tlm deinoc ratio party.
Wo am authorized to announce WILLIAM T.
HCOTT an a aandldate lor City Marshal at Ilia rn-
eulo ' charter election. '
I'or Hty Clerk.
At Ihn request of nnny friend", I am a candi
date for the omen of City Clerk, subject loth de
rision of the Democratic parly.
Wn art' authorised toannoum-o O. I'. I, YON a
a rnniildul for City Clara, aulrct to tdc decision
of tin democratic party.
HTtfib I.N TUB FIKLD.
We r authority! to announce the itaioe of J,
T. THOMAS u a candidate for Ihe ctbeeof City
C1 tkat ,llie.'enulng municipal election. Id
Kor City Treaaarer.
We am atilhnrlxod to announce JOtKPII It.
TAYl.Olt, a a candidate for re-election to the of.
tie of City Treasurer,! the ensuing municipal
flection! jf . '
'or stelae Cewstetl.
We are authorised to announce N. !.. WICK
Willi: a a candidate for the helwt Council
from the Third Ward, at the enulng rnmilei.
J I II
W are autho-iaed aniounc that W. 0.
Caryl a candidate for member ol the llmrjol
Al lennen from the Pint Ward.
I I I 1
CW. DU.V.VIa, M. D. -
IDI'.NCK-Corner Mnlh and Walnut
OKPICE-Csimer Wlih Hi reel and Ohio Leree
oKICK HOUIU-Vrotn 9 a.u. to 11 m., and
WILLIAM R. RMITII.M. 1
REIl)KNOB-So.tI, Thirteenth ree
etureen Wahln(ton Afenue and Walnut tilre
OI'KCK.-KO Oiineirlal Atenue, plir
HM ARDEH,I.I) Cairo
HUlUKNCr-Corner of Mnrleentb at.,
aad Waahlflou at. UKKICK On Uommerclai
ae oer the 1'onortlee. OKKICE . f llUKrt
from Va m to 12 m., (SuoitAyi eireptedj and
from 1! tu 6 i in.
OMtr, Coiumn-rlal ATOittif.
OIRreHoara, Ho 10 a.m., 1 la a p.m.
Iteddence.No. It, Nlnlli itreet, tiro III.
jUKK.V V UIVHKUT,
.VITOKXEYS AM COUXSELLOIIS AT
William II. Urea a, )
William B. Ullkerl, CA1BO, ILL.
Mllea r. 4illbrt. j
npeclal attention Kircn to Admiralty and 9lam
Ufflaa am UaloL.ee. Keaaif aa
oar Hy Malloual Haak.
JINKGAU, MVSS Ac POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
D.T. I.lKegar, )
it. W. Hnna, 'r
V. U.foite, I
OFKICK-On Hereiilh Mreet,
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
yooi AS l COAL.
l preparril to deliver tlielet
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
many part of the city, In an quantity denied,
on abort iioticf.
Oal VfUrercd at $1 50 Per Ton.
t)KFlCE-0fer Ileerwarl, ()rlh Co.'a alove
ktore. two dnorx alxiTe Ihn mnier of RikIiIIi etreel
and Comiiiertflal aienue. deceit
AUCl N SILVUItUUUU.
Cairo City Book Bindery
la prepared to
M aanfacture Hlaak Uoaka aad do al
kl4e af Book BlaeJina; !!(.
7U Ohio l.evee,
CAIRO, - - - ILUNOI8
OUNK H AIK1XC. AND MOT:
SUMERWELL & BAIRD
Are prepared to lake contract! for rniidnnnr
iivIdu bu traof any, ane or dmctlptluu, oany
oilier Wmdof work in their line.
Tlii'ylTOftll,tbomachmery ttppllancet for re.
tnoriii or ruining liouaaa ou ahori notice,
uuliaiu of puhlie patronage., novtti
I I KII JtaVCATION.
Board anil Tultiou par, aanuai, H2C.
aaVtallon Mr anaasi: Ml. FrMtaeat. the Very
Kav.I.JiellmuthjPw 6 Dean .of Jluron. Kor
partlcuiArireppiy to mm Kyana, iiannu, uanann
Col. S. 8. Tatliir left lat cvoning for
Our. thank nro duo Hon.
Orebs for 1hU public document
A LAROteittock of nirnhhlng rjoodi of till
klnd tilwnya on hnnd nt P. Kctr. No. "9
Ohio Lcvt'f. Ioc!tf
Hiiaok trkkh arn bclnf pluntcl in
front of tho .St. Mnry'a Inflrmsry. Now
U tho tiina to do tlii work.
SATiiirACTioM KUartvntMxl nt V. T,
Wortlilneton'i now rhotocrAphio Art
Gallery, over Rockwoll Si Co't. Hook Store,
MAKDMgivcibW wonderful porformnr.ccn
In tuo Athcnouin, on edn;slny mid
Tlittriiday nlgliU coming.
TmevKi Auroap. Wo aro lnformod
that a store hi Slntwnectown wai ctilnrod
a few nighti ago, and a largo ijiiiititlly of
rnlunble goodi taken.
ir you want a good, ityllth nnd woll
fitting nultof clothe, mado to order, you
tnmt go to 1. Neff, No. 79 Ohio I.ovco.
rzKAONAU Judgu Oreeu luft for
.Sprlngflcld lut evening-. 1 'otter, of thu
Maund City Journal, callod upon ui'ye-
Saxii U thel'rlncoof Mngicinn. Tnko
tho latt opportunity of toeing on Wednes
day and Thuridny nights.
WA.VTr.D. A femaln ervant. whltn or
black, to do chamber work in a amall fam
ily, and ntme. To good help, tin hlgheU
wage will b? paid. Addrcu ''Knqulrur,
at thii otRco.
Tkxa Cattle. Droyea of Toiaicattlo
aro dally pnailng through Cniru en rouit
for the central and northern portion of
It ii itratigu what a length of limn it
take to wear out liooli and Mhoo4 when
madoofgixxl malarial, and Wtu. Klilen
utv nothing but tho btt of uvorytliing
lock, workmen and all at hi (hop on
Twontlctb rtrcct oppolto the court hou.
HiKRooLTrmcs. For Korman'i Cha-
lybeato Cough Syrup trade mark of
hieroglyphic go to Humm, rolo agont,
corner Eighth itrect and Commercial ave
Institute Tho following gontlatncn
will lt.turo before tho Alexander County
Teachor'i Initltuto, to bo bold tho lat of
Mnraki Jt f H KnotA. fUv Mr Cnon
and John II. Oberly.
Kor piitoU and cartridges and Ixiwlo
kniree, go direct to 1. NcfTi, No. 7d Ohio
J.o v cc. decOtf
Iviitatiox l'orcelaln I'hotoxrapln all
tho go taken only by TV. t. Worthlng-
ton at hi new l'hotograplt nrt gallery.
UAMHLIMQ-It mutt bo admitted that
gambling U one of tho wont of vice in
our land. Let tho notorloui deni of our
city where tho vico Ii practiced l0 watch
ed by our jtolice.
Caki or tiiankb. Thn utidurtigntd
tendort her thank to the citlr.cn of
Cairo, and otpocialy to the Arab Firo
Omipuny, for their heartfelt nympathy In
my ad bereavement by loing my bolovtd
huibiind, ai.iljfor paying itii'h high roipvct
to the memory of tho deceived.
Mn. WoitTitistiTo.v'a new l'hotogriipli
Icurtgtllery U continually crowdud. Why?
otiio tny ak. Woman' rcion: beoiimo
hl pli'turp nro trio bout mado in thn city
or State. No exception. fvbl'.itf
(ioi,ii found lu Cairo without pick or
hove), in buying tho bct wagon In tho
market, which aro found nt tint wagon
factory of J, 1'. flumblo, corner of il'.'d St.
and Ohio levee, at wholesale and retail.
W. T. WOKTHI.VOTON U doing Ik big
bnilneji in copying and enlarging old
Daguerreotype, Ambrotype mid 1'hoto
graph, rimklng thorn look n bright it
when flrU taken. fuhl'.itl
Catko Ccstom IIot'hK. Dr. Daniel
Arter received a letter yeiterday from
Col. John M. Crcli, In which ho ititte
that ha ha tucceodod in getting through I
the Hoiue Coinmitteo on opproprlatlon
$33,706 to comploto tho custom houo, and
to grade and fouco tho lot.
Hk Ii Olad. Tho Mound City .7o-
ual says: "Wo aro glad to know that tho
Lord hat finally reached Cairo." Ho did
not come by tho way of Mound City, and
is not likely to get nearer than Cairo U to
that delectable place. Ho will soo it
Why will our frlonda run tho rifk of be
coming blltul by wearing common Specta
cle, when they con procure the most per
feotarticlo that has yet been made, by
calling at our old friend Taber llro' tho
well kaown Jeweler and get a pair of
Lazarus ft Morris! Perfected Spectacles.
Don't dolay. fobldaw&lm
W. N. Wortmnotox ,ooinB at homo
In hta now Photograph art gallery. Hu
make ovory body and everybody's chil
dren feel at home while there, at his pic
ture of overybodjr aad everybody' chll
dron will ihow. Gall and lee for your
selves. Over Ttockwell A Co' Book atore.
im. C. It. KVAHs
wat born in Ohio in 1831. Hopumicd
hi nliiMlenl coun6 of iiutruction at
Z.uicsvillo. At an carlv n'i ho cntorod
.len'erson Medical College, Philadelphia
anil graduated after a course of thrco
yoM receiving at tho elom tho honored
title of M. D. Aftor leaving Collego he
ontercuupon tho practice, near. Zanotville,
In 18Ct ho removed to Cairo, and from
that period to tho prcnt, ha devoted
himclf clooly to hi profession, and ha
ncfUlreJ a largo and paying practice.
lilt. .1. .1. OOIIDON
it a tmtlvo of Ohio. He wal educated nt
St. Jtnenh's College. Hi medical studies
wero pursued at Olovoland Medical Col
lege, and aftor a three year couno gradu
ated In lHS'J. After practicing a few
month in Summor.'ct, Ohio ho removed,
to Cairo and began tho practice in 1859.
Ho was for many year nrsorlated with
Dr. W It. 6mith. "
DrOordonl regarded a a safu and
skillful practioner and bus an nxtcnslvo
practice. il ha freely given hi servi
ces for year to the .St. Mary's Infirmary,
ana ni mutmiien to tin with tho sticcesi
which Ji.n chnrncterir.ed this hospital
sinco It was founded.
im. WILLIAM woon
wa born In the Stain of K4w-Hntnphlro
in 122. He grudunted tit Dartsmouth
('ollege, and pursuel the etudy of modi-
cine at Hnnover. Ho began to practice In
New Vork Htat", and shortly after re
moved to Georgia. In he cumu to
Cairo, and for nineteen years hi been in
active practice. Ho ii tho oldeit physt
clan In Cairn, and doubtless the oldest In
practice. During thi period ho has ac
quired n Inrgo forltttiu from hi profession,
and no fact i bitter known in connection
with his history than th'it ho has been a
very succcuful physician, and has always
enjoyed u largo and paying practice.
THIS AND THAT.
City election next Tuesday.
OrTicer Arnold returned yc.terday from,'
an official visit to Memphis.
Much slckneu exlut in the county.
Cairo, as usual, 1 dlstreningly healthy.
Yotcrday was the last day for registra
No bti'inc o' importance in pollco
A email yet valuablo cabinet of geolog
ical specimens were recently prwntcd
the Cairo High School. Who next?
Oiikulv, your'o another. I'otUr hm
mallvil you no valentine ; but ho lias
been aching for a ilrst-chis muss jino
time, so send on your friend. However.
do not hold Mound Cltyite. ruipouilblu
tortile worn of vour uairo ran. .wotimf
Hero la insult added to Injury. 'Cairo
rut. V have norats in uairo, unarioy
Aitor's cats have inaitlcated the last of the
long-tnllcd tribe. So, It mutt be npparont
toevcrv one, that Potter i "anutber''
himself and that blood must llow. Wo
have loaded n friend with a missive, mid
are jolllng for tho disturbance.
At a rogulur nivetiiig ol' tlio Arab Kirn
Company, held lbruary 20th, 187 1, the
following proanible and resolutions wcro
Wlicrca, (.'liarle A. Meyers, lata a mem
ber of the Arab Tiro Company of Cairo,
Illinois, departed this life on thu 10th Inst.,
and made vacant another itl in thu coun
cil of our company; and
Whereas, In his death we recognize the
f;reat uncertainty of life and the unorring
mud of deutb, wo should therefore feel
inlmoiiMifil to bo always ready to assure
the call of our great chief and bo prepared
to begin thu march to that lanu of thu
Whereas, Wo doilro to perpetuate in
our council the momorv of hiln, as well as
all other A r.ib i therefore,
Uesolveil, That In thu death of our lute
brother Arab, Charles A.Mcynr, wo recog
nize tho greatneu and power of flod, our
great chief-ruler, mid know tliat hu doetlt
all tilings well.
licifllved, That in this dispensation of
divine providence u vucaticy is mudo in
out- council, mid another homo madu deso.
lute by tho removal of u hcbulld ulld
I'viidveil, That to the widow and orphan
we extend tlio mournful sympathies of our
eompany, untiring tlinni IlutV hi virtues
and goodnoi, wliilu livh.g, will bo over
choriMio.1 anil hi memory perpetuated
Hesolved, That at a mark of regard for
our departed brother, thu juivel and fur
niture mid our hull hIiuII bo draped In
mourning for thirty days.
Ile'olveil, That these resolutions bo pub
lished in thu Caihd Uullktis', and that a
certified copy bu furnished by the Secre
tary to tho widow of our deceased brother.
A. K.SCHUACH, )
JAS.S. UKAHDKN, Committee.
Tut: CoNfKitT LasT Niiiht. Wu re
gret to say that thoro was not as largo an
audience nt tho Athenuum hist night ns
tho one of tho preceding evening. A
lowerlnir sky and threatening utorm de
terred many from attending who Intended
to bo present. Mr, llrown was warmly
received and very huartily applauded.
She has won a plnco in tho hearts of tho
"olect fow" of Cairo who.have the ability
to appreciate the genius of tho class of
singer to which tho belong. The pro
gramme last night was not a good a the
progranimo of the first uvouing, but Mrs.
llrown won tho hearty applause of tho au
dienco that heard hor rendition of "11
Haclo," "Tho Dying Child," and "Wait
ing"," and Mcmts. Furlong and Lcdo
cuowtkl mid Morris all deserve compli
The Piano used by Mrs. Ilrowu in her
two concerts In this city was furnished hy
Mr. Carson, tho popular piano dealer, on
Commercial avenue, near the corner of
The Lenten Fat TkeltOrarlaamtlCer
emanlaa. To-day I Ash-Wcdneday, the first
duy ol Lent, so called from the Koman
Catholic ceremony of atrowtng alhos on
the hend a a tlgn of penitonco. Thi
custom wni sanctioned by Pope Celestln
III, In 1 Ml, and nfterward jronerally pre
vailed. Ileforo mau, ttw ashes were coa
secrated on the altar, sprinkled with holy
water, and signed threa lima witk tha
crot, while tho priest recltel the words,
Memento quod einfs, , .' . eenertm ye
verteri.it ('Remember that thou art dtt,
and must return to duVtl') Neat, thsy
were strewed on tho head of Ihe officiating
priests, tho clergy and the assembled peo
ple. Ash-Wednesday; In tho church of
England, Is observed by tho stricter mem
bers, but without any of the, ceremony
from which it derive It name. It Is the
beginning of Lent, the fatting time before
Kastcr, which I obtorved In thi country
by tho Episcopalian and Catholic churches.
Thn Lehtxx fast Is of vary ancient, If
It be not even of, primitive orlrin. The
earliest allusion to It rak tumu
taDllihed usago handed down from tha
Fathers. The forty days' Mrfod la com
memora'tlvoof oiir Lord's forty. days' fast,
or of the similar perfunctory fast, of
Motes and of Ellas, commence with Ash-
Wodnnsday, between whieh day and
Easter Sunday, (omitting the Bandays on
which the (ait Is not observed) forty
forty clear day intervene. In the Antll-
can Church, Lent is retained at a' efcureh
season of tho calender, 'with svecie! ser
vices, and proper collects and prayers ; but
tifo observance of the fast is left to the
discretion of each individual.
I. K. TAKE WOTfClI-L E.
Where BarRalat ! Vry SHatma May s)e
it now making arrangemeat for the open
ing of tho spring trade. He Intend filing
his commodious ttore room with large
variety of dry goods, comprising ladles'
dress goods, muslins, tablo linen, carpet
ing,, matting and all articles usually found
HI carpets, two ply, three ply and
Brussels, aro of now. and elegant pattern,
and cheaper than have been broaght to
thi market. Mr. Hanny Intends adding
tti his stock in this particular, at an earl
day, and will show such a variety in styles
aud price that all purchaser can be ulted.
In other article of dry goods Xr.lanny'a
stock will bu low in price, .various in kind
and of the best qualify.
,a had the pleasure- yesterday f
call from tho Hon!, jeeso Fell,"bf' Normal.
He was one. of the foonder of formal,
and wu principally iastramenuliasecur
I ii g-the location of the Bute University!
that place. He is tho owner of large
tenet, of bind in tho counties of Alexan
der and Pulaski. Ho expressed himself as
highly plcused with thu prosperity of our
city. In speaking of tho future of Cairo
ho said: " l am confident that Cairo will
make a great city. Its advantge are un
surpassed, and I have confideneo in its
(JIsmIhs; Out Sale.
Twenty-five thousand dollars worth of
ready-made clothing, hats, cap, boot,
shoos, trunks and vnlrset aro offered for
salo by P. Neff, TO, Ohio Levee, at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, it being hi in
tentlon to close out m that line and em
bark cxcluaivcly and more extensively in
tho furnishing goods and merchant tailor
This during out aalu furnlshe an oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheaper than
ever before otl'ercd In this market,
The Probate Cotirtynet yestordaymarn.
Ing and adjourned to Monday noxt.
Tho time of this court was occupied lit
tho trial of a chancery rase before Judge
linker. Col. James Flctnhrr appeared for
the plaintit)', and Judge MuKiy lor lh
Waoosik. We refer with pleasuro to
tho notice of J. P. Oatnblw In this istue.
Wagons have been brought into Cairo and
sold for many years from St. Joula, Chi
cago, and other points. Now, we can as
sure our readers, that they are manufac
tured hero of the lt material and in a
workmanlike msnnor. Those in want of
wagon will remember that they are man
ufactured In Cairo, and can be purchased
us cheap a at any point in tho West,
A SfiiiNOKiKLn dispatch to the Chicago
1'ont ay that tho oldest member of the
Illinois nouse of Roprcsentstivei Is New
ton Cloud, of Morgan ; tho youngest Is W.
C. Jones, of; Crawford ; the heaviest is
John Caioy, of Shelby; the tallest is
Jamc M. Rerra, of Montgomery, bolng
six feet four Inches in his stockings. We
may add to the above, the best looking
man, our friend Watson Webb.
Taiiki: Ukotuxiu, 63 Ohio Loyoc, will
uorenftor keep constantly on hand, direct
from tho Eastern manufacturer the very
licst wlator s(rolnod purified sperm oil, for
tewing machines, and all fine aad light
machiuory. Thi oil has uover yet been
suporcodod by any of tho manufactured
oils, as It itovergumt or is affected by the
Notice. Persons who purchased
tickets in Reilly's Gilt Enterprise' will
bear In mind that the drawing will car..
tainiy take place on or at! M Mtn of
April. Parties who have not peld will be
callod upon this and tho onsulng week by
Mr, R. In person. dtf
A goodly number of hover wero pres
ent yesterday at the ssln'of the Ballard
Warohoue, and tho- tc-barco oflotod
brought exeellant prlcej, prices whieh
will compare favorably with those o! any
othnrhriarket In ths Wt Mmrs. Hurd
A Son are pushing forward the buslnaa
with discretion but great energy, and are
compelling the roeegnitlon of the claim of
our market throughout fall .the country
contlgiou to it. Hales wWt
Medium Leaf. U 00
Good Leaf. W 75
ii 14 73
Pie Bald 19 00
itteee V W
t " Bright Wrapper,
Fob sale or exchange, 500 acre of choice
land In Franklin county on the content
plated lino of railroad from St. Louis to
Xvantville. I will exchange for Cairo
property. C. CLOSE.
CiiiLDBiJt'a pietuees.a peclalty at
Worthtngton's new Photographic Art
FLour Choico Family Flour In bbls
half bbls sacks, eVc, for sale at the Egyp
tian Milk. n
iUamrs, .'Cukisuustl, .
Mohawk, New Orleaas,
Jas, Ollmore, St- LeuU,
Jas, Howard, New Orleans,
1 Dexter, St. Louis,
Glasgow, New Orleans
City of, Chester, St. Leuls,
Jas, FlsTt,' Jr,,Faducah, ,
Sriamrock, At. Louis,
Boe, New Orleans,
Jas, Ollmore, St. Louis,
Jas, Howard, Hi. Leu I,
Dexter, Sew, Orleans,
Ironside, St. Louis,
Glasgow, St.. Louis,
City of Chester, Memphis,
HSel, At Mttjtblc
tT The river Is still rising rapidly
nearly two feet in twenty four hours.
gsjrTbo Miaaissippl l stiU rUiag at
St. Louis but not so fast as was expected,
rite from the Upper Mississippi does not
seem to "pan out" well.'
gejaT" The City of Chester brought sev
eral, tons for our merchants aad cltlxeaf,
and received 100 tons for Memphis and
gejuTbeCityof Alton;cruhed tha Lor
eoceso badly while backing out from
New Or lean that Hie' Loreace got two
feet water in br hold. No serious damage
was done howevtr.
ajT Butine continues good 1st our
levee, and a. large amount of freight is
handled daily. Notwithstanding this fact,
we acknowledge that buUs I not so
brisk a it ha been.
HP A violent hurricane passed over
Helena, Ark, last Friday, blowing down
several houses and doing considerable
damage to out-houses and fencing, N,o
person wu hurt.
gjFTbe weather was nearly clear
yesterday until 4 p m., when it became
vory cloudy, and commenced raining- after
dark. The temperaturo was mtlte warm
being over 70 degree during the greater
portion of tha la;y N
g9 The Ohio rise ha reached It full
hight atPitUburg, where there baa not
been very much ratn. The greatest
chajiael depth(ws about ten feet, There
will be a much greater amount of water,
below Pittsburg, as the rains have been
vary heavy r
Caps. Dan. Brady of tho tUataer II. C
Yaeger, now on the way from Now Or
leans to St. Louis, has an elephant oo hi
hand. The boat carries bo porter,, anil
tho elephant takes care of hi." trunk'hltn
self Van Amburgs menagery is also on
tiaFTbere wuro three bridal parties on,
the Indiana, which passed here on Mon
day, Charlie Kyle, our gooddeoklng
friend of Phillips Momseotb wharfboaA,
is seatterlelttlcatlng over Isseeountry,
toenewheta in Ohio, skd we would net be
aurprUed, In tha least, to hear, that oae of,
theen thiaga had eaughtttui, (Ok I) ri
dal parties ar eatchl ng.
allowing large boata to Urn theieoM
ahotiider em LouUvtll. They aeeead the
talleMd sjoto CiaeinBaiil .The rita wU
alsesepply VryWylt:at, a X?
ive terges web to Mai?) Pittsburg yesaer
day witss hasebeU eoal-fpe Cmeta-
aatl, e.too bujt HtMm.fm
dred and tweaty-oae barges i wkh LIIV
flOO kuaaaU for LalViW.wemmft the
srreater iKwUea.wllI W 4sajsiijnted
Lfot or tiit remaining unclaimed In thi rait
Office, at Cairo, III., oa flsturday, Tab. 13,1371.
Arelott, rnr listen (:)
Bryant, mrs Rdith
lockrln.N T '
Crawford, mr M ft
P'ro, mrj H h
Iiynn, inn I, a
MetAixh.tln mr M
WrCattall, rare Han
Parktt. mia Mary A
Blley, mrEtla A ,
sjrniley, mriJaa,a Hherm.ni nu Mr
Wrisht, rnr M argsm wilbert, lot Ida
- mnuiufi tttt.
Aydeiott,C W(l)Asa,liB '
ilarker.C Baker, KS
llowmaB,J . J Bl'K?t J
Blatfhford, K Heard, T
Campbell, A Cellajd
llentlcy, W v.
Fowler, E if, Fowler, M JI IJ) Vtj, J A
rerjruoi.rA.- I'ltjpatrlck, Wm ;
IIopkln.,A Helton. P. lar. J II
uoineiair, . jmm, v ..v. T
Ilanenatme. J llsrrlnston. TU lleckey, M
Maleng, W llrditmm, It
4ehnaon. H1I (i) JamaW(2
Learyj J a m 'UntirajT
A; k SM j
Ka-rtle.M - -'Mown, !
.HeOinrir. I.K -Moyar.
Aaacuen, nar j Mcvaon, j
Maraball, M f orran, A A
MOMactin,.u jacvany, ,
Korri,T.J ) UKowllnL
ItobertaACo HI len VrotV (
Hall Ivan K
tsmith R K
sMlaaaA'J .Waahlnetnn II Voolard J
Woo,ln WIlionM -Wren
Wanfh W II Willianu J It
TouaaCp - TawO t
kraoas.eallteatorany orsaeMiovaitiiera win
eleeae ask fsrlV AdTertltad Letter" aad Rive the
dale of thi. lilt. . .O.W.McKKAKI, I'.M.
f'Thafeebliaad'delloat draaj the winter, and
with good raaaon. The weather at thli.ea.on ha
aUprli)rTecSunoatheTltAl offaat and the
aasmal aitu; aad Uity hare noTlullty or men
taj aalrnaStoate tptre. Tho arad aad Infirm, In
aoaalaa aataaef Ufa is waiinf dlm.are always
napleaaantly aflecte.1 by the temperature ol win-
Ur, and .heuld fbrtlfy their sytUtn salnl It.
Tha extra vigor and re.i.tent power which theen
feebled syaten reqnlree to enable It to meet wish
safety tha eaaeutta of cwld ai daany, my aH)i be
erqairtd by theiilat.ls.otoatUr'atHoi.
aeh BllUr. The tonle effect of till wondarfel
wiedl61n la aoon apporent.ln an tnercsied appe
tite, a more active dlitlon,nniabrl.htrr,han-
ier frame of mlud. Food la Ihe ful of the body,
aadlllao4parJr dlxeeUd lhaflre or life
bamioav When SSiU k tha eaaa, the dl.aklllty ran
always be reraldled wllljln a abort aco of lime,
bb takinsf a fnlldosa of tha bluer twice a day.
The stomach will soon begin to perform Its al
loledtaak regularly and leadllyi (he food, llpg
tboroughly aasimilasad, will yield the amouat'of
fvitatbeatae tnooriluneatwhleUth body rs
qulree under the external pretture of cold, and
tha winter ailment whieh are apt io aaatl Ihe
weak and untoned physique will lie avoided,
CAIRO AND NASHVILLE
Tho following steamer leave Cairn
on Ihe day and at Ilia hoar below.named
TALISMAN, Kjiiry Monday at 6 p.m. j
1'XRONK, Every Thursday, at 0 p.m.;
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, at 6 p.m.
I'or Frela-ht or laa .tg apply on l:inl, or to
HK511S ft MALI.OIIV,
JanM'TIK 1 OHIO LEVEK.
CAIRO AND PAHUUAH
Tlm beautiful and light draught tcaim r
,1'AMES FISlv, eTK
SOHMKV MKatLI.'V. Sf.ter.
I-.re Cairo daily at s, p.m., ajd I'li-tutsh dally
ate a.m. Uatrlng aupurlor a.uuioiioUtieii be
eollelta publiu patroiuifie.
j7 .WT phillipn . ;o
Hucreasor t U It. Itendrluk A C.
Gommisrion JVI erohatifs
" f CAIRV, ILLINOIS. 1
UatMLBL ASSVAWCllW HAaSJC tstf SJSAN.
Are preparell to receive, More and f
He lo all polat", aal buy aud eetl oi
sartitiineK attradeil la with vreuiftucu
pLOME ft VIWCsWIT,
Line. M. Plaster Paris
L'nltoi Wuto.sof America. Houthera Iitatrlct el
Wheraa. onthilllh dav ol Fabmary A. D.
till, Matllnnly r-'lowcrroo t Co. flint alibal In
Ihn Mstrlct Court of tho Untted PUt for tha
Bmunern iiincs oi nunnie, Rinaiin auMat
b.Mii Loult tiIIo, her tmt, taokle, anpaiel and tor,
nlture, prftTifR1"1' ai fame miy oecon.ifmne
to nj to aid iVboluint iho nm of (1) loir no
dred and twenty Unllare, audwbtraaa, b? virtue of
procea la due foftnof U, to medlreeted, re.
larnaUe on tho firnt Monday tn March 111, 1 ha?e
cireu upon ann laaen me am iniunuwai iAan-
Tllie,- ner owa, wj., iuurcu
- . - - I. lu
Notice la hereby kItto, that a DUtnct ConH ot
Ihn tTnltad 8tateVitt be'held at the Balled State,
Court room n the etty af Clro, on taearat Mon
day l.i March 111, forlhe trial of theStt pretn.
I,e, and the owner or owner, and altMrsoa who
hare or claim any tnteret ihersln. " h;rby
oiled to he and appesr at the time
aald.to .how cause. I W L,
ahould not bn rendered "..WSSMl lh'
prarerofanld lilK-l. . ,oMI V J aJIESj
Hy 1'etereann, upuy. rlSffiit
Cairo, Ills., i'ebrtury U, lrTO.-febMdtst
And Agents of
OHIO It IYER A5D KANAWHA
JNo. 70 OXZIO Xa3
HrerMioMor At a Co.,
General Commission Merchant
SO. 133, Olel. IeSTt)9,
novltlf CAJBtO, ILL.
J. I). MathiiM. EV C. Ukl
jyjATIIEJiS aV VUIe, .
h MANDrV.' j
Gt-JO JXI JUXI ATi
Upeoial atlnailoo given la tha purehaa and aala
. - - - '
FLOTJR & GRAIN
mo, it. rniLLis.
(luecusorlo Parker rblllt.
FO RWrtROifB" MERCHANT
And Dealer In
Flour, Mcnl, liny, Com, eVt,
Cor.lOtht. &Ohio Levee
g N. IIAHRLL,
fJI.ASSlVARE nud HOUSE FlIKitNH
(85 and IB7 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Tin mill Hollow Wnrc.ClotkeaWriBgera
Tollrt Waro, Coal Hods, Ur ,
Shovels, Air Urate,- V
Tin, Gopper, Zinc and Sheet Imi
No. 166 Washington Ave
ttaoaK. l utter lax asasl aU htoela
Job Work XSuue MS MksurSaaS Aatlee.
CINCINNATI ADVJUMEE 1.
h lolpnldfisW 38i..ir1
No. 248 East Pearl Ntreat. '
C'II101WAT, f jfltf
And all kin t,C Hilt
L tin ir) JtII-'i nei g,i n
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