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A IM HUH WA1ICIYMAII
Physician unci Accoucheur, for
inerly of AiiD( Union Co., Illinois, liaa perma
neolly located In city. oKriCE-CommorcIrl
Atcdiio, between till and tilti Street Wtt ahlo,
fi W. DUWI.VG, M. 1. Ilea
va IDENCE-Cornor Ninth anil Wnlimt
OFKICB-Cornor filnth Htrrel nnd Ohio Lure
OWIW! IIOURH-Krom a.m. to It m.. and
WILLIAMR. NniTII,Bf. I
Kr,niuB.i(jfc-no. w, thirteenth leo
eiween Wellington Avenue and Walnut Hlreet
vrrvKm Comerclal Avenue, m Halra
IT WARDrVEK, 9f. I)., Culro
""''"KOE-Oorni'r of Nineteenth at.,
and WanhUrton are. OKHICB-On OommerrliU
are., over iho Poitofllce. OKKICK WOUIIH-
inuniwmioijui,. (Huoday excepted anil
irom x 10 0 p m.
J S.BKICIHAIW, M.D.
Olce, 188 Commercial Avenue.
cIltri, Hit 10 a.m.. l to 3 p.m.
. Kel once, tin. II, Ninth atreet, Cairo HI.
KEKN & UIKHKKT,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
eTllllam H. Unin, T
ejllllam B. llbrl, t'AIKO,
Ilea r. lIMberl, J
Hprll attention Klven to Admiralty and bl. in
UMca'aa Ohio t-avee. Kooni 7 and
wif Clly national Unuat.
jri!Vi;c!Att, biijxx v iMTrjE,-
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
B. T. Llaesrar,
U. W. Mnun,
P. H. Pap-,
CA litis, H.I..
OFFICR-On fc.Hei.th hlrtel,
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
yyOOD AM) COAL.
la prepared to atrlivrr tl.o heat
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
In fcnjrpArtof U. city, to n quantity UtaitrU,
VH VltVft WVMVVe
Coal Delivered at $1 50 l'cr Ton.
OXP1CE Over lleerwart, Oitli M Co.: ,Iot
store, twodoof above the corner of Kilitli stre et
rip. .HtuiaitiM .TVDUr. UCI
Cairo City Book Bindery
li prepared to
Nanfattirt Blaak Hooka aail do nl
sslae) of Hook BlaalaR and Kallnsr.
7 Okl Ijevee,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
CAIRO AND NASHVILLE
The fallowing steamer leave Cairo
on III day and at tho hour blow.name.l
TALISMAN. Every Monday nt 5 p.m. j
TYRONE, Every Thursday, nt 5 p.m.!
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, nt 6 p.m.
For Freight or !' ajiply on board, or to
JanSC'Illf J 74 OHIO U'.VF.K.
t'AIKO AND PAIiUCAII
The beautiful and light draught steamer
JAMES FISK- .TR
BORIIKT EBLET.... .Ma.ter.
Iatea Cairo ilallf at p.m., aj.l l'alurah dally
at 9 a.m. Harlng auperlor m-coinmo.lationa he
elicit putllo (wtrouase.
THE NEff AND FASHION.VIJLE
Shaving 4 Hair Dressing
! now open to tho cllinaol Uuro. Wntlilnc,
arnica clean Hlnre, aud Hair Cutting enn t had
.lam prepared to do nil kluJ. of r.jaini'iital
Hairwork-watcliguarda nnd hra'olota.
Hair Drmalntc done in tho latent and hett .1) lf.
I will fo to thvhouneaof tLoto unalletoconio to
Call on Me.
J OEOMOE HTEIIVIIOlINi:
Cor. 8th 81. au Coutwcrclal
IN THE PEBRY IIOVsE
karp Raaora.Cleaa Towel md Skill,
Ladlea'aod. Chlldran'a Hair Cut and Bhampooned
y -if attuat ai tit shop or
, iT THHIti OWN HOMRg.
Oentlemen'a Whltkera and If air Vsti Ina aclon
IIAo manner, and ntlafactlon guaranteed.
Hoard and Tuition' per' annum', W26.
Iniuiralel'oy ft. iftjfuoe tau!EEru
and lutlon per an en m, $.. 'Preeldent, the Very
Bv.I.iUtnutli,U. V., Oeaa of Huron. For
artloulaTf f ply to Vajor Eyana, London, Canada
MS Or THE CIT7.
THIS AND THAT.
AVho i n nt nmn for Chief of 1'ollco ?
Remember Ollvu Logan on Tluiridny
tJcn. uurnnuo u on nu wlnditiL' way
Thoruli nn npnlo troo in tlio ith AVutd
And (till tlio Circuit Court lingers In
Mayor "Wilson pronosen to eo Into tho
coru wora busincus.
Tho Mnyor of illlwaukoo
through Cairo ycitcrdny.
"Jinking garden" U now tho order of
tho dny In this city.
Our gardener bcllovo that tlili Winter
Will not linger In tho lap of this .SnrlnL'.
ii:o ipo wutcr imi begun to fill tlio low
placei of tho city.
On Monday tho Jnmei I'lik. Jr., brousrh
61 lilidj of tnhorco In f'i...
Who thnll ho chnlrmun of tho Hoard of
Aldermen K'.'iirdcn or Carroll?
Clerk llrown, when ho retire! from of
fice, will probably remove to I'nlon count v.
I ho -Mayor elect will experience greut
ullficulty In obtaining cood iiolleemen.
A cnucui of tho now City Council will
bo held during the present week. .So
lieu. Itnum it mi cnthutlitstlc laborer In
thu vineyard of the Cairo ami Vlnconnei
Tho Chicago Journal tnyt Andrew
Cnlro wn elected Citv .Monhal of Culro
on tho Citizen's Ticket.
Xnther 0 Connor, Into of this city, bin
ian put In rhurgo o( tho Catholic congre
gation nt -Mound City.
A lurge number of people uro in the city
from all regions nround about, nttendlnir
thu court now In h-iIoii.
John V. .McKee, who has been alllkt
cd for n year or two by throat dl-e.ase, In
tend to seek tuullcal advice In Cincinnati.
Tho Hlbcrnlun will havf n meeting to
night for the purpose ot fettling tho busi
nets that lint grown out of their Into ball.
There Is considerable Cairo nnd Vin
cennca Railroad excitement in the city.
" What about Hross? ' is now tho current
Mr. II. Houpt, cf Murphysboro, has re-
inoTeu to our city, no will soon open a
wholesale watchmaker' tools and material
store, and deal extensively in clocks.,
Tho present term of the Circuit Court
will cost Alexander county how much? It
ha been in session ttco month I This is
too much of n good thing.
Tho roons juil vacated by John l'etrie,
rorncr or rourtccntii meet una wnsning
tou AvcnucJ nroto do refitted In nn clo
gantstylu by Prod lllankenbiirg for n
Steam was raised on tho now Culro mid
Columbus packet on last K-tturdny, ntCin
rlnnat'.. Her machinery performed highly
satisfactorily. She is to Ik) delivered wt
Ward, tho wood and ronl man, l un ap
plltantfortho position of stroot-tai col
lector. Ho will probably rvcelvn thu ap
pointment, nnd will, wu bellcvo, maka n
Tho Comptrollershlp Is a problem to be
solved. AVho Is tho coming man 1 Mr.
Morris has been tuggestod, nnd would fill
thu position with ability. Ho would
make n fulthful nnd conscientious olllccr.
Illll Leo wai aikcd ycitcrdny for which
ticket he voted at tho recent election, nnd
replied " Upon tho honor of no man, I
sny that I voted for and ngnlnit both
tickets nnd nil the men running, (live mo
X pilot entered Henry Harris' saloon
Monday night, nnd engaged in tho pastime
of Illngini; tumblers nt tliA lnmatcj. Ho
flung ono too tunny, nnd received n sovcro
beating. In tho melee Mr. Harris was
struck, but not sorlouMy Injured.
Tho Mound City Journal sny that
"Tin: C'Aino Ruu.kti.v is entitled tn n
largo thuro of credit for tho success of tho
nutl-Orasshopper ticket In tho municipal
olection licit! tn our neighboring city last
Tuesday. It mado it bold nnd offectlvo
Our friend, Jowctt AVilcox, was in
Springfield n few dnys ago und snw "Wat.
"Wobb sitting In hU chair In tho Homo of
Rotiro-cntative. That Jowott own that
tlmlr wo have no doubt j and Wat. ought
to surrender It nt onco.
"Who Is more tmterpriitng than our
friend, "W. "W. Thornton? Tho winds
knocked hi market house speculation In
to smithereens j but ho cannot baiitcour-
aged by such trltlci, und I now ougtged
In rebuilding tho domolislicd. liouso.
""Will Mcllalo recolvo tho Jail ngaln ?"
"Of course." Tho question, and tho nn-
swor that is hoard in every part of tho
city. Tho city has never had i more faith
ful officer than Mollale, nnd tho now
Mayor should not overlook hU claims to
J. Johnson, of tho Central, has mado us
hi debtor again, nnd has chalkod nnother
long mark in our nccount with him. We
won't make tho transaction public, but wo
wish mm to understand that wo owo him
for tho " Rov.'' n well ns for tho en
Attention Hiiikknianm.AH mom-
bors of tho above company nro horoby no
tilled that thero will bo u special mooting
on Wodnosday evening, Mnrch 8th, callod
for tho purposo of settling up tho nffnlr
of tho late ball.
JNO. MILLER, Hec'y.
THE C. & V. n. It. CO.
What Mill Ihe'l'onatr rottrt Itcpljrlo
nn i-ciiuvn ins company
Ycslorday wo laid boforo our reader a
synopsis of tho plan auggostcd by tho
President nnd Director of tho 0. A V.
R. R. Co. for an Immcd.'a'.o resumption! if
tho work on that much n coded thorough
fare. This plan, with a nctition nrnvlni?
our county court to arjuiesco In tho plan,
will bo laid beforo JudgoJIJroiJ nnd his
Wc hope tho court may consider tnli
mutter calmly, nnd decide In accordances
with the wlshu of tho people. Tt will not
do to sny "this shall not bo ; tho people nro
fools, nnd wo proposo to protect thu pcoplo
against thctniolvei.'' J 1
Such a rule may do for tbo paternal gov
ernments of Europe, nnd may sound well
when pronounced by Uismnrck, but hero
in America tho public officers uro tho pub
lic icrvnnts, and it is their duty to do tho
will of tho people- If this I true, nil tho
court has to do is tontcerUln tho will of tho
pcoplo In this matter and net accordingly.
They hnvo no right to net otherwise '
r.at i. i-.J--. .mi niuttor, Alexander
county, by nn almost unanimous volo of
tho people, subscribed $100,000, bond, to
tho capital stock of tho C. & V. R. K. Co.
Tho county made this subscription with
out condition, nnd It I binding to-dny.
ovi, the company inks that these bond
thnll bo placed In tho hands of u trustoo,
to be by him hold until Iron for tho road
from Cairo to Vicnnn has been purchased
by tho company and placed underhls-con
trol, thero to rotmln until it has boon laid
upon tho road bed. Taking fur granted.
that tho people of Alexander aro 'willing
to givo $100,000 bond to liuvo n rail
road from hero to Vienna, Ji there
anv co'xl reason why tho cuutt
should not tiuuo tho bonds Under tho
conditions Indlcuted. None whntevor
nnd wo boliove tho county court will do
violence to the wishes of tho pooplo it
represent by not at once complying with
the prayer of tho petition of the Cairo
and Vlnccnnci railroad company.
Mitch member of tho court should net In
this matter for himself, no that it tannot It
mid that tht strong, ttublum mind of this
or (Aif member timed teerythxnn oy
niorm. Each member of tlio court 'should
endeavor to ascertain tho wishes cf tho
people, and net In nccordenco wlth4 thoio
V lat.ok stock of furnishing goods ofull
kimh always on hnnd nt 1. Nell's, No. 79
Ohio Levee. docOtf
Hon .SALt.Ono sot second hand slngl
liarnesi for sulo cheap. Enqulroof
mnrC-at DELAY JrLOVETT.
Ciiildakk h pictueus u spotialty at
orthinglou'a new l'liotographlc Art
I. E. TAKE NOTICE t I.E.
Where RorKulna In Dry flood Mmf' bi
It now making nrrungcmeiit for tho open
lug of the spring trade. Ho IntcmU filling
his roinmodiout store r.ioni with u largo
variety r dry goods, comprising ladle'
dre good', muslins, tublo llnon," rurpet
llig, matting and nil article usually found
in similar establishment!!.
His carpets, two ply, three ply nnd
Hrusscln, nrc of now nnd elegant patterns,
nnd cheaper than have boon brought 'to
this market. Mr. Ilnnny Intends adding
to his stock In this particular, nt nn early
day, nnd will show such a variety in styles
nnd price that all purchasers can Imi suited.
In other article of dry goods Mr. Hanny's
stock will bo low In prlco, vnrlou In kind
nnd of tho best quality.
J'.iscy Goods, Attontlon Is callod to
f tho stock of fancy goods nnd china toys
cold nt prices to suit tho times, also, dollar
articles nt the Dollar Store.
Call nt K. H. Oiwnld & IVs old stnnd
on Commercial Avenue. mltf.
Tor sulo or exchange, COO acres of eholco
land In Franklin county on tho contem
plated lino of railroad from Bt. Lou's to
Kvuntville. I will exchange for Cairo
property. U. CLOSE.
Tin: . Snake. Tho "Snakes" Is or nro
or sin n dlsoaso of u very peculiar kind,
nnd tho fellow who got it or thorn on
.Sunday night lust and woko tho cchoe
us lia lied howling along Washington
Aventto had n iuot prodigious uttack.
While oroiiiiig Twelfth stroot ho fell, nnd
Woldou who was in pursuit captured him,
nnd with tho aid of bystander tied tho
frenzied nun nnd placed him in a go-cart,
In which ho was wheoled away to Jail.
Tharo wore in pursuit of that man on that
night all thodomons of lightning whisky
with all the hairs of tlioir impalpable
but horriblu hoad writhing liko Borponta,
und about his body all kinds of roptilos
were twisted and knottod, crawling nnd
hissing with their poisonous tongues.
What dreadful whisky ho must have
Ukou down 1 Wu would venture a bet
thht it can kill tit n greater nuigo than
tho Ulmssopot I
WuoU itthut doe not liko smoking
hot biscuit, for breakfast? Tho Furno
Cook stovo will bake them in 11 vo minutes'
tinio by thu wntch,
Foil pistol nnd cartridges nnd bowio
knives, go direct to 1. Kofi's, No. p Ohio
To IIouhkwxvks. Wo use a Chartejr
Ouk Stove, or'nt least bur r half docs,
and tho says thero U nothing in' tbo 'way
of cooking that ennndt bo 'dono'easy and
quickly on that stove, nnd wo thoroforo
rocommond It to all. m'ch7,dwlt.
Chalk H, Uoait 111 Call Round and
Nettle in n Uajr or Two."
Jim Dowllng, n professional gnmblor,
was arrested, chnrged with nn offenso
against tho ordinance. Ho changed tho
vonuo from Hross to ShnnncHy, arid yos
terday was 'tried, convicted and fined StO
Htid costs. Upon paymentof tho costs and
n promise to pay tho flno, Squlro Shnn
ncssy discharged him from custody.
Now, wo protest that t'hV prMtloa&li
outrageously wrong, nnd wo cnfncstly'ln
vile tho attention of tho Council to tho
Tho rovised ordinances provido, (scc.3C3),
that "any person or persons against whom
Judgmont shall bo rendered for tbo viola
tion of nnyordlnaneo of tho city, for a
pecuniary fine, mny relcnio himself from
custody, by entering Into n rccognlwtnco,
with gootl and sufficient security to bo
npproved of by tho olllccr rendering the
Judgment, in doublo tho amount of such
Judgmont, fino and costs, pnynblo within
thirty- tho-Tcnaition or sucn
Judgment." Was this provision of tho,
ordinances observed In tho caso of Dowl
lng? Wo hnvo reason to bcliovo
that It was not, nnd wo
know tlio practlco has been,
In many Instances, to collect tho costs and
trust the ordinance breaker for tho fine
This Is manifestly wrong, nnd tho Coun
cil should look Into tho matter nnd npply
a rcmouj. unui encouragement nns n
'police officer to do his duty, when tho
ordidnnco breaker can sny to tho I'ollco
Mugistruto ns ho says to tho bar tendor :
Chulk it, boss; I'jj bo around In a few
day and square up."
This will not do. 'Squlro Shuincssy
mny have n kind heart nnd bo tiunblo to
rcshtt tho Importunities of soft-worded
men liko Dowllng, but it Is his duty to Hvo
by tho letter and spirit of tho ordinances
under which ho is acting, and wo protest
that ho shall not thow favors' to gamblers
or confidence men that hoshnll hold them
strictly to accountability under tho laws of
Tiik vopla botwoen Charleston, Mo.,
and Cairo are dollghtcd with tho prospects
of having a steam ferry.
, We.lcarn from tho Mound Chy Journal
tbaMr. Gru hopper Sam Is about; to
leave hi and 'take up his abode In the jiifl
of l'ulaskl,county, thero to nwnlt tho law's,
delays and plno forjudlcc.
This Information fills til with grief, and
wo shall sopnruto.frciu Samuel in profound
sorrow. He Is' such nguy Wy n rutu-
bluU'or who can bur. a blokV, and who liru
at mum n 'mouth1 hi pal evor closed' on
good victuals. In his disposition ho I
nminbie, nnd although lie i opposed to our
municipal party wo cannot withhold from
him tho pral'o to which ho it entitled. A
n grciifpolitlrlan ho is n success of tlio
t 1 I ' a -"a
inosi ueciaou kiiiu, unu uoioro mm ilea a
future bright with brilliant promWo. His
friends in hit fraternity have concluded to
present to him u testimonial of their appre
ciation of his character in thu ahapo of it
fino set of burglars' tools, nnd ono of his
admirers has iiddresscd to him au 'ndi, '
commencing u follow :
Oh I H.unniy Or. . hopper, oed bye,
To the Mound you are irolnii aw ay
i'ray notice Ihl tear in my eye
And llt while I cur.u thu n l dny.
CoinalMok to in, ritm, when you can
The levee 'II 10 dull while ynu'r foil.',
For you .ire bully good man
'Mon Ihleres a In erran and 'it tin
T.'ie lereu I ay will be dull '
, And stringers will roam witlio it fir,
Oh I how tifien'my. frjrll null,
" (irai.y Hopper, I'll with you wero here.
Tolhecir nut the steamboats no luuro
With aa eye out for greentea we'll walk I
Hut (he tale of eur theft I'll tell o'er
In my playful an 1 Innotejt talk.
I'll tellhotv tho strap Kmi w plnjf.l,
And bow with c.inl-i)n and trick.
A Rreit mtny ureeuhoru we tUyod
And earni'J the full t'illu ol "biiek,"
And thus, oVrthepatt a I iii,
I may tin J route ri'liif frumniy grlrf
At thy In llo(i e rjir.Hw of d.irU w,y,
Frioud Sammy, ilei-l-tit'l ly thief.
Then Simmy Ur"hoppcri;ay Ham,
TAoniy hitn l I lialo It, boyjnn -I tt'o t I'l'e;
I'm di.cnnvoUte, brokon I urn
My grivf you umy ee in my e) i-.
Imitation I'orcolaln riiotograihs nil
tho go taken only by W. T. Worthing-
ton at his now Photograph art gullory.
i ii .i
If you want a good, stylish and woll
fitting ult of clothe, m ad u to order, you
m.t go to V. Noll", No. 70 Ohio Loveo.
Skiiknadk. A paragraph in which wu
returned thunk to tho Evansvlllo Silver
Hnnd for a splendid serenade Monday
morning, wnrcrowded out yustcrday by
other mutter. Rut " it is never too Into to
do good," and wo now renew our thanks.
Thu rnusic'io which, we woro treaedj yM
delicious, and wo "know fuw bands In tho
country can furnish as good an article of
melodious sounds. Tlio band wu passing
home, from a yliit to New Orleans.
OntiKio, to SUucii. Wortlungton or
ders everybody nnd their children to
march to hi now i'hutographlo Art (lal
lory, and leuvo tlmlr meusuru for ono or
moro doxonjgf hlvnowiinltatlon"p"prceltrt
card photoarsjpu? niudo 'only at his gal!
lory. Tho lino of march should commonco
nbotit 0. o'clpck u. in., ivnd.cotitinuu up till
nlghCi ' iV. ftlV :Ji i rteWtf"
You who lend s'odehtnry lives Printer,
Tailor,-Shoenpikorsj etc.' will find a groat
roller for tho Constipation from which you
o often suffer, by taking Simmons' Liver
Regulator. It is it simple, harmless, veg
etable compound sure to rolelvo you, and
can do no Injury. uich7d&wl w
Ulaappenrnnce of t
Nut too, of EI Paso,
Tlio steamer Edlnburg arrived nt Cairo
yesterday frnrn Now Orloans, nnd tho
tnnstor deposited with tho City National
Hank' a bog of money mostly gold
thought to contain fron. 52,000 to $3,000,
tho property of P. Sutton, ot Kl Paso, Illi
nois. Tho Edlnburg laid bysovcral CnVg nt
tho mouth of Rod RIvor, whoro Mr. r-.it-
ton camo on board, nnd secured n stnto
room, tnking pnssago for this city. Ho had
scarcely got into his quarters when ho
disappeared, nnd did not return to tho
boat for two days. Ills person was
dirty nnd his. clothes, torn, and it
was ascertained that ho had been wan
dering about tho woods. In tho morning
of tho second day out from Red Rlvor, tho
ofllcers'of tho boat noticed that Hutton
wn missing, nnd diligent senrch resulted
In And no: no Unco of lilm. Ho lias not
iio. htnttl of since, nnd tho impression
of officers nnd pasongor is thnthujumped
overboard and was drowned. Hut this
supposition may not bo correct. Tho
boat landed several times during tho
night on which ho disappeared, and ha
may havo got ashore nnd have wandered
into ttiCjWoods. Tho fata of tho utifortu-
nuto gentleman is wrapped in mystery.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Xeiv Tlino Tnblc.
On nnd after 12:C0, p. m., Sunday, Doc.
-ith, tho following time table will govern
tho arrival and departure of punongcr
trains nt Cairo;
Mull train loaves'ut C:I0 a.m.
'Express " nt 0:30 p.m.
St. Louis nnd Culro Express
leaves at 1:20 n.m.
Accommodation lenvoit at... 12:30 p.m.
. ", . AbIIIVK.
Mull arrives '. '.'.05 a.m.
Express arrives ',12:21 p.m.
St Louis nnd Cairo Express
arrives 4: IS p.m.
Tho last named train leaves St. Louis
at" 10:30 n.m. Traders can lcava Cairo nt
1:20 alm.i reach St! Louis ntT:26' ii.!rf., ro-
main In Uio clty three hours, nnd return
to Cairo at 1:10 p.m., tho sumo day.
1 ho i'J:30 accommodation and Cairo
and St. Louis express leave dally; nil oth
ers Jcuyoflally except FunduyV
n ny passengers annum ueur in iniiiu
that tho 3:30 p.m. train make only four
topping between Cairo und Ccntralln,
iz: Joncjboro, Carbondulo, I)u tjuoln
ml Afhlev. Thu l'iW p.m.- train stops
nt nil thu stations along tho rnulo.
Plouu'1 Choice Family Flour In bbl
half bbl., sacks &c., for sale at thoEgyp.
Ian Mill. au
Two small boys fell olf tho stdowulk In
tho -Ith Ward yesterday, lloth cfcnpcd
- - - -1
W. T. WoitTiiiNUTON U doing it big
bnslneti in copying and enlarging old
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes nnd Photo.
graphs, uiuklng them look as bright ns
when first taken. fublOtf
Oil l ldhkn'h pictures should bo taken In
tho forenoon. Parent should remember
this, as It It moro to their interest than
Worth iiigtou'f, over Rockwell & Co.'
Book Storo. mch2tf
Tiik l'oor Man's Club continue to In-
creuso its member. Its. rooms nro well
supplied with Into paper nnd. flrst-cla'a
Pianoh. Tho Decker Hrothots nnd
A. Sumner pianos arc In uso. nnd recom
mended by tho best musicians. They aro
tho best nnd cheapest. Thosu desirous to
purchnte, call on J. C, Carson, agent, No.
liy Commercial Avontin. mvh'dtf
1 urn thoroughly cntlsflcd that Simmon'
Liver Regulator Is all It chilm to bo for
Indigestion and IHIIous Complaints. I
havo nUo hoard many of my friends speak
of it, and nil agree that it po'sosses tlio
virtues claimed for it.
A. II. HKIRTOWKR,
Conductor M. A- W. R. It.
It U strange what a lougth oftimo It
take to wear out Hoot and Slmc when
mado of good material, and Wm, Ehlor
use nothing but the bust of everything
stock, workmen nnd all at his shop on
Twentieth street opposite tho court homo,
Taiikr Orotiikios 63 Ohio Leveo, will
norenfter keep constantly on hand, direct
from tho Eastern manufacturers tho very
best winter slrnluod DUtiflediriorm oil. for
owing iiiaciunes, ami all lino anil light
maciujiury. i in on ua uuvor yet been
superceded by any of tho manufactured
oils, ait;noverguni8 or is atlVctud by tho
woutucr. - tlec'JBlt
Closing Out Suit's. .
Twentyi&vtt th6usnd dollurt Worth of
roudy-mado clothlmr, hut,, eaju, . boots.
Kitlo by 1 Null", -7U,r Ohio Love.s nt AC
TUAL COST PIUQES. U hcliig ttU.lntou.
tlon to cIojo oufhitllat lino, tuUl fiiihark
Ujtci(stv0ly nnd moro tixtenslvoly in tho
furnhhlng goods and jiioroliaut tailoring;
Till olos'lnl; out Biilo fiirnWii's an oppor
tunity to tsccuru clothing chcapoi' than aver
b'ei'oro oll'ored In this markqt.
W rocoived u call yosterduy from
Judge Marcholdon and McOrlto. Call
THE FASHION A HLK GIRL I
TIIK HEAUTIFUL GIRL I
THE WOMANLY GIRL I
THE YANKEE GIRL I
THE WESTERN GIRL I
TnE Strong-minded girli
THE FAMOUS LECTURER,
will Ujcourso upon this Interesting jub
Thursday Wg, Match 1,
Admission , io cent
Kcsorvca Scats "
Reserved scaU will bo sold at the A tho.
ncum on Tiiursday, from 0 to 12 m., and
from 2 to 0 p.m. Tickets can bo had fit
four days prceodlng tlio loctliro.nt W. II
iiocKwcii iv t-o.s nna 11. A. Ilnnnoni
An exchange say :
"Miss Loir an' lcctiiro In Nnw S'ork
City, was a grand Inovntlon. Stclnwnv
Hall, lioldinc 6.000 ticonlc. was Hacked
from parquclta to dome."
Of her Iccturo at tho Academy of Mttsie,
in Philadelphia, tho J'rai says :
'For nn hour nnd n half she hold u vast
audlcnco falrlv sncll-hound. Her stvlo is
of tho highest finish of futnnlo elocution,
nuuner story n raro mingling "ol liumor,
good senso nnd pathos.
The Now York Tribune says:
"Shu is always bright; clear and genial,
and tho something she has to toll, Is
strongly commended to good Insto by hor
unusually brilliant manner of tolling It."
Tho Chicago Eeening Journal says :
"Farwoll Hall wu crowded to Its im
Tho Iccturo was not merely n succession
of "smart sayings" tnrtly cxprcisod. but
it was n brilliant essay, eloquent with tbo
imagery of thought, oparkllng always,
und forming n volume perfectly har
moneousfrom beginning to end,
Tho Jollct Signal, of February 'JSth,
Tho locturo of Olivo Jognn, at Walsh
Hall, on Thursday evening, under tho
auspices of tho Historical Society, called
together tho largest itttdlonceovcr secit'iu
this city on a liko occasion. Every Inch
of available room in tlio hull was occupied,
tlio most porfect arrangement having
been mado for seating tho multitude. Tho
lecture was delivered in elciitent.stjU'
tlio falrspeukor being repeatedly npplavi
od.p It was wclf worth tho '.frico tit'nd
Skwino Maciiinks. Thosu wanting
Sewing Machines should remember that
neeier oc llson s nro tlio best in usr
They nro uniurpussed for light rnnnlng.
They will out-wnro nny In tno. Call nnd
J. C. CARSON, Agent,
m7tf. 128, Com. Avenue.
Why will our frlonds run tho risk of be
coming blind by wearing common Specta
cles, when they can procure the most per
fect article that ha yet been made, by
calling at our old friends Tabor llros' tho
well known Jewelers und get n pair of
Lazarus & Morris' Perfected Spectacles.
Don't delay . fcbldaw&lm
RoiiuiKa a Hen Roost. Saturday
night last, whllo Louis Jargonscn nnd
family wero soundly nslocp, and with no
thought that u chlokon thief was prowling
around tho premises, tho sldo nuto of tho
fenco was opened, tho lock taken oil' tlio
ben houso, nnd tho Inst hen, rooster nnd
chicken taken. Many of tho lions takem
wo nro Informed, woro of Imported stock
and very valuablo; yet, vnlunblo or not,
thoy nro gone. Who was tho thlof, nnd
where Is ho ?
China Torn ani Fancy Auticles.
Mis Kulo Carson Si Sitter dcslro to cnll
tho attention of tho public to their largo
und selcpt assortment of ohlnn toys, and
that thoy ore constantly receiving articles
sold for ono dollar. Thoy nro prepared to
givo thoio desiring fancy articles excellent
bargains. Givo them a cull nt K. II. Os.
wahl A; Co.' old stand, Commercial Ave
nue. , mcho-lw
OitfiANs. Smith' American Organs
givo porfect aatisfactioii to nil. Call and
.1.0. CARSON, Agont.
No. UP, Commercial Avenue.
Wanted. 5,000 on five year' timo,
for which u fair rutu of Interest will bo
paid and u mortgage on unincumbered
real estate given for security, Enquire at
Huli.ktin OHloo, or address P. O, Drawer
1170, Cairo, Illinois. meli7d&w.1m
AM SNNAI.UHHIOIJH NKANOl.
SpriiiK I" wrleome, but lint IU disease. Wu
ahoul l l kU'I to Ii ito ill bloom without ita fi'K.
lu vupor. it" auildeneluiiKeaot teuipur.iture, and
lliuiij;ile, 111 of luii)(lioi, bllinu itttai'k, aud
other hralng di.ordera wlileh lhi-y t-ngfinler.
A thla'uauiiul ! it Wboores all nsltlo people
tu do llin boat they can to meape ucli aerioua
ilr buck, on thu poetry oftlio.m-on. AL any
phyniulau what tho weal." ii.(di.K-u ought to Uo
wheu mlaiimiife't' HiAHir. The wj.tver l'l U,
'tone nn 1 rt'KuUtu thu aystein." Hut bow I Th.it,
I.. .1... l.un.i.Unl .111.111.111 I lla.l.ll lll.lloul .I1i.ll
. Ill" Hlll"l llM -1. -.IV... - V.-.-.. .... .. .
would prlubly reeoiiiiiieiid as nuiiy illffrK'il I
vllolufn. On Ilio oilier baud, tho iiouMud'iju
io h io Jested t hi .) riii of. 1 1 ojUt uriT .'" f
:i Hitter rim Irt;0r7titvffiiil"ttll--Mtf:. will 1
roeoiiinieiid b'lt ono, tliu uholeaoinn preTentlvu
iidrotortie lu which their o n erperlem has"
ttiwht them to trut. A lour.euf llilrre ii'.e-
tibia allmiilant, emmurul C"'
many u piui to Die few " u""ii. it
ould ha w bo eeuiioiiiy lu". hr It would prpUbly
iireclude tho unntHftot medical advice. Willi-
out. disparagement to pro(tflau wliiiili all lulol
lliient men uiid women reJpoot und honor, It la
just aswejl, If poMtbJYi tooepou(olthedoctor'
Hau4f ,-u. Miey- .hhi ht cuiiijaruieiy jvw
taae of lever au4aiu,;ayutiiribtlo4no,
nervousne, and Koueraf deulllty to attend to, It
this agreeable and healthful apvclila were fn uul-
venisl ue, inchJJAwIw
Tun u. s. oisimcT court
met in this city yestcrdny morning tX 10
o'clock, nt Philharmonic Ilali. rroldlng
was Hon. Samuel n. Treat; Clerk O. V.
Rowcn; Attornoy, Buford Wilson j Mar
thall, James E. Illll; Deputy MsiibU,
Without doing nny business of public
Interest tho court ndjourned to moot to-day
nt 0 o'clock, n.m.
Wo givo below brief sketches of tho offi
cers of tho court.
JAMES E. HILL.
It deputy marshal for tho southern dis
trict of Illinois. Ha was born at Mur-
physboro, Jackson county, and 1 rotated
to tho Logan family. Uo is a young man
of decided talent, thoroughly versed in
tho duties of his position, nnd is n' courteous;
nnd obllgtng gentleman.
a. r. dowen,
clerk of tho court, Is n nntlvo of Vormont.
JI wus appointed to tho Important posi
tion ho no- occupies by JUdgo Treat. Ho
Is considered a tory competent officer.
MAJOR nUFOIlt) iuoji,
tlio attornoy of tho court, is Well known
to ninny of our renders, Mr. Wilson wss
born In Gallatin county and has rostded
thero up If tho prosont During tho war
ho served his country faithfully In tho
Hold. In 1803 Gen. Grant nppolntod him
attorney for tiicsouthorn district of Illi
nois. JUHflE SAMUEL II. TREAT ,
was born lu Now Yorkln lfilS. In 1831
ho left his nntlvo state nnd settled in Illi
nois, where, nt tho early ago of twenty-one,
ho hegnn to practlco law. Ho was soon
recognized by tho profession su a 'man
possoislntr tho purest of motives and legal
knowledgo of n high' order." At tho ng
of twentv-Ilvo year ho was olocted Judgo
of the Circuit Court. Ho romalncd upon
tho Rench for thrco years, whon, in 181,
ho was elected a Judgo of tho Suprtato
Court of tho State. Thus at tho earlyago
of twonty-clght years, wo find him in tho
highest Judicial position of his State
Whllo voting in yenrv ho was old in legal
experience nnd rlpo Inlogal loro. His o
cltlont nro regarded ni of thu hlgkoat au
thority by tho bar of the State.- Ho coh
United ns a Judgo of this' tribunal until
1805, when President .Piorco appolnCid
him Judgo of tho U. S..Dislrlct Court for
Southern Illinois. For a period .: or
thlrty-threo years Judgo Treat , haa
discharged tho dutlo of thoj baneh.
With but ono exception, ho Is tno piaosi
Judgo In Illlnou. , . r . .
Hw U tv voueraUe'looUnsj. old tjn
mnn, and bear well tho burdohs of neatly
thrco score yonrs. His bearing npon tho
bench It dignified yet always courteous
With tho Judicial history of our,9tato
Will ntwnr LiM4tJlJj1.5nored mo
of Samuel 11., Treat.
KEEP IT IIEF0RE THE PEOPLE
Tlmt Petor XelT, Ko., 79 Ohio loyce, U
closing out his largo and woll-soloctcd
stock of clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps,
trunks nnd valises, at and
It is his purposj to embark moro exten
sively In tho merchant tailoring-and. fur
nlshlng goods buslnoss honco tho dfiro
to close out tho stock abovo enumerated,'
iimrCtf ' -
(.-iuccestor to rolilo A Blocktlelh)
Itoctlllcr and Wholesale Dealer La For
eign aad Domestic . j
U0K mm, etc.
OiS.IRO. - - - ILL.,
He keep on ban I comtantly, a full stock of
OldKeiilui'ky Roiirhon, Ryo aud Most
ougiihi'lii Wlilskles, Frt'Brh llrna
tiles'. Holland Gin, Rulno
nnd Callforulii )Vlnos.
J SMYTH iV CO.,
Alio, keep cinnlantly on hand' mo.l com
pltU atnelt o(
Scotch and Irish WhiiklM
Pofl, Madeira! Sherry, Catabaw
We are nijont tor J. MwoiaVSV
Wo ell oielutlvely M j)?!SS
Invito tho iitliitim of elone UirKln biiyera
Hpeebl attention grcn to pilloa order) .
ITTJir. II.NCIIU'tTKI e .
mporfer and Wholesale Dfealsr
It . IK-
4.- H AM
TOBACCO andCl GAp ff
toroxkt Iss-AMaCtsa), '
No. 750IIIO TJE VKK