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TIM Z TAIILE Of Til K 1LLIS0H CKXTRAL II. R.
On tad aftr Hnnday, May lith. 1S71, the follow
ri time-table will gown the airUal m d depttl
utt ( ptMitiRtr trains at Cairo l
art-Mall trln. dully - J.C".m'
Kspresa, daily-.. - l'-,n'
ExpreM.daily, escepl Sunday 3.afp.rn.
No charge of w from Cairo lo St. N""' "
ptr fromOIro to ChlcM"- flec.ant
rarle-I Itoom sleeping cars " nlRhl trams,
acta- cheated lo ll Import"' oolnt.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make Ihre lrr J,, -
UATIXO CillO I ;
irAfisa us xo itt
...in. I ai p in.
,p.tn. I At u.
DftCIl Tlii ' viup iiirv"1 iwi '
Will Uac, when hailed, ml any Rood lutermedla
fcdinflor paasenjieraor freight, novillf.
cent.'. 10 tleketa for U K.
1TANSV1LLK AND CAIRO,
Tli Sn itf .trier
US FOWLER Master
Will leave Ciro for Evanvlll every Sunday nnd
Thuraaay evenings. t a o'cloiM, p.m. For
"SKif r ' " ' Ja3. 111009. Jtl.
CAIRO AND l'ADUCAII
0 Thr (plrndid Icamrr
Jo rmlcr, Mnil'r.
.i Cilr di'.t'. ( 1 1 r- ;xc'pll)
Ccimberlnn I Ulycr 1'neUpli
NASHVIIiLE. CLAUKSVIIiLE AND
Thf iplfndid itcniner
TOM I!AKMAN.MMMlcr I AI.EX.
Will le?e Clro rf r Suturdiiy .1 4 o clocK p.m.
tirCUtttvillf, .nil .N.ivlllo. l or ticiRht or
paffxr.nptly ootio.raor lo
jas mr.ns, Ag'e.
KASQV1LLE, OliAKKSVIIiLK AND
The K&'.l&nt ttr.m.r
OWtN DAVI3...Mitr I Clerk
Will If ie C.iro ererr Thnmditr it & o'clock n.m
for thrille,Clarki)villeiiiid all way poiDta. Kur
ftelnht or psre tpplr on boanl r lo
Jn3lf. JAS. llir.GS, Ac't.
NASHVILLE, CLAKKSVILLE AND
Tht qood Mtetmtr
WII.ET 8IMM3...Miter ClerV
Will kite Cairo crery Monday at S o'clock, p.m.
for NtshTllle, and all way ports For freight or
puiage, arplf on board r lo
jinJtf JA9. VlGOi, Agt.
IHMIUrtA.Vr TH MKTS.
FOR SALE, For Sal. t FOR SALE.
I Kcr tale I '
FOR SALE. FofrtilS Iron SALE.
Fare fram Livziipool,
Fare from Lo.vDC.VDKitr.r
Fare from Glasoow,
JFaro from Qvec.nstown
TO CAIItO, $ 1 8 " 0
SiSorl, Morrn 1 Ca
Litnpool nr-rork ahd Phlladtlphla
eiicoiriicT wiih vsiTto iiATr.iSD aalTian
For Cirrying tne UIi".
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
o rvarura liroaxiiiov;
APPLY TO JOHN 0. DALE, Aot.
15Ilroljr, .SV.Vork, or to
II. II Oil t,
Wahlniiton Atncr. Cnim. nol. ji
Addition to til , ;"' denbed lo! in Fir
Lo V UMk M. Ux ,, Hwk H
" 3 "
For lermn,.te . '.Li.ty -a,
C W. VVSSISC, M. J). '
H. WAVUiNVUl. At U
am. and 2 lot u in. ii'mr.-v. i, w
John H.Mulkey, V
"Particular attention paid t0 rli., ..a .
niraJty buameia, r ' ' d.
OFFICE-Ofer Flr.tyltnalli.nk.o), llu
GREEN & GILIJKUt" '
'. j t-'Aino, 1I.UN0H
nun F. Gilbert,
Steamboat bu.lo.eaa. ' '"niiait ud
0F7ICZ CHIO X.EVKK, F.OOMS 7 ANn 8 OVFR
CITT NATIONAL UANK.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
D. BEXFORD l'roprlctor
Mma 0(10 UUI AHD lltOUD IT.,
1ke Only Firtl'Clau Iloute in the GVry
8W cooTayed i nd from ih Vtj
H. RRIGIIAM, M. 1).,
Omcif. '35 Commercial Avr.iM'-,
6jch&iir, to lon.m.. nii.l I ' )'" J1'1'
MKf, So. II Ninth nlr.1 1, CVru. '" fL;lm
FOR MEM Pill S AXIl WAY LAND
The Fine St-Aincr,
JACK OKAMMKll M.i'ter.
NKU. ltUliO k
Witt IcmeCiIro for .Memphis nnd ny landing,
a .0011 in the ! KOitra I- broKen. ru- will
commence to ie elw Irieght to-.lnj- from either
whnttUnil. . .... ....
J. M. I'lii'lii... M. C. WriKht ami Pol. Silver
'CAUL L. THOMAS,
nnir p. piled lo riwnd promptly lo all dc-
ninnni lor in- Ftnuvri
ailOI'-Coii. Ptii-st. ash CoM.Mnnc.u.-AV
In Ihr Vcrry llonvr,
II. T. UKUUUIil);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
fa Fillrr'a anl l'lumlfr'a material, Woo
piimpi, Rliibc mill hiik valvwa, Mop
cocka, cluck tnlvea,rlc.
uo Aiirar 10a
riifln Ilrntlierai I'alcnt Dry (ins JIclci
And Mureh-ii-p, UVIIi .1 Co'h Aulomatic WhIc
liiuicninr iiiii cupl'i)' Miive lorMcum imuera.
WINTKK 8 1ILOUK, COHM KhCIA I.-AVKVUi.
Wo are ulliorlio 1 10 announce Andrew Cain
aim candidate lor re- vt c Ion to tlieomce oruiiy
Marlial ut the appronclilnz clmrtcr election.
We are autliorlied lo acnounco Mr. Joseph II.
Taylor as a candidate for re-election to the office
of City Treasurer at tlie ensuing charter
We arc authonr-il to announce Michael How
ley n a candidate for re-clectl-in to the ofllco ol
Cily Clerk at Hie enulng charier election.
1'liblUlml every lunriiliiic, Moniliiy
Wtnthcr, cold ti. blut-'Mazes.
Oysters f.ro pUnty in this innrktt.
The ball Sanson just nt its liightli.
What ha becotno of our hotel
Smoked salmon and Yarmouth bloat
orsjust received nt .lorgotisnn's. tf.
Dry goods den!i;r willso'jn- begin to
lay in their spring supim. Who will
be firft in market 7
TI10 cold weather has had 11 demoral
izing eirect on pollco butines. Hut one
caso beforo his honor ycnterday.
nntf-d (firl, to do general hoti.'e
work. Will pay good wagc3.
febl It ' H. S. IlArtliKl.!..
"Thought and its Chariots " is tlio
subject of tlio lecture to be delivered by 1).
V. Taylor, t the Atlitfneuni, cn Wednes
Thomas, tho jh itograjiher, has re
moved his art gallery to the comer of
Eighth street and Commercial avenue,
over Smith A; Hrinkmeypr'.s ttorc.
Tlio director of the Cairo nnd St.
Louis railroad will meet at C.irboudalu
to-morrow tiumiii-. at nino o'clock.
Ilulnrs of importimco will come before
One week from to day is St. Vnlun
tino'n dny. (lur book and news
dealera uru on liuiid with full hiipjilies
of valentines from subllmo to tho
1: is wonderful how ohewers do tako
to Meyr's tobacco. Somo one took a wholu
cad on ilonday night, even without
.Meyr's consent, and all efforts at recovery
Iikvo been unavailing.
1 no second and !ut term of the ubil.
drcti'. ilnncillL' rchool. unil OP till filitti.rlti-
tendency oflVof. Cliarles Hardy, will com-
ncilO) oil Slitlin nv l-ll,pi.nrv !!,! ..1 l
J J "-I "" -
I atn-iiUon of tlio reader is called to
, cur(J f Dr. K. S. Itrlgham, to bo found
"i another column of to-duyi, Uvllztis.
. U tho only phy.lcinn of the Ho.
n'pathi,t school In this coi.m,,,,,. v ,.,.
his Htcctsi during Ids residence in Owelty
I'Oki volumes for liim.
Oreut inducements to nuy ono wlati.
i - vjj a urtt-ems piano or organ.
& W. lluder Ollul their nnllrn ttfu.l.- in
the, ,ttno ail(l orKnn ,l)0 f(t tho autun,
on oi the liutruuient!. Thoy nre desir
ous of closing out the stock o that thov
wy use the room for Jewelry manufactur'-
'-Unry C!U0 instituted the pro-
JP wer Martin wuanedSlO and cost,
In iu i ? l H"Ut "No" John Sheehan
",'0d;ch,irS"fl1isduty. Hiving no
" .v, lr.MllMiri wass nttotho cala-
, lu '"bor on tho
. ri .t . . .
streets for sixteen
vamoaua.o is ngltatlng tl question
of organizing a fire company. Carbon
dale needs a fire company, nnd whon they
"a;operlette,l(HC, lin organization, tho
"lotTtiiHhj will i,dl them their lnrno
"rS,r,. "t figure .r. reaannnbbla thi.t It
THE CAIRO DAILY
will be taken without bandying words
nbout Iho JT'10
Vcii can buy your tickets for Mr.
Taylor icciur. n. u,e oook store- ... ,
. - 1 ..... I kjiinxiA.l i I I nAFll !
rCM Flulml o?iUiu iLiuiuu einm
AVcdnc.llM. ut thc ofilcc Bt th0 nthc.
Tho local of the. Vim nys that If tho
weather yesterday didn't freeza up all
tho local' item, "then ho didn't know
where lo find llicm. Wonder whether the
old thug mug of tho Hun expects lo llnd
local Items by looking out of n back win
dow of a back building overlooking n cow
pen In n back alley.
The meanest cow of creation is owned
by n resident of tho third ward. There Is
not a farm wngon In tlio county that ilie
has not stolon something out of; there Is
not a gate In tlio city that she has not and
cannot open, and the stones thai Imvobeen
thrown at her would mako five miles of
Horace Greeley (ays of Mr. U. F.
Taylors "1 had rather listen to Mr. I). F.
Taylor's beautiful uo of languago than
any other lecturer In tho field." Mr.
Taylor will lecture nt thc Athenttm on
to-morrow evening. Secure tickets early.
Why don't tho young ladles of Cairo
set tho example in innguruting "leap year
partlei," whurcat the relative poiltlons of
the sexes aro reversed tho ladies wJiis
pcring soft things in the cars of marriage
able masculinity, which vainly essays
responsive blushes when murmuring "Ask
It should not bo forgotten that Mr.
II. 1 Tavlor will lecturo in tho Athencum
ihlsovcning. Mr. Taylor is, without doubt,
oncof tho mot popular lecturers nf the day.
Wherever ho lias delivered his lecture, en
titled '-Thought, nnd its Chariots," he
bus won tho highest encomiums of both
press nnd public.
Mr. Oustav Klingsohr, n musician of
noted ability, who has for tho past few
years, been engaged ns a professor in Dal
timore, Md., proposes to mako his futuro
homo in our city anil now ofTers his ser
vices to the public. Those who have not
already engaged competent teachers would
do well to' address Mr. Kllngohr, ox
II 03, Cairo, 111.
Two negroes entered the shoo shop of
.Mr. Koch, on Commercial avenue, yester
day evening, nnd requested to bo shown
tome boots. After examining several pairs,
they concludod they would not buy, and
left tho shop. It was discovered after
they had gone, that they had stolen n
pair of tho bct boots in tho shop. All
efforts to recover tho stolen property
hnvo been fruitless.
"If over 1 ceaso to love " was sang un
der tho window ol n house on a up town
cross street, wherein rosides a beautiful
nnd accomplished young lady night beforo
last, by n young man who had evidently
thrown himself on the outside of a very
large quantity of very bad whisky. Tlio
young lady's " pipu " requested tho young
gentleman to leave, or he w.mld " aet him
up In the boot bnine." He left
To-morrow night the grand masquer-
nde, fancy drcs, etc., ball will come off
at thc St. Charle hotel. Tlio various com
mittees appointed by tlio club to mako
tho ncccssnry arrangements for the oc
casion, hnvo been untiring in their la
bors to mako it n aurces. Wo are told
that everything is in readiness, and thnt
thrro is no room for doubt, but that this
party will surpass anything of niko char
acter that has taken place in Cairo the
Wo hnvo no hesitation in recommend,
ing AVilllam KhW, boot and shoo maker
bs worthy of most liberal patronng-. W
know whereof wo sped: when we say Mi
work is done in a rnuitcrly manner at tho
lowest price. Ho use n-jthing but thi
bct of stock, and he cannot be excellfl in
tho delicate task of making an exiiel 11'.
Givu him n call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington nvoniie nnd
Poplar street, nearly opposite tho court
house, and wo will guarantee satisfaction.
Although Monday night was without
question tlio I ins t disagreeable ono nf tho
so.ison, thoro wns u large crowd at tho
Casino maquerade bali at Sehecl' ball.
Tho party was composed of members of
tlio better portion of our German popula
tion, who entered into tlio fun and frollo
of tl a occasion in n spirit that showed
how highly they onjoyed the spfrt. Danc
ing was kept up until day light, when tlio
party broke up and all went to their
homos well pleased with the eiitcrlnin
meut. Carlelon, tho coniedi.in, is an unfor
tuiintu man. The Chicago lire, tho Illinois
Central railroad, and tlio authorities of tlio
town of Ilickm.in, Kentucky, havo given
him u world of trouble. From tho Hick
man ilnim published in the Louisvillo
Gmrier-Journal, wo clip tho following :
Mr. and Mrs. Curlotun, trnvellini: come
dians, exhibited ut Hickman last Monday
without llrsi obtaining u lleunto. Cirlou.ii
M.ept ill the jail that night, wliero lie gnro
si fren performance totlio inmates, and was
bailed out in the morning. Nothing is said
of where Mrs. Citileton was during Car
jLHurd luck, Carlcton !
It is truo that IJlankenburg's Exeel
tlorniloon is now on.) of -tho institutions
of tho city. All drinkers who liko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
etc. go to tho Kxcolslor saloon, which is
fitted up In splendid stylo. Ulunkenburg
wiio knows how to koop suloon, spreads
a llnu ftc.u lunei) every morning and ove
rling, iimi, UH i,u forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens lb., iuilc)l wlt!l music,'' Ho
has employed thu services of it flrst-rato
pianist, who makes tU Krand piano
which stands in onu end of tho saloon
speak out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. '1 he best order in malntainm!
and all Improper characters suiinremici
with nentnefcs.choapiiessatiddi.pateh. V.y.
crybody known that the .Excelsior saloon I
is at tho corner of ashlngton icenuo and
Policeman Sheehan and Marshal Cain
succeeded yesterday in caging Curtor, the
negro who cut Atirrington so fearfully at
Freeman's saloon on Sundny last. All tho
officers of tho city havo been on tho look
out for Carter sinco tlio afl'rny on Sunday,
Carter was found nt th residence of Hur-
riot llandv, corner of Fifth and Walnut
streets, and when tnken was found to Lo
nrmtil to the teeth. Ho evidently in
tended not lo bo taken without ft struggle,
fflcoM ,, (J ud
denly that ho did not hnvo tltno lo u- ' h's
weapons. Ho will liavo a hearing beforo
Judge Uross this mor.iing. Shoohnn nnd
Cain alnrted out determined to nrresl Car
ter, and they did il.
Just nt llils tlmo there Is general com
plaint nt tho Irregularity of tho molls.
Our exchanges from overy direction, com
plain that tho malls from Cairo do not ar
rive promptly. The litest Is from tho
Slinwncetown Oa:ett(, which says :
Wo are nt n loss to explain thu myste
rious mnnngcmetit of o.ur malls. On Tues
dny Inst wo received four copies of tho
Cairo HulkUn, Wednesday evening we
received tho edition of tho morning.
Thursday evonlng wo received tho Sunday
morning" edition, and tho last ro havo re
ceived. Wo receive the New York Her
ald from all points of tho compass. Up
tho river from Cairo, and down tlio rlvor
from Eviinsvillo nnd occasionally by way
of Cincinnati, Vlncer.ncs, Flora, Omnhii,
Hartley nnd othor points. We do not re
member of ever receiving it copy by tho
Saline Mines mall or by tho Equality air
line. Tharo is a great mismanagement
somewhere. As wo nro without Inlluonco
with tho postmaster general, will somo of
our radical friends please set forth our
It will bo remembered by mnny of our
readers, lhat during tho early part of last
summer, n caso was tried beforo Esquire
Shnnncssy, wherein Mr. John Clancy wns
tho plaintiff and Mr. Hradlsh tho defend
ant. Tho suit enmo about In this way:
Clancy and Bradish made ft bet as to the
sex of it child, then unborn Clancy bet
ting that tho child would be nglrl, nnd
llradish visa versa. In duo tlmo tho child
camo to light, and, was a boy j and Clancy
of course lost, but ho refused to pay tho
bet. Bradish then becamo indebted to Mr.
Clancy to tho amount of ?5 for
groceries, nnd wanted Clancy to credit
him, with tho amount of tho bet, which
was also refused. Clancy thn brought
suit against llradish for tlio amount of his
grocery bill, nnd tho caie was tried beforo
his honor, Squire Shannessy. A Jury wns
called In tho case, nnd thoro was a lively
scene in the court. Mr. llradish plead his
own Cft!e, nnd tho jury rendered n verdict
for tho defendant. Hy agreement tho
case was then tnken to tho circuit court,
whero it wns Inst Frid iy finally decided,
and Judgment rendered for plaintiff, Clan
cy, tho bet, lost and won, on the soi of
the innocent infant, ns a sot off, to the
THOMAS' 1'IIOTOrjRAPUIC AKT OALLKRV
11EM0VKI) TO TUG CORNEIl or EIGHT
BTREKT AND COMMERCIAL AVKNL'K, IN
HIS Elt'.S IlL'lLTJINa.
I now havo good light to work by nnd
pleasant rooms for the accommodation of
visitors nnd customer. I ant now pre
pared to do as good photographic work ns
was ever dono in Cairo I will tako pho
tographs, plain, imitation porcelain nnd
gems', old pictures copied, enlarged, nnd
colored in India ink or water colors. Far
tlculnr attention given to taking child.
Don't forget the plaeo, corner Eighth
street nnd Commercial aveune.
fobi-lw J. J. Thomas.
THE riJIt TRADE-
II. LKVV A CO. PAY TUK 1II0IIKST MARKET
Helow will bo found the corrected list
of prices paid by II. Levy d: Co., for
hides, furs, feather., wool, tallow, be;
wax, and all kinds of country produce
Lovy fc Co. do a verv larg trade in their
line, and it is a well known fact that tbey
always pay tho highest prices to ob
tained in thi market. 1 hey rr utw
i O'J u 1 W
2 O0ij w
W u 70
Heaver, per pound
IIIDKK, I'KR I'DDII
Deer Ski in
Heef Hides, Drv Salt
" ' Green Huh......
Tallow, par- pound Ou"
Feathers, " " .'Ja'jJ
Wool, " " Ma 70
Hoeswax " " L'.'jftib
Tho above price list is subject to correc
tion, I'rooressof tiik. Re volution. A new
light dawned upon tho world with tho in
troduction of Plantation Hitter twelve
years ago. Drastic purgation wont out
reHoration nnd renovution cume in. Tho
the eyes of tlio pcoplo wcro opened to tlm
great fact tint tho way to ciirodi.H'nso il to
strengthen nnd tupport its victims, not to
place them nt its mercy but depriving
them of tho llttlo atrongth thoy have. It
eoon becamo evident that u means of in
filling vitality into tho feeblo system, reg
ulating tho secretions, curing indigestion
nnd reforming n bilious habit of body, no
medicinal preparation then known was at
till comparable to tho restorative. Since
then hundreds of attempts hnvo been
mado to rival tho bitters. They hnvo all
failed, and tho Grand Revolution in Med
ical Trentmont, which was commenced in
1800, is still In progress. Nothing can
stop it, for it Is founded on tho prlnclplo,
now universally ncknowltdgcd, that phys
ical vigor is tho most formidable antagon
ist n f all human ailments, nnd experience
has shown that Plantation Dlttors is it
peerless Invigoront, ns well ns tho best
possible safe-guard ngalnt epidemic
Mr. W. H. Ryan has lately opened n
fr.imo iim picture establishment on 8th
street, near cor. Washington avenue.
His stock compriees framos of all styles
and size., ml many Verv handsome nlin
tograpbs, engravings, chromoi, albums
etc Ho Jm, nil sorts of mouldings and
makes the fmmn(; 0f pictures to order, n
specially. Mr. It. Invites nil to call and
examine his stock. jnn 28-lm-d.
Fresh Muscat grapeslroni California,
JuM leeeived ut Jorg..,,,,,,.,, ,f
FEBRUARY 7. 1&72.
A beautiful article just received nnd for
Mo at wholcMi) nnd retail by
l'KiNHATtrT V. Hr.i.zyKii. Sole AEi.
Wo hnvo just received, from tho man
ufttcturors, AVitcox rmi (Jlbbs sowing
machine. It Is beautifully fJnlshcd and
has tho hemmer, braider, etc., This mn
chine, worth sixty dollars, will bo sold nt a
bargain nnd may bo soon at Room 10,
Winter's block. if
Orncr. or rut Catso ami Hi. Loin, 11. It.Co.,)
Cairo, Ilu., Keh. 3d, mja.
A meeting of tlio Directors of this Com
pany will bo hold In tho town or Carbon
dalo on.Thursdny next, Fobrunry 8th, A.
I). 1872, nt 0 o'clock In the forenoon of said
S. Staats Taylor,
I will offer for snlo nt my sales room,
105 Commercial avenue, on Snturdny,
February HO, nt Oi o'clock n. m.,thofol
lowing nrticlos, to bo sold for charges : 2
first-class billiard table, complotoj ono
lot of gas fixture", nnd n lot of steamboat
sash nnd doors. Salo positive, nnd with
out reserve. 1). Hautma.v. Auctioneer.
All persons hr.vlng claims ngninst tho
Contractors on the
Cairo St Vincknnks Railroad
Aro requested to leave their claim with
11. Salford, cashier City National bank,
tobe forwarded lo us for adjustment.
Dodge, Loud a Co.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE.
Dwelling liouso built last summer nnd
two acrc ol ground, cost f3,G00 and store
house, cot $1,500 now renting for twenty
dollars per month, in a growing railroad
town in Southern Illinois. Will exchange
part or all of the above for dwelling house
of snmo value in Cairo. This is a good
opportunity for any one wanting to go In
to business. Address II. S., care of Bul
WINES AND LIQUOR.
l'at. Fitzgerald, of the Sample Rooms,
has received the nppointmentof agent for
tho sale of the Hammondsport, N. Y
Urbnnna Wino Company's wines In this
city. If the bottle with which wo were
yesterday presented Is sample of the
quality of these winos, then we arc pre
pared to say that thoy nro among tho best
wo havo ever tasted. Ho has just
received a largo consignment, which he is
prepared to sell at thu lowest figurors
He has also on hand a large and complete
stock of tho various brands of Irish
bcoicnnnd American wiiisxics, and wines
of overy variely junlSdtf,
HOARD AND LUDUI.VU.
Mr. T .It. hills, tho corner of Seventh
nnd Commercial is prepared to accom
modato all who apply with board, with
or without rooms, at prices lower tban any
other flrst-classbousc in tho citv. Mr. El
lis keeps an excellent table; his rooms are
front rooms high, light and airy, and well
furnished, and we have no Leiitation in
promising t&liifartlon to all who call on
him. Mr. KUii vil alto supply parties
who 4tlr vnu ttuiatunhvl r'xjins at
Mt'jrtbUk itixt. Ia tit interested take
wte. KxtuMMwroti lb corner of
fcvmiii i4 viu..rtl. 2 U
'J'iiv tilb i iA irty t be glvtn un
4erlL. t-wrjiivvt oi the CifoTjrpichortn
Cluti, will b beW t the Hi. Charles holil
iliurhduy vveuitig, Feb. Mb, Wit. Thj
purty i to be t tuukquijritde, lauey dre
una arcn combine. All nwenary ut
ritugeuiente to gut.rant:e a pleasant an
tocial party ure being made by the re
tpwtlve uommlttees. Arrangements havo
been made with mino host Rexford, to
prejiaro a supper for tho occasion. The
admission fee has been fixed at t'J for
thoise who aro not members of tlio club
All those who havo received cards of
Invitation to tho scries of parties will be
expected without further notice.
II. Frank It lake,
Com. of Arrangements
IIiailK.T CAM! PRICK PAID FOR HIDES
Messrs. Burnett St Co.,Thorntoti's block,
Tenth street, nro prepared to pay tho high
est cash prico for articles in their line, as
Prime Mink $1.75 to 'J.25
" Raccoon 00c to OOt
" Musk Rat lo to 10
' Wild Cat 10 to 50
" Opossum 10 to 12
" Ottor 5.00 to COO
" Heaver Skins 0,00 to 7.00
Green Salt l)J to 10c
Greon Salt, kip and calf. is to Uc
Deer Skins to 30c
For other nrtlcles, such as rags, feath
ers, bees wax, wool and tallow, wo will pay
tho highest market prices.
Huhnktt & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth htrcet., Cairo, 111,
Notice. Tho best entertainment in
tho city is ut tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
and restaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin and piano. Good lunch
overy morning nnd night. All of tho
finest brands of cigars, und tho best St.
Louis lager beor, always fresh nnd nico.
Give us n call,
lfARitr AValkf.r, Proprietor.
For Sale. A cottago on liith stroot
containing 7 rooms, clstorn and out
houses eompletu. Apply to
W. W. THoRNioy.
condition of the river.
Here tho river Is falling ng tin as the
juago shows. Verv llttlo Ice w liasslnif
down tho river ycstordny. News from tho
Korgo was very meager and but llttlo
changes havo occurred if anv. Ono thing
oortaln, nlnht bnforn u.i a... ...
fnvorabla fur ,h, gorgej" f()r lh(J M,n ffOJ,0
i .i i. ftntl ol,y cemented tho
ico lighter toKothnr .i ,um b.. i.
lint . , "in nufu ib iiiiiiu
diflieult to break up. lIlftVV raIlls have
occurred n mo vicinity of Nashville, and
Ir. a few days tho Cumborlnnd rlvor will
oo coining out w.tli u blB rise, which will
help to break tho gorgj should it r,.ml
until then. At Cincinnati tlm t. i.
reported to bo rising und remains closed
with ice. Helow thore Is no chatigo to
report, cvcrylblni: rcmnlns in r. frozen
condition and the prospects for It remain-
ing a aro good.
Iho winter has teen a hntd ono on
stenmboatmen, and but lew of them hav
rnnuo cnougn to nve on. Numbers of
them have hud lo seek other employment
In order to keep from starvinc. It is true
that Ico Is n good servant but a bad mater.
The condition of tho Mississippi remains
mucii tho same. There has not been nn
arrival irom bt. Louis sinco the 25th of
January, tho lust boat from there was tho
Sioux City nnd she just did get out nnd
that was nil.
n US IN KM AND WEATHER.
There wore five boats at tho wharf ves-
toruay but thcro was very little business
traniacted. The rain has made tlm levee
one solid mns of Ico and It was next to an
impossibility to go down or up It withou
Tho sun shotio bright during the dnv
and wher It could obtain n fair chniico
It melted tho icon little but not sufficient
ly to do much good. E irly in thu morn
ing overy thing preventod an ijy
appearance. Ono noticablo thing which
me extreme cold wcathor has done, is to
Jr-.vo the birds from the woods into tho
city to find ihcller. Night before lnt
great mnny of them were found on the
levee unablo to fly und could bo picked uj
without throwing salt on their tails,
Tho Idlewild laid hero all day wnitlnL'
orders from hvanvl.le. It was the inton
lion of Capt. Fowlorto havo left here earl v
yesterday mornin, but tho sudden change
in tho weather caused him to defer Ills do
parturo until ho hear from hendqunr
hen tho Arkansas Hello came to tho
wharfboat it was then tho intention to
start her for Evansville, but by some hook
or croak her routo was changed; but not
until our report had gone to press.
A couple of thieves attempted to steal a
box of tobacco nnd ono of chccio from
Phillips wharfboat night beforo last but
were lolled in tho act hvjtm. Law, tho
Thero are several boats loading for lho
the south and tome of thcrn uro ready to
Icavo and will do o on the opening
of tho river.
Mr. James PhillU rocciitlr clerk of tbo
A. Bilker met with a painful nccident a
rw iIkm .ti.un wl.tlo trying to lift n Ui.lo
of hay. He is confined to his room at
It is thought that tho James Howard
will tuko the Ducal parly to New Orleans.
For the froight on a hundrod bead of
mules the Ore it Republic has lost a good
STEAM 130 AT B UTOIIE It,
City Xnllounl Ilnnk riiillilliik'.
.Special attention paid lo orders Irom steam
oats nlnht or dir.-
.Mr. Chas. .Mchner has just received
from tho pulishcrs in New York, n book
cf costumes containing all tho latest styles
of atagecquiiiments. Ho invites hi friends
lo call and examine tho book, nnd if thorn
are any persons dctlring nrticles in tills
line, Mrs. Mchner is prepared to furnish
thern on short notice nnd reasonable
terms. .Mr. Mchner aho has a number of
mafcks which he will fell or hiro out to
those who may want them. Mr. .Mchner
has removed his establishment to the two
story frame building opposito John
Schcel's hull, whero he is prepared to fur-mask-
on thc shortest notice.
Huffai.o, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1870,
Dr. R. V. Pierce,: For tho past six
mouths I havo used your Golden Medical
Discovery In my practice, nnd In lhat time
I havo tested its merits in severo coughi,
both acute nnd chronic, in chronic dis
eases of tho throat, severo cases of bronchi
tis, general derangement of tho system,
constipated condition nf tho bowels, nnd
wherever a thorough nltorntivo or blood
purifier has boon indicated. In all cases
I havo found it to net ccntly yet
thoroughly and effectually In romoving
tho varied diseased conditions, and bring
ing about n healthy action throughout tbo
system. Yours frntornnlly,
H.I. Hall, M- I).
Feather Dusters, nnd Looking Glasses.
I havo on hand a fine stock of Feather
Dusters nnd Looking Glasses which I am
selling very cheap, nt Tbonton's Hlock,
Tenth street. H. S. 11 arrell.
Whero aro you going? To tho phico
number 03, Ohio lovce, whero they keep
tho best fresh oysters, fish and game, an J
tho flnost wines, liquors nnd cigars to b6
found in tho city. Open nt nil hours, da.y
or night. E. 1'ark
Now thnt tho Cairo nnd Vlnccnnos
railroad is ft fixed fact tho contract
having been lei, nnd work to bo commen
ced nt once, Jorgenscn Is prcpnrcd to soil
nil kinds of groceries cheaper than nny
othor houic In tho city. tf
Marriaoe Guide. Interesting work
numorous engravings, 321 roS0"' 1,r,cc
00 cents. Addrois Dr. Butts' Aiipeory
No, 12 North Eighth 8treot, t.
Mo. Sto AdvertUenunt,
Rus'tAN sardollcs nt Jorgcnson'' j try
I tlr.m. t!
The best French nncliovlo
n tho illy
nt Jorgcnson i.
Go to Dr. MiOauloy for Rattingcr's Fe
ver Drop.'. Warranted to euro tho chillf.
Ioiioenno.v bus tho litiest
f. patilsh ollvov In thu city.
Found. That tho choicest butter ii
nt Jorgenscn's Stnplo and Fancy Grocery
Paul 0. Schuh tells Rattlnger'a
Yarmouth succotash and corn at Jor-
Snndwltched meals of all kinds nl-
wnys on bund nt S. Jorgcnson's. tf.
Prunki.lek, In ono pound boxes, at
JoROEN.ON has tbo best
preserves for sale cheap.
L. Jorgenscn has on hand a fresh sup
ply of Damsons, Ir. yrup. tf
Wrkiiit's iiu pius ultra minced men
prepared expressly for family use, nt Jor
genscn's. Peck, Frean, St Co'n London blseui t
always on hnnd, corner Twentieth nnd
Washington uvenue. If
New French prunes,
raisins always on hand'
Imported .Malaga grapes nt Jorgen
son a, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington uvenue. if
For new citron, orange and Itmor
peel, go to Jorgciison'a comer of Twen
tieth alrect and Wnshlngton nvenuc. tf
Crystal vinegar from London nt Jor
genson'a, cornr of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. tf
To .Mother and Niiwrs.- Mrs,
Whltcomb's Syrup for diarrhea, Ate., in
children, whether induced by teething or
other causes, is tbo safest and best remedy.
Sleeping Rooms yon Rent. Ton
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Hank building. Apply to
At City National Hank.
Testimony. Thousands of mothers are
distantly speaking in exalted terms of
commendation of tho magical effects of
Mrs. Whitcomb's Syrup for toothing
infants teething. JanllldAwlw
GOLD! GOLD 1 ! GOLD"!
Will force the beard or moustache to srow
thick and heay, on the aiiincilhett faet, fir hair
en iho Uildeat he!, lu '.'1 ili), or money relund
d d. This preparation lint ten b-fufe the pub
lic fur oer ilmtei'ii yeiire and thoii.and. of
voluntary lealiiiionliUcant.fi tion of II- merit-
Meut Ii) mad, iio.i.piid, with directions in
full for tta uie, lor SO cenn a pacUexe , three for
No. il't I'ine atreet, :t. Louis, Vo.
KOEIILER & BROTHER
Hat r'erf n . 1
I'OI'I'I.Alt J1KAT .MAItKET,
Ilclnrrn Mnlli nml Ten III Mreelai,
ar.,1 will keep ronatantly on hanJ the beat mean
latiKhtered in the Cairo market. They defy com
petition. liie them a trial, ept21tl.
(.'OA I. A.MJ WOOD.
WOOD! WOOD I! WOODI1
The imdersnrned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
AaCiicnp.ll not CUeaiier
n the ab
wood deiler lo Cairo. Leava ordera
mtf at thn Pnttonien aa1 at 110.9 noal
tard, on Comniercial avenue, between TenlUind
twelllli atreeta. Cairo, HlinoU. . I Kiro nood
meaiiire ami will cord the wooil up If (ieaired.
auKlli-tl DKNN1U HALEY.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to aupply cuitomer with Uiu beat
PITTSBURG AND .ILLINOIS
-VUDKItS lelt at llnlllday llroa. office, 70 OHIO
U LKVEK.or lit the Coal V.rd below IheHt.
Ciinrlea Hotel, will reoelve proiiipt atlenlion.
1'IIETUO " MONTAt'K willli'ini: coal nlorifr
ii le Meamera nt nnr iio"r oc25tf
O. 1). WILLIAMSON.
No. 70 Ohio I.osi c,
C A I It O, ILLINOIS.
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