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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1. law.
jOiT rrr r'vcr news, see third page
Mr. PiUMiL Helm has resigned his
Of'ltlon of popes constable
rU.o tame market Is well supplied and
h demand is active. "1, v
. t -a .
Fie dnto on our first p4w,houid rad
locember M and tm! September, no the
r''.tr ha U.
Utifher", grocer. property-holders
nd citizens Kcnernllv. art nuliaUm? the
aarket hoiwe. That institution how
vrr, remains Urm on lis has.
The Cornet Hand, ultached to tho Mo-
..-. . .
-oiioiiian company, uiscourseu most ex
ellont music, last night, at tho door of
Weather clear, coot aud bracing, to-
lay, and In delltfht.ul contrast with tho
nud and rain with which wo have, for
v week paat. been afllletcd.
A di'Jhter, the youngest child of Mr
'a. H Hvcyne, of the house of I'araonn,
)uvl9 A Co , died In this city ye?t9.-day,
mU wa 1 u-ied to-dny.
!IcHa!e'e occupation, like Othello's,
inn fed, and he bewails that pervading
date of rfodlinen which calls not for
The Hlberulaiif, having now their
inglnes and apjaratus In tip-top ordei,
ite juoilant nd eaer for tho fray
vhletl nhfill dfnlilo Mii 5rnftr4hir nf Ii
What has become of the projected line
of steamers between this city and New
OrleanB. Every day that poHeH by de
uionttratr. more clearly tho fpanibility
iui'u mi cr!irpnic.
The dirtiest libellers of Grub tret
were eliolpf And chatf in thrtr rinrM.
ilons when compared with the filth
iltniiiK now carried on between the loyal
brother of tho radical nrpi-i In ttilx
It liiv lu.nn ..!.. t. nr......,t tnn, M. I
the nltor oi the Roman Catholic church 1 1 , v'k,,aDCe of n,s wnicliera aud
of this city that Catnollc parenusendln esCttPcd' A search for him wassubie
'helr ehMdren to the public school, will 1 u,',u' matJc' but without hiiccess. A
be excluded irom the benefib" of tbo fia-f tvVf af,erwnrd however oflicer Cum
erament. , mings found him on the railroad track
We are Informed by epecial telegram
thai thro are nine and a half feel water !
In the channel at Pitmburg, and the river !
is r.smg This will Insure ih early re-
celpt here of au abundance of coal a j
consumation, by the way, tbut U de-
Tontly wlidicd for.
The season of falra U upon us. Could
not our ldl add mime attractive feat
ure to them? A riiif,', or a clouk, to the
handsomest lody; a caue to the must po
pular candidate, for the municipal can
vesj will boon us shotly; robe or slip
pers for the ug)iet man, and wo on. He-
sides giving life and zest to thee enter ,
Ir to their receipts.
Now that fuir weather ha's finally set
In we anticipate for the excellent com-
pany porformlngal the Atheneum crowd-'
ed housis nightly. In the eelectiou
if iilayi they have dUpIaved fine dram-:
ntic taste, nud their performances have
been in all respects fully up to tho stand,
ard expected from them. To-night Hul
wer's famous "Lady of Lyons ' will be
presented with a full enfit, concluding
with the admirable farce of Mr. and Mrs
There aro eight or ton "short carders"
In the city just that number to many.
They call themselves "gamblers" but arc
asproficlcutindeallugasmall game with
a veritable club on a dark night asthey
are in "putting up" paper clubs in their
elegant dens on any night iu ail seasons
of tho year. These chaps n quire watch
ing; for being of a migatory nature
they are liable to wslk otT any moment
-with the properly of houest peo
ple John Welsh, who halls from O'Fallon i
Lhnlug, on Ohio Levee, last night and
U'de oil with a bolt of clothing, valued
atiout thirty dollars. Ho was arrested,
audupmi examination byJEsquIro Bro
thlsuornlng, was bound over in the sum
of to await trial at the tie;:t term of
the Circuit court. Not having that
amount In hi clothes, he became tho
gueslof Mr. Dick Fitzgerald. Tho proof
agalns him Is of a very positive
nature, and, unless a wreck
of master or a crush of
worlds, or smo other unforseen accident
happens, hlthances for Joliet arc by no
.Sonto 'hue slnco we called atten
tion to a lotter published in Paducah
purporting to bo from two men, who had
found tho body of a murdered neighbor
aud buried It without complying with tho
formalities of law usual In such cases,
Wealso intimated that as the murdered
man was missing, and no knowledge
could bo gathered of tho circumstances
which resulted In his death and burial, I
save that liirnlshiid by the writers of the
letter alluded lo, It woulil, bo well to look
alter and examine them thoroughly.
The- fact now seems to bo that tho letter
was a blind, and the man said to have
been murdered and burled Is supposed to
have written it. Ho Is missing, and so
also ia a mule, the property of a Juelgh-hor.
he Paducah 'Ktv.i.rkUt i' hr.s nit'
be somewhat romrk-iMe discovery .'mt
me oniy o'-siiif.h' im tne wny f t.i.
rauuean nit mutrKfoiH .r tin.' vauey
(weaning the jy tho country iaaintdi
titt'ly contiguous to that buig), ! tha
want of capital. Poil'e
The now Infirmary building 1 reui v
Intcitc finlshlm? tonche. While not au
uxpvnslvo n -r structures of i similar
Kind Id tho IaruercltlM t.lonx oi.r rivers.
Js Wjjj )0 uhen finlahsd In
1 point of comfort and general ndatnabll-
j t. i .. ., , , -
! V PT"oh. uio oquiu or nnjr of
A malicious old KOKkur who oarrya his
; mIl'u on thi end of his noe, speaking of
tho aix hundred temperance voles ulvtn
la Ohio, out of nearly a naif million cant,
sujfifestii "that a result ho encouraging
nhould wtlmulate tho brethren of Cairo to
uoblt- political deeds and that iu tho
coming niuululiiul oauvase the brother's
should lest thtlr nlrenth by putting out
two Juil ticket"." Js'areaitic Intent,
That was a toucnlu remaik, full of
I feeling, wherein a member of ouo branch
; of the elty Council, expressed a slucetr
I desire that all the -nt-mberu of the other
) nraueh might be r a ' iy borne to a Jail
tude, where perp-.f I warmth reudero
all articles oJ apparci dungrteablOHUU
1 superfluous The occasion of the ex
i uen-Jion of no much tenderness for th
enure ot ills orotlier lefialators, we
did not hear, thougu hi the language ui
Tooth, It's of "no cuugenuenco".
Two copper eoloied Individuals, of that
race described by Pope, wUo.ie uututoreU
ni I n see God in tne clouds and near
htm iu the winds, Wtre hi the city, yes
terOuj. They were begging means to
enable tliem to reach the ''Great Father"
at Washington. Whwther they were
Comauches, c'ap-Umds, Plat-Heads or
Mau-IiHters, we were unable to learn. I.
Upright that a ma a uhouid provide
well for hie own Jtltli and kin, then those
wanderers should bo the objects of cs
pedal attention at the White House, or
General Grant has been terribly vlllifiod.
A few weeks siof-e a Xr. Lloyd, In a
Ideramred condition of mind was admit
j ted to the Infirmary In this city. As time
K'l'w ttu.-e, nno ono nignt
w ' " RfCW WO.-ftO, BHU OHO
anove lliucity, iu a dilapidated condition,
his face bruised and his Hmh swollnn.
Ho was conveyed back to the hosnltal
where he now Is. Hit wife, who lives
in Cincinnati, seeing a paragraph
copied from the 'Bulletin, ' relative to his
escape from the Infirmary, Is desirous of
obtaining Information about hlra.
. . .
(ilovr r ml ,n (
A full supply at Kltilly's, aud going ofl
at actual cont. tf
That item of yesterday about the
"Hides and Horns," willed eerved well
Ite purpose, needs slhrlit correction.
i Mr. Jacob Gates, a butcher of Metrono!!.-.
brought them here. They were not stolen j
rrom him. On the contrary ho sold '
ihun to one of our butchers for forty dol-
luri"n vory low figure: considering that '
lUvy wcrw vorlh cvcr cent of seventy-1
fivdollars. After eflectlug the sale and ;
receiving purchase mouey he leit
ror -Metropolis. 2m Jong alter his do- ,
puriure u wouiau, irom l'auucau, ciann
lug to be the real owner of the cattle ap
peared, and discovered ihcm Iu tho milli
ner described in tho Bulletin of ycotor
day. she says that she missed the cut
lie on Wcdiitbduy evening last, aud dis
covered them hereon Friday. It appears
a little siugular,if JukcGatcs beau honest
man, that being a butcher himself he
should bring a yoke of cattle from Me
tropolis to Cairo, and sell them here for
forty-dollars wheu they were worth at
Itast seventy-five to himself or any
other butcher iu Metropolis. A warrant
iiai. heeu ishtied for his arrest.
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P. HIelly lias a largo stock of lints,
which will he soli' i.f Now York whole
sale price. - tf .
Tho enso of the laceration of tho limbs
of Mr McCarty'.s ohild. by n vicious dog,
the other day, presents some singular
feature. Tho prevalence of hydropho-
bla. and Its terrible results, have created
a well-founded dread of not only rabid t
dot;s In particular, but all dogs in gener
al. There is not a paront in all this city
save the owner of tho dog, who, know
iug tho circumstances, does not heartily
sympathlzo with Mr. Me. In his present
trouble. Although his child la iu a fair
way of recovery fo. the present, it does
not mitigate his anxiety for its ultimate
late. Tho heartless owner of the dog, If
he would but act in a fair spirit, nnd
do by Mr. Me as he himself would bo
done by uuderslmlluroircumstances, and
kill the dangerous brute, would put an
end to tho troubles for which, by his sub
sequent conduct as owner or keeper of
the dog, ho Is responsible. Hut lie per
sists in not doing so. He keep tho dog
on his premises und threatens to kill the
man who kills tho dog. Mr, Mc. Is told
that the law would justify tho owner iu
an action bo extreme ' Hie remedy, It is
mi Id. can bu had lu a civil suit, as if dol-
nr9 ,u,d cents would satisfy a man where
the life of his child is constantly threat
ened. Laws, so defective lu tills regard,
should bo promptly remedied. Common
safety domauds it.
The latest and most comfortable artl
clo in uso is tho patent Alaska Jldols
They aro selling ft at P. NefPs, No. 79
. t. ccllru' ttieasurt, aud o.H Jkoly
tj uu vtigrafted upon the ors'ai ic law A
tlio Mate whenever tho . eoplo s ..II
havo an 'ypportunity "r vot ug jpon it,
is ths abolition of fees lor at! tftato of
ficers. In its working It wil'. bo aliko
iieuificetH to tbo taxpayer an the of-vkv-holder;
to the firmer becr.usa It will
put an ecd to the o-t Agoouj fleecing
to -.vliioli he Is subjected under tbo pros
out system ; to tho latter, became It will
Insure him what he ought to nave- (air
salary !idwill forever remove all temp
i mwuu vo uiiuuii?ni urwnvti
this era of eomiDtlon. too
tation to dlthonest practice, to which,
our public servants are susceptible.
The printer who would have the teach
ers' report for October contain two
caes of corporal punishment, when two
ciphers should have represeuted the
amount of child-walloping, is taken to
task in thecurrentnumberof the'Tablet'
for his bluuder Tho ladles to whom
the cases were attributed are positive n
their denials, and aver that they can be
found In the ranks of the great army c'
ctvillrers who view the intent ol the
scriptural quotation of "spare the rod,
and flpoll the child," as perhaps neces
saiy an 1 tolerable In the lively uayfc of the
gay and festtveft'olomou, but totally limp
pllcable,aud absolutely wrpng in this age
of progress. Kight, ladies. 'Tisonuoi
tho thorns which still mars our other
wise excellent system of education.
The eate with which parents other
wise shrewd and -wordly, allow them
selves to be impoied upoti by their prog
euy ofthestrongcrsex is Illustrated In the
instance of a father who, hearing that a
church In Cairo was demolished by a
storm and several of the attendance kill
ed, addressed n Jotter to a clergyman ol
this city, atixlous'y inquiring about the
fate of his son, who, ho knew, from his
cirly training, was a constant church,
goi-r, and, was, In all moral certainty,
within tho walls of tho chuich at the
timeof the accident. The innocence of
the parent bacomc astonishing, when
it can be asserted with truth, that all
the churches in the Christendom might
le involved In genera! ruin, and the
young man In question, so far as attoud
ance Is concerned, would go unscathed.
First lovo Is a good thing, because it
opens the eyes. In love, however, as in
all other matters, there are thoso who
never learn even from experience. In
this category we must place Belinda
Jones, a damsel of twilight complexion,
of twenty summers or thereabouts, and
of a spirit commendable In a first-clais I
warrior, but Ill-belltting one who whose '
mode of warfare should bo confined to'
bewitching hwilcs nnd loviug looks, j
Passing over the period of her first love,
which ended, to uec tier own language,
by her lover "throwing oil"" on her, we ,
come to hertecond heart trial tho sub- j
Jectof this notice, tioruu time ao the I
met and bestowed her affections on '
jjam Jktty, n youug m.tu of colr-Ilke !
herself, dimly colored. The courtship i
extended over a period of momhs, nnd '
the happiness allotted to mortals !u that
condition was their dolus the whole of
that lime. Home Solon has tald that
long courL-hlps neldorn tcrminato hup
pUy.and the truth of this was verified Iu
ilelluda's scond ca-e. .am tired. He
charmed. His heart did not
yearn as often nor as Jong
s was ite wont. Belinda was quick to
discover It and anxiously fought tho
cause Shu found that a rival Impression
hud been made on the too cusceptiblo :
heart of her Sam. She did not renlgn '
herself to her fate, however. Slu graw i
bellicose, aud emulating the example of '
Xttntippcof old, made- such a war, with
hand aud tongue, upon her sMUticcd, as !
compelled him, out of pure safety, to
seek protection from the law. The fair
Belinda now mourns her second loss
within the walls of McIIale's ensile, and
swears vongeiico dlro upon her falso
Use Knder's Chill Cure "It neer
Angostura BltterV, W. II. Kehutter.
Sole agent, Cairn, Illinois. oc 26 2m
Mr. Harry 'Ihumpfon is a deliuea
ton negro character, und holds forth
ov cry night at tho Varieties. He is one
of the "end" or funny men, aud it is but
Justice to him to say that ho Is very fair.
Llko all knights of tho "burnt cork" ho
takes a pride In his calling, and Is ox-
tremely Jealous of maintaining a reputa
tion which has taken much time and
hard work to build up.
Uuder most ordinary circumstances
to tell a man that ho Is "p'n ve I out" mut
bo very aggravating. Conceding that
such Is the case, tho reader can imagine
the Indignation which HWelled the
breast of Mr. Thompson when a
backswoodmnu arose and Inform
ed him that he was "playod out;"
that he was a huiiU)ii;r, and indulged iu
othor phrases not at all complimentary
to Mr. TVs professional chaructor. Mr.
T. comprehended the situation In a
moment, and notdolgning to bandy epl
thots with tho disturber of Ills peaco
lonped from tho stao nnd "went" for
him A llttlo preliminary skirmishing
soon brought tho batllo on. Iu dptails,
tho fight did not materially dlller from
othr fights of a similar charactor. Tho
baokwoodsman was ejooted very forci
bly, wo may a .d. "Go on with your
ahow" was echoed from sevornl parts of
tho hall, and lu a few moments good
humor was restored, and tho show went
out "as if tholr had been no fight there"
Buckwhtnt Flour, .luekniaus' best, for
sale by Ayers t Co nov291 wd
For fashionable and well made cloth
1 ntr, go f P. NpfT'e, No. 70, Ohio Levee tf
nvrrc d'j hi ."jdletH variety a. P
a " , xo. it, uji iioveo, vairot
Plt.her Hotiry'a larfeo stock of hard
wars, cutlery, tools, tove?, tinware, etc
will be ,iold without regard to co.it. h tf
Fi-t class- day uoaid at Walker & Bid-
i ou'k restaurant, at $6 per Week.
Fine two story Urlek rc iidoncc. Ai -ply
ty S Thomas Gw:en it alliin.
nov 27 tf 93 Ohio Levee.
2ow is the timo for bargains, at P.
XefPs, No 79 Ohio Levee. His stock Is
replete with all Ihc incst novelties of
tho season. tf
P. jNoiT's winter suits are open for In--xpectiou.
Call around and examine bin
ftock before you conclude to buy else
where. He always keeps on hand the
tin est stock at low prices. tf
Fchool orders, at par, county orders, at
85 cents, aud city scrip, at Co cents, for
furniture, queensware, glassware, and
nov 6 Ot P. S. Hakukix.
Walker A Sls.-ou's BllllHrd Hall and
Restaurant Is the center of -Utruutlou fur
strangers audotlier who would strength
en th Inner man wliu fn-sti o.vrterH,
slewed, raw, roasted or frleu; quail on
toast, vctiiHin, fish or any other luxuri
ous or substantial edible; or pass ait hour
with the "cue" In the largest and best
billiard hall In the ciiy. tf
' ruriilalilug CiotuN
The completeat sbich of pentlcmen's
furnishing goods iu tho city
i- ... i
IS W UH I
found at Miller und Miller's. It would
bo a remarkable want, Indeed, In this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the wry lowust fiyuroB ruling Iu the
P. "efT would re'pectfully call the at
tention of his customers and tho public
generally to tho fact that he has ilow on
baud the best selected stock of clothing
and Gent's furnishing poods In the city;
and by far the lahoesT stock, at such
low prices, that tho closest buyers will
feel it their dutv to ntirchaso if the.v wish
to save raonoy nnd dross at tho tamo t
Hit Ton Wnnl nn (ivrrcoet
Made up in the lateststylo? If you do
XelPs is the plae to find it. There you
will find plenty of htock tucbooau from.
"By the Continental," in the, carjy
dy of the Henubtlc was, by the witch
killing fanntle-, culled profanity,
In U'1 more eulightenod age it Is
deemed an evidence of sound morals as
well as of go d sense to give tho advlc
"Buy the Continental,1' as It In not only
tho cheapest but the best f-tovo in tho
For sale by Pitcher & Hoary, 102 Com
mercia1 avenue, cor. 12th street.
l'ur: IHr: fur:
! If you want to buy furs cheaper than
they were everofTered in Cairo, will call
at P. Kielly'N. He has a good assort
ment. which ho will sell very low. tf
Tho Continental is the only cook stnvo
with sliding oven door. Warranted in
all respects. Pitcher & Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, eor. 12lh street.
Nrw At.vl- of Ilatrt and raps Just ro
celved nt P. Nell", 70, Ohio Levee. Thin
Is the only storo In tho city that keeps a
full stock of gooiis iu that Hue. tf
Miller and Miller have 50,00' on licml
comprising (ho most acceptable styles.
A very desirable collar Mild at ten cents
per boy. tf.
Tlrst .-lni- (lay board can be
seeured "Walker and fiissou's for
$5 per weok. The hill of tare coosl-ts of
of the best in the market, served by ox
pert caterers In ai uiiexcoptlonabie style.
A tremendous slock of boys' and
youths' ciothlngjust received at P. Nell"
No. 70, Ohio Lbveo, at prices to suit ti..
Tho stock of bilk nuts t Millor it Mill
er's comprises the very latest styles, and
llliesi muko of tho ueiihon. Their houso
Is conoedbd to be "hoad quarters" lu tho
article of hats. It
Clli.irNt ni.il klrtl.
Mr. Whitemib'n Syrup lor children is
sold by druggists, for 25 cents a boitlo
and Is an admirable preparation for In-
fautllw disorders. j
Krorythiug that can, bo foundlin any j
dry souds house iu tho city, can bo te.
cured at P. Welly's al coat price or less,
as lie Is determined to close out tf.
U. W. Henderson, Commercial Avoiiuo (
three dooro below Twclllh slieut has iw j
n no a iiiiu oi uuuiiiiK
as cau be found Iu tho city, all at prices
' that ciuinoi lull to suit reasouabio ouslo
lino a lino of heating and cooking Htoves
mors. Ho also keeps all kinds of tinwuro
and is prepared in put ou roofing or put
J UJI gutieiiuk.', in tuo beel
I uoiice. m
Blj iv nil ninn fc
Nov 10. av.
Shell oysters, game, eie, can always
be secured at Wulkor& rJIssou'n restau-
ituotUtkM tiuut lurllnx
That eligibly biiuated biiainess house
No. SThomtoii'B blol; uT6utli :atreot, la
for reut. Apply on the premises.
Ty "tcout rc 'nn tlu s'o'ko bout?
at u 'itiotiiuu lilies' far y o im( at f5
RoieuwaterN, cortur o' EikMh aid
Commercial Avenue, hf j been r udered
one of the completed and mot nttwc
tlvo In tho city. An usually fl no assort
ment of ladles' and children's shoe, ho-
I iery, etc., with a 'nre aud we)' varied
stock of tfent'eruen's and boys' bootsand
S3 oo5, Is offoreil at prices that will defy
competition. Au inspection of the now
stock is respectfully solicited, th pro
prietor feeling ,.s.'iured that alike in
quantity, quality and prlco he can giv
customers the fullest satisfaction,
nov 27 d6t.
Mr.. A. Harbor, No. 142 Commercial
avenue, having relieved her shelves of
her old stock, now presents to the trade a
most complete and attractive stock of
millinery and fancy goods, ladies' and
children's underwear, a fine Hue of em
broideries, laces, handkerchiefs, collars,
trimmings, etc., of the very latest and
most fashionable styles; aud which she
can and will s?lt very low, for cash. Tho
! !adles of the city are Invited to call and
. inspect the new stock.
Cloaks made in the best and most fash
ionable style, of uny desired material.
A grand ball will be given by the
Cairo Ca-slno, on tho evening of Decem
ber 27, 1S69 Commltteo of Arrango
tuouis: F. M. oToCKFJjETir,
C. L. Thomas, Win. A3A,
M. StiiVEitnur.o, Guoiton Lattkek.
One hundred doz-n of fine Star shirts
all sizes, at P. NetV's, No. 790hloLovoe,
j at a great reduction In former prices.
Hitters I "The best
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
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OK KVEUVTIIING IU
rVZJUTS BOOK XI3W33
No. XOO Cour fxcut At(5V.
jy W. HAMLIN,
CUUX, 51 A V, HATH, nil IM, AM) NIIII'.
Ml I' IT,
Curnnr of Coiniiirrclnl Avenue nnd
IMU Kr:' fi full supply of Uni, n! : rrprt (4
fill "iiler. on -hott noiivA, nt tUe lownt miifkotrate
HEE LUNCH 1
32-cpX'y" ' M'oruluet
A (roe lunch will be (rrvrri up at the Egyptian 8.
loon iunl rrMmirMM, Mtfn oVIooUfTory murnlnj.
Tne ri--tMiriuit l'i I " lerti.itly tltinl up, uaJ pir
ion tn Im- ww timiO'l ' td it!i menli a; iJl ho urn
vir I'rK' rfn-.im.iW'.
i .inwr or SiX'h ftwt ni Commf rcll Art an? . iwii
Joor i'. I'ut Ulllc II. lirrNKit.
C'oiircrllinis, T031S, Fire-Work.
A 31 Pld'. PROVISION I'OK TUB VOTINGS
TENS. (In ti. lb2Cimrnrreial sTmu mil Luv rcur Lulklit
Rood. I'. S.iun has laiil in a Mock In Out line Hut
imt iii-ver Uit-n vnu iIpU lu L'slrn.
Coafri'tiuiin ul nil uiniin toy in unmnra rtririf
L-vcrvtliino iviilruna khiI Kratifr IIioik hi wouMvb-
.iiTTic:lin.lni.s anil ?Vw VcstM.
Ilemt m!iar the place, 101 Cunitntrclat ATf nut.
ALK AND SODA!
flolnz Al(-rnait Who!aal tlcatt r. onJ the ajjtnl ul
u rf It-brntcii Nonhirn hrewr, i prepjtoc! tq ;orulh
IK UXKIVALLED AUTICIiK OF BEKIL
r una Jlnirnbl. nml lu Ilotllm,
Sodu unci Hinorjl Viitfr,Ktf.,
Ami nil nt lh Tory lowt market prirt.
A nhnro or public patroae ts w pofifulty .illolt.
t il. Oniurs HCcompaijittJ l ihtf eajh fllla i-roinpUy
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