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r. n. iiARREM,, AwniTs fcrTrroR.
s A 1 U 1 t IM 7 I )KuFiiTj7t i"4, 1 sow.
littekwhiat Flour, Jackiuaus' beet.for
..o li.v Ay uw Je Co. uuvSM d
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r.L -crm will
bo taken 'it pur for ftf
eon uliaresof the atock of tho First Is
tluiiul Punk of Culru. The khans are in
uir i f 100 each
Enquire of Mrs. C.
Hamilton, comer of Twelfth end Poplar
I'ru?n!nii fumiicr Oust en
11 JVJ" & Co.
t k Khdcr'- (thill Cure. "It nvei
l.p-liin At t tuUn Sir JttttpliM.
file uiiuual )tati.'d conclave of Cairo,
cjminnndery No. 13 will In
Vld n tho A-yhim In the city of Calm,
on this Saturday evening, Deuuinber 4
IW) a "i o'clock. The ollleor oom
snundltig for theensHlug y,r will be
elect d at thfs meeting.
All sojourning lr fCnlghK arc court-
r.us!y Invited to attend,
i .I as s Hkaiidhn, Kuoorderjirn tan.
New style double-breasted sack cunt
Jtift received at J. Nell's, No. TO Ohio
I'ttrk I'nckci-n nuu l'ovlilun litnltr.
Yo( ', Linton & Doyle, Xo. 13.1 Ohio
I.ecev iavo onyayed In tho jork paek
Ilk .t 1 i rovlsliin bulneiw, and are pn
p.i d to pay the highest market price In
pmIi f ir dreSfcod and li4, liogf, or to lib
order lu their line at the low'&t figurei
ruling. 1'armers of the surrounding
country having pork'to Kdl should tull
upon them before making coniroou cle
whero. I 'Charleston Courier copy 4 w and
charge tuH olllce.
'rho ladles of the Methodht Episcopal
church propose tho holdlni; ofau oyster
supper- the tlmo and place of which wll'
he announced In due reason.
I'or good fitting, custom made cloth
ing and the best workmanship on same,
go to NeJH, Xo. 19 Ohio Levee.
tlir Ai:iruiiniOl!vrr riTli.t.
The "Hidden Jlund," ai put upon the
boards of the Atheneum tail night, by
the Metropolitan .Star tnaipe, called om
roun J afterround of applaud from one ol
the largest and moat repuctablu au
diences ever brought out by a like or
kindred occasion in Cairo. Kverylwdj
was plraneu, and with a feeling akin to
rap'iUre, Joined In the nohy outburats ol
appr 'oallou. Mins Mc Williams aiCaplto
lai)lack,iiarr asUlnck McDonald, Lng
don us Old Hurricane nuu IJurnott tut
V,'h), performed their re-peetlvp part,
moi f-llently well, hnugin;r oit all
therels in the Hidden H.md," U entw
Uln, to amuse ud Instruct, and kIvIhk
new awuruuees of what wan already sure
that the Metropolitan lrun it, by
mucIj odui, the beat that ever visited the
i ,ty. Kveo body wi well up lu his or
-r part, mid from commencement t
close tho performance ,ued nil' mot
happily and hurmouioUsly.
To.nlght wo shall have -'Oliver
TwUt," and who that bn re0
even a half dozen page-' of I)icacu, can
resiit the tempetatloii to be prem?
T iu ups and down, the orrow, trial
a til triumphs o the "worKUs boy ' will
b', falthiuhy delineated by tho vr-atile
Miis Helle Uoinick; MibS Mary M'WII
hams will appear in what Is pronounced
her speciality, the character of Nancy
Sjke; Browno will give us Bill tfyke;
liuruclt assumes the character of llrum
ble; Laugdon that of JJrownlow, MoJJow
ell coming In as tho ''Artful OoJger."
The varied talent of the company had
' :en most iodic. uUoly eujldoyed, aud we
I d '., as a result, an vtKeriainuieut of
il. rlgnest order.
s mro seat, "if you can. iu advance, tw
T housh will undmubiedly be filled,
full oven to rtpltilii'u.
' iuvi-.il Jiend Cf , the lateet tyle lit
th City, for balo at I Noll's No. 7v Onlo
fAvoe. at low nrlooa. Call bud tee thett).
No 'n able to show rjoods at this store, j
l!.nt Knliroail Trou.
A number "f our cotomporarJe arc
usfg c 'net that five thousand bars of
raL mi con intouded for tho Cairo and
V neeiiiii-n railroad, were recently sold
at Mound City, a proof of a purpose to
abandon the ron1. Thete gentletueu
will probably bo surprised to learn that
the Iron was not the proporly of tho rail
roud company, but belonged to DaUnoy, I
MorLii .ts Co.. of Now ork. who lm-1
ported Jt. Is true that it was intended
for uso on the Cairo and VInconuw road,
nnd for that uso was landed at Mound
City; but ai tho progress of tlte road
warranted' tho conclusion that It would
not bo used beforonuxt Spring, tho im
porters sold It to the SI. Joseph, and
Nebraska City railroad company, whoso I
road bed was ready for It, intending to :
rcplaco it whenever so requested. 'Uis
s thp whole t.tory. Had tho iron ro
malned at Mound City Mossrs D. M. & I
Co. could pot havo reallp.ed anything
from It until next Spring. By selling I
inoy seou eu nuiamiinio leiuru : c uie
anie or me iron ,.u m.,r u , r m oi a 83 Ja 0,ftreJ Rt prices that will iofy
purpose to abiudoii llio C. . road COIAPetltIou. An luaitaettoQ of tho new
Mian it Ih of n purposelo abftudmi tho H- , K is rc,ectfuly solicited, tho pro
llnols Centra), or any other road, it vn j prietcr feclliuj n8sure?a that alike lu
an entirely independent transaction, anti quantify, quality nnd price ho can givo
arects in no way tho prospects of that ol,stomerfl tl." fulles PitifactIon.
uni M-.aklnar. nov 27 dot,
.tvr-i-ttst g ')o'.r.
Tlif -ouMrv i. fill of ndv-rtiMtlg
swindlers. There 1 srnrooiy a city or:;
vllllugo in tho Northwest that haj ryt
been "done" by dodger In the adver
tising line, Only throe weeks ago one
J. W. Wearc swindled lbt Aittsiiieiui men
of Catfo futof about ono hundred dollars
coroewlrt thu-dy! l-'o propomd to got
hji s biiMinp.MH charf, m havj it placed
lu ihcrtom of nil our hotels. Tho tiling
! ' wok." uubmos mon who never adver
tised to tho amount or one Uollttr with a
Cairo mini, snapped at the
I Granger, and were "taken
tunooftru dollars, or words to that
olivet. Mr. Weare was a very plausible
mftti all advertising agents arc but
Mr. V. wai particularly jo. Well, his
churls were printed; he took a cample
to show his patrons. Upon that sample
' ho collected tho amount subscribed, and
j tvlth the mouty iu his pocket, left town
'between two days." The cards are
still lying In our olllce, nnd It remains
for us to post them to save Mr. "VV. pat
roils from a dead swindle.
Two young gentlemen pofslbly the
finest young men lu tho world arc now
in the city, canvassing for advertising
avor. We know nothing to their dls
idvantago Amy may Or, all right, but Iu
view of past experience, It would be well
for our altJerH to look with distrust ad
on all strangers engaged In tho
advertising business. They have
no p. ana for advertising which
,y citizen may not adopt.
I'aen why unnecessarily hzard a siuglo
dollar? Wo can furnish cards, placards,
circulars, envelopes etc., cheaper than
Jiny ndverilsingageutcan. In truth, tho
very profit that pay tlice agontfl eo well,
Is the dlfi'eredce between the price we
charge them and the prlce which they
harge their patron. Why sh dd not
ihoe patrons apply directly to us, nnd
keep the profit in their own poskcts?
But enough. V.'e h&vo sounded the
alarm. Our clllrcn may heed ,or not, as
Calf boots at $,75 at J. NefTs No. 7J
Two atrangeri called In at the Vicks
burg house yesterday! nnd calling for
drink, threw down a five dollat bill, in
payment. Mr. McCarthy, tho proprietor,
handed back four dollars eighty cents
change, but Immediately afterwards ro
markod that tho 5 bill was counterfeit,
and he would "tnnko them umoko for
ll." At this Juncture a third party, and j
iin nnntiahiLanra of the two Btraucors i
tepped In, and tendered payment In a
one dollar bill for tho drinks. Thereupon
McCarthy restored tho $' to the two
Uranscrp, and they In turn handed back
the 1-4 SO. Turning to tho third party
McCarthy handed him 00 cents In change
for the one dollar, Instead of SO cents,
vyhich were due. To thU the was ob
jection made, and after ttlo puilaga of a
few word MnfTarthv drew a rovolver up--hi
one of the xtrangors and threatened
.ii put a bullet through lilin. The stran
gers retired, McCarthy following and I
urnpo-ing to tako a pass at list lends.
Lii tills ono of tho htranuers turned I
upon him and remarked that dogs that
Hark fnri.uly scarcely over blto; that
he man who am aid draw a pistol on a
ijruukeii and t!iartmd fellow man wan
a coward and wnuld fight nobody. The
t'irae strangers then sought an officer to
o feet tho arrest of McC; but that In
dividual "knowing the ropoi," reached
the police tnltfUdnite s ofilco in advance
o t lem, and by tho tlmo of their arrival
had filed his affidavit and secured tho
Uio of a warrant thereon. Tho trial
was held immediately. McCarthy swore
that ne had bteu called hard names.otc,
and only by the i-xercise of great forbear
tiico on Ids part was a row provented.
The strangers on their part recited the
facts herclubeforo givn, showing McC.
to bo the aggressor. The result was tbo j
stranger wore ncquitteu, anu .Mcuariny
was flued ten dollars and costs, amount
ing In the aggregate to something over
sdxteeu dollars. "Amen," muttered tho
(Scuts' shawls in on dies variety and at
low prices at P. NofTf, No. 70 Levee
Those really beautiful furs at Hellbron
and WoHl', . Commercial Avenue, be-
twoen Eighth nnd Ninth, sre selling so
cheap that tho femnlo portion of every
family in the city may supply iiscu wjin
out any Inconverilenco wliatover. Just
.Lt.i 1. Hf II O A T.-n.irtli PrtnllAU ninnQlu1
Ii V' V V . I ZVZY V nt
collarcost onlr four dollars! And not
.... ..... ..... .r. i, r xi00,a I
omy uiik. uui -.v..v, ,v n
are furnished at tho remarkably low prlco 1
of tbreo dollars nnd a half. Ladles, young, ,
mlddlo nged and old, why remain I furless
whilosuch an opportunity tosupplyyour-
selfves l prasentod? There i no rfxeuso
Bowlo knives, pistols nijd rovolTors. A
full stock Just received at Poter NefPs
No. 70 Ohio Lo'vco. Pocket pis
tols ?:t,90 each, bowlo knives ? 1,00.
Corner or IIIkMIi ami Conuiif rclKl.
By recent receipts tho stock of boots
and shoos and ladlos' fancy goods, at S.
Itosetnvatflr'a, corner ot Eighth aud
OnnmercJal Avenue, has been reudercd
(iiio of the complctest and most attrac
tive In tho city. An usually fino assort
ment of ladles' and children's shoos, ho
siery, otc, witl) a large and well varied.
-u Oreollteracna tu,d boys' bootsand
I The death' i udge Hunter, of Mora
I nVita ivrwknimtii.C -d Pi'Voral (J.1V3 3U0. Of
wiiHthewm to Memphis, whero he re
sided sinco tho war, we do not chooiv to
poaK. He Is dead. Lot a memory of
faults be burled with him.
To tho hundred a with whom ho becama
acquainted In C.dro and Southern llli
nols, ho ma.:,fosted b't .self ns r ;oop"
lu-urttd, uncalculntlng -ort or a genlut
unstimulated by ambit.on, and taklti;
thlnjjH as they "'turned up'' with the
composure of a perfect philosopher. Ho
was a lawyer, rt mechunlc, a musician
and a school teacher, but like all "Jackr.
i of all trades," excelled In nothing. Atone
tlmo ho was entrusted with the manage
ment of more cases In tho Pulaski circuit
court, than all the balanco of the attor
neys practicing at that bar. To this fact
' perhaps, he might havo ascribed his
failure In tho practice of the law, as It
imposed upon him more dutlos than he
could properly attend to. In the winter
of 1 800 he located In Cairo, where ho
continued ' tho practlco of law, and
blowed a lib eoprauo horn in tho Calrb
brass band. Ho became n favorite with
the band boys, being of a fine social
turn, ever ready for a "lark," and llko
tho balance, a most devoted lover of
Wo never thought Hunter a bad
hearted man, and tho necessity had to
be dire indeed that would drive him to
the commission of a mean and belittling
act. What changes in hit character his
Memphis experience may havo worked,
wo do not know. He was denounced
there as a petty tyrant, yet when he rnn '
for ono of tho most lucratiyo and tespon I
Bible offices undorfioclty government, j
It was only by the most prodigious ef
forts and Iavjelj expenditure of money, I
his opponents could encompass his de-
o Is gone.
Good re-it, and
boots for sale atfP. NcfiV, No.
Levee. The most popular boots
Inrsrmmtfan for our t'rlrnU.
"Wo have been asked by several of our
friends who have become Interested in
Kentucky Priro Scheme, whether It 1!"' " 'rM r'.'ir.-
similar to. or llkoly to terminate as tho
St. Louis Paschal House affair did; nnd
wo tako this ai tho briefest method of
answurlng one and all. Without doubt
the Paschal House afiUIr terminated ca
sentially as a swindle; and wo have
nothing but tho most utter contempt for
anv ono who would bo cuilty of man
aging any onterprise as that was man
aged. Hut such a termination of tho
Kentucky Schcmo is simply impossible,
as both tho prizes and the funds arising
from the salo of tickets aro in the hands
of commissioners, who arc bound by a
most stringent character to see that all
tho conditions of the cnterprlze arc ful
filed, bofore the owner of the property
can obtain a dollar of the money. Our
fr.unds can therefore patronize the
Scheme with overy assurance that tho
whole will be conducted with tho met
perfect fairness towards overy ticket-
If you want n t!ckct (and of course you
do) put a 11 vo dollar bill. iu your pocket,
aud call on W. I Budd, .on ,tho Cairo
HOIIDAY GOODS AT PaHSONS, DXYW it
P. Welly has a !arj?o ttock of hats,
which will be hold at Now York whole
alo prices. tf .
An alarm caudle, iuvcutcd for the
special use of Capt. H. is a real novelty,
I and should come iuto general use.
It was not intended that wo should
havo raoro than a mcro flash of unlnter-
ruptcd sunshine. After twenty-four
days of cloudy, shadowy weather, the,
giurious inco oi iiw nuu smiieu uiiwu uu i jj-y gooua liouso in tno City, cau ooae
us butjust a llttlo while, for here wo cured at P. Rlelly's at cost prk( or less,
aro again in tho uihUt of hazo and drlr- 1 j10 iR determined to cloo out tf.
zle, an overcast sky abovo us and a tuur- - - -
ky atmosphere arouud us. If sunshine ' For lato Rtylcs of hats and caps goto
could "ua canned llko fruit, we'd have a, P. Noil", No. 70 OhioLovcc.
fow quarts, Just now, even at the cost of
our last kreutzer.
A Rntinr!iKblfi('u IticMoiu
Tho Athoueum was crowded lafct night,
the attraction being tho "Hidden Hand."
At that point whero a Now York nows
boy was In tho act of pasting a twenty dol
larcountorfelt bill on an oM man, whom
accosted, officers Myers and Ar-
, , , 4, , , .
nold made their nppearanco 'n tho audit-
rMt!nir forward to tho front
row of seats, arrested thre Individuals
seated thereon, for attempting to pass a
counterfeit twenty dollar billon a mer
chant of Cairo. Whether tho arrest Jut-t
happeued at that particular stago of tho
play, or whether it was delayed for
"draiuqtlq. tfl'ect," wo shall not say it
being enough for us to know that It was
quitch "rolnnikablo oo-lncldcnt." .
Parties wishing to lenew their sub
scriptions for tho 'Amorlcan Agricul
turalist'' for 1870, will please hand in
their names and SI 00 by tho 10th Inst.
Deo .), -fit, Wm. M . Davidson.
Angostura BUter'e, W. H. Schutter.
Sole agent, Cairo, Illinois. no 25 2m
Newstook', of Bohemian Chinas and
fancy goods at P. D. & Co'fi. , tf
- - - -
Largo and small dolls and toy tea sets
at P. D. & Co's. tf
A full supply nt lllolly's, and going oil
at netnal cost, tf
Pitcher.1!: Henry'H 'nro stck of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, ft to vet, linwarf, etc
will bo MJld wl thout rear'i to cost. tf
First claps duy board at Walicer t: lite
on'g resUuraut, at 55 per wcok. ' tf
Fino tno story brick residence. Ap
ply to t Tiro.VAi? Okeen & am.k.v.
nov 27 tf 93 Ohio Levcc.
School order?, at par, county orders, at
&3 cents, and city scrip, at 05 cents, for
furniture, queensware, glnspware, and
house furnishing good.
nov20 0t J3. S. IlAimEIX.
Walker & sisson Millard Hall and
Restaurant Is the center of attraction for
strangers nnd others who would strength
en the Inner man with fresh oysters,
Htewed, raw, roasted or fried ; quail on
toast, venison, llsu or any other luxuri
ous or substantial edible; or pass an hoar
with tho "cue" in the largest and beat
billiard hall In the city. tf
Go and see the grcclan bend caps at P.
NoIPh, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
Tho complctest stoch of gentlemen's
furnishing goods In tho city , Is to be
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
be a remarkable want, indeed, In this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the very lowest figures ruling in the
Children's suits at NelPs from $3,00 to
57,.0for full suit, at No. 70 Ohlo'Lovee.
"By the Continental," in the early
days of tho Republic was, by tho. wjtch
killing fanatics, called profanity.
In tills more enlightened age it is
deemed an ovldonco of sound mornlsas
well as of goed sense to glyo tho ndvlo
njjuy tho Continental,'' as It is not only
, ,'j'tlio cheapest but the best stove1 In, the
inarkot. .., , r
For sale by Pitcher & Henry 392 Com
mercial avenue; cor. 12th street.
Thelargc.t and finest stock of-gontlc
men's clothing, furnishing goods, boots
shoes, hats and caps will always bo found,
I'tirt! Flirt! Fnrs!
Jf you wfut to buy furs cheaper than
they were over offered in Cairo, Mill call
at P. Welly's. Ho has a good assort
ment. which he will sell very low. tf
O vercoaU '. overcoats ! NolPa ten dol
lar overcoats ara well mado and war
ranted all wool atNo. 70 OhioLovcc.
Thr Continental Is the only cook s'tove
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher fc Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th streot.
Miller and Miller havo 50,003 on hand
comprising tho most acceptablo styles.
A very desirable collar sold at ten cents
per box- tf.
First class day board can be
secured at Walker and Slssou's for
$5 per week. The bill of fare consists of
of the best In tho market, served by ex
I pert caterers In an unexceptionable style.
Lewis & Groshon's best silk hats for
sale at P. NetFs, a later stylo than that
kent by other hoiis-s In Cairo at (he same
I Clirnpt MUtl licit.
j Mrs. Whltcouib's Syrup for children Is j
! sold by druggists, for 25 cents a bottle
and is an adnnrablo preparation Tor In
1 fautile disorders.
T NefTa fall buIU at ton dollars per suit
aro tho best over offered in Cairo at tho
price, at No. "0 Ohio Lovoe. ,
ETcrythlug that can, be foundjln any
C. W. Henderson, Commercial Avonuo
three dooro below Twelfth streot has as
fino a lino of heating and cooking stoves
ay can be found In tho city, all at prices
that cannot fall to suit reasonable custo
mere. Ho n!w keeps all kinds of tlnwaro ,
and Is proparod to put.on roofing or put'
in uio ue-t fciyio on .snort i
Sli-sll oysters, game, etc., can always '
secured at Walker & Sisson's restuu-
nt. t Noy2t
nulurhH IIuiiho forJCrul.
That eligibly situated buslnvKS' house '
No. S Thornton's block, Tenth street,
for rent. Apply-on tho. promises. f
Whlto ijhltts nt a nacrifice at Pelcr
NcfTp, No. 79 Ohio Lovcc. (
Try tho'rcady.rlslng flour prepared and
sold wholesalo and retail by J. H. Phil
lips. Aleo a full stock of family groceries
Ac, for sale oppoito new uusloni houe.
docldlni ' :
Tuestlay, Dec. Tiff,' IfiOOrarWJntoi's
Block, '.cor. 7th htrootnnd Commercial
avenue) a large stocfeof rolHiticgoods,
consisting of ladles', and, children's' hats
and bonnets, Iace, t mbrolderlQs, gloves,
A grand ball wilt bo- given by tho
Cairo Casslno, on tho oventng of Decem
ber 27, 1S0Q. Cjpijj of Arrange
ments: F, M. STOQKfXETH.
O. L. Tiiomah, SYm, A.-3A,.
M. Sn.YERVUMtf:, GF.onnp Laitneis.
Mr. Faflbrd, of tho City Bank, has Just;
received a pair of photographs of Econery
in Yo Hemlto valley tbatarc indiscribahly
graud and beautiful. Ah a work ot art,
t" , thjy aro excel'ent.
Mofcsra.W.IJ.Iockwell ACo's. book and
stationery establishment continues to
supply every demand in tho lino of read
ing matter, stationery, inks, blank books,
music, etc., at tlie tamo prices that ob
tain in .ho larger cities. Their counters,
Just now, arc piled high with magazines,
periodicals, weekly and dally papers,
comic publication?, etc. Parties in want
of any thing in that lino may call on.
Messrs. P.. & Co., with erory assurance,
ibat they will find what they want.
Iko Hammitt, Columbua: Wm White,
Paduofch: Abeona, 8t Louis; c Ella.
Hugbee, Nashville: Dictator, tit Louis;
t Joseph, Memphis; City of Cairo, 8fc
Louis; Quickstep, Evansvllle; Continen
tal, fit Louis; Arthur, N O.
Iko Hammitt, Columbus; Wm White,
Abeona, Cin.; Bt Joseph, St Louis; Dlc-
aior,iu Liity; Artnur, t ijouis; ison
Accord, Md City; City of Cairo, Mem
phis. After but little more than twenty four
flours clear weather, wc havo a roturnof
tho cloudy, damp, and disagreeable
weather which seems to have become
chronic, and which brings to painful re
membrance the prophecy, whloh never
was made, by a certain sleeping girl Just
bofore sho died, although sho is not dead
yet, to tho effect that the sun would
lever shine so brightly again, after the
'rcat collpse of Aug. 7th and that tho
cud of tho world was not far off. As the
world is to bo burned up, Instead of
drowucd out, we can't see that the pres
ent damp weather should givo any cause,
"Vre river has risen eight inches since
last report, and Is now swelling rapidly.
Business continues good.
Thero is a light swell at St. Louis, and
It is expected that there will be a riso of
twelve inches. This will not do much.
tgood to 'tho bars below ou which; thero
is at present only six anu a hair feet
steamboat water. Thero is at least
twelve aud probably fourteou feet water
In tho channel below Cairo.
Tho Ohio Is falling at Pittsburg aftor
i attaining) -a channel depth ofjjhjarly
seventeen feet. A corrected statement
of coal which left hero on the present
rise, estimate It at five nnd a havo'mll
lloiiu of bushels. This Is said to be tho larg
est amount which has ever left Pittsburg
on any rise. It required over fifty tow
boats. Tho Cumberland, Tennessee and Wa
bash are all rising.
The Quickstep brought out a splendid
trip last nlxht for re-shipment south.
Tho Continental la receiving Urirelv
here, aud will leave positively for New
Urlcaiu this evening. ' '
Tho Llrslo GUI will also leave for
Now Orleans this evening
Tho Bello Memphis, Capt. Crane, Is tho
regular packet lor Memphis to-iilght.
The Clara tscott Is tho regular Eyans
vllle packet this evening.
The Wbllo leaves at u.ual forPaducah.
Capt Charles T. Hindu Is agojt for all
tho above steamers.
"All p'riont whom It mT eoncern, rehrebT null
Cd tint m; lttr of crniil ilt.l Chtoso, Augut
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