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Site Evening f trtlctitu
J15SUMIKI) "11 .10. if. OI.KKtT '
U. , If A3.ilM.L, uSsOi.'.ATK Kllll'i
WFdVI-.DA Y. DKOEMHJ!;
lttiCiiWi.Out F.oi r, Jwik.i.riJH' host, for
810 ..' A.v Mi Co. i,ov201iwl
rutt Min:k foi Siilr,
ty "v'i.j - bo taken at par for ii:
von huuica of i.e slock of the l-im Na
tional hank of Cairo. The -hares Are in
urui o." $1W each. Knquiri of -Mrs. C.
au.iiuoi) ofiierof Twelfth .firt Poplai
. i.idii... lealiii-r uuster.1
A ... . ......
r.iv.rt i if
Mevb1-. Halliduy Bros, have Aold one o
i.!i whnrf-j.)at to Messrs. Carroll A
VjIiIaoik, ' Vicksbtirg, for th aura o
.L.OCj h. will ne taken away .'roin lti
ieen' OiOoNngH in a few days.
Use F.nder' Chill Cuff. -"It nnvoi
Ve,jea it staled that Capt. Phillip.
.ii .i contemplation the building of
Jim i-f.liitt. I tlir.ni Iin.i.lf...) f...r l. t....irl
........ .v. . ... .........
nd of a proportionate uidthutid d ti
f vikI It built It will be moored nloui
it .ft.', ill... iiiiii.vtl in If... tr.ih.iinilm
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'iitslmn. ..-ft- Mtir.n and forwurdiu,
tMfit-. .i- . U ( uy.
i Vt f
diuiiile-uieaited .auk uoat
i P. NetTx, No. 70 Ohli I
To lloucInjif rs.
.'1.' r iu i.iiiiil unit Dooleya Hakim
.wdi-r in ot only the most relfubl
iking powder in marKet, but aeh (i
..il.iiiis me full veilit or o,Uftiitlty a
prceied Isi iigrmlion'.-- entr inti
tompi -ition, Lutauch at- are ttrlctix
ire, and lib half the quantity will pro
ie more i-atinfactory resulte than thott
.'ordinary manufacture, it in vastly tin
it-apest m well as the bent l)ooley'
ikiiiir P.wder ear. ba hud at anv Cm
riuirwaldi-en'H Cclfbrated Pu-.Helleff
' the Four Seasons, Night and Morning,
: Rockwell iCo's. tjl
The joard of Abkrmeu have, vanfan
unin 1 lie m repoxes tne power; uuuion
ed the mayor to confer with thr geuer
HiiDeriutendent of the Illinois Centra.
111-., C.I ...wl I ... . .-...I.. I...
riur u. company w.n gravoi jjeve
reel. If at all within the power of tlx
ty to eill-cl buch an arrangement then
. I . .. . .. . .
ace gravel the Leve-, and yu nut t.
op to all out'gocs ou account of lha
oroughfare,J forilfieen yeaw. anyhow,
hi pommy longer
Wood, Linton i lhyle, No. 130 Ohl.
j. V utt IiiiVa Anfintinil If. f.m tiifL- t.n.iu
g iuiu proviMn 'U"ini'.-s, ami are pn-
iif'i in i'u int.' 11iK.1c.11 inaittci oner ill
li fnr ilr....ii t . I 1 1 .' j. Iiulm nr f.k Hi.
de.-n In Mil r me at the loweU figure'
ting. 1-armers of the siirroundiii.
umrv haviiii.' nork to ell r-limild On I
on rLem neforc making contract? elre
'(.'l.a.'.e-to.i roune-' copy 4 w nno
ur. tLliM II.i-m lf...l.r.t
Esquire lirus i r.w fatny iniulied a
nr.t v . 'iivl '. Tin tairn hold a! micntv
" J " . ' " -
it.iMi.SB with a knowing hand, aud will
pri'c i-eiy wi.at he believes to be right,
nether it tie light or wrom:.
For the tint time In a number of ycarr
liailtlii. iiloLkiiro. Vi.kti.rtii.v ftf hi.ir
it our coiuiry juoge utscust oui-ition-
law and fact. It acsiired us that tti
partmeut of our county govermueiit
11 now catch up with the others .
'Vnr lr.f.ii r.tlliiL'. (iii.tmil 111111I0 oloth.
x and the best workmaunhlu on same.
a. . m . t v
We utiilcrsiaud thai the Palace Yurie
r ''ipe contemplate a round auinn--
n ..1 1. 1 . 1.i.pl i j. tmviii. tnbll.. In f.ti,fi.f
v. ..... - rt I - - - - f "
IV. Jones'ioro. I'anucaii. oiiiiunu-.
mrles ou, aud probably itlckmati ami
iw Madr.d. Ti e '?omyaay Is a good
Tbe 1'liotulx ISru.fc ft. nil.
i( a nteeuni: ui uic i nuinu. iir
nd, hell on tho 3d of December, tne
I ...il..ra miMitli nl lut rAhllllf llllil WAf.
IUIUS st44Vfil nuiHHi.jn, T't;,v
. I S.IS
.ki.ii L'A . 1 ((III. I MM I llllll KA til IllH III I? Ill
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O UI b m teev e. e.t j t
rebv ciloi, to the eiiuuri (if Hie
iro'bt I in' foe ihuir Uluti reconl-
. t t.lt.Mt ftllHl.ii. rfi. rii ill... .if
'.tj .iitil'. ilniA (.till rllA.O 11 I
ill III mil viiuihi uuiuij; ...u niiuri. 'it
r organization, and ttieir friendly no-
ph 1 1 ii r I'll ui r .i." "ill icon !
Hmkh v. i iiiaLwu inn v auiin eiaio sucu
anifL'siai.iiiis of mmd v. ill. anil hoiio
at our future a- a oand, and an indlvi-
ill ..liiv...! u 11 ulinii' thlit Wi U'i'Vii
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l mi mi ' m ii i,..i miuriKLi nikii liii;
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atiagemeut of the festival report asfol
,41 Hi-'-eip'". M
ul l,ipiu i w
'rent pM'l to Vrruniror
Sam I.. Moody,
Sam i. Smith,
Pooket Dlarlt'K for 1S;0 at Rockwell &
ThelOyBter supper to night under the
- .i . . .1. lA,H..D 9 f
anairemeni oi me iaun;n m uiv mu-
odlst Episcopal church, in the build
B lately occoupied by fr. Illpm, will
well attended, and, no doubt, hearil
eujoyed No admittance fee will be I
-t 1 i.. i . .. I
i m will I
TlieTlientrr l.ntC Ttfghl.
Toe .i t ,e v,w. wo.l (Hied hm night to
Al"mj."8 t.ii- ecojul i im t presentation
ofrho 'Ki.mioi' the Cloth .if Gold," ami
fora second time Katie Put man carried
-.11 .nptl e al. iurt by m.r fuaciuuiM
jtot ufl,' he? vivi.ci. H8 manner, ar.l
i. Je Unit a.ie U trio percent, pre clca
IriKcut little orur.turu tnal ever racuJ
.iro itnge an utt Ru.ioa iha.t ou,;ht to
.111 tho hoiiho nlt,btly, to ovorflowinu.
And Hrovne, MoD.iwoll, Ueiinlo, Lang
Ion, Burnett, Ml..i. MoVlUlam, Mim
Uellf- were very good Ih their reepeotivi
.mrn, comni&ndiUg and deserving ro
.ma.od round.i of npplauit.
To night we shuli have tho "Old Curl-
tslty !iop," with ili.n Katie aNollun(
ho Ma.chionert'i, aud IUrr as Qullp. 1
lotbliiK eii"o were promised i ahoulu
' neure a full house; but look at the uddit
.iiiit'.l attraetlon.i: liurnett douts Dick
I wlvellr; Brown personates Br8;
I iirttigdoti Old Trent; Renniurimoky Jaci.
f mi .Mrtj. JS'aili Mm. Qu.lp. Tue ca.
orouliout li a btronc one, and as to th
"lit. of the Drama we need not add -i
CneckerH, Chens, Cribbage Boards, Die
.iid Dice Cups at Rockwell fc Co'n. tj
SilUL-tliiiK l'VlrrlItf led. ,
We made the promptness with which
fir monthly bills wero paid the nub.lee
1 a 1 icul paragraph, the other day, cou--ludug
with the remark:
We put the experience on record as an
nm.iliiL'g in the extieme, and ask out
iternpurariert if tbov "ever hesrd of tin
Ths PaJucah -Herald,' espying tut
micle, ommenti as follows:
No, we, for our part, never did. V
an well understand the 'Bulletin's ae
on i slum-lit, and mui-tbuy that few com
munities huvo ever buuu more hlghl
oinplinifincd tlian is tl.o community o.
'airu by tne anove article. On tho Ilri
1 the mouth all bills duo thu 'Herald'
A-eru madu out, and cucrgetic collector
ent around Willi thorn, but itinluad o.
1 1 ere being "a quick and chtirful liqul
lutioii of every single bill preaeuted,"
ur collettora HJccede(l in nbtainluf:
uoiiey ou about jne-third of all the bllli
rereiiteil, ibe othere being deferred
very pretext ud irivolous excuse lm
igltmble. Wo would Ilk VKKY MUCH It
ay thu C'liiiiuuiiny the hanUfOine com
.ilimeut which the 'Bullntlu' puys to thr
(eople of Cairo, but we can't fifi ui'i
Writins-Deeki, Work-Boxes and Port
folio at Rockwell & CoY tjl.
s't'CH a turkey! Bigger than a drew,
d calf or an ostrich or a big boy, and all
th a present from Geo. T. Cuslilnur to
I Jnliu H. Oberly. C uhlng deals in garni
mii poultry keeps everything in that
1 me that in seasonable; but nothing thui
is nut fresh, but aud in prime order. Bui
10 recur: Tho ttirkoy "sent around"
vith compliments, etc., comfortably llIU
a biiHhel clothes bokrt, Is well dresen
uid as " fnt a, butter." Talk about
fowlh! Thisfellow has stood, llut-footti
.iid picked mauy a Uy olft.ie ''rider" 0
1 ten ril fence.
Anroitur- Bitter's, W. H. Snhutter
iol ajunt, Cuiro, Illinois. o 2m
Tho Wiiier-throwing abiliile. of th
Kough and Reaily and Hliierulan tin
o.impstiteB remains utuotermlued. Tin
.toughs declined an tnvitailun to "com
.ut" when thereunto requested, the oil),
.r day; but informed tbe Hibernian'
hat the bonis were theirs if ttiey wouh.
eai ihu 131 feet thrown by the llttl.
Rougti engine, and a certain specified
listauce claimed to have been throwu b)
1 lie "Oi-i in." Tho Hibernians do not
teel disposed t seek the horns in tbat
vay, but will, most probably issue anoth
er challeuge. In that event there will be
1)1mii ro lliUKruu,
'..;,? 'V Tvm;.
. on'l fa to use Mrs. httcomb's cyrup
or soothing children. Reed tbe julror- ,
f t iIiai . linn t i a .ii H t a i I
.i.-euieiit in ano.her column.
There wr.s no meeting of the board of
AMermeit Iat night, forth want of a
Donation or fruit to :he Orphan
Asylum, a far as received, are reported
Mrs. Rittenhoiuo, 8 cant; Mrs. Pink,
1. M.. D.I..K ,i. e. t. ...i-i. a . I
.,,. iuu-.il, V"1"'' '
Mrs. 1..VUU-.J, Mrs.J. Martin, 3; Mrs.,
, O. D.iVidon, t Mrs. Humphreys, 2: Mrs.
1 0. Hurd. 0; Mrs. Korsraeyer, 2; Mrs.
, yers and .Mrs. Lewis, 0; Mrs. Cox, 2;
; Mrs. Wardnor, 12; Mrs. Morris, it; Mrs.
Sail'ord ami Mr. Candee, 15; Mrs. 13
! Arter, 6; Mr. GeorgoPoor, J; Mra Chris
l man, 3; Mrs. Jones, 2; Mrs. Clark, 1;
' Mrs. Walters, 6; Mr. C. W. Hondorson,
J; total 104 cane.
Tho tliaka of the managers m due to
I .nany kind friends for liberal and tlmoly
' lonatlons mado at the lnt donation
i party, an extended report of whioh can
! not be given, owing to the imjiosdblllty
1 of procuring a corruct list of all dona
I tlons. Tho oftlcors elected from the
' Board or Managers, for the onsulug year,
j are as follows:
I First directrehb, Mrs. H. W, Webb,
gili umi i viimhvv vwti i.iv
retary, Mrs.J. Martin; acting treasurer,
Mrs. H. W. Wobb; provider, Mrs. H.
Wardner aud Mw, Clark; colleotora;
First-Wari, Mrn. C. W. Henderson btl
Mist Tlllle Yocum; Geeond Ward, Mrt.,
Wobb and Mrs. Slack; Third Ward,.
Mrs. Thornton una .Mrs. rope; Fourth
U7oH Mr. Wiltnru .inn MIm.1 TiIu Hnr.
A Trnln i.f ('o.tm-ltiit,
Mr. Go.). W. ,i...;y and He wry Tay
lor, both di ceased, belonged to tbe Ham i
Ma utile lodge, effected life Itnurrt.ict in
the mime company, died upon the um
, tVJt loi, of a01. Wurt. C(.
t .,, rtm,tJl, Kenwuky, , ,.
i. i 4m iii tu.nr uiit initrfini ... i. m .
ivuiotery,.oii tbo name day,uiiO left, fum
t Hies in the unfile City Cairo. Thceu fuCi
iorm a train of co. Iiieldonu kuut . tnkr
u.i as quite remarkable.
Alaska boot for sale at P. Nelfb, No.
79 Ohio Lo.ve. Tho most popular boot
Th Teacheraof tho Siiudiy School ol
tho Church of the Redeemer, tngetlioi
with, parents, and others lutereited, art
requested to meat at tho residence o
Mr. John N. Patton, on TtL strest, (0
morrow .Thursday) nfternoon, at twv
F.lfgantly bound Book for th '.Holl
laya' at W. B. Rockwell A Co., 68 Ohio
Dwrlllnir Uiin litirned.
"We regret to learn that tho residence
f Mr. A. Mackl, of this city, altuatou
between Joneuboro and Anna, was des
.royed, lant night, by lire. It wat a com
fortable building valued at about 3,000.
Tusured for $1,600 In the North America
insurance company of which Messrs
afford, MnrriH and Cantlee aro agants.
Grecian Bend Caps, tho latest style in
'he City, for sale at P. NeC4 No. 7v Obh
Lovet, at low prices. Call snd sea them
No trouble to show goods at thi More
There was . wrangle In one of the col
ored churches on Sunuay last, in which
quite u number of the brethren and slst
r jolnod, with an earnestuesf jiot to b
misconstrued. Tho altercation owed lb
irigintoa sum of. money that had Jupi(
been guthered from th audience
amounting, we hear, to S or f 10. The
right of possession was the question a,
f.siue, each ofu half dozen liidlvluualt
?oii.lderinghim.ilf tbe proper, custodian.
It la said that like altercatlouh anW as
remu-nt occurrence as the collections.
Calf bootuat $3,76 at P. NttTa No.
A special meeting of this company 1
ill ha held this (Tuesday) evenlic.
'n'ov. 6. Important business will b
ransaatcd. By order of tbe President.
M. J. Marnkl, Hee'y.
Mr. John Hamilton, about a year be
'or bis death, etTected 1 iusuruuco on hh
ife, in the Home Life Iusurancc com
any of Ohl, for the sum 0 $6,000. The
Stilt of tho company la now in the city,
ve learn, to adjutt the lnaurance with
Gnt' shawls 111 udlei variety and at
ow prices at P. NeiT's, No. 79 Levee
The "mad carter'1 of a saddled and
.ridk'd horse, was arrested near tho on-
'till yesterday evnlng; ami shortly af-
erward-a coh.reu boy.all bedaubed with
mud, came hobbling up, and laid claim to .
. '.lm. The horse had shied at some object
..ear the custom house, spillcdth- boy
I ind "cut dirt" In the manner af()re,ald
riio boy wnn't much hurt, but a madder
larkoy we have notseen in many a day,
hiuriviirnot. .sold by druggUtM, for 26 cents a bottle
Capf. Clias. T. Hind- has sola his i "'l is an admirable preparation for in-
vbarfboai, (tbo one fo-merly owned by . fautlle disorders.
Wllllumson, Haynei Co,, aud more' -
recently by the Atlantic and Mississippi . Nfl''s fall -ults at ten dollars per suit
teamshlpCo.,)to Musr. Green, Carroll r te host ever oflered In Cairo at the '
X Co., of Vlcksburg, for twelve thousand i
dollars. The new buyer will take it
way immediately, and R place will
i,e supplied temoorarily, by the Oram-
,iu Jjed M whVrbaHt al Col.
A contract ha oeen ccimpleted by
fjapl. Klndewlta Cap'.. Wm. Hambleton
of the Mound City Marine Ways,
wilding a new mammoth wharfbont,
vhieh uhall sollpeo any slmi i.r boat on
herlvor. It will be over 300 feet long,
iml If. to have two low atorles or decks,
die uppor one of which is to be uved for
itoriug furniturethe reshipment of
which has Increased, Mince the war, to a I
emarkablo extent. The experienef. and .
iriitlfivl knnwtflilrrn of ('r.iulann TIInit
:xnd Hambleton will be combined to
M.ke th,, nftW boat nerfect In evorv r. '
stake the now boat perfect in every re
spect, and peculiarly sdaptd to th re
nhipplny; busint?Ho' Cairo.
!, ' 1 .1 - 1. .i.itl. u TCTAtTT. f-.i.n VQ OA
57,50 for full suit, at No. 70 Ohio Lev,..
Tue ordinance regulating the salaries '
if csrtatu.cUy officers, passed thu hoard
tf Aldermen Monday night, aud hiuboon
referred to the select couhell for concur
rence It fixes tho salaries of the mar-
aot master unu cuiei or ponce a i,uw
por annum; night and day policemen at j
"$75 per month, and Ihe salary of tho city
marshal at $50 por month, Au attempt
to strlkn out the clause reforrlng to the
murttha;' salary failed. What fats
awaits tho ordinance at tbo hands of the
oleot council we are not prepared to
Larfre and small dolls and toy tea seta
at P. 1). A Co'. tf
."There is an unusual quiet In police
cjroles JuHt now. This quiet would be
come permanent, If wo. would ouforca
non-intercourse with Paducah and Mem
Pliekerit Uenry'u largo Htnuk ofhrt
I wart, cutlery, tool!, stoves, Jinwkrc, etr
will ba sold without regard to cst.
Flrat day nonrd t.t VYaU:er A HW
m' reituurunt, at per Wc-k. it
Everytnitig r .fn- li ok and SiaMnu
y Line Cau aiwnv be foiinv- -t V. li
' i took well ii Co.' a (ib Ohio LeVee. (J.'i
e'ehool orders, t par, county orders,
)5 cents, and city scrip, at Co cents, fo
'uralture, ueenuvrare, glassware, ami
'iou.-o furnishing goods.
nov2t3 6t . B.
Walker i Hlsaun's Billiard Hall anK
testauraut Is the center of attraction foi
trungers aud others who would strength
;ii the Inner mau with tresh oysters,
tewed, raw, roasted or tried; quail 01
oast, venison, llsh or any other luxuri
ius or substantial edible; or pass an hum
vlth the "cue" lu the largest aid ben.
! nilllard hall In the city. tf ,
Go and ee the greclan bnd raps at P.
I Neir.i, No. 79 Ohio Levee.
I I'nruUtiliiit Co(s
The completeat stnch of gantlemenV
furnishing good In the city , u to be
. ouud at Miller and MillerV It would
I 00 a remarkable want, Indeed. In thin
line tbfct they cannot katitfactorlly supplj
.t tbo vry lowsst flgurj ruling in thi
Crandall's and Hlll'n, Alphabet 31ook.
at Rockwell A Co'h. tjl.
"y th Continental,'1 in th early
days of the Rtpublio wan, by th wltol.
aiillngfacatlcs, culled profanity.
In' this mor nhghtened age it h
demd an evidence of sound moral a
A'ell as of good sns to glye the advlo
"Buy tho Cootinsntal," at it it notonlj
:he cbeupsjt bnt th hsst stov ia ths
For sale by Pltchr Hnry, 162 Com
uiarcial avaau, eor. 12lh atnst.
The largest and Jluest stock of gentle
men's clothing, furnlshlug goodn, boots
I lw,eH hftU ud caps will alwaynb found
I u y, " 7a 0,ll I-evee.
run! ran! ran!
If you wsnt to b'iy fura cheaper than
they were ereroffered In Cairo, will call
it P. Rlelly'f. He has a good assort
' ment whirl) he will aeh vory low. tf
Overcoat ! o vercoatw ! NelPs ten loI
lar overcoats ar well made and war
ranted all wool at No. "tf OhloEeve'e.
rh Continental Is the only cook stove
with sliding oven doora. Warranted in
all respects. Pitcher A Heury, at 1011
Commercial avenue, or. 12lh street.
Miller and MJIJer bav 60,00.) ou 'hand
comprising the most acceptable styles.
A very desirable collar sold at ten cents
per box. tf.
First class day board can be
secured at Walker and SI$n'a for
M per w.ek. The bill of iar consists of
of the best In the mi.rket, served by ex-
lt caterer. In aiuincxceptlouabl. styl
. " , .
Lew, Gwi.honH best .ilk baU for
"l V' ,tt,lep, ??lt ,tu ,hHl
1 by other houses In Cairo at the same
''r Crh' . ...
caeapem ! t.
Mrs. Whltcomb's byrup for children Is
l'ei l -0- U'1'0 .-ovee. i
" ' ' - ; ,'
KTerythlug that cau be lu unylouud ,
dry food, house lu the cllyf.ao o. e. ,
- .j . n T1 ii.-l. ... I ... I
red at P. Rieily's at cost prle. or Usa,
he is determined to clone out. tf. ,
A well selected slock of Juvenile and
r...... t i. . t i. .... 1 1 -i..i. ii
ahU oysters, gamq, eti., eaa always
be seeared at Walker A 3Ion' roitau-'
xaat. Nor" 2;.'
ilaeM ! r.rKtat
Thateliilbly situated oUalai
.to. aTUorntoa'a block, Tanth etreat, U
r rcul, Apply an the- premise.
Whit shirts at a racrlflca at ?ater
NefT, No. 70 Ohio Leveo.
Try the ready'rlslnr flour prepared aud
sold wholesale and let il by J. a. Phil-
Hps. Meo a full stock of family ffroceriM
'vc, vn i ujiyv.-iii urn vwk-iw tiouw. t
Jewal Caaea, Card Oases and Lady's Com
panion at Rookwall A Co'a. tjl
Rowle knives, pistols and rvolTer. A
full stoek just received at Peter NefT
No. 70 Ohio Levee. Pocket als
tola $3,v0 aGni "wie knives (1,00.
Holiday noona at Parhokh, Davi a
P. Rlelly uas-aJarge etock-W-isaUr
which will be sole! at New York whole
sale, prieee. tf.
x'lne two story brick residence. Ap
ply to Thoacaa Gkkkk A Allkk.
nov 7 tf 93 Ohio Levee,
Beautiful Chrome' at W. X). Book
wall AOe.'aWOhloLav. tjl.
Thu .Mise in voit'cd In ilkjhtliijr tho
city of Cairo with gu H nboui two hbJ-
i.-ta uoiiuri. per mouin.
' The teambo:.t runners are not all prate
I ful to our oily !ar.n-.6 forr-hiel'linytliem
( rm i..i'.iM.ri-.iulc C'.;ii:pi''.tliin, ny I'tins
i in i i'.u-r xi- p.-iee o iieeie. To.i
' i.i.ch ot t-ueli noiiouuilii, ...ey l..!f.k,
i t ouid cturvo thi-m to ileal 11.
A full eUpply l Uiell'e, tt.U(l gt'iUg "
it nClUxi Cost. if
The stock of nllk hats at Miller & Mill
er's comprises the very latest styles aud
lhe finest make of the season. The
I variety Is very great, the slock large,
v tn t prices nave tieeu regU'aieii 10 liar
nnnlze with tho tlm-s. Call lu and ex
New stock; of Bohemian Chinas
iaucy good, at P. D. fc Co' s.
Yesterday, on front How, a white
man who was ntum-what under the In
fluence of Honor, wanted a neuro com
pa 11 ion to sli.v lark on the sidewalk.
1 "No nir," was ihu emphatic respnime
"W isn't In Cairo now and If 1 cut- up
! I'll he 'rested sure." Padlicah 'ICtn-
Rather strango that he wasn't arronted
nnyhotv. If ne'd had any money he
1 ''ould have been "gobbled," huro,
Photograph Albums from 2o cenW to
320.W each at Rookwell V Co's. tjl
l'rli .c)irnic. lit (Ivntrul
Are looked upon with suspicion-
) liiufTv jr. ha. in,... tliv 4.1-fi ilMiit.ll. ..til
dueled by parties who are under no legal
I restraints or obligation to Ail 11 1 1 their
j promhcH however extra vagunt they may
1 be. Nor aro prize - iubemes usually re-
carded with favor by tho men of integ
rity or financial responsibility. We are
nappy to say that no objections of this
:lnd cau be urod, against tho great
Hnderson Ky. Prize .Scheme which we
are advertieiug lu our coiumn.i. All
parties connected with it are menoftlie
higtieet focial, financial and moral
.vorth, aud'eren if this were not so, they
are strictly bouud by a regular legal
charter, so that not a dollar of tho fuuus
arising from thi sale of tickets can be
touched until thu winners of the prlz.es
.tie actually lu possession of them tuus
formlug the bent possible security In
buhalfuf the ticket-holder. So honor
ible an enterprise certainly d'isurvos
well of our citizens.
Parties desiring to
purchase a ticket
should call on W. I.
Rudd, Cairo city
Games, Toys, and Home Amu.iomenl.
at Rookwell A Co's. tjl
Ike Uainmltt Columbus, Wm. White
Paducah .-silver Moon, Cincinnati; Mev
heuger, C'lnclunail ; (jlckstep, Kv,iii
vilie; F. Brandies, Lvansviiie; Mlls.
Ippl, ci:. Louis; dt. Joseph, dt. Louts;
City of Cairo, .Memphis; rii. Luke, Mem
Ike Hammitt Columbu-, Wm. White
Paducah; .Mississippi, N O
().; Mesieiiger, . O.; Cur of cuirw, r?i.
t Uramlies, Memphis: Qulckstup, Kvaiib-
j TJje c)(iu(ly
turned, accompanied by tin East wind
' which Usually caii-es about one twen-
, uetli of our citizens to beconio more or
js aick, aud which aggravates tho
.ymptoms of all who are already so.
The river haH risen seven Inches slut o
Business continues good.
- Tll0 MisjUsippl and Missouri are both
fanil. The rec
tailing, rue recent rue iinuie seveti
feet In the channel to St. Louis. The-e
)b an &buuda.ioo of water below Cairo for
. , steamers, f.illv H..,..
(),u0 S fthmU Nt;ltioiu.ry Ht ,JU.
,ur(f wUh R M 0 J0,JW ,n t,u, clmnn(,(
and tho weathtr is cold and snowy. Tim
rlvur n still rising at Cincinnati and
Louisville, with nearlyclov.ii feet iu the
cAoal, and nlno fe tt overthe fall, from
which nil khi) UrluV obi emotions nave
Tho Cumhorland and1 Tennesson are
"l-lngf.nd atjgoid cavigabhtHtae. Tbi
Wabash Arkansas, White and OuachK
rofll .ii gold condition.
The Eyansvlllo packe., contlauo to
arlng fair jtrips for " toaliipraent south.
aotnwithHtaudlngthn act that they now
huyu.to contnrt wl h through boats from
Lt.UHVlllo and Ctnxnnatl to N. O.
Freight for.tho south contlnuen to ar
rive fnmly portrail.
Watocez, t.;tpt. lorn L,outhors, left for
i,ouiavinu unugo anil ieavo I'ortlauu for
N. O., to-day. Shti.li expcted to,, beat
the Knot. iv. Leo in speeu, ana to on, in
fact the fewlftast boat on the western
Tbo Mobile MePifce Jeave haro to
night for Memphis.
The W. K. Arthur and Kate Klnnoy
are oxiu'cted to-night fur N. O.
Tho Tom Morgan leaves thlH evening
for Whlto River.
Thu Clara tscott Is the regular Evan.
vllle packet this ovening.
The Wm, White, Capt. Northern, la
the regular packet for Paducah thlsuvsti.
Capt. Cha. T Hlude is agent for all
trie abovo boaU and makes arrangiv
mauls for freight or passage.
Parties desiring Illinois, Missouri or
Iowa' lauds, should read the advertise
ment iu anothor column, and inquire a
For late atylea of hats aud caj goto
P. Naff, N. TSOhloLav