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L:u uvd small doll and toy lea acts
til 1' ft & Co'h. tf
M. Hughlu.Hupt. IUinols Contritl tall
ttmd, the city.
The county court Imvlnj; returned
front Its country Jour will ru-coti vonc
Hi f afternoon.
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l'i'vlierit Henry' large stock of h.irr.
ware, m'kry, tools, cloves, tinwaro, etc
will lio Hold, without rogurdjio iut. tf
n ufi' luv.'h in endless variety and at
li j rices in P. NoiPe, Nrt 'i&'l&veo
fn-: iMrnt I'lin!
lr y. i want to buy furs cheaper limn
w ro ovcroH'orcd in Cairo, will call
"IV Rally's. JIo has a good usM-ort
i whb-b he will awll very low. If
X ll'if;i!l miiU at ten dollar per Milt
1 1 ill'- i.i i over uffisred In, Cu1iw.h,1 lliu
1 , tit Ko. 70 Ohio Luvuu.
i i, I rimmed black onyx breat pin,
ii ir Mo -Ir- of a kllver'half dollar. The
I i I' r it i- suitably rewarded by lenv
i iino .'it thlsoftloe. H
I. i.i.'ly iiouiid Hooka for tint Hull
i. , r ut W. H. Rockwall Co., OS Ohio t
I, vtt til.
r Calro LoiJff, No. 27 A. 1'. A A.M.
V"u II hold a tnttd oommuniottllon
thi) Mondny) t vetting, Dwember 13, ,
A L ''' it 7 o'clock. Victors fiater-
n nly Invited. IJy order of thw W. M. I
t'HAi. I'oKRinrr, Sorotary.
Wrltlrq-Itka, Work-Voxei and Port
.'. i '. 1: rkwell ACo'a. tjl.
Wo tefietitly had ofoaslon to my that
wew iuld rat hor wear the IwltaacJtawp-
I ... Hit, than to have otir braat om-
bcli.sl.ul with all the "InUgniM of royal- j
ty Wl.at we aald, however, and tbo
pr.t.ter h mterpreutiim of wl.at wo aaid,
. -c i va :H. -a variation Uiat the reader
ill d ii'it t'i'.ught tliat we deserved to
' i "b l'd" fir our bad spelling and iX
i r "able grumujar,iuu manner that would
'infer tiiore pain aud Iea distiuctlun.
Our royalty" win Kpelled Maoynlllty,"
our -0011111161" was opelloil "eoimtrlei.,"
ami ou." syntax was made tao falae to )
need correction. Wo are fallible, ox '
c tdtngly p; but the blunders of n corps
of youon prlutom are ontlruly too much
fi.rm, We must, ocoasiotially, roapact-
fjdy uttlit. to fa.hor them.
PI. .'ograph Albums from 26 ceuU to
SJV Ua. h at ltockwell Co'.
ew itn : i.i':.:i.usor ixvedlnly rooklfM
rf Ins whittle.! upop ud jfreatly
nui . v I K'-vi r il of the wooden oolumaa
In the front of the ThornUHi Muek. As
I'm c '.uiuii- aro painted and aanded, and
iv. t'uy c utd Ih oMioiily by the nnt
prrN.ftcnt tlfort and at Mie cost of tli
td'e oft.ie tiftriimeut tiled, h i. tooro
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na ;t. v .c suppoM mai hip imii- i.i
v.aii..&: - kto I by mallee. Bo thl m it
may, howovor, til fuutro aai oj ttto
kind will, if the guilty party can be found,
boprc-ccutul to the utmott oxtuitt of tho
law Tho penalty In severo, nlmot out
of proport;.in with tho olletiso.
Checkorfi, Choss, Crlbbage Hoard t, Diec
and D.ee Cups at Hockwell A Co'a. tj
Tlio IVIr nnil Fcttlvnl Tn.nljrhl.
Tito fair and fmtlval for tho bsnertt of
S( Mr.ry's Inllrmary com'tnences thlw
i venin-r and will ooutlnue until VeN
tie -layi-vi nlng. Thnt it will be oml
litiutiy aUcciSaful wo fool certain, and
thar t II win attend will Im; kindly and
eour c ".sv tioHteit, wo arn tMnmny eer
U,n ladiua in charge have lven i
iiuh; trln. In tluilrjeirort b
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t'ta' rii'li ;vit occasion should be, and tho
exprrciice and lntluuucj thoy brought
tolicir !uui;the most gratifying re
T. o '.' -tin view U a laudable one
belli-: nothlttff lwatotban me monoy to
aj ; ly UMiM tbe'debt eontraeted in the
on- Hon of tbo new hospital building
and Institution from whine doors the
poor aro m ver turned away ompty hand,
c.l, and bLMicath whose roof the sick ami
peiinlle-s reeelvo Hhelter and kind mm-
ibtnitb us. I
A srand ball will bo given by tho
Calr Hiniim, on tho evening of Decem
ber 27, lbU'J. Committee of Arrange
mi'iiti: F. M. riToctciT.n-nt,
L, Thomas, Win, Aj.ua,
M. SiriVKunoKii, Onoitoi: Latt-vkii.
On Friday nlgiit tho grocery store of I
Missrs Can llirwasontorod bysonio un-
lenown person or persons, and tho change !
In the till iibitraotad, and several arti
cles of an odibjo nature carried oil. Du
ring Saturday night the grocery store of
Mr. Hwiiyuc, comer of Tenth and Vanli- i
itiitton was entered, and the money
drawer oaptured "bodnelouidy." As it'j
had been emptied of all iU contonta ox-
cept a dollar or so in change, thr ovenl.ig i
before, tlio burglars mado rather a sorry I
uil. It is probable that i'oods in tin ,
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niitiiioofiiuialH, sardines, hugnrs, otc,
wn ra riui iiimlii'ii aairiii nuu iiiu u uiiulhi
t 1. ..1 old,. 1,1. t Hw. 1. iii.'.r
cannot bo dollnlloly ascortainod. ,
Who commit tlioso burglaries? There
is roapoii for believing mat tnoy aro
chnrgable to the idle, hungry negroes In -
veslltiKour city, Professional Jiurb'l'U's
kijoU richer "vlba,"
' i' '"I lh n 2h
hi' i c i! I, t o . : h Pith red
Upon t tit) dlbO'i'. ,;'' of l!-. di. I S 1:1 tl
uiuin.ur itlquliUtd to inspire uotiiWeiieo
in Usability Uttri determination to servo 1
the people uiiderhtundlngly uild accept
ably. Appreciating the necessity of ex
penditures on our county roads, 1itit do
siring to know for Itself when and where
Mich expenditure should bo made, It
atJJoiirpod yesterday, und-taking hors
es, visited Jtlio ootnitry, intending to
make u thorough peraouiil in vealtyut ion
,uf. tlio.wanta, mid lMosaif Uw ij ,tlmt jplir
tlculur. On' Monday or Tuesday the
court will ro-oohveile,' Cv'liotY, If any road
TTorlcd.s ordered, tho cottrtiwlll know pre
eiely what it is doliig. , .
-, t ouJ.' ut. unu. jii't.r
Angostura Bitter's, V. II. Sehutt'or.
Hole agent, Cairo, Illinois. oc 25 2m .
' Olllcers Arnold and Cain made n do
icenj. upon tlo ltHtltiitliHt. proIdbd
ovor uyllill ireoit, . Iftldny nigitt, nti d
foun 1 the "ablo William ahd two sun
nituked comianioti.s iutensoly interest
ed in a game of "sovon-up" the slakes
btfiitK a pile of fractional curroncy. 'ine
plrtyiirK wore forthwith gobbled, and tho
facts being detailed to njtiire Hhaunos-
tmy, ho thmigt It just and right that the
diirtky "gambollurs" fihould add tan
dollars each, to lha general fund of tbo
j city, aud a certain apejied.aum for dis
tributi'on miiiqux tbo ofilcials. goott
j responded, mit'tlio others being fnoney '
les wero committed to street labor for of tho country, anil It Is altogetlier prob
lite iwriod of llfteen dayg, boarding and 1 able that they are all liko that sent to
lMlgiag menu while in tho
The Siatara of tho tft. Mary's IIospIt:l
will liiHd their Fair and Hupper at Mr.
Murv ITurrl.i' biilldlnir. l'2'l Commercial
RVomilli ri,itoly oeoupled by 1,r Kluin
Co.) for tlirw ulglit, commencing Dec.
i.t.i, ihG'j. All aro re-nectfullv Invited '
toiJtirtlciDato ' tlociotd 1
Dooliy'a Clmmical Yeaet IJaking pow- I
derU the only reliable' baking powder I
in market. The Ingredient's onlerlhg
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carofu ly combined th tr It
9M, nd u-
tr,H h ,1'8 Wy e.f .
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l i1 'M ooiwuhjcm , as it ,
rtsijuires .roin. wneriiim in uuo-iu.ru ios """" on..-.
tlintt ordinary mntinfacturt. l or Mile City crip will ie taken at par for i1f
l.y (JroccM general I v. ' toon .nltaros of tho stock of the I'lrst Na.
i . j tional 15ank of Cairo. Tho shades tire in
f Ihi CoiiMiibiital U tlti! oliU-'ennk tove iutns "of SICK) each, lnnuire of -Mrs. C.
wi, sn,ng ove ,i,H,rs, WnrranUd in
aM ronpects. 'Pitcher A HuhVy.'nt'IliS
(.'ominerctuliverluc, cor. 12th street.
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A few days ago the IHitiol Central
' atocK yarus contaitioil a iirovo of horsei ,
1 aent hither for re-hipment Soutli. A
nuinUrof boys wore drawn to the i-ixit, ,
i.ii-entonlay.-nnd'one -very-fasf chap
determined itpeii uYlde. "l'l.o 'nrt aui i
uvd mounted by htm tamely submitted, ' m more on f.ccount of unroaionablo an
lyilcaarfed the 'oHuijatc at a Urlfk j tleiwtloiis than through any niggardli
tiMital) Wrtund lln o:icIomik. Iktt the ' nexs on tho part of tho mythical old pa
second iwro was nwL w tractublo. No tron of childhood. Tho merchants, mil
s.ioiur liad.tbe boy Htrad'IIed ltim,Jthttt. ' Utter', book Fellers. Jewelers family gro
he oommyrioed u tiri4 n'fsars and plun- et-rs, confectlonor.-, bakers, toVacconists
gc that sunn :nlnitiif bed the lad that rftid even tho butchers have all mado
lm.hud muttl jwt onuhor(s tcb many, amplo prepanitions for tlio holidays. AN
He wua not left to a protracted contem- ready tho little ones gather in squads
,''jfljij?lt4rf pf hU dail?i Aiv Mu time
than wo coHHtlinu in telling It, tile scj
ted aulimd relieved hlmiiolf of his un-
rlcoma burden Ly depositing tlio boy ,
In tbo lonoe coruorj. Fortunately no 1
bonus wero btoken; but thero -were no !
further cituoitrliui feats titat dny, by the
eatno young gentleinan.
MeM. 12 fc W. JJuder have complo
ted ,'lholr nuw brick business houso ou
tliti oomcr of Washington ayeuno and
KighJtroat, uii'.Umve rirfumtvLlrtittltiivii.
The stock of watches and clocks, ' JowtfN
nryt etc., Is now, and Is th largest and
best assorted In the oily. Fqr tho boll
dave thoy hiive mado oipeclal provlnlnn,
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ami un itien -menus him. w. v
call huh aee inem. -i.
Tin' llrcnt llvnaiif.nu t'l-in Nrrieiiir .lentil.
Notwithstanding our explicit language
on a former occasion, wo have had never,
al additional enquiries ':uiio!i&d (o utf
as to whether we miVy soppocd tho
llundw'son rjchemo w.-isnot llkoly to be
another "Pithchal IIouko" uli'alr. Wodo-i-ire
to statu titnptuiUalw once for nil that
there is no more similarity between tho
two than botweon night nnd day. How
ever much oonlldeneo we or others may
have placod In tho ptomiiM of tho men
nmiiatftng tho Paschal House concern,
thoy undoubtedly botll their priplicij
and anted tho rascal at last . But In thtib
case the public had nvtUtthcirpro j
Ut.t to deiiend on. In tbo Jicudorson
Sohemo it matten-i not mho tho mou aro
or n7o their piouiUes, wo hnvo tho fit
to bind thoni to a fullllmotit of their on-1
gagomeiits. But when vo add to this,
that tho whole thing is in tlio hands of;
men of till) highest moral and tlnunclali
integrity and tho most successful! Banlc,
Cahlci, it makes the Scheme tlio sound
est and most attractive tltat'has been or 1
nrobablv over will be odered in Vhri Unit-1;
Tickets for s?.ld by W. T. Hudd, agent
(jaW C'lty wharfbout
Isj.'.vsts.-.MucU suireiiug.lo IJioBo ten-
der little buds of tho human .fardUy nilgltt
bo.alayed,tby ltigiMrs. ybjrn
e-'....... ,i,iv...riimf.nt in rmntlini-
;, Syrup. r,eo advertisement lu another
noiinnn. 1 jjuu.ni uuitiw,
Tho best ajul cheapest baking Kjiydrj.
is tlio Egyptian u l' h
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J opposlto tho nH' custom limifo. tf
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Itrrvrrtly JiuiiKltt 1.
Nor" m L Co. and other fictitious Now
A fhnu advcrJso counterfeit money
for sale. II is ho will oxooulcd, tltcy say,
that it is itnposslbiu for oven u bank olll
cer to detect it. In proof of thin they
pond out what purports to bo an extract
from tho New York IIernId. This ex
tract speai s of the arrest of a certain in
dividual for shoving their counterfeit),
and of his release," because five bank
presidents had pronounced tho money
genuine." Uy such means as this, fools
and wouhl-be villains are swindled out
of thelr money.
A few1 days ago an 'individual firing
near Stouefort, Saline county, sunt for a
$500 pakayuof tho colmterfeitgreenback
promising to la'i ?0 the price of
.of jUe'in on 'delivery. In duo time the
pajkagp, cuttle, on by express. TheJlftj
dollat pharges were paid, und for what?
When the package was opened it was
found to contain two or three small
Bt1CotB"of zlnd," u'lot of brown paper, a
bad photograpjt, of ja to greenback, aud
the following consohng epistle." "Thlw
1 1 Hontto fool tho detectives
Hl0 keep cool or tho dog Is dead." Tho
r,htp;retiirneiJ to the express offlce.made a
great fuss about tho manner In which ho
j ba'dTacettlswlridled, niid demnnded a re
t turn of his money. Tito monoy was not
i returned, and It Is to be hoped that It
never will be.
Tin 'express coipanles carry such
packages to nearly every town and city
stonefort. The liiuiviuuais teniiing for
titetUviunnlfcst thereby a willingness ;to
engage in the circulation of counterfeit
money, and yheu they aro "sold,1' a-i
they Invariably are, thero is uo resource,
but to grin and bear It. It aorves them
We have- been notified that certain
parties llvlug In rivor towns bolow Cairo
are seeiiing a nupjuy ut .uurtu"
i'Co's well executed counterfeit money
tljrougi, ,j,0 Cftro express ofllce. Let
tma got Jt. wo rov.tdn't hinder them if
srccoM. Uy tho mere net of seeking it
thuVHhou. themselves villlansat Iteart,
ndJ..m allord Uli tlle VwI,e9t ,1M.
fllctiou t he Ulfcm I1akun ,n th
a6.ur,.i,y ;vill bo.
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fllamllton.coriierof Twelfth ami Poplar
' Prussian feather dusters at Parsons,
' Davis it Co. tf
j Clarnes, Toys, and Iloruo Amusementi
, at P.ockwclKfc Co's. tjl
Very extouslve nrenunitlonfl nro hcltlir
made for the approaching holidays, and
if ybitng liKartsnre not made glad by tbo
vlhlts of Santa C.aus fiuycar, it will be
ubouttho show windows and dNcuss tho
queer, quaint, raro and beautiful goods
nni toys displayed therein, and enjoy In
advance something of tlio deligltt their
full 'stockings will oxcito on Christmas
morning. Alappy .childhood! In the
languago of 0-Jslan:" "go It whllo you
can, fpr wjien you gQt old," et cetera, ic.
For IjitejJtylcs of hats and caps go to
P. Neir, Xo.,7(JOhloLeveo. "
Stolo k Slinul,
John Murphy stolo a shawl, valued tit
fifteen dollars, front Mrs. Newman, yer
terday, and, although ho showed himself
a BucceK.ful HteaIIbt,he turned out it bad
hldlst. The theft was traced to Johnny
nnd Ms. Newman not belugof the opln
Ibti hut !lli of who.slcala'hor'Vhawl.hU'aU
trash, Insisted upon tho iullietlon of tlio
puuphmeiit duo tho oH'one. Ho Mr.
.lohn Murphy 'waiakon boforo hlslloiior,
fipilio Hros, and being unable to excul
pate hlmseli, was asked to glvo i-ecurlly
for Ids nppenraneo before a higher court
to answer, etc. Being unable to furnlali
tliOHo.i;irjt-yjW:ji duJyconitnlUed. j
- First class day board can bo
secured jit,, Walker- and ttiison's for
$5 per wuok. Tlio bill of faro consists of
of tho best in the market, uorved by ox
pert caterers in an unexceptionable stylo.
At Mili spiviioii of tho vear no little
imnoym,co S OXporlanccd from chapped
liauds, lips, ote. JJarciays giyconno
lotlpn is an Infalllblo cure. Thero is no
mistakoabout It; it will euro every tlmo.
Try a bottle and sco if it doson't.
I Xuv Yenr'ii Ke 1U11.
linvoTleturmlned to clve a ball III Wash-
liiulonHlilIJon Now'Yoar'advo, and in
j)0Vsuunco of that determination are now
perfecting all tho needful arrangomontfl.'
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I Tho,as,SUraupo f givcu i,o me imuuu
i tlinliailWalllioono Uial will reiloctcredlt
"iip'on tho company, surpassing In tlio
nomnlotonoss of Its details all former ro
llolIia of.n Uko'olmraoter.'
iloKti Buihaoh, Chkis. Ohth,
Comtnltteo of Arraiigomoiiis.
Dog 7 ood 2y, & wd
Wax-t ipQM f.trChrlsmns troos; u lino
nasortment'of candles, nuts, figs, dates,
raisins , & ., just rocelved and for salo
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cheaper lhan any our piuco
oity. J. Ji, i iuiwm""""lv ""r
First-clnsH day board al Walker A HI' -on's
testaurant, at $5 pox week. tf
Everything lu tho Book and .Station
ery Bine can always lia found at W. B.
Itockwell & Co.'s 08 Ohio Lovee. tjl.
Go and see tlio greclau bond caps at P.
NofPs, No. 70 Ohio Lovee.
Tho complere'st stoch 'of gcntlomen'fl
furtiisliing goods in tlio city , is to bo
found al Miller and Miller's. It would
bo a remarkable want, indeed, in this
line that th6y cafttfot'featlsfttlctrJrliy supply'
ut the vury'lowcst'flgurea' rtfllttg'lti tho
Tho largest und finest stock of gentle
men's clothing, furnishing goods, boots
shoes, hats and caps will always be found
at P. NcfPs, No. 7a Ohio Lovee.
Overcoats! overcoats! Noil's ten dol
lar overcoats are well mado and war
muted all topl ut Np.7.lisOhioieyco;
Ercry thing that can bo In anyfounll,
dry goods hottso In tho cityj can bo se
cured at P. Blelly's at co-it price or less,
as ho is detormined to.closo out. , tf.
A well selected stock of juvenile and
Toy Books at Boekwoll & Co's. tjl
Shell oysters, game, etc., can always11
bo socurod at Walker & ftjlsson's rcslau.
rant. Nov 2 tf
11uIiicm Hoiiiit for Iti-nt.
That eligibly situated business houno
No. S Thornton's block, To nth street, Is
for rent. Apply on tho promises.
Pocket Diaries for 1870 at Backwell &
P. RIelly has a largo stock of lints,
whloh will be sold at Now York whole-
ealo prices. , tf .
Fino two story brick residence Ap
ply to Thomas Gkkk.v & allkj?.
nor 27 tf 03 Ohio Lovee.
Beautiful Chromos' nt W. B. Bock-
well it Co.'s (H Ohio Loveo.' tjl.
Greclau Bend Cup, tbo latest stylo in
the City, forsalo at P. Noll's No. 70 Ohio,
Levee, at low prices. Call snd see them.
No troublo to fchow goods at tills store.
Calf boots at $3,75 at Pi .NefTs No. 79.
OIWbT.evccr " -' " " " " i
Now slock; of Bouemlan Ciiinas nnd
f.umy goods at iP-tD. & Ou'srii) 'it'tf
1 DclayH arc DiiiiKcrnu.
M6thcrs, as you lovo your oftipring,
don't fall touso Mrs. Wliltoomb's.By.rup
for poothing children. Rood tho adver
tisement in another column.
dec" dfcwlw '
A full supply at Blelly's, and going ofl
at actual coat. If
Alaska boots fiiCfeiilo, nt't J$tl1t No.
"79 ObTo Lovee. "Tbo most popular boots
New stylo dottblo-breastod.aaoltkCoats
Just received at P. Nefra. HoV 7(T Oliio
Thor wnblsen's Celebrated Bai.Bello.fH
of tho Four 'easotis, Nlglttnnd Moriilng
atBockwell ACo's. tjl
Jewel Cuiirs, Card Cai.es and Lady's Com
panion nt Itookwollj & Co'n. tjl
'White nhirtnt a, sacrifice at
Noir,-No. 70 Ohio Levee.
Lewis A Grojihon's'iJeidlliliClts for
Fale at P. NcfTs, n Wtor tylo Ujnti ' thSt'
kept byothorliouse In Cairo attheinmo
Uso Ender'a Chill Cure. "It never
fi'lls." . , 1
e4H tii 4
Children's milt at Noil's rroiii ?3,00 tp.
?7,50 for full tiilt, ut No. 79 Ohio Jjtflca,
For good fitting, 'custom mndoelotlN
ittg and the best workmanship on same,
go to NelPs, No. 70 Ohio Levoo.
iiiu ua.tH.- .1
The stock of silk hats at Miller & Mill
er's eomprlsos tho very'latoi.tatyHk nnd
thuflnubt make of .t ,thp4 koaspn pyig
varioty is very great, tho stock largo,
und 'prlcos havo dieen rogulated'todinr
monlze with tho times, Cy lUXl oX"
nmluc. ' ' t( ,
Bowio knives, pistols andeVolYers. A
full stock Just recolvod at Peter NolPs
No. 71) Ohio Lqvoo. . Pookot 'pis
tols 53,00 each, bowlo.knivca $1,00.
Craudall's and Hill's, Alphabot Blocks
at BockwclUt Co's. "utji?
i L; tH-M 1' P'
Ct-iitlrincn'N M'iuter Clnlhlnp;.
Tho miigulficontatock.o'Dylirtor cloth
ing at, Wilier & ?d1lJlqr(,rlUiKtt.-,i,.jry
general admlratloiw 1 Their . avetedaUi
range from the llliest beaver to the c6-
est blankot-all very cheap.iyVi Arioj
quality aud niiiko iiruHUIdorqa.., Trii,
business and drcsspivts.,111 variety and
fctyle, aro juiaptod to alb taU Pauto.t
vests, undcryoir, fupilsblng. gcjods, can
bo found nowhere hi tho city in greater
abundance, of moro'ftwhloiiabloiandulu-l
rablo make, or at moro reasonable prices.
A splendid ast.ovtmeiit pinoaJ,gpa.u yisj
Just boon recelvttd, whlgh, witlisUie iorf
mor supplyimakeA that dopiirtmout very
comploto. If, therefore, you would.dro
InstyWlBoytno'hiost for your money,
Vtntcnc unit llnhttrty.
C. C. Matson nnd C. C. Adams, both
Htrntigory,nrrlvod per stoamer durlngyos
terday uftcrnoon,and tho boat remaining
at the landing until after night fall tho
pair sauntered out In town and took n
drink perhaps sovoral drinks. They ro
turned to the boat, when Adams drew a
slung shot, and with an exclamation
that was understood to bo: "you will cut
me, will you, d n you," commenced
beating ovor tbo head therewith. Knock
ing, IIqtflou down, ho robbed him of $25,
that, being all the money ho could find
'about 'li'ls victims person. Shortly
.afterwards Matson started out
(n pursuit of Adams, and
"riuservlng him' seated In ono of tbo Loveo
taloous, called the services of a police
man Into requisition nnd secured his
arrest." Tho cuso was heard by 'squiro
Br jss this tnnahitr, 'and tho ovldonco
being conclusive, Adnnin was committed
.toJiilPTil default: of bail- in tlio sum of
$300 to appear and answer tho circuit
cpurt ou,a chargo of robbery. The rob
bery Irone of tho most daring that lina
coino to'otlr knowlwdgo in many a day,
and wo hopo tho guilty man will bo held
Tlio -It it Truunit Mean or.
Tho steamer Dan Able has taken her
place in tho Cairo and Columbus transit
trade,. and a finer looking craft, or one
belter adapted to tho business, would be
difllcult to contrive. Slio Is swift, alts up
on tlio water gracefully na a swan, and
has been "gotten " egardless of ex
pense. Thero is not w a faster, or finer
looking steamer on the southern waters,
and we aro quito sure that thero is 11
alcamer nowhere, that Is controlled by a
moro gonial, gentle, manly set of officers.
Tho trip from Cairo to Columbus occu
pies about an hour and a half.
This brief Interval nilbrdsn respite from
rallroad.traveWhut no ono can fall to
o'lijoy. ' A splc'ndld moal Is provided on
tho boat, and tho travclor has tho tlmo
and cohvonlbn'co for dusting up, and
strengthening tho wton for tho coming
fatigues of railroad travel.
1 , ILI Joclcy for Jnuuur.r.
Messrs. W. B. Itockwell & Co. have
laid a copy of Godey for January, on our
tnblo, nnd an oxcellont number it is.
Tlio principal engraving Is a llkotiesn of
Godoy a halo, hearty old gentleman,
quite as full of vanity as of years. The
xontcnts aro varied, much spneo bulng
dovoled to patterns, fashion plates, otc.
For fralo at Rockwell's.
Iko llammltt, Columbus: "Win. W.
Iiiilnnii1i T.'iul f.liuiiKi..
Able, Moitnd City: Tom Morgan, at Lou
is; Allcu Dean, Cincinnati; Olive
Branch, Ht. Louis; Hllvor Bnray, Cincin
nati; Luminary, St. Louis; Natchez, Cin
cinnati; Bollo Memphis, Bt. Louis; Fay
ette. EYansvlllu; Nellie Rogers, fc$t. Lou
is; Ham Orr, EvattsvlIIo; Liberty No. ,
Plttsbiirr; (.'arrfo S., -KvansVlMe; Louis
villo, Now Orleans; Talisiiian, Nashville;
.St. Joseph, Memphis; A. Raker, Enstporl
Dan. Ahlo, Columbus; "Win. White,
PaducaU; Alice Dean, Memphis; Last
Chance, Chattanooga; Bollo Memphis,
Memphis! Tom Morgan, White River;
Fayette, Evansville: Olive Brunch, New
Orleans; yam Orr, Evansvllle; Liberty
No. -J, New Orleans: Talisman, Mound
City; Kllvor Kprny, Now Orleans; Lumi
nary, Vlcksbitrg; Nntchcz, Now Orleans;
Nellie Kopere, Pittsburg; Carrio H, New
Orleans; Louisville, Louisville; fit. Jo
sepli, at. Louis.
Ycsterdav was as brlnht and clear as
could 'bo wi9hod for, and our wholo
population thronged our sldowalks und
levee, enjoying tlio unusual treat most
thoroughly. Ills well they did, for to-
aJay.is.bkuU, und dlsmul. aud diuagree-
able a match to tho weather we lttivo
ueueriillv had since Nov. Uth.
f Thi rjver oltjie tq i'i!tundyesterdny,
nntl lias fauefi K few litciie siheo.
Bu-ines rnntliiups good.
The MJisNxippl roso flvo Inches nt Pt.
Louis, but Is again falling. There Is
only fIx feet steamboat water to that
city,. aud Ico.l rimniu? freely. None of
The Ohio l falling at Pittsburg with
live feet In the channel. It Is falling at
I.oulsvlllo witlt nine feet In tho canal
and seven feet over the fall.
Tlio I'uinlnrVlaud M falling with four
feet on Hiirpoth .Shoals.
The Talisman has gone on tho ways at
Mound City to repair 11 Might Injury to
her stent. Hho will be hero again thN
ovnnluL' to luavo for NuMivUlo. Hho
brongUtiSuji fiilrJLrlp for rcjb-praont.
MwMJtette is 'running in place pf tho
Clara Scott, belwcon t:airo ami i!.Tana
ville. Instead of tho .Sam Orr.
She and the Orr both brought good trips
Tholiial:t'r fifoiigltt 103 JfoNis metal for
Ft. Louis, and considerable freight for
other points. She leaves for tho Ten
nesseo river again this ovening.
TlieiNpvrClIppor Natchez, Captain T.
LerfthbrS, faVrf'o alPHunday afternootr,
rucelvlng-800 tons freight from tlio rail
road wharfboaLSllO Is ftjoautjr. Wlien
she rounded' to' at this port slio koelod
over so rfuuch that persons thought slie
was top beayy, but It Is probable her lin
monsa .power; greater than that of any
boat over on our "WcHtorn rivpra, caused
the niotlpn roforrod (0, when ono wheel
was revorsod lo assist her In coming
around. Klio Is so wide that Itscomd im
posslblo for her to bo "crank."
Tho Ollvo Branch rocoived 300 toitB
horo and tlie Luminary 2S0 ton8.
Thcf -Hlireve dis'liargod 200 skB. salt
heio tlio &t. Joseph :tC0 ludou cotton and
11.. r.i.nlm'lllo 115 hhd suuur. 25 bbl rlco,
hllforthol. C. R. R. , , 4 t
Tbo VYllito is 1110 regular pauuqi iui
Padticah this evening.
Cnt. CltfV?. T, llndo in agent for. r1