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rUllI.I!IIKM II V JOIIK II. OlIKHLY & CO.
II. II. HAIiKKLL, ASHO0IATK KMTOIt.
SATCKDAY, DECKMBliit lb, 18ui.
The largest Htocl:, of ovr coats in the
city, at P. Fefs, No. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
Tho election of a school trustee and
school director will lake place on Mon
,( day, jiext. Parties interested ; should
hear tliiH fact In mind, und not, us upon
a former occasion permit the mutter to
go by default. Bring out good men and
t elect theiii. - ,
Notice Tiilior Brothers live per cent of
shies lo Slstertf Hospital.
1 NelT's N tho plncf to htiy your Shirts,
lie Jitis on hand a magnificent Htock
ut priccHjthul defy competition. For in
stanceall wool flannel ahlrtw, one dol
lar and a quarter each well mude. tf.
'Si - i .
kklirniiU Wntcli Mliilrn.
A tiinti, about 21 yearn of ngu, about
five feet Mx Irichca In bight, black liulr,
iiiounele, black-blue eyes, wearing a
bluek coat, black hat, und blue Jeans
panN, stole ton dollars in money nnd n
vUtualilo watch, in the vlllagu f New
Liberty yesterday, when, going to tlie
rlv5rt hu -tole a ftkiit'aud put out. Wu do
Hot know that any toward has been of
fered for his apprehension; but. we arc
prcUy well Mitisfiod that Mr. Haniual
Tindatl, of that village, would gladly
pay the cxpem-cs incurred in bringing
thursucal to Justice.
"Tntie'i Brother have handsome Holi
L. P. Hutler, E-q., returned homo tho
other dny, bringing with him a Mrs.,L.
P. Hutler In the person of Miss
Bowman. We heartily congratulate
lilm on his possesion of one of tlie moot
Intelligent and amiable young ladles of
tho city one who will make him a
help ruato lulloed. Long and prosper
out, happy and contented life to both
of them, in tho wish of all who know
them, and ono In which wo Join with
picture and genuine heartiness.
Tabor Brothers can't be undersold.
Among tho "country jiroduco" for sale
at the market house, this morning, vcro
cedar Christmas trees of various fize.s.
They were brpught from tho Intiirlor of
Johnson county where thoy are cultlva
ted and alwi grow spontaneously.
It was not a bad Idea on the part of tho
old gentleman who brought them In,
UitUif re, would boa duinand for Uieai
ns Christmas treei. The ragerness with
which tho lot was culled for tho beat
ones, and the regrets expressed over tho
preemption that "all tho prettiest h&d
been already culled out" rather Indicat
ed, wo thought, that in uvory block, If
not on uvery hide of every block In the
city, there will bo r. Christina treo on
Chrlnlmas morning to gladden and en
thuse tin heiirtH of the little ones, "So
mote It be," at all ovents.
Hee what Taber Brothers oiler to do for
thu Orphan Asylum.
Mr. J. II. tinmen's llcntlll To nluUI.
Tho Athcnuum will bo (Hied to over
flowing to-night for thcreason, first, that
Mr. J. II. Burnett taken a benefit, and
for the reason, secondly, that It will bo
tho farowcll appearance of tho Star
Troupe. Mr. Burnett has deservod well
at tho hands of our citizens. Possessing
first class dramatic talont, ho linn ho em
ployed It ns to win tho admiration and
fricuuVhlp of aU. eur play-goers, and
possessed of a warm heart, a gonial ills
position and social nature his personal
friends arc as numorous aa his acquaint
ances. Of all this bo will recolvo tho
.npsj gratifying assurances this evening
In a houso, filled to repletion with an
respoctablo ladles and gontlcmou as
our city boasts tho presonco of.
Taber Brothers manufacture any aril
j.cJp.of Jewelry desired.
Martha Jano Tack is tho name of a
young lady who visited tho 'Bulletin' of
fko ye.lerday evening, for the purpose of
giving publicity to the fact that her hus
band, Thomas I'ack,had run otrwlth ono
Nancy Jane Barnes. Martha Jano Pack
is not such a woman as tTcryman would
run from, and wo thoroforo question the
propriety of Thomas' elopement. Mar
tlia Jano was dressed after tho stylo of
Uiom who llvo upon tho bauksof White's
croek, Tonnesseo, having that cadaver
ousnoss of featuro that Is usually borrow
ed from a long solgo at fevornagor. On
ly last Sunday she aud Thomas were, ap
parently, as liappy a couplo as lived on
Willie's creek. Thomas "made bollevu"
that ho was the most devoted of hus
bands, and Martha dreamed of no more
pbrfect domestic bliss than was, here.
Bat tho Horpeut came In tho shapo. of
Nanay 'Jane Barnes, ("and an uglier
crcotur you novor boo," says Martha) and
with that serpent Thomas Paolc loft tho
country. This Is tho wholo story. Mar
tha Jano behoving that-itr would do her
yood'to advertise her faithless husband,
called on uiy and tlio result Is boforo tho
reader. "Do you wati, T'iquihs to 901110
baok lo you?" quorrlcd wo. "No," re
plied Martha Jano, with promptness.
'j "lnou he's ruined away with that Ni
oy' J uo, Barnes I don't, waijt anything I
J. ('.'..'ill.' I.I... 1TMJ l.,Jl. lj-L. t l I.I.
llo'rftuck Uer. Lot him
Tho llnesl Btook of Sllvqr-pltttcd Waro
' A Mnltorfioino'iTlinl I'l-rsonnl lnli?ia(iirc.
As long ago as tho month of Septem
ber, wo commenced publishing compli
nientar notices of tho Metropolitan
ritarTroJpe. When tho company ar
rived In Cairo v. 0 had given it thirteen
notices of the most ilatteiing aud friend
ly character. Wo did this volunlairly
because wo believed that tho company
was a deserving one, and would con
tribute to tho eutertulnmeut and amuse
ment of our citizens. The arrivul of the
company was announced by us in tho
most cordial aud friendly terms, and
that it m'ight make a successful com-,
meiieeniont, tho Babbath day aud even
lng were doyoted to ILh orders for print
ing. For all this wo did not ask on ex
pect a pecuniary return, but, wo cur.
tainiy did expect that the manager, Mr.
Browne, would recognize our good will,
aud extend to us llio courtesy that the
atrical companies usually take a plcasuro
Inextoudlug. But we wero disappointed.
Mr. Browne with a full kuowlodgo
of tho friendly aud well meant service
wo had rendered the company, failed to
give us tlie returu,of a friendly recogni
tion even denied us a courtesy ho had
extended to individuals who had no'
claims upon him, tIz: a complimentary
Invitation to tho company's entertain
ments. Instead of rebuking this slight,
wo remained silent. Our silenco brought
us tho assurance that tho teeming dis
courtesy towards us was tho resujt of , an
oversight, and, aa proof that It was ho,
wo wok furnished complimentary tick
ets, with the understanding thatehould
uny of the employes of thoofllce desire to.
attend, our pass would bo all-aulllclcnt.
That wo believed that no discourtesy had
been Intended, and that we accepted the
explanation as entirely satisfactory, aro,
eTidened-by the quarter and thlrd-col-i
by the quarter
umu notices of tho exhibitions that fol
lowed. It Is truo, Mr. B. refused, what
all othor manager have done as a matter
of profit to themselves, to advertise with
us; but for this wo eared nothing. W
houostly dcslrod tho success of the com
pany (aud still do so), and, therefore,
give It daily notices for, which any citi
zen would pay four, flve,or six dollars per
Our return for this was ln.3uh Jiofate
the lapse of a week, Mr. Browne, orsomej
ono acting by authority, declared to an
ofllce boy bearing our pom, that he'd "bo
tl d If he wasn't gong( to, Mop Uiat pjins
butdnos;" and shortly afterwards he did .
stqnit, with; u percniptorJDCM that wan
evidently Intended to bo ofronslve. and
which could not bootherwlso construed,
For erery nass Jsued "wo had nald at
least $1 60 In pjluting, and as they wero
written at Mr. Browne suggestion, his
refusal to rccognll thohi wa .a ti affront
which wp would hayo resented with-too
severity it deserved, had it been poMlblo
to scparato him from the company, for
whoso success wc feel as solicitous as any
citizen of Cairo.
If thero Is In Cairo, or any where else,
any Individual who would have extolled
Mr. Ilrowue'a management In the faco
of ibis kind of discourtesy and Insult
from him In tho face of proof that It was
aud Is short-sighted and faulty, that In
dividual is distinguished by a tatneness,
a Forrlleness of nature, wo cannot And it
In our heart to either imltnto er envy.
Dramatic companies, llko tho Star
troupo, aro Immeasurably dopondonl for
existence on tho good will of tho press;
and that mauagor who falls to court, pre
serve and appreciate that good will, Is
short-sighted, to say tho least. While
wo say this of Mr. Browno, wo Join most
heartily with tho citizens whoso names
aro appended to card In anothor col
umn, in commending tho other members-
of tho company ai gentlemen and ladles
doservlng well of thopubllc.auil m form
lug tho most tulontod .dramatic troupo
that over VIsUpd .Cairo, or, trayetyuV n
Gold is'down, and so arc tho prices of
Tabor Brothers' elegant bijouterie,
Tho lliuli for TlckttU,
In tho Great Henderson Kentucky
Prize Scheme has fairly set in, aud Ills
now a question of doubt as to whether
they will hold out until ttio day set for
the final drawing, There aro only 62,861
tlckots In tho wholo Schomo, represent
ing 31-1,320 la prizes, besides au addi
tional inducomont of fS.COO In green
backs, to bo divided among tho winners
of thu flrit hoven prizes.
Vo understand that over three times
ns many tickets havo boon sold during
tho past weok, as were sold during tiny
previous week. During tho present
weok it is expected tho sales will bo con
slderably Increased from last Week,, so
uulcss our friends procuru their tickets
very soon thoy will loso tholr chance to
partiolpato in the euterprlsoat all, 'This
Is certainly tho best supported and fairest;
schomo it will over bo the privilege of
tho publlo i this country to patronize.
Tlokets for salo by W. I. Rudil. CaJro
city wharfboat. , fit
Taber Brothors'.' Bohemian -I,
New Year' Ke llnll.
Tho Bough and Ready l'Iro company
havo determined to give a ball In Wash
ington Hall, on Now Yoar's ovo, and 'in
portiuauco of thut determination are.uow
porfectlngflll tho upcjiful arrungonionts.
TJie uHsuranoc Is.'SlYeBjthRpubAicitliut'
tho bull shal bo ope that will reflect credjt
upon tho company, surpassing In thu
completeness of Its defalk ail -former re
unions of a llko chartu'te.
Hoijkht UniHAOii, Ciiiiis. Oivri.J
, JJENKY MAUTIN.
Committee of Arrangements.
We will give fl vo percent, of our Hales, I
till tho 1st of January, to tho Orphan j
Asylum and llvo per cent, to tho Sisters' t
Hospital. Our books, at all times, open j
to inspection of Treasurers of these Instl- '
tutions. Tajjkk Bkotjimw.
To J!Im MAnv McWilmasu, MIm Haw Pctxam,
Mr. 1;iwin Brqwm:, ami tlia othir ractnbtrii or tho
Metropolitan 8tnr Compnny '.
The citizens of Cairo, knowing tlie
superior excellencies of tlie justly celo
bratod Htar Company, feel that they can
not pormlt Its departuro from this city
without uwardlug it some expression of
tho high appreciation in whlcb It is held
by tiicm. They but express the universal
feeling when they assert that Its repre
sentations, with scarcely a single excep,
tion, have uot been excelled In this city.
Thoyioel that ,it is but Just that each
member of a company, composed of ar
tists who aro, as well, an honor tosoclely
as to the- 'profesalos they ropresout,
should bo especially named for their
merits, but when all aro m deserving It
is difficult to lndlvldiallze, and yet thoy
must speak of Miss Katie Putnam, whom
they regard as one of Cairo's daughters,
from her long residence here In times
past. Bo assured Cairo Is justly proud of
so highly omlnent a young artlatof Tliey.
are assured that they but utter tho truth
when they assert thatKatio Piltna'm, for
tho diversity, of her representations on
"the stage, can not be oxcelled, and that
they bespeak, r her, at an early day,
position on tho-American stage becond to
To Miss McWllli&ms is due the highest
praise. 6ho has fev equals In her line,
and they would ask (hat tho earliest pos
MbldoVcnlngbo"sc't rfpart aa'a-bonoflt for
tills worthy artiste-Cairo's old favorite.
Tim nmlnmit (Itonoa Vif Mi Mnfrnnnll
t fitar cpy they ansert, must bo
. . '.'.,.. ' ..
personal ability or uio management.
We arc your friends and admirers,
t CAiKojilMi., Deo IT, 1W9. ,
A. n. EafTorrJ.
C. w. Orf n,
' XT, It. Morri,
II. )l. C'Uli'Ivf,
It. II Cunnmtinm,
Imvj W.il Igr,
O. Wimttuo, ,
John X IMttcn,
W. p. lUHMsj,
llnjnc" .1 Hon,
Woor It tlctihonpr,
KnnU M llunJloj,
J. i. CrftuUr,
J. II, Jonci.
AV. J UunUi ton.
The W. 1U!I.t,
AuJ liuuijr ofnet"
Taber Brothors, still alive.
' 1 iJenilcnieii'H Wlhlrrolhl
The, magnificent Htoclyif wlqtc
iigiit Miller & Miller's chiuleng
Hk't Miller & Miller's clialienges very
'general admiration." Their overooats
range from tho finest beaver to the coara
est blanket all vory cheap when tho
quality nnd make aro considered. Tho
busiuess and dress coats, in varloty and
stylo,, arc adapted, to nil tastt-j. Pant,
vest, underwear furnishing goods, caif
bo found How-lieu In tho city In greater
abundance, of more fashionable' andrUu
rable make, or at more reasonable prices.
A splendid assortment piece goods lion
ja-ttbccit received, which, with the for
mer supply makes that department very
complete. If, therefore, you would tlrets
in style, got tho most for your mouey,
go to Miller A Miller's. tf.
Tho stock of Bilk hata at Miller & Mill
er's comprises tho very latest styles and
tho finest mako of tho season. The
variety la very . great, tho stock largo,
aud prices havo been regulated to liar
monizo with the times. Call In and ex
amine. tf -
Knit jack'ou, all wool, at the actual
cost, at P. NeflS, No. 79,OhloLovco.
" Oamio.Tku, Dec. 16, 1600. J
A . B. Samord, Dr. O, W, .Dii.nm.no, J.
WipCoX, and imny others: 4
Cci'ffrtnrn-Yoor-most 'flattering letter
has this moment leeu handed to me. On
bohalf of Miss-Kate Putnam, Miss Mary,.
McWIlllams aud ho Metropolitan Star
Company,:thaq you sincerely, ond
should It be our fotuue to revisit your
cltViLjOur earnust eideavors will be to
merit your esteem aid a coutluuauco of
Yours with respect,
ISrtvi.N Buow.NK, '
Manager Mothpolltun Star Co.
Taber Biothors 0.111,11, you "whah
Thero was a, ggneraj ingathering of
frail 'fair ones," 'yesfcrday, heforo
Squires Shanncssy aud Dro, .pfllcer
CtimmingH having descoiUed upon nnd
surrounded nlno f( fljem without t,ho
loss of ri , slnglo man.. 4
IJpforo squlro Shanncsiy, Madamo
Eliza Riley and Eraoltnu W!lf6rd, Mllul
amolselles Emma Whitehead, Maria
Marless, APAanu.i 'WJlllama and Cora
Laoy,,wore each fined $10 and trim-"
m'ingH. CoraCralg,'Anua"Johcsou aud
."'uss Jl'llllcoddy,',' wero, brought, beforo
Squlro liross. Tho latter, as tcopor was
'fliie'd ?25 'and the'two first tamed ?10
oaeh Tho .WAys of the traiieKrefisor 1
naru, mat's a met.
Do you want a stylish hat? NefPa Is
thoj pqo and, ho, only plauo vto,flnd
'U)o;n, of, ajl (io latest fashions and, In
great alAujdapco, His stock, lu this i'lne,
cannot bo equalled in Cairo. tf,
. 1 L , -
-T R'jer Brothera will gl vo money orgoods
for old Gold nnd Bllver.
JUkiU (Mode for Mut.
, Fifteon share3 of ono huiidiod dollars
each of tho capital stock of Tho First Na
tloual Bank of Cairo, will be sold for forty
flvo,centa in the dollar, in currency. Jn
qulro of Mra, Q, Hamilton, corner 12th
und i'oplur alreo( 1. DccStf.
A well selected slock of juvenile and
Toy Books at Rockwell & Co's. tjl
P. Rlelly hak a Jargo, stock of hats,
which will be sold at Now York whole-
salo-prices.'- '- '.'- . j f.
Now slock; of Bohemian Chinas and
fancy goods at P. D. & Co's. tf
FJrst.clasBday b.oard ut. Walker &.SiSr
ou's jeslaurant, a$o per week. tf
Wax-tapers for Chrlsmas trees; a flue
assortment of candles, nuts, figs, dates,
raisins, &c, Just recolved and for salo
cheaper lliah' rfhy'Wtibr -WlHco- !u tho.
olty. 'J.' ir; PlUllIps'iopBJfKo'tllb'custom
housefkl - " i! itn t 3t
DclnjN nro DnngeronH. "
Mothers, as yoji. .lovo your oflspring,
don't fail touseMrs. Whltcomb's Syrup
for soothing children. Reed tho adver
' JX fiill Htipi at Rlcliy'K; And gohig otl'
ataetual cost. tf
Everything lhatfv can bo Ih anyfdund
dry goods houso in tho city, eau bo e
cure.d ,m- P.jRlcllyBnJspjlqqorjless
as ho is determined to closo out ' tf.
I. 1 .:
oiien oysters, gniiif, vja
be kocsred at Walker it SIsson's rcstau-
Nov S tf
IJtiAlBrtiN Ilonne IbrKent.
That eligibly' situated .huslifesi houso
No. 8 Thornton's block, t Tenth street, Is
for rent. Apply on tho promises.' 1 "
Pookct)Diareso5 1S70 aBeckwell iA
Co'a. - jjjf
Go to P. NofPB" for tUc mjp3t;rrtMon.
able clothing. ' ''-tf
, j , -t (
The Continental Is the only cook stovoj
with bildln oven doom.,.,. Warranted In
all rcspecls. ' pjtcher i" Ienrif, at 198.
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
uov20lf, , . 2 , ,
1 1 1 4 I" 1
Isi'ants. Much BUflfcrlnclo.thesp.tein
tier II tt(o bu'ds of the human famfly might
bo allayed by using iMrsi iWhltcomb's
Syrup. Seo advertisement In another
column. - Dec.13 d&wlw. ,
: ; . 4,
100 cozen genuine English and Lislo
thread 1 nockay at atfeat reduction in
fornierpricou,af Peter NefPs, No.70, Ohio
....1 ai...i. A .
$5 per week. Tho bill of fare .consists of.
. . - ... . . ........ . 1. r " '
or yto nescin.tiio maroj,i sorycu uy ox.
per:cutererdinau uuoxceptlonabl'! stylo
lArsoBnnilnAll6l!9'nnd toycK soUfj
at P. D. & Co's. s ' 1 -xr
i'or'RtBt! ' ,
Flnp.two e.tqry hrlck reshlqnco. Ap
ply to TllOMAS tlllKKN & AJ.TuIIN.
nov 7 it 03 Ohio Lovoe.
Beautiful Chromos at "wT B. Rock
well it Co.'a- OS Ohio' lioveo. tjl,
. , : t r
Thorwaldseu'n Celebrated Bas-Reliofs
of tho Four Seasons, Night and Morning
at Rockwell & Co's. ' tjl
Jewel Ca.iC5,TCard Cases and I.fidyVCom
panlou at Rockwell & ,Co'. tjl
1 . ,'?a.vo,yflu c,ou thqAJaiJa(bo9taj?J,TJiey
aro the most comfortable boot in uso. For,
sale at P. NefTs up. 19, Ohlo.Loveo. tf.
.ri-nif in i no ''juhi.
Crandall's aud Hill's, Alphabet Blocks
at Rockwell A'Co's. - " f fjl.
Evoryth'liig'lAie' ob and Stating
ery Lino can al,vayi bo found at W. B.
Rockwell & Co.'b OS Ohio Loveo. tjl.
1 Tho' corhplolest Ht'ocTi' of getAlcmeii's
furnishing goods in tho city , U to In
found at Miller ami Miller's. It wouji(
ho a remarkable wnntp iudced, lu tliis
lino that thoy cannot Mitlsfaotorlly supply
at tho vory lowesF figures ruling In too
markeUI ' eVM .Tf .11 tf.
Holiday aoona jit Paiuons, Datih
u Mil w 'ii.i "iiii" nm
II.i Ktidur'H Chill Cnro, "U llCVt-r
For good fitting clothing .roody maijo
or mado to ordor, go to P. Nefl', NoT9,
OHIO ivoveo. m
,.Ui'.i- . '-2 .. -I.-, j...- J
W. H. Schuttdr
W M M tr-r m w w- I
Hole agent, Cairo, lIMnois.
00 !tf Sm
writing-juesKH, v ora-j v mm c"3
. ffnrtf'1'nl.in'npll M '
mont. which he wlltsoU v.qTy.lp.yfiCFl
... j. j
Elegantly bound Books for the Holl
daya' At Wi. B.yRoeUweJJ ,& Qo,,if ?jQhlq
LoYc.Q , -v ,., - a W''
Photograph Albums from '26 oulfl, o
$20,00 oach at RookwLH.Rp'ff ' 41
. . Checkers, Chcrfs, Crlbbago Brd-li'P0
and. Dieo Cups at Rockwell & Co's. J
Acrand ball will bo glvon by4hJA
yuiro Casslhoo lm oyenlng of Dcunv
ber 27, 1800,
uu. tjommitieo 01 rrjtv
. r m . 117... K t . I
m. Buuuft, " immmti
m, tit I J 1
Gamos.-Toys, uudtllomo AmuMiiMOUts
'ut RocUwoll'JjCo's. . nu'jtjl
If yoiijjrMit to buy urH'cncapeif limn
they wcrTever ercdTiTfJalro, wllFciy I
at P. Rlclly's,1 ,Ho"1!ms a good assort
The Public Hchool ExUbUlon.
That such lcaclior3 as niny dr Iro to do
so, may spend thc.'r holidaya at homo,
tho time for holding tho public wchool
exhibition lias been fixed for next Wed
nesday and Thursday. Lot this bo ro
mombored. Wo shall probably bo able
to furnish details on Monday.
Brothors havo splendid Dla-
That the theater programmes wero
not circulated, during past week, at
least two hours enrlier In lho' day, was
duo to tho fact that tho carrier boys
would not tako out any until tho wholo
thousaud woro printed.
Taber Brothers take pleasure In showing
gooVfs if you don't buy.
A 'pocket-book was found In tho He.
Nicholas Hotel yesterday. The owner
can' obtain the same by proving property
and paying for this advertisement. 2t
t'' . 1 ' .
Gent's calf boots only 3
rfi, at P. NefPa
. 1 tf.
Ill .inUii , . 1 -i.i .""
Wlmt It I . ml What It Jw Not.
Theso truths nro solf-ovldoilt. Phal-
on'sVltalla' or Salvation for the Hair
M neither. nUcky llko raolaues, normud-
dy llko gutter-puddlo; it Is on tho con-
wry.WiMP .ulM ob3a, -limpid, aro-
natics'harmlo&s, and will restore to gray
hair, whiskers, beards, and mustaches,
their origioual color as certainly as tho
Buushlno melts thb'anow. 1 w
tl.UKf. HY-k m y ..
Illcli ! IteBtilifnl I Aiiroirlatc.
iTho rtasoiA .why fathers, anothcrs, young
jas and, lasses may bo soon, at nil times
01 uie uay going lowaru anu returning
E., W Budco-'s Jewelry store Is becauso
those gentlemen, have Just opened a now
stock, and such richly chased and elas
gjjaly oxni',mpnted'fillyer',Tare,8Ufih ele
gant coloTana,Hi'lYer, watches, such mag-
IflplpiJqelry pa .they jinyo provided,
wero never beforo pruscntod to tho Cairo
irublle.,-lRemember tho holidays uro at
hand, and don'tyou purchaso your gifts
nitll you havo visited Budcr's and ex
amined tholr stock.
Almost giving aw'ay. NolF Is soIIIik
gout's undershirts and drawers, and 111
(fujitpytiryOiinglii Qqnt's underwear, ho
low that it does not loolc HkJ buykig
them at all. It is more llko glug thiin
'The 'Bulletin' ofllco hvlng besn sup
pjlqd.wlth. Increased mcllltles., U now
prepared. to tlo Job vork chotipor than
over.' Wo arc determined, In truth,
that no olflron shall havo cause, cither
ou account of prico or stylo, for sending
.hlo work abroad. Our ofllco Is tho com
plotcst in tho stf'c, outside of Chicago
and Springfield, aud can porform all
kinds of work for which tho river, rail
.road, mercantile, legal and general
buslnosi of the city creato a demand.
In point of workmanship wo shall stand
unsurpassed. Send in your orders.
Proofs submitted when requested.
Pitcher & Henry's largo stock of hArd.
wa're, cutlery, toolfl, stoves, tinware, uto
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
Dan. Ablo, Columliu. Alnnka, Nw Orletm.
Cllv of Alton, IS. O. I.ily y, .N. O.
lllffjw, ti.O. WUlCiit, 11lt.iUir(.
KnlciuUhlp, Ht.l.oui, MigRlii Hnyy, St. Loula,
For)Ui,auJ.ouU. City of fnlro,loiniilil.
I.uine'ku, Natlivillr. (iuicWittji, l.rwimllo.
Dn. Alilr, ColumbuR.
City oCCniro.M. l.oun.
I.n.ly (Jay, til. I.011I1.
Willi Cut. Si. LonN.
Miig-jU )!), 1'ittilMiri!.
UlitiKOw, HI. LoiUh.
ntj.' cokimenced fulling yeatortlay
about tho time tho report closed, and
tho fall increased to n real old fashlonud
snow storm, continuing violently until
after dark, when ltdecreaaod gradually,
tl oaJud entirely abut inld-night.
Owluglt6 tlie tcmpeWurO tllo'snow melt
ed so rapidly that only about ono and a
half Inches remained 011 tlie ground.
This morning fiTcoTd and tho snow la
uotmeltiug. Clouds obscuro tho sou as
1" fnoVhX hiuVulV..l 'ijf'iuciiciJ slnco
Business Is quita brisk nt tho wharf.
Tho Mississippi and Missouri continuo
amfoouUvllle, with nlno feet at tho for
mer city, aud nearly eight feet water In
The Cumberland is falling with threo
anuVahalf-feot In Hoxpeth Shoals.
' WiofifW our dltiztna' Who wore early at
llfoWor tills morning, Been a very un
usual sight, opposite Sam. Wilsons Boat
Store, It was a WlldCat 1C0 feet long
with two tails. Tho tails wero not llko
Louauully boon on ordinary Vlld
1 Cdbibut wore fof Uto klud'kiioVnaa fan-
tails. Botweon theso tails, wnicn wero
about twenty fl'vo foot apart, was a wheel
which Is used In propelling tho monster,
flycjui) bt (0 fomljil.no gender,' oyldeut
ly! ns her pilot told us that Bho
hiad hfolfght ton barges loden with coat
to.Co'llio juouth 5f tho Cumuenumi nvor
from Pittsburg, and had two barges lo
don with coko for 'St. Louis. ' ' ' r
kumajjon apd qjilekstop, brotijilil out
fair trips for reshlpment.
,MiyFortfyUi recelvDtl 70 tonalicro.
Tho Bollo Memphis Is tho regular
packet for 'Memphis, this evening.
Tho BlsuiarlC ,am Richmond, aro ox
itiootcd lioro to-night, for N, O.
" mrl'tr M'chUun'lu 1I11A till ovonliliy.
Likmt tllol&wkiitiim .1 T .
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