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I'UIIMPIIEK UV JOHN II. onrni.v A CO.
If. II. HAIIKKLL, ASSOCIATE KIllTOR.
TUESDAY, JJECISMBHH 21, 1HM.
Tabur Brothers can't be undersold
Tho largest Htock, of over eon'ls in tlio
city, at P. KclPs, No. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
A well selected Htock of Juvenile and
Toy Books at Rockwell A Co'h. tjl
A full HUpply nt Illelly's, and going oil
at autunl cot. If
'Angostura Bitter's, W. II. Hohuttor
Hole agent, Cairo, Illinois. ucUASiu
Tho famoui Davenport Brothers will
probably visit Cairo sometime during
Everything that unn bo In unyfound
dry noods house In the city, cun bo ho
cured at P. Itiolly's at cost price, or leas,
us lid l determined to closu out. tf.
T,renuw tho liquor billiard, dray and
other license!, falling duo on January
1st, will In volvo the ino of $8,000 or lp,
000 city scrip, Ihiload of $0,000 at stated
'I ho Continental Is tho only cook stovo
wtilrslldlug oven doorH. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher fe Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
The Worrell Slitern arc now filling an
engagement at St. Louis. If ilurtman
could secure them for a Hhort ncason In
Cairo, they would draw prodigiously
particularly during tho bloukado of the
I)o you want a stylish hat'.' NcfPs is
tho placo and the only place to llnd
them, of all the latuit fashions and In
great abundance. His stock. In thin line,
cannot be equalled In Cairo. f.
A very small voto wan thrown at the
school election yesterday, hut enough to
elect very good men. Mr. Mr. P. W.
Barclay wm elected school trustco, and
Mr. J. B. Boed was elected director.
The gentlemen hare an individual, as
well a a general Interest In tho success
of our schools, and will make eillclent
and excellent oflicers.
x Bilk Unix.
The Hock of ullk hat at Miller fc Min
er's comprises the very latest styles and
the Uncut make of tho "ctuon. The
variety Is very great, tho stock large,
and prices have Imjcii regulated to bar
inonlio with tho times. Call In and el
Tli Kcyallan XXXX Milt.
We are pleased to learu that Mr. John
Fulton, of Watorford, Now York, In now
in the city, and intend, at tho earliest
practicable moment, to put tho Egyptian
mills Into full operation. Mr Fulton U
aid to be a miller of thirty years ex.
perienctf and to possess nmplo means to
conduct the business to the utmost capa
city of the mills. Wo welcome him to
our city, and hope that he will realize all
his business expectations.
VThftl II la A ml What It I .Not.
Theco truths are self-evident. Phal-
oil's Vltalla or Salvation for tho Hair
is neither sticky like molasses, nor mud
dy like gutter-puddle. It Is on tho con
trary a genie lluld, clear, limpid, aro-
mutln t.orrtiloau anil will rnktnrn ti crrav
hair, whiskers, beards and mustaches,
their orlgloual color as certainly as tho
iUiishlne ineltH tlio snow, 1 w
Nancy Brown declares, with a most
jarnest emphasis, that she does keep
i disorderly house, but it being very sat
isfactorily jiroycn. that bho doc, squire
llrows feTt called upon to ask her to con
.rlbuto t'2 toward tlio replenishing of
t.a .I....1..I ml t.iiitilnlnnl Inintllrv. unci
'urthorsumof $5or?0 toward the support
. ...I.. W m.l,.t. Tnn l.linlil
II CUrHIIll UllJ UIIIVII-I'. ut "l""'"
jiado tho arre&t.
Attractive, Itlch, nml lleixulirnl!
What? Why the goods and prices at
y, juuor a, curnur ui ui(jmn nuu
A'tuhlngton. Thoy havo Just openod
t...tl ..!. f nlnlllu l..tl.
jlery, silver and plated ware, and noth
ngtn equal It woh ever seen In Cairo!
f you will drop In there you will confess
hat this Is ho. And varied aud boautl
ul us their stock is. rich and valuable as
Iwilr I.u'n1r- wiilHieM. nlfitf. etc.. are
J.....J, -""f 1
unnrlnr 111 Stvle. UiakO
ud duality thy propose to
ud WlhL, sell auy and everything they
avo FIFTEKN PER CENT CHEAPER
'HAN LIKE ARTICLES ARE SOLD
N ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TOWN.
rninninlw.r Milci nnr? nrnfifr llV It. 21
Ntula a lot or Hud mid I)reaiBitl.
Naucy Howard lathe uame of a colored
'ench who lllled a position in ft Colum
us hotel. About a weok ago Nancy
pencd a trunk belonging to a sister
jrvaut named Lucy Smith, and covet
ig the good clothes piled therein,
iooiiod out the whole lot, boarded the
to Hamraltl with thorn, and safely
taolied Cairo. Yestorday evonlng.Luoy
mlth arrived, and calling on Joe Ar-
old, made known her loss, and In less
tan two hours Joe had recovered th
UIIIIIIK null nail nuiicjr uunniu iiUMur
'rest. Bhu 'Ye taken before 'squire
ross this morning, and having no
lend at hand wjlllng to uudorwrlto iu
sum of $400, forhor nppearance he
ro the Circuit Cou"rt,sh was committed
ine county jaii. .
Kofj) Tour IooMtri Clean.
The crust upon the surface of tlio snow
that foil last night, rendered locomotion
qulto tlroiomo and difficult, this morn
ing. Many thoughtful und industrious
; citizens (tho occupants of Thornton's
block, for instance appreciating thin
fact, and abhorring sloppy sidowalkr,
wet feet, etc., swept tho dopo-dto of snow
from tho front of their buildings, leav
ing a way over which pedestrians may
pas dry-shod. This example should be
generally followed. If each citizen
would devote ten minutes to tho work of
shoveling tho snow from his own prem
ises, In a half hour's time thero would not
be a bushel of snow on the sidewalks,
anywhere within tho densely pnopled
portjon of-tho ity.' 1
Jewel Cases, pard Cases and Lady's Com
panion at Itoekwell & Co's. (jl
For, J(eU '
Fine two story brick resldcnco. Ap
ply to Thomas Gkkkn it Allen. ,
nov 27 tf W Ohio Loveo.'
BHwIaena Ifouse tor Kent.
That eligibly situated business houao
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, is
for rent. Apply on the premises.
Heavy full ofNnmv,
Tho snow commenced falling quite
heavily, about six o'clock Monday oven
ing, changing Into hall and sleet about
midnight. In the morning tho wholo
face of the earth was covered to tho
depth of lira Inches, making it the heav
iest snow fall we havo seen in Southern
Illinois, since the Wlutor of 185.J. And,
from what wo hear, wo Judge that the
htorm has been very general embracing
almost the entire Northwest and South
west. 100 dozen genuine English apd Lisle"
thread socks, at a great reduction In
former prlees,at Peter NcfrsN'o.70, Ohio
Jxivee. , tfA
The Varieties. 1h in full b!ait again.
There was a full hoUso last night, and
the company did tholrprattlMt, bringing
out roar after roar of genuine .laughter
and applause. '
Wo should llko to see Perry' Powers
make money. No, man, taking meauM
Into account, hiu done half as much as
Perry towards building up Calroi Every
dollar he ever made Is Invosted In. build
ings in Cairo. lie makes money for tho
satisfaction it affords hitn,to spend lt
Tabcr Brothers manufacture any arti
cle of Jewelry desired.
Have you "eon theAlaska boots? They
are the most comfortable boot In use. For
sale at P.'NefTs no 7t, Ohio "Levee, tf.
Mr. Lincoln, of 0ntralla, Isln theclty.
negotiating with the city .authorities for.
the use of tho steam power of tho upper
pump. If a satisfactory nrrangoment
Is made, Mr. L. will Immediately pro
ceed to tho vrect Ion of wolleu mills, (In
this city, anil bring them to aampletlon
nt the earliest possible moment.
Just such establish nieutsuu Mr. It. has
In contemplation are needed in Cairo
iiadly. After all, wo must look In that
direction for the means tllat are to glvo
our city additional thrift ami activity;
Lot tlio smoko stacks of manufactnrlng
setabllshmonU rlso throughout tho city,
and then our pormanont prosperity U In
First class day board can be
secured at Walker and Slsson's for
?5 por week. The bill of far consists of
of the best in the market, served by ex
pert caterers in. an unexcepuonaoiasiyie.
Almost giving; away. Neff l selllns;
gent's undershlrta and.drawerw, apJi jn
fact everything hi Gent'B underwear, so
low that It does not look llko buying
them at all. It Is more like giving them
Tabet Brothers havo haudsomo Holi
Kuit Jacket, all wool, at tho actual
cost, at P. Noll's, No. 70, OhloLuvce.
The Arab Meeting La it NlRht.
Tho members of th Arab Are com
pany turnod out in full force -last night
to tako action on the resolutions prepared
on the 10th Inst. As we expected, cooler
counsels prevailed. A little thought sat
Islled tho company that tho city council
had given no affront, bocauso the city
council had taken no aotlonln the prem
ises. A motion, therefore, to defer action
on tho resolution looking to tho dissolu
tion of the company, until tho real pur
pose of the council could bo ascertained,
was adopted by a very deelded majority,.
when the company adjourned. .
Taber Brothers, still allvo.
Use Euder'a CIH
Cure "It iic,vcr
Crandall's and Hill's, Alphabet Blocks,
at Rockwell & Co'h. tjl.
Pitcher b Henry' large stock of bard,
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
-The Exhibition To-morrow Nla;h,t '
By refuronco to the programrae, pub'
Jlshed Iu another column, It will bo seen
what tho pupils of the publlq .school ,ln-f
teud to preseut as their. lrstnlght's en
rUloinent. We need not enlarge' up
on It, or urge tho parent of - the children
and friends of.tho school, to turn outand,
till tho Athnoum, The girls and boys
nnuiAil.- will nodiilt .thomialrna hand-
somely, and there will be a house-full of
folk t He 'em do it.
tt Tear's Eve.
The Hough and Roadies aro making
extensive arrangements for their New
Years' ovo ball, loaTlng nothing undono,
tho doing of which will add to tlio suc
cess of tho ro-unlon.
Wo have, Iu times gone by, had tho
mosllsatisfaotory proof of tho ability of
tho Roughs to get up successful balls;
but hi tho present Instance they intond
to utterly ocllpse all former efforts. Tho
bostmusio nud prompters In tho city
have been ongaged, and each individual
member of the compar.y will tako' a prlde
in preserving tho strictest ordor, aud in
adding In all possible Ways t the pleas
ure and comfort of the participants. t
Go see Taber Brothers' pohqmlon
QaVnettf. ' ,
a, i i a .ii
Wax.-tapore for Chrlsnjas trAjs; h' flno
assortment of candles, nuts, firs, dates,
raisins, Adjust" received aiidlfor sale,
clieaper than any other pl'aiu In the
olty. J. II, Phillips opposite tlio custom
house. 1 ' 3t
Writing-Desks, Wo'rk-Xoxas aad Port
folios at Rodkwell'& Co's. r ' fjl.
Taber. Brothers, can -tell y0'd Vwhata
i r .
Photograph Albums from 2
zo eents to
$20,00 cachet Rockwell & Cp'e
UKerui nttie Houy
"Wo hav6 received from ' '"Slesira
Dick & Fitzgerald, Now York, one
copy each t4of ''How to Amuse
an Evening I'arjy," ,a4UooHof Co
nupdrums and Rlddlei, and "How
to Cook Potatoes, Apples, -Eggs, and
Fish in Four hundred dlfl'orcnt Waya."
Thoy havo. beautiful illuminated covert,
contain 160 pp, and are furnished at tho
low prlco af 30 cents eaoh. If your
bookseller does not keep them, send for,
NefT's Is the placo to buy your Shirts.
'Ho h'as 'on' llanll a magnificent stock
at prices that defy competition. For in
slanco all wool flauuel fihirts, ouo dol
lar and a quajrter each well made. tf.
'' If you want to buy furs" cheaper than
they w,ere,ovor.ofli'red In Cairo, will call
iat V. Jtielly's. Ho has n'good assort'
munt. which he win sell very low. t Hf
'Plio finest stock of Hllver-plated Ware
In the city atTabi.T'BrolherV.
Everything in the Book aud Station
cry Line can always bo found at "Wi , lit,
Rockwell & Co.'s CS Ohio Loveo. ' ' tjl
Tjio proprietor of the Mobile 'Register'
invites tho jedltors of tho Cairo' 'BtYlhitini
to 'a participation In a Christmas dinnor
to bo given by him to tho omployes of tho.
'Rglster,"ln.,the Battle House; 't3 p.
m. 15th lnst, .J t would afford us groat
pfcaurc to attend, l)ut,-ji aundry dealers
in game ajiil provision dnubtloss have ft
In coutoniplatron to.'prcioiU us with n
pair of fine turkeys, a liberal supply of
fresh ftys'teM quail) squirrel, pnilrlo
chicken, etc., wo feel that wo ought to
lie at home to roceive and dlspoie of
' i" 'i ..-..
A grand ball will be given' by tho
Cairo CmssIuo, on tho evening of Decem
ber 27, 1W19, Committee, of Arrangt"
m e n ts ; F. M,. Bto ck vuvrrn,
C.L. Thouas, Wm. AiyA,
M. BU.TEKnUKQ, QEOKQR LATTKER.
Games, Toys, aud Hoaio Amusements
at Roekwell 4 Co's.
For good fitting clothltg ready made
or uiado to order, go to P, etr, No 79,
Ohio Loveo. 1 f t ' U
flriillcitiVB'a Winter cfithlnr.
Tho magnltlcent stock of winter cloth
TuR atf Miller & Miller's ohal'unges very
general admiration. Their overcoats
rAiigo from tlio llnestbeaver & tho ooara
est blanket all very cheapSvhen te
quality nud make are cousldft-ed.. The
bu3lnoh.i Midresnooats, In, vuty aud
style, are adapted To all tastct Pants,
vests, underwear, fiirnMilug gihds, cap
bo found nowhere' In i thd'tity li greater
abuudanco, of more fashionable tnd du
rnblo make, or at moro reasonnbloVirlces.
A splendid assortment 'plecegoow bus4
Jualbeeu received, which, with tlu for
mer supply makos that department Yory.
complete. If, there'fofe, you woulddress
In style, gel tlio most for your monay.
go to Miller it MUlor'sV - 'tf!
Convnlslons, wind colic and griping In
the bowels of JufttuU, cauie.q'entb. Mrs.
Whltcomb's Syrup Is a triod reiuody. It
qosU only 2!i eta. deo20d,&wlw.
Tabors pj-opoio to gjvo Ave per cent, of
their gross sales to the tit. Marys .Hospi
tal, and flvo' per 'cent. ,to the Orphan
Asylunij until January 1st. Ruder &
Brb. aVlthoy will sell jowelry jlfteonier,
cont elienperthan any o"thtrr"b"oiiso In
tow.ii,! so tlatf thoh:patron,Simny give, if
thoy cjJ006") mroe times nvo per cent, to
any ch,arltablo purpcio that may com
mond itsolf to their consideration. This
Is very ontorlBlng, "very dlovor 'oii tho
part of Mosara. Taber Sp Buder, and wd
hope tho' desorviug Institutions' of tho
'c)ty inay profit by x 1 1 1 i ,
Tabor Brothers take pleasuro In showing
itfAodeUf you don't buy.
Go to r. IJjlllsfprUi") mpst fashion'.
auio eioiuiugv, t u
Infants. Muolraulteritiir to thebb ten-
derilttlo budAof.the human family might'
bo allayed By using Mrs. whltcomb's
Byrup. Heo adycrliHcmopt n another
column,' t Dec.ia u&wiw.
Exhibition or the Cairo JTubllo NciinolK, nt
tin. Atlicnicmn, lVertnrHiJn'y nml Thiin.
lay Kvr nlitcii, Jleroliilicr 2i kuiI AH, nt 7
o'clock I". It. , t
Otrc "tl't come ufainrmlh (lladnt.l,"
" CMct of TraJu." Frank Hunn.in, I'nul Crawlojr,
I'hlllyOrcciip, Johnlo Ot.nU, Willie Wmnia, I!iigiie
rill. Willi PrmlKr. l-M.ll.. .Inn HmW Hunl.f
Wljllo. Hliic, Prank Onrl JiinniTq KijaijiUji !" . J
- li'inU It a XiioiUi'tMir." Honry Vincent nud
" niftt'ofthr Fairy Qvtii." tij twenty puplla.
Music, (Inntrumcntal) " inl,i Lucia." IJojIo I'hillla.
" ll'kat umm tf & iMit 'ljniTM.K Hi lri& Johtutnn.
I-oufsa Vin'Wnt'. EJjle"Walkor'.'ltoljrt I)e?ore. Win.
Cunillir, Walter Cundhtr nichard.Knljhf, Wln.etl,
till OtlllTl. .... . lt..l.
'''riattnf&Sli'.i'''iaj lltimnin, farftArnyk, I.lly
Jane., Iaunt Chriadnan, Kate Kartell, hMillo Ilely,
Ucora Chrlstinnn, J61in Lano nai Caraon.Martln.
" Sata CUiui." Mlnnto Hoircm.
' Vt"kt uf Ycnri," Nicholas Hookor.
" ttifkt . Yiixri." ItcMa i'oVcrs.
Hong, Juitc (Xtk.'i, Jlullla'CnronJcr.
" Mai'ltt't I'.ulm cfLtft." Cora HtrMtlon'.
" Hcvend lit Hirtr." Ev.i Ventroaa.
rrrfiinmttl." tk.irlC3.tricnlcr, , . , , , f M
neccss KIo ininutei.
ItoWrt l)Tare nn'i WlJliam
ciiu'liir. - 1
Mualc, (instrumental) ".Jit vnu more." Kmina
' Margery any." Matfco VMon. '
" DaLmg a iktc it." Henry Vlncant.
"Serin tintt'jnt." Molllr Curender.
l"Jaraiul Dt." Willie Chrfilnian.
Hons, " M&AMrif 'c.' t Clara llarrell nnd'Joanle
Pocrn. ' ' '
"Mrfntrfa nut' radoHrler." .., '
"Cvir Jt' run." 'Mattla Oo'rttftn, Spjlm
I.jon, Muln C,iMW, rnnnlb'Iijbif. Jlt'li'Wftnen'.
nlo loier4, rtn1 olnetrf.' i. .,' m
Kay, -irnt't JOrku." Annlo Hliaotnl.
Muilc, ' 7V O'Slunter." A.ln Ha'lllday.
" idlpl m." .IU'tUal'ywfrf:) r n.HU t
Ticmh Fifty cental rcaerrad rtU, aeTentx-flto
cents i private boieij four cldllan. " 'm.
0!ce, nt AthtntPiim, will to,0)en'fr':t)iA aale.of'
reitrred se.itj from 2 1o t o'clouk l'Mt,WKlnn!hl9y;
Itrlatol 4. MllUrell, JKnmlly Grocer",
Have madoi.itpld preparations fcVtho
Holidays In their line, nt whoio houso
No. 32 Eighth street. May bo found at
priceato. neot tho tlme,cofc"rcc;i cufri
canncdjftll, forcijnand damcsli'dt.tffl.
fruits, MtM good', nt, skates, concc-
A .. J... . f . f . . .
iKJimry, iiyt M'tw. Y-1?'- -til tuouuti ana
They; .wll;mlx their own' caadles. Tbp',
new and celebrated "AlatlaVCaiYdy tkn
be had of Horn.
tenant, and a Vary
Mna..Vaii(eveuter will tnvas8 the city
fcvery IbtolllgiuUehnstian family of the
euy. an tnif nooir -.mo JWfry. of the
blbl In collected, and as neftrly as pT?s
sibl the oxact language preserved. Ihe
thoigli'la and flg"uro:are most plbaslngly
pri jeuted, ajdlho ebtlr'e"book of Job ar
ranged In tbo form of a aacreu a ram a.
,The metroal vcrsincatiart of tho poetry
br tho bllfo litis a place In christian
11 tern tu re (hat has.Jonj;.buiiii foltfnsis
evnccd b tho mipiirralleled, popularity
of this volJtno. It can ouly bo secured
b subsciptloif. It will sell on sight.
Tho mecianlcal execution Is splendid.
Price: library, edition,. .$3.73; Center
table edition $5 60; extra ?0 fiO.
rnrulaUlriK iioodnT . ,. x .
The cnnpletest tbcli of" gentlemen's
furnidhlnt; uoods In, tho eltiis-h. to be
found at Miller an'd Miller's. It would
be a remarkable s want. -ilndeed.- iu'thls1
lino that thoy cannot HatfsfaclorHy supply
at the very lowest Jlgures, ullnglu j.tho
Beo what Taber Brothers oiler tddo for
the Orphan Asylum. . ,
Flrst-classday board, a. "Walker & SIs-
u's restaurant, at (5 per week. tf
Dooley's Baking Powder well deserveB
the reputation,. attained as It Is 'by far
the bost and cheapest in tlio market.
No baking powdor has over boon mauu-
facturad so frco frquideleterioha Bubthn-
cen, und so exactly proportioned mat
goodswcot, light, lolls, biscuits or pas-
tory could btmadeieach Umd with suo"
ceas. It Is always ready for use, reliable,
aud require but about half the' quantity
of any other In market. .Iljaot .spoil,
luauy ciimate.'Grocors ovorywhoro
koep'U. - ' ' 1 t
Poultry for tho Holiday's at Hrlstol. i
Taber3rothors will glvo money or goods,
for old Gld.arid BllVer. ''H rr
' ( ' r-1 - ;
Klegantly bound Books for the Holi
days' at W B. Iloekwell&'Co.i' 88'Ohlo
Levee. , tjl.
Watch your, wood and ooal piles. Tho
snow having covered the ground ao that
fuel cannot be gathered from tho com
mons, and as it Is n very genb?a! JmpFes.
alpn that fires, in woathor Iik'S'this, aro
necessary to one's personal, eoptfprf, lt
qiilto reasonable to suppose that unguard
ed ooabapd wood plies wlll'hout'under
contributlpn.to rnipply warmth to famil
ies 'whom tho present cold suap.has foUAd,
CJieckors, Chess, Crlbbase BoardDIc
njiil I)j$e gups.ai lVickwolIti Co'h. tj
, Gont'H calf boots only 3 75. at P, Nes
No70, Ohio Leveo. ' aU a Atf.
Taber Brofh)jra have Vplo'iiUl!vi)Ia
1 i i
Wn will f'lve Ave ner'caiiL of.euraftleR,
till, the tlst of January,' rp,' b jJ(,0,rubHV
ASyluni and flvo per 'cent, to tIjo'.8l9tcrfl!
tospuai. . uur duokh, ai an iiiues, ypeu
to Inspectloh' of ousurers of these Insti
tutions. .. Taueb Ubotusrs.
rays now ucou, uiiuem-riuio ijyrict. it
Is a -Talueio.UiutsHwIld flnd'a'plWe
the llbraryaor urlonHe'entcr. table or.
Gamo will now becomo very plentiful hi
market, and, wo hopp, vIll b6 sold nt
such prices as will onablo folks of ordin
ary moan.s to indulgo in at least tho
carcass of t mbbik An to quails Riid
prnlrfe chlckons, poor folks must satisfy
themselves by looking at thorn and Im
agining how they would tasto "dono
brown." It Is confoundly unpleasant
to bo poor so wo aro Informed 1
Notice Taber Brothers flvo per cent of
sales to Sisters Hospital.
Beautiful Chronios' at W. B. Itock
well Cbv'a 08 Oh lo Le veo. tj 1 .
"BeVdlosa'Ralslns at Bristol A Bill well's.
The calaboose contains four women
and five men. Tho latter might be UBed
to good advantage shovollug tho snow
from tho cross-walks,
.Thorwalo'Boii'a Celebrated Bas-Rellefs
of tho Four Seasons, Night and Morning
at HSckwolf i Co's; - tjl
Two scoundrels eJIected an entranco to
tho post ofllco bulldlnir Saturday night,
with tho ovldont purposo of committing
ahurglary. fBefore they had, gained a
point wHoro they could lay hands on tho
mall mattqr, Ujey wore i admonished of
tho presence f- somebody in tke ofllco
Who would probably "blow on 'aaii" or.
possibly, shoot 'om, Choosing tho wiser
part of valor they ddeamped, bootless
asthey.Bilfi'e. T i j . . ,
Alaskandv and Strawberry. Ice vat
Bristol &' StUwell's.
Slidll oysters, game, etc., can always
be Heeretf!at Walkbr.A.HIsson'a restau
rant. 1 Ifbv'ltf
t' Whilo the weather Is so cold ami
raorfey'iif'Bo'Bcai'cd'it'Ts dociiiediy com
fortable tolIiTe convenient to.a,nelghbor
wliolilt's'a large woodVpllol
Gold is down, and bo aro the priees of
Tabor, .Brothers' elegant bijouterie.
P. RIolly has a largo stock of hats,
which will be sold atrNowl York whole-
wilo prices. 1 ' tf .
A II i i
" , jlaUle-rCtiriatinaa Ka.
At Walker it Blsson'a will bo raffled
ofT the "well-known and celebrated upot-
,ted ponies owned byCnpt. W. Hamblo
ton, of .Mound' Cltyi List now open and
tlio ponios to be scon at the stable of Miles
Pocket DlarJea for 1S70 at Rockwell &
D.n. AMo, Cnlumhu. Wm. Whitr, I'aducah.
Ilea. Sit. J.oula. itltuurk, ril. t.ui. .
V. W.Htra V,Y' V;tla,' Mound City. ' '
' Mlanaola, Mojnj.,u. M , T ,
bari. AMf. rolumliu. Win. Wlilto. I'aJuciili.
Miunol.t, Cincjantul ' I. W. fitrmler, .'inrlnri.it t.
, UMivr, iM.tpiTt,. llinnan-k, t),
A snow storm commenced last nit;ht
aboiit jlurk-and ccntiitued ;narly till
night At ilayligbt..thls morning tho
snow was ten inches deep, but a sleeting
rain reduced tho depth to oight Inches
hyilno o'clock, and to four Inches at
noon. This .anow was tho deepest we
havo seen In Cairo In' our rtsfde'nco of ton
yoar.4, and Is probably . as deep HSihas ev
er. been known bore. Wo havo seen It
oight and six' Inches doep on two occa
Tho rlvor has risen since last report.
Business has slackened up a Uttlo as is
'usual on Mondays.
Tho Mississippi Is falling again,, as we
expected from,th;codweatbtr, and the
rlvor I fullfbf Icoat St. Louis. Unless a
speedy change takes 'placo, that rlyor
will be closed to navigation; to-day or
ito-mbrrow, abova Cairo. With the pres
ent high stage r.f, watir in the, Ohio it
will ba Imrtwilble for tile rivdo to closo
Tho Ohio is falling Tat Plttoburs with
scant nine feet In the channel, and mer
cury down toiy. About four million
bushels of uoal It avo left tuat city on mu
present riso. ;Thj jlvpr K rising fast ac
Cincinnati ' and Louisrlllo. with ovor
nine feet fitter In tlio canal aud seven
feet largo on the falls.
The Boo aud barges rocolvotl fully 700
tons hero for Now.OrleaiiHji '.W.under-
atand that tho Dargo Lino to which ulto
bolongs will operate ouly betweou Cairo
stuihrMew Orleans, darlug tho romain-
dor of tbo winter.
The Talisman roturncd to Nashville
last night .with U good trip of, lnnibor ami
flight. ilUijOa.. Mh: J
Tlio City of Alton has laid up nt our
wharf for repairs.
The St. Josenh has laid un hero for tho
presont.on account of Ico Bho may
loful'for MemphliMQvtlJA'V 4 x
Our l.ovee will soon bo crowded with
ateamard laid up here If the present cold
weather continues at St. Louis. Perry
Powers wIU. tbeu jreania harvest, ns
Bteatiibbatlu'ou lovofuuyu'nd Perr Is tho
only person in Cairo who furn.Ilieti public
am"u4on)e.rita. ' " " , r
Thellello.Bt. IjoXifs'for'MemphU, and
the Walter B. Danco for Shreveport are
Tho quicKstop, (japt,-,iJtf xter la tno regi
ularEvansvlllo packet this evonlpg., ,
"Tlio jVhltf VcfcVuitfoKl'aduoah as. usual
a 1 vbanitl
At OMMKRCIAL AVKNUK,
i si w tno, lUitNow.
sjvcuttlneJone a nhort notice, waiCdt