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FRIDAY, DECKMRrt: 2-1. isw,
Move wo'id for sale ul the. Cairo Cliy
SuwM.IIo. duo 24 -It.
-(rv hi m will l)o held in tlio Church' of
tlio P.p ! nt.i r, ChrWraai day at half
l-i t 10a. til., tlio Kuv. Mr. Cowgil:, of
Kv , olllohitlng.
M. I.'. ('Imrrli.
Borvlces In tlio M. IS. .Church, corner
Walnut and lCilitli streets, lo-niorrosv
at II o'clock, a. in., conducted by the
Rev. F. .M Van Tteesc, past.ir. Public
IiivIUmI. .Scats fiee.
Ji wu (. an, f, Curd Cases and Lady's Com-
pum hi at Hoc I: well A Co's.
.u Vr V-v To-.tfarriitT,
Conforming to a custom us old in the
American newspaper pre.- lt. elf, we shall
issue n. paper from ihU olllee to-morrow
evening. NV'u do lliH that the tttutahcr. of
the ollUomuy attend dlvluu service and
Join in the general observance of the day.
'I lie stock of Hi Ik huta ut Miller A; Mill-
i' (.iiiiprlriea the very latent styles and
tin Hi, est make of the soumju
variety Is very groat, tlie stock
and ptlicslmvo lieeti regulated to liar
in lA.v with the limes. Call in and ox
Itullli- (iiil.lmii. i:i.
At Walker 0 SUson's will lie rallied
oll'tlie well-known and celebrated epot
teil ponies owneil by Capt. W. Humble
ton, of Mound City. List now open and
the ponies to be been at the stubloof .Ml led
W. Parker. due 21 dtd.
Tickets (hut will draw anything in (lie
Henderson laud lottery except the capi
tal prlr-o, (which Is covered by ticket
C'.OOOand omethihg, owned by usi can
yet heecured by application to Mr. W.
1. Ittidd. Buy .tome and become rich.
By much odds tlio best blacking in the
markut in the Iigj ptlari oil jiolish, man-'
iifacturcd, a thl Mold wholc.-uilc and retail,
by John Jl Phillips. It roeolvos a quick
and beautiful polish, preserves tholcuth
cr, and Js t-old as low as any other good
'brand. Try It. "Encourage home man-
Male ol ily lTopcrf).
Among other Hales of real estate elleet
ed during the week by C. Wlnctmi, Eq.,
real estate ugeiit, was that of lot 1 1 block
Ohio Levee. Mr. Iajo Klob win pur-clin-cr,
pitying therefor tlvo thousand
dollurH cuxh in hand.
Considering tliu duprwmcd Htato of the
money market, and the fact that noth
ing but the naked lot was w.hl, wo must
point to this tntuenctloii as Indicative of
a LckUr feeling in reference to Cnlro
Nil Pa is tlie plaeo to buy your Shirts,
lie iiiiH on hand a tnagnitlccnt stool:
at prit t that defy competition. I 'or In
ht.uu't ull wool lluiniwl ihirts, olio dol
lar and a quarter each well made. tf.
Tho completest ttch of gontlctnon'.s
furnishing goods In the city , U to be
found at Miller and Miller'. It would
be a remarkable want, indeed, in this
Hue that they cannouatisfactorlly bupply
at the very lowe.it figures ruling In tho
Tin: i.asv cam.:
A fMT ly Urate nail tlien-t
On Mninlny next all city loin upon
wbii h the city taxes remain unpaid,
wlllboh'ild. Judguiont has been ob
tallied, the day of salo tlxed, and, no
further time can bo given. Coiuo for-
ward, the n, wlulo you may, and pay I
yoiirtaxts. Ifyourjiioperty Is sold, tne
pmchuser can exact from you and most
probully will, double the amount it will
now co-Hyou to pay your taxes.
No further notlco will be given. On
Monday morning next, 1 will proceed,
as tlio lawdlruct-sto veil all the lot upon
which tho taxes yetremalu duo and un
paid. John IIylakd,
deoli'-:tt City Collector.
'I'ntmrco Sul-. YtMorii)
Tlio ollerings at tho Planters Tobacco
Warehouse, yesterday, consisted of
ton hogsheads. Thoy wero sold at the
following prlcos per 100 lbs:
Four hhds common lugs, ?fl0 25;
1 hhd common leaf S 00; 4 hhds mixed
loaf 10 00 (, 10 oO, aud 1 hhd manu
facturing leafatSlO 00.
The MUH Ut Ilnilers.
Kcop your eye on tho corner of I'llglith
etreot imd Washfngton Avenue, and you
will sco 111011, women amlchildron, sin.
gly, by twos anjlii groups, dropping iu
to tho jowolry establishment thoro, pre
sided over by Messrs. 10. & W. Buder
If, then, you will glanco Insldo
you will seo those gontlomou
in tho politest and most courteous milli
ner, display the moat magnificent cases
of Jowolry, the llnoat wutohes, ,
lockets, tho most olegant aud 1
fashionable silver and plated wnro over
brought to tho city. Walt a llttlu lppger, j
mid you will see tho men, women aud
children, singly, by twos and lu groups,
loave tho establishment with bright
ened couutouanoos, and carrying ijttlo
neatly wrapped parncls; for It Is, the
of all who'VIsIt Buder to buy, Tho'l
ty and elegance "OP their" goods, and their
low prices are Irresistible St.'
A nulliur Triumph for the ChltdroU.
Parents of tlio pupils, and frlondsof tlio
j public school, aguln thronged the Atho-
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iieum last night, to wltncs? the t'loso 6f
the third uniiual exhibition. As upon
the preceding night, tho exhibition com
menced with a well aung greeting Eong,
with piano accompaniment by Mra. Hal
lowoll. TlilJ concluded, IIshc-j KaUo
Snyder, Luella Fittser, 'Afllu 'Close and
Kmma Jamerf, aud-Munter Kddio Wnlkor
appeared on a uplrit mission, which was
handsomely itchlovcd . These were suc
ceeded by Franklo Carle as "Littlo Trav
eler'' a character ho maintained very
"Tho Old Oukeu liuckct" was recited
by Nicholas Hacker with all duo regard
to Inllectlon, einphuslH and general ef
fect. Jiut for Bomcthim; really enjoyablo
commend us to tlie recitation by littlo
Mollio Cavender-"Tho Kitten's Com
plaint." It was capital.
The "miniature" representation of tho
(uarnil between King James aud Rho
derlck Dim, was creditable, Willie
Smith and George Fraser personating
thoi-o immortalized combatt.mLa in a
very spirited manner.
"Tlie Way to Windham," a diulogue
by masters George Clay and Wlllio
Chrisinan, was conducted with a natur
alnuis not common to boys under such
trying circumstances. They did well.
"The Foxes," by Frank Kdson, was
quite meritorious as u recitation.
Song "Kittle Clyde," by Clara liar,
roll with piano accompaniment, com
manded considerable applause, and
About tlfteeu minute wero now dovo
ted to physical exercises, the pujills ac
quitting themselves quite u.s auccessfully
as upon the irevlous evening.
After a rocos of llvo minutes Miss Ada
Hulllday played a plnuo boIo, which' was
Misses Sophlo Lyon, Xanuio JfeKee,
Lizzie Steele, Fanny Lyon, Mattlo Ud
son, Muttlu Gordon, Annie Simons and
master Henry Vincent, then showed the
audience "How to keep a Secret," and
this they did In a very easy, natural uud
The feature of tho evening, however,
was the recitation by Lucie Williams,
entitled "Baby's Stocking" Lucio,isn
"woo littlo thing," and her baby volco
aud gestures won an applause that caused
her to fear a tumbllng of the houne, in
tho event of her reappearance. . $ho res
ponded to the encore, however, and tk
again applauded, tumultuotwly.
''Tho Mountain Life," a recitation by
Mils Laura Iteuule, was good in both
ir miner aud matter.
Littlo Mollle Cavcudcr, sang "Jesslo
Cook ' again, and wo again applauded
Cor Htratton, a very pretty and bright"
little girl, panegyrized tho "Deo,'" In
good volco and mein, and pointed to his
iudustriou- hublth as worthy of imita
Tho piano solo by Lizzie Steele, wis
executed in an easy, gfaeo?uT manner,
ami deaen'el more applansc than It rc
"a he (ihost," didn't s.earo anybody,
it was vprv iinitnin-'iv rtrillnrel! l.v
but was- very npiusingiy Wtftle'reU by
Mioses Luclo "Yocum, .duiriilllday,
Belda Powtrs, Mattle'a rdqn, Mollio
Blloy, F.mma Jtlloy, JosloPhH'Hs, Jesslo
Phillips, Jeunlo Mckanzie, Sophie Lyon
and master Nicholas Hacker
"Sandolphan," "Playing ..yebpol;''
'Margery Gray;" "Dakirig a Shweat;"
Santa Claust atld "'luting a Phono
graph, " wero repeated by request, and
all the pujills coucuined acquitted them
selves qulto as handsomely, a upon tho
previous-evening. And. hero, wa.euU.
The oxhlVllion Is over, andbolh, teaoh
ors and puplla may felicitate thenieives
upou a grand success. The labor and
exponso lu the production of tho outer
talnment. wore very considerable; but
both children and nareuts havo been
gratltled, a good j.urposo has boon served
I uud who is there to complain'.'
Wo will give llvo percent, of our Kales,
till tho 1st of Junuary, to tho Orphan
Asylum and tlvo per cout. to tho Sisters'
Hospital. Our books, at all times, open
to inspection of Trensurera of theso Insti
tutions. Tahkh Bkothmls.
Everything that can bo lu anyfound
dry goods house in tho city, can bo se
cured at P. Blelly'a nt.c.ost prleo or less,
us ho is determined to close out. tf.
Tho approach of tho holidays had
brought tho services of that oxcellent
artist and gentleman, D. S. Parker, Esq.,
Into aetlvo request. Tho llfe-llko oil
portraits uud photographs, tho match
less ambrotypes, porcelulu audother
pictures niidu by him enter largely Into
tho appropriate ami elegant gifts that
aro to distinguish tho coming holidays.
Ho lias a reputation to preserve, and
therefore '.permits no bad or Indifferent
pictures to leave his gallery. It in emi
nently worth tho tlmo to .call at Ills.
rooms, corner of Sixth aud Ohio Luveo,
and examine his specimens.
Tho Continental is tho only cook stovo
with sliding oveiidtjow.- Wdrra"n.'tod In
all respects. Pitcher A Henry, at 102
d cor ,othM;,et,
' 1( V . ..
AVIiot It In Aud Wliki It Is
Thqso truths aro self-evldont. PhaU
on's Vltalla or Salvation for the Hair
is jielthor sticky llko uioYaslos, iior mud
dy liko guttor-puddlc. It la pn tUq "con
trary a gonlo lluld, clear, limpid, aro-
niutlc. harmless, and will restoro.to gray .
hulr, whiskers, beards and mtistuplids,
' eir oiigioiini uoiur ia uuriHiuiy m t
sunshine meltB tho snow. 1 w
M'AHmn OV WHAT FOL'It
jii:srinmo.v, yasr.nv, m:xrn.
Wo havo daily prcof of tlo truth of
the adage that "otic half of tie world bus
no juot conception of how tub other half
lives." Our peculiar relationi with the
public subject us to moro talosof suller
lug and destitution than wo tould llud
spaco to repeat, should woj dtvoto our
,columu8 to no otheruse. Wo htvo hotM
down, for the cyo of thd.rcadcr.ti few of
tho stories of misfortune and Mint that
huve been repeated lu'.our hcarhg since
tho commencement oftho preseit week.
First,, is that of a nallow-faced,ragged,
sickly, married man. Has threi clilld
reu; till ofthem down with tho ueaslos;
ho was unable to work, had no noney,
ami absolutely feared starvation.
Secondly, Is that of.,a man abut fifty
years of age; llvej in Hamilton ounty,
Ohio; avorythlni; ho had was swept
away by tho war ho being a resitjnt of
VJrglna during that Interval of " un
pleasantness." Ho had just relirned
from Missouri, vhcro ho hoped tocfllcct
a debt due h(m 'was disappointed; had
Just recovered from n protracted ..spel of
i-ickiicss; wax jitnnlle.'s; almost mwod,
weary In bodyatd distressed in mind,
lie shed tears copiously, and avoved,
with an alurmug earnestness, a punoio
to end his misvics by blowing li'is brains
The third apjllcant was an Infllm, old
man from Tiinefwce. His son,' with
whom ho had loon living, and.hlsson's
wife, had drlvci him from their ho-.no;
had maltreated him, oven to tho inflic
tion of blows, Firmly helldvlng that
they entertain!' designs upon Ills' life,
ho was begglnhis way to Irouton, Mo.,
whero ho haj a daughter, ,whom he
hoped would firnlsh him food aud shel
ter for tho hrltf Interval yet allotted to
hlnii - He ha( boon three weeks on tho
way, sleepttt( in barns and out-houses,
untl subslstlt on such morsels as ho
could beg frou families'on his route.
A young bit married man, had been
'Drought to wiuL by sickness. Ilia wlfo
and children lad, for many weeks, boeu
prostrate; he lad not a cent wherewith
to buy medicines or nourlshmmit for
thorn, nor ould ho ledve them while
he worked for money. One of his child
ren was lying a corpse In his house, uud
ho could not bury It for want of means.
Ho was dlscoiragefd, grief-stricken"' and
ns miserable yMierally na want aud sor
row could mate him.
Ayotingp'rlator, ragged and dirty,
lanlled in Culm pounileai. Ho had been
drunk, and vhilo in that condition a
dock hand fdl upon him and beat htm
Haverely, brchl ng and lasceratlng hl3
face, smaihin: his nose, and almost
closing both eyes. In such n condition ho
could secure admission into no board
lngltotipc h town, and lie was prompt
ly driven tven from the salooiu Into
which ho catered towarai aud rest. He
had asked 'or food; anil money, aud in
every singleinstanco had been refused
and generally denounced as a "worth.
less, drunken vagaboud." Ho had not
j tasted food for more thai sixty boura,
1 dunug-Tujsdoy night slept, or mthor
fastaytd. In the eittran?e of one of our
sowers. His bruisocl ami lackeieu.iaco
had closed all Hearts as will as all doors
against him, and whon wft. sav .him he
was "more dead titan aliv."
Tho sixth casoof destitution was that
ofacadavorous,;poorly dtesset country
girl, from Dunklin couuty. Missouri.
Her father had beon killed by,ho bush
whackers; hor mother by tho
fall of a treo during 1 storm.
Bhehad been an invalid durl her en
tire womanhood, ana at uorvais or
months was unable to leavq her bed
Her Irother and his wife, wltlivhom sho
had lived tlnco tho death of h- mother,
treated her with great cruelty and al
though penniless, sho was mtUlug hor
way to Stepheusport, Ky., whertsho ex
pected to Uud. hu uuglo who 01ld tako
eato of hor. Sho hal nothing tollvo for,
sho said, and would welcome death as a
happy termluattuu of her miseries.
Tho seventh, ncd lust lndlvidtal to
whom wo shall reftr, carried under his
arm a small, & vor;; small, plain poplar
colllu. Ho occupies one of tho muuy
huts that ouvirou our city, aud was, in
appearance, but a short remove from a
skeleton. His wife had died but recent
ly, leaving in his charge an Infant ouly
two months old. Ho himself had Just
recovered from a fevoro attack of bilious
fever, in. tlmo tmput away' with Its moth"
or, the littlo child, which he felt had died
of cold, starvation and neglect. Ho had
no moans -when ho was taken sick, and
but for tho kindness of negro nolghbors,
tfould havo died.:. Ho expected to bury
tho child with his own hands, uud didn't
caro how soon ho took hs placo bcsldo
It. And hero, without ropouting half tho
tales of misery and' wretchedness detail
ed to usfwlthinlthollnterval mentioned,
Wo close, hoplog that tho Christmas, up
on tho evo of which wo wrlto, may bring
a Godls blosslutr to those poor, and tho
poor ovorywhejyt. t
llrUtul Sc Slimvell, l'wmily Grocer,
Havo made amplq propuratlons for tho
Holidays In their, line, utf whoso, liouao
No. 32 Elu'hth "strocf. may bo fouud at
iii.aii tn mnal Hin flnin. rhnlf.p. nrrtm ni?
canned fruita. foreign and loi)&(lQ dried
rui(, xUUd yoods, nulsx fArfyf, ??mAc.v;
tlonmu toys, and othcrt 6J beauty and
Thev will mix thoiroyu caudles. The
new and celebrated, Uty 'J(i Ss1
UO IIHU Ol lllIU.
,,w j 1 1 :.
T&by Brothors have hauasoRto' itoii
Tabcr Brothers caa't j),o, undersold.
I, i .I.
Tho lnrgoit stock, of over conts In the
city, ntd FellXNo. TiV.OhiO'LoTco V
A well selected stock of juvenllo and
Toy Bookn at llockwoll & Co's. tjl
a ..ii i ,.,,, ,
it ZZnl S&t uu Bolni5 uu
Angostura Bltter'fl, W. II. Hohuttcr
Sole agent, Cairo, Illinois. oc 53 2m
Gold iH,dojv"i and..so,uro tho.prlcsa.of
Tabor Brothers' elcgajlt'.O'oMj; ,
Pocket Diaries for 1870 nt'
P. Welly ha? a largo stock of hats,
which will be told at 2tow York whole
alo prices, , . . If.
Shell oyster.", game, otc, can always
bo secured at Walker A Sissou's restau
rant. ' 11 NbV2tf'
Tuber Brothers' Bohemian
Alaska Candy and Strawberry
Bristol & StllWell'V. "
1- 'i 1
Thorwaldsen's Celebrated Bas-Itellefs
of tho Four Seasons, Night and Morning
I at BockwcII & Co's. tl)
For good fitting clothing rondy made
or made to order, go to P. Nell, .No 7 (?,
Ohio Levpe. '.. , tf
Notice Tabor Brothers llvo pt'r cent of
sales to Sisters Hospital.
Beautiful1 "cJiromos" Q "w. K
Moll & Co.'s 03 Ohio Lovcc.
SeeJloss Raisins at Bristol &Slllvclt..'
Go to P. NoIPs for tho most fashion
fcble entiling. m tf,
Tabet Brothers, still alivo.
Flrst-dasB day, board at AV'ttlktr,& 8I
ou's- restiurant, nf $-5 pcr,TVcdkV " Mi"
Poultryfor tho Holiday's nt Bristol &
Sill well's. f r i.uku
WrltlugOesks, Work-Soxes and .Port
folios at Kick well it Co's.
t Tabcr Bbthers can tell. you
o'clock."" "- 1 '
-j. -J. 4 ,l
KuiLJaclcLs,all wool,, at tho aatunl
cost, at P. -Tetrf,No.79,'Ohlo.L.vce.
Pltchir !c Henry's largo btook ofjhar
ware, lUtltry, tools, stoves, tinware, otc
will besold without regard to' cosh' tf
' Craidall'a utfd H1ll'FAli.!mbcr Blocks
at Ro.kwoll & Co's. tjl.
Tin finest stock of Silver-plated Ware
In tli? city utTaberBroller, 4M,U
U ICudcr'H Chill Caro. '.'It never
Gimes, Toys, and Homo Amusement
at .'.00k well Co's. . , , tjl.
I'ont's calf booLs only 3 7fi, at P. NeH'f
20. 79, Ohio Lcvco. , , tf
Tabor Brothers munufucturo any aril-
Ja rf f .l-il. .Injlf.l
UU Ul UUIIWMJ UtailUUL " .
Fine two story lirlcW roMd'onco. Ap
ply to TiioiiVSGiuiK.vy.Lirs'.. t
nov 27 tf - -03 Ohio Levee.
Have yon toon 'tho'Alrifikti boots? Tliey
ire the most comfortablo boot In use. For
salo at P. NoIPs no 70, Ohio Loveo. tf.
OnitliiraM IIoHiMiifor Knh'fl- '
That eligibly situated business house
r n m 1 . 1 ... 1.1 l m 11. ..1 1 I..
i.10. o xiiontioirs uiock, leiuu sireei, i
for rent. Apply on tho, premises.
i yV -
Taber Brothers will glvo money orgoods
for old Oold and Pil ver.
- - , . --a
Checkers, Chess, Crlbbago Boatds, Dice
and DIoo Cups at Rockwell & Co's. tj
Convulsions, wind colic and griping in
tin bowels of Infants, cause death. Mrs.
Wtltcomb'aSyxupJs a, tried romedy.lti
cosn only li") ct. dcc-'OiKtwl w.
Brothers havo splendid Dia'
Do 'oil want a stylish hat;1 NelPs Is
tho pico and tho only jilueo to llnd
themof nil therlatestfash(onsTrihd lit
great nuudunce. His stock. In this lino,
cannot 0 equalled In Cairo. tf.
: Elegit tly bound Books for yio 1 roll
days' atiV. I. Rockwell A Co., CS Ohio
Se'o wht Taber Brothora ofTor'to drffo
100 d02ti genulno lngllshand Llslo,
Ihread sicks, at a groat reduction 111
formor prhcs.at Peter NotTs, No.70, Ohio
JLoveo. . . .i l i Vi'l
Kvnrv tr ill tho Book and Statlou
hn found at W. B."
Rockwell & Co.'s 08 Ohio Lovee,
Tabor JJrqthcrs tnUopleasn'ro'lnVioii'nif
goo'iis If yo"u don't buy.
First eluss day (. ,b)afd ,can pbp
aeurod at Walker and SUson's for
$r, per wFek, Tho bill gf jjpuslsU of
of tho beaWn tho market, served by ox-
. .1 j l..llmlll
ibtxi 27, mwmtoWftMnitw:
mouLs': 'iLJt. BTOOKFLETH, . . .
Wm. Alba. tu
M. BlMMMBUtta. GBORUK LlTTMJUt
COL. THOMAS ALEN.
KIH I1AI 1MITII WITH CAIItO.
...""""'""K over lwo yoaru ago Uol.
U..-. ,.!.( i . . ...
TJlomas Mlm luaufc!jtc,, on anxMy
rnnniiMtr inc nn
reconstruct aim onerato tlm r.ilm mi.i
Fulton railroad boUtL.eu Charleston and
Cairo. Ho mado ovoitureH t0 our tfjt.
zeus which wero cousiiVjrmi, mit not
Immediately acted upon, a year pass
ed, and tho Colonel renewed hlsoverturos
'wliic'h. were, that if tho city c,f Cairo
would Issuo to hint a hundred thousand
dollars In twenty-fivo year oight p0r
cont. bonds, he would rebuild tho roud
and operate It in cdnnectiou with tlio
Iron Mountain railroad, under tho samo
rates established for; Belmont. Tho citi
zens of Cairo, witli a surprising unanim
ity, accepted tho proposition, and by a
voto that was almost unanimous, avowed
their willlugncss to issue tho bonds.
Col. Allen was duly notlilod of tho notion
that had been taken, and, wrltlnt: to tho
Moyor of Cairo, expressed Ihls grallllca.
lion overllio acceplancoofhls proposition
aud declared a purposo to visit Cairo
within a period of a few weeks to "glvo
eUV.ot uud validity". lu 11! that had hoi-n
dono,- arid to iuruigurato measuros.to car
ry out hi.s'proposltion.'Months passed by.
Col. Allen neither visited Cairo nor re
plied to tlio letters Jthat had been ad
dressed to him by the authorities of.Cairo.
Other mouths havo since passed,, uud
notoncstupWs lio taken'towards a re
demption of bis pledges to our people 1
Ho may think this a small matter; but
the public think his honor as a man,
is Involved1. . The proposition camo
froihliith ; was pressed by him', aud was
llnajjy accepted; by tho City of Cairo.
Mbn who know Col. Allen and who also
know that'St'LouIs Is averse to the open
ing of an outlet for tho Iron Mountain
fallrpad opposlto Cairo, stated, at tho
.time, that ho would not carry hla propo
sition luto olloct. Theso men. declared
thafsL'ouIsc&uldand wculd pay moro
to prevent tho reconstruction and opera
'tlon of tho Cairo &'Fulton road to Cairo.
'than Cairo could alTord to pay to secure
tiiosqpnu: The.roadihaa njtbtou recon
structed Col. Allen Is ominouslylslleutl
What must the publlq.thluk? ,
To ( placo thoconduct of Col. Allen. ;in
tlmmlldeitposslble light, ho has acted
In bad faith with tho city 0 Cairo; his
refusal to reply to tho letters tiddrested
to hltu by our authorities, Is an Insult
and If ho escape Imputations of a very
damuglng nature, ho will bo ;moro for
tunate than a xroat many peoplu, who
uro cognisant of his conduct In this bo
hulf, think lto ought to be. Thut's all
we hri've to say ut this time.
. Mr. Stone, one of th otuirUiu(j pro
prietors of'lho St. Louis Homo 'Journal'
Is lu tho . city, on business connected
with his paper. He is ono of tho very
few men In St Louis, that can lay claim
'to 0 uergy and business forcust.
W I WHMMH
1'urn! I'uro! I'cir!
If iyou wnut to buy furs cheaper than
they wero overollereil lu Cairo, will call
H P. ltlelly's. Ho has a good assort
ment, which ho will soli very low. tf
Tim J.HNt Clmiicc! Ho All Nod I
- Tills Is the .last opportunity wo shall
lia'e of dlrectliig tho attontlon of our
frieiidHto'tlio GreatIendcrdon Kentucky
Prlao 'Suhemo, tho drawing of which Is
to como oil' nt tho Masonic Temple, in
Loujsvlllo on tho SS'of December. Thero
is itrobab.ly no Sohomo that over has
been or over will bo oiTered In this coun
try, that mcrltira hotter patrouugo from
tho public than this does. Coucelvod
and'eonducted by mon of tho most ro-
ilglous Integrity and of largo wealth,aud
endorsed by nearly overy leading olllclat
aud citizen in tho State of Kentucky, tho
very rirlmo df which Is a pynomym of fin
uut iiil honor tho world over, It is worthy
of nil corillUenwi Tt Is certcnly an lion-
1 ortibo way of disposing of vatuanio pro-
pertj , uitii i iim.-iiiv .i.u.w..!.-
person In (ho ivorld who Is not attracted
Itf t)'Ji)fiC0La"lul't'K9l.r'!y fortntio
n tliliiwy.1.vo.iindorstauii tnat an or
ders for tlckots which reach Louisville,
up to tho hour of drawing on tlio ovou
Ing vftho tISth, will partlclpato lu tho
SoHeine. Responslblo partlds, wljo tiro
lnWif Ih Louisville, or can glvo good
reference thenyDtin order by telegraph.
Until .tho evening of tho -2Uth, UIuKmIh
can hi purchased from W,L Rudd,Calro
city wharf bout. ; u, , ..
T." : 1 '
.Almost glyjiigaway. NeUMs Boiling
uent's undorshlrtH and drawers, ami 111
fact q very tiling In Gdnt's underwear, so
iowi llmt-lt',rtoeJ' riot Mttok illc'o buying
them at till. It Is moro llkoKlying thorn
wt M).a"if:et-alfvory cheap when ho
mifilifvrii?(riik1fowaro considered. Thu
iiilne1.s'ahd dres coat3,,ln variety mid
fctyle, aro adiiptoJ ib all tastes. Punts,
vcKtfl,1undar,woar, furnlslilng goods, can
be found nowherga..tUo cjtyjn.groator
unnnnance, 01 moro lasiuonuuiv 111151 uu
rabip m'il.iof atuViot'u reason iblo prlcc-ir
A.Plloudhl,assoi;tuiont pitco goons
In'etyie. et tho most for yoUr nioiioy,
,0if( A' JT m,,!,',.... "
Ut'PhoiograpU Alliunis from 25 oonU to
120,00 eacU at Rockwell &Co'a, Jl
MCT .'ontltincn, Wtiilcr:loUnp, !
Th4 magnltlcent stockpfvintor ,010th-
nt Miller Ar'MHIor's-C'.iuiiotigcs vory
. . 1. mi.-T- .. ...... 1
mil niimiriiiian. j-iiuu iivoicuiu.'
rvm nio finest beaver to the coars