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CUBtlSIIKJ) BY '"7 OIlRfU.V A ft
v. ti.' itAMt:. iocr.TK jeuiTon
wiUiKiW'v, mrciSMiiKit 20. mat.
" 'TaliCr'loiliVl'leati't butuitfersold
A wh'l i&lo'oteil stock tit Juvenile anil
Toy lUxtkn at tool; well ft Co'h. tjl
A I Hp Is ti Candy and Wtmwlferry Ice at
"fill to 1. NefPa for the mUmI fashion,
utile doming. ' , tf'
Antfonlitra JHtter'.-, W. H. Hohutler
yole agent, Cairo, Illinois, no 'Jo tlni
Ml1' . 1 1
1'ltohcr ft Henry's largo Moolrof li5rf-
waie, -.iiulery, tools, Moves, tin wan-, . '
. wllj ljt'Soltl(iWltliut reyutd lo v.Bi. if
Miislni'Hk Iliui lor It 'ii r .
That eligibly, situated litiilm-s.i Iimum.
Nn..8Thorntoii'8 block, 'len.b tret, l
for rent. Apply on tho promt'.
Ul. 'li '. W"t lH- i . . . i
Hnloe iuhuj ?,3if'J'Vf (',, ,H' il
yottraolf) nnfif 'Jiiiiuary "l-l j'c'oiuinqir
unndfM enennor. Cniified and dried
ll,Hi!.M!,T of, rQierh W
ii-apat J. if. rbHJIp', I'jip'ito Nfiv
I'tintom tf'iuiV. ' i7tf
Mr. W. A- Itiimi?lHt y t:
urr,,(liAMfrr "tttedrtfit '"with jJ .'
euttnlf oourt, tttwl turned ivtr I. -lri'HA
fnlf, ''(, in Mm Miiwtf&irii', Mr.
William Maitln.' t
m-- - - - -
Ttibei BroHiorsrMt"vc-huritUm t
t ( '. . v i.'. '- - l '
..Thi! . Miburnlau tin .company ilian Just
rocuivod a naw nozzle with several tip,
am- of which will oaablo (he company to'
throw water ithotit n mile ami a quarter.
Phrftngrnph Album. from 2" uenLs to
29,60 wieh nt JUhiUwoII iU'm'k. Jl
ThvSir Knights, Aveailtigthelr fchowy
.uulfprtn ami regalia, ueio. o it Ju force
hut night, thu occasion being thu in
arallallmiofoMcer., at the St. Charles.
The" CotnmanUery here embrace mimy
of our very best citizens, li well ofllcerod,
anil In a very Nourishing condition gen
erally. For gond'httlugVInthlilg' really made
or made .to-order, go Jo J,. tNiU',-.NO'7P,
Oh l I,e'ee. tf
Oo . wio .'Talxir Jimthdn' llohemlaii
The rhlpinents nf life utoek through
f'aho, during the jiast mouth, have
hteii frtqucut and coimiderahle. The
stock pen a uf.lhu IlllnoU Cunt nil, are '
brought Intu ft aeut mo hy the arrival
mule, horses an I other cattlo.
ThorvvahUeii's Celebrated J)aItellcfri
of tho Kotir deatoijK, Nli;ht nnd Mijcplni;
at Koekwel! A Co. ijl
The Meljoanilm.j T.:iit' fiy Uiat it
having been fonti out that one Cuph
Kl.er wai living1 'vuh a. woman, of
doubtful virtue, ' t ie ' yn of tliu town
wuut for tlieaxj U ls, and thuy vainotod
If tho woman' virtue U no better than
the 'Tiiuca' innn'ri I'liU'Ilsh, tho boys are
not much to lilaine for "'going for her.'1
Thu "colored Mhsou" so-called led
by the 1'hujuix brasi baud, marched
from their lodge room, last night, to the
A. ,M. i, chinch, where they Installed
the olllcer elect for the ensuing year
Tin-re wuH.cjnllOa largo turnout)
.kJlavu you teen thoAlahkabooU? They
aru the most comfortable boot in use. For
wale at 1'. NeiPn uo W, Ohio Levee. If.
Gold Is down, and so are the ptlcr-
Taber llrotliers' elegant btjonttrle
Jewel ('aiies, Card Casta and Lady' Cum
jujnloii at Ilpckwell it Co'd. IJ1
While mentioning tho salef" Levge
Piim of live jbouulid JqU cui-h hi
Imnd, wii oveV5or,V:d lht fnot that only
ti'sTiort time hf;u, Af r Toter CuUJ pur.
uImumkI a louu' the snme block, piylni;
tliartoiWi kuum prlccv 4i,0!li This
otrtAjiily imjieuu it brtthhy ataio r .f.
MM,H;4 - 1 -r ..)'
I'oela't Diarh ! X:i at Ba . ac
C5o'. , ,,,, , UJL
.AW. 'mm i .
.11 II '
whiuli will lu wdd at yew York w'i k
salo prloea. , if.
.KShell.oyaler', gftnio, etc., can always
iio scciired'at Walker & Hlsson's restau
kwdl - "r4 I
"Two l'aducah chaps signalized the ad
voi)ttof Christmas with a light. Fred.
Hawyer armed and equipped with a shot
gun, manifested a disposition to circum
scribe Kd. naUlwiu's Clirlstmas enjoy
ments to tho narrow limits ofa colIlu;
hut Kd. "couldn't fceo It l'V llio.-o laprs."
Whipping. out a pistol hu bhw-1 iway
at Hawyor, and falling to bring down
hi.Vgumu rushed upon ,him, oiiatclied
tho shot gun, and, If wo nay bpMovo the
Paducah 'Herald,' tho surest head in
raiiucah, next day, Avas carried about
on thuflhouldrrH pfjidi Hawyor.
We shouldn't bo. surprised if Hawyor
lias concluded that Chrlst-inc. aint a
..ii. ' . i. ....., . .. , i
AliuV6(t giving aVy. Joir js Holliug
gotiOs uiuleiiBhirtH a'ud drawers, and in
faot.evorythingin Gcnt8 underwear. o
low'Hliat 'it ilbba not' look llko WluK
thorn at all. It is more llko giving them
.Ticket holder in the Henderson land
sclicmo will no doubt bo grently disap
pointed by the announced postponement
of the drawing, as there is not ouo.in ten
who dlil not expect lolltid himself u rich
man this morning.
Coiioi'mlng thn postponement, tho
Louisville ' Courier J ourual ' speaks aa
follows,! ( ,
Thfe'tMitorprise Is a leglUmato one', au
thorized hy our Legislature, aud it will
bo honestly curried out. That thu distri
bution of prizes will he perfectly fair, aud
jutit is sullk'lently vouched for by the
high character and position of tho jL'oro
mlsslonors. Thcs'u gontlcmou arc tho
peers of tho best men in tho Common
Won I th, aud they can not afford lo have
their names connected with any enter
in i-c of doubtful character. Mr. McClai i,
tho owner of the property, Is willing to
let it go at a fair price, but will not per
itnit its sacrifice. Ho dooa not Intend to
hold any tickets himself, oo as to allow
any Imj)UtatIon to attach to him in caso
hu should draw a prize: but just as soon
us it is announced that a sutMoientmini-
yci, o: ucKptfi aro soiti in wnnvinr tno
, d.MVii'tig it v;Ii he i4u'j. , I
rn dP!ttj,) wniffi is no?eary t pro
toot'' Mr. McClaiu from low, will bo no
dlsadviiutnue to the fortunato hOlUdrluot
tho tickets .drawing tho farms. They
will receive thu louts for tho properly
for tho year 1809, as well as for 1870; arid,
in, the land hrlngi an average Annual
rental of about twelve dollars per'ticre,
it will be seen Unit thl?, Item alone 'cuts
no Inslgnlilefiti' nViirt In the li.U of
prize!. We ! - i 'ind conversed '
j with the (. ti.uil" .is and aro a
I sured lln.t IhH puitpullemcut will luCihe .
last. The drawing will come olfatthe 1
I time announced, or sooner If tho sale of
mckoh warrants, or tnu last dollar paid
fur tlcktts will be promptly returned, by
them to the purchasers. The mondy will
even now bo promptly returned to such
iicKi-i'iionier. as may oeoissatisiieu wun
the p'ftponomcnt, but wo imagine tbprv
.will lie few calls of thu kind. Those
who havo Invested have no doubt, watls
lleil theint4dvci of tho integrity oTthe
enterprise, and all that Is neeesvary to
iiuuio a rapid sulc of tho remaining
lii'Kets is lo satisfy tne nuolic ot itic reul
cl.aracter of tho Tlenderson Land
.Scheme, and how it dlll'oia fom tho
Login and swindliugHclieiucsorigluatint;
..jjfev,' YoA: and other cities. '
Taber Hrolhers will give Money or goods
for old (fold and fill ver. .
.Checkers, Chehs, f'ribbae UoardiyDjcc
and.liloo Cups at llockwcll fe Cos. tj
Vnr lUMt. " -
Fine two story brick TeSldetke. Ap
ply to Thomas Giiekh & allkn.
nov 07 U 03 Ohlo-Luvee.
Chill "Cine. "ft never
MCi:.SLS FOR I MO.
I'UO)llT' KENKWAL Ui:QU!lli:i.
Notice Uheroby glvon to all merchant
yitlooti-kcepcr, draymen, and nil oilier
persons interested, that theio must bo a
prompt coin))lianco with the provisions
of the ordinance requiring a renewal of
licenses on the It dayof January, 1S70.
On aud after, tho oth ot Jnuuary, all per
sons who shall have failed in this respect,
will be promptly prosecuted, the pollco
of tho oily having beon pnolally charged
to proceed, without further notice, to tho
prosecution of all who may then bo dc
JoiffV ILOukit.y, Mayor.
Attest: John IJidW.v, City Clerk.
."Vfpif Ver' Aililro. , ,
The caf.len of th'a, Uijlli'tiu,'. or par
ties representing themr will waltVpon
our pi ruus on aaairday nioring, with
a 2few Yflarh' C.iiwtlog, iwiil we bx!eak
I r them a reception Inkcoplng -with
t'-.o'well known amiability and liberality
nf Cain) people. Tho manner aud mat .
ler of the tuldres', will, wo hope, bo pleas
ing. It will contain. aside from iu rhymnj
and a calendar for 1670, tho abbreviated
buliiuess cards of ell tho advertising jia
trous of the Cairo 'Bulletin .' Lookout
i(fn for tho Carrier boys, and "do unto
X:t aycu Mould thn r'hers should
dn i:ntt yctp'iujiler similar clrcum'
NetrH Is the place to buy your .Shirts.
H has on hand a magnificent stock
at price) that defy competition; For in
staticB all wool llaun'el shirts, one dol
lar unci a quarter each well mack, '(f.
. -v.. ; ;. ui ' (.?
i'hijjllUQnl stutli of isilverplaU'dY1'1"0
in lliocltyatTair Jtrother.V. ' .
'i ' ' "
Games, Toys,.aud Homo Ainuse'iiients
at Hoqkwoll-feCo'S. , tjl
nio 3Iiiiloit KlbatU School tVktlvnl,
Measm IMltor o( Did lliillrtln:
In, your notice in last ovonlng'H paper
of tho social reunion or festival of tho
Union Mission Sabbath School, to bo held
at tho Christian Church, on i!ofct Friday
evening, you havo mado tho Invitation
rather broader than It was Intended,
Tho luvtatloi was to all thu tejiohorsund
c'llldren now attunding tho school, and
".lose who'Afftc attended, atiddo not ipw
belong to any othtr'school, t'getllor with
their parents, aipl tho frjondiT of tho
school. Tho donations asked for did not
Include -prcsaujy p.f Jdya or books, but ro
ft'esiuuVnts for tho tables The object of
Mission ScliOfdt HOd IW frletidS, that all
may become betteracqualnted and more
deeply interejcipij' (h6, iip,uti 'fjctfotM
cause. - . r
Cairo, Hi;.Deo;0tU;I8Q9: '
I am very llespcot fully.
Tho largest stock, of over coats lu tho
city, at P. FeiPs, No. 70, Ohio Jxvee. tf
1 Wo sco by tho Memphis papers that
our friend, Major Joseph JJarblcro, has
announced himself as n candidate for
Clrrk of tho Hocoud Circuit Court. Wo
onjoyed his acquaintance long before tho
v nutl havo had tho pleasure of ronow
1 1' it slnco tho " bottom " fell out of
that little unpleasant atTnlr, which found
tho warmest personal frlcnd8 espousing
oppos to siilcfi. Tho Major if) a gentlo
man of crlcnslyo aud varied acquiro
mcnls; ofa broad, omprchouHlvo mind
mid liberal views; polished In manners;
morali in hablta; genial in disposition;
with a big heart thatwarniH toward hu
manity as a wholp, Uit one with whom
Fortune has ever played a coquettish
part. .iAU.uough coniparallYelyyoung'
iu-years, few men liavo accomplished
mora than ho In making the centres of
Europo and America acquainted with
the commercial Importanco of Memphis
and tho resources of tho great country
tributary to it. Our first Impressions of
him wero gained from hla very ablo and
elaborato letters la favor of direct trade
between tho porta of (h Mississippi riyer
and Europo an Idea which St. Louis Is
t (tMHptlugMo carry' out M-day: "JThat
tho project failed, as far as Memphis and
her lih'hie'dlato'JriteruHts w"ete lrrvot.vcd,
WR3 through no fault of his. Iudecd, in
.Uiifl,.UM It is iu most instances of tho pio
neers ,of great enterprises, ho reaped no
i- -1.- il. .! ! . j . . . V...1 .
pecuniary prout ior uimseil. mil mo
day is4not distOUt whe the work of him
self and ills co-laborers will .begin to
bear It fruit. Tho cuti-mercial tyranny
to vUlnh. the people of thi great Valley
pre tibJeitet.louslnn cenv, ami pruc
tlcul effect- be given to the Ideas embo
died iu tho Direct Trado Movement,
-.id to him, every one will attest who
lu ever met the Major outside of that
c' y, Memphis Is Indebted for no Incon-
''oiablo share of tho prominence which
o occuplps .among,- the commercial
'es of the country.' HcrpraiHcs, vher
t ?r ho went, wero ulways upon his
" v;-aud as this fact, worthy of himself
i' it beneficial to his city, could not bo
fcenerally known there, It is but Jujllce
that it bo recorded in his favor. The
Shelby COUtiU sovereigns, Iu their elec
toral capacity, should svo to It that tlivy
w"l not, llko tho Israelites aud AthcnU
aus of old, bo found .slaughtering the
i e-itors of their own fulr fumo and glor.
Ilrlilol &. NtllHrell, FniilUy.Urocer,.
fTitvo made ample preparations f6r'tlie
Holidays Iu their llnv, at whoso houic
No. ."2 Eighth -jutrcet, may bo found at.
prices tuiuce t!:e time,' ciocc irrcc; and
cahrurt frutta, jorciitn and domestic dried
ittitf(A,tUtil ffooda, tnU$, akatcti, cs -ftc
tionary toys, and oihert of
variety: u"m ' '
4 ' ' t 9
They will mix their owu oaudiea. Tho
new aud celebrated Alaska Candy can
be hud of them. 1
Notlco Tuber HrrfUkerWUve per'ceiit of
sales to Sisters Hospital.
' .1 1 .. .-i i m m ' ' ' ' 1 "
Ci'ont'w calf boot only ') 75, at 1. efln
-No. 70, Ohio Lyi-. ' ' ' ' 1 ' 'if.
Elegantly bound Hooks for tl.e Holi
days' at W. II. Rockwell A Co., OS Ohio
A II r a ii tl fill No UK
iIcssrs.,Jtoot & Cady, Clilrago, havo
plucd ou our table a copy of u lwautlful
and pathetlo song and chorus, entitled:
"jrothcr'u Waiting for Her Children;"
words ly.E..E,.Roxford; uiuslc.by James
It. Murray, the distinguished author of
"Daisy Dean," etc.
We consider this tho gem of "Mother
songs." So long as mother love endures
so long will mother songs be sung. Moth
er's love! Who can fathom It? What
will outlast it? It comes to us even from
tho other lifuJUwhchV.ou,r loved bDee
go, and tells us, as does this boautlful
"Mptln'i nu jitliy;, inotlitt's yr&l ing,
Wal..a fir hr cUiMrea oniho oTr wcnil rtiorc,
Wlu'rc ilio aont I Clk-J wlh ra,ilurr,
inJ llio Iruohoatt filutu noroore."
lleautlful Chromos' at W.
well t Cpy3,0.hp,,Lovco, ,
tjl. Seedier ltalsius at Bristol &SUI well's.
Taber Brothers manufacture any arti
cle of Jewelry 'desired CJ ' v ,- r
Htisfat Hoekwell & C'o's.
Tho Coiitlnentiil U thfjonly cookstovo
wltli sllijing'ovon doors, Warrantfd lu
all respeetH. I'ltoliff Jc Jijjnry, in. 11)2
Commercial avenue, cor :uth street,
Thcro Is scarcely a family iu town that
hrts.dijrlng tho rtceut cold spell, escapca
tho importunities of beggars. Strong,
I party, but generally very filthy fellows,
vo.pn'tho beg for'souiethlng to eat, al
' i oat every day, and, strango enough,
ilve ouf of overy six of thorn "came up
njin remphls," .where, they couldu't
StCauyYprlcTJiey jnonJfesL,a great
ouxjejy. for a Job. no odds how small;
arid" mbVtforthoal-comraodatlon of this
class, than for any other reason, wo
have, during tho paiit ten days, perin'lt
ted.jprj .( w49odyto Jiemn backyard,
lows apply J.qr ameal,,Awq, arflc them
place tho wood underislioltor; and If Wo
meet wlillW bfteritiece'sl Uian ha at
te'ndecl ItrSoTirfTtlr'iv'oTjdIiriia apfto
rot where It lles.'Th'e'r "Invariably re
fuse, and with a "tq h 1), yjth jtyir
wood," slam the tatb after tllotii', apt)
stalk otr highly ioftl!U4v "The loafing
vagabancladxw'tiAVSHfciwork, aud quly
beg., because thoy aro not ingouioua
enough to steal. Nino out of every ten
of them deserve arvigotous applleatlon
of a heavy boot toe, instead of the to
stomal of anything lu charity.
Tito i:otigli nuil Itditily 'h Kow Xtnv I'.vo Ilnll
Our ball going youug ladles and gen
ion aro quite happy in anticipation ol
o pleasures and galotles of tho Hough
' I Koady ball lo ho hold Friday oven
It will bo a grand success, as all
3 afl'ulni of that excellent company nrc,
i tl will meet thu expectations of , tho
most sanguine. Tho managers aro now
active iu tho determination .of tho tie
t. its, have securod the best muslo to bo
ouiaincd iu tho. city, havo installed .floor
,iager,s who Know, exactly wuatto uo
n ut when to do it to instiro full har
mony and satisfaction, have cngago( tho
services of skilled prompted iindwllgeo
to it that hqjiaricJponJ.a,aro.,courtcou8
lv (li1 rVi9yf anJ disposed of,
aiid'tliat everyll.'lug posset ofl tut it h
customary with thu Rough and-Iteady's
tonttVtnIWlf'3tlinTi9 Air.' ' ltehiepiLerT'tFo
bell Is given aa ah observitiido of Now
Year's eve; tho prico of admission Is but
u trifle, and that, if there arc any surplus
I 'ads above expehsj,-tlfeywill Inuro to
the benefit of a 11 ro company that de
serves well at tho hands of overy citlzeu
of CalFor ta-
Ofllousehcld and Kitchon furniture.
I will sell at public auction on Thursday,
Dec SOtb, ot ten o'clock a. m.i .'it'th'e
reildeiiee of Fred 'Tlieabolfl corner-d'
Fifth and WulnutSt., a largo uecortmenl
of parlor and kitchen furniture, consist
ing of sofas, chairs mirrors, carpets, bed
stead!, center tables, dinning tables,
wardrobes, wash utands, safes, bureaus,
hvutlng.btoveii, cooking stoves, etc., etc.
fjalo positive and without rosorve.
Taber Brothers havo splendid Dia
monds. '. 4 '.ill
Knit Jackets, all wool, at tho actual
fKwt, atVNun.' 0,70,-
Everything Lu the Book anilStatlon
y Lluo can always bo found ati AV'lk
cry. iiluo can uwaya
Hoekwell fc Co.'s 08 Ohio Lovee.
on's restaurant, at 53 per week. tf
A laborer named Pat."Collius, arrived
lu l'aducah Friday evoniug, from Win
go, station, on tho l'aducah. aud Gulf
Iuvilroad where, for eom time ho had
be.pn lah,6rlhg."'klt" wa$ .his, pufijbso to
take tho first boat forNow Orpans that
ba might," iu.'upmo of!.lio Inlinaaries
there, havo his eyes treated'. TrOm tlio
'Kentuck ati'of yestorday, wo learn that
on Salardlt? otefilAfc thfAUf Sht1 was
found lying dead in the strouts near tho
post olllce, hbj head having been split
onqh with vnn oxo bhjitellft. A'ntl ali '
Uils forlhc fjfDor l&th'o hiilf.bllnd man
had about hU person! Horrible! Sus
plcloucllianop jpmegro 'iwmuili Ocorgo
Jackson. After a twenty mile chase this
nogro wu uirorttctl, and U now In oon
flnomont. The nrrost was effectod by
marsliiil WJIcox, ,wJio, by thu .way, is
one of the mo.'t active polled blllcersaifd
eflleicnt deteoUveij Jnt tijs.pirt of tho
" Issippl volley.
Poultry for tho Hotlday'3 at Bristol &
raiVdnll's andHin's'Alphabet Blocks
f . Rockwell & Co's. tjl.
Taber Brothers can Jell. .you "whats
Wo liiir it Hftttctr that' the Katlo Put
n n trojipfl la,fuml,tQravlsU.X.'alro du
r'ug tho Win tor. Our citizens havo u
vyc p) .wlcotuu iurrotei roc for tlio team
pauy. I;i tho liands of an energetic and
popular manager It would noon become
both rich aud f '.mous. To-night aud to
morrow night U'holds'forth IU: Hender
.Thu-fctook. of.fillk huU atrMilier 'Mill
er's comprises tlio very Jntest styles and
tho Illicit make of the teasou. 'Vho
variety is very' great, the stock largo,
and prices have been regulated to liar
monize with the times, ('all in and ex
TalerBrtherSi still allye. ... tl
P. Rlelly lavjig determined lo close
out tho balance- Of Ills 'goods at Hip
earliest possible moment, will Jicjicv
forth sell aiiythlngon hand A'rcosr,ANii
T.KSJ THAN COST! tf
Contributions to tho Mission Habbath
School festival havo commenced pouring
in lu unstinted abundance. Thoyotigsters
will havo a feVttve'timo of it, aud there
will bo much that. .will obgago and
amuso persons of muturer growth. Iu
connection wo publish a communication
to-day tyhjeh we Invito partlctdaraf,
tontldhV ' '
New YnrVKe lull.
Tho Itoiujl ap.d, Ready .yjp company
have determined to give a ball In Wash
ington Hall, on Now Year's ovo, and In
perfecting all the needful arraugonionts.
The assuranco Is given to tho public tlmt
tho ball shall bo one lhatwjy feljoot credit
upon''tho,coWpahy, surpa'stdng In tho
completenos3.ofJls,lotalU;Ul iormor re
unions of a llko character.
ROUEKT UUIllACU, CUIUS. OllTU,
H'KN'KY MAllTXNJ l . L)
Commlttoo of Arrangements. ,r i
Deo 7 eod Uw, & wd
furniture wllbo sld at;vauctlon at 10
o'clock a. in., to-morrow, at tho rgsl
aul1..YLuuWA,h. Jot (NDliraa jsqrasj
tables, . boadstedsT'ehWrj, stands, Bufos,
etc1,, afl1n prlraoonler, havliii' tjhy
bn lUaed a 00iJprWlvlysl)kO4VU'iiii(
Tho Bale is without rewrve. Everything
will go for proolaely what It will bring.
1 ' A STABBIJiCI AFFAIK.
A ncero Ntnblicil Novell Tlsaef.
Y'esterday afternoon whllo John
cev. a w i tn man . mm Knvprii nocrroei
t ' a
wero working lu tho hold of tho steam
I nil! tintirn nn nlfnrrtnflrin nrnan. tvnin
1 ica to a light aim tno serious if not itui
littn... ..r ... A x v
' vorson or thn nmilr In I iU: that w it
no account and ought to bo knocked
IliA linml n .1 . 1 41 .... A..nMl.Ani-r
i jif iv rfiiiiii.il rnninr inrriv. wn
and commenced buatlng him. Having A
heavy, dirk-blade pocket knife about hi
lurou 110 urcw u, aiiu 1110 ncgrocu I'"'
suliiir their attack. lie defended hlmsol
as best lie cvtild. In doing so ho stabbed
ouo of tho negroes six or seven timos, In-
lllcting serious wounds upon tho arma
and back. Laccy then dropped Ids knife
aud walked out in to town, where, in tho
course of an hour or two. noliccman Pat
rick O'Callihan overhauled him and con
ducted him to the calaboose. Tho woun
ded negro was convoyed to tho hospital,
where" lie now lies In a very critical con
dition. Ga'nav is in (ho count v lull whro
ITcwlu await iho uciion of the gralid
Jury, to convene on the third Monday of
i i i - i i i
Tlio Atfrnrtliui In Ntlll .Hillut allied.
Tho fine display of silver and plated
ware, Jewelry In sots of tho most olcuaut
patterns, lluger-rlngs, breast-pins, braccA
lots, eu If and collar-buttons, studs, loekr
ehf, lino gold and silver watches, watch
chains, etc., etc., continues to attract
customers in largo numbera to tho Jow
eliy Vtoro of E. Ss W. Budor, corner -of
Eighth streot aiiU Wusliiugton dvouub.
And the low prices that havo astonished
I'livera, still obtain tlicro!
ah a aerfc arf ratwiyj jrno cqn tompjure
giving and exchanging New Yoar'n gifts,
wo have n lqBbt.th.at ilmler's will con
tinue to command a largo run of holiday
custom. They havo articles suited to
all ages' and conditions 6r life', and thW
goods will In all cases come up to their
' ll.i'.l.lnKOoo.i.. "
Tho complotest stoch of gcntlcmcnjH
furnishing goods in , the cl(y , ll to
fou' d at Miller and Miller's". ft woutj
bo a rcmarkablo want, indeed, iu thl)
I'no that tiey auumtiSatlsfajtorlly supply
nt the vory lowest figures ruling iu tu
f - r i i i
It may have occurred that as many n
u halfdorion of our subicrlbcM failed to
fcclvo L'oplos of yesloHlity's 'Bulletl!
Thcr4ocwos,a lultcount of blank paper
th.it made us short, and It Is probable
that, on tl it cauut, a few of our reat
cr wpre, lor a single day, deprived of
the pleasure of reading our "Invaluable
Journal." The fact howover that mis
IftkeiJ'HHinctlnies occur In the best regu
lated fatiiilfcs, will probably oxcuso us.'
Sco what Taber J3rothur;.ofrer to do for
tho Orphan Asylum.
100 dozen genuine English and Ltslo
thread fcoukrf, at h great reduction Iu
fortnnrprlcestPeterLNefPH, No.70, Ohio
Loycc, ( tf
Do you want a stylish hat? NefTs Is
the placo ' ahd tho only phico to find
thepi, of all tho latest fashions and In
great abundance. His stock, lu this lino,
cannot bo equalled in Cairo. tf.
How lit Cniiuiiriiro (lie New Year.
Go to Miller & Miller's, ami hiinnlv
yourself with on,o of thosn elegant suits
Which tLcy aro selling at prices that
usio.iish competitors. Dou't forirettho
hat, underwear, nor the hoso nor ueok
Iky irinia .equipped, you will feel ro
comfortable that you will outer with zeal
upon thu keeping of your now resold-
Hons, and will Hole so resnoctablu that
you will bo- gladly welcomed into tho
bust Tlrelci of Bocloty, male or female.
Vr-w tl' Tl'inni It nn nilMl iK-n nlwiiit ll
.Miller A.MIIler'H suit havo an elovatlng,
ohrNtlaniziiigoueat upon tho wearers.
ilea 27 d 1 w
On Mruda;. nxt Aldermnn Tlieobohl
..ill l.il.-A lil. I .. rn r iirw Tor Tiirono. Till.
.ring tho past four or 11 vo mouths his
... .....I I.. .1.. 1. m
lion 1 III IIR L" H" oai'i aim in uiu iiojiuk ui
.......tut in, l lu u-firiti'il nlivnlonl vli'nr unil
i i-fe.M ...ft ' j "
buoyancy of rlt ho hss determined up
on this trip. Wo wish him n full realiza
tion of his hones.and an early return as
sound and healthy mini, His family
will remain In tho city.
WtTwill gly.e.flvo per coat, of our sales,
till tho 1st of January, to tho Orphan
Asvlum and ilvo per cent, to tho Slstera'
Hospital. .Our books, at .ul, tjmes., opoir
io InspeoUoii of Treftstlrers of tU6s0 instl-
"PAiMWilrAtHArakeplea8lre In shmcinn
griofl.if I r ytftr'd o"ri fbny.
FIrsUi.xiwas;v way rf,bQnrA..,aan be
secured at Walker and Slsson's for
?5 per week. Vlfo MttMrh' c'ohsIsU'of
o.' the bestrituliiKHmrket'.tiiejrved by ox-
f inn" jWfrtiii ,'t
Twouty good qhopnors aud rafters
vnlCiiMl Afpply before .the 3d of
deo. 29, dilt.
W. M. W1I.MAUS.
Hvjn lip livThninM lv.ltti llviuti l" T'
dltiti vH'KOltllUkiHJlWK, white, on
nv'nii.l 14fi lilml fot , Uiiut funrtfrll
.ticnn n t.ykcii. Counlr Clefic.