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i.tllillon Use, Billnlln Dallilln
LOCAL tVEATHr.ll ItEPOl.T.
V. 8. 810. SKtt., OnsKnvitn'A Ops-icr:.
Oaiho, I'cb.iM, wa, 10:11 p.m.
Ilsromotcr 29:73 and thins
Thrrmotnclcr 37 degrees.
titi ... .
ninu norm, velocity 28 miles per
Weather, light rain.
.Maximum tempcrsturc last 21 hour?, nt
l p. m., M degrees.
.Minimum temperature, last, 2t hour, at
10:11 p. m.,37 degrees.
Ul'rcvalllng wind I.it2l hours, south.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
as nours, in.
Total rainfall last 21 hotira .03 inches.
Thomas !,. Watso.v. Observer.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, mi DAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1873
L.inGE slock of dry good nt C. Danny's.
JuU received at W. U. Itockvvoll's n line
selection of new innate, roiisUtlii-' ol soiic
viltrc, marches, mizu:ka. galops, ballads,
1 ou Sai.k 1 lie c utage now standing on
iour uiuci; -ij, npar comer Washington avc.
nuo and Tenth street, L'uqulro nt this of
Ton Sai.k. My entire stock of groceries
saddles, harues and farming Implement", nt
wholesale or retail. 1). Aktku.
The Turner Masquerade,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Wednesday Eve., Feb. 21.
Halt! Masquhi: uir.us I Masiicradr
t otimiM, and Ma .facc-mal; tor salo or
hire during the season nt John Schcel's
nt C. llaiui) .
of dro's goods at louts
II. Able, No. 2 Seventh street, has Just re
reived an entire new stock of wall paper and
window shade, which will bo sold at lowest
rrlecs. II. .Mux.
Luton stock or cui tains and damask's a
A ball will bo given on J'rlday night, the
21st Itit., by Mr... Iioanna Smith, at her
house, nt the corner ol Thlrty.fjurth street
and Ohio levee. She extends a cordial Invl
tatlon to nil her friend-. 2-20-'Jt-
roits a li :.
A complete set ol household mid kitchen
furniture, for sale, either in bulk or bv tho
piece. Enquire at thlsntlice. 'J-lSlvv.
A splendid team of mule-, wagon said bar
ties, cheap for cash, for further particu
lars Inquire of Mr. Cahlll, corner ol Seven
teenth street and CommerciHl avenue.
Lakge stock of wool blaukets nt down
pr,ce at C. Hannv's.
Notlcn It hereby given that the St. Pat
ricks llcnevolent society ball, set for the
21st Inst., Is postponed uutil Easter Mondav
night. Ity order ol thu
AH persons who gave their note- to the C
and V. Hallroad company to aid in the
bulldimr ol the road, are hrrchy notillcd to
mctt at the oIHcc or Judge llro-.-oii Friday
at 7 o'clock p. m. 2-2U2I. "
' TO liOADMASTl.lIS.
I want a position on some road, to keep up
track or put In twitches ; tind-cld's railroad
man. Any per-on who wants one, address
Icr thrc days. Tlios. siikusv,
Laugk stock or brown doiuc-tlcs at C.
The Turner Masquerade.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
"Wednesday Eve., Feb. iM.
K.l'ottA: llaythornc take pleasure in nu
ji iiinclng that they Intend to dispose of their
s'ncK nr hoots nnd shoes now on hand at
positively cost prices, preparatory to tilling
lip their shelves sviih the now spring stock.
Now Is tho timo lo get cheap boots and
hoes. The stock t.i bo sold is nil nr first
ias goods nd great bargains for tho buyer
v .u uc inauc. 2-18-lw
I.aiioc stock ol bleached muslin and sheet-n-o
at 0. llannjS.
At. HAND TUUTLESOIT' LUNCH.
A rrand turtle soup lunch is set every
j-ght at the European hotel nnd restaurant.
I his house has Just been opened bv Mr.
larry Walker, who is now prepared to ne-
ommodate any number of boarders. Mr.
V. has engaged tho services of mi expert
.iced steward and is prepared to furnish
vals at nil hour-. Also good board at mod
rate prices, 1'arttes desiring lirt-c!ae,
urd should iuuutre at tho house, on Com
jerdal aenue, between Seventh and
, '.lihth streets. "MMw.
f Hanh-omk Hue orCubuieres nt C. Han-
i llobcrt Ilea, Cincinnati; C H (icrrard, Vc-
( y, lmi; J It l'cttit, Carmi, Illinois W J
.Ihrlght, wire and sou, Sow Providence,
f mnesseo; A Scwall and wife, Iowa, O J
eltlll, Sparta, Illinois: JMauhlrnev, Coul-
.Jsllle, Illinois; T A Morris, St Louis .1
li 'yblu-on, CloeUud; O Greenly, (ioose M
Jid; S Huusacker, Dog Tooth bend; M M
t'jrtuii, Vloondugton, Illinois C ltup.ill, .lr,
fiw vol I;; J M itoyes, Sew York; W J
ifUulrc, St Louis dames Snow, Sullhan,
tillana; HlMVillett, Lu.iuStou, Kentilck) s
n-eph Hayden, Memphis.
J; !T. CUAkLKS.
, ijjf M Searl- and wile, Hot Spring., Arkan.
VI. Ill,, I I.'fl....s v. i
t i. t. . i
buncombe. For Doac.lowi; S lel!itlr.
LliL-au: T if DkkfV uud utt..
-Vis; Thonus II Craln and J II Orran. .t'
ulj C K Dunning, St. Louis; C fihlck, An
O V Itcardcn nnd II Kclk, city; ; it
i i 3cs, Jitnuesoia; u u ncainmon ami wilt-,
NiTiu Island; M M Norton, Jllooiinn-toii, M
t Wll,...ri mill .1 V Tnrkei-. i'Mrni-nt (1 11 !(,..., I
. . ,.w-w -..., ..vvu
f 1 A Comslock, Clinton, Kentucky; So
Pllie, 2!ow Orleans; K M Jennings, Ken-
l(1ty; Jos Arnold, city.
llELKUOL'i. ASD OTHERWISE.
Turncy's talk las, night was In his usual
Mr. S. O. Hart, the famous Tubal U.
Hip, has demolished I'roi. Denton. He dis
dains Denton because Denton clilms tho
monkey for his "ancestral progenitor." Wc
have n nlrkcl to bet that Denton wlhn ho
hnd not tacktleil IT. Kip.
Tho Itev. Mr. Turney loves a contro
versy. A toper docs n t tnkn to n glass ol
liquor vWih more audlly than ho a fuss of
word". And ho has a great deal ol book
learning! Ho has read much nnd forgotten
little; but hi Information is Jumbled Is n
chaotic mas out of which order canunt bo
Denton seems to bo a deep stream, but
wc r.rc of the opinion the bottom Is not far
from tho Mirmcc. Do Is a glib talker nnd a
good writer, but ho han't ability suillcicnt
to cram down nn Intelligent community's
hroat a religion based upon evidence like
that lurnl-hed by the spirit or the bid son
of tho widow Jenklin. Tho fact li Denicn.
II c most speculators on tho mytcrlcs of re
ligious belief, has a weak spot In his hard
Denton has done cood work In Cairo, by
Inducing people lo think who never thought
licfore. Wo have no doubt anxious In
quircrs alter truth hae, since they listened
to Djnton, been diligently searching flic
scrlptuics. .May they rind what they want I
Certain Christians havo suggested that
lsws should bo enacted prohlHtlmr men
from preaching heretics like tl:o?e Denton
uttered, flood Christian neighbor", we are
actually ashamed of you I You are of that
elan ot men who imprisoned Onllllco and
ran the InqiiMllon. Unreasonable Chris,
tlans like you are woip than inlldels. I.'r
ror is not u.iugernu sviiiie truth Is free to
combat it, and we think truth should )mvc
been trotted out to combat Denton' error.
1 lint s what kind or a man we nre.
pogrlffand rldo down tho ghost ol Donton1
Mary Jenkins' son, or Tim IIUI.i.ktin Is not
tbo great religious organ of Southern 111!
-Dr. Taber Is preparing a courso ol lee-
rures to he llvered at tho Athcnoum In a few
I'lof. Denton, with all hN learning',
skipped oil for other pastures yesterday
-Mr, Tom I'arker lias departed lor Car-
llmille, Illinois, with, It I thought, matri
Mr. J. II. Obcrly, member of the leirl-ln-
ture, I- at home. He will remain a few das .
The legislature has not adjourned.
Deputy Cain ha returned Irnm Jolict. to
which city he conducted -ecral wicked men
who hail been sentenced to the peniten
tiary. .Mr. E. A. lluructt, biHine- manager of
Tin: IlL'i.u:iiN,lsconllned to his bed by
-Ickiif!, hut ho has gut neither tho small
pox northe meningitis
Dr. and -Mrs. Dunning loit jestcrday on
the liichinond lor Memphis, to visit friends
and enjoy the hilarity of Mardl Orason next
Tuc-day in that city,
-Capl.N". L. WIckw Ire of Cairo, Anna and
Carbondale, came to ihc city yesterday to
borrow a paper or chowlng tobacco iron! hl
fricud Col. Wood. Ho got it.
Mayor CorlUs of Metropolis the Cor.
liss who ought to be but ain't senator from
the rifty.rir-t dl-trict was in the city yes
tcrday. He Is as happy a-ho Is be altby, "and
Is almost a goid enough man to be a cltlcn
and mayor of Cairo.
Major Isaac- Wnldcr, .-ometlincs but In
correctly called plain I. Waldcr, took his de-
laiuirc mr a i.ir-on cuy ycsicruay to pur
chase a stock ot spring clothing. The major
is in tlio clothing business and has a btore on
thclccc. Many ol the etizens ol Cairo arc
acquainted Willi him. He is a relative of
Col. IJ. It. Koe, United States marshal,
and Detective Lonergan of Chicago, arrived
In th! city yesterday morning and took
away with them Hays, the counterfeiter,
who was arrested in this city a fw dajsago.
They found In the prl.-oner'h cell $500 morn
counterfeit bill-, making ei,,'i00 found in his
po--c-ion. I lay. refuses to tell where he I,
iroin, but proio..e to divulge wonderful se-crets-"iurn
up plates," expose eonfedcr-ate-
and so forth.
Tobacco sales will take placn this morning
at ItJ o'clock at Straughu and Hlnklo's.tobac
co warehouse on Tenth street.
l . Lltiegar, hsq , is preparing a writ
or Injunction, or something or the kind, 10
restrain tho Cairo and Viuceuncs railroad
from running trains along Commercial av
enue. D. T. Linegar nnd John M. Lansdeu have
ucconie thu law llrm ot Linegar nnd Lans
deu. ltoth these gentlemen aro able law
jers, aim win no Uoubt have Hielr share of
the law bilslutsi of Alexander and the stir
The grand and petit Juries of the term of
tho circuit court just closed In tills rltv cost
tho people Jl,200 10-about S800 more taan
JurWcvcr cost In this county before at at y
lormer term ot the same court. The fault is
in thu present Jury law, which everybody
says Is desperately mean and altogether too
costly. Tiie revenue ol the county Is only
11,000 yearly, and four terms of this
court a year will cost us, at this rate, forlurv
fees alone t?.'i,OIO 40. leavli j: less thin fO.OOO
Tor all other expenses. How Is that for high?
Aooni ton suits have hnon brought against
the Cairo and Vine? lines Itallroad comiianv
litely lor ob-tructlug Commercial avenue In
thin Ity with its tracks and cars. Judgment
lias uccii given against tho company In each
ol these suits for 100 and cos. Yesterday
another suit of the same kind was tried be
fore Judge Dross, and Mr. .. 1'. Wheeler ap.
pcarcd for tho company. Mr. Wheeler
ral.cu the point that the section of the ordi
nance under which tho suit wa. hrousht
while it prohibited the obstructing of Com
mercial avenue and the other avenues and
streets of the city, had failod to proilde a
penalty for a breach of the prohibition. The
ult wa- dismissed at the cltj's cot ; nnd as
nil the other suits were brought under tho
same section In tho ordinance, they will of
course all go by tits board In the circuit
court. Hut the angry men who agree with
us that all lallroadsaro sanities mint not, be
cause of this repulse, weary of well-doing.
They 11111-1 keep at the work of pegging
Tho Methodist church last night wa. well
filled lo hear ltov. D. II. Tuniey' lecture on
'The Hlhle In the Lurid ofMidern Science."
Thu speaker treated the subject 1. ASro
nomlcally; 2. Geologically ; a. Chumlcallv,
uud vindicated olabuiatcly the Mosalu autii.
omhlp ol Genesis. Sol to be outdone bv
the Mary Jenkins story of Dcntoul thu eld.
qucut speaker related an allegory orthe Pur
suit id (iciuilno Science by True 1'hlloso.
I'uj'i r to gD a iiti0
13 it: "Hiding the Hlppogrlir,
or Tho Succcs ol Experiment." -Nothing
but a lack or space or want or time restrain
us from relating It In detail. This evenliiL'
1 1 us fi i..
Jir. iurncy win again lectin e in the M.
COU.ST V COUNT l OUntlt DA V.
In tho mutter ol the confirmation of tho
special assessments of lots In tho city ol
Calio, lor tho construction and rccoustruc
tlon of sidewalk, Judgment by default was
entered again-t lots nnd pieces or land front.
lug and nbtittliigtho streets 011 which such
Improvements wrro made, nnd in which
cases 110 objections had been tiled. Frank
St urges & Co., 1'hlllp llelloy, Ocorgn XV
Kemirlck, Mill. Warren, Jeptha Dunl.tp,
Aa Eastman, Angcllne Whltlock. Anthonv
Courtway, trustees or tho Vlul Mlslonary
iiapusi ehurcn, J. (). l'uctt and (jooii'u W
Uttcrbaek, owners or lots fronting and abut.
ting on the samo streets, throiliih Ihelr at
lomey, Hied objections as to the jurisdiction
ot tho court, 011 the ground that the petition
for ho confirmation docs not contain the
ordinance- adopting that portion of the gen
end Incorporating act r.dailng to special as
seesweuu. Tho court niter hc.iilng the
arguments, ovcruled the objections.
lu the matter of tho estate or Jacob Cau
ble, deceased. The report or Mnns Uud
son, administrator -umU$ta,unt anntio ol
said estate, was approved and recorded, and
further ordered that -aid administrator pay
Ihc balance or S?;W,I39 to the dovl-ee-, of the
said Jacob Cauble, as provided for In the
lat will of the deceased, It appearing that
said balance 011 hand Is a surplus nn tliesalc
or real eSale, nnd the widow's dower in
said real estate sold, has been , t
apart to her. Tliorcwr, ordered that
no part of said surplus be pi Id to the widow
of the balance on hand,
In the matter of Julc Iteno. deceased.
Martha J. llcno. ndmlnlstratrlv, MiliinlllHl
her final report, showing that two years had
expired since ihc granting of letters and
that the c-tate I- fully .eltled. It wn nr.
dered that thcicpoit be approved and le.
corded and that -aid admliii-tratrlx bo 1.
Ilcvcd from all further liability.
In the matter orihe guardlan-hlp orEmMj
and Jeller-on lluii-aekcr. minor heirs of
Samuel Ilun-aekcr, deceased, tho report wa
approved mi the tallowing condition : That
the guardian be chart'ed with fl'i!) 7S. a.
balance In hU hand- due Emitv S. IIuu-
sackcr, one orhls ward-, In place ol'io'Hl 78,
there being a inl-takc of f 10 In calculating
In the matter of the estate ot Thomas I
Morgan, deceived, Patrick, administrator,
tiie petition examined nnd the rcliniiulsh-
meut of Johu Morgan, son of the deceased,
and It was ordered that upon filing and ap
pioval of a bond In the sum or $kO, letters
be granted to the -aid petitioner, J, Mor
In the matter of the estate of Aaron C
Atherton, deceased, ordered that Isaac E.
Anderson, John It. Thompson and ltobert
Martin bu appointed appraisers ol said es
tate nnd make a report as the law direct9.
JONEsilOltOITi; IN DEl-'ENCE
WESTIONS AIMED AT TUItNEV.
JoNP.snono. 1'eb. 19. 1S73.
Ennol; llUU.KTIN I havo been somewhat
Interested in the llltlo spat that has been go
ing between tho Itev. .Mr. Turney and l'rol.
Denton through the columns of your paper;
and, il It Is not presuming too much, 1 would
like to a-ka question. Where docs Mr. Tur
ney get his infornfatlon and proof that "Mr.
Darwin Is confessedly destitute ol scientific
supporters''' lam but a boy as yet, not
fairly upon the stage of lite, but 1 think If Mr.
Turn..')- wishes to follow what tho bible
t.-aches (to give every man his Just dues) bo
will read the books which .Mr. Darivln pub
lished before ho wrote his "Origin of .Man,"
because many of his statements are rounded
upon what he has before written. To do
Mr. D.irwln justice, his books should be read
as they were written : Kir-t, Ids "Voyage of
a .aiuraiisi," iiccau-c In It we sec the man
In a better light. It is not a scientific book,
but In the better lor all that. So sound, un
prejudiced thinker cau read It curclully and
then say Mr. Daiwln is destitute of true, rc-
uucu lecinigs. ins second essay (it my
memory Is not at fault) Is "Plants and Ani
mals Und'.T Domestication;" third, "Origin
ol species ;'-'a.id iourlh, "Origin of.Mau."
M 113113 'fj. HltOfc'S.
THE JUDGE OETS AWAY WITH
THE IT.SHOTOFM.'SSUITFOH EXTUA
Sometime ago E.v-?herill" Myeis sued the
county for certain fees, Count) Judge ilross
having icfused to pa) them.' Tin- circuit
court gave .Myers u judgment. Green &
Gilbert took the case to the supreme court,
and Ilross has had ids opinion sustained,
much to Myeis dUgust. The sum lnvolvul
Is small, but as the same question is con
"tantly arising In this and other counties w 0
give the opinion or the court, delivered bv
Mr. JilSlco Seotl, In tall:
opinion hy .itvnu: HVn.
The defendant lu error at the .September
term, 1H70, orthe county court or Alexander
county, presented two accounts, agaln-t I lie
county-one lor iiuiiu uilug tweutv-lour
petit Jururs," s?l2 (W, and one for summon,
tag oii hundred and elghiy-thrco "talc.
Jurors eiwi ;o, uiiderspeelalcnue.,u(.,
a) mwi ui 111c ciiciiii eouri 01 that countv
to servo as jurors in n criminal cause then
pending in that court.
The county court rejected the claim, and
defendant lu error prosecuted an appeal tu
the circuit court, where a trial w as heard be.
tote the court without the intervention of a
Jury, which resulted In a Judgment in Ids fa
vor lor one hundred and lorty-nluu dollar
liSiVa'icYunr1'' ,,,U 11,11 Umul"lt uf
Thu jiiiiiiM were summoned to serve in a
rrlmliul cali-H, wheieln tint peoplu of Hie
slalu ol lilluob. were plulnllll, un.f Abraham
.Mlsenhcliner was .Ulcndani on a ehar-o
inuider. Ihc evidence shows that the dc
It will be observed that neither the act ol
ISM nor auy previous l,,w Ilxlns tho Ice, of
shclilfi. makch any provision that the countv
-lull pay tho s heiiil'hfces, that heniav earn
iiauycilminal.au-o vsheru the delCiKlaut
Is lound not guilty, anil so the county coul
not be liable ouMat giound.
I e uciemuni in error claimed, ami was
by the Judgment of the elreult court allowed
Ices lor ids i-crv Ices lu summoning ihe jurors
under tho provl.loiis of th0 act 01 inn a,
niueuded by the act of 1h)7, in udallon to
shi'i Ill s lees,
The services claimed lor wcro rendered lu
18,j, prior to the adoption ,,, , . , ,
const lutl in, consequently the act of tw
was then lu forcu uud tho decision m this
eau must turn upon thu construction that
shall be given to that act.
II seems that tUero was no cetcr.il law
Pllorlolsuri Unit made It obllgatorv 11 1.011
the county to pay tho sherltl'. Ices lor Miu .
moiling cither the grand or pe.irjurois. llv
thu act ol ltsld tho sherltl' was allowed lor
siunmoulng a Jmy (grand Jurv iweented)
cotinty.ulia.l pay the sheriffs far such ser
vices. Hy the act of IS 17 tho county commission,
el's court ofanv countv. If thev deemed It
expedient to do so, could idlow the shcrlll'
any sum not exceeding ten dollars for sum.
morning tho petit and grand Juiors tar each
lei niol the circuit court.
Tho net of ItOJ, contained 110 express pro.
vision that thu county should pay thu slid III
his recs as thel lu provided for sumuioulug
grand and petit jurors to attend upon the
elreult court, but If wc assumes that It was
the intention ol the leglslatuie that the
county should pay for such services we do
not think that uv miv just construction of
that act that the shcrlll' could recover for I
ett1. I..... .... ..t..ti...l f..i. It. 1 1.1. ....... 'f'l... I
r.ivii 'Lt 1 in VI iiiiii;.! ivi ... .it... 1. 'v. , nu
true construction sccni" to us to In; that the
fees and milego allowed by thu provisions
of that net apply only to tho regular grand
and petit Juiors stiuiiiinned lo attend nu Ihe
circuit court nnd nof lo "t ilcsmcu," that
ll.c sheilll' may be dlrcitcd by the court tu
summons In 'ciin time. Thu thcoiy of tho
law Is that "It les-Juiois" in e called irom Ihe
"liv sliuidcrs." It mav be truo that in this
instance they wcro s.inmioncd I10111 tho
bodv ol tliu countv" bv thu helill urn his
liallUU. nil of vvhumhovvuver.weru iX'celvin
a per tllcm allovvaneu irom the county lor
their services, it would lie si very tiniea-
conaijit' coiisiruc'ion to noiii mat uiu Uglsla
turu Intended to lirovld that thu eonniv
should pay Ihe sliuild and his ballllt's a per
dlcm enmpeus'illoii nnd lu addition thereto
nllow tiie slicriil's Ices fur the services which
they should lespc-rllvely lender,
'thu uct of l.Ni.'i us amended was n nimrlnl
law nuu;apphcil only to ceilaln counties
mimed ami to .iy tlu least ot it was nl
lotlblllll eouslitutuiinlllv ami wr :ire m.
Wlllim.' to so eon-trilc It as to hold that tlir.
county would In; IIuIjIj for service not clear
ly vviihln itsexpress provisions.
Undor this eoutrue:Ion ol tho act or 1505
thejudgiueiil or the circuit eourt was erro
neous and must le reserved and the cause
remanded Judgment revcred.
Knur rooms lately occupied by Dr.
Wardner, ovor Dr. Alters crooerv store.
So. 113, Commercial Avenue. Enquire
nt tho storo of (.'. D. Arter. 2-'J(i.tf
Steumor Capitol City, St. Louis
i.oso Ititc, hvunsvillo
" Sorthvsestcrn, Snlchc.
lohii Luu sden, Nashville
" INporanxa, St. LjiiIs
" City of Cfceiter, .St. Louis
" llllnos, Columbus
" T P i:ckert, -Memphis
" John Gilmoru, Sushvilli)
" Jim I'l.k, Jr., Paducah
.Steamer Capitol City, Vicksburg
" Itosu Hito, Evausvill'i
" liichinond, Sow Orbians
" l-sperMn7.a, lted river
" Ciiy of Chester, .Memphis
" Illinois, Co'.umbus
" Jim l'isk Jr., Puducah
" Andy Johnson, St. Louis
111a jiludv coal.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both day
md night with either Lump or Chestnut
Coal, lu any qtianllty an 1 011 usual teim.
at the yard at Grand Tower, Illinois.
cial contracts offered on favorable terms,
II. V. Ol.YMfAVT. Coll Vimf
ilOKKi:, Sales Agent.
CO.SMTIO.V OK Till; RIVEBS.
Tho Ohio is swelling 12 inches every
21 hours, and is now 10 feet above low
water mark. Heavy and ugly looking Ice
bogan passing out of tho Mississippi yes
torday, nnd is an interfering with naviga
Hon between hero 11 rid St. Louis. The ice
Is from tho St. Charles gorgo abovo St.
I.ouis, which broke up a fow duys ugo,
ar.d somo of tho cakes arc solid enough to
let daylight into a boats hull should sho
happen to come In contact with them.
A portion of the Iliandvillo gravel rond
In Kontucky is now under water nnd tho
fanners cannot reach thu ferry landing.
Special di-patches to Tun Hui.i.ktix re
port the condition or the Ohio and Missis
slppi rivers at various points.
IIUSI.NK.S8 AND WKATHEU.
Business on tho lovce continues brisk,
and freight is in nlumianco with fair
rates. Tho weather was cloudv. with a
damp atmosphere, nnd good indications
Tho Capital City camu in with her
wheels badly used up by tho heavy Ice
which iho run through from St. I.ouls to
within 11 fow miles of Culro, sho had to
lay up ono night nt Chester, und report
ed tho City ot Helena, Emma C. Elliott
nnd llulle Memphis laid up at Ilrook's
point, on account of thu ice. They wcro
met by tio City of Chester yesterday
going up all right.
auo .norm western arrived from Nat
ones nonny light, nnd lust evening she
was unueciuea what to do. There was
her loading fur Memphis
some talk of
riM. . ii 1 .
auu j.icumona cleared at 11 o'clock
a. m , yesterday, with all tho freight the
wanio.l and n good number of pnssongors;
and Captain Green will rush her through,
so as.to reach .-sew Orleans on Mrdl
Gnu day, If possible.
1 no i.spcraiiz lor Ked river, carno In
with a good trip, nnd added somo freight
" 110 City of Chester fetched out a good
ireigui inn, and reported the ico plenty
ul.il ....... l. f.. . . . -
. i j iiviiv i . ,-snu camo out in twenty
" ' l.ckcrt, after a long nbsonce,
madn her appeornnco at homo yesterday,
mving in tow a nargo belonging to Hulll
day JJrothors, and ono owned by Wnlkci
, ' n --"i 111 uiu ji, J,. .,,:,, ,,, " " " ", if-"- J"'.' s.M'eiiieui
church, and give further scientific pioofs of M'U' -""' chap. 1 1, ,n,;
jJlbleaii!lii.iiil..(i. II. ..till. :
bviujiYiMuojnji.. sue.uw coniiilns no provision that
(...., tl, h..l . .
.V...UU141 vniro received a now
chimney yostordoy. This niorning sho
eMenus nor tnpi down lo Mayfiold creek,
win coniinuo them as Hong as tho
water will allow.
The John Luimden camo in from Nns).
vlllo with a slim trip, but will return v;ith
nu siiu wants.
. 1 ...
vups.u. .si. miuips, vviiilo cngai(fld in
clearing tho drill nvvay from his wharf,
boat Wednesday ovunlng, In somo man.
nor full overboard between tho boat nnd
tho shore, but was Immediately rescued
after receiving a good ducking.
Tho Alleo pnssod lovvn Sunday for
Ouachita rivor without landing hnw
I tl'weby disappointing a mmibor of poople
who woro waiting hero for hor..
Tnu John Gilmoro leaves for St. Louis
tlU morning with ilvo barges of coko.
While shu was passing under tho bridgo
nt Clurksvllle, a fow d-ysngo, hor larboard
f's'itall camo in contact with uio of tho
I'lers and about 8 feet of tho fautall was
knocked off without injuring tho wheel.
1'ver 11,11 Went down in his armor and
" " "J" owlimllon or the bow of tho
Amly Johnson and found tl at It was not
d'.U below ,ho wutor-mark. Tho
AhJy leftforSt. Louis yesterday wi,
two barge, in tow and tho Harry Job,,.!
Captain K. W. Dugan will arrive In
this city on next Tuesday.
Tho rororted blowing up of ono of tho
harbor lugs yesterday Is a lao canard,
City Nittlounl U 11 11 It llullilliiK.
m.Hpfclsl attention paid to oMtrt from sn-nn
DaTTd T. JTlnegiT.
John. M. Laiisiiin
ATTORIVEYS AT LAW
Olllcfi nn S'nt
li i V;V -'s'-ii f unci niut'h.
OIU otllrc of l.liK'KHr, .Mimn X i'opc, 'J-'Jl-lin
BARCLAY BROTHER S,
VllOLESALK AND HE TAIL
2iTO. 7fc OHIO
Iifctail and 1'rcf.crijilion
and L'bjhth street.
COnjIlMNION AMI t'OltWAUUI.Ml.
VOUWAKDINU and COM.MlSaiON
31 K It ! II A X TM.
DEALERS UN EJOUR;
A 11, 1 AKeOW bt
HIIO K1VKH AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkh,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hucctssort to E. I). lleu.lricii A Co.l
Forwarding and Commission
fKSSk Liberal AdTncpni(iul mude
ujion Con-lunmenlii. 2t37
Are prerarcil to rivdire, ttnro and forward
frelKhtc to all points and hujr n.J
ssll on commisiion,
SsT-niislncsii ailcndis') to frnmtitlT;
S. D. A VEii.N,
L". J. AVKiis.
AYKRS it CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 73 Ohio Lkvek, C.vnto, Ills,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKAt.ER I J
AND MILL FKKD.
UAIJ0- - - - ILLINOIS
JOHN 11. PHLLIS & SON,
(HuoceortoJohn II. I'Mllis.)
DKALKUS IN HAY, (JOHN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TKUTH-BT, am. OHIO LEVE
.M. A 1. 1) H X.
Late of Thomas ,V Aldeu,
FLOCK, MIIAL, 01 IAIN, HAY, c.
No, 1X Ohio I.kvki:, C'Aino.
inrca-h adviinrcH fin Ooods on sight.
IlKI'KIIKN'RHR ! f'ltv Vll...,.,l lint.!.
'l'lO 1'1'"tN'a,'onal 1,:u,k ol' Chicago, '
ST. ,lA.Mi:s HOTEL,"
Northeast Corner Public Square,
inlli'l '"l""0 r'!Ct,'t!" ''cen repaired and
luinl-lu d newly throughout. It is eouvrlii-
hoL " ' 'iu.i.",""w', '",U,"'H ft'"1 ",e
House, (lood sample rooms.
r- i ir 1 'i 11 m
Of ehamoi. and rabbit sl.ln,
for weak lungs.
At UAltCLAY UitOS,
koii sow: TimoAi
Pupated and sold
Hr IIARCLA V 1JR03
And Dlsliifpctittits tor Stains.
At IIAHCLAY HK03
" VOl .Nt; AMLItK A,
And I'nlversnt Standard."
- At UAltCLAY IlKO.-'.
MlLLKIl ii PAIlKKlt,
WKALEBS IN FLOUIt, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ron FAIIUJANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIIIO. ILLINOIS.
I V. G. Schuh. J
WOOD 1UTTHNHOUSH k JJltO.
oucral Commission .Merchants
133 OniO LEVEE,
l. II. MATUUS.S.,
It. 0 .1)111
MATnUSS Si UIIL,
Commissi on Mp:rc iiants
IAY AND WESTERN PltODUCK
CAIIIO AND I'ADUCAll"
M All, mt AT,
Tfto splmdld steamer
J".S. IF1 1 SIC,
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Suiidaypxccntod) at
JJi.ta 1- or freight opas-aire apply on honor
Jas. .Mallokv, Ag't.
GO TO RIVER SIDE WATER CURE- i
llnmilion, III.,, or send for free clreul ir and !
1st 01 IlllfSt OIK fr.f .!.... .... 1
drugs, rif teen uiIIp, Ml.ilmi river view.
Male and female physicians s'll-tf
NEW YORK STORE,"
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
lahokst va ki kty stock in tiik city
OOODSSOLI) VKIIY CLOSE.
Corner or Mnoti-enlli utrrel nuU Cum
, CO. I'ATIKIt.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is irpar4 to sunpU cuitnnsr wilti tli
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
mmwia 1011 at Itallldav tiros, nrti.
hi lug coal
Ohio 1.KVKK. or at the Coal Yard below tho
.1 ".'..'"'"''.r"1 receive prompt atten
t on. Tho Tuo "Mo.vtauk" will bilng eoa
Ksiiin in hieapierK at any hour.
WAGs. MAN UF ACTOR t
.Sale ut Wliolosnl u nr llntnil.
CORNER 32D.KTIlEEr AND 01110 I.KVE
MISS M. .T. CATISOJN
Wishes to call attontioii to her stock of Toys,
Notions and Fancy (lonils nnd Staplo Artl
Lies cnnsls'lng ol Dolls in great variety,
Ladles' Wnrk.tinxcH "I lino quality, writlni.'
Desk", Children's DMicn, Toy Wagons, Doll
lluggles, llniiby Ilores, Kino Silver-plated
Ware on Nickel Silver. Fine Table-knives,
Knapkln Itlngs, China Vases, nn 1 a good se
lection of Cheap Jewelry. Also mm
Call Hells, Pictures and I'icturo Frames, and
many other articles too numerous to inen
ion. All aro Invited to call. No, 160 Com
mercial avenue, between Mntb and Tenth