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1' ii bl I cut I on Ofllcc, Ilullplln llullilliiK
LOCALS OV THE WEEK.
Cour.T plaster Kisses.
A Matter ofcourseDossort.
Nasty Th'ppicturo In Harpers.
IIox. (J. "W. Wall was in the dry
Mu. MrlULK dopnrts to-day for ashort
villi to Chicago. . .
Col. Tavloh returned to this city from
Now York on. Friday.
Tm: molh'cr of I'ilot Ucorge Clark died
tt Irontonj Ohio, on Thursday.
"Wood for 51
00 per load nt tho Ho
10-R-o o d-3m.
A very donso ' fog provuileil from ono
o'clock until tun up Velnesdny,mornIng.
WW"-. . .
A Loulsvlllo lover, with a hair Hp, nd-
dressed his IniTy lovo as his "big fect-
heart. ' , f
A largo barrel buoy marks tho rating
placoof Racon rock in tho mouth of tlm
Ohio river.' i
,' 1'kv. Fiikd L. Tiidmi-mi.v, wlio Inn been
with ttils charge two year?, slutted for
Tiik minimi cctehrntton of tho Odd
Fellow occurred last Thuridny evening,
and wns n very pleuant nlliilr.
Jl'aT received and for sale ly I). Hurd
ic Son, fifty half barrels of cranberries, I
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tind tlfty tubs of choice butter. KM-Gl'
I'uirsil oyittrn received daily and for l
solo by tho whole or half can at I'hl
Mlti. MaiiV Fi.ouiik.m-, relict of the
Into Col. John M. Flourcncy, died at her
resilience in Puducah on Wednesday last.
Tiikiii: aro room (or ten good boarders
nt the Court-House hotel, anil the table
Mippliod with tlic best In tho market.
Ai.i.h.v'.s (ircIoy dog whipped a Grant
coon on Monday last, and tlicn Allen
whipped tho Grunt owner of the coon.
Mb. John If. Jo.vr.-i, formerly clerk of
the Illinois, has been appointed agent of
tl.o Mobilo mid Ohio Railroad, in thin
Kr.v. M Kt Tiiomixj.v tf tho Mrthodi't '
burcli, will boabloto report to conferonco
Unt his two years Hilary has been paid,
j p. ,
Coi SiiAiti-mldreMcd tho Greeley and j
llrown club last Wednesday evevimg.
Members are being added daily to tho
Tiik '.Sun' is alrald that we will die of
water on tho brain, Such n fear has never
betn expressed concerning the editor of,
Ho.v. J. K. Kdsali., Kepublican candi
Jat for altorney-genernl, and l'aul Van-
Itrvoort addressed tho (Irani club tt tho ,
w 'wum lat night.
Mu. 0. It. WooiiwauI', son and oldest
daughter are nbscnt nt the St. Louis Fair. ;
IJ' fore their return home, thev will take,
a trip to Knnncity.
A very Ingo meteor was observed Tues
day night. It lit up tho city in its pass-
a-;o and darted Into the Mississippi near
Tin: tobsrco'nnd corn crop in Kalian
and adjoining counties, promise letter
than the farmers find reason to nnticip ito
from tho dry weather.
Cincinnati merchants are now forward.
Ini; their Southern consignments Wa. the
0. & M., I. C. railroads anil Cairo. There
l no detention at this port.
tho Thalia Saloon.
Louis l.nger beer r.t
1'ersons who drink
it defy storms nnd dampness, nnd novcr
have occasion to pay a doctor bill.
"Wr. believo an cllort is to bo mado
shortly to revive tlio J.ndies Itenevolcnt
Association of Cairo, ihcro biug abund
ant opportunity for tho exercise of its
Tin: number of ciihh i ul'oro tho police
court during tho week ending Saturday
wns only 23, most of which wern p,ain ,
drunks nnd served their terms of repen-j
iiinco in tho cnlnbooi.
A niniNii oxprcrses the fciir that tlio
coming winter is to bo a hnrd inter, and
luiscs Ids judgciiuut on t lie nction of the
squirrel and '.M'liiig folks. Ho is n single
man and is evidmtly becoming uneasy.
Mil. Lu il'.s W. .Mii.lkii wholsengnged
in (.liiiqiing walnut log to Kuropc, Intends
to uinkc Cn'ro his headqunrters this win
ter. The, Umber obtainable in this local
ity is abmidnnt nnd of superior quality.
A Mif-soUKi teamster beat hisinulo over
tho head witli u club, for Mopping when i
near tho top .of the long incline on tlio
Missouri s lint o tlio other day, nnd then
solicited aid to got tho tea in and wagon
out ol tho river.
If you wish to uuiuigo in a delicious
cigar, patronize. l Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you wish good chuwing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, otc.,
go to 1 Saup's popular '.Tobacco nnd
Oigar store If
Foil ItK.vr, a two story Iluslnoss house,
on Commercial 'avenue, between Klgh-'
teenlli nnd Nineteenth streets, ft is well
adapted for Saloon and Hoarding house.
Apply to John Heuahtv,' No. 89, Ohio
Tub Columbus packet Illinois Amis (
business so lively now Unit sho makes ono I
and two trip daily to Hickman, Ken
tucky. Thu whole business which used I
to bo nttoudod to by tho Cairo and Naih
vlllo packets now goos over this routo.
Mr.. (ii:o. SrKi.vnousi:, barber mid linir
drmsor, cornor of Kightli stroot and Coin
inorniiil uveniu',uealrcs tou.ill thu attontlon
of tlio bearded community to his neatly iir-.
-i.ngcd saloon, mid tho fact that hu is mus-
Mn. Cunnci: will bo able to proceed
with his Instructions In muiic this week,
Old pupils will contlnuo tholr lessons nt
tholr uiunl hours. Thoso desiring to ro
ceivo Instructions of Mr. Curtice during
tho fall and winter had better apply
Immediately as ho wishes to mako per
manent arrangements for tho season.
Tiik saw mill of Morris, lbod i: Co., at
l'ulaskl, which hns been idlo for tho past
month for several reasons, lack of wnlcr,
eta, is again In motion. Mr. James .Mor
ris, of tho firm, has just returned from a
visit to tho Knit, on which occasion, wo aro
sorry to loarn, ho wns contlncd to his bed
by sickness for about thrco weeks.
Tiikkk I it mysterious something pass
ing through our streets these beautiful
autum evening', which has no definite
shapo or character, according to tho stories
wo hear about It, but which seems to at
tract considerable attention among n few.
May bo somo of tho boys can explain.
It it callfd, for want of a better name,
"grip suck," or "Alcxnnder county
At tho wigwam last night, n colored
man who cried hurrnh for Greeley, paid
dearly for tho llt'.lo oxcrclo of " freedom
of speech." Ills hat was taken nwny from
him by soma of the Grant men In tho
crowd and burnt, while ho was kicked
and abused in u hnmcfiil man nor. lie
coming exasperated by thu manner In
which ho was treated, ho drow a pistol
and would have llrod had he not been
prevented by his wile, who by this act
undoubtedly prevented a riot.
. V, , , -,ro-"ul"r "
Central .Meat .Market located on A nshlng-
r t II ( ... . ....
ton nvenuu 4th door below Tenth street
Keeps the very best of meat alwiys on
hand, and will doliver it In any quantity
from ono to ono thousand pounds nt any
time l't any part of tho city freo of charge.
As alllg.itor garr Ush measuring fi feet
8 inches and weighing over "' lbs wns
caught in tlm Ohio river Wednesday by
Harrison A- Co., flshurmen. It i n rare
Mill In this climate and quite a curiosity.
Its head Is like an alligator's and it '
teeth round, Irregular nnd half an inch
long. Harry Walker purchased Hand is
having it nulled. Alter which it will i
adorn tho show window of his saloon. '
nit. frank ii inryi.i inn opened a meat
market on Washington nvenuo next door
to Tanner's grocery store, between Tenth
and Klevenlh street', to which he invites
the attention of tho public. The best of
meats of all kinds kept constantly on hand i
and delivered to any put 'if the city.
.Market open morning and evening every
l!l.ASKF..vnuitfi AllKADl Wines nnd Ci
gars! oldest nnd choicest, nt tho KXCIiL
SIOK SALOON, opposito tho Vost Offlce
Kiiiest of Liquors, Kreo Lunches and mu
sic every day. Tho groat Liberal nnd
Doraocratic,(JreelyA: llrown drinkc Wki I
Hekb.Is made n specialty, and Fredprides !
himself uihiii keeping tho freshest arid
coolest in the ctly. Lemonades tho cold-
cst ,nlxo1 dr'fk' nnd music tho tlnest
'Jo there. C-27tf , Haythorn and McDonald, and woro tho
Tin: rounty road between Cairo and ! conventional ores of gentlemen on such
Mound City is Mng lilted in at (!oo'o ! occasion?. Tho corcmony was porfo.-nied
pound and oilier low plnces so that it by Nov. H. IJ. Thayer, who aUdroisoJ tho
willleabovu ordinary high water at all bridu nnd groom in tho following beauti
points. Tho work of tilling is being ful nnd approprhtu manner :
pushed forward rapidly nnd will soon bo M v Yuu.so Kiiiknijs : Marriage, which
finished. Since it has been opened 1 h honnrniitn in all. U nn in.iii.iiinti
through tho corn Held just outside, tho
city, tho distance hns been much shortened,
and tho ground much more level than by
the old road.
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Ion Tiik Ht'ttr.r x: Tho council
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that hag met nt thu Mi onarv llspt'st
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church, to orgaoizo a Missionnrv linpti.t
association, lind that tho so-called .Mount
Olive association is not a .Missionary Hap
til association.. Wo also find ono J. Hus
ton, Jako llradley and C. Handstraw in tho
Mount Olivo association, which is called
Fi lends to Ifumanilv. Thoso men liavo
lon excluded from tho regular llnptist
churches for bad conduct and published
to the world.
Order to bo published by tlio counsel-
Cut. Tom Hakma.v returned from
Nashville yesterday to close tho contract
with llnekenstosoV circus company for tho
use of tho Tyrone. Capt. Will llarman
is to command' tho Tyrone, and Jolly
Hnrd nets ns clerk, while Cliarlio G irner
will go as pilot, ltichard Hnrninn licr
chief engineer, nnd James Klllson her
mate, temnin on bonrd also C.ipt. Tom
flarniaii. Fnto splllers and Alex. Hard
'start fur Niuhvillo to morrow.
Mil. Wu.co.v of VnTa liidge is building
four handsome brick houses in tho trian
gular picco of ground formed by tlio junc
tion of Poplar1 street and AVashinglon av
enue, and crossed by Klevenlh street
They am to ho two stories high with
fronts on "Washington nvenuo nnd Poplar
street of soventy-Ilvo fcetf to extend llfty
two feet on Kleventli street nnd bo thirty
feet across tlio rear, back of tho browery.
The material is nearly all on tho ground,
nnd tho excavations for tho foundations
havo beoii mado. "Walker and Curry havo
tho contract for building.
Jamks Huhnus and Juo. Itnmsey wero
arraigned for drunkenness before 'Squiro
Slmnnessy yesterday nnd in default ol
ono dollar and costs, each went to jail
for 0 days.
Henry "Walsmltli nnd Mr. Hlustor, gor
mans, woro also up for justice. Wal
fniitli had called tho other somothlng
which In brokon ongllsh sounded awful
bad and Hlustor had him nrroUod. Will
smith compromised thu matter by paying
costs, nnd promising to ilnd somebody
dsn to cuss In thu futuro, lloth ex
pressed themsolves highly satisfied with
thu result, mid departed locked arm in
arm in search of a lugor boor saloon.
Souktimk ago a family of ulght per
sons, ilvo of whom woro childron, camo
to this city, and moved Into a houso up
town, lu tho neighborhood of Twenty
sixth street. Tho family woro In very
straightened circumstances, nnd but for
tho kiiid-honrtcd Ihoughtfiiliiess of n
Christian lady, would no doubt bl'ten havo
to Maysvllle, Kentucky, where thoy havo
rolnllon-i In ensv cilcntnilnnres. nntl nn
Thursdny night thoy took pnss.iga on nn
Kvansvlllo packet, leaving behind them
tlicir grcatful thanks for tho material kind-
nets shown to them,
IIackensiosk's great combined circus
nnd mcnugerio takes tho Tyrone to-morro
morning from this city for nn cxtenslvo
tour along scvornl .Southern water course,
which will occupy a conslJcrablo ppneo of
time. A wo bid them good-byo for per
haps a very long time, wo wish to say n
fow words commendatory of tho conduct
of tho manager whllo in this city, nnd
in praiso of tho cntiro company, which
is cf n higher typo than is usually with
circus companies. Whllo hero tholr per
fornianccs wero just as advertised to be;
tho contracts which thoy inado wero nil
strictly performed. Quietly and orderly
thoy camo Into our city nnd In thosnmo
manner left It. Thoy advertlso liberally
pay their bills on presentation, oiler excel
lent entertainments and deservo tho pat
ronngo of tho public, nnd wo-hopo they
will recclvo it on their present Southern
Mrs. MuOrb, on Kightli street, has just
brought on a largo nnd elegant stock of
fall nnd winter millinery, and desires to
call special attention to her handsome col
lection of lints, bonnets and flowers. The
latter aro among tho tlnest over opened in
the city, nnd aro markod at very low
prices. Mrs. MeOco has also a Wiutiful
assortment ot ril.bous, laces nnd trimming
of all kinds, collars, underslcevc, notions,
etc., etc., all of tho newest fashions and all
to l sold lnr a mere trillo above cot.
TIIK LATKST CAIRO "VVKDDING.
A I'UI.t. DKSCltllTIOK OV TIIK KVr.XT
."l:K.NT!I TOit.S.'.S, K C, KTC.
Shortly boforo nine o'clock on Tuesday
evening tho guests invited to witness the
marriage of Mr.' Kduin If. FrIIi's and
Mi Atiuiu IS. Hurd, began to assemble
at the residence of Capt. Hurd, on Sev
enth street, and at tho appointed hour the
parlors wero erovrded with eager nnd ex
pectant f'iends and acquaintance". "With
ruro goo 1 lasUi not often observed on such
occasions, tho guests wero not kept wait
ing by nny tedious delay, runttually ut
tl.o time appointed, tlio candidates for con-
uuolal honors, attended by tnc grooms
men nnd bridesmaids, took their places in
full view of the assembled companv.
Tlie ur'Jo who, as nil brides should, looked
beautiful and happy, woru an elegant silk
dress, trained, of thu hue known
us ashes of roses. The veil almost reached
tho length of tho drcs and tho bridx)
wreath was composed of lovely orange
liowers and lillies of tlm valley. Sho wore
around her neck tho present of tho groonu
a necklace nnd brooch of amethysts and
pearls, elegantly set in gold. The brides-
maids, Miss Mattln Williamson and Miss
Carrie Hurd, wore whito tarletan dresses,
flounced, with puflVl waists nnd apron
fronts, hair decorated with nink- inomin,.
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The frrooniaoien viern JImh.
of divine appointment. Upon it,
early, God set the seal of his sanction
Around it ho has thrown thcdoublo safe-'
guards of tho civil nnd divine law. In
ontcrin-', the'efore, upon this new nnd
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intcresi.ng relation in file, you may rest
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in tho pleasing nssuranco that this vour
mutual act is in full keeping with tho law
i of Gcl nnd man.
j And as now you voyngo together in tho
, journey nf life, let mo counsel you to seek
day by day tho blessing mid benediction
of your Father in Heaven.
"IJrido and bride-groom henceforth you
trnvel together. Li this, tho beginning of
your journey, neglc-t not tlio favors of
Heaven. At eventide kneel yo together,
that your joy may not bo unhallowed.
.And the angels around you, thoso loving
ministers of mercy, will rejoice, nnd tho
richest blessings of your God will fall on
you, his favored ehild-en."
After this opening, camo u very beauti
ful and impressivo ceremony, at tho con
clusion of which,
Mil. AND MR. KDWIV l'.U.LIS
received tho warm congratulations of their
assembled friends. At, eleven o'eiocl; tho
olegant refreshments provido.1 by tlio
host and hostess woro discussed nud duly
enjoyed, and utter another hour or so
spent in social conversation, tlio
company dispersed, everyone
happy to havo boon present at the most
rteherchf wedding, over 'witnosied in
Cairo. Tho brido and groom tool; tho
morning train for Cincinnati, where they
will spend tho honeymoon. '
Tho wedding present, aro ele
gant and costly. "Wo givo them
below cntiro : Ono dozen solid silver
tablespoons and ono dozen solid silver
teaspoons-, Mr, nnd Mrs. D. Hurd ; ono
dozen solid silver tnblespooris, teaspoons
and forks, Mrs. Fallis, Cincinnati i silver
wator sot pitcher, two goblets, slop
bowl and wnltor, most elegant, Mrs C.
11. Smith, Cincinnati, hnnusuine, largo Hi
Mr. Fallis, Cinciiinatll.
nud somo silver milk pitcher,
Mrs. C. 0. Dvidson. Fruit
stand, cu( K'11S' nld silver. Mrs. C. Hurd.
Silver soup lurrecn, combination present;
Mrs. Ji Wood, Mrs. S. I). Ayers, .Mrs. S.
M. Cox, Mrs. D, W Munii, .Mrs. 7.. I).
Maitliuss, Mrs. W. Uiltentiouso, Mrs. V.
.11. l'opo. Silver soup lutllu; Mrs. Strut-
ton. Handsonu silver enitnr, Mr. C H.
Smith, : Cincinnati, Silver wtv
tor pitcher and two goblets,
Mrs, Abbot and eon, Kanosvlltn.
Elegant silver cako basket, Mr. and Mrs.
8. P. "Whcolor ;ono ullvor sardine dish,
Mr, A. C. Hoss, Zatusvilloj one net tnblo
Hints, Klla ltoss, Zanesvillu; ono pair sil
ver nutcracker and ouo-hulf dozen picks,
Mrs. Fallback ; carving knifo rest, Miss
I, Copolnud ; ono pair boliomlaii glass
vnsos, Miss C. Hurd ; one cako basket, V.
Hurdi elegant pair vases, Mr. Uyslop:
h. Hnllldayi silver enko knife, Miss O,
Hcdman t solid sllvtr bu(Hc knife, Mr.
nnd Sirs'. It. V. Kotbtrtsj solid sllvor but
tcr knlfonnd jelly spoon, Mr, nnd Mrs. N,
Linton j sllvor card receiver, Mr. and
Mrs. 0. Fisher; solid silver plcklo knife,
Mrs. Dr. "Wnrdnor; sllvor cup, Miss A.
Tho flowers for Iho occasion, four Inrgo
nnd magnificent boquets, woro sent by
Mrs. Aubroy and tho llrido's boquct wns
the gift of Miss Koso Carter of Mound
Tho elegnnt lolicts of tho ladles showed
that what sho should wear had been n
question of no littlo importance: to each
fair guest. lor tho' satisfaction of our
lady readers, wo descrlbo them ns fully ns
space will permit.
Misi J n, blue tnrleton, elaborately
trimmed coili'uro braids and curls.
Miss ( y, pink tarleton, ditto, coltrure,
ditto; Miss K.C r. .Mound City, bluo silk
taricton flounces nnd ovcrdrcsi, hair flow
ing; Miss A. P r. green silk, coiirure,
curls; Miss 11. AV r. green and white
striped silk, coill'tiro French Coil and
braids; thrco .Misses If y's. whito tarlo
ton, enlll'ures, French coil; Miss P. M n.
pink tnretlon, coili'uro curl; Miss L.
W-y, blue silk, swiss trimming ; Mls
M. H v. handsome L'rccu nnd atrlned.il!;:
Miss A. T r. Snrincfleld. white mohair
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satin trimmings, MUs S h, Cincinnati,
white swls, green silk ovoidress; Miss
A. P t, white swl6Sj Miss K. S e, whito
swiss; MissK. Vm, white swiss ; Ml-s L.
W p, white swiss; Mis G. 11 n, white
alpaca; MIss.I. C d, whito swis; MIsA
M. "W e, whiu swiss j Miss K. 11 m,
Louisville, white Inwn, elaborately trim
mod ; Mrs. Fr, elegant black siik, Mis.
P e, whito nlpncu, elegantly trimmotl
.Mrs. M s, whito swiss and polon
aise of samo; Mrs. II r, black
silk; Mr. W-b, blue); silk ; lrj H-y,
Mrs. Gt, ditto; Mrs. C e, blue silk,
overdress same; Mrs. S d. black silk
while luce shawl ; Mrs. L n, bled: sill;!
-Mrs. N n, green sill;, whito overdress;
Mrs. r, India mull, olnboratclv
trimmed; .Mrs. T y, Topoka, elegant
brown silk; Mn. S w, pu-olo silk, laco
flounces; .Mrs. G m, black grenadine i
Mrs. .M , blue silk, white overdress!
Mrs. 11 y, whito suit, beautifully
trimmed; Mrs. II v, whito nlpaca. scar
let trimming; Mrs. Fk, black silk ; Mrs,
L--n, striped sill;, lace overdress; -Mrs.
H s, black and whito striped silk ; Mrs.
II n, handsome while suit; Mrs. F r,
handsome light silk; Mrs. M--n, blue
tarletan, tlabointely trimmed; Mis.
W J, black silk; Mrs. S---n, hand
some green silk ; Mrs. It d, grenadine)
ovcrskiH of same ; Mrs. P. e, light pop
lin, handsomely trimmed; Jirs. A ?,
Villa llidg", handsome white suit;
Mr. C x, handsome light silk;
.Mrs. "W n. whito, embroidered under
dress; Mrs. (5in. stone colorrd silk;
Mrs. Es. green silk overdress of samo;
.Mrs. P o. Japanese silk; Mrs. F ..
Cincinnati, black grenadine, point lace
collar nnd sleeves; .Mrs. H d. green
silk, laco trimu.ings; Mrs. S t. black
grenadine; Mrs. M b. uie-ville, black
silk; Mrs. Dn. grny poplin, fringe and
silk trimm'ng; M . H d. Iron grena
dine; Miss I) n. liiuo silk, pink snsh,
hair crimped ; .Miss H d. white tarleton,
over pink, hair crimped.
A hTiilKo of heavily laden freight cars
extending from Fourth street to tho depot,
broken only at the cross streets still!-
cieuu in nun uiu jinsaago 01 lujms, oc-j
cupy the tract on front street almost '
cons'.antantly thes0 -yi. The presonco
of llicso cars is an evidence of prosperity '
.!... .1.. ... .. If
in ouiiieis circles, out tney are very an
noying to tho merchants ui front stroot
as tney shut out completely, not only tho
view 'of the river but nliriot every
breath of nir.
WEATHER REPORT FOR SKPlEM-j
HER. !' '
Sional Smivii ij U. S. Army,
Caiko, Ills., Oct. 1st, 1872.
Tnblo showing monthly mean of barom
eter and thermometer; monthly velocity
of wind nnd nmount of rainfall, with tho
prevailing direction of wind for the month
of September, 187-J:
inth . .
Istli . .
J'th . .
tistli.,. . .
. . .:!i).l)"l! 7(i.7.'i
. . .).oi2 so.'jr.l
. . .WI.IWS 7(!.7.'i
. . .;vj.i:wi;ti.'j.-i
. ..auM.1l IilWI
. . ...ll.OtO77.on
. . ,aMt;i 711.75
.. iiu.ii1s 7ii.7.v
. .."JI.HW 1:0,7,
. .IU.()17 U2.Utlj
. .ai).ios'iii.2.-i oi
:.o.- !7 .'ki.i-io oo
Monthly menu, barometer, 110,001;
monthly mean, Ihcrinonioln-, 70,007; to.
tnl rainfall, 250 inches; prevailing w'nd,
South: total number of miles traveled,
11,0 1 1 ; maximum temperature Ctii and 8th,
011; minimum temperature :i7tli and 30th,
61. Tho. L. Watsd.y,
Obsorvor, Signal Service U. S. A.
Tin: census of tlio Cairo school district I
taken last week by Mr It. F. Kippenburg
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snows unit It contains children of
tho ago of twenty yours nud under, 008 be-!
coled and 'J.270 white. The numbers of
different ages nro as follows :
Under ouo year old 170
Ono year old... 322 I
Two years old , 210 (
iiireu years om jaj 1
rour juars 0111 , -j-ja
Fivo yeaift old 288
Six ycins old i . ,...,2;i8
Seven years old...,,. , 172
F.lght years old o
M110 years old i;si
Ton years old
Klovuu years old,,
Twelve years old ,
Thirteen yuan old.
Kinirtcon V nr old
Accommodations for n gentleman and
lady nnd n fow day bonrdors may bo had
inquiring nt Tiik UviMmtu'. '' IloruN
enecs given nnd required. septl!"tf
AT TIIK ST.
A. good steady1 man to do chores nroun
tho ''yard nnd barn; must bo. a good
10 C3t. I-', I). ltfA'roiin,
Immediately "00 li-inds to work on tho
C. A. Ar T. It. K. Good station work at
from 18 to 23 cents per yard. Wngcs'
$2.00 and '25 por' day.
If. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City.
Oi-fick Caiko City Fr.nuv Co.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of the stockholders of this company will
bo held at tho company's olllee, coiner o
(itli nnd Lnven ttreet. in tbt ot: nt Tnu.
( Jny, October 8th, 1872.
S. St.vats Tatlois, President.
Til. Cut Ol., 1QM
i .nit"i ...o.. ijvii.i ta.at,
i. c. n.
Cairo, III., Oct. 1, 187'J.
On iiiiiI 'sifter Mondnytlio 7th, bill of
ldlng for nil property consigned to points
sJitthaM.& O. railroad and its connec
tions, will be signed by John' II. Jones,
agent, nt his olllee, iV, Ohio Lvee.
Freight for Columbus proper, Hickman
mid Green lino points on tho N. & N. "W.
K. It , nnd its connection?, will bo signed
by mo ns heretofore nt tho stone depot.
10-5-dtt. Jasi Joii.nox. Agent.
EIOHffOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Win. Eiohholf has purchniod tbu inler
ost of his brother in tho r.lxivo establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting the
I'urnlluro manufacturing business; with
great success. Ho has n Ihll sleek or extra
seasoned lumber on hand, und can war
rant every article ho manuitctures. llo
lm also n full stock of lietlttetult. Chairs.
TaWc, IJureaiu. Desks, ward roh. unu '
troes, uto , nlwiirs on Imud. tid hlstirloM
at tho fac-
Slcamor Clarksville, St. Iouis.
' Umpire, Kvansvllle.
" Dexter, Now Orionns
' City or Chester, Memphis.
" Jim. Fisk. Jr., I'.tducuh.
" Illinois, Columbus. ' i
Steamer Clarksviiie, Ail;ausas river.
" James Howard, N. Orleans.
" llee, Now Orionns.
" Umpire, Evansviile.
" Deitcr, St. Lcuts.
" Citv of Cluster, St'. Louis.
" Jim Fi,k, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Coluinbu". ;
111(1 MUDDY 00 A L.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day nnd night, Willi either luiiip or chest
nut coal, In uriy quantity, and on usual
! terms, nt tho vard at Grand Tower, Ills
j S)(;ciul conirncts offered on favorable
i lcrmg urn1 ..plication,
j jr y ()
D, A. Bqkki:, .
110ATS LUAVINd TO DAY.
Tlio lino Capital City is jlio regular
packet leaving for Yicksburg this day at
0 o'clock p.m. Tho otogant St. Joseph
will leave for Mumpon nnd nil whj- land
ings this evoniii.: at 0 o'clock promjit.
Tho John Lumsdeu is tho boat dupuriiiij;
nt o'clock this ovenini: for Evunsvillu
and all points on thu Ohio river. Tho last
Uteamor Grand Tower U Hi.. l.,mt lor-
Louis and all way landings leavini? at
0 o'clock this eveniny
ing. Tim Common- ',
wealth U tlio neit boat leaving for Now
yji luiuia unu till v.itv IIWIUIOES. 1 ? i i
condition- of tub uivKiis. Kiiuls ot repairing tlone on
The river nt this point continues on tlio saddles illld liai'llOSS, illld CtU'
dccline, with 30 inches to Kvansviile, and x . , , .
less than four feet on Racon rock. . 1 U" l't"g trilllini'.l
A dispatch from Nnshvillu suyj fhoru ' Oil short notice, ill good stylo
isonly'liliicllcs on Harpeth shoals, nnd UV Q!00(l moeliailics. Call a'lld
ma river sun inning.
The Mississippi u still on tho decline,
' nnd boats como out drawing 51 fwot. Jle
low lioru thu wator is getting thin in somo
' IIUblKESS AND WltATIIKll.
Ruineis on the loveo wasnctlvu yester
day, It being the last day of tho week.
The weather was partly clear and n lit
tlo warm although not too waim for com
The .lames Howard olearcd fur Now
Orleans hint Friday night drawing CJ feet
and had tl good passenger list. She had
to take her rudder c II' while in pott
having Injured it in somo way while com
ing down. Thu lluipiro brought out u
lair cargo and reported 110 inches on lien-
ilerson bar, whiro sho was nground u low
hours on necoount of tho cliiinnol having
changed. Tlio Dick .lolin.-on with u trip
for Tulmossoo river wns aground on Hen
derson bar at tho last accounts from her.
The salo of tho Umpire to Pen rum A;
uomnger is on, luey Laving lulled lo ,
k 1 1 . .
como to time witli owners. 1
Tin, Iti-n ,.nl iiWMi- lor V, w ()rl,.M '
early vesterJnr moininir with tho tow
brought out by iho Atlantic. ,
'1,110 Ariiunsns river pucKot compmiy's
wlmrfbunt nt Memphis, is hr tnlo. i
Tho Dcxto- camo up yesterday fort
noon and diKcharcld cone dcrnb n-lrfilw'ht.
t, , ,i 1 V, i , T , VT?r
'"IT "liy-threo hull tlmbei-ii at Island Nji.
on. will ninnunL in
.... . . , " ' u i
I ho damiigo to bur cargo, cati.cd by break-
Inrs. She took in about three feet of'
wnI,0P ",u.'oru 11 ImlKt"' eould be built
Local inspector Nuld nnd Atklnum nt
PlllsblirL'. have iiimiIo ilu.li rdUOhl fnt list
quarto? endeng Sept. CO. Nino passenger
ttcamow, 1 1 tow boats, ferry bouts and I
freight boat, with 11 total tonago of .'1,00(1
miih wore registered.
Tho Ciiiu'o a has laid '1)11 at Now. At-,
ban v mid paid pit' her crou,-. 1
Tlio Hello Lee has entered tho New Or-!
Icons nnd .Memphis trade.
Charlie Mason recently hecond cjerk of
tho Tvrono has accepted tho poillliiii of
third clerk on the tteuincr flrand Tower.'
liihiicctor Chirk of .Meninh . was In the '
city .yesterday' fey the purpi-mi of meeting
his family whar.rlviKl from the no th
STOP AND JiEAD!
GOOD NEVsS FOR EVKUYIJODY!
A place where you cm buy ax much for
; :i you kiii cl'ow here for
OSK DOIiLAU AND A Ql.TAH',"KU
fpi , ,
i ho undersigned would ro-neclful! v in
, ,,, '
e. .i .
" l,,u i",u iuil ihcy Havo fitted their
now store hmi,. nr. vi..i,.i.
, .... ?.CUb
'".on ami best, assorted stock
gonornl merchandise over before brought
tO tllU innrl.l .11 ,
10 l"" t'latkot, and in order
to (secure a lurgu portion of tho iiirnrffn
of tho public,
AltK DETERMINED TO SELL
Ol I! GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER fSSTAH
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely now, and
boiif.htor,,r..l,. f.., .1 i..
.w. ...u vuimni; inn mill
winter trade of ll.H loenl.ty, and consists
of Ladies, (fonts nnd Child rnn
BOOTS 5c SI-X023S,
HATS z CA.'S.
And nil other nrticle to bo found in n
first class dry goods und clothing establish
ment. We cnll cspecfallctlentinii to our large
assortment of drcis goods, shawl) and
clonks', which ilepnrtmcnt It complete in
nil itsdetiiils. Oiirstock of
i ' llln ''"gett.'ui tho city, nnd wo nro i n
nblml In .IWa.w-;l i,i.,..i , .
.....i,. riucili; ill i It H
cliiior'. ! Hon Jons lt.iinr.i!, ji
'" (.'lolhing. Iloois andidSp JIS!:''
Shoe, llati. Cam. nt1 fiiM,!.-!,!.,,, ....,1.
T' I -I "" ..... ...r 1, LUV1IB
we nro fully prepared to meet all dc
inands nt prieos dofying -nmietitiPii. As
it is to tho Intorott of overv ono to l.nv
whore goods nro ohesipwt nml best
;yo. irdiallyj. invito! 'the' public
to cnll and examine our stock before pur.
Our estnbllshment is located on tho oast
side of Eighth street, between Washin.. ton
and Commercial avenues.
3LU.M & A.MSUN.
THE HIDE AND FU R "i 'RA DK.'
Ilvlow will l.o found thu corrected 1M
of priees by II. Levi for hid
feather, etc. II. Levi does a
trade in Ins line, mid it is n well known
fact thnt ho always pays the highe.st prices
to lie obtained ir. this market. Ho Is pay
ing for . ( .
HWe; dry Hint V "
Hidts, green salted lb.
Deer skins f' 1 1
Tallow 'H lb
Feather V lb
..ill to 17c
..20 to 'J5c
5 to lie I
3.00 VIM DAY
sit veil by "ointr, to John Tuner's
f niiivlinuo o-nilfllot, .,,,,1 1,.,,.
t() l)UlCll'lSU SIUIGI03 iUHl llitl-
Ufia. .'it. In -ulilh ctnvn nn
I examine my stock, and prices
j at IVo.l in Cairo.
1 o 21,11,, John Tan hr.
I $.r3Orou can buy six j
I and one-half lbs. Dtirant's 1
A Coft'eo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
.Sugar for Ono Dollar; Host
Ihrco and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coft'eo, Ono Dollar ; Host
Imporial Tea, One Dollar and
11 half DOl' pOUlld J Host GllU-
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-tivo Cents por pound ;
,r i -v , ,,,
i oung Jlyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ov -
. . .
. .!.". -. . i
!. rytuillg proporilOliaiOiy CllOap
. ,.,T r T,v T,TVT,r,c,
"JJ-"" IX.JJ1A1JI 3.
rnci , vV i r i n
iM lv b . A IN JN A u A IS It
i) Kightli Stroct, bctwnon Wnshlngton
nun vviuiiiviLiiii 4ts vniivfi
' In n celling dally now Invoices of
01 ove rr ilfcrli'tlor, nil nt 1'iiicis to Suit tub
TIIK LATKST STYLES OK
-PIUNO AND RUMMER GOODS,
LACKS OF ALL KIND
OOI.I.Y VAftDRN (ibOVK-S
DOLLY VARDRN r-U.NCUADliS,
DOLLY VARDR.N' PARAhOIS, RTO,
Cggetlirr with all the other uilli-lo -lupi
1 a Fliiit llais Mlllluciy and Trliin r,SH
jrr 1 o no oui in inn f
NEW ' ADVKRTISEMHlNTJ
Gil AND GIFT C0iCER1
GIFT MOiXEY ALL Ul'J
5500,000 IN HANK TO PA V I'ltl.Kl
A I'fLI .DltAWIMi IN SldllT.
fill- (lr.mil ft ill (.'omrrl rorlhx tirnxllU
the Public f.lln-arv orKentiiek litoslpol (1
In Saturday, the fill of Dcrcinln r, for til
follow lliif renioni!
I. The ralluiv of i-ftrlnlit n- in
rctiirni in Ulna for tlio draw in
place .'ciilrinlier 2.
i!. Tlie necinamiilfiioii of or.'
fill, l.t ft.. u (.. .....I.... ....
' I ill,'
III t IK
" .-., iwin i, such ill,
- wn not 1'-Ible to fill tl.cni .
1 il.-awlnjf on tim h.
1 a c
j .1. The enenilly exoie-. I d
hold.-rs i.ml is lull il.-nwln, i,
III 1 I il l
nvioi if it ijltulo ii f.Hfi.-f. iw,: iwi.u .mi l i n .
t "llt."t im-ti'oncinrtit the icnmniiL o' un ol
I l'..ei Cr,l I 'C lllJOHI oi. mm . II 1 i ll I I
nntd In full, wlihont tin. no,. ,'
i l,rRM, 'calln- down.
1 or i,ifi lcis' u, i-ntMili'i1 w
rt ilesiii- to t.eiiclii. the ri'Mb-
lirjrer imlnnee and the
Ian "I JSl'l. In" eolleert eiii'
Iihm- been poMpnticd to Sntl i.
of Deremlir,-. R72. On tl"t i
otlier Ihe dravv'n'j will pnViiv
tuiMMWllv rnm olflll tli
Public l.ttnuiy biilldiiitf. ..i
cl-elv (1 o'clock a.m. run i in '
whiiwof the one thoavud lii
The pnymeiit of the i.' i
; iiiiHi .v aut-r si r ii.-awm..
, or I.V IllOllllllS. Ill CtllM lli 1
' felnX &h N :'','",'
' toik, ntlho onflon ulli t ( I
1.1.-T()K( II "is
UXEOltANDOII T. ( A-
O.NT. OIlANf) (ilFT.
I Caul) cm ....
I GMin ...
I CMh Oift ....
1 Cash (i f ....
I Cuh Ciilk
Wtliai I- l j.'
lll.U! 21 Cl-
vjuuu as c
I ( Mh Gift .
I I nth c;in . ..
1 CMb (Wt ...
1 Cash (Jlft . ..
'i.'"1 ml i
1.000 OlFTsi, A I I
I'llll.'K 01 TIC
Whole lli-kcl-. lii; lian
2.Ml; II whole ticket lr
Ml fer 6.wi; in for i,ihk
lor Mimn, No diseoun:
wortli oftlekuts at a lime.
Tim nioiiuN iiuceary i j
olTeivd glPn l now u
rariiHH'-,' and Droer.-, 1.
hv tlie following eertltic
I'.UlMi;!' AMI I-.
1 l.oiJicvii.u:. If v..'
This I- to eeltlTy tlnil i
pixit III this liauk oei .
dollar to the cl'edl c
1 l'tllid. S00.CKJI) ifwliit..
I ik Tit-feu or of the Pi-.; i- .
tiii'ky to pay oil all gin
H. "I net a-1'. ceo)
f ,.. 'I'...,
to lake c'
the l raw I nr. count tl 1 1.
wherl and per-onnlh
lug number for all tl:. .
tile Wheel. Aftoi- III '
wheel, with il coiileiiit-.r.
handx of a eo:iiniiti .
lleket-hnldeiM to -alb .', ,,
all the tickets old w n- i t
Itllnd children. In ft "
will.illeriiaielydiiiwtii. .. .
Klii' wheeN and the
Irom the other, and tiv i
drawing thus condii... m
tin ee tellers olioeii Ire ; ,' ;
thu Lily. The ilrauin ; v :.l .. .
the l.iuii-ville p.iporMi.e' ., . ,
and otllclal cople in.
l.oiiiMillo lu whom li. i,. ... i
i The remnant of tic' '
! fimil-hci! to tho-o who
i and n reneral a dl-tl .'n . .oi)
. iiimie :i.noii aieni'. r
i Wni penult. No igt.
, any aecoiint whiili e., i i .
i ..i ... r. ..... t .
iu-fti-1 tiir4uio lOiiuai'l.l '. '
i'hi- po-tponenieiit I." i'i a i
K'c o. the i'iu.lee, ilu iln i.
the re:, I iienetlt nflioli. ii. I
the Public l.tbrary, ami . i. ..
re-t peifei'tly a ured i it the i
Imid pioramini) heru .i..noiinci i
lied out to the letter.
tiio.-m:. hi: :i
Agent, Ifelilllekv Pill.!..' l,n..
I.ibnu Hulhlllig, I.oii'-miii Us.
'i;'sj , ,7iv-rtf
rrncipil Office. 101 Fi.
Tim ONLY IlEMABLE I
TKI.V fN THE COl
S50 OOC CO
y A h u a u l i: i i r r s
To be dis tributi
. ID. 3X2::
lUl'.h Seinl'Anni .
Tu bo 'Irnwa Vo-nlay, Octohrt 'n . I :
O.n'k Giia.vd Capital v
SLO.000 IN G 0 1,D.
O.m: Puizk "Ss.ooo i.v ku 1
Five Prizes COO
Ten Prb.ns 100
Two Fatnilv CiirihiL'es and Aliitcelul II
wlih ilcr-Moiiiiteil Uanic, wnt'i ,:k.
i IW0 'JilnrthlnV'
'I'wo rJiiv-toin-i! Roiewoud Pianos,
, cl w "":!
j fcl.V Fllllllv !0W.lljt il.li lllllCN
' VM lilM Jili:lt, ver ,
. if if
ll'.,i . ... ii..i i i l.m.i t ' 1 In S 'jy i
n 1 .nu. inn in in ig " n i"
IiadleV Hold l.eniiflm. Cliflns, (!cm'(.
!'''. VM?' u,'. .li'v
t'li.'iu, ho!W, liUi Doillilcd-l
llvc.i J11M0 mid 1 oaiiooii. Phote , !i
, Album, ilowcilv, .cjiViv,
Whole number ! Itt, IO.OOO. tickets l.lu.l
led to 50,000:
AOKXTS WA.N'll.'l) TO Sl.l.D TI( IvKTS'.
1 To whom l.ihcicl Prctiilmi - v. ;l bo pall.
Single HcJiclUfStsIx Ticket ..10; Twi.,u
, ' iuki'U !J20 j I'weuty.ih.' 1 ickew flO.
flri Uliir I i.OIUIUOIti B Ml I 111 11 r, K c
1 rvrifioiu of . innnunr - ilfawiiT. nn-l ot. cr
! infutniiitivii in iel-ii'n. i U-v ui.itutm 11, v 1
I l utne li! sih'oue orJoccu Ihtin, All . t- ,
lil'ist bo n.lilri'Mt-il lu I.. I'. irl.Mv, llos, Eo,
nrrii'i, Ciueiciu.r, (1.
ii v-t r.. ii t nm-w.t..ii
3IISS0UHI STATK I.OTTEHY.
Li:OALIZKD Y STATK AUTlinUlTT AND
Dr..vw. IN VUMLlU .1? St. JiOUIis.
Graud Singlo ullJlJcr Scliemo.
- 50,000 HHMIfKItS.
CUjtS Jv T tiK-Dtt.viv.r Oct. 3J, UVJ.
vhso Prixcj,. Aiiiount.nt: IoS30i,oCo.
nn I il