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THE O-lJbO STJLXjETIISr, DECEMBER 15
MS Of ,IHE (117,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Xew Jl inm 'I'nble.
On nnd nftr J 2:30, p.m., .Sunday, Dec.
4th, tho following tltno. tiiblo will govern
tho urrlvnl and dorinrtu.ro of piuscnger
trains at Vnr:
Mull train leave nt 3:40 a.m.
Kxpres, ' " nt MO p.m.
St. Louis ami Cairo Express
lunvcmt 1:20 a.m.
Ac Hiimodntlon leave at. .,12:30 ,!..
Mnll nrrlvcH 2:00 a.m.
Kxprcsi, nrrives.... 12:2 ?
c St. Louis and Cairo Express
arrlvM , P-
Tha'last namod train leave St. LouU at
10:30 a.m. Trader can lcavo Cairo at 1:20
a.m., reach St. Lout nt 7:25 n.m., rotnain
n tho eitv throo hour, and return to
Cairo at A:Vi P.m., tho same day.
Tho 12:.'l0 accommodation and Cairo and
.St. Louis fcpfei IcWedilly all other
lcavo dally except Sunday
"Way imsiengbrs should bear In mind that
the 3:30 p.m., train maicc oniy lour iop
piny between Cairo and Centralla, vis:
Joneboro, Cnrbondale," Du Quoin and
Ahlpy. Tho 12:30 p.m., train top Ct all
u.Matlonialunt; the route.
Foii'ptitoU and cartridge and bowle
knives, go direct to 1". Nell's, No. 70 Ohio
Oo amji 8B thu Surpriso itoro on tho
coTerorixttvitrctl nm wasnmgiun
nvcJinfi Calro.llllncli. ' tf
Ah I contemplate engaging in tho tea
tradn. exclusively,' t, will gfvo great lar
gaim In groceries Jri'rJ and canned fruit,
candles, Ac, &c, to close out my stock.
Teas' at New York prices.
Dcc.lo.CU J. II. PHILLIPS.
Cuaktkk Oak CooKINO Stove and
KvcnlnftSUr heating stoves tho belt in
use (or salo by C Vf. Ilcndcrson, 100
Commercial Avenue. Sco advertisement.
Mr. A.3f.CundiiT will probably com
mence running a trl-woekly hack between
Cairo and Wandvllle, in a week ur two.
Tho travel between tho two point I cer
tainly sufficient to tnafco the project pay.
IU'k.nitt, the photograph man, I turn
lag IT work that give tho most decided
at li faction to hi cuaUimer. Aa ho pur
poses leaving tho city on Saturday next
tboe dealrou of "catching tha shadow oru
tbo sulsUnco fade" should wait on Mr.
Ivyoiiwanta r.ooJ, tylth nnd will
fitting ultof clothes, made to order, you
must go to T. Nj.tr, No. 711 Ohio Leroc.
A TOfSO man by tho name of Hudd
Smcdley wu brought beforo 'aqiiiro Itrou,
Vhl rooming on n chargo of disorderly
induct. Ho Watno involved In a quarrel
with a steamboat pilot numed Wood, in a
downtown saloon, lost . night, and mntii
(oitti. .is disposition to uao a knlfo. Ho wo
fined $10 and the usual trimming, which
we ro paid.
For Sal. The undesigned being do
tlrou to engage in omo other business
hereby offers for alo all tho furnltuio and
flxtureaitv tbo Central Uouau on 0th at.,
at riyUinlo. Partk wlihingtocngg
n hotel 'business, call on tho premise.
doc :W3w J08F.P1I IlllOSS.
Anvicit received from Georgia say
that thollato U doltfkl all over with fedaral
troop underlie- prctenso ofsocuringafalr
eloctldn'kntbeSlitbf thl month, and the
enforcement of tho congressional election
law. Tho denial made from Washington
that no additional troop havo been ent Into
tho stato go for naught. All that were
temporarily taken out of tho atnto have
beoa returned, a vfoll.as reinforced.
D A regular communication of Dolta
VLodge iu. 508 F. & A. will be
hold at Mnsonlo hall, Thuriday evening
Dec. 16, A. Ij. 6870 at 7 o'clock, when the
annual election of officer will bo held.
All resident membor are requested to at
tend. Ily ordor of tho "V. M.
'.'t. J BWETT WILCOX, Sco'y.
Thk Inale of tho Presbyterian church
will give an oyster (upper, in tho lecture
room of tho church building, on Thuridoy
ovonlng noxt, in connection with their reg
ular locfablo. Torsonswho aro not "fa
vorites" of tho 8s(fta tdulU will find cakes
and confection) fruit, nuts, etc., in tempt
No chargo for admission. 8t
Wanted Immkuutkly. 300 wood
choppers to cut wood on tho lino of tho St
Louis & Iron Mountain railroad. Hal
faro tickets furnished at the ticket oflko In
St. Louis. Wage SI 20 per cord. Apply
at tho variotu wood yalds, or to
novaotf. ' 11. J. DUAL, Charleston, Mo.
Th third haul of prostitute was inado
by policeman Shoehan, this forenoon, and
a fourth descent was planned for this after
noon. Tho'paitlos arrested, wore four In
number, tin Xmroa Livingston, Mollle
Mlller,i Judy Thrasher, and Miss Laugh
land. The.tkjm flrM amed females wore
fined ten dollars each and tho last named
fifteen dollar, which soreral sums wore
Uita (tad Uieropuld or cccurcd t? l raid.
Thk will of Mrs. Harlot M. Uoylo do.
ceased, win filed for probato,. in tho St.
Louis county court, a fow days ago
Among tho bequcathmonts wo notice ono of
two thonxand six hundrod (lollars to Mr
Thoma U.EIHk, of Cairo, "furhls kirulncfcS
during doceaied' last illness,"
UK Vi'ikk IN TllIK. Tho best buildings
will burn from unknown orunnvoldablo
causes. Seo that you aro insnrcd before it
I too late. '
Ours are all gilt edgod companies;
nov28d2v C. N. IlUaDES Agent.
Tiik Davis sewing machlno for lale only
by Mejsr.1. E. fc "W. Uudor, corner of
Eighth street and Washington avenue,
gives the most unbounded satisfaction to
all who havo it in use. It performs tho
widest range of work in tho best possible
manner, is simple In Its construction, runs
easily, and cannot got out of ropalr. For
full particular call at Messrs. It', and gtt
a descrlptivo pamphlet. It
D. Lahhkut, Ohio Lcvoe, between
Eighth und Tenth street, has enlarged
and improved his shaving and hair-cutting
and is prepared to shnvo customers in
Clean towels, sharp razors, and courteous
attention aro among the attractions of tho
SoiicTinxu over a year ago ofllcor Ar
nold arrested thrco Individual? named Dan
Daley, Robert Graham and JHrd Parrish
on 'ft chargo of stealing clothing valued at
SP0 from tlie stowart of tho Metropolitan
hotel. Ornham and Daly were tried in
th Alexander circuit court, convicted,
and sent to Joliet. Parrlih took n change
of venuo to tho Union circuit court, and n,
few days ago his cuo was called for trial
and dismissed for want of prosecution.
Parrisb, if an Innocent man, is most cer
tainly an unfortunate one. He wa con
fined in jail during a period of sixteen
P.mLY's Gm Entekmsisc. Mr.
KeHly proposes during the coming week to
deliver tuch tickets In hi gift enterprise
a havo bcon tulwccribcd for, and to sup
ply everybody who may faol disposed to
purchase. It Is hi purpose to bring about
the drawing about tho middle of January.
It Is necdlcis to speak of tho character
of tho property to bo disposed of. Quito
all of our local readers know it to bo
among tho most valuablo and dolrablo In
the city, and thnt it U put up at less than
its original cost.
A largo number of tickets havo been
sold, but qulto a number remain unsold
If such of our citizens as have already
subscribed will doublo their subscription!!
and If such others as Intend to buy tickets
will do o Immediate!-, tho drawing will,
beyond 11 jrxdventurc como oil' at tbo
tlmo announced, and tirobnblv earlier
Price of tickets S' 00.
We regret to learn, us we do from tho
St. Louis Timit, that Dr. Charlos Oorrlcko,
lato of Cairo, has been missing during tbo
past week and fears aro entertained that
ho lint been foully dealt with. Tho doctor
left his stlflce last Thurday morning, and
the most diligent search nnd inquiry have
failed to glvo his frlondi nny clun to his
whereabouts. Ho was ono of tho inspect
ing physicians appointed under tho social
evil law of St. Louis, and it is apprehen
ded that whilo inthodischargoof hi duty,
some one, whoie enmity ho may havo in
curred, has mad o away with hltn.
Wo truly hope that tho wont fears In
this caso will not bo realized, but are con
strained to boll vo that there i scarcely a
probability that tbo doctor will ever be
Tnr. Parloii CoscKiun Amotwek
Shriek to ncfiivr.ir. At a meeting of citi
zens held In tho St. Charles hotel after tho
conclusion of tho concert las'. Tuesday
evening, tho following resolutions wcro
Ilt 'oletd, That tho thanks of tho citizens
who bavo attended tho series of Parlor
Concerts, given under the nusplcus of the
choir of tho EpLcopal Church, aro hereby
tendered to all tcho hart participated in
tho performances, and thoy regret that en
tertainments which havo contributed so
much to tho pleas tiro of the public and
tho cultivation of a pirit of sociability in
this community should bo discontinued.
lienahed, that theroforo tho choir bo re
quested to continuo tho concerts during
Wo aro pleased to lcuru that tho request
embodied In the last resolution has been
acceded to, and that tho choir will enter
upon a second sorics of couccrU. Tho
tlmo and placo for tho firit concert will bo
desighnted in a fow days.
The wholesalo arrest of "tho women of
tho town" has given promlncnco to tho
question whether tho "social ovll" shall
not bo recognized wd regulated by law.
It Is a well ascertained fact that tho evil
cannot be suppressed by thu infictlon of
pain and penalties, nnd many cities, recog
nizing this truth, are subjecting tho evil
to such restraints as rob it of many of its
obnoxious features. St. Louis has taken
tho lead In Otis matter in the West, nnd
the result, co far, has been entirely satis
Tho provision of tho law that requires
the registration of tho bawds has already
naved qulto a number of young girls from
a llfo of infamy. Only a fow days ago two
bright, intelligent misses, aged 14 nnd in
applied for registration; but when tho
horrors and disgraco of tho life of tho cour
tesan woro portrayed to them, thoy aban
doned their rash purposo and returned to
the homes of their parents. In this oc
currence alon tho avlng of two souls
from damnation is found ample rccom
ptnso for tho adoption and enforcement of
tho social evil rcsultrt'orj of St. Louli.
Local Hrevitiks. Mr. J. II. Phillips
proposes tho establishment of a tea mart.
Signs of preparation for tho holidays
mo apparent in nil parts ot tho city.
Tho steamer General Anderson is un
dergoing repairs at Mound City.
Work on Messrs. Colby t Co'. box
fuctorv. and Mr. (Jomblo's osncultural
iiimlomcnfworks. is progressing favorably
Wo shall, at nn early day, speak of these
establishments in detail.
Messrs. Klnhoff & Urothor are manu
facturing nil kind of bedsteads, stands,
bureau, wardrobes, etc., giving constant
and profitable employment to twelvo or
The Silver Cornet band elgnallzo tho
opening of tho "Carnival of Novelties by
n "balcon v sarcnado" ovorv o vonliiif . The
music generally calls out n ln'rgo crowd of
Wo learn that a Democratic paper
will bo established in ShawnocloWA In
January or February next. Thoro is no
reason why such a paper should not pay.
Gallatin and all tho neighboring counties
Hro Democratic, and tho principal business
mou are Democrats.
Tho only committal to tho calabooso
last night was that of un Individual who
was found indulging a plain drunk.
Thero li qulto a flutter among tho
dornirops of tho city. Six of them wcro
arrested Tuesday, eight yesterday, and a
third haul was mado to-day, nud another is
promised to-morrow. Tho amount of fines
realized so far is nearly ono hundred and
Tho Cairo Turner society havo all tho
necessary arrangements perfected for a
grand festival in Schccl's hall on Christ
mas. Mr. .laeckel will deliver tho address
of tho occasion, nnd with music and feast
ing, wo doubt not tho affair will bo decid
Tho AthciiMim was again crowded
last night, and tho etitcrtninment gavo vory
general satisfaction. Tho greenback prizo
was drnwn by n lady living on Thirteenth
street. Tho usual distribution of nrizes
will take placo this evening, ovory person
present receiving ono envelop with a 25
cent ticket, or two envelops with n 60 cent
Tho oyster supper in tho leeturo
room of thu Presbyterian church,' ' tho
chief attraction for this ovoningt, No
chargo for ndmisslon, and everybody is
Invited. Desldes tho oysters thero will bo
n liberal and tempting supply of cakaand
confections, fruits, nuts, etc.
Tho delinquent list, published in tho
Hollkti.v, on Monday last, shows that
very fow of our tux payers havo rofusod to
pay the levy for tho Fox, Howard A Co.
fund. Tha collections will bd qulto suftli
cient, wo understand, to answer thy end for
which tho levy was made.
Tin: P-TLB's 7 at JIaiiket. U
Oayer Co., Pnoi'RiKTor.M. Trio meat
market Just opened by Uuyur and Co., at
tbo corner of Washington Avonuo nnd
Tenth street, Is just exactly such ti merit
market as thoso who know Gayer would
expect him to oAtablUh when ho "spreads
himself." Everything U new, freshly
painted, nnd wears nn air of cleanliness
that no ono will full to commend.
Gayer & Co. are nnKng tho oldest and
most experienced butchursof tho country
and havo learned that it pays host to keep
first class mcaU, und command first class
custom. If citisens would, th cfore, te
cum splendid frcih moats, por beef, mut
ton, vcul, lamb or iuuwgc t jy can nl
wuy find thorn In any quantit j desired
hoPeoplu's meat market. Just try it. u
Tin: Cntbal Meat Maiiitzt.
Messrs. Fred Kochlor & ;Co., of tho Cen
tral Meat Market, desire understood that
they keep nil kinds of meats, beef, pork,
mutton, lamb nnd vcalj that they buy and
laughter tho best and fattest nnimnl
brought to this market; dress and servo
out tho meats in a neat and cleanly man
ner, and deal with everybody fairly and
Market baskets of customers delivered
frou of chargo to any part of tho city.
Fresh sausago on alo overy morning.
Puy your meats, thou, at tho Centra
Meat Market, near tho corner of Tenth
street, on Washington avenue.
sop 20 dSm
Cairo JIakr il Factory. Forty-fivo
gallon lard tierces SI 80; pork barrels
H CO; tierces wlth'two Iron hoops ?2 00
whisky barrel, full bound, iron hoops
$2 25; dry bacon and hamtlorces, 20 Inch
hoop, very stout, $1 60; beer kegs, 8 gal
lons, 2 '10; gallons $2 00; half barrels
$3 00; barrel; 75. Whisky half barrels
and kegs of all kinds, Iron bound.
. docOdCt J.W.STEELE.
Look at Tiiesr Prices: A white shirt
for 1 ; 5 pairs of men' stocking for 1 ;
n largo traveling baskot for $1 ; Hand
scopes SI i largo china vases $1 ; lino writ
ing desks; four bottle assorted porfumcs
Si' ; and a thousand other articles equally
cheap, at tho Dollar Store, 128 Commer
cial avenuo. d3twlt
A Proof. Nothing is bettor proof of
tho oxeellenco of an article than tho fre
quency of Imitations of it. Those- coun
terfeits aro tho universal tributo which
worthlowncM pays to merit. Tho sterling
worth and popularity of tho Charter Oak
Stove Is attested by. this standard.
doo 12 daw It
Elkctiok Notice. Notico ia horeby
givo that thoro will bo a inootipg of the,
stockholders of tho City National Bank on
Tuesday, January 10th, 1871, for tho pur
poso of oloctlng sovon Dlroctora to sarvo
during tho ensuing year.
dWlWtd A. JL BAFFOIU), Cash.
Flout Choiio Family Fo ur ibb 1
half bbls., sack!, &c, for ealo at tnoEgyp
tian Mills. au
A I. Alio e stock of furnishing goods of nil
kinds always on hand nt P. Ned s, No. 70
Ohio Lovce. decOtf
A Word to the 1 Elderly. No body
ovc!) to bo gay. That human nature
JJvcry body dotosls tho hair dyes nnd tho
Bcdimental "not a-dyes." That's human na
turo too. Piialon'h Vitalia, or salva
tiov ror. thk uaik, woicu Jitcrally re
juvenates gray hair, is frco from filth and
sediment, which defilo tho dyes nnd "not
Sold by all druggists nnd fancy good
dealers. dec 12 daw lw
Lost, between tho Now York storo and
corner of Seventeenth strect,onCommor
clal avenue, on Monday, forenoon, a leather
po'rtmonalc, containing two $6 bills ono $2
and ono $1 bill, and somo fractional cur
rency. Tho finder will bo liberally re
warded by leaving tho same at tbo Now
York storo or The Bulletin' office. 3t
First National Hank ofdilrc,
tec. 10, n:o.
Tho annual meeting for tho election of
fivo Directors will bo held nt this Bank,
Tuesday, Jon. 10th, 1871, between tho
hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 p.m.
O. S. HUGHES,
dtd. ' Cashier.
Fro sh JJoltimoro oysters sorvod ln any
stylo desired, can bo obtained, at nny hour
of the day or night nt Louis Herbert's
restaurant. Also oysters for salo by tho
can, in any 'quantity desired, nt tho samo
prico. . tf
JOHNjPETRIE'ffNr.W MEAT MARKET.
ltesidcnts of tho neighborhood of Four
teenth street and Washington avenuo will
bo glad to learn that John Pctrlo, ono of
tho oldest and most successful butchers, has
opened a now meat shop in tho Blankcn
burg building, whero all kinds of frosh
meats, beef, ixirk mutton, veal lamb, venc
ison, sausage, etc., of tho best quality can
always bo had in quantities to suit pur
chasers. Customers may send their chil
dren und any kind of meat called for will
bo furnished, full weight and at tho rates
ruling tbo market. Pctrio asks a iharo o
patronage, and will guarantco full satji
faction in overy instance. Dec 2 lm
The splendid run of custom enjoyed
by Messrs. Uoldstino & llosenwatcr, 138
Commercial avenue, Is duo to tho fact that
they keep oxactly what tho trade demand,
and tail everything t tba lowvsl pueilbl
figures. Their Winter supply of ladles'
dress goods, Irish poplins, merinos, lustres,
nliiucas; mink nnd other 'ur. bleach nnd
brown sheetings und domestics, Is unusu
ally full, attractive, nnd will bo sold nt
lower prices than like goods havo buon of
fered during tho season.
Thoy dosiro to call especial nttenti on to
their stock of clothing, a largo addition to
which was received this day.
Every nrtlclo is of tho best
make, and tho variety is so goncral
that no ono can fail to suit himself aiiko
in style, quality of goods and price.
A largo stockof white, colored and vari
egated yarns aro offered at greatly reduced
prices. In short, for anything in tho dry
goods and clothing liuo it will pay to go
directly to GoldstlnoA Rosenwator, as thoy
aro in a condition to servo customers with
anythlng' ln that lino in tho most satisfac
tory manner. dol2d&wlw
Closing Out Salr.
Twcnty-flvo thousand dollars worth of
ndy-mado clothing, bats, caps, boots,
oes, trunks and valesc aro offered for
,alo by P. Ncff, 70, Ohio Lcvco, at AC
TUAL COST P1UCES, It being his In
tention to closo out in thut liuu and em
bark oidailvjly and inoro extensivoly in
tho fu rnuhing goods and merchant tailor
This closing out fialo furuithc un oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheaper than
over beforo offered in this market.
A I1B1CK DWELLING HOUSE FOU
A two story brick residence, admirably
arranged,, with largo grounds (4 lots), sit
uated on tho corner of Holbrook avenuo
and Twenty-third street, will bo sold on tho
most rcasonnblo terms. It la located on
high grounds, In an excellent neighbor
bcod, tho grounds containing bearing fruit
troes, vines and cholco selections of shrub
bery. It is, In short, ono of tho complotest
oiiics in tho city.
Apply to W. H.TH031AS,
At Thomas, Gro on o:Aldcu s
Fair nnd Festival.
Tho Ladles of tho Cathollo congrega
tlon will hold n Fair and Fostlval (ChrUt.
mas week) in Mr. J. II. Phlllls' Hall cor
ner Tenth street and tho Lovoo, commenc
ing Monday evening fctho 10th inst., ond
will continue during tho three suecesslvo
Thoro will bo a varied assortment of at
tractive nnd fancy artielos to suit tho tnsto
A beautirul Album, to bo nwarded by
ballot to tho" MOST POPULAlt YOUNG
LADY in tho city. A VERY FINE
NEW PIANO which cost fivo hundred
dollars, ito'bo rafllcd for at ono dollnr per
' Nothing will bo left undone to pleaso
all. Supper, fifty cents; admittance, 2
Tho publio nro Invited to attend.
Doors opon nt 7 o'clock p.m.
DcC,3Tue.F.& 19, 2021.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE
That Peter NefT, No. 70 Ohio lovce, is
closing out Ills largo and well selected stock
clothing, boots, shoos, hats, caps, trunks
and voilsci, at and
It is hisipurposo to embark moroicxton-
Ively in tho merchant tailoring nnd fur-
nlshlni: coeds business henco tho desiro
to closo out tho stock above enumerated.
Boys, fflrU. Parent, EreryboHy, Look
Hoys, girls, fathers and mothors theso
two paragrrphs aro especially dedicated to
you. P. Soup, 102 Commorcial nvenuo
has broucbt on tho larires stock o" toys
nnd confcctlonarics over opened In Cairo.
Wo shall not attempt to enumerate. We
shall only say that tho supply cmbracos
everything yet invented to plcaso, In
struct nnd entertain lltvlo boys and girls
Jinny of tho toys nro highly ornamenlalj
others aro vory curious, Aid nil aro fully
forty per cont. cheaper than liko nrtlclo
wcro over before offered in tjls market.
Liltloboys nnd girls, oven folks of mature
growth, find it impossiblo to pass Saup's
establishment without stopping. Tho nt
trnctions insido nro irresistible. And no
wonder. Think of twenty-six largo cuscs
of toys stcnmboatJ, locomotives, sol
diers, horses, dogs, cuts, elephant,
dolls, toy furniture toys that walk and
cry do everything but think nnd talk-
animals that howl and bark nnd stpical
and hollow balls, mnrblcs thine cu
rious, things ingen lout, things ornament,
nd all so cheap that anybody can sccuro
a full supply for Christmas I
Thon again thoro nro tho confections
the largest nnd best stock "over seen In
Cairo. Candle", mint nnd gum drops,
fancy .candles nnd kbacs ovorythlng in
tho candy lino, nnd nil of tho purest qual
ity nnd most popular brand. Hut enough.
IT you want toys und confections for tho
holidays or nny other days, thoro la ono
placo whero you can suit yourself beyond
doubt, nnd that placo Is nt P. fc'uup'. 102
Commercial nvonuo. novKtf.
Arlington, Coltunt,u, I.lda Nowll, I'ulneah,
MarbT Citv, MemnlUf, i:iU.Hughi, Niutultlc,
M lUgta, EhditI Io. Rubicon. Vlcttburp.
Itobtllurni, Cincinnati, h'ljjliloncils, Louisville,
Arlington, Colainbm. I.liU Norvfll, I'mlucata,
Kill UurIi6. Nlmlle, M Hrgnii, Kvanavilla.
ItublCKu.M Louis Kobt.iiuriu, Morui'lil.,
Tho weather Is again cloudy and tho
temperature so cool as to Indlcnto snow
rather than rain.
Tbo river has risen two Inches tlnco
last report, but now seems to lo nbout sta
tionary. Tho Mississippi is at a stand nt St.
Louis. No riso is reported above. Thero
is full six foet water in tho Mississippi
above Cairo, and ten below.
The Ohio Is rising steadily at Pittsburg
with seven fcot water in tho channel.
Tho river is rising slowly at Louis-
vllio with thrco foot two inches wator in
the chute and two feet moro in tho canal.
The Cumberland Is still rising with
four ff ct on Harpcth shouls.
iluslncss hero continues brisk.
Tho Mary Davago discharged ten tons
horo for Cairo niorchants.
Tho Marblo City brought C1C bales
cotton, 320 sks dried frnit for roshlpmont
East nnd North per rail, and 00 hoad cat
tlo for Cairo. Sho returns to Memphis
this evening with nbout 300 tons received
hore, and engagements for all sho wants
Tho Ella Hughes brought CO pkgs ce
dar waro, 23 bdls printing papor,nnd n few
lots sundries for St. Louis, 240 bbls Hour
80 bbls meal, 10 pkgs eundrie for rehip-
Tho Malllo llngan brought 10 pkgs
furniture nnd sundries for Cairo dealer?,
nnd 155 bags oats, 03 boxes handles, 20u
bbls potatoes for reshlpment outh.
Tho Nightingalo passed down this
morning fully repaired.
Tho M. V. T. Co. is loading a bargo
hero for Now Orleans.
Tho A. linker has laid up for n short
time to await an increase in buslnuij lu
tho Cairo nnd Capo Girardeau trade.
Tho Julia for VIcksburg, foUIo Ablo
and W. J. Lewi for Now Orlouns, nnd
Grand Tower for Memphis, nro nil duo to
day. Tholdlowild Is tho regular packet for
Evnnsvlllo this evening.
Faltk Well I'ouadcd.
In old time, nt tna commencement of ovry
aea.on, It waa tho fashion to takn n Btron cathar
tlq tu n aafeKard ajalnat achnngo of temp'ruliire.
It waa ft worse than aenscleaa practice, Thu ut o.
nloof ounlar iindurtand tlm matter letter. In-
ateiul of depleting tho lysUm they roinforco It-
In tho melhod they adopt they eshiolt uhUb dc-
criinlnution. Instead ijfruorUpto tho;VllIiiteiV
timulauta of commerce, or any of thocuuipotiudit
derived from them, lliey put their faith In tho
only abtulultily rurn lnri);orunt procurable In tho
arht lloautter 'a btoroaoii Bitters. Thelrfaitu
la ell founded. Never has any tonls medloino
been prepared with such acrupuloua precision
ami conciontoiia care, It i n veuctablu cctn-t
pound of which overy Ingredient ia aouud, wolo
aomc, anil 'mediclnul' in tho truo senso of the
word, Now, wo have three prominent nationa
complaints, One-half tho ndult populatlou or tno
United State auncr moro or loks, eitner irom u.
oanea of tho atomach, Uerangementa of the liver,
or aflectiona of the'kidney. In no other laud un
UerIIavu are theao tnaladles o general as in
this country, nud Hortelter'a Wir I ft apoci'ia
for them all, unle. ofganlo In their origin, und,
therefore, heyond enrol And let those who aro
fortunau enough to be exempt from them at prea
ent under.tnd one great fact, vU l Ut an ociw
tonal uaaorthlt vltalUma tonlowUl m certainly
prevent them aa-the un will provent theoarth
from freetlng whero Ua social beams desctnU,
BAKERY ASfD C'OXFEC
TIOTUHtY. 1 0CUDORF& 0
Ilavinif f far rrfnifted from the ctlocts of tho
Mtfllirn to w itUeto rcniimn bumnei, tll
themfllvc or tin. mnlioil to inform tli bublio
tint they havo oHcnwi n Ji.kcry on tho
Cor. Eighth St. A" Washington avenno
Where they aro prepared to tn their customers
with tho of
Cakea, CltrUtmaa CaadsM hndk l.nfcc
On tho most reasonablo trm. They will, i
ncri'ioiore, Keep aiun tnppiy 01
zivb 33 ix jo aid,
In tlii wamifictnro of which they havo acquired
They respectfully solicit n slioro of tho public
Th undcrsiKoeil lxen appointed "BOIjK
AOKXTst In Cairo, Illinois, for the bi)o of tho now
celcbraleil - -
33cll jVTetal 3?ens.,
Tho.fi Petin nrn mnr nlrnn.t .xeln.lvelv in 11. m
In all tho eowrnmcnt Uornftmnntii. bnklnir ml
commercial hoiiiennnil publinschonliilhrouKhoiit
the UnllrdSlntO". Thnycnnh uaetl mfely Inrnl
Ink. KikjIi pen KUnratitcod as (tumble ni eight
ordinary stI pons
93 00 per (Irnas.
II. A. IIA'.O.V.
Cairo City Book Bindery
Is prepared to
Manufacture lllauk Uooka and dn 1
kind of Uooklllndlnif and Ruling.
73 Ohio Icvce,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS.
FORWARDING i COMMISSION
And Ajjnt- of
OHIO RIYK U KANAWHA.
jvo. 70 ozzxo Xjaa-vju
Ki'ecuag&Aor AirsA Co.,
General- Commission M ercbant
So. Vl'i, Ohio I.cvco,
novlllf CAIRO, ILL.
. I). Mathusa.
G. c. uh
1.15 Ohio Lcrcc, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Hpecial attention lcn to the purchato and sala
.TANUARY 3, 1871.
ROUGH HD READY FIRE
Aro perfecting arrangement for n flrand
Xw Y ear's Hall,
T bo g.vcn in
In SoheeFs Hall
M outlay Juu. it, 171.
The managers bes to assure the publio that no
eflortvvlll bo aparod to inalso the occaalon credit
ablo alike to the company and the city, und worthy
f tho patronage of tho publio.
I.et t!iot who feel' diipoaed to rwognlte p
erviccH ot the Company, nnd earnestly dee "
pro-iperity, buy tickets, and If pxwaibie, "I11'!;
TtiH invilotlnn la In thu niihlle l'nneral'j. and all
well behaved person v, Ml bowuteuiueJ.
TOon Tue.day.tho sotlt day ot Ie.-einlr, inalant,
7 i. im , In u-L- in iho forenoon of thai.
da .'uudor and by virtue of tho -nwer ofaalo co,i-
vwlne.1 in aald inoCg iiie, at ll, at nutu uonuiion. iu
i,i,i.r ir mali. at iIib iltlcu bu ldlae
of Mhl Truateea, corner of WathlnKton av.uuu
.....i itu. i.i'k.i!,! rilV of Cairo. in Alexander
.iuiuoia, (in iiiv at.it "lit
Cairo, aocordinu to thu recorded plat theruof,
with (he appurtenancea, to aattarv tlio purpoon
and condition ui ai 9'uriKaf .
mted. uauo, tinnoia.
Trustees of the Cairo City l'ropcrly.
-pOR AII KlAllMl OK
G to tbo CAWBVLI.F.T1K orrCB
I1B L If
U hereby SUen that Am-hwut nwM
for mor.. tlTan aixfJ'u I .' Vti afn
lion nf the Hiiioti.i aecurcd to Ih paid lvu ce am
lnuTtuaua Htwi by Uotvntry Culley to Bamoel
Htiii5vufrXl ti win I-ur..!!!. Tru.teea of th
Tniflfid tthe.lleivrder'ji tlttlco. in ami 'or Alex-
Jl Ift Aa:
1 - '
t it c!
E. H. MAYNABJ), Prop
N i l HUE ,S GREAT REft
Wholesale I'epot N. W. corner Fifth iuxliIUc
ntriiCK, I'liiiMclphU,' ra.
JACOB HCIIKITTZ, Prprttsr
It Is n reliable. Family Mcdlclncanil ran ba
taken by either Infhni or acult with tho tarn been
etuil.l re.tiR.. t i rvr rtIh,'prompt(int teedr
remmlv fur dinrrhen.dTientrv. bow ! coiaclitd
ilj.pepim. loHrne.. nf piriti. fitlnliDK. afck
oinarn, neniiAi-ne, 01c. rorcmua ana loaer 01
all kind, It U fur better and stfer than fiuiniM
withnubnny of in peniloloin-eirect.. 'It rtlcct
nn appetite, prote n powerful Ulaeator of (food
Rnu wm cuumernrt mi nicest o, mjunr in n kw
minute.. Aa Indi.nutabla erldencci of it Medi
cal proportie4, c append n fvtr of tho. many ccr
Kant Tenn., nml Va.K. R.
Jicoa Hciurrz, IUiDear Hrr 1 1 nane4Hi
Ditteral havu iibiolnwl lroio you.and HndleB
to b.i all they nrn rocumrocndeil to be. , I found
ono bottle to Nfiord merAntidemUe reKof. t. htl
aathomlt Irmuutlo vcry.well witlrotft in
layprvacnt. itt(-of heallju
u. mi..m(u;. iu southern Ft., 1'iiiia.
l'.tfltor lliptl.t l'atsyunk Church.
HoU by W. I. AlUn,ss Malnlitreot Diitti'qui.
i SIMWOHS' I
(rar romplalnt aro
n in kiiio. 'oonia
Ittie Ihetitn Kin
iiii.txkvu urrtiriitn.ii.nl. Tuaatotnacniaanect-
cdTiltlrlffV" of appetite andrJtrv, brU In
cenialooatie, anmellmta altctnaHn wilb lax
Thw heail l tmublfil with paln.'nnl dilllrihtaty
on of innfnorv.acacni-
'ItMnletfwtlh nairrHll aen-
lono' aotnethlnif which
.pint.. iVtirtetlmiai anmrt
tomt attend ttla dlaeane, and at lher tlme Very
few or them t but tlio I.ITer la Renetaiiy too ors'ui
rcoit ImolvcJ. Cum tho Uier wtth,
ATr"'P,,rn",no' ron. and lrevwurrantd to
Ixiatrictly TeKUible, uudcundo no Injury to any
""u'haa hn ncd by hundred. an'J Irnownol
Ida laat aj ear at one of tho moat rallaUa.affl
ration, and harmlen preparations vr flrtd
tho (utierluir. Ifuktn rrxularly and yemtttn
it u .lire to cary
dlarrboM, atfectlon ot
iho bladder, .camp
tti.. untti., . tM.r. titfrvou.neaa.chilUffaiataaea
of thu akin. Impurity of the blood, melaaclioly,
or ilepre.aionor apirila, heartburn, colic, or pain
In Hi" boweU, luila in thai head, fever and ajtue
(irop.y. bolla, palnin lhibacl(anUlrabavaaUim
ery.lpelaa, female allecllona,' and bilious diMajaT
fiVrerpirtd only by J. II. Zelllsa -!c4
Por aala hy Ilarolsw ilrolacB, XatVM
Cairo, Illlnot. ''f TJJ'W
Sit bin-tintnaw '
Q:AI-KX, -7 t
K.tabllshed in and chartered I8et,tar4h
.reainealtr MS dlaeaa
dident to both aexiia.
of a wtiata
A euro I suartavleed
every case uxilrtakn,
Dewces1 Female Regulators
Por female. arrante I to remove obatruction
etc. I'fiee HmtIkx.
AI-. a full ua.onmi'ut of Uandagea and Truaaea n
a.upunur nuulUy nl Mala Hheahbal fl foralnjle
uno; J pur hall doien, or per doaen.
A Medidar I'aiuphlat, oontaialitg'ka alakorala
trcntiao on the abovo'dlaeiaea, with a few practical
ruuurk upun.lho uuau. aittxaiV and U.tlaiaat el
lnt fanm-contalnlnK ui large paea an W cot
andengravutgd, anowinthedlflcient auxeaietc.
tent in ko-iled wrapper on receipt of pti' -cent,)
Galen's Head Dispensary,
J 1DKNUK Corner Ninth and Walm
OKFICE-Corner 8fxth Street and Ohiol
OFFICK U0UR3-f rom 9 a.m. to 1
IIEOIUENCNO.U, Thirteen "TL
Waahlngton Avenue and Waln4,,w'
Via comerciai AVfnun, unr ,
1 On or about th
the city f
l waa ma !
L.l.ilu.j t,,t,li nn.t.lA tr, .
(contlned to f y tcl, - Aft All Ivfiea
'ftil (iod la naw faat reitorlryg tMtlce.'"!"
kKrnn i iTAiil
ikh; nn hi
tUD IIIK UIV M.llll iU 'VuumCia iMtfMf r- M
In fcho 3?e?
vuriter . .m k mmm tuila 'araTeHSSWII
whernl wiliprparr jJgTJjTt,
aid to a'l who may neud irSAb. theer.
To lh hiut 1 will at a"W PrycnD,t a"
Corner ('onttneraiaL i
fU.frr kro?H g&uVZ
ty yrvseaa. i ; f -1 1 " I If
3v - 4 4 .i.
4 a v-