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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1871,
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CAIRO AND MOUND C,TV
NT'. AM TI
Will mule three trips dally
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passenger, or freight
ItltlsO moikd mi
At I .so - a.m
At 1:30 p m.
At C p.m.
30 cents i 10 llfkets for $2 0.
' CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
.lv racket for Paducah, Evensvhle nd Lou.
l.vllle, the favorite slesmer,
UDD'il V JLJIiXjIEj,
T. O. HY.HA'i Mauler.
, Cairo svety RATUDKAT at o'clock p.m.
rot fr rM or pW PP'r on bo.rdor to
JAW. BIOO, Ag't.
CAIKO AND I'ADUUAII
The splenJId steamer
Joe Foivlcr, .Matter.
' r JVll.f, Hinliys excepted) at 4
'"ihtor ''jv.:&ycUn. Ar..or
TOR SALE,f;oralej-FOK SALE,
FOR SALE. J Forget FOR BALE.
Fare from Liverpool,
Fare from Londcndekrt
Fare from Glasoow,
Fare from Queenstowx'
positively os.: A'laiiT only.
SATURDA V m'KNlNG, NOV. 20.
1 ir I'm or.
Mrs f ''"'' ?
Itrr" b erosdi-il Luino.
SWISS Ii K L h R I X K R S !
VOUNO I.AIir OlK'HKMIIA AMI Sll.VKR
Cornet Dan i
SOL SMITH RUSSELL,
Atnrle Greatest Humorist!
Flrxt appearance In Cairo of the eminent Soprano
MISS NELLIE USAPP.
AdmiMion to cents.
Keservtd seat W cents
Beats on be secured la advance at D. Hart-
mea's auction itore 2M3t
Published every morning, Moadity ex
SiSord, Morru A Ca
Livtrpool New.Toik ahd rhiladilpbia
Villi COIT1ACT WITS fMlTID HTllD tllltlU
Fsr.Carrying tne Mails.
for passage tickets
oa rcaiata isroivmo
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot,
15 l!rodwJ, Krw.Votk, otto
Wt'hlDtion Atrnuf, Cairn. urn.. s
"ITrA.NTED-Br uncle gentleman n furnished
ro'.m nd bonnl, in 1 1 trictly prirnte fami
ly. Reference giren ani required. Kridrrs,
22 )lir IK. W 3Vj. Cairo. 111..
Col. Taylor will bo absent from tho
city tcvcrnl weeks.
Go to Dr. McGaulcy for Rattlngor' Fc-
ver Drops. "NVarrantod to euro tbe cbills.
.Mayor Lnnoilcn lms been nway from
hU post about a week. "Wo don't know
who is holding tho post up In Ills nb
tsnco; but it stands still.
Tabcr Urolhers are prepared to man
ufacture any pattern of jowolry to order
to suit the parties and tho purse. All
kinds of rings, seal, chased and plain, to
fit the finger and the purse. tf.
The business man who lacks the en
terprise to seire the opportunity to adver
tise his goods in the Cairo City Directory
Is a Paducahan at heart, and ought to be
compelled to live nil his life in that one-horse-town.
Tuber lirothcrs nro constantly re
celving new coeds not in the line of their
own manufacture, such as optical goods of
all klmU, fine gold and silver beaded
canes, music boxes of nil kinds, toy music
boxes for children, something new and
very attractive. Silver plate cheaper than
ever, &c, &e. tf.
for liolldny presents, nro requested to hand
In their favors nt ns cr.rly n dny s possible.
Cnrloton, the Irish comedian who has
bocn delighting our citizens with Ii!h
flnshes of droll genius, Is just now run
ning In Hie rut of niisernb'y bad luck.
Ho and Ms wifo arc, ns our play-loving
readers know, nctori of rare merit In their
business. They were en routo for Vlcks-
burg, whoro lliey hnd n star engagement,
nnd bad forwarded thtlr buggngo wnrd
robrs, mmie, manuscript plays, etc., by
tho Illinois Central road from Chicago.
Tho baggage arrived in this city, nnd was
sent forward In the direction of Vlcks
hurg, but It never got there, "at all, at nil."
It is wnnderlng somewhere In search of Its
owners, and will probably find them on
tho day of tho big Chicago flro In which
the crt I, In to go up at the end of time.
Catletoii, ir. eonsequenco of this accident,
hut been thrown out of engagements in
Vlcksbttrg, New Orleans, St. Louis, New
York and other places. Ho is, strange to
relate, therefore "on his head," terribly
indignant, and has iworo on n cor;- of hl
funniest Irish plaj that he will have sat
isfaction. As n step in the direction of
satisfaction, ho has commenced an action
for damages in tho sum of $10,000 against
tho Illinois Central railroad company.
Slgnor Farini will, in a few days, ar-
rivo in Cairo whero ho proposes to estab
lish n conservatory of music. The slgnor
is n vocalist of superior ability, and as a
pianist ranks with "Wcbll who is said to
bo the finest in America. Farini was
one ot fifty first-class oporatlo pcrformors
who wero thrown out of engagements by
the burning of Crosby's opora house. Tho
Qulncy Herald says: " Arrangomonts
had boon mode for the finest opera soason
ever known in Chicago indeed tho opera
was to have been located thoro this winter,
for in Now York, with the excoptlon of
tho brief cngagomonts of Nil'.son nnd
Wnchtcl thoro is no first-class company at
all. Sic. Farini was to havo superinten
ded the splendid troupo that bad been
promised to our Chicago neighbors, nnd
is, of course, thrown out wttn tne rest.
All who know anything about tho man
ngemont of such affairs nro well aware
that the engagomonts nro concluded at the
latest, by tho end of August, and it is too
late for first-rato artists to obtain such
now a WOUIU oe auimuic vu
their rank in their profes
sion." The eonsequenco l, Farini, with
othor meritorious artists, must bide his
timo. AVhile in Cairo, sometime ago, he
was induced to think favorably of tho
suggestion that he should establish a con
servatory of music, nnd he has consented
to do so. "Vc hope ho may meet with
VI TINTED 23 TEAMS To work on Uif Cairo
and fat. Louie rnllrd. Aptly ontlie work
two miles form tmnior t (.Vmrthouee lintel.
AM VIS A JIKKWIN.Contrn-Jtiir-.
Not S3, is:i.-ill
"WTAMED-COOI'KRS Elcjit Coopers wanted
to ro to Tli'l!. Illinois, to mirk on l.nl
t.trre md pirk birrei, ti.ia pa n lor pom
tsrrels, sad J1.30 psio urn iier-.
ThelK S, Illinois.
The Commercial Hotel will 1 rented on favor
We terms, Poenionffleirninedist)!y. Ap
ply to (Dct.'sit) C. WINoTOS.
Tbe Urn and
situated on EiKhth between Walnut an.
commodious dwelling house
Itgtoa (sppos.te the Presbyterian Church) Is for
rest. For term, etc.. apply to
II1UMAB. fiflEEN k AI.DE.V.
Ohio l.eres, Cairo, Ills,
VTO O.VE Is permitted to milt bills aaiu .t the
X steam-rT V. Eckert, and from this dale no
my written order.
Lills will be paid unless made by u.snelfor upon
Itten order. It. W UUON. Master.
OTemherZI, lbl. novSldU
llgent reader knows is nnothor name for
a thing of beauty.
Tho gentleman who tapped Park's
till on Tuesday evening rejoices in tho
name of John Frows, Esq. Ho is from
Clnclnnntl whoro ha enjoyed tho reputa
tion of being thorough in his business,
n thief with few superiors and no equal.
A fev years ngo ho had tho honor to
represent tho Queen City in the Ohio putii-
tentlary. ester ..ay Mr. Arnold and
dipt. Park dropped on him on tho steam
er Jiolfmt. In n few minutes, Mr. Ar
nold had convinced him that it would be
wrong to keep tho money he had stolen,
and llko tho kind-hearted gentleman ho is,
he disgorged $12. Ho had 11 planted " tho
sum undor a Inriro rock in tho rear of
the ttono depot. Mr. Arnold, in his forci
ble manner, enlorced upon Mr. I rows the
beauties of honesty, and recolVing from
that gentfeman tho assurance that he
would never do o any more, nllowed mm
to " run."
-McIIale, tho city jailer, was startled
yesterday by loud nnd long-continued cries
of "Murder!" and "Firel" and "Uoipr
At the timo Mac was In tho act of placing
In his mouth a very largo and nicely-boiled
potato. He would have b;on a false son
of tho Emerald Islo if ho had laid down
tho berry beforo it had baen devoured.
Ho thoreforo finished it bofore ho sought
to ascertain tho cause of tho cries of an
guish and distress. Having sent tho pota
to to Its place, ho walked down atalri, out
of the door, and around a corner of the jail.
Thoro he was horrified by seeing n naked
negro with nil his body but his head out
side of one of the air holes of tho jail and
his head inside. Mao nt once concludod
the fellow was trying to break into tho
Jail, and proceeded, nt In duty bound, to
pull him out. IJut ho failed. lho head
wot too larco for tho hole. After mucn
trouble. Mac succeeded in forcinc the
black body through tho air hole into tho
jail. The body belonged to Iko Jolinson
who had attempted, in this way, to cscapo
no didn't ; but came within ono of hang
ing himseli. If Mac had delayed one mo
ment longer if ho had attacked another
potato tho white soul of black Iko would
have winged its way to tho realms of
light, etc. Iko thanked Mac, nnd said:
"Thank tho Lord, but damn that hole I "
goods, to willed they direct tho ntlcntion
of nil who wish to havo mndo clothes
thnt nro worth the money paid for them.
Cleaning nnd repairing dono neatly nt
AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION,
Tho Rorgers will ring their bolls and
sing their songs and toot tholr horns on
Saturday night, next,
AVo appeal to all tho "young tins" Tliero Is nulto a stir ninoni? tho music
among our rcatiors, nnd nsk tlictn
You Think It a Sin 7" Thus
AKRIVEI) AND DEPARTED.
Htentner. Wlieto from. Where lo.
fs think It asm In the Rlcanliis
lo sit nenraticat fitlltiK drrss,
With the daintiest of maldrus srithln It,
And lily-white fingers to press J
Or softly to lift a stray ringlet,
That floats o'er a bosom of snow,
Or to peep Into eyes that are slanclnft
From darkly frlngei eyelids below t
Or to set Just beyond where she's sitting
A something you ought to repair,
And pas. your arm 'round her and fix it,
And then forget your arm's there s
Or, Just In the lit of abstraction,
To tell her there's something you miss,
And while she is helping j su find It,;
To stesl from her mouth a sweet klis )Z
And as she's reproving j oil mildly,
Ton draw in your arm rather tight,
And tell heryour're sorry you did it,
If she does not think It quite right;
And then Inyour penitent momonl
You say that to you It Is plain
You ought, as a msttcrof honor,
To glre her the kiss back again.
Tet how to do sn Is the putzle,
For In viewing the matter all o'er,
If 1 give back the kiss 1 have stolen,
Blie might say I had taken one more!
Oh, I am sadly perplexed nnd confounded,
I want to be Just nnd polite i
Don't you think that 'twero better to coax her
To give me to kissing the right.
I am afraid I've committed n blunder,
And acted somewhat llko a dunce ;
I think I mutt get up my courage,
And Bfck her to wed me nt once.
1'vo done it and she has cocsentsd
What n fortunate man I havo been I
And now you may keep your opinion
1 don't think I've committed n sin.
i -,,., ....7,,-., -r Belfast !H. Lou M. n. uncarts
,B J "u"llllu"w ti.b.illo Kvansv lu Kvansvlllo,
l no upcroitn nt tun Atnoncuin on Men
day evening, next.
The Itov. Mr. Tlinvcr will loeturo to.
night nt tho Presbyterian church, for tho
benefit of tho Presbyterian church, nn tho
" Triumphs of Mind." The reverend gen
tleman is snid to bo nn eloquent lecturer.
Tim Turners aro making arrange
ments for a grand hall on tho night of tho
30th instant, nt Washington ball. Tho
proceeds of tho ball will be npplled by the
Turners to relievo the wants of tho desti
tute of Chicago, who, in the approaching
hard wentber of winter, will suffer untold
misery unless the band of charity should
be stretched out full of liberal offerings
A wki.i. stocked grocery storo is adver
tised fur sale, nt a bargain. 3t.
Rusincss in the polico court yesterday
was rather blunt.
"Who is to step into John Shcehan's
shoot in the police force ? Shcchan, in
hit general conduct whilo on tho police
forco wnt n first-class olllcer, always utten.
tivo to his duties. "We regret that he got
Yesterday William Hughet, an old
man, entered a complaint against Hill
Davids for an assault and battery com
mitted yesterday nt Dogtooth Rend. Ar
nold caught sweet "William, who was
compelled topay a fino of t5 and coitt.
How to provldo warmth for tho pris- Iko Johnson, u negro, arretted by
oners in tho county tall is tho problem Hyots nnd Arnold, wn lined t and costs.
now pcrploxlng tho brain of Judge Rrots. Iko wont Into n dry goodt, boot, thoe, etc.,
A big stovo is out of tho question, and n I store, on "Wathington nvenuo, and tried on I jMt on(, nrlcr lnc (Un ilft(i riJen. Thatli
Ot. Repiibllc....St. Louis N. Orlcntis
Grand Tower... Memphis St. Lou s.
Ilelleof Pikc....St. l.oui jici.ii.i.
Florence H.1- J'011.1'
.Ins. Rnnkln ....Evitiisvllle hvatisvillo.
Jus. Fitk.Jr.. ..Pudtical Puducah.
Alarble City. ...Memphis St. Louis.
Illinois Columbus Columbus.
Lucy IIrtruni..N. Orleutis St. 1.0'ii.
RIVERS AND THEIR CONDITION.
Hero tho rlvur is steadily rltlng, and S
Inches is what it lint raited during tbo
past '21 hours.
At Cincinnati there is 12 fort .1 Inches.
It raised C feel 3 inches in 24 hours.
Nearly nil the tow boats have reached
there nil right.
The Ohio is riling nil tho way downt
nnd there will probubly b between flvo
and six feet of water In n few days, and a
busy time nmong steamboats tuny bo
Tho Mississippi is still riling, with an
easy stage out.
The rivers abovo St. Louis aro not doing
n grsat deal for their country.
Tho Arkansas still falls rapidly.
Monongahela river is 6 feet 2 inchot,
. At St. Paul the river is falling, and IcO
bus begun to run, making boats go into
At Dubuque the river is falling, with
tho wcathor very cold and freezing qulto
WEATHER AND BUSINESS.
The weather was rather cold all day
yesterday, with a stiff wind blowing from
tho north. Early in the morning it be
gan snowing, and enough fell to cover tho
earth with n robe of white, but It did not
The Buv. Mr. Footo will preach th
funeral tcrmon of Eddie McGce. Tho
deceased, was nn admirer of Mr. looto to
whom he looked up for advico nnd en
.oii,,.m.lp mn.i ,,, at) Jfr FOOtO';
young friends there was no ono in whom
he took rnoro interest than in Eddie, ovor
whose mortal remains he will to-day speak
words of regret, hop, wnrning nnd ex
postulation. Poor Eddio McGi-o. Gono to his long
home. Everybody in Cairo knew him
and everybody lovptl him. Guntlo in
manner, courteous in word and gesturo, a
born gfntlernan, young in years but old in
the experiences which tlevelopo tho better
nature of mankind, Eddie died lamented
by friend nnd acquaintance. Soft be tho
turf above his pule!nss young heart.
Peace to his manes.
Sol. Silver it golden, but he mutt per
mit us to say that we have not the brass
requi.-t'd to publish his nd. of the steamer
Jawf Howard, Jr., n jolly large
A meet ne or Hie stockiioiiier. nrihr rairn am i
Vincennes railroad company will be held . the I boat owned bv Alderman Put. Fitzgerald
urdsv. December 9, HT1, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for
the purpose ut ratifying the action of th bviard
of airectors. n. It. MltNKD,
, , SwreUry and Tieurr.
Cairo, Iotembfr3, H71.
The Illinois Central Had Una I Coiiipnt now
onerfor sale the follolngdetrild loitu Firs
Addition to the City of imro, tit :
Lot J7 block . Ut 21 blr,ck H.
' 4 " hi a i, f,'
" " tt, 31 til
.." " H. " 31 '
turterms.ite. apply. JAMES JOll.NiON.
and Gen. Bruco Hunter. The boat, hoi
Informs us, will leave to-day with Fitz
gerald on the roof, Capt. Sandusky In the
cabin, ush Floyd and Jamon Hughes in
tho office, Hamilton nt tho engine, Tom
Seymour mate, Joe Aboil carpenter, etc.
Wo nro afraid that, if wn mention the bal
unce of the crew, wo shall got our eyes
put into mourning, and that would never
T L?.u:; ''VV '"' " tVl per mouth ; will
.ui .! gmn-jor num. ,i p,t. aimly to
t""'-''r No. VT tllnn ifiU
A uruvbitr mi-ami, with full f.ftokof Kro
cenes eligibly suuated i n on Wa.hlvslnn
B',IUtln OH ,ng" g0CMl tU,lt"'"'' ! Ih.
The t'ollowiug wuro the arrivult at
the Doltnonico hotel, Win, "Winter, pro
prietor, fur til n twcnl v. four lmiira f-ndlni'
AtR.&OTS.r,!!.M 9 o'clock tun., Nov. 22, 1871: James
&nil ,mi .................. . 1:.: i " n.uj- n n e. u
r.iiQb iinpu vjiriiiucuit, o.llll l ioscuiuitl,
Evantville, Ind.; P. Y. McCoy, Thomas
J. Mothow, Colttmbui, Kva Murrov Phll-
llpt, Now Madrid, III.; John 0. Crow,
Chicago; James Gilmore, Trouton, N. J.j
Hugh Ried, Chicago, III. ; Andrew Roy
nolde, Chicago, 111. ; Geo. A. Rabbttt, St.
Louis, Mo. ; Jack Clarkson, Missouri; W.
It. Morris, Mound City, 111, ; Perry Pow
ers, Mound City, 111, ; John Gates, City,
II. 1). Wool, New Orleant; L. S, "Wid-
ney, New Orleans; A. Perkins, Mounds,
ill- i W. P. Hollistcr. Memc-his. Tenn.
Mrs. H. Rrothers, Memphis; AV. H. Cecil
"Went Virginia; R. R. Uenhom, New Or-
leant; John Troutwlne, James May anil
reter Nelson, Hickman ; Harry AV. Dublr,
WILLIAM R. SMITH. M. D.
'e-(Ui.1Crn 1 Tk.i...it. .a a a..
I, t . . si- i w' " rrri, We
- ""nurrumi itTi-nii. up eUlr.
0- W. DUNNING, M. D.
.'"t'P'h nd .Walnut
ALLEN, MULKKY k WHEELER rlvuri J,H' Mort""' L'Jitville.
COUNSELORS AT 1,a.w
key, V CAIKO, II.I.IMjuj,
William J. Allen,
MTParticular attention paid to river and ad.
OFFICE Over First National liink, Ohio Levee.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. een, "
William B dllbert, V OAlllO, ILI.INOIH.
avapeciav attsntion glreu to Admiralty and
OFWOIf OHIO 11VEE, BOOMS 7 AND 8 OVER
The Ruder llrotliert, corner cf Elehtli
street and Washington avenue, have re-
-eivw and bad placed in their manufuc
turtng rooms several ulccot of now nnil
valuable Jeweler's machinery, and aro now
prepared-having tho machinery and
. h v.oranwn-to manufacture rings
it . . , I "m,,M"ii ear rings, and
ZlVr 'r.'? "y 'niw.no
...onnotieo and at prlcoi so
w vuoy win MuU u
prlccK of other estnblWhmentt of tho kind
actually athamed of theinselvct. Theiren
graver and enamek-r, who has Just arrived
from tho east whero he hvs lu-id in ,,,
most extent! vo Jewelry manufacturing es
tubilthmentt tho most rejpontlblu pohl
tlont, Is prepared lo do any work in hit
lino nnd to guarantee (satisfaction. IVr-
wl-litntr lint r lowelrv iiiannfii'-tiir
See advertisement of grocery stand for
FKEsiiSeguln mackerel on hnnd at Jor-
Adams' Dry Corned Fish for sale at
Our river reporter says it tnoweJ yet
terdny. Ho undoubtedly " nnothor."
Invest one dollar in Rarr's Pectoral
Elixer, nnd stop that troublesome cough.
The business man who refuses to ad
vertise in tho Cairo City Directory has no
mutic in his soul.
If you ore unhappy lose no time in de
termining to advertite in Trie Rulletik
and attend the Turner s ball, ut ashing
ton hull, on tho night of the 30th, inst
Yesterday was nn intensely cold day
for this latitude nt this time of the year.
The mercury fell almost to the freezing
point. Several times during tho afternoon
there wero symptoms of snow, but they
did not devclopc into flukes.
There was u gay little fight on the
ovee yetterday between two tleainboat
agents. Ono or tho belligeronts got u uiaci
eye and scratched face which of them wo
did not atcertain; and who they were nas
passed from our recollection.
Chief of Police Myers is 125 70 out of
pocket in consequence of his bog keeping
operations. In other words, und to stato
the matter plainly, tho chief has expended
the amount named for hog feed, catching
expenses, etc., in excess of tho whole
amount realized from the sale of impound
A member of the New York coin-
mitteo of seventy pasted through tho city
yesterday, and was shaved at William Al-
bu's shop, Commercial avenue, near tho
corner of Eighth street. Ho says it was
tho smoothest shave ho has rccoived for
years. Alba has a new and experienced
harbor to lend him a helping hand and
can accommodate all his patrons prompt-
The Ruder Rrothort, corner Eighth
street and Wushlngton avenue, havo rc
coived n bran-new lot of the latest-ttyled
breast-pins, ear-rings, finger rings, brae-
lets, watches, clocks, etc., vnd, invite the
public to call nnd inspect tho stock. They
aro also agents for the Davis' sewing mu
chlnc, Rurdettorgansnnd St. Louis piunoe,
and offer to tho public the best bargains to
bo obtained at any plaeo in Southern Ill
A tire engine company has been ot
ganized in the fourth ward, and will bo of
a great deal of use to that part of the
city when an engine has been obtained
for its uso. But where is tho engino to
enmo from? Tho city has no money, and
tho citizens of tbe fourth ward cannot be
expected to contribute tho amount neces
sary. What, then, is to bo dono V The
new company mutt either beg or steal the
Roughs' "Raby" or tho Arabs' stoamor.
nn. ii n. t. , .
mu - iiaoy ' is too om an engino lor a
new company, It wouldn't suit tho fourth
ward boys, and they must go for the
steamer. Aldorman Winter will accent
tills suggestion lit the best of humor. It
will delight him. Ho will emhraco it
without delay. Ho knows tho stoamor is
now more ornamental than useful, and
that In tho Hands of tho fourth ward bovs
it migtit uo mndo a tiling of utofulnett at
Tho friends and acquaintances of the
late Eddie McGoe are respectfully invited
to attend his funeral to-day, at Villa
Ridge. Funeral services by tho Rev. Mr.
Foote, at tho Presbyterian church, nt 1
o'clock p.m. A speciul train will leave
tho foot of Eighth street with tho body,
at 2 o'clock.
furnaco bow many thousand dollars will
Wbnt is tho matter: Tho Spring
field special correspondent of tho St. Louis
Democrat, says tho olection returns from
Alexander county have not been heard
from yot at tho otllco of tho secretary ot
state. Lynch, of our county clerk's of
fice, is always up to timo, nnd, therefore,
ns we teo tbo matter, tho fault of tho de
lay in returning tho returns returns cite-
where; nnd to this we are willing to testify.
n nair of now boots. Ho then refuted to
tnkoofftho boott or pay for them, fi
nally ho concluded ho would "clean out"
tho cttnbliihmr-nt. and was in tho uct of
doing so when ho was arrested and con
fined in tho calaboose, nnd in an ntteinpt
to escape be nearly hung himself.
Who wants to buy n newly ttocktd
grocory stoic, nt a bargain? Inqulro at
the second snow of tho casou.
Riiiincti on tho landing wat a little bet
ter than the day before, but It wat not
what wo can call good,
ITEMS or CAROO.
Tito Raker brought 400 bbl. lime and
510 bbl. Hour.
Tho Rurktvillo had CO bags wheat, 610
bbl. meal and 81 bbl. hominy.
Tho Belle of Piko discharged for tbe,
city 00 kegt beer, 100 bbl. lime, and a lot
Tho Fisk had twenty bales cotton, 4
Popular Lecture. Rov.U. R. Thayer,
who is spending n fow days in our city,
will, at the request of many citizens, dc- hhds. tobacco, 24 rolls leather and 11, bdls
liver hit popular lecture entitled tho wacon stuff.
A fine black marc, n good spring wag
on, and n set of now harness, for talc cheap
for cash. Enquire nt J. Burger's, 141
Halley hat something now at bis tin
store. It is the Dudley & Co., celebrated
colled goto nnd door spring. As a gale and
door shutter this spring ! iibout thro
length's ahead of any other spring ever
The raffle for the Hibernian fire
company's old engine house will come off
without fail on Saturday evening, Novem
ber 25th. Tho raffle will be held in the
new engine house on Thirteenth street.
Tickets CO cents. dGt
Hoi for Hallyl
New Store! New Goods!
Rett assortment of
Cooking and Heating Stovot
ever brought to Cairo,
on Washington avenue, three doors abovo
Morgan, of the Gallatin Oazett(, it
becoming poetical in his old dayt. His
first effort wat at follows :
Pome like oysters hot,
Some like otstericcld l
All like oysters fresh,
Hut none like oysters old
Of all the cyaters hat corns west,
Hick C'adle'a coiu-fed are the best !
The Gallatin Gazette, of 19th instant,
contains tho following: " Wo received on
Friday night four copies of tho Cairo
llullelin. If this paper was sent by rai'
it would reach Shawneetown tho day of
publication. Will that good-looking clerk
of the Cairo post-ofti:c, Tltomns Slooi
Esq., please, for tho sake of Ills many
friends here, sond Shawneetown mail by
railroad ? " Wo wish to know, too. Will
T. S. do as reqttosted? Wo will pnuso
several months for a reply.
Wo have no hctitation in recommend
ing William Ehlers, boot and shoo maker,
as worthy of most liberal patronage, Wc
know whereof wo apeak when wesay his
work it done in a masterly manner at the
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but the
best of stock, and ho cannot be excelled In
tho dellcato task of making an exact fit,
Give him a call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Wathington avenue nnd
Poplar street, nearly pposlto tho court
houtu, and wo will guarantee satisfaction,
In anticipation of tho first snow of
the season, which is bound to fall, wo sub
mit tbo familiar linos
" Oh I the snow, Ihe beautiful snow,
Filling the sky and earth below ;
Over the housetops, over the etreet,
Orer the heads of the people you meet.
Heautiful snow I it can do no wrong,
Flying to kiss a fair lady's eheek,
Clinging ts llpa in afrolicksome freak,
llcautlful snow Horn the heaven above,
I'ure ns an angel, and gentle as luve."
The merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Lchning & Koblor, on tho south tide of
Eighth street botwecn Washington nnd
Commercial avenue?, opposite Hanny's
dry-goods store, has been open only a fow
weeks and already thcto gentlcmc Hro oh-
talning n fair shnro of the putronago
of the public. Thoy aro both practical
man firht-clats mechanic! and nro will
Ing to gunrantoo tatlsfuctory work. They
Tbe honorablo county court of Alex
ander county Is anxious to obtain bidders
for several things. They want somebody
to sav how small n su
iur inu irouuie ui ruuiiuiir lue iiuui mini - - ... , . ..
, , , . i lecturo was delivered tbe press spoko
one year. Also, somebody to say how tL . , , .
smalUsumho will require to havo tho f;,,,. v.vnlnr- .Fa.rsil. staneelstllv! tierce lard, 3 ca.ks meat and a larga H
privilego of doctoring tho county pnupert n,MnP,n nn,w. Mr. lot of sundries.
i i- .i t. i r... ... Tl.. t.rKU rlli- bad 2f, bales rnttnn for fl
"Triumph of Mind," in tho Presbyterian T,.c itDy)n uad a cood trip, consltting II
1 1 ii mi k Buinciuu i i ... -
m will satisfy him c',urc,l on Thursday evening, .November of 1M U,M ahwtlnK( 600 lael coUon-bat-
ning tbe poor farm ,2:w'al ' "ciock. ,n eye y my were ,,. Ung( m bb! gU( , bblj poUtoe(
bblt. whitky,42bbls. flour, 33 bbl. pork,
a twelve month. Also, n foolish printer Jc,.verl this ,ccture for tho bcne. The Marble City had 25 balet cotton for
to pay tho county a small sunt per annum fflt 1rcsbylcrlnn cllllrelli nn(1 ,t j, thi , placo Ild 6U balet for St. Louii.
to bo allowed the privilege of publishing
the proceedings of tho court nnd printing
tho blanks U6ed by tho officers of tho sevc.
ral courts, tho sheriff nnd so forth.
If tho county court would build n rond
from Cairo to Mound City how happy wo
would be! And why should tho court
hesitate to build such a road? Tho people
orCiIro iuy tuoru than tlircc-fourtlis of ul!
tho taxes ,,aid into tho county treasury,
and tho court very promptly expends
thrco fourths of what is paid in for the
benefit of tho citizens of the county who
resido outside the limits of tho city sub
urbs. Roads aro being constantly repaired,
and now bridges built. Why, then, can't
a few dollars bo expended on the Mound
City nnd Cairo road ? Twico hs many
wagons como in from Mound City as from
any other direction, and a road between
tho two towns would bo of ns much benefit
to Cairo at nil tho othor roads that aro
now in operation or thought about -almott.
hoped that tho church tocicty, congrega
tion nnd the public generally, will boar
this tact In mind nnd give him a crowded
house. Admittance, 25 cents. 22d3t
IFrom the Cairo Evening Huti.l
Dr. J. White. Wo are glad to learn
that Dr. J. White it receiving callt for hit
udvico mid riitnollcs which bill fair to re
tain him in Cairo all wintor. Dr. White's
skill in so promptly detecting, ns hodoe,
every nilmcnt nnd the true condltion'of
tho entire body of tho sufferer is often the
wonder of the sufferer himself, and every
ono who witnesses tho cures.
Persons cnroless or indifferent lo this
opportunity for rettoration to health may,
regret their neglect for the balance of
their lives A o advito the early call of
diteased on Dr. White, with confident ex
pectatlon of permanent relief.
His rooms are ut the Southern hotel,
Ohio levee. nov7-lm
HOW TADUCAII PROPOSES TO OET HACK THE
TOllACCO TRADE WON FROM HER 11V
Cairo is eontlnuully "ttomping" on the
toct of Puducah, nnd has made thnt little
village afraid that the days of its supre
macy as ii tobacco market in " these parts "
arc nbout numbered. Impelled by this
fear Puducah has mado nn advnnco upon
Cairo's tobacco merchants in tho hope of rent, an
winning back thu trado which sho lias lost. Apply to
Notice. Tho best entertainment in
tho city is at the St. Nitholat hotel, saloon
and restaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin nnd pluno. Good lunch
MISCELLANEOUS AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Great Republic wat aground 40
hours Jat Devil's iiland. Sho came out
with a big freight and wat drawing over
0 feet when tho left hero.
The A. Raker will take a fow dayt, rest.
Sho it now lying alongside the Eckert.
A portion of tho levee wat covered with
Gypsies waiting n southern-bound ttetra-
The Rertram came up with hor guards,
nearly in the water. Among her freight
was -too bales cotton and iuuu uart raii
I no Aricantat none wat toieavo tvtni-i i
villo last evening for this place. y
A utipaicn iromtuo ikc uammiu siaics
that tho arrived all right at Hopcfiold
with her tow.
All tbe towboalt will be uble to get to
I I 111- .!.! . . I I. V t-1. tll
j.ouisviiie wuuuui buy iruuuie, nuuu "'"ft
I in n crxliond to the neonle. for a coal fam-f.'
D - I ,
ino was cerlr.inly expected had It not boon
for the lato rite.
It wat announced that the Fortythe
would commence loading the first of thi
week, but from present appearances it was
every morning and nigni. ah oi me a mistake, at she It still lam up oeiow tuoii
llnest brands oi cigars, unu me uesi ai. stone depot.
Louis lager beer, alwnyt fresh and nice.
Give ut n cull.
Harry Walker, Proprietor.
Rrick Stop for Hent. The brie
store, No. "ft )hio Lovce, now occupied
by F. M tockflcth, Esq., is offered foi
II bo vacant on tho 18th intt
JNO. II. PillLLlS.
A correspondent of tho Paducnlt Kentuck-
ian, writing under dato of Woodvlllo,
November 20th, toys: "Ono of the wl-
test thingt that your council has dono for
somo timo was to chid nn inspector from
Concert and Lunch. Remember,
that there is n free concert every night at
Jllankcnbcrg's Excolslor saloon, tho bett
Ballard county, and I doubt very much if fitted, most comfortable cosy saloon In tho
a more efficient ono could havo been found city. A lunch is spread nightly, and ino
In tho county tbon tho one thoy selected, public invited to attend. 21dlm.
Ho resides in that portion of the county -.-vvhero aro voti come? To tho placo
adjasont to Cairo, which placo has been mlmbor C3. oiiio levee, whero they kcup
selling a great ueni oi tooacco mat suouiu ,h be5l frcah Oy8tor. fl,h ad came, n:,J
, . i ii. ...I i
nave cono to i-ouucan, unu uouuue
The Andy Johnson is running in thoil
Keokuk trado again. 1
The uiipper sunK two onrges oi coai i
A liltlo dispute, ending in a fight, took
placo between a couplo of gentlemen on
board the Rankin yetterday. No boneg
were broken or noses spoiled.
The tug Cache is nearly ready for bUiI-3
nets and will prorjaoiy raise tieam neyJ
Saturday. Tom. Courtway, an experi
enced engineer, Is overseeing the job.
Nat. Pepper is second clerk of the Greaf
Tho Paulino Carroll left Momphis for'
New Orleans drawing soven and a ball.
Pilot Jno. Ilryan stops off tho City o4
Quincy lo go on tho Bltraarck.
At dark last evening tho levee looked,,
i.nnn to 1'iiilllpfih. jinn nnllhtloss I . . . i .! , i..
r" i tun unnst whips, nouors nou ciirnrs iu ua , . - . .
would havo gone there if tho same state of . ... cl ', '0nun . .,fhour. d. deserted, 'ihere wa, only ono boat .ymg.,
----- , ' " I Ma 1 . n niiiAB lanilln,.
things had existed latt year
and year beforo last that now
doot. Cairo acted with much better judg
ment in selecting its tobacco inspectors
and weighers than many har-o suppotod.
It came to Kentucky and to Ballurd coun
ty for them, and by this menu succeeded
for awhile even beyond its own oxpoctn
J. E. Parks
Attention-. Casino I Tho members of
tho Cairo Casino aro requested lo attend n
general mooting this (Wednesday) even
ing, Nov. 22d, nt 8 o'clock.
Reinhold V. Belener, C. S.
Ri.rvuvn ltnoMH VOK KENT. UOn
at tho lowor landing.
tlons. But now it has no Inspector from f" m.T C tvNa.
.itiii. i i.-ii well vent tinted sleoping rooms In City JM a-
this vicinity, and your market lcingreprc- , , , ".,
....ii...' e . i . .t tionnl Bank building. Apply to
sontcd by one of our bctt aucT most in
fluontlal Ubacco men, Cairo will havo no
tlisw on this tide of tho river, nnd thoro
it no othor place to sustain it m a tobacco
market, consequently it will vary soon
At City National Bank.
Just Received. AV. AV. Thornton
Tonth strcot bctweon Commercial avenue
havo to glvo up tho business of soiling and Poplar street, has jutt received and in
tobacco, and go into something tt under
stands bettor nnd something it may be
City Xntlotml Bank BnUsUuir.
MuHpecial attention paid lo orders lrom atnara
boats nlnht or dav."t
Cheapest Hardwnro Storo
AVith tho Best Assortment of Good,
Is at Hallcy's,
On AVashington Avenue, 3 doors
more likely to conduct moro successfully."
torn 1.000 doors and 1,000 windows and
Pm, Kith AcoltaCO Oil 12tll StrCOt
containing 7 rooms,
TriE Sample Room, Mr. T. Fitzger
ald's sample room, at tho corner of Four
teenth street and Commorclnl nvenuo, is
supplied with as fino u .stock: of wines
Scotch and Irish whiskies, cigars, oto., as
wat over offered for sale in this city. Mr.
F. is doing n wholesale buslneas, nnd bo
Ing thoroughly ucquulntod with tho buei
uess In which ho bus embarked, fools con
iii'ent of his ability to hell Ms goods as
cheap, if not cheaper, than nny other es
tablishment in tho city. He solicits a
A desperate and tenacious cold can boj
brokon up nnd exterminated by uslngl
Bnrr's Pectoral Elixir.
AA'riqut's ne plus ultra minced nicl
prepared expressly lor lamny use, at dor
Found. That tho choicest butter It I nv.n. t mli. iiRrbrt has nlwaa on!
at Jorgenson's btaplo and fancy urocery bad r frch uppy of gttdde Rock oyt
AV. AV. Thornton,
Edam nnd Sap Gago cheeso nt Jorgcn-
Paul G. Schuh sells Kattlnger's rucdli
Call on Joronscn for cliolco London
Select Elemo figs, in layers,
found ut Jorgcntcn's.
New nlmondt, cocoanuts nnd pccamS
Rye and oat meal at Jorgenson's