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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1871,
TRAVIS I IIVS GUIDE.
IMKTAl.Lt or THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R,
a .,....,... Ha 14th, 71, the follow-
n7nre"MU "III n the ..rival and depul-
...Iti.ii iraln. dally lliP.m,
eikcm, daily - S--45t.m.
-Mad, dally - 3:30 n.rc,
Einress. dally, except Sunday 3:30 p.m.
Nothsngeof curl fiomCatro 10 St. I.oui.. No
clin otcars from Cairo m uiicbro. Meni
rlnr Kwvn tU ping cr on Mghi trsws.
utt't checked tn all Important tiolnl..
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
JlTEAH Tl .
Will make three trips dally.
LriTISO MOIKD CITV
At .30 .a.m.
At 1:30 p m.
At G -p.m.
t .. t.i , . . in 1 1 I ... a r.. I. Ml
Will lani,lin hailed, at any good Intermediate
mdinglor passengers or freight. nortltf.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Weekly Pocket for Paducah, Evansvltle and Lou
loTlllr, the favorite steamer,
T. O. RYJIAST, .Waller.
Leaves Cairo every SATUPItAY at S o'clock p;tn.
Fur freight or pMago apply on loard or to
JAN. UICIOS, A'g't.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The lplendul Meamer
Joe Fowler, Mauler.
' iVtt.Y. Hindv excepted at
Kir IreUUlor p-ixtittj upplj on hoarder
FOR SALE.) for Sale fF0K SALE,
' I Fcr Bale I
FOR SALE. J KrHale I FOR SALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Londonderry
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from Queksstown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $4820
S.tilord, Morrit 1 Ca , Rent.
Liverpool Mew-York ahd Philadelphia
tDia coxTaicT witn cmtio ititmkd iiitiiu
For Carrying tlie Mli.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa ri'KTiira iNroauiTion
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
15 Droadwiiy, New-York, or to
II. II on pt,
Washington Atenue, Cairo. boh. 51
.? ti"' ',ni, "0nr, iir.,t.
y'.ii S enoe lvcan'' require.!. rddresi.
-,W 11. . llOX.-m. Cllrn, in,.
3D pnld lor lard ti
IMltj for ItOlk
PP y lo
The Commercial Hotel vlll bo rented on favor
ableterms. Poasenlon civo linmedlalclv. An.
(0C12HI) c. WlKdTON.
The Urge and eommodtoua dwelling house
?n','?,.K."!,,, l,,ftw!:on Walnut " nS Was"
V5?,i i!Mi!ieth? , ',byln Church) la for
""''f Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
TO ONE is permitted to make bill nn .t th
J steamer T. P. Eukcrl, and from this date n,
JI ue v,a made by inyxelfor upon
mL7i" 1. W- "OAN. M..l..r.
A meeting of the stockholders of the Cairo
noenncs rallrnikd iAmin xmiu . .
oftice of the company In Cairo, Illinois on H.t
urday. December b. itll, l M iviick i an fo
e"'S" uf "'"O-InK H'O action of' tho boar.
If. II I. 1 If l II
The Illinois Central IUU Itoad Coini.sny no
Vn. Z ,hB, uUov. 'l'-ribe,l 2 ; J l ,r n
Addition to the City of Cairo, vli: -
I.OI Z7 block Sri. J,ot o, hM w
ill, .. -r, .. K-
. " SJ " Hi
Kur terrn,eU..v',p1,iy JAMF.S JOIINov.
itidv i 'reu "i.11";1"1'' 'ween Walnut
and out ; .' ...... nsl. I
iur. rrttjtnv u... i .... . . . , i ' u
- .... iimiimi.hu Mil, AlllllVIO
No.J7 Ohm Lovrr.
A r,0CT:UY,8,TAm?' w,lh ,u or gro-
cerus c-llglbly altuati-d on on Wa.hiugton
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RESIIIE.NCE No. it 'Ihirteenth .tret. be-
. . "'t'lngion avenue and Walnut atret.
"'"""-'-ComiiHTclal avenue, up Hairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
R.I51,.lil4NcE-eornrNintri and Walnut sts,
omce hourrr()m0 B mi 0 ,2 d u
ALLEN, MULKHY & WHEELER
William 1. Allen. 1
M &. CAmo' ,'-I''o.
OFFICE-Over First National Bank, Ohio Let,
GREEN & .GILBERT,
William II. ee
William It Milhs
Mr8peelA attention Klren to Admiralty tod
Bteamboat btuhies. '
orriejr ohio izrzK, x&oms 7 and 6 otzr
CUT NATIOXAY, HANK.
POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY.
SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 25.
Tho Ir.orl.o ofU"- Piibllel
Herelscd overj.h".- ly croaded homer.
Lady Orchestra and Silvkii
SOL SMITH RUSSELL,
America' Urcaiest Humorist!
Flrit appearance in Cairo of the eminent Soprano
.MINN Nr.I.I.IF, KNA1T.
Admission W cents.
Reserved seats 75 cents.
8oaU ran he secured Id advance at D. Hart.
tnaa'a auction store. 23d3t
-1UNNY I1AC13 ton SALE. We haro Juat re.
VJ celveil direct Irom trio importers a larue cou-
a gnmeni otutinny Hags, which wroner wrai
mil ket price. IIALLlDAV UltOd.
GRAND FAIRY SPECTACLE !
lly nearly 200 performers.
Attieueam Monday and Ttieadajr
i:euiaK, Nov. 7in nuu xsia.
The above will bo the most heautllill exhibitions
ever given In Cairo, lielnn perrormeil In lull cos
tume, with all the intclmuk'nl nnd sooric cdects.
A lino collection of
Solos, Chorussct and Jllumlmited Tab
leaux. 3f For full particulars see programmes.
I'liblUIipd every mornlnf;, Monday tx
Ryk nnd oat meal nt Jorgcnscn'a
Fnissii Scguln mnckcrolon hand nt Jor
gonscn's. Adams' Dry Corned Fish for ale nt
New almonds, cocoaut8 nnd jiccnns
jalu 011 juryciiMiii lor l-iioil-u ijuuuvu
Select Elcmo ngj, in
found at Jorgenicn'd.
lnycrf, can bo
OvbTKiis. LouU Herbert liasnlwason
lmnd n fresh supply of Suddlo Rock oys-CM-
rou.Ni). Thnt tho choicest butter is
nt Jorgeupcn's Staple mid Fancy Grocery
Whioht'm 110 plus ultru minced men
prepared expressly for family use, tit Jor
A desporatu and tenacious cold can bo
uroken up and ovturiulnated by
llnrr's Pectoral Elixir.
Vou Sale A cottngo on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
houses complete. Apply to
W. "W. TlIOItSTON.
.IcsT Received. AY. W. Thornton
- -;ui Kciuen commercial uvonuo
nu loplar street, has just received nnd in
toro 1,1)00 doors and 1,000 windows and
Foil good photographs, porcoluln iio
luro?, or old tiicturcs to bo copied, cull or
Thomas, No. 11M Commercial aveimo. II
i n, good workman. (JJvo Mm n trial.
.Maiiiiiaok Guide. Interesting work,
iiiimuroiis engraving)', 2'H putres. Price
f0 cents. Address Dr. Ilutts' Disnensnrv
No. 12 North Eighth Stroet, St. Louis
JIo. Seo Advcrtisciiunt tf
Sleeping Roomm koh Rent, Ton
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Hunk building. Apply to
At City National Rank
RuiCK Sto;v roil Rent. Tho brie
tore, No. 7H )hio Luvee. now occunld
by F. M
tosklletli, K(j., is offered foi
II lo vacant on tho 18th Inst
Jno. U. Philliu.
Concert and Lunch. Remember,
that thero Is u froo concert every night tit
Hlatikctibcrg's Excelsior saloon, tho best
Htted, moMt comfortable cosy saloon In the
city. A lunch Is spread nightly, nnd tho
public invited to attend. Bldiiu.
Where nro you going? To tho place
number 63, Ohio lovce, whoro they keep
tho best fresh oysters, fish nnd gamo, n:iJ
tho flnett wines, liquors and cigars to bo.
found in tho city. Open nt all hours, day
or night. JVE. pAUK8
Tabor Brothorh nro constantly re
ceiving now goods not in tho lino of their
own manufacture, such w optical goods of
all kinds, ttW gold and silver headed
canes, music boxes of nil kinds, toy music
uoxes for children, something now nnd
very iittractlve. Silver plate cheaper than,
over, be, itc. tf.
Given Away. Reinhold V. Belztior
solo agent for Flciscuinann & Co.'s pro-
mlitm compressed yeast, invites thopubllci
In general to try n sample of this cele
brated articlo, which will bo given, frco ol.r
cburgo, nt his store, No. 142 Com morel nJj
Trade is brisk In Cairo, nnd getting
A well slocked grocery storo Is ndvor
tlscd for snle, nt n bargain. 31.
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Rattlngor's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills
llnllidny Uros. have received from
tho Importers n largo consignment of
gunny bags which they aro ofTcrlng nt tho
lowest market prices.
A correspondent complains that mon
led letters postal in Cairo nnd addressed
to Anna aro pilfered. This Is a serious
charge. Let us have nn investigation.
Clilcf of Pollco Myers, to tho great
disgust of tho sporting fraternity of tho
city, yoiterdny closed down on the gaino
of pool. Hard-hearted Myers I First
faro; then keno, and now pool I "What
will Mrs. Grundy say?
'VYe, of Cairo, titlllzo evorythlng.
Snow n quartor of nn Inch deep foil on
Thursday night, and yesterday n man put
his house on n sled, hitched horses to tho
stango house-carrying vehicle, and mado
tho to am trot with tho load.
The pigeons that sit and coo and so
forth on tho roofs of tho housos of tho city,
innocent beauties though they aro, should
bo cooked. Tho council, having byahorcu
lean effort of legislative gonlus wiped hog
from tho facs of tho city If not from tho
face of tho earth, should now turn their
attontion to tho cistern-spoiling pigeons.
That man, Jool G. Morgan, of tho
Qallatin Gazette, Is reckless of consequon-
cel. llo don't caro wnni 110 says. inis
must bo apparont to ovcry one who has
read his romarks on the babyless pooplo of
Cairo, whom ho names right out in meet
ing. "Wo would llko to republish tho list,
but fear to offend tho unfortunnto pooplo
named in tho Qaztttt. Ono of tho num
ber has informed us that a cool and ho
hopes pleasant gravo awaits us,hnd will
rocclvo our mortal romalns in a few mo
ments after putting tho names of our
babyless citizens into type. Wo would
not die in winter, and this threat, made at
this season, luu liacl its etlect upon us
Wo aro dumb.
Chief of Polico Myers threatens to
sue The Rulletin for libel, because, that
"able, influontlal and widely-circulating
journal " intimated that ho did not adver
tiso tho salo of Impounded hogs. Libel
suits aro very dlsagroeablo things. Tho
ono Pat Mockler jerked on us, under tho
advlcoof angry friends who didn't, strango
to ralato, have a warm lido for us, was dis
agreeable, and wo hopo Myers won't. Of
course, ho advertised his littlo runt legally,
but tho question which tho court would bo
called to decide in such an action would
bo : " Is any advertisement not published
in The Bulletin nn advertisement in
fact ? " And thero wo should havo the
chief by tho short hair, sinco it must bo
has boon advertised in The Bulletin can
truthfully bo said to havo been ndvorliscd.
In short, The Bulletin is tho great ad
vortlsing journal as woll as tho great re
TJ10 -Under jlrutiore, corn or tF Eighth
street nnd Washington nvonue, havo re
ceived nnd had placed in thoir manufac
turing rooms several piecos of new and
valuable jowclcr's machinery, and nro now
prepared having tho macliinory nnd
skilled workmen to manufacture riegs,
wntch chnins, breast pins, car rings, nnd
all other kinds of jowclry, in any mnnnor
ordered, on short notice and nt "pricoj so
very low thoy will make the
prices of other establishments of tho kind
actually ashamed of themselves. Their en
graver and enamelcr, who has Just arrived
from the east whoro he has held in the
most cxtonsivo jewelry inanufncttirlni' es-
tubilshments tho most responsiblo posi
tions, is prepared to do any work in his
lino nnd to guaranteo satisfaction. Per
sons wishing hair jewelry manufactured
for holiday prcsonts, nro requested to hand
in their favors at us early a day ns possible.
Invest ono dollar in Barr's Pectoral
Elixcr, nnd stop thnt troublesome cough.
A lino black mure, it good spring wag
on, and n set of now harness, for salo cheap
for cash. Enquiro at J. Burger's, 141
Ilalley has something now nt his tin
store. It is tho Dudley & Co., celebrnted
colled gnto nnd door spring. As u gato nnd
door shutter this spring h ubout threo
longth's ahead of any other spring over
TIhj Turners nro milking nrrunge
munts for n grnnd ball on tho night of the
iiuth instant, nt Washington hall. Tho
proceeds of tho ball will bo upplied by tho
Turners to reliovo tho wnnts of tho desti
tute of Chicago, who, In tho approaching
hard weather of winter, will suffer untold
mlsory unless the hand of charity should
bo stretehod out full of liberal offerings.
Wo havo no hesitation In recommend
ing William Elilcrs, boot and shoo maker,
ns worthy of most liberal patronage. Wo
know whereof wo speak whon wo snv his
work is dono in a maitcrly manner nt tho
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tliu
l" lul hi nnu no cannot be excolled in
tho delicate task of making an oxact lit.
Glvo him n call nt his tdion on Twmith.n,
street, botweon Washington nvcnuo and
Poplar stroet, nearly opposite tho court
house, and wo will guarantee satisfaction.
Tho Ruder Brothors, cornor Eighth
street and Washington nvonue, havo re
ceived it bran-now lot of tho latcst-slyled
breast-pins, ear-rings, finger rings, brnc
lots, watches, clocks, etc., vnd, invito tho
public to call nnd inspect the stock. They
aro nlso ngontj for tho DavIV sowing ma
chine, Burdcttorgansand St. Louis pianos,
nd offer to tho public the best bargains to
lw obtained at any placo in Southern 111
inols. Paul O. Sehuh
ells Rattlngor' medl.
Mayor Lnnsdcn has roturncd to tho
Mr. Davis, of tho .S'un, Is or was in
Mr. and Mrs. Safford returned homo
from Chicago yestorday.
Sol. Smith Ruisoll, with tho Borgori,
is n gilt-edged facial actor and vocalist.
Rev. Mr. Mulkey will fill Mr. Friend's
late pulpit on Sunday noxt, a.m. and p.m.
Rsv. 11.' U. Thayer will preach in tho
Presbyterian church on Sunday to
morrow. James B. Masscy, of Chicago, has ac
cepted n position In Woodward's Novolty
Iron store, In this city.
Taber Brothers ore prepared to man
ufacture any pattern of jewelry to ordor
lo suit tho parties ond tho purse. All
kinds of rings, seal, chacd and plain, to
fit tho flngor and the purse. tf.
Daisy Hallidny, tho beautiful little
daughtor of Cnpt. llnllidny, will bo the
leader of tho Zephyrs In tho operetta of
tho Fairy Quoon, to bo presented at tho
Athcnoum on Monday and Tuesday even
Barney Frano, a prize-fighter, is in
tho city, en routo for Now Orleans, to bo
present at the fight between Mace and
Coburn on Thnnkurivlnir day. i'rnne Is
of tho opinion that 3faco will got away
with his man.
Phil Howard wishes tho public to
understand that ho nint proud if he is
good looking and does furnish steamboats
with tho best meats in tho Mississippi val-
loy. Ho is too modest to bo proud. In
fact ho is almost bashful.
Miss Annio Pitcher will personate tho
Palry Queon In tho operetta ef " The For
est Eestival,1' to bo enacted at the Athen-
oum on Monday and Tuesday evenings
next. Tho Mountain Sylph will be rep-
resentod by Miss Luella frazier.
Murray, tho gas-fitting man, has gono
out of tho business, and Gerould, iht gas
fitting man, has n clear field. He under
stands his "biz." Pardon tho slang Vut
accept tho truth expressed by it. Gor
ould does understand tho busitoss of gas.
fitting understands it porfectly. You bet.
Murray, who is a good workman and flrst-
rato man, is going away from the city to
locato in a town that burns gas in tho
middle of tho stato or somewhere- c'sc.
Tho following were tho arrivals at tho
Delmonico hotel Wm. winter, proprietor,
yesterday: B. S.IIoag, Ullin, 111.; Hardin
Howloy, Golloday's gift enterprise; l'ctor
Tollmer, St. Louis, Mo.; II. Brothers, Mem
phis, Tenn.; J. R. Parks and wife, New
Madrid, Mo.; Mrs. Lizzie Ballard, Evans
ville, Ind.; Dad Ryan, Evansville, Ind.-,
F. E. Albright, Murphysboro; Bird Min
ton, Pulaski, 111.; Phillip Dei and family,
Illinois; Cbarlotto Jane MeCullough,
Shawncetown: J. Burner, City: J. E.
m.- v,..nu Tnii. c. C. Burns.
W. E. Gordon, Joncsboro, 111.; Samuel
Garvcy, Springfield, Ohio.
Jno. N. Griswold, Esq., a heavy
Cairo property ownor, was in tho city yes
terday and called on The Bulletin. Mr.
(Jruivold is ono of thojo unfortuuato con
tlemen who paid a largo amount of street
filling monoy into tho city treasury and is
now required to pay interest on tho Foxi
Howard & Co. bonds, on tho face of which
tho city promisos to pay In part out of the
pockets or Griswold and other citizens,
who have already paid their street filling
taxes in full, the cost of filling streets bo
fore the property of their neighbors who
refused to pay whon thoy were asscscd.
Ho don't think tho arrangemontfair j and
noithor do we. On tho prima facta evi
dence presented wo should say that Gris
wold has been egrcgiously dead-beated by
Uio city, and lias a right to bo intensely
indignant. And ho is.
Parties interested in tho grand rafllo
nt "Fitzgerald's samplo rooms" aro hcro
by notified that tho chnnccs nro nil taken,
nnu tneir nttcnuanco is requested on Sat
unlay ovcnlng, at 8 o'clock, sharp,
Ho I for Unity 1
Now Store I Now Goods I
Best nssortmcnt of
Cooking nnd Heating Stoves
ovor brought to Cairo,
on Washington nvonue, threo doors abovo
-All persons desiring to become mem
bers of u class to bo instructed in piano
nnd vocal music by Signor Fnrlni, who
proposes to ostublish in this city nconscr
vntory of music, will ploaso give notice of
tuu met nt llorman Moyers' cigar store,
Ohio levee, to Paul Sehuh, druggist, Com!
mcrcil avenue, or J. Sehlcsinger, urtist
turner jiigutii street and tho lovee.
punning paper porpetrntes a crime
by declaring that financial barbers aro
niu to bo Joing n lino business shaving
...uu...s ui mo wasniiigton government;
but not hulf as good n businoss as Alba,
Kuiuuiurciui nvonue, near tho corner of
Jiiguin strcot, shuving his customers. H0
uas in ins employ oxporionccd workmen
and guarantees satisfaction. Everybody
The merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Lehning & ICoblor, on tho south side of
Eighth strcot botwoon Washington nnd
Commercial nvonucs, opposito Hnnny's
dry-goods storo, hns bcon open only u few
weeks und already theso gontlomo nro ob
taining it fair sharo of tho pntronago
of tho public. Thoy nro both practical
mon llrst-clais mechanics and uro will
ing to guaranteo satisfactory work. They
koop on hand always n full lino of picco
goods, to which thoy direct tho attention
of nil who wish to havo made clothon
thnt nro worth the money paid for thorn.
Cleaning and repairing dono neatly at
Edam and Sup Gngo cheese, nt Jorgen
On Thursday night, tho jury In tho
enso of tho negro charged with tho mur
der of n citizen of Mound City, which has
boon on trial nearly n week In tho circuit
court of Pulaski ccunty, returned n ver
dict of murder In tho first degreo.
At tho Methodist church to-morrow,
sorviccs ns usunl, morning nnd ovoning.
Services nt Father O'llnllornn's
church to-morrow as usual on tho Snb.
Rov. Mr. Mulkey, snld to bo n very
nblo preacher, n sound rcasonor nnd plons-
nnt speaker, will preach nt tho Christian
church to-morrow, morning nnd ovcnlng
Rov. II. B. Thnycr will prench In tho
rrcsbytcrlan church of this city next
Sabbath, morning nnd evening. Subject
of morning's discourse, "God's Tcstlmo
nlals. Subject of evening's discourse,
"Tho transforming power of Christian
money stolen rnoxt a letter wiirnE
AND WHO 18 THE THIEF ?
Cahio, Nov. 24, 1871.
Editor Bulletin: On the'Jd Inst., I
mallod nt this city two let to re, ono ad
drcasod to Dr. Doddx, nt A nnu, contain
ing $8 Go, nnd tho other addressed to
Chnrlos M. Willnrd, also at Annn, con
taining $750. Tho letter addressed to l)r
I) adds was received by thntgcntloman on
tho 3d Inst, with the onclosuro "safe nnd
sound," but tho letter nddrctsod to Mr
Willnrd, with its enclosure, went whoro
tho woodbine twincth. I hnvu no doubt
the money was stolon and tho letter de
stroyed, and 1 bclievo tho robbery was
committed In Cairo, or on tho mail train,
or in Anna. Of course somebody whoso
business it is to hnndlo letters Is tho thief.
Who is the thief? Whose dutv Is it to
make investigation into theso matters '
Flocks ofsnow birds, in numbers as
numerous as sands on the sea shore, aro
taking thoir flight over tho city, m search
of something, or going somewhere to re
create during the winter months. Being
birds of reputable character they will not,
as thoy valuo their good name, even fly
Every person who was a northern boy
before ho bocamo n Cairo man, calls to
mind, whenever tho first snow flakes fall
like feathers from tho clouds, tho formerly
much admired poem, beginning with tho
nows 1 cries the school.boy; hurrah I and
Is ringing through p.irlorand hall;
And swift as tho wing of n swallow he's out,
And hi. playmates have answered his call."
Thursday morning tho first sno
luiuiiicni in tne lace or Uio important
nnu ovorpoworing ract that tho river re
portorortho Effulgent Luminary oft"!
Lovce, vulgarly cnlled tho livening Sun.nnd
mo equally sagacious rcportor of this abl
papor, havo both slated Hint tho first ano
of tho season fell several times last week
Tho reporters who mado this slatcmcn
woro, forn stipend no doubt, attacking tho
ciimato or Cairo in tho interest of Padu
cah. Tho first snow, wo insist fell on Thurs
day morning, and then only a few flakes
Theso would not have fallen then If tho
council had not neglected to pass nn ordl
nanco prohibiting snow falls within tho
corporative limits of tho city, nn ordi
nanco which tho reputation of Cairo for
balmincss imperatively domnnds.
Wo soizo tho present opportunity
seize it witn ono ol our most doterminod
grasps to say that sinco Thursday even
ing tho weather in Cairo has been as ills
ngrecablo ns tho rcpubllcnns were, n fow
weoKs ngo, when llioy would persist in ask.
ing us democrats if thero was any later
news irom the elections ; or ns disacrec
able as tho patron of n nowspaper who
gives the editor hisadvlco concorninL' thu
mannor in which tho paper should bo con
ducted, nnd gives tho editor nothing but
ndvico, forgetting to pay, you know, tho
littlo bill which has been duo
n month or n year; or ns disacreenblo
ns n persistent oxhortor to Christianity who
insists tutu you muit "try to bo saved
right now; " or as disagreeablo as n citizon
of Cairo who Is always sighing und shak-
ing ills lioad nnd rogrcttinc; thnt tho town
la going toh I, sure; or us disagreeable
as tho prosonco of Myers or Joo Arnold to
n thief caught in tho act ; or as disntrrco.
nble as woll, in short, infornnlly dlsngrco-
This is from Thempson's " Winter"
N.ow when tho cheerless emnirn of thn .In,
To Capricorn tho Centau r Archor yields,
And tierce Aquarius stains the' Inverted year,
Hung o'er (he furthest vorgo of heaven, the sun
Scarco spreads through ether the dejected day.
Faint are his uleams, and incflcctual alioot
Ills struggling rays. In horizontal lines.
Through the thick air i as clothed In cloudy storm,
Weak, wan, nnd broad, he skirts thosouthern skv:
And, soon descending, (e tho lone dark night
Wldo-shading all, thoprostralo world resigns.
Nor is tho night unwlsh'd ; whllo vital heat,
Light, life, and Joy the dubious day forsake.
Meantime, in sable cincture, shadows vast,
Deep'tinged and damp, anJ congregated clouds,
And all the vapory turbulence of heaven,
Involve the faco of thlncs. Thus Winter falls.
A heavy gloom oppressiyo e'er tho world,
Through Nature shedding influence malign.
And rouses up tlie needs of dark disease.
Tie soul of rr.au dies in him, loathing life,
And black with more than melancholy views.
Tho cattlo droop; aud o'er the furrow'd land,
Fresh from tho plow, the dun dlscolor'd Hocks,
Unleaded spreading, crop the wlio'.otonio root.
Along tho woods, along tho moorish fens.
Hllhs the and genius o( the coining storm t
And up among Uio loose disjointed cliffs,
And fractured mountains wild, the brawling brook
And cave, presageful, send a hollow moan,
Resounding long In listening Fancy's ear.
Notice, Tho best onteitnlnmont in
the city is at tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
nnd restaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin nnd piano. Good lunch
ovory morning nnd night. All of tho
nest brands of clgnrs, nnd tho best St.
LouU lager boor, nlwnys fresh nnd nice.
Glvo us n call.
Harry Walker, Proprietor.
FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT.
To-night tho skillful Bercors will
timko things musical nt tho Athcnoum.
Tho Tumor ball will bo n success, ns
stiro ns shooting." Tho Turners novor
o nnythlng In a slouchy wnv. They
know how to do things, nnd thoy do them.
Thnnksglvlng bnll of tho Cairo Turn-
or Socluty, Thursday evonlng, Novoinbor
30, 1871, nt School's Washington hall, for
tho benefit of tho Chicago sufferers. Ad
Tho Borgcrs to-night nt the Athc-
iicmini. J no male llcrgur are said to bo
pollto fellows, und the female Bergeri
handsomo ladle'. Wo don't romembcr.
It has been n year sinco wo saw them.
Thora will bo u high old time a jol
ly tlmo a first-rale time, at Scott's hall
to-nielit. Tho minstrels will bo out in
full, with funny and pathetic songs, dan
ces and tho grand scene of Jttdgo Bross'
Professor Win. Denton, tho great loc-
turcr on geology, will deliver a course of
his famous lectures in this city on tho even
ings of the 2d, 3d, 4th, Clh, Cth and 8th of
January next. Tho Cairo admirers of
Prof. Denton aro promising themselves an
intolloctual feast. Prof. Andrew White,
president of Cornell university, says
"After havint: listened, with trrcat pleas-
uro and nroflt. to a very interesting lcc-
tura on coolocy dollvcred last evenlni; by
J'rol. .uonion, l conuaetitiy tioiiove nnu uy
Ills naintinei ana illustrations, ins plain.
clear ana eloquoni language mat incso
lectures will bo of surpassing interest and
Instructive both to our studonts and tho
Prof. Hall, state geologist of Now York,
I liavo beard 3lr. Wm. Denton in a
sinclo lecture on ecology on tho carbon
Ifcrous lime, stone and coal measures with
much pleasure nnd interest. His manner
of presenting tho subject is vcrv interest
ing and graphic, und his descriptions show
that ho has read ecology in tho books nnd
studied it in the field, and his lectures never
fail to bo instructive and interesting to
rifty-four young ladles will appear in
full costumo In tho fairy operetta to bo
produced nt tho Atlioneum next Monday
and Tuesday evenings. o can t restrain
tho impulse to give their names :
Forest Queen Miss Anna Pitcher.
Nottio Karnes, Mattio Hagty,
Mattto Wheeler, Carrie Hurd,"
Annn Phillip.', Lizzie McCune.
Moll To Webb,
Mountain SvLt-n Luella Frazior.
FORESTERS AND OYl'SIES.
-Mamie Taylor, LiinoTirnVs,
Molllo Cavendcr, Nottio Schuttur.
Jcssio Phillips, Frunkio Rnxford,
Lucy Wilson, Adn Thornton.
May Thomas, Edith Goldsmith.
NVMPIIS AND NAIADS.
YiolaJChapin, Grace Martin,
Belle Sawing, Kallio Cavender,
annio Smallcnburg.Katio Snyder,
Julia Sawing, Allco Wy nans,
Julia Hunsackcr, Laura Ronnie.
-Tho rafllo for the Hibernian engine
utdaj night December 1st, when it will
toko placo without fail. Hero is a splendid
opportunity to get a house for CO cents, the
prico of each chance.
Cheapest Hardware Storo
With the Bost Assortment of Goodf,
is at Ilalley',
On AVashington Avenue, 3 doors
Ar ted to J-..'CHANnK For Improved
i-niro property, ICO ncrcs of good land
within ono mile nnd u half of Hickman.
JvcniucKy, Willi good brick house nnd all
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necessary out buildings. Tho placo also
has on it ono thousand fruit trees. For
further Information npply to
.ias. Mallory, Steamboat Agent,
Hie Samtle Room, Mr. P. Fitzgor-
nld's samplo room, nt tho corner of Four
teenth street nnd Commercial nvonuo. is
suppiicu with as lino 41 stock of wines
Scotch and Irish whiskies, cigars, etc., as
was ovor offered for salo in this city. Mr.
F. is doing n wholcsulo business, and hn.
ing thoroughly acquainted with tho busi-
ncss in which ho has embarked, fools con-
fldent of his nbility to sell his goods as
cheap, if not cheapor, than nny othor es-
tiblislimcnt in tho city. Ho solicits n
shnro of tho public pntronngo. oct!8tf.
IFrom tho Cairo Evening Sun.
Dr. J. White. Wo uro glad to loam
that Dr. J. Whlto is rccolving culls for his
advico und remedies which bid fair to ro-
min nnu in uiiiiouu winior. Dr. Whito's
skill in so promptly dotecting. as ho does.
ovory ailment nnd tho true condition
Inn nnll.n r . r . n ..... I
. w.....u UUUj ui wiu Buuorer is oiton the
nuuuoi oi mo euuoror nimsoir. and ovorv
mm .:. .u ' "
" niv.inasus UIO cures. I
Persons careless or ln,llflP..n .m.
nm, r " " : . .7
their lives, Wo advhn ;";, ";,
.n.. i ' I
uuUUiijjr, uniio, witn conlldont ex
pectation of permanent relief.
ixis rooms nro nt tho Southern hotel.
vmio mvee. nov7-lm
See ndvortisomont of grocorv stand for
L;"u.i iNOT,01K Is htroby given IhatE. W,
.. J.v,it.,.'drK"' Ilinmi. has commenced an ac.
the court" hou't'n &1D,in J. W.
tho court houso I" Lylro. I llnols
vi5d29t 0H1 Rahman, cierk.
il.iii ''V,ov' " "uren iar rent ttga nst Joseph
ltayllss, delcndnnt, n tho circuit court ot Alex.
LJmi,y ,ln ? Htate of Illinois, and hat
t . "" "' Place or mo relnru of a
arrived and departed.
Htcfimcr. Where from. Wlicre lo.
Ju. l'isk, jr.. ..Piidticnh Pndueuh.
Illinois uoiuiiious kuiuiiiuus.
Ark. Bel1' . . ..Kvnnsvlllo J'.vatisvino
City Vicksug...Vickshurg Hi. i.ou s.
Fnlls Pilot Kt- J'OU'"-
Com'nwi;alth...N. Orleans St. Louis.
Bismarck St. Louis
Messengor St. liuls Pittsburg.
Allco St. Louis Memphis.
H. 0. Yargor....N. Orleans St. L.ouls.
Post Boy St. Loul Louisville;.
Mary Allcu N. Orleans
A. Bakor C.OIrard'u
STEAMERS KJM JASPER AND ANDY JOHN
Tho Tom Jasper left here Thursday
evening towing the bargo Bluebird, both
being hoavily ladencd, and when at Wolf
Island slio hit a log heap, which caused her
to taka In about sixteen inches of water.
Her pumps were put to work and consid
erable freight was thrown overboard,
which kept her from sinking ovorher mslu
deck. Tho Commonwealth catno along
soon after and gave her n barge. She was
run over on the Island, where aho
now lies very badly twisted and It is
thought that it will be impossible to ratio
her as alio is rather old, bosldcs being in a
very bad conditton. The object which she
hit It the same tliut sunk tho C. Y. Kountz
sometime ago. A largo portion of her
cargo will be damagod. No lives wcro
lost. Further particulars will bo given
Tlie Andy Johnson, from St. Louis
bound for Keokuk, when seven miles
abovo Hannibal, Mo., Thursday afternoon,
hit a snag, tearing a largo hole in hor
hull, near tho stern, causing her to fill
and sink in six feet of water. The shock
was m light thr.t it was thought she bad
hit a cake of Ice until ho began sinking,
when the truth was known. Sho had but
n light trip on board, and it is thought
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ca,y position. No lives wcro lost by tho
sinking, although thero was a large num-
bcr of pancngcrs on board at the tirao.
CONDITION OK THE RIVEBH.
Tho riso in tho Ohio at this port goes
bravely on at the rato of 3 or 4 inches ev
ery day, nnd It will bo a booming in a few
days, as soon as the late rise reaches her.
There Is now a fair channel to Evani
ville. At Pittsburg tho Monongahcla river is
steadily falling with only flvo feet three
Tho river at Cincinnati is falling, tho
last report from thero was 12 feet C inches.
At Louisville it Is rising fait with C feet
4 inches at the head of the canal, and
feet four inches in tho chute.
At Evansvillo the river is swelling.
Ico is running in the Mississippi at
Quincy and tho river is falling.
At Dubuquo navigation has been sus
pended for the scoson on account of tho
. a. I'uiii lu ri.. i. itraf frozen
Tho ArkatuM is fulling again at Little
The Ouachita is now stationary with a
fair floating stago.
The Mississippi is now about slationary
at St. Louis with splendid prospects of
falling. A freczo up is looked for before
many days, which will shut that city out
" ".?. . . f
has bcon of but )iue benc(U t0 t'hem for
P r, " . !
to " ( 2 l. L 1,7.7' f "7
gntlon. There Is not nny time in tho year
but that tho largest class of boats can
come hero and tako on n full load for the)
WEATHER AND BUSINESS.
Tno weather yesterday was a recular
winter day. The sidewalks were coverod
with a coat of icu and snow, which mado
it very bad walking.
Business on the landing was not as good
ns it might hnvo been, considering tha
nutnbor ot nrrivals; still wo havo no room
ITEMS OF CAROO.
Tho Commonwealth bnd 8 hhds. sugar
01 bbls. molasses, 30 bales moss, 20 bbls.
oranges and 5 druns soda.
Tho Messongcr discharged 3 tons sun.
Tho Alice had 200 pkgs. morehandizo
I for tho city.
Tho Yurger had 41 hhds. sugar, 23 bbls.
molafses and 15 bbls. salt.
Tho Fisk had 70 bbls. meal. 19 nke-i.
tobacco, 35 pkgs. woodwork, 11 pkgs. fruit
nnd 4 bales cotton.
Tho Post Boy passed up for Louisville.
where sho will bo dismantled and her ma
cliinory put in 11 now boat.
Tho Messenger left for Pittsburir. draw
ing 0 feet. Sho will probably have to
await tho riso boforo she can Dass over
French island or Hamletsburg.
1110 .nary Allco loft with throo freighted
"n1 " fuol bargo In tow,
Tll Illinois wont down to the Jasper.
ul "or assistance was not wanted.
Tho Arkansas Bello mado her how be.
fore our publio tho first time for a long
n, :nnnnn....i..i. ,
...ru.i.ui com havo oeeu
rtr. .w.r..ni til
T ' ""'1 '"vomng a toss
01 over 5100,000.
.The Thompson Dean mado a trial trip
Tc nn'u on Wednesday, and gar.
C'lly Xatloual Baak Bnlldluf.
M.8peclal attention paid to orders Irom alcana
boats night or day.-.
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