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TJtAVKI I R'S GUIDE.
imetahle or the ; i.uinois central n. it
a .(.,H,imlt. Ma- 14lli,1871, the follow
u.,uUi corf.-i Hie airltsl and depart
ure of pa.intr trln ' CAlroi
Dnart-VM train, dally ll:l&p..n.
Kspresa, daily - 2.44 l'.m.
.Irrfr.-Mall.dslly - 3:30 .n.
Express, dally, except Sunday 3:30 p.m.
No chsnie of cars from Cairo to 8t, Louis.
(bun ef cars from Cairo to Chicago, Klesant
rswlof Room sleeping cars on night 'rems.
K,ii cheesed to til Important polals.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make tlirce trips dally.
tllVISO CllaO I tiAvixa hoi so cur
At 7 ...m. At :30 - JJ.ni.
it 11 - -a.m. At 1:30 p m.
At 4 -p.tn.l At C p.m.
j... ..v, ... 3n r.nt. -. 10 ticket! for 12 60.
Will tant. when hailed, at any good Intermediate
aadmgfor passengers or freight. novzlir,
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
WstUy racket for raducah, Evansvllle tri Lou
lvtUe,the favorite steamer.
, T. O, KTMAX, 5Iajlr.
, tares Cairo rrery 8ATUDHAY at S o'clock p.m.
For fraight or passage apply on board or to
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
The splendid steamer
Joe I'owlrr, Mantr r.
'Ir.i (iwl.Y. Umdiv exceldfiU at 4
r'jr InUlitor p.5 npptj on boar dor
FOK SALE, 1 For Hale r FOK SALK,
' For Bale J
FOR SALE. J ForBale 1 FOK SALE.
Fare from Livkrpool,
Fare from Londcndkrht
Fare from Qlasoow,
Faro from Qukenstown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $4 82 0
Safford, Morris J: Ca , gents
I.iyerpool New-Toik and I'hiladilphla
IIBBSa COXTaUCT WITH I'XITED STlTrl'aXD SS1TII1I
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa riBTiua laroxniTiosi
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
IS Ilroadway, New-Vork, or to
II. IK o ti p t ,
Washington Arenue, Cairn. nols. si
TTTANTEU By a single gentleman n furnished
y y roi,m ann noarii, in a siricuy
ly. Reference clyen ami tcnulreii.
II.. box W, Cairn, Ills.
WASTED-25 TFAMS-To work on Hie Clrn
nod St.l.ouis r.tllro.vl. Apply on Ihe work
two miles form Mini or t CnurihoiMe hotel.
UAVH i MlUtWlff, Contractor'.
WrASTED-COOI'nnS-riRlit Coopers wanted
t lo o to Thebes, Illinois, to work on bird
tierces and ti'irk birrels
f l.C, psld for porlc
dtiercej. Ai'idy lo
barrels, and Sl.W paid Inr lard tierce.
The Commercial Hotel will be rented on favor
able terms, rossesnlon cive immediately. Ap
ply to (ocl2tt) C. WINSTON.
The large and oommodloua dwellins house
situated on V.lelill, li.tween Walnut and Wash.
Ipjfton (eppos.te the l'reabylerlan Church) is for
rent. For terms, etc.. apply to
THOMAB, lilltf.. ic AljUf..,
octKlf Ohio I. even, Cairo, Ills
O ONE is permitted to make bills tealo ( the
steam'r 1. F. Eckert. and from thN date no
bills will be paid union made bv inynclf or upon
my wrmen oruer. u. . uuuaii, master.
A meeling of the stockholders of the Cairo nnd
Mncennes railroad company will bo held it the
office of the company In Cairo, Illinois, onMit
urday, Uecember U, U71, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for
th purpose ol ratifying Ihe action of the h.iiird
of directors. I), It. MUNEI).
, . Heeretary and Treasurer.
Cairo, NoyemberJ, lb71.
The Illinois Central I! id liond Compiny now
orlerforsalethefolluM'intfdescribed lois lu Kira
Addition to Ihe City of Cairo, tlx :
Lot 87 block ISO, ,ot 21 hkick W.
" U " 20, " -.7 " ki,
' 6 " W, " 28 i. (,
" 6 ' Hi, " 31 " Hi.
" S " Hi, 31 ' r,;
Kur terms.eU. apply 'j JAMES JDUNiON,
ATWO-STOIlV HOUSE with l,.t, aitmled on
theioulh aide or Twelfth, between Walnut
and Cedar streets, The limine Is In complete
order, roomy, well fiai.hcd an 1 pninled Itiuld
and out now nays a rental r ,12 i,er month i will
be sold for SOW cssh-for house and lot. A poly to
nortl-lw y0i 7 0hln j,,.,;,..
AQIIOCEltr HTANU, with lull .lock of Kn.
ceries; ellribly shunted miiur.i,i ,,
avenue, and domir a iiood Lunlnuaa. A lif.lv ul 1 1, a
In llll,.. " "
"WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
IR31DENCE No. 21 Thirteenth .tre.t. ,.,
iim"',.9 Washington enue and Walnut aire t.
--...minerelal ayenur, up Hairs.
U.W. DUNNING, M.I).
lit.. " nun mu u n miuub
houTJ rll' 1ilih ,,rel oJ 01,10 "
nourt train c m ia i m -.. .
TIT. 1 .... .
ALLEN, MULKBV & WIIKKLKU
John II. Mnik.v
OfflCE-Qyer First Naiional Mauk, Ohio Leree
GREEN & GILBERT,
wiuiiTr at laav-
WMelrKg,,SiVli:rt' Wl0, ILLINOIS.
inCI-OWO LEVKE, 80OMB 7 ASD g 0Tr.
CITT XATJOIUZ, HAN. '
V ceiveu i rci imm , "t nor m l,rt
slK.mienl r,f,unny ll.fi', A Va V It HO S
(0) in Mock numoere.i iniii,-i "' ,, , "iV
of Cairn, Alexander eoiiuli, llllnil.
In In.. i, however, tint 'J1..""
ol default In the payment of the iim nf thirteen
hui.dnd and eighty-seven M-KNii'iUiir. dim from
.aid lllrnm Walker to John N. A. O Iswold, paya
!. in Ihr. ft enual Inrllriieht4 of f,uir bundled
and sixty two W-100 dollars ravn, In one, two and
H, n... tnri frnm antd 12.11 dv ol January, UV,
Klin I hie; est ai i lie reie oi iro iivj trm, ft.
nN, frntr, aalif ,lav nf JanilltTV. IF-fVl. 0T an
Itr.n r.. rlaln Mnmlonrl nritefl executed IheKdOT,
art iiicreoi. accormnK io me ienar ami "- "
and tully described In tald liust deedi i that then
me eaiajonn n iiarman.irn-ier, i.iii,h,j r""-'
to sell said real estate as In raid deed f trust
prodded, nnrt execute to inn P,ut;""Tr1 " KV,,
and sufTleleBtdeed eoitev(n nil Ihe ;rllit, t lie
and Interest of Ihe snid lliraiii Walker W the
said ileednf triltcoriV Jedinthe siildJniiii
1 1 ..
Add, whereas, part ol said debt, rlt : the whole
ot ihr lat-mentionrd and iicseribed note, toeth'
er with the interest thereon, ren nlns wholly due
and unpaid, default lmlng been made
therein! now, ttnerefore, pumiiant to the pro
ildonsnf said trust deed, and ol the request of
H, o John N. A. Uriswold, notice is nertby
I, t ilmaald John 0 lllarman, trustee ui
Iforesald, willon Saturday, theSOIh day of IJe.
eelnlier, A. I'. IS", uriwenn ino num. ui ,
o'clock a.m. nnd fire o'clock p.m.. at the front
the real estate hereinbefore described, to satisfy
loor of the cnuri-nome in mo cuj ui wmu.
ti. .tni.t r,m.,,M .ml iinnatd anil Ihecosta and
Al,.rffa, nf nl,l trllat. anil u 11 OXeCUtO tO IHO DUT
cuaser n ueeu lor sain rr.i cai.io u.i.musiu,.
described, JOUN y. HABMAn, irus'se.
C. Wiasrox, asent lor J. N. A. unsworn.
Dated at Cairo, Illinois, this 27th day cf Norera
ber, A. I). 1871.
Pnblislinl every morning, Moudny ex.
-Lew Warren is all tho go nt Scott't
hall to nicht. 2t
Nkw almonds, cocoanuts and pecans
Oystkks. Louis Herbert has nlwas on
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys-
"Who wants to buy a newly stockod
grocery stoio, nt a bargain? Inquiro nt
this ofllco. 3t.
e, . n i . , 1. .. T!.l. .1 ! ..
1 i.r.11. ni null, wiu .1 iu tujiii;uiAii
has settled his suit for damages rigainst
the Illinoies Central railroad company,
Why don't you go and seo llrown
and Johnson ten minutes in
tholr double song nnd dance, nt Scott's
hall to-night? lit
A Club. A social club has been or
ganized in Mound City. Rooms havo
been furnisbod, nnd tho Delta, of Cairo,
is to be eclipsed.
Fresh Lako Michigan fish, consisting of
trout and whlto flsh, can be procured every
day at Jack Winter's grocory. ndjoinlng
tho lmrdwaro store, for tho trifling sum of
ten cants per pound.
Makriaok Ouidk. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 2i!4 pages. Trice
60 cents. Address Dr. Uutts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. LouU
Mo. Sco Advertisement- tf
Onlt Two. Only two men in tho
chain gang now. Since John Slicohnn was
suspended from tho polieo forco tho num
ber of arrests was porccntibly declined.
Ho was n Tory efficient policeman.
Ukokb His Arm. Tlio Mound City
Journal informs us that 1 L. Lamb, of
Pulaski, fell from 11 sidowulk in this city
on the night of the 20th Inst., and broko
his left nriii. (io nwav from homo to
learn tho news 1
CoNNUiiiAi. Felicity. Nothing tends
more to connubial happiness (han
cheerful nnd healthy Infants and children
Mrs. Whitcomb's Syrup is tho great chil
drcn's soothing remedy.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery will not ralso tho dead, hut it will
benefit and euro tho living. For all sevcro
Coughs, '1 hroat and llrotichlal diseases it
has never been cquulcd.
Paiilok Kntektai.vmk.vt. The Indies
of tho Episcopal Church will glvo tho first
of n series of Parlor Entertainments at
the residence of Win. II. Gilbert, Ejq., on
Tuesday next, Doo. 6th. All an; cor
dlnlly invited tonttond.
The RevihedOuiii.vance!). All of tho
revised ordinances inivo been approved
by and havo received tho signaturo of
Mayor Lansden. They will bo posted in
four places in the city by Clerk Howloy,
and go into olToct ten days lifter.
Rei'AiutNci. Tnu chain gang woro
yesterday repairing the sidewalk on
"Washington avenue, between Ninth and
Tenth streets. Tho walk was brokon on
Monday night by tho Roughs' big engine
while It was proceeding to the flro on
The Central House on Gth street has
beon fitted tip In first class manner and
guests will find themselves well taken cro
of by the hostess, Mrs. Galfnoy while the
out-iido business Is managed in u first class
manner by Mr. Mike Simmons. Terms
only 91 00 por day. it.
Mean. Cain retaliates on us by re
marking that no person about The Hul
lktin office is troubled by tho nocessity of
searching nftor boyi' names. Tho Slar
ihal ought to be ashamed of himself, A
kind-hearted man would not thus tramplo
upon u neighbor's most sensltivo corn,
A New One. Capt. E. W. Greon, Into
of the firm of Thomas, Green &Alden,
has tttken tho room lu Clark's block,
fortmsriy occupied by Mathus & Uhl, and
gone Into the general forwarding nnd com
million builMM. The captain i. n good
business man, and therefore suro to sue
ceed. Great Inducement, to any ono witll.
Ing to buy n first-class piano or organ,
E, A: W, Uuder odor their entire slock in
tho piano and organ lino ut tho aetuul
cost of tho Instruments. Thoy nro deslr
ou of closing out the stock so that thov
f .....i..., i.ii.l deed.
AVVi. J. leihe twciity.lli.r.l day of Jan.i. there, "
rv. t. H.lf"'. and duly neonled in bo K n ,
"I'.V. i. ....... isi. .Kvlol Ihe records of Alesnn. '
Jrc-'unj, Hate ol lflnoi., Hiram Wylfer d..l fire.
""'- !. Uhnii. 11 ii. trustee, llio followitiB
5'e'rAed real c-iate, lo-aft : . LM numbered Ma -T1
THE CAIRO DAILY
may uso tho room for jewelry mnnufnetur
Fun: Company M eetino. The citizens
of the fuiirtli ward must not forget to re
member the meeting cnlled nt Warren's
storv to-night. Iftlioy want n llrocom-
pnny tlioy must turn out to tills meeting.
They nro n llttlo slow on Ilia trigger up
ml net ns iftlioy didn't want their
mpcrty protected from tho dangers of
ic printer who composed into typo
Mr. McDermott's card in relation to pil
fered letters, made him say one of his let
ters was robbed of $760, rhcn he did say
that ho lost only $7.60 (sovon dollars and
fifty cents), llut where and who is the
robber? The. postollieo mon soem to tako
tho matter with all tho sang froid of men ,
who don't euro a cuss what an Indignant
citizen may say about them.
To be Clo.skd. Tho tolcgraph offlco in
this city will not be opened on thanks
giving day, which is to-morrow. Col.
Kent, tho gentlemanly superintendent,
and Cupt. Carragan and Lieut. Austin, dc
siro to hnvo u wholo day in which to glvo
their thanks. Tlioy havo on hand a very
large stock, and must havo at least fifteen
hours in which to dlsposo of it. AVo shall
also cloio our shop to-morrow, nnd leave
our patrons paperless on Friday m.rnlng.
ino jiuuer iiroinors, corner I'.igntn
street nnd "Washington nvonuo, havo re
ceived a brnn-now lot of tho latest-styled
breast-pins, car-rings, finger rings, brac
lets, watches, clocks, etc., und4 invito tho
public to call nnd inspect tho stock. They
nro nlso agents for tho Davis' sowing ma
chine, liurdctt orgnnsnnd St. Louts pianos,
and offer to tho public tho best bargains to
bo obtained at any placo in Southern Ill
Wo havo no hesitation In recommpnd
ing William Elders, boot nnd shoo maker,
ns worthy of most libernl patronage. Wo
know whereof wo speak when we say his
work Is done In n mnttorly mnnnor at tho
lowest prices. He uses nothing but tho
best of stock, and ho cannot be cxcollcd in
tho dcllcnto task of making nn exact fit
Glvo him n call at his shop on Twentieth
stroct, between Washington avenue and
Poplar stroct, nearly opposito tho court
house, and wo will guarnnteo satisfaction
Captured. Sotnoti mo ago, J. L. Mur
ray, alias Frank Rivers, tho burglar who
attempted to rob Arter s store, broko th
county jail and mado his escape. Shorlff
Irvin published hand bills describing tho
rascal, searched every hiding place near
Cairo, nnd sent dispatches in every direc
tion to tho police authorities of other
eities. His efforts to reenpturo his man
were not in vain. Yesterday Jailor McIIale
received a dispatch from A. S. Badger, Su
perintendent Metropolitan Polico, Now
Orleans, containing tho intolligenco that
Murray had been captured in that city.
"Sond officer," tlio superintendent addcdf
"with roward and governor's requisition."
Tho merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Lchning & Koblor, on tho south tide of
Eighth street between Washington nnd
Commercial avenues, opposito Hanny's
dry-goods store, hns been open only n few
wiirtks niul nlrnud.v tlinsn xrnntlnmn nro ob
taining n fair shnro of tho pntronngo
of tho public. They nro both practical
mon first-class mechanics nnd aro will
ing to guarnnteo satisfactory work. They
kocp on hand always a full lino of pleco
goods, to which thoy direct tho nttcntion
of nil who wish to hnvo mado clothes
that aro worth the money paid for them.
Clcnnlng and repairing dono noatly at
From the Cairo Evening Sim.
Dit. J. White. Wo are glad to learn
that Dr. J. Whlto is receiving calls for his
advico and romodios which bid fair to re
tain him in Cairo all win tor. Dr. White's
skill in so promptly dolcctlng, ns ho does,
every ailment and tho truo condition of
tho entiro body of tho sufforcr is often tho
wonder of tho sufferer himself, and every
one who witnesses tho cures.
Persons caroloss or indifferent to this
opportunity for restoration to health may,
regret tholr nsgleot for tho balanco of
ttetrltvet! Wo ndviso tho early call of
diseased on Dr, White, with confident ex
pectation of pormancnt relief.
His rooms 11 ro ut tho Southern hotel,
Ohio loveo. nov7-lm
II is true that Dlnnkcnbcrg's Excel
sior bnloon is now one of tho institutions
of tho city. All drlnkors who like really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, bcor,
otc go to tbo Excolslor saloon, which is
fitted up in splendid stylo. Illiinkonborg,
who knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
n lino frceu Inch every morning nnd ove
ning, nnd, ns ho forcibly expresses it,
"Sweetens tho lunch with music." Ho
has employed tho services of a flrst-rnto
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
which stnnds in ono end of tho saloon
speak out In musical tones. Everybody
is invited, Tho boat order is maintained,
and nil impropor characters suppressed
with ncatnoss, cheapness nnd dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the Excolslor saloon
is at tho corner of Washington nvcnuo nnd
It is truo that that the best whisky,
wlno, nnd such liquids, in the
city aro to bo obtained at Fitzger
ald's samplo room, corner of Commercial
avenuo nnd Fourteenth street, Lawyers
who drink Pat's whisky always obtain n
retainer within flvo minutes after each
drink, and become virtuous; ministers
who drink his wlno nnd whisky, grow in
grace nnd becomo happy j doctors who
samplo his liquors "all round," nro cer
tain to procure a patient who has monoy
and tho disposition to pay for prescrip
tions, and becomo good citizens : nnd
editors who tako a drop or two procuro
patrons who pny cash, and becomo drunk-
editors aw pntrons, Tompcranco men
aro cspoclnlly urged to patronlzo Pat. Ho
has n peculiar kind of whisky that makes
a man fuel good, drunk and nil that, but it
leaves no odor on tho breath, und tho man
who drinks it cun get out of tho saloon
without being visible to mortal vision.
Found. That tho choicest butter is
at Jorgcnsen's Staple nnd Fnncy Grocery
fiULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1871,
Lost about noon on Saturday, No
vember 25th, within two blocks of tho
post offlce, n LADY'S FUll MUFF.
The Under will bo woll rewarded by leav
ing tho samo with I.oflln, nt the post ofllco,
oft nt Dr, AVardncr'a.
Jack Winter will on Thursday morning
at 10 o'clock spread one of tho grandest
lunches ever before spread in tho city of
Cairo. Tho bill of faro will consist of
oyster soup, roasts, turkey hoof, mutton
and veal, nlso rabbits smothered in onions,
to which he invites his friends and patroni
of the Dclmonlco bar and billiard saloon
to attend nnd partake frco of charge.
VaWS TROM THAT NECK OT WOODS.
Duck shooting is In voguo.
Fine fat, drci6ed hogs aro selling at
five cents por pound; nnd fut beof, hind
quarter, at five cents.
Sol Smith, tho Kusscll, of tho Bergcr
troupe, told tho Fuducahans thoy ought
to build a new hall for concerts.
Our llttlo neighbor is proud of a man
who breaths through n silver tubo in his
throat. lie has boon thus troubled for
A nogro woman namod Copoland
killed her baby last week and buried it in
an ash pile.
Butter sells for fifty cents per pound.
TIIK BIOfJEBT AND BEST IN THE WOULD.
This noto spenks for itself:
J. H. Obkrlt Esq.:
1 send for vour thanksgiving dinner,
n peck of (10) peach blow potatoes, raised
by our townsman, rrcu ncioain, wiinin
the city limits. Hoping they will innko
up In pounds wnnt thoy lack in numoer,
1 am vours, etc.
G. D. Williamson.
The ten potatoes, "heap" a peck and
weigh fifteen pounds. Tho largest meas
urcs slxteon inches around tho largest cir
cumferenco and eleven inches around the
smallest. All tho balanco aro nearly as
large. Mr. Soibain sold a wagon load of
these potatoes to Mr. Williamson. The
smallest ono In tho load would measure
eight inches by flvo and
hnlf. Wo novor saw such whoppers. Th
sight of them would make an Irishman'
mouth water for a month, and ono of them
would furnlih him with the meals of a day.
and we'll prove what wo say by our Hi
bornlnn friend who lives just over the way,
DONE UP INTO HORRIBLE RltYMES.
Georgo Foster and Jatz.03 Morgan,
Off a boat,
Went to Lohning's clothing store ;
Stole a coat ;
Lew Myors nnd Jo Arnold
They captured Georgo and Morgan,
WToro they wrong ?
Low and Joseph took tho boys
Up to Dross
To his office, where the judgo
Is tho boss.
Tho judge then bound them over
To tho court,
When tho Jury's verdict 's given
Jerry Sullivan robbed
Cal. said unto Arnold,
Get that man.
And Jo. got him
And he brought him
To Brois ;
Who said unto Sullivan,
Y'ou must givo mo 800
Or go with Jo. Arnold
And ho wont.
Ho got blue,
As do you.
James got blind
Drunk was fined ;
And, in jail
His loud wall
Prays this cup
May soon pass
Tho poor ass
Llko a hand
That won't stand
At sov'n-up I
After Uh. Ono of our clergymen, on
Sunday lost, speaking lrotn tho altar, at
tacked The Bulletin and spoke in very
harsh terms of tho editor of this papor.
What wo havo dono to merit tho vindic
tivo mallco of this gentleman wo do not
know. He nttacksd us once beforo, when
we were unconscious of offense, and ovor
since has beon pursuing us with abuse, nnd
has gono out of his way tolnjure our busi
ness. Wo aro sorry very. Wo wnnt to
livo in poaeo with all mon. Wo aro spoil
ing to do so. Why, then, does this man
rcgardlesi of our foolings, harrow up our
soul by abusing us and tolling his congre
gation to dcspitefully uio us? Won't he
bo concilitatod? Can't he bo induced to
lot up ? Where shall wo go if thii perio
cution is to be continued? Shall we bur
row into the earth, or call to tho moun
tains and ask them to full upon us because
this minister won't let us nlono?
won't mind his own business? We shall
wait until tho winds that around our path
way roam answer us,
On Saturday, tho 30th day of Decern
ber, I will soli at public auction tho fol
lowing property, left on my wharfoont
uncnlled for s
8 boxes glass,
1 gas machine,
1 box tinware,
0 boxos merchandise,
1 box giassware,
7 bundles taddlo-troes,
1 lot beer kegs,
1 lot folloes.
dl. J. M. PjiiLVirs.
Tin: CAino and St. Louis Hail-
road. Uen. Jtauin nnd Mitchell haro told
very person with whom thov have talked
on tho subject of tho Cairo and Vliicenncs
railroad, that thero Is no longor any doubt
that tho road will bo built ns soon nsmen
and money can nut t throur-h. (Icn.
Ilurnsldo calls for London to-day bearing
tho necessary documents to ratify in full
...w ,iui isiuiiiii vuiuraui ncruimuru juuue
by him with parties who havo not only
greed to furnish tho monoy to build tho
road, but nro also amply able to do so.
mi., tr- ,.. . "..
xiiuxiurrumirg utromel(, published aim.. Church....St. Louis N. Orleans
uen. Kaum'a home, savs : " Gen. "Win-
low will havo tho suncrvlslon of tho con-
struetlnnnf n....i " i. u i.
illluUBI1 , J11B.lli?
probablo that Messrs. Dodgo, Lord & Co.
will contlnuo ns contractors. Ocn. Itaum
nforms us that measures will bo taken by
tho company and Dodge, Lord & Co. to
provido for tho payment of the creditors of
tho sub-contractors to tho oxtcnt of tho
amount duo such sub-contrnctors.
"We advlso such creditors to put thoir ac
counts in such shape that they car be ex
amined Into when tho proportlmo comes
for tholr settlement and payment. Jlcforo
tho closo of December, it is cxpoctcd that a
full forco of workmen will bo placed on
tho lino of tho road."
iOTiCE. Tho best entertainment in
tho city is nt the St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
nd restaurant. Tho best music that can
0 hnd violin nnd piano. Good lunch
every morning nnd night. All of the
finest brands of cigars, and the best St.
Louis lager beer, always fresh nnd nice.
Givo us ncnll.
Harry Walker, Proprietor.
The OrERF.TTA. Tho Fairy Queen was
presented again Inst night at tho Athene-
urn lo n house not ns full as tho one cf the
night before, but still very lnrgo; and, as
before, tho audience received it with every
manifestation of approbation. Mr. Rob-
bins knows how to handle matters of this
kind, nnd.descrvos nil tho applause ho has
tho Under Ilrothcrs.
Tho manufacture of
Hair Jewelry for Holiday Gifts
mado a specialty.
raber jsrolucrs nro constantly ro
ccivlng now goods not in tho lino of their
own manufacture, such as optical goods of
all kinds, lino gold and silver headed
canes, music boxes of nil kinds, toy music
boxes for children, something new and
very attractive. Sllvor pinto cheaper than
over, &c, &c. tf.
Our city directory, now being com.
piled, is receiving liberal patronngo from
tho citizens. Every business man who
has a high appreciation of the importance
of a good thing when he has it thrust uu
der his nose, is advertising in it taking
from a third to n whole page.
Brick Sto? for Rent. Tho brie
store, o.7ft )hio Loveo, now occupied
by r . 11 tocktleth, Esq., is offered fot
rent, nn 11 bo vacant on tho 16th Inst
Apply to J.vo. B. Fhillis.
Sleeping) Rooms for Renl Ton
well vontilatcd sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National Hank.
W here nro you going? To tho placo
number 63, Ohio levee, whoro they keep
tho best fresh oysters, flsh nnd game, anJ
tho flneit wines, liquors and cigars to b6
found in tho city. Open nt nil hours, day
or night. J. E. Parks
lersonswho wish to havo hair and
other kind of Jewelry manufactured for
nonuay guts, aro requested to hand in
.n. u.unr. i soon as possiuie to jiuuer
i.roiuurs, corner ot nstnngton nvcnuo
and Eighth street.
Holiday goods for tho million. Tho
best assortment of Fancy Goods, Tovs and
Notions in tho city enn bo found at tho
V heeler nnd Wilson nnd Pinno Agency
of C. C. Carson, Commercial nvenuc, be
tween Iwnth nnd Tenth streets, Cairo, 111
Taber Brothers nro prepared to man
ufacturo any pattorn of jowolry to order
lo suit tho parties nnd tho purse. All
kinds of rings, seal, chasod and plain, to
lit the llngor nnd the purse. tf.
Furniture. On Mondny tho Eichoff
Ilrothcrs sold 118 bod-steads, nnd yesterday
60, besides receiving nn order for 600 from
Memphis. Tho business of tho brothors
is increasing rapidly.
For good photographs, porcelain pio
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call or
Thomas, No. 124 Corntuerclnl avenuo. Hf
s a good workman. Givo him a triul.
A Uno black mare, a good spring wag
on, and a sot of new harness, for salo cheap
for cash. Enquire nt J. Burger's, 144
For Sale. A cottngo on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
houses complotc. Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
Wright's no plus ultra minced men
prepared expressly for family use, nt Jor.
Plain direction in German nnd Eng
lish nro given with Barr's Pectoral Elixir
Go nnd seo M, Jordan, tho pooplo's
faverlto, ot Scott's hall, to-night. 2t
Select Elemo figs,
in layers, can bo
found nt Jorgcnion's,
A well stockod grocory storo is ndver-
tisod for salo, at ti bargain. 3t.
Call on Jorgonsnn for cholco London
Adams' Dry Cornod Fish for salo nt
See ndvortiscmont of grocory stand for
Paul O. Schuli
ARRIVED AND DEl'ARTEL,
HteAtner. Wheru from. wi,... i
.Ins. Fisk, jr Puducah Pnducah.'
Illinois tolunihu Columbus.
jty of llidcnii...Ioiilsvlllo St. Louis.'
h. V. hlliott Louisville N.Orlenn.
isusio bllvcr Orleans St. Louis.
Valid. Loiiisvlllo St. I.unla.
llobt. Mitcholl...Clnclniiatl N. Orleans
.itiniiuum uincninaii .Mctntmis.
... coition or tiik nivwt.
. 'iiiqnveriiore ls still rising fast and
Ulcro i8 110W a faIr (tBKo lo LOtjruvjl0a
At Louisvlllo the Ohio is falling with
C feet 4 inches in tbo canal.
At Cincinnati it is falling with 0 foot
Tho Monongahcln is stationary with 4
feet 0 inches.
At St, Louis the Mississippi is falling
with running Ice,
Rclow hero tho river is steadily riling
which Is cnuicd by tho riio In tho Ohio.
WEATHER AND BUSINESS.
Tho weather yesterday was cloudy and
Dusiness'on tho levee was splendid A
perfect fleet of Ohio river boats hnvo ar
rived during tho past two days which
tends to improvo business a great deal.
ITEMS OF CARUO.
Tho Turk had 77 pkg fruit, 10 pkg
hides, 220 pkg woodwork, 81 box handle!,
30 bale cotton and 1C bbl pecans,
The Susie Silver discharged 110 llhd
sugar, 8.5 bbl molasses, 100 bale moss, 101
bdl hides, 10 baskets champagne, and 20
The Valid put off 2U0 bbl ccmont.
Sallle snagged and sunk. She struck a
snag as sho was coming down Uird's bend
tearing a lnrge holo in her hull causing
her to sink in 11 few minutes. he was
headed for the Illinois ihorc and now
lies in 6 feet water. All the freight in
her hull will be damaged. Tho kekert
raised steam nnd went to ber anistance.
Sho can be railed with but llttlo trouble.
Tho Valid ha'i two bargei containing
4,200 bbls. cement for St. Louis. She re-
ported 6 feet at Hamlctsburg.
Tho Nashville U aground at Caeho ii
On Monday thero were twenty-eight
arrivals nt this port. Heat that and take
Hiram Hill was diving after an iron
wheel that tho crew of the Indiana let fall
in the river.
Among the arrivals on Monday and
yesterday thero wero nine new boats. Tbo
first to arriv.o was a small stern whoeler
called Laura, and as sho p'ed down
without landing we can not say what trndu
sho was built for, but judging from her
I7fl arm I. lirnmi ,11 v Iff nitflntl in. tntnn
Tho Clifford passed down and did not
land. Sho U about the same kind of n boat
us the Laura.
The St. Mnry is n medium storn wheoler
and I intended for tho Iluyoii Tec ho trndci
for which sho is well adapted.
Tho next ono to pats down without
landing was n small stern wlitel boat
called tlie John Scott, about tho same kind
of n boat its the Laura and Clifford.
cit comes tho Toxas, alio a stern
whoeler, built for soma of the southern
streams, nnd from her appearances, she is
a good boat.
' hn Snn .Turin 1. . amnll hn,l nt ul,nnl
" ...... ,u WVH. W. .fWM
300 tons capacity, nnd was built to run In
the Rio Grande river.
Tho new towbont built at Cincinnati for
the Mlsiisilnpi Valloy transportation com
nsnv. named (!re.mn i-iitt- u . .ni.miM
' " " r -
ftnd powerful looking craft. Her dlmon
sions areas follows: Length. 100 feet:
width, 30 feet. She has n boiler 40 inches
In dinmctcr nnd 28 feet long; cylinders,
20 inches, 8 foot stroke, with balance
valves ; 3 steam capstans ; donkey pnmps,
... 1 ' J ' 1 '
etc. Ucrnabin is verv fine nnd roomv,
Sho is very high between decks, Sho
was visited by u large number of our citi
zens, who pronounced her us complcto a
towboat as ever was built. She is waiting
for tho Bee to arrive with her tow, whon
sho will depart for tho city nftor which she
Tho new steamor City of Holenn built
for the St. Louis nnd Memphis packet
company is n duplicate, of the Grand Tow
cr and City of Vieksburg, only her cab
in will be flnor nfter,.it is furniihed.
Sho passed up for St. Louk where sho
will receive her outfit.
Tho beautiful Emma C. Elliott camo
down yesterday, nnd was visited by a largo
number, who pronounced hoi a perfect
beauty. Sho, is a sidowhccler, and was
built for Memphis aud Whlto river trado
for which sho is well adapted and wo pre
dict for hor a bright future.
City Nntlonnl Hank Itiilldlur.
Mts.8pecial attention paid to orders Irom steam
boats nldit or iiiv."Vu
All porsons dosirlng to bocomo mem
bers of n class to bo instructed in piano
nnd vocnl music by Signor Farlnl, who
proposes to establish in this city a conser
vatory of music, will plonso glvo notico of
tho fact nt Herman Meyers' cigar store,
Ohio lovoo, to Paul Schub, druggist, Com-
mcrcil nvenuc, or J. Schlesingor, artist
corner Eighth stroot and tho loveo.
Just IReckived. W. "W, Thornton
Tenth ctrcot between Commorclal avenuo
and Poplar street, has just recoivod and in
tore 1,000 doors und 1,000 windows and
Go to Dr. MeGauloy for Rattingor's Fa
vor Drops, Wurrnntod to euro tho chills
Edam aud Sap Gago cnooio nt Jorgon-
Monday Evenino, Nov. 27, 1871.
Tho general market is nctlvo, with a
good detiinnd for all staple articles. Prices
aro nominally unchanged, though firm
nnd steady. The weather Is coll and
FLOUR Tlio market for round lots
continues firm, (Quotations unchanged.
177 bbls. Vnrlous Grades S5 00a8 60
'.60 bbls. Super 6 60
100 bbls. XS C CO
Sales from thnfHtv miii.
176 bbls. Spring Family 5 79
00 bols. X 0 00
200 bbls. XX 0 2ft
160 bbls. XXX 7 00
200 bbls. XXXX 7 60
WHEAT Sales were
cars Spring $1 30,1 84
CORN. Tho demand for white is t?ood
and is not equaled by the supply,
markot is well supplied with mixed and
prices remain the same. Sales were
1 car Mixed, in bulk, on track 46o
1 " Yellow, " ' 450
1 " Whlto " 49o
100 sacks, Mixed, del 67c
1 car White, in incks, del. (at
points uoiowj -070
iOO sacks White, at points bel
100 sacks Whlto, del COo
1 car White, In sacks dol COo
OATS. The market is stuadv nnd firm.
4 cars, Mixed, in bulk, on track85,3GJa 36o
2 " Mixed, in sacks, del 43c
1 " Whlto " " 4So
160 sacks " 42a
HAY. The market is active, and hold-
ers nro asking nu advanco in prices over
thoso of last week. Sales wore
2 cars, Red Top, del $18 00
Cholco Mixed, del
.$10 00a 21 00
" Timothy, "
" " Cholco " 23 00a 24 00 g
II UTTER. Tho demand li good for
1. !. - ..-
ocsi nuaiiiios. oaics wore -
Irt 1. .. . wa.m Ifr.,, m FA I-
it, " IvIlOICO ul I
EGGS. Unchanged and priceihara an
1 " frcih Mo
nH!T.TWV 1V -iaIi. ..laa nf
A. V U i. i II i 1 1 o iwv amtv-m v e
locoons mixcu unickons i uva w.
a t 1 rt 1 at. r r A
'i Good " 3 M f
HL'l f TL. .1. I. .-.I M.I.I
ccs unchanged. Sales were.
160 bbls. Kiln Dried, del 2 B5a2 0
100 "City Steam" 2 00s3 15f
v a 1 urAi.nuuuiinui:mi 7bv t r
60 bbls. (according to quality) 52 7taa 70 1
a V A a a -yj lj t a, iiv mm a' w w
. . II
I 11 1 T .1 .,,.nnnM I. .
i! deer, per lb.,
dJ UUCC1! 1TIIU liutn tt.f . wwiy.
10 " rabbits 1 001 23
. J 4fUllll3 a VVbJl aft?
1 " wild turkeys 12 00
1 " prairlo chickens 4 00
1000 lbs shoulders 8Jo
1000 lbs clear tides 0c
600 lbs bams 16fa,iecj
SUNDRIES 5 bbls buskwheat flour, j'
US (VI. in,lr...l ffnna . KA . I O. .1 FaaaA1
mutton, 6c por lb ; 6 heavy veal calTe4,'(
$4 606 00; 10 bbls krout, $7 000 10 00 1
I t Ul,t,Ui lllllg HI ll.l,j .V UUI. UUCI, vvJJI
I tm,. . in 1.1.1. Cfl IliVA I
R An .t liiiahnl f-lw.tmil. tl HO rur bus I
10 bbls coal oil, 28e per gallon ; 60 boxes:
N. Y. factory cheese, lCc; 30 sacks coffee.tj
24c ; 300 bbls Jime, $1 20.
NEW I1AKHEH SHOP,
Georce. the barber latelr with Tbeotrald and
Commercial avenue, between 17 and lsth atr.eta.1'
r.MCiin.cii. naa oneneti a ia ii.bikk Hun., tin
"J !he i'PP" Prl "' cl,r'- " 'n'ltet all hi j
old and new Iriends lo visit his shop, aud as.'
or ine accoiiimouaiion 01 laaies anu genue-nen
u' .!,, HVTI (K.lli.n ,u f(0,. 111. .IWJI. MIU a
sure, them oolite attention and unequalled work
vuiit-r in uttir uuiuu, lulling, alluvion urauaiu
J. GEO. STEINHOUSE,
Cor. Mtlit and CointnerclAl
Clean Towels and 1
aAy-,aaiea' anu cnuarcn I nair cui anu insm.-'
VContlemenV whiskers and hair dyed In
tlho rrrtiner. Uatistaction Kusranteed.
CAUL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do all kinds of plain and oraa. ,,
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING If
BION WKITINO. ETC., yl
ai ngurea wmcn ueir an compeiton, muu iaiu m
highest style cr the painters art. , j
SHOP IN THEPERRY HOUSE, d
corner or COMMERCIAL avenue and J
K I OUT It BTR B E T.
T KOAL NOTICE Is htreby given that K. W.
I I 1lll-t.. ..I . Isl T .nm ximmaTIOAll Kit iftm
tion tn nerfoct a diatreNi lor renl cIDt JO"M" '
-J JkllVI lUltr, 1 1 1 B 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 "HI wvuiuiiMvv- -t
lav is. iiAfAnnnni. in iiib circun cuurt vi i .
ander county, in the tttatfl of Illinois waww
ha .i... on, I fiinp. nr in return nt mmiuviw k
...... r.-r--- "- r;:-.-r.",.....J ir. f
at the court house in uairo, inmois.
Ill IvMIIU, MIUUI
JOHN ti. HAHMAN, Clerk.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Furnished on shortest notice.
Commoroial-av, bot. 10th and lltli-BfjL,
Rye and oat incnl nt Jorgomen'.