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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1871,
TBAVEI lll'S GUIDE.
1METADLK or XE "tlKO.S CENTnAt R. R.
i:irrM,.iiir - !."
(rrtrf.M.ii,.i.iir - 3i.M.
Kipress, dally, except Sunday 3:30 p.m.
Nailmtiteof cara fromt'airo In H. Lottie .No
, fcr frotr Cftlro to Chicago. Flcnt
raleg Koo-n sleeping cars on night tram.,
checked to ll important point..
CA1KO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trip" lily-
it T ."
it II '"
At 30 .-p.m.
ttAVINO HOI KB enr
At S:30 A.m.
At 1:30 pit.
At C p.m.
Fare each tuy, 30 cents ', 10 tickets for Si 60.
Will Iabi, when hailed, t any good inlrrtnMiMC
aadiiiglor passengers or freight. nor21tf.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Wei'lyPAcket for fAdiicAh, ETanavllle and Lou
Urlllf , the fAtonto steAmcr,
T. O. nYJIAN,JItr.
CAlro Tery SATUDHAY t 5 o'clock p;m.
or rreiglil or PASsago apply on uoaruur v
CAIHO AND PADUCAII
MAIL HO AT.
The aplendid steamer
t !.) ."t(iV, (si-ilty excepted) At 4
Fir frsljhtor in.. i; nnply on boArdor
FOR SALE, 1 For Sale f FOR SALE,
' I For Bale 1
TOR SALE. J KSfsMolFOR SALE.
Fare from LivxnroOL,
Faro from Londonderry
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from Queenstown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $48-
Saflord, Morns A Ca
Limpool .New-York and I'hlladf Iphia
01 U COHTAlCr WITH VKIIID ITATM.1XD laiTIIU
FOIt PASSAGE TICKETS
OB rCKTniA ItrrOAMATIOX
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
15 Broadway, New-York, or (
Washington Atomic, Cairn. ion. ji
TITANTED 23 TKAMS To work on llio Cairo
TV aoiI St. Louia railroad. Apply on the work
two miles form to nor nt Courthouse hotel,
DAVIS MHIIWIN, Contractor.
Nor. 23. Wl.-dlw
TheCrtinmerelAl Hotel cill ho i-entiM on favor
ahieteitHv jj.M4uftrt-.f,tf,.-.ij-j'. ..,
ply lo (ochiHt) C. WINdTON.
The liree and onmmodloiu ilnelllr.g houe
itnated on J.iEhth between Walnut nnd Wash
ington (oppot.tethe IVoAbyterina Church) It for
rent. Tor terms, etc., apiiIv to
THOMAS, IlItEKN & ALUIIN,
octiOtf Ohio l.eree, Cairo, lll
A meeting of tho stockholder of the Cairo nnd
Vincennes railroad company will lie held it the
office of the company in Cairo, Illinois, on Ht
urdAT, December lf71, nt 10 o'clock, a.m., for
the purpotool ratifying tho action of the board
of directors. V. II. LAUNEI),
SecretAry and Treasurer.
Cairo, November 3, 1671.
riU.N.Nr DA03 0n 8ALE.-T-We Iiato j.int re
y vci.ru uirecfc iron, imp irverw a write cu'i
slgnment otQunny ISngn, liich wootler at lowest
mukn prices. UALLIPAY 1II10S.
Hnirn Vnfnlj,l 1671
The Illinois Central Hail Itoad Coinpiny now
oflerforaale the following described loin in Kim
Addition to the City of Cairo, vli !
hot 7 block 20. Lot 2t block "J,
" IS " V), " ir? " St '
' 5 " Hi. " as ' a
' ' 8.', " 31 8
.," 3 " IU, 3i ' H.
rurlermi.ele. apply '.o IAMHS JOHNJOM,
. mi Acn.
AOHO0E11V STAND, with full Hock of aro
cerieni eligibly elumted on on Wanliliitin
nv';!,u. 'lolnK Kod hujlnesn. Appliulhe
uulletln Ottice. ' niivllt
I'll YKIC1 AIMS-
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
RCSIDENCK-No. 21 Thirteenth Atre.t. be.
. .V . ""hiiiRitm avenue nnd Walnut etre t.
'nun li commercial nveini. up Halm.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RJHlDBNOE-cornerNinth and Walnut it,
,''-0''f f'tl .lru..t aail Ohio lave.,
time houra from 8 A.m. to W in., And B.p.m
ALLEN, MULKE1 & WHEELER
C00NSELORS AT LAW,
HrtariicuiAr Attention pAld to rWer And ad.
omcg-OTer FiutNAtional Uank, Ohio Leree.
GREEN It GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H. een, -v
William H Gilbert, v (inn iiiik-nia
Mileat'.OIlbert, J AUK), ILLINOIS,
W.ipecla. Attention given U, Idmliali. .n,i
atumbuat buitneti, omiiaity and
OfTICI OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 XVb 6 OTEk
CITY KAT10KAL WAVJt.
nfiM iVlSilll iiffjiao Viort
promptly, in the . , ?' V'Bg out
I . i-
lbl to the mammon, noil., !I . .e1'd or
ihlcliUaTo Tfiili our bine , P
, for MDdlog thMr o,k to Krto"S .Knl""
Fuksb Seguln mackerel tm ban l nt jor.
CHARLES m. irowK&co.,
H ) W A K I) I Nli .M K HUH A N Tri.
No. 04 Ohio Levee,
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER AND CONFECTION
No. 134 Cotuinercial-ave.,
rnblUlied every morning, Monday
FOIt SALE CHEAP,
An elegant set of now Single Harness.
Apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
nov303t Stone Depot.
Lost nbout noon on Saturday, No
vember 25th. within two blocks of tho
post office, a LADY'S FUR MUFF.
Tho finder will bo well rewarded by leav
ing tho same with Lollin, nt tho post office,
oa at Dr. W ardncr t.
,lnck Winter will on Thursday morning I
nt 10 o'clock spread one of tho grandest
lunches over beforo spread In tho city of
Cairo. The bill of fnre will consist of
oyster soup, roasts, turkey hoof, mutton
and veal, also rabbits smothered in onions,
to which he invites his friends and patrons
of the Delmonlco bar and billiard saloon
to attend and partake free of charge.
No paper will bo Issued from t is of-
11 co to-morrow.
New almonds, cocoanut and pecans
-James Johnson has nn elegant set tf
harness which ho Is anxious lo sell.
Tho smnll-pox is moving upon our
works. Cnn't tho wretched disenso bo rc-
pulicd this year?
At School's Hall,
J'Uvliur. wttf r.tfrMMlM.I ,1...
Fairy Queon, lind stolen from her, in the
first night tho operntta was rcprHsenti'd, a
vuluiiblo diamond pin.
Three boys ran nway from homo tho
other dny, but got discouraged when thoy
reached Charleston, Missouri, nnd returned
yesterday. Tho spirit of adventuro in
these young men win stronger than tho
power of endurance.
Persons who with to have hair nnd
other kind of jewelry manufactured for
holiday gifts, aro requested to hand in
their orders as soon as possible to Under
Ilrothors, corner ot Washington uvcnuo
and Eighth street.
Tho alarm of tiro yesterday was oc
casioned by nn incipient conflagration,
the beginning of a small Chicago lire on
tho roof of Rill .Scott'o hotel. It was ex
tinguished beforo any damage was dono.
All tho engines weru out, but no water
Why do o ninny o our patrons insist
that wo shall publish .Morgan') list of tho
babylcss portion of our vommunitv? Wo
havo n head, which wo desire to retain on
our shoulders, und it would not occupy
that position many houra after such publi
cation. Tho Herald uj Health for IKt-embor
contains n remarkable paper on How Rest
to Promote, the Causo of Tcmpornuca.
Tho bc,t way is to nllow n toper to havo
his way with PuduuitU whisky. It will
klU or euro in a weok. Tho trouble in, It
oftoncr kills than cure.
llio Uallatin Gazette niks : 1 th!
the 19th century?" It is in Cairo, but wo
bollevo It is not in Slmwneetown. Wo
have been told by a man who knows ho
knows whereof ho speaks, that that vil
lage is somo three or four centuries be
hind tho ago.
Holiday goods for tho million, Tho
best assortment of Fancy Goods, Tovs and
Notions iu the olty can bo found at the
i heeler und W ilson and Piano Agency
of 0. C. Carson, Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets, Cniro, III.
Tabor Brothers arc constantly re
ceiving new gods not In the line of their
own manufacture, such as optical goods of
all kinds, flno gold and silver headed
canes, music boxes of all kinds, toy music
boxes tor children, something new and
very attractive. Silver plate cheaper than
over, &;., Sic, tf.
Great Inducements to any one wish
ing to buy a llrst-chiM piano or organ.
K- & W. lludcr offer their entire stock In
tho platl0 atld orj,un Ilo nt tUo Mtuil
oust u. uio instruments. Thoy aro deslr.
ou of closing out tho stock to that th.v
may use tho room for jewelry manufactur
The Smiths will insert themselves
ju itnow. m. x, omiiti. mavor of
Vienna, iu imitation of President Grant,
proclamatod and ordered tho business
homes of his little burg closed nnd the
poonlo thereof to return tlmnki to the
Lord. "Why didn't Smith my to boforc,
o that wo might hiivo dono so nlso?
Honry Stout bought yesterday lot 22
In block 2" lit the low pflco of $175; but
the nlo whs forced, and Honry got n big
bargain. Stunt is now doing u lushing
business nt bricklaying nnd stonmboat fur
nuco building, and can Milord to buy Cairo
lots when such bargains f nil in his way.
Thu boys have been praying for ico,-
but ico won't como. They nro preparing
a petition to tho city council praying
that nn ordinance bo enacted prohibiting
tho wculbor from not freezing botwecn
tho first of December and tho flnt of
February. Judgo Shanncsty Is of opin
ion thnt tin ordimtneo of this kind would
Tcm und Jerry wero seen the other
evening in Jack AVinlcr's saloon. They
socmcd to Ic nt home there, but shortly
afterwards wcro observed in Herbert's,
und then nt Fitzgerald's, and then at
Dlankenburg's. In fact, since the cold
snap begnn, Thotnai and Jerry aro fatnll-
iar presences in nil tho saloons, and ex
perienced drinkers sny thoy nro a drink
not to bo snoozed nt.
The radio for the Hibernian engine
homo will como off on Saturday night
next, without fail. Thoso persons who
havo not yt ptocured tickets should lose
no time in calling nt Al. Susankn s saloon
on tho levco. Al. is authorized to dispose
of tho few tickots still on hand, and any
person wishing to get n houso for fifty
cents will buy one for that amout by buy
ing n chanco in this lottory.
Tho lludcr Brothers, comer Eighth
street and "Washington nvonuc, havo re
ceived a bran-new lot of the latest-styled
breast-pins, car-rings, finger rings, brae-
lets, watches, clocks, etc., und, invito tho
public to call and inspect tho stock. They
are also agents for tho Davis' sewing mn-
chine, llurdctt organs and St.' Louis pianos,
and offer to the public tho best bargains to
bo obtained at any placo in Southern III-
"Wo havo no hesitation ln recommend
ing 'William Eblcrs, boot nnd shoo maker.
ns worthy of most liberal patronage. Wo
know whoroof wo speak when we say his
work is dono In n masterly manner at tho
lowest prices. He ttics nothing but tho
best of stock, and ho cannot be cxcollcd in
tho delicate task of making nn exact fit.
Give him n call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington aventto and
Poplar stroot, nearly opposlto tho court
house, and wo will guarantee satisfaction.
On Saturday, tho 30th day of Decem
ber, I will sell at public auction tho fol
lowing property, left on my wharfooat
'i boxes glass,
1 gus machino,
1 box tinwaro,
0 boxos merchandise,
1 box glassware,
7 bundles saddle-trees,
1 lot beer kegs,
1 lot felloes,
dlt. J. M. V iu l.i.l ph.
Tho merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Lehning & Kobler, on tho south side ol
Klulltll atro.il J ...I w.n 'Wfiitnffinn Mti.l
Commercial nvenucj, opposite Hanny's
dry-goods store, has been open only a fow
weeks nnd already theso gcntletno aro ob
taining n fair share of tho pntronago
of the public. They nro both practical
men first-class mechanics and are will
ing to guarnntco satisfactory work. They
keep on hand always a full lino of piece
goods, to which thoy direct tho ntlention
of nil who wish to havo made clothes
thnt nro worth the money paid for them.
Cleaning and repairing dono .neatly at
Wo havo received a curium commu
nication on "Snoring," but as it points
rather pointedly al ono of our city oftlcinls
wo have taken it under advisement. Tho
writer holds that snoring is prima facie
ovldcnce of a disposition to bo docidedly
loose in morals, ultogethcr a bad egg, und
generally good for nothing; and ho as
serts, with much emphasis, that any man
who will snoro in n hay mow Is lost to
grnco and n sinner for whose return the
lamp will not hold out to burn. The
meaning of tho communication is wrapped
in the, to us, incomprehensible, und wo
shall be compelled to get Walt Whitman
or Robert Browning to unravel to us tho
It is true Hint Ulankenburg's Kxeol-
slor faloon Is now one of tho institutions
of tho city. All drlnkors who llko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, boor,
otc go to tho Excelsior saloon, which Is
fitted up in splendid stylo. Rlaukonburgi
who knows how to keep a saloon, kprends
a lino froa lunch every morning nnd eve
ning, nnd, us ho forcibly expresses It,
"Sweetens the lunch with music." Ho
hns cmployod tho sorvicos of a tlrst-rnto
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in ono end of tho saloon
penk out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. Tho boot order is maintained,
and nil Improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch, Ev
erybody knows that the Excolsior saloon
is at the corner of Washington avenue and
It Is truo that thnt tho best whisky,
wine, nnd such' liquids, in tho
city aro to bo obtainod at Fitzger
ald's samplo room, cornor of Commercial
itvenuo nnd Fourteenth stroot. Lawyers
who drink Pat's whisky nlwnys obtain n
retnlnor within llvo minutes after each
drink, and become virtuous; ministers
who drink his wine and whisky, grow in
graco nnd become happy ; doctors who
sample his liquors "all round," aro cer
tain to procure a patient who has money
nnd tho disposition to pay for prescrip
tions, and becomo good citizens ; nnd
odltors who tako a drop or two procure
patrons who pay cash, and becomo drunk
udltors ami patrons. Tempornnco men
nro especially urged to patronize Pat. Ho
lias a poculiar kind of whisky that makes
u man root good, drunk and nil that, hut it
leaves no odor on tho breath, nnd tho man
who drinks it can get out of the saloon
without being vlslblo to mortal vision.
And (till thoy como, thoso blessed ba
bies I Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Martin rejoice
In tho posiesUon of a daughter, and so do
Col. and Mrs. Hudson. Daughters! This
knowledgo gives tu great satisfaction.
Hovs nro nuisances when people haven't
got any. The Sun convoys to us llio
pleasing intelligence that .Miss Hudson Is
charming, and a gentleman in whose
babv Judgment wo havo tho utmost confi
dence, Informs us thnt Miss Martin is all
tho fondest parent could wisu bright,
pretty, and tho " very picture " of hcnlth.
l,Ullclaclii",lllo Is new,
All Is mystery to you
Andyou'.ltind, a yo'J go on,
All the bright sun tliines upon
Allthenovt-lt And to-he
HtlU will be a mystery.
Little ladio.", welcome here,
Take the world's pnth w lthout fcAr
OoJ In love o'er looks u all
MAikljg e'en the spArrow'a fall
May your eyes the tear ne'er know
Sorrow often bids to flow.
Little ladlcs.Joy with thee!
With thco In tho walk of life,
Guarding In the fiercest etrlfo.
Happiness be at thy aide,
And I'eace, of Virtue the true brhle.
It is boginnlng to simmer, the muni
cipal election teapot. And now "thoy
eay " that Judgo llross will not bo ft con
dldato for reelection to the office of polico
magistrate, and that tho contest will be
between Chlof of Polico Myers nnd Mr,
John H. Robinson. Of course, other gen
tlcmen will also bo on hand rendy for tho
race, and if Judge Bross would reconsider
his determination to not run, ho would
make matters very lively.
A petition is bolng circulated request
ing Mayor Lnnsdon to nominalo Mr,
Ainandus Jncckel as a polico constablo to
fill the vacancy "now existing'1 on tho forco,
As we understand it, no vacancy yet ox
ists. Mr. Shcehan has been susponded net
discharged: and whilo wo should like to
sco Mr. Jaockol on the forco and hope
may bo appointed, wo do not wish to hav
Mr. Shcehan, who has been a vigilant an
thorough-going officer, displaced. If how
ever ho should be, Mr. Jaeckel will till tho
Seventh street has boen a thorn In tho
sido of Mayor Lansdcn'a administration.
Tho denizens who thereon reside have in
sisted on their right to havo tho sidewalks
of that street repaired "right now." Rut,
somehow tho city, slow on tho trigger, did
not rush at tho work, and tho consequence
was n furious storm bogan to rago in tho
Seventh street teapot. Tho d 1 was to
pay and no pitch hot. Fortunately, beforo
any great damago had boen dono Mcllalo
appeared upon tho neglected street and
began to hammer nails nnd repair tho
sidownlks; nnd now tho street is calm
again. All is serene. Shall wo make tho
usual remark ubsut tho gooso that hangs
high while things nro lovely?
WHAT Til KY hAT WITH A "LOCAL 1IFAWXG''
Tho Cairo Bulletin gets nfter us for
saying W. T. Worthington knows the
value of printer's ink and pays for it ac
cordingly. Wo do not know whnt Mr.
Worthington mny havo dono elsewhere,
but nt this placo ho paid all his printer's
bills liko a man, and we wero only doing
him justico in letting the pcoplo know it.
Tho Worthington we have heretofore
hinted nt In our round-nbout manner, is a
photographer, and ono of the "deadest
boats" in tho world. Ho pays nobody for
anything he is credited for, and would rob
his father If ho had an opportunity to do
so, and kick tho old gentleman if he dared
A poet asks "Where dwell the
dead V Cairo Jlulletin.
Such a question addressed to a Cairo ed
itor with regard to tho Cairo dead would
receive no definite reply. l'adueah Ken
tuekian. But if tho question wero addressed to a
Faducah editor, and ho would tell tho
truth in reply, which Is quito improbable,
tho answer could bo made quito dofinlto.
Tho placo of future residence might bo ex
actly indicated by it word which is uiually
printed tint's "h I."
The Cairo and Fulton railroad between
Cairo and Charleston, Missouri, i.i being
built, suro enough. Martin, of tho Char
leston Courier, hays:
In company with Messrs. Jos. C. Mooro,
Tlios. H. Byrd, J. H. Bolhunc, J. L. Shelby,
ShoritT Jackson, and others commanded hy
Road-mastor Richards and Conductor
Agnew, wo took a trip on tho Cairo and
Fulton road, now being built from this
placo to Cairo, a fow days since. The
long bridgo through tho lint swamp h
finished, and n substantial bridgo 'it is.
Track-laying is now bolng pushod for
ward in earnest, nnd at tho present time
tho bunds nro nt work within half n milo
Tho well-known firm of Halliday
Bros., of Cairo, have n largo lot of gunnv
hags for sale. Charleston Courier.
Wo haro been publishing this fact, off
and on, for a month. And they are good
gunny bags, too, nnd cheap ns dirt, com
In roforence to tho Cairo and VJn
conncs road, tho Metropolis Timet re
Tho latest reliable information seems to
bo that tho affairs of tho Cairo and Vin.
connes railroad havo bcon nut in proper
miapa aim mat tuu ruau iii ue mult, yvo
also notice that it is tho intention of tho
campnny to mako some alterations in tho
route as previously decided upon; and It
is barely possible that, if tho cltizons of
Popo and Massno counties would act in
conjunction, they might bo ablo to sectiro
achnnuoin tho lino brlnclim It fortimr
south and through Golcondtt and Mo-
tropolls. Will our railroad men look in
to this innttor nnd If such n change enn bo
mado? Should tho road bo built through
Vlonnn, it will prove nlmo.t a death blow
to Metropolis, unloss tho company would
glvo us a branch from that point which is
very doubtful, Other places nro working
nnd If wo remain quiescent, wo must pre
pnre ourselves for a complete- surrender
of all our hopes,
The online of our thnnkfcivintr-dav
turkey, and thoso nwful potatoes sent lo
us by Williamson. This will bo nmuse-
mont sulilcicnt unto tho dny llko tho evil
thereof, s.i to fneuk.
o,. ...!.......!. i.i.
uvuii n iiliiisbiuic, (lb Ill's llllll, llirillEll
amusement that Is not to bo thrown over
anybody's shouldor. "Whlto men
enn bchnvo themselves, may attend,
Tho ball of tho Turner socletv, to
night at Schoal's "Washington hall, will
be a grand affair.
R.llcbsackcr, John Koehlcr and Chas.
Mehner, nro llio Turner's commlttco to
mnko arrangements for tho ball to-night
at bciieol unll. 'Ihoy Have snared ncitlicr
, it I
time nor expense to mnko It a succcssfu
nffalr, and wo havo no doubt Ihoy will
Tho proceeds of the Tumor's ball to-1
night nt School s hall will bo applied to
thoroliof of tho many sufferers vet In Chi-
cngo who nre crying for help.
Mr. Jordnn, as "bone," will shino
with a brilliant light at Scott's minstrel
hall to-night. It
-Low Wnrrcn, the tninborlnlst, of
Scott's minstrels, will bo ns gny ns happy
-Miss Annio Henderson, tho charming
vocalist, said by many to bo n rivnl to tho
Illnck Swan, will raise hor voico to-night
nt .Scott's hnll. It
W'c beg lcavo to insist that it is tho
duty of every citizen of Cairo to return
thanks to-day to the Power which has led
in through another year in snfoty nnu
happiness nmid tho dangers that beset tho
pathway of lilo
This, wo believe, is worded in the ortho
dox manner, nnd Is urged upon tho nttcn
lion of our render?
If any man has been unfortunnto, hns
permitted good luck to go back on him,
nnd overwhelm him in sorrow, it is his
duty to thank tho Lord for His mercy in
keeping him out of other and greater mis
If any ono pnnnot kco in the condition of
tho country cnuso for congratulation, he
must keen mum. Even tho people of the
south, ku-klax and all, must on to-day
mnnago to get up a little thankfulness in
consideration of tho fact that they nro bet
ter off than thoy might be.
And, then, to be candid, we have nil,
throughout tho longlh nnd breadth of tho
land, been greatly favored by a beneficent
The good Lord has kept us in peace
with all tho world, and hns made the earth
fruitful; and now
All safely gathered In
Is autumn's Klden grain;
How sweet to hear the tinfilDK cheer
That greets the last full wain
We may nit oven call
An ear ot wheat our own,
Hut where'a the heart thai tslu-" no purl
In hailing harvest home ?
Then let thanUngiving nongs
Ho o'er tho country spread,
To Hun to whom tho pralie belong
For sending daily hrnid.
All rarely gathered in !
Nofeartnat famlno now
wilt with grimace upon lis fare
Triumphant ride the prow.
For He whoso gracious eyo
Has slumber'd not nor slept,
Again has cent a rich i-upply
And well his promise kept.
Sole! thanksgiving songs
llothfar and wide bespread,
To Him to whom the praise belong
For sending daily bread.
Tho Qulncy Herald savs tho musical
public of thnt delectable city are big with
anticipation over Slgnor Farina, bo nro
F. Vincent, of this city, was ln Shaw
noetown last week, for tho purpose of em
ploying nn agent there to sell tickets for
his ruidonco drawing.
dipt. Ben. Howard, well known in
and formerly of Cairo, is now on tho "Ar
kansas Belle," in tho Evansvillo nnd
Cairo trade. Tho Mussac. lournal says so.
Tho Vienna Artery says Davis, of tho
Sun, is a Prosbytcrian; Oborly, of The
Bulletin, n Congregationalism Barton,
of the Curbondnlo AWo Kra. a Baptist;
Aldcn, of tho I'ulashi Patriot, ti Metho
dist, and llouton, of tho Joncsboro Ga
zette, n Baptist, believing in something
stronger than water. This is n slander on
llouton, Ho never drinks.
Princo Alexis, uftor visiting St. Louis,
Will journoy to the south, nnd its a matter
of course tnrry for nwhilo in Cairo. Ho is
a Russian of good taste, and will thereforo
roceivo from our citizens hearty wel
come, lie bhnll havo tho distinguished
honor of being present at it joint meeting
ef our city council, mid shall also bo per
mitted to gnzo with enrnptured vision
upon tho beauties of St. Mary's park. If
ho behaves himself Mcllalo will ullow
him to walk through tho cells of the city
jail, nnd ho may smoke n cigar in tho
rooms of tho Delta social club.
-This is from tho Gallatin (Sbnwncc-
town) Ouzeite :
" Wo havo u suL'L'estlon to mako to tho
Sunday school teachers nnd scholars of
our city, ana certainly Bunday is a very
propor timo to mako it. Dr. Mary Sal
ford was onco many years ago a faith
ful worker in tho Sabbath school cnuso in
this city. A fow years ago alio completed
a tour through tho Holy Lund, visiting a
gront many of thoso noted places spoken
of In scripture. Why not Invito this lady
to visit onco more tho enrly scones of hor
youth, nnd toll our pooplo whnt she
aw In tho countries where Christ
preached iu person tho glad tidings of
peaco and joy. Henry S. Wilson, Wm.
Dockor, Major Wilson, und many others
wore her pupils. 'Iheso gcntlomen would
doubtless assist in muldnir her visit not
'only pleasant but interesting. What say
our Sunday school folks, shall wo havo tho
And' why may wo of Cairo not have
Miss Sufl'ord to tell our pooplo tho samo
Btory In hor pleasant maimer? If she
should consent, she would be greeted by a
houso full to overflowing with frionds and
lFrom th0 C Evening Sun.
J. white. Wo nro clad to learn
l,mt Or. J. "Whlto is rccolvlnc cnlls for his
nuvico ana romculcs which bid fair to re
lnln "lm ln Cnlroall wlntor. Dr. "White's
um ln 80 promptly detecting, ns ho does,
ovory nilmont and tho truo condition of
11,0 ollllro U0(Jy oru, "ufleror Is often tho
wonder of tho sufferer hlmsolf, and ovorv I
ono who witnesses tho cures
Pontons careless or Indifferent lo this
opportunity for restoration to health mny,
regret their neglect for tho balanco of
their luetl Wo ndvlso the early call of
diseased on Dr. White, with confldont ox
pectation of permanent relief.
His rooms aro ut tho Southern hotel,
Ohio levee. nov7-lm
All ncrsons doslrlnu to bocomo mem-
bcrs of ft ck lo bo instruclcd ln piano
nnd V0Ctti lnuslc bv CIlor Vnrtrtf. who
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r,.rttt In nctnlillali In thlantfv n pnmnr
vatorv of music, will pleaso give notice of
tho fact at llormnn Moycrs' cigar store,
Ohio lovco, to Paul bchuh, druggist, Com
mercll avenue, or J. achlcslngcr, artist
corner Eighth street and tho lovco
tho lludcr Brothers.
Tho manufacture of
Hair Jewelry for Holiday
made a specialty.
Notice. Tho best entertainment in
the city is at tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
and restaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin and piano. Good lunch
ovcry morning nnd night. All of the
finest brnnds of cigars, and tho best St.
Louis lager beer, always fresh nnd nice.
Give us a call.
Kahiiy Walkkii, Proprietor.
Where are you going? To tho place
number 63, Ohio levee, whero they keep
the best fresh oysters, fish nnd game, anJ
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars to b
found in the city.
Open at all hours, day
J. E. Parks
Tabcr Brothers aro prepared to man
ufacturo any pattern of jewelry to ordor
to suit the parties and tho purse. All
kinds of rings, seal, chased and plain, to
fit the finger nnd the purse. tf.
Bkick Stov for Rent. The brie
store, No. 7ft )Mo Levee, now occupied
by F. M toekflcth, Esq., is offered foi
rent, an ll bo vacant on the 18th Inst
Apply to Jno. B. Piiillis.
Sleeping Rooms for Rent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank
Parlor Entertainment. The ladles
of tho Episcopal Church will give the first
of a series of Parlor Entertainments at
mu resmeiicooi in. . uiiocn, r-sq-i
Tuesday next, Dec. fitli
All ate oor-
diallv Invited to attend.
Furniture. On Monday the Eichoff
Brothers told 1 18 bed-stead', nnd yesterday
CO, besides receiving nn order lor COO from
Memphis. The business of tho brothers
is increasing rapidly.
Fresh Lake Michigan fish, consisting of
, trout and whlto fish, can be procured every
day at Jack Winter's grocery, adjoining
tho hardware store, for the trilling sum of
ten cents per pound.
Just Received. W. W. Thornton
Tenth street between Commercial avenue
and Poplar street, has just received ant) in
tore 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows and
For good photographs, porcelain pie
lures, or old pictures lo bo copied, call ot
Thomas, No. 124 Commercial avenue. Hi
s a good workman. Glvo him a trial.
A lino bluck mure, a good spring wag.
on, nnd n set of now hnrncss, for sale cheap
lor cash, hnquire at .1. Burgers, 144
i or Sale. A cottugo on 12th stroet
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
A desperate and tenacious cold can bo
broken up nnd exterminated hy using
Burr's Pectoral Elixir.
WitiairrV no plus ultra minced men
prepared expressly for family use, at Jor-
Found. Thnt the oheiecst butter is
nt Jorgcnson's Stnplo and Fancy Oioeery
Oysters. Louis Herbert has alwas on
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys
Invest ono dollar in Bnrr's Pectoral
EIixer,nnd stop that troublcsomo cough.
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Battlngcr's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills
Plain directions in German and Eng.
lish nro given with Ilarr's Pectoral Elixir
Go nnd sco M. Jordan, tho
favorite, nt Scott's hall, to-night.
Select Elcmo figs,
found nt Jorgcnson's.
in layers, enn bo
A well stocked grocery storo is adver
tised fur sale, ut a bargain. 3t.
Call on Jorgonsnn for cholco London
Adams' Dry Cornod Fish for salo at
See ndvortisemont of grocery stand for
Paul G. Schuh sells Rattlngor'a
Edam nnd Sap Gago cheese at Jorgen-
Rte and oat meal at JorglBIVn'
AHKIVKl) AND DEl'AKTEIt.
Hleamer. Where from. Where lo.
,1ns. Fisk, jr Paducnh.. Pnducah.
Illinois uoiumuus uoiuniDui.
Toxns N. Orloans
Knto Robinson. .. Cincinnati St. LouU.
Clins. lloi!iiiiitin..Cinclnnntl N. Orleans, f
St. Joseph St. Loui Memphis.
aaino nt. i.ouis
Mnrln I ,.!. 1nl.v n N. OrlftAtli
Nlghtlncalo Cincinnati Ark. rlvor.
eo si. I.ouis
tO.VDITloN OK THE KIVEIIH.
Hero tho river has rlien four Inches dur-
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iiiu mu nam iwcmv-ioiir noun. iiiu..
" " mwvm nut mtt unit lb iiij v
u,j ,)nt tho rWcr t Mt . u
f.ni,,., i r, ,t..
falling again in n few days.
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At Evansvillo tho river is falling fast.
At Loulsvillo it Is still falling, with five
feet two inches in tho canal.
Thero Is nlno fcot thrco inches in the
channel at Cincinnati and tho river rising
Tho Monongaholn is again rising, but It
will bo of very short durntlon.
The Cumberlnnd Is rising, with twenty-
thrco Inches on Harpeth shoals.
ritt... A .1 . . - . 1 . .1 1 1 . . .1
1 iiu ivrKniiPiis I'uiuuiuca iu ui-umiju b m
rapid rale, and tho channel will be trouble-
sonic In a few days.
The Mississippi is falling from St. Paul
to St. Louis, and navigation is no doubt
suspended bv this time on account of a
general freeze-up, which will not be very
hard to do while it Is so very low.
By dispatches from St. Louis, stopping
all tho St. Louis nnd Memphis packet com
pany's ftenmers here, wo infer that l.oavy
Ice is running below there.
Tho Missouri and Illinois are frozeu
WEATIir.lt AND ltl'SINESS.
.. . ...
coldest of tho teason.
It.i.tnA.. nn Ibft lnmllni, IV lit itllnnUid
all the boats arriving and departing had
During tho past three dayi
thero has been mora arrivals than during
any threo days sinco the war.
ITEMS or CAROO.
Tho Quickstep came In with 288 pkgs.
furniture, 301 tmpty lard tierces, C03 bbla
potatoes, 8" bbls. whisky and 60 bales hay.
The Baker had 861 bbls. flour, St bbls.
whisky, 10 sacks bran anu n lot ol u. u.
The St. Joseph disclurged 10 bbls. cider,
8 kegs beer, 05 bills, paper, '1 sewing ma
chines and a lot sundries.
The Alice put off 140 bales cotton for
Tho Nashvlllo rcshlpped 00 tons south
The Fisk had 12 bales cotton, 103 boxeA
handles, 38 Wis. wagon bods, 200 wheel
harrows, oC bills, spokes and 99 bdl. felloes.
MISCELLANEOUS AND GENERAL ITEMS.
The Sallie was raised and towed into
port yesterday morning. Tho snag iho
did not miko any hole but smashexl
her hull considerable, causing her lo tako
in a irood deal of water A considerable
portion of tho freight that was in the
hold is damaged. Sho Is now putting all
her drv froicht on a barcc n'tid will 20 to
Mound City for repairs.
Tho Nashville did not extend her trip
any further thin here. Sho reshipped her
trip which consisted of about 400 tons as
sorted freight on tho John Kyle.
The Maria Louise is a new sternwbeel
boat built for tho Now Orleans and Red
river trade. Sho grounded at tho mouth
of tho Ohio as sho left, and was detained
a couplo of hours.
Tho Nightingalo passed down for Ar
kansas river towing a barge, both herself
and bargo being won loaded.
The Beo canto down with four barges,
which sho turned over to tho Crescent
City. She left one bargo aground at Pow
er's island and the Kollogg went up
Tho Fannio Brandeis has at last arrived
at n determination to do something, and
that Is to lay up for tho present.
Tho Bodmannhad tho best trip that has
como out of tho Ohio this season. She had
a number of families who aro going to
Texns to locnto.
Tho John Howard is n large sternwheel
boat, built for tho Arkansas river trade,
and will carry about 000 tons when loaded
As sho was making a landing the wind
caught and blew her ngainst the Nash
ville, breaking several of tho latter boat's
The Alico has discharged her crow and
laid up until tho river becomes clear of Ice..
Tho St. Joseph reported heavy icoabovo
Grand Tower so heavy, In fact, that an
up-strcam boat would havo n hard timo
running through it.
Tho Eckort was just ono hour raising
tho Sallie nfter she had hor pump in posi
tion. Capt. Scudder, of St. Louis, was in town
Tho Andy Johnson, recently sunk abovo
Hannibal, lias been raised and is on br
way to St. Louis.
Tho Kollogg wont up the Mississippi
until sho met tho Bee, when sho roturnod
with a part of tho latter's tow.
Captain J. II. McKec, now tnastor of tha
Colorado, will have command of the City
of Holena. Will.'T. Power will presld.
ln tho office
City Nntlonnl IUbIi Bttlldlsssy.
fta-Speclal attention paid to orders from iteim
boats nlnht or day.-Wl
HIDES! FURS !! PELTS! II
Have opened a Hide Blow In Thornton's Block
Tenth street, where the highest cash price will
be paid for Hides, Bheep Pelta, Furs and Tal
low. Wo will pay higher prices thau was ever ba-
foro paid for the same articles la this city.
Como aad see us,
ocietf BURNETT CM