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"'"" u.n d,l, - -..ll.p.m,
w.n.rfaiir 8:30 a.n..
KipreM, dally, except Sunday n:aoj..m.
VthrjeofcrtfromCmroio fcl. Louie.
rhtnf efr from Olr lo U'ilcBo. Mt
r.elog Koo'n lpn c" en night Ir.ma.
(! chfctfJ Important twlnle.
CAIHO AND MOUND CITY
. hTEASI Tl'fl,
Will make three trips dally.
LPAVISO MOt XD CITT
At f:30 R.tn,
At 1:30 p mi
At r .p.m.
A I -
r.wMch ay, ' Pen"! n tltlceia for wj.
Will Uk . "h" hHM, nr pot
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
ur.rklr racket for tAtncnli. Kvansvlll nd Lou
Mille, the favorite etea.ner,
T. O. IlYMASf.MisMrr.
raves Cairo every SATUOUAY at 5 o'clock p.m.
lor freighter wr. "Pl'ly on board or to
JAM. MUCIN, Aft't.
CAIHO AND PADUCAH
91 A I Ij no at.
Tin splendid steamer
Jac Fouler, Mnoter.
n 'iVIIiY, UmWys excepted) at 4
tV Irsirhtor pim annli onhoardor
JAM. I11UUM, AtM.
VOlt SALE, ) For gale i FOR SALK,
FOR SALE. J ForBa'o 1 FOR SALE.
Fare from LiVKitrooL,
Fare from Lokdcndkrrt
Faro from Gusaovr,
Faro from Queknstown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: 4 8
Sallor.l, .Morrii k Ca
l.ixtrpool NtwYo.k and Phllad.lphia
.nil coxtiict w.tn value iTiTtaaae imu
Fsr.CarryinK the Mailt.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
on ri'tiHia .arotHtTioN
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
14 Ilroadnay, New-York, orlo
II. II o up t ,
Washington Avenue, Cairn. nois. 51
7ANTKD-a5 Ti:M5-To ork on the C.lrn
nail St. I.oula rAllrii.id. Apily onlhework
wu hiiii: lurin mwnor ni i;niirinutie nniei.
DAVIS i MT.ltWIN, Contractor
Not. 21, Ull.-dlw
10 it i:i:. r.
The Commercial Jlolel v-ill he rcntod on favor
aljletrrmt l'oelon sit e limnedittely. An.
ply to (odiitl) C. WINSTON.
The l.rze anil qommodlnii
itnnled un Kichth betviecn Walnut
inlon (oppo.tethe I'reab) If rlan Cliurcli) ii for
Ml ror ierin. eic, anpiy 10
TilOJIAi-, (!I!Ei:.N-& AI.DE.V,
oct2Glf Ohio l.eveo, Cairo, Ilia.
A ineetini; of the M'K'kholder of the Cairo and
Vlncenne railroad compiny will be hehl it the
cffv-n of the company In Cairn, Illinois, on Sat
urday. Iiecemlx-r 9, leTl, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for
Ibe puriioneut ratifrine the action of the board
cl uirevtor.. D. It. I.AKNKI),
Secrelarj nd Treaaurer.
Cairo, November i. Ml.
GH'NSY HAGS YOR SALE.-WehKe i,.,t re
I cled direct Iri'lti lt,e imp rtern a lariiecrin
"igntnent nfOiinny Ha', which vieotler at lonest
m.ilct price.. IIAJ.UMY IIKD''.
t'Airo, .SoTemlr21, Ml. ulu
Tie Ilhnoii Central Hoa I Compiny now
"nrfornlethefolloinifde.cribed Ion in Kin
Addition to ih Cliv of Cairo, vu :
i.M V7 blvk ). ' I mi 21 block H.
H ' '.'11, j 11 1,,
4 nt 1,
i " 31 Hi,
3 " H. ' 3! Hi,
Kir term., appl o lAMKri JOIJNJON,
A HHOi EI1V r-TNl, hhi, lull mock of liro-V-r."""i
V1''"-" ""ii'ed en on W4.hlu.rt0n
Ii ' !!'.? ,ln,nS Kv l bu.ini .. Appl) at the
WILLIAM irwTlfll, M. D.
IICSILESCK-No. 21 Thirii-enlh .Irerl, I,
TrtT ' i".4 . "h"l"nieiiueand W.lnut alreM
t'-it 'iirnnen ial Mvenue. up Mairi.
C W. DI'NNING. M. I).
H,l;.H",rne,rN"llh Wiln.lt ata.
.. hnnTC 'P:T1" ""eel and Ohio leve.
i.J..hour-lromr, a.m. lo u m . and 9 i.m
A''I'K.V, MULKHY fc WHEEL EH
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William I ii . 1
Biir.lty iVu.mV..'"""00 f"IJ river and ad.
n..k, Ohio ,,...
GHEEN k GILBERT,
COUNSELUUS AT LAW
W.lli.wll. een, 1 A V '
w.U.am It flllherl, i'im iiiicmu
Mlln r.liilb,,,, 'J '). ILLINOIS.
orrici-ciuo lrvke, koous 7 akd 8 oye
1 JiATIONAJ. BAKK.
label lo Hie mammotl. nIUai card or
10 1 hem. Alt. al U...I
which leave will, our bu.fuT.. V,..'11''1 ml 1J" ic
efur arudlug Uielr vioiV " L! V "V"'!"-
FurtmScguln mackcrclon liaml at J(
JWU"SL. rUJJHb dfiWTjUi
J OR PRINTING
m.nt... LVuJof'i'!'1" "
and have uiiwbi.V(,,. ,r rol ' riutina ivrek.
In the Boulh ,i w,, ,W''npli-l lolcthrei
that t ier !-. 'Vi,,l , 'nelii
promptly, in th u.i " '!' 'umiiiK oul
lMateof Ilfory llarrla.deoeasod.
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attend for.hc itiirpoiie id having th a.nc ad-
luaipd. II pcreons linlebled lo nalil eMiite ate
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J)if.. ililn nrt iiar o. iicfcniiiT, a. w. ih.
AU0U8TA IIAItKIS, Kxfcillrlx.
mil Ohio f.vtcr, i. cur Mono Hrpot,
J. D ZASONK, lMtUPKI BTOH,
on hand llilllmnm an I Mnlnl
Oyaicrs, which he will t
uUil to f T1 I'i III'1 ens
tomtra in the hcttfiyle. f.
n ANM.'AI CONCI.AVK rUll TUK MiKU'
TitIN OK OKKICERi flio rcgnlrfr an.
iiilal conclaro of ualro Co.nnmndcry No.
la lit KnlRllla 1 .np!ra will be liald In the Ryltim
In the city ol Cairo, Ilia., on thla (Satunlny) erm-
( ..fll IB?, .1 fln'nnb .hnMtl
Polnurnlns Sir ICnlghta are cnurlco.uly Inrlttd
'nblUI.nl pvcry mornluif, Mondny .
Probnle court ndjourned nnr die '''
Nkw nliii8ntl, rooimniita and peenns
J. D. Zanonc, near the. tonu depot,
forvos U.tltimore nnd MohUe oysters in
flno stylo. Try lilm.
An oyster supper, nt llio Presbyterian
church, will bo the nttruction on Thurs
day cvonlng of next wcok.
If you want to cat tlio finest and cheap
est venison in tho city go to Jack Vintor '.
Ho cart supply just such venison.
The Ladici' Clinritablo Association
will eociablo nt tho residenco of Mrs.
Thomas Ellis, Monday night, next.
Tho Illinois Central stock yards nro
crowded with horses nnd hogs the
horRci going South and the hogs North.
Tho raffle for the old Hibernian en
gine houso will lake place to-night nt tho
new cnglno houso. Re on hand, every
body. A Ono black mare, n good spring wag
on, and n sot of now harness, for sale cheap
for cash. Enquire at J. uurgors, m
At tho old fort aro n largo number of
marble stabs, placed there probably pro
punitory to tho erection of our proposed
marble block of buildings.
Tho box factory is putting In n patent
dry kiln. It is an nstonlshtng kiln of its
kind. It could make dryor than they
nro tho speeches of Gcnoral Grant.
On thanksgiving day, ono of our
bourdlng houso keepers treated hi. or her
boarders to turkey stuffed with whisky
Tho etuiling was particularly relished
T10 ico Is running down t10 Mlaite
sippi. From the luvee tho white lino that
marki its course can bo distinctly seen.
There is not, however, a picco of ico as
large as 11 man's hnml in our harbor.
Persons who wish to have hair und
other kind of jewelry manufactured for
holiday gift6, aro requested to hand in
their orders ns soon its possible to Iiudcr
Jlrothurb, corner ot Washington avenuo
and Eighth street.
party of happy young people twirl
ed their happy toes nt St. Charles on
thanksgiving night. Mr. Fulton, the
younger, was tho controling spirit, dno
party was evoked by his magic hand.
That clergy follow who don't like us
declared in it late sermon that ho would
civo us "boot." Did tho ungainly wretch
mean that ho would kick us ? Yo shall
ron Wud oursclf, so that tho kick cannot
Holiday goods fur tho million. Tho
best assortment of Fancy Goods, Toys and
Notions in the city can ho found at tho
Wheeler i.iul "'iloti and Piano Agency
ofC. C. Carson, Commercial nvonue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets, Cairo, 111.
Died, at 0 o'clock p.m., yesterday,
.awrenco G. IJurk, brother of Mr. Patrick
Ilurk, of this city. Tliu funeral of tho do-
ccn'wl will tiiko place today at - o'clock
,m. Thu train will leave (the loot of
Eighth street promptly at tin. time stated.
All friends invited to nttcr.d.
Tuber llrothcrs nrn constantly re
ceiving new gods not in the lino of their
own manufacture, such n optical goods of
11 kinds, 11 no gold and silver headed
canes, music iKixes of all kinds, tor music
boxes for children, something new and
very attractive. Silver plate cheaper than
eTcr, Ac, Arc. tf.
Want a houo for Nothing,
Tho Hibernian engine houso
Great inducements to nny one willi
ng to buy a tlrst-elabs piano or organ.
E. A: "W. lludor oil'ot their entire stock in
the piano and organ line at tho actual
ton of the instruments. Thoy aro desir
ous of closing out tho stock so that they
ay uo me room lor jowciry manulactur
The ladles of tho Episcopal church
propose to treat the children of their Sun-day-school
to a splendid Christmas tree,
and ate canvassing the parents and frionds
of the children for cab. Two of tho young
lady canvassers were refused by one of tho
elih beaux of tho city, and uro very indlg
nant. They arc. in fnet. fnrir.iic
An unknown man from an unknown
place in nn unknown manner, fell from
iniiips wliari boat yesterday, and in an
ununown way cscunod drownlm?. When
nis unknown raieuer drew him ilrlnnltw.
t .. . -------- -- ------ -..,-,....
"ii me river, lie tvtt just in tho net of
"OHlng tho lino into that unknown
country from whoso Umrne, etc.
vern pmenU-i ye.terdny with
fniir mule r-lcne I. iiRln teen appointed ex
I rm, V or l ife Ift't ll llral 01 H"'
, ii., l. uiVo Hi" "'in-.v of Alejand-.. M
ol llhno a. ed, Ii rcby gte. n ..Ice that . ho
wl'lipi! lTf..felli" iiou.it court nf lti i
cm utl'. at the court l.nuM In Cairo, III., al the
S iry icrni. n the third Monday Ii. J.inifry
i Mhir-ri mn n rfron hitihk i-miun
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1871,
a mammoth turnip. Tho presenter was
named Tom "Winter. Ho raised it him
selffrom Louis Jorgcnson's floor, nnd
walked oil" with it "on his ear," It meas
are3 seventeen inches around. It took n
smnll boy longer l'o go around It than to
go around a small hodsc.
One of our colored preachers re
marked, in a late sermon, that ho desired
tolmpris 1. certain important fact on his
congregation. "L have members, '' ho
said, "of this hero church, who can pray
as loud ns I enn, nnd shout ns loud as I
can, bill, beloved brethren, them nlggors
will go around nnd around and Ho and
steal bacon, jut like ordinary sinnors I
This is wrong."
Tho Ruder UrolheN, corner Eighth
street and Washington nvenue, havo re
ceived a bran-new lot of the latest-styled
breast-pins, car-rings, finger rings, brae
lots, watcher, clocks, etc., wild inlto tho
public to cnll nnd Inspect tho slock. They
are also agents for tho Davis' sowing ma
chine, Rurdctt organs nnd St. Louis pianos,
and offer to tho public tho best bargains to
bo obtained at any placo in Southern Ill
inois. The. SWine 6'oitnfy Register, of tho 29th
of November, says : Rumors in regard to
the Cairo & Vinconncsa Railroad nro
again in order, the latest wo havo heard
being that tho engineers arc coming down
tho line nnd aro about to chnngo It so that
it will cross the St. L. &S-e. between "VY.
D. CJnry's and Eldorado. Gen. Jlurnsldo
tarts from New York to London to-day,
nd expects to be nblo to tolegrnph to tho
lock-holders' meeting at Cairo, Dec. Otht
thnt his negotiations for money to build
tho road nro flnnlly closed.
AVo hnvo no hesitation In recommend-
ng 'William Ehlcrs, boot nnd shoo maker,
ns worthy of most liberal pntronngo. Wo
now whereof wo speak when we say his
work is dono in n masterly manner nt the
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of stock, nnd ho ennnot bo cxcollcd in
tho dcllcato task of making nn exact fit.
Glvo him n call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue and
Poplar streot, nearly opposito tho court
house, nnd wo will guarantee satisfaction.
-Tho young ladies of this city are in a
fever of delight. They nro sure that two
membors of Princo Alexis' staff, n count
and n gentleman not a count, were nt tho
St. Charles hotel thanksgiving party.
They know this is true, because tho count
was named GlrstvxofT, had white eyes and
white eyebrows, parted his whlto hair in
tho middlo, nnd looked like n Russian. Of
course all counts part their hair In tho
middle, and persons who nro no a-count
don't. Resides, it roust be clear to every
ono that whito oyes nnd eyebrows nro con
cluslvo proofs that thoir ownor Is of the no
bility of Russia nnd of tho rank of count.
On Saturday, tho 30lh day of Dcccm-
bor, I will sell at public auction tho fol
lowing property, left on my whnrfbont
3 boxes glass,
1 gas machine,
1 box tinware,
0 boxes merchandise,
1 box glassware,
7 bundles saddlc-trcc.
1 lot beer kegs,
1 lot felloes,
dlt. J. M. Phillips.
Tho merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Lchning & Kobler, on tho south sido of
Eighth street between "Washington and
Commercial avenues, opposito Hanny's
dr3'-goods store, has been open only u fow
weeks and already theso gentlcmo nrc ob
taining n fair sharo of tho pntronago
of tho public. They aro both practical
men first-class mechanics and aro will
ing to guaranteo satisfactory work. They
keen on hand always a full lino of piece
goods, to which thoy direct tho attention
of all who wish to havo mado clothes
thnt nro wortli the money paid for them.
Clenning and repairing dono neatly at
A now lire company has been organ
ized in the Fourth ward. At n meeting
of tho citizens of that ward, held on
Wednesday night last, tho organization
was perfected by adopting the name of
tho Delta City Firo Company, No. 1, nnd
tho election of tho following officers :
M. II, Hnrroll, President;
M. .1. MeGiiuley, Secretary;
F. M. Warren, Georgo Ruining, and
James Kyunslon, Directors.
Tho company commences with twenty
eight members. Tho next meeting will be
held in Warren's tin ahop next Monday
night, December Ith, when the balance of
the olllcers will be elected.
It Is true that Rlnnkenburg's Excel
sior saloon Is now oiu of the institutions
of tho city. All drinkers who liko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
etc. go to tho Excelsior sloon,'which is
fitted up in splendid stylo. Rlankonburg
who knows how to keep k saloon, spreads
a fine free lunch ovory morning and eve
ning, nnd, uk ho forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." Ho
has employed tho services of n first-rate
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in ono end of the saloon
ipoak out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. Tho best order in maintained,
and nil improper characters suppressed
with neatnoss, clioapnoss and dispatch. Ev
erybody knowH that the Excelsior stloon
is at the corner of Wnshington avenuo and
-It is true that that the best whisky,
wino, and such liquids, in the
city are to bo obtained ut Fitzger
ald's sample room, corner of Commercial
avenuo nnd Fourteenth street. Lawyers
who drink Pat's whisky always obtain a
retainer within five minutes after each
drink, and become virtuous; ministers
who drink his wlno nnd whisky, grow in
gruce nnd becomo happy j doctors who
sample his liquors "all round," aro cer
tain to procure- a putlent who bus inonoy
nnd thu disposition to pay for prescrip
tions, und becomo good citizens ; nnd
editors who take u drop or two procure
patrona who pay cash, and become drunk
editors nitiZ patrons, Toinpeianco men
aro especially urged to patronize Pat. Ho
uaa a pocunar Kinu 01 wmsky mat makes
a mat. feci koivI. ilruuV nnd nil thnt. tint It
leaves no odor 011 tho breath, nn2 tv.o men 1
who drinks it can get outt'f f ii; r.'rt 1'
without being vislblo to inurthl vls!".i. TIu' :ot: ' mm in ;..nf tctslon last
Wonro not superstltl. but u n:o t "'jhi . I'li-lii,,, '-., i.ur.i.ean was trnns
ntonishlng Incident nn ir.c-dcti'- purl' t- a-: '"' Lul ' ''isiuei of cf.ieoiil interest.
Ingofthosupcrnatural-irol- placo Incur c(lJ- Wl, .. ,; llog rnj
experience on thanks-iving de Lout, vc tl,r(ii .;ll-,.Vi,1,u, ib'..!v-tlve. Thov
Herbert, who Is n kind pone.., .ri.v. us a , , V(J b.L,,, Mm.rill,v fnipotnu'.J, nnd unles's
can of oysters, and wo ,ut t'.em it no. , t, oVae , ,hvM ,)(J jhj fur
The cook prcpnrcd . for tlu tubl', nid
placed them befo.'u tin h'liigi'y pjojio
gathered about it. Just as wo Weru ii. tho
net of raising n lino plump follow of nn
oyster in our spoon, ho skipped out nnd
walked up on to the side of tho dish nnd
snid: "Gentleman, wo nro a llttlo of the
best oysters you over cat. Wo challenge.
comparison. Look nt us nnd taste us,
and bo convinced. Wo nro bettor thnn
nny others in tho city." Just nt thnt mo
ment, an oyster out of a dish of Tom Win
ter's Maltby's raised his head out of tho
soup, and said in nn angry tono : "You're
a liar; wo'ro the best." At that moment
ho wont down tho throat of our t-is a vis
and ours imitated his example. This put
an end to the quarrel, but luft tho quostion
of quality undetermined.
R. F. Taylor will lecture in tho
Athcneum on Thursday night, Dec. th,
under tho nusplccs of the Young Men's
Judgo Green ennnot bo forgiven. Ho
should havo 1st up on tho man and it
brother who murdered somebody In
Mound City, nnd is lo bo hung for it. To
hang n nigger or maku mouths at him is
now high treason against tho govern
ment. 3Ir. John Glon, n gentleman who
has been unfortunnto in life, was ndmittcd
yesterday into tho poor houso. Thero nro
other gentlemen nnd Indies, nlso of tho un
fortunnto Indigent class, who aro beseiging
Judgo Hross for bed nnd board at the cx
penso of tho county.
Tho Rov. Mr. Shores is prospering in
his ministry. Ho is drawing into tho fold
many strayed sheep. His house of worship
Is one of tho neatest occupied by any color
ed congregation In the state, nnd was
erected by his untiring energy. And yet
Davis, of tho Sun, is down on him I
Mr. Martin Smyth, brother of Bernard
and Robert, has icturned to Cairo from
Ireland. He, like all other porsons who
have once visited Cairo, could not remain
away long. Even Ireland had not attrac
tions strong enough to hold Smyth away
from Cairo. He is welcome back.
Mr. Robbins, who dished up tho very
satisfactory operatta, hns roturned lo Chi
cago, no will bo back again and will be
gin tho rehearsal of something to bo pre
sented to tho public nt some timo for
somo purpose. On this subject, ns will be
readily perceived, our information is more
gcnoral than special.
George, the fourth ward barber, is
succeeding beyond expectation. His busi
ness has increased so rapidly that ho has
been compelled to employ an asiistant,
which he hns found in one of tho most
skilful barbers In Cairo. Everybody,
therefore, can now patrnnlzo George's
shop, assured that they will be servod
;ironll,y, (fin)j-, nn Jn tlio )n';)i,t l.vl
of the tonsorial art. Shop, cornur of com
mercial avenue nnd eleventh street.
Tho following were tho arrivals nt the
Dolmonico Hotel, Wm. Winter, proprie
tor, since last reported to nine o'clock
p m., December 1st, 1971: J. f. Willis,
Metropolis, Illinois; Erzn Harrison, Mis
souri; S. H. Watson, Ashley, Illinois,
Chus Jones, J. W. liodker, Cincinnati,
Ohio; Alex. Hard, Nashville, Tennessee;
George Edl, Ullin, Illinois; J. Hynes,
Missouri; Allen Sharp, Kentucky; W. C.
Jones, Tonncssee; Thomas J. Mcshow,
Columbus, Kentucky ; James C. Canida,
Delaware, Indinnn j Daniel Weaver,
Evansvillo, Indiana; Robert Forsyth,
Chicago, Illinois ; Mrs. Susan Harris, Co
lumbus, Mississippi; W. Do Holt, St.
Louis, Msssouri; L. De Rrulcr, Eyans
ville, Indiana; R. AV. Houicd, St.
Louis, Missouri; A. F. Grigs
ley, and ludy, Charleston, Missouri;
J. A. Gilmore, Charleston, Mo.; A Mo
isenhcimer, Dongola, 111.; Miss M. E.
Lewis, Honzonia, Mich.; J. M. Stono, Me
tropolis 111,; H. R. Rrowstcr, Centralia,
III.; Wm. H. Sandusky, Mound City;
Louis Schmlth, Lawrencuburg, I ml.; R.
M. Shclton, Illandvllle, Ky.; L. F. Mar
shall, Illandville, Ky.; Ed. W. llorr,
Rlandville, Ky.; Thos. Domuly, St. Louis,
Mo.; R. P. Ronton, St. Louis, Mo.; Leon
Rarrett, C. II. Hays anJ John Cury, Cin
cinnati, Ohio; Smith Torrence, City; J.
Dafete Cincinnati Ohio; H. 0. Hazlep,
St. LouU, Mo.; Win. A. D.tvls, St. Paul,
Mln.; R. Peters, Memphis, Tenn.; G. P.
Miller, City; Win. Forthan, Uirmiingham,
Ky.; Frank. AV. Lamb, Tiptonvlllo,
Lost ubout noon on Saturday, No
vember -Ml), within two blocks of the
post ofllce, a LADY'S FUR MUFF.
Tho finder will bo well rewarded by leav
ing tho saino with Loflln, at the post office,
on at Dr. AVardncr'.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
An elegant set of new Single Harness,
Apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
nov303t Stone Depot.
Maiiiuacik Guide. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 2'J1 pages. Price
CO cents. Address Dr. Rutts' Dispensary'
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis
Mo. Seo Advertisement. tf
Connuiiial Felicity. Nothing tonds
more to connubial happiness than
cheerful and healthy infants and children.
Mrs. AVhltcomb's Syrup is the great chil
dren's soothing remedy.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery will not ralio the dead, but It will
benefit and euro the living. For all severe
Couuhs. Throat and 11
im, uvor i,(,un Cf,Uftled
I . , ..... ,5
Myers du.,! t'.o s;fl Impcnchtncnt
that ho wishes to seat himself in tho police
niagitrnto's chair now occupied by Judgo
Iiross. Ho threatens nnolher libel suit
against Tiik IIuli.kti.v.
Tho sidewalk on Poplar street, be
tween Twelfth nnd Thirteenth street is In
n very doplornblo condition. Every two
or thrco lcet 11 plunk is out. Necks nnd
legs, bo careful I
Mayor Lansden, it is whlspored, will
not bo a candidato for mayor at tho en
suing municipal election. His admlnstra
tlon thus far has been signally successful,
and has won tho npplauso of all citizens
who haven't soru heads or brainless skulls.
Holmes nnd Shcchan sent to tho
council last night n report which proves
them to bo good officers. During No
vember they made cightv-ciglit arrests,
nnd hnd linos nscsscd to tho amount of
$574, of which amount $210 wcr3 paid In
ensh, and go into tho city treasury. Pris
oners, unnblo to pay fines wcro sent to tho
calabooso ono hundred and flfty-ono days.
Shcchan has not been on tho forso since
tho 14th of last mon' ii, or tho number of
nrrets would hnvo been considerably
larger. It is not doing too much to give
theso officers especial commendation.
They nnd the Chief -Myers, and Constable
Arnold made nearly all tho arrests that
wcro mado last month. Tho other officers
have, wo presume, been diligent, but their
beats, probably, are in portions of tho city
whero the services of polico otllccrs nre
not much needed.
IKrom the Cairo Evening Huti.)
Dr. J. White. AVo are glad to learn
that Dr. J. AVhlto is receiving calls for his
advico nnd remedies which bid fair to re
tain him in Cairo all winter. Dr. AVhito's
skill in so promptly detecting, ns ho does,
every nilmcnt nnd tho truo condition of
tho entire body of tho sufferer is often tho
wonder of tho sufferer himself, and every
one who witnesses tho cures.
Persons careless or indifferent to this
opportunity for restoration to health may,
regret their neglect for tho balance of
thcvrtteeil AVo adviso the early call of
diseased on Dr. White, with confident ex
pectation of permanent relief.
His rooms aro at the Southern hotel,
Ohio lovco. nov"-lm
All persons desiring to becomo mem
bcrs of n class to bo instructed in piano
and vocal music by Signor Farini, who
proposes to establish in this city nconser-
vatory of music, will pleaso give notice of
the fact at Herman Meyers cigar store,
Ohio lovco, to Paul Schuh, druggist, Com
mercil nvenue, or J. Schlcsingcr, artist
corner Eighth street and tho lovee.
tho Ruder llrothcrs.
Tho manufacture of
Hair Jewelry for Holiday Gifts
mado a specialty.
Notick. Tho best entertainment in
tho city is nt tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
and restaurant. Tiio best music that can
bo had violin nnd piano. Good lunch
every morning and night. All of the
finest brands of cigars, and tho best St
Louis lager beor, always fresh nnd nice.
Give us a cnll.
ItAiutr AValkku, Proprietor,
AVliere are you going? To tho place
number C3, Ohio levee, where they keep
the best fresh oysters, fish and game, anJ
the finest wines, liquors and cigars to hi
found in tho city. Open at all hours, day
or night. J. E. Paiiks
Tnbor llrothcrs nro prcparod to man
ufucturo any pattern of jewelry to order
lo suit tho parties and thu purse. All
kinds of rings, seal, chased nnd plain, to
fit the finger and the purse. tf.
Iliticrc Stojv von Rent. The brie
storo, No. 7ft )liio Levee, now occupied
by F. M tockfleth, Esq., is offered foi
rent, nn ll bo vacant on tho 18th inst
Apply to J.so. R. Piiillis.
Sleepino Rooms yon Rent. Ton
well ventilated sleeping rooms in CityNa'
tionnl Rank building. Apply to
At City National Rank.
Paklou Entkktainmknt. Tho ladies
of tho Episcopal Church will give the first
of u series of Parlor Entertainments nt
the residenco of Win. II. Gilbort, Esq., on
Tuesday noxt, Dec. Cth. All ate cor
dially Invited to attend.
FuiiNiTUitK. On Monday tho Eicholl'
Brothers sold 116 bed-steads, and yesterday
CO, besides receiving nn order Jor COO from
Memphis. Tho business of tho brothers
is increasing rapidly.
Fresh Lako Michigan fish, consisting of
trout and white fish, can be procured every
day nt Jack AVIntur's grocory. adjoining
tho hardware store, fur the trilling sum of
ten cants per pound.
Just Reckiykd. AV. AV. Thornton
Tenth street between Commercial avenue
and Poplar street, hns just received and in
toro 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows und
Foil good photographs, porcelain pic
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call or
Thomas, No. 124 Commercial avenuo. H
a a good workmnn. Glvo him it trial.
Foil Sale. A cottage on 12th stroot
containing 7 rooms, cistorn and out
houses complete. Apply to
AV. AV. Thornton,
Edam and, Sap Gago ebeeso at Jorgeu-
AltlltVKli AM. DKPAltTKD,
Hle.ilncr. Wlo,.in,Hi tui ...
,Tli9. Filk, lr Pudlicnh Vinlii.l,'
llUnoU.. Columbus Columbus.
Idlowild Evansvillo Evansvillo
Ada Hellmai Evansvillo McmnliU.
an til 11 llrnudels Momohti.
Grand Tower Memphis
it. J',. DcKusioy South.
Pnimotto L.'.Oincllinnti ....N. Orleans
Sallio Md. City.
Atlantic N. Orleans
W. H.Urown Louisville
IIIVEIIS AND THEIR CONUITIO.V.
The river nt this point is falling again,
nnd n rapid dcclino may bo looked for, as
tho Into rlo has run out.
Tho Mississippi is steadily falling, and
is tilled with heavy floating tee which has
closed navigation in that rivercarllor this
season than has boen known for several
winters, and the prospects aro good for It
remaining closed for several months
Roats bound for St. Louis give up the
ghost and hunt their holes when they arrive
here. Heavy floating Ico began pnsslng
down tho Mississippi early Thursday
morning. St. Louts may as well now call
herself nn inlnnd town and bo dona with
it, for it is as plain ns tho nose on n man's
face that she Is played out for this winter
At Pittsburg tho river is still running
very low, and fears nro entertained that
the cold weather w,lll close the Alleghany
AtGallipolls tho river is rising very
fast, supposed to bo from the Kanawha
At Louisville the rivor still fulls with
four feet eight inches in the canal. There
is three feet down tho pass at Now Albany,
At Evansvillo the river is falling rapidly
with six feet out to this post.
Cumberland river is rising yot with
twenty-five inches on Harpcth shoals.
WKATH Kit AND JIU8 1 '..
Tho sun shono brightly during tho day
but as thu wind came from tho northwest
it wns rather cold.
The levee did not present ns lively nn
appearance yesterday ns It has for tho last
fow dnys yet business was very good.
ITEMS 01' CAROOKS.
Tho Idlewlld had 10 doz. chairs, 428
bbls. potatoes, OC'J sacks cum, 32,225 hoop
Tho Grand Tower brought 1C8 bales cot
ton for tho East and 237 bales cotton for
St. Louis, which goes by rail.
Tho Illinois had CO bale cotton.
Thu Fisk had 12 bbls. whiskey, 10,000
stoves, 16 bcjl spokos nnd o4 hell handles.
Tho Ilrown came in with n large tow ol
MISCELLANEOUS AND OENEItAL 1TKM S.
Tho Dexter is hard aground directly in
the channel nt Dog Tooth, and tho ico is
running so heavy that she is in danger of
being injured. A messenger was
patched to this port and got tho Ecktrt
to go up and lighten her oil".
Tho City of Vicksburg Is laying at tho
bank above Dog Tooth, unable, to como
down because sho is drawing too much
water. Thu Colorado went up to her yes
terday nnd took off 150 tons which alio
brought to this pluce, and roturned again
for another loud, when it is thought that
tho A'icksburg will bo light enough to get
Tho Crescent City went down the Mills
sippi ten miles when she met tho Atlun.
tic and brges and helped her to this port.
The Kato Robinson and tow boat A'alid
witli two barges started to St. Louis, but
both hnd to return on account of the heavy
The AVarner cutno down from Cincin
nati with two barges containing 1200 tons
and made soma additions here.
Tho Hello Memphis now ovor duo
layini; above Powers' Island, unable to
come through on account of a tow-boat
thought to bo the Heaver having u couple
of barges aground right in the channel.
Tho Rrandeisdid not lay up ns was re
ported, but began receiving freight for
McmphU, and left hut cveniDg with a fair
A nigger foil off thu wharf-boat into
the river yesterday and came near hand
ing in his checks. JI 0 was saved hy some
Tho Sallie left fur Mound City where
she will bo taken on the ways and her In
Thu snag boat Dallussey cleared for the
South, but as to hor destination wo were
unablo to learn.
Tho Illinois reported the ico as being
very heavy between here and Columbus,
but thinks there is no danger of its being
Ed. Thomas, late clerk of tho Rankin
has taken his old placo on the Idlewlld.
Cnpt J. A'. Tliroop has sold his interest
in the Mallio Ragou to his sou Georgtt
Tho AV. H. Rrown arrived with a big
ow of salt for tho place nnd St. LouU.
Tho following stoamors havo laid up
hero being ico bound: Grand Tower, Stt
Luko, Alice, Roo, S. N. Kellcgg, Atlantic
Kato Robinson and Silver Row.
Tho Cowen nnd Sampon were leaked
for last night with tows of coal.
Thu now Thompon Dean has ono of
Jircnufro and Go Chart's now patented
lifo boats which when sunk has a buoyency
of five thonsand pounds. AVhon It is cap
sized it will right itself and displace tho
wator in fifteen seconds.
There is 200,000 tons of iron ero In
Cumberland river to bo shlppod to Cin
cinnati. PHIL HOWARD,
City Kntlotinl liniik Bulltlluar.
jJSpeolal attention paid to orders Irom aieai.t
bants nUht or dav."tt
A desperate nnd tenacious cold can be
broken up nnd extorminatod by using
Harr's Pectoral Elixir.
AVkiuht's no plus ultra minced mea
prepared expressly for family use, nt Jor
Plain directions In Gorman and Eng-
Fouhd, That the choicest Gutter U
nt Jorgcnson's Stnplo and Fancy Grocery
OrRTKiw. Louis Herbert hnsnlwMon
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys
Invest one dollar in llarr's Pectoral
Ellxer.nnd stop that troublesome cough.
Go to Dr. McOauley for Rnttlnger'A Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to euro thu chilli.
Go and ico M. Jordan, tho pcopla'i
favorite, at Scott's hall, to-nlcht. 3t
Selkct Elcmo lies, in lavcrs, car W
found at Jorgcnson's.
A well stocked grocery storo is adYM
Used for sale, at a bargain. 3U
Call on Jorgonsen for choice London
Adams' Dry Corned Fish for sain at
See advertiscmont of grocery stand for
Paul G. Schuh sells Hattinger'i medi
Rth and oat meal at Jorgensen's
ik rriL iuit
AT nAKCLAYft' DRUO STOKK.
Fana .HrrrtT, IlaitT.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
all aiiDv ma na wivhocv ttocua
GRAPE f CATAWBA
miH 1 hi i.
lib ill or
IIKLHBOLD'S XEUICIlf Rl
VRKSH I ROM FIRST IIAXDS,
Alwava In a.ock In larue nunr.lv. and for ! t
TJT.TI TTt I .If ;
IExtra Fine Coloonkj
fG kn u 1 n e Imported Extracts;
erll air, Tooth and Nail Hrushxa
IffirlNDiA RunnKR Nurery Goo.
J3-A.23.Cxj .A. 3iT BBOS.I
PURE AVHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Heat gradaa In large atock and va
riety, very cheap;
Full Line ok Colors,
bit ai 11 on;
Taint limine., Linseed Oil,
WhltewahF J.haa Turpentine.
Varn'atui Etc. etc.,
all ai.ica aae ATAiniAaa jvitm
" HIDEs fTuirS 1 1 PELTS 1 1 1
BUENETT & CO
Have opened a Hide More la Thornton's Block
Tenth street, where the highest caih price wii
be paid for Hides, Sheep Pelts, Furs and Tat
1 jvr . We will pay higher pricea than waa ever be
fore paid for the same articles in this city.
Come and are ua,
CHARLES M. HOWE Jk CO.,
No. 64 Ohio Levee,
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
May he found at Hoed A Munn's from
ward, Any work in the
will receive prompt attention.
and a lie neral blackamllhlns business carried oil.