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(Mr) HIV, . Suiliy excepted) at
ui V'jr iHlihtur pi .in apolt on board or
jam. hi;;n, ab'i.
FOR SALE. ) ForSlc t FOR SALK,
I Fcr Sale 1
FOR SALE.) Kernel FOR SALE.
Fare from Liverpool,
Fare from Lo.vdcnderkt
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from Queenstown
CAIRO, :::::::: $1820
SaSord, Morrn A Ca
I.Hirpool .Vw.ruik and I'hiU.t Iphia
U UHI WITH CHITED HTlTuriMU tHIIIIU
fer CHrjms tun Mkii.
FOR PASSAQK TICKETS
oi rmrmi ixroimnos
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
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Ohio Lcvcb, Cairo, Ul.
STOUKUOJiDKH.S' .M KKTI.VC!.
A muling tiT Ihp t H'liliolJcr. ol i LUiru n.l
tlncranr rilril vompiny will lm ftflii t llif
eBcis of thecoiniuuy In Cairo, lllliinlp, on rt.it
urdtT, Itwtmln 'J, Ull, nl 10 o'clock, M.m., for
h pur)eol rntilyms ihe notion or tlio huarj
ofairtor. 1). II. I.AU.MKD,
. .. . f-tttct.uy nml Tioii.urrr.
Clro, Not:nl)crS, lbTI.
.l"",0'.'.0'," f1 .Ra'1.n'1 Compmy no
Addition to ih City of Cairo, li x
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rorurmi.tk. anplr to J.tMKS JOIIN-O .
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. J).
omeiliJi JT'',"''Ki awaur anil Wnlnm atrn. t.
0. W. DVSSISC, M. D.
icrnoun-fromt .m. to It m , and It n.in
ALLEN, MULKKY & WHKKLKJt
Jalin ll.iiivT' I
GREEN & GUaJEUT,
"i iamii. ten. T
S'11'" .Gilbert, i
KiTfU to Admualtr ami
IICI-OH10 LEVEE, M0MH 7 AXU 8 tlYKR
C'JT KAT10KAI, HANK.
to Hit liian.ioth inTi.!mw "f' r
u for ndlnjr lli-ir " lk !i i"? n Boid -i-
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will writ io
A victim of i-arlv m,ii1.rM.
d.Wlily, prow.,,. jl ' T'"'Ur"""
almpl. nieau. of a.lf-cur,, Vi.i'" fti""
free to his fellow. autlerer.
.fVaaaau slrrel, Wcw Tou,
'W'?t,v'r,CV;m. j i:w.j p m.
' "ii fei'l'j'.'-V ' A' -r-ri' -I' "'-
1L ."7?fV,l',rt'r fr!"1- norJIif.
.in1' '" l . - '
'"n ' niunv hats,
wS.V."a;i IU.L, and
In II,. Bouth and VVVa ,7 "! "'nMtte oloHi-ea'
that ther ladl, lV 11 ''", h:
aromptly, m tt, V,,,H, , J " 'urnini iii
nlru.lmi lo . ,'"'. " "' An. all an.i.
n x s
nu ricction ol u ir.iH.
Ity or.li rol tl.eT.I O. M.
W. II. Ktaari, Krcordrr,
IMiltllaliiHl every iiiornlii, Moudarfi.
County court continues to grind.
Go lo co tho Gilberts tn-nijjht at the
Tho Gilbert diatnatic troupe U nald to
be ono of tbu best traveling
Thcro nro seven prlsonors in tho cltr
jail, und twenty-live in the county lull.
'Pu ...... . ....
ma aveuuier iiene at. i.ouu uiscliarg-
edslx liundred buk-s of cotton at the stone
ueinemour imu tnu unhurt ai.teM
glvo their llrt entertiiiiimont at the Athen.
cum this evening.
TI i A iLuik.. 1 . li , it. ,
1 " mrpuunc win leave
tills port for Now Orlean. nn
veiling, I Oth imt, ut S o'clock.
-The engine h nne lately occupied by
the Ilihorniaii lire company, iiat been con-vurti-J
into a carpenter shop.
ICyiMston, the pojiular Fourth ward
butcher, lias on hand some of the finest
pork offered for tula in tho market.
-The tug Hero will leavo this port to
day with a tow of Largw lttlien with ,oco.
motives for th MempliU ami Little Rock
-Jlr.S. Walter, has purchased the pat
et right for a n.w window slido. It is
"id to he a very convenient at well as use
Tho number of steamboats laying up
here, waiting for an opening in thn Minsis
slppi river, is increasing every day.
Thalin ii making grand preporatlons
for tho performance next Sunday night.
he great play entitled "Lonore" will
be presented in all ju glory.
A Cairo uxnressman rhan.a.1 la
for conveying u passenger from Cairo
to Dogtooth bend, and itn dollars for con.
'ylng a passenger from one of the boats
"ground thcro to Cairo. If this is not ex
tortion, what is?
John Singleton, the deserter arrested
by Sheshan in the beginning of the week,
was turned over to tho officers of his com
a1ii,r ednu'Jy lglt. Singleten
lese t I? ,h J"? WSd thre Pl to
Mt.bm had always been caught.
-The rAte between Kynaston'a mare
and . mare owm,a by Mr. Stock well o
Du CJuoln, was r.on by the former, by a
diiHtnce of twentyfour f,et. Kyn.slon
tatne out of tho race two horse, and ..re
fal hundred dollars better off than U went
Thojio of our bmiuois men who desire
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
tondvortlio la the new Cairo directory
will plcme bund In tholr fTor.' t as curly
ft dH) m posflbli. Tlio cnnvititcn lmve
coinpU'tctl tlio ennvma of the city, rind are
now calling iijion tlio IiuhIihim men ol tlio
cly for iidvcrtUIng faroM.
Soino ono hiii dlicovorcd that The
Hut.LKTi.v of Wcdnciday morning was
dated the Oth instead of tlio Gth, as it
should have lieen. This Is a mistake If
the man who dlicovorcd the error will
stand on his head and look at it he will
bacoiiTlncei that tlio date Is all right.
Wo hud ac soon undertake to climb
a tvlruph polo frot foromost, as to walk
along Ninth street between Commercial
and Wnahingtoii uremics of a dark night,
without breaking our neck. In some
placs the walk is entirely gone, while in
other plnces It is liable to break through at
At u regular meeting of the Cairo Cai
aino, held on Wednesday ovenlng, 6th Inst,,
tho following officers were elcctod :
H. Meyer, l'rtiidtnt;
Jacob Walter, l'iee Prei'denl ;
A. Marx, Stcrttary ;
F. Decker, Corresponding Secretary;
John Iloopple, 7Vrmurer.
The new stoam tug " Cache " mad
its first trip betweon Cairo and Mound
City yesterday. She is just the boat
for the trade in which she is employed.
Her dimensions aro as follows: Length C4
feet, breadth of beam 14 feot. She has
one boiler 60 Inches in diameter 12 feet In
length with 15 flues Has one engine 11
inches in diameter with 12 inches stroke
And in those days Burnsido roturned
to a far off country, even went he to Eu
rope, forthore were Irishmen and railroad
spikes there, so that be might say unto the
money. changers, "glvo unto mo of your
lubstanee that I may make a highway for
my people, oven a thoroughfare which
shall be for all Egypt." And the people,
with ono accord, took off their bats and
said "Dully for Burnsidel'' Vienna Ar
Tho last Issue of the Charleston, Mo.,
Courier, has the following in reforenoe to
tho branch railroad belngbuilt from Green
field's ferry landing to that city :
" Wi learn from Ed. Quinn. who is now
merchandising at Uuffville, that the con
struction train is now running beyond their
little Tillage a short distance. The track
layers reached thcro on Thursday. Wo
are also informed that the gradingis being
pushed forward from Greenfield's coming
this way to mout tho track-layers. The
work ut present 'e'oos bravely on,' "
Gilbert sisters at the Atlianeum
lion. D. W. Munn will loave for
Washington In a few days. Whore-
Ex-City Clerk Drown has accepted
tho position of clerk on tbo stonmer A
Ed. Sisson has been nppointod passen-
gor ageut of tho Iron Mountain railroad
Mr. John t Barclay, brother of our
was In the'Jcity on AVednesday, on routo
Tho cryHtal wedding of Mr. nud Mrs.
Howard win celebrated in u very enjoya
ble Wity nt their residence on Wednesday
fM" MlfMntissiitNt Vvritf Mlltf
well-wishers wore present, nil and each of
whom bestowed upon their host and host
e9 a crystal present. Tho abundance of
glassware thoy aro now possessed of will
remind tlicm for ninny a long yeurof the
Fiftconth iinniversnry of their wedded
lifu. May they livo to celebrate the hun
dred and fifteenth, say we.
The following woro the nrrivals at the
St. Charles hotel yesterday : Mr. Alden,
Louisville, Ky. ; Pell Thomas, Str. Belle
Memphis ; Will Kudd, M. & 0. It. It. j
John Faulkner, Knoxvllle, Tenn. j Capt. J.
A. McKoc, Chas. (Juosnte, Str. Colorado;
Billy Blankor, Str. Belle Memphis ; W.
A. Naylor, Centralia : C. Sharpe, Htr.
Belle Memphis ; C. S. Graham, Str. Col
orado ; Lieut. S. K. Allen, IT. S. M. C
E.; P. Young, DoKalk ; W. A. Goll,
Kiver ; T. It. Vullctte, W. A. Vallette,
K. M. Rtnkln. St. Louis ; W. B. Cooke,
S. G. Duchcr, New Jersey; A. A. Joner,
City; Capt. Jus. Chcnowcth. Str. Kate
Robinson ; L. A. Cuppon, St. Louis ; Tom.
Conway, Milwaukee ; J. J. Barton, Bald
win Loconiotlvo Works, Phil'o. ; J. II.
Johnson, Momphis ; M. F. Phillips and
wife, Pontnlc, Mich. ; Chhs. E. Foloy,
Cincinnati, J. B. Rnr.ier, St. Louis.
Tho following woro tho arrivals at
tim Delmonlco hotel, Wm. Wintor, pro
prietor, for tho twenty-four hour ending
at a o'clock pm., Dec. 7th ; L. Young,
Mound City, III. : James K. Manlon.
Wm, Ottcrson, Monroo Manion, Opdvke,
III. 5 Daniel Verblu, Dongolu, III.; J. A,
Richardson, S. E. Rice, Greenville, Ky.;
Win. 1 cung, Adrian, Mich.; Mrs. At-
wood, Mrs. Euely Atwood, Little Bock,
Ark.; J. L. Brown, Birmingham, Vt. ;
L. Brisbois, St. Louis, Mo. ; J. B,
Penney, Clarkston, Mo., P. Conrud, St.
Louis, -Mo. ; Hurry Clifford, II. Olmstead
h. Blessing, Walbridgo, Mo. ; Mrs. G. A.
DoHaum, Ullin, III. ; J. L. Dawes, Koch-
citcr, N. X. ; John Westlnke," Chicago,
111; Henry Ashton, City., L. F. Mar
shall, W. J. Hays, J. M. Hays, Bland-
ville, Ky. ; John Powers, Mound City
111.; Wm. II. Morris, City; Colo Boren.
steamer Ludy Lee.
Notice, Tho best entertainment In
tho city is at tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
and restaurant. Tho best music that can
be had violin and piano. Good lunch
ovory morning and night. All of the
finest brands of cigars, and tho best St.
Louis lager boor, always fresh and nice.
Give us ucnll.
IlAKitr Walker, Proprietor.
lluHtiAN sardolles at Jorccnson's ; try
BniCK Sto ron Rent, Tho brio
store, No, 7 )hio Levee, now occuiicd
by F. M tookfloth, Esq., is offerod foi
rent, an II bo vucant on tho 18th Inst
Apply to Jko. B. Piiillis.
The best Froneh anchovleri n tho city
l Jorgonson's, r
THE ATIIENEUM TO-NIOHT.
Let It bo remembered that tlio cele
brated Gilbert sisters will give tholr first
entertainment nt tho Athonoiim to-night.
Judging from the flattering notices of the
pross in thoso cities where the company
have had engagements, wo do not hesitnto
to recommend them to tho public as ono
of the best companies now traveling.
The Jackson, (Tonn.) Whig and Tribune
of Nov. 1!8, contains tho following con
cerning tho troupe:
"Beyond all question the Gilbert slstors
are the best traveling company in the
North or South. The proprietor, Mr.
Gilbert, is a liberal gentlemuD, kind and
gensreus and obliging, and justly proud
of his beautiful daughter and excellent
troupe. Tho stage-manager, Mr. J.
W. Fox, displays excellont Judgment
and discrimination in his casts, and plays,
himself, with much good taste. Miss Katio
Gilbert, "Our Katie," is un actress of great
promise. Her conceptions aro original
striking and natural, sprightly as the wavo
lets of n Kiimmer brook, or molting at
tho sigh of tho wind harp, sparkling with
wit or flashing with sarcasm, or withering
with scorn In all, sho is interesting and
beautiful, holding her audiences In wrapt
admiration, and utterly disarming criti
cism. Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Grayson are
charming in all their characters. Mr.
SimcoeLeo performs his parts splendidly,
and especially wcro we pleased with his
rendition of Farmer Allen in tho play of
'Dora, " dramatized from Tennyson.
Mark Grayson possessed! much vcrsalilU
ty, and made ouito a hit as Dalton, in the
drama entitled. "The Ticket of Leavu
Man." James Gilbert docs
tho fun, and our soro sides
bear 'taatlmoiiy to his success as a come
dian. Indeed, the cntiro troupe will rank
favorably with ony slock company in tho
country. Crowded houses have "greeted
thorn during their entire engagement, and
the interest is still on tho increase.'1
C. &, V. R. R.
ROSY-POSY ATTACK ON THE
FEARFULLY DREADFUL CHARGE
ALONG THE WHOLE LINE.
IFram the Vitnna Artery, Now. 29.J
One of twa things is clear in relation to
the shamful delay of this railroad under
taking. Either, those who have tbo con
trol, and aro chareeablo with delaying the
construction of this line of railroad are
sinners of tho deepest dye, and the wrath
of God and tho people abide upon them,
waxing hotter and hotter every day, trcas
ring wrath against tho day of wrath, and
the righteous revalations or truth and just
ico : or else idiocity has rendored said part
Its irresponsible, aud their friends are neg
lecting a sacred duty in net having se
cured said parties a safe placo in some
The question why the work on this rail
road has been commenced and large sums
of money expended and stopped twico or
three times, ruinously embarrassing to
many of its friends and destructive of all
confidence in the company holding the
charter, is not satisfactorily answered, is
strangely mysterious and unaccountable.
Tho franchise is "valuable, the railway con
nections are important, promising a pay
ing patronage beyond question. The peo
ple along the wholo line have done every
thing possiblo to pay costs nnd encourage
the construction; and some millions of dol
lars in bonds subscribed by the several coun
ties along the line of tho road for Its construc
tion, will soon be forfeited by a condition
prccodent for non-performance of agree
ment by t'lis derelict railroad company.
iusiwnj iMk hum i;uui))Hliy UAVU
undertaken tills valuable enteroriso with
nothing but naked, empty pretentious, and
rn rotlrlncr nnlp liunL puniin.. 1 ...
i ances into ignouie, iniamous defeat I Or
aro we yet to learn In tho seouol that thi
enterprise so valuablo in developing the
ncii ruiuurco 01 oouiiiorn Illinois, Is held
in tho grasp of corrupt dealing with that
monster monopoly f tho Ills. C. It. H. Co.,
to which the people donated forty mil
lion dollars worth of lands) like the water
snake King, eating tlio vitals of everythin
in its roach.
bomo suggoU that tho Pcnnsylvani
Central railroad company, interested Ii
this Cairo and Vincennes line, in thi
monopoly, are playlnc the doc in themnn
ger interchangeably, with other parties
concerned, for an advantage over the dv-
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UK auiigKlcaui JJunuiue, in WHICU, SUICldl
will soonbecomo desirable, if 'not an hon
ihciactls, the people interested hnv
suffered much, and borne lone n,l nn
tiently this miserable fizrlo find emnli
pretension, or corrupt dealing, as the caso
may um ; ana n is nigii time tliat somo law
wasnnssea uy our .Legislature enabling in
jurod forbearance to defend itsolf
againsi any arid tins kind of imposi
lion, a mil for this purpose 1ms
been introduced in our Legislature
which aeoms to hang fire, enabling huco
tention, still further to trespass on our
exhausted nnd insulted forebearanco moro
if possiblo to injuro tho toiling industrial,
liberal citizens alone tho lino of thla rnn
Miuuuirunvs. uui ruin uuannrr. nrpmntv yi re
mo most cortain roliof consists in tho
npoplo securing the paesago of tho right
kind of an enabling act ot once, nnd with.
uui uoiay sending tlio most clficient
ugonv io npringuoid, It neod bo to
secure tho passage of such a law as
win onaoio tlio cit zona who i.ni.i
claims for labor Derformml nn M
railroad, and for matnrliil f,irii,,.,i
tho company unpaid for, to lovy upon and
sell tho franchise. Then tho people along
the line would build tho railroad
selves, if the company falls, or further
nogiccis tne worit. wny should tho legis.
lature delay tho passage of this onnabling
act, and thus prolong the sufferings of tho
It is hoped that the mild spirit of this
Introductory inquiry will call out an hon
orable and satisfactory disclosure, and
prevent tho necessity of a second commu
nication lo.prouo siiont, skulking, imbo-
ciiuy or uiscioso corrupting rascality.
In behalf of many sufferors
Mhs. M. Swnndor,;having sold her prop,
crty, Informs the ladles of this city that
great bargains In millinory and notions
may now be found at her store. She
recently laid in a stock of olegant goods
In all the late styles, and wishing to dispose
or the wholo as quickly as possiblo, has
marked her prices down to cost, nnd many
articles below cost. Everybody is invited
to call nnd examlno pricos and goods soon
as tho proprietress is determined to close
out without dolay.
Fob, good photographs, porcelain ptc
turts, or old pictures to bo copied, cull ot
Thomas, No. 124 Commorclal avenue. Hr
s a good workman. Glvo him a trial.
For now citron, orange nnd lemon
poel, go to Jorgonson's corner of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, tf
DECEMBER 3, 1871,
I will sell on December B, 1871, at 10
o'clock a.m., for tho benefit of whom it
may concorn, slxly.fi vo barrels of flour nnd
three casks of bacon, thrown overboard
from the itcnmor Tom Jutcor.
Dan. II a htm an, Auctlonor.
Georgo Cole, nnd Joseph Travis, were
arrested for fighting. A fine of forty dol
lars and the costs was assessed against
Cole, Travis was discharged.
Allck Miller arrested for disorderly
conduct, was fined five dollars and tho
trmmllng; but having no money, and
promising to leave the town at once, a stay
of execution was granted In his case.
Dennis Hegherty, Dan McIIenry,
Wm. Burke, Geo. Johnson, William Mc
Knlght and Timothy Ahorn,all got drunk
nd fell Into the hands of tho officers.
They were each fined two dollars and the
trimmings. Neno.of them, excepting
Dennis Hegherty, having the wherewith
to settle their account, they were sent to
the calaboose for tho space of six days
The fair nnd festival held In NetTs
building, for the boneflt of tho Catholic
church, was n success ;ln ovory respect.
The management descrvo tho thanks of all
concerned for their unceasing efforts to
mako tho festival profitable as well as en
joyable. The oystor supper given by tho ladies
of the Presbyterian church at tho parson
age on Wednesday evening, was well
attended nnd a most enjoyable occasion,
Every effort was mndo by the ladies who
had charge of the undertaking to make
it n sucrms, and we aro glad to learn that
their efforts were abundantly rewarded.
Tho edibles prcpnrod were of the best, and
partaken of by thine present with n
Tho lecturo committee yesterday re
ceived a dispatch from Mr. B. F. Toylor,
to tho effect that ho had missed the train
and consequently could not reach Cairo in
timo to fill his engagement for last night.
Of course, the committee, us well as the
public, felt greatly disappointed as it had
been advertised that tho lecturo would
certainly como off at tho timo stated. Mr.
Taylor says in his dispatch that he will
write, which wo hope ho will, nnd explain
tho matter to tho aatisfaction of all, and
at the samo timo designate some evening
in tho near future, for tho lecture to
Mrs. Anna Lang has removed her
large and elegant stock of millinery goods,
toys and fancy articles, to the storo room
recently occupied by Mrs. Barber, on
Eighth street, three doors from Commer
cial avenue. She has added largely lo hor
Btock of toys und fancy nrticlcs ; and is
rCCOiving HOW COOlls of ovary vorlclv, of
tho latest fashions, every day, Her stock
is full and complete, and is offered to tho
public at the lowest living pricos.
A good boy can find steady employ
ment at reasonable wages at Tiie Bl-lle-tin
bookblndery, by applying at once.
Wo call attention to the new adver
tiscment of Mr. B. S. Hnrrell, published
in anomor column of to-day's Bulletin
it speaks for itself.
Wantod, by a white woman, a colored
jeuy to do goneral houso work. Will try
io givo nor satisfactory roforoncos. En
qulro nt B. S. Harrell's furniture store.
Tnber Brother? nro prenarod to man
uiacturo any pattern of jewelry to order
lo unit tho parties nnd tho purse. All
kinds of rings, Mjal, chased and plain, to
ui wi.; nngcr and tiis purse. tf.
A a 1 . . n , . .
Mr. P, G, Schuh advertises as lino an
assortment of drugs, medicines, toilet sets.
soaps, brushes, oils, and u general assort
ment of holiday goods us was over offered
for sale in Cairo. See advertisement in
-To have magazines, periodicals, news
papers, or books rebound, try The Bullk-
tin bindery. We aro prepared to turn
out work in flrht-clasa stylo at pricos as
low as can be obtain,! In St. Louis, Chlca-
go or uincinnati.
-Tho Sample, lloo.na of AM nrmoti
Fitzgorald aro n placo of nonnlnr rHn.i
imposes irom his bar only tho choic
est of liquors. Drop in, as you pass tho
corner ot Uommcirclul avenue and
w nerc aro you coinir ? To thn .,Wa
number C3, Ohio lovce. where thv w
il.. I.... -i L .
. .u uv ,rcsn oysters, fish and game, and
tho flnost wines, liduors and rf..nr i,
found in tho city. Open at alt hours, day
' J. E. Parks
Alderman Fitzgorald hns lint received
from Iroland, n lot of the flnnst Irlih
whisky. Tho samplo rooms nro be comln
quite a popular place or resort, anil It Ian
fuct well known that nt no other n Inert In
the city is thcro to bo found bettor wbis
klcs, winos and cigars,
C 0. Carson,
Has n Fino Stock of Holiday Woods ,
Between Ninth nnd Tenth ntrocTs.
The Bulletin job offlco i, supplied
ith all tbo lutcst styles of new tvno of
ovory character, nnd having a full forco
t nrsi-ciass printers, wo nro proparod to
turn out work of cvory description on tho
noi'tcH nouco. send n vonr nr.ini-.
Chicago, St. Louis nnd Cincinnati prices
Ilol for Holly
Now Storol Kow Goods!
Best assortment of
Cooking nnd Heating Stovc
crar brought to Cairo,
on Washington avenue, tlireo doors nbovo
Great inducements to nny ono wish
ing to buy a first-class piano or organ.
E. Sc W. Buder oflef. their entire stock In
tho piano ,nnd organ lino nt tho actual
cost of tho instruments. Thoy ore, desir
ous of closing out tho Slock so that thnv
may uso tho room for jowelry mnnufactur-
i . -J-
mg purposes. Itt
Of " -I;
tho Buder Brothers.- . .
Tho manufacture of. '
Hulr Jowelry for Holiday ,pifu
mado a specialty. -.
Tnber Brothers nro constantly re
ceiving now goods not in tho linoX their
own manufacture, such as optical goods of
all kinds, fino gold and silver beaded
canes, music boxes of nil kinds, toy music
boxes for children, something ncw nnd
very attractive. Silver plato chcspcMhan
ever, Ac, Jcc. 'if.
Tho Buder Brothers, corner Eighth
street and Washington avenue, have re
ceived a bran-new lot of tho latcst-stylcd
breast-pins, car-rings, finger rings, brac
lcts, watches, clocks, etc., nnd, invito tbo
public to call and Inspect tho stock. They
ore also ngonts for tho Duvls' sowing ma
chine, Burdett organs and St. Louis pianos.
and offer to the public tho best bargains to
be obtained at any plnco In Southern III
George, the fourth ward harbor, is
succeeding beyond expectation. His bus!
nets has increased so rapidly that he has
uccn compelled to employ nn nsilitant,
which ho has found in one of the rnos't
skilful barbers In Cairo. Everybody,
therefore, can now patronize Georgo's
shop, assured that they will bo served
promptly, politely, and in tho highest stylo
ol the tonsorial art. Shop, corner of com
mercial avenue and seventeenth street.
We have no hesitation in recommend
ing William Ehler, Wot n'nd shoe maker,
as worthy of most, liberal patronage. We
know whereof wo speak when we say his
work Is done in a masterly manner at tho
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tbo
best of stock, and ho cannot be excelled In
the dellcato task of making an exact fit
Givo him a call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington .avenue and
Poplar street, nearly opposlto tho court
house, and wo will guarantee satisfaction
On Saturday, the 30th day of Decem
ber, I will sell at public auction the fol
lowing property, left on my whnrfooat
uncalled for: r
3 boxes glass,
1 gas machine,
1 box tinware,
'J boxes merchandise,..
1 box glass warn,
7 bundle snddle-treo,
1 lot beer kegs,
1 lot felloes,
dlt. J. M. rniLLir.-.
II is true that Blntikenburg's Excel
sior saloon is now one of tho institutiocs
of the city. All drinkers who like really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
otc. go to the Excelsior saloon, which i
fitted up in splendid style. Blankenburg
who knows how to keep n saloon, spread
a fine free lunch every morntng and eve
ning, nnd, as he foroibly expresses it,
'Sweetens tlio lunch wilh music." He
has employed tho services of a first-rate
pianist, who makos tho grand piano
which stands in ono end of the saloon
speak out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. The best order is maintained
nnd all improper characters suppressed
with ncatnoss, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that tho Excelsior snloon
is at tho corner of Washington avenue and
FLOUR. Is in active demand. Prices
nro btift', Wo noto n slight advanco on
low and medium grades. Supply of nil
Grades unequal to tho domund. Sj!oj,
400 bbls. various grades $5 0a8 SO
COO " " " on ordors 5 75a8 CO
COO "Ulil's Triumph 0 75
WHEAT. Sales wero
Ccar, No. 2 Spring $1 ,13
CORN. Is in steady demand wiih
light supply on tho market. Salos wore-
1 car, Bed, in bulk, on track 51c
2 "Whito, " '.
1 " Mixed in sacks, del
100 sacks " on orders......
107 ' AVhltedcl
1 car, " in sacks del..
OATS. In fair request and firm at an
advance. Sales wero
0 cars, In sacks 43c
200 sacks, del 44c
HAY. Active. Receipts nro liberal
and quotations generally unchanged
'i cars Hod Top, del f 10 00a20 00
" Mlxod " ,20 OOaJl 00
" Choico Rod Top del 21 0021 60,
3 " " Mixed dol 22 00nJ4 OQ.
3 11 Timothy do) 23 00a24 00
12 Choico" "if 00n2f.'u0
BUTTER. Thero is a full stock on tho
mnrkot which goes off slowly. Sales
Cpkgs. Choico Roll 2Tc
Solid Packed , 25c
10 " Roll 24cf25o
EGGS, Quiet and unchanged. Sales
10 VH 32c33c
rOULTRY.-Unchangod. Sales were-
0 ooz. Livo turkeys $1B,0014,00
(J " Chlckons and Ducks.;.. , w,00
6 txP " 1,6003,00
. mokv xoor urenea ciiickcus 2,00
Jl II fl..l 11 1 1.0
2 .'iiawi ...,
MEAL. In gooJ request and steady
Hales wcto t
175 bbls Kiln Dried $2 8-
200 " " " 2 'JO
100 " Steam 2 00
150 ' City '.; 3 00n3 25
APPLES. The' trade is quiet. Sales
CO bbls choico on orders 4 OOnt 50
30 ' Medium 2 5uj3 2j 00
POTATOES, Now bring 5.1 00a3 2C
per bbl., but tho supply In the market Is
limited. Sales wero!
100 bblsChoico on ordors 3 00
100 " 11 11 ;( 25
75 " " 11 11 3 O0n3 CO.
IJAMK 'PI... ..... 1 1 ..! n..lAi
ciined. ,1'lcnty. In., tjio . jnarket. bales
- - r ,
25'doz. Rabbits and Sqirrels...-.loo-n $1 00
25 kegs Lnrd ;.
C tierces " ,
600 lbs. Shoulders. ,
60ft .iUlam - 1.-.
61 bbls. Mess Pork
HirK-miTVM nt.n t.l.t. T.ti... ei
., ,. ,,,..-, v
10 dressed 'Ilog !$5 obaC CO; 100 kits
mackerel $1 25.;, 4 boxes while clover
Honey, 27c; 10 bbls. conl oil; 10 sacks
coffee, $24 CO; 100 Poxes Cheshire chctie
lCJc; bbl.4. New' Orleans sugar I2jel
2j livo Hogs, small, $1 60.
150 sacks per ton .". 22 00
300 '' !22 00
' m 'PORT LIST,
AllllIVEl) AND IJEI-ARTEU.
HlMincr. ' "vf liero from. Wh re lo
Kate Kinney... Louisvillc...MN. Orleans.
Ark. Bell Kvnnsvllk-... Kvamville.
Belle St. Louli....Vlckibtirg
Jus. Elsk, Ji- J'uduenli Padi'.cnh.
Lady Lee ..Red River Laid up.
Illinois .Co1dtfi Ellis.. ...Columbus.
W. R. Bell Ohio River.South.
. . ' .
IltVEIM AN.I) TII-KIll cqNDITloVs.
The fall in tho river at this point hn
been over 8 inches slnco our la.t n-porl.
The Ohio above liru" IV falling from
Pitt'burg down. There Is now only 20 in
ches in the Moiiongahela, .
At Cincinnati thero is 'J feet C inches
and fulling slowly.
At Louisville the river is falling with
'leM.thau.dect 3 inches in tbcchnnoel.
At Evansvlllc the river is stationary.
Tho Arkansus Is falling fa.it and full of
Cumberland Is stlll'falling1 wftfi Ifi in
ches oalIarth Shoals.
Tho Ohio Ii full of licavy floating ice
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati.
Tho Alleghany is closed and navigation
has been suspended in the Monongahela.
The Mississippi still falls with' "the "chan
nol in a very bad condition and full nf ice.
Tho gorge at Venice still holds fat.
At Dog Tooth where tho Dexter is
aground thcro is 2j feet but below her 3
feet can bo found.
llU.-INKfl AND WEATHER.
Iluiiucs remains very good and freights
aro plenty. Boats leaving hero liuvo all
they want. During tho day time tho
loveo Is thronged with itcnmboutmcii of
nil kinds awaiting the tlmd when he riv
or will be open again. ,
Tho weather yesterday was very pleas
ant ffnd spring-like. A few more days
llko It was" will toon clear tin- river ot
ice and navigation to, St. Louis will bo
c'akoo items. " " ,J "
The Arkansas Bellohad 107 bbls whisk
ey, 188 bales liny, 7 hesd hones, 77 coops
poultry, and V'lnrgo 'lot or'sundrtpr all
for the south.
Tno Fisk had n" llghUrlp' consisting of
16 pkgs tobacc6", 3 bbI5"hiblui.se, "2 dreiseil
hogs, nnd 7 bngs wbctst.
Tho Bello St. Iiuis discharged 451
bales cotton for tho east.
miscellaneous .watteiis. '
Tho bouts at Dogtooth nro u follows -Dexter
nnd Arkansas hard nground ; tho
C6lorudo and linker laid up at the bank.
Tho Dexter is as hard aground as over,
but, us thoMco Is not running very heavy,
sho is in no danger of- being injured.
The. Belle . Memphis-is still nf Goose is
land. ThoTEmilio La 'Barge has concluded- to
prolong her stay, u few days longer 'at
Power's island, wJioroshoU hard aground.
City Xnlloual llnuk llullillui;.
fj.HpeclM attention paid to orders Irom etram
boats nlKlit or dnr.'Sa
From the Cairo KicnlnR Kuu. " u
Dit. J. White. Wo nro glad to lcnrn
that Dr.- Jr Whito isrecclvinrcallrfor hir
advico ond remedies jvhiv-h bid fair to ro-
tain him in Cairo nil wintor. Dr. White's
Skill In so promptly detecting, as ho does,
every nilmont unu tho truo condition of
tho cntiro body of the sufferer is often tho
wonder of tbo sufferer himself, nnd ovorv
6150 who tVlthnsics the cures.' a (J j I . I
rcrsons caroloss or indlfforont to this
opportunity for.xcstoration. to health may,
regret tholr noglect. lor .tho balanco of
Ihtsr lwet! Wo.ndvlso: the early: ciilli of j
diseased on Dr, White, with confldont ex
pectation of permanent Jtolicf. 1 ) 1 I
Ills rooms aro ut tho Southorn hotel,
Ohio levoo. nov7-lm
I M Ait in AO h Guide. Interesting work
numerous or ..ravings; 'zzi pages: "i'riee
60 cents. Address,! Busts' Djspensary!
No. 12 North Eighth Streot, St. Louis ,
SiVBurtNa JIOQjiaioii kni. ToA
, well ventilated Blcoping rooms In City Na
tlonal Bank buildihg.'iip'ply to
EDWARD 'DKXONI A,
At City National Bank
f ' r , ' A' V " 1 '
Imported Malaga grapes nt Jorgen;
son's, cornor of TvVohilOth street nnd
' OrtTfiTAL vinegar from London at Jor-
genson's, corner of Twentieth street and1
VnjUluBton,ayonuc. tf , j