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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 151871,
ITABLX or T ItUWM c.vibal n. B.
Eirrf . -. "rt Sunday 3:30 p.m.
...., of cars from Cairo to St. I.otili. Io
.,... f.'r.K from Cairo to Chicago. Eleginl
w!og Bo" l"Pin c,r' on n,8ht ,r""
l"t,,,, ,n " ln,rrUllt Mint".
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
ATT AM Tl'.
Will make Hire 'f'r d"'-
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it 7. ":...m. At 1:30 p m.
i YSCZ. p.m. I At ...... -...-.p.m.
P.raruh ST. Cents) W tickets for $2 SO.
Will ls. when hailed, alanr K.-I lulrrinnllau
aVJ'ngtorps"enger.nr tr(M- novlltf.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Weekly Packet for Pelucah, Eransrlile and Lou
l.rllle, the fsrorite steamer,
T. O. nrjf A!, Master.
etrei Ciiro erery SATUD1UY t 4 o'clock p.m.
For 'remittor passage spi'ly n board or to
JAN. BIGGS, Aft.
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
The splendid tteiraer
Joe Fowler, Hutcr.
am Cilro DULY, (-Jjudiys excepted) et
n. For trsljhtor pisis apply on board or
JAS. BIUGM, A('l.
FOR SALE,) For Sale t FOR SALE,
I FcrBale 1 '
FOR SALE. Jr&g& FOR BALE.
Fare from Liverpool,
Fare from Loudckdibrt
Fare from Glasoow,
"Fare from Qukenstown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $48-
flaflord, Morris A Ca
IN MAN LINE
LlTerpool flew-Toik and Philadelphia
eia coaraicr wits cicitio iimrin iiihib
For Carrjing.ttie ilallf.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
or rraniia inroiimiox
APPLY TO JOHN Q. DALE, Aot.j
u Broadway, New. York, erto
Washington Arenue, Cairo. boh. ji
awetenns. Poj.fMlon RWeimmedUlPlv. Ap
t'T 10 (octMtl) 0. WINSTON.
. . ;uiuiiioiioun fiwfllinc
itualed on Eichth tivmrcn tniiuuc HrnT
The Urge and
commodlotm dwflllni- Imn
ln,;ton (nppoa'.tnlho I'rrahrlerlan Church) In for
iu n Man
Ohio I.eveo, Unlro, Ills.
t oil HALF.
The Illinois Central IU'I lion I Compmy now
oSerforaale tho folloielngdescnbed lots la Firs
Addition to the City of Cairo, vii :
Lot 87 block 20. Lot 24 block M.
" If " SO, " Sf7 " su,
" ' J. 31 sj.'
" i u, si
For Urms.tl. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDENCE No. 21 Turteenih street, be.
n. ef?. f"hlDKi"i arenue and Walnut street.
Oftce-UaCotnmeroial arenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
rTm.r0','1" Blxth ,,tfel 1 Ohio leree.
Omcehoars-fromt a.m. to 12 m., and V p.m
R. S. BRIGJIAM, M. D.,
OfllCE, 13C CoHMKKCl AL-AV,,
dence Wo. U Mnlh street, Cairo, III. dec9lf.
ALIJJN, MULKET & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
John H. Mnlkey) I
Willi. m J s
.PyTu.rne4I.rU",i0a ,0 "d
OFFICE-Orer FUstNaUonalBank, Ohio LT.
GREEN & GTLBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Wi lamH. een, ) '
oincinxo "JJMoovts 7 and 8 oy
"TT NATIONAL DANK.
mental the latest slvlea m m. i.' T4.0
haj. no. on. of At "moVg W?S J'.
ESftS 'r '--S 3ffS
forcing their to u.
ST CHARLES nOTEL,
D. REXFOED r,oprietor
cowiis cito t.Tsi b co, ,Tii
Tht Only Irrt.Clau Kouu in the City,
MVSIASS, PRINTS, SHAWLS, KTC,
On nl Hie mol attr:tl?e dlvll-y. ol
la tl.o CM j.
COVMKBCIAL AYRNUE,TlKrwr.EN KlOIITlI
A fill iHNTll flTn RM r,
hat every aratinhlc space In tilt store room filled
with New (foods, till itsclc In com.
.l.i. nM ...I.I.... ... I ...... I r. . I
miNTS, BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED
MUSLINS, COTTON FLANNELS, KTC,
A splendid array of.
Among which are Hie
StwMtand Moat Fashionable
Colors and Material.
lit haa a Urge stock of
on hand, which he will close out at a low figure
tkalVtA 111 hAllitav a ra ntnp
The ladles will find a large assortment of
whleh wll be aold cheaper than anvtblnt of the
.IIIU IU VKIIU.
Mr. Burger haa laid In an iramonse itock of
OOTS, SHOES, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, NECK-
which he will sell cheaper than the cheapest.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HURD, Treildent;
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vice-Prealdent ;
C. N. HUOHBS, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCHANGE, coin, hank nolee and
States securities bought and aold.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits
BANK ELECTION NOTICE.
Ah election will li hell at the City National
xv "an lue.aii, January lorewndl
rectota. A. H. HAFPORI), Cashier.
Pabllsbed every mornliiir, Slondny ez
OUIt ROUND AI10UT POCKET.
Ycstorday, although tho wind was ra
ther to cool for comfort, was a pleasant
Mayor Lansdun has called a snocta
meeting of the city council in joint ses
sion to meet this nftcrnoon at 4 o'clock.
The old reliable firm of R.Knivthe &
Co., are daily receiving fre!h invoices to
their already immonfo (.took of winef!
liquors, and cigars.
An effort was mudo voktnnlnv tn .nt
up a liorso race. It was no go, however
and an opportunity to see ono of tho best
nonci in tho country "elf over tho
ground was lust.
The Chicago Sun, published by If. L
Goedall, is ono of tho neatest papers typo-
grapincaiiy published in tho welt, and its
columns nro crowded with thn lnioct
The colored people of the citv hoM
meeting in the African Methodist church
last night to make arrangements for cele
brating " emancipation duv." What ..o.
tion was taken we did not ascertain.
Tho soclablo at the tiartonnL-o f thn
Presbyterian church. lmt nli.hr Will iirnll
amended. All cnlovud thcmtel
when tho time came for breaking m. ,i.
purled for their homcf feeling Unit it was
--. gooti 10 oe inere.
A fellow who had
toomernlcklo to mako him fuel right bap.
py, laid down on tho nidc-walk on IVash.
ington Avenue Ian night, and "made
night hideous" wilh his yells. He was
tent over to serenade McUalo.
Mr. Thos. M. Loiran. denutv sWIfr
Jas O'Brien, D. W.Morris and v n...t,.,.
all of Jackson county, arrived In ths city
eanesaay evening, en route south
with a drove of horses and mulos. Among
the horses were some very fine stock.
Georce Francis Train .ni..n
in this city to canvass for subscribers for his
w piper, tne umahs TVnm IAjut. The
gentleman who accepts tbo agency must
be for George Francit for tho next Piesl-
ueni or uio United States. No other need
Our merchants havo received their
goods for tho fall and winter trado. The
Joplo should know where to find these
mstion I, uirough tho columns of the
BULLETIN. Bring , yout
-Tho domiropi of lho tlty nro .
curses, both loud and dcip, upon the Lad
of chlof Mvers. It has r..., .. .
ii i. ,l , . . " iurl" tiut
It Is the Intention of the chief or rollce
nn Ih. fl.,1 .1... . 1 '"l
y oi January next, to pun
each and all of tbo houses of HJ-roputc and
punish tho inmates to the utmost oxtent of
Trie ball for ilm v,.. ii. ,.,,
school, to bo held nl School's hull on tho
evening of tho 20tli., promltes to bo n
splondid nlTnlr. Tho coinmitloo of nr
rnngemcnts nro leaving no slono unturned
to make it ono of tho grandest balU of tho
season. It Is hoped mid exported that
cvory'well-wlshcr of tho Ocrinnn school
will do something to-wards making It n
Jas. Kynnslon tho popular Fourth
ward butcher, nt tho corner of Nine
teenth and Poplar streets, Is acknowl
edged to keep tho best meats to bo found
In tho city. On his rccont trln to St.
Louis, honurchnsed as flnon lot of vounir.
fiit hccfcnttlfl ns was over bronchi to flit
- n ' " "
market, two of which ho will butchor for
uuriiiniftf. no sens uio Tory best or beer
nl from fivo to twolvo and n half cents per
Duiind. flu has mutton, veal, and tiork
oquiil to any found In tho city, nnd it will
bo eold as low ns tho lowest. Remember
tho place, corner Nineteenth and Poplar
A lad about ton vcars of aco nearly
"criod his ovct out" yesterday aftnrnoon
nt the trick of the passenger train loco
motive. Hie lad had n nico bright silver
ten cent piece, nnd was of tho opinion thnt
tho wclcht of tho locomotive would
spread it out to the dimensions of n quar
ter. Ho laid It on tho rail In ndvanco of
tho train and awaited tho result. Tho In.
comolivo soon came thundering along,
picked up tho dimo on ono.'of its wheels, and
flung it nobody knows wliltlior. Tho boy
bellowed most heartily, and is firmly con
vinced that tho Illinois central is, by oddf,
tho meanest railroad of which ho lins any
Last evening, by invltntlon of Capt.
O. W. Doyd and clerks Jas. Thompson
and Thos. Shans of tho stcamsr Julia,
quite, n largo party of young ladles and
gentlemen of our city assembled on board
that steamer and wero tho recipients of ono
of tho most enjoyable danccsof the season.
At midnight the parly seated themselves
nnd nnrlnnk of ft nin?t aumnleoui ovster
supper, alter wntcn uancing was rcsumcu
i .. ... . i t.
ana continued nil a law aour oi inc nigiu.
Chas. R. Kyle to act ns tecrctary, when
Doforo bidding tho officers adieu, Mr. Vi'm.
0. Hughes was called to the chair, nnd
me following resolutions were auopicu :
ic following resolutions wore auopicu :
Resolved, That wo tnko this method of
ndering to Capt.1 Geo. W. Boyd, Jas.
hempson and Ihos. Shans, clerks, our
thanks for the kindnesses received nt their
nanus, nnu lor inc eiegant manner m
which wo have been treated while on board
of their vessel.
Keiohed, That in Capt. Boyd nnd his
.i i.. .i. '.. u:
will find gonial. whole-souled boatmen, nnd
-1 - i , i i.t. i . i .. .
WCBUT1ECHII WUOWHI1 W BIIJUY 11 llMltU
to tako tho Julia.
Hesolred, That a copy of these resolu
tions be published in The Cairo Btlle
tin. PERSONAL LOCALS.
Judge Wm. J. Allen is In the city.
Mr. James S. Morris, of Ullln. is in
Mr. E. Buckingham, one of the nro.
prlctors ot tbe Buckingham elevator, is
in mo city.
Potter, of the Mound City Journal
was In town'jeatcrday, looking as "happy
as a bur sunflower."
That great and good man, Rev. John
Friend, late pastor of the Christian church,
has returned to tho city.
To night has been set apart by the
Gilbert dramatic troupe as a benefit to
Miss Katio Gilbort. Tho play is "East
Lynne," in which Miss Gilbert will appear
as "Mndamo Vine." It is n'.fact worth men
tioning, thnt no other woman, in this coun
try, of her nge, ever before attempted to
pcrsonato tho leading character in this
magnnccnt play. Miss Gilbert is not vet
sixteen yoars of ago. Let there bo n fulj
The guests at the St. Charles yesterday,
were: Dr. Canedo, New Orleans: Cunt.
James Kennlston, Str. Tom Jnsner : O. I.
btcvenson, St. Louis; John Backus, Chi
cago; Mrs. J. II. Bom!. Jefferson. Toxna
F. L. King, Stephen Leahy, Capt. James
uornara, .1. a. liroinski, M. Louis; Major
A. Ilium. Central a: .Mrs. f'.iMnr r.
J. unider, and Mrs. N. Calder, Now
Orleans, L. L. Forbe, Boston; J. II.
Jonos, Str. Dexter: K. W. D.vcnport,
N. Y.j Honry Huple, DuSoto. Ills.: J. 11
Caldcn and wife. Gillmnn. Ill,, t k
Vallctto, nnd F. A. Vnllcltc, Alcinnt'er
county; Win. A. Armstrong nnd sMcr
Tho following were thoarrivnh t 11,..
Delmonlco hotel, Wm. Winter, nronrirdnr
for tho twenty-four hours endimr Doe. 1.111,
at 0 o'clock, p.m.: S. Brily, Dnngola, Ills.';
John A. Caflruy, Str. Citv of Vickilmr,..
James E. Maxlcy, Louisville, Ky.; Jt. K.
J.lno nnd wife, Chicago; II. C. Wilkc
New Madrid, Mo.; John W. Dyer, Leon
ard Pyle, A. Brooks, A. J. Young and
Wm. Kcrney, Caseyvillc, Ky,; George
Mattoton, River, P. B. Lino.
leans; V. L. King, St. Louis: Him
Hu)le, Do Soto, Ills.; J. Irwin, Anna,
Ills.; Robt. Simpson. Blandvlllc. K v .in
S. Morris, and son, Ullln. Ills.: II. v
Field, Greenfield's Landing, Mo.; Daniel
Fowl, Camdun, Ohio.
GERMAN SCHOOL HALL,
On the 20th of this month, tho members
of tho Gorman School Association will
hold a Grand Ball, for the benefit of the
School, Thoro will bo no efforts spared to
mako the occasion the grandest of tho sea
son. Tickets, f 1.00, can bo procured at
P. G. Schuh's drug storo and nt E. & W.
Buder's jewelry establishment. d t d
Oratorio or Esther. Tho first re
hearsal for this beautiful Caniate will bo
this evening, and another to-morrow
evening at tho rosidenco of Mr. R. P. Rob
bins, on Seventh stroot.
All tho choir of tho city and adult
singers generally aro requested to nltond,
without further invitation.
Notice. The best entertainment Jn
tho city Is at tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
and rostaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin nnd piano. Good liinch
every morning und night. All of tho
finest brands of cigars, and tho bet St.
Louis lager bcur, always fresh nnd nice
Give us a call.
Haurt Walk ek. Proprietor.
Another well filled houio greeted tho
Gilbert dramatic troiipu last night to wit
ness Tobln's olegnnt comedy of" Honey
Moon, or How to Rulo a 'Wife. " Tho
playing wn excellent, from beginning to
end, and was highly enjoyed by tho largo
To-night -Mils Kntto Oilbort will tnko a
bcnollt. The piny selected for tho oc
casion, "East Lynne, " is ono of tho most
attractive dramas over put upon thostago
in this csuntry. Miss Katlo Gilbert will
nppoar ns " Madame Vine, " tho loading
character. AVo will hero repeat that no
other actress in this country, of Miss
Kntio's ago has ever had tho courago to
attempt a rendition of this character of
the beautiful drama.
Yesterday wai nnolhcr dull day so far
as police business was concerned, Rut
threo cases wero reported, and they woro
of no Importance.
Dan. Chnmborlin and Don. Pruett
wero nrrcsted for uMng abusive and offen
sive language. Thoy were fined flvo dol
lars and costo, each, but as neither of them
had tho "sugar " whorowlth to liquidate,
they wero ordered to report lo Jailor Mc
Hale, who would glvo them employment
in repairing the sldownllts.
James McLaughlin nnd Put Mullln,
n couplo of "gay boys on a plank
rood," wero arrested on n chargo
of drunkness. They woro tnken bc
foro his honor, Squire Shnnncssy,
but that gentlomnn considering tho ovi
denco against them " too thin, "
John Coghill, took it into his head
that ho must whip somo one he didn't
care much who, and started out do
tormined to put a "head on"
tho first man ho met. He
wns not long in finding a gcntlemnn
who was willing to accommodate him.
John went for his man and was about to
"get away" with him, when the police
entered an appearance nnd requested John
- iu mu mru uiutu.
1Iu ,vnt before his honor, who presented
him witbja statement of his account with
the citv. There was a balance of $0,00 in
to accompany thorn to tho Squire s office
favor of tho corporation. John paid it.
Wanted by Mr. F. D. Rexford. nro-
prictorSt. Charles Hotel, two good milch
cows. Apply at tho office of the St.
Charles Hotel. dec 13 3t
To have magazine.', periodicals, nows-
papcrf, or books rebound, try The Bulle
tin bindery. 0 are prepared to turn
out work in first-class stylo at prices ns
low as can be obtained in St. Loui. Chica
go or Cincinnati.
Where aro you coin ir? To the nlaco
number 53, Ohio levee, where they kevp
the best fresh oysters, fish nnd came. a-iJ
the fineit Trincs, lijuors and cigars to bt
iouna in mo city, upen at all noun, da
or night. J. E. Parks
Alderman Fitzgerald has just received
from Ireland, n lot of the finest Irish
whisky. The sample rooms are becoming
quite a popular place of resort, and it isn
fact well known that at no other place in
tne city is there to be fouud better whis
kic, wines and cigars.
Great inducements to any ono with
ing to buy a first-class piano or organ.
ii. v . JJuder offer their entire stock in
tho piano and organ lino nt the actual
cost of the irislrumcnt!. Thov nre desir
ous of closiflL' out thn tn t It ta llim
may use the room for jewelry miiriufactur-
C. C. Carson,
Has a Fine Stock of Holiday Goods,
Between Ninth and Tenth ftreets.
Ho! for Hally I
Now Store! Now Goods I
Best asjortrnent of
Cooking and Hunting Stoves
over brought to Cairo.
on Washington nvonue, three doors above
'I until street.
Mck William, nt tho corner of
Twentieth and Poplur htreet, bus ono of
tne boi-i incut markets in tho citv. Nick
understands the butcher buslncs to nor
fection, and has always on hand tho Lest
of meats of every kind. Of pork, lie has
as gooi us win bo round nt nny other shop
in the city, and sells it three pounds for
twenty-live cents. declOdlw
tho Buder Brothers.
The iiiiinufucluro of
Hair Jowelry for Holiday Gifts
made a specialty.
Tho Buder Brothers, corner Elyhili
street and AVnshlngton nvonuc, havo re
ceived n brnn-now lot of tho lntost.ntvln,!
breast-pins, onr-rlngs, finger rings, brae
icis, watcnes, clocks, etc., und, Invito tho
public to call nnd Inspect tho stock. Tlmv
aro also ngonts for tho Davis' sowing ma
chlno, Burdett organs und St. Louis nlnnn.
and offer to tho public tho best bargains to
uo obtained at any place in Southern 111
iuois. The Bulletin printing cstuhiui,.
mont is now prepared to rcceivo orders rr
blank books of aU kinds, largo and small.
Merchants, hankors, offlcors and lunlnnc
moil generally who deslro nuw sola
books, should hand In their ordors. Our
facilities enable us to compete with tho
fljst blank book mnnufntorios In thn ic.i
both in quality of work nnd price. Par
ties uesirlng nny description of blank
book work nro invited to cnll and examlno
books and prices.
Mrs. McGeu having a lariib stop); of
millinery goods of full nnd winter stylos,
una ucwrniiiiou 10 soli thorn off at tho low
est prices. Hats from sovonty-tlvo conts
flno French foil worth two dollars npieco,
which will bo sold for ono dollar and
Iwciity-flvo ccnls. All sorts of ribbon,
trliniiiingd, good velvets, flowers, etc, nil
of which nro offered nt cxtroinoly low
Wo havo no hesitation in recommend
ing William Ehlcrs, boot nnd shoo maker,
as worthy of most liberal patronage. Wo
know whereof wo speak when we say his
work is dono In n masterly niannor nt tho
lowest prices. Ho uics nothing but the
best of stock, nnd ho cannot bo excelled in
tho dcllcato task of moking nn exact fl'..
Givo him a cail nt his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington nvonuo nnd
Poplnr stroot, nearly opposite lho court
house, nnd wo will guarantee satisfaction.
Mr. Samuel Walters, lho lumber deal
er, is tho owner of tho right for Alexander
county, Illinois, nnd of Mississippi county
Missouri, for n now patent window slide.
Tills nrrnngoment is, without doubt, tho
most convenient nrticlo of tho kind now
In use. By It tho top snsh may bo lowered
without Interfering with the lower sash,
or tho lower can bo raised without molest
ing tho upper snsh j or both can bo adjust
ed nt tho some time. Mr. Wnlters has n
window in working order, nt his ofllco nt
the lumber yard for Inspection by
those who wish to examlno It.
On Saturday, the 30th day of Decem
ber, I will soil at imbllo miction tho fol
lowing property, loft on my wlinrfooat
3 boxes glass,
1 gas machine,
1 box tinware,
9 boxes merchandise,
1 box glassware,
7 bundles saddle-trees,
1 lot beer keg",
1 lot felloes.
J. M. PniLLirs.
It Is true that Blankcnburg's Excel
sior saloon is now one of tho institutions
of tho city. All drinkers who liko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
etc. go to the Excelsior saloon, which is
fitted up in splendid style. Blnnkcnburg
who knows how to keep n saloon, prends
a fine freo lunch every morning and eve
ning, nnd, as ho forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens the lunch with music." Ho
has employed tho services of n llrst-rate
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in ono end of tho saloon
speak out In musical tones. Everybody
Is Invited. Tho best ordor is maintained,
and all improper characters suppressed
with nentness, cheapness nnd dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the Excelsior saloon
is at the corner of Washington avenue nnd
A riNE STOCK 0K EVERY VARIETY 01' 1IOL
I DAY O0ODS.
Mr. C. Carson, Commercial avenuj, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets has re
ceived his stock of holiday goods ; and
when we say that it is one of tho largest
and best selected ever brought to the city
we aro not living too much. He has cv
erything '.hat should be kept In a firsl-clas
toy or fancy goods store. In the way of
worn coxes, n tins inern oi every suape
and form, ranging in price from fifty
cents upwards ; and of glove and hand
kerchief boxe, he has Ihern of every style,
in endless quantity, and nt all prices ;
pictures, of the handsomest designs,
and picture frames of nil sizes and shapes
at prices within the reach of all. Knives,
forks, spoons and plated ware are umong
the attractions of Mr. Carson's stock. He
has dolls of every size, from tho most di
rninutivo to thatif a year old cbildin size
in endless variety, and nt nil prices voces,
muiu covers, and In fact, anything und
everything mentionablu aro to bo found
there. .Mr. C. is determined not be under
sold by any other dealer In tho city, and
has consequently marked his goods down
to tho lowest living prices. He respect
fully asks n comparison of goods nnd
prices. Give him u call. dcclOtf
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALL-
THE TWENTT-SIXTII OK DKCKMI1KR KIXEI)
AS THE DAT ON WHICH THE DRAWING
will cone orr.
Determined to dianosc of ull tho tickets
In his lottery sale.Mr. 1'. Vincent has con
cluded to postpone the drawing until tho
Jbtli of December. IIo Is now giving the
mutter his devoted attention, nnd is meet
ing with tho most gratifying success on
There nro six prizes, lio iirincinal
prize, as Is well-known, being n splendid
residenco, that wits erected nt n cost of $10,-
000. The remaining flvo prizes nro as
Lot 31. block -1. 3(1 ndilltlnn in flu. nllv
of Cairo, valued nt $500.
Lot 32. block 1. 3d ndditlrm lo thn rttv
of Cairo, valued nt 300.
i.oi isv, block 3d addition tho city of
iiuru, vuiiicu in $.iou.
Lot 83. hind" 4 '111 nildttlnti to thn nllv nt
Cairo, viilnnd At .mn.
Lot 17, block 40, In tho city of Cairo
Illinois, vnlued nt 53110. ontddtf
-Mr. Anna Lang has romoved her
lurgo nnd elegant stock of millinery goods,
toys und fancy articles, to tho storo room
recently occupied by Mrs. Jlarbor, on
Eighth street, threo doors from Commer
cial avenue. She bus added largely to hor
stock of toys nnd fancy nrtlclos ; and is
recoiving new goods of ovory vnrioty, of
the latest fashions, ovory day, llor stock
is full and complete, nnd is offered to tho
public nt tho lowest living prices.
Piano Tunino. Pnrtiea wishing thoir
pianos tuned will please address C.
Bobbins at postolllce, or leave word witli
bis brother. Prico $3,00 or $5,00 nyenr, in
eluding at least two tunings nnd ordinary
repairing, strings, Ac.
C. For good Dliotogriinhs. norcnluln nln
w . w . i . i
tures, or old pictures to bo conicd. cull or
Thomas, No, 124 Commercial avenue Hr
s a good workman. Give him n trial.
Foil now citron, orango nnd lemon
peel, go to Jcrgenson's corner of Twcn-
AimiVEtl AND JJKI'AIlTF.n.
Hlcnmer. Where from. Whom in.
las, J'isk. ,lr Pnduenti Ind,.nl.
Lady Lee, N. Orlcnns
.rnnnsas Hell I,vnii9vllle...EvansvHlu.
Tnines Howard X. Orlihns
Colorado I WI nnl li . . . . I lfw.li.nl li .
linker m i. nvn-
Adn Hellinnn Eviitisvlllc...Mcmphls.
Arkrnsiis St. Louis
John Lutmdcn Dogtooth
Olcncoe N. Orleans.
lUVKIlS AND THEIR CONDITION.
Tho river is rising ngalu slotily, still it
is thought It will bo of short durnllon.
Tho Monongnhola river is still station
At Cliicinnntl tho river is on n stand
with fivo feet In the channel. At Louls
vlllo it continues to full and thero is 4 feet
in the cnnnl. At Kvnnsvillo tho river fell
10 Inches In tM hours and is still fulling
Tho Cumberland river fulls steadily
with 1" Inches 011 Hnrpcth shoats.
The Arkansas is fulling with 0 feet In
The .Mississippi 'is now stationary nt St.
Louis witli n clear, harbor for. tho ferry
bouts. The river nt Urnnd Tower is rls-
ing nnd tho gorgo Is reported broken
loo'c. Tho river from Widow Water.
jseiear of running ieo. At Alton tho rise
Tho Lower Missouri is clear of ice
Sovcrul boats woro to leave St. Louis on
account of river supposed to bu open to
tills place but tho change in tho weather
has mndo them change their minds. At
Dog looththnrois fourfcet iii.thechannel
WEATHER AND 11UMNK..
Tho wind enmo from the north nearly
oil day and it wns qulto cold.
Business wns good. Freights nreccmlng
in fast nnd always find tonnngo nwnitlng.
Our levee is ngain covered with chickons,
turkeys geeso &c.
ITEMS ok c.vitnu.
lho Arkansas Belle camo in with 9t
coops poultry, lo dressed lings, Vl'l bags
oats, 282 bales Imy, 111 bbl potatoes, 1ft
bbl flour, and n lot furniture.
Tho Fisk had 2 hhd tobacco, 3 bale cot
ton and S'5 boxes hnndlcs,
MISCE I.LA N EO U S N E W S.
Tho Colorado camo down from Dog
tooth yo'tcrduy morning. She reports
the Dexter off tho tar and lading nt tho
bank below Dogtooth and in a good condi
tion. She will probably come down to-day
The Arkansas has also got oil' tho bar
at Dogtooth and arrived hero jesterday
The Hcwnrd camo in drawing 0 feet
She has 1,000 tons freight which sh
rcships by rail nnd will then load for Now
The Lady Leo rated stcim night beforo
lat nnd went down to New Madrid, where
sho will load with corn for New Orleans
Tho Glencoa cleared for New Orleans
drawing over 5 feet.
Mrs. Belinda Calvert, wife of Captain
Flcm. Culvert, died at Clarksville, Mo., on
tho 12th in-t.
Tliq I.OUlsrlllo did nut lon.l nl KllttWIICC
town for. iew Orlenns, but has gone to
Louisville and has been lnid up nt the foot
of the canal.
The newly elected harbor muster
Vicksburg is n "coon," nnd as black ns
pitch barrel; he was tho only decent ma
the republicans could find in their party
Tho barge Florence was towed ut froi
Island No. 1, by tho ferry boat Cairo.
The S.iblno came out of the Ohio well
loaded nnd had n barge of coal in tow.
Tho Ada Hellman passed down fo
Memphis with n good trip of freight.
The Belle St. Louis had to lighen over
Tiie Mary Miller is high and dry near
Fort Pillow nnd in a twisted condition.
Tho Belle Memphis hn got off Powers
Island und sent down after the Colornd
lo go up nnd help her down to Ibis port
Tho Fisk reported several flatbont
ngroimd on the chain,
Gcorgo Hill, malo of the Miss V. T. Co
barges, hud n number of Chinamen work
ing lor nnu u low days kiiico iwui say
thoy work like Turks.
Tho tug .Moiiiuulc has been laid uj:
sovernl days having some repairs made to
Gus Slinrp lute 2nd clerk of tho Bello
Memphis is now bill clerk on lho Memphis
picket company whnrfboat at Memphis
Tho John Lumsdcn camo in from Dog
Tooth wherosho went to lighten tho Ar
kansas. Tho Luiu'dun has been engaged
in lljiii butlncss since the wulcr bus been
so low mid has no doubt dono n good busi
ncss in tlia wn y of making money for her
owner and bus relirved several louts that
was in a precarious condition,
City Xullounl Itiuik Hiilliliiicr.
x,Speclal attention paid to orders Irom si cam
boats nlcht or d.iv.'eu
Marriage Guide. Interesting work,
nuinorous engravings, 221 pages. Price
CO conts. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis
Mo. Sco Advertisement. tf
Sleei'ino Rooms rou Rent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor
gcnson's, comir of Twentieth street nnd
AVnshlngton nvonuo. tf
For Sale. A cottugo on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern nnd out
houses complete Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
New French prune, currants and
raisins always on hand at Jorgcnson's
grocery store if
Peck, Fiiean, iV- Co's London biscuits
nlwnys on hand, corner Twentieth nnd
Washington nvonuo. tf
Wmaiif's no plus uurn minced men
prepared expressly for family use, nt Jor
On Friday the 15th Inst, nt 10 o'clock,
m.. for tho benefit of whom it may con
cern, 1 v111 toll lo the highest bidder, for
cash at tho l-.rkert Landing in this city,
300 iiAiu'.Ki.s or ri.oun.
Also several hogsheads of bacon and oth
er pcrlshnblo articles, saved from the
steamer Tom Jasper.
Salo posltlvonnd without reserve.
D. Hartman, Auctioneer.
FEATHERS FEATHERS !
II. Levy & Co., nt No. 03 Ohio lnvon.
hnvo on hand nnd for snlo in nuantltles lo
suit putchnsers, one thousand pounds of
good leathers. They will bo sold nt prices
within tho rench of the poorest. Families
suppled nt rcasonnblo rates. dec 12-lf
Yarmouth bloators at Jorgcnson's.
Russian surdellcs at Jorgcnson's ; try
Joroenson has tho best
preserves for salo cheap.
The best French anchovies n the city
at Jorgcnson's. tf
l'mil O. Hchuh tolls llnttlngcr's medi
Go to Dr. McGnuloy for Rattinger's Fe.
vcr Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills.
Found. Thnt tho choicest butter is
nt Jorgcnson's Stnplo nnd Fancy Grocery
Oysters. Louis Herbert has nlwas on
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys-
Joroenson has tho finest supply of
Spanish olives in tho citv. Try them
Imported Malaga grapes at Jorgcn
sou's, corner of Twentieth street
Brick Stop kor Rent. Tho brick
store, No. 78 Jhlo Levee, now occupied
by r. M. Stcckflcth, Esq., is offered for
rent, and will bo vacant on tho 18th Inst
Apply to J.vo. B. Phillis.
I It V il O it II N.
71. FALL-WINTER. 72
C. 11 A NNY.
0 HECK S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTIta,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETINO
Ills EntlrcHfof k Son C'losius; Out
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8tI1 ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AV.,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com.
plete stock of
SCOTCII AND IRISH WHISKIES
Port, Mndoria, Shorry and Catnwba Wines
RSMVTII A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
i. uhlch fact thev invito tho esncclal alien.
Hon of close bargain buyers1.
Special attention given to Filling Orders",
B. S. IIARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
(JU EENS WARE j
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
185 & 187 Commercial Avonuo