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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1871,
WMBTADLI 0? Til ILLINOIS CENTRAL II. B.
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ckang o'ras from tmru in -iicagn.
la( Boom sleeping car on night (r""
aggage !"ck''' 1 " Important inlnts.
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CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
WteMy Packet for Padiicab, ETaiisillle id J Lou.
IsTllle, the raronte steamer.
1 1 BiDJDirrii-i---,
T. O. KY MAN, Mauler.
ram Ciro etery SATUDKAY lit S o'clock p;m.
Far freight or taag apply on board or to
JAN. 11IGGN, AK'I.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tfie aplendid steamer
Jm Fowler, fluMer.
see Cilro DULY, tjjaiays excepted) it 4
m. Fur trelghtor psxsse apply on board or
JAB. BIUUN, AB't.
TOR SALE.1 For Sale r FOR SALE,
' IFcrSale '
FOR SALE, j For Bll FOR SALE.
Fare from LirixrooL,
Fare from Londonderry
Fare from Glasgow,
Fare from Quhhnstown
TO CAIRO, ; : : t : : : : $4 82 0
Saflord, Morrii k Ca
Lmrpool Ntw-Torkund rhiltwUI pWU
Ml COXTIMTT WITH VXtTID ITITM.I lltltfM
Por Carrjing the Mill'.
for passaUe tickets
OK ri-KTHtl IKrolMiTlO'
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot
15 Broadway, New-Yorlc, or to
Washington Arenue, Cairo. nou. ;
The large and commodious dwelling house
tuuated on Kighth between Walnut and Wauh
mgton(oppoiitetne I'ti.l.vlt rlan Church) la for
ront. For term., etc., anpfy to
..iw.f THOMAS, ilUEEN ic AI.DEN,
ctw" Ohio l.cvee, Cairo, Ilia.
The Illinois Central Hail Itoad Company now
fferfor sale the following described loin In Kirs
Addition to the City of Cairo, via t
Lot 27 Mock 20. Uot 21 block PJ.
" II " 20, " 27 ' 8J
' S " tl, " 23 Bi.
v 8 ' 8J, " 31 ' Hi
" a ' i, " i k.
rarternit.elt. apply to J A MRS J0H.N60.N,
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
p ESIDENCE-Ko. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
Ai ,w,,,,n. Waahmgton arenue and Walnut atrett
omce Uncommercial arenue, up stairs.
C. W. DUNNING, M.'D.
RiIr,E:CE-,'orn'r-N'""h nd Walnut sta.
lyjmee corner sixth street and Oli'o Icree.
Omce hours-froui a.m. to ii m., and y p.m
R. S. RRIGHAM, M. D.,
OrricE, 130 CoMitERCUL-AV.,
UfSee hours, t to 10 a.m. and 1 to 3 urn. Ileal.
ne .No.lt .Niotl. Urtet, Cairo, III. dw'JIf.
ALLEN, MULKEV & WUEEMUl
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
itmm J. Allen, ")
i'hD r CAIHO. 1LI.I.N0IB.
arp,rticular attention paid to rlter and ad.
OFf ICE-Oier First National Bank, Ohio Leree.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Tilliam II. een, -)
'.,e,.,?.ll1lb'e1r,:r,' 0AI"01 ,LMNo13-
orrici ohio lbvbb, jioows 7 and 8 otbb
CITY KATJOKAL BANK.
tiat they po.1,7. ImIIiTim7 n,',',l"rn''
atru.teJl to them. ,,' ''",Ar,l llwork
label to Hi. mi$ poster"1.'.'!'.,""1 CT
hicti lint wilb our U,K.V. '',!, " 'i at P',""
o . fcr a ending their -Tv' KVuVoS.1"
ST. CHARLES IIOTEJ,,
V. D. REXFOUD 1ropr,etor
The Orty Firtt.Clau llQm ;a ,t( C
aW Bi((a( eooveyi.d to d ,,om . ,,
ffM of tUarje. dC'
(IRANI) NEW VKAHS BALL
ROVGJl AND READY
in as, 22 CO.
MoiiiIh.v i:i'iilnu. Jiiiiimry 1. ISTI.
A. ilila oomimnv In. been ever reaJv when
Isnuer called In ati. Ilfo ami tiropertv Irom the
ilf touring Clement, n is no pen uiai
nti.l Bif lt
whol.ahle to buy ntlcketwil U
The toiniii tteo of arrangements Imo stmreil
neither time ncr cxpentc to make Mil. Iinll the
siar.il inn season.
1'Htniii't tli lloiith.,
CO U M II T K i: OK A II It A NO KM KNTi.
IiWKI.I.I.NO, oonlAlnlng four
out iinimen ami otner enn-
rnience., will l aold on re.nnable lorm.
Ir on the Ptcml.e.. corner Kichleentli and Wal
nut Mrtcls. ileclctf.
Pnbllihr.1 every mornlna;, Momlny ex-
Ulllingsly nrrcitcU a citizen of the
Fourth ward last night, for nlmslnj; lii;
The tidcwnlk on Ohio lcvec, between
Al. Suianka's taioon and Tenth street, is
giving way, nnd should ho repaired at
Rev. Mr. McCarcr, of Evonsville,
Indiana, will preach in tho Prcibvtcrian
church, on Sunday next, morning and
Most of tho cisterns of tho city are
well nigh exhausted, and unless thero Is
rain soon water for household nur noses
will become very scarce.
The absenco of our river report in
this issue of The Bulletin, must bo at
tributed to tho very serious illness of tho
wife of our river reporter.
If you want lomt of the best beef
ever slaughtered in Cairo, you can find it
at Kynaston's fourth ward meat market
tc-morrw morning. It will bo sold at 12 J
cents per pound.
Tho business of all cur morohants of
enlerpriso has been much large within
tho past month than over boforo. Those
who grumble cither do so from habit, or
tlicir lack f trade is thoir own fault.
Joe Arnold wound up tho snlo of tho
etlccts of tho Commercial hotel. What
was sold brought good prices, but tho moncv
realized will not pay tho amount of Rav-
iin inucbtcanci3 by ono half.
Hie ball tocotno off at tho St. Charles
hotel on Friday evening, December 20th,
promises to bo u crarid affair. Tho com
mltteo of arrangements aro making nil
needed preparation to insure U success
Tiicro was a shooting i-crapo up near
Twenty-fourth street yesterday. Tho
parties were all brought up, but owing to
tho abionce of important witnesses, trial
was postponed until this morning at ton
Ry rcfjuost of a largo number of our
citizens, tho munngoment of tho Gilbert
dramatic troupe, lias consented to repro
duce Daly's great drama of "Under tho
Gas Light,'' to-night. It will be sure to
draw a full house.
Tbcro never was n time in tho history
of Cairo, that there wus so many beggsrs
and indigent persons in the city. Hardly
a night passes that thero is not from three
to six persons apply to the city jailer for
admisjion into the city jail for shelter.
The Steamer T. F. Eckort loU lust
evening for Columbus, and will ascertain
the truth a, to whether tho gorge of ice
between this city and Columbns Is as bad
as rcjiorted. She will endeavor to pns
down and brenk the gorge if )ioslble.
Late dipntcli announce that the
resolution rt-cently presented by Hon. H.
S . ebb, in tho house of representative",
ana adopted by that body, o'kitig con
grtst to e.tabli.h it I'nlted States circuit
court at Cairo, hai been concurred in by
the state senate.
the management of the Gilbert dra
matic troupe hits tendered a complimentary
wncni loine uuu-rellow 4 lodgo of this
city. Tho play for tho occasion wilt lo
announced in duo season. Tho whole com
pany will take purl in it, and an excellent
performance may be anticipated.
That Miss Dr. Sallbrd will lecture in
this city on next Wednesday evening, th
-'7th inst, should not bo forgotten. Tho
lecturowill bo of especial interost becnuso
it will be delivered by one known to to
many of our people, and tho object of tho
lecturo is so good. Let ovcry foot of
room in tho house bo occupied,
Within the past two or thrco days
we have heard of several cases of respect
able ladles of tho city being insulted on
the sidowalks by low flung'and villainous
coundrels. The police officers of the city
should kocp a sharp watch for theso fel
lows, and if caught tho severest penalty of
tho law In such cases provided should bo
A benollt to Mr J. V. Gilbert, pro
prietor of tho Gilbert dramatic troupe,
has been proposed by a numbor or our
citizens. Wo uro for tho benuflt. Mr.
Gilbert has madu many warm personal
friends during his stay In tho city, mid
any movement that will bo of advantago
to him will bo heartily responded to. It
i vroposed that tho benollt shall tako
place on Wednesday evening next.
A cow, while "licking" a salt barrel
at the corner of Eighteenth and Foplar
streets yesterday, got her ,orns fast in tho
It, and bocamo frightened, dashed
down Eighteenth street, seemingly regard
less of consequences. Sho rmhed about
tU itrcetfl Rt ft fearful rate, until iinHy
an axo was brought into requisition and
tho barrol broken to pieces. Tlmt cow
won't bother Swoboda's salt barrols soon
again, we'll bet.
Tho police mado another raid on
Scott's inloon last night, and such a
scrambling "to get out of tho way" wits
never witnessed In this city before. Olll-
ccr Shcuhitn captured ono darkey, and wa
escorting him to tho calaboose. G0I112
down Fourth street tho darkoy mode a
brake, and ran like a "white head." Slice
ban guvo chaso nnd fired thrco shots at the
fleeing fellow, but could not stop him, and
Mr. N. L. Wickwlre, returned homo
from Carbondalo yesterday.
Associato Justices McCritu and Mar
chlldon aro In tho city.
Hon. D. W. Muiin will return from
Washington in a few doys.
Capt. John II. Hall, of the gallant
little steamer Ada Ucilman, was in tho
Mr. William Winter, proprietor of
the Delmonlco hotel, is in the city, looking
halo and hearty.
The following were tho arrivals nt
the Delmonlco hotel, Win. Winter pro
prietor, for tho 24 hours ending at 0
o'clock, p.m., Dec 22d: Nick llryons,
river; Capt. Cutting, Metropolis, 111. j Geo.
Simlcy, New Orleans; 11. lMillllps, St
I Louis, Mo. ; J. J.unev, Decnturt Oeo. "H.
Jordan, Jacksonville; Oco. A. liabbllt,
Chicago; Geo. V. Biswcll, Mississippi;
Thos. McClure, Clear Creek, III.; John
O'Uricn, Baltimore; Win. Carroll, Lexing
ton ; Jack Honan, St. Louis ; .Thos. Cutter,
Hamilton, Ohio; Wm. Goodall, City; W.
C. Jones and M. Clonan, Tcnnessco; G.
W.Morris, Adamsvillc, Tcnn. j Geo. W.
Daughcrty, Jonesboro, 111.; ILL. Decker,
Evansville, Ind. ; Miss Legsdon, Shawnee-
town ; C. S. Lcdeor, Thebes, III. ; X. Wil
son, Jr., nnd N. Wilson Sr., Tennessee.
The following were tho arrivals nt
tho St. Charles hotol vesterdav : L. Til-
ton, Chicago ; Mayor R. B. Mason, and
L.A.Clark, Chicago; Jno. Newell and
son, 1. C. Jt. It. Chicago; J. i. Asliloy,
Anna; J. Van Norwick and family, New
York; T.J. Lockwood, Now Orleans;
Mrs. Heard, Eacino Colloge, Miss;
Joseph Nash, Nashville Tenncsseo ;
Jno. McNccly, Nashville, Tcnn.; Thos.
Hotnans, Troy, N. Y. ; W. 0. Broughton,
Belleville, 111. ; W. F. Broughton, Genebce,
111.; Thos.S, Chard, Chicago ; Capt. W.
A. Lowtb, Str. Illinois ; 0. D. Hubbard;
Ozark, Ark. ; Daniel Bausman, Sheffield,
Ills; T. H. Whipple, Chicago, 111 ;
Jno. A. Sneers, Sheffield, Ills.; J. W. Did-
good, Memphis; O.J. Pitkin, Ocrro Gor
do, Ills.; J. H. Smidth, and Geo. .Hell, St.
Louis; W. G. Harper, Du Buque, Iowa;
F. E. Hancock, and Bill Wallincton, Du
Buque, Iowa; W. Wlgloy, Galena, Ills.
D. B. Kirk, and W. M. Anderson, St,
Louis; S. A. Smith, St. Louis; W. G. Tel
las, L. L. Johnson, Mobilo; Goo. JRead,
Muskccon, Mich.; Jas. R. Cachart, led
James Jordcn, Mich., Win. R. Tibbals'
D ubuquu ; Thomas Halliday, City ; R. W
M. Cnrtney, Metropolis; Jacob Balsgil)
Chicago; W. Vance, Milwaukee; B. S.
llarrell, City; .1. II. Hlatormonstcr, Ncw-
Y.-Jr , tr. a. Jiotiioi, jwuciifj , .;. i mm
lovy, Str. Esporanza; H. C. Eves, Orange,
A VINE (TOCK OF KVERY VARIETY 0V HOL
Mr. J. C. Carson, Commereial-av., bo
tween Ninth and Tenth streets has re
ceived his stock of holiday goods ; and
whon we say that it is ono of tho largest
and best selected over brought to tho city,
wo aro not saying too much. Ho has ev
erything that should bo kept in a first-class
toy or fancy goods storo. In tho way of
work boxes, ho has them of every shape
and form, ranging in prico from fifty
cents upwards ; and of ulovo and hand
kerchief boxes, he has them of every etyle,
In endless quantity, and at all prices
pictures, of tho handsomest designs,
and picture frames of all sizes and shape;
at prices within tho reach of all. Knives
forks, spoons and plated ware are among
the attractions of Mr. Carson's f-tock. Ho
lias dolls of evory size, from tho mo-t di
minutive to that4ofaycar old child in size
in endless variety, and at nil prices; vaccs.
music covers, and in fact, anything and
everything rnentionablo aro to bo found
there. Mr. 0. is determined not bo under
sold by any other dealer in tho city, and
has consequently marked liU goods down
to the lowest living prices. Ho respect.
lully inks a comparison of goods and
prices. Givehim a cull. declOtf
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALE.
Tilt TWENTY-SIXTH OF DECKUilKlt FIXED
AS THE DAY ON WHICH THE DIIAWINQ
WILL CO HE OFF.
Determined to dispose of all the tickets
in his lottery sale.Mr. F. Vincent has con-
eluded to postpone the drawing until the
20th of December. He Is now giving the
matter his devoted attention, and is meet
ing with tho most gratifying success on
Thnru are six prizes, the principal
prize, as is well-known, being a splendid
residence, that wascroctcd at a cost of $10,
000. The remaining five prizes are as
Lot 34, block 4, 3d addition to the i1tv
of Cairo, valued at $500,
Lot 32, block 4, 3d addition to the oil,
of Cairo, valued nt $300.
.Lot 30, block I, 3d addition the city o(
Cairo, valued nt $300.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to the city of
Cairo, vulued At 300.
Lot 17, block 45, in the city of Cairo
Illinois, valued at $300. octCdtf
Foil Sale. A cottiigo on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistorn and out
housos complete. Apply to
W. W. Tiion.VTON.
Kynuiton, corner Nineteenth and
1'oplar sticats, will kill, tho day boloro
Christmas, tho finest beef in tho city. tf.
Imi'oiited Malaga grapes at Jorgon
son's, cornor of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. tf
DEATH IN A BROTHEL,
DEATH OF A NOTED COUnTKSAN -SHE DH'.H
AI.ONK AND UNATTENDED WIIIXKY
MIHKIIY WANT DEATH THE 1IED
CI.OTHINO XTOI.EN FUOM 0 Villi HUH DEAD
HODY DEPIIAVITY UNPARALLELED.
On Wednesday night, Lizzlo AValbrldgc,
a noted courtesan of this ell, died n horri
ble death, and under circumstances that arc
Lizzlo Walbridco has lived in Cairo
between thrco nnd four years. For tho
greater part of that time, sho was, in com
mon parlance, "a girl " in ono or tho oth
er of tho houses ot ill-rcpulo of tho city
Moro recently, however, she has
lived alone, moving from homo to houso
until a short tlmo sinco when sho rented
one of tho huts on tho south sldo of Sixth
street, between Washington nnd Commer
cial avenues. Hero sho has lived alone,
receiving but few culler.", and thoy wcro of
n class littlo to be courted, even by a wo
man ofher character.
Sho was an ardent lover of strong drink,
and to that, as much as anything else, her
death may bo attributed. About thrco
weeks ugo sho look sick, and from that
time until sho died was confined to her
bed. A well-known physician of tho city
was summoned to prescribo for her, which
ho did. But it was evident that her caso
was a bad one. nnd boyond tho
reach of human aid. During
her sickness, although warned
time nnd again that sho must not drink eo,
ninoli wlii.lr v, )ia nj routlnuallv under
Its influence. Twodays before her death
her physician forbid any ono to givo her
nny more liquor; which injunction so far
as is known was obeyed. On Wednesday
night, however, it beenmo ovident that she
must die. Thero was no ononbout her at
tho timo savo an old negro woman who
acted as wnitcr for her. Hour by hour
sho grow worse, nnd nt about midnight,
with no ono near save tho old negro wait
or, sho breathed her last. And now comes
the worst fcaturo of this sickening talc
All that night, nnd until nearly night of
the next day, tho dead body of this miser
able creature was allowed to lay in tho bed
just as sho had died. But there was a de
sign in keeping tlic tact tlmt she was
dead from tho pcoplo of tho neighbor
hood. Somo one, wo do not who, entered
tlio House, and beiore tno wretched wo
man's corps was cold, stole tho covering off
tho bed, and even tho pillows from under
her head. Her trunk, containing some
good clothing, was carried from tho house,
and even tbo tongs nnd
firo shovel woro stolen nnd
carried off. Towards night on Thursday
word came to several of Miss AValbridge's
friends that sho was dead, nnd they lost no
time in going to her houso to ascertain tlic
truth of tho report. On entering tho house,
no light or sign of life was to bo seen,
everything wos dark and still. A light
was procured and brought into tho room,
when a sight presented itself that would
make tho stoutest heart tremble. On tho
bed in ono corner of tlio room lay tho
dead body of Lizzio Wnlbridgo
just ns sho had died, with nothing savo a
singlo wiiito sheet left to cover tho corpse.
A woman whoo namo we cannot lcatn,
was found sitting on a chair near tlio door
In n beastly stato of drunkenness, with one
arm hanging down toward tho floor, her
loiiguoiioiiing out, and, altogether, pre
editing a most wretched fight. Sho wns
bundled up and sent away from tho
Two of tho women friends of tlio de
ceased resolved themselves into a com
mittee, to collect monoy to defray tho ex
penses of burying tho body, and yester
day noon hod succeeded in collecting
enough to pay for tho cotlin nnd shroud.
Tho funeral will probably tako jilaco tc
day. Lizzie Walbridgo was about 32 years of
age, and is said to be of a highly respect
able family. Sho was onco tho wife of u
man who is a clerk in u large wholesale
house in Chicago.
I ho attendance at the Atlicnciim Inst
night was much larger than tlio night be
Tho play, "Colleen Ilawn," i an ex
cellciit play, and Mrs. Gray a-. "Colleen,1
did herself much' credit. Indeed, every
member ol tho compuny did well.
To-night " Under tho Gas Light, " will
bo reproduced, and wo fool assured that
thoro will bo a full house.
hcit'iiiu Committed. As the result
ofnn Inoctlvo state of liver and stomach,
producing headache, obtuse Intellect, dull
ness, despondency, dementia, and finally
risaniiy, is no uncommon occurrence.
f a .
All theso disagreeable symptoms and bad
feelings aro most certainly dispelled by the
uso of Dr. I'lorco's Golden Medical Dis
covery. It revitalizes and builds up tlio
wliolo Hystem. A littlo book on Chronic
Diseases sent free. Address R, V. Fierce,
D. Buffalo, X. Y. Golden .Medical
Discovery sold by all druggists. 677,
Notice Harry Walker will spread n
uig mncii, aaturuay evening, nt tho St.
Nicholas hotel as a Christmas cvo treat.
As Christmas ovo comes on Sunday, Har
ry will glvo eggnog freo to all his friends
that ovcnlng. Music, c. Ho will also
givo a big lunch on Christmas morning.
uahhy walker, I'roprietor.
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor-
genson's, corner of Twentieth street nnd
V oshington nvonuo, tf
Go to Dr. McGnuloy for Rattingcr's Fc
ver Drops. Warranted to euro tho chills
For Christmas beef go to Kynaston's.
corner Nineteenth nnd Foplar strecls. tf.
Joroenson has tho best
prosorves for sale cheap.
The best French anohovics
n tlio city
Russian snrdellcs nt Jorconon'si
Paul G. Schuh
soils Rattlngor'a modi,
Yarmouth bloaters at Jorgnnson's
fHcforo 11. SlmnnoMy, 1'. M.)
Tiicro wos no business of conscqucnco
n tho police courts yesterday, and tho old
squlro felt " ns bluo as blazes.''
-Thomas Burns saw somo tilco fat
geeso hanging at tho door of Joo Swobo-
lu 8 grocery store, and determined to liavo
ono ol them. Hu watched his
chance, and when Joe's hack
was turned "gobbled," n
nice big fat fellow of n goose, and mado
oil' with it. Sheclmn saw Hurn'tf move
ments, gavo chase, and caught him. Ho
was taken boforo his honor, Squlro Slmn
nossy, who assessed n lino of live dollars
against him. Ho could not pay, and was
sent lo tlio calnbooso for twolvo dnvs.
Mcllnle has agreed to feed him on goote.
Yesterday foronoon. about cloven
o'clock, a negro by tho namo of Fred.
Good, wont to ono of tho Italian saloons
on the levee, nnd got Into n quarrel with
uic proprietor. Uood was ordered out of
tho house, but refused to go, when tho
owner of tho saloon struck lilm on tho
head witli n slick or club, inflicting a
very painiul wound. Good whipped out
a. knife nnd gavo tho Italian a frlchtful
stab in tho face, tho blado striking tho
cneck bono near tho eye. Good was ar
rested, nnd fined 5 and costs of tho trial
He went to tho calabooso for thirteen
1 will oiler for sale to tho highest bid
der on Mturdny, Deo. 23, at CTo'clock,
m., at my sales room,
run -JIIUUPAM) I'OUNPH OF 1IAC0.V
Also a largo lot of holliday goods, whlcl
will bo sold without reserve
D. Hahtman, Auctioneer.
Buy a ticket in
Loflin is tlic agont.
Kjnaston, tho populnr fourth ward
butcher, will kill somo splendid beef for
Remember Golliday'a lottery comes
oft on -Monday next. Loflin nt the post
office has n fow tickets loft. 3t
Loflin, at the postofllco is the agent
n this city for tho salo of tickets in Golli
day's lottery. Ho has a fow tlckels left
John Fol y's
Celebrated Gold pens nnd pencils
Can only be found at
E.&W. Buders. dtfcl7dlw
m- i ....
ao nave magazines, periodicals, news
papers, or books rebound, try The Bulle
tin bindery. Wo nro prepared to turn
out work in first-class stylo nt prices a
low as can be obtained in St. Louis, Chlcn
go or Cincinnati.
Tlio nicest stock of
Solid Silver and Plated Wnro
Can bo found at Budcr's.
They sell goods cheaper than any
Ono else. dcclTdlw
With many other fine goods procured
lor tho holiday trade by Tabcr Brothers
is a lot of very lino diumond rings, which
it i word, i),o iWillii for connoisseurs
call and cxnmirio, besides somo extra fin
garnet good-, nt reduced prices.
If you ,AVnnt
to get a
Goolnnd fine Watch or Clock,
Go to Budor'f.
They Guarantee them.
V hero aro you going? To tho placo
number 53, Ohio levee, where thoy keep
tho best fresh oysters, fish and game, an
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars to b
found in tho city. Open nt all hours, tUy
or night. J. E. 1'arkh
Ho I for Hally !
New Storo I New Goods!
Best assortment of
Cooking nnd Heating Stoves
ever brought to Cairo,
on Washington nvenue, thrco doors nbov
Golliday's next monthly drawing will
tako plnco at Bowling Groen, Ky., on
Christina day, tho 25th inst. Ono thou
sand prizes aro tobo drawn ; 15,000 tickets
for salo ut $1 each, or six tickets for
Loflin lias tickets for sale.
Alderman Fitzgerald has just received
Irom Ireland, a lot of tho finest Irish
whisky. Tho sample rooms nro becoming
quiton popular plnco of resort, and it is a
lact well known that at no other nlaco in
the city is thero to ho found lmitnr wlits.
kies, wines nnd cigars.
.Mr. II. 1. GcrouM lias procured tho
services ofn bell hangor, who will attend
to all calls for workjn his lino with prompt
ness, jieii Hangings ropaired, ropes ad
justed, etc., In first class order. Leavo or
ders nt .Mr. Gorould's office, Winter's
block, corner boventh street and Com-
merclal avenue. dcc.21.d-tf.
Tho finest assortmont of
sets of .lowolry, Rings, Pins, and Sicove-
Buttons, con bo found nt Budor's.
Groat Inducements to any ono wish
ing to buy a first-class piano or organ.
h. i& W. Budor offer their ontlro stock In
tlio piano nnd organ lino nt tho actual
cost of the instruments. Thoy aro desir
ous of closing out tho stock so that thoy
may uso tnoroom ror jowoiry manufactur
J. O. Carson,
Has a Fine Stock of Holiday Goods,
Between Ninth and Tonth strcots.
-Mrs."McGco having ndargb stock of
millinery goods of full and wlntor stylos,
has determined to soil them off at tho low
est prices. Hats from sovonty-flvo cents
nnd upwards, among which may bo found
lino French fol worth two dollars aploco
which will bo sold for onu dollar nnd
twenty-live cents. All sorts of ribbon,
trimmings, good volvcts, flowers, etc., nil
which aro offered nt extremely low
Dan. Hnrtman, nt tho old stand. 103
ommcrcinl nvenue, has lust rerolveil a
full lino of Christmas toys, which ho Is of-
oring ni figures ns low as tho Inwn.i.
Ho has ovcry thing and any thine thni pnn
ic called lor, front penny whistles to arti
cles of five, ten, fifteen and twonty dollars
n vnluo. Cull and sort him.
Just rccolvcd from Molroo 1'lnnt
2C0 bbls. now planalion molusos,
100 half bbls. " "
260 hhds. now " sugar,
Which wo offer to tho trade nt low figures.
dec. 10-d-lw. D.Hurd&Son.
Tho Budcr Brothors, cornor Eighth
trect nnd Washington nvenue, havo re-
ceived a bran-new lot of tho latest-styled
brcast-plns, car-rlngs, flngor rings, brae-
lots, watches, clocks, etc., xsni Invito tho
public to call and inspect tho stock. Thoy
aro also agonts for I'm Davis' sowing ma
chine, Burdctt organs nnd St. Louis pianos,
and offer to tho public tho best bargains to
bo obtained ut any placo In Southern 111
E. & W. Budor
Manufacture everything that can bo called
For in tho jewerly line
They havo procured tho best machinery
For tho purpose, dcel'dlw
Tun Bulletin printing cstnblish
ment is now prepared to receive orders for
blank books of n'.l kind, largo and small,
Merchant., bankers, officers nnd business
men gunernlly who deslro new sets of
books, should hand in thoir orders. Our
facilities enable us to compete with tho
first blank book manufalories in tho West,
both in quality of work and price. Par
tics desiring nny description of blank-
book work aru invited to coll nnd oxamlno
books and prices
Wo havo no hesitation in recommend
ing William Killers, boot and shoo maker,
as worthy of most liberal patronage. Wo
know whereof wo speak whon we sav his
work is done in u masterly manner nt tho
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of stock, and ho cannot bo excelled in
tho dcllcato task of making nn oxact fit
Givo him a call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington nvcnito nnd
Poplar street, nearly opposlto tho court
house, and wo will guarantee satisfaction
Hovejuit received n uice lot of
Gold and Ivory
Jas. Kynaston tho popular Fourth
ward butcher, at tho corner of Nine.
tecnth ami Poplar streets, is acknowl-
edged to keep tho best meats to bo found
in tho city. On his recont trip to St
Louis, he purchased as finon lot of young,
fat beef cattle as was ever brought to this
market, two of which; weighing 3,000
pounds, ho is keeping especially for
Christmas. Ho sells tho vcrv best of beef
at from five to twolvo and a half cents per
pound. Ho has mutton, veal, and pork
equal to any found in tlio city, and it will
bo sold as low ns tho lowest. Remember
the place, corner Nineteenth and Poplar
streets. d 15dtf
This .Mill is now turning out from
120 to 150 barrels
celebrated " Diamond Point" Meal
which has no equal in this market.
M. D. GtJNTEii, proprietor,
dec 17 dlw.
On Saturday, the 30lh day of Decern
nor, i win sell a', public auction lliofok
lOHing property, lelt on my wliurfboat
3 boxes glass,
1 gas machine,
1 box tinware,
0 boxes merchandise,
1 box glastware,
7 bundles saddle-trees,
1 lot beer keg,
1 lot felloes.
J. M. PlIILLlrH,
It is true that Blunkenbtirg's Excel
sior saloon is now ona of tho institution
oi tno city. All drlnkors who like really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
otc go to tho Excelsior saloon, which is
fitted up In splendid style. BlatikonburL'
who knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
a line ireo luncli every morning and ove
ning, nnd, as ho furcibly expresses it
nwoetens tlio lunch with music." Ho
has employed tho services of n lirst-rato
pianist, wlio makes tho grand piano
which stnnds in ono end of tho saloon
spoaU out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. Tho best ordor Is maintained
nnd nil improper characters suppressed
wiin ncatnoss, cheapness nnd dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the Excelsior saloon
is nt tho corner of Washington avenue nnd
tho Budcr Brothers.
Tho manufacture of
Hair Jewelry for Holiday Gifts
mndo a specialty.
Christraos presents in town
ntE. &W. Budors,
corner Eighth slrcot and Washington avo
GERMAN SCHOOL HALL.
On tho 2Gth of this month, tho mombors
of tho Gorman School Association will
hold a Grand Ball, for tho bonetlt of tho
School. Thoro will bo no ofl'orts spared to
mako tho occasion tho grandest of tho sen
son. Tickets, $1.00, can bo procurcu nt
P. G. Schuh's drug storo nnd at E. & W.
Budor's jowoiry establishment. d t d
FEATHERS jJEATHERS I
U. Levy & Co., nt No. 03 Ohio lovco,
havo on hand nnd for sola in quantities to
suit purchasers, ono thousand pounds of
good foathors. Thoy will bo sold at pricos
within tho roach of tho poorest. Families
suppled nt rciHoimbh; rates. dec 12-tf
Thursday r.ienlng, Lcc. 21, led.
W. ..1. ........ i ,.. I.. ,i
ditlon of tho market aincu last report
Receipt generally tiro light nnd not rttfll
cieiit for tlio demand.
The weather Is Inlonsoly cold.
j'j.ui ii. in koou iiemnnii. rrict
rulo about tho same as last otioted. 11c
caipts aro light for tho wants of tho trado
050 bbls. various grades, on
. " A. mm An
600 " ii ii f, &0ay f
180 " Super, $5 60n$0 0'
1U0 " Medium XX id 60aSO
80 " Good XX. V S7 00nS7 2
.11.., 1 ri r
CORN. Tim r.onn.,,1 C,t,it nf til
market nro unchanged. Tho stock on th
mnrKoi is small nnd prices nro unchanged
050 cks, mixed del CO
, car W,ito In sticUCZZZCi
iiw miw nui, ruiL'B in nu cm Li! I
..w...v. . iiiirix.n.nto UVIULi lallllLUU V
small receipts. Sales woro
1W E MM nr. UU1 MM tl taai
t ina I., .n.il-.
L.U1P. isi niinr. ii mi . . . .. n '.r.n i in
i " on r. i
HAY. A good demand prevails am
prices tend upward. Sales woro
2 cars l'ralrlo, delivered... $10 00
-1 do (Mm! Ml ic! ilnl.... " no., 9i in
!J do " ': 0(
2 do Timothy del.... 2.1 0
3 doCholeoTimolhydol.... 21 0
I do ...del... yd 01
It I ITT l. It Tl.r. ,,.-L.,.i I.
!!..! . t 1 , . . ... 1
6 pkgs common..
!55 do choice roll ....
15 do roll
10 do solid packed
EGGS. Scarco and in
0C5 doz. Shlppors count
f! I,h.(i ,0O5U I,acK,-'u
POULTRY. Thero is no salo for chick
ens. They nro n drug in tho market
;o unz. ilrpsii-d i:ii r-lfnns I M b ' f.l
AAA 11.- II ii ri
. n ii ... ..
) " iiirKnvs ucHiu
10 coops live Chicken 2 00a2 61
5 11 " Turkeys IC 0'
M V. A r.-1. In r.iArul fli.fnnnjl nt nllritn
lions, sales wcro-
ouis. otcnm vnm, uct uun.i is
200 " Ktln " " 3 00a3 If
150 " City Steam 3 10a3 '
POTATOKS. Aro inactive owing l
tho severity of the weather. Sales were
in i linn. I nnrn uiriwM
GAME Is active nndinirood demand
.jail's w viu (
16 dozen Squirrels $1 0
10 " Quails 1
1 1 ti 1.. 1.1 ta 1 (if
PKOVISIONS. Sale, wero-
5.000 lbs. Clear ribbed Sides, dry salt, CJc.
n fln it . 41 i t l t ;
o.uuv jus oiiuuiuurp, ury etui, uc.
Til 1. 1. 1st Ma-ski. I'orlr I r.Jlai.1.1 II
CITVIlI) f LC in 1.1.1 j f.r. ir. r.n
1 UjW i IVVU I U9U lA M U Ii II I VFj U JVW ItJl, ,
15 00 0i inch Ilurlnps 23c .
Sugar Toys, Firo Works
Sugar Fruits, ' Toy Wagons,
liovs' nnd Lndies' Skntei. ill variety.
Toy Carts and Sleighs,
Atrnoro's Minco Meat, Clover Honey,
Great vnrioty of Dried Fruits,
Seedless, Itaskct and London layer Rniriti',
Ciinni-d and bottled Goods, in variety.
Poultry and Game,
Choice mixed Candies,
At Bristol a Stilwell'h, No. 32, 8th-it.
Brick Stof t for Rent. The brick
store, No. 78 Ohio Levee, now occupied
by F. M. Stcckfleth, Esq., is offered foi
rent, and will m vnrunt. .in thn lfltli Inst
ai.i t ii i
1 1','J kv' t'l A llllslilOi
Marriage Guide. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Prico
50 cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary
No. 12 Xorth Eighth Street, St. Louis
Mo. Seo Advertisement. tf
Sleeping Rooms tor Rent. Ton
well ventilated sicoping rooms in City Na.
tlonnl Bank building. Apply to
At City National Hank.
Piano Tuning. Parties wishing their
pianos tuned will plcaso address C.
Bobbins at postofllcc, or leavo word with
his brother. Price S'1,00 or 55,00 a year, in
cluding at least two ' tniing nnd ordinary
repairing, strings, -c.
For good photographs, porcelain pic
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call or.
Thomas, No. 121 Commercial avonuo. Hf
as good workmun. Givo him a trial.
WniaiiT's nu pius uura minced mca
prepared expressly for family use, nt Jor.
Oysters. Louis Herbert hasalwason
hand a fresh supply of Saddlo Rock oys.
Found. That tho choicest butter Is
at Jorgcnson's Staplo and Fancy Grocery
French prunes, currants nnd
on hand nt Jorgcnson's
Jorgenson has tho finest supply of
Spnnlsh olives In tho city. Try them
City Niitlonni Unit It Dulldlur.
Special attention paid to orders from a - earu
boats night or dav.tiH
Notice. Tho best ontortolnmont In
tho city is ut tlio St. Nicholas hotol, saloon
and restaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin nnd piano. Good lunch
evory morning and night. All of tho
finest brands of cigars, and tho best St,
Louis lager bcor, always frosh nnd nice.
Givo us ncnll.
Harry Walker, Proprietor.
Peck, Frean, & Go's London biscuit
always on hand, cornor Twentieth nnd
Washington avenue, tf
Foil now citron, orange nnd lemon
pool, go to Jorgonson's cornor of Twen
tieth stroot, find Washington nvenuo. If