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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1871,
HUI TADMSOr TUB ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. R.
On and after Bunday. Uli ihf fu,lo"
K time-table trill govern the arrival nJ deparl
sre of pMnnxtr tralna at Clrn I
.ir-Mull train, daily..... - -S?.tn.
' Express, daily- 2:4Jp.tn.
irTK-Mn,dlljr... - SiM n.n.
El nrtss. dally, except Sunday 3:30 p.m.
Koehanieof cftff from Cairo 10 St. Loult, No
okn iT . froto Cnlro to Chicago. TtleR.nl
rtnlsg Roan aleeping care on night trmn.
aRgege ahreied to nil Important points.
CAIHO AND MOUND CTV
kTl AM TI C).
Will make inrre trips lly.
LiiTino citai I ..l"VN0 "" cl"
II v . .. ......in. At i:W - ".
7 II " m. I At 1:30 p in.
41 4 so .p.en. At C -p.m.
Fate')) "J, ' cents! 1" tlrketa for i W.
Win I... Iwhenhalled. at any good intermediate
I nnv K
audinf lor passenger, or
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Waekly Packet for Paducah, Evansvllte en l.on
laVltle, tha favorite steamer,
1 1 EDID"X" VIIjIjE!,
T. a. IITSIAX, Jler.
eaves Cairo titty SATUDKAY at 4 o'clock p.m.
Far freight or pa.sage apply on board or to
CAIRO AND PADUCAn
Tti splendid .teamer
Jce Fowler, Mnafer.
aee Ctlro DULY, (3,indays excepted) att
sa. Far (Might or passiie apply on board or
FOR SALE, I For Sale f FOR SALE,
' iFcrBale I
TOR SALE.j ForBaiel FOR SALE.
Fare front LivKnrooL,
Fare from LoyDCNDERRT
Faro from Glasgow,
Fre frow Qukb.vstown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $4820
BaSord, Morni Ca
t.iterpeol MewTork abd rhlladtlphla
aia eoaraacT with vjitid itattaixB lamia
For Carryins'.tne Mailt.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcatHia uromiTioK;
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
19 Broadway, New-York, or to
Waihlngton Arenuc, Cairo. noli. ;i
The Urzo und
commodloua dwelling house
Huated on Emhth between Walnut Am
iruton (eppoi.tethe 1'rcsbylerlan Church) U for
iol. 1-or term., etc., apply to
THOMAS. liflEEN k. ALDF.N,
tcty''f Ohio l.ereo, Cairo, 111..
The Illinois Central Ilvl Iloa l Company now
aUerfor aale the followingdescribed lota in hirs
Addition to the City of Cairo, Tit:
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 21 block 2,
" U " 20, " 27 ' t'l.
- t " tl, 'lA ft,
" tl. " 31 " W.
" " tl, " Si ' 62.
ror tertns.ate. apply 'a JAMES JOH.NSOX,
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDENCE-No. 21 Thirteenth atreet. be.
. ., whmi?ton avenue and Walnut atreet.
umce lit, Commercial avenue, up atalrn.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
pF.aiDENCE-corner.Nmth and Walnut ata,
iVOmce corner Sixth atreet and Ohio levee,
othce noara-from e a.m. to 12 m., and t p.m
R. S. BRIGIIAM, M. D.,
OmCB, 136 COMMERCIAL-AV.,
OBce hourn, 8 to 10 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. Ileal.
nce No. IS Ninth atreet, Cairo, III. decKlf.
ALLEN, MULKEY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William 2. Allen. 1
.Min H.Mulkay, V
JTParticuiar attention paid to river and aJ.
OFFICE-Over PlntNaUonal Hank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW.
VII lam II. ee
William II Gilbert,
rt, V CAIHO, ILLINOIS,
m?bort,tt.V.'on KlTea 10 dml,tUr "d
nrriCI OHIO X.EVBE, E00M8 7 AND 8 OTJCB
CITT NATIONAL BANK.
Th unilersuned. nroririeior. of th,
ih., ,ii,.V.. V' ,,i uner wiem. (.'!?(!
olni.t.d to them, h.rn the aralles card or
lbl.lo ,e mammoth po.ter and at nr.eSI
which leave with our bu.ikV.V rrA.nl..'
n .Kir aendlm their woik v.i i
Chte..!.- lien nV.sr;;""j.y?. .
... . UHKHI.V t i -n
8T. CHARLES HOTEL,
w. v. itKirouo Proprietor.
0011 0110 LIVtl IKtl (tCOID r
The On?y Jftrtt-Chu Uuun n tht City,
mtr Bat( toitaya to
xti row the tiapo
OK AND NEW YEARS BALL
ROUGH AND READY
fonttny '.rniiijr. Jnininr.T I. 1S7I,
t lil. romninv has been ever renjv when
ilsnger called tomvollfc and property Irom the
.Mooring elemchl, it l hoped that every limn
huh. able to Imy a ticket wil do so, nnd assist
The tnriim.tice of arrancc ments have aimed
neither time ncr exnte to moke thl l-al I the
sinrm me season.
I'ntruilt' the Hnuths.
com mnr.E ok ai!han(ii:ment.1'.
AH'IIMHLE DWELLING, containing four
room, pood out houses and other con
enletiees, will be sold on reasonable terms, Ap
ly on the premises, corner Eighteenth nnd Wal
nut slrcets. declctf.
A regular communication of Cairn l.odce
No. 2.17. A. K. 1 A. M. belnff annual meet
ing for election ot officers will be held
at Jl onic nan on .-unnuay evening, urc. nui..
A,. I..', sail, ai 7 o ciock inaru.
, Kkrmt, Sec'y.
PtibllMied every raornlnjr, 31 onclnjr cx.
There will be no paper issued from this
otGco on Tuesday next, Christmas having
been mado a holiday ns much for printers
as other people. "Wo will be on hnnd
agan on "Wednesday morning, bright and
GENERAL LOCAL NOTES.
Octoroon at the Athcneum to-morrow
"Ve understand that Miss Snfford will
deliver her lecture on Saturday ovcnlng
Grand complimentary benefit to John
. Gilbert, at tho Athcneum to-morrow
There will be a grand lunch spread
at tho old Delmonico on Monday at 10
Our merchants and dealers n holiday
goods had n lively day of it yesterday.
The stores and shops wero crowded the
Tho Delta Social Club rooms will bo
thrown open on Christmas day. It is
rumored that thero will bo egg-nog at tho
Tho bank itntcmunt. of tho First Na
Uonnl and City National banks were pled
at a Iato hour last night ly an untoward
accident. They will appear in Wednes
day morning's issue.
Octoroon at thn Athcneum,
Tho steamer T. F. Kckurt, which lef t
for Columbus on Tuesday evening, found
tho ice gorge in tho river this sido of
Columbus impassible, and was com
pelled to return to this port. Twonty
four hours moro weather, eucIi us wa had
yesterday, will b.reak tho gorge, and boats
will be able to pass up and down without
Thero will bo n meeting ol tho direc-1
tors of the Vincont gift enterprise, at II.
Myers' tobacco store, on Monday morning,
at 10 o'clock. A postponement of tho
drawing fur u fuw days will bo necessary,
In order to give tho proprietor of tho en-'
terpriso time to collect tho money duo for
tickets already sold. Arrangements will
bo made that will bo satisfactory to ticket
holders: i.ruud Complimentary Ilcnetit
John V. Gilbert
Athcneum to-morrow Night.
It will be reun by n correspondence
published in another column in this morn
ing's Hullktin, that a number of our
most prominent and inlluontial citizens,
have united in signing it request for n
compliinetury benefit to Mr. John Gilbert,
manager of tho Gilbert dramatic troupe.
Mr. Gilbert has timdu many warm person
al friends during his stay till
city, and it must bo it source of
gratification to him to know that his '
efforts to furnish our citi.ons with n sea
son of theatrical performances which havo
given universal satisfaction, lias
boon successful and highly
appreciated. It 1 hopod tho
Atheneum on Monday night will bo
crowdod, that ovory foot of standing room
in tho house will be occupied. Lot it be
Remember that tho
Will bo tho Play ut tho
On last night The Hullktin building
was tho scene ofa very pleasant occasion
ono which will long bo remembered by
a)l parties with deep and lasting
pleasure. At 0 o'clock, tho cm
ployes of The Hullktin olllcc;numborltig
twenty, met in a room of tho Hullktin
building according to provlotib agreement.
f". Jno. H. Oborly was summoned
UV H tin.l..l 1 . . . . .
-.u. iiiv.-.Bcugur unit mucn to nis sur
priso, WM mado the recipient of a valuable
gold hcad.d cmo, the Joint gift of tho cm-
-.oyes o ma isuitwiK, every workman
.uu ouico iiaving contr butud !.,..
of tho purebmo monny. The presentation
ijeesii was maue by Sir. W. F. Schuckcri
n.t II. i . .
v. .uuugu tuutmcreu ft tolerably neat
thing , beforehand, wassomowhitt bungled
In tho dollvcry, tho speech
makor being now to tlie
business. Mr. Oborly, to whom tho affair
had been kept n profound socrot, respond
ed In what icohM havo been a vory happy
vein, If niter surpriso nnd consequent
luck of preparation had not tied his tonguo
to some extent.
Immediately following tho presentation,
tho whole party fat down to nnoystor sup-
por, prepared by Mrs. John II. Oborly.
Tho euno is n very handsome one. lho
stick is ebony, tho gold head Is elaborately
carved, containing tho following Inscrip
tion, engraved by Under brothers of
whom the cane was purchased : l'resentea
to John II. Oborly by tho employes of
Tut: lli'i.l.KTl.v olllcc, Dec. 26, lflM.
Hector Court will preach to-day nt
10 j n.m., nnd in tho evoning at 7 o'clock
Rov. Fred. L. Thomson will conduct
services at tho Methodist church, morning ,
At tho Catholic church, Father O'llul-
lornn will occupy tho pulpit, during tho
usual hours of service.
Rov. Itobt. Ilelblc will conduct ser
vices nt tho German Lutheran church to
day," morning nnd evening.
-Rev. Mr. McCnrcr, of Evansvillc, In
diana, will preach at tho Presbyterian
church to-day at 10J a.m. and 7 o'clock p.tn
Tho "Warren Sentinel of tho 17th con
tains tho following complimentary notlco
of Rov. Mr. Thayer, tho new pastor of the
Presbyterian church in this city :
Not only tho members of tho Prcabv-
tcrian church, but our citizens generally
aro sorry to loso from "Wnrrcn Rev. II. U.
Thayer," pastor of tho Presbyterian church,
who goes to Cairo on tho nrst ot January,
to commenco his labors ns pastor of tho
First Presbyterian church, of that place.
Mr. Thn-er has been pastor of tho church
hero for about twenty months, nnd during
that time, under his labors, over fifty
names havo bun added to tho list of
mrnbership of his church. Mr. Thayer
is an ablo minister of the gospel n man
of generous impulses, n rapid thinker, n
close re .oncr, it splendid scholar, and a
christian gentleman. It is with many re
gret's that our people part with him.
Vc wish for Mr. Thayer nappy surround
ings in his now home, end that ho may
continue lor many years in uoinir much
good in tho scrvico of tho Great Master
F. E. Albright, Esq, of Murphysboro,
Is in the city.
Cel. Hrown, revenue assessor for this,
Thirteenth district, is in tho city.
Judge Raker, has adjourned tho John
son county circuit court, nnd returned
Hon. II. Watson Webb is at home,
tho legislature having adjourned until af
ter tho holidays.
Judge Allen returned from Jonesboro
yesterday morning, the Union countv
circuit court having adjourned.
Mr. Farnum, of Boston, who has been
in the city for tho past week, left for
homo yesterday morning.
Miss Dr. SatTord has arrived in this
city and is stopping with her brother, Mr
A. It. Sall'ord. Tho night on which sho
will lecture will be ngreed upon and mado
J.IU..1I il us onrv ntnyjns possible.
Tho following wero tho arrivals at tho
Delmonico hotel, Win. Wintor, proprie
tor, for tho twenty-four hours ending at
3 o'clock, ). m., Dec. 23d. : J. L. Hnrrcll,
Norfolk, Mo.; Jos. Courtwny, Charleston j
0. Hallhor, Wctaug, 111. ; M. Stubblofleld,
Colowny Co, Ky.; Wlloy Smith, .Madrid
Rend; John T. Jones, Hickman; L.
Doud, David Ourtlor, Mound City j M.
Ellis, City ; John A. Stone, Str. Quick
step ; Sid. Humphroy, Str. Arkansus
Hello j F. E. Albright, Murphyboro ;
R. C. McDavid, Uloomllold; M. W.
Mathus, Str. Illinois; J.C. Ruukin, Wash
ington, D.C.; M. V. Albright, Ullin;.I.W.
White, Thomas Howard, Jos. Anderson
Newurk; John Connoron, Str. Rbhmond ;
Peter Horton, Cincinnati; Pleasant Ward
T. J. Smith, Mound City; Thos. Treemel,
City ; G. A. D. Raun, UUln ; AY. AY. Spen
cer, Pulaski; .!. Cardel. Jus. Stradcr, St
Rutnembor John A'. Gilbert's
At tho Atheneum
BINE STOCK OF KVEItV VAHIK.TV Of HOL
.sir. J. 0. Carson, Commercial-av., be
tween Mntli and Tenth streets has re
ceived his stock of holiday uoodsiitnd
when wo suy that It is ono of tho largest
and best selected over brought to tho city,
wo tiro not saying too much. Ho lias ov-
crything '.hut should bo kept In a Urst-oluss
toy or funcy goods store. In tho way of
work boxes, he has them of every shupo
uinl form, ranging in prico from fifty
conts upwards; nnd of glovo nnd hand
kerchief boxes, ho has them of ovory style,
In endless quantity, und nt all prices ;
pictures, of tho handsomest designs,
und picture frames of all sizes and shupes
at prices within tho reach of nil. Knives,
forks, spoons and plated wnro aro among
tho attractions of Mr. Carson's stock. Ho
has dolls of every size, from tho most dl-
mlnutlvo to that,of a year old chlldin slzo
in endless variety, and at ull prlccsj; vaccs,
musiu covers, und in fact, anything and
everything mentlonublo nro to bo found
thore. Mr.C. is determined not bo under
sold by any other dealer In tho city, and
has consequently marked his goods down
to tlio lowest living prices. Ho respect
fully usVs a comparison of goods and
prices. Give him u call. declOtf
Tu.v Dollars Reward. Lost nt tho
firo on Saturday night tho 10th, ono Day
Hook nnd ono Sales Hook. 1 will pny ten
dollurs for both, or llvo dollars for either
of said books if left nt Mr. 0. Hnnny's
storo. deo2U 3t
(Hun copy 3 times.
Marriage Guide. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Prico
CO conts. Address Dr. Hutts' Dlsponaary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis
Mo. Sen Advertisement. tf
THE GILBERT TROUPE.
COMPMMK.VTAIIY 1IE.VKK1T TO Mil. JOHN V.
01 I.I! KIVT, MANA1K11 COIttlKsrONDKNCK.
The following correspondence look place
yesterday between n number of our most
prominent citizens and Mr. John V. Gil
bert, manager of tho Gilbert dramatic
Cairo, Dec. 22. 1871.
Mr. John V. (lllbtri, manager of lho tlilbcrl
Uiamatic troupe :
DKAnSlit: Approcintlng your efforts
to plcsso our citizens with a proper rendi
tion of tho drama by your splondld dra
matic company, and ronlizing the im
menu; cxpenso'necessnry to carry on a suc
cessful theatrical season, we, tlio under
signed, would tender you a complimentary
testimonial, to take placo nt as early a
dato ns practicable.
P. D. Rexford
0. N. Hughes.
"Wm. H. Gilbert.
J. li. Hudson.
0. 0. Davidson.
II. J. Rexford, Jr.
D. L. Davis.
"W. G. Hughe".
0. W. Dunning.
John II. Oberlv.
Jns. A. Phlllis.
P. G. Sehuh.
11. F. Parker.
Jos. H. Taylor.
Cimo, III, Dec. 23, 1871.
Messrs. A. It. Saftord, J. II. Taylor, C. W. Dun
nlnjr, J. Il.Oberly, I. L. Davis, Henry Win
ter nnd others I
Gkntlkman : Your favor of yester
day Is at hnnd, nnd in reply would state
that 1 am deeply grateful for your tendor
of a complimentary testimonial, and would
nnmo Monday night, December 'J6th, for
the same. The great dramn of "Tur.
Octoiioon" will bo presented on tho oc
casion. Vur- rucclfllHy, .VC.
Jno. V. Giliiiciit.
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALE.
TflE TWKNTT-SIXTH OF DKCKIt I1ER FIXED
AS THE DAT ON WHICH THE DRAWING.
WILL COME OFF.
Determined to dispose of all the tickets
in his lottery sale,Mr. F. A'inccnt has con
eluded to postpone the drawing until tho
26th of December. Ho Is now giving the
matter his dovotod attention, and is meet
ing with the most gratifying success on
Thorn art six prizes, the principal
prize, as is wen-Known, ueing a spienuiu
residence, that was erected at u cost of $10,
000. The remaininc live prizes are as
Lot 34, block 4, 3d addition to the citv
of Cairo, valued at SOOO.
Lot 3'J, block 4, 3d addition to the citv
of Cairo, valued nt $300.
Lot 30, block I, 3d addition the city of
Cairo, valued at S3U0.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to the city ol
Cairo, valued at oo.
Lot 17, block 45, in the city of Cairo
Illinois, vniucd at ijauo. octudtt
"UNDER THE GAS LIGHT."
Tho Atheneum lait night was well
filled, thero boing n larger number pres
ent than for several nights provious. A
on the former ocension, tho piny " Under
tho Gns Light, " was rendered in tho best
On Monday night, Mr. John A. Gilbert
will tnko n complimentary benefit, nt the
hands of the citizens of Cairo. -Mr. Gilbert
has labored hard to please our people and
deserves well nt our hands. It is hoped
that on Ibis ocension tho house will
SIOSBD, SEALED AND DELIYE'.IED
The County Court met yesterday morn
ing, nnd had tinder consideration th
matter of tho Cairo and St. Louis railroad
An order was made appointing Judg
Hross trustco of the bonds, u position
which ho accepted. In the afternoon tho
court met and tho bonds wero signed by
each of tho mumbors of tho court, and
delivered to Judge Hross, who nt one
deposited .them with tho City Nationa
bunk. And so that matter is settled.
Sugur Toyn, Firo AYorks
Sugar Fruits, ToyAVagons,
Hoys' und Ladles' Skates, in variety,
Toy Carts nnd Sleighs,
Atmorc'a MInco Meat, Clover Honey,
Great variety of Dried Fruits,
Seedless, Hasket and London luyer Raisins,
Canned nnd bottled Goods, in variety.
Poultry and Game,
Choico mixed Candle,
At HnisToi. a SriLWF.LL's, No. .'12, Htli-st.
dec 10 lw.
Atheneum to-morrow Night,
On Clirlstmns day, 10 a.m., Jack AVIn
ter will set one of his old-fashioned
lunches nt tho Old Delmonico in AYintor's
block, only ouuhirgor nnd grander scnlo
than heretofore. Tho bill of faro will con
sist of oystur soup, roast turkey, goose,
bear meat, wolf, possum, &c, to which ho
expects to meet nil his friends,
GERMAN SCHOOL HALL.
On tho 2Cth of this month, tho members
of tho Gorman School Association will
hold n Grnnd Hall, for tho boneflt of tho
School, Thero will bo no efforts spared to
mako tho occasion tho grnndost of tho sen-
son, 'lickots, $1.00, can bo procured at
P. G. Schuh's drug storo and nt E. & AY.
Hudcr's jewelry establishment. d t d
FEATHERS I FEATHERS I
H. Levy & Co., nt No. 03 Ohio loveo,
havo on hnnd und for snlo in quantities to
suit purchasers, ono thousand pounds of
good feathers. Thoy will bo sold nt prices
within tho reach of tho poorest. Families
suppled nt rcosonnblo rates. dec 12-tf
Hriok Sto? i for Kent. The brick
storo, No. 78 Ohio Loveo, now occupied
by F. M. Stockloth, Esq., is offered foi
rent, and will bo vacant on tho 18th lust
Apply to Jno. H. Piiilliis.
For good photogrnphs, porcelain pio
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, cull or,
Thomas, No. 121 Commercial nvomio. Hf
as good workman. Givo him n trial.
Abraham Parker was up on n chareo of
t ngiiting. bviuonco not conclusive,
rcles. Not less than n dozen persons wero
1. r,C-A lit. I, ....... 1.. !,.... i 1
..... in ii) ujuugiiiviu jinsstu
John McCrow, crowed nnd crowed
mil ho got nnothcr rooster to punch his
head. McCrow is now crowing through
tho bars in tho door of thocltv Intl. Mc-
Halo says ho wos a sweet voice.
A...... t , i .. .........
itii;it5t iiUYuii. ituuiiLi'iniiLiuin wiiuiii. i
wns nrrciteJ on Fridav cvonlnn-. on n
llAta.A T a.l.lt- .1 . m t
in tho ease was henrd. nn.l A.im.al w. 1.
&w i'mwhvuiulvvih;)! Xliu UVIUUIIUU I
. . ' , '
. . . ' "'V- .ju...,,...
Tho first gentleman introduced to lho
i-ui.ii uiio ivugusi sjaiway. iiugusi
was up on n chnrgo of drunkenness, but ns
it was only u "plain drunk, " a lino of but
two dollnrs was nsscsscd ngainst him. Ho
had no monov. nnd was sent tin for six
,... . , , . . . , ,
7? g . ' CnrU' l"0 "P0 01
gnincringinomin. Jte wns "tnken In "
by the pollen, nnd Hross dono him
"1 In tl.o sum of $10 and
costs. Ducket piled down tho ducats and
went his wny.
Stephen Hruckanl. an Italian, wns
arrested on n chnrgo of assaulting and
triking. Ho whipped n young man for
Interfering with hi in whllo discharging
his duty towards his wifo ho was giving
hor n gcnteol mauling, lirucknni was
fined f5 nnd costs. His wifo now enmo
and had him arrested for striking her, and
another $5 nnd cost wns assessed ngainst
him. His bill in nil amounted to $25,
which ho paid,
Huy n ticket in
Loflin is tho agent.
-Kynaston, tho popular fourth ward
butcher, will kill somo splendid beef for
Remember Oolllduy's lottery comes
off on Monday next. Loflin at the post-
ofllco has n few tickets left. 3t
Loflin, at tho postofilco is tho agent
in this city for tho sale of tickets in Colli-
day's lottery. Ho has a fow tickets left.
Celebrated Gold pens and pencils
Can only be found nt
E. A: AY. Huders. declTdlw
To havo magazines, periodicals, news
papers, or books rebound, try The Hullk
tin bindery. AYo are prepared to turn
out worK in urst-cinss stylo nt prices ns
low as can bo obtained In St. Louis, Chicn
go or Cincinnati.
Tho nicest stock of
Solid Silver nnd Plated AYaro
Can be found nt Hudcr's.
Thoy sell goods cheaper than any
Ono else. decl7dlw.
With many other fine goods procured
for tho holiday trade by Tuber Rrothors,
la ft lot of vory tli.o iliAfi.oml . Inge, which
it is worth tho whllo for connoisseurs to
call and examine, besides some extra fine
garnet goods, nt reduced prices.
If you ,AVnnt
to get a
Good and fine AVatch or Clock,
Go to Huder's.
They Gunrantco them.
AVhcrc aro you going? To tho place
number C3, Ohio levee, whero they keep
the best fresh oysters, fish nnd game, anJ
tho finest wines, liquors nnd cigars to bt
found in tho city. Open ut ull hours, da.y
or night. J. E. Parks
Hoi for Hully I
New Storo! Now Goods!
Rest assortment of
Cooking nnd Heating Stoves
over brought to Cairo,
on AYushington avenuo, thrco doors nbovo
riiu.i....i. . ........ ! i.
uiuu.. a nun, mummy urawmg win
take placo nt Howling Green, Ky, on
Christmas day, tho 25th inst. Ono thou
sand prizes aro to bo druwn ; 15,000 tickets
for salo nt $1 each, or six tickets for ?5.
Loflin hus tickets for sale.
Alderman Fitzgerald has Just received
from Ireland, n lot of tho finest Irish
whisky. Tho samplo rooms nro becoming
quite n popular placo of resort, nnd it Is n
fuct well known that nt no other placo in
the city is thero to bo fouud better whls-
kios, wines nnd cigars.
Mr. 11. T. Gerould has procured tho
sorvicos of n bell hanger, who will attend
to nil calls for workjn his lino witli prompt
Hell hangings ropalred, ropes nd-
justed, etc., In first clnss order. Lcavo or
ders ut Mr. Gorould's office, AYinter's
block, corner Sovcnth street and Com
mcrcial avenue. dcc.2J.d-tf.
Tho finest assortment of
sets of Jowolry, Rings, Pins, nnd Sleeve.
Huttons, can bn found ut Hudor's
Grout inducements to any ono wish
ing to buy n llrst-clnss plnno or organ
E. & AV. Hudor offer their ontiro stock in
lho piano and organ Una nt tho actual
cost of the instruments. Thoy nro desir
ous of closing out tho stock so thnt thoy
may uso tho room for jowolry manufactur
J. C. Cntson,
Hus n Pino Stock of Holiday Goods,
Retwccn Ninth nnd Tonth streets.
Mrs. McGco having njargh stock of
millinory goods of full nnd wintor stylos,
has determined to sell thorn offnt tho low
est prices. Huts from sovonty.fivo conts
nnd upwards, among which may bo found
flno French fol worth two dollars nploco
t which will bo sold for one dollar nnd
twonty - flvo cents. All sorts of ribbon,
trimmings, good volvots. fW,.r. ide.. all
which tiro offered nt oximmnK- low
I ...., WIH J.lglHIl
street n.id Washington nvonuo, havo re.
1 Ul JIUllnr Urntlmr.
celved u brnn-now lot of tho lntest-stvleil
u.viHiiiu, uiu-iiuge, nngnr rings, Urnc-
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mi?, waicucs, ciocks, oic, una. Inv to thn
public to call nnd inspect tho stock. Thev
"ro nlS0 "gonls for lho Uavls' sowing ran
chlno, Hurdctt organs and St. Louis pianos,
nn(1 oKcr to H'O publiotho bcstbnrcalns to
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o outaincu at nny placo In Southern 111-
w t. nr i...i- i
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iutv "nvo procured uio uost machinory
rorino pirrnoso. tioolTdlw
-Thf. IJCLLKTIN prlntlnir oslnbllsh-
mentis now prepared to rccolvo orders for 1
uiaiiK oogns or ail kinds, largo nnd small. I
Merchants, bankers, officers nnd business
men generally who desiro now sots of
books, should hnnd In their orders. Our
facilities cnablo us to comnetn with thn
first blank book mnnufatorlos in tho West.
both in quality of work nnd price. Par-
beo, wraro Invited to call nnd examine
books and tiricus
"Wo havo no hcsltnllon in recommend
Ing "Willinm Ehlers, boot nnd shoo mnkcr,
as worthy of mot libornl patronage. Wo
know whereof wo spenk wlion wc any hit
worl is (3o"e ln masterly tnnnnor nt tho
lowi prices, iio-uses nothing but tho
best of stock, nnd ho cannot bo cxcolltvl In
tho dellcnto task of making an oxact tit.
Olvo him a call nt his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington nvcnuo nnd
Poplar street, nearly opposlto tho court
house, and wo will gunrantco satisfaction.
Havo just received a nlco lot of
Gold and Ivory
-Jns. Kynaston tho popular Fourth
ward butchor, at tho corner of Nine-
teenth and Poplar streets, is acknowb
C(3SC "'CP the best meats to bo found
in the citv. On his recent trin to St
Louis, he purchased as lino a lot of young,
fat beef cuttle as was ever brought to this
market, two of which, weighing 3,900
pounds, ho Is keeping especially for
Christmas. Ho sells tlio very best of beef
at from five to twelve and n half cents per
pound. Ho has mutton, veal, and pork
equal to any found in tho city, nnd it will
bo sold as low ns tho lowest. Remember
tho place, corner Nineteenth and Poplar
This Mill.is now turning out from
120 to 150 barrels
celebrated " Diamond Point" Meal
which has no equal in this market.
M. D. Gt'NTER, proprietor.
On Saturday, tho 30th day of Decem
ber, I will sell a, public auction tho fol
lowing property, left on my wharfbout
tincnlb 1 for :
3 boxes glass,
1 gas machine,
1 box tinware,
0 boxes merchandise,
1 box glassware,
7 bundles snddle-trces,
1 lot beer kegs,
1 lot felloes,
dlt. J. M. Phillips,
I lis true that Hlankcnburg's Excel
sior Aaloon Is now ona of tho institutions
of the city. All drinkers who like really
cxcollont liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
otc. CO to tho Excelsior saloon, which is
fitted up in splendid style. Hlunkcnburg
who knows how to keep n saloon, spreads
a fine free lunch ovory morning nnd ova
ning, anil, as ho forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens the lunch with music." Ho
has employed tho services of n tlrst-rntc
pianit, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in one end of the saloon
speak out in musical tones. Everybody
is Invited. Tlio best order is maintained,
and ull improper characters suppressed
with neatness, choapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that tho Excelsior saloon
is t thn rnrnepftf Wnslilm.fnn nvennn nnd
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the Under Urothcrs.
Tho munufucluro of
Hair Jewelry for Holiday Gifts
mado a specialty.
Christmas presents in town
at E. & AV. Huders,
corner Eighth slroot nnd AYushington ave
Notice. Tho best entertainment in
tho city is ut tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
nnd rohtnurunt. Tho best music that enn
bo hnd violin nnd plnno. Good lunch
ovorv mornlnc and night. All of tho
finest brnnds of cigars, and tho best St.
Louis lngor bcor, nlwnys fresh nnd nice.
Glvo us ii call.
Harry AValker. Proprietor.
Fiano Tunino. rnrtios wishing thoir
pianos tuned will plcaso address C.
Robblns nt postofilco, or lonvo word with
his brother. Price 3,00 or $5,00 n year, In
cluding nt least two 'unings nnd ordinary
ropalring, strings, &c.
Slsefino Tiooms for Kent. Ton
woll vontllatcd slooping rooms In City Na
tional Bnnk building. Apply to
At City Nntlonul Bank,
Peck, Frean, 4c Co'b London biscuit
nlways on hnnd, corner Twonttoth and
Wnlilntton avenue. "
Vnu nnw ettron. oranco nnd lemon
nnnl rrn n .Tnri'finSOn'S COrilOr Of TWOn-
l'""'! b o
tio.i. Kimni nml AVnshlnirton avenue, tt
Kvnaston, cornor Ninotoonth and
Poplnr streets, will kill, tho day bcloro
(!hrUtmn. the llnost bocf In UlO City. tf.
AllUIVKD AND DKl'AKTKP,
Blenmer. Where, from, Where to.
'L F. Kekcrt Columbus Columbus.
lllVKHS ASH TIIKIH CONDITION.
Hero tho fall In tli't Ohio still continues
ftna 't Is now only about 0 inches nbovo
1,10 lowest water of 1871.
11,0 -Mississippi is still lulling ami is
gorged by Ice In aevera Dlaccs. Tho
strongest gorgo Is nt Kimtnswlck. Thero
. . -
nt Columbus is
In reality not n gorge.
Tim river nt thn Irnn l..,.. I. ...it,r
narrow nnd thero not boinu any current
1'10 'co d08 movo fast enouirh to bo
i,i,o'u i i"" saino titno tno f.cK-
orl went "ow" l,lcro WM n vory I'lgh wind
"lowing up tho stream which had a tend
cncJ' to l0P 1,10 ico ". It is thought
that it will bo cleared to-day.
At Cincinnati tho river is still falling
nlld r'Tsr closed yet.
At Louisville tho fall continues,
At Pittsburg nil tho rivers aro closed
with Icq nnd falling.
Cumberland river is falling with 14 in
ches on llnrpcth shoal.
AtShroveport tho Red river continues
Tho Arknnsas is falling nt Little Rock.
WEATHER AND IIUSINESS.
Tho weather vestcrdny was very change
able. During tho foronoon tho wind blow
a perfect gala which mndo tho steamers
In port put out oxtra fastenings. In the
afternoon it calmed down the sun camo
out and it was qui to pleasant.
Huslness on tho lnnding continues very
1IOATS 1IETWKEN HERE AND RT. LOCI.
Tho R. J. LocVwood left horo a fow days
ago for St. Louis nnd has laid up below
AVllliards. Tho Capitol City is aground
at AVilliards. Tho AVicks, Mountaineer
and McDonnld havo laid up nt Grand Tow
er. Tho Sioux City is aground at Price's
landing 25 miles nbovo horo with heavy
ice around hor.
Tho Fnnnlo Lewis has tied up at AYIdow
AYatcr's. Mary E. Poo is laid up at Jef
All tho nbovo boats aro drawing moro
water than thero Is in tho channql.
Tho Capitol City Is reported in a very
bad condition and fears aro that sho will
break in two.
Tho Knto Robinson started for St. Louis
but whether sho will bo able to get thero
remains to be seen.
During tho gale night beforo last the
City of A'icksburg was broken loose from
tho wharfbont nnd was blown opposite the
stono depot before sho could cho:k herself.
Sho sustained no daniago other than the
parting of her lines.
The Painter No. 2 was tied up a few
days ago for debt. Sho gavo security and
Tho T. F. Eckort is making a fow trips
in the Idlewlld't place to' Columbus.
The John Kylo commenced receiving
for N.iw-Orlenns yoiterday morning.
Tho Richmond is discharging her, freight
which sho brought up from New Orleans
and sho will lay up after sho gets It off.
Tho Mollio Mooro has gono down to
Hclmont to discharge her St. Louis
The Ada Hcilinan after laying up a few
days started for Evanivllle yeiterday.
Tho A'alid is loading her barges for
dipt L. 11. Danhacu of tho Steamer
.Mary Houston died nt his rosldcncc in
Louisville on lho 21st Inst, of pneumonia,
Ho was taken sick In New Orleans on tho
lust trip of his boat nnd tho phyilans thero
gavu lit in up. tie was one ol our oldest
stenmboatmen, and was a native of Vir
ginia and nged 01 years.
City National Dank Bnlldlutr.
.Special attention paid to orders lromaen
boats ntaht or dar."
For Sale. A cottago on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
housos complete. Apply to
AY. AV. Thornton.
imported Malaga grapes at Jorgen
sou's, cornor of Twentieth street und
AVasbington avenuo. tf
AVrkiht's nu pius uiira mlncod me
prepared expressly for family use, at Jor
geiison's. Oysters. Louis Herbert has alwas on
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys-
Found. That tho choicest butter It
at Jorgcnson's Staple nnd Fancy Grocery
New French prunes, currnnts nnd
rnislns ulwnys on hand ut Jorgcnson's
grocery store. If
Joroenson has tho finest supply of
Spanish olives In tho city. Try them
Crystal vlnocar from London at Jor
gcnson's, corner of Twontioth stroot and
AVasbington nvonuo. tf
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Jtattlngor'a Fo-
vor Drops. AVarranted to cure mo cniui.
For Christmas hoof go to Kjnaston's,
cornor Nineteenth and Poplar strcols. tf.
Joroenson has tho best
prcsorvos for salo cheap.
The best French nnchovics n tho city
nt Jorgonson's. tf
Russian surdollcs nt JorgonsonV ; try
Paul G. Schuh soils Eattlngor's medl.
YATtMOUin hloators at Jorgcnon'