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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1871,
TIMETABLE OF TIIK ILLINOIS CKNTIIAL II. .
On and AfterBunday, Mr ,,th ""' w"
nfl time-tablo will govern Hip ir Ivnl nti.l .li i ait
nr of pasnnjter trains nt dm t v
lZnrt Mull train, dally.. 4.ii0 u.ir
Kxprces, dailv - IL'tft "
alrriM-Mall.dally...... a:i '"
Expre.fUttr, except SMtiiday .Vl1'"'
Noehangepf cnrs frnmrnin, m M, I''"'.'' ,
changa n?r.n fmir Celt., I" CMm'- '"'M
riving Room pcin ear mi r,:l'' lr"""
HtM, checked In nil Imporlmil
CAIHO AND JK-UNIi CITY
VfTH make three tri
At 7 ''.I"
II'VIVI W01 MHITI
Al .1" - ".in-
Al II m- '.I"'
, I .VI !:' P m
ji.ni. At n I'."'.
t. b, .. . II ,l,Lft. fnr f'i .'.M.
Will lBC,whn .ullcil, Hi mi) il'"l lulett.i-illAte
Andinglor passengers or frWjiht. nov2Itf.
CAIHO AND loitsville
WlyPackel for fuducali, llvansviit, snd I oh.
Isvllle, the favorite stemier,
I. O. IIYJIAX, JInslrr.
eaves CAlro every SATUDIIAY At o'clock p.m.
For freight or pasgo apply on boarder to
JAN. IIKIUN, AK'I.
CAIRO AND PADUCA1I
The spleJnl steamer
Joe l'oulcr, Muster.
leu C.lro OVtLV. tlinltvs Vicente 11 At 4
m. Fur freUhtor pi.sua npolj on hoarder
JAS. MIUU1H, AC I
FOR SALE, ) For Sale ( FOR SALE,
FOR SALE. J rS'rielFOR SALE.
Fare from LirEnpooL,
Faro from Lokdcndkiiry
Faro from Olasqow,
Fro from QuF.nssToWN
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $48-
Satford, Morm i Ca
Urerpool -.ToIk ahd l'hlla.ldphia
M coxritCT with v.mtid iitriND uniiim
For Carrying tne Mll,
FOR PASSAGE! TICKETS
ox rriTiiia isroixinoN;
APFLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.,
15 Broadway, New.Vork, or to
II. II on fl I,
WAahlngton Avenue, Cairo. nom. 5:
The llllnola Central Ita l Itoul C.impmy now
o"er for aale thofollowliiKdeKcritioil lota In r ir
Addition to th
l.ot Z7 blocK -.
' la " SO,
' 6 " Hi,
C " S2,
Lot 31 block fi,
" 27 " e.',
" 2-) " Hi,
' 31 "
3 " k2,
3J " t.2
apply o JAMRd JOIINsON,
A una' .
ADF.9IIU11LK IIWEM.INn, contalniiiK four
rooms, cood out houaeH and other cuii
venlences, will he sold on raionahle lennn. Ap
ply on the premises, corner Kitthteeiith and Wal
nut afreets. declr.tr.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. J).
RESIDENCE No. 21 Thirteenth street, be
tween WaahinKtonarenue and Walnut Mrett.
umce in Commercial avenue, up Hair.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RESIDENCE-corner.Vtnth and W.ilnut M.
Jlttfe corner Sixth street and Ohio levee,
othee hours from 0 a.m. to 12 in., and U p.m
R.S. BRIG HAM, M. I).,
Orncr., ?A Commf.p.ciai.-av.,
.Office hour", 8 to 10 .m. oit t to a Kin. lieai
lence No. H Mnth .treet, Ciiro 111. deoUlf.
ALLEN, MULKEY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
vYllltarn J.Allen, )
John il. Mtilkey, . CIItO, ILMNOIH.
"Particular UtentioiTpwJ to river and ad
OPFICE-Orer First Ntlonl Hank, Ohio I.evea.
GREEN k GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William It. en, )
M.'e.T.ai.Se'r.:"' J A""J' aUK0W-
0KTICK-OIU0 LEYJEE, R00MH 7 AND 8 OVEU
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
WKiiV4?lV",'pntoriol the Dm, and
a.) hive noio f'; f Job I'rinllnu tyjes,
at they iiii?V- ,T,liey Halter themselves
ynirusiea to them, vji . "' .Ar,r lTwork
".T'tV1 inammdK-,V, . i"iiei cant or
which Uave wlih our buV'';,lr. nd at pricea
u IVr sendlDK their woif " no xood rx.
BT. CHARLES HOTJ-V
IP T iMfvtt...... X..
coxaiaou.o "vt am. stconn ,T
The Only Firtt-t'lau UuK , ,he
Wtf tluAX0 r;0Bf Jti to
tf of eharite.
ud from llw Dall
Of the Condition of the
IiVjVT NATIONAL BANK
or caiko, ill.,
At (lie clo.e of business, Ileceinlier 11, HJI.
l.i.i s n lil-COIllllfl
I -. I.,nis i secure cit'ilih,-
I-, s-. ImiihI . nii'l seciirili s in
I, .m. I
O'll I ' h"i llllll1lllJ IIHlM-
Ill" II. Ill H'll-CIIMIIK Mllll tl-M-.A'
I 'tii. Irein oi!,er .National hnnk
llli"r.ilil lu.iks and blllkels...
! I estali
I urtiitili" nml futures
C.!i Items, Including rvwuile
C M.ill III
4 ,'. f.7
Cimi'tii oxi'i iiM'-..
!(1 .108 72
Cm-Ii ii I iiii'l, In coin...
j i,rH 7:
J I, .n r. :i.
line i"i ...
't.itli nml Ut'f
.'17 II '
iioiit ll'ifi mitpiH'Mlmn.
Hup I't .nliuiinliiinK
jiv.i i":i ei
Ktnin ..f I llinn'. (inutile of .tlpxnnilpr.
I, (;... Iliiglip, cnntner "I uii' I ir.'i .iiioni
Hunk ill I'liirn. iln cilomiilviinr.tr Hint the nlmvo
fttt mefl l true to the ll n! my kno.'ilj;e
mnl liplii'f. . .N. IIIMIIrN.Cn'liler.
fciilii'til.e I nnil xorn to bttoro me, tills si-M
rtnynl I'eeinilier. I;n. . , v ..,
I'lLl. IUt.il.ii'llili.1, .n.i.ti i ii.'iiv
Corrrct Atlet I
Kulil.W. Miller, i
J. T. Ilentilc, -llrcctor.
I. Iliinl. )
Ri:i0HT OF THE CPXDITION
CI TV NATIONAL BAKK
At Cnlro, in the htnto of Illlnnli, nt the tloso o
liusineiis. Duveiiiljer 1",
I.oan nml ditcounti
Oilier i-Kilif, liondn ami
Due fnilll reJl'i'llllnn mi. I
receiving mtf-nt SltlJW fl
inio irotn oilier .Htmimi
Duelrom other Lhnkn nun
Oilier rial estate
Checks and other canh
Ililli of National Hanks
l.'.,3TJ 2.- 170,313 13
4, Ml "I
I.rKl tender notes.
6I,07 ( I
Capital ntock paid In . JlOO.Ojo (i
uiplu s,u;o mi
circulation outKtandlni; im
Kxcliange 7 j,'-M ;n
Interest K.'ijt l.'J
l'rotlt and loss.., 10,20 73 40,t!V) 7fi
Individual depOdlt" 212,101 74
Dun to hanks mid hankera.. .13, Mil I
State or Illinois, Alexander county, a. :
I, W. Hytlop, aslt.tant ca-shler of the City Na
tional Hank of Ctlro, do aoleinuly nwear that the
aiwve si iiemcni la irue 10 1110 iiesi 01 iny kiioh i
wl and belief. W. IIYsl.OI'. Asst. (iihier.
"jubs'ritied and fworu to bfcfo:f me thli 22 1
day of December, ls7I. II. II. OANlil.l:,
Correct attest :
W, 1'. Halllday, )
II. ll.Cutinineliam, ) Director.
(!. I), wililatnion, )
EtnVAKIW WlllTH.-M the ren.len of the
hride'i molhe', by th Ituv. bred I.. Thniinou,
Ciptalti Charles I.dnnnli, nltho ie; .1 ir iiruii , In
Mlna VAUi. White, of Cano,
The intrriaK" ceremony va itnee.l by a
telectcirelo of friend , no linniediately nfter
ward assisted In the sjioil ttinn ifnn ilepint btip
rer. The lirldo and Krooin took the e'even
o'clock train forn tour to Wmhliiiiton and the
ealcrn citio. The) aere follonol by the belt
wishes of relatives im.lm iny friend. We a til
cur own eonsratulutiouH an I ilclresforthe hap.
plnes of the newlj-we Idd pair, and return nur
thanks for tlio Kcneroiu portion of vte ldini! cheer
with which wu were remembered.
I'iiIiIIhIiciI over,)' inornliiK, .llumliiy ox
Kntiu Gilbert' ii lien (.-111 to-nii;lll
iiipcuniiice In tliit eily.
Retiioinliiir 1'' S-itlbril'ii lecture,
lit ili Atlieneiiiii iii-niiirrotv, .Sutiirdiiy,
Ye-tunjHV tlni wentlier, tlioui;li a lit
tle eool, tviit not what inltjlit Im ciillcl ilN
nt;r ceu Lie.
Tlioru was tu k'-Mlinti tin ncro (if tlni
levcu eovcrcil with new wityom yostenlny,
uwniliiii; tritn-iiirtiitloii south.
Remember thu hull to rniiio oil' nt
tho St. ClmrloH hiit.-l to-nllit. It will bo
the e;rfinuYt hull nf thu seiuon.
The ico in tlie Mi-kiiiipi rivur him
begun t" break, nml hir'i (imntltles worn
lloiitcil Juwii th.i river yterilny.
l'robitto court, .Initio Hnnn ireshling,
ndjoiirnwl yeitorduy. There w is mi iinn.u
ully lurs;o amount of business to triinsunt
this Uirm, inoit nf it nf n very intricate
Work on tho cutum hmiso h drawing
Its alow length uloin Jus rnjiidly at tho
tittu of tho wcuthur will jiurmlt. It will
bo ready for occupation ttomo tiiuu early
in tho spring.
--Lost on yertorday evening, iibutit
7 o'clock between tho residence of (5 . I).
Williamson and .1. (J. Barman on twelfth
street, a umiill gold watch. Tho flndor
will pk'iiio hmvo it at (i. D. Williamsons.
The (lilhcrt troupoglvo their lait per
formance in tliU city to-night. From
Cairo thoy will go to Nashville, whero
they aro to meet Jno.Ieiriiri ami uup.
port him in his luimitablo " Rip Van
Mr. and .Mrs. W. W. Thornton ru
jolco In tho possession of a boy baby, us
do ulo Mr. ani -Mrs. Craham. Thciu aru
nucr nico iviirmmus prccnu and no
wiubtato duly uppreeiuto l by tho grateful
lo-.ij.ini, positively thu lu.t night
tho drains uoupo will appear in
this city. "Ffthon ' tho Crlel..,! i,.
bu-n placed upctii,0 bill for tho last
nignijanil wolmvo no.junbt it wj) draw
a mil nouto.
A fight occurred at the VKksburg
housoon Wcdncfdnj night, In which sev
eral of the participants were badly used
up. Onoman, an Irishman, received Mxor
oven ugly looking cut about tho faco
and head. Tho partlc were all arrested.
Alderman Fitzgerald lias Just received
from Ireland, a lot of tho fipest Irish
whisky. Tho snmplo rooms nro becoming
quite a popular phtco of resort, and it Isn
fact woll known that-at no other placo In
tho city Is there to ho fouud bettor whis
kies', wines and cigar?. '
The tug Cacho will mako ono trip
oilween Cairo and Mound City on Satur
day evening, thus affording thoso residents
of Mound City who dclro to hoar Miss
Saflord lecture to do so nnd return homo
tho same night. Half faro for the round
Tho citizens of Cairo will bo called
upon to-day by a committee of tho Rough
and Bendy flro company, to buy tickets to
their ball, to bo given on Now Year's
night. So gentlemen, don't bo bashful,
but go down for your weasel skln, and
To have magazines, periodicals, news
paper, or books rebound, try Tin: Bulle
tin bindery. Wo arc prepared to turn
out work in flrst-chtss stylo at pricc ns
low ns can bp obtained in St. Louis, Chica
go or Cincinnati.
Hon. I). W. Munn has rcturn-
cil from "Wnslilntrtnii nnil I- .-
ing about for room suitnblo for
thoofllco of supervisor of Internal revenue.
Mr. Munii will have his headquarters
In this citv. Tito attaches of tho of
fice will consist of three or four clerks,
and two or three detectives.
Groat inducement' to any ono wish
ing to buy a ilrst-chiss piano or organ
E. & W. Ruder oll'et their entire stock in
tho piano nnd organ lino nt tho actual
cost of tho instruments. Thoy nre desir.
ous of closing out the stock so that they
may use tho room for jewelry manufactur
Tho attendanco at tho Presbyterian
church, last nitrht, to hear tho Rev. Mr,
Stotishton's lecture entitled " l'.irly Poll
lien, was not largo. lhoe who were
present, however, aru iiniiiilmut in their
praise, and sav that Mr. Stotighton N one
of the most eloquent speaker" that have
visited Cairo in tinny years; -
Tho Alexander county, circuit court
will convene on the third Monday in Jan
uary next. There is a largo criminal
docket to bo disposed of. In the county
jail there are between thirty-livo and forty
prisoners, and besides these there arc many
persons who have boon admitted to bail.
Tito county jail needs cleaning out moro
Hum any institution wo know of.
Tin; i-prightly young man of the Sun
in his amazing wisdom, declare tliat Prof.
Raymond does not od out his reports
under his signature. Ho would have us
my ora his signature. Dolt'.' Hut, maybe,
the shining light of tho Sun has been
taking icons from the professor and
therefore knows n thing or two. Which
remark U kindly nude u under our hand
Mr. II. T. Gerotild hai procured tho
Slirvlll'- lf (l l.fel llUtl.F--tu1l.-U.lll u!l4llfl
toall c !! f. ir work In liWIine with prompt-ne-j.
Hell hangit.gs repaired, ropes ad-
jii'ted, etc., in first class order. Leave or
ders at Mr. Gerould' office, AVinter's
block, corner Seventh etrcnt find Com
mercial tfvonue. dec.'-'l-d-tf.
For the accommodation of thoio resi
dents of Mound Citv who desire to attend
MUs S.tlVor I' lecture, on Saturday
evening, tho tug Cache, vili leave tho
wharfliott at Mound City for Cairo at 7
o'clo ck, p.m , of that evening, and will re
turn to Mourn! City nfter tho lecture
Fare, for tho round trip, half priea. Ticket
can ho purchased in Mound City, of Mrs.
Dr. N. It. Cusey and Mrs. W. It". Ilnmhlc
lcin. The present week tun been eolebrntcd
by tho colur.il portion of our population
in truo Southern faihlon. Parlies, i"i"
and ' hoe-downs ' have l""" "' order of
thoeuk,nml fr"" night till morn of every
niht .luce ChrNtmas thy colored Leilas
nnd bciitix hnvo laughed, danced, ate, flirt
ed and f'ljoyod themselves without stint.
Tho fuitivltle will ecntinua till New
Year'i- day, and end with tho beginning of
Tho children of the Mitsion Sunday
school enjoyed n b.uinliful supp.-r spre id
for thorn in the Christian church hist
night. Thu furu comprised subntiiiitiuli
and delicacies of every sort. The tables
wcro spro.nl with t-iTto and care and tho
littlo folks were waited on with much at
tention and kiudiiuas by thu ladies in
charge. Tlu alf.iir win uu enjoyalilo ono
tlirotighii.it and will not cojii bu forgotten
by tlio participants, largo or small.
Tlio Ruder Brothers, cornor Eighth
stroet and Washington avenue, have re
ceived n bran-now lot of tho latest-styled
breast-pin, oar-rings, flngnr rings, brnc
let, watehes, clnvkt, tic., und in", ito tho
puhlii i s call und inspect tho stock. Thoy
aro also ngonts for 'ho Davis' sowing ma
chine, llurdett orgti'isand St. Louis pianos,
and oiler to tlio ptiyliotho best bargains to
lie obtained ut any placo in Southern Ill
inois, The Bulletin printing establish
ment Is now prepared to recelvu otders for
blank books of uB kind, largo and small.
Merchants, bnukors, otllccrs and Ini'lucss
men generally wiio deslro nuw sets of
books, should hand iu their orders. Our
facilities cnablo us to compete witli tho
llrst blank book manufatories in thu Wist,
both In quality of work and price. Par
ties desiring any description of blnnl.
book work aru invited to call and examine
books and prices.
E. C. Pi'inco, St. Louis, Mo; R. M.
Ford, and B.C. Thatcher, Sir. Illinois!
1). O'llhikc, Str. Hollo St. Louis; D. B.
Cady, Union Pacific It. It.; W. Reven
migb, Odin, Ills.; W. V. Conry, St,
Louis; ,1, 11. Henry, Mound City, Ross
Fonvuwnl, Cluelnnall ; II. L, Shtilt, Du
lluquo, Iowa; J. Stoughton, Atironi,
His; II. 11. llolmus, Memphis, J. V.
Riluson, " Valloy of Va.j ' A. Mitdholl,
Chicago, wore at tho St. Charles hotel,
-M.r A, C. Williamaon, of Littlo Rock,
Arkn'isns, bus been In town several days,
inchargoofftlol of flno cnttlo, most of
them purchased nt Areola, Douglass coun
ty, Illinois. Among them nro sotno of tl.o
finest stock In tho country. Uno mingiou
roan hoffcr, threo years old, weighs, 1,530
pounds, and ono yearling bull, weighing
114 pounds nro tlio llnesl over Fcen in
this city. Mr. Williamson, also
has n lot of flno hogs,
said to bo tho first ever placed in tho stock
yards al this city. Mr. C. Harris, of lluil
on, Michigan, has about thirty heads or
n.l ealvea in tho same yards. Mr.
II. is on his way to Galveston, Tosas, witli
' . - i
this stock. Tlioy nro mostly ol uevon Uctorizo tlioso of Professor Denton, ana ot
short homed and Ayorshiro' breeds.
-To-night-last night of tho Gilbert
0 . ... . . I
t,n t!,i1r. " I'niirlion " Is tho nlov. I
siuu pu - - -
Tho following were tho arrivals at the
Dolmonico hotel, Win. Winter, propric-
tor, for tl.o twenty-four hours ending at
' , , Q . tn. c,
0 o'clock p.m., Doe. 18, 1 :-.Jan to. Car-
son, Cincinnati, O. ; Henry Taylor, St.
F I Chester 0 W. Slwbor, Mound City,
I',', : I . m;Mi"Ml yj
III.: Geo. M. Sanders. Columbus, Ivy.;
John Cinnonon, Str. Richmond ; G. K.
nii...n o. t .,t. r.. . ii t. Wiimer.
Mound Citv, HI. ; P. II. Ilrnnham, Sir.
""""""i" ' ' '
Kate Kinnoy; .lames H. Iner, Olnoy, III. ;
M. .T. Sanders, Chicago, III.; M. H. Byrne,
Cltv ; Thod. Sederburg, City ; Ethom A-
. -wt . II- CI f..-
Freeman, Anna, in. ; .'luii;"".
.i,m, rti., jv. rt. rntitip
W. .L Glbbs Vienna, III. ; u. . ivtng ;
. . . ... S ... I'll .. I
.' i.vii.i ruin
Ilk; Rmsom Thompson, Limo ,'0LU'
t t..l II....1. I
Ark.; Capt. Conrad, sir. Argonoui. vii.i".
Suds, St. LOUIS, .MO.
. m I
On Wcdncs lay evening the following
ollicers elect, of Cairo lodgo No. tin,, ma-
.,,. ,. nre Installed tD crvc the en'iiint;
sons, were lnstaiiui .
l,'r,n : ..
John McEwin, W. M
Geo. B. Poor, S. W.
W. B. Kcrney, J. W.
Byron G. Blake, Secretary
Chris Hnnny, Treasury.
F. Korsmyer.iSr. Deacon.
M. D. Gunter, Jr. "
Fred Whitcomb, Tyler,
On tlio same evening, tnoioiiowing oincr
... .e iv.i... i... i.... v.. r.r.s tl. tn.iiilleil :
Hiram Bixby, W. M
John Antrim, S.W.
P. G. Schuh, J- W.
M. L. Dunning, Sr. Deacon
Honry Elliott, Jr. "
Jas. A. Phi",:, Secretary.
J.S. Barclay, Treasury.
Dr. -Mary J.S.llord will lecture in tho
Athcneum tc-morrow night. Every
seat in tho building
should bo tilled. The
needs no introduction or recommendation
to tho people of Cairo in those columns,
Well known by many of them personally,
she is known to all of them by her welt
earned und honorable reputation. -Miss
Saflbrd.has been an extensive traveler, ha
resided in sotno of tho learned capitals of
Europe, and is an accomplished scholar,
Hor lecturo cannot fall to bo deeply in
tcresting to tho public. Tlio proceeds of
tho lecturo wl'.l bo carefully expended by
thcladieoftho Rcnuvulcnt society (incota
plianco witli w ioso request Dr. Satford gen-
(TOU-IV ,'OIIM'llieil II, laiuivts.. .,. c
fit of thu poor and dctituto of this city-
Tickets nro fifty cents apiece, soventy-flvo
cents for reserved scats. Wo hope to seu
our pcoplo shew their appreciation of the
worthiness of tho object of tho lecture nnd
of tho high personal character of Miss
Satl'ord by greeting her witli a crowded
lioit'e. Koine of our largo-hcnrtcd citizens
Intend to purchase ten nnd some, twenty
tickets. Let othors go and do likewise.
In view of tho many complaints against
tlio conduct of insurance companies lately,
whether founded or unfounded, tho under
signed take pleasure in bearing witness to
tlio fair adjustment nnd prompt payment,
in cah, of our clnlms ngnlnsl till) ANDES
and Amazon insurance companies of Cin
cinnati for building and mcrclinudi-c nnd
dwelling nnd furniture insured by tlioo
companies and destroyed by flro a few
days since. Tlio money comes t us on
this day, a it were, like a Christina gift.
B. S. 1 1 a it it i: i, i..
Mits. John Si i.i.iva.v.
Cairo, December '-'.jtli, 1871.
0. N. Hughes, Ager.t nbovo named
eompanie, at Cairo.
THE ROUGH ANI) RBADWS.
On Now Year's night tho annual ball of
tho Rough and Ready lire company will
co mo oil. The committee of arrangements
nro making every poiblo preparation to
insure, its success. There is no ono who
will say that thu Roughs do not deserve
well of tlio property owners of tlio city,
and it is Imped that oven' man iu tlio
city, who can, will nt least buy a ticket,
oven if thoy cannot attend tho ball. The
company aro in need of funds. Thoy
hnvo buill a now and beautiful cngino
house and want monoy to pay for it, Buy
a ticket to tho ball and In this way con
trlbuto to a worthy purpose.
LICENSES FOR 11172,
-Merchants, runnors, saloon keepers,
draymon and all others interested aro
hereby notlt' 1 that city licenses for 1871
will oxplro o 'ho 1st day of January, 1872.
A prompt renuivnl will bo required with
out further notice.
M.J. Howi.ev, City Clerk.
F BATHERS! FEATHERS !
II. Luvy A Co,, nt No. 03 Ohio lovoe,
luivu on bund and for sale in quantities to
suit piiichascrs, ono thousand pounds of
good (outliers. Thoy will bo sold nt prices
within tho reach of tho poorest. Families
suppled nt reasonab'.u rates. dco 12-tf
Notice. The host ontcrtulnmont iu
tlio city is al tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
and restaurant. Tlio host music that can
bo hud violin and piano. Good lunch
every morning mid night. All of tlio
llnost brands of cigars, and tho bosl St,
Louis lagor beer, always fresh nnd nlco.
Givo us a call.
Kauky Walkeu. Proprietor.
Yakmouth blootors at Jorgonson's
Kutlicrlord, lenn. ;.... r ... ;'',..... v(,,,. Jf,
Read tho folldwint.' communication. It
speaks for Itself i
SykauUsk, Nov. jfith. 180 1.
To tlio editor of tho Syracuse. Journal:
...... ... .... .i ..... i. ...
.nil uvi mjuoii iiuui inn.
ho unprecedyiitedly rich
,,1 ,. bn, ,r that n.n
Aro ou aware ot mo
treat which is now
to our u ItiXGiiH nt WietinL' Iln.lr 11 vt
.i... I 11... i.i ..f Ihnl hill
would bo nluhtlv crammed to its utmost
cniiNclty. I tindertako to say, ond 1 say It
Ue bernte y, that tboro bus novor i.een
delivered In our city a series of scion lllo
npiiiriis. 1111 niiv iipii aninnnt. iinin.HiiiL''
.. tIl0 mprlt nn(1 intros, .im, cmr.
which last evening' was tho third. Hav-
i .. ii.i... a., a ... . ..ru..... it.... i ........ i
uig niuntu iu two vi vnusu inruu, i i-uiiiiufc
rest without urging our intelligent citi-
4 1 ' 1 ' .. . 0 , 1 1 I
iLnra io two oi uioso inrno. i cnnnoi
zens, lcarnca nnd tiniearneil, old onu
icnrncu mm iintcarneu. oiu nuu
a . si . ...it
Imagine n beautifully written book,
wheso stylo is nt once elegant, graphic,
vivid, nnd familiar; put that book on two
,t nnoiy bainCcd
i,rnn t tno m doquent tongue
of perfect Huoncy, .d you have nfac
i'ifeof Professor Denton. I sat, last even-
ft Iltut or.dc.ivorcd to analyo tho charm
f ..t,.,'.,.. uttnri.,
syllable to tho lasl vivid picture holds his
nudienco snoil-botind: nnd this is my can-
ot.,.i..n a ...t...t ...llnel.. n.l...,i..,l ii.
tho study of tlio earth's structure, history,
present condition, nnd futuru career lias,
ml futuru career has,
stlc but patient study,
Vfr.s of cnthusla
research, travel, ana
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lerence, niado ilsclf
IUt as laminar witli
..... ..l.wl M-n,i,l II
I. ,1,1 r iniinirv. ns vou
and I nro with olir daily avowiloti. Ana
tnrougnoui ins lecturo no wants tnnisiago
iiuu uuii ai lauiiuariy as you no ni
llllll IlllkM IIH lllllll I inn V 114 1111 fill IIL I
That is tho secret. AVhilo his sentence,
'll IIIVOIUl, I'l I. Mill HC fllll.l.l.' OUO f
ninely Itirncd nnd transpatont as crystal,
aro immciso. r leioric. anil logic, o uoes
. I. l...fl...A . II. 1.
tllk , jt , , fcclltm,c,. t...,
in pictures. Hisown splendid faculty of
realization compels his ntidicuco to see nnd
JAj1. wllh ,,,., Hero is tne signllcant
fact, thnl speaks moro to his credit than
nil else I could jy : tho school children, of
whom I hope to sco moro ntcach succes
sive lecturo, nnd tho vicst scknUie gentle
men and ladies of tlio citv. nro iillkn en
tranced with interest, and carried nlotig
bv the steady lido ofdistinct imagery nnd
instructive t ioiil' it.
In conclusion, 1 earnestly urge alLwlio
7 . " - - - . . . .
desire to arc tho inlnrnnl strucluro of our
nlnnnt nt il i. nml ntiilnmlniiil elenrlv I
i0W it eamf t0 i,0 g0w)mt changes it is f
now. n our day. utidcrifoine: and what lt
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is rw,i', iicsbiuei, vi iu ue, iij cu wia
cvenlng.haturday, Monday, Tucday even
ing, witnotit mil, nnd iietr rrolessor ucn
A. Teach ek,
Whero nro you going 7 To tho placo
number C3, Ohio levee, where they keep
tho best fresh oysters, fish and game, a:iJ
l'10 ",ic't wines, liquors nnd cigars to be
found in tho city. Open ot all hours, d.y
or night. J. E. Paiiks
Hoi for Holly !
New Store! Now Goods!
Best assortment of
Cooking nnd Heating Stoves
over brought to Cairo,
on Washington avenue, three doors above
Wo have no hesitation in recommond-
ing William Elilers, boot and shoo maker,
r ...v.i nimral natronnse. Wo '
know whereof wo speak when we say his
work is dono in a mnUorlv iminnor at tho
loweet prices. HotiU's m jibing but tho
best of slock, and ho cannot bo PM-ullnl in
tho dclicato task of making an exact tit
Givo him n call at his shop on Twentieth
6trcet, between Washington nvonue nnd
Poplar street, nearly oppoil tho court
house, and wo will gu.trantco satisfaction
J. C. Catson,
lla n Fine Stock of Holiday Goods,
Between Ninth and Tenth streets.
Mrs. MeGeo having n .lnrg,. stock of
mllllnory goods of fall and winter style,
has determined to sell thorn olfnt tho low
ed prices. Hat from seventy-five cents
and upward-, among which may bo found
fine French fol -vortli two dollar npioco
which will bo sold for ono dollar nnd
twonty-llvo cents. All sorts of ribbon
trimmings, good velvet", flowers,, etc., all
of which nro ofiored tit extremely low
Ja. Kynaston tho popular Fourth
ward butcher, tit tho corner of Nine
tecnth and Poplar streets, is ncknowl
edged to keep tlio best meats to bo found
in tho city. On Ids recent trip to St.
Louis, lie purchased as lltion lot of young,
fat beef cattle as was over brought to this
market. Ho soils tlio very bet of beef
at from il vo to twelve and n half conts per
pound. Ho has mutton, veal, and pork
equal to any found in tlio city, and it will
bo sold as low as tlio lowest. Remember
tho place, corner Nineteenth nnd Poplar
On Saturday, tho 30th day of Decem
ber, I will sell at public auction tho fol
lowing property, left on my wlinrfooat
uncalled for :
!1 boxes glass,
1 gas machine,
I box tinware,
II boxos merchandise,
I box glasSworo,
7 buudlos saddlo-trccs,
1 lot beer kegs,
1 lot fullocs.
dlt. J, M. PniLi.ii's,
II is truo that Blankenhurg's Excel
sior saloon Is now one of tho Institutions
of tlio city. All dririfcors who liko really
oxcellcnt liquors whiskies, wines, boor,
etc. go to tho Excolslor saloon, which is
fitted up In splendid stylo. Bhiukonburg
who knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
a lino froo lunch ovory morning nnd eve
ning, and, us ho forcibly oxpros?cs it,
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." Ho
has employed tho services of a tlrst-rnto
pianist, wlio makes tlio grand piano
which stands In one ond of tlio saloon
speak out in musical tones, Everybody
is invited. Tlio bcsl ordor Is maintained,
and till lmpropor characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that tho .Excolslor saloon
is ut tho comer of Wellington avenue nnd
DEATH 01' JOHN IIOI'KOOOD STAnilRll TO
Till'. HllAHT DIXON, TIIK M UltDLItlllt,
About tliro" o'clock In tho nftornoon of
Ciiritmas day, John Ilopcgood, n negro,
,iv' -" T. 'tth, street, near Hit) M.sslsslppl
Icyop, as lestlllixl by Laura, to give her
children some clnislums prosenls. Hope
met John Dixon, another
negro nt the house, nnd a quarrel oniucd.
Dhnn told IlntK'i'nnil. tliatlia had nil old
gruugo to sottiu Willi linn, ami inai
,1,... Im.MII.. ullli Ii n, nml t int 11.
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Mlopcgood) must stonr clear of him.
"W. " IT .. cv, ence,
nnilrtn.ni.H n iivnp n mt'irrnl with III nil.
r . r .1 i i
until the hitter applied to him somo vory
harsh epithets. Dixon said "yoa d n
I son of a h h you must keep clear of
me." HonoKbod retorted using Ian-
iMinmiif t Im anniu rliumrter. when Dlimi 1
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n " '
,unlorl" ,,C"r l"U , ,
of the breast. They wcro sopnralol and
1)1t n ,of, n. , , ,,, .,, .., ....
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ion inni ii wna in ins wnvuniisreroii-.
On I hursday evening, however, Hope
good was standing in tho.doorofa negro
1,,,,, n T,mi, Mr Co.Ur. when
Im em soon to rer.l nml fill. I Ileum nick- 1
- - - .
led tin and t ikon Im tho ctihln. nnd died
ni up and t ikon lut i tlio cabin, and died
jn l(011t flvo mlnu les niter. . .
in niiotii uvo tnirm tc niter.
' Coroner Gosnmti was nollflcd, and a
iury summoned.- Dr. Hull was called
to make a post mortem examination, which
he did In tlio prosenco of" tho Jury,
T,,0 flnwj (, t!lu doctor' .Ultement of
his opinion ns to the death of Hopegool:
'1 oxamined tlio lody of John HopcgooJ,
ond I find that Jiu ciimo to his death by a
stab in the heart, inlliotod with a small
pen-knife, in lint right lobo In tho upper
in lint right lobo In th tiipor
Laura Wright, ut whoso h jusp tlio stab-
blng was done, testilied
'On Chri'linas ilav.' John Hopetrood
camo tomy liouc, ami nid no iiud somo
tirescnis ior me cniiuron. , .mini jixoii
. . , ... ... . ....
waa lucre, uixon sain to nopcgoou mat
bo had an old grudge to sottlo witli
him. liotlCL-UOil said lie had" I lot J I i 1 1 LT
against nun ana did not want any quar
rcl. Dixon called Ilopcgood a "d n
. f I 1, ' nh,l ll 1.1. Ilinu. In
i dv. . ., ...... ...v.. ...vj ,v
tlghlng nnd Dixon stabbed him in tho
breast, I then ran out of tho room and
saw riiiinoroof the light.
Aftof 'hearing tho evidence before Ihoin,
tho jury rendered tho following verdiiTt
" e, tiicitnuersignea jurors, sworn to
inquire of tho death of John Hopegood,
on oath, do find that ho cams to his death
by n stab from a knife in tlio nana or
Isaac Waldor, foreman,
C. H. Evans,
M. J. Howloy,
J. W. Johnson
I). A. Bheutan,
G. M. Seymour,
The ofllcors were last night on tho look
out for Dixon, but up to n .lata hour had
not succeeded iu capturing him.
Piano Tunino. Parties Wishing their
pinnos tuned wl'l please-address C.
Bobbins at posloftice, or lpuvi:4',Wlird with
' brother. irlwf,iloory,ofii year. in.
eluding nt loiut two 'linings and ordinary
repairing, strings, A-e.
M.w:utA(ir. Guide. lnteroiting work
numerous engravings, 21! 1 pages. Price
60 cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth f5treet, St. Louis
Mo. See Advertiseiur nt. , tf
"SbEEri.vo Rooms von Rent. Ten
woll ventilated sleeping rooms iri City Na
tional Rank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
A veiit the Evil. If mothers would
give Mrs. Whitcsinb'it Syrup 'to their
children when sick, mortality would bo
less nmoiig tlicm. It costs only 2.', cents.
Fon good photographs, iporcehiin pic
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call ot
Thomas, No. 121 Commercial avenue. Ut
ns good workman. Givo him a trial.
BmcK Sto; ron Rest. Tlio brick
storo, No. 7P )hio Lovoe, now occupied
by F. M. Stnckfleth, E.q., is offered fut
rent, and will bo vacant on tlio 18th itist
Apply to J no. B. I'll i i.i. is.
Fon Sale. A cottngo on 12th street
containing 7 room's, cistern and out
houses complete. Applv to
AY. W. Thornton-
Fon nuw citron, orange and lemon
peel, go to Jorgonson's cornor of Twen
tioth .street and Washington nvonue. tf
imported Malaga grnpea at Jorgon
son's, corner of Twentieth street nnd
Washington nvenuo. tf
Whiciiit's no pins intra minced men
prepared expressly for family use, at .lop,
Pi'.uk, Ftti'.AN, Aj Co's London biscuit
always on hand, corner Twentieth nnd
Washington avenue. tf
CiiYbT.vi. vinegar from London nt Jor-
gcnsi'n's, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington nvenuo, tf
TUIILIO NOTICE Is hereby ulven that tho ns
J. sesHinent lista for tho year A. I). 1871, have
lieeu nlaccd 111 mv hand for collection and tint I
will attend ft) tho ililtereul preciiicWinAinxnnder
oouniy, inr uio purpose oi coiieciinc; inu auuu
ami county taxes tor said year, nt tlio timoa and
piacoa loiiowing, lO'Wii :
In Jliulowooit, at Miles llurtllim' liouso, Jan
nary 25th, 1S72.
In Unity, at John Kiiiith'a atoie, Junuary 271 li
In Clear Creelr, nt Ciiatead & l'rovo'a store,
Jtnuary 2'Jth, 1872.
In Thebes, ntJ. 0, ItolI'vlnjt'H store, January
in hnnta Ko, nt Virgil Dchmny'a aloro, January
In' tioo'so Island, nt O, arccnley'a atore, Feb
ruary 1st, 1872. ,, ,
In DiiK Tooth, nt Thomas Martin h House,
r.l.pnnrt '.'nil. Hl'2.
1 will iilso attend at Iho Court Ilotiso la Cairo,
peisoniUIV or by ucpiiiy, umins, ,u. uui u,
i'libi uarv next, lor said purpose. Under Iho law
I will he compelled to enforce the. colleetlun ol
personal taxes ilurliiK tho month of I jhiiuiry
next, thercloro tax-paycra will bear tho fact In
mind und save uoais, which will certaicly be
added niter Hint time,
N. II. Tax.payera will avoid trnble nnd nils,
takes by brliiKing with them tl.olr last year's tax
reCe""" ALEX. II. irtVIN,
Hlienir. and ex-otllslo Collector.
Caho, Ills,, icc,2'.i, im.
AltltlVKl) AND DKl'AUTED.
Bteamcr. Where from. Where to
tl tl ui T I V fV
',ull l'0111 4 u '!"
Crescent City N. O
G. W. Tlion"
P. W. Sir,. W.
K. H. Diirfeo.,,
,.Sl. Louis.. ..N. Orleans
.Ins. Fisk. ,
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CONDITION OK TIIK UIVKHH.
The Ohio at this point Is rising again
but It Is thought It will bo of short dura
lion ns the late rise nbovo hero has slop
ped. At Pittsburg tho rivor continues fall-
. " ' A "
that it will close again ns tho weather up
there hs, been very cold. The Allegheny
has I feet In tho channel nnd falling. At
,.,,.,,.., r!vr ,. , , B vrv
h'". "M"U . l" r.r. " r ,,n8 "r
1,11,0 .. ""vigatiott lias been
pnruatiy suspended on account
of tho ice. Tho river nt Louis
, ,', , , .
H"-'cnal. 1 ho Cumberland river Is re-
vlllo is on n stand, witli 4 feet H Inches in
.. .....1......... ... 1.1. on I....l.. it...
. . s " bo ArkHiuas eont nue to
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u '"" ,'01" ll,c "'" ,n 1,10 r,ver
decline At St. Louis the fall in tho river
continues and with heavy Ico. The gorges
rtlll remain solid and hnvo plnced several
boats in precarious conditions.
Tho Missouri rivor raised four feet und
It was thought that tho sudden rise would
probably break up. tho gorge at Sheep
, ' . .
Jown tho Mississippi, but there
lenrs of its bocoming gorged, ns tin
Lirge Holds of new-made ico passed
lenrs of its becoming gorged, ns tho current
is swift enough to prevent it. Steamers
givo tho deptli of water bctwocn hero and
.Memphis as being f feet. Al Reeves
bar below Memphis but 5 feet can bo
found. From hero to St. Louis thcro
only about Ii feet iu the channel.
nUSI.VESS AND 'WEATHER.
There was considerable activity dis
played on the landing yesterday by steam
ers taking on nnd putting off their enrgocs
The weather remains cold and ice is
tnado cverv night.
M IKCELLANEOL'S NEWS.
Tlio Eddvvlllo has been chartered to
run In place of the Arkansas Belle. SI
came in early yesterday jnornlng with ra
tner n light trip. Harry Dexter presides
Iri the ollice.
Tho G. W. Thomas reshipped her trip
on tlio Nick Longwortb.
The Illinois is off tho Mound City ways
und will be ready for business in a hor
Tho Strador for Now Orleans and the
St. Joseprifbr Memphis cleaved with good
The Bella St. I.ouls came in from Now
Orleans with but littlo freight. She will
load again for. the South.
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former going down and tho latter lound
up are hard ngriund ot Rcovcsbar on 1 the
of Cairo Im sent to Momp 111 fo
Tlio 1'.. II. Dnrfebni rived from St Louis
nfter being 10 dnys'on the wav. She tills
out her freight list lrere.
Thu John LumsJeo did not extend her
triji below Pnducah.
Tho Crescent City left 2 tof her barges
hard nground at Point Pleasant. Tho Mo
hawk left for tlint placo. with a tow. She
will lenvo hur barges and pull tho Crescent
City s barges off and return with them.
Tho former will toko tho Mohawk's tow
on down from Point Pleasant.
Tlio ico at Blssell's Point broke loose
Thursday night and went 'by St. Louis
with such a noio that tho citizens wcro
awakened from their sound slumber', nnd
a great many thought tho world was
coming to an end.
Tlio Capitol City turned over her Vlcks
burg freight to tho Julia nnd Alls ont
hero with Now Orleans freight.
City Nnlloiinl Itniik Iliillilhsir.
ns.Special attention paid to orders Horn sKani
nit.s nicht or d.ava
OvsTEits. Louis Herbert has alwas on
hand n fresh supply of Saddlo Bock oys
.loud exson has tho finest
Spanish olives in tho city.
Found. That tho cholccsj butter k
at Jorgcncn's Staplo and Fancy Grocery
New French prunes, currants and
raisins nlways on hand at Jorgonson's
grocery storo. tf
Fiust Nation!. IUnk orCimo, 1
Doccmber 2, 1871. I
The annual mretlnjr ol the stockholders of thl"
bank fur tho election of Directors for the en
huii.u year, will bo hold nt ita banking house In
Cairo, on tho second Tuesday of January, 172,
botwecn Iho hours of io o'clock a.m. nnd 4 o clock
p.m.' C. N. IIUU1IES, Cashier.
Ohio Lever, near Ntoise Ppot,
J. D. SCAN ON E, PBOPRIETOR,
Frortli Shell Oysteru Rccoivcd Daily.
Ivoenq always on hand llaltlmoro and Blobilo
Oysters, which Ii w ill bo glad to aerva to hla cua-
turners iu tho best oily.
HIDES! FURS 1 1 PELTS! 1 1
33 XT Ki E T T fie CO".
Have opened n Hldo Sloro In Thornton's Work
Tenth atrtet, whoro the highest cash prldn ttll
bo paid for Hides, (sheep I'olts, Kurn an4 Tab
low, o w 111 pay higher prices tluu was over bo
foropaid for tho anmeai tides lo this cltv,
Como nnd see us,
oolCtt DUUNETT k 110,