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(ETAIILK or Til K ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. I.
n nl nflTHnndat, JU 14th 1671, the follow -lltee-iable
wil itovern the arrival nn.l depart
of pUHOntf train At Cairo!
.r-Mii trni,uiij .......... ,','"!!!'
lr l ,ila,ly .... - " '
Kxprena, daily, er i.t Sunday a.a)p.m.
.ok o'-a.-a from Cairo to ms". sw.
r ut Hooii tleepinr ' on n'Rht lrID,
Mlte ihecked In all Important DOlnti.
CAIRO AND MOUND CfTV
Will make three lrfr d1'-
T ..-...tn. I At ii&l .a.m.
II ., ,.m. I At 1:9) P m.
4 30 p.m. I At fl p.m.
Fare each ay, ' cental 10 tickets Tor i w.
" v."Y..r.; ;..r,r.
EVANSVILLE AND CAIKO,
II leave Clro for Evantvill- every sunaay anu
reia it or pittae, apply oj board or tt
Uai f ' J?. 1IIGG3, Agt.
I1IIIP1KI v.riuiiK-, w.w. ...iu. . w.
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
.MAIL IIO AT.
The splendid teamer
.i Cilr.i i .. -iiiltn excepted)
m. Vji Irsiiiior pi ri apn'i ooboardor
JA. KIliUN, AII'I.
Cn-cberlnn I Itlver lneUct
NASUVILLE. CLAKKSVILLE AND
The pleniiil steamer
TOM HAKJ:N..M.ler ( AI.UX. HAnr)....CIerk
Will dare C iim rrv Tu'ljf at J o'clock p.m.
for Ci,kv lie, and ShTiHe. For Ireislit or
pa.ffe,ap Ij iiii wan or o
jao:tf m mans, Aat.
NAtiUVILLE, CliAKKSVILLK AND
The ga'.lant tleamer
OWfcS DVHM.tr I . Clerk
Will leate Cairo etery Situr'ay at 6 o'clock p.m.
for Nn.litilie, CI irk.nlle mul nil way poiutn. Fur
freight or iais pply on t anl r to
JanJif. J AS. 11H1G9, Ag't
The t;ood teamer
Wlt.ET SIMM3...Matcr -Clerk
Will leave Cairo every Monday at & o'clock, p.m.
for Nashville, and all way po'tn For frelsht or
iiajMge, apply on board r to
janStf JAS. II10(5H, Al.
i.npiionAxr th ki;tn.
FOll SALE, For Pale ( FOU SALE,
' I Frr Sale I
FOR SALE.jForUoFOn BALK.
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Lo.vjJC.viiEKrtT
Faro from ULAbOow,
JFuro from Quke.nhtow.s
TO CAIKO, $ I 8 'J 0
Satlord, Morm Ci , Kent'.
Liverpool .Veir.Totk ani I J 1 1 1 . t Iphii
ma coaTiirr with ryirr.D itith. isn rmri.n
For Carrying tne Mall.
for passaTk TICKETS
ok ri'tTRia i-iroiM.iio
APPLY TO JOHN Q. DALE, Aot..
U Broadway. Nrw.Yotk, or to
Wahinetnn Avenc, rirn. noit, ji
The Illinois Central IU I Com..ny now
eflerfor le the lollOirinjdei.ribed loi In fir
AUdiuonio in Liiy n( c.ro. vit :
Lot H block 3).
ImX 21 block :.
" IS "
6 " H,
' 3 ' W,
Forterms.ele. apply VJ
1 1 I
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" si ' n.
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. I).
REILi: F .No. SI rrmeeolli tt. be.
t !,iniion nn-our .n I Wlnut tre t.
urci Trn nefi'mi .td i.- up .tair.
C W. DU.V.VI.NG, M. D.
RFlti,iBS!:.,'n-,,,,,5'',0,h Wlntit Ma.
om.e in . -front m.v.x1,r
ALLEN, MULKtiY k YlIEKLKtt
William J. Allrn.
Jolm II. Mil key.
Samuel P Wiiwlcr,
BWI'irlicular attentiou (d to river and ad
OFriCE-Over First National Hank, Ohio I.evee.
GREEN & GILBERT,
William II. een
Willi. m II fiilbtrt
Milea F. Oilier!
V8tecim attention vlven to Admiratlv and
OrriCI OHIO LKVEK. ROOMS 7 AND 8 OVEE
CITV K ACTIONAL 1IANK.
BT. CHARLES HOTEL,
J. P. RXFORD Proprietor
Cilia ono uvit a ico.0 ,T)
lht Only Fxrtt-C'au Ifouie in lite City
jm lafcfaf 4BTy t lt froa thtPyot
T1, Finp .oil Klettnnt l'onitT PucVol,
Will le.so fl-al i ' .nir r ,,t miner
of t liw whi ; .
Pill! MK.MJ'IIIS, (luiwuum. ......
T,e rtguhr Culm end New Orlc.tn picket
. E. NF.Al Mutter I J. STt'TT NKAL,Cletk
WlintairM above, l"iini!y evemrnr, J""""!!
llth. po-ltttely. I'r frfii(litorptK,,ppl) "
t, ar,l, or t the office ol either w mTa'tWal!
FOKMKMrillS, V1CKSBUKG AND
The excellent paengrr pv k'l
nr.o. iTii:.Nui;uoKrt vCeIi
14th. For Ite'sfit or pa'-nRi" app y on iKjaril, or
at the otace or either wnariooai. jhiu. ....
ruhlNIiiMt every mornlitc, .Mo ml ay ex.
OUR BREAKFAST TABLE.
fiVHKA.li WITH LOCAL UISIIKS.
A loeiablo oftlie 1'rcsbyterlan con
grrgntion it on the tupii.
Tho next sociiiblo of tlio Lnda'
Ucncvolent A.tocution will bo nt Uic rctl
denco of -Mrs. Arihur Koyle, Wulntit
itrccl, between .N'inth nnd Tenth street.
Tlio Hlbernicon wn, n usuiil, well
attotuled. It Is h Rreat pity tlio person
who describes tbc piuiornmn cunnot fpcitk
so tbut his uiiUicnco can umlorslnnd him.
Ho might ns well talk Greek ns mumble
intho manner fashionable with him.
POMETIMES CALtEO T0011 MAX', I'UUOIKO
Hilly Johnson, imitating tho cxatnplo
of tho Orunt officiuls, yielded to the temp-
talion to steal, and laid violent hands upon
a pair of shoes iu tho storo of Antrim.
Judgo Uross bound him over to the circuit
court, and William now pines in Fitzger
ald s palace.
A passenger on tho Great Republic
n Now York doctor, with a long, unpro-
nounciiblo Irish namo frenzied by bad
Vtouor obtained on tho boat, becamo dis
orderly and lgMli, and was presented to
his honor yesturday morning. Tito Juugu
kindly passed by tho minor cll'ense, and
lined thu doctor 5 and costs fcr drinking
(iUnmbii.it whisky whilo Cairo whisky was
us chuo n- tlio Dolmonieo ami ilerburt s
Foolishness of this kind is an irifringment
oftlie nuw ordinances.
TlT-niTH THAT DON'T AMOl'NT TO MUCH.
Judgo Green has been at Metropolif.
Judgn linker is getting ready to hold
a big court in thU county.
Circuit Clerk Harmon is prowl of n
twolvo pound girl, a new addition to his
Mr. Oborly has received bis commis
sion from the governor, a a director of
tho Cairn A- Si. Louis rnllmnd company.
Chns. H. Kead. tho rather questiona
ble New York llernhl correspondent, is
entertaining the people of Memphis with
Mnjor Munn u nt Springfield endeav
oring to manipulate tho legislature in tho
interest of Gun. Grant. IIu is insisting
on a resolution endorsing Grunt's nd
rniliiurntion, to ol)'ct tho resolution lutely
ndoptod approving Senator Sumner's "ono
term proportion." Daniel is paying lor
his prowndor, by working fur tho man
who gave him tlio soft place he now occu
pies nt the official (loth pot.
The sale of tobacco, tttthu " Ifallard
Warehouse," yesterday, were vory well
attended, contidnrlng the very limlttd
notico given, and tho bidding ' itpiritod.
Prices nvcrtiged higher than nt the con
cluding sale of hut month nnd were en
tirely mlUtKulory. A lot of cotton, part
which was sold in St. l.ouW four d a
"KOi'Vn'wjght one cent more here than lit
Cairo ha.X(.i.ancB forn seiicntiou nnd
th. question U, l0 ,t ? H1(u
shoeellpie New Yo,,. ci,ie.a nd St.
Louis'? Shall the li. .,.
uorld, how prince, should Entertained ?
liiu i inn till
Ki.f'li'tv U in it tiipiiw.ll .f
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oenwins it naving iu IhjoIs U,j1cj
lirujiurniioii uir tnu coming
has oven gouo to far as to invest in
to nn unlimited extent, in view of hit
needed proximity to royalty. Tho tide-
walk on Levee ttroot it to bo repaired, but
time will not nllow tho windows to bo
cleanod, that light may bo thrown upon
the storei of goods which nro deposited be
hind4thelr obscure panes, nnd so tempt n
plethoric purse. Rut Cairo will don her
best on tho -8th Inst., for tho Grand Duk:
will be hero on that day to bo honored by
an inspection of its business nnd beauty.
Vidt telegraphic dispatches. If a com
mittee i appointed to receive II, I. II.,
yo local suggests, tlint it bo of a polyglot
character, since tho Duke is n linguist.
He thinks in four languages, writct in
one, tpenks two, swears in his vernacular,
plays poker in English, "antes up'' In
Kutilun, chews tobacco in Hebrew, drlnkt
lager In Dutch, prays in Arabic nnd shoots
Infiiour. Or perhaps tho labor of enter
tlnltigtnoy be io divided us to embody
all the above languages in one ponon. Wo
merely throw out the niggejtlon.
THE CAIRO JMILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1872,
Tlio county Jttil U full of rascals from
J'atl nciili and Memphis.
. -Tlio court leaks too much nt the bung
hole while it tnaUos a t;ront do about
saving at tho splggot.
"ho eouniy court Ipivo nppiintl Dr.
Wood county phyic:an nt tlio Hilary of
last year, when Dr. Wadgymar wns wil
ling to do tho work for S-5 less.
this? Here Is a drop
wmtcd nt tlio
Judge Marcbildon, with tlio solemii
gravity of nn owl, filed his objections to
the tax to pajWVihe interest on
"zo bonds of zo Cairo nnd St. Louis rail
road company.'! nI),i ii)on) with n much
owlish gravity signed "zo bonds."
Tho court ha4 solemnly informed the
public that tho HVLLLTIX bid for print
ing blnnks for tho county was rtlusod be
c.iuo it wn "too high," nnd have in-
structcd Judgo Uro' to correspond with
forcitin nrlntins eattiblislimonls to as
certain nt how low rates tho btnnk can
bo furnished. This all reads
funnv In tlm liL'llt of tho fact that
thccoutitv does not purchase in any
ono ve.ir more thnn ?30 or $100 worth of
blanks. Hut n strange part of the mnt
ter is. tho court know that we can nnd do
print their bl inks at n much lower llgaro
than Culver, l'tgo A H.iyno; and tho
strangest part of tho inatttT is, tlio court
took their own refm.il to accept our bid as
nn oxcii'c for procuring from St. Louis n
book of county orders, paying therefor
SIO, when, if they hud allowed us to bid,
wo would gladly havo printed as line n
look ami linvo bound it much better for
POLITICAL POT PIE.
A DISH TUV. I.V0IIKU1E.VTS OF WHICH ARE
NOT VKttT PI.ATA1ILE.
Tho pending municipal election.
What tiro we going to do about it ?
Tho Intentions of Clerk Howley, in
reference to a candidacy for re-election,
havo not yet been mado public. If per
mitted, wo would casually remark thnt
Michael j';rks tin; duties of tlio clerk's of
fleo bald-headed is, in eliort, n bully, first-
-Mr. Pope, citv attorney, will, rumor
is saying, consent to becomo u candidnto
for re-election. Ho has been n very
efficient officer. A much worse city nttor
ney might be selected , n much better ono
ono morn attentive to tho duties of tho
offico it would bo difficult to find.
How would Conncilmnn Paul V
Schuh do for mayor 7 Ho has hnd it year'
cxperienco in tho city counci', nnd has be
como well posted in city nfi'airs. In tho
mnyor'd office this cxperienco would bo of
irreat uio to him. Wo bclievo ho would
do; but then, you know, wo don't know
whether hu would, liko llarkis, " bo wll
Twool thusccontl ward iilUeriiion vn
cnto at tho end of tho second mtinicijia
term. We Insist tlmt Dr. JJuuning thai
Hep into tlio shoes of ono of tho vncntcrs.
Tho doctor would provo to bo a city father
of tho exemplary kind. Ho can under
stand n question without having it beaten
into his head with a sledge hummer, or
bored into him withu pod u tiger, and if
ho could be induced to accept tho candi
dacy hu could outrun tho field.
T'ie ways of tho " Grn'thoppers'' who
hopped nhout tho city la-t spring ju.-t be
for cltction, nro mtsterious and past find
ing out. 1 heir plnns havo not been devel
o,ei yet. "Woollier thoy will nomlnato n
ticket, or lei tho cussed thing go by
default, has not, at this writing, trnns
pired. Some of the leaders of the pnrty,
wo aro informed, have becomo pnsjivo.J
Tho loveo merchant who has been
mentioned its a cttmlidnto for mayor on
tho municipal reformers' ticket has lately
had some experience, although not very
unemi raging experience, as n runner for
office. Ho will not, however, consent to
allow his inline to bo ucd, utiles, a heavy
pretturo can ho brought to hoar on htm.
A couple of friends of his called on him
the other dav nnd volunteered tohlm their
support, when ho waxed wrath and drove
them from his pretence nl ' lie point of a
pitchfork, lint his friend should not bo
dircotiraged. They must still persist in
their determination to make him run. oven
if, while they mttko tho attempt, ho should
coinpol them to run or grind them into
Hour, or powder, or corn meal.
Tho administration of .Mayor
Laii'ileu has been ouu of
incalculable benefit to the city in every,
respect. Ho nnd his council linvo brought
scrip to par, from llio iilinoU worthies)
com.itiou in which Mayor WtliOti left it.
Thoy havo dori'i a treat amount of labor
on tho street and sldewalki, mid hnvu
driven from the city thu horde of thieve
and gamblers, nnd tho swumi of low
bawds who infested it last year. Person
and property nro safer thun they havo been
for years, and in every wny tho city gov
ernment Inn changed fur tho bettor. If
tho people nro wise, nnd place in offico
next month men who will conlluuo nnd
Improve upon thu policy innuguaratcd last
spring, Cairo will bo benefited by
l-ir nctlon for yom to come. Hut if
1 1,10 "llow designing men under nny pre
texttin. .0citv i,,, jnl0 t)lu wil-
60,,,,,n I"v, tho dnv thoy do so will bo
an evil day f, w,r c,jy AVu lmvo klurtea
on the right path ,M , contimll) l0 Wllik
in It, until wo havo le.H:iliro t0 thil .,.,.
pcrlty which lies ahead ol .t tuu ,lcar
H. Levy A Co., at No. 03 Ohio
havo on hand nnd for miIo in quantities to
suit purchaser, ono thousand pounds of
good leathers. Thoy will bo sold at prices
within the reach of tho poorest. Families
cuppiod nt rensonnblo rates. dec l'.Mf
Kconomt. Ry indrg Mrs. Whllcombs
syrup for children, many n tloctor's bill can
bo laved, and much tull'erlrig nvortcd.
Rend the advertisement In another column
SERVED TO PLEASE TI1K IIADS WHO SIT AT
The ynmi2 colored Men of tho city
so wo aro Informed under tlio direction
of KiV. Mr. Shores, aro nglUting the ques
tion of organizing a Colored Yuttiig Men's
Christian A'oeiallon. o nru willing
this mnvemei.t should go on. It is in tho
r glu direction. O.tr young colored mm
might be nt less profitable business than
praving. Thoy might be plnj ing " kerds,"
or bo engaged nt some such nmusemont ;
nnd, wo need not say, that would bo highly
very highly extrcemly highly wrong-
Praver Is bettor thnn card playing. o
havo found It so; nnd can therefore advise
our voung coloreU renuers on tins suo-
Ject liko ono speaking with a full knowl
edge of the subject, which is authority
No one will doubt this who heard Den
The colored fellow-citizen is opposed
to using tlio school money tn paying white
teachers to tench the young colored Idea
how to shoot, nnd Deacon William Aber
nathy advises his colored friend to cn
join tho school directors from paying tho
salaries of tho whito teachcri who nro
employed in tho colored schools. Happy
thought I Uut the injunction mightn't stick
Courts nro very uncertain, nnd Judgo Ra
ker is h radical; but wo nro almost sttro
that, if Deacon Ahernathy could bo In
duced to suo out tho injunction
from Judge Rros' county court It
would stick faster thnn n cocklo bur in
sheep's wool. Thero Is no doubt of thl.
Tho county court enn do more than that
ven if it wishes. Ry nil means, let Den-
con Abernnthy apply to tho county court
for nn injunction to restrain tlio radical
school directors of Cairo from paying the
chool money to whlto teachers. Thev
have no business with tho money. If, how
ever, the county court should go back on
the application, tho court of Judgo Slian
ncssy will still bo open to tho colored
man, nnd the Judgo will not hesitato even
for nn instant to give Abernnthy the nil-
potent injunction. The board of school
directors should bo taught a lcson, nnd
nn injunction will teach it to them if any
thing in the world can.
The colored daughters of tho man
nnd a brother indulged in n leap year
party on Thursday night, in a hall on Com
mercial rivenue, between Seventeenth nnd
Eighteenth streets, and, with tho flaming
beaux who wcro present, took pepper in
their'n. Tho way ol it was this. Tho
daughters of tho man nnd n brothor wcro
dancing with a hearty good will right
nnd left, cross over, ladies' chain, half
promenade, swing on tho corners, nnd nil
that; nnd eyes looked lovo to
eyes that spoka again, nnd nil
that, also, when the sensitivo noso
of n "fair black belle," tho especial fn
vorito of n colored hotel keeper who
abides on Commercial avenue
"down town," epoko sneczo to
his noso which sneezed ngnin,
nnd then nil went on as sneezy as a snulV
manufactory. Kvery last daughter of tho
man nnd a colored brothor was compelled
to sneeze, nnd tho no,o of each son of a
colored woman nnd a sitter responded
with a sneeze long ana lotw. ah ..i.
Tlio musicians cc ised their dulcet strains
nnd sneezed, nnd the dancers dancing in
tune diiublo shuffie, Olo Virginny, etc.
stayed their heels and quieted their toes,
nnd sneezed. The ball sneezed to a close,
and tho indignnnt dancers made searcli
for tho cause of thtir sneezing, determ
ined to closo its eyes if it walked
on two legs. And it did. It was
n mnn, reMdenco unknown. He
hnd taken n position in the room above
the ball room, nnd slyly dusted pepper
down upon tho bends of tho colorod d in
cers through the stove pipe holo , nnd, of
courc, thoy sneezed. We mako bold to
say, thn cause of that sneezing ought nnd
is in dutv boiuid to bo nshnrncd of him-
IIR0II.ED, FKIKD, STEWED, AND RAKED;
bEUVED HOT AND COLD.
Tho ttnlwart Mcllulo nnd his gang of
Indigent ordinance infringers, contintio to
do tho city much good.
Tlio city moves nlcng vory smoothly
under tho now ordinances. They nro n
great Improvement on tlio old patchwork
known ns tho revised ordinance'.
A bondholder a man who holds n
Cairo bond calling for 53,000 writes to
one of tho municipal officers that ho will
soon visit the city to obtain his money,
nnd requests tho officer to have the small
amount ready I Too officer proposes to ac
ccdo to tlio gentleman's request, nnd is
now searching for tho called for 58,000.
At ii meeting of tho board or alder
men last night that body concurred In tho
action ol tho select council giving to tlio
Rough una HrmW viiglno five hundred feet
of lioso, nnd to tho Hibernians two hund
red and fifty feet. Ahhrmcn Swaync,
Cunningham and Wnldor were nppointed
to uid the city comptroller in tho arduous
bminoss of purchasing the hose.
A number of tho mcmbors of tho firo
department met at tho city council cham
ber last night, mid nppointed tho mayor,
Assistant Chlol Engicccr Swnyno nnd
Presidents Eichbnch, McIIiile and Jteer
wart n committeo to draft rulos for tho
government of tlm department. Tho com
mitteo will meet nt the mayor's offico on
Thoro is ponco prevailing in tho ranks
of tho polico forco of tho city. Its mom
hers nro as placid as woll, as n summer's
sen, or words to that eficct. In the night
timo they nro its wakeful its owls, ns noise
loss as prowling kittens, ns vigilant ns
' the wiUch dogi of tho tronsury," and
as harmless ns doves unless you mako
them angry, nnd then thoy nro us terrible
i" nn nnny with bnnnori. Thoy hnvo
mado tho city a model of peacefulncts and
morality. In It no longer nbido tho gay
boys who Hriko from tho ahoulder nnd
handle their llKi,t fingers with skill. It
law becnino-thatik to tho polico forco
and tho influonco of this religious louriinl I
tho abodo of church.goors nnd peoplo
who are about ai honest nnd upright m
"Py In tho world. An ofrieloni n
force, nnd n rolittlmu irurnalMlbn t.,..
i'JtfLLKTX.v, nro a trensuro.
The bmrd of nldnrninu havn
tnlned Unit they mny.by reselution.prohTh.
It n citizen from storing in Ids ,,wn or any
body's hoiMc i ).1,imniahlo timter!al, such
as hay, or sliiivlng-, or w ml, or cotton, or
ii'ld so forth. The ollmr ilnv
mined n resolution nt K, F. L!ivi, order
ing htm lo not Horo h ry in n hnue of his
un Sixth strict, and wore nbotll to wipe
him out, when tho solect council dropped
In their oar nnd saved him. Rut, bv the
wny, is not Mr. Davis n little cnreless iu
mnklng n liny mow of tho houso ho Is
using on Sixth street for thnt purposo ? Is
ho not endangering tho valunblo property
of tho citizens whoso houses nro eloo to
his liny warehouse ? Wo aro n young mnn
in search of information, nnd do not wish
to bo oll'enslvo, but, really, we should (you
know how it Is yourself) like to know.
The board of alderman, In which the
light oftlie keroseno lamp of tho high old
intellect of Aldormnn Winter illuminates
every dark subject, lias looked horns with
tho select council called. In tho parlance
of tho bummer boys, the houso of lords
nnd tho select Gentlemen, In a cool man
ner procullarlv their own, persistently
convinue to rofuso to surrender to Alder
man Wliiw'i pressure. Thoy will see him
do deed (d dj firt, nnd then wont.
Wherefore, is it asked, Wfa contest of the
horns the nldermanic horiiangjilrist tho
select horns? Its emtio docs not v., iuc
truth, nt tho bottom of a well,but in tho cis
tern question. Tho Wintorish branch of tho
city council wish to have constructed
a number of public cisterns, tho mntcriitl
to he bricks tind cement. The sclcetish
branch nro nlso anxious lo nccom
modntc the public with cisterns, but insist
that they shall bo constructed of wood.
Even Councilman Wood, brick man
though ho is, is for wood In tho proposed
cisterns, nnd McIIalo wouldn't object to
havo Wood in them eithor. And so tho
fight goes on. " Hricks,' says tho "Win
torish party; "wood," shouts the solect
men. In 'ho meantime, whilo
tho great fireman leads his small
but efl'ectivo host of brick men ngninst tho
wood heaven forbid wo should call them
tho wooden men of the select council,
tho public, with n placid philosophy-
good boys! endures the wnnt of n better
supply of water for tho use of their firo
ongines. Now, nil this is wrong. Can't a
compromise, be effected? "Wont Alder
man Winter yield a brick ' Ho knows
that brick cisterns in Cairo hnvo been
lailures thnt they nro much more expen
sive than wooden cisterns, and less dura
ble that money put into brick cisterns,
liko tho water that flows into them, will
leak out. "Why, therefore, don't ho como
down ? If he should ho wont feel bad
and we shall bless him pat him on
tho back call him n bully boy wrap him
in tho American flag nttd npplnud Ills noz
zle. "We would, indeed, if Jack would
DREAD ANI) BACON.
Wo havo no essential changes to nolo in
tho general market since .Monday's re
view. (Jrnin nd Hay continue very dull
Oats show n little firmer feeling owing to
more favorblo reports of the Souther mar
kets. Hav Is lllelcss there nro no hov
ers in the market.
Country Produce is slow. There is no
demand, except for Eggs.
Tlio weather is clear nnd exceedingly
plcnsnnt for tho season-
FLOUR. The market Is easy and un
changed. Salc were
050 bbls. ViiriolisGrudc $o 2on8 SO
" on orders 0 W)aS
" Cholco Family, from storo 8 00
" Low XXX, del. cn orders 0 75
" U hi' Trimpli " 0 7o
" XXX 0 75
" X li 00
" Low Super 6 23a.r oO
" Good " del 5 50
CORN. Continues dull nnd materially
uncbnngrd since last review. Sales
80 tacks White.in smoll lot COc
.100 " " from storo 50c
4 cars " in bulk on track,. -19c n 50c
30 " mixed in sacks 53c note
11 " " in bulk on track.. Men I Ho
OATS. Hnvo ndvanccd slightly nt
.Memphis and Sow Orleans, which induces
n better fooling than wn3 the case at last
roviow. Sales wore
3 cars in bulk, on track 37c
12 " -Mixed, In sacks I.'lal5e
1 ' " " " del.. 15c
18 " Galena, " " del., 45c
1 " Mixed, " " on or
ders, del ICc
1 car lllack sertl oats, iu sncks,
HAY. Tlio market Is Hat thore Is no
demand nl any price. Sides were
1 car Choice Timothy, del 521 00
3 cars " Mixed, del Sl'J OOaPJ f,0
RUTTEK Plenty and dull willi
scarcely tiny demand. Sales were
200 lbs. Cholco Roll '22c
10 pkgs. " " 20c
5 ' Ordinary Roll, 12cnl5c
EGGS. There is a fair inquiry for
eggs. The supply is scarcely equal to tho
demand. Sales wero
'-'5 pkgi. Shippers' count, 'J8cn30c
600 do.., " " l!8cu:)0c
POULTKi'. Is in fair demand for lo.
cal trade nt previous quotations. Sales
10 coops, Chickens, mixed 2 50a3 00
1 box dressed " per doz... 2 75
150 lbs "Turkeys 15c
li doz live " 11 00
PROVISIONS. Sulns wore
'.'Hlegf, Lard "... OJc
1000 lbs cle.tr Sides, dry salt.... Ojc
PORK. No sales of Jressod hogs re
ported. Sales of mess wcro
03 bbls $13 75al4 CO
MEAL. Tho market Is dull nnd decli
ning, caused by an unfavorable stato of
the market boloiv. Sales wero
50 bbls, Steam Dried, from toru
on orders 300a3 15
Steamdricd lol '2 00n3 00
I 3U0 " Kiln
" 3 00
J 200 " CityStenm "..
..,,,,.,,,,, I'Vrto W
THE WATER PITCHER.
1101.1)1X0 TWO niVKIt", AND NOT FCL1.
AT VII AT.
ARRIVED AND r'-lRl Kl.
H'Miner. Where ftotn. Wli r! lo
Uoghony Relbi ..Putghiir N. Orlonni
;'7,!J'I Kviivllle...N. Orleans
'v V,irri" t- Louis
?', . t .'' Oarevvillu
Uh'ttc e Wl i ,
'".'J' U' do
L"oKoul Cnpo Glrnrdcnu
CONDITION OP lllr. IlIVF.itS.
Tho river nt this point Is attll rising
tuoiign nt n slow rntc. This riso which is
out ofth lenneseo river It t thought will
nmnuii to hut little.
Ctiinberland river Is reported on a stand
with live feet on Hnrpeth Shonli
The dccllno nt Pittsburg continues with
4 feet 0 Inehni in the rh.innel.
At Cincinnati tho fall continues every
day with 18 inches in the channel.
At Louisville It is still on n decline with
nhout 8 feet in the canal and 0 feet In
The Arkansas Is rising slowly nt Llttlo
The Ouehltn rivor is rising nnd hns
good stage of water.
Tho Mississippi is reported lo bo rising
nt a vory slow rate nnd n rise of two feet
Is expected, which would hoof some benefit
to the channel, for at present there aro
only fifty inches iu it nnd it docs not pny
nny slcnmcr to goto St. Louii nfter what
freight she would bo ablo to bring out on
t't much wator.
HeiNES AND WEATHER.
The landing printed nn nctlvo npponr
nnce yesterday nnd boats weto getting nil
the freight they could well handle.
Tho weather continues fair nnd mod
crately warm. A heavy fog prevailed
early this morning.
Mlsl'KI. LA N KO IS M ATTER9.
Tho Glenconnd Lady Lee arrived from
St. Louis nfter being aground sevcrnldayt
nnd encountering various other difficulties
In that now nlmost unnavignblo stream
Tho Glcnco wns drawing live fctand hnd
lodotible trip nt ono place
The Toll wns ndding largoly n!l day
yesterday nnd Capt. Rrady said he would
havo nil ho wanted when he left, which
will bo to day.
The Dexter, Hownrd nnd Idlowild, were
detained sovernl hours by thy fog night
before last. Tho hitter boat cumo in with
n big trip of freight nnd peopl
The danco on board tho Great Republic
was the dunco ol llio senson. nor large
and elegant cabin was filled with a hirge
number of Cairo s fair daughter, and ugly
sons, who tripped tho light fantastic toe
till nearly morning. An elegant supper
was served at 12 o'clock to which they did
justice, when tho dancing win resumed
for fc'vcrnl hours, when they nil wcr.l
homo well plea'ed with the evening's en
Tho Thompson Dean when she left
hero had all tho freight alio wanted nnd
left plenty behind her
Among tlio Great Republic's pa-scngcrs
there is n largo bridal party who g' to
Now Orleans fur a pleasuro trip.
Tho Allegany Hollo rl Lnrea pafiid
by this port without landing.
Tho City of Vicksburg, hound up, and
tiio City of CliC'ter, bound down, nre
both aground nt illmrd - tied hnvo put
their freight out on tho bank The
Jacobs is assisting them
The Lookout raised steam yotcrday
mid hopped out for Capo Girardeau t
bringdown nload of freight for the Indi
nun. dipt. Kelly, late of tho linker, wn
on tho roof.
St. Louis wants tlio government to np
propriato tho sum of 5300,000 to put her
harbor in condition. What In the world
has tho governmcn, got to do with her
harbor ? If the city does not possess energy
and means enough to protect her own liar
bor she is certainly not entitled to an
Still it is true thai something ought to be
dono to it, for it is in u very poor condition
for tlio vast number of steamers that do
The Kilguur nnd Mitchell nro coming
out of the Ohio with big trins for New
The Lumsden camo in from Ntuhville
with but a slim trip of freight. She went
up tho Mississippi nfter a lot of corn ye;
Tlio .Mary Davago wa still discharging
yeitcrday. She is re-hipping it big lot of
Charlie Goddin was up from Kcimont
trying to engage freights to several tte.im-
crs from thnt point.
Ruck Davis, clerk of the John Lums
den, was rather indUpoed yesterday.
Tho Lady I.ee had to lcavo part of her
trip nt Jacket Patten s. oho stores ner
freight that sho brought down, on tho
Porsvlh and will return for tho balance.
STEAMBOAT BUTCI LER,
C'lly Xntloiuil lliinU lltiildliic.
tts.'tycci.il attention paid toonlcri Irom slesni
oata nlKlit or iliv."u
WINES ANI) LIQUORS.
Put. Fitzgoruld, of tho Sainplo Rooms,
has received tho uppointment of agent for
the sale of tho Hainmoudsport, N. Y
Urbnnnn Wino Company's wines in this
city. If the bottle with which wo wcro
yesterday presented is a sample of tho
quality ol these wines, thou wo nro pre
pared to say that thoy are among tho best
wo havo evor tasted. Ho hits just
received n largo consignment, which ho Is
prepared to sell at tho lowost flgtirors.
He hns also on lunula lurgo unit complete
stock oftlie various brands of Irish,
Scotch nnd American whiskies, nnd wines
of every variety jnnlL'dtf.
Il is true that Rlnnkenburg's Excel
sior saloon Is now oim of the institutions
of tlio city. All drinkers who like, really
excellent liquorswhiskies, wines, beer,
etc. go to tlio Excelsior saloon, which is
fitted up In splendid ttylo. Rlankonburg
who knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
a fine freo lunch every morning nnd ove-
nlng, nnd, ns ho forcibly expresses If,
'Swoelens tho lunch with mtitic." Ho
hns employed tho services of a flrtt-rato
pinnbt, who makes tho grand p.nno
which stands in ono enu oi too saioon
spenk out In musical totus. Everybody
Is Invited. The best order is maintained
nnd nil Improper characters suppressed
with nenlness, cheapness ami diipatch. m-
orybojy known that tho Excelsior saloon
is at the corner of Washington n"onueana
Yarmouth blonlers t Jorge.nson s.
Russian sardellcs nt Jorgenson's j try
Paul G. Hchuh sells Rntllngor's modi-
The best French nnchovles n thoclt
at Jorgenson's. tf
Joroenson has tho Lest East Indlft
preserves for inlo chenp. tt
Go to Dr. McUauley fur Rnttlngcr'l F
ver Drops. 'Warranted to euro tho chills-
Jorqf.nson bus the finest supply of
Spanish olives in tho city. Try thotn
Oysters. Louis Hcrbort has nlwas on
hand n fresh supply of Saddlo Rock oys
Wrioht's n u pius ittira minced mo
prepared expressly for family use, at Jor
Paul G. Schuh'i.
New French prunes, currants and
ratstm always on hand nt Jorgenson's
grocery store. tf
imported Malaga grapes nt Jorgen
sou a, corner or rwenitoiu ttreoi anu
Washington avenue. tf
Peck, Frean, A Co London btscutt
nlwnvs on hand, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue. tf
Tho Prldoofthe Campbell's
P. G. Schuh's.
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor
. ... .... . . i
genson's, corner of i wcntiein ureei inn
Washington avenuo. "
For new citron, orange and lemon
peel, go to Jorgenson's corner of Twen
tieth atrcct and Washington avenue, tf
For Sale. A cottngo on 12th itreet
containing 7 rooms, cistern and ou;
houses complete. Apply to
w. w. Tiiorntov.
Wanted, to rontn piano for n ihort
time. Any person having apinnotoront
will please nddrcs Rulletin office, stat
ing terms. jnnlZd3t
Great variety at Schuh's.
Tho fourth danco of the Cairo Torp.
-ichorcan club will bo held Friday evening
J nnuttrv 19th. Tho price of admission to
thil hall will be tl 50. Jan. 12-3t.
Marriaos Guide. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Prico
0 cents. Address Dr. Hulls' DWpcnnary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louii
Ho. Seo Advcrtlcmf nt. tf
Duters and Ilrutlics y
At Paul G. Schuh's
Oil. Pure, Wintsr Strained Sperm
oil, enn be. had at Tobcr Rro. in any quan
tity. Excellent for sowing machines, and
all other purposes. jntil2dlw.
For good photographs, porcelain plo
Hires, or old pictures to bo copied, call ot
Thomas, No. 121 Commercial avenue. II
as good workmnn. Give him a trial.
Snge'i Catarrh Remedy
Price's Golden Medical Discover
nt P. G. Schuh's.
Sleei-ino Rooms for Rknt. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in CityNa
.ional Hank building. Apply to
At City National Rank.
Piano Tunino. Parties wishing their
pianos tuned will pleaso addrosi O,
Robbins at postolllce, or leave word with
his brother. Prico 53,00 or $-3,00 a year, In
cluding at least two'uningi and ordinary
repairing, strings, Ac.
The Finest Solcction of
Musk, Roso, Cologne, Rondella, and Caih
mero iloquct Soaps
At 1'. O. Schuh's.
"Whore aro you going? To tho plica
number C3, Ohio lovoe, whoro they keep
the best fresh oysters, fish and gamo, a.'iJ
the llnest wines, liquors nnd cigars to ba
ound in tho city. Open at all hours, day
or night. J- K. Paiik
Thirty cents n wook will sccuro a pol
icy for ono thousand dollars in tho Life
Association of Amorlca. A good invest
ment for a young man. For particulars
apply to Cnrl L. Thomns, special agent,
of nil kinds and at all pricos
nt P. O. Schuh's.
Groat inducements to nny ono wlih
ing to buy a first-class piano or organ.
E. A W. Ruder ofloi their entire stock in
thn piano and organ lino at tho actual
cost of the Instruments. Thoy nro deitr
ous of closing out tho stock so that they
may uso tho room for jewelry manufactur
Goto P.O. Schuh's
Nllsson Roquet, Kss. Roquet
' Chlnceso Roquet Perfumory.
Wo lmvo no hositutlon in recommend
ing Willin" Khlors, boot and shoo maktir
as worthy of most liberal pntronngo. W
bnnw whoroof wo speak when We saj 111
work is dono in n mmtorly manner ut tk
lowest prices. Ho uses ruthlng but tb
best of stock, nnd ho cannot bo cxcolle it
tho delicate tusk of making nn oxaot f t
Glvo him a call nt his shop on Twonllelli.
street, between Washington aver.uo an!
Poplar street, noarly opposlto tho court
houso, nnd wo trill guarantoo intlsfrwtio a.