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TRAVEJiBirSGUlUB.
TAKE NOTICE.
TIMKTAIlLKOr Till: ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. K.
OalmnrtnnAi,Hn: HI" IS7I, the follow
g iiroc-i.b!o wil xoseru the arrival nd dcparr
ur of pwi vgtt trsin- "I calmi
Dtpart-VM train, dad) - J "
Kipie.,..ily - - UJJJMii.
4rrttt-Mail,dily a.-wa.n.
Exprt-s.dad, except mindsy a-.'1;'""
Noeh.r.ei.f Wi from Cairo in M Loiil'. -o
chn . froirCoIro In CiKs- I,sDI
rr'Bf Boon keeping car cd night ""
XM Checked M all ImporUn- Mints.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trip dally.
M tUTIXO Cl0 I tKTlXO SOI -ID CttT
it : .m. I At s ' .... m-
At II -. -..... m. I A' I..W P m-
At 4 30.-.. .. ...p.m At p.ni.
Far each way, rw cnti 1' ll.ket for IJ M
Will lam , whn hailed, at aav Cl inteM--iiate
aadinglor pa.ergerjor fri-i-rat. norilir.
flI(.rV IIOATN,
'EYANSVILLE AND CAIRO,
The fin steamer
IDLEWILD,
GU3 FOWLER.... -.....-.-Master
Wll leave Cairo far Evan.rlll. every Sunday and
ThurMay evening, at i o'cIm.. p.m. ror
freignter pirtage, apply oa t.rt or to
Jan 3 f Jf'- HIOGS, Agl.
OAIKO AND PADUCAII
MAIL IIOAT.
Trie eplendid .teamer
CT.A.S. FISK,
Jocl'onlor, Jlnxtrr.
Ctro hi i'. . 1 1 T excepted) all
es
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JA. Ill
W.tiS, Ak'I.
C.i nbert.ii I Hirer
IMeUcl-J
NASHVILLE,
0I,A1Uy:5VIM,E and
CAIKU.
Ihc splendid tleamer
T YR ONE ,
TOM mitM KN.Maler 1 AI.EX. HARD. Clerk
Will irar Oiirn wv Tiur lay ati o'clock p.m.
forCi.iU- I'e, aod Kt-tiTiile. Kor fre'Klit ut
piRS,pp It tu twar i or 'o
)aa3tf JVS DIIjBH, Ag't.
NAtiUVlLLE, CLAKKSVILLE AND
UAIHO.
The Fa'.lant steamer
JOHN LUMSDEN,
OWtS DAVHMa.ter Clerk
Will leare Cairo ererr Satun ay at S . 'clock p.m.
for Na-hTilie, Clirkrillrud all way pomu. Kor
rreiicnt or partiz tpplr on tr anl r lo
Jan3if. JAS. BlOuS, Ag't.
NASHVILLE, CLAlilvSVILLE AND
CAIJIO,
The eyod uteamer
TALISMAN,
WII.EV SI!IM?....Mi.ter i
-Clerk
Will leire Clro Teiy Mnmlay ot 1 o'. I"wk, p,m.
f.ir Na-hnlie, and n ' ) iwti Kor freight or
pajf-, appn nn injaru 10
JinJIf
i.uii..;tA.M 'i'j itirs.
IMMIGRANT
riUKliTS
FOR SALE,
lALE, VnrP
1 F-r -
t u I ,,'or!"
ALh. J Kor-
VnrS)e ( poi
SALE,
Rlf 1
KOP. SAI.
Kor-v!!e . KOH SALE
Faro from Livekpool,
Fare from Londcndkkiiv
Faro from Ulaoow,
; Fare from Qukknstow.v
TO CAIKO, :::::::: $16-20
SaSorl, Morris Jt Ca
Knt.
.VJJA.V LIS 12
Liurpool .New-Tnik ahd l'hllalilpliu
Steamship Company,
via covTcr with cmtio srair smriMi
For Carrying Ine Jlalu,
FOR PASSAGK TICKETS
oa rcatiita imoih.iiov
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
UUroaday. New. York, or to
II. JI o ii i t ,
Wa-hlnctnn Atenr. rVtirn. i
si
roil nam;
Tn Illinoi. Central Ita I H,l Comp.ny no.
o2rforJe thefoll,,rinzdecrib,.l 0r. ln ,
Adlltion to lh Cuy i,f tiiro. th :
Lot -il block ,ot St i.tr-u t
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rorlerroi.ete. ajpl) JAMES JO!JN,
Atf-.i.
I'll VMCI ANN-
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. 1).
S o" 'enue an i W.lnui .ir.
UlliC 11 Win nfri i , .inn,
U" -lairx.
C. W. DU.VNUMj, M. I).
1" catr.i v.i- ..
rv ii . orn-r.inio au.l Wilnut .ta.
Hi") leveo.
a.in til m
an.l 'j p. in
II. WAKsv.u M. 1).
lj tin g..n .ir. Heel and
p. Tf Ih IMi-'olfi
a m. and 2 o I in.
on,-, ifsz u :,
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I.AUVi:itN.
AU-b.N, Mljl.KKY k WIIEKLE1U?" the room for Jewelry munulactur-
ATTOl'.NEYB
ab
COUNSELORS
William J.Allen, t
AT LAW.
John II. Mulkey, V
tmnLf I I'.Whreltr. j
CAIKO, 1LMN.0IB.
""rp.rtienlar attention paid to rWer and ad.
riiira ly tuine
OFFICEOTer Kli.tNatioDil Bank, Ohio l.eee.
GREEN Si GILRERT,
ATTORNEYS
1Mb
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II, ceii,
Oirfipeeia. attention RiTen U Admiialty auj
kt a-u initial l.lialn Aka
OKFICI! CIUO LKVKB. UOOMH 7 AND ti OVKR
CITV NATfllNAI, HANK.
- ST.ClIARIiES HOTEL,
F..D. UEXFOUD Proprietor
coa-na oaio utu ap arcoao sr.,
Caip.0, lljvois.
m Only Firtt Cbm Ifuuie in the City
M aj:caj;e conyd lo nd from th. jm.
rtofcijr,.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
FIFTH AXNIVMSAJ!'
caibo c.a.si:n"o
, rebninrr 3
lTI.
Tb Jlt Council of aiH ippri.T-. et the
CuroClno an I In H tinlwiinded ,widnm
niMitg tcelnrt Hm Hull in.i-uertd hi-
-n3, wftifh wiH, a- it r lu iloo, nnr" J
nd e"tnplll e-dip-e jnj, ul erih'n h-re-tf
re or hertafier t b aiiiniit l. The H"t
coapwuon foot- la tile wmmamlj. aaieoi;
wtsm. mr dear reiler. inn unii'iniell are
! i. vrl.l h mttte.1 If ilernonstr le tint tar
p,r..n,-eill befudy apprecMtr.1. .Nj twVet4
ll, I .old attfcertooranl tve ! it tekt ,
l.l iniuJ i WfmotiirMP wi Tir
iuiira..;...i..Mn.
It. MF.VEIt
CAHI, I.. TII"M
I.OI'IS HI.ATTEVL'.
Ccmmltlo of ArranRenifnts of Cilro Casino.
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--"dRe No. 2)7, A.F ard V. M.,
l" Id on t -nmrrnM) Monday et
Januar) a. 1UT2, at 7 lnok.
n i-uHi: in it?
Cairo
will te
etening,
FIU.NK III.AKE,
tecrelarr.
Jan.l-ll
TILE BULLETIN.
I'ulilKlitil i'cr.v moriiliiK, Jloinlny ej
rriilrtl.
MISCELLANEOUS
We know Robertson would at last de
cide which ofllco he would take, and now
ho has concludo J to bo city marshal.
Tio grand jury adjourned on Satur
day afternoon, to meet on Wednesday
next at - o'clock p. in.
The Cairo Turner society have deci
ded to givo n grand masquerade ball, on
the evening of the 13th of Februury, Mt
Sclicel's hull. Iiis designed to bo a grand
atlair. Particulars hereafter.
A German school meeting will be held
at the school house on 14th street, on
Monday evening, the 22d instant, at L
o'clock. All mcmbcri are reqiicstcj to be
on hand.
F. KoitsMKVKK, Secy.
The TAat,a givo to-night a perform
ance which will surpass any given by
them in Cairo. The play is Ltnore, by
V. Holtcl, in which will bo introduced
new sceneries and costume. A pleasant
evening It promised those who attend.
The re on yesterday between
Mer. Iloepplu'a and Kynaston'g horscn
was decided u draw. Tlio diUance ran
was eight liundrod yards. There were
four judges, two of whom decided in fuvur
of KyiinV.on' rnaro and two in favor uf
IWppU'a horse. We understand tho racii
will Uj ruri over again on Saturday next.
Great inducements to any ono wish
Ie; to buy u tlrit-class piano or organ.
E. A- W. Uuder otrm ilicir untlro stixik in
the liia'io and oruan lino at tho actual
iunt of tho instruments. Thoy are dveir
l "u gf closing out the stock so tliuL tln-v
lm. .
O l'UTTM,k...
-The
apldly Wu ourwavof thltlWins..
ue M a good wo,A r, itJ
Taylor-all on accou,,... ... ....
wo gave Rain a day o.Wo Ej..
actlyj but the dlirurencebn,.
tlco of Rain and the ,SW. U ' "f "T
was paid fur in thank, and the '
J. Ii. five d-.'lars, or thercalKjuis. CUU
In the circuit court yostordsy, Mar
garet Walsh, on a charge of larc?ny, plead
iiui gumy. a jury was called, and
after hearing tho evidence, returnod a ver
dict of guilty, and astessod the value of
tho property at Judyo Raker sen
tcnei'd the defendant to conUncrnont In Uio
county Jail for a period of tweniy-QToday.,
and to pay n ilno of len dollnrs and tho
costs of trial.
-Mr. Llias. .Mchiicr hasjust recclv
from tho publl.hors In New York, a book
of costumes, containing all tho latest styles
of stage equipment, lie Invites his friends
to call and oiamlno tho book, and if thoro
am any persons desiring articles in this
lino, Mrs. Muhnur has proposed to furnish
them on short notice and reasonable,
terms, Mr. llehner also has a numbir of
THE OAlllO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY,
masks which ho will toll or hlro out to
thoso tho may want them. Janl'-'w2
Wo havo no hesitation in recommend
ing "William Kljlcr. boot and sho maker
as worthy of molt liberal pntronngc W
know whereof we speak when wesaj m
work is done In a iim-lerly manner ut the
loweel price, lie mes n iltilng but the
best of stock, and he cannot bo cxcell''"' lr,
lite ilelleate tn! of making nn exuel '1'.
Cilvo him n call at lti- shop n Twoniieili
street, bttween Washington avenue nml
Poplar street, no.irly opposite the court
bouse, nnd we will guarantee satisfaction.
Lawienee l'atton, an employe at the
depot of the Illinois Ce.ltrat railroad at
this place, was arrested on last Thursday
livening, on a charge of Insanity. Ho wa
lodged in the city Jail, where he remained
until yesterday morning, when he was re
moved to the county jail. He had a hear
ing in the circuit court in the afternoon,
and it was d.-clled th it ho should ho sent
to Jacksonville to receive medical treat
ment. . . . i
" you n to seo a iRmpio oi Boou
workmanship, g-j to seo Hill Scott's four
n rid a half bv nine carom billiard
I. nil... .l.l.
mult')
just cut down bv F. Knaltncr of Chicago
It is the finest tablo In Cairo. While you
are there you can also seo tho finest saloon
In the Wcit, kept for tho entertainment of
colored guests. Go and see Rill, for ho is
to be our next city manhal. tf.
Wo hnpo no ono will lorgct tho fact
that the .Mission Sunday School In the
Christian church, Is still extending Its
Invitations of mercy and usefulness to
young nnd old. Mr. John P. Gamble Is
tho superintendent, and no more earnest
and devoted man In such work can be found
in Uairo. The exercises .-ommenco at 3
o'clock p.m , precisely, and all, old, young
and middle aged arc Hiked to come if not
to aid, then to look on. Como one, come
all.
The refined nnd elegant pastime of
dog-lighting was witnessed at Union City,
Tenn., yesterday, anddrew together tho re-
flnod and elegant society of Lnlon City.
Union City was stirred to its refined and
elegant center by tho preparations for tho
refined and elegant sport nnd nt tho refin
ed and elegant consummation of tho same.
The dogs, we nre told, behaved with more
deccnev nnd showed more sense than tho
people who witnessed the shameful exhibi
tion ; for thev, the dogs, were but two,
while they, the refined nnd elegant citizens
being many hundreds, had greater oppor
tunity according to numbers, and drew re
volvers on each other during tho said
pastime. Thev have no churches in Union
City.
RIack pales before white ! Another
triumph tor "George, tho Raibcr"!
George Recning has given his black assist
ant "n ticket of leave" nnd put in his
place a barber from Chicago, who in point
of skill nnd experience) ha; no superior in
the country. With this help, and Cicor
go's personal prcsen, cehe expects to mako
his shop tho grand center of attraction
with ull who want shaving, hair-cutting,
hair-dressing, hair or wlmker dyeing per.
formed in tho highest style of the art
Come on ihen, and a single trial will talis'
fy you that nowhere dec in ilio cityrnn
you hf served more promptly or talt.fdc-
t'irily. Shop, corner of lTlh nnd Conimcr
ial. lw.
" X.lxh, ' the correspondent who wrote
the articlo: "I, too, believe," is onn ol
thoso Infidels who bclievo too much In
order that thev mav disbelieve all one of
thoso men who nflect to take all the ex
pressions of tho Rible in the literal sense
He, no doubt, deteU the poets who deal
in figures ol speech nnd metaphors. His
u'roat troublo seems to bo to know how
Noah, etc., cot into tho ark through n very
small door. o:ih and family nnd anl
mils did not go Into tho ark through that
hole. Tho old nnvig'itor put all he wanted
to save into the ark bufuro he commenced
it nnd tlun built the bo it around them,
just as the glass-blower makes a holu and
blows glass around it to make a hollow
glas globe.
The Rt'LLETis says : "Wo have only
uiK'Ur-ou. available candidates, anil sug
uotud proj'er men for nmor."' Has the
Rcllktin suggnsted men ? We know ho
suggii'tcd n man, and proper enough man
too, but wu havo failed to discover more
than ono, unless ono means two or more
.Sim
Didn't wo suggest Mr. Schuh and Col
Taylor? And we had just commenced
We intended logo tho rounds of the city
and were preparing to sound tho trumpet
of oilier people's praise. There's Mr. A
R. Satlord who would, we aro sure, fill tho
tnuvor's ofilco with croat ability ; and
Mr. John Howley whu would fill tho bill
nnd toveral others. And moro than this
We hud ueclour pencil in praiiinc; Mayor
Lunsd-jii preparatory to suggesting him
us a good man to succeed himself, and
wore rushed oil' the track by information
which ue nimsfii communicated to u
that ho would not agnin bo a candidate
for the oillue. Rut v,u!mvo all the time
said, and will nil tho tiinensiert, that Col.
Taylor would, if elected mayor, give moro
time and attention to the ofiice, and fill
it whh greater ability, than any other
man in the city.
As wo have assumed tho duty of try
ing to load our pooplo " Into tho green
valleys und by sweet waters "or In other
words, to work for their religious welfnro,
wo cannot omit to contlnuo In the path wo
havo marked out. Wen, therefore, tho
readers of tho IlULLKTl.v open It at their
We.akfait tables this morning and who
wnot do so out of all tho numbors lliat
iiuVtM ur cty we wish to remind
thorn thai u,L i, Sunday, a day In which
they muit, or ou8ilt t0( eum t,0 good
and evil they have ,ino ,jurng ttl0 wuek
t ley ought to try to mftV atonement for
he evil, by promising U,m,0,vc, that
hoy won t do bad any ,, , t,mt lf they
havo defrauded any on, Voion Ul, '
or given light weight, acandalwd tl.otr
neighbors or told fibs about their friend.
this last is to he read by the. ladies onlv
that they make restitution, correct thur
scales, and beg pardon of neighbors and
friends. If they havo done any good,
let them thank God for it and then place
It to tho credit side of tholr lodgers. Wo
don't udvlso tho writing
up of tho debit
sldo that will be attended to by some one
else. Thon, whon their llttlo prelimina
ries are all settled, when their consciences
aro tolerably clear nnd they aro satisfied
that they nro not qulto ns bad ns their
neighbors porhnps it would bo better,
upon tho whole, to satisfy themselves that
they are considerably In ndvanco of every
one else, on tho moral nnd rclislous ques
tion then, they mny cat their breakfasts
In peace and with entlro satisfaction, that
the lis st act of christian duty Is performed.
Thoy will be ready for tha public duties
of tho day for wo tako it that no ono of
themany thousand readers of the Rulletiv
will omit their outsldo obligations wo
say they will bo ready for n sa nctlmonlous
dislay of their otiiictrd religion. This duty
Is a ditfljult, nice ono to perform j it re
quires dicernmcnt, study, and a keen per
ception of tho proper distinction to bo
made between a week-day's appearance
and a Sabbath exposition. Few under
stand th.s differcn.-e, and therefore they
get theimclvcs enrolled In the class term
ed sinners, Just because they cannot get
up a Sunday walk and show different from
n Tuesday's walk and look. Now we don't
want any of our- readers to be put in the
sinner's class not even by implication it
would destroy tho unity wo proposo for
tho people ot Cairo; we want them all
to bo in tho good class, or at least
to appear to bo In It. Therefore oui
suggestions as to a Sunday's dcmt.nor,
should be carefully considered. Tho
cock of a hat, even tho protrusion of a bit
of white handkerchief fiom tho coat-tall
pocket, will sometimes mark tho religious
status of an individual. Ho who wears
his hat cocked on week-days, ought to
place It firmly and squarely on his head on
this day ; tho man who permits n bit of
whlto bunting to extend from behind on
Tuesday, as aforesaid, should draw in his
sail to-day, rnd vice versa. Indeed wo
advise, as a general rule to be observed
on Sundays all through the year except
on Easter Sunday that the " cut of the
jib," should receive marked attention
from tho wink of an eyo to a pretty girl
which Is alwavs in order to tho duo ele-
atlonofthe lids, when poverty or crime
is encountered. When our readers go out
to their several sanctuaries this
word is borrowed for this occasion
from Jenkins, wo proposo. to roturn
it to-niorrow let them step out as those
having serious responsibilities resting upon
them, with heads on tho square, eyes
slightly lowered, lips compressed, not too
tightly for this would savor of a disposi
tion to get up a muss with their preacher
or somo ono else but moderatoly closed,
hands gently swinging, as if ready for
use, either In picking up small dogs by
their tails or for extending in supplication;
let their walk be slow, gravo and decided,
with tho noso as n pilot and cars open to
catch tho gentlo wooings of heaven's
breezes, as they advance to
tho aforesaid sanctuaries. There,
at the thresliuold, ns if tho
presence of n spirit whose frown we dare
not provoko and whoso fuvor we would
fain win, wo leave our readers to thoie du
ties which man may not inter.
fere witfc. Uur sphere, as tho religious
journal and monitor of Southern Illinois
with the outside religion of our readers,
Hilt! If wo ttnro ii.. nr.p...l lJ,r fitly UiT
the obligations of the day, the fault is ours ;
the duties are theirs.
liU.Si.NESS IS IIUSiNKSS-
II. LEVY A CO. S PP.ICKL1ST TUF. IIIOIIEST
MARKET PRICKS.
Tho firm of H. Lovy A- Co , 93 Ohio
levee, dealers In furs, oi all descriptions,
hides, taIlow,fi-athcrf, wool, etc., nre build
ing up a trade and earning for themsel
ve a business reputation second to no
house in the city. In their dealings with
their customers, thoy aro honorable, nnd
upright, representing only facts. Tor
urticles in tholr lino they pay the highest
cash prices. Below will be found a list of
the articles in which they deal, together
with the ruling price In this market :
- FUR.
Mink fiO to $2 00
Raccoon 10 to
CO
.Musk rats
Wild cat...
Otter
12
ID
C OD
COO
10 to
1
00 to
Reaver,
CO to
00 to
, POUND.
20 to
17 to
0 to
12 to
Rear skins ,
HIDES PEI!
Deer skins
Reef hides, dry flint
i ii green salt
Calf hides
OTHER ARTICLES I' Ell
Tallow
30
18
'1!
73
rou.ND.
Cto
CO to
25 to
20 to
Feathers.,
Wool
Ilei'swax.
f.O
G
Tho above quotations aro subject to cor
rcctlon.
rUHLlCJALE.
Illinois Central Ilnllroad Co. )
Accnl'a IMIIcc, Cairo, Jan, 15, 187.'.
I will sell at public auction at tho stono
depot, in tho city of Cairo, on Saturday,
tho 27th of January, tho following prop
crty to pay charges, viz : 5 boxes bedding,
2 lounges, 1 bureau, 4 pieces carpet, 2 cup
boards, -1 tabloa, il doz. chairs, 7 stands
2 trunks, 0 bedsteads, f mattresses, and
quite nn amount of kitchen furniture,
Salo positive to commence nt 0 a.m.
JAMES JOHNSON, Agent.
Jan. 17-lOt.
FEATHERS! FEATHERS!
H. Levy & Co., at No. 93 Ohio lovce,
havo on hand mid for salo in quantities to
suit purchasers, ono thousand pounds of
good feathers. Thoy will bo sold nt prices
within the reach of tho poorest. Families
tuppied at reasonablo rates. dec 12-tf
roii SALE,
"Y e havo just received, from tho nntii
ul'acturert, a Wilcox and Glbbs towing
machine. It is beautifully finished and
has thu hommcr, braider, etc., This ma
chine, worth sixty-flvo dollars, will bo
sold nt n bargain and may bo seen at this
olllcc. tf
Notice. The best ontertnlnmont in
tho city is at tho St. Nicholas hotol, saloon
mid restaurant. Tho hot music that can
be had violin and piano. Good lunch
every morning and night. All of tho
unest brands of cigars, nnd tho host St,
Louis i.,.. i,n,.. i
i Glvo u, Rbr .,
IUrry Walkeh, Proprietor.
JANUARY 21, 1872.
CHURCHES.
-At tho Mithodtstchtirch RovFrcd. L,
Thomson will preach at i0j 'ctock , tll0
forenoon and 7 o'clock hi u10 nvonllg
Sabbath schi ol at S p.m. L. v. Stllwoll
superintendent.
St. Patrick's church, cotimr Ninth
street and Washington nvenue. Service
at 8 and 10 J o'clock a.m. Sunday school at
2 p. m. Vespers nt J p. m, Rev. P. .1.
O'Hallornn, Priest.
Church of tho Redeemer, Rev. Edwin
Coan, Rector. Morning prayers,
10J o'clock. Evening prayers, 7 o'clock
Sabbath school at 0 n. in. II. II. Cnndee,
superintendent.
Christian church, Eighteenth street.
between Washington nvenuo and Walnut
street. No preaching. Mission Sabbath
school at 3 p. m. J. P. Gamble, superin
tendent. Rev. II. R. Thayer will deliver a dls
course to-morrow morning in the Prcsbv-
terlan church upon the following subject:
"The external cvtdcnccs of tho authen
ticity of the Sacred Scriptures. " In tho
evening Mr. Thayer will deliver a dis
course upon "Modern spiritualism ns.
expounded by its leading advocates, com
pared with tho word of God.1'
coLoniD tkoplk's churches.
-isecond Frco Will Raptist church.
l'lttcenn., between Walnut and Cedar
streets. Prev hing 10J a m. and 7 p.m
fanbbnth school nt i p.m. N. Ricks, pastor.
rirst Missionary Rnvtist church.
Preaching 10 n.m., nnd 1 i,m.
ouuuuwi icnooi in is n.m, J. van
?. .I.l.-.t. I . .... . .
Baxter and Mary Stephens, supcrintcn-
tendents. T. J. Shore, pastor.
African Methodist church, Four
teenth, between Walntitand Codor street.
Preaching nt 11 o.clock n.m
Sabbath school nt 1) p.m. Class meet
ing, nt 3p.m. Win. Jackson, pastor.
WANTED.
A good table-waiter,' active nnd willing.
Also n chamber-maid, at tho St. Charles
hotel, Cairo. Apply immediately.
Jan. 'J0-2t.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Pat. Fltzgorald, of tho Sample Rooms,
has received the nppnintmentof agent for
the sale of tho Hammondsport, N. 1 ,,
Urbanna Wino Company's wines in this
city. If tho bottlo with which wo wore
yesterday presented is a samplo of tho
quality of these wines, then wo aro pre
pared to say that they are among tho best
wo havo ever tasted. Ho has just
received a large consignment, which ho Is
prepared to sell at tho lowest figurcrs.
Ho has also on hand a largo and completo
stock of the various brands of Irish,
Scotch and American whiskies, and wines
of every variety janlSdtf.
It is true that Rlankenburg's Excel
sior saloon is now on, of the institutions
of tho city. All drinkers who like really
excellent liquors whiskies, wlne, beer.
otc. go to tho Excelsior eilonn, which is
fitted up in splendid stylo. Blanknnburg
M'lm knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
a fine freo lunch evcrv morning and eve
ning, and, as ho forcibly nxprussos it,
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." Ho
has employed tho services of n firtt-rato
pianist, who makes the grand piano
which stands in one end of tho saloon
spenk out in musical tone. Everybody
is invited. Tho best order is maintained
and all improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch, Ev
erybody knows that the Excelsior saloon
is at the corner of Washington avenue nnd
Fourteenth street.
POLICE COL'ltT.
William Rro"n, James Downing
and James Drookcn, were all arrested for
being drunk and disorderly. Thoy wero
all sent to tho calaboose to do sorvice on
tho streets.
J antes Hamilton, was arrested on n
chnrge of vagrancy. Tho evidence being
heard, Hamilton was discharged.
Thocaso of Rrown vs. Echols was on
trial whon our reporter lofi tho court. This
was n suit brought by Sum. Rro wn, who
claims that he hired out one of his hories
to Echols, und tho horse was injured
by him, as to be worth littio or nothing
Mr. I). T. Linegar nppeared for Rrown
and .Mayor Lansdson for Echols. Tho caio
had not been doclded at seven o clock lul
night.
HIDES, FURS, TALLOW AND PELTS
Messrs. Rurnett & Co. are paying St,
Louis prices for hides, furs, etc., ns fol
lows :
FURS.
Pritno Mink S1.75 to 'J.lfi
11 Raccoon 60c to Ol
11 Musk Rut 10 to 12
" Wild Cat 10 tu 60
" Opossum 10 loll
Otter fj.OO to C.Ofi
" Reaver Skins COO to 7.00
HIDES.
Hidef, dry flint, per lb 18o to 20i
" Green Salt, " " 10c
" Green, Rutchers, per lb... 7o to 8o
Rutcliers and trappers I do you remem
ber what theso nrtlcles wore worth beforo
wo came hero ? They wero worth just about
one half of what they aro now ? Sustain
thoso who benefit you. Tho nbovo prices
can bo depended upon.
liospectfully, otc.
Rurnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, 111.
Jan.l0-d-3m.
Go to P. G.Schuh's
for
Nllsson Roquet, Ess. Roquet
and
Chlnecso Roquet Perfumery.
Fou Sale. A cottage on 12th strcot
containing 7 rooms, clstorn and out
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. TlIORNTOlf.
Try it, Mrs. Whitcomb desires nil
to try hor Syrup; It is tho groat children's
soothing remedy, nnd sold at tho low prico
of 25 cents. Jao.iecl&.lwlf.
NEW CACHE BRIDGE.-
Thoso who havo prophesied that Mr.
T. Holman could not or would not build n
good brldgn over C'aeho river nt Unity,
havo proved themselves false prophets.
The brlcgols built a good bridge Is built
built for the stipulated sum 1,760 and,
what is moro has heou accepted by tho
county courts of Alexander and Pulaski
counties. Read the following:
Uaitr Atrxi.sDin Co, Ills., Jan. 17, l2.
Al II. I tllT.II, l I, I
bCCn Klvoll Mint !).
Cache river, nt Unity would bo completed
on Wednesday, th.. mi, u., .,.i .),,..
the members of tho county court of Alex
ander nnd Pulaski counties, would bo
there to examine and roelvo the same. A
Considurubla tiUlnlior if rliUftM. n-t. . i- I
. . - iiviiiir in
ing villages In each of tho Bald roumio.
cnino also to tako a look and to conl
grntulato themselves upon having a Ilr.t
class and permanent lirldyo Ilium the I
arrival ot tho members of the
county court, tho crowd repaired
, - - n - i '
kw wiu unugr, wnicn was duly
cauniMivu nun lounu 10 io very ex
cellent in plan and vaecut on. Thu work
being pronounced superior to any bridge
over built over Cache river. At ilio sug
gestion of Judgo Rross, a commit
lee, consisting of I. R. Crandall,
and C. A. Hosmcr, of Pulaski.
and Alexander HoJgo and P. G. Schuh,
of Alexander, was appointed to preparo
resolutions expressive ot ine Views ol lllu
citizens.
The committee reported tho following
preamble, nnd resolution', which was
unanimously iidontid .
WiiKiiEAn, M. T. Holman. tho contrac
tor for uulldliiK the bridge at Uliitv. has
pcrlormcd nnd "execut'il his contract in u
superior and workmanlike manner, and
has constructed u bridgu which wo bellevo
to be both strong nnd safe and cnual lo
any bridge that lias ever been built over
iacuo river, tliereforu
iitsolrtd, That wo choerfullv recom
mend M. T. Holman as a superior nnd
faithful workman, nnd nblo lo give entiru
saiisiaction in tho execution of any con
iraci which no mav undertake,
Jtesotred, 'I hat tho foregoing bo fur
nished to the county papers for publics
lion.
J. R. CitANDALL, Chin, of Corn
CARD OK THANKS.
-The undorslgncd takes this method
of returning her sinccro thanks to the
Germnnia I.ifu Insurance Co., of New
York, for the prompt and cheerful pay
ment of a policy of fl.SOO on the life of
her late husband.
To Mr. Reinhold V. Uclznir, tho cfll-
cicni ngent ot ilio company at Cairo, are
my thanks especially duo for his kind nnd
nonornbic action in tho sctiiemcni or mv
claim. Catharine Rribacii.
jan'.'llw
BUSINESS NOTFS .
Yarmouth bloaters at Jorgmson's
Paul G. Schuh sells Rattingcr's medi
cines. U
Russian sardcllcs at Jorccnon's ; try
.1 1'
lislll
The best French unebovlo n the city
at Jorgcnson's. if
Go to Dr. McGauley for Rattingcr's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills
.loitfJKNhON has tho llnot supply ol
Snniilsti ollvci In tho nity. Try them
tf
lou.Np. That tho choicest butter Is
at Jorgcnson's Staple and Fancy Grocery
store.
Uycters. Louis Herbert hasalwason
bund n fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys.
ers.
WitimiT s nu pius ultra mince 1 moi
prepared expressly for family use, at Jor
gcnson's.
Farina Roquet
nt
Paul G. Schuh.
New French prunes, currants nnd
raisins always on hand at Jorgcnson's
grocery store. tf
imported Malaga grapes nt Jorgcn
son's, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. If
Tho Pride of the Campbell's
at
P. G.Schuh's.
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor
gcnson's, corner of Twentieth strcot and
Washington avenue. tf
For now citron, orango and Icmor
peel, go to Jorgenson's corner of Twen
tieth ttreet and Washington avenue, tf
Wisp brooms
in
Great variety nt Schuh's.
Vnccinntion. Just received, asupply
genuine KnglUh cow virus. All who wish
to bo vnccinatod, call at my ofllco from 1
to 3 o'clock in the nfternoon. OUlce,
Seventh street, near Washington avenuo.
lit. A. Wadoymar, M. D.
lf you deslro rosy cheeks and a com.
plcxlon Talr and frco from Pimples,
Rlotches nnd Eruptions, purify your blood
by taking Dr. Piercu's Golden Medical
Discovery. It has no equal for this pur
pose. jan.l8diS;wlwk.
Whero nro you going? To tho plaeo
number C3, Ohio lovce, where they keep
tho host fresh oysters, fish and game, a:iJ
the finest wines, liquors and cigars to be
found in tho city. Open at all hours, day
or night. J. E. Park
Thirty cents a weok will socuro n pol
Icy for ono thousand dollars in tho Lifo
Association of Amoricn, A good Invost
ment for n young man. For particulars
apply lo Carl L. Thomas, special agent
Janltf.
Tho Finest Selection of
Toilet Soaps,
Music, Rose, Cologne, Eomlolla, and Cash
meis) Roquet Soaps
At P. O. Schuh's.
Combs
of nil kinds nnd at all prices
at P. (J. Schuh's.
Piano Tunino. Parties wishing their
pianos tuned will pleaso nddross O.
Robulns nt postolllce, or loavo word with
his brother. Prlco$"J,oO or 5,00 a year, in
cluding at loast two 'uuings and ordinary
repairing, strings, &o.
JoiiaKifsoN has tho test East India
presorrei for salo cheap.
tf
THE lUVElt,
AtlltlVF.b AND IIK.I'AI'.TED.
Hleatner. Where from. Where to
(julckftep Evatisvlllu Evnnsville
Hollo Vernon.. ..is. urieaiis. ...I'incinnaii
Silvor Row . Orlean St. Louis
Colosal N. Orleans St. Louis
S. S. Morrill St. Louis
Umplro Nashville Nuslivlllo
Valid N. Orleans
Illinois Columbus Columbus
W. J. Lewis St. Louis Memphis
Argosey Loulsvillu ft. uricans
Jns. Fisk, Jr Paducah Padueali
Jns. Howard N. Orleani
CONDITION OF THE MVEKS.
Tho fall In tho rlvor at this place coo-,
llnilna (tin T nnAtfjtr.l nflP flllV.
.. .
roil it . Am iw,i ituvt ii nv
1 I'olnl' '
At Pittsburgh thero is less than thru).
fot and falling slowly. At Cincinnati
. , . .... .......i...
vnuiu ia nine onu ono-nau leei in mu tiio.i-
nnl ami flll.... .....lit.. A I rntitrllln
the rlvor continues falling with alout6
reel 3 inches in the canal, and 3 feet 3
In the chute. The fall at Evansvlllo con
tinues. Tho fall in tho Cumberland rlnr
11X1 linn-l tfin ifnlno r n tfna,nft. Uliiiula fn.
less than 3 feet.
Arkansas river Is stationary at Littio
Rock. At Shreavcport tho Red river Ii
rising, in tho Onchlta river thero Is no
change to report.
Tho sudden rite In thu Mli.l.ilnni a few
uays ngo was causea oy 1110 ice gorgo up
above St. Louis breaking, up however II
was of short duration nnd did not Improve
tho channel but n little if at all.
The Lewis reported 4 feet 'from Cap
Girardeau, t he (hoalcst water being froa
there down but It is not probable thai
thero Is any over 4 feet as an account
bouridlnir ennnnt tin liml will, the lead
No matter whether it is 4 or 4 feet, thai
amount of water is too llttlo to allow s
a steamer to bring down very mucl
freight.
PHIL HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City Xallonnl Bunk nullilliir.
L.Hpeclal attention paid toorders tromstetr
oal niitht or da
Marriage Guide. Interesting worl
numerous engravings, 221 pages, l'r.ci
CO cents. Address Dr. Rutts' Dispensar
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louli
Mo. Seo AdvertiiemrnU
tf
Dusters and Rrushes
in
Great Variety
At Paul G. Schuh's. .
For good pboiograpns, porcelain plo
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call 01
Thomas. No. 124 Commercial avenue. H
as good workman. Givo him a trial.
scptlott.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy
and
Picrco's Golden Medical Discovery
at P. G.Schuh's.
C?. ........... T..n... If-... Tn.
well vontllatcd sleeping rooms in City Na
tiounl Rank building. Apply to
EDWARD DE.ONIA,
At City National Rank.
I'AI.VTIIIIS.
MOORE k MATHEWS,
House, Sisrn and OrnamcntaJ
1 . A 1 I V I I ' L ' . 1 .
YliK, clc,
Done in tho liiKhe.t llyle ol the art, and a
rate.i tfiattlely competition,
...-.-..rial . . .. . . a. 'r. . . ... . . . .. .......a
shop in perry house, corner or 8Tn
1TRKET AND CMMERCIAL AVENUE.
AGENTS WANTED FOR j
BELDEN, 1
THE "WHITE CHIEF;
0i j
Twelve Yen in nmonsr the Wild Indian
or llir l-lnluat
The Life ol Oeorge I Ilelden, who joined the
Indian end beenmeaceltbrated warr or, abounds
111 thrilllntr adventure- did curioiia informsticn,
nml .a nrofU.-dv lllimtraled with new and anir
lie I engraving ot adventures nnd tho manner,
and cuntoma ol ti.o Indian. The m out popuUr
and auicemful Iw-ok ol tho year Hell, at Hunt.
1 ine i!ntjut ri-porln I'Ji pmrtt In one week. A
10 pug-circular, witi specimen page, a larne
pn.ier with 30 illustration-., and term to airenti
ient tree, by F. A. HUTCHINSON CO., Ut N
U,. t. Ml lilll. Mn l.r, I .1.1.
DUNBAR'S WONDERFUL D IS
COVER
ii r. t ii i: it r a
MINERAL SPRING WA
TER Of Wnuliralin, Wlaronaln,
,.cknowlilgcilcure of llrlKhl'aUlsea.e, Dlabeten
Dropsy, all atteullona ul Kidney, Hladder and
Uninry oriian., al.o Liver lruuljli-. H. i'. Clmie,
Ctilef JiLt:ce of Ilia Unltd Htatea, rentoied to
health bv itn line, In six weeks.
J. W. Will Im, (.eneral agent lor Din Plate, ol llli.
not. Wliolenalo and Keiall Mupply Depot, 730,
Waliah Avenue, Chieairo, llllnoia. All order by
mall promptly uttendtd lo. Bend for clrculaia,
J anldeodlm
DR. RIUIIAU'S
GOLDEN REMEDIES.
Mux there only, and nave time, heal h and
money &l,in rrwant tor any i ase of Uleeiue, Id
any alane winch Ihej tall lo cure.
DR. RIOHAU S DOLDEN RALSAM,
Nos. 1 aui '' are .hesrente-t alierativea known
XM. UlCllAU'HOOtDE.N EI.IX1II II'AMUUIt
Is tlio greatest tonic and astrlDgent la the med
cal lie)
DU. niCUAII'8flOI,DEN ASSTIDOTK
Is the only reliable diuraiio.
These rcmeuieu are not advertised to cureal
comidaiiita, HiVl benellt none i but are anaranteed
toolfeita radical and epeedd cuio In all eases for
which lliey are recommttnded, when all other
ireiilinent has failed. Tens of thou-and-i yearly
recover by their use, who havo lost .all hope, and
been pronounced a Incuifcblo by the best of our
medical faculty.
DR. RIOHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No I cure ulcers, ulcerated soro throat and
ino'ulh. aoie ey'i cutaneoua eruptions, copper
color.A blotohe. soreness of the scalp, acrolula,
etu It i the reatet renevator. allerative und
1,1 nod purifier known, remavea all mercury from
the amtini, and leaves tho blood pure and
'""'""frit. ItICIIAU'8 GOLDEN ISA I.SAM,
Ko.'J, cure mercurial allections, rheumatism la
ail its (onus, nnd gives linmedlato relief in a
caei.
Hit. IlIOIIAU'H GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
A radical cure for ull urlaury derunttements
Price, 1 per botlln.
lilt. UICIlAU'ti tiULDEN ELIXIR D7OI0UB.
Andlcai cure lornervQiis or general Uebllliy, la
old or young, Imparling euergy lih wuuderfu
itUct. , .
l'rico 15 per bottle, or two for to.
On receipt of price, these remedies will be ship
ped to any place, l'rompt attention paid to aJ
uorresnonr.ents. None genuine wlllioul the nam
of "DR. IticilAO'S OOLDE.N REMUDIEH, D.B
IliciuuDi, sole proprietor," blown In glut
bettles.
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