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HUE TAJILE Or TUX ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
Oa n.l slier Sunday, Mr 14th, 1871, the follow
in ume-taMe will govern the airlval nd ejrt
re of paMinxtr trains l Calroi
t,p.rt- train, daily iiaSim'.
Express, dall, exempt rtund 30 pro
So eheeieefeivM from Cairo i fit. Louis. Io
eajre rare from Cairo ti Chicago. Klefant
ravls btii sletpin ear on night trams,
clxeked to all Important Dolnts.
CAIRO ATSTD MOUND CITY
Will make t(if 'f lp dally.
At S:i .- .a.m.
.a.m. j At 1:30 p m.
p.m. At 6... ....... ..-p.m.
Fare MCh way.
iii i, . hf d hld. atanv coon intermediate
alilfltrpMMagcnior freight. norZltf.
7AH8V1LLE AND CAIRO,
The flae steamer
M WWLER . .....Maiter
Will leave Cairo far BTansvllto every Sunday and
Thuraelav evenlnKs. at 6 o'claol, p.m. tor
frtlgntor passage, apply oa b.',r"1 0.r'" . .
Jan! If JAa. UI0Q3, Agt,
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid .learner
Joo t'owlcr, Maatcr.
ii.im l t (. V. Mi tUr exoented) at 4
xa. For InUhtor ph ph nnbonrdor
Caraberland Itlvcr t'nekeN
irASQVILLE, GLAKKSVILLE AND
Tke splendid steamer
TOU nAKMAN...Maitr ALEX. IIAUD ClerU
WllllriTa C.lro . rv'Snturd.T at & o'clock n.m.
forClarkiTllle, and Bathvllle. For Ireigtil or
pa use, p,l onooaraor to
JV9 Dions, Ag't.
XABHV1LLE, CLAKrISVILLU AMD
The gallant ateamer
Will leare Cairo every Thnradav at S o'clock p.m
ror annTUie, laraaw uie aua u wnj poiDM
rreignt or passage appir oa ooara or to
JeS3tf. J AS. BIOGS, Ag'i.
The good steamer
Will leave Cairo every Monday at A o'clock, p.m.
for Nashville, and all way porta For freight or
pastage, apply on board er to
..Sir r JAB. MOOtf, Agt.
IXMIUftANT Tf UI.TM.
FOR BALE, ) For 8le (FOR SALE,
FOR SALE, j For S!e 1 FOR HALE.
Pare from LiVEitrftoL,
Euro frum LoyucNuemtY
Furo from Glasgow,
Faro from Qukexstowx
TO CAIRO, i :::::: : $48-20
BaHord, Morris k Oa , gentn.
Liverpool Ntw-Totk and Philadelphia
ooaraicT with vxitkd sTaixatao iiitiii
For Cirqinit tno Malls.
0R PASSAGE TICKETS
oa t waiaaa inroixinoa ,
APrLY .TO JOUN G. DALE, Aqt.1
II Broadway, New-Tork, erto
Waahlngton Avenue. Cairn. aois. 31
The Illinois Central Iti'l Huvl Company now
Iferforaale the rollowinsilescrlbed loia lu hirK
dJilloato the City of Cuiro, Tla t
Let ST block 20, Lot 21 block 2,
" IS ' W, IS7 " tl,
' s ti, as si,
S ' J, " 31 8i,
" S " M, ' .1i ' Hi.
rerterms.ete. apply to JAMES JOHNO.V,
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDENUB-No. 21 Thirteenih atreet, be.
.. ,,r!,a Wltiini!ion averme un I Wtlnut tre t.
omce UHminrilyenn. up llrn,
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SKBlbE.NCE-cornerffintri aud Walnut sts.
J.Ti'a-soriier nxth treel n I Ohio lereo.
cehours-fromc a.m. to U m , ami p.m
H. WAUDNEit, M. D.
WMihinirtnn ...r. rr""'h street and
r.w o t iK.tih nr.
tea over in postofltee,
oraca hotw t0 12
a wi.anaio u-m.
ALLEN, MULKEV &, WHEELER
William J. Alton, -v
i?i--M.2Ly?.- Y CAIKO. ILLINOIB.
TFICE-OTer rintKetlonai Bank, Ohio Leree
.GREEN 4 GILBERT,
WilllaxeH. n, 1
tmboS buaiiV... " 10 "'T and
Rnautia atlaHliai. I a
.uiiKanHiuai AD 8 OVER
wii naenij. hank.
" i roprietor
1 h$ Only Fint-Clau Jhuu in On (;it!f
THE DAVIS LOOK STIOil
TDK GREATEST IMPROVEMENT OF THE AOE.
Terms Most Liberal.
Agents vrantnl for nnoccupirH tftrltorr.
forclrculnr ami price ll.t.
Branch offlco, 013 Xorlh Foarltt Street
st. couis, no.
8. F. NEWTt)N, Mansger.
a There ill hen rejiiilir communication on
'aA-r Iiflm f.n.lm b., 604. .. F. . A. St. II
VV'Tonk! Iia I llim.Tliurdij OTnlu Feb 1,
1672. wort in M. M. utgree.
THE BULLET LN.
FubllalieU every mitrnliiK, Mouclny !
A beautiful article just received nnd for
tale at wholesulo nnd retail by
ItEINHARUT V. UeLZKKR. Solo Agt
To ronl a dwelling fur small family
convenient to butiness purt uf the city
Apply to 78 Ohio Levee, or address post
office box 844. jau303t
"VVc havo just received, from the man
ufacturers, a Wilcox and Gibbs sowing
machine. It is beautifully finished and
has the bemmcr, braider, etc., This ma
chine, worth sixty dollars, will bo sold at
bargain and may bo scon at Boom 10,
Winter's block. If
AU perons hSng claimi against the
Contractors on tho
Cairo & Vincennes Railroad
Aro requested to Iruvu tlicir ciuiiiim wiui
A. B. SaOord, cushier City Natioruil bank,
to be forwarded to us tor adjustment.
Doiuje, Lord & Co.
CARD OF THANKS.
Tho undorslgncd takes this method
of returning h.r sincere tlmiiks to the
Gcrinania Life Insiiranco Co., of Now
York, for tlm prouiit mid cheerful pny
mcntofn policy of $1,S00 on tho life of
her Into li us bund.
To Mr. Uuinhold V. Buhner, the effi
cient agent of thu cumnuny at Cairo, aro
my thanks especially duo for his kind and
Honorable action in tno settlement or my
claim. Catharine Briuacii.
WINES AND LIQUOR.
Pat. Fitzgontld, of the Sample Rooms,
has received tho nppulntmontof agent for
tuo sale of tho Hainmondsport, N. Y
Urbanna Wlno Company's wines in this
city. If tho bottlo with which wo wcro
yesterday presented it a sample of tho
quality of tlieio wines, thon wo are pre
pared to say that they are among the best
wo liuvo ever tasted. No has Just
roceivod a largo consignment, which ho is
prepared to sell at tho lowoit fli;urors.
He hat alio on hand it large and complete
stock of tho varlou brands of Irish,
Scotch and American whiskies, and wines
of every variety jun 12dtf.
Tho fifth and final party to bo given un
der tho auspices of tho Cairo TorpsiohoroHn
cluo, will bo held at the St. Cliurlus hotel,
Aliursdai'.oTfiBlnc.Fob. 8lh, 1872. The'
party i to be a masquorndo, fancy dress
and drctS cnmlilnnrl. All npnen&iirv fir.
rangemonu to uuarantoo a nleasant and
social party , Wn, Illado hy tho ro.
spective committee,. Arrangements havo
been made with niln. ii,t Rexford, to
prepare a supper for the occasion. Tho
admission fee has been fix,t ... o f,.
those who aro not members ot th uiub.
All those who have received cards of
invitation to tho series of parties will im
expected without further notlco.
B. Frank Blake,
Com. of Arrangements.
BOARD AND LODGING.
Mr.T.B. Ellis, tho corncr.of Seventh
and Commercial is prepared to accom
modate all who Bppy with boar(j( wit(l
or without rooms, ut prices lower than any
other flrst-classhouio In tho city. Mr. El
l's keeps an excellent table-, his rooms are
front rooms high, light and iilry, and well
furnished, and wo havo no hesitation In
promising satisfaction to all who call on
him. Mr. Kills will alto supply parties
who deslro with unfurnished rooms nt
reasonable rates. L-t all Interested take
notice. Remember on
"'nth and Commercial,
THE CAIRO DAILY
, '. , . I
H Is reported that ho gorge between
Cnlroml Columbus is 11 mlloa in length
ilTho gallant lltllo steamer Jim. Fisk,
Jr., camo down yslerJay tho first timo
for several days.
Wanted board and furnished room
for gentleman, wifo and child, Referenco
given nnd required. Address, Bulletin.
Inournotlco of the theft of a number
ofrnilrond tlckot,sovcral days since, we
staled thoy wore stolen from tho ticket
office in this city. "Wo were misinformed.
Tho tickets were stolen from tho office at
A cotiplo of negro women bocome
Involved In a quarrel yestorday, whan ono
flhcmdrcw out a razor, and declared
that if her sablo sister did not "nit out of
o way, " sho would giro her "a deal
rrant wid dat razar."
By notlco in another column of this
morning's Bulletin', it will bo seen that
the directors of tho Cairo and St. Louis
railroad will moot.at Carbbndale on Thurs-1
ay, 8th Inst. Buslnots of importance
will corao beforo tho board.
It would bo well for our citizens to
look well to tho fastening of their doom
on rotorlng at night. Tho city Is full of
oise characters, aod It Is only reasonable
to supposo that among them there is a lib
eral sprinkling of thieves,
Wheroaroyougoing7 To tho place
numbor 63, Ohio lovco, whore thoy koep
the best fresh oysters, fish and gamo, a?iJ
tlm Qnost wines, llouon, and clears to bi
ound in tho city. Opon at all hours, day
or night. J. E. Park
" A dispatch was sent to Cairo and
Mr. Joe Arnold, Chlof of Police of that
city, promptly overhauled and arrested
the offender at Mound City nnd brought
him to this placo." Mr. Arnold is not
chief of tho police forco ol this city,
Now that tho Cairo and Vincennet
railroad is a fixed fact tho contrail
having been let, and work to bo commen
ccd nt once, Jorgonsen is propared to sell
all kinds of groceries cheaper than any
other house In the city. It
Thcro was a regular old fashioned
rough and tumble, hair pulling, oyo bung
in xr. nose thumpinir row in ono of thu
fifth class luvco saloons yestorday after
noon. The only damage was a pair of
black eyes, and a bloody hea l or two.
Tho second and last term of tho chil
dren's dancing school, under tho tuperin
tendence of l'rof. Charles Hardy, will com
mence on Saturday, iobruary tld, at 1!
o'clock p.m. ,Fub. i-d3t.
Moso Smith, who has boon spending
the past few weeks in tbq hospiul, got.
out day before yesterday. In lots than
two hours after his discharge from that
institution ho was blind drunk. Blllingsly
gobbled him, and took him boforo Shan
nossy. Smith promised to drink no moro'
and bis honor discharged him.
Mr. Gustav Klingsohr, a musician of
. ., ... i. . -. r
yenrr, been cngagod ns a professor In Bal
timore, Aid., proposes to make his future
homo in our city und now offers hit ser
vices to tho public. Those who havo not
already engaged competent teachers would
do well to address Mr. Klingsohr, .Box
1103, Cairo, 111.
Gen. Whitlow, II. S. Morrill and
Col. Chas. S. AVood, of tho Cairo & Vinccn
ncsrailro.id aro in the city. Wo under
stand that Gon. Winslow has informed
parties In this city that tho cntiro lino of
tho road, oxcopting about six miles, has
bcon lot to sub-contractors, and that work
will bo resumed ns soon ns men can bo
Groat inducements to any one wish
ing to buy a first-class piano or organ.
E. & W. Buder offot their entire stools', in
tho piano and organ line at the actual,
cost of tho Instruments. Thoy are desir
ous of closing out tho stock so that "they
may use tho room for jewelry manufactur
Tho family of colored peoplo living
near tho corner of Thirteenth street and
Washington avenue, had n lively time of
it yestorday. Ono of the daughters beat
heir mother, an old and almost helpless
woman, with a stick of stove wood in a
must brutal and shamoful manner. After
whipping iho poor old cripple, she turned
her out of iho houso to take caro of her
self ns best sho could.
wiiiio .nr. btcpnen senwamtz was
driving ono of tho teams belonging to tho
city brewery nlong Ohio leveo yester
day, near the Dolmonlco hotel, tho horses
became frightened and dashod up the
street ot a foirful rate of speed. Near
tho city national bank the sleigh was
overturned, und Mr. Schwanltz thrown
ou'., fortunately sustaining but slight in
Tho fair and festival by tho members
of tho German CathoHo church, which has
been going on for the last three nightt,wat
we aro informed, n grand success, finan
cially ns well as socially. Tho hall was
crowded every night, from first to last, and
wo havo yet to hear of any ono that'.was
there who docs not speak in the highest
terms of the entertainment nnd general
good feoling that pefiuled among, thoio
in attendance. Financially, it Is said, to
havo been moro than sriocosful.
The residonce of Mr; Henry Ouhl,
on Washington avenue betweon Eighth
and Ninth streets, was entered by thieves
somo time during night beforo last, and
considerable property stolen. 3Ir.sCuhl'i
fine gold watch, his pants and 'coa't, and
a pattern for a now wator-proof cloak be
longlngio Mrs. ;Cuhl wore taken. Tho
thief or thieves entered tho houso
through tho kitchen window. As yet no
cluo has been ascertained as to the where
abouts of tho stolon goods or tho persons
who took them.
Wo havo no hesitation in recommend,
ing William Eblers, boot nnd shoo maker
as worthy of most llboral patronage. Wo
know whoroof wo speak when we saj his
work It done in a masterly tuannor at the
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of stock, nd he cannot be excelled In
d"cto maWng .nt,
uivn him .Mil dt ni in cm on rwcniiein i
streot, between Washington avenue and
house, and wo will guarantoo satisfaction.
Tho Grand Juko Alexis has skipped
Cairo and makes hi, appearance at Lou-
Isvillo to-dav. This will bo a treat
appointment to the Calroltos, as each of
the councilman rwno wore to turn oui
In a body) had borrowod a clean shirt,
nalr of socks, nnd n naner collar for tho
occasion ; tho timn nnd expense or denn
ing up the big pump will bo tnrewn away,
and the neat, flowery nddress.pronarcd by
John Oherlv will bn wasted. Wo would
remind the religious editor or tho BULLK-
. a . a a I A a -
tik that this is a world oi aisappinimcnia
and aggravations, and wo would also im
press upon him tho impropriety of using
any kuss words on this occasien. jw
Mr. Oborlv. after ascertaining that
Aloxis had "gono back on Cairo," lolt for
St. Louis to wear off' his, disappointment.
Jack Winter says ho is ono shirt ahead
Mr. Chas. Mohnor hat just roceived
from tho pulishers in New York, a book
cf costumes containing, all the latest styles
of stage equipments. He invites his friends
to call and examine tho book, and if there
are any persons desiring articles in this
line, Mrs. Mehner is prepared to furnish
them on short notice and reasontblo
terms. Mr. Mehner also hat a number of
masks which be will tell or hire out to
those who may want. them. Mr, Mehner
bat removed his establishment to the two-
story frame building opposite John
School's hall, whero ho is preparod to fur
masks on tho shortest notice.
Yesterday morning when tho steady
going portion of our community opened
their oyet to tho dawn of day and their
ears to tho sounds of busy life, the snow
covering every inanlmato thing of tho
out-door world was a surprise to thorn.
Softly, quietly, without any premonitory
symptoms the evening before, it had come
down, down, down, all night long, and
when morning came, each fenco and post
and chimney was capped with snow. Like
a soft carpet, it covorod every inch of
ground, and lay in a smooth, white un
broken mass on every roof-troo. And all
through yesterday it foil, now blown by tho
wind, now shooting into corners and by
ways and now descending in a straight
lino from its airy home, scarcely ceasing
once in Its downward flight, and last night
Cairo boasted of a snow fall of four to six
It it true that Blankenburg's Excel
sior saloon it now one of the institutions
of the city. All drinkers who like really
oxcellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer.
etc. go to the Excelsior saloon, which is
'fitted up in splendid style. Blankenburg
who knows how..to keop a saloon, spreads
a fine freo lunch every morning and eve
ning, and, as be forcibly expresses It,
.'Sweetens tho lunch witk music." Ho
has employed the services of a first-rate
pianist, who makes the grand piano
which stands in one end of tho saloon
speak out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. Tho host ordor is maintained
and all improper characters suppressed
.... ... 1 If. -
crybody knows that the Eicolsior saloon
is at the corner of Washington avenue and
Millions havo read tbo Pilgrim's
Progress; It has given reproof to tho er
ring, exhortation to tho wavering, instruc
tion to tho weak; and somo thoro are who
havo bcon delighted with the other works
of the great author. It is boliovod, and
can hut be, that thoro are .thousands all over
tho land, who will hail with delight an op
nortunity to obtain in ono compact and
beautiful volGm'o' all the works of the
" glorious, dreamer" not only "Christians
progress from this world to that which
Is to come, " but also, " Grace Abound
Ing, " ''Christian Behavior," "Solomon's
Temple Spiritualized," ''Jerusalem Sinner
Saved," "The Uoly War," "The Barren Fig
Tree," Heavenly Footman, 'Llfo and Death
of Mr. Bodman,' 'Bunynn's 'Confession of
Faith,' 'His Last Sermon,' Poetical Works,
and many others. lJunyan's complote
works havo been sold in this county only
l ...!.! .."-i-.Y"- l-U
... uui.iuua luiuiMiBiug bail lu luurfceun
volumes and costing $12 to $15. This
work is In one volume of 1015, doublc-eol
umned, uper-rcgnl octavo pages, is finely
printed oh rosc-tihted paper, beautifully
illustrated with full page steel engravings
and durably bound. Mr. W. F. Pitcher
is the authorized, agent for Alexander,
Pulaski and Massau counties, and is now
canvassing for tho above work.
The following ii a tabjo showing tho
daily and monthly mean of barometer and
thermometer; monthly velocity of wind
and amount of rainfall, with the prevail
ing direction of winU for the month of Jan
uary, 1872 :
Dale. Mean dally Mean dally I Rainfall,
January 1st 30.60 34.0 00
" 2nd 3U.'23 30.7 00
" 3rd 30.22 37.0 03
. " 4th 30.30 34.7 00
" 'ith...i 30.5w.,. pa,8..54,.00
6th..;. 80.21...: 35.0.
- ! rt Art
7th 30.12 34.2....
8th 30.44 30.3
0th 30.61 30.7
lOlh... 80 33 32.0....
11th... 30.4s.... 37.6
12lh... 30.13 43.8....
18th... 30.28 37.0
" 16th... 30.17 39.6....
" 16th... 30 34 80.5....
" im.h. 80.41 81.8
18th... 80.12 88.5
10th... 20.89 80.7
20th... 30.08 33.8
21st.... 30.28 31.6
22nd... 29.00 41.6
, .,23rd..., 30.11 ..23.0
24th.:. 30M:., 8.0
16th... 80.31. r It 20.0. 00
2Cth... 29.02 27,0 00
27th... 20.81.... 31.8 .00
?8th... 80.88 1 13-7.....r .00
20th... 80,68 10,0 00
80th. .. 30.61 Steele 20.6 00
31st.... 30.45 20.0 .00
Monthly mean, barometer, 30.27;
monthly mean, thermometer, 31.3. Total
rainfall, J.44 inpbes. Provalljng wind,
west; t total 'number of miles travelled,
4,020', Highest temperature, January
12th, 66"; lowo5t, Jinuary'0tb, 49.
Sleeping: Rooub Vob Bkt. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms In City Na
tional Bank building. 'Apply to
At City lattonM Bank.
FEBRUARY 3, 1872.
Ornci ortnt Camo inn St. Un n rt r
. c ; n. Co.,
A moetlng of tho Directors of this Com.
pany will bo hold In tho town of Carbon-
,1. m, , .... "I
" next, j-oorunry 8lU
10 "i at aociocicin tlio forenoon of said
S. Staats Taylor,
rROQRAMMK FOB EHE GOVERNMENT or
THOSE WHO ATTEND.
In order that it be fully understood by
all contemplating attending tho " grand
masquerado to bo given under tho auspi
ces of tho Torpslchorean club nnd that n
wrong construction may not bo entertain,
od of tho articles in yestordny's Bullk
TIN, tho following will be strictly enforc
Members nnd parties holding invitations
for tho scries aro Invited without further
notice; nndmombors having friends desir
ous of attending must sccuro Invitations
from tho invitation committee.
Tliosa masking can do so nt homo or at
the hall. All aro expocted to appear in tho
front parlor of tho St. Charles hotel, at 8
o'clock, sharp. Tho first sot will bo called
at 8 o'clock. Tho cntrnnco to tho hall
being tho back stairs of tho hotel, will be
guarded by two or moro members of tho
club, matknd, who will be required
to see ana Know tno liico Ol every ono
entering. No entrawo can bo inadu
through tho front door. At 11 o'clock
tho grand march will bo taken up nnd
aflor marching and countur-marehlng
a ctrclo will be formed around thu hall,
when nt tho word"unmask," all masks will
be raised. After unmasking, ench gont
will take his own partner and continue.
luo march to supper.
By order of tho Committee on Invita
tion and Floor Mnnagcrs
THE FUR TRADE.
H. LEVY & CO. PAY THE I1IOHEST MARKET
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of prices paid by H. Levy & Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce,
Lovy & Co. do a very largo trade in their
line, and it Is a well known fact that they
always pay tho highest prices to bo ob
tained in this market. Ihoy are now
Mink S2 00a 2 25
Wild Cat CO
House Cat 10 a 15
Musk Rat 15
Otter 6 00 a 7 ou
BearSkin 3 00 a 0 00
Beaver, per pound.
CO a 76
hides, ter rouNo:
Beef Hides, Dry Salt
" Green Salt
OTHER ARTICLES :
Tallow, par pound
Feathers, " "
Wool, " "
Beeswax " "
274 n 37
u a i' j
60 a 00
GO a 70
- - -nr!n Hit anhlprl In rnrrpr.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE.
Dwelling house built last summer nnd
two acres of ground, cost $3,600 and storo
house, cost $1,500 now renting for twenty
dollars por month, in a growing railroad
town in Southern Illinois. Will exchange
part or all of the abovo for dwelling houso
of samo valuo in Cairo. This Is n good
opportunity for any one wanting to go in
to business. Address 11, S., caro of Bul
Notice. Tho best entertainment in
the city Is at the St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
and restaurant. The host music that can
be had violin and 'piano. Good lunch
every morning and night. Alt of the
finest brands of cigars, and tho best St,
Louis lager beer, always froh and nice.
Glvo us a call.
Karrt Walker. Proprietor.
FEATHERS I FEATHERS!
H. Levy & Co., nt No. 03 Ohio lover-,
havo on hand and for sale in quantities to
suit purchasers, ono thousand pounds ol
good feathers. Thoy will be sold nt priccr
within tho reach ot tho poorest. Families
suppled ut reasonable rates. dec 12-tf
Mr. W. H. Ryan has lately opened n
framo nnd picture establishment on 8th
street, near cor. Washington ftvenuo.
His stock comprises frames of till styles
and sizes, anil many very handsome pho
tographs, engravings, chromos, albums
etc. Ho has all sorts of mouldings and
makes tho framing of pictures to order, a
specialty. 3Ir. R. invites all to call nnd
examino hit stock. Jan 28-lm-d.
Notice. I wlili to notify all persons
against buying or In nny way trading for
certain due bill held by J. II. Grate-
house against tho undersigned, as I hold n
note for a greater amount against Mr.
Gratchouse. Jas. Somerwkll.
Thirty cents a week will securo a pol
icy for ono thousand dollars in tho Lilo
Association of America. A good invest
ment for a young man. For particulars
apply to Carl L. Thomas, special agent,
Marriaoe Guide. Intorotting work
numorous engravings, 224 pages. Price
60 cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis
Mo. Seo Advertisement. tf
Testimony. Thousands of mothers aro
constantly speaking in exalted terms of
commendation of tbo magical effects of
Mrs. Whitcomb's Syrup for soothing
Infants teething. jatiiUd&wlw
imported Malaga grapes at Jorgon
son's, corner of Twontieth streot and
Washington avenuo. U
New Fronch prunes,
raisins always on hand
Wright's nu pius uttra minced mca
prepared exprouly for family use, at Jor
Steamer. Wlicro from. Where to.
Cnubo , Monnd City.
Tho following is tho report of tho con
dition of tho rivurs nt tlm nlnni-t nnranJ
for tho 24 hours ending at 11:40 yestorday
St. Louis 0
St. Paul o
CONDITION OF the rivers.
Tho river Is falling ugain very fast and
will soon be down ugain to its former
place. Thoro was very little Ico passing
down thu Ohio yeaiuruay ou account of
gorgo having formed ut Cnrsville about 30
miles abovo Paducah, which is said to bo
Tho Columbus gorgo remains as firm as
overhand the boats that were so unfortun
ate us to got caught in It still remain
there. There wcro no official reports
from thoro yesterday. It is said that tho
ice is piling mountains high around tho
Great Republic, aud sho is in great dan
gur or being injured when tho gorge
breaks. Ett'orts woiomndo from tbo foot
of the gorgo to relievo tome of tho boats,
but thoy proved lruitlets. The condition
of tho Misiuilppl remains unchanged
Greenfield ferry boat has again com,
menced running in tho Mississippi oppo
site the city. Our port list embraces one
arrival from Paducah and one from Mound
City. Tho tipper Ohio remains closod as
tight as ever and in a falling condition
II US I NESS AND WEATHER.
Business yesterday was quite dull and
everything was on tbo stand still. The
heaviest snow storm that has occurred
hero for ten years set in Thursday night
and all day yesterday tho flakes fell fast
and furious, tho ground was covered with
snow to tho depth of 8 inches.
Who tays that navigation to Cairo is
"played out ?'' By refering to our mam
molh port list it will be "keen that Jim
Fisk withCapt. Smcdleyon the roof arriv
ed from Paducah bringing a cabin full of
people. Her arrival was heralded with de
light by quite a number of peoplo who
havo been ico bound and unablo to reach
their respective homes. Jim Beverly dish
ed out tickets like hot cakes and soon her
cabin was filled.
Cunt. Smedloy reported but little ico
from Paducah to this place and entertain
tho opinion that ho will bo able to make
bis daily trips with the Jim Fisk during
the balanco of tho wintor.
A team of flroy horses hitched to a sled
became frightened on tho leveo and taking
- tinlr linnlA nlnnc thn 'do nf lvn
imn emit in. contuol with ono or tli
ring bolt, upsetting tho sled nnd spoiling
tho occupants, Injuring one of them about
"Walt" went out tho other day to have
a lino skate every thing wont lovely
until from somo unknown cause bo becamo
top heavy and Instantly, Lo found him
self trying to "skip olT on his ear and tho
result is ho has considerable " moro "Jaw"
on one sldo of his head than the other.
Dr. Thomas J. Grefflths surgeon in
charge of tho N. O. Marino Hospital at
Louisville reports tho following as the
condition of tho hospital under his chargo
during January 1872 :
Putients remaining tho last dav of
December ."..,....'.... 74
" Treated 142
" Admitted during tho ''month
January ; C8
" Discharged 50
" Di.d o
" Remaining on last day of Jan. 02
Privnto patients treated 16
The landing bad a deserted appearanco
yesterday and hardly a human being was
lound on It owing to the bad weather.
One or two river reporters wero out, and
they might as woll have rcmainod in
doors und bohaved themselves like white
people, for all the items that they could
find. River items wcro vory scarce and
hard to find,
Tho Samson No. 2 camo in from below.
Sho has been laid up between horo and
Columbus over slnco heavy Ico began run
ning. A groat many peoplo thought
sho was from below the gorge, but she Is
If tho ground hog sign holds good,-the
winter is nearly over. Yesterday being
tho day that tbo ground hog leaves hit
hole aud it being certain that he did notsoe
his shadow, our steamboat men may look
for an early break up and a busy season
for somo time to como. Tbero Is a vast
amount of freight everywhere ready for
shipment which will bo shipped as soon as
navigation is resumed.
It was thought that tho last rise in the
river at this placo would enablo tho Mary
E, Forsyth to float off the rocks but it did
not and sho remains in the same position.
City National Hank Bstildlar.
xtaJJpeclal attention paid to orders from steam
oats nlslit or dav."W
Prunelles, in ono pound boxes, at
L. Jorgentcn has on hand a fresh sup
ply of Damsons, in syrup, tf
For now citron, orange and lemon
peel, go to Jorgcnson's corner of Twen
tieth streot and Washington avonue. tf
Crystal vitiogar from London at Jor
gcnson's, corner of Twontieth streot and
Washington avenuo. tf
Sandwitched meats of nil kinds al
ways on hand at S.jjojfgcnson's. tf.
Yarmouth sUccotaih and. corn At Jor-
BURNETT & CO.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID VOX II lull
Mostrs. Burnett & Co.,Thornton's block, j
Tenth stroet, aro propared to pay the high
est cash price for articles in thoir line, as
PrlmoMInk .'. SUO to 2.21
Rnccoon ouo to otic
10 to 15
40 to 60
10 to 12
5.00 to COO
0.00 to 7.00
01 to 10c
12 to 14c
25 to 35c
Grcon Salt, kip and calf..
For other articles, such as rags, feath
ers, boos wax, wool and tallow, wo will pay
too highest market prices.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, 111.
For Sale. A cottage on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cittern and out
bouses complete Apply to
W. W. Thoxktow.
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.
assets - lMO.rjia) i
ttollclts all klndaot risks.
ocirtf Agent, Cairo. .
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
Obi River stssd lfstsiftwltsi
SALT C OM 3PjA-2fT Z IE)
70 Ohio Levee, .
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
el erery deacrlpUea,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished oa ahortest notice.
Commcrcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sU.,
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
a Butta in
Fitter'a and Plumber's material, Woo
pumps, glob and angie Taints, atop
cocks, check valves, etc.
alio aoaar roa
Tnfts Brtjtbera Patent Dry Usui Meter
And Uoreheuae, Wells k Co'i Automatie Watei
Indicator and Supply Valve for steam hollers.
WINTER'S ULnCK, COMMERCIAL-AVENUE
leeetee eeeefeMeeeetMeMttetetteeeieeeee e
- WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Alto, keep constaatly oa hand a nost
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES
Port, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba Wine,
RtlMYTII 4 CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
, which fact they Invite the etpeclal atten
tion of close bargain buyers.
BfuM athntiw fivm h Filling Qrtm.