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TIMITABLE OF THKuIlNOIS CENTRAL n'
On and after Sunday, . Hth, UTI, the
n ttmeble will eovern the arrival an-
n. nf no-.r trains At Calrol
Dtpart Mull train, dally.......'''''' i'Jj i.'JJJ)
.. 3:30 a.ri.
bPiM.d. except Sunday r.m.
No ehaaaa of w c,.,,nt
SaMBa war. - ' ,., ,,,.
- i r.im i m in i:n tak".
rsr-f R aieaping can -
.nJ to lt ItnporUM point.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make, three trips dally.
iTUS CA1SO I moi p citt
f .m. At ::w "
7i n m. Ai 1:30 P ro
il i fi.. . p.m. I At 6 - p.m.
Fare each way, cents! 10 ticket for i .
Will taai, when nailed, at any Rood intermediate
aaiungtor passnneraor freight. nov21tr.
VANSY1LLE AND CAIRO,
The fint tWaraer
firs rewLF.n ( ...Master
Will leave Cairo for Evansville every Sunday and
Thursday evenings, at o'cl.xj-1, p.m. hor
tVelRntor passage, apply on board or to
jan 3 tf JA. Illupg. Afit.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The rplrodiil rtrtmtr
Jo Fwlrr, JInalor.
Cilro UUv, (Jialsys excepted) at 4
Kor Irslhtor p.u ap:ls on board or
JAS. lltt.l.M, Asj't.
Cistaberlnnil lllvcr I'isekeU
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
fas splendid steamer
TOM HAUMAN.MUt AI.KX. IIAIU)......Clerk
Will leave Csltn"es-rv Saturday at 5 o'clock p.m.
brCiatkaville, and Naahvllle. lor freight or
tiusage, apMy od board or to
.)au3tf JAS I110C1H, Aj't.
NABnTILLE, CLAKKSVILLE AND
The ga'.Unt attamer
OWKN DAVIS... Mait.r .
Will leave Cairo ttery Thursday at 6 o'clock p.m
Ibr Aaalinlie, Clarkavllleand all way roint, Kur
rroigni or pnaaage aiinlr on hoard or lo
JanJif. JAb. 1)1003, Af't.
Th Kod ataamer
Will leave Cairo every Monday at S o'clock, p.m.
for iVashvllle, and all way po'ta Tor freight or
pir". flr on Un r
jau 3 tf
JAS. IHUll, Aft.
FOK SALE,) Fr gal. f FOR SALE,
I her Sale I '
r v I 'orf-alc
ALh,. ) For Hale
Faro from Liverpool,
Furo from Londonderry
Fnro from Glasgow,
"Faro from Ql'eentown
TO CAIRO, $ 1 8 '.' 0
SnrJor.i, Morris t Ca , i;puh.
Liverpool .Nen-Tuik add Philadelphia
oia Conner with vnited iTATitsAND titiisn
For Carrying tne Malla.
, FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
Ot Il'UTllIA lafORM T10M
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
IS nro.idway, New-York, or to
II. II o lljl t ,
"niDSKin ireia-f, liiirn. aoi. ji
Tie Illlrois Csntrat Iti I Itjal Comp.ny no
Terf(iriiethelollowini'decribed lot In Fira
Adlitionto th Cliv of Cairo, vln
Let block. Si. Lot at Uoclc St.
" ti " SO. 27
ror irrm,eie. apply -.o
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. I).
Ri,IJS-Cl:rNo- '' 'I'hirteenih atretl, be.
o-hel T," .. 'h!t,if"n avenue nn 1 Walnut aire, t.
"nc'-UiCjiniiiercMlm ynue. up tair.
C. W. DUNNING, M. J).
yr.ll-..nrnrNlnh nil. I VV.I
. vm. to Vi m., and 'J p.m
11 WAluTsv.U M 1)
TEsIDF.NCK-Corn., v.. r.1'. "'
Jt Waalmion aver.ue. ,-, i,.! .'reet and
h'.' over the pototti-e
a ui. ana. -tot o in,
A I I w xiiti ,, .... .
ALl.fcN MULK.KV k WHEKLKR
Wllliiin J. Alln
mj,,;'K:..,u')ni'" f,id to "dad.
OFriCI-Over Fli.t.NaTi;..! nanU, Ohio L.vee.
QUEEN k GILBERT,
COUNSELORS' AT LAW,
Wl laroU. en. '
"TICK OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OVER
CITY NATIONAL HAWK.
COMC OHIO lit
JA Qnly I)'r$(.Ctau IIouu in i,e City
nd fro the Depot
FOR V4M1MIIS AND "WAY
I, A '!
JA ( (tfMM.MKfS M(tcr.
MX llflil1 Clerk
U'jII loite "ro for Memphis and way landmen
ftoon ms the. lee itoete la broken, felie will
commence to ircelve might to-d.iy from either
J. M. I'hi'.llne. II. c. Wrls'it and Sol. ?lher
A .(Ml a.
GOLD I GOLD I! GOLD III
Will force the heard or moustache to srow
thick and heavy, on the rinoo'.lieat 'ace, or hair
on the Imldeat head, Id 21 days, or money refund.
d il. Thli preparation ria been before the pub
Ho fur otcr tl'lr.cm jenr, and thoiiand. of
wiluntsry testimonials can l" ahown of Ita trier
II. rent by mail, pott.pflid, with direction In
full for It? life, lor Mvcnta n iftcke((o i three for
(JOI.I)BX COM POUNP CO.,
No. iJjl'nif lr el,M. I.onia, Vo.
CAltli L. THOMAS,
noir p. -.piiej to reipond promptly to all de
mands for tin acrvlcea.
SHOP-COR. STn-dT. AND CoMIERCAL-AY
III the I'erry llouac,
II. T. GEROULDj
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
CJ AN FIXTVIIKN,
Fi'.ler'a .and I'lumtier'a material, Woo
imiiip". Klob- aud hiik f TnlVk", (tup
a La Aor.HT roa
Tnlld Itrotlient I'ntrnt Iry Un Mctem
And lorehue, Wella A Co'a Aulon.atic Wntei
inuicaKirauu supply vaive lor aleani hollera.
WINTER 8 I1LOCK, COMMr.I'.CIAL-AVKVUf.
We arc nutlioriio 1 to announce Andrew Cain
as a candidate tor re-elect ion to the office, of City
Mar." In I at tho apiiroachlnK charier election.
We are authorized to announco Mr. Joseph U
Taylor nan candidate for re-clcclion to the olllco
of Cily Treaurcr at the enelilnir charter
Wo are authorized to announco Mlcliael How
ley as a candidate for re-election to the odlco o
City Clerk r.t tho eii'ulng charier election.
IabllKlioI vry morning-, .WoikIiiv ex-
II. F. Tvalor, nt tho Alhcnctim, on
"Wcdncsdiiy evening, Fob. Till.
Sonnlor Jlolooml), our fomitor, lec
tured beforo tho. Pontine Agricultural .Soci
ety last Wednesday evening.
"Thought and iu ClmrioU" in tho
auliject of tlio lecture to be delivered by IJ.
F. Taylor, nt tho Atlicneuni, cn "WoJnot
AVnntr.'d Girl, to do genr!tl liouio
work. Will pny goti.l wugci.
fi-'bl It ' U. S. IlARltELL.
Yeiterdny was tho nioJt dUngreeablo
day of tho seaon. R tin began to full at
about eight o'click, nnd continued with
out intormiision tha livj-longdny.
You can buy your tickets for Mr.
Taylor i lecturo nt thj book stores and
news stands. .Swuro reerved gejts early
on cdnes'lty, itt tho oflljc nt the athe
Two men, employed in cutting
ice in tho Misslitippi river, on .Sunduy,
tho ieo broko nway nnd they wero
precipitated Into the witter. Rather i co'.d
Feather DtHtora, and Looking Olassoj.
I have on hnnd u lino stock of Feather
Dutters nnd Lo iking Glaijes which I am
I itlllng very chep. nt Thonton's Iilock,
Tenth street. IJ. S. IIaiiiiell.
! fob I Ct
1 Capt. Davy liiner lim given tosonio
1 of our people his opinion as to how tho it s
! furirG between thUettv Hml (.'nlm.ibin ,v.
formed. Reml our rivor report in an
other column, nnd binrii what lio thinks
The grocory store of II, M. Hulen, on
Commercial avenue, near Eighth atreot,
"us broken into by thieve on Siturday
4 i i. t rm. . . .i i i i
" b"k- Aim nioiiuy urunur wtj roooeu,
".4 u nMnv of rie, ,,,! ,i.
"Kan, So cluo to tho thiovos.
t 1 1 (if I... i . -
iJ or. -1 Mraihw listen to air. 11. F.
Taylor. Wuttlift .... ,lf , ,,
Taylor wHI lecture. Z A Lum o n
to-morrow evenl,,s. .See,.,, ulkeU rly!
-Where are you going? tu
number 03, Ohio lovee, where , 'J"'"
tho best fresh oyac, ,1,1, and Batnc, !
thu fincit wine.., li.juors and cigars to bi
found In the city. 0p,n at all hour, dsy
0r ' " J. E. Park
i .i.i ti t -
it anybody knows oftbe h..
m Tu-11"' v wb0 Iefl Premises of
... nucniiignHm, of South Pus,, L'nion
comity, ratbor mysteriously i juW
W confer a reut favor on that Kent.c.
Now that tin. !,.... . , ...
railrel .. ' T""" Mm vit.eciiiies
cod at oneo. .ir,.,. . cowmen.
.ii m,,. "f"r" . i,rBi,ft"" to qh
B.otorie. eneapcr than anv
other houte In the city.
1 ho stumer Arkansas, Jlc0 jack
Grammar, master, will leave Cairo as soon
the gorge btween Cairn and Columbus
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY,
Is broken. Sho Is a. good boat, and thoso
who tako paisagc onlicr will neort.iln her
to bo all that could bo desired. Seo her
' nd." under head of new ndverticmtnu.
On account of tho inclomoney of tho
weather tho fifth and last of tho scries ol
parlor concerts will not bo hold this eve
ning as prcrlously announced. It will be
given on Monday ovonlne, tho 12th inst.
Tho second and last term of tho chil
dren's duticlng school, under the superin
tendence of Prof. Cliarlc Hardy, wlllcom
moneo on Saturday, February i!J, at 2
o'clock p.m. Feb. l-d3t.
Considering tho Inclemency of tho
weather, tho churches were all well
attended on Sundi.y last. At the church
of tho Redeemer, Rector Coan discoursed
ton good nudlcnco; at tho Presbyterian
church, tho Rev. Mr. Thayer preached
to n well filled house.
Thirty cents n wook will securo a pol
icy for ono thousand dollars in tho Lifo
Association of Amcrlcn. A good invest
ment for n young man. For particulars
apply to Carl L. Thomas, special agent.
Great inducements to any one wish
ing to buy n first-class piano or organ.
E. & W. Ruder oiler their entire stock In
the piano and organ lino at tho actual
cost of the instruments. Thoy nr desir
ous of closing out tho stock so that they
may uso tho room for Jewelry manufactur
Tho members of tho Cassino wore out
In full force yesterday morning, headed by
tho silver cornet band. Dressed in their
flno black uniform) nnd wearing their
handsomo regalia, they made a splendid
appearance. They paraded all the prin
cipal street:, nnd ntnoon returned lo their
hull, where the procession was dispersed.
The city is just now infested by n
gang of hotise-breukcrs and pick -pockets.
Within the past week no less than half
a dozen houses have been clandestine) v en
tered, nnd from several of them, valuable
articles stolen. It behooves our people to
look well to tho fastenings of doors and
windows beforo retiring for tha night.
Tlie productions of Uunyan's pen are
marked by at lent three qu'vlitius, which
should procuro for thorn general accep
tance: First thev nre rich, singularly so,
in solid gospel truth. Second, they nre
perspicuous uven when profound. Third
they pose's n qunintness of stylo which
tends to enlist attention nnd Dx tho writers
thoughts upon the mind of the reader.
"Wo havo no hesitation in recommend
ing 'William Ehlcrs, boot nnd shoo maker
as worthy of most liberal patronnire. We
know whereof wo speak when we saj t.i
work is dono in a inusterlv manner nt the
lowest prices. Hu tues nothing but th
best of stock, and ho cannot bo excelled (n
tho delicate task of making nn cxa"l 0',
Glvo him a call nt his shop on Twcnliell
street, between "Washington avenue nnd
Poplar street, m-arly npposito tho court
house, and wo will guaranteo salisfactio:
Tho team of gray horse belonging to
Uias. Fcuchter & Co., became frightens
near tho oornue of Klirlitli afreet n'm
Washington nvoiiue, on .SiiiicJnynucriiuon,
nnd the driver being tinnblo to control
them, they duelled up Eighth street as fast
as they could run. Tho wagon to which
thoy wero attached was broken to pieces
beforo thoy touched the levee. Tho horse
ran up tho lovco toward tho stono depot,
throwing mud in every direction. Ono of
tho horses was slightly injured. Tho
driver escaped unhurt.
Tho residence of Mr. Chas. Fcuthtcr
at tho brewery, was broken into on Sat
urday night. Tho thief on entonng took
oil' his shoes and left them on tho hnll
steps beloro nseending into tho upper
pun ot tiic House, lie entered the sleep
ing apartment, where Mr. Feuchter and
his wife were in bed, nnd took from Mr,
I'cuchtcrs pants pocket ten dollars in
money. The thief was discovered us he
was leaving tlu house, when an alarm
was glvon, but not until it was too lato to
overtnke him. Ills shoes were found on
the stairs, w hero ho had left them.
Tho preamble and resolutions passed
by tin city council on tho lfithof Janu
nry, with rofcrenco to tho non-completion
of tho Mobilo & Ohio railroad, and for
warded to our representatives in congress,
were, on tho'-'ith ult., presented in tho
house by Col. Crobs, nnd referred to tho
committee on public binds. A letter has
been received by Clork Howloy from Sen-
ittor.John A. Logan, etatlng that, as soon
its tho rosulutioni pan tho houso nnd aro
transmitted to tho senate, he will givo tho
mutter his attention, and do all he can in
behalf of the claim! of Cairo.
jiikj rringion, it negro lirenian on
ono of tho lileiimbontH now lying at tho
wharf, was badly cut in it iiuurrol over u
giimo of cards on Sunday about noon at
Freeman's saloon. When' tho qunrrol
commenced Arrlnuton and hit n.irtner
wero sitting at tho table. Tho strancsr
drew a huuo knlto. nnd mudo a blow nf
Arringlon'a throat, but mUted hU aim, tho
blndo of the knlfu entering about two In
cite, ubovc the collar-bono, inllietliic u
wound that It is feared will prove fatal.
The man who did tho stabbing made his
escape, and up to hist night had not beon
It is true that lllatikenburg's Excel
sior saloon is now ono of tho institutions
of the city. All drinkors who like really
oxcollcnt liquors whiskies, wines, beer.
etc go to tho Excelsior siloon, which is
fitted up in splontlid stylo. Rhtnkonburg
wh'i knows how to koop n saloon, spreads
a finu t'reti lunch ovory morning and eve
ning, nnd, uh ho forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." He
has employed tho services of a firit-rato
planl.t, who iiinki.) tho grand piano
which stiiuda In onu. ond of tho saloon
fl'dik out In musical tones. Everybody
is invited. Tim host order Is maintained
and all improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ky
erybody known that tho .Excelsior saloon
is nt the corner of Washington avenue nnd
Marriaoe Guide. Interejtlng work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
M cents. Addrcs Dr. Rutts' Dispensary
No.l2North Eighth Street, St. Louis
o, 8m Advertiv?mfnt. tf
Tho Saline co :ity HtgMtr, of tho
dato of January 81st., soys : "Messrs;
Raum & .Mitchell have taken tho contract
to clear, grade and tlo ninetoon miles of
tho Cairo & Vinccnties railroad, south
Work on the Cairo and Yincennes
railroad is lo bo commenced nt once, nnd
the ontiro lino to bo ready for tho cars in
ono year. Tho ontiro road, excepting
about six miles, is undor contract. Tho
look-out for Cnirols brighter now than it
has been at any tlmo since tho closo of tho
war. May it never grow less.
Work on tho Cairo and St. Louis
railroad drngs its slow length along as
fast ns the Inclomency of tho woatfier will
permit. "When thcro Is n chango for tho
bettor in tlu weathor, wo may expect to
seo the road pushed to completion, without
any delay. It Is almost Impossible to do
nnything in this low lands of this county
at this time.
"At special meeting of tho county
court, commenced to-day," says tho Sa
line county lttglnUr of January 31,
"tho following action was had:
An order was mado to rectify all errors
xiitlng In tho contracts hsretofore mado
between the Cnlro & Vincnnncs railroad
company nnd tho county, and accepting
Urn work already dono as "work com
menced in good faith."
Tho Jonoiboro Oazeltt of last weok
contains tho folUwing :
On Monday, of last weok, the citizens of
Tcrre Hauto and llnrrlson townsnips,
Ind.. voted to subscribe $150,000 to a rail
road running in a southwestern direction
from that city to tho Mississippi river.
Tho ter-ninus of tip's' toad Is yet un
decided, and w trust that the
citizens or Unlro will mako an cuori
lo havo tho road constructed to that place.
Cairo Is tho hei d of navigation at all sea
sons of tho vctr, and Is destined to bo
tho nolnt where direct connection will bo
mado with railroads to Now Orleans,
Mobile, and to all points in Arkansas nnd
Toxas. Tho crcat Texas cattlo trndo
will bo reached nt Cairo. Let tho citizens
of Torro Hsutt build a narrow guago
road (three feet) the same as tho Uairo
nnd St. Louis railroad, nnd it will do
lore to increase the prosperity- of that
sitv than anv other project. A railroad
without n i!00d tcrminaiinc point is a
failure. Tho Mississippi river for four
months in tho year, and some sensons long
er, is not nnvigabi above uairo. uniro is
tho onlv point on the lower Mississippi
that now nas railroad connections souin
Let this road bo built nearly on an
air lino to Olnoy, tho county seat
of Richland county; McLeansboro, the
county seat of Hamilton ; Marion, county
scat of Williamson ; Jonesboro, thocounty
scat of Union, to Latro. lhis will be n
direct south-western road from Terre
Haute to all prominent points in Arkan
ins. Texas, and tho Indian nation, nnd
bhould, by nil means bo a nnrrow-gaugo
road. "Wo presume nil tho cauntics along
. t . 1 . -'11 . 1. . , t . Tl I. .. .
WHS linu will lliu wiv Cllicrmis-:. uat
II. LEW A CO. PAY TIIL HIGHEST MARKET
Ik-low will bo found tho corrected list
of .prices paid by If. Lnvy & Co., for
hidoi. fur. foulhcrj, wool, tallow, bees
wax, nnd all kinds or country produce.
Lovy & Co. do n very largo trado in their
line, nnd iti n well known fact that they
nlwnys pay the highest prices to be ob
tained in this market. Hiey aro now
Mink $2 00 n 2 25
Wild Cat CO
Houto Cat 10 n 15
Mttek Rat 15
Opoasum It! A
Ottur 5 00 a 7 CO
Hear Skins 2 00 a G 00
Heaver, per pound CO a 70
HIDES, PER POUND :
Deer Skins 17 a 37$
Reef Hides, Dry Salt lb a2o'
" Green Salt Ual2J
Tallow, p;r pound Ca"
Feathers, " " Ma Co
Wool, " " Win 70
Hceswax " "
The above price llt is subject to correc
The secret of captivation. Fca
tures of Grecian mould, n well-turned
neck and beautifully rounded arms, aio
no dcuht very nice things to have, and
ladies who possess thoso charms have rea
son to bo thankful to Mother Nature;
yet, lifter all, tho most captivating of nil
womanly chiirins i n pure, frcih nnd
brilliant complexion. This superlative
fascination nny lady may secure by using
Ilugnns Magnolia Jlalm, the stnndard
beautifying preparation of tho present
age. It diflers from all ordinary cosmc
tics in threu most essential particulars
inasmuch as it contains no injurious
Ingredients, does not contract or shrivel
tho skin as all tho astringent.," blooms, l
"lotions " nnd " powders " eventually do,
but products a lusting loveliness by im
proving tho health of tho skin. Under
its oporntlon. tho texture of the epidermis
becomes finer, nnd tho sttrfuco soft ns vel
vet nnd smooth ns porcelain. Features
cannot bo changed, but comploxions can,
and it is quite certain that ii lady with no
other charm than u fresh and rosy com
plexion, will attract ntoro admiration in
company than her neighbor with n classic
face but n sallow skin. jan!Jlcodlw.
Mr. W. H. Ryan has lately opened a
frame nnd picturo entubliihment on 8th
street, near cor. Washington nvenuo.
His stock comprises framos of nil stvlti
nnd sizes, nnd many very hundsomo nho
togrnphs, cngratlngi, chromoi, nlbums
otc. Ho has nil sorts of mouldinca and
iiiukes the framing of pictures to order, n
pcciaity. iu. R. Invites all to call nnd
oxainiriehii stock. Jan 28-lm-d.
Notice, -Tho best entertainment In
tho city is nt the St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
and restaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin and pluuo. Good lunch
overy morning nnd night. All of tho
finest brands of cigars, nnd tho bost St.
Louis lager beor, nlways fresh nnd nice.
Olvo us n call.
Harry "Walker. Proprietor.
1'on Sale. A. cottage on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and cut
houses complete. Apply to
FEBRUARY 6, 1872.
A brnutlfulnrtlclojustrceelre,! a,wt rnr
sale nt wholesale nnd retail by
kki.vhakdt V. Uelz.ver, Solo Agt.
Wo havo just received, from tho man-
ufacttirers, a "Wilcox ami Glbbs lowing
mnchine, It is beautifully finished ond
has the hemmor, braider, etc., This ma
chine, worth sixty dollars, will bo sold ot a
bargain nnd may bo scon at Room 1",
winters block. tr
Orncr or nit Cairo asi St. Lot is H. It, Co.,)
OAiao, itta., Fob. 3d, 1ST2.
A meeting of tho Directors of this Com
pany will bo held in tho town of Carbon-
dalo on Thursday next, February 8th, A.
u. 1 8 , 2, nt 9 o clock in tho forenoon of sntd
' S. Staats Taylor.
I will offer for salo nt my sales room,
105 Commercial avenue, on Saturday,
Fobrunry 25, nt 9 o'clock n. m., the fol
lowing articles, to be sold for charges : 2
first-class billiard tables, complete; ono
lot of gas fixtures, nnd a lot of steamboat
sash nnd doors. Salo positive, nnd with-
out rccrve. 1). Hartman, Auctioneer.
All per.ons having claims against the
Contractors on tho
Cairo A Vincenneu Railroad
Are requested to leave their claims will,
A. R. Satford, cashier City National bank,
lobe forwarded to us tor adjustment.
Dodo e, Lord j Co.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE.
Dwelling house built last summer nnd
two acres of ground, cost $3,000 and store
house, cost $1,500 now renting for twenty
dollars por month, in n growing railroad
town in Southern Illinois. "Will exchange
part or all of the nbovo for dwelling house
of samo value in Cairo. This is a cood
opportunity for any ono wanting to go in
to business. Address II. S care of Rul
CARD OF THANKS.
Tho undersigned takes this method
of returning her sincero thanks to the
Gcrmania Lifo Insurance Co., of New
York, for tho prompt and chcorful pay
mcntofa policy of $1,500 on tho lifo ef
her late husband.
To Mr. Reinhold V. Rclzncr, tho ofll
cicnt agent of thu company nt Cairo, aro
my thanks especially duo for his kind and
Honorable action in the settlement of my
claim. Catharine Hrmiach.
WIKVA A, VI) UQIiniL
Pat. Fitzgerald, of the Sample Rooms,
has recoived tho appointmontof ngent for
tho sale of tho Hammondsport, N. Y.,
Urbanna Wino Company's wines in this
city. If the bottlo with which wo wero
yesterday presented Is a sample of tho
quality of thesa wines, then we aro pre
pared to say thnt thoy nro among t' ' t
wo havo eve- J. U-, has j...
received u lar:.' -r, ient, which lie is
prepared to sell at tho loweit llgurors.
Ho has also on hand a largo and complete
stock of tho various brands of Irish,
Scotch and American whiskies, and wines
of every variety janl2dtf.
BOARD AND LODGING.
Mr. T.H. Ellis, tho corner of Seventh
and Commercial it prepared to accom
modate all who apply with board, with
or without rooms, at prices lower than any
other first-clasthouso in the city. Mr. El
lis keeps an excellent table; his rooms aro
front rooms high, light nnd airy, nnd well
furnished, and wo havo no hesitation in
promising satisfaction to till who call on
him. Mr. Ellis will also supply parties
who desiro witlt unfurnished rooms at
rcasonublo rates. Let all interested tako
notice. Remember on thu corner of
Seventh and Commercial. 2-JS
The fifth and final party to bo given un
dcr the auspices of tho CuiroTorpsichorean
club, will bo hold at the St. Charles hotel,
Thursday evening, Feb. 8th, 1872. The
party it to bo u masquerade, fnncy dress
nnd dress combined. AH necessary ar
rangements to guarantee a pleasant and
social party nro being mado by tho re
spective commiltcci. Arrangements havo
been made with mlno host Roxford, to
prepare n supper for tho ocension. The
ndmission fee has been fixed nt $2 for
those who nro not members of tho club.
All thoso who havo recoived cards of
Invitation to tho scries of parties will bo
expected without further notice.
H. Frank Rlake,
Com. of Arrangements.
I1URNETT & CO.
man est cash price paid roR hides
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth street, nro propnrcd to pay tho high
est cash prico for articles in their line, ns
Prim Mink $1.75 to 2.25
' Raccoon COo to COc
1 Musk lint 10 lo 16
1 Wild Cut -10 to 60
1 Opossum 10 to 12
' Otter .' 5.00 to 0.00
1 Rcnvcr Skins 5.00 to 7.00
Green Suit 01 to 10c
Green Salt, kip and calf. 12 to 14c
ijecr owns , zo to mo
For other HrtlcleB, such as rags, feath
er, boos wax, wool nnd tallow, wo ivill pay
tho highest market prices.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth strett., Cnlro, 111.
Ilofote F, Dross V.it.)
John Hart was arrested by Shechan
nnd Martin for being drunk. Ho was
fined ?5,but having no money was sent to
tho cnlnbooso for ten days.
John T. Chandler, who resides on
Ixtli street, was up on a warrant sworn
out by his step daughter, charging Mr.
Chandlorwith an attempt to commit n
rapo upon her. Tho testimony was heard
nnu v. Handler hold to answer nt thu bar of
tho circuit court.
t'llzcn, who does business on com
mcrcioi nvcnuo, was uponn chargo of
sing offensive language. Ho was rcnites
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icu to leavo with the court $5 and tho
costs. Tho gentleman denies that ho did
nnything which would mako him liable to
arrest, nnd declares his determination not
to pay tho fine
Joseph Rrown wns nrrestcd by oOlccr
aneciianon n charco of vaurancv. Af
ter hearinc tht r.vlilenen tin.
coun considering it on exceedingly bad
vnau ui lugnwicy, assessed n line oi coo
nd costs ngnlnst Mr. Rrown. Heine
hort Just exactly that amount, one-half
hour was given Mr. Urown to get out of
tno city. Ho got.
Mr. Chas. Mehncr lint just received
from the pullshers In Now York, o book
cf costumes contnining all tho lutcststyles
of stagecqulpmonts. Ho Invites his friends
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,v " "u '' "'"a
uiu nn iiui-unr ucjirinir articles in una
line, Mrs. .Mehncr is prepared to furnish
them on short notlco and reasonblo
terms. .Mr. -Mehncr also has n number of
masks which he will sell or hlro out to
those who may want them. Mr. Mehncr
has removed his eitabluhmctit to the two-
story framo building opposite John
School's hall, whero he is prepared to fur-
masks on the shortest notice
Notice. 1 wish to notify nil persons
against buying or In nny way trndlng for
certain duo bill held by J. II. Grutc-
houso against the undcrslgncd,as I hold a
note for a greater amount against -Mr.
Gratehouse. Jai. Someuwei.l.
Sleeping Rooms for Rent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National Rank.
Hteumer. Whero from. Where to.
James FisW Paducr'i Paducah.
Ark. Belle Evantvllle
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
During tho past -IS hours tho river has
risen G inches but last tiiirht, it was on n
stand. Somo light ice continues to pass
down but it is so scattering that it does
not amount to anything.
Tho situation below rumains much the
sumo ns our lust report Intimated. Dcs
rpt Aff..rl4 ar .tlnn rnudo by tltO tOW
boat Kellog to open a channel from below
and tho Inst report from thcro was
mat sno wat doing mucn good but no
boat hnd been released. The gorgo is
bound lo let looso beforo long but those
bouts that nro in it are nnxiois to get out
i l f-.rethcy receive any injuries. Captain
l. $ H -icr ays that " few people know
whttcau'ed tho ico to gorge down there'
He says, " that during tho war, while Gen.
Polk was in command of Columbu, lio
caused a largo number of cannon balls to
bo thrown in tho channel and also had a
heavy chain stretched across from bank to
bank, nnd that the chain wns contractod
by tho extreme cold weather and tho Ico
has lodged against tho chain, and being
unable to pass over, it has formed th
gorgo." Tho abovo wo give ai wo got it
Iu tho upper Ohio thora Is no change to
report. All tho gorges hold fust and no
boats venturo above Puducah. Thuchnn
nol from hero to Paducah remains open
and thu packet arrives on time. Tho late
intervention to navigation has beon Ion
ger than wus ever known beforo to our
oldest citizens, and tho winter of '71 and
'72 will long be remembered by steamboat
men as the sovercst for many years. AI
tuougii navigation iron, mis port lias only
beon suspended for a short time
in comparison to other places,
wo greatly feel what an essential thing for
the welfaro of our city tho .Mississippi
river is, and only hope that the present
gorgo below hero is tiie Ust onn that will
IIUDINESS AND WEATHER.
Tho levoo still presents rather n grave
yard appearance nnd businoss was nearly
on natund still. Tho wharfbonta nro lond-
ed down to their greatest capacity with
freight for the south, and the " boys " aro
renting on thoiroars for tho tlmo being.
The weathor yesterday was indeed
dreadful ; n cold drizzling rain fell during
tho entire day, and tho wind caino direct
from the north, making it quite cold.
The Idlowild was towed along sido tho
Bismarck yesterday nnd took on bonrd
ono hundred hogshead sugar nnd n lot of
molasses for the Ohio rivor.
Tho Arkansas Hello raised steam and
started out for Evansvlllo but whether eho
will reach there remains to bo scon.
Tho Commonwealth took on board 10
head of the flnost looking horses that has
boon shipped from horo thlssoason.
Tho Alaska stuck out hor shingle for
Now Orleans to leavo on the broaklng of
tho gorgo. Sho is a good passongor boat
nnd nil her state-rooms nro forwnrd of tho
wheol. Sho will not land at Bacon rock.
Tho tug Cacho continues plying In tho
Mound City trado nnd is doing n good
Tho Burksville raised steam aud start-
el for Nashvillo Sunday and will bring
out n load if tho rivor is open.
City Nntlonnl Bank BnlldlNfr.
totvSpeclal attention paid to orders Irom tttnm
oats nlpht or day." I
Russian sardollej nt Jorgcnson's; try
The best Fronch anchovies
Go to Dr, McOnuloy for Rnttlngcr's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted lo euro tho chlllf.
JoiuiK.NXO.v has tho finest
Spanish olives In tho city.
Found. That tho t.bolccst butter (
at Jorgemcn's Staplo nnd Fancy Grocery
Oysters. Louis Herbert has alwas on
haad a fresh sunnlv of Saddlo Rock oys-
Fresh Muscat grapes from California,
Just received nt Jorgcnscn'. tf
Pul O. Schuh
Yarmouth succotash and corn nt Jor-
Snndwltched men,. ,.r ..n 1,l,1. .1.
wny, on lmm, nl lS. Jo,-,,,.,, lf.
Phunellek, In one pound boxes, at
Joroenhon has tho best
preserves for salo cheap.
-Smoked salmon nnd Yarmouth bloat-
crs.just received at Jorgenson'a. tf.
I.. .Tnrrenien lias nn Itnntl . fre.ti .tin
I " v-. ...,.
piv of Damsons, ir. syrup. tf
WniaiiTV no pius uttra mlmy-d mca
prepared expressly for family use, at Jor.
Peck, Frean, & Co's London blscui t
always on hand, corner Twontieth nnd
Washington avenue. if
New French prunes,
raisins always on hand
Imported Malaga grapes at Jorgen
son's, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. If
For new citron, orango nnd lemon
peel, go to Jorgpnton's corner of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, tf
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor
genson't, corner of Twentieth street nnd
Washington avenue. tf
Wanted board nnd furnished room
for gentleman, wife and child. Reference
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given nnu rcqiiircj. nuurcs:, jilj.i.m i.-
Testimony. Thousands of mothers are
I'iiaiuuvij vjicaKiii ui vAaiii-., icium u,
...IS. I 1JIL1.U1II U UtlU 1 1LTI nUIIII IE
infants teething. JanSldiwl w
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PROVISION S,. E T C.
oaoras rr.oxriLr mure
I It Y i IS K.
71. FALL-WINTER. 72
C. II A IV NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
Ji aw W W at. v av A fc v
Ml KnllreN(ctc Now Cloalna; Ont
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8tH ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KO-EULiUK & I3ROTIIE
rOI'Ur.AK HEAT MARKET,
Between Nlntb and Ten lit (streets,
aad will keep constantly on liana1 the best nict'u
alauabtsredln th Cairo marktt, Tliey defy coin.
rvitiivui vii uivm r mm, ITPUlil,