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THE OAIBO BULLETIISr, FBBETJART 3.
I 'or City Altiiriiry.
We are nutlioriz'l to announce John M I.an.
ilen m n can'IJIWo for re-election to thu office of
Clly Attornoy ut tho ensuing nuniclpat election.
I'nr I'lly Mnrilinl.
Wo r.ro authorized to aniiounno ANIUIKW CAIN
a n eainlnU'e fur the ollitn of City Marshal, uli
ft to the dwi!oti of the DrtiKK'rnl'o piny.
Wnnru nuthorlccJ to announce th.it ilCNUV T.
MAItTIN (till tacainlitati for the ofSce of City
Marshal, at tlm tnaulng charter lection, tuti
'ict to tho decision of the f)finocrtlc psity.
We nre aiilhorlK-1 to annoiinro. I'AUI. W,
Al.t.KN an an Independent tan'lldate for the otlko
of City Marsha), mitject only to the decision of
tlm rtOpIa. M
Vnr lily Clerk.
At I ho rei'iett of mmy friends, I am a eandi.
data fur tho ufflcecf City Clerk, sulject to the de
olmott of the Demoeratle, party.
MICHAEL J. lIOWI.Kr.
Hni.L IN THE HEM).
We arn authorlioil to announce tho name of J.
T. TII01I a a candidate for the office of City
Clerk at the entiling municipal election. til
We are autho-lied it announce that W. O.
Caryl a candidate fur tnetnbrr ol the Hoar J of
Aldermen from the First Wanl.
Cairo, III., January SS.lfcTI.
Nollee la hrhy Rlten, that there will h (ten
eial charter eleClibii held
ON Tl'KHI'AT lita iisth tiT or FKMll'AItr,
A, II. 171,
In lh City of Cafrn, In the county nf Alexander,
In the Utateof Illinois, lur the Hirpus of ilevt.
A City drk,
A I ity Trea.urer,
A City Marrhtl.
A City Attorney, ami
NxMeinhera of the Select Cunncll.as fftlloaa!
One Memher from the Kirat Want,
On Memtu-r from the H-coml Ward,
One lml-r from the Third Waril,
One Memtier from the fourth Ward, and
Two Members fram the Uty.al.I.arKe.
One Muntr of the lloard of Aldermen from
Ihe KirstVerd, ,
Three Members of Ihe earn Iroin the "Kond
One Member of the ino from the Third
Two Matnber of the (am from the Fourth
ivih will ln oetie in the didi-rfnt watda a
In the first Ward, at the office formerly known
as VrKenueJr Co.'., earner ol ruth wet and
Wa.hinjrten asenne i
In the roonil Ward, at the engine houn of the.
Atab Kire Comptay ,
In Ihe Third Ward, Intha Hibernian Fire Com
pany, engine house, near the corner of Tvsslfih
alreelni Commercial atenuei
In the Four Hi Ward,! lli.eoiirt-lwine.
I'-'lla will m opene-l at a u'rlwi it m., ami
Clo.ed at o'elock p.m. nf aid JMIidarf Kebru.
ary, A. I. leTI. J.NU. IlltoWN. i ily Clerk.
A CMUije, cleren rooms, ten lot T.ilt-srjMil
a ttx.foot board lenee, all the nece.tary oul'huild
ng, rood externa llh plenty of a!r, all In
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. W. Til OK.STO.N.
CI IV. DL'.V.M.VU, 31. 1. Ul'm
lUKJt'L'K Corner Ninth and Walnut
vFFICK Corner Mith Street and Ohio Usee
OKMCE ItOL'IW-Krorn a.m. W. U rn., anl
llil.l iI K." SJIITII.M . I
HKiIi:.NCK No. 21, Thrteenth r
etween WahiBg!on Atenne aud Walnut blreei
OFFC K liC loinerrl! Atetue. i I'llt'
HVAIIXXKK, 3f. I., Cairo
BBWIBNClt Corner of N neteenth at.,
anl Wa.higlvn e. HFFICK n Ounmervial
atr , nter ibis I'o.tance OrFlt'K ol'KS
ft rn i4 m U in , (sundaja sxrpte-IJ and
fiwiu 3 to 6 p in.
j h.JtUICill.l.TI, 31. 1.
OWcc, 1!50 Commercial Aifimc.
(IClcr llimra, Htu IUn.iii.A. ln.1i.m.
llc.'ilence.No. II, Ninth treet, Cairo III.
KEEX V UII.IIUItT,
ATTORNEYS AXIJ ('OUNSELLOUS AT
Ullilara If, Oreeis, 1 ...
William II. UINrl, V CAIRO, II.I
ytlle. r, Ulllerrl, J
ppeciat atiention sien tu Admiralty and Sieam.
IJIUlo ou Ohio tsre e. Itnoma 7 !
mr lly .aitmirsl lltnk.
jTs v.oxit, 31 vss v Ioii:,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
II, M'. Munis,
is. II. on.
OKFICF.-Oa Hetenlh flreel, Winter1 lllock.
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
TyyoOD AXD COAL.
la prepared! to Uolltot tbobeat
Fire Wood k Stone Coal
In any part of the city, In an quantity drilled,
on sliori notice.
Coal delivered at $1 50 Per Ton.
OKricr.-Our llerrtwt, Orlli A Co.'a nlove
store, two door above the corner of KiKhttt atrrct
and Cuminerclul awnue. le did
Cairo City Book Bindery
Ja prepared to
Hanufiiclnro MlanU Hooka niisl ill. nl
ktuil of Hook HlmtliiB ! KiilliiR.
7 Ohio licvee;
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
a ..f.tlm aC attrlw tn. t inM t Inn. ffttia!ncf nDTTOU
every iulrertlietl romwiiy, hialmlenenii, ?
1.1.. I. tin ..nai.l fun In Ilia falltf-a
utlr.r. Andresat J. II. TUTTXsE. v
NEWS 0? TBS BTI,
Kkati.v llltint; boots and shoes nt
IIittkn n v a Oou. A sou of ilr.
C'Liiirlos, Artcr was. icvcrly bitten ly
ferocious dog on Monday night.
Foil jilitoli it tul cartridges nnd bowlo
knlvts, go direct to P. KcfTs, So. 79 Ohio
A La'tioe stock of furntshinjf goods of all
kinds always on hand at P. SetTt, No. "0
Fl.ouif Clioico Kainily Flour In bhls
half Lbls., sucks, Ac, for snlo at tho Kgyp
tlan Mills. au
It. L. Dam KM, vx-shoritT of Ilktnllton
county, this stnto, (lasicd through Cairo
ycucrdny, with CO mules nd horses. For
olio flnu stallluii ha U to rcculvo SIOOO on
delivery nt thu mouth of Hod IUtlt.
iliKitootvi'iiif!. For Norman's Cha
lybeate Cough Wyruji trndo mark of
hieroglyphics go to Humm, solo agent,
cornur Klghth street and Commercial nvo
Pkkso.val. Mr. H. S. (Joodall, of th
Chicago Sun, formely of tho Cairo Timet,
U now In tho city. Uo will bo warmly
received by his numerous friends.
Tup. Aciioka Oil rcjuirus a dill'cront
burner from thut which Is uie l with coal
oil. Atk fur the Sun-hince burner, which
Is tho best In use. .Sold by Kwell k Jacob,
l'. lll.lr. i .
Faism PciiciUeKii.N'o learn from tho
ifound City Journal that .Mr. Peter Saup,
ofthii city, has. bought the old Sanders
farm at America, laying Jl.bOO foi it, in
cluding tho farming utemlli, wagons,
twins, stock, &c.
Seen horrid fWings ui I exporlencouo
one can Imagine. I feel despondent, as
though semethingawful wai going to hap
pen. Usu .Simmons' Livr ltvguiator, if
you would ar old sueb fllngi.
CitAzr. The otHccrt of th itsnmer
Knte l'titnam put oil' at our wharf yotter
day n dangerouily iniati man. It re
quired all the strength of four nfflwrs and
flvo or six citizens to put tho sbckl on
him. Judgo Uron proto, to "gu" for
tho ot'Jccrs of that lout.
Dn..I. P. IIas'uall , otlluoon Savcnth
and Waihlngton streets, Treat all Chronic
comphlnts. C;nif(ifi;is Frtt. Tells
yourdiieaio without asking any uition.
The Doctor remains only one week. Call
and seethe Dr., It coU you nothing.
"Wood ami Coal. If you wunt good
vrool hickory and oak, wcll-scaioned
call on Ward, tho popular wood and cosl
merchant. Ho alio deals in Pittburg and
Illlnoli coal i, aud sells at molt rcaionable
nrlcci. Ho delivers promptly in any part
of tho city anything that may be ordered
from him. Oivo him n cull.
Not Nkm Tho Charter Oak fc'tovos
wore Introduced to tho publlo twonty yean
o, and tho demand for them hm
increased with caoh succeeding year.
Thu Kxcelilor Manufacturing Company
I now prepared to supplv, in any quantity,
those who neod a good rtovo. fvb'dA-wl
Why will our friend run the risk of be
coming A.'iif by wearing common Specta
cle!, when thoy can procure) the most per
fect urticlo that has yet been tnadi, by
calling at our old friends Tabor Ilroa' tho
well known jewelers tmd get a pair of
Iizarii it .Morris' I'erfccteil Spectacloi.
Don't dela. febldawAlm
"Wkathkkisii. Tho delightful weather
of the pat week weather which wt nut
excolktl in anv other weather market of
tho world, being at once a combination of
all that Is enjoyable in the four seasons
hai Wen iticceded by pestiferous drizzle
and (flooin. O, for last week again! Wo
aro willing to contribute- liberally towards
tho amount that may be necoisary to gut
it back again ''for a few duys only.
Woman ia kxhowkh ith n peculiar
organization. It is oaiily Impaired and
require! madlcal trout'inmt which will
speedily terminate "her atift'oring and secure
to her portal health and splendid spirits.
Ladles will llnd in M tall L alt S HKKH
MTTKIW n ruro Spocitlo and Tonic for
their sox, in evory period of life, from In
fancy to old ago. It li a preparation
which will aid nature in tho dlschargo of it.
functions Impart strength to tho system,
touo to tho dlgeitlvo organs, mid will pre
vent lusiitudo and Insure physical regular
ity. Sold everywhere. lubicodivwlw
gas superintendent, was n Colonel in tho
Mo war. He enlUtoct as n prlvato m mo
Sixteenth Massachusetts infantry, 'and
rose through all tho offices to tho colonel-
cy. At tho battle of Gettysburg ho was i
wounded in tho left breast by a pistol ,
shot, and in tho battlu of tho Wlldornoss '
was wounded severoly In tho left foot.
After receiving Ills commission i Colonol
ho was ordered to Texas, where he bo.-amo
a member of Oon. Woltzel stall", and was
Chief of Ordlnanco in tho DivUlon of tho
Gulf. Hut better still, ho Is a printer an
accomplished prcssmanj and ut Cavnbrldge,
Massachusetts, printed tho first edition of
tho groat work of Agasslz. And, now,
ho has taken to gas I Well, woll j there U
no accounting for tastes.,
POOIt MAX'S SOCIAL CEUB.
ti. w.-ilnc l.aat XInllt Atlopllon f
Coiiatllitllonniid iy.IiVi-An Inter-
At tho meeting of tho Poor Man's Club
lastnlght, Mr. D. T.Llnegar, chairman of
tho committee on constitution and by-laws,
Theconstltullon;dcclares tho object of tho
club to bo the promotion of social and In
tellectual culture In Cairo; that all par
tics over tho ago of slxtcon years may be
come members! that tho officers shall servo
one year, &c.
Mr. Comings. 1 would like to ask why
a clause has not been put In tho constitu
tion requiring tho trcasuror to glvo bond.
Mr. Llnegar. Tha commltteo thought of
that, but did not require bond because they
feared tho treasurer might construo It into
lack of coafldenco in his honesty.
President Bross. 1 would suggest that
an amendment may bo offered requiring
bond to bo givet.
Mr. Comings. I move, as an amend
ment, that tho treasurer he required to
give bond In tho sum of $500.
Tho amendment was adopted.
Mr. Edwards moved to fill tho blank in
tho section providing for stated weekly
meetings with tho word "Wednesday."
.Mr. Arnold objected to Wednesday
night bccauiQ ho bad to attend another
club on that night.
Mr. Coming! sustained the objection of
Mr. Arnold for tho reason that ho had to
attend prayer meeting on Wednesday
M. Paul W. Allen suggested Saturday
Mr. Moses Phillips objected, saying Sat
urday night was tho night poor men went
Mr. John Clancy moved that tho chair
appoint tho night.
Tho motion prevailed, and President
I)ros appointed Tuesday night.
Tho constitution as amended was then
Tho commltteo on hall, Menri. Thrupp,
Quinn and P.yan, reported that they could
rent rooms, from Mr. Winter for $200 a
venr, and, on motion of Mr. Corning,
thev wero initruetcd to do lo.
Tho following gontltmen then signed
the conititution :
F. Ilrow, .foicph Arnold,
A. Comings, Henry Goodyar,
I T. Thomas. lien. J . Whlttakcr,
Charlei Thrupp, John Hyland,
v. K.Miiitu, .lonn uuncy,
Win. It. Whlto, Paul W. Allen,
James Kennitton, Jai, Kdwards,
rli 1 1 Howard, .John .Madden,
Chai. Ilelfrick, Ilornard fcmythe,
Joieph Mendel, N. Uuniackcr,
Carl L. Thomas, A. Illack,
Jrs. Sutnerwell, ltobcrt Ilalrd,
James Itvan, .lames Oulnn,
Arthur Hoyle. Thoi. J. Kerth,
nnd five other gentlemen whoso names
wo could not aiccrtalu.
The chair then appointed Phil. Howard
Henry Winter, Jo. Mendel, Arthun
Iluylu mill .1-1.1. Al.l.lr aeeeulla-e
After a few remarks from President
Ilro tho club adjourned.
Shall there le a party contest for tho
Who is anxious to becomo the Domo
cratic candidate for Mayor 7
Who is anxioui to becomo tho Kadical
candidate for Mayor?
Would it bo the proper thing to run a
'licit Man's ticket'' this year?
Don't wo need tho Rest Men of both par
tics In the city government? and couldn't
thoy be oloctcd on tho Ueit Man's ticket?
Who Is tho belt man for Mayor?
Who Is tho belt man for Clerk ?
Who Is tho best man for Treasurer ?
Who U the Ixit man for Marshal?
Wiio is tho best man for City Attorney?
II oW a Heat Man'a ticket antwer the
Could the Democrats and ltepublicans
who truly duiiru tho best interests of the
city unite In support of such a ticket?
Wo pause for a reply.
! The Co! ores! Men Moving AnOut ssasd
I Out .Vruro 'Ilrket to b Nominated
I Maud l'roin I'tsdar,
I Mr. William Scott, tho prominent color-
I i'd Kadical, is laborine for tho office of
Marshal with great industry. Ha is en
deavoring to organize tbo Colored Man's
Party, and put into tho field a full ticket.
1IU efforts aro warmly tecondod by Mr.
Sliorci, an unscrupulous nigger politician,
who is anxious to secure tbo nomination
for Mayor. Mr. Bird, a vindictive color
ed cum, who has obtained somo polish by
contact with white men, is to bo tbo candi
date for Clerk. Mr. Bradloy, tho rival of
Shores, U to ba conciliated by a nomina
tion for tho Board of Aldermen, and a
crumb or two will b thrown to several
whlto men who should bo negroet. Thlt
movement, yet In Its inception, will toon,
wo understand, tako dotlnlto shape And
then wo shall sso what wo fhall sou.
'UhcatDollau Gift Sale ok a Lauok
Stock ok BANKiiurr Goods. A flno pho
tograph U sold for twenty-flvo cents, with
' which is given a certlucato, describing tho
' article which can bo bought for One Dol
' lar. The atock consists, In part, of watches,
; jewelry, plated ware, albums, writing
I desks, uiourschauin pipes, cutlery, &o.
' .Articles disposed of dally, worth at
1 least f 30 dollars, for ono dollar each I
Any article tho cortlQcato may oall for,
i can bo exchanged fora flno French Chromo,
, nicely framod, er a Fifty Picture Album.
I Ladles aro respectfully invited to attend
day sales. Next door to the St. James
saloon, corner of 8th St. and Ohio Leroe.
G'AIBO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
It Progress Prossaeeii.
In Soptember, 1809, Prof Blaisdoll, under
tho direction of tho New York Conserva
tory, established tho
CAIRO CONSXRVATOR or MUSIC.
Tho school did not open under very bright
ausplcoi, as thero woro but
In r.ttendanco. The numbor was gradu
ally laereaaod, however, and during the
year and half that hu elapsed since its
BIZ nUXDBKl) H3PILB
have rocelved Instruction at tho Conserva
tory. During this time eight ladles have
assisted at teacher.
Last month lomo
were made, and the school will bo conduct
ed on a somewhat different plan than hn
been pursued previously, and one which
It is hoped will prove beneficial.
herefore Including ten weeks, will run
only through the month, puplli paying by
" MR, UIDOKX,
of Cincinnati, has purchased tho appurfj
nances andbolongings of the Conservatory,
and his daughtor,
will tako her place as permanent assistant
to Prof. Blalsdell, who will contlnuo as
Director of the school. Mist Hidden
comet to Cairo highly recommended' as a
most accomplished pianist, and will do-
vote her belt energies to the advancement
of her pupils.
a tzar's tcitio.v
at tho Conservatory will cost about $20
for Instrumental music. For Instrumen
tal and vocal music, tho tuition will not
exceed $50 per year.
- The Conservatory of Music Is a very
deserving institution and one which wo
hope will bo sustained by our citizent. It
places a good musical education within the
meant of nearly every one.
had liberal offers from neighboring towns
on tbo river to locato the Contervatory
with them, but believing that Cairo needed
and would sustain It, ho "cast his lines''
with us, and to far has found It very pleas
ant In every pint of view.
tiic kooms or tiik cosscrvatoht
are pleasantly situated on Commercial
avenuo, and aro very comfortably
furnished for tuolr peculiar use. They aro
warmly carpeted, light and pleasant.
Sumner's pianos are used in tho school and
Prof. Blaiadell and hit proficient assistant
are alwayt present, to overlook not only
tho study but the practlco of tho pupils.
Whit Ha a Baeamo of Ihe Aid Wornasa -
ptsaaaiaB is ppooraiioi mmm m.
Annlo Peru hat been one of tho char
acters of tho city for many years. Prone
to tho contents of the flowing bowl, the
was wild in hor cups, ana periodi
cally roused tho neighborhood by scream
ing and loud cursing. She was alto com
battant, and alwayt indulgod herself when
drunk in tho luxury of a fight. Some time
aro. tho married, and In her matrimonial
rclatloni has not been happy, and hor hut-
band hat led a life of danger and distress.
A fnw days ago Annlo went for him with
bands and tonguo and a sword. After
using tho old fellow up, sbo left with the
avowed determination ofdrownlngborsclf.
She hain't been heard of since, aud thero
are many who hellove tho list
shuffled off tho mortal coil.
(Unit. Ilarld J, Hater Judge Prldloa.J
The case of Ellis Bro's r. First Nation
al Bank Is still upon trial. Tbo .evidence
will cloto to-day. Tho argument will
occupy tho greater part of to-morrow.
Thearguraent to tho Jury will bo opened
by Judge Green for plaintiffs, and will be
followed by Judget Allen and Mulkey for
defendants. Mr. Llnegar will clom the
argument for plaintiffs.
Cloning Out Suit.
Twenty-flvo thouiand dollars worth of
rcady-mado clothing, hats, capi, boott,
shoes, trunks and valcses aro offered for
tale by P. Neif, 79, Ohio Loveo, at AC
TUAL COST PRICKS, It being his In
tention to closo out in that lino and em
bark exclusively and moro extensively In
tho furnishing goods and merchant tailor
This closing out bale furnishes an oppor
tunity to sccuro clothing cheaper than
ever before offered In this market.
is I 1 1 i s I i is
Taxis. Persons in arrears for Statu
and county taxos will savo coiU by liquid
ating the samo immediately. It is necos
sarv. in order to clve tho school fund Its
monoy, that all personal taxes should bo
paid during this month. Those Intorcstcu
will take duo notlco and govern themselves
accordingly. ALEX. II. IltVIN,
lwd Sheriff and Kx-offlclo Collector.
Tus; Kitciik.v Qokk.v. In all houau
holds, wherever used, tho Charter Oak'
Stove Is the domostio queen. Hmiles and
crood nature norvade hcrkinirdom, and her.
lubjocts aro islways roe from family-Ja'rs 1
and kitchen disturbances, janjouawu
Wanted. A fctnalo sorvaut, white or
black, to do chamber work in a small fam
ily, and nurse. To gooAtielp, the highest
wages will be paid. Address "Enquirer,
at this office.
Couicrr Orders Waxted. Highest
cash price paid for county ordon by the
Enterprise Savings nana, vmco, at uity
National Bank. feMdlw
Casino Masquerade Ball,
In fSciital'a Hstll, Cairo, Illlnoli.
Tho Select Council of Pooh of Iho Cairo
Casino, has, in its unbounded wisdom, re
olvod to porpetrato a Grand Masquerade
that thall.cntilrcly and completely eclipse
any and every thing hcrctoforco and here
after to bo attempted. Tho most
in the community, among whom you,
dear roader, undoubtedly bolong, aro In
vited ; but thoso not invited by the sate of
a ticket, expoctitig to obtain admission will
bo placed in tho category of fools in which
may bo found the celebrated Thompson
colt, that went into tho river to get cut of
tho rain and was drowned. r;
Without disclosing in tho leait any of
tho preparation!, 'with which tho visitors
aro. to bo overwhelmingly amazed, wo wlP
glvo merely n alight Idea of the perfor
is to bo decorated beyond nil comprehen
sion. THE BALL
will open at tho beginning or when nil
tho fools havo aMombled, although the
doors will bo opened nt 8 o'clock. All
that aro ticketed, stamped and grceub-ickcd
will bo admitted, but thoso who aro noti
cannot purchase tickets at the door, and
may go whero tho woodbine twinoth.
A TRIUMPHAL PKOCKSSION
of tho assembled fools will open tho per
formance,, led by a band of muIo that
never plays, In tho following order;
A. The Grand Marshal, To H-rso!"
B. A soul-harrowing onmpsiny of mil .!
clam, trunpeters, vagrants, fx.
C. A Cairo Night Watch.
D. Austrian, American, Spaniard,
Turks, French, Gorman's, Rutilan, Ne-,
groci, Hottentots, nnd other vagabonds, j
K. Tho Council of the Casino, and ,tUu
Council of tho City of Cairo.
P. An Alderman who want lo bsj re
elected. G. A choir of female virago-, on a
II. All tho crowned heads of Kuropo.
I. Tho nobility of "Mound Oily.
K. Sundry knights mounted on horses,
or "bon du combat."
L. Prussians and French new.
M. African Amazons.
N. Corner loafers and uthcr iulluciithl
spirit! of tho city.
O. A llagplpo player.
P, A Commltteo of Mimics tin der thn
Q. A (Zoological Society.
R. Tho medical faculty on an anatom
ical bonder, '(aKthocarily speaking.)
L. Louis Bonaparte and Lulu.
T. An organ-grinder of tlio periode.
U. A Wanderer from tho Delta Club,
beaten by a Poor Man's Club.
V. Rip Van Wlnkel ami Dog Schnei
der. W. Queen of tho night.
X. A Temperance lecturer.
Y. A Band of Rtvtiitto Colketun on a
Z. Various jugglers and neck-breaking
acrobats and gymnasts. All oilier toon
and lunatics will unite with tho end of the
All who mean to participate, aud aro
nt too mean to como down with tholr
meant. - Finally tho head of tho procenim
will cl oso exactly nt tho end.
A. largo and elegant nisurtuiditt of cos
tumes can bo found nt tlias. .Mohnur i
opposlto School's Unit.
Ily order of the Committee of Pool.
.lluciiirUi'Ht I'l Jiurty nt liilillu Sitlr.
I will sell my rotldcnce, located nl thu
corner of '21th street and Hoi brook ave
nue, at public sale, on Saturday next, nt
11 o'clock, a.m., at tho court liaise. It
contains uino largo and elegant rooms, a
largo cementod cellar, with a brlcU founda
tion undor tho wholo house. Out-hoiiici are
comploto, Including a flno two-story barn.
Tho homo is located on eight lots, ono and
a half feet abovo grade. Tho grounds
aro udorned with a largo and choice Ux'
tlon of fruit trcoF, Yin?; shrubs and (low
Opportunity will bo given tu examine
thq'promlsei to those desiring to purchaio.
TcrniVof salut One-half caih, balance
in ono nnd two years at,ten por cent. or
annum. Sale positive,-
iCalro.ToKlth, 187 J. '
Taiier Bkothku, 83 Ohio Lovee, will
iioroa.ftfr keop constantly on baud, direct
fre-m'tho JJasternjivmufacturors 'thu very
best winter strained purified sperm oil, for
sowing machines and all lino and light
machinery. This oil has never yet been
superceded by any. of tho manufactured
oils, us it never gums or is ntt'octed by thu
The Opening Hale Ycaterdajr Com
plete Hticcr-.Nplrlteil Itlddlna; nnd
The opening sato at tho Ballard Tobacco
Warohouso yestorday was a comploto suc
cess In evory rcipcct. A numbor of for
olgn and many homo buyors wero prctent
and competition was splritod. Thirty
six hhds wero sold, and there was only one
rejection. Comparison of the prices given
below with prices In othor markets, will
show that tho Cairo market compares for-
mably with tho best. Messrs. nurd fc
Son, tbo proprietors of tho Ballard, hav
secured the services of experienced tobacco
men, and the. ability to back their deter
minatlon to make .tho Cairo market Ms
market of tho Lower Mississippi, com
bined with tho grcst advantages offorad to
both buyers and sellers, must compel the
speedy recognition of tho claims of Cairo
over any contiguous markot. Salct ytt
terday were as follows :
1 Uhd. Trash - $ 4 05
- 11 Lugs 6 00
8 " Lui.' 6 SO
3 Lues 6 00
" IjU lt4 i t ts
2 " Lusii 0 60
S ' Luirs eetel ( itettiiteees) i titt
2 " Low Leaf. 0
'-' " Low Leaf. 7 00
- " Low Leaf. 7 40
3 " Medium Leaf. 8 00
1 11 Medium Leaf. 8 10
2 " Medium Leaf 00
'-' " Medium Leaf. 0 20
Old Leaf. 10 00
" Old Leaf. II CO
" Medium Wrapper 1- 75
" Medium Wrapper 13 25
" Medium Wrapper 15 25
" .Medium Wrapper 13 25
How tho printer, yestorday, made
' Cairo Laconics" "Cairo Licenses" wo can
not tell. Tho mlitako made us, In tho
languago of Pope, "laconic beyond laconl
clsm. Tho spout is whero tho woodblno
twinoth, and toward that bourno a num
ber of office seekers aro wending their
weary way. Up tho spout, gentlomcn I
D. T. Llnegar, Ksq., (lo rumor says),
is anxious to becomo City Attorney.
Thoro Is another Dollar Storo In the
Tho draymen wnnt the Loveo plank
road reconstructed and they should bo
li" you want a pair of boots made to or
der, out nf tho belt material, and In tho
iiimt fashlonablo nnd durable manner, go
to Win. Khler, on Twentieth street, op
poi to the! court house. tf
CoMi'TMiU.r.H's Rki-oiit. Wo ropubllih
tliu' report of Comptroller Hyland this
innrnlng, to correct several errors of dates,
otc, which appeared in tho report as pub-
Itshol In tho Council proceedings.
Iteeeiiit ninl esvenilitures ir-'lii July -SlJi, li70, W
Januaiv till, 171.
MSI in I'Wiirer. July I, ISTi' lll,:iu 7S
It.i 'il (roin l'.ilien.Maiiair&t(a J hi M
Ilea' I from Mnrket.. Sinn
l:e'.l fruiu Mreel us
IteeM frem l.leen.ea 2.1." SA
lleoM f .1 II Tairler. Cnllrelor . Z),3tn VI
lleeM fr.mi Jno llyiin.l, Kx.Col hT9 IS Tfl'.i 01
Ilylntere.t allon lloml i S,73l IS
11 intetrat iiai'lnn I'., II. i Co
lloml. ...- I.W !
llySTipriHlecnieilaaJeauceriltJ.lvJ W Ti
IIAUNCi: IN TltBlSCHY.
r.eneiat Kun-I M ......., ..tJ.IM )
Inlere.t Ku.nl . 7,3i7 M
Kvi, HoManl 4 l.'u. KunJ C.1TJ W
(Ireetiba.lc Kuu I S Cl
llllm,! ttii-l Ur.ilini; I'unil .. W 15.0M Co
IieUilcl stateiiUT.t nf City Heilp Issued, and for
what airiipria!iea Mr tne tlx monin eruimi
January lih, l"fl, ritli amount ledeenieU im
Uutat.in tiiuJiily i, ISTo St,r.Tl t
a.lie. f.irie .11
I'lil en ., I 7!M I
Jail an I J.i. ler - 1,3X1 91
Kleellmi. IS ii
rii ti-walt" I,C7J W
Clerk'a nftiie A Oouii
tu ciumU-r - -V', it
H'rita..,......... SOI 21
Kiru liqurtrni-ut........ sw
r..., In.;lu.rnt Lamps ,f)l ti
Circuit Ciiirt w
In(.iiiatiii Cum....... 1)1 SI
l.ntn in It li It KneCo 3,'Mi oj
Ju ItyUn l, Us-Col'r. 7 W
I'rintmitanilailtorlls't as I .11
Cily Healer Ui ki
Hi tul as
LedirW-nie fan leanceleil..
lliinnsuula'iui'liiiiias lmwn byromp.
troll-r'slioi.k, January Silt. 1471..- ."M,77 7
SUtenu-nl Tieisiiry Krall a aliowa ly t'mnp
iroltW'a lva. aii.1 Treasurer's report uf tu.
cemlwr Ttli, l7i'.
Olllst unlit! July llh.lS70 11,117 M
I.M.a ill lian . oi Trury. I,7.U K
Utui"i SsittC tnia ilay .
Statement nl .1 II. Ta)Mr. ('!' Uufleclur aelill-He-I
by ( uui)ilrolter' lok January ltd, U71.
neiu-raUVarratit f rW....
Ily eal.ceti' I aivl pM Trsxw'r.aX'rt ro1
ly uneo ieciei 41,11 iw
III. SI.' VO
ItiM'spliiiluitou ut City laJblelne, January I,
Amount .rxli-Ms'liif July lili. K70.
ll.nlsnuliaii'l:U3 !.tH'.M7 !7
Troa-tiry I'mfU imt.luuJV ',117 31
liny MripotitstHrninjs i,oia n.
IIuh ruiruaiia J: la., Mali4
V T lleetwarl, Kt.follectiir
U13 Ci 31
IuilebttliMlne January III), 1S7I.
llou.UoutHan.lili f!U0,e;7 U7
Treesury urall - 1,117. "II
H. -rlp "iitsuiiJIni.' 21,vl l
I. . Tr Drafmn Treasury ,,,1:;'il!!''.i .u
TulI iuaobteJiie.a January"1! "-'i
luureaie T . ' '
53 Business was fair yestorday.
Sir Tho. Alox. Mltcbel Jay hero nil
dftV veslneilan .l..l- .... I. .11
mamng soma necessary repairs.
fMi? All out local tiAcke.L aro doln
BHrThn.Ta J-'iiV I. i.i.i ... tll rs.t.
and Paducah Packet. Sho loaves a
- -' ... .1... ir.kllU.'iUUY Kir
Tho Arkansas Hollo Is tho rogula
Cairo and Evansvlllotaatl and puienge
packet this evening.
im ri . u. a Keirer rarp yn r.
Sam. V . .1 . .1 MItt. .AAA .... .
I.A..J .1 t . S.... 11.1.
i m r. -sr .
778 bales cotton, 600 dry hides at thi
port, ror resnipmen. 10 now York and
Chicago per railroad.
1 1 pr. 1 r.1 ! JI..1....1 .1 .
assorted freight for various Cairo merch
. ... . .. . rn . m
mis nuu k'lsisuuat iRu reueivuu v wu tu
Memphis and way point.
with a light rain and a slight flurry
o ' 1 f
i nnnvM na. ..in. nun iiniinn
slnco last report, and Is not qulto ha
way between high and low water.
aj?Tho Misslsiilppl is falling
Nt 1 Att la trill, islrtsfit ftt I atti In 1
channel abovo Cairo.
tSr Tho Ohio is falling at Pittsbur
with seven feot in tho channel. It
- . . - . o
&-- Si tairillllllYttllll l.lsVIII
IW il 1 1 1 l"s im. S, Sl'Jlll.1 IJ11 -M.
IsUUENT CAHII PltlC'E
I IIUII I IIHH III III
I.SSISSSI laSJIISI IHS.S1L miu
Cnmne lulls and l.flToe Street..
A. SACKIE X tU.
vAiia. t tsAfafthv trln tfl Jsihn floll ftlt'l
SJ rs. sj' "j n . . . s . . .
OIIisTH lliisri-.f " " i . t .
ii.tft fasni.t &t thn court hitUM door in the city
t,: nrii.s....f iHifisr ni in a lau.uwvpt, nui
of Mi tion twrntynlno (21) (o J,ni"iP?1 lWa
sou i ii a miias'e wi itj ....
illl in Uliirs vi -- - - -
apply (or acle.,1 for laj. COAKLF.T,
nAtMiMAPAini i v iiiitwitaiin I'nsiT
JOSITH BAYMSS, Proprietor.
The House laewl furnished aaJ. etferalo
nub lafirit-clas accuniniooaiioo.
Drnmrc iiriT yiDH
mm . I. . . .. m VIahSma
!...,,.. I. nil. nnhaM tha beatef Ileef.
i...r.. l.mh Kauaaee. l'mldlni,
Kresh white lard la aay quaalltyjiornt J beef,
alisar en hanil.
Onler nlla-t prompUy sn4 sallsractiea
1 a oi biiuus - "
CTRATTOX St BIRD,
. . a. n. .a. sjf..J... Sk flairir
AstMts at Amrleu t'siwdar Co-,
- . sw
stniirBitnrtrt a ior i:aiiuH
Q D. H ILI.IAMSOX,
uwtll.SIIItV Ml-'StSISI A
No. 7 Ohio Letce,
asjsrelnl ssllsjlltlon vlvea lo C
uii nl sa riiliiin nrasm
1U all ILkMa -
a riij.r.i: v imiikkk,
... ..no rnsiv ntTfi n
M w '
ifX THE MOVE."
J -'a . i a'UUSl
H. M. HilLE
ataa ' i mm 1
TI AatSB.afa1aSKSBSSJl at. aS MJt AflM M M Jl
jjf Commercial ven
blifuimuioualo Diem, a Bull aa that of
site., remarkaUy oliuau (or easily
T.nrni hin.ilr caab. lor which ha sr