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r of pawiW liama ut Cairo i
f)T--.Vll lrln, dsllT...- - lltsip.m.
KipMss.dailj 2:41 p.m.
.vrWrt-MalLrfMly 3:30 B.n.
Eipresi.dall, ciCPptBunilaj 3:30 p.m.
NchD(eof can from Cairo to bt. Louis.
chant afcars from Cairo to Chicago. Klrpol
rawlog Room sleeping cara on night iram
ajc'K chtcted to all Important oolnts,
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will mako Ihre f'r IIIJ''
ttatmo cnao I "J0 " cl"
At T.. .....a.m. I At S:M a.m.
St n.zr:ni-M. : ?
At 4 so ..-p m. At p.m.
Farnncn Tt M1 for 'fff'
Will laac "hn hailed, at any good Intcrm.illate
aadinf (orpanengeraor freight. nortllf.
CAIRO AND LOUISVIL1.E
Wss.lv Packet for raducah, Evanavllte and Lou
Isvllle, llio favorito steamer,
T. O. RYMAN,5Iiter.
av Cairo every BATUDHAT ate o'clock p.m
For freight or parage apply onboardor to
CAIHO AND PADUCAH
The aplendld steamer
Joe Fowler, Afnafrr.
m n.lrj flWLY, (Jinlirs excepted) at4
m. Far fralghtor pisn apolj nn honrdor
jah. niuos, Ab'(.
POR SALE, 1 KorSMo t FOK SALE,
' I KrrSalol '
FOK SALE. J fSJSjSIfoK SALE.
Faro from LivcnrooL,
Faro from LoKDCMDsnnr
Faro from Ulasoow,
Faro from Quxbnstoww
TO CAIRO, $4820
SaRord, Morris A Ca
Livarpool Kew.TorW arid I'hlladr Iphla
MU COkiaiCT WITH I'XITID ITITTJAXD laitlil
For Carrying tne Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rvainaa lxroaniTloN
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
18 Hroadtvajr, New-York, orto
Washington Avenue, Cairn. won. 51
WANTED 33 TKM3-To work on the Cairo
and St. Louis rnllro.nl. Apply on the work
two mlUsfurtn tnwnnr nt Courthouse hotel.
1MV1S A JIKItH'IN, Contractors.
Nor. 2.1. 1971.-dlw
TlieOiminerelat Hotel vlll be renteil on favor
awe terms Possession giv immediately. An.
ply to (ocUstl) !. WISaTON.
The Urge iinil commodious ilirelhni; house
situated on KigMH helween H'nlniil ami Wash
ington (nppoMethe IVeshylerlan C'htireh) in for
rent. For terms, etc., apply to
THOMAS, (SHEEN A; AI.DKN,
octKtf Ohio l.evet, Cairo, Ills,
Htfl ,, 'a"lt'(ia(4a(t,t4((l(lil(1
A meeting of the stockholders of the Cairo und
vlncennej railroad company will ho held it the
office of the company in Cairo, Illinois, on Hit
urday, December ll, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for
the purpose of ratifying the action of the hoard
of airectora. I). It. I.AH.NKI),
Secretary and Treasurer.
Cairo, November C, 1671.
GUNNT BA03 rOH 8ALE.-Vc hate hut re
celred direct lr'in the Imp rters a laige cot
ignment ofGunny llagt, which weorler m loet
m.Vk" P'lcea. II A l.T.I KAY 1IU1X.
Cairo, NoTcmberU, 1671. uIm
The Illinois Central lUd lloal Compiny now
oderfor sale the following deicribed loin in hir
Addition to the City of Cairo, vlt 1
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 21 block p.'.
" 1 " 20, " L'7 e.
' 4 " p2, " i (,.
" "31 a
" 3 " t, " 3i kV,
Fortermn.eU. apply to JAMHS J011N1OV,
dtt ti .
AOHOCEKT STAND, with lull atnelc f gro
cenea; eligibly uliimted nn on W'A.hiuglon
avenue, and doing a good linitne... Apply at the
uuiic.iu uuive, IMiriltl
WIJJjIA3I J. smm, M. D.
II CSIDENOK No. 21 Thirleenlh slrert, br.
XV tfa Waahington avenueand Walnut xtrett.
Cirlic l.M Coiiiiiierclal avenue, up etalra,
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
pK3IDK.CK-cornr.Ninth and Walnut ts,
lVOme-orner sixth street ni Ohio leveo.
omca houra-from 6 a.m. to 12 m , and l p.m
ALLEN, MULKEV & WIIBBLKIl
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, ")
First Nalionil Bank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Wllllaall. een, 1
ulilWtr- j ''AlltO, 1LL1NOIH,
uSrafe.toVV",' Adm""T -nd
iici-ouio LETir, itoou. 7 XVD 8 ov
. 6ITT VATfONAL 1UK.
wTf?.ni1r"1,!n''','J"'0I"',(',0,' ' JIM aal
ullt, c.li1.I"'l l".e i""t received an assort
K i f ,h late" atylt. nf Job I'rlullmr tycas.
!?.. u,n "d West. They flutter themselves
Fwaii Seguln niackirelon hand At Jor
Estate of Henry Harris, deceased.
rni ntV al the ro.lrt-housM In Cairo, Ills., nl tho
Jn irv term, on the third Monday In Janusry
ie. l aV-hl"!. ti'ne all persons having claims
nisln'sl soi I e 'He are nolllled end requested to
itend forlhn i.urposn of having thneatno nd-
lusted. All persons Indebted 10 said ennio bib
rr'pitste l tt Inske iminedtale payment to tho
llsleJ I1IIS nrst liav ni u einuer, a. 1: km.
AUOUSTA IIAHHIS, Executrix.
130 Ohio I.cteo, nrar Klono nrpol,
J. D .AN ONE, PROPRIETOR,
Fresh Shell Oyster Received Daily.
Keens alwava on nan I M.lninnre an 1 Moli.le
Oysicrs, which he will 1 e glid to sei ve to his cue
loinera in wie oeii sijie. uc-.n.
a ANNUAL CONCLAVE FOll THE KLEC
VV TIUN 0K OFK1UKHS Ihe regular an
nual conclave of Cairo Commanderr No
13 ol Knlgllti 1 etnplnra will be lietil In the asylum
in the city ol Cairo, Ills., on tills (Saturday) even
tng, Decern' ri, inn, ai tyto cioca siinr.i
Holournlng air Knlghti are cnurteotnly Invited
to attend. JAH. 8, REVKDK.N, ltecordir.
PnblUlird every mornlns, Mondny ex.
The Uwjrcr.i lmvo M returned from
Burlingliatn, of llio Life Asjoclntlon
of Amorica, li tlioclty.
Young Jnmes Arick will lcnvo for
Groat Salt City in ft dty or two.
Daviton, or Davidson, lato cashier of
tho express ofllco in this city, 1ms bocn
employed by Mr. E. W. Green.
Capt. Hambloton, Col. Lounsborry,
nnd several military gentlemen of tho
Mounds, wore In tho city yesterday.
Clark, of Cincinnati, owner of Clark's
building in this city, hns been vlsiblo on
our strccta during tho past two or thrco
Hon. H. Watson Wobb hus been nt
homo sinco last Wednesday, and will ro-
turn to tho capital to-dny. Even tho at
tractions of tho house of representatives
could not detain Wat. from his thanks
giving turkey, which ho know would bo
waiting for him ut Cairo.
Mr. Ilcnry Winter U not n vory ami
able gentleman when wo of The ISulle-
ti.v come before his vision; but bo knows
how to keep hotel, nnd he's n right good
sloshing about alderman. Wo hnve asked
him several times to kiss nnd make up, but
ho wont. Ho would rather havo n muss
thnn livo in peace ; however, he cells tho
best venison it tho city, und his oysters aro
Our friend AVood, of tho select council,
hns been niter Mcllale, tho cltv jailer,
again. Ho U euro Mac is receiving too
much money for his sorvieos, arid wishes
to lmvo his wages "clipped.'' The colonel
is vory economical ; but i( u white or black
radlcnl woro in .Mac's boots, you would not
get out of Ins head a word not n word.
.McIInlo 'u n jL'ooil ofllcor tho host jnijur
Cairo has over had, and he ought to get
Arrivals nt tho St. Charles vesterdny
were as follows : Mr?. Hurd, Shrevcport,
La.; MUs Clara Soott, Miss Jennie Regg,
Robert Cattle, Kyansville, Ind.; W.
Henschen, St. Loui, Mo, ; Hilly Rlunkor,
Harry Matson, Steamer Holla Memphis;
A. u beckor, tn. Jlnniioman, city ; J. W.
Iioulds and w ife, Owensboro; E. Vogolor,
Cincinnati jClms. F. 0. Schmidt, Evans-
ville, Ind.; A. E. V. While nnd wire, John
Fresh, Detroit, Mich.; Alex. Gardner,
Chicago, 111.; A. T. llarnes, Ccntralia, 111.
C. M. Fay, Now York; II. C. Woodward
Cincinnati; dipt. G.W.Lennox, Samuel
Lee, Steamer Grand Tower; Win. W
Ucliermerhorn, New Orleans; E. M. Dud
ley, Chicngo; .Mr. Luebkerand children,
Vickshurg; it. '.Ick, Salem; H. S. lloag,
Tho following; wuro tho arrivals at tho
Meltnotiico llotul, Wm, Winter, proprie
tor, for thu twenty-four hour ending ut 0
o'cluck p.m., Deo. 'J J.: A. A. Pcckltipmigb,
Alton, Ind.; I.. B. Wilco.x, Urooklleld,
.Mo. j Hontoii Fi'ltluiii, St. Louis, Mo, ; Robt
Wilkin, Memphis, Tenn.; II. M. Wood-
sides, St. Charles, Mo.; Robort Smith,
heeling, Va.; Mrs. .1. P. Mulonoy, New
York City; H.O.Gordo.i.Evansvil't, Ind.;
.1. O. Stepleton und lady, Owen count',
Ky. ; Robert Jlagrudur, Louis Ross, Torre
Haute. Ind.; Mrs. fettsan Uryscn, Evuns-
Tille, Ind.; Geo. A. Ilabbltt, Chicago-
Harry Kendall, Tenn.; T. Snyder, Ullin,
111. ; V . M. Keen, Kentucky; l.N.Coll'ee,
Ulandvlllo, Ky.; t rank JJryant, Kentuckv
John Thomn, T. Grcmor, Stcamor City nf
Ickshurg ; A m. Cnrleton nnd wife
Charleston, Mo.j Capt. Wm. Harman.
Nashville, Tenn.; Smith Torienee, city.
rt. J. rercifull, M, F. Howman, Morley,
M. J. Axtoti, Steamer YHCgcr; (?, K.
D .cny, New York.
IKroin tlie Cairo Evening fjuu,
Da. J. AViiite. Wo are glad to loam
that Dr. J. AVhlto is receiving calls for his
advice and romedics which bid fair to re
tain lilm in Cairo all w Inter. Dr. AVhito's
skill in so promptly detecting, as he docs,
evory ailment nnd tho truo condition of
tho cntiro body of tho sufferer is often tho
wonder of tho sufferer himself, and evorv
one who witnesses tho cures,
Persons carolcss or Indifferont to this
opportunity for restoration to health muy,
regret ttiolr nsglcct for tho balance of
ihnrlwet! A'c udvlso the early call of
diseased on Dr. White, with confident ox
pectutlon of permanent relief.
His rooms are ut tho Southern hotel,
1'aklok Entkutainment. Tho ludlcs
of the Episcopal Church will give tho first
of a series of l'ttrlor Entertainments at
thorcsidencoorWm. 11. (JUbort, Esq., on
Tuesday next, Dee. fith, All hio cor
dlnlly Invited to attend.
Edam and Sap Gngo cheese nt Jorgen-tan's.
iJ,. f ihe Miiinlr of Alexand-r, stat
Li i,,V' .V hsrehy glrea uoilco that fh
.'i"""- ......iiiulv i.nnrt nf A exsnd
Have you tried Zinone's oysters ?
Yesterday vas bland it really lino
Tho bull of the Turners was a suc
Tho hotols nro crowded with strati-
At fifteen mlnulcs to ten o'clock lat
night snow began to fall.
The levco now-n-days presents a scene
ofnctlvltv and business bustle.
Tho retention of Officer Sheehan on
tho pollco force meets with very general
Arthur Smith has completed n model
of tho steamer Ika Hatnmit, which is at
once ingenious and unique.
The lecture nt tho Athcncum, on next
Thursday night, 7th Inst., will bo worth
honrlng. R. F. Taylor is ono of tho best
lecturors in tho Union.
Wo have a prcsentimont that Moso
Hnrrell will nbuso us about our baby
poetry, and wo givo n fair warning of pis
tols nnd coffins for two.
A motion for a new trial In tho case
of tho negro murderer convicted at Mound
City lately, was argued last week nnd
taken undor consideration by Judgo IJakor.
At tho Rcsldenco of W. B. Gilbert, Esq.,
Dcccmbor, 7th Instant.
The small vox is frightening tho
wits out of tho people In Clilcagoand Vin
cenncs, nnd wo of Cairo had better look
out for tho appearancn of tho mean disease
The ladles of the Presbyterian church
will givo nn oyster supper for tho benefit
of tho church on W EDNESDAY EVEN
ING NEXT, nnd not on Thursday even
ing, ns heretofore published.
Somo pcrous who had received cir
culars advertising bogus monoy for salo
by a Wilmington, Delcwnro, rascal, en
closed them to The Bulletin. Tho sto
ry is to old to bo told again. Fow greon-
lea blto nt that ball In these (lavs of wide-
o havo procured tho services of
several experienced printers and added to
our 'stock considerable typo. Come on,
therefore, with your orders. Wo can do
you work ns woll nnd as choaply as it can
bo dono anywhero ; and if you don't be
llovo us ask Woodward. He knows and
James Murray alias Rivers, who es
caped from our county Jail nnd was ro
captured at Now Orleans tho other dayi
was sent in company with E:l. Williams
and Jim Adams to tho Illinois peniten
tiary from Chicago, October 2Rh, 18C8,
fivo years each, for burglary. Murrv et-
caped a year ago.
THE C. & V. RAILROAD.
Tho Vinccnnss Western Sun, ofalaU
dato cays :
" Muvor Wood, lata of tho U. S. A
but now temporarily sojourning ns a civi
lian at Terro Haute, was in our citv yes
terday, on business connected wlOi "tho
Vlncetines and Cairo railroad. Malor
AVood represent! .Messrs. AVinslow A: Co.,
who havo been awarded tho contract for
building tho road; and tho oljnot of M.
visit was to ascertain what aid can
ho expected from tho
municipality of A'incennei, in
the way ot a donation. AVo nro glad to
icarn mat no met witn nattering encour
ngoment, und that thero is a gnnornl dls
ngomeiu, unu mat tiicro is a gnnornl ills
position among our citizens to givo to this
road tho aid which its importnncu merits.
AVo havo no doubt our city authorities
would readily donnto Uftv or sixtv thou
sand dollars, in tho event that tlio prin
cipal mnchino shops of tho company aro
locuieu in tins piace.
Tho following is nn extract from tho ro-
port of tho proceedings of a meeting of
the city council of A'inconne, held No
A petition trom I). R. Lnrncd, prcsi
dent of tho A'lnconnes nnd Cairo railroad
comuutiy of Indiana, was presented to tho
council, setting forth that it is proposed
to consolidate said company with the
Culro nnd AMncennes railroad company of
Illinois, limning ono continuous line of
rnacl trom this city to Cairo. The peti
tioner prayed a donation by council of
foO.OOO in city bonds, huving twonty
years to run, said bonds to bo issued when
said road is completed nnd in running or
der to Cairo; also, tho further sum of $it),000
when tho principal mnchino shops of said
company aro located at A'inccnnes. The
petitioner prayed tho appointment of so
licitors to canvass tho citv for siirntiturcs
of freeholders in favor of said donntions,
which prayer was by unanimous vote of
AVheroupon Mr. Allen ollurcdii resolution
authorizing tho mayor to appoint n com
initloo of six persons, ono from ench ward,
to circulate petitions for tho cirniiturna in
said railroad when completed, in accord
ance with tho said petition.
Tho muvor then appointed tho following
persons to circulate said petition in the
rirstward, John T. Colman; Second,
nthony Brouillette, Third, Gov. Haub;
Fourth, Charles F. Raker; Fifth. F. G.
Eberwlno; Sixth, John Knauf.
-Lost about noon on Saturday, No
vember 25th, within two blocks of tho
post office, a LADY'S FUR MUFF.
Tho finder will bo woll rewarded by leav
ing tho samo with Loilln, at the post office,
oa at Dr. AVardnorV.
A homeopathic medicine case. The
tinder will bo suitably rowarJed by leav
ing thccatr.o nt the office of
R. S. Union AM,
It 13G Commcrclal-av.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
An elegant sot of new Slnglo Harncjs,
Applyto JAMES JOHNSON,
nov303t Stono Depot.
Taber 11 rot hers aro prepared to man
ufucturo any pattern of jowolry to order
to suit the parties nnd tho nurse. All
kinds of rings, sea), chased and plain, to
lit tho linger and the p'urso. tf.
SLEEriNu Rooms von Re.nt. Ten
wellventllnted Blcoplng rooms In City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
DAILY BULLETIN. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1871,
This Is what somebody says about it:
"A Habbalh wMl spent
Urines n week of content.
And healih for the toils ol the morrow I
Hula Habbitti profaned,
Whatever la gained,
Is a sure forerunner of soriaw.
Rev. Fred. P. Thomson will preach
to-day In tho morning nnd at night, .
Thero will be no pcrformanco by tho
Thallas to-night. Next Sunday night
they will servo the publio with a splendid
play, now in rehearsal.
Services In tho Catholic church, corner
Washington avenue and Ninth strcot, as
usual to-day, Rov. Father O'Hnlloran
officiating at the altar.
At the Church of the Redeemer, Iter.
Edwin Coin, rector, will conduct tho ser
vices as usual to-day. This Is tho first Sun
day in Advent, and is the beginning of tho
church year in tho Episcopal church.
Thero wlll'bo no service nt tho Pres
byterian or Christian churches to-day.
Rov. Mr. Thayer, who has accepted the
call of Presbyterians, will not occupy tho
pulpllof that church until tho first Sunday
Tbo Rev. Mr. Jackson will, it is to bo
hoped, continue his commentaries on tho
evils os stealing bacon. Ho could devoto
th hours of his morning discourses to no
bettor use than showing that it is at least
morally wrong In a church mcmbar to
ELI V. QUEEN,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT 135
Mr. Ell AV. Green, long a member
of tho well-known nnd thoroughly relia
ble firm of of Thomas, Green & Alden,
has withdrawn from that firm and estab
lished himself in tho General Commission
Merchant Business, at No. 135 Ohio Leveo,
near tho stone depot. Mr. Green is an old
citizen of Culro, has been long identified
with tho business interests of tho city nnd
and Is in every respect reliable In his
buslnoss transactions ho Is careful nnd
prudent, and tho experience of many
years ns a commission merchant lias ex
tended his acquaintance north and south
and tnado him master of tho business.
His business house, convenient to both tho
railroad and rivor, has a .storago capacity
sufficient to accommodate tlm most extra
ordinary demuods, and ho begins business
"armed nnd equipped'1 at all points, pos
sessing the experience of many years hard
labor, the confldanco of the business com
munity, and a reputntion for enterpriso
tomporcd by prudenco and directed by
sound Judgment. His success is therefore
assured. Orders from the South directed
to Mr. Ell AV. Green will, wo hnve no hesi
tation in informing our readers, rcccivo
immcdiato attontion and the belt terms of
tho market, and all consignments en
trusted to him will obtain closo attention
AVo chcorfully commend him to tho
Tho Christmns aeries of purlor concerts
is dosigncd to be held us follows :
Tuesday evening, Daccmber 5th, at tho
rcsldenco of AV. 15. Gilbert.
Tuesday evening December 19th, at tho
residence of AV. II. nnlliday.
Tuesday evening, Jandary Oth, at Sam
uel AVultcr's residence
Tuesday ovening, Jnnunry 23d, at Clins.
Tuesday, February Oth, nt AV. P. Ho
An Easter series will open on April Mb,
tho dates and places of which will bo duly
AVo havo no hesitation in recommend
ing AVilliam Ehlers, boot and shoo maker.
as worthy of most liberal putronngo. AVe
know whereof wo speak when we sny his
work is done In a masterly manner at tho
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of stock, and he cannot bo excelled in
tho dellcato task of making an oxuet fit.
Givo him a call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between AVnshington nvonuo nnd
Poplar stroot, nearly opposite tho court
house, and wo will guarantee satisfaction.
It is true that Blankcnburg's Excel
sior saloon is now one of tho institutions
of the city. All drinkers who like really
oxcellont liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
otc go to tho Excolsior suloon.'.whlch Is
fitted up in splondid style. Blankonburg,
who knows how to keep u saloon, spreads
a line freo lunch ovory morning and ove
ning, and, ns ho forcibly expresses it,
Swoctens the lunch with music." Ho
has employed tho services of a first-rate
pianist, who makos tho crnnd ninnn
which stand in ono end of the saloon
ipenk out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. Tho best order in mulntaincd,
and all improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the Excelsior saloon
is at tbo corner of AVashington avenue und
It Is truo that that the best whisky,
wine, nnd such liquids, in the
city are to bo obtained at Fitzger
ald's samplo room, corner of Commercial
nvenuo and Fourteenth street. Lawyers
who drink Pat's whisky always obtain a
retalnor within five minutes after each
drink, and becomo virtuous ; ministers
who drink his wlno and whisky, grow in
grace and becomo happy; doctors who
sample his liquors "all round," nro cer
tain to procure a patient who has monoy
nnd the disposition to pay for prescrip
tions, nnd become good citizens; and
ditors who take a drop or two procure
patrons who pay cash, and becomo drunk
editors and patrons. Tempcranco men
aro especially urged to patronizo Pat. He
has n poculiar kind of whisky that makes
a man fool good, drunk and nil that, but it
Icavcj no odor on tho brenth, and tho man
who drinks it cbu get out of tho saloon
without being vislblo to mortal vision,
CoN.vuiiiAL Fjslicitv. Nothing tends
more to connubial happiness than
cheerful and healthy infants and chlldron.
Mrs. AVbltcomb'a Syrup is the groat chil
dren's soothing romody.
New almonds, eoconnuls and
A flno black marc, n good spring wag
on, nnd n sot of new harness, for salo chenp
for cash. Enqulro nt J. Burger's, lit
Persons who wish to havo hair nnd
other kind of jowclry mnnufucturcd for
holiday gifts, aro requested to hand In
their orders ns soon ns rosslblo to Buder
Brothers, corner ol AVnshington avenuo
and Eighth street.
Holiday goods for tho million. Tho
best assortment of Fancy Goods, Toys nnd
Motions in tho city can bo found nt tho
AVheolor and AVilson nnd Piano Agency
of 0. C. Carson, Commercial nvenue, bc
tweon Ninth and Tenth streets, Cairo, 111.
Dr. Ficrco's Golden Medical Discov
ery will not rnlso tho dcud, but it will
benefit nndcuro thollvlng. For nil sovcro
Coughs, Hiroat nnd Bronchial dlscnscs It
hns never been equaled.
Groat Inducements to nny ono wish
ing to buy n llrst-clnss piano or organ.
E. & AV. Buder offer their cntiro stock In
tho piano and organ lino nt tho actual
cost of the instruments. Thoy are dcslr
ous of closing out tho stock so that they
may uso tho room for jowclry manufactur
iaocr Jirouicrn nro constantly re
ceiving now goods not in tho lino of their
own manufacture, such ns optical goods of
nil kinds, lino gold nnd filvcr headed
canes, music boxes of all kinds, toy music
hoxes for children, something new and
very attractive. Silver pinto chonper than
ever, &c., A'c. tf.
-Lost a breastpin. On Friday even
ing, Dccembor 1st, on Ninth strcot be
tween Commercial nvenue and AVnlnut
street, a largo gold breastpin, containing in
ono sido a picture of n little girl, and in
tho other four colors of hair. Tho Under
will bo libernlly rownrded by leaving th
pin nt this olllco or tho residence of Mrs
E. A. Martin, No. 67, Ninth street.
All persons desiring to becomo mem
bcrs of a class to bo instructed in piano
and vocal music by Slgnor Farini, who
proposes to establish in this city nconser
vntory of music, will plenso givo notice o
tho fact nt Herman Moycrs' cigar store,
Ohio levee, to Paul hchuh, druggist, Com
mcrcll nvenue, or J. hchlesinger, nrtls
cornor Eighth street and tho levee,
tho Buder Druthers.
Tho manufacture of
Hair Jewelry for Holiday Gifts
mndo a specialty.
Tho Buder Brothers, cornor Eighth
street nnd AN ushington nvenue, havo re
ceived n brnn-now lot of tho latcst-stvled
breast-pins, car-rings, finger rings, brae
lets, watches, clocks, etc., vnill in-, ite tho
public to call nnd inspect the stock. Thov
aro nlso agents for the Davis' sowing ma
chine, Burdctt organs and St. Louis pinnos
and offer to tho publio tho best bargains to
bo obtained ut nny placo in Southern 111
On Monday, December lib, 1871, I
will sell nt public miction on board .1. M
Phillips' wharf boat, for tho benefit of
whom i'.mnv concern:
One lot potatoes,
Ono lot npplc,
One lot onions,
Fifty sks barley,
One sack bran.
Saved from Steamer Sallie.
,T. 11. JoiIN'fiO.V,
Capt. Steamer Sallis,
(k-orgo, tho fourth wurd barber, is
succeeding beyond expectation. His bus!
ncss has Increased so rapidly that liohn
been compelled to employ nn nsilstant,
which ho has found in ono of themos
skilful barbers in Cairo. Evervbodv
therefore, can now patronizo George's
shop, nssurcd that they will be served
promptly, politely, nnd in the highest stylo
of tho tonsoriul nrt. Shop, corner of com
mercial nvenue and seventeenth street,
On Snturday, tho 30th day of Decem
ber, 1 will sell n. public nuction tho fol
lowing property, left on my wharfooat
uncalled for :
!1 boxes glass,
1 gas muchine,
1 box tinware,
'J boxes merchandise,
1 box glusswnre,
7 bundles saddle-trees,
1 lot beer kegs,
1 lot felloes,
dlt. J. M. Piui.Lir.s.
Tho merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Lohning & Kobler, on tho south side of
Eighth street botween AVnshington and
Commercial uvonucs, opposite Hanny's
dry-goods store, has been open only a few
wcoks nnd already tlieso gontlemo nro ob
taining a fair Bharo of tho pntrouago
of tho public. They aro both practical
men flrbt-class mechanics and nro will
ing to gunranteo satisfactory work. Thoy
keep on hand nlways a full lino of pieco
goods, to which thoy direct tho attontion
of all who wish to havo made clothes
that nro worth the monoy paid for them.
Cleaning and repairing dono neatly at
Fresh Lako Michigan fish, consisting of
trout and white fish, can be procured every
day at Jack AVintcr's grocory. adjoining
tho hardwnro store, for the trilling sum of
ten cents per pound.
Just Received. AV. AV. Thornton
Tontli street botweon Commercial nvenuo
and Poplar street, hns just received nnd in
toro 1,000 doors und 1,000 windows und
Foil Sale. -A cottago on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, clstorn nnd out
houses completo. Apply to
AV. AV. Thornton.
Plain directions In Germnn and Eng
llsh nre given with Barr's Pectoral Elixir
or THE C1TT
, Council OiiAMiir.it,
Cairo, III., Doc. 1, 181.
I'resonl His honor, tho Mnvne .ml
Cunningham, Fitzgornld, Renrdcn,
Schuli, Sense, Slratton, Swayne, Taylor,
AVnldor, Winter, AVood nnd AVoodwnrd
On motion of Aid. Fitzgerald, the read
ing of tho journnl wns dispensed with.
Messrs Buder, Carroll nnd Hurd appear-
eu in their seals,
ItEI'OHTM or orricEits.
The roports of tho following namod of.
fleers woro presented and road, and on mo
tion of Aid. Rcardon, received and ordered
on file; of AVm. Mcllale, city jailor, for
November ; r. uross, P. M., for Octobor ;
U. bhnnncssy, P. M., for October and Nov
ember ; L. II. Myers, chief of polico, for
Septcmbor; Holmes and Shochan, police
constables, for Novembor ; AV. H.Robert
son, police constable, for Soptcmbcr, Oc
tober and Novembor ; J. B. Taylor, city
treasurer, for November; F. M. Ward,
street supervisor, for two months ending
Oct. 20th, showing tho amount of street
tax collected, aftor deducting his percent-
age, to bo $188.40; and of L. H. Mvers
chief of police, on tho Impounding of hogs
during tha mouth of November.
KEl'OllTH Ol' COM M1TEES.
Tbo committee on markets reported that
Joseph Mendel, wclghmniter, had collected
on account of tho city scales, the sum of
(28.25, which amount, less 15 per cent
commission, he had paid into the citv
The flnnncu committee reported that
they had destroyed by burning, city orders
to the amount of $l,86'.l.i, and coupons to
tho amount of $2,113.81).
On motion of Alderman Swayne, said re
ports wcro received and ordered Died.
The clerk read n petition from AV. T,
Scott, praying the council to grant him II
cense to maintain a "concert hall" in tho
building occupied by him as a saloon and
billiard hall, on Commercial avenue,
Alderman Reurdcn moved that license
bo Issued to said Scott for one year upon
his paying into the city treasury tho sum
of $100, and entering into bond in the sum
ol toou. curried.
Tho following bills wero presented and
read, and, on motion oi Alderman Winter,
reierreu to inoir appropriate committees
Chas. Peters, repairing jail $ 0 00
Bcorwart, Orth & Co., stovo for
clerk's olllco and elbows, pipe,
etc., for council chamber, clerk's
ollico nnd police headquarters... 30 35
Thos. Mcelun, hauling lumber... 31 00
Jno. II. Obcrly A- Co., publishing
council proceeding durinc No
vember, per contruct Co 0)
C. 11. Woodward, nails and other
T. J. Ent, lumber 218 0
R. II. Cunningham, rent of coun
cil chamber for November 40 00
Stralton A- Illrd, 1 keg nails 5 00
H. H. A illiams, lumbor Ill) 7li
F. M. A urd, 2 tons Pittsburg coal.. 12 00
N. A. Devore, -I dim' labor on
sidewalks in Nov., ns foreman.. J'J 00
1-rank llcmis. -I duvi labor on
sidewalks in November 8 00
A . Minard, 4 duys' lubor on side- 8 00
walks in November 8
Jno. Roche, 4da' labor on side-
i . i . . .
wmins in .oTumocr.
AV. (Juinn, 4 days' labor on side
walks In November
31. Mnhoncy, fi days labor on
sidewalks 'in November
Thos. Naughton, 0 days' labor on
sidewalks in November
Thos. Fitzceruld, 25 dav' labor
on sidewalks in November 50 00
Potor Conlan, 25 days labor on
sidewalks in November 50 00
A m. Mcllale, 18 days labor on
sidewalks in Nxvcmbcr 30 03
.M. Jen kins, 6 davs lalor on side
walks in Nov. ns foreman 15 03
Henry Bryant, 5 duys lubor. on
sidewalks in November 10 03
A. King, a davs labor on side
walks in November 10 00
Geo. Kills, 0 days labor on side
walks in liovcmber 10 00
Geo. l!rittoii,bduys labor on side
walks in November 10 00
Closo iV Vincent, 2 bbls. li.no at
$1.50 and balunco due on fi bbls.
deducted from previous bills.... 4
i m. .Mcllale, dictini: prisoners
during November 288 00
Ji. Ji. -Myers, impounding und
providing sustenance for hogs
during Novembor as per re
port E. A. Burnett, November salary
us comptroller 75 00
r. Cuin, Novembor sulury ns
marshal no nn
J. u. 'J uyior, JNovemher salary ns
treasure! 100 00
M. J. Howley, November salarv
ns clerk ion on
Jno. M. Lansden. salary as mayor
forquartorondlng Dcc.O, 1871.. 250 00
L. H. .Myers, November salary ns
chief of police H.i
John 1). Holmes, November sul
ury ns polico constable Tr. nn
Jno. Sheehan, Novembor salary
as polico constablo 75 00
0. Mchner, November salarv oh
police constablo 7.1 nn
R. F. Illllingsly, Novembor salary
ns imllco constuhlo "fl 00
AV. II. Robertson, November sal
ary as polico constable 75 00
Henry T. Mnrtin, November sal
nrv A9 nollcn ronstnhln 97 iliiva rt r.n
B. Slianncssy, P. M., salary for 2
months, endlni: Nov. 30th 50 00
Jj. 11. .Myors, chief of polico, nmt.
paid St. Louis polico conven
tion to defray printing ex
penses 10 00
Tho following resolution, offered by
Councilman Hurd, was, on motion of Al-
dorman Cunningham, ndopted, viz:
JCaolvetl, Hint the street commiiinn i.n
nstructod to OXamino tllO Iras tiosta nt urea.
urn useu lorilgllllllgllluiireOlS 01 thoc tv.
unu mtu unu niiuiuur ouiu ousts uro placed
in accordance with the provisions of Dm
presont ordinances 01 tno city; nnd if they
uro standing in violation of said ordi
nances, said committeo nro Instructed to
cause Baid posts to bo removed or placed
in proper places.
Councilman AVood offerod and moved
tho adoption of the following resolution,
which was ndopted;
Jlctohed, That in nil cuscs
whero porsons appealed from tbo
assessment for city taxes for tho year 1870
to tho circuit court of Aloxandor county,
tho city tronsurer bo nnd ho is heroby in
structed to rocoivo from such porsons pay
ment In full nt tho ruto at which tha
property wns nssossod for tho year A. D.
Alderman Roarden introduced and
moved tho adoption of tho following res
olution which tts adopted, tJz:
lluvhtd, That thf eRj Uor y b Md
ho Is hereby authorized nnd Instruct'
lako legal stops to obtain posscs.lon of
desks, or book (r paper cases now In
circuit clork's olllco or elsowhero nnd
longing to the city.
A prcnmblo nnd resolution Inlrod
by Councilman AVood culling for tho
pension of Jailer Mcllalo In order
tho fees for dieting prisoners might b
mi en 1 nnu n vvoiiv.iumonni objection
come, wne, uftcr soma liicu8lou,
drawn ly llmtiucrnbor.
JUMl Jllliuil J.njiui iiitj'sj tuu v
cllthat Mr. W. 1'. Hnlllday who
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tor of t in flu m nnd IH. I.011U rail
datlon of tho city council, had decline
accept said appointment.
Aldorman Roarden moved that
H. Oberly, Esq., bo recommended to
tfAVASti tm .. f.l ,
by n ntnn'ling vote.
TMlil I'lnrL hrnmnli .1 1 1. 1 1 TT
T. Murtln ns polico constable, with
1 - 1 1 .m .
on. On motion of Aid. Rcardon.
bond was approved and orderod Died.
Tho mayor laid boforo tho council,
matter 01 1110 suspension of Ofllcor
ban together with his rcuson therefor
stated that tho suspension dated bac
the '6th Inst.
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uunciiman 11u.ru moved that Inoc
cil proceed to voto on tho question of
talnlng tho mayor's notion. Carrlod.
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j iiu micmuii men oeini; nan ma
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nnd tho question decided In tho nega
by Yeas 5; Nays 9.
No further business appearing, on
ji. .1. howley, city Clor
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AltltlVEII AND I)EPARTE.
K A.m., .1' I. - r
John KTollo Pittsburi: N. Orle
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Olencoo N. Orleans
Pavlona Lniiiirlll.. V. nrl
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wi tt.,, suiiiiiiuui...uoium
CONDITION Or THE RIVKU.
The river is falling very fast, and
hours. At Pittsburg tho rivor is fall
-..-In .. ., .1 ..11 , . . .
,. ...iv. nn piuspuvia lur mnomer
has vanished. At Cincinnati ther
Iff tit PISA (nbln 1... Ik llt t.
anon u u rnu on. ai ioulivillc it Ui
tionnry with flvofuetin tho canal I
Bun lumiig ai r.vansTiue. Tno Uum
Inrifl r!tA Is ciatnr. tit . .1 tfl. .1
nivi ssstssz Bt.111 nnu iiiTUi. urtu
boats will resume .tholr trips to our 1
u - o
At Little Ro:k tho Arknnms 1 f.lllnn.
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niAllim ASH IIUM.XESU.
Tin. l.lt . ..
.aau "ViaktSV 1 ILSiriuav WU II f I Ir Tl I I
.v siiuiiu ungiuiv maKing xno
rnoiphore quite comfortable,
limine! remains very good among
U plenty of freight coming in by rail
ttliTttriinnt atlilr. t... ...t.It. 1. a
......... v... va iTUlll IS E tilt ti II
wanl a soon as it arrive-,
Plafiul mil " I. ....-.-.I .1.. t
" v vsu klSilir u uu j uu
er had to uso to describo our buiineia
t)ir Ss r T sm 1 .tnA. tt
'i fin Mui'ssini.i la .:it r.in .
. sun tailing vorj iiu
till 11 .ill 1 1' It 11 (Tnlllll n linanl... 'I' U n
us 1 at ilthluiii is rnnpnpnM a 1
Inn ritAt ttt n a lm. A. I. 1. if.
Mv i.Ut.,n t-v L. a . r l.t .t
ft n nn I tlaM I a 1 .
down nine feet can be found .
All flirt rivnai iV,A..n L'i T f. ilf
and chuck full of Ice.
1 lift IJtlMV ll.ti , a ... I ..I. nm n
1.1.1. If.r. 1.1. 1 ...1... , .
hnnil lir.a Hi 1.1.1 ........ -n 1
corn, r-' tin safes.
The Gloncoe dicharied 174 flhr! anrrap
!lj hlil inn ..... 'rAL.l., . .
MlHCELLA.VEOL'8 AN'I) OEKEItAyi. XW9.
The City of A'icksburg camo in yoster-
llav rlrnwiiii, ! r.,... CI.. .-ifi.
nnn f. u,t I r,. r .i,A An..i.i
Tooth. She reported but 4 faet scant and
tho river falling fast.
1 ho Dexter is still very hard aground at
Dog Tooth, and tho Eckort is trying to
lighten her off.
Tho Hollo Mompbls is hard nsround at
Power's island, and tho Colorado hasgono
up 10 neip her over.
Thnt beast ofburthon, tho John P. Tollo.
reached this port yesterday, nnd is the du
plicate of tho Yaegor in nil rospects, ex
cept alio has only ono chimney while tho
l iiegor has two. Sho came in with a good
trip and added largely hero,
ThoAueger is double trinplne: it over
The City of Alton, Suslo Silver and
Adam Jacobs are laid tip at Grand Towor
being uuablo to get to St. Louis. '
Capt. Oeo. D. Mooro, rooontly of tho
Molllo Moore, is commanding tho John
Copt Colburn was undosldod what to
do with his big Gloncoe, but it is probablo
that ho will rcship his St. Louis freight by
rail and load hero.
picked up on tho wharf at St.Lcuif, and it
A fow days ago tho following note was
is supposod that it is intondod for a woll
know clerk: "N. Pipe tho the saken dark
the AVassr of the triss 38 pices $300. 80
Tho Emporor passed down without land
ing with a circus on board, now in tho
namo of goodness could she have alighted
our city when It would havo been profit
able to havo stopped.
Tho wharves at St. Louis aro entirely
deserted, and all tho boats that were not
fortunato enough to got out, havo gone in
to wintor quartors.
City National Bank Bnlldlaf .
asstSpeclal attention raid to orders Irom sitati
si t nlKtit or iUt.-