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"Weekly Poelft fo'IUIm-iti, llvansvllle mil Lou
l.vlll, the favorite niriinier,
T. (J. HY.UA.V,.Mnitcr.
i.se. Cairo every SATUDKAV nt S o'clock p.m.
Epr freight or paa;e apply on Loardur to
JAN. ItlUU, Ar'I.
CAIHO AND PADIJCAII
The splcmlid steamer
Joe I'ott lor, Mailer.
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For IreUhtor pi on npols on lio.irilor
JAS. llI;iN, Ali'l.
FOK SALE, ) F..r Pale i FOK SALE,
FOK SALE. J i-rHnie I FOU SALE.
Faro from Livehpool,
Faro from LoNDCVDEitRr
Faro from Glasoow,
Furo from Queenstowx
TO OAIKO, :::::::: $ 1 8 2 0
faBonJ, Morn. 4 Ca
Liwposl Ncw-Vork arid Plilladrlpliia
HI C0NT11CT Wlin VJUTED TiTf"D Uilllln
For Crr)lnR Iiib Mali.
FOR PASSAUE TIUKKTS
on rririica mromtiiov
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
IS nroivdtrny. New. York, or to
II. 17 on it,
Wmhlrnlon Atniic, Cnro. mm, 51
TANTKD--JS Ti:M5To work on llu- C.uro
nd fct. l.ouI r.illron.l. Atuly on lli woik
two mlln form town or ot Uourlhoiio Imtrl.
riiK-.itniiic-ivi.il llotol v in l,n r,t,i f,,v07.
MotcniH l'o..n.,i..H KivMuiinrilUtrly. Ao
I't to (ootijtl) c. Wl.s 'lON.
Tbn Itifi uuij oomwii.o i-timit o...
ntuttrd on J.ivlitli lietiti'i'ii U'tilmil mm Wn.sli
liirtin (oppo ttho I'roiit.ytriliiti Clmr l.) i lor
rmt. For tfrrn. etc., niiplv to
Tiiii.MAS. iii:ki:.v u aij)i:.v,
otSttf Ohio l.t-ru, U.iiro. III".
Ameetlrf'ortlie ucklio.Ifr of llm Cairo nml
VlncenriM Milroit coinpniy H IipM . t in(.
oBce of the company in Cairo, lliimi, n Stt
urdr. Uml.fr 9. leTl, nt 10 o'clock, .in., for
the purpoteol rotifying the nctlon of the Inj.irJ
of airmtori. I). 11. MUNICH,
Rwrnnry Hmt Tn-aurir
Clro, hotmlrS, 11.TI.
Aadi.fror.l,L','.-,''n01ii,1'1('''-r',,J'1 ' I' "
Addition to thf t.iy of luiro, viz :
Lt 27 bly.t ao. .ot ,,,0,.u kJ
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Mtt1"'"1''' p,,1 ' JA'r- JOHN ,
WILLIAM II. S3HTII, ".ifl) "
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RSi'DESCE-1!ornrXinili u-,n, .,
COUNSEI.u?i! A-rt. ...
John ll.ilulkcy I
GREEN & (JILREHT,
w,ii.COySSELO"S" AT LAW-
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WeMVl'M d ' vVl,lM"l'.iMi,rTiii: IJil.l.rnv olilte it
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Imnroroiiifni.. f"i jiilk. ?'?, ''on.UM
Jf A.01 Dei.HMi.ientJ', on" .' JPH. Han.l.y
pr , only tt.50 ',r l .1 "' I O.V
lllrl fh eoiiirnlMioiuB uA'I?"'1' "r
nV?..i u''J"1.'" (r" 10 " will"1,' IL' V
V(riiiirs,li.i 1 owning Dec. Till nt oikI.i
i'.ii:h , 11. 111. ti.nK m .lie I. A. lira CP,
J. II. SHIXDUNficTHary, P. T
TIll'OH llorffS. Vulued nt SS.fiflO iinvo.il
tlinmi'li this city fii route for Now Orlwitis
vi-itcrday. 1 lioy wore lino stock.
Wo lieiir ninny coinplnlnts of the difll
fiilty L'.vnorioiico 1 in procuring lira
woo J. Our wood dealers nro out nnd arc
iitnililu to nipji'y tlioir rustotners.
Thurc wc.-c 1 wo runnwnvfl on Com-
nurclul iivcniio mi Tuesday iifternoon
Oiw whj-hii n a- eonsideniliiy dumnged,
while tin- oiIht .!M-apid without injury.
Lnt w.'ck .lohn 'Harrison, n Cairo
f)liorii)ini uiuiulii llvo ilhu?. veIihinL' in
Ihe iiL'tO'iiln Tii'J tionnds. Tliu larL'oU
onu weighed HVl iiud tho unalli'A 1M
A light oeoiued among a lot of negroes
III .1 l iiiiimerelnl avi'liuo tnlnnn vmlnr.
day nt'ieriioon. ICxeontlllL' a hlond
ii'id 11 fi-w Imii'.'.. I up uyes, no dauiago
-Fi wl. Tlicohold's iiLv rtldonce. cor
ner Si.Uh and Walnut trcoU U ranidlv
npproiieJiing eomplfltion. AVhen llnUhed
11 Mm iieoiiuot 1 he handsomest dwellings
in the fit v.
Tl.o uteaineni Dexter. Colorado mid
sovurnl tit'ium tiro now aground at and
near uogtooti, bend, wheo it U possihle
thi-y will temain untiUlioro is 11 rise in tho
ver. An ejipreM lino tmi heen etuh.
li'hcd between Ui'h point nnd tho boal.
The Udil-PVlluwi of Aloxandor IjodL'e
N. 2-JI, oJ Ihi oily, liavo rect-lvoa the
new regalia, teeenily onlercd for the olll
"n of Unit lodgo. Thoy aro very hand
tome and will add much to the appearance
of the order when Ii U necessary for them
to appear in puMlo.
Tlie HiiL'crb-i.iriU liiiolv ...... 1 ..,ni.i r...
, ......... vv......,. u UI
oy tho cotitity eonrt to he put up at the
various erw. rondi in tho county, nre now
ready for delivery to Um road nujiervisors
ot the didorciit sections of tho county.
",B "e,ll'y gottoii-iip and will ho of
great henotit to travelers.
-That "Flying Dutchman" is having
tiuiu ui h, V lf-11 tfiL-nii l.t.i..,
Tevent '01,','1 -venue near
has U-m, . ' -NW Ul" L'lirPntcr hhop
A corrcenoridem ..f .1 .
writing from t 0 Z Tr
no nil. t south PM.,y; ! 1 r "no f
" Looking toward tho houth w .,,
People of Cairo walking nhout nnd f
c(i other whether they'd take
.. Putting my r,ir to (bo gla." J
hu.rd U.om nbn?" JlupfWo. 1'uttlrg
i.iy r.ro to tho g as?, J molt tho qtiul.s
C'ioI.hij; in t()tii!i Herberts rtstnurant."
Put Kcliey, llm groil l.-.tnler, bin had
hU picture tnkcn in hunter's dre. It
reminds one of the picture" of oUl-tlir,o
liUNtem. Pt is kr.ooling, holding h gnu
In n ponltiot. to lire ; by hit fide is his faith
ful dog, over bis shoulder n string of ducks,
nnd In front of him n number of lurkeyf.
Wo do no', wUli to robofilcer ltobertsoti o(
liis reputation of being tbd clumpiou
shootist in " tbcfo part," but It Is mid that
Kellcy killo 1 (iccnly-four tlucks nt one shot
a duv or two sinco
The day of presonl-lvlng will soon
ciime. when wife, children and friends
wl'l bo nude happy by tho kind remem-
hranei' of. nusband, father nnd friend.
The cu!om of giving and taking prese.its
on Christm ts and during tin holidays is r
time-honored one, nnd.is kept up now
ns of obi. TIitho roiders of Tin: Hul-
l.ntl.v wlio eotitemplate making presents
will do well to consult tho notices nnd
ndvcrtisunients now in It, and which will
appear in It from this time until tho first
of tho year, limbics? men who linvo In
vested largely in holiday goods will an
nounce tho samo in (ho newspaper;, and
peoplo who patronizo merchants who are
up to tho time in this respect will bo sure
to obtain what thev wih nt satisfactory
Associut) Justices Mnruhildon nnd
McCrlto aro In the city l'i attendance un
the County Court.
Our friend, .1. W.Stowart, of the city
National bank, has gone north to spend a
few weeks with his friends in that section.
Miss Fanny Earl, who has been ab
sent for several weeks, visiting her re
latives in Xow Orleans, returned to the
city yoitordny morning.
.Mr. AVIllhiin Cnrleton, the IrLh
comedian, lellyesterday afternoon for St.
Louis, where it is his intention to pur
chase nn entire new wardrobe, music, etc.
and to add to the numerical strength of
his company for a future campaign. Mr.
Carlotnn is a flrst-clnts comedian, nnd
with moro nnd good help will not fall to
make his entertainment' successful in ev
-Mr. Wm. Hughes, of Pulaski county,
o.imcnenr meeting with a serious acci
dent in this city on Tuesday last. "Wliilo
driving down Eighth street, by sonic mean
unaccountable, both Mr. Hughes nnd the
scat of his wagon were thrown violently to
tho ground. For a lime it was thought
Mr. II. had sustained serious injuries. Ho
was, however, but slightly injured, and
drove on content to escape as well as ho
The guests nt tho St. Charles yester
day were as follows: Jack Auchel, scw
Madrid ; A. lllnm, Cantr.ilia ; (5. H. Housf,
Utica, X. Y.; M. II. 'William', Alex Gard
ner, Chicago j 0. A. Heck, Ccnlrnlia; J,
X. Thompson, AY. H. Darby, steamer
Julia; II. J. Ilutler, Vicksburg; Thomas
S. Ellison, Chicago; 1). L. St. John, Now
Orleans , AVnltcr M. Phillip?, X. Y.j Joi.
Millie, F. lifMiiere, St. Louis ; U.S.AVidcn,
C.po (lirardeau ; II. J. AYarron, J. (i
DneWiuin, F. 11. LuJlngton, I). II. Kirl.
St. L'iui'1; (.. Caldwell, Grigg'villo; AVm.
lllake, Freeport j J. Thompson and family
Tho following wcro tho nrrivals nt tho
Dolinonico hotel, Wm.AYinter, proprietor,
for tho twenty four Iniiirj ending at 9 o'
clock p.m., Dec. Oth, 1S7I : AVilliain Me
Crndy, Madison, Ind.; William Coldy,
Kutherford, Tenn.; Uenj. A. Fni7.ior,
Covington, Ky.; Samuel AYilliamsoii,
Newport, Ky.; II. C. Porter, Ui,-or ; Goo.
.McHride, LouHvillo; A. F. Hallerbertr
Mound City, III; AVillliim A. Hugboj,
Caledonia ill ; .lames Clark, Ciinmpuicn
in; J-.twrd A. Holmes, Xow York; S. L
JJnrrott, Ohio; Geo. L. Damn, Evansville
inuj i, p. Jiouton, Jonosboro, 111 ; A. F,
Grigby, Charleston, Mo ; E. A. Forrell
lllnndvillo, Ky.; John Hodges, Goose
Island, III; Goo. Tlpjier, ntemnor Citv
Yicksbur' ; K. AY. Frtizior, St. Louis, Mo.:
AY m. M. Collej, IJlandville. Kv.i
Itob't. Cofl'ee, lllandvillo, Kv; Joel Cook,
Xew Madrid, .Mo. ; Joseph Cook, St.
Louli, Mo.; G. A. D'ltaun, UIHn, 111.;
Ham. Ilnmlin, Hivur ; Capt. Gaul, St
Louis, Mo. : Thom is Carroll. Str. I)..tr.r
With Pollster, Mount Yornou, Ind. ; J
II. Lillard, Cloverport, Ky. ; John Gregg,
loxns; Mrs. Gilmer, Xow Orle.mn, La.;
loo. llayloy, .Mrs. llayley, La Clair, i.iwa.
Itlehard Hiiiian, Xiuhville, Tenn.; J. W.
J.obfpoich, Padticah, Kv.; C. II Havs,
Uinciuuall, (;.; A. llobet, Xew Orleans.
La.; .1. .M. Appley, Now Orkans, La.;
Thos. iluriis, Ark.; A. S. Fayon, St. Louis,
Mo.; M. A. Germain. Caluinel, Mich.:
Jolin O'Neal, St. Louis, Mo.; L. Kim
ball and llrother, Xow York; Geo. Clark,
steamer Eckort; Geo. A. Jlabbltt, Chicago;
S. M. Gouldlng and wife, St. Louis, .Mo.;
Joseph Wilson, Jlallurd Co,. Ky.; Frank
Cu,s and family, Xow Orleans ;" Malcolm
A'. Colder, Charleston, Mo.j A. It. Phil
!ip, Xew .Madrid, Jlo.j P. H. Ilncon, St.
Louis; Lewi Goro, Caledonia, III.; John
H. Mulkey, City ; T. F. German, St. Louis,
Mo., Jlenton Stine, Abion, S. C; Hugh
Andrert'6, Jonekboro, Ills.
I Prom tho Cairo Kvcutng Bun.
Dh. J. AViiitk. AVo are glad to learn
that Dr. J. AVhlto is receiving culls for his
advico nnd remedies which bid fair to re
tain him in Cairo nil wiutor. Dr. White's
ekill In so promptly detecting, as bo doe..,
every nllmont mm tho truo condition of
tho ontlro body of tho tullerer is often tho
wonder of tho sufferer himself, nnd every
one who witnnsscs tho cures.
Pursuits careless or imlitforunt to this
opportunity for restoration to health may,
regret thulr noglect lor tho balanco of
thoir Uveal Wo advlso tho early call of
disenscd on Dr. White, with cunlldent ex
pceutlon of pennaiiunt mlkf
HIh rooms moat the Southern hotul,
Ohh. lovee. iv.v7.lni
Fou new citron, orango and lemon
pool, o to .lorgonsdn's corner of Twen
tieth Mreot nnd AYnshlngton nveniic. tf
Tho Gilbert dramatic troupe, tho grcnt
foduroof which is tho'rcnnwned Gilbert
.Siter, tho must faclnatlng netrcssos on
the boards, will opon for n short dramatic
c.ion at tho Athenoum, on to-morrow
i Frbhiy) night, with tho nllraetivo play
LKCTUUES-TO THE PUBLIC
HOX. 11. F. TAYLOH
AVill deliver n lecture nt tho Athenoum
Thursday evening, December 7. Subject:
TIIOl'OltT ASI ITS CHA1U0TS.
All who beard him last winter upon
tho subject "English words, their use,
abuse and beauty," certainly will wish to
listen to Ids beautiful language again.
His testimonials stand out in bold relief
among thoic recorded of the best lectur
ers In the llold. Head tho following from
tho Hutralo N. Y. Krprenu
"It tlowed right on llkoncryital stream,
flashing a casendu of dnlicnto fancies,
dimpling with eddies of quaint and gonial
humor, or moving in a deep nnd quiet
ciiannel of true and monly thought ; but
ever clear, nnd bright and musical."
Other lectures will follow this one, each
of which will bo duly nnnounccd, and It
is hopod that a liberal pntronngo will bo
extended to these intellectual feasts. Tho
committer is endeavoring to furnish such
lectures ns tho public, upon attendance,
shall find cntortaining, instructing, ele
vating, and nltogethor ft pleasant and
profltabU way to spend tho evening. Tho
houso shall bo made comfortable.
Tlio noxt lucturer Ii to he Jtcv. J. C.
Stoughlon, Dec. 28th.
Tickots for 3Ir. Taylor's lecture, fifty
cents ; reserved stats, sovontv-llvo cents.
Lkcturk Cou Y. M. C. A.
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALL-
Tilt twe.vtt-sixtii or nrxF.MiiF.rt fixed
AS TIIK DAT O.V WHICH TIIK MIAWINQ
WILL COJIK OFF.
Determined to dispose of nil tho tickets
In his lottery sole.Mr. F. A'incent has con
cluded to postpono the drawing until the
zotii ot December. Ho Is now giving tho
matter his devoted nttention, nnd is meet
ing with tho most gratifying success on
Thoro nr six prizes, the principal
prize, as is well-known, being a splendid
residence, that was erected nt a cost of $10,
000. The remaining five prizes nro
Lot 31, block 1. 3d addition to llm Mir
of Cairo, valued nt $000.
Lot i'i, block I. 3d add tion to tho citv
of Cairo, valued nt f 300.
Lot 30, block 4. 3d addition tho cltr ol
Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 83, block -1,3d nddition to the city of
Cniro, vulued at $300.
Lot 17, block 4o. in tho c iv of Cairo
Illinois, vnluod nt $300. " octCdtf
Go nnd sco M. Jordnn, tho people's
favorite, nt Scott's hall, to-night. 2t
If you wish t nsccrtnin bow enter
prising what driving, rushing, energetic
busincjs men tho Tuber Ilrothcrs nro cast
your eager eye over our first pago.
Jorgenscn, nttho comerof Twentieth
street nnd AYnshlngton avenue, has ns fine
.. . . . ..i. . .
u ui groceries, etc., as were over
brought to Cairo, end bis prices aro ns low
as the lowest.
r.mcr iroUiers nro prcnarod to man
ufacturo nny pattern of jewelry to order
to suit tho parties nnd tho purse. All
kinds of rings, seal, chased and plain, to
tit the linger nnd the purse. tf.
Mr. P. G. Schub advertises as fino an
assortment of drugs, inodlcines, toilet sets
soap, brushes, oils, nnd a general assort
ment of holiday goods ns was ovor offertd
for sale in Cairo. See advertisement
iho Mamplu Kootns of Alderman
Fitzgerald aro a placo of popular resort.
Ho dispenses from hisbar only tho choic
est of liquors. Drop in, as you pass tho
corner of Commercial nvenun and
Aldcrmnn Fitzgerald fun just recoived
irom Ireland, n lot of tho finest Irish
whisky. Tho sample rooms nro becoming
quite a popular place of resort, nnd it is it
fact well known that at no other placo in
the city is thoro to bo found hotter whis
tle, wines and cigars,
AVhcre aro you going? To tho phico
number 03, Ohio lovco. where thev ke..n
tho host fresh oysters, fish nnd game, nnJ
the finest wines, liquors nnd cignrs to bt
found in tho city. Open at nil' hours, dr.-.-
or nlSt- J. E. Pauks
Holiday goods for tho million. Tho
best asjorlment of Fancy Goods, Toys and
Notions in tho city can bo found nt tho
AViieclor nnd AVilson nnd Pinm. Agency
or C. C. Carson, Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth nnd Tenth streets, Cairo. III.
C. C. Carson,
Has n Fino Stock of Holiday Goods,
Hetween Ninth nnd Tenth strcctH.
Tub Ilui.LETI.V Job oflico is sunpl ied
with all tho latest styles of now typo of
every cimractor, and having u full f orco
of first-class printers, wo nre proparr d to
turn out work of every description ol i tho
nortcst notice. Send in your c rdorr.
Chicago, St. Louis and Cincinnati nrier
Great Inducomonts to nny on o wish.
ing to buy u first-class piano u onrnn
E. & AY. lludor olloi their entire stock in
thn piano and organ lino nt tho uctunl
cost of tho insiriimonts. Thoy nro desir
ous of closing out tho stock so that they
may uso tho room for jowclry manufactur
Tuhor llrothorrt aro conhtantlv re.
oivlng now goods not in tho lino of their
own manufacture, such ns optical goods of
all kinds, fino gold nnd silver headed
canes, music boxes or nil kinds, toy music
boxes for children, somothltig now nnd
very uttraetivc. Silver plato clmaner than
evor, &c, iVc. .f
The, lludor .llrntbers, corrtflr Eighth J
AY. nprrrcurrcriTj o-.
J iijjja.v if JLO X,
slrcel and AYnshtnglon nvonuo, lmvo re
ceived n brnn-now lot of Iho Intcsl-stylcd
brcnst-plns, ear-rings, fingflr rings, brae
lets, watches, clocks, etc., mid lnile tho
public to cnll nnd inspect tho stock. They
nro also ngonts for tho Davis' sowing mn
chlne, IJurdeltorgMsiind St. i.ou!s pianos,
nnd oflcr to tho public tho best bargains to
be obtained nt nny placo In Southern III
inols. Hoi for Dally I
NewStorol Now Goods I
Host nssortmcnt of
Cooking nnd Heating Stoves
ever brought to Cairo,
on Washington avenue, three doors nbovo
George, the fourth wnrd barber, is
succeeding beyond expectation. His busi
ness has Increased so rnpldly that ho has
been compelled to employ nn nsilstnnt,
which ho has round in one of the most
skilful barbers In Cairo. Everybody,
therefore, can now patrnnlzo Georgo's
shop, nssured that they will bo served
promptly, politely, nnd in the highest style
of tho lonsorlal art. Shop, comer of com-
morclal nvonuo and seventeenth street.
the Under Hrolbcrs.
Tho manufacture of
Hair Jewelry for Holiday Gifts
mado n specialty.
AYo havo no hesitation In recommend
ing AYilliam Ehlcrs, boot and shoo maker,
as worthy of most liberal patronage. AYo
know whereof wo speak when we say his
work Is done in n masterly manner at tho
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of stock, and ho cannot bo excelled in
tho dcllcato task of making nn oxaol C.
Glvo him n call nt his shop on Twentieth
6trcct, between AYnshlngton nvonuo nnd
Poplar street, nearly opposito tho court
house, nnd wo will guarantee satisfaction.
On Saturday, tho 30th day of Decem
ber, I will sell a. public auction tho fol
lowing property, left on my wharfboat
uncalled for :
3 boxes glass,
1 gas machine,'
1 box tinware,
0 boxes merchandise,-
1 box glassware,
7 bundles saddle-trees,
1 lot beer kegs,
1 lot felloes,
till. J. M. rmi.i.irs.
The merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Lehning & Kobler, on tho south siae of
Eighth street between AYashington and
Commercinl avenues, opposito Danny's
dry-goods store, has been open only n few
weeks nnd already these gentlcme nro ob
taining n fair sharo of tho patronage
of tho public. Thoy nro both practical
men first-class mechanics nnd nro will
ing to guarnntco satisfactory work. They
keep on baud nlwnys a full lino of pieco
goods, to which thoy direct Iho nttention
of nil who wish to havo made clothes
tbnt nro worth tho money paid for them
Cleaning and repairing done neatly
Il ! Irti Ihnl lllnnlio.iturg'4 KjlCCl
sior saloon is now one of tho institutions
of tho city. All drinkers who llko reallv
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
otc. go to tho Excelsior Mloon, which
fitted up in splendid style. Ulankcnburgi
who knows bow to keep a saloon, spreads
a line free lnnch every morning nnd ovo
ning, nnd, as ho forcibly expresses it
'Sweetens the lunch with music." Ho
has employed tho services of a flrst-rnto
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
lvnicu stanus in ono onu ot tho saloon
speak out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. Tho best order i.s maintained
and nil improper characters suppressed
with neatness, chonpness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that tho Excelsior saloon
is at tho corner of AYashington nvonuo nnd
Mhs 31. S wander, having sold her prop
erty, Informs tho ladies of this city that
;grcnt bargains in millinery nnd notions
tainy now bo found at her store. She
irecently laid in a stock of elegant goods
in all the Into styles, nnd wishing to dispose
of Iho wholu as quickly as possible, has
marked her prices down to cost, ond many
articles belnwcost. Everybody Is invited
to rail nnd examine pricos and goods ion.
as tho proprietress is determined to closo
out without deluv.
Xotice. 'Iho best cntertninmont in
tho city is at tho St. Nicholas hotol, saloon
nnd restaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin nnd pinno. Good lunch
every morning und night. All of tho
finest brands of cigars, and tho best St,
Louis lager beer, always fresh and nlco,
Give us n call.
HAitnv AYalkf.u, Proprietor.
ItUfsiAN sardcllcs nt Jorgcnson's ; try
UrtiCK StoF' Fon Kent. Tho brie
store, So. 7f )h!o Lovcc, now occupied
by F. M tookfleth, Esq., Is offered foi
rent, an ll bo vacant on tho 18th Inst
Apply to Jno. 1J. PniLLifl.
The best French unchovics in tho city
nt Jorgonson's. tf
lilAimiAOK Guide. Interesting work,
nuiinorous engravings, Vii pages. Price
00 cents. Address Dr. llutts' Disnonaarv
No. la North Eighth Strcot, St.
Mo. heo Advertisement.
Fon good photographs, porcelain plo
lures, or old picluros to bo copied, call or
Thomas, No. llit Commercial nvonuo. Hr
s a good workman. Glvo him n trial.
Sl.F.EPI.VO IIOO.MH FOlt ItK.NT. Ton
well ventilated slooping rooms in City Na
tional Jlnnk building. Apply to
At City National Hank.
JOUtlE.VKOV tino thn
prr - nrvos for mlo cheap,
y A thief enlort'd Um rcsldcnco of Mr.
AVin. Piteiior on AVcdnesdnv. imtcs verT
drnvfer nnd trunk about tho limi.o n
locked, fulled to iccuro $ny booty.. ,
James Dully throw himself
outside of consldtrnblo moro bad whlsk'v
than ho was nolo to navigate with, nnd
was nrrested. Uross fined him two dull.
and costs, nnd gavo him six dAy tq get
sober In. ' i
On Tuesday oyening, ofllcor Sheoban
arrested John Singleton, n deserter of com
pany D, Fourth United States Infantry.
Singleton's company is stationed at Pa
dticah, Captain Kczha. commnndlnc at
that station. Singleton was lodgod in jail
to await ordors from Pnducah.
Pat McMnhnn and Dick Hamilton, a
couplo of "gny boys" itnrtod out on a
tear on Tusduy night. They got exceed
ingly full, and at n htlfl hour in tho night
wcro taken in charge by tho police nnd
lodged In tho calaboose. Thoy wore takon
before his honor, 'Squiro Sliunnejsy yes
terday, and, as usunl tho "old coon11 sized
their piles. One dollar nnd tho "usual,
fair" was assessed ngainst oach of them,
which thoy paid.
On Tuesday Inst, whilo Mayor Lnns
den was engaged at writing in his office,
ho heard n noise nt tho door ns if tomo
ono wns trying to rcmovo the key, but
paid little Attention to it, and continued to
write. Presentlyjallor Mclinle entered
tho office, anil tho mnyor requested him to
remain thoro whllo he went down street.
Going to tho door it was nscortulncd that
tho key was gono nnd it could not bo
found. Ha went on his errand, nnd had
not been out of tho building but a fow
minutis, when Mclinle, who remained In
tho office, heard some one trying a key
in tho lock. Approaching tho door
qulctlv, he took hold of the knob and
opened It quickly, catching llm vllllan in
the act of trying to unlock it. He was
takoti into the office und stated that
ho bad found tho key and wns In search of
an owner for it. However, tho key ho
had been trying in thu door did not fit
tho lock. Tim ono that did fit
it was Tound in his pocket. Marshal
Cain was sent for and look his would-Lo
thief.hip in custody. He is now pining
In the county "sweat box," awaiting tho
coming of tho nxt term of tho circuit
BOA RI) OF ALDERMEN.
KtRtthr Meeting or the lloinl of AlJtnnrn
Con ci L Ciiimia, )
t'klro, 111., Dec. 4, 1.71.
Present Aldermen Fitzgerald, Hear
den, Soase, Stratton .and AYInter 5.
A quorum not being present, on mo
tion of Alderman Stratton, the Inmrd ad
journed to meet to-mcrrow evening at
M. J. HowLEV,Cily Clerk.
(Adjourned Meet n; of the Hoard uf AMeirnen.)
C'nvjcir. Cm mm, 1
Csiro, III., IHc 6, s;i,
Alderman llcirdnn in tho chair .
Present Aldermen Cunningham, Pilz
gorald, Uvardon, Schsc, Stratton, AYaldcr
nnd AYintcr 7.
On motion of Alderman Wnldcr tho
reading of thy journal was dispensed
Alderman Under appeared in liii
mi t i .i
jiio crtk prescnteu an ordinanco on-
titted "an ordinance to provide forcittorns
and wells in certain localities," which
was referred 'back by tho select
Aid . AV inter moved to reconsider tho
vote of this Doaid on the 7th ult. adopt
ing said ordinance ns amended. Carried
Said ordinance as amended was read at
length and on motion or Aid. Fitzgerald
adopted, tho vote thorcon being as fo)
lows : Ayes lludor, Cunningham, Fitz
gerald, Hearden, Scaso, AYaldcr and AYin-
ter 7. Nay O.
The Printing Committee to whom was
referred tho bill of Jno. H. Oborly & Co
for 500 for publishing council proceedings
for Novombor, as per contract, reported'
the samo back rocommcndlng payment
tlieroof. 0" motion of Aid. AYintcr said
bill wus allowed as follow : Ayes Hud-
cr, Cunningham, Fitzgerald, Kcanltu,
Soase, AYaldcr and AVintcr 7. Xav 7.
Tho following bills which wcro referred
to tin Com niltteo on Claims reported tho
samo back rccommoudiug payment':
dim. Peters, repairing juil '$ 5 00
Beorwart, Orth & Co., stovo for
clerk's otllco and elbows, pipe,
etc., lor council chamber, clerk s
offico und police headquarters... 3'J 30
Thos. Median, haulii.g lumber... 31 00
C. It. AYoodward, nails undither
hardware .- 70 76
T. J. Ent, lumber... , 218 60
H. II. Cunningham, rent. of coun
cil ohambor for November -10 00
Stratton & Ulrd, 1 kcirnails & 00
ll.il. Williams, lumber ll'J 70
F. 31. AYiml, 2 tons Pittsburg coal.. 12 00
N. A. Dovorc, 4 days' labor on
sidewalks in Nov., ns foreman.. 12 00
Frank llomis, 4 dnys' labor on
sidewalks in November 8 00
AY. Minard, 4 days' labor on side- 8 00
walks in Novembor 8 00
Jno. lloche, 4 days' labor on side-
wr.Us in .November uo
AV. Qulnn, 4 days' labor on side
walks in rsevemDer B U0
31. 3Uhoney, 0 days' labor on
sidewalks in .November 10 00
Thos. Nnughton, 0 days' labor on
sidewalks in Novembor 10 00
Thos. Fitzgerald, 25 days' labor
on sidewalks in Novombor 00 00
Petor Conlnn, 20 days' labor on
siuowaiKs in November OU CO
AVm. 3IcIIh1o, 18 day' labor on
sidowalks in Nercmbor 30 00
31. Jen kins, 0 days' labor on side
walks In Nov, as foreman 15 00
Henry Ilryant, 5 days' labor on
sidowalks in November i. 10 00
A. King, 5 days' labor on side
walks in Novombor , 10 00
Geo. Ellis, 0 days' labor on sido
walks in November i 10 00
Geo. Ilrltton, 0 days' labor on sido
walks in in ovum nor iu uu
Closo & Vincent, 2 bbls. lhno at
$1.00andbalunco duo on 0 bbls.
deducted from previous bills.... 4 20
AVm. Mcllnlo, dieting prisoners
uuring November zoo w
port 20 70
p;. a. iiurnott, .November salary
as comptroller 75 00
A. Cain, November salary as
marshal , CO 00
U, Taylor, NoYmber ilry a
ireniiireT h iii
31. J, Howloy, November salary
Jno. M. Lnnsdcn. calury as mayor
for quarter ending Dec.D. 1871..
L. 11. .Myers, Xovcinbcr salary hs
chief of poller
John D. Holmes, Xovcinbor sal
ary as police constahlo.
C. Mclmer, Xovcrhber salary ns
It. F. Ullllngsly, November salary
as police constable
AY. II. ltobertson, November sal-
'nry as police constable
nenrv T. Mnrlin. November sal
ary as nolico constable. 27 days, 07 0(
II. Shanncssv. P. M.. salary fur 2
L. lUMycrs, chief of police, ami.
I'riu i. i.ouls police cotiron
tion to defray printing ex
Denim ' in IK
On motion of Aid. Fitzgerald, tho re
commendation of said commltlco was con-
-ltfj III n M f.iltA A ft.. 1- M.IM
- - - - - - ww(i 4 x yen " uuui
nlngham, Fitzgerald, Hearden. Scase
AValdeund AYInter 7. Xays 0,
m i... .
rcicrrcu mo uni 01 it. ll. .uvcrs lor SiZ.i
for impounding and providing sustcnutin
iur noes uurint; November, rcnoried mc
r . . ,
snid mil recommending tho rejection ot
it.o ...... a li .t.i . i ..
tee. Carried by tYio following vote: Avcs
... ...v , wMM,.,,vi.univ. vi ...u Willi, 11
Under, Cunningham, Fitzgerald, l'carden
. r. V-... -it-. i.i .i i.
The same commltlea to whom also was
e l.i.in ii. c.i , .-ii
constable, reported tho same back rcrom-
"""""'(j j,nj iiiciiv i ;ji,uu III illll tuey
rcKjrllng faid officer to have been on du
...... 1 1 ... . . , . ... t r , I
ty but half tho month of November. On
motion of Aldorman Fitzgc'rald the bill
was allowed as recommended, the Ayes
being Huder, Cunningham, Fitzgerald,
Harden, Seaso and AYnlder C. Nnj
On motion of Alderman lludor tho
beard then adjourned.
M. J. Howlet, City Clerk.
, AKRITED AND DEPARTED,
tjtetmer. Whero from. Where lo
Quckstep Evansvillo Evnnsvillo
Louisville N. Orleans Shaw'town
llurksvillo Nashville Xnshvillo
P. Carroll Xow Orleans
Cincinnati. Jns. Fiilc Jr...
Sain. J. Hale...
P. AY. Stradcr
CONDITION OF THE niVEU.
The river has fallen seven inches during
the past 21 hours.
Tho .Mississippi ii stilt falling below St.
Louis but at that placo it is rising a little,
which rise is caused by tho ico gorge said
to bo at A'Onice. The ico is still coming
out freely. ,
Thero is now only about thros feet
water at liogtooth nnd Powers' Island.
At 2ulncy tho Ico has gorged and tho
river there has risen ten inches, cati'ed by
Tho river continues to rail at Pittsburg,
nnd is no down to three feet and a hair.
At CinwnnHti the river is 0 feet f inch,
cs and falling slowly.
iickinksh and weather.
Tho lauding presented nn active ap
pearance oil dny ye'tcrday nnd business
wai very good. f
There is n largo amount of poultry be
ing shipped from here to New Orleans for
tho holidays, and early in tho morning
the noiso mado by them reminds ono of a
Thejo has not been one arrival from
the 3Ilisisslppl sinco tho Stradcr came in
nnd that was .Monday evening.
Tho weather yesterday moderated con
siderable. During tho day a light b rcczo
came from fhe south-cast.
Tho towbont AVm. H. Urown with sove
ral barges of salt in tow ran upon Paeon
rock Tuesday night nnd broko nbout 40
hull timber. Her tow broko loose and
'went down tho river. She uave tho sic-
nal of distress and the 3Iontauk and Eck
erl hastened to her assistance ; they caught
tho barges nnd thon pulled her off. Sho
was so hard on tho rock that it took tho
united efforts of them to pull her off. Her
cavils and bits wcro pullod up and sovoral
lsrgo lines woro parted before sho wonld
comr. After an examination it was found
that sin had not been Ecriously injured so
sho mado up her tow and proceeded to
Columbus. Sho will roturn to this port
when she will bo repaired.
Tho John Lumsden is helping the Ar-
gosa get hor bargo of hayoll'Cacho Is
land. The Lookout got her tow otf tho Chain
with the help of tho Eckort, and Is now
Thoro is about ono dozen flatboais
aground on the Chain.
A largo barge loaded with lumber ran
aground on Jackson rock nnd sunk.
Tho steamer Illinois, bound from St.
Louis to Ouachita rivor, is high nnd dry
on Platin rock nbout thirty miles below
St. Louis, and reports say that sho is in
danger of going to-plocee. Her cargo
was takon off by tho City of Pokin, but
tho river fell so fast that she could not get
off tho rock. Sho is owned by tlw St.
Louis nnd Pooria Packet Company nnd U
valued at $12,000.
Captain Sam Humbleton, n brothor of
AV. J. Humbleton of 3Iound Citv. "and a
great deal bettor looking," is in command
oi the ftam j. iiaio.
AVo woro a Ilttlo promaturo about tho
St. Josoph lying up. She loaded yester
day nnd cloarod for Momphls with a good
cargo and passenger list. !'
No news has readied us from tho boats
aground in tho Mississippi.
Tho Henry Ames has had to go into
winter quartos at Foster's. She has paid
hor crow off. Sho was tho last boat to
lenvo St. Louis,
Tho furry boats at St. Louis mako their
trips with great difficulty nnd passongcrs
aro kept waiting several hours on either
sido boforo thoy can got over.
City National Baak BntUiug,
a9pec4al attention paid to orders Irera mm
boat night or lar,"t