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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SA SUARYG, 1872,
TRAVELER'S (Mi IDE.
TIME TA11LE OF TltK ILLINOIS CESTIUL IU R.
on ud nnr nundsy, m? nth, mi, iho roiio-
o time-table will got ern the ntrltsl nml ilej"'
ure of rssiioger train At Ciiro i
Dfnart-Mnil lrln,l ly - J
KxprtM, dsily .
K press, .lally, ccr' "in'y s.ip.m.
Not.l.Il)-ferfrttliP"0,0 m- ,'01'.1,"' .?
Mv'r.g Room pinK csrs on night ""
a -see enrolled l H Important t'lnf.
CAIRO AND MOU OITY
Will msko tlirro trip dally.
I, ti ... ,f....m. I At lisu pm.
At 4i I'.tn.l Al 0 p.m.
F.w;hy. : cents i lo tlckptu for U W.
U'H' m , when hailed, a.tnnrKol Intermediate
i. I r,?i or passengers or fmigiit. nnrJltf.
EVANSV1LLE AND OAIHO,
The fine stenmer
Will lente Cairo for KvanSTllle eserv Hun Jay and
Thurstlnr evenlnrjs. at . o'cloct, p.m. For
frelcnt or pissnee, apply oa liosrd or to
JaViSIf ' JA. 111003, Agt
OAIHO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Joe I'onlcr, Muster.
aes Talro DULY, lmlsys excepted) at!
rn. For Ireljhtor iinswe appli on Imnrilor
.I.VH, liIUflK, AK'I.
Cmnbprlntitl KUcr Packet
NASHVILLE, CLAKKSVILLE AND
Tho splendid ete.iiner
TOM HAKMAN...Mailer 1 Al.KX. IIAllI).,. ..Clerk
Will leave Cairo ererv Thursday al S o'clock p.m.
forClsiktvUle, and Nashville. For freight or
rassaee, apply on Doartl or to
JanStf JA3 BIOQS, Ag't.
NABUV1LLE, GLAKKSVILLK AND
The gallant steamer
OWEN DAVIS ...Matter Clerk
Will leave Cairo every Saturday at 6 o'clock p.m.
for Nashville, Clarksville and nil way points. For
freight or passage spplv on Imanl or 10
Jan31f. JAS. HKiGS, Ag't.
The good steamer
WII.F.Y SIHM3...Master I
Will lcavo Cslro owty Monday nt ft o'clock, p.m.
for Nashville, and all way o?ts For freight or
passage, applr on board er to
jau a tf JAS. IlKiO.S, Agt.
) ForSalof I'OH SALE,
' I Fer Sale J '
B. J fSriw! I FOK SALE.
Fnro from Livkupool,
Faro from Londcndkuuv
Furo from Glasgow,
JFuro from (iUKKNhTow.s
TO OAIHO, :::::::: $1 8-2 0
Sailor J, Morris A Ca , geuls.
Liverpool Neicrork nhd I'hiladrlphia
nia comxict witu vmth siATtsrsu miiisii
For Carrying ,tho Malls.
l-Oll PASSAGE TICKETS
on imTiiin isroriutTiON;
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Agt.,
15 Ilroadway, New-Voik, or to
II. II on lt,
Washington Avenue, Cairo. nois, 51
The Illinois Central Itiil Itoad Compiny now
oflerfor sale the following described lols lu Firs
Addition to the Cily of Cairo, vis:
Lot 27 block a. Lot SI block W,
" U " :o, sn s
" S ' fl,' 31
.1 P. II L .1 ..
3 " I-.' ' 31
For terms.ele. apply lo JAMES JOIINsOV,
8,1 " Agsn'
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M, 1).
uih i f," V"1"11!!'0'' en.ieanJ Walnut siren.
um. e-1.1 commercial aenne. up nairs.
C W. DUNNING.XlI
TljilHPn:,rN'inih 1,1111 w'n"1 .
EIOMEO-PAT X-x s r-j-
(ireiev. mr. r1,,. " '
130 Com uki. ...... '
lenee No. U Ninth street, Cairo ill 7' detiif.
nit o 10 iu a.m. ana I to 3 urn.
ALLEN, MULKEY & WIIKELEIt
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, )
aty'KeJsr"1'11110" ''a'J 10 fl"r 4n'U'1'
OfTlCE-Over First National llank, Ohio I.evce,
UHEEN & GILUEHT
William II. een.
M.vipvailalr,t, ; CA",0 auNoH'
OmcX OHIO LEVEE, ltOOMH 7 AND 6 OVEIt
CITY NATIONAL 11AN1C.
ST. OIlAltLKS HOTEL,
l V. REXFOHD Proprietor
COIS1B 01110 LCVCC lib HCOHIJ T.,
37ie Only Firtt-Cfou Jottic in the Ci'lu-
tBTKgo conreyed to
nd from the Depo
AGHNTS WANTED lfOK
J) ELD 10 X,
o-M-arn! white cj-ii1;
Ttrrlvo Years ntituiKr ''' V'"'1 "H1"1''
Thol.ift'ol (!eorn I. Balden, who Je'nrd the
lmli.i(i ''' ItfenimaceWliMted warr .or, abounds
tii Hi: ill "tf a.luniuie nnil cu.'oti tntormstlcn,
amla H 'fu'ilv Illustrated w dli new nnd splr.
Ho I eniirin irusol nilsrntiires nnd tho manners
and eii"iii of the Indian.". The mo-t tiopul-r
II I vi. reeaflil biok ol tho jear. Sells at right.
One stf.tit Jitl rtporlK I'.'S profit III one week. A
Id pig.iMiuiitar. vtit'i pi'Citnrn pae". n lri?e
iniBiei .Hi .m i!liilla4lryiv, Vi 1 terms to agent;
sent'r.-, I.y I". A. HI' I'cVMiUON . CO.. ftU N
Six h slru-t, Si. Loins, Mo. Juntdswly
TheCopnlnerlilplieret(f ire existing between
Charles Schoenmet it A August llrilec-U. ha this
day lieen llsolvcJ b) mutual consent. Chntles
Shoenmeyer will collejt all outstanding bills and
accounts and al.o pay the Indrlileduess of said
Acatsr llBi rcn,
Cairo, III., Jan. 2, 1ST.'. J.inl3t
I)UNI5AH'S WONDKltrUL DIS
GOV Ml Y.
II 1: T 11 1: h n A
MINERAL SPRING WA
TER Ol Wnulieulm, Wlsronsln,
AeLnoul'ilceileure of Hrli!lit'a I)liee. Illnhcte
Dropsy, all allrt'tlons ol Kidney, llladdcr and
Ijiiinrv orxani. alo Llrer troubles. 8. t'. Chase.
Chief Jnt:ce of the United Slates, restored to
health br Its use, In six weeks.
J. W. Willis. Loncrat asent lor the State ol 1 1 1 1
nols. Wholesale nnd Kclall Supply Depot, 730,
waoasii Avenue, .nicaKO, Illinois, ah nriiern uy
mail promptly attended to. Send for circulars.
Tuesilny, VMlnMulny. Tlmrailuy nml
I'rlilny, Jan. 11, 10, lliiutll'J,
Illustratlnu tho scenery, music and antiquities ol
Ireland. A new dramatic eplsoda entitled
being a itory of love, life anil frolic in th Emer
ald Itde. nnd replete with songs and dances, will
be rendered by the llihcrnicon Comedy Com-
1.4.11- linn M..lll M..r. ..... ,n
pie Morris, Miss Kate Halpln, Mr. ban. Dough er-
Admission. CO cents,
Doors open nt 7; com-
inenee at 8 o'clock.
riln AWAKE AGENTS WANTED EV-
EUTWUERE.-Boys and Girls, Men nnd
Women. A Dollar Maganne nnd a splendid pre
mium Chromo to eery subscriber. All the mar
gin given to agents. .VI per ct. profit. Don't
Address V. G. KICK A CO., Portland, Me.
I'nlillslml every morning, Monday ex
Attend tho lecture to-night.
Tho Ohio rivor continues to riso.
Local Items wtro senrco yctenlny.
Uusiiicb on U10 luvco yeatcrdtty wua
Seo notice of Vincent's lottery in
Halls and parties nro ml tho go among
tho young colored people of the city just
For tho past week liiero has been lit
tle or nothing going on In polieo quarters.
Tho arrests nvcrago about ono per day.
A homo has boon procured for tho 11.
tlo girl, who, until ycktonlny, remained in
chnrgo of the lady mnnngorsof tlio orphan
l'rof. Denton will lecture nt the
Athcneum again to-night. His is ono of
Iho best lectures of tho age. Go and hear
Tho St. Louis Democrat sajs : " Mr.
-MaoEvoy, with his beautiful dloramlo
views of Ireland, nnd a small company of
comedians and vocalists, still entertains
goodly audiences nt tho Temple.
Thirty cents a week will scctiro n pol
ley for ono thousand dollars in tho Llfo
Association of America. A good invest,
meut fur a young mnn. For particular
apply to Carl L. Thomas, special agent .
Tho attendance nt tho sociable, nt tho
Presbyterian church last night, was largo
mid nil enjoyed themselves highly. Re
freshments wero served, and it is neodiei's
to say thoy wore heartily partaken of by
"Wherouro you going? Totho placo
nutnlicr O'J, Ohio luvee, whore thoy koup
the best fresh oysters, ihh nnd game, aji.l
the llncst wines, Honors and cJirnrs to It
found n iw n.w.n ... ..1, 1 . .1...
' T " """" '
A grand masquerndo ball is being
tKlktij 0f nmor)M. gomo of our Gorman
menus.. V. 1. nmnninil 1. ,,,,!.,. I. 1
plt occMV ofthuseascn, nnd if wo
know uuyrtH nhout tIl0 BOntieraon
who are taking uwlclldinth0 Mwnn
Jubtthomento ,uuV,K , mcw
re, near the corner cf T
nnd A usliington avenue, nnd tT tl
space of several minutes blows v
changed thick and fait. What they fought
u-jui. iiu onu Knew, xui arrests were
Rev. Dr. Collyor, of Chicago, will Ice
turo before tlio Young Men's Christian
association, In this city, on tho 17th or the
present mouth. This announcement will
bo hailed will) delight by thu citizens of
Cairo, as Dr. Collyor is ono of tlio most
prominent us well n eloquent lecturers of
tlio present day.
Wo have received a copy ofCommo
doro Rollingpin's River Almanac for 1872.
After careful examination of its pages
we wish to add our tribute tolls merits.
Apparently, it 1ms been compiled with nx.
trnordlnary care, mid nt consldorablo ox
penso. It is a work tint cannot fail to
meet with favor in liver circles. It Is
full of fun.
Mr. H. T. Gcrould lmi procurwl tho
1... fn. Iiell linnnor. who will n'tcnil
crvitva " 01 -
tonllf"1' for worlt'.in his lino with prompt
ness. Hell Imnglngi ropnirctl, rope ad
justed, etc., In Ural class order. Lcavo or
ders nt Mr. Gorould's office, "Winter'
block, corner Seventh street and Com
mercial tivcnue. dcc.-l-d-lf.
Great InducomciiH to any 0110 wish
ing to buy a llrst-class piano or organ.
E. & "N. liudor offet their cntiro stock in
thn piano and organ lino nt tho actual
cot of tho instruments. They nro ueslr
ous of closing out tho stock so that they
may tiso tho room for Jewelry manufactur
Prof. Denton lectures
Tho Young Men's Christian associa
tion of this cityyhftvo secured tho follow
ing gcntiomen to Iccturo in this city : Rov.
Hoht. CoUyer, January, 17; Dr. J. G.
Holland, (Timothy Titcomb), January
'11; Hon. H. F. Taylor, Fobruary 7; Hon.
Win. Parsons, Fobruary ; Dr. A. A.
Wlllcts, March 19. The list Is a good ono
nnd will bo suro to meet with tho mi
proval of tho public.
Tho busin ? man who makes rt busi
ness of borrowing his next door neighbor's
papor, is a fraud upon tho community In
which ho docs business. It not only
proves n lnck of cnlorprUo on the part of
tho business man who does It, nut It is a
swindle on tho publisher of tho paper,
- 1 . f. . . .nlxn-tltn ..Mil
Any man wno is ioowiuiu ouuai...uw .
pay for the papor ho reads, ought not
to borrowhis nog'ibgr's.
Hoi for Holly!
New Storol Now Goods!
Rest assortment of
Cooking nnd Heating Stoves
cvor brought to Cairo,
on "Washington nvenue, three doors nbovo
There will bo a meeting of tho city
council in Joint session to-night. "Wo un
derstand Hint nn effort will bo nindo to ap
point flro wardens, nnd to como to nn un
derstanding as to tho workings of tho flro
companies. This is n step in tho right di
rection. Tho sccno nt tho recent flro on
Eighth stroet was enough to convinco
ovcry ono that our flro department ns it
now stands, Is of littlo or no ervice, nnd
Tho Ruder Hrotlicrs, corner Eighth
street nnd "Washington nvenue, have re
ceived n bran-now lot of tho latest-styled
breast-pins, car-rings, finger rings, brae
lots, watches, clocks, etc., nd( invito tho
public to call nnd inspect tho stock. They
arc nlso ngents for tho Davis' sewing ma
chine, Rurdctt organs and St. Louis pianos,
and offer to the public tho best bargains to
bo obtained tit any plnco in Southern 111
Headers will recolk 't tho murder
porpotrated in Happy Hollow over a year
luce, when Jack Smith, u negro, killed
another negro named Robinson. It was a
most brutal and unprovoked murder. Tho
murderer ran nway and escaped arrest
until last Tuesday, when detective Arnold
of Cairo, nabbed him and brought him to
this city. Ho is now reposing in jail
awaiting h session of tlio circuit court.
Mound City Journal
From tho river column of tho Pndu
cab Keniuckian, wo learn that they have n
marine hospitnl nt that place, and tli..t dur
ing tlio month of December 1152 patient:
wero trcntcd. Dr. Thomas .1. Griffith
has chnrgo of tho hospitnl. Wo nro glad
there Is such nn institution so near us, nnd
yet so far from us. Paducah is a proper
placo for n pest house, nnd all cases o
small pox, itch, and tho hundred other
loathcsomo diseases peculiar lo river roust
nbouts should bo sent there.
Wo havo no hesitation in recommend
ing "William Ehlcrs, boot and shoo maker,
as worthy of most liberal patronngo. Wo
know whereof wo speak when wo say his
work is done in n masterly mannor nt tho
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of slock, nml ho cannot bo cxcollwl in
tho delicate task of making an exact fH.
Givo him n c. 1 at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington 'nvontta nnd
Poplar stroet, nearly oppoito tho court
house, and wu will guarantee satisfaction.
And now comes tlio Cairo CassIiio,
and promises tho public u grand
masquerndo bnll. At a meeting
of that society, hold a night or
two since, it was resolved that
thoy would celobrnto their imnivorsary
this year by n grand masquerade ball to
colipso nnything of tho kind that has come
oil' tills winter. Tho ball will bo held on
Monday evening, Fobruary Oth, 1871!,
Tlio following gentlemen wero appointed
us it committee of arraiigomonts i Herman'
Moyor, Carl L. Thomas and Louis
It is truo Hint Illnnkonbtirg'a Excol
sior saloon is now one of tlio institutions
of Ilia city. All drltiWi who llkcj really
excellent liquors whiskies, wiuc, beer,
etc. go to tlio Excolsior mIood, which is
fitted up In splendid style. Hlniikcnburg
who knows how to keep u saloon, spreads
a lino freo lunch every morning nnd eve
ning, nnd, nn ho forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens tlio lunch wit's music." Ho
hns cmployod tho services of n ilrst-rato
pianist, who mnkes tho grand piano
which stands in ono end of tlio saloon
speak out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. Tho bost ordor is maintained
nd alt improper characters suppressed
m"neatnoss, choapness and dispatch. Ev
eryboQj vnows t)mt th0 Excolsior saloon
is at the con,trof Washington nvenuo nnd
-A good Joko-lrumny bo so callod
was played on a geiitlemuu of tbU city n
few day, ago. Wishing to have some pa
per hanging done, he engaged the service)
of a man who follow, that trade to du It
Tho gentleman and tils family were to U
absent from tho city, and tho work was to
bo done during their absence. The paper
hanger wont to hi wor)(i
nnd in It la perambulations about ilm'
promisos canio across a jug of lino Hourhon
whisky a present to tho gentleman of tlio
houso from a friend in Louisville. Tho
paper liangor drank freoly of tho whisky
and, of course, itot drunk. Ho ouit wnrb
imd donning n suit of flno black brond-
cloth, also tho property of tho gentlomnii
for whom he was working, went out for n
trolo through tho city. Tired of wulk-
Ing, ho rotttrncd totho house, nnd hunt-
ng tho best hod In the house jumped Into
It, boots, clothes nnd nil. About this tlmo
the proprietor of tho houso enmo home,
and learning tho situation of affairs, put
whnt in common pa.Ianco is cnih i n
"horse's head," on tho paper hanger, nnd
then throw him out of tho house.
Rev. Mr. Thayer, with his family, ar
rived in tho city yesterday, nnd will nt
onco enter upon bis duties ns pastor of tho
Wo regrcttoleurn of tho serious illness
of Mr. Miles Parker, who has been con
fined to his bed for soveral days. It has
been necessary for watchers lo bo with
him night and day.
Sol. Silver has been re-appointed pas
senger agent at this port for tho Memphis
nnd St. Louis packet company, for tho year
1872. Sol. has mado n good agent, and ns
vm nro told, Is well liked bv tho officers of
S. 0. Robinson, KntiVkV.no; Ge. An
dcrson, Salon; .las. Morrl, Civp.o Girar
deau: H. Loudon, Memphis; R. M. U.
non, Sliotwell Mines; T. F. Garrett, A. U.
Rozier, II. "W. Hrolarki, N. S. Green, E.
Solomon, D. II. Moroy, St. Louis; A. C.
Sherwood, Allcnvillo; G. A. Primnlster,
Capo Girardeau; It. McDonald, Chobausc;
0. J.Stockton, Philadelphia ; C. fetoci;
ton, A.S.J. Day, Decatur; Dr.Stirickland,
Robinson nnd wife, Chicago; Mrs. . fc.
Wilcox, II. L. Hirgo nnd wife, Minneap
olis ; "W. A. Janson, Now-York, wero nt
tho St. Charles yesterday.
-Tho following wero tho arrivals nt tho
Delmonico hotil, Wm. "Winter, proprietor,
for tho twenty-four hours ending nt 0
o'clock p. m., Jan. r,, 1872: R. Levy, St.
Louis, Mo.'; James A. Spoors, Ashley, III. .
W. IJ. Pennington, Evnnsville, Ind.; H. C.
Taylor, Mound City ; Jamc3 Ridgon, Ky..
James Stovnson, Pulaski; Moso Gray,
River ; L. II. Payne, Akron, Ohio ; II
Cromdle, Shawncetown, Ills. ; P. 11. Hat
man, Eldorado, Ills.; J. Hinson, Pittsburg,
Pa. ; J. A. Kaokon, City .; John Plain,
Str. Richmond ; M. H. Grey, St. Louis,
Mo. ; Cnpt. Nixon, Str. Sampson ; John
W. Trover, Villa Ridge, 111. ; J. H. Hrible,
BUSINESS IS BUSINESS-
LEVY A CO.'.S PRICE LIST THE 1IIOIIEST
Tho firm of II. Levy & Co , 03 Ohio
lovce, dealers in furs, of all descriptions,
hides, talloWjfeathcrs, wool, etc., arc build,
ing up n trado and earning for thcmscl
ves n business reputation second lo no
houso In tho city. In their dealings with
their customers, thoy nro honorable nnd
unr'mht, representing only facts. For
articles in their lino thoy pay tho highest
cash prices. Hclow will bo found a list of
tho articles iu which they deal, together
witn tho ruling pricos in tills market :
Mink CO to $2 00
Jlnccnoi 10 tO TiO
Music ra's a iu - i
Wild cat 10 to -10
Otter 1 00 to C 00
Heaver 50 to C
Hear skins 2 00 to COO
HIDES PER POUND.
Deer skins 20 to 30
Reef hides, dry Hint 17 to 1 84
" " green salt 0 to !l
Calf hides 12 to 1
other articles per pound.
Tallow C to 7
Feathers 50 to 05
Wool 25 to 0
Hcpswox 25 to 2
Tlio ubovo quotations nro subject to cor
SECOND QUARTERLY MEETING-
Tho Rev. W. .). Grant, presiding elder
of Cairo district, finds if necessary to
hold tlio socond quarterly meeting of this
charge next Saturday and Sunday, Janu
ary Oth and 7th, 1872. Tho services will
begin on Saturday evening nt 7J o'clock,
in tho Methodl-t church. Tlio Rev.
Strange Hrooks, of -Metropolis, will bo
present nnd preach Saturday uvonintr,
Sunday morning at HU o'clock, and Sun
day evening at 7 o'clock.
Tlio sacrament of tlio Lord's supper will
bo administered nt the close of tho Sabbath
Everybody is invited to attend this sc
ries of meetings.
Fred. L. Thomson-, Pastor.
There was n good audience at tho Atho
ncum lust night, to hear Prof. Denton.
However, tho audience was not ouch n
ono ns tlio merits of tho Iccturo demanded.
Prof. Denton, U boyoml .loubt, ono ot tho
most learned men that ever nddresscd nn
audience in this cily.
For tho accommodation of persons
wishing to tnko outliconso for 1872, 1 will
bo nt tlio oillcu of 1. Wnldcr, cornor Sixth
street nnd Ohio Lovce, ovory evening
during tho week, commencing Monday,
January 1st and ending Saturday, Janu
ary Oth, to rcceivo monoy for tho siimo.
J .H- Taylor, City Treasurer.
To Trappers and Dealers Wo will
pay St. Louis prieo for all kinds of furs
brought to this market. Thoro is no need
of sending furs oil', when you can get just
ns good prices nt homo. "Wo also pay the
highest prices for hides, tallow, etc. Re
member tho place, Thornton's block, Tenth
street, at tho sign of tho black bear.
Notice. Tho bost ontertiilnmont in
tho city is at tlio St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
"d restaurant. Tho best music lliat can
bo hadviolin nnd piano. Good lunch
ovcry morning nnd night. All of tho
finest brands of cigars, and tho best St.
Louis lager leer, always fresh nnd nice.
Givo us. n cull.
Hakry Walkur, Proprietor.
Owi;,b- to otlior prcsslnif huslnoss nn.
gngemcnts Mr. F. Vincent tin round it
iinpossiuio to uovolo tho timo and nlton
lion requisite to havo tlio drawing In ht
lottery tako placo on tho 20th dav o( Deo-
ember, 1871, as ndvertised ; but having se
cured thu co-operation of tho gentlemen
named below nnd mndo arrangements by
which every cont of tho monoy realized
from tho salo of tickots will bo dlspositcd
with W . Dyslop, Esq., of tho City Nntlon-
nlnnd Entcrpriso savings banks of this city,
who will net ns n trnnsuccr, ho now posi
tively nssurcs tlio ticket-holders Hint tho
drnwlng will tako placo on tho 10th day of
April, A. D., 1871. LTho treasurer nssurcs
tho ticket holdors that If by any cbnnco
tho drawing should not tako placo on tho
day now designate! ho will pay back to
tho holders tho amount of their tickets with
0 per cent, interest from tlio dato of tho
purchase, tho samo being considered a spe
cial deposit from each ticket holder contin.
gent upon tho drawing on said day.
The undersigned havo no hesitation in
expressing their belief that under tho nr
rangomonts mndo by Mr. Vlncont, tlio
drawing will tako plnco on tho day dcslg
natcd, ny 10th day of April, 1872. Hut
should any camo contrary lo their expect
nnolisMitorvoim nrnvntillm. llin antnn. tlio
,.ol noiuurs um nmpiy 80curo In boinc
nblo lo draw tho moiuv by thorn 'ivcstcd
Thoso parsons who have subjcriix-o. Cap
tickets nnd havo not paid for nnd drawn
them, nro requested without delay to call
on Mr. Hyslop at tho .City National bank
for their tickets.
A. H. S.tFFoni),
C. X. IIl'UIIKS,
II. L. Hallidav,
P. H. C'UNNI.VailAM.
John II. Oiieulv,
G. D. Williamson,
Ciiauleo It. Hllllli,
"W. Hyslop, Treasurer and Gen'l Agent.
Thoro was little business iu tlio police
court yesterday. Tho polieo complain
that thoy aro not now making oven pocket
Henry Wright was brought up on n
chargo of drunkenness. Ho was fined two
dollars, but not being possessed of that
amount wherowith to Equaro nccounts
with tho court, was sent to the calabooso
for soven days.
A man by tho name of George Hill,
was arrested yesterday on n chargo of steal
ing a coat valued at fifteen dollars, from n
storo on Commercial nvenue. He was
t'iken boforo Uross for trial, but owing to
tho nbsenco of important witnesses, the
caso was continued until Monday, tho cth
Inst. In the meantime, Hill was sent to
tho county jail in default of bail In tho
sum of live hundred dollars.
LICENSES FOR 11172.
, saloon keepers
nn oinuia iiiinriutoil nro
hereby notifed that city licenses for 1871
will expirou. '.ho lttdny of January, 1872
A prompt renewal will bo required with
out further notice.
M.J. Howlev, City Clerk.
FEATHERS! l'EATHERS I
II. Levy ic Co., nt No. 93 Ohio loveo.
hnvo on hnnd mid for snlo In quantities to
suit purchasers, ono thousand pounds of
good feathers. Thoy will bo sold at prices
within tho reach of tlio poorest. Families
suppied nt reasonable rutes. doc 12-tf
Piano Tunino. I'arties wishing thoi
pianos tuned will plcaso address C
Robbins nt postoffice, or leave word with
his brothor. FricoSI.OOorS-j.OOnyoar.in
eluding nt least two 'unlngs and ordinary
repairing, strings, ivc.
Maruiaqe Guide. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
60 cents. Address Dr. Putts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis-
Mo. Seo Advertisement. tf
For good photographs, porcelain pio
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call or
Thomas, No. 121 Commercial avenue. II
as good workman. Givo him n trial.
twenty-I' vie uents. nils ninoun
will buy a bottlo of Mrs. Whitcomb'
Sy.'up, tho grcnt soothing remedy for nil
disonses incident to Infants and children
jun 3-d & w-lw.
Sleepino Rooms kor Rent. Ton
woll ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Hank building. Apply to
At City National Hank.
For Sale. A cottage on 12th strcot
containing 7 rooms, cistern nnd out
houses cornploto. Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
For now citron, ornngo nnd lemon
pool, go to Jorgonson's cornor of Twen
tieth street nnd Washington nvonuo. tf
Peck, Fit ban, ie Go's London biscuit
always on hand, cornor Twontioth and
Washington uvonue. tf
Crystal vinegar from Loudon nt Jor
genson's, cornor of Twentieth street nnd
AVnshington nvonuo. tf
imported Mnlngn grapes nt .lorgon
son's, cornor of Twontioth street nnd
AVnshington nvenue. tf
Witiaur's no puis intra mincod men
prepared expressly for family use, at .Tor.
Oysters. Louis Herbert has nlwns on
hnnd u fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys.
Go to Dr. MeOnuloy for Rattlngor's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to euro tho chills
doRtiL'NKON has tho finest supply ol
Spanish olives in tho city. Try them
TnTasDiYKrr.MNo, January 4th, 1872.
FLOUR. Tlio inarkot for nil erodes Is
brisk with a prospect of still groalcrnctivl
ty. Sales wero
12C0 bbls Vnrious Grades.. . . 55 00 n 9 00
CO " Very Common
200 " Super
1(0 " Extra
100 " Low X X
100 . x X
WUE AT Modoratel': y ""active
prices rnngo as previously quoted.
oenrs spring SI 32 a 1 34
no Macks, on oruors $23 00
COHN.-Th cro Is a fair inquiry and
pricos nro well sustained. Sales woro
20 cars Mixed In bulk, on track....4CcR47c
0 "Whito 11 " COo
1 " Mixod from store 67c
10 " ' in sacks del 5Cc
4 " Cholco Extra "Whlto In bulk, on
ICS sacks Yollow, on orders 58c
50 11 Mixed " 68c
60 cars Whlto In sacks, del 68coC0c
300 sacks " COo
OATS. The demand is good nnd prices
nro steady as last quoted. Halos wero
12 cars, in bulk, on track SOcalOc
3 "In sacks, del 4lc4Cc
100 sacks 4Ccn47c
170 "on orders ICo
HAY. Dull and unchanged. Snlcs
' car. Prairie, del ... SIC 00
" r...t),y " 20 00
" Mixed 18 00
" Timothy y.i (. ift21 00
HUTTER. Plenty nnd dull. JTo dc
mnnd except for choice. Sales were
18 pkgs., Roll 20c a 21c
EGGS. Dull nnd declining. Sales
10 doz., Shipper's Count 30c
10 pkgs., " 25c a 30c
POULTRY. To-day tbero was a fair
inquiry for chickens at quotations. Sales
28 doz. chickens 2 60 a 3 00
MEAL. Firm nnd in good demand,
1 can, Steam Dried, del $3 10
200 bbls., City, Steam Dried 3 10
on orders 3
arrived and departed,
Steamer. Where from. . Where to,
Arknnsns HcllcEvansvillc... Evans viilo
City of Alton St. Louis
Commonwealth New Orleans
Grand Tower St. Louis
Colorado St. Louis Vicksburg
Illinois Uolumbus.. ..Columbus
iMlnntic St. Louis
Jim Fitk, Jr.. ..Paducah l'aducah
Kate Putmnn...Now Orleans l'ittsburg.
condition ok the rivers.
Tho rise out of tho Ohio continues com
ing down booming, and the river nt this
point bus risen over 13 inches during tho
past twentv-fottr hours. Ycstorday morn
Ing tho rivor had risen altogether 8 feet
slum It, hetran rislnc this Inst time, and by
next hunday will havo risen probably 12
At Pittsburg tho Monongnhcla Is rc
ported falling, but as there has been hard
rains in that section, it will no.doubt bo
rising by tho next report
At Cincinnoti there is 10 feet nnd ris
ing stcndily. At Louisville the riso has
ceased, but it will bo of but short stoppage
ns tho water from nbovo will rauso it to
swell ngaln. Tho river at Evnnsvlllo
continues to riso rapidly, and! during the
past six hours it had risen 40 Inches
Tho riso in tho Cumberland goes bratoly
on, with over 0 feet on Ilarpcth Shoals.
The fall in the Mississippi has probably
got to be a steady thing as it doclincs at
tho rate of six Indies per day, nnd at that
rate for a short number of days the chan
nel will again bceomo troublesome. There
la ii iitu uenii iii niu viiuuuui hiiu
wouiu iiko to navo it remain as sucn.
I-rom liero to Memphis and below there
is plenty of water.
IIUS1NESS AND WEATHER.
Iluslness continuos fair nnd freights
Yesterday was llko a spring day clear
and pleasant. Tho sky was clear i a loll
and everything looked lovely.
Tho City of Alton doparted for St. Louis
whero she will go on tho ways for
Tho now stage built for Phillips' wharf
boat was hauled down and will bo placed
in position to-day.
Tho present riso In tho Ohio has been
such that tho Evansvillo and Cntro pack
ets havo resumed their placos in tlio trndo.
Cup. Nat Green of tho Richmond was
in town yesterday.
Tlio Atlantic took 3 barges in tow and
cleared for St. Louis yesterday.
How about tho rGoat Ropubllo nnd
Tlio stcamor R. P. Walt has been bought
by tho Elliott Hrotlicrs for tho sum of
$30,000. Thoy will outer her in tho
Memphis nnd White river trado.
Tho now steamer City of Holena was
duo last evening from St. Louis.
Tho St. Louis Democrat says: "Tho
William Cowcn, a now and fast tow boat,
brought two barges containing 450,000
bushels of coal." That beats all tho
coal barges wo evor heard of. Just think
of a modol bargo holding 225,000 bushels
of coal. Can you boliovo it, Mac. ?
Tlio Montauk gave tho Caeho storn wa
tor from tho coal yard to tho wharfbont
Tho Kato Pulman arrived front Now
Orloans and goes direct to Pittsburg.
Ono of tlio handsomo clerk's on a cer
tain wharfboat will soon tako unto lib" a
fair bride so roports say.
Cily National Bank Ultlltllug.
aaJJnoclal attentiuu paid lo orders Irom sicnm
uati ulKht or day."
New Fronch prunes, currants nnd
raisins always on hand At Jorgonson's
grocery store. tf
Found. That tho choicest butter Is
nt Jorgcnsen's Stnplo and Fnncy Grocery
JonOENSON hns tho best
preserves for snlo cheap.
The best French anchovies n tho city
nt Jorgonson's. "
PaulG.Schuh sells Rnttlnger's mcdl.
Russian sardellcs at Jorgonson's
Yaruoutu bloaters at Jorgonson's
DOORM, HANIf, KTOI
W. W. THORNTON'S.
UUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J tenth street,
Dsori, Ksuh, Rllada, Moaldlnara,
EtiTe Gutters, (wood) Window and Dooj
Frame, Flooring;, I.ath,
NhlBk-less, Glased Hash, Glaaed Nldo
Light, Ulaied Trsuioui,
Haafa Weight, Hah Pulllr and Cord,
Blind Fastening, RooRng
Flt, Booflng Otacnt, Plastering
Paper, C.rpet Felt, White
Lead, Mimed Oil, American Window
fllasa, KnglUh and French
Plata Ulas, Patty, Glasiers Point
Hewer Plpess, Patent Chimneys)
Etc., Etc., Kle.
A OENT8 lor Itflclt niter Ppr Company'
jix. mirawitDK reu sou usris uemoni.
IT. W. John ImtirovtxJ Hoofing ulsrayi on
W. II. MORRIS,
II. II. CANDEK
No. I'ub. nnd U. H. (Xni.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
NORTH A11KB1CA. IA-
'Asseti 2,73,O00 00
A"t J.m.llO 72
"' - 1,711,111 SO
u i ABseis.H ,1,1M,W8 17
Assets.... .7oa,W eo
A'sels SI5.C7S t,
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO., v
Assets 600,000 0?s
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL UK,
Asset JO.OOO.OOO 00
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets ,00,000 0C
RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE
SAFFOltD, MOHRIS & OANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Ilnnk, CAIRO, ILL.
I IN" S "U" 1 j jst a EJ
NIAOARA, N. T.,
Asset l,tSS,tlS It
OERUANIA, N. T.,
Assets M..1.0C8.721 7
UANOVEBi N. V.,
Assets -...720,802 00
BPUI1L10, N. T.,
ComprilnK "io Underwnlera' Aecncy,
YONKEIIB, N. T.,
Aassls 878,4(1 IS
Asset , 443,18 S3
FIREMEN'S FUND. 8. t..
Assets U78.MP 00
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
CTORB, Dnellinga. Furniture, Hulls and Car.
kj goes, insured at rates as ravoiaule as sound.
permanent security wll warrant.
1 resnectiiilly ask ot tlio cilfions of Cairo, a
share ol their itfoasc, ,v "
v. nt uivnii