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TIMETAII!.r.Or THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL n. II,
on and afler Hunday, May ltlh, Wl, lh follow
tig timo-iil!c will govern arrival and df"
lire of pamnger Irnln at Cilroi
.. ....... i it ...i 4:11 a.m.
DtpartMnW train, dally ij.jjpm,
drrfw Mull, dill)' -
Etpre,-. dally. CT "Jyt I''
No change of Vom Cairo to Ht !'
chaog. nV.-, rm Cairo lo ChlMgo. J-.Iefint
r .l.r,m eat 00 night trains.
.-1 IB lww-41 c.
ggtge clucked lo all ImporUnt tielnln.
CAIRO AND MOUND CTY
NT RAN TI'.
Will mtlf"1" "V J1'!'
A l ....m. . Al p in
a! 4i:r--r:P 'n. At r, -p.in,
.. .... . an renta: 10 ticket for 12 fA
Will law .'' ny K"0'1 intermedial,.
n.iininr DanErrH ur iiitikiii. n.......
EA'ANSVILLE AN I) CAIUO,
GU3 FOWLEIt Mter
Will leave Cairo forEvanille every Sunday and
Thur.Way evening., t 5 o'clock, p.m. tor
fregor pa.sage, apply on Uyrd
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
MAIL IIO VT.
The rplendid .teamcr
Jnr Ton Irr, .MnMer.
tes euro tvt'.Y, iiriliT excepted! at t
m. Far IreuM -r pte p' on boardor
Ctitnbrrlnnil Itltrr I'arUet
NASnVILLE, CLAEKSAMLLE AND
The t plendid teamer
TOM HAKMAN-Muler , ALEX. HARD Clerk
Will Wave Cairo ever Tinrd7 t 1 oeloek p.m.
forCLuktvdle. and Nuhtlle. or Ire-ght or
bistie e. apt4r oa oor J or to
Pjicr " JA5 niGCf, Agt.
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The gallant .teamer
OWKS DAVI5Uitr I Clerk
Will leave Cairo every Saturday t S o'clock fitn.
for Nathvilie, Clut'Tilleatid ail way point., For
freight or patsaze apply on tvard or lo
JaoJif. ,r JAi. BIGGS, Ag't,
jrASHvYLTE CLARKS VILLE AND
The 5004 steamer
WIl.ET SlUMS-Mus.. , Clerl
Will lute Clro every Msly f. rt.i,. ym.
for riuhnlle. &&d &I1 mr not. Par frirht
for JiMhnlle, and Hy po'U For freisht or
urri pi'i) on uoara r itf
JtnJtf JA. Agt
FOR SALE, For file rrOK SALE,
FOR SALE. J or woe 1 FOR BALE.
Fare from Livkwool,
Faro from Jo.viiCM)i:iii:v
Fare from GlajOow,
JFnre from Qvkenstown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $ 1 &"i 0
Biilonl, Morru t C
Lirerpool .Nen-Voik itiJ 1'hitaiU Iplna
i covtiict with rxirtt" errrji"iD biitmii
For Carrying tne Malii.
TOR 'ASSAGE TICKETS
on ri'inici iKroKMiTio.i
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Agt.
is Broadway, New-York, or to
II. II o II i t ,
Wahlncton Aence, Ciiro. noi. ji
ThB Illir.ol Central Kul Itoi I Company no
V . v bi iiiriuiiurtuiiH.ncriueu 10m iu rirn
Aildlllonto Hie City of Cairo, vu i
Lot S7 (Jock W. Lot v block hi.
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Fiirlermn.Hle. apply Vo JAMES JOIINiOV.
WILLIAM R. SMITU.M. 1).
umcB i-oomni.Tcil Hivuuf, up tulrn.
u. w. i)iTNNMX(i73TT)"
R. s. hrigjam",'m;T).,
Oitice, 180 Commit,. Ay
Office liolir,lo 10 .,n. nd I tnki, . ' .
Alii EN, MULKKY k WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Wllllirn J.Allen, )
B6I'riicu!tr attention paid to rim an-i tj.
COUNSELORS AT LAW.
wiliuni II, mm,
"'"i""" ' .. iilbrt. V CAlllo. lLMN'fim.
ki?.T itlentir.n Riven to Admualty UI
OFFICK-oiUO IiKVEE, IIOOMH 7 ANII 8 OVEIl
1V VATIONAI. HANK.
ST. CI1AULKS HOTEL,
F.I). REXFORD 1-roj.rictor
comtK oiiio itvur. anu ncoip ITj
?7ie Oi fy Wrtt-Clau JIouk in the (Jlty.
mw UiRgis convoyed to nd ficrn lt, li, 0
t'lllllH,.!""'". '" 11 " " . ' 7"
EE EBB K;TI O O 3ST
tllu:rntlnz thi tcrnrry. mni! an I nnliqiiille ol
Irtlitnd. A new ilrntmtlc ep!sol ntiil-d
linir n .itorvof Inre. Ilfr and fmllc In l'ie Hmer.
did nd lepletewllh nnit nnd ilmu'e., will
I, i.ii.lrri-l li Hie lll'rnicnii Como.lv Com-pMiv-0.111.
Morrl. Mnrlel). M L'Kvny. Mi Jo
Mmri, Mi Klelllpln, Mr. l.mi. Ili'lxlii'r
ly. Mr. rhmle. Micloy.
Ailm ion .VI i'eiil. Iljor. open nl .; com.
ineiirt" it a oVim-k. Jiiil-m.
O - S
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o 3 1
22 J g.
5 w s
" us J
I'nlillthnl every mornliifr, Honilny ex
Jnmcj Quinn lias been elected night po
Jiccrn?n to rill the vaennev occasioned bv
U,b jejnntion .of olHcer Jolin IlolmeV
The Ohio river continue to r'ue rapid
ly at this port, and there U now a cood
(tuccof water for the largest ftcitraboats.
An ordinance providing for cisterns
and wells in certain localities, was adopted
oy me join; tnetiing oi mo council on
An individual who attemptod to force
his way into tho Athcncum last night
without money mid without price, was
rather roughly handled.
The Athcncum To-Night,
On last Sunday, u gentleman and ladv
aged respectively t ixtoen and fourteen, ran
away Irom their homes in Haliard county,
una crnn tnu Minuiippl river were
married on the Missouri shore.
The city council nt Its meeting on
Friday night, elected Mr. A. II. Sallord
flro warden for th u first ward. The up
polntmcnt is n good otic and will meet
with the approval of the citizens of that
Thirty conls a week will securo a pol
icy for one thousand dollars in tho Lifo
Association of America. A good invest
ment for a young man. For particular
apply to Carl L. Thomas, special agent,
Thu tickets for tho grand masquerade
bull to be given by tho Cairo Cassino, will
u iijuuu in a iow uiiy. i no manage
ment nro making groat preparation iiml it
may set bo down ami suro thing that the
ball will bo n lucres.
-Wheroaroyou gomL7 To tho nlaco
number C3, Ohio lovec, whom thoy keep
tho best fresh oyster, fish and game, mJ
tho (lnost witun, liquors and cigars to bt
rntiiid in tho city. Open at all hour, duv
,,r "'Bl't. J. K. I'aiiks
Dicd-Jan. 5th, 1872. .Mn. Julia
H. Hurl'.e. at her rimlilnnr nn V In f tun t it
street, between "NVa.htm.toti uvenuo and
1'ojilar street. Ago 30 years. The funeral
""'leave tho residence at 12
lM"iHunday Jan. 7th.
"" Lecturoby IVof. Denton
Itshould nolle fUl .
sociable of the ladle.' onlhtlhonot
meet, at the residence of M,?1'"1 ,?'1y
on Commercial avenue, over t : . '
derKon1. store, on to-morrow ; 1 ,""
Everybody is Inviu-d to uud .
I.nt nil flint.. ..rl ii . .
' - "isii to near one of
tho most eloquent lecture ever delivered
in Cairo, bo at tho Athoneum to-night,
l'rof. Denton will deliver a treo lecture on
" Tho methods of self culture. " Let no
one who can possibly bo nresontml. il,u
great intellectual feast, (lo, by all means.
As will bo heen by n perusal of the
council proceeding, published in another
column of to-duy s livu.r.Tih; -Mr. James
S. Swayuo has boen chosen assistant en
gineerof the lire department. -Mr, S., who
i an active member of tho Rough and
Ready llro company, will no doubt make
h good and zoalou. worker In times of
The Jonesboro Gazette says; "Tho
engineers of the Cairo & St. Louis railroad
urn up with their pcrmnncnt survey to the
THE OAIHO X)iVILY BULLETIN, SUXDAY, JAKDARY 7,
1 . t i I iiti .
city limits. Their lonts aro pttctieu near
tho cotton Klni on oMi Sliiln etrcct. Mr.
Shariiini who Is now chief, and hi nblo
nssstanls, nro niakiiig good progrcs., nnd
liavo undoubtedly tho best route that
could bu found between horo and Cairo."
Ocat Inducement to any ono wish
ing to buy a llrsUclass piano or organ.
E. & AV. Ruder oll'ct their entiro stock In
thn piano r.nd organ lino nt tho .ictual
cost of tho instruments. Thoy aro deslr.
ous of closing out tho stock so that thoy
may uso tho room for jowelry manufactur
Mr. 11. T. Oeroutd has procured tho
services of a boll hanger, who will attend
to nil calls for work in hisllno with prompt
ness. Hell hangings repaired, ropes ad
justed, etc., In first class order. Leavo or
ders at -Mr. Oorould's olllce, 'Winter's
block, corner Seventh street nnd Com
mercial nvenuu. dec.'JI-d-tf.
The Under Krotlicr, eornor Eighth
street nnd Washington nveniic, have re
ceived a bran-new lot of tho IntoJt-slylcd
brcast-plns, car-ring1, llngor rings, brnc
lets, watches, clock", etc., und4 lnlto tho
public to call mid Inspect tho stock. Tliey
are nlo agents for .ho Davis' sowing ma
chine, Uurdcttorgatisnnd St. Louis pianos,
and oirer to the public tho best bargains lo
bo obtained at any placo in Southern Ill
inois. Within the past few days qulto n
number of paupers have arrived In Cairo.
Some of thee people enmo by river nnd
some by rail. The proper officers have no
tified the railroad officials nnd tho com
manders of tho steamboats that nro
known to have landed such persons within
the limits of the city, that in tho future
the law made and provided In such cases,
will be rigidly enforced. The penalty is
one hundred dollars for every pauper put
ashore within tho city limits.
"Wo havo no hesitation in recommend.
ing "William Ehlerr. boot and shoo maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. We
know whereof wo speak when we say nu
work is done in a maiterly manner al tho
lowest prices. He ues njthing but tho
best of stock, and he cannot bo excelled in
the delicate task of making an exact fl'..
Give him a call nt his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue nnd
Poplar street, nearly opposito the court
house, and we will guarantee satisfaction
l'rof. Denton will Lecture
'The Methods of Self-Culture."
The following were 'tho arrival1 nt tho
Daltnonico hotel, Wm. Winter, proprie
tor, ending 0 o'clock p.m. Jan. C, 1372:
John Rjngon, G. A. Ilabbitt, J. E. Wes
cott, Chicago; F.A.Smith, Smithland;
W. J. Montagar, Tho. R. IJ. (?o-lin, river j
H.T. Ashton, Louisville; M. F. Seeley,
tcksburg; Clms. Road and wife, Iloston;
J. H. Hardy, New Orleans ; L. Adams, Jr.,
Hickman ; G. A. Trumbull, Rockport ;
H. S. Wnlbridge, I'ui.uki; Ja. Rick,
UrooklynjD. A. Chindenon, Snodgr.t??,
Metropolis; Jas. Kempy, Cincinnati; R.
(i. Annlptrnte. Price's landing: K. .1 I.mvu. j
P. N. Smith, Missouri; Capt. Fulls, Pri
ce's landing ; U.S. P.rids, Greenfield.
Section 10 in tho amended charter of
tho Life Association n-adi tlan ;
"Whenever any member Mwll desire lo
surrender his policy, after two or tnoro
premiums shall have been paid thereon,
ho shall receive, in consideration of said
surrender, a sum equal to ninry percent.
of the actual reserve of such policy, after
deducting therefrom his indebtedness t
the company. Ho shall also receive, in
addition thereto, full value of accrw.J acci
dent, if any are duo to him. The only
company which guarantees, ns a chartered
right, the principal of local invent, acuta in
each State. Tho onfy company which, by
its charter, gives each State a reprcscnta
tier, in home loartU of directurt. Car)
L. Thomas, i-peeial agent.
Tin fallowing named persons wuro
among thoo who arrived nt tho St. Charles
yestcdiiy: W. W. Clark, Cincinnati;
Ed. St.Vr.dn, Chester; J. Junes, Rose
Clare j Mrs. Mayner, .Mrs. Jialos Miss
dray, St. Louis ; H. II. Hubbard, Anna ;
It. PenraoJ, Djngoli; W. II. Hamilton,
St. Louis; F. M. Hibbard, Arkansas; C
Wolcoll, New York ; Capt. Jas. D.iwson,
St. LouU ; J. G. Wilson, Hinckly ; C. L.
Thnmpion, Ed. Lund in, Chicago"; AV. I.
Green, l'ittiburg ; Thomin AVhitty, Alex
nndria ; A. C. Henstess, Fort AVayiio ; II.
F. Kllng and duughtor, St JiOtlis; II. S.
Lurnur, Hendersnu ; .Mrs. .M. 0. Flournoy
and family ; C. L. Stevenson, 0. K. Prince,
E ist St. Lnu! ; Win. S. Hollowuy, Hen
derson ; Iluruce S. Simmons, Natchez.
Hoi for llally !
Now Store I Now Goods!
Jlot assortment of
Cooking nnd Heating Stove
ever brought to Cairo,
on Washington nvmiuo, threodoorj above
In yesterday' Hui.i.ktik, wn muJo
mention of tho fuel that mo Chin. II.
Read, representing himself n correspond
ent of tlio Now York lleruhl, Iloston Her
ald, Detroit Free Pre, and Chicago Jour
nal, had arrived In the city and paid us n
vl.it. Last night, tlio Carboudalo
LVa camo to hand, and wo learn from that
pnper that ono Charles II. Read, has been
giving n scries of splriturl tn.mces in that
town, and that he humbugged tho people
there most beautifully. In this connection
we will state, that before leaving Cairo.
hurles took In too in my of tho levco hi
facT 1'0Cii," -':xc-oJinj'l y budgy. In
imd ' 'roll" 1Ult " 8Ct'no ,l3trt"co' 'dm
ll'dtv! ii,,"uUOr wll-boforo ev!nis
on tlwnru, . " u I',l!,,8Un0 trlP
-It is true tl,
, " "4-Hy f Helena.
it is iruo tl.at lilimv... , ,. ,
OllllUCltV. A'.l ,lrl,.L-., ..'" "
excellent liquors-whi.klo., "w,7"y
olc-gototho Excel.lor Mloo,,. I,',
Hi - .1 . ...
.....vi ........ t.miuHi uym. JIl,ljoburis
Will, klWIVL'l In. Ir. l ..
i i a saioon, niircml,
n lino froo lunch every morning and eve
ning, and, ats hu forcibly cxprussos It
'Sweetens thu lunch with imnle." lid
has employed tho services of h llrst-rnto
pianist, who makes the grand pno
which stands In ono end of tho a!ocm
tpcik out in musical tonc. Everybody
Is Invited. Tho best order is maintainou
nnd nil improper characters suppressed
with ncntnoss, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that tho .Er.cclslor saloon
is nt tho corner of AVnshlngton nvenue nnd
AVo havo boon regaled by tho sight of
a real, genuine, professional enrpot-bagger
ono of tho meanest kind. Sovoral days
ngo, n follow nrrlvcd In this city, and
learning that a vacancv t5istodon thopo
lico forco called upon ono of our city offi
cials, to Inqulro about tho matter. Ho
stated that ho was on his way south in
search of some sort of office, nnd hearing
of tho vacancy on tho pollco force, be
lieved ho would remain over until tho
meeting of tho council, and sco If ho could
not sccuro tho appointment, believing ho
could fill tho polllon better than any
man In Cairo. Tho impudenco of the
whelp was really refreshing ; but as wo
have material out of which to mnuufuc
turo all tho policemen wo need, ho was
Ud that ho had better go further south,
whero he would havo n wider field for de
veloping his ability as carpet-bagger. Ho
loft tho town In disgust, dcclnring that
Cairo was no placo for tin
cntorpnstng young man
wished to rlso In the world.
Prof. Denton's Lecture
The third parlor concert of the scries to
bo given by tho ladles of the Church of
the Redeemer, wilt bo held nt the residence
of Mr. Samuel AVnltors, AVnshlngton nve
nue, between Eighteenth nnd Nineteenth
streets, on Tucday evening, next, Jnnu
nrv Oth. Tho following is tho
1. Mcltntede I'roco-on
Mr. It. l: HobMm.
Mre. W. P. Wrlglit.
.1. Cj'il Vive Galop de Cornet Instrumental,
Mis Eames and MIsk Fitcher.
Prof. C. Itobbm.
1. 1.1 lMknzii
Mm. M. F. Gilbert.
i. The ltoci3il the Nightingale....,
Mr. ml Mr-. Coin.
Mm. W. P. lUlhdiy.
CH Alt A UK.
. J.O. Harnett
Gueits will pleue abstain from converiation
during the rendering of the piece?.
Admlxlon 2 cents
To commence nt S o'clock.
THAT R0HI1ERY AGAIN.
AND NOW COMES DETECTIVE JOSEPH Alt'
NOI.n, WHO ItlSEs TO EXPLAIN DltES
Ycfterdny morning wo iublishcd a note
from tho agent of the 1. C. R. R. company
nt this place, denying the truth
of the story that i-cvernl days ngo
ladv had been robbed at
lliu llllliuud jiasuilgci -Ultluil In tllU rltv
AVe gave Joo Arnold ns our nuthority for
tlio item winch induced .nr. Jolitiron to
write tho denial. And now comes -Mr. Ar-
iioli), wiioiIo.iivM tu to Dtiblith thn follow.
Cibo, Iti., Jan. fith, Iht'J.
Editor euro In Lutm ,
Deaii Sin : In your issuoof this morn
ing there nppenrs a card from Mr. Ja.
Johnson, agent of tho I.C. R. P.. at this
place, refuting tho assertion that on tho
morning of tho 2d or 3d inst., i ladv,
while waiting at tlio passenger station hi
this city fur tho train to leave, was robbed
of her pookft-book and all tho monov she
My information regarding the robbery
was derived from tho conductor of tho
train of tho Cairo nnd St. Louis short lino,
-Mr. Dre-coll, who went out that mornlm'
Mr. Phil. Howard wns standing bv and
heard Mr. Drescoll tull me that the ladv
had been robbed of her pocket-book and
ten dollars in money. On this informa
tion I told your reporter of tho theft.
These are the facts in thn caso as thev
como to me. Respectfully, etc.,
HUSINESS IS BUSINESS-
II. I.KVV A l O.'s PltlCK LIST THE HIGHEST
Tho firm of H. Livy & Cj, 93 Ohio
lovce, donlors in furs, of all descriptions,
hides, tallow,fe:ithers, wool, etc., are build,
Ing up a trade and earning for themsel
ves a business roputatlon second to no
house in the city. In their dealings with
their customers, thoy are honorable nnd
upright, representing only facts. 1'or
articles in their lino thoy pay tho highest
cash prices. Ilolow will bo found a list of
the articles iu which they deal, together
with tho ruling prices in this market :
CO to $'J 00
tl 00 to
ncur hkins 20 to
Heef hides, dry flint 17 to
" " green salt 0 to
Calf hides 12 to
OTIIKK AltTICI.ES I' Kit POUND
Tho above quotations are subject to cor
On nil grain received in storo on mid af
ter tho 10th instant, our charge for ftor
ngo will bo ono cent per bushel for tho first
.1vo day or part of same, and one-half
cent per bushel for each succeeding ten
days or part of same. And for bagging,
ono cent per bushel for oats, mid one and
one-half rents per bushel for other grain.
J. A: E. Uu(.'i:in(!iiam.
Cairo, Jam 1872. janOlw
-NoiioE. 1110 nest entertainment in
the city is nt tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
""d restaurant. The best music that can
be had violin mid piano. Good lunch
"vry morning mid night. All of the
'"'est brills of cigars, and tho best St,
lJUls lngUr ijCOr) ltwuy8 fr08h aMd Ilk.0i
Olve iu n call.
Haiuiv AVai.kek, Proprietor.
-AoungMcn's Christian Association
Will moot on Monday ovonlng next, 7th
inst,, In tho Prayer room of tho Prcsby
tcrion church. 0. C Pnr.ons, president.
At tho Mclhodistchuroh Rev, Fred. L.
Thomson will preach at 10J o'clock In tho
forenoon nnd 7J o'clock in tho evening.
Sabbath school nt 3 p.m. L. AV. Iwol!
St. Patrick's church, eornor Ninth
street nnd AVnshlngton avenue. Scrvlcos
at 8J and 10J o'clock u.m. Sunday school nt
2 p. m. A'cspcrs nt i p. m, Rov. P. J.
Church of tho Rodectnor, Rov. Edwin
Conn, Rector. Morning prayers,
10 o'clock. Evening prayors, 7J o'clock
Sabbath school at 0 n. in. II. II. Candcc,
Christian church, Eighteenth street.
between Washington nvcnuo nnd AVnlnut
street. No preaching. Mission Sabbath
school at 3 p. m. J. II. Rood, superintend
ent. J. P. Gamble, assistant superintend
At mo rrcsbytcrinti church Rov. II.
U. Thayer will preach morning nnd oven
ing. In tho morning, subject,
'"liio now Rolutions of Pas.
nnd People." The sub-
of tho ovening's dls-
wlll bo "Tho Shepherd nnd his
Sabbath school at 3 ti.m. .1. M
COLOIIII) l'K0lt,..'s ciicncitKs.
aeconu t too ill iiiiiaii church
riiiecntii, ociween walnut and ular
IIIA . t. -mm . '
streets. Preaching 10 n.m. nnd 71 ti.m
Sabbath school nt 3 p.m. N. Ricks, pastor.
First Missionary Huptist church.
Preaching 10 n.m., ni:d 7 p.m.
Sabbath school at 1 n.m. J. A'an
Daxtcr nnd Mary Stephens, supcrinton-
tendents. T. J. Shores, pastor.
African Methodist chinch, Four
teenth, between AValnutnnd Coder streets.
Preaching nt 11 o.clock a.m.
Sabbath school nt 1 p.m. Class meet
ing, at 3 p.m. Win. Jackson, pastor.
FURTUEK POSTPONEM ENT.
Owing to other pressing business en
gagements Mr. F. A inccnt has found it
impossible to devote tlio timo and atten
tion requisite to havo tho drawing in his
lottery tako placo on tho 20th day of Dec
ember, 1871, as advertised j but having se
cured tho co-oporatlon of the gentlemen
named below and made arrangements by
which every cent of the money realized
from tho salo of tickets will be deposited
with AV. Hyslop, Esq., of the City Nation
al and Enterpriso savings banks of this city,
who will act as a treasurer, he now posi
tively nssures tho ticket-holders that the
drawing will tako place on tho 10th day of
April, A. I)., 1871. Tho treasurer aurcs
tho ticket holders that if by any cbanco
the drawing should not take placo on the
day now designate! ho will pay back to
the holders the amount of their tickets with
G pnr ernt Intonwt from tho dnto of the
purchase, tho samo being considered a spe
cial deposit from eaclt ticket holder contin
gent upon tho drawing on said day.
Tim u.iiterngncd liavo no lio.itation In
expressing their belief tint tin lor tho ar
rangements made by .Mr. Vi.. nt, tho
drawing will take placo on tho day desig
nated, say 10th day of April, 187:.'. Hut
should any cause contrary to their ovpect
ntions intervene preventing tho same, tho
ticket holders aro amply securo in boing
able to draw the money by them invested
Those persons who have subscribed for
tickets and have not paid for nnd drawn
them, nro requested without delay to call
on Mr. Hyslop at the City National bank
for their tickets.
A. 11. S.UTOUD,
C. N. Huuiiei,
II. L. IIau.iday,
R. H. Cunningham.
John II. Oiieiilv,
G. D. Williamson,
Charles R. Ilunn,
W. II YSLOP, Treasurer and Gon'l Agent.
For tho accommodation of porsons
wishing totnko out license for 1872, 1 will
bo nt tho offico of I. AVnldor, corner Sixth
street and Ohio Lovce, every evening
during the week, commencing Monday,
January 1st nnd ending Saturdav, Janu
ary Oth, to receive money for tho samo.
J. II. Taylor, City Trcasuror.
FEATHERS I FEATHERS !
II. Levy & Co., at No. 03 Ohio lovoe,
hnvo on hand mid for sale in quantities to
suit purchasers, ono thousand pounds of
good feathers. Thoy will bo sold nt prices
within tho reach of tlio poorest. Families
suppled nt reasonable rates. dec lli-tl"
Piano Tunino. Parties wishing their
pianos tuned will plcnso address C.
Robbins at postollico, or leavo word with
his brother. Price S'1,00 or SS.OOnyear, in
cluding at least two 'linings and ordinary
repairing, strings, A-c.
Marriaok Guide. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
CO conU. Address Dr. llutts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Btroot, St. Louis
Mo. Sco Advertisement. tf
Sleeping Rooms for Rent. Ton
well ventilated slcoping rooms In City Na
tional Rank building. Apply to
At City National Rank.
For good photographs, 'porcolaln plo
lures, or old pictures to bo copiod, call or.
Thomas, No. 12 1 Commercial avenue. Hf
as good workman. Give him ft trial.
For Sale, A eottago on 12th stroot
containing 7 rooms, cistern mid out
houses complete. Apply to
AV. AV. Thornton.
Fop, new citron, ormigu mid lomon
pool, go to Jorgonsoifs eornor of Twen
tieth tetrwt nnd AVnshlngton nvouu tf
Tho attondanco nt tho Athoneum Inst
night to hear Prof. Denton lcct'iro wns
larger tlinn usual. Tho lecturo wns ono
full ol Interest nnd Instruction, and wns
highly appreciated by nil who heard It.
To-night tho Professor will dollvor n freo
lecture, on tho "Methods of Self Culture,"
which should bo heard by over) "'io who
can make Itcouvonlcnt to bo In attendance.
J-O-niOrroW llll.ht llm liml inctlll-n (if llin
course will bo dellvorod.
John Currnn, for contmnnL nf rourl.
In refusing to oboy summons, was fined
one dollar mid tho triminiiii;, which ho
IS ill Scott wns arrested on n chargii of
using otfenslvo nnd abusive language
Tho ovidenco against him wns not con
clusive, nnd ho wns discharged,
James Flomming was arrested on n
charge of stealing two bacon shoulders
from tho storo of Mr. II. M. Hulan. Ho
was held to ball In tho sum of $100 to
answer nt the next term of tho Alexander
county clr"tilt court.
Thccasoof Goo. W. Hill, charged with
stealing n coat from James Athorton, wns
brought up yestorday morning for a flnnl
hcarliiL'. After hcarim? tho ovldonci In
tlio case, Hill wns bound ovor in tho sum
of $500 to nwnlt the action of tho grand
jury. Failing to procure ball ho wns sent
to the county jail.
in, ,. . ...
-.1111110 J-.rwin, It COIorcil lauy, was nr-
rested on a warrant sworn out by Amanda
. .. 7 , ., nK, urso ol s,lllng uio morcsaiu
.........u... .... ... w, nrougni into court,
uiiu uibui Having uei'ii awur.1011 a lllir Itnu
Impartial hearing, a line of $" mid tho
costs was nsscstcd azaiust her. Paid.
Mlllio then procured 11 warrant for poor
Amnndn. Tho patties nil being In court,
signified their readiness to proceed with
tho case. Tho ovidenco having been
heard, Amanada was requested to leavo
with tho court, (lie neat little sum of (10
acd tho pickings. Not having that amount
about her clothes, she wns sent to the
calabooso for fourteen days.
lltegular Joint Meeting of tho City Council
Council Clumber, Cairo. Ill,, )
Jan. i, lill. I
Present His Honor, .Mayor Lansden
and Cunningham, Fitzgcrnld, Kiel), Sense,
S'.ratton, Swavnc, Tavlor, Waldcr nnd
On motion of Alderman Cunningham
the reoding of tie journnl was dispensed
Alderman Ruder appeared 111 his seat.
Upon its 'second reading: A bill for
an ordinance entitled "An ordinance to
provido for cisterns mid wells in certain
Aid. AVintor moved to table, with the
following result: Ayes Ruder, Klob,
Swayne, Wnlder nnd Winter 5. Nays
Cunningham, Fitzgerald, Soase, S'.rat
ton and Taylor .1. The voto being a tio
tliu chnir voted in the negative and tho
motion was declared lost.
CotliutllfM,.,. Tm1i, limn tuiivod to rofr
said ordinance to tho board of aldermen.
Carried us follows : Ayos Ruder, Cun
ninghnm, Kitr.gerald, Kleb, Sease, Strat
um, Swayne nnd Taylor 8. Nays A Wi
der and Winter 2.
assistant chief engineer or fire de
partment. Tho mayor stated that as provided for in
section 13 of ordinance number 11, ho
would nomlunto Mr. James S. Swayne, ns
assistant chief engineer of flro department,
nnd appointed Aids. Ruder and AVulder
tellers. On tho first ballot thero was no
election, Mr. Swayne receiving but 1) votes
10 votes being neccsnry to an election.
Alderman Metcalf appeared and took
his to tt.
Tho chair directed another ballot to bo
taken, witli tho following result: Yeas
Tho mayor then nominated A. II. Saf
ford ns llro warden fortho firct ward. Tho
nomination was confirmed by yeas 11.
Tho mayor nominated L. .1. Hymo as
flro warden for tho second wnrd. Tho
nomination was rejected by yeas 8.
The mayor thon nomlrnled Win. Lon
orgati as llro warden for the third ward.
Mr. Lonorgan was not conflrmod. Yons
Tho mayor nominated W. R. Whito ns
flro wnrdon for tlio fourth ward. Tho
nomination of .Mr. AVhito was nlso re
jected, tho yeas being 8; nnys 3.
POLICE CONSTAllI.i: ELECTED.
Tho mayor placed -Mr. James Quinn in
nomination for tho position of polico
constahlo to till tho vaucaney occasioned
by tho resignation of officer Holmes,
Tho nomination of .Mr. Quinn wns con
firmed as follows: Yeas 10. Nay 1.
Aldormnn AVnldor introduced tho fol
lowing resolution :
lleaohed, That tho ordinance committeo
be and they hereby aro instructed to re
port mi ordinanco providing for tho ap
pointment of 11 gas inspector.
Tho chair decided that uudor tho now
rules the resolution was out of order.
On motion of Aldormnn Fitzgerald tho
council thon ndjoumod.
M. J. Rowley, City Clerk.
Twenty-Fvie Cents. Tills amount
will buy n bottle of Mrs. AVhitcomb's
Syrup, tho groat soothing remedy for nil
diseases incident to infants mid children.
Jan 3-d & w-lw.
New Froncli prunes, currants and
rnlsliis always on hand ut Jorgonsou's
grocery store. tf
Imported .Malaga grapes at Jorgon
sou's cornur of Twentieth street nnd
AVnshlngton nvenue. tf
AVrioiit's no puts uurn mlucod men
prepared expressly for family u!0i ,lt Jr
Peck, Frean, Co'a London biscuit
alwnvs mi hand, corner Twentieth and
AnUlVKI) AND DKl'AHTKn.
R. J. Lockwood
W. 11. Ilrown...
Whero from. Whorn lo. '
..St. Louis. ..Red river...
..Columbus. .Ht, Louis
...Ht. Louis. ,.N. O
,,St. Louis. ..Memphis
,...N.O bt. Louis
...Ark. river, ..Ark. river.
...N. O Louisville....
Doxtor N. ()....
Aid...... St. Louis....
Uollo St. Louls....St.Loul9....Vicksburg ...
CONDITION OK TUB IllVKIlH.
Here tho river continues rising very
fast and thero is plor.ty of wntcr above
and below horc, with tho exception of the
Mississippi to St. Louis. Thero Is now
only r. feet in tho channel but as It Is
rising at St. Louis tho channel may bo
Improved in n few days. It wns reported
yesterday that tho harbor at St. Louis,
was full of Ico nnd tlio wonthor very cold.
At Pittsburg tho Monoiigaholais falling.
At Cincinnati tho river continues rising
very fast, with 'Jl feet in tho channel.
The river is rising at Louisville. At Ev
nnsvillo tho river is reported stationary.
Tho Cumberland river Is rising very
"p'Jly ""d there is 10 feet on JIarpoth
Tho risoin tho Arkansas continues.
Tho Mississippi river is falling al Grand
1IUHIKE!S AND WEATHKR.
ItmlnoM rnntlniio. nl nnd Imnrovna
ovcry day loatl iolxjng j.cro have no
trollb)o in golling ttbororg nnd don't have
to pay CO cents per hour, cither.
Tho weather yesterday was very misera
ble. A cold rnin fell during tho forenoon,
and iu tho afternoon it rcmainod cloudy
and the wind came from the north mak
ing it quite cold.
The Lumsden came down from Gooso
Island with 3,C0O sacks corn and C0,000
shingles. She reshippod tho corn on tho
Richmond, nnd takes tho shingles to Nash
ville. Tho Dexter arrived from New Orleans
with n fair trip. She will no doubt re
ship her St. Louis freight and load here,
ns the river is too low to allow her to'get
to St. Louis.
A short time after tho departure of the
Mnry Alice and tow for St. Louis, a dis
patch was roceived from there, ordering
her to wait here for futther orders.
The Fisk had corn yesterday which she
received at Paducah, from tho Paducah
and Gulf railroad.
The Rrown left forSt. Louis yesterday
with a tow of salt.
Thochltnneys of tho Thompson Dcn are
ij feet in dinmetcr, and rise 72 feet above
tho.hurricnno deck, nnd nro topped with
.Milt. Reid is down the river shipping
somo corn. Re careful, Milt, and don't
let tho rustic beauties get your heart.
Tho Mary Miller came in from New
Orleans. She had a very tedious trip.
"While on her way she was caught in a
storm nt Port Pillow nnd tho wind drove
her mil on 11 dry bar,whero she was detain
ed nearly ono money. Capt. Paul thinks
he will not go up tho Ohio Inlond horo
for New Orleans.
The Hello Memphis struck bottom attcv
eral places on her way down. Sho re
ported the river in u very bad condition,
dipt. Crano left word for Capt. Rlake at
Capu Girardeau to get a bargo to lighten
oir if ho wanted to avoid trouble.
Tho Fannie Lewis passed up tho Ohio
yesterday whero she will have lomo alter
ations madn iu her hull.
Tho J. N. Kellogg was to leavo nt day
light for New Orleans with two freighted
barges and ono fuel bargo.
The Richmond will leave to-day at noon
City Xntloiinl Hunk Iliillilluic.
o. special attention pulJ to orders Irotn clcam
oats night or dar.u
Crystal vinegar from London nt Jor
genson's, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington nvenue. tf
" Oyhtkrs. Louis Herbeit has alwas on
hand a fresh supply of Suddlo Rock oys-
Found. That tho choicest butter is
nt Jorgensen's Stnplo and Fancy Grocery
Joroenbon has tho finest upply ot
Spanish olives In tho city. Try thorn
Go to Dr. MeQauloy for Rattingor's Fo.
ver Drops. AVarranted to euro tho chills
Jorgenson hns the
preserves for sale cheap
best East India
The best French anchovies n tho city
nl Jorgenson's. tf
Rumian sardolles at Jorgenson's ; try
Paul G. Schuh
Yarmouth bloators at Jorgenson's.
CARL L. THOMAS,
now nrenmrd to respond promptly to nil do
I 1 muiuls for his survlces,
SHOP-COR. 8TH-ST. AND CoMMERC.Vt-AY
In tlio retry IIoiimc,