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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1872,
TIM E TAHLE or Til K 1LI.II 1S CENTRAL B. R.
On and after itinlay, Ala; Utn ls:l, the follow-nxtttre-ubtr
will govern Iheairiial nd depirt-1
nr of paMigjrr tralr- nl Cilrot
lirpan Jian irnm, naiij - i'-Jj ,,,in
NEW ADYIUVf ISfiMENT
.1 i;v orlhans.
The I-'nicnnd llletfanl
J. II. JOSKf, ..Ma-ur,
Kxpreaa. dally, e I
. . . . . r iwlIU I ' 1; I
iUlllll(tl!l" W III""' , , flrmlll
r.rlt lloo-n lr"K on " "
aWiPe er.io' 10 a" important tlc".
CAIRO AND HOVH" CITY
Will ffM lrlp dally.
i.avhu , ",
At 7 "
at 1 M.Ht.P.tni
..... . tvi
Kmeraeh way, 3d centi i ticKem ior .
Will ie . when hailed, at an; Bood intermediate
andi-or panennernor freight. noiiflli.
Lr.OlNO M01 DCIVV
At e.'I'l - a.m.
I At l: P
At -... P'"1'
EVANSVILLE AND CAIHO,
GU3 FOWLEH ..Matr
Will leave Cairo for Evansville every Sunday and
ThurHay cvenlngf, at S o'cloui, p.m. 1-or
frelRrttor pMaje, apply on boird or to
JanJtf J AS. MOOS, ARt.
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
-MA 1 1. IIO.VT.
The fplendid .teamcr
CT .A.S. FISK,
Jc I'ova lr-r, Mnitrr.
Cilro lit ', dirtily excepted) at
NEW OK LEANS.
The splendid strainer
I.e n e. n. nUveon Thur- lay evening Ithout fall.
Knrfiel htor pnafie apply on board i.r nt either
of the hniliioiit",
TupwIrtT, lVlnctlny. Tlmrnlny nml
aridity, Jnn. 0, 10, II nml 13, lTl.
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The splendid tUeamer
TOM IUIIMAN ..Mailer I AI.KX. HAnD.....CIerk
Kor IreiKht or
Will leave Cilro everj Tnurday al So clock P.m.
forClrkv le.ana .anviue
iiu ooarj or 10
JA? IHOOH, Ag'l.
NAUUVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The pT.lant tteamer
OWKS UAVIS...Ma,ter I Clerk
Will leave Cairo every Patunay at 6 o'clock p.m.
for Na-hrille, CI irk.rille Mid ail way pointi. i'01
freisht or ua.42i ipplv on board r 10
JauSif. JAS. BIOGS.g't
lllnHMiins the ncenery, mulc and antiquities cl
Ireland. A new dramatic episode cntitlod
" IRISH HEARTS,"
lM.im.l.rr of lore, life ami frolic In the Kmer
ild lle. iind replele wild on and rlvnces, will
be ren'lercd bj tho 111 .ermcon Oomedy Coin.
ptny Dan. Morrl. Marie li. MwKvoy, Miss Jo
le Mom, Ml Kate llalpin, Mr. 1-an. Do'igher
ly, Mr. Chatle MacKvoy.
AdmieMon W cent. Paori open at 7: com
menec at S o'clock. Jnl.ft.
CIIAULES M. HOWE A-CO.,
No. 64 Ohio Lcvco,
I . . -.trim. Wiy nrn ntntrnl llinf f
tho criminal docket for thu npprocliing
I ll... nl.n..l ...1.t..l.
AND0U noxl ji0ti,,iy, Is 0110 of 1 ho ! rml over
known In this county.
AVo rcgrot to lenrn that on Monthly
Inst, na Kv-Oov. Mnltcxon wn? riding In n
sk'lah, nt Springlluld, wlion tho !ioro be
came roatlvo nml .Mr. .Mntlojoti vn
thrown nj'cn llio curbslono wtlh great
force and when taken up was sull'ering In
tenso pnln. It l tliotight that one or inoro
ribs nio broken.
Judgo Ilroii' conrie toward the ne
groo that liavo been brought beforo him
011 tho chargo of carrying concealed weap
on?, in tho alinpo of razor.,! liavinc a most
boliellelal oll'ect. It Is 11 fact that has
been noticed by our pollco ollloers, that
very row necroci are no-v caught car
rying theo "edgo tools."
The petition of tho Rough niid Ready
flro company for live, hundred feet of new
hose for their ViUlo or.glne, nud a like
number of feet for the Ocean j and also tho
petition of the Hibernian flro company
for llvo hundred feet of hoso for their en
gine, were granted by tho board of abler
man at the meeting on Wednesday eve
ning. The Finest Solectlon of
Jfusk, Hoc, Cologne, Rondclin, and Cash
mere lloquet Soaps
At P. 0. Schuh's.
MacEvoy s Ilibernloon was well pat
ronized lust night, tho homo being
crowded. Tlio performance, as on tho
previous night, was good, nnd tho beau
tiful panorama praised bv nil. To-night
there will bo an entire chnngo of pro
gramme, and those who favor tho com
puny with their presenco may expect nn
entertainment well worth tho price of
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The i;ood lenmer
WII.ET S1MMS.M iter 1
Will le.vu Cairo every Monday nt ! o'clock, p.m.
for Naehvilli, and nil way Ki'tt For frciKht or
pa.Ke, apply on board r lo
jinJtf JV9. ntno-i, Agt.
I'ubllalicU every mornlnir, Jf omlny ex.
ijiMiiiKAx r i n hi:t.s.
FOR SALE, 1 tiorsalo ( FOR SALE,
FOR SALE.) ForiUFOR BALE.
Fare from Liverpool
Faro from Londcnijehiiy
Fnrf from Glakoow,
JFaro from (JueesijTow.v
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $ 1 82 0
Satlord, Morrii i Ca , Ri-nt..
Liverpool .Neiv-rmk and I'hllndrlphla
Bia coxraACT with vnitco tti1asd mitiiii
For Carrying tne Mol'u.
for fassaITe tickets
or ri'KTiiiH i.sroav.TioM ,
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
15 llroadwiiy, New-York, orlo
II. II oil it,
Wahincton Avenue, Cairn. noia, 51
The Illinois Central Hi I Ho i I Company now
oflerfnr Ie the lollowin deicnld Ion in Fira
Addition to the City of Cairo, vu:
Lot 27 block S'l. Lot 21 block 82,
" U " W, a;
" 4 " f.', " " H,
' c e. " :u m,
" a " (-., " at ki.
Fortorm.elc. apply o JAMES JOIINiOM,
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDEN;:l-No. ;i llnrteenih utreet, be.
... ""-'.e.a . h,l'inuion avenue and Walnut Mrett.
umcw Mi cam inert-ib! awime, up nair.
C. W. DUNNING, M. I).
O frHUHNCR-oornerNintii and Walnut i.
uJJr.'.ecuPer '"x"' ""'",, anl levee.
ALLEN, MULKKY & Vi'tw.v.LER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
CVillmin J. Allen,
Ji.Iiii II. Jlil k),
4llll.rl I' Vh-eU'
to river and ad
mClNrlieiilar itleulioii paid
luirn i, iHiitiiir.-
OKKIi'K-Over Fii.l National Hank, Ohio I.evee
GREEN k GILRERT,
Wil'lam II, e,-ii
Willh 111 II lill,
Ml. en r.flllU-il
f(peciiH attention given to Admiralty ami
OmCK OHIOLEVEK.ItO0Mh 7 A.NIJ 8 0VKII
CITY KATIOSAI. HANK.
Thero has been a session of either one
or tho other of the boards of tho city coun
cil every night this week.
Paul O. Schuh's.
Our nttorncys generally nro getting
their business in sh.tpo for tho comin
session of the circuit court, which convenes
0.1 Mumlitj noil.
Tho fine steamer Doxtcr will leave
Cairo this morning, tor Memphis, Vicks
burg and New Orleans. Seo advertise
ment at the head o( this column.
Tlio Terpslchorean club will give it
next dunce on Friday evening of next
week. This dance nnd 0110 to bo given
,omo titno in February will bo tho last of
Associato Justice Severe Marcbildon
is suporintonding tho erection of a bridge
over tho f-tream near tho Orchard. It is
being built of stone, and, It is said, will
Ust for centuries.
Tho Pridoofthc Campbell's
P. 0. Schuh's.
Wo nro roquosted to aimounco that
Rev. Strango Brooks, of Metropolis, will
preach in the Methodist church this even
ing, at 7 o'clock. Tlio public nro ic
spectfully invited to attond.
Green .Morse, lato deputy sUerill' of
this county, died nt lus homo n?nr Dog
Tooth a few days ago. Mr. Morse was an
active, energetic inun, ami tho portion of
tho county whero ho lived has lost ono of
its best citizen'.
For the past two weeks business in
ourpolico courts lia beon extremely dull,
tho arrosts nvcrugiug about ono per day.
While this (act speaks well for tho city
in a moral way, it is not vory encouraging
for our police olboers.
Whero are you going? To tho place
number 6!), Ohio luvce, whero thny ke,-j
the best fre-di oysturs, llsh and game, n-i.l
the Illicit wines, liquors and cigar to be
round iu the city. Open at nil houre, A;
lornlKlit. J. E. Paiik
I Dusters mul liru.Uun
At Paul (!. Schuh's.
Itilrij ,..,.,(. u'tu.k u-lll annum 11 iinl.
Icy for onu U..,(,anJ doillr in tlio Life
Auoetuum, of A nvM
Goto P. U.Schulu
Nilusou Rocpii't, Ess. Iloquct
Chlnccro Itofjuet Perfumtry.
Tluro uru u nutiibur ofdeulors of
Virions kinds In tho city who
hive not yet takon out license for this
year. Their licensea will bo upt to cost
llieni ubout double what thoy would,
were they not to put thu olllcora to the
trouble of compelling them to renew
Tho following wcro the arrivals nt the
Dehnonlco hotel, Win. Winter, proprie
tor, ending 0 o'clock p.m. Jan. U, 1872.
Wash (5 ray, river, I). M. Harris, Lnion-
town, Ky.; R. Low, St. Louis, Mo R. .
Stsjons, Anna, Ills.; 0. H. Crowley, and T.
V. McFurlnnd, James' llayou, Mo.j Phil.
H. Hacker, river: C. Shick, Anna, Ills,
II. Frnlich, Vincenncs, Ind.; M. li. Smith,
Wc hnve no hesitation in recommend.
ing William Ehlers, boot and shoo maker
is worthy of most liberal patronage. 0
now whereof wo speak when we saj nu
work is done in a masterly manner nl tho
lowest prices. He uses n-jthing but the
best of stock, nnd ho cannot bo cxcolled in
tho dellcato task of making an exact fit
Givo him n call nt bis shop on Twentieth
ureet, between Washington nvenuo nnd
Poplar street, nearly opposito tho court
house, and wo will guarantoo satisfaction
- W. H. Greer, Pittsburgh, Pcnn.; Robt.
Smith, city; John O'Rrien, city; J. H
Swinfel, St. Louis, Mo.; J. S. IJarclay
citv; Jno. S. Wilkins, St. Louis; James
Andrews, Mound Citv ; Alexander Gard
ner, Chicago ; II. fc. Wheeler, Chicago;
ll. Zimmerman, Henderson, Kv.; F. 11
S'allottl, St. Louis; L. ll. Iioihn, Philadol
phia, Penn.; Oscar Hughes, Amboy, 111
1mI rimmny Hlnoinlnr'tntl, HI.; J. C
Gridltlis, Chisago; Mr. I). M. llourmcn
Chicaso; Cl. W. Mackte. city ; W. 11
Morris, city ; .1. J.J. McLwgWln, lna
0- W. Preuthis, Ind.; J. E. Ccok, Coluu
bus, Ky.; J. P. Cook, New York; J. Q
Dutcher, New York; H. L. llawley, St
Louis; Jno. C. Killlnsworth, St. Louis
0. Eusten, St. Louis; A. Connor, Carbon
bondnlo, wcro nt tho St. Charles yester
It is true that Hliuikenburg's Excel
sior saloon is now ono of tho institutions
of tho city. All drinkors who liko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
etc. go to tho Excelsior saloon, which is
Uttcd up in splendid style. Illankonburg
who knows how to keep a snloon, spreads
11 flne freo lunch every morning and eve
ning, nnd, ns ho forcibly oxpresscs it,
'Sweetens tho lunch wit'i music." Ho
lins employed tho services of n (lrst-rnto
pianUt, who makes the grand piano
which stands in ono end of tlio saloon
speak out iu musical tone. Everybody
is invited. Tho best order is maintained
and nil improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that tho Excolsior saloon
is at tho corner of Washington avenue nnd
moil daiidv ik Tin: mohnino and rven-
l.VO ALL OVKK THE CITT AUOUT OAS
Tho diseae most prevalent In the city
nt this prcsjnt writing Is "gas." On overy
s'.rcct comer, nnd In overy house, ono or
moro nlllictcd persons may bo found, all
ongnged In tho very pleasant pastlmo of
cursing Superintendent Oerould, who,
Willi a' mind guiltless of oll'onso strong
In tho knowlekgo of his own untarnished
honesty nnd ability lo count ns
unerringly ns a calculating ma
chine, pursues tho oven tenor
of his way, not caring n cuss wholhor
school keeps or not. Everybody's gas
bill is "too high," and ovorybody knows
that n screw is looso somewliorc, nnd so
everybody is nsking "what may wc do to
rcduco our bill?" Some pcoplo sny n
gas Inspector is tho nll-doslrablo remedy;
but we doubt the correctness of this belief.
Tho better way to remedy tho evil a
dead ,uro remedy for high gas bills Is
tho use of less gas. It may bo truo un
doubtedly is trim that Mr. Gcrould oc
casionally makes mistakes in counting
the meter, but it is not possible that hu
would or could charge almost cvory per
son In tho city for moro gatthnn thoy con
sume. Ho would not darn to do My such
thing. Tho fact is, more gas was used
tho city lust month than will bo used du
ring any month of tho present business sea
son. A great deal of business was done ;
tho month was cloudy, nnd darkness enme
four nnd half-past four o clock; lato
hours were kopt; gas was used
during nil tho hours of
tnrkneis nnd labor nnd tho infernal meters
kept knotching tho feet used ; nnd worsu
still, tho gcntlo Gcrould counted every foot
used nnd multiplied each thomand foot by
tho outrageous $1 60. And so, overybody
is cussing like a trooper liko our army
Flanders liko nJ small boy with n
"stumped" soro tool In the meantime,
Gorould is placid, and is wondering in his
quiet way what the d I nil tlio fuss is
11U.SIXESS IS HUSIN'ESS'
lllefore F. Hro, V. M.l
-Mnggio Smith, was up on 11 charge of
keeping a hauso of 111-famo. Sho plead
guilty, and a lino of $25 and costs was as
sessed against her, which she paid.
Hnttio Martin and Mary Farmer, both
inmates of the Perry Houso, wcro beforo
his honor chnrged with being inmates of
11 houso of ill-repute. A good many wit
nesses were sworn on both sides and thoy
"mixed things" woefully. Ihey were
fined fifteen dollars and costs each. Hav
ing no money tbey were sent to tho cala
boosa. Hell Inirlo was up on a similar
chare but not beinc ready for trial hor
enso was continued.
Nancv Scott, ns lubborly an old she
nigger as ever lived, was up on a chargo of
keeping a houso of prostitution. Sho
omployed Lincgar to see her through. She
knew Dross, and has hail cnougn of Ins
justice, so sho took a chnr.go of venuo and
carried her caso beforo Shaune3sv. Hut
tho old squiro could not seo why Nancy,
liko all other women of her tort, should
nut ountributs her share to tho rityV
coflere. Sho was fined $10 nnd the
HIDES, FURS, TALLOW AND PELTS.
Messrs. Hurnctt t: Co. nro paying St.
Louis prices for hide., , fur, etc., ns fol
Prime .Mink $1.75 to '-'.25
Raccoon 60s to COc
' Musk Rat 10 to 12
' Wild Cat -10 to 50
" Opossum 10 to 12 J
" Otter COO to COO
" Reaver Skin COO to 7.00
Hides, dry flint, per lb 18c to 20c
" Green Salt, " " 10c
" Green, Hutchers, per lb... 7 Jo to 8Jc
Hutcbers nnd trnppeH I do you remem
ber what theso nrticlcs were worth before
wo came hero? They wero worth just about
one halj of what thoy nro now ? Sustain
tlioso who benefit you. Tho nbovo price,
can bo depended upon.
HunxETT & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, 111.
(Itcrular mcotuigol lho of AMetmcnij
Mclcalf, Heardoii, Swaync, AVuldcr nnd
Winter 7. x
Aid. Renrdcn In tho chair.
On motion of Aid. Winter, it was oriW
cd tbnt nil petitions nwaltlng action bo
Tho potltlon of tho Hibernian lire com
pany for 000 feet hoso nnd n 20 foot suc
tion, which hnd been referred to tho com
mltteo on lire department, wns reported
back by snld commlttco recommending
that tho prayer of tlio the politionors bo
granted. Aldermnii Fitzgoruld moved lo
grant as recommended. Carried as follows
Ayes Huder, Fitzgerald, Motcalf, Rcnr
den, Swaync, Wuldor nnd Winter 7
Tho samo committee, to whom was re
ferred tho petition of tin Rough nnd
Ready flro company for 500 feet hoso for
tho " Haby " and 503 foot for tho " Oconn,"
reported the same back witli tho recom
mendation that tho petitions' prayer bo
Aldorman Huder moved lo grant. Carried
by tho following vote: Ayes Hudor,
Htzgorald, Metcalf, Rearden, Swnyne,
w iililur nnd inter 7. Nav 0.
ihu.nmo committee also retiorl bnck
tho petition nf n number of residents of
Sixth street coiiccii.tL' tho frnmn ahnnlv
stiuato on mat street, btv,.nt! Commer
cial nnd Washington nvenuef. t:ii com
mltteo recommended that Mr. E. I-. Da-.
bo requested to remove tho hay from said
building, nnd be restrained from etoring
any conbustiblo material thcrin, unless thu
building bo substantially nnd thoroughly
ropnircd. On motion of Aid. Metcalf tho
petition was granted nnd tho recoiumd-
ution of tho committee concurred in.
Tho petition of Mnthow Lilltnof Chica
go prnylng tho council to issuo to him
duplicato city orders to tho amount of
$1 11.75 in lieu of tho original destroyed in
tho great flro iu Chicago, which had been
referred to tho flnanco committee, was re
ported back recommending that the prayer
of the petitioner bo granted.
Alderman Winter moved that tho re
port bo received nnd they bo authorized to
draw orders on tlio city trentircr in favor
of Mr. Laflin in lieu of tlio orders alleged
to have beon destroved. Carried ns fol
lows: Ayes Huder, Fitzgorald, Met
calf, Rearden, Swnyne,) Waldcr and Win
ter i. Nav 0.
On motion of Alderman Wnlder tho
board then adjourned.
M. J. Howlev, City Clork
AUIUVl'.D AND HHI'AllTriD.
Wentnor. Whero from. Whero lo.
Illinois Columbus ....Columbus.
Qulcktop Evaiisvlllo ...Evansvillo
"out? .Mempliln.,.Meniplus M. J.oilt
Hslfast N. OrlentM... Loulvillo
Judgo Hake ....Smlthland....Smlthland
a yrnnn Nn.l.vlll,.
TllOliln.nli tlnnt, . V Mid
Yap.moutii bloalom nt Jorgfinson'n.
Paul G. Sohuh soils RattlngorV medi
'-'O.MllTION 01' THE KIVEUS.
At dark l,t nlt .). rivcr . t,j,
point remained atatlonary as shown by
The Moiiongahela river la falling slowly
with G feet 0 Inches in tho channol.
Twonty-two feel nt Cincinnati and fall
At Louisvillo tho decline has com
menced, nnd thcro is 2 feet In tho canal,
nnd 6 feet on the rocks.
At Evaiisvlllo tho rlso continues slowly.
Cumberland Is falling with less thatib
foot on Harpoth Shoals.
Tlio Mississippi remains very low nnd
navigation has been suspended on account
of tlio ice. Largo Holds of it floated past
this city yesterday fllling the river from
bank to bank nnd mndo a loud nolso as it
passed on its way down. Holow hero uv
ery thing Is clear and tho river is in n
Russian surlellcs nt Jorgonson's i try
I. I - - .- f
Tin: best French nnchovles n the city
nl Jorgenson's. If
JoiuiK.Vfo.v Las tlio best East India
pri'sorvi." fur stile cheap. If
Go to Dr. MeOiiuloy for Huttlnger's Fe
ver Drops. Wiirrnntod to euro tho chills
.lonoKNsoN 1ms tho finest supply ol
Spanish olives In tho city. Try them
CltTSTAI. vinegar from Londun nt Jor
genson's, corner of Twentieth street nnd
Washington nvvnue. tf
Koit new citron, ornngu and lemon
peel, go to Jorgenson's corner of Twen
tieth ktrt'utnnd Washington avenue, tf
Pk.uk, Fiikan, v: Co'n London biscuit
always on hand, corner Twontlelh nnd
Washington avenue. tf
Whiuht'h iiu plus uttru inlticod moa
prepared oxprnasly for family uso, nt Jor-gonsnn'i.
mi'DiiTU) M ilugn grapes nt Jorgon
son's, corner of Twentlolh street nd
Washington avenue. tf
Sago's Catarrh Remedy
Price's Golden Medical Discovery
ntP. G. Schuh's.
V. D. RKXFURD Proprietor
coaxn onto uvi ,VB ttc0u tr
Tht Only Firti-Cfott Jlox it in the Ciiy
aW BaKKage convayed to nd from ll Depot
Ni f har. ril
II. LEW A CO. S 1'IIICE LIST THE IIIfllll.'ST
Tho firm of II. L'jvy & Cj , OS Ohio
lovee, dealer-, In furs, ol nil descriptions,
hides, talliiw,fi'iithers, wool, vie., uri' build
ing iipittrn.lo nnd eiiriilng for thomsol
vu n bui-ltiess rt'putaliiin second to no
houso in tho city. In their dealings with
tliolr ciistuincrs, thoy urn lmnorablo nnd
iiiiriglil, rcproioiiting onlv facts. For
articles in tliolr lino thoy pay tlio highest
iaili prices. Holow will bo found a list of
tlio nrticlcs In which they deal, together
with tho ruling prices In this market :
Mink 50 to 52 00
Raccoon lo to fiO
Muk rats fi to VJ
Wild cut lo to 10
Otter 1 00 to 0 00
ucaver r,u to
Hear skins 2 00 to
HIDES l'Elt POUND,
Deer skins 20 to
Hcof hides, dry tlinl 17 to
" " green null '.I to
Calf hides 12 to
, OTHKIt AHTICLES IT.lt POUND.
Wr 00 to
,k::riu'-. 25 to
" 've H'1-.vmlo,,,
Great Inducements to any ono wish
ing to buy u llut-elahs piano or organ.
E. iV: W. Huder olliji their eutiro 6tock in
tho jiluno and orgun lino ut tho actual
cost of tho instruments. Thoy tiro desir
ous of closing out tho stock so that thoy
muy use tho room for Jowclry munufuctur
i aru subject to cor
On nil grain received In Moro n im llf.
tr thu Kith InKtnnt, our clituno rr .,,-
igo will bu onu cent pur bushel fur thu llr.i
11. .1 . . ,l
iivuimti or jnri oi Kuiiir-, ami ouuliiAlr
cent, per bushel for rach succeeding ton
days or part of sumo. And for Lngylng,
uno cent pur bushel for outs, and ono nnd
one half cents por bushul for other uruln,
J. it E. lll'CKINOIIAM.
Cairo, Jan. -I, 1872. Jiiuiilw
Thoro are now conflnod iu tbo countv
JiiUin the neighborhood of fifty prisoners,
. . . i
may ay, as man tore,
ckrd with, we
Found. That tho choicest butter Is
i at Jorgonsen's Staple nnd Funcy Grocery
o nro informed that mad dogs nro
ttbout, moro numerous than is agreeable to
thoe. who, liko us, luro indisposed to
hydrophobia. To-day, Officer Hillingsly
shot two canines In the fourth ward and
Officer Robertson killed onu In tho sumo
ward. All of them wero unmistakably
u fleeted with rati iff, if mapping til uvory
tiling and foaming tit the mouth uro any
evidences of madness. It bohoovtui tho
city officials to tako measures to put a stop
ioU .u,tsr y iiniiicUla'.o precaution.
FEATHERS ! FEATHERS 1
H. Levy & Co., nt No. 03 Ohio loven,
linvoon hand and for snlo in quantities to
suit purchasers, ono thousand pounds of
good feathers, Thoy will bo sold nt prices
within tho reach of tbo poorest. Fumillos
suppled nt rensonnblo rates. doc 12-tf
Notice. Tlio best entertainment in
tho city is at tho St. Nicholas hotol, saloon
nnd restaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin nnd piano. Good lunch
uvory morning und night. All of tho
finest brands of cigars, and tho best St,
Louis lager beer, always fresh and nice.
Givo us n call.
II AmiT Walkkii. Proprietor.
Don't hawk, hawk, spit, spit, blow,
blow, and disgust ovorybody with your cn
tarrh nnd Its oflonsivo odor, when Dr.
Sago's catarrh remedy will speedily de
stroy all odor and arrest nil discharge
Mahriaok Guide. lnloroHlng work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
00 cent. Addrnss Dr. Mutts' Dispensary
No. 12 N0Pth Eighth Street, St. Louis
jlo. Bco Advertisement. tf
Ovsteiis. Lgus Herbert has nlwas on
hund a fresh supply or Saddlo Rock oys
(Conlcnsed from our nxchang.)
Tho Odd Fellows' order of Marlon Is
In n prosperous cond ition.
Hoover nnd Owsns, escaped prisoners
rnim the iniamson county jail, nave
been re-arrosted. Moth were iujurcd while
making their csenpo.
-Financially ,Willinmion county is in a
bad wav. Says tho Progress :
Tho financial alliiirs of our county are
in a disastrous condition uinlrous to
tlio prosperity of the county now, and tlis
tKtrous to its futuro welfare, if tho presont
stuloof iilfuirs is allowed to continue. Just
think of it I Our countv orders 'hawked'
about the streets nt 50 cents on the dollar
und no demand lor them nt that !
-There wero threo births in Hnrrisburg
on New Year's day.
Dr. C. Hakor last week captured.
caged and has now on exhibition & large
Dog cholera has doprived Abraham
Raum of Salino of thirty of his hogs.
Peter Robinson of Hnrrisburg had
issued to him in December n patent for
a "sorghum evaporator."
Forty convicts have botn nddod to
thu M. E. Church, of Hnrrisburg, during
n rovivul now in progress there.
Shawncetown has him now. Ho was
born in Essex county, Virgina, in 1702,
and though ho wasn't u body servant yd'
Gen. Wellington, ho often held that gen
tleman's horio when the latter viiitcd his
master, Col. Gordon. Ills namo Is "Old
Nigger Jones " and ho canio to Shnwnec-
town only seventy years ago.
Great variety tit Schuh's.
THE COLORED SCHOOLS-
THE t'ni.tillEH PEOPLE AND THE TEACIIEKS
OK THE COLOIUHl SCHOOLS AN I.SMl'Nl'
Cniio, 111., Jnn. ', In".',
T.dilor of tho Cairo llullellln :
I noticod in your papor some timo ago,
a complaint by tlio colored pcoplo of
Cairo, in relation to tho tenchors of tliolr
free school", which tho directors seom to
troat with un air of unconcern und tlio
pcoplo ns things that woro to bo boasted of.
Hut sir, what was wrong tho last week is
wrong this weok. My ndvlco is, to got out
r,n injunction und stop the monoy that
theso diroetors draw to pay thoso toachurs,
until the colored people aro satisfied upon
the subject of tho enforcing of the school
law. Yours Truly,
Deacon Wm. Aiieii.vathy.
WKATIIEIt AND HL'SlNESS.
Tho wenther yesterday was clear and
spring like, with n gcntlo breeze from tho
Tho lcvco presented nn ncllvu uppenr-
nnco atiitni; tho entiro day, and ii large
amount of buslnoM was transacted.
Freights nro plenty and rates fntr
The Sam Vail camoofl'tho docks yester-
tin v and took on board n load of salt for
Forky Door creek. Sho Is about the size
of ii " Dutch oven."
Tho yawl "Hnby'' nrrivtd from La
Mere, in ballast to Nourril ic Co., re
ports much colic aboard. Ship "Matri
mony,'' chartered by Messrs. Ladd & Lass
to carry infantry, was spoken 1G days out
with a number of lad v passengers bound
for Eldorado nnd n market. Ship " Rich
Uncle,' long slnco given up as lot, arrived
from India with a valuablo cargo to
Messrs, Nephews; cargo uninjured but
vessel too old and battered for further use.
Hark "Hridc, " laden with honey, was
spoken ono day out from Port Home,
bound for Ningnrn, had a tender in tow,
and reports pleasant wcathor with symp
toms of n squall nhcad. Sloop "Mother-in-law"
arrived tiucxpcctly with nn
assorted cargo of pickles, popper, vinegar
and mustard. Sho is consigned by the
captain to Messrs. Henedlct fi Co., sugar
merchants, avIio aro ready to dispose ot her
and her cargo on nlmost any terms.
Thu Fisk camo in with n good trip. The
Look Out hns laid up for a fow days
Pliu old veteran Davy Diner was nt tho
Delmonico hotel yesterday. 'I he Hcr-
tram nnd Great Republic wcro nlong
sido transferring freight. Tho Tyrone
loaves fur .Memphis to-dny, certain.
Tho Judgo linker from Smlthlatid
brought a loud of empty barrels.
Al lnrk l.i ;Kl.i thu Iloxlcr had linr
uuiirds nearly on tho water nnd was still
The crow of tho Belfast let n hogshead
sugar In the rivcr at tho Mono depot yes
New French prunes, currants
raisins always on hund nt Jorgenson's
groscry store. If
Economy. My usii.g Mrs.
syrup for children, many a doctor's blfl can
bo saved, and much suffering averted.
Rend tho advertisement in another column
Fon Sale. A cottngo on 12th stroot
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
botisos complete. Apply to
W. W. TuonsTON.
Sleeping Rooms ron Kent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Hank building. Apply to
At City National Hank.
MRS. M. S WANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Commrrcliil A nine, nirpoltr l.lllo
nml 1 1 n llinrii'a
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made ts order, or Heady-Made.
Hat received a full and complete .lock ct pctli,
tho newent and complete.! iu the cdy An lm
men.o varlly o:
RIIlBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
the olfera pre.1t ltnlucetnt4 to her patron and
II i.thcr. tortll on her.eiMiuln tb price., .t)Iea
.I quality of her KOoJ..
Mr. Kwander, l.avirK foil her property. "HI
eb tho whole of llie.i. koo.I. at aoil)l'eIow coat.
Now i the time to Kir'-lia Cntutrn4 goodv
at tho very lowe-l price..
torday, while sho was discharging. It
sunk in fifty feet wntcr.
Tho Glencoe. Grand Towor. City of
Chester, John F. Tollc nnd .Mohawk wcro
all duo last night from St. Louis.
of nil kinds and nt nil prices
at P. G. Schuh's.
Piano Tunino. Parties wishing their
pianos tuned will ploaso address C.
Robbins at postoillco, or loavo word with
his brothor. Prion S'5,00 or 51,00 a year, in
cluding atloust two 'unlngs nnd ordinary
repairing, strings, &e.
Fort good photogrnphs, porcolain plo
tures, or old pictures lo bo copied, call or
Thomas, No, 121 Commercial nvoiiuo. Uf
as good workman. Givo him n trial,
Tho Hellnst arrived from New Orleans
nnd discharged horen largo amount of
sugar und molasses. Sho had nlno cages
of wild animals belonging to John Robin
The Thompson Dean laid ovor until
yesterday evening and cleared with n
good trip of freight and a largo number of
Tho Hollo Memphis now on hor way to
St. Louis will probably find something to
doin tho way of rendering nsslstanco to
tho packets that nro reported aground.
Tlio barges of tho Mohawk nro rground
above GrandTowcr and tho Hco is helping
get them off.
Tho Tyrono enmo In from Nashville
bringing a fair freight and n c.ibin filled
Huforo Nat. Pepper left tho wharfboat
ho made Frank Hundley a very lino pres
ent, which is a cur root likeness of tbo
givor. Frank Is very prou 1 of it.
The City of Helena made tho run fiom
Hulonato Memphis in 8 hours.
Nono of tlio coal tows havo reached
hero yet, but several aro looked for to-day.
The river has n good stngo from Louis
villo out, nnd they can come along nil
right. Carpenters aro at work building n
bulk head in tho Sun Hale, nnd it is
thought sho will bo raised.
Our harbor is woll supplied with wreck
ing boats nt present. Tlio Eckert and
Aid nro both here, waiting for something
to turn up or down, thoy don't euro
which, so Unit they have n finger in tho
Capt. Jones retains command ot tho
Doxtor nnd will bnck hor out for Now Or
leans this morning.
Hruco Hunter is said to havo fainted
when ho heard of tho death of Jim Fisk.
Ho was rellovcd by nil old lady rticking n
bottle of camphor to his nose.
Tho Junius Howard Is coming up with
2000 tons Ohio river freight.
Tho tug Rlpont laying at Memphis was
bcuttlod by some ono n fow nights slnco
nnd sunk In 40 foot wutor. Sho was valuod
nt 51,000. A discharged engineer is ens
pectcd to hnvo done it.
Navigation in tho Mississippi rivcr has
beconio dangerous again on account of tlio
ico. Thoro aro sovoral steamers ovor do"
from that river.
City National Dnuk nnlldlng.
-special attention paid to cnlrs Irom steam
t) oats nlp.ht or dY.V
CARL L. THOMAS,
now prepaied to reiponJ promptly to all de
mand fjr hu service..
SUOP-COIl. 8TII-8T. AND COMMERCAL-AY
In the Perry House.,
I It V O O O I) N.
71. FALL-WINTER. 72
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