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Tiur. tiiil t! nv tii if ii.i.i vnm pRVTitA
Oh urn) Itr Sunday, M' h Irtl. "I J ,
nx lin.e-4.bl will ,rown Ihf rrl- nd l,',',,
or of paasinrfer trains nt Calrf
iriari irain, iiauj, If'jJlini
. ,?r:v",ir : M."n.
Kipre... dally, c.coff HuHy M ,."
Noiha,.,r.pfwsironiiiroi St. Lou is. (
m 'tg Ro,i-n WpinK cars on wM
Wtiif elitclcd to nil Important points.
CAIRO AND 3tOUXi CITY
U'ilfmK" three trips dully.
.. , ., i.m. I At C 30 a.m.
' n. M ' P ro
il 4 jrj ..-p.tii. A I ! ..p.m.
Fre.wli ay, ' cents i W thkets for li fA
Will Isii ,wheu hailed, at any t wl intermediate
aodmglor passengers or ireim,
EVANSV1LLE AND CAIRO,
The fine sir amer
OUB FOWLER Master
Will leave Cairo for Ctansvllle every Sunday and
Thursay evenings, at 1 o'clout, p.m. for
freiflnt or psiirge, apply oa board or In
JauSif JA". IIIGOS, Agt.
CAIRO AND I'ADUCAII
MA II, IIO.iT.
Tfie splendid steamer
Cilro I'iV, i4inliy excfptei) at 4
For lrUhtor r pi' on boarilor
J.IS. IIIW1N, Ag'l.
Cnmbcrlntul Itlvor lMckcti
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The splendid steamer
TOM nAHMAN-Miuter I Al.V.X. HARD..... Clerk
Will lesreCiirci everj Tnurday at 5 o'clock p.m.
forCIsikaville, and Nabvllle. For Ire'ht or
rsxiee, ep.ly on ooard or to
'jaaSll' " J. BIORH, Ag't.
NAtiUVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
OWkN DAVIi...Ma.ter I Cle rk
Will If ate Cairo every Satur 'ay at ..'clock p.m.
for NahTilir,Clirkrillpniil atlway poluu. For
irriKut or (nAag4 ppiy on uiarti nr io
JAS. HIOUS, Ag't.
NASUVILLE, CLAIMCSVILLE AND
The good steamer
WIT.ET SlMMS...Mater ner
Will Itite Cairo etery Monday at S o'clock, p.m.
far NahTille, and nil po'ts For freight or
JAS. BlOGi, Agt.
uiMiim ant Tn iii;Ts.
) For Sale ( FOR SALE,
Fro from Liverpool,
Fare from Londcnukiip.t
Faro from ULAt-oow,
Fro from QL'KE.NnTow.s
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $18'
Saflonl, Morris & L'a
Liverpool ,ew.rok and PhllmUlphiM
Ml C0XT11CT WITH I'VITCD JTATrslSD nitllll
For Carr)ing tne Malls,
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa ricnira isroautnoK
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
li Broadway, New. York, or to
Washington Avenre, rirn. nnis. 51
i on nam:
The Illinois Central Rt I Kill Comuny now
caerforaaletholollowiiigdescribdd loina firs
Addition to the City of Ouro, vu :
Lot iT block . I.ot L'l block i-;.
" '' 20. " '-'J "
6 ri m p
" 0 u, :u k,"
" s Si IV
For terms.ete. apply to JAMT.S JOII.VsOV,
8,1 " Ait-n' .
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. 1).
w rr r i n a
ijrtsiuii.iijrij. 'Zl I'hiftAe,!, .... . . i.
umcq i2oomiHrem Hvenu, up Main,
C. W. DUNNING, M. I).
R1J!'iK:,:'!?E-,ornerXinth and Walnut sts.
um""""-'"'' m. to I in . and 1 p.m
ALLEN, MULKHY & vw.klEK
COUNSELORS AT LAY)
tVilliam J.Allen, "I
Johu II. Muiks-y, V CAIHO, 1U.1N01H.
wsrl'srtieular attention paid to rlrer and ad.
OFFICK-Ovcr First National Hank, Ohio I.eree
GREEN k GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
vm an, ll. een
Willi. m u fi ll,,,i
WFneciai attention ulreu to rlmitli .,,,i
orrici oino lkvke, rooms 7 and 8 ovitit
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
J. D. UEXPORD Vropriotor
i axo IICOMD IT,,
The Only Firtf-Clatf Houu in tht CtVy
mr esfjaie conTtytc is sa uoa tea xxpoi
at 7 nYtoek, Mr llm t t '" ''""""
t'in IMMUIK VIC'
1U ,M I. r ...... Vti
f X.U1 A 1ST A,
p.. i: .SK:.,.:.M..'et I. HTl'rr NKI l tk
u-ill I iate Hi nlmva. "nndiy ii-en.tiK, Jininty
b ;Ali t r t the ofiioe of eit Iit t HriT
Mill. po4ltuly. For frniil.t or pnMtcn. apply on
J .UU 31
F0K.MEM1MIIS, VICKtillL'KO AND
The- rxcrllent pajjenifi-r t.vkM
IIKU. IT I'KMIKUOIIit 0 "k
l.rnrc" l itc. on Mimlay tncrnii g, January
lllh. For lie'Rht or pni! npp y on hoard, ur
at the otllce t cither lmrftont. "U
MRS. M. SWANDEB,
DEALER IIS MILLINERY
LADI?:.S FURNISniNO GOODS,
Cointnrrelnl Avrntir, oiiokIIp r.lllo
CLOTUING FOR LADIES' WEAK
Made to order, or Readyltade,
Has recelred a full and complete Mock of goo la,
the newest and comple lfl In the city. An im
mense rarity ol
RIBBOXS, LACES AND FRINGES
a. .Ff.r. rreat Inducemats to her nitrons and
all olhere to Pall on her.eiaiiilni the prices, t)le
n.i quality of her goods.
Mrs. Swander, having soi l her proprly, will
tali the hole of these ood nt nuit below coi.
.tow 1 the time to purrhaie Cnnstmas goods
at the try lowest prices.
fUtUCKRIIW AND DRY OOOD.S.
oral ts in
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATH AND CAP, ETC.,
Has Just recelred a henry stock of Boots and
Hioes, Hosiery and .Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASI,VERY CHEAP
He alio has a hne stock of Family Groceries ol
milX UK STXTILST. AND COMMER
CI A L-A V.,
I'libllNlml every miirnliiif, Mondny er..
PlcHsnlit tiny yeAtpritny.
Tlic Odd Fellows nit )nt niglit.
Ohio rfvor iilxnit stntionnrv nt tills
llusine.s on the lovee wns brisk yoi
terdny. I'at. Fitzgerald has for snlo a largo
stock of as fine wine in wn? ever brought
Tho second session of Charlio liar,
dy's dancing i-chool will commence on
Opossum and sweet potatoes at the
Dolmonico hotel this morning at ten
Paul G. Schuire.
There will be a regular meeting of
Cairo council, No. -M, R, and S. .Ma
sons, nt their hull, tills evening.
Tho board of aldermen will meet in
special session for thu transaction of
Kpeciul business, nt the council chamber,
Wanted, to rent u piano for a abort
time. Any peron having ti piano to rent
will plcaso address Rim.i.kti.v office, stat
ing terms. janl'.M.It
A number of our German friends In
dulgvd In a Mect llttlo social gntheting u
night or two since, and gpunt n fuw hour
Tho Pride of thu Campbell's
P. G. Schuh'8.
The fourtv ,iun,. r,i, nt, Tnm.
slcliorcancltib w, ,,.., in
January 1'Jth. Tim
mi, " lb
rico of admission to
this bull will bo H
U. I.... I., o,
unii. i --ui.
Tlio steamer Ind'mtm, ,t .
commander, will leavo Cairo i,. " . '
evening, Hth liut., lor Memphis, v, ,'
burg und New Orleans. See ad."
tisement in another column.
I he lino steutner l'nulino Carroll
Jus. Y'orc, coinumnder, will leavo Cairo on
Sunday morning, Hth Inst., for Memphi',
Vlcksburg und New Orleans. Sio ndvui
tisement nt tlio head of this column.
Tho Finest Selection of
Musk, Rose, Cologne, Rondolia, and Cash
mere Roquet Soaps
At J'. G. Sohuh's.
In Yesterday's paper wo stated thut
Squire Sliannessy ha'l llnod Nancy Scott
$10 and costs on a clinrgo of keoping a
houso of ill-repute. Wo wero mistaken.
Nancy employed Mr. 1). T. Linegar to do
fond her, and was jicqulttcd,
Mr. H. Levy, of the firm of II. Levy
Si Co., dealers in hides, furs, etc., returned
, ywurday from trip to Arkansas, whers
THFj CAIRO DAILY
. . i .
ho tins '"" l,uJ',nK 110 ciinriuri-u
tliu nenmcr ''Wild "WaKuncP," which will
,,rrvo tit this poltit hidun with furt, lildo,
cto., In n fow duyf.
Thirty cents n wool will soeuro a )o'
ley for ono tliotisnnJ dolluss In tlio Lifu
Aisouliitloii of Aniorlcn. A food invest
ment fur n young mini. l'r purtictiiitM
ajiply to Curl L. Tliomit", special agent,
lly Invitiition of the, oIllctH of tlm
itunmer Great Ropnblle, n largo number
of the young folks congrcgnloJ on bonrd
thnt beautiful bout, last night nnd for sev
eral hours, enjoyed themselves by Indulg
ing In dancing, eating, etc.
The committee- appoint id by the Cairo
. . tt i . i
Cnsslno, to innko prcpnrntlons for their
grand ntihlver.ary mnsqucrudo bnll nnd
upper, which will bo given on I ildny
evening, Fobrunry Mil, nro doing their
best to mako It nil occasion of which they
limy all feel proud.
Thero was nnother good ittidlcnco at
the Atlieneum lat niglit to soo Mnc"
Evoy's Hlbernlcon, nnd If we nro iillowcd
to Judge from their ticlloin, tlioy were well
pleased with tlio enlertnlnmcnt. The
company will glvo their Inst performance
in this city to-night.
-Great inducements to any ono wish
ing to buy n first-class plnno or organ.
E. & W. Ruder olfoi their entire stock in
tlio piano nnd organ lino at tho nctual
cost of the instrument". They nre desir
ous of closing out tho stock so that tliey
may use tho room for Jewelry manufactur
Go to 1. G.Schuir.
Xllsson Roquet, E. Roquet
Ctilnecso Roquet l'erfumtry.
Tho committee of arrangements of tlie
Hibernian lire company have settled
upon Monday evening, February 12th, as
tho time, and Scheol's hall the place for
their ball and supper to como oil". The
committee are leaving no stone unturned
to mako tlio nll'air it success. They are
working like so many beavers, nnd if tho
ball is not a success in every particular, it
will not be their fault.
In the proceedings of tho United
States Scnnts of the 10th Inst., wo find the
following: On motion of Mr. Logan, the
secretary of the interior was requested to
inform tho senate whether the railway
from the maui.h of tho Ohio river to Mo
bile has been constructed, as contemplated
by the act of 18o0, donating public lands
to facilitate its construction ; and if not,
what steps have been taken to complete it.
"Wo havo no hesitation in recommend
ing William Fillers, boot and shoe maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. We
know whereof wo speak whon we saj nu
work is dono in a masterly manner at the
lowest prices He tues n-jthing but tho
best of stock, nnd he cannot bo cxcelW in
tho delicate tail; of making an exact Q'..
Give him n call at his .'hop on Twentieth
troft, wt weon AVnalilnijtoil IlVcnilO nlld
Poplar street, nearly opposito tho court
house, nnd wo will guarantee satisfaction.
Jack AVinter has boon hnving tho
billiard tables in tho saloon at tho Del-
tnonlco liotul recovered, nnd uivon them a
general overhauling. Tiioy aro now as
good as when they wero first
put up; the truth of which
tiicortion can bo best ascertained by
giving them a trial. To-day nt ten o'clock
a freo lunch, consisting .f tho bo-t the
market nllords. including opossum and
sweet potatoes, will bo tot nt the hotel.
Citv Marshal Cain arrcated n well
dresed gentleman ycstetdiy afternoon
for making too free use of his revolver.
Ho went about tlio lovco flourishing that
weapon in a manner entirely too reckless.
When tlio marshal requested him to put
it up, ho becumo very indignant, nnd
threatened to put "windows" in Cuin's car
cass In more places than ono. A heavy
blow oil tho head from tho marshal's
walking stick settled hlin, nnd ho wus
lodged in tho calaboose.
Pat. Fitzgerald, of tho Sample Rooms,
lias received the appointment of agent for
tho salo of thu llammondsport, N. Y.,
Urban tin Wino Company's wines in tills
city. If tho bottle with which wo woro
yesterday preento.l is iv sainplo of tlio
quality of lliesu winos, then wo aro pro
p'ircd to fiy that tlioy nro nmong tho best
wo havo ever tasted. I Id his just
received a largo coiisignmont, whieh he is
prepared to s.ill ut tho lowest llururi.
Ho has also on hand n largo and complete
stock of tho vitriol brands of Irish,
Scotch nnd American whiskies, nnd wines
of uvery variety Janl2dtf.
Thomas L. Watson, City ; C. L. Ste
venson, Lust St. Lonb ; C A. Heck, Con
trallu; R. Cann, W. C. White, Jt. W.
Urown, Dawson Rlackmore, Cincinnati ;
E. Welsh, Rloomingtou, James Morris,
Cpo Girardeau ; E. Itniwiiell, J, II.
Ervltl, Chicago , K. V. lyi;liuruti ami
wife, Michigan; M. Z. Amos, Rutland:
11. R. Don n mi nnd son, Michigan; John
R. Henry, Mound City ; .1. A. Rroluski
St. Louis , Geo. Swift, Wheeling ; J. II.
Kotner, Atlanta ; T. NV. Ruddocks, Now
Orleans; Geo. W. Hoss, Q. ilney ; V. C.
Gore, Goroivillu. Tlio abuvo woro among
tho arrivals at tho St. Cliarlos yesterday.
Il is true that Rlunkenburg's Excel
sior saloon is now on.) of tlio Institutions
of tho city. All drinkers who llko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
'o. no to tho Excelsior stloon, which is
,v up in splendid stylo, lllaiikenburg
wltoki,1V(1) jl(JW l0 kCOp 8notm( spreads
""unch ovory morning und ovo
"l !' ,lls forcibly oxpressos lt;
iuiiv.1, w,tU music." Ho
lias employed tlm ,crvkt, of fl t
lllMtlltlt M'll.V 1.
wbich'.tand I " "!? l'!"0
spenk out in musical
is invited. The best order in ttMxJl ?
and all improper characters supprosse,,
vtiiii inaniuss.eiieapiiessanaiiispnteli. Kv
erybody knows Hint tho Excelsior saloon
is at tbo corner of Washington avenue nnd
Sovoral days ago wo took occasion to
refer lo ono Chas. II, Read, who a few days
sinco visited this city, and introduced him
self to a number of our business men is
correspondent of cverl well.known
BULLETIN, FRIDAY. JANUARY 12, 1872,
. , ... i i t
Journals. Sinco then wo havo received iii
formation that lias led us to bellevo that
Mr. Rend is n first-class fraud. Jiofore
leaving Cairo Mr. Road wont on board tho
now steamer City of Helonn, and to tho of
ficers of that boat represented himself as it
newspaper correspondent, and Intimated
that ho would llko to go down tho river on
her for tlio purpoo of wrlfng up tho re
ception which it was tin lorstood would be
given In honor of tho boat on her arrival
at Hulenn. At first the ofllcers wero In-
cllne.l to ticcept his proposition, nnd
ottund to him nn Invitation to accom
pany tho boat j but boforo leaving
Ctiro they became convinced that -nr.
Read wns not what ho represented himself
to be, nnd Informed him Hint If ho wished
to go down on their boat lio would havo lo
pay his furo the snino as any other passeng
er. Ho came down with the monoy, nnd
paid hU passngi to Memphis. Tho nest
wo hear of him Is nt tho latter place, and
havo reason to believe that ho has added
Tin: RUI.I.F.TIN to tho list of nowspapers
for which ho claims lo be travelling cor
respondent. If we nro right, and we be
lieve wo aro, nil we htvo to say is,
that Mr. Chas. II. Read Is in no way what
ever connected with The Eullf.ti.v.
Tho following wero the arrivals at tho
Dilmonlco hotel, Wm. Winter, proprie
tor, ending 0 o'clock p. m., Jnn. lo, ls72i
Dr. F. II. Holllday, Dr. J. A. Willintns,
Metropolis, III. J R. Crnndle, J. Vance,
Shnwncetown, 111. J T. Green, C.iledonia,
III. J K..M. Liton, Vllln Ridge III.; James
Fields, Columbus, Ivy. ; Clias. Trenton, J.
Ralley, St. Loul?, Mo. ; R. Campbell, City j
John Gibson, Cincinnati, O. i I rank
Wndo, Miss Mollio Slmms, Metropolis,
III.; Fred. Stlcken, Cin., O. ; Gus Helm,
City F. M. Yuck, St. Louis ; T. R. R.
Gos'lin, River ; M. Mayflo'd,, C. P. Man
Ing, Mitchcllvllle, III.; R. Levy, St. Lou
is; J. I. Nowotnv, Greensville, Ind. ; R.
F- Rrvant, R. E. Cavncr, Dog Tooth,
Rend; Jno. Mitchell, Carsvllle, Ky.; Jacob
Heard, Carbonado, III. ; J. A. Throp, Du-
Quoin, 111. j James Clonnn, City; J. F.
Vogol, St. Louis ; Isaac Hrockin, Mouth
Ohio River ; S. S. Mausurer, Ashley, III.;
Moso Grav, River ; W. C. Arm
strong, Metropolis; H. T. Ashton, River;
Phil. H. Hacker, river; W. S. VlnyarJ,
Jacksonville, Illinois; Oily Rruum, str.
Heilmnn; John Strlngor, steamer Indi
ana ; . l'rine, river ; i-.uwaru v aro,
river ; James Stone, Wilford, Ky.; Wil
liam Jones, Ccntralta, Ills.; 1). I-rank
Rrynnt, Charleston, Ills.; J. M. Grant,
Grand Chain, Ills.; Joseph Y. Clcmson,
Caledonia, Ills.; Herman Myers, Cairo;
Capt. John Sprat, Columbus ; J. 31.
Vernon; Geo. Thompson
llWore 1). Hhannexy, I. M
Thero wns Tory llttlo dono in tbo pa
lico court ysstcrday.
Mann Hurlv, n colored woman, wns
arrested on complaint of a colored gentle
mui numnil Jim Stack, for nslns abusive
and od'enslvo language. Jim sworo hard,
and by swoarlng convinced the old 'Squlro
tint .Maria wns entitled to n llvo dollor
fine, which, together with tho cosls wns
assessed nsalnst her. Hho rmiJ.
- Maria, not to bo out done, nb
t'tincd it warrant for Mr.
Jnmcs Stack, charged with using abus
sivo and offensive language. Jim plead
not guilty, but the evidence ngainst him
was pretty strong, and ho was charged two
dollars and tho trimming', for not having
better control of his unrulv momber. Ho
ptid part and gtvo security for the bal
ance. John Thompson, a young man from
the country, was in tho city day boforo yoi
terday. In tho evening he fell In with sever
al young men, who nt once took n liking to
young Thompson nnd proposed to him to
tnko a stroll through tho city. He was will
ing and tho party started. Arriving in n
secluded part of tho city, ono of Thomp
son's new mado friends, dtow from his
packet n flask containing what ho pronounc
ed excellent whisky, and Thompson
was invited to stmplo It, which ho
lid. After drinking twico from tho bot-
tlo he bocamo diz.y, nnd in a short timo
was unconscious. Ho know no moro until
yesterday morning, whan ho awoke and
found hlmsolf in tho calaboose. Ho claims
that tho men witli whom ho was in com-
piny, drugged him, nnd thon rilled his
pockets, stealing his pocket book
and nbout sovonty dollars in money
After liouing Thompson' story, his
li mor gave him a sound lecturing on tho
ovlls of intcmperweo and of tho folly of
taking up witli mon of whom ho know
nothing, nnd then told him to go homo,
nnd to bo sure to never appear again bo
foro him. Thompson departed n wiser,
nnd it is to bo hopod, a hotter man.
DUiSINKSS IS MSINKSS.
ii. i.kvy co.'k i-hicK LIST TIIK ItlOllKSr
Tho firm of H. Levy & Co., 0.1 Ohio
levee, doalors In furs, ol nil descriptions,
hides, talloweathcri1, wool, etc., aro build
ing up a trado and earning for themsel
ves a business reputation socond to no
house in the city. In tholr dealings with
their customers, thoy nro honorable and
upright, representing only facts. For
articles in their lino thoy pay tho highest
cash prices. Rolow will bo found u list of
tho' articles in which thoy deal, together
with the ruling prices in this market :
Mini; CO to S'J 00
Raccoon Q to (jo
Musk rats,.,. , r J
Wild cat lo to 10
9ltur 1 00 to 0 0j
Denver CO to
Rear skins ' 00 to
1IIDK.S PER l'OU.VII.
Deer skins ,. 20 to
Reef hides, dry Hint 17 to
" " green salt (I to
Calf hides 12 to
OTIir.lt AKTICLKS PER POUNIi.
Ifnthors... ......... . .1 1.,
Jo,,,,, ,,, ,,
Thu ubovo quotations nro subject to cor
Found, That tho choicest buttor Is
t Jorgeneon's staple, and Fnncy Grocery
tHcgukr meet li? M the flrc, Comicl,.,
" -pinn r.Cnro,
ti . .. J' 10. tU7i.
irescni Vyounelltneti UurJ
Tnj lor nnd Wn-dward 1. '.
The mayor bolng nlm nt oil motion of
UJtineilman Woodward Councilman Tny.
1 ir was cnuru to mo chair.
On motion of Counellinnn Hurd the '
re tiling of tho journal wus dispensed
Councilman Hurd moved to dispense
witli tlio regular order of business and
tako up bills. Carried.
Tho following bill hnving beon nllowcd
by tho bonrd of nldermon, wero presented
for concurrence :
R. H.Cunninghnm, rent of city
building for Dccomber,187l...
Rarclny llros., mcdiciiiis for
Thomas Fitzgerald, twonty
flvo days work on sidewalks,
Peter Conlnn, twciity-fivo dnys
work on sidewalks, in De
cember, M. Muhtney, ten days work on
sowers, In Decem'ier,
Wm. McIIulc, twenty days in
chnriro of city lubi r,
Huso, Loom is & Co., ice for
Mcllalu'sgang sidewalk la
borers $10 oo
Huso, Lomnis & Co., ico for
C R. vlwnril. nulls
Thos Mcehai.,htiling lumber,
Jo. R. l'.eed, nulls,
1 J. ivnt, lumber
Wm. Mollale, dieting prLontM
for Dec. 1871
Cuirn Rlndcry, one license book
and one license receipt book
John MoNultv, for hauling
drunken man to iail
Cairo City Gas Co., gas con-
sum eel in 81 street lamp, less
six nidils not lighted
Morris, ito, id A- Co., lumber
Jno. H.Oberlv A Co., publish
ing council proceeding for
December nnd two copies of
Rui.i.ktik, for 1 yr, nnd notice
Cairo City Gas Co., gas used in
(Ostreot lamps, in Novem
ber, $270 CO and nt citv jail,
$0 I'D '.
Thos. Royle, hauling 1C loads
brickbats lor streets
Thos. Royle, hauling 21 loads
brickbats lor streets
Morris, Rood it Co., lumber
E. A. Burnett, Doccmbor sala
ry as comptroller
A. Cain, December salary us
Jos. R. Taylor, Dccemlier sala
ry as treasurer
M. J. Howley, December sala
ry ns clerk
Jno. Shcehan, C. Mehncr, W.
H. Robertson, Henry T. Mur
tin, and R. F. IJillingsly, po
lice constnbles, each.....
Jno. D. Holmes, police consta
ble, 18 days in December, 1871
L. II. Myors chief of police,
F. Rross, P. M salnry 3
mouths, to December 0th,
R. Shanncssv. P M. salarv for
December, 1871 25 00
Councilman Hurd movod to concur in
the action of tlm bord of nldermon. Car
ried as follows : Avcs Hurd, Sclmb
Taylor nnd Woodward 4. N'nys 0.
Tho bill of Stratton & Illrd nmountitig
to 51-10 35 which Imd been allowed in lull
by tho bonrd of aldermen, wns pre
scnted, nnd on motion of Councilman
Schuh tho action ol said board concurred
in by tho following vote : Ayes Hurd,
Schuh, Tnvlor nnd Woodward I. Nuv
The several bills of the Cairo city gas
company, amounting to $10 CO for gas
consumed in tho council building und tho
Arab nnd Hibernian engine houses, for tho
quarter ending December 1st, wero 011
motion allowed, ns follows : Ayes Hurd,
Schuh, Tuvlor and Woodward I. Nay 0
The petitions of thu Hibernian llro
company for COO feet of hose and n 'JO feet
of suction, nnd of thu Rough and Ready
fire company for 1,000 feet hose, having
been granted by tho board of alderman,
were presented for concurrence.
Councilman Schuh moved to concur In
th ) action of the board of alderman. Lost
by tho following vote: Ayes Schuh nnd
Woodwnrd 2. Nays Hurd nnd Taylor
Councilman Woodwnrd moved to nllow
tho Rough and Readies 000
feet nnd tho Hlborninns 2C0
feet nnd tlio suction. Carried as follows :
Ayes Hurd, Taylor and Woodward 0
Nny Schuh 1.
Tho petition of cortain residents of
sixth street concerning tho framo shanty
on Hint street betwocn Commercial and
Washington avenues, was tukon up.
Councilman Schuh moved to concur In
tho action of tho board of nldermon
restraining Mr. E. F. Davis from storing
nny combustiblo material in said shanty.
Lost in follows; Ayes Schuh and AVood-
ward'.'. Isaycs II tint and Taylor-
Councilman Schuh moved to concur in
tho nctioti of tho board of aldermen con-
curing tho petition of .Matthew Lullin, of
Chicago, praying tho council io duplicnto
to him certain city orders destroyed in tho
Chicago fire, viz: That tho clerk bo au
thori.od to draw orders on tho city trens
urorin favor of -Mr. Lnflin in liott of those
destroyed. Motion carried as follows :
Ayes Hurd, Schuh, Taylor and Wood
ward 4. Nays 0.
On motion of Councilman Hurd, ad
journed. M. J. How lev, City Glork.
On all grain received in sloro on nnd af
ter tlio 10th instant, our cliargo for stor
age will bu 0110 cent per bushol for tho first
flvo days or part of same, nnd one-half
cont par bushel for rnch succeeding ton
days or part of samu. And for bagging,
ono cent per bushol for oats, nnd ono and
one-half rents por bushol for othor grain,
J. & E. IHlOlCI.SflHAM.
Cairo, Jan. -1,1872. janOlw
FEATHERS! FEATHERS !
H. Levy & Co,, at No. 03 Ohio Invoo,
have on hand and for salo in qunntitlos to
suit purchasers, ono thousand pounds of
good feathers. Thoy will bo sold at pricos
within tho reach of tbo poorest. Fatnillos
suppled ut resionnbla rates. doc I2-tf
TOBACCO SALE TO-DAY-
Attention Is called to tho great fopnnlng
salo of tho season at tho Ham.aiid Toiiac-
to WAKKliorsi: to-day, at 11 o'clock,
A largi nmount of tobacco will bo sold,
comprising all grades nnd uunlltles. In
addition, nnd lit tho same time, will bo of
fered 11 lot of collon. and If the iitlces ol-
mihc.l lust IV. o ilos will bo continued on
tho iilt!rt,.,to days of tobacco sales. Now
is 1110 iiino for tho merchants lo rally, nnd
to-ua), by tholr prcsoncc, sustain this
opening saio 01 thoyenr. Remember thu
hour, 11 o clock I
Sago's Catarrh Rntnedy
Prleo's Golden Medical Discovery
On,. Pure, Wlntr Strained Sporm
oil, enn be hnd at Tober Rro. In nny quan
tity. Excellent for sowing machines', and
all other purposes. janl2dlw.
HIDES, FURS, TALLOW AND PELTS.
Messrs. Hurnelt & Co. aro payln St.
Louis prices for hides, furs, etc., its fol
Prime Mink $1.75 to 2.25
" Raccoon COa to GOo
" Musk Rat 10 to 12$
" Wild Cat -10 to 50
" Opossum 10 to 12 J
" Otter 5.00 to COO
" Reaver Skins COO to 7.00
Hides, dry flint, per lb 13o to 20c
" SroenS.ilt, " " 10c
" Green, n.itchers, per lb... 7o to 8$o
Uutchcrs ninl trappers 1 lo you remcm
bcr what theso articles wero worth boforo
wocamo hero? They vrcro worth just nbout
one halj of what they nro now ? Sustain
thoso who benefit you. The above prices
can bo depended upon.
Ruknett A- Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, 111.
Greut variety nt Schuh'.
Noncr.. Tho best entertainment In
tho city is at tho St. Nicholas hotel, suloon
and restaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin ami piano. Good lunch
evcrv morning nnd night. All of the
finest brands of cigars, and the best St.
Louis lnger beer, Hlwnys fresh and nice.
Give us a call.
Harry Walk Kit. Proprietor.
of all kinds and at till prices
- nt P. G. Schub's.
Piano Tc.nimj. Partiej wishing thoir
pianos tuned will plcaso nddress C.
Robbins nt pnstofllce, or leavo word with
his brother. Price S1,00 or 5 j.OOii year, In
eluding at least two 'unings and ordinary
repairing, strings, At.
For gooU photographs, porcelain pic
lures, or old pictures lo bo copied, call or
Thomas. No. 124 Commercial avenue. lb
1 good workman. Glvo hltn a trial.
Duters and Rrushcs
At Paul G. Sehuh's.
Mariuaou Guide. Interesting work
numerous engrnvings, 221 page. Price
CO cents. Address Dr. Rutts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis
Mo. Sco Advcrtiscnf nt tf
Whero are you going? To tlio placo
number C3, Ohio levee, whero they keep
tho best fresh oysters, fish and game, anJ
the finest wines, liquors and cigars to bt
found in tho city. Open at all hours, ds-y
or night. J. E. Park
Sr.nuriNo Rooms kor Rent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Nn
tionul Rank building. Apply to
At Citv Nationul Rank.
Economy. Hy usir.g Mrs. Whllcomb's
syrup for children, many u doctor's bill can
bo saved, und much suffering Rvcrtcd
Read tlio advertisement in another column
For Sai.k. A cottago on 12th streot
containing 7 room", cistern und out
housos comploto. Apply to
W. W. TllORNTO!-,
Crystal vinegar from Lundon at Jor-
genson's, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. tf
For now citron, orange nnd lemon
peol, go to ilorgonson's corner of Twon
tieth atreet und Washington nvenuo. tf
Peck, Frean, & Co's London biscuit
always on hand, corner Twontleth nnd
Washington uvenue. tf
Wrioiit's no pius uitra minco.1 men
prepared expressly for family use, nt Jor
imported Malaga grapes at Jorgon
son's, corner of Twentieth streot nnd
Washington avenuo. tf
prunes, currants and
on hand ut Jorgonsou's
Go to Dr. McGnuloy for Rattingor's Fo
vor Drops. Warranted to euro tho chills
Joroenson has tho finest
Spanish olives in tho city.
Tiik best French anchovies n tho city
nt Jorgonson's. If
Joroknbox has tho host
preserves for salo cheap.
Oysters. Louis Horbort hasalwa-.o"
hand n fresh supply of Snddlo Rock oys
Paul G. Schuh soils RattlnBU"-'1 mcdl.
Russian sardollos nt Jorgonson's ;
"Yajiwoutii bloaters t JorgdBion',
AIUtIVF.il AND DI'.PAP.TF.P.
Hlenmer. whero from. Where lo.
Arknnsai Hollo... .l'viinsvllle,...Evaiisvlllo
Mar) MoDonu: I...M1I. City St. Louis
,Mnry uav.ige ruts
Potomac N OrUat.s...Clncini.ntl
Citv of Helena.... Helena ht. Louis
Molliu Itngol .Meiiiplii"'...l'.vnnsvillo.
Louisville Louisville i. urieans
St. Luko Memphis St. Lmis
Lucy Hetrnm '
Mlnncola Memphis Cincinnati.
Jas. Howard N. Orleans Evntisvillo.
Jim Fisk, ,Ir Pnduinl P lducnh
Illinois Columbus uoiumuus
John F. Tollc St. Louis
JJcxtcr i- wrieani
WEATIIKm AND IIUSINESA.
Tho fair weather continues Hnd every
thing woro n look of cheorfulnoss yester
day. During tho night it becamo cold
Business continues splendid and Ison the
increase every dny. During tho proient
week nn Immense nmount of freight ht
been sent forward from this placn and a
lurgo quantity remains on hand and is
going forward ns fat ns tonngo can bo
Tho upper landing Is covered with a
vast nmount of sugar and molasses for
CONDITION or TIIK RIVERS.
Tho river nt. this point is rising again
Tho Mongnhelu is reported to be swell
At Cincinnati tho river is falling fast.
At Louisville the fall continues with less
than 7 feet in tho chuto. At Evansvlllo
tho rise still goes on nt tho rate of C inches
Thu channel in tho Mississippi Is be
coming wnno every day, nnd is so low
now, that the lightest draught boats have
to doublo trip it over some of tho bars,
snags nnd old wrecks that aro seen lying
on each side, nnd so mo of them lie in
dangerous proximity to the .channel.
The Mississippi is declining at Grand
Tower. Relow horo It continues to rise
with n good stage to New Orleans.
Tho Cumberland and Tennessee rivers
nro both falling fast.
Tho Mary Duvhuo arrived from Pitts
burg with two heavily freighted barges in
tow. She discharged about 300 ton
Tho Louisvillo passed down without
landing. She had all the freight sho
u anted. Sho added 15,000 sacks of corn
alter leaving Evnnsvlllc.
Tho Mary McDonald camo down from
tho ways and proceeded to St. Louls,where
sho will load for the Wacbita river.
Supt. D. S. Dividson wis In town yns
tcrdav looking after tho interest ot tho S.
Tho Mallio Ragon passed up the Ohio
with 11 slim trip.
The Potomac had on board n lot of
showmen bound for winter quarters some
where above Louisville. An elegant
string band on board treated tho Cairoitcs
to soma flue music.
Considerable excitement wsi created on
board tlio Cairo city wharfboat yesterday
by ono of llio passengers of tho Great Re
public who had taken on board to much
titnglo foot. Ho was llnu'ly arrested by
Mnrshal Cain, after resisting that officer
who had to make a small " ravine " on his
head beforo ho would go.
During the late rise in tho Ohio river,
thero has been less driftwood passed down
than bt aiy previous rlso. Still thorn
was quito a field of it at tlio bows of the
Paulino Carroll and Indiana yesterday.
The Merrill will leavo for St. Louis to
day. Wultor Dill, her clerk, came down
Tho John F. Tullo from St. Louts came
out nhcad of tho boats that left boforc her.
Sho had to double trip it over Jacket-Pattern,
whero sho left tho Glcncoe, doing tho
samo thing. Sho reported only 4 feet 8
Tho James Howard came up, drawing
H feet A inches. Sho will not go above
Tho Dexter cleared drawing nearly 8
feet nnd had on board 1,700 tons.
J)ick Lightburn was elected whnrfmas
tor nt Memphis.
Commodoro Ed. Montgomery is ono of
tlio Howard's pilots.
Tho Tyrone got away for Nashville
with n fair showing of passengers.
Tho tug Cache has been sooinfortunato
us to break sovoral flukes offl her wheel,
und therefore makes but slow headway.
Ciipt. Sandusky will have a now w.iccl
placed on her in a fow days.
Tho Tollo camo out from St. Louis
nearly light, nnd will fill out hero with nil
Tho Great Ropublic was nearly loaded
at dark last night. Sho will finish to-day.
Tho Emilio La Rargo has on board fif
Heavy ico continues floating by out of
The Charles Rodman is coming up with
1,000 tons on board and is roported
aground 15 miles bolow Momphis.
Capt. E. W. Gould has contracted at
Louisvillo for u boat for tho Illinois
Thoro appears to bo sovernl steamers
anxious to transport Duko Alexis and sulto
to Now Orleans nnd it is difficult to tell
which ono ho will go on, howovor wo sup
poso which over ono pays him tho most
money will bo tho successful candldato.
CHy National Ilnnk Dulldlna;.
M8eclal attention paid to orders troni steam
nata niulit or ilav."Va
ON MAltltlAaii. 7
Happy relief loryounK men Irom the rdrctao
error and abiisoa in eurly lilo. Manhood re
stored, fiorvoua I'eblllty cured. Impediments
to murrlnire removed. Now method of treat
ment, hew and reninrkablo remedies. Hooka
and alrculitrsaont freo, in sealed envelopes. Ad
dresi HOWARD ASSOCIATION, NO.a South
Ninth Hi,, Philadelphia., ! flecMdairJinj