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T1META11LK UK Til K ILLINOIS CENTRAL It.
UdulklltMliiiU,l: llll H7l.lh"folli-nsiiu'c-uulefc'llirosemlheairlval
tirof paiD,er train, al lalrm
Drxirl-Mail irsln..ls ! - .J-"?"'!!!
K.picsa.d.ily - v.. in
Express, dally, rxccpt nundny )'"
NothD(tffwi."'nCiroin M ''
change o' ea.-s fr-m Cal to C.icsko. I ''
rsrttg no" keeping crf on nw irami.
MM' checked to ll Important rolnti.
CAIRO AND -MOUXb CITY
U'lllmake throe trips dally.
tirrs chiio I i.r.nisa koi sn citv
At t... .........a.m. I At .ao J.m
41 II... .a.m. I Al 1:) P m'
it 5.........-p.ln. At fi Pn,
Fare each way, 30 cents! ln tltketa for 12 SO.
Will laiu.wheohailed, at anyRod intermediate
nJmglar paasengeraor frelRht. norZltr.
EVANS VI LLE AND CAIUU,
Tlic fine sUamcr
CJU3 FOWLElt .Matcr
Will leave Cairo for Bvjntrill" every Sunday and
'rhurelay evening, at o'cloa t. p.m. (oi
freia it or pinna?, apply on twins' or li
J.nS.f ' ' JA-. HICUIS, Al
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
MAIL II OAT.
The splendid steamer
Jac Ton lpr, Mnotr r.
Cmo UCif, iSnliy, excepted) at 4
K.if Itju'i ii pi 's npi'i m bo'inl or
J A .4. ninns, Ac'l.
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Ciiai'jcrtiiiii Itlver I'ncUela
NASHVILLE, CLAHKSVILLE AND
The splendid .Uainor
T Y II 0 N E ,
TOM IIAHMAN...Ma.er 1 Al.KX. ll.l!I Clerl
Will leave Oilro evrj Tfiursdii) at S o'clock p.m.
for Clmkvllr, ami Nn.hvllle. For Height ol
pa.aaiie, ap,ly n uoaM or to
JA5 UIOOH, Ag't.
KASUV1LLE, OLAKKSVILLB AND
Tlio gallant steamer
OWEN DAVI3...Maiter Clerk
Will leave Corn every Saturlay at 5 o'clock p.m.
for Nanhnlle, Chrkuvillrniid nil wu) point. Koi
frelifht or nnssas timlv on tuianl nr to
Jn3tf. JAS. IIKSHS, Ag't.
Tlio irood alcnmer
WIt.Er BIM513...M.iter -Clerk
Will leave Cairo every Monday at b o'clock, p.m.
for Nanhville, and nil way porta Kor freight or
paanago, apply nn board r lo
Jn .i if JAS. Men, Aft.
l.nJIIIJI'.A.r Tf t'KKTM.
DIM Kill ANT TIOKKTS
FUU SALE, ) t'orPalo t KOU SALE,
FOlt SALE. J Kors'liSlFUU SALE.
Faro from Livr.itpooL,
Furo from LoMicMi:itr.v
Faro from Glasqow,
JFaro from ukknktow.v
TU CAIUU, ;::::::: I 8-
Satlord, Morns A Ca
Ltvtrpool .New.Votk and 1'hlladi Iplua
SR eOTACT WITH I'MTKII ST.,TriS0 I1SITISII
Kor Carrjtna Ine Mali.
FOlt passagIj tickets
on rt'uriirn iNromnnoN
APPLY TU JUIIN O. DALE, Aot.
IS Droadway. New.Vork, or to
II. II u II i t ,
WaahinEton Aienr, Cairo. nnis. 31
Tie Illinois Central lt.i I llil Coinpuiv nn
..... -..-".' ."ii.n 111-urstriucu inis in rira
A I lilion lo Ihe city of Cairo, vlt :
Lot 27 block 2'1, Lot 21 block H,
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ti hit "a, n
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3 " -, " 3J " w'.
Fur lerms.ele. apply to JAMKS JOII.V-OV,
4 1" AsaV.
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
l)t.$un. .o. 21 Thirteenth street, b-
jL.fi 1, ,iMii2ion nvenuiiuni Walnut strett.
v,,l"-" "Jiii'iierciui aienue, up Kulr".
0. W. DUSSISG, 31. D.
U,V;h!LKN'0K-:'rn.V,n", " Walnut sis,
0-tte hoiiTi" P." V"' ,r,M,t ttni Mt '"ree.
uai.enmir.-r,u,0 v, , t Rni, () ,
II. WAlU)iSY.tt. M I)
Ij Vshi"i!ton -wn,,.. ,l"l a;l
in" w.c-i in-. f-iui.ii;r
a tn. und'2 10 4 0 in,
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ALLEN. MULltKY k WIIUEIii.lt
tVllllam J. AlUn. 1
BstTNrn-ular attention paid lo river and ad-
OPFICK-Ovcr First National Hank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN & GILHEHT,
William II. een, ',
William 11 fidbtrt, 'r
Miles r.Cillbeil, J
fipeciH attenlmn glrtn lo Admiralty aud
OrriCX OHIO LEVEE, ROOMH 7 AND 8 OVER
CITY XATIO.VAL HANK.
ST. CUAHIjKS HOTEL,
F. D. HEX FOND Proprietor
rttra 01110 itvit iu ,iCXD
Iht OnfyYrtl'GlaiJ llwrc in the
inriiga convey cA lo
It f tuarf
nd from Ilia Uei.ot
DISSOLUTION WT' '
Thrrn.pii.-"1l'nl,.h.t n'nrfl .',' i.T'mu"
Till a A Vw-J !) ' '' I ill iff
E Trunin-. r. A. Vie tj fo.j'i J, ,M
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flr.i nr- iiniio.i. ij infill "ii '' r(1
r 1 .111 ti r nil c'.i in-, jiri..
pa) nilliitilili ' i, M.Titi",
K. M. Vidua.
Vl'la Ili.Ur, 1 1" Jun.l.-St
I' I'll MO NOTICE.
Slalo rf llllnolM.'AlPxan.Irr ennaly, tr, :
I'ublio nolle n liprotiy Rlcn llial li tlrln of
moilaite, daf il IIik mih iv or .oteninpr, ish,
rxccutrd tiy Tliom A. Ilrown InNvorif SIciIIhk
(J. root, the un.leriil!niil, ho nlll ell, rn lli tenth
day ot Kcbruarj.'Wa. n' thr pou.fflc oor at
l lieiis. oeiwern uir ii-inn "i ..- ......
ami iiiit. ine minx """i"1; i'."i..;.
The'indltldeit one-lialf o llipMrani ferryboat or
teel call'.l tne mini ni u ro-'. ?f
IZMlsitonal ineoiinnu In lenelh 61 4-10 Iret
In fireaillh, 10 .1.20 feel I In depth, i M" feet i to
celherwlth all and alnBiilar III nne-lmll nf her
toiler, engine, tnacliiiiery, luckle, appartl and
Tin, 15... day o. Ja H.S.
FUK MEMPHIS, V1C'SHUU0 AND
ALL WAY LANDINGS.
The fleet pas'eDif pa' Vel
BELLE ST. LOUIS,
W. I1.D1.AKK Master
AL. UMS'sANr: I Ce,i.,
Will lo Hal.oe, on Thurediy miirnlns. wlili
ut fall. Kor fre'jht or piipan apply on board,
nr at thn o31c of eitlierwlntllo.it,
','brunry S, 1S7I
The Select Councilor fooN approves ot the
Cairo C.tlnn and haa in l unbounded .wladon
esulved to celehrate 'he flltll masquerade hi
ai-nsfin, which will, aa It ev-r has done, entire y
nd completli peltpee any, anil everything hen
of rc or herenfier t.i be atlemiito.l. The moi
'Oiiapi 'iiona loola In Ihu euumuinily, nmonj.'
.v loin, my dear realer, you undoubtedly ar
'I i.c I, will bo inviteil to demonstrate that vnui
orwince will be lii'ly appreciated. No lliiket
vil be aniil nt the iluur nil I 1'ioie w:tiil i! ticket,
;Ja obtalu llittn of any member of Ihu C.islno.
CAUL L. TIIOMAH,
LOl'H 1IL VTTKAU.
Uommitlee of Arranscmenta o'Ciiro Casino.
I'nlilNlicU every tnornlnu;, Mnnilny cx-
A laid upon tlio colored dambuls
oasy virttio is proposed by tho police.
Tho only caso in the polico court yes
torday, was a fellow who raised a row in
a lovco saloon, and demolished a door
McIIalc, with his chain cnng, has
been repairing tho plank road. Ho is now
dumping cinders into tho bad places, and
is making the road durably passable.
The splendid steamer IJello St.
Louis, Capt. Ulake, will Icavo for Vlcks
liurg to-morrow morning, making all tho
landings, No finer boat IWU Ihun tlio
A meeting of tho city council was
ailed Monday to appoint firo wardens
and judges of tho city election, but tho
llro attracted tlio attontlon of the mem
ber, and none of them camo to time.
It will bo teen that tho Hov. Uobcrt
Cjllyer is provcntoJ by sickness in I1I9
family from fulfilling his appointment to.
night. Tho only disappointment will
bo that of delay in delivering his lectun,
as lie la not ono to go back nn his appoint
Kov. Uobort Collyor telegraphs tha
Ills wifo is da.igeroinly sick and ho
cannot como to-day. AVo nro exceed
ingly sorry, but what cannot bo cured must
bo endured. AVe await a letter. Mr,
ionyer will probably givo us another
night. Those holding cotirso tickets mav
rest assured that thoy shall have flvo lec
turos furnished thorn.
Skc. Com. Y. M. C. A.
Tho following wero tho arrivals at the
Dolmonlco hotel, AVm. AVintor, proprie
tor, ending U o'clock p. in., Jan. lo. 1872
M. v, 11. avails, J , A. Carllle, D. W.
Urown, Anna; F. II. Vallett, Villa Itidgo;
Ji.U.Larter, .Mound City; Thomas Law
rence, E. Dcckerson, Jus Ueckwith and
wife, AVolf Island; D. Untols llostoiij
Win. Colby, St. Loulsj I). M. Jlorris, Un-
iontown; Is. U. Davis, Jonesboro; AVm.
Christy. Win. Fell, Str. Pink Va'hlo; II
d. turner, Jaeksun coutitv ; .lohn Sul
One of the noted raienls and murder-
orj 0 the day, passed tlirouch Cairo vester-
day. name U Kawtnim nmi li, .,.,.4
liois one of tho "notorious IllldubranJV
SanK " ciit-tbrout. Ho wm captured
L"k IVovidence, La, by tho three nicr
him in uharirc and was heuvllv
,r"nd and thackled. JJy hi own confos
ion has killed or aided in killlr.g
twenty.,.ne mea during his cireor of
crime. UulltU, lljftt ,e Ut(jJ l() rtsiJo j(
U.I. city ni u t rololnborcd ,loro-
The officers wer.uvw,,; him to St. Louis,
where he will in n vrobaL1ty reeeivu
tho deserts hu so richly mlls
At tho firo on Monday Q , , , ...
bernians e.irnod tho applauso 01 t,l0 b
lie by tho good service j, "
h them In preventing
spread of th flames. They wore th
first on tho ground and worked with per-
iviu iiiuuiiry, Keeping a constant
stream until thoy had exhausted all the
water in the neighborhood. This com
pany, under its present organization, do.
cro tho encouragement of tho public,
mm o cry citizen who has proportv that
may burn, or de.lros lo reward merit.
.1 - .1 1 . ...
snomu 111 icasi throw a small sum into tho
treasury of tho Hlboniiun by purchasing
a ticket to the ball which they propose lo
givo in a fow wool's.
A neat railroad letter head that is,
which Shoalffc Miller of tho Daily .1.
tut, Decatur, have got up and creditable
lo the "railroad center of Illinois.'' Their
enterprise Is only commensurate with their
ability and means, and desorves tho recog-
nuioti which wn uopo they will secure. A
lettcr-hend with sovenleen view of thai
THK UA1K0 DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1872.
I l)rvlng tfl'.Vi mid twelvo linos of railroads
I cpnt"ilii(j jnH win ro Decatur atnn J, is
vnof, linil (jc (jnmigli for ntiy ono'e
tieoJ. If wo wore not wlicru wo nro,
nml if tlio rcligliui", pnliti'ii1, Irnl, muni
cipal ami moral rcqtitrcntuiit 'f Cairo diJ
nut nt-ud us to imiuli Hint Uwy c tti't tl"
witlnr.it us tintl would ? t tlic b i'l If w
left tlfiiii wo nitwit culiUliT tlio ritti-Jtltin,
if tlii'ro was nil u mio butler pluco to go
to than Decatur. Hut tlio "l.-ltor-liead1 If
Col. Hill Lovo, bofoio lio starlod to
Cairo tlio other day, intulo lils will, said
tho only provor lie know : " Now I Uy
mo down tos'leop. put n llltlo bng of af.n
fncdita around Ids nock, bad lilnuolf vac
cinated, nml leaving a thoilahd anxious
friends on tlio levee rushed frantically on
board tlio Fim Jiik and departed. Padu
It Is a marvel bow tho Pad Utah ICct
(ucUan continues to gctolTso much wit at
tlie expense of Cairo. If ho only know
how he kocp our city In n roar, by read
ing his Intensely funny fllng, bo would
give up trying to mako tho world bellovc
ho was wlso and como out In his proper
character, with cap and bells. It is posi
tively excruciating to bo compelled to
laugh so much, and from sheer exhaus
tlon, we beg blin to refrain, else ho may do
some of us n serious damage. AVo ask
him to remember, that
" Kools stepln, xherc angela fear to Iread
and lest somo should cotifuso him with
otto or tho other of theso two, ho can save
tioth his reputation and his wit by n tem
porary suspension of tLo last, ns lio has
done, long ago, in tho case of tho first.
THE MEETING LAST NIGHT.
CITY ELECTION OUDEHED.
APPOINTMENT OF F1UE AVAU-
DENS AND ELECTION
At the joint meeting of tho city council,
held last night, tho clerk was ordered to
oubiish notico of tlio charter c'cctlon to b
held on this 25th of February next.
Tho mayor nominated Mr. 0. N.
Hughes as llro warden fro in the second
ward, Mr. John H.Oberly from the third
ward and Mr. AVm. Pi'.chcr from tlic
fourth ward. They were confirmed by a
unanimous voto of tho council.
Tho mnvor then nominated jmliics of
election ns follows:
Fi.'tt Ward. Peter Saup, Jo-eph Mc
Kcnzio and John S. Hacker. The vote
wn6 : Yoi, 10; no, 1.
Stcoml Ward. D. T. Lincgar, D. Artcr
and A. Kchbacb. Tho vote was: Yes,
10, no, 1.
Third Ward. AY in. Llncga'e', C. Clo.-o
and J. II. Phillips. The vote wa-: Yc.,
10, no, 1.
I'ovrti Ward, Chat. Nollis, Chas. O.
Partieand Win. Martin' Tno voto was
Tin: Monn.i; a.nij oimo it. 1:,
A se"ios ol prcutublea nml rcsolullons
wore presented by Co'. Taylor mem
orializing the Illinois monihors of con
greis to uso their best exertions to have
tho Mobilo and Ohio road bi'ilt, in uccor
danco Willi tho grant of congre, from
M obi hi to Cairo, and thanking General
Logan for tho interest ho has already taken
in ih'S mnltup. On inoliun of Col. Tay
lor Iho resolutions wore adopted by a u
Tin: o. IiUKK.
Alderman AVintor ollercd n preamble
and resolution that tho mayor and city
council should call upon the Grand Duke
Alexia on hla p ,s i,;o through Cairo and
pay tholr respects to him.
Alderman iiuucr moved to lav tlio mo
tion on tlio table.
Alderman Swavno called for tho nves
and nays on Alderman lluder's motio.i
The vo'.o resulted as follows:
Aye Under, Sulitih Nave Cun
ningham, Fitzgerald, Hurd, Metealf,
Sense, Stratlon, Swayno, Taylor, Walder,
II10 voto on tho resolution was then
taken as follows :
Ayes Cunningham, Ftlzgcrald, Hurd,
Metealf, Seas', Stralton, Swayne, Taylor,
Walder, A in tor 10. Nnycs Under,
On motion of Aldorman AVintor the
firo department was requested to meet for
organization on Monday night, noxt.
Tho circuit court of Alexander counly
has roached tho second day of tho torni,
under tho presidency of Ids Hon. JnuVn
Tho business of tho court yesterday was
tho case of tho people of tho stato of llll
nols vs. James K. Mtiny, charged with
burglary and laroany, In broiklng, into
tlio pl.ico of Dr. Artor, on Commercial
avenuo, in this city, on tlio 20th of August
Inst. States Attorney McCarliujy for tho
peoplo and Messrs. Allen nml Whcoler
fur tho deft.
Four witnesses woro examined on the
part of tho stato and there was much dis
cordant testimony as to tho tlmoof day or
night in which tho crime was committed.
potno swearing that tho burglary occurred
aboMV four o'clock 11. in., but tho majority
at-prti5 it was effected nt fifteen minutes
Tho states ntt(,niuy wished to introduco
an almanac for tho purpose of showing nt
wnat hour tho sun rose o that day. Do
fenso cl ilmod that it was
even if it did h ivo tho signs of u,0 ,0dlac
in 11. testimony was introduced
to provo that tho almanao m
question, was standard, and that by com.
parison with its prognostications, th0
weather, thoMin, mojn, stars, Indeed all
tho countless hosts of heaven went accord
ing lo Us directions.
Tho court allowed tho astronomical part
of tlio work to bo submitted to tho Jury,
ruling nut thi wosthor statistics, the astro-
logical parts, tho chronological portion
the hneedotes and especially the cut of tho
man's body In tho front, which represents
tho particular control or Influence ex
erted byliM fingers and thighs over tho
planet". Tho court did not say that tho
pletttro was an Improper cnu for tho Jury
to ineditato over, but ho looked as If h"
intended to fnv It. Tho almanac went In
to prove that tit tho hour of flvo oYlock
mid fifteen minutes on tho 20th of Aug
ust, 1871, it whs daybreak aid not night.
On this Intricate point, counsel baaed
ihelr arguments to the jury. What the
verdict will be, wo cannot oven surmise,
particularly when that intelligent body
romo to ponder over that nlmannc.
The criminal docket is unusually
largo for this counly, but tlio following
cases have been disposed of:
Stale vs. Mary D. Miller ; larceny ,
stricken from tho docket.
Same vs. same; snnio order.
Samo vs. Patrick Hcnly; larceny ; saino
Samo vs. James Dinon ; larceny ; samo
Samo vs. AVilllam Elliott; larceny;
Samo vs. John Hickman; assault to
murder ; stricken from tho docket, with
leave to rc-lnstatc.
Same V2. Susan Handon ; keeping a
lewd house ; samo order.
Samo vs. Domlnlco Giovanni-, riot
plead guilty, fined $50 and costs, and to
stand committed until paid.
Sumo vs. Amos Smcdley; confidenco
gamo ; continued.
Samo vs. Squiro AVallif. ; robbery ; con
Samo vs. John 11. Green; larceny; con
Same vs. Henry Jenkins; murder;
venuo changed to Pulaski county,
Yesterday tho grand Jury camo Into
court and through their foreman, C. A ins
ton, Ignored the following bills :
People vs. G -orgo AV. Jones ; assault.
Samo vs. El ward Shea; larceny.
It will be seon that the casa of Henry
Jenkins, indicted for murder, bar been
t ikon to Pulaski county by a change of
TIIEY HE, THE CITY OFFI
CERS? AVhom hhall tr.ey be?
That Is the question.
And, in the first place, It is necoi
sary to determine whether we shall
havo a party contest for the offices to bo
AVo say, 110 ; but it may bo im
possible to harmonize tho political ele
ments, nnd such 11 contest may thus be
AVo believe tho best interests of the
city, at tit's tine, require that tho citizens
should act outside of party caucuses, nnd
select tho best men '.0 fill the various offi
ces. Tho resu't ol last yca-'s municipal
elcck'cn has conclusively poven that tho
motomcnt then made tho breaking away
f.-oin tho trammels o. parties and party
leaders tho crushing of tho eflorts of mis
taken citizens who wish to conlinuo tho
city in the old rut of non-progrcsivo fogy
ism, wns for tlio best Interest of C'nin 1
and wo be'.ievo tho movement then inau
gurated, and which, although somewhat re
tarded by the faet that men elected on tho
ticket havo permitted themselves to bo led
by scheming men who havo no abiding In-
lcrcs',3 In Cairo nnd do not wish to sco tho
city become prosperous nnd great, lias just
begun to bear its good fruits, should be
continued during the next vear. Aud it
can bo if electors republicans nnd dem
ocrals will come together on tlio "square'
of good c .izonshlp, suppress all partisan
prejudices ai.d ngrco to n union ticket.
How can a movement of this kind bo
That is tlio other question.
AVo don't know, exactly ; but think
somo practical plnn may bo detci mined
upon. Tho executive committee, nppuiu
ted by the Phlllis hnll convention last
year, might call another audi convention
or tlio good citizens might in somo other
way single out their candidates and givo
them 11 hearty nnd enthusiastic support.
Hut hero comes up another very im
portant question Who nro the men from
whom proper candidates for tho soveral
olllcos may bo manufactured ?
Tho chief want is mi ublo mayor backed by
an ublu council, and this is a want difficult
to satisfy. Col. Taylor is tlio only man in
the city (nnd wo miiko this assertion with
ni nbsoluto knowledgo of its truthfulness)
qualified in ovcry particular for tho office.
He is tho only gentleman in tlio city who
possesses anything like n full knowledge, of
its laws nnd necessities who, standing at
tho head of Iho municipal! ty, could reach
boyonti Its boundaries and inako uso of tho
position of mayor to induce capital lo seek
Investment horo In manufactories nnd
other wealth-inviting Industries. And tho
"pprouclilng year will bo ono in which
just such 11 man is needed nt the heud of
our local uti'airs. At tlio farthest, bv
next August, the Cairo A- St. Louis and
tho Cairo A- Vinconiies railroads will have
been advanced far toward completion, and
capitalists will bo looking in this direc
tlon. mi a Kentleinun like Col. Tuvlor
fur mayor, who could tako advnnta-'o of
this condition of affairs, nnd whose pri
vate intorcst would go bund In hand with
bis public duty In advertising tho city nnd
lis iidvnntnges, thero Is no tclllnir tho
amount of good that may bo accomplished
during the coming municipal year. It
will bo our year to ''blow,' to puff our
town, to compel tho country to turn its
eyes in our direction, to forco upon pub
lic attention tho advantages of our
location, and Colonel Taylor
Is the man who can and would
do all that in this respect Is demanded
if ho should bo called to tho mayoralty.
And ho could bo elected. Very wlso fol
lows, who know a thing or two, and who
learn nil thoy know in u maudlin manner
ovurco3y tables in back rooms of question
ablu saloons, may shako their heads and
ay it would bo dllllcult to elect
thu colonel, but wo beliovo tho
people of tho city who really
de-tiro tin, ndvnncoinont of tlio city's
Interests (und theso aro n largo mujorlty
of tlio doctors) would choorfully cast their
ballots for him. Ho ,, tllQ inaM f) f
tils exigency In our city's hlitory.
t ut would ho coment to bo a can
dldalo? So man wb I( n good clt,Mt
. .. ...-., ,0 .ninny uuty lo which his
...u-eii,ira can inni, una w0 bellcvo
"jior woum serve 11 elected. Hut
wo do not speak by authority, nml
migni not uo so. We have writto-i this
to call out public opinion, and '.ho Col
In si far as tho council is concerned, w.
would urge that tho best men in tho cltv
should bo compelled to servo. Thoy will,
as tiiey always do, seek to escapo tho bur
den of tho public duty which thoy arc in
duty bound to aid in carrying, but their
excuses should not bo accoptcd. Licet
them and let tho result take care of Itself.
BUSINESS IS BUSINESS-
II. LEW A CO.'S ntlCKMST THE IIKIIIEST
Tho firm of H. Levy & Co, 03 Ohio
lovee, dealers in furs, ol all descriptions,
bides, tallow,feathcrf, wool, etc., arc build
ing up n trado and earning for themsol
ves a inisincss reputation second lo no
house in the city. In their dealings with
their customers, thoy nro bonornblo and
upright, representing only facta. ?or
articles in their lino they pay tho highest
cash prices, llolow will bo found a list of
Uio articles In which they deal, together
with tho ruling prices In this market :
.Mink JO to $2 00
Raccoon 10 to CO
Musk rats U I
Wildcat 10 to JO
Otter 1 00 ta 0 05
Heaver CO to Ci
Hear skins 2 00 to COO
HIDEf I'EU POUND.
Deer skins 20 to
Hecf hides, dry Hint 17 to
" " green aalt H to
Calf hides 12 to
OTHEII AUTICI.ES PEIl POUND.
Tallow 0 to
Feather CO to
Wool 2o lo
Hceswax 25 to
Tho above quotations aro subject to cor
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Put. Fitzgerald, of the Sample llooms,
hns received tho appointment of ngctit for
tho sale of the Hatnmomlsimrt, N. A
Urbannn AVino Company's wines in this
city. If tlio bottlo with which wo were
yesterday presented Is n sample of the
quality of theso wines, then vo are pre
pared to say that they arc nir.ong tho beet
wc havo over tasted. Ho has just
received a large consignment, which he is
prepared to sell at tho lowest flgurcrs.
Ho has also on hand a laro and complete
stock of tho various brands of Irish,
Scotcli and American whiskies, nnd wines
of every variety Janl2dtf,
It is true that Illankenburg's Excel
sior saloon is now one of tlio institutions
of the city. All drinkers who liko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
etc. go to tho Excelsior saloon, which is
fitted up in splendid style. Illankcnburg
who knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
n lino freo lunch every morning and eve
nlng, nnd, an ho forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." Ho
has employed tho service of n Hrst-rato
pianist, who makes tho grnnd piano
which lianas in ono ontl ot tlio saloon
speak out in musical tones. Everybody
Is invited. Tlio best order is maintained
and all Improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that tho Excelsior saloon
Is at tho comer of Washington nvcntie and
HIDES, FURS, TALLOW AND PELTS
Messrs. Hurnclt A- Co. aro paying St.
Louis prices for hide.-, furs, etc., ns fol
PritnoMink S1.75to 2.25
" Haceoon COc to 00c
" Musk Uat 10 to 12J
" AVild Cat 10 to 50
" Opossum 10 to 12$
" Otter 5.00 to COO
" Henvcr Skins COO to 7.00
Hides, dry flint, per lb 18c to 20c
" Green Salt, " " 10c
" Green, Hutchers, per lb... 7Jc to 6J0
Uutchcrs nnd trappers I do you remem
ber what theso articles wero worth beforo
wo camo here? They wero worth just nbout
one hnl of what they nro now ? Sustain
thoso who benefit you. Tho nbovo prices
can bo depended upon.
Hurnett it Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
Illinois Central Railroad On.)
Agent' emice, Cairo, Jan. 15, 1672. f
I will sell at public auction at tho stone
depot, In tho city of Cairo, on Saturday,
tho 27th of January, tho following prop-
orty to pay charges, viz : 5 boxes bedding,
2 lounges, 1 bureau, 4 pieces carpet, 2 cup.
boards, -1 tables, a doz. chairs, 7 stands,
2 trunks, 0 bedsteads, 5 mattresses, nnd
quite an amount of kitchen furniture
JAMES JOHNSON, Agent.
II. Levy & Co., nt No. fj.'l Ohio levco,
have 011 hand mid for euIo in quantities to
suit purchasers, ono thousand pounds ol
good leathers. Thoy will bo sold nt prices
within tho reach of tho poorest. Fnmilios
suppled nt reasonable rates. dec 12-tf
Notice. Tho best oiitcrtalnincnt in
liio city is at the St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
nnd rcstuurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin and piano. Good lunch
cvory morning and nighl. All of tho
11 nest brands of cigars, and tho best St.
Louis lager beor, always fresh and nice.
Givo us a cull,
Harry AVai.ker. Proprietor.
A'ncclnation. Just received, a supply of
genuine English cow virus. All who wish
to bo vaccinated, call at my office from J
to 3 o'clock in thu afternoon. Office
Sovonth street, near AVashington nvenuo
f,t. A. AVadciymah, M. I).
Altlll VKI) ANI DEPARTED,
Sleamcr. Where Irotn. Where lo.
Hullo St. Lnu....A'ick$buri;
Mohawk N. Orleans
Colorado A'ii,kalnirir....St. Louis
Noreiico St. Louis Ohio' river
Illinois Columbus Coloinbus
Li". Fl-k, Jr Paduciili....l'adiicah
11111: urhio .Memphis
COVIIllIn.V OK THE ItlVKh!!.
Tho fall in tho Ohio at this placoisbt-
comlng inoro raiild every day, and iiotlb
ing ocuor u expected of it until It gets
uown 10 low water mnrk.
The fall at Pittsburgh Is Heady, with a
ltttlo moro than 3 feet in tho channel. At
Cincinnati the decline 1ms got to be a sure
thing; all tho prospects for tlio decllno
continuing aro favorable. In tha chan
ncl thero Is about twelvo foot.
The river nt Loulsvlllo follows in tho
footsteps of Cincinnati, with six and one
hnlf feet In tho cnnal and four and one-
half feet In the chute. Tho Ohio river
will not bo Improved for somo tlmo unless
a hard, rain should occur before lone:
away up in tlio regions of Pittsburgh
The fall in tho Cumberland continues,
nnd thu channel is becoming shoal
At Harpeth shoals there is about !! feet
That once majestic but now diminutive
branch, tho Mississippi, is still falling, and
the wntcr Is so low that navigation might
ns well bo suspended until tlio channel be
comes improved, and when that will bo
tho Lord only knows nnd ho won't tell.
Tho depth of w:Uor In the channel is rc
porlo I to bo 4 feet.
The riso in Ued rlvnr continues with
fair s age.
WEATHER AND HUMNESS.
Tho fair weather continues. During a
rhrt of yesterday A fow flakes of snow fell
which wero hailed with delight by tho
youngsters who thought thoy wero going
to have one more grnnd old tlmo in tho
snow but tlicirj fond hopes wero blighted.
In tho afternoon tho sun shono brichtlv
and everything looked cheerful.
Husincss was not so nnimntcd as it
usually is out nt tno tame tnno it was a
leng ways from being dull. Freights can
Iho Hello SI. Louis will not venture to
go to St. Louis, but will stop hero and
load for a return trip,which she commenc
cd dcing on her nrrivnl.
The Colorado passed up very light.
Among liar passengers wa n man who
sivs ho has killed 29 persons. He used to
resulo in this city. Ho was heavilv hand
cuded and shackeled and in charge of
three officers who nro probably taking him
somewhero where ho will bo likclv to
Iho crew nftho Indiana wero engaged
n part ol tho afternoon taking stock on
Tlio Mohawk departed for New Orlean
with 4 heavilv froiirhted barces in tow.
Tho -Mary Alice it tlio next boat to lcavo
in that lino.
Tho tow boat Cornet bound from Pitts
burg to St. Louis with several lnrges load
cd with miscellaneous freight in tow, struck
something at JiiiTini,'ton Island and sunk
in n few minutes. Ono of her bnrges got
away nnd is in a bad condition on
Tho Pink Varblo was to clear for Mem
phis last evening with n good trip of
J ho Alico Dean ran on a bar nt Stnck
Island nnd sprung her butts badly. On
her arrival at A'icksbuig sho entered
protest and continued on her way rejoic
ing that It was not any worse
Tho Susio Silver, City of Quincv, and
Silver How are coming up from Now Or
leans with big trips of sugnr and molasses,
wnicn moy win no doubt re-ship ut this
pori, as tno .Mississippi will be too low by
tho timo thoy arrive to allow them to go
to St. Louis.
STEAMBOAT BUTC1 IE K,
City Nnllouul Ilanlt Iinililluj;.
Ol.'ipeclal attention paid toordera from steam
oats nliiht or dav.'du
armoutii bloaters ut Jorgr-nson's
Paul G. Scliuli soils Haltiiiger's rncdl
Jlu-siA.v sardelli'S at Jorgcnson s; try
The best French anchovies n tho city
nl Jorgcnson s. . tf
Jorok.nson hns tho best East India
preserves for salo cheap. tf
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Itattingcr's Fe
ver Drops. AVarranted to cure tho chills
.loitOENsoN has tho flnost supply
Spanish olives In tho cltv. Try them
Found. That tho choicest butter
at Jorgeiison's Staplo and Fancy Grocery
Oysters. Louis Herbert hasnlwason
hand a frosh supply or Saddlo Itock oys
AVrhiht'8 no puis intra mlncod moa
prepared expressly for family use, nt Jor.
Paul G. Schuh's.
j.ew fronch prunes, currants and
raisins always on hand nt Jorgonsjn's
grocery 6tore if
Imported Malaga grnpos at Jorgon
son's, corner of Twontietli street and
AVashington avenue if
Peck, Frean, A- Go's London biscuit
always on hand, corner Twontietli nnd
Tho Pridoof tho Campboll's
P. G. Schuh's.
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor-
genson's, corner of Twontietli street nnd
Washington avenuo. tl
For new citron, orango and lemon
pool, go to Jorgonson's corner of Twen
tieth utreot nnd AVashington avonue. tf
For Sale A cottngo on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, clitern and out
houses complete Apply to
AV. AV. Thornton.
k"'l, lo rcntn piano for a short
tlm . person having a piano to rcjl
wlllpunn) address Hum.ktin office, slnt
Ing terms. J nl2d3t
Economy. Hy uslrg Mrs. AVhltcomb
syrup for chlldrcn.iiiatiy 11 doctor's bill can
bo saved, and much sullering nvcrteu.
Head tho advertisement In ntut icr column
Great variety al Schuhs.
The fourth danco of tlio Cairo Terp-
slchorcan club will bo held Friday evenin.g
January 19th. Tho prlco of admission t
tills ball will bo $1 50. Jan. 12-.ll
Mariuaok Guide. Interesting work
numorous engravings, 224 pages. I ru e
CO cents. Address Dr. Hutts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eiahlh Btreot, St. Louis
Dusters and Hrushes
At Paul 0. Scluih'i.
Oil. Pure, AVInt?r Strained Sperm
vil, can be, had at Tobcr Hroi. In ntiy quan
tity. Excedlent for sewing machines, and
all other purposes. Jaiil'Jdlw
For good photographs, porcelain pic
tures, or old pictures to bo copied, call 01
Thomas, No. 124 Commercial avenue. II
as good workman. Givo him a trial.
Sago's Catarrh Ucmcdy v
Price's Golden Medical Discovery
Sleepino Hoomh for Kent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City .Na
tional Hank building. Apply to
At City National Hank.
Piano Tuning. Parties wishing their
pianos tuned will please address 0.
Uobbins at postofllcc, or leave word with
his brother. Prico?3,00orS."),00a year, in
cluding at least two 'unlngs nnd ordinary
repairing, strings, &c.
The Finest Selection of
Musk, Uoso, Cologne, Uondclla, and Cash
mere Hoquet Soaps
At P. G. Schuh's.
AVherc arc you going? To tho placo
number C3, Ohio lovee, whero they keep
tho best fresh oysters, fish and game, and
the finest winei, liquors and cigars to bt
found in tho city. Open nt all hours, d.y
J. E. Park
Thirty cents a week will securo a pol
icy for one thousand dollars In tho Llfo
Association of America. A good invest
ment for a young man. For particulars
apply to Carl L. Thomas, special agent,
of all kinds and at all prices
at P. G. Schuh's.
Great inducements to any ono wish
ing to buy a first-class piano or organ.
E. & AV. lludcr offer their entire stock in
thn piano and organ lino at tho actual
cost of the instruments. They aro desir-
ous of closing out tlio stock y that they
may uso tno room lor jewciry mtuiuiaciur
Go to P. G. Scliuli s
Nilsson Hoquet, Ess. Hoquet
Chlneeso Hoquet Perfumery
AVo have no hesitation in recommend
ing AVilliam Eblcrs, boot and shoo maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. AVo
know whereof wo speak when wc say Mi
work Is done in a masterly manner nl the
lowest prices. Houses nothing but tho
best of slock, nnd ho cannot be cxcolbl in
tho dellcato task of making nn exact fit.
Givo him a call at ills shop on Twentieth
street, between AVashington avenue and
Poplar street, nearly opposlto tho court
bouse, nnd wo will gunrantco satisfaction.
JOHN HATE), Proprietor.
1UG Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, II.L1N0I8J
llest brand of California Clears Just received,
B II. 1,1 A HI) saloon furnished iith the bmt ol
tables , and bar supplied wivjli wines, liquors
and cigars of the finest brands.
And Dealer In Foreign and Pomestlu
"WINES, L1QUOIIS AND CIGAHS
1)7 Ohio Lovee,
Hetween Ninth and Tenth Streets,
130 Ohio Lever, itear Kforie Dioi
Fresh Shell Oysters Received Daily
Keens alwava on hnnd rtaltimorn an I Mold
uyaiera, which ii win i e gind to serve to his cu.
luiuera in inu oesi rny,
1IIK Copartnership existing between the tin--dermuuod
will exnlro on or liofore
thu 1st day of April next, Per
sons indebted tn us are request,
ed to aettle their accounts, as tho books on and
after that day will b placed in other hands lor
collection. flHKKLEVA PATTsrn
SCalr'eJM), , Wt.