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fIMETAJa OF TUX ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.TU
Oa aod after Sunday, May Hlh. 111. the follow
X unie-uUe will govern ihe arrival and depart
lr of patstnger train t Cairo I
tVerf-Mall train, daily- .i?n m"
JrrtW Mall.daliy........... "'"
Eipresa. dally, except r'uJ 1' '"'
0thBff.fw.froml''-'o M- '
kaage e'ea.-a from Clr yoign. m.,.-.
rerlef Roon tlNII r n night trams-
i (keeked all Itnpottant pcims.
CAIRO AND MOLINA r,TY
, TICAH.Tt .'
I ttsviMi not "6
. ....in. i ... r ..r'......
Al S JO,
ao cot; H tickets rof ii v.
Will laa. .when hailed, t anv Rood mtefin'd'ate
AjiB.or Daa.eeaer.or ireiKm. Mv......
IVaNSVILLE AND CAIRO,
tn MWLER Mtr
Will leave Cairn for Kvaotvllle every Sunday ad
Thur-iay evening., at J o'cloo, p.m. ror
freigi.lor passage, apply on board or to
jto 3 if JA5. IIIGGb, Al.
CAIHU AND 1'ADUCAII
MAIL no AT.
Tnt splendid steamer
Joe I'oii lor, .Under.
Citro Ut'.c, (4iilsy exi.plel) M 4
rjr Irtu it Jr in ti p ") on Mirdor
J.lli IIIUU,!, AE'I
Cantserlnil .tl?r I'aeUels
Tht tpltndid lttmr
TOM HAUMASMitfr Al.UX. llAltl) Clerk
Will It are C irorm Soturdojr ilin'clocW p.m.
hrClaik.r II., and .Nn-titl'.lf . For freight or
iirr, p It ouuoaraor to
Janltf JV? lUar.H, Ag't.
JTAUHVILLE, CLAKKSVILLK AND
Tht r'.lat ttram.r
0Wk,K DiVI3...M.t.r Cl.tk
Will Uaia Cairo . rr Tnundaj at ft o'clock p.m.
ir .-a&filif,ciraiiiliud all way poluu. r'ur
iriini or vTttf) ippir oo u-.arii ir to
Stf. J A3. UKiiiS, Ag't.
NASHVILLE, CLAHKSVILLE AND
Tht t;ood attamer
WII.ET 8lMM-'...Mitfr -
Will Calmerery Jlooday atSo'vhck, p.ni
Ihr Nahillf, and all y o't For freight or
J tf JKH. IIICQj, Agl
iVHiuna.vr Tii utrrn.
TOli SALE,.) P-rHai. ( FOK SALE,
for Kale 1
Korie (.FOK SALE.
Fare from LtVKrtrnor.,
Earo from Lo.vDcsoKisrtr
Fare from Olasqimit,
JFaro from Qltkk.vmtow.v
TO CAIKO, ;::::::: $4 8-
Bailord, Morru i Ca , fj.ntK.
Littrpool eir.rotlt and rhlladf Iphia
it coxratcr witn ihitco arirrO110 ithh
For Carrymtx lu ilalh.
FOR PASSAOK TICKETS
oa ri'STHta isronmnoi
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.',
IS Broadway. .Nfw.Vork, or to
II. II on pt,
Wa.htngton Ateiire, fUirn. aon,
Tftj Illinoi. C.. tral Itil lto, Cominy noH
oarforale ehelolloifliigde.cribej lo lo hit,
Addaion to ih. Ciiy of Cairo, rii :
Lat Wock 20. l,t ai wo, k2.
" II " 'HI, "
v. j " " a" ti:
3 " , , " Si " hi
rar terras.ele. apply JAMES JOII.V-O.V,
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
Ri'wlw'tr:?0, n ''''"'-n'h t'e.t. be.
CJ. W. DUXXIXO, M. D.
R.tJ.-!CB cornr-Vlrtf "l Wilnut at..
a in. tn in , and 9 p. in
H. WAUDSKH, M.D.
BFX&ftlX,? 're., mi
ALLEN, MULK.KY & VIIEFLl'u5'ar.ty U lu 1,11 u "qernile, tnncy dress
COUNSELORS AT LAW
William J.Allrn. 1
John U.Mulkey, V
0.mcg-0,tr rir.tWaTioaalBiak. Ohio Ute.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW
William 17, etn, ) 1
William 11 Oilbert, cilnn ni,i...
MiltaF. Gilbert, J "-1"0. JLU.NOH.
IICt-nt0 LKVKE, BOOMB 7 AKI) 8 0TE
tITT NATIOJfAL IIAMK.
MSIlt 0110 IIYU t
t he 0ly Firtt.Clau Jhuie
nd from iUt;,
THE DAVIS LOCK STICil
TltE 0Rr.ATr.JT IMPROVEMENT Or THE AOE.
Terras Most Liberal.
Agenls wanlel f.ir unoccupied t'trliury. Send
for circular and price Iit.
nrnnrli oirico, 012 XorSli ronrlli Slrccl
P. r. NEWTO.V. Mnnngcr.
a Trier -III bea rejrnltr communication on
Vy"-I Ln-lf tu, , I". v. A. M. II
Wla-onii- ha I Ii t Tiiur.'day creuitit Feb 1,
UIJ. Work in M. M A .c
It JH 1A. t'ltlM.'0. Sec'y.
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I'liblNbrtl rvrr- nioriiliit,', Motulrey ex-
A beautiful nrticle Jmt rccelvid nnd for
snlc at wbolvf ulo nnd retail by
l'.KlNIlAUlIT V. UcLZS'Ktt. Solo Agt.
-To rent n dwelling for f mnll fumily,
convenient to bu-inesi part of tlio city.
Apply to 78 Ohio Levcc, or nddrcts pot-
Wcliavo just received, from the man
uiacturern, a Wilcox nnu uibbs tewmy
tnui'liinc. It U buuuUfullv finished nnd
has this hemtner, braider, etc., This ma
chine, worth ilxty dollars, will bo sold nt a
biirguin and rnuy bo seen at P.oom 10,
Winter's block. If
All pcrons Ir ving cbumi njalnt the
Cn.VTKACTOits on lliu
CaiiioA Vj.vckn.vi.n Kailiioah
A Mf.iMfml If. It. Vtt l hit I r fit .. . t.
A. li. S-illord, f.nliler City Nitiiinii! hank,
lobe lorwrtr.led In us tor iidjutinent.
Dodok, Loitt) Si Co.
CARD OF THANKS.
Tlio undersigned tiil;t; tfiia mctliod
of returning h.;r tinccrc th.inlis to tlio
GeruiMiiia Life Injur.uieo Cn., of Now
York, fiir tlio pruiupt mid cheerful piiy
nientofn pulley of 51,500 on tlio lifo of
her late husband.
To Mr. Ki-iiihold V. Belznor, the olll
cient agent of th j company nt Cairo, aro
my tli iiiks especially duo for hU kind and
honorable notion In tho settlement of my
el-dro.. Catuaiunk J)i:iiiacii.
WIXES AND LIQUOR.
Pat. 1'itzgornliJ, of theSsmplo Koom,
has received the nppnintinentor agiiiit for
the sale of tlio Haintnondport, N. Y.,
Urbanna "Wine Company's wines in this
i city. If thu buttlo with which wo wore
i yesterday prei'iue I i a samplo of tho
quality of these wituM, thon r;o nre pre
j pared to say that they are among tho best
I wu havo ever tinted. Ho has itiat
' received a large coinigtimcnt, whieh lie Is
prcpiire.l to at thu lowest iigiirori.
Hu lias nlo on hand a Inrco and complete
stock ofilm varimii lirands of Irl.h,
Scotch and Anierlrun whiskies and wines
of every variety jan!2dtf.
Tho fifth and final party to bo given un
der the auspices of tho Cairo Tcrpslchorean
duo, will bo held at tho St. Charles hotel.
anurwny ovonini:, Fob. 8lh, 1872. The
i loiniuneu. All necessary nr-
1 ocm'" .U RU9rnleo a pleasant and
.pectlvoco,nmU ; ,Bao
. , ,. 1 Arrangomonts havo
been made with mho, .. . . .
- -. iki.i BTL 1 .. 1
Prennrn n nmnor f,.r n .
"'n r.extoru, to
..i .:i..- " ' . . ?l.in. The
. .eo iiH ueen nxt.v 4t ,
who are not mum hers of ". .
fee has teen
i " emu.
who liavo reeelvi.i :
InvitHtlon to tho ,erles of parties will 1,
expected without furthor notice.
II. Frank IIi.aku,
Coin, of Arraiigcments.
HOARD AND LODGING.
Mr.T.U. Ellis, tho corner of Seventh
nd Comniercittl is ,-rcparcd to accom
modulo all W1J0 ppy with board, with
or without rooms, at prices lower thin any
otlw Hr.t.clut.houso In the dly. Mr. El-
keep, an exro'lent table; hi. rooms are
fwt ro,lu high, light and airy, and well
lurtilshod, and wu havo no hcltailon In
promising satisfaction to all who call on
hi'n. Mr Kills will also supply parties
"w ureiro vim liniurniilieU
ri-iisonublo rale". L
IntereUi d laku
the vuruvr of
1 tTnvb and Commercial
' I US
TTIE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
PEjt'O.VAL ANU IMrrnsOS'ATOATHr.REni.V
OUR l-i:i(AMl)UI.ATIO.N5 A1100T TOWN.
Uuttor M cents ; cggn, 25 do.
Mr. J. T. Kenny, of the vulcan Iron
work-, In St. Louis.
Prosecuting attorney J. F. McCart
ney, returned to Metropolis yesterday.
If there was anything of interest
transpired yestordav, we failed to hoar of
Hnry Carter, Esq., of Mound City,
was In the city yesterday, in attendance at
A gentleman who has lived In Cairo
for nineteen years, informs us that ha
never before saw tho Onio river gorged ul
lij'iiieis in polico circles was brisk
ycstunl.iv. bhoeliitu, Martin, Cain and
Weldon were on thu war path, and each
made scicral arrests.
Circuit court adjourned yesterday at
12 o'clock, till 0 to-day. All the criminal
business of the term has been disposed of,
and the civil docket taken up.
Now that the Cairo and Vinccnncs
railroad il u fixed fact tho contract
having been let, and work to bo commen
ced nt once, Jorgcnsen is prepared to sell
all kinds of groceries cheaper than any
o.her house iu the city. tl
Tho Ico formed it slight corco in the
, Ohio river at the foot of Fourteenth street,
night belore last. Tho tug Montuuk went
at It yesterday mornlt.g and in a short
time broke it up.
In consequence of tho corses in tho
rivers builuess has been much impaired.
The rivers will bo open in u few days,
howuver, when business will rusumo its
Tho second and last term of tho chil
dren's dancing ch.jol, under tho superin
tendence ol Prof. CLarles Hardy, will com
mence on Saturday, Fubruary 3J, at. '1
o'clock p.m. Feb. l-d3t.
An It.cipient fire was discovered in Mr.
Corry'a oCIl-c, near the stone depot. Tlio
fire bells rang, and all tnc companies Were
out and rcadv for action in n very short
time, but their services were not required.
The skatists of thn city are just now.
having all ot that kin J of sport they with.
Thu Ice on tho ponJs out die Uu Missis
sippi levco aroin fine condition tor skating,
una those who lovo that sort ot run uro
taking advantage of the opportunity
Where arc you going? To the place
number 63, Ohio levcc, where they keep
the best fresh oysters, fish and game, avl
the finest wines, liquors and clears tu bi
roiind in the city. Open at all liourj, Ahj
or night. J. E. Park
There are flvo steamboats stuck in the
ice gorgo between tills pluco and Colurn
bu, Kentucky. Among them are the
steamers Great Republic and Illinois, nnd
tc believe thu Chas. Rodman. Several of
tho boats are aid to bo in very dangerous
The Lndics' Benevolent Sncioly
Cairo will hold n foclnlilo nt tlio rnslilunpa
ol .11 rs, .Jiic I; Intflr, cotnvr o-v.nn,
street and Commercial avenue, this, Fri
day evening. All friends of tho society
and tlr public generally nro invited to
Tho freight train which left Cairo at 10
o'clock yelcrdav morning, ran on u brok
en rail ul jut otio milo this sido of Car-
tionuuie, mid iiiticn iromlit cars wcro
thrown from thn track. To this mishap
may bo uttriliutid the lateness of tho mail
train yesterday evening.
Mr. William F. Pitcher, Sen., will
shortly cominonca canvassing for sub
scriptions tn a finely illustrated nnd hand
soinuly bjund book, entitled n " Correct
Lifo of John Utinyui." It is a fine work,
nnd wo bjllovo Mr. P. will bj sum to sell
a largo number of copies in this locality.
Look out forII. L'jvy & Co.'r correct
ed list of prices paid for Ium, hides, tallow
foutherj, and all kinds of country produce.
It was received too lato for publication
to-dny. It will appear to-morrow. Levy
it Co. are the dealers to get good prices
from fur articles in their line. Try them.
(Jreat inducements to any one wish
ing to buy a first-class piano or orgHn.
L. ii . Under oh"et their entire stock in
lh piano and organ line at tlio actual
cost of tho instruments. Thoy are desir.
ous of closing nut tho stock to thai they
may use thu room for jowelry manufactur
Mr. (Justitv Klingsohr, a musician of
noted ability, who has for the pait few
year?, been engaged as a professor in Bal
timore, Md., proposes to inaku his future
homo in our city and now offers his ser
vices to tho puLlle. Those who Intro not
already etigiited competent teachers would
do well to address .Mr. Klltw.nh. liv
3 - . , .'v-
3. Cairo, 111.
susmruay ueing till Urn of tho
month collectors with their account books
and bills were visiblu at ovory street cor
ner, ready to poun.'o upon any man
against whom thoy wero unlucky enough
to havo an account. However, wu be
lieve there aro but few towns or cities like
Cairo, whero bills aro paid more promptly,
All persons who havo received invi-
tations to tho sories of dances given by the
Terpsiehorcan club, iim expected to attend
inascquerado ai d dress ball to boglven
b' Ue club on Thursday eveninic, Feb.
ru"ry HA, witi,out further notice. Parties
reeelvr".1"""V f th0 c,ul'' nnd w,,
receive InvlutWna ... ,,V ,. ..., ,.
l,,.. ,, - mi uum Hill uo
entrMiicn 0i $.. 00
Wo havo no hesitation n . .
lnB William Ehlers, b ot a T
worthy of most libera, Zb
know whereof wu sneak wb.o.
lowest prices. Ho use. ,tl,lg but Z
best of aock, and ho cannot bo cxcell.,1 in
the delicto task of making n exuH '
Give him a call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue and
1 oplnr street, nearly opposite tho court
house, and wo will guarantoo satisfaction.
-Night before latt, while sitting I tho
old Dulinonico saloon, tho pilot f tho
tcutner GUsow, wa. struck u terrible
blow with nn Iron poker, In the band of a
young rnnn by tho namo of Smedly. It
so -ids that Smt-dly has had a guide against
the pilot, (wo do not know his nnmo) for
more than n year, and took tnis occasion to
(vilify his desire to do him harm.
It will bo remembered by many of our
renders that during street tax collecting
time last summer Collector Word went for
a well-known, citizen, for refusing to pay
his taxes. Tho citizen was taken beforo
Shniincisy, who went for him to the tuno of
$5 nnd costs. Tho citizen took an appeal
to tho circuit court. Yesterday Judgo
Bakjr sustained the appeal; nnd thus, In
turn, tho citizen went for Ward and Shan
ncssy, leaving them, or tho city, to bear
tho burdens of their folly.
Mr. Chas. Mehnnr has just received
from the pullshors In New York, a book
tf costumes containing all the latest styles
of stageeqiilomenti. II b invites his friends
to call and examine the book, and If there
aro any periods desiring articles in this
line, Mrs. Mehntr Is prepared to furnish
them on short notice and reasonable
terms. Mr. Mchner also has a number of
masks which he will tell or hire out to
those who may want them. Mr. Mchner
has removed his establishment to tho two
story frame building opposite John
SchcoVs hhll, where he is prepared to fur
masks on the shortest notice.
Feb. 2-dl w.
It Is true that Blankenburg's Excel
sior saloon Is now one of tho 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. Blankcnburg
who knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
a fine free luncb every morning and eve
ning, and, as be forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens tho lunch witb music." Ho
has employed the services of a first-rato
pianist, who makes the grand piano
which stands In ono end of tho saloon
peak out In musical tones. Evorybody
is invited. The best order is maintained
and all improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the Excelsior saloon
is at tho Corner of Washington avenue and
Wo glvo below a list of tho persons
tried, for criminal offenses, during the
present term of the circuit court, together
with tho sentence of the court, as follows :
Thus. Wilson, larceny, sentenced to tho
iounty jail 16 days; Margret Welsh, lar
ceny, days in jail; Ed. Logan, (col
ored) assault to murder, 30 days In jail
David Wilson,. II. II. Landwick, Joseph
Banfleld, John Thomas, G. II. Hill, Jas
Fleming, Louis Johnson, Ed. Craig and
Lizzie Smith were sentenced to tho county
jail for terms ranging from 15 tu'.'O days
Tho following were tried, convicted and
sentenced to the ponttcntiary as follows
Al Hollowell, 1 year; Jno. Kellv.2 vears
David Turner, larceny, 14 months; James
Morgan, larceny, 2yoars; Ben. Johnson
18 months; John Brown, larceny, 3 vears
Henry Johnson, larceny, 3 years; James
Murray, larceny, 3 years ; John Purdy,
assault to murder, 4 years; Caroline Tay
Jor, burglary, U years. The following
ultra tried anil liolinr,el .T.Oin W Ttitt
tlugc, oMning money under falso pre
tenses; Ed. bh en, Charles Rover, Charlis
J. Green, John Williams, Ed. Gallagher,
Henry Boyd, Gcorgo Foster, Otto Keller,
.Michael Walsh and Gcorgo W. Powers.
John Bear, sent to reform school. George
Mosscr, for tho killing of Robt. Bribacb,
was tried and acquitted. There wero a
number of persons tried for minor offenses'
nnd punished or discharged as their eases
seemed to merit. The cases of Charlio
Walker, Henry Jenkins and John Dixom
indicted for murder in tho first degree'
wero continued to tho next term of court
BUSINESS IS BUSINESS-
H. LEVT CO.'S rRICE LIST THE HICIIIEST
'Ihe firm of II. Levy & Co, 93 Ohio
lovee, dealers In furs, of all descriptions.
hides, tallow,feather, wool, etc., are build-
fng up a trade and earning for themsel
ves a business reputation second to no
house in the city. In their dealings with
their customers, thoy aro honorablo and
upright, representing only facts. For
urtieles in their Una they pay tho hichest
cash prices. Below will bu found a list of
tin articles In which they deal, together
with the ruling price in this market :
$2 00 to $'. 25
Kueeoon 10 l0 co
aitisK rati r, tn
Otter 1 .mi-.
Beaver An t
Bear skins 2 00 to
HIDES em pni-ur.
Deer skint 20 to
Beef hides, dry flint 18 to
" green salt 9 to
Calf hides... to
OTHER AKTICLKS PEK POUND,
Feathers 60 to
Wool 25 to
Beeswax 20 t0
Tho above quotations are subject to ro
BURNETT & CO.
HIGHEST CASH TRICE rAID
Messrs. Burnett St Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth street, are prepared to pay tho high
et cash price for articles In their lice, as
Prime Mink $1,75 t0 o2;,
ituccoon cue to COt
Wild Cat 40 tu 50
Opossum 10 to 12
Beaver Skins fi.00 to 7,00
Green Salt 9 to lOc
Grcon Salt, kip and calf. to He
Deer Skin i!0 to 35c
For other nrticlcs, such as rags, fcuth
rs, bees wnx, wool and tallow, we ill pay
ll'o highost market prices.
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
containing 7 rooms, d.tern and out
houses comn Utn
"l'l'iy o .'
W. w. Tmorntov. I
FEBRUARY 2l 1S72.
rROORAMMK FOR EIIK OOVcnvuvur
TltDCK WHO ATTC.XIJ.
In order that It be fully undent., ..i i...
all contemplating attending tho grnnd
masquerade lo b,i given under the autnl-
ccsof tho Terp3ic'ioronn club and tint u
wrong construction may not be entertain-
ed of tho article in vesterdav's lln.t.R.
tin, tho following will be strfc Iv enforc
Members nnd parties holdlnc Invitations
for tho scries aro Invited without further
notice; and members having friends desir
ous of attending must secure invitations
from tho Invitation committee.
Thoso masking can do so at homo or at
tho hall. All nro expected t'lnntiniirlo thn
front parlor of tho St. Charles iK.lel, nt 8
o'clock, sharp. Tho flrt set will bu called
at 8J o'clock. Thu cntrnnco lo thu hill
being tho back stairs of the li.a. l, will bu
guarded by two or more members of ihu
club, mnsk.il, who will bo rt nulled
to sco and know tho ftco of ever imp
ntcrlng. No ciitranco can bu made
through the front door. At II o'clock
tho grand march will bo taken up and
after marching and counter-marchlnc
circle will bo formed around tho hill,
when nt thu word"umnak," all m.uks will
bo raited. After umniskimr. each l'umi
will taku his own partner and contiuuu
the march to supper.
By order of tl.u Committee on Invita
tion and Floor Managers
MEETING OF THE FIREMEN.
ORGANIZATION 0FTI1K TIRE DKPARTM F.NT.
Tho second meeting to otganizu thu
fire department of thu city of Cairo, was
held in the council chain! cr on .Monday
tho 20th of January, at 7 J o'clock.
Col. John Wood, chairman, culled the
mooting to order, 13 members present,
when thu minutes of thn pruvious meeting
were read and on motion approved. No
quorum being present, tho meeting took a
rccc-s of 10 minutes.
On re-assembllng, a quorum being pres
ent, Mr. H. Winter, chairman of tnc com
mittee appointed at previous inciting,
presented by-laws for the uoverninent of
tlio officers of trio lire department, wtiich,
upon motion of Mr. Obirly, wero received
The by-laws for tho government of tire
companies going to, at, and coming from
fires wero then taken up and read by Mr,
II. Winter, chairman.
Mr. Oberly moved tho by-laws as read
bo taken up and considered by sections
Mr. McIIale moved as a substitute that
they lie upon tho table. An amendment
was offered by Mr. Lansden that they bo
recommitted to the cnimiltcc. A debate
ensued, participated in by Mr. S.ifford,
Swaync, Oberly, McIIale, Schuh and Win
ter. Mr. Lansde.i s amendment to re
commit was sustained, when upon motion
of Mr. Oberly, tho presidents of the cv
eral companies wero added to the commit
Mr. Oberly moved a committee of four
be appointed to confer with officers of the
Arab firo company, to ascertain their
grievances una . Mvw m..iMf
Tho chair appointed .1. II. Oberly, U.
Scase and 0. N. Hughes said committee.
Tho meeting then adjourned to meet to
Monday evening, tho PJtli of February,
1872, at 7 o'clock.
W. F. Pitcher, See' v.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE.
Dwelling house built hist summer and
two acres of ground, cost $3,5u0 and store
houso, cost $1,500 now renting for twenty
dollars per month, in n growing railroad
town in Southern Illinois. Will exchanire
part or nil of the abovo for dwelling house
of lame value in Cairo. This is a good
opportunity for any ono wanting to go in
to business. Address U.S., caro of Bi'L
let in, Cairo.
Notice. Thu bct entertainment in
tho city Is at the St. Nitholas hotel, saloon
and restaurant. Tho host music tiiat can
bo had violin and piano. Good lunch
every morning ami night. All of the
finest brands of cigars, and tho best St
Louis lager beer, always fresh and nice.
Give us a call.
Harry Walker. Proprietor.
II. Levy & Co., nt No. 03 Ohio levee,
have on hand nnd for sale in quantities to
suit puiclinser.s, ono thousand jwuuds ol
good feathers. They will be sold at prices
within tho reach ot thu poorest. Families
suppled at reasonable rates. dec ll!-tf
Mr. W. H. Ryan lins lately opened a
frame and picttiro es'.iibllshmcnt on 8th
street, near cor. Washington avenue.
His stock comprises frames of all styles
und size', and many very handsomo pho
tograplif, engravings, chromo, nlbunu
etc. Hu has nil sorts of mouIdiiiL's and
makes tho framing of pictures to order, n
specialty. Mr. K. invites nil to call and
examine his stock. Jan 28-lm-d.
Nitice I wish to notify nil persons
against buying or in nny way trnding for
a certain due bill held by j". II. Giatc
house against tho underslgned.iis I hold a
note for u greater amount ugainst Mr.
Orutehouee. Jas. Somerwell.
Thirty cents a week will securo a pol
icy for ono thousund dollars in tho Lil
Association of America. A good invest
ment for a young man. For particulars
apply to Carl L. Thomas, special agent.
Marriage Ouiuk.--Interesting work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Prin
60 cent.. Address Dr. Butts' Disporisary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis
Mo, Seo Advortisemnit tf
Testimony. Thouandsof muthors aro
constantly speaking in exulted terms of
commendation of tho magical effects of
Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup for southine;
oiniua tcettiinu'. Jnii31d&wlw
Sleepino Rooms for Rent. Ton
woll ventilated sleoping rooms In Citya
tlonal Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank,
take:; rno;.i vf.steiiday'h rnccKnniscs
in nitcs' COURT.
Frank Tiffin, nuhninwns f.'itnd
lying on tho levco beiislly drunk. Q-slnri
took him up nnd lodged him in ll:o cnhi-
noose. Hros fined Tiffin S'2 and oas. I
Ho paid it nnd considered himself lucLy '
I" Setting oir so cheap.
Perry Johneon's wlfu sworo out a
wnrraiit, charging Perry with nbtislvo
conduct toward her. Tho old darky
was brought beforo his honor, and plead
not guilty to tho clinrgo. Tho evidence
against him Jwas rnthtr too flimsy and
ho was discharged.
M'norvn Hurley, n colored damsel
who is possessed of tho most "unruly
inwnbnr" of any she nigger in the city,
was beforo his honor yesterday morning,
this being tho tlilrd llmo she has been
" up " this week. Sho was accused of using
oflensivu Inngungo to two of her colon-d
slstnrs. Fivu and costs, as usual. The
amount of tho lines and costs assessed
aynlnst Mcnorvn within tho past three
days, la tilt 50. Good enough I
Three men, employes on one of the
railroads now being built into this city,
came to town, nnd taking aboard too much
whisky, becainu noisy and quarrelsome.
ieir the corner of Foul teenth .treet they
pushed a negro woman off thu sidewalk.
Officer .Sheehan saw the movement and at
tempted to arrest them. They all three
sot upon him, and a defperale slruggloen
sued. Sheehan knocked tho leader of the
gang down, when tho others pounced
upo'i him, and hud It not been for the
timely arrival of officer Qui tin, and the
assistance of a negro man, whoso name
has slipped our memory, he would havo
no doubt been killed. They were fin. ills
arreted and placed in tho calaboose. At
5 o'clock thev were taken beforo Bros
who sent them lo work on the streets for n
term of 10 dnvs each. Their names aro
Joseph Cool), AVin, Carroll and Joseph
Gilnm. When the difficulty between offi
ccr hhcehan nnd tlio villains occurred
thcro wcro at least fifty men standing
around him, and not one of them offered
to lend tho officer a helping hand. The
negro above referred lo was tho only one
who seemed willing to render hlrn any as
imported Malaga grapes at Jorgon
sous, corner or 'twentieth street and
Washington avenue. tf
New French prunes, currants and
raisins always on hand at Jorgcnion'i
grocery store. tf
Hteamer. Where from. Whers to
Alaska Mound Citv
Cache Cairo Mound City
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
Thu following Is the report of tlio con
dition of the rivers at the places named
f or thu 24 hours ending at 3:40 yesterday
condition of rivers.
Tho heavy ico continues coining out of
tho Ohio and was running heavier than
tho day beforo. There Is scarcely any cur
rent in the riverand tho ico hardly moves
Yesterday morning tho ico came to
Htnnd still opposite Wilson's boat, storn and
win broken up by tho tugs Montauk and
Cache. It is said by some, that it was fro
zen entirely ncross the river, but wo are
of tho opinion that owing to the
oro tho water lias been forced back
and Is nuarly back water now, and tho
ico not having anything to push it
forward, it stoppml for a few minutes of Its
own accord. Tlio ice from tlio Mississippi
is not as heavy as heretofore and is coming
out 111 less quantities, alio UDIo was
rising slowly yesterday nnd is probably
on 11 stand-still this morning. Since thu
irorgo formed tho river lias risen about
fuur feet. Tlio upper Ohio remains closed
ns tight as can well bq and navigation is a
thing ot tho past. Tho Mississippi is woll
packed in ice and likely to keep cool for
long time. Well, " wo know h.iw it
ourselves," now, nnd tho only thing to bo
dono is to keep cool and let her go by
(tho Ico wo mean.)
BUSINESS AND WKATHER.
Business on tho landing yesterday was
rather on the quiet ordor und tho wharf
boats prcsonted a dosortcd appearance,
There was one boat loading for tho south
nnd sho will have all she can carry when
she leaves here. Tako it all in all yester
day was a dull dny on tho rivor.
Tlio weather was not as cold yesterday
ns tho day beforo nnd thero wero somo
propect of Its becoming warmer; but
what is tho use to undertake, to foretell
tho weather when it has becomo so fickle
It was reported yesterday that tho
Charles Bjdmunn had nearly worked hor-
self out of tho gorgo and tho prospects for
her succets wcro good. Sho was with in
200 yards of tlio foot of tho gorgo nnd it
was thought sho would got thrjugli. Tho
Illinois is just abovo her and If tlio Bod
innnn gets out tho Illinois will follow her.
Tho Alaska camo down from Mound
City whera sho wont to Imvu her injuries
repaired, Sho Is now incomplete) ordor
and Is lnylng at hor frioglit pilo and will
Inko it on board and bo all roady to leavo
for Now Orlnnns whon J;lio rivor opons.
Tho tugs Montauk nnd Cacho havo dono
u great deal of good for tho harbor In tlio
way of keeping it clear of Ice at tuo
wlntrfbnats and tho warehouses. They
lmvo been on tho go ovor sinco tlio ice
commenced running and havo broken a
heap of it.
There are leverai ioau oeiow woiiimoui j
waiting for the bi;Q to break, and unlost
I hey are In r- safe lace, there Is dangtr of
some of them being damaged, when thn
gorge- bu go. Tl.ii gorgo Is about la
miles long r.nd 1 1 feet deep.
Cf.y r.'Mllomil Ilnnti Htilli!lnr.
SuSpcd.il attention paid lo orders Iruin nemo
oats nlKht or ilar.'CSt
Wright's no pius uura mluccd mea
prepared expressly for family use, at Jor
gensou's. Prvnelles, in one pound boxes, at
I.. .Torgenscn has on hand a fresh sup
ply of Damsons, ir. syrup. If
For new citron, orancu and lemon
new citron, orange and
peel, go to Jorgonson's corner of
ticlh street and Washington avenue.
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor-
enson's, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. tf
City Clerk's Offl-a, 1
.. Janu.rr 27.1172.. f
Cairo, Ills., January 27,1172..
Putlio notice i hereby gifta that a general
charter election will bene d.
"H lir.D T, TH B 2.TM BIT Or FISICIBT A. P.
1812. In till-Cllvol Cir... In thoalatout Illinois.
lor the pui pose of tl.cllcg
A :ily I'r. murer,
A Cut Mar.lisl,
A I'lly Attorney.
A I'm cr Maii.tr.tte tn puree. d V. Krols. F.m.
ahdihree iremut. the Htlect (Xuoril, t" Tol
io: One member from the First Ward, to anceta
I' ft hcnuli.
One mnnlr from the Second W.rd.to iutettd
C. K. WoudMard.
Une member trom the City at Large, toauccead
Ml member! ot Ihe Hoard of Aldermen. fnl.
To member. Item the Fiit Ward, to attccred
I Walderand LnKIl.
Two member, from the B'cond Ward, to iue-
cted W. Under and Henry Winter.
On member from the ThirJ Ward, lo aacceed
One memtier from the Fourth Ward, to aucrted
James Carro I.
Toll, will be np.nd In the different wards as
follow., lo the Flint Warn, at Hie fir t hou-e nn
Ihe exit a.di of Vatliltitnn atenue, x low Filth
In the rcond Ward, al the Ai.li Engine hnu.e.
In the Ti.irJ WaM, at the Hlbe.nian Earlne
In the Fourth Ward, a' the Cntirt House,
foil, will be opened at B a.m., ai d clo.ed at t
oVl ck. n.n . by order of the ell. council.
an2t .3n. M J. HOWLKY. City Clark.
rebrssary 5, 1.71.
The Kelett Council of fooli apprnTet ol lha
Cairo Casino and hn. in it. unbounded wUdnm
rlre4 lo celebrate the fifth maequerade .his
n.on, which will, . It eer hat done, eoilre.y
and compleily e. Iip.e any, and esersthint here
tofore or herrafier to be ailemi'tef. The noil
cnnepicuous fool, in the communily, among
whom, my dear realer, yon undoubtedly are
:lae I, will be invited to demniiMrate that tnur
pre nee will lully appreciated, No tickets
wll be .nbl at the door and those wihi t tickets
...I .l.i.ln them of any member of the Caa'.uo,
OA It I. I,. TII'IM-.
1.01 M lll.tTTUf L'.
Commntee of Arrangement, of Clio Casino
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO
Solicits all kinds of risk.
Atent, Cairo. '.
S O A I,
CAIRO CITY COAL
with thu best
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"nrKrt'S left at ll.lllday Ilron. office, 70 OHIO
W I.EVEK. or at Ihe l oal Yard Mow the HI.
Cnarlen llniel, will receive prompt atiemlon
ItlETUO "MO.NTAtlK,rwiHt.riqg coal along
mde .learner, at nv hoar. nc2Mf
CHll. SCItOtltWIYIl. Wllllix SCHICK.
CHAS. SCIIOENMEYER & CO.
All orders promptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OF WASHINGTON AT-
ENUE AND TENTH ST.,
O. Drawer 1801.
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Thia superb llmr Dye la the fiat IntuiWusi
I'erlec Iv ll.mil... ii.h.t.i. ".' "
No rtlspi.oinlment. No Itidiculoua Tinta or
pieaaani wor. The genuine W. A. Bachn...
Black or natural Brown. Vota not 8ia n the
BklD, but leave tht Hair Clean, 80ft Md Btmi!
Wold by ail druggists. KactoryieBoaditmt