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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1872.
TRAVELER'S GUID1S.
TAKK NOTICE.
TiwxTAtiLr. or the Illinois central it. k.
onnJft..riundr,U: litu icti.ii. - MImw -
dr uirr-UbU will ipse rn ' aiwal ,u,'
or of Minftt r tialns al Calnt
Ptparl Mall train, dally .........
Exprear, daily.
J rWr Hall. ilnllr...
.. 4iU0 n.ni.
li;3') p in.
. a.son.n.
Expren.dally, rffpmuniUy .:." pi".
No ensnare of nnfrnrticniro ui bt. l,oiil.
o'ca.-i from Cairo to Chicago. Klrtni
rea-leg Roii sleeping cara on niuhl
ftHM" chted li U Important f"''''
CAIRO AND JiOUND CITY
CACHE
Will make throe trips dally.
uinx ciiao I ir
Al T..... " I M i
Lrtvixo moi xu (in
a.m. At ki.Hi - n.m.
Jt 1 1
A I 4 30.........
a.m. I At liSO P
P.m. At i) . -.p.m.
rare ra:n 17 ' "iimt . uinf-. -
Wilt Us., when hailed, nt any Rood lutcitn'dtate.
cents J M tlekela for Ii 40.
ICIinruinii
mtvinr.
ttJIDf lor paaaenKcrawr imam.
HUIKH' It OATs,
XVAN3VILLE AND CAIRO,
The fliinWamer
' idlewIld,
t? rnwi.RR Master
Will leae Cairo for Enn-ill every Sunday anil
fh. ranlnir.. lit i oYI.'tf P.M.
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
MAIL MOAT.
Tfle splendid ncaiwcr
Joe l,onIor,Mnlor.
Cilro nl'.'. 'iil'y excepted) et4
Vjr fci j'lt ir pi-w npnlj oa board or
rjrir.'-" p JAS. IllMUM, Ar'l.
r
OiimberlniiJ lllver IMckcts
NASHVILLE, OLARKSVILLE AND
CAIRO.
Tht splendid steamer
TYRONE,
TOM HAKUAN...MalT AI.EX. HAIID Clerk
Will leate Cilro every Snturtl a at f o'clock p.m.
(rClatkyille, and Nashville. For Ircight or
nanace, api ly on ooarn or lo
' Janatf n .IAS ntr.rirt, Ag't.
NASHVILLK, CLARKSVl ULK AND
CAIRO.
The irV.lanl ale tnl
JOHN LU3ISDEN,
OWKN DAVH...Maiter .........Cleric
Will leare Cairo erery Tnnrxday at 6 o'clock p.m.
for .Vaihrille, Cl.irkarillMiid all nay pnlutn. l'or
Prefxht or pa 2 I'I'lr on t ard ' to
Jn3if. JAU. liKJi.S, Ag't.
NXsUVrLLErCLAVriiyviM7B"XND
CAIRO,
The 5od ntcamer
TALISMAN,
WIt.Er 8IMM?...Miitcr
-Clerk
k i
Will leare Cairo erery Monday at 4 o'clock, p.m.
for Nahrll)e, and all wny porn Kor freight or
jin J tf
J AH. MGCH, Agt.
IHMItmAM' TH.UV.TS.
IM.MIGHANT T10K1JTS
FOR SALE, ) For Sale ( VOW SALE,
I F-r Sale J
FOR SALE.J K0r5n!SlF0i: SALE
Faro from LtvEiti-oot.,
Furo from Lon'dckucukt
Furo from Olasoow,
JFurc from Queunstown
TO
CAIRO, :::::::: $1 S
2 0
Sailor. I, Morrn A Ca
fc-enla.
I.V.MAN LINK
Luerpool Mcw.roik and Philadelphia
Steamship Company,
art coaiaiCT with f sited rTr.'iKD ccitiiu
OOTtasMINIl
Kor Cirrylnx t Mall.
FOR PASSAGk TICKETS
or rrarnta iNroaMtnov
APl'LY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.J
h Hroadway, Ncw.oik, orlo
II. II o II l I ,
Wa.hineton Afenee, Cairo. nM. 51
FOIt NAI.K
The llllnola Central H'l Ho'ad Cmnptny now
oflcrfor lo the tollowinsdncrllimt lull in Kir
Addiiioato th Ciiy of i;iro, vlr :
Lot Ti hlock 20. Lot -U block l2,
" 11 ' ;o. " '.'7 n,
' 6 " bj, " a tj,
H, " :il at,
" 3 " ' 3.' ' Hi.
Vox lermt.ele. apply vj JAMES JOHN 'OS,
dll a.i'.
IIIYNICIAV
WILLIAM Jt. SM I T 1 1 , M. I).
RESlDJiNCE No. SI Tliirlecnili ifert, li. I
teen WMahiinrioii Hn-nueau I Wnlnui airn. .
UHiw liiConiniereiHliiveniiM. im (nlr.
C. W. DU.VNLW, M. 1)" i
l-VUlll.UKni. . ...
I. It k . ''''-'oriier.Mnlli and Walnut mi
. "';"n"r n,'h ireni mil ; lorn,.
umc hoiir.-frmnr, .m. w ii , , Nnd a p m
11
WAUDNi:.!, M. 1)
1) F.-.1UKNCK, Corner sm,,..!, ,.,... ...j
if... .''"E'oo ";niiMnwiit I..1UK- of. .
in, nd"i lo 4 n in.
..ur 10 in w
Hiiluf.
'Avvvr.its.
Alil-BS. MULiCby NYllhrhfLKK
ATTOKNKYs
A Mi
COL'N.SKL': HS
tVlllialr. J iii.k
AT L.WV.
K ;? i'"."?. t CAIIIo. ii.MKmu
"! P. Whi-elirJ
1na.,,,n,:'' I.d .0 rlre, .,,
Fl!!ra..,,n,.Oh,o,
OHEKN & uTLm?
ATTOUNKVS
1SU
COUNSELOUS AT Law
S'llllam D, , ljAN,
William Ii. fi lljfrt, ...i,, ...
Mlle.K.fillherl. ' J ,Al""' IU.INoH.
.."r01- attention u,
tttamtoat bixmesH. A'lmually
orrtcx-
61110 LES-EIC, ROOMS 7 ANp S oyr,.
CITY NATIONAL IIANK.
..
BT. CIWiiles 1I0TKL,
Proprietor
D. REXFORD
WMiaoiioUTr.,seo,llll
Cairo, llinois.
itne Qili) Firtt'C'lasi House in
r KaxstaM cDTr4 lo cd from ih ru...
wu
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
U.S.jtltlOHAM, M. 1).,
rlOMBOPATHIS,
j ,,..
, Ofiick, 13d Commercial am-unue,
Oin.-p liuiir". to IOh.ih., and I to 3 p.m. , Ileal
dcnic.No II N'lnll. etrei I, Cairo. 111". fcl.Tlm
I'OH
M KM I'll 16 AND WAY
INOS.
The Fine Stnicf,
LAND-
ARKANSAS 1JKLLK.
JACK CHUMMEIt Mystrr.
NE. 1IUIUI Ue,u
Will lenie Cilro for Mcmpliia nnd mh) huilinc-.
a aoon in Hie lei Wife i rmt"ii. Mno will
i'n iiiik'Ihu In ip .ivc Ir.CKli' tu.tlny Ifom either
J. Al. I'll Up, M. 0, Wright Mid Sol. -o'er
A n r.
sio.v n it i rt: .
CAUL L. THOMAS,
DO'
e.l u rei"nd irn'iiptly to all d'
maud- fur Ilia crvlci'.
UHOI'-COII. fiTII-HT. A.V1) Colli! KKCAI.-AV
lii Iip 1'rrrr Ifonar,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
norZ'i.lll
OAS FirrcitN.
II. T. G MOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
KDrta ix
UAH FIXTURES,
flat Ki'ier'a and l'liimlier'a material, Woo
liumpi, Rlnl.d oii'l ang.u vahui, atop
cooks, check vulvoi.ete.
XLH3 iOIT ioa
rutin HrollicrN I'ntcnt Dry (kh flcfm
ind MiirrliniHe, WelN A Co'n Automatic W'ato'
lndlcamr ami supply Vulro forateam Loilera.
WI.NTKlt's 11LOCK, COHMKIICIAL-AVKNUI
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Wc arc authorir.cl to annoitnoe Andrew Cain
as a candidate lor re tlrc'ton to the office of City
Marhl ut tho approaching charter election.
Wo arc aulhorucd to Renounce Mr. Joseph B
Tnjlor nn iMiididnte fur re-election to the ofllc
of Cily Treaaurcr at the entiilnjj charter
election.
We n.-e aiilhor.z-il In iinniitince Michael linw
ley as iio.inJJdate for rvelecllu lo Ihe office ol
C.ly Clerk nt the cnuliif clmricr clfcllon.
THE BULLETIN.
-
i.b!lsliel every iiioriiisiir, .1Ioii.I..r ci.
eejileil.
ALL SORTS Or ITEMS-
C'oiil is in dunmiiil.
l'atrorizu tliu Itil'urni.inti' lmll noxt
Mnmlny night.
A sjitcinl term of llin county cuurt i
tiilkoJ of.Vhercforo ?
Tlio i;iand niiisqiicriKlf! brill ut the St.
Clinrles to-nit;1it will lio n big tiling.
Tlio wrntlivr ynterdiiy wni much
warmiir tlinn fur several days previous.
Smoked aulmon mid Yurmoiitli blont-
erj, just receive 1 nt .loryensimV. tf.
Tim icy gorge ii us Imd 111 uvur. JIust
burst toon, however. Citn't stuy idwnys-
Oyster Simp nt Harry "Wulfccr'a every
morning. Alio fresh St. LouL beer, tf
WnntCil (!!r), to do general Iioujo
work. "Will pay g"o,l wages,
febl It ' II. S. H.vr.UKt.L.
II wo were n t afraid Unit Davis
would come back tit u-, .vo would mv that
local iteiiu lire exceedingly ecurec.
A couple of Fioirth ward gentliiinen
engaged in an angry altercation yesterday,
out of which oiic of ilium came much tho
worse for the wear. Five and costf, etc.,
fettled it.
Mefsrs. Hurd and Oborlv, director! of
thu Cairo ii St. houi, railroad, left this
morning by tho 4 o'clock train to uttend
the meeting of Iho Im.ird at I'arbondale,
to-lny at 9 oVUU
From the iiiniiiur lu which our ux
eli.ingei. spenl.-, the penplo ulong the lino
of liiii Cairo A- Vinccniies load, urn in
high glee nt the pro,pect of the enrlv
n.M.mL.ir... ,.r f .1 i I
' ' "".'"" norougii-
Tho Mid-Fellows henllcinl association I
is prospering, and it now numbers
mmiv
uiumbers. This organization of this
society is but tho iniatory step to establish
ing liko atociations throughout tho j
lite. j
Judgu llr.,,5 h, been uppointed I
agent for thu New England Life, Triumph
j tire, of Cincinnati, ,.. Anchor tiro und
I murine, of St. Lou... inMirnnco compa
j tiles. See Ills a.lverii..mi!lll , nnotllur
eolum.
Now that lb.) Cairo und Vlnccnnoi
"iicau ii u uxeii met me ciintruet
having been lei, and work to bo cominer,.
luil at once. .Iori;en.-ii Is prepared to soU
Ml kind, of Kroceries cheaper limn anv
lit' II i invi'iiiuu nut, t
IW hou.u i the city. tl
The musimorndit ti. eoiiin oil nt tho St.
Charles hotel this nvnnlni' is occiinvlnir
... o .-. oi
. lltr. till.....!.... . . - t. ,, i
,,., ,,, miiiiyiii our young ioiks,
', U U b(""J to be n sucenn. If n liood uttend-
ueo will make iisucli, for everybody that
has reeeiv.,1 .... 1....1....1.... i. "...i..
present.
.... UM ,,,, itniiiju is Burn lu uu
-Feather Dusters, nnd Looking Glasses.
; have,,., llltl( flH) kl0(.k (f j,Vntucr
wr.' Lo.klug (ilas.es which I am
i ,UnK very eheaii, i,t Thonton's Hlock.
I nili trees. , a.UABKBlt.
1 febl Ct
I The Mound Citv e rninn ichont nim.
ohitlon will Blvo nuiund maiqucrado ball,
' for the benefit of Ihu Gorman school of
. luul hure, ut Stoke' hull on next lloudav
uB. ureal nrenarallons linre Lenu
made nnd tho bullpromliei to be atnngntf
icont nffnlr.
Mr. Frank McLmie, bookkeeper for
l..o Arm of Morris, Hood & Co., maim
faclurcta of all kinds of lumber, nt Ullin,
Illinois, died early yetcrdny niornlnit
Mr. Jus. S. Morris wn In the city jester-
day pr.icuiltig tho necestary burial omul
for tlio cecoa'cd.
Tho ladles of tho I'rcibytorhm church
will glvo an oyster supper ut the church
on Thursday evening, 15th inst. Tho
houso will bo,, opened early that all who
come may bo able to partake of tho ro
frchmenti. The public nre Invited.
Where arc you going? To tho plaoo
number C3, Oil' lnvee, whero they keep
tho bct fresh oysters, llsh nnd gnmo, h:iJ
the fitiott wines, liquors and cigars to bt
found In tho city. Open nt nil hours, dsy
or night. J- K- rARK
Tho Great Republic will not tnko tho
I),iko Alexis down tho river, as was hor
Intention. H I. H. left Memphis for
Now Orleans yostcrduy on bonrd tho
steamer James Howard. Tho Republic
remains bound by the ice as tight as ever
between this city and Columbus.
It having been reported that all pet
sons applying for admission to tho mas
querade ball to-night who are not dressed
In mask, will not bo allowed to enter tho
ball room, wn nro requested to say that
such is not the case. All that is necessary
is to present a ticket of Invitation to secure
admltsion.
Great inducements to any ono wish
ing to buy a first-class piano or organ.
E. & W. lludor offet their entlro stock In
thn pluno and organ lino at tho uctiml
cost of the instruments. Thoy are desir
ous of closing out tho stock to that they
may uso tho room for jowelry manufactur
ing purposes.
Tho Sun man is ancr hccane
said ho gathered his locals from tho back
window of a back building, ctts,n.id quotes
tto first few words of several Itcma in yes.
terday'a Bulletis. VTo intended to
"quoto back" at him, but, confound tho
thing, tliare wasn't a local item in hi pa
per to quoto from.
Yesterday evening, bctvoen four and
fivo o'clock,Jthe monoy drawer of Thiclccko
grocery store, on Commercial avenue, was
robbed of all tho cash it contnindd. Mrs.
Thlclecki) stoppod from tho storo to n back
room to put somo wood in tho stove,
and tho drawer wna robbed during her
absence
Mr. Gustuv Klingsohr, a musician of
noted ability, who has for tho pat few
year, been engaged as a professor in Bal
timore, Md., propocs to nmko his futuro
homo in our citv and now offers hi. er-
vicostotho public. Those who havo not
already engaged competent teachers would
do well to addre Mr. Kllng'ohr, llox
11GJ, Cairo, III.
A note eeriou'ly reflecting on tin
character of n gentleman who occupies a
very high and responsible po
sition in tliii community, was
picked up on tho street by a small boy
several days since. Wonder if there is
any truth in what is written in the note.
If there Is, the, public ought to know it.
'Much to tlio alarm ur.d nnnoynnca of
the residents of Fourth street and AVasli-
ir.iiton nvonue, n party of vagabonds have
boon In tho habit of kindling a lire in uiiu
of tho old shanties left standing by tiio re
cent fire. Night before lat officers Shee-
han and Martin mado a raid on tho build
ing, and five men vrcro captured and
lodged in tho calaboose.
Mr. W. H. Ryan has lately opened a
framo and picture establishment on 8th
street, near cor. Washington avenue.
Ills stock comprises frames of -all styles
nnd size, and many very handsome pho
tographs, engravings, chromos, alburns
etc. Ho has all sorts of mouldings and
makes tho framing of pictures to order, a
specialty. Mr. R. invites all to call and
examine hi stock. Jan 28-lm-d.
Ily reference to u camtnunlcatiun to
be found In aiiotner column of to-day's
Rcm.ktin, it will be neon that Col. Smith
nnd Mr. Norris, of tho firm of Djdge,
Lord & Co., will be in tho city this
morning for thu purpoio of settling claims
aguinst tho contractors of the C. and V.
railroad. Thin looks like busines', and
bodes well for the filtura of the Cairo and
Vinccniies railroad.
Wo have no Hesitation in recommend,
lug William Killers, boot and hoo maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. Wh
know whereof wu speak whun we saj i.i.
work U done in a matterly manner at thu
lowest price. Ho lues 'I ithing but the
best of nock, nml lie cannot bo excelled in
tho delicate task of making an oxaei M',
(.,V(, him n call ft l.l shop on Twenllell.
street, between Washington aveuiio and
Poplar street, nearly oppuslto tho cimrl
house, nnd wo will guuratiteo satisfaction.
Yesterday uft"rno.n a very lnre;o
party of very little Indie mrl gentlemen
nssemblcd at tho rmldeni" f Mr. T. W.
Ualllday to partijipatu in i'ih eulubratlon
of tho sixth birth dav o!' litllo Tommy
Halliday. Tho little foil.- one and all, en
tered into tho festlvitie of tho occulon In
a spirit thai told how highly thoy enjoyed
It. Thoy were n morry party of little
pooplo, and tho occasion will long bo ro
numbered by them. Little Tommy enter
tained them in fine atyle, and if tho hearts
of n scoro or more of tho littlo ladies who
were prcsont lire not overflowing with
rova for "" tnc-v 0US"1 10 ,jn-
.
, -u.Ulltlmt uinnkenbiirg's Excel-
' lor saloon 1. ....... .... . l.o In jlllnllnn.
of the cily
All ilrliikurs who like ronlly
excellent Hquors-wlilskles, wines, beer,
etc. iio to the Exeulilnr m.i ...i.t-i. i.
fitted uii In splendid style. hiui,i..
who knows how to keep a saloon, spread,
u fine free lunch uvery morning and eve.
ning, and, mh be forcibly expresses It
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." Hil
lias empioyou tlio .crvlc6s of
first-ruto
pianist, who makus the
Brand phmo
whlcli stanus in ono enu of tho saloon
speuk out in musical tones. Kvorybody
Is Invited. Tho best order la malnlulnod
and nil Improper characters suppressed
wiin neatness, clionpncii und dispatch. Ev-,
orybody known that tho .Excelsior saloon
u at ipo corner of Washington avonue and
J'ourli'onth street
THE MASQUERADE.
I'fiortnAMMK FOli THK IIOVKhNMKNT
or
TIICMK WHO ATTEND.
In order that It be fully understood by
nil contemplating attending the "grand
m iKquerado lo bo given under tho ml
i.ltvaurihii'JVrpslehureHii club, and that
a wrong construction may not no i nter
tulned, the lollowlng will bo strictly en
foiced :
Members and parties holding Invita
tions fur the series are Invited wlthou' lur
thor notice; nnd members having frljnds
desirous of attending mustRocuro Invita
tions from tho Invitation committee.
Those masking can do so at homo oral
tho hall. All nro expected to nppear lu tho
front parlor of tho St. Onirics hotel, ut 8
o'clock, shnrp. Tho first set will bo called
at 8 o'clock. The et-tranco to tho hall
being the back stairs of tho hotel, will bo
guarded by two or more members of tho
club, masked, who will bo required to sco
and know tho face of every ono cntorlng.
No cntrnnco can bo inado through the
front door. At 11 o'clock tho grand
march will bo tnkou up nnd after march,
Ing nnd counter-marching n clrclo will bo
formed around tho hall, when at tho word
" unmask," nil masks will bo railed. After
unmasking, each gent will take his own
partner and contlnuo tho march to supper.'
I)y order or the Commitlco on Invita
tion and Floor Mangers.
OUR HOTELS.
WHAT ISTHOUOHTOFTIir.M Anr.OAD THE
bT. C1IAULK3 AND THE DELMONlt'O.
A correspondent of tho St. Louis
Times, writing from New Orleans, undur
duto of February 2d, says of tho St.
Charles:
On my departure from St. Lojis, I
promised you a line, but my tlmo has
been so fully occupied since, thnt I have
irilly found no time to fulfill my pledges.
1 left St. Louis for thu metropolis of
EiiVDton tho 17th tilt., via the short lino
to Duquoin, thence by the Illinois Cen
tral, tlnuintr ooiu roaus in excellent con
dition, as they certainly are of great con
venience lo travelers i.i tiiaiutrcciton.
AT CAIllO
I endued tho hospitalities of thu bt.
Charlns hotel, kept by F. I). Rexford, n
sistod bv his brother. H. D. Rexford, ccn
tlumen who run a first class establishment
and treat their numerous guests to all tho
comforts of u home. Tho city is ftendily
improving, nnd notwithstanding the many
drawbneks It has experienced by firu nnd
otherwise, it Is detlned to become a pliica
of considerable importance.
McBan:, of tho Mitropolis Timet,iho
Inst week spent several days in Cairo, hits
tho following good word for tho New Del
monico,ovcr which Jack Winter presides :
"Those of our citizens who wish to behos
pitably entertained when in Cairo, nnd bo j
mado to icel 'at home, snouiu mawe tne.
Delmonico Hotel their headquarter. They
will find tho familiar and genial fitce of
our 'old timo chum,' James btalcnp, ever
preient to welcome them ; nnd every wish
anticipated and provided for by this chief
among cntertuinors and good fellows. Jim
takes every man to bo liko himself, a
prince and treats them accordingly."
THE HIBERNIANS.
THKIlt IIALI. NKXT MONDAT XIOHT WIIV
ir in uivisjf a iruiirn r runroie.
Next Monday evening, 12th Inst.,
tho Hibernian tiro company's annuul ball
will be held nt Schools hall. Thero is no
company In tho city that deserves more
ut the hands of property holders than the
Hibernian fire company doei. On al' occa
sions and wherever their services nro re.
quired, they nro on hand and always do good
service. Two or thieo enrs ago, tho com
pany, for tho want of enterprising nnd en
ergetic men to lead it, was nil but broken
up. Hut nt tho proper time, such men as
McIIalo, Susnnkn, Burke, Rynn nnd
others took hold of tho then almost
llfvlcss concern, nnd from that timo lor-
ward tho company has had no superior.
Rut tho Hibernians; like other companies
of the city, sometimes need the assistance
cf the public. They just now re
quire means wherewith to pay for tho
property purchased nnd to make such
repairs upon the engine house, apn
ruttis, etc., as aro necessary, and it ii with
thu view of raising money to supply thesu
wants tli.it the ball to come oil' on Monday
night is to bo given. In view of theso
fucis, it is to be hoped that our citizens
will give tho company on this occasion the
substantial ussistulico required to enable
them to carry out their plans. Tho prico
of a ticket has been fixed ut ono dollar a
price within the reach of almost every
one. Every business man and property
owner should buy one, whether ho intends
to attend the bull or not. Shall it not
be io?
THE r'URTKAUE.
II. I.V.VY A CO. PAT THE HIIUIKST MARKET
PIIICF.S.
Ilelow will bo found tho corrected list
of prices paid by II. Levy & Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, woul, tallow, bem
wax, mid nil kind of country produce.
Lovy & Co. do a very lnrgu trade In their
lino, nml It is a wull known tact that they
always puy thu highest prices to bo ob
tained in this market. " hoy nre now
paying for
rup.h :
Mink Si OOu'J 2,'.
Ituccoon .
lid
DO
10 a 15
15
121
00 a 7 00
00 all 00
M n 7.1
27U.-17J
lb" A a 'JO
'a 12 J
On 7
.'.On 00
!0n 70
25n28
AVildCat
House Cat
Musk Rut
Opossum
Ottur
Hear Skins
Heaver, por pound
HIDES, I'KIl pound:
Doer Skins
ltoef Hides, Dry Salt
" " Green Salt
OTHER ARTICLES!
Tallow, par pound
reamers, "
syooi, " "
Rocswax " "
Tho above prico list is subject to correc
tion,
Notice. Tho best entertainment in
the city is nt tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
and restaurant. Tho best music that enn
bu limlvlolin and piano. Good lunch
ovry morning und night. All of tho
"nest brands of cigars, and tho best St.
Louis., lager. beer, always fresh and nlco.
Glvo us a call,
Harry WAi.iiKR.rioprletor.
DIED.
Monday, February 5th, at 12 o'clock,
m., Molllo Rlloy Conley, youngest daugh
ter of William nnd Molllo A. Conley,
nged 10 months nnd 22 dnvs.
Tho funen.1 will tuko nlace from tho
rotldenco of tho parent", nt 1 o'clock, p
HI., to-day. Friend invllnd
St. I.oitli andPlttaliuri paper pleaso cnpv-l
PARTICULAR NOTICE. '
CllRIl AXn VlKPVkU,. tl...n.(.
Oir.cr or lijnnr, l.onn A Co., CovrnACTiia, I
I-iota, Ins., I ch. lith, 1S7J. J
A. tl. Haflord, Esq., Cairo, Mi,
Dear Sin : Col. Smith nnd Mr. Norris
will bo In Cairo Thursday morning to
coinmonco settlement of 0. & V. R. R. mat
ters. You will plcaio notify nny enquir
ers to this effect.
Very truly, yourj,
S. 1'. Peaiiody.
COMPRESSED YEAST.
A beautiful article Just received nnd for
snlo nt wholesale nnd retail by
Rei.vhap.dt V. Rklzneu, Solo Agt.
RAILROAD MEETING.
Orncr or rut Ciuo i. Ht. I.ot is It. It,Co.,l
OAian, III,., Kcb. 3,j( wj. j
A meeting of tho Directors of this Com.
pnny will bo held in tho town of Cnrbon.
dalo on Thursday next, February 8th, A
1). 1872, at 9 o'clock in tho forenoon of said
day. S. Staats Taylor,
tob.ad-td. l'rcidcnt,
AUCTION SALE.
I will offer for snlo nt my sales room
105 Commercial avenue, on Saturday,
February 'Jo, nt 9 o'clock a. m., thofol
lowing nrtlcles, to be sold for charges : '.
llrsi-cinss Milium tallies, complete; ono
lot of gas fixtures, and n lot of stenmboat
sash and doors. Sale po'ltivc, und with
out reserve 1). Haktman, Auctioneer.
jan'J5,1872
SPECIAL NOTICE.
All persons Ir.ving claims against tho
Contractor on tho
Cairo & Vincknnk Railroad
Are requested to Icavo their claims with
A. 11. Safford, cashier City National bank,
to be forwarded to us tor adjustment.
Dodoe, Lord a Co,
Jan. 24-2w-d.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE.
Dwelling houso built Inst summer nnd
two acres of ground, cost $3,C00 and store
house, cost $1,500 now renting for twenty
dollars per month, in n growing railroad
town in Southern Illinois. Willcxchang
part or all of the nbovc for dwelling house
of samo value In Cairo. This is it good
opportunity for nny ono wanting to go in
to buslnes". Address U.S., caro of Rui.
letin, Calroj
V1KK3 AND LIQUOR. "
Put. Fitzgornld, of the Sample Rooms,
has received tho appointment of agent for
tho tale of tho Hammondsport, N. Y
Urbanna Wino Company' wine, in this
city. If tho bottle with which w.) wcro
yesterday preiented is a sample of tho
quality of thco wines, then we nro pre
pared to say that thoy nro nmong thu best
we have over tasted. Ho has just
received u largo consignment, which ho is
prepared to sell at tho loweit figurers
He has nlso on hand n largo and complete
stock of thu various brands of Irish
scotch unit American whiskies, nml wines
of every variety junlSdtf.
ROAM) AND LODGING.
Mr. T.II. Ellis, thu corner of Sovcnth
nnd Commercial is prepared to accom
modulo nil who npply with board, with
or without rooms, at prices lower than any
other first-classhouse in the city. Mr. El
lis keeps tuj excellent table; his rooms nre
front rooms high, light and niry, nnd well
furnished, und wu have no hesitation in
promising tatiifaction to all who call on
him. Mr. Klll will also supply parties
who desiro with unfurnished rooms nt
reasonablo rntes. Let nil interested tnko
notice. Remember -on the corner of
Seventh nnd Commercial. 210
REMOVED.
THOMAS rilOTOORAPHIO ART riALLERY
REMOVED TO THE CORNER OK EIOIIT
hTRKET AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE, IN
IlIbEll's 1IUILDINU.
I now huvo good light to work by and
plensant rooms for tho accommodation of
visitors nnd customer. I nm now pre
pared to do ns good ph itogruphlo work ns
wus ever done in Cairo 1 will tuko pho
tograph, plain, Imitation porcelain und
I gems; old pictures copied, enlarged, nnd
i colored In India Ink or water colors. Par
ticular attention given to taking child
ren's pictures.
j Don't forget tho placo, corner Eighth
street and Commercial aveuiio.
fh"-l w J. J. Thomas,
TERPSICHOREANS.
The fifth nnd llnol party to bo given un
der Iho auspices of tlio Cairo Terpsichorcan
chin, will bo hold at tho St. Charles hotel
Thursday ovonlng, Fob. 8th, 1872. Tho
party is to bo u musquorndo, fancy dress
nnd dross combined. All necessary nr
rnngements to guarantoo a pleasant nnd
social party uro being iniido by tho re
spoctlvo committees. Arrangements huvo
been mnde with nilno host Rexford, to
prepare n tuppor for tho occasion. The
admission feo has been fixed ut $2 for
those who uro not inembora of tho club
All thoso who lmvo rceolved curds of
invitation to tho scries of parties will bo
expected without further notice.
Charles Cunningham,
II. Frank Rlake,
Com. of Arrangements
For Sale. A cottage on ISth stroot
containing 7 rooms, clstorn nnd out
house complete. Apply to
W. W. TuoiWif,
VILLA RfDGE.
ium.Mii iHK urTHF. ILLINOIS STATE HOR-
itu ... uiiai. eoci KTr nEl OHT.
ino coniiiuttco ml Inlerum of tho Illl-
nols statu hoitlciilluriil society, whoso duty
It is to vMt the various sectu ns of tho stnto
whero fruit Is grown, were nt Villa Rldeo
last summer, and rpont several Jays In
iiiai locality. From tho report of Mr.
D.iggy, u member of tho committee, wo
Up tlio following
In tho vlclnty of Villa Rldgo wo found
Iho finest, health est looking pair trees, as
wiioip visileu uurlng the season. Vory
littlo blight or root rot, with fruit of very
Ilfln BlrM nml Inlr polnr
Threo orchards wcro visited in this
locality, and nil Impressed us win. i.
fnct that heretofore this point had been
overlooked. AV'n found It fitln rtf llin Mnil
promising nnd Interesting wo had the
pleasure or visiting.
e, ..M.'T0t ?im0""1 tor. Lho lo"s ,nn?
from this locality except bucauso of tho
modesty of that extremely Egyptian pop-
uiation, ana liopo that tho commlttco
ad interim on pears will do this point
ample justice.
tho pigs picking up nil tho fallinir fruit
wissj y tsiu fs.l. WIUlllllllB niJOUdlTUU
thus destroying the insects, nnd growing
inio vnuie oy leeuing upon what Is gen
eruiiy lost lor want ol fencing in our
prairio country.
A vineyard in tho sumo vicinity shows
this locality Is equally well adapted to tho
grapo culture. -Many sorts aro on trial,
with good results, tint too Concord is tho
lending one, Tho heaviest crop so-n Hny-
wncre was at tins place.
On this place the Philadelphia raspber
ry is placed ubove the Djolittlc In the list
for profit; It is considered of great value
oy the proprietor.
I miii Inclined to think, however, that
from tho appearanco of tho plants, ns well
us tlio estimate placed unon It here, it
must be different from tho variety known
us l'nuuucipiiia in otiiur piaecs.
P0I1.CE MATTERS.
IHefore F. Ilross, : M.j
Dennis Coleman for rciiting an of-
fleer in tho discharge of his duty, was find
$20, nnd sent to the calaboose, for 27 days,
Thomas Lvon, for disturbing the
peace by using abusive and profane Ian.
gunge, wus sent to tho calaboose for twelve
days. Arrested bv Martin.
George Green was up before the court
charged with stealing thirty or forty
cents from Mr. William McCormick.
Hut the evidence against him was too thin
nnd he wns discharged.
Win. McCormick, proprietor of a den
on Commercial avenue near Foutth street,
was arrested bv Marshal Cain on a charire
of nssaultliig and striking. He was fined
fivo and tho trimming. Paid.
Jam) Russell, disturbing the peace
and assaulting Mrs. McCormick, was ar
rested by Cain. He wns fined five dollars
which together, with the costs secured him
ten days lodging In tho city jail.
John Keller, John Gruffer, John Wil
liams and Charles Vcrdy, wcro arrested
bv omcer hhoehan on n charce ol va
grancy. After hearing lho evidence, his
honor asiesed a fine of 150 and cots
against each of them. As they hud no
money wherewith to settle, they woro
given threo hour to leave the city. Tho
last seen of them tbey were leaving town
by tho Illinois Contrnl on foot.
I lie negro Carter, who did the cut
ting ut Freeman's saloon on Sunday, was
up before the court yesterday morning.
It was proven that Arrington, tlio man
stabbed by Cutter, had acted in a most
offensive manner. Ho took poscssion of
tho house, and tried to drive all its in
mates into the street. He went for Carter
with a chair, and called him offensive
names. After hearing tho evidence, Car
ter was discharged, the court holding that
what he did was done in self defense. On
u chnrgo of carrying concealed weapons,
Carter wus fined fivo dollars and the costs,
which he paid.
BURNETT & CO.
HinilKST CAMI PRICE PAID FOR HIDES
FURS, ETC.
Messrs. Hurnctt & Co.,Tliornton's block,
Tenth street, nro prepared to pay tho high
est ensh price for articles in their line, as
follows :
FURS.
Prime Mink $1.75 to 2.2i
" Ituccoon 50c to Ctk
" .Musk Rat 10 to 10
" Wild Cat 10 to 50
11 Opossum 10 to 12
Otter 6.00 to O.Oi,
" Hcnvcr Skins 0.00 to 7.00
HIDES.
Green Salt, 01 to 10c
Greon Silt, kip and calf. 12 to He
Deer Skins 20 to 30c
For other articles, such as rags, feath
ers, bees wax, wool nnd tnllow, wo will pay
tho highest market prices.
Respectfully, etc.
IlURNETT & CO.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
tf.
Mr. Chas. Mehner bus just received
from lliu pulishurs In New York, n book
cf costume containing ull tho latest style
of stage cquioiiionts. Ho invites his friend
to call and examine tlio book, und if there
aro nny persons desiring articles in this
line, Mrs. Mehner Is propared to furnish
them on short notice und reasonablo
terms. Mr. Mohncr ulso has a number of
masks which ho will sell or hire out to
thoso who may svant them. Mr. Mohncr
has removed his establishment to tho two-
tory frumo building opposito John
School's hull, whore he Is prepared to fur-
masks on tho shortest notice.
Fob. 2-dlw.
Sleeping- Rooms for Rent. Ton
svell vcntllatod ileoplng room In City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
EDWARD DEZONIA,
At City National Bank.
For now citron, orange nnd lemon
pcol, b to Jorgenson's corner of Twen
tieth atroet and Washington avenue tf
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor
genson', corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. tf,
Imported Malaga grape at' Jorgon
toil's, cornor of Twontloth trct and
Washington avenue "
New French prunes,
raisins always on hand
grocery store.
currants
and
at Jorgenson's
tf
RIVER NEWS.
inutVF.ti AKli iiki-aiiteii.
Hi.amer. Whero from. Wle-re l
.inlu. via 1'nduc.li l'-.liiciih
Goo. W. 'ihom i 'JVnn. river
CONDITION OF THK IIIVKIll.
During the pasl twcntj-fo'ir hours the
river at this plnco has been w..lllng
I ilowly,with conslilofublo lcepislng uown.
No Important news has been r ived
from tho gorge. Tliulast reportcuntalued
nothing moro thnn that tho gorge still rc
mnlncd mn.tnr r n, .li.nilnn.
tnnlncd mnstoroftlio situation.
Tlio past fo w days of sunshine have been
of but littlo benefit toward louscnliu 5
and tho general opinion of tho oldest
atenmboatmen Is that nothing short of n
protracted ruin, or n big rise In the: river(
"M0 "' bcnoflclnl effect upon It
iho gorgo hat kept tho rlvor at this plaeu
rilln'' ono dV nrd f"'"g 'ho "i ""!"
tnL, no m.ri i .1 i ,
Imnt"lal 'Hfferonce in tho harbor.
",U"K '"o snore at tins place re-
mains Intact nnd somo ramily will be short
Uov or tw ir tll0T ... nnl na,fll, ,,.
they vontureon it.
At Cincinnati tho river is falling again.
Thu gorges above here nil remain as light
as nature can make them.
IlL'SINKSS AND WEATHER.
Yesterday was a beautiful day overhead
but sloppy under foot. Old Sol shone out
brightly und had the effect of melting con
siderable snow mid Ice, but still hi ras
wore not warn, enough to make it plea
nnl out of doors without warm covering.
lluslneis bus not improved any und
evcything shows the effect the gorge ha
nud on our onco busy harbor. j
lho tugs und fcrrvboat svere tho only
things In port thut appeared to have nny
llfu In them. Several drays wore on the
levee waiting for a load but they did not
find much to do.
Hut never mind, thero is a good timo
coming, and ere long our harbor will bu
its self once uirain, with innumerable
boats taking on and putting off their car
goes, nnd then everything will look
lovely and tho gooso hang higher than
ever.
MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS.
Win. H. Ilrown, the "Coal King,'' Is
shipping Pittsburg coal from this city to
the gas works nt St. Louis by rail. Hu
has taken the contract to furnish ull the
coal required. Ho generally kcops two
tow boats employed betwen hero and St.
Louis, but tho river being closed ho is
compelled to send it by rail for a
abort
...
I time
Tho George Thomas loaded with corn
at Halliday Hros' warehouso and cleared
for Tennessee liver yesterday morning.
Tho Fisk laid in port all Tuesday nignt,
afraid to start for Paducnh on account of
weather, but yesterday she put on a bold
faco und lit out with a fair passenger trip.
No now chimneys yet.
Capt. Van Hook of the palatial steam
or II. C. Yacgcr was busy with shovel
in hand helping the boss shovel the snow
oirtho roof of tho aforesaid steamer.
A passenger on board the Nick I.ong.
worth writes that "if the gorgo breaks up
with a rush the Iongworth, Great Re
public and the transfer St. Louis will cer
tainly bo lost.'' Wo trust lhat they will
bo moro fortunate.
It is no wonder that wo are having such
infernal mean weather for this is leap your
and thu time when the "old maids do the
courting" and it Is a settled fact that there
will always be moro or lets storms when
they aro around.
The James Howard left Memphis at 10
o'clock yesterday morning with Duke
Alexis nnd party. There wcro several
other than the ducal party who go down
by pecial invitation.
PHIL. HOWARD.
STEAMBOAT BUTCJIE R,
Cily Xatlonal Hank Ilnlltllnc
M.'ipecitl attention paid to orders from steam
ou night or dav.
Rt'fiiAN SHrdelles at Jorgonson's ; try
them. t!
The best French anchovies n the city
nt Jorgenson's. II
Oystor Soup at Harry Walker' evory
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Oyster Soup at Harry Walkor's every
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Fresh Muscat grapes from California,
just received at Jorgcr.sen's. tf
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Rattinger's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills.
doitOENSON has the Unost-tsjpply of
Spanish olives In tho city. Try them
tf
Puul G. Schuh sells Ruttingcr'i
mcdl-
clnei. tf
Yarmouth succotash und corn at Jor
genson'. tf.
Snndwitchcd meats of ull kinds al
ways on hand at S. Jorgcnron'r. tf.
Prunklles, In ono pound boxes, at
Jorgenson's.
JoitdENKON has tho best
pTosorvcs for sale cheap.
Eust
India
tl
L. Jorgenscn has on hand a fresh sup
ply of Damsons, ir. yrup. ' tf
WniaiiT's no plus uitra mincod moa
prepared expressly for family use, at Jor
geneen'a. Peck, Frean, ii Go's London biseul t
always on hand, corner Twontloth and
Washington avenue, tf
COAI. ASP WOOD.
WOOD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
y
An I'limp, tl moi t'beisitrr
ilun any
iny wood dealer In Calm. L.ttt niilals
laics at the I'lialnnice nnd al Ho' tost
n the
Sard, ou Commercial aseiiiia, l Iwean Tenth and
twelfth ureela. Calin
measure ami will eiir
uftlVlf
-VSi-nY".

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