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I UK (JU( IXUf.Y liT.LI.li'I 1 .. .SUNDAY. FKHKUARY Lr, 1872.
TIM KTAIILKOT Til H ILLINOIS! CKXTRAL R. K.
Ua mi J ftf Hundat, U Utli 1071, the follow
nil time-table ll auteri. tlir Hirtvat and depsri
ur of )MMttiKr train at Cipu
hi.I-JIiI lrhi,ililr.... ............ J-."."1'
, i:ro '-0" !'.
Hiiro and t. I. ul short Lino.
Arrite.. . .-hi-' I
Depar- - 1!siH.tn.
Nouluratrof -nr rminiiiiro m M. l.oiib. No
nlimov' ' . froir Olr I" U'lMacn. rlif.nl
rw't.g lUxrn lpinK cr "n nixht ir-i-
fX'X" chroN u nil important ooinis.
OA I HO AND MOUND CTV
ILIltIM MUI HP (ITT
At :.fi.......- ji.hi
At r. ...-I'.in
.. T",.r .U rent I I" ticket for l .
Fare each V"1. ' ,,.,i ,ia,i,ii.
"fiVASSVlLI.K AND CAIRO,
The fluf tt'amer
VV II lir. Cairo Or Sv.iosville eTcry Sunday and
Vt.ur.lVr rrenlmc-, J 5 oVI.vj J. p.m. ror
Th tpIrodlJ temr
J or Fon Irr, .Miwler.
i Clra HI if. i T Bisapled)
. K,r ir.UM.ir PiKiS?
! on boirdor
A S I
C'Ju'jerlnnJ ItUer I'eUet
NASHVILLE, CLAUK5VILLE AND
Tit tftnM tfiir
T Y R 0 1 E ,
TOM I1.I!U.N-M""r I AI.KX. IIAKD...CIcrk
Will ler C.lro "ft) itat jr t 5 o'clock p.m.
ftrClrlr l''. nJ .IitII1. For freight or
Bxuter. P 'i "n tr l or to
P,""f J 111039, Ag't.
KAinni-LE, CLAKKSVILLK AND
0WLSD.lVl3MiUr JAP.P. JACKSO.V.CIrk
Will Irtte Cito trj TnnrdT t 8 o'clock p.m.
for Nlmll.,U.tVilt ud nil r olut. Kor
ftflKhl or ipplT on b.jy.1 or lo
j.ulif. JAS. IllHuS, Ag t.
The nood lfjmr
WII.KV el JIM?...MhIit I ISO, II U:i'nR....Clf rk
Will loje C-iro hit) MonJ.ij at I o'cl ek, p.m.
lir .VjhIit Hp, nnl nil y po'tj For fielht or
i iw J if J is. mr;r. j, a st.
KOI! SALE, 1 Kr sue t KOU SALE.
1 I F-r Side
Faro frni 'Livkiii-ool,
Faro from Lo.vnc.vuKRKr
Fare from (JLAf!o',
Fara from (UKEN'STowy
TO U.VIHO, $ 1 8'
Eiford, Mnrrn 1 Ca
Lmrpojl New-Tuik and Pliiladilphii
w rotraicr witb viciTrD.riiri and biuuu
Fur Crrjm tno Malls.
fok vassaITk tiukets
oj ri'tmita itroiMAiioa
APPLY TO JOHN o. DALE, Aqt.
15 Hroa lay. .Nw.York, orlo
V.'a'hliulon Aimi., r.urn. nma. ji
WlI'l'lAM K. SMITH, M. .
Olft I J! '"'""a1"" HTenuean t WMlllll atrm I
u n l."n 'ii-ri-t.it aw-niii-. im .iair.
C W. DUNNlNli, .M. D.
WAUD.VKIt. M l)
','"""r' NineLen li
h street anl
"ovr ih. 7iw;..V"r,'!'.,.','""l hoii-n
Iiurs l'l to tl
HHHillAM. M. I)..
d.nce, No. H N,, 7.", ' . I1'"1' '"''
ALLI'V Mill. if hv t. TiTTTrrrT-
, . - iv ii iiri r.,v.)
HS AT LAW.
wuun ii. jiuikey,
nsiniiMi i', v n.
UFFICK-Oirer Fint .Iti7,B. u,nk. Ohio l.ere.,
UUKKN k GILBKHT,
Milium fi riilbert,
"ii'ian u. een.
i u. een. i
in 'Idlierl. UAII10. II.LINnu
I. J .
Off K'lt-OUK, Ley KK, I100MH 7 AND 8 OVgtt
offer for aale the following Iff "(' ny now
Addition to Hie City of CauSr;!. M' in ,n
tot (7 block i!o.
' 8 ' ii, v
Tor terms, le. apply V
" t " Vt;
" 31 " W.
" SI as'.
JA 11 1 JOHNSON,
Wv ri kh 'i nt I ' aiinjiinon Air'Tow I'n'n
at a fiHiil in- tor re- elec Ion to the ollVe of Cli
Isj-lil l ! approaching charter clcctl n,
for Clljr TrnUiirrr,
We lire authorized to KLno iiuf .Mr. J wpli
Taylor a. a candidate for re-tdecllnn lull "'"
of Cny Trei-tirer nt tho cuiim- "Miter
for City fieri.
Ko Ton miii.i. M";"TT "VM"t
.... In.lepeu,l..l r,n.ll-ir for the ..til u f
en, c:,,i,; tin ""'' "'"Vu r'""'"'!:
Wea-e ,r " " """ '.'e M clnl How-
i j n,ciii '.'J' 1 '"" cievll " I" olll.eol
cif ' the en-iiing elmtmr tl cllon.
1'or i lly Atlorii.-j-.
r nrrnuttiontj I to minou-rn Mr. I. II t ''''p"
n a ii liilnte for rr-rlri'llon l tin" oltl'e of Cilv
Attorney, nl Hip fnililnjt clinrt role. Hon. td
We nre niithorfieil lo announce Kre toline
HreiM a candidate for re-election to the odlceof
I'olk'e Mutmtf , at tlio ensuing charter elec
Ma. Editor i Please annoiin-e lint at the
entiling charter election, convention or Co con
tention, I will lie an independent cnii.lnlate for,
tnocrflce of Police Maj(ltrat. C. WINSTON.
Keb.tS. U71. U
For Melt Ciiinrir.
We are authorited lo aniounco Capl. j, M.
Plulllpi a can lidato for the Select Council,
from the city at largA.
We aro iithor.ro I to onnouncj 1. Hurdnt a
candldnto fjr thu Stloct Cmcll Inmi the o;t at
V.re nutlurixil to annrjiee IVul O. Sohiih
a randid.tto for Iho Select C Hindi from the
We are anlhorltfd to announce C. II. Wood
ward a n cnnildato for the Select Council frwn
the Hecond Ward.
We nrcaulhnrltcd to announce Mr.A.H.Satror.t
ii4 i ci.ndlil.ile for Alderman from the Kirat ward.
We aro (iiithoiii'd to announce Mr. John I.
He itilw a ciiidldute for Aldermtn Irom the
Wo nre authorized to announce that Mr,
Jului II. Itobin.oii ii candidnte lor Alde.-innn
Irom the Fourth ward.
We nre authorized to announce Mr. John 11
t'h. Ilia m h candidate for Aldernua from the
Third W r.t.
We nro authorloJ to announce Hr. Patrick
Fiif Jiiil.l ai a candid da for Alderman from the
Koiroa Uii.iEiiN : I'lcno announce Alfrod
Corriing as an In lependent eanjrdate for nlder
linn from the Hecond ward.
We nro ii'Hhnrized to announce John (J. Stun-
cit at an Independon' landidate lor Alderman
from Iho Hecond Ward.
We are authorltil to announ:oO. W. lltn
dricjts n candidate for alderman from the
Wo are authonzej to announce William Duder
aa n caiidiJ.it J lor Adonun from the Second
We nre authorir.td to announce Inia; Walder
as a candidate for Aldernum from the First Ward
N. II. II rlected, my constituents will please
a Jdrens all letters to me aa plain f. Walder.
Wc are authorized to announco C. W. Diuulng
at n candidate lor Alderman from the Hecond
We areauthorizjd to anoonucs Mr. P. Mo;klir
as u candidnte fur Al Jernia'n from tho First ward.
We are an horlted lo announce Mr. Wood Kit-
tenh iiM" a a candidate tor Alderman from the
We are nuthorlzid In nmouiice Mr. Alex. II.
lrrm ns a cindidate for Alderman from the
fl A regular rommu
t I.o .No. ffl7, A K,
if held M ,nd y Kvi ni
ommunlcation of Cairo
anl A. M.. will lm
iiimr Foil. -J.J. Vi'it-
r. 1 In II v In nlc. I loel'tnd.
I'll It 1 1 nil rl cvry mriiln(r, Mouilny ex.
l'uiil O. Scliuli
tells l'.iiUingcr's mudi
tf JOIUIKNON llllK tllU beit
preserves fur nln ohenp.
Oo to Dr. McGiiUley for Jtnttingor'i Fo
vcr Dro). Wnrrnnted to 6uru tlio cliillf.
of nit U'uids !
wnvs on luind nt S. Joruoncon''.
Oyfter fjoup ut Hurry Wulker' every
tnominp;. Also frosh St. LottU beer, tf
Oyster Soup ut Hurry Wulknr's evor
morning. Alio fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Orvstai. vinegar from London at Jor
gcnton'i, corner of Twoiitiuth street und
Wii'liingtou uvenuo. tl
J0110KNSUN bus thu Illll-Sl
SpntiUh olivi's In thu city.
"WuioiiT't nu pius uuru minced nicit
prvptir.'d uxpn.'iily for family use, nt Jor.
prunci, currnnti nnd
on bund ut Jorgenioii'i
l'ou new citron, urung.i und leuiot
peel, t;o to Jorneiuon's corner of Twen
tbitli trcet und Wmlilngton avenue, tl
I'kck, Fit kan, Ce CVs London biiuui t
ahviiy on limnl, corner Twentieth und
Wellington avenue. if
Fou Sai.k. A cottiifo on 12tu Uroot
"tiinlng 7 room., cistorn und out
W. "w. TiionsTov.
M'V. .Ot'Iiif.. liitfiri'ttiiirr work
.tllTuv.I.. nil I Tl
fid liml a
n niig-, in imi;us. x ricu
1.T..,, I,.... I. i.t
WUve Jut rceelveil, from lU
actururs. .. vn . u,a
ufneturers, a Wile
1. 1 .
imii-iiiiic. it is beautifully
has the hennner, braider, cio. nu.i.
chine, worth .Ixty dollars, will be .old at u
bari'iiln i.ii.l i...... I ...
" " i " een in noom 10
Wlnlne'i l.l.w.l, i ,VI
Mr. T. H. Kills, corner of Seventh
""l CommerciHl, is prepared to ucco.nn.o.
unman who iiiin V with l.o.,.l
without rooim. nt ii.i..... , ..
!"-' ioer uitin any
other first-class houo inUio city Mr Fl
lit keeps an excellent table, b, n.'om, llro"
front rooms high, light und airy, HI11i Wt.
furnished, and wo hnvo no hesltatbn, ',
proiiiiblng sallsfactlon lo ull who call (,n
him. -Mr. Ellis will ulwi supply parlies
who doslro with unfurnished rooms ut
rcasonnblo rates. Let all Interested take
notice, Iliimcnibor on tho corner of
H-voiitlt and Commercial.
Tir- 0!.Ij river continue! to "rlso tt t1il
poli.t. , (. .
uti rxpi'iioncoil (itiiutiur. Apply to II,
II. Um.due, city n.Ulonal lmnl. ' J3t
. ' NKW CIIUllOII.
Tim liew (lurniiin Cittliollc chlircli Is
tupldly, iifiptdiicliin comp'ctlon. It u
liHtidioinu building, iiinl il.ici! crotlit to tin;
' Tlio lioua- unil two lot tltdatoJ on the
Ciirmr of Elijlitcuiitli nnJ Wn1nuttrrct,
U , flared for. s'llo on Very rHinutiulile
tenii. Kor pnrtifuliir npply on the prutn
Iscs. ,". ' - febJ4.tr.
Night beforo but h well known com
tnerciiil nvonllc business tnun and a mnn
who runs nn oxproas wagon Indulged in n
bout ut, IlJllcutrs. Thu Intcrforonco of
friends prevented u lively light.
l'AQKKR A 11LAK.I,
hnvo secured the services of.un cxporl
enced paper hunger ntid decorator, nnd
nro now prepared to do all kinds of work
in their line with ncatnost nnd dlsputch,.
. nKLIUIOUB SKUVICKj.
JUv. II. IJ. i'lmyor, will deliver n dis
course thlj moridn? nt the l'rcsbytcrlan
church, upon thu following subject: "Tho
llccognltiou of Friends in Heaven." In
the evening Mr. Thuyor will deliver h dis
course upon "Tho How in tho Cloud."
W1LKT A II IX II Y
hnvo opened tho grocory nrnl provision
storo lately occupied by Oniric Evstis
Wushinglon nvotittc, between Eighth nnd
Ninth streets, nnd have furnished it with
n stock of strictly reliable family groceries.
Vegetables, gntno und poultry in season,
nnd goods delivered lo any pnrt of tho
fit UK LUNCH.
A. Jucckcl, at tho corner of Washington
uvenuo nnd Twulflb street, will sprend n
splendid free, lunch to-morrow morning.
The public nro invited. Jucckcl keeps ut
his bar nl 1 kinds of lino llqnors, and knows
how to spread lunches better than nny
other mnn in tho city.
For the past weok business In police cir
cles has been decidedly dull. Tho arrests
liavo been few nnd far between. Yester
day John Jog, for offensive conduct, wns
fined ten dollars und costs by bis honor,
Shunuessy. Ho was sent to the cnluoooso
for ton days. Olias. Stuart for lighting wns
alio tent up for ten days.
TIIK TUNNKLL WILL CASK.
The cite is still hanging on in the cir
cnit court. Mr. Gilbort, Mr. "Wheeler,
nnd Judge Allen have made tho nrgu
mcnt, nnd Judge Orcen was hpenkiug up
to adjournment last night. Ho will
finish bis speech Monday morning, nnd
then tho court will gtvo his charge to tho
jury, und they will retire ind make up
nkw onocKiir STORK.
A. Luven has opened a grocery store in
tho houjo on tho corner of Fourteenth nnd
Wi.llillt I root, wlioro ho pronosos lo
koep n goucrnl assortment of family gro
ceries, provisions, choice butter, eggs, etc.,
und hu promises to sell his goods on us
rcuionnblo terms us can bo obtained nt
nny other establishment of the kind in tho
city, (iivobimiicr.il. feb2l-:Ilm.
CAIRO AND VIN'GKN.NKS R. R.
Mr. Timothy llooth, of Mound city, 1ms
contracted with Messrs. "Wilton A: Wins-
plow, contractors, for the construction of tho
Cairo ii Vinconnes ruilroad, to gradu ten
miles' of the railroad ted, commencing nt
Cairo. 31 r. llooth will commence work
in ioou us tho survoyori pun over tho
routu and stnko oil' tho ground, which wu
nro informed will be done eonio timo in
tlio early part of next week.
It should not be forgotten that tho per
formiinco to bo given to-night by tho
Thalia will bo one of tho best over given
by that association. Every etl'orl lias been
inadu lo mnku It n succees. Tho entertain
ment will consist of two farces, entitled
' Educated (J room'1 und "Something for
Everybody" mid Mr. Leo. Shulte will sing
several touching ong. Between the
plays thero will be beautiful tableaux. On
thu whole tho performance will bu well
MAI' OF CAIRO.
"Wo hnvo purchased from Mr. William
I tit ii i ii ti 1 1 u splendid mapof Cairo, design
ed by that gentleman nnd oxeculcl by his
skillful hand. It Is n complete map of the
city, nnd u copy of it should be in thu
housu of every oiti.en. Every house.
brick or frame, within the city limit, is
shown; nil tho street ami Jivcnuos are
given, with tho blocks nnd addition. If
wo can obtain a sutllciunt number of sub
scribers wo will have the map lithograph-
od, nnd beautifully mounted. To ascer
tain whether sulUclcnt encourugement
caubu obtained, Mr. Carl L. Tliomus will,
in our behalf, begin u canvass of tho city
to. morrow (Monday) morning, "Wo hope
ha may meet with u hearty welcome nnd
return to us nt least three hundred names.
BURNETT & CO, ,
HiailKST CAHH PRICK PAID FOR HIDES
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Thornton' block,
Tenth street, uro prepared to pay tho hlgh-
' ii easii pricu lor articles in llieir line, ns
Prime MnV! $,,7i to,2i26
Mrr,',' 00c to 00c
u ' 10 to 10
ui or Skills 0.00 to 7.0(1
oruen suit, kip mul 1;;;;;;"
9 to 10c
12 to 1 ic
-!) to ilfjo
or other articles, s,,ch a, rags, loath
en, bees wax, wool und tl!0W wu w, pBy
tt'oj'lghett market prices.
' it,,, .... ,
Ihomioi,'! block, Tenth street, Culro, III.
Yiirmouth tuccotmh nnd corn nt Jor
WHAT'S WHAT AND W1I0S AVI10-
SCHUIIIIY ItACE, MIXED AND
As wo- huve si.ld wo bellovn wo have
beforo mado the remark that tho colored
mass meeting held nt Sohecl's hall on
Friday night whs " I leh, raro und racy j 1
Mi. I il 'cotipiu of lb ! pccchcs wero rather
romiirkahU' In their way. Scott, who neto I
the part of n firm friMi J of Col. "Wlmluii,
made oinu forcible points on Hross. Said
" I should like to know In what particu
lar Uruss is entitled to thu volos of tho
colored men. What singlo net bus he
done? Whnt .word of kindness has ho
spoken? It bis claim to our support if ho
makes nny claim bnscd upon tho declar
ation, which ho tnndo several years ngn,
that ho would resign his otllce liclore no
would allow n colored nlun to testily in
his court ? Has he n ricbt to our votes be
cause lit hits had his bread and butter from
the Land of tho public for tl. putt e'ght or
ten years? Or sbojld wu Veto for
him becattso prominent while republican
nearly all ol them aro supporting him ?
This is nn political tight. Hotb candidates
nre democrats, nnd if Mr. Hro's is n liber
al democrat, savo us irom tno niiucrni
ones I 1 have looked at this matter, nnd
formed mv oninioti or. principle, nnd 1
hnvo concluded to eo for Col. Winston.
Ho Is n more liberal man than Mr. Uross
Ho hns proved himself in many ways thu
frlund of colored men. He has been lib
eral in ills dcalinirs with colored men
who 'rent from him. Ha is fair and
square, anu the ciiargo tnni no was u
slave holder Is not true. Ho hits always
beon n clever pcntleninn, is
now on advocate of "equal rights for nil,''
and has ovory uuullllcatiun for the olflco
no is reeking. '
In conclusion, ho warned his hearers to
bownro of tho oloqucneo of Hird, rccog'
iti.ed everywhere, ho said, ns tho "cnglo
orutor of Egypt." Bird," ho snid,"likes to
follow Scolt, und I cannot pretend to copo
with him in cloqucnca und elegance of
diction, but in this argument 1 have the
best fide nnd ho must ru'ort to nil his skill
to present his friend dJross beforo you in n
favorable light. Don't, 1 pray you, allow
him to get tlio bottor of your judgment.'
Hird did follow Scott, nnd his speech, if
il bad been mndo with proper surround
ings, would have been recognized by tlio
appreciative nsavery skillful tit bit of
elegant sarcasm. Tnkc, for instance, this
pnssagoin reply to Scctt's nssertion that
Col. Winston had advanced to the cquul
rights for nil-position :
" My friend Scott is pleased to claim that
Col. Winston bus outstripped Judgo Hross
in tlio race towards thu stand point of
tlie duality of mankind, nnd is now press
inc forward with thoso whose - slo-
can is "equal richts for nil."
This assortlon ustonished mo when I re
mombered that- Col. Winston wasthosamo
man who latelv declared, wlion ho was
beaten nt tho polls by the votes of colored
elector.., that ho wns satisfied in defeat by
thu knowleiluc that lie hnu received only
tho votes oMntelliircnt nnd decent whit
men ; und I was doubly astonished if tho
expression is pcrmi.iublc when 1 culled
to mind that Col. Winston was one of
tho.ti democrats, who, not long ago, wero
inclined to read out of llm democratic
party thu llborul men who recognized no
comnlished fuels anu worn In favor of nc
quiescing in tho incvitnblu which prophe
sied tho early dawn of the day of political
e.ptulity. Heally, tho Uiicovnry of this
conversion of Col. Winston from thu sin
fulness of doniocr.cy, is Important and
gratifying. It is one of the cheering signs
of tho times. I think I sco the gallant
Colonel now, mounted upon that llery
charger of hi, sitting erect with the mar
tial.bearing peculiar to him, riding proud
ly along Couimerciul avenue. At his sido
is my fiiend Scott, mounted also for he,
too, bus lately purchased n l.ory steed.
Thu onti is oniclous of his own grunt im
portance; the other is proud of thu compa
ny he is in; und above their heads, moving
with them as they sweep along, may bu
seen and rend thu legend: " Equut rights
for ull." Thu vision I n gratifying one.
It heralds tho .better (dny coming."
Tho Ituvorend Shores, when houddmssed
tho meeting, paid Col. Winston many
compliments, and commented nt some
length on that gentleman's liberality;
Thu Colonel hid refused $700 for the lots
on which his church stood, nnd had ac
cepted from him $.230 for them. Hu had
ulsu given Ij thu colored Methodists their
lots, und sold them the building for it small
sum, and it like kindness hu had extended
to Hbv. Mr. Hradluy. Hross was a gentle
man. Shores protected that hu would nut
suy that Hross hud-flncd innocent' men, but
hudld know, and would say, thai Itro-i hud
let off' men who should liavo bein lined,
und then ho gazed at Hrudluy in n very
signlllcuut manner. "It has been said,''
liu romarko.l, "that Colonel Winston is u
southern man niid was u slaveholder.
(Cries of "its n Ho. ) Hu did not suo
proper to investigate tho truth of the
charge, but hu didn't cure if it was true.
"I don'l deny 1 huvu nsyiujuthy.fur the
souihcrn people. They understand us
colored people, but thesu northern people
don't, und you may search ull over Cairo
nnd you wilt 'find that two-thirds of tho
pooplu wero slavo owners. I was nlso
born in tho south, bl.t was raised and ed
ucated in Illinois and Ohio. Mr. Bird
says wu colored men owu it debt of grnti
ttiJuto thu Germans, that thuy fought for
us, mid will go back on us if wo don't
vote for Bros. Thoy hud better no for
ward on us first. Mr. Hird has learned
this since lu came from Canada."
Hero Bird interrupted by saying ho was
born in Ohio.
Key, Shores "Don't tempt mo to reply
to you. 1 don't want to make unybody
bleed here ; but I Will lav I urn an Ameri
can citizen nnd was an Aiuorlcau soldlor,
which is very questionable whether Homo
other people can say as much," And he
pointed ut Hird.
Then he went un ;
" Now, wo liavo n mayor and n cltv
council, which woru elected Inst yoar by ii
combination of domncrats and republicans"
io ignoro mu uoioruu man, nnu tlio thing
is to bo continued, Wu have n ring that
must bo broken up. What ban been done?
Look at Tenth slreot, tho most important
street in tlio city. i hy Isn't tho side
walks on It mended Because It leads to
u colored church. Why, I will tell vou
ait incident. 1 had wrii pair of now boots
somh time ago, nnd tho thought occurred
vo mu i would wnlK up street. I stopped
out on tho walk. I walked along, when
suddenly oi 0f my now boots caught un
der n nail in U,u wk und. was torn I I
liavo 11 bill against tho cltv for that boot
yen j. ni is iho boasted friendship of
inu mayor nnu council for tho colorod
man. uur boots must bo torn on Tonth
street, because, forsooth, it lends lo n color-
church, nnd therefor., Ila .1 Imv ill.-.
cannot bu in-inlod "
After Shore came u motion to ndlourn.
which p:nvnlled amid cries for Bradley.
AVhllu Bird was iniiklnahl Bro.sne(.i.b
the other night, a WiticUm durklo cried
out: "0!i I dry up I You've sung iotiir
flimilL'b; lly nwiv now." And Wlilb. film!.
npy was discoursing on ho merils of Mr-
instoii i.ppi iicnt, a voice said: "C . mi
up; you've almost worn out that ton dol
lar bill ymi tr.it this ..i.iil
A Ul K.lll.l.A flllUT
The prrj.-ni uiunlcip il can v.iss ha do
generated Into u guerilla light in which
everybody Is for himself and tho colored
voters fonts nl!. The candidates represent
no organization, nnd nro appealing to their
friends to rally to their support.
Tho election ofthls gentlcmnn Is assured
boyond a doubt. No combination enn bo
mndo Hint can defeat him. Ho Is Invinci
ble. A few negroes, led by designing men,
brought forward n doctor who lias an oillco
in Eighth street, but ho is not knee high In
tho race. Kev. Shore., who stiuucslod him
for thu office, was ashamed to mention his
namo nt tho colored meeting on Fridny
night. He is n compounder of lovo (liters,
u ennrm fellow n irrand tnimbue.
During tlio past yctr Mr. Lmsdcn has
'lllcd tho office of Mayor in n mannor nc-
ceptablo to tho groat majority of our peo
ple, anu ins r-eiection to iho otllce is a
compliment which he highly deserves.
TATI.OR, POI'K ANII CAIN.
Thesu gentlemen will probably be al
lowed to tnko tho offices thov seek with
out opposition. They have all been dur
ing tho past inunlclp.il year faithful und
Mike Howluy has nn easy row lo hoo.
Ho will bo elected by n very largo majori
ty. Hill, his opponent, has no strength,
nnd will ho so bndly defeated ho will hnvo
tho colic for u month nftcr tho returns aro
for councilman from tho city at large,
these are two candidates Captains Hurd
nnd Phillips. Ciptnin Hurd is tho in
cumbent of the office, und bus been elll
cicnt nnd prompt in tho discharge of his
duty. His friends nre desirous of return
ing him to iho position ho now occupies. and
win uoiiii iney can lo secure ills election;
but his opponent, Capt. Phillips, is dc-
tormliiMd to contest ovcry Inch of tho
ground, and his friends nro confident that
he will triumph. Capt. Phillips is a gen
ucnian oi energy nnu (lelunninallon, ns
nlso is Capt. Hurd, nnd a lively light may
In tlio first war), Mr. Paul Sehuh, its
present popular representative in the se
lect council, is ncandiJato for ro-election
and has no opposition. Mr. Schuh is thu
right man for the position.
In the second ward, Mr. C. R. Wood
ward is a candiJato for re-election, with
out un opponent. Ono of our most prom
inent und best business men, Mr.
Woodwnrd is entitled to re election. Ho
hns beon n valuable member of tho conn
In tho fir.t ward, Messrs. Snflord, Bon
nie, abler, Antrim nnd Jlocklcr nro'thu
candidates, only two of whom can bo elect
ed. Mr. Salford is one of the best citizens
of Cairo, always in tlio ndvnnce of every
enterprise having in view tho prosperity
of the city. As it member of tho city
government tho would bo invaluable. Mr.
ltcnnio is nlso ono of our very best citi
zens nnd would make n valuablo member
of the council. Ho Is cnternrisintr and
public spirited. Mr. "Wnldor is working
fur success nnd may be elected. Ho hns been
a member of the council for n yenr past
nnd knows how pleasant it is to servo tho
good people for nothing and pay jour own
board. Mr. Antrim seems to bu resolved
that he will bo a rival of Walder in poll
tics ns well ns in the clothing busine.v
and is ufter him with a sharp
stick. Mr. Mockler will not, ns it matter of
In the second ward we hnvo Huder,
Irvlri, "Winter, Cumir.gs und Stnncil, Mr.
Huder Is now n member of the council,
mid n good one. "Wu should applaud his
constituent if thoy were to say, well done,
good nnd faithful servant, go back again,
.Mr. Irvin is ono of tho best posted men
in tills community In regard to munici
pal affairs, and would bo n valuablo ncqul
sltion to tho board. Hu is in ovory poisi
bio way well q.talillud for tho position
to which his friends desire
to elect him. Mr. Winter, tho .S'ioi in
forms u, ii n c.iudidtito for re-election.
Hu is n peculiar man, with u good deal of
"dash" In his composition, and is n bully
good sort of a high daddy in tho morning
citien. Ho has energy enough for ten
aldermen, and, if it were not so often di
rected by his prejudices, wo would not ru
grot to sco htm rc-elostcd. Messrs. Com
ings and St'iucil uro both clover gcntlo
men, who hnvo not yet been triud in pub
lie lifu. If thoy should bo olectod wo liavo
no doubt thoy would endeavor to faith
fully represent thoir constituents.
lu the third ward, wo huvo i'hlllls,
Fitzgorald and Hendricks. Mr. Fhillis
Is one of our most estimable citizens, nnd
u gentleman agulnst whom reproach can
not speak n truthful word. Ho would
tnnko a good uldormnn nn oxcollont ono.
Fitzgerald, during tho timo ho has occu
pied a scat in tlio board, has been ntton
tlve to tho dutlos of his position, and has
voted always for the best interests of tlio
city. Hendricks oxpects to make a grent
raid In tho negro voto, und bent Phillis
nnd Fitzgorald "all hollow,"
lutho fourth ward, John II, Itoblnson
will carry offtho horns, nnd bo trlinuphant
ly elected. Wo hnvo heard that Mr. Nel
11 purposes to withdraw from tho canvass.
Mr. Gustav Kllngsohr, a musician of
noted ability, who has for tho past few
yoars, boon engaged as n professor in Bal
timore, Md., proposes to niuko his futuro
homu lu our city and now offers hi ser
vices to tho public. U'hoso who liavo not
nlroady engaged competent touchers would
do well to uddross Mr. Kllngsohr, Box
1163, Cniro, 111. Also cspnclnl attention
T given to piano tuning,
Til S TURNER BALL.
A OAV CliOWII ANI) A JOLLY (101)1) TIM K
TIIK MAMKrtA.N'lt WHO WORK TIlK.M.
In romplbiuce with thu wish of many
of our Ocruvin. friends nnd members of tho
Tumor society, wo according to promise
to-dny print tho names ofngnut many
of those who nltond tho lull mid iho
characters they loprcscnlul.
At nbout ten o'clock tho main d or lend
ing to the ball was thrown'open, und the
m.uler of ciiromoiiles annoiinc d tho ar
rival of tholr hlihiioH. lb t
I'lttM'K ANI) I'RINCKsi LAUNKVAL.
The trumpet wns sounded, nnd on en
tering tho hull, couplo nflor couplo fell
inlolino nnd mtrched nbout the hull, In the
following order :
11. Hobinekor nnd Carl Huder, harle
Ed. Duder. lender of orchestra: John
Kochler, F. Oherlck, II. Wnlbauin, A.
Margttard nnd II. Schmitzlorff, musicians.
Win, Schick, master of ceremonies.
Cnrl L. Thomas, "Prlnco Carnlvnl;'.
Lowis Hross nnd Ilcrmnu Thomns, his
pngos ; Henry Black, "Tompcratico advo
cator," carrying n tratutrcticy with thu
following inscription : "I sin mid do detu
pernnco bccples; Hurrah for cold water.'1
A Dutch tontotalor. "When I have nny
business to do there's nothing liko cold
wntor n.id the dumb bells." Tom Bayers.
"Vote yes 1 fur water and woinn'a rights;
Vote Not for leer nnd frl.c;
l'n. I the beam if temperance, liluli n a kit,
Hi. pets wha'.'s alcoholic.'
In .in II. A l'.!i in.
Hero's tl Ihndiink of i.ir.idls',
JustaprlnkUil wlllioiir lankee Ice."
L. Kcnnter, carrying n banner with the
Inscription "Honor,'' on ono sid, nnd
'Common Sonso" on tlio other.
Wm. F. Kuchonbcckcr, Judgo j
J, Burger, Attorney at Law;
W. Chas. Mehncr, Drunken Hummer;
(ins. Huder, bis drunken wife;
Wm. Huder, Chief of Pollco ;
S. Schwanlt., Temperance law-breaker;
Win. Alba, (iermnnv;
Carrying un immense big hut, under which
it is proposed tho Casino, Turner nnd
Timlin societies shall Hock . The nnmo of
tho hat Is "Concordia." Tho socletnu wore
represented by three ladles each carrying
n flag. "Timlin" snys slio would join the
union, nnd even donate nil her property
consisting of three wigs nnd n glorious
Adam Perrucher, organ grinder ;
John W. I'ruess. nstronomer;
After this every mask joined the prcccs
sion nnd marched thorough the hall, when
at the sound of tho trumpet, Prince Car
nival, ascended to his royal seat, from
which ho delivered a masterly speech,
At tho conclusion tif Prince carnval's
address, nn old woman complained to his
highness, that her husband, contrary to
the provisions of the now temperance law,
had taken " too much sugar in his'n, "
without first having obtained permission
from her. Thu prince referred her to the
honornble judge, ar.d the wretched bus
band was put upon trill for his violations
of tlio now law. Tho husband und tho
saloon-keeper who sold him tlio whisky
after n fair hearing, were found guilty
and tho sontonco of thu court was, that
thoy should not, under any
circttmstiinees, be allowed to
drink only at regular intervals not moro
than once in ovory fifteen minutes. After
this ceremony tlio prince called tho ntten
tion of nil fools to Iho fact thnt the tern
peruncu law wits not yet In force in Cairo,
and that ull could, drink lo their hearts
content. After this the ball wns regularly
opennd with n polynesln. The following
wero among thoo who wero dressed in
Mrs. Win. E-s; Tyrollan (!irl.
Mrs. Oust. II tn ; fSamo of Chess.
Mi's Hosa L-t; Tyrolain Girl.
Mrs. Win. B r; Harvest girl.
Mrs. John A. K r; Harvest Girl.
Misn Josephino u ; Wash onian. 't
Sirs. Lewis B u; Snow Flake.
Mrs. Clias. S n; Fish Woman.
Miss Anna II m ; Came of Chess.
Mrs. John W. P s; Spanish Girl.
Mrs. Wm. A a; Spanish Dancer.
Miss Josio L t; Tnpcorn Girl.
Miss Matilda II tl; Tho Hoie.
Mrs. Louis II t; Phantasy.
Mrs. Carl L.T s; Phantasy.
Miss Hannah P r ; Snow Flako.
Miss Minna K n; Biding Habit.
Mrs. T.J. K-tjJHidlng habit.
Airs. Louise T s Tyrollan girl.
Mri, George L r ; Chimneysweeper,
-Mrs. Win. S k ; Fish woman . ' '
Miss Fanny T j ; 10 of Hearts.
Miss Lizzio E s; 10 of Diamonds.
Miss Mary II s ; Alps girl.
Miss Hello W 0 Morning Star.
Miss Matilda Mr; Morning.
Mls Matilda F k ; Tailor girl.
Miss Henrietta A a : Gamo of Chess,
Miss An tin H m ; Gamo of Chess,
Miss Eliza F r ; Gauntry girl.
Miss Mary B h; Old Woman.
Miss Anna D y; A Dutch pousantgirl
Miss Maggy W h ; Phantasy,
Miss Helono F s; Fisher girl.
Miss Surah K n ; Alps girl.
Miss Lottsio M I; Flowur girl.
Miss Eliza N r; Phantasy.
Miss Funny II o; Alps girl.
LIST OF THE OKNTLKMKN.
Mr. Geo. Z r ; rollcomnn.
Mr. llnrry S h; Gorman huntor.
Mr. Jno. G n ; Hussiun nobleman
Mr. Chas. B r; Prusslun Ilusur.
Capt. A. S y j Spanish Brigand.
Nie AV-s, Zouave,
l'uiil S h,From tho country.
"William G s, Kussian prlnco.
"W. J.'O f, Yankoo barber,
Jno. L-t, K.K.K.
Fritz A s, Nogor.
Fritz H z, Irish woman.
"William II n, Gambler.
Tltomns "W x, Kankoo farmer.
I. U n, Biding habit.
T. M. S ii, Big Oassino.
II, 31 s, Little Casslno.
J. S o, Spados.
A. A h, Cards.
Chas. S p, Huckoyu swell.
On soy 8 s, London nobleman.
Henry D n, Prussian voluntoor.
Goorgo E g, German school master.
Importkd Malagn grapoi at Jorgen
smi'a. mrrnii. of Twnnlloth itTMt Blld
L. Jorgeiiscn has on hnnd'n frrsh sup
ply of Danisonsjr. syrup. tf
Smoked salmon nnd Yarmouth bloat
ers, just receive 1 nt' Jorgeiisott'c. tf,
Oyster Soup nt Hurry "Walker's every
morning. Aln fre'sh St. Lnuli beer, tf
Now thi)l the Cairo and Vlncet.acs
railrcad ii n llxed fact tho contract
having 'been lei, and work to bo commen
ced nt nni'c, Jorge li'ofi I prepared to sell
all kind- of lrro..'1'rl is cheiiur than :i!iy
other houiu lu the cltv, tl
"Whore aro you going? To tho place.
number C3, Ohio lovoo, where thoy koep
tho best fresh oystcr, fish nnd game, nnJ
tho flncit wines, liquors and cigars to b
found, in tho city. Open at nil hours, ds.y
nl?lit. J. E, Fark
Wo hnvo no hesitation in recommend,
ing AVIlllnm Ehlers, boot and ihoe maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. Wo
Know wiiercor wo speak when we saj r.u
work is dono In a masterly mnnnor al the
lowest prices. Ho usos n-jthlng but the
best of stock, and he cannot bo excelled In
tho dellcato task of making an exact fl'.
Ulvo him a call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between "Washington aventi and
1'oplnr stroot, nenrly opposite tho court
bouse, and we will guarunteo satisfaction.
Il Is true that Blanktnburg'i Excel
sior saloon Is now one of tha Institutions
of tho city. All drlnkors who llko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
otc. go to tho Excelsior saloon, which Is
fitted up in splendid style. Hlankenburg
who knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
n flno freo lunch evory morning and ovc-
ning, nnu, an no forcibly expresses it,
hwootcni tho lunch with music." Hu
hns employod tho services of a first-rato
pianist, who makes the grnnd piano
which stands In ono end of tho saloon
speak out In musical tones. Everybody
is invited. Tho best order In maintained
nnd nil Improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the .Excelsior snloon
is ut tho corner of Wnshlogton avenue and
ARItlVKt) AM) DKI'ARTKI).
Hteamer. Where from. Where lo.
Bobt. Burns... .Cincinnati. ...Memphis.
Ark. Bella Evnnsvllle....Efiinsvillo.
St. Joseph Memphis,
Win. Cowcu...Columlius..,-St. J.ouis.
W. 11. Brown- .St. Louis.
Collier .St. Louis.
Pauline Carroll -.St. Louis.
Octavia Mound Cltv-St. JaiuIs.
T. F. Eckcrt John Kyle.
Jno. F. Tollc Now Orleans,
Painter 2 Shotwell mines.
Illinois Col Col.
Argonant St. Louis.
II. S. Turner... Lousviille.... New Orleans.
Gen. Anderson St. Louis.
Marhlo Citv St. Louis.
Belfast .. St. LoiiIj.
CONDITION Of TIIK RIVKIW.
During the past 21 hours the river lidH
risen 1(1 inches. Tho Mississippi ufter be
ing closed for 3 months is open again. The
ice gorges hnvo ull disappeared without
any serious accidents to any boats, and
navigation will bu spoe.llly resumed. At,
Cincinnati the fall in tha river contlnry''
At Pittsburg tho river is again risffig.
Cumberland river continues falling with
fi feet on Harpcth Shouls. The rlso in the
Tho propccts tostcumbottmcn is cheer
ful und thu rivers nro nil In a fair shape
for soon boing in splendid boating condi
tion. IIUSINKW! ANI) WKATIIKR.
Business continues good und freight wns
offered freely. Tho weather continues fair
and pleasant, n light rain fell during the
nTKAMKR JOHN KYLK HUNK.
The steamer John Kylo from Now Or
leans bound for St. LduIs, left this port
Friday ut 12 J o'clock p.m., and at 8) a.m.
when nbout 2 miloi -above Commerce, Mo.,
and while going over Grand Chain, slir
struck tho rocks, and sunk nnd now lies,
with live feet water over tho main deck.
Tho leak Is on the larboard slde.nnd ox
tends nearly across the kolsom. Sho is
resting on tho rocks with 9 feet of water
on tho larboard, and i foet water on tho
starboard sido. Captuln Davidson re
turned to tills port, and secured the serv
ices of tho T. F. Eckert which left for thu
sceno of accident yesterday
forenoon. It is said that
sho cun bo raised. Her cargo consists
principally of sugar und molasses, and il
is feared tho greater portion of tho sugar
will bo badly datiugcd. At thotltneVr
tho accident, thu moon was shining brigift
ly, nnd tho pilots could sco abend of them
somo distanco, and tha general opinion is
that she was drawing moro water than
thoro was on the rocks.' This Is tho third
serious accident she hns met with, since
sho bus beon built,
Thu J. N. Kellogg loft hor tow of bai
gos nt Bulnbridgo's, und roturued bore for
sevoral moro barges. Sho reported tho
loo running very hoavy, whon shsi loft
The Jno. F, Tollo cleared for New Or
leans yesterday, nnd will finish her load
at Bolinont, Sho could have loaded horo
ns deep ns sho wanted, but she had en
gaged several hundred tons freight there
whllo sho was discharging hor trip.
Tho submnrlno Aid was ongagod taking
on board tha old shaft of tho defunct
stoamor Louisiana, which has beon pur
chased by the Illinois, to which boat it
will bo tukon nnd plncod in position.
Tho Colllor nnd 4 barges which havo
been laid up here slnco Jan. 17th left for
St. Louis yesterday.
Thn II. S. Turner enmo down from
Loulsvlllo ull "O K" nd nddod considot
Tho Knto Klnny wns fast filling up her
trip and expected to loavo for Now
Orlonns last night.
'ily Mntlouai littnk Bitllillns;.
WsUpeclal attention paid to order Irom steam
oata iilKlu or day."