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TIMETABLE Of TIIK ILLINOU CMs'TRAL, R.
Oa and afterHunJar, Wr 'lh 1171, th follow-BKiin-r-uU
gnvrrn th arrival nJ depart
ure of .DtTirlo. t Culroi
Clr.i kdJ si. i.ui m.uci uine.
Arrtvc 3.4. p to
l)f r'- 12:3" .m.
No hsrsfm.' w fmmiairo o M. Louli. No
otisivj f' . frorr Culro l CHcago, Flerent
rf'ig Uwn rlrepir.g ears on night trains.
(UK clii-i.fl t-i nil important rwInK
CAIRO AND MOUND CTl'
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EVANSVILLE AND CAIRO,
W 'I leave Cairo far Evaasvill every Sunday nd
i-anrsi'ar rvenlniM, at . ooImi, p.m. ror
rree-ntor paisase, apply oa board or to
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Trie splendid steamer
Fir Ireliaior nmn- 'TPLf .V.' . v
unSIf JA' '""""i Ag I.
Cnaibprtnml Hlver IMekfH
NASHVILLE CLAIlKSVILLE AND
The Fflendid teamer
T Y R 0 N E ,
TOM IUkMAN.-Ma.ler ALEX. HARD .Clerk
Willlenre C Iroetery Saturlay at 6 o'clock p.m.
forClaik'Vdlr, and .Nutiville , For Ireieht or
na.ace. .p.lj on ooarJ or lo
Fjaa3it' JA. 111003, Agt.
NASHVILLE, CLAIlKSVILLE AND
The ga'.lant attamer
OWtN DAVI3.Maiter JAS.P. J0H.VS0S..Clerk
Will leare Cairo eterr Thnrf dar at & o'clock p.m
for Narmlie,Clukrilleud ullwat point. For
freight or patta i tuply on bard or lo
Jn3tf. J A3. BKiOS, Ag't
KASHVILLE, CLAIlKSVILLE AND
Th? rjood atesmT
WUXT BIMM3...Mater l JSO. UUrF.R....Clerk
Will leaire Cairo eiery Monday at & o'clock, p.m.
for Nailiville, and all way port. For freight or
Damage, apply on uoaru or to
ImJtf JAS. IIIGOi, A)tt
tflMlimAST TK Iir.TH
FOR SALE. ) F-rPaU ( FOR SALE,
' I Frr Sale I '
t0R .SALE-jFomiielFOR BALK.
Faro from Livkkpoui
Fure frmn Lu.vDC.vbKRitr
Fare from Glasgow,
Fiiro from QuKKXMTowjf
TO CAIUO, :::::::: $48-20
Jarlord, Morris & Ca
LiTirpool New.roik ntid 1'lilladrlphla
oik cotxct with rMTUD itaTri a.r aamiH
Fur Ctrryinx Hie Mill.
F0K i'assag!-: tickets
ot rrninra laromtnot
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
UHroadirar, New.Vork, orlo
II. II 11 11
WaahlnaTton Aveng. Cairo. rion, 51
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
DMItlEN 'K No. 21 Truriwrnli .t-t.
if. f.' - t,l,"!""' atcntii- an I Walnut atr.t t.
.. . ,in'nHiTunrMiii, 11 y tlr.
C' W. I) UN XING, M. D.
T, I K-V ' "B orn-r.Vinth aud Wtlnut .t.,
uaew lioura-fmniG a.m to 12 m , and k p.m
I , vv:ih,Sr,K""Co,n'r Mnett'nih Mrect nnt
m- 1"" ",n-n.Di..l'uniirt lioll.. tlf.
.in .m.'.i'n,u"u'' lionr-lo to 12
am. and 2 1 4 v j (lll,lfi
It. H. UHIGHAM, M. !.,
U"CU, 130 COMMEKCIAl.
m.. and 1 lo 1 tun. Ifel
ALLEN, MULK.KY i: WURR
William J.Allen, )
John il. Muikey,
US AT LAW,
oarPirttcular attoullon paid to rirrr and ad.
OFFICE Orer Fiist .nTuobsI Hank, Ohio Levee.
UHBBN k GILIIEItT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willram H. drill,
William Ii Oilherl
uir.ipecia. atlenliop glreu
lo Admuallr aud
-OHIO LKVKK, ROOMS 7 AND 6 OVER
CITr NATIONAL HANK.
The Illinoli Central Hall Road Compiny dost
flerforaalo tho following deacrlbed lois iu Kir a
AlJIlloato I lie liny or vuiro, vin
Lot 27 block 0,
Lot 21 block t:,
H " TO,
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I NK. ADVEHTISKMENTS.
FOIl M KM I'H IS, VIOKa. LUU AND
Th. Excellent Paa.enzr Packet
J. A. NKtl. ...
Will leave. II, s. lay. 0n''iZi,cautd
p.m. Kur fie km r TP' n "oatd.
ill narlles linn(f claim against the Vratner
( lakr win) pr--i iir, imuirui.iri to irie
linden tnfi ir f mrim-ui
JOHN 1). CHILLIS.
REPORT OF THK CONDITION'
OF CAIRO, ILL..
At Cairo la die State of Illinois, at the rlc of bud
.t t, February ''7.
lans and DiConnt. .
iscnlnifis ....... .
U. S. I'ids lo secure clrcn
I X Hinds on tiand.....MM.....
IJ her St.ks, Hinds and Mart
Due Inira Redeeming and Ke
atrve Aitcn-.......... llSl.fr.'fi "I
lhitfromclher National tlanVt 2",llt SI
Ij from, other IbnVl and
Banker, 7,t7 !-'
IUnVIng Home ......... $ W
Utncr Keal Mlalt...... io,iiU u
Current F.jfn..... 1,417
Tairtpald 1,1(14 at
Chl. and other cah Ilemif J.?fll M
Ilillt of .Vallonll Eaukl 0,!i (
Fractional currency and nlckeli 2,2"! m
Specie .- o,lCl i.
Ugal tender notM.. 3n,nO P0
Capital Slock laid In
interest t .1,-11.1 i1
F.xchanse 3,740 04
Profit and Ipm 2VJIU 41
tfi,l '1 HI
Due 13 Hank and HanVen
llrcubtlon outunIIn;.. ........
, 5bJ,2J0 7i!
Stale of Illlooli, Alexander county. 11.
1, A. B. r-afford, cathier of the City National
Hank, of Oalrj. do lolemnlv iwear that the aoe
itatement true la the ben of my knowledge and
belief. A. B. SAFFORD, Cahler.
Correct Atteit !
W. P. Halliday, 1
11 L. Halliday, V Director..
C. D. WilllamtonJ
or rut conditio or Till
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO, ILL,
At the clore of buslncti, Fstruary 27, 1872.
Loant and diicountt
U. S. Honda to aecure circulation
U.Ti. liondi and accurlliet on
Other stocW, Bondi and Mort-
Due from redeeming and reserve
Due from othe r National Uanki
Due from Hankt and Hankcn...
Real estate ......
Furniture and fixtures
I uirent cxpensei
Cash Items Including revenue
t.ainon nana, in coin s i.nvi
Currency 30.W7 H
J'roil and loss
S 2,ft .IS
Due tn (Vatlun.il Hants
Stale of Illinois, County of Alexander, is.
I, t'. N. Hughes, cashier of the Hrst National
Hank of Calrj. uu solemnly swear that the above stale.
mentis true to the best of my knowiedje and belief.
C. N. IIUOIIh-S, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of
March, 872 CHA3. CUNNINtJH AM.
Coriect Alien i Notary Public.
J. T. Kennie.
ii 11 jr.
PublUbcd vvrrjr morning, Moaday ex.
Sch ii b
Java Impkriai Tk.a t
Iirinol &. Stil
?,nf Go to Dr. McGaulcy for IlAttinger'i Ftv
vor Droju. Wurmntel to cure tho chilli.
(So to tiik KxceUlor luloori for ffiih
Si. liouil Intjer hevr.
FKEriii St. Lciiii. Iuj;ijr bfr Jtwt rec;ive'l
at tint KxcoMir niloon. F. Illtinlienbur,
Fun Sai.k A cottiigo on I'.'th itrooi
containing 7 m.jiih, ciitorn .nil out
liiiume rotiipk-to. Apply to
V. W. Thor.vtow.
For tiik bi'iit St. LouU lager in tint
city, go to Illitnkcnburg'a Excelilor ia
IMPORTKU Malaga grapon at Jorgen
(oil's, corner of Twontiotb itrnot and
Wusbidgton MVHiuio. ii
Wanted. A ntirto nnd i.'lmmlicrmiild.
Apply immetliutuly ut tlio Hui.i.etin of
tlcc, TogirN wbo can fiirniili j;oo.l rofur
tiff4, tb hlgboHt wugt'i will be given.
'. Hu,) "uiiiK.-Intorcitlng work
Where uru ynu gulngt' -number
1,1, Ohio levee, Nvbero tWP, "
tho bet fresh oyr, 1UI, and
tho flneit wine", liqitort ami cigar t0
rotinil in tho city. Open i all hour., uv
orn,'t. J. E. I'ahk,
HOARD AM) LODGING.
Mr. T. II. Kill, corner of Sevonth
' and Commercial, I prepared to iiccommo
I dutHwll v,ho upply with board, with or
witnout rooms, ut prices lower than any
other urn-class house n the city. ilr. El
lit keeps un excellent table; hit rooms are
front room, high, light utlu alrV ar)j wo
furniahed, end wo have nu hesitation in
promlnlng iatlsfactlon to all who call on
him. Jlr. Ellis will also supply prl0,
wbo deslro with unfurnished rooms at
reanonsblo rates. Let all Interested take
notice. Ketnombor on tho corner of
Seventh and Commercial.
NIK CAlKt) l)M.
Try tl,f J iiiipuiiui Tea, at llr'.st. 1
,t tilrllf. r2-5.1f.
A My w!hc copying lo tlci. Addrf
Hjx 7.1.., Cairo, II). 3.0-Ct
Tlie statement of tho cliy National
and Flrt Nallonnl batikr, appear In nn
other column of this tiurnin,' Uclletin.
willadinlniitcr the Rite of Confirmation
at the Church of tho Redeemer, thtt
(Wftlnesdny) ctenlng, March Cth, at tcv
en and a hnif o'clock. The public are ln
vited to attend.
the last meetino
of tlio old city council wa4 held on Mill
day evening. The member elected at the
late charter olcction will take tlieir c:tt
at tho iiicclins: to bo held next Mon
A painter, well-known to many Cairo
people, left the city lovwifd the latter part
of lut week, ietween two tiny. Where
he has gone no one knuw, but there are
many In the city who would like to know.
V. S. UltTRlCT COURT,
did not convene on Monday morning, ai
itatcd in The Bulletin of yesterday, ow.
ing to the fact that Judge Treate did ret
arrivo until lRte in tho day. The court
wa opened in Philharmonic hall yester
day morning, about ten o'clock.
of Cnrbondale, is a candidtto for tho radi
cal nomination for congres from thii di
trict. lie is now in the city, ostensibly
attending the U. S. district court, but nt
the fhmc time to look after his chances for
tho nomination for congressional honors.
Mr. John W. Trover wa in tho city
Hon. D. W. Munn H nbsent from Cairo
on official business.
Louis llouck, Eq., a few years finco n
prominent lawyer ef this city, now n
resident of Cape Girardeau, Mo., is in the
city on Kusincss.
" Next week, " say the Mound City
'Journal.' 11 Wc intend giving tho details
of Mr.Cba. Thrupp'i proposed engineer
ing oporatior.s on the C. & V. railroad.
He moditaties making sorno changes of
importance to tho country b'-tween Am
erica and Cairo.'
The Mound City 'Journal ' makes tho
following complimentary mention of our
German theatre :
Tho German theatre in Cairo entertains
the public every Sunday night and the
performances are excellent for an amateur
company. Tho Thalia society give the
ontertainments. The theatre is in the
upper portion of Louis Herbert's build
ing, on Ohio levee.
Tho barrels to be used in packing tho
I best brnnds of flo.ir manufactured at thu
Egyptian mills in thi city, Halliday Ilros ,
proprietors, aro tho fl icst we lmvo ever
f eon. Tho barrels are made of oak, o' dif
ferent color, after tho afylo of a floor
madoolash and walnut. They prwent a
beautiful appearance, The workman. hip
on them Is very line, tho hoops are heat and
well put together, and the staves smooth
and freo from rplintcr and cracks.
James McComick was up yesterday be
fore bis honor, Squire Shunncsy, for being
drunk. A line of one dollar a urseved
against him. Sent to the calaboo'u for
Uo days 'jtiit long enough to so
ber off." Kate Robinson, a colored lady,
wa arrested by Rjbertson for abusive
language. The old .quire was of tho opin
ion that Kate's tongue was " burn; in the
middle" and " clattered at both unit."
He charged her Ut.i dollar and the
"perk, which she paid.
Thj city council, at iu meeting on Mon
day night,. ordered the contraction of n
miw cduwttlk on tho iotith side of T;nth,
between Walnut and Cedar atreeU. A
ri'.oltuion wa otTered providing for a
liduwalk extending from Walnut street to
tho Mii'ippi levee, but tho council con
cluded that thero wa no urgent nncemity
for inch a walk at thi tim. Tnu, after
Pertinent eflort in behalf of tho claim of
our colored citizens, wo havo been suc
cessful in inducing the council to order the
cjnitruction of this much needed walk.
Potter, of tho Mound City Mourn ,1,'
call attention to tho fact that there is now
no passable wagon road between that city
and Cairo, it having been found necessary
to prevent travel on it, to cut tho O. & V.
II. R, lovou In sovoral places. "Such n
road," continuw tho 'Journal,' "U an ab
solute necessity to tho two cities, us well
as tho country ubove, und tho .sooner it is
built tho better for all concerned. Tho
county courts of Alexander and Pulaski
counties cannot take this matter in hand
PA UK Ell A II LAKE.
Parker it Illakn havo added to their
well assorted Tainl, Wall l'apor nnd
Window Glass establishment it regular
painting business. They havo engaged
Mr. Curl L. Thorns, who has been in thu
painting businefs In Cairo for tho Inst 10
years, to superintend tho painting and pa
per hanging dcpurtmonl, and all work un-
trusted to him, or for which ho may con-
'! win bo dull' acknow udi'cl l,v il,i.m
an.l . " j
. mil I .a ... .1
with neutfioss and
H'un writing, plain and fanoy
at reasonable term. ' 8 ",,,B' t,,c'"
HUllNETT A co.
Messrs Iln.nott Co., deal,,. m ,,,
and fur, ha. prcented u. with H Z
boiler for cooking egg,, potatoes, He.
water Is placed in n tonk uttached to tl o
outsldo ol tho holler, with .two tub.a w
which tho Menm ia communicated to tl.o
articles t bo cooked. Wo havo given tho
boiler a trial and find thut anyarticlu can
bo cooked in less than half tho llmo It re
quires to boil It In tho usual way. Tho
boiler or steamer can be made to lit any
x.inf .lore. Air. nurnett Is Ihe in
' I LKTIN, W'KDNKSUAV.
ventor, and wilUhnrtly take out a patent I
I'T his invention
Wo I.nvo .'ten and examined, and, III
fact, paid for a act of furs furnished by
Mcssr. Hurnett & Co., of this city, dealers
In hlJes and fur., etc. Tho furs nro mado
of Nebraska mink, and wcro manufactured
In New Jersoy, by tho flrm for which Jlr.
Rtiriictt Is agent, nnd finished In tho neat-
cl nnd m.'st elegant style. They were
delivered to tho purchaser at loo manu
facturer's prices, ninl have given the high
est satisfaction. Wo recommend porsons
who desire to purchtso furs, which com
fort and custom render almost a necessity,
to call on -Messrs. Hurnett, & Co., who
will not fail to suit them, both in quality
(It gnlar Jjint .-Muunfllio City Council.
Council Clumber, I
Cnri, III., .March 4, 172, )'
PrcS'-nt III Honor, Mayor Lunsdon,
iind Fitzgerald, Hurd, Klub, Metcilf, Seav,
S ratton, Taylor, Winter and Wood 10.
Oa motion of Alderman Wintor, tlio
reading of tho journal was dispensed
REPORTS OF OFFICERS.
The official report of tho following
named officers were read, and, on on mo
tion of Councilman WooJ, received nnd
ordered filed, viz:
Joseph R. Taylor, city treasurer, for
Jnnuary nnd February ; F. Hros, P. 51.,
for January j II. Shunncisy, 1. 31, and It.
F. Ililllngsly, police contnblo, for
Jnnuarv nnd l-cbruary; Qulnn nnd
Mchncr, polico eonstnbles, for
February; and F. M. Ward, street super
visor, from Oct. 20, 1871, to Fob. 20,1871!,
said report being ns follows:
Cairo, 111., Feb. S. 1672.
Street supervisor's report in full from
Oot. 29th, 1871, to February 20th, 1872s
No. ree'l. Names. Am't p.ild.
487 Fav $15 00
488 I). H. Johnson 3 00
IPO Gus. Harris 3 00
400 Geo. Cil'l 3 00
491 Aloert Taylor 3 00
492 Muse Williams 3 00
493 .Mat .lotus 3 00
491 Ephraim Miller 3 00
U'3 Eugcno Thomas 3 00
490 M. E. Powers 3 00
497 Nick Williams 3 00
49S Geo. Durn', labor on bridge.
499 Sum Orr .1 f0
COO Jus. Cavondcr 3 00
oOl Jack Connors, 3 ilavs labor.
ORDINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
Alderman Scasc, from tho commltteo t n
ordinances, introduced the following ordi
nance, which was, on motion of council
man Taylor, referred to the next meeting,
of either board or tho joint mooting of
both lionrds, ns might hrst ocenr.
He it ordained by tho City Council "of
the city of Cairo:
Section 1. That it shall not be lawful
for any member of the select council or
boird of aldiirmen to bo aber.t from any
stated or special meeting of tho city coun.
cil, convened in joint session, or for any
member of tho select council to bo abeii"i
from any stated or special meeting of the
select council, or any alderman to bo ab
sent from nny stated or special meeting of
the board of aldermen for a longer period
than iltteen minutes after the hour tlxed
by ordinance lor the stated meetings of
oueii imuru respectively, or lor the same
period after tho timo tlxed in the noticK
given fur any special meeting of any of
.-HUi uoaru.s ; anil n any ot sum persons
eliall be so absent for a longer peii d than
ni(l II ft cc n minutes lliey and each of
them shall lorluit arid nav to mid citv tlii
sum of onodoll.tr nnd one dollar addition
al lor each llftecn minutes thereafter ilur
ing said meeting h: shall bo so absent;
provided tlio time adopted by tho Illinois
Central Railroad Coimimiiv ehall bo and
hereby is ndopted by tills beard ns tho
standard from which paid time shall bo
computed and measured.
Section If not othorwivj called to
order, it r-liv.lt be the duty of the cliy clerk
to call each board to order: at the oxpira
lion of fifteen minute after thn time tlxed
a nluvu for tho meeting of iir,v of mid
board and upon caMintr thn roll, he shall
nolo In the minute of tho proceedings of
said board tho Absence ot any member and
shall likewito noto the time at which anv
member may ubequontly appear, nnd it
shall alto bo tho duty of liiid city clork to
report, after the first subiequent stated
meeting therenlter, if in tho uieanlnno thu
ftno impo'cd by thi ordinaries nus not
been paid or the absence satisfactorily ac
counted for to said board, the fact of such
absenco to the city attorney to enable him
to institute; tho proper proceedings for tho
recovery ot sulci lino and costs.
Mer. Ruder, Schuh nnd AVoodwnrd
appeared and took their feats.
MARKET COMMITTEE REPORT.
Thn committee on market reporlod
that tho wclghrna'ter hud collected from
tho citv scale from Dec. 1st, 1871 to
Mnryli Ith, o":', tho mini of $ in, which
annum', Ices 16 pur cent for cominUaiori
has been paid into the city treasury. On
motion ot Uouncllmnii ood tho report
FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT,
1 ho report ol tho committee on llnanco
for thn month of February, showed that
they hnd destroyed by burning, city order
to tho amount of $1,531.11 and coupon to
tin ninonnt.uf $0,571.11). On motion of
Councilman Hurd tho report was re
ceived it ml ordered filed.
REPORT OF POLICE AND JAIL COMMITTEE.
Tho committed on poliao and Jail re
ported the necessity of appointing n ser
geant of police to net in the chief place
nt night. Tho commltteo iiho alluded In
highly complimentary term to jailer Mc
Iliile, In connection with their report
thu commltteo sub in it tod tho following
Jlesohetl, 'Flint a sergeant ahull bo up
pnh.ti'd on thu polico force to act in tho
captain's place wliun hu is absent.
Alderman Fitzgerald moved to receive
tho report and udopt thu resolution.
Councilman Wood moved to amend by
referring tho rosolutior. to tho ordlnuuco
Tho qiicnlori llion being on tho motion
to receive tho roport, it wan put und car
A petition from Wm.Schenck was read,
pruying permission to romovo tho frame
Imllding on lot 0 in block 2.1 to lot 30 in
block 2i) i ihr, city of Cairo.
Alilcrnmn Rudor moved to grant.
Councilman Wood moved to amend by
Alderman llujt.r CI,C(j for tho ayes and
!iy 00 l,lu n''iond,nB, with tho follow
ing result : Aye,Ilur(1( Motclllf) Scimb(
Sease, Stralton, Tavlnr, Wintor, Wood
MARCH 0. T2 .
and oohwnrd 9. Nu IJuder, Fnr.
geiald nnd Kleb- .1,
A petition of sundry citlaens nnd tax
payers, pr.ti Ing the council to cnuion side
wall, to be built In front of lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
5 nnd 0 In city, I lock 20, wa, on motion
of Councilman Hurd, rclerred tothe street
Tho follow irg bills wcro presented, and
on motion of Alderman Winter, refcrrid
to tlieir respective committees;
J.T. Reliule, bolts and wrench...
T. II. Fnrrin, 009,1 feet lumber...
Jos. II. Taylor, amount paid J. II.
Oburlvst Co., for publishing de
linquent tax list, 1871
T. H. Farrln, 6761 feet oak lumber
M. J. Howley, Tor ballut box,
lock. k"Vs i tc
Timothy Sullivan, hauling drunk
en man to jail
Morriii, Rood s; Co., 12,813 ft. of
lumber, ((, $19
Hibernian tiro company, expense
from October 31, 1871, to Dec.
fhi. Fitzgerald, 23 days' labor
on sidewalk In February
Peter Coiilnn, 23 day' labor on
sidewalks in February
M. Mahonoy, 2lj days' labor on
sewers in February
Wm. Mcllalc, 20 days' labor on
Jno. II. Oberly cV Co., publishing
council proceeding in l ubru
nry,. und printing 100 small
Ilaptisto Holsteln, hauling 2 cars
lumoer to city nru Irom
Thoinus Meehati,hauliug drunken
man to jail
The. Meclian, hauling 3 cur.
lumber ;D, and 40 dray loads
nt f0 emits
E. A. Hurnett, February salary ns
. Cain, Februarv salarv us mar-
lo. R. Tavlor, February salary
M. J. Howley, February stilnry as
L. II. Mover, February sulary
ns chief of police
John Sheehan, C. Melir.er, W. II.
Uobertson, James (juinn, Hen
ry T. Martin und R. F. Hil
li'ncslv, polico constables, Feb
ruary salary, each 75 00
John .M. Jiansden, 4th quarter
salary ns Mnvur, to March 9th,
It. Shannessy, P. M., falary for
month, of'january and Febru-
Saup, 4 dav.' iuduo of election
Jos. MeKcnr.ic, 4 days' judge of
flection and registration
James Garland, 1 davs' judge of
election and registration 10
Frank Muthows, one day clerk of
It. F. ltippenberg, ono day clerk
I). Artcr, 4 days registering und
judge of election
D. TLinegar, 4 days registering
and judge of election
A. Kschbiick, 4 days registering
und judge of election
L. J Ryrnc, 4 duys clerk of elec
tion and b d of registration. .. .
F. P. Hagey, 1 day clerk of olcc
O. Close, 3 dav? registering and
judge of election
Jno. 11. Phillip, 3 day register
ing nnd judge of election
Jno. McEwcn, 1 day judge of
fl. Mu.Munri, 1 day clerk of elec
tion 2 .10
Chas. A. Scotleld. 1 day clerk of
Wm. Martin, 3 day registering
and judge of election
Ohas. I'ii tier, 3 day registering
and judgo of eli'Ctliiu
R. Fitzgerald, 1 day Judgo of elec
tion C. F. Nellis, 1 day registering
W. R. Fii-her, I day cler of elec
tion W. F. Fithor, 1 day clerk of elec
tion Jno. McNulty, hauling drunken
man to jail
C. R. Woodward, hardwitro
C. R. Woodward, 500 It. hose w.th
couplings, for the Rough nnd
Ri-ady llro company
C. it. Woodward, 2oO ft. ho.-e,
with coupling and or.o 20 ft.
suction, for Hibernian Fire Co.
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed
in 82 street lamp, in ro'jruary
leu 3 nights not lighted 217
Cairo City Gas Co, gas consumed
in the several engine houses,
city jail ami council building,
3 mo'., lo March 1st 60
Councilman Woodward introduced the
fallowing resolution, viz :
Itetolcrd, That tho committee on ordi
nanci a are hereby directed to report an or
dinance to Nulla 11 sidewalk An Tenth
street fiom Odar to thu Mississippi
Alderman itudnr moved to ndopt.
Alderman Winter ottered tlio following
n an aincnumeni, und culled lor tlio uyc
and nay thoreon viz :
JUsotretl, That tho commltteo on ordi
nances uro hersby directed to report an
oruinauco to nuild 11 sidewalk on the south
side of lenth ktreot from Walnut to Cod
Adopted ns follows: Ayes Ruder,
Iluril, Schuh, Soae, Strotton, Tavlor,
Winter, Wood nnd AVoodwnrd 9, Nays
Fitzgerald, Kleb and Meteulf 3.
1 ho question then being on Alderman
lludor's motion, It wnsput and the resolu
Councilman Taylor Intioduced the fob
lowing proamble and resolution, which, on
motion of Aldorman Ruder, wero adopted,
Whereas, in consequence, of tho occu
pation 01 lliu old roatls, leading from thu
city by the embankmunts of tho Culro it
Vinceniics und Cairo sV St. Louis railroads,
it ha bucomo necessary to lay out nnd
construct now roaJs, upon new routus,
which it it I understood thu county court
aro propared to undertake at once, com
meuclng at thu city limits, therefore.
JUsoteaf, That tho committcu on streots
bo and they hereby are instructed to havo
an examination mndnoftho most feasible
route for roads from tho presunt platted
limits of the city, to connect with tho pro
posed now roads to bo con
structed by Aluxumlor county
to tho city limits, botweon thu
Illinois Central and tho Cairo tV Vin
ceiinco railroads, and the IllinoU Cuntrul
and Cairo & St. Louis railroads, and also
to havo esti'tiut.'. 111 ido of thu probably
cost of tho preparation of nucli roads
within mild city limits, and that with tho
report of thu result of Mich examination
and of eucli estimate, .aid commltteo bo
also instructed to havo reported Hn ordi
iinncu providing lor tho construction of
said roads within suldcity limits,
Councilman Hurd offered nnd moved
tho adoption of tho following proamble
nnd resolution, which wero adopted at follow.-
Ao Rudor, ElUgerald, Klob,
Hurd, SVIpih, S-ise, Stratt'.n, Taj, or,
Winter, Wood nnd Wojdw.inl II. N'uv
'Whkiieac I, oven atrial l In e,,,,. 1....1
condition, so that team count pas. along it
...v..,,.. 1, (jrt-iu uaiigir nnu tiuiay, nnd
Whereas. Said street U rnnslni ttn en
quired by n great n imbor of vehicle, os-
ii-toinoy wagon unit urn Vf, therefore
Resolved. Thai Ihn alcif.l r,1,l1lti!tlnn Im
and they aro hereby Instruct-d to proceed
orico to make such repairs on said street n
win M iiuiir 11 pussnlilo i.ir thn present,
and to examine It with 11 view to maklni:
permanent repair. t nn enrlv ilav, arid to
roport to tho lotineila phtn'or plum Tor
M'DO.NAI.Ii's .It'tlOMF.ST A(lIsr Til K
The mayor st.it, d to tho council tlio re-
conl case of Phillip .McDonald vj. tho city
lor dnmages claimed for injiirie alleged
to havo boon sustained by (Icfuidiini' fall
ing through a defective sidewalk, In which
suit the plulntlff rccovero 1 d imiige to the
amount of $.150.
Councilman Taylor moved that tint city
attorney be Instructed to file 11 bill of ex
ceptions and taku tho casu lo tho kuprcmo
court, cither by appeal or writ of error, us
that office may think proper.
Alderman Wjntcr called for tho nycs
and nays on tho motion, with tho follow
ing result Ayes Ruder, Fitzgerald,
Hurd, kleb, Mctcalf, Schuh, Sense, Strat-
ton, Taylor, Wood and Woodwnrd 11.
Nay Winter I.
Tho clerk rend 11 note from tho city at
torney, stating that bo wu unable to havo
tho jailer', report compared iu liiiio for tho
meeting of tho council, owing to tho fact
that Judgo Ilros had boon engngod with
tho county court and his docket jvas not
Alderman Wintor moved that the jailer
bo permitted of hand iu hi bill to tho
city attorney, to have it certified to und
thence, allow It to go before tho commit
tee 011 claims. Carried
On motion of Councilman Schuh, ad
journed. M. J. Howi.ev, City Clerk.
A fow rod cedar fenco poU. Apply to
James Johnson at tho stone depot. 6-4d3t
Thu houso nnd two lots situated on the
corner of Eighteenth find Walnut street,
is oficred for silo on very reasonable
torms. For particulars npplv on thv prem
In order to make room for hi now
stock ot Spring and Summer goods, Mr. J
Hurgcr, will dispose of the stock he now
has un hand at tho lowest possible figure
Mr. llurger is now in New Y'ork buying
n full stock of new goods, which Im pro
poses to sell at the lowest possiblo living
price. m2d I w
stpart a oiiolson,
Atheneum building, will open with n well
selected stock of dress goods, fancy goods,
notions, und ladies, und gents, furnishing
goods for tho spring trade, on Tuesday,
March, 5th, 1872. They will bo pleasod to
meet their old friend and customers, and
iruiiranteo them favorable prices and
NEW nilOCERY hTORE.
A. Iiven ha opened a grocery storo in
tho hume on tho corner of Fourteenth and
Walnut streoH, where ho propojes to
keep a general nssorlMiciit of family gro
ceries, provisions, choice butter, eggs, eto.,
nnd ho promi.c to sell Ills zoo,! on us
reasonable term n can bo obtained at
nny other establishment of the kind in the
city. Givohimncr.il. feb2l-dlm.
We have no hctitaton in recommend
ing W illium Khlers, boot and shoe maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. 'n
know wherefore wo speak when wo fay
his work is bono in a masterly ina nnur nt
tho lowest price. Ho uses nothing but
the best of stock, and ho cannot bo excell
ed in tho delicalo task of making un ex
act fit. Give him n call ut hi shop on
Twentieth stroit, between Washington
avenue ur,d Poplar street, nearly oppositu
tho court houso, and wo will guarantee
II. LEVY ii CO, PAV THE HIGHEST MARKET
Relow will bo found the corrected list
of prices paid by II. Lovy A- Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, nnd all kind of country produce
Lovy & Co. do a vury largo trudo in their
lino, nnd It is a well known fact that they
alwaya pay tho highest prices to be oh-
111 1 neu m tin mnrKct. ahoy nro now
52 00a 2 2
Reaver, por pound
, 5 00 a 7 00
. 2 00 uO 00
60 11 76
HIDES, PEIt POUND
Reef Hide. Drv Salt
" " Green Salt
7 a 37
181 a 20
9 a 12
Tallow, par pound
60 a 05
00 11 70
26 a 28
The above price list is subject to correc
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho samplo room.
ha recolvcd tho appointment of agent for
tho sale of the Hiimmondsport, N. Y., IJr
buna Wine Company' wino in this city
If tho bottlo with which wo havo been
liivored is a samplo of tho quality of
thfliio wines, thon wo are propared to say
that thoy nro among tho host wo havo nvor
tasted. He has just recolvcd 11 largo con
signment, which ho Is propared to pell nt
the lowest flguros. Ho has ulso on hand a
large nnd complete stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wino. of ovory variety.
Connuuial Felicity. Nothing tends
moro to connubial hupplnoss than cheerful
and healthy Infant and children. Mr..
Whiteomb. syrup is tliocroat .oothlnK
Go to Xo. 32 Eighth meet, and got
lomo of the nov.l and eicellont Jaya
Imperial Tea, and try It. 3-4U.
Just received nt lirlslol & Stllwell'i,
canned llarlelt l'oars,A r!cots,nnd Muscat
Grapes. Alio n full anortment of bct
brund of other canned goods. No. 32
Eight street. 8-4-lf,
HlnilEST CASH PltlCE PAID FOB HIDE.
-Messrs. Hurnett ,c Cti.,Thornton'. block,
Tenth street, are prepared to pay tho hlgh
ot cash price for article In their line, a
, , FUR.
Prime Mink Sl.7fi to 'J.Iii
Raccoon r,iv to Ctki
" Musk Rat.
10 to 16
40 to 50
10 to 12
6.00 lo 0.00
6.00 to 7.IMI
" Wild Cat
" Opoum,. .
" Heaver Skint
Grcuii Sail, kip and calf...
0 to 10c
12 to 14c
26 to 36c
For other articles, .itch a. rae. feath
ers, bees wax, wool and tnllow, wo 111 day
tho highest market prices.
Thornton', block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
Hteamer. Where from. Where la
RclleSt. Lou!s.St. Louis Vlcksburr.
Sam. J. HnlcMcmphl. Cincinnati. "
W. 11. nrown..3t. laouis. f
J. W. Oarrett..Cinclnnntl....New Orleans.
Marblo City...5Icmphls....St. LouU.
City of Catro..N. Orleans.
I'ojtoniA Louisville New Orleans.
M. J. Wick.. ..St. Loui New Orleans.
Atlantic St. LouU.
Illinois Columbus... .Columbus.
C. R. Church... N. Orleans. .Cincinnati.
Alaska N. Orlean....Cinclnnati.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERI.
Tho river continues falling .lowly, ana
from present indication, the fall will end
to-day, when a rise of short duration may
take place. Tho rise in th Mississippi
continues, and there is about nine foot in
the channel. The river Is falling again
at Pittsburg. At Cincinnati the river i.
slowly declining. Tho Cumberland river
continues on the rise with five feet on
Hnrpcth Shouls. The Red river i. fall
ing ugain. The Arkansas river it falling
with four feet in tho channel.
IIUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Tho loveo was crowded during tho day
with crow of various steamer., taking on
board immense piles of southern bound
freight, and yesterday may bo classed a.
one of the busiest days of the season.
Tho day opened dark and cloudy, but
during tho afternoon Old Sol came fcrtb,
and everything looked bright and cheer-
Tho Relle St. Loui. had the best trip of
this season for VIcksburg. Sho Lame out
with her.guards on tho water, and when
sho loft here, sho had all she could swim
The Ciy of Cairo camo up flying light
from Xow Orleans, and is now loading
for n return trip to leavo to-morrow.
The Pcytonia passed down with a r?svt
of loaded barges, and did not land. '
The M. J. Wick camo out with a
medium load. Ed. Rruner, who wa. mat
of the Lockwood, when she was cut down
by tho Ico at St. Louis, is now mate of th
Clljr NsttloBSil Blank Balldlsiar.
.Special attention paid to order. Irom ileera
oats nlvht or daT.K
CARL L. THOMAS,
1 now prepated 10 respond promptly to all dt
rnaods for Ins service..
SHOP-Cor. Stii-st. and Coumkrcal-at
In this Perry llouae,
WOOD I WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOO
Ast t'henp, II not Cheaper
han any stood dealer in Cairo. Leave orders
n the sl.nes at the l'ostoftice an 1 at Ron' coal
sard, ou Cinimernal aveuue, between Tenth and
twelfth streets. Cairo, Illinois. I give good
mrasuie aud will curd Ihe wood up If desired.
FIRE AND MARINE
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets, over e.WO.Oisi
ANCHORD FIRE AND MARINE
f Of St. Loui.
Hollcils all kinds ol risk.
oc!27t Aa-eat, Cairo, UHnoU,
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
JOHN sUATEH, Proprietor.
M Curnmeroial Avanua, CAIRO, ILLINOIS)
Heat brand of California ClKarJuat recaivai,
BILLIARD saloon furnlahad with th beat ol
Ubloit and bar .uppllad wllh win... liquor,
md cigar, of ttia floesl brands. 1