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rtg Roo-n sleepm car. o o efcl tr.'.
vse checked to Ml import"' t"""'
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
T A.n Till,
Will make threo trip daily.
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At 4 30.,........ .p.tTi-1 Al -p.m.
P.mfuh say, ) cents! M tukrls foi i 30.
Will U. ,h'a hailed, nl any 8od lutenn-diate
eaiiogior pasennr nr fr-uni,
IVANSV1LLE AN' I) 0A1K0,
US FOWLF.n...- ........ ...Ma-tir
Wdllesve Cairo f it riviivllls every ebin lay .!
Tfiurn-Ujr Tninn, ki o o ei.w .. e.in. ri
fri)4tor p.,pplypi iiM ort..
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CAIRO AND PAUUCAH
91 AIL. IIISAT.
Tm spleudid -teamer
0" AS. FISK,
Joe Fowler, Slmlsr.
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Ca abnrUt I
1 th tplendid ilfamer
TOM HAKMANMMlrr AI.EX. II ART) CItrk
Witl'enTtC Im titT 8tnr my li o'clucK p.m.
forCitikfvllr, nd Na-hvlilr. Kor ire Rtil or
pCf,ip.lj UUW1IJOI 10
jB4.f JAJ. U1004, Agi.
JTAdHVlLLE, CLAKK.SVILLE AND
OWEN !HVl!)...MiutfT J 9.P J0II.N30N. Urrk
Will leave Cairo errry TnnrxUy at 6 ..'clock p.m
far iNlinIie, C'lirnillMuJ Hllway poiul. fur
rrtucnt or pnxjzd ipuivoa b'rlr to
JaiiJir. JAS. IIKJ iH, AK't
NASI! ViliLE, CLAKKSVILLE AND
The Kood iteimer
WILET 8IMMi...M itr l ISO. II RI,ER....CIrk
Will leave Cairn every Monday at 5 oVI i.'K, p.m.
fir Nalivllle, and all y po'la For rri'fx'lit or
paiff, apply on board r lo
ln3ir JAH. Illf?0, AKt.
IWMIimA.Vr TI4 KKTH
F..rHalo ( poll SALE,
.J KorSjlelFOU HALE.
Fure from Liverpool,
Fura from Lokdcnukuky
Faro from (Slasoow,
Fro from (Jukk.nstow.v
TO CAIUO, :::::::: $ 1 8-
iatlonl, Morni t Ca , gentn.
Liverpool .New.Yuik and I'lillad'lphia
Dia coxraicr wirii t'MTCD tatc and iiamiH
For Carrjin: tn Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
ox riaiiira mrotMTioK
APPLY TO JOHN Q. DALE, Aor.
14 Broadway, Nrw-Vork, or to
TahiBKtnn Artirw, Cairn. nnia, 31
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. 1).
REilUs .t-So. -i rnirimmh t"wt. Ub
i rt i .alunion avBDiiean t W .luut atru t.
O,0ii u Q nn'imroinl hvimiu. im -talrn.
C. V. DUNNING, M. I).
R'.MIHSCe-j.ru rNnitiiaiil A'tti'it t.
Ili-e-ii ar Mten .Ir-Hl anl Kiln nr !,
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II. WAltD.VEH, 31. I).
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V .lji 'gu i i-ai-,n-i co irt h i or.
arc wTir th ioioH.j OB.-c honr.-l'i to j
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ALLHN, MULKEVT A WHEEL EH
COCNSEL-RS AT LAW
William J. uu. , Al l.A ,
Joliu li. Mu.kry, V
rPrnculM uttLViva paid 10 rlv-r .,i
-Unity bunne.- v 0 w nd
OFriCE-Over Fit.t.NaiioaintanV. Olilo Levee. '
GREEN k GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
win am n. n
Willi.ra II Oilb.rt
.Specia, atlentinn Klvea to AdroirattT aud
Bteafflboat busiae.s. '
ornci onio levee, room 7 and 8 over
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Tim Ilhnon Central Kail lt" l Coniii.ny an
MlrrfnrsAle hs lllowlDjfde(.illied lots lo Firs
Al liilonto the City of lairo, vlai
Lot block 9i, l)t u block M,
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Implr mean ..fulf-iure, ,,utl ,) ''',
tnr t- I. Ili.v. tillners. j. U. Vof
faauu trl, New Yn j . .UrwV' ,
0' ie m r enury " uii'rn u
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CHARLES M ilOWB&CU.
No. (4 Ohio Lcvcc,
J H I L. 8 A C 1,
(Huecesor to I. Saiip )
WHOLESALE AN' I) RETAIL
ic urn i
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
Coiiimrrrlnl Avenue, between
Keveiilli mill Klghlh Hlrvrlw,
tti.M'.S AM'MU OIU.
miMirlrr null W liolmitle lnlrr la
Ai ui for the Uit brand of
CHE AM AND STOCK ALE,
lniMirlvd Aim of DlfToreat Kind.
75 Ohio Levee,
tf CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOUKFLETII,
icccmoa roiai Tocirnta
Upcllfyer mill Wliolrnle frler Ii
. ForrlK" niul loniCNtlc
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. G2 Ohio Levee,
' CAIUO, ILLINOIS
K kn'Mon hAnd conftnnllr n full tork
f lfl KftxtnoV Ittiiirlntn. II vn nri Mnnitntj
nrU Wiiklf, French hrmdien, liutlaml U'l,
I'ublUhexl every mitrnhiKi Muiiilny ea
mpurlal Tea, at Bristol
& S llw.
TUB LITTLE KEXTUCKIAN,
No. 03 Ohio luwe, U the pi tee whoro
they keep the freshet flih mid game, und
the llni'Jt wi.'.c, llquora and cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty
live cents. Open day and night, at nil
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Mrs. Anna L ing, on Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, litis jutt received a lino spring stock
of millinery goods, consisting ofh.it-, bon
noU, ribbons, notion.", stc, etc., to which
she ii. k 4 tho attention of tho ladles of
Cairo. Mrs. Ling will take pleasure in
showing her goods to all who will favor
hor with a call. 3-9-lm.
"Wo havo no ho'itaton In recommend
ing Willium Killer, boot and tthuo maker
as worthy of most liberal patronago. IVo
know wherefore wo speak when wo say
his work is b.m? in u masterly in inner at
the lowest prices. He es nothing but
the best of atock, and ho ctnnot bo excell
ed in tho dollcatu task of making an ex
act fit. Give him u call at his shop on
I Twentieth street, between 'Washington
avenue und Poplar street, nearly opposite
I the court home, and wo will guarantee
Mr. Joseph Mendel ha sold hisgrocory
store, ut tho corner of Tenth street and
i nihiiiLton avenue, to Sir. Joseph Bros.
Mr. B. hns taken possession and will im
mediately atock tho concern with n full
and complete usicrtment of the freshest
and choicest groceries and provision-,
which ho guurantccs to loll at prices as
low ru can boobtained from any other estab
lishment in tho city. Ho solicits a .haro
of tho public patronago und promises in
return prompt attention and courteous
treatment. 3.8 dim.
Vat Vitzirerald. of tho sotntilu room
bus recuUfci the appointment of agent for
the sale t th. U .i.imondspurt, N. Y, Ur-
klm WI1.1, f.. ' ! . ' .
U the bottle with x,hk.,, wo ,mvo lem
favored Is a Mimnlu of .,.. ....n...
these wines, then ...
that thev nr., ... ,... , .. . 'Rrea 10 MY
,.,...1 ' ,,. : ,7" ",''vo
tasted. H Imsjuu received a l';t;rV;n
signmnnt, which he 1. prepared to ..
tho lowest figures. Uo has alo on hand a
unu cumpieiu hock ol the Varlou
uranus 01 Irish, .Votch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety
Jan 1 2d if
PARK Kit .V 1ILAKE.
Parker & Bluko have added to their
woll unortod Paint, Wall Pnpor nnd
Window Glass etln'ilirhiuent it regular
painting bu-lnesi. They havo engird
Mr. Carl L.Tlmmu., who In.s been in llio
painting business In Cairo for tho lad 10
years, to superintend tho painting and pa
per hanging department, mid n work
iruilod tohlm, or for which ho may con
trui'i, will be duly acknowledged by them
Hid will bo oxfculid with neatness and
di'iuteh. fil-iii writing, plain and fancy
painting, paper bunging and decorations,
oal.omlnlnir, graining, glaring, etc., done
ut reuiionublo term. 3-0 if.
TIIH OAIUO iJAlLV
P w. ! t n ' :iicrt .'Iniiii lite city.
Col. lV.ilioJy, uf lha Cairo & Vincunnii
rtllroid U In i (if c ty.
V. B. Alliilght, Kq., of Murphyiboro
wu III the city yuFlurdHy.
TOII.IL'CO fALES TO'UAY.
It ImnM not bo forgoituii thnt tliurg
ill bo tt n-gtilar aaio ol to'iucco nt the
ItullarJ lobitcco waruhouso to-day. Let
tlicro bo a full board of buyer.
Tbo PresbyteriHn social lo will bo held
till (Friduy) vvcnlng, tit tliu panonngc, on
Elgbth ctreot betwoon Wmlilntoii hvoiiuo
and Wulnut ilroct. The public iiro cordl-
Uly Invited to attend.
There wh n large and highly intelli
gent audienco in attendance at the attic-
ileum Inst night to greet Hon. Iienj. F,
rnylnrj and if wo nmyjude by the ox-
presslons of those who heard him, wo rr.ay
mfoly any, ho gave more general atls fac
tion, and lilt uddre's wai pronounced ono
of tho grcati't literary treats our cltlicni
havoevor had tho pleaiur of listening to.
In order to make mom for hit now
itock ot Spring and Summer good", Mr. J.
Burger, will dlt-XHe of tho Hock hu now
hat on hand at tho lowest poislble figures.
Mr. llurger l now in Now York buying
a full stock of now good, which hr) pro-
poici to sell at tho loweil poiiiblo living
If any laJy or gentleman w.ints to bo
nimlu nappy, una Kept in a jingling goon
humor all tho time, let that lady or gen
tleman go at onco to lluder llrothen and
pitichuto one of iho charming little belh
lust received by them, maJo from thu
metal of the bell of the Chicago court
house, destroyed by tiro in tho great con
deration. Tho belli are beautifully
inude, gold plated, and are handsumo and
uniquo charms for watch chain, etc.
Tho "City Shoo Storo" corner of
Eighth itieel and Commercial avenue,
will next Siturduy receive ono of the lar
gest and flneat auorted stocks of the cele
brated Brolaakl boots, shoe', gaileri, etc.,
over brought to Cairo. The stock was se
lected with n vlow to supplying our pooplo
with the best and most seasonable articles
of tho kind to bo found in the market. 6t
From late dispatchi-a we learn that Mr.
John II. liarton, editor of the Carbondale
'New Era,' has received the appointment
of postmaster at Carbondale, vice Hanil
ton, resigned. So long us federal offices
must bo held by radical, we would much
rather ico men like Burton hold them than
many others wo niltrlit mention. Barton
has labored long and faithfully in tho rad
ical harness, and deserves well of his
parly. Wo believe ho will endeavor to
diichargo tho duties of hi new position
faithfully and efficiently.
ytnw onoriKHv arnn.
A. Loven has opmci 11 grocery atom in
iho home on tho corner of Fourteenth und
Walnut streets, where ho proposes to
keep u general ussorl-nunt of family gro
ceries, provitions, choice bu'.tor, egg, eto ,
und ho protnito lo Bell his good on n
reasonable terms us can bo obtained at
any other oUublishmont of the kind in tho
city. Ciivohnnace.il. febil-dlm.
Mr. Martin Smyth, brothor of Barnard
and Robei t, of tho firm of It. Smyth & Co.
died suddenly, in this city, on Wednesday
night atabout 12 o'clock. Wo understand
Mr. Smyth 0 was takon sick on Saturday
Inst, but that his condition was not consid
ered dangerous until tho day before ho
died. Evorythlng. that hi frionds could
do for him was done, but all to no purpose,
for his disease had passod beyond the aid
of human assistance. Ho hud been in this
country about four months, and it was his
intention to (tart on his return homo in a
short lime. In his doath his relatives and
friends have lost a whole-souled and gen-
erou friend, and tbo church to which ho
belonged one of its most devoted and ar
KEEP IT P.EYORE THE PEOPLE."
Under this caption, ' an up-country
papor say that It should be romembored
that tho recent city olection in Cairn
is abundant proof of tho fact that it is
not good to curry party politics into mun.
icipai mutters, and ttrgei it upon tho peo
plo of tho burg wh"ni tho piper abovo
referred lo is published, to eschew politic
and e'ect a mixed ticket. Now thi ! all
right, and wo hopo the elector of that
burg will take thu advice of the editor.
All this, however, is foreign to what wo
intended to say when wo commonccd this
item. When we staried out it wa our
object to say thutStrutton & Bird, C7 Oh o
levee, havo now on nand tho largest ond
most compluto stuck of groeono. provis
lunk, canned and green fruits, etc., ever
brought to Caru, wliieh they will sell at
wholesale or retail, Thoir stock Is com
pleto in every brunch, and thoy offer pur
chasers Inducements never before offered
in thi city.
ILLINOIB AS A TOBACCO OROWISO STATE.
It tuts long hetin a question that would
ud mil of argument on both sides,
wh-ther tobacco could bo produced in Il
linois and made profitable or not. This
queitinn has now boon settled bivond a
doubt by the tistab Lhinent in our midst
01 a market for tho sain of loaf tobacco
A n exp,,imo,lt lt wa4 ,ril!(, lw ,.ar,
ntro' Ii .H.........I 1 . , .
n wu ,,y without fear
""" "iallln.ru is no murktt
on iho continent or America, that ba
grown int., favorable ,.otleu ,nore r ia,
than 0'ir own.
Three hundred of boghead, tobacco
wrre shipped from thi market, lust
year, direct to Europ.., u )ur
portion of which was ruWed in Illinois;
advices camu back that h more highly id
Lfuetory shlpmoiit was never placed upon
Iho Eurnpean mtrket, und accompanyi g
these advice is un order to the agent in
New York to purchasu from 6X1 to 1,500
hhds. Ballard ware-house tobacco. Tho
improvement In handling tobacco is very
HI I.LliTIN, F11IUAY, MARCH 15, 1872,
apparunl, the planter is taking innr pHlns
ih.n ever, and our lobacci.oi will soon
rank with the best.
r.i-lay at h t'f v' ten u.tn, lb" '!;"
lur mlis tuko pi i ho ilullurd ware
house. ROnilERY AT V.LI.A llltldE.
On Tut-day nliflit tl' sturos of Mr. Hoop
pawulid Air. Titu. V Villa lil Ijse, welo
burglarized and cot.-nlerjibio money and
other valuables stolen. On c:it-srlng Mr.
Hooppaw's sloie, a clerk, who was asleep
in the storo, wm caught and
after being severely beaton, was
tied hand and foot. Thd thievci then ran
sacked tho store. They broko open tho
safo, from which they took between two
and threo hundred dollar. They then
went to Mr. Titus', where they pried open
tho door with a chisul, or some tlmllar in
strument. After securing everything that
they could handily carry from tho store,
they ascended to tho upper part of tho
uuildlng, whero Mr. litus' family
resides. They entered tho bed
room where Mr. T. and his wife
wore sleeping, and enrried his pants out of
tho room. It is reported that Mr. Titus
was awako while they weru in his room,
but seeing threo of them in the loom at
one time, and all well armed, f-lt that Im
would only bo placing hit life in jeopardy
by attempting to arrest or grapple with
them. Iho thieve.) also made an attempt
to enter Mr. Timothy Coyle's residenco)
but wcro frightened away by n viciou
dog which Mr. Coyte keeps about hi4 prem-
icies. Every cHorl is balng made to cap
ture tho burglars, but up to lat night they
were still at largo and no trace of them
could be found.
POLICE M ATT K US-
Ilefere F. Uro... V. 51. j
Frank Jenkins, for driving over tho
idcwalk wa arrcsto 1, and fined one dol-
lar and costs. Paid.
A youn)? girl with a comely face, and
neatly dres el, sailing under the naino of
Mollie Moonc,wa up on u charge of being
an inmite ot u house or in-tsmi. alio
plead guilty, and a fino of ten dollars und
costs wa usselied Hguiust her. She give
security for the fino und costs and wu dis
charged from custody.
John Dowries, a knight of tho shovel
and wheel-barrow came to town on "Wed
cnesduy lo purchase a pair of boots. But
on his way down town, he "dropped into'
un"up-town" stloon,"iut to tuke u nip."
He lingered too long, look loo many nips
and got drunk. Ho lost his hut, nnd
coat und to m ike the matter more bend
ing, col into the csl.ibooso. lie uus
charged tho small sum of two dollurs und
the trimmings, not for being drunk, but
for loosing hi hat und coat. He promised
to pay on the fifteenth of next m mil), aud
was permitted to return to hi work.
John Corcoran, a vender ot peanuts
and sassafras bark, was arrested on a
charge of fighting, and brought into court.
He felt that hi urr-st was an insult to the
noble house of winch ho claims to lea
do-cendant. Ho was born of noble
,)iirmit-ir. and wished to inhibit to thu
court a coat 01 arms that would ut once
oslabli-h his claim of Miiicriorilv over
men of or. Inary birth. Ho pr duced
a leather meddle, upon tho one sido
of which wu a saw-buck und a
wood-saw, and on tho other 11 petnut stund,
behind whicn tho fuc-similo of .Mr. Cor
coran was plainly visible. .Mr. Corcoran
concluded hi defence by giving tho po
liceman who made the urrcst some advice
reminding in in that when ho made tin
otr.er arrest ho thotild seo to it that he
pounced upon some ono of 11 vulgar birth
as hi own, not u man born of noble p ir
on ago. The court could stand no mure,
and Mr. Corcoran was discharged.
AN IMPORTANT MATTER.
CHANGING. WATER COURSES 0ME PLANS
OF THE C. A. V. R. It. ENOINKKK!.
Tho following urticlu is from tho Mound
City 'Journal.' It will bo found Interest
Air. Charles Thrupp, chiof engineer
of tho lower section ot tho CuiroA'Vin
connes railroad, proposes to make sumo
alterations in tho watercourse emptying
into thu Onio in thi immediate vicinity.
He first contemplates rcmovit.g the out
let of the Cache river. Thoso acquuint
d with tho geography of tho stream
know that u short ill.tanco ubove it
mouth there is an acute bond in il which
extend down within 11 short distance ot
tho bed of tho railroad, Mr.
Thrupp purpose cuttlug a channel
through there Hit 1 tho O ii"i ami stopping
up the old channel. The ihjo.'t maii.ly is
to get u good foundation for u bridge.
Being 11 nuvigujlu stream by law, we
question the authority of a corp'orution to
cliiuue thu couro of tint river without
purmlrslou by loMutlve enactment. If
lui;ul, the question us to the advisability
of such 11 ch mire nri-e.4. Wu iMnn.it see
t lut it would tilled the interests of tlieciiv
materially, unless it sh iunl urod ice So tie
unfavorable chung.i in tnc channel of tho
Ohio. A frcrh cut made for the canal
through such ami us lie below Cache
would wusli greatly, and tj what oxteni
the experiment could only reveal. An
artificial channel w.she out much more
than 11 n tural one, aud in this cuss pir-
hap Cairo m.gut be caused soiuo incon
venience. Trinity slouch 1 to bo d immed and a new
channel cut for it a considerable distance
ahovu tho mouth, running into GVhe.
This wo belluvo will bo u good improve
ment, us il will remit in redeeming somo
good land, will tend tt mike the lower
portion of this city nmro health, and will
savu much expenditure for tho county on
Thu big diicb Just abovo tho upper leveu
of this city is to be 11. led up wneru the
railroad erodes and the water that natural
ly runs into It drained oil' into H-iss bayou,
livaditch runnlni! along t'10 east ciu- of
by d.ton runnlnit
Meridian road. Wo
j t0 t,U plan, iuasmue!
1 cull seo no objection
h Ui It Will ntl'nnl lu.l.
ter drainage for lunil in the vltinliy of tho
improvement, uioi lor me Jieriuian roul
Heiss bayou is ve crooked, and as it
now Is will mak three mi. road bridges
necessary. .Mr. Tluupp proposes to obvi
uio two of them by di.'ging 11 canal acrs
un upper bond, thus greatly shortening iho
bayou and throwing it-general course fur
ther buck from thu rivur. Mr. TlwuppV
jdan. show good ideas of onuincerln,' and
. .1". '""In would prohubly bo acceptable
choice Pat n a rlco for
Stkation & Bird.
PuulO.Bchuu sells Rattinger-i modi-
OlTOXKNIb OF Til K NKW
PiUlANCK LAW IN
MEETING AT Til E OLD DKLMON.
ICO SALMON ON WEDNES
UESOLL'IIONS, SPBKOHKS, ETC.
A largo number of the opponents of the
new tempera I U'U law assembled at thu old
Dolmomco saloon on Wednesday uvunliii;
for the purpose of oxprjitliig their vicw
oil thu eubluet, mid 1 1 appoint delegates to
goto Sjiringtleld a ml cii-o(ier iio with the
duh gate from other p irtinus of tin; muic,
in endeavoring to secure the repeal ol the,
lolhein, odious liquor law.
The meeting win callol to order by
Mr. Juek Winter, who aluted tho object of
tho i;atlierin6- in a brief -p.voh.
Mr. Wllllain Scliultor was chosin chair
man; Mr. F. M. Stocklljth, secret iry, and
Stephen Schwiinliz, trearurer.
After tin) completion of tho organiza
tion, D. T. Ltnegar, E-q., w culled Upon
to address the meeting. Mr. Llncar res
ponded in a few remark appropriate, to
tho oceasion. Mr. Jack Winter, alo ud-
dressed the meeting.
At tho conclusion of Mr. Winter's
speech, a series of resolutions, condemning
the uctlon of tho legisluture in reference to
the new tcmpiruncelaw, and calling upon
the opponent of tho luw to contribute
funds toward defraying the oxpuiisu of
the delegates to bo jeiu lo Springfield for
the purpo4o of endeavoring to secure it
i repeal, were udop'.'-d.
I 1). T. .Llnegar, Eq , und Mr. Jack
Winter were ehoten delegito, nnd signi
fied their wlllingnesi to do nil In
lneir ,,oWcr w urva the objects ol the
M..irs. Sohuttcr.Stockfl -th and Sohwan-
it were ppoinioJ u comm tteo to solicit
subscription of 111 sn-sy tidifnythe ex
penses of the delegates, and for other pur
poses. After tho uppointiunt of tho abovo
mentioned committee, tho meeting ad
journed. SELECT COUNCIL,
REGULAR MEETINO OF TUB SELECT COUN
CIL. Ciuncll Chamber, 1
' alro.IH , aitb 13, bM.
Present Ills honor Mayor Latuden
und Councllmen Hurd, Schuh, Wood and
On motion ofCouncllmnn Schuh tbo
reading of the journal was dispened with.
Tho following bills liavi'ig been allowed
by the board of aldermen were presented
J. T. R-nnic'ioltsnnd wrench... $10 00
T. B. Farrin, GOOi leet lumber... 103 03
Jo. Ii. Taylor, amount paid J. 11.
Obirly & Co, f .r publishing de
linquent tax lil, 1871 OC 73
T. B. Farrin, 5701 itvi ouk lu.nber
(a,tU 02 01
31. J. IlowleV, for ballot box,
I 1s " J t " ee tsst.
Timothy cvjllivanriiauling drunk
en Ulan lo j lil
Morris, U .ud & Co. 11,614 ft. id
Tho. Fltz,rald, a: days' uilnr
on siiluwalus III February
Petor Coulan, V!l duy' lub"..r ui
sidewalks in February
M. Mahoney, 2IJ(luy lab r on
ewcr in Februnry
Win. Mcllai.', 20 iluyV labor on
Baptiito HoUleili, hiuliog 2 cars
lumber to city yard fr.-tii
Tiioma .Meelniii.haU.iiig oruokeii
man to Jul
Til"'. Miuhuti, llalllibg 3 cur.
lumber .5, and 40druy b. ds
ut .'0 cunts .'
E. A. Burnett, Fehiuary mlaiy us
I'Hik, k-ys, etc 1 80
0 00 j
A. (Jain, February salaiy u' mar-
Jot. B. Tuylor, Februurv -Hlarv
us treasurer 100 00
M. .1. Howlev, February salurv as
clerk I.... 100 00
L. U. Miiyers, February salary
a chief of police .. .", 83 33
John Shechan, C, Muhr.er, W. 11.
ry T. Mlrftln'nd -HK. Bil-
lingsly, pnin,H,i'0'iu'.iiiileT'" Feb
John .M. Lmi.Uen, 4.hqoaner s
salary nsMyor, o .March Oth,
B, Shannes-y. 'Hr M., salary for
months of January and Febru
ry .1 no. McNuity, hauling drunken
man to jail
C. K. Wftalward. harUwaPi
C. R. Woodward, 50J It.hoio with
coupling', for the Rough und
R-iidv tire company
O. R. Woodward, 2o0 ft. l:oe,
with coupling and or.n 20 ft.
B'iciioi. for Hibernian Fire Co.
Win. Module, dieting pri-oiiers
for month of February, 3n8
Jno. H. Oheily & Co., publishing
council proceedings for Febru
ary and printing small pox
Hibernian First Co., expense for
i months, ending Ucc. 31, 1871
Councilman Wood moved to concur in
thu thu uctlon of tho boud of aldermen
and allow the bills. Cirricd by the fol
lowing vote: Ayes Hurd, Schuh, und
Wood-3. Nay 0. Councllmun Wood
wurd not voting.
Councilman Wood in ivcd lo allow tho
bills of tbe judges and clerk of flection
for the first ward in full and refer back to
tho board of aldermen. Carried us fol
lows: Ayes Schuh, Wood und Wood
ward 3 Nay Hurd I .
Councilman S thtih moved to allow tbo
bills ot tho judg-s and clerk of olection
for tho lecond ward, in full and refer buck
to tho board cf eldermen. Carried as fo.
lows: Ayes hchuh, Wood und Wood
ward 3. Nay Hurd 1.
Tho bill oltho judg'suinl clerks of
election ;or the thlnl end fourth wurd
huvlng been ulloived by the board of uldor
men worn presented for eonciirienco.
Councilman S.dmh moved toe incur in
tbo action of said bo iru. Carried us fol
lows S Aycs-lturd, Schuh, Wood and
Woodward I Nuy 0,
Upon Its first reading: An orJInunuo
providing for the imposition of line upon
ubK-nt and tnrdy members of tho council
und either board.
Councilman Woodward movd to tablo.
CHirledbytho following vote! Ayes
a.'lnih. WomIhiicI Woodwarl-3. Ny
On motion of Councilman AVood, ad
J aimed. M. J. IIowi.ky, City Clerk.
Omk car load, 3U0 box, ch'impnlgn
liundryioap, tho host In tho maikel, for
sulu cheap. Stkation & Mill).
II. LEVY A CO. PAY THE III(11IK!T MARKET
I'll I U EN.
Below will ho found tho corrected list
of prices paid by H. Lnvy & Co., for
hides, furs, fratheri, wool, tellow, bi-uv
wix, und u'l kinds of country proliice.
L -vy & Co. do a very largo tradu in their
hiii'. and it is a well known (act that they
nlway pay the highest prices to bo ob
tained In this market, '.hey are now
p tying for
Mink S2 00 a 2 26
iloil'O Cat 10 a 15
Mu-k Kit 15
Otter 5 00 a 7 00
Bear Skin 'i OUuK 00
Heaver, per pound
HIDES, PER POUND
CO a To
7 n .174
Beef Hides. Dry Salt
" " Orecn Salt
Tallow, p.ir pound
Feathers, " "
Wool, " "
Beeswax " "
(10 a 70
M a 28
The abovo price list i suhjeet to correc
Wo havo jutt received a large slock of
new imported Urover A: Biker's sewii g
muchli-ei. Thi'V stitch alike on both sides.
1 Wo wl" c" fninlly nml manufacturing
', '""diln.-s, with the privilego of puying by
I m ,nllll.v In'tallments, giving tho purchas-
ersi:noico uetwicn loeK-uiicn unu sirover
. . . , i . ...... ., ..
& Baker' elastic stitch. Remember we
learn you to run nil muchines bought of
I a. Wo ulo keep on hand sewing ma
chine Attachment", needles, silk, but
sperm oil in bottls, or you run bring your
own bottle and have it tilled.
In addition to our sewing machine de
partment, wn do machine embroidery,
dres and cloak making, stamping for
either braiding or embroidery, nnd all
done with block stamps. All orders from
city or country will receive our p-ompt
attention. All persons wishing anything
in our lino uro respectfully requested to
givo ut a cull and too samples of work,
)6'J Washington avenue, between Eleventh
und Twelfth streets. PostolHce Ikjx 228.
3 13 lm. H. F. Gooimar.
THE WORLD'S FAIR FOR 11170.
Hold daily In every city mansion and
cottage, nnd ut the cheerful fireside of ihe
furmer's homo uwurdeJ to the Singer
Sewing Machine tho following prize.
Sowing Machine sales for 1870:
Thu Slnuer Manufacturing C -. 127,833
Whei'lerund Wil-oii Manufactur
ing O. 83,208
II. .w Machine. Co 75,150
(Jrover it Baker Sowing Machinu
Weed Sewing Machine Co 35,002
Wilcox OibbsSwiiu Machine
Co : 2?.b00
Florence Swing Midline Co 17,000
American Button Hole Sewing
.M'ldilneC 1 1,573
Tbo above is fro n J .ri statement.
fILK AND LINEN TllltEtD.
Wlneli wi'l joi-Hiv, i p . ;i 1 of lea I,
Willi a,,,rinkl rg ol threa.l,
Wliieh jriuan break w th yunr tao Utile fingrs
Or i puind i f Ihr.d
Whu Ii Is il'Oirx-l wllh lead,
l ha can al .ss be faun . at theHinger'a
agency, ingr .Maiiufac'.tiring Co., at Mrs.
Ellis' millinery store.
Dead or Dyino Where the hair Is
unnaturally dry, you may be suro that It
is dying; nnd unless nrtificiully vitalized,
il will soon bo as dead as leave in No
vember. Feed tho withering fibers und
stimulate tbo torpid sculp with Lyn's
Katbuiron, and the evil, which must other
wise soon culminate in baldrics', will be
speedily remedid. It is absolutely neces
sury for tho health of tho brain, that it bo
kept moderately moist with a preparation
capable of nourishing nnd iuvigoruting it
Lyon's Kathulmn fulfills theso conditions,
and 1 tho only article that actu illy put
new life into the capillary tubs, through
which tho natural nourishment bas ceased
to pnss. This puro and harmless vegetable
preparation is absorbed by tho s-kln of tho
bead to tho root uf iho hair, and pnsres
inlo the filament by the forco of capillary
Batciiklor'.h H.mr Dye. This suporb
hair dyo is the best in tint wor'd porfee ly
harmless, reliable nnd instantaneous. No
disappointment. Tho genuine Vv A.
Buichelor's Hair Dyo produces imniedi-
ately it splendid natural bluck or brown.
Does not slain the skin, but leave the
hair clean, toft und beautiful. Tho only
mfe und potfict dyo. Sold by all drug,
gists. Factory, 10 Bond St., n! Y.
BURNETT & CO.
1II0HE8T CASH PRICK PAID FOR HIDE
Messrs. Burnett & Cii.,Tlinrnton' block,
Tenth street, are prepared to pay tho high
est cash price for article in their line, as
Prime Mink $1.75 to 2.25
" Raccoon COo to Gilt
" Musk Rat 10 to IC
" Wild Cat 40 to 5L
" Opossum lo to 12
" Ottor 5.00 to O.oi.
" Denver Skins COO to 7.0u
Green Salt, 0 to 10c
Green Silt, kip and calf. 12 to He
Deer Skins 25 to 30c
For other urtlcluH, such as rags, feath
ers, boos wax, wool und tallow, we svll I day
tho highest market prices.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block. Tunth streut., Cairo, HI-
Makriaok OuiDK.-lnterostlng w,,rk
numerous ongruvlngs, 224 lri
CO cents, Address Dr. Butt's Dispensary.
No, 12 North Eighth Street, 6t. Louis, Sto.
NOTICE 01' REMOVAL.
Hiivlni- removed my boot and shoo shop
to tho north sido of Eighth atrcot, between
Commercial itveniio and Ohio lovco, oppo
site my old itund, I Invito all my cus
tomers to toll on mo in my now qunrlors,
whero I shall keep on hand and manufac
ture nil kinds of cistom-madii boots and
shoe, nnd guarantee In tho future, as I
Iiav.i doni) in thy pat, to give good wurk,
good sloek, good fits and perfect saltifac
Urn. Phillip IIaloii.
T. B. Eills,.proprlto', cornoi-7th street
ami Cniiiiitereiiil avenue. 0 sir i. I. is.. I
prepared to acc itnmod itu tho public with
hoard by the day, week or mouth, at lower
rate than any other Urst-cluss houie In
the city. Thu rooms iiro alt well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for tho in'comrnodatlon of Commercial
agents. Thu hoUto is located in tho cen
ter ot tho butinin part of tbo city within
one square of tho post office. 4-9-tf
lALU'ORNIA C FRUIT.
Just received at Bristol A Stll well's
canned Ilarlett Pears,Aprlcots,Hnd Muscat
Graifi. Alio a full assorttscnt of best
brand of other canned goods. No. 32
I Eight street. 3-4-tf.
As A Remedy. Fit Bronchial affec
tions and Chronic dlseass of the lu:)t,
nothing over bef. ro discovered equals Dr.
Pierco's Gulden Medical Discovery. 604.
Mrs, WiiiTECoMu'a hyrl'p. Thli arti
cle U good for all dicaes incident to the
period of teething In children and Is sold
I for 25 cents a bottlo 13-diwl w
For Sale. A cottage on I2tb street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
house complete. Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
Go to No. 32 Eighth street, and get
some of tho novel and uxcellont Java
Imperial Ten, und try it. 3-4tf.
IMPORTED M itagt grapes at Jorgcn
son's, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. U
For the best St. Loul lager In tbe
city, go to Blankcnburg's Excelsior sa
Fresh St. Louis lager beerjust received
at the Ei'c1lor saloon. F. Blankenburg,
Go to Dr. McOauiey for Rattlnger's Fe
ver Drop. Warranted to cure tbe chills.
Java Imperial Tea at Bristol A Stll
C lly .Unllonnl Battle nnlldlsssr.
Hpclal attention paid toor.l.ra Irom sleam
at. nUhl or dv.-i.
THE CITY NATIONAL
; a i it i i.i. i .v i f.
W. I. iIAI.liIPAY, Presld.n
II K.Mtr L. HALLIDAV, Vice Pr eat;
A. H. -AFFORD, Cashier i
WALTKR UYHI.OP. Aolttant Cashier.
taats Ttitoa, nottar II. CvaaiasuAU,
Hi. at I., lui.iiesr, W. P. HaliiiiaV,
siu. 11. WiitiAUH,, Mlrata Uiab
A. B. 8iroao.
KarttRnis. Cola anst Called tales
(load Honghl aasl Moist.
DF.MiITS received, aod a (saeral baaklng
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HURD, President;
II11IIEKT W. MILLER, Vics-Presadeat
C. N. UlifillErf, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
I.lXCIIA."OK, coin, bank notes and Umled
U states aeciiritlea bouaht aod aold.
Isilerr-sl 4 1 lowed tin Time Dssnswlle.
Chartered Marels SI, 1869.
ClfY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAFFORI), President
H I. TAYMlK, Vice-President!
W. II Ydl.Ul', Secretary aud Treasurer.
W. I', Uau.is.at,
K. M. HrocarLiTn.
j. M. Pamir.
tk.sssaniiaol assy ArnonnSKereisredirosa
... r feu teals uiHarti.
s NTKKK'T raid on deposits at the rale ot i
1 ..ireeut. aeraunillli, Mareh latand riept-m
wr 1st. imere-t linl Mrilhdrawn la raided In. me
dlately 10 IIP pniiuip.l of lha deposits, theirhy
tfiviiiK lliem coiiipouiid Interest
UAKKlin WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
SO TUAT NO 0NS UI I'Ak USAW IT.
Open rve.y business dsy from u a,m. lo S p.m
and ttatiir.lay eveinnx lor HA VIM DEPOSITS
enl. Irom sJlol o'clock. lusim
Wt W, UY3L0I', Tranur.