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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, ArRIL 11, 1872.
TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
TAKK NOTIGK.
TIMI TAM.IS 07 Tit K ILLINOIS CENTUAL R. n.
On and after """.Uf. r Ulh.Wl, the follow
njt nrne-taU mil Roffrn Iho amtal and depal
unof KMixMl!mlClroi
Cvnr(M,ii - ig"::
fciiieM,illly . "i
jfrtn-Juii.'Miiy..... 3:,J N"
m.... i.w p.m.
Cairo and l. Louis Chorl Lire.
ArntCtn i MtiiHMiMi 3;lti p.trw
Dep.ri ua.in.
Noehsnceofsars from Cairo lo Hl- I.ool). No
dhanjra o'eaf from Cnlru to Chicago, Klepant
rtntric Room sleeping cars on niRM trains.
Kj; checked to Ml important Nolnla.
St. Louis Advertisements.
M't'OKMICK I.YON. Ag'tn.
BEAUTIFUL
ZDIRTST IDOOIDS
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
HTRAM TC.
CACHE
Will truth Ihroo trlpt dally.
tIAYIXfl CAIIO I tlTIN Mol KO C1T
At 7..... n.ro. At t'.no n.m
At 11 ....n.m. i At 1:30 p m
At 4 30 ...p.m. At fl p.in
Far Man xar. M eentu 111 ticket for 12 JO.
Will Um , whun haded, at any Rood inlet indiie
ruing. or paaseueror irnirfm. novum.
OATlw'AN'D'l'AD'uOAii
MAIL IIOAT.
The splendid steamer
JAS. PISK,
Jan Fowler, MnMcr.
am Otlro 'Hlt.V. (4inliy except I) l
m. Kir IreUlilor piw npnli o-itnanlor
Jn3tf .IAS MALLlMtV, Aij't.
IMIVN1CIA.MV
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEW STYLES
Ni:w Stork
DR. .1. C. SULLIVAN,
"VFFICE Orer M. J. McOnile.i'a driiif -lore,
J ner corner Conineivhii nttnue mm i.ikii'
tecnth slreel.
:i.aiir
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. I).
RESIDB.VUv No. SI Thirteenth streit, be.
twrea Wnshington ascnuennd Wnlnut strett,
umc U Ooniiiiprf i ll nrpiuip, up stair.
0. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
RKS(DKNCn-eornrNiulh mid Wnlnut st.
J.ti-o o tier -tlx tli street iin I Hhin Ipvpp,
Oiltee hour from 0 n.m. to 12 m., and p.m
II. WARDNER, M. 1).
RESIDENCE Corner MneUenlh street ninl
vthluton opiiup, iiput court hoii.n. of
fice orcr inn fiostotflce. ():li-o hours lu to 12
n.m. and 2 to 4 u.in. J.niutr.
K. S. BlUUIIAM, M. I).,
HOMEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, 1311 t'oiiiturrvlrtl Arime,
CAItlO, ILLINOIS
EppcU1 ntlpntlon pa d to the treatment of all
Chroulu Ilm e-, 4-Iultn.
l.AWYLIlS.
MANN & LTBBY,
No. -121
North Fourth St root,
St. Loins.
SELLING
ALLEN, M.ULKEY Si VH EELKIl
ATTORNEYS
COCJNSRL0RS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, )
John ILMullipy, V CA1II0, 1M.1NOIH.
Bumuel I'.WIiHtU'r.j t ,
BVPurliculnr attention p.ilil lu river null ad
miralty bufinpM,
OFFICn Orcr KlrntXatlonnl lUnk, Ohio I.ovee.
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTOIJNEV&
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
LOW PRICES!
Our Goods
FRESH AND NEW
U'lllhni II. Green,
U'illii.m 11 (hlhrrt
.Mile. I'.nilbert
en. '
!All!0, Jl.l.liVOIH.
o-Specin. attontion Riven to Almi(lly uu.l
EtenmbuHt biMlncn.
orncE oiiio lkvkk, iioosih 7 ami 8 ovur
CITV NATIONAL HANK.
IM.MIUKAXT TIC'KUTN
IM.M IGIIANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, 1 !rSMe 1 1'OR SALE,
I I cr Snlel
TOR SALE.J rSjSSSlFOH SALE.
Faro from Liveupool,
FHre from Lo.vdcnukiiky
Fnro from Olasuow,
FHro from Qukunstowx
10 CAIRO, ;::::::: $ I 8 '2 (I
dotlorrt, Morrn Ci
KPiim.
I N.M AN LINE
.nerpool .Ncw.yik" and Plillndrlpl.U
Steamship Company,
ttl roXTkACT WITH VXITEII TAtM AKIl miti.ii
O0Vr.HNMtNT
For Carrymi! Hip MnlU.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
on rcuintu iKroKMAiiov
APPLY TO JOUN G. DALE, A or.
16 Uroadwiiy, New.Yorlc, nrlo
II. 11 on pt.
WhliiRton Avenue, Cmr". nnu. 51
tlur I'rliTUKi Ion I
WE SELL
Only First -Class
IDiRSr GrCXDJDfS
MANN & LIB1VY,
No. 'IL1
North Fourth Street,
Sr. Loui.
i.uioitTANr nith:i:h.
noti'ce'
My wife liailni; deprtpd mr lied end Im.ird, I
will d no loDuvr rp, unii.ililt. lor ur.v dthtM cnn.
tructedby l.t-r, Ana 1 iirrrby wain all rum
ftRitinrs cividk iter I'reuu vi niy n -count lor ami
thing. Apr.l t1, U'.' Miiili'L MiCakiiii
BERKSI1IRES. RERKS1IIRES.
I AM nitnKIl.NOndhnrcforale figi f tti,
belt br I of Hoe. ui IXi h imr. not h kin. .No
nifH chaispforroop or fed l.r Him trip. Or lir
PAi CIIPU V) A.. 1 lUll.Uli, QI, j.omii, .IJU.
A-C-lnu
1VVI 'CltTliG Pl'I;Kpo! l'r(.feor
l 11 llJlVUIllJ.linil" .H'KIC UompolllKl
will luriv lliu urd t'i irrnu' thiuK Hml heavy on
ir.e mooinc-fi mee iwi'iioui injur)) In 'i it i
or rnnnev refnn rd ; 25 rent a .ail.:ic, intjmld
ui o iwr nut l-i-iiii.
KUGAK JONDi A CO., A.lilan.l, 5ln-.
Mt.Mlt.
A VOID QUACKS
A victim of early in!ierliot), rsiiHiDnenous
Qciiiiiiy, freniauirc iiecu), etc., iiavinc I ri til In
Tin cvrry fovniiMn i mihij, jm (iifiwd n
almple nitaiiA vt .i lf-cuic, vhlch hp t ill ent
frfPto lilt ftllow-mfleierA. j. II. Hk tf..S'o. it
NajiMliAlrepl. Nn Xt. CKllrtv
STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING,
CAIRO & VINOENNES R, R, CO,
Jh kiiDUtl meeting of fitoeklioMcrA u Cairo
Vlnctnb railroad will bo livid at tno oftlca of
tr.peinpaa), id Cairo, llllnom, oh Tuenday, ihr
MdnyotApiil, for the purpnafl of t-lectlnK 1I -rtort
for the tnaulnic tear, and fir jjy other
ba.ir.... proptrto con.p beforp audi mptlnK.
tnin. A K. BiHtNdlOK I'refl.lent.
Dilati arc DASfiBitoL'x. SJothcn ah
you lcro ,our,.ff.prin.aon t f., to uo
u,L WW,f?,U,' ,BJ'UP f"r Moihlng
cbllchren. Reai t). adverturn.mt In
Botbtf column. -&.4iwiv,-
Wr 1nvi'i;r '
LADIES
'.'ill and Exaniino
GOODS AND PRICES.
.St.vn riiii.SAMi'i.K
I' '
Willi lrlr'.
MANN & LI15J1Y,
No. -lil
North l-'ourth St root,
St, Louis.
HANK-
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN
RUPTCV.
A iiolcnep nf K. K. Hall A C.l. Iiinkmni. t
will cirer at public miction nt Iho court houe
iloni- in Iho elty of Calm, Ililnom, on WeilneKdar,
tlm rt ilay ol May, A. I. 187, eo-niiienciiia ia
ten o'cloelt, n. m,, rtio follonlng iloorlbed prop,
erty, lo-nlti 1 1
l.ol immlicred llurly.aeven (.17.) thl ly.rlht
, thirty. Ino l.i nnn forty fl'J.i In M ek i.uiii.
liered aixt.suvpi Pji, In tlin city nf C'.ilro, with
improvements Ihercnn, conistln of foiirtenn.
menl limiACN Ae, I'rrtn". olio third cali,ritid
Imlnnen In aix(u or tt live 12J montlii nith lien
iiml aecurlly.
srKt'HRN K..luNl'.o,
intnf B. K. HALL A CO
(IreeiiAdllbrrl atiurne!. I ll-'.HUl.
A reuiil.ir toiniiiunieaiin of liflln
Lodge So. M. I . A A. M. II !
lirM in Mnamlu hull I hi.. Thurnditv pvm
ninir, April Dili, Ml, for work In K. A.
hihI K. C. ilei!rep. Vi'lion cordially
Invited. Hy or cr of W. M.
JAM V, A. 1M1II.LH, Seo'y,
THE BULLETIN.
Piibllciilion Olllro, Ilulli'llii llullillnir,
ViiIiIiii;Ioii Avemie,
4-IldU
CAIRO JJEWS.
Ilnre-fooleil loy uro to lioemi mi tlio
'trent iiow-n.iliij',
-Hon. II. Wnt'on WoMi lnn pitrcliafed
it lino Iiomo nml lmgi;y.
Tlic first Mill of liiioii inifllo iti ni
poun.iicc In uilili(! yotcrilny.
Tliuro wcio ."ovcntt'Cii tuiinilio.it
liinilcil nt our whurf yoterilay.
Thoro n ro but four iirixuii-rs In tlio
I'ity jiiil. Dull tltnoi in police circle.
Tlio Ohio river nn tun iti llirce iui'1 n
half feet ypjlcnliiy. 'l'lio .MWi'ippi nlo
rlflng.
Tlio pencil tree Imvo nt Inst conclu
ded to I'lnn-oni. .Miuiy troe tiro now in
full lilootn.
Circuit court will cmnnienco this
inornin nt niuu o'clock, .Iinlpi linker
prcsiiliiif,'.
Tlio Rtfiiunnr Robt. E. l.oe, uindo her
nppciirittico nt our whurf ycttordiiy for tlio
llrsl tituo in loti; llmo,
A nice lino ol Dolly Vnidcn print?,
pcrrnles mid luwns jut rcoeivud nt
Sluurl A- Glioljor.'g. 4.8-i'ttl
Tlio picnic lo bo given by tlio Oor
niiin Lutlieriin fcliool, will be held nt the
Klorn Burden, Mny llrt. l-U-tf
John Clancy hai on exhibition nt his
grocery store n pair of beautiful Guinea
pi just imported from Ireland.
Elder Flowora will preach in the.
Christian chureli every evening this
woe.k. The public are eoui'teouly invited
la attend.
Miii'Minl Cain 1m placed a pumll-po.Y
iiotlco on tlio largo two story frame
building on Thirteenth street, between
Commercial avenito and Poplar street.
A young man by tlio namo of Man
nan was llnvd by Squire Sliniinosy yester
day 10 mid the trimming for peddling
picture about tlio city without licen.o.
Perry Powers' now livery ftable on
Commercial avenue, near Tenth street, is
going up willi n ruh. It will bo quite a
respectable looking building when Un
ified. There may bo u Uancu on one of tlio
lino steamer now en route for this port
from ew Oilcans. If iho dntico comes
oll'duo notice will bo given to tlioso who
lifts expected to attend.
A nimblu sixpence rather than a slow
shilling. Caih ami low price succeed
when credit and high price fail. Muko
a noto of tliii ti nil buy your dry goods
from Stuart and GholsonV. l-S-litd
Mr. Jnmos Kynaston and John Jleop
plo have arranged for n race between their
horses, to come oil' noxl Saturday at 1 1
o'clock, over the Thlrty-iecond street
course. The race is for $100 aside.
Stuart &Gholson arc now olloringu full
lino of the celebrated Gimtrin kid glove,
in nil shade at $1 '25 per pair. Every
pair warranted. They will wear equal to
any $2 kid gloves in the market. -I80td
Attention is called to tlio column ad
vertisement of -Messrs. Mann it Llbby,
No. -IL'I, North .Fourth street, St. Louis,
dealnrs in nil kinds nf dry good? This
linn ii ono of tlio most prominent dry
goods firms in that city.
Lieutenant Frank llomis has buried
within tho past day or two over fifty car
cHso3ofilo!id hogs, oats, hore, mules and
cows. Nearly nil of tho dead III! I IllJltii
were found on tho outside of tho levee,
between tho point and the flauglitcr
house.
Thero are a good many republican,
in this section who am in tint sumo fix
that our friend John Clancy is In. That !,
they don't J.nmo what they do l.noir about
tho Cincinnati convention. In other
words, they aro undecided which way to
jump.
The Mi'souri 'Republican' of h recent
mm says mat a lady hy tlio namo of
Aiiinnda J. Pulford, n resident of this
city, won a suit in the Ut lied States cir
cult court in that idty, obtaining damages
in tlio sum of Si l,0(m from a Mr. and Mrs.
Reynold, of Cnpu Girardeau, SU,., for
slander.
The olllcor woro sure a day or tw
ago, that Chailey Humphrey, who re
cently gave Constable Wcldon such a
lively deal, was their meat. They had
him holed, and could take him at any llmo.
Hut whim tlio timo came for thu taking in
process, Charley turned up missing ho
gavo tho ollicers tho slip and ha not sluco
been heard from.
Win- Alba lins removed his harbor
Omp I wo doors below Paul G. Schuli's
drug Horn, where liu will bo found to-
getlior with liis brother Conrad swinging
his sharp razors as usual. Tho shop is
. . ...
iieu up in spiemiui style, and a room set
iipnu lor ttie nccoiuuiudution of ladles
who wish to have hair dressed or cut.
l-.'llm.
Ihickonitto.e s big clicm and inenag
etio will bo hero on Fi iday. Tho weather
permitting, (and there is no law which
will justify it in going buck on ll.icken.
stoso twlco) thoro will be, as a matter of
course, largo and booming houses afternoon
and night. Tho liow is really a merit
orious one,- nnd-tlusorves Iho patronago of
both saint and ilnnor nnrtlculnrlv of tho
saint.
-Tim ('aim Alpha Iletn society havo
issued tho following invitation!, and tent
thr.m to a number of young men of tho
city :
llooms ol the CiUo Alpha Ueta Club. 1
AptlaUlh, 1872.
Mr.
Sin: You tiro invited to nttond a moot
ing of tho Cairo Alpha Rota Club, April
lfctli, 1872, the, club having appointed that
evening for tho reception ot visitors and
prospective, members.
Our object In doing this is to try and
nwakoii an Interest in literary societies in
Cairo.
C. W. Hardy,
N. W. Hackkii.
E. Tiirti.KCKE,
Com. of Arrangements.
The Misotiri 'Doinocrat', of yostcr
dny morning, contains an account of a
cloo escape from a tnllroad accident, on
tho "Short Lino," in which several Cairo
people woro interested. Fivo "miles beyond
Carbondalc, tha sleeping car became un
coupled, mid a freight train ran into it.
Morgan was the conductor, and when ho
discovored his train leaving tho sleeper,
turned back his train at once. Ho knew
the northward .bound freight was close bo
hind. Ho got back in timo to awaken the
looping passengers, who got out of tho
endangered car. Tho 'Democrat' says :
Mr. Jutvutt Wilcox iVcnl out like n flying
lrape7.3 perforator, alighting in a pond,
and going kurchug up to his neck in mud
and water. Others nllghtcd on nil-fours,
and nil got out before tho trnln struck tho
car. The crash of tlio collision was terri
bios The locomotive of tho freight train
was crushed, the sleeping-car reduced to
splinter, and two of the passenger coache
badly biimagwd. Luckily none of tlio
passenger were seriously Injured. If
they had remained a moment longer in Iho
sleeping car half of them would undoubt
edly have been killed or crippled forJife.
Mr. Wilcox c-caped witli a slight contus
ion j .Mr. Green received a black oyo from
lii leap, and several others were scratched
and soinewhnt brui-ed. All reganl it us it
miraculous escape, nml unito in ascribing
the preservation of their lives to the pres
ence of mind and energy of Conductor
Morgan.
I'OUOIU'OURT.
Ilefote II. Sl.niiney, P. M.Jj
Gcorgo Drown, a negro, was gobbled
by Cain for flghtiiii;. Tho light occurred
in .Mr. McCormick's saloon, on Commer
cial avenue. Drown was lined llvo dollars
and tho usual faro. Nut having tho 'chink'
to pay oil' tho amount lie went to thu cala
boose for the spaca of eleven days.
Emma Collir.s,n girl not more than six
teen years, was before Squire Shannesy
on a chargo of vagrancy. His Honor
delivered to her a lecture, full of good
advice, and dismissed her, not without giv
ing her fair warning that if slio ever put
in an appearance- at hi- court again she
would bo confined In tho calaboose for a
term of not less than twenty day. Elko
most all woman of her class, she wept,
and promised, by nil that i good and bad
and indifferent, that she would reform.
She was arrested by Olllcor Martin.
Thomas Mannan, a picture peddler,
was up for soiling pictures without license.
Mr. Mnmuin claimed to liavo licence
which ho obtained from somebody In
Howling Green, Kentucky, which lie
believed entitled him to sell his goods any
where in tlio United States. II is honor
could not seo It in the same light Mr.
Mannan did, nnd accordingly lined him
$10 and tho trimmings, which swelled his
bill to about $16 90. Mr. Maunnu paid
tho amount, and left tho presence of his
honor believing himself a much abused
individual.
THE POLICE.
Tho board of aldormcn liavo come to
tho conclusion that, to givo efficiency to
the police force of tho city, a sergeant of
police should bo nppointcd to boss tho
night ollicers, nnd that ono of tho boys
must ho designated to do duty in tho day
lime, the chief to lmvo control overall and
occasionally call around nt night to seo
that tho old thing is working smoothly.
Wo aro inclined to beliovo tho proposed
now plan will work very woll; and it
surely will if, in some way, a littlo vim
could bo injected into n few of tlio mom
bora of tlio force. Tho council may ndopt
tho best of rules liavo it splendid police
machine but if tho members of tho forco
nro not live men, energetic, and "up to tho
snulf of tho police business, tho rules will
amount to nothing tho machine will bo
uttorlv useless. Just at tills moment tho
forco fs not what it should be. It is, if we
aro a good gucsser, rathor disorganized,
and Homowhntslouchy in tho performance
of Its duty. Tlio prosont movement in
the council has In view, no doubt, tho se
curing of greater olllciency in the force,
and will do so, if tho mayor can obtain
sullleicnt time from hit many various du
ties to prescribe cortnin rules for tho gov
ernment of tho police, nnd rcquiro tho
chief to eoo that they aro enforced; al
ways provided, ho will root out of tlio
forco nny uttorly inoloss member or mem
bers nnd put into his or their place activo
men who will take an interest in tho busi
ness, lina ,)t least attempt to do duty faith
fully. .
VOIt KENT.
1 have a neatly furnished room which
I desiro to rout to a man and his wife, or
to two young men, with or without board
ing. Terms reasonable. For further In
nrmation apply to
l-P'Ct. Fkkii. TitKoiioi.ii.
LOST.
On Saturday morning, April Oth, be
tween tlio court houso and the Perry
House, a map of tho county of Aloxander.
Tho finder will bo paid for his trouble by
returning it tome, at tho corner ot llth
street and Commercial avenue.
'Mt. Jon.v 0. Wiiitk.
TO KB ST.
Tho undersigned oilers for rent coin
modious store room on Eighth street, Tho
houi-o is now und furnished comploto with
shelves, counters, gas, wntor und ovary
thing needed. Tho bicntion is ono of tho
best In tho oily, and offers a good oppor
tunity to a grocery or dry goods man.
1-or particulars Inqulro of
. R. J. Cu.VMirr,
.. ..n.e "r' 01 ,s,vl1' "K- Comrnorclal.
I'.Ojii
THE CAIRO LIBERAL CONVENTION.
Wo publish clsowhoro lu Tun Dullk
tin a call for it Liberal Ropublioaii-Dcm-ocrntlc
convention of this congressional
district, to beheld in this city on tho 2Stli.
Tho call is under tho signature of " Stulo
Exccullvo Com., " by L. H. Dyrnc, sec
rot.'kry. How was this " Exccullvo Com."
constituted ?who appointed it? by
what authority V nnd, particularly, who
gavo the committee tho right lo call tho
democrats of this district Into convention ?
nroquostlon wo cannot answer, nnd for re
plies to which wo shall probally bo com
pelled to seek L. II. Byrne, whoever nnd
whorovet ho may bo. Tho democrats of
this district, if wo understand their posi
tion, want nothing to do with tho Ilbornl
republicans, doslro to not nlllllato willi
them In nny way, to not in any degrco In
flueiico their action, until they liavo comu
out from among tho radicals, nnd, declaring
war, rnlso their standard, inscribe upon it
their principles nnd placo it in thu hands of
tho man they wish to luud them to battle.
Then tho democrats will consult
together and delornilno whether
they can light under tho 1 i Loral standard
and follow tho liberal lenders. If tho
decision is in tho nllirmntlve, tho dem
ocratic army will becomo n part of the
liberal forco, mid our leaders will havo
something to say about tho plan of cam
paign; but tho democrats will bo unwi
It they shall havo anything lo do with Iho
liberal republicans until nil these steps,
each in its order, lmvo been taken. Wo
therefore beliovo tho democrats of this
district should havo nothing to do with
tlio Dyrne convention nnd should carefully
remain absent from It. If the liberals
aro not numerous enough to hold a con
vention of their own, it will not pay tlio
democrats to surrender to tholii. If they
are numerous enough to innko a respecta
ble showing, let them demonstrate the
fact, act wisely, anl show their colors
without fear. Such a conve.tlon would
have a good effect, but a bogus liberal con
vention, so mixed tho public would bo un
able to tell whether it was tho llesh of
democracy or fish of liberalism would do
more harm than good and put Into the
hands of the radicals a club they might
tiso ton good advantage in beating nut the
brain of tlio coalition.
IIOARlfOF ALDERMEN.
Hpgiihrmpp.lin; ol the Hoard of Aldermen.
Cnnn-il ChnniVier, .
O.itrn, III., Apr.l K, Is7. )
Preent Aldermen Cunningham, Met
calf, Phlllis, Renrden, Robinson, Sallord,
Sense, Standi, Stratton Swayne and Wal
der U.
ORtUNANCKs.
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance to
nnthorir.o the issuance of bonds to take up
and pay off bonds of tho city of Cairo, now
due nnd to becomo duo during tho year A.
D. 187"J," was read for tho second timo in
tills board, and on motion of Alderman
Cunningham adopted as follows i Ayes
Cunningham, .Metcalf, Phillis, Reunion,
Robinson, Sallord, Seaso, Stratton, Swaynci
ami Walder 11. Nays 0.
An ordinnnco entitled "an ordi
nance to provido for 'tho ex
tension and improvement of Sycamore
street and Washington uvonuo," was read
n second timo nnd on motion of Alderman
Metcalf adopted by tho following vote;
Ayos Cunningham, Motc.lf, Phillis,
Rearden, Robinson, Sallord, Seaso, Stan
di, Stratton, Swayno nnd Wahlcr 11.
Nuys 0.
An ordinal. co entitled "an ordinance for
the protoction of tho United States water
gunge,'1 was road for the second timo and
on motion of Alderman Cunningham
adopted as follows : Ayes Cunningham,
Metcalf, Phillis, Rearden, Rob'insoii,.!!.
ord, Seaso, Standi, Stratton, Swayne and
Walder 11. Nays 0.
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance for
tho regulation of ttho police forco" was
read a second timo.
Alderman Seaso moved to .amend said
ordinance by striking out tlio word "14lh"
In tho second lino from the end of xnid
ordinunco and inserting in lieu thereof
tlio word "mil," to as to read: "below nnd
south of tlio centre line of 12th street, Arc'
Carried.
Aldermnn Sallord ollered tho following
amendments to said ordinance : to strike
out section 1 ; to number present section 1!
section 1 ; to strike out tlio word "said" in
tho first lino or tho present section 2, nnd
nnd add after tho words '-No 2" in said
lino of said auction tho words "of tlio
Revised Ordinances ;" nnd to ndd a new
section as follows, viy. : Section 2. That
ono of tho jiolicnconftnliles now in office,
or to bo appointed in lieu of ono now in
olilce, and to bo designated by the mnyor,
sk ill act as sergeant of pulico, nnd sli ill
havo immediate chargo under tho direction
of tlio chief of police and mayor, of tho
police constables on duty nt niu'lit, and
shall also patrol botli police districts dur
ing tlio night ; and r.no other of tho police
constable! now inoflico, or to bo appointed
in lieu of ono now in oillce, und to bo des
ignated by tho mayor, shall act us day
policeman ; provided tho i liief of police
shall inspect thopollco constables on duty
at night as often as may bo necossary to
secure an efficient performance of their
duty, not lcs than onco in each night for
two nights in each wcok.
Alderman Cunningham moved to
nmond section 2 of tlio nmondmont by
striking out tho words " for two nights lu
each week." Lost.
On motion of Alderman Swayne tint
ainondment of Alderman Sallord wus
adopted.
On motio of Aldorinan Swayno tlio or
dinance us ninendcd was then adopted as
follows: Ayos Cunningham, Metcalf,
Phillis, Rearden, Sallord, Seaso,! Standi,
Stratton, Swayno and and Walder 10.
Nny Robinson 1,
An ordinance entitled "nn ordinnnco
granting tlio right of way through certain
streets of tlio city to tho Cairo & St. Louis
railroad company," was read a second
timo, and, on motion of Alderman Cun
ningham, adopted by tho following vote:
Ayos Cunningham, Metcalf, Phillis,
Reunion, Robinson, SalTord, Sense, Standi.
Stratton, Swayno and Walder H.
Nay-0.
UAH HILL.
Tho bill of tho Cairo City Gas Com
pany, for gas consumed nt tho Hlbornian
onglno bouso for 3 months lo March 1,
1872, amounting lo $20.30, which wus re
ferred lo the claims comtiilttco from this
board, was reported back without recom
mendation. Alderman Swayno moved to
allow tho bill in full. Carried ns follows :
Ayos Cunningham, Motcalf, Phillis,
Rcardoti, Robinson, Sallord, Sense, Standi,
Stratton, Swayno nnd Walder II.
Nay-0.
On motion of Aldorinan Cunningham,
ndjournod. M. .). Howi.kv, City Clerk.
ICE CREAM AND J6l)A WAT EI',
Phil. Satip will open his popular Ico nronm
saloon und soda fountain to-day, nnd In
vites tho public to call nnd Indulge In
theio luxuries. Parents wishing to send
their children may be nsstircd that they
will receive proper care. No Improper
characters will be admitted to the saloon,
and ladies will bo furnished with a com
fortable rooms, n ml receive tho most cur
teous attention.
HA LK OK Pb'llNITUUi:.
A quantity of the best of furniture, nil
walnut, for snlo. I Ins been only a short
timo in u(.. Will bu sold immediately nt
private salo. It may bo seen at Fred.
Dlnnkeiiberg'H house, corner of Fourteenth
street nnd Washington avenue, tip stairs,
until Monday uveiiiug, April 1Mb.
Hilt. C. Sl'IIKNI'K.
Stuart V: Oholson have removed from
their old stand irlo tho room lately occu
pied by Win. Alba, and have opened out
a lino stock of dry goods, notions, etc.
Messrs. S. .V: (5. aro determined to suc
ceed In building up a trade equal to that
of any dry goods houso In Cairo, and
have now tho ability to lull goods of qual
ity ns lino as any in the market, and nt
prices below the lowest. at
KI.I.INfl AT COST.
As I desiro to cliango my business, j
will sell all of my pren nt lino stock ol
GiioomiiKs, Canned Km it, Tens, Coll'ec,
Spices, Confectionery, etc., etc., for the
next thirty day, AT COST. This i no
humbug. I mean what I say.
:i-2Tmld. John Tannkii,
Cor. of Eleventh st. and Wnghington av
iiivSOews.
PORT LIST.
AKIUVKII AM) llKl'Ain KM.
Sleniner. Where from. Where li
Warner N. Orlean....St. Louis.
(J'.iickslfp Evansville.... Evansvillc.
R. K. Leo N. Orleans.
Allcuhcnv Dellc.PittsbiirL'.. St. I.ouis.
f!l I .III.. H'l.f.-
uiii-uiiw .., ijminriii''..
D'le 'Memphis. Memphis...
Wild Duck ...Pittsburg.
Frank Forrest.Memphis.
Alice J)ciin....N. Orleans
Gloncon X. Orleans
Silver Moon. ..Cincinnati
R. A. Rablisire.St. I.ouis
Relfiist N. Orleans
.White liver.
St. Loitl.
.Cincinnati.
.St. I.oui.
... Memphis.
Pittsburg.
St. Louis,
.Paditcali.
.Vlckburg.
Cincinnati.
Jim Fiik, .Irv.Paducah
Col o ra,J o ,V. S t . Lou 1 1 . . .
Ahiskn N Orlenu
IIHI MUlUlY IMA i
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, witli either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms at tho yard at Grand Tower, III.
Special contracts otlered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Ol.VPllANT,
I). A. IIokkk, Geii'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-IG-ly.
CONDITION OK THU mVKtls.
Tliu rapid ri'o In tho Ohio continues, and
since our last report it ha? rien about 3
feet, which makes tho Ohio river higher at
tills point than nnv timo since last snrun.
The rise in tlio Ohio above here contlnus
Tho Mocongnhela and Allegheny rivers
are both rising, nnd ouch ono bus a big
stago of water. Cumberland river con-
tinues to ruo at a good rate, ami there is
at least 18 feet on Harpeth Shoals. At
LouUvillo tho euiinl lias about 18 feet wu
ter in it. Arkansas river is higher now
than it has been any timo this year,
ami is still rising. Red river is still rising
slnwlj with a irood channel. At St. Loul.
the rivur has commenced rising slowly nnd
a better cliannul is expected In a few'dnys.
IIUMNK..SH AND WKATIIKIl.
1 hero was considerable activity ilis
played on tho leveo yesterday and con. id
crablc freight was bundled nnd ns a gen
era! thing all boats had good trips.
Tho weather was clear, cool und com
fortable throughout tlio entire day.
M I SC K.I, LA N KO ir.H I T K M .
Tlio Robert E. Leo arrived from below
witli n number cf passengers. It wus
C ipt. C aiiuou's intention to go us far up us
Puducuh but after his uriivnl hero ho
learned that our shippers could givo him
ft better trip at better rates than Paducah
shipper ami therefore he commenced load
ing hero.
Tho ollico of the Calm City wharfl.oiil
l now ornamented with a highly embol
ished lithograph of tho lino steamer R. E.
Lee. She is crowded with passengers
which is suid to bo a repro'culntiou of a
Carrolltoii trip.
Tlio towbout Wild Duck and bamos dis-
charga about 400 tons southern freight
mm liavo a good lot of freight for St.
I.ouis.
Tho Frank Forot being successful In
tho Cairo and Memphis trade, on her first
trip will load ngaln. Sho will also load a
barge.
Tho little towboat Hero has been lying
in tlio Kentucky bend for n weok loading
a bargo with staves which sho will tow to
Now Orleans.
The Gloncoo nnd Ddfust both had a fair
tiips for St. Loui.
Tlio R. A. Diibbago passed up for Pitts
burg with a tow of iron ore
Tho Alaska camo in during tlio after
noon from Now Orloans with :i moderate
trip nf freight nnd pcoplo for Cincinnati.
Tlio R. E. Leo will louvo to-day with nil
the freight sho wants, und n fair number
of passengers.
Tho Wnrnornnd b-S"gos wyitto St. Louis
nnd will probably toiil Tors'iiw Orleans,
Sho was offered a full Vsi-Vhero.
1'IIIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER ,
City Xatiounl Hank BnilitlMtj.
M.Hpeclal attention paid to orders from ?
l uliiht or iiv.'
COMMIHSIOrl ANI) t-ORWAHDINU.
WOOD RITTENIIOUSE,
FLOUR
General Commission Merchant
1U.1 OHIO LKVKE,
Cairo, Ii.linos.
STRATTON k BIRD.
(Hneees.ora toHtrslton, fliidsnn A Clark.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
ni
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Lovoo, Cairo, Illinois
. Z.MATII UW. k. c. U II 1.
MATHUSS & TJHL,
FOBWAEDI 2STC3-
Com m i ss i on M hk c ii a sta
DK.AI.Kh IN
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Kit. 114 OIIIO I.KVKi:,
JOHN li. PHILLIS aV SON,
(Huceeor In Jno.H. Phillla.)
GENERAL COMMISSION
ASM
FO It W A R DI N G M ERCI1 A NTS,
ash
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATsl
Flour, Meal, Bran, &.,
Con. TENTII-ST. anh OHIO LEV HE
RAMI (I, ILL.
MILLER fc PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMI
FORWARDING M ERCH AN'l'S,
AM.
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS kok FAIRRANK'S SCALES
Ohio Lkvkk, CAIRO. ILLS.
TiTlT. WlXfAMSO N.
PRODUCE AND
C'OMM ISSION M ERCH A NT,
So. 70 Ohio l-vep,
CAIRO, 1 1,1, I.NC1H.
".-pprfal atlrntion kitpd lo uonaiKiunei.
ami order
U. M. 1IULEN,
GROCER andCONFECTIOaN
And Dealer Forciga Fruits ami Nuts
No. 134 Chnuercial-ave.,
Caiko, Illinois.
CLOSE k VINCENT.
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
ASK
DEALERS IILT XiI2sI JiJ
Ckmknt, Plahtkk Pakih,
ASU
PLASTERER'S II A I.R,
i'urtirr KIkUIIi Hlreet nml Olilu l.rvrr
CAIRO. ILL.
J. M. PHILLIPS A CO.
iSupces.cir. to K 11. Hendrlck' Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
AMI
WH ARF-DOAT IMtOPRIETOIUS
Wr'3sk Liberal Adaucps in. 'ipousSv
INinslgnineiii. SyV
Ar" prepared lo leceire, .i.ire ant orward
IrelKhtH lo all points and buy nil
sell on uoinuil.sloo.
eMlnine attenileit to nrnmptly
i it y a o s, '
'12. SPIUNG-SUaMaMER. 72
C. 11 A NNY.
LARGE STOCK. .
DROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TICKINGS.
OH ECKS,
AND
S T R I P E S,
XKNTUCKY JKANH, KXTRA,
0ASSIMER8,
DLAOK ALPACAS
ASU
LUSTERS,
GROSRAIN SILKS,
IOIM.N.
LARUE STOUKOF OAltKmNfl
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTJNO,
Window Htintf',
OUT HAND,,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
PAMASKS.
UK Kiillre Nlock
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.
L'OKNKR 8tU 8T. AND COMMMCIAL-AV.,
seplllf w.nii,to.
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