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TRAVELER'S (JU1DB. i
VIM E TABLE Of TI1K ILLINOIS CENTRA T
On and after Holiday, Mr Ulh, 1871. Wlow
e nrt.e-uble will Kovern the errlv' and delat
or of paXHCger train at Celre
tkpa't-Mall train, dally
T .I.tl. A.Aaftt fllimlar 3.30 p.m.
Kochserect :mi from Cairo 10 t. Loul. Io
hanjr e' from Cairo to C1MS' Hesnl
rrt Roon sleeping tin on nighl tramt.
MH cheeked l.i all Important Dolnte.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips daily,
tsivtae catao I uvno Hoinptitr
At T.... ............a.m. At t.-f
il U ..m. I At 1:30 ..........P m.
At t o ..p.m. At r. p.m.
Fare Mch y, 30 cental 1" HckH for ft 6P.
Will Ian ,whru hailed, at any 8 tod interm diate
alinglor paaaengeraor frebtlil. novsiir.
BVANSVILLE AND OAIKO,
DDI MWLER ....... ....Mailer
Will leave Cairo fjr Evanvlil every Sunday eod
Thureitay evening, at 5 o'cl.ioi. I'.in. ror
fra.tor p..,.,e, apply oa board ..
CAIRO AND VADUCAU
The splendid ateamer
i r.lri dir.. Miilira excepted) at 4
a. Kur IrsUhtor p nn-iij n noardor
jas. nkuiJN, arm.
'TAinviLLE, CLAIIKSVILLE AND
The iplendid iteanar
TOU HAKUAN ...Mailer AI.EX. HAnD.....Clerk
TCillleaTe Clro eery Saturiay at & o'clock p.m.
firClarkarllle, and NaahTllle. For freight or
paraate. aPi ly on ooaru or to
Janltf JAS BIOf38, Aj't.
UAUUVILLE. OLAKKSVILLE AND
The gallant iteamar
OfcNCA.Vi-1... Waiter -
Will leave Cairo ererr Tnuridar at 6 o'clock r.m
far aahfllle, Clarkirflleatid all way polotl. vt
rreini or paaiaf e apply on lxard or to
JaoJtf. JAS. UIOU9, Ag't.
The ood tltamtr
Will leave Cairo every Monday at J o'clock, p.m.
fir Nahville, and all way porta For rrclgnt or
eaaiaee, apply on board or to
jinSlf JAS. lUOGI, Agt.
IMMIUKAM rn ki:tk.
IMM IOlt ANT T ICKETS
FOU SALE, i;rSL f FOIl SALE.
I 1 -r rale I '
FOR SALE. J Karate U
for la f ..,, , .
Fnre from Liveupooi,
Faro from LoyDCNDEr.rtr
Fro from Glasoovv,
i'uro from ytiKK.vsTow.v
TO CAIRO, : :::::: : $4 S-
Sa.lord, Morrit Ca , jjunta.
Liverpool ew.Tnik and Phllad'lphla
el COJIIiOT WITH I'XITCO IHtllilD ailTIIB
For Carrying tne Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa nuinra irorioa
API lii TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.,
lillroadway. New. York, orlo
Waahlnirtnn Avenre, rirn. ania, ji
i on sai.i:
The Ullnola Central IU I It it I Compiny now
of!rror aale the lollowinx described Ion lu Firs
Addition to the City ol Cairn, vn i
Lot 17 block 21. ,.)t 21 block 82.
" " 20, ' 27 " bi,
" " Si, " 2j ' fc
' " Hi. ' 31 8.
" 3 r, a., ,i Hl
Tor terms, ele. apply V) JAM1M JOHN-OV,
WILLIAM II. S.MITII.M. D.
HF.SIDBNillv-.No. 21 Thirleenih at-f,t, be.
... ""TV J"hin:ion avenue and Walnut atreit.
orucs-li .mm iiiitquI venue, up alalra.
nJ.NV. DUNNING, .M.J).
ii. w.vudsbu, m7iI
rj KilOfiNCFCorner Ninelien'h aira.t ..
XV vvainmgton aienue, nea- court lieu., (i,.
Sve over th poaiofbce.
Ottlce hauravi to
a m. ana t to o.in
ALLEN, MULKEY k WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LA"W,
William J. Allen, 1
Jhn II. Mulkey, J. CAIK0, ILU.N01H.
MTPartlcular attenlbnTpald to river and ad.
OrriCE-Over KlnlNaiionsl llank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN & GILBERT,
William II. een.
William D Gilbert,
Miles F. Gilbert,
r-Speeta. attealien given to Admiralty aai
OFFICS-oilIO LCTIE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OYIR
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
t v. Mvvnu Proprietor
eoiiia oaio stvsi avb llC0lD T
Cairo, i lux oh.
Ifu Only Fint-CUiK ITouk in the City
rLiKMj; cooveicd (o nd from the Depoi
ATTAUHM ENT XOTICK.
on lhe ilny nl Atisuat l"7i, r" nf "whTjcnt
va Isatmt out ol Hip i" rk'e III "I thy Ali-v
andermui.tr circuit io rt "i Hi" elate of U'lnola,
riainat Jiiur e.t.uc. at ff " dill
"trover, i.lniniiff, who uee b.r Urn na of
Samuel P. H'heeier, I'ifilio aum nf f. n; ,' an I
iceru.i.R iiuifli wli ch w.ll li (-oii levied,
nn J mm auit I no ieud ni; In aid eourt. l'nlea
yon h II appear un Hie rctutn day thereof,
fndftme lit mil be enleredand iho utato attached,
VoIlI. Dated January 1711, 1672.
JllllNU. IIAttMAV Clerk.
Allen, Mulkey i When er, Att'ia for I'tmntul.
Edwin rron. Charlis I'afonnnd Klllah W.
Morgan, non.realde.it defendant', are heteliy
notified tlut.m the 13th day i.f lute i.lier, l.l,
lhomaJ T.nt and Oeori-T. Wn I, -u. Hvlnu
partnrra of Alexander Van Kcuren, dMae I,
who rarned on hu lne- under tli Arm flle
l E t & Vn Keurn, fl.ed their t'U'Mi lira
me liaotc Hen hi tne AixnMr eou iiy tirau
Paron and Wiir-rd Eime, and thai ami mulls
no pending. That thereupon a antntnona wa
lue i out nl the.'lefk'a i tllue rf and rniirl. re.
tuinatteon the third JlonJuy of Jnu.ry, l7i,
t i term of ald i-ourl II en to h holdi-n at tho
court home In Cairo, in mill eouniy anl mate.
Dated January th 27th 172. ,
J.iH.S . lUIUIAN, Clrk,
Alln, Mulkey Wheeler. All'ya lorrmintltl.
FJHa nitn, defendant, la iintHed thai en Ji.
ar 2Jth, 1872, Juhn Hovd, ciitn.d.ilnaiit, filed hi
bill in chancery. In the Al-xmd-r ciiiiity clrniit
e.iUtt. elate ot HlliiOU, lor il.rirce. an.lihit eill
mill i nn pending. That Iheieupon n iiiiiimona
imil nut or the r.erK'e idlice of -aid enurl,
airnnil )u, returnable on tin lt Mondav in
April next, tna term thereot, then to he lifUeil
ithetoJrlhiiUelnClio, In aild county nil
aU'e. Dated January 29ili, 167i.
lOHXQ IIVUMAN, Clerk.
Allen, Mulkey 4 Wheeltr, dolloltor for Com.
John O il'iriHli.d' in idnnt, u noiirled tint on
the dayf Aunl,lj7l nwrilof aitoulnnenl
dercoiii.lv circuiuomt in the elate or lllluuls
aa nt your elatc, at the anil o John w. rr."
er, plainlitr.wi.il mea for Iho Uae or SamuI 1
Wheeler lor te aum of $ JJi.57 a id .iicniliiR In
tereat.which writ h la been levied and eald Milt t
no twndins m aa d ccmr l'n'e y.'U alial it"
i ear on I ureiurn diy hereof J idgmenl will b
enteied and Hie eat do uttached oM. Daltu
January 27lh. 17. JO K.N tj. HAIIMA. tl'tK.
Alien. .iIUIKej niiccwij'-"" ..-. .......
I'ok-rnnry a, 1171.
The Belect Council of fools approves of the
Cairo Caalno and ha in I la unbounded iwisdom
reaolreil to celebrate Hie flrili in:iouerade ih
seaaon, which will, aa it ever has done, emlre.y
and comiileilv eelinae anv. and evcrtthlnir here
tof.ro or hereafter t b. atieinitei. The moat
conapicuoua fools in tho uommunity, among
wiioiii, iny near rea ler, you unjouoieuiy are
Cltaae I. will bo inviteij t, dcmrlnatrMtn Hint vntlr
preienea will be Hilly appreciated. No neleta
will be aold at the floor nn I tlioie wiahii k tickets
can obtain thetn of any member of the Casino.
C.lHI. 1.. TIIOM.e).
Committee of ArranRumetiti ol Cilro Casino.
1'tilillslK'il every moriiliit, .HoikIiij' ox-ci-lilctl.
Tho Prido of tho Campbell's
V. G. Schuh's.
All portons lr.ving claims nainist tho
Contractors on tho
Cairo & Viscf.snm: Rah.uoah
Arc requested to lo.tvu iheir claims with
A. 11. Saflord, cashier City National bank,
to be forwarded tons for adjustment.
Doikjf., Lord 4 Co.
CARD OF THANKS.
Tho undersigned tukes this method
of returning her sincere thanks to the
Gcrmanla Life Insur.nico Co., of New
York, fur tho prompt and cheerful pay
ment of a policy of $1,500 on tho lifu of
her late huibaud.
To Mr. Reinhol.l V. Rclzntr, tho ofli
cient agent of tho company nt Cairo, tiro
my thanks especially duo for his kind and
honorable action in tho settlement of my
claim. Catharine Ruiuicii.
CARD OF THANKS.
Cairo, January 25, H7?,
IMitor Cairo Dulletin .
I desire through tho medium of vour
paper to tender my thanks to tho gentle
manly und ever prompt Jlessrs. Suflord,
.Morris and (.'..uiUee, roiidoul nuents ol tho
old nnd reltablo -1-lim insurance company
and also, to tho company s efficient nnd
I honorable adjuster, Mr. L. Lalgcr, Eiq.,
'7 ino prompt settlement und payment,
41 I.I II. 11, Ul JU.W. IIIU lllll'JUIIV
of my lou x .inkn,, of ,10 jtcamcr
Kato Kearnt,. j Jccm frll0r comment
unnecessary, M aboV(J fncU aro u
sufficient recoinmtunrtlon, and aro cor
tuinly commend.ble. -,U, Ue!p(c.yi
NEW Q00LS JUST
just received bt BRisTot. I
Scotch Oat Meal,
Am." II," O.tt Menl.
Rottled Grated Horse Radish,
Dedicated Coooanut, '
Dupeo's Star S, C. Hams,
Sugar Cured Rrcakfast liacon,
First Quality "Tho bonis tho cheap
est," is their motto, they sell us low as
any other homo. No 32 Eighth street
i ouit, lte or Illinois. B)?nini fcumn' nuu ew
Mm, Kiinuid SUiat- Ta lui and Ivlwln Iaff0li,
riuitem ol H.e Cniro Ci V I'mpertv. Cl.nrle Car
n Pl.Mh Mnrtiti. flAVfil II .Mo'C in.Chft. r.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY,
To rctil a dwelling fur small
convon!nt to bulne p:irt of tlio city.
Apply to 73 Ohio Levee, or iiddro pout
t.ll'icu'box 811. jrtri303t"
cnicriT coukt cini.
Tho emu of (loo. Mojer, Indicted for
manslaughter in t!u Killing ol Robert
Urlbiicli in tlilj city two or three months
since, wm ctlli-d this morning. Tho tmn
ol wa rzluiusta I y nnon, when nnothcr
venire of twenty-four was ordered, which
being returned, Jury wns cmp.ini:lled by
:i o'clock. I). T. Lincgnr, Esq., nppcurs
fur tho defence nnd J. 1 McCirtney, Esq.,
proiccutcs for the stutu.
The ciuu of Henry Johklns Indicted
for murder, who took n clunge of venuo
from Pulaski county to Alexundcr, wns
continued on tho nWdavit of tho prisoner,
who nllejrcd tho ubjeiico of muterliil wlt-
nesies for his defense.
Court udjourncd to 8J o'clock this
BUSINESS IS BUSINESS-
Lr.VT A CO.'S ntlCB LIST Til C 1I10UX8T
Tho firm of II. Levy & Co , 03 Ohio
uvee. deulors In furs, ol nil descriptions,
hides, tallow.fcitthers, wool, etc., nre build
ing up trndo nnd earning for themsel
ves a business reputation second to no
house in the city. In their dealings with
their customers, thoy nro honorable nnd
upright, representing only facts. For
urticlcs in their lino thoy pay tho highest
cash prices. Bolow will be found u list nf
tho nrticles in which they deal, together
with the ruling prices in this market :
Mink S2 00 to $'2 25
Otter 1 00 to
Reaver oU to
Rear skins 2 00 to
iiid.:s rF.u rocND.
Deer skins 20 to
Reef hides, drv flint 18 to
" " green salt 0 to
Calf hides 12 to
OT11EK ARTICLES PKR TOUND.
Feathers CO to
Rc'iswaz '"j to
Tho above quotations arc subject to co
OR SUCH CHIPS AS CAUSE 11R0T11ERLY DIS
C'Aino, Jan. 2S, IS'
JIr. Editor : "William Abernathy be
ing so forward as to put himself nt the head
oi a dally paper against an elder, l go
forth to show and to prove tho wifo no
brought in Cairo with him, by tho nnino
of -Mury. ow ho has got so godly m
to take another man's wifo by tho nnmo of
Lucinda Ruckcr, and Shores being un out
side, cast-out man, that was not recogniz
d Ijv thu usiociatliin, went forth and took
it on himself to marry Uibiii. .h...i.k,.s
to tlio l.iw und tho rules of our association
and God's word, ho that desired thu place
of n bishop, required :t good work. Ho
tniut bo n man of good repute, and h man
of hospitality, who aro fully qualified in
taking caro of his house. IIo must bo tho
husband of ono wifo only. Shores is tho
father of Nowill and Joscphtts, nnd the
wife ho owns now, is not the mother
of them. All I want to know, is that
ho put out his man to fight. Any officer
in Cairo, Alexander Co., III., whenever ho
comes to bo included, his stars aro strucken
off from him. I can prove by the many
of my brethren of tho association and thu
good citizens of Cairo here, that Shores
has been excluded from tho association
over since tho year 1803. Any man builds
up a foundation of his own ; a house that
abides against himself, must fall and
Shores has abided against himself.
Elder of 2nd Rapiist Church.
CHIPS A I OUTRANCE,
OR SUCH AS ARK REPORTED IN DEADLY
Wo are sorry that the inhuman prac
tice of duelling is to bo renewed among us
in this nineteenth century of civilization
ind iiupr. ving morolity. Hut as faithful
chroniclers oft tho times il becomes our
duty to notice every ovent that transpires,
that our readers may not bo forced to go
from homo to learn tho news. As such
chronicler, wo lay before tho readers of
tho Ri'LLKfiN tho nccount of a fatal and
dreadlul combat between two young men
of Cairo, both of whom tiro of high stand
ing und much beloved In tho community.
What led to thu misunderstanding wo havo
not been informed whether It wui occa
sioncd, as most of such events
now-adays are, by a woman,
or whether It nroso from too doep
draughts of tho intoxicating cup, is to us
unknown. Whatuvur the cauio may havo
becn,it nppe'irs to havo aroused feelings of
thu moil bitter character between these
two young men, which could only bo
wiped out in blood. Tho arrangements
wcro all completed, and foils rilhout but
tons wtro selected as the weapons fur con
flic t. At n spot near the city, the princi-
tlu''r ee("ld, "inbed, whon
ench of tho onnononts stripped to tho waist.
na'.ud tho si 'mil for tho deadly contest
! "When it was trlvon. the attack
If said to buvB been mado on tho Instant
by both parties, but tho younger and mora
gi e placed hm,u t, Uofonflv(.
Mllll fnn n .... '
.. ..mmoiiu succeeded in ward
ing ofl tho rapid passes of hi, adversary.
In a moment, however, even boforo tho
seconds or friends could anticipate such an
occurrence, the foil of him who was attack,
ing, passed directly and suddenly through
the heart of tho other, and he full with,
out a word or a groan dead I Tim event
created inlciiio horror und cxeiieineut
throughout tho city, and to avoid the pan
ally of tho law, tho nirvivor Immediately
fled. "What stops will bo taken by the
dead man's friends wo do not know. Wo
havo given tho details us they woro given
to us, only omitting to montion, that tho
affair occurred in Cairo tho old, in Egypt
FAIR AND FESTIVAL
rortTiir. jjenkfitofst. Joseph's church,
ATt'KTEIt NKrF'S.VKW IHJII.UIM'
3!), 31, A.ND
Tocnll the nllentlimof ourgood people
to tho ohVts of tho congregation of St.
Joseph's church In completing their build
ing, Is not only n plcitsi-ro to u, but gives
us nn opportunity to s:iy what vc know
will bo Indorsed by tho enllro community.
In order to erect such n lioiiso of wor
ship as will prove equal to tho requite
ments of tho congregation, and at the samo
tlino nn ornament to the city, tho members
nnd trustees have put forth evory cfTurt
nnd spared neither money nor time. In
this thoy huvo been nobly seconded by
their fellow citizens, who have ai led, as
they always nld, liberally and willingly.
Tho work on the church has, howhver,
b'.'cn pushed forward so rapidly, that the
money provided hasbcun ozliauited In pro
portion, and the committco now
tlnrt themselves forced to p
pcol, In some form, to the
sympathies of their fellow citizens of
Cairo. They havo determined upon hold
Ing a fair to raise tho means to carry out
their plan, and if tho proceeds shall be In
any way commensurate with their expec
tations, of which they entertain no doubt,
tho work will bo completed ul onco and
without any delay. They appeal then,
onco more to tho liberality wiiicii they
know has never failed, and cordially invite
every one to attend tho fair on tho 30th
and 31st of Jan. and the 1st of February,
at Nell's now building, Ohio levee. Thu
room is largo and well ventilated ; tho
array of useful and ornamental articles
will bo profuso and splndid, while the
price of tickets only twenty-five cents, is so
low as to bo almost an Inducement in
placo of liny other. Wo hope tlmt all, no
matter whether members of a church or
t, will como forward In aid of this most
deserving effort. jan2o-Ct
POLICE COURT CHIPS,
John "Wilson created tv disturbance,
and found that it was worth just $5, nnd
the trimmings to do so again. Being impt
cunious, ho went up for 10 days.
Smith Vincent and Georgo Uakcr,hoth
of the colored persuasion for disturbing th
pcaco were allowed the privilege of dopos
iting $5 each and those little costs, which
they incontinently did.
Thomas photograph gallery opens
this morning to visitors and customers
Mr. Thomas has all in readiness to turn
out work of a superior quality, and guar
ontlcs togivo satisfaction in every purticu
lar. Don't forget tho place corner of Com
mercial avenue and Eighth street. Id.
Capt. A!f. Cutting, the famous boat
builder, of Metropolis, is in the city await'
ing an opportunity to reach his home. Mr
Cutting is doing a splendid business, and
to him Metropolis owes its prosperity. Jf
Cairo hud a half dozen Alf. Cuttings
would receive as great an impetus from
their enorgy as the Cairo & Viicennes
ruilroad will ciro it.
G. R. Hawk, who was caught cutting the
bull cord on u train upon tho Illinois Cen
tral, on Saturday night, wa3 brought be
fore Squire Shanncisy to give tho why nnd
wherefore. Hawk protcsiod that he wus
flying undor a cloud, was elevated too high
to know what he was about in other
words that ho was laboring under a fit at
tho time. Ho was fitted with a flno of $10
and costs, and in default of prompt pay
ment, was sent to work on the streets fur
- Georgo Motrin elected himself taster
general of benzine, but endeavored to car
ry too much of it homo with him for pri
vato examination. Tho load was more
thun ho could stand up under, and, very
ungenerously, a policeman said ho was
drunk. George denied tho soft impeach
ment and for arguing tho point and main
taining his rights, Justico demanded $2,
nnd tho costs. G. M. searched his pant
aloons, but not finding tho exact amount
he got seven days with McIInlc. Ofllccr
Martin and Shcchan officiated in tho fore
HIDES, FURS, TALLOW AND PELTS
Messrs. Rurnctt & Co. ro payinjj St.
Louis prices for hides, furs, etc., as fol
Primo Mink $1.75 to 2.2i
" Raccoon COc to Oc
" Musk Rat lo to 12)
" Wild Cat 40 to 5t
" Opossum... - 10 to 12
" Otter 6.00 to C.Ob
" Reaver Skins C.00 to 7.00
Hides, dry flint, per lb 18c to 20t
" Green Salt, " " 10c
" Orcon, Butchers, per lb... 7o to 8Je
Butchers nnd trappora I do you remem
ber what theso articles wero worth bo'.ori'
wecamo here? Thy wcro worth just about
one half of what they aro now 7 Sustain
thoso who benefit you. The abovo prices
can be depended upon.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
ROARI) AND LODGING.
3Ir. T.B. Ellis, the corner of Sovonth
and Commercial is prepared to accom
modate all who apply with board, with
or without rooms, at prices lower than nny
other flrst-classhouso in tho city. Jlr. El
lis keeps anoxcollont table; his rooms are
front rooms high, light and airy, and woll
furnished, and wo havo no hesitation in
promising satisfaction to all who call on
him. Mr. Ellis will also supply parties
who desiro with unfurnished rooms at
reiisonablo rates. Let all Interested takn
notice. Remember on Iho corner of
Seventh and Commercial. 21G
FEATHERS! FEATHERS I
11. Levy & Co., at No. 03 Ohio levee,
have on hand and for sale in quantities to
suit puichnsors, ono thousaud pounds of
good feathers. Thoy will be sold at prices
within tho reach of tho poorest. Families
JANUARY 3q, 1872.
LVINO AI10UT I.OOJi:.
Although not the season for fruits, yet
there wns a largo gathering yestorduy for
IV blltck-bcrrvlr f. All.fin ltr..wn e,i il...
. - o- - VI
The churches of tho other denomlna-
tlons wcro wull attended nnd the div wits,
as It always fs in Cairo.quiet nnd general-
An assignment of n patent was. nicked
up on tho street ycslordnv. It uiav bu of
some Importance lo tho owner If ho can
ascertain whero It is to bo found.
Great Inducements to nnv one wish
ing to buy a first-class pinno or organ.
& W. Ruder oflct their entlro stock in
thei piano and oryun lino at tho actual
tost of tho Instruments. They arc desir
ous of closing out tho stock so that thev
may uso the room for jewelry manufactur
Two men had an animated dletislon
on Sunday evening, nnd brought forward
such convincing nrgumcnts In tho shnpu
of long knives, that the bv-stnnders did
not wait to hear the conclusion of tho de
bate. They went, but "took no order in
their going," nnd left tho exponents of po
litical nuerty to nrguo tho matter out
without any umpire.
-Capt. Phillips' wharfboat was broken
looso by the force of the running Ico yes
terday morning nnd carried down as far
Halliday's, whero it was fortunately
stopped. The safety of a largo amount of
freight was endangered by tho accident
and considerable consternation was creat
ed among tho employes on board nt tho
sudden summons to go down tho rivor.
Tho services in nil of tho churches on
Sunday wcro well attended, notwithsliiiid
Ing thecoldnosof the day. Tho cotigroga
tion of Rev. Mr. Coan was larjo and wore
regaled with one of his practical sermon
Rev. Mr. Thayer, of tho Preabvteriuti
church, addressed nn ntteutivo mid In
tcrcstcd nudiencs upon subjects that
deserved their thoughtful contideratlon
'Eternal vigilance' and strict attention
to tho orders of the Hoard of Health, as
published on Sunday, will bo necessary to
keep offtho smill pox. Let every ono be
vaccinated, for thero is no excuse in not
having It done, as tho city will piy where
the patient is unable to do so himself. If
the directions of the board aro carefully
attended to, Cairo will ccape the pest
which is ravaging other places.
Mr. W. II. Ryan has lately opened n
frnmo and picture establishment on 8th
street, near cor. Washington nvenue
His stock comprises frames of ull styles
and sizes, and many very handsome pho
tograph, engravings, chromot, nlbumi
etc. Ho has nil sorts of mouldings und
makes the framing of pictures to order, n
specialty. Mr. R. invites all to call and
examine hii stock. Jan 28-ltn-d.
lcsterday and Sunday wcro the
coldest days of this winter. Tho Ohio i
running with Ice, while it is forming hum
'-nidly. The Jliialsslppl Isrull or Ice, In
larger cakes than aluny tmo this te icon,
and from preent apc.irnnccs a gorge at
Columbus is not improbable. Thn ond
in this neighborhood havo been frozen over
for the past three days.creitting n brisk de
mand for skates nnd offering fine sport for
Wo havo no hesitation in recommend
ing William Ehlcrs, boot and shoe maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. Wt
know whereof wo speak when we saj n).
work is dono in a matlerlv mariner at the
lowest prices. Homes njthing but tin
best of slock, nnd ho cannot bo cxcell'', n
tho dellcato task of making nn uxa"t th
Givo him a call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between oshington nvenue nnil
Poplar street, nearly opposlto tho court
house, and we will guarantee satisfaction
Tho team and iquipiiga of tho Rev
Jacob Bradley created great consternation
on Commercial avenuo yesterday uficr
noon. Moved by some influence, whether
spiritual or othcrvviso we nro uiiadvUcd,
they took a start without saj ing, " by your
leave,' nnd swept up tho nvonuo nt
break-neck speed. The last seen of them
they wcro heading northwards and about
lour hundred yards in tho rear, the coat
tails of the owner wcro projected horizon
tally in hot pursuit. Whether the pro.
prietor or tho pendnnts reached the flying
team first, we havo not heard.
Policeman Arnold returned to tho
city on Sunday, having micccssfullv nc
complished the object of his short trip. At
Mound City ho arrested Jim. Allen, with
half a dozen nliaics, for robbing dipt
Pcrrington, recruiting officer nt l'aducah,
of ono hundred dollars. I.'pon searching
tho pockets of Allen, they worn found full
of rocks not of tho quality thai gratified
tho Arknnsas man-but rtones.wliich holind
provided fur defensive or olleiislvo use, ac
cording to circumstance. Tho money wns
found upon him. Tho thief was lodged
in J'uducah jail.
Ono short month only, beforo iho
municipal election for Mayor, three mem
bers of the bolect council, six Aldcrmon
nnd tho city officers, will olapso, and Cairo
will bo called upon to doputo her destinies
to other hands. It will liavo been obsorved,
that tho notlco of tho nnnual city election
published first in our Sunday issue, sets
1 uosday tho 2 1 th of February as tho day
and designates tho places for holding tho
same. Tho places for opening tho polls
nre tho samo as heretofore, with tho ex
ception of tho first ward, which has been
changed, as will be perceived on re
ferring to tho notlco.
A countryman visited the city thooth-
orday to mako some purchases. Ho bought
a rocking chair nnd a gallon of whisky j a
portion of it ho put under his waistbands
and thobalanco ho left in tho jug for fut
ure use. About dark hostariod for homo,
comfortably seated in his new chair, nnd
leaving his horses to guide thciiiie!vo, ho
threw his head back, took throo or four
drinks, and began his astronomical studies
by n lengthonod examination of tho moon.
All at onco ho was aroused by u passerdiv
whon ho discovered his horses quiotly
standing in a fenco cornur and that it was
10 o'clock tho noxt day. He got home to
01! SUCH AS
MAY UK PICKED
Now that tho Cairo and Vlncentic
rnllrpnd Is n fixed fact tho contract
hnvlng been lot, nnd work to bo common
tod nt once, Jorgetise.ii is prepared to rtdl
all kinds of grocetle cheaper than n:iy
uior iiottio In the city. tf
The funny mm of the city was stand
ing at n corner last Sunday, when thoro
piimd him n furbtdowol woman and sister,
past middle-ago i "Thoro goes mutton,
Ironed lamb fashion," sild ho: " Ye, but
it is tho black one of tho flock, " rejoin
Mueller nnd Miller, nt tho Timlin on
.Sunday night, was received by a full
houso nnd with tho most unequivocal
atlsfactlon. Jlr. Oustav Klingshpr fully
sustained his previously earned reputation
Mid, us wo predicted, kept tho houso In a
ully humor whit his grotequo prccnta-
il r. Chas. Mchncr hasiuit received
from tho publishers in New York, n book
of costume, containing nil tho latest styles
of stagy equipment, llu invites his friends
to call nnd cxnmlno thu book, and if thero
nro nny persons desiring nrticles in this
line, Mrs. Mchncr has proposed to furnish
them on short notlco nnd reasonable
terms. Mr. Mehncr nlso has a number of
trunks which ho will sell or biro out to
thoso who may want them. Janl'Jw'J
Mr. R. J. Cundlfl's till was tapped
yesterday, and $50 taken. Officers Shec-
han and .Martin were put upon the track
of the suspected thieves, and ut about 0
o'clock last night bagged their game. Up
on the person of ono of the thieves was
found n ono dollar bill, which .Mr. Cun-
dill' recognizes as having taken during the
day, yesterday. One of tho scamps is
named Cusick, nnd is one of tho thieves
ulio wus arrested by Shech in about a year
slnco fornttcmpting loburglarizo Mutiny's
The lecture of Dr. J. G. Holland be
fore tho Young Men's Christian AnocU
lion, hst Saturday evening, was well at
tended, and wo havo yet
to seo any Curistiati who
was not entirely satiated with tho
matter und thu manner of Timothy Tit-
comb. Tim ' Sccial Under
tow" was Tit:ombly delineated,
and n quiet, lljsloniun tone,
not unmixed with sarcasms and gen
tie humor, pervaded tho whole nsav. It
wns a treat tothosewho liked it and proba
bly repaid tho hour given to its hearing.
To-morrow night tho grand duko will
bo in Liuiivillc where ho is to bo enter
tained with nil the magniflcenco und dis
play which the people of that ci'y o well
know how lo exibit. Ry tho time ho has
run the gauntlet of the American cities
in balls, dinners nnd bund-shaking, he will
have got n pretty good idea of how wo do
things in this godoriuus country. The
only regret In thu wholo matter, is that II
I. II. could not have an opportunity to ice
how it,? dolt In CA,ru. Xuvor mind j next
urn nuirni going to import u grnnui r UllKe
liirour own delivtniion, nnd no ono else
hull hnvo any thing to do with him until
wo have used him up or aro mod up our
tulves in tho ctfortto "do htm kind. "
Il is true that Blankenburg's Eicol
alor saloon is now on.) of tho institution!
ofthecity. All drinkers who liko really
excellent liquors whiskies, nine, beer.
iitc. go to tho I-.xcelsior ciloon, which it
fitted up in splendid style. Rlunkenburg
who knows how to keep n saloon, spreads
n line free lunch every morning and eve
rung, and, as ho forcibly cxpreses it,
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." He
has cmployod tho services of a first-rate
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
w'ucu nanus in one end ol tho suloon
pck out in musical tone. Everybody
is invited. Tho best order is maintained
and nil improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ev-
orybody knows that tho Excelsior saloon
is ut tho corner of Washington avenuo nnd
Tho .Vioi is stupid. It asks tho ques
tion: "Ln't it funny thutof tho three
members of the select council whoio timo
expires at tho charter election, not ono of
them is a democrat Thero nre, includ
Ing tho mayor, II vo republicans and but
two democrats In tho select council. Last
year I.ansden, Wood, Woodward, Hurd
and Schuh wuro elected, and only two
democrats. Would the .Vim rob thu coun
cil of nil tho democrats ? Tho Sun
nlo ask this question : "Isn't It funny
that tlin timo of all tho republicans in the
board of aldormcn except ono expires nttlio
charter election?" Wnldcr, Klob, Fitz
gerald nnil Carroll, domocruts,iind Winter
n nondescript in politics neither republi
can nor democrat, and Wm. Ruder, who
declares ho is no longer a republican, g
out of tho board. And yet Iho .Vhji is dis
Thero is n good deal of talk on the
streets in relation to tho now liquor law
which will go into operation in three
months from its slgnatnro by tho governor.
The prohibitionists uro s itisfled and happy,
ns thoy regard it a compromiso between
prohibition, liconso or no law at nil, with
thu odds decidedly in favor of prohibition.
On tho other hand, thoso directly inter
ested in tho sulo, manufacture or uso of II
quors, uro open nnd undisi-uhed In their
condemnation of the law nnd its stringent
provisions. I hey contond that neither
virtuo or economy will bo subsorvod by Its
enforcement, but that on tho othor hund
litigation, fraud and porjury will abound
whero it is nttompted to enrrv it nut
When doctors disagreo laymen should not
interfijre, so wo only remark, that in most
laws of this kind the rulo which governs
Is, heads, I win; talis, you Jose.
Wo givo clsowhero tho
communication of Rov. Jacob
Bradley, refurred to in our Sun-
d iv's issue. In publishing this letter, wo
desiro it to bo distinctly understood that
wo disclaim nny partisanship whatever.
If wo woro nllowol our own choice, wo
would prefer thut any dlfforonces hotwecn
theso two, should bo arranged without an
appeal lo our columns; but as tho Initia-
mutiicattons hnvo already been published,
wocannot In Justice, decline this.
Wo have unly to remntk
in addition, that tho Ruv. Mr.
Shores occupies n repoetablo and
honorable position among his colored
friends nnd congregation, nnd wo boliovo
with tho coiuinuniiy generally, so that
whatever assertions and char-'.es .Mr. II. ad-
ley nitty mako, ho rnut sttt'i I r ady 1 1 us
fdinl thom by himiolf, as ho mak"s t'.ctn
over his own signature.
Tho ittmoHilicru that surr'Mn.ls tho
coming city election, is calm nnd bright
nt tho prcsont writing, tho peoplogincruU
ly coming to iho conclusion, th it tninnt-
nity In the solcction of iho next mayor is
tho moil. ndvIsuMa course to pursue. It is
picuiant to bo permitted lo chronicle tho
fact, nnd In connection with it another
that the future Interests of Ciiro must n it
bo lost sight of, in uniting upon iho man
wholsto represent hor for tho noxt vear.
It is understood, that t'lorighi man will bi
he, whole nbll.ty and resource", united to
his Influence nnd energy, will bo willingly
and exclusively directed to tho attainment
of that ono great objec', the advancement
of the material intereits of this city, 'flu
people leel that something more than m?ro
executivo ability in tho mayoralty is re
quired to meot tho exigencies which tho
coming year will domand. Sound sensp,
enlightened ond fir-seeing comprehonilon
witti a readiness to grasp every opportun.
ity and hold on to every advantage, as it
rises or suggcjts itself, is whl tfyy seek
tor in tnoir mayor, ond what they aro assur
ed they ran find. We aro satisfied that
everything is serene and that tho futuN
promises well for Cairo.
WINES AND LIQUOR.
Pat. Fitzgerald, of the Sample Room.
has received the appointment of agent for
tho sale of tho Hammondsport, N. Y.,
Urbnnna Wine Company's wines in thil
city. If the bottle with which we wero
yesterday proienlcd is a tamplo of tin
quality of these wines, then v?o nre pre
pared to say that they are among the bot
we havo ever tasted. Ho has just
received a largo consignment, which he l
prepared to sell at tho lowest figurors.
He has also on hand a large and complete
stock of the various brands of Irish,
Scotch and American whiskies, and wine
of every variety janl2dtf.
We havo Just received, from the man
ufacturers, a Wilcox and Gibbs sewing
machine. It is beautifully finished and
has thu hemmer, braider, etc., This ma
chine, worth sixty-five dollars, will bo
sold at a bargain nnd may be seen at this
A beautiful article just received and for
sale at wholesale nnd retail by
Reiniiardt V. Belzner.So1c Agt.
Notice. The best entertainment in
tho city is at the St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
nnd restaurant. The best muaic that can
be had violin and piano. Good lunrh
every morning and nigb!J All of tho
finest brands of cigars, and 'tho best St,
Iiuis lager beer, always fresh and nlio.
Give us a call.
L'arrt Walker. Proprietor
Whero aro you going' To tho placej
number C3, Ohio levee, where they keop
tho best fresh oysters, fish and game, afiJ
the flneit wine, liquors and cigars to be
found in tho city. Open at all hours, ds7
or night. J. E. Park
r or oALE. A cottago on 12tb street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
bouses complete. Applvto
W. "W. Thornton.
Sleetino Rooms for Rent. Ton
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Rank building. Applv to
At City National Bank.
A Word or Advice. Mothers know
the importance attached to the care of
teething children. Read the advertisment
of Mrs. Whitcomb's Syrup in another
Dusters and Rrushes
At Paul G. Schuh's,
A GENERAL AGENT,
FOIl AN ESTABLISHED
NEW YORK LIFE ISURANCE CO.
Profitable and permanent employment fur.
nisheJ to a, man of ability and influence, vtbo
ulll nuruiinhllv .hil.IIa l.n.im '
K. D. IIAHPEU, 61. Louis, Mo.
Cairo, 1Mb,, January IT7.WJ. '
charterolectmn will lie hell. '""i
I'uoi a not ce is iinruhu .an ,r.- B ..A...i
ioi 'u.r' 7ut -7r" or Jai'at A. D.
1872 In the City ol I Cairo, In the state of Illinois,
lor the purpose of elfolinr
A t nyor,
A City Clerk,
A City Irrhsurer.
A City Marahal,
A City Attorney,
A i'oiicu Huulkirateto succeed K. Dross.
and three rreiiibenur the Select Council, s fbj.
One member from the First Ward, to succeed
One member from the Secoud Ward, to succeed
C. M. Woodward. .uvwcou
rtMur'l.1""b';r ,rm ll" C"y " L'8''' t0 "'
)ohix members ol tho Board of Aldermen, as tot-
1 ":t?L!! W".
lOKhi""r.l5r ,rm "",TI,lru rd, to succeed
James Sollf frm ,,,e FUr"' Ward lo tuccefd
I'olli will be opened In tho different Wards aa
In low-, In tno Vliat Warn, at Hie fir.1 hou. .?i
the ,.d, of Wa.hl..,t.in' avenue,!,! (low Kutg
IntheHecond Ward, at th Ai.l. t.i-....
house.'0 Ttt,rrt Wrd " the aibaTifa." KntTn.
i.n ii 8 ,? ur,n wrii he Court Houss.
1'olls W 111 be onenad at a . .".... . .
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