tig It the
d for tho
rat lay to
nth of the
csentative liberty to
nociatlona. tho wido
li the Re-
ii r flagrant
1 not vote
excited to the newspaper ami tele graph of
fices to obtain confirmation or denial of
the report. Their fcsrs wore more than
confirmed on perusing llicnl conflicting re
port of the catastrophe. Nearly all of them
wade Immediate preparations to lake the
first treina out for their homes. Iy noon of
Sunday the slrr cts were completely thronged
With people, and continued so until night.
It at' blent to c cry observer, that Chi
cago, by their conversation and general de
meanor, of all people, sympathized more
deeply and earnestly with the sufferer of
the " hub," than other rould. A mcetliifi
was railed to ineetat noon on Monday nt the
hall of the board of trade, Jand before 12
o'elock the halt was filled to oetllouliif:.
At 12-10 o'clock, the meeting was called to
order by J. M.; Proton, president of the
lKard of trade, and alter rcfcrlnj to the ob
ject of the assembly, Mr. Preston nominated
Mayor Mcillll ax chairman of the meeting.
On taklmr the rhalr. his honor referred to
the terrible disaster which had overtaken
our filter city, Boston, In very feeling tcrin.
He said It seemed but yesterday that we had
a similar visitation, which crushed us to
earth and ashes, lie said It was due to our
humanity anil gratitude that we assist the.suf
fern of Boston, and doed by urging prompt
and derided action toward that end. ltev.
Laird Collier, also spoko very feelingly of
the debt of gratitude which Chicago owe
to Boston, for her prompt response In our
time ol need. lie announced that the
American Express company had undertaken
to carry good free of charge.
Other gentlemen spoke In high terms of
the matter. Mr. Went. Dexter, president
of the relief society, Mated that ho was au
thorized to say that the society bad on hand
(1100,000 which it did not need, uml If the
meeting thought It best, the amount would
be Immediately sent to Boston, A rcsolu
tlon to that effect was unanimously adopted.
After this prhato subscriptions wsro called
for, and over s?IOO,000 was subscribed on the
pot, The printers' union donated $ JOO for
the Miflcrlng members of the cralt of the
bereaved city. I believe It safe to say that
before Thursday night over half a million
dollars will hnto been rained in this city
alone for the sufferers by the Boston tire.
T11K HOK8K DJHF.AhK.
The horse disease Is rapidly abating In
this city, and we may now look forward a
few days and Imagine ourselves cujaylng all
the prh lieges of street-car facilities, "bus
ling", etc., luxuries of which we have been
deprived for the week past. It Is reported
that the horses of tho various car lines, om
nibus companies, and In the livery stables !
Fink. Qui Vive Coterlo parly, at tho
tit. Charles hotol on Friday night, i nt
tended by the elite of the city, and wis the
finest parly of tho season.
Thf. LoH dollar kid glovo In thn city at
Stuart is Gholion's. Wo bavo them In
all tho now shades, In ono or two buttons.
Stock Yard. Chief Myers Is bargaining
with II. Watson Wobb for two lots on tho
corner of Fifth street and Washington nv
onno for the purposo of starting a stock
yard, an institution long needed here.
New Fiiim. Tho now firm of Linton
& Orr has set its sails. It proposes to do
a forwarding nnd commission nnd general
wharfboat business. N. Linton and S.
M.Orr aro lire men', energetic, capable
and roliable. Wc wish them success, and
lots of It.
Rklioious. Hov. II. It. Thayer will de
liver a dlscourso this morning, in the
Presbyterian church, on "Tho Lessons of
the Hour.' In tho evening he will de
liver tho second discourse to young men j
subject: ''Position, an index to moral
Thk Sidewalks. McIIale, Poor and
Gorman have been inspecting tho con
demned sidewalks of tho city and making
estimates for their reconstruction and tho
construction of cortaln now ones. These
gentlemen wero appointed by tho city
council to do this duty, nnd finished the
Ladies' and Ciiimhikn's Furs and
U.vdkkwear. Stuart is Gholson respect
fully call attention to their stock of winter
furs, just received fresh from tho bands of
tho manufacturer. Having deferred the
purchase of these goods until tho present
tlmti they can offer them at prices fully
25 per cent, less than September or Octo-
' bcr prices. They havo many novelties
not to bo found elsewhere. They also call
attention to their large assortment of
gonts', ladies' and misses' underwear.
They oro making a specialty of this class
of goods and have arranged their prices to
morit tho contldonco and patronago of the
honest re- arc Iniprotlng rapidly and will be ready for i Tim Niw Salook. Coyno's opening
Most of tho able and expert
an.l south. ul" 1,1 " vcr ",0" "rae 1,1 wlc "arn '""cnes yesterday ana last night wero well
I the People's 0.nnibus and Ilaggage Co., on nttonded
Twenty-ecouu street, mere are dis norscs, . drnkcri of thecitr, and a goodly company
5corJ (-'lacked by the dNtemper. The exception "MoMy souls besld-s were present and
Democratic 8,10H that ..btooj will tell," for he Is a Ken- n,"do th occ'lon hi,,,riou n.J extremely
rescue tho tucky thoroughbred, of the Gold Dust stock. , enJrble. The'Cry.tal saloon is in our
y. Recog-' There arc no serious cac in this stable, and 1 opinion a success ono of the finest in the
mtion, and not a single animal has died. The company city. On its walls aro flno pictures; on
will not commence running meir mies us noors nne carpets and Hno oil cloth;
asaln bclore next Thursday or Friday, thus behind its bar lino liquors and fine drink
allowing their hone to completely recover , dispensers. It boasts the largest mirror
before their u-e ! again brought into ser- ,n .... . ...
... i, is mi uuo, iuu carpenter
work was done by J. A. Fry, tho painting
int for the
n we have
men not in
vice. There has a number of horses
died, not so much from the disease as from
the fact that they were forced to work be-! and Pperlng by H. Able, the gal fitting
fore they were sufficiently recovered to do b.v Oerould. If we wre not a temperance
hard work. man wo would wish tho Crystal success,
The pre-ldent of the Illinois humane so-, but if w should what would Summerwell
er jKilitical I ciety ha issued a circular Informing all own-. say 1
i we are not er" ot horses that on and after Mouday any t
I person found working a none tuat Is auuer
Ing with the disease will be arrested. Thedls-
, ea-e among the hore has Interfered serious
ly with the business of the city. In some In
instances cattle bat e been brought into requi
sition, and it is not an unfrcqueut sight to
see half a dozen men hauling a heavily ladeli
wagon through the MreeN. Some of the
lar-rer flnn of this city are delivering their
.ce . " Sold
ition in the
i by them-
- t-l. . ii t- "i . 1 1 .
I upon Lira. Coi anJ QtU(r Anai faave ther .. buIi
s it suits hii , express," and deliver good In all part of
srdoci not the city by them.
All the railroad are running extr trains
tary poweis for the accommdition ot thoe people who
in'front of 1 "ve 'n ll'e suburb' and d bu-lnew in the
i.In?ini(nn . '''J--
I enough to
01 great majority of the pwjpte are concerned, because he had been elected to the jworer
z (jtcmen , ol little
TIIH SCNDIY LIQCOK QCEiTIOX.
The Isunday liquor question, so tar as the
Pope. It has been suggested since tbo
county election, that Mr. Pope, having
received a large vote and teen compli
mented by an uncontested election to the
office of State's Attorney, should retiro
from tho City Attorney's office and allow
somebody else to go in. The State's At
torney's offico is not worth one-third as
much as the City Attorney's office. It is
an office which Mr. Webb would not con
sent to take because its income is so small.
Mr. Pope was elected to it because be has
been a good and faithful City Attorney,
and it seems to ui, that it would be rather
a peculiar proceeding to put Mr. Pope into
h " poor-paying " office because ho had
b-ea faithful in a "good-pavine" office.
and then turn hi.n out of the better office
rnnrm. T)i -ltv !ttirhnrff.4 nn tSitnt' it nrnnlil n 1
I J . ... V I ' . vtj IIU UlUld fcUBIl
- br the have made an attempt to Inforce th law, fair to let Mr. Pope continue in the city
rto (or bis but that they have suited to any eon- office another term. The income of both
t.ic ntSco in
te late on-temptation
finish In the
lion of our
tho road to
jj rorrupt men
. i he. I fear,
i 1 dunceroui
c bit Chica
nnmiiHteJ term , and1
) uido for lh
'Ubt Ills SIK.
Ms great op.
IJ 'rs to reform
t men from
oi our coun-
you I will
i voted for
If' y with the
'acf suci oj-5vo.
, to future as
o a political
tiderablc extent do"x not snem appirent.
At all events, thtfrcs are an uuny wUbky
soaked IndUldo-ils to ht seen on the street
a there were before any attempt was made .
to inforcc the law. some few saloon fcer-
( crs who have di-regarded ordr, and kept
upemueir paces on sun'lay, nave ren ar
rested and slight fines Imposd. Some ot
will be a rea.4ons.ble return for the labor
he will have to do. As at present in
formed we are for Pope against the field.
What will Hendricks say?
Ds Rick, the D. B. Wo aro fearful
that D. liice, the circus cum. the fellow ot
the persons thus fined have paid the fine,, tbe arens wntJ ,, UnVing on re putnlion
WUlIe Others batf! iririffilil tn tilvht-r rr.nrta i . . . '
and propose 0 n,-bt the matter to the bitter. g fa" u Pfe'ent
euj capital of merit we are fearful, we say,
that this I). Kice is a D. li. He imposed
Owgori Peri, an Italian, was tried In w our creaumjr ana leit u. to
Cook county circuit court, last April, on 'rnourn bis departure, but ho played a
cisrge of murdering two men in hU saloon 1 curvy trick on Noycs, bis brother circus
on October i), b',l. He was found guilty , man und rival. A printing firm in Uuf
anJ sentenced tobe hanged in July. How- falo bad shipped to Noycs, at this place,
eu-r, his attorneys, sought and obtained a 1 flT0 boxes of illuminated posters and pro
stay of execution, In order to bring the i ,,,, ,,. v,.... . mmm
case before the supreme court and endeavor n , . ' ... .. ...
to procure a new trial for their client. The- T ,J ''
case was biought before that body, at Ottv wo, Bt lhe d(!J,ot w,lUo ho WM 1,ero in
wa, one day last week, but the court refined t,i1' city Ho rHI,reen'"J to Mr- Johnson,
to grant a new trial. So Peri Is to be hanged, the railroad agent, that bo was Noyes'
the day fixed for the execution Is Dci'i-m. partner, and obtained the boxes from thn
beriM, U72. Peri seems to take the matter company, receipting for them. Hoym ar
cooly, and says that if he must swing, why. rived here yesterday and informed John-
all there is about it, Is-that he must. When , son that Kico bud nlaved a trick that was
I-erl hanged, this community will be rid vain. Johnson toleKranhed to Mornnhis.
at which placu Dan is now performing
oi one or the mo.t desperate characters
thuteerllw'il In c,i-
ltafferty, the murderer ol policeman Rr"1 hd th i"nocont clown brought "P
O'Marra, and Certelth, the wlfu murderer, I w,lh H tl,ort lur"' lf -vo werB "ot B
wiiu miner sentence or death, were granted M""" ncarteu ciin:Kon, uan might have
new trial., by the supreme oourt. italltrty the high privllego of retailing his stalo
desencs death as much as Peri. i...t n i
to be presumed that the court couriered
that they had good cause for granting him a
new trial, or they would not have dom. so,
to fellow prisoners between stone
An important suit lias been pending for I frora a Democrat ondorsing tho present
more than a year past in the United Mates Independent position of The Bulletin.
I Great uxcltc-
: lay yesterday
the news ol
Ulng new spa-
tho papers on
) even greater
rear ago, th
, 8 o'clock in
A DemocuatV Communication. Wo
publish this morning a communication
i . ; . " "
J! " ou"' ua"m u,u mn"u Central, We do not agree in all details with our
UttsburKh, tort Wayne and Chicago. Chi- corr,.Kn0n,Un. !. w ,l l tl, .,..n,ul
uS.'l S.V. ""M!1. MIchlKauCfn. .cone of hi. l.r... 1I ... 7
that Grant is canablo of nnv iood or
wiso act. Wo know Proldcnt Grant has
inado mistakes, but wo havo asserted our
hope und belief that bo will, n his second
term, do much that tnombors of the late
Democratic party may and should up
plaud, Ho has anticipated our hope, and
in reply to n demnnd made by Cameron
ii... . . .. .. ... i
irirunit ana other lleiiub cans who
Kve him Pennsylvania by nearly 160,000
"T'niy, iiiat ne should appoint a certain
an to the purtrnaitor.hip of Philadelphia,
Glared that ho will not
snrsi. U,M u,e, regulating civil-
ml...- i ti.i
Ala- . 8 wtMIWH, HUU WallCUKO UI1U
'rr; !""'' o the patent
sl i l WUUU u k,l"w' Cawood'.
!! block, used In strulKhten and ret
newlng worn-out rail. wui,,,,. ,,,
sum 01 ?I,WJ,7J-. WJwnnjd,,,, thepatenteo
THAT CHYHTAL 1-At.xCK.
All fiLLA,ltittfiil rtt ....
Wliltlili.kl anil mokl Inlliis.itUI '"k
this city are members, has been funned fur
tho purposo ol erecting a grand crystal n-j.
aco, in which it is proposed to hold, next
season, the greatest Industrial exposition
ever held In the West. Ths crystal palace
Is to be built entirely of Iron and glass, and
will cost, ground and all, over $300,000. The
celebrated architect, W. W. lloylngton, is
now preparing the plans for this Institution,
and It Is said will lay the result of his labors
before tho board or directors of the assorla
tlon some time during the next week or ten
days. The crystal palace is to be located in
the (southern division, somewhere near th
lllnols ttteu yards. It is proposed to ex
. .i , i. .. , . i
iiu mm. ini.rnr.1... i. ..
Oamnron'. f,l . .. W" PPOWt
.11,1. " " more u member of
the lato Democrat c p.rty of u, f
Will rnfnaa lis tU.i f... - . . MU
ravo,Grn,,tr ProbaMy, but Jfth.i
hl1u la..UI,l..na ! . . . '
wpsiusiuwiuurniiirnHV i!o an in il.i.
Personal. Our plnk-whiaVeredfriecd,
Ed. F. Hlsson, him of the roseate complex
ion and Cheaterfleldian bearing, called
upon Thk Bulletin yesterday. Edward
is now doing the paisongor agency of the
Iron Mountain railroad in that city of
splendid ''lows nnd solemn stillness, Col
timbus, Kentucky. In good time, with bis
little carpet-snck, td. will make a return
pilgrimage to Cairo, and hero rest from
the labor of doing nothing for a living, a
buslnes In which nearly all tho Columbus
He aro daily engaged.
G. It. Clark, member of tho engineer
corps of the Illinois Contral railroad com
pany is at the St. Charles.
Tho genial Noyes, the circus man, ar
rived in Cairo yesterday. Gonial we chII
him, and so doos everybody else, and he
is. A hotter man never sproad a circus
canvass in the Mississippi valley. You
can bet your bolVom dollar on him, and be
suro of winning. Ho is tho soul of
honor a downright square-dealing, first
class man. Wo aro absolutely lure, that
Charley will have a reserved seat in
Kingdom Come, if tbore is admission to
that exhibition for either circus mon or
newspapor people, who can't resist tho im
pulse to boost a man like him along in tho
world to good luck and fortune.
Ladies' velvet pTnkg aunt! els at Stu
art is Gholson's.
Council Ciiamukh, )
Citno, ills., .Nov. in, is;a. f
Presont His Honor Mayor Lansden
and Schuh, Taylor and Wood 4.
On motion of Councilman Taylor the
reading of tho minutes was dispensed with
Tho following bills having been allowed
as follows by thejboard of aldermen, were
presented for concurrent action, vlr :
Frank llemls, whitewashing park
fence, et- 23
Jno. II Oberly, publishing council
proceedings in Oct., etc 45 02
W B llockwell, stationery for city
clerk's office 1 00
Win Henry. Jr., 10 kegs nails, etc. 70 W
Cairo City Gas company, gas used
In 83 street lamps in Oct 2ls) GO
U II Cunningham, relit of council
building for Oct 40 00
K A Burnett, Oct. salary as city
comptroller .V) 00
A Cain, Oct. salary as cttv marshal. 75 00
M J llowlcy, Oct. salarv ns city
clerk 100 00
T W Ilalllday, Oct. salary as rlty
treasurer, pro tern. 7 da s 23 33
It A Cunningham, October salary as
city trcaurcr 24 days 00 00
I. II Myers, October salary as chief
of Police 83 33
Charles Mehner, P II Helm, It F 111!-
lingsly, li r Martin, J C La Hue
mid h red Whltcump, pollco con
stables, salary for October each. 75 00
F Brosf, salary as police magistrate
10 rsov. uin ono inoimi so iJ
Win Henry, hardware for pest house 1 80
M F Wooton, 19 days guarding small
pox house ft7 00
Wheeler, 8 days guarding
smalMmx house 21 on
Itlchard Slack, 10 davs guarding
small-pox house so 00
Henry black, 2 days guarding small
pox house 6 00
Sandy Hedman, attendance at pest
house 15 dav 23 M
Jackson Gum', attendance at pest
house 17 davs 23 12
W wooton, superintending smtll-
Merchants, clerks, or any others who
wish to wear flno boots either calf, moroc
co, kid or patent leather of tho very latest
style, go to Wm Elder's, on Twontleth
treet. 10 lOtf.
New Flour and Feed Store. Wra.
Lonergan has openod a flour nnd feed
storo In Wardner's now building, on Com
mercial avenue. Ho Is soiling tho choic
est brands of Cairo City mills flour at tho
mill prices. Ho has also for sale, In largo
or small quantities, bran, hay, corn, oats
olc. Lonergan is entitle! to a liberal sharo
of tho public patronago, which wo hope he
may receive. 11-lo-lw.
Notice to Builders. Seated pro
posals will be received by the undersigned
for the erection of a brick building, to be
Wit On Washington avenue near Twelfth
troet, until Monday the 21st inst., at 0
o'clock p.ni' Bids will bo rccelTcd for
the material and finishing the entire
building, or for brick and brick work
complete and carpenter work, lumber and
tiardwaro complete, and for plastering
and tnatorials. and for painting. The
right to reject all bids is reserved. Plans
and specifications at my shop.
1-I6tf. F. Tueqhold.
Mm. Anna Lano, Kighth street bo
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has ust roceived a large and varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call par
ticular attontlon to her handsomo assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear,
something new In this market. Her
woolen drawers and leggins combined aro
also something now and the most comfort
able thing for children In cold weather
ever devised. Mrs. Lang also has a woll
selected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will bo sold as cheap as can be
found elsewhere in this market.
Noiiodt denies that If you would have
oysters by tho plate, stewed, fried, roasted
raw or on the half-shell, by the doeen.
can or barrel, thcro is only ono placo In
the city where you can get tho freshest,
juiciest and best. That placo by common
consent is the Thalia Uvster saloon, at
the corner of Twelfth street and Wash
ington avenue, and, while there, if you
should chance to call for n glass of St.
Louis lager ; a glass of wine, native or
foreign, or something of a stronger kind,
your own good tasto will testify that
Jaeckcl keeps the best. Then go to tho
Thalia, call for what you want to eat or
drink, and if you are not muro than satis
fied, everybody will say that you must
charge your dissatisfaction to y.our own
depraved taste. If
Skei.ho ig Bklievino. If ladies wbo
do not use the fragrant Hozodent will
compare teeth with those who do, they
will see in an instant, more reasons for
adopting it, than can be composed into a
newspaper paragraph. 11-17 d&wlw.
pox matters 31 days..
' Holly, repairing pest house, etc
iiuivu, naming i loans 10
V Itiser, 4 pairs blankets
M Driscoll, hauling celling paper t
Parker & Blake, 5 lbs. celling pa
per forpest houc 4 02
Dr Evan. vaccinating irj persons. . 24 75
DrOG Parker, vaccinating 32S per
sons 82 00
Dr J C Sullivan, vaccinating 200 per
son 30 00
MJ JIcGauly, drugs and medicines 10 83
Barclay Brothers, drugs and medi
cines 43 CO
Geo Scbllimel, rent of pest hou-e,
provisions furnished, hauling
done, etc ... 31 05
L Jorgenscn, ;grocer;es for pest
bous, etc. 24 60
Morris, Pood & Co., 4,503 feet lum
ber Si 13
B. Shannessy, p. M.. October salary. 25 00
Wm. Mcllale, dieting prisoners In
Octobe",3!)5 days 197 50
A. Frazcr, nuttloL' In new valves In
pump comer of Eleventh street i
and Commercial avenue 10 CV
Phillip Howard, James Pnlllis. II.
Blxby, Jos. Arnold, F. M. Ward,
M. Warren, Wm. White nd Thos.
Kerth, for sen ices as special po
licemen on election day, Novem
ber stb, each 4 00
P. Conlan, 27 days' work on streets
in October 59 00
Thos, Fitzgerald, 27 days' work on
streets in October 69 00
Win. Mcllale, 22 days work on
streets in October 44 00
Nick Williams, meat furnshed pest
house from Sept. 17 to Oct. 31. 5 35
N. Keith for furnishing codlns and
burylug 0 small-pox patients 42 00
James Boss, two tons coal for clcrk'a
office $8 00
Cairo Box and Basket company lum
berin full of bill for $37 08 32 70
Carl Peters pointing three picks In
iuii oi inn inr ill
Councilman Wood moved to concur in
tbo action of tho board of aldermen in al
lowing tho foregoing bills. Carried by
the following vote: Ayes Schuh, Taylor
and Wood 3. Nay 0.
Councilman Taylor moved to allow tho
balance of $288 23 due John Cabill for
filling cronsings, etc., as allowed by tho
board of aldermen. Carried as follows:
ayes Schuh, Taylor and Wood 3. Nay
An ordinance ontilled "an ordinance
granting the right of way to tho Kentucky
and Tennesseo Uailroad company over
cortaln streats in the city," was read the
first tune, and laid over for n second reading.
The board ofaldormon having refused
to concur in the amendment mado by this
board to an ordinanco entitled "an ordi
nance regulating tho height of chimneys,
etc.," Councilman Taylor moved to recon
sider the vote, amonding said ordinance.
On motion of Councilmnn Wood, tho ,
ordinance was adopted without amend
ment, by the following vote: Ayes
Schuh, Taylor and Wood 3. Nay 0.
On motion of Councilman Wood, ad
ournod. M. J. Uowley,
OaIHo, Ills., .Nov, 13, 1072. I i
Present His Honor Mayor Lansden and
Councllraen Halllday, Hurd, Taylor and
On motion of Councilman Halllday tbo
reading of the minutes was dlipnsed
An ordinance antitlod "u ordinanco
granting the right of way to the Kentucky
and Tennessee railroad company ovor
cortain streets of the city," was read a
li-rono I mn
Ab Locuhts. The Charter Oak Stoves
are becoming such universal favorites and
are making their way into so many house
holds, that it looks as if they were des
tined to cover the face of the lands as the
locusts of Egypt. Unlike them, however,
they are blessings instead of plegues, and
we wiah speed to the consummation.
The justico of the verdict rendered by
tho public years ago In favor of the Mexi
can Mustang Liniment must be apparent
to all who have used that famous prepara
tion or seen it used. Its healthy influ
ence is irresistible. The most obstinate
forms of neuralgic or rheumatic disease aro
totally cured by it, and that in an incon
ceivable short space of time. External in
juries or sores, whether of man or beast,
as well as all equine or human maladies
for which a liniment may be used, are
speedily remedied by its use. Kemember
it is not merely a palliative I ut an oradi
cant of disease. ll-!7eod&wlw.
Steamer Mohawk, New Orleans
" lorn. Jasper, St. Louis
" Shamrock, Cincinnati
" Esperanza, St. Louis
" Joo Kinney, St. Louis
" ME Forsyth, St. Louis
" II S Turner. St. Louis
" Illinois, Columbus
" Jim Flsk Jr., Paducah
Steamer Mohawk, St. Louis
" Joe Fleming, St. Louis
" Arkansas Belle, Evansville
" Tom Jasper, New Orleans
" Esperanzu, Pittsburg
" Joe Kinney, Vicksburg
" II S Turner, New Orleans
11 Illinois, Columbus
" Jim Fitk Jr., Paducah
1IIU MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, und on usual
terms, at the yard at grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts otferod on favorublo
terms upon application.
H. V. Olymiant,
L. A. Bokee, Gen'l Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-Iy.
1IOATS LEAVING TO-DAY.
The elegant sleumer, -P. W. Strador, is
tbo Anchor lino packet for Memphis,
Vicksburg and all way points, leaving
this evening ut 0 o'clock. Tho Florence
Leo is the boat leaving for Evansville and
all way points this evening at 0 o'clock.
The Anchor lit.o boat St. Luke, is tho
packol for St. Louis, leaving this evening
at 0 o'clock. The Continental is due,
bound for New Orleans.
CONDITION Oy TUE RIVERS.
The fall in the Ohio since our last re
port was only 2 inches. There is about 7
feet in tho river below here. Tho packets
repot t Devil's Island the worst place.
Tbore is only 5 feet there.
Special dispatches to Tux Bulletin
report the condition of the Ohio and
Mississippi rivers at various places,
1IUSINESH AND WEATHER.
During the morning tho lovoo had a
quiet uppoarance, but during tho after
noon tho packets nrrivod and business was
good the rest of tho day.
Tho weathur continue cold, and a high
wlud prevailed all day.
Thj Tom Jasper with a barge in tow,
passed down wilb a good trip of freight
and passengers. "
Tho repairs to tho Charles Bodmann's
machinery have been mado, and she is
now on her way to this port.
The Arkansas Belle arrived a few boors
behind time with a light trip, and re
turned wltb a fair list of passengers.
Tho Sam J. Hale Is on her way from
Cincinnati to Now Orleans with a full
trip of assorted freight.
Messrs. Linton it Orr. our now wharf.
for the Ohio river.
The Joe Kinney, for Vicksburg, brought
out a fair load, and filled out here with a
Tho T. F. Eckcrt is on her way to the
sunken St. Marys, and will go to work at
Tho II. S. Tumor came in just behind
the Forsyth, and hud nil tho froight she
The tplzootiu is interfering wilh
stoamors loading at Portland, and dray
men are charging $0 a load for hauling
Tho Mary K. Forsyth came out with a
freighted bargo In tow. Sbo has sixty
cabin and sixty-five dock passengers.
Sho still load for New Orleans this morn
ing. PHIL. aovvAiib,
111 NaUMl ftasstt tstsUilssig.
Skapecial attention paid to orders Irum situs
bisis omht ordar
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to till all
orders on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both tho work
and material ; his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
ho invites the patronage of
tho PuWjc 1MM 3m
US' You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powdor Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
REOULAK CAIRO. PADUCAH & EVANS
VII.LE SEMI-WEEKLY U. 8.
Ths Past and K!Ki"t I'assrnjer Hteamer
THK ONLY BELIA1ILK OIVT D1HTRI1IU
HON IN TUK COUNTRY I
Xi . r . aiisrB'a
To bo drasra Wrdoesdajr, Jan'Jrj 1st, 17.
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
10,000 IN AMERICAN OOLD!
10.COO IN AMERICAN SILVER I
Five Prlxes 91,000 J
Ten Prizes 600
One span of Matched Horses, with Family
Carriage and Silver-Mounted Har
ness, worth l,W0!
Five Horses anil Buggies, with .Silver-
Mourned Harness, worth (600 each!
Five Fine-toned Rosewood Pianos, worth
6"i00 each 1
2.') Family Sewing Machines, worth
$100 each I
2,300 fiold and silver I.ever Hunting Watch-
es (in all.) worth from to ;uio each !
Gold Chilian, Silver-ware, Jewelry, etc.
.Number of gifts ZVXXI! Tickets limited
to 100,000 !
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS.
I'o whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
SlnL'lo Tickets fl; Six Ticket flO; Twelve
TlckcU $iOj Twcnty.flvo Ticket 110.
Circulars coaUioinc a full list of prises, de
scription of th manner of drawinx. and other
Information In rsfsrsnce lo the distribution, III
t sent to any one orJerln; them. All letters
must he addressed to h. I). MINE, Box, M,
msis orrics, Cincinnati, n.
101 West Alh st nOT-l'J ',
Cauio, Ills., Nov. 8, 1872.
We have this day formed u partnership
for the purpose of doing a forwarding and
commission and general wharfboat business.
The style of our mm will be Linton & Orr.
11-17 lw. s. M. OMit.
HYLAND k SAUEIt,
AND UKALKKS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner Iflth street and Commercial uvemu
next door to the II) land saloon.
11-10 if. CAIRO, ILLS.
4HD osiisa I
Eiqutu Htrbet, Uktwxkw Wabhimotob
AttJOISSlBI lUtlCSSbOSSMSSSSSI HsMSjy'a,
Keep the best or linef, Pork, Mutton Veal,
f.suili, Snusane, vie., nd are prepared to strrs
cltisens In Ilia roost aotontabln manner.
Jack Orammkh, Master.
Et. Thomas, clerk.
.(Or Leaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
ville, everj Thursday and Sunday evenltur,
at 6 o'clock, connecting at Evansville with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. Ko
freight or passaKo apply to
Jambs B1008 Passenger Ait't.
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH & EVANS.
VILLE 8EMMVEEKLY PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
UEN. HOWARD MaMet
Nkolky Rum clerk
,tLeaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
v no every 1 uesday and Friday evenlmr at 0
p clock. For freight or passage apply on
board or to '
Jamm Utrjun, Passenger Ag't.
"SSEI'AILf."0 ANI) EVANSVILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The fine low pressure Passenger Packet
W. it. PENNINOTON Masl
t2TLavcs Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening alH o'clock, for l'ailujsh
and Evansville. For freight or uassaire ap
ply on board or to
J Anita UlOOS, Passenger Ag'l.
CAIRO AND PADUCAU
'I he splendid steamer
Dick Fowleh, Captain
MA.,LY (Sunday excepted), at
4 p.m. t or freight or nassagc apply on boirt.
CAIKt. AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips dells.
'IJCAVINO CAIKO I I.KAV'0 MOTOU CITY
At" .a.m. At 8:30 .m.
At 11 . ..a.m I At 1:30 p.m.
p.m. At o p.m.
Fare each way, 30 cents; 10 ticket lor
tl bO. Will land, when hailed, at any good
uiKiuicuiHr iBuuuig jur iiuuenger ol
On Eighth Htrert, tetveen Commercial and Wash
natou Art-Dues, U daliv revels ln
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LOXST FALL A Nil WINTXK STYLM
Itetmta s lull I. ae of
HOlTiTETS &c HAT9
ITnoimel nnd iititrimmed.J
FltKACd KLOWKRH. HIBHliNJ, TRIMMINOD
of :i atad'. Luces, etc., etc.
Mrs. Mttiee has also a lira ueortineat o
Pencj ArlieUs.such ss
KCK TLX COLLARS. UNDKtiHLERVES,
And all oihersrticles u.asJIy lound la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOen, In addition to her ittock of
Fancv and Millinery Ooods, has a Urone and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
jjuur uauies- aim Misses- rtiioes and Chil
dren' Roots, lllack and in Colors. These
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
bhoes in the market, and this is the only
place In the city that makes them a specialty.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
hu opened out as eiteoslte stock ot
All ot which are entirelf new and of the sen
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRIBE8
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment oi
LACKS, VR1NUK8, KID OLOVBS, HOSIXHt
and all articles usually kept m a flrst-elatt mil
Mr. Nwsn.lt r insites the public to ralland !n
pest 'ier stuck, whtrh ehe will take pleasured
howing to old as well as new euMorrers.
Liverpool New-York and Philadelphia
raosa costssci witi cvitsd statu aiu sbitui
For Carry inn Hie Mills
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa reams isroaasriosi
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
1 Broadway, New-York, or to
Washington Atenue. Cairn. non. 51
LIME I CEMENT I
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIAO.
Commeroiai-av., Foot of Eleventh-it.
Best quality of Lime and Cement aU
ways on band, and for tale at the
very lownst Seuros (breath.
No. 104 COMMKKCtAL AVKWUK,
Ilollt French ami acoth cawlmerei all
colors, Reavers and Uread-cloth constantly
on nand, aud all goods warranted.
TO THE IPUBISia.
Anticipating n decline In prlci 0
ol all kinds and desirous that our cus
tomers should know wc are determined
to carry out our promises of cheap Diintlnc
we feel It our duty to make
REDUCTION IN FORMER PR1CK8
believing that a steady Increase of business
will be an equivalent.
With our long experience In business and
together with our advantages In the
DUrchasn srwl ulutin. nr ...w
- -V11.VHVB w . mwm UUI
customers may rest assured we wlU try
-- .""muucc 01 uieirverr uoeral
Pol&Kr.vM ,UnUon u-
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
SrS.fr OTS rafe
qualities tdd the difference la Uie colt of the
2"il 'Iwr. Flat Cap or time quality of
Folio Post. iwrM tl nmnA m. .:'1'f
MW Wto fiO.
TO 60 per M. -" ww
U) a careful examination ot the above list
our patrons will tlud that our
per M & 00to7 00, according to site and
quality opper; perone-ualM H 0OUHW.
pu ordinary site per M t O0to5 80, accord
?60to55W qU Y' Coamtttlti !
.s?TM' wording to tbte aud weight, tU Ooto
op; per one-half M, according to sLw and
Weight, 3 00tO4 00. e sau
per M tM OOtoi 00, according to order.
EN V ELOPES
urnlsherl reUU at wholesale prices. Chaixe
orprlntlng.ll ooto 60 peril.
PRICES AB3S IiO"W3BH
than 1 those ot any establishment ol the kind
In Ut. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
-A. ID -V B T I S 1 3ST C3-
business men will find the Blixktix the
best advertises medium In Southern till
nolt. OTFR WEBBILT
(sheet SOxtO, 8 columns) Is furnished to sub
scribers at the low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a lancer subscription list la
Southern Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky
than any paper ever belore published la
Cairo, new clubs are coming la every
JENNY LIND TABLES
HARRY WALKER it CO., Prop-rt.
This hoiue Is newly fitted up with two
And two fine
The saloon Is stocked with Uie Rest
re compounded In the most approved style
ISrCome and see for yourself. They keep
on hand a line stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CflEKSK AND HOL
aro spread morning and evening at 10
o'clock, at which all are Invited to ptrtlci-
WH OLKMALB CKOCUI,
11. M. HULEM,
GROCER and CONFECTION
Aod Dealer ia Foreign Fruito ANutt,
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
And Dealer Id
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EQ08, LARD
FRESH BU1TEB, ETC
fa-All floods warranted fresh, tnd sold
tt the lowest prices.
Corner 9th At. andCommerclsiAve.
DHKAP IIMOPHHTRH I
THH 3STXW SYSTEM.
PIE If? KM VttH AHII. Til
AT U. 0. THIELECKE'S STORK
WABUIKOTOM AVXNUX, DXTWIBV TIHTU
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