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Preaching, Sabbath at Mr a.m. and .) p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at .1 p. hi.
Sabbath School, 3 p.m. J. M. Ijinwon, Ml
psJrlBtendent. Kiev. II. Tykh, I'aMor
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth and Walnut Sts .
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a.m.. not 1 7 p. in
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, .4 p.m.
fiabbath Sc hool, .1. p.nu L. W. Stlllwcll.
SuperintendenL Kf.V. F. 1.. TllOMreoN, j
CHURCH OK THE REDEEMER-t'plco-pal.)
Morning prayer. Sabbath 10) a.m. !
Evening prayers, 7) p.m.
raouaui ecuooi, w a.m.
Hr.v. E. Coax, Hector.
6T. PATRICK'S CI1UHCU Ninth M. an J
Public Venice, Sabbath 8:10 ami 10) .i.m.
Vesper, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. S p.m.
Iknlcc eTcry day, S a.m.
Kkv. P. J. O'IIaixokax, Priet.
ST. JOSEPH'S CIintCII.-lenuii.) cor-
tier of Walnut and Cr treet.
Ma, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vespers, 2 p. m.
Mass during neck day, f, o'clock a. m.
Kf.V. C. Huffman. Prie-t.
GERMAN LUTHERAN ClU'RCIl-tlth
atreet between Washlnirtou Avenue and
Preaching Sunday tnoruintrat 10 o'clock.
Sabbath school at 2 o'clock p.m. II. C.
Kev. lton'T. Helbio, Pator
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
Co's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meetlns, Friday, 7 ) p.m. at
L. W. Stili.welu Preidcnt.
SECOND MISSIONARY 11APT1ST
CHURCH. Corner Syeamorc and Forty
first street. Prcachlin: sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church is connected with the Indiana
Kkv. Solomon Lkoxaiw. Pastor.
FB1CAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
errices, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
bbath School, lj p.m.
.ass meets at 3 p.m.
XOND FREE WILL BAPTIST Flf
tfenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. It and 3 p. m.
Kkv. N. KtCKf , Pa-tor.
FREE WILL BAPTIST HOME MlsSlON
SABBATH SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Street?.
Sabbath School. II a.m.
FHtST FREE WILL BAPTIST CHUKCHI
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. Jc 7) p. ni
iikv. vt M. nr.i.LKVii'vior.
FIRST MISSIONARV BAPTIST CHURCH
-Cedar, between Ninth and lentil St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. and 7) p.m
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preachimr. Frid.iv cvciiitiir.
Sabbatli School, 1) p.m. ilohn Vatiltaxte
aud Mary Stephen. Superintendent.
Kkv. T. J. Siiokf.s Factor,
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Wiilnut. The
only Baptlt church recognized by the A
Service'. Sabbath, 1 1 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m
KKV. .IACOII 1IUAIII.KV. J.KIt-r.
''nbllrallon Ottrr. Ilnlletln HnlMIni;
(ior I r.- IJmgli, the shoemaker, has the
Lames velvet pink gauntlets at Stu
art V (Sholson's.
Callkd. -Mr. Brierly of Hnztewnod,
called on ii vo.Moidav.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1872.
Skulk Dawn. Betters nn the election,
pay ami lake, and etlludonn to bulhe's !
- Wr.u; 'Ei. The lucky tatter on the
late ft'X'iimi are happy in new lint and
A Fact.- -Two .r three flake of snow
have fnllen here within the psst few days,
the tint of the seaton.
Hi: Ha luck Winter h.s oyster?,
stvliopsnnd found, wild turkey and other
game, cheaper than chosp, for sale for
cah, or on credit.
AIRO COMMANDEKV. No. 13. stated
Assembly at the Asylum .MaonIe Hall, tir-t
ana tmru s.nuruavn in eacu iuuuwi.
r?AIUO roL'NCIL.'No.24. Rcvular Conv
cation at Mawjnie Hall, the second Friday
In each month.
CAIRO CILMTER No. 71. Regnlar Con
vocation at Ma.ouic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ot eerv montli,
CALKO LODCi No.2:!7 F. & A. M. Regu
lar Communication at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Monday. of each montli.
AJ-EXANDER LODGE, '.-. JlerL in Odd
Fellows' Hall, in Arter' building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor .Tohn M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-O ove rnor .lohn Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Rummel ;
Auditor of State C. E. Llppincott :
State Treasurer E. N. Bate-;
Supt. Public Instnictiou Newton Bateman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
9epretentative for the state-at-LarL'e S.
Representative Thirteenth Di-trict .lohn
MEMBERS GE'EKAL ASSEMBLY.
Senaton, Firt District T. A. V- Holcomb,
f Union, and p. K. Gibson, of Gillalin.
Bprentatie, Firt Di-trict II. WaL-on
Stuart & Gholton's.
Jud.-e D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Prosrcutlni' Attorney .f. F. 3lcJartnev,
Sheriff A. H. In in.
Wm. Martin A.--or and Treaurer.
Jude F. Bro.
Associates J. E. MeCrit anl S. Marcldl
don. Qerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Got-man.
M UN'ICI PA L GO VEKNM F.NT.
Mayor .lohn 31. Laslen.
Treasurer R. A. Cuntdnziuo.
Comptroller E. A. Bumeu.
Otrk Mleha! HowVey.
Karthal Andrew Olnl
Attorney P. H.To.
Police 3laitratv i'. Ktrn xtmi K. -L
Chief of VoHtat. II. Myer.
Mayor John M. l-in-xlen.
Fbt Ward P. G. 'hnh.
fcernd WrfJ-C. IL vrtssinuit.
Third Ws.rii Jco. WyL
Fourth Wrd . .-txit TirVr.
Cityt-I-arje-W. p. HiitMiy is-J U.
tnxv.u or aldehkex.
First Ward -Jam. Uui-.a, A. B.
lord, Daae Waaler.
Second Ward-It. H. ti3BSJ4yUti, il Kt
oer, Q.. Sunrel, 4tia- swyt.
Third Ward Wu. strittn, J. B. I'biill.
Furth Ward-Jno. H. litox.,-u, (,. JJ.
Seas. J. H. Metcalf.
.v Mm Wav. John T, Guire, the
diver on the submarine steamer Kckcrlt
pnel through tho city eterdy, on his
way to tbu sunken stc&mor St. Mary t.
F.x Kfci"t.Ki. Sever! ,.r iie iiwtirl
poliiielmii f this neol; of wood, are yet
rnueli H;,'i:aUJ, and require soothing
draujliti to restrain them from patriotic
act' of iolelicu.
I. v To wx Mr. Potter. ..f tho Mound
City 'Journal' w in town yesterday con
sulting his H.si.uint political editor, who
still persists in declaring that tho Demo
cratic party i not dead.
To IJk KK-Oi-KXED.-Our citizens will
learn with pleasure that il is rumored that
the Orphan's aylum is to ta re-opened.
Material for it is becoming abund.int, and
t Cairo is ma unhealthy.
TiusKcotviM) Pauty. The lii Vive
Coterie propose to give a special party on
Thanksgiving evet.lng, ISth inst., at tho
St. Charles hotol. The party will bo a
grand one. Ticket r,0, Includinu sup
per. A New Kf.hr y Boat. The Cairo ferry
company hn. contracted with Howard
Bros, the fatnuiif boat-builder of Jetler-
wnville, Iml., for a new boat, much larger
arid inor.) (Kiwerful than the one now in
A Bah Joke. Wo could not, without
grext labor, express the delegation in
which we hold our cotcmporarv ho
said. '-Southern Illinois is the real horn
of plenty. There is enough of ourstaple
crop this year to corn-you-copiotisly. '
Kentucky Liiiraky Asociatiox. A
Hinted number of Gift Concert ticket for
the Kentucky Library Association can bo
uumiiiim ui v. ii. nock-well iX Uo., on
Commercial avenue. Tho salo will con
tinue uutil the 23th inst. ll.lO-'ji
The WuATitrit The mink rat nnd the
groundhog have both propluxieJ about
the cor.iing winter. They aro loincwhnt
conflicting, am! both run counter to Old
Probabilities at Washington. Harry
Wlkr, who Is tho main weather-wise
man In Cairo, say they are all wrong, anil
he confidently assert that ho has the best
weallier-eiualler in tho city, bottled up
and labelled, " Pure Whiskey."
Thk Parlor Kxtf.rtaixikxt. Not
withstanding the inclement weather of
list evening, a largo and very pleasant
party assembled at the residence of Mr. S.
Walter. The cntcrtainmont was n
purely social one not, as pub
lished by yesterday' paper, a parlor
concert, and was greatly enjoyed by every
body present. One of the last, but not by
any ri'ean the liat, enjoyable feature of
t ic occasion, was an elegant supper, served
'' with nealne and dispatch.' Tho uc
ceful host and hostes may congratulate
themselves on having atlorded an evening
of unmixed pleasure and gratification to
KkalE-ivtk Aoixt. Mr. Harman
will probably go into the real estate bust,
ness In this city. We hope ho may make
bushels of money. He is n gentleman of
unimpeachable honesty, truthful, don
right and big-hearted. Although he ha
been nn office-holder for muny years, and
ba taen an actlvo and prominent flguro
hereabouts in all the political contests, of
the last two decade', and ilthough lie has
been astaulled with tongue and pen, and
often maliciously abused, he stands to-Jay
acquittod by public opinion of any had
action or bad motl e, acknowledged by
political friend and foo to be an honeit
man and a good citizen.
A Row. George Hamilton and How
ard Crosr, two gentleman of color and
l'idical politics -gentleman who fleet
Munn and were delighted with UberJy s
Rnpuhllcnn peech, live in tho Fourth
ward, and llko all uppreciator of good
Radical oratory, haro a "flttne," who
blaz-s under the riamo of Nancy Gaw
tarry. Tho three often get drunk, and
whon they do they light. Lit Sunday
morning they kicked up a "lively old
row." They went at each other with
knives, and Cro came out of tho battlo
with seven dangerous .tabs in hi body
Hamilton was arrested bv Martin and is
now in the county Jsil waiting the result
of the wound inflicted bv him on Cm,.
hat and furs at
Lufki.v. We are informed that Mr. J
K. Lulkin, a merchant of Anna, Ills , has
purchased a building on the levee, between
Seventeenth and Eichteenth street, with
the intention of removing here and engag
ing in mercantile hu-ine.s.
Lr.x. ln Faxon has gone "os to'' the
Tobacco Plant" of Padueah. Len never
did think much of himself. He U carele
of his reputation. Bit, for all that, by
our Democracy! and it is above suipicion,
we wua in luce and fortune. With all
ii faults we love him still.
Both. Mr. Aif. CV.tinz, th-i noted
tearnboat builder, is in the citv, stopping
at the s't. Charles. Cept. Wm. Hambte
ton, the noted man of tie marine wavs of
Mound City, w in town yesterdv, ihe
uardUn of Pott.-.
f II Yall IAS.
R.S. BRIGHAM. M. D..
Homeopathic Physician and .-ur?,ii of.
fice 130 Commercial avenue, licidenx on
fenth street, three door wet or R
V oodward. lis.-'V'in '
un. n. u. taukk;
Will resume the practice of ,u profe.i0n
with esiacial reference to the electrica
treatment ot dl-caMn in all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
m ". fc"'alu "mplalnt. a lady
will be In attendance. '
Office, 128 Commercial aenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM ll. smith if ii
ESIDKNUK-S,.. i .r... .'..' .
0. WriHJNNINd t i-
rVMbee-coiner hlxth "tr.et "S i Ohio le-ee'
Omca bours-froH, a .m, to iri., s"Ja i.'in '
II. WAHDNEH, M.D.
R wii?S:Co,n''r Nlneuenth slre.t .d
A Comkliwest. The ."it Ii 'Tim
y: lsn-srit athan K-inn-v thinks
Cairo is improving rapidly.and it d-:inel
in r.o diilant futa.-e to a Urg; citv.
Th general eiprws himelf a hishlv
plaii Ith :h trtatmint h receirtd on
lei .-mo: vii: m ci.-o.
ritr-sati'.. Tat ai itsi i&tor?,:
titiy k:i.vtt r Wwkssj .
ttUtt I. Jitir iatrt--eijv; tit A, ti'.
:Ur u: s v.l. r'.i- xvi vtnVt uii
4 uj 7 viB W. Unit y
- as. t-4 I iXtUl
itri Ltr I've Urt fun u
wit j u V. Ur jmtt y. m Jut
?W w4 m WawgM v tW tmy.
iM, tils-? ht4 irmsj imi, xsA
tuj nll-i j.t'.;t.ire L.TtvUil
Cill f5 l: jvjh
W; c uj 3aw Tx Sitit gjsAt oA Vow
!". fltlt Kivsn,
to rfs t
i it i.ol riti-Dt'y.f j.lk Vt uo insula..
th'; old man ti a 'iwi Ctn vre
VrtiU :U!vu a on Ut llisf At
su' h conduct in dirrt tv;'iiin Vt the
eternal principles of the tftt Uuf:i tit-
party, or I if And wey, we pass's for
M.v .Sai.oo.v. AiiMirii.,t ', fiiUni uti
the mliMjn In Riser's huildin
Coiiiinerclul avenue and Eighth street, in
splendid style, furnishing tho bar with all
kinds of tine lienor, winii, alo, taer, ett
Aiiselinnit is a well-known bar-keerr
Olk Suutiiekx Outlkt. Tho impor-
tence to Cairo of the railroad now in
process of construction connecting Cairo
with Now Orletr.s and Mjbile, is not ap
preciated by our citizens. When com
pleted, Cairo will immediately become a
great distributing point. Chicago, New
Orleans and Jlobilo are all becoming
deeply interested in the., important rail
road enterprises, from which they expect
to reap much proflt. A lettor to the Chi
cago ' Riilway Review' from New Or
leans, contains tho following:
'Your articio on New Orleans ws
copied here, and pleased the people very
much. Our trade to and from the South
nnd Wen is to bo very closely connected,
and with great taneilt to taili sections.
Should the West import wholly this wav,
and via Cairo and Cnicago, it would reduce
the expenses on their iniports nearly one
half, anil thus enable them to ever under
sell New York from Chicago to ail point.
Our rail connection once made perfect
via Chicago, and we can aecuro a Western
and Southern business never before at
tracted to our Western route to and from
A Compliwf.xtary N'otict. A wide
awakes correspondent of the New Orleans
Price-Current, writing from Columbu,
Kentucky, to hi paper, say of Cairo:
Cairo' is undoubtedly to become an im
portant eiiy. Both rivers deliver their
upplies. of food, lul and raw material.
An ever open navigation will deliver the
perfected minufscturw everywhere. The
ran converging at Cairo will make her a
lipping port during the ice of winter and
the low water of the upper rivers. Al
ready Ler titir.i,f are redeeming the city
from orerSov. nd the ridicule of Dicker, I
siitf. this "Eden of fevtr and ague and
alligsViM -. m ta applicable, lu
ll approtcii&g e.-v tt.n lUrirn tnouop.
Xti -a, taer ut tt vt.-.. Ci' raay
.-i,Jy v '.Kiv,t. in: a fc,p-
J."f- Tirtit jt it, -Mtosi ir vat :i.e
tijtiltvi;vs ui IMzm ttA Mh-
JIOXKAY EVKXt.MI. Nov. 18, 18
We have no change to note In tho con
dition of the general mnrkol. Somo
branches of trado have been a little slack,
while others hav.i Improved. Wholesalo
grocers aro kepi limy Oiling ordors for
coll'eo sugar and other staples at un
changed prices. Receipts of grain and
hay have been, all tilings conildored,
pretty satisfactorily disposed of. Oats are
very Arm at an advance over last week.
Corn is excessively dull, and tlioro is very
little dlirerenco In tbo prieo of white, yel
low or mixed, as will be seen in our rcvort
of sales. Hay is quiet and lower, no de
mand at all for common,
Tho weather continues freezing cold.
Freights are still' at quotations.
gQSrCorre.'pomlent. should bear in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
otherwise ttated, and that in tilling small
orders higher prices must be paid.f
Kl.Ori! Tho market continues very
dull, nothing at all doing except In a job
bing or small retail way. The flour mar
ket is setting in very late this season. Our
report of sale compriio 340 bbls, -00 bbls
XXX $G fi'igC 76 j 100 bbls various
grades fa,"t nnd 10 bbls various grades
S7 50(j?y 60. Wo have no report from
the city mills.
HAY Choice hay is a little dull and
lower, common is not wanted at any price,
receipts of all kinds are in oxces of the
demand, nnd prices tend lower. Sales con
sist of 11 cars choice mixed and timothy
dcl$t&i3i8 50; i! cars timothy mixed, del
fIS 00; ' cars timothy mixed, del $18 &0;
A curs and i cars choice mixed, dol $1"; 1
car (iinothy, del jl8; 1 car prime timothy,
del il": 1 car mixed, del S10 50, and 1
car red top, del 115.
CORN Largo stock on tho market, ri
ceipts of all kinds are liberal while the de
mand is very light, dealers are making lit
tle, if any diflerenvo in the price of while
aud mixed. The market closed to-day at
t'2Y.ic for mixed, and s4(luc for white
sacked nnd delivered.
WHITE CORN Sales consist of 7 cars
in sacks, del 4'jc; 2 enrs in bulk on track
3,Vj j 5 cars (o!d early) in sacks, del 'It'
(J.,')0e; .1 curs in bulk on truck 37Jc, and 1
car choice white (sold early) 4Pc.
MIXED CORN Gears sold in sacks,
del 41c; o cars in burlap, del 43c ; 14 car
itljack, dol 43044c; 'J cars yellow
in bulk on truck 3lc; 1 car do in sacks
del 44c j G cars mixed, del 43(S4lc, and
cars mixed in sacks, del 42c.
OATS. Market i very firm at quota
tion Demand good ; receipts are all taken
and prices ure stiff. Sales comprise 1!
cars and 12 cars in sacks del at 'He; Gears
choice northern sacked and delivered
3.'c; 3 cars in sa:ks on orders 32c; 9 cars
In sacks del 3Uc; 3 cars choice mixeJ
in bulk on track 2.!ic; and G cars do on
CORN MEAL Continues in active de
mand at unchanged prices. We have no
reports of the sales this week by the City
Mill;. Sales in the general market com
prise Snu bbls steam dried del $2 40
BRAN Firm at quotations. Sales
consist of 'i car in sacks del 118 00(3,18 10
BUTTER Cboice'is In good demand
at 'J5c. Common plenty and dull. 10
pkgs choice roll sold at 2So : 10 pkgs solid
packed 25c ; and COO lbs roll and packed
EGGS Market bare. No receipts;
Shipments would find ready sale at 25c or
CHICKENS Have been dull for
weeks, shipments of small chickens will
starve to death or eat themselves up in
feed. 'J coops small chickens sold ut
1 00 per dozen : S3 dozen good $'J ,30 to
2 75; 2 coops good live chickens $2 fiO;
20 dozen dre.-sd chickens $3 00.
TLTRKEYS Are in demand and scarce
::ood live one are worth $12 C014 00
per dozen. 200 pounds, dressed sold at 15c
APPLES Choice are in demand and
flr.d a ready market. Sale, were loO bbls,
t'J 75 to s'iO.
POTATOES The freezing weather
has blocked up this branch ot the rnnrket,
and no sales have been made.
ONIONS. Not much doing. 50 bbls
wM t Si 20 del.
PLASTERING HAIR. 35c V b-j.tel.
MM K. In lou tl T, V 1 Ui V bbl.
CKMKNT At vboletalo U
8J. ; Whiskey, 60c. ; Lumber, M M. t)7 (.; I
Hcirvy trcteM ft cwU.lTJc. I
TO NEW ORLEANS.-Floiirbbl,ri0c.,'
Potatoes M)c. ; Apple, Wc. ; Pork, 74. '
Whiskey, 1 00 ; lly V ton, 7 (W j Corn V
cwt., ittc. ; Oal, a5c. ; Tobacco y hhd.
5 (to ; Cotton 4 hale, 1 6o j Lumber V
0 00. Heavy fr eight, y cwt.
Steamer Armadilla, Memphis
" Charles Bodmann, Now Orleans
" Mollle Moore, New Orleans
' Glasgow, Now Orluans
" Sam J Hale, Cincinnati
" llllnoii, Columbus
" Jim Kisk Jr., Padueah
Stjamcr Armadilla, Cincinnati
'! Charles Bodmann, at. Louis
" Molllo Moore, St. ImuU
" (Hasgow, St. Louis
'' Sam .1 Hale, Now Orleans
" WilJ Duck. St. Louis
" llllnol, Columhus
" .Mm Kisk Jr., Padueah
II 10 MUllDV COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any lime, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut real, In any quantity, nnd on usual
term, at the yard at grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application,
II. V. Olyi'Hant,
D. A Bokke, Oeri'l Supt.
Sales Agent. ,1-lS-ly.
The fine steamer Emma (,'. Elliott will
leave at 10 o clock this mornim? for St
Louis and all way landings. The regular
Anchor lino packet will leave for Mem-
phis, Vicksburg and all way points this
evening at ti o'clock. Tho now steamer
John B. .Maude is tho boat bound for New
Orleans. The tine Jim Kisk is tho regular
packet for Padueah and all way landings,
leaving at 4 j o'clock this day
COXDITloX OF TUB KIVEIta.
The Ohio is steadily risin gjat this point
The packet from bolow report t ieet to
Memphis. Thero is less than 5 feet in tho
channel to St. Louis, and thero is every
propeet of less than 4 feot in a few days.
Special dispatches to Til K Bl'LLKtix re
port the condition of the Miisissippi and
Ohio rivirs at various places.
IIUht.VH AXIl WEITHF.R.
Busincs at the landing was fair, and re- j
ceipts and shipments woro large. The
weather was still cold.
The Wild Duck and barges laid here
24 hours discharging and reshipplng
The Mary Alice went up the Miisissippi
yesterday to meet the J. N. Kellogg and
bargei, and will help her out. The Kel
logg has two freight and several empty-barges.
The Mollio Mooro discharged 41 tons
at the I. C. R. R. wharfboat. Capt.
Frank McCosh, her clerk stopped here
and left on the morning train for his
home, at Centralis. He will meet bis
boat at St Lonii.
The Quickstep enmo down from Mouud
City for fuel, and left for Evansvllle flying
light. During her sojourn at Mound City
she has been repaired from stem to item,
and her hull is as good as new. All the
bow planks have been taken out and new
ones placed in, nnd she is now in splendid
condition for a busy season.
The Miss. V. T. Co. are sending to tbii
port from St. Louis all their tow boats and
empty barge, as It is expected that the
Mississippi river will be closed with Ice
soon this winter, and they want to get all
their boats and barge to this port before
Tbo Chas. Bodrnann put out a small
quantity of freight and left for fct. Louis
with two bargei in tow.
The Sam. J. Hale, with a barge in tow,
was a week corning from Cincinnati. She
had a full trip of freight after transfer-
ting Irsrn the barge, and did not add any
Tne Armadilla ha a quantity of cotton
for the Ohio rivor.
The Glasgow discharged largely and bad
a fdir trip, including 1,000 boxes sugar for
The Sain. J. Halo left the Robert Mitch
ell aground on Grand Chain, but she will
probably be found at the wharf this morr.
ALSO MADE TO ORDER.
OF ANY KOH.M OK PATTERN
Have alio on hand a
Fine Stock cf Jewelry,
Of tbier own and other Manufactures.
CLOCKS OF ALL KIND."
If rt wot UM-DvssxX'rati.
. fr Mr. Gr!'r
IW. U, KIAJM,
Surgeon and Mechanical
Offlce, Commercial Avenue between
and Tenth ktreet, mui
I would rehpcctlully aunouncu to the CHI.
VACIk ,f 1'al.n n.i.l Cm II .. l(
that 1 have opened an office for the praet .-!
v my profeMlou at the above menth ed
plac., where"! hope to recede a Miare ol he
public patrouaKe. All person, wlsbin i
my baat dtutal woik hotild give uie i Va
and hai a host of Iricnd among tho lovirs
of good liquor, and v,e aro sure he will rC-
ceiv Ins dbaro of their patronage. The
saloon win opened yoterday.
,,nMK A(iAiN.Mr. (Joldstine, of tho
firm ol Oolditinn ic Rosenwatur, has ro
lurnod home from New York, whero ho
has been making largo purchases of wlri.
ter dry goods, clothing, etc. Luckily, Mr
"oldstlne hud completed all his purchases
hrore the. Bo.ton fire, and theroforo be
fore the l.u advanee in price. Messrs
S 2rir ,:x'!C,11"t:1i " tho.o now
2 l o They a,k the
Ct'37r '-. 1 I'.ivh wirf. ; WHKAT-Thepn'x U-day, rjiud
& J O l.)tb, tAw". il Wvu by tie City Mills, are No I White,
Vi .'.rtb. uj .Vjilj kwtv i t . , il 75; No. 2 White, tl Vt I'.ri by
Ptj!; i. Mm mtt,AsjrS,iutuutvl .ittuiAK i V) Vt V) , Mediterrsneaa
tlii WKtt ill V) to 1 '. Dnip or tough wheat i
bACKl5.-K'iefc'J Outlines M-.kl'j
vnsj mvv vt tt v;:t4 i
In the us-tler vf ;Le tv.tte of (. Vt'.
HvutAiti, fiuiiunlruWr p;vkre4, Judg-u-evt
dotertid Ivt the t-utu ol ftO la a of
fourth clu-t citUuit.
In the ettfcte of Henry W. TobU. d.
mttvi nduiiim.trator uppetired. le'mg
forth in lit teport the inwlvenvy of the
wute Import tpptood and kdimnietrh
tvr diM.htr ftouj iny further liability.
In the mutter ol tLe ettte ti Jwepb JJ
Taylo' j.tition -xuntied and
approved. OrdettJ that Mrs. Julia Tw
lor be granted tetter of adoiloutratrjx of
In thu matter of the ettte of N. M.
Randall, deceased, rejwtt approved and
time given for Anal settlement.
In the matter of the elate of Charles
Kurlr, deceased, teport received and aii-
proved. Ordered that the administrator
ae nonis non do uisuiiargoi I rem any lur
In th'i matter of the estate of Benjamin
T. Boas, ordered that Solinon Ha.lewood
Warren Durham and Henry Whitaker
bo appointed appraisers of said estate, and
that lo Elizabeth Boa, his widow, bo
granted letter of adminUtratix of the ei.
In tho metier of tho estate of John II.
Clark deceased, report of tho administrator
was examined and ordered recorded, and
said estato being Anally eetthul, it was
ordered that tho administrator be dis
chiirgiid from all furtlinr liabilitloK.
Kkatiikiih in largo or email quantities
at very low figures at 11. Levi's hldu
tore, on Ohio Levee. 10 18dtf
Corn Burlapt, 'il I'sit. K, IH cU. Iii
proved 'unmet, 2j Buthel, 21 cti. OaU
Burlaps, d Buthel Ti cU. Cotton mm
i:t,i bbgt, 'i'j to 'h ;U each.
PROVISIONS. Huvur Cured Hams
pluin lb Ui to 17c. Shoulders
Wacon cj. ; Char hides Bacon, l'lfn3Ylis
Breakfutt Bacon, WojWk.
LARD Prime leal bid, lu
tierce. V Bi, Wk I'K. i In
ke( V V,, IH to 10J',
TKArt-lmperial, 7.V&1 Vt; Oiiiim
der, VAl itt; Oolong B.aek, "V(il M ;
loung Hyn, jl Ml V).
CJUXSi:. New Vork KaeUjry, new, tt
hVRI Prf-Choice V gallon, li'icJI 00
New Orlealin, 7yiW)c.
ni:i:i).i. Millet t. hiohel, $2 00; Timothy
r.l .Viv-'i T.'i, Red Topijl 7fito8 00. Clovm
;01''KKIJ Iaa, 'iAQm. j Laguuyra, 'it
ei'i'lj. Rio, Prime to Choice, to 'i'lje.
BROOMS. Common lloiiho i dozen, $1
U) ; Choice to Extra, $3 00& To ; S. B. )4 Ta)
BKESAVAX, 1? lb Mo.
SOAP. .Schaea'er'a (leriiian mottled;
7ic ; Chuliipalgn Hoap, 7)c-
TALLOW, 'fl to 7c.
SUGAR Cotleo A. lojc; to 14c;
Crushed Powdered und (irauiilattd Sugar
lu to 1'ljt!.
rREIOHT. CO'lTON, Compresaed, Ui
NKW VOIIK, Hoc; to llOh'ION tjl no. Un
uomprented, to Nkw YoitK,! 14; to Hoi
PRKKillT TO Mt-aiPIH.S.-yioui,"aUu;
Hay, i oo ; Com cwt., 17Jc. ; OaU, 174c
Potatoe., Vhbl., 30.; Apple, Hoc. ; Pork,
.STEAM 110 AT BUTCHER
lily jrailuaatl Huk Mulldln.
iiisi iviiiqq i-ain cior'lvr iroin sin
Until oiiflit 'it 'In
'i ll A SKHd I VINO PA KT V.
IS y THK
QUI VIVE COTERIE
Till: KS DAY KVK.VINfi,
MlVXMItKK iW, 1H7'J.
All thoe Jiolillnir invitation lo tin, wri,.-
oi nve, rekpei tiuny invlteii to attend.
II SO It M 'IM,,,",,nf S'll'I'fi'.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIETWICrN WAHU'K XVXHVK A Nil WALNUT
Br. B. K. fluids Informs tne puBltc that be Ims
L I V E Jt y ,V T A a I. K,
on the northwest aula of Taath itreei aa a sue
Ills matins will be furnished with nsno tut trie
AND OOOD VEHICLES.
ami the public may he aecoiumodated at all
hours of the day and night with aare teams
on the lowest tenuN.
Dr. Fields askaa share of iiiihllnnatroiinie
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
aud strict attentleu to businan.
SOLID SILVER WARE
Special rapairers of Una anddllDcult
WAT G H
Ou the corner of 12th -trcct aud WMhluHon
a enue, opposite Bulletin offlce.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, i,2i
Tuition from ft to fH) per term.
IN CLASSES OK l TO 4 SACH.
No pains will ho spared to make II
to all concerned.
N. P. CURTICE, Director,
leacherof Vocal, OrKan and Plu.io Music,
. M. RODENBAUOII,
leather of Wlrd and Striu In, ruiuentI.
(fefc rlrciilai.) ,,.u ,f
me rt ,n,i Kir.t p.,niIf r
Kt. Thomah, Clerk.
viK3" Le; Cairo for Padueah and Evan..
rtMSft Thur? "d Sunday a,v.nln
u pCKct. tor
freight or paasaire aDDlv t.i
MHnium rasserjjfer Ajj'
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUOAH fcV A s"
The tine Passenger Packet
i RQLB Y RUM)
lyLeaves Cairo for Padueah and Evan
v De every Tueisd.y and Friday evening at
o'clock. For frelirht or oiuiun SZF
hoard or to
freight or passago apply on
Jamks Bioog, Passenger Ag't.
"iU.1"?. P. EVANSVIJJ.K
Tho One low prewure Passenger Packe.
W. B. PENNINGTON Matt
a"3r"Leaves Cairo ever W,lnl..
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Padu :ah
and Evansvllle. For freight or paaaage ap-
JAMta Biogs, Paaaenger Ag'l.
C'AIHO AND PADUCAH
To spltodlJ Uaro.f
Dick Fowlm, Captain
Leave. Cairo DAILY, (fiundayexrepted), at
4 p.m. or freight or passage apply on hoaru
Ui lO .1 1 a Ustlibv at ..'a
fun air ., s i.
CAIKi. AND MOUND CITY
Will mak thrao trip .Uil.
I.KlVINn CAIIIO I LtiV'fl wntTVr, nr
A'V, a-in. At Silo a.m.
At 11 ..a.tnlAt l-M p.m.
At 4:30 .n.m. At i. ..
aif' m,wV' cnu' ,u ckeU 'lor
J Ml. V, IU land, when hailed, at any good
Intermediate landing for paasengerS oi
, , . Cairo, Ills., Nov. 8, 1872.
Vt e have thin dav funned a ti.rtn.r.1,1,.
for the I)linioc ol doini; a forw.nr.llnLr n,l
eomuiUiioii and general uharfhoat huslnesa.
lie u;ic Wl lull Ui 111 "III Of I.1UIOI1 cV UlT.
11-Jsiw. S. M. Oku.
THKMOSTBKAIJTIFULFINI.su. "Mtkii states mailshaias sale.
Bv lrtlire of a writ of !l .... ,r
the district court of the 1'nltcd States for
Ami many unique ami nltraetive
the .Southern district of Illinois,, n admlraltv
l1-.';'1 "Vh,e nr"f.ui,Jr or November, A. D
IS. i, will he sold at public eale to the
highest and best bidder, for cash, at Cairo,
'i' JIJ,'Ji?,tri';t: ,?n ."'o nb " "I" November
A. I). lb,.', at 10 o Vlnck n in fi,n fii,. i...:
SILVER PLATED WAKE ""ffiffiu'Cw";
apnarel and furniture
At prices that defy competition.
Iter boat, tackle,
ho name liailnir been ,.,..i,.,...i .....i
, . . . , " ''.'..1,1... 1, u 11 u
ordered by the court to he nold.
KlMVARD R. ROE,
ripringlleld, Ills., November
Sealed lirouoaU will lie r, ,lv,..i ,i.-
city clrrk'H oltice until 7
Monilay, the ar-cond day of December, A.
p., 1872, for furnishing the material, or do.
Ing the work, or both, for the construction
of Nldewalka on Hie following named street,
to-wlt: On the northerly aldo of Twelfth
street from the tenninuH of the present ride
walk on said street, between Walnut and
I.K Ltrunt. ... f '.... ........ . . .
WARKA.NTYD AS REPRESEN TED. I southerly side oT Thimet, .Mre.tV
Commercial avenuo to Washington avenue
on the cast side or llolbrook avenue from
west Twenty-third street to west Twenty,
fotirto a reet: on the south side
Twciitv-fourth street from llolhmnb . ,,..
to Park avenue.
Said propotaN f hall be directed to the city
councir, and will ho opei ed at a Joint meet
ing of the council at the timo above named.
,.."A" 1 """"J ' accordance
w Hi the provisions. reouireni,.i,ta .,.i
i,. . . .:., li.i",UJ ,""t(,!,"JecttoeXauilna.
And every thing in our line of builneii
CALL AND SEE.
The citv renerveu tl,., ri,.i,. .
i. i i JL" ' 1'owi.kv, City ClerK,
Cairo, llg Nov. 15, 1872. - ,not
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable farm within even mil n
Metropolis, on the Jonesboro Road, consUt
llllf Of 200 acres with 00 acrea cleared n,i
other improvements, now owned and form
erly occupied, by J. T. Rennle,
TERMS. One-fourth downlitne in
one, two and three years notes aecured by
"::'4r6V;.,r":J . miereat.
N. II. The timber la irooil .nd h vr
been culled und uo timber will be permitted
to he cut or med. except what It neetaaary
lor the wear anil tear at tin. until v.'
the accond payment hat beta made.
r urioiurBiaiion apply to
A. l. 1. MJWXIUE