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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1873.
PJUnmf A5-liItli Strrtt.
TrMeMac, HabbaUi at 13 a.m. and 7 p i
m 1 1 Mi mlrtil.
MstTHODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8U.
mniUm, Wdiielay at J
tdrau Rv. II. Tiutm, Pastor
Prichlnf, Sabbath at 10i a-m., ar
rrayermeeUa, Wednesday, p,
Sabbath School, X p.m. I W.
HupertDtanaeai. imv. r. u.
CHURCH OP TUX WtDEKMXll (Kplsco-
tornlng prayer. Sabbath 10 a.m.
Evening prayers, 7" p.m.
Sabbath School, 9 m.m.
Rrt. R. Coax, lector.
ST. PATRICK'S CIIUBCU-Mnth St. and
PubUo aerrleo, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 a.m.
Vesper, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
fctrrlce every day, 8 a.m.
Rev. P. J. o'JUtxoitA-f, Prtttt.
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. (German,) cor-
ner of Walnut and Cro street.
Mass, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vespers, 3 p. in.
Mass during week day, ft o'clock a. m.
Ukv. C. Huffman, Priest.
street between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday moraine at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath school at 1 o'clock p.m. 11. C.
ltKV. Ilon'T. Hklrio, Pator.
rnnvn vvvs christian assoCIA.
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
Co'a book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7' p.m. at
L. W. Stim.wkl! President.
SCCnVn MIRKIONAIIY BAPTIST
CUUHCIL Corner Sycamore and Forty-
mrtt atreets. rrearmng oaDuatn at 11
o'clock a. in. and :i o'clock p. ra.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church la connected with the Illinois
Association, bv the Firrt Missionary Ha
ttt Church ot Cairo.
rkv. Solomon Lionabp, Pastor.
FltlCAN MBTHODIST.-Fourleanth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
ervlce. Sabbath. 11 a.m.
batb School. 1) p.m.
,sm meet at 3 p.m.
iCCOND FREE WILL BAPTIST'-Plf-tt
enth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service! Sabbath. 1' and 3 p. m.
Hev. N. Kickh, Paitor.
FREE WILL BAPTIST HOME MLSION
SAIUIATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Kin)l HMiniil. 0 a.m.
MUST FREE WILL BATTIST CHURCH
-Currv i Barrack.
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. .jp.in.
Rkv. Wm. Kellev, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Salibain, JUJ a.m. ana p.m.
u .-... m..iin(. lvilnniiHitt' rpninir.
'Miaatlaa Ballrtlsi IMlMK
Wood for $1 por load at the box fac
IIkri:. Lieutenant-Governor Dough
erty wat in town yesterday.
Amsklmekt. Tbo new saloon In Rlt-
era building li having a good tun of cut-
Lots or It. TLIrty-flve hundred bar-
rnli of pork arrived by tho Illinois Can
ttal yesterday, all comlgnwl to one man at
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening
lrnplilnir. Kriilav evuilmr.
Sabbath School, li p.m. John " anUaxler
and Mary Stephen. Superintendent.
Rev. T. J. Shores,' Ptor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH-Fourtee nth
ttreet, between Cedar and Walnut. Tho
only Baptl-t church recognized by the Af
oclation. Venice, Sabbath, U a.m. 3 p.m. and p.m.
Rfv. Jacob Biiadlky, Elder.
AIRO ' COMMANDER Y, No. 13.-Stated
Arnmblv at tiic Anylura Matonlu Hall, first
and third Saturdays In each month.
3AIRO COUNCIL, So.&i. Regular Convo
cation at Maaonlc Hall, the aecond Friday
In arh month.
CAIRO CUAl'TER No. 71. Regular Con-
vocation at Maoonlc Hall, on tue miru
Tuesday of every month,
CAIRO LODQE, No. 137 F. & A. M. Regu
lar Communication! at Mionlc Hall, tlie
aecond and fourth Monday of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, K9-MeeU in Odd
Fellow' Hall, in ArterV building, every
Thunday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John 31. Palme r ;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Rummel ;
Auditor of Hute-C. . Llpplncott :
Bute Treaurer E. N. Rate ;
Supt. Public Inttmctlon Newton Bateman
Benator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
SepreaenUtive for the State-at-Large S.
Reprcientatire Thirteenth District Tohn
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEJIBLY.
Senator, Fint DUtrict T. A. E. Holcomb,
f Union, and S. K. Ulbon, of Gallatin.
Repreientativc, First Dlittrict H. WaUon
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Sheritr-A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Asiewr and Treasurer.
Judge F. Brow.
Ajwciate-J. E. McCrite and S. Marcbll
don. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Gorain.
Mayor .lohn M. Lan-den.
Treuxurer R. A. CmminKham.
Comittroller E. A. Burnett.
Marabal Andrew Cain.
Attornev P. H. Pon.
Police MagUtrate F. Brou and B. Shan
neiiy. Chief of Police L. II. Myers.
Mayor John M. Landen.
Firrt Ward P. O. Hchub.
Second Ward C. B. Woodward.
Third AVard Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. SUata Tarlor.
Clty-at-Large-W. P. JIaflidny nd I
BOARD OF ALT)ERNE.V.
Fint Ward-Jamcn Reurden, A. B. Saf-
lord, Jaac Walder.
Becond ard It. II. cunnlnglum, E. Ilu
i 1 1 t?. i '
ucr, niauKKi, tiauic awayne.
Third Ward-AVm. Stratton, J. II. PhlllU.
Fourth Ward-Jno. Ii. Robinnon, G. II.
seaae. J. II. Kctcair.
R. S. BIUGHAM, M. D.,
Homeopathic Phyniclan and Surgeon.
nee iiw commercial avenue, ileaiucnce on
doon wet of C. R.
DR. B. 0. TABER!
Will return the practice of bU profeatlon
wjib riicini rnerence to me eicctrica
treatment ol dleae In all the new and im
proved methodi of application.
In U case of female complaint a lady
will be In Attendance.
Office, lag Commercial avenue, up ulra.
WILLIAM R. BMiTIi, M. D.
ffifcilw . X?!.i;'"rl0.,1.","iue Walnut lUMt.
0o-UlOoranircltl trenun, up lUlri.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
i5K2V0,,D'r 1u,h ,", ,", Ohio leva".
'me houra-ffun, a ,m. to 18 tn and t p.ni
l.inS.vJV'ARDNKK. M' D'
li WihiJSr;wCorDM Nlaeuenth street and
DU. R, BLUM,
Surgeon and Mechanical
r T 1ST!
1 would mpMtfully announce to Ui (in.
au of Cairo and Surrounding Countrr
Uat X bava opened au office for the nractlca
ol mi Profe-Io t tha above mentioned
ptM, wlwrI hope to receive a ihar. ot the
liMle patroBage. AJ1 peraona wlihtng the
vary kMt dsul work ihould gUt m a u
loity S. Dumiam'h yemt powder for
purity and lrength if unequalled. Try
It, and you will me no other.
Colk. The weather i decldelly un-
luniionauio. a no winter bat mado an
oaillor appearatico In Cairo thl teuton
than for many year.
A Dead Heat. A noted doad beat and
bummer, who haili from Cincinnati, and
cIlt hlratelf Capt. Gordon, wn lent on
the chain gang for thirty day?, yetterday.
TllANEa We are Indebted to Jack
Winter for a can of the flnet kind of
oyitcr. Jack hat now a great "r.tn"
upon bit bank for oynterf, flih and game.
He kecpt the b4t.
Temperance Lecture, Father
O'ftrien, an eloqnent Catholic prlett, will
lecture on temperance in St. Patrlck't
church, Sunday evening next, for the ben
efit of the propoied new Catholic church,
Sidewalk. The chain gang hat been
doing good tervlce In repairing ildewalkt
on Eighth ttrect It it a fart that the
ildewalkt in thii city are in a better con
dition than tby hkve been wltbln tbo
lt flvo yoaw.
Co UN TERTEiTERa. Greenback counter
foitert hare been working up this city.
A i')0 bill wai patted Monday night on
ono of our Commercial avenue merchant!,
and another on the proprietor of a down
Kentucky Lidrart Association. A
llmted number of Gift Concert tickett for
tho Kontucky Library Anociatlon can be
obtained of W. B. Rockwell & Co.. on
Commercial avenue. The tale will con
tinue until the 25th intt 11-10-td
That Cui-ola. The cupola of the
Arab engine homo It a wonder, if not a
rayttery. It it a combination of Mantard
and Cbinete, with a litllo of the Turkith
eletnont mixed in. The combination it
attractive if not beautiful.
The Lost Found Hiram Hill, who
thipped hit diving apparatut from Cincin
nati to Cairo on the tteamer Umpire, lot
it when that boat waaiunk near Shawnee
town, but ho hai recovered it and it now
in Cairo ready for jobt.
A regular communication of Delta
Lodge No. 6C8, y. and A. M, will be held
in Masonic Hall tblt (Tburtday) evening,
Nov. 21tt, 1872, A. L. 6872. Butineit of
tpcclal Importance to bo trantactod. Vit
King brethren cordially Invited to attend
Jab. A. Piiillis, Sec'y.
Fatten Them Wo are requeitud by
Metsn. Grant and Palmer to be thankful
on tbo 28th intt. Let ut fatten our tur
key that wa may comply with thlt ro
quett in a proper manner. A full-ttom-achod
Chrittain it alwayt more thankful
than a hungry one.
Jewelrt. For the fall trade and hoi-
iday pre-enU. We havo jutt got In the
flnestttock of tolld illver. nlated and
gold goodt ever brought to thii city.
Gold, illver and ivory bead cane, and
many article! attractive and boautlful
Call hnd tee and judge for yourielvM.'
"We can thow you fine goodt and low
PrIce- Taber Bros.
For Murder. Williami, tho colored
detporado who murdered Mullen at
Mound City over a year ago, and who
wat tentenced to be hung but obtainod a
new trial, it now buing tried at Mound
City. Some difficulty wat experienced in
obtaining a Jury. At lait advicet, ioven
wbitt jurort and ono colored juror bad
been obtainod. Thii ii the fint initance of
a twgro lerving on a jury in Southern
Siiocked. Tho delicato nervei of ouf
teniitivo contemporary of tho 'Sun' have
boen ahooked by our retnarkt about
Ohrittmas turkey. "Wo do not remem
ber of teeing or reading a more Irreverent
paragraph anywhere," blandly romarkt
wio rengioui fellow of the 'Sun.' We aro
to orry, and would like to biro him at
ruaionaoie price to pray for in by tho
week. o need It, and do not know
tnoro efloctlvo oheap nraver-makBr ibun
For the Hrlect Council The 'Sun'
has nominated fur the tolecl couucil
Metiri. Taylor, Wood and Phillip?, all
abla and clover gentlomen. If wa are to
havo a select council any longor, wo don't
know any objection wa bava to urgu
against either of tho gentlemen suggested :
but we are drifting towards the beliof that
tbo tolect council tt an unneccisary lux
ury. It wat a necessity, pouibly, when It
wat creatod, but, nt thii time, it Is neither
a necettity nor an ornament It It a uie
lest body. Our Impulse It to declare In
favor of tha abolition of this "House of
Lords," and, in order, among othor dcilr
able things, that thii coutummatlon may
Ik) obtained, wo are inclined to advocate
tho adoption of the itAto law providing for
the incorporation of cities and villages, in
place of our present charter.
Countt Court. Probate matter.
Judge Dross presiding, J. U. Lynch,
county clerk. Third day. In tbo matter
of tho estato of Honry 1). Thompion, re
port approved and ordered on record.
In the matter of George Curly, deed,
report approved and ordered that tho ad
mtnistrator give due notice to tho heir
that he will apply for a dUclmrge at ad
ministrator. If no heirs make their ap
pearance, ho it to pay over to the county
all moneys In bit bandt. In the matter of
the guardianship or Franrli Lazare and
Henry Latare, Ktnily Lame filed ber
letters of guardianship.
In the matter of the guardianship of
Frazier 1). Parker and Wm. T. Parkor,
mlr.or heirs of Josephine Parker, deceas
ed, lettert of guardiantblp were graatcd
to Dyat T. Parker.
The balance ol the day wat occupied by
resding and approving tho records.
The court, befuri adjourning, will cite
all administrators, executors and guar
dians who are in default in making their
annual or final reportt, or filing any other
paperi required by law. It would there
fore be well for parties ititercslod to make a
note of this.
Look to the Poor I The Winter ap
proaches with its cold blasts, and may tho
Lord help us to stretch forth a hand to re
lieve tho suffering' of the poor I Wo are
all too carelei. Our eyes do not luok af
ter those who need the poor who are al
ways with us. Lot us reform this careless
ness, and be active In work? of charity ;
and that this activity may bo eiTcctive it
ihould bo organired activity. "Who will
itep forward and call into an organized so
ciety the charitably disposed people of
Cairo, so that during the Winter now
shaking our windows and doors with
icy breath we may te ready to promptly and
with effect respond to tho demands of hu
manity in relieving the wanti and driving
away the ditrest ol tho noedy? Read
tbo following plaintlvoappeal, by Anna L.
Ruth, and our word for it you will be in a
mood to enter upon the good work we have
tuggested. Tho poem it a gem of its kind :
hik eleventh hour.
Whict, Mr ! Would ye plazc to peak aly
And lt ye down there by the dure i
She 'leopt.tlr, to light and " rcntles-,
he hear every' tP on the llure.
Whut all her? God known! he' been
For month, and the heat drive her wild ;
The summer lui wasted and worn ht-r
Till (die's only the glio.t ol a child.
All I have ? Yes she l, and God help me !
I'd three little darlinU beside,
A- purty as ivcr ye "-ee, lr,
But wan by wan dropped like and died.
What wan it that tuck tbem, ve'ro .ihkliigj
Why, poverty. iure, und no doubt ;
They perMied lor food and frcMi air, Mr.
Like flowers dried up in a draught.
It wat dreadful to lose them r Ah, va it !
It seemed like my heart string- would
But there's days when wid want and wid sor
row I'm thankful they're gone for their fake.
Their father i Well, sir, calnt- forgive me !
It's a foul tongue thai lower iu own :
But, what wid the Mitrtket and the liquor,
I'd better be strugglln' nlonc.
Do I want to kape thU wan? The darlint!
The lafct and dearet ofall!
Shure you're nivcr a father yourcl(, Mr,
Or you wouldn't be akltat all.
What is that Milk and food for tho baby !
A doctor and medicine free!
You're huntln'out all the Mck children.
An' poor, toilln' mother-, like me
God blcoi you, and tblm that have kent you!
A new lfio you've given m co.
Shure, Mr. won't vnu look In tlm .tkIIk
At the colleen you've wved, 'fore you no 't
O, mother o' mcrclei J havi' pity !
. - j
u, fiarnnt, wny couldn't you wait
ueiiu: ueail ! an' tho' help's inthedurewav!
O, my baby ! Too late !
Home AoAi.v.-Mr, Goldstine. of ih.
urm oi ooiuitlne & Rotenwater. has rn.
turned homo from New York, where ho
nas Deen making lurga nurcbaaes of win.
ler ury goodi, clothing, etc. Luckily, .Mr.
Golditlno had completed all his purchasei
before tho Boston fl
fore the late advanco in prices. M .r.
Mil at pricei exceedingly bolow thoio now
current in this market. They aik the
public to call and Inspect their coods and
atccrtaln tbelr prices, buing satlfiud that
no ono will go away from tho store, loav.
ng behind tbem the bargaini thlt firm
are prepared to offer. ,r
TlIK Bulletin tniv- ..r .. .
political editor, who , crM.t In ffifm
Uiat the Democratic VI? vV' Jl$I,nH
-ow, jonn, that's too bad on iini" T,
jlooJ by !?u through Ikkaml'u',"?
we did not lay antbinc about Mr n...
roll and did not hint at him. Wo would
no msuu blm by charging birn with tho
w..a,p ot tUe Journal'a romarki on
Wltyof .PS h1 em"k8b"
The Grain Trade or New Orleans
mi. a .
mo now urieans 'limes' says tfcat not
one in one Hundred of tho people of tha
l-ilV i.l.. .L. ....
-..j cn , lUB enraoruinary
aim unparaneiea luccess of thu grain
movement, as not tmly inaugurated but
tnoroughly in progress through that port,
a ho 'limci" thon continues ;
"Hundreds of thousands of bn.h.i. r
corn have weekly passed through tho port
of Now Orleani in bulk for the foreign
markets of the world. Sieamihips and
sail tonnage huva gone from hero
iiuou umiy, ami aro still go
ing, and our attention has
urmy oocn attracii'U to it. Tho men
who have worked to achla
havo been fuw, but thoy have been thor
oughiy in earnest, as will be seen wbon
wo statu that from tho actual figures of
oicmur uore. linen mo 1st 01 July
the months In which, according to thoso
.ers wno, proioising to know overv.
thing, grain wai to spoil, to boat, to germ.
aim ueaven anu our rivals only know
nuatineyuia noi predict sIxtv-Mx full
cargoes of bulk grain have gone
..... pUIk v j-.urope witu an
"" "" " , ut ""u """ion eighteen thuus-
?innifl n.hQUtndro,J ll?d "inty-thro, buihel,
(I,O18,0J3). And overv hiuli,.) r .1.1.
grain has arrived In the" most perfect or
der at its port of destination .fi.i ;n
ca.es has lold beyond the price of Krain
of the same irrado from Ni v...u .
tairiB timo of sailing. Wo know of ono
instance hero of a sailing vessel nottlnK
upwards of eleven hundriul mmn.u .... "
ling after leaving our bar, and was only
.'8 days on hor trip to Liverpool. Kt
ono sinulo Knirlish nm.l,:. i...
cleared from our port ilnce July, that
has not Ukon bulk grain ; and would
w havo bolievod, ono year ago. that toa
nage for bulk grain, at. tho ruling rates,
would not be obtainable In Now Orleans ?
iet this it the fact. Two vessels load .t
our elevator to-morrow. or .. i...
toamships, the Louisiana and
were loaded last HatunUv iy,l..0
aw told, two large tows of bulk grain, for
shipment abroad, aro due. 1
noes snit topic llko itagnatlou ? Wo
alto learn that the elevator company pro
pose to erect a larc.i n.i ..t..i- J .
mill In connection with their pronertv
capable of making 2,500 ' barrel,
dally, bringing their wheat from Tennei.
tee and Illinoli aftar connecting their ala.
vator with tha Jtckion and Teiai rail
roadt by track, to run can to and from
tho West without change. Wa can than
by far ouUtrip New York In tho raoa for
tho Cuban and West Indian trade. Shorter
distances, lets handling, loss commissions,
and a batter and fresher flour, mado from
wheat brought hern from tho West In
bulk, will glvo New Orleans tho buslnatt.
Steamer Arkansas Hollo, KvanivllU
" J Kellogg, St. Louie
" K II J'urfce, Now Orleans
'.' City of Helena, VIcksburg
" City of Cbestor, St. Louis
" lUvcn, Kanawah
" Colorado, JlcniphU
11 Kobert .MlUbell, KvanivllU
" Petrel, Kanawah
" Illinois. Columbus
" Jim l'lik Jr., Paducah
Stoamer Arkania' lielle, Kvantrille
" J N Kellogg, St. Louis
" K II Durfeo, St. Louis
" City of Helena, laid up
City of Chester, Memphis
" Colorado, laid up
" Coutinet.tal, New Orleans
" Illinois, Columbus
' Jim Flsk Jr., Paducah
II HI MUDDV COAL.
Steamboat supplied at anv lime, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut ccal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracti offered on favorablo
terms upon application.
H. V. Olymant,
1). A Do wee, Oen'l Supt,
Salet Agent. 3-15-ly
boats leavi.no to-day.
The fine ttcaraor Kobert Mltcholl will
leave for New Orleant and way landing!
on arrival of afternoon train, Tho splen
did steamer, Florence Lee, it the packot
leaving for hvaniville and all way pointt
thlt evening at tlx o'clock. The Jim Fisk
Is tho Paducah packet and will leavo
promptly at 41 o'clock p.m. Tho regular
Anchor lino packet will loivo for Mem
phis at C o'clock thlt evening.
condition or tub rivers.
There Is only 6j feet at the head of
Cache itland reported by the packets.
Below hero there is still good 8 foot water
for loaded boats. Tho channel to St. Louis
has 4 feet 8 Inches, and as tbo cold weathor
Ii fast approaching', thora ! every proba
bility of an early suspension of naviga
tion to Sf. Louts.
Thu Ohio river at this place is falling
again. The fall yesterday was one Inch.
Special dispatches to The Bulletin
roport the condition of the Ohio and Mis
sissippi rivers at variout places.
1IUBINKX1 AND WEATHER.
Business on the levee was very good all
day Thu weRthor wai clear and cold.
Ordort were received here yetterday
from f Louis to stop all Anchor lino
packets here, until futher orders, therefore
the City of Helena and Colorado have
laid up. Low water and cold weather
Tho Anchor Una steamers Emma C.
Elliott and City of Chester, will run from
here to Memphis thia winter making tri
weekly tript, '.heir days of departuro will
be every Monday, Wednciday and Fri
day, Tbj Kaven brought down a tow of talt.
She wat aground on Grand Chain toveral
hours. She left the towboat Petrel with
a tow aground thero and hnd ttartod back
with u barge to help her off, but the Petrel
made her appearanco beforo she got very
The Continental departed last night af
ter adding sli hundred tons here. She
had a bargo in tow and left with all the
freight she wanted.
Hobort Pettis, tha dwperado who ttab
bed Clem Nolte, made the astertion juit
oeiore too City of Chctlor reached St,
Louis, that when he attacked Nolto ba in
tended to kill him or bo killed in trying to
ao so. it is lamentablo that the shot fired
at him by olto missed him.
The Kellogg brought out a tow of barges
and started back to St. Louis with two
barghs brought up by tha Mohawk.
The City of Chester brought down a
light trip and reported 4 feat 8 inches
wHtor iu the channel. She added consid
erable freight bore, and loft last evening.
The sunkeu St. Maryt lies ttraight and
eaiy, witu tne water noarly to her bur
ricsno roof. It is not known whether the
can be raised or not. Tha wrecker,
Eckert, is Kill alongside, and if there Is
any chance of rai:ng her Capt. Dugan
ana ins crow can do it,
Tho Ilurksvillo took out a trip to Hick
man last night.
rrt.. ... ....
inn .nucueii wai lightened off at
Grand Chain by the Klla Hughes, and ar.
rived here yesterday afternoon with a
good trip, and n loaded bargo In tow.
Cliy .Yntloual Bank tJnllmu-r,
j!p-i)ilattnlion paid Kionlrrt Irom imw
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WAIIi'ST AVENUE AMD WALNUT
IU. II, K. field. Inform tut public that at has
OB the UOrLtiwCat ! rif Tanth tr.i hmx.
Ills mablas will b furoltuad with sea but tha
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may bo accommodated at all
hours of the day and night with tf team
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fleldt asks a share of public jiatronaga
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealtbjr
and utrlft attention to husinewi.
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in tho market
and is prepared to till all
orders on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both the 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,
he invites tho patronage of
tho public. lMM 3m.
You can buv six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono 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.
QUI VIVE COTERIE
NOVEMBBK 2$, lSTS.
All those holding Invitations to the series
of tlve, respectfull) Invited to attend.
Tickets 1 60 Including Supper.
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
A pkee where you can buy as much for
aa you can elsewhere for
ON'K DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
TA CO A Pf.r ?ajl KtnH w .uittd
an eiossts or working f-o
.Uttur in, young or old, uaka moia mens
n inair apara momsats ar all. tlx
work f r na ll
i'in. man al Anvthma lf..i..lM
Addrts tt. aUaatn u.. Portland. Mala.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the public that they have fitted their
new itora home on Eighth street with tha
flne.'t and bait assorted stock of
general merchandise erer before broucbt
to thii market, and in order
to tecure a large portion of the patronage
of the public,
WE ARK DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock Is entirely new, and
bought expressly for the coming fall and
winter trade of thii locality, and contitti
of Ladies, Qenti and Children's
BOOTS & SHOES,
And all other articles to be found in a
flrat clats dry goodi and clothing eitablith
mont. Wa call especial attention to our large
assortment of dreei goods, tfaawU and
cloakt, which department It complete in
all its details. Our stock of
It tha largest in the city, and we are an
abled to offer special inducement to pur
in uentlemant' Clothing, Boots and
fcibocs, Hati, Capt, and furnitbing goodi
we aro fully prepared to meet all de
mands at prket defying competition. Ai
it is to the intarott of ovary ona to buy
wnere goodt are chaauett and bast
wa cordially invite tha public
to call and examine our ilook before pur
Our establishment ii located ou tba east
tide of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenuei.
Blum & Ambon.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
ratty, Kaal, UaMllste.,
Aat tba celebrated lHQralcatln
BaOrta' 1 UlLDlltf). CCf ilTM T. COM
Oajm, .... Ilwou.
Special repairers of nua aud difficult
WAT O EC
ALSO MADE TO ORDER.
OF ANY FORM OR PATTERN
Have alio on hand a
Finf. Stock of Jewelry,
Of thair own and other Manufactures
CLOCKS OF ALL K1NDH.
SOLID SILVER WARE
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FINISH.
And many unique aud Attractive
SILVER PLATED WARE
At prices that defy coiapatitlon.
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED
And every thing Iu our lina of builnat
CALL AND SEE.
Ettabllshed, November 19, 16T2
On the corner of l'iih street and Washlugtoti
avenue, opposite llullcllo office.
MONDAY, NOVKMHEIl 18, i8J2.
Tuition from 12 to fo per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No palm will be spared to make It
to all courerncd.
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Or)(au and I'lano Music.
J. M. RODKNUAUQ1I,
Teacher of Wild and String ins'niment.
(See circular.) luu u
RIOULAR CAIRO, I'AIWC'AH & EVANS
Th Faot atl Elnt 1'sMcnjer BU.intr
Jack (Ihammkr, Master.
hit. 'luoMAe, Clerk.
ihf? ln?.CJiti con,1",P11 t Kvauitillo with
,M,U,!na '-'nclnnatl packet., for
freight or pat.aKc apply to
"' niiics I'acnfer Ajc .
V1U.K SEMI-WkKKLY l'AC'Karr.
Tho flue 1'asseiiKer i'acket
Ja Leaves Cairo for I'lidnrah mt sv..
n rln'eri.'",'l.a.n,, l'tiilky vuln at(J
bwdorto0r frC,t?ht r ,,tMe TP'
Jamks Uiooa, Tassenger A't.
bEMMEEKLi Mill, LINE I'ACKET.
Tha fine low preure l'as-enger l'aekt
ILeaTes Cairo every Wednesdar ami
Saturday evening at 6 o'clock, for raiu.ah
and tvansville. tor freight or passage ap
ply oa board or to
JAmaBiooa, Pawcnger Ag'l.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
ft ipltnJld tUsa.f
J" AS. FISK,
DlCK FowLta. Cantaln
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sunday excepted), at
I or freight orpas-ace apply ou boani
OA. JIALMJKr, Ag t.
CAIltt., AND MOUND CITY
Will nislt lhrr trip. .Ullr,
'I.KAVINd CA1HO I LKAV'O UOVXD CUT
At7 a.m. J At ai'j a.m.
At 11 a.m I At l-M, p.m.
At 4:30 p.m. At . p.m.
Fare each war, cents; 10 tickets for
W. WtU laud, when hailed, at any goo!
Intermediate landing for iMsengers ot
Caiho. Ills., Nor. 8, 1S72.
We have tlilo day funned a p.irtnerhlp
for the purrione ol doln a forwardinir and
commiiion und general wharf boat blisincsa.
The style ot our drm will be Linton A Orr.
11-17 lw. H. M. Oltn.
UNITED STATES MAIWIIAL'S SALE.
lly vlrtlire of a writ of sale lulled out of
the district court of tha United .States, for
the .Southern district of Illinois, in adrulraltr,
dated on the llrnt d.iv of November, A. D.
1H71', will be sold ut public cale to tho
hlgheht and best bidder, for cah, at Cairo,
In sahl dUtrict.on tli:wtli lay of November,
A. D. 1872, at 10 o'clock a.m., the following
decribfd properitv, to-wit :
The ntcainbout Glasgow, her boat, tackle,
aptiarcl and furniture.
The same having been condemned and
ordered by thu court lo 1 sold.
KDYVAltD It. ltOE,
Springfield, Ills., November 6th, 172.
Scaled proposals will be received at the
city clerks office until ?i o'clock pm. of
Monday, the cond day of December, A.
D., 1872, for furnliihliig the material, or do.
ing the work, or both, for the cuiittnictlon
of sidewalks ouf he following named Mrcets,
to-wit : On the northerly Mde of Twelfth
street from the termliiUD of the present sldo
walk on xald street, between AVnlmit and
Cedur streets, to Locust street ; on the
southeily side of Thirteenth street from
Commercial avenue to Wellington avenue ;
on the east Mde of llolbrnok avcuue from
west Twenty-third strei't to wen Twenty
fourto h reel; on the south Mile of west
Twenty-fourth street from llolbrook avenue
to l'ark avenue.
Said proposals f-hall be directed to the city
council, and will be opurcd at n joint meet
ing or the council at the tlnio above named,
All proposals shall be made In nicordancc
with the provisions, reriulrcmciits mul snm-l.
tication of ordinance No. Hi, approved
Octob r 10th, A. D., 1872, which ordinance
Is now on tile in my ofllce subject to examina
tion at any time.
The city reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
, ... 3:: J- Howlkv, City ClerK,
Cairo, IIU., Nov. 16, 1872. dlOt
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuablo farm within seven mllea of
Metropolis, on the Jonesboro Road, consist
ing of 200 acres with 60 acrei cleared and
other Improvements, now owned and form
erly occupied, by J. T. Itennle.
TEUMS. One-fourth down balance Id
one, two and three year notes secured by
mortgage, wan six per ccui. interest.
N.D. The timber Is good and ha never
been culled and no timber will be permitted
o bn cut or used, except what Is necessary
tor the wear and tear oi the place, until altar
tha second payment hai bean made.
mot iwormawon apply to
M-tf Cairo, Q