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) AT, NOVEMBER 22, 1S79.
PkllMtlM liotlss BssllcUasr
MteYdSrt.' BKV. F. L. THOMTWK,
onmcit or tux mdekmei-epi co-
fimlnc prayer. Sabbath 10 a.tn.
Brtrtjc prayers, U P
febbeUi School, susn. , ,
REV. E. OOAH, Rector.
tT. PATRICK'S CHURCH-Nlnth St. and
PubMe service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10i a.m.
Vespers, 1 p.m.
B4bUlk School. S p.m.
Berries) every day, 8 a.m.
Bkv. F. J. O'Uaiaoham, Priest.
T. JOSEPH'S CUURCH.-(Gcrman,) cor
Mr of Walnut and CroM streets.
Mm, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. rn.
Vespers, S p. m.
Mat duriryr week day. 8 o'clock a. m.
BKV. C. UoffMax, Prleit
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH 13 th
met between Washington Avenue and
lMi.lilnir RiitnUv tnorninir at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p. m. II. C.
Rev. Bob't. Helmo, Paator.
TOUNG MEN'S CHRISTLVN ASSOCIA
TION. Begular meeting tecond Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
A Co'i bookstore. Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
L. W. 8TH.Lwr.LL. President.
SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHUBCU. Corner Sycamoro and Jorty
ftrst atrcets. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Bunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church In connected with the Illinois
Association, by the Pint Missionary Bap
tist Church ol Cairo. ,
Bkv. Solomon Leonard, Pastor.
FH1CAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
irvices, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
.'bbath School. 1 p.m.
.as meets at 3 p.m.
jCCOND FREE WILL BAPTIST Fif
ttenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 1) and 3 p. ni.
Bkv. N. kicks, Pastor.
rBEE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SABBATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, 9 a.m.
WEST FBEE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
-Curry 'a Barracks.
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. ft .1 p. m.
Bkv. Wm. Kkllxy, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Sts.
Preaching Sabbath, 101 d 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Prcarhlnir. Frfilav evening.
Sabbath School. 11 p.m. John VanBaxtcr
and Mary Stephens, Superintendents.
Bkv. T. J. Suokks, Pastor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and wainui. . ine
only Baptist church recognized by tlie As
Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Bvv. Jacob Bradlky. Elder.
AIRO ' COMMAND EBY. No. 13. Stated
Comk to the Conservatory of music to-
tight, and we will Insure you a good time.
Personal. Capt. Sandusky bas re
turned to the city. J. 0. Willis, of Me
tropolls, was In the city yesterday,
Modekatino. The weather Is, wo are
glad to inform our thousands of readers,
moderating or was yesterday evening.
Dxad. A number of our readers will
learn with regret that Arthur Douglas,
steamboat pilot, well known in this city, is
Dkessed Uoos. The cold weather has
created a demand for dressed hogs, and
the market is becoming well supplied with
that article of food.
cation at Masonic Hall, the second Friday
la each month. ,
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71. Regular Con-
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month,
CAIRO LODGE, So. 237 F. & A. M.-Regu-
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 229 Meeta in Odd-
Fellows' Hall, in Arter's building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Bummel ;
Auditor of State C. E. Lipptncott :
State Treasurer E. N. Bates ;
Supt, PubUo Instruction Newton Bateman
Senators Lyman Trumbull and John A.
lepresenUtlves for the SUte-at-Large S.
Representative Thirteenth District John
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senators, First District T. A. E. Holcomb,
sf Union, and S. E. Gibson, of Gallatin.
Representative, First District H. Wataon
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Sheriff-A. H. Irvtn.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judie T. Broaa.
Associates J. E. McCrlte and S. Marcbll-
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Qoseman.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
Treasurer R. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett,
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. U. Pone.
Police Magistrates F. Bross and B. Shan
Chief or Police L. H. Myers.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
First Ward P. G. Scbuh.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Wood for $1 per load at tho box fac
Advanced. Coal has advanced fifty
cents per ton since tho beginning of the
present cold snap. The demand is strain
ing tho supply.
Thk Fair. Tho German Catholic
will give a fair, commencing December
10th, for tho benefit of St. Joseph's church.
The proceeds will be expendod In having
Hyacinth glass in assorted colors for
sale at Dan'l Uartman's.
Balls. Tho Rough and Ready fire
company will give a, ball New-Year's
night, January 1, 1873. The Qui Vive
Coterie will dance on Thanksglvingnlght,
and tho Ocrmania club on Wednesday
JoiiN S. Dunham's yeait powder for
purity and strength is unequalled. Try
it, and you will use no other,
Tuk quarterly meeting of tho Gorman
School association will be held at Squire
Bross' office this Friday evening, Nov. 22,
at 8 o clock. F. Korsmeter, Sec'y.
kxKTUCKY Library Association. A
limted numbor of Gift Concert tickets for
tho Kentucky Library Association can be
obtained of W. B. Rockwell & Co., on
Commercial avenue. The tale will con
tinue until the 25th inst.
7 Rai'PLK. A fine mocking bird li tota
rallied off In a abort time at Louis Mat
teau's saloon, on Elghtb street. For
further particulars call at the saloon.
Thk Tobacco Wabkhousk. Messrs.
Straughn & Hinkle of the Ballard tobacco
warohouso, are getting Mattors well In
hand. They will bo ready to receive to
bacco on the first of next month, and then
they will push things. They have come
to stay, and we have no doubt they will
establish a warehouse in which, within two
years from this date, moro business will bo
done than in all tho warehouses of petor
Ing-out Paducah. We 'aro not In tho
habit of boasting. We mean what wo
say, and we have kept far within bounds
In making the statement we have.
At thk St. Charles. Tucker, tho
goneral passenger agent of the Illinois
Central railroad, temporarily struggles
with his hash at tho St. Charles, and I
said to always get It down.
"Nkw Chartkr." The casual refor.
enco mado by us yesterday to tho useless
neis of the select council, or Cairo house
of lords, and other consideration, havo
created some inquiry in tho city, as to
whether it would not bo well to throw
away tho present cuinbcrsntno city govorn
ment, and adopt the str.to law providing
for tho organization oi cities and villages,
We hope the discussion may bo continued.
and that it may result in tho circula
tion of a petition praying tho council to
submit the question to a voto of tho
Call and oxamlne the pianos at the
Rev. B. H. Thayer's and S. P. Wheeler's.
St. Louis bell treble manufacture.
ll-22tf. N. P. Curticb, Agent
What Did Hk Want. Wednesday
night,, about 2 o'clock, Jailer McHale
heard some one moving about in the jail
yard very mysteriously, evidently "after
no good," as one of our most comely po
licemen expresses It. Mac waited until
he was satisfiod the intruder was attempt
ing to communicate with one of the pris
oners, when he discharged two shots from
his rovolver in the direction of the would'
be Jail deliverer. Such gottic out ot the
way! Tho fellow ran with tho speed of
the antelope almost as well as Grant did
on the 6th Inst. A cold chisol which he
left behind was conclusive evidenco that
11-10-td I be intended to help one of the prisoners to
Monet. Timothy Booth, contractor e,c,pe
on tho Cairo and Vincennes railroad, will
havo $17,000 hero this wook, which he will
distribute among his men botweon now
and Monday. At least $16,000 will be
paid to citizens of Cairo.
The Hibernian fire company intend to
givo their annual ball on Tuesday, Dec.
24th, (Christmas eve.)
Despaired Or Tho life of Clem Nolte
clerk of the steamer Chester, is despaired
of. It will be remembered that he was
stabbed lately by a man of the name of
Peters: The physicians say that tho knife
penetrated the lungs.
Thk C. & V. R. R. Tracklaying on
this road was completed yesterday from
Mound City to the tunnel in Johnson
county. By next Tuerday the rails will
be laid from Mound City to Twentieth
street in Cairo.
Fourth Ward S. SUata Taylor,
Large W. P. Ilallida
BOARD OK ALDERMEN.
day and D.
Pint Ward -James Rearden, A. B. Saf
lord, Isaac Walder.
Second Ward R. U. Cunningham, E. Bu
dsr, Q. Stancd, James Swayne.
Third Ward-Wm. Stratum, J. B. Phlllls.
Fourth Ward Jno. U. Robinson, G. U,
Seas, J. H. Metcalf.
R. S. BR1GHAM, M. D.,
Homeopathic rnvsician ana sunceou.
fice 136 Commercial avenue. Residence on
Tenth street, three doors west of C. R.
DR. B. O.'TA'BER"
Will resume the nr&ctlce of lili nrnffxlnn
With especial reference to the electrics
-treatment ol diseases In all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of female complaints a lady
will be In attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM K. SMITH. M. D.
B8IDENCE No. Thirteenth street. b-
M WMDiDKton anu and Walnut strMt.
mi vuiuiuercm avenue, up stairs.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
rB8II)ENCK oorocrNlntti and Walnut sts.
JTyOfllea corner Sixth street nd Ohio !'
ClBe hours from a a.ro. to 12 m., ud V p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
OKalDEMOF.-Cornsr Nineteenth street ud
IV Washlagton avenue, now court house. Of
fice ever Arter's Grocery Store, Office Hours from
lua.ro. to 11 in. end I'ora t to 4 p. m.
DR. R, BLUM,
Surgeon and Mechanical
Oltst, Commercial Avenue between Ninth
and Tenth streets,
1 would respectfully announce to the Cltl
aeas of Cairo and Surrounding Country,
that I have opened an ottce for the practice
ol sy proteswon at us auove mentioned
ylaee, WBsre;i hope to receive a share ot the
ubsle patretWt. AU persons wishing ths
vary test dcBtal work should five a a oaU.
The St. Louis bell treblo pianos are as
durable as any piano in the market, and
the sweetest-toned that you ever listened
to. N. I. Curtick, Agt,
Conservatory, cor. Twelfth & Wash.
Pzcak Crop. We learn from citizens
of Mississippi county, Missouri just
across the Mississippi from this city that
the pecan crop of that county will be very
large this season. This crop is a source of
considerable revenue to the citizeas of
RtMiMBxa the ringing to-night at the
hall, corner of Twelfth street and Wash
The Thalia. At a meeting of the
Thalia, lately held, tho following officers
wore elected for the ensuing year: Pres
ident, John Pruess; secretary, William
Kuchenbacher; treasurer, Louis Herbert.
It was resolved to give semi-weekly enter
tainments during tho season, at Philhar
monic hall. The Thalia is an institution
which should bo encouraged.
Hyacinth glass in assorted colors for
la t Dan'l Hartman's.
Tns EnzooTic The horso disoaso has
passed Cairo, and is now iu Memphis. It
passed through, by the steamor Illinois,
the other day, and did not remain even
for a day. The fact Is, Cairo Is so healthy
that neither beast nor man can cot sick
hero. Wbon they wish a good caso of
sickness they must go away from homo and
Stive, the bar-koepor, has openod
fine saloon in Louis Blatteau's old stand,
where can bo found, at all times, Stove
serving bis customers with tho best of
A Couplet. Wo have boon requostod
by an ablo pilot who is also a poet to givo
a placo in our columns to the following:
'A cautious look around he stole ;
Ills bag of chink he chunk,
And many a happy smile he smolc,
And many a wiuk he wuuk."
And who wouldn't after indulging in a
dose of that choice, prime old rye, only to
be bad at the Old Delmonico.
Incorrect. Tho Paducah 'Kentuckian'
says Cairo can beat tho world for negro
voting; that our colored population num
bers one thousand, and that eight hundred
negro votes were polled at the late presi
dential election. Tho 'Kentuckian' is not
postod. There are 3,600 negroes in Cairo,
and eight hundred negroes did vote in
Cairo at the late election.
Potatoes jtob Paducah. The Pa
ducab 'Kentuckian' says: "One of our
tltiziins bas several car loads of Dubuque
potatoes on tho track at Cairo. The prob
Abilities are that they are all frozen stiff."
Well, it has been cold enough in Cairo
jjunoei, uut Johnson can
make things warm along the track of his
road, and we have no doubt he has saved
tbt Paducah potatoes ff0ia the frost
Sinoino at tho Conservatory this even
ing, November 22, corner Twelfth street
and Washington avenua. Como one, come
Homb Aoain. Mr. Goldstine, of the
firm of Uoldslino & Kosenwater, has re
turned homo from New York, whero he
bas been making largo purchases of win
ter dry goods, clothing, etc. Luckily, Mr.
Goldstine had completed all bis purchases
before the Boston fire, and therefore be
fore the late advance in prices. Messrs.
Goldstino&Rosenwater can, consequently,
soil at prices exceedingly below thoso now
current in this market. Thoy ask tho
public to call and inspect their goods and
ascertain their prices, being satifled that
no one will go away from the store, leav
ing bahind them the bargains this firm
are prepared to offer. tf
report the condition of the Ohio and Mis
tsilppi rivers at various places.
II US IN EM AMD WEATHER.
Thoro was the usual amount of business
transacted on tho landing, and the packets
camo and went with good trips Tho
weather was cloudy, hazy mid dark with
prospects of snow. Last night was a bad
ono for navigation,
The Ella Hughes was paid two hundred
dollars for helping the Robt. Mitchell off
Grand Chain. She accompanied hor with
a load to this placo and after discharging
she returned to Paducah, whero she will
lay up and wait for a riso in Cumberland
The Emmc '1. Elliott brought COS bales
of cotton for Xor'h. Hho Is now load
ing for Momphls and will leave Saturday
morning. Hor passenger ngont is tho aflV
bio Sol Sliver, who is always on hand to
givo tbo travelling public all the informa
tion they may desire
Capt. Wm. II. Sandusky has returned
from an extensive tour through Pennsyl
vanla, and looks tho picture of perfect
happiness and good grace. His many
friends were glad to sco him.
Little Old Joflold, the famous mouth of
Smlthland navigator, is in tho city. Ho
came down tho river as the special guest
of his old friend Capt. Egan, on the Ella
Tho Idlewltd for Memphis had a fair
trip of froight and a good list of cabin
passongeri. Whllo she was loading at
Evansville, her rousters jumped hor and
sho had to come away and leave freight
Tho Mary Allco left Wednesday night
for tho South with a filr tow of loaded
Hiram Hill, the submarino diver, is in
the city, just from the wreck ot tho Um
pire. Ho got out all the freight there
was on the boat. Ho will return in n few
days and take out all her machinery,
His armor, which was on tho Umpire
when she sunk, bo recovered and found it
but little damaged.
Tho .Mitchell transfered from ber barge
a4 made additions here, and left for New
Orleans ui o-Cnlnc with a splendid trip
Tho Burksville went Up tho Mississippi
a few miles and returned with a bargo of
Tbo Mallio Ragon Is making a trl, to
Memphis in place of the Andy Baum.
Tho Illinois Central R. R., are now re
ceiving a consignment of twelve thousand
barrels of pork, which is comlgnod to one
firm at New Orleans.
Mr. R. Jonos on Commer
cial avonue, second door west
of lenth street, is manufactur
ing lioota and Shoes of the
best material in tho market
and . is prepared to fill all
orders on the 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 m m?D TJPATHVTja
ho invites the patronage of
me puonc. 1MM Sra,
Our Homo Advertisers.
On the corner of 12th street and Washington
BTcnuc, opposite uuuetin office.
iou can buy six
and ono-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. Primo J -El VV -EIXj-EJxOS
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder 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.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1872.
Tuition Irom 2 to 120 per term.
W CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will be spared to make it
to all concemed.
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Musio.
Teacher of Wind and String In:rumenU.
(See circular.) n-14 tf.
Special repairers of line and difficult
W.A.T C H
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH & EVAN 8
lu-Lii DfcJll-tVlifcKLjT U. S.
The Fl uij Elgnt Purnr Btutntr
Jack Ghammer, Master.
.d. Thomas, Clerk.
y Leaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
. VeTr, Tuund' and Sunday evening,
at 8 o'clock, connecting at Evansville with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
-lAMEniiiucg Passenger Ax't.
11EOULAR CAlIlO.PADUCAU A EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
organs for from $50 to
N. P. Curtice, Agt.,
Cor. Twelfth & Wash. ave.
Fine Jon Wobk. Mr. DIckion, our
foreman of Tns Bulletin job printing
department having returned from
a journey of observation and
pleasure through the Canadas
and the New England states, is again
turnlnc out famous jobs of printing. A
letter-head for Pollock & Co., of Wal
bridge, and a business card for Ualliday
Brothers, as specimens of plain letter press
printing are hard to beat. The Ualliday
card Is a thing of beauty. With Dickson
and Marnel and our other jobbers, in the
composition room, and Cassatt, monarch
of all he surveys, in tho press room, Tux
Bulletin can challenge comparison of its
work with any printing office In the West.
And then, besides, our prices aro rt low a
the lowest. Try us.
Hyacinth glass In assorted colors for
sale at Dan'l Uartman'h.
The reputation of tho Stoinway piano 1 s
known all ver the world.
ll-22tf. N. P. Curtice, Agent.
City Natlosul Bsusat Building.
MuBicil attention pai l u orJsra Irom Mam
boat nifht ordar
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
A place where you can buy as much for
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
Steamer Idlewlld, Evansville
11 Emmanuel Elliott, Memphis
11 Burksvillo, Hickman
" Illinois, Columhus
11 Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah
Steamer Mary Alice, New Orleans
" Idiowild, Morapbis
" Illinois, Columbus
11 Robert Mitchell, Now Orleans
" Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah
DIQ MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at grand Tower, Ills.
Spocial contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olypiiant,
D. A, Bokkk, Gen'l Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-1 5-ly.
BOATS) I.CAVINU TO-DAY.
The line steamor Johu 1). Maude will bo
the boat leaving for New Orleans and all
way points this evening at 6 o'clock.
The splendid packet Arkansas Hello will
leave for Evansville and all way places
this day at C o'clock p. m.
The elegant Anchor line boat Emman
uel Elliott will leave early Saturday rndrn.
ing for Memphis and all way landings.
The favorite Jim Fisk. Jr., is tbo paikot
for Paducah this day at 4 o'clock p. in,
CONDITION OV TUK RIYEKS,
The Ohio river at this placo is still on
the docllno, with a littlo over six feet to
Evansville. Ico is reportrd running In
the Mississippi, but none of it had passed
here up to last night. On account of tho
bad condition of that stroam, tho
boats leave St. Louis with scarcoly any
freight, and aro glad to reach this port
whero tbey will bo safo from all block-
Special dispatches to Tuk Bulletin
QUI VIVE COTERIE
NOVEMHER 23, 1ST2.
All thoie holding Invitations to the series
of live, respectfully Invited to attend.
Tickets $2 CO Including Supper.
ALSO MADE TO ORDEK.
ryLavcs Cairo for Paducah anil Fv.h
v lie every Tuesday and Friday evening at 8
o'clock. For fre lit it or n.i.iu, ....
board or to " --o- -,
JamesBioos, Passenger Ag't.
"EgULAIt CAIKO AND EVANSVTJ.I.K
The fine low pressure Passenger Packot
OF ANY FORM OR PATTERN
; ST. NICHOLAS
The undersigned would respectfully in
form tho public that they havo fitted their
new store houso on Eighth street with the
finest and best assorted stock of
general merchandise over before brought
to this uiaroi. and in order
Is secure a irB portion of the patronage
of the public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely now, and
bought oxpressly for the coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
BOOTS &c SHOES,
HATS 5c CAPS.
And all other articles to be found in a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. We call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department Is complete in
ull its dotuils. Our stock of
Is tho largest in the city, and wo are en
abled to nt' special Inducements to pur
In Uentlemons' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Huts, Caps, and furnishing goods
we aro fully prepared to meet all da
mands at prices defying competition. As
it is to tho Interest of every one to buy
where goods are cheapest and best
we cordially invite the public
to call and ezamlno our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on the east
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues,
Blum & Amson.
JENNY LIND TABLES
HARRY WALKER & CO, Prop'rs.
This house Is newly fitted up with two
And two fine
The saloon Is stocked with the Best
are compounded In the most approved style
jarCome and see for yourself. They keep
on nanu a use stock oi
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
Have also on band a
Fine Stock of Jewelry,
Of their own and other Manufactures.
W. B. PENNINGTON Matt
I-fl L(UC Cairo evrrv WvitntuUv ami
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Padu :ah
and Evansville. For freight or pasnaus ap
ply on board or to
JAMES moos, Passenger Ag t.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tb splsndld iltinu
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (8undavexcenteil. at
4 p.m. For freight orpasssre apply on boani
or to Jas. Malloky, Ag't.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
CLO0K8 OF ALL KINDS.
Will make three trips diilr.
'LEA VINO CAino
At 7 a.m.
At 11 a.m
LEAV'O MOUND CITY
At 8:30 a.m.
At 1:30 p.m.
Fare each wav. 80 cent : 10 tick eta for
92 60. Will land, when balled, at any Kood
SOLID SILVER WARE
put free of charge.
oread mornlmr and
o'clock, at which all are invited to partlcl
evening at 10
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FINISH.
And many unique and attractive
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Petty, BesssUsid, Uswollsast,
And the celsbratod illuminating;
BBOjiS'l UlLDINf? CCP ilTH ST, 4 COM
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WASU'W AVENUE AMD WALK CI
Dr. 11. K. tftlda Informs tos publlu tbat ha has
L IV E R F STABLE,
oa the northwest side or Tenth street as name
flls Btables will be furnished with ueao but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at all
hours of the day and night with safe teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr, Fields asks a share of publlopatronaxe
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dsaUnr
and strict attention to buclasm
Camso, 111., Nov. 8, 1672.
We have this dav formed a nartnersblp
for the purpose ol doing a forwarding and
commission and treneral wharf boat business.
The style of our firm will be Linton & Orr.
11-17 Iw. S. M. Onn.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
Uv vlrture of a writ of sale Issued out of
the district court of the United States, for
the Southern district of Illinois, In admiralty,
uateu on ttie iirsi uay ot .ovemuer, A. v.
1872, will be told at public aIo to the
highest and best bidder, for cash, at Cairo,
In ald district, on theSOtli day of November,
A. D. 1872. at 10 o'clock a.m.. the following
SILVER PLATED WARE "'SiE'K'L.,,.
apparel and furniture.
The same havimr been condemned and
ordered by the court to be old.
cuivaku it. itur;,
U. S. Marshal.
Springfield, III."., November Oth, 1872.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
city clerk's office until 7J o'clock p.m. of
Monday, the second day of December. A.
1)., 1872, for furnishing the material, or do-
ingtue wnrK, or uotn. lor tne construction
of sidewalks onfhe following named Htreots,
tcwlt : On the northerly Mt of Twelfth
street from the terminus of the present side
walk on said street, between Walnut and
Cedar streets, to Locust street; on the
southeily side of Thirteenth street from
Commercial avenuo to Washington avenue;
on the east sido of llolbrook avenue from
west Twenty-lulru street to west Twenty
fourte street; on the south side of west
Twenty-fourth street from Uoibrook avenue
to Park avenue.
Said nronosalK hliall bo directed to the cltv
council, and will be opened at a Joint meet
ing of the council nt the time above named.
All proposals suan lie inane in accordance
with the provisions, requirements and sued-
QTj'vr a T A CJCJTT'CJ fixations oi orainunco No. 34, approved
Sir X IxLAbbliib October 10th, A. D., lb72, which ordinance
At prices tbat defy competition.
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
And every thing in our line of buslnes
CALL AND SEE.
Is now Oil file lnmvolllemiM(M'ttOHxm!n.
tlou at any time.
The city reserves tho right to reject any
or all bids. 1
M. J. Howley, City ClerK,
Cairo, Ills., Nov. IS, 1872. dlOt
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable farm within seven miles ot
Metropolis, on the Jonesboro Road, consist
ing of 200 acres with 60 acres cleared and
other improvements, now owned and form
erly occupied, by J, T. Bennle,
TERMS. One-fourth down balance in
one, two and three years notes secured by
mortgage, with six per cent. Interest,
N. 11. Tho tluiber is good and has never
been culled and no timber will be permitted
to bo cut or used, except what Is necessary
lor the wear and tear of the place, until aRei
the second paymeut has been wade.
For Information apply to
9-a-tf Cairo, II