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rrtMMat, MMMrtk m 10f a.m. and 71 p.m
'eteMdsv at 71 t.
ur, H . Thatm, Pastor
MfTHOMrr-Cor. MrtiUi tad Walmit Sts.
frMtWaff, iabbnh at lot l and 7 p.
Frays metis, Wednesday, 71 p.m.
SaMMth School, 8. p.m. L. W. BUBwell,
NtMtBdnt Rv. r. L. THOMPSON,
CHURCH Or THE RRDEEMKR (Eplico-
leralar mnti. fiahbatk 1M a.m.
Rev. K. Coax, Hector,
IT. PATRICK'S CHURCH-NIbUi SU and
PubUo Mrrle, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.n.
BabbaUi School, 2 p.m.
Berrice every day, 6 a.m.
JUTV. X". J. U'UAIXOKAfl, I rieiv.
ST. JOSEPH'S CMURCH.-(Gennan,) cor-
r ol Walnut and CroM treeu.
Mass, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. hi.
Vetpert, 8 p. ra. ...
Mas daring week daya, 8 o'clock a. m.
Rev. C. Hoffman, Irict.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CIIURCn-13th
trctt between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p. m. II. C.
Rkv. Rob't. Hklmo, Pastor.
TOUNQ MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting iccond Monday
each month at tbelr room over Rockwell
A Co'a book atorc, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7 p.m. at
L. W. Stillwxll, President.
SECOND MISSIONARY HAPTIST
CHURCH. Corner Syoamoro and Forty.
Irtt street. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
Tb church li connected with the Illinois
Aaaoclatlon, by the First Missionary Bap
tUt Church ot Cairo.
Rkv. Solomon Lkonakd, Paitor.
FK1CAN METHODIST.-Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
nice, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
bbath School, 1) p.m.
.ass meet at 3 p.m.
jCCOND FREE WILL BAPTIST'-Flf.
tttnth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 1 and 3 p. m.
Rev. N. Ricks, Paitor.
FREE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SABBATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School. 9 a.m.
FIRST FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
Service, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. 4 71 p. m.
Rev. Wm. Kellky, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth SU.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a,m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m. John VanBaxter
aud Mary Stephens, Superintendents.
Rev. T. J. Shores, Paitor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptist church recognized by the As
sociation. Servlcci, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Rrv. Jacob Bradley, Elder.
PafcllMtUa ?. .la m.ilii..
A1RO COMMANDERY, No. 13.-Stated
Auembly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, tint
and third Saturday in each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. 24. Regular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second Friday
In each month.
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ot every month,
CAIRO LODGE, No. 237 F.& A. M. Regu
lar Communications at Masonic Hull, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 229 Meets In Odd
Fellows' Hall, In Artcr's building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Ruminel ;
Auditor or State C. fi. Llpplncott :
State Treasurer E. N. Bate ;
SupL Public Instruction Newton Bateman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
Representatives for the State-at-Large S.
Representative Thirteenth District-John
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senator, First District T. A. E. Ilolcomb,
f Union, and S. K. Gibson, of Gallatin.
Representative, First District H. Watson
Judce D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting AUornoy J. F. McCartney,
Sheriff A. H. Irvin.
Win. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Bros.
Associates J. E. McCrlte and S. Marchil
don. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Gossman.
Mayor John M. Lansdcn.
Treasurer 11. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Uowley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates F. Brois and B. Stan
nessy. Chief of Pollce-L. n. Myers.
Mayor John M. Lansdcn.
First Ward-P. O. Schuh.
Second Ward C. B. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. StaaU Taylor.
Cltv-at-Large W. P. HaDlday and D.
BOARD Or ALDERMEN.
First Ward -James Rearden, A. B. Saf
ford, Isaac Waldcr.
Second Ward It. U. Cunningham, E. Bu
dsr, Q. Stancel, James Swayne.
Third Ward Wm. Stratton, J. B. Phlllli.
Fourth Ward Jno. II. Robinson, G. 11.
Sease. J. H. Metcalf.
Wood for $1 per load at tho box fac-
Smttue & CoWo learn from the
Sun' that R.Smytho & Co. will open a
branch grocery itoro In tho Fourth ward
about December lit, noxt.
Yesterday. Tho weather was vorv
pleaianl, tho streets wero crowded with
pedestrian and business wm lively.
aiib iiinitiNiAN lUti.. Thli fine Ore
company, one of tho most efficient In the
city, proposes a ball on Tuesda nloht. i7ih
Docembor.Our citizens ihould preparo
wiBiineives 10 surrendor at discretion and
each buy a ticket.
Hjacinui glass m assorted colors for
,IU0 l 1AN'L IIARTMAN'S.
John S. Dunham's yeast powder for
purity ami strength Is unequalled. Try
uu juu wm uio no other.
mistake. Tho printer mado us soy
ju.ieruay mat hou negroes did voto in
Cairo. We wrote: "Did not vote in
Cairo. "Wo wero correcting tho 'Ken
tucklan of Padueab, It having said that
oiw negro votes bad been polled In Cairo
at mo lalo election.
The Ferry Boat Siqnals. Citizens
uesirmg to go to Missouri by way of
Greenfield's landing, should remember
that the signals of tho forry boat aro three
wouties whon going over and two when
Kentucky Lidrary AssoriATinv A
llmted number of Gift Concert tickets for
the Kontucky Library Asioclatlon can bo
obtained of W. B. Rockwell St Co., on
Commercial avenue. Tho sale will con
tinue until the 26th Init 11-10-td
The C. & V. 11. R.tDxror.-Workmen
wero engaged in delivering on tho ground
between Twenty-flrst and Twenty-fourth
street, on Commercial avenue, matorlal
to bo used In the erection of tho depot
buildings of the C. & V. R, R.
The Rough's Ball. The New Year s
ball of the Rough and Ready fire company
has become one of the institutions of
Cairo, and wo speak whereof we know,
when we say that th) ball on tho ao-
proaching New Year's night will be the
finest ever before given by that sterling
company of flro quenchers.
Police Court. Police Magistrate
John Brandon, dead drunk, was fined
i anu costs, which ho paid.
Wm. Fitzgerald and Jonn Sweeney
were both fined $2 and cost for being
uruuK mev are from Jlouml r .ml
...Ml .... .
win pony out mis evening.
The St. Louis bell treble pianos are a
durable as any piano In tho market, and
the swceteit-toned that you over listoned
l0- N. P. Curtice, Agt,
Conservatory, cor. Twelfth & Wash.
Gkrmania Davcino Association. A
number of our young German follow-citi-
zens all gentleman have organized
dancing society undor the above title, and
will give a aeries of six dnnces, at Wash-
ington ball, commencing November 27,
Tho committeo of arrangements is at fol
lows: Paul II. Schuh, Charles Ruder,
Louis H. Kaha, Wm. Ludwig and j!
Votes "Aye." Tho 'Sun1 votes "avo"
on tho proposition to substitute tho state
law lor our present charter. Our neich
bor favored this movement last July, but
t 1 I . t . . - -
oeneveu tnai next spring would bo a bet
tor timo than last summor to mako tho
cbango. We led encouraged to begin tho
ugnt lor tho proposed reform now that we
know the 'Sun' will bo our ally in the bat
tie. What does the 'Gazotto say 7
Hyacinth glass in assorted color for
"Je at Dan'l Habtman's.
Stive, the bar-keeper, ha opened a
flno saloon in Louis Blattoau's old stand.
where can bo found, at all times. Stav
serving hi customer with the best of
Call and examine the pianos nt the
Rev. B. II. Thayer's and S. P. Wheelor'.
St. Louis bell treble manufacture
-22tf. N.P. Curtice, Agent.
Home Aoain. Mr. GoldTtlne. at the
firm of Ooldstino & Rosenwater, has re
turned home from Now. York, where he
has been making large purchases of win
tor dry goods, clothing, etc. Luckily, Mr.
GoldHlno had completed all his purchases
bo'ore the Boston flro. and thamfn. ,..
Brevities. Yesterday wo wera shown
the time tablo of the Cairo and Vlncennc
railroad. Train leavo the Wabash
bridge at 8 a. m. and arrive at Tunnel
hill at 0:53 p. ru, a dlstanco of 112 mlloi
Trains leavo Tunnel hill at 6:80 a. m. and
arrive at Wabash brldgo at G:40 p. m. At
Carml, tho Junction of the St. Louis and
Southeattorn and Cairo and Vlnconne
rallraad, tho trains connect for tho East
George Hamilton, colored, who wa
arrested last Sunday for stabbing Sldnoy
Robinson, also colored, wa hold in tho
urn of $600 for his appearanco at the
circuit court noxt term, to auiwor to the
charge of assault with intent to kill. Ho
wa unablo to glvo ball and went to tail.
Tbomai Fitzgerald it building a neat
cotlago on the corner of Twenty-ilxth
treet and Commercial avenuo, and Jamoi
Fitzgerald la building ono on Twonty
olghth itrcot. Fry it doing tho carponter
work on both.
Mctirs. Linton & Orr are doing
good wharfboat builneu at the foot of
Tenth itreot, on their new wharfboat.
A rnaii-pox cose was taken off the
Grand Tower yesterday nnd sent to tho
Only flvemall-pox caics in the city,
Items were icurco yesterday.
pianos and organs for from $60
Sl.ooo. N. P. Curtice, Agt.,
Cor. Twelfth & Wash. ave.
A Move in tub Rioht Direction
We are informed that It is the intention of
a numbor of tho monied men of thl city
to lorm a joint stock ci-mpnny for tho
purpose of building tonoment houses the
want of which Is making itself erlouslv
felt just at this period In tho bltory of
v,iro. wo believe there is not now a re.
spectablo houso unoccupied to lo found In
town. Men of familv deilrlno
hero aro compelled to leave their families
behind them till a more convenient season
or crowd tlicm into houses unfit for the
occupancy of respectablo human belnei.
The substantial and latterly ranid crowth
of Cairo offers peculiar Inducements to
strangers In search of a loca-
tion, but the fact that It
Is almost imposslblo to obtain
a comfortable dwelling house repels that
most desirable class of settlers men of
means and families. Noat. convenient cot.
tgo residences would, as soon as finished,
return a fair Interest on tho money invest.
cd, and would bo a boon to laboring men
and heads of families. It is a matter of
surprise that tho subject ha? cot sooner
enlisted the attention of some of our pub-lie-spirited
men of wealth; it is a subject
which concerns vory nearly the Immedi
ate anu futuro wolfure of tho city, and on
which cunnot fail of being, nt tho sain
time, oi individual profit. Wo are glad
va noio mo move above mentioned, an
hope to chronicle its early inauguration
The reputation of the Stein way piano
known all over the world.
ll-22tf. N P. Curtice, Agent.
"Our Happy Thouoht." Our oriclna
proposition to set apart a day for every
naao oi political opinion represented
me city, was a " happy thought." Yes
terday, being our accept-tbo-jituatlon day
we uaa me pleasure of a call from th
Rev. Mr. Bradley, (colored,) and tho ed
tor of the 'Sun, (whlto, when washed,
tho only two men of that kind in tho city
bjsldo ourself. In the company of these
two illustrious philosophers wo enjoyed
an Intellectual feast. They vied with
each other. Jake towered into tho region
of eloquence, and Davis went after him
evory tlmo. But, has our reader observed
that " tho paper over tho way " is agitated
about our happy thought, and roachoi
towards us its claw of wrath 7 It nv
that, on Tuesday, wo propose to entertain
certain Democruts, and keep our h.ml
opon for any trifles that may bo forced up
uu us. now lonir wou d wa un ,..
hand open until it was filled 7 is a question
tbo 'Sun' man may be able to answer in
1 . t . .
nccoruanco wuu ttio rule of three. AVImt
was it Patrick Henry said about havlni?
" wy juugmg uie future but bv tho
pasi t y o lorget ; but no matter. Then
rfitn ltnlC.l . L .
"6 i js mai. Hi comnanv
"Friend of my soul, this toblct sin .
wun lopo and Munn and Linegar and
iiura, we occasionally talk a littlo riost-
omco. r,ora bless the dear boy of tho
'Sun,' docs ho really bollevo wo havo our
eagle eye upon that "fat take?" Wo
haven't j by our dukodom I May our right
band, etc. Are wo, because we are liko
Washington with his little hatchet, and
can t ten a no by swearing that tho Dem
ocratlo party is not defunct aro wu to
have office forced upon us 7 Forbid It
Hummerwolll ho, no; In tho placid con
R. 8. BR1GHAM. M. I)..
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Of-
nee ioo commercial avenue, iiesiuence on
Tenth street, three doors west of C. It
DR. 13. C. TABER,
Will resume the practice of hi profession
with especial reference to the electrlca
treatment ol disease in all the new and im
proved method of application.
In all cases or lemalc complaints a lady
will be in attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up otalrs.
( WILLIAM U. BMITH, M. D.
BSIDBNCB No. 21 ThirtMBih strMt. bo.
' '"tt. Waahiogion aenae sad Walnut street.
( uiao u I uBinn:u aicu , up italr.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
nEHIDBNCI-eoronrNintb and Walnut tu
ryac corner Sixth stroat and Ohio lt?.
Qmtm hours from a a.m. to 1 pi., and p.m
H. WARDNER, M, D.
natttDKNCR-Corntr NIneUanth atrMt an
JLV wasblnaton aftnua.naar court bousa. Ol
flcoorar artar a Orocry Btora, Offle Hour from
10 a. m. to t'i m. aad :-om to 4 p. m.
rore the late advance In price. Messrs. tenlment of the friendship of Munn, who
GoldstlneA Rosen water can, consequently, M buckler to ui ot Linegar, who Is
sen ai prices exceedingly below those now
current in this market. They ask the
DR. R, BLUM,
Surgeon and Mechanical
X) EJ35T T 1ST!
Oflce, Coauaerclol Avenue between Ninth
asd Tenth treU,
1 wouW respsctrullr announce to the Citi
sM r Cairo d Surrounding Country,
that I have optxxd an oce for the practice
ot mf afvftaskm at the above Btutioned
pteM, rkMT7 htf to racelvs a dure ol th
public paUtBaf. AM Mmw wUblaftha
Stir mk dtatal work tlieuM girt a eail.
public' call and inspect their goods and
ascert -n their prices, being satified that
no ono will go away from the store, leav
Ing behioi them tho bargains this firm
are prepared to offer. jf
Personal. Abraham Alford, of th
firm of Williams and Alford, extensive
iumtor dealers at St. Louis, passed
through hero yesterday, from an extended
trip through Middle and East Tennossee,
where ho has been purobasine a !aree lot
of cedar timber which will be shipped to
aji,. jyu Tia umro, a loon at tho boatioir
lea.!.. . V- m .
CUMU" Aenneiieo river commencos
. U 11 T . f
... . uBiiuingf, passenger agent
of the Missouri, Kansas and T.xas
raiiroau, is in tbo city on business con.
nocioa wun nil road.
Samuel Lewis, Wm.DouKhertv.(J.,.
Lountbury and C'apt. Hambleton, all of
a in .. . ' v
aiuuna wiiy, were visible on our streets
Waller Kdson ha just rolurned from
Louisville whore bo ha been attending to
tbacoal business of W. H. Brown.
-vaPi. wm. Kinr 0f st. Louis, tie
., T 108 u'fo. nd St. Loul
railroad, was U, the city yesterday.
-J. Burger has returned from Chicago
wbera bus been purchasing good. '
-Marlon WrigH ofSu John,, wa, in
town yasUrdar. '
as a breastwork to ut nt "U,i
wouia not see us injured for tho world,
and beneath tho benignant and approving
smilo of Pope, we sbull live happy, nnd in
peace with them, as long as thoy pay icg-
iui me iiuLLETiN, and dying
wo man aiK no opitaph but tho words
"He died a Democrat! but It was his mis
fortune, not his fault."
Hyacinth glass In assorted colors for
,ale at Dan'l Hartman's
a. ono siory uricK bouse ; with a lot 33
feet front by 100 feet deep. The bon.n
contain threo rooms and kitchen, has two
balls, also a cistern atttachnd. For term.
appiy on the premises, corner of Twen
tieth and Poplar streets, Cairo, Ills.
iwj.im. Jami? A. Fry.
,m T,,VKMAY KVXNIMO, Xov.21, 1872.
The gccoral features of th mart.t .
inalns unchanged. Receipt, of corn and
bay aro llboral, and prices ol both tl....
commodltle aro weaker. A lart?
of corn is disposed of, but prices m.t i-
mads low or it could not b
old. Nearly all the business
ol Cairo at prsseut is confined to theordar
Oat ars tiff at an advance of one cent
on the bushel. Receipt aro insufficient to
meet, tbo demand, and a a consequence,
ocp price up. Wo nolo ono sale of ten
car in a round lot at 32 but this I
Flour shows a very slight Improvement
in the demand for cliolco grade.
Rates of freight are still l quotations.
Tho woathor continue cold but pleasant,
anu lavorable Tor general business.
i7Corresnondenta ahmilil knar
mind that our quotation represent prices
for round lot from first hands, unless
..1 1. ... 1 . ... a a .a . . .... '
uuiurwiso siaioa. and that In filling mall
order higher prices must bo pald.jf
JTL.UUH. Tho domand for cholco
grade how a vory slight Improvement
rnce remain about tbo same, and thero li
till very little oncouragement in tho gen
eral market, for wbolcsalo dealers. Wo
note sale of 200 bbls various grades on
ordor at $ca9 GO: 100 bbls cholccfumllv
f 8 008 70 ; C20 bbl varlou grades SXS
3 25, and 2 cars do, on order at $&fJ 7.
Sale to-day by Cairo City Mill wero lf.O
bbl whlto wheat, family, SO; 200 do
XXXXIS COj ISO bbl XXX 57 25; 100
XX SO 25, and 75 X $fi 75.
WHEAT Fair domand. 2 cars Red,
In bulk, del, sold at $1 40, nnd 2 car do
BRAN Firm. 1 car and 350 sack
old at $18, dehvorcd.
HAY I In light domand at about last
week figures. Rccoipts aro liberal and
the market is well supplied. We note
sale of 2 cars of gilt edged Timothy at $20
por ton, but thl Is an outside figure. Sales
since last report consist of 8 cars choice
mixed and Timothy at $1718; 3 cars
prime hay $17; 1 car mixed SIC ; 2 cars
choice Timothy, 319 ; 2 curs do 18, all
CORN Receipts are liberal and tba
market Is kept fully supplied. Prices are
weak. Very little difference mado In the
prices of mixed, yellow and white.
WHITE CORN-Sales comprise 2car
In sacks, del 45c; C car in bulk on track
15c; 1 oar in burlaps del 44c, and 4 cars
white, (sold early) at 38c In bulk.
MIXED CORN Sales consist offi cars
in sack del 43c; 400 sacks In ord;r lots
4445c; 1 car in sacks del -13c; 2i cars
in bulk on track 34c j 2 cars in sacle, del
44c; 1 car in bulk, on track 33c ; 2 cars
Yellow, in sacks, del 44c, and 2 can Yel
low in bulk, on track 34c.
OATS Scarce Tho domand exceeds
tho supply, and prices aro stiff at Via in
bulk, and 32c in sacks delivered. Sale
wore rnado as high as 32Jc, but this is a
ittlo above tho mnrket. talcs compiiso 1
car and 2 cars in sacks, delivcri-d 32c:
1000 sacks del 32c. 10 cars (round lot b
sacks at 32c. 4 cars 1l
sacks dol 32c; l car in bulk on track 2Cc;
and 1 car in sacks del 31c.
CORN MEAL Meal is in fair demand
prices are unchanged. 300 bbls stenm
dried del sold at $2 -10 ; 200 bbls do on or
ders 2 45'2 CO; 300 bbls Bechor' Caloric
on orders, private terms j 1 car load K. I),
del 2 40; 250 bbls K. D. on orders 2 50;
140 bbls S. D. del 2 40; and 200 bbls City
Mills steam dried, Evening Star, 2 50.
CLOVER SEED Wo note sales of 18
sacks at ?5 60 per bushel.
IJ U TTE R Choice roll is superceding
solid packed and is in good demand. 10
pkg choico roll sold at 23c.'0c;500
pounds do 27c ; 0 pkgs do 22j25c ; 2
pkgs cooking butter 10c; 5 pkgs common
15c; and 10 pkgs roll 25c. -
EGGS Market bare, receipts all taken
on arrival. 0 pkgs shippers count sold at
30u; 3 boxes do 30c.
CHIOKENS-Livo chickens are a drug
on tho market, some enquiry for dressed
poultry. 10 dozen small livo chickens
sold at St 00; 3 coops poor do do at 75c;
8 coops fair $2 00 ; and 4 coops good mixed
at 12 50 por dozen.
TURKEY'S Are scarcoand In demand
1 coop sold at SIC 00 per dozen.
GAME Would find a ready market.
i-onsiuerauio enquiry for quails and
prario chickens and nono coming In. 10
dozen quails sold ot SI CO per dozen.
PRO VISIONS Firm. We note sales
of CO bbls mos pork nt SI 6 00 and 3000
pounds shoulders, dry suit 6c.
POTATO ES-200 bbls mixed sold at
?2 00 nor bbl.
APPLES Aro In irood
cold snap ha cut off receipts for tho past
iuu uuin CHOICO SOIU at 113 00 to
Steamer Wm. Cowon, Loulsvlllo
James D. P.rkor, Cairo
Mary E, Poe, New Orleans
Fannie Lewis, Vlcksburg
" Friendship, St. Louis
" Kanawhn. Ohio River
" Illinois, Columbus
" John Liimlen, St. Loul
Steamer James D. Parker, Memphis
" Lawrence, Cincinnati
" Mary A. Poe. St. Louis
Fannie Low!, St. Louis
Kanawha, St. Louis
' Rover. St. Louis
John Lumsdon, Columbus
1IIO MCDDY COAL.
Stoamboats supplied at any time, both
Jay and night, with either lump or chest
nutccal, In any quantity, nnd on usual
terms, ht tho yard at Brand Tower. Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. OLYPHAIIT,
L. A. Bokee, Gen l Supt.
Hales Agent. 3-15-ly.
. IIOATS I.SAVINO TO-DAY
Tho olegant tcamer Emma C. Elliott
will have thl day at noon for Memnbl
and all way points.
Tho fine Jim Flsk. Jr.. is tho oacket for
Padueab and all way landings.
xno rasl and sunerior Dacket Otiicka tun
i tbo boat for Evansville and all wav
points, leaving this evening at 0 o'clock.
CONDITION OF TUE RIVERS.
Another decline of overal inchc in tbo
Ohio nt thl place. Navigation on tbo
Mississippi is attended with danger and
many difficulties, and. to use a vulear
phrase, Is ncarlv played out.
special dispatches to Tub Bulletin
report the condition of tho Ohio and Mis.
issippi rivors at various placos.
BUSINESS AND WKATHKK.
Business on tho landinc wai brisk dur
ing the day. The tow company wero
busily engged In loading their bar.
The weather was clear, calm and very
pleasant out doors.
The Salvor No. 2 camo down from tho
sunken barge Florence, which tbo Bon
Accord sunk in Bird's bend a short time
ago, whero sho has Leon taking out the
freight. She recovered nearly all the car-
trucks and railroad Iron and put them out
Mr. R. Jones on Hum m nr.
cial avenue, second door west
ot lenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots nnd Shoes of tho
Dest material in tho market
ana is prepared to fill all
ordors on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both tho work
and matorial ; his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of tho excellence of his
ho invites the patronage of
U1 PPilc- .MM.,
You can buv six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Primo
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
i oung Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BTXBY'S
On tho comer of 12th street and Washington
avenue, opposllo Bulletin office.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1872.
Tuition Irom 2 to 120 per term.
IN CLASSES OP 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will be spared to make it
to ill concerned.
N. P. CUKTIOE, Director,
eacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano
J. M. ltODENRATTnit
Teacher of Wkd and String Ins:ruments.
II V THK
QUI VIVE COTERIE
NOVEMBER 28, 1872.
All tbotc holding Imitations to the ieries
of live, respectfully Imltcd to attend.
it TJ.ckeU 2 50 '"eluding Supper.
1IJQ lit a
here, and will return and finish wrecking orivVD V xt iSi .
the barge. Tbero are some boxes of iron olvJJr AJN D HEAD!
and kegs of powder still In the barco.
ineiow uoat William Cowen arrived
from Louisville with ten barges Pittsburg
coai, urawing all the water there was in
thfcchannul, and did not touch bottom
oncfe Sho had to double trip it
Tin Robort Mitchell did not leave as
was reported. Sho was detained, having
a toiijwor bead cast for her ttarboard
engine. On her first trip the head
cracked, but not enough to causo troublo
until ihe was en her way down from
Evans'Tille this trip, when it wa found
necessary to have a new one cast at this
port. Sho was expected to leavo last
A. P. Smith, agent of the Iron Moun
tain railroad at Belmont, died at that
place Thursday night. Uo leaves a wifo
to mourn his loss
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
A place where you cau buy a much for
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undersigned would re.pectfully in
form tbo public that they bavo fitted their
now store house on Eighth street with tho
0 . a .
uncsi ana icst assorted stock of
The new steamer Jas. D. Parker mado genoral mercbandiso ever before brought
to this market, and in ordor
to secure a large portion of tho patronage
of the public,
The Fast and Elani !,, s,,.
S3" Leave Cairo forl'adticah ami vv,
i fery Th.ir.day aVd SunTive . ?&
at 6 o clock, connecting at Evansvllla wiflf
HLe,teuJ;,1 Cincinnati packet., tir
loos Passenger A"'
. i vuicini
freight or patuigo apply to
Tbo fine Passenger Packet
BEN. HOWARD v,,
Neolky Rum,... . I.;.....'.".. .cfeVk
tSTLeaves Cairo for Padu'c'aVi and'f'van.
board or to or p.o .fy 0!I
James llioos, Passenger Ag't.
SUII-Vt EEKL MalL LINE PACKET.
The line low prenure Passemrer Packet
W.B. PENNINGTON MaM
taTLcaves Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Pack' :ai
nWnV.aml lc- .Kor rreI8Ut or Pi8 ap
ply on board or to s
JAmm Hioog, Passenger Ag"t.
OAIRO AND PADUCAU
Trie splendid Maamtr
wis AltE DETERMINED TO SELL
"UH UUUUa AT LOWER
FIGURES Til AN
ANY OTHER ESTAB.
75 and 30 bbls do at 3 SO.
ONIONS 30 bbls sold at $2 20 pur bbl.
PLASTERING HAIR.-35c bushel.
LIME. In lots $1 25 to 1 oO bbl.
CEMENT. At wholMiiln nn
s ii i ) r i i i ww
a)& p IJUI.
POTATOES Per bbl S2 to
WHEAT. Tho rincca to-rtav
by tho Citv Mills, aro No. 1 -Wbli
$1 76; No. 2 White, $1 66; Rod by
sample, SI CO to 1 60; Mediterranean
$1 HO to 1 00. Damn or touih whoat li
.. i . I. - -
aACKS. Rcsowed Gunnlr-i initial
uiii uunapt, ij ajub. r.a, 18 els. lm
proveu uunnles, 2J Uushel, 21 cts. OuU
unui', u uusnei to cis. Lotion seam
icss nans, as to 3H ct each.
1 KOVISIWNS.-Sugar Cured Ham
pwin p ir,. 10 to 17c. Shoulders
uacoil OilC ! IJIOar Millet llannn tosioi.
Breakfast Bacon, 13Uc. '
ttornou u b. "7."., "'"
tn in. uafrii int its
ket'H.-y m. io to lOJc. ' '
cr, ijmI a Oolong II ack. 7fffii on .
Yoiiiil' m-fcon '$1 oof 40. ' W '
iSr V York Kact0O-, new, y it
New "ZnTrfe V Ka"0n' U1CJ1 C0
WW&3 76. lied'l'opjlW
, m .2Vi, 230c.; Laguayra. 28
Vv0,f5:-.V0.rain qj' dozen, ai
fsA m ' a WQ, 7" 5 s Ml
11EESWAX, a lb 30c.
-! . ! 7-OK"ao3ers uennan mottled-
i" i vHiiifatiuii mini, iin
TALLOW, Cl ft 7c '
Crushod Powdorod and flr.,?l'.i.i a" '
16 to lfiln. uu,r
FREIGHT COTTON, ComprcMCd to
NEW YOKK. 85c. : to llr .TniT11',,?
cniniir,.i.wf.,l ir. vt... v...... v..vw
TON. !. ,ul,i' i to DOS
rur.lUHT TO MEMPHIS yiom m.. .
"7. , ij Con. V cm. ntc.: Oati: K.V
0U,mS PbW- a,0-5 Apples, So". ; Pork '
.13. ; Whiskey. Wc. ; Lumber, Is ii.' a;
Heavy freight cwt..l7ic. ' ' w
TO NEW OltLEANH..
ft 00 ! f.'otlnn Ti ir ,Z
w. jienry ire iirrjt. W cwr. M,.
60c.; Apples, 60c.; Irk. 'So
V, tl 00 ituy ton, 7 00 ; Corn i
i A1?- .c. ; Tobacco 'a hhT.
'PA Ofl A per ilavl Airnt v .-...i
, i ultima, Mama,
her first appearanco at this port and was
pronounced by all who visited her to be a
fine storn wheel atnamr Mt,
handles wel, and has a carrying capacity
lor oigni hundred tons
Tbo St. Joseph will rcshlD bor frelcrht
on the Elliott and will probably return to
St. Louis with tho freight brought up by LISHMENT IN
tbo City of Helena and Colorado.
Tho Kanawha brought rf, .w. "ur ,loCK entirely now, and
barges of salt and loft with them for St. pre"'y for the coming fall and
Louis. winter tratlo of thl
xne itavon left tor at. Louis w th a tow of Ladies. Gents and t!hllrfr,.n.
oi Darges loaded with suit.
The Burksvillo took a big trip of erain LJJA O-OOIDS,
to St. Louis yesterday. SOOTS &c SHOES,
Tho Miss. V. T. Co . are havlni? thren CLOTHINO,
i i j . . .
K loaueu, one at each wharfboat, and HATS &: CAPS,
will send them out with thn tw... .....
which will verv llkelv b th n. ' l'lUBr rl,0,c' 10 be ,ounu lu
. ' . , .... ....
Tbo John Lumsden broucht 955 LarU ur"1 urJ Zooa na clothing establish-
uour ior Hon Orleans, which went on the mont
Miss. V. T. Co.' barges. Sho also had We call especial attention to our larce
carrels lime for Columbus. Sho re- assortment of dress Koods, shawls and
ported less than 5 feet out from Cape Glr- cloaUli whlcU jopartmont Is complete In
- "WYU UIIIV ICi in I -.11 It J.a 1 1 , t .
I the largest in the city, and we are en
abled to offer special inducement to pur
In Gentlemons' Clothing, Root and
Shoes, Hal, Caps, and furnishing good
wo aro fully prepared to moot all de-
WALL PAPER. PAT NTS mand at prices defying competition. As
u is 10 the interest of every one to buy
a-uiiy, Hensine, Uaaoliae,
ii.il tha celebratad illumiLatlDg
City National Bank nnlldlug-.
J3pecial atlaatioa paid to order Irom Mean.
nmni or dar
PARKER A BLAKE,
where good are cheapest and best
we cordially invito tho public
to call and examine our stock beforo pur
Our establishment is located on tho east
side of Eighth street, between Washington
anu commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
Dick Fowlur. Cantaln
4LnS,ne' ,AihY' Sunday excepte.l), at
i p.m. I or freight orpawtiirc apply on ,0aru
JA. ilALLOltV, Ag't.
CAlUi. AND MOUND CITY
Will rnake three lrip laij.
'LKAVINO CAIRO I LKAV'O M0UXD CITY
' y a.m. At 60 a.m.
A'"- a.m I At ,,.,,
At4MfJ. .. ...p.m. I At 0. . , . .j,.m.
orre mh cc.utf,5 10 ticket lor
p 60. V, IU land, when hailed, at any too!
Intermediate landing for pasHeiiifcw oi
, ... . UN., Nov. 8, 1872.
VI e have this day formed a partnership
for the purpose ol doing a forwarding and
commission and eneral wharfboat business.
The style ol our firm will be Linton ft Orr.
11-17 lw. a. M. our.
UNITED STATK3 MARSH AL'a S.U.E.
.,,,'v,rtu',eofawrltof iinlo Isiucd out of
the district court of the I'nllcd States, for
the Southern il strict of Illinois, in ndmlrkltv.
18.2, will be sold at public sale to th
highest and best bidder, for cash, at Cairo.
In said district, on thnrtotli invnr vn..nt...'
A. D. 1872, at 10 o'clock ii.m., the followlnir
described propcrltr, to-wlt : "
The steamboat GMavgow, her boaU, Uckle.
apparel and furiillure. '
The snmo liuvlntr
ordered by the couit lo be old.
laiWAKD R. ROE,
Springfield, UN., November CthVlSTi.''1'
healed proposals will be received at tho
city clerk's office until 7J o'clock p m. of
?i0".'i2?',lno,"'c,0',,a daJ'of December, A.
D.. 18.:!. for furn s i n? tin mumrini
HHObfl LUILDlNn CCP 11th HT. A OOM
H. T, UEROULDj
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
uaa rmiri and I'lumbera tnaUn.i m..
also Auirr 1
Tnlto Brotltera Fatosit Dry Oata Motor
NEW LIVERY STABLE
J3KTWKCN WASH'W AVBNUK AND WALMU1
Dr. B. V, riolda Informs toe publlo that ha hm
on the northwest side of Tenth street as name
Ills (Habits will be furolslmd with non but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at all
hours of tho day and night with safe teams
And Mortuout. Wells Oo's Automalla Waiat on th lowest terms.
uiutweraaaiiuppiy valve fortitsunbollw, em asK a share ofpubllopatronage
W.,. BLOCK, OOM-iMTo;S3.trict.S
Intr the work, or both, for th ft nnfifittnintf mm
of HldewalUonfhe follnwlng named streets,
to-wit: On the northerly side of Twelfth
street from tho terminus of the present side
walk on said street, between Wulnut and
Ccdur streets, to Locust street; on the
southcily sldo of Thirteenth strctt from
Commercial avenue to Washington nvtniia.
on tint east side of IJolbrook avenuo fi'om
west Twenty-third street to west Twenty-
luuiiu n iggi mi iiiu ruillll &1UU OI WeSt
Twenty-fourth street from Holbrook avenue
to J'arK avenue.
Said proposal Mmll bo directed to hi Mtv
council, and will be operctl at a Jolut meet
ing of the council at the timo nbovc mimed.
All proposals shall be inude In accordance
with tlie provision, requirements umi mn.i.
Ucatioii ot ordinance No, Si, nnproved
Octob. r 10th, A. D., 1872, whiel! ordinance
Is now on file In my office subject to vzamlna.
tion at any time.
Tbo city reserves tho light to reject any
or nil bids. J '
, . JJ: Jl HowtKY. City ClerK,
Cairo, Ills., Nov. 15, 1872. ' Slot
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuablo fanu within seven miles ol
Metropolis, on the Jonesboro Road, consist-
IllfiT Of 200 acres With GO nerea -liaril anil
other Improveincnts, now owned and form
crly oci'iipled, by J. T. Rcnnlo.
TERMS. Oncfourtb down balance in
one, two and three years note secured by
mortgage, with nix per cent. Intcrctt.
N. B. The timber Is good and has never
been culled and no timber will bo narmlMa.i
to bo cut or used, except what I necessary
lor the wear aud tear of the place, until after
tho second payment has been mads.
i or miormauon appiy to
J. T. SENN1X