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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1872.
raMiatla . ssliMss ""Mi"
Nat'ona! banks are
PmtrABi rot Chbitma. New and
lefant Jewelry.approprlata for Christmas
glu, may be found at Duder Brothers.
KUhribd. At tho parsona-e, Novem
ber 27, by Rev. II. D. Thayer, Mr. James
A. BroyhiU and Mm Catherioo E.
Por. P. W. Malkt, the man who look
the gold medal from Sm Celyer, will
wing the Kehoe clubs. A treo eiblbition
at the Llttlo Koiituckltn free luticb, Sat
urday night. 21
For Sal. Cheap for cash, a cottage
ln.id on Fifth street containing two
rooms and kitchen. Tho purchaser will
Vi.ta remove the lime from off of the
lot. For terms apply to
ll'J0-d3t. Ike Waltikb.
Tab finest Iree lunch ever spread in
Cairo will bo let out at the Llttlo Ken
tucklan next Saturday night. Oysters In
erery style, shrimps from tho Atlantic
nd the gulf, crabs from the Pacific, bear
from the Rocky Mountains, roast pig
boiled ham, etc., etc. 2t.
Cabd or Thanks. I desire to return
ray thanks to the Hough and Ready and
Arab fire companies, and in an especial
manner to tho Arabs, for tbelr efforts in
saving my houso from destruction by firo
on Wednesday morninc, Nov. 2 tu. Both
did tbelr full duty. Wm. T. Scott.
Tub Ccntknmal Exuiuition. The
First National bank of our city has been
designated and commissioned as agent, at
Cairo, of the International Centennial ex
hibition, to be held at Philadelphia, July
4, 1876. The bank has certificates of
stock, which are for into at the bank for
$10 a share.
Horses Stolkx. Two horses belong
ing-to Elixabe h Savory, a widow womuti
who ha lately removed to Cairo from tho
country, wero stolen last night nt about
even o'clock. Mrs Savory lives In the
fourth ward, near Thomas Meehan'i find
has been in tho habit of tying tho bonus
by the sido of tho house at night. She
tied them yesterday evening, and at about
eight o'clock found that they both had
been untied und tukon nwuy. Mrs.fcuvory
has every reason to believe that tho hors
es ere stolen, and will givo a rcasonible
reward for their return, or Information
that mav lead to their recovery. One
bone was four years old, 'Claybnnk" has
st wbito blaze down his face, from between
his ears to his nose, white mane and tail.
Tne other animal is a maro two years old,
is ft bay and has a white spot on her hip,
CiiBt-TMAS is Coui.nu. Budcr Broth
ers have made elaborate preparations for
Christmas in the way of filling their hand
some store room with new and elegant
jewelry, gold and silver watches, plated
nd silver ware of the newest patterns,
and a fine stock of pianos, organs and other
musical instruments. A look through
Uuder Brother's stock will leave no one ut
ft loss in tho selection of a Christmas
present for a friend. Every article in
their lino is placed beforo tho purchaser,
and he can select an elegant and appro
priate Christmas present for a big friend
or a little one, malu or female, wifo
daughter, sister or sweet-heart, at a price
suited to his puro and inclination. The
Budera extend a cordial invitation to the
public to tall and examino their Christ'
mas stock. 1 l-liS-tf.
" , 1 UUU Tni" n i u j- v
upon us yestorday on business.
Aldcn has removed hi commission
storo from tbo Loveo to Eighth street.
Mrs.Swander, tho well-known railli-
i rv. ... 1 1 t .
ncr, was .narnea on xuesuay 10 a
do Kentucky farmer.
Alderman Quince Standi has opened
a meat market In Eighth street. Standi
keeps always on hand tho best in his line.
Mr. Fisher ot tho cuslom-nouse, sent
his love to us yesterday, and Llnegar a
lock of his balr-LIncgar's, not isher ,
Mr. E. F. Davis' smiling countenance
cheered us for a few moments yesterday.
Ho has not returned to tho lUdical flesh
pots, llu holds out likn a bravo man.
Chris. Ilanny has on hand ono of the
largest and best selected stocks of dry
goods In Cairo. There is no articlo in h'
line that he does not offer ot a bargain
price to his customers
Mr. Yost, a Fedoral ofllcor, glanced
with a kindly smile at The Bulletin
building yesterday. The impulse ws In
him to call, but lie did not. If ho had,
what would dim Allen havo inid?
Mr. Phlllis, tbo cider, allowed the
light of his countenance to illuminnto our
sanctum yesterday. Our caso is nearly
desperate. Wo Hro almost there. And
what will tho man who runs us sny ?
Mr. Pope, a well-known gentleman
of Cuiro. called upon us yesterday. He
communed with us politically for u few
moments, and then folding his tent liko
tho Arab, silently walked away. What
will our Democratic guardian SBy ?
Brosf, who is not Ridical, chcored
us bv his prcsonco yesterday. Ho exiled
to ascertain if wo intonded to go to Vin
cenncs on tho Cairo and Vincennos rail
ro.id Friday. The car, It is said, will run
through on that day. All aboard I
Our good and handsome friend
Davii, the 'Sun' man, called upon us yes-
torday morning our Radloul day, you
know beforo brcnkfi8t. W o wero not
out of bed at tho llmu or wo should have
c1npcd him to our lu-nrt of hearts, as
Polonius puts It. Como nguln D., but
d n't tell of lour visit in Oath, whimper it
nit in the streets of Askitlon, and far the
love of heaven don't tell UendncUs or
Col. McKeulg is buck from Shawnee
town, and is happy. Ho and The Bul
bet in aro becoming what lngomar and
his "llumo" were, "two soula with but u
singlo thought, two hearts that beat us
ono." Will our Dt!inocrntic menus par
don this littio burst ? Wo aro now nt the
business, and can't resist tho temptation
to slop over. Mac culled upon us yester
day. But this Is in confidence.
Mr. South, tho wolloppcr or Dr.
Hulse, camo liko a ray of light into our
sanctum yesterday. Ho looks hearty, and
his nerves aro of Iron. Ho can ttrlko nn
awful blow ; but ho has sworn to us by
tho Hindoo love powder of Huliu and by
the Bots Charm of that canny creaturo to
not vrollop his evil genius again. What
if Hulse has South' saddle and harness
shop? Hasn't he n right to whut ho can
cot V Wo appeal to tho law ? What docs
It say? Tho law Is tho stronghold of crca
turcs liko HuUo.
The party at the St. Charles hotel, given
under the auspices of the Qui Vive
Coterie, promises to be the most brilliant
affair of tho season. Tbo largo and solect
assemblages and the perfect success, which
have crownod their past efforts, leaves no
doubt, bul that the entertainment to-night
will eclipse anything ever witnessed in
our city. No pains have been spared in
perfecting evory arrangement that could
possibly tend to the onjnymcr.l of their
guests and tho ploasuro of tho evening.
Ample refreibrncnts will bo spread by
" mine host, Rexford," who, as every one
well knows, perfectly understands his
business. Everybody will bo delighted
and happy, and tho few envious hearts,
hoping for and moditaling a failure, will
Warn with dismay, tbut the Coterio is im
mensely popular, and that their vocabu
lary contains no such word us fall.
A Cuaftku fob Unas and Bora.
The eccentric old gentleman, Sunta Claus,
veteran saint of all good children, wsh
present and lent his valuablo assistance
wben the bewildering stock of holiday
goods, just opened by Phil Saup, was se
lected. No one but St. Nick him
self could havo grouped together such a
collection of toys and playthings. When
he putdown on his list those cunning cx
preis wagons which are the wonder and
delight of boys of all ages, he was thinking
of tho good boy who never tells a
He, nor runs away from school,
nor loses his tuitions and who is suro to
get ono of these wagons fur o Christmas
gift. When ho iuld aside that beautiful
baby which adorns tho show window and
which is the magnet ot Utractioa for every
little girl who pastes that w.y, bo bad in
His mind tLo good little mrl who is sure
to get this doll or another just liko it for
her Christmas gift. The willow rockers
tbo chairs, the hobby horses, and the
smaller toys, too numerous to mention
need only to be seen to excite a dctermU
Btlon in the minds of all tho llttlo folks to
have as many as tboy can g-t. We In-
vile tbo boys and girls to give father and
mother no peace till Phil Sup has been,
visited, bis stock Inspected and Smiin
Claui informed what to send to the liltlo
PMOHAL.-Cptln Uurd dropped In
upon us yesterday, and lingered a few
moment. We entertained him with a
disquisition on the American eagle. Cap
tela Burd has been ca)led a Radical, and
therefor) wo are anxious to conceal from
tmt Democratic friends the fact that be
kMUkaato ut. If they should find it
tst what would As say ?
Council meets Monday night.
Services nt the Church of llio Re
Dr. Honnard has roturned to Cairo,
here tu rc-locato.
Tho minstrols list night at tho AtliC'
ncum, were a success.
Tho Budcrs are doing a thriving bus!
nets in tho jewelry line.
Tho tug, Cichn, hu been starved out
of tho Cairo and Mound City trade.
The bull of tho Coturio to-night, at
tbo St. Charles, will bo a splendid affair.
Tho woods in every direction from
Cairo nro burning liko liko burning
Ike Wnlder advertised ono of his
houses fur sale ono time in The Bulle
tin, and sold it.
Father Wittlg has returned to Cairo,
and tins brought back with him his
Mrs. W. P. Kellogg, wlfoof tho gov.
ernor elect of Louisiana, was at the St.
Remember tho mntinen of KIco's min
strels this afternoon, Ladies mid children
may enjoy a pleasant hour.
John Halpin of tho Ohio and Missis
sippi railroad, was in our city yestcrduy
on business connected with his road.
Scott thanks tho firo companies
through The Bulletin. They saved his
hotel from destruction Wednesday morn
Nobody but thoso invited will bo al
lowed to participate in tho scries of bulls
to b4 given by thu Germaniu dancing as
A saloon keeper on tho levee, being
thoreunto provoked by abuse, whipped
three or four of bis fellow creatures, llu
was justified by the circumstances.
Tho steamer Bon Accord has been
hid up iu the bend ubovo this city in tho
Mississippi (or the winter. Captain Buy
has gone hum? to Vet Virginia.
Tho Rico minstrels guvo a first-class
entertainment at tho Atheneum last night.
and will give a mutinee this afternoon und
another entertainment to-night. Gol
Mr. Mcliule, formurly of Ireland,
aughlngly wulkcd lnt our innermost
sanctum yesterday with tho tread of un
avenging Democrat, but ho neglected to
Thero will bo Union Thanksgiving
services held in tho Presbyterian church
this morning at hulf-pas't ten o'clock.
Rov. H. 11. Thayer will preach thesonnon.
all aro kindly invited.
Myers Is contemplating another raid
on tbo loose hogs of the cil y. and ho bought
two lots from weuD yestorday for cash,
eight huudrcd dollars I Is thero that
much cash in tho world ?
Nightly we cuss the gas, which rcgu
larly goes out. Water In tho pipes Is the
trouble. Tho pipes are tho only thing
about Tub Bullktin office that aver gets
von much water " aboard,"
ex-Alderman James Carroll of the
Fourth ward, a neighboring city, shook
hands with Tub Bullztin. Ho looked
Demociallo, and w therefore negltctsd
to bsk nun now nt uusa Grant.
Tho team of Jones ran away yester
day. When the horses started there was
a carrlago hitched to them. When they
stopped, the carriage, whera was it ? The
pieces have not all been found. Nobody
Wo had Intended to writo an eloquent
thanksgiving article for this issue of Tub
Bulletin; but wo didn't, and wo are
glad of it. Thanksgiving essays are vani
ties that border upon tho domain of prosy
Tbo epizootic has been here. On the
steamrr Malllo Bacon, which was at our
wharf ytsterdar, wero eleven horses all
afilicted with epizootic. The owner of
tho animals was prevented by the city
authorities from bringing them ashore.
Tho Iko Hammltt isunlosdlng two
barges of rock on the leveo between Second
and Fourth streets, and moro is to te
brought. Col. Taylor is preparing, wp
balicvo, te pave the leveo from Fourth
down to a point oppoilte tho ft. Charles.
o shall publish no paper to-morrow.
Our printers aro tho most thankful men
in tho United State, and they desire to
appropriutely celebrnte tho day especially
set apart for Thanksgiving. Good boys.
Chief of Police Myers intends, (so
Rumor has casually remarked), to run for
polico maglstruto next spring. Whether
ho will run un the straight Democratic or
tho Citizens' Ticket, or on his own merit,
has not vet transpired. Ho will duly con
sider this subject, and take his choice.
Geo. Honnard, ton of Dr. Honnard
has concluded to make tho raco for city
clerk. His friends ray ho is competent,
und thov bellovo ho has running ability
thut will bring him out ahead in the race
He is suid to meun "business" and to buvt
inado up his mind to come off with the
burner of victory in his good right ham':
George, go in 1
Wo wero called upon by so many
friends yesterday, Radicals und Demo
crats, thut we could get no tlmo to write
uny of our world fnlightcnlng editorials.
Ditto tho dy before. Our friends stu)
with us till tho paper has gono to press ai
night, and call on us in the morning te
a-ccrtuiti why wo don't writo moro for
Tim Bulletin. Wo can't toll them, of
Five now cases of small-pox, four
negroes ntul ono white mun, were admitted
to tho smull-pox pest-house- yesterday.
Tho houso has become too small to ac
commodate Its patrons, and Mayor Lans
uon has employed workmen to build an
addition to it. All the cases so far de
veloped in Cairo this season have been
truccd to St. Louis.
Tho alarm of nro Wednesday morn
Ing was occasioned by an incipient confia
grution in Scott's, colored, hotel on Com
morcial n"enuo. An incerdiary bad kin
died u fire under tbo gas meter in tho hope
that thero would bo an explosion and a
big blaze, but the firo ran up tbo pipe into
tho offlco cf tho hotel and was making
headway when tho engines got to work
The bell was rung in a peculiar manner,
fow ot tho citizens heard it. Tho Uibcr
nian's did not throw water, although tboy
wero on tho ground. Tho fire wus easil)
controlled by the other two companies
which, beini: near tho fire, had cot to
work beforo the Hibernians arrived.
Thev wereeolng to Blandvlllf, Kentucky,
Hiram Hill, submarine diver, ion on
the train yesterday for Louisville, to meet
Cspt. Shallcross, and will likely go to the
lunken Mary Miller near Uniontown.
He will also look after some railroad iron
belonging to them, which was sunk a short
Mr. J. J. Wilfred and bride were pas-
tengers on tho Glasgow from this place to
Pilot Tom Jones has gone to his farm,
back of Hickman, wbero he will spend a
week shooting game, which Is plenty,
All that can be seen of ihe burnt
steamer U. M. Sbreve, is her rudder post
and part of her chimneys.
The Bismarck brought out a bargo wen
loaded and had considerable freight on
The City of Chester left last night
with a gocd trip of freight and passengers.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
.A.T 74 OHIO LEVEE.
Kctail and Prescription,
Corner VVnhlnjrloii Ave.
and Eighth street.
tjr NaUesssU Bassk Bnlldin.
aJSpeeia) attentioa paid tooMtrs train M'n
XJ G SH
maviinn.ni huh 3U1
Sunday Evkmnu Decemuer 1st,
For the Benefit of
THE THALIA SOCIETY.
Merriment, mirth and laughter, cmlirarlng
telcnee and mystery. The managir tnkc
reut picaturo in announcing mat tuer nine
eiiL'accu rror. r . v u ii ev. me trreai aii
tmllan wlzanl,aml chuniplou vcntrlloquut of
1' he lollowlnir selections arc from Ma cx
tensive repertoire of experiment: "Manic
drouth ol Flower," " I'lsuppcarlnjr Miril
Caeca," " Flouting head," ' lloivlsol Kish,"
' lnexiiaustnli e Hat." "unarmed uanirv
ilirds: '-the "Mu-ical Ilanlo" lloatin' In
mid air, and others. The management bcgi
leave to Miv to the public, that it Ix their In-
tcmion to give to me uniro punuc uu enter
tainment that can not bo excelled In the art
or magic, as the name of this great perlor-
tuer win snow ior iiseu.
Doors open at 7:30. Performance at 8.
Tickets, 'lit and 60 cts.
Leo Schultz, Manager.
3 H BRUSHES, g STUFFS.M j O
Hfl COSMETICS Cfej WINTERS B9B C
IkH TOILET F-WMATCRIAL.HHU RV
Of chamoN and rabbit kln,
At I1ARCLAY BROS.
FOR SOKE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
11ARCLA Y 1IROS.
And Disinfectant ir Stables,
At UARCLAY UROS.
BY Til It
QUI VIVE COTERIE
NovEMnr.n 2a, 1872.
All tlintn l.nl.lll... Il.l In ll.. . I..
of Ihe, rcspeetluiry luWlcd to attend.
Ticket!) (2 do including Supper,
Established, Nu ember 18,
HUE TJS I o .
On the corner oflitb etrectand Washington
avenue, opposite Rulletln otllce.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 18T2.
Tuition Irom 2 to 820 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will be spared to make it
to all concerned,
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
J. M. RODKN RAUOII,
Teacher of Wkd and Strluc Ins ruments.
(See circular.) n.u tf.
And "rnhcrs.il Standard."
At BARCLAY BROS.
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOIL EVERYBODY
THE LITTLE KKNTUCKIAN.
A place where you can buy as much for
as you can elsewhere for
i ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
Jk. T H B 1ST B TJ IMI !
ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
ITO"V. 27 -A.2STX) 28.
GRAND FAMILY MATINEE,
For Ladles and Children,
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOV. 2sTH,
Steamer F P Oracev, Cape Girardeau
'! St Luke, Memphis
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle
" Malliu lUgou, Cincinnati
" .1 L Hyutt, St Louis
" 1 1 1 moi, Culuir.bus
" BUraarck, St Louis.
Steamer F P Gracey, Hickman
" St Luke, St Louis
" ArKnnsxa Bulle, Evansvillo
" Mallie Kngon, Memphis
" J I, Hyatt, Louisville
" Illinois, Columbus
" City of Chester, Memphis.
niO MUDDY COAL.
StoAmboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut ccal, in any quantity, and on usua
terms, ut thu yard at crand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application,
II. V. Olyniant,
D. A Bokee, Gen'l Supt.
Sales Acent. 3-lS-ly.
1I0AT8 LUAVINf! TO-DAY.
The One packet Quickstep is tho packet
fur Evansvillo and all way points, leaving
this evening. The oleant Jim Fisk, Jr.,
will lcavo at 4 p, m. for Pudu:ali and con
nects with tho M. & O. R, R. Tbo Burks
villo is the packet leaving at 10 a. m. for
Hickman. Thu fine Bismarck leaves fur
New Orleun this evening at 0 p. in.
CONDITION or TUK RIVKIIS.
Iloro tho Ohio continues on a steady de
cline, and is uboul our feet above low
water mark. Between hero and Lotiif
vlllo tho channel is getting low. Steamers
nro not looked for out of tho Mississippi
until tboy round the point, then their is u
certainty of their getting hero. The chan
nel is in u most deplorublo condition, and
thero is no prospect of a changa for the
Special dispatches to The Bulletin
ropot tho condition of tho Ohio nnd Mis
sissippi rivers at various places.
llUfclMESH AND WKATIIEB.
Business was fine on and nboat the
steamboat landing during tho day. The
weather was clear and cold,
Tho James Howard went up to Mound
City und put olTtha railroud Iron and re
turned here, Sho will load here for n re
turn trip and will lcavo about Friday,
Tho Frunk P, Gracey brought a loud of
corn from Capo Girardeau and left yestcr
duy fur Hlckrnnn with a lead of grain and
ihinglcs. Sho also towed two barges of
coal to Columbus.
Tho Joo Fleming left for St, Louis with
a tow of lugs yesterday morning.
Tho Mallie Ragon arrived with a fair
trip, and was a week coming from Cin
cinnati, which detention was caused by
cold woather. On her arrival it was
learned that sho had on board a number
of horses that had tho epiiootlc, which
created considerable alurm among owners
ot horses here, and tboy had It so arrang
ed that they were not permitted to put
them off hem. They landed at the ferry
lauding in Kanlucky and put tbtui aibor
THE LARGEST AND FINEST EVER
GIVEN IN CAIRO.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the public that they havo fitted their
new store houso on Eighth street with the
finest and best assorted stock of
LUNCH ! general merchandise cvor beforo broucbt
to this market, and in order
to secure a largo portion of the patronage
of tho public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
SATURDAY NIGHT. NOV. 30
EVERYBODY INVITED !
THE LUNCH will be composed of
anything and everything that can be
enumerated, from a SHRIMP to a
EISENBERG'S STRING BAND
Will bo in attendance and enliven the ban
quet with unrivalled music.
PROF. P. W. MALEY
Will add to the enjoyments of th'i occasion
by a display of gymnastic exerclics with the
COME I COME !
There Ii room for all.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for tho coming full and
winter trado of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
boots & shoes,
hats & caps.
And all ntber articles to bo found In a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
We call especial attention to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department Is complete in
all ith details. Our stock of
is the largest in the city, and we aro en
abled to offer special Inducements to pur
In Gentlcmens' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
we aro fully prepared to moot all de
mands at prices defying competition. As
it is to the interest of every ono to buy
where goods are cheapest and best
we cordially invito tho public
to call and examino our stock beforo pur
Our establishment is located on the east
aide of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
Ilouii III. mum;.
J. C. II U ELS,
Late ol St. LuuU.
HOOK IlINIIKIt AND BUNK BOOK
Corner Twelfth Mrcctand CommcrciarAve.
BLANK HOOKS of everr dccrf ntlon done
with ueutucM ami dl-patvh. All kinds of
ruling done ut Miort notice Dlhlcs, Music.
Mut'uziliei and I'rrlodivatt bound neat und
ut the lowest po-lble rato.
louiiiy work, fucli at ltccoMs, Docket,
Fee Uoukx. HLiukii. etc.. made u inecialltv
Boxes rocket Books. KueloLe. etc..
made to order. U-'Jitf.
ftTKA MBit ATM.
20 STAR PERFORMERS 1 20
Including the well-known and prominent
W.M. HENRY RICE,
SIO. (iUSTAVE BIDDEAUX,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Who will positively appear In one ol their
popular anil uucijuulcd
PARLOR ENTERTA INM ENTS 1
pronoumcd by prcs and public the best mill
ttrcl entertainment ever given.
Jy Reserved scan can be secured at the
liox UUlcc witnout extra charpe. urace
open Irom 10 to 4 on d:iyj or performance.
PRICES AS USUAL.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAI1 4 EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY U. S.
Tbi t'tat toil Elrkkut I'Minr 9n)r
Jack Ohammkr, Mister.
Ei. Thomas, Clerk.
33 Leave Cairo for I'aducah and Evsns
vliie, eery Thursday and Sunday eveuinx,
atU o'clock, connecting ut EvantvlJIe with
the Loulitvllle and Cincinnati packet. For
freight or outage apply tu
Jameh Uiggs Passenger Ait'.
REGULAR CAIRO, I'ADUCAH & EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The fine I'aitengcr Packet
R. S. RRIQIIAM, M. D.,
Honironatbtc 1'hvMclan and Snrccon.
flee KIO Commercial avenue. Residence on
three doors went of C. R.
DR. B. O. TABER,
Will resume the practice of his profession
with especial reference to tho clectrlca
treatment ol diseases In all the new and un
proved methods or application,
In all cases of tetnale coinplalntt a lady
win lie in .mruunncG,
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up italrt.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
OESIOENO.Nn. si TnirtMDih strast, be
IV Iwrca Wellington uTenu and Walnut stress.
umot-MiuomniritiaTnua, np siaira,
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
DKBIDKNCE-cornrrNinlh and Walnut sU.
ivumce comer nixtn street ana unio iy.
union nnurt rrom n .m. to 14 m.. ana p.m
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain und ornamental,
Particular attention paid to Glass OlUlina
Orders solicited for Scenery, Fresuoo und
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Sealed propoal will be received at the
city clerk' otliee until 7 o'clock p in. of
.Mouduy, the h coml day ot December, A.
D., 187'J, lor furuiohlng the material, or do
ing the work, or both, for the con, traction
of sidewalk on Ihe following named street-,
to-wlt : On the northerly Mo of Twelltli
Mreet from the tcrmlmix of the present tide
walk oil nuid htrect. between Walnut and
Cedar htrcctn, to Locust Mreet; on the
houthcily Mdu of Thirteenth strcit from
Commercial avenue to Wuxhliitoii acuiiu;
on the t-U't hide ot llolhrook avenue from
went Twenty-third street to west Twenty
loiirle s reet; on the smith side of west
Twenty-fourth street from llolhrook avenue
to l'urk avenue.
Said pmpo-aN shall be directed to the city
council, mid will be opei cil at n joint meet
ing of the council at the time above named.
All propo-uh shall lie made in accordance
with t lie provisions reijiiircliicuu and speci
fications of ordinance No. '.'A, approved
Octob r lutli, A. I)., 1t72, which ordinance
is now on lile In my office subject to cxumluu
tlon at uny time.
Tht) city reserves tho right to reject any
M. J. Howlkv, City Cleric,
Cairo, Ills., Nov. 15. 172. dlOt
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
By vlrture of a writ of sale Issued out of
the ditrlct court of the United Stater, for
the Southern district or Illinois, In admiraltv,
dated on the first day of November, A. D.
1872, will he sold at public rale to the
highest and best bidder, for cash, at Cairo,
In said district, on the.lQth day of November,
A. D. 1872, ut 10 o'clock a.m., the following
described properlty, to-wlt :
The steamboat Glasgow, her boats, tackle,
apparel und furniture.
The same liuWiig been condemned and
ordered by the court to bo sold.
EDWARD R. ROE,
U. S. Marshal.
Springfield, Ills., November 0th. 1872.
BEN. HOWARD Master
Ntr.i.KV Rfim Clerk
rSTLcaves Cairo for I'aducah and Evans
vllle every Tuesday and Friday evening ut tl
o'clock. For freight or passage apply on
board or to
Jamka Bir,o, Passenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVH J.E
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The One low pressure Passenger Packet
B. PENNINGTON Mast
t3TLcaves Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Padu .lb
und Evansvllle. For freight or pastage ap
ply on board or to
JAMKS Ulcus, Tassrngcr Ag'l.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tbe splendid stesmsr
Dick Fowlkr, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY', (Sunday excepted), at
p.m. r or ircigui or passage uppiy on uoaro
or 10 JAK. JlALLOltr, Ag l,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
PBTWEEN WABU'W AVSNUK AND Vf A.LVV1
Dr. P. X, Fields Informs tne publle that he hai
II. WARDNER, M. D.
KUIDKNCK-Cornr NlneMenth street and
LV Wuhlnaton avenue, near eenrl house. Of
Beesver Arier'sOroeervHtore, Oflee Hoars from
w in. eaq iivm mi v, w,
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All woik In
trusted to my care will be promptly at
Undsd to. Shop In Perry Houss. coiner 1
Commercial avenue ana Kigntb strtst.
on the northwest side of Tenth street as ossse
tile Htsblee will be furnished with sene bat the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at all
hours of the day and night with safe teams
on tbe lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share ofPubUoMtroBaft
and will andtavor to merit It by W dsaUng
ana stnot aiMBBoa to dumb(m.
11. M. UULEA,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruita Si Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
And Peeler In
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
(37 All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at the lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. andCommerclalAve,
THE HEW SYSTEM.
HCTAILKD AT WBOLMALX
rmcBS rott cash.
AT H. C. TIIIELECKE'S STORE
WABHINOTOK AVKHUB. BTWK
AND JCLSVKNTU -BBII.
60 tbs. dbt Cuba Sugar for -
gl II tl " ...
'1 ...... rt. 1
lbs. A oonee ougar, n. i. oiu.
Prime Klo Coffee for -
f 5 0
ii Old Government Java
Teas and other staple and fancy Groc.
rles equally as cheap.
Goods niw and full wlU gWw. Osvll