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HAIKU. ILLlflUlO. oAIUlvlAI, UVbJlDEiK 10 M
JOHN II. OBBULY, PROPRIETOR.
Consciously and Peacefully,
He Breatnea ins
President Grant 3Iftnifests
Marked Respect for
MUCH SYMPATHY EXPREsSEUi
IN HIS HEIIALF IN
EULOGIES 01' THE PHK&5
REMARKS OF THE TRIBUNE
UPON THE DEATH OF
ITS EDITOR AND
W kl 1 r . liTU II I II I' V I I 1 r
AT Till'. BANQUET TO MIN
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
MR. OREELKY OIWWINO WORSE.
New York, Nov. 'JO. Mr. Greeley's
u pinfcteJ moineniarllv. bom ny
.1. ..I.f.n.llm. M Vl t in, U tl . Tift
ii. raiHLiEB miu n . . . 1 1 u I l . ' -.
f Dr. Choatu in Tarry-
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t 1. III. 1 I a . n.Uul., In
J . I It- Ut.. lilt utlar.il
nta Hp Hurnrnnnd. one of hit tihvsi
ianiiftiM: I doubt If he will live forty-
t Ue I,,... ..( 1 iVw-tnlit tint u kiirnriiml
o hr of Mi death to-night. While I wm
t tha bediido'' added tho doctor. Mr
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n. and wiio lik? to let; ur. urreiov.
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in i r . i riH'it v. uu uu nuun
Veed? Mr. Greeley stared vacantly,'
i . t i.
uu answerou, i ne.ur uiei mm uciwiu "
it life,' and then said ' I nevor heard
escribed Mr. Greeley as talking incohcr-
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ntiv all icm Hint, nnu cuinc uuu-j umu
Ul DOM SOT KNOW HIS DAL'OHTER.
He doci not know hit own daughtor.
Tbe latest advices received at the Tri
une office regarding Mr. Greuloy's con
ltlon thit morning, statu that he failed
ery much during tho night, and is op-
erently linking rapidly. H is sleeping
UH. ORRF.ELKV BINKIM).
New York, Nov. 29, 3.30 p.m. Mr
1... l.ni.ii Ilk u a tat ii tr tlmnt tl
I.. O tl. el.tV
m IIIIL'lllllCIUllrXlUra BIJI.l V w iwvn t-nr
i in. ... ti.A Mti tc tti.:
aril in lt. iiim uu 3c rk kiiv tip
erceptiblu, unit hi. itrengtn iteauuy
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HE UliRATIIES II H I AST.
New Yoiik, Nov. 29, 7:30 p.m. Kor
ea Orooley died corudous and puacefully.
t 6:60 p. m.
bVMPATIIV foil nUKKLKV.
VASMNaTO.v, Nov. 29. Frequent In-
ulriei were niadu to-day by ull rlaiset in
eirarJ to Horaea Oreelev'. health, und
1. ... .MnE iivnrnti.il in till )ll
If A rnnnrt of )iU dimlh LeltlL' in Cif
ulation early thu oveninp, and having
ached the preeident, hu and Ills family,1
i . token of re. licet, did not attend the,
eception of tho diplomatic corps given by
be iecretarv of Hate, and to which he wa
nvlted. but sent a note explaining the
. i. . ..i
auie oi vueir nu;enee.
TUK IIEKALU'8 KULCQT.
The Herald In its (ditorial to-morrow,1
peaking of Horace Orceloy, ay : "From
ay today for a week tho news of air.
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be country not wholly unprepared for
t If I...! 1 .
m u uu unuiii nnu uk no ii ov u
tf LI f tl.u tlw. r,,... - r,r 1.1- ,..... I. ...Ill
i niiuiciii iunt t ii u o n w ui. ULiihii n 11 1
AM.(Mnn aim rtmtnln lltfn Irirt iniiinl ..f'
be fall of a giant plno in the stlllf.cin of
ho woodi, lie Inn in a mistaken asplra-
lon for a higher Hold of use
Hen a ncrlfico to hit political ambition
n muiu lu nuuiL-uiutu luu kuiiitiiniiuiiii.
fr- ...1.1-1. I. I 1 mm,.A 1.tn
mAt-Inn lrmrnHiiit. nnu lu luavlui? It to
Hrnnnad thn ubitianrA far ii Ah ado W of
a .11. A I !..' IK l.l.ln.i
nd "ondurlng roword, (Irceley'i Indiu
an iionorcu imino i.tiiitin, aim a iugn re-
iWnrd of it n cti(.iiuriiilng examplo a an
lAtnerlean jourmilitt and lulf-iiindo iiikii,
(Til V. TKIllUNK ON TUK DKATII Of IIOllAUU
New Yoiik. Nov. ly. Tho TrlLuiiu of
lo-rnorrow : "Tlio niolanchoiy an
nouQcement of tho death of tho editor
and foutidor of tho Trihuno, though for a
few dayt it hat hiD ux peeled by hit fum
ily and intiuifi'U frienda, full" upon
ui with all the ihrck of a Hidden calam
ity. Ho had rosched Indeed, a rlpo, old
ge, but tltno had not laid in withering
touch upon him. His ipleiidid constitution
easily bore tho st-ain of enormous labor
Ilia mind was a froth, Itrong, and sugges
live as In the prime of life; his generous
impulses were unchlllcd by disheartening
experience through tbe trying campalgi
which has just closed; his physical
vigor, his tact, bis intellectual actlv.
Ity surprised oven thoo wbo kn-jw
ilm bst, and scorned to promise niany
lyears of iisi-fulneM. It is certain that no
history of the most critical period In our
national life can ever be written in which
Koruce Greeley ihill not bo a conspicuous
Uguru, but thu noblest career in his eye
was that which is given up to others'
wants. The tues.lul life was that which
Is work, und in conflict with wrong and
oo. The only ambition worth follow
ng was tho ambition to alleviate human
misery, nnd leavu tliu world a little
btter than he found it. That lie
bad done this was tho consolation which
brightened his lattdays and assured him
he had not lived in vain. It i not fur u.
in our drt hour of Ion to paint his char
acter or catalogue hit virtues. Although
fur several months we have mined the in
splration of his pretence and
the guidance of his wito counsel,
his spirit bas never Ceased
ts animate tboie chosen to continue bis
wurkf, and tbe close bond of sympathy
between the chief and his assistants
b.s never beeu broken. We leave
bis .praises to the poor who,
he succored; to tbe lowly whom he lifted
up; to tbo slave wbose back he saved
f om tbo lasb; to the oppressed whoi
wrongs he made bit own."
V asiuvotos, Nov. Gen. Horace
Porter has been elected Vice President ol
tbe Pullman Palace Car Co.
Heacquaktkwi, N. Y., In caso Gen
Porter accept, wbtch Is probable be will
Gen. Bancroft will bo atcigned tbe post'
lion of secretary to the president,
THE WAMIIIUHNK UAKQUKT.
Nkw Yoke, Nov. 'J9. Mr. Win. M,
Lvarta will pretidii at tbo reception to
Minister WathburnH, by tbe L'nion
League club, Wednesday eight.
l lie application to Unit. l btates au
thorities to roduce the bail of Wondhull
ii Clallin, was refuiod to-dav.
St I.oi'is Nov. :n Tho weather yes-
terday and to-day win the coldest of tbe
season, the mercury this morning fell to
flv ubove zero. Tbe river is full of sharp
loo and navigation is suipended. The
Underwriters r"fue to place risks on car
goes until further notice, and inot of the
steamboats have gone to the banks and dis
charged their crews.
itAii.itAAii thaiv tiihown
J FROM THE TRACK.
ENGINEER BURNED TO DEATH
AND FIREMAN FATAL
TRIAL OF SUSAN B. ANTHONY,!
UOUDKK COMMLSdlON'S REPORT.
I'.r.I'ORT OK GEN. SHERMAN.
Ili-iotled K-poclally for the Bulletin.
SLAN B. ANTItO.N V.
Rochester, Nov. !). The examination
of ftu3nn B, Anthony nnd fourteen other
females charged with voting contrary to
aw was held this morning bufore United
States Commissioner Storrs. Mr. Pa und
appealed for tliu government and Judge
rfeldon and Mr. Van Vorl for defend.
ants. Tho inspectors and other olHten
connected wiui tuo uiectioa were sworn bh
to wbut transpired. Tho defendants ad.
mittcd the facts to bo us alleged and in
pica claimed that they had a right to vole
under tho Fourteenth amenement to the
BHEKSiANB It I POUT.
WAsni.VQTON, Nov. 29. Gen. Sher
man's report shows the actual forco of en.
listed men in thu army 29,330; coinmili-
sioned ofllcors 2,104. He submits with ro-
poit names of those of all oUcers com'
manding military department and di
visions, which am so full there leaves him
hut to submit them with approval,
New York, Nov. 9 It Is said tho
Mexican border commission demand that
Gun. Cortina be cuurt-malialed. and that
Mxi'ans be held rctpneiblu for damages i
also that the Texan frontier be patrolled
SEVERAL PASSENGERS SERIOUS
EXPLOSION OK A POWDER KAC
TORY FOUR PERSONS
Reported frpeclaltyfor the Bulletin.
Cleveland, Nov. 1!9. At about 1
clock this morning, tbo Cleveland rol
ling mill companr, spike and cut factory.
foundry, pattern shop and office, located
t Newburg, Ohio, was entirely destroyed
by Arc, Loss IOO,000. Insured for 100,
Sykiccsk, N. Y., Nov. 1!3. An engine,
baggage und two paMengitrs cars on the,
Bingnamptotn road, lnt night, ran ofl
the track over an cmbaiikmeut 15 feet1
high, near Jameivillo. Engineer )Ichan
burned to death, tho fireman was fatally
fcnldi-d, nnd all thu cars and pngino aro a
otal wreck. All tho passengers were'
bruised hut one; throe or four seriously,
IjUali.sk factory Kxn.oiirs.
Ml lwai'k ee,Nov, 29. Commlngi' Du.
alit.o manufactorv, three or four miles.
north of here, exploded yesterday eve.
ning killing four persons and badly'
wounding a fifth.
New York, Nov. 29. By the arrival
of the steamship South America yesterday
from Asplnwall the 18th, Information it
received that three boats of the steamer
Gautamala, wrecked on Tonela bar Octo
ber 13, succeeded in making shore, but
the fourth boat containing Chief Engineer
Bartholomew, First Officer fcmith, one
passenger and eleven of the crew, had not
been heard from at latest advices, and
were believed to have been lost.
TWO BOILERS EXI'LOtiE.
Cuicaoo, Nov. 29. About 4 o'clock
this morning two large boilers In a rolling
mill near Springfield, Illinois, exploded
instantly killing Thomas Robertson,!
fatally injuring George C. Miller, tbe fore,
man, and slightly hurting three others
An insufficiency of water in tbe boilers is
said to have boen tbo cause of the ex
New York, Nov. 29, Woodruff
Robinson's stove bouses damaged by Are'
a week ago, suffered anotbor $10 000 lots
to-day from the same cause.
HOTEL AND KERRY-DOCK HURXID.
Pollocks hotel Guttenburgb N, Jersey,1
burned early this morning, tbe flames
communicated to Ball ferry-docks and
wore all dettroyed. lxn $40,000, Insur
ed. Believed incendiary.
LERDO DE TEJADA TO BE
AUGURATED ON MONDAY.
PARDON OF GEN. TRINIDAD.
Lawrence, Kit., Nov. UO-The Journal!
to-morrow will contain a confossion of
Webb, one of the men who murdered Dr.
Girrison, employe cf the Kansas and
Pacific railroad, at Monicie last week.
Wvbb and a man named Hart waylaid
rob him ;
rloui and uielul caroer is full of tncour. uarnson w mm , uarrison fan
..muni, tn vniinir inr.tl. whii. withmit nr " wh.n attacked and Webb shot klllinr. lilm
Ul. Influence or powerful friends, nave i Instantly, Tbo two murdtrtrs are now!
Utile of life before tbem, He leavesln jail at Wyandotte
Keported Especially for the Cairo Bulletin.!
ILEKDO TO HE INAUGURATED ON MONDAY.
Mexico. Nov. '.!. Presidont Lerdofc
will bo inaugurated December 1. Astonish
ment is manifested in political circles atl
tbo persUtanco of tho new prosident Id
retaining in high offices appointees of lb el
lato President Juarez. Tbo cabinet offi-
leers are said to have resigned but a now
cabinet will not bo appointed lill afterr
the inauguration of tho incoming presl4
dent. Sonor Rugo, new president of con-.
Igress, Is u Juarist, and Senor ZamaconaJ
new vice-president, is nn adherent of Gon.l
Diaz, who is now on his way to tho capi
Congress hss pardoned Gen. Trinidad
Cadena, and restored him to a seat in theirs
body, which hu left to join the insurgonts.
New York, Nov. 29, 12:16 p.m. Flour
dull. Wheat dull, nominal $1 43-1
ml 63; red $1 G&1 70; amber
9l 7 0((t,i to. uorn uuu ana notn-
line uoine oj(aiJC. uats oui-
"be. Keceipu: f lour li.wv. wueal
10,000, cum 64,300; Oats 40,000. Ms!
pork quiet at $1C. Lard quiet and steady,1
at 81c; quotations nominal, Wbiskoy
Idull and lower, nominally 02)93c.
(JlllCAQO, ov. 29, 1 1:10 a.m. i,tvo hoc
receiputo 11 a. m. 9,873; 100 to 125 cars
tock to arrive; official yesterday 25,070;
ilow of tales; packers buying sparingly
I0(nl2)c: higher extreme range $4(u4 26;
buiK tales $4 104 16. OaUlo receipts
1,068; fair demand and trifle firmer; sell-;
nig $4 87"(u,0 '.'6 for shipping; $4 j for
Ichoicu buiohers' stock; bu-j &ii for
Icommon: $2 dOcjIj 75 for Texas.
unr iorx, nor.m, r.':iu p.m. uoia
121. U S sixes of '81 16310); coupons'
lol(a"l7; 5-2US 'Oi Ui'OS -tHj; oo JJJ
new '05 15tl&l; 67 1C1C,; coupons '08.
l&lfa'l&l; lo-40s til; do coupons 81; curren-
cy sixes 114 J; sterling exchange 8(g,9j;'
new nvei ujiuj.
new uklkanIi jxov. sn, Arrived:
Sam J. Halo and Colossal. Departed: C.
B. Church. Receipts: Pork 443; Flour ,-
90S; corn 2,007; oats 139; hoy :&; Y liiskey
285; bacon 408 casks; bacon Ui boxes; ham
201 tierces: lard 130 tierces; lard 236 kecr:
cotton 4,321. Flour dull, low XXX $0 50
7j good 17 ?67 60; choice $7 768 25;
choice extra 98 2 5 9 25. Corn Tn fair
demand &900c. Uats quiet llghtdemand
44c. Branll 02il 06, and In good de
mand. Pork dull and nominal $14. Ba
con dull 6ia9i9c Cotton fair demand
19c. Uteritux es . oiani oiscoudx.
HIW yobs, ot. . joney nra m
7 to 1-32: itock firm and quiet; gold dull
at 12gl2); governmmta dull and firm,
state bonds dull aid steady; Pittsburg
871; W. M. 77J; 1'ac 861; Adams 92
KariM Ml: American 7U: U.S. 78): S
Y. C . 051: Erie 63. pfd 721; Panama
135! U. P.. 3: Laku Shore 9;.N. W
8iJ; pfd 90; C. U. and (J, 69;
Kock Island UOi; St r. u'J-;
nfdlSJ: Wabash 091: nfd 72: Ft Wavne
2j; O it M47; Del & Lack 9!; Hart A
ttrie 7); ind Uent 31; iiur a.uincy mi;
Han & St .loo 32i.
Cincinnati Nor. 29, Flour firm at
$7 26(7,7 60. Wheat quiet but firm; old
$1 60(5)1 67. Corn firm, old 4267,43c;
new 39W40c. Oats quiet at 27&35C. Cot
ton quiet, mlddlioc 181c. Whisker firm
at 89c. Pork dull at $121. bulk dull,
boulders 4c ; clear rib 6c-i deer C(7
o. uacon dull, shoulders ojc. clear ribs
c. clear 01. Green meats dull, sboul-1
ders 8J:Jc.; sides 6c; hams G",ft ac
wording to welaht. Hoes steady at $3 7!
4 90, bulk sales $3 763 82. Receipts'
or forty-eight hours 25 248. i.ard cat
ter; steam 7171c: katllo llCl'lc.
st. 1.0U1S, dor. 29. k lour unchanged.;
Wheat firmer. No 3 soring $1 17: better,
than No 2 fall $1 90. Corn quiet 33c
Oats better 24c. East track rye firm 59(51'
wo. Uarley unchanged. Whiskey nrm
90c. Pork steady $13. Dry salt in good
emand; packed lots 4I(7Ci(7;oic. Green
hams from block 74c. Bacon dull; clear
sides 01. Lird nominal 7c
UHICaoo. iiv. 29, 12:20 p.m. Hour
toady. Whoat active and higher $1 09
ash; 1 cnl December; f 1 10 January
No 1 $1 17. Corn quiet 3IJ(S,3IJc cash
"November and JJecem ber: alio Janunry
Oats quiet firm 24jfS.211c 'cash; 21 Jc De
.''in t.er; 24 'c January, llyn strong and
-tlVritig light No 2 6Cl57c. Barley
fair demand and lower Cuo spot and De-
ember. PnivUlons quiet, held higher
tnd nn sales, l'ork nominal 12 50 spot;
12 25 February; 312 10 D'cember,
Lard is saleablu at 71c cash; "Jo Novem
ber. S P hams quiet unchanged. Cut!
meats arn held at 4 higher. Whiskey
BULLEThN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV.
Homo Advertisuuients. M Homo AdvnrtiAmniu
tllKOU .Alt CAIRO, PADUCAH EVANS
Sll.l.t, 3t.-ni-WISKKI.T U. fi.
TUc I'm! tnd Elfyant l'tcUr H(Mint
Jack Orammer, Manter.
Et. Thomas, Clerk.
3" Leatca Cairo for Paducah and Kvaa1
. ' V',er3 Thursday and Sunday evening,
v, ., nun. ruuni'ciing i r.vaniviue v.1111
the Louuvll h anil CMm lnii.ll i...k.i. f.
it . " ' f .
Bircigm or pasoage apply to
JAJiKMiiiuusi'Asscnger Ag ,
iKLUULAJt CAIRO, PADUCAH EVANH.
VILLE SEUJ. WEEKLY PACKET.
The line Passenger Packet
IMablUhed, November 18, '
ftOu Hie eorner of litb street and Washington
Btemie, ojiposite Bulletin office.
JfLcavcs Cairo for Paducah and Lvanvj
lie ecrr suesuay and Friday evening at
clock. 1-or freight or passago sppR- t
)ard or to .on
Jamks Biogs, Passenger Ag't.
llthODLAK CAIRO AND KVANSV1IJ.K1
Jii.iyrj,iu, JIAIL, rACKhr.
The fine low pressure Psnenger Packci
Weather very cold; mercury ffLeaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
ig tunk to fir above. RP;mi or freight orpanage apply uu buarc
St. Lovit, Nor. 29. Arived: St. Luke,
Memphis. Departed- Mary E. Pop,'
huemuni: Atlantic and barirfs and ilel-
Ifhsl, New Orleans. Blver falling fast and
tun oi tnarp tee, and navigation virtual
Ii v tuspended. Boats are here from tbo
North and the most of them have left for
line South, within two days have gone
iio nan. w
Louisville. Nov. 29. There it 3 feet
i inches in tbe canal, and 20 inches in the
:hute. eatber clear and cold. To-dav
is the coldest dav of the season, with the
mercury at 5 at 7 a.m., and 12 at o p. in
nd sinking. Departed: Palo mac, Cincin.
Inati; Andy Baum, Memphis. The Baum
was delayed by wind. Tbe Mary Miller
h beeu put on tbe canal docks for re
HKnr Urleans. ov. 29. Arrived, tc
postal from St. Louis. Departed. Indiana.
Itnd C. B. Cburch, for Cincinnati; Mary
rorsytbe. ealher clear and cool.
tVASiVILLU, ov. 29. Cleared up be-
Ifore midnight, nnd very cold to-dy, mer
cury 8 to 14; river fallen two inches, and
the harbor is frozen over. Down, Arkan
las Belle at 5 a. m., Camelia at 12 m.
Cincinnati, Nov. 29. Fallinz, .with 6
feet 8 inchet in the channel. Arrived
lAnei, Wheeling; Potomac and Nick
longworth, t'ortland. Departed: Wild
Cat, St. Louis. Cold und freezing
weather. A continuance of tbe present
temperature 24 or 30 hours it Is believed
by some would cloic navigation.
B. PENNINGTON Ma
3TTcae. Cairn nrcrt- Al'.iln.,L v .n..
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Padu .ah
and Kvanivllle. For freight or pa-aL'u ui
ply on board or to i
JAMES moos, Passenger Ag'l
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
TLe spltodlil tteamtr
Dick Fowler, Captain
J as. Malluky. Air't.
11. M. HULKft,
GROCER and CONFECTIOK
Aud Dealer in Foreign Fruits & Nute,
No. 134 Commercial-avc,
Aad Des'.cr lu
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGUS,
MttSU JSUTTKR, ETC.
BUTCH Ell SI.
11YLAND & SAUER,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenuj
next door to tho Uyland saloon.
t3T All Goods warranted fresh, and aolr
iti uie lowest prices.
Corner 9th St. andCommerclalAve
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
iso nulla l
IEioutu Street, Between Wasiiinoto
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUIf,
AdJolBlsiB ltl'.testttoaae stad llanny'.
KfD the best or Btel. Pork. Mutton Veal
Lamb, SautaR. etc., -nd arc preparod to (etT
lemma in inn mn.i vrnpimMn m.nn.r
the intew system:,
QKOCERIEt RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
rRICES FOR CASH.
AT H. O. THIELECKE'S STORE
WAIUINOTON AVENUE, BETWEKV TENTB
AND ELEVENTH aTKEBTS.
50 lbs. drt Cuba Sugar for
6J tbt. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std.
4 " Prime Rio Coffee for -
3 " Choice " "
3 ' Old Government Java
Teat and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
uoods new and full welgbt given. UaU
NTOVKN. T1NWAHK, KTV,
A." II A L L e"y
DEALER IN STOVES,
Ha .nit Hollow War. Clotht.1 WriDerH Toil
War, Coal Hods, FireHhov, Air O.U.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WASU'N AVENUE AND WALNUT I
13 r. B. r. Fields larorms to public that be ha
L I V E R T STABLE,
Eon the northwest side of Totb strel as naae
Sllla SUliles will be furolstied witn neae dui in
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
fsnd the public may be accommodated at all
hours of the day and night with safe teams
on the lowest terms.
I Dr. Fields asks a share of public patrouage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair ueaun
auu strict attention to business.
ZINC, COPPER AND SHBB1
166 Washington -it venue
-RoofluH. GattriDg. and all ktads oflo
Ivotk ilnnoal ahnrt.at nolle
f UMICidA-Sir TIOKSXTH
FOR SALE, ) KorBal. yoit SALb,
' I KcrSalel
COR SALE. J ForbAle I FOR BALK
Fare from LiVBRrooL,
Fare from Londonderry
Fare from Glaboow,
Faro from Quebnstown
CAIRO, ;::::::: $ 4 8
MONDAY, NOVEMBER lh, 187
Tuition Irom ti tn t20 per lenn.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No paint will be spared to make it
to all concerned,
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
,ieacUcror ocal, Organ and Piano .Musi
J. M. ROD KN HA UGH.
icaciier orim and Strlnit In ruments
(See clrculat.) j.14 tf,
UNITED STATES .MARSHAL'S SALE
Ily vinuru ora writ of unit. (i!il ..ul .i
; the district court ol the United States, for
E " nuuuicniui.iricioi iiiiiioi,in ilillliiraltv,
il.il.. . I n. It... ri. , ...... .. . . . .
r. A. . . . c lls ol -o t'liioer, A. ii.
;io.j, mii be wild at public talc to tbe
.lifirheiit anil lni.t liiiMni fnrn.i. . rniA
- t. , - .... v-. ti. v.ll U.
In Mid dl-trict.on tlicSotlidaror.Vntrmher,
!A. D. 1871!. at 10 nVlnck .m.. fl. r.,ilnuin
i Tlie steamboat Ulangow, her boabi, tackle,
r.nhqfnl an. I Aim.!...... ' '
. "i l 1 f,,"l III llll III U.
The same tuning been condemned and
(uiucreu ny me rourt to be sold.
EDWARD R. ROE.
, U. S. Marshal.
pungnciu, ins., .oenil)erCth, 1872.
laiOIMEi TBADE !
J. C. H U EL S
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ae.
BLANK BOOKS of cverv deterlntlnn Aanm
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
nuing ooue at snort notice. Bibles, Music,
Magazines aud Periodicals bound neat and
aime lowest po.sibie rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
tee Books. Blanks, etc.. made a speciality
(Boxes, Pocket Books, Envelopes, etc.,
uaue id oruer. 11-.1 if.
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GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
A place where you can buy as much for
at you can elsewhere for
,ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
daHorri, Morris M C
If. Di HEXrORU, - Croprlet'
Cok. Ohio Levee & Second St.
KarBeggage conveyed to and (torn
hot fr. dMl
Wljr MsUUauU BsuskBeUltUssR.
aavBpMial atteatioe paid ! orders trem steaa
ais (dual es dav
Tbe undersigned would reipectfully la-
form tbo public that they have fitted their
now store bouse on Eighth street with tbe
finest and best assorted stock ofl
general merchandise ever before brought
O' this market, and in order
to secure a large portion of the patronage
of the public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER EST A B-
LISUMENT IN THE VICINITY
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for the coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gonts and Children's
BOOTS 5c 8HQE3,
HATS &c CAPS.
And all other articles to be found In
first class dry goods and clothing establish
We call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department Is complete in
all its details. Our stock of
is tha largest in tho city, and we are en-
Tabled to offer special inducements to pur
In Gentlcmens' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
we are fully prepared to meet all do
'mand at prices defying competition. As
it It to the Intorest of every one to buy
whore goodt are cheapest and best
.. .i . f-ll llm mVltj
we cordiany "
to call and examine our slock before pur-
Our establishment It located on the east
tide of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Ambon.
a ins i:i.i,a.mii:si.
i-or .s.de :it Wlioloiile or
COKNKR ;I2D.HTRMT AND OHIO IJEVKa
LIME I CEMENT I
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLlMn
Comtnercial-av., Foot of Kleventh-et.
Bost quality of Lime and Cement a),
ways on band, and for salo at the
very lcit 6cur for cash.
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHTLDRKV,
Eiohth St., Bt. Com. & Wasii.,
Has Just ooened a new ami trll.k ..k.
.sbment. fully ud to tbe tlm.a. ami Ibvisu
ld customers and new. Udlta. i hll.l
HI, to favor him with their patrons.
E7AU work done In tbe Latest Style.
No. 104 Commercial ArawuE,
Both French and Scoth eaaalmerea a
colors, Beavers und Bread-cloth constamtl
on baud, aud all goods warranted.
In all Its brandies also carried on
IDLE WILD MILLS
Corner Twenty-second street
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest Stark I
price. Aino a good article or
Very cheap. Leave orders at HALLIDAY
BROTHERS, or apply at the u-Ul.
WJUD I WOOD I I WUUD I I
Th uadsrsWDM still furnish
HARD AND DRY VYOlD
Aa CliMtp.U ssl CkHr
bad any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave ordr
on the slate at the Postofflce and at Kosa
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
ITenUi aud twelfth sueets, Cairo. IUlneis. 1
eive irood measure and will cord Ike weed
up if desired.
aniri-ii uiuvNia ualei,
CAIRO CITY COAL
I s praparrd to
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OO AT i.
ORDERS left at Ilallldar Bros, office. 7
oiuo levee, or at the Coal Yard below tbe
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The TUO "Montauk" will brina- coal
alonifulilf to steamer at any hour.
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door wett
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns are
of tho latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
10 invites the patronage of
;he public. imm .
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant'i
A Coffeo Sugar for One Dol
lar: Seven lbs. New Orleans
'Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Beat
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun-
pc-wder Tea, Ono Dollar ana
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson ana uoiong iea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev-
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iT WILEY ABIXBY'S.