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KENTUCKY LI1JHA11Y LOT-.
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DRAWS TIIK CAPITAL PRIZE
REPORT OP THE DOSTON RE
EXPOSURE OF THE HARPKNDINO
MAYOR HALL TO ASSUME THE
EDITORSHIP OF TIIK HERALD.
DEATH OF A FAMOUS SURGEON.
Reported Especially foi the Cairo Bulletin.
TIIK MBHAHT I.OTTKKY.
Louisville, Dec. 7. Tlio managers
nd trustees of the Public Library lot
tery drawing and many tickot holders
met In Welsienger hull as early as G
o'clock this morning. At 8.40, all prepa
rations baring been completed, the draw
ing commenced. Blind boys drew the
tickets from the wheels. The first thirty
one numbers drew prizes ranging from $76
to $100. The thirty-iecond number,
0,450, brkw Tnie CAPITAL VMZt. $76,000,
midst great applause. Number "1,110
drew $1,600; 07,2.72 drew $1,C00; 49,920;
drew $ll,'2o0; 28,088 drew $18,710; 70,.
C10 drew $15,000; CC.821 drew $1,500;
62,1 57 drew $'.,2C0j 60,550 drew $0,7501
45,311 drew $jfit0', 09,090 drew $3,7G0,
38,41 1 drow $1,500; 19,133 drew $.1,
000 ; 67,079 drow $C,000; 59,111 dtow
$3,760; 73,042 drew $,600; 33,489 drow
1,500. The drawing cloiod at C o'clock,
the president announcing the next draw
ing to come off April 8th next, and tho
scheme to compriio 10,000 gifts. A num
ber of the most prominent citizens of
Louisville took part in the drawing, and
were on the alago during the day, and w
ral prominent citizens from other states-
TUE DIAMOND SWINDLE.
Sax Francisco, Dec. 7. J. 11. Cooper's
statement to the executivo committer of
Uarpending Diamond company is to the
following ctTect: "Was book-keeper of
the diamond drill company here; knew
Arnold six years; Arnold knew much
about diamonds ; learned more of Cooper
about way in which they were deposited
by nature, and tho kind of ground he
thought could produce diamonds. Cooper
said the diamonds were generally found in
beds of extinct rivers in tropical countries
in gravelly soil. Arnold said In Arizona ho
taw an Indian chiefs wife with a
bracelet of sparkling stones, and obtained
it from her, and said he would go back
and look fur tho deposits, and on bis return
told Cooper ho had a ' big thing" in view.
Slack and himself were tho only persons
who knew the secret, and offered Cooper
i great inducements to get him into the
scheme. In 1871 ho made a trip with
Arnold and Slack to New Mexico, and
collected a number of rubies arid returned
to this city, and decided to get largo capi
talists interested in the plans. Arnold
'uggesUdororlures to Uarpending, a gen
tleman of high standing and convenient in
in money matters. Arnold then wroto to
Harpending, in London, asking his co
operation In developing tho diamond
mines. Arnold and Slack then went to
New York and enlisted Barlow. When
Uarpending reached that city from Lon
don. Arnold exhibited tho eems. A
counsel was hold, and Uarpending came to
San Francisco to form the company. Ar
nold now saw he might maka h bold strike,
nd took $60,000, crossed tho Canada line,
nd sailed from Quebec to London. In
London ha made the acquaintance of two
American sailors, whom bo paid $600each,
bound by oath ot sacrecy to concoalod
business, ordered them to go to different
Jewellers in London and buy diamonds;
got in thai way S3 7,000 worth of them;
took tho steamer for Quebec, crossed the
border, and went to St. Louis, thenco to
Arizona; brought n large lot of rubies,
garnet and sapphires, and then
returned to San Francisco, and
bad a counsol with Cooper, Roberts,
Uarpending, Arnold und Dodge, and then
wont to New York, but Wall street men
were sharp and they did not meet with
much success; thoy wanted somo one in
whom New York men could place confi
dence; Janin was suggested; Janln was
consulted and permitted to test some dia
monds. He then accepted the offer to go
to the field; but Slack and Arnold were
to go ahead to' Denver, and pilot them
from that place to tho field. Thoy wont
on and selected a placo noar Bonner moun
twin, and on a few acres of ground scat
tered diamonds and other precious stones
and tho party was piloted into tho field,
nd thoy hunted for diamonds. At tho
close of each day Arnold would tell Janin
tho value of the gems found during the
day, and on this Janin raado a report.
Party ithen took tho train for Sin Fran
cisco; but Slack remained to watch tho
claims, aud above all to recover tho prec
ious stones deposited there by Arnold."
Thus far elicited from tho witness.
HKLXKF C0MM1TTKC HEl'ORT.
Boston, Doc, 7. Tho executivo and
finance relief committees for tho aid of
sufferers, state that tho contral relief
committee, who have chargo of persons
burnt out, comprising betweon 800 to
1,000 families, the committeo for tho as
slstsnce of men thrown out of employ.
roenl, who received and investigated 15,00
applications, and tho committeo for tho
relief of women thrown out of employ
ment, who received and investigated 4,800
applications severally, o have given aid to
all applicants who desired it, and thoy
must continue to do so for some weeks. On
this account the committeo will requiro an
additional mm for tho proper completion
of this work.
A careful estimatn of our further wants,
leads to tho conviction that not less than
$15,000 will bo required to glvo relief,
which ought still be given indopondently of
the special fund for firemen. Tho sum at
the disposal of tho general committee U
bout $60,000, which will be exhausted in
Hove tho people of Boston are perfectly
ablo to moet this demand without diffi
culty, and that they dcslro and ought to
desire to moet it themselves.
Nkw York, Dec. 7. A rumor pre
vailed on tho stroets to-day, that sevoral
of tho leading bankers and merchants pro
pose to call n mooting of tho chamber of
coinmerco to tako action in regard to mer
chants and bankers engaged with notori
ous stock gamblers in locking up money
for tho purposo of.depressing and derang
ing business gcnorally.
MAYOR IIALI. TO HE AN KDITOR.
New York, Dec. 7. It is reported
that Mayor Hall is to assume the editorial
rlmir of tho Herald, January 1st. Ben
mtt shortly leaves on a two years Euro
DEATH OP A rAMOUS MUEOEON.
Nxw Orleanh, Dec. 7. Dr. "Warren
Stone, tho famous surgeon, died this oven
ing at C o'clock. Ho was slxty-flvo years
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 7. Tho
mystery at Dovor, Del., has been explained.
Professor West was not killed. It now
turns out that ho killed n colored man
whom he hired temporarily. After the
man was dead, ho cut his hands and feet
off and burned them. His object was to
make tho authorities believe tho body was
his, so that his wifo could obtain an insur
ance of $26,000 on his life. Ho ac
knowledged ho killed tho negro, but in
self-defence. West is now In jail.
TIIE SITUATION IN FRANCE
BELIEVED TO BE IM-PROVING.
THIERS AND THE COMMITTEE OF
THIRTY REPORTED TO BE
A DEPUTATION OF AMERICANS
CALL ON THE POPE.
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
THE SITUATION IMPUOVINO.
Paris. Doc. 7. The President of tho
committee of 30 mot last night, and bad a
long and friendly conversation with
President Thiers. The situation is be
lieved to be improving.
THIERS AND TIIE COMMITTEE 01 THIRTY.
Paris, Dec. 7. It is reported this even
ing that Thiers and the committee of
thirty will act in unison in elaborating
constitutional proposals to be submitted to
tho assembly. Tho appointments of
Oourard to be minister of tho interior,
Leon Hay, minister of finance, and four
teen ministers of public works are certain.
It is also announced that Calmoot is to be
appointed prefect of the department of the
Seine, which is regarded as a concession
to the party of the right.
AMERICANS WITH TIIE POPE.
Rome, Dec. 7. A deputation of Amer
icans had an audience with the pope yes
terday, and presented addresses, express
ing devotion of American Catholics to the
holy sco. Tho popo made a feeling re
sponse and concluded by giving his bless
ing to the Catholics of America.
TROUBLES IN LOUISIANA
ATTRACTING TIIE ATTEN
TION OF TIIE ADMINISTRATION.
TIIE CITIZENS OF NEW OR
LEANS SEND A DELEGATION
TO WASHINGTON TO CON
FER WITH TIIE ADMINISTRATION.
REPUBLICANS OF BOSTON
WANT A CANDIDATE
TUB ALABAMA DEMOCRATIC
DELEGATION BEFORE THE
HON. A. O. CURTIN PAYS HIS RE
SPECTS TO TUB PRESIDENT.
Reported Espsclally for the Bulletin.
New Orleans, Dec. 7. The custom
house returning board this morning pro
mulgated tho election returns for members
of tho legislature, which differ materially
from tlioso promulgated Thursday by the
governors' returning board. No election
returns have yet been dellverod by the
stato authorities to tho custom-houso board.
Tho Republican says : "Wo publish this
morning tho official report of tho eloction
of members of tho legislature. This re
port has been unavoidably delayed by
events that havo excited the public even
since the election, but it fortunately is in
time for all practical purposos". It will
be observed that there Isadecidod Repub
lican majority in both branches of the gen
eral assembly. Fedoral troops still hold
possession of tho state-house. Two leg
islatures will probably assemble, one roc
ognizod by tho governor, the othor by the
Washington, Dec. 7. The following
was received this afternoon ;
New Orleans, Dec. 7.
Attoriioy General, Washington;
The returning board provided for by a
law of 1870, under which an election was
hud. and which tho court sustains, nromul
gated in tho official journal this morning
tho result of the election for legislature
Tho house stands 77 Republicans to 32
Democrats; senate, 18 Republicans to 8
Democrats. Tho board counted tho bal
lots attached to affidavits of colored per
sons wrongfully prevented from voting,
nica with ttm cuiei supervisor.
Signed 8. P. Packard,
United States Marshal.
New Orleans, Dec. 7. This evening
prominent capitalists and property-hold
ers ueia a mooting, at which it was resolv
od that a delegation of representative men
of tho city, be at once dispatched to
Washington to represent the exact status
of affairs to the government. The com
initteo was authorized to plodgo the fealty
anu support or uio poopio to the pros!
dent in any measure tending toward
centralization it may be the
pollcyof the government to adopt, merely
asking to be relieved of the self-constituted
gents who, in the
their cue to the attorney general this af
ternoon. The result of the conference is
not different from that which concluded
their Interview with Judge Williams yes
terday, namely: "That tho government
will not Intorfere unless some question
arises under the constitution calling for
THE FXELINO IN WASHINQTON. .
Washington, Dec. 7. Telegrams were
received hero to-day by Louisiana mem
bers of congress, and officers of tbo gov
ernment, giving statements from both
sides. Private advices contain substan
tially the same Information already con
veyed, though each side denounces tho
other as assuming possession of the slate in
violation of all right. They request that
the points of their respective statements be
laid before tho president for action of the
Federal government. It is stated upon of
ficial authority that It is tho intention of
the government to sustain tho U. S. court
its decree This has already been com
municated by telegraph to gentlemen In
New Orleans who requested official advice
in tbo premises.
Washington, Dec. 7.-A large number of
visitors paid their respects to the president
to-day ; among them were A. U. Curtin,
Senator Wilson and several other senators
The commissioners of the soldier's home,
with tho approval of the president and
secretary of war, decided to increase and
improve tbo grounds ot that institution by
tho purchase of the Uarewood country
seat of Mr. Corcoran, near the borne.
The terms of purchaso aro very advan
tageous to tbo home.
WANT A CANDIDATE
Boston, Dec. 7. Tho Republicans are
unable to get anyone to be a candidate for
mayor, tho last nominee, E. S. Tolbey,
having dtc'ineJ. In the meantime the citi
zen's movement has been started by the
nomination of 11. S. Pierce, who declined
the straight Republican nomination, with a
ticket of aldermen, including four Democrats.
THE EPIDEMIC INCREASING IN
INCREASE IN SICK HORSES.
St. Louis, Dec. 7. The epizootic is still
on tho increase, and there are but few
animals except mules and oxen now seen
on the streets. All street railroads have
withdrawn their cars, except the Fifth
street and Franklin avenue lines, and they
aro only running a limited number of
cars. Chief Engineer Sexton to-day
organized companies of twenty-flvo men
at each fire engino-house, and meetings
aro to be held to-morrow to organize a
volunteer force in each flro district to act
in conujnetion with the paid men. It is
now thought by those most intimate with
the horse malady, including veterinary
surgeons, that it will easily disappear in
the course of a week or ten days.
Washington. Dec. 7. In the North
west, thence to the Upper lakes and south
ward to tho Ohio valley southwesterly
winds, threatening weather, followed by
rain and snow. In the South Atlantic
and Gulf states clear and cool weather,
it ti south westerly to northwesterly winds.
On the Lower lakes and tbence extending
by to-morrow to the Eastern and Middle
states threatening weather and occasional
rain. In the St. Lawrence valley falling
barometer, southwesterly winds and.
cloudy weather. Warning signals con
tinue at uuiutn, unicago, urana iiaven
and Milwaukee and are ordered for De
troit, Toledo and Cleveland.
Chicago, Dec. 7. Flour firmly held in
fair demand and unchanged. Wheat
irregular, future spot steady $1 10J1 II;
$1 11 J 1 12 January; $1 13(al 14
February; No 1 quiet $1 181 31. Corn
steady demand moderate 8U30c cash
December: 31c January; 304c July. Oats
easier fair demand 26Jc cash December or
January; i!6c February, ltye strong 60
601c. Barley dull easier. No 2 616ljc
spot; Clc January. Pork dull weak and
offered at $11 75 cash December January;
$12 March. Lard lower, sales at 7c cash;
ic March. S P bams quiet and un
changed; other products quiet and held
at previous prices. Dressoa nogs quiet
nominal $4 500 4 75. Whiskey quiet
St. Louis, Dec. 7. Flour dull. Wheat
flat. Corn dull at 28c on track. Oats dull
!MJc on track. Kye and barley little do
ing. Whlikoy steady at 'J-', rork nomi
nal $13 2GU 50; dry salt, small order
trade; bacon quit; clear rib and clear sold
in round lots at 7c seller march. Lard,
good demand, future 7c seller December
and first bait of February, noes un
ew urleans, Dec. 7. No arrivals.
Departed: Robert Mitchell. Receipts cot
ton 3,163. Flour dull, low treble extra $7
7 25; good $7 607 76; choice $8-
60; choice extra scarce and
in demand $8 7WSU0 25. Coru
is in fair demand, yellow 02c; white 63c.
Bran dull $1 15. Pork dull $13 26. Baton
scarco 6J8J10c. Hams dull 16jl7i.
cotton lair uemana ivc. sterling if.
Sight l discount.
Cincinnati, Doc. .f lour and cram
firm, prices unchanged. Cotton quiet,
middling 18Jc. Whiskey steady at 88c.
rorR quiet ana unchanged; bulk meats
firm, shoulders 31c; clear rib Ctc; clear
61c; bacon dull; shoulder 6c; clear rib BJc,
iLar 8 jc; green meats firm and unchanged;
bogs steady at J 7U($b oz; bulk or sales
$3 753 80; receipts, 11,427. Lard firm,
steam Vic; kettle ijc.
New York, Dec. 7, in, Flour quiet.
Wheat firm and quiet at $1 5'.'1 69; red
winter, $1 68l 73; amber do. $1 76I 80.
Corn quiet and steady at 64c. Oats qulot
and steady at 6l5bc. Moss pork quiet
at 10c. Lard dulTat 7 Jc, quotations nom
inal. Whiskey quiet and firm at 04 jc.
Chicaoo, Dec. 7. Live hogs receipts to
11 a m. 10,870, and about 115 cars of stock
to arrive; official yesterday, 23;037, rather
active at 10(a) 15c; lower extreme $3 CO
3 05; bulk of sales, $3 70S 80. Cattle
receipts light and market dull, prices
New York, Dec, 7. Flour dull; super
Western, $5 00 6 30; common to good
$0 007 06; good to choice $7 107 85.
White wheat X $7 808 66. Whisky
2uietat94)c; holders asking 96. Wheat
rmlv held, buyers holding off; No 1
snrine $1 64; No 2 $1 45; winter red Wes
tern $1 081 70; amber $1 80. Bye
scarce and firm. Barley quiet. Corn
firmer; steamer mixed 63Jo3; sail 64)c.
Oats quiet ana uncnangea. uonee quiet;
Rio 16118r- Sugar dull; refined 81.
Pork down; now mess 1818j Jan 13c,
Beof unchanged, cut meats quiet; shoul
ders, Jan. 6c-, middles down; long clear
717i; Jan. 7c, Lsrd weak, No 1 to
prime Do; stoam 7J8; kettle 8jo.
St. Loom, Deo, 7. Flour dull and un
changed. Wheat dull, nominally lower;
No B red vi t2(a)i us. uorn auu ana un
unsaleable. Hoss firm at $3 60(313 80:
bulk sales $3 603 76; receipts, 9,000;
packed to datA 202;o00.
Chicago, Dec. 7. Flour In good de
mand ana stocks ngni. wneat active
and advanced, No 1 spring $t 20; No 2
$1 10; No 3 $1 001 02. Corn In fair
demand and htgber no x tnixea siic.
Oats steady 25c. Kye steady, No 2 Cojc.
Batloy quiet, No 2 fall lGljc. Pork
dull aad lower $11 50 11 76 snot; $11 60
January. Lard In fair demaad at lower
rates, 7c cash; 7Jc January. Green hams
sold at OJc for 10 pounds averages; other
green meats nominally unchanged. Bulk
meats quiet, sales of boxed at Cc; short
rib December 6jc. Whiskey steady 88c.
NewOrlkahh, Dec. 7. Bran quiet at
$1 20. Bacon quiet at Sjc; sides scarco at
8910c, hams B C 15 jc(317 Molasses
dull and lower, fair 4C48c, prime to
choice 6055c. Sugar dull and easier,
Inferior 65)e; common to eood common
C7jc; fair to fully fair 78lc; prlmo
8c; others nnchanged. Sterling 21 J;
sight J; gold 13. Cotton eader, sales
G.500; good ordinary 17l7)c; low mid
dling 18jc; middling 1819(c; middling
Orleans 10)lIq receipt, 2,602. Ex
coastwisn 2,188; Great Britain 2,600; Con
tinent 4,760; stock 140,435.
New Orleans, Dec. 7. No arrivals.
Departed : City of 0.uncy, St, Louts;
Belle Memphis, Jno. B. Maude, Chicot
City yesterday. Weather clear and pleas
ant. Memphis. Dec. 7. Weather clear and
pleasant. River declining. Arrived :
Nashville, Cincinnati. Departed: City
of Chester, Mary Forsythe, for St. Lou
is; Bee and barges and P. W. Strader
for New Orleans; Dardanelle, White
river. The Uale and Church are due
from below, and Durfee from above.
Nashville, Dec. 7. River station
ary, two foot on Uarpeth Shoals.
Weather fair and pleasant.
St. Louis, Dec. 7. Arrived: Alice,
Missouri river; Kanawha, Ohio river. De
parted : Mary McDonald, Memphir,
Kanawha, went down below to bring up
her barges. The river is rising slowly,
and the channel is cutting out The
weather Is rlear and mild. The Mnry E,
Poo was released from tho eoree Friday
evening by the St. Joe, and started for
Evansville, Dec. 4. Weather clear
nd mild. Mercury 33 to 40. River
rising slow. Down: Tarascon 0 pm;
Charmer 11; Andy Baum 8 a.m; Emma 6
p.m. Up: Mollfe Ebert 2 p.m, Leclaire
9; Arkansas Belle 8:30; all with good
trips. Business dull.
Pittshuko, Dec. 7 Mononeahola about
stationary with five feet two inches strong.
No arrivals. Henry Probasco departed
for Cincinnati at noon.
Cincinnati. Dec. 7. River rising with
six feet eight Inches in the channel.
Louisville, Dec. 7. ltiver laiiing
slowly with 3 feet 8 Inches in the canal,
l root 8 incnea in tne cnute. w earner
mild. Only packets are moving. A tele
gram from the Underwriter's agent states
that the Grey Eagle was raised with hand
pumps, and has started up here to go on
the docks. There is a bole knocked in
her bottom 6 feet long and 3 feet wile.
THE " THALIA."
A SINNER'S ADVICE.
Be wise, and repair to the "Thalia"
Where citizens gather, mora, even, and
'Tis there you get Oysters and Turkeys and
In cv'ry style detlr'd ; also, Sugar cured
Oh, as for the Drinks ! they're superior and
No bogus potato-bug broth, I am sure,
But genuine Liquors, a mild as May,
Warm yju Just right and enliven your
"Our" Jaeckel will brew you a capital
Or draw you a glass or prime Lager for
Each morn you'll find thero a bountiful
Roast und boll'd, hot soup, with excellent
Of all Cairo's saloons, the; Thalia's"
No drunkards or rowdies are bobbing
No "ropers" or gamblers arc there to be
So hie thee to Jaeckel's for Oysters and
And if he don't suit you, then call me a
The mocking bird tunes up his whistle to
Your musical taste In a wonderful style ;
Geraniums and hyacintbes, there may be
The windows, adorning with beautiful green
How few arc the cooks that can properly
The delicious bivalves, (which you know to
But A. Jaeckel has got the whole science
Stew, broil or patties he Is "boss" of the
an. , , ,
On Washington avenue, corner ot
In safety and peace you can drink a friend's
There, too, you can read all the news of
And mod'rato the charges he asks you to
Old Christmas is coming, and then you'll
The patrons of "Tiialia" aro not lost lo
He will show you a sample of what he
- can o,
A. Jaeckel's Brick a thorough "True
Cairo, December 7, 1872.
Our Homo Advertiser.
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eiaimt St., Bt. Com. Wash,,
lias just opened a new and stylish estab
lishment, fully UD to the times, and Invito
old customers and new, ladles, children sssd
all, to favor him with their patronage.
3AU work done la the Latest Style.
No. 104 Commercial Avenue,
Both French and Scotb canlmeres a
colors, Beavers and Bread-elolh constant!
on hand, and all goods warranted.
In all its branches also carried oe'
Comer Twenty-second street and Ohio
SUPERIOR STAM DBIKD COKN
Always on band, and at the lowest uurke
price. Also good article of
Very cheap. Leave orders at IIALLIDAY
BROTHERS, or apply at the lulil.
UVUV I WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The ualarsUaed will niralah
Special repairers of fine and difficult
WAT O H
JJbLI W -fcLlLIRZ-
OF ANY FORM OE PATTERN
MADE TO ORDER.
Have also on hand a
Fine Stock or Jewelry,
Of their own and other Manufacture.
CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS.
SOLID SILVER WARE
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FINISH.
And many unique and attractive
SILVER PLATED WARE
At prices that defy competition.
And every thing in our line of buslnes
CALL AND SEE.
LIME I CEMENT I
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IM Hllea tsse fthoriwt llontc
Elsbty'HIlMtbe Shortest Koutf)
NO CHANGE OF CAIW
KltOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.!
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARti
t ii t un nil
Cincinnati, i.. linnoll, TnlHo, i
Detroit, CleffUnd, Nlngura Xillt
HUtlmore, I'bliairlphl, New York,
Boston snd all point emit.
Mllwukl, JsnrtTlll, M..on,
LaCroitne, St. Paul uJ all polDti north.
1 his Is alto the only direct rnuta to
r)Mftllir. tllnAmlnfvtnn an.lnnnl.1
I'torla, CJulner, Kroknk, '
HuriiDKton, Knck Irljn.l. !.
tf I r 1 a f.l. ' :
iuuui., .'nun, rrccpori,
Uslcaa, Dubuque, Horn Utr,
Ooisha and all points northwent,
JSlcicant Drawl nc Room Slooping Ca
r .ti RM..I.. fr.t. 1
vru nil iii(jui xrallis.
BsfKage Checked to all Important point.
Vrt. fifcta mn,4 Infn-mntlnt, innlwln I . I LI fl
depot t airo; on board tne tmnul Menmir he
iweu iommiiu anu i.airn, ana at inp princip
rallrna I ticket office throughout the unuth.
W. I. JOIINHiN, Oen'l fan, g't, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Af't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24tl, 1S72
trains will run as lollows:
lailM ao I so nouiuiit.
Leato VlriluU e.to t. rn 1:3. p.m.
H.rlr ufteld .0
Tnyliirtllle ...... ID S
Arrlte at rna.. IMS
thim oolu Komiwi-r.
l.eare 1'ana 4.t n. ir 3 M n. in
Tavlorull' 4 to 4 o
ArrWe at Dprinfld...B. "
Lea?e HprmsCeld r,.t " 0 10 "
Arm at Vltainia S.S " 1.15 '
TaAiN oninn recTHtjitT,
Lear Edgwood 5.30 a.m.. ...tO.llip, m
" Flora....... 8.S 11.41) "
Arrle at Shawneet'n .3 " MS '
FIRE AND MARINE
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NIAOARA, H. T.,
Q1HMANIA. K. T.,
UAXOVCB, N. Ti
, .. T2 683 00
HKi-UIlLIC, N. T.,
AsssU .7".WS 0
Comprising the Underwriters' Afteocjr,
TOMKSRS, H. T.,
Assets 87 M '
Assets 4M.193 13
tibkiikn'b fond, b. r.,
Assets.. 07.&00 06
ICURITT, N. T. MARIN I,
Htores, Dwelling, Furniture, Hulls and Car
govs, Innured ut rale a faiorahleaa sound, per
manent security will warrant.
I respectfully aak of the cltiiena ot Cairo,
sha,eofth..r patronage. g Wt,rmK,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSUltANCE
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. nUOK, -U.
aiiAS. Rcitz, HlNRY Wbiikr,
A. O. Eisino, A. Misoii,
yrus. WNTH, OnAB. Vkroha,
Francis Lacknib. Cuas. Dakolino,
O. Uiascn, WM. Rkinuabdt,
JOUN x XLDKAalr.
The heal orsanlaed and aecureit comi.any in
the northweat. The only company whuh guar
antee a cash surrender talus.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gkn. Ao't,
3M1t rorCnlroaad Tlelnltjr
W. H. Morns,
11. H. Candce
Ne.l'ub. andU.U. Com
F1RK, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Assets ,M9,W4 67
NORTH AMERICA. PA.,
Assets 2,73,0U0 00
Asset. 2,M 4,1110 72
Assets 1,781,H8 (8
INTERNATIONAL, N. T
Assets l,J3,898 17
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets I6O0.0CO C
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets 130,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Asset i:,600,tM 00
RAILWAY PAB8ENOER3 A'-SUHANCK
Y.,.l. .'. IWO.OOUOO
HAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 Oktt) liSSSS,
City National Bank, CAIRO. ILL.
HENRY II. MEYER, "
DECORATIVE. SIGN aud ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ot every Description.
KzSJK.. . .57l staUsbsbsbI
ECOEE TIR.AJD3j !
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth ttrcet and Commercial Ave.
II I. A NIC HOOKS of every description done
with ncutnvK and dlpatch. All kiniN or
ruling done at i-liort milieu. Ullilcs MuMc.
Magazine and lYrimllcaU bound ucat ami
at the lowest no-sllile rate.
County work, nich nt Record, Dockets
Fee Hooks, Ulankii, etc.. made a modality
iIIoxcm, Pocket Rooks, Knvclopcs etc.,
tnaue to orucr. ii-.s ii.
Tuesday Eveni.no, Dec. 17, 1872,
Tho ladles of the Episcopal Church of this
city, will hold a
To which ALL. Old and Yonnp, Men.
Women and Children, are cordially luvlted
It will ho tho aim of tho Committee w ho
have the Miperlntciulalicu of this soiree, to
make It one ot the mot cnjoyihlu and prof
ilablo occasions of the season. It will lie a
place, where old friclidi and new can meet
toirethcr and enjoy a froclal cvcnlmr.
Where the over-worked mother, fcUtur or
wife, who "cannot Und time" to make the
UMial Kill of allectlon for Clirl-tina'-. can
obtain almost anything In the line of Fancy
Article, Irom u pocket pln-eiililoii to an
elaborate toilet cot, at a price that will war
rant them to buy rather than to i-pcml weary
days and nights "trying to jjot the tlmu" to
maku them. Ami where husbands, fathers
and mothers, may readily lliul u suitable
present for their loved ones.
There will be a special committeo to look
alter the interests ol the ChiUlreu.
A Urge invoice of
TOYS. CONFECTIONARY, CUIT..
DREN'S TOYS, Etc., Etc.,
Will be displayed, and at prices as cheap us
can be found anywhere In the city.
Will bo served at sis o'clock and continue
throtlu'h tho evcnlntr, thereby saving the
head of tho household any anxiety us lo that
meal, at home.
Numerous tables, with sittings for any
number from two to a dozen, will be scat
tered through the hall, and all guests will re
echo carolul attention, ami hae nu oppor
tunity to enjoy the substantial a well us
the delicacies ot the season.
Tholplace where tho Solreo will bo held
Is not vet determined, but thu public will
bo untitled as soon as satisfactory arrange
ments can uc rnuue. i.-au,
On the corner of 12th street and Washington
avenue, opposite Uulletln otllce.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 187S.
Tuition Irom $2 to $20 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO -1 EACH.
No pains will bo spared to make it
to all couecrned.
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Orgau and Piano Music.
J. M. RODENRAUQ1I,
Tcaolier of Wlcd and String Instruments.
(Sou circular.) 11-H tf.
PROF. OUAS W1TTIG
The concert will bo under Prof. C. Wlttlg's
If you vl
If you wal
hire, or v