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THE CAIRO- DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1872.
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V WaHTED Situation m book-keeper.
OHy Tfereoeel. Addrest box 843, P. 0.
, Lammt nd finest assortment of Ho-
fcetalan toilet lett cd vasct at Daniel
Alsx. Sewell, tmall-pox patient,
tits taken to tb pett-houto on Wcdoes
'"IsrariY BTerjoouy in wwn, o uciio i ,
went to M tbe Now England kitchen at
Mr. John Antrim's on Tburtday night.
The doors of the livery itablet were
Tbe Illinois Central rnllroad paid the
Ipenset of thn inquest and burial of the
negro boy, Green, run tivir and killed by
tbe twitch engine some week ago.
The BsptLl Sunday school institute
VIII commence this crenlnp nt tbo Chris
tian church, on El(shlecnth st'eet.
Scott hat bought the lot where his
bit houte formerly stood and intends
building at once.
Whoa, haw, jee Chsrfey Buck, Bon,
Berry, Bright, Bull, Joe, Dick, Rp, lVte,
were the commanding wor ft to the men
In front of Mr. Antrim's residence,
The Baptist Sunday school mcollnp,
to be held In thrt Christian church, ci'in
menclne at 10 o'clock to-morrow, it nut
- t brt confined exclusively tn adults. The
children are invited to attend all the meet
ing!. Rer. L. B Pith, ol Kentucky, the
great sitter, will Introduco into the exer
cises, many of his songs and talks for
children, which ro not only Interesting,
but profitable to both children and older
people. J. 0. B.
The Solden Irwin combination, a fine
theatrical troupe, will open at tho Atlc-
- neum on Monday night next.
Sheriff IrWn" returned from
St. Louis yesterday mnmintr, bringing
with him John Green, the thief spoken of
in yesterday mornlng't IIulletin. Green
it now in tho county jail.
Tha contract foe laying the foundation
of a Baptitt church edifice, to bo built on
' Seventeenth ttreet, between Washington
Karonuo and Walnut street, hat been let to
George Chriitman, and tho work com
menced. Tbe church will bo built of wood,
and will be lhirty.8vo feet wido and sov-enly-two
long. Tho baiement will bo
Tuesday night, next.
Everybody who wishos to patronizo and
encourage one of tbo
best, if not tho best,
fire companies in the city, will
Go to tho lllberinan ball on Tuesday,
The lllberinan ball, on Tuesday night
next, at Washington ball, will bo one of
the features of tne present festival sea.
on. Go t it.
D. W. Uurd, E'q., ropresentod Cairo
in tho St. Louis Commorciul convention.
Dr. Kild requests us to stato lis a
Joke on Dr. Dunning, that tho doctors
mule hat tho epizooty bad, and that tho
doctor will be compelled to fall back
upon tho patient ox.
Votes will be recolvcd until 0 o'clock
toUy, (Saturday, December U), at
Hnry Ltllnor'a saloon, for u silver speak
ing trumpet, to bo proiunted to thu fire
co npiny receiving tho most vjtot. Fifty
cents a vote.
Tho laying of tha track on tho Cairo
and St Louis nud will bo completed (rum
St. Liuis l Sparta, h dbtinco of fifty
mile, n-xt week. Track laying will then
Commence at this end of thu roid, start,
log from the old Fo't at tho point bulow
tbe St. Charles hotel.
v On both sldit of V-iplir street in the
upper part of the city. whera Ores h-ive
occur rod latoly, thn Annus huvo burnt
jtp in tho sidewalks whero they are
twelve foot high A tow planks for the
broken plncet would be a Judicious ex
jene'on the part ol ih tit v.
A tidew4lk it' to bo built on 0ro
Toe n tram h circus of n bar in
front of the butohor simp of J. Walters
bat, forsevral dtys pt, attracted ureal
attention. Thi history of too enpturo ot
this botst is q lito nil tnlic, hut it is autll
clrint to know that tha dear will be akin
n4, and ready fur Mr, Walturs' custom
ers by Siturday morning next. Until
Saturday, tho public m ty supply them
selves at Mr. Wtltois shop with all kind
of the but musts in the market.
Business at the pollco court was dull
anil unlnteM.ttng yesterday. Smith, it
cuts from Africa, who was arrested on
Thursday night for disturbing the peace,
paid Into the city treasury fl 1 20. Fan
nla Wi Hams, aim rulorod, who had been
deal drunk, wt discharged without Duo,
The Uarphytbiro 'Argus' says: "F
M. Stockflilh, wholnMle liquor dealer of
Ctiro, sells more and butter liquors .o
Murpbysboro, than any oner wholeialo
liquor dealer in the country."
At nine o'clock to-night, an installa
tlon of officers will take pUce at thu
Cairo Casino ball, on which occasion u1P
new and beautiful flag of tbo society will
bVdedicated. After these ceremonies, a
banquet will be given In tbe ball for tl 0
memWs and their families.
Lucy Crane, a frail creature who is
tired of life, attempted to commit suicide
oo Thursday night by taking a large dotu
Of morphine. Dr. Parker wat called to
atuad her, and lucceeded In ta7lng her
Ijer, business manager of tho .StMen
Irwin Ootablnatlon troupe, made his debut
vosterday as a Cairo fireman at the Urr
conjlagratlon. 11a ran with the Arab
ad wafa success. He was encore 1 sev
eral times. Marcus It an old California
grtMBtjtr, ansj, with tbe exception of the lo.
at raperrterof Tin Bullxtik, It at this
MMat the beat looking man in the city.
Sam. Orr thanks the Arc companies
of tlo city for tholr labors yesterday at-
tempting to savo his houso and furnlturo
from the flames.
Tho Baptist Sunday School mooting
to-tnorrow. should bo well Viatronlzed by
children and ndultt. Tbo array of preach-
Ir.g talent, Sunday School talont, will, it
it said, bo fine, and tho alTalr bo made a
rcdlt to tho Baptists of Cairo, an honor to
tbo denomination and a rich troat for the
Christian public, and sinners of it rollgou.
turn of mind.
Tho Paducali 'Tobncco Plant,' edited
by Lox Faxon, of olio of our now citizens,
speaks as follows:
Mr. W. 11, Bradley, one of our very best
hliMnci"" men, Inn located himself In Culm,
and will conduct the produce and co.iiiuI-Iiiii
buliic4 at that point. We are very
oirytop.irt with Mr. Bradley, toll In '
change bu can in.ike tor the better Im lu
hum err bet rlhes. lie h.i bceneiiir.igi'd
In hii.iie here for m.iny ) e.ir. and ln nil
the time enlojed Hie lilllet eolitldi'liee o'
i. ....,,,,,, ill V, r,,i.fitniniinl him tooiir
Calm friend' a a llr-t-cl.i luiliiej null,
and the very roul ol honor and integrity,
Thursilny nig' I wns the closing live
ning of thu Catholic fair. Kiimnclilly it
was a success. Over $700 were made
clear of cxpemcs. Thu flreinin's speak
ing trunipit w.s not awarded to any com
nanv, but is in tho hands of M. J. Me-
(laulev, who will rccolvo votes at 6) cents
per vote until all the votes nro sold, when
it will bo announced which cornpiny gcl
Lidiis will find at Burger's, H4 Com
mercial avenue, fancy goods of all kiridf,
selected with especial referenre to tha hoi
iilay season ; men anil boys will find hi
kinds of boots and fhoos, and holies' unit
misses' shoea that will give perfect satis
faction. Mr. Hurler lnu iil'o ilrc.s L'eoiln
shawls, skirts, furs of all kinds -iich
minks, sables, etc.; all new, just received
from the Kst, and now b-ini: sold at vert
low prices at tlgurcs reduced to meet the
demands of tho holiday fade, so tint the
niuiblo penny may bo turned instead of
tho slow dollar. Call and sco for your
Notice. Thu public Is hereby notified
hat bodies of dead horses or othor ani
mals, mutt not be placed unbilled outside
tho levee, under penally of arrest and fine.
Bodies of dead horses, hogs, etc., mint
either bu buried or thrown into tho river.
r.'-W-Ct A. Caiv, City Marshal.
A Caiiii. L deilre to return my thanks
in this public manner, to tho flro engine
companion of this city, and to tho citizens
who yesterday labred to savo my proper
ty from tho tlames. Their eflorts wore
peristont. All that they could do, thuv
did; and they havo my most hearty thanks.
Cairo, Dec. II, 1872.
To-NiailT. Lut evurvOody remember
tho Saturday night market of Jack Win
tor's, in Winter's block. Everything of
tho very nicest will bo ollercd to tho pub
lic. DrusH-d turkeys and chickens, ft
ted in his own yard. Oystors forty cents
per can, and selected ones by tho dozr,n
pint or quart. Wild game of all descrip
tions; homo made pork sausages, minco
meats, oranges, and all kind of tropical
fruits; fresh celery, and family articles
for Christmas ue; moats of all descrip
tions, and nice fresh sliced ham, and sun-
dry things too numerous to mention. (5o
round and seo if you don't buy a cent's
worth. Jack with bis clean wliitu apron
will bo glid to See vou.
'flit: Fiiib Ykstkhkav. Shortly be
fore noon yesterday, tho dwelling house of
Copt. Siim'l. Orr, on Twenty-fifth and
Poplar -trcets, was discovered to bo on
fire. Ttw fire hells gave tho alarm, but
tho dryness of tho timbors caused the
fl lines to p end rapidly, and although the
lire Companies were speedily on the
gr-'imd wero powerless lo check It. The
Hibernian threw the first water and did
good service In saving shutters, portico,
etc. Thu budding was burned to the
ground, but nearly all tho fiirnitiiro was
carried out nnd saved. Tho flro wak
caused by a defective Hue in Capt. Orr'
lining-room. There was an insurance on
i tin house and furniture of $1,20 i, which
ilo-s not, of course, cover tho loss sustained.
BOA III) OF ADKUMKX.
c- uxcit. CiiAMnnn, 1
Caiho, lll Doe. ti, t;i
Present, Aldermen Melunlf, Phillis,
Harden, Hdiinson, .Satl'ord, Stuncll and
On motion of All.rii.n MetcaH, the
reading of thu minutes wus disjiciisuil
An ordinance entitled : "An ordinance
to aid tho Artb Firo company to build a
tire engine house, ' was roml u socond lime,
and, on motion of Alderman Satlord,
tdopted by the following vote : Aye.,
Mo calf, Phillis, Hn.ird.in, Robinson, Saf
ford. Siancil and Waldor. 7. Kays o.
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance to
amend section 3 of ordinance No. U" was
red a second lime and on motion adoptod
liy tho following vote- Ayes Alutcalt,
Pllillis, Kearden, Kobinton, Sallurd, Stun
ciIbihI Waldur 7. Nays-0.
Bill of J. II. Oherly, amounting to
$'11 28, for publi.liing council proceedings
in November, and for other advor Ning,
WHh reported back by tho printing com
mitteo as correct On motion of Aide muu
StTurd thu bill wus allowed by tho follow.
ingvote: Ayes Metcalf, Phillis, Kearden,
Itobinson, Satrord, Standi and Waldur 7
On motion of Alderman .Si I lord the
bord adjourned. -M. J. IIowi.kv,
C'AIIIO, UN., Due, n, is;j, J
No quorum, AdJouniM
M. J. HoWLEV, Wily Clerk,
fcl'IICIAL 4IKETMII OK Til K HKLKCT COUNCIL
UALI.KI) I1V Til S: JIAYOK.
Council CiiAMnKK, )
Unto, Ills., Dec. Yi, lS7i, 1U a.m.
lrant-UU Honor Mayor Laiudoii
and Coundliniiii Halliday, Schuh, Taylor
ani Woolward 0.
On inotlrm of Councilman Schuh tho
resiling of thu minute, was dltpunied
The following bills hnvimr beei: al
lowed by tho board of ntdormon, were
presented for concurrence, vizi
pest lioilsc 09 73
Barclay Bros., vaccine virus 4 00
iiully, hardware fcr pest house,
all na o-.
Ichohis Keith. ImrvliiL' four small
pox cacs 23 00
r II Wurdner, professional services
on account ul'mnall-iiux patients... GO 00
i..i. it it, i . . . . . .
ili. luiiiiu., iiiuiii, etc.. lor pest
houso for Nutemher 11 40
Iti.er. 1'2 nr.. Iilankets n'lid h Vols
for licst house 47 2fl
'or licst house., ,
t Alell:lllhV. drill'- ilttil firrlnrlt
. , i , '
o. .Smith, lied, and cddil'lg.!)!'.
.ic.'i.inu, neiiiimg lor peitiiou.c..
H Warren & llro.. stotc und hiirtl
te ir.t t.tf It.. -I It.iiiki,
nines itu., 'JJ tons coal for pest
lliiil-i;,, , ,, ,,
Dr O U Parker, vncclnatlng 61 per-
Dr J CStilllv.ui, vaccinating 100 per
co .Schelitnel, rent of pest house," pro
I, .lorgen en. groceries for nest houo 38 Uo
...ill'ord, Morrf. .t C.indee, ln-iiran c
oriornol.loliiiS.u k icrerln htllld.
lug near pe.t house .... 2 50
W W U'ooton, superintendence of
pet lioii-e ill) il.iy. In .Soeniher. . 00 00
llenrv Dicker.on, l.ihurnt pet hou.o
lit N'oeinher 4H 10
lack-iui (lutu, labor at pest house
.Nov. Ill ). 25 II
.Sandy White, labor nt pcit uouse
Nov. 1 ila 13 3A
John (il.idne'v, hauling 40 loads of
lumlier 20 00
P CoiiIjii, 2.i day. work In Nov ... Ml 2.'i
I'ho., Kitzgera d, 2il ilayi work lu
Nov ......... MS,
t in. Mcllale, 2." il iv work in Nov fsj (A)
It II t'liiiuliighuui, rent ol Council
Clumber in .Nov 40 00
Win Moll. ile. jailer, dieting prisoner
111 Nov.. 4 II il il . Old no
Patrick Chi I. hauling drunken niaii
to Jail ro
loliii McNulty, going to colirt-holKc
lor ilck .. 60
Cairo Box ami BaKct company lum
ber at ?l!l 103 til
urrl.. It I A r. i r. ooo r.n.i nrimn.
M 'frat ill 110 00
'ar..oii., D.ui. ,t Co.. qticuntwnrc for
pet bouv 3 fio
'itvt i.ll A l..r,.n Intnl.. . h ... A ,.1 1m 'ti
.-...Lih.(.,,,ii, tiiiiiiii-l ,i k.a ... .v., oo
M C.iliill, hauling drunken man to Jail fxl
111 L ll'lllllil,.!,,,, r..,..,lr- .,. I .,..li..
-. a .....riv t V,., . . 7 V. 1 . Vl I . L 1 1 1
p'oi;UcoMiinlttiT))artimyMicnt. .230 00
I- A Nurnt'tt, Nov. salarv us
coinptrollor ., no 00
A (Villi. Vsit s-i1-trv (1J ii..sM.1.n mi
" -ti itttisiiau,,t. it v.
J I .1 I InU'liiL. K11V uil-tr-s. uy ..l..fL 1kt lift
K uiiiiinham Nov. salary ns
uuii-siii vi u W
I, II Myur-s Nov. salary as chief of
1t(lllS O-l 11
C Mehuer, P Helm. II T Martin, It
r iiiiniig.iy, rreu vt nitcanip ami
J C l.allue, police constable., Nov,
halarv. eneli rK tv
I' llro., P.M.. one month Kil.ir'v"in
I lee. !l AA
John M. I.an.den, :i month, nalcrv at
mayor 1 1 December U "... 250 00
Cairo City (la. company, ga. o numed
.it ii. mm ii. nun n engine nou..es
and city clerk's oltice, 3 mo., to
Deeeinher I ort r.r.
Charle 'l'hrupi, making plans" mid
. -inn n, n ui, nun iirveyiiiauiii.iy.
II" ml' elv.ir i.ri.r... ' f.n
John II. Oherly, publi.liing proceed
ing In Nov., and other iuhertlilng 01 23
Calm t.'lty tia company, gas con-
i-i,ivi hi jan ,i iiiuiiiiiio iiec.
l.t i'i it.
Cairo City (iu coinjiaiiy. gas' coil-
i,ttt in iiiccv lauips m V III
mil or bin aoo oo
Councilman Tavlor moved that th e no
tion of thu board of aldurmon bo concurred
in and said bills allowed. Carried bv tin.
following vote: Ayes Halliday, Schub,
iayior anu Woodward 4, Nay 0.
Tho following entitled ordinances were
read fur thu first tiino in tins board and
laid over for a second reading, viz: "An
ordlnanco to nid tho Arab Fire
company to build a flro on
gino house," nnd "an ordinanco to
amend ection 3 of ordinanco No. 14."
Councilman Tavlor moved to tako un
an ordinanco entitled " an ordinanco to
amend section 10 of ordinanco No. 14 of
the ruvl-ed o-dinnces," which was tabled
at n previous meeting. Carried.
Councilman Tiylormived to adont
said ordinanco. Lost. Ayes Schuh ard
iayior Z. ys Halliday and Wood-
ward 2 Tho votu being a tiu tho mayor
voted nay, and tbo motion was declared
Councilman Taylor moved that when
thu council adjoin nes, it shall bo to meet to.
morrow morning at 10 o clock. Cur-
The following resolution adopted at the
joint meeting of th council on thu I'd
in t, aim ny uiu hoard or alilerm-u on tbe
tilth i tint., was, on minion of Councilman
I'liylur, adopted by this board, by tbo fol
lowing vote: Aycs-Hilliday, Schuh,
Tayloi end Woodward 4, Nay 0.
lie it resolved by tho city council of tbe
city ul Cairo,
That the report of tho estimated cost
a nl expend id' tho construction and re
construction of ti e sidewalks provid-d
for in ordinances numbered 32 nun 34
(undo by Timothy l.orinm, J din A. Poun
aiul WiIIihiii Mel l .l", mid pro.euieU to
li coiiiicll this ev, ning bu nnd thu sam
is hereby iipproved and coi, firmed It i.
therefor, ordered that ill 11 city attorney,
P. II. Pone. Iiri'llaru nlld nri .nnl t,. il...
county court a petition for proceeding to
c.. tin. co.i in .nun improvements in
th- miinner provided in said ordinances,
Mid tho act under which they wure
On motion of Councilman Taylor, atl
Journud. .M J. HoWlicy, City Clerk.
Steamor Illinois, Columbus
" Jim Fisk. Jr.. I'ltilueuh
" Mi.ij K Korsyih, Now Orleans
;rKiinas iieiie, r.vansvlllo
" iliirksville, Hickman
" Cretcent City, Mound City
.StcatiiorJim Fn-k, Jr., Pnducah
" Illinois, Columbus
" Arkansas Belle, Kvansvlllo
C0NHITIO.V OK TIIIC ItlVKns.
Tho Ohio is still un tho duclino at thit
port, with 3J feet over tho worst bars in
thu river. Heavy wliito ico in lariru fields
wiib pasilng down tho Mistlstdppi, That
stream continues receding, with no more
than 3 feet scant over tbo shoalest places.
and navigation between hero and St.
I.uuls tins untlrely suspended for thu win.
tvr, nnd Cairo again stands at tho hoad of
navigation There Is no steambuuting of
any consequence being done in tho Ohio
rltur. Tho Lower Mississippi continues
una in places, l'oint Pleasant Is still
monarch of that end of that river
SpccUl di.patchoa to The Bulletin
report the condition of the M..
j and Ohio rivers at various places.
IIUblNKOS AND W EAT II Ell,
'llietu was a groat deal or bu'ltioti
transactea on tho lauding, and only two
boats in pori doing anyt ling-
Tho wuuthur was clear, dry and still
Tho Crescont City wat towed down from
Mound City yesterday, by tho tug Cache,
and bit gone to hor old retting place op
posite Eighth street.
The tug Flora wat running around the
harbor yettorday, and performed admira
bly. The Burktvllle oontlnuos in tho Hick
man trado and Is doing well, 1
Tho Peytona commenced loading one
of her barges yesterday, the has, two more
barces which sho will load for tho toutli,
Tho City of Chester bas laid up at Mum
phis and paid off her crew.
'1 bo stern wheel steamer John Howard,
in route from Whitu liver to Now Or
leans, struck a hidden obstruction five
miles nbovo Warrentown, which crooned
her to much that (W0 bales cotton wero
thrown overboard, 400 bales of if were
saved. Hie leaked badly but continued
hor trip to Now Orleans and will repair
Tho Olencoe loft hero early on the
morning or thu 27th of last month, and on
tho 1 1th Inst., sho wasonly 8 mllo below
Helena, and reported hard aground, out
of provision and her crow inutlmd. She
look a bridal parly from bore, who no
doubt nro enjoying tho trip hugely.
Tin re nro moru ttcainhoat men on thu
"City ol Cairo" than h.s been teen before
for a longtime, Tbe tiro anxiously wait
1 tig for tbe resumption of navigation in
Tboro wore bnt few arrivals or depar
tures yesterday, and items wore very
Hiram Hill, tho submarine diver,
returned homo from Louisvillo yesterday,
and bas sent in his bid for tho recovery of
the railroad iron which went into the
river last Sunday.
Capt. Alf, Stein of the steamer John
Kilgour, lift on the train yesterday for
Tbe Oeicva Conference hat at last con
cluded Its labors and awarded the amount
due by England to tho United States on
account of tho Alabama claims. . Tbo
Tbo amount wat easily arrivod nt itftor
the caso bai been properly represented
to the tribunal. It would bo, bowovrr,
an impossible matter for even to learned
and astute a court at that to arrive at tbe
amount of benefit conferred on suffering
humansty by such a medicine at Parker's
Compound Fluid Extract Buchu. Thous
ands attest I'.t excellence. For sale by
all druggists, everywhere.
STOP AND READ!
wJ4ptal attention paid to orders from sietn
vila nitfM or H
Engagement of the
Seldon Irwin Combination,
For a limited number of nights.
MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 16, 1872.
Will be presented John Brougham' beautl
lul comedy of
OUR IRISH COUSIN.
Alleo Devoruux Mrx. SEI.DKN 1UWIN.
Paul Weldcn Mr. Skuign Ikwi.n.
Other character by the company.
To conclude tvl h the lau. 'liable farce of
Fool op the Family.
Itettv Launder Mrs. Seidell Irwin.
Zetli Brighton Mr. Seidell Irwin.
JaTFor full parficularw see programme.
Reserved seats tor sale at I). Ilartman'x
THE HIBERNIAN BALL.
The Hibernian Fire Company of out
Tuesday, the 17tii Instant,
Propose to give a
GRAND ANNIVERSARY BALI.
For which extended preparations an bring
made, Everything that can, w ill bu done to
render the occasion enluyable. It will
be held at Wu-liinlim Hall, and It Is hoped
that the oecaslou will be ouo long to bu remembered.
Mesrs. Susanka, O'Lnughlln and John
cam, aie tile committee of arrangement anil
iv u icei aure mat all will be Uoue w ell.
Tuesuay Evenino, Dec. 17, 1872,
The ladles of the Episcopal Church of thin
city, will bold a
S O I IR, IE IE
To which ALL, Old nnd Young, Men.
Women and Children, are cordially invited
It will bo tho aim of tho Committee who
havo the stlperintendatice of thia Soiree, to
make it one ot the mokt enjoy ble ami prof
itable occasions of the season. It will ho 11
placo where old friends and new can meet
together and oiUoy a social evening.
Where tbe over-worked mother, sier or
wllo, who "cannot Hud time" to mako the
usual gilt- of atlectlon for ChristuiaK, can
obtain almost anything in tho line of Fancy
Article, irom a pocket pln-cuslilon to an
elaborate toilet cot, at a prlre that will war-
e.ltlt llu.ln 111 hill, mltine ,lt.i. In .........I
day ami nights '-trying to get tho time" to
mako them. . Aud where luiHbam, lathers
and mother, may readily tiud a suitable
present for their loved ones,
C II I L D II E N.
Thero will bo a special committee to look
after the interests ol the Children,
A largu Invoice or
TOYS, CONFECTIONARY, CHIL
DltEN'S TOYS, Etc., Etc.,
Will be displayed, and at prices as cheap us
can be found anywhere In the city.
Will bo served at Mx o'clock and continue
through tho evening, thereby saving tbo
head ol the household any anxiety as to that
meal, at home.
Numerous tables, with sittings for any
number from two to a dozen, will he. scat
tered through the hall, and allgutH will re
celvo citreiul attention, ami havo an oppor
tunity to enjoy the aubntautiaU at Well .aa
tbe dellraciea ot tho season.
The place where the Holrea will lie held
Is not yet determined, but tho public will
be notified at soon an satisfactory arrange
tuentt can be made. 16 tl.
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
A place where you can buy aa much for
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undorslgnod would ro.poctfully In
form tbe public that they bavo fitted their
now ttoro house on Eighth street with tho
dnest and bt ...,rt.l .i.-.l. ..
general merchandise ever before brought
to this market, and in ordei
to tocuro a large portion of the patronago
or tbo public,
WEAKE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY O I'll KB ESIAB-
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our ttock is entirely now, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Oentt and Children's
BOOTS &c SHOES,
HATS & CAPS.
And all other articles to bo found In a
first clatt dry goodt and clotblngestabllsh-
Wo call especial attention to our large
assortment of drest goodt, shawls and
cloakt, which department is coinpleto in
all tttdotails. Our stock of
Blum & Amson.
Mr. R. Jones on Commnr.
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Uoots and Shoes of the
best material in the marknt
and is prepared to fill all
uiuuio uu tuts snuroesL nonce.
Ho guarantees both tho work
and material ; his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
snop in tne city. Jonlident
of the excellence of his work,
ho invites the patronage of
the public. nm.
Vou can buy six
and ono-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Uio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
1 half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
it WILEY & BIXBY'S.
CAIRO AND PADU0AH
Tbe splsndld sUtasr
CT-A.S. FISZ, '
Dick Fowlir, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), 1 1
4 11.111. For ireltfht ornassaifeatitilvon boa b
o. to .In. .Mai 1 nu V. Av't.
J.natf ' "
Sealed proposals will be received at tho City
Clerk' offlee until 7) p.in, of Kridat , the Sutli
'day or December, A. I).. 187a, Tor ruruUhing
the materials ardolng the work, or both, lur
the reconstruction or renewal 01 the follow,
ing dcacrlticU sidewalks, : Oil thu a .utU
nlile or Mneteentb street Irom Poplar street
iu Commercial atenue ; on the 11 rtb sidu ol
I Wciitletb street from Ohio levee to Wulnut
-treeti on the south of Twentieth street
irom Ohio let ee to Washington aieiiue; 011
hath sides or Poplar street Irom Eighteenth
street to Division street'; on thu south side
of Diiision street; and on north side of Cen
Said proposals shall be directed to the City
Council, and will bu opened at a joint meet
lug ol' the Council at the time abutu named.
All lirnilosals shall be mailii In iieem-ilnn,...
with the provisions, requirements und sped
llcutlons or ordinanco .No. il'J, approted .Sep
tember III, A. D 187, which ordinance in
now on tile in my olllcc, subject to cxamlna-
nun ui any lime.
The city reserves tho right to reject any
or all bids. '
M. J. IIOWI.KY,
Cairo, Ills., Dec. 0, 1872. City Clei k.
Mayoii'h Office, )
Caiiio, Ills,, December U, 1872.
Pllhlle untlee lu llernliv rrleen tint an ,.lnn.
lion will be held
O.N TUKsIlAV, THE "Til DAY OK JA.NUAItY
A, II, 1873,
III tbo citv or Cairo. In tbe State or Illliioiv.
nu me purpose oi ueiermiiiiug titu iiesllon
as to whether said cltvol' Cairo ahull lieemnn
Incorporated under the uct or the irencrnl
aeiiioiy 01 tins siaic, cntiueu "All act lo
provide for the incorporation ot cities and
villages," approved April luth, 187-', in rorce
July 1st, 1872; aud aLo, at the name time
there will be submitted for adoption or rejec
tion, the question ot 'minority representa
tion " In thu city council, or legislative uu
thorlty ol said city.
For the purpose or said election, said city
ol Cairo Iiiih been divided Into two election
districts, the one or which comprises all the
territory iu said city, smith ami cast or thu
ccnterlltie of Twelfth strectextciidedto thu
Ohio and Mississippi rivers, and tho placo of
voting, In said district, will he the Itougu aud
Heady engine-house; the other district com
prises all thu territory lu said city, north and
west of said line extended ns aforesaid, and
the place of voting therein will be thu court
bousu. lly order oi the cl!y council,
John M. Lanhuen, Mayor.
Cairo Dally Hun nd'Caiio Ouzette,'
please copy, 12-U-dtd.
fr ipn OOA Pr uayl Agents v anted
tlfj IU All els.es or working peo
p e.elltn r sf, jcunu or old, maka mn e monj
st work f r us In tbsir spur momsntsor all. Hit
lima, than at rnjtliinf clut. Paitloulart free.
AUdrMs S, ailaiea Co., forllsnU, Mala.
HAItHY WALKEK & CO., Trop'ri.
This house Is newly fitted up with two
And two tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Tbo saloon Is stocked with tbe Best
are compounded In tbe most approved style
3rComoand see for yourself. JEX
SCHWEITZER CHEEHE AND UOL
arc spread morning and evening at 10
o clock, at winch an are invitiu to panici
pate free or charge.
OYSTEHS1 OYSTERS I
At wholesale and retail, stewed, fried,
broiled and baked, raw aud 011 the half-shell,
by the cau, kcir, box or barrel, at Harry
Walker's St. Nicholas restaurant on Com
mercial avenue. Oysters in even- sty.e at
all hours day or night. Many ulkcr pre
sides over the culinary department. Asa
caterer he has no equal, and Ilarrj' cus
tomer can nlwaya be onsiircd ol u warm
meal at any hour of tho day or night, that
win meet tin; requireuieiiis ami picase tne
tite 01 tne most laMiuious.
RE A DIN O KOOM8,
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OI.il I'OST OFFICF. bTANU.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
The best brands ol Cigars, choice Wllics,
L.liUors, etc., ulivaj unii lianil,
tuTOpeii day and night. JgJ
5AL00N ANU HEADING KOOM.
,J CommeiVv?11 WISTEtt'S OI.OCK
PARKER & 1U0NTAGUB
tt3T"Thc best brands of Cigars, cholc
vViiies, Liquors, etc., always ou baud tl
IULLIARD SALOON AND BARROOM.
JOHN OATKN, I'roprletor.
10 Cnmmercikl ATsnun, CAIRO, II.LINUIf
tlMl brand of Otllfe tciaarsu reclvJ
IULLIARD saloon furnished wilh the be'
nftahles : and bar supplied with wines, liquor
and clirar of thenet bran l.
(Open Day aud Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Lcvcc, bet, 4th and Cth streets,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A Hnn ....... III..!.... II..II ...t.l. .......... n.-
. I11IU nun .llllll .IUII ttlkliuvuij -,.
veiilence has lieen added to this populHi
lleHiaurant, nliil the guests will llu.1 etery
reipilslto lor thelraccomodatlnn.
THEllILL Or r AUK
coitsUlN of every substantial and delicacy of
is supplied with the
iPTMlxcd drink prepared wltb oar.
Our Home Advertiien.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cf Nr'L.Orncs, 172 WASitiiOTox8r.
This Ucmisu Life Ins iranco Comranv
guarantees not only I'ald up l'olleles but
also a Value In Cah ou thu N'on-lorrclture
llttfM S tltt,.r ' ...
.. .11. '""'fti ... rretiaeni,
U, KNOBKLHDOKF, . . . Hecretary.
JOHN w. vmmn,
Agent for Cairo aud tluiulty.
SKCTION NO. 47.
Association for nmmntlnv I Jr Innmn..
and Mck Itellef by weekly ilui aud mutual
ciwiperatloii iu object ol public lienetlt.
1 .. '"""ranee i-oiivies will lie Iwueu
ny the leutonia Idle Insurance Company,
II. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
MI for s'Mlro st vlrltslt jr.
FIRE AND MARINE
I IT S TJ -A. 2ST O H
NIAUAEA, K. T.,
OKHMANIA, X. T.,
UAK0VIE, If. Tn
.. .. ...TM t2 OS
BarUIILIC, X. T.,
.-. - . ...... ....Tl4.Wft 00
CotsprlslDg UieUtdsrwrlUrt' Aasocy.
.m ......I7S 164 81
isuU U3,m U
viRiucN'a rnxu, a. 7.,
KCURITT, X. T. UAMKB,
tsscls - - l,i,M
Htorfia, Dwelling, Kurniturs, Hulls and Car'
)r, In.ur-! alraiH w fsTrrabta aa sooad, ft
msarat ..curitr will w rrsat,
I rniHN'tfully a.k of tha cltlsoos ol Cairo
sburof ibeir pHronn.
. . 11 run KB.
W. II. Momi,
H. II. Uadtsj
Nc.Pub. aad tf. tS. Ooin
F1RE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
AsssU f8,M,KH VI
NORTH AMERICA. PA
AsseU ..3,Ttt,000 00
UteU... .. .2,Mt,tlO 72
Asssu -. .ii,tsi,ui ee
INTERNATIONA L, N. T.,
Asst.... ..l,SU,tM IT
rUTA A M , II A RTfi IKU,
AsmIs ..'..... WS.eti H
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
AsssU. ...I600,OMJ 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE.
.. .tao,ooo,tso 00
TRAVELERS', IIARTFUlU). LIFE AND
trls '.,W0 000 00
RAlLVAT PAHHENflERS A HUKANCE
Vi-stts 6(IO,(K0 00
V els . ttyi.Mt 00
ii AFFORD, MORRI ACANDEE,
71 tlhl a.).
Cits S.llon.l Hnb. nilRd. f l,f,.
JOHN R. I'll LI-IS A SOS,
.Huccs.i-ors 10 JiihoH. 1 hilh., )
DEALERS IN UAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &o.t
Cos. TENTll-ST. ami OHIO LEV
CAIRO, n. La.
DEALBE XXT ZiZAtOO
Ckmint, Plabtkb Paris,
PLASTERER'S II AIR,
NO. 71 OUIO LKVKK, UNDKR CITY NATION
t3r""or the purpose of building up a
wholci. le trade In Cairo, I will sell to deal
ers and contractors tn lots of 60 barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices adding
Cairn, AtUUt lit, 1873.
8TRATTON & BIRD,
(Buoeessora toHtratloo, Unison Olatk,)
57 Ohio Levoo. Cairo, Illinois.
Corner Twenty-secoud street and Oblo
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on band, and at -the 'lowest mark
price , Also a good article of
OOW IT 32 32 ID
Verr cheap, LeaTe ordtrt at HAIXIPAT
BBOTUEBtl, or apply at Uu ullb