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rakltoMlaa Ofllro. Rnllrtln llnllllDB
Waa kins ton Avennr.
Tib 8ot. Tho ladles who havo
biff of the toy tablo for tlio solroo to
night lure been to favorod in tboir pur
butt tbkt they will havo their articles
marked at tho very lowest cash prices.
A CnniTUAi putty will bo given at tlio
St. Charles hotel, Tuesday evening, De
cember: 21, under tho atipslccs "f tho
Qjl Vive Coterie. Thit it independent of
the leriet given by tho club.
A regular convocation of tho Cairo
K. if. Cbsptor No. 17, will ho hod l
Masoaic Uallthls (Tuesdiy) evening, Die.
17, 1872. , Viiiting companions uro cor
dially invited. 1 Komvivkii,
Matthuh & UllL hnvo ormges enough
to supply tho whole country. 1 Hey uro
prepared to fill order of from ono to u
thousand barrels at nny figure you may
Tho railroad celebration nnd tho
Ilaptl't Sunday School Instltuto combined
havo spoiled this lsuo ol Tub Ruli.kti.s.
Ono of thorn could not havodonoioj but
beforo both wo wont down and nttoinpted
lorun thorn Instead of this groat journal
of religion nnd business,
As tho excursionist' train of tlio u.
and V. railroad camo In on tho Illinois
Central track last niht. tho Illinois
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, f UfiSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1872. .
STOP AND READ!
excursion party wcro rocolvod, whllo tho
Cairo Silver Cornet band playod sovoral
of their best airs.
At half-past tlx o'clock, tho doors of the
dining hull woro thrown opon; tho city's
guest, tho city officials, and invited citi
zens tiled into tho room whllo tho band
played n march. Four tablet wcro spread
nt which nearly tliroo hundred persons sat
Thk Soibkk. The committee for the
Uy table at the soiree to-night wish It dis
tinctly understood by all who may become
thslr patrons that they need not fear be
ing importuned to Uko chances, as there
will be no raffling.
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
Central locomotive, as it backed below tho j down. Oon. Burnaide, tho guest of honor
Paducah has tho small-pox, and blatnca
it on Cairo.
Hon. A.J. Kuykendall tntno in with
the railroad excursionists.
Judge Baker, who Is holding court nl
Vienna, adjourned there yesturday, and
come into Cairo to celebrate tho railroad
opining last night.
Mr, and -Mrs. Soldon Irwin brought
the houio down lt night, titno mid
again. Tho fighting edito' ufthh journal
it animus to gazo upon tho mat! who say
they aro not splendid in their hu'iness.
The major of Mound City is a better
looking man than tho mayor of Vincennes
or tho mayor of Evansvlllo or tho mayor
of Cairo, and yet Casey Is not proud.
The last of his serins of lectures to
young men, was delivered by Mr. Tiiu or
in tbo Presbyterian, church on Sunday
night. A.largo congregation was present.
At the soiree to-night, in Cuhl's hall,
toys suitable for Christinas presents for
the little ones will bo sold nt cost prices.
The side-walk is being laid now on
Commercial uvenuo between Second and
The, weather yesterday was despica
ble. It was as cold n Greenland. The
skies like lead tho streets and sidewalks
like a sheet of glass.
"Willis, tho colored man who stole tho
silver-waro from tho Mary K. Forsyth,
has been bound over in tho sum of $400.
He has been sent to tho county J UU
A man namod Sawins is now in jail
for having taken up a cow owned by Mr
Iremlnger of Mound City. Sawins claims
mat no aupposeu mo cow was Ills own,
having lost ono shortly beforo.
Un. Burnsido said last night, that
our silver cornet band can '-Jerk" tho best
kind or music as good ns ho over heard
but he used other languago to oxprcts tho
Tho Selden Irwin troupo, who mado
their tint nppearaneo In this city last
night, were groetod by ono of tho largest
audioncet over proiont in tho Athoneum.
The play "Tho Irish Cousin," gavo un
bounded satisfaction to tho largo audi
enco. Tho troupo havo mado an oxcollent
dnbut, and wo predict good houses for
thorn during thnir stay in Cairo.
Wohopo nonoofour readors will forgot
the solreo to-night. Tho ladies of the
Church or tho Redeemer havo taken uu
boundod pains and labored without con?.
Int; for weeks past in order to mako tho oe
...... . nsii-muiu mm profitable one,
and doservo tho reward of succesi. Ru.
member tho place Cuhl's hall, on the
Tbo Jiumurous mayor of Vinccnncs
said larf nidit, in his speech, replying to
Line-gar's remark that Vincennes was "the
old French post;" ho m!;ht rotort that
Oaito was tho city of now posts ; it win
built on posit. Tho remark set tho table
In a roar, like the jokes of poor Yorickj and
Rjblnson was happy.
TheStbbath .-xorciscs of tho llaptl-t
Sunday School institute, wcro of u very
Interesting, character. Thu Ruv. Mr.
Johnson p.St Louis, delivered tho morn
ing sermon. In tho afternoon, tho chlld
rens' meeting was conducted by tho Rev.
Mr. Fit'hsf Kentucky, in u manner lie-
ceptable, not only to tho children, buv to
the largo, congregation of older persons
present, ltev. Air. Parker of our own
state, spoka In tho ovenini;,
The Colored Freo Will Baptists tiro
building it church on tho corner of Fif.
sesnin ana Walnut streets, whoro their
old church now sWnds. Tho now edifice
is of g.x)d slzo, and they aro building thu
rrame work up luiving the old ch.irch
standing insid.j, in order to havo the use
of tt until tho new ono crowds It out.
Nelson Ricks, the pustor, has been solicit
ing subscriptions of monoy from citizen.
lo neip pay tlio cxpontos of building. He
met with verygooJ mucuM, tho amounts
subscribed running from $5 to f 7C
The steamer Kddyville on its hut trip
brought to this city a poor family whom
the mayor of Evansvlllo directed thu cap
tain of the tteamer to land tiny wheru be
low mat city. (Jn being informed hero
what would bo the consequences il ho left
the pauper family oil', tho captain told tho
father he would have to return lo Kvuut
villa. The man wus in the lust stage ol
consumption and tho news affected him to
such an extent that ho died almost imme.
dlately. Tho captain of tho KdJyvillu
purchased a cotnn for tho remains", and
took it, witluhe unfortunate family, buck
The Memphis "Appr-al ' denounces
the'governmentortlialcUy became il has
neglected to prevent thu ravag.s of the
small-pox. ( Our athorltles do not merit
denunciatlon'or that shortcoming. May
or Lansden and tipS board of health tsav
bandied tbo disease this season with st.
eurotpKtlon, and we hav no doubt tho
manner in whi h they handled thodlsoaso,
lsoUtlng It carefully, and provintlng it
Uom spreading through the city, has x.
npud us thm.rar.frow In raaus at an
pidraio. there mut be no wesry
Ins In welWtlng in thii mat er. The
Myorind board cf health rauit pernvero , attached
sts saeit- swerw. .
St. Charles, answered tho whistlo of tho
locoinolivo of tho now road, and then tho
tvo monlers shrieked greetings nt each
other for tlvo minutes.
Ladies will llnd nt llurgor'f, 1 it Com
mercial avenue, fancy goods of nil kinds,
elected with especial reference to tho hol
iday season ; men nnd boys will llnd nil
kinds of boots and hhoes, and ladies' and
mises' hoc. that will givo perfect satis
faction. Mr. Burger has also dress goods,
shawls, skirts, furs of nil kinds such ii
minks, sables, etc.; nil new, just received
from tho East, nnd now being sold at vert
low prices at figures reduced to meet On
demands of tho holiday trade, so tl.at the
nlmblo penny may bo turned instead of
tho slow dollar. Call and see for your
Sewing mnchino findings of every
kind, such as needles, oil, springs, sliuttelii
bobbins, nstor, tueU-markert, conlors,
henimer", oil cans, screw drlvcrwronclii t
and all difilcult ports of tho machine
that wear out. Also s elf-acting millers,
thu best in use. All kinds of machine re
paired. Persons nt u distance can nujui
tho macliino from tho stand, pnek il in a
box or basket and send by express. All
wolk warranted. ! 0. C-AlwoN,
150 Commercial avenue, between Ninth
ntd Tenth streets. l--lfl lln
Toys, notion" and faney good. Tlio
best nnd cheapest placo to get your tojs
and fancy goods, U on Commercial ave-
I.... Vliiili nr.il Trtitli 'trout
No. 100, as wo keep toy.s tlio year rouiu
mid soil al regular prices. Wo nrojit in
receipt of a nuw and fre-h lot of goods,
unionc which is n unu irauiiimm "
Christmas tree ornaments, whieli we fell
to churches and otl er institutions at cot
ricos. .1. C. Causon,
N'.i. lfifi. Commercial nvenue, betwocn
Ninth and Tenth streets.
Thk Soiiiu:. Thu wliolesalo morchants
of Cairo, havo been so polito ni to pul
their ttocks of toys nt tlio disposal ot llie
ODinmittcu for thu soirio to-night, wliicl
will cnablo thorn to sell so reasonably,
that thov bono to tempt nil persons to
uuuW Immovo- vt everything de
sired for Christmas presents.
Ladik.s of tho Kpl-copal church aro re
quonted to meet at tho nuw building
comer of Twelfth street and Washington
avenue, next door to Tub Bi'i.lktin of
fice, Thursday, December 10, at a.m.
By order of thu decoration committee
TUB C. A: V. it. n.
ARRIVAL OF THE TRAIN AT CAIRO.
THE BANQUET AT THE .ST. ClIARI.Ei.
Hon. II. Watson Webb, Dyns T. 1'iir
kor, R M. Stocklloth, D. T. Einegar ami
Thomas Wilson tlio commlttco nppuintcu
lo meet the Cairo and Vlticuiihu railroad
fxcuraimists at Tunnel Hill, with F. S
Kent for tho ustociuto press, und Tm.
IIullkti.v reporter, left Cairo at 8:'.!0 yes
terday morning. Tho train arrived nt
Vienna at 10; il). Tlireo miles north oi
thu town, tho engine und passenger coach
ran off the track. Mr. Kent und our re
porter immediately left tho train and pro
ceeuoa to Vienna on iooi, in
order to sund tho section men
to assist in getting tho misplaced
train in mining order as soon as posibli.
An hour's work saw tho mailer right
Tlio excursion train Irom inccnnr
arrived al Vienna ut 4 o'clock p.m., hat
ing been delayed an hour mid a half 1
tlio accident lo tho north bound train
There weru llvu cars, notiiblo among tliuti
a very tine cir, provided for thu occasion
by tho president of thu ImlianapulU, Cin
cinnati iV Eafiiyetlo road, for ihu usu of
tien. Duriik'idu, who whs accompanied by
his two corn. Un tho train wuru mailt
prominent railroad men, nnd other', nut
unknown to our citizen .
Mayor Robinson and tho City Counril ot
Vincennes, and u largo portion of its citi
zens; General R.ium, of llarrisburg ;
Mayor Butterlleld, of Kvniisvillo, and a
largo number of lt wealthy anil iiifiuon
tial citizens; Col. Thomas Nooutin, Agent
of O and .M. road; L. l'enrson. Supurln
undent of tho Evansvillu und Crattfordr
villoroad; James Brown, Cliltf-uiiginear
of tho Albany and Suquchannn road;
Col. C. M. Allen, Contractor oil tli C,
and V. road, unit luembor of tho City
Council; Capt. II. A.tSuutt, Snpi. of tin
Indiiinopolis and .letrersonvillo road ;
(Jen.Jlio. C. (2uinsttiu, superintendent of
tlio Cincinnati nun .tiiiriinviuo road ;
Messrs. Oyler, Hamilton, Vauter, I'help.
and Mitchell, directors of tho Cincinnati
and Martinvillu road; in-tlov. J'iikering
formerly governor of Washington terri
tory ; tho Rnv. B. C. iJtiaii of Carini, Ills.,
and Major Bluford 'Wilniii.
ItKI'KKiK.STA'llVK OK 'I UK I'llL'SM.
Of thu press, warn Col. Fayed, represent-
ut'te i.f ilio St. Louis 'Republican ; Col,
Silverttmni of tho Evansvlllo 'Journal'.
Major WiUuunson of tho Evansvillo
Courlor; Noble of tho Vincennes
Sun'; Col. Burko hUo of Ihu 'Sun'; Col
Havill of ihoMt. Carmrd 'Register'; J. Ed.'
Clarko of tho UrayvilW 'ludopondenf;
Capt. Oonovur of tho HnrruWg 'Chron
icle'; Lu'sk of Mio .Shawncetowri Murcury'.
and Davis ot thu Cilro Sun,' who tvuit to
Vincennes on Sunday last.
Miyor Ca'oy and a largo number of tho
cltUru of Mound City boarded tho excur
sion train ut Mound City station. James
Johnsoi. Esq , .ignnt of thu lllimU Cen
tral road, met tin. incoming cars tilth n
uunusomeiy ducorutod engine. Ibis was
to them and drew them down the
levee to the St. Charles hotel. Here the
was escorted into tho room by Col. S.
Staats Taylor; the four tables woro pre
sided at by Mayor Lansdon, Captain Hal
llday, Captain Hurd and Hon. Thomas
Wilson, Mayor L insdeti mado a short and
appropriate speech, welcoming tho citizens
of thu cities and towns on tho lino of tho
Cairo and Vinconnes railroad to Cairo,
Prayer was offered by Rov. Mr. Thayer,
after which tho company proceoded lo tho
enjoyment of tho elegant and excellent ro
tmst, willi which thu tublus were sump
The dinirg-lnill of thu St. Charles pre
sented a very uttraetlvu nppearaneo. A
stiind for thu uo of thu bund, beautifully
festooned witli ll ig, stood in tlio north
east corner of thu hall, and mottoes woro
hung upon thu wnllit. Thu tno't signifi
cant motto, and thu ono that struck tho
oyu most prominently on entering Ihu room
was ono representing two clasped bauds;
on tho arm and wrist of one, wero the
names ol all tho stations on tho Cairo and
Vincennes railroad, from Vincennes to
Cairo; on thu other arm was
tho word "Cairo."' Above the
hand wero thu words ''Cairo and Vin
cennes railroad." Below tho arms was a
representation of two cars, a tunder and
looiinniivo. On ono enr was thu word
Cilro and on thu other tho word Vincennes.
J.I. " I ho Cairo nnd Vincennes railroad :
i Winslow's soothing syrup to thu cuun-
ilJ. ''Railroads develop tho country, pro
moting oivili.ition and prosperity."
llh. "l'hu Cairo and Vincennes rail
road: tho link which unites tho Sucker
and lluo!ier stulc9,"
Bill. ''Cairo tvulcomes her visitors from
her tisler city.'
Oih. "Burnsido; tho father of the Cairo
und Viccenues ruilroai."
Tth. ''Cairo welcomes her visitors from
tho towns nnd cities on tho Cairo und
8ih. "Tlio Iron Horso don't take tho
ACT EK Tilt: 1IANQUKT,
The band played a lively tune, und at its
conclusion, Mayor Lansdcn introduced
Mr. Oburly, who welcomed tho guests of
thu city in a brief speech
(Jon. Burnsido tvus then introduced by
tho Mayor, and responding to a compli
muntiiry expression mado by Mr. Oberly
-n:d thu road tvus projected long beforo ho
enturud thu walks of a business life, by
men sumo of whom tvero present, aud
therefore it would bo wrong in him
claim all thu honor of tho enterprise
Ho was convinced, by sagacious gentle
men, boforu ho embarked in tho enter
prle, that a railroad from Indianapo
lis to Cairo would bo ono
f thu greatest thoroughfares in tho
United States, and undur that luiprossion
nu took hold of it, but, ut thu same time
no was building another railroad and had
uU hands full, und for a whilo bo gavo up
i ho work, and il was then said to his sor
row, that hu was working in thu Inlorost
of thu Illinois Central railroad, but that,
of course, was not so, and
io hoped the peoplo were now
convinced of thu untruth of tho
issortion. Ho furthur said that a great
many of his friends urged him to givo up
iho project, but ho had resolved to gu for
ward to the end ; and, with the help of tho
liberality of tho people along ths line of
tho road, hu hud been enabled to negotiate
ootids of tho road for money in Eurupo,
md with thu energy of Winslow and
Wilson, and the skill of Mr. Reed, Iho
ungiueer ono of tho most skillful engln-
era in tlio United States thero was no
fuither trouble. Tho general's speech
vas ii candid statement of facts connected
ivith his struggle to ecuro thu completion
if thu road, and It was frequently
Mr. Lansdon, at tho conclusion of Oen.
liurnsidu's speech, introduced Hon. D. T.
Einegur, who iniido ii very uloquont
spec-'h, which elicited round after round of
.NUyor Hobinson of Vliiconnos, was
en 1 led up by Mayor E-.insden, and mudo a
ll-ttt-clns after dinner speech, forcible nnd
witty. It tvus enjoyed and loudly up
phtldi'd. I.uud calls brought Cen. SVinslow to his
f ut. Thu general prulested tluit hu
couldn't uiuku a speech, and then madu
onu uf thu best of tho evening, Hu can
build railroads butter than hu can talk
but ho can talk butter than hu can do any
After Cienornl Winslow, General Raum
Mr, Bull of Mt. Caruiol, tho president of
thu old Cairo and Vincennes railroad
eiuiipiiiiy of a quarter of a century ago,
Mr. Conger of Carini, nnd General Pick-
ering "thu pioneer of railroads in Illinois
.i... i ... i ... i. tm - .,
inn iiiioer oi uu Illinois railroad sys
tem, mado FpccclicF, all ot them good
At fifteen minutes of 10 o'clock, tho
guests dispersed und tho banquet hull was
And the conclusion of thu whole matter
is, as our clerical friend h'us it, that the cel
ebration was a success in uvory particular,
Wu regret that thu latu hour at which wo
.vrito precludes Ihu possibility of a moro
uxto'idvd report than thu above,
Steamer Arkansas Belle, Evansvlllo
i City or quincy, Hew urieans
R. A. Uabbage, Memphis
1 Clipper, Ohio river
City of Cheater, Memphis
Jim Klsk, J r, Paducah
1 Illinois, Columbus
Stonmcr Arkansas Belle, Evansvlllo
'' Clipper, Lower Mississippi
" Mary McDonald, St. Louis
" Jim Fisk, Jr, l'aducah
" Illinois, Columbus
CONMTION ciV TIIK ItlVKIW.
The recent rise in thu Ohio m do its ap
pearance hero Sunday, and tho rlvur at
this point it again rising for about tbo
twentieth time this season. Between hero
and Evansvlllo tbo packets report about 4
feet in thu channel. There is nothing of
any good to say of the unco grand Missis
sippi river. It is still on tho decline,
with about 3 feet over tho worst places as
near as can bo guessed ut. Tho condition
of things at Point Pleasant continue very
bad, und tho packuts can find only 4 feet
with thu slick, and they noarly all "slick"
at that placo before they can get ot'or.
Special dispatches to TlIK Buu.icilN
report tho condition of the Ohio and Mis
sissippi rivers at various places.
HL'!'tM AND tVKATUEH.
Business opened brisk, and yesterday
wasubuy day on thu landings Three
Btoamors aru loading tor thu South, and
tuku freight as fast at It comes in.
Thu wi-alhur was cloudy, cold, and wet,
and geefuz how slippery tho s'de-walks
Tho Hollo of Piko brought 250 bales of
cotton; the City of Chester oT8, Mury Mc
Donald COO, and thu R. A. Babbsgu 15,00
Thu Mary McDonald left for St. Louis
Tbo Commonwealth commenced loading
yeslerduy and will leavo next Thursday
The Continental, en routo from New
Orleans, was hard aground at Island No.
20 when thu Chester passed thore.
Tho towboal Alps with soveral barges
is nt Nuw Madrid bend, loading with corn
for New Orleans.
Tho Mohawk left Sunday with four
barges loaded as deep as was safe.
Tho Elliott arrivod Sunday morning
considerablu bobind time, nnd took on a
fair trip and left for Momphis that eve'
Tho Arkansas Belle brought down
slim trip, and took back several hundred
balos cotton and a lot of caltlo.
Tho Tyrono came in from the Ohio
rivor and will likely lay up.
The Clipper passed down with a tow of
Tho City of (juincy camo up from Bel
mont bringing littlo freight. There was
soino talk of her returning to Belmont for
a load, as there is enough tonnage now
loading totakoall tho freight that will
arrivo this week.
A place whero you can buy as much for
us you call clsctvhcro for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUA11THU
The undorslgncd would ro.poctfully In
form tho public that they havo fitted their
now store house on Eighth street with tho
flnost and best assorted stock of
general morcbandiso over beforo brought
to this market, and in order
to socuro a largo portion of tho patronage
of tho public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUROOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESI'AB-
LISIIMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock it ontlroly now, nnd
bought expressly for the coming fall and
wintortradoof this locality, nnd consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
BOOTS &c SHOES,
HATS fie CAPS.
And all other articles to bo found in u
first class dry goods and clothing estal.'lsl
Wo call especial attention to our lrg(.
assortment of dres goods, shawl, m i
cloaks, which department is complete
all itsdetalls. Our stock of
Blum & Amson.
Tho Forsyth began loading for New
Orleans yesterday, and will leavo with
Tho contract for railing the railroad
iron which wont into tho river bolow the
coul yard, on the 8th Inst., has been let t
Captain Duzan, of tho Eckert, and he will
begin work' this weok. It iics in about
twonty-fivo feet of water.
City National Bank BwUcUbb.
9JPII attention paid too Mom Irom Mi
hol niht or cl
"Arrah mi l'oguo" is tho play by tho
Seidell Irwin troupo for to-night.
A iaiiv of our iicijiiaintanco recently
piircuusoii a unuio in rarKur s compound
Fluid Extract Buchti. Shu was complain
ing of liuing very bilious and feollng per
fectly mUurublu i bur skin was as yellow
as gold. After taking It tor a few days
tiiuciiaiigu wnnBiuiiii;irig, i uu ik) was
aseleiir and as brlchl a uver, and sho
said though sho had taken but half tho
contents of tho botlle, its eH'ects tin j bom
wonderful she never looked or full better
in hor life, Parker's Compound Fluid
Extract Buchu certainly has a mot won
derful power of cleansing tho skin and
maklni; the complexion clear and beauti.
ful. For sale by ail druggists everywhere.
ORDINANCE NO. 38.
All ordinance to aid the Arab Kl
pany to build a lire cuirine houe.
He Itordalneil by the City Council of the
City of Cairo :
Skction 1. That for the purpose of aid
lilt; tho Arab Ktm company In the comple
tion or Uielr lire englue-housi', (he mayor
mm en;' i'htk are nervy aiiiuonzeu to
uratv an nruei'oii me city treasurer lor the
film or one tuousami uoiiars (?1,U00) in' fa
vor ot said Aran Fire eouinanv. to be deliv
ered to paid company unoii the execution i.v
them ofa bond and inort"UL'e to mid ellv on
the Kild eiiKlne hoiuo premise to keciire to
Mild city the re-payment to It by Kild Arab
r ire company oi wie amount or cald order In
three yearn Irom the date thereof, the (.aid
order to be so delivered to said Arab Kir,.
company upon the execution and arratiKC
mem of said bond and mortgage to the call-
luuuuii ui uu- commute en nuance.
Approved Dee. 13, 1872.
John M. Eansdkn, Mayor,
Attest : M. .1. Ilotvley, City Clerk.
rOll NEW ORLEANS ST. LOUIS
A N D N E W OR LEANS PACK ET
WEDNESDAY EVENING DEC. 18TH,
.. Jno. W. Cahuou., Supt.
11. BoFistiKK, Freight Agt.
II. M. 1IULUN,
M K Kl! II A N DIS K B 0 K Kit ,
COM MISSION MERCHANT,
I'uri'haslng lor Merchants a speciality.
Otlkei 110 Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLS.
jarRcfercncos, Cairo Merchants.
TA OOA tr Itjl Asni w anted
l J cpgu ah ci-si of working pan
t .eltrii r tl. vouoir or old. mb mo, montv
I work f r us in thtir spare tnomsaU or all, tht
l ine, intn at uyUuni tin. aitleutari n't.
Ad4rtt 0. UUasoo 0o Portland, Mala,
Mr. R. Jonos on Comnior-
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in tho market
and is prepared to fill all
ordors on the shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns arc
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work
ho invites the patronage o
the public. mM nm.
iou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant'
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar: Bes
three and one-half libs. Prime
Kio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound : Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea
Une Dollar per pound, and ov
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY (ScBIXBY'S.
Sealed nronoful will be received at tin. I'll
Clerk's ofllee until 7 p.m. of Friday, the 'Jut.
day of December, A. D., 1872, for furnl-liliiK
.uu muiLTiui uriiuiiiir ine worw. or oniii. inr
the reconstruction or renewal ol tho follow-
Ine described sidewalk, viz. : On tlio ninth
side of Nineteenth Mrcct from Poplar i-trect
to Commercial avenue ; on the imrtb hldn ot
Twentieth .treel from Ohio letce to Walnut
street; on the south of Twentieth street
rrom iinio lovcu io vt usuinKtou avenue ; uu
both sides of Poplar street trnm Eighteenth
Hircci io uivision street : on i in hoiiiii k i , i ..
oi Division street : and on north side ot Cen
Said proposals shall ho directed to the City
Council, and Will ho onened ut a Inlnt i
Inir of the Council at the time above mimed.
All proposals shall he made In accordance
with the provisions, requirements and sped-
ucation oi ordinance .No. ;:'.', approved Sep
temher III. A. II.. 1ST'', which nrdhmuef, I.
notvon tile in my olliee, milijeet to exaiuiua-
nun in any lime.
The cltv reserves thu rlirlit to
ns..ll l.i.i : "
UI Mil M1UB.
.... i'- J' DOWI.KV,
Cairo, Ilk, Dec. C, 187J. City Clei k.
Mavoh'm Officii:. )
Caiho, WU,, December t), 187'.', t
Public notico Is hereby civen that nu i.le...
nuu w in nu ueiu
ON TUKblUV, TIIK 7TII HAY OK JANUAItV
A. II. lbiil,
In the city of Cairo, in the .Statu of IlliimU.
for the purpose of determining the iicstinu
in to whether said city of Cairo shall become
incorporated under tho act of thu neneral
assembly ol this state, entitled "An act to
protme lor me incorporation oi citlen and
tillages," approveil April lUth, Wi. In force
lulv 1st. lai'i: and also, at the k.'imih tlm,,
there will be submitted lor adoption or rejee
tlon, the iiuestlon ot "minority representa
tion " In the city council, or IcuMutivo ati
tliorlty ot said city.
For the purpose of said election, said cite
r t... il...... .11. .i,i... i I.. . , f
in t!iii ii nun Hum in. nii'ii nuu iw ii eieeiiou
districts, thu onu of which comprises- all thu
territory In said city, south and east or the
center linn of Ttvcltt h street extended to tlm
Ohio und Mississippi rivers, aud tho place of
voiiui;. in sum iiitniei. n i u ouiueiio un ami
Ready eiiKiiie-hoiiHe ; the other district com
prises all the territory In said city, north and
west of said line extended as aforesaid, iiml
the place of voting therein will be thu courthouse.
Ily order ol thu city council,
John M. Lanhhkn, Mayor.
'Cairo Dally Sun und 'Calio Gazette.'
please copy. 12-ti-dtd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
3STO. 74 OHIO LEVEE.
llcluil mill I'ruM.Tiplion,
Coiner WnsliliiKtou Ate.
anil Eighth street.
C HE 1YI I CAliS.
Of ih.iuiol. mid labblt skin,
lot' Weak llllii,
at ha rcl ay mhos,
TOR RE THROAT,
I'tvpsii'd and sold
Ilv RARCLAY ItROS
And Di-infi'danls lor .tsblu.
At RARCLAY IIROS.
YOt NO AMERICA,'
And "I'nltii.al ritandalil."
At IIARCLAY IJROS.
isrurw a-ooiDS cttjst KECbiyed i
;o to tiii:
CITY BOOT AND SHOE bTOKE.
i on your
BOOTS .A. 1ST ID SHOES.
Happy Relief for Yoiiiik Men from the Ef
fects of Errors unit Abuses In early lire.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar-
hood rcmovci'. New method or trcatuiect.
New and remarkable rente des. Hooka and
circulars sent free, In sealed onvclopos.
Aildritsa Howard Association. Mo. !i South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.. an institu
tion having a hbzb reputation for honorable
conduct aud professional skill.
MR. A . BLACK,
Ratine cnl.iwd ami halid-oinely refitted his store, now otters to the public, the tlnest and
probably the l.ir'e-t and ino-t complete .tuck of Hoots ami Mio-i in the city; to which he
lit lies llie earellll lll-peeiioii oi eteiy uooi anil "iioe wearer, KiinraiiieeuiK io piease el
ide in etery
with many inducement., In regan!
, rv nm. in rcL'unl to tirleu and -llc.
UN iock which is iui reeeitru roiupieif in i'iitv neparuiiciii ; uucniiK I'
trade a better line ot good', than eter before
to the putcna-er.
FOE. THE HOLIDAYS.
He has on hand a line line ot ehlldrcn's shoes of every style, ipuallty and color, cou
I'KAKL CUKH, FHF.NCII KID,
BLTTOXEI) TAMPIKK, FOXED POLISH, KTU.
He partleiilarlv call-attention to hl'iliand-ome line ot Ladle' and Mlises' shoes and
Uppers, In which lie ha always hail tin- reputation ofcxeelliiik'; is the finest and mot com
plete Ii.' lias ever had, eon-l-tiiii; or eter) quality, -tyle ami cut appropriate ror the com
tort ol this teaxiu.
ANo, the larsjtf stock of i;entleuien', ynuths' and lioj s' hoots, which Mr. Hlsek prides
hlin-elf Is tlie linest selection in tin; city, and enables him to supply a want lonjf felt by
the centlenieiiln tills cltv, the abllitv to purelia-e a eu-toui made boot or shoe for about
one half price paid to cltv -hoemaker-. No cvntlrniaii ttautini; a tine lining custom
made hoot, either m.ulu to mea-ilti' or Irom -tore, should fall to see his stock.
fcay-Mr. Black, is tho solungcnt fur .Meiers. Brolaski fc Co., whose goods he
keeps only, and lie warr.'int.s every pair.
CORNER EIGHTH STREET AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
I'iro Company of our
TlTKSDAV, TIIK 17TII INSTANT,
Propo-e to (,'ivo a
GRAND ANN I V MRS Alt V BALI.
For which extended tiretinratitms ari belli
made, Everything that can, tt ill hu done to
render the occa-loii enjovable. It will
bo held at :i-lilti-'tili Hall, and It I- hotici
mai ine ocea-loil will nu one lou to lie re
Mesr. SiKinku. O'LouL'blln and .lo in
Cain, aru the committee of uiTuiu:ciiiciits and
tve leel siiruthal all will bo done well.
J. C. HUELS
:tahlislied, Not ember la, 187'.'
On the corner of liith street and W'ashlii;
avenue, oppoito llulletlli olliee.
MONDAY, NOVEM11ER 1H, 1H7'..
Tuition Irom ii to f 20 per teim.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 1 EACH.
No pains will be spared to make it
to all concerned,
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ ami Plauo Music.
J. M. RODENRAUOII,
Teacher of AVIcd and String Ins'rumeiits.
(Seo elrciilar.) 11-H .
0AIUO AND I'ADUOAII
Tlio ailnJid steamer
Dick Fowlkh, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sunday excepted), at
4 p.m. For freight orpussage apply oil boaru
or to Jas. Mallobv, Ae'(.
Late of .St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
Ili.ANK ROOKS of every description done
Willi neatness aud dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice lllbles, Music,
Magazines and Periodicals hound neat ami
ut the lowest possible rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
Feu Rooks, Planks, etc., made a Ipeclullty
lloxex, Pocket Rooks, Envelopes, etc.,
niadu to o"i"r. Il'i4 tf.
NEW HLl VERY STABLE
IIKTWKKK WAdU'M AVKNUX AMD WALHU1
Ur. II. K. Klflda Informs tne public that he has
. IV ERV STABLE,
on tlie norlliwoit tide of Tenth stresl at name
Ills Htablei will be furnlsliad with nene but the
AND GOOD VKUICLES.
and thu public may ho accommodated at all
hours or tho day and lliuht with safe teams
on tho lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronage
aud will endeavor to merit it by fair dealluk
and strict attention to bushiest.
HKNIIY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SION aud ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every style, plain and ornamental.
ranicuiar aiieuuou uuiu ui uiata uuaina
Orders solicited for Scenery. Fresuoe and
FANCY GLA88 SHOW CARDS
Ollt, plain and ornamental. All work Lj.
irfted to my care will be cromnilT af
tended to. Shop In Penr House, Miser t
Commercial avenue ami. fclfblh atreet.