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THE CAIKO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1872.
riMlwMM . Hsslllss Bnllti(C
Oo lo tlio Atheneum to-night.
Anotbtr disagreeable day ycstordsy.
Th'AloinJr county courtconvencd
Largo quantities of Ico aro running
out of the Mississippi river.
Dressed hogs aro telling t 6) cents
on the streets.
Tbo Cairo and Vlnccnncs railroad
crosses tho river Cache eleven times be
tween tbli city and Tunnel Hill.
Sheriff lrvln Is now In Memphis.
Business called him to that wicked city.
Onchundrod and slxty-flvu excursion
ists registered at the St. Charles hotel,
Forty of tho railroad excursionists
slept on tho steamer Chester on Momliiy
Win, H. Boflnger Is In town on
business connected with tho St. LouU
and New Orleans Packet Company.
Tho railroad excursionists left Cairo
yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. There
were five passenger and one bnggsije ear,
Tbo locomotlvo which drew tho ex
cursion train, on Monday, was gaily dec
orated with wreaths and flags. It is culled
tbe General Thomas.
The Salden Irwin troupe of actors are
boroming great favorites whn our play
goers, and last night, stormy as It was, gut
out n largo house. Their acting elicited
much applnu'c, giving entiro satisfaction
to tho most captious. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
In their respectlvo rolls wore tine. To
night a splendid bill culls for a crowded
The Knights of tho Cairo Command
cry, Installed now officers on Monday
night last. After tho intnllalion cere
monies, they addressed themelves to tho
enjoyment of u lino banquet, tbo presiding
genlous of which was Jack Winters.
Officers olectcd In Cilro council No.
J4, It. and S. M: I'. W. Barclay, T. J. (.
M.; John Antrim, deputy J, (1. M.; M.
Fo, I'.O ol W.j J.Goldstlnc,Treu;,iror;
F Korsinoyor. Recorder; John McEwen
C.ofO.; J. B. Sheldon, C.of Council ; II!
Meyers, G. Stewart.
Sevoral of our editorial brethren from
up tho country culled on us yestorday
morning. When Clarke and Ilnrill called
on us, wo were sleeping in our little bed.
Mr. Vf. W. Thornton entertained tho
editors of tho excursion on Monday night
as if ho wero one of tho quill men him
self. Ho ought to bo. All first class men
ought to be.
Messrs. It. Smyth & Co. huvu opened
a brunch grocery storo at tho corner of
Nineteenth street and Commercial avenue,
in which thoy will keep a full lino nf
groceries of all kinds, fresh butter, etc.
This storo will bo s great convenience to
the people In its neighborhood, and sl.ould
bo encouraged by a liberal patronage.
Smyth it Co. have established a
branch grocery store at tho corner of
Nineteenth street and Cutnmorcinl
Capt. nurd, Judgo Bross, D. T. Llne
gr, esq, Mr. 1'. V. Birclay and Mr. J.
H. Oberly havo bocn appointed by tho
msyor, delegates to represent Cairo in tho
railroad convention at I'uris, Tennessee,
to-morrow. Tho delegates left this morn
ing on tho Illinois. Tbo convention was
called by cittzms of Paris, and railroad
men, for tbo purpuso of organizing n
movement to build a narrow-gauge road
from Paris to 0lro.
Boll, the old president of tho Cairo
and Vlncennci railtoxd, objocts to our
statement that ho hull tho ollUo of presi
dent of that road twenty-flee years ago.
He is only thirty-live ye trs old now, and
wai not president of the road until ho
was over ten years old.
The Hibernians' littlo boll, which, for
tho last thirteen years, lias rung out tho
aWrm for flre, und culled tho firemen to
duty, has it last ended its career of useful
ness. Night before lust, while being rung
for a meeting of the comp iny.it succombed
to the action of tbo weather and cracked,
It is very necessary that a now boll bo im
medUtely obtained, and tho company will
probably apply to our generous city cuun.
cil fcr aid to make tho purchase. Their uid
could not bo extended for n better purpose.
Tho following is a full list of tho editors
who wor at the banquet on Monday
night: L Noble, of thi Vinconn.se
Times'; J. El. Cl.trk, of the Grayvillo
'Independent'; Frank Havill of tho Mf
Carmul Ktjistor'; D. liirry, of the Csrmi
Courir'i J. K. Williumion, of tho Evans,
ville 'Courier'; John Gonover, of the liar
risburg 'Chniniclu'; J. N. Silverthorn, of
the Evansvillo Journal'; AVin. A. Silver
thorn of the Kvuns7il,j 'Journal'; S. J.
Orange, Reporter of tho Grayvillo 'Inde
pendent'; John Bjrko of the Vincennes
'Sun ; Win. Pavel, ot the St. Louis 'He
publican'; U. W. Lusk, of tho Shawnee
The annual ball of tho Hibernian, at
School's hall last night, was well attended,
more than threo hundred dollars worth of
tickets having been sold. The company
were good-humored, and bent on enjoy
ment, the supper was complete in every re
spect, tho music enlivening, und tho danc
ing thoroughly enjoyed by everybody
present. Tho woe small hours came Hnd
went before the festivities ended.
The bill to-night at tbo Atbttieum is
Yesterday morning Deputy United
fatates Martini Boo arreted Messrs,
Blum and Amson, on tho cornpluint sf
several creditors, Hnd seized their stock of
dry-gojds and other effects, It li ti, nJQ
liabilities of the Grin are $10,000, )) 0f
which have been contracted within tho
ptst ninety days. These liabilities it it
charged wero contracted In bills of goods
averaging from $800 to 1,G00. Cluflln of
New York, Is the largest creditor, liW
clsdra reaching 33,000. St. Louis claims
$13,000, rblludelpbia about 110,000, New
York about $M,000 and Chicago about
125,000. Tbo visiblo cssets of tho firm are
probably JS.-SOQ. Considerably excite
tueut was ereutod in tie city by tlu ar
rest. Till firm is represented by Allen,
Mulkcy and Wbfttlu-, and some of the
creditors by Linear, Muuo and Pof ,
Judgo D. J. Baker, returned to Vien
na, yesterday, by way of tho O. A- V. rail
road. Ladies will find at Burger's, 114 Com.
incrcial avenue, funcy goods of all kinds,
selected with especial reference to tho hol
iday season ; men nnd boys will And nil
kinds of boots nnd alines, and ladies' and
misses' shoes that will glvo perfect satis
faction. Mr. Burger lias also dress goods,
shawls, skirts, furs of nil kinds such ns
minks, sables, otc; nil new, just received
from tho Kast, nnd now being sold nt very
low prices at figure reduced to meet the
demands of thu holiday trade, o Unit tho
nlmblo penny may bo turned instead of
tho slow dollar. Cull and see for your
Sewing machine finding1) of every
kind, such in needle", oil, springs, shutlcls,
bobbins, saslors, tuck-markcrs, enrders,
heminer', oil cans, screw drivers, wrenches
and tall difficult ports of tho miicliino
Hint wear out. Also self-acting miller,
thu best In use. All kinds of machines re
paired, Persons at n dislatico cun adjust
tho inachlno from tho stand, pnek it In a
box or basket und send by Cipro's. All
work warranted. ' O. CufoN-,
100 Commercial avenue, between Ninth
nnd Tenth streets. l'M&
The npproacbing municipal canvas,
is being discussed quietly throughout the
city, and much speculation is indulged in
concerning candidate. It is now given
out that neither Caplnin Hullldny, Mr.
Thornton, nor Mr. Oulllgher, will consent
to make tho ruco for mayor, and n t.ew
man must bo sought after. Wo should
havo a man ol sound judgmont, thorough
ly conversant with the city's necessities,
and of good executive abilities. The
ItUU.KriN has helped in the creation of a
prejudice In tho Democratic mind
against Mr. P. II. l'ope und
at ono tliuo ontcrtuincd no littlo
prejudico ugaitut him Itself; but wo havo
seen much nf Io during tho past two
yeors, and now givo it ns our opinion that
he would miiko nn excellent mayor; that
ho possesses all tho neecsary qualifica
tions for tho mayor needed by Cairo ut tlii
time. Ho possesses romarkuble executive
abilities, knows tbo needs or tho rity and
could givo to tho city's sorvice, If elected
lo the mayoralty, a lurgo portion of his
timo. "Wo nro lor Popo. And
more, this arrangement would tako Popo
out of Mr. Webb's way, who could then
be elected to tho city nltornoyship with
out oppo'ition. Theso two men on u
citizen' ticket, wit a strong candidates for
treasurer and city clerk, would make
a strong race, nnd wo beliuvo
could bo elected by a large
majority. AVo know certain gentlemen
will denounce this suggestion, but wo bo
Hove tho interests of tho city rcquiro some
such combination. What do you lay, Bad
iculs and Democrats? Suppose wo "go
snooks'' and mak 3 tbo " blarstod thing "
Toys, notions nnd fancy goods. The
best and cheapest p'mca to get your toys
and fancy goods, is on Commercial ave
nue, between Ninth ar.d Tenth streets
No. 160, as wo keep toys tho year rounl
and sell nt regular prices. Wo uro just in
receipt of n now and fresh lot of goods,
among which is n Una assortment of
Christmas troo ornaments, which wo roll
to churches and other institutions ut cost
pricos. J.C. Causox,
No. 150, Commercial avenue, between
Ninth und Tenth streets.
ClllltSTMAS.and at No 32 Eighth street.li a
complete rtoekof Holiday goods In thu fol
lowing lines: Urocrrlc. Fi nits anil Tovn.
tome of will h are Loudon layer ami deed.
ie-s riisins, z line currents, citron, sweet anil
ooueu eiuer, apj.io miner, mince meat, up
ple, onuses, lemons llgs, nuts and candles,
(mixed by our-elve); skates from common
CUHL'S HALL CROWDED LA8T
WHAT WAS DUNK, WHO WAS THERE
AND WHAT WAS TO BE SEEN.
Tho soiree of tho ludUw of tho Episcopal
church, lust night, wus nnn of tho greatest
success, in tho way of a church festival,
ever achieved in Cairo.
At nn early hour Culil's Hall, which
was brllllitntlv lighted, was well fllfed, I
and soon was crowded with ladles nnd i
gentlemen of tho city. Tho walls wero ,
decorated with oil paintings, steol cngrnv- .
Ing, flag, iivcrgreens, etc., nnd tho
lady mannu'ers, proud of their succes, J
netlve at their respectlvo post, entertain.
ing tho company, and in driving a brisk
trudo In tho unlquo and costly articles of
fered for sale, achieved nn enviable repu
tation us accomplished saleswomen,
Threo tublcs worn spread in tbo hull,
and they fairly groaned under their loads !
of substantial and dcllcncie. At these I
tables Mrs. Dr. Smith, Mrs. Judgo Allen
Mrs. Henry L. Hulllday, Mrs. Jueob
Lynch, Mrs. Samuel Hulllday, Mrs. Wil
liam Schutlcr, Mrs II. H.Candec, Mrs.'.W. ,
II. Gilbert, Mrs. Jamos Arlck, Mrs. Phil.
Howard, Mrs, Dr. Humphries, MrL Sam
uel Walter?, Mrs Struuhul, und Miss
Georglo Hagey, acted as caterers, nnd fed
tho hungry with neatness, cheapness, und
I.v THIS BOOM
then was ono table, presided over by Mrs.
John Pulton und Mrs. Graham, which
calls for uspevinl mention. It contained j
funcy articles, such as nro found In n Urt-1
class millinery store, arranged with con-
tummuto taste in u manner to compel ,
the Imboldor to purchase whether he would
or not. Its contents wero nlmost good
enough to eat, nnd wo presume this table
wu therefore spread ir. tho dining room
with the tables containing the edibles.
ICR C It K.AM.
The olUco of Bradley ifc Company, bad
been converted Into uu ico cream saloon
und confectionery which oclipscd oven
Phil. S .tup's lino establishment of tbo samo
kind. One feature of this room, especial
ly noticeable, was a table, out of tho cen
ter of which grew a Christmas trco, tho
brunches of which boro sovaral kinds of
peculiar fruits laco mittens and stockings
filled with niiortcd candies. This unique
trco was furnished by Mrs. Satl'ord nnd
Mrs. Pink, whoso tasto in such matters
has passed into a locul proverb.
The otlico of Mr. Junes had boen trans
mogrified into it Sunta Claus museum, in
which uvery article of tho good Christmas
lime was found In profuse abundance.
Thu post-ollice hud for mistresses, Miss
Lunning and Miss Hagey, und tbo postage
of tlfteeu cents rolled into their coders
rapidly and grow into many dollars.
Father Witting was there with his
string bund und discoursed most excellent
Tbo manugors wish to return to Messrs.
Culil, Bradley & Co., and Jones, thoir
thunks fur fuvors, and to tho public for lis
most liberal pttronage.
And further, deponent suyeth not.
New York club, Toy Bedsteads. Wagon.
Carts, l'or.imbulitors, H'lieelb.irrow und
Hobby Il'ine-.. California und other Canned
Fruits ol t lie bent brand", In larB'e variety.
Canned Fisli, B ittleil irooils. shaker 1're-
nerves and Jellies. Firework-, etc., etc,, ut
County Cuukt Juduu Ur.'i, nresldinir.
P. II. Pope, County Attorney, J. O.
Lynch, County Clerk.
The people vs. Win, Messnngor and
Win. it'iilly, lurcanv. tlnod $23 each, nnd
both to boconllned in tho county Jail CO
Uuys, und pay costs of this prosecution.
Tho samo vs. Alburt Hamilton, lurcanv.
pleud guilty, fined $10 nnd sentenced to
10 day in the county jail, and pay costs
Tl.o samo i. II. McCormiek. tilmul
guilty to larceny, lined $10 und curls, und
to be confined in thu countv iuil duv.
and to pay costs of prosecution.
the sumu vs. Mitchul Sjhutz, recogniz
ance to keep tho peace, recognizance
lorleltcd und capias l.-sued, returnable
rnou.uE MATTE UK
In tho mutter of tho i;uardlunhin of
Julia Donton, report examined and up-
In tho matter of guardlatishln of F run.
cis M. and William II. Liwrenco, report
duly examined, approved und ordered
In the matter of tho estate of Timothy
Crowley, deceased, adjustment of claims
against tho citato weru duly examined nnd
approved and ordered recorded ; and fur
tfiur ordered that all persons having
claims ugainst mid estate may probate
them daring this term.
Pu:rick Mekler vs. Patrick Mockler,
administrator of tbo csVito of Timothy
Crowley, deceased. The nlalnitir im
the administrator of nij estate, P. 11.
I'opo was uppointed udministrutor pen
DEATH nF MB. J. S. DAVIS OF THIS
Ills HEAD ('BUSHED INTO FBAG
In nocuies uru the buuellclul etUcu of
Parker's Compuuud Fluid Extract of llu.
ebu moro strongly murked than in tho nu
merout uialudiet coining under tho head
of "femulo complaints." What woman
has not sutlertd moro or lt from some of
them ? By tllu u.e of this compound for u
limited period thu colorless clik be
pomes tinged with the hue of the rose and
tb bloodless lips ustume iu brgUt
11 indicative of good baltb.
Yesterday afternoon ubout 0 o'clock,
large cast-iron cog wheel, in tho Cairo
stuvu fuctory,owned byl'ursons, Davis Jt Co,
burst and n portion ol it ttruclc Mr. Duvis,
of the linn, on thu head, crushing it into
fragments and causing Instant death. At
tbo timo of the accident, Mr. Davis was
standing near tho wheel holding tho stop-
lever, und superintending thu work of
hauling timber from tho river.
Tho blow was so sudden, so unexpected,
und so feurful in its force that it is proba
ble tho deceased wus Instantaneously
hunched into eternity. Ifucr.nnon ball
bud struck him, thu etfect would not huvu
been moro terrible. Tho remains wero
tuken In churgo by Mr. Curoy, undertukor,
who prepured thu body to bo cofllned und
taken to Kvurnvillu to-morrow, whero
it will bo hurried- Mr. Duvis
wus onuof ourmoatrospected citizens, and
his lamentable deuth ha cast u pall upon
the entire community. IIo leaves a wife
and threo children, whoso bereuvement Is
us sud us lamentable
Monday Evening, Dec. lfith, l(j?j.
Tho market continues active und, in some
cr.scs, at small advunce over tho prices of
lust woek, Oats are a Mhado hfeher. Corn
is in goad demand and uncliuuired. IIuv
is firm, all on tho market was taken enrlv
in tho duy, receipts full below tho demand.
Corn meul and flour are active and un
There is a good order demand for iraln
und Huy, but soinu dillculty is experienced
in making shipments.
Tho weather is cold and unpleasant to-
Freights are stiff ami unchanged.
ay-Correspondents should boar In
mind thut cur quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
otherwise stated, und thut in Oiling small
orders higher prices must bo puid.jcsj
FLOUH Th markot Is firm and ac
tive. Tho demand is principal)- in gradoR
from XXX to choice. Sales comprise 300
choice bakur's Hour del at $0 00; 1100 vari
ous grades li uo to 0 'Jfi; 300 do fi 00 to
0 7j; 300 do & 71 to 0 7,". on orders; 100
XX 0 60; 300 XXX AVIntor 7 70j
'J75 various grades A r,o to 0 60; 100
" Uhls' Triumph and lno Browns c'hoico
on p. t.
Sales to-Ja. by (!ro City Mills wero
100 bbls while wheat Hour 0 60; 150
XXX white wheat flour 8 CO; 76 X.
7 60uud 100 low XXX sent on orders to
Charleston South Carolina 7 00.
HAY All on tho msrkot was taken
early to-day. Thero is an cllre demand
for all kinds occasioned by its scarcity and
the accumulation of orders from below. Wo
nolo sales of 3 cars cbolco mixed dolivered
nt 181P 00; 4 cars choico timothy d
20 00; 2 cars good mixed dol 17 00; 2 cars
ptimo hay del 19 00; I car ordinary IB 00
and I car Gilt Edgo " dal'22 00.
COUN-Tho market Is activo for all
kinds, but (loafers find it difficulty to make
shipment. Prices generally remain
a bout tho samo as last week with a fair
supply on tho market.
BULK CORN Sales wtrn 17 cars
white 37c; 1! cars mijied !!4c; 1 car white
,17c; 1 car yellow 3lu and I cars
wbl to 07c.
COBN IN SACKS-Sales comprise ,'t
cars whitu o orders tSc; .1 cars tniid
14c; '! cars do 44(5,460; 0 car. mixed 1 1c; 1
car yellow 44c; and oOOO sacks mixed 14c.
OATS Good demand and fair supply.
Prices am firm at quotations. Sales in
sacks del wero 3 rars and 1 car 3.1c; 'J cars
3'2Jc; i curs :S3c. Sale In bulk on track
wero 12 cars 20c; ! cars i!7o nnd 2 ears i!Cc.
COBN MEAL The demand! good
anl tho supply on tb) market limited.
200 bbls steam dried brought 2 CO; i! cars
do del '1 HO; 1 cars kiln dried del 2 CO MOO
bbls steam dried on order 2 70; 1100 bbls
" Evening Star " City Mills steam dried
'2 lit); and 600 bbls "Sotiger.s" and .100 bbls
"DoBnnco" on p. t.
BUTTEB Choice Is In fair demand
Markot fully slocked. 800 lbs cbolco
Northern roll and packed sold nt 26c; 0
pkgs ordinary roll sold at lo3;20c: 20 pkgs
choice roll l!5c; and i!0 pkgs roll and
KGOS Mnrknt bare, rccoipts are all
taken on arrival. 31 pkgs sold at 30.12
33e per dozen, shipper count.
I'OPLTKY 0,ufet, very little doing
at present. Wo nolo ales of Jjfi lb
dresed turkeys at I4e, and 4 boxes
dressed chickons nt 2 t,0 per dozen.
APPLES Good demand. I0O bbls
primu to choice In larne bbls ild at II 60
to o 00; 76 bbls choicn do on orders nt
60o7,0 00 and 100 bbls cood. sold at I to
OKA N (IKS Market well suimlied and
selling according to quality and condition
irom o oo to 10 OU. Wu nolo sales of 'JO
bbls at 8 00 10 00.
PBOVISIONS-Fair demand for dry
salt meats. We noto sales 2 casks shoulders
dry salt, lc packed and 2 casks clear sides
dry salt Cjc packed.
GAME Continues very soarci and in
demand. Venison is plontv. Babbits
sold to-day at 1 CO and quails at 1 26
1 00 per dozen.
PLASTERING HAIR.-36c M bushel
LIME. In lots $1 25 to 1 CO V bbU
CEMENT At mhnl.,.1,, 1 or.
2 60 V bbl.
ONIONS-Por bbl $3003 25 .
FOTATOE3-Pr bbl $2 60ffi3 00.
WHEAT. The prices to-dav. rcDortod
by tbe City Mills, aro No. 1 White,
J 70; 2io. 2 White, $1 C5; Rod by
sample, $1 60 to I 60 : Mediterranean
$1 30 to 1 60. Damp or tough whoat is
SACKS. Kcsewed Gunnies 18J19J
Corn Burlaps, 21 Bus. Ea, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 Bushel, 21 cts. Oat
Burlaps, 6 Bushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
loss bags, 36 to 38 cts oacb.
PROVlSINS.-Sugar Cured Hams
plain fs lb. 10 to 17c. Shoulders
Bacon 8Jcj Cloar Sidos Bacon, 1212Jc;
Ureakfast Uacnu, 1214c.
LAHU rrime leaf laid, iu
tierces "p lb, ml ni,..; n
kegt. 'f n, 10 to 10ic.
I LAS Imperial, 76,1 25; Oltnpow
dcr, 75(3,1 26; Oolong Black, 7.Vil 00
Young Hyson. 1 00ai 40.
CHEESE. New York Factor)', new, Vs Ik
SVllUPrf-ChoIce gaUon, UV1 00
jsew uneans, TofaWJc.
SEEDS. Millet bushel, $2 00 ; Timothj
?.J riOQ-t ,6. lied Top 1 76 to 2 00. Clover
COFFEE Java, 2S30c. ; Laguayra, 23
WUj. kio, rnine to Choice, 22i to 23Jc.
BBOOMS. Common Ilnimc 1 dnrpn. 1
60 ; Choice to Extra, iS 00(j 76 ; S. B. 94 50
BEESWAX, 1 tt 30c.
SOAP. Schaeler'a German mottled
7Jc ; Champaign soap, 7Jc.
TALLOW. tt 7c.
SUU-Ut Coffee A. 13Jc ; to 14c ; Crushed
rowuered and Uranulated Sugar 14 to 15c.
FUEIOUT COTTON, Compressed, to
Nkw Yokk, 85c. j to Boston $1 oo. Un
compressed, to New Yohk, 1 14 ; to Bos
TON, f 1.
FBE1G11T TO ilEiU'UIS.-yioui, 35c ;
Hay, 5 00 ; Corn cwt., 20c. j Oats, 20c.
Potatoes, bbl., 35c. ; Apples, 35c. j Pork,
40. ; Whiskey, Wc. ; Lumbc, a M. 17 00;
Heavy freight 13 cwt.,201c.
TO NEW OBLEAN.S.-Flour y bbl, 80c. ;
Potatoes. 80c. ; Apples, 80c. ; Pork, 1 00. ;
Whisky, $1 00 ; Huy ton, 00; Corn
cwt., 371c. ; Oats, 37Jc. ; Tobacco 'ri bid
f j 00 ; Cotton -JS bide, ! 60; Lumber
M.10 00. Hcuvy freight, '0 cu t. 371c
Steumer Jim Fisk.Jr, Paducab
" Illinois, Columbus
' Andy Baum, Cincinnati
" Armadillo, h
" Ora, " '
" Arllngten, ' "
" Lawrsnce, ' i
" B. Hurt, Kvansvillo
Mary K. Poe, Memphis
Stcaiuor Andy Baum, Memphis
" Ashland, "
' Arlington, " "
" Lawrence, " "
" Ora, South
" Armadillo, Now Orloans
" B. Hurt, Big Sun Flower
" Jim Fisk, Jr, Paducab
" Illinois, Columbus
CONDITION OK T1H RIVKIts.
Tho Ohio is still rising at this point.
Thero is four feet over tbo bars between
hero and Evansvlllo. Honvy ice was
floating out of the Mississippi yesterday.
Bolow boro tbe rlvor remains much the
same, and 4 feet of water Is still reported
at Point Pleasant. No news from tho
rlvor botween boro aed St. Louis. Spoc.
lal dispatches to tho Bulletin roport tho
condition of tbe Ohio and Mississippi
rivers at various place?.
UUS1NKSS AMD WKATUKH.
Buslaess was yery brisk on tba landings
end freight was handled lively.
Tho weather was pretty cloar; and quite
The Andy Baum arrived from the Ohio
Monday evening with a barge in tow, and
laid here all night transforlng from tho
barge, and loft yesterday morning with a
good trip for Memphis and way points.
The Mary K. Poo brought up tho trip
of tbo City of Cairo from Memphis. It
consists of molasses, sugar nnd cotton.
Tho Dexter was having her railroad iron
taken olf nnd loaded on the cars, and will
ship it to St. Louis.
The Ashland, Armadillo, Ora, Arling
ton nnd Lawrcnco conmn out of tho Ohio
river, each having fulr trips for tin; slngo
The B. Hurt came in from, ami bad n
fair trip for Big Suu Flower river.
The Glasgow came In tho wharf ami
took a load to Hickman, Sim lias been
purchased by Ovorton ic Steele ol Hick
man. and will run regularly In the trade
between here and that place.
Tbo Burksvllle will likely withdraw
from tbo Hickman trtufe, and seek pas
tures, green, in soino other trade.
Tho City of (Julncy commenced loading
yesterday for Now Orleans.
Mart Burnham, pilot royal, bus taken a
position on tbo Mary E. Forsyth.
STOP AND HEAD!
GOOD NEWS FOR KVKUVHODi
The undersigned would ripoctful' v in-1
form the public that they have iltted their
new toro house on Eighth strict with tho I
finest und bet aborted ttock of I
general merchandise river before brought
to tbis tnarkot, and iu order
to secure a largo portion of the patronage
of the public,
WE ATtE DETERMINED TO SELL
UUKUOOU3 AT LOWER
ANY OTIIKH V4TAH.
LISUMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trado of tbis locality, and consists
of Ladios, Gents and Children's
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS & CAPS.
And all other articles to be found in a
firstclassdry goods and clothing establish
mont. 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
Blum & Amson.
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is inanufnntnr.
ing Boots and Shoes of the
Dest material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
oruers on me shortest notice.
He cruarantees hot.li tlm
- " V4 4
and material ; his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than anv othnr
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work.
he invites the patronage of
tne puoiic. 1MM 3m.
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Kio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
mperial Tea. Ono Dollar and
a 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
oT" 'WTT.TT'V Xr TITYHVIQ
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
3STO. 7- OHIO LBVBE
H'tiiil and I'rckrritition,
13 IR, XJ G
A place where you can buy inurli for
as you can elsewhere for j
OSK DULL AH AND A I'AllTKH
IStlBIBii 'i -I -) L.-'mim iasai?
"iinr Wii.bliiflon Ave.
'"id Eighth rtti'ct.
Of . liinol. ra(,,, ,1,1,,
I'T Wl'uk llllljf..
A i IIAKCLAY UKOS
i-'oit (tin: -iiiitoAT,
t'li'l'.ired alut mi,
U IIAItCLAV If UO.S
MmI UMiifi i l:inl lur Mabli-.
M ltlt LAY imo..
"Vol Ml ..MEItir.,'
iid "linw-r-ul Maudjrd, "
A-i HA KOLA Y HKOS.
O-OOHDS J"TJST LLECBIYBD!
(JO TO lilt
CITY BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
BOOTS -AuILSriD SHOES
Mayoii's OFKICK. )
Caiho, Ills., December 0, 1872.
l'ublic notice Is heroliv l-Ivcii tlmt nn ,W.
tloti will be held
ON TUStaiiAY, THK 7TII DAY OP JANUAltY
A. 1. 1H7:I,
111 the city of Cairo, in the State of Illinois,
tor the purpose of determining the qiii'.-tlon
us to whether said city of Cairo shall become
Incorporated under the net of the general
assembly ol this state, entitled "An act to
provide for the incorporation of cities ami
UlairoM." improved Ani'll Huh. 1k7l. in fmv,.
July 1st. 187li; and aNo, ut the mimhi time
lucre wiuuc suiiiuiiteu lur aunptlonorrelec
tlon, tbo miestlon ol minority representa
tion " In the city council, or h'Klilatlvo nu
thorlty of iald city.
For tho purpose of huUI election, nnld city
of Cairo bus been divided Into two election
district, the one of which comprise all thu
ritory in sain city, wiuth and eiiht or tho
Iter line of Tuclllh htreetnxtendedto the
Ohio and MhiHMppl rivei'M, and tho place of
voIIiik, In Hiiiddlktiict.wlll liothoKouKh mid
Iteadv enirlliC'lioiike: tho oilier district rnm.
priscH all the territory In mid city, north and
west of said lln extended ns atorcniid, and
tbe plnco of voting therein will lio the court.,
Uy order of the city council.
John M. I.amsdkn, Mayor.
'Cairo Dallv Sun' ami Calio (lazcttt!
please copy. 1'J-o-dtd.
MR, A. BLACK, :
llu incr enlarged and li:iui-uincly retittfd 11 -ton-, now utter to the public, the rJnot and
nrobably the l.irtrc-l ami uio-t complete Mock or Hoot- and .Shoe. In thcclt); to which he
Invite the carelul In-pci'tlou of ewry boot and hoc wearer, guaranteeing io please e(
ery one In regard to price and -tylc.
IIU -lock which lijii-t receiveil l coiupletc Iu every department : olferlug to tb
trade a better line of good- than ever hcl'ore, with many iniliicemeut- In regani to prk
to the puicha.er.
FOE THE HOLIDAY8.
lie li.ii on hand a line line ol children''-shoes of every tle, iialliy ..ud color, cou
1'KAltL CUEK, FUK.NTII KID,
IUTTONKI) TA.M l'I KH, FUXKI) POLISH, ETC.
He imrtlculuilv eaIN alteiiitou to hi h.ind-ouiu line ol Ladle-' and MUiei' -khoe and
clipper-, in which lie Iiuj alwav had the reputation ofex-cvlllug; Is the tlueit ami most com
plete ho tun ever had, coii-1-tliig of every iiiality, tyle und nit appropriate for the com
fort ot thU-eaMjii.
Al-o. the l:ir,'e -toek of geiitleliicii'-, youth-' ami liov." boot, which Mr. Illuck prld
hlm-eif i the llui'-t -election in the city, and enable-him to -upply a want loug felt b)
the geutleiuetilu IhU cltv, tin' abilitv to purcha-e n I'll-tom made hoot or -hoe for about
one half price uld to rity lioeiu:ikcr. No gentleman wantliu; a line titling cUtotu
made boot, either made to mea-ure or from -lore, -hould fall to -ee lilt -took.
t5yMr, Ulnek, irt the solo aj:cnt for Mes.sr.-. Brolnski .V Co., wlio-e good he
keejn only, nnd lie warrant- uvery pair.
COKNEK KKillTII riTKEET AND COM.MEKCIAL AVENUE.
November IS, 187J
On the corner of 12th -.treet and Wahlnstnn
avenue, opposite Hullelln ntllce.
MONDAY, NOVEMHEK 1H, 187'.',
Tuition Irom i'l to -J0 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO I EACH.
No pains will be spared to make It
AND SATIHI'AC TOK V
to all roneeiued.
N. I'. CUKTIOE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and I'iano .Music.
.1. M. KODENHAUOH,
Teacher of Wind and String Iiisiruments.
(Hco circul.it.) 11-11 tf.
11. M. I1ULKX,
K HC II A N D I S K 3 HO Iv K K ,
COMMLSSION M EKOH ANT,
ruivhaslug lor Murchauts a -peelallt)
Olllce: 110 Ohio Levee, CAIKO, ll.l.S
JSTKelcreiiiTs, Cairo Jlcrchaiits.
Ti 1 1 1) I S A N C I f N oTTlff .
An nidlniiiieu to aid the Arab Fire com
pany to build a lire engine liou-o.
He Itordained by tho City Council of the
(jny oi cairn :
Skciio.vI. That for thu iiui iioe nf aid
ing the Arab Kirn company iu the comple
tion of their tire englne-hoiie, the mayor
nnd city clerk are hereby authorized to
draw nn order on tho cltv treasurer lor the
sum of one thotiKaml dollars (?1,G00) In fa
vor ol said Aran Elm company, lo be ilellv.
ercd to said company upon the execution by
them of it bond and mortgage to said city on
inn nam unguiu iioio-u ii eiiii-es 10 secuiu (O
said city tho re-payment to It by said Arab
Eire comnaliv ol'tue amount of Ktid order in
three yearn Irom Ihmlale thereof, the -aid
order to bo so delivered to said Arab Eire
company upon tho execution and arrange
ment of will! bond and mortgage to tho satU
faction of the commltlu on liiiaucc.
Approved uec la, ih,i.
.JOHN- M. I.ANHDKN. Atuvor.
Attest i M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
HOME TIRIDIE !
J. C. HUELS,
Late of dt. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twellth tioct and C'ouiiuercial Avt
HI.A.N'K HOOKS of every description done
with neatness aud dispatch. All kinds or
ruling dune at short notice Ulbles, Music,
.Magazines and Periodical bound neat and
at the lowest po.slble rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
Fee Hooks, Hlanks. etc., made a Ipeclality
Hoxc, Pocket Hooks, Kuvelopes, etc.,
made to ("-der. lWH tf.
1IKTWEKK WASU'H AVKNUK AMD WALNU1
Dr. fl. K. Kixlds Informi tao public that he has
LIVER V STABLE,
on the northweat aide of Tenth street as name
Ilia Htablea will be furnished with noon but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may he. accommodated at all
hours of the day and night with iafe teams
on tho lowei-t tenus.
Dr. Fields askaa xliaru ofnolilie
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealing
and strict attention to business.
HtiNJlY H. 31KYKK,
DECOKATIM-:, 8ION and ORNAMENTAL
GKAININQ AND MARBLING
ot every Description.
DKCOIJATING AND GILDING
In ever)' style, plain and ornamental.
raruciiiar aiieimuii paiu u oiaas Ullauu
Orders hollclted for Mcenerr. Kreieao iinS
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Ollt, plain aud ornamental. All work lit.
trvted to my care will be promptly In
tended to. Shop la Putt Uoussj, eornar t
CouunercfsJ avenus ana KbjbUi MTttU