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TJtE UA1K0 DA1LV BtJLLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1872.
JSaklinatUts omp, Hnllrtln IHilMlnir
j Wisatilsisrlnsi Avesinss.
Tmj.Cairo daily Bulletin,,
issued every morning except
MoiKuiy, Hvili bo mailed c very
morning on tho Cairo an x Vin
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cinnati, and Chicago papers,
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ated press1 reports of the news,
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New Y ork, St. Louis, New Or
lean?,, Memphis, and all other
points of interest.
Tub Bulletin is furnished
news-dealers daily at .3 cents
per copy, payable weekly ; and
to subscribers by mail at $10
per year, payable in advance.
COHRKCTIOK. Thn notlco published tn
The Bollktik on Tuesday, stating thot
the Qui Vivo Coterbj club would give n
Christmas party at the fc't. Chart hotel on
Tuesday evening, Dec. 24, was Incorrect.
The ball till bo given ou tho 23tb, Christ,
Christmas Pbs-sexi". The largest
assortment of tho obovo can be found at
K. & W. Hudcr's, corner of Eighth street
nnd Washington avenue, conlninnc of
tho flneit wateho", lots oT jawclry, silver
and plated ware, rings of every desorip
t!on, opnra chains, necklaces, gold Mid
Ivory headed rants, bracelet, clock,
spoons, and! In fact everything that ran
bo cnlliil for in n jewelry store. They
keep tho largest stoc' in their lino in
P. It. Popn lias gono to Springfield.
Tho doputy United States ruirshal
W'M at Mound Ctv yaster.hy, making nr
Vangcniont to liriur thn t-lfects ol Ilium
& Ainon to Cairo.
P. D.iggy nnd Jno W. Turley, con
nected with thn land department of tho 1,
0. It. n, were In thn oily oslcrday.
Vi. K Fleming of tlin H irlington nnd
Missouri ltlver railroad, l (.topping at the
St. Charles holul.
A largo number of ou. citizens fol
lowed the remtlns of . I. S. Divls yester
day afternoon to the depjt.
Col. .luck Loonoyofbt. Louis, nnd ol
tho.itrictl lam, was in Cairo joUerday,
Messrs. llliiin an J Atno wer.j nr
rcted yesterday by thn United Suites
Marshal nnd confined in tho county jiil
for falling to gtvo the Iwit required of
them by their creditors.
Venison lia tievor been brought into
tho city moro plentifully than duritii: tho
No St. I.ouls papers oatno In on tho
train last uve'dng.
The Hlborn'an cleared over thrco
hundred dollars nt their tail on Tuesday
Wild ducks In abundance are now in
(?o to the Athen'eum to-night.
Tho weather was cold and unrle.ant
yesterday. A drlztling. sleeting ruin fell
at interval', and the streets were n mats
of mud. t
A rcfftijar pengor train will-bo
placed on tho ('. A- V. railroad this morn-
Tho Soldon Irwin combination troupe
will giro n grand ladles' matinee Saturday
afiurnoun. Lit nil taku tholr children.
Wo assuro them they will come away woll
Through nn Inadvortoncy, very slight
mention was mado in The Uullrtin of
Wednesday morning of tho toy tables at
the eoiroo on Tuclny night. Thcso ta
bles woro undor tho supervision of Mrs.
Thornton nnd Mrs. Gallghor, overytblng
on them nnd in tho room In which thoy
wcro placed having been selected nnd ar
ranged by theso two ladles. Tho tablos
contained n beau'.lful and costly selection
of silver waro ami tollot omaraonts from
Taber Bros., haudsomo toilet sets, jowul
caskets, etc., utc, from Schuh's; n bowlld
urlng variety of Christinas toys from Phil.
S.iups; everything that would tempt tie
oyo of tho young folks from Prsons,
Davis ,V Co.'s; similar contribu.
tlons from Mr. Carson ; the
wall of tho rooms vver-s ndorncd with fine
chwtuo, beautiful nll-pockits, etc., from
Mr. Horace ll.tnnon's, and a novelty In
the shape el' porcelain, heads of dogs, hor
, deer, nnd other animals from llri'tol
ind Silllel's. Mr. .tones of the National
Line, and Mr. Osborn, who kindly vaca
ted their offices Tuesday night for the use
of the ladies, excelled the great Job, in the
virte of patience. The ladies who pre
sided at the tablet, wcr Miss Alice I.ne,
Mii Annie Pitcher, Miss Katie Hagey,
Miss Lncrelia Wnlbridge, and Mi'f Eva
llurtnun. The tiy tables were a great
ucc4s. A larce amisuet of raonev was
inir, runninc recularly hereafter hctwwr. I u , i,v th Uiiti havicc the tables in
this city nad Vlneenncs. It will lre at ' .nrg. They were th novel feature of
S o'clock this morning and every morning j th CTJrf jac-eO tyond the ut-
nftcrwaira, and arrive be daily at : , aot nptatKns of their prejecters.
o'cloclfpvrn. Many haodome Christmas prsts fftro
Tho Gorman School ociety will give J during :fc evejilng.
a lmll on th" niaht ! tho th intant, , '
tho proceed, to U applied to the bened: of j. S.d a sitble prfBt
the Hlwol. Mrs. Mever. and .Vr Go, 1 !w tM S lWitti' "J "IM
man are eaiwj in iichei?. --
Hirry Ksinforth of tKe Ol.nnplc Kr.tr yoor ifcwrs gates shct
theatre, St. Lu!s. will atiusn the efcar- OsJly sprioj irom Uatley s.
Atuexeum Lat Nionr. In spite -f
tin in:lemency of thu weather a flno and
afprociitivo audioncn asiembbnl
to greet Mr & Mrs. Selden Irwin, and
Hirry Ktlnforlb, who ato acknowledged
ns th cleverest in their several specialties
"We can asiuro our reader that no moro
onjoyablo entertainment can bo found than
at tho Atheneum, during thn stay of this
talented combination. In prujenting to
the public tho dram entitled tho MaiUo
Heart, Mr. Irwin as Hiphnol, certainly,
established hltn'olf as un ftcti.r of mor
than ordinnry ability, and wo uiiut fiy
that his acting vws hotter thau wo Imvu
seen on tho boards of tho thuatres in tlio
larger cities. Mrs.Irwin as -Marco w.iscx-1
cellent, whilo tho Volngn of Mr. IWnforth
was tho best pioeo of charncter acting wo
havo yot scon on tho Cairo aUgc. Tho
character, though a difficult one, was h in
died with perfect ease, and plii'CJ
Mr. Ritnforth as a character nctor 'TMr
above those who lay claims to moro. The
other characters were all nbly represented
nnd the plc was produced In excellent
stylo. To.idtfht Kip Van Winkle, with
Mr. Hiinforth us "Rip," nnd tho other
characters by tho company, will bo pro
duced. Let everybody go. It will lm n
Wood pumps, .rtep ladders, skirt and
bread board at Hnlley's. 1'J.lO-lm
Whal is nttroiiiu? LUor.illy, nn blood
Tho blood, which is tho life, become im
poverished by diiew, thn Mightn't exer
tion wearies us; ono feel no energy what
ever; universal lassitudu seems to prevail;
many becomo so wretched as ulimiet to
prefer dcith to lifj. Thu romedy for all
thin is simple; tW diseased matter muil
be extracted from the Idood nnd carried out
from tho body. Tlio kidneys will do alt
this If only tho right stimulant ha given
to them. Parker's Compound Fluid Ex
tract of Ilucliu has done wonders in jn.t
such cases. l.(t tho ulll-ctol try it. For
sale by all druggiti everywhere.
Pianos and Ok'uans, E. & W. lluler
aro tho only agent that keep pbino and
organs In stock in Southern IllinuN. Thoy
koep dllPjrent mtkes, Knabo's, Iliuor's,
etc., C.ill and cxamino the instruments, as
they aro of tho bot In tho countrv.
Tiicirropressible J K, Lufklnof Anra,
Illinoi, has co mo tn Cairo nnd opened n
first-class croiory nnd provision storo on
C immorml avenuo betvcon 17th and 18th
st.'eels. Hu Is a gentlemanly and accom
modating business man, who is thoroughly
reliablo and doals upon tho square with
his pitrons. C.tll and sco him. It'
A vine lot of box stovoa for churches
and school-houses, cheap nt Halluy's.
CusttsTMAs Party. A grand party
will be given at the St. Charles hotel on
Wednesday evening, Djc. 23, under tho
auspices of tho Qui Vive Coterio. Danc
ing will commenco nt hulf-pnst eight
o'clock. Tickets 2.
Election Notice. Tho annual meet
ing of the stock-holdors of tho City Nt
ttonal bank lor tho olection of soven di
rector will be held at tho Hank, Tuesday,
January 14, 1B73. Poll open from 10
o'cliKjk a.m. to 2 o'clock p.m.
A.U. Sawoiii), Cashior.
Cairo, Decv10, 1872. 12.10-td.
Notice Is hcrebv given that I wilt
pay no bills fur goods loll to any of the
employes or TukCaiko Hullktin, ( liber
for themselves or for The Uulletin of-
tlce, unless tho same U sold on an uidur
signed by Mr. Butnett or myself.
John 11. OiiEHLY.
W suppose everyone know that E. &
W. Buder aro tho largest manufacturers
In the Jawelry lino in tho city. If you
want to have something nicely made give
them a call.
ii9sr. un svKniiii;ioii uvenue, on
Tuetday evening, a sewing machine gath
tirer and tucker. Thu finder is requested
lo return the tame to Untie Connoly, it
tUT of Kip Van Wink'e at the tbe
Daum to-nlcht. to thi ill he teM.n i
Irwin's bonofi' night, t? boue shoe'd l-e '
crowde-t. It is said that ILs In forth is tt
gnol as Joe Jefferson. Go and see him.
Ciptain J. It. Corlett, formerly com
minder of tho steamer St. Joeph, but
IstMy of tjio Emma C. Elliott, fell dod or
apoplexy, on the last down trip of hi boat.
Thn toil fatality occurred near Fulton,
Tennessee, and was due, in pirl, probably,
to tho excitement mid niix'cty caued by
the steamer having been ng'ound for some
dflvs. Tho remains were sent to .Nash
ville, where Captain Corbett'a family re
sides, for interment.
LkIIcs will tl ml nt Uurgor'i", 144 Com
mercial iiwiiue, fancy goods of nil kinds,
selected with o'pecinl reference to tho hol
iday season; men and boys will 11 ml all
kinds of boots nnd !ioo., nnd I id ion' nnd
mlses' shoes that will givo perfect sntis,
faction. Mr. Ilurger hus-ulso dress goods
shawl", skirt, fun of nil kinds tuch us
mink', e thics, etc.; all now, just received
trom the. U't, nnd now buing sold at vory
low prices at Ugure s n-ducod to meet thu
demands of lliu holiday trade, so that the
nimble penny may li.- turned inttcud of
tho elow dollar. Call und see for your-
Sewing machini) (hidings of every
kind, such its needle", oil, hpriugs, shullels
bobbins, sxstnri1, t'ick-iiiiirkurs, cordcrs,
heiumer', oil can, fcrew driverwrenclu-s
und nil ditlkult port if thu inncluno
that war out. Also "wlf-'ictlng rufllers,
tlni best in use. All kinds ol umcuinei ru
piiire'd,' Persons nt a di-lalico can ndjut
the m'ichlni) from tho H ind, pack it in ,n
box or basket and send by i xprn-s. All
wor warnintod. .1. (!. Cahaon,
10(1 Commcri'lul avunue, butweeii Ninth
aid Tenth -treets. l'.'-15 tin.
Oen. K. F Wiuslow, onu of thi con
traetor of the Cairo und Vincenne. rail
road, has been appointed general manager
of tho road. General Window has enter
ol upon thi duties of his oilice, and has
appointed John L Jr.uf Cirmi, Illinoi,
supurintondont, and Charlej O. Wood, of
this city, axl.tant siiperlulonileiit. Mr,
WooJi' lieadquarters will lm In this city,
The uppuintmetit will meul tho cordial
apprxb itioii of tho pixipln of Cairo. Colo'
nol Wood during his reMilenco here, has
mado ninny warm friend, nil of whom
will welcome thu uliuotiiicoiiiont, that lie
Is to remain among u.
Toys, notions nnd fancy goods. Tho
best and cheapest placu to get your tos
and fancy goods, U on Commercial ave
nue, between Ninth ut.d Tuiith ftrcot
No, loO, us wo keep toys tho year rounJ
and soil at regular price. Wo are jut in
receipt of u new nnd frc.h lot nf goods,
mnoiig which is u llnu ntsortmunt of
Christmas treu ornaments, which wo sell
to churches und otl t-r Institutions at coit
prices. .1.0. C.vutoN,
No. ICiD, Commercial avenue, between
Ninth nnd Tenth streets.
ClilUSTM AS.and at No ,TJ Klghlli Micct,lt n
i-oiiipleto stoekof Uolitl.iy gooiU In tliu fol
lowing Ilm: (Iroei'i'li's l'l nits mill Toys
soineiT wld h are London I.iyor uinl feed
Ics ril-liH. i into eiirrenls ellron, wect and
holled elder, :ip;-le hutter, mince meat, ap
ple', oranges leliioii, iljcimit'-iiiid caudie,
(mixed I iy oiii'selveii; kate from coiawoii
TIIKC.A- V. K.K.
ANNOUNCEMENT OK OFKICEKa..
Ir.'you want to get a piano, organ, or
any othor musical Instrument, for a
Ohristmu or Now Year's gift, you can
find them at E. & W. B'tdnr'i.
STOP AND KiSAD!
QOODNVS FOR EVERYBODY J' 2
' ft t t'ira,M-
WsMlsmal sm Hall
Has on hm1 at all tw,'Retjljle, FrulVf,
Butter nw "Wi "'
Honey, T(iocAt' "Pruits, Ktc, Ktc.
rVM goods Wnrrantcd Frcjli, and hoM
S. II. Parcels delivered to any part of the
city to Customer. "
west sint: commercial avk., betwkun
17th AND 18ltl HTIlKETf.
li.:Vf CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
OAIHO AND PADUCAII
ft Ml, nssAT.
T."f jln.liil timrr
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leave- I'alro IA11.Y. (.Sunday excepted), nl
t p.m. For freight orpaasareapplvon hoaii.
or to Jas. Malloky, Ag't.
A place whore you can buy as touch for
OILsT El DOLLAR
a you can elsewhere for
ONK DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
BARCLAY BROTHERS, '
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Coal ihovols, tongs und buckets,
anytblus; also you want at Ualley't.
New York chlh. Toy lled-lead.. Wazon.
Cait, I't'iMinhulitorn, Wliei-lharrown and
lloliliy II iff., CillUii nlu and ollieivCamieil
I'iiiIi-il the ln-t lirand-, lit largo varlel),
Cjiiih-iI I'Uli. Kittled gnii'l. Shaker I're-
i rve mid ilelllt-. ! Irework. ee etc, at
We yestiay runeivud the following
from Col. Wood, istaiitupHrlntemliit
f thu 0. and V. il. It, wulch wo cheer
fully iiunrt in our I'oluim,. ;
.1. 11, Ouki'ily, K-q, Ditur Kir: In
your iiiuo of To. iay last, In sp,k,n 'of
the englneor under who.- hUiorvi.l ,n tlni
Cairo and Viiaenu s 11 tilroad wat built
ou gavo I U nnine i - Jtd. Mr. Heed Is
a celebtnli'd rnuine r. now In cliargo ol
the i Ml.i.t,, Cei.'r.l railroad. bu it I.
Col. K. C. HIch, formerly cli ef engi neer
of the Ohio and Muslmppl ruilroul, the
Vandali't and o her roadt, whodeivrvis
the creJit of IHi-g the uhiif nnlnncr ol
the C. and V H, H. Pluus-i make thti
correction and oblige,
Your truly otc ,
Cuas. O. Wood, Ant. Supt,
The following circulars have been is-ut-d
The pojse.-i-lon of the Cairo and Vincenne
railroad, lining been delivered to tlie com
panv bv the contractor., Mewr. WililoW
umlU li ou. (Jen. K. F. Vlnlow U hereby
appointed general manager ol' thu road for
the lime being, with all ttiu powers and au
thority Incident to thu position.
igliedl A. K. UL'KNSIDH,
President C. Jc V. It. IL.Co.
CStnO AXD VINCEN-NKS II. K. COMPAXY CIU.
The nndcrivned hereby asMimcs charge
oftlio (jilroainl Viiiceilties railroad and uu
uounceit tlie lollowimr apiiolutmeuts : Jno.
I.ee. Jr.. Miner iitendent. Club. U. Wood,
rl.......ll 'L' I. It-..a.m,.
LCIfjtlVUJ, A, K , If .,91,... ,
Bkst cooking stuve.-s in tho market ut
A. II alley's, No. ICS, Washington avenuo.
HIVE 11 iNEWS.
Steamer Alaska, Cincinnati
' Ada Huilin in, Kvanfvlllo
Continen'al, Now Orleans
" Tyrone, retirement
" lnu Firk, Jr, Paducah
" Illinois, Columbus
Stcamtr Alaska, Now Orleans
' P.iylona, Now Orleans
" Mary Miller, Memphis
" Tyrone, Evnnsville
' .Inn Fiik. Jr, Paducuh
" Illinois, Co'uiubuK
" lielloof Fike, Meliipdlii
CONDITION 0t THE IUVEIIS.
Tho Ohio is still on thu rise at this port
with n fair channel to Evnnsville. Above
I.ouisvillu tho icu is su heavy that tiaviga
tlon is unsafe, Thn Kanawha is still
frozon over. A rlsu Is not expected nl
l'ituburg until next month. Thero Is still
flvu suet reported at Point Pleasant, nnd
nothing aground. Thu Mississippi river
remains urinnvlgablo nnd full of ico.
Special dispatches to The Bulletin
report tho condition of tho Ohio und Mis
sltaippi rivcrf at various places.
Thu many friunds of Captain Corbet of
tho Emma O. Elliott will bo shocked to
hear of ids sudden death by a stroko of
apoplixy. All steamers In port had their
flags nt half mint in token of memory.
11UsINE!)S AMI) WEATHER.
Business on tho lovoo was not vory
brisk on tho landings yestorday owing to
tho bud weather which svas rainy and dis
agreeable. Thu Alaska ami barges arrived from
Casey villa wheroth"y Imvu been aground)
und laid up foruveral weeks. Shustuyed
hero several hours trnntferring, Hnd got
away yesterday morning.
Tho Puytona cleared for New Orloans
early yosto'diiy morning with her thrco
bargent loaded to tl o water.
Tho threu barges which tho .Mohawk
took out, contained eighteen hundred tons
Tho .Mary .Miller iirrived from tho Ohio
with tho freight of tho H. 0. Young, nnd
left nflor dinner with a good trip.
Tho Continental with a barge In tow
ciiinu up from bulow bringing hardly any
freight, mid will go to tho bank.
Thu Ada llcilim.ii from Evatisvlllo
brought in u hig trip,
The Mltchull serither Evansvillo freight
up on tho licilmim nnd will lay up fur thu
Thu tnwbont Wild Cat with a barge in
low starteil to tit Louis, but had been gone
but a few hours when elm roturnud and
gave the job up.
Ciipt. P. H lVgram tiikes'command of
his fliiu steamer James. Howard on lior
Tho UoxUr will commenco loading for
Now Orleans In a day or two,
Tho Commonwealth has finished up hor
cargo, Mid it was expected sho would lenvu
last night, but probably may huvo boon
ui-iaincd by bad weather.
Thu IJull'i of I'iko gut away for Mem
phis with a good tiip of freight und poo.
The tug Flora is running between here
nnd Mound City under tho command of
Capt. Baudusky, and U doing a big bull.
JOHN B. PHLU3 SON,
in---.,t t John H. I'liUli',)
DKALKR5 IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Mcnl, J3ran, &c,
Cos. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEV I.
DEALER 1 1ST LIME
Ckmekt, Plaster Paris,
PLASTERER'S II A I R,
.SO. Tl OHIO LEVEE, UNDER CITY NATION
tSTor tho purpose of building up a
wholei. lc trade In Cairo, I will oell to deal
ers and contractors in lota of 'M harrcla and
upward, at manufacturing prices adding
Cairo. AilLHt 13. 1R72.
Tho undersigned would reopoctfully In
form tho public that they havo fitted their
now storo house ou Eighth street with the
ilnost and best assorted stock of
general merchandise uvor buforo brought
to this tnnrkot, atid ln( order
to socuru a largo portion of tho pntronngo
of tho public, .
WK ARE DETEHMINK1) TO SELL
OUU(JOOD.S AT LOWER
any oriiiiR larAH-
LISHMKNT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock ii entirely now, and
bought expre.!y for tho coming fall and
winter trado of this locality, and consists
i of Ladies, Oeals nnd Children'
BOOTS 3c SHOES,
HATS fie CAPS.
And nil othor article to bo found in a
Aral class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. Wo enll esppclul attention to our largo
assortment of dress good, shawls and
cloaks, which department In complete in
nil lUdetalls. Ourstock of
Blum & Amsox.
Oo Kluhtli Htret, beiwtoa Commercial and Wash
rixlon ATnuca. Is ilml'v risiaf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATENT TALL AlfD WI5TKH (STTLE8,
itrsi-ie a lull line of
BOWKET8 2s HATS
lTrimmo.1 and untrimmed,
h'HF.NOll FI.OWEK3. RIBBoNd, TR1MMINGH
of nil Eiadr, Laces, etc., etc.
Sir. McOee has also
I'aiict Articles, such ax
a larg asorlmnt o
XKCK Tl.y. COLLAKS, UNHKHHLEEVE8,
An1 all niher articles usually found in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOee, In addition to her mock of
Fancy nnd Millinery Goods, hasn rJnonc and
complete a.Hirtmcut of Cincinnati Custom
Made l.udie' and Mlsi.es' ijhoea and C'hll
drens' llootK, lllack and in Colors. Thee
are acknowledged to be the Uncut and best
Shoes in the market, and this is the only
place in the city that makes them a specialty.
TO THE IFTJBIiilC.
Anticipating a decline In prices of
of all kinds and deslrou that our cus
tomer should know we are determined
to cam' out our promises of cheap printing
wc feel it our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
believing that a steady fucreaw of business
will be an eoulvulent.
With our long experience in business and
together with our advantages lu the
purchase and selection of Mock, out
cin-lomeni may rent assured we will try
to merit a continuance of their very liberal
patronage. We invite your attention to the
following revised list of
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on good 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cordlngtoslzo perM SI 60to0 60. Forother
qualities add the difference In tho cost of the
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill nil
orders on the shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material j his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
he invites the patronage of
the public. lMM 3m,
UgYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One 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
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
on 14 lb nancr. Flat Can or same r
Folio Font, perM (M utftod 00; por one'
M (i !0 to a 60.
POSTE JEOt S
full sheet, half sheet, quarter sheet, elxhth
sheet and sixteenth sheet at from $3 00 to
'0) 00 per M.
Ily a careful examination ol tho above list
our patrons will flud that our
per M f." 00to7 00, according to site nnd
quality of paper; peroiie-halfM 00to4 00.
ou ordiuary size per M $4 OOtoS 60. accord
ing to style and quality. Commercial per M
i riOto-'i 60.
rr M. acenrdiug to size and weight, tb OOto
7 00: per one-half M, according to slse and
weight, 3 OOtot 00.
per M W OOtol 00, according to ordr.
urnlsuvd retail at wbolaule urtiei. Chsjft
or DrlAtUf, M OOtol llfsrsf,
Mayoii'h omcr. )
CAtno, Ills,, December 0, Jb72. J
Public notice Is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held
ON TUESDAY, Tllst 7n! KAY OK JANUARY
A. V. 187-1,
In the city of Cairo, in the State or Illinois,
for the puriose or determining the question
as to whether said city or Cairo shall become
incorporated under the net or the general
uiHcmhly of this state, entitled " An act to
provide for tle Incorporation of eltlea and
Ullages." approved April 10th, 187:!, In force
duly 1st. 1H72; and alo, at tho same time
there will be submitted for adoption or rejec
tion, tho question ol "minority representa
tion" In the city council, or legislative au
thority ol xald city;
For thopurpoMi or said election, said city
or Cairo has been divided Into two election
districts, the one or .which comprises nil the
territory in said city, south ami east or thu
ccntcrllnc of Twelfth strcctextendedto the
Ohio and Mllslppi rivers, and the place of
voting, in said dbti let. will bo the Hough and
Ready englne-hou'-c; the other district com
prises all the territory in Haidcity, north and
west of bald line extended as atorei-aid, and
the place or voting therein will be the court
hoiiHe, Ily order ol the city council.
ioiin m. L.ANNDEN, -Mayor,
'Cairo Dally Sun' nnd
Sealed nronoxala will be received at the (
Clcrk'a ofllee until 7) p.m. or Frldav, the IMlth
day of December, A. I)., 187'.', for rurnishing
thu matcrialn or doing the work, or both, for
tho reconstruction or renewal ol the follow
ing described sidewalks, viz. i On tho a-mth
side of Nineteenth street fiom l'oplur street
to Commercial avenuo ; ou the nrrtb sldo ol
Twentieth street from Ohio levee to Walnut
htrect: on tho south of Twentieth street
from Ohio levee to Washington avenuo; on
both sldeM of Poplar street from Kighteenth
street to Division ntnset; on thu south side
of Division street; und on north sldu or Cen
Said proposals shall bo directed to thu City
Council, nnd will be opened nt u Joint meet
ing or the Council ut the time above named.
All proposal shall be mado In accordance
with thu provision, requirements und sped
tieatlona or ordluance No. 32, approved Sep
tember III, A. I)., 1872, which ordinance Is
now on tile In my nflicc, subject to examinn
tlon at any time.
Tim city reserves tho right to reject any
or all bids,
M, J. Howi.ky,
Cairo, Ilia., Dec. 0, 1872. City Clei k.
Corner Twenty-tcoud street
SUPERIOR HTEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at tlie lowest marke
price. Also a good article or
QO"W El BID
Vory obeap. Leave order at UALLIDAV
UROTUUUJ, or apply at Ue ulU.
Hotuil and J'roacnpUou,
Corner Washington Ave.
and riuhth cltt-et.
Ol ehuiio and rabbit kln,
tvf to eak liHii.f,
At IIAltCLAY I1RO.S.
I'll LOU ATK
Hj oui; IHUOAT.
l'i"liirid uini -iiM
Mt IIAKCLAV MRflS
i TTI.r. AIRUICINES
nd l'l.iifi-.-tarii lor ""table-.
At IIAHCLAY RRO.S.
Ait "1 iilwoiMl Standard."
Ai IIAROLAY HROrt.
NEW Q-OOIDS JUST KEOEIYED1
i;t TO THE
CITY BOOT AND SHOE STOKE. "
Mil. A . BLACK,
Having enlarged und handsomely refitted his store, now otters to the public, lh fluet aud
probably the largest and moil complete stock or Ikiuti aud Shoes in the city; to which ho
Imltes the carclul inspection of every boot und shoe wearer, guaranteeing to please ev
ery one lu regard to price and style.
Illi stock which Is Ju-t received Is complete In every department: offering to the
trade a better line of goods than ever before, with many inducemeuti lu regard to price
to the purchaser.
FOE, THE HOLIDAYS.
He has ou hand a tine line of children's shoes of every style, quality aud color, coa
PEARL CUKIt, FRENCH KID,
BUTTONED TAMPIEU, FOXED POLISH, ETC.
Ho partlciilarlv calls attention to his haudsome line ol Ladies' and Misses' shoes and
slippers, lu which he has always had tlie reputation of excclliti!:; Is tho finest and mo-t com
plete h has ever hid, con-l-tlng of every quality, style anil cut appropriate for tho com
tort ol this season
Also, the large stock of gentlemen'-, youths' and boys' boots', which Mr. ttlack prldea
hlmclf Is the tlnet selection lu the city, and enable him to supply a want Ion felt by
the gentlemen in tills city, thu ability to purchase a custom nude boot or shoo for about
one half price paid to -city shoemakers. No gentleman wanting a line fitting custom
made boot, either nude to measure or from store, .should fail to ace his stock.
tfSyMr. Black, is the bole agent for Messru. Brolaski k Co., whose good be
keeps only, and lie wurrauts every pair.
CORNER EIGHTH STREET AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
-November 18. 1872.
Ou the corner of 12th street and Washington
avenue, oppositu llulletlu oilier.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 187'2.
Tuition from i'l to Z'iu per term.
IN CLASSES OP 1 TO 1 EACH.
No pains will be (.pared to make It
to all concerned,
N. P. CURTIUE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
J. M. RODENBAUQH,
Teacher of Wlrd and String Ins'runietits.
(8co circular,) 1M4 tf.
II. M. HULEN,
M E R C II A N I I S E B H O K E II ,
. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Purchasing lor .Merchants a speciality
Ofllcet 110 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
HGTRcforoncfs Cairo Merchants,
II. T. UEllOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(Ut fitter's ana J'lumbr' material, Wood
Iinmr , lnl, ami analn vslr.s, stop
tuo iukst ra
lulta Hrotliera 1'Ktetit Urr UssUxUr
4rnl UurnuiiUHe, Wells a Co'a Automatic Watfll
tudkiatnr and Supply Valve for stvam nollfiu
MTKWa I1LO0K, O0MMKBOUATP '
J. 0. H U ELS ,
Late of HI. Louis.
HOOK HINDER XND BLANK BOOK
Comer Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
BLANK BOOKS of every description dorse
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
-...It...- .1...... .I.,,. fllt,lit Mi.kli.
I llliiin in-ill' ... -, w.u u-. v.
Jlairazines und Periodicals bound neat and
at the lowest possible l utes.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
Fee Book", Blanks, etc., mado a ipeclallty
Boxes, Pocket Books, Knvclopex, etc.,
made to p"'r. 1134 tf.
UKTWIBM WAiiU'N AVKNUB AND WAtNUI
Dr. D. K, FlnlJt Informs las publlo that be has
L J V H H Y STABLE,
ou the northwest side of Tcolb strarl as nae
Ills Bullet will bo furnlstiod with none but the-
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may bo accommodated at 1
hours of tho day aud uight with sure team
on tho lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by fulr dealing
and strict attention to business.
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
IP I IN" T 3333,
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain nd ornamental.
Particular attenUon paid to Glass Olldlna
Orders solicited for Hceoery, Fresco and
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Otlt, plum and ornamental. All work I
trvtod to my cure will be prompily tU
OonaerelU trvame and sSLgiukHmt.