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iiUrmiBfic ojithr Cairo and Vin-
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advati!f tkeSt. Louis, Gn-
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markets, otc., from Chicago,
New York, St..LouUNew Or
leans, Memphis, and all other
points of interest.
The Bulletin is furnished
news-dealers daily t 3 cents
per copy, payable weekly ; and
to subscribers by mail at $10
per year, payable in advance.
, A riMi lot of boa stove for chut che
and scbool-houies, cheap at Halley'i.
On bombs worn turn Moiidam. The
finest in Cairo at ?fc6ma' photograph gal
The annual communication of
Cairo4 Lodge, No. 187, .A. F. A.
will be held on Monday' evening, Decem
ber 23; every ember is requested to be
present, as., business of importance will,
come Wore the ledge. '
i B.F.sUaki, Secretary.
W .mB;j lie everyone know that E. &
W. BMMr ar"rt larjrestmanufecturers
in the 'jMNdr lis in the- city If you
want to have laiathiag nicely made giro
Coaxi ibovels, toaga aad.buckots, and
anything else you want at Bailey's.
CnamMaa PauavTa. The largest
nuortanent of the above can bo found at
2. ft W.BadeVt, corner of 'Eighth street
aad "Washington avenue, coniiitinng of
the Inest watchee, eola of jewelry, illvor
and plated ware, ringa of every descrip
tion opera 'chains, necklaces, gold and
ivory headed canes, bracelet!, clocks,
spoons, and in fact everything that can
bo called for in a jewelry storo. They
keep the largest stock in their line in
Klktiom Noiicb. The annual meet
ing of the stock-holders of the Olty Na
tional bank for tha election of seven di
rectors will ha held at the Bank, Tuesday,
January 14, 1173. Foils open from 10
o'clock a.m. to 2 o'clock p.m.
A.B. Safiobd, Cashier.
Cairo, Dae. 10, 18T1. 12.10-td.
-Kcir kin mind until the holidays are
over, that at J. E. Lufkin's, east side of
Commercial avenue between Seventeenth
and Eighteenth streets, can be had splen
did mincemeat at 20c per pound, ,cran
barrioa, pure sweet cider at 40c a gallon,
olives, pickles, raisins, flour aud meal
Give hima call. H.'-l-2t
Fob Six. Several fonts of Job Type,
latest styles, in good order, suitable for a
Country Office Apply at the office of
Wood pumps, step ladders, skirt and
bread Wards at Hallty's. 12-19-lm
Ir you want te'lnd'e soluble present
for anybody, call at Boders', aad you will
Couktt Coubt F. Bross, Judge; S.
Merchlldon and J. K.McCrile, Associates;
December term. A. H. lrvin, collector of
tha revenue of Alexander county, pre
sented to the court bis bond In tha sum of
2G3,C0O, with -Win. P. Halllday, Alfred
R. Saffbrd and Robert II. Cunningham as
securities. Bond approved.
In rotation to the Cairo and Vinconnts
railroad and the trustees, S. Staats Taylor,
A. B. Saffbrd and Paul U. Scbub, ap
pointed by this court to hold the bonds it
sued to the Cairo and Vinceanea
railroad, the receipt of E. F. Wins
low, attorney in fact of the Cairo and Yin
ten no Railroad Company, setting forth
that he had received of S. Staats Taylor
A. B. Saffbrd and Paul G. Scbub, trus
tees, ninety-five bonds for ono thousand
each, dated July 1st, 1872, said bonds be
ing in full for subscription to tha capital
stock of the Caiio and Vlncennes railroad
of ono hundred thouiand dollars, was
filed and recorded.
The bond of Henry Planet, in tho sum
of $2,000, as contractor for sustaining the
paupers at tho poor farm, was approved.
James P. Camaron supervisor of road
district No. 0, and Henry Planet, super
visor of district No 8, filed their reports,
which were severally approved, as also was
the report of T. Jones, of d (strict No. 7.
The bond of John C. White, county su
perintendent of public schools, was ap
proved and filed.
A citation was ordered against N. Hun
secker, lata county treasurer, to settla the
amount deposited in his hands by Louts
Houck, for. swamp lands, and heretofore
ordered io be refunded to said Houck.
Pilxoe amd OiWANa. E. & W. Budor
are tha only agent that keep pianos aad
organs In stock in Southern Illinois. They
keep different makes, Knabo's, Bauer's
otc. Call and examine the Instruments, as
they are of tho but in tho country.
Paoavra Count Judge Bross presi
ding. Id tha matter of tha estate of Syl-
vettor Wobster, report examined, ap
proved and ordored recorded.
In tbo matter of the guardianship of
Marion West, minor heir of Andrew
West,deceased, report oxainlned, approved
and ordered on record.
In the matter of tho guardianship of
Benjamin R., and Anna Qlbson, minor
heirs of John P. Gibson, petition und
bond approved and ordered recorded, and
further ordored that letters of guardian
ship issuo to. John Cannon.
Wm.U'Callaban vs.tPatrlck Mocklor,
administrator of tbo estate of Timothy
Crowley, doceasod, proof hoard aud judg
ment rendered against the aetata in the
sum of fifty-six dollars, in favor of the
plaintiff to bo paid as sevuntb class claims,
Ir you want to get a piano, organ, or
any other musical instrument, for a
Christmas "or New Year's gift, you can
find them at E. t W, Buder's.
Go and see those boautilul chromos at
Thomas', they are tha finest in Cairo. He
makes the bast that are made in Cairo, and
guarantees satisfaction in all cases. Call
and see samples of his work at his gallery
corner Eighth street and Commercial ave
Atmbnbum. Another good house
greeted the Irwin Combination last night,
on whloh occasion was presented Bouci
cault's sensational drama of the Octoroon,
and which was produced in flno style.
Mrs Irwin, as Zoa the Octoroon girl tha
heroine impersonated the character of
the meek and lowly slave child true to na
ture. Mr. Irwin as Jacob M'Cloekoy the
hardened overseer was most excellent,
and displayed natural and easy acting,
witnout ranting, as is often tne case in ac
tors representing such characters. The
Pete of Monte Hernandez, and Scudder
of Calder were the mirth-provoking ele
ments of the play. We are pleased to
state that this excellent company and it
certainly is the best which haa yet visited
ui will remain one week longer, and on
Monday evening will be presented the
beautiful comedy of Our American Cousin
and the farce of the Maid ol Munster.
We have been requested by many to ask
for a repetition of tha beautiful drama of
the Marble Heart, which was rendered in
so elegant a manner on Thursday last.
Tbb irrepressible J. E. Lufkln of Anna,
Illinois, ha come to Cairo and opened a
first-class grocery and provision store on
Commercial avenue between 17th and 18th
streets. He is a gentlemanly and accom
modating business man, who is thoroughly
reliable aad deals upon the square with
hla ajatroM. QaU and see him. 4t
CHHI3TM AS.and at No'32 Eighth street,! a
complete stock of Holiday goods in the rbl
lowing Unes t Groceries, Fruits and Toys,
some of wul'b are London layer and seed
r5u!f l"U). currents, citron, sweet and
boiled cider, apple butter, tnincu meat, ap
ides, oranges', lemons, figs, nuu and candles,
(mUed by ourselves); skates from voinmon
Mabby Bones. California and other Canned
wmn eivm sen urenus, in large Variety
Caused Fish. Bottled iroodi. Hhikr iri
serves and Jellies. Fireworks, etc., etc., at
BaaTicaokiag stovee la the market at
A. Halley'a, No. l8r Washington avenue.
Tbero was no police business yester
day. Ice, which hoi been formod along tbo'
rivor banks, was making its way down
South, in the Ohio to-day.
Twelve flat-boats are now anchored at
our wharf, laden with produce for Southern
r-Tho editors of this congressional dis
trict, will moot in convention, at this plnca
Mr. Thayer preaches tbo funeral ser
mon of J.S.Davis, in tho Presbyterian
The lax book is now ready U deliver
to tbo collector of revenue, and be will
shortly proceed to business. Get your
The firm of Thomas & Alden has boon
dissolved, Mr. Alden retiring. The busi
ness will be conducted by Mr. Thomas,
who will settle the business of the old firm,
The "cunnin'est'i little shoes to fit the
dolltes for Christmas, just arrived at
Elliott. & Haytboin's cheap. Also a full
supply of gent's and ladles' cork
soles. t lw
Jessio W. Fell, of Bloomington, Illin
ois, who is a large land-owner In Southern
Illinois, was in the city yesterday.
The steamor Illinois had considerable
trouble in making tho trip from Columbus
to Cairo yesterday, on account of the
heavy ice in the river.
The weather was as cold as Green
land's icy mountains, yesterday, a re
mark marked by a degree of originality
that gives the He lcthe trjto platitude
that tbero Is nothing new under tha sun.
J. R. Cunningham, of the express sta
bios, has purchased Judge Groen's fine
horse at a big price, to run in his Cairo
and Yincennes railroad hack.
Messrs. Overton and Steele of Hick
man, Ky., bayo purchased tho stornwlieol
steamer Glasgow, and have placod her In
Cairo & Hickman trade. Sho wlllmake.tbe
connection with the Nashville and North-
westorn railroad. Oapt. Overton Is in
command. We wish tbem success.
We have heard it intimated that the
gentlemen of this city intend to make
New Year's calls, on the 1st of January,
1873. To make matters pleasant all
around, we will, if aent in to us during the
present week, publish tho names of aU
ladlss who intend to keep open house on
New Year's day.
The funeral sermon of tbo late Air.
S. Davis, will bo preached this morning
in tha Presbyterian church, by Rev. n. U.
mayor. The sermon, by request of the
friends, will be'publlshed in Tub Uullk-
tjx Tuotday morning. Extra copies may
be procured ut this ottieo. I.oavo orders
Toys, notions nnd'fancv toods. Tbo
best and, cheapest place to get your toys
aad fancy goods, Is on Commercial avo-
nuo, betweon ?Jnth and Tenth strcoti
No. 160, as we kwp toys the yosrronnl
and soil at regular' prices. We are just in
receipt of a new and fresh lot of (foods,
among which is fine assortroent:''of
Christmas tree ornaments, which .wo rail
to churches and otbw Institutions at .cost
PffcM. . ...... J. O. CaiuoW;
No. tlW, Commercial avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth stroett.
A negro named Janes, yesterday ap-
pneo; Br. Woods to attrWa frYstbl ball
frosa his cheek. The ball fas put there
by a shot by aaothar. negro, while' tho two
were on pie( steamer Smnsa C. Elliot, near
Colunibus, Kentucky, the ' assaulting
negro niado hit escape.
A certificate, snbHrtbed and sworn to
by Gen. E. T. Winslow, chief contractor,
and Col. Cbas. I. Wood, assistant, of the
u. vV. v. railroad, vetting fortb that on the
13th day of DeceraW, 19T4, a through
train passed over that road from Vln.
cennee to Cairo, and that tha road was In
good order, wa presented to our county
court last week.
-The Mllliken Bros., late of Paducab,
have removed to this city. This .new
firm brings with it tho good opinion of tho
people of Faducah; and already even
before they have got snugly into quarters
.among us they havo tho confldenco of all
our business men. Success to them, and
welcome to our small but "driving"' city.
Ex-Alderman Carroll Is hanging in
the fence, studying about the Pope pro
position. Ho is a groat admirer of that
gentleman, and knows he will make a
good mayor. If Popo is a candidnto for
Mayor, Carroll will undoubtedly bo an ad
vocate of Webb's claims to the city attor
neyship. Tbero will bo a sumptuous dinner
given by the ladles of the First Missionary
Baptist church, nt their church on Christ
mas day, with a festival. Tboy solicit
ladies and gontlomon who love good things
to glvo them a call, as this Is ther first
effort to pleaso the public who love tho
datnties of tbts world. There will bo a
finecako worth $12 drawn, with a gold
ring wprth $8. Dinner from 1 to i p.m.
Tickets SOcts., children 2Ccts. By order
of the committee.
Cunningham Is busy carrying passen
gers to and from tho Cairo and YInconnes
railroad depot. Ho Is already negotiating
for a $1,200 omnibus, and intends to bo tho
king 'busman of Cairo, when sho has ob
tained her &00,000 inhabitants. If his
prosont enterprise succeeds, bo will lose no
lime in putting down street railroads on
all tbo principal strcots of the city. He is
determined to hdlp tho pooplo get lroin
"point to point" in this city as rapidly as
tbo demnnds of business and travel require.
Lndles will find at Burger'sy 144 Com
mercial avenue, fancy goods of all kinds,
solectpd with oipccial roforenco to tbo hol
iday season ; men and boys will find all
kinds of boots and shoes, and ladles' and
misses' shoos that will give perfoct satis
faction. Mr. Burger has alio dress goods
shawls, skirts, furs of all kinds such as
minks, sables, otc; all new, just received
from the East, and now being sold at very
low prices at figures reduced to meet the
domands of tho holiday trudo, so tbnt tho
nlmblo penny may bo turned Instead of
tho slow dollar. Call and ecu for your
Sowing machlno findings of every
kind, such as noodle, oil, springs, shuttoU
bobbins, sastors, tuck-markurs, conlors,
hommuri, oil cans, tcrew drivers, wronchhs
and nil dillkult ports of the machine
that wnur out. Also soir-aetlnir millers,
the best In use. All kinds of inachinos re
pairod, Persons ut n distanco can adjust
tho mnchino from tho stand, puck It in a
box or laskot und send by express. All
J. C. Oakson
160 Commercial avenue, between Ninth
and Tenth streets. 12-15 1 In.
Bill Campliold, a colored gentleman
Irom the rural districts, came to town
yesterday with a lot ol' fur. He soon
found Andrew Johnson, colored, who vol
untoerod to assist him in tho sale of his
goods. Andy took tho package of skins
and bade' William follow him. Going
straight to a saloori; kept by Auati Tur
ner, Andy stepped in nt tho front ddor
and quickly made his exit out the back
way, loaving Bill to elbow his way through
the crowd of darkies. The unfortunate
William lost track, of. Andy, and up to
this time bus not succeeded In llnding
him. , ,
The Cairo delegates to the railroad
convention, at Paris, Tennessee, Messrs.
Hurd, Smith, (Dr.), Barclay,' Bross, and
Oberly, nuito iu praiso of tho hospitality
of tho good people of Paris, Tennessee.
General Atkins, Dr. Dickinson, and other
gentlemen of tho committeo, wero cour
teous and attentive. The delegation in
dulged in the good faro, furnished by
"mine host," Carter, of Cartor's hotel.
They tared suniptuosly, but tho cold
breezes had a depressing effect upon thorn,
But in the fact that they contributed by
their presence at tho convention, to'lnaug
urate a movement that will give, Cairo
another and valuable railroad, they lilid
consolation. They would frcozo again to
advanco tho ontorprlio.
Caiiio, Ills., Dec. 20, 1872.
DKAit Siu :-lterewith 1 hand vou bill
lading for your inspection for lOabuireU.of
Hour from Mr. D. iletter, Vleuna, 'Illinois.
I hW Is the first car loud of Hour over the
usiro Hud VlncenncH railroad and will be In
Wo placo tbo abovo in our columns as
tho rocord of un important event In tho
history of tho progress of Cairo.
It may not appear' to, the reader
to to of great moment, but yens
after this the curious searcher throughtho
lies of tho Cairo papers' will road Mr.
Cuhl's noto not without interest,, und
from it draw, information which
may appear in . this sbano in ithe columns
of Tub Bulletin, Issued Vn tho morning
of the 20th of Ducomber, A. D.11972, by
John 11. Oberlytbo gTond-ion of the pres
ent proprietor, and be road by its at least
100,000 subscribers: "Tho first carWd ol
flour over tbo Cairo and Vlncennes
railroad was rocolved in Cairo on tbo 20th
of December, .1872;, and now thousands of
barrels nro recclvod every day. Yester
day tho famous Hour dealer, Jumos Ham
bleton, (whose groat-grand-fathor was tbu
well-known Win. II. Hambleton), corner
of Casey avenue and .Thornton slroot,
Twenty-secnnd Ward, formerly tbo village
of Mound Cltyi 'receives thousand bar
rels over this road alone. If thoold-tlme
Callages wore living to-day. they would
open their oyos with astonishment while
looking upon this city, which has ad vancod
with such murvolously rapld strides to tho
rank of tho greatest olty ,of jhe repute,
embracing asjt dos.the Western Hemi's.
and most complete -.stock of
Furs e&r brmilio&iro
consisting of Mink, Squirrel:
and other vnviotics, nil of
which nve ollbrcd at great bar-
a j .a S-t.ul
gams lOTAJWnojLHiays. vim
WoYM&r 13-22 3t.
, jail' ' f'Jj"'V
v' Wsiseo any V ouatroit.MinYiri
of jBmsAttWBjKme raen, younjl in
year Ws'whJveypwl ihelr summor
ore ItWMeiift- lisftm.lowmby, various
UetCfcoitleuf Pirkeft Compound Fluid
Extract BaMU, and we stake our reputa
tion on It, Vou wlN And If" friend in
nood." sin no more, least a worio thing
come unto thoo; tako tho tnediclno faith
fully, and you will bo ropald by u full re
storation of your prlstime vigor. Korsalo,
C.& V. HA?K3.
Mr. J. R. Cunningham's popular ox
press wagons and passenger hack will
conuoct with cvory outgoing mid incom
ing train" tn tho Oujro and j Ylijconncs
railroad, cdnvoylhg t" hnd from "tho depot
to or from uny placo la tbo city both pas
sengors and baggage. Orders loft nt 85
Commercial ayenuo, or sent through tho
mall, will bo promptly responded to.
Arrlvos from Mound City at 7:30 a in
Leaves for Tunnel.at.,.M,, ...8:00 lit
Arrlvos from Tunnel GC.,..'.jj..7:00 p m
Loaves fcr Mound City at 7:30 p tn
Uucks willlcavo 85 Commercial uvetiue,
corner of Sixth street, at 7 a (in. und C
p. in. 13-'.'2tf.
Such is lifo. But yciterday wo walked
the streets In all the prido and glory of
ourioiinhood, ; To-day", frona tho tremb
ling Litck of his epizootic Pegasus, tbo
"pbilnn tropic poot,Aghalativo." rends to n
sympathetic public our epitaph. How sad I
Our germ hath been developed our
opltaph waits, und yet wo hcslUto to take
water, although tho "Styx of Erebus" no
toriety Is surely warm and buoyant. Wo
hesitate only because wo wish to sny ono
word to our dear Christian friend, "Aglml
ativo'ip'.'tho mildcsTnannorodinfl that
eveVlculilod shlpVr cut a'thrdftf'." "You
say, blltbo Aghalativo, wo "onhnnccd the
valuo" of your masterly sarcastic effusion
by our friondly romarks. Wo aro proud
of it not tliut it needed enbancoment i
no, no. Tho valuo to tho cnuio of Chris
tianity whs fabulous from thojump. But
because wo love thee. '
For us to mention tho name of tho
author of tho following-, would bo Entirely
superfluous in talking to ft poet so
thoroughly versed 'in poetr fti'fhou nrt.
Ajlialativc, iind might inconvenlenco us;
but that 'somebody wrotd It wu aro posi
live, a wo aro. copying,l vord for word:
"Fhiiio is tho birthright of genui9 nud ho
recketh' not how long It bo delayed. Tho
Heir noed not haston to his horltugo whon
ho kiiowuth'iliat his tendro is olernal."
Wo (uwthee, Aghalativo, quiotly taking
pinscmon of thy birthright, Famo, and we
nlmnst unconsciousiy'oxclnimcll; "bully."
Wo know thai wulj-timed silenco luith
tnoro olouunci),.thun ,spoech. Ilut'twn)
our soul, not our lip!, went oil', dour Aghal
ativo, when wo realized thy tonuro was
, As to tho udvico you gavo us
"L. O'L," look"- to the btiast, and, whon
ho Iticks boumUli tlip load, that his back is
unable to suppof tjjearn u lesson."
Ouroycs follow thee; and thn following
from tho fame inspired writer, how beauti
" Yes, and if over, during thu tiino to
comt..Vou think about uisuming unu'ther
load'ofwit, kick,-klck, until you knqok out
j-ourjjwn bruins und rid mankind of tho
Thb iniiuuation that we bavo brains is
a noVr pno on Uifund to havo It clothed In
such beautiful language masked as. tho'
'twero not intended for u compliment,
makes it doublysweot. Oh, Aghulativu,
to bouriud by ttiao "is a pleasu'roand
not daiu I " . .
SetwJ round tbe"herso. L. Oiii.
Cairo, Dec. 15th.
f") . ...1 VJ
Throw Not Tbopi.k'h Faults' In
their teeth, for theru uru few teeth that
bavejnot faults of-their own. Thero is but
ono Way to preserve them without spot or
blotrtbjh, and that,!, by tho daily use of
tho best dentritlcu in existence, fragrant
Sor.odont, cool, rgfreihlng und agreeable.
Maonktizino iue Bloou. If thoso
who uro In thu hubit of warming thoir fuel
at night by u'rtlficlarmeans, would tnuko u
few ftpplicatio:i8ufDr.) Trask's Magnetic
Ointment, 'they1 would'' havo mt further
troublo from that tourco. Its mugnetic
qualities promote tho healthy circulation
of tho blood, restnro vigor to tho small
vessels of tho skin, and glvo a healthy
glow' to iths surfueft tioo jidvarUaLmentf
in another column. 12-22-wlt
Twkntv Ykars .Younukk. To say
that hundrods of maids, wives and widows
look twenty yours younger thkn they uro
In conivaUenco'of the coutplixioaaU'roah
noss derived from the uset ofi.llAUAN'u
Maonolia Halm, is simply to stale an
absoluto fiictl-r)iiclil'biiiBlit' hoj promptly
vorilled by diroct t.vimpfly (ff-ladlcs wuro
as willing, tOjtelVittjeir,ages aVt6"u9o thu
host moarts oflraikio'g themselves lovely.
Nature Bomotrnifs, but Vory rarely, crowns
tbo oharra of perfect features with n com
plexlo'nlof exquisite clearnoss; but oven
then time soon begins to mako inroads up
on tho volvot clieek, tho fair whltu brow,
tho Ivory bust, the rounded nrin. To pro
sorvetho "glory of Woman" unblemished,
even after tho morlcllau of life has been
passed, it is only necessary to uio dully
this cooling, healthful., vegetable preparu
tion. s,t ja-ascod&wlw
Tiik Arlington hotel of Washington
D. C, for tl).o,)thlril,tijnp since its opuqlng,
has unilergonoli complete embellishment.
It was originally lilted up. In grand stylo,
with every convonlo'nro, olegiineo and itix
ury that pxpyrieiico, tusto and Judgment
could dcslro und money uccomplibh,
During tho ?sjiinef succeeding , t
was boautlfully frescoed und rono
vaud throiigbnut. Within the
imst two rnontlis all tho chambers havo
boon cwvortd with tho now stvlo ol' currus-
cated gold and silver paper,. The, Homo,
nns ueen ro-paintcu, re-narpoted, und u
number of the rooms.rp-furnlsbed. From
tbo constant efforts'df tho' Messrs Roessle,
Seoamor EmWrfO. llllett, Momphii.
" Jim. Flsk, Jr., Faducah.
Stoatnor Glasgow, Hickman.
to bt-autiry and improvo It. "ThoJArling
ton" is now far more luxurious 'und mini
MpckeVthanwhqnyflM afierifca pil lis i-f
vuiiu iuusuou wuat tnoy designed it siinuid
bo Tho Hotel of the capital. 12-Uw3m.
" Jim. Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
CONOtTIOM OF TIIK niVKHS.
Hero, tbe.rlver Is falling steadily,
lea was floating past tho harbor yestordny.
Heavy Ico was going oudf UiojMisilssjp
pi, nnd that stream Is gorged with Ico Just
below Grand Towor. Thore was some
foars, of it ; borgins betwoon here nnd Co
lumbus, but thoy may bo set asido
,ns groundless. Tho latest rqporls frqm bo-
iowi sun report only four, and, one-hall
foot at Point PloasanL Cumberland rlvor
Iseporlcjl swelling .rapidly, with ovur flvo
foot on Harpoth Shoals.
Special .dispatches 19 Tiik Bulletin re
port tho condition of the Mississippi and
Ohio rivors at various places.
,1 ,ilU81KES!l ANIl WEATHKK, . ' ,
, At tho lower lahding thero was idarcoly
anything doing nnd tho roads down to tho
wharf wore slippory as glass. At tho up
por landing thu" Continental, Hllptt, (nnd
LowU woro busjly ongnged handling
TUj( weather was Windy, cold "uhd'snow.
Ing part of tho day.
Tho Continental comrnoncod discharg
ing her freight yesterday, which consists
of 500 hogsheads of sugar and 400jjarrols
Tho Emma C. Elliott brought up COO
balosof cotton for tho Fast. Hho Is now
loading nnd will leuvo for Moinphfs to
day. Capt. Robort K. Hellly, u curcful
and experienced steaiiiboatmaii, has booh
appointed coniniandor of hor nnd took
The Susio Silver will got away this
evening loaded to 1 feet. Tho Dexter
begins loading for Now Orleans Monday.
Tho Arlington is duo to-day for Cincln-
liati with J.500 bales cotton.
Tho Mary Davags has takou her burges
and gotiu to the bank to await tho opening
of tho Mississippi river.
The now steumor John a. Uransford and
Kllu Hugbcs havo gono from Nashville to
tho head'of Cumberland river.
Tho now steamer Pat Rogers, built for
tho Loulsvlljo and Cincinnati mail line,
mado hot trial' trip Thursday and her por
formances woro sucossful. She Is 252 feet
long, 30 foot breadth nnd draws 30 Inches,
nnd will carry about 700 tons. Sho bus -I
doublo flupd boilors, iO Inchon, In'diametor
nnd 20" feot long. Her cylinders uro 21
Inches In dlamotor wRh 1 foot stroke. Sho
is rogardod iu the, test stoatnor in tho
lino and will bo fast.
Tho Mary K. Poo has laid up hore,paid
oil' her crow, and will not go up the Ohio
Tho.Tyrono ruisod steam nnd lit out for
Nushvillo last ovoning, and will nt onco
cntor the .trado botweuu hero and there If
tho water places tho channel In tt condition
that sho can do it. Cuptain Harmon says
that ho is tired of laying his boat ut tb0
bank and is going Into somo t'rndo sure.
The St. Louis 'Republican' of tho 20th
says: "Tho story statod by tho Com
merce, (Mo.) 'Dispatch' or a man being
robbed and thrown overboard on tbo Marv
McDonald, is n haro fabrication, and do"
servos tho sovorcst censure Tho man has
lnco turned lip at his homo, nnd reportod
there that bis wire lind been robbed and
murdered. Tho'ofHeors of tho boat do not
think In? had as much monoy us reported,
as ho tried to get passage up on the boat
freo,'and during tho trip boh parties woro
drunkall tbo wuy, Tho man seemed as Ifho
wanted to shift the woman, and would
havo got off, a couple of landings below but
ho was afraid the, woman would seo him
leavo the. boat.
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t oll I .
City National Bank BbIMIbb;. '
M i Ml .IS V, 1
Mta-Hpeeil attyiuoqpaui to orJora Irom sieani
buniii niitht or dm
KW,your'doora and, gates shut with
tho DucUy Spring fromiHaliey'a.
The 'llrmof Thomas .t Alden has this day
been dissolved by iimliul consent, Mr. Q. At.
Ahlen retiring. The business will be contlu
Uud.liyAVinsiU.Tbomas Jls Co.,, who', will as
fume all the liabilities and collect all iuc the
k,,o1?".: . .1 V'.M. Jt. THOMAH,
T II H
CAIRO PRICE CURRENT
ri.i 1 j..'ii.ua:ri 1
OF ISSUI3TUK3DAY AND FRIDAY
Wllft .WulWliW,, comer of
, 1 wclni) st, und yuhlugtoii,ttvu.
'rii;nllicd in. miantllles to Milt, with their
rrd iit'tho head of tho llrst' cqlmnu. Price,
SJ!.',u,"l,c(,'J',,i',d)le dv.crySulurday. '
, jtgf;.caYo ordcra on morning of l.ue.
Oscars. DflWdprciid4irt,;(w' hereby null
lied that on the 1 dav ol' Mm-. ikt- u ... i.
.ofuttaehmeiu vasisiiud out yf tb ileiVi
onieo ui inu Aio.iuniiur connty vircnit court
jliilho htato or Illinois, against your eiuti.
ictmnahji) uu tho UrtMouily of Jvilv, mvi.
ton term of xald court then to Im ho'ldoiiut
1 ho court-huiibu, in Cairo, nt I lie suit of ller
nanl Aleiluimo, pl.ilntlri, tor iho'sum ill'
$i3Ti), whlcb.writ has ,beu Uxtturnvd served
011 u garnUheo, and that ald bull Is now
Iieiidlng In said com I. Xow utiles you, the
,ald defendant', shall airtiear, give liiilf, and
Dleud within the t ine Hin ted for rnm-ti...
jiearunce in said case, Judginuut will be re.
idcrcd against you. aud proceeding taken
aL'idnst such iraruUheu 1 ,n-.lln in iu
I .MUlJKN'rlfatJtJ. ciork.
Alien, iuuihe) uneeier, piainiui H utior
ny. ' 12-22-3 w.
l)ec:mber21. 172. ,
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Consef ; Wasblugton Ave.
I Of cbamoU and rabbH gklu,
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At 1UKCLAY UKOU.
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k Prepared and sold
Hr II A HO LAY 11 HOS
I And DMufVcUijU lorftlublw.
At UAHCLAY llHOS.
And "Unlursal UtsudaTil."
- At UAHCLAY BROS.
UO TO THK
CITY BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
BOOTS A. 1ST ID SHOES-
MR. A. BLACK,
Having cnl.irL'rd and handiomely rclitted UU store, now offers to the imblle, theiMSt and
lirobably the larKext und iuokI coiulete stock or Hoots aud .Shoes lu the city; to which tie
Invito Hi careful Inspection or every boot aud hoe wearer, uarauteciUK to please ev
ery one In regard to price and ntylc. ' '
!ll MocU whlrli Is Just received Is compute Iu every department : of erley to the
trade 11 better line of goods than ever before, with uuu) 'luduceiuents lu rerd to price
lo the plirebater.
lie has ,011 hand u tim Hue ol cbildreu's'ahoes or every style, ( quality audcolor, cou
1'KAJUi CUEIt, FHENCII KID,
, BUTTONKD TAMFIEB FOXED POLISH, ETtJ.
Iln particularly rails attention to his handsome line of Ladles' and MMseV shoei and
)llpierK, In which lie has always hid the repuUtlonorexeclllOK i the Vuest aaol inoitcota
iilcie h! hat ever had, conslntiu;; or ever' quality, ntylu and cut appropriate foe the com
Also, the large'Htock or Rentlnmeu'H, youthV and boys' boot, which Mr. Mack prides
biinAlf Is the Uuest selection lu the city, aud enables hliu to supply a want toiuj rt by
the Kentlemv'Uin thfi city, the ability to purchase a custom made boot or shoe for about
one half price paid to city MioeinakerH. No gentleman' wanting ' 'line tilting custom
made boot, either made, to measure, or rroru .store.- should fill to ace hla stock.
JCTMr. Black, in tie Hole agent for Messrs. Brolaski t Co., whose goods be
keojiH ouly, .add ho' .ira&iribJ overy.jiair.
CORNKR EltJHTH STREET AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
Ctabllshod, , November lUnl72.
. , , or . .
Ou the corner of 12th street and Washington
uvenue ppposIteBulletlu otlble . ,
MONDAY,' NOVEMBER 18,' hl2.
Tultlou lrom $2 to 820 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.) 1
Ho pains will bo spared to make it
x , FROFITAHLE, 1
to all conoerncd,' (
N. P. CURTICE, Director,
Teacher or Vocal, Orjran and l'lauo Music.1
Teacher of Wiiid audStrlug Iuslxumenis
(See elltlilar.) 11-H tf..
,1 JJ, M. IIUI.E,,
K p II A N DTS E BR O KEll,
1 1. ., . 1. 1 ,
l'lTTvliasliiif for Merclmitra'specTaltty';
Olflce: UdOhio l.evcc, CAIRO, r.LS.
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' dSTteferencns, Cairo MerchanU.
-'Ji' - man i-xiiaiia,.ij , f , 4 i
J'i Viu'ir'ilanu' ffdmbeV't' 'initenalj WJA
' ' -1 oootH.ohtok vlrr tlC. ' frrT' Irt
Vi H lioil5irT'i0sr,.' muY
TssttolHotueM, tMsaBr.aaW Martyr
NTB'ft( I MLOck.AoVlSltlilaOlVliLVBlff
HOME TB'ADH I v
J, C. H UELS,
Late ot St. Louis..
BOOKBINDER AtUf BOOK
BULI2ETIN1 BINDERY, ,
S t 4 U f
Coruer, twelfth street and Couunercisl Ave
BTlANK BOOKS of every description doae
with naatnesa and dispatch. , All hlada of
ml I ng douo at short notice. Bible, Music.
Magazines and Periodicals bound neat and
attlie lowest possible rates. . - t
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
Fee UooWs, Blanks, etc., made a ipeclallty
Motet, Pocket Books, Kinretowai etc.,
made to ot-Ur.. H-.M'.
TENTH 8TRKB, " , v .
BTJVfKM,WJH'K'i'JllllK, AMD W1LMOI
Dr. U. K. Vialds larorma tea tublio tbst be bs
'.S.l M I i?P"BW'J 14 U
tx 1 1s I V E R Y jS T A B L ;E,
on the northwest Ids of TtUhtrel as !
ift'autj.. Vlir b. furuls'li.tl 'VitlJ aeae' but tii
BEST ilp3siElSu . 1
17 AND GOOD VEHI0LS8. '
1 1 J u t it. ))'!, .
aud the public may be accommodated at. al
hours of the day. and night wlth"ifo teams
on the lowest teraos. ,. tjiMu
Dri Fields asks a share ofpubllcpatronwre
aud, will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
aud strict attention to business. ' -
DKCbRXTWifc; QN'aUlf ORNAMENTAL
OHAINTNG1. AND MARBLINtt
DEcoiuaiNa AND GiLDiNa
In eVery style; plain aad
l'astloular attention pi
, Urdera solicited for
FANCY GA83 SHOW CARDS
nrtiKsBMtilBil. 1 v
id to Glass OMdtei
icenery, Teaoe ansi
aut,.'ulaiu and oBuauutal. All woGkJa
tniKe4i,,vv ray care wia
(V; Uhnll In PAVTV II,
Commercial avenue und Efathtk atraat
House, coraer I
u DM' , I