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OFFICE, STTXiljaEl'riDCT STTIXiIDXlTO-, COB. 12TH STEBBT A.3STX5 W-ZLSHXlsra-TOlSr AVB3Iir-Cr3Q.
JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1872.
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Ucpoitcd Ipccta11y for the Hullctln.
THK iuiaUNi: roLi to ..kid.
Njsw Yokk. Dec. 22, William Orion
n told to WhitoUw Hold lifty shares out
tliu hundred, onitHui.ng thu cap.Ul
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Mr. Keld.a't the Ioiica of tho 4Tributm
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rrtOW UINlft FKU KICKLKM.
WAbUl.soToK. Dec. 23. Gen. Sickle
M.ya,wnha. frnm Mnilr.il tlint hotll hOUSCft
oritlei. the colonial policy of the mlnUtry
or 1 or 10 ivicu, mucu iui .vj.w--
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nrv. huu wikii LUiitinf .'.ii
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and by 211 aininit U' in tuo lower uouo.
ni fl via minmi on nn inrnii Liini. n mil
IUI IUU IIJIIUUUIIllU UIIIBUWJJ'WMMll nt
Uvei in Porlo lticolwill bo p(;oJily in-
New Yokk. Dec, 23. The Uorald iy
a number of tho oroiont tonkuoldera of
tho Union Pacific rnllroBcl, hnvo written
to Horaco F. CUrt. now prt'si'lent of tho
road, asking him to commence eult for tlio
rocovery or $18,000,000, mid to have oceu
taken nnd divided among thoso engaged in
.. Orndlt Mobllior trcnsaclioni. Tho
Herald aya tho lull will compol a full de'
uolnnmnnt of all facU. for OaUes
Amc. with his fortune at tUVo
will not bo willing to itnnd in tbo capacity
of truiteo beloro partica whoso interests ho
represents, and liopcs tho suit will not bo
imnromisod. and that tho wholo socret
Al.torv of tho Credit Mobilior may bo
brought to light for tho good of the coun
trr. Tbo Herald reporter says Clark ad
mils being askod by tho stockholders to
commence suit, and that tho directors at a
mooting next week will tuko action In tho
St. l.oim, Doc. 23. An ndjourncd
mooting of tho ex-Union soldiers was
hold to-night, at which a inoinorlul to tho
United States senate praying that hotly
to pas tho homestoad act, adopted by tho
house on tho 12th lint., was unanimously
agreed to. A largo nuiiibur of signature
huvo alroady been obtained to tho memo
rial, and udditlonal committees were ap
pointed to procure moro. Another meet
ing will bo held on tho 30th Inst., whou
tho memorial will bo forwarded to tho
New Yoiik, Dec. 2.1. A Washington
special suys Freeman Clark of Ne.v York,
is mentioned as a probable candidate for
tho speakership. Soma .Southern mem
bers mention Horace Mayuard for tho po
rtion. Fernando Wood will bo tho candl
dato of tho Democrats. Ordway will bo
dropped as sorgeant-at-arms, alao King as
postmaster of tho homo,
St. Loum, Dec. 23. Tho ltopublican's
Washington special says tho members
from tho South who aro elected to tho Forty-third
congress aro industriously at
work to malto Horace May nurd of Tonnes-
nee, speaker of tho house, Tlioy tiro vory
anxious to form u combination with tho
Pennsylvania delegation, and tho Induco
mant held out is, that In cusa Mayuard li
elected, Judgo Kolley will bo made chair
man of tho wys nnd moans committee,
and tho old inonibers from Pennsylvania
who aro ro.olccltd will hnvo other impor
tant chairmanships. An ed'ort is nlso bo
Ing mado to ctpturo the Indiana delega
tion, tho consideration bolng that Gov. Co
burn of tho Indianapolis district, is to'bo
mnda chairman of tho appreciation com
mittee. HI'RAKER 11I.AINK,
Who will bo u cahdidate for re-olcctlon,
has thus fur mado no effort, nor has his
friend, becauso tlioy nro confidant of his
re-election without much opposition.
Cincinnati, Doc. 22. President Grant
arrived at Covington yellerday afternoon,
und stayed with his father last night. Ho
stopped at tho Uurnott house to-night, and
ulll start for Washington by tho Pun
Haudlo route, at imlf-isevciln the
morning, and oxpects to arrive thcro early
Wafiiinoton, Dec. 23. Dispatches
have been received from Montgomery,
Alabama, stating that tho court-house leg
islature continues to hold its session
Notwithstanding that'lhn ltepubllcans no
copied tho eomprornlso oflcrod by tho ad'
ministration, tho report Is current jht
they will not submit to it now, sinca it is
clear that tho legislature organised upon
th'j suggestion o'f the attorney general will
bo Democratic. K:publ!cans hero dis
credit this, but if It proves truo tho at
torney general says their actions aro
clearly Mogul, and they will not bo re
cognized by tbo administration.
AT PORTLAND, OltE-
EIGHTY THOUSAND BUSHELS
OF COAL SUNK AT CIN-CINNATI.
PP.ESBYTF.ltI AN TAHEUNAGLE
AT HIIOOK.LYN BUKNED.
MEN FIW.EV TO
PI HE AT HELENA, ARKANSAS.
lngly, extremo rango $3 C0(n)3 85; pack
ers aro )ayirigt3 603 70. Cotton (lull
and almost unsaleable, shlrpors rate on tho
New Yokk, l)eo. 23, 12:10 p.m. Flour
quiet but steady. Wheat quiet SI 60l 67;
red $l Yixeni eu ainitor t emi os. worn
t . 1 ... . I.. J s- 1
ouiui oui sieauy unc. vaii uie iio)uic.
Mess nork nulet $13(3,13 60. Lard quiet
7jc; quotntiuns nominal. Whiskey quitt
and nominal. Gold 112.
Cincinnati, Dec. 23. Flour Arm
nnd unchanged; grain ditto. Whiskoy
steady at H8e. Pork quitt at $11 76; bullc
meats quiet and unchanged; bacon un
changed; green meatsquietand unchsngod
Hog (Inn at $3 UO0J 75; principal sales
t'i 70(3.3 7i: all sold receipts 4141; lard
quiet; steam 7-l-l6c; kettle 77c. 1
lllvcr risen 7 feet 11 Inches, there is 16
(eel ono inch In tho channel. j
St. LiOUis. Doc. 23. Flour held Urmly.
Wlisat. only small sample
DAY OF THE
TO A. T.
FUNERAL OF GEO. P. PUTNAM.
New Yor.K, Dec. 23. Tho opening of
tho second Stokes trial was similar to tho
former ono. Judge Fullcrton delivered
an address for tho prosecution, reciting
circumstances of tho shooting of Flsk.
Judgo Fullcrton, in the conclusion of his
address In the Stokes case, to-day, drew at
tention to the lawlessness of tho times, nnd
said aquesllon now prominent in tho com
munity was, whether criminals should no
arrested, and when arrested, whether they
should bo punished and a stop put to this
bloodshed. Had men regard tho laws
which punish murderers with death us
Patrick Hart. Thos. Hart and J no. T.
Redmond, hall boys, repeated their ovi
denco given at tho first trial. Adjourned
The funeral of the lato Goo. P. Putnam
took nUco this morning, from Madison
avenue church, Thirtieth stroet. The coto
inonief, which wore of tho most simple
kind, were conducted by T.ev Dr. i-Ider
nastor. and the funeral sermon was
preached by Dr. Anderson. Tho floral
display wut beautiful. A great number of
artists, littrary men und members or pub
lishlng firms attended tho services in tho
church. Tho following officiated as pall
boarors: Win. Cullen Uryant, .Tno. Taylor
Johnson, Daniel Huntington, Jno. Wllley,
Jos. T. Sargont, Henry Holt, Chas.Collitm,
Vincent Collyer, Andrew T. Armstrong,
A. D. N. Kandolf. Kichard Rutler and J
11. Oiflord. Tho remains wero conveyed
to Woodjand ccmctory.
A. T. bTKWART
Foil on tho steps of hli residence on
Fifth avenuo, lust evening, dislocating nn
ankle, and breaking his leg.
Washington, Dec. 23. Ono hundred
new recruits havo boon ordered to Fort
Riley, Kansas, for the Sixth cavalry. One
hundred and fifty nra ordered to Galvoj
ton, Texas, for the Tenth infantry, nnd ono
hundred nnd fifty to tho terminus of thu
M. K. and T. railroad.
i 'onfi.au hation in okf.oon.
Han FitANCisco, Dec 23. A djsatrous
conflagration occurrod to-day, ut Port-
I ..-A (l. Tim llrn broko OUl in
JUIIU, V I
Chineio wash house, Esst side of Front
street, between Aldor nnd Morrison, and
burned tho entire block between Aider
and Morrison; und tho entire block on
thu West sldo of Front strcej. A general
conflagration seemed Imminent. Furni
ture and goods wero removed for several
blocks Fortunately at half past
twelve tho wind changed, driving tho
flumes back on tho burnod portion nnd en
abled tho firemen to got control and con
fino tho flames to theso buildings. Tho
engines camo from Van Couver, Oregon
City, Salem, nnd Albany. Tho Wnihinc
ton niid EmeU guards woro ordorcd out to
protect exposed property, and prevent tno
rrowd from Interfering with tho operation
of tho firemen. Several firemen wero se
riously injured by fulling walls. Ono
named Gallagher supposed to bo fatally
hurt. Tho loss will bo $310,000. Insur
ance $150,000. Tha firo was finally extin
guished within tho limits of thrco blocks,
constituting a part ol tho business portion
of tho city.
COAL IIAI'.OE SUNK.
Cincinnati, Dec. 23. Yesterday af
ternoon tho ico in tl.o river ut this place,
broko several empty coil barges looso
from P. Moulton's landing, foot of mo
street, und drifted down against Hongo
hold A- Jcnncr's fleet, sinking barges con
taining between eighty and ninety thou
sutid bushels of coal.
New York Dee. 23 The Central Pres
byterian tabernaclo of Ilrooklyn, of which
Row T. Do Witt TuliiiHdgo is pasior, i
destroyed by firo this morning. The coll-
inir and walls of this church, t'Olng Ol cor
rugated iron, it was regardwl fin., proof,
... n - .11..
int thu iron became red-hot, anu nnnuj
purled off. Tho mummoth Roston Jtlbileo
organ, which had been purchased for tills
Church, was also d'ctroyed. Loss $90,000
fnr l'. flflO. Tlio Uro oricinaicu
in a fluo.
Tw i-x. The residence of
ill. liUUll'l ""
Gen. John McDonuld, supervisor of in
ternal revenuo for this dlHrict, Htuatcd
ut Ripon, Wisconsin, burned Saturday
Loss over $30,000.
FROZEN TO DEATH.
Tni EDO. Dec. 22. A locomotivu be
came diabled between Goshen and Wnr-
- . ... .! ..I.
saw, Indiana, on ttio uincinnau, n
nnd Michigan railroad lastnigni, anu u.o
engineer und 'fireman in attempting to
reach a residence u mile aisiani,
frozen to death.
P. M. Kiicur,
V, II. HTucaritru,
K. II, CcNnmousM,
Mruimia. Dec. 23. It was reported a
largo part of Helena, Arkansas, w, ue- qujetu nas -3
stroyed by fire last night. No purlieu- jcmnKm(e,u rd nrmer, 1
lars. . .
Uoncohd, N. H., Dec. 23.-A largo uro
.. . r .. .rt.tArrlnl' Anil
nroko out in aasi w.iimn --v
destroyed property to tno auo
$50,000. In.ured for about
lots selling. Corn inactive; 31c ware
house. Outs inact.vo, whito 28: ware
houso. Rye firm, inactive. Rarity noth
ing doing. Whiskoy firm 93c. Pork
nominal, $12 in small way.-'V suit
moat uuchanged, only order trade, uscon
nothing doing. J.ard no sales, uogt auu
$3 2503 05.
New Orleans, Dec. 23. Arrived : In
diana and Kinelio LuUariro. Departed:
ISelio Loe, Relfast, nni II. S. Turner.
Receipts flour 1.534; o-n 1,315; Oats 087;
Dacon 22; casks Whi-kyll7; Cotton f.SG8.
Flour firm; XX $0 87, hw XXX $77,
good do SSJ, choico di $8J('J, choice
t3jj0j. Corn is dull; wiito 75c. Oats
in "lair demand, 47Q)4Sc. lny in good do
miind, $33, choico 3l55. Irun In moder
ate demund, $1 2ti, Por dull, 1876.
Uacon stock light, 6(&yQl lo. Cotton
In fair demand, lOJc. atering 2lc. Sight
ClIICAdo, Doe. 23. Flotr, liniltod de
mand and nominally uncimiged. Whoat
firmer and active, U 12 cith Decombor,
$1 103 January; $1 10t 20 Fohruary;
No 1 nominal. Corn quiet but steady,
30Je cash and De:omber; 3Jc January;
nominally: 80c Mav.
Oils quiet, 24jc cash DocBinber; 24J$ CAPITAL,
24 Jo January; JSsjc reoruary. y
strong; held higher; nominal, C7c. BV
ley firm and tondlng upwirds; sale18
CUjc. Provisions quiet and no1'
nally unchanged. Pork offend $12 Ma!
nominally $11 75. I.urd sUady heldtic
cash December; nominally Ic JaouaVi
71,. Vhr.inrv; 7Jc March. S P bans
steady and unchanged. Grton hams tvro
tije ror 10 average; cior nntrw
r.if 11. nvurttiti- .Afalic ini 10
other greon meats steady and hold at
previous prices. Bacon Dtcember sno
January shoulders 5c; short ribs ia
long clear OJc; S o'cCl:. Whi.ke: VtT. uiluSir
quiet saloablo at 83c; held at SOc. Pork ol 0t0i I)t wiixiasisoi,',
ferod at U ilarcn; nominally .11 "
Ciiicaoo, Hoc. a. riour quiui, u.
chanced. Wheat active and advancei
m . .... . 1 . ...... CI IH
Mo2 spring el 10, casn inoanuBij
No 1 nominal, No 3 $1 05. Coin stead
No 2 mixed 301c spot, Jc January. y
steady; No2 24lc. Ryu scarco, firm, lit
ley quiet, unciiungeo; siij iuii ..
vi;.,n. nu'.t. weak. Mes pork dull; fl
nr.. I.hni tivni v. 7c. Green meats in go
demand. Ham, 7o for 17 pound averaa
7c for 12. Oilier green meats nomiu
Hulk meats quiet, unchanged. Whisky d
unci Inwpr. ft'Jc.
NewYc.uk, Dec. 23. Monoy easie
gold to 1-1C. Sterling firm highor u
long and 10' 0 J ror stgiit; goiu q
nnd firm 11JUI. Loans from 2- t
per cent ror carrying. Clearings i
lions. Assistant treasurer disbursed"
000. Governments strong nnd a fra
higher. Southern securities dull. -looted
New York. Dec. 23 Flour t
super winter 5 Gj0 25; commo"
i?i.od $7 05; good to cnoice 31
while wheat extra S7 903 Co. WU'
moro doing, 90Jc. Wheat, No 3 ig
$1 45; No 2 $1 51t 63; red w
SI 80; amber western 85c. Ryo Je
(I-... It.irlnr iinclianf cd. n
quiet imd firm; old wostorn mlxolc;
In storo iwjcj new mixfu u:w.
and heavy; now scarco and h shadier;
uaw western mlxoo toioe,
. . . 1.1. .. 1 w Ml . I . . 1 n
moderate demand; no io 10 i, nr
steady, fair" to good retining
now llltm ovv;u,
. 1 Um.nm 1 ffn 111
inrliancrpd. 1.1ITU uiuici. w
.tm 88lc: kettlo 88Jc,
ST. i.oUl3, Lec. j. 'iuu .o'jj.
nnd unchanged. Wheat, spring Po
but held Arm; No 2 $1 18; fall dt
cnouirh doing to establish quotationm
"1 ...I... -K'..0.i.A iMfSMn
firm nnii nuiui. .hi 111 1. fc vv..w
,l.lt mixed 34c. Oats dull, No 21
:krlarttt Hsrek SI, 1M9.
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CAIRO
A. 11. SAFFOKD. President;
8. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
11. 11YSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer
U. 1'. 11ALLIP1T,
J. U, Paiuir.
UeiHMlU of my Asssasssst Rl vmI Iron
Tea ICnaf Upwnrda.
TMTKKR8T pid 00 drponilf at tho rsle o( six
JL Htrcnt. per annum, March 1st anil Hoptnm
i Int. Iulert not withdrawn Is lAJnX lmm.
ill.Hy to thu pnnclp.l of the ilrpo.ln, thert)
K'f li llii-in com)iinil Intrrest.
MAIlHIKI) WOMEN AND ClIILIIHEN MAT
) THAT Nil ONI (UK CAN UtAW IT.
Oirtt,rf bunlnii." day from r.iii. to .1 p.m.,
and turUT fninK lor HAVING HKPOHITb
only. Irun i to o'clock.
uini w. HTHI.nl. Trmnurtr.
TH CITY NATIONAL
j ST. NICHOLAS
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'n.
This house it newly titled up with two
And two line
JENNY LIND TABLES
with the lie.l
ACATUPR BFPORT Cc- Barloy dull ond unchanged.
WEATHER. HtfUril. i demand and firm, No 2 72c. Pol
tmv: STATUS OF THE MERCURY
AT DIFFERENT POINTS.
BISMARCK RELIEVED OF THE
PRESIDENCY OF THE
THIRTY LIVES LOST BY
Berlin, Doc. 23. Tho ltusoiiwi Oro
Guautlo, publishes tho following imperial
rescript, iuldrusso.1 to Bismarck: 1 relievo
you of tho presidency of the council of
minlslurs. You will rotain tho ministry
of foreign niruirs for tlio enipirw, und aro
empoworo.l to voto in tho btatu ministry
through tho prusldont of tlio'eoancll.
Signed llKitu Di:r. UuuoK.
P.tius, Dec. 23. A dlspittch from Bor
deati says tho Liverpool pneket Gorniiinin
went ushoro yentorduy evening during a
violent storm o(V Muuthes, Jtio Ornndo,
uud tlio sea bngan to brculc ovsjr tho ves
sot. Tho pussoiigerti nnd cstw wero com
pelled to tako to tho rigging, from which
thlriv imrnmia wero wushed away mid
drowned. Tho ruinutiider,; altor having
pusod tho untlro night in u pnrtlotu posi
tion, woro roscuod on Sundoy morning by i
a French steamer. '
MINISTRY VOKMED. .
Lonhon, Doc. 23. A mall steamship
from tho Capo of Good Hopo urrlvod.
Shs brings iutelligonuo that tho first min
istry under ii lystom of responsible gov
ernment bus been formed t the Cape.
Sr.I.ouis, Dec. 23. -Tho low tempera-"
turo horo of thi puBt fuw days, culminated
at 10:30 Saturday night, when the mor
cury sunk to six degrees bolow zoro.
Sinco then tho weather has been grnduully
iiioderutinir. and tilts morning thero is
overy indication of a thaw. Tho river is
gorged with ice, both below tho city und
nbovo tho bridge piors. A broad open
snaco In tho harbor will bo cloard to-day,
and free complication and speedy transfer
of passengers mid frolght to und from tho
Illinois shorn will bu resumed. Dis
tiatclies from other cltlei, North and East,
.intitlmi int. rnnid moderutlon of tho
Chicago, Deo. 23. Tho woathor to
nii.tit. li iiililnr than on Saturday. Tbo
thermometer at tho slgnal-aorvlco obsorva
tory nt 11 p. m., stood 13 degrocs bolow
zoro. Ordinary thormomotors around tlio
city, mark 20 and 22 dogreos bolow zoro,
0 AT bT. LOUIS.
Sv Louis. Dec. 23, Tint Indications of
n thaw, which provulled last night, passed
uwav before morning, nnd tho morcury
.ink airnin nuiot rapidly. To-day It has
been in cold as was Saturdny, nnd tho indl-
..Htlnnsnroto-nlsht that wo shall Imvosov
oral days of vory sovoro woathor. Tho
rlvor Is unchangod. Tho gorge nbovo tho
brldgo plors is getting very solid, nnd It Is
ixpoctod teams will cross on tno no io-inorrow.
and heavy; mess, Jobbing and ords
buyers Homing on, biuu ; i
Jo'.loHrnmd: clear rib 51c; bacon no.
Joblng and ordor lots; shoulders 6e
rib 8c; clear sides 8jc; hams 11'.
Lard lower, prime aioain ojc aaiB(
steady and firm 93c. Cuttle, bettter
scarco; tmerior aim coiniiiuit ii-ii.
- I . . . . . i r . r. lr. 3.
f.iir.primo ajoc cuou-e; mh una m
downward tendoncy und best lot
3 05 ; receipts 10,000.
W. I. IlAl.litOAY, PiMldens;
11ENKT L. IIALLIUAT, Viee-HtMUtat
A. H.HAPKOIU), Ciwhler;
WALTER HY8LOP, AtiUt.nt Chir.
RonriT H. CtNMJ.lUlK,
W. P. IlAlUDAT,
A. li. airroau.
Csctissage, Clu sismI Cssltd NUtlrw
Bossda Bassckt susd Hold.
El'OHITU recelTed, and a nonernl Unklut
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
tlANIKI. HUM), "r-Mnt
KOHKKT. IIUuS-t. Vi.-i.fi
C. N. HUOIira, Caonlor.
CyLLKCTIONS PROMPTLY MaDK
EXCHANilE, coin, bank nolo an.l lIoit
8UtM eorltlea bought and oM.
IntnrMl AllnWMt on Tiik Dopnalla.
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholraale and Metnll Urocer,
ti.. i ... ...
ai un uann ai an times vegetables, Fruit I, i
uuuci uuu ckk11, i-aru.
Honey, Tropical Fruits, Etc., Etc.
t3T All goods Warranted Fresh, and sold
at small Profit.
N. B. Parcels delivered to any part of the
city to Customers.
WIST SIDE COMMERCIAL AVE., UETWJtEN
17tlt anu 18th streets.
12-20-lf CAIRO. ILLINOIS!.
Visw Oui.eans. Doc. 23. Ar
Emilio La Barge, St Louis; Indian
lmrimn Cairo. Departed: Olonco
" .. . .. i .
i.iiiiu wontnnr ciuur aipi invasnu..
Knansvili.e, Deo. 2J. wouuy npm a tt
cold; mercury 12 at 0 p.m. Buslnos
TUB IsTEW SYSTEM.
OROCERII RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
PRICES TOR CAS II.
AT H. C. THIELEOKE'H STORE
WASHINGTON AVENUE, UETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
50 lbs. dry Cuba Sugar for - - - $5 0
0 " " " ... i 00
OJ lbs. A colTeo Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 0C
4 " Prlmo Rio Oofleo for - - 1 00
3J " Cholco' " - - 1 0C
3 Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Toas and other stsnlo and fnncv Dnvn.
rios equally as choap.
uoous now and full woicbt irlvon. Call
are compounded In the most approved style
ffSTCome and sco lor yourself. J0t
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
are spread morning and evening at 10
o'clock, at which all arc invited to partici
pate free of charge.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS I
At wholcMtile and retail, stewed," fried,
broiled and baked, row and on tho half-shell,
by the can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry
Walker's St. Nicholas restaurant on Com
mercial avenue. Oystcra in every xty.o nt
all hours day or night. Harry Walker pre
sides) over the culinary department. .h a
caterer he has no equal, and Harry's ens
tomcrx can always be assured ol it warm
men! at any hour of tho day or night, that
will meet tho requirements and please the
taste of tho most fatldiuus.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLD POST OFFICE STAND.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
The best brands ol Cigars, choice Wines,
Liquors, etc., always on hand.
tSTOpcn day and night. JJ
SALOON AND HEADING ROOMS
PARKER & MONTAGUE
tSTThe best brands of Cigars, choice
W lues, Liquors, etc., always on hand U
JOHN UATCM. lropsrltor.
lo Onmravrcisl Atcdu. CAIKO, ILLINUU
Bf brand of Clifo UOIj(arsu mcshO.
BILI.IAHI) kiloon furnished with the l.cM
of tables : aud bur supplied with wines, llquorr
and cigars of thenei-t braii'l..
And Dealer In
ELECTION NOTICE. VEGETAW.M. FHU1TS. KOQS, LARD
Mayor'h Office. FR1SSU IHJlTKlt, ETC.
Cairo, Ills., December 0, 187
Public notice li hereby given that ai HOT All Ooods warranted fresh, and sold
tint iv 11 bo held t the lowest prices.
n Tuesday, Tint 7tii day op Jan CofncrOth St. andCoiumcrcialAve.
A. D. 1873,
Ill tho city of Culro. In the Stato or II
lor tho purpose "f determining the qui
us to whether nalil t lty of Cairo shall he
Incorporated under mo aci m mo
assembly ot this state, entitled " An r
LINEGAR, MUNN& POPE,
iriMt o iV S AT LAW
lllages," approved April 10th. 1872, In I l 11 U 1 O t. L LA 11
wil A OWW" WINTER'S I.LOCK,
Chicago, Dec. 23,-Rocolpts: How, Jar
Sunday and Monday to 11 am, ia,B7;
.loll. larLo numbers unsold and
and the principal buyon purchasing spar
tan, the question ol "minority rcproi
tlon" Hillioeiiy council, or ivsbui
thorlty ol said city.
For tho purpose of said election, said
of Cairo has been divided Into two cic
districts, the ono of which comprises a1
lorrltory In said city, south and cast
center line of Twelfth street extended 1
Ohio and Mississippi rivers, and tho pit
votliiL'. In said district, will uetboUougl
Heady engine-house ; the other district
GREEN & GILBERT,
prises all tlio territory in said city, nortJjfiMam H. Uraen,
west of said line extended as aforesaldWilliam H Oilbn., V
tho placo of voting therein will bo tho-iHUes p. oilWsit, J
My order of tho clly council. Jlit2lr JJlS ,0 " ,Mn u mlrHT sod
JOHN M. JuANBDEN, Way," --
Cairo Dally Sun' and Calto uaxr
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th aud 0th streets,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A line now Dining Hall with every con
yculouce has been added to this popular
Kcstatirant. and tha miiiata will rimi Hvarv
I requisite lor their accomodation
THE BILL OF FAKE
consists of every substantial and delicacy oi
is supplied. witli tho
CHOICEST LIQUORSiWlNES & CIGARS
lyMlxed drinks prepared with care.
Our Home Advertiser.
JOHN B. PULLIS it SON,
(Succsssqi (o John D. Phlllit,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cur. TKKTlJ.feT. am. OHIO LEVE
Corner Twenty-second street
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest marke
price. Also a good article of
O 0"W PEED
X.C.9,U'.?J,. Uav" "dew at HAI.LIDAY
BUOTIIKRd, or apply at tho ulll.
MEAL EMTATK AUENCt.
C. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
Boy and Bull Real Estate-,-PAY
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
Ami par trr ConiT.nc ofRlaiU!
On Kighth Str.et, bctwrvn Coromarsialaad Waib
imtoo ATttnuoa, I. dallr reoiTln
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST TALL AND WINTER STTLM.
Uiil'lti a lull lis of
ITrimmod and untrimmed,)
FRENCH FLOWERS. lllBBONd, TRIMMIN08
ofall kind., Lactt, eto., te.
31 rr. Mi(lv has alto
Csncj Articlrs, m;h as
a larxa usortmtat o
.NKCi; Tl.M. COLLARS. UNIiEnflLEKVBS.
ISUKK8, HASHES. FASH, '
And all olhrrsrtivlps usually lonnd la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Sirs. McGce, In addition to ber stock of
Fancy and Millinery (loods. has a (intone and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
.Mado Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren' ltoots, Illack and in Colors. These
aro acknowledged to be the finest and best
Shoes in tho market, and this Is the only
place In the city Uiat makes them a specialty.
SELLING OJW AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swandcr, intending to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose or her large
and elegant stock of
immediately. In order to faclllltate the sale
or her goods, Mrs. Jackaou has determined
to oUer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites the ladles of Cairo and vicinity
to call on her ir they desire good bargains.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most of them having been selected frosn
tho late rail stylet, hence the ladles have a
rare opportunity to purchase now and fash
ionable millinery at cost price. The stock
cousistsor hats ribbons, flowers, hosiery,
ladies underwear, etc., etc. ll-30;f-
IIYLAND & SAUER,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenui
next, uoor to mu uyianu saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
tun pitua is
Kiuutu Street, Between Washwotor
and Commercial Avencb,
Adjolnlsttt Hl'tcsstiousfi sisid Hatisty'a
Keep Ilia tw.t or Heel, Pork, llottoa Vaal.
Lamb, Saium. etc., nd am prepared to serfs
cltisent In the rnott accepUbU manner.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
Butcher and Dealer iv all Kinds or
Corner Nlnetentu and Poplah St.,
Buys and slaughters only the best cattle
hogs and sheep, aud Is prepared to till any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten tlimi-anit pound.
ON EASY TERMS!
A valuable farm within seven miles ol
Metropolis, on the Jonesboro Koad, consist
tug of 200 acres with 60 acres cleared aad
other improvements, now owned aad lorn
erly occupied, by J. T. Bennle.
TERMS. One-fourth down bakusoe 1st
one, two and three years notes secured hr
mortgage with six wr cent, lausrest.
N. B. The Umber Is good and has Mver
been culled aad ao timber win be MraUtUU
to be out or used, except what u nttssssrr
lor the wear and tear or the place, uaUl aiur
Use second payateat baa beta audtu
Forlalamatlou apply to
J. t. Wfawrjf