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Tfl OAXttO JdAIIiY BtJiitiETfN, TUE&DAY, DECEMBER 24, 1872.
VfelAKiNo Dolls, Singing
Birds, Wax and Rubber Dolls,
Crying Lambs, and a million
other articles, too numerous to
mention, at Phil Saup's, 102
A TIKI lot of box stoves for churclio
and school-houses, cheap at Halloy's.
.CHhOMOt Ton tbk Holidays. The
f Mat in Cairo at Tfaomat' photograph cal
yf suppose everyone know that E. &
W. Budr are the largest manufacturers
la the Jewelry lino in the city. If you
Want to hava something nicely made give
them a call.
Notice it hereby given that I will pay
no hill for ;ood told to any of the 9m
ployw of The Cairo Bulletin, cither
for Ihcmiclrca or lor tbo uie of tho office,
unleso the tame aro furnished on an order
tlgncd by Mr. Ilurnctl or mytelf.
12-20-ly John II. Obkrlt.
For Sale. Lot No 9, and cottage and
lease on lot No. 10, block 49, city of Cairo.
Lot No. 10 on which tho house stands can
alto bo bought If desired. Tho property
it titualed on Tontli street (tho only ttrcet
that extendi across tbo city from tho Ohio
to the Mississippi river), betwocn Wash
ington and Walnut, it in a pleasant neigh
borhood and very deiirahlo for a resldonce.
Tub Hulletin OrncK.
Election Notice. The annuul meet
ing of the'stock-holdcrs of tho City Na
tional bank ior tho election of toven di
rector will bo hold at tho Dank, Tuesday,
.Tunuary 14, 1873. Poll open from 10
o'clock a.m. to 2 o'clock p.m.
A.B. Sxvrotv, Cathler.
Cairo, Dec. 10, 1872. 12-10-td.
Go, and ico thote bcautitul chromot at
Thomas', they are the finest in Cairo. lie
makoi the best that aro made in Cairo,and
guarantees satisfaction in all cases. Call
and see samples of his work at his gullor v
corner Eighth street and Commercial nvo
Ciikistmas Services At tho Church
of tbo Redeemer will bo hold as follows :
Tbo holy communion will be celebrated
at 6 o'clock a. m. Morning prayer and
sermon at half-past 10.
Sunday school festal servtco Christmas
eve, (Tuesday night), 7 o'clock.
Tho offertory at tho early morning ser
vice will bo dovoted to the poor.
Wood pumps, ste'p ladders, skirt and
bread boards at Ilalley's. 12-19-lm
The irrepressible J. E. Lufkinof Anna,
Illinois, bas como to Cairo and oponcd a
first-class grocery and provision storo on
Commercial avenuo between 17th and 18th
streets. lie is a gentlemanly nnd 'accom
modating business man, who is thoroughly
roliablo and doals upon tho squaro with
his patrons. Call and tco bim, 41
The Conservatory of Music will be
closed. No lessons will be
given during this week. It will
open on Monday, Dec. 30, when lessocs
will bo given as previously.
'Sun' pleaso copy one tlmo. It
Notice. Tlioro will be a special meet
ing of tbo Qui Vivo Cotorlo at tho St.
Charles to-day a 12:30 p.m. Every mem
ber is requested to bo present.
It Cuas. It. Kyle, Sec'y.
Christmas Presents. Tho largest
assortment of tho above can bo found at
E. & W. Buder's, corner of Eighth street
and Washington avenue, conslitinng of
tho flnejt watches, sets of jewolry, silver
and platnd ware, rings of every descrip
tion, opora chains, necklaces, gold and
ivory headed canes, bracelets, clocks
spoons, and in fact everything that can
be called foi in a jewelry store. They
keep the largest stock in their line in
Ir you want to find a suitable present
for anybody, call at Buders", and you will
The Illinois was slightly behind time
Look out for the posters and bills of
Blum and Am son on tbo street to-day.
The churches were well attended Sun
day, notwithstanding the cold weather.
Dr. Dunning is otf on a flying visit to
friends in the Northern part of tho state.
The Fisk has not mado a trip to tho
Ice-bound city of l'aducah since Saturday
The faro on tho Cairo and Vinconnes
railroad from Cairo to Vinccnnei, it eight
Wo have boon requostod to abuio tho
weather, but wo could not do tho thing
Mr. Hanny has sold flvo hundred
suits ready-made for ladles, during tho
past six months. a
The county court is ordering citations
issued und placed in tbo hands of the Sher
iff by the score, for delinquent admiulstra-
tort and guardians.
I'opo, who bas boon away at Spring
field, is back again. The coming honors of
the mayoralty do not oppress him.
A ball for the benefit of tho (iorman
school will bo given Thursday night, De
cember 26, at Bcheel'a ball.
A dray horse, which didn't buvo tho
epizootic, took a furious run across Wash,
ington avenue from Tenth street, yester
day. Grand Master Bross has no less than
twenty invitations from different cities in
this state, to attend holiday balls, to bo
giyen by the order of Odd Fellows.
On Christmas night then will be a
festival given at the German school-house
on Fourteenth street. The festival is for
the acbolan and tbelr parent! ouly,
Blum Aroton have settled with
their creditor by paying dollar tor dollar
of , tbelr Icdebtoctt and one-half of the
coita of the late proceeding! against them,
Lava, Glass and China ware,
such as French Vases, Jewel
Cases, Cigar Stands, Card
Receivers, Wine Sets, Statues,
Busts, Dolls, otc., at Phil
Saup's, 102 Commercial ave
Th tMlntt ira vnlnr lit take our Mk4
pie by turpriie. They will come down ufcri
us suddenly. But they aro welcome, and
mutt mako themselves at home. Our
latch string will bo out.
Hugh Cameron who stolo his way
from Chicago to Cairo on a fre'lgbt train,
on tho Illinois Central railroad, was sotit
to the hospital yesterday by Judge Bross.
Cameron had both his foot badly Iroien
by exposure on the trip.
The Rough and Beady firo company
intend to give a ball at Scheel' hall on
New Year' evo. They proposo to danco
the old year out, and the now one In. II.
Myori,;John Koehler, and W.T. Bccrwort
aro canvassing tho city, soiling tickets.
Mr. Alex. Thompson was assaulted by
a man who said ho was a hotel runner,
and was knockod off high sidewalk. He
Is anxious to know why tho man treated
hlth In such, a rude manner. Such con
duct towards a stranger should bo discour
aged. It is naughty, to speak ofit in no
Tho sermon of Hev. Mr. Thayer, of
tho Presbyterian church of this city,
preached last Sunday morning, on thu
death of tho lato Mr. Davis, will be found
in full on our second page. It is a fueling,
eloquent and appropriate trlbuto to tho
deceased, whoso lamentable death so lately
shocked this community.
Tho "Sun" is not for Mr. Pope for
mayor, because Mr. I'opo is county attor
ney. Where docs the "Sun" find a law
prohibiting n citizen from being rt county
and a city officer at the same time. We
have looked through tho dictionary, und
havo had n friond look through tho Kpistlo
to the Hebrews affd have uot found tho
Sowing muchino findings of every
kind, such us needles, oil, springs, shuttol
bobbins, castors, tuck-markers, cordors,
hemmer), oil cans, screw drlvers,wrencbes
and all difficult jiorts of tho machine
that wear out. Also self-acting rufllors,
tho best in uso. All kinds of machines re
paired, Persons at a dlstanco can adjust
tho machine from the stand, pack it in a
box or basket and send by express. All
wor. warranted. J. C. Carhox,
ICC Commercial avenuo, between Ninth
and Tenth streets. 12-16 lm.
The people of Ballard county appear
to bo anxious to socuro tho proposed rail
road from this city through Paris, Tonnes
sco. In another pi aro wo publish resolu
tions adoptod by a meeting held at Bland
ville, 17 Inst. Thoy will bo read with In
terest by tho friends of tho enterprise.
Tho report of tho meeting is a little stale,
but we did not recolvo It until Sunday
Our atlontion has been arrosted in tho
last few days by the heartless manner in
which two blind horses are treated by
their owner and driver, Richmond Robin
son. Kobtnsnn runs a water cart, and tbo
poor, dumb brutes which help him to earn
his living, are treated in a most shameful
manner by him. Sinco there is no Borgb
in tho Cairo, wo appeal to tho city mar
shal. The total amount of taxos for tho
year 182, on lots in tho city of Cairo and
land In Alexander county, including tho
taxes on porional property, foot up as fol
lows : Stato tax, $11,848 42; county tax
$11,848 69; district school tax, $2i;387',87;
district road tax, $5,287 3; C. & V. R. R.
andC. & bt.L. R. R. interest tax, $18,
923 84; corporation taxes, $57,444 35
total, $127,118 27.
The ladies of the Church of tho Re
deemer have nearly completed the Christ
mas decorations for the church. The ever
green wreaths are mado of arbor vita-, sent
from tho Oneida mission in Wisconsin.
The arbor vita) is picked from the tree in
small sprigs, and packed in barrels, by the
Indians undor tho direction of an old Indi
an missionary. Many barrels aro tent off
every season, the business has grown
from a small beginning into very respect
Toys, notions and fancy goods. Tho
bost and cheapest place to gut your toys
and fancy goods, is on Commercial ave
nue, between Ninth and Tenth streets
No. 1D0, as wo keep toys tho year rounl
and soli at regular prices. We are Just in
receipt of a new and fresh lot of goods,
among which it a fine assortment of
Christmas troe ornaments, which wo fell
to churches and other institutions at cost
prices. J. C. Cakso.v,
No. ISO, Commercial avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth streets.
Tho Mt. GVmol 'Register', says
''Oberly is a small, pa1o,bald-heudnd man,
who looks more like u Frosbytorlan
preacher than tho man who bus been stir
ring up tho Bourbon Domoeracy in such
a lively manner lately." Tho reference
to our head is a mortal offonso, modified
by tho nd mission that wo look like u Pres.
byterian minister. If Rev. Mr. Thayer
can stand this remark, wo can. And now
wo come to think of it, there is a strong
resemblance betwoon Mr.Tlmyeraml our
self, only we look moro like bim than ho
docs like us.
Wooden Toys, such as
Galloping Hobby Horses,
Fancy Express "Wagons, Girl's
Dolls, Carriages, Willow
Chairs, Parlor Sets, Sleighs,
etc., at Phil Saup's, 102 Com
On Christmas! ovenlng, " Colleen
Bawn" Will be presented to tho public
On that occasion we bespeak for them a
A good audionco put in Us appear
nnco tost night at tho Atheneun to witnesi
tho play of "Our American Cousin," which
was rendorcd most admirably by tho whole
company. Tho weather being so oxtremo
1y cold, not as many ladles wcro thcro ns
would havo been had it not been so terrible
cold. To-night that beautiful drama of
"Black Eyed Susan, and tho comedy of
"Toby, tho Conjuror" will be put on tho
boards. At usual, wo hope to ico them
Wo aro under obligations to John An.
trim for n copy of Commodoro Rolling
pin's nlmnnac for 1873. This almanac
contains forty-three illustrations, tbo last
ono tho phiz of J. H. Carter, tho author,
and at ono tlmo a citizen of Cairo. Carter
accompanied Prince Alexis and suite on
tbo steamer James Howard from Momphls
to New Orleans, ntid his account of thnt
trip is really side-splitting and mirth-provoking.
In tho words of its author, tho
almanac it good the world over. If it
misses in ono placo it will bo sure to hit in
another. No family should bo without it.
For snle at John Antrim's news depot on
Ladies will find at Hurgor's, 144 Com
mercial avenue, fancy goods of nil kinds,
selected with especial reference to the hol
iday season ; men and boys will find all
kinds f boots and shoes, and ladies' and
missus' shoes that will givo perfect satis
faction. Mr. Burger has alo dress goods
shawls, skirts, furs of all hinds such ns
minks, sables, etc.; all now, just received
from tho East, nnd now bolng sold lit very
low prices at figures roducod to meet the
demands of the holiday trade, so that tho
nimble penny may bo turned instead of
tho slow dollar. Call and see for your
I, the undersigned, wish to inform tho
public, that I arrived in Cairo per tho
I. C. railroad on tho morning of December
23d inst., nnd that at tho depot I was met
by a pack of scoundrels who called them
selves hotel runners, iluvin" tho utmost
confidence in one of them, I nxpressed my
deslro, that I would go with him to tbo
hotel that he professed to represent. I
had barely gone a squaro with him when all
of a sudden I was assaulted and knocked
down off tho sidowalk whoro it was
eighteen feet high. I cried " police,
watch," ice, which scared tho rascal nnd
caused him to toko to his heels. It tbo
tho polico (with whom I left u description
of his person), are successful in grabbing
him, I want to be notified of the fact, thnt
I muy prosecute him.
Cairo, Ills., Dec. 24, 1872. It
Fok Toys and Fancy Goods,
go to Phil Saup's, 102 Com
mercial avenuo. There mnv
bo found Santa Claus' Can
dies for tho Children.
J, Burger has the largest
and most completo stock of
Furs ever brought to Cairo,
consisting of . Mink, Sable,
Squirrel and other varieties,
all of which 'aro offered at great
bargains for tho holidays. Call
before Christmas. 13-22 3t.
Best cooking stoves in tho market
A. Halloy's, No. ICS, Washington uvonue.a
At W. B. Rockwell & Go's., consisting
in part of elegantly bound books, (histor
ical, biogruphical, political, juvenile und
miscellaneous,) writing desks, work boxes,
dressing cases, card cases, cigar stands,
gold pens, albums, chromos, pbotogrups,
engravings, lithographs, handkerchief
boxes, glovo boxes, toilet box?s, bibles
prayer books, hymnals, game, pocket
books, pocket diaries for 1873, writ
ing paper, guitars, violins, accordcons,
stereoscopes, stereoscopic views, besides
many other articles too numerous to men
tion, all of which are offered for sale at
reasonable rates. 12-10-2w.
Steamer City of Chester, Memphis
" Illinois, Columbus
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
conditio or tiu: riveus.
Tho Ohio is now swelling nt this point,
caused by tho recent respcctablo rlso In
tho Cumberland river. Heavy Ico hi
been going by tho harbor sinco Saturday
night, and navigation above hero has
stopped, but may be resumed again to
day. Tho Mississippi river is full of
heavy ice, and with that out of the Ohio
river has formed n gorgo just nbovo thu
old mill this tido of Columbus, nnd thcro
aro fears thnt It may stop navigation for
tome time. It bucked tho river up nt this
port nearly four feet during tho past 21
Special dispatches to The Bulletin re
port tho condition of tho Mississippi and
Ohio rivers ut various places.
UUMNKSS AND WEATHER.
Business on the landings was very good,
and soveral steamers were lmy binding.
The weather continue.! oxcesilvely cold.
Tho wind was directly from tho north last
evening, and Greenland was nowhere.
The Elliott left for Memphis yesterday
morning, nnd when n short distance above
Columbus tho found that tho ico which
has been floating out of both rivers In
heavy fiolds sinco Sunday morning, had
gorged at about the samo locality that it
gorged last January, and tho transit
steamer Illinois on her way down was
making strenuous ctlbrts to mako her way
through. Copt. Rcllly not wishing to take
any chances with tho Elliott, brought her
back to this port and commenced adding
to her cargo, and will not lcavo until tho
gorgo is brokon.
Tho Dexter camo to tho landing and com
menced loading for nil Southern points and
will lcavo with dispatch.
Tho Fanny Lewis for Vicksburg nnd tho
Susio Silver for New Orleans had their car
go on board nnd were ready to depart, but
tho Ico gorge prevented them.
Tho Paducah packet James Fisk, Jr., has
been detained hero sinco Saturday evening
by tho very hoavy ico in the Ohio river.
The Continental has finished discharging
her sugar and molasses and will lay up.
Tho repairs to tho Mollio .Moore aro
done, and she has gono into safe quartors
for a day or so.
Tho ferryboat had a difficult work in
making hor trips yesterday.
Tho harbor tug-Cnche hitched on to a
largo raft out in tho river nmong tho ice;
and, after a hard time of it, succeeded In
landing it at tho bank. tPs
Ross Powell goes out as first clerk of
tho Dexter vice John Greenough, pro
moted to Capt. of tho Mary E. Forsyth.
Keep your doors and gates shut with
tho Dudly spring from Halloy's.
A large selection of Mu
sical Instruments, such as
Brass Trumpets, Brass
Saup's, 102 Commercial
"T J innrrt j-tf-n nf
3j X ItlllUD) Utt) ill
Our Homo Advertisers.
The firm of Thomas & Aldcn lin this ibiy
been dissolved by imitit.il ooii-cnt, Mr.o, M,
Ahlcn retiring. The business will ho contin
ued hv Win 11. Thoma, who wlil u
Mime nil the liabilities ami collect all we 1 !.
lato firm. W'.M. 11. Tiiomah,
u. .11. AI.TIISN.
Cairo, Dec. SI, 1872. ill.
GEORGE 1). WILLIAMSON,
H IIIIMMM: (HtOC'KU
AND PIALKR IN
T II K
DAYS OKI8SUI!TtIi:?DAVANI KKID.W
OMcc in the Bulletin Ilulhllii?. eornor . f
Twolitli St. and Washington avo.
l'urnlhed In piintltlM to Milt Mlbarn .
er, with their curd at the head nf the lit
column: Price SJ per hundred, jitn.i'.
ar Leave orders on morning of Issue, i
CHKIHTM AS.and at No 3' Klghth hlrcet.U a
complete stock of Holiday ijoods In the fol
lowing Unci: Groceries, i'rult and Toyw,
Home of wld-h are London layer und seed,
lens rsUlns, zsnto currents, citron, .wect and
boiled elder, uile butter, mince meat, up
pies, oranges, lemonn, tli;, nuts and caudle,
(mixed by ourselves); lutes from common
New York club, Toy Bedsteads, Wagonti
Carts, Perambulators, Wheelbarrows and
Hobby Uorscs. California and other Canned
Fruits ot the best brands, In large variety.
Canned Pith. Bottled good, hliakcr Pre
serves and Jellies. Fireworks, etc., etc., at
Bristol & Stilwell's.
At a meeting of tho peoplo of Ballard
county, in Blandvillo, on tho 17th of De
cember, 1872, called fur tho purposo of tuk-
Jnto view the interesti of said county, In
tho light of railroad facilities, A. S. Tay
lor was called to tho chair, and A. J. War
den appointed secretary. Tho chairman
briefly and forcibly oxplained tho object of
tho meeting, and called tho convention to
On motion of Judge J. B. Ross tho Hon.
Thomas II. Cahlll wus appointed as a dele
gate to the railroad convention to bo held
at Paris, Tennessco, on the l'Jlh instant,
after which Major D. P. Marshall offered
the following resolutions, which were
unanimously adopted :
Wuekeah, It Is In contemplation to
build a narrow-gauge railroad from John
sr.nvllle on the Tennessee river, to the
city of Cairo, Illinois, now therefore,
Hesulved, That tho attention of all par
ties concerned, bo invited to the import
ance of so locating tho roud, us to puis
through the central portions of the coun
ties ol Craves and Ballard, by the way of
Mayflold and Blandvllle, to a point oppo
site Cairo, thus opening up to said mud
the carrying trade of thubo rich and pros
perous suctions of country, und af
fording theii peoplo u ready means of
llnding a market for their productimis.
Kotolvcd, -That our delegate bu in
structed, to urge upon thu convention at
Puris, the great importance of thu road in
view, not only In a pecuniary point of
view, as a valuable invcutmcnt to iU stock
holders, but us an invaluable uiuillnry ol
tran.it, to the largo and industrious com
munities lying along its rout, nnd that
he also rail tho attention of thu conven
tion, to thu rapidly inoreiitliig
prosperity of the counties of
(i raves and Ballard, (through which
tho road must necessarily run,) in n com
mercial and agricultural point of view,
and tho largo carrying trade that will Ine
vitably spring up. in tho event thu road
shall be so centrally located as to prusont
an easy means of access to the peoplo of
those counties, thus giving a nw impetus
to Industry, by Inviting tho influx of cap
ital and labor, and opening up to tho pro
ducing elassos, new channels of communi
cation, and a ready outlet, and speedy
means of transporting their products to
Resolved, that wo will aid the on
terprite In contemplation, by nil tbo means
In our power, and that a copy nf these res
olutions bu transmitted for publication tn
thu Cairo Uullktin, Jlayuold 'Democrat,
and l'aducah 'Kontuokian,'
A. S. Taylor, Ohalrmau.
A. J. Wabpen, Secretary.
Must bo sold at once for cash nt
prices that hayo never been
heard of bo fore,
TO-DAY AT 2 O'CLOCK
Especial bargains in
DOMESTICS AND PRINTS.
Wo will sell
i5 tier cent, less than cost.
BOOTS JVira SHOES,
At half price,
An opportunity is oll'ered tho good pco
plu of Cairo to buy good ut their own
prices, mid the salu will continue lor one
TUB LARUK STOCK OF $50,000 00
Must bosold by Jan. 1, 1873.
Blum & Amson.
AT 1 ACUMKNT NOTICJ:.
0car5i. I):ivl, defendant. Is here?jv noti
fied thut on tho tith day of May. lS72,'a writ
of attachment wa iwied out "of tho elerk's
olllce ot thc.Mexaiider county circuit court,
in the Mate of Illinois against vour etate,
returnable on the ilrst .Monday of Julv, 1872,
to n term or .alil court then to be holdeii at
the court-house. In Cairo, at the stilt of Her.
nurd McM:inti, plain till, for the mm of
wiiicn writ Ha been returned served
on n garnMiee, and that mid suit Is now
pending in said court. .iw uiilc you, the
aid defendant, shall appear, give ball, and
plead within the time limited for your ap
pearance in said caio, Judgment will be ren
dered nguln-t you, ami proceeding- taken
agalmt such ganiUhen according to law.
ItKCIIKNS. YOClbl. Cleik.
Allen, Mulkcy & Wheeler, plaintiff attor
December 21. 1872.
O.wuo. III., Dec. 10, 1S72.
The posclori ol the Cairo and Ylnrcntiec
railroad ln In'-' been delivered by Mew.
WInlow & Wilson, the contractor?, to the
company, ficncr.il I). V. Win-low l hereby
appointed Ocnora! Manager of tho lto.id for
the time being, with all thu powers and au
thority Incident to that po-itlon.
A. I.'. RuitXMiu:,
Pre. Cairo nnd Vinecimes K. It. Co.
OAr.RO AND PADUCAH
MA If. II MAT.
The HplfotJnl tnmr
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
i i'.ui. i ui iiuigiu uriia"neuin uu nnan
or to ,I.s. .Mai.i.oiiv, Ag't.
ST. LOUIS AND XKW OKLKANS
i i un r.. a . i) y. vy
D E X T B R.
JOHTf T. McCORD Matter.
Rons R. I'owkli Cleric.
Leaves Tuesday evening, December 21.
J.no. W. Cutltoi.l.. Supt.
AV. 11. lloriNOKli, Freight Agt.
wuoi.r.i m.i; rii(it:i:H.
II. M. JIUL-Ha,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And "Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nut,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
tjr wSjl'"" Miirjniiii co3
For Salo at Wholesale or Itutail.
CORNKK :t'JlJ.STItr.l;T AND OHIO I.KVlIk
'""H" V.OAMIU, K
No. 101 Commercial Avknuk,
French, .Scnleh and American rasslmeres
of all colotn, and heaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up In tho
And nt the lowest price. A lino (It and first
class work guaranteed. Satisfaction in ev
ry rcspevt warranted,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
JtTO. 74 OHIO Lij-V-E
Open day and night (or the iieeoiiiotl.itj.ii
:rTO. 7G OHIO XjUUVJE i
Cairo, Illikom. 1
CATRO PRICE CURBJIN'J
ISSUED SEMI-WKRICLY. 1
Conior ' Washington Ave.
Of chamois and rahl.lt Ll
tur CHK lUngS,
At HAl'.OLAY UH03.
I'OU SOKE 'nillOAT,
I'rep.ircd and wld
Hv HA HULA Y UKOS
JM'iviii f t itt...
t n i i iifi .i r.in,iir.
At IIAltCLAY 1JHOS.
. w. ...
aihi "i.niveiMU Standard.
At I1AUULAY 11KOS.
HEW GOOIDS JTTST KECBIYBD
; to tiu:
CITY" BOOT AND SHOE STOIIE.
BOOTS .A. IN" 3D SHOES
MR. A . BLACK,
Having enlarged nnd hainKemcly rrllttcd hU More, now olfers to the titlhlle, the flnent and
prohiihly the target and nio-t eomjilcte stock nf llooU and Shoes in the city; to which he
Invite the e.irelul lu-peetion of every hoot and shoe weurcr, guaranteeing to please ev
ery one In regard to price and style.
Ills 'lock which It jut received U complete in every department: offering to the
trade n better line of K)ds than cter befurv, with many indticemento in regard to price
in inc purciufcr.
FOB T DEC IE HOLIDAYS.
He has on hand a line line ot children's shoes of every style, quality und color, eon
PEARL CUER, FRENCH KID,
BUTTONED TA11PIEH, FOXED POLISH, ETC.
He particularly call" attention to his han'liomo lino nl I.udlei' and Mimes' shoes and
slipper.', In which he has ulwaysh.nl the reputation of excelling; is the tine. t and most com
plete he ha ever had, consisting of every quality, style and cut appropriate for the com
lort ol thlsKM'on,
Al'o, tho laruo stock of gentlemen's, youths' and boys' hooH, which .Mr. Black prides
lilm-eir is the tlnest selectlnu In the city, und enables him to supply a want long felt by
the gentlemen In this city, the ability to purchase a custom made boot or shoe for about
one half price paid to city shoemakers. No gentleman wanting a tine fitting custom
made boot, either made to measure or from store, should fall to see his stock. .
tSfOlr. Blaclfj is the sole agent for Jlcssrij. Brolaski & Co., whose goods he
keeps only, and lie warrants every pair.
COHNKK EIGHTH STKEET AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
November 18, IB-1,
On tho corner or 12th street nnd Washington
nveuuo, opposite Jlullctlii oiUcc.
MONDAY, NOVEMIH5K 18, 1872.
Tuition irrun J2 to S20 per teiin.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 1 EACH.
No pains will he spared to make It
to all rniiecnicil,
N.T. CURTICE, Director. '
Teaehcr of Voe.il, Orpin and I'lano Music.
.1. M. RODENllAUOlI,
Teacher nf Wind and Stiluj; Instruments.
(Sen elrcnlar.) 11.11 tf.
II. .M. JlUliEN,
Al 1 lt(J II A N I) IS E U It O Iv E It ,
I'tirehaslns lor .Merchants u speciality.
Onicoi 110 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, IW-S.
JSTlteferencfH, (.'aim Jlerehants,
II. T. UEItOULJ);
STEAM AND GrAS FITTER
(is Kilter'n nii'l I'lumber's material, Wood
puini , HHic HIM RIIKIH VlllVOH, slop
iisn aqbnt roa
l iiltu llrottmrx liIent Ory On Mete r
inil Mcreiioiiiio, Wells St Oo'h Automntlo Wstu
lnillcMor iiiltiiipily Valve lor steam boilers.
WIHTCU'H ULOCX, OOUUKBOIJ.L-AVKXPE
HOME TIRz-A-IDEl I
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. Louis.
HOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Cornet1 Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
Itr. ANK HOOKS of everv description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds. of
ruling donu ut short notice, Ulblcs, Music,
.Magazines and Periodicals bound neat ami
at the lowest po-slble rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
Fee Hooks, lllanks, etc., made a ipeclallty'
lloxcs, l'oeket Rooks, Envelopes, etc.,
made to order. 11.34 tf.
NEW LIVERY STABLE"
I1KTWKBN WAHII'N AVKNUK AND WALNUT
Dr. II. K, KIcI'Im Informs tnn publlo that he lint
; V F. n V .V T A 11 L E,
on tln norlhnett eido nf Tenth street as name
Ills HihMch will bo fiunlslie'l with noon but tho
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and tho public may ho accommodated at al
hour' of the day and night with safe teams
mi tho lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share orpuhllcpatronagi
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dcalln
ami sii ici aiicmioii 10 uusiness.
HENKY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GHAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every stylo, plain and ornament!.
Particular attention paid to Glass Gliding
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frescoe and
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. AU work I ti
trated to my care will be promptly au
tended to. Shop In Perry House, corner t
Commercial avenue and Eighth street.