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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1872.
LOCAL WEATHER KEFORT.
V. 8. Sio. 8m, Omuvm's OrricE,
Caiko, Dec 20, 1872, 10.11 p.m.
Barometer 30.41, and rising.
Maximum temperature, last 21 hour,
latl p.m., 18s.
Minimum temperature, lait 24 boun,
Very light mow falling.
TuouAt L. Watok, Observer.
Woon pumps, step ladder,, tklrt and
bread board, at Hallcy's. HMD-lm
Fouxd. A lady's glovo In Phil Satip'a
confectionery, which the owner may have
by calling at this office.
Chromoi ron tmk Holidays. The
finest in Cairo at Thomni' photograph eat
Noticc There will bo a regular meet
ine of the Qui Vive Colorle at their roomt,
on Saturday ovonlne. December 28. at 9
o'clock. A full atlondenco it requested,
Charlis It. KvLt, Secretary,
lit character of auotU and in ratio of
anetti to liabilities, tho National Lifo In
urance Company of the United States of
America i unexcelled.
CAsrER Yost, General Agent,
12-25 lOt. Cairo," 111
Notice it hereby given that I will pay
no billt for good, told to any of the cm
ployct of Tnr Cairo Bulletin, either
for thcmiclvct or for tho ute of the office,
unleto the tamo are furnished on an order
signed by Mr. Burnett or myiclf.
, 12-20-ly John n. OnEiar,
Go and ceo those bcautilul chromoi at
Thomat', they are tho flncit in Cairo. lie
makes the best that aro inado in Cairo, and
guarantee, satisfaction In all cases. Call
and tee sumilet of hit work nt hit gnllery
corner Eighth street and Commercial avo
nue. . 12-22-lOt
Best cooking stoves In tho market at
A. Halley's, No. 1C8, Washington avcnue.a
Married. By tho Rev. Fred. L. Thorn
son, at tho residence of the bride's father,
at Villa Kidcc. lilt.. Dcccmbor 20, Mr.
Vim. 8. Montgomery to Mist Emma M
Minmoii. xbo happy couple leu on a
tour to Ohio to visit friends.
Dr. Wakdner hat removed to the
rooms occupied by him for an office, over
D. Arter's Grocery atoro. Tho doctor't
family will occupy these roomt tempora
rily, tvbllo the finishing touches are being
put on bis rooms in bis now brick house,
which be intends making his residence,
1 2-25-1 w.
their Ice-houa with Ice from the Missis
The passenger train on the Illinois
Central, was an hour behind llmo yester
The editor of the Eighteenth con
gressional district, meet in convention in
this city to-day.
Tom Winter, who bas been'apending
a couple of months at Cincinnati, hat re
turned to Cairo looking well and hearty,
Harry Walkor remembered Th Bol-
lktik on Christmas morning and sent to
us a pitcher of his finest egg-nogg.
The Sclden Irwin troupo had a good
house Christmas night, Every teat in the
house was filled and there was no standing
The disastrous flro in Carbondalo last
night destroyed tho brick building block
rf Frank Chapman and thrco wooden
buildings, occupied by drug and millinery
stores. The entiru loss is said to bo $76,-
000, with about $23,000 Insurance.
A fine chromo, ''The Great Eastern
Passing tho N'cedlos," was presented to
Mr. Pink, agent of the American Unlcn,
Adams and Southern express companies,
on Christmas day. Tho employes of the
establishment woro tho donors.
Tho Sunday school services Intended
to be held at tho Church of the Redeemer
on Christmas day, wcro postponed until
January Cth, at which timo it is hoped tho
city will bo dilng its duty moro faithfully
than at present.
We turrender considerable spaco to
day to tho annual report of tho 11. S. B.
& O. railroad, by Mr. J. D. Smith. Tbo
paper It nn Interesting one especially to
to everybody who it alivo to tho rapid
growth and prosperity of Cairo.
Sowing machino undings of cvory
kind, such as needles, oil, springs, thuttels
bobbins, sailors, tuck-murkors, corJcri,
bcmmcri, oil cans, scrow drivert,wroncliet
and all difficult ports of tho machino
tli ut tvnar out Also self-acting rufllcrs,
tho best in use. All kinds of machines re
paired, Persons at n distanco can adjust
tho machino from tho stand, pack it in
box. or basket and tend by express. All
wor warranted. J. C. Carson
1C0 Commercial avenue, bolwccn Ninth
and Tenth streets. 12-15 lm.
A flat-boat loaded with fifteen thou
sand staves, belonging to Mr. A. F. llaller
burg of Mound City, night before 1at be
came detached, in soruo way or other, and
is now on its winding way to tho tunny
South. Mr. Hallerburg bas tolecraphed
lown tho river to have tho boat inter
A colored man, on Christmas day,
shooting at random, sent a ball through
tho window of Mrs. Marrion't houto. Dr
Gordon tat in tho room at the time, writ
ing a pretcription for a tick child. The
doctor was unhurt, but tbo ball wat dug
out of tho wall on tho opposite tide of tho
A celebrated lawyer of the last century
once very wittily and pointedly remarked
that "courts of law and courts of justice
were very different." At any rate it bat
been judiciously decided by tho highest
courtt of the country that the goneral gov
ernment hat no power to carry on a sys
tem of internal improvomontt, that powor
being rccognixed only in Parker's Com
pound Kxtract Buchu. For sale by all
For Sale. Lot No 9, and cottage and
lease on lot No. 10, block 40, city of Cairo
Lot No. 10 on which tho house stands can
also bo bought If dotlred. Tbo proporty
is situated on Tenth street (the only street
that extends across the city from the Ohio
to the Mississippi river), between "Wash
Ington and Walnut, it in a pleasant neigh
borbood and vory detirable for a residence
tf Tiie Bulletin Office.
Cheap Furniture Tho floating fur
niture warehouse of T. Ebert tc Brothor
of Liconis, Indiana, it now in harbor near
the stave and barrel factory above Thirty
fourth street. Our citizen! bave an oppor
tunity for bargaini In furniture of all
kinds, parlor and bedroom and kitchen,
and dealers can lay in a supply at great
advantage to themselves, as the firm offer
special inducements to the trade. The
boat will proceed on its way down the
river in three or four days, making all tbe
landings and giving the people opportuni
ties to buy their furniture at their own
Atueseum. On Christmas night Dion
Boucicault's beautiful drama of tho "Col
leen Bawu" wat presented by the Irwin
combination in grand style, and to a large
audlecce. Mr. Irwin as "Danny Man" was
most excellent, and Mrs. Irwin as "Eilly
O'Connor," won tbe hearts of all present
by her artistic rendition of thu pure and
simple Irish girl. Mr. Caldor wat good as
'Nyles NaCoppaloen.' Wo must not forget
to mention Miss Clara Bakor at "Kyrle
Daly," who acted with tplrit, and Mist
Marian Taylor at "Mrs. Cregan," both of
whom wcro admirable in their respective
roles. Last evening tbe evor popular com.
euy oi .no -serious raruuy " was pre
sented, and wo were sorry to see so small
an attendance, as tho play wat rendered
in an unexceptionable manner. To-nij-ht.
Mn. Irwin will be tbe recipient of a bene-
fit, and we fuel assured that tho house will
be crowded, as the fair beneflclare richly
deserves such a compliment, both at an
actress and a lady. The bill to be pre
sented will bo llulwer Lytton's beautiful
play of "The Lady of Lyons" and the
farce of "The Omnibus."
A year in Jollet docs not seem tohavo
had a reformatory effect on Paler Mag
nolia, who bas bloomed for that time in
tho state penitentiary. Peter was sent to
that institution for allowing a strong de
sire to possess Pat Modeler's watch to
overcomo bim. Christmas day he had an
itching palm for a hand full of John Cur
ran's loose change, which was piled up
temptingly behind the counter. Peter
possessed himself of the change, and
found himself in tho hands of tho officers
of tho law soon after.
Toys, notions and fancy goods. Tho
host and cheapest place to get your toys
and fancy goods, i, on Commercial ave
nue, botwoen Ninth and Tenth streets
No. 166, as wo keep toys the year rouni
and toll at regular prices. Wo aro just in
roceipt of a now and fresh lot of goods
among which Is a fino assortment oi'
Christmas tree ornaments, which wo roll
to churchos and other instltutioni at cost
prices. J. O. Carjon,
No. 15C, Commercial avenue, between
Ninth and Tontli streets.
Ladies will And at Burger's, 1-U Com
mercial avnnue, fancy goods of all kinds,
selected with especial reforenco to tbo hol
iday season j men and boys will find all
kinds of boots and shoes, and ladies' and
misses' shoo that will give porfoct satis
faction. Mr. Burger has also drest goods
shawls, skirts, furs of all kinds such as
minks, sables, etc.; all new, just roceived
from tho East, and now being sold at vory
low prices at figures reducod to meet tbo
demands of the holiday trade, so that the
nlrablo penny may bo turned inttcad of
tbe slow dollar. Call and soe for your-
for the manner in which tho
affairs and business of the road have boon
managed and attended to. While some
little of this praise may belong to me, it Is
a fact that cannot be questioned, that R
greater share belongs to tho clorkt of theso
offices whoso efficiency and attention to
business bave earned it."
Tho Captain's speech was about thirty
minutes long, and at its close ho led tbe
company to bis residence where, with mu
sic, wine, etc., sevoral pleasant hovrs wero
Tbo presents woro procured in St. Louis.
Tho whip cost $40 and the gauntlets $35.
It wat a token of respect of which Capt.
Jat. Johnson it well worthy, and fools
uslly, very proud, but ho declares it shall
not cause him to troat bis old friondt, Dr.
Dunning, and Capt. Ilambleton of Mound
City, in any mnnnor other than as hereto
foro. At to how he will act towardt Capt
Dugan, Ike Walder and Itcxford, bo bat
not yet fully decided. .
ST. JOHN'S DAY.
A. I'. A A. Ml
CAIKO LODGE, No. 237,
DELTA LODGE, No. 508
Will celobrato St. John't Day.
December 27, 1872, A. L. 6S72.
Tho exorcises will commence at 7 o'clock
p. in. prompt, at Masonic Hall, nt which
llmo and piaco tbo officert of Cairo and
Delta Lodges, and of Cairo Council will
bo installed for tho cnsulni: year. Tho In
stallation of officers to bo followed bv
short addresses, after which a banquet will
be partaken of.
All Masons, whether resident or visiting,
together with their families or ladles, arc
most respectfully invited to attend.
Per order of Lodge,
J AMErt A. Piiillis, Sec'y Delta Lodge.
B. F. Hlakb, Sec'y Cairo Lodge.
CHRISTMAS.and at No .12 Eighth strcct,N a
complcto stockof Holiday goods In the fol
lowing line : Groceries, Fruit nnd Toys
some of wlil-h aro London Layer nnd Seed
less RuMm. Xante Current!'. Citron, Sweet
nnd Boiled Cider, Apple Butter, Mince Meat.
Apples, Orange. Lemon, Fig. Nut and
Candle, (mixed by ourselves); Skates from
New "York club. Toy Bedsteads. Wacom
Carts, Perambulators, Wheelbarrows and
Hobby Horse. California and other Canned
FrultH oi the best brands, in large variety.
Cunued Kills. Bottled good. Shaker Pre
serves and Jellies. Fireworks, etc., etc., at
JOHN B. PI1LLIS & SOiN,
(Successors to John D. Phlllli,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TENTU-ST. ami OHIO LEVE
OA! HO, ILLS).
WOOD RITTENIIOU3E & 1)110
General Commission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVKE,
Our Home Advertisers.
City National Bank Bnlldlsir.
aSpocisl attention paid to orders lrom fleam
hn4t night ordsv
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholesale anil ltetll Uroccr,
Has on hand at nil time Vegetable, Fruit t,
uutter anu Egg?, i.aru.
Hokey, Tropical Fruits, Etc., Etc,
tSTAH goods Warranted Fresh, and sold
at small l'roiiu
N. B. Parcel delivered to any part of the
cuy to uuhiomers.
WIST SIDE COMMERCIAL AVE., BETWEEN
l'tll AND 18lll HTREETS.
12-23-lf CAIIIO. ILLINOIS.
GEORGE D. WILLIAMSON,
AND DEALER IK
Oncn day and nlcht lor thu accomodation
35TO. 7S OHIO liE-VEIE
KEEi'your doors and gates shut with
tbe Dudly spring from U alley's.
.Sheriff Irvin is home again.
Christmas was a rather dull day In
Tba Masonic fraternity banquet at the
St. Charles to-night.
Tbe steamer Illinois was two hours
behind lima yesterday afternoon.
County court, for criminal and pro
bat nutUr, convened yesterday,
Dickering for tkaUs is now tba prin
xJpal occupation of Impecunious boyhood,
Oturli FaucbUr s Co. art filling!
n.VE lot of box stovos fur churcbe
and school-bouses, cheap at Ilalloy's.
A FORTY DOLLAR WHIP.
CAPT. JAMES JOHNSON'
Early on Christmas morning, Mr.
James Johnson, agent of the Illinois Cen.
tral railroad In this city, was called to tho
oulco cf the stono depot by a message
from bis chief clork. Ho found all the
clerks of tho dopot and wharfboat, Capt.
Jra&e or tlio IlollclMemphls, nnd Ci.pt
Jones, agont of tho Nntionul and Star
Union lixos, assembled to rocievo him.
Having frequently during hit lifo been
made tho victim of tome of tbo most prac
tical of practical Jokes. Cant. Jonnton
passed just insidd tho door, and gazing up
on tbo assemblage from under hit cap, out
u me cornor oi ono eye, calmly awaited
tno result with a look of resignation
wuicu wouui n avo uono credit to
a martyr, one of tho clerks thon, ad-
vancud, and with u neat little address,
presented Cuptaln Johnson with a gold
and ivory mounted riding whip, nd an
elegant pair of gauntlets. On rocelving
them, tl.o Captain said s ''Well, boys, this
itaecmeuiy tlio worst horto-whlpplng
ovor received in my llto, and I Lave
tcarcely words wherewith to express the
feelings it occasions. It Is m aurprltlng
so me, at n it agreeehle, and a tokeu of ro
oiwbiii jut wuicu i am vory
graioiui. no nave uean associated logstb
er many oi ui, a number of years. From
tbo officers of tbe road, and many others, I
Uvo frtjqutntly received compliments
Must be sold at onco for cash at
prices that bavo never been
heard of before,
TO-DAY, DECEMBER 24
Especial bargains in
DOMESTICS AND PRINTS.
Wo will sell
25 per cent, less than cost.
At half price,
IDLE WILD MILLS
Corner Twenty-second street nnd Ohio
SUI'EIUOK STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowpht lnarkc
pnee. Alio a goou amae in
Very cheap. Leave ordor at IIAI.I.IDAY
UltOTHEUd, or apply nt the Ull.
An opportunity is offered tbo good peo
ple of Cairo to buy goods at lliolr own
prices, and the salo will continue tor ono
THE LARGE STOCK OF $50,000 00
Mutt bo sold by Jan, 1, 1873.
Blum & Amson.
THE lETEW SYSTEM.
GROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
i'RICKS FOR CASH.
AT II. C. TUIELECKE'S STORE
WASHINGTON AVENUE, liRTWEEV TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
5C 'bs. DRY Cuba Sugar for - - - ?5 0
91 ti it ii u ... l 00
CI lbs. A coffco SuRar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 ' Prime Rio Coffeo for - - 1 OC
3J " Choice " " - - 1 OC
3 " Old Government Java - - 1 OC
Teas and otbor staple and fancy Qroco
rlet equally as cheap.
Goods new and full weight given. Call
And Dealer in
VEGETABLES. FRUITS, EGGS, LARD
FRESn BUTTER, ETC.
J3T All Goods warranted frch, and sole
the lowest prices.
Cornor Oth St. andCommorclalAvo.
ST. NICHOLAS j
HARRY "WALKER & CO., Prop'rs.
This house Is newly fitted up with two
And two line
JENNY LIND TABLES
Tho saloon Is stocked with the Bot
aro compounded in tho most approved style
JSTComo and ee for yourself. IF1
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND UOL
are spread morning and evening nt 10
o'clock, at which ull aro invited to partici
pate frco of charge.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS I
At wholesale and retail, stowed, fried,
broiled and baked, raw and on the liulf.Kliell,
by the can, ki box or barrel, at Harry
walker's St. Nlehola rcMuurunt on Com
merclal avenue. Oj ttm In cvrry kty.o ut
all hour day or night. Harry Wolkerpro
sides over the culinary department. As a
caterer ho has no equal, uud Harry's cut
touiers can always bo otsurud ot a wurm
meal at any hour of tho day or night, thut
wul meet the requirements and please thu
taste of Ute most fastidious.
MRS. M o 0 E E,
On Eighth Strict, tawrai Commercial nd wh
nxlon Ateuuoi, is dl!r reuelvlnt
NEW MILLINERY (JOOD3
LATEST FALL AND WINTltU STILE
HriHfl i lull I no of
33Or0TETS &c HATS
1rimmi'l ami unttininod.l
FUr.NC.l l'LOWKItl'. llllimiNH, TUIMMINO
of nil Mntlr. I.MUeSt do., etc.
Mrs. McOon linn lo Assortment o
Kur.cy Articles, such as
NECK Tl.W, COM.AR.i, UNIKnPLEKVnS,
HUKKS, BASluL-, FANS,
An l nil olhrrnrticlrs uitmllj' Innnit In
FIKST.ULASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrc. McGi'o, In ml 1 1 it Ion to lmr stock of
Fancy nnd Millinery (!ood, han linanucniid
complcto nnrtmt'iit nf Cincinnati l'titoin
Made lidlcx' and MI"eV Mme anil Chll
druiii' Hoots Black and in Colori, Tliccr
aro acknowledged tn bo the llnot and bc-t
&hoct in the market, mid IliN in thu only
ptaco In thu city that makc tlicm u piTlalty.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swandcr, Intcndln- tn remote
to Kentucky, dcMir to illpoM of her large
uud elegant stock nl
ML X Xj Xj I jLST E3 12, 3T
Imim-dlately. In older to faclllltatc the ntU'
ot lier cnoiN, Mrs. Jnclon hai dcteriuliird
to oiler the
ENTIRU STOCK AT COST
And hit lies tho 1 idles of Cairo and ti-' '.tt
to call on her If they dilro good bargain .
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The mo-tni'thi iii bavins been clectcd flom
thu late fall sttles, hclico tho I idle hate a
rare opportunity to purchase new and lh
tollable millinery ut cost price. The t'ick
con.-ti ol ImH tibboii", llnucr-, bo.irt,
ladles iiiulcrttear. etc.. etc. II-:!' I i"
HY-LANI) '& SAL'Elt,
AND IiKALKHB IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street nnd Commercial nvcuuj
next door to the ilyl.iud kjIooii.
11-1C tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND LlillH IN
FRESH M liAT,
Kiohtii Stbket, Bktwee.v Wasiiinotoj.
and Comsjkrcui. Avkni:e8,
AilfolnlOK Kl'tenhoiian nnl l!niijr'
Kci the tt or Drnt, I'ork, Mul'oa Veal
Lnmb, SiiuKC, etc., -ml r prrp-iml tunrtf
Gitisfln In the mont aoCftptMlili munnir.
BUTCniCR ANII DEALKK IK ALL KlNIlS 0
COKNKR NlNETKNTII AND l'OI'LAIt ST3.,
Buys nnd (.laughter only tho best caltb
hogs and xheep, and is prepared to till an)
demand for fresh meat from one pound ti
ten tlinimnd potiniK
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable farm within seven miles o:
Metropolis, on the Joncnbom ltoad, consist
in:; of '.'no acrci with CO acres cleared am
other Improvements, now owned and lorm
erly oceiiplcd, by J. T. Reiiulu.
TERJlb. Ono-fourth down balanco In
one, two and three years notes secured bj
uiortL'age, with six per cent, interest.
N. 11. Tho timber is good nnd hai nevet
been culled and no timber will be permlttei'
o be cut or used, except what Is necearj
lor the wear and tear oi tho place, until ultc.
the second payment Ins been made.
For inloruiatlon apply to
n-itr ciim, iik.
T II E
CAIRO PRICE CURRENT
DAYS OFISSUETUK3DAYAND FRIDAY
Olllce In the lliillctiu Iliilldlii, corner of
Twelfth St. uud Washington ato.
1'nrnUlioil In ijnantltliH to suit nibvcrili
crs, with tliclr card at the bead of thu lirst
column: Price 3 per hundred, payable
tSrl.eavo orden on moriilii; oflsuc.
si i svt: i.i.a m:o vs.
OA I'E GIRARDEAU AND ILLIM).
Commorcial-av., Foot of Elovonth-nt.
Bast quality of Llmo and Omnont nl
ways on hand, and for salo nt tho
vory lowest ilgurns for cash.
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eiaimi Sr., Br. Com. it Wash.,
Has Just opened a now and stylUh estab
lishment, fully up to tbo times, and Invites
old customers uud new, ladieH, children and
all, to favor lilm with their patrouagr.
1ST All work dono in tho Latest St j Ic
WUUD I WOOD I I YYUOD I I
The untlersigneil will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa t'tteap, II not Clieuper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leavo order
on thu slates at the Postoulco and at llos
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good measure and will cord the wood
up If desired.
auglO-tf DENNIS HA LEY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
7-i OHIO L1.V R
Ttnf nil niwl 1
lIH BRUSHEsJRy STUFFSjH O
Id BJ COSMETICS BEaPAINTCRSlBSR C
X flHR TILCT EIS tBIAljB o
iii n ii i i j ,
j ' '
ur cliamo nnd rabbit ski
lor weak luiifrs.
At BARCLAY BROS.
I Oil SORE THROAT,
Prepared nnd sold
II v IIAltf'r.AV lilinu
And lll-lnfi ctiintii lor Stable
At BARCLAY BROS.
I IIMVI'V HIM- l
ii I'nlivi! tMi'iii
And I'ul t iTp.-iI filaiidai'd.'l
At BARCLAY BROS.
11 -JIM I.
UBW C3-003DS JTJST EEOEIYBD !
CO to tui:
CITY BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
MR. A . BLACK,
ITa-1s. nml Imnrlttmntt rn(tii ltlis ctnro nntV nlfir tn I lift ntlhllf tlls (fnf flflrf
probably tho (.injcnt and inot eoniiilcte ktock of lloot and Shoes In Uic city; to which h
int lten tlio careliil inpecilon oi every ooot aim mioo wearer, uaruiueciu to picaw t
itv mm In ri-iMnl to nrli'i- and xtvle.
' UN tocl which Hjn-t received is comilate in every department: otfering to tbe
trade u better lino of goodi than ever before, with many InduccmcnU in regard to prlco
to the purchaser.
FOE, THTE HOLIDAYS.
Ho lias on hand a line line ol children's shoes of every stylo, quality and color, con
PEARL CUER, FRENCH KID,
BUTTONED TAMPIER, FOXED POLISH, ETC.
lln ti-irilriit.irlf iall4.ittnntinii to hUhand-omc llnu ot I.adlct' and Mlsscx' shoes and
'Upper-, In which lie ban always h id tho reputation urcxccllin:;; U the tincitand most com
nleto h ban overbad, conUtliii of every quality, style and cut appropriate for the com-
tort oi tiuskeuMin
AIo, the Linro stock of KentlemonN. youths' and boys' booti, which Mr. Black prides
himself Is the tincH -election In tho city, and enable! lilm to supply u want lonj; felt by
the Kentlenienln this city, tin! ability to purcluo n custom mule lioot or shoo for about
one half price p lid to city nioemaKcr. .-so gcnucinaii naming n miu uuiiig cuswui
made boot, either undo to measure or lrom store, suoum un to see his hiock.
JCy.Mr. Black, h tlic solo agent for Messrs. Brolaski ifc Co., whose goods he
keeps only, and he warrants et cry pair.
CORN Hit KIOHTII STRKKT AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
Ktabllshcd, November IS, 1S72.
On the corner of 12th fcti cct and Washington
avenue, opposite llullclln olDcc.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 187J.
Tuition lrom f 2 to f 20 per term.
IN CLASSES OP 1 TO 1 EACH.
No palni will be spared to mako It
to all concerned.
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Or(,ran and Piano Mudc.
J. M. RODKNBAUGH,
Teacher of Wltd and String Jnsiruinoiits.
(Sco elrcnlai.) 11-11 tf.
II. M. I1ULEN,
E R J II A N 1) I S E B 11 0 K E R ,
Piirchacing lor Merchants a speciality.
Olllco: 110 Ohio Lovco, CAIRO, ILLS.
CUrilcfercneos, Cairo Mcrclinnts,
II. T. UEHOULD;
STEAM AKD GAS FITTER
Ou Fitter's anil llumtr's matensl. Wood
iuui , pone nun nn.n vsir.ii, atop
sun ioiKt rou
1'iifta Ilrotttsra I'utent Iry Oitn Holfi
AuJ Mureuoube, Wells It Go's Automslio Wst
Indloutur and upjlr Valve for steam boilers.
VflNTlCU'H BLOCK, OOUUJtlWlAL-AVBsrrB
J. C. II U ELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Comer Twelfth street and Commercial Avo
BLANK BOOKSof every description done
with ucutueM ami dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at Miort niitlco. Iilhlcs, Music.
Magazines and Periodicals bound neat and
at tho lowcut po-Mlilo rates.
Comity work', such us Records, Dockets,
Feu Bonk-. Blanks, etc., made a fpccisllty
Poxes, Pocket Hooks, Envelopes, etc.,
made to p'-i'ir. 11-21 tf,
K E VVLIVE RITTaBXE
I1KTWKKN WABU'N XVKNUB AND WAtNUl
Dr. II. K, Fields Informs tne puUle tbst be has
on tho norttict side of Tenth street as namo
illuHtnblK will he furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and tho public may bo accommodatod at al
hours of tho day and night with safe teams
on tho lotvebt terms.
Dr. Fields nsks a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fulr dealing
uud strict attention to business.
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every stylo, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Gliding
Orders solicited for Scenery, Irescoo ana
FANCY GLASS SHOW OAilDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work lit
tnted to mv eara will ba nrasnntly at
tended to. 8hop in Perry Bbuaa. coruar I
Commercial avenue and mf Uk NTNt