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THB CAIRO DAIL
BtJtITOATORDATf DECEMBER 23, 187
roilwllf MM, IHMkl
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. 8. Sio. St , Ommvh'i OrriOK,
(Ujo, Dec 27, 1872, 10.11 p.m. J
Barometer 30.67, and itallonarr.
Jtfiilraura temperature, hit 24 bouri,
3 p mj 53.
Minimum temperature, lut 24 hour,
6 turn., 7.
Thomas L. Watoj, Obierver.
Wood ptimp, tep Udder, skirt and
bread boardi at llalley'a. 12-19-lm
Found. A ledy'i glovo in Fbit Sup'i
confectionery, which the owner may have
by calling at thla office.
CHiiouoa tob tui Uolidats. The
finest in Cairo nt Thomas' photograph cal-
Notice. Thero will bo a regular meet
Injj of tho Qui ViTe Cotorlo at their rooms,
on Saturday evening, December 28, at 8
o'clock. A full attendenco is requested.
Ciutais It. Ktl, Secretary.
Loit. On Washincton avenue, bo'
tween Col. Taylor's offlco and The Bul
LiTtM office, a gold ring with sots in It.
The finder will be liberally rewarded by
leaving the samo at ttockwcll's book store.
In character of aisetts and In ratio of
asietts to liabilities, the National Lifo In
surance Company of tho United States of
America is unexcelled.
Cabfkr Yost, General Agent,
12-25 lOt. Cairo, Ills.
Notice is hereby given that I will psy
no bills for goods sold to any of tho em
ployes of The Cairo Bulletin, either
for themselves or tor the use of tho office
unlese the samo aro furnished on an order
signed by Mr. Burnott or myself.
12-EO-ly John H. Obkrly.
Oo and teo those bcautilul 'chromos at
Thomas', they aro tho finest in Cairo. Ho
makes tho best that are rasdo in Cairo, and
guarantees satisfaction In all cases. Call
and see samples of his work at bis gallery
corner Eighth street and Commercial ave
Best cooking stoves In tbo market at
A. LTalley't, No. 1C8, 'Washington avcnue.a
Dr. Waruner has removed to tho
rooms occupied by him for an offlco, over
D. Arto'r's grocery store. Tho doctor's
family will occupy these rooms tempora
rily, whilo the finishing touches are being
put on his rooms in his now brick bouse,
which ho intonds making his residence
pa over to Elisabeth SonoBeld too sum
of S777 00, the balanea da according to
the appraisement bill, etc.
In the matter of tha estate of John
Hamilton, deceased, adralnlstratrii's re
port approved, and three month's time1
granted to make a final report of said estate.
In the matter of the estate of Wm.
Dougherty, deceased, It appearing that
there were no assets of the estate, It was
therefore ordered that the administrator
be discharged from all further liability on
payment of costs in this causo, and that
the clerk Issuo a feo bill.
Fredorick Spell vs. Nicholas Hun-
sscker, administrator of the estate of Na
poleon Blodget, deceased, continued to
Cairo Is still tho head of navigation.
There was no ice yesterday In the
Ohio river at this point,
Fisher Conly, colored man, died
yesterday of small-pox. Conly lived and
died In the barracks.
Business on tho leveo was lively yes
terday, and our commission merchants
were kept stirring.
The Rough and Riady Fire company,
give a ball on New, Year's ovo at Scheel's
hall. Keep it before the people.
Business has received a now impetus
sinco the decline of the epizootic. Things
look lively and business men are happy.
Thero Is a bridge of ice over tbo Alii-
iislpci river at Greenfield's, and people
are crossing the Father of Waters daily.
Messrs. Orr & Linton have dropped
their wharf-boat the Alico Dean, down
opposite tho platform between Eighth and
John Cahil, a-well-known Irish cilU
ion of Cairo, a resident linco 1850, died
at his residenco in this city Thursday
ight, of pneumonia.
-A number of the editors and newspa
per proprietors of Egypt culled on The
Bulletin yesterday. Of course Tux
Bulletin was glad to sco them.
Prof. Slayer's brass band, which ac
companies tho Seldcn Irwin troupe, dis
coursed good music on tbe street yester
day, In Perry Powers' band wagon,
Through tho kindness of Mr. Thomas
, Watson, signal-service observer at this
station, we are enabled to present to the
readers of Tiik Bulletin, a local weather
-Tho ball for tho benefit-of tho Ger
man school on rnursaay nignt was a
very pleasant affair. Tho number In at
tendance wns large and all enjoyed them
It is generally bellovcd that thero Is
now very little small-pox in the city. The
rcquency with which the small-pox
hearse is seen on the streets, however, docs
not tend to confirm tbo belief.
Masonic Installation. The officers
of Lincoln lodge No. 5, for the year of
1873, were Installed at tho Washington
hall last night, after which a banquet en
sued. Tbe following are the officers;
William T. Scott, W. M. ; Ruben Smith,
8. W.i John Bedford, J. W.j Harry
O' Brian, Scc'y.j Stephen Bradley, T.j
William U. Ilaratoo, T.
Harry O'Brian, Sec'y.
For Sale. Lot No 9, and cottago and
lease on lot No. 10, block 49, city of Cairo
Lot No. 10 on which tho houso stand can
alo be bought if doslreJ, Tho proporly
is situated on Tenth street (the only stteet
that extends across tbe city from tho Ohio
to the Mississippi river), betwoen Wash
ington and Walnut, is in a pleasant nei;h.
borbood and very desirable for a rosldenco
tf The Bulletin Orricr.
What a vast change has come over the
system of medical treatment in tbe last
few years I A short time ago and deple
tion seemed to be tbe only method bleed
ing, blistering, cupping, purging, etc.
but now, how different. Tbe system of
depletion bas almost disappeared, and we
find tonics and strengthened taking its
place. Build up, instead of pull down
still further, the dilapidated constitution.
Of all tbe array of restoratives none sur
passes Parker's Compound Fluid Extract
flucbu in its Invigorating properties. It
will restore tbe shattered constitution, in
vigoraie me mind and impart a rest to
life which tbe poor invalid had thought
departed forever. Sold by all druggists
County Court Judge Bross, presid
ing; J. O. Lynch, County Clerk; P. H
Pope, County Attorney.
Tbe people Vs. Charley Mitchell, col-
orcd, charged with stealing a packago of
coon skins, valued at f 5 00. Defendant
was fined $10 and costs of prosecution
and sentenced to twenty days imprison
roent in the county Jail and that he stand
committed until said fine and costs are
In the matter of the estate of Robt
Bribacb, deceased, report examined, ap-
proved and recorded, and that the admin
istratrix be charged with rent collected.
In the matter of the estate of Wm.
While, decoased, the administrator sub
mined tils unal report. Action thoroon
wm continued till next torm of this court
In tho matter of the guardianship of
a. j. jucn.ennie ano others, continued to
In tbe matter of tho guardianship of
uaroune iinenan, ana outers, minor heirs
oi John Linohan, deceased, report ap
proved ana recorded.
In the matter of tho guardianship of
nacnaei a. uoiaen ana others, continued
to next term.
In tbe matter of the guardianship of
Emily Uunsacker and others, same or
In the matter of the guardianship of
Louis Green, minor beir of John Green
deceased, U. Watson Webb, guardian
made a report which was approved and re
In the matter ot the guardianship of
Rob t. E. Derore, no report required by
former order untilrhe is of age,
Io tbe matter of the guardianship of
Wm. skBoMW, deceased, alminlstrator'a
report ap proved and recorded, tad that lie
The cold weather, or something olso,
contributed to tbe unwonted morality of
tbo city day before yesterday. No arreits
wero made and not a single case was up
beforo the police court yesterday.
Tho weather yesterday moderated ma
terially from tbe intenso cold of tho sev
ral previous days; tbo sun shone in i
clear sky and its rays, wherever they
reached tbe snow and ice, caused a very
Tho horse disease has about run its
courto in tbis city. The horses affected
having nearly all recovered. The usual
number of drays are on the streets, and
tho express wagons onco more gladden
the eyes of our people.
Noticeable among tbe many attrac
tlons at tho Thalia saloon is the steam
string band. This orchestra occupios a
position on ono ond of tbe counter, and
whilo the many friends of Mr. Jaeckel
drink his health, above the jingling of tbo
glasses ;an bo beard this littlo band dis
coursing tbe sweetest of music.
At a meeting of Alexander Lodge I
0. O. F., held at tbo hall in this
Ity, Thursday night last, tbe follow
ing officers woro elected for the ensuing
term of six months from January 1st,
vir..: A. B. Safford, N. G. ; A. Comings,
V. G.; J. H. Robinson. Rec. See. ; C. Oi
terlob, Treasurer; F. Bross, J. T. Rennie,
0. R. Woodward, 0. Lame and Scho-
Reports from different sections of the
country prove the present to bo one of tho
coldest winters for many years past. In
many places tbe mercury bas stood twenty
degrees below zero, and in some forty dc
grees below. In Cairo, tbe weather bas
been continuously colder for tbe last week
than vrai ever known before, even to the
'oldest inhabitant," we believe. Tbe Ice
which formed in tbe river on tbo night of
tho 21st has not yot commenced to thaw.
At a meeting of a numbor of the ed
itors and publishers of the Eighteenth
congressional district, convened by call
of Mr. F. R. Waggonor, of tho Pulaski
Patriot,' and held in the editorial rooms
of Tue Bulletin yesterday, business of
importance to tbo "craft," but of little
present interest to the public, was trans
acted. Tbe ineoting adjournod to convene
again at Springfield on tbe 10th of Janu
sewing machine tindings of every
kind, such as needles, oil, springs, shuttols
bobbins, castors, tuck-markers, cordon
hammer), oil cans, screw drlvers,wrcncbes
and all difficult ports of the machine
that wnar out Also self-acting ruflk-rs,
tbe best in use. All kinds of machines re
paired. Persons at a distanco can adjust
tbo roacbino from tho stand, pack it in
box or basket and send by express. All
wor warranted. J. 0. Carson,
ICQ Commercial avenue, between Ninth
and Tenth streets. 12-15 lm
That was an unkind blow dealt by
the gontlo Uavla of tho 'Sun,' when ho
said: "Wagonnorot the Pulaski 'Patriot,
is running tbo concern" meaning by
"concern," me euitonsi convention. Why
can't Davis, when be trys, ho poll to 7
Haven t we been diligent In our attempt)
to correct the shortcomings of deport
ment and conduct acquired by him whll
resident of Cirbondale? And haven'
we repeatedly told him that it is dl
courteous to Insult the guest within his
own doors? But, wo bavo patience. We
do not despair. He will, we are sure,
finally understand how necessary it Is to
be gentlemanly on such occasions.
We kave it; we have It that curlou
little Jug, sent to us on Christmas day by
Xlrkpatrick of tbe famous Anna pottery.
It is a hoggish littlo jug, but unique in
tbe workmanship even to the handle. It
presents to the eye a railroad map of Illi
nois, and recognizes the fact tbat Cairo
is one of the Important places of tbo coun
try. And then, wbat has added to tho
valuo of tbo unique jug in the estimation
f the drinking, irreligious man of Tuc
Bulletin, is the excellent peach brandy
with wbich Stockfloth filled it before it
came into our hands. Our brandy
sampler" says it is tbe best peach brandy
he ever tasted, and we know, of our own
personal knowledge, that be bas drunk
enough of that kind of liquor to float tho
steamer Great Republic. Thereforo
Kirkpatrick and Slockfleth both have our
Ladles will find at Burger's, 144 Com
mercial avenue, fancy goods of all kinds,
elected with especial referenco to tho hol
iday season ; men and boys will find all
kinds of boots and ahnes, and Indies' nnd
masses' shoes that will glvo porfect atls)
faction. Mr. Burger has nlio dross goods
shawls, skirts, furs of all kinds such as
minks, sables, etc.; all new, just received
from tho East, and now being sold nt vc-ry
low prices at figures roducod to meet tho
demands of tho holiday trade, so that tbo
nimble penny may bo turned instead of
tho slow dollar. Call and sco for your
Toys, notions and fancy goods. Tho
best and choapest placo to get your toys
and fancy goods, Is on Commercial ave
nue, between Ninth ond Tenth streets
No. 160, as wo keep toys tho year round
pd soil at regular pricoi. Wo aro just in
receipt of a now and fresh lot of gooJs
among which is a fine assortment of
Christmas troo ornaments, which we sell
to churches nnd other institutions nt cost
prices. J. 0. Carson,
No. 150, Commercial avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth streets.
The 'Valley Clarion, tho goodlooklng
editor of which lively sheet was in tho
city yesterday, stands manfully by tho fill-
owing fortunes of the decaying vlltagoof
Chester, and wishes to bo informed of any
advantage Cairo has over that villHgo ns
an iron manufacturing centre. Ho asks
for wbat be has. Such (information may
bo found on each hand. Cairo has advant
age of every kind possessed by no city in
tho West, and docs not regard a littlo out-of-the-way
villago like Chester as a rival
n any senso. Chester may bavo been a
good sort of a town long ago, but it lacks
vim now. It is "a city on a hill," nnd
a city of that kind is only good fcr orna
ment to decorate a landscape. In sum
mer tho Mississippi is too low to allow
boats to land at tho bluff of Chester, nnd
in winter tho ico blockado locks tbo river
from tbo use of tbo city. In fact, tho only
way to get into Chester, during the greater
part of the year, would bo to railroad it to
tho Miisonri shoroopposlto tho town and
then ferry it over in lighulrnught skids.
Such an arrangement would never do for
an iron manufacturing ccntro. Chester
this port, and traoklaying from this end of
the road will be commenced before many
The Continental will likely commence
loading this morning foY Now Orleans.
A dispatch rocelved from Memphis yes
torday stated tbat tbe Ice had sunk tbo
stoAmor Bella of Plko, nnd played havoc
with Brown & Jonos' coal yard. No par
ticulars could be learned.
City Nntlonal Bnnk Building.
MjSpecial attention paid toonlora Irom Meam
boati nlclit onUv
A fink lot of box stoves for cburche
and school-houses, cheap at Uallcy's.
Steamer J. N. Phillips, Nashvillo
11 Illinois, Columbus
Steamer Funny Lewis, Vicksburg
" Illinois, Columbus
CONDITION OP THE RIVERS.
Hero tbe Ohio ii swelling slowly. The
rlso from the Cumberland bas about had
its run, nnd that stream falling again
Below here tbe river is in a good condi
tion, with tho exception of a littlo ico at
Randolph. Tbo Mississippi is frozen solid
for some miles above bore, and people
have nvalled themselves of tho opportu
nity of walking over and back, just to
have it said tbat they walked "across the
Mississippi river at Cairo," which is cer
tainly an unusual occurrence, and the
cause of its being frozen over now, muy bu
attributed to tbo big rise In tbe lowor Ohio
river, which has backed up tho Missiislp
pi for several miles, and bas formed slack
water. Greenfield's ferry has been laid up,
and freight is taken over on sleds. At
Thompson's saw mill tbo ico is reported
mountain high, and looks liko a hugh ico
Spocial dispatches to Tiik Bulletin re
port tbo condition of tbo Mississippi and
Ohio rivers at various places.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business continues good on'and about
the levee, and now that thero is a good
stage of water to tho South, heavy con
signmeuis oi ireignt win arrive and go
Yesterday was a clear sunshiny day
and tbo atmosphere moderated considera
The towboat Wild Cat which was cut
down by tho ico Christmas morning op
posite Gallagher's mill, is nearly all under
water, and it is not known whether sho
can bo raised or not.
Tbo Illinois is now again making her
regular trips between here and Columbus
Tho towboat Warner did not go to her an
aistanco, as was reported.
Thero are quihi a numbor of boats duo
horo from tho South which aro detulncd
by the Ico.
A flatboat loaded with an assortod car
go and lying In front of Ualliday Brothers'
warehouses was cut clear by tho Ico
Thursday and the greater part of tho car
go Is badly damaged.
The Dexter had her cargo nearly com
plete last evening and Capt. McCord's in
Mntion was to leave somo timo during
tho night, alio may havo been detained,
Tbe Fannlo Lowls got away lato Thurs
day night with n splendid trip lor VIeks
burg and way landings.
quite a number of flatboats aro lyiuc
at Halliday Brother's warehouses loading
wun grain Uour for the south.
, The Mary Alico Is bringing up 2,339
bars railroad iron for tbo Cairo and St,
Louis railroad which will be unloaded at
Keep vour doors nhd catos shut with
tho Dudly spring from Uallcy's.
CHRISTM AS.nnd nt No 32 EIkMIi strcct.li a
complete stock of Holiday piods In the fol
lowing littox t Groceries, Fruit nnd Toys,
somo of wlil -li urn London Layer ami Heed-le-s
lt-iMn, into C'lirn-iits, Citron, Ptvcut
and Hollod Ciller, Apple llutti-r, Mince Meat,
Apple", Oranges, lAmoli, Klgs. Nuts nln!
Candle, (mixed by ourselves); Skates from
New York club. Tor llcditead. Wnsoni
Cart.", Perambulators, Wheelbarrows' ami
liouuy Horsed caniornia anil otner Canned
Fruits ot tho Ijc-4 brand". In l.ir-o varlctv.
Canned Klili. Bottled goodx, fchaker Pre
serves and Jcllle. Fireworks, etc., etc., ut
U1IISTOL& STILWKLL tl.
Thursday Uicnlng, Dec. 20th, 1ST2.
Tho extreme cold of tho last few dr.s
coupled with tho holidays, hns tended to
restrict transactions In grain liny nml
flour. Tho demand continues lively, and
sinco wo nro insured n clear river south
wo moy look for heavy business during'
tho next few weeks. Tho Mississippi i
clear of ico below but is frozon solid from
Cairo to St. Louis. Several largo steam
ers nro at tbo landing to-day, loading for
Memphis nnd New Orleans.
Grain is very plenty but not in excess
of tho demand,
Dealers find somo diflculty in filling or
ders for tho interior of tho south for want
of rail connection. Tho Mobile and Ohio
railroad is blocked up with freight and
has boen for several days.
Tho river is still rising fast, and there
is plenty of water henco to Now Orleans
for tho largest boats.
CtCorrcfpondents should bear in
mind that cur quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
othorwlso stated, and that in filling smnll
orders niner prices must bo pald.Of
FLO UK Very quint. Owing to tho
cold weather and tho holidays, very little
business has been dono this week. Prices,
aro unchanged and firm. Sties consist of
150 I bis various graces 4 CO to 8 00; 1
car various grades 7 60 to 9 00; 1 car
XXX G CO and 100 bbls various grades
0 50 to 0 10.
HAY Tho market Is good but tho ex
tremely cold weather makes it difficult to
handlu hay or get it on tho Lovto. A
number of cars uro on tho track above
tho depot, (somo of them have been there
several dy) waiting for tho weather to
moderate. Tho demand is activo fur all
kinds, but transactions are somewhat limi
ted. 3 cars choico timothy del sold nt
2425 00; C cars ordlnnry redtop 18 00
del; 1 car primo timothy del 22 00 and 3
cars choico mixed brought U224 00 de
livered. COP.N Unchanged; good order de
mand, but wo havo no very heavy transac
tions to report owing to tbo cold weather,
holidays and lack of shipping facili
ties to tho interior of tho soutb. Wo note
sales in bulk on truck of 2 cars whito 37e;
1 car yellow 31c; 2 cars and 4 cars whito
37o and 3 cars mixed 34c.
t'ales in sacks dellvored wero 2 cars
mixed on orders 45c; 1! cars do 41c and 1
car whito 47c.
OATS Prices romain tho samo as last
reported, tho remarks under head of corn
will apply to tbis market. Thero Is a good
order demand with n fair supply on hand.
Wo nolo sales in hulk on track of 4 curs
and 1 car at 27c. Sales in sacks delivered
wuro 4 cars ar.d 1 car nt 33c; 75 sacks 31c
and 2 cars at 33c.
COItN MEAL Tbo market continues
active, and well supplied, prices nro un
changed. 100' bbls k d sold ut 2 CO de
livered; 300 bbls "Evonlng Star" City
Mills s d sold at 3 CO; COO bbls s d del
2 CO nnd 200 s d del 2 55.
BUTTER Vory dull, market over
stocked, only a very choico articlo will
bring 25c Sties word 200 llx cholpo roll
222.ric; 5 boxes choico roll 21c; 3 tubs do
25c; C pkgs do 25c; 3 pkgs ordinary 15 to
20c; 10 pkgs choico 25, and 4 do medium
EGGS Markot fully supplied and
weak to-day. 33o Is tho outsidu figure,
tho demand has fallen off. 300 dozen sold
early at 35o and 500 dozon at 'S'2 to 35c
CUICKENS-Very dull, 15 boxes
dressed sold at 16c per pound and 10
dozon do 2 00 to 3 50 per dozon,
TURKEY." Dull; vory littlo demand
to- )a; plenty in tho market. 10 boxes
sold ut 15c per pound 200 lbs 15c; 200 do
12 Ja to 14c; 5 coops live turkeys sold at
10 00 to 13 00 per dozen.
Bit AN Quiet, very littlo doing.
CUEESE-10 boxes Now York factory
sold at 10c per pound.
PROVISIONS CO bbls mois pork sold
at 13 00 pur bbi and 4 casks clear siJts
DRESSED HOGS-Soll according to
size, from 4 to Sc. Wo noto sales of 3B
In a rotnll way ut 4 to Cc.
FRUIT All kinds aro quiot, nothing
doing, price nro unchanged.
WHEAT. Tho prices to day, reported
by tho City Mills, uro No. 1 White,
$1 76; No. 2 White, $1,06; Kod by
sample, $l 60 to I CO ; Mediterranean
$1 80 to 1 CO, Damp or tough wheat It
PLASTERING HAIR. 35o bushel.
LIME. In lots $1 25 to 1 CO V bbl.
CEMENT. At wholcsalo $2 25
2 CQ bbl.
ONIONS-Per bbl none
POTATOES-Pcr bbl 3 00 to 3J.
SACKS. Hcsowod Gunnies 18j10
Corn Burlaps, 2 Bus. Ea, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 Bushel, 21 cts. Oats
Burlap, 5 Bushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
lcs bni:, 35 to 38 cts each.
PROVISIONS. Sugar Cured Dams
plain lb. 10 to 17c
Clear Sides Bacon, ' 1212Jc;
Breakfast Bacon, 11fiW2c.
TEAS Imperial, 7&(M 2T ;
tier, iora)i uoiong 11,
UIIKKSE. New York
XT Ait flt-lo.tti. nOLu
aivh i ivun-( svtiy.-w
SEEDS. Tlniolh) S3 fK)3 75.
Red Top ifl 75 to 2 00. Clover
COFFEE Java, SS&SOc. ; I.ajrunyrn, 23
G'-MJ. Itlo, Prime to Choice, 'JJ to -JJlJc.
...ww.'.fcj. vsiiiiiiiwu iiuiiPL j." iiw.i:ii, i
60; Choice to Extra, $3 75 ; S. II. il 50
iii;ri-VA., ! Ili.'iOC.
SOAP. Schac.'ler'n (icnuaii mottled;
7e; Cliainpalcn m.ui, 71c.
TAl.I.Ow, V " 7c
mtilAlf f.irn,i A ltlA.intniA.rt....L
Powdered nml OratiulatudSiiKni- lit to 15c
L-lll'11,11'1, ... .!... . , - .
rni.nnii. V.UI vOinrCICU, 10
Nkw Yoiik, 8.V. ; to BoTON ?1 00. tTll
rntiitirptt.ntl. In 'mv Yriinf A1 it. i. It,,i.
TON. 1. '
FREIGHT TO ME.MPlUS.-yioui, 35c ,
Hay, ?.) 00 Corn H cvt.,'J0c. ; Oats, UOe.
40. ; hUkt-j , Wo. ; l.tiinl-ei, J 11. S7 00-
neavy ireiu'lit fi e.wt.,-.W.
-TO NEW ORLEANS. Flour V bbl, 75c. ;
!.V."." '" '. j -mmih-s, cue; roru, I W. ;
lilckv. ?l 00 j Hay Ion. 00; Com Vl
e.wt.. :)74e. ; Oat", 7je.; Tobacco i hhd
$5 00; Cotton V- bale, 81 W: Lumber l
M. 10 00. Heavy freight. cvt.37Jc.
ick, 75( I 00,
Faetnrv. niur. !r ft.
&IIUPS Choico M irallon. CScffiSl 00
CO A I,.
CAIRO CITY COAJ
I pr'r r d to m ..l v ci, m rii.-i wlih li.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
day Bron. olllee, 7
oal Yard liclow the
ORDERS left nt Halllda
OHIO I.KVKK. or at Hip Ci
bi. manes Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tco ".Mo.ntauk" will bring coal
a'-'ncdilfi in tininpm t anv hour.
UKAI. ENTATK AUE.VU1,
O. WINSTON &, CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second floor) ouio lsym,
Buy and Sill Keai, Kstate,
FUKNISII A EST It ACTS OF TITLE
No. 104 Commercial Avenue,
French, Scotch nnd American ca"Imcrc9
of all colon, and heaver and b.'ojd cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made tip In the
And at the lowest price. A line lit and first
clai work guaranteed
ly ropeel warranted
Satisfaction in cy-
JlAVOIl'h OFFICK, 1
C.UItO, UK, Dceeinher 0,
Public notice It hereby given that an elec
tion will ho held
ON TUESDAY, THE 7TII DAY OK JANUARY
A. D. li'i'J,
III the city of Cairo, In the State or Illlnol-,
tor the purpoo or (letermlnln the ipie-tlou
ui to whether hald eityorCalni shall l)e-nno
Incorporated under the act or the general
u-emlily ol thli Mate, entitled "An act to
proxidu Tor the Incorporation ol cities nod
Ullages" approved April loth, 1872, In force
July M. loT'i; ami al-o, ut the uuo time
thero will be submitted for adoption or rejec
tion, the micMion ol "minority rcprocnta
tlon" In the city council, or legislative au
thority ot said city.
For thepurpoM! or said election, said city
or CMIro hat been divided Into two election
districts, the ono or which comprise all thu
territory In said city, south ami cat or the
centerllne or Twelfth street extended to the
Ohio and MI-"dlppl river-, mid the place or
voting, In said dl-trlct, will hctho Rou-h mid
Ready fiixliic-hoiita; the other dUtrlct coin-prli-en
nil the territory in said city, north and
west of nald line extended ai n!oreatd, and
the place of voting therein will be the court
house. By order of tho city council.
John M. l.ANoiin.v, Mayor.
'Cairo Dally Sun' nnd ' Calio Gazette,
please copy. 12-0-dtd.
Cairo. III., Doc. 10, 1872.
The possession oi the Cairo mid Vlnccuiics
railroad ha Ing been delivered by Mes-rs.
Wlnslow ,t WHhoii, tho contractor-, to tho
company. General E. F. Wlnslow Is hereby
appointed General .Malinger of tho Ito.nl for
thu timo being, with nil tho powcm and au
thority incident to that portion.
Prcn. Cairo and Vlucumies: It. It. Co.
Tho firm of Thomas ,V Alden has this day
been dlsolved by mutual eou-cnt, .Mr. (1. .M.
Allien retiring. The business will bo contin
ued bv Win II. Thomas, who will as
sumo nil tho liabilities and collect nil mo the
lato linn. Wm. II. Thomas,
O. .M. Af.uiiN.
Cairo, Dec. ill, 1872. at.
Etahllshcd, November 18, 1872
On the corner of 12th street nnd Washington
avenue, oppoilto Bulletin olllcc.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER. 18, 1872.
Tuition irom S2 to 820 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 1 EACH.
No pains will bo spared to mako It
to all concerned.
N. T. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
J. M. llODENBAUOH,
Teacher or Wicd and String Instruments,
(Sec circular.) lMs ti,
"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TO. 74 OHIO LliYB:
Hctuil nnd Prescriptto!
3 M mmS' fM STUFFS Bio
B9 COSMCTICS HM PAlNTCR&ISSfl C
X WH TOILET matcriauHH O I
Corner ' WafJiliigton Avtl
Or chamois and rabbit ikl
ior weaK luiupi.
At BARCLAY BROsJ
FOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared and -sold
By BARCLAY BROS
Ami DMnrectnnts forStabll
At BARCLAY' BROS
ininvrv iit-i' ii
'" young America!
And "Unlvcml Standard
At BARCLAY BROSJ
FEW C3-OOHDS JTTST liEOEIYBD
UO TO THE
CITY BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
BOOTS -A-HSriD SHOES!
MR. A. BLACK,
llavln;' enlarged nnd handoracly refitted his store, now offer to the public, tbo flnet nil
nrnlialilv tin? I irLrenL ami limit i-oiniiletu stock or Boots and Shoo in the cltv: to Which U
lnltc the careful Inspection or every boot and uoo wearer, guaranteeing to plcaio el
cry one In res-ird to price and -tylo. I
Ills stock which is Ju-t received Is complete In every department: offcrlns to thl
trade a hclter line or koous man over ueiurc, witn many inuuccuiciiu in regard io pno
to the purchaser.
O 23, THE HOIjIDAYS.
He has on baud a line line ol children's shoes of every style, n.uallty and color, cod
PEARL CUEU. KJtEXCMI KID.
BUTTONED TAMPIEH, FOXED POLISH, ETC!
He partlcularlv ealN attention to h!i handsome line ol l.adlci' and Sllsscn' Mioe on
klliim.r. In wlil.-li !, Ii-m iilw.ivdi.nl the ri'iiiiLitlonorexcellinir: U the finest and most cord
plelo ha has ever had, consistln-,' or uery quality, style and cut appropriate Tor the conl
lortol tins season ,,i
A1.,. It... Up..., ilnnlr nf . .ntitln mi.tiV VniltltS fl III I llOV.' linntS. Milfoil Mr. IllaCIC DriUC
hlm-eir i- the llnc-t selection In the city, and enables him to supply u want lorn; felt b
the irenlleuien lu this city, the ability to purchase a custom undo boot or shoo for aboul
one hair price paid to city shoeiiukc.rs. No gentleman wanting a flue fltttnir cU'torJ
. . ...... r .. .,...l.l?.ll..o I.Ib.ahI. I
lliaue lioot, citncr mauo to uiuanire or iroiu moil-, muuiu ian w ko uu iui..
EgrlMr. Black, is tlio solo agent for Messrs. Hrolaski & Co., wboso goods b
keeps only, and liu warrants every pair.
CORNER EIGHTH STREET AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S BLOCK,
UIIEEN & GIL'BEKT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
WHImin 11 I, line
Mllca P. Gilbert,
iMrHpcii. attention kItaq to AilmltnUr 0'
OVFIOK OHIO I.KVKK, UOOMB 7 ANB 6 OVKH
OITT NATIONAL IIAVK.
hah n ir.itN.
II. T. UEUOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(73 Filtpr'n and I'lumtx-r'a mnturml, Wood
punif , Kliil nml Hniilu vhIt.s, utop
A LAO AliLNT rUtt
TnlU IlriitlierM Talent Ilry Onn Mctr
iml Mnreiioun', Wella A Co'n Aulomatlo WaIoi
ludlcntor mid Supply VaItb for ntem tiollern.
WlVTV.Il'H m.flOK. f!OM MKHI1TA 1,-A VWSfr K
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing 13oots and Shoes of tho
best material in the market
and is prepared to lill all
orders on tho shortest notice.
Ho guarantees both tho work
and material ; his patterns are
of tho latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in t ho city. Conlidonf
of tlio excollcnco of his work,
ho invites tho patronage of
J. C. H U ELS ,
' Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK B00I
Corner Twelfth street and Commcrcl-.l Ave I
BLANK BOOKS of every description domj
witn neatness ami uispatcu. ah icinua oj
nillir- dono at short notice. Bible. Muilcl
Magazines nnd 1'erlodlcaln bound ncatam.1
at the lowest possible ratcn. 1
County work, such ut Rccordi, Docket.
Fco Books. Blank, etc.; mado n ipeclallty
noxes, I'ocKei hooks, Kuveionc. tic.,
made to o'-ir. 11-24 tf. i
NEW LIVERY STABXEl
IlKTWKKN'WABn'N ATXMCX AKD WAtHCX
Dr. II. K. Flelda Informi toe publlo thit he h
on tho norlhweit aid of Tenth ilreet aa naa
ilia Blabtea will be furnlalied with none but tht
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and tbo nubile may bo accommodated at 1
hour or tho day and night with safe teams
on tho lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a sharo of nubile natronaeo
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
ana strict attention w ousinoss.
IIENItY H. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SION and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Dcicrlption.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every style, plain and ornamental,
Purtledlar attention nald to Ola OIldiM
Orders solicited for Scenery, Freicoe ano
FANCY GLASS fcHOW CARDS
Ollt, plain and orntaeaUL All work (
IClt-d SB. MjUtf.
in'-toil to mv care will be nro:
tended to. Shop la Perry Uotue. ootii
Commercial avenue UU J0sU etrtH.