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TJlif, (JA1K0 DALUY UULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER. 11, IM73
LOCAL WEATHEIl ItEP.JR P.
ORSIRVRR'J OFV1CK, CAIRO, Ml., I
November 10, 10:11 p.m., U73.
Buometcr, 30;)1 dcgrcci.
Tniimomcter,"3 debtees.
Wind north. Velocity B tntloi per
tour.
Wcathor ctoar
Maximum temperature lor last '11 hour,
63 degreea:
Mlolmuin tempcraturo lor tlie lastiU hour),
ti) dcgrcci.
Provalllng wind for tut 24 hour, north
ntix. Total number of uillei traveled by wind
during la2l lioum, 81.
EDWIN OAKLAND,
Obsorvcrrllsnnl Service. 11. 8. A.
ohn Q. Uarm.m, Oiia. Tbrupp
JOHN Q. UAUMAN A: CO.,
REAL ESTATE
HOUSE -A.GKE3KTTS
OOLLKOTOD8
OONVEYANOK113,
NOTADIE9 FUDLIO
And Land Agonta of tlio I llnoli Central
and Durllngton and Missouri Datlroad com
panlei. NuriU Our. otaiU at. null OUlo lv
Oaiko, Illinois.
Oder ior tale at low flmirea and easy tenna
tbo following real uHtuto :
No. 10 loU in tlio "Itldgn Dloek" run.
nine through tlio block irom Fllteeiith to
Hlxieeutb streets, l,cst residence property
In tlio city, Lou a anil Li 45. ill), Wash
Ington nveiuie, between 'thirteenth mid
I'uuiletnth ilrect, went aide vrood two.
tury dwelling house on each lot. l.ots.u
nd 0, adjolumij the lat before named.
Lot II, li 1, city, on Sixth street, south
fcll f, between Commercial utid Washington
tsnuei.
So 2 Lota 7 and 8, b S3, cornor ot Four
teenth and Poplar aire els, front on l'opl.ir
itrcct, wort alilc, opposite post-ollico bloik.
Mo 3 splendid bualuesii bulldim-, rM
deuce In second tory, 0 rooms, ball nd
trout and rear atairwaj, wateronbotb floor,
In number one condition: situated on nortli.
vreit corner ol Commercial avenue and
Twulltb itrrct. A great bargain if aula
loon.
No i Lot 4, b 2.', Commercial avenue,
between Fourth and Filth ntrcet. Lot 21,
b2', on Wa-hlnglon avenue, bclweeu Filth
and Sixth meets.
No b elx lot In b 29, ltt ad. High
i;round. $200 each on cay payment.
Mo G Lota 1 and 2, tu U ( nuitli corner ol
Tenth and levce atrecla. Best bu-luts loca
tion In tho city term- easy. Lots 'Jl. '.M and
illnh IK, 1st ij'l., south corner ol Twentieth
ml l'oplar streets. Alao thr o lots in coiut
boute block, fronting on I'ojilar street.
No 7 Loin 18 aUU IU, Ii 7u -outb eldo ol
Twent-llrt street, opposite "Convent
Mock" very dviirablo lor retldcnvu put
porea, cheap.
Nob Ten ol the cbolmt lot, In block
ST, It addition, above tirade, beautliul real
deuce location, lll be nold at a great bar
gain. Wis cull particular attentlou to ttili
piopcrtv an il will be wild very low.
No 0 'I hat clevant residence on Seventh
ttri-et, owned by Cap:. Ilurd, li unlimc 70
feet on .-seventh street, and running back
2u0 leet to Sixth. Till property li well
known to the clllzensor Cairo anil vicinity aa
oim ot the nio-t complete and convenient
residence In the city. It baa nil the con
venience appertaining ti a tlrat-cWsshomc.
The grnnmla aro highly eiubelli-hei! with
elect aluuliliery and Hull in ahiindan c ;
carrUge house, table and outbuilding first
class. Owing to the rcmotul ol Capt Ilurd
this property will be sold at a gieat bargain
9neayterm. Also two lolsuu corner llilrd
itreel and Mls-ls-lppl levce. 'I he l.uvce
I'Uttdlng, formerly occupied by Capt. Hum.
Inli3, uhlo luvee, "sprinfc,tleld Illock," lor
rent.
No 10 An elegant residence with four lots
in b 07, city lor sale very cheap it mid
oon. IIUIi ground, ami premises in n No.
1 condltloi:
No 11 A No. I cottage on Fourth lrcer,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
treet, aUo two lots running from Fourth
to Filth i-trcet- very deiltalilc property.
No 12 New two-iiory clwel ing in prime
order, on Locil-t Htrcet, blghet gronnd in
the city, two lot, l'rlce 1 800.
No li An elegant reldene wlih about
Ibreoacresof groiiml, covered witn all klnur
of i-e'ict Irult and fhrubbery, in fcanta Fe
for oalc cheap.
A PINK CHANCC FOH INVKHTMK.VT.
Wo have lor rule orlcaoe vacant and Im
proved property In all portiont or the
city Aim) over2.000 acres of unimproved
UihIk In Alexandcrund t'uU-kl couinlca, at
xtrtmely low llgurca, and In tract to full
purchaiera. We are agent" for th6 Illinois
Central ruilro.nl lands In tlili and 1'iiln-kl
countleo lt.nl road lauds not hold prior In
November next will pa Into other hand.
Now l-tl c time to purcha-e.
KMIOItANTB TO THK 11IBT WIlT.
We are the agentx ol the llurllngion and
Wlmourl lUilroad company, who oiler for
tale In Iowa and Nebraska million of acre
ol the bcrt land on the continent, on ten
years credit. C per cent, lutere-t. Map,
pamphlet, circular and all necei-ary infor
mation relative to tlio-e lands and now to
reach tticiu furiil-hed upon application.
Cull at once and xamlnc for yoiirMves, Ap
ply to JOHN Q. UAltMAN CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Loveo U., Cairo, Ilia.
.Iu-e 7, 1873.
LAWYKUN.
SAMUEL 1. WIIHKLKH,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Office over Kirf-t National bank.
a-IMn
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Office over Klrt National bankj 3-10-am
(J II Li AAa illUIUUTt II IIIUIU V ui(vj
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAN
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
nfflA Klirhth Rtrnot. hctwefili Cominct
b-14 U.
GREEN & UILUKHT,
ATTOKNKYb
AID
OOUN8KLOR8 AT LAW,
Willum n Qllbarl, Y CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MlleiF. Gilbert, )
-BpMil attantioa given to AdmlrUr ted
l.kmboat bulDOB.
CITT VATIONAL HAMK.
BEAI. RNTATB AaBNOl.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
WAT. T7!OTAT"R AGENTS
ATJOTIONBBRB,
74 (0OHD fLOOB) OHIO L1TM,
CAIRO, ILLS,,
Bur and Sill Rial Estati,
PAY TAXES,
'URN IBB ABSTBA0T8 OF TITL1
M pi-rt 0btJMm f KIdcUI
THE BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL xNEWS.
I'EKSONAL,
Mr. Jonti, tlio wctl-knnwn coat mer
chant of Mimphls, wi In tlio city yoler
day. Dr. Austin, the Oonllit, l nnxioui to
return tn Cairo. Uo thlnka tbero li no
plaro llko it.
Mr. Jewell Wilcox arrived In IliU
city joilcrday, and of coitric, put up nt
tbo St, Cliurlcj.
Mr. John Hogan, conatablo iilrct, fllid
hit bond yeiterday. John Hyland, Ooo.
Latner and Itoborl Smyths aio hi bonds
mon.
Ur. A. M. Wlllintr.i wrt In town on
Sunday and vrilerdny. Ho Is having hi
roomi over Elliott i Uavthorr.'i lo. and
hou itoro lilted up, and expect to opon
Ills dontal oOlco in ubout two weeki. Uo
loft yetcrdy evening for St. Loul,whoro
ho will reinaiu for uvernt day?.
-Tho titntnlnont arrivals at tho 5t
Oliarlea voitordav were. II O Slitzgen
Ohlcago; Geo O Hatjloy, 1'ltuburg: A
K F White, Detroit, Jlichigan ; A W
l'owor, Farina. IlllnoU; J O Krlgga,
Kankakee. IlllnoU: O J Cike, Union-
town, Kentucky; Jowltt Wilcox, Su
Louii, Mtiiouri.
OKNKKAL ITKMS.
Tbo city council in';t last ovcnlng.
I'robalo court, Judgo Ilrois prcildmi,
will conveuo on .Monday next.
For an account of tho now tranifer
boat which arrived hoto on Saturday ico
river nowi.
Tbo United Statci govcrnintnt it
putting down n how water gauco cn
Ohio levee, oppoiito Fourth itreet.
Mn. Farrcl hai commenced the foun
dation for a uew building on tbo corner
of Eleventh itrcct and Waihington ave
nue. Thrcu cmp of plain drunk beforo hit
honor Judgu Droit, jeitorday. Two dol
lar! and cons each wa charged up to
them. They nil went ta tho lock-up.
Tbero were forty two arrival' and
dopnrturet of tcarnboatl nt this port from
Saturday evening ntdaikto tlx o'clock
l!t evening.
A itntumenl of tbo rcceipU utid ex
penditures of tlm county of Alexander
for tho year ending September lit, 187.1,
will bo publiibud in Tile Uulleti.v In a
few dnyi.
Tim levee ywlorday wi lined will'
car from ono end to tho other The
greater portion of them Were laden tvlth
freight comigncd to commiiilon inerch
nu In tbli city.
Thorn will bo a meeting of tho Inde
pendent Orava at their nrmory thii (Tue.
day) evening, ltegular tncetiiii: night fr
ipicinl buiineta, nt which M membera are
reque-tcd to bo prcient.
lly order of tbo president.
(tornmcrrtal nvHnuo precnt n lively
nppenriinco now-.rly. Tho Cairn mid
Vincenne road have ii largo forro of mon
nt work on their track, which together
with tho largo number of tlraand tenmi,
which continually travel that itreet, mako
it look llko bii-inen nil over.
1'. Fitzgerald nt his roonu, cornor
Fourteenth ilreot nnd Commercial nvu
nuo, offers for nalo Oulnnesa' l'orter &
Hum' ale nnd puro Ilunncisy brandy,
and the genuine- Argosturo bitter, all
tlrit-clasj cholera cures. Try them
7-17 tf
Tho barber thop n on tho cornor Jof
Eighth street nnd Commercial nvonuo
whoroJ. (leorgo Stienhouso with hisgen-
lliimnuly n-ilttantii can bu found at any
hour of tbo dy or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with n smooth 6bavp, or cool
your tempo and bead with a good iharn-
poo. It it llrat-clasa thop, hnd you are
euro of receiving first-class treatment.
LndieY and children's hair cut ur curled
Hflcr tho moit npprovod styles. 8-lG-tf
Dr. l.avnrty, homooopathitt physi
cian, lato irf Sbuwneetown, bos located In
this city nnd intends making It hU homo
Tbo doctor comes to Cairo well recom.
mended, and refers to tho uUlcers of tho
First National bank of Shawncetown, to
whom ho is well known, haTing practiced
his profession among thorn for years. Uo
folicits n fair sham of tho patronngo of
ourcitlzons. Olllco 140 Commercial ave
nue. 7 'JO-tf
O. A. & T. K, 1!.
Tho following items concorniug tlio
Cairo, Arkunsas it Texas railroad nro
taken from tho last Issuo of tho Charles
tjn, Missouri, 'Courier':
Thu Louisvlllo 'Courlor-JournaV says:
Col. Ii. J. I'roctor, formerly proprietor of
tbo Mammoth Care, ii about I) emigrate
to Charleston, ausioun, wuuro no will
settle.
Mrs. Dird, wlfo of Stephen Dird. of this
county, died lael week alter u prulonguud
illiiets. .nra. niru wusuinost ettmiable
Chriitiau lady, and her death will bo
deeply regretted.
Tho truck of tho Cairo, Arkansas and
Texas railroad is to be oxtended from tho
present terminus nt Ueentleld'a to tho
leiry landing on tho Mississippi river.
Work on tho extension was communcod
on Tuesday, and will bo completed in two
weeks. 'X ho officers of tho road viiitod
Cairo this week lor the purpose of secur
ing buildings for a freight depot, nnd to
mako contract! for thu transfer of freight.
Operation! hivvo been communcod for
the erection of n round-houso and inu
chlno shop for tho 0. A. and T. II. H.,
near tho depot in this city. Tho round
houso will bvo tlx stalls, and will require
100,000 feet of lumber for it conitrucilcn.
'ITu miichiiui shop will bo qulto uxtonslvn,
and will bu fitted up with all tho i.ppll
ancn necoisury to mako all tho needed
repairs to engines nnd rolling stock, Tim
master uu'clmiilo ot tho road will tnao
his headquarters hero, nnd tho now shop
und round-house will glvo employment to
about twonty mon. Thcso now works
will bo n vMuablo addition to our city, and
they will bo pushed forward to completion
as rapidly as possible
Tho railroad company, fully nlivn to
tlio interests of tho public, buve deter
mined to erect an elegant and s a-;loui ho
tel in Charleston, Tho new building is
to bo of brick, threo stories high, with
a itonn foundation. Men aio already at
work quarrying tho stono at Snydor'i
' quarry on Crooked croek, and the build
Ing will bu completed tarty next teaion,
I Tbn flnt floor will contain a gonoral
j ticket and tolegriph office, and reception
and dining rooms. Tho general offices of
tho company Will bo located In half ol
thj second door. The Other half and the
lu.rd iloor will be derotud to hotel pur
poses. Ono fact connected with tbo now project
does not tpeak well for tho enterprise of
our poutilo, and that Is, although tbero l
nn abundancoof geod clay, wool and la
bor right hero at home, It will bo nccei.
sary to purchmo tho brick nueded for tho
building in St. Louis.
COMMERCIAL.
1'ntCK CUItltKNT OmcE,
Monday Kvo, Nov. 10, 1873.
OENEnAL REMARKS.
Thero is very ltttlo activity displayed
in any branch of tho general market.
Thoro Is a good supply of Hour, bay, mixed
corn and oat on tho market nnd no de
mand. There was some enquiry for wl ito
corn to-day with none offering, but a lew
cart would overstock tbo market in its
present state.
Tho New Orleans market to a groat ev
tont gnyorns this, and its present w. al
and uncertain condition has served to
weaken juices here, and grain of all kluds
IsslirvJid in price, with n tendency to a
further decline. Tbero is no speculative
demand tor anything.
THE UARKKT.
AcyCorrespondcnti should bear in mind
that thcso quotations aro for roue'' bds
from firt hand. For broken arm sum.,
lots, nnd In filling ordors, nn advance
ii charged ovor these pricos.s
FLOUU Thia stnplo ii very quiet.
Ilutlr.es is confined itrictly to tho tilling
of orders for tbo Interior of tho aouth.
Prices aro unchanged, and demand Bmall.
Sale embrace 200 bblt various grades,
$3 iO to IS CO; 'AlO bbli do on orden,
JO to S9; 100 bbli superior, tl 20; 100
bblt XX, JO m.
II A Y-Thc: Is no demand for nny.klnd.
Tho order trado has fallon off to almost
nothing, and thero is no shipping demand
it all. Common, and low grade hay gen
erally, Is not wanted at any price. Hie
market Is over stocked wttli nil kinds.
Sales embrace 0 cars strictly cholco timo
thy SI", and 4 cart common ?13, all de
livered. COKN Mixed corn Is plenty and
weak. Tho demand li small, and price
ara lower with a downward tendency. Wo
heard of mixed corn offerc-d to-diy at 48a
without buyers. White corn is scarce,
hut tho demand is small nnd prices weak.
We, note sulei of 3 cars mixed In lacks
OelatSOc; 10 car mixed In heavy sacks
Sic; 1 car white in tacks del C4c, And 6
cara do do 65c.
OATS The market is well supplied
a'id weaker prices lend downward. Sales
woro 3 cats mixed in bulk 03c; 4 cars
mixi-d lacked and delivered -IOj and CO
sucks white delivered 4lu.
COKN MEA L-The mpply Is light and
d"iiiHiid s m nil, buyers Hid sellers were
ipart lo-diiy, buyers offering $2 CO and
holders timing $- G. Stlua wuro .00 bbU
team drld and delivered at $2 Co.
lilt - N Very llttlo doing. Wo note
aalea of C00 acks at $1S per ton.
HUTTED Thero Is u moderate do
mand for cholco at quotations. The pro.
ferct.ee is now given to choice roll but
ter. Prices range according to quality
from 20c to in soma cases as high as 32c.
Sales reported wore 150 lbs choi:n roll ut
30V j 25 pWgs smid packed at 2l30c, and
1,000 lbs common to choico packed at
10c.
EOGS Tho market continues firm
with a steady demand at 2022c, shippers
count. Sales woro I,oC0 dor.eu at 20, 21
and 22c.
CHICKENS L'nchangod, tho market
it overstocked and nonu wanted. We
uoto sales of C coops mixed at$l 50 60.
TUKKEYS Very dull, tho nverage
prlco is 'J f dczsn. Wo noto sale ot C
dozen nt $712.
APPLES Tho market Is well supplied
with small common upplat for which
thoro is but llttlo demand. Cholco applet
find ready sulo at outsldo figures. We
noto tale of 100 bbli according to quality
at i2 6TI.
OKANUES Tho demand is small and
supply limited. Wo noto sales of 10 bblt
at S10tl.
HAMS Wo noto sales of 3 tierces su
gar cured at 12c.
OADllAGE-Qmot. Slow lalo. 500
hundred head sold ut $CI0 por hundred.
LAKD 500 lb tlvrco lard sold at 8Jc ;
10 kegs at 11)0.
OUEaSE Now Tork factory H lb,
lCl7c.
oYKUPS Tho domand Is fair to
cholco at C0c$l H gal, nnd Nw Orloam
at 7C(5)60c.
l'LASTEKINO IIAIK-35c per bushol.
LIMK-lnlots il 15 to 1 25 f"'bl
CEMENT. At wholosala J2 002 75
V bbl
COAL OIL 22o
DUKLiAFS-i.'J buihels corn, 0J oi
1 5 Jo ; do 13 oz 10c; -1 bushels oats 20
5 bushels 21c.
SOAP Shaoflor's Gorman mottlod7Jc
Champaign soap, 7Jc.
TALLOW 'tf lb 7".
COFFEE Scarce and firm, Jnvn soli
ing at H53Gc; Laguayra nono ; Kb
SUOAK Coffoo A, 1213c.
DEESWAX-280 per lb
FEATHEDS S. O. per lb C5c.
BACON Nono.
TEAS Imperial, 76c$l 25; Gun
powder, 75c$l i!5; Oolong black, 75c(g
$1; Young Hyson. $11 40.
D DOOMS. Dull; common house sol.
nt $1 50 to 2 50; choico hnd extra choici
f3(,n3 70; stoamboat $4 606 00,
FKEIOHT Cotton, comorossod t
Now York, 85c: to Dorton $1. Un
comproseod, to Now York $1 14; to ti i
ton $1.
KATES To Now Orleam and Vicks.
burg: Potatoes, apploa, otc, 60
pound freights 25o owt; bay $7 per
ton ; whlikoy $1 40 por bbl.
TO MEMPHIS-Flour,otc,30opor bbl
pound froighta 16a owt; hay $5 pur ton
yblslty 8Co por bbl
notice!
Parties who purchased goods at the sale
of Mrs. Lang's millinery storo and who
havo not paid for same, aro requested to
call at Dan Ilartman'i store, Monday and
Tuesday, November 10t.li and llth, and
settlo tholr bills. JotiN II. Oobsman,
2t Assignee
Ail kinds of game constantly on hand
at Harry Wulkor't, Commercial avenue,
, betwoen Seventh and Eighth street.
1 IM-lm
RIVER ISEWd.
POKV LIST
ARHtTALS
and departures for tho 24 hours ending at C
p. tn. last evening
Illinois Columbus
James Flair, Jr Paducah
Glasgow liickmnn
Qiickstcp Kvnville
lillewild Evansvlllo
Hello Memphis St. Louis
Fearless.. ! St. Louis
Ino. F. Tolle St. Louis
Katie P. Kountz St, Louli
Emma O. Elliott St. Louis
Julia St. Louis
Loultville Cincinnati
Willie Cincinnati
Unhurt Mitrhntl Lntil-vlllo
Alleghany Dollo Wle In;
Capitol City Vickaliurg
Mary Duvnge Pittsburg
Grand Tower Memphis
Minneola Memphis
Jno. Kyle New Orleans
It. f.. IJoKusiey Mound City
DEPARTED.
Illinois ...Cnlumbui
James Flak, Jr Padurnh
quickstep , l.vanivlllo
idlewnu nvansviiio
Louisville New Urlcnnt
Alien Drown. New Orleans
Willie New Orleans
John F Tollo Now Orleans
Allegheny Hollo New Orleans
Itobart Mitchell Now Orleans
O.pitnl City St. Louis
r curies'. ,. rtt. Iiouis
Katie Kiiuntz St. Louis
Mary Davaen St. Louis
Grand Tower St. Louis
John Kyle St. Louis
Jilnnoola Cincinnati
Kmm.i O Elliott Memphis
Julia Vickihurg
D E DeUuisy South
Tin: P.tVRKs The Ohio is about sta
tionary at this paint, and will probably bo
falling within a day or two. Tho Missis
sippi was swelling slowly at St. Louis on
Sunday evening, but tho rlso was so slight
that it wns hardly porceptible. A rlio of
two or throo feet would mako a wonderful
improvement in the condition of tho Mis
sissippi, nnd would be duly appreciated by
steam boatmen.
AVeatheu and Dvstsr.ss Yesterday
was a delightfully pleasant day, and tho
lovoo was crowded with pedestrians, litis-
incss Is Increasing, though very slowly.
Tub TrtAKiruR Boat, H. S McOomii.
Wo look n look nt tho now tronifer
boat, 11. f McComb, yesterday, und found
her a completo pieco of workmanship;
faithfully built nnd compUto in every
particular, as Is ill tbo work tbftl wo hnve
yet seen that come from the ways of tho
Howards at New Albany, Indiana. She
is to transfer freight and passenger cars
from the Ilinoi Central to the Mississippi
Central whoso terminus will ho located at
tho ferry landing cn tho Kcntuchy sboro
oppositn Bird's point. Tho track of the
Mi-sUilppl Central It now comploted to
within 3 miles of tho landing, and will
ha completed by tho first of December.
Tho II. S. McComb has capacity, on her
double tracks, for 12 loadod freight cars,
ur eight passenger coaches. She is l'JG
feel long, li feet G lncb-a -rUn, nnd hat
G feet 0 inchcB depth of bold, and Is of 390
tons burthen. She has 4 toilers 20 feet
long-, 40 inohoa Jbiuiotoe; two unginea
23 li.cbcs in diameter, with 7 feet stroke ;
Shu will bo officered as follows1
Jits. W. Mi'KInney, mastor ; Ja;k Ander
son, pilot; llen.L. McGoe, chief engineer ;
Aleck McGeo, second onginoor; .Tames
McGeo md Albert IUlsteod, strikers. In
other words nil tho men on tho Illinois
except the cabin crew will be retained on
the II. S. McComb, which is at it should
be. Cupt. McKinney has been In tbo
Cairo and Columbus trade sinco Septem
ber ICtb, 1605, making four trips daily,
andahas very little lost tlmo to account for.
During tho eight years ha has made
over eleven thousand trips, travelling
thereby 275,000 miles.
MiscKLLANEoua. Tho Mary Divago
rcsbipped 300 tons on tbo Thos. Sherlock,
acd still ha a good trip lor St. Louis
Tha Baltic took a part of her tow to St.
Louis Tho Alleghany Belle has two
barges of freight for New Orleans
Tbo Grand Towor brought 317 bales of
cotton for rcthipmetit East por tho Cairo
and Vinconnos railroad, and 150 bales for
St Louis The John Kylo brought a
lot cf freight for Chicago and the
East; and has 700 bundles of
tin, 1,000 boxes and 9 hogsheads
sugar for St. Louis Tho snag boat
DoBussoy will soon start on n mag-pull-Ing
oxpcditlon bolwoon Cairo and Mom-
phis; Tho Fisk bad n fair trip if
wood work nnd leather for re-shipmont
south Tho Idlewild brought 130
bbls nnd ISO Backs of potatoes for re-shipment
to St. Louis, 450 barrels potatoos,
10 bills whiskoy, 6 tons nsiorlod freight
und a fair trip of peoplo lor tho South
Tho Dobt Mitchell has 1,200 head
of stock nnd n big cargo of sundries fur
Now Orleans .Tho Kutlo P. Kountz
ro-shippod all her freight on tho John F.
Tolle, and returned to St. Louis light
Tho Thomai Sherlock Is tilling up
rapidly for Now Orleans The Alico
Brown has 12 coal boats for Now Orleans.
Tho-'Willlo" is a llttlo cotton boat
built for ono of tho southern bayous. Slii
has a fail loadofbtcon and sundries for
Now Or loan Diver Hiram Hill
leaves to-day to tuko lili wrocking boat
Chariot Hlil, to the wreck of tbo Hero nt
Bay City. Mr. Hill has a contract to
wreck her Tho Fearless came nut
yostorday for another installment of hor
tow and will return to St. Louis.
KETUKNED.
Dr. D. C. Tabor returned to tho city
yesterday und tor tho present, nt least,
will bo found at No. 128 Commercial av
enue, over Tuber's Juwolry storo. The
doctor makes tho troatmont of chronic
diseases of nil kinds a speciality nnd tins
been very tiiccoisfiil in tho uio of elec
tricity as nn ugent for tho euro of Bhou
mallim, Neuralgia and norvoui disorders
of all kinds. Tho u;o of tho magnetlo
battery and oloctorlc machine is hla most
powerful ally and tho ono to which he ro
tortti almost exclusively In tho euro of
chroniu disoues. 11-G.Cd
For oar and steam fitting go to Don.
nle'i Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avonue, foot of Ninth trot. 9-10-tf
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICE .
Go to llalley's for tho Burnett steam
baking Tciscl. tl-G-lra
Go to B, F. Dlako's for everything In
the Steam and Gaifitting lino. 9-28tf.
Go to Halley't for geod bargain In
cooking nnd heating stoves. ll-C-lm
Gas nnd Stcumfltllng on ehort nottco
Dross' Illock. U-2Stf.
For n good square meal go to Harry
Walker's roltaurant, Commercial uvcnuo
between Sevonih and Eighth itrcot. lm
Tub European hotel, llur.-y Wnlkcr
proprietor, i opoii nt nil hours of the
night. lt-7-lm
UaLLKY keep tho celebrated "Fash
ion," tho "Monitor," tho "Imdy Gay," the
"Alaskl, " nnd tiumotou other good cook
stovtij nnd all ityli of heating itovci,
which ho offers low for cash.
FOP. SALE,
By IUrtmnn, a fine
TOP BUGGY,
At n great bargain.
Call ut Hartmnu's salesroom, 100 Cem
mcrcial nvenue.
P.. Josr.a, tushiiuiublo bout nnd shoe
maker. Cork sole, Scotch bottoms, nnd
tho latest Improvement In tho lino of hit
business. Only tho belt una most com.
potent workmen employed, and all work
wnrranled to bo flrstclus in overy respect
Shop on Commercial nvonue, near cornor
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
A CADD.
I tnko this opportunity to Inform tho
citizens of Cairo nnd lurroundlng country,
that I will resumo my pr.ictico tn tho city
of Culro on or about tho lit of Docomler.
O-no-tf. P L. William, Dentist.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
THOMAS' Phorogr.iph Gallery will be !
open for business on and allerNoscmbcr 12,
1872. Person wanting picture! will do well
to wait a few days longer. lt-8 tf
FOUND A LADY'S FUD COLLAlt
(yesterday.) The owner can have the same
by applying at Tub Uullltin olucc and
paying lor tills nihcitlsemeiit.
WANThD A partner In tho cmnml-sloii
and order bttslncs. An actlvu business
man with small capital can mako n good ur-
tangemcnt. Add res for 10 days, cure h
C. Pace A: Co , 1 . II. W.
NOTICE On nnd afler Monday, Novem
bers, and through the winter, a warm lunch
will be spread at the Thall.i saloon, opposite
Tilt: Bullkti.V office, ut 10 o'clock u.m,,
everyday. All tho delicacies of the sensou.
11-i lm A.J.uXkki., Piuprletoi.
llOAItDI..7joYlililciiec, having
taken tho house formerly occupied by Mrs.
Goodyear, corner of Washington nvcutic
and Eighth itrcct, will f mm this date be pre
pared to accommodate boarders by the day
or week. l-w
NOTICf-B ing determined to closo my
busints house, 1 shall Irom and after this
date, aill for :ash only. All persons in-di-bted
to me are respectfully iiiiiicstcil to
close their account. Immediately. Ctintux
D. Artcr is hereby empowered to collect,
receive, and receipt nil claims duo me.
I). Aitiint.
FUED. STI'ICIlKIt ha purchased the
barber shop of Geo. Dclnlng, who retiree
for the benefit of hi health The shop I
located on Comuiercial avenue, between
Seventeenth und Eighteenth streets und its
new proprietor la detei mined to mak It
lirst-clnss in overy particular. Ho invites
public patronage. 10-20 lm
MILLI.NEUY AND DIIKSSMA ICING.
Miss Adelaide Phillips and Ms. L. T. Ilriggs
on Conimcrclttl avenue, between Ninth and
Tenth streets, would respectlully unnuunce
to th ladies of Cairn nnd vicinity, that they
nre receiving a full Hue of fashionable mill,
nery goods, nnd nro prepared to furnish
their patrons with halt and bonnet Irom
the cheapest to thu most expensive.
10-27 lm
vnitY LA'n:sT takenoticl
After January 1st wo expect to deul ex
clusively in gentlemen' clothing and gent's
furnishing goods, and hav Ing on hand a l.irgo
and well as-orted stock ot fall and winter diy
goods, notions, etc , etc., which vvodcslro tn
closo out outlrtily, wo tako this method lo
inform tho public that wo shall, niter Nov
ember 1st, sell nil good In our store In thu
dry good Hue, at first cost. All otirgoods
vvcio bought at thu lowest market price, and
aro fresh und suitable for tlilssea-ou. I lioo
wishing to "jobtiiin good bargains should
cull ou u before purchasing elsewhere.
Dlum .t Ansom,
No. 142 Commercial avcntio, between , I,
Burger and Elliott & Hay thorn. 11-1-lm.
J.D. CUNNLNOHAM'S carriages are tho
best In tho city. Ho ha thu only closo ear
riago iuiho city on hlro. Ho will iran-lo.-fumille
to and from bteamboats or railroad
depots, night and day, orders being Ielt at
3A Commercial avenue. Cuuniugham would
call attention ol candidates desliiLg to visit
tho country precincts und call upon tho
v oters, to tho fuel that hi spring wagons aro
precisely adapted to this purpose. 'Ihey
were apparently mado for the business.
Either ot them will curry a candlduto mid
all i ho working friends nceessury to capture
every volo outsldo of Cairn, in Alexander
county. 10-31 (ini.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy rcllel for young men Irom tho el
feetsol errors and ainisi-s in early life. .Man
iiood rcetornl. Impediments in marriage
removed. New-method ol treatment. .New
ind romarkublo remedies. Books, and elr
Hilars sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, fvo. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa an lii-titu-Hon
having n high reputation for honorable
conduct and professional skill. 10 20 il.twilm
Tan Vr. Ileiiey'a World'n Tonlo nnil
Wood IMirlller.
It Is the great houtehold remedy, plrasar.tto
vk, j-tpoUnt for Ihe prcvtntlon and euro of
lilsrnaes. It la better than Hitters, Cordial,
titk'tmorSaraaparllla. Hold by Druggist
Dr. Iteurjr'a Hoot unit IM.int Pill.
MIU1 yet thorough no nausea orgrlplng en
Irely vege ruble great liver remedy. Price S5
sent. Bold by Druggists.
Mm. Wliltcomb'a Syrup.
Th ffreat toothing remedy. Prlco only ii
if nit. Gives reat to the mother and health to
the child Bold by Druggiitt ,
Marriage? Gntde.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Kcvr
Injravinga, Two-hundred and sixty Paget,
MeaMccnta. Addreit Do. Botti' Ditrtfrc
uar, la North Eighth Street, St. Louts, Mo.
Artiitntnt
1STEW ADVERTISEMENTS
SPECIAL WARRANT NO. 3.
rubllc unllco Is hereby given that tlio
county court of Alexander county, ha n n
dcred'Judginclit lorn special ucmenl i.p
on propel ty benefitted by the following Im
provement Th" new sidewalk on tlio
northerly ildo of Filtccnth street, fiom
Wnshlngtoc nvrnuo to Walnut street; tho
reconstructs sidewalk on south tide or
Fifth street, Irom Wellington avenue to
Wuluutstrret; on north kldoofl'lllh street;
on west elite ol Walnut itrcct, between
Fotirlh nnd Filth .".'reels; on west side of
U n I it n t street, between Scteiith and Klghlh
trcets; on cast sldoot Wauiut street, be
tween Nlni'i nnd T. nth streets; on Wi i
Ido of Walnut street, between Eicvenlh
and Twcllth stituu; ua ens side ot W,,l
nut slice .between t'wuul. nnd Thirtceiitli
treet ; on cnt slilo of tv'nlnut, between
Thirteenth nnd fourteenth kticel : on wit
side of Wulmit street, between Thirteenth
and Fourteenth streets; on the cust side ol
Walnut street, between Fifteenth and Six
tecntli street; otiuiHsldoof VTuhiutslrcet,
bilWccn Elghteenlli and Nineteenth streets;
on cast side of Wl .tit aircet, between Nine
teenth and Twentieth streets; nn west slue
or Wnslilnglolt avenue, hetwecu Tweutv
sovcuth and Twvnly Eighth streets; sou Ii
side of 'I Welity-Kighth strert, lietwceli
Commercial iist uiii! and Poplar street
As will more lully npjienr Irom collided
copy ol the ludgmcnt on lllu li. tho office ol
tlicclcrkot thccltyol Cnlio, Hint a nairant
for the collection ut such iisscsjment is In
the h inils ol the undcislgned. All perron
intereslfid are htrehy notltlcd to call lino
pay the amounts aesscd, nt tho collector's
olliee, No- W uhl i levee, within thirty ln
irom the ilutc hi reof.
D.ited this llih itay ol November, A. I.
1S7J. it. A. Cl'.nai.nuiiam, Collector.
iKHl'tlAJICV.
ins uIianobT
KM-'AllLI.tilim IVI!l
tiAFFORD, MOKKI3 & OANDKK
(riiernt
INSURANCE AGENTS
73 (Slito I.cror,
C1TV MAIIOAL UANK lJVILtll.NO
OAIKO, ILLS.
The oldest cti(btlsbeil Agency In Soutberi.
Illinois, representing over
805,000,000 00 !
nf the bet Imurance Capital of tin
United S tales.
TEUTONIA HI? li INSU11ANC1
COMPAITT.
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CHNr'L.Oricr, 172 Wariiikotok Sr.
ACTIVA, fBSSO.OOO
inis uermuu J.llo Ir.siirin.'u Compiui
guarantee not only Paid-up Policies bu
ilbo a Vnltto In Cash on tlio Non-forlelttir
plan
GJUN A. HUCK, - Pietider
0. KNODELSDOBK. - . - Heerotar
JOHN W. PBUES8,
Agent for Cmra and vicinity.
JJIHMAIUrnUND.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insurane
and Sick Belief by weekly due and nmlm
ro-opcratlon In objccNof public benefit.
Tho Lite Insurance Policies will bo I-stic
by tho Tcutonla l.tfo lnuranco Company.
H. MF.Yl'.Ua, President
JOHN Vf. VKUKSa, Ao't.
f.r 'nlr -ml Vtelnllr
UtITtlllKttN.
"liLA NiTi S A VE
AND DCALKIla IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATfc
OF EVEIIY DESCBlP nO.N,
lotr.or loth street nnd Cotnmorcl.il avem
next door to tho Uylanil saloon.
11-10 tf. OA I DO, ILLS.
JACOB W ALT UK,
BUTC I-3I IB JR
AND Dt'ALKU IN
FPEbll MEAT,
2IOIITII StUKCT, DtTWKKH WlSllIXOTO
amd Couueroial Ayr.tr vxt,
ldolulnB t:i'lentinne noil Ilnmir'
Kiep Iho tnat or lleJ, I'oik, Mullen Vei
.awl', 2miai!e, etc., tii are prepr,l lo sr'
Intnim In thu m,'st nof n,t!,! insor.er.
I'll lLTTlOU'AJtl).
STEAMBOAT liUTTJIEl
CITT xatiokal hank jiuikkiko.
Ki7"tJP"el.,vl attentlo paid to older froi
t eniiihualN. Illeht or ilny
DKiliS, JMtOWN & CO.,
BAG Al A x UFAOT U R E R.
Aoentb Home Cotton S! ills
NO. CO Ohio Levee. Calm. III-,
t m,
JAJ1E3 KYN ASTON,
BUTOHBB
AND DKALKn IN
ALL KINDS OF lWUdil -MEATS
Venr ror. Twciillt'lls Hlreel ittul t'om
lil.xrlit! Avenue,
Dny nnd elttlshtcM only tho best Cattle
ilopi and Sheen, and Is prepared to till oi
I era for Fresh Moats from mm to ten thou
mil ikhiiiiIn ".'.".Ml
JOHN SMITH,
(Succcsior to James Kynaston,)
LlUTCIIKll AND DKALKIl IN ALL Kl'lim Ol
FlDSill ilKATs,
COUNKU NlNRTCNTII A Nil 1'Ol'LAIt STb.,
CA1DO, lLLIHOla.
Iluyn nnd hlaughtorH only tho bent enltle,
to a and sheep, und is prepared to till unj
loinunil for fresh moats horn one pound to
t n thousand pounds.
j.ib-niK'i:
WHlTECOLLAJa'LANING MILL
h Vt'Al.Tr.ltM, Vroiirlelnr,
fAl.lll
HARD Arm SOFT LDMUEB
AMI)
LATH, HHINOLKH. OJJDAD I'OSTf
UOOIIS, SASH, JILINJJS
ODDKDfl SOLIOITSD.
Stkammoat Ltt mm Kit,
Furnished on eaarlestnotiOA,
Commorcinl avonue, between Tenth sutd
Klovonth stroolt
CAIBO: ILIiXaSTOIQ,
'LIT
Parnbaker & Son
AIIE STILL SELLING GOOD3 AT
Very Low Prices
Fino bluo nnd bluck CbincViilla
Overcoat? S10 00
Blue and black Chitichilla Tea
Jacket (for men) 7 50
Bluo anil black Chinchilla Pea
Jackets (for boys) 0 CO
A No 20 Beaver Overcoat,
cassitnero lining 13 00
Several colowof Beaver suits.. 15 00
' j'ood working Overcoat '' 00
n A No. 1 Child's Velvet Suit,
Coat, 1'iiuti and Vest 5 00
7irst.cla?s boy's Overcoat 4 00
I Vll Wool, winter, Kuit Jackets. 125
I Heavy winter Undershirts and
Drawers ou
'ountry-knit Socks 40
".tie French Calico Stmts, with
Collar, n sure fit, worth S'.5,
for 1 50
T'dtt. BOYS !
we can rrjn.isn
A GOOD OVERCOAT
FOR 84.
SUIT
FROM $5 TO 625.
AFTKH SELLING OVER,
300 Fanio Hats
We arc still rolling
THREE FOR $1
BUY YOUR
ffiiikCIotlies
AT
FARNBAKER'S
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