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Thcro will bo a meeting of
tho Executivo Committco of
tho Greeley and Brown club
to-night at the club room in
Winter's block at 7 o'clock.
All Greeley and Brown men
Gilt edge butUr, at Wiley A Blxby'i
New corn U telling for two dollars per
Urrtl in Paducah, In the liquid itatu it
would command a better figure.
for $1 00 per load at tbe Box
10-V-c o d-3m.
Go to Wiley & Bixby. lor choice but
Faisn eyittri received daily and for
talc by the whole or half can at Phil.
A Paducah burglar wai frightened
while examining Mr. Robinson's reiidence
on the inside, and decamped leaving a fine
pair of boots.
These are rooms (or tea good board en
at the Court-Home hotel, and the uble
applied with tbe best in tbe market.
Tnxrit frott of the seuon occurred
yetterday tnorninp, a leil smart white
frort. TVe hare an idea that the tecond
one will bareoccured thii morning.
WATEa-proof St. Loult Lager sold at
the Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and sever
haT occasion to pay a doctor bill
The demomtration which t Je Greeley
and Brown club are contemplating i in
tended for tbe 19tb of this month instead
of tbe 15th as we stated yesterday.
Wl have for tale, a few buund volumes
of tbe Caiko Prick Cckkext tor October 1
1871, to October 1, 1872. Enquire at tbe
Bulletin office. 10-i2d2t
Block stamping done at tbe Grover
& Baker tewing machine roomt, Wiib-
legion avenue. Pottoffice addrcti,
H. F. Goodyear,
10-lMm. . box 600, Cairo, Ills.
If you wiib to indulge in a delicioui
cigar, patronize P.Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you with good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc,
fo to P. Saup'a popular Tobacco and
Cigar store. tf
Fok Rent, a two-story business house,
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is wel.
adapted for Saloon and Boarding house
Apply to Jon Heoaett, 'o. 89, Ohio
Wilet St Bixur have just received a
full line of fish, consisting of mackerel,
cod fish, salt herring, smoked bnlibut,
salmon, etc, etc. 10-12-3t.
Ok Thursday evening next at the com
mission bouse of Mr. Peter Cubl, in this
city, tbe ladies of the German Luihernn
church propose to give an oyster supper
ror tiie benefit oi the church. Everybody
should attend, as tho object is the very
best and they need assistance.
Mr. Geo. Stkixiiouse, barber and hair
dresser, corner of Eighth street and Com.
xnercial avenue.desires to call tbe attention
of the bearded community to his neatly ar
ranged saloon, and the fact that he is mas
ter of his profession In all its branches.
He has bearded many a lion in bis den, and
calls for more. tf,
Len Faxon don't believe that tbre ar
three hundred and ninety-two bubics in
Cairo under twelve months old. A
stranger would imagine to hear him talk,
that be bad never lived hero. Cairo can
beat tbe world and l'aducab besides-
pretty babies, all of them, too.
Wiley & Bixur sell first-class goods
aiB. j so. it afkle, proprietor of tbe
Central Meat Market located on Washing
ton avenue 4th door below Tenth street
Keeps the very best of meat alwys on
band, and will dollver It in any quantity
from one to one thousand pounds at any
time to any part of tbe city free of charge.
The snag boat It. E. DeKussy. which
coaled and laid in supplies at our wharf
yesterday, has chargo of tho snags between
Cairo and Memphis, and reports tho river
entirely clear, having pulled out every one
that could possibly Interfere with naviga.
tion. Tbe DeRusiy works down to Mem
phis now, and tbea expects to be assigned
a portion ofthe river below that port
Day before yesterday Judge Fredoli
cross oi mi, city, WM olecttd
Vaster or tbe Grand Lodge of tho state by
the Independent Order of Odd Fellows
Wa congratulate the judge upon tho high
honor which be has thus received. Know.
ing that it is Justly deserved, but if we
neauaie to givo tn judge our band unm
tbe matter, we hope that ho will consider
our expression of good will none tho less
Locia Blatteau, whom everybody
knows, and who is tho friend of every-
""i "" uny iniiuieu in bis new
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. He of.
lers to tbe public tbe best St. Louis beer
tbe choicest brand of wine and the purest
liquor to l round In tbe city, and hopes
mat tneie, rim treatment and a cordial
reception, will insure to him a generous
fbare of publlo patronage. Come and
tee Louis in his new home. He bat a wel
eome for everybody, and for you, reader,
eoroiai one. tfa
If acxebbl as Jargo as whales at WI
ley A Iliby'i. lO-la-lt.
A GRAND RALLY.
On Saturday, tho 19th,
Judge Trumbull and W. W.
O'Brien will certainly speak
in Cairo ; and we have assur
ances that Gov. B. Gratz
Brown will also bo hero.
This must bo tho occasion
of a grand Liberal rally.
Mr. Frank Haefela has opened a meat
market on Washington avenue next door
to Tanner's grocery store, between Tenth
and Eleventh streets, to which he invites
tbe attention of the public. The best of
meats of all kinds kept constantly on hand
and delivered to any part of tbe city.
Market open morning and evening every
Tnx 'Kentuckian' records another
accident on the E. and P. K. R. at
Princeton, by which four persons were
injured, one dangerously. Tbe caboose
and three cars were thrown from the track.
This is the gayest road in tbe buiineji.and
if it continues as it has begun, we wou d
advise' everybody, but our friends, to
travel upon it.
Wi are happy to record tbe fact that
the work of repairing the wharf opposite
the lower wharfboats was becun yesterday.
For two year Ibis portion of tbe paved
wharf bas 1 een a perfect slouch in muldy
wettber, in which drays would sink to the
axle, th rock with which the levee it
paved, being washed, or having sunk
in plaeos. Tbe slope oi the wharf it being
leveled to make the grado perfect, and
next week tbe Ike Ilamitt will go for
rock to pave it with. Our wharfboat men
and merchants will be thankful for these
Cocriin that weigh 100 lbs. at Wiley
N early every man we met yesterday
morninc had a piece of a stove pipe under
bis arm or was inquiring tho way to the
nearest tin shop. And the scowl which
adorned the brow of each told tbat tboday,
though clear and bright outide would be
one of domestic storms and difficulties.
We put up a stove yesterdrv ourself, and
have since used up a quarter of a yard of
courtplatter in doctoring up some of our
most trivial wounds. Some of tbe wonnds
it occasioned we fear will never heal, and
we are in deep contrition for tbe sins it
lei us to commit.
CAIRO PAILT BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 187.
Ir any one it old foggy enough to be
lieve tbat there It no business prosperity In
Cairo, tet him step out to front itroet and
take a look up and down the Levee, and
noto tho buy hands tbat are employed
dally from tbedopot to Twenty-first ittret,
handling grain and produce as it is handed
from tho long train of car which con
stantly occupy the track. Or let him go
to the depot and noto tho corps of busy
clerks and lines of drays that are employed
In handling and caring for the largo con
tignmontt tbat como to be forwarded by
the .Illinois Central railroad and tho
wharfboats, lower down. Or, lot him
walk through the streets and liston to tho
music ofthe trowel and taw, which can bo
heard on almost overy corner. Or go to
our flouring mills and factories
and note tho orders waitini'
to to filled, and then let him como to us
and we will tell him of other matters con
templated which will mako Cairo peoplo
butler than ever. Evcrebody, ovon Cairo's
worst enemies, concede tho fact that to-day
Cairo has started forward upon tho suro
and ccrtaiu road to commercial greatness.
Our merchants who bavo slept for years
in tho hope tbat something would turn up
to enrich tbem without their efforts, have
suddenly waked up to tbe fact that Cairo's
growth in a great measure depends on
tbeir efforts, and tbey aro asking, what
mutt we do to help her along. They are
asking for n board of trade, a chumi er of
commerce, and havo actually became so
wide-awake that they are beginning to
see why The Bulletin- don't
A good rollablo boy to work In tho Jew
dry store of E: and W.. Budor. Apply at
DISSOLUTION OK COPARTNER
SHIP. Notice is heroby i;ivon that tho co
partnership horetoforo oxlsting botwoen
tho undortlitnod and Robort A. Cunning
hum underthonamo and stylo of Lonergnn
& Cunningham, is this day dUsolvod by
mutual consent. Tho satd Robort A.
Cunningham has assumod all tho liabilities
of said firm or copartnership, nnd is en
titled to collect all tbo debts duo tho sbhio.
Dated this 11th day of October, A. D. 1872.
R. A. CUNNINOIIAM.
si'P.4RrNe.J1,Jc)r,ei,n"i Primo Choice
JS ft llfc.l2c; Coffee A. 13 to 13 ; Crushed
r.IT'l?rJ.2,n ba ra nu lntc d Sugar 15 to 16).
FREIGHT. COTTON. Compressed, to
New "VonK, tocj to Boston il oo. Un
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
Below will l,o found tho corrected list
of prices by H. Levi for hides, tallow,
feathers, etc. H. Levi docs n very larcu
trade In his line, and It is a well known
fact that he nlways pays tbo highest prices
to be obtained in this market. Ho is pay
Hides, dry flint In lGtol7c
Hides, green salted Ib 8 to Die
Doer sMr.t Ib m,n or.,.
i hi low p io stoo,
compressed, to New York, fl 14; to Boa
ttKU,i,.tVnI JO SIEMriHS.-Flotil, 2o
Hay. 91 60 Corn W iwt.. irw. . riii in
3.1. ; Wins Key io0. s Lnm
Heavy freight V nwt.. Kic.
n1.0. OHM: NS.-FlotirH Mil, 371c ;
Potatoes, 3Jlc. ; Apples, 371. ; l'ork. M)c.
hlikcy, 75c. i Hay p ton, in 00 t Com
SLV'tM 20c. i Oats, 20c. j To hacco p Mid.
$4 00 ; Cotton Y linlc, $1 K) i Lumber tt W.
I0 00. Heavy fre Itflit, "fl cwt. 20c.
Citr NiMlonnl Bank BuDdlUf.
A.H.ial altontioa paid to orders Irom utenn,
twata night onUT
$3.00 PEll DAY
saved by going to John Tuner's
to purchaso saddles and har
ness, at his
saddle store on
,, " v' 5 toUc ,.r , .
leathers tub 35 to 65 ; Washington avenue. All
kinds of repairing done on
inz 'Kentuckian' say the freicht
blockade on tbe Louisville and Cincinnati
Shortllne has forced many of the Cincin
nati merchant to ship their Southern con-
signments to Cairo bv rail and thence
south. If the editor of tho 'Kentuckian
will trouble himself to visit us, we can
bow bira tbe documents to prove that
Cincinnati merchants are shipping by
this route in consequence of arrangements
of a permanent character that were made
with our forwarding commission mer
chants, regard let of blockade, or any
tner routes, and simply and only because
thoy havo at last found out tbat tbe present
route it tbe cheapest and quickest. Thai's
Thursday Kvk.ni.no, Oct. 10 1872.
Tho condition of tbo Kcneral inarkit
take associated press dispatches, from ! rather inclines to the quiet order oannot j by good mechanics. Call
n iui,niriaiu poinu, aim iney nave saiu oo ci.isseu as moro tlintl fair. Thero is
that the difficulty shall be removed. None very littla activity displayed in tho grain
would be better pleated with the removal I market. Oiti nru n shade lower and the
iaaD ioe managers oi i iie i;airo uulle- i marKel H iullv stocked. There is merclv
a nominal corn market. Corn .Meal con
tinues very dull.
Freights are stiff and unchanged.
Tbo weather to-day has been unseason-
tin, and no one will work harder for the
advancement of tho Interests of the
Cairo merchants, if tbey will evince just a
little evidence of a desire to help them
selves, or a with to save thoie from actual
lots who try to help them. We aro glsd
mat cur old merrbants are waking up to
the exigencies ofthe times too, because we
saddles and harness, and car
rirgo painting and trimming
on short notice, in good stvle
examine my stock, and prices
at JN'o.l in Cairo.
Our Homo Advertisers.
ItEatJLAIt CAIRO. PAIWC'AU A EVANS
V1LLE SEMI-WEEKLY U. 8.
ThaFait and Elegant Paatrnfer Blcamei
Jck Orammer, Master.
Ed. Thomas, clerk.
...ffSTLcavca Cairo for I'adiicah and Kvntit-
1 . 'YY-'J. s'iniay nnu Sunday cvenlnu,
ato o clork, ronncctlm: at Kvaimlllo will!
VISA I ntllul.lll I 1 1 1 . .ft. .
..wi.in.Miu u Cincinnati packets, o"
""s" i i'uwiiko npniy io
ItEOULAH CAIHO PAHIJCAH ft KV
1M.K SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
mo lino Passenger Packet
Our Home Advertisers.
WTVSTBH, K1HWAMK, ETC,
yv:?: "U.,.V.'K" -Mn'ter
ir.iu.r.1 iiuni) Clerk
JSTLcavM Cairo for P.iducali and Evniih-
lie every I ucMlay and Friday cvcnliiK at o
ocioca. ror ircignt or parage apply oil
JAMK8 lllfifls, Passenger A't.
"5 JI ll". ..J hV" AND KVANSVII I.K
ar.jii-n r.r.ivi.l .UAH. I.I.NK PACIiKJ'.
The line low pressure Panscngcr Pacl-ei
t' You can
and one-half lbs.
mind that our quotat ons represont prices
tee tbat a little more tlumber would have j tor round lots lrom first hands, unless
been fatal to their interests in a great de- otherwise stated, and that in filling small
gree. tor, although their assistance in the orders higher prics must be paid.fa
forward march is needed, the bugles will FLOUR. Market quiet but price"
not sound a halt for their accom-1 very firm, a few small ordors are coming
modation, and other bands would do tho ! 'ni but the fall trade has r.ol yet opened,
work and other men reap tbe reward, j Sa' since last wtek contiu of 300 bbls
which is turetocome. In theranks ofthe Triout grades at 40 00 to 0 00 ; 300 bbls
forward movement The Rul- do $0 00 to 9 50, and 400 bbls do $4 00 to
letis will always be found at the bead, j
and anything that has the true advance-
mem aim prosperity oi v-airo as Its aim
and object will receive our full and beartv
support. In return for our effort to
further the interests ot others, we atk and
expect to receivo the patronago of our
citizens, and that is all.
ably cold with a stiff breczo blowing off CotTeC Sllgar for One Dol
......... mi ,raul, .Inn. Sm.nn lkr. "V
Correspondent should bear ,. " i u wriuuns
fttigar lor Une Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Kio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
try thing proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
TIIE E. & P. RAILROAD.
O.nlt three cases of plain drunk wero
up before the police court yesterday. One
wa sent to jail. One wa an old man by
tho name of Pain. 'Squire Shannestv re.
marked that It pained him to see such an
old man in such a painful predicament.
Mr. Vain said it pained him also; that he
was a traveller on his painful way to St.
iiouis, ana painful to relate, had no money
and that if the 'Squire could find it in
his heart to let blm go free, be would re
lieve tbe entire city of Pain, by taking
himself to St. Louis. The 'Squire seemed
pained to know that tbe usual fee was not
forthcoming, but witely concluded to let
tbe old man go.
Tbe third wa a young man a brick
layer who came to trie city the evening
before in earch of work, with tome
money in hit pocket, pretty good clothes
on, and a watch. After dark he con
eluded to get acquainted a httlo with tho
peoplo of our city. Found a few choice
fellows willing to help him, drank with
th em, and about 12 o'clock was pullnd out
of the river by an unassuming friend,
whither ho had fallen tomehow,and was
minus, coat, hat, watch, money, every,
tiling but torn pants and shirt. The
oouire lei mm on, but he seems to be
thoroughly acquainted with some peonlo
ut lean, in Cairo, though bo is sorry to tay
he forgots who tbey aro. They no doubt
Java poach blow potetoes at Wiley St
Lieut. Col. Dk.v.nis, survoyor goncral
of Canada, and Mr. Lindsay Russol as-
tronomur to tho Royal engineer cores of
vaxaun, wuru in iiiu ciiy uay beioro yes
terday, at already announced, for tho pur
poio of finding tho point where tho waters
ofthe Missisilppi joined wbon the survey
of 1807 was made, but failed to find marks
or any information which would lead
them to tho spot. Evening boforo last
they left for Springfield whore they will
take observations neccstary and will then
return to Cairo again with the hope of be
ing ablo to get tho knowledge, tbey desiro.
It appears that there is a trad of land
near vho boundry of Canada, 400 square
miles In extent which has always bunn in
dispute Mid tho ownership of which tho
Hritl.h covernment desires now to settle.
The original titles to lh, ,trp 0f .d
wero defined by land marks, one of which
was the junction of the Ohio ,nd Mis
. ..ippl river, at the survey aboV men.
tioned, this Junction being directly south
of one cornor of the tract. To effoct this
settlement Uer Mujetty'. government
ha laid all her military potts engineer
corpt, and publlo officer on tbe line
of tbeir Investigation at tbo orvice
of these men and tbe observatories at
Springfield Illinois and Chicago have
been placed at their services for several
weeks It will be a matter of interest to
Calrolte. a. well , other, to know where
the Cairo point wa In inn .a
location will no doubt bt a lupr
TWO PERSONS KILLED AND MANY
Late last evening wegiined the follow-
ing particulars of tbe accident on the
Elizabetbtown and Paducah railroad,
which occurred at Laughtun bluff, eight
miles from Paducah, night before last,
From some cause unknown, ono car con
taining twenty people, broke loose from
tbo train and was precipitated down an em
bankment, a distance of forty feet, alight
ing bottom sido upward, smashed to
pieces. Of tbe passengers, two wore
killed on tbo spot, one of thern a little
girl ten years of age, named Georgia
Gordon. The other an Italian gentleman
who bas been canvaising Kentucky as a
tobacco agent, named Alaldifussi. When
found aftor the accident, he
was standing up leaning against
the car, dead, with a frightful
gash cut In bis head. Tho wounded were
as follows: Mr. Camera Thompson of
Cincinnati; Mrs. Heymoro Perkins of
Elktown, Ky.,; A. S. Harrington, Henrv
Burnett, Mrs. Thornbbury, Mrs. J. li.
Cobb, Mr. Livingstone, J. Levy, Col.
Baker and Miss Mattlo Ross all of ladu
cab. Mrs. Cook of Clarksvillo, Tenn.
Mr. Baker ol Louisville and Mr. Dudley
Caah of Christian county, Kentucky. .Mrs.
James M. Bronley and child escaped with
out any injury, but Mrs. Bowlby had to
cut her hair off which had caught in the
wreck and was holding her fast. The
peoplo of Paducah, bearing of tho acci
dent, rushed en masso to tho sceno, nc
conipanled by physicians and all things
necessary to relievo tho oufferers, and the
officers of tho road did all in their power
to aid them. Tho doad and wounded were
brought to Paducah as soon as possiblo and
wero kindly cared for.
TIIE MAPOF CAIRO
Containing the fifth addition to tho city
is nowatTiiK Bulletin ofilco ready for
J..I! . a ..
ueiivory to subscribers, and for salo.
Compressed Yoa Just received and for
sale at R. V. Belznor's, No. 142 Cnmmor
Immediately COO hands to work on tho
a. of i.u. ji. uood station work
irom ib io iio cents per yard
$2.00 and 2.25 per day.
H. J. Deal,
Contractor, Doxtor City.
Tie contractors and tie men on the C A
& T. R. R. at 25 cts por tie. Apply to
J. II. Bethunk,
10.10.lmo. Charleston Mo.
r.IOUHOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Win. Elchhoff has purchased tho Inter
est of his brothers In tho above tstabllsh.
ment In Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furniture manufacturing bu.inos. with
great success. He ha. a full ,tock of extra
ea.onod lumber on hand, and can war
rant every artiole he manufacture.. H0
hat also full tock of BedtUad. tut..
Table., Bureaus, De.k., ward robes, mati
tretse., etp., alwayt on hand, and hi. nri.
defy competition. Bale, room at tbe fac.
Sales from Cairo City Mills to-day
werciwunu liito When Family j9 00;
12o bbls XXXX $3 60; 100 bbls XXX
f 7 25, and 7S bbls XX C 25.
HAY. Market unchanged. Choice
Timothy is in active domand and very
scarce. Common Hay Is not wanted.
o note sale of 4 cars choice mixed del.
$17 00; 3carschoico mixed del. $17 10;
1 car choico rnlitd del. at $18 00; 150
tons of choice mixed at $18 00 und 70 tons
fair mixed at 1G 00 delivered.
CORN. Market nominal, no estab
lished prices. 1,000 bushels white sold to
the local trado at 40c. per bushel on the
OATS. Market over stocked. Prices
weak and declining. Buyers and sellers
apart. Speculators to-day wero offering
29c in sacks del. .Sellers wero holding for
30c but will probably bo compelled to
make concessions. A few cars were told
to-day at 2'Jc; 1 car sold In bulk on
track at 25c ; 2 cars in sacks, del. at 30o;
9 cars in tacks, del at 30c ; 4 cum in sacks
del. at 29o, COO sacks del. at 20(,30c, 1
car in bulk on track at 23Jc and 1 car in
sacks del. at 2'Jc.
CORN MEAL. No change for the bel
ter. Tho market continues lifeless. 100
bbls (team dried told on orders at $2 40
$2 50 and 160 bbls "Evening Stur" City
Mills, steam dried, ot $2 50 CO per bbl.
BUTTER Choico scurce, firm and in
demand. Common plenty and a drug on
the market. 12 pkgs Cho'ice (old at 25c;
C pkgs Extra Choice, 27c ; 10 pkgs Prime',
20c, and C pkgs Common ut 10l5c.
EGGS Scarce and firm. Not enough
comes in to supply the demand. 10 pkgt
sold at 22e, shipper's count; 1,000 doz do
at 2223c, and COO dozen at 22c.
CHICKENS. Market fairly supplied
with very littlo activity displayed. 20
dozen Young sold at $2 COg.2 75 ; 30 doz
Mixed, Old and Young, at $2 C03 CO.
LIME Largo orders aro coming in
from tho South. We note a sule to-day of
1,000 bl,l, round lot on a Now Orleans or
dcrat $1 10 'TJ bbl.
FRUIT The season is barely com
menced. Wo noto a few bbls of tho new
crop of Oranges in tho market. Choice
winter upplcs aro telling ut $3 00(2,3 50
bbl-a common article ut $2 CO. The
grape teaton ia over,
POTATOES. Prices remain nbout tho
sun.o as previously quoted, COc 11 Lu
and $2 002 2C l bbl.
ONIONfi. Not much demand. Prices
rango from $2 0C2 20 i bbl.
BRAN. 2 cars sold in sacks delivered
at $10 0017 00$) ton.
PROVISIONS.-Of all ktndi Rre
scarce and Aim ut quotations.
11T IClllLMMl.. ......
inoir.mnu JIAJJl. 35c i bushel.
j.i.nii, in lots ut $1 25 to 1 CO V bbl
until the first of January we
of not lc than ftlx quires each at the follow
ing low rates :
Wctnn. be't quality. Mx quires and
upward. Ruia end anil band-, ylzu
or pajre 111x18 inches per quire . . $ 1 25
The prici- per quire of Mine book
in M. I. mils at tlic clieupi'i-t manu
facturing establishment in that city,
' 1 CO
Six qiiirei and upward, page lOJxlC,
per quire ti oo
Price per quire of Kiine In St. Louis is.. ?1 25
Six quires and upward, page 12x19,
iur ijuiru CI f)
Price per quite in St. Loulsof same is. jl 75
Six quires and unward. noire 14x20.
per quire 2 00
rnce per (pure in fct. I.ouH $2 CO
vyiuti nuuhj proportionately clicap.
MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIt
warranted of tho best quality.
""!': Magazines unit that das of books
win ijiuii in ijunuino .Morocco In the very
best style. Cloth or l'aner. at T.'i rouu im ii
Sw'.0'"-1?0;,. l'rIcc of ln St. Louis "in
C W 1U 91 iW.
A COMPARISON OF Ot'R PRICES WI TH
will at once show the advantage of patron
Iziiif tin llulletln Hlnderv. '
ti. .mu.Mi. UHKRLY, Proprietor.
W. II. PENNINGTON.. . . . .Mast
ETI.e.tveM Cairo eery Wednesday am
Saturday ew-nlliir atO oYlock. for l'li.ln )
and Evaiistlllc. For freight or passage u'l-
JAmkh IHoos, Passenger A g'l.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
MAIL no AT.
Trie splsndid umr
Dick Fowlkr, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Suiidaycxccptcd). at
4 a.m. lor freight or passage apply on Imp.
Jan air iiiGuo, Ag i,
OAIlu. AND MOUND CITY
Will mike thre trips lilr.
I.KAVINO CAIItO I I.KAV'O MOUND CITV
AJ'.. a.m. AtSi'M) a.m.
MM ,p.m. At(i . . n.tii
i.h.:'rc r.a!,.,.,.way 30 ccit; 10 tickets lor
f. w. in nnu, wiicn lialleil, at any joo('
intennediate landing for passengers oi
MRS. M. S WANDER,
has oprncd out an eiten.Ue Hock of
All ol which are entlrs It new nd of the tert
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
Ami an -lnt assortment of
LACKS, rRISOKS, KID OLOVKD, UOMXIU
nl all articles usuallr kett In a flnt-clun mil.
M. Sanilr loflles the public lofallanJ o
t:t her stock, whieh he will take uleuure .n-
iuwIdk oM tut well n new cunlon rrr.
WJIEAT-Tnorric,!S to-day. reported
bv the City Mill,, aro.N,,'! V)
v-' t mU Tu' al1itrranean
hlu. mV or t0UBh wheat Is utualta'
SACKS. Rcsowed Gunnlcs 18J(10J
Corn Iturlap,, 2 lJll8. Eu I8
proved Oun.iic, -JJ llushul, ill cts. ou
lur .,pS6 lluihelza cts. 'fotloi st"m
less baL'S, 35 to 38 cts each.
PROVISIrjNtj.-Hugur Cured Hams
canvassed, Ib. 17 to 18o. S ,o ,h"
uiconsjo; Clear Sides Uucon. VGMi,..
HreHkfiut Itacn, l lloc. ' u'-iu
TEAS Iiiinor 1 ill. IfiTtt r...
Uor, 751 I!.',; Oolong B.ack VsrTm.
Yojing IIvmjii.'si mtCin LK' ,B1 i
(JIIKhSK Niiw vr;,i. v
10 to lOJc. " -eior, new, 't It,
o i HUl'a Choice eallon fttprtrai nn
New Orleans, 700c. ' Wc91
J:. :-t v inulie
i-Jl01 w8 oS; limol,1J
Mj Choice to Extra, s 00 75; 8, Uto
IIKKSWav (k o.
Kit a ii 5 V ' " ove'
LIBRARY GOT CONCERT.
GIFT MOiYEY ALL UP.
e:i0O,C0O IN RANK TO PAY ALL GIFTS
A Full Drawino i. Sioiit.
5100,000 FQlt ONLY S10.
At tho Second Grand Gift Concert author-
7.1 -i. 1 , . UI 01 ,llfi 'W-luturc, in nl
ol the P.ilillcL.biarv ol Kentni.kv. i.ii,hi,
ably pos-poned Horn Seiitcmber t!8 to Do
cemher and which positively ami uncriitlv
ocully occurs In LoiifsMlle, Ity. Dcceinl.cr
7, 18.2. without lurther delay on nny account
V i. ,' 1,10 '"I'owlns cash gilts are for
ii-iiiuiiiioii ny ioi amoiif; tlcKct holders;
ONE GRAND GIFT. CASH
ONE GRAND GIFT
1 Cah Gift .
I Lain (n.t
I Caih (iift
1 Cah ii f ,
I Caih (Jht
I Ca.h Gift
I Caih Gift
I Caih Gift
I Caih Gift
I Cah Gift
t a.h Gift
'41 1)1 NJ
14 CaihGifu, I.OOHf.a'.h
SO CaihGifu. (KX)ea'.h
21 CathGlfu, fHUcach
iS Caih Gifti. 700each
M Caih Gifts. COOescl.
15 Cah Glfit, WKI each
m uaihUiru, 4iN) e.nh
U Caih Glfit. 3 Ouch
I0O Caih Gifts. 'iOHiu'h
nil I aihGifu. l(KJea-li
10TAL, 1,000 GIFTS ALL (LVSIL.S.Vio.ljixi
In full al
i no moiipy neccMary to pay In full all II e
upon deposit in
; Rank, as will bo
iimreii n s is now upon
I. (I rliw.r . ....I r. it I.
. ....... ,n ill iiiuilti. 1KIIIH, IIS Will DO -CI
by the following certllieato of the cashier i
r Alt.Ml:l!s' VI llllnvvr.l II. VI- 1
,., I.OUICVH.I.K, Ky..Mept. 2, 1872. f
rids Is to certify that thero Is now on do.
posit In this bank over a half a million ol
dollars Jo Hie, crcdi ot tho Gift Con ort
I iiiid, t.VW.000 if which Isheldbythlsli uiK
iis I ream crof tho Public Library of ien.
tiieky to pay otf nil glfta to bo awarded at the
It. 8. VEAC1I, Cashier.
ritlCE OK TICKKTB.
llOlf! tlclfolu. !(! linU'fiu. .r.' nnnrlnra
S2.50: 11 whole tlekcts for 8100: 28 for
WI for e.'iOO; m for $1,000; 22ft for 2,600: ftV.'i
tor e.iiHsi, .o uiscoiim ou ices man 81011
worth of tickets at a tluio,
Tho drawing will positively and unenulv.
ocally take placo December 7. Agents ore
pcremptorllly rcqulrod to closo sales and
mako returns December 23, In order to glvo
ample tlmo for tho llnal arrangements. Or
ders lor tickets or applications for circular,
should be addressed to
GOV. THOtf. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent, Kentucky Publlo Library, Publlo
Library Building1; Loul.vllle, Ky. '
M US. MoGKE,
)a Klifhlh Street, between Commercial an J Wh
riKton Arenue. it iai!r recuiTln
NEW 31ILLINEKY GOODS
LATK8T BI KING AND SUMUKK 8TTLE8
llesntea lull line of
BOITITETS &c HATS
Trimini ftnil untrunmcd,
QUENCH FLOWERS. KIBHO.N3, TRIMM1N03
or all kinlr. Luce, etc., etc.
. 'r-. McGei has also rj aoortment
truacj Arliclrs,uch as
M.Ch. Tl.W. COLLAfll. UNHEIIHLKEVES,
An-i all other articles usually lounl In a
First-class millinery store
Mrn. Mcffie, in aiblltlon to her stork of Kney
.. .'uri .is, iim nun ) 1'ninpinip fm
iTlmeut ol Cincinnati Cumom Mi Lmlipi
nil MlstrV HhOf ami Chil'lrens' ltnot. Illnrn
sn'l in Colors. Ihn.o are acknowledged to be
t hneii ntl best nhuei- in the market, Lcl ihii
!' irai; piwif in trie cut mat make, tnem
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TOOtVK A MORK UNIFOHM AND PLKA8AMT
UAT, TO UBB LKNM WOOD, Alt MORE
CAREFULLY FITTED, ARK UORB
EAK1LY AND CIIKAFLY MOUNTED,
ARE UNDER MORE I'EHFKOT
CONTROL, HAVE A HTRONQER
better satisfaction, and sold for a
Leu Price than any
.SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
In the market. Sold bv
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
NT. I.Ul'IH HO.,
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDERSON,
A. II A L h E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin ni Hollow War. Clothru Wrinvrrs Tnih
r. Cl llo-U, Klra!lhol. sfr 0i-.
TIN ZINC. COPPER AND SHKKT
No. 166 Wash'iiiirton-avcmio
WRooBn Omirrinir. ind
wurk ilon t hnrtl nullc
CAJUO CITY COAL
(a prfr-d to
with tlr U
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left nt Ilallldav Itro.. office. TO
onto lf.vek. or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will rrct-he prompt atten
tion. The Tco "Montai'K" will brliitf voal
alongside to strainers at any hour.
iioot a.n'u iiok Nroite.
HARDY & G REEN WOLD,
105 Commercial Avo., noar Atheneuro
Kep on hand a good usortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And MitBoi' and Children's Gaitkiui and
Also, Slippors of all Kinds.
Which thoy tell nt the
' VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every stylo, plain and ornamental.
ruriieuiar altentlon paid to Glass Gildine
Orders so elleil fur Sen tlftrv. ti'm.Kfin ,iii(1
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARD&
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All woik I ;.
trusted to IIIV earn will l nrnninllv nl.
tended to. Shop In Perry Ilouso, comer t
Commercial avenue and Eighth street.
n isit:i.i.A. kocn.
Tdlewi'ld " mills"
street and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest market
price. Abo a good article of
Very cheap. Leave orders at HALLIDAY
RROTMKKS, or apply at the i-lll.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o errry description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
furnished on rhoitrit notice.
Commoroial-av, bet. 10th and Uth-Bti.,
WUUD I WOOD I I VVLMJD I I
The undersigned will furnUh
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An t'lieii,ll not Cheaper
had any wood dealer In C.-ilm i.nnvn
on the slates at tho Po-tiitlh.n m,,i ,. nn.u
epal yard, on Cominorclal avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
KlvoKood measure anil will cord the wood
up If desired, '
a'WHMl DENNIS HALEY.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Di BBXFORD Proprletnv
Con. Ohio Lkvib St Siookd St.
JHK"W'' convey.a to tod from D-
No, 104 Commercial Avenue,
Doth French and Scotch cabbimeiies
all colors. liKAVEiiH and Bhoad-ci.oi ii
comtantly on baud, und all goodk w arrant eu
Id all Itf brancbti alio carrtid oi