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TJBdfi CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1872.
Rov. D. B. Turney will de
liver an address at the Athe
neum to-night, on the polit
ical issues of the day. La
dies are particularly invited.
PctAi County. Hugh Craig of tho
abort named county. was In town yester-
rf.v He rerjorla Barthson eood for
sheriff, and Krumielk for circuit clerk.
Ret. D. B. Turnkt, the non-continued
If. K. itinerant, ii viiible in Cairo. He i
well cared for among the pooplo here, and
will live down hit enemios.
Tiiat Demonstration. "When aro we
to have that other Liberal demonstration ?
The last one was to great a tucccti that an
other one it demanded by every considora
tlon of a political character. How would
next Monday night do? Tho night beforo
election day 7 Certainly. Or course.
Ir you wuh to inauige in a delicloui
cigar, patronise P. Saup, Commercial ave
nue. If you with good chowing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacoo pouches, etc
fO to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Cigar store. 11
Found Dad. The body of an un
known man was lound dead on tho bar
opposite the foot of Washington avenue.
A jury was tummonod by Oossman, and
an inquest held, the verdict being death
from cause unknown. No property or
papers by which the man could be identi
fied were found.
of ladies' fans at 0
Wantid. Fifty track-layers, 200 sec
tion men on the Cairo and Vinconnes rail
road ; wages $2 per day for track-layers,
and $1 75 per day for section men ; steady
employment for good men. Board $4
per week on the boarding train, which is
run by the company. Transportation free.
Corner Third street and Commorclan ave
nue, Cairo, 111., or to tho forcmon on
the work. I0-29-tf.
Bkzvitixs. Myers was impounding
Repairing and building on Eighth
The afternoon passenger train of yes
terday was the first train of cars, going out
of this city, to which Westingbouse'a
air brake was applied to the wholo train.
A Swede, in a state of stupid intoxica
tion, dropped into Mrs. Qibaons, corner of
Fourth street and Commercial avenue
Monday evening, and had his pocket
picked of $14.
A Mr. Keen of Bush's Kidge, Mis
souri, yesterday recovered two of his
hones which had been sold to citizens here
last week under rather peculiar circum
stances. Mr. Keen had loaned his horses
to two men, Barlow and Permcnter; after
arriving in this city thoy disposed of the
animals for half price and wont South.
Mr. Keen congratulated himself on the re
covery of his horses.
Lakox stock of prints at C. Hanny's.
Pirbonal. Herman Meyer and wife
returned to this city from Chicago jester-
Mr. Hyslop has gone to uanaua w
lilt a tick brojhor.
Harris, the Greeley man of Mouna
City, was in our village yoeterday.
Dr. M. B. Brown, private secretary
to Gov. Palmer, was In Cairo yesterday.
The report that Rev. D. B. Turney
has renounced the church is contradicted.
Mrs. Baring, mother of Mrs. W. B.
and Mrs. M. F. Gilbert, it in this city on
a visit to her daughters.
Mr. Lindsay Russel, of Ottawa, Can
ada, and F. O. Uogan of Chicago, are reg
istered at the St. Charles.
Kov. D. B. Turney called upon Tu
Bulletin yesterday. Mr. Turney, al
though discontinued by his church, still
labors for the good of tho Lord, and is
earnestly advocating tho causo of Liberal
ism. Miss Mary Maloney and Miss Kate
Crowloy,the young ladles who at the lato
Catholic fair presided ovor tho post-office,
cleared $40, an extraordinarily large in
come for a fair post-offico, but then it was
mistressed by such fair young ladles.
Rov. D. B. Turney has beon request
ed to address the pooplo of Cairo on the
issues of tbo day. Our citizens liko just
such heretics, and Mr. T. will not bo "dis
continued" hore. That is certain.
Good to Eat. It is
There is, in tho
true apprcclator of the
the table, no doubt of it.
a "fixed fact."
mind of tho
good things of
Every man who
can tako in a delicloui beefstake, quail on
toast, (and where is the heathen who can't
do that I), squirrel, dished to picas o the
taste of the epicure ; wild duck, and all
the seasonable eatables furnished by Union
or any other county every man well up
in appreciation of good eating, and who
has had the good fortune to
sit down to breakfast, dinner or
supper at Bush & Uammon's, at Anna, up
the railroad, declare that tbey aro tho
keeper of the bost restaurant in Southern
Illinois; and they are. We, therefore,
and because we havo a kindly feeline- for
tho good people of Cairo, advise them and
urge them to go to Anna, if for no other
purpose, to eat one of B. and
H.' meal. If they do, tbey
will return happier, if not better
people. Hammon, the presid
ing genius, is one of the
bost of fellows, an entertainer with
tow peers, and he makes all of bis custo
mers feel "at home," and the well known
Charlie Pifferling presides over his kitch
en. The poet has said, "if ever you should
go to Modona, stop awhile, I pray you,
at the palace near the Reggio gate," but
we say to you, if ever you should go to
Anna stop awhile, we pray you, with Ham
mon, and gaze awhilo upon hi finely
cooked viands, oat and bo happy. Selah I
GREELEY AND BROWN
Rev. D. B. Turney will de
liver an address at the Athe-
neum to-night, on the polit
ical issues of the dav. La-
dies are particularly invited.
Noticx All outstanding bill for gro
ceries furnishod my grocery store, corner
of Ninth street and Commercial avenue,
previous to tho time it was closod must bo
presentod to mo for collection, and all bills
due me for groceries furnished must bo
paid to uk immediately or thoy will bo
placed in tho hand of an officer and costs
of collecting tho samo added, All per
sons aro notified that I have no interest or
connection with any business outsido o
my regular avocation as wrecker.
10.128.2t. U. Hill.
Noiiody dome that if you would havo
oyster by the plato, (towed, fried, roasted
raw or on tho half-shell, by tho dozen,
can or barrol, tlioro is only one place in tho
city where you can get tho f roshost, Juiciest
and best. That placo by common consent
is the Thalia Oyster saloon, at the cornor
of Twelfth strcot and Wasington avenue,
and, while there, If you should chance- to
call for a glass of St. Louis lager; a glass
of wine, nativo or foroign, or something
of a stronger kind, your own good taste
will testify that Jaeckel koeps tho bost.
Then go to the Thalia, call for what you
want to eat or drink, and if you are not
more than satisfied, evorybody will say
that you must chargo your dissatisfaction
o your own depraved taste. tf.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD
Mb. Black, of tho City Shoo Store,
has returned to the city, having purchased
a very large stock of fall and winter
boot and shoes, which he is now daily re
ceiving. Mr. Black his selected his goods with
his usual care and taste, and guarantees
his friends and patrons who may call upon
him, a first-class article. Mr. B. hav
ing met with such good success in intro
ducing ladies', misses' and children's cu
torn made thoes of Brolaski mako, has
made arrangement with the above gen
tiemen tor a line of their gentlemen's
and youths' hand made boots and shoes,
to which be ivites the attention of the
gentlemen of Cairo. 10-19-tf.
Policx Court. "Drunk" was the
charge preferred against everv unfortu
nate sinner in the police court yesterday
stateChn Brennan, who was arrested by Bil-
follows: -and Whitcamp, was fined $2
fcStrccau7?M5uhn, whose outlay for the in
toxicating boverage had not oxbausted his
finances, paid his two dollars and departed
neither a sadder nor a wisor man.
Ed. Duffy was fined two dollars and
costs, which bo paid.
Patrick Marlon, arrested by Helm
and Mebner, fined two dollars and costs,
N.S. Wood, arrested by Whitcamp,
was fined two dollars and costs. Couldn't
pay and went to jail for seven days.
William Hewitt also plead guilty to
being drunk and in default of two dollars
and the amount of costs, was sonttojail
for nine days.
John Oroman, also arrested by Bil
llngsly and Whitcamp, plead guilty to
tbecharge. John said he had had chills on
Monday and couldn't help getting drunk.
Be was fined two dollars and costs, and
having no money was sent to jail for seven
Blum eV Ambon have received the sec
ond installment of their large stock of fall
and winter good and offer them to cus
tomer at greatly reduced prices, having
vade tbelr purchases since the lato de
cline in wool, which enables them to offer
drtMgoodf , flannels, shawls and all woollen
and lxed goods at twenty per cent, bo
low prtvioof price. Shawl which
brought $8 a week or io ago are now of.
rA kit Tkiv rail nartliMllar atlnntln..
to Weir (lock or doou ana tnoes, among
wklch may be round si Handsome
at f ladies' and children' hoe
ke and latest style, all of which
Mid remarkably cheap. All the
dress good, hawl, wraps,
variety of notion, rib-
fid on their ibalve.
Rev. D. B. Turney will de
liver an address at the Athe-
neum to-night, on the political
issues of the day. Ladies
aro particularly invited.
The Dispatches and Tin Bulls-
in. Our arrangements for publishing
the associated press dispatches
aro now nearly completed. In a
fow days, wo will give to our reader
as full tolegraphlc report as aro contained
in tho St. Louts or Chicago papors. This
step necessitates tho outlay, every month,
of about $300 in addition to our
now current expenses. A firm and abiding-faith
in the future of Cairo induced
us, nearly a year ago, to furnish our office,
at a cost of about $8,000, with a stcaai
printing press and othor improvomonts.
Tho samo faith as to tho manifest destiny
of this city, and confidenco in the liberal
ity and pride of it business men, induces
us now to anticipate the future six month
or a year by takiug the associated
prets dispatches. At that timo in the fu
ture wo feel suro that tho increase of busi
ness brought about by the influx of our
new railroads, etc., would warrant the step
wo are now taking. Our confidence ha im
pelled us to tako time by tho fore-lock, and
in a fow days we will present to our read
ers the Bulletin as valuablo, as a news
paper, as either tho Chicago or St. Louis
papers. We have no doubt tho pooplo of
this city will feel almost as much pride in
it as we do, and will holp to sustain our
notice to contractors.
Soalod proposals will be rocoived at tho
engineer's office in Jackson Tennesseo un
til November 1st, 187;.', for about threo
hundred thousand cross ties, said ties
must be seven by eight inches and nine
The company resorvo the right to ro-
joct any or all bids.
S. B. Rekd,
10-1 7di!w Chief Enginoer.
EICHHOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Eichboff has purchased tho inter
est of bis brothers in the abovo establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnituro manufacturing business with
great success. He has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every articlo be manufactures. Ho
ha also a full stock of Bedsteads, Chairs.
Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat-
tressos, etc., always on hand, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room at tho fac
WINTER BOOTS AND
Railroad men, farmers, draymon and all
others whose business lays out of doors,
and who for tho preservation of health
and good temper ought to wear good,
heavy water-proof boots, can get just what
they want by calling on Wm. Eblers. Ho
makes French calf or kip boots, warranted
to fit well, wear well and givo general sat
of dross goods at C.
Labor stock of black illk at C
A Nkw Volumk. Number 1478 of
'Littell's Living Ago,' for Oct. 6, begins
volume one hundred and fifteen of that
weekly eclectio magazlno, and Is there
fore a good one with which to begin a sub
scription. It contains "The Stuarts at St
Qermains," from the 'Edinburgh Review;
"A Voyage to the Ringed Planet," 'Corn-
hill Magazine ;' "Domestic Life and Econ
omy in France," 'Fraser's Magazine;'
"Tho Press-Gag in Russia," 'Spectator;'
"Italy," 'Saturday Review ;' etc, besides
an installment of a story of unusual inter
est "The Burgomaster's Family" trans
lated from the Dutch by Sir John Lefevre,
which is highly praised by the principal
Dutch literary periodicals and by loading
English papers. New subscribers begin
ning witn tnis number will receivo two
previous numbers, containing the first
chapter of this story, gratis.
The procoding number for Sept. 28, con
tained, besides an instalment of the abovo
story, the following noteworthy articles :
Researches on Life and Disoase, from the
'Edinburgh Review;' Development in
Dress. 'Macmillan'i Magazine:' An Knl.
tuuug i " i r
assort- ,03e ln 1,10 Trial of the Earl of Strafford,
of the 'Athenaeum ;' and an Instalment of "Off
the Sxelligi," by Jean Ingelow. The
subscription price of this sixty-four page
weekly magazine is $8 a year, or for $10
any one of the American $4 magazines is
tent with 'The Living Age' for a year.
Littill & Gay, Boston; Publisher.
La koi stock oi dry good at O. Hanny ',
Steamer St. Joseph, St. Louis
" Wm J Lewis, St. Louis
" Belle of Pike, Mound City
" Colorado, Vicksburg
11 H M Shrevo, Memphis
" Glasgow, St. Louis
" Mountain Oak, Shawneotown
" Wm H Browc, St. Louis
" Illinois, Columbus
" Jim. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
St earner St. Joseph, Memphis
" Wm J Lewis, Vicksburg
" Bello of Piko, Memphis
" Mohawk, Now Orleans
" Colorado, St. Louis
11 H M Sbreve St. Louis
" Glasgow, New Orleans
" Mountain Oak, Evansvillo
" Illinois, Columbus
" Jim. Fisk, Jr, Ifcducah
1)10 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any timo, both
day and night, with eithor lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorablo
H. V. Olypuant,
D. A. Boksk, Gen'l Sunt
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly
BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Tho elegant fteamor City of Vicksburg
is tbo regular packet leaving for Momphis,
Vicksburg and all way points t'lis evening
at 0 o'clock. The; fine Capitol City is.tbo
Anchor line packet leaving for St. Louis
and way points this evening at G o'clock.
Tho superior Belle Vernon will leave for
Memphis and all intormodlato landings
this day at 12 o'clock m. Tho great
steamer Dexter is due to-day en route to
New Orleans, and will loave with dis
patch. Tho Jim. Fisk makes all landings
below Paducah, and leaves at 4 p.m.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
The river at this point is slowly rising.
At Pittsburg there Is eight feot in tho
channel and indications for several feet
moro of a rise. Several million bushels of
coal have left thero. At Cincinnati and
II tho way down tho Ohio is steadily
swelling, and should tho channel continuo
improving between hore and Evansvillo
the sldo wheol packets will cbmmonco
running by tho latter part of this wcok.
Tho fall In the Mississippi continues, and
old and experienced steamboatmen say
that it is in a worio condition than thoy
over knew it. There is now scant flvu
and a half fett in tho channel. At tho
barracks thore is no dofined channel, but
tho water is scattered every placo. Dov-
il's island is (till a bad place.
IIUSINESS AND WEATIIKK.
Thore was considerable activity on and
about the landings yesterday and business
was very good. The weather was cloudy
and windy with prospects of rain,
By the arrival of the steamer Mountain
Oak, wo learned of tbo sinking and sup
posed total loss of the Evansvillo and
Cairo packet Umpire, by striking a log at
Cincinnati bar, a short dlstanco below
Shawnoetown, Monday about noon. She
was on her way to this port with a good
trip of assorted freight, and a fair num
ber of passongors. At tho timo of tho
accident tho Mountain Oak was n short
dlstanco away and hurried to lior assist
anco and took off her passongers.
and all tho freight that sho coutd. Aftor
sho struck tho log, and hor passongers
loarnod that sho was sinking, n numl or of
thorn, two of whom woro ladles, jumped
over board, but finding that tho water was
only about waist deop tho Indies gathered
their clothes under thoir arms and gnl
lently waded to Ilia shore. Tho water is
suro to bo over tho floor in tho aftor end
of tho cabin, and it is supposed that nearly
tho wholo of tho bottom is knocked out,
and that sho will provo a total loss. Tho
Umpire was a light draft, stern wheel
boat owned by Capt. Uatetmin and his
partner. Capt. Hatoman was in command
at tho timo of tho accident. Sho was
under charter to tho Evansvillo and
Cairo Packet Co. during tho low wator.
Boflngcr and Pcgram offered six thousand
dollars for her sovoral weeks ago but their
torms of paymont did not suit tho owners
Wo did not loam whethor sho was Insured.
Tho Eckort is still working at batgo No.
33 and will probably havo It ralsoil nnd
brought Into port to-day. A closor exam
ination of thn holo shows that tho break Is
nearly fifty feet long and much woreo thnn
it was at first supposed to be. Part of tho
flour in tho holo will havo to bo removed
in ordor to allow a bulk-head to bo built,
when tho powerful pumps of tho Eckort
will bo put to work and it will bo raised.
The Hollo ot Piko was helped down
from Mound City by tho tug Cacho even
ing beforo last. Her repairs wero all com
pleted, cxcopl filling her wheel, which sho
had done hero yciterday, and left lor
Momphis last night.
Tho St. Joseph arrived twenty-four
hours bohind timo hiving been aground
tlfteon hours at tho barracks.
Tho causo of the Into arrival of tho
Lowls was that sho dil not leave St. Louis
until Sunday morning on account of fog.
Tho tow-boat Bernsrd, on routo to this
port from Chestor, has two barges of coal
aground at Hamburg.
Tho snagboat Abert has paid off tho
balanco of hor crew and will remain at
Mound City for tho present.
Tho Mohawk put tlu freight sho took off
bargo 33 on tho othor barges of her tow
and loft for New Orleuu.
The storn wheel steimcr Glasgow now
In the hands of U. S. marshal at this port
will bo sold to tho highest bidder next Saturday.
GREELEY AND BROWN
Rev. D. B. Turney will de
liver an address at the Athe
neum to-night, on the polit
ical issues of the day. La
dies are particularly invited.
City National Bank Bnllillnir.
Special attention paid to orders Irorn nenro
boats night or dav
Monday Evening, oct., 1S72.
Business is moderately active in tho
general market, nntwithitanding tho high
rates charged by carriers to New Orleans.
Onts is a little quiotbut rin at quotations.
Business is conlined to tin order trade, tho
prices at Now Orleans, coupled with tho
high rates of freight, lcavas no margin for
Corn is in limited supply nnd good de
mand. Hay has been moro plonty, but
tho market is stiff and unchanged. Flour
is very quiet and dull. No speculative
A riso is coining out of tho Ohio, but
will havo littlo effoct on the rlvor bolow.
ltatos of freight aro stiff and nn advance
8rCorrespondonts should bear in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
othorwiso stated, nnd that in filling smnll
ordors higher prices must bo pald.j
FLOUR Very littlo demand outBido
tho jobbing trade. 100 bbls "Epicurean"
sold ot SO 90; 1,000 bbls various grades
ut $! 25 to J f)0 ; 030 bbls do 55 SO to
9 75; 100 bbls low XXX spring 50 85
100 bbls XXX do $7 ; 100 bbls XXX
winter $7 50; 50 bbls choico XXX
winter $8 CO; 400 bbls XX $0 25; 500
bbls XXX $7 25. Sales to-day by City
Mills woro 75 bbls White Wheut Family
$9; l'J5 bbls XXXX $3 50; 100 bbls
XXX 7 25; 75 bbls XX SO ; 50 bbls X
HAY Choico has boon moro plonty
and activo sells readily on arrival.
Common is not wanted. Sales comprise
32 cars. 1 car choico Timothy on ordors
$i!l; 1 car, 2 cars and 5 cars choico
Timothy dol $20; 1 do $19; 1 car, 2 cars
on 1 5 cars choico Mixed del $18; 1 car
prlmo Mixed dol 17; 2 cars Mixed vdol
$1718; 8 cars chnlco Timothy did i'20(ji)
21 ; 1 enr common Mixed dol 10; 1 car
Itod top del $15.
CO UN All kinds aro in good demand
with a vory light supply on tho market.
Salos consist of 30 cars: 8 cars Whiln
In bulk, on track nt 43c; 2 enrs do in
sucks, dol at 53c; 2 cars Mixed ln sacks,
aoi, 4 iQiwe ; I car, 2 cars und 3 enrs do do,
48c; 9 cars Mixed in bulk, on track, 37c;
l car do do, 37Jc, nnd 2 enrs do do, 38c.
OATS Quiet but firm nt quotations.
Markot modoratoly woll supplied; 4
cars and 8 cars sackod and dolivorod sold
at 30c; 3 cars and 3 cars do, 303Ic; 4
cars do, 31c, and 1 car, 30Jo.
CORN MEAL In bettor demand.
Two hundred bbls Kiln Dried sold at
3 40, del; 200 bbls and 250 bbls Steam
Dried dol at $2 40, and ISO bbls "Evening
Star" City Mills Steam Dried, $2 50.
BRAN 4 cars sold in sacks, dol.,
$17 por ton.v
BUTTEU Choico in good domnnd ;
market modorutoly well supplied: 12 pkgs
choico sold 25c ; 12 pkgs do 20 to 26c ;
10 pkgs do 20 2Go; 5 pkgs do 25c; 10
tubs choico 25 to 27c; 3 pkgs cooking but
ter 10c, nnd 8 tubs choico 20 25c.
EGOS Continuo vory scarco and
prices aro higher: 8 boxes sold 21c and
10 boxes 25c, shippers' count.
CHICKENS Aro a drug on tho mar
ket, no demand : CO dozen old mixed sold
$3 50; 30 dozen mixod young and old
$2 CO to $3.
TURKEYS Thoro is somo demand
ns tho season advances, for good turkeys.
Wonoto pales of 2 coops at $12 ifl dozon.
POTATOES-Vory dull, receipts ox
coed tho domand. CO bbls mixed dol sold
at $2; 30 sacks mixod at GOc. i bushel; 1
enr Poach Blows, in bulk dol at 60c; 100
bushels Pencil Blows, In bulk dol nt 50c;
and 1C0 bbls Poach Blows, in lots at
APPLES 200 bbls sold at $2 60 to 3.
CABBAGES 1 car common sold at
6e fs head.
PLASTERING HAIR. 35c bushel.
LIME. In lots nt $1 25 to 1 CO V bbl
CEMENT. At wholcsalo $2 00
2 2G V bbl.
WHEAT. Tho prices to-day, reported
by tho City Mills, nre, No. 1 White,
$1 CO; No. 2 White, $1 C5; Rod by
snmple, $1 30 to 1 50 ; Mediterranean,
$1 20 to 1 30. Damp or tough wheat Is
SACKS. Rcsowcd Gunnies 18J19J
Corn Burlaps, 2j Hus. Ea, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 Bushel, 21 cts. Oats
Burlaps, 6 Bushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bags, 35 to 38 cts each.
PROVISIONS. Sugar Cured Hams
ennvassed, V lb. 17 to 18c. Shoulders
lJacon 8Jc; Clear Sides Bacon, 1212Jc;
Breakfast Ilacnn, 14lCc.
LAUD ltcllneti, in tierces "H tt, yjCL 10c. ;
ln kegs V tb, n to lljc.
TEAS Imperial, 7ftl 25; Gunpow
der, TftfiU 2.'i ; Oolong Black, 7fl 00
CHKEs'E. 'ev York Fi
factor', new, "p tb
ritKIOH TO MKMl'HIS.-yioui, 30c,
Hay, $ 5 00 : Com -p ewt., 17c. ; OaU, 17c.
Potatoes Vbbl., Hoc; Apples Wc; Pork.
3T. ; WhUkey. Wc. ; Lumber, a 51. 7 0Q:
Heavy freight f cwt.. 174c.
TO NEW OltLKANS.-Klourhbl.&Uc.;
Potatoes Wlc. ; Apples, 50c. ; Jpork, 75c
S hlskcy, 81 00 : lfav X ton. 7 00 : Cnrn
ewt.. 2.-c. ; Oats 50c. ; Tobacco "a lihd.
5 00 ; Cotton p bale, 81 60 ; Lumber a
10 00. Heavy freight, "fl ewt. 2oc.
fJiSYou can buy six'
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono 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
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Sealed proposals will bu received nt tho
city clerk's oilleo until 7J oclock p.m., of
iuusuuj-, mo Kin uuy oi November, A.I).
1872. for furilitllilll' thn lnnli.rlla nr .l.iln,.
tho work, or both, for tho construction or
ciuuwiuKa us luiions viz : un tno easterly
side of Washington nvumm In fmnt .r I,...
numbered eighteen (18), nineteen (19),
twenty (20), und twenty-onu (21), in block
iiuuiuurvu twumy-iour (ii), on sum eaut
orly sldo from tho northerly lino of .uid
lot numbered nli.htni.n Mm m,l, ,,.,! ...
tho lino llxed by ordinance as tho outer
oJgo of tho sidewalk constructed, or to bo
constructed on tho southerly side of
seventti street in tho city of
iairo; on tho northerly sido
nt' HlTlll fitrnnt f.in. 11. .-LI........
... , IT 1. B M i Jig VUII
avonuo to Jotlureon avonuo; on tho north
erly side or Cross street, from Washington
nvunuo to Walnut street, to connect with
tho sidewalks on thoso streots; on tho
west sido of Commercial avonuo In front
of lots numbered ono (1), two (2), three
(3), four (1), llvo (5) nnd six (0), in block
numbered twenty (20) ; on tho south sldo
or Tenth street rrom Walnut street to
Sealed proposals will also bo rccolved ns
above, ror furnishing tho materials or do
ing tho work, or both, for tlio roconstruc
tion or renewal or tho following doscrlbed
sidewalks, viz: On the south sido or Nine
teentli street from Poplar street to Com
mercial nvenuo; on tho north sido of
Twontieth street from Ohio Loveo to Wal
nut street; on the south sido ot of Twen
tieth street from Ohio Loveo to Washing
ton avenuo; on both sidos of Poplar street
from Eighteenth strcot to Division street;
on tho south side of Division street and on
tho north sldo of Uontor street; on tho
north sldo of Twonty-tlfth street from
Washington avonuo to Walnut street, and
on south sido of samo streot from Walnut
stront to Holbrooic nvonuo ; nnd on tho
south sido or Thirty-fourtli street from
Commorolnl nvnnun tn Wo.l.lnt
nvonuo. Said proposnls shall bo dirocted to
uiu ciijt council anu win no opened nt n
joint meeting of tho council at tho timo
All Proposals shall bo mudo In accordanco
with the provisions, requirements and spec
ifications of ordinnnco No. 32, up
proved Soptonibor 10th, A. D., 1872, which
ordinance is now on filo at my ollico, sub
ject to examination at any timo.
, T , City Clork.
Cairo, 111., Oct. 28, 1872. 10-28-lOd
' ( 9ft Cf.r ''.a)r 1 AKem" "anted
C;JU 1 U All cNiees.of worUlDK lo
p.t-.el IlKriKi; younftor old, make more money
nt work for ut In their spare moments or all, the
t'lne, than at onjtliini clue, l'itlculr. free.
Address U, Htlnaon Co., Portland, Maine.
STOP AND READ!
SsVItUPS Cliolcu " L-nllnn. r.Mi v
New Orleans 70Wc.' ' v ra'
SKKDS. .Millet W bushel, 2 00 : Timotli
8. 'I fiu3 75. Red Top 81 75 to 2 00. Clover
COKFKK-.Inva, 5!S(U.",0c. ; Lngiinvra, 23
2.1J. ltlo, Prime to Choice, 5!1J to tile.
HllOO.MS. Common House "r! dozen, 81
50; Choice to Extra, 83 OOfa 75 ; S. II. 84 50
HKKSWAX, f It. 30c.
SOAP. Sehaell'erV Oerman mottled;
7Je; Champaign soap, 7!c
TALLOW. ft 7c.
SUGAR New Orleans Prime to Choice
VS1I ll?-12o; Collee A. Ill to VJ ; Crashed
Powdered nnbUraniilateil Sugar 15 to 15.
FREIGHT. COTTON, Compressed, to
Nkw 'ioiiK, (vc. ; to Hoto.v 1 00. Un
compressed, to Nkw Yoiik, $1 u -, to lios
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
A place where you can buy as much for
at you can else'whcre for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUAHTEH
Tho iindorslgncd would respectfully in
form tho public that thoy havo fitted their
new storo houso on Eighth streot with tho
finest nnd best assorted stock of
general morchandiso ovor boforo brought
to this markot, and In order
to securo a largo portion of the patronago
of tbo public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is ontlroly now, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trado of this locnlity, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Chlldron's
BOOTS &z SHOES,
HATS c CA.FS.
And nil other articles to lie found in a
unit class dry goods and clothing establish
Wo call especial attention to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete In
all its details. Our stock of
is tbo largest In tho city, and wo aro en
abled to ou"er spoclal inducements to purchasers.
In Gentlcinotis' Clothing, Roots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully prepared to meet all de
mands nt prices defying competition. As
it is to tho interest of every ono to buy
whero goods aro cheapest and bost
wo cordially invite tho public
to call and examine our stock before pur
Our establishment 'is located on tho cast
side of Eighth street, botween Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAH 4 EVANS
V1LLE SEMMVEKKLY U. S.
The Kat and EleRant Iasi(U(er Htfamer
Jack Guamsikr, Master.
El). Tiiomah, Clerk.
j3r Leaves Cairo for Paducah and Evan-
iuc, every lliursday and Sunday evening,
t ft fitf..Lr ........... I.... ... L. '...lit ...i.T
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
nuigut ur I'annuKO apply 10
JamksIJigos Passenger Ag'f
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH A EVANs
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The lino Passenger Packet
NKUI.KV RUDI) .
JSTLuaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
v lie every Tuesday and Friday evening ut ti
o clock, t or freight or passage apply on
James HinoH. I'aengcr Aij't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVIl.LK
or.JH.WEEKL.V MAIL LINE PACKET.
The line low pressure Passenger Packet
W. 11. PENNINGTON Mast
CSTTLcnvcs Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, Tor Pudu ;:ih
and Evansvillo. For freight or passage uif
ply on board or to
JA.MK8 HtGoa.l'assenger Ag't.
OAERO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Dick Fowlkk, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunduy excepted), at
i p.m. For freight orpassage apply on boan.
fauatf Jab. Mallohy, Ag't.
CAIltC. AND MOUND CITY
Will make throe trips dally.
f LEAVINO OAIItn
At 7 a.m.
At 11 .un,
I.EAV'O MOUND CITY
At 8;.K) a.m.
At 1:30 p.m.
. rare each way, ;!) cents: 10 tlnkntM tor
js2 W). A ill land, when hailed, at any good
Intnrtnmllnfn Intuitu.. ..JT. .
11. iui iiuBsi-iixuia in
l'AHKEK & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putty, Benslne, Uaaollue,
And the celol.rnted illuminating
BROSS' DUILDINO, COP ilTII-W. COM
CAIKO, - . . . ILIM9M.
WINM AND l,I10l)R.
O". O. SMITH,
WIIOLtSALK AND aTAIL DBtDta IN
I WINES AND LIQUORS
And proprietor of no"' and spcndld
NO. "b OHIO I.KVKK,
CAIRO, - - - IlililNOIS,
Knpiis constantly on hand tho choicest of
Wines and Liquors, which he will sell at the
very lowest figures. Call and examine.
11. SMYTH & CO.,
Oil 10 L1VI1
Alio. Uff p constantly nn hand a mott com
pfste stock of
SOOTCn AND IRISH WH1BKIM
-( I N H,
Fort, Madorla, Hhorry and Catawba Winn
RllMYTII A CO. sell excluiliely for cash, to
, which fart thsr Invite the npuclal atten
tion nt clots bargain l.tijf rs.
F. M . 8TO0KFLKT1I,
scccuaoK o roiiLi a itocarLiTU
Hticlirjrr and Wholroalfi Denier la
Foreign nnd DomMtlt
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 02 Ohio Lkvkk,
HKkion hand constantly a full slock o
Old Krntuctv Ilourbon, Hie and Mononita
Ida Whiskies, French Hrandlea, Holland Oin
Rh Ine and California Wlnea lnSO
HTOVEM. TINWAKE. KTC,
WE GUARANTEE THAT
Who liaD ever had one of the
' ffl m. m aw
WILL MOST CHKKRFULLY RECOM
MEND IT As THE MOST
THEY HAVE EVER USED.
ADAPTED TO ALL LOCALITIES
EVERY KIND OF FUEL.
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
C. W. HENDERSON,
A. H A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Warp, Clothes Wringers Toile
War, Coal Hods, FlreUhoreU, Air 0ti.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SUEK1
No. 166 Washington-avenue
aWRoonngi Guttering, and all kinds of Jo
work done at ahorteat notice. febldlf
BOOT AND NUOK STOKE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave, nar Atheneura..
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND 8HOKB
GENTS' ROOTS AND SHOES.
And Missei' and Children's Gaitbm and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds
Which thoy soil at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examivc.
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenuo, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of tho
best material in tho market
and is prepared to fill all
ordors on tho shortest notice.
Ho guarantees both the work
and material ; his pattorns aro
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
he invites tho patronage of
the public. 1WW