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r,ii out for irauauieiu
loHrfl. No less than twenty.
flW men have conip, licro
WiilitiLVtho last three days.
Oio boat alono brought eight
from, Napoleon, Arkansas..
CiaciA. Matt LeUiid. aunt for Dan.
lWi'lrW'lillon circus, U her post
taa .ik rite. Tho clrcu will be hero
Hotter, llovember lllti. .
,W heartl Kadical politician say yei
laaii Mat thai would be at leait seven
'tV.ta Mora colored votea polled toay
. M r.li(rid. Dem6crats, look-
mil for ihaat
FlBB esiortment of table damask, at C
Tax performance given at Phljharmonlc
hall by the Thalia socioty last aunuay even
ing drew a ood house, abd wa really
better than could hate been expected of
honetaUnt. The play, Grant or Ureeley,
wm very appropriate Jutt on the eve of
Lamb itock of notions at 0. Danny'.
Tut i evening will be produced for
the flrst time in thii city, the burlesque
of Oreeley or Grant, at Philharmonic ball,
by tho Thalia society. The leading char
ctert will be represented by Messrs.
Jaeckel and Pruess, None should fail to
m tl.ii highly amuilng play.
Labob stock ol dry goods at O. Hanny's
TiieSi'kcial Polic. By virtue of a
city brdinance, Mayor Lensden has ap
pointed the following named persons to
act as special policemen to-day :
NoaTH PHKctxcT. Jas. Quinn," Mar
hall Warren. Wm. White, F. M. Ward
and That, J. Kortb.
South Pbkcikct. Jb. 11. Pbillii, Jno.
D. Uolmes, Joseph Arnold, Hi ram 'Blxby
nnd Phil. Howard
Fob Bcxt. A good and prompt pay
ing tenant can rent deslrablo house, nil
newly fitted up in complete order by ap
plying soon to Elliott fc Hay-thorn, 140
Commercial are. 11-iMw,
60 barrels Hudnett's hominy and grits
for sale by, O. D. WtLUAiitoN.
For Bixt. The elegant brick resi
dence on Holbrook avenuo containing
eleven roomi, with double parlors. Apply
10 S P. WUKBLBR,
11-Mw Over Fim National Bank.
Pbbboxal Charley W. Rearden, of
the Quincy Daily 'Whig, is at the St.
W. A. Redman, engaged tn business
in Napoleon, Arkansas, is in Cairo on a
visit to friends.
Mayor Lansden has issued a procla
mation ordering saloons to be closed to
day. This is at it should be.
To amy of our friend who desire a
first-class article In the line of boots, shoes
or gaiters, made to order, of the best stock,
and in any style or pattern desired, we
would say try Wm Khler's before going
elsewhere. 10 Iftf
Loom Blattbav, whom, everybody
knows, end who li tho friend of every
body, H now fully installed in his new
quarters, on Klghth- street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. He of
for to the public tho host St. Louis beer
the choicest brands of wine end tho purest
liquors to be found in tbo city, and hopes
that these, civil treatment and a cordial
reception, will insure to him a generous
share of public patronage. Come and
see Louis In his new home. He has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial one. , tf-
Mn. Black, of the City rJhae Store
has returned to the city, havlngpurcbated
a very large slock of fall and winter
boots and shoes, which ho is now daily re
ceiving. Mr. Black his seleoted his goods with
his utual care and taste, and guarantees
his friends nnd patrons who may call upon
him, a tlrst-clais article. Mr. B. hav
ing met with such good success in intro
ducing ladies', misses' and children's cus
tom made ihoes of Brolaski make, has
made Arrangement with tho above gon
tlemen tor a, line of their gentlemen's
and youths' hand made boots and shoes,
to which he ivites the Attention of the
gentlemen of Cairo. 10-19-tf.
Polick Codbt. Judge Broif. presid
ing. Kloven cases were up before his
-Frank Dennis, charged with drunk
enness was lined $2 end costs. Sent to
jail for six days.
Wm Fitegerald, drunk, fined $2 and
costs. Gave securitv.
John White, drunk, fined $2 end
costs. Execution issued And properts lev
ied on to satisfy fino costs.
Wm Brown, drunk; was fined 2 And
costs. Sent to labor on the streets for six
John Cornell, (not the drummer of
our band) drunk, fined $3 and costs. Paid.
Frank Bennett, drunk, was fined $2
and costs. Sent on the chain gang for six
John Crow, drunk, plead guilty, end
was fined $2 end cosU. Paid.
James O'Connor, drunk, was fined S2
And costs. Paid.
Joe Blanche, drunk, was fined $2 And
costs. Sent on chtin cane for six dav.
-Mrs. Abegit Brown, drunk, was fined
$2 and cotts. Stay of execution granted
And she left the city.
H. O. Devlin, drunk, fined $2 and
costs. Let off on promise to pav.
Conrad Frauz, brought up for using
abusive language to Paul Bering, was dis
THE RALLY LAST NIGHT.
KINK LIBERAL DEMONSTRATION.
BIO MEETING AT TUB COURT HOUSE.
The Liberal demonstration last night
was a splendid success. The torchlight
procession, with it footmen end horsemen,
presented a lino appearance.
At 8 o'clock tho court-house was full to
overflowing, a Urge number of ladle be
ing present. The meeting was called to
ordor by Mr. BarclAy, president of the
club, who Introduced Judge Allen. The
Judge spoko forcibly and cloq'uontly, for
more than an hour, And his speech was
received with frequent end loud epplauto.
Mr. Oberlyend Judge Orccn then made
short speeches, when the mccline broke up
with loud appUutc.
A child's whito fur cap with a rod wing
fastened on the side. It was loston Thurs
day night last, between tho corner of
Ninth street, Washington avo., And tho
corner of Eighth street And Commercial
avo. A liberal reward will bo given if
left at the hotel, corner of Eighth street
And Ohio loveo. 11-3-21.
XEBT OCT THE COLD.
Stuart A Uholson call special attention
to their Urge Attd varied stock of Oents,
Ladles' anl Misses' underwear. They ere
making a Ipeclallty of this claw of goods,
and are dUrmlnod to makoltan attrac
tive fenturd of their business, and have ar
ranged their prices sons to placed thorn
within tho reach of all. Thoy respectful
ly solicit Jn examination of their stock.
They are I also offering r largo lino o(
hosiery at tho vory lovvott living pricoi.
Laroe stock of black silks at C
of ladies' fans at C.
Coxcebt. A concert will be given in
the Atheneum hall, Friday evening ot
this week, November 8th, 1872. by Mrs.
Lottie Croather, Assisted by Mrs. Lansden,
Pror. Curtice, and other prominent rau
sIciaoi. The management take pleasure
in announcing that the singing will con
sist of the choicest selectioni of operatic,
serious, sentimental and comic songt.
Wasted Books to write up, or copy
ing to do. Would take a situation till
the fim of March 1873, either as book
keeper or levee clerk.
Address P. box 118 P. On or enquire at
Ibe Arlington House. H
Cut Couacil At a called setiion of
the city council yesterday Afternoon, the
Delta tre company petitioned for an ap
propriation to purchase 600 feet of hose.
Referred to the committee on fire depart
A resolution was adopted instructing
tne city treasurer to proceed to collect
personal delinquent taxes.
The citixens of the south side of Seventh
street between Walnut and Jefferson, pe
tUioned to have a sidewalk built. Rc-
ferfcs) to oosnmitte on streets.
Bills in -relation to small-pox allowed
UAloon'bonds of Austin Turner, colored.
were approved and license granted.
Calx and see the largo stock
For Rext, a two-story buiincts house
on CommerclAl Avenue, botwoen Eigh
teenth end Nineteenth streets. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Boarding houto
Apply to Johx Ueoabty, No. 89, Ohio
JJu 3(vOaijs' great ague cure or com
pound extract, of Llrrodeodron is purely
vegetable and will never harm the most
delicate constitution. It is ,voll adapted
to 'all ages and sexes and not only cures
the most severe attacks of chills and fever
bat tone up the system to such a degree,
that , t,UpM Mrey( if 0Ver, will tko
Tarn Musical iBUEfAXiiBXT.-We are
glad to welcome back that excellent musical
perlodiCA), suspended sua-, the Chicago
ire. ' .It as been purChte4 of Me.tr.
tyuS. Ileal by Mr. Robert Oolubeck
Jnuwn pianut and teacher, and
win oexonauctea to a really independent
Btfcliw.t !. present' number contains
"Will ivyUk, a M.cAl PeperT
if ""TSr "i B,rIr Twt" (by
---f"i asuriente and Parlanl
rmPmiV WllorlAls on muslcAl
"Weeo-are three new
Blcu x Ambon have received the sec
ond installment of their large stock of fall
and winter goods and offer them to cus
tomers at greatly reduced prices, having
made their purchase since the late de
cline in, wool, which eneble them to offer
dressgoods, flannels, shewlt And All woollen
vd mimed' Kooda At twenty par cent, be
low previous prices. Shawls which
brought $8 a week or so Ago Are now of-
.'ered at $6. They call particular attention
to their stock of boots and rboes, among
hicn may be found a handsome assort-
-nent of ladies' and children's shoes of tho
nest make and latest styles, All of which
ill be sold remarkably cheap. All the
new stylet of dress goods, shawlt, wraps,
nd an iminente variety of notiont, rib-
ont, etc , v ill be found on their shelves,
Nobodt denies that if you would have
oysters by the plate, i tewed, fried, roatled
raw or on the half-shell, by the dozen,
can or barrel, there is only one piece in the
ciy where you can get the freshest. Juiciest
and best. That place by common content
is the Thalia Oyster saloon, at the corner
of Twelfth street end Wasington avenue,
and, while there, if you should chance to
call for a glass of St. Louit lager ; a glass
ox wine, native or foreign, or something
of a ilronger kind, your own good tatte
will tettify that Jaeckel keen the belt.
Then go to the Thalia, call for what you
want toeM or drink, and if you are not
more than satisfied, everybody will say
that you must charge your diitatlifactlon
to y out own depraved taste. ' f.
IX THE OOLllXN AOE OT QIBLUOQU
Preserve the beauty of tho teeth with
csoxoaont, and then, when tho hair is sil
vered end the eyes dimmed with years.
k. . ...I. III III ... 7 '
iiiuum win mn rovuu two guttering
uno w uuDuiiivu ivory. JU-.1U(XW1W
Ix every quarter of the eloba wham it
Is known, aud thoro aro fow indoed where
it is not. the Mexican Muttanc Mnlmant
takes precedence of ell similar prepara
tions. Its transcendant merits Imv nl..
tulned for it a popularity seldom reached
uy any proprietary medicine. In its in
fancy the fiat of its success wm nm.
nounccd in the wide-spread endorsement
which it received from physicians, veter
inary surgeoni, horsemen and th n..i.u
generally. No one now thinks of ques
tinning Its claim to be considered ihe stan
dard liniment of America.
. l .sa
aM BBBW f -4tBtJMBLa IN W jTfeAl
T4BaTATBBMBB TM !" AT
to Mr. Gplbeck'
we of bow
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received until
i, to be opened at
10 o'clock a.m., for the delivery of two
hundred cubic yards of aand on the
grounds of the Cairo Turner oclety,
corner of Tonth and Poplar streets. All
nios should be addressed to Steven
Scweniix, chairman of Committee. Clt
THE HIDE AND KUtt TRADE
Below will he found the corrected Hit
of price by H. Levi for hides, tallow
feather, etc. H. Levi doe a very large
trade in hi line, and it is a welt known
fact that be alway pay the highest price
to be obtained in thi market. He it pay.
log for r
Hide., dry flint V fc..'.:....;... 10 to 17o
., green salted p lb BtoOIo
.-. 30 to JSc
I to oo
Deer skint W ttt...
SteAiner Burktvillc, Evansvllle
11 New Bon Accord, Mound City
Belle oi Piko Memphis
" Pink Varble, fct. Louis
" Hollo Vernon, Memphis
41 Legal Tender
8leamer T F Eckert, Island 28
" New Bon Accord, St. Louis
" Belle of Pike, St. Louis
" Fink Varble, Memphis
," Bello Vernon, Cincinnati
" Legal Tender, St. Louis
11 Illinois, Columbus
" John Kyle, New Orleans
latn MUDDY COAL.
.tJtuAmboats supplied at Any timo, both
day And night, with either lump or chest
nut coaI, In Any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tbo yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contract offered on favorablo
terms upon ipplication.
H. V. OLTrHAXT,
D. A. Boxbe, Qen'l Supt.
Sale Agent. 8-16-ly
BOAT LEAVIKO TO-DAY.
The fine City of Chester will leavo this
evening At 6 o'clock for Memphis And all
way points. The elegant steamer Grand
Tower will leave at 10 o'clock this morn
ing for St. Louts and all way points. The
Commonwealth is tho boat leaving for
New Orleans and nil way points. The
fine sidewbeel packet, Arkansas Belle is
tbo boat leaving for Evansvllle and all
point on the Ohio river, thi evening at 6
o'clock. The Jim Fisk is the regular
packet leaving at 4 p.m., for Paducah
and way landings.
C0XDITI0X or TUE RIVERS,
The river at this point began rising
Sunday evening and i now steadily
swelling. There is now over three foot in
the channel between here end EvAnsville.
The condition of the Mississippi river is
very bd And every twenty-four hour
make It worse. There i but four feet
eight inches in the channel. Special tele
gram to The Bulletin give the con
dition of the Ohio and Mististippi rivers
at variout point.
BVMXE&tf AXD WEATHER
On the landings yesterday there was
considerable Animation and everything
lookt fair for another busy week. The
weather wn very disagreeable. A high
wind prevailed all day, driving the dust
helter tkelter much to the ditgutt of the
The Eckert has gone down to raiie the
Belfast, which sunk at island No. 20, a
few days Ago.
The Burksville hai withdrawn from
the Evansvllle trade, and will probably
enter the trade between here and Cape
The Belle Vereon goes through to Cin
cinnati and will load there for New Or
leans. The City of Cairo will leave for Louli
vllle about the lait of this week, and will
leavo thero for New Orleans.
The John Kyle and barge left hero with
all the freight she could carry.
Tbe'Belfast which sunk at iiland No.
20, a few dayt ago, had 1,300 tontfrelght on
board hertclf and barge which shejmd In
tow, and a light list of cabin, and deck
Captalu Win. Lowth, who has Leen.cap
tain of the transit stoamer Illinois tinco
slio has been running, has boen appointed
commander of the fine steamer Idlowild.
Slio will run from Evansvillo to Mem
Captain Dugan with bis steamer Eckort
succeded in raising bargo No. 34, which is
now on the docks being repaired.
The Pink Varble had a trip for Mom-
phis. The Anchor lino at St. Louis loaded
There were three arrivals from Evam-
vllle Sunday, the Frank P. Graccy, Flor
ence Lee and Burktvlllo, and tho freight
brought out by tbem would hardly till an
old fashioned bread tray.
Tho legal tonder for St. Louis was nearly
light, Sba will probably load there in the
The Bon Accord brought down from St.
Louis a. barge loaded with locomotives for
the Texas aud Pacific railroad, which will
go from here to Sbreveport, Louisiana.
Feathers in large or small Quantities
at very low figures nt II'. Lovl's hide
store, on Ublo Levee. 10 l&Jtf
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffe Sugar for One Dol
lar; Sevmi lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Goftee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventyfive Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar por poand, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY ABIXBY'S.
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenuo, stcond door west
of Tenth street is manufactur
ing Boots anl Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepircd to fill all
orders on the) shortest notice.
Ho guarantee both the work
and material his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shon in the citv. Confident
of the excelbnce of his work,
he invites he patronage of
the public. . 1MM 3m.
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
Vttutl staeik Bwuaitic.
BtvtfMoial aueetiee uai uertart iron
A placo wlicrer'ou can buy ni much for
a you eancUc where for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the public thai they have fitted their
new store bouo on Eighth street with tbo
finest and best assorted stock of
general inorchandio over before brought
to this mnrke, and in order
to secure a largo pction of the patronage
of tho public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
ANY OTII2K ES TA 15
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expresilj for the coming fall and
winter trade of tils locality, and con'uts
of Ladies, Gentsind Children'
BOOTS 5c SHOES,
And all i.ther arlcles to be found in a
first clatt dry goodhnd clothing eitabliih
ment. Wcall eipecialtttention to our large
aisortment of dres goods, shawls and
cloaks, which depatmcnt If complete in
all lUdetails. Ourrockof
is the largest in tho ciy, and wo aro on
ablod to offer spocinl iiducomonts to pur
cbaiar. In Oentlcmcns' Clching, Roots and
Shoe, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully preparertto meet all de
mands at prices defying .ompetition. An
it is to the interoit of evjry ono to buy
whore goods are cheaient and best
wo cordially invito tho public
to cull and examine our stock boforo pur.
Our ettablUhmont is located on tho punt
aide of Eiijluh street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
WUUDI WOODll WUUD11
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, aoi Ciieaper
bad any wood dealer In Cnlro. Leave ordei
on the xlutea at the l'ostofflce mid nt Uoi,v
coal yard, on Commercial uvenue, between
rcntli und twtlilh streets, Cairo, llllnol. I
Klve good measure mid will cord tbo wood
up If desired,
aivilu-tf DENNIS HALEY.
CO A l
CAIRO CITY COAL"
a prsparod to sepplv coitomer with In
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ounieiifl un ii.MM. w. .a
2.m&L.v?if. Coal Yard below tho
h- uLe,4?0Wlf.wl" "ceive prompt atten
XSS". Tu. Mojctaok" will bring eoal
alengsldt to (teamen at any hour.
REQULAB CAIRO, I'ADUOAH A EVANS
VUiLE oKMI-WKKKliT U. B.
Thn Fast ant Elegunt PMfnf r Sleamet
Tack Okammkh, Muster.
E. Tiiomah, Clerk.
9T Leaves Cairo for l'nducah and Kv.ms
vllle, every Thursday and Hunday evening,
atO o'clock, connecting at Evansvillo Willi
tbo Louisville and Cincinnati packets. Vor
frolght or passage apply to
JAMKslhuas Passenger Ag''.
REUOt.AR CAIRO. PADUCAH EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
Tbo fino Passenger Packet
IIEN. HOWARD .Master
Nkulky Rudii Clerk
jarLcaves Calm for Padurali and Evans
vlflo every Tuesday and Friday evening at tl
o'clock. For freight or pasmigo upplv on
board or to
.Iamkh lltooH. PnscnKcr Au'i.
REOUI.AR CAIRO AND EVANSVII.I.K
SEMI-WEEKLY MAIL LINE PACKET.
Tho line low pressure Panscnger Packet
W. R. PENNINGTON Mart
iSTLcavc Cairo every Wednesday ami
Saturday evening nt 0 o'clock, for l'ailu .ub
und Evansvllle. For freight or passage iijh
ply on board or to
JAmes 111009, Passenger Ak'I.
Charier! Sfnreh 1, mat.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
A. H.HAKKORD. President i
H. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President
II. HYHLOP, Secretary nnd Treasurer.
P. M. DiactAT, Cius. Gamouss,
F. H. BTHcariKTii, Pict . Scam,
It. II. CCKKtaoUAM, It, V. UilMDAr,
J. M. I'niturf.
Depoalu ol nnr Amount Kerel vent Irani
Test Cent Cpwnrd.
JNTKKEST palil on (lrposita at the rale ol six
percent, per annum, March Island Hepletn
r 1st. Interest not wllhclrswn Is f.ilJel linme
U eljr to lie princitialof tho deposits, Iherehy
r'tidk I hem compounct Interest.
MAHRIBII WOMRK AND CIIILllKBN MAY
U THAT HO ON IUK CAM DKAW IT.
Open ererjr business dnjr Irom a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and BstuMar eTenin lor HAVING DKPOSITb
only, from ( to o'clock.
W. HTHt.nl'. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
0A1MTAL, 7" . . 8100,000
Hf H4umm i
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Dick Fowlkk, Cnptain
LcavoH Culm DAILY, (.Suuilay excepted), lit
4 p.m. For freight orpussut'e apply on bo:in.
or to ,1a. Mam.ohv, Au't.
CAIHi. AND .MOUND CITY
Will make three trips illj.
At 7 a.m.
At 11 a.m
I.KAV'O MOUND CITV
At 8U50 a.m.
At 10 p.m.
At 0 p.m.
Fare each, way, 30 cents: 10 tickets lor
92 M. "Will land, when balled, at any kooi'
Intermediate landing for passenxcrx oi
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice i hereby Riven to the owner or
owners of the building situated ou lot num
bered thirty-one (31 j. in block numbered
twenty-seven (27), in thellr-t addition to the
city of Cairo, proper petition balni; been
tiled pray ing the condemnation of i-ald build
ing as a nuisance, said owner or owners are
notltled to hao aid building remoteil or
placed in suit.- condition wlibfu ten (10)
days from the date of tbls notice.
Cairo. Ills.. Oct. ), 1872. City Marshal.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
MULDERS' SUPPLY DKPCT
13 TBMTB BTRBBT,
Doom, Nnsb, Bllsida, MasildlSMr,
Knve Unttcre, (woestl) Wlsselew ttatel Doer
frsuars, riisorlasj, lUi,
NtiltiRlee, Cllnaed Nmah, Olcuseel !
1.1s; It U, UlAard TrsuMoaaw,
Nnab WelhU, Haab Ptilllea astel Oarela
Blind ruiteBlare, BtoJac
fell, Hooalti; Cestieait, Plaaterlstsj
Paper, Carpet felt. Wills
ad, Maaed Oil, Aaterleas Wladasv
lllaaa, Kaallab aadrreaela
Plate) UlaM, Putty, Waaler) Folate
Hewer Pipe Pa teat Cblutacr;
W. P. llAl.l.lHAV, President;
IIENItr L. IIAM.IIMY, Vice-Presldeai :
A. II. HAFKOK1), Csshleri
WALTER II Yril.01'. Aslslsnt Cashier.
HrAtt Tatlob. Kosra? It. Ccssisnmu,
HtSkT I.. llALtltltT, W. P. IUllidat,
Oto. U. WiLtiAHius, Biiriir.s llisi
A. H. HArroan.
KrbanBf, Cnln and tlnllesl Mtatew
Honda HoiikIM and Hold.
KPlKSriM received, nd s rrnersl Unklns
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OP A IKU.
DA Nit: I, IIIJRI), reel.lenl
R01IEHT. HL..'.t iiffresMnat
C. N. UUUIira. Ca.nler.
COLLKCTIONS 1'ROMITLY MJiDK.
..Ai.iiA.iiir.. cum. iiiqk onivs an'l unim'. (
lalrrsNit AIIowhI in Tlmr ISepnalli.
AtttOT A.l nlluK NIUUC.
Sealed propo-uls will bo received At tbo
city clerk's office until 7J oclock p.m., of
Tuesday, tho 12th day of November, A.D.
lb" J, fur furnishing the materials or doing
the work, or both, for tbo construction of
sidewalks as.follows, z : On tho easterly
side of Washington avenue, In front of lot's
numbered eighteen (18), nineteen (1),
twenty (20), and twenty-onx (!il ), in block
numbered twenty-four (24), on said east
erly sido lrom tbo northerly line of said
lot numbered eighteen (IS) produced to
tho lino fixed by ordinance the outer
eJge of the sidewalk constructed, or to be
constructed on tbo southerly lido of
Seventh street in the city of
Cairo; on the northerly side
of Sixth street, from Washington
avenue to Jetl'ersnn nvenue; on the north
erly sido of Cross street, from Washington
avenue to Walnut street, to connect with
the sidewalks on tboso streets; on tbu
welt side of Commercial avenuo in front
of lots numbered cinn (1), two (2), three
(3), four 11), five (6) and six (0), in block
numbered twenty (20); on tho south sido
of Tenth street from Walnut street to
Sealed pronosnlh will also bo reeolved ns
above, for furnishing tbo inntcrialt or do
ing tho work, or both, for tho reconstruc
tion or renewal of tbo following described
siduwa'ks, viz: On tho south side of Nine
teenth street from Poplar street to Com
mercial avenuo; on tho north sido of
Twentieth street from Ohio Loveo to Wal
nut street; on th south sldi ol or Twen
tieth street from Ohio Leveo to AVashinir-
ton avenue; on both sides of Poplar street
from Eighteenth street to Division street;
on tho south sido of Division street und on
tho north side of Center street; on tbo
north side of Twonly-flftli street from
Washington avenuo to Walnut street, and
on south side of sainu street from Walnut
street to Hnlbrnok uvnnuo; and on tbu
south sido of Thirty-fourth street from
Commercial uvunuo to Washington
avenue. Said proposals shall bo directed to
tho city council and will bo opened at a
joint meeting of the council at tho timo
All proposals shall bo mado in accordance,
with the provisions, requirotnnnts und spec
IflcRtlons of nidlnancn No. 32, un
proved SeptcmborlOtb, A. D, 1872, which
ordinance is now mi fllo at my ofllce, sub
ject to examination at any timo.
31." J. Howxby,
Cairo, III., Oct. 28. 1872. tU-2rU0d
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave, noar Atheneum.
Kep on hsnd a ool M-orttnrnt of
LADIES' UAITERS AND SHOES
OENTS' HOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitkiw and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy soil at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Cam. a ni) Kxamink.
AOKNTS lor Koek Kirei Pt.er Company'
HhealhlnK Felt soil (Quarts Cemont
il. W John's iaiproTwl Koofiojf always on
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
oak and walnut
Hat Ing the sole rlitht in this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the bct Patent Kiln extant, we are espe
cially prepared to furnish at all times, on
the shortest notice,
TIIOROUOIILY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention Is called to our stock ol
Lumber delivered to anv part ol the city
Jrdern received at the olilce ol
HAFFORD, MORRIS CANDEE,
ut that of the company, corner of StUi
Ireel and Ohio leec sllifi'Hl.lm.
H. WALT KltS.
HARD and SOFI1 LUMBER
o ertry deriptlD,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb
DOOHS, SAHU, ULINDS -ORDERS
Steam ii oat Lumber,
Kurolshed on shortest notice.
Cotuiueroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-gl.,
III l.l.l AltlSN
Corner Twenty-second street und Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest market
price, Also a good article of
uIWL-SIWRl Lenve orders ut HAI.MDAY
RRpTHERS, or apply at tho uill,
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CIULD11EN,
Eiohtii St., Bt. Com. & Wash.,
wwia uuae u tht latest trie.
NEW LIVER V STABLE
IIKTWEK.V WAMI'K AVKMUR AND WAI.NL'1
llr. II. K. Fields Informs tne public thst he his
LIVE H V S T A li L K,
on the northwest sil of Tenth street as ntme
Ills Hlstln will h fuinlslieil with none hut the
AND OOOD VEHICLES.
nnd the public may he accommodated nt all
hours of the day and nlirht with safe teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields ask n share of public patronage
and will emleuwir to merit II bv lair ilealln
unci strict attention to business.'
ST. NICHOLAS !
R. S. IIRKillA.M, .M. 1).,
Homeopathic Physician and .Surgeon. Of
lieo l.'Ki Coiimicrcial uvenue. Resldenec on
Tenth street, three doors wot of C. It.
DU. li. 0. TAHEIt,
Will resume the practice of bis profession
with especial iclereiico to the electric
treatment ol (liseascs In ull the new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all easot or .enule complaint a lady
will bo in attendance.
OUlce, 1!M Comiiierclalavenuo, up stairs.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
RKSIlltf.M.K .No. Kl Thirteenih street, Ue
'.Wt'..u '; ""binitinn avenue anl Walnut street.
rn in avenue, up elslrs.
U. W. DUNNING, M. V.
REHIUKNCK-eornerNinth aud Walnut eta,
. 0f-oinci nuth street and Ohio levee.
Office rioiirs-rr.ii. a ,m. in u w . and p.m
H. WAKDNKK. M. D.
EHIDRNOK-Cornrr MneUenlb street and
WftStllnifton H.nill. tl... aim. - .11.
nroover Ar er sOrorery Htiro. Office Hours from
tvw. iii. m , in. ami -om
i to o, in.
DIt. It, BLUM,
KiirReon and Mechanical
OlHec, Coininerelal Avenuo between Ninth
nnd Tenth streets,
,Lw!?rkJ.rf ,)ec,,Vn: n"n"":o to the Cltl
zcii or Cairo and BiiiwumlliiK Country,
that 1 have opened an olilce for the practlco
0 my profession at the abovo mentioned
ice, where 1 hope to receive a sharo dl tbo
1 J i l)a,r"lj'' All persons wishing the
very best dental work hIiouUI give mo u call.
GHEEN & GILBEltT,
COUNSELORS AT 1.A1V.
William II. Ureen, t
JENNY LIND TABLES
Sultahle for all kinds ol
HARRY WALKER A CO., Prop'r.
This house is newly fltted up with two
And two Hue
The saloon 1 stocked with the Best
le7mtbu U 8,T,n t0
0I0I OHIO LBV AB, BOOM T AMD OTfB
Ottt NATIONAL BANK.
ure compounded in the most approved tyle
jgrc'oiuo and see lor yourself. They keep
on band u lino stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEHSE AND HOL
Are spread '-moralng aud evnlag' at la
o'olook, at which all are Invited to partlo
pate tree ol chAtxe. U