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THE CA1K0 DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER , 1872.
THE BULLETIN.
PtMtaMtM
alUUa HalMlac
KLBOTiosf Da v. The weather yester
day wti perverae. Tlio sun refused to
bin ; coTd aririllng rln fell at inter
rli lha atmosphere wt chilly apd disa
grMbl til day' long,
Call anil sea tho lareo stuck ot dry
foods at 0. Manny'.
LoaT.--A, rqoss agio ring. Tho llndor
will U literally rewarded ly leaving It
with Charlka Hahuy,
31 Wait door In Arab Engine House.
assortment of labia damak, at C.
Haony's.
Foa Rbjct, a two-story business houso
on Commercial avenue, botween Kiel
taenia and Nineteenth streets. It it well
adapted forsJooo and Hoarding tiouic
Apply t40MK llRdAHTY, No. 8'., Olilo
Leree. 10-Ultf.
Thk ctectloni In thin city yesterday
paiied off very quietly. Owing to the
great length of the ticket, tlio re
sult cannot bo correctly estimated until
tbe official rote It announced, which can
not bo until n very late hour. At thli
time, 3 a. m., the count shows the South
Cairo precinct to hare given a majority of
1C for Grant, Koernnr a much larger ma
jority, Irviu 11, with Harman behind.
Tho voto In tho North Cairo precinct Is
as follows: Yocum 40f, Herman 312,
Soup 427, Irvin 357.
A Noticoto tho M. Masons of Cairo,
Vr Brother I); W. Thompson will do-
liver a lecture on "Adopt! vo Ma
sonry" at JHasonlc halt on Wednesday
eve., Mov. out. IBi'i. Masons nnd llici
families Brc cordially invited to be pros
cm. .1 no. mckwkk, sec y I". 1.,
K." It. Degree
Foil Kfvr. A good ntul prompt pav
lag tenant can rent a deslrablo house, nil
newly fitted up In complete order by np
plying soon to Elliott & Haytliorn, 140
Commercial avo. 1 1-3-1 w,
50 barrels Hudnctt's hominy mid gri
for tale by, O. 1). Williamson.
11-2-2 w.
Da. McCahe' groat "E"" -'urc or c'nl"
pound extract of Lirlodendron Is purely
Tegetable and will ncrur harm tlio most
delicate constitution. It is woll ndapled
to all ages and sexes and nut only cures
tbe most severe attacks of chilli and fever,
but tones up the system to such n degree,
that a relapse rarely, if ever, will take
place. 10-17eodliii
Foa Rent. Thu elegant brick resi
dence on liolbrook avenua containing
eleven rooms, with double parlors. Apply-
to S P. WllKCLKK,
lM-tw Over Frst National Bank
Almosta had Acciiucst. Yestorday
morning, a littlo son of Mr. ltose, aged
seven or eight years, was playing with n
rivet about an inch or nearly an inch in
length, with a round Slat top about as largo
as a nicklo, and wi'h very sharp edges.
Tho little fellow, who was f landing on the
corner of Eight street, put the dangerous
plaything in bis mouth and inadvertently
swallowed it. It lodged In his throat and
he started to run homo, but after a few
stepi stopped and succeeded in tbe at
tempt to cough it up. The little fellow's
throat bled slightly 'and ho was, not with
out reason, considerably alarmod.
Coxckrt. A concert will bo given in
tbe Atheneum hall, Friday evening ot
this week, November 8th, 1872, by Mrs.
Lottie Croather, assisted by Mrs.Lansden,
Prof, Curtice, and other prominent mu
sicians. The management take pleasure
in announcing that the singing will con
sist of tho choicest selections of operatic,
serious, sentimental and comic songs.
11-5 dtd.
Larue
Hannv's. '
stock
or
dress goods nt 0,
WANTED.
A woman to cook and
$lf er month. Apply
LKTI.V.
iron. Wages
nt Tub Hi t.
tf.
La hub stock ol dry goods at C. Hanny's
NOTICE TO. CONTRACTORS.
Scaled proposals will bo rct.olved until
Thursday, November 7, to be opened at
10 o'clock a.m., for tho dollvory of two
hundred cubic varda of sand on the
grounds of tho Cairo Turners society,
corner of Tdnth and Poplar streols. All
bids should be addressed to Sloven
Scwanitx, chairman of Committee, Cltj
Hrowery. Stkvkn Sowaxitj:,
W.M. llVDER,
LOU IS UkKHERT,
Il-j-Ul Committee.
Fkatueks In large or mall quantities
at very low figures at II. Levi's hide
store, on Ohio I.ovce. 10 lSdtf
La not
Ilatun'.
stock of black silks at C
CITY COUNCIL.
ANOTUElt CANDIDATE'
In the great conflict for office through
which we are passing, it is consoling and
pleasing to know that one candidato at
least for public patronage, has tbe general
good will of the people and we bopo will
be tbe recipient of general support nr.d ap
probation. Wo allude to Dan Uice, tbe
time-tried and worthy veteran of the
arena, with his great Paris Pavillion
Circus, which will exhibit in this city next
Monday afternoon and night. Every,
body can be made perfectly happy and
contented. This circus is far-famed for
its extraordinary attractiveness. Novel
ties and features new, startling, graceful
and amusing. Four clowns and llfty
are Die artists a living phenomenon, and
anatomical wonder called "The man
fiend.'' A troupe of educated animals;
in fact a world of wonder, amusement
andMnstruction. Don't forget Monday,
November 11. Let every ono go.
To aky of our friends who desire n
first-class article In the lino of IkjoU, shoes
or gaiters, made to order, of the best stock,
ana in any siyio or pattern desired, we
would lay try Wm Khler's before going
elsewhere. 10 9tf
Louis Blattkau, whom evorybody
knows, and who is tbe friend of every
body, is now fully installed in his now
quarters, on Eighth street, botween Com
mercial and Washington avenues. Ho of.
fr to the public thu best St. Louis beer
the choicest brands of wine and tho purest
liquors to bo found in tho city, and hopes
that these, rlvil treatment and n cordial
reception, will insure to him a generous
share of. public patronage. Come and
see Louis in his now home. 11 u has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial one. tf,
Mr. Black, of the City Shoe Store
has returaed to tbe city, having purchased
a very large stock of fall and winter
boots and shoes, which ho is now daily re
ceivlng, Mr. Black his selected his goods with
his usual care and taite. and guarantees
h s friends and pt,on, who may call upon
him, a first-claw artlclo. Mr. U Uv
log met with ,ucb good success In intro
ducing ladles', misses' anj ehildron'si cus
torn made shoe, of Urolaiki make, ha.
made arrangement with the above gen-
a youth, ,1MMj Ulld(,ilu0l nJ
gentlemen oM, JO-19-tf.
Kokodt denies tuatu you would hav
oy.ter.-by the plate, ,u u JZ
rawer batf.ul). ... .u'"1"1
can or fcaml, there i, on)y , pUcB
city whew vcucan get the freshest, Julcie.t
"w consent
i.tnThellVOytUr.D,at lt ,,
of Twelfth itrWt and Waslnrton
nnd, wMk tktre, If you shots Id chance to
call fe'wlas of St. Louis lasrer: a irlas.
. . ii ib
u.n, winsai.naiv.or forejtrn. or something
l " 70U " not
f ----- "j
V ttisfaction
HI'KCIAI. JOINT MKETINO OK THE CITT
COUNCIL, CALLED II Y THK MAYOK
KOK UKNEKAL BUSINESS AND THE AP
I 'OINTMENT OK OKKICERS.
CotlXCII. ClIAMBKK, I
C'Allto, Ills., Sov. i, 2 p.m., 1872.
Present His Hpnor Mayorl Lansdon
nd Cunningham, Halllday, Hurd, Met-
cnlf, Phillii, Kobluson, Schuh, Standi,
Strutton, Swayne, Taylor, Walder and
Wood 14.
On motion of Councilman Wood, the
reading of the minutes was dispensed with.
KF.KORTH OK OFFICER.
Tho following report, were presented,
and on motion were received and ordered
filed, viz. of F. Bross, P. M., for Augiut
and September; of Menner and Heim,
police constables for October, and of
Police Conslablo Mebner on tbe condition
of street lamps in October.
ORDINANCE COMMITTEE KKI'ORT.
Tho ordinance committee reported the
following ordinance which was read and
laid over for a second reading :
An ordinance granting the right of way
io mo jveniucKy ana Tennessee Kail
road company over certain streets of
the city.
Whereas Tho Kentuckv and Tannes.
see Itailroad company have agreed to es-
laiMiMi a uepoi lor ineir roau on the Ohio
river bank, outside of Levoe street, the
lower or southerly end of which will be
near Twenty-Hftb" street extended in said
city, and aro desirious of forming running
connections with other railroads whose
termini are in said city, therefore
B6 it ordained by the city council of
the city of Cairo :
Section 1. That in consideration of tbe
establishment of a deoot by them on the
Ohio river bank near the intersection of
Twenty-flfth street, If extended, and Levee
street, the Kentucky and Tennessee rail
road company of Kentucky are hereby au
thorized and empowered to lay down,
maintain and operate a single or double
line of rails on, over and along Levee
street in said city from their said depot
grounds at or near Twentv-sixth street
northwardly and on, over and along Kail
road avenuo to Commercial avenue, or to
its intersection with the Cairo and Vln
eennes and Illinois Central railroad tracks,
provided that said lines of rails shall,
when laid, be so iirran'ged that travel by
men and team, over and ulong said track
shall not be impeded thereby.
ri.SANCE COMMITTER KEI'OKT.
The finance commilteo, to whom was
referred the last report of T. W. Hallid.y,
City treasurer pro tern, reported back the
same as correct and recommending Us an
proval. 1
On motion ot Alderman Cunningham
snid roport was roceivodd and ordered
filed.
Tho finance committee ulio reported n
large number of persons delinquent on
personal taxes nnd therefore submitted the
following resolution, vis :
JtnolrtJ, That tho city treasurer und
collector, in conjunction with the city at
torney, be and he is horoby instructed to
proceed ut onco to collect any and all
taxes now past due, and in caso of tho ri
rusa of tho said delinquent! to make im-mediate-
payment to said city collector, he
is hereby instructed to proceed at once
and tuke possession or sufllclnnt proutrtv
belonging to said delinquent, as will sat
ry the city in tho amount and co.t of col
letting the .amo, or to take such other
steps as may be deemed necossary and
proper to collect tho amount duo tho cltv.
On motion or Councilmun Schuh tho
report was received and tho resolution
adopted,
MARKET COMMITTEE UEPOKT.
The committee on market, reported
that Weighmaslor Bross had collected on
account ol tho city .cales, fiom March 4th
to November 2d, 187'J, tho sum of $30 40
which amount, less ultcen per cent, com!
mls.lou, he had paid into tho city treasury
On motion of Alderman Metcalf the te'.
juik u receivou anu ordered Hied.
I'ETITIONa.
A petition of the Delta Fire L'oi.,u.,
No. C, praying the council to furnish tucm
""VI left or rubber bom far n,i-
ien
'"Kino, was proientod.
" motion by Alderman ltobinson to
h.-..i.e ,,rByer of u,u petitiorsars was
' "led out of or.ih.
Aid. Itobl nmtt a .
untitle... . .u . moveu ier tlio
I 11 'lh(Wlf director, of the
new
Mvp.runcnt Will, i
chase the hose asked i fur P
meeting of the council. Carried
A petition from a number of' resident
of south aldo of 8evnnth street wa. road
praying tho construction of a sidewalk
thereon from Walnut street to Jefferson
avonue.
On motion of Councilman Hurd tho pe
tition was referred to the street commit
tee. hill..
The following bills wore prcsonted and
on motion of Councilman Wood reforrcd
to tho propor committees, vir.;
rmiik llemls, wliltcwahlng park
teiK'c, el"
Cairo Box and Basket company,
1,!M ft. lumber
.Tno It Oliorly. publishing council
proceeding In Oct.. etc.... ...
W II ilockwell, stationery for city
clerk' olllcp
Wm Henry. Jr.. Ut kegs nails, etc.
Clin Peters, pointing il pick. ....
Cairo Citv ia voinpntiy. gn used
In 8.1 street lampi In Oct
It II Cunningham, rent of council
building for Oct ,
i: A Iliimett, Oct. aliry "i lty
comptroller ;
A Cain. Oct. snlary city liiaMial
M .r Howley, Oct. wihiry ! city
clerk ,
T W Hallldav. Oct. Mlaiy city
ticastircr, pin tern, 7 d:!) ...
It A Cunningham, October salary
cltv ireaMircr'Jt ihiys .....
1, II Myers, October salary n ehlel
i.r i..iii...
ChnrleOlchlier. P 11 Helm. It F Mil-
llllgslv, II r .Martin. .1 SJ i.h line
and Fred Whltoamp, police con
stables, salarv for October each.
F l!ro, falarv;a police magistrate
to Nov. nth ono molith
Wm lliiiirv. Ii.'ii-il ware fornot holl'i1
M F Wootim, 111 day guai illtiir small-
iiox noiico
Wheeler. da guniillng
Miiall-nox hoii'O.. . . ....
ltlcliard Mack. 10 il:ij guarding
f.lll.llltlOV llOII-l!
Henry Mack. 2 day guarding hni.ill
do.v house
.Sandy Ki dman, attendance at pet
house l.'i ilavx
Jackson Guru, attenilain'c at pv.st
lioiie 1 1 ilav
W W Wooton.'MipcrintetidlngMirill
no.v matters .'I! davs
7. P Hollv, repairing' pest house, etc.
Peter Dowd, lialllliig 2 loads to pet
home
V lti-cr, 4 pairs blanket for pest
house
M DrNcoll, hauling ceiling paper t
iii't hniie
Parker & Itlake, UO .lbs. ceiling pa
per for nest house
I)r Evans, vaccinating 09 pcn-oin . .
ru ti l'arKer, vaccinating per-
MAKET REPORT.
MoNDAYiEvKNINO, Nov. 4, 1872.
The general market In some of Its fea
tures Is rathordull. Flour Is very quiet
You can
nnd ono-half lbs.
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
Inr ; Seven lbs. Now Orlonns .
with nothing doing outside of the Jobbing QUgar for Qno )0lhu J I3cst
trado. Uals nro somownai ueprosscu 10-
buy six NEW ADERTISEMENTS.
Durant's
COMING!!
f W 2S
:i7 us
lo 02
I IK)
7li M
a oo
2!J t0
40 Oil
no
7." no
1(H) lJ
2.1 !W
l!0 00
SI .13
75 INI
: oo
1 so
f7 00
24 00
an oo
o oo
2.1 M
2.-I 12
HI 00
11 02
2 IX
14 00
:o
4 Gi.
24 75
S2 00
ro fo
II) 85
4a co
11 05
24 CO
I)r .1 C Sullivan, vaccinating 200 per
son M.I McC.aiily, drugs and medicines
llarclay Ilrntlicr. dnigs and medicine
Oeo .Schllimel, rent of pent houo,
I . Inn., ..M..ll 1 1 11....
j'i.. iBiuiin mi iiipiiuij. iiniinii
lloilll. I'll!
L Jorgensen, groverie for net
lious, etc.
LIQUOR UONllS.
State and city liquor bonds of Tomer
& Trice werof proientcd, and, on motion
pproved.
Alderman Swayn moved to reconsider
the vote to approve. Carried. On motion
of Alderman Swayne the' statu bond was
pproved. On motion of Alderman Cun-
inghani the city bond was approved.
SPECIAL POLICE COKATA11LE8.
Councilman Schuh irovedthat two spe
cial policemen for each precinct bo ap
pointed to serve to-morrow, election day.
Alderman Metcall moved to amend by
having flvo instead of two. Amendment
curried.
The motion as amended was Jhcn car
ried. The mayor then nominated the follow
ing persons to act a. special police consta
bles: North precinct, Jas Qulnn, Marshall
Warren, Wm. White, F. M. Ward and
Thos. J. Keith ; and for tbe South pre
cinct, James Phlllis, John Holmes, Joseph
Arnold, Phil. Howard and H.BIxby.
Councilman Hurd moved to ballot for
together. Carried.
Tbe above named persons were then
elected by the following voto: Ayes
Cunningham, Halllday, Hurd, Metcalf,
Phillij, Robinson, Scbub.Stancil, Stratton,
Swayne, Taylor, Walder and Wood 13.
Nov 0.
Alderman Cunningham moved to fix
their compensation at $5 each. Council
man Wood moved a. amendment to tlx
their compensation at $3 each. Council
man Schuh moved as an amendment to
the amendment that their compensation be
tlxed at $4 each. Amendment to the
amendment was adopted.
On motion of Councilmun Hurd, ad
journed. M. J. Howlev,
City Clerk.
IN THE UOLtlEN A OK OF OIHLHOOD
Preserve the beauty of tho teeth with
Sozodont, and then, when tho hair is ail-
verea and the eyes dimmed with years,
the mouth will still reveal two elitturim?
rows of unsullied ivory. 10-3diStwlw
Fine assortment
Hanny's.
of ladies' fans at C.
In ovory quarter of tho globo whore it
e known, and thero are few indeed where
it is not, tho Mexican Mustang Liniment
innca (ireeeuenco in an similar prepara
tions. Its transcondunt merits have ob
tained for it a popularity seldom roncbed
by any proprietary medicine. In its in
fancy the tlut of its success was pro
nounced in tho wide-spread nndorsoment
which it received from physicians, veter
inary surgeons, horsemen and tho public
generally. No one now thinks or que.,
tinning its claim to bo considered On. iu...
dard liniment of America.
Il-Sd&WlW;
Mas. Anna Lano, Klghtli street be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has just received n large and varied
stock of fall goods, and dcsirei to call par-
similar auenuon lo ner handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear,
something new In this market. Her
woolen drawers and leggin. combined aro
alio something now and the most comtort
able thing for children in cold woathor
evor devised. Mrs. Lang also has a well
solectod assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowors, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will bo sold as cheap as can bo
found elsewhere In this market.
lOMMm
ATTENTION.
Received daily by express nt Winter',
grocery in Winter's block, tho following
Kods kept in ico: Fresh white
', salmon, buss and perch;
rresh oy.tors, direct from Haltlmore, by
the can at OOo to families, warranted
good; also New York sound.',, by tho
quart; clams and fresh lobsters; squirrels
duclts and other game ; celery and ricbl!
Ohio butter, always on hand; also all
kinds of vegetables and fancy groceries
sliced ham, Ac, beside, a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will be ld at a fair living profit
10-10-tf.
Lakue stock of notion at O Hanny's,
day and hard to sell at 80c in sacks. Corn
continues in good demand atprevlousqiio-
tallons. A few choice cars ol white, sold
In small lot nt figure above tho market.
Hay is depressed owing to thodeclincof
of prices id New Orleans nnd tlio high
rales of freight.
jfiyOorrespotidetits should lour In
mind that our quotations represent prices
for l on ml lots from llrst hand', unless
otherwise stated, and that in tilling small
orders higher prices must bo paid.J&S
FLOU It-Very quiet and dull. 1000
bbh various grade sold at $5 (10 to II 25
and 270 bbl do on orders $.1 7fi lo 60.
HAY quiet nnd dull nnd hard to sill
at $20 00 for choice. Common will tint
sell at any price. .Maikft well supplied
while order have till Ion oil, 'J ours choico
Timothy sold nt l'J2d del ; 4 cars do,
sold early at $20 OO del ; !! curs timothy
mixed brought 18 00 del ; ntul 1 curclioitn
'.0 00 dol.
COKN. Market moderately well sup
plied ; demand fair tit .18.' for mixed nnd
4oo for white in bulk on truck cash.
Ilrokcn loH nnd order sales on time,
command higher llgures, 0 earn clioicu
white o'.i orders brought fi c; 2 cars do in
sacks del Mc; ocars do Me; 2 cars mixed,
In bulk on truck, ilSc: 4 cars nnd u cars
mixed, in sacks del, !?(.
OATS Market weaker, and buyers and
sellers apart buyer oll'ering 2!) and
sellers holding tor 30o, sacked and del.
3 enrs, 2 cars, 1 car, and o cars sold in
sacks del at 30c; Scars UOJc, sacked and
del ; 5 cars mixed, in bulk un truck,
brought IMc
AT OA I HO
flirnn niwl Mtm.lmlf llliu Ti'iinn
Kio Coffeo, Ono Dollar ; Bcstj MONDAY, NOV. 11
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; licst Gun-
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Sevonty-ti vo Cents por pound ;
Voting Hyson and Oolong Tou,
One Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & HIXHY'S.
AFTKKNOON AND NKSHT.
DAXT RICE'S
Home Advortsicments.
NTKAMBOATN.
ItKOtlljAlt CAIRO. PAntJCAH A KVAN8
VILI.K HK.Ml-WKKKI.Y V. S.
MAIL PACKKT.
The fast nd E1criiI I'w.tujer Hleatnei
ri-24-tf
STOP AND HEAD!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVKIIYHODYI
A place where you can buy n miieh for
OUB DOLLAR
:i you can clsewhcrt! lor
ONK DOLLAR AND A QUAKTEU
Tho undersigned would ro..pcetful'y In
form tho public Hint they Imvo fitted their
now store housu on Eighth street with thu
finest and best assorted stock of
general merchandise ever before brought
to this tnarkot, and in ordor
to secure n largo portion of the patronage
of the public,
stsssssssssss.lsssssr W
iHHflHVi
fOv J. N
IDLBWILL.
.Iai;k (lltAM.MIilt, Master.
Kn. Tim.MAH, Clerk.
I 3rjTI!aen Calm lor P.idiicah and Kvnn
, wile, ew-ry Tlniixliiy nnd Sunday ovenliiif,
nt U o clock, connecting at Kv.innMu wltl!
I the LoiiNvIIId und Cliiclimatl packets. Fo
Irclglil or asagi! apply to
.Ia.mkm IlliKi.i Passenger Ag',
UIKll'I.AUCAIIIO.l'AIUtUAH ,t KVAN
VIM.K JiKMI-WKKiaY lCKIOT.
I ho line Paeiiger Pnckut
ARKANSAS BELLK.
m:.. iioWAitu
-N'Kdi.r.v llunii .
.Maler
Clerk
WK AKK DKTHKM1NKD TO SKLL
OUU HOODS AT LOW Kit
FKIUltKS THAN
ANY UTII Kit WIM ii.
COKN MKAL full stock on ih'i nmr- I LISHMKXT IN THK VICINITY.
ket, demand good. '-'0u bbls steam dried
sssi ...vvtu
PARIS PAVILION
CIRCUS!
Tho largort and only truly fashion
able Circus cn this Contincn
sold at S'J 40, dol and 300 bbls city mill,
"evening star" steam dried sold nt i- CO.
1IUTTEH-market well eupplied, do
mand steady and active for choice, com
mon very dull. 6 pkgs choice packed
brought '28c; 10 pkgs 022c; 2000 )b
15 to 26c; 1 box choico roll 2.ic; 2 pkg
do 22'J5c ; 10 pkgs extra choico 1!5 to 'J7c.
EOHS Market quiet. 200 doz sold
'23c; 10 pkgs i!3 to 25c, shippers count.
CHICKENS Very dull. The only
sales wo havo to report uro coops good,
mixed chickens $1 ",0 to i'l 60 per doz-
APPLES Not much doing. r.O bbln
choice brought f3 per bbl.
POTATOES Ojuiet and unchanged. 1
car peach blows sold at oOu per bushel, del
in bulk.
jonniNo l-mcits.
PLASTEltING UAIK. 3.1c V bu-hol I
LIME. In lots at $1 '25 to 1 60 V bbl. 1
CEMENT. At wholesale $2 Oo
2 25 s bbl.
WHEAT. The prices to-day, reported
by the City Mills, are No. 1 White,
?1 CO; No. 2 White, 1 fi5; lted by
sample, $1 30 to 1 60 ; Mediterranean
$1 20 to 1 30. Dimp or tough wheat is
unsaleable.
SACKS. Koowcd Ounnieo 1S19J
Corn Ilurlaji?, 2J Hus. En, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 Ilusliel, 21 cts. Oats
Burlaps, 5 Uushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bags, 35 to 38 cts each.
ruuv inxoiNS. sugar uured Hams
canvassed, lb. 17 lo 18c. Shoulders
bacon 8 Jo; Clear Sides llucon, 12012c;
lireaurast liacon, 1416c.
LAKD Hclined, in tierces tb, !ij7j, 10c. ;
in keg, f lb, 11 to lljc.
ifcAfe imperial, 7r,l 25; (lunpow-
uer, ..12.1; Oolong JUck, 75(0,1 00 j
Young Hyfon, 1 00a.l 40.
CHEESE. New Vork Facton-, new, "d It
17ili!e.
SYltUPiiCholee "f gallon, efic?l 00
New Orleans, 70S0c.
SEEDS. Millet ' bushel, f 2 00 ; Timothy
.1 50Q.1 75. lied Topfl 75 to 2 00. Clover
7 50.
COFFEE .lava, 28a.10c. : l.amiavm. ''!
2.1. Hio, Prime to Choice, 22J to 23Je.
JiKUtLM.1). Common House V dozen. 81
50 ; Choico to Eitra, $3 OOfUJ 75 ; S. 11. 4 r
&i 00.
DEES WAX, "jJ lb 30c.
SOAP. Schacffer'a (lerman mottled;
Jc ; Champaign soap, 7Jc.
TALLOW, V lb 7c.
SUGAIt New Orleans, Piiino to Choice
rl It. H(Sd2e; Cotreo A. lllj to Uu; Cnished
Powdered nnbOianiiliiteil sugar 15 to J5J.
FKEIOHT COTTON, Compressed, to
Nkw Vokk, 85c; to How on SI 00. Un
comprised, to Nkw Yoiik, 81 14; to H09
ION, l.
FKKIOHT TO MKMPHlS.-yioui, )u , !
Hay, $5 Oil ; Corn ? ewt., 17Jc. ; Oats, 171c I
Potatoes, rbbl., ;;oi-, ; Apples 30-,. 5 Pork, !
35. ; Whiskey, 00c. ; Lumber, a M. 67 00;
Heavy freight "fi cwt., 17Jc.
TO NKW OKLHANS. Flour V bbl.Mc;
Potatoes 50c. ; Applea, fKlc. ; pork, 76o.
Whiskey, 1 00 ; Hay ton, ?7 00 ; Corn 1?
cwt., 25c. ; Oats 25c. ; Tobacco -p hhd.
ts5 00 ; Cotton "fi bale, ft 60 ; Lumber y
00. lleay freight, y cwt. 25c.
PHIL. 110WAHU.
STEAMBOAT BDT01IE11,
Vlty Natlounl Bunk Ilullilliiif,
s.Hpecml alteatioD paid loonier trom Haw
boats nUhtor.Ur
he acus or b mmm
Tho Modol Company of Amr.-ica.
DELIST RICES
H.ii the highest salaried Hare-back Rider
.ind French llattoute l.eaper in the pro
fession. He has the largest corps of Acio
bats, Equestrians and Tragic I'eifoim
ers male and female of any four com
panies traveling. He has the celebrated
NELSON FAMILY
OF GYMNASTS,
Our stock it entirely now, hihI
bought expressly for the coming fall and ,
winter trndo or tills loculily, nnd consists '
of Ladies, (Jonts and Children's
DEY GOOES,
BOOTS &c SHOES, !
CLOTHING, .
HATS & CAPS.
And all i.thor articles to bo found in a ,
firht class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. We cnll especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls Hnd 1
cloaks, which department is complcto in
nil its details. Our stock of
FLAK N ELS,
BLANKETS,
CASSAMERES,
JEANS, ETC.!
u the largest in the city, and wo are en-'
abled to offer special inducements to pur
chasers. In Oentlemens' Clothing, Roots nnd
Shoes, Hats, Cups, and furnishing goods
wo are fully prepared to meet all de
mands at prices defying competition. Ah
it is to tho interest of every ono to buy j
where goods nro cheapest and best
wo cordially invito tho public 1
to cnll and examine our slock before pur-
chasing elHewherc. Ailmi.,M0.l, - ."ill cts.
Our establishment is located on the east !..,. , , ,
side of Eighth street, between Washin-ton I W"'1'"-'" "'"1" 10 yca.s old. 1'.) eta.
1Kj7"Leaes(:alio for Padiicali and Evans-
Ills eu-ry I lie-day and Friday evening ut 0
0 clock. 1 or IrcMit 111- i.:i. ....K- ....
board or to 1 '
.Iamkm Hindu. l'ieng.r Aii't.
l:i:H'LAIt CAIItO AMI KVANHVII.I.H
m:.mi-wi:kkly m.ul line packet.
The line low prc-Miro Paengcr Packet
OTIGKSTEP.
! W. H. PENNINGTON.. . Mast
rTPLeaes Cairo eM-ry Wednesday and
Saturday eenlng at(! o'clock, for Padu -alt
and l.vanllle. Kor freight or pas-age 'i
ply on board or to
.lAMKS Hickis Pavciiger Ag-I
UAIllO AND I'ADUCAII "
MAI!, IMS AT.
Tlir s.rrnli. Ktpscni-r
CT-A.S. FISK,
Dick Fowi.kk, Captain
, Leaes Cairo OAII.Y, (Sunday excepted), ut
j I p.m. For freight nrp.iagciipplvoii boan.
I to .Ias. .MA1.I.OI1V, Ag't.
j jiiti :ttf
! CAlltt. ANI MOUND CITY
HTIIAJI TL'O.
GACECJii
Will iiinkft Hirne trip ilmif ,
I :i.KAVIM CAIHO
I At 7 u.m.
At 11 . ... u.m
t4l . ,11.111
i.kav'si in cm 1 cirv
At 8-T) a.m.
At I'JVi. p.m.
At 0 ii.ui.
Whose salary alone is equal to the t- . .il
expense of an ordinary Circus.
He has the most beautiful and acorn,
pllshed Lady Hiders that Eurojic and
America can produce. He has anything1
that means can command, and thittvau
ears experience can suggest.
lly reference to the programmes and
small bills it will be seen that ncarlj
FIFTY ARTISTS are engaged by the
veteran manager ; also that he hu with
hi wonderful stud of 'Plained Ilorsea
Wll.l. EXIIIIIIT CollN'KH Ckuak m
Ki.kviivtii Sts.
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
IIILLIAKIIN.
, ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
t
1
1MI MlU'f Hit hhorloit Ilotifc
TO CHICAGO
KlKlily Mllra lli NliorlPKl Itiiuti-
' TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANCE OF OAKS
KHO.M C'AIKO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
1
ST. NICHOLAS
tHat.M,staawotMw.a
j ONLY ONE CHANCE OF OAKS
OM haiku 10
I Clnclnnsll, 1. liniiK., Tolr-ln,
ueirou, i,iernini, .iMnr rslli
! Iliillalo, I'lttsliUii!, Wi.blnalnri.
IlHlllniore, i'nilivlMilii'i, ie lork.
lloston aii'l all "iiils en-l.
JENNV LIND TABLES I Mii.iuie, jn..-fnie. jti-on.
l.aCriin'-e, nt. I'hiiI 11 ml nil point rt liuflh
' 1 bia Is ali-o lh only illri-i t rmile lo
I ).- (.( 1 1 r, lllnriiiiliiKlon, Nnini;eM,
1 I'inria, Oilinuv, Kn'ikuli,
itt r t- 1 i -it-rv 1 w T Hurlinut'in, lloek tsl mil, lv PhIIc,
IM Llilil A III ) HAIiL MUHlota, Jliinn. Kreepnrt,
UXXJXJULn.XiU LJ.atl.UJJ ( (itlm, ImtHnu... Mum oily,
OiiihIia hiuI all point norlliwfsl.
II A Kit Y WALK EH & CO., Prop'rs.
Elegant Drawing lloom .Sleoping Cu"
On all Night Trains.
I llungB Checked in oil Important points.
Kor tlckcln nml InfortunluMi. nnuli- In I. (.'. II II
,,,,,, . , . .... . ... . ; ileiiitt aim; on bnanl tne transit atiMinar le
this house is newly littetl up With two tr.-u Cnlunil.i- nn fnlrn, nnil m tne irinchi 1
excellent rullrna I ticket nflleH llirniiKlKiiit llm smith.
W. I'.JtMIN-ON, (i.n'l i'sss K,t, Cliimiso
BILLIARD TABLES ' "(Zx Calm.
21'K 1 NOP I K LI) A N I)" I L lYn'672
Ami two tine
ATTENTION!
Mr. R. Jones on Commor
cid itvonuo, second door west
of Tenth streot, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of tho
best material in the market
and is prepared to lill all
ordors on tho shortest notice.
Ho guarantees both tho work
and material ; his pattorns aro
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
ot tho excellence of his work,
no invites the patronage of
tho public.
1 lu-lS-U Dm,
The saloon is stocked
IlramUot
with the Hest
WINES,
LIQUORS,
and CIGARS
MIXED 3DI3STICS
aro compounded In tho most approved stylo
mSTComo and aeo lor yourself. They keen
011 baud a Hue stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SOnWKITZEK CHEESE AND IIOL
LANDUEKltlNG.
REFRESHMENT TABLES
ar spread inomlns and eveulng at 10
o'clock, ut which all ure Invited to partlct.
pate ftise of etiarge, a-13
SOUTH EA.STKKN It. H.
On and after .Monday, April 2-Uh, 137i
trnins will run as follows ;
NOIITIIKUN HIVIHION.
TKSIMI (ID I Ml SIICTIICiST.
Mail.
isvo Vlrslnlit fl.to a. m
tllirlllKtielil 11:11 "
'r... 1. ......
Violorrlllu lu &
Arnro at i'mm. ll.l'i
Express
l::i"i p. 111,
,. .iiin "
.. ft. u "
.. 6.17 "
TU41NS O0IS0 MIUIIIWIIT.
Express. Mnl!
Leave 1'ana 4,(i a. in 3 31 a. 111
" TaUnrnlle 4 4u " A r. "
Arrive at HpriHKtlul(l....n " ..o.no "
Leave Hpniurflulcl 11.6 " o 10 '
Arrivuiit VliKiuia tc.S " s.13 "
8 O U T II K It N DIVISION.
7UAISS UOINU SOUllltiST,
Leave I-MkhouiI S.aOn. m. 10.111 p, m
" Floia d.fi ' -II.UI
Arrivn at Hliawiitel'n .as " fi IS
IJ1H1UKAM' TH'UKTN
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
POH SALE, j rr b,o, j y0K SALE,
VOH SALIC. Jk0foH HALE.
Fnro from Livkhi'ool,
ruro from Lokucmdkhut
Faro from OLAfaow,
Faro from Quiknstoww
TO OAIKO, t : ; 1 : t ; 1 i 8 80
citlcrd, atuiiu a Cm
KtCIS.
Fare i-aeh vvnv. ."ji irni.- 111 1I..L..1. 1..-
. iX I). Will land, when lulled, at any irooi'
1 lliteriuediate laiidim; for piw-ener 01
, IreU'ht-. multl.
TO WHOM IT .MAY CONCKKN.
! Notice l herchy zw to the owner or
owner-of the liiilldlii(; i-ltuated on lot lium
licretl thirty-one t-'llj. In Mock mimliered
, twi iit.-cen (.';, in thellr-t addition to tin
elty ot l.ilro. pmivr iielition huIns Inen
tlleil pra I Hi,' the eouilt-iiiuutioii of -alii huild
lll i a liill.-aiu e, salil o ner or ou ner- are
1 liolilieil to have siltl hiillilln relnovi-d or
. Jilaeed ill mIo eoiiditioil within ten ill!)
iluyi trom the ilatu oflhl nollee.
I A. l.ti.v,
(. airo. III... Oct. 1R, Xh'i. City .Marshal.
lo-Ill-dlOt
""PKOPOSALS.
Sealed propoal will l.n receivisl ot tho
city clerk . ullico until 7 cclock p m, of
Tuevlay, tho IStls day of Novomher, A D,
I5-! for furnishing thu materluls or doing
the work, or both, lor tlio construction of
si'lcwnlk as lulloWs, via : On trio nsterlv
' .lili. nf 'i..hlri..l..i. ............ I.. ... ... ..t I ..." .
... ....... -jii .,-, 111 1 , i,,v 1,1 HU
nuiiihercd eighteen (IS;, nineteen (1!j,
twenty (20, und t. uty..iuo c.'l j, in lilock
iiiimbured luenty-toiir V.'li, on said east
erly -ido Irom the northerly Hue of said
lot numbered eighteen (lt-j produced to
tho liliu llxetl by ordinance n the outer
edmi of tho sidewalk coiutruc-ed, or to b:
coi structed on the southerly side of
tievetith street in tliu " city of
Cairo; on tho northerly side
of Sixth street, from Washington
iivutiue to .Jell'er.vm nvenuii; on the north
erly side of Cms- streot, from Washington
avenue to Walnut stru.it, to connect with
tho sidewalks 011 thiu streets , on tho
west sido of Commercial avenuo in front
oflot. numbered ono (1), two ('.), three
(:t), Tour (I), live (Yi) nnd six (C), in block
numliered twenty (20); on the south sidu
of Tenth street from Walnut street to
lutlorxiri nvemie.
.Sealed proposals will also 1m received as
above, for furnishing thu materials cr do
ing the work, or both, for tho rceotmtruc
lion or renewal of thu following described
sidewa'ks, viz: On tho smith sido of Nine
teenth street from Poplar street to Com
mercial uvontin; on tho north side of
Twentieth street from Ohio Loveu to Wal
nut street; on the ninth slc'-i ol of Twen
tiuth street from Ohio Luveo to Washing
ton nveniio; on both sides of Poplar street
from Eighteenth Unci to Division street,
on the south sidnof Divimoii street and on
tho north sido or Center street; on tho
north sldn of Twenty-flfth mruc-l from
Washington avenuo to Walnut street, nnd
011 south sido of sumo street from Walnut
street to Hulbrook nvonun; mid on the
south sido or Thirty-fourth street from
Commercial uveriiiu to Washington
avenue. Said proposals shall bo directed to
tlio city council and will bo opened at a
joint meeting f tlio council at the timo
abovo named.
A II proposals shall bo made In accordance
with tho provisions, requirements nnd spec
ifications of ordinance No, 32, uo
proved September 10th, A. I), 1871?, which
ordinandi is now on II 1 0 at my ollice, sub
ject to examination at any time.
M.'J. llowi.r.v,
City Clerk.
Cairo, III., Oct. 28, 1872. HKift-lOd
INMAN LINE
LlTriool New.Y1.1U an MitlmtHphls
Steamship Company,
otioita coNTaAOT with ikitiu statu inu ssitiim
UOVlUSlllNTi
For CarryutK tlio Mslls.
FOR PA8SAt5k TICKETS
oa ruatima mroaiisTioN
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
15 IlroaJwsy, Now. York, or to
II. Iluupt,
Washlnglnn Avenue. Cairn. nms, ji
LIME I CEMENT I
jamesTross,
OSAlia IN
OAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLTAUa
LIMB!
Coiutuero!al-aT., foot of Eloventh-at.
Oest quality of Lime and Oemont a),
ways on band, and for sale at tho
very lowsst flgurss for oaih,

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