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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1872.
NMtMUti . ttllrfltt "wta,
OAtt nd m the lock ot dr
goods t0. Hinnyi.
Ritfitinitit the concert lo-morrow evon
lag. Tlckofctt tilts' book stores, rosorvod
est tickets;! p.'Htrtwn'i.
0 OriHiow.Yresht.il. take occasion
to-morrow Vo eipress our opinion of tho
result, nd UU why this Is thus.
W' TO QT it. Tho Cairo 'llnrnld,'
contslnlng Ulegrems up to threo o'clock
tblifterBooo,etill the nows stands in
Ready. Hambleton hut hit Salt river
bott ready. Tho demand for paisngo It
10 grMt that only tho first who conic cun
Ih Toww. Albright, of Murpbyiboro,
wm la town yeitordy. Ho wri io en
thused by tho election roturm ho ws not
visible to the naked eye.
Bimso. Thero was consldornblo bet
ting yetterday on tho Irvln-Saup iuetUoc,
..A tka Irwin mn "pot nwaV WitU a
large amount of the Sntip men's monoy.
OoBjudeo Mulkey Is gone to Shaw
neetown. Ho it discouraged. Tho bull
that butted tho locomotlvo was not tnoro
mn nnr Ihn hvo bocn minded with
J" Lineoab. Tho senior of tho grent po
litical firm of this city ii calm. Klectlon
ntwi don't excito him. Ho knows what is
what, and takes good fortuno as n mattor
To Rikt. A good und prompt pay
ing tenant can rent a dcsirablo house, all
newly fitted up in complete ordor by ap
plying oon to .Elliott & llaytliorn, 140
Commercial ave, 1 1-3-1 w,
60 barrels Hudnctt's hominy and grits
for sale by, O. D. Williamson.
Lost. -A moss agate ring. The finder
will be liberally rewarded by leaving it
with Charles Hardy,
Jt Next door to Arab Engine Houso.
Tiix assortment of Hkble damask, at C.
At Turkic. Tho Cairo "Herald,1 con
taining telegraphic nows election returns
and other Interesting matter, will bo Is
sued at threo o'clock to-day. Get ready
Ball. Mrs. Rotallo Smith, corner 34th
street and Ohio Levee, will give a ball at
her house on Friday evening, November
8tb, to which all her friends and acquaint
ances are cordially invited. 1 1-7 lit.
Foe Rent, a two-story business houso
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It Is well
adapted for Saloon and boarding house,
A lease for twelve monius win u (nv...
Apply to Joux Ueoarty, No. 69, Ohio
Foe Rest. The elegant brick resi
dence on Holbrook avenue containing
eleven rooms, with double parlors. Apply
to S P. WlIKELER,
11-1-lw Over First National Bank.
Yocum. This now but Tery eipert
politician, who has burst into public vlow
brilliantly, bears Ms honors mccKiy aim
bluihlngly. Ho it not proud, but he is
happy. Ho worked in ins own iniere
Industriously and with groat tact. May
hocontlnuo to bo clerk for sixteen years,
Dr. McCahe's great aguo euro or com
pound extract of Lirlodendron Is purely
vegctablo and will novur harm tho most
dolicato constitution. It Is woll adapted
to all ages and sexes and not only cures
tho most sovcro attacks of chills and fovor,
but tones up tho system to such a degree,
that n rolapso rarely, if over, will take
Conckrt. A concert will bo given in
tho Alhoneum hall, Friday evening ot
this wrck, November 8th, 1872, by Mrs.
Lottie Croathor, assisted by Mrs.Lansdcn,
Prof. Curtice, and other prominent mu
sicians. The mansgement tako ploasuro
In announcing that tho singing will con
sist of tho choicost selections of oporatlc,
terloii", sentimental and comic song.
Nkw Flour and Frm Stoiie. Wm
Lonorgan has opened a flour and feed
store in Wnrdnor's new building, on Com
mercial avenue. Mo Is selling tho choicest
brands of Cairo City Mills Hour at the mill
prices. Ho has also for sale, in largo or
small quantltlcs,brsn,hay,oat, corn and so
forth. Lonorgan is ontitlod to a llbcial
sharoof tho public patronago, which wo
liopo ho may receive.
Notick or Removal. H. Sayors has
removed from No. 03 to 95 Ohio Levee,
whnre hp is paying the highest prices) in
cash for scrap iron. racs. ropes, coppen
brats, lead and all kinds of old metals
Alto, tho highest prices in tho city paid
for hides, furs, feathers, lees wax, ginsong,
tallow, crease, etc., etc. Remembor tho
placo. No. 0r Ohio Lovoo. 11-7 tf.
Or.nuAN School. Tho German Lu
tlicrun school on Thirteenth street, bo-
tween Wnthington avenue nnd Walnut
street, will reopen, for tho winter term,
on Monday, November 11th, and will bo
continued without suspension. All parents
wishing their children to learn tho Ger
man language correctly, will do well to
send them at once. 1 l-7-2w
In Mournino. Smallenbcrg camo into
the city yesterday wearing a black lmt,
having discarded his whlto one. When
. asked why be wore black on his head, he
protested he was mourning for Mrs. Groo-
y rlBB. Tliero was an alarm of tiro yes
terday evening, at about six o'clock, oc
casioned by the burning out of a chimnoy
on Poplar street, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth. All tho engines were
promptly out to do duty.
Harm an. Wo caught a glimpse of Mr.
Barman yesterday. He was cheerful If
not happy. He takes his defeat philosoph
ically. Mr.' Harraan is one of tho best
clerkt in the state and hat occupied that
position in tliit county sixteen years.
ao any oi our irionat who acsiro a
flrst-clatt article in the line of boots, shoes
or gaiters, made to order, of the best stock,
and In any ttyle or pattern desired, wo
would tay try Wm Ehler't before going
elsewhere. 10 letf
Labor ttock of drcti goods at C. I
Commenced. --The circuit court of Tu-
juki couniy convened at .Mound City on
Monday morning last. Harriion, charged
with the murder of Swoboda, was taken
to Mound City yestorday, where ho will
be tried this wek.
Tuf. UounnoNB. Four gallant Bour
bons marched to the polls in this city on
election day and voted without a tromor
for tho great and good O Conor. May
hoaven bless their stubborn souls 1 May
common sense lead them after awhile to a
knowledge of tho fact that "tho world
moves," that their ideas of government aro
as dead as stinking mackerels as com
pletely worn out as tho old whlto hat of
For Coroner. Tho Republicans, at
"the last moment," brought out Hunt, a
colored man, for coroner, in opposition to
Gossman. Postmaster McKealc says
Mm. i. i u.. u -.11,.
throughout tbo county, the white Repub
licans as well as tho black members of that
organization would havo voted for Hunt
and thus secured Gossman's defeat. But
thoy didn't, and Gotsman Is elected.
A Rolling Mill in Cairo. We learn
from an Interesting lotter from our St.
LouW correspondent, which letter, crowded
out by election nows, will appear hereaf
ter, thut tliero is overy probability that
within year un immcnio rolling mill
will bo In active operation In this city
We infor that tho mattor has boon taken
in hand by St. Louis parties, who are poe
tised of abundant meant, and who will nl-
low no barriers to stand between them
Good News One of the largest and
most complete stock of custom-made boots
and shoes ever brought to this market, has
just been recelvod by Messrs. Hardy &
Greenwold, No. 105 commercial avo.
These eenllemon are both practical work
men In tho boot and shoo buslnets j havo
had a larger experience, and cannot bo de
ceived Into purchasing anything but tho
very best stock.
Thev employ a number of nrtt-ciass
workmen at their establishment, and aro
manufacturing every variety an
style of Ladies nnd Misses' shoes and
gaiters at St. Louis prices, nnd guaranteo
satisfaction. Thoy mako thesoa specially.
Thoy also mako to ordor all kinds of fine
calf, kip or leathor boots, In stylo Bnd prico
tnat defies competition, either in Cairo or
in tho West. All goods warranted to be
as represented. tf
Sheriff Irvin. Tho frlcndt of this
gentloman will bo gratified to learn that
ho has bcon re-oloetod to bo his own suc
cessor in tho Sheriffs offlco of this county.
Ho is worthy tho confidence of thn people.
Ho has been a faithful and competent of
ficer, and wo bellovo will continue to be.
Mr. Irvin is no doubt gratified by his sue
ccsr. Ho Is tho only Democrat who, at
tho lati election, obtained in thit county
a majority. Of course ho obtnincd tho
votes of n considerable number of Re
publicans, whlto nnd colored. Ho does
not claim his election as a partisan tri
umph, and is thankful not only to tils
party friends who contributed to his suc
cess, but also to hit political opponents
who by their support oxprossod h confi
dence in his cfllcioncy and honesty that
was highly gratifying to him.
Tarlor Concert To-Niout. The fol
lowing is tho programmo of tho parlor
concert at tho resldnnco of Hon. W. J. Al
len, this (Thurtdny) evening, Octobor 7,
Part .Sans Soucl Galop, Aachcr,
Misses Harroll and Wilson.
In the Starlight, Duet, Misses Morris
nnd Pitch or.
Coming through tbo Rye, Song, Mrs.
Wake, thoo, Dearest, "Trovatoro," Mr.
Part .Piano Forte Solo, Sirs. II.
Under tho Roso Bush, Song, Miss Annio
Graceful Consort, "Creation," Mrs,
Lansden and Mr. Coan,
F. Cloude, Stradella, Mrs. Crowther.
Moonlight on tho Lake, Whito, (uar-totto.
THE NEWS OE THE LOCAL
FULL VOTK OF THE
ITEMS ABOUT COUNTIES IN OUR
Tho following Is tho volo of tho city of
CIcinentK, Republican . -
WANT TO BtTT Tiuu,-Tim Uadlnnl
want to buy our torches the Liberal
torches. We don't need them any longer
They have become vanities. Torch-light
displays are. useless. In thit opinion wo
coincldo with Rev. Mr. Turney, tho great
Rebuked. Mr. Yost, the Fedora! office
holder with long legt and a prominent
note, wat promptly rebuked yesterday by
agentleman whom beintultod In thestreet,
by tpouting taunting political slang t
him. We have a great deal of respect for
Yost's note, and thartforo beg him to
guard well bit tongue.
roUNl.-GllchrUt, a colored man, found
an account bpok of the M. C. R. R. 6Iton.
slon fur October, ,1872. The book contains
accounts of several workmen, and hat on
the firtt leaf these words : "Obion work
f TtL 0, B.'It e(nilon, October, J 8 Hi."
Xfi)Uire at this office.
Louis Blatteau, whom everybody
knowt, and who it tho friend of every
body, it now fully Inttallod In hit new
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. He of
fers to the public tho best St. Louis bcor
tho choicest brands of wino and the purest
liquors to be found in tho city, and hopes
that these, civil treatment nnd a cordial
reception, will, insure to him a gonerous
tharo of public natronatre. Coum hi.i!
see Louis in hi new home. He has a wel-
como for everybody, and for you, reador,
a coraiai one. tf
Nonouv denies that if you would havo
oysters by tho plate, ttewed, fried, roasted
raw or on tho balf-shell, bv tho dozen
can or narrel, there Is only one placo In the
city where you can get tho frethest, julciost
anu nest. 'I lmt place by common consen
in tho Thalia Oytter saloon, tit the corner
of Twelfth street and Wasineton avonuo.
and, while there, if you thould chance to
call for a glass of St. Louit lager-, a glass
of otno, n.tUo or forelnn. or somothlnir
of a stronger kind, your own good tut to
win testlty tint Jnockel keopt the host.
Then go to the Thalia, call for what
want toeat or drink, and if you are
...t. -J i ...
mM luiBiiiu, oToryooay will say
mat you must charge your dissatisfaction
to your own depraved tasta tf.
A Oawsb fob Tiiankb. Thank hoaven
we have no horse! We aro suro It would
be tho first nag in the city to take the
epizootic or the upibippio or tho cponbizi
boopitootic, or whatevor the disease is,
which is just now afflicting the equine
race. We havo boen one of tho foremost
Liberals in Egypt, with tbo strongest
piescience that Horace Greeley was going
. t . ..i,i. Tho fifth of
November is over, and the Liberal causo
is beaten, from Maino to California, and
all our hopos are blattsd. Yesterday, wa
had made up our minds to bear our defeat
with fortitude and was endeavoring to
look tho situation camly in the face, when
along comes a gas man, makes a ter
rible gap in our floor to look for a leak or
something, applies a match to
a joint In tbo pipe, when lo,
an explosion takes place, which
tikes every man and boy in tbo establish
ment off his feet with alarm, tears away
three or four square yards of the plaster-
ng of tho ceiling of our sanetum, deposit
ing tho whole mass of debris on tho floor
with n crash which makes us think tho
whole house Is about to fall about our ears.
Thank Heaven, wo say again, wo have no'
horse. The epoohizlhoopltootio would get
it suro, nnd we would soccumb to fato
without a murmur. In our prctont stato
of mind, wo don't think wo would ever tio
sponge saturated with cari.olic acid
under its note.
Looking at our tituation on nil tides', wo
teo that It might have been worse, wo
night have been the unfortunate owner of
a horse just at this time. We aro mighty
glad we have no horso.
Larqe stock ot dry goods at. Cilanny's
" POP W.bero it tho Boss of our cne
mlel. jv-slid. actually, in a pleasant
way, tbo Boss when the bad newt
,c .VWjy'EiJft with delight;
vitr7tira'lllssiiHe tnav nrnu ....
" y iit T Wo Greeley.' bmb fought yes
terdayon the lovee afcout politics. They
UdMCB ?mers wuisaers, anu oiouaieu
n a.otes. Bing both Greeley
uence they 'both came off
way ,tMy do now-a-
e off second best.
IN THE OOLDEN AOE OP OIRL1I00D
Preservo the beauty of tho teoth with
Sozodont, and then, when tho hair Is sil
vered ana the eyes dimmed Willi years,
tho mouth will still reveal two glittering
rows oi unsullied ivory. lu-Jd&wiw
of ladies' fans at C.
Mrs. Anna Lano, Eighth street bo
twoon Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has just received n largo and variod
ttock of fall goods, and desires to call par
tlctilar attention to ber handsome assort
merit of ladies' and children's underwear.
something now in this market. Her
woolen drawert and leggint combinod are
alto something now and tho most comfort
able thing fur children in cold woathor
over deviled. Mrs. Lang also hat a well
selected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, uud notlont of h11 ...rt. -it
of which will U sold M cheftp b
found elsewhero In thit market
The Cairo Heralu.-TIiIs is a now
por, issuod yetterday afternoon, contain-
luiogrami received during the day,
up to 3 o'clock p. m., and alto tho local
nowt f the city to that hour. It is not
rinm 1 10 U Permanent Institution.
U wm U continued until tho demand for
ably for three dy. , Advertl.e
menu will b ,ni,rU4 e
figures. Bring 'm In.
Feathers In largo or .,nll qusntltUt
at very low flguret at H, l-, hlde
store, on Ohio Ltvee. 0 iBdtf
In overy quartorof tho globe whero it
It known, and thero are few ind cod whero
it it not, the Mexican Mustang Linlinont
takes precedence of all similar prepara
tions. Ita transenndant merits have ob
tained for it a popularity seldom reached
by any proprietary medicine. In its In
fancy the fiat of its success was pro
nounced in tho wido-sprcad ondorsoment
which it roceivod from physicians, voter
inary surgeons, horsemen and the public
genorally. No on now thinks of ques
tloning its claim to bo considered tho stan
dard liniment of America.
A light tpring wagon nearly new, or
will exchange It for a buggy. Apply
A woman to cook and iron. Wages,
I6 per month. Apply at The Bul-
Received daily by express at Winter's
grocery in Winter's block, tho following
goodt kopt in icoi Fresh whito
fish, talmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, dlroct from Baltimore, by
tho can at 60o to families, warranted
good j also New York sound's, by the
quart; clams and fresh lobsters'; squirrels,
ducks and other game; celory and fresh
Ohio butter, always on hand; alto nil
kinds of vegetables aud fancy groceries,
sliced ham, dec, besides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lomons, all
of which will be sold at a fair living profit.
Larqe ttock of notions at 0. Haciiy'i.
, . li'M
. . Ml
flip Nnllotinl Untilt lliitlrilu.
Hpp:ial ultonlion nM taontpm trmn tlrnm
bouts nUlit nnliiv
Mr. 11. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of tho,
best material in the market
and is prepared to till fill
orders on tho shortest notice,
lie guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns are
of tho latest styles, find his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident"
of the excellence of his work,
ho invites the patronage of
tho public. w.iM nm.
tIGs?1' You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coll'eo Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. iVcw Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
1 threo and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best.
AT OA I no
MONDAY, NOV. 11
AFTERNOON AND NK1IIT.
t- fKtSSsmWssBs? f
REGULAR OA1RO. I'ADUOAH ft KVANS
VILI.K SKMMVKKKLY U. 8.
MAI I. PACKET.
Thn Fnsl lint Klpftiuit Panic tiger Blcimer
Tack Ohammkii, MnMer.
Kl. Tllo.MAH, Clerk.
K3T l.caven Cairo for l'mlm-nli nnd liv.nn.
lflc, ctcry Tliiii'nlay uml Sunday livening,
nttl oVIucI;, riiiini-i'tfnr at Mv.invllle with
tlm l.oiiUvlllo and Cincinnati packet!1. Ko'
Ireljilit orpnagn apply to
I am i:m RiiKmPuMcngcr Ajr'
iimri.Ait cAiito.iwnuoAii a- kvans-
Vll.l.i: SEMI.WKKKIiY PACKET.
The thin Pac-eiiger Packet
, ARKANSAS BELLE.
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and Tho largest and only truly fashion-
a half per pound ; Best Gun- aD1 wircus cr" woailBca
ths m or a imiim
Tho Modol Company of America.
l.emmu, , 410
. CIUCU1T CLKItW.
Yocum '. tori
Yocum's mnjority 1C2
Irvin's majority 15
Saup, Inilepcnaent .., 4i7
Irvin, Imlcpcndcnt X
Sntip's majority "0
tio on congressmen.
Jackson county 300 mnjority for Clements.
llnndolph county tho Ritdicult havo made
O. AV. Corliss, Libenil candidato for
senator, in this Fifty-first district, is re
ported defeated by COO mnjority. N. R
Casey has been elected as the minority
candidato In that district.
Pulaski county gives a Republican ma
jority of about 100. Mound City is Re
publican by majority. Tho Junction
procinct gave 70 Republican majority
Konuedy Radical, is elected sheriff, nnd
all the other Radical candidates for county
Tho Liberal gain at Carbondalo was
200. Tho voto for Sheriff in tho county
is probably a tie.
Massac county gave about ICO Radical
majority, but Corlis, Liberal candidutu for
tho senate, carried it by 100.
Clements received CO mnjority in VI
enna procinct, Johnson county.
Hileinan, independent, is elected Slier
iff of Union county.
Tun Irvin-Saui Majoiutiks. Tho
contest betweon Irvin and Suup for tho
shrcivnlty of this county was closely con
tested. Tho following aro tho estimated
South Cairo ir
Dor Tooth 0
i uie island 17
Santa Fo '!.'
Clear Creek 48
In In's majority . . .
Vienjy a, Nov. 0, 12:U5 a. m.
Cairo Rullktik: Tho voto stands in
Vienna precinct up to this hour:
Stato ofllcert nnd Wall, ono ahead of tho
Lowe, Liberal, fur Representative, C8,
Casoy, Domocrat, for Rcprotnntativc, 88.
Hogg, for Stato Sonate, Bolting Repub
Ferrul, for Stato Sonate, Regular Re
Corlit, for Stato Senate, Democrat, 33,
Four hundred and sixty votes woro
polled in thia district.
II. n. Hardt,
Chairman Democratic Committee John,
Fiiksii oysters received dally and for
alo by the wliolu or half can nt Phil
NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealod proposals will bo rocolvod until
Thursday, November 7, to bo opened at
10 o'clock a.m., for tho delivory of two
hundred cubic yards of Hand on tho
grounds of the Cairo Tumors society,
corner of Tenth and Poplar streets. All
bidt thould bo addressed to Sloven
Sowanits, chairman of Committee, City
Hrowery. Stkvkk Sowamtz,
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Onn Dnllnr nnr nntirid. nnd nv-
' Has the highest silaried lJre-back Rider
Crytbillg proportionately Cheap ' and French Rattoute Leapcr in the pro
i tt;iT TV i. TT VUVio I fession. lie has the largest corps of Aero
at VMLtil ' ,,. ,..... .,,, Tra.. l'erform-
' ers male and female of any four com
i panies traveling. He has the celebrated
! NELSON FAMILY
nnnn 'ntitn nmi nifiMiiMinni'i 1 OF GYMNASTS,
uuuu tuu &V jr.. u ilium:
rTJ'I.eavi'H Calm for I'ndiicnh nnd llvanc
ilMc eiery 'I'ue-dny and Friday oienlnif at i)
oYlock. Tor IVollit or passage apply on
linanl or to
i .Iamks IttntiH. PntM'inriT Au'i.
RKOt'LAK CAIRti AND KVANSVIM.K
si:.mi.wi:i:ki.y maii. link packkt.
The line low pressure Patscngur Packet
W. II. PKNN1NGTON.
STOP AND HEAD
A place where you can buy as much for i
as you can e!c where for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUART KH
The undersigned would rupectful!y in
form the public that they lmvu fitted their
now storo hodsc on "Eighth street with tho ! Whose salary alone is equal to the total
finest and best assorted stock of' expense of an ordinary Circus.
general merchandiso over before broucht
to this market, nnd In order 1
to secure a largo portion of tho patronage
of tlf tlMlltfc '
XITI.eavi'K Cairo every Wednesday and
Mitnnlay i!i-ulng at o'eloek, for Pailu. ili
ami i;v;iii-lllc. For Height or pnsagu u
ply on hoard or to
JAmkn llHKiH, Paosfiigcr'l.
I'AIRO AND PADUUAII
MAII. It OAT.
'I'tir 'lnillil toiner
j Dick Fowleb, t'nptaln
I I.eaie" Cairo DAILY, (Sunday exeeptcil), at
I p.m. For freight or pa-Mia- apply i n Immi-i.
or to Jah. Mallokv, Ac't.
I OAIUt. AND .MOUND CITY
j NTS'. AM Tl'.
Will I.'lk llifn llljn ilnllr.
At 11 a.m
At iiV) ,p.m.
I.RAV'O MOl'.Mi CITY
At ti:W. . . . n.m.
At im.. . p.m.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL I
OUR GOODS AT LOWER I
FIGURES THAN I
ANY OTHER KSrAR-
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.'
Our stock ii entirely new, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consUts
of Ladies, Gents und Children's
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS 5c CAPS.
And all Uher articles to ho found in a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. Vo call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls arid
cloaks, which department is complete in
all itsdetails. Our stock of
FLAX N ELS,
is tho largest in tho city, and wo aro en
abled to olfcr special inducements to pur
chaser!. In Gontlcmons' Clothing, Roots and
Shoes, Huts, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo nro fully prepared to meef all de
mands at prices defying competition. Ab
it is to tlm Interest of overy ono to buy
whero goods nro cheapest nnd best
wo cordially invito tho public
to call uud iaiuulno our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on tho east
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
"Blum & Amson.
He las the most beautiful and accom
plished Udy Riders that Europe and
America can produce. He has anything
that means can command, and thiitvtix
,-cars experience can suggest.
By reference to the programmes anO
small bills it will be seen that ncarlt
KIFTY ARTISTS are engaged by ths
veteran manager ; also that he has with
Wm his wonderful stud of Twined liortst)
l':int i'mcIi v:iv. .'HI rl'IlN- ID llr kfl. lor
il It). Will land, when hailed, nt any gooi'
Intermediate landing for iaeiigi'f oi
Will Exmnir Coii.vkk Ci:uaii
Cliildrcn under 10 years old.
lU UtALtB IN
KlOllTlI Ktkrkt, HKTWKKN WAMHlNOrO
AND COMMKHUIAL AVKML'K.-,
AilJolllliiK III 'K-iiliotiHi-nmi Slaimy'n.
Kh tli lMvt or lli-ol, t'or'K, Mutton Vi-al.
Liiuli, Stn!ii-i He, "inl b iriireil lu (tn
jltlU'iis in llni ino-l not eUfil iiiHUiu-r.
JAMKS IvVN ASTON,
(JUTCIIKIl AN1 DKAI.KI! IV ALL KlNIirt Ot
COKNKIl NlNETKNTII AN1 l'Ol'LAIt STU.,
Htiys and Matightcro only the lio't ra'tk
hogs anil Mieep, ami i prepared to fill anj
demand for l'reli im-atx iVom one pound t
ten lliiiuiiind )(iiind.
TO WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby giien to the owner or
owner- of the building .'iluuted on lot num
bered thirty-one I'll), in block numbered
twenty ei i-n i-T), in thellr-t adilltlon to the
city oi Cairo, proper petition baling been
tiled inilni,' thu colidemiiatiun of-aiil btillil
lng a :i uul-aiiee, ld oiiner or wncr ure
uotllied to bate nU building removed or
placed lu Kile condition within ten (10)
daj from thu dato ofthlt notice.
A. I At.V.
Cairo, III-.. Oct. '-"J, 187i. City Marshal.
FOR SALE, ) K..rH,.io i FOR BALE,
I KerHnle 1
if OR 8ALK. J ForHn! 1 FOR HALE.
Fare from LivmtrooL,
Faro from Lopijcmikhuy
Furu from Glaciiow,
Furii from Qhkknstown
TO CAIRO, si:::::: $4 8 20
futlr id. slnm A fn , s r rio.
' OKEHN & GILIIEUT,
COUNSELORS ' AT LAW,
Willlnti II, (ireeii, 'i
Willmm II (iilbert, 1 OAIItO, II.MN01H.
allien P. Uilhurt, J
STHpeoia. ntUintion k'To to Admiralty and
0FFI0K OHIO LSVBC. ROOMS 7 AND 6 OVER
CITT NATIONAL HANK.
ST. OIlAllLES HOTEL.
F, 1)1 REXrORD. l'roprlt"V
Cob. Ouio Lkvxk & Skcond St.
tarUaM( oenvsysd to sd from He
potlrs. de-V tf.
hoot ami .not: Hiortt;.
HARDY & GREENWOLD,
103 Commorcinl Avo., mar Athvuuuru.
Keep un linnil u xoftn amurtmPDt ttt
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' HOOTS AND SHOES.
And Missus' and Children's Gaitkrb und
Also, Slippers of nil Kinds,
"Which they Boll at tbo
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call Afm Kxam'il
in: a i. iistati: asji:.m i.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (bkcond klooh) omo lkvki
Buy and Ssll Keai. Khtatk,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
CAIRO CITY COAL
prepurt'l lo wiiplv i mintnpr with 111
PinSBOUG AM) ILLINOIS
ORDEItS left nt Halliday Urns. ntlU'C, 70
OHIO I.KVKK, or at thn Coal Yard below the
Ht. Charles Hotel, will reecho prompt atten
tion. Tho Tiki "Montauk" will bring coal
doiigsldu to steamers at auy hour.
Sealed propii-ul uiil hu receivnl at tho
city clerk like until "j oclock p m., of
Tuenduy. tbo I -lb day of Nuvembur, AD.
Ibi'J, f.ir furnithing ti.u materluls or diiiug
Uiu uotU, or both, for thu euntirucllun uf
ticluwullis u fullows, viz; On the easterly
Mile uf W'uihiiigluli uvitnue, in front of hits
numbered eighteen (lb), niliotecii (lU),
twunty (20), and twenty-nu (21J, in block
iiuinlierecl tuenty-four ("i), on said eiit
erly sldo Ironi tho northerly llmi of uld
lot numbered eighteen (16 produced tu
tho lino fixed by ordliiaiiLU ut thu outer
eJgo of tlm sidewalk constructed, or lo bo
eoi.etrueted on the southerly idu of
Seventh ' street in tho " city of
Cairo; on tho northerly fldu
of ftixth street, from WnMiincton
avenue lo Jetlurson avenue; on the north
urly fldo of Cross .trcet, from Wiubuigtuii
aveiiuu to Wiilntit street, to eoniier.t with
thu sidewalks on Ihoiu rtrcels ; on tin)
west sidu of Commercial nvoniin In front
oflolk numbered one (1), two (2), Ihno
(;t), four ( I), II vn (') nnd six ((), in block
nuiiibured twenty (SO) J en thu aolllli sldu
of Ten h Uri el from Wulnut street to
Sealed proposals will also bo received as
above, for fiirniiihiiiu: thu materlali er do
me; tin) work, or both, for Ihu reconstruc
tion or renewnl of the follow inp; deterihrd
sldewa'ks, viz: On thu south ido of Nine
teenth street from Poplar stn el to Com
mereial u venue; on tho north side of
Twentieth street from Ohio Levee t" Wal
nut treet; on thu Miuth cic'i of ol twen
tieth street from Ohio Levee to Washing
ton nvcnuuj on Loth side of Poplar street
from Eighteenth street to Division street;
on tho koulli liido.iif IXvixioii street and on
tho north side of Center street ; on1 the
north Mdo of Twenly-tlfth street from
Washington nvenuu tn Walnut street, nnd
on south sido of sumo ttreet from Walnut
street to Holhrook uvanuu; and on tho
south side, uf Thirty-fourth street from
Coiiiinorelal nvcnuo to Washington
avenun. Said proposals shall bu directed to
tho city council and will bo opened at a
joint meet In i; of tho council at tho time
All proposals shall bo made In acenrdnnco
with tlm provisions, requirements and spec
ifications of ordinance No. 32, ap
proved September 10th, A. I), 1872, which
ordinance is nnw on fllu at my ofllto, sub
lect to examination ut any tlmo.
'31. J. Howlkv,
Cairo, III., Oct. 28. 1872. Iu-'J8-I0d
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
,;0,Com;uhu0Av?,, WINTER'S BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
KJTTho best brands of Citfars, choice
Wines, l.lipiors.etc, always on hand II
EL D Oil ALO
RTLLIARD SALOON AND UAR
ROOM. jUUM UATKH. rroprletor.
100 Onmmroisl Avenue, CAIRO, IWiINOIi
ll brsnd of 0llfo UCtssrulu rciW)
HII.LIARD sslonn furnlthed wilh the Ul
of tobies t nd bar supplied with wines, liquors
ud cigars of thens si brands.