THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1872.
rMlmtl Hrf, Httllrtlss nnlldlMK
Circci CoUBT.-Thli Court will con
ant tt Vienna, .lohmon county, noxt
Monday. Judqo Baker will preside.
Pouroxtn Billy Htrrlson will not
hate hli trial for the killing of Swoboda
tt this term of tho Pulaski County Cir-
pull Court. Th WlllUmi cao nmv on
trial will occupy the whole torm.
Ho Doubt or It. Tho nicct family
rocrlMflrtl coffee, tho best of
butUr and all orti of canned fruits mid
vegetables may bo bad at tho grocery
(tore of Mr.Tblolocke, on Washington hv
For 8ai.e. Cbcnp fur cash, a cotlugo
located on Fifth street containing two
room) and kitchen. The purchaser will
hare to removo the same from off of the
lot. For termi apply to
Il.-J0.d3t. Iter. WAi.nr.it
Settlkd. In tbo caso of tho city "
Cairo against Capt. Curler, of tbo stcaine
O. C. Wolff, for landing a small-pox cae
here on Monday, tbo matter whs sottl
by the boat paying tho costs of tlio iui
and tbo expenses of taking euro of the
man at the prit home.
T Attention, Sir Knights! Tho reg
ular meeting of Kadosh Conclave, No. 4
of Knights of tho Red Cross of Rome and
Conttantlne, will bo helJ at tlie atjlum
thii (U'ednesJay) evening nt 7 o'clock A.
L. 6872, A. D. 18?2, A.0. 1553.
Jauks Piiillis ltecordcr.
We arc glad It li not typical of hit
politic. Ho hai moved forward with
The Grading on tbo Cairo and St.
Louit nllroad It completed, with tho ex
ception of tlio tunnel, five mllo tho other
side of Jonotboro. This part of the work
will be flnlthcd bv December 1.
Yesterday wa our Democratic day,
but not ono of tho "ltraghl,' men tailed
upon ui. Two, or three, moderate Demo
crat! dropped in sorrowfully, sighed and
passed rut again like a funeral procct-
Tho nmlablo Dr. Hulsa callod upon
ui yesterday morning to ascertain whether
wo Intended to Intlmutn that ho linn
"treated" South medically. Wo dldn'l
mean to Intinialo tlmt; but wo did inonn
to Intlniato that tho Doctor bad Wonted the
young man badly in nnothi-r way than
medically. South says tho Doctor treated
li i in in h meaner manner thuti Hill Nye
treated tho Heathen Chinee. Ycilerday
South and tho Doctor met in tho presence
of the great and good peace-maker, l'erry
Powers, and South with his lionisl but Ko
hatty Hit knocked tbo beautiful facoof the
Jlo.MuY Eve.nimi, Nov 2oth, 1S72.
A rather dull feeling prevail! In the
iM.ntii-iil market today and price on all
kindi of grain and hay nro lower. Hour
and corn meal shows a little improvement
both in demand and pricei. Tho market
li fully supplied with everything mer
chantable except provisions, eggs, and
game. Corn, oaU and hay have declined
-in price at New Orleans, and the change
ii decidedly felt here, the shipping demand
is only nominal, and t'le order demand
not large enough to sustain the price! of
last week. '
The wealbcr is w.nrmor, and thr it
now a strong call for potatoes with no ar
rivals. Frelshts are firm and unchanged.
tBrOorrepond:nt should br in
mind that car quotations represent price
for round lots from rv. bands, un'tss
I -v : . . .... J .HJ V. . im, Mil;... i .11
leive your wsstt and order now, for time j o.jtrj hafctr priW4 mui. u p.u.
itswesy. FLOUR. Tb demand for choice
Mr. C- D. P.03ii7 of tt irn f P.A- S' liw,ri decided imp.-verast isd
try Brcth, Sjri5jitJ, His, is .a fer prwicts kcV brijht far good trade,
city caiTiiii;fr ii site ct ittlt Ti-e s3 oc. ord.-s iav U iea atde
:'j.--r THj i?r. t.s its. kiu-ui li 5WS iirir tits tar Silts of last
Sayk your tiuio and money, by letting
your wants be known at the Cairo intelli
gence office, No. "9 Obi j Levee. If you
want employment, go to this ofiite. If
you help of any description, go to this
oficc. If you want to buy or sell any sr
licle, go to this ofice, where you can learn
who will sell, or who 'ill buy, ind wto
will hlr aci who will work. Call la and
ii iwa "Sk ii ii.it e- :i.-w
f htu. 3iks- rt'.'iis liii try i.nt
a a VrFL. Ti'ty iiT i . t it c t t
luraiMZSiie i-VZ 1 1 t; it-' i i-ti". i Hi.-foi
"nit 4f roi'ii st ti'tt-t v it. lirt trii iir!. .
JL ti SiSirti sz i Jibuti ir.iij stiri,
uii vit Sit-s jjK"' il Jul 1.5
ii-is.r u tit 5t.
TKAS-lmpcrlal, 5nt95; Ounpow-
dcr, 751 V ; Oolong Diack, 711 00 J
Young llyton, f 1 00l 40.
CHEESE. Now York Factory, now.H W
SYllUrS-Choico V gallon, 0ftcfl 00
New Orlcant, 70Q80c.
SEEDSMlilct btmhel, 2 00 ; Timothy
U 603 75. Ucd Top$l 75 to 2 00. Clover
COFFEE Java, 26Mc. 5 I.aguarra, 21
t5,aij. Hlo, I'rlme to Choice, I2J to 23Jc.
UKOOMb. Ooinmou lloti-c V dozen, 1
50 : Choico to Extra, f3 75 ; H. 11. 1 50
bOAl'. ehaecr' German mettled;
7iu ; Champalgti soap, 74c.
TAIXOW, $ ft 7c.
SUOAlt-t'otluu A. 13Jc; to lie;
Ciuthi-d l'onderod nnd Oranulatcd Sugar
15 to lojc.
FIIEIUIIT. COTTON, CompreMCd, U
Nkw Voiiu, tOo. ; to IIihto.n fl 00. C'n
coiuprcMeU, to .Nkw Yokk,$1 14; to Hoi
KKi'-UlllT TO MEMl'IHS.-Floui, 30c;
Hay, $5 00 ' ;orn V cwt., 171c. ; Oat, 17Jc.
Potutovr. Itl., kw. ; A, !es, uOi. ; 1'orK,
aj. ; WlilLi , t-ic. ; J.uinbc U !. $7 00;
llenvy llcljiiiiV ctvt..l7U'.
TO NEW OU1.E AN&.-Flour tl i.tl,Wf
I'otutovn Nil.., Apple, Wc. ; 1'ork, 74c
tVliMcr, (1 00 ; U-y i ton, t' 00 ; Co:& V
cut., -oc. ; Uuts, z.'ic. ; Tobacco V LLu.
j in) ; Cotton V bale, $1 W ; Lumber
10 Ul. llcuy iri'lUt, I uttt. 'Jiv.
Steamer City of Alton, New Orleini
" W J Lewis, Vicksburg
' Exchange, St. Louil
" K H Durfee. '
' Uqnctte, Ohio Hirer
" C V Kountx, St. Loult
" Hurksvillr, Uitkman
" Jim Fitk Jr., Paducah
" Illinois, Coiumbut
" Jai Howard, New Orlcant
Steamer Citv of Alton, laid up
" W 'J Lewis, St Louit
Geo C WoltT, Vicksburg
". Suio Silver. New Orle'ant
" Exchange, Pittsburg
' E 11 Durfee, Mtmphii
" Ciqui'tte, South
" .Mm Fisk Jr., Padueb
BIO MCUDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
dy ar.d night, with either lump or chest
nut ccal, in any quantity, and on usual
term, u'. the yard at grand Tower, lilt.
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
U. V. OLTruajrr,
D. A Bokic Uen'l Supt.
Salt Agent. MMy.
Tb butiful "Anchor Line" steamer,
City of Chtr, is the regular packet
ltarisg for M-mphu and all way poistt,
this day i 60 clock p. m. TLr fast and
sit 3r ZiitAs
Cia.rj iituA, ui iTt yt criers
CS$2 IS SO.
it ail. 1 cirs Gilt Sig dtl
ilii j-rT. Jtr .j:-2kr Kt'.s :f.. e
JtDw sitiii riiT ii iir. Jinn Wilf rd
. rtitiM-t, ii::tT. a Jirpt iuat-r . d9 $ji ; ? i:, coanos aixt-i dl
ti;n..s Tftxsi tit .-it, aft... : 51S w s cirl p.j. s-.x jio w iti i
. least 1.11. cv.,
vt. u:occ,-:t. ow asit
So ? 75; do 55 U3 to 10 CO: 7 cir
ifuit Jl to S 7i; HO IkU Ttr'scji
criiwjt di to 5- CO. ItOiWs c ii ;
, ... . ,. Ti sp:tr.di steimer ' J:m. Fisk Jr it
, - .v . x pacxes icir raaucxs anj alt way
-,, v- " lit poisis, leivisg it half-past four p m
ii fi;s -ijK rtciris ir lilral , r ' 9 r i
. . cosmiios (jrintmu.
iae pisi i- t,ours ic rrer naj
eieac tisoiirdel uVi f. 11: Cr4; 4 cats
eit iiactiy dl brocrtt S13 ; and
J ctrs c'ioic miitd 17 CO deliveri.
i7t-wrifflti,rjiuM,is? lit rnRVn,i: v.v!-,..
TL. J-i ..f . lJ. ----- 1
' . . . , u ie2i5ltir.2. ilixtd and vellow ia
u: vih o; r:.-MtE.iij, it
icaisJ triy trt WiverI
! iiitl so!d ic-div a. 4! as
!3 MfntfsH '
is tie iirf, ier tit iia G:r.d I oa th trcV.
7tfr nu is Triiitrr. Mr. sd Jlrs. I rn-l- ,,' r. - , ,
. B. i CORN IN SACcs. bales tears mixed
Vi;rd vac pou-! for New O.-Imlai. ......
, ., . . r ' . . . 1 dl t3; t cirs white tie; 4 can i-ellow
f;o.i iy nt U-i ntt of tair.T , ,, , ,., .... . .
,..".. 13e; 1 car du Alt; and 12 can mixed
Poucx Coutr Jad,; Bros,, presH
isg. Bn. Jcci, for tbe same ct7cr.it, n
fitd the same. Couldn't par.
John Green, colored, arrcstvl for car
rying concealed weapons, was fined 50
and cons. Paid.
John Hart, brought before hit honor
for being drunk, was fined S2 and costs.
Sent to work on the iidewilk for six dayt,
Jamei ClnrW, colored, fined $5 and
costs for disturbing tho pcaca of Fourth
itreet, bad hit fine paid by a colored lady
Michael Flood, a wandering pilgrim,
wai fined $2 and costt for drunknneit.
Michael, who bad been very drunk, paid
bit fine and protetted ho would drink no
Mrt. John Sullivan was fined $10 and
cost for tolling whiskey without liconto
Mrt. Sullivan paid her lino like a lady
tnd promised not to violato tbo law any
Brkvitiks. J. It. Greoiiileld, tho pop
ular ferryman, bat tho small-pox.
Five law-breukert now reposo in the
The round houso of tho C. and V. H
B., it ready for tho roof.
Scores of ludiei wero out yesterday
tnd dry goodt clcrkt wero kept busy nil
The lumber lias arrived, and tbo
work of repairing the loveo plank roud is
Up with tho now and down with tbo
old charter. Who will circulate tho
On Thanksgiving day tho pott-ofilco
will bo open from 7:30 to 1) a m , and from
6: BO to C:30 p.m.
March up to the trough, citizen, and
prepare for the opening of tbo Cairo and
Poultry hat been arriving to plmitl.
fully for tbo last few dayi, that the mar
ket it nearly glutted.
Workmen are busy building u freight
depot for tbo C. and V. II. It., on the upptr
tide of tbu distillery.
Thit ii our Kadlcal day. Como to
our armt, gentle Jtailn, and forbid ua not
from following after von!
. I l.
-Cjulte a number of Kentucky ladlct ' , Z !
rereintown yesterday, for the purpose ,l J0 10
BULK CO P.N We note sales of Scars
mixed on tbe track at 33c ; 2 cars mixed
t:;5 cirs hite 3i:;and4 cars do at
OATS Owins to the decline at New
Orleans prices are weler here and
have a decided downward tendency, clos
ing tc-dy at 3031c in tackt. P.eceipli
are light and thi demand for the order
trade continues giwd. Saltt in bulk con
sist of 2 can at 2C2'3icl and 1 can at'J'Jc.
Saltt In sacks delivered were 3 cars at 22c;
2 ears 02c: 0 car 32c; 'J cart 32c; 4 cart
S.'c, and 11 can at 31c.
COHN MEAL Good demand, prices
unchanged. 200 bblt Bccher't Culorictold
on orders, PT; 200 bbla steam dried, del
2 40; 7U'jbbU do 2 35; 300 bbU kiln
driod, del Si 40, and 300 bbU "cvenni.
star," city mills 52 GO.
BUTTKK Choico is in fair demand,
common dull and nominal. 10 pkgi roll
told at20Q723ci 2 firkint solid picked 27c,
und C00 lbt choico roll at 27c.
KGGS Market bare and nono arriving
All that could bo tent hero for tbo r.ext
few wooks would find ready salt'. Denlcrt
would be glad to pay U0 by tho puckaco
CHICKKNS-Contlnuo vory dull. No
demand for live chlckont, nnd tho prctcnt
wentucr it unfavorable for drested poultry.
4 coops told nt 1 C02 i0.
GEKS1J 1 dozen told nt $0 00.
TUUKEYS Good demand. 200 lbs
told ut l lu pur pound
PltOVlSIONS-Market bure, good de
mand. No tiilos icnorled.
APPLES In good demand. 100 bblt
choice sold at S3 C0g,i 00 ; SO bblt com
mon 52 75; CO bblt choice 54 00. and 100
bblt choico (3 CO.
POTATOES-Nono in tho mtrket.
WUOLK9AI.E AND UETAIL ,
.A.T 74 OHIO LEVEE.
Itctnil and Prescription,
Corner tVahlngton Ave.
and F.lKlith atrect.
Of chamola and rabbit tkln,
for weak lungt.
At BARCLAY BKOS.
FOit SOllE TIHtOAT,
Prepared and aold
Br BARCLAY BROS.
Aud Disinfectants lor Sublet,
At BARCLAY BROS.
O I US,
1,' Ml M
mmwm itinlsHJ .ri 1
" HONEY 1IKE
; And "Unlvenal EUadard."
At BARCLAY BROS.
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
.e weathorat present it favorable, and a
of procuring Thanksgiving delicatles.
Wt bttr or elatiorato preparations by
tbt ltdletfor the Thanksgiving party ut
tht Bt Cbarlet. It will bo one of tte
:int,of the stason.
Where it South, the avenginc ancel.
lrbebti brought Dr, Hulse up with a
ikort turn? Come back to ut South I
UJ With Ui, and bang on your encmy'i
Tkt Grtcley btt of tho County Judge
1 ft tltttt Isiut, but heptrslttt in wearing
iow car loads would And rcudy snlo
PLASTERING HAIR. 35c ! bushel.
LIME. In lott $1 25 to 1 CO $1 bbl.
CEMENT, At wholesale $2 00
2 25 i bbl.
ONIONS-Per bbl 2 CO.
POTATOES-Per bbl $2 002 00.
WHEAT. Tlio prices to-day, reported
by tho City Mills, are No. 1 White,
51 7C; No. 2 White, tl 65: Rud hv
51 CO to 1 CO; Mediterranean
1 CO. I),imp or lough wheat it
rur. 4 icehJ. Five ft is reported at
DsvH s island, but tt the barracks there it
tMrcely 4 fet.
Special dispatches to Tnc BctLXTiy
rtp-3.". the condition oi the Ohio and Mis
litiippi rivers at various plact.
BUSINESS AND WBJkTUKS.
Oa the lacdin;s every tling was brisk
and active. Southern freight was shipped
ia Urse lot.. Weather at clear and
The Belle of Shreveport is about
through taking her freight oif and will go
to Moufcd City and go out on the ways
The extent of the break in Ler hull can
not be ascertained until taken on the wavs
It begins at the bow and is thought to go
aft nearly to the middlo hatchet. At the
time of the accident, the was drawing Sive
fee, and under full headway, and when
the hit the obstruction it raised hr up
nearly eighteen inches, and had ber hull
not been well made it would have
torn her whole bottom off. She did not
leak much until the reached here, and
then not enough to get over the dunage,
and not a packnge of freight is damaged.
The obstruction the hit is just abreast of
the bunch of whito trees bolow Prico't
landing, and is about 125 yardt out from
tho bank and bad only 3 feet water over
it. When she hit It. Capt. l'.oa made the
remark that that was tho tame tnag that
cost him 510,000 about one year ago, for
ho It of tho opinion thnt it it tho identical
tnag which tunk tho Silver Bow. Both
of her pilots, Colo Beren and Bob Baldwin
wero in tho pilot house, and did not tee
any tlgnt or tho tnag before tho ttruck it.
Tbo City of Chester brought 710 balct
of cotton for tho East.
Tho John Kyle, Dexter and City of Al.
ton havo laid up hero on account of low
water. The Alton has 2,000 ban railroad
iron and it drawing 4 foot.
Tho Susio Silver camo into port with
hor chimney! down, caused by the lower
ing npparatut which it attached to the
chimneys breaking whllo Captain Sbieldt
was showing what a nico thing it was to
havo on a boat. The fault of the appa
ratut it that it workt too thundering
quick for the good of tho chimnoyt,
Steamen arriving at thit port aro now
closely watched, to teo that tbev leavo
no tmall-pox catet horo. Of late thcro
has been severul catet landed horo by
boats arriving from St. Louit.
An old fluthont on the bank below the
fort wat consumed by firo night before
Inst. In wat unoccupied.
Tho Gloucoe loft lust night with a full
The James Howard brought 2,600 ban
of railroad iron for tho Cairo and Vin
cennet rullroad. Thit it tho last install
men t of iron for that road.
A plate where you can buy at much for
at you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
OX WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
2STOV. 27 AITO 28.
GRAND FAMILY MATINEE,
For Ladies and Children,
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOV. Mni.
STAR PERFORMERS 1
SACKS. Resowed Gunnies 18 JfTyloj
Corn Burlapt, 2 But. Ea, 18 els. Im.
proved Gunnict, 2jButhel,2t eta. Oats
Burlaps, 5 Utishol 23 ctt. Cotton team
les bags, 35 to 38 ctt cacll.
PKOVlHHiNS.-Sugar Cured Hamt
PW' lb. 10 to 17c. Sl.ouldert
Bacon 8Joj Clear Sides Bacon, l212$oi
"'""''"i iacnn, 13R,Uc,
ktfc'S, V Pi, 10 to lOsc
The undersigned would re.pectfully in
form the public that they have fitted their
new store bouse on Eighth street with the
finest tnd best assorted ttock of
general merchandise ever before brought
to thit market, tnd in order
to secure t large portion of the patronage
of the pablic,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our ttock it entirely new, and
bought expressly for the coming fall and
winter trade of thit locality, and consists
of Ladiet, Gcntt and Children't
BOOTS U SHOES,
HATS Ac CAPS.
And all other trticlet to be found in a
flrat class dry goodt and clothing establish
We call especial attention to our large
assortment of drett goodt, thawls and
cloakt, which department is complete in
all its details. Our ttock of
is the largest in the city, tnd we tre en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
chasers. In Gentlcmcns' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo are fully prepared to meet all de
mands at prices defying competition. At
it is to the interest of every one to buy
where goods are cheapest tnd bott
we cordially invite the public
to call and examine our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on the cast
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial tvonues.
Blum & Amson.
Cily Nfttlosisil Hunk Hulldlsssr.
SUHprcikl attention ,, to orders I mm steam
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
r, in RExronu, .... troprui r
Coii. Ouio Lkvkk & Skcomd St.
OTBwx conveyed to atd trout
Including the well-known anil prominent
WM. HENRY RICE,
SKS. GUSTAVE BIDDEAUX,
JOE MAI RS,
ETC., ETC.. ETC
Who will positively appear in one of their
popular anu uneijuaieu
PARLOR ENTERTAINM ENTS
pronounced by press and public the bct min
ptrei entertainment ever gtven.
t3T Reserved seats can be secured at the
wox umce wiuioui extra cnarue. unics
open Irorn 10 to 4 on days of perlorniancet
PRICES AS USUAL.
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN tnd ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Glldlna
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frtscoe and
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work Id
trusted to my care will be promptly at
tended to. Shop In Perry House, etrnsr I
Commercial tvenue tnd KlguUi street.
Sealed propoals will he received at the
city clerk's office until 71 o'clock p m. of
jjonnav, tue aconu uay oi uecemncr, A,
I)., lbT'J, for furntshlni; the material, or do
ing the work, or both, for the cotntnictlon
or sidewalks on the followlnir named street,
to-wlt : On the northerly side of Twelfth
street from the terminus of the present side
walk on said street, between walnut and
Cedar utrcets, to Locust street ; on the
southcily side of Thirteenth stret from
(!mnmprlal avnil In lla.Mnrrin .t'.nn. ,
on the eait side of llolbrook avenue from
west Twenty-third street to west Tweuty
fourte s reel: on the south Mile of west
Twenty-fourth street from llolbrook avenue
to I'ark avenue.
Said propoHal shall be directed to the city
council, mm win ue opei eu ai a joint meet1
Im: of the council at the time above namnl
All proposals shall be made In accordance
wiiii trie provisions, requirements and tpccl
ncntlons ft ordinance No. :(4, approved
Octob' r 10th, A. 1)., Ib72, which ordinance
is now on nie inmyoniceuhjecttoexaiuina
tlon at any time.
The cltv reserves the rl"ht to relent am
or all olds.
M. J. Howi.kv, City ClerK,
Cairo, Ills., Nov. IS, 1672. dlOt
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
By vlrture of t writ of sale issued out of
the dUtrict court of the United States, for
the Southern district of Illinois, In admlraltv,
dated on the first day of November, A. D.
1H72, will be sold at public sale to the
highest and best bidder, for cash, at Cairo,
In said district, on the30th day of November,
A. D. 1872, at 10 o'clock a.m., the following
described properity, to-wlt:
The steamboat Glasgow, ber boats, tackle,
apparel and furniture.
The same having been condemned and
ordered by the court to be sold.
EDWARD It. ROE,
U. S. Marshal.
Springfield, Ills., November 6th, 1872.
PHIL H. SAUP,
On the corner of 12th street and Washlagtet
avenue, opposite Bulletin office.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1A72.
Tuition from 2 to 120 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No psins will be spared to make It
to all concerned.
N. P. CURTIOK, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ tnd Piano Music.
J. M. RODKNBAUGH,
Teacher of Wkd and String lurrutnenta.
(See circular.) 11.14 tf.
HOME TBADB I
The Laa. Glass and China ware consists
. BUSTS, DOLLS, Ac
Alo a fine assortment Pearon marble
Busts, Statue, etc. The following are seme
of the principle wood toys:
Galloping Ilnnnr Horses,
Rockixo liOBiir Uotaa-s,
Fanct KxrnEtui Waoonb,
Gikls' Doll Casiaoi5,
Pa k Lot Setts,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIKTWBBX WASH'S AVIKUt AMD WALMU1
Dr. B. f, Fields lororns tat fUbHe that h has
COMICAL FIGURES und MASKS
A large selection of Musical Inslru
menu, such as
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Comer Twelfth street and Commercial Ave.
BLANK BOOKS of everv descriuttoti done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice Bibles, Music,
Mapaztnes and PcrioUicala bound neat and
at tne lowest to-sinie rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
Fee Books. Blanks, etc., made a Ipcclallty-
Boxes, Pocket Booka, uvelopes, etc.,
made to order. 11.24 tf.
RXOULAR CAIRO. PADUC'AH A EVANS
VU.LE nKJll-WKKKl.T U. U.
Th Faat and KUant l'Mrir Rtamr
Jack Orammkr, ststUr.
Kt. Tuotf At, Clerk,
try Leaves Cairo for I'adueah and Kvan.
vlDe7 every Thursday and Sunday evtulnK.
atfl o'clock, connecting at Evansvllle wltL
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. Fo'
freight or paaaae apply to
JASfta uiuGt raise nxer At1.
REQULAR CAIRO. PADUCAU EVANS.
The fine Passenger Packet
BSTLeaves Cairo for I'adueah tnd Evan.
board or to
1'ueadav and Frtdar cvenlmr at 4
For freight or paaaage apply u
jAMKt Bioos, PatMDger Ag'u
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANS V1J.1JC
Slll-WEEKLY MaIL LINE I'ACKCf.
The One low pressure Paseencer Packet
W. B. PENNINGTON Mast
Leaves Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 6 o'clock, for Padu :h
and Evansvllle. For freight or passage ap
ply ot board or to
J AM Ed Bioos, Passenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND PADUCAU
The splcadld sUajsar
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
4 p.m. For freight or passage apply 011 Iniaru
or to J Af. Mali.uk r, Ag't.
CAllU. AND MOUND C1TT
Will mas tbrt trirs daily.
At 11 t.m
LKAV'O MOUND CUT
At M a.m.
At 1UW p.m.
At tt p.m.
Faro each way, a) cents; 10 tickets tor
Will land, wncn uaueu, as any noun
on th northwtat side of Tenth straet as tusa
His Btablsa will be fursisned with noae bat the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
aud the public may be accommodated tt tU
hours of the day and night with safe teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronage
tad will endeavor to merit It by nlr stetluf
atdttrtet attentlou tt butitvet.
of every kind for tho Children. Alto,
WAX & RUBBER .DOLLS,
And t million other trtiolei too numer.
out to mention.
CALL AND SEE.
102 COMMERCIAL AVENUE!
WHOLE ALE IHOl'IKS.
U. M. IIULEK,
GROCER and CONFECTION
Aud Detler in Foreign FruiU &, NuU,
No. 134 CoinraerciaUayo.,
JOHN SIIEEIIAN, j
And Dealer la (
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EOQS, LARD '
r.ur.i Aiiuj uurrKi( etc. !
I3r All Goods warranted fresh, tnd told 1
at the lowest prices. '
CornorOth St. tndCommerclalAve.
BKTAILKD AT WBOIUAW (
rticia rot cair.
AT H. O. THIELECKE'S STORE
WAIBIHOTOX ATIXOI. BRTWKRW TBKTE
AMD XLRYKMTB MBIITi.
Teti tnd other staple tnd ftney Groe
riet equally tt cheap.
Goodt new tnd full weight flvtB. 0U
SOtbi. drt Cubt Sugar for
u 11 11
1 Ibi. A coffoe SuKtr, N. Y. fltd.
T.l . Din sf Vtifasst te9 sa
4 Prime Rio Coffee for
m " Choice "
8 " Old Government Java
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