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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1871.
?Ke bulletin. , ii.s.ai ui aaiaam oil twee jju-Larjuuinnmv Owwa talk fMt thtt our j,, w.nt completely eat' jMt night, w wsre unable to (it tola trntll part of tht telegraphic "F0 l ' M moraine's pepsr. "VYe tbtll previa ourMitet to-day, bowaver, for ? jaorgeacy Ibal may hereafter occur. iBXTirm. Our ticket In the Louie "tllle lottery didn't draw to capital prixei or toy otber. Tka polk have very correctly put a Mop to keno. Faro should, w are bold enough to suggest, and will, we venture to remark, next receive tbeir lender at taction-. On 8unday night Isst, tbe Indian summer weather which bad prevailed for few days, changed to a fevore tempera tare, and alnce then, ihlvering limbi and blue noaei await people who venture out cf door. The patient ox it now a familiar fea tare on our itrcott and avenuei. The City National bank ii idling foreign exchange on all the principal cltiea la Europe, at lowest rates. Now ii tho time to remember tbe old folks at home. We would advlto all to open an ac count with tbe Enterprise Saving! bank, aa laving U gain. All thould open an ac count before the commencement of the new year. Tbe Memphis 'Appeal' very thrutb fully tayi tbat tbe Mobile and Ohio road, under iti present management hai gained the confidence of tbe public and it becom ing one of the test roadi in tho country. The earningi of the road in November of tbe present year were $55,000 more than In November last year. Judge Baker is holding court at Vienna this week. Capt. Hambleton wu in Cairo yester day. John Maxey, formerly of Cairo, latoly of Louisville, Kentucky, died in this city yesterday afternoon, of small-pox. Mr. Maxey wu in good circumstances and" bad made arrangements to establish a pork-packing house here. Ho leaves a wife and family in Louisville. Ice commenced running out of tho Mississippi river Sunday night. Selden and Irwin's combination troupe who used to play in the old De fiance theatre of Ibis city, appear here on the 16th In the Atbeneum. They will re main here for a brief season, or a season not brief, if tbey draw good houses. A vary large congregation listened to the fourth lecture of a series of lectures to young men now being delivered by Rev. Mr. Thayer in the Presbyterian church. It waa on the Duty of Young Men, a fruitful theme. Next Sunday night Mr. Thayer will close the series by a lecture on the Young Man's Reward. A Mrs. Hawks, who it on her way from St. Louis to New Orleans, bas been staying at tbe passenger depot of the I. C. R. R. for tbe last five days, unable to go further on her journey for want of means. With bar are five small children. She is in extreme destitute circumstances and Is compelled to beg for money to feed herself and young ones. Where are our charitablp disposed people? Where are the Christians of the c:ty? Let them bow practice their precepts. The ' Gazette ' says : With a large number of our cttliem. we are not Inspired with admiration for tht Dr. Fields offers a comfortable resi dence and five lots for sale. Seo ad. Dr. Dunning, whose pride is a fine home, has come down to a mule, and now drives ono with the atr of a deeply injured man. lie blames tbe cpicootlc. Tbo 'Bulletin' suggests tbe name of W. W. Thornton in connection with the raeyoralUy. We heartily echo the Bul letin's' eulogies. Cairo Oaictto. Tbe 'State Register calls the horse disrate "a tore throat." Comment! upon tbe Remarkable Bouton't remarkable attack on ut are crowded out, with other matter, by a scarcl'.y of type setters. In good time we shall remark upon tho remarks of tbe gen tie Bouton. Laborers are now engaged In tbo work of grading an approach for tho Minis slppi extension railroad, between nine teentli and twentieth street The price of river water still tendt upwards. Last week, It could be had for fifty cents a barrel. A barrel now brings from nnndnllar and twontv-fivo CCntl, to one dollar and fifty cents per barrel. Blum & Amson were robbed on Sat urday night of $20,365. Our neighbor, of the "Sun" states all tbo facU in an article, which we publish this morning. Tho firm offor $1,000 reward for the recovery of tho mnnftv. and the armrehont on of tbe thiol, The 'Sun ' suggests a public library in this city, and asks : " What does Tux Bulletin say on this subject?" We never read tbe law to which tbe 1 Sun ' re fers, and haven't time to do so. Life is short, and time cannot be squandered in reading tbe state law-; but if the law does au thorize a tax for a library, and tbe tax is small, let us by all means have tbe library; but first let us get in shape to pay tbe lues under which ws ought to, if wo don't already, groan. Look To your own interest and do not purchaso any Christmas presents, un til after you havo visited the Soirck, where you will probably find all that you desire in tho line of fancy articles, books, toys, etc., etc Police Court B Shannesy presiding. Phillip Sbuts and John Ross, fordrunk- ennesi, were eacn nnea $z, ana costs. Noither had any money, and both wero sent to work on tbo chain-gang for six days. George Androws for vagrancy, was fined $15. George was also Impecu nious, and was sent to work on tho chain- gang for fifteen days. Funeral. The funeral of Mrs. Gib' son will take place to-day from ber lato residence, cornor of Fourth street and Commercial avonuc.at 1 o'clock, at which time a special train will leave the Illinois Central railroad depot, for Villa Ridge, whero the remains will be buried. For Sale My resldenco and two lots on Eighth street between Walnut and Cedar street. For further information apply to B. F. Fields, at Fields' stable, Tenth strest between Washington avenue and Walnut street 12-10-tf. Election Notice. Tbe annual meet ing of the stock-holders of tbe City ', tional bank lor tbe election of wren di rectors will be held at tbe Bask, Tuesday, January 14, 1873. Polls opn from 10 o'clock a.n. to 2 o'clock p.m. A. B. Sxmio, Cuiier. Cairo, Dec. 10, 1572. IMO-vi. sales of his store here, and kept It in his bed all nlghL; that yesterday morning ha brought the money down Into the store and countod It; the sum was $20,353; that ho was In tho store all day, with the ex ception of a few moments: that tho mouey was In a small desk; tbat he taw It there about 6 o'clock last evening while looking for stamps; tbat at a little after 1 o'clock he and his clerk, Mr. Ullman, left the store together, leaving the money in tbe desk; that they remained together the greater portion of the time while absent; tbat they returned together at about 10 o'clock; Mr. Ullman having lost his key while absent, Mr. Blum opened tho front door with bis key; tbat on entering tbe room the fumes of something like chloroform wore percepti ble; that the desk was found broken open, the drawers to it pulled out, and the money 'gone; that tho transom over the rear door was open, tbe button having been broken off; that the rear door was unlocked but closed, and that nothing else except the money it missing. In tbit statement Messrs. Blum and Ullman substantially agree. Tbe police were called upon to take the matter in hand, but up to the hour of writing we have heard of no discoveries. This is without doubt one of tbe most romarkable burglaries tbat we have ever heard of taking placo in Cairo, and we do sincerely trust that tho tbief whoever he is, may be discovered. Messrs Blum A Amson owe it to Cairo and tbemielvos to mako every possible effort to arrest tbe guilty party and let Justice be meted out. MEETI50.- 11 laiitt cf progress of the Cairo and St. LouU railroad. iM, afiM ln -ie hope that it would be rushed tiro urn , , , to m early completion the counties aton s be reat; -Tttr will be a rswiiij cf tit cii.-ch cf tit Eit.r (Tattiay DeotsVt? Vs.Kl e ci Mrs. B. ?. Eiiitis i: TO THE UNKNOWN AGIIALA T1VE. "How, sweet bow heavenly is the sight when those tbat lovo the Lord" like the meek Agbalative says he does camly tos aside tbo correctly worded prayer-book, and with a martyr hand grasp tho double edged blade of that fell weapon"Sarcasim, and wildly belabor some luckless wight over the head with its polished handle, bearing with christian resignation tbe ruin of a good right hand all honor to tho martyr Agbalative. All honor to his ruined paw hark: "Now there is not, perhaps, one in Cairo who honors genius more than I.' Reader take off your hat "And lot me not be Judged In this case as 'nipping it in the bud.' " "Perish tbe thought." "I like to develop tne germs of talent wherever found, as well in others aa in myselt ; but, by all the spirits that have ever crossod tbe Styx, and now dwell in tho land of Erebus." Tbe man's a born poet A germ do veloper. A martyr and means Just what he says. Else why so deep an oath? "I cannot I will not suffer myself to be tortured by tbo affection of genius." Again perish the thought "Although nature bas always afforded me a vast field for contemplation, it bas never interfered with my religious belief." Bully for nature we should say not "I belong to a church, and in that church there is a number of vocalists wbute duty it is to ting praises of tbe Omnipotent-" Certainly, the ten commandmentt ex pressly state if we remember rightly that it shall be tbe duty of tome members of the christian church to ting, others to pray, others at staled intervals to say tmen;" othtrs to gossip, etc., tbat the bole body may be saved en muse fcBy tome strange connivance, a young -tst tu recently crept into this body, a:i without any recommendation from ii:." or art, has presumed to sing." Btre.fad prtsssptios, we cail it A 5101 a-r M try to siag Ocb 1 SZZnXxTa'" a M-. 'H U Pepis-fak in .utsre, neither northern connections or through buio, ! qaii, at tits will U tie Uji siiiij , ei--ui4 wr lUz.1, potuiajc, perhapa, and all the benenu growing out of omst Utioo with other lines. The road, trifilnjc u Its cost and Inconsiderable u it the labor in volved in its construction, is not comrjteteil : and tbe report now retcbet ut that it will not be completed until tbe middle of next aummer. irtne company retalnt any power, the people demand tbat they employ it in btfur the vi'tt. stimulating tbe contractors to Increased ex ernui t. Tht contractors mads contracts in Eng land for iron, and the contract! stipu lated that all time lost by reason of strike thould be added to tbo contract time. Several strikes, of long duration, occurred In the works of the contractors who wero to furisbtbs first iron, but tbe Iron contracted to be delivered lut was delivered first This fact accounts for much of tbe delay In tbe completion of tbe road, but we believe with 'Gazette' that there might be Just a little more dash ex- hlted by tb gtntlemen who are building it. One of the horses at Hslliday's coal yard died of the epizootic yesterday morn ing, and one, tbe property of Mr. Stair, died on Sunday. The weather, during the day on Sun day, was vsry pleasant, and the churches, morning and evening were all well at tended. Three small-pox patients were taken to tb pest house on Suaday. There are now sixteen there. So far as we are in formed there are casts at this time among rttldtnt families, Mrs. Dunlng, with her three children, was takm In charg yesterday by the county authorities, tb woman being un. able to maintain herself and family, She Bas a boy about nine years of age whom tutborities desire to bind to any good and responsible person. Judge Brots will fur nith any Information detUad, to-day. Last week, 6,000 bars of railroad iron, for tbe Cairo and St. Louis railroad, con signed to Col. Payton, contractor, were delivered in tbit city by lb Mississippi Valley Trantportation company. The iron wu placed on tbe river bank below tbe coal yard. On Sunday 1,800 bars rolled lato the Ohio river, and more would have followed, baa Col. Taylor not have taken steps to prevent it. Tht Ntw Eoglsnd Kitchen, under tht direction of tbe ladles of tbe Presby. ttrian church, at Mr. Antrim's on Thurs day night, will be worth seeing. A Madame Tblsslratb, a fortune teller, bas located in Cairo, on Tenth street, between Washington avenue and Walnut street. Htnrleks, who stems to be 4asply agitated by our political tsrgivtria titas, propose to bavt tht madtmt ttll -aw JVtunt and predict en which stdt of ikt fasta wa will eventually drop. $1,0 XZAXO! Tb understated ofen a reri cf re ward of 1,000 dollars for th recorery of tbe money stolen from Blum & Amson, ea tbe evening of Dec. 81b, 1672, and tbe ar rest and conviction of the party, or, par ties who committed tbe robbery. Blum & Amos. Cairo, Dec. 9, 1672. HOLIDAY PRESENTS. At W. B. Rockwell 4 Go's., consisting in part of elegantly bound books, (histor ical, biographical, political, Juvenile and miscellaneous,) writing desks, work boxes, dressing cases, card cases, cigar stands, gold pens, albums, cbromot, photograpt, engravings, lithographs, handkerchief boxes, glove boxes, toilet boxis, bibles, prayer books, hymnals, game, pocket books, pocket diaries for 1373, writ ing paper, guitars, violins, accordeons, stereoscopot, stereoscopic views, besides many other articles too numerous to men tion, all of Jwbich aro offered for sale at reuonable rates. 12-10-'Jw. 4 c; two auraexutu ia ti tiDraatioa of -il fVrJ.-." Os sittsisity. Srtly tipot the lira. dve'.opr lb taar.yr aid christian ca-jjht a tight of th waurfall that pop- "W Lav beard Mm in bis first Sorts , we bate f jUowtd him through all tb sta get of cultivation, but yt w' failed to utte tbe mellowed tweetnets." Agbalative, tby grip on the tall of Pi gnut is firm. "We'v lived in tb midst of disease; we've suffered tbe small.pox, caught up with tho epizootic, stared upon tb dis torted feature! of the Democratic corpie, and itlll we live." Our sympathy is thin, Aghalativ. "We do not hetltata to would have well filled bis position in life 11 au ue oniy remained himself." Tbou art righ. Aghalative. Tho cham eleon may change bis ipoti with impunity, tho Mississippi ber bed otber Misses likewise but the man that changes him self, we unhesitatingly pronounce a villain and a fraud of tht first water. L. O'L, BURGLARY. BLUM & AMSON'S STORE ROBBED. TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS CASH UOUULBD. IN From the Cairo Sun of Yesterday. The excitemsnt to-day ii tbe loss lart nlgbt by Blum & Amson of $20,000. Hearing tbe report on tho stroet, wo called at the storo and Interviewed Mr. Blum and his clerk, Mr. Ullman. Mr Blum's statement to us is about as fol lows: A friend of the firm in Paducah, Ky., owed them about $10,000. Mr. Blum says that on Friday ho drew from the bank in that city, on a cheek from tbe friend aforo said, $16,820 03; that on Saturday he started for this city on the steamer Fisk; tbat the Fisk stopped at Mound City to receive freight; that he left the boat and went up In town to tbe storo of Blum & Amson, and received from Mr. Amson, his father-in-law $195; being the proceeds of sales; tbat when he roturued to tho river tbe boat was gone; that be then came to this city on Mr. Ho gan's wagon in company with J udge Brott and Dick Fitzgerald; tbat be expressed to tbtiu tome anxiety about not est ttng to Cairo bofor tb banks bad closed; that when hs did arrivs, the banks wtrt lottd, and as be could not makt a deposit ha took tht monty to bit reen with tht COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Council Chamber, ) CAIRO, Ills., Dec. 0, 1872. J Present Hit Honor Mayor Lantdsn and Cunningham , Ualliday, Uurd, Met- calf, Pblllit, Robinson, Schub, Stratton, Taylor and Walder 11, Un motion of Councllmr.n Ualliday, tbe reading of tbo minutes was dispensed with. ORDI1UHCES. Tbo following entitled ordinances wore road tbe second time in this board: "An ordinanco to aid tbe Arab Firo company to build a nre engine-bouse," and "an or dinance to amend section 3 of ordinance No. 14." On motion of Councilman Taylor, th regular order of business was dispensed with. CITY ATTORNEY'S REFORT. Tho city attorney, to whom on the 2nd Inst, was referred tbe liquor bonds of M Coyne, reported tbat one of tbt securities on said bonds has no property but what is exempt from oxecution ao far as ht hat been able to ascertain, but that the other surety is fully worth th amount requlrtd. councilman uurd moved that tb re port be received and filed, and that Mr, Coyne be required to givo additional se curity. Carried, BILLS. Bill of Charles Thrupp amounting to $07 60 for making plant and estlmat of Cache river bridge and eurvsylng and lav. I lag off same, was, on motion of Council man Taylor, referred to tbe committee on claims. fRTITIOMS. A petition from a number of citizens was presented praying th council to have a compUnl civil engineer to locate a drive around the entire edg of St Mary's park, tb expense of such survey and of the work to be dona, to b paid for by tht petitioners. On motion of Council, man Uurd tbt petition was referred to the street committee. A petition of certain commission mer chant wu presented asking lh appoint ment of a grain Inspector, and recom mending John Cheek for that position. Councilman Uurd moved to refer to tne mayor. Wltndrawn. On motion of Councilman Ualliday tbe ordinance committee was Instructed to draft an ordinance creating tht office of grain inspector. RECOXSIDBRATIOX. Councilman Taylor moved to reconsider tbe vote taken at tbt last meeting limit ing tbt number of delegates to three to railroad convention to be held at Parts, Tenn. Carried. Councilman Taylor now moved that the mayor be authorized to appoint five dele gates to said convention. Carried. NATIONAL COMMERCIAL CONVENTION. The mayor informed tbe council that Capt. Ualliday could not attend the com mercial convention to be held at St. Louis on the Uth Inst., to which he had been ap pointed delegate at tbt last meeting of tbt council. Councilman Halliday moved tbat tht mayor be requested to appoint another delegate. Carried. Tbe mayor appointed Councilman Hurd as such dslegate and the council concurred in tht appoint ment. CAIRO AND VINCENNES RAILROAD SPE CIAL COMMITTEE REPORT. Tht special committee appointed on the 3, Inst, to adopt measures to commem orate tbt optning of tht Cairo and Vin- cennes railroad, submitted a report com mending tbat tht city lovitt tht county, city and town officials along tht lint of ssid railroad, and its northern terminus, together with tbe railroad officials, to visit us, upon some day to bt agreed upon not later than tht 17th Inst, and that a tupptr or banquet be provided for tbem. Tbe committee recommended that a liberal al lowance be made, to enable said commit tee to provide a suitable entertainment, and also adopted tbt following resolutions, viz : Resolved. That tne special committee appointed on the 2d intt. to devise meas ures to commemorate tne opening or tne Cairo and Vincinnes railroad, from Vin- cennes here, be authorized and requested to invite the county, city and town officers along tbe lint of that road to visit our city, and to bavt prepared a banquet for their entertainment,or to adopt such other meas ure in reference thereto, and tbat they be authorized to defray tho txpense of in same on account or tne city, provided tht txpense of the tamt shall not txceed six hundred dollars. Councilman Halliday moved to receive tht report and adopt tho resolution. Aid. Stratton moved as an amendment tbat tbe words "on thousand" be substituted for the words "six hundred" in said resolution. Amendment adopted. Councilman Halliday't motion amended was tbsn adopted by th following vote: Ayes Cun ningbam, Halliday, Hurd, Metealf. Pblllit, Robinson, Schuh, Stratton, Taylor and Walder 10. Nay 0. A petition was pretented from J. H. Phillips, John Tyler, Henry Dunker and Pter Ebt, property holders on tbe south side of West Twenty-fourth street, pray ing tbe council to rescind tbeir action in ordering tb construction of a sidewalk on said street On motion of Councilman Hurd tbt pe- Uton waa referred to tbt street committee A petition was pretented from E. W. Morgan, for Eames' bub factory, praying ptrmittlon to tract necessary platforms eroind said factory, said platforms to tx tend not to txceed twtlr fett northwardly on Tblrty-tixtb ttreet, nor to exceed twenty feet westerly from tht front lint of tald factory, on tbt stmt ttreet. bald petition alto requetted tbat the time for tbt paymant of tht $2,700 toon to btcomtdut to tbt city, being purcbatt money for tbe apparatut formerly utd to run tbt Tenth street pump, be extended ont year from tbe second day of Jan uary, 1873, attucb terms as tbt city may deem proper, interest to bt paid temi-an nually. Councilman Halliday moved to grant tbat portion of taid pttltion which refuses tbe psyment of said $2,700, the rate of in terett to be fixed at ten per ctnt, payable ttml-annually and tbat tht city attorney be Instructed to draft tht proper papers, and tbat tbt otber portion of said petition be referred to the street committee. Car ried. On motion of Councilman Uurd ad journed. M. J. Howlby, City Cltrk. RIVER NEWS. ARRIVED. Steamer Babbage, St. Louis. " Belle ol Pike, St. Louis. " Jot. Kinney, St. Louit. 11 Wm. J. Lewis. St. Louit. " Eddyville, Evantvllle. " Arkantrit Belle, Evantvllle. " Tyrone, Memphis. " Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducab " Illinois, Columbus DEPARTED. Stttratr Blfat, New Orleans. " Mary Alice, New Orleans " Eddyville, Evansville " Jim Fisk, Jr., Fadunah " Illinois, Columbus " Wm. J. Lewis, Vicksburg " Arkansas 'Bell, Evansville " Utile of Pike, Memphis BIO MUDDY COAL. Steamboats supplied at any time, both day and night, with tlthtr lump or chest nut coal, in any quantity, and on utual terms, at tbt yard at grand Tower, lilt. Special contracts offered on favorable terms upon application. H. V. Olyphamt, D. A, Bokee, Gen'l Supt. Sales Agent 8-lft-ly. CONDITION OP THE RIVERS. Tht Ohio river at this point, Is falling again, and tbt present oeld snap will makt taatUrt had abort atra la both rivers. Tbart Is only thrtt fett reported over tbt worst bar between ber and Evansvillt. Tbt condition of the Mississippi l iver re mains much tho same, and ther are sev eral boats trying to get out, and the river Itl likely closed again with Ire. lhert Is only about thrnu foet on tho worst bars. Delow here, there Is the samo condi tion at Point Pletant, and no tnoro than five feet can be found with the stick. BUSINESS AND WEATHER. Business on tht levee was only moder ately brisk yosterdey owing to the sudden cold snap. There were tevresl steamers, loading and wtrt handling freight slowly Tbe weather turned suddenly cold Sunday night, and yesterday it was blttor cold with a clear sky. MISCELLANEOUS. The tow boat Babbage and barges ar rived Sunday afternoon from St. Louis, after a protracted stay at Devil's Island- In tht afternoon tht Belle of Pike put her nose around tho point closely followed bv the Jo Kinney and William J. Lewis, all having slim trips and very thankful to get out of the Mississippi river. Tho Lewis made somo additions to ber cargo and left after staying here several hours. Harvey Thompson, pilot of the steamer Eddyville, was fortunate enough to draw savan hundred dollars in tne lxmisvnie Library lottery. Tht H. S. Turner commenced loading Sunday morning and bad all tbe freight lut night she wanted, and it wu Capt, Lusk's intention to leave at daylight The Geo. C. Wolff arrived from Vicks- burg and has laid up for batter times- Her craw bavt been paid off and part of them have gone home. The Mary Alice left Sunday for New Orleans with five barges loaded to tht water. The Indiana returns to New Orleans and bad nearly all ber load aboard last night The Eddyville and Arkansss Belle brought in fair trips. Tbe Cairo City Coal company's horses are all sick with the epizootic, and tho company is delivering coal about it barges with wheelbarrows, and will al ways have a good supply on hand for steamboats. It wu reported yesterdsy that J. U. Overton of the firm of Overton, Steel & Co, Hickman, bad purcbued the stern- wheel steamer Glugow from Walker & Nellis for $3,500. Tht Tyront came in yesterdsy from be low with a big trip of cotton. Capt. Tom Harmon ssys bt is chuck full of circus companies and wants no mors. Tbe Belle of Pike left yesterday even ing with a good trip and a barge in tow. PHIL. HOWARD, STEAMBOAT BUTCHER. City attttaauU ftesak BttJMtaur. ATTENTION I Mr. R. Jones on Commnr. cial avonuo. second door weat of Tenth street, is manufactur ing lioota and Shoes of tho best material in the market and is prepared to fill all orders on tho shortest notice. Ho guarantees both the work and material : his natterns urn of the latest styles, and his prices lower than any other shop in tho city. Confident of the excellence of his work. he invites the patronage of tno public. l(MW sn, tSgYou can buy six and one-half lbs. Durant's A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol lar; Soven lbs. Now Orleans Sugar for One Dollar; Best three and one-half libs. Prime Hio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best Imperial Tea, One Dollar and a half per pound ; Best Gun powder Tea, Ono Dollar and Seventy-fivo Conts per pound ; Young Hyson and Oolong Tea, Ono Dollar per pound, and ev erything proportionately cheap at WILEY & BIXBY'S. RtvBpaeial attention paid t ordtrt from mmd hoeU nlchtordiT NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE GREAT ATTRACTION THE SEASON ! OF THE NEW ENGLAND KITCHEN Under the direction of the Ladles of THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH At tbe residence of Mr. Antrim on Tuetdsy of this week. OLD FASHIONED NEW ENGLAND SUPPER COSTUME OF AULD LANG SYNE," FURNITURE AND FIXINGS OF OLDEN TIME THE AGED GRANDFATHER AND MOTHER TUX YANKEE BEAU AND BELLE. Keep your (I) on the Time and Place. Aitogetner 11 Beaton. will he THE event of the 12-10-tl. FOR NEW ORLEANS ST. LOUlB AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET COMPANY. Steamer INDIANA. RUB. NEAL Stut.Nbal. Leaves for evening. New Orlesns Matter. Clerk. this (Tuesday) Jno. W. ClRItOLL. Supt. W.I1. Bofingbk, Erclght Agt. jAWYESSB. GREEN k GILBERT, ATTORNEYb COUNSELORS AT LAW, William n. Urttn William B Ollb.r Mileer. Gilbert :M INMUHARCsr. FIRE AND M ARINE 1 3ST S TJ IR, -A. 2sT O E o.niANlF.i. NUIUHA, K. Y., Asictx l,iSS,tl OIRUANIA, K. Y.. iMU.., AmU... I .. .1.0W,TH TS 1IAXOVBB, V. T, .TSt sea 00 BCrUBLIC, M. Y., .TW.W6 00 AmU...... Comprttini tlx UadtrwriUrt' Aiancr. TONKBBft, T. T., Altai.... . S 444 SI ALBAXT OITT, ltlU .... ..iU.ISS XI CAIRO, ILMMOIH. I dm it. atttntioa Un te Admiraltr tad IMISDOftf outlaw. OTVIOB OHIO LBTBB, BOOMS T ABB S OTBB OITT HATTOHAL BANK. BEAIi SUtTATK AS3BNC1. 0. WINSTON & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS ta AUCTIONEERS, 74 (SBCOBD FLOOR) OHIO LBTBB, CAlHO, ILLS,, But and Sill Rial Eitati, PAY TAXES, FUENliM ABSTBAOTS OF TXTLB Ab4 ptt Cenvet aases of llaisl bibkmbm's tuxd, s. rn AtMtl . S7S.SO0 0S SICUBITT, If. T. If abinb, itlttt .1,U1.S4 a. l It. IT . . i . .. ft. ,11a mmA ororvB. 1WBIIiBaP, r mun.i.i mu " ' fort, Insured at ratrt a favrabla at sound, per manent twuritr wilt rrant. I retpfctfullr sis of th ettiuo ol Cairo, hart of ibtir patronage. TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE co:M::i?.A.:N--y. OF CHIOAOO, ILLINOIS. ASSETS, S600.000. IOHN A. BUCK. - V. KNOBELSDORFF, - President - Secretary Chas. Rbits, Hiskt Wbubb, A. C. Ksaixo, A. Miacn, OrtAs. Wbntiib, Ciias. Vina ha, Kbaxcis Lapxxbb, Chas. Daeolixo, C. Uimcb, Wm. Rhxhabut, JOnX r ELDBAMr. Th btit on-antaed and curt! eonptnr In lua norvDwasi, mi onir cgmpu; .iiuu hun' aattaa a catb tumadtr value. CARL L. THOMAS, Gas. Ao't, tut rorrtroaia vicinity W. H. Menu, Notary Public. H. H. Caadee Me. Pub. and II. B. Com MRS. MoGEE, )n Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wash nffiuu AiKiiurai in (ibi't rrceiTiaf NEW MILLINERY GOODS or tat LATKST TALL AND WIKTBB STYLES, tleaidea lull line of i301TETB Ac HATS ITMtnrned and unmanned, t'nKMM FLOWERS, RIBBONS, Till MM IRQ or Ml kind., Lacet, etc., ate, Mrn. McOi ha alao a larva Mntlm..i rrutj Ai.icirn, men aa .N'KCK Tl.S. OOLLABS. UNDEhHLIKVnl nurrD,DMnu, runt), An t all other artiolet utuallr lound la a FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY 8TOR am. jicuee. in auuiuon 10 her stock d Fancy and Millinery (ioodn. hat a flnaone anl commute ajmorttnent nf rMntlntiati rsiAiJ Made Ladles' and Mltset' Shoct and C'hU llrptla' llnnta Itlnntr m.i.I i.i f'..U.. rri.J , ... w - h 1. v. ... vwiui.i llica oboes in the market, and this it tbe onl puce iu me gut uiai loaaet mem a tpeciaill IHSTSTTiRE. FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK AUUAUAJ A, Ailf , IITSITB AITCH. JCTNA, DABTTOKU, Altett - I8.MD.W4 NORTH AMERICA, PA., Atstu ii.TU.eeo 00 HARTFORD, CONN., Astett - I.M,0 Tl PH(XNIX, HARTFORD, AaseU -. ...I1,7S1,14 St INTERNATIONAL, N.T., Attett I1.SS3.WS II PUTNAM, UAllTFUHD, Altett - I7M.M7 CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND, AsstU - . HOME, COLUMBUS, Altett I1M, AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO., Asset itoo.oeo 0 CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LI'S. Atiett 130,000,000 00 TKAVELEIta', IIAIlTKOIltt, LIKB AND ACCIDENT. Asset! i:,6O0,0O9 00 RAILWAT PASSENGERS ASSURANCE CO., HARTFORD, wiietl SWO.000 00 1XDBPBNSBMT. BOSTON, Attett .H00 BAFFORD, MORRIS &0ANDEE, 71 Otolo IsstSi Clt Natlomtl IInW, CAIRO. ILL. FOR SALE. ON EASY TERMS I A valuable farm within levan miles O Metropolis, on the Jonesborn Road, consist- Itiff nrifVI wltti IV anrea nlearfld anil other Improvements, now owned and lorm erly occupied, by J. T. llennle, TERMS. One-fourth down-balance in one, two and three years notes secured by mortease. with six ncr cent, interest. N.B. The timber it good and has never been culled and no timber will be permitted i. ... .....i what la neraiiarv lor the wear and tear or tho place, until after tne second payment lias ooen niaae. Forlniotlonarrly tvstf Calrafl, Our Homo Advertisers. MILLINRstr. atstes SELLING OFF AT COST, MRS. MARGARET JACKSON Formerly H wander. Inlenillnir tn remnl to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her larl aim eicgtni tioca oi MILLIITEB Immediately. In order to (aclllitate the i ol tier goodi, Mrs. Jackson has deter to oner tne ENTIRE STOCK AT COST And Invites the ladles ol Cairo and vlcld to call on ber If tbey desire good bargal f rat .T a L tnna I GOODS ARE ALL NEW The most of them having been selected fl me late ran ttyiei, nence me ladles ba rare opportunity to purcliate new and II ouauio millinery at cost price. 1 lie si coniisia oi nam rninoiu, nowen, notu laniet underwear. He., cm. Il-H) I HALUONB. CRYSTAL SALOd AND RE A DING ROOMS. MICHAEL COYNE, ProprielJ (OLD POST OrriCB STAND.) I Corner Sixth street and Commercial! Tbe best brands ol Cigars, choice VI Liquors, etc., always on band. ETOpen day and phchujpi OLD DELMONICO SALOON AND READING HQ Corner 7th street and Commercial Av. WINTER'S Bll PARKER & MOKTAC Proprletori. SfeTTbe belt brands of Cta-an. Wlnei, Liquors, etc., alwtyt on band EL DORADO RTLLIABD SALOON AND BOOM. JOIIM QiTn, rraHtr tot Commercial Arenue, CAIRO, ILll Bl brand of Califs UCUaru rati BILLIARD aaloon tarnished with tl of tables : and bar supplied wttb wlneil and cltrareof thenen tiran'K LITTLF KENTUCKJ SALOON AND TP. TnST" A TTP, A 1 (Open Day and Night.) J. E. PARKS, Proprietd Ohio Levee, bet, tth and 6th stf CAIRO, ILLS. MEALS AT ALL 110 UBS A line new Dlnlne Hall with el venlence Ut been added to tbll Rettaurant, and the guc.ts will Ol requisite lor uieiraccomoaauon. THE BILL OF FARE consists of eery substantial and dl tae season. THE JBJB u supplied with the CHOICEST LIQUOIlS.WlNESa TMlxed drinks prepared with 11-16 U. BUTCH ERA. HYLAND & SAUEI jhe: AND DBALBRB IN CHOICE FRESH M OF EVERY DESCRIPT Corner 10th street and Commerc next uoor to mo uyiaou ta. 11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS. JAKE WALTERI BUTCH AMD alalia la FRESH ME ElOHTH Stbbbt, Bbtwbbx W Raen tha belt or Belt. Pork, Cltieena in mm niua. - JAMES KYNAST FBBSB MBATS. Buys and slauthtsrs only th kAaa tBtifl attaiaatV SI II II II llMTia demand for (rath matt rata tsa uousaad pou&a.