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I.V I IJLLETIN I Stl A ....... l hoi pild lu 3 60 5 "My dr laiiuw, or coutm I'll cone. I want hi take wy ft guoJ Impression of America. Dm really. jru know, I thought Filth avenuo tu wbera all tho society p UI 1j livid." 'simkIiIv. mv d tar boy. all thoddrl" said Sotharn. "Como to-morrow, and I'll . ... ........ . .. lo oii CKKI.Y IHILLKTIN VcJucci tho ul)orlp- LV CUHO 1IUI.I.KTI. Ijniitn, making It tht fj Hi Sontlnni Cilia its m-i AND 1'ElUOr- LS. It imry, 187.1, It 'beau- riio llluslrailotis arc ketch, by John ir. tind Iruo sketch I ur it Frolic" The r nu promlio now In.- " on.il beautlos In tbi &li (j year, but it i v w nnyililni; io unl- j. nailo bolter Tin iTiiiHiin for 1873 an 1 nnd "Tha Villaj;. irh. .lames Sutloi . Lino, New York ' Wiry of fio no mbarflf lit i nlway. Tno third ehitptci i by Dr. llolluiid, fJt in it by thin. 'he poem tiro y ut II trie, Wlllimi ii .M irni mill Girl .Ihrlttmm Cub, f ward EijIcjIoi, It 3 first mrnth of tV U tU till I u ri'pr1ticiljn o lit ol lleatrico tl cnsrnviu;s whl illu-imiftl iter liar to tho mi;a ll ideally to llf i 'E.-lectL li al 'roup domlnc EnglWh and con ,urc, It prctcnW, inch nn array ol ys, uioginpliicn' , and serial Hllu i majnzino could .i ntvtr so com hi it promises to n tho Fvbrunrj Itlod ' Too S.xin, will bo com inmhiir'i ndvatict R l'olton, lot :. Term , $5 h lglo number, -15 princo of map J inuiry numbvi ntb!a fck-tch ol ii us Lord Jjl.t, nnn wLo lit out otlen, wlnlo ail, "lo E.utuc. in this number promism to bo . liort stories u't krtaininr. Tl.o il, uro ink' rol lout n tuint ol lend.d Monthly. t Ujmorjtt t hich Im linen rait ul Emily other fplemJiit tho mint extra- fliuieribor, be pif,) Mound City, will glva a fasllval and concert at Stoker hall on Tuesday night. Proceeds' for the bonoflt of the church. No oflbrt will be spared to make the evening agreeablo and entertaining. 12-59-21 Clbamno Sale or Wurr Dnr IntroJuceyru lo ome fir -.d mi people. Goods. W will commence our clearing I'll have fma itovd i Iherc, ou my -i- - j- n.j j. Jl p ml tn ft. . , . . .7 .... And in thu plot wa M. On the fol-1 of January, to continue during the entire lowing afternoon at C o'c oc'( Mr. Lee put I month. Wo do not intend to carry old h prompt nppeir.nco hi n but siuo ,tock Ani n,ult nT, room for now t 1 I'm m- l.i l f Cilrin ah.l I 1 In ro' 1. Co wi met by Mr. Suthern and Willi im J f iotetice, train old perionat fiend, an I conducted by them to tho Ujliijiuitliig IihII. 'lh j ubid wi tproid, and lounglnp ilxiiil, weto Nell liryaiit, Nelio SSey mour, Ul ly It! rcli, Chrlt. Connor, and one r iwj oilier well-known rporling charc nr. All wero drontd in a dathy, fop plh HlylM. hii I nil were Introduced to Mr. Leu by'llt ft which appealud to hit Kng .ith pnjuJicoi. Nil Uryuut wuro an Im raor.io circlet of paile dhmondt on tl.e Uooiii of hi ihlrt. They iparkled in the flight like genuine itoin, and Mr. Loe uiprtutd hliiitull urprutd at their bril i inlaw, llo Uiouulil llint at lait ho wai uloul to tu iko nu I'lilteo to tho tocivty of Uio rtul Ktilckorbocken of tho New orid. Tho introduction! and ordinary iiluta tlof.i having been loticluded, tho party cJt-d theiiKelVis at tliu tub!o. Mr. riolli oru at at tliu bend at host, atid Mr. Flor riico wai at llio rij:ht hand. On tho left f Mr, Sulliurn eat Neil llryant, and Mr. I.eo wa fiiuJ wicla-d in btlween him and .Nobo iicyinour. Leo whi nrrayed in a tull-ilret lull, with whito necktie and pnlflit leather bo.At. Tliu oyt trn with placed upon tho table, w hllu sue hI coiivuiio ran nimbly. Nell II ry ii nt took Ins napKlii and lied it over ma heiid in inch a manner thai only his luoiith uiid chin wero vWiblo. Mr. Lee zed upon him with unfeigned Httonith nieut. 'i'lien, before anybody Imd tiuched tl.o bivnlvet before them, Noll raited his phito nnd deliberately unolt of the oy i. xi Then ho reached over and grntped Nt-lse Muynlour'i) plato, and imcd'of that, llo mid, looking nt Seymour: ''Nelst, your oyitcr lire better than mine. Here, j on cin luivo these.'' Thon ho dulibcrntcly passed his own plalu over to Seymour nnd began eatini; tliu oysters whlcti ho hid taken. Seymour juinp'eJ lo his fi-i't, apparently tri-iiibling with piisslon. I'littliig his hand behind him, ho drew forth n Uro tmwU Wnlfe, wh'ch liu bnimlithi'd Qercoly at Nell Ur tint, lie roareii out : 'You hnvii Insulted u, sir. I will have your llfi', sir. Hud cich particular hair a IhoiMiinit 1 1 v'., (hey would not Mtiffy my venuianco' flayinsf down tho knlfo and looking i, t lil victim trnplcally); say one prayer sir. for your wretched soul." Mr. Lee lnok.il atthx bowlo knifo and tho Knickerbocker who had drawn it. Ho tried to push his chair back and escape, hut it whs wrnJcd in lightly between the two Knickerbockers to whom ho had but jn't been Inlrodueod In tho mrnntine Neil Bryant, who had iwnllowed tho oys ters, cntinL' them with his lingers, without payinz Iho lcut iittcntlon to what Nelio was raying, spr.tnp to his feet. From tho 'ear p,.ck-t of his pintatoon ho drew forth ii bone navy revolvi-r. Pointing it icrosstho facn of the Irlejitened English mm, at NeUo Seymour, ho ibouted: Tuko back tliotn words, tir, or I will htvu vour blood." Seymour mtdo a feint with his knife at IIih lipid ot tlrynni. J no latter dexter ouIv parried it with his postol. At thi point tho wholn parly arose and drew knl oanl pistols, nnd n rlashinc and a 1ahlng boenn nn both side-. Mr. Leo, in whom thi action of the Knickerl ockors w-n totally inexplicable, managed to push hi- cliHlr liHck. and iditing nut attempted o i'-i-hp" from tho room. Nelio Seymour h-tected him as ho waiim-aklni; awnyand nnil raiiirhl him in hi arm". Ho held him Mailt b.iind hot ween hinvolfand the muz i'o nf i-il RM-anl s iilstnl. whilo Ilrvan 'onlinii-illy nllod oui to h-e to got out of ir way ami lei mm snoot tho ungentlo maniy racal. While thu company were in this hubbub uiiih one put out me liglits. Tuen aroso t K-rie ot groam and laughtor, abovo which rang out b.nd and clear the shouts ol Mr. Lee, -'.Murder! Fin-1'' He finally -'u". ... ffvnif,iiu niiiii ilia rwranfinn Hflll WHI Hrir.t ..ni. II.. ... t.. Vlf.l. A ' nun. Un Thursday a man visited Justice fowling aii'l infornied him that a duol us to no r.iught hetween Mr. Ioo and Mr. Sothern. Th jmtlee, on tho impulso of ihnliliiiiieilt. LTanted n w.rrinl f,., it, lompani in I rr.-t or tho two gentlemen. Afterward nn.l Yoiemlti' ! U ''curn.il to Justice lljwling that tbo Iroii W irv , l,r,,fe 4 "" " cntlnimtion of the . i., v - ',r"'-'''" JoKo upon .Mr. Leo. Ho there- lliW.1V, i. , fro dPStr,-rpd UiA trarmnl mn, l It. f tto Janutrv ' 'aco '""ed suhricnas commanding Ed. iil- Am.,t.' A oth..rn and William J. Florence This is bonaf d. Ihoie who bar not mide their winter purchase, will find It to their Interest to call on us. Stuart A Gnouox. iilliL' Amerlci . 'v """ mm Himm d. f loronce tm a. Tree ' il'.r.Cr?: :'':" ,,lm 'n 1,10 Ton.ba.t8 - v..., a ..iiii-ruay morning. At mat hour .paper pauorn mo two actor appeared in answer to the an envelope, ummons. They remained in tho officers re, elegantly .1 , ' '".wnen jiisttca Uowling en Wity things; j Zn PCrUjiUcU lhein 10 Bo.boulthdr n.id Including It is now undorslooil that Mr. Leo is A jea- a sub-1 ",n',or tbo irnprenlon, that ho dined with -!'! the best I!""" r-evinour and William Cullen teillcent son 1 iV.? . V. 1 1,6 " 'lfl''d tht one . .1 . '"lr futh b not been told in Eng. ' a holiday or. 'aid concerning ibn blrwdlhlrsty charac Yearly, only '"Istlcs of American ociety. oningi JJcm-1 - - I NICK Eli. 1 kST .'lUK .OVElt.Nuil' VLNhH t-l NATopJa K'K.V IVfcs KaaUUKL, LOCALS LOCAL WEATHER UEPOBT. U. S. Sio Skr , OrnrnvFK'a Orric. 1 (Vino, Dec. 'J8, 1872, Iftll p.m. ') IlnroniDter 30.40, and stationary. Temperature 23'. Wind south, velocity 0 miles per hour. .'laximum temperature, last 21 hoon ' 3.30 p.m., 28'. Dec. 21,1 1 , Minl,n,1,n temperature, last 21 hours, I'd ol Jlifs, Hmi iiubjiiihii ul' 1'revalllng wind, south CS" I "' V"1UCl,' 01 14,1 21 bour'' 03 U v' inllonl I Tiiom xa L. WAThoy, Obierver. StU I ,lKV' !V U' ." w "Hver . dis. w.OMU j courfo lbh rn,)rninK ,n (h6 i,felbvt(;risn uthcrn the j ejlei on '-Thu Nature and Kxtent of -u in the Atonement.'' In the evening. 'The Clos. .e fJ' j '"e J ear-" "id of the', IupoiiTir w 7, r , JiiroiiTANT.-A0 desire to cloie out nsponded, "" of ladle,' .a children', fur. icuiy, my within the next two weeks, ,nd will .ell 'irss- tern, "tbo Stuart i Onotsos. 1 suppoiu V. ..d, ot Mb. Ccnncc will glvo Ki.on. nt tho .as.oj.eo. conservatory as us.at, commencing on Mr. Lee I ul'" ri rcquesUd blawtiid i t5le,r u,ual hours. DRlnllT'i disease, called by physicians Albuminuria, i. ono of tho most terrible to which tho human family it liable. The albumen, which .hould go to ttrengthen and add vigor to the human frame is car ried out of the body in the urine, and the poor victim wastes away dally until death come, to hi. roltef. Now, If, when the patient first find hlmtelf affected, ho will get a bottlo of Parker'. Compound Fluid Extract liuchu and take it at directed, he will very toon find tho dilate disappear, for. by It. wonderful tonic properties it makes the kidney, do their work properly, and this drainage of tho nourishment of t'10 body i. effectually provenUd. Sold by all druggists, everywhere. Fiudat evening, December 27, being St. John's day, tho Masonic fraternity of this city had in ado arrangnments to cele brate tho same in a fitting manner. At an early hour tho Mason, and their ladles began to assemble at Masonic hall, and by 7) o'clock the hall was full to overflowing. Tho evening's exercise, wero commenced by Installing the officer, of Cairo lodge, No. 237, Delta lodge, No. C08, and of Cairo Council, No. IM. After the Instil lation, liev. Mr. Coin delivered an ad dress, which wa. lu the point and waa lis tened to with much interest. Afler the addrcs. tho assemblage .pent a short time in secrot Intercourse and then repaired to the St. Charles, where n beautiful banquet had boon spread by tho jovial, good-natured host, Kexfoid. Aftor the banquet the multitude listened with interest to elo quent specche. by Messrs. I'. W. Barclay, Antrim, Dixby, McEwen, Lounsbury, Whitlock, Fhlllli, and other able and olo- quunt speaker, too numerous to mention, afler which the multitudo retired from the banquet room, but not without leaving utficlent trace, of their reign behind, and in high praise of Mr. Rexford and hi. efficient staff. A number of the ladles and gentlemen returnod to Masonic hall, whero with tbo aid of Prof. Ki.enburg an 'hour or .0 wa. .pout very pleasantly in lerpsichorean amusement. Altogether the affiir wa. a success, and will long be remembered by thoso who participated. llemember The Rough and Ready Ball, New Year'i Eve. County court adjourned yesterday. Drift-wood I. running down the Ohio river since the rise. Dr. Wood I. tho county phy.ician for the next twelve month.. Mississippi river ice it now being cut, clear a. cry.tal and .even Incbe thick. Col. George Rearden of the Mississippi Jkxteniion railroad, I. in town. About noon ye.terday, the ice and now, in and about the city began to thaw Preaching at the Methodl.t church to-morrow morning and evening by the pastor, bunday .chool at 3 o clock. A number of the Mason, of Mound city attonded tha banquot at the St. Lharle. on Monday night A case of .mall-pox developed Itself yesterday in a bouse near the gas-house, occupiou oy colored people. Cunningham run. an express wagon, arranged for carrying passengers, from and to the Cslro and Vinccnne. railroad depot. The city Ilvory .table, are all onen. and business goe. on in them a. In the day. prior to tbo appearance of the epl- zooiic. Mr. W. Q. Cary has been awarded the contract for furnishing coffin, and burying the dead pauper, of the county. Jno. H. Uarman la now practicing aw. Yestorday Jlr. Herman wa. uccsi- ful in a suit before the county court. Business at the ei cress office waa lively yesterday. Mr. Pink and hi. atsis- tant. were kept bu.y all the time. Large quanlitle. of good, are being .hipped by the express companies. The Masonic banquet at the St. Charles hotel on Friday night waa a .uc- ccss. Quite a number of strangers were present. John Cahill wa. buried vesterdav af ternoon. Ul. remain, were taken ln VIII. lildge for interment, and a larro number of friend, and acquaintance, paid tbem Ihe last .olemn duties of respect. Jack Winter I. tbo possessor of a. bear, direct from the wilds of Arkansn. mi . .... ine animal is aead and a slice of it will have all been coerpleted by tho Rough and Ready Fire company, and on New Year's Kve Scheel'. ball will undoubtedly bo crowded ly one of the largeet compa niee of ladlat and gentlemen ever before assembled In Cairo. Thi. company ti an titled to the liberal encouragement ol thi citlteni. It U ona of the best, If not tha beet, Ira eonpanle. of the city. It I. al waya prompt to respond to tha calls of duty, and the prypetty holder, of the city, in whose intereat lu members labor with out money and without price, should without hesitation patronlte it in thli ef fort it is miktnc to replenish lu treasury, so that il. lire extinguishing apparatus may be made wore effective for the work It waa intended to do, LJi will Jud at llutfc.-r's, 144 Com mercial arraie, fancy goods of alt kinds, selected whi wrw-Ul reference to the hoi Iday season ; xien and boy. will find all kinds of txMtt and shoea, and ladles' and mltsee ahc-r 'At will give perfect .alls faction. Mt. Bue-gtr hat else dross gcvds, shawls, stir, firs of all kindssuch as rulnk., tables. el, ait new, just received from the Kut, and now Sting auld at very low price t ifyuiY rJuoJ to meet the demand, vt tl twtkltT trade, so teat the nimble pvauj tusr Si turned Instead of the slow dotar.. (VI and see for your self. It. ACAKD. To my friends sal patron : A. I was iwy unnxpectedlv called here by the sern iltoe of my mother, I am happy to infoitu you all that the crisis is past and the improving. Nothing preventing;, 1 will toon be at my ptst again in Cairo, seivlng my patron, to bits of cold steel, in tbe most agreeable man ner possible. As an emblem of purity now will do, but ''the muchres. of the thing'1 in this locality make it very in convenient getting about. A M. Austin. Hock land, Me., Dec. 2', 1872. 12-7.9-21 Our Home Adrertf sort . AleB), CRYSTAL SALOON AND READING ROOMS. MICHAEL COYNE, Proprlalor. (OLD r0ST OFFICE STAND.) Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ave. The best brand of Clean, choice Wines, Liquors, eic, always on nanu. gSTOpen day and night, ff3 Corner 7th strre; and Commercial Av. OLD DELMONICO SALOON AND READING ROOMS WINTER'S BLOCK. PARKER & MONTAGUE Proprietors. KTThe best brands of Cigar, choice Wines, Liquor., etc., alwayi on hand tf CimiSTMAS.and at N 32 Eighth street,! a complete Mock of Holla)- good in the fol lowing linen ! Qrocerci, Fruits nnd Toys, some nf whl Ii are Loidon Layer nnd Seed Icfh It'ilslns. Zmito Ctrrcnli, Citron, Sweet and Boiled Cider, Apile Bitter, Mince Meat, Apples, Orungen. Lanoni, Flgt. Nuts and Candles, (mixed by cunavei); Skates from common atyles TO New York club. Tov Iddsteids. Wa?on Carta, I'erambulatora, iVbeelbarrowa and Hobby Horse. Oallforna and other Canned Fruits ot the best brands. In large variety. Canned Fintl. Bottled irnda. Shaker Pre. aerve. and Jellle. Klrewrki, etc.. etc.. at Bristol JStilwkll's. OAIBO. Kxef your doors andgates ahut with the Dudly apring from Alley's. 12.19.1m PHIL. HOVAttD, STEAMBOAT 3UTCHER, City NatfUtaaU BsUlsUt.;. ampecial atleatiea paid ordsra from ateam boats alahtordav MTEAMBU1TN. "bAIRANii"?ADUOAH" HAII, BJBAT. Tn apUndid reamer J-A.S. FISK, Dick Fowhb, Oiptain l ftWVF' (Sund excepted), at 4 p.m. I or freight orpaenage ippiy in boaru or to )an 3tf Ja.. Malkv, Ag't. BASKS ENTERPRISE SAVINGS Ckartra1 Mare la ti.iMt. orrtcx or CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO omens : A. B. 8 AFFORD, President: ?: i ice-rreaiuent : U. UYSLOI', liecreury and 1 Treuurer susmui r. H. HTocasiaTM, p.. Q- u,,..- ' STilri- li".r, B0! w BOSSES il alelj leir. pnnclp.l of Iraj deposlU. Iherebc g'vlnu lham eompouod Inura.l. ' ,ner,D EL DORADO BILLIARD 8ALOON AND BAR ROOM. JOHN QATCH, Psratsirletor. IM Cnmnierciil Avenne, CA1KO, ILLINOlf Best brand of Califo Ci(aralu reoahvJ, BILLIARD saloon furnished with the beat of tables : and bur supplied with wines, liquors and clirar nf thenet bran I-. THiil LITTLF KENTUCKJAN SALOON AND (Open Day and Night.) J. E. PARKS, Proprietor, Ohio Levee, bet, 4th aud Cth streets, CAIRO, ILLS. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. A fine now Dining Hall with every con venlence h. been added to this popular Restaurant, and the guchta will Cum every requisite for their accomodation. THE BILL OF FARE constats of every substantial and delicacy ol the acason. THE JBJR is aupplied with the CHOICEST LIQUORSiWINES & CIGARS K7Mlxed drinks prepared with care. 11-10 tf. ELECTION NOTICE. Mayor's Offick. ) Cairo, Ills., December 6, 1872. j Public notice la hereby given that an elec lion win ue neiu ON TUESDAY, Til 7Tn DAY" OF JANUARY A. V. 1873, In tl.A t. r nnM in . 1. c . .. . r ,ti , a., .uw i.J VI V.UIIV. Ill illC OIUSC Ul IIIIIJOI!, lor the purpose of determining the question aa to whether said city of Cairo ahull become Incorporated under the act of the general anneuiuijr ui uiu tune, eniuieu " An act to provide ror tne incorporation ol cities and villages." annroved Auril loth. 1ST'', in fnr. p July 1st. 1872 ; and also, at the sane time mere wiuoe submitted ror adoption or rejec tion, the question ol "minority representa. siuu 111 me cuy council, or legiDiauve au thoritr ot aald cltv. For the purpose of said election, said city of Cairo lms been divided into two election districts, the 0110 of which comprises all Ihe territory in said city, 1 center line of Twelfth street extended to the Our Homo Advortiaors. MlftCELLANKOUSi. LIME CEMENT I JAMES ROSS, eiitia ta CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLINO. LIMEI CommeroiaUv., Foot or Elovonth-st. Boat quality f Llmo and Comont al ways on bind, and for salo at tho very levost figure, for cash. WAG .. MANUFACTORY. For Sale al Wholesale or Retail. CORNER 3VD.8THEET AND OHIO LEVEk Cairo, Illinois. nntllll J. .flAXltlK IDLEWILD MILLS Comer Twenty-second street and i.evec. Ohio SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN MEAL Always on hand, and at tho lowest inarko price. Also a good article of 0 O "W iPEED Vcrv cheat). Leave orden nt IIAI.I.IliAV IIROTIIEItS, or apply at tho ...III. llM-dtl. WHOLESALE AND HETAIL a l DRUGGISTS, 1TO. 7t OHIO IDIhjV. Jlclinl anil Prcfcrij Corner M'nliliiton nnil Elghlli urcct. WUUD I WOOD I I WUUD I I The unilersistneil will furnish j HARD AND DRY WOOD Aa Cheap, II not iieir r bad anv wood dealer In Cairo. I.eavn nnl. i on thu nlutCB at the 1'oi.tolllce niul ut I!o coal yard, on Commercial ucnue, bctuceii I Tenth and twelfth atreeU, Cairo. I 111 tiol k. I give good measure und will cord the wood . up ir desired. 1 annlli-ll I1K.NNIH UALKY. 11-.1.H. " " CIIKSTl'HOTKCTOI Of chiiinoN nnd rabbit I lor wcuk lungs. At BARCLAY Bid CHLORATE lozeng: roii stun: tiiroaI Prepared and soldi II v BARCLAY Hill lloHSB AND (ATI .Y, MKDICII 111l I'MnlVctanL forStJ At IIARCLAY 1IR(I FIMO CI GARS "honey 111:1:." " YOI NO AJIKIild And "Unlieriial Standaf At IIARCLAY IIROl Ohio and MiHxUslppI rlvein, and the place of uiiiis;, in nam uisinct, will DC inc 1101111 and Ready pnKine.houi ; thsutliei district com prises all tho territory In aald city, north and west of said line extended u ufnreiiald. ami the place of voting therein will be the court uousc. By order of the city council. JOHN M. I.anhiifn. Vmnr 'Cairo Dally Sun' and 'Calio (lurettc,1 iicsuio cupjr. IZ-U-UIU 81 000 IN ONP. WKKK. To any shrewd man who can do business on the quiet, I guurantcc an Immense For mnes, eusuy, rapidly, and in pcrrect sarcty Address In perlvct confidence, W'M. IVjUUIEN. 23 West Fourth street, New York. i.-m w oni. MARtUD WOMEN AMD OIILDIIV HAY uaroaiT momiy aO TMAT agii,iiin...,.,... - wuium WIT iruill , K. m ui n.pn 1. 1 . .. ... Ud HatUrtlA ...an. n. uiu.un .r'l' m" Ku eating lor flew Year's il.. .i.. i'.u,"l' wu uaruaiit imciiua .0 cui it up and dispense it 1 """ w- uraLOI'.Traasurar. at reasonable prices, to hi. numerou. cut toincrs on that day. And .till they come. Millik.n llrother. of Paducab, Kentucky, have I opened a commission home la tbe Widow.' block, Ohio levee. Flour I. their sn.ci.l. 1 THE CITY NATIONAL BA.1T-EC. r sunt.. 1 . . inue, yuU ,., " " "igni ?2nd Inst., at me a. j "' T. llogert of Missii.ippi county, jlilO lir.,1. . JllIBOUri. 1 DM flffAtt-teH u,. v B, UBllve 0, y iru"r ,1 Mt'rC,!rCount-v'Kon,uc,y.n- 'd lived ,, KNotlihii! ltu,h i,iJt5 uI'tlt church, ar,d waa a to come at It 0 tlu Im, Hi) ."'olbo' n, Jlfiuuv. ! rell hi Lf. "Idenu I ' ., a ar l 0. lust worthy, exemplary c!ilzn. Died at thu ago, of 41 In the faith that made him pa t'ent during 7 weeks of suffering, and even Joyful In thu near approach or death. Fuvjsbai. Ninict.-ThTfnneral of William Uamllton, deceased, will take place lo-'luy. rJervice. at tho late re.i. denro of lh deceased, on Ninth street at b.lf.pa.l U o'clKk, R-y. Mr. Thom'.. fflltlailng. The retrains w be burled Ht Iloech Ornvo Ceinti-ry. a 1m,i.i Irnia will leave Eihlh alreet at 2 o'clock. Tta friends and acouainunoe. of tha il ceasid aw respectfully luvltod to Attend tbe lucent!. St. Loul. i.payine a dollar tier hushal for coal, and It Is difficult to cet. at that price. Other citle. complain of a scarcity iisis nrwcie 01 mel also, but the people f Cairo aro .upplled at their door, with 11 they want at $5 per ton. Don't forget The Rough and Heady'. Ball At Shcbeel'. Hall, On New Year's Eve. The steamboat Glasgow ha. a large and prominent ,gn. The Glasgow I. the Nashville na Northweitern R. It. tren. far boat and left tbl. port on her .econd trip, loaded to the guard.. -And still we are a moral city. For two day. not a .ingle case ha. enlivened the precinct, of the police court, where Justlse holds her even scales. No drunkenness no stealing, no fighting, no vagrancy, no bie no little .in, have caused any .rre.t. to" be made for two whole daya. The fellow, who make thing, lively in the police courU aro either frozen up or reformed. St. Peter's Church, Mound City, will give a cuncort and festival in Stoke'. Hall on Now Year's night. Exten.lve prepa ration, have been made, and it I. intended that the occa.lon .ball bo specially enter talnlng and pleasant. The manaiera arranging with Col. Wood of tha Cairo and Vineennoa railroad, to have a .pedal train run from thi. city on Wednesday tight, and tha Cairo people ' are cordially toviteo i go up 30 MUSjPdHJt CA1H0. ILLIRoia CAPITAL, T . 1100,000 ernoiui W. p. IUI-LIDAT. President) ? MN5rL- Vie.-PresM.ai A. B. HAF FORD, Caahler WALTER UTHLOP, AaalaUal Oaahier, niaacroasi HtiiTsTirioa, Rosaar H. Ovwiaaaiai Oae. U. WiiUAnaoa, Brariaa Biai ' A. B. Sarrcaw, Basskam, CUa aa Vmif ajutea svaus Baascail . bU. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OAiHa, DANIEL OURD, Vra.ld.ntj ROHEhT. HtinH. Vioe.presl4eai 0. N. HUOHBB, Ouier. ""4,, COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADK. 'MIS! ttabllahed, November 18, 1872 CAIEO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. On the corner of 12th street and Washington avenue, opposite Bulletin office. Will open MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1872 Tuition from $2 to 120 per term. IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH. No pain, will be spared to make It PLEASANT, PROFITABLE, AND SATISFACTORY to all concerned. N.'P. CURTICE, Director. Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Music. J. M. RODENBAUQU, Teacher of Wlcd and String Instrument. (See circular.) n-H t.. COM MlaMlOH JOIIN D. PilLLIH & SOW, (Buoeeaaorsto John B. Pnilh.,) GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS AMD DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT Flour, Meal, Bran, &c, t'oa. TENTH-ST. aud OHIO LEVE OAIKO, ILLS. WOOD RITTEN HOUSE & BRO. FLOUR AID General Commission Merchants 183 OHIO LKVJCB, GEOROE D. WILLIAMSON, WHOLESALE OROCSK AND n COMMISSION MERCHANT AMD SIALKK IV STEAMBOAT SUPPLIES. ot0svt.aboVu.d n'Ut (0r 0,8 etl0B FRED ROSE MEECHAWT rTJXXjOJR No. 104 COMMKKCIAL AVKNUC, French. Scotch and American r.islinrr, of all colors, and header a nil brodclollm CONSTANTLY ON HAND, iid made up In thu LATEST STYLE, And at the lowest price. A lino tit and lln-t 1 clasii work guaranteed. .Salinluction In cv- ry respect warranted. UBW C3-OOIDS JTJST KECEIYB : T tiii: CITY BOOT AND SHOE STORE. rou YOl'K OOAl CAIRO CITY COAL I pr.par.it to supHj cuilomer with tti quality of PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS COAL. ORDERS lea at Ilallltlay Urns, office, 7 OHIO LKVEE. or at the Coal Yard below the 8t. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten tion. Tbe Tun "Mo.ntauk" will bring coal a'ngnldo to namer at anv hour. MEAL ENTATE AUE.NC't. C. WINSTON & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS AM AUCTIONEERS, 74 (bxcond floor) OHIO LKVKX, OAIKO, ILI.H,, Uuy and Sxll Real Estatk, PAY TAXES, FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Anil pxr-tt" Cnm T.nri ofKln.Irl BOOTS -A-ZLSriD S ZE3I OB3 MR. A . 13 L ACK, flavin; enlarged add lniulomcly rollttcil hl 'tore, now oilor to the public, the flnct al proii.iiuy inc i.iren aim iiio-i eouipieio iocs m ihhh aim .iiiue siiuiiiji iu 111s.11 1 lllWICh lllu c.ireilll lll-puciiuil 01 every 11001 aim muu tsenrur, ;,ii:sr.uisvi;iii su jiiuuhc i,fi nni. in r,L'.iril In tiriLMt and illle. 111. .inek which 1. lu-t received U coiniilotc in every itciiirtment: ollcrlni' to tl trailoa better Hue of goods than ever before, with many Inducements in regard to pril to tliu purclia-cr. 2T O 33. T I-IE HOLIDAYS. He has 011 hand a Jinc line ol children' Miocs or every Hyle, quality aud colors col istin of PEARL CUEK. FRENCH KID. RI'TTONEI) TA.MPIER, FOXED POLISH, ETC llo iiartlrularlv calUaltoiitinii to bi li.iniloine line ol Lvlle' and llc sboe ail .11....,.. I.. fi.i.,ii In. 1 1 . luMi'. Ii nt 1 In. ri.iiiiLitinnofiiVi.olliiij th. lliso it nii'l itin-t coin plelu li.'li:i oter had, coii-i-tlii. or every ipulity, otylu and cut appropriate ror tho con lort ni niiii.iMMt). ,,, , Al-o, lliu I.ir.'e Hock of eoiitlcincnV. voutli' and hoys' boots, which -Mr. Ill.ick pride hlm-eir l the llne.t .election In the city, ami enable, hllu to supply a w.mt Ion,' rdt b 1 the (.'cntleiiien In Ibis city, tlm aliilltv to ptirehi-o aeil-tmn 111 tdo hoot or shoo ror abou 0110 half prlco paid to elty hoeiii iker. No Kcntleiuaii wauling 11 line titling ciistoi made boot, cither liudu to iiif.i-uro or Iroui atom, nhoilld fail to ico hi stock. 1 CoT-Mr. JJlack, ix tliu colcncnt for Messrs'. Brolaski k Co., whoso goods h keeps only, ami ho warrants every pair. CORNKR KIC.IITII STRBKT AND CO.MMKRCIAL A VKNUE. I'ltSSt'KHC. CUKAF UltOCKRIKS the kew s-xams-z. OROCIBII8 KCTAILKD AT WIIOLESALI rHICKS rORCASII. AT H. C. TIIIELECKK'S STORE WTAIUIKOTolf AVK.NUE, IIKTWCKN TKNTII AND CLKVKNTU STIIIKT8. U tu. drt Cuba Sugar for - - -$5 0 ... 1 00 CJ lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00 " rrlmo Rio Coffoo for - - 1 o 3 " Choico " - . 1 o( 3 " Old Government Java - - 1 0( Tooa and other staple and fancy Groce ries oqually aa cbctap. Oooda new and full weight givon. Call and try. JOIIN SJIEEIIAN, RETAIL GROCER And Dualar In VKOBTAIILES. FRUITS. KOOS, LARD FRESH II UTTER, KTC. K3T All Goods warruntcd freah, and sole the lowest prlccx. Corner Uth St. andCoramercialAve. 7-il tt. 11. M. IIULEW, GROCER and CONFECTION MBECB.A 2rrv; Aad Dealer in Foroigo Fruits &Nuts, No. 134 Comuiorcial-avo., Caiho, Illh. NEW YORK STORE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. LAKOXIT TABIKTT STOCK IN TUB CITV GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE. Corner of Nlrmovniti street and Cum CAIRO, ILLINOIS. CO. l'ATIER. i,auvi:iik, LIXEGAR, MU-V.Vst FOl'E, ATTORNEYS AT LAW OFFICE WINTER'S III.OC1C, Cnlro, llllnol. GREEN & GILBERT, ATTORNEYS am COUNSKIsORS AT LAW, ss'illistii II, (irci-n, 1 Willi.m 11 Hill-i rt, y CAIHO, ILMNOIH, MileF.(lll.ert, J aTHpecm. altmlioo glTen to A'lmirisItT ani; isamimai oiMiDet.M, OTTIOK OHIO LKVKlC, IIOOMB 7 ANII 6 OVr.h IIITT NATIIINAI. It A K K. wan ainr.ns. H. T. UEROULD' STEAM AND GAS FITTER DtitlU II UAH fiXTVnilH, fki Pittfr'si anil riumlier'a inislprml, Wnoi) also iucnt run riifta llniltistra I'atont Itry Oiih ivte i luil iliirenoiii,e, Welln A Co'a Aulomnlic Wat' luuicaior nisis iiiiy valfe lor steam t.oileru. WfOTim a nr.nosr. rnwsi vtif i i,. vvsi k ATTENTION ! You can buy six and ono-half lbs. Durant's A CotToo Sugar for Ono Dol- ar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans Sugar for Ono Dollar; Bost three and ono-half libs. Priino Bio Cottee, Ono Dollar ; Bost Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and a half per pound ; Bost Gun powder Tea, One Dollar and Seventy-five Cents per pound-; Young Hyson and Oolong Tea, une uouar per pound, and Mr. R. Jones on Commer cial avenue, second door west ot Jonth street, is mnuutactur ins Boots and Shoes of the best material in the market and is prepared to ii 1 1 all orders on tho shortest notice. Ho guarantees both tho work and material ; his patterns aro of tho latest styles, and li is prices lower than any other shop in tho city. Confident of the oxcolloiico of his work, ho invites tho patronago of tho public. m.i.v.1 ;.,. DANIEL LA.Ml'ERT, FASHIONABLE BARBER FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN, Eighth St., Ut. Com. .t Wasii., CAIROjj; IlltllU III.MIIMi. PATRONIZE HOME TKJ.1DE J. C. II U ELS, Lato of St. Louis. COOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOKI MANUFACTURER, BULLETIN BINDERY, Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave IlLANIC HOOKS of every description done with neiitiie-s and ill-li.ilcli. All kinds of nillir,' iliino at fliurt imtlcu Dllilcs .MuMc. .MiC.inii's hihI lVrloillcaU hound neat, und ul tin; lowest pollilo rates. toiiniy work, -iicii as iteconis, liocKcts, I'l'i' lloukr, lll.inks. etc.. in.iilij ii ipecialily ltiivi". I'oeket Rook. Knvcloiic. etc.. niailo to o-ir. Il-illf. NEW LIVERY STABLE TENTH STREET, I1KTWEBK WABII'N AVKNUK AND WALNUT Ur. H. K. ricMs Inrorrn Ins public that lit bat oini'il a L I V E It J' S T A n L E, nn tlio norlhwCil sulo of Tenth stroet aa name hIkivp. Ills Stables will tie furnished witn nnna DUl in BEST HORSES AND GOOD VEHICLES. and the puhllc may ho accommodated at nl hours 01 mo nay ami nii'iii wiui suio teams on tho lowest terms. Dr. 1 e ils akH ii slial'O nrimlillcnatronaire and will emleavor to merit it hy fair dcalfiia niul Ktrlct attention to IiiisIiici.h. HENRY II. MEYER, EXOBLSIOB DECORATIVE. SIQN and ORNAMENTAL GRAINING AND MARBLING ol every Description. DECORATING AND GILDING n every Hlylo, plain anil ornamental. raruciiiar aiieiiiinn paiu to uiasa UllHIUfl Ol'delH nillcitcil for ccucrv. Frcscoo und Haulier l'lilntlnr. FANCY GLAS3 SHOW CARDS . iiluin and nniamental. All wnik iii- tivtcil to my euro will ho promptly al li'inleil to. Shop In l'erry Iloumi, coiner I Coiiiini'ri'lal iiM'iuio unit Eighth street. aepnir. .SAVE TIME AND MONEY I lly Icttlnj; your wants ho known nt tbo OAIBO INTELLIGENCE OFFICE lUacmcnt No, TO Olio Lnvee.