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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1878.
faMlMUM (, Bnllrtln HnlMlMK
yfoov pumft, step Udlcrsi skirt and
bread boards at H alley's. l'J-19-lm
N. n. There will bo nn annual meet
ing of Delta Lodge, No. 508, F. and A. M.,
this Thursday ovonlne, Dec. 10. A. L.
6812. for the election of officers for tho
ensuing masonic year.
Jamks A. Piiim.ii, Sec.
FoRtKAL NoTtCK. Urlof funoral ser
vices will be held at thu roildoncc of tbo Into
Mr. J. B. Davit, corner of Fifteenth and
Cedar itreeU, at 1:16 p.m. thin (Thursday.)
Frlendi of the family aro Invited. Fune
ral sermon Sabbath morning. In tlio l'rei
A ri lot of boa stove for churches
and school-houses, cheap at Halley's.
Qo to the Atheneutn to-night.
Tho weather moistened considerably
The remain! of tho Into Mr. J.S,
Davli will be conveyed to Evansville for
burial. Tho friends will atart with the
body on tbo lllinoli Central, at 2:40 p. in
-Win, 1. Perkins, of the Perkins'
House, Vienna, was ono of tho excursion
Uti to Cairo on Monday lint. Mr. Per
klnr keeps tho beat hotol in Viennn, and
Calrollca who vlait the town ahould make
it a point to go there.
The funeral sorvices of tho late Mr.
J. S. Davit will he proNchcd in tho l'rca
byterian church on next Sunday morn
ing by the Her. Mr. Thayer.
Tbo cold, damp weather nsw provid
ing ia very unfavorable for horses. Those
afflicted with tho epic.ootlc become- worst',
and thoto which have not auccumbed to
the diaeaie, becorao moro liable to do so.
Tbe bill to-night nt ho Atfaciieum is
Frank Chapman of Carbondnlo came
down on tbe Illlnola Central yesterday.
Mr. and Mra. Selden Irwin are at the
St. Charlct hotel.
John Oroen, tho thief brought from
St. Lou la tome days ago, ia expecting
frienda from St. Louia, who, ho says, will
bail him out of jail.
Mr. Mayer, tho gentlemanly agent of
the Selden Irwin troupe, emtio nctr meet
log with a serious accident yesterday
rooming. At ho was walking down Sixth
treet, tbe sidewalk being covered with
ice, he slipped and foil. Tho shock was to
severe that for a short time he thought of
sending for Dr. Dunning tn look fur
broken bones. Ho soon recovered, how
ever, and felt no serious otToclt of tho fill.
Mr. Allen has bought out the South
ern hotel and is now acting as landlord of
Mr. Fay, formor propriotor ol the
Southern hotel, has bought tho hotel de
partment of tbo Delmonico from Jack
A young white girl, aged about six
teen years, died on Tuesiay of small-pox,
ia the pest-house.
The tree were hung with crystal yes
Aa Christmas draws near, thu rocr
chants aro kept busy.
Our people have no cauae to complain
of a lack of amuacmente. Thu theatrt
the church featlvala, banquets, balls, soeiiii
card partiei, crowd each other.
Tbe absenco of Judge Broas at tho
railroad convention iu Paris, Tennessee,
necessitates the adjournment of thu county
oourt. It will meet again on Friday
J. II. Lufklna formerly of Anna,
has established himself in a flrst-clais
grocery atoro on Cominorciai avenue, be
tween Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets.
Everything desirable in the way of cata
bios can bo had of Mr. Lufklna at tbe very
The slippery sidewalks yeatorday af
lorded tbe school boya amusement in tbo
way of skating.
Tbe rain of night bofore lust, though
not a tery heavy one, replenished tho cis
terns aomowhat, for which the good peo
ple of this city, thankful fur small favors
and large ones in proportion, are grateful
Tbe Selden Irwin troupe mado their
third appearance bofore the public at the
Atheneum last night. Notwithstanding
the inclemency of the weather and muddy
condition of tbe street-crossings, they had
lair bouse. Air. and ilri. irwin wore
well sustained, and If our theatre-going
class of cititens will only liberally patron
ise this troupe, it will stimulate Mr. Ir
win, tbe proprietor, to renewed exertions
to make hisjentertainment, popularjand attractive.
Ladles will find at Burger's, Ms Com
mercial avenue, fancy goods of all kinds,
selected with especial reforence to tbe hoi
iday season ; men and hoys will ilnd all
kinds of boots and nhoes, nnd ladies' and
misses' shoo that will give perfect satis
faction. Mr. Burger has alao droas goods,
shawls, skirts, furs of all kinds such as
minks, sables, etc.; all new, just roceived
from the East, and now being sold at very
low prices at figures reducod to meet the
demands of the holiday trade, so that tho
nimble penny may be turned instead of
the slow dollar. Call and sue for your
Sewing machine findings of every
kind, such as needles, oil, springa, ahuttels,
bobbins, castors, tuck-marUers, cordors,
hemmen, oil cans, scraw drlvera,wruncbea
and all difficult ports of tbe machine
that wear out. Also self-acting rufllers,
tbe best in use. All kinds of machines re
paired, Persons at a diilaricu can Adjust
the machine from tbo stand, pack it in ,a
boi or basket and send by express. All
work warranted. J. 0, Cakko.v,
160 Commercial avenue, between Ninth
and Tenth streets. 12-15 lm.
Tbe Irish Cousin will be reproduced
by tbe Selden Irwin troupe on Saturday
ifternoon, at So'lock, for tbe accommod.
ion of tbe ladies and children. Saturday
a day of recreation and fun for school
dldreo, consequently Mr. Irwin will
re tbit matinee and put tbe price of
aalaaloa down so low that every school
r ui girl sea afford to attend.
F. W. BodarJ, formerly a "Carolte,"
now of tho stesnier Utah, was In this city
Tcnlght tho Suldon Irwin troupo will
give Ihfir fourth ontortalnnient at the
Atheneum, on which occasion will bo
presented tho romantic drum a of tho Mar
ble Heart, with the full strength of tho ,
company. Mr. Harry lUlnforth will ap
pear this ovoning in his great cbaraetora
of Diogenes and VnlMgn. hvorybody
should go. Tho Institution 1 dcstlnod to
becomo popular in this city, and is ono
worthy of oncouragomcnt.und support.
Toys, notions and fancy good. Tho
bot nnd cheapest place to got your toys
nnd fancy goods, Is on Commercial ave
nue, between Ninth and Tenth streets
No. 160, as wo keep toys tho yenr round
and soil at regular prices. Wo arc just in
receipt of a now and fresh lot of goods,
among which is n lino assortment of
Christmas troo ornaments, which wo roll
to churches' and otbor institutions nt cost
prices. J. U. Caksox,
No. IS6, Cominorciai avenue, between
Ninth nnd Tenth streets.
Coal shovols, tongs anil buckets and
anything elso yon want nt lUlloy'a.
Notick. Thoro will bo a special meet
Ing of tho Qui Vivo Coterie nt their
rooms this ovoning, nt nino o'clock. Ev
ery mombar is requested to bo prcsont
12-19 It. Char. R. Kylk, Sccrotary.
Kier.ryour doors and gales shut with
tho Dudly spring from Hulley'a.
CUIUS r.MAS.midnt No 32 Eighth street,! a
nwiiplcto Mock of Holiday goods In tho fol
lowing llm-: Orocerle-, Ft nil mid Toys,
Mime, of wlil'h lire London layer and seed
leu rulslns, zante currents, citron, nwwt mid
boiled elder, npile nutter, mince nicai. np
nlps. nraiiL'ps. lemon-. rur. nuts and candles,
(mixed liv ourseltes); skates Irom common
New York club. Toy Bedsteads, Wagons,
Carts, Perambulator, Wheelbarrows and
llniiiiy Horses, laiuorma anu omcr innncu
Fruits ol tho best brands, in large variety.
Canned Fish. Bottled goods. Shaker Pre
serves and Jellies. Fireworks, etc., etc., at
BlIISTOL & STILWKLL'tf.
Poucx Court. In tho absence of
Judge Bross yesto'dsy, justico to tho city
prisoners was administered by 'Squiru
Shanncssy. Dan Whalon and P. C. Co
hen, drunk, fined $6 40 each. Paid.
Jai. Coyle, M. Bradley, 8. Shaddruk,
Cbas. Erkahan, John Robinson, N. Ryan,
M. Duffy nnd J. MulholJand wore all sent
for six days to assist in sidewalk repairs
and to cleun street crossinga.
Charley Pierce and John Wright, for
breaking tho ordinance in regard to
concualud weapons, wore fined $S 05 each.
A. D. Anderson, alias Andrews colored
for tho came offuoao, was fined S9. An
drowa could not pay and was ordered to
jail, but on tbo way thoro, took an uncere
monious leavo of officer Martin and cs
caped. A down-town saloon keeper undertook
to get personal satisfaction out of one of
hia ponnilois customer.', and was fined
$10 25. He took an appeal.
Bill. Crawford, for vagrancy, was sont
on tho chain-gang for nino days.
John Roach, drunk und disorderly, was
fined $11 25. Paid.
Best cooking stoves in tbo mnrket at
A. Halley's, No. ICS, Washington avenue.
StOAtncr Mary Davago, Pittsburg
" Quickstep, Evansvillo
Susie Silver, New Orleans
11 Hubert Mitchell, New Orleans
" Celeste, Memphis
" Jim Flak, Jr, Paducah
11 Illinois, Columbus
Steamtr City of Qulny, New Orleans
11 Quickstop, Evansville
" City of Chester, Memphis
11 Robert Mltcholl, Evansville
" Mary Forsvth, Now Orleans
" Jim Fisk, Jr, Paducah
" Illlnola, Columbua
CONDITtON OF TUB H1VKH8.
Thn ris in tho river at this place Is
steadily increasing. Thero is now five
foot rcportod over tho samo bars between
hero and Evansvillo. Tho Mississippi
was full of heavy white Ico yostorday.
Thoro Is nothing now to report from that
stronni, and 3 feet is probably all tho
water thoro ia in tho channel. There is
about 6 feot rcportod at Point Pleasant.
Special dispatches to Tax Bullktih
report thu condition of the Ohio and Mis
sissippi rivers at various places.
1IUSINKSS AMI WKATIIKR.
Conaidurablu business was transacted
on tho landings, which woro in a terrible
muddy nnd Mushy condition. Tho wcath
or modoratud a little and tho lea on thu
slduwulks nearly nil melted, making it
very disagrceablu walking.
The City of Quincy cleared for the
South after taking on ncouplo of hundred
tons Shu iutenda tilling out at Belmont.
Tho Mary Davago and barges brought
about 200 tons for reahlpment. She was
detained some, timo between hero and
Evansvillo by tho low stago of water. She
is uiiroutu to St. Insula, and will have to
remain hero until' nuvigatton to that placo
Thu City of Chester left for Memphis
with i) very good trip of freight and peo
The Quickstep has resumed hor place in
tho Evansvillo trade. She arrived bring
ing a medium load, and roportod five feet
over tho worst bars.
Thu t-'uslo Silver name In early from
Naw Orleans, bringing about eight
hundred tons of sugar and molasses, most
ly consigned to St. Louis.
Tho Belle, of Pike came to tho wharf,
nnd is loading for Memphis, and will leave
this ovoning. John Langlois is the second
Tho Forsyth left last evening for the
tunny South with all ahe wanted, and
under command of Cap t. John Greenough
Tho Mississippi V. T. Co. have another
tow of three barges nearly loaded, and will
send them forward by tho Cresent City.
Jim McFadden, recently 2nd clerk in
tbe Anchor line, has accspted a position
on the I.C. K.It. wharf-boat.
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Nn, 03 ,0)110 Luvee, Cairo, Illinois,
commission inorchant, aud dealer in hides,
fur,, wool and leather. Highest cash price
paid for all kinds of old metal, copper
brass, ragi, and paper stock. Liburul ad
vances madu tu rosponsiblo shippers.
I'KICIt LlMT OK FUR3.
Mink from 26c. to i'i 00
Tbe splendid uteamer
Dick Fowlir, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sundavezcented). at
4 p.m. For freight orpussagc apply on boaro
or 10 JAB, jUALLUKY, AI! l,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS '
"The Galaxy is about as nearprrfection aa
anything ; can be." Dally Uegister, New
Dry Flint Hides from
Wrought Iron per ll
Cast do per 100 lb,
tfbssp Felts easb
10c, to 45
7 c. to a
.'100 to 7 00
... 10c. to u
. . . ro. to
, ..IJc. to
....tiOo to 1 10
....66 to 76
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It bus .Shorttorles in Each Number
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Address SHELDON 4 CO.,
7J Bread way, N.T.
A place where you can buy aa much for
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAll AND A QUAHTER
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
The undersigned would respectfully In
form the public that tboy havo fitted their
new store bouse on Eighth streot with tho
finest end best assorted slock of
general merchandise ovor before bronchi
to this market, and In order
to securo a large portion of tho patronage
of tbo public.
WE AUK DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER EST A li.
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock ia entirely new, and
bought expressly for the coming fall and
winter trade cf this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gtnts and Children's
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS Ac CAPS.
And all other articles to bo found in n
first class dry goods and clothing establish
We call especial attention to our largo
assortment of dreaa goods, sliawN and
cloaks, which department is complete In
all ttsdetails. Our stock of
Blum & Amson.
Mr. It. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in tho market
and is prepared to till all
orders on the shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
he invites the patronage oi
the public. IMM 3in,
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Mayoh'h Okficr. I
Cairo, Ills., December 0, 1872.
Public notice Is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held
OH TUESDAY, THE 7TTI HAY OF JANUAKY
A. V. 1873,
In tbe city of Cairo, in the State of Illinois,
(or the purpoae of determining the question
aa to whether said city of Cairn shall become
Incorporated under the act of tbe general
assembly ot this state, entitled " An act to
provide for the incorporation of cities and
villages." approved April 10th, 18TJ, In force
July 1st. 1872 ; and also, at the same time
there will be submitted for adoption or rejec
tion, tho question ot "minority representa
tion." In tie city council, or legislative au
thority ot aald city.
For the purpose of said election, said city
or Cairo has hern divided Into two election
districts, the one of which comprises all the
territory iu said city, south and east of the
center Ifne of Twelfth street extended to the
Ohio and Mississippi rivers, and the place or
voting, In said district, will be the Hough and
Ready engine-house; the other district com
prises all the territory in said city, north und
west of said line extended as aforcsuld, and
the place of voting therein will be the court
house. By order ol the city council.
John M. Lanhdkn, Mayor.
Cairo Dally Hun' and 'C'ullo Gazette,'
please copy. l!W-dtd.
Sealed proposals willbe received at the City
Clerk's office until 7) run. or Kridav, the tinth
day or December, A. D.. 1872, tor furnishing
tbe materials or doing tho. work, or both, for
the reconstruction or renewal ol the follow,
ing described sidewalks, viz.: On the s'liith
side of Nineteenth street from Poplar street
to Commercial avenue ; on the nTtli side nl
Twentieth street from Ohio leveo to Walnut
street: on the south or Twentieth street
from Ohio levee to Washington avenue ; on
both sides or Poplar street from Eighteenth
street to Division street; on tbe south side
or Division street; and on north side or Cen
Said proposals shall be directed to the City
Council, and will be opened at a joint meet
ing or the Council at the time above named.
All proposals shall be made in accordance
with the provisions, requirements and speci
fications or ordlnanco No. 32, approved Sep
tember 18, A. D 1872, which ordinance Is
now on tile in my office, subject to examina
tion at any time.
The city reserves tbe right to reject any
or all bids.
M. J. Howlky,
Cairo. Ills., Dec. t), 1872. City Clei k.
Corner Twenty-second street
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest marke
price. Also a good article or
Verr jhaap. Leave orders at HALLWAY
MTBUUI, t nJ 4 Use uUL
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
3TO. 74: OHIO LEVEE.
Hctttil and I'reHCripliou,
BBIWyst -"i Ar-SswaiaaBS jjjftjajsaaaaajaM
HresSlBBBB Hl '1 1 '
EBasfti-JaHa! Hm uflaBtSCtl
Corner Washington Ave.
and Eighth street.
Ol cliatni.l- ai rabbit 'skin,
for wesk lungs.
At BAKOLAY BROS,
KOlt SOUK THROAT,
Prepared aud sold '
By BARCLAY UR03
And ltMurect.-uiN lor uMe,
Ai BARCLAY BROS.
FINE CIGARS, '
" YOl'.NO AMERICA,'
Anil rnlcrnd Standard."
At BARCLAY BROS.
35TEW G-OOIDS JTTST HOE3IVB3D !
JO TO THE
CITY BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
BOOTS -A 2sT ID SHOES
MR. A . BLACK,
Havlnif enlarged and handsomely retittcd his store, now offers to the public, the finest and
pnibahlv tbe lariret and most complete stock of Boots and Shofs lu the city; to which be
lnitcs the carelul Inspection of eery boot and slme wearer, guaranteeing to please ev
ery one In regard tu price, und -tjle.
His stock which lsjuit receled I. complete ill ever)- department; offering to the
trade n better line or (food than eu-r before, with many inducements In regardT to price
to the purchaser.
FOE T H 33 HOLIDAY8.
He has on baud n line line of children's shoes of every style, quality and color, con
PEARL CUER, FRENCH KID,
M1TTONED TAMI'IEH, FOXED POLI3II, ETC.
He particularly calls attention to his handsome line ol Ladles' and Misses' shoes and
slipper, in which he has always had the reputation of excelling; Is tbe tincatand moat com
plete he has ever bad, conltliitf or esery quality, style and cut appropriate for the com
tortol this season. ,,...., , , .
Alo, the Urge -lock of gentlemen's, youths' and boy.' boots, which Mr. Black prides
hlmeir is tbe lliiet selection in the city, mid enables liiui to supply a want long felt by
the gentlemen In tills city, tbe ability to purch.i-e n custom madu boot or shoe for about
one half price paid to city shoemakers. No gentleman wanting a tine fitting custom
made boot, cither made to measure or from store, sbnuld fall to see his stockt
Say-Mr. Mack, in tho solcugetit for Messrs. Brolaski & Co., whose goods he
keeps only, and lie warrants every pair.
CORNER EIGHTH STREET AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
Etabllhed, November IS, 187'J.
On tho corner or 12th streot nnd Washington
avenue, opposite Bulletin office.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 187'.'.
Tuition from t'i to 20 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will be spared to make it
to all concerned.
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher or Vocal, Organ and I'lano Music.
Teacher or Wlcd and String Instruments.
(Sco circular.) n-lt tr.
II. M. 11ULEN,
M E R C II A N D I S E JJ R O K E R ,
Purchasing lor Merchants a speciality.
Oltlees 110 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
KSTRefcrcnors, Calm Merchants.
a AH riTTRRN.
U. T. UEIIOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Oas KitUr's and flumbsr's material, Wood
lurar , globs and angle vlvs, stop)
cocks, ohfcU valves, eto.
suo iosst roa
Tufts) Brothers) Patent Dry Osm Meter
tad storsuouse. Wells A Co'a Automallo Wstsi
Udieaur and Supply Valve for steam boilers.
Wlltn'l BLOCK, OOUMJUMlAXATMV
HOME TBADE I
J. C. IIUELS,
Late of St. Louts.
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
BLANK BOOKS or every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds or
ruling done at short notice. Bibles, Music,
MaguzmcH and Periodicals bound neat and
ut the lowest po-sUile rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
Fee Books, Blanks, etc.. made a ipeclallty
Boxes, Pocket Books, Envelopes, etc.,
made to o"'r. II -it IT.
IIKTWKIM WASU'W AVKMUIC AMD WAL1CD1
Dr. 11. K. Fields Informs toe pobilc tbstk bas
on th northwest lulu of Tenth atreet aa asm
Ills Btsbles will be furalabsd with dobs bat the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at all
hours of the day and night with safe teams
on the lowest terms.
Or. Fields asks a share of public patronsis
and will endeavor to merit It by (air dealing
and strict attention to business.
IIENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Gliding
Orders solicited for Scenery, Fresco ana
FANCY GLA88 8HOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work i
txvted to my care will be promptly aU
tended to. Shop ta PenrHoueomer I
Commercial avenue and jttfktla sweet