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m& UAlKODAlJul IULIiM'IJ. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER. 17, iV8
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
OKf IRYXK't FMCI.TAtBO.nU., J
Dsienber 18k 10:11 p.m., 18. . I
Barometer, I t)1) degrees.
Thlltoometer, 11 degrees.
mat nortiitmt. Velocity IS sollei per
Maximum temperature let last 21 tout.,
Minimum Ump:rtuie tor Uto last It hours,
Prevailing wind for hut 2-1 hours, south-
Total number of inllei traveled by v?lud
luring btt 21 Louri, 300.
Obaervar Wicnal Service. U.H.'A.
C. K. HUG lflS a
G EX Eli A L
OVK1CE : Ohio Letce, oyr Matbuts A
tSTtftnt tut Firtt-Clati . LXrypanic
i!AFi?OHD, MOKKIS & OANDKK,
71 Ohio Irr.
v'tTT WA.1IOKAL flAK SVILDIMO
rbe oldest established Atrcnry Id Southern
luiooi:, mpressnthig over
$G 5,000,000 00 !
i the bet Insurance Capital ul ih
OAIUO AND PADUCAU
fit A IS. K(HT,
fca .plwJU it.iv.'i
Dies Fowlxr, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday exevpted) l
p.m for trotht or iivitfi apply on boai
it to Ju. MaLLOUY, Ak'L
T. M. 8TOCKPLBTII,
Rectifier tad WhoseMJo Dialer In
rONfclUK A.MO DUSKS IO
LIQUORS AND WINES
HO. 12 OHIO LKTXI,
' ciko, i llinois
(luceeaaor U U. Thleleske.)
M!cr la All Kim
FAMILY . GROCERIES
5XTWXf TKtU ,! ELSYXStTIl CTKIXTI
Having purchased the grorery establish
ment of U. rhluleckr, I hall always ketp
anhaad a lulliml fresh supply ot all ton bel
'gooda In my line, to be found In Ibe market
By strict atteutlon to business, and lair deal
rag, 1 hope not only to retain all the cututD
tic place has enjoyed la Ibe pat, but to add
to tot lUt many new patrons. Asking a
Jalr share of public patronage,
neapeetluliv, Uehmak bciiMKTzaTonvr
-F. W. STRAUTZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cor. lib St. and Commercial Art.
lioataaad Shoal made te order.end In
I beUtt anil mot faih'nnali's 'v.
I NEW "LIVERY STABLE
Ltw wun'a aymsto ahd walhiti
Sr. B. F, Halite lafertaa.to poblle taaiht Va
i tbe Berth! tide of Teeth strait aa sua
tU HU)Ui wlU b furnished with ctt bit to
AND GOOD VZniOLKS.
tka eubUe mar ba aeeonunodited at al-
mrf af lb day and nlgbt with lafu toanu
h tka lOTrest terma.
I Dr. Ilaldt aaka a abare of pul Ho patronage
(a wui anuaavor 10 mani it y mir uaann
d atrlrt afnMnn to buani'U.
I BULLETIN BINDERY,
Irnar Twalflh itraat and Waiblnton At a
j. c. h:uels.
(Lata of St, LonU,)
W mm ARU BLANK BOOK
I LANK BOOKS of every deicrlptlon dona
lb aaatnata and dUpattb. All klnda of
til none at anon notice, umiei, uuaio,
Raalneaand t'erlodlcali bound neat and
itlowaat potilbla ratea.
ounty wrk, mcli a HoforJ, Dnokc ti
i Uook". Illuuks iiu.. made a rpeclnllly
oxe. Pocket Uook,Kuvtlopi,etu . dulo
T. N. KIMBROUOU,
lRPENTER & BUILDER
Ui Street And Waahluton ABiie.
r All kind of Jobblne woik dono on
t notlo.yand is good atyle. 'Laato or
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
TiiKCOiptrj were tn their glory ilon
dy nlghl. Thty lUreJ n little, lut
didn't (w)hoop any, and entirely Ignond
tbo Idea nf pulling nn hv&rtt.
NiMsttcd one-lmU cenlt for lard at
Wllcox'a. $3 t.0 per barrel for applet at
Wilcox'i. $1 for eockI Itnpoflal toe at
Tnr. Hula 'un' man ihcx.ti utt railroad
per the mil;. Till dttcbargca uiv futile,
fjw and far lictvrocn. They icaltor too
much He'll have to tt a baltsr gunner
boforo thfy can conerjj to a pilnt. A
a ihiiotiit Limiolf be'a a blank.
A LAKOis and complete clock of dry
ijoodf, clothtnp, loon and ihoesand crock,
cry at panic prices. Also tbo largest ai
lorttnuntof bolltday toyiacd fancy goodi.
Call aii'l ico before purcbalng oliowhcre,
ut narttuan't. 11-29 tf
A keoclar maetlnx of Aloiiodtr
Chapter No. 121 Order of the K6il?rn
Star wi.l l bbld at Mttnnls Hall thil
(WedneiJay erenmg fir the ultloii cf
offlceri lor tba cniulng yoar. AH tneru
beia tro tequeilcJ to attend.
liy ordtrcf II.
Gus. Hum, tf.e barber, continue to do
tutlou at tho eld t'.ani on Uixth atrest,
near Ohio lerci". It In nn acknovledgcd
fact that Mi atop ii otia nf '.be notc:t In
tt4 city, and bli help are all nl-clis at
their tuiluct". i'crareal ircootb, clan
th'aT Helm'a U the place to get I'..
We don't know much about liiiging
and if weoM know anything ar-out it w,
would perhapi bo better b! to appreci
ate the muilctl treat that mi giTta in th"
olf(hborbod of flihtb t'.reat, the o.ber
railing. Wtf thought It might be doubt
ful diicord out In tbo cold, or looo'.hm;
MiatKttolla Moore, a lewd woman. liv
ing on hixih itrcei, between Waihir.gton
and Cocnmarclal ernuei, harlng deter
mint J to "ihuC.eou" thli morial coll,"yei
turday prccurtnl a bottle of morphine,
and, at one doie, took about thirty gralni,
dome of bor friends earns to her r.i i.t
ance and tant for Ur, Parker, who did all
he could to lave her life. At a l.te hour
Utt night iho vrai still ehvo, Lut tlie
chancel agntnit her recovery waro taM to
be ten to one. Ds.'erlton by hor loTur I.
aid to have icducd her to tako the rath
Uk. Makx IlyLUE, tho well-ksown
piano-tuner, will on the Srit of rn-it
month, AiUbU.b, fur tbo bom fit af hi
p&lroni, who pay him ton dollari a year in
idranco fur keeping thlrr piano in tune, a
inu'lcnl llbrury which will cuiUia r.oth
lag but ihocholccit rnuilc for new belc
neri, advanced pupili and accomplished
player. Tb mu.la vill bo nt vrtkl
frco of iharge lo bli cuilomcri, until Mr.
KolUr hai ubtninod wbnt hn li after, xnd
that ia a nico itprc. Yeiterday ho re
oxived a laro number of nev pieces of
Ihe choicest music, which will bo distrib
uted rracng hit pUron. 12-U-tf
Two negrct-a, livinc n-ar tho con r of
Kourtesnih itrcat rmd Waihlnzton uve-nu-,
one niroad Lincoln und iho otlit"
SVilliami, got Into a quarrol yeiterdi-y nf
lerncon about a wuin tn, tl: j wifu f th
Srit named, who, it lesm", hid run away
from hor husband and taken up with Wil
1 j in i, with whom tbu Wat living. Lin
colu desired Williams to giro up th w(.
man, vtblch he refund to do. A nboVu
ttaK'l, Ihuy got Into a quarrel, durin,;
which Lincoln CroJ two shuts at tlie dii
turbcr of hit happiness ; but, fortunately,
neither shot dij any harm. Linoiln w
arrested and held to ball in tho mm of
fjoo, in default of which, ha aont to
the county jtll.
On Prldsy and Cjaiurday i.thu next,
Trof. Tobin, Inventor of tho. celebrated
l.luiioai callaJ thu "yphynx," ''Proteui,''
"Decapltalcd HaaJ," tlio wonderful
' rmnkcastein Jlystery," etc., will appear
at tbo Athehaum in t!ii city. Wherever
Trof. Tobin hui given his prrformcacn
ba bat met with groat. tucui u, r.ud is-
tiunded hlsnudllors. Tho lioston 'Adver
tiser' baa thli to eay of his illusion :
'Wo shall merely conflno ourilvo lo
tbo (ireat uovulty ul tho occasion. It is
vary a proprUtely untulsd Proteus, for
itK'li It tbo perfection of th"i illutioa Ibnt
uo one can tell what's wbnt,1 or 'who's
who.' Tlnro is h iticccs'lon of illtiiions
to well managed thai the aud'once nr4 at
unco confounded and delightci with the
inocliatiieal roiullt "
CurttTHAS will toon ba at hand, nod
peoploaro commencing to think nhat
prosunts thoy want for thalr wives, pa
rcntf, children, friends, etc. If any one
can't mtilco up his mind, wu would advise
our friends to call at K. A W. Uudor's
jewelry store, corner of Eighth tlreet and
Washington avenc, and tbuy will be turo
to find lomelhlng to auli, for they are
receiving new goidt dally especially
adapted for the holiday trade. From the
finest watchoi and eeta of jewelry to the
emullatl children'! car-ringt. Tbo came
in rings. Tho finest tea lets, pltcbori,
caitori, butterdishes, &o, to the tainllest
teaspoon. Ornamonlnl and plain clocks,
gold, silver and ivory beaded canes, and
many other articles too numerous to men
tion. , llMtd
A mam named tjiinutl It. McClellan
camo lo the :lly yoilnrday ami offered for
aale a large blown horso. At first be
atked $l'J3 for l. bone, hut finally
when ho found ho could not get thai sum,
otfored to tnko 173, Mr. A. J. Carl, to
whom McUbllan oflorod lo toll thu horse,
at onoo catio to tho conclusion that bo was
stolen, and loli McClollan so. Ha dunled
that he bal stolon tho horse, and lift.
Mr, Ctrl related tho xircutnittnces lo
Sheriff Irvln, who at oaco tturteJ after
MoClollan, and overtook him just outsido
tie levoa above Kendall', Ha was
brought back to town, when Chief of Po
llen McUald put In nn appearance, having
received a-uleram from Columbus, Ken
tucky, diicrltlug tUahori,Dd rsqjost.
ln htm to watch the frrybot. MoCItl
Ian wai lockud up In tbo county jt), and
the hone taken to CVl'a lirery liable to
await Iho arrlral of lha owner.
Mn. CuoMiNanaU, the backman.v, libes
us to stato that be did everything In his
power usaJ all exertion to got ioto lha
hospital, a river man off ibe itestner O,
O. Church, lick with typhoid fctsr, and
who baa alnco died. AVhtn Cunningham
took tho sick man to the hospital, lie was re
fused tduiittanco until a certifiers should
he procured from Mr. Pisher. Cunning
ham drove to Fishei'i house, between 1
and 3 o'clock' al night, and Informed that
gentleman that bo had a sick man In his
wagon who wished admission loth hos
pital. "Mr Fisher rsfuscd to eiatnlno tho
tick man," laid Mr Cunningham, 'aad I
took him to Mr. Fisher'i oIBcb and got
Norton to txamlae him and admit him lo
lb: hoipital. If he died from txpcsuie, I
am cot to blame."
liud Anderson vas arraigned before
5qulre Bird on a :barg4 cf making an Ir
regular disposition of bis porson, said dis
position calculatol to disturb th piaco of
the city. Th wbolo In tho cstlmttlos of
tbesquiro wis worth Cvo dollars and the
lutrpsrabls, which the same 11 ad prom
lfd to pay.
Tom Porslur camo Lefors bis august
presence on a tiu.llar charge. Tom's tr-
re;uleritles wore tssoned Ave dollars asd
costs. Hjdtpsrud, proialilag to pay.
And now uisi Pat McEwea fg; a plain
drunk. Poor I'l 1 ho bad bene reading
ibeacruconlc odet of his illustrious coun
tryman, und had so Imbiboi tho spirit ol
these cffasloBs (tn a practical seme) that
he sat bimialf beside the roadsido to rest
bis woary bones, The polico stole upon
him and carrlel birn to the rafi)-kcep!o of
the gentle McCarthy. I'al's softening
was only worth uuo dolUr and cos.i,
which he paid like a lilt's man.
A Ppscial Meling of tho City Council
called by Aldermen Morris, JVibinson
akd Kortineyor fur Ordinance business.
Calr.o, Dsctmbur lb, Its.., i p.m
Present His honor, Mayor Wood and
Aldermen Korsmeycr, Morris, Nellis,
Puljilps, nittanhousu and Robinson 0.
A bill for ta ordinance entitled "An
ordinance to amend Ordinaceo Ko i," was
ruad a iteood time, and, on motion of Al
derman Robinson, adopted by the follow
ing -vow: Ayes Korsmtyr, Morris,
Seiiii, Phillip's, RilUchouia' and Robin
son 6; nay 0.
A bill for an ordinance entitled "An Or
dinance lo Amend Ordinance No. 4," wat
read a second tlve, and, on motUn of Al
dt-rman RUtechouse, adopted by tbo fol
lowing voto : Ajes Koriueyer, Morris.
Nellis, Pbillips, Riitcohouso and Robio-
ton 6; cay 0.
Tbo tUrJinunc committea reported the
following ordinance, which was read by
the clerk, and laid over for a second read
An ordinance o fix tbo amount to bo
paid fur ratail liquor licento.
llu it ordained by tho City Council of
the city of Cairo ;
Section 1. That to sill and rolail vln-
ou, tpirituuua or fi-rmt'iittd liquors in
lets quantities man onu gallon, waulii toe
liuiiu of tlie city, may hu graiiiud to
niiy porson or pursuna upon the pay
uiuli into mi) city treasury id llio sum ol
to hundred dulurs, (4-o0) frtroi.er
ur thH mm of one hundriit und forty dol
lars (lit') fjr sit monlh-i and lor any
lliuu CAC,.'dnii s.x iiuiiilhs and lets ttuu
ine J'fur, in addition to said turn
of ono hundred and forty dollars
(ilti) tin I'jrtliur sum of tin
uulUr forescb month or piri of a month
tu excess oi six uioriibi; provided such
porson or persons shall comply with all
other requirement! cf thu ordinance! of
tb'i city In rofarenco to grccery licenses ;
and provided, alsn, that all grocery,
saloon and beer shop licenses hereafter
isuied shall xxpire cither on tho first day
of January or on Ibe first day of July;
ana tbat all orainancos or parts or ordin
ance In conflict with this ordinanco bo
and tho same aro hereby repealed.
Oa motion cf Alderman Nellis the
Council then adjourned.
M. J. Uowlt, City clerk.
Mrs. M. J. Carson .wishes to call atten
tion that sho has Just received a neat as-
sorlrnunt of tos, notions and fancy goods
on Commercial avenui botrreen Ninctb
and Tunth streets. 13-2w.
My conoec'.'on with iho St, Charles be
tel hs proprietor will ceaso on tho 15th
lot t. Ponies holding bills or account
against me or Ibe St. Charles aro request
ed to proioot them fjr lolllemeni boforo
3t T. D. RxxfORCt
PlAlToS AND ORGANS.
I'ha oi,ly place whoro such Instruments
ara kept In stock in Sjuthorn Illnols, It at
E & W. Uudor's, corner Eighth street
and Washington avenu j. They keep the
celobrated Wm. Knabo piano, uted by
the mett prominent musician. The
Uauer ptano and orao, also the celebra
ted Vogel and Hughes organ. Any
ono wishing to mrprlis his family with
such an Instrument would do well by call
ing at Uudot's, as thoy will makes ratea
and tnrmsmoro liberal than dtmlura of tho
kind In lartfei oltloa. 12-ltd
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Thu undvrsignni having resumed the
jianagomont of the above hotel, trust by
itrlct attention to business, la lha wants
and comforts of their guests, to merit tho
ronewed favor of their old patrons and the
traveling publlo in gonrral.
The Saint Charlet will atones undergo
a thorough renovation and be much In.
prov.nl In all Hi appointments.
CjoJ lumplo rooms and special rntcs fir
All baggagu for gucsti conveyed to and
from the hotel froo of charge
Jhwbtt Wilcox Si Co., Proprietors,
Tex poundtlT sugar for II ut Wilcox's;
81 pounds of butter for l at Wilcox's;
25 conti per peck tor potatoes al Wilcox'
and departures for tho Si hour ending at 6
p. ui. us; evening :
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
" Sam Orr, Ohio Hirer.
" Chat. Hodman, New Orleans.
11 Uolfast, New Orleans.
" Jno. Kileour, Cincinnati.
' Emilio La Oarge, New 0rlsi.ni.
11 Ren Franklin, Cincinnati.
" Jim Flsk, Paducah.
11 City of Chester, St. Louis.
Towloat Lioness No. 2, St. Louis.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus,
" Jim Fisk, Paducah. i
" Chas. Rodman, Cincinnati.
Belfast, St. Louis.
" John Kllgour, New Orleans,
" Emelio Li Darge, St. Loult.
11 Ren Franklin, Memphis.
" City of Chester, Mempbii.
Towboat SaraOrr, New Orleans.
Allegheny Utile, New Oeleans"
11 Lloneti No. 1, 8t- Louis.
The river rro 17 locbci during the
past 2 hours. A dome fog prevailed
from 4 to 9 o'clock -yasteriay morning,
but otherwise the weather bas been
clear and pleastol. "
A1ar&e force of rato were btsy com
pletlog tbo work cb Ibe track, taM-s, etc.,
above the stono depot, tioctstary for the
transfer of cars. As the tracks of tbo two
roads are nol of the same width the trucks
of tho cars will have to ba- changed here.
Machinery of a lato pattern ftr railing
the cars for the removal of the trucks has
been placed in position, and Is nearly com
pleted. It Is run by steam, and It Is
thought that by Its use the trucks can bo
changed under a car lo three rolnutei.
Cpt. Irvln Dugan arrived from Deli
ver, Teonrisee, yesterday.
The Cbas. Ihdraatin hid an excellent
up-it-eam trip Including a part of John
Tbe John Kilgcor was deeply laden
for New Orleans and way points.
The tie! fast was quite light.
The lien. Franklin had S00 toLs for
Memphis and made some additions beio.
The Jim Fitk brought a fair trip from
The runner of Iho Dolmonlco, colored,
and tho runner for tbe St. Nicholas hotel,
white, while punulng their calling on the
itcamcr Ben Franklin, In the muicular
manner common to Cairo hotel ruoneri,
became engaged lo a Utile personal con
flict and punched each other in a lively
mai.ncr for a little while. First and last
knock-down claimed by tbe while man,
Any one wishing somothingmado la the
jewelry line for the holidays will please
send in their orders ai soon as possible to
K. & W. Buder, manfacturing jewelers
corner of Elgnth street and Washington
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Heavy Under Shirts and Drawers ut CO
cenlt each at Hartman's.
Full suits from tl to $12 at Hart
rnsL's. Ovorcoats Chinchilla from $7 to $?, at
Latest style gents' bata from SI to
Jl DO, at Hartmati't. 11-20 tf
La F.oc all-wool six-pound blankets at
ft 25 per pair, at Hartman's. 1 1-29 tf
Couxtry unit socks, all wool, 35 cents
per pair, at Hartman's. 1 1-20 tf
For oar and steam fitting go to Ron
nle's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avonue, foot of Ninth street B-10-lf
A t L kinds of gamo constantly on hand
at Hurry Walker's, Commercial avenuo
boirreon Seronth and Eighth streets.
New line of collcrettes, lies, gloves
and bc-lnry Ibis week at Stuart A Ghol-
Tux European hotel, Uar.-y Walker
proprietor, Is o,Kn at alt hours of the
For a good square meal go to Ilarry
Walker' restaurant, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth street. 1m
V. Fitxgerald at his room?, corner
Fourteenth etrcot and Commercial ave
nue, offers for i alo Guinness' Porter &
Bass' ales and pure Uennessy brandy,
eud the gtbiiine Acgosturo bitlors, all
!irit-(Us ciioiera cures. Try mom
Noricic Is horeby glvon that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the on
pWyee of Tub Caibo Bdlletib, eithor
or themselves or for the use of tbo office
ur.ltM tho tamo aro furnished on ao order
i Ignod by Mr. Buruott or myiejf.
1 2-20-1 y Jousr II. OnsaLT.
The barber ehop is on tbe corner of
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
whro J. George Sllcnhoiiso with his gen
lioinaiily assistant can bu found at any
hour of tbo day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your lomper and head with a good sham
poo. It It a first-class mop, anil you are
sura of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladiea' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved sty las. 8-16-tf
Tiik greatest wonder of tho, ago In the
way nf a chair Is to bo found in Dr. Wll
Ham's dental establishment, ever KUIolt
Si Haythorno's boot and thco store. It It
constructed almost entirely of Iron, and
by a slmplo " twist of tho rist," may be so
enlarged us to to accommodate tho largest
porso'p, or vUa vcrca, may bo inado small
crouch for the least child, 'lo under
Hand lis workings' it should bo toon, ami
tbe Doctor, who by thu way ii an prcund
of It ai ho can be, will lake pletsurn In
showing It to thoso who call. at his ofiice
Dr. Williams has completely refitted and
furnished bli office, and U now ready for
buslnosi In his line, and will ever try to
give iallsfactlon. Ui ake a share of pub
MO llttSC. 12-14 W-
Tua largest slock of sllrcr and plated
ware; stlror nud plated ipoons, knlvos
Ac, ever brought lo Cairo, can bo found
at E. & W. BuJcr'i, corner Eighth itrcet
and Washington avenue. 12-ltd
R. JoKia, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork loins, Scotch bottoms, and
the laleet improvement! in tbo lino of bis
business. Only tho boat ana most com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to bo flrstclass In every rcipect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenlh street. 10-7
Oa Satnjday aftirr.oon, 13lh lust., a liltlo
glrl'a dark green wntorproof cloV, Hard
with greon flannel. Tho finder will bo
suitably rewarded by rolurning It to tho
I'Ult TtV .11IIUTN OSLV.
Friday aid Saturday, Dec. 10 A- 20lh.
Late Secretary of the IIoyat. I'oi.y
technic, linijrn, lnvcn'oro! tho Olsolviiig
Statue used ai;Vil'ak' aVl other theatrt s;
the celebrate llllus onn culled "rhcpliln v.''
Protcu.," "Uccapitaloil Head," tho won
ilerriil"r'ranketi.uln .Mstcry,"tlic "Scenk
Ing rictlirp.," aiid uther lllu.iont and dra
m tie eflects. To give hil entirely new mid
ciirlou. cutertilnmetit. ontllkd, iclKMinc
Maoic: or, Illul"in of Science ami, Hou
ston aC ScMe. Knr r.irlliir nittli'iilni.
prorammet. Scale of prlcoi: AdmH ion.
W via.; : ildreu under JO yearn of mo, i'i
cts . lescrved acats, 7 ct ., to ho ottilnud
at O. Hsrtman'i More. Ooir open at 7
" -"iota , icriuruirincn coraincnri.' r.i o
o'clock. J. WoOIlHUFP SlIIIADKIl,
M ltuelnos Manager.
All citizens aro beroby notiflcil thntnu .ic
count ot tho prevalence ol small pox In CM
cngo and other neighboring titles, the boaul
of health derm it necessary to dlWdq trie
city Into three districts aud kve appointed
tbe following pbyslclaaa for Iho purpo.o ot
vaccinating all persons who In their opinion
require vaccination. Dr. C. II. Evans will
attend to the district lying s-ontli of Ninth
stroet. Dr. II. Wardncr to tho district Islng
between Mnth and Seventeenth streets. Dr.
J. C. Sullivan to all that part of the city I).
Ing north of Seventeenth' street. The phy
sicians hereby appointed bars Instructions
to report tbo name of all persons refusing
to be vaccinated. The physlciaus sba'.l also
collect from allpcraou vaccinated, who are
able to pay therefore, the aura of t'.venly
tlve cents and shall note Uio uciu in their
report to the bosrd,
lly order of the board of health.
. John Wood, chairman.
Cairo, til.. DfeenW llih. 1ST-I in-fit
11 )ou wauTTrcTu
SHELL OVSTEI19, "
go to J. D.Zanonc, at tho Dexter Exchange,
No. ISO. Ohio levee. 12-5-lm-
A number one rcs'Ucncc to rent. Eight
rooms and good wood house. Sltuilod on
Eleventh street. Lately occupied by Mis.
Uigey. Apply to
12 2w 0. W. McKr.so.
IDLEW1LD MILLS-FOP. SALE CHEAP.
Tbe above mills, all liigood running order,
.will be aold very cheap on easy terms. Ap
ply on the premises. M. D. UL'.ntei'..
12-;:. I m
An election' will he held at the City Na
tional Bank on Friday, January 13th, 1S71
to elect aoen directors of said bank.
lw A. U. Saitokp, cashier.
NOTICE On and niter Monday, 'o em
ber 0. and through tho n Inter, a warm lunch
will be spread at tho Thalia saloon, opposite
Tiik Bulletin oiilce, at lo o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All tho delicacies of the erwm.
11-i 1m A. Jaeckel. IVoprlctoi.
FOR HALE A llrft-c'iii-s hotel In a good
locality In central part of tho city with a
good run of huslueim. Ucason lor celling
are ratUtactory and will be explained on u
plication. Tho talc inu;t be completed on
or bctoro tho lfilli lntt. Apply to Win-
llrown, Browu's hotel, corner 8eeuth street
and Washington nvt niln. td
ALE OF UNCLAIMED UAdOACE.
All baggago held for charges at tho St.
Charles hotel, ami unclaimed previous to
that date, Wl l be sold at public auction on
Friday tho 20th day of December, at 10
o'clock a.m., a: Hartman'a auction room.
11-23 30d P. D. RKXpomt, Proprietor.
rhtlilps and Bngsi',
Corner Tenth aod Commercial.
MJTICK, I tako this methed of Inform
Ing iho public that 1 have returned to tho
city, aul am now prepared to till orders for
photographs at my Gallery, corner ot
Eighth stroct and Commercial avenue.
The partnership hcrctolorn existing be
tween the undersigned under tho name anil
stylo ol Ajcrs .tCo., Is thla day Olmohedby
mutual consent of tho panics. Ptrpoui In
debted to tho Into firm will make pujiiient
lo S. D. Ayeru, who alone Is authorized to
receipt for same. Tho htiitie. will he car
ried on by S, D. A) era under tho styluof tho
late Una. H. 1. Aykkh,
E. J. AYEKES.
Caino, Ills,, Dfctmbcr 1, 187:). d-tw.wlm
EVEIIY FLAVOR AS REl'KEiE.Yl ED,
With great care, by a process onllrely Ills
own, Dr. Price la enabled to extract from
each ot the trua eeilect fruita and aromatic',
allot Hb chuiacterlatlc flavor, mid phico in
the market a clam of Flavorings of r.ire ex
cellrui'C. Every flavor icprjscnted, ul
great strength and pcrleet purity.
For any flavor that miy ho wanted lor
lUyarlog Ice creani.Jellltif.fiUetarils, pastry,
etc., wa recommend Dr. l'rlco'a Special
Flavorings, and feel sure that llko Mi Cel
ebrated Cream liaking Powder, will fjlvo
perfect satisfaction. Thcro in uu imposition
in theso articles. ihlwlvv.
Cairo, RIs,, Dec. S, 173
To whom It may concern.
This Is to certify that vo the Joint heir ot
the cttata of Dennis iluhony, lmvo ihii day
received from Wm. Kiichenhcekcr, ngejit
it the Tcntonia Llfo Insnrniice company.
jne thousand dollars in lull lor poiuy on
raid Detuia Mabony, Accept our thanks
for the prompt payment of the abovo pol
RSO-dlw TiMUTitr Maiiony.
Ross hmon band, and lor raloalsrge
quantity of oak and hickory, wood, cut anslj
split, aod ready for tlio novo. Also an
kind! of coal which will bo delivered In anr
part of thi cltv on short r.otico. Leave or
deri at coal ywd, on Commercial avenues
oppoiIU (OavoAth strict, Dec, -3a
The annual moctlng ot tho stockholders
of the First National Rank of Cairo for tho
election ol directors, will ho held at the of
dee of said bank In Cairo, on Tuesday, Jan
aary 13, 1874, between the hours of 10
o'clock n.m and 1. o'clock p.m.
Cn m. Co.NNiSG.iujCaAhler.
Cairo, I Ii., December 10, lS7 f.".. . Id
1 would rcspcctlully anuounco to the pco.
plo ot Cairo that I havu resumed tba prac
tice of dentistry In my old rooms, No. HI
Commcrilal aveuUe, and hopo by strict at
tention to bttshcB and ever striving fur tho
highest excellency In tho profesrion, to bo
able to glvo entire satisfuctlon In all cases,
and to mcilt a liberal portion of your pat
roingo. 1. L. Wn.LUM, Dciitl.t..
The well-known bulncM stand of Cuitetd
A Provo, at the month of CIcarcrci k, Alex
andtr county, HUdols, situated In ono Of
the finest agricultural districts of tbo West
and with a well-e.t.ihU, lied trade. TltU w ill
bo found a rarcofpsrltinlty for an energetic
Tho prcmlc.i conUt of a a'.erc 20X10 feet
a dwelling of cluht rocms. well fuinUhed
and conveniently arranged, good citterns
and all necceiary oui-bulldliv, nncl nr.o
aero rr land. Terma liberal. Apply or
nddrcjj, V.vx. CfJtTE.il,
12-0- m.d.:w.- Clec.-rcrco Lnudlng, Ids.
'iv'i W.i 1mvlst7:r
has hU mammoth liistrumrnt shooting out
Imperial photographs for Christmas present.",
at Iho rate of ouc a minute. Persons desi
rous of havliiga handsomelypainted picture
and purely artl-tlo In finish, should give
their orders In scaaan. Photographs can he
made on cloudy d.ijs ejual to lhoo on sue
shining ones at '
owing to tho gigantic sky-IIght, which cau
not be surp.n.cd In
NEW YORK CITY.
Also on hand afino aisortxrnt ol gold anil
walnut frames. All arc lnvltid to call and
nxamlnc. Portratta In oil up to life sIzh and
nq'uarctlcs of the highest finish, for which
medals have been nwutded.
Ua.lcry on Sixth street, between Com
tncrclul and Washington avcutlc", Cairo,
Illinois, 1210 tf
Hoot ami shoe mvker,Tweri hitrcct, be
tween Washington avcutio and PoiIar
street, Is prepared to male boots ana shoo
In tho lato)t ond inns', lajhlooabltt slyics.
Ho will irako them to order, old or "new
styles to suit customers, out of tho best mi l
frc hest stock, of which ho alwayj has n
good supply on baud from which to m.iko
selections. All fitting of boots and slues
made by Mr. Elders U done In hi own shop
-co foreign fitting being used by him.
Olvc him a call, and he will give you Mis
facllou. PARENTS ATTENTION t
Having a larger etocl: of Youths', I'-nj."
nnd Children Clothlu: on hand than is lice
cssary fjr the Cairo lumket and nil idea ol
makln;; tli'.t our last raoit n rhlldrriis
c'otlilng, vvu villi sell our slock, (ono of tho
ilnctt Intlioi-tatei.at Nr.vv York Cost for tho
next thirty day-. Parents wlyhlng some lino
clotlihiir at low llirnrcs for Holiday iire-ctitn.
can find thoui for inte in the above lot. Thl
la no advertlnliiL-doile, but vit intend to do
lut what wo say: Skli. the nxciT stocic
rf Yourns', Boys' and Cint niih.N.s' ri.oTii-
INii ever brought lo tho sta'.o ouuldu ot
Chicago at Nr.w Yonic cost.
I. FARNBAKER k SON.
No. CI. llhlo I.evue, 2d door aOovo rtr-t
O.tnto TnAKdi'iin ELkv'.Tor..i,
are now ready for buiiiiefs.
RATES OF .STORAGE.
Sound grain, lie per bushel lor first ten
lUiaor part theieol, ami c each nddlltoiml
ten ilajs or part thcri'of. l'iioilild
grain, 2u per bushel for first
ve dayi or put theicol, and
io each additional tlvo ilay or pirt there
Bagging Grain and Tying Jljgs, Jc per
Bagging Grain and Sewing Hags, lo per
Caiiio, 1.1... Dee 8. IP7.1.
OBSTACLES TO MA HIU AGE
llapp) relict lor young men irum tno el
leett ot crrori and iiuu.ea in early life. JUn-
:ioou reftiurtu. jiiii'eoiiueiiin io ni.uroi);c,
removed, Isow method of treatmcut. New
and rcmarkthlo ivmodlca. Hooka and e.ir.
julari bent free, In sealed unvidopea. Ad
drcs, Hovviinl Asoclntinii, .No. 2 South
.Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa an Inslllii
lion having a lilgu repiitiillon for honorable
conduct ami prol'o.loiial skill. 10 2'J d.twam
7. V, ItATUlMH,
i) C UlIL
II A V AND WKSTRN PRODUCE.
TOYS AND COSFECTIOS8.
The Toy King, having Intoly
received one of tho largest and
STOKE of TOYS
ever broucht lo this city, will
sell them at greatly
Tn fact, sell them at
FIFTY PEB CENT!
He also has a
Frcnch and American
which will bo sold at tho low
est possible prico.
1 ii ti tsts tvr stt mst
will do well tf, call'and inspec ,
his stook of
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