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ASCALON I.UDUK, NO. 61.
Knight of 1'ythtaa, mceta every Krl
day night at half-past seven, lu Odd
Kellowi' IIrII. Jno, II Uossmam,
AI.KXANDKU I.ODUK, NO. -til.
inurpeouent unlrr or wau-rei-
iuwbi inivis every iuuibiiut uign.
01 uau-paai seven, in meir naiiuu
Commercial avenue, between nltth unJ Seventh
atrects. T J. lUirtil, N. U.
1A1HO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. Y.. meets
OlnOdd-Ki Haws' Unit on the first mid third
1 nisi:iT in every mouth, ut hair-lout seven.
Jso. II. Uuxui.r, C. 1".
CAIIIO I.OIXJK. NO.W.A.K. A. M.
Hold rrgulur coiiililuiilcutlona In Ma
V sonic ( curnvr Commercial avenue
' Hd Klghth Mreet, 1111 the second and
r th Monday of Mich inuiitli.
I'nrlrnllM Oluri n."
'J'lils Is a new style of picture now be
ing produced by Win, Winter, the urtls t,
of tills city. Tlicfu pictures are creating
much Intcre-d In all the principal Eastern
mid Western titles, being altogether new.
'1'bey are unlike photograph4! being
raised and beautifully eimnieled over the
entire surlacc, soil in tone, but distinct In
the lights nnd similes. No one who fees
them fall to admire them, or to give the
urtlut an order. We have liecn shown n
iiurnlK-r of pictures of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the eity, and havi- no
1 1 Jtntion In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. We would therelore advise all
who take Interest In such matter." or de-.-Irc
picture!-, to rail upon Mr. Winter at
hl gallery and examine his work in this
new branch of the shadow-capturing art.
Kverybody should call on llellbron &
Weil and examine Ihcirfall stock of hulk
i.ud misses clonk4, JuU received from
New Voik, Im fore going cl-ewherc. As
we make a specialty of the-e ood, we
can oiler Inducement.
Ilmi.nno.v ,t Wi:ii..
IvrMin4 having :Ntcrn needing pump
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly ami at prices t i suit the time4,
by railing 011 .1. S. Hawkins, Cro-sstrcet.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for the purpose. 0-10-lf.
.New Mrnl Mnrkrt.
l-ieolj Wiilt-r-- and Chris A nihil, two
I our well-known butchers havu a"0
clatul together and under the llrm name
'.! yob Wvlten A Co., have opened a
:a 11-it' t 01. tie 1 rtb fide of Eighth
'el. In I'hll Howard old "dand. TI1I4
111 be a liM-cla's market lu every re-t-M
rt, us the iinini" o! the proprietor4
guarantee n maiket white the choi-.-eit
ot cut meats, steaks ro.its of Ixaf, niut
tnn, pork and venison ; together with
.ailagc, bacon, clc., will be served out
to customer.' lu a neat ami sati-laetory
manner. All their old friends or new ac
quaintance are Invited to call and see
them. 10 ::o-tr
Ever) bod) to know tlist the place to git
A Miioolli shave,
A good shampoo,
A fashionable hair-cut,
Or an) thing la that line,
l at tliu (iiuND (,'ni:ii. lUitnr.u
nor, comer Eighth and Commercial.
tl b-tf J. (iKOIlliE TKINIIOL'K.
A. Halley has removed to hU new
storeroom, 115 Commercial avenue, op
posite WlnterN Ulock, and next door to
the Arab engine hoit'e, whrre he will be
pleased to .cc all lii old cn-totin r- iiml
as many new ones. J-U0-tf
I'mlerwvnr ! L'liilrrtteur !
Ladles' and ehlhlreno' tnnlcrwaiv, me
tluo as well as muslin can be found
.'heapiT and hotter at llellbron it Weil's
than any wherein the city. A good ine
tluo undershirt anil drawer, for hoys
only 00 cents 5 a good merino vet ami
pant, for Indie-, only $1.
Xollro f ItcMiutitl.
C. Koch has removed bis boot and
hlioe sliop fnnu the old stand to his
new brick building (one block below),
No. !K) Coininerclal avenue, between
Filth and Sixth stieets, where he will
keep the best home made and St. I.oui
custom made boots and shoes, made of
the bcrt material ; good worknuiiihip
mid lu the latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. U-iKMi.
A No. 1 l.Himdry .
It Wnow I'onctilcil that MrK, Coleman,
tho hundreds, Nr. M Fourth atrvct, tic
tucoli Wutlilii'tltl .V Coiiiiiicrclalavciiuuf,
ban one of tliu best conducted laundry it
la1 lUIiineiits 111 the city, and landlords o
I, - el aud hoarding tioiit.es will Had It to
iif r sdvantago to call upnn her.
Her prices ate as follows: Hotel ami
Ijonrtling-hoiro washing, "5 cent" per
iloen. Koi piece work prices are
as follow: Single thlrt and col
lar, 10c; por dozen SOc; socks 6c; two col
lars, fie; two handkerchief, Be; veils 20c;
and all gentlemen's wear, BOc. per
dotn. l.adlc' dressos, 43 to 60c;
iklrts 10 to 40c; drawor 10 to 15e; two
pair hose 6c; two collars 6 to U'e. Kor la
dles' plain clothes $1 00 per doxcn; for la
dles lino clothee, fl 25 per dozen; done
draiuptly, and prouiptlv delivered. I'a
tronage solicited . S-31-lm
A l'liic Klork.
Wni. Khlers dflrca to Inform his pat
rons ami the public generally, that he has
now on hand a large stock of French
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, mid Is
nronnrcd to manufacture, for store aud
office wear, the finest or Morocco or Cull
Skin Shoes or Hoots; aud for farmers,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip staiuls above anything ever
ollured In this market. Ills Lasts are of
the. latest styles, and ho can guarantee 11
lit andsatisfatlon to nil his patrons.
A Cluoil I'lnre to Itiiy .
A. Ilalley's now store l certainly one
of the best arranged of tho kind to bo
found in the city, mid what U better, ho
has so nrratiged his prices that many mu
taking advantage of tho opportunity of
fered to buy stoc., tin ware, etc., cheaper
than over known In Cairo, Call on Hal
ley, 115 Commercial avenue, next door to
tho Arab ciulno house. IKiO-tf.
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
IKE. WALDKK U receiving dolly o
J. larKH und aplrndld stock of iiooda,
una la deturiulnud to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
tlu IM reaoivetl w kivi, iui Tory umi
Kooda for tho very lowusl iirlcea. Call
und Bee for yourselves.
Coruor Sixth Stroat and Ohio
Till SSDAV, Di:CKMI5i:U '21, lb"5.
IIATKS Of AIVi:ill lSIXJ.
EJ'AII Mils r.irnhertliilui, arc due and pay-
ulllf l.N AllVANCK.
'Imiiilrnt udtirtlrlnK will U-lnurlnt ut tliu
ratv of 11 (V riiiiuri' for the Drat Insertion
und jiluiiU fnrracli iuburnt one. A III ml
llscuiint will W nu'lo on slainllui; uml lilay
Cliurtli, Socittr. 1'wtlval and Supixr notices
will only In: IiiKfrtnl as lehertlwinrtit
For In-trtliiK Funeral ikiIIcb l (o. Notice of
inrvlln of soclvtlfi or axttt onUrs M ctnU for
No ailurtlitmrnt will 1 rccthnl utlwfl than
" ten lines or more. Inserted
In the Bulletin as follows :
One Insertion per line 2 28nU
Two insertions per line.. .. ....... 7 Cents.
Three insertions per line 10 Cents.
Six insertions per line IB Cents.
Two weeks per line 25 Cents.
Oae month per line 35 Cents.
No Reduction will be made in above
I.ocnl UViillirr Report.
Caiiio, III., Dec 1, IrTS.
llAII. 1 TllK.
W'l.-tO. J Vti.. I W'r.Ain.
C I 0 ! Fair.
N W . 3 Cltur
i; s I '
,'.n 1 at'
sv.'ji'j 1 :i '
trn'eaiit.SlKiul birilre, U. h. A.
One span of mules and two yoke of
oxen, at the yard of Adolph Swoboda,
corner Klghtcenth and J'ojilnr, Cairo.
Atleiilluii ! Ileiilerx.
We have four doen Imitation Kbony
Spra'iie Can-OiK'iier.4, taken for adver-tli-ln.',
which we will sell at two dollars
Kr doen. luimlre at ltullctln olllce.
I'ltrt ! Fun !
We are now prepared to oiler areat
bargains in ladle-' ami children"' furs ol
all style4. Children's set, tutifTs ami
hoa, at only $1 a ;ct.
lIi:ii.niiON it Wi:u..
The City llnkrry.
Attention is called to the card of the
City llakery, to be found in this ls4ue.
Mr. Habe-aeker. the proprietor, has by
industry and fair dealing, established a
lucratiu' tiii-luess. When you want any
thing in his line ;ic him a call.
Mllllimry : Millinery !
The largest anil beet selected stock ol
Millinery can be folliflliit llellbron A;
Well's nt greatly roiluceiKiiriii, conlt
luj; of line (lowers, winj.'?, feWiers, velvet,
valour and ornaments. Special attention
U called to our Hue of Ostrich Feathers lu
all colura, from $1 to $7, the larCot ill
The illrectors of the Cairo aud Tennes
see Hlver railroad areearneMly requested
to meet at Maylield, Graves comity, Ky..
on the morning of the -llU ot December.
Trains from Fulton Station arrive in May
lield at 10 a. 111., aud 1 p. 111.
II. A. Ni:au:, President.
I'. .1. Uiikknk, Secretary. l'J-'J-2t.
rlnl-Hont ut Aiirllon.
1 will sell at the ferry lauding 011
Thursday afternoon, Dec. 2nd, at '2
o'clock, one lint-boat ; length, SO feet ;
width. HI feet ; depth, 4 feet; double
gunnel, clear lumber, sides and hnttom '2
inch lumber; 1100 feet of I Inch rope; 1
cooking stove, &u.
I.ouis II. Mvi:us, Auctioneer.
St. Nicholas' day, December C, will
be celebrated In a novel and interesting
maimer at thu corner of Washington
avenue and Fourteenth streets, where
Miss Lulu Phillips will cordially welcome
all the little children of Cairo. The veri
table St. Nicholas will make his appear
ance at 7 p.m., to give them u foretaste
of what is to come at Christmas time.
Admission only ten cents, tho proceed4
to be donated by Miss Lulu to thu Ladles'
Murk fur Ihu IiuiMUIIcr.
A thousand and six dogs may bo seen
at almost any hour of thu day in thu
vicinity of Walnut and Fourteenth streets.
And they are tho meanest sort of coin
111011 dogs good for nothing lu the world
but to bat k at people, scare children, and,
during the night time, keep up the most
unearthly unites, On Tuesday even
lug a little bov, having occasion to pass
that way, was attacked by three or four
of the worthless brutes, and had it not
been for 11 lady resident of the vicinity
coining to his rcnoiie and driving them
away, the child might have been badly
bitten, As it was, the little fellow was
so frightened that he did not get over It
for several hours., What on earth some
people keep so many worthless curs
about them for Is a mystery yet to bo
A tli'Miul MiKleul Eiilrrliiliiiiienl For
Tho ladles or the episcopal church will
this evening give a grand parlor concert
at the rectory, on Seventh street. Those
who will taku part In the concert are the
finest vocal aud Instrumental musicians
of our city, and a great treat may be
louked for. The lollowlng Is the pro
gramme for the evening's entertainment:
Voi-ul .Solo Mr. Charles liolililns
Vocal luit-.Mrs.V.l'.H'rlglitniid.MIil. Htivle
Inilrnmrntal I Mitt-M lis Kiln llulililus aud
tiittiltle-Mlei Annie Alvordnnd l.liln I'si r,
iiml MrS"t. ItiirkiTUiul Itoljblns,
ViH-al SoU Mr W V. Wtllit
(imrUlte Mrs. W'.l'.IIutli.toy, MIm A.l'itcher,
Mr .UniFSl'liilllsaU'lMr. W. II. llorrl.,
Alter the musical part of the entertain
ment has liecn finished, a very Interesting
lent nru, In the shape of a picture gal
lery, will be presented. Among the pic
ture' to be presented will bo "Oesile
inonla," "linger In the Desert." "The
Tlni'i. tirucni." 'Iteatrlee'' iilid IliallV
other.4. All in all, the entertainment of'
this evening promises to be one oMhe
be.t that has yet been given hi thir elty
durlnir the season.
Alio lit IlitllroniU mid llnll
The narrow gauire railr
good bu-Iness at present.
The St. Louis, Iron .Mountain aud
Southern railroad company are putting
up a telegraph line, which will soon be
completed to this city.
.Mr. Jim lliggs, passenger agent lor
the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and South
ern railroad at thl point, yeHerday as
sumed the same position for tho Cairo
ami Vlncennes road. Mr. Hlggs has
made this his business lor many years,
and is considered a first-class man at the
It is about time that either the ladles
of tho Kpl.-copal chuich, or the ladles of
the l'resbyterlaii church, were giving us
another parlor concert.
The Shakspearlan club of the "Hldge"
will hold Its next regular meeting at the
residence ot Mr. Dewey, on Walnut
street, next Monday night.
The duet. "The l'ale Moon," sung
by Mrs. W. I Halliday and Mlsi Annie
Pitcher, at the lecture on Tucday night,
was very pretty. The ladies acquitted
themselves very credibly.
Invitations for the party to be
given to the Taylor Literary Club, at the
St. Charles Hotel one week lrom to-mor
row nisht, will be sent out to-morrow,
The party will be made a very pleasant
one, as the members of this club never do
anything by halves.
JJ The accomp.nnyincuts phiycri 011 the
organ by Miss Klla Hobbins, to the songs
of Ml-s Pitcher and Mrs. halliday, at the
lecture Tuesday night, are highly com
plimented by all who listened to them.
Miss Hobbins is one of the most accom
plished lady musicians of the eity.
Preparations for the fair and festival,
to be given by the ladles of the P.plscopal
church, 011 the !th and 10th of this
month, are going on, and the affair
proml-cs to be a pleasant one. The fes
tival will be held hi Thornton's block, 011
Tenth stieet, between the avenues. The
rooms will be beautifully decorated with
(lowers, evergreens, etc.
S. .1. hays, of Chlcago,is regiatcied at
the St. diaries.
Mr. George Webb, of Pittsburg, was
at Hie St. Charles yesterday.
John II. (lest, of Cincinnati, was a
guest at the St. Charles yesterday.
John F. ltundall, of St. Louis, was
reghtei-vd at the St. Charles Hotel yes
terday. Treasurer lllake has returned from
Cincinnati, where he has been spending
the past week.
Hon. David T. Llnegar, of this elty,
left on the Illinois Central for the North
One of the prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles yesterday, was Mr. J. W.
Frccdman, of New York city.
Among the prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles Hotel yesterday were S.
Derer, New Orleans, nnd J. W. Fitch,
New York city.
George Wolf, who Is connected with
one of tho extensive iron manufacturing
companies of Pittsburg, was registered
at the St. Charles yesterday.
Dr. Douglas, formerly of Cairo, ac
companied by his wife, arrived in the
elty from Chicago yesterday. They are
stopping at the St. Charles Hotel.
O. A. Harker, one of the leading at
torneys of Johnson county, was 1 11 town
on professional business yesterday. Ho
returned homo by the Cairo and Vln
cennes railroad this morning.
Mr. Joseph Gettluger, of the dry
goods firm of Gettluger llros., aud Mr.
Honlslnla, also a dry goods merchant,
both of Dougola, were In town on yes
terday. Crlmlinil .tint tern.
The police courts were of no interest
yesterday. There was 110 business douo
In either uf them.
Tho county jail Is again pretty well
tilled up with prisoners, awaltinir their
trial at tliu next term of the Alexander
county circuit court, which comes off In
Ou Monday morning, souiu one who
evidently felt thu biting cold of that day,
went into the clothing establishment of
Mr. McMauiius, corner ot Fourteenth
aud Commercial uremic, and relieved that
gentleman of a lino Chin Clillla overcoat.
Two negroes had a little tight 011 the
corner ol Washington avenue and Four
teenth street yesterday afternoon.
Neither ot them felt much like gcttlnt;
hurt, and so they ipilt alter the first
round, aud agreed to talk the matter over
and settle It up.
On Monday evening, Deputy Sheriff
John Cain and Chief of Police Gossman
arrested a negro man named Harris for
carrying concealed weapons. He was tip
before Justice Cuminlngs for trial 011
Tuesday evening, when he was fined
twenty-live dollars nnd costs. A charge
of vagrnncy was then entered against
him, but lie could nut be convicted of
violating more than one cluine of thu
vagrancy ordinance, that of loitering
about the streets by day and at till hours
of the night, He was assessed the lowest
Hue, tiuder the provldous of thu ordi
nance, live dollars anil costs.
Our l.ocnl I'lnttlrr.llox.
Our merchants are fitting up their
stores with holiday goods.
Yesterday was the ilrstof the month,
aud the collectors were out In full blast.
The frosts of these cool nights keep
the streets of the city covered with mud.
C, D. Arter oilers his residence, 011
Seventh street, for sale cheap. Terms
Assoited colors Granite Paper with
P.nvclopes to match, at the Un.t.r.TiN
The weather of Tuesday and yester
day was delightful, (julte a change from
The new sidewalks built lu every
.part of the city adds much to the appear
ance of the town.
The City ol V lcksburg,GraudTower
and T. F. Kckerk, arc laid up at tho
wharf, between Sixth and Klghth streets
Fresh llnllltnoro shell oyster nt
tho I'lnulem' limine. ll-JH.tl
lUulness on Ohio levee yesterday was
unusually lively. The city was full of
country men ami Mnnttn.-.
The only place In the city to get
real bargains lu the boot and shoe line
is at A. niack's shoe store. 11-27-1 w
The Knights Templars arc lUtlng up
their new a-yhmi in Dr. Wardner's
building, 011 Commercial avenue, In the
For rent Four room?, corner Third
street and Commercial avenue. Inquire
ot Wni. Mellale. 12-1-tt
Ladles', mens' and children's but
toned, side laced ami polish shoes of the
latest styles in all qualities at A. Black's.
1 1-27-1 w
Wanted A girl to cook, wash and
Iron in a small family. Apply to Mrs.
Foggitt, comer Seventh street and Jefler
sou avenue. 12-2-tl
The Alexander Connly Ilnuk sells
exchuii;o on nil Ihc irlurlitl rllles of
Ktirape, anil ntlruiln to tho rollrelliin
nfrlHlnis nml estates, eupcrlnllly In
Plank for a now sidewalk on Com
mercial avenue, between Fourteenth and
Twelfth street, are lying on that s'.cct
ready for use.
A. Hlack Is offering great bargains
in ladies', misios' and children's shoes.
He has the largest and finest stock in the
city. 1 1-27-1 w
For men's and boys' underwear, also
men's and boys' hats and caps, llell
bron & Well's Is the cheapest place in the
eity. A good merino suit for 75 cents.
Fresh Ilnlllmorc shell oysters nt
IhPl'laslrrx' House. il-3N.ll
The Kxeelsior patent boots are the
most stylish aud neatly fitting in the
market aud sold only ft A. lllack's.
1 1-27-1 w
The sociable held by the Liberal He
Hgious people, at their hall last night,
was well attended, and evt rybody had a
vcrv pleasant time. The next sociable
will take place two weeks from last night.
Mrs. C. McLean will ell every arti
cle of hosiery and ladies' and children's
tindcrwenr she has In stock, at less than
cost from now until the first of January,
as she Is determined to close them all out
before the new year. fit.
Hoys' calf and klp boots of every
quality, at very low prices, at A. lllack's.
Do not fall to give him a call. It will
fully compensate you. nov27-lw
Just received another new supply of
thoe cheap boys' clothing am) overcoats.
As this is a leading article with us, we
mean to undersell the cheapest in the
el y. llKii.iutoN & Wkh..
20,000 note heads, 110,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper Just
received and for sale at tliu Hui.i.kti.n
The best hhrek alpacas from 20 cents
to id alo black casslmere for 90 cents.
Empress cloth in all colors for 50 cents,
and the newest woolen plaids for 110
cents, can always be found at Heilbron A
Well's, 112 nml Ml Commercial avenue.
Dr. Smith's lecture on "Pre-historlc
Man," delivered lu the Presbyterian
church on Tuesday night, for the benellt
of the Library Association, was listened
to by one of the largest audiences that
has patronised the cause during the pres
ent course. His lecture was a very line
one, and Is highly complimented by all
who heard It.
Fresh llnlllninre shell oysters nt
the IMnutciV House. 11-UN.tf
A Hlack guarantees every pair of his
custom-made boots nnd shoes, and actu
ally exchanges a new pair for any that
may rip or burst. This Is a fact that
should be noted by every person, espe
cially by those victims ot shoddy goods
mndo lu Imitation ot custom work.
The colored peoples' Icativnl, for the
benellt of the AfrlcanMethodist Hplsco
pal church, held 011 last Thursday, Fi t
day ami Saturday, was more successful
than they had any hopes It would be.
They find that the net prollts derived
from the alia I r will be more than three
If you want an economical heating
stove for wood aud 0110 of the handsom
est stoves In the market, with illumina
ted front, buy tho Improved Evening
Star which took thu bluu ribbon ut St.
Louis Fair last October, over all others
on exhibition. For sale by C. W. Hen
derson, 101 Commercial avenue, Cairo,
While Mayor Winter was in St,
Louis, attending the National Itallroad
Convention, a number of gentlemen of
that city, who are lu the amateur show
business, proposed to His Honor, II they
could gain tho consent of tho Taylor Lit
erary society, to come to Cairo and give
performance hero in connection with tho
members ot the last named Institution.
Tho most economical wear In tines
shoes for ladles, misses and children are
those elegantly mndo extension solo shoes
at A. Black's, He has a full line of them,
nnd charges no extra price, They are
therelore within the rrttch of everyone,
aud every one should wear no other kind
of shoes, especially lu the winter season,
Ue member they arc sold only by A.
Hlack, at the City Shoe Store.
The levee question Is again exciting
much talk. It Is now believed, and said
by some of our best citizens, that Mr.
Itaenoll will not, If more of a
force of laborers is not put to
'work Immediately, bo able to com
plete his work by the time the spring
rises lu the river come on, and that In
case ho does not, an overllow ol our city
Wnlerproors it lid Flniiuela.
Wo oiler at reduced rates, best black
waterprool, at IK) cents.
Hkii.iiikin A Wi:ii..
The last chance to get youroalleo dress
qratii by buying $7 worth of dry goods
at llellbron & Well's.
Adrian II. M tiller, Auctioneer.
CAIHO CITY PltOPHIM'Y STOCK
Adrian II. Muller &. Son will sell at
miction on Wednesday, December 8th.
Is7.", at 12:30 o'clock at the Exchange
Sales Hoom, No. Ill Ilroadway New
York City, for account of whom It may
concern 10.1 share.-
Stock-S 100 each.
Wc will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tim: ISi i.i.im in, unless the
same is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany, and wc will accept no orders given
by nu employe of the company, for any
Caiuk llri.i.Eiix Company.
November 10. lb'7. ti
Mu. Emioit Your Sunday morning
paper states that K. V. Wilson is to lec
ture lu Liberal hall, December
Cth, 10th aud 20th. Please correct by
stating that it Is December .'th, 12th, 1!Hh
aud 20th, lu the morning of each Sunday
at 11 o'clock, and in the evening nt 7:110
November 20th, 1S73.
1000 sheets of brlstol board Ju-t re
ceived at the llui.i.ivux olllce, and tor
sale to the trade.
t'lly of t'nlro,
colored aud varnished, for sale nt hall
price ($2.50) nt the Hi'i.lktix office.
The Revolution ns a base burning
stove for bituminous coal, needs no pull
lug front the subscriber and It never pulls
(smoke) Itself. For durability, economy
and beauty it cannot be excelled. Call at
my store where 1 have one in constant
use and I shall be happy to explain Its
good working qualities, and I will also
take pleasure lu referring to many par-
tics who have It in use, and who pro
nounce it superior to any stoe they have
ever used. C. W. IIkmkii-o.v.
17 1 Commercial avenue. Cairo, HI.
A scries of lectures under the auspi
ces of the members of the Library Asso
ciation for the establishment of a public
library lu Cairo, will bo held alter
nately at the Presbyterian, Methodist and
ChrUtaiu churches. The following la
dies and gentlemen have kindly con.
seuted to lecture, commencing:
" 21), Dr. Win. H. Smith.
Dec. 0, MNs Kate Thompson.
" i:i, Hon. Wm. II. Green.
" 21, Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
C. C. E. Goss, Seo'y.
Hy order of Executive Committte.
LYNCH & HOWLEYS
Real Estate Column
FOP. HE NT.
Business house ou Levee, lately
copied by Cunningham A. Stilwell.
Business house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man it Co.
Winter's Block-suitable Tor Hotel,
Olllccs or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, 8 and Si, lu
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 507 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 4 rooms $10 a month.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Halley.
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Sewing Machine Co., ou Commercial
avenue, near Ninth street.
Two small Houses west of Twenty
second street, near Pine, $4 each per
Dwelling house on Twellth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms.
Store room ou Levee, above Eighth
street $20 per mouth.
Cottage 011 Nineteenth street, near
Washington avenue at $S 50 a month.
Dwelling house 011 Sixth street aud
Upper lloor ot brick building on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street,
Itooms lu various parts ot the city
FOB LEASE OH SALE.
. number of Lots ou Levee, nbovo
Twelfth street, outside tire limits. Also
a largo number of other Lots In dlllurent
Lauds, lu tracts to suit, near Cairo.
HvcryililMK for liilKlrcn!
llellbron & Weil can do better hi tho
Him of children's dresses, christening
robes, zephyr bonnets nnd caps, merino
French bonnets and caps, coney bonnets
and caps ; also a lull ami coinplcto Hue of
children's merino aud waterprool cloaks
than any 0110 elso Hits side of Chicago ;
aud by examining theso goods, wo con-
vince von that wo mean what wo say, 11s
our motto U small protlt and quick sales
Hkimiiion & Wkii..
Steamer Jim Flak, Paducnh.
C. 11, Church, Cincinnati.
" Molllo Moore, N. O.
" llelle Memphis, Memphis.
" Arlington, New Orleans.
" City ofoulncy, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Hubert Semple, N. O.
" Liberty No. 4, St. Louis.
.Steamer dim Fisk, Pndueali.
C. II. Church, N. O.
" Mollle Moore, St. Louis.
Hello Memphis, St. Louis.
" Eddyvllle, Nashville.
" Arlington, Cincinnati.
" City oftjuiney, N. o.
Tow-boat Kobcit Semple, Ohio tlvcr.
" Liberty No. 4, St. Louis.
MVKlt, WKAT11KU ANI IIL'.SI.Vim.
The river last evening was 22 feel 10
4-5 Inches on the gauge, having risen 10
4-5 Inches during the previous twenty
Weather clear and growing mild.
lloat ar iiuvliiu: a hard time of It nt
Liberty Island. The channel Is sinning
The City ol Chester nnd Julia, no
doubt, arrived soon after dark, as they
were over the bad water when theQnlncy
Tho Eckert goes to Dog Tooth this
morning to tow Captain Davis' dredge to
another barge of sunken ore. She will
be gone several hour.4, and a party of
young folks have embraced the opportu
nity to enjoy a llltle pleimiro excursion.
Ciipt. Dougherty returned to Louis
ville by rail, leaving his tug Laurel here
for the present.
Captain O. C. Night, of the Thomas
Mean, Is here waiting the return of the
Means trout St. Louis.
The Evaiifvlllu packets turn back
from Paducah hereafter, and thu Jim
Fi-k holds up this end of the route.
The- Eddyvillo brought a lot of pig
and bar Iron for St. Louis.
Considerable Ico passed St. Louis
yesterday nnd day before.
Wau DEi'AniHKsT, Itivmi lir.rnur, I
Dec. 1. 1S75. (
LOW WATKIl. CIIAMrlr.
FT, in, IT. IM.
Cairo '.'2 in At 0
I'iltaburi; 7 in 1 a
Cincinnati 57 ' 1 W
lxulsTllle... 1" n 3
Nashville Ill 0 I u
St. l-oiils I 10
Sena-ant, Slifnal Service, I'. S. A.
A Jinn kuii Over
To Cowperthwalt & Phillips to try those
Gold llucklo cigar.
Calico remnants at C cents a yard.
Hkii.iiikin & Wkii..
1 12 and 144 Commercial Avenue.
The Next Preshlenl.
Our views on the political issues of the
day are well known, aud we now take
occasion to say that wc know of no bet
tcr remedy for coughs, colds, and dls
orders of the throat and lungs than
Hall's Balsam. It should form a staple
in the family medicine chest. It has been
the standard remedy lu the West for the
last forty years. Price $1 00 per bottle.
Sold every where. w-lt
Exchange for sale on all the princi
pal cities of Europe at Enterprise Savings
Bank. 11-12-1 in.
llellbron it Well have always on hand
the best aud largest stock ol Corsets lu
the city. A gooil corset, urey or white at
The hair Is the crowuiutr dory ot wo
man. There are few moilerate defects
which canuot bo remedied by thu proper
disposition or tne Tresses, line wncu tue
hair begins to all our, or (urn grav, lu
youiijr people, or w ith those In the prime
of Ilk; tlieru Is cause for real regret.
When tide is the case, llnll'.t VtatlubU
Sicilian Hair lltntwtr will be found to be
a llrst-class remedy, far superior, as a
sound medical medium, to anything ;else
before the public. It actually restores
gray hair to its original color, and In the
great majority of ca-es, causes It to grow
again w lien it is becoming mm. it is not
like many popular preparations, a mere
wash, but a scieiitille discovery. Indorsed
and used by physicians of character.
Address 11. V. Hall & Co., Nashua, N. It.
Fuittty'a Weekly Vrti, Feb. I, lStiS.
1 1-1-1 W-dw.
BaufAt this season of the year, when
so many of our ticonlo are hiitlerhig from
colds, we call attention to Avuu's
CiiKitiiY Pectouai. us a sure euro not
only for coughs aud colds, hut all ull'cc-
nous 01 tue lungs aim tnroac. Having
used It In our family lor many years, we
can speak from personal knowledge of Its
efllclency. There may bo other remedies
mat lire goou, uut in an our experience
tills has proved to be by lar the best. Its
qualities are uniform and wholly reliable
It is pleasant to take, and should bo kept
at eomma.ul, hy every family, as a pro
tection against a class of complaint
which seem harmless In the bes-lntiiiiL',
but become allllctlug and dnngcrotu If
neglected. Xtw Haven lltguttr.
TO THE FHONT !
HelHiicker la prepared to auppW nil who wUli
llread, Cake, Confectionery, ClirlMinaa Candy
Tin-, unit nil articles In Ida line. Eaiwrlal at
tention paid to Irlmraiid UrnumentiiiK Chriat
inaa and New Year's Cake., He la also picpaicd
to rurntah puily suppers 011 ahort notice.
BY virtue ol'llic certain executions tu tnc dl
reclisl by the clerk or the circuit court of Al
exander county, lu Hie Slate of Illinois, , in favor
of Charles O. I'atleraud William Wolf, arm of
ii. O. I'atier ft Co. , aad ngalnat Jainea Carroll ,
I have levied upon the following inscribed nrop
illy, lllthotlrat oddlllon to the city of Cairo,
county or Alexander and, Wtatepr lllluoia. to
wit: l.otniunlieredone(l) In block numUwt
twenty-elllht US). the property of the said
jamea Csrrow. which 1 ahah offer at taipl oaale
....... Uiii,ai ilmir nfiha murt house III the
i... ..i-.vir., I,, th nmuiiv of Alexander and
Slate of lllluoia, on the third day of December,
A. D. lH7n hetwecu the hours of nine o'clock,
s. in , MM sunaeioi uu u, iw , tuaav
lafy said Kxifiillon. AU.X. H. lUVlS.
Hherlfl' of Alexander County, Illinois.
1 Cairo, Ilia, , November II, V. H-l'-'dtd
Without !,.,...- .
dot fnt free to
1 '" "ninf, at your homo, Anti-
T aldri on rrcel,t of on
" I'.HUUIIAHII, l 1.
Manager St. Louis IntUtlat. Ilosplil.
Offlce-lltl Olhe Street, ML Louis
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Cured without tmln or' Inconvenience, at Your
heme In tUilaya, Medicines for llrat Hires wetki
treatment acnt Tree to any aditrraa on m-nlptor
rto dollar. Slate amount used daltv.
Address. r. II. llUllHAUI), M. U.
Manager St. Lotlia Inebriate Hospital.
Office-Mil qt6tjrcl, St. Louis.
Live Agents Wanted
To sell Dr. Chase's- lleclpcs ; or Infor
mation for Everybody, In every county
In the United States and Canada. En
larged by the publisher to CIS pages. It
contains over 2000 hhusehold recipes, and
Is suited to all classes and conditions of
society. A wonderful book and a house
hold necessity. It sells at sight. Great
est inducements ever offered to book
agents. Sample copies sent by mall.
Po-dpald, for $2. Exclusive territory
given. Agents more than double their
money. Address Dr. Chase's Steam
Printing House, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The Ilt:t.t.icTi.Y iirlntluit
eidnlillsluneiit mnkea a
eH?ialt)- of Uill UnvU,
Note Heads, Letter lliwli,
Statements, finds, i:tc. Look nt thi-ic juices:
Small slie lilll heads, per In. 11 3 ni
Medium aire bill heads, per thousand i n
All on fourteen pound ut, rnrllale Inllta,
rated two cents jht pound higher tlciu p.iper
used liy liny other oOlcc-ruted to nrdirat the
mills e.neclally for this olllce.,
Statement, C'arlyate, peril"" S 10
letter Heads, C:irl)sle, jht Ii 4 50
Note Heads, Cnrlj sic, er Ww) 3 no
VIsltliiKCiinls ier package 7.V
lliislncs cards, No. I 3-ply llrUtol board.
nr Iikxi ti Ui 4 (0
Iliislneta cirds, No, 1 blank, vr luuo 3 ou
luiirtvr-slicet, hair-Kheet, full-alicet and three
sheet HHtera, und roluvcdwurk below St I.011U
rumphlet, Uook Work und t'rtce Lists nude
A silver plated No. 9 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) tlnldi,
valued nt $85. Will be sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored ami mounted Maps ot tho
city of Cairo at $2 50 each (halt price.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
china valued at $75. Will be sold nt $15
discount, nnd ordered direct from tho
A $00 Heinlngtoii Sewing Machine
$:I0 ofl for cash. Suitable lor tnllor or
boot and shoo manufacturer.
A style "E," "dough, Warren &.
Co,'s" Parlor Organ, right from the fac
tory at Detroit. List price, $300. Will
be sold for $200.
For any of the above articles, apply a
the UuLi.Kn.N olllce. E. A. Buiixiirr.
Corrected dally by K.
M. Stearna. rommlaalon
of the (.'alio Hoard ot
Flour, ai'Mirdlni; to aradc
l.'orn, mixed, sacked
i 00$ a 00
lorn, Willie, euu&cu
1 trim , per ton
.Mini, Mi-uiii dried.........
Duller, choice Northern
Hotter, choir Southern Illinois
Chickens, tier dozen tt O..J..S tu
Turkey, iht doieu
Annies, choice, ner barrel.......
.. 3 oo.l
Apples, common, perburrel...
I'otatoes, per barrel
Onion , tier barrel.
sM I III ill I
Will moat posllltely cure any case ofrluunia
tfam or rheumatic goat, no muller how Ioiik
HtandliiK. on the lace of thu earth. lleinK an In
ward application it dors the work quickly, thor
oughly and liernianrntly, leaving the system
atroiiK and healthy Writ to any piomlneut
iieraou lu Washington City, and you will Irani
ihut lheiiboe atatemeiit Id Hue in ti wry partic
ular. CONIIICNSEII C'KIU'I F1CATICS ,
WaahiiiKton, D. I'. December 2. 171.
Messrs llelphenatlne.t llentleyi
lienta; I ery cheertully alate that I uaeil Du
ruug'e Itheuiiiuilo Iteiuedy with decided Iwnetlt.
A. II. STEl'HKNH,
Member of Congress of (.a.
WaahliiKtnu. 1. ('., AerllW, 1ST J.
Messrs IKiiiliejiatine ft flentley:
Cents: For the imt seven years my wife has
been a Kroit suffer 'row rheumatism, herdoctnra
falllusto fle her reher. eheiiaed three bottles
lluruiiK'a llheiiiuatic lfeiiie.lv, and n pcrtiiancut
euro was ihoresiit. Wl. II. C'ltOOK,
"Kxccullie Clerk to 1'realdrnt liruul."
WiuhliiKton, I), C, March 3, 173.
In the apace nf twelve hours my rheumatlam
was Kue, having taken three doaes of Durang-'a
KheiiniutlcUeiiurdy, My brother J. II. Ceaaus,
ut'lledt'uid, I'a , wuacuivdbyitainiilaranioUNt.
Member of Cougreaa of l'a.
Trice one dollar 11 liottle, or six bottles for five
dollars. Ask our druggist for llurung' iUieti
mat 0 Itemeily inuiitifurtured by
HKI.l'llli.N.silM': ft IHi.vri.KV,
PvuKKlst and Chemists,
WoahinKton, D. C.
UKJ-Vor sals In Chlrapo, by Van Schaadr,
Stevenson ft Kcbl, sad Lord Smith. Co.,
Sb-un Drue Voisons.
Medicine Xsndsrtd UhIim I
Volta'i Electro Belts and Bands
arc Indorsed by the most eminent phyalclana in
the world for the core of rlieumtiiu,nuralgla,
liver complaint, dyapepaia, kidney nlssaM.
aches, iwlna, nervous dlaordora. HI;, ftmsls
comidalaU, qervoaa 4 l"1 .WTi
other BhrMAoaitMkMt. of .(V icnat,tas) Riar,
itoawun, klOAW sod nioou., ikmib. wim iuh
iwrtlsabirt nwiy ...
X How either sex may (ssclaats and aw'
love ami afwlloua of say peraoa tbey etwo.
Inituuly. Xsls art all cT ""J?ZLml