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SECRET SOCIETIES
Afil,AI.O.V I.ODUK, NO. M.
( , KiilifhlA of I'ytliluii, mitts every Kil-
' uWl ,,oy "Ulit nl liuir-pust ectrii, in Odd
v&V tll'W' Hall ,Ino. II (Jouhmah,
Uiatictllur Coiiituaiuhr.
AlfrU'tll'li I f I f 1 1 1 L VM it, I
iJMS- Itt'lix-'xlflit Order lit J.I-l-hVI-'jV5'S
low, mots exry 'I liiirmhiy night
WI7ih7 at bulr-pustiuii, In their ball on
'TiTr.i 1 rnu iwnn. lutuein Ml vili mul K1.11.mi1
kin. fit "' ., 1 I..
1 J. ni-iiill , u.
IAIIIO KNO'AMI'.MKNT, I O, O, K.. Uinta
yiiiol'l-lrillowa' Hall niillir tlrst und thin)
iinmaj in every iikhiUi, ut lmirMt sen 11
i.iu. 11, oiikiii.v, c l.
A .AIItOLOiHiK. M) J.17.A.K. & A. M.
jV "i'i nvuiur R)iiiiiiuiiiciiiiiii.i in mix'
fJ''Hl' Hull, corner Commercial uiiniie
' iiii.I I IIk'iI strut, 1111 llif aet'oiid uini
mirth Monday ofmrli month.
LOCAL NOTICES.
A .Mini itmi Over
To Cowperlliwalt it Phillips to try tlio-o
Gold Itucklu cigar.
Wntrririol ami I liiiinel.
Wo oll'eriit roiliictil rutus, best litnuk
vaturnool, ut DO cents.
Jluii.iutox A, Vi.i i..
Ileum teil.
A. 1 1 nl Icy Iniii removed to hi new
ton; room, 115 Cniiiiutr:l:il iivciiue, ii
po'lto Winter', Mock, iukI next Hour to
the Arab 0 1 1 1 1 n j liouau, when; lie will lie
ili!ied to we nil Ids old eiitoiueri :md
as many new one". 'J-.'IO-tf
W'ilill?il
Kvtrybotly to luiov. that the il:iio to
A Mnooth alinvc,
A ooil shampoo,
A fu'lilonaMc halr-ull',
Or anything In that line,
I- at the (iiiAMi O.miiai. I!.i:iu:li
'Hop, ciiiicr Kiylitli ami Cumuicrclnl.
DS-tf .1. (iKOltliK SlKINIIOI'-ilC.
I'liilrmenr I I'nilerM eiir I
l.rullei' and clilldrens' uiidcrware, me
lino ms well as muslin can Im; foiinil
lieajicr and hotter tit lleilliion v Well's
than any wherein the city. A omI me
rino iimlcr.-lilrt and ilraweM for hoy
only !H)cent ; a jjood merino M'.-t mid
i;tnt, for Indie", only SI.
A (mill I'lnre l t 3' .
A. Ilalley's new store; U eerlalnly one
of the ln'it arranged of the kind to lie
fm id in the i lly, ami what Is heller, lie
li o arranged liN jirieei Ifcut many are
' advanta'i- of Hie opportunity ol
1 1 1 to buy stove", tinware, ete.,eheaier
thu ever known iii Cairo. all on Hal
ley, 11. Commercial avenue, next door to
the Arab engine hoil'e. IKIO-tl.
tiller ol IteiniMtil.
('. Koch lias leiuoved Ids boot and
lioe 'hop from the old tand to his
new brick uuihllti"; (one block below),
No. 'M Couiuiereial avenue, between
Tilth and Sixth streets, where he will
keep the hot home mtule and St. I.011I
fiictom made boot and shoes made of
tho bct material ; yood workmanship
and in the latest ttyle. All order.
promntly attended to. 'J-Mf.
A Murk.
Win. Killers desire to Inform his pat
rons and the public generally, that he has
i.ow on baud 11 Iarj;e Mock of French and
Ciermaii 'all', Ui and .Morocco, and U
iupaieil to manufacture, lor .store and
ollic.t wear, the llue.t of .Morocco or ('alt
.Skin Shoe or Ilooti; ami for fanner-,
dmymeii and out-door weargenerally.ui,
Frcii'-h Kip stand above anythln; ever
(.fle'v Un thin market. UN Lasts am oi
1 ' u t 1 le-( and he ejui iiai-autcu a
id - iti-i..tion to all I1I1 patrons.
'.:i..f.
Sfii Men I .llHrliel.
.l..eob Walter! and ChrN Aiitlin-, two
ol our well-known buleheis havu asso
ciated together and under the llrm name
of Jacob Walter ,t Co., have opened n
meat market on the north lde of Kijdith
street, in I'hll Howard' old Maud. This
will bun llrM-cla-i maiket in every re
pcct, as the uauic ol the proprietors
1,'uaranice a market where the clioi-e.st
nl cut meat!', Mrnks roat of beaf, mut
ton, poik and venison ; together with
Miusige, bacon, etc., will lie served out
to cii-toiucr.' In a neat ami iatiM'actory
mttuuer. All their old IrlemN or new m
iiialntauce are invited to call ami ho
them. lo-::o-tf
A .o. 1 l.iiiinilr.v.
It Id now conceded tliut Ml. Cokinun,
tho lHUiulrrs, .N'e. 12 Fourth ltet, he
twutm W.i'liinston iV Ooiiiincrcial avenues,
has one nf the hct conducted laundry 1 1
tahlislmicnts in the city, ami landlord ot
hotels anil hoarding; liou-es v 111 find It to
their silvuntui,'o to rail upon her.
Her price uro ns lollows: Hotel uml
hoardliig-hollio wa-hlni, T.'i cents per
dozen. Fot piece work prices aro
us follow: SIniilo eliiit and col
lar, 10c; per dozen SOc; socks Hcj two col
lore, ftcj two handkerchief, fie; vcM 'Ocj
and all gentlemen', wear, 6Qc, per
dozen. Ladies' drexscn, 'J.'i to OOe;
kilts 10 to 'Me; Uruwon 10 to Uic; two
pair hoto Bo; two collurn B to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothes SI 00 per dozen; lor In
dies lino clothes, !i."i per dozen; done
drauiptly, and promptly delivered. I'a
tronago uolicltcd. 8-at-lm
PortriillN llnccs."
Tills Is 11 now style of picture now bo
ing produced by Wm. Winter, the artist,
ot this city. Tlie.-o pictures nro creating
much interest In all the principal F.atern
and Western cities, being altogether new.
They nro iiullku photographs, being
raised and beautifully enameled over the
entire surlace, soil in tone, but diMiuct in
the lights and shades. No onu who sees
them falN tomlmlro them, or to give the
nrlUt an order. Wu luivu been shown a
in i-'-er of pictures of well-known hullcs
' , ' cntlciuen of the city, and luivu no
In J uion In pronouncing them perfectly
fp..-i did. Wo would thcrelori) udvNe all
who tnko Interest hi such matters or de
si 1 ft pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter at
his gallery ami examine his work in this
new branch of the idiadow-eapturlug art.
0-14-tf
Everybody should cull 011 Uellhroii tV,
Weil ami examine, their fall stock ot Indies
and misses clonks, Just received from
New York, beforo going elsewhere. As
wu make a specialty of these goods, wo
cuu oiler Inducement.
Hkimuiox & Wiui..
I.OIIIIMJ
Walders Clothing
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OK
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING
Huts, Caps, Boots, Shoc3.
I KK. WAI.DEH is rocclviiiir dally tt
1 lurnii ntiil Hploinllrl stock or cooiU,
unci Ih ilutermlncd to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
IN CAIRO.
Hi! Ih resolvotl to k'lvii the varv lioHt
uuotlx for Ulo very lowest pricuu. Call
ami Heu tor youraalvus
Corner Sixth Strootnud Ohio
Id-: -If
Ijovoo.
iiltc iillrtin.
CITY NEWS
1 J
SATCIMJAV. II:CL.M1KU I. h".
hatks oi' Aiivi:uri.M.v;.
trj"All hills furu'lvertliluK, nic ilur uml uiy-
alllf IN AliVAKLK
Irutiai.'iit ivliritlaliiK will li-Inmldl ut tli
rnte of II ' ..r MMiurv fur the llril IiimtIIoii
ami V irrit for rath uli-eutnt mn:. A lllx ml
livniit will lif made on stuiiilini; uml ilUit.iy
u'hiitlMini-iite.
Cliiircli, ftoclfly, I'kIIvhI hihI Suppvr iiolir-n
Mill Dill) liv llli-l r ! I u oiltlTtirrllll'lltA
For In-vrluiK Funeral notice l o. .Vuliirof
imrlbiK iifiiiirlt-tiea or situt onlrri 'cuit for
mill iii-i rtlon
Xu aiiiitUmiiit will im mil allies tlniii
M rriita.
Local Buslnonn Notices, of
ailxi , iwii lines or uiuru. iimiTiun
Dlww2 ,n thB Bulletin un follows :
On insertion rr Hnti CuntH.
Two lnacrtionn per line 7 CentH.
Throo limnrtloiiH per lint) 10 Centa.
Six Insertions per line 10 Lionm.
Two wvtika per lino 25 Cents.
One month par lino 35 Cents.
No Keductlon will t nutria in abovo
Prices.
I.oeitl Wrulher Iteporl.
L'AIHO, iLt.f I lee 1,175.
Wcirn.
I.t I in in.
.
cloiiily.
1 imi'i. irT'iiiv
Sriyraul. Hiriial strike, U. .. A.
At llle IIIkIi .SrtHMil.
l'lie eer:les at the High School yes
terday afternoon gave gieat pleasure to
all who heard them.
rreioiil' l'rrriil!
The last chance to get yourcalieo dress
yrnri by buying $7 worth of dry good
nt llellbron.t Well's.
.11 II no's IIOKltslllCM.
Dan .Muun'.s sureties 011 Ids bond nro
hi- brother, I. ii. .M111111 and -Mr. .Samuel
K. Dow, both ol Chicago.
.Hon- I.IkIiI.
A new gas light has been put up lit
(rout of the residence of Dr. Lehigh, cor
ner ol Twelth nnd Poplar street-.
for Sale.
One span of mule- mid two voko ot
oxen, at the yard ol Adolpli sjwoboda,
corner Kightccnih and l'oplar. Cairo.
l'M-Ilt.
i:iKliili Mieel.
Lumber for a new ldewalk on the
eat .-Ideof Klgeth street, between Coiu-
meiclal avunue nnd Ohio I.evee, hu beon
placed on the ground.
Street I'lenuliiu',
lailer .McCarthy had his uaiir of cala-
booo bluls out yesterday, and thevdid
excellent work in clearing the iiiiAJ oil
thetrcet crosingi..
Atteiltltin ! Ileiilrrs.
Wo have four docn Imitation Kbony
.Sprague Cnn-Opener., taken lor adver
tiiug, wbii.li wu will sell at two dolkir.s
per doen. Iiuitilru at Bulletin otllce.
lniMirliiiil.
Tho largest and mot vniied stock of
lauey articles, Kultablo for Chrk-tiuas
pre-ents, will be ollered for sale at the
Fancy Fair to be given by the ladles of
the KpIeopal church 011 the Uth nnd 10th
lnt. It
IVIIson'h iM't'lure.
K, V. Wilson, one ol the inot elorptent
-peakers of thu day, will lecture hi Lib
eral Hall and give tests uml readlii" ot
character, Sunday morning nt 10 o'clock,
nnd ut 7:110 o'clock p. m. Co mid hear
foryourselfj " U-l-it
4'iri:M'iitii.
lly reference to the uiinouuecment of
lectures for the bciiellt of tho Library As
sociation it will bo seen that tho name of
Dr. O. (!. l'arkcr has been added to the
lUt ot lecturers. The doctor will lecture
on Tuesday evening, .lauuary tth.
Millliiii.v ! Millinery !
Tile larget nnd best selected stock ol
.Millinery can he found nt Uellhroii tt
Well's ut grently reduced prices, con-ist-
ingof lino llower.s, wing, feathers, velvet,
valour and ornnmculs. Special attention
U called to our linuof (Milch Feathers in
all color, from f 1 to S7, the largest in
Hie inai'Kcl.
Tile l.ei'lurt'N.
A series ot four lectures nro yet to be
given under the auspices of the Library
Association, as lollows :
Dee, "til SlUs Kale Thompson ;
" tlth-llon. W. 11. Green;
" -Mrs. (i. (i. Alvord ;
" 'JSth-Dr. Horace Wardncr ;
.Jan. Itli)r. (1.(1. Parker.
.ollee.
We will pay no bills eontraeted by any
employe of Tin: IIiii.i.khn, unless (he
kudu Is inndu 011 a written order signed
by the ireideul or seeintnrf r tin, com.
puny, and wo will accept no orders given
oy 1111 eiupiiiyu 01 1110 company, for any
purpose whatsoever.
Caiiki lli'i.i.inix t OMIMNV.
Xovember 1'J, 187."i. tt
II k. 1 1 1 A n . j 1 1 1 K .
Tn 111. ' si'
II 3 Mb" I '
!i.m. H' K
W'lvn. rL.
C 0
S I
ri -
I.oiile rn.
The levee wns crowded Willi loafers and
Idlers yesterday, it has been a long time
since the elly was to full of this elns of
persons as It Is nt prccnt. Tho police
mid other olllcers lire vigilant mid con
stantly 011 the go, and yet It bcciiis Iiii
polhle to drive them out of the elly.
Xvit Weill's Hull.
Xeujalii's-llallurLroelliiungilcriiciieii
Turnhalle, 11m Hyhesterabeinl, dun
:ilteii De., 17.".. In plain linglWi
Xew- ear's ball ill celebration of the
opening of Ihu new Turners hall, New
VeniV Lve, Hist December, l7"i.
Ilie rll.i Itntiery.
Attinllonls called to the rani of t lit
City llakcry, to be found in this lsue.
Mr. Hehsaeker, thu pioprietor, has by
industry and fair dealing, ctablMicd a
lucrative liiilues. When you want any
thing in his line give him 11 call.
H.'.:i-lin
The I'nrlur 'i)ii ei l.
Xotwilhstiiudliig tho dNagrceable
weather ot Thursday evening, and the
drawback occasioned liy the absence ol
several ladles and gentlemen who wete
to take part In the parlor entertainment
at Key. .Mr. Ullbert's, the all'air was very
plcatant, and pecuniarily and socially a
iicces.
rernimtl llenlliin.
III. 1 llrui ..- !. -I..-,! .
1
lerdav lor the llrst time since Tuesday.
lion. (ieu. W. Wall, of lUHjtioin, was
in the city yesterday.
The Hew .Mr. Thayer, formerly of
this elly, 1 conducting an iutcrciting
and successful series of revival mcellngi
at Princeton, Indiana.
Orilt IVllou' OHIreis.
'I be .-emi-annual election In Alexander
Lodge of Odd Fellow: took placu on
Thursday night last, when the leading
olllcers were elected for the term com
mencing .lanuary 1st, next: C. Lame,
X. (j.; X. Devore, V. (i.; Win. II. llaw-klu-.
11. H.; C. li. Slack, P. .S. ; F. D.
Kexford, 'I reiisurcr; Jobii KobiiHon, (.'.
II. Woodw.nd, .S. Walters, A. Frascr,
and F. K. Keiit,',Trutee.
Kirrj llilni; lor Chllilren S
llellbrou tt Well can do better In the
line of children's dre-e, ebrl-tenlng
robe, zephyr bonnets and cape, merino
French bonnets and rap, coney bonnets
and cap ; nlo a lull am! complete llueot
ehlidieii's merino and waterproof cloaks
than nuy one el-e this side oi Chicago;
uml by examining tbe.e good, we ton
ylnci' you tint we lnenn what we tny, a
our motto Is small prollt nnd ipiick sale.
IIkii.iiiios & Wkii..
I'ollle t'tillll.
Owing to sicktics. .Midge llro-s did
not attempt to transact bulnes ye'ler
day. Two caies were tried before .Midge
Itlrd, but for the sake of the partlc- in
terested the name of neither parly will
be mentioned. The tlrst wns that of a
young man who usually attends to his
own butiue'.a and allow others to do the
-atne. Thursday night hu "got out''
with some "friends'" who induced him to
drink more than be could stand. , lie got
drunk, was arrested and lined. Ho won't
do so any more. The second party was
arrested on a charge of lighting, but as
the evidence again U liim wns not sulll
elutit to convict, he was dl-chargcd.
Ilie S.utc C'iilniu ll.vn T. l'urliee.
Speaking of our Into fellow-citizen,
Captain D. T. Parker, deceased, the
.lonesboro Ga:t(e ay.s: "lie wns identi
fied with tlie State Agricultural Society
from its tlrst organization, and wns yice
presideiit at the time of his death, uml
va one of the most able members of thu
Statu Board of Agriculture, lie was a
member of tliu ("aim Hoard ol Trade,
nnd of the Odd-Fellow fraternity, by
whom hi-, remain were interred with
appropriate honor. on Tuesday. South
ern Illinois ha lost one of lis hct citi
zen, and his decease is tleploicd by a
large circle of friend throughout thu
State. Having been honored with thu
friendship of Captain Parker for a num
ber ol years, we deeply feel till nlllletlon,
nnd Join in our condolencu with thu iclst
tlves and friend"."
Ilie Dnlcrtiiiiiniciil Next TncMliiy
fc culm;.
The following Is thu programme of ex
ercies for the entertainment to be given
on next Tucrday evening by .MUs Kate
Thompson and pupils of her school for
the bcnellt of Hie Library Association :
Duct "Delta Kappa Fpsllen .March"
Misses PlillHsandllnrrell.
IJccitation "Kock of Ages' I'ranklu
Kexford.
Select Heading .Miss Thompson.
Song "Ulue Hells of Scotland" Stlllg.in
co-tuine, nv thirteen 01 our boys and
girl.
Heeltatlon "The Angel of prayer"
.Miss Thompson
Song "Swiss Song" F.ekert Mis.
Landen.
Kssny ".Master .Minds" .Mls Thotiip-
soii.
.'5ong--,,.iaine s on tins MormyTsea
Sttinrr be the bovs ami "his
Song - "Waiting' --.Milliard-Mrs. Lans-
dcu.
ltciillllhllis oUltlprct.
At thu regular tneetliftf of Alexander
Lodge, X'o. 2J1, I. (). O. F., held on
Thur-day evening last, Dee. the fol
lowing lesolutlons of respect lo the
memory of the latu Dyas 'I'. l'arkcr, who
wns a member of said Lodge, were
adopted :
Jtenoleeil, That in thu death of our
brotlur, Dyas T. Parker. Alexander
Lodge litis lost a member failhlul to thu
principles of the order, uml one In whom)
example his brethren lonud much to ad
mire and iiroilt by.
AVWrfiL That not only as un Odd
Fellow, but nKo us acltlcn and business
iiiaii, fait hi id In his pit bile duties, and
honest In his dealing, Ills t'ellow
fllieiiB and nelirhhors have sustained u
great loss lu the death of our latu
brother.
Jtcitolml, That we condole and sym
pathize with his family and friends.
AV.Wivii. That in token ot our respect
for thu memory of the deceased, nnd in
honor ot his many virtues, a pngu of Ihu
journal of thu lodge, suitably Inscribed,
lie set apart saercu to ms memory
Hcsohrd, That a copy of these resolu
tions be truiisiniitcu liy mu secretary to
the family of our late brother, mid that u
copy hereof hu sent to each of thu dally
papers oi our city lor uuuiicatiou.
Chilli Cured.
Calico remnants nl (J cents a yard.
Ilmi.timi.v tt Wi:ii..
1 Id nnd 1 II Commercial Avenue.
l'liri I I'urt t
We are now prepared to oiler great
bargains in ladles' and children' lurs ol
ail .style.. Childien's sets, mull's mid
boa, at only $1 a si t.
Hi ii.iiiion ,t Willi..
.silMrctuncniio Ileum.
Adrian 11. Midler, Auctioneer.
CAIKO CITY PKOPF.HTY STOCK
AT At't'NO.V.
Adrian II. .Muller it Son will sell at
auction on Wcdne-day, December Sill.
187. at l'.'iHO o'clock at the Kxcliango
Sales Hoom, ,Xo. Ill Hroadway New
Yoik City, for account of whom It may
concern 10." slimes Cairo Cllv Property.
Slock- SI 00 each. 1 1-'Jit-7t
Tielll.ripn A Weil.'
Till llrm, whose dry goods and cloth
ing stores. nre on Commercial avenue, be
tween Lighth nnd Ninth streets, have
brought to Cairo one of the largest stock
of dry goods and clothing ever opened In
the city. Their counters and shelves are
loaded, ami they haw a large ipinntlty
of goods unpacked. Looking through
their store, the customer Is alonished at
thu lmmcntc variety which meets
his eye, and more astonished
at the prices at which they
ofd. Ladies' "urnMifm' food
made in the neatest manner and of ex
cellent material, are ollered as low or
lower than the bare material, unmade,
can be purchased for in Ibis city. .Many
beautllul novelties in woollen wear.hullcs'
jacket", nubia, children's hood, c,
,te., are on exhibition. They have ul-o, a
very hand-oiuc assortment of Indies' nnd
children's cloaks, in beaver and other
cloths, all ollered at extremely low prices.
Letter Lilt.
List of letters remalulnr uncalled for
in the Pon Olllce at Cairo. Alexander
county, lllinoi. Saturday, Xov. 27lh,
lb7f:
i.aiii:s' i.ir.
Archer .Molllc, Hell .Mnry,Cox Jlaliada,
Camion Mrs. .lohn, Clark .Mr. (.'. A.,
Dennis Citorgia Ann, Gattin Annie M.,
Oreen Xellle, Cordon Salllc, iiiltz. Mrs.
Paulina, llasta Mat tie, Ilardiu .lane,
Hodge Maggie, llariington Mrs. H.,
Jolui'ton Mary Ann, Kelly Kiln, Lako
Agne., Lane Kllcn, Lauzt Mary
Lei Miller. Morblv Frances,
Price .lane. Phillips Mrs. C. II., Hlel S.
C, Humbold I.l.z.ie, Smith Mary, Sharp
Flleii, Sanders Fannie, Scott, ICmiiia,
Simmon .Mary, Thomas Sarah, Thomp
son Ida, Widemau II.
(ir.XTI.KMKN'S I.IxT.
Applewhite I'enj., Allen Llge, Albon
.lohn, Brndley C. I)., Bland Charles, Brl
cut Henry, Berry .1. A., Baker .1., C,
Bradley Stephen, Clay Henry, Cannon
John, Cutl'rey .lame, Cameron Samuel,
Culver T." H Davidson Charles,
Kldcr William, Fitzgerald .IolmL Graves
Charlc. Gamblo Howard, Gordon
Henry. Gross Mariiu, Graham Portrr,
Harvey Calvin, Hester, X. B., Henshaw
Solomon, Ilemon William, King Martin,
Leace Charles, I.ewli II., Lyonr Ira,
I.amlay .lohn, I.Iiicolu 1,., Lamar
T. .1., -Marsh C. J., Marshall B.
F .McShaue Thos.. Morgan S. S., Mc
Gllyra S. C, Magge George C, Newton
Henry, Nell .1.. Parker C.S., Phillips
Cha., Parker C. F.. Phillip George,
Hhodcs George 1L, Happ Harry, HIder
Joseph, llcede Jnincs, Hieo Lewis, Howe
K., Kavencralt H. II., Kowau Thomas,
Smith Dixon, Sliauk C. C, Sehuclcr K
Sturdevnnt (L W.. Samplu F. It., Sbucrt
Jey. Selunid .Martin, Sullivan Pat, Smith
Wesley, Smit Win., Thompson Klbrrt
W.. Thomas J. W., l.'nderwood J. T.,
Vnndcinale Victor, Wetcl August,
Woodwanl C. K. Wilier F. H., Waldruni
Tho., Yociim II. II.
(Ji:o. W. McKuaio, P. M.
Oyster, Fisli
AND
ga.mi: dk pot;
Mi.vrr.irN iii.oru.
We will sell, hcrcalU'r, our ;umN at
thu following price, and solicit thu pat
ronage of thu public:
oyti:us.
Family brands, per enn cent.
Standards, per enn 'l."i cents.
Select, per can "0 cents.
Select, extra, per can o" cents.
Tub oyster., per 100 $1 00
inn.
Chicago Trout and Whlte...U et.s, per lb.
Game, Pan Fish. ... 10 and 12cts. per Ih.
iiami:
Of all descriptions constantly on bund,
consitIng of wild turkey, squirrels and
venison.
umici'.itir.-.
Family groceries very cheap lor eah.
ii:a aniwoiti:i:
Made a spccalty. Give us a trial.
.MIIA'IS,
Cheaper than thecheapest.
Hccpeetl'iilly,
j I12-:i If. Wm. Win-i .Ik., it Co.
LOCAL NOTICES.
1000 sheets of br'iMol boaid Jut. re
ceived at thu Bn.i.uiiN olllee, 'mm lor
sale to thu trade.
MOITXTF.D MAPS
or Tin:
t'lly l' Cairo,
colored and varnMied, for sulu at hull
prlcu ($2.50) at Hie Bri.i.irri.v olllee.
Thu Heyolullon as a huso burning
stove for bituminous coal, needs no pull
ing from the subscriber and it never pull's
(smoke) Itself. For durability, economy
and beauty It cannot be excelled. Call at
my More wjiure I have onu in constant
usij ami I shall be happy In explain Its
good working qualities, and I will nlo
tnko pleasure lu re fen lug to many par
ties who havo ll lu ue, nnd who pro
nounce it superior to nuy sto o they have
ever Used. C W. lii:iu:iiso.v.
171 Commercial avenue. Cairo, III,
1 1-23-d I in
It pays to trade at Uellhroii it Well, us
they have marked all their goods down
to suit the time, nnd luivu always a largo
and well selected stock of clothing. Wu
invite every onu to call on us before go
ing uNewhere. A good ensinet suit for
$0, at lluii.iutox tt Wt:ii,.
MNci'lliiiiPfiiis Item,
Assorted colors (intuitu Paper with
FnVclopcs lo match, at the DmxriN
olllee. tf
C. D. Arter oders his residence, on
Seventh street, for s-ale cheap. Terms
liberal. 11 24-li0t.
I'rrsll lliillliuoro ultrll ti.lKleri nt
the I'limlrrV llonir. Il.'is.ll
The only place III the city to get
real bargains lu the boot and .hou line
U at A. Black's shoe store. ii-ut-Iw
For rent Four rooms, corner Third
street and Commercial avenue. Inquire
ot Wm. Mcllale. 1M-U
Ladles', mens' and ehlldreu's but
toned, side laced and polMi shoes of thu
latest styles In all qualities ut A. Black'.
1 1-27-1 w
Wanted A girl to cook, vacli and
Iron lu a small family. Apply to .Mrs.
Foggltt, corner Seventh street and Jellcr
son avenue. 12-2-tl
TIip Alexiiiuler Ciilllily lluiilt Helln
oxeliUHKc on nil the irhielial rlllrt of
lliirupe. uml iillrml lo the rollerlloii
ofrlniiiiN uml rtiliites, eieeliilll,v In
(Icriiiimy. ll-'JI-lni.
A. Black is offering great bargains
lu ladles', mUses' and children's shoe.
Ho has the largest and lluest stock In the
city. 11 -127-1 w
For men's and boys' underwear, alo
men's and boys' bats and cans, Hell-
broil it Well's Is the cheapest place In the
wv.1 t Itttr till fl.,, rrHf-.
I'letli llnllliiKire hliell Mlri-v ill
die liiMlrrn' lluime. I l-2H.ll
The L'xcelslor patent boots are the
most stylish and neatly titling in the
market and sold only i't A. Black'.
1 1-27-1 w
Boys' call nnd kip boots of every
quality, at very low price., at A. Black's.
Do not fail to give him a call. It will
fully coinpenate you. no27-l w
Just received another new supply of
tboe cheap boys' clothing ami overcoat.
As this is a leading articlu with u, we
menu to undersell the cheapest lu the
ci y. Hkimuiox it Wr.u..
20,000 note hcnil., HO.OOO envelopes,
20,000 letter head, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads CarlMe paper just
received and for sale at the Bri.i.Kiix
olllee.
The bet black alpacas from 20 cents
to $1 nlo black casslinero for DO cents.
F.mpress cloth lu all colors for CO cents,
and the newest woolen plnids for 110
centJ, can always be found at Hcilbron it
Well's, 112 nnd lit Commercial avenue.
l'resh llitllliniirr shell o.mtrr nl
Ihr I'liinlrrH' Ilmme I l.'JH.tl
A Black guarantees every pair of hi
custom-made boots nnd shoes, and actu
ally exchanges a new pair lor any that
may rip or burt. This Is a fact that
should he noted by every person, espe
cially by tho-c lcllin of shoddy good
made lu Imitation ol custom work.
nov27-lw
If you want an economical heating
stove for wood and one of the handoin-
est stoves lu thu market, with illumina
ted front, buy the improved Evening
Star which took the blue ribbon at St
Louis Fair last October, over all others
on exhibition. For sale by C. W. Hen
derson, lot Commercial avenue, Cairo,
Illinois. ll-2$.d-lm
The most economical wear In line
shoes for ladies, misses and children are
those elegantly made extension sole shoes
at A. Black's. He hasa full line of thcin,
and charges no extra price. They are
thcrclore within the reach of everyone,
and every one should wear no other kind
of shoe, especially in the winter season.
Hcnieinber they are sold only by A.
Black, at thu City Shoe Store.
1 1-27-1 w.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
FOB HUNT.
Business house on I.evee, lately oc
cupied by Ciiiiiiliighnni it JsillluelJ.
Hiislne. lioiiu on f.evce, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man iV. Co.
Winter's Block- suitable for Hotel,
Otlices or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered -1, 7, S and 0, lu
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
month.
No. 10 (comer), 12 ."0 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixtli street, near Wash
ington avenue l rooms ?10 u month.
Store room lu "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Ilnlley.
Storeroom lately occupied by Howe
Sewing Machine Co., on Commercial
avenue, near Ninth street.
Two small Houses west of Twenty
seen ml street, near Pine, SI each per
mouth.
Dwelling house on Twellth, near
Walnut, (5 rooms.
Store room on Levee, abovo Klglith
itreet $20 per mouth.
Cottngu on Nineteenth street, near
Washington avenue at $S Win mouth.
Dwelling house on Sixth street ami
Jcti'ureou avenue.
Cppcr Iloor of brick building on
Commercial avenue, ubuvu Tenth street,
Very desirable.
Booms lu various parts ot the elly.
FOB LKASKOH SALH.
A number of Lots on l.uvre, above
Twelfth street, outside llro limits. Aio
a largo number of other Lots in dlllerunt
lix-alilles.
Lauds, lu tracts to suit, near Cairo.
S-18.tr.
jjfiyXX Amber nud White rag stock
euivlopesntthe Bui.i.HiiN olllee, prln'ed
$.1 CO and $1 00 per M.
I'Xohnuge for side on nil the princi
pal dtktfof Furopu at Knterprlsu Savings
Bank. IMuMm.
HcilbriniA' Well havu always ou hand
the best and largest stock ot Corsets lu
Ihu city. A good corset, grey or whltu at
10 cents.
l'or the Wcwkly iliillclin.
Persons withliig advertisements or lo
cal notices Inserted lu thu Weekly Bt'i.i.t:
nx, should hand lu thu copy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
RIVER NEWS.
IMrl f.lil.
Aiirivnii.
Stcnmer Jim Fik. Paducnh.
" Charles Morgan, Now Orleans.
Tow-boat F M. Norton, Ohio river.
Tug Oriole, Memphis.
liKI'AlirKli.
Steamer JlinFIsk, Paducnh.
" Chas. Morgan, Cincinnati.
IltVllll, WKATIII'.U ANIi llfSINUSS.
Thu river last night was 22 feet 8 2-.
inches on thu gauge, having fallen !l :U"
Inches during thu previous 21 hours.
Weather cloudy, foggy and disagree
able. Business dull.
(IK.NT.It.W. iii:m.
The F.ekert got back from Dogtooth
nt II o'clock yt sterility, having Ixcn de
tained by fog.
The lko liamniltt struck an ob
struction at ?hcep Maud and sunk, but
the St. Louis Hepubllean suy. her own
crew raised her again.
The Julia Is-allont at Sheep Maud,
but In a pocket and cannot get out.
The F.tnu had got by Liberty Island
and was at (Maud Tower night before
last.
Thu K. M. Norton, hound for St.
Louis with salt, ays up heie lor Hie
present.
Tlie Liberty No. I goes to I.ouls
IIIe. The tug Oriole, belonging to the St.
Bernard Coal company at Memphis, will
go on thu docks hero or at Paducah for
repair, it Is possible thu tug Laurel
may be chartered to take her place.
Capt. H. W. Dugaii has gonu to
Shrevepoat to look alter the W. .1. Bt
liau. The J. W. Garrett and barges added
nbout.'OO tons here.
II 1 rumored that Walter Penning,
of tlie Kvausville Packet company, con
templates matilmoiiy at an early day.
(.apt. Maglctt, or New Orleans, passed
to I. is home by rail yesterday, returning
from a six weeks' 1 1-1 1 to friends In Pitts
burg.
Capt. Jim Morris returned from St.
Louis yesterday with a hat broad enough
lu the rim for a wagon shed.
Mr. Sam Foster has been 111 for a day
or two, but Is recovering.
Wau Dki'aiitmcst. Hiven ItEi'Oiir,
. Dec. ?. 1S7.V (
AtlOVE
LOW WATiat. CIIAM1K.
HTA1IOX.
rr. in. it. in.
Cairo K! !i - .1
I'lttitliiirs: l s
Cltii'lmmt! 'Jl :l -1 T
tulivllli- to l a
Nuslivlll II il -2 r.
St. laml I l -
IAMI WaVMIN,
SVrKiiuit, SIkhhI strrvlrr, I. S. A.
oino POBTOPPICE.
Ofkick llouus From 7:110 a.m.
p.m.; Sunday from 7to0u.ni.
Order sjiOO a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
to 0:30
Money
Clottf
Arrives.
t.M. oi.
a.m. r.u
l:.Ki
llllnul Unlral It (
Kully.
MIm. t'niirul It II
lUllr.
Cairo A 1nct'tines
UU Dully
Culm, ArLuii'us A
Texas It It l.illy.
Ohio Itlvtr ltoule
Dully exc'lMuiuliiy
Mls ItiMT ltimtt'
Up, Hun. Tu. Frl
Diitrii.Tu Tliu Sat.
Till-In Uoutu
r'rl'tiy t fiitimlny
3:00
-:o5
loam )
iiiwiii
10:00
10:00
0:00
J.tw
5:00
1:00
0:00
6:U).
B;00
O. W. McKbaiii, I'. M.
m:w Aivi:iiriNi:.ni:xrs.
Administrator's Notice
ITISI'ATi: uf Iiym T. 1'iirLcr, tlfi'tiifOit.
li I he iiiuleraiifiuit liuvhiK I 'it'll uipohittil .Nil
minlUraturof tlieMtutiMif DyinT. l'lirker lull1
nl' tliv county of Alcxiiiiilvr mul Mult nf IllliinU.
ilt tr.iKftl, iivnuy irivr uoui'u uini lie will up-jn-iir
lirforr Hie rouiity rout t of Ali-xiiiiiler imiiii-
IJ , III liir l inill iimiw in lilt i ll in .uiif, nil
iiiiIii. nt llu' Julitiurv term, un Wu' thlril Slnniliiv
in .Ifitiinirv nl. ill wlllrll Hint' lltl l.'lm liuv-
iliK clliilnn unulnsl lil rstutu nre notlllnl un
triiut'HUil lo llliccii mr iiil jiuriinsu in iiiiviiik iin
'nine niljii-ttil. All -rsons inili'litiil to sunt rs
tale ure iiiUentrtl lo lunLe iiiiiniili:ile il"'l
to tne iiiiiivniKiiiii. . . .
Diiliil lliN aril ilur (ilTVri'inliir, A. I. !-.
ItUIII.lt r II. I I XMNliHA.M,
1 2-:i-i lii iv. A 1 1 in I ii la Im I u r
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
.rou-.
Puducah, Shawnootown, Evans-
, i t :i,n n:n.:Hnnt:
VlllUi AJUUlBV lllU, biumuuuu
and all way landings.
'Ihu unrivalled sulr-w heel slialuer
IDLEWILD,
I). O. KOW1.K11 Master.
Kd. It. Thomah Clerk.
Will leave Ktunstllle for Cairo el cry MONDAY
uitilTIHTUSIlAV at I o'clock li. 111.
Leaves Cairo every TUESDAY und t'ilIIAY,tt1
no clock p. in.
Tliu olcgaut aide-wlieel stunner
ARKANSAS BELLE,
IlkM HoWAItli Munltr.
Wait.wi n. I'm.iinutok l.lerU,
Will leuve Kvausville for Cairo every TUKS-
DAY unit FltlMAYut I o'eloek p. III.
Will lull e Cairo every M'KDMlaDAY nml SAT-
IMtDAY at U o'clock p. m.
'i lie eli'KMit mdii-W heel steamer
PAT. CLEBURNE,
.lcKN (iorir si''iSl''t
Mat. WlLMAtis LUtw,
Leaves Kvausville for Cairo every WKDNKS-
lltVanilSATIIIlAHVillftp. Ill
liw-JumorlrryVllUitMIA SUNDAY
BI U (I. Ill,
Knch boat make close eoiiiiecllotis ut Cairo
uiii. ti-i..i.i- ateuiiieis for St. Louis. Mem
phis mul New Orleans, and ut Kvausville with
tk K. it C. it. It I'ur all points North unit Kant,
aasl with the Louisville Mull .Steamers I'omiII
iioluts on the Upper Ohio, idvliiK" llii'iuinliii
cclpM on IH'IkIiU uml pjssenKirs to nil polnta
tributuiy.
1 1 for further hiforiunlloii apply to
" SOI.. SILVKIt, lW'HKir AkciiI.
HALLIDAYllltOS., (...,,
J, M, I'll 1 I.I.I 1S , AK""S'
Orlo ti .1. iiUAMMKIl,
Snpei'lnti niluiit and Cinieml r'reliclit 'Kcu''
lik-a--J0-ly . Kvausville liultanu.
Sh.un Drug Poisons.
MuiUcinu Rendered Uaoloss 1
Volta's Electro Belts and Bands
aie Indorsed by Ilio most eminent .physicians In
the world for Ihu niiol,rlieiiliulliii,lH'uralKl.l,
liter eoinnliilnt. ilvsnensia. kidney disease.
aches. iiiiIih, iiervous dlsoulora, Ills, feinale
foiiiplatiits, nervous uml miniiil dilillity, and
.i i.. ii .i i..i 1......1 ii. -
oilier eiiiouiniiiaviisiB in iiirtii'-t, un,.,, tiii-i,
slniiuuii, kldnevs und blond Hook Willi hill
particulars liee liy
Vlln Hell Co,, t'lut'liiiiiill,
Best Ever Offered!
Tho Crowning Trip of Alt.
GRAND
EXCURSION !
no-
Now Orlfcn
Vln MOBILE.
A Minip Trip lor I'.Tfrj limly. A
lirini'ily tilp to the tny u frse t'rt'fiil I lly.
to Ilie llruiiKf uml .MiiKuollii liriivt't til' uiir Imr
slid Uaiiltous Wuniiy Solilh, hiiiI tin- IniKruliI
the Inu-l ilMlKlitiiil, nuilclniin uml nlltnclUf
niun ur Ilie ear. , when .Sew Orlrnm, thu
gin-ell C ! Mini ALjrojiolN ol'llir Mouili. mul tli
prldcon Ii mi,r,iH ill lit enllli or lift-. Imal
iiom uml rtiiuiy, and clolliwl ii nil ii. 'J ininciil
I. lory nml plrmlur.
On Kriil.iy, llt't t iiitt'r 17, IsTS, at f nm.,ii
Slwi'illl tl .1 III. Willi unill anil Klrat.ll..- I.. .
roiiiiniMl.itloni In i-nry ni(l, Itic-lmlltijc I'l I
iiiiiii I'nlnce lcpiiij( t'oiu'lie.. ami mi elivaut
ami wi'll kfit littrt'sliiiient Condi, will Imvu
.uiiiiiiiiiih i , on mr .iioniie ,v tiiuo rnllroml,
and run Ihrnimli tn Nf u- iiriitiiia. nuLiinr
al """"' " im me Mv i irlniim nnd
.Molillr railroad, oiieor the llimt roadi In the
L mint ."-tuttu, nuinlnir liom Mohlle to New Ur
Irani out one ut tlie mini Unillirnl, tare, r
inanl cniid Mllracttir srclignsnr Ilie country,
that tin; r)retrrlx.irld, Ik-Iiik nlmnsl iic.intili
ii.il pulliuny ol rnr, nild llnwers and rer
Krirns, prrliunnl liy id,, rli h nnd rare IniRrntice
nl'tl.u llnniRf and .Mnirnollu liintr Uml Her. ii
Ilttuoin to the line or ronl on either iMr,
nlinmt all Ihe wjy I'roin ilnhllr to Sew Orlt-.ms
In Kliort it would uipilru the pen of nil liij ii cl
writer, ore ill lorth Ihe lmii!iiiiiri it n tm.i itrli
a mis Hard liy Ui Id In liU Ixiiiitinil drsc rlpllon
of Ihe l.oliliii Ace In paint the picture nr ilnjwi
life In thu tlerrlpllou nt Ihia loely pailotolir
uipi uini incr i ma nr naie a iuiyiii:iii iuii,
leuTlnicMulillealio.lt .'!) .atlird.iy innrnliu,
unit nrrWItiit In New Orleans about 3 ii.ni ol" Ihe
name day.
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP:
TO NIAV Olti.KA.VS AMI IIKTI'II.V.
I'riini ('(iliiinl.iH, Ky., nnd between lliiin
1KIII1I II HU LOIIlllllllH , . ,r. 1AI
i'roin lliiiubolt and betwetu Corlntlinud
IllllllliOlt .. II CO
from C'orlnlli nml betuccn Arlesti mid
Curinlli. 16 no
Kroiu Arlenlii and lietwien Meridian and
Arti'ia nro
l'rom Meiidiun - . IW
IO MlllJII.K AND IIKI l lt.V,
Krnin CdIiimiIhh, Ky., uml lietwccn Hum
IhiIiIiuiiiI t'oliiiiilius .$ 9 OU
Krnm llimilMitiltnnd betwein Corinth and
IliiiuUoldt 8 ()
l'riiin Corinth nnd liftmen Artrsia and
Corlulli T 01
Kiom Altcsla mitl between Meridian nnd
Artriln o w
r roiu .'iiTiuiuii vj
Under Four Year. I'ree.
'l'ii'krts will lie on rule nl M Hie principal sto
llnnsontlie Mobile .t Ohio niilroad, beluttii
.Meridian, MU.., Columbus, liy .. alto at l.'alro,
I'uducali. Metropoll. Mayllcld, I'lillnu, 1'iirls,
'I'enn., McKiiuie, Milan, Hrownavllle, Mrm
nhii and iirobablv oilier lowua In boulliern Ken-
lurkv nml llllnol. H'hI Twnicusre. .Nnrlli .Mla-
9laliii and .N'ortli Alakama.
Sale of tickets will roiiunenre Dieeinber 1st.
ami contlnneiip lo the departure of the milium
llir iiiuiiiuiK ui nit: 1.111,1,111. nii.uiiijuuiiiiuiin
wlllbuaiiiiiluforaiiy number thut mnybopur-
cliaM'd.
Ticket, will lie snnd nil Micclal train. Detein-
berl. Hood retiirnlnuon any train nr date un
til Heccmlicr3Ut, Incluatie, thus ullowlns eiery
nno tu return nt nlenMire, nnd compelling no one
to remain lout; lliau they wish.
Krur.lont relurnlm; froniXuw Orleans are
nltoitetl to rtop titer ut Ileliml. Il.iy St l.oiil.
I'ii-b Clirlsllim, Oceiin. Springs, rnscaffoiila, ami
other ili'HKhtliil nnd jiopuiarwaierinKpiiitvs anu
piacei. ol reaon auuuim on ine imv iiiiu tniii
Coast, and ulonp tlie line of ratlroad irom New
urieitus in .iionue.
Special nrrnuneineiits lime Ihtu niaile with
tlie verv iM'St hotels in Xttv Orleans nml Mobile
to biianl KxcurilonlBls at tfivatly lediiretl i-atea
while hi the cities Arniiieincnt have also
been made with all the leadlnif llinitreii, opera
Iiouk', omnibus und tianHVr IIiim, yle.iiure
HeamerJ, etc., nt Kit-ntly reduced rail s, for tliu
lH'nellt of this Kiitir-lon. thus cmblnlii econ
omy with pleasure throughout the entire trip.
This is ii rare opportunity fur business Men, "
rw it tUu-uln M-nrcliot lAMMiwe, nndn tilp lu
w Inch huslne-s nnd plrasmr enn 1 easily and
il.'iiKimile riniibiiinl. 'I lie ntlentlon of Ilium-
tiles in iarliculr. is alao Uirecll lo lliis.nstit is
rei'lalnlv the most rhaiiiiliiK and allractite Irip
for lliani Ihut luiseier )et been gotten up. ;
l'lirlii'S ileshriilni; tn inaLetlie trill arereuuest-
ed lo bur Iheir tlclets at the earliest imsaible
day, aiitf n an lliducrnieiil A r rent, ilbeount
will ue iiiaiieon un jiuiciiases maue ntioir me
I!! of lleielllber.
hotjm'd Tim?
-ANll-
RETURN
$20.00 TO $24.00
V'or Hie benellt of those IsliliK to exteud (lie
trip las Texas, an nrniupeiiient has been made
with MorKUii'i lulhoud uml iiuiitnlllceut line of
Ocean bttaiucrs, to irj putties ot tills Kxcur
slcin from er Orleans lo l.utleutiin nnd ivtuiii
lur fi in. Includhiv; im uls nnd state roams on
bond Hie stcuiueis (tor a number not Irs than
ii.) Any number less than M will he I5 to,
ArnuiKNiirnli will be maile with oilier rail
roads fur I ti I ii cis I line, runiifctlhit with the Kx
riirsitiii on Hint liny, alio witli the steamers cou
iii'ClliiuutColuiiibiil. For further information address
U. L. COLLINS, Trczovant, Teun.,
Qoncral Manager of Excursion, or
E. A. COLLINS, Milan, Tonn.
THE GRAND GOLDEN SHAW
INQ AND GRAND PRONENADE
CONCERT WILL COMX OFF
DURING OUB VISIT TO THE
CRESCENT CITY.
Tickets for ealo by
JOHN H. JONES,
I. C. B. B. Depot, Cairo, III.,
And liy Hallroad Agent I at VlncennM, Carl.
Ml. Caruwi and Grujvllle,
5 l!efre.liment Uron KM-nri TrJu far
n-iit apply to I', l fulllu,Treitnt, i.iw,
lllW-lt

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