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1CAf.0N WUOK, NO. 51,
KnlifhMtif I'ythliu, inittKitrry Krl
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1 lllDHa Hull .I.Vo tl tioMUAK.
i li.iiiu.llor Cotmnuinler.
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-T.CT5Si?l". iambi etery 'lliuimlny n'Klit
!;. iillulf-puMsiiitii, In their hull on
Mill,, 'I .1 KHlTII N, (J,
. AlllO KNXAMl'itKNT, t. O. O. K, , inl
wHnUiorrlliw' Hull on the Diet ami IhilU
iiiwu) in eury month, nt hall-just ,itm
'Xo, II. Oiilm v, a I'.
t AIIlor.OIKji:. NO.!tl7,A.r. .V A. M.
i7viff Hohl iCKHlur riininiinlrcitloiM In Ma
hoiile Hull, miner Coiiuoeiciul uwnuf
'ami l.ii?hih hIimI, on the second uml
mum .Mommy or earn irionlN
A fllll Itllll Old'
'lo Cowpcithwaitifc rhilllpx lo try tho-e
Sold BucUc, elgare.
U'itlrrirN it tt ! I'lniincl.
Wu oiler at reduced ratci, beat blael,
waterproof, at IK) runt".
ilm.imoN A. Wr.ii,.
II ( !.
A. Italic has removed to lil-t new
Wm: room, 115 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's lllock, and next door to
the Arab engine liou-c, where he will be
pleased to see all Ids old customers and
ax many new ones. IKiO-tf
(Cvcrybody to klioM tht the plave to r,et--A
A good nliampoit,
A fashionable hair-cut,
Or anything In that line,
In nt the UltANK Cr.Mlut. HAltHKll-llol-,
corner r.t(;lilh and Commercial.
tCi-tf .1. tlKOIIIIK SlKlNHOUfil.
I'liileruntr ! 1,'uilerM cur !
Ladies' and chlldrcns' titidcrware, me
rino as well as iiiimIIii can he found
helper anil better at llellbrou it Weil's
than any where In the eity, A good me
rino undershirt and drawers for boys
only 00 cents; a good merino iet and
liunti, for ladies (dy $1.
A IMIll I'llirt- lO IIII.V.
A. Ilalley'n new store I certainly one
of the best anangiil of the Kind to be
found in the eity, and what, i U'tter, he
lias -o arranged hi prices that many n re
taking advantage of thu opportunity ot
tered to bu.i stoic", tinivnru, tic., cheaper
tlun ( ver known in Cairo. Call on Hal
le , 11 A (. ommerci.il avenue, next doorto
t'li Arab tngiiiu hou-i-. y-IJO-t f.
Vniii'p or iti'iiiiitiii.
. K'odi has removed his boot and
hoe .'hop from the old stand to hi
iii w brick building (one block Itelow),
2o. 90 Commercial avenue, lx'twcen
Filth and Sixth street.", where he will
keep the hot home made and St. I.onl
mi -torn made boots and shoes, made of
the bet material ; good woikmanihlp
anil In the lateU Myv, All orders
promptly attended to. U-'.M-tt.
A I'lni- Sim It.
Win. Killers desires to infonu his pat
rons and the public generally, that he ha
i.ow on h.uid a large stock of French and
dimmi Culf, Kip and .Morocco, and i
prepmed to manufacture, tor store and
ollk'o wear, the thn-i-t of Morocco or Call
Sklu bhocs or Hoots; and for fanner-,
d'aymeii and out-door vvcargenernlly, hl
ir 'i Kip tiinil" alo anything eier
oil rm in Ilii-s mirket. Ills Last' arc of
th U'cst style, anil he cm L'tiaratilco a
r. Uatlifatiou to all his patrons.
Ni-W tleiil Murl.t.
Jacob Waller- imil ClirN Aiitliui, two
ot oui well-known butchers havu ao
riatr I logetlier and under the linn name
of Jacob Walter it Co., have opened a
meat market on the north iite of Kigluh
street, In I'hil llowaidold stand. 'I'lil
Millliea lirst-clas uiarkei in eery re--pert,
a-the names ol the proiirleioi's
juarantie--a market whero the ehok-et
ot cut meals, steaks, roat of beaf, mut
ton, pork and venl-on ; together with
air.ige, bacon, etc., will he scried out
to ( ustomers in a neat and satisfactory
manner All their old fi lends or new ne
(jiialutances ate Invited to call and see
them. 1CKI0 tf
A No. I LiiuiHliy.
It Is now conceded tli.it .Mr". Coleman,
the launilres, .Ne, 12 t'oiirth street, be
tween Washington .t Coiiiincrcinl aventies,
haii one uf the licit cnndiiutcd luumlry (
tuhlMimuiit in tho city, find landlords ot
hoteln und lio.irding lioii-ui Mill Hint it to
their silvuntaga to call upon her.
Her prices ale its follows : Hotel Hint
lioarilltig-hoiibo washing, "i cents per
dozen. Kol piece wolk prices are
us lollowv: AIiikIo t-tiii t and col
l.ir, 10c; per dozen SOej sock" Tic; two col
lars, fie; two hanilkerelilels, fie; vest." 20c;
r.r.il all ('ontlcnicii's wear, W)e, per
ilo.en. I.nillcs' dresses, 'J.'i to fiOc;
skirts 10 to 'JOc; drawers 10 to trie; two
pair hoso fie; two collars 5 to 10c, Far la
illei plain clothe tl On per dozen; tor la
dles lino clothes, $1 'J.'i per dozen; done
ilraiuptly, and pumiptlv delivered. Pa
tronage solicited S-ai-lin
Tills Is a now vtyle of picture now be
ing produced by Win. Winter, the artist,
ot this city. ThiM' pictures are creating
much IntercEt In all tho principal Knstern
mid Western cities, being altogether new.
They aro unliko photographs, being
laiscd and beHUtlfully enameled over the
entire Mirlace, fcolt in lone, ,ut diHtinet lu
tho lights and f Imdes. No ouo who kccs
them falls, toadmlro lliein, or to give the
artist an in dor. Wo havu been shown a
number of Hcture.s of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of tho city, nud have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. n would therefore advlso all
who take Interest In such mutters or dc
siro pictures, to call upon .Mr. Winter at
his gallery and examine his work in this
new branch of tho shadow-capturing art.
Kverybody nhould call on Hcllhron it
Well and examine their fall. stock of ladles
mid mlssc cloaks, just received from
New York, beforo going elsewhere. As
wu make a hpechdty of theso goods, we
cuu offer Inducement.
IlEJMtltO.V . Wkii..
,srxi)A v, ni:cK.Mni:it n, wr.
it.irrs or .tvi:itnsi.j.
LfAII liilU fur ml wrtiaititf. uicdaeulid my
able I.V AtiVANcE
'I iHii'li-nt ndifrtlinf( will lie lmcrti,l lit llm
rale or II l per fimre for Hie Ilist hirrtioii
and at cf nts for each iiIj-oMciiI one. A lllicml
ilHConnt u III l. nude onstnndliiK ami dlipluy
(.'Imrcli, Society, Kestivnl nml .Suik.t noticfi
will only ik ln-crtnl us iidMTli'i inr nl.i
for Irii-crlinK rum-rut notice Sjt , .Votlccof
im-elliiif of socictli-a or -cn-t outers W ccnt.i for
No udiirtlrrinciit will be ricciMt at less tlian
i ton linen or inoro, Irmtri toil
' ill thu liullntln tin iollown:
Ono iiiRRrtton pur lino .1 Cants.
Two liiBurtionHporllmi 7 OnlH.
Three tiiHnrtloiiH ior lino 10 Cents.
Six Inuoitlons pnr lino ID CoutH.
Two woekn per lino 2D Cents.
Ono month tier lino . 118 CoutH.
No Ilmluctton will be made In above
I. (Mill IVi'ullirr llr,nrl.
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iiTX'iint, Sluiinl Sen Ice, IJ. S .1.
lluyyour (Julck Veast at New oik
Store, received tre-li dally at wholeale
md retail. l'J-.VJot
.Madame KiioU's feiualo niliiislrcl
troupe will appear at the Atheneuiii on
the night ol the twenty-fourth.
There will be a regular meeting of thu
cltv council held on Tuesday evening
next. Ibisiiie-- of Importance will be
'I lie l.atcsl.
All the latest styles of gents' and boys'
hate, at ruinous prices, nt D. Ilartmau's,
eornwr .Sixth and Commercial avenue.
Come and sec me. l'J-.Vtf
Veiy few lioats arrived at the lauding
ye.-tcrday. A den-e fog has overhung
the river for the last two or thiec day-,
preventing steamers from eutiiiitig
.1! ol I it.
Kceue into Jcbratene Jati- Is cene jute
Turkey lunch this afternoon at I
o'clock, at Jacckel's, oppodte the i!ri.Li
i i.v olllcc.
Alleiillmi ! Dealer.
We have four doen imitation Kbony
Spnigue Can-Oiieiiers, taken lor adver-
tl-lng, which wu will sell at two dollars
per dozen. Inquire at llulletin olllcc.
On next I'rlday night, a dance under
the auspices of the Taylor Literary Club,
will come oil' at the St. Charles. Jt
prouil.-cs to be well attended, and a good
time I- anticipated.
The place to get the be-t, cheapest and
largest a-sortinent of Alapaens is at D.
Ilartman' dry good story, corner Sixth
treet and Commercial avenue.
A ill;,- 'riling.
The excur-lou to .Mobile and New Or
leans and return, an uccoitntof which ap
pealed In the P.rt.MMiN ot yesterday
moiuiug. pronii-e" to be a big alVair
Fare for the round trip I" onlv twelve
iteml ! Itniil :;
The liiu-st a"orliiient of L'en(' vmitli.'
and hoys' clothing, which we will sell
chonncr than can be boilL'ht anvu bete In
the city, at D. Ilartmaii', corner of Sixth
street ami Commercial avenue, li'-.'-tl
Ilnril in IVorK.
The ladies of the Church of the i!e-
deeiuer are hard at wotk preparing for
their fair and festival to be held on tho
nights of the nth and 10th, in Thornton'
block, on Tenth Street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. Let
K. V. Wilson, one ot the mot eloquent
speaker of the day. will lecture lu Lib
eral Hall and give tests and leading ol
character, .Sunday morning at 10 o'clock,
iind at 7:110 o'clock p. m. Co and hear
for yourself. l'.'-l-it
.Mlllllici.v ! .lllllllici'.v !
The largest and best selected slock ot
Millinery can bu found at lleilhron &
Well'" at greatly reduced price", coibl-l-Ingof
line llowers, whig", leathers, velvet,
valour and ornaments. Special attention
is called to our lluoof ()"lrleh Feather in
nil color., from $1 to S7, the largest hi
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe, of Tin: ltt'i.i.i.i in-, miles" the
-aine Is made on a written onler signed
by llio president or secretary of the coin,
puny, and we will accept no orders given
by mi employe of the company, for any
('.Willi Ill'I.I.KI'IN COMI'ANV.
November It). LS7.V II
The !. eel ores.
A series ol four lectures are yet lo be
given under the auspices of the Library
Association, as lollows:
Dee, 7tli Alks Unto Thompson;
" 1 Itli-llon, W. II. (liven ;
" L'lst .Mrs. (i.(J. Alvord;
" lth-Dr. Iloraco Warduer;
Jan. Ith-Dr. G.(l. Parker.
llie weather lor the'past twenty-four
hours has been of the most disagreeable
character, lialn, tx i0Wt co,(, (1,.zzlg
rain, the meanest kind of a rain, prevailed
throughout tho day yesterday, ,m at
night the streets and street crossings
were in u deplorably bad condition.
This Information Is thrown out for the
bciiellt of the Sun.
Tin- Ceiilemiliil AftKirliitlan.
There will be a business meeting of the
Woman's Centennial Aoclatlon at tho
resilience ol Mrs. Wood liltlcnhoiisc. on
.Monday afternoon, December Oth, at J
o'clock. Jt Is urged upon all the ladles
Interested ill this work to be present upon
1,. J. Ui i iiiMiorsi:, .Secretary.
I.lneiciii' n( Home.
Hon. I). T. l.luegar returned from
Hpringllehl yesterday afternoon. lie
was nroiiud among his friends last night,
apparently as happy and jolly as ever.
He says It is not true that Man Munn's
trial is set to commence In the l iilted
States district court at .St. I.ouis on next
.Monday. It Is not known yet when
.M linn's ttial will he had.
I'euieinber .St. Nicholas' day, Decem
ber !th (to-morrow), will be celebrated
at the corner of Fourteenth street and
Washington aientic. .Mls l.ula IMilllIps
will welcome all the children ol the city.
The vei liable .St. Nicholas will make his
appearance, at 7 p. in., to give them a
foretaste of what Is to come at Christmas
time. Admls-lon only ten cents, the pro
ceeds to be donated by Jll l.ula to the
Ladles Centennial Association.
Tlie.v'ic (lot l.
For ciery description of line and beau
tiful Jewelry, of the very latct patterns
1. r i . 1 I ylutit ff lu lltl'lur- 11 r tit tujrnv
ot Klghtli street and Wa-hlngtoii avenue,
'i'hls llrm lia" Jti"t received one of the
largest and best stocks ever brought to
Cairo which they are selling at the very
lowe-t prices. All will do well to giie
them n call before buying at other places.
'I lie i:nlei lillliliK iK.
The entertainment to lie given at the
Atheneiim on Tuesday evening next
proml-es to be an affair of more than
unusual interest to those who attend.
The ex'ercl'es will be of a character en
tirely different from every other enter
tainment given during the; season. It Is
to bo hoped there will be a full attend
ance. The proceeds derived from the
entertainment aie for Hie bcnclit of the
.See 'I'll em .
Under Krolhers, jewelers, corner of
Flglitli street and Washington avenue,
is one of the oldest and most reliable
business linns in Southern Illinois. They
have the bet ot workmen In their estab
lishment, and manufacture to order any
thing in their line with dispatch and of
the llnest material. Their Moek'of jew
elry is elegant and is one of the largest
and bet ever brought into the State.
A I'nulc In I'oullry.
For the last week the market bus been
overstocked with d.esstd poultry and
game of all kinds, and dealers have found
ltdlllicult to dispose of receipts. The
change In the weather on Thursday cre
ated a perfect panic in chickens, turkeys,
and dres'ed game. Chickens could be
purchased lor almost nothing and tur
key at prices ranging from twenty-live
to seventy-live cents. It was dirllcult to
dispose of game at any price.
Whether there was more than tlie)isual
amount of business transacted yesterday
we are unable to say, but if appearances
amount to anything, then we should
judge than our merchants did a very fair
day's trading. The levee, as well as
Commercial .and Washington avenues,
and the cross streets were thronged witli
people huriylng hither and thither, all
eagerly bent on bu-lness of some kind.
May-be there was not mote than the
usual amount of business done, but ap
pearance seemed to indicate the contrary.
A report was in circulation yesUrday
and last night to the effect that
.Mr. llagnell, contractor for the construc
tion of the new Invee. had iplit work and
thrown U)i his contract. Though It was
late when the report reached the lifi.r.K
i in olllcc, a reporter at once set to work
to n-eertaln whether there was any truth
in the report. .Mayor Winter and other
eity olllclals were interviewed on the sub
ject, and all asserted that there was no
truth In the rumor, or if true, they were
not appraised of the (act. There is prob
ably no truth In the story.
Another Killer lal n men I.
And now we are told the Ladles' Cen
tennial Association aie making arrange
ment" for a grand etcrtaiuiuent for the
benellt of the Centennial fund. This.Is a
move hi the right direction. Thero Is
any amount of literary, theatrical and
musical talent lu tho city that might be
e.'ill'ted lo take part in an entertainment
lor this purpo-e. A performance u-cond
to none ever given by the ladies of Cairo
can be Inaugurated it the managers of
the Centennial A"soeiatlou go to work In
the proper spirit and with a determina
tion to make it a success. Let us have
thu entertainment by all means.
Mini, Very Mu.
Work on the now levee continues to
"draw its slow length along" very slowly,
which fact may, lu a great measure, be
attrihutbd to unfavorable weather that
has prevailed for the, last two or three
weeks. Another ie:iou that tho work
does not progress tnoro rapidly is, that
the forev employed to do the work Is not
siilliclcnt. So that between tho bad
weather. and the small force at work on
the levee, thero N a very strong proba
bility that thu work will not he completed
within the tlmu specllled hi the contract,
and If It should not bu, then what?
Why, wu will have a llr.st-cUs" Inunda
tion. That's all.
The inot beautiful stock of Jewelry to
bu found in .Southern Illinois, is now
on exhibition and for salo by Under
Id-others. They are prepared to furnish
buyers with any article that may be desir
ed, and warrant satisfaction, Thoy manii
laeturu lo order watches, clocks, rings,
lockets, and everything that may bu de
sired, and for prolloienoy lu making fair
work, they stand second to none lu the
country, dive them a call, and sco for
Worthy of Amlidince.
There Is a family living on the comer
of Ninth street and Jcllerson avenue,
w ho arc certainly objects ol charity. The
faintly consists ol husband, wile and two
small children. The husband and father
Is an Invalid, and unable to per
form any kind of labor. The
mother Is a veakly, sickly creature,
with a child at the breast. For the last
week the family have been stipportud by
their neighbors, who have kindly fur
nished them wi'.h food mid lucl. Those
of our people who feel charitably dU
po'ed will llud lids poor family worthy
ol all the assistance they may feel In
clined to bestow upon them.
As usual, I'hll Sanp, the king of Cairo
confectioners, lits come to the front rank
with the largest and best stock of toys
and candles ever brought to the city.
For two weeks, he has been at work
night and day, arranging the pre-ents
and good things which have been arriv
ing daily in large iiuantities, and he is
now prepared to furnish parents with
presents and sweetmeats for their little
ones suitable for Clilstmas presents, at
the very lowest prices. Ills stock of
French and American caudles Is une
qualled lu Southern Illinois, and bis
stock of toys Is unusually large, and of
the best and strongest make. No otic
should buy before Inspecting his store,
'liev ho i(ire to find what they
Kellglous .services at the Methodist
church, corner ol F.lghth aud Walnut
streets, nt the Usual hours to-day, l!ev.
Ollham, lu the pulpit. The public are In
vited. Sunday school at three o'clock,
At the Presbyterian church, Klghtli,
between Walnut street and Commercial
avenue, there will be services morning
and evening at the regular hours. A
general Invitation to all to attend. Sun
day ichool at three o'clock, p.m.
The Rev. Chas. A. Gilbert will con
duct services at the Church ot tho Re
deemer, Fourteenth, between Walnut
street and Washington avenue this morn
ing ami evening. At the erenlng service
Mr. (filbert will take for his subject,
"The Voting American." Sunday school
at .'I o'clock, p.m.
licforeJ .1 lllnl, Police .lliislstrate J
J. II. Williams lias been in town sev
eral days ; he Is a stranger here aud a
good ways from home, so he thought he
would "take a little spree" aud "the
folks at home would never know any
thing about It." 1U started out, but be
fore he got half through with his bout,
vm captured by Olllccr I.a Hue, and his
honor lined lilm live dollars aud costs on
a charge of disorderly conduct. At last
accounts Williamson was out hunting
somebody to go Ids security.
Olrty Carter and Relic Dudrldgc,
"nymphs ot the pave," were arrested on
Friday night by Olllccrs Wootten and
Sargent on a cliargo of loitering about
the streets and frequenting dram shops.
They were taxed each live dollars and
costs, which they paid and went on their
Ho me Thief Arrileil.
From a private letter received from
Johnson county, we learn that on last
Monday evening Slierill Carter, of that
countv, arrested a man named Samuel
Mulkey. on a charge of horse stealing.
Mulkey was taken before R. M. Fisher,
Kq., when at the request of the State's
Attorney, C. M. Dainron, the preliminary
hearing of the ease was postponed until
Thursday. On Thursday, Mulkey was
again taken before Squire Fisher, who,
alter hearing the evidence, held him to
ball in the sum ol $.800. Failing to give
bond, Mulkey was locked up in the
county Jail. The delendaut is well
known In Johnson county, where he has
lived for many years, aud heretofore
borne a good character. The evidence
atralust him Is said to be conclusive, and
there can be no doubt of bis guilt.
Tho Johnson county circuit court,
Judge D. J. llaker, presiding, will con
vene on Monday, to-morrow, December
Miss llattle Wheeler, who has been
away from Cairo for some time, has re
turned. Mr. Sam. Foster is again conllned to
his room at the St. Charles hotel, because
.Mr. J. P. Matbis, teacher of ouo of
thu public schools near Villa Ridge, was
in town yesterday.
John I!. Uest, ot Cincinnati, was u
guest at the St. Charles yesterday.
F. C. Cauda, ot the Cairo and St.
I.ouis railroad, was lu the city yesterday.
He put up at the St. Charles.
I.. II. Clark, chief engineer, and C.
A. Heck, division superintendent of the
Illinois Central railroad, wore among tho
arrivals at the St. Charles yesterday.
Capt. .1. II. Tschndl, of St. Louis;
Dr. A. Ii. Klnkead. Paducalt; T. II.
Moutagiila, Cincinnati; L. II. Ilosklus,
St. Louis; T. II. Cotton. C. W. Miller,
A. M. Mcllaln and (i. 11. Urcen, New
Vork ; Charles 1$. Ryan, AlemphU, ami
R. R. Stiuson, Anna, Illinois, were regis
lercd at the St. Charles yesterday.
Altciillmi Sir UiiIkIiIm.
Vou are hereby notified that
rj inciiiiiiii.il i;uui:i.iiu ui viiiro
J i- , v.. l ir rii
ur uoiumiiiiiieij , .iu, i.i, iv, j
will be held at tho Asylum,
corner F.lghth street nml Com-
nierclal avenue, on Monday evening, the
Cth lust., at 7:110 o'clock, sharp, for the
election of otllcers, etc.
Visiting Sir Iviilghta are Invited to at
tend. C. W. Dunkinii, K. U.
F. ICorsmeyer, Recorder.
Ernie jute jcbratene Jans Is cene Jutu
Turkey lunch this afternoon at -I
o'clock, at Jnuckel's, opposite thu Hiii.i.k
.New York Ntoro
Sells best soda crackers at" cents per lb
by the box ; also very choke mlnce-nient
uud apple butter. I'J-.l.'.'Ot.
r recent I I'rcvrnt!
Tho last chance to get yixircallco dress
ymtfi by buying $7 worth of dry goods
at llellbrou & Well's.
J nit Heels eil.
New hanij, breakfast bacon, buck
wheat Hour, cranberries, plums, ralseti",
currents, at the New Vork Store.
Ou i lliirtiiiiinN,
If 3oil want to get a good and cheap
Utick or Kid ft love, at New York prices,
be sure and go to D. Ilartmaii'.", corner
Sixth street and Commercial aTcnuc.
F.eiie Jute Jcbratene Jans Is eeue Jute
Turkey lunch this afternoon at I
o'clock, at Jacckel's, opposite the P.t i.i.K-
Calico remnant ntfl cent'' a yard,
llf.ii.iiiin.v & Wi:n..
1 IJ and 111 Commercial Avenue.
Two thousand pounds fancy, choice
mixed and toy candy for sale at the New
Vork Store by wholesale and retail.
Ni'M "Vt'iir'H Hull.
Neujalir's-Ball zur F.rocffnung der neueii
Turnhalle, am Sylvesterabond, den
ilJl... Jw, Jw7'.. In .lulu I'njjliili '
New-Year's ball in celebration of the
opening of the new Turners hall, .Yew-
Year's F.ve, Ulst December, 1S7".
The Clly llnhrry.
Attention is called to the card of the
City Rakery, to be found lu this Issue.
Mr. llehsackcr. the proprietor, has by
industry and fair dealing, established a
lucrative iminc. When you want any
thing in his line gic him a call.
Kfr IIiIiik for tlillilren!
llellbrou it Well can do better In the
line of children'. dres-cs, christening
robes, zephyr bonnets and cap", merino
French bonnets and caps, coney bonnets
and caps ; also a full and complete lineot
children's merino and waterproof cloaks
than any one else tills side of Chicago;
md by examining these good., we con
vince you that we mean what we say, a"
our motto Is small protlt and quick sale".
Hi'.ii.imo.N & Wr.ii..
Adrian II. Mullcr, Auctioneer.
hVAIHO CITY PROPF.RTY STOCK'
Adrian II. Midler & Son will sell ut
auction on Wednesday, December Sth.
1S7.J, at 1'2:'J0 o'clock at the Kxchange
Sales Room, No. Ill llroadwny New
York City, for account of whom it may
concern 10.1 shares Cairo City Property.
Stock-$100 each. 1 l-'J0-7t
Mlocclliiiic on IleniK,
Assorted colors Granite Paper with
Kavclojies to match, at the lii i.i.ini.v
C. D. Artcr oflers his residence, on
Seventh street, for sale cheap. Terms
liberal. 11 lil-'JOt.
Kreuli Itiilllmoru ohi'll ojsli rs ill
tho IMiuitcr' llouvc. ll-'Js-tl
Lonsdale Muslin at eleven cents pet
yard at D. Hartnian's. l-2-.l-tf,
For rent Four rooms, corner Third
street and Commercial avenue. Inquire
ot Wm. Mullale. l'M-tt
--For the cheapest and best Ulankcts,
White and Grey, go to Hartnian's.
The Alexander County Iliuik elli
r'liuii;cii nil the principal ellle of
i:uriiie, nml ntleuili lo the collection
orclHlnm nml entitle. epcclullly In
Ueriiiiiuy. II -'J I-1 in.
For men's and boys' underwear, also
men's and boys' hats and caps, llell
brou & Well's Is the cheapest place lu the
city. A good merino suit for 75 cents.
Frruli Iliilthnoro hhell oylfrs nt
IhelMHUlern' IIuiimc. ILUH-II
Just received another new supply of
If you want anew and good slilrf,
either while, colored or chciiote, less
than they can be purchased at the manu
factory, go to Harttnun's. LM-tf
those cheap boys' clothing and overcoats.
As this Is a leading artlclu with us, we
mean to undersell the cheapest In the
cl y. Ilr.iuiiioN & V uu..
Choice New Orleans sugars and syr
ups at the New York Store. IM-'JOt
t!0,000note brads, 110,000 envelopes'
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper just
received and for sale at the lli'i.i.r.n.N
Buy your groceries at the New Yoik
Store, cheapest place lu Cairo lWi-'JOt
The. best black alpacas from 20 cents
to $1 also black cassimero for W) cent".
F.mpiv6s cloth in all colors for f0 cents,
and thu newest woolen plaids for HO
cents, can always be found at llellbrou A
Well's, 1 12 and 11 1 Commercial avenue.
I'ichIi llHlllniore shell oynlrrN ill
the I'liuilcr' limine I !'.!. II
It you want an ecououilc.il heating
stove for wood aud onu of thu handsom
est stoves In thu market, with Illumina
ted front, buy thu Improved F.venlng
Star which took tho blue ribbon nt St.
I.ouis Fair last October, over all other
ou exhibition. For salu by O. W. Hen
derson, Kit Commercial avenue, Cairo,
Illinois. . ll-'-'S-d-lm
jm-X"X Amber mid White rag stock
envelopes at the Hiii.i.ktix olllce, printed
j;i 50 uml $1 00 per M.
I'urs t I'iii-h t
Wu are now prepared to offer great
bargains In ladles' and cliildrens' furs ot
all styles. Children's sets, mull's and
boa, at only $1 a set. ,
lIi:ii.iiiio. iV i:n
lor the Meekly lliilli-liti.
Persons wishing advertisements or lo
cal notices Inscitcd In tho Weekly Bri.i.i:
tin, should, hand In the copy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
It pays to trade ut llellbrou it Well, as
they have marked all their goods down
to suit tho time", and havu always a large
and well selected stock of clothing. Wo
Invito every one to call on us before go
ing elsewhere, A good caslnet suit for
$0, nt IIkii.iiiiox & Wku..
1000 sheets of bristol board just re
ceived at Hie Ut i.t.KTt.v olllce, and lor
sale to the trade.
I'lly if Culm,
colored and varnished, for snlo nt hall
price (S.'.oO) at the Rn.i.KTiN' olllcc.
The Revolution as a base burning
stove tor bituminous coal, needs no puff
ing from the subscriber and It never pull's
("inoke) itself. For durability, economy
and beauty It cannot be excelled. Call at
my store where I have one In constant
use and I shall be happy to explain Its
good working qualities, and I will also
take pleasure In referring to many par
ties who have it lu use, ami who pro
nounce It superior to any stoic they have
ever used. C. W. Hi:.nhkiiov.
171 Commercial avenue. Cairo, III.
We will sell, hereafter, our goods at
the following prices, and solicit the pat
ronage Of tl" imMU i
Family brands, per can :)." cents,
Standards, per can f. cent.".
Select, per can M vvntii.
Select, extra, per can Tm cents.
Tub oyster", per 100 $1 (hi
Chicago Trout and While... II ets. per lb.
I fame, Pan Fish. ... 10 and 12 ets. per lb.
Of all description constantly on hand,
con-lsting of wild turkey, squirrels and
Family groreile" i cry cheap lor cash.
ri:.i and roiTi-.r.
Made a .-pecally. Give it" a trial.
Cheaper than the cheapest.
12-:J.f. w.u. Wi.vinn, .In., ,t"c.
Kxchange for sale on till the princi
pal cities of Kurnpu at Kntei prise Savings
llellbrou it Well havu always on hand
the beat aud largest stock ot Corsets In
the city. A good corset, grey or white nt
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paducali.
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
" J. I). Parker, .Memphis.
' Andy Johnson, X. O.
Tow-boat T. W. Means, St. Louis.
" J. X. Phillip", Ohio,
" Future Citj-, X. O.
" Grey Hound, Shotwell's.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" St. Joseph, St. Louis.
" J. D. Parker Cincinnati.
" Andy Johnson, St. Louis.
Tow-boat T. W. Means, Irouton.
" J. X. Phillip, St. Louis.
" J. W. Garrett, X. O.
" Grey Hound, Island Xo. IS.
Liberty Xo. 4, Mlddleport.
nivnit, WKATllKIt AND lirst.ST.SS.
Thu liver last evening was 'J2 feet
2 -2-5 inches on the gauge, having fallen
i! Inches during the previous twenty-tour
Weather still cloudy and foggy.
There is no late news out ot thu .Mi
slsslppiaud the situation at Liberty Island
can only be guessed at. Thu Tom Means
lett there Wednesday, and nt that Um
the, John GUmore, with her coke barges,
were aground there and were being as
slstcd by tho James ('llinore. The Julia
and Ike Jlammltt, and about a dozen
other boats, were there at last accounts.
The F.ckert towed the "Green l.inu"
wharfboat from Mound City to Columbus
The St. Joseph brought 22S bales
cotton for the Fast per C. and V. rail
road, 1011 for Illinois Central railroad, and
has l-." for St. LouR
1VA1I DKI'AIITJItST, KlVKII ItKI'Olir, I
Dec. I. Is'."..
IT. , IN.
J A Ml' Ma I'MIN,
SViKiimt. Signal ."mice, U.S. .1.
Drunkenness Cured !
Without Im-uiiU'iiU'iiiv, ut ynm- home. Antl
ilote sent liii tu any luliliens on ncvipt of ono
lollar A 1 1 1 1 o ,
K II. IllMIIIAUD, M D.
.Milliliter Si. bonis Inulirialu Uo-vUl.
Illliii III! IlllvuStu.t, Ht Mills,
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Cinisl wiihoiit imIii or lni-oiieiili iiiv, ul vmir
hoiiwlii liiiluy". .lliHllcliiinl'orllilthieu tW
Irnitnii nt sent liri'to any iiililrinn on imiiti)f
iheilollnrs. Mali'iiinoiint u-iil ilallv.
AiMuss, 1'. H.lll.'ltllAliD,.M. D.
.Manager SI. I.uiiIb liii'hiiatu lluspltal.
Olllii 111! llllM'Slurl, St. Mills,
Live Agents Wanted
To sell Dr. Chase's Heclpes; or Infor
mation for Kverybody, hi every county
in the United States and Canada. En
larged by the publisher to 0IS pages. It
contains over 1!000 household 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 ollercd to book
agents. Satnplu copies scut by mall,
I'ostpald, for $2. i:clitslvo territory
given. Agents mom than double their
money. Address Dr. Chasu's Steam
I'rlntlug IIoue, Aim Arbor, Michigan.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Business houso on l.evce, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham itHtUueii,
Business house on Jvec, iear Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cro, Cole
man Sc Co.
Winter's Block-suitable Tor Hotel,
Olllccs or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1, 7, 8 ami 1, lit
Winter's Row, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 "0 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms $10 a month.
Store room lu "Pilot House," lately
occupied 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, $1 each per
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, tJ rooms.
Store room ou Levee, above Flghth
street f20 per month.
Cottage on Nineteenth street, near
U'uuUmuUm avenue at SS SO u mouth.
Dwelling house on Sixth street nml
I'ppcr lloor of brick building on
Commercial avenue, aboie Tenth street,
Rooms hi various parts of the city.
A number of Lois on Levee, iiliove
I wellth street, uuMde lire limits. Also
a large number of other Lots In dltlcrcnt
Land", in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
m:w a ivi:ictini:.uk.tn.
inTATi: of Dvas T. I'mLer, di.in.e.1.
lLi'l lie luiilerlirneil hui Intr lni'ii hi,i,iiIiii..i a,i.
inliditrMiirnniierstutcnr IIjiisT l'mkerlutc
if tin- cuiinty of Altxiiwltrniid Mate of llltlinh.
uitiiiMii, iimny Kile" nnllcetliKt lie will up-
, ..vi. mi- in.- i.Mimy rutin Ol .MfMlllill'l' cellll-
ty, ill the court limine In Die city uf l.'nlni, llll
liuiH. ill Ilic .InniLirv lenii. on tin. iMr.l M.mlv
ln .liuinury iievl, nt which lime till n rsDiu tint
I HIT ClllllIK airsllnl Mid i-stiif.. urc nntlll.-.! nml
reiilit'4ted In iitti'iu! lor the ouriii,i ofli.n I ii i i in.
smile adjusted .111 j.t-riiins lnclrhlnl to Mini
lute are li'illi'lwl lo maLe iminnllate iiaiimiit
to the linderslirniHl.
UaltMlhls.inliluvi.f Dec emlier. .1. i. 1"..
ItUIIIIltl' II. tt .NMNIill.VM,
TO THE FRONT !
Ililisachi r Is 1 1 ri' mred to iuiiIt nil who wish
It rcai I. ( aki-. Coiiret'ttuiury. C.hrllnuu Cuiidv
'loys, uinl all nrticl.s In hl line. KsvUlut-
leiiiion iKiiii 10 iciiipanii uriKiuifiiiin curui
iicn unit New Vinr'" CuLin, lie la also iit-uiirst
lo furnish piiitv iiiikts un ehurt noticr.
Offick Hol'ks From 7:30 a.m. to U-.TO
p.m.; Sunday from 7 tot) a.m. Money
Onler tt-.OU a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
A.M. P. it.
III : I m t
Illinoin Central It K (
3:00 I 2 a
.Miss. Central It It
Culro A iiicenncs
Cairo, Arkansas A
Texas K It Dally
Ohio Hlcr lloiite
Dally rxe't Monday
-MU.i. Illver KoHte
Up, Sun. Tu. Krl.
Friday A tiatunluy
U. W McKkaio, 1 M.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Bhawnootown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landingB.
The iinrivallisl slile-wheel steanur
I), (i. FOH'LKit Muster.
Kl). It. 1 lion as Clerk.
Will leuve Kvunsvillc forCulroi-U'ry JIO.VDA V
iiml'l IllIKSDA V ut I o'clock p. lu.
Unvia Cairo every TUK.SDAV uml KUIDA V,l
0 o'clock ii. lit.
The blejfunt ulilu-wlin'l ateumer
IlKS MoH AltU.,
KAI.Ihll II. I'KN.NINIIIOS
Will leuie Kviinsi illo for Culro every TUKs
DA V uml I'lllDAY ut 4 o'clock p. in
W 111 leal u Culro cl iry IV UUN EsJDA V uml S AT
UltDAV utlio'clock i. 111.
Thu elcBiint 8lile-vlie:l ateumer
Jdms (ioy Matter
Mat. Williams Clerk.
U'uvm Knii8Vill for Culro I'lfrv WKDNKS-
t)AV uml SiATUItADV at I p. m.
Uales Culro every 1 IIUUSDA V uml SUNIIAY
nt li p. Ui.
Kuch lm.it tnnWes clom i-onuectloiis ut Cairo
with th-Ht-rlusi eti-ainew for St. l.oilU, Mem
pliU uinl New (Irli-.iui. aint at Kvuusville vrltli
the K, AC. It. It. lor ullpolnlii North nml Knst.
UU.1 with tho Lollisiillu Mail Meuiners 1'ot.ull
iiolnUonlhe Uiier Ohio, giving throiiKblv
oellit.t on fivl(lits uml v's K''l' 10 all polul
Itfor In 1 1 1 if r iiiforinntioii ui'lOy lo
UI SILVKIt, Viui-niferAKeill
J. M. rllll.I.ll .S, "'Utnu.
Or lo 1 ' liUAMMl'.lt,
Hiliierliileiiilnit anil liwueinl KtvlKht AReut,
hKV.M-ly. llvuimville Imlluuu,
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Kxiirc-tslnivi-s Cairo dully- 2,m t, m,
Kxim-ss urrlies ut Culro ilully S;iu. in,
Aivitiiiinoilallon leuveil Culroitullv '1-M n m.
Accommodation urrUcs ilully (except
nnnuiiy) u;'1' a. in.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TILAUIS IJUVa CAIRO
12115 t, IU .-.umiy,
... I:U0 m...Kxiiiit SimJaT,
4:30 p. m '
..7:30 p. in,.. "
iuun AT CAIUO
..-;00a. n... .... ftlr
.. i:3Dp, m...Kxipl SwxUy
-.Ki46a. m.- " "'
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JAXSS JOKNffOVi Acnt.