Knight of I'ythla, meets every Kri
1t night t mlr-.Mt wren, in Odd
Kellowa' Hull .no. U Uoadman.
AI.KXANllKK muni.- an u
jaHt. Indciwudeut Order of Odd-rel-
F kiw. imt-u every Thursday i
.... f. " i'wiikiiui iii mrir iiiiiuu
Commercial avenue, bttwuii MUthanJ Heientu
u. i.auk, IS. u.
- !;'''.'. BUAMI"MKNT, I. 0. O. F.i meet
V-111 ijiiii-rriiowi' Hall on the Ant and third
i urvur in every month, at hair-past seven.
JNOjJIjJyiw.y, c. I.
Hold iritular communication In M.
soulo llsll. corner Cntumerrlrtl avitmi.
n.iL m. I "'"fi-"-- n""l MIC BTUUia MUM
'Hllll P llilll air..! r.t Ilia -.. .1
uuiui mouuar oieucu niouui.
JOHN X. MTJIJUtY,
Attemejr at Iw.
OrriCK ! At residence ou Ninth fltrret, be
-rrn aiiiiinjii avenue ana vt ainm M.
XZXZAJt X. SMITH, X. D.
HEIIDRNCK; No II Thirteenth street, be
twssa Wssblsatou avenne aud Walnut stmt.
vriCKi Worth side of F.lxhth street be.
twren Viarclal and Washington avenue.
W. DTJaTMlMQ, X. O.
UKSIUKNC'E! Corner Ninth and Walnut
OrriCK: Corner Kixtb street and Ohio I Tee.
OFFICE HOURS From 8 a ra, 12m , and
from 2 to 8 p ru.
A Man Musi ttver
To Cowpertbwalt & IMilllipi to try those
Gold Buckle cigars.
Buy your Quick Tent at New Vork
Store, received Irtish dally at wholesale
and retail. 12-&-20t
ror boys' clothing, boys' underwear,
find boys' hats t Hellbton ii Well.
Furs I rare 1
we arc now prepared to offer great
bargains in ladles' and childreas' furi ol
all styles. Children's seta, muff- and
boa, at only f 1 a set.
1o jo w. i j .... ... --
Waterproofs mad Flannels.
We offer at reduced ratei, belt black
waterproof, at M cent.
HsiLMKOX & Wuil..
Sew Turk tor
Sell beat soda otacKcrs at 7 cenU per lb
by- the Dox ; also Yry choice nilnce-niext
and apple butter. 12-5-20I.
Two thouiand pound fancy, choice
mixed and toy candy fer iale at tlic New
York Store by wholesale and retail.
We received llilt week a lull Hue of all
style and price of good tlilrtr-ilr inch,
zlnk covered, ladle' trunks, oniy $j (X)
at Heilbron A Well's. IMO-tf
New haini, breakfast bacon, buck
wheat flour, cranberriM, plums, ratien,
currents, at the New York Store.
1 2-5-20 1.
All the latest styles of gents' and boys'
hats, at ruinous price, atl). llartnian's,
corucr Sixth sud Commercial avenue.
Come ami eu uic. 12-S-tf
The finest assortment of Kents" youths'
and boys' clothing, which we will sell
cheaper than can be bought anywheic in
the city, at D. llartnian's, corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, 12-5-tf
Alteulltirt I I en I era.
We have four doon Imitation Kbony
Spraguu Cun-0K'iierii, taken lor adver
tising, which we will sell at two dollars
lcr dozen. Inquire at HulluUii otlloe.
A we intend to close out our stock of
millinery we oiler those, vood at half
price ; a good French felt hat at "r cents.
12-10-tl Hwuutox & Wkii..
The place to get the best, cheajtest and
largest assortment ol Alapacss l at V.
Ilartman's dry good story, corner Sixth
street and Commercial avenue.
Col. E. M. Lowe, ol I'ulaskl, l'ula-kl
l ountv. desires to take ten or a doen
horses to winter at his farm. Good sU
bliuif and pasture, at low rate. Forret-
crcuce apply to J. II. lletealf, Cairo, 111'
Mew Year's Ball.
Neujahr's-Ilall y.urKroeflhungdcr neuen
Tnrnhalle. ant Svlvestenibeud, dou
31ten Dez.. 1875. In plain English
Kw. Year's ball In celebration of the
opening of the new Turners hall, New
Year's Eve, 31st December, 1870.
Everybody to Wno that the place to get
A smooth shave,
A good shampoo,
A fashionable hulr-cut,
Or anytblnz In that line,
ia at ths Grand Cbhtual Harder-
Shop, corner Eighth and Commercial,
a-s-tf J. Gkorui STiiNnousx.
The City nakery.
Attention is called to the card of tlic
City Bakery, to be found in this issue.
Mr. Hebsackor, the proprietor, has by
industry and fair dealing, established a
lucrative business. When you want any
thing in his line give him a call.
The Fashionable Color.
Black continues to hi the stylish color,
and many ladles of unquestioned good
taste huvo adopted it a their standard
wear, Thero is no doubt that tt good
black silk dress Is tlic very best Invest'
ment that any lady can make. Any lady
who wishes to make such au Investment
should call at once ou J. Burger &, Co.,
wlm have an excellent assortment of
black silks which they arc ofleiiug as low
as the samo goods can bu bought to-day
in New York city. Ladles aro Invited to
call and sfo for themselves.
HATKN r AUVKRriNINt..
E9AII bills for advertising, ire due and pity
able IK AbVANl'l.
Transient advertising will be Inserted at the
rale of II W per square far (lie Drat Insertion
and W cents for each subsequent one, A liberal
dlnrount will be made on standing auddltplay
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notlcea
will only be Inserted a advertliemenls
For Inserting Funeral notice 1 00, Notice of
meeting of societies or secret ordera W cent for
No advertisement will be received at leas than
Local Business Notlcea. of
ten unci or more, Inaerted
In the Bulletin aa follows !
One Inaertion per tine A Oenta.
Two Insertions ner line 7 Oenta.
Three inaertlona per line 10 Oenta.
Six lnaertlona per line IB Oenta.
Two weeks per line 26 Oenta.
uae monin per line no uanta.
No Reduction will be made in above
TIIL'IWDA Y, DKCEMBER10, 187C.
Local Weather atepert.
Caiao, III.,' Dec 1', lefTS
IUas. I 'Ins. I WlWD. I VL.
Ti.tX2! 4J SV I IS '
W.tW', M ! IV I 13
Sergeant, Slg-ual Service, U.S. A.
I'ollce business played.
Col. C. Winston is In the city.
Sam Foster Is tinder the weather.
Mr. Hague!!, contractor for the new
levee, Is in a'hington city.
i nere was a sociable and dance at
Stake's hall, Mound City, last night.
.Justice Comlag's Is playing pub
lic magistrate, vice Dross, absent.
The council will take another whack
at the revised ordinances this evening.
.Miss Ada Halllday Is In Mound City,
visiting her frlead, Mis Dora Carter.
For groceries of every kind, go to
Louis H. Myers', 113 Commercial avenue.
Mrs. J. B. E.: We .have compiled
with your requeit. Your coniniunlca-
Grand lunch at "Ou?'&loou,r,to-
Come one, cotuu all, a" ol tne
grand Itinrb our Saloon" to-night.
r.'-lMf f RKI). llOl'HKIMi.
The McthodUt church people at
Mound City will give a concert at Stake's
hall, Mound City, ou Saturday evening
next, for the benefit of the church.
Assorted colors Granite Paper with
Envelopes to match, at the Bci.lktik
Ike W alder is in misery. He was
once the possessor or a beautitui gold
seal, with which lie was wont to orna
ment his watch chain. But that seal is
gone Ike knows not where. Hence his
Be sure and come to the grand lunch
at "Our Saloon to-night.
12-15-tf Fiieii. IIoriiKi.vs.
The Mound Cltylte have organized
a i.tterary society. Lan't tne rayior
Literary Society of Cairo challenge them
for a Joint discussion of some kind. Such
au event would be interesting, aud
sure to call out a big crowd.
Ladles will find haud:Oinc slippers
to pre-eut to tholr husbands at
12.12.3t. O. IIaytiiorn & Co.
Hev. Abbott, a UnlyersalUt clergy
man, a deep tliluwer ana a line speaker,
will lecture at Liberal Hall this evening.
Subject: "God versus .Materialism.'' Ltc-
ture tree. Come, everybody. 12-10-lt
For the cheapest aud best Blankets,
White and Grey, go to Hartinau's.
Tho-e splendid meerschaum cigar
holders at Cowperthwalt ,fc Phillips ars
lust the thing lor a Christmas ptcseut
and are selling at half price. Also choice
cigar by the box very cheap. No. 120
Grundes ovaiiou ever yet seen on
children's Merino bonnets and caps, fur
bonnets and fur caps, children's cloaks
aud eacki, Infant.' robes aud Infants'
casslmcre shawls, and everything else In
tills line nt very low prices at Hellbrou A
Weil's. 12-10-1 1
Shawls and skirts, we sell at reduced
rates. A double broche shawl only .
12-10-tf. HEH.uitox & Weil.
I'reati iialtlmore shell oysters at
Hie .Maulers llonsr. ll.UH.ll
V full lino of ladies Hue shoes of
the very best quality can be found only
at 12-12-3t O. HAYriioitS i&Oo.
Ii you want an economical heating
stove for wood and one of the handsom
est stoves in the market, with Illumina
ted front, buy the improved Evening
Star which took the bluo ribbon nt St.
Louis Fair last October, over all others
on exhibition. For sale by C. W. Hen
derson, 191 Commercial avenue, Cairo,
Mr. Cauda, of the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad took a number of our citi
zens out to look at the levee yesterday.
Mr. Cauda U a sly fox ; and if the gentle.
men who went with him yesterday knew
what soino other folks knew about the
matter, they would come to tlio couclu
slon that tlioy had been badly sold.
Fresli Haltlmore shell oysters nl
the riasiters' House. ll.3H.tl
LouidaleMuslin at eleven cents per
yard at D. llartnian's. 12-5-tf,
12-10-lf. JlLiLr.no t WKII..
C. '. Baker, claiming to hail from St
Louis, was before Justice Comings yes
terday on a charge of grand larceny,
to-wlt : attempting to steal an ovoicoat
nad several other articles of clothing, the
property of S. B. I.um, the weather clerk-
Baker was sent to the county jail tinucr
bonds of threo huudrcd dollars to await
the action of the grand Jury.
-'Nie Alexander County Hank sells
exchange. on nil the iirlnrlpal iltleeof
Europe, aud ntteuds to the collection
malms aud astute, sneelallly In
Ladies furnishing goods, we.keep the
finest variety ever brought to this city
well mado ami low priced.
12-10-tf. Heilhiion & Weil,
Itctnembcr tho great Collins' F.xcur-
ftlon to Mobile and New Orleans. Such
opportunities arc seldom offered, and
hence the great eagerness to buy tickets.
Tickets at alt points, we are Informed,
aro selling rapidly, henco parties desiring
to go would do well to get tickets at
once. Tills promises to be the largest
aud most pleasant excursion Mr. Col
litis has ever gotten up.
Exchange for sale on all the princi
pal cities of Europe nt Enterprise Savings
Just received another new supply of
tho-e cheap boys' clothlngaud overcoats.
As this Is a leading article with us, we
mean to undersell the cheapest In the
el y. Hkilukon & Wxil.
The old reliable and squar dealing
iiiiiiui nun wi jvuucn maim u, v.u,i fia
Just received a larifc stock of the flneat
liquor firm of Itobort Smith fc Co,, has
Grist whiskies, Sherry aud Port wines,
Imported gins, etc., ever brought to
Cairo, which they will sell at the very
lowest aud most reasonable whole
sale and retail prices. To all who deal
In anything In the line, we would say
call on Itobort Smith & Co., who will be
snre to satisfy you in everything.
t or men's and boys' underwear, also
men's and boys' hats and caps, Heil
bron it Weil's is the cheapest place in the
city. A good merino suit for 75 cents.
Michael hasly, a colored man aged
41.1.4 I. ii .
u ...s, year,, rr, m ng near tne corner 01
i-'iovciiiu iiuu ubiiiui sireeis, uiea very
suddenly jcstcrUsy, Kaity was an
ploye at Meurs. Halllday Brothers' mills,
and yesterday morning not feeling well,
got tils brotuer to do his work for him
Ills wife went out to do a day's washing,
and when she returned, about 5 o'clock
last evcnlnr, found her husband laying
dead in the bed. What caused Easly's
sudden taking off Is not known.
Children and boys can be supplied
with a nice hat or cap at more reasonsble
price at O. Haythorn & Co., than else
where. Try them. 12-12-3L
Beaver cloaks aud knit Jackets
In this line we carry the bet and largest
stock in the city, at greatly reduced
prices. IIiiluron & Wkil.
Work on the embankment of the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad was resumed
ye-terday, nine teams being employed.
The railroad folks have gone beyond the
property company's. Jand4. jnd. bounced
Some of this laud Is owned by private
parties, and it may be that the railroad
folks have purchased the right of way
ovsr it, but if they have gone on to lands
belonging to aud applied for school
benefits, why, then, they should be
bouueed off of It.
If you want a new and good shirt
either white, colored or chevlote, less
than they can be purchased at the manu
factory, go to Hartman's. 12-5-tf
Those of our citizens who have had
their fears that the new levee would not
be completed in time to prevent an over
flow may now begin to brtatha easy. The
levee will be completed in good time.
Yesterday there was upwards of scventy-
tlv scrapers golug, and the way the dirt
was rolled up was a caution. It is esti
mated that four thousand yards of dirt
was placed on the embankment during
the day. If the good weather coutluues
till Saturday that portion of the work
from the cross levee to the old grave
yard ridgo will be completed.
Captain W. P. Uallidayhas had, from
almost the first day the work was com
tnenced, eleveu teams at work on the new
levee ; and the contractors leel that they
are under especial obligations to him for
the assistance he has rendered them iu
this respect. It has been an exceedingly
dltlkult matter to employ teams the wet
weather and other causes combining to
keep men who had teams from allowing
them to go on the work. But it is be
lieved and hoped that in the future the
contractors will be able to procure all tho
lielp Uisy require.
On Tuesday evening lat, Ur. Thle-
lecke and Mr. 11 Irani mil indulged in a
knock down on Tenth sttect, between
Wnshiugtou avenue aud Walnut street.
It seems that a sou of Ur. Hill has been
in the habit of meddling with Mr. Thle
lecke's horse and wagou when tho old
gentleman was out duliverlug milk.
Catching the boy at It, Mr. Thlelecke
chastised him. The boy told his father,
and on Tuesday evening, meeting Mr.
Thlelecke ns above stated, Mr. Hill
knocked him down and gave him a
severe beating, bruising him pretty
badlv. A warrant tor Hill was taken
out, and the trial will come off before
Squire Comings on Saturday morning.
Go to Hartman's,
If you want to get a good and cheap
Buck or Kid Glove, at New York prices,
be sure and go to D. Hartman's, corner
Sixth street aud Commercial avenue,
A.Ualley bus removed to his new
store room, 115 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine house, where he will be
pleased to seo all his old customers aud
as many now ones. 8-30-tf
A series ot four lectures are yet to be
glvon uudcr the auspices of the Library
Association, as loliows :
" 21st Mrs. G. G. Alvord ;
28th Dr. Horace Wardner ;
Jan. 4th Dr. Q. G. Parker.
As usual, Phil Saup, the king of Cairo
confectioners, has come to tho front rank
with the largest and best stock of toys
and candles ever brought to the city,
Por two weeks, ho has been at work
night and day, arranging the presents
and good things which have been arrlV'
ing dally In largo quantities, and he Is
now prepared to furnish parents with
prosents aud sweetmeats for their little
ones suitable for Chlstcnas presents, at
the verv lowest prices. His stock of
French and American candies Is uuu
uualled In Southern Illinois, and his
stock of toys Is unusually large, and of
the best and strongest make. No one
should buy before Inspecting his store
whore they will ho sure to find what they
COHXOII. ClIAMURIi, 1
Caiiio, 111., )ku, 17, 1870.
Present-Ills Honor Mayor Winter; and
Aldenneu Hallldaj, Lancaster, Par
ker, Taller, Itlttcnhotue, Saup
and Wright -8.
Oa motion the readlsg of the minutes
of the last meeting wis dlspeiued with,
and the minutes approved.
The committee on claims, to whom
were referred the following bills, re
ported the same back recommending pay.
ment mereor, as follows :
Henry Winter, mayor, salary for No
vember .....M a 41
W. F. Axley, city clirk, salary fur No.
B. F. Blake, city treasurer, salary fur
I , -wttm M
hr . - -
J. C. LallUF, A. Culn, Henry Sargent,
n. woolen. M, OMalleyand Uni.
Brown, police constables, sslary for
November, each -
F. Dross, police nualitrate, salary for
J. J. Bird, uollct! maiilitrate. salary fnr
II. II. Black, attorney's fees on lines
MrattonA lllnl. nail, far alil-mlka
James i'owers, plow beam and three new
James Boss, coal for city JH
Jaaes Shelton, removlnst coal in coal
Morris flulllvan. haullnirnuntnl.il
James Boss, coal ror clerk's office
k. ii. lunnlntbam. rant for council
A ll.ll.v 1 .1 ,1.. ...
John Clancy, dletlne nrisonera IMdava
.1 at Allrf. iv ,1. '
John a.ny. 1 Vroon
W. T. Beerwort. stove-nlue. ens., for
c tv Jail :
r.lerUOBlin, n;v Hays' mkn .Uc
Jerry Alurpby. :i4 dsys' work on side
walks at $1 W per day
II. Ilouleban, 'V, days' work ou drain
age at St 60 per day.,
M. l)rltcall,7H days'
work ou drainaKe
Butt Cushman, Hi days' work on drain
sire at SI Ui nerilnv
ai si ai oer uay..
Win, Wolf, "ii days' work on dralnaa-e
at SI SO tier tlar "..
Joan Jjne, 2 days ' work on drainage at
St SO tier ilar
James larrell, hauling loads ofluru
beratSJcenta tier load
John Furgeson, hauling i loads of lum
ber at Su cents Der load
Timothy Gorman, supt. of streets, sal
ary ror jtoremoer
Cairo bulletin Co., publishing council
tirocsetllnrs and news ruttlni--
John Clancy, extra meals furnished pris-
Cairo City Gas comnany. tras csusumed
in airtri lauos MM. jl? 113
I.S. McGahev. lumber for sidewalk-... Sf.7 71
N. Rice, lumber for sidewalks 417 18
Devore A Fitzgerald, building sidewalks
iiercuniraci. ... ...... I,JU
ionn Jiouity, for nails 3 3.
1., Caldwell, burying dogs..
, burying dgs , W
On motion of Alderman Patler, tho re
port of the committee was concurred In,
Vote! " '- '-llnwlnn-
Ayes Halllday, Lancaster, Parker,
Patler, Rlttcahousc, Saup and
The Committee on Claims also re
ported back the petition of Julia B. Earl
to the council tor action.
On motion of Aldermau Halllday, said
report was received and the prayer of the
petitioner not granted.
The Committee on Claims reported
back the bills of J. Power Hely, Ed.
Hely, John Doruody aud n. Hasenja
ger (for service rendered to John P. Hely,
Engineer of new lsvee), recommending
On motion of Alderman Wright, said
report was received and concurred in.
The Finance Committee, to whom
was referred the petition of F. M. Stock
fleth, Henry Brlehau, Jewett Wilcox
and others, asking for a reduction of
liquor license, reported the same back
with the following recommendations :
"We respectfully recommend that the
prayer of the petitioners be not granted,
as the annual estimates for the fiscal year
have been made, based upon the license
as now fixed.'1
Titos. W. Halliday,
"1 would recommend that the prayer
of the petitioners be granted, solar as to
reduce the license to $150 per year and
$100 for six months."
Chas. O. Patikii,
Aldermau Halllday move the majority
report be concurred In.
Alderman Patler off red au amend
ment to substitute the minority report for
the majority report. Carried by the fol
lowing vote -.
Ayes Lancaster. Parker, Patler and
Nays Halllday, Itlttc-uhouse aud
Alderman Saup moved the report, a
amended, be adopted. Lost by the fol
Ayes Parker, Patler and Saup 3.
Nays Halliday, Lancaster, Kitten
house and Wright 1.
Aldermau Wright moved the majority
report be concurred iu. Carried by the
following voto :
Ayes Halllday, Lancaster, Kitten-
house aud Wright I.
Nays Parker, Patler and Saup 3.
The report of the Finance Committee
upon the petition of P. A. Conant was
read and, on motion of Alderman Wrlghti
laid on the table.
Tho Flnauce Committee made the fol
lowing report In reference to the arrange
ments made by them with some person
to visit Washington, D. C, according to
tho Instructions given them at the last
To the Mayor uml City Council i
Of.ntlf.mkn : our Inance Commit
tee would respccfully report that under
authority of a resolution adopted at the
last meeting of the city council, author
izing the said Commlttu to arrange with
some person to go to tv usiuugiuu iu rep
resent me city interest ueioro mo .na
tional uongress regarding tne improve
ment nt tiiu ai si ssi in Ttvar. netween
Dickev's Island aud tho Ohio river, have
nrramred with Hon. John H. Oberlv to
represent too city; auu wvu iiuvsiiuvu m-
,' t.. lila .VM.MOAB , V. n ......
warns uciruyiiiu n t.iraiva
nfsiai. For which sum wo respeciuuy
ask that an order be drawn Iu favor of
th. ohuirman of tills committee
The understanding wun air. uueny is
that he Is only to charge the city the; rea
sonable expenses ot hi trip.
Tiios. W. Halliday,
C. O. Patikii,
Cairo. Doc. 14, 1875.
Aldermau Wright moved the report be
received and au ordor drawn on the
Treasurer tor the amount advanced.
Carried by the following vote: Ayes
Halllday. Lancaster, Parker, Patler, Kit-
teuhouse, Saup and Wright, 7. Naya-0
A commuBlcatlon from W. Earns was
presented and read, and on motion re
ferred to tho Finance Committee.
The following communication from till
honor was read, and ou motion ol Alder
man Patler, was received and the recom
Herniations concurred In :
Mayor's Office, City ok Cairo, 1
Caiiio, III., Dec, 14, 1875.
To tlic city Council of the City ofCalro;
Okntlgubn Some time since I was re
quested as Mayor of cltr or Cairo, by a
convention held at Vicksburg, Missis
ilppl, composed of prominent railroad
ineti, merchants and citizens of Southern
States, to appoint one or more delegates
to attend any subsequent meeting or
meetings ordered by said convention.
One such meeting ha been hold at New
Orleans, and adjourned to meet shortly
elsewhere. The objeet of said meetings
is to memorialize Congress to give aid
lor the Improvement of the Mississippi
levees In the Mississippi Valley, thereby
making the soli adjacent valuable to the
owners and the general government as a
tax paying community. Souther Illi
nois, and especially Cairo, being detpiy
interested In the movement, I deem It my
duty to-night to appoint a committee of
three persons to attend said meeting ; to
use their influence in tht cause and to the
Interest of Cairo. In appointing said
committee, aad recommending the con
firmation of the same, I do so In the be
lief they are proper persons to repre
sent the city ol Cairo and the State of
Illinois among st our Southern b re them.
I will, therefore, by and with your con
sent, appoint as said committee Cant. W.
M. Williams, Col. I. B. Hudson and MaJ.
In appointing these citizens as the
comasittee or delegates, I do so. that they
accept the appolatraent with the under
standing that tht city Is not to be at any
expense by said apnolntment whatever.
but that transportation will be provided
for to and from said meeting by the elec
tive, l ours, respeetinuy,
Hexhy TftfrncR, .Mayor.
On motion of Alderman Patler, cotiu
cil adjourned to meet Thursday evening,
December 10, at 7:30 p.m.
W. P. Axlky, City Clerk.
Programme for the Katertnlnineiit
The following is the programme of the
Parlor Concert to be held.' at the rcl
deuce of J. B. Iteed, ou Twentieth street,
between Washington avenue .and Wal
nut street, on Thursday evening, Decern
1-Ovcrtur The Amatturs.
Solo Hlrdle WhySlngeth Thou! Kors
3-I'lano Duet Misses Harrell and l'hlliis.
I'Jano Solo m
1-Valsc The Amateurs.
2 Solo 11 Baclo ...A(litt
3 I'iano Duet Mesdanien C. Sanders and II.
Trio Mrs. Lansden, Mrs, Hchleslnger and
Concert to begin promntly at S o'clock.
Iludnufs Grits, (line) $4 50
" " (coarse 4 50
Hominy 4 20
New OrltansSugar 8&J
Now Orleans Molasses G5
C. M. Howe & Bro.,
12-15-tf 134 Ohio Levee, Cairo.
FANCY GKOCEKY AND TOY LINE,
W. I,. BBtITei7S.
Just received and tor sale a nice variety
of edibles, toys, etc., consisting iu part of
N. O. Syrup,
N. O. Molasses,
Boss Kindle r,
Saws and Bucks,
Me nth Orgaus,
London Layer "
Which please examine aud price before
12-10-tt W. L. BitisTOL,
No. 32 Eighth street.
GAME DEPOT !
We will sell, hereafter, our goods at
the following prices, and solicit the pat
ronage of the public:
Family brands, per can 35 cents.
Standards, per cau 45 cents.
Select, per can 50 cents.
Select, extra, per cau 55 cents.
Tub oysters, per 100 $1 00
Chicago Trout and Whlte...ll cts. per lb.
Game, Pan Fish. ... 10 and 12 cts. per lb.
Of all descriptions constantly ou hand,
consisting of wild turkey, squirrels and
Family groceries very cheap for cauh.
TKA AND COr'r'UK
Made a specalty. Give ws n trial.
Cheaper than the cheapest.
12-3.tf. Wm. Wlvtich, Ju., & Co.
Vmlernoarl Underwear I
Ladles' aud chlldreus' uudsrware, me
rlno as welt as muslin can be found
cheaper aud better at Heilbron A Well's
than any where In the city. A good me
rino undershirt and drawers for boys
nly 80 cents ; n good mcrluo vest and
pants, for ladies, only 11, 12-10-tf
Notice Is hereby given that an election
will be held at the City Natlosal Bauk
Tuesday, January 11, 1870, for seveu di
rectors oi said bank. A. B. San-ord,
Cairo, Deo. 11, 1875. Cashier.
Prices Speak Louder than Words 1
Greatest Inducements Ever Offered to Customers
J. BURGER tfc GO.
Everybody fa Invited to Call and Kxamlna onr Immense Stock ot
Whfch Must be Reduced In the next Thirty Days.
LOOK AT OUR PRICES ! LESS THAN EVER BEFORE I
All Dress Goods and Silks Reduced in Price !
Shawls, Cloaks and Furs Market Way Dow n
We are Determined to Rednce our Stock, and Prlcee will not Staad in eur Way t
Woolori Goods, Nubias, Scarfs, Jackets, etc.. at a Oraat Bsiha,.
Blankets, fclannols,' and Domestio datffit9rtaS?iX!S?C9'
thought of bofore. Our Stack of Hosiery; and oIovm
Reduced to Lowest Figures, and unprecedented
Bargains in LadW and Children's
Kid Glovos are OfTorod.
"V7"H1 Price Influenoo Yqu?
If bo, oall on us for LadioB'. Missos' and Children's Underwear tar
Fancy Qoods BUitabfo for Holiday Presonts, tor Bilk
Ties and Scarfs, and for Ribbons.
MONEY SAVHD IS M02TXT UAIUf ID
EarnitWno Made Shoe.
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, ?ff ApiCDf S. TOWMJ TOWiTren
BED SPREADS, IRISH litmKM, CABMretJ, Ollf NQ'
CLOTHS AND WINDOW SHADS!.
Vai Difautmi.it, Iltviii Itrronr,
Dec. 13. 1b7S.
LOW WATER. CIIAUdl.
I STATIO.V. - -
ST. IK. T. IN,
Cairo 7i 7 3
I'ltlshnrp i II (t
Cincinnati 21 3 1 0
Louisville 10 sou
Nashville IS II :t
St. Louis C 0 A" 1
Krausvllle 0 II 0 I)
Memphis IS II 0 0
Vicksturg -a H X ii
Xcw Orleans 10 10 1
Sergeant, Signal Service, U. 8. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
James D. Parker, Cincinnati.
Ed. Hobbs and barges, Ohio.
Raven and barges, St. Louis.
" Leoj5ara"aiweSJ. Louis.
" E. M. Norton and tow, St.LouIs.
" Bermuda, Nashville.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" James D. Parker. Memphis.
" Molllc Moore, New Orleans.
" Fannie Lewis, St. Louis.
" Ed. Hobbs aud barges St. Louis.
Raven and barges, St. Louis,
A. J. Baker and tow, St.LouIs.
Stc. Genevieve, Vicksburg,
John Means and bgs, St. Louis.
RIVER, WKATUER AND DU9IXKSS.
The Ohio river wont up two and a half
The weather still continues delight
ful, and thero seem to be no raaon why
business should not be much better than
it is. But, uutwitnatnndinjr this, then is
but little doing here.
-The Clinton brought out a curgo
from St. Louis, which she reshlpped on
the Andy Johnson for Now Orleans.
Tho Audy Johnson made some addi
tion here, and fills out below for .New
The Tidal Wave will arrive to-day.
She will carry all persons wishing to go
to Columbus front this city, who antici
pate making the excurilou to Now Or
leans, for one dollar a head.
The A. Baker was chartered by
Captain Jim Morris to take a barge of
logs from tho mouth of Cache river to
Liebke, Schrage & Co., lumber dealers,
St. Louis, and started with her charge
about 10 o'clock yeaUrday morning from
The Eckert still lies nt the wharf,
waiting for something to turn up.
The Raven came In yesterday morn
ing from Mlddlcport with a barge ot salt,
one of nails and one of fire-brick, which
she will tow to St. Louis.
A party of citizens weut out on a
special train over the Cairo and St. Louis
road yesterday morning, to take a glance
at tho new Mississippi levee, ami returned
-Capt. Fred Davles, with his dredge
boat, Is lying at the foot of Thlrt-fourth
street, in the Mississippi river, wlud
The John Means came Into port yes
terday morning, aud layed here until
about 3 o'clock in the afternoon, when
she skipped out with three barges for St
Louis, alter a tow oi iron ore.
Tho Ste. Genevieve, out from SI,
T.nnls. roniu Into nort about noon yester
day, transacted hor business aud put out
It is said that Capt. James Leo has
purchased half interest iu tho steamer
ldlewild, and that she will run between
Memphis and Chicot, a point two huu
drcd miles below Memphis, as a weekly
packet hi opposition to the A. J. White,
Capt. Leo paid at the rate ot thirty thou
sand dollars for the boat, for his share- of
The Olube-Dcm$crat says: "Tho
.Tnlm XI. Chniiilicrs. ('ant. Lallan?, baa
taken a position hi the lAne, and
wtu leave ror Memphis on i rldny next.
The Cltv of Alton lays up Jiere for
the present, tilio brought up about COO
tons of sugar, molasses, etc., mid a good
trip of passengers. She reshlpped about
160 tons on the rnnnie i.owis to .sc.
Louis, mil tho rest of the cargo by the
Illinois Central railroad.
Bagnell, the contractor, who Is build-
in Z tne new Mississippi tevco, is now uo
Ing blessed with tho very finest kind of
weather for his work, and is uushlnir It
along as fast as possible.
The Cons Miller leaves Lotilsvlllo for
Memphis to-day; so docs the Golden
Tho Loulsvllhi Courier-Journttl river
editor savs: "The new Golden Rule
cost $30,000. The old one not a cent."
Things were very quiet on the wharf
yesterday. Tho only excitement that
was' noticeable, was (hat made by a
long-winded and bad talking plu-peddler,
who supplied tho white, as well as the
black community, with that Intllspentl
Olo little article.
LYNCH ft HOWLETS
Real Estate Colum
Business house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunnlurham ikStllwell.
Business house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by .Cross. Cole
man & Co.
Wlntor's Block-suitable roc Hotel
Offices or Business rooms cheap.
jcnemputs numbered 4. 7. Sand 9. In
Winter's Kow, 6 rooms each, for 110 nor
No. 10 (comer), $12 607 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 4 rooms $10 a month.
Store room iu "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Hal Icy.
A good farm with good houses, onno.
sito Cairo Haws farm chean.
eco7.Va small Houses west of Twenty-
Walnut, 6 rooms.
Store room ou Levee, above Eighth
street $20 per month.
Cottage on Nineteenth street, near
Washington avenue at $8 50 a month.
Dwelling house ou Sixth street and
Unncr floor of brick bulldla?
Knnma In varlmia nmrim nff itn .it
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Twelfth street, outside tiro limits. Als
& liiicu iiiiiiiiii'i 1 1 1 11111,1 i .ill. ii. uiuum
Lands, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Cottage on 13th street, five rooms, good
cistern, etc. Enquire of Da. Smith.
Dou't forget to call at Hellbrou A
Well's to got your present of 10 yards of
the best calico. 12-10-tt
1WILL, on Saturday. December 18, st the
hour ot eleven o'clock a.m., sell at public
auction, at the court house, the following de-
scritiea rust estate, to-wlt: lot numbere.1 nine
'.I) or tne acnool lanaa or townsmp seyesteen
171. south ransre one (l).west of the third
n (1) , west . ot
principal meridian, and containing ten acres i
ao lot two (J) , block twenty P0) . city ot
Lot nine of lbs school lands abort ilescrl bad J
situated abost three miles from the courthouse,
Is all cleared and under cultivation, and la excel
lent land for gardening purposes. Lot two,
block twenty, is situated near the corner of
iiroiid street and Washington avenue, suit near
the Culio and bt. I.ouls railroad.
TKIt.M-i OK NAI.K-One-half cash In hand,
the balance in six month from day or sale, to
besecuml bv uroiulssorr note drawlnar aix me
cent, Interval ami sale mortgage upon the prem
iseasoM. Sale to be made subject to the right
ofllowsrof Mr. Lucy K. Williams.
diutnlslnitoror tbeKstateof A. Williams.
Mrs. M. Howard
Haa arrived and can be aeea at her
rooms, WAVBRIx HOTEL, cor
ner Commercial Avenue aad
Slli: tells past, present and future t tell or
lau siiils anil galas) tells the naaiea ot th
wnons you will marry she will give, you
I'lmrts of luck) she ran also bring beck absent
friends und caaso siecdy marriagei the Madame
has nevur been etcellul iu her profession; and
irnutisfatlon is nntgiven no pay Is required.
.She will be here fur s short time only.
FEE, SO CenU to 1 Dollar. No Osatlssasn.
CAIRO ATHENKTJK .
I)0OBSOl'K.NAT7, COMMENCE AT d.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY t
Friday Mtarday, Dsessaber 17 aad II.
Jack Maceroy ' celebrated
Irish Comedy and Specialty Com
Introducing a Talented Company of Irish
In a highly amusing aud royal eutertaiomeul
us playedkytheni for one hundred eentcculivrs
ulght at St. James theatre, New York,
Iteserveil sent ......7S cents.
General admission cast.
t3Kesrvr4 scats ossa!c at l. Uartaaaa'
lrr UooUs store.
Matlaee BalarUa at ..
Adulu ............. .....So watt.
Children " . .10 ceaUi
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