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ABUALON LOUUK, NO. 51.
Knight of I'ylhtas, tntU vry Frl
mr nigni i uaii-past seven, inu
I'tllluW' Hull. jNtt. II UoSSMAN,
Mm. AI.KXANOKR I.ODQK, MO. Ml
JflMk ln.lcptiunt Onlcr of Odd-Pel
,Bviowi, iiiwm every inurwiar iiik'i
Tnl ftt ImfrtHtal ai.va.ll. Ill ttiplr lull III
Commercial airuur, belwetn Hlxtli n0 fWtcntb
u I, AUK, ill u
1AIKO KNUAMFMICNT, I. O. O. V., liul
Vln Oill-Vllow' Hull on Hie Unit mid third
luuiUay In every Inulilli, nl huir-iuit hcvhi.
J.nu, II. Oimiii.Y, U. I'.
a I'AlltOI.IIIKIK. NII.M.A.I'. A A. M
Am llolil ivirnliir uiiiiiniiiili'jitioiia in Ma
loulc. Hull, eorucr I'oiiiiiricIiiI iiVKiiif
' 'and I'.IkiiIIi ntnvt, on Uie euranil n
mirm Muiuiuy or men mourn.
JOHN H. MUI.KHY,
Attorney at Law.
UrriCR: Atrljfuc on Mnlli Slrwl, he
iwaru wannimloii avnnc aim wainm i,
'...I. jJu-..' i I J.i J
NXITH, X. D.
kKHIDENCK: Ko 11 TlilrletnUi street, be
lwtn Wnblugtou ivroiit unit Walnut atnel.
Or KICK; North tide of Ulitblh utrrat be
tWHUi CwnuurcUI and Vf Mtiiiillon uvmue.
w. Dvmmitta, u. d.
HKMDEXCKl Comer Ninth nd Vfalliul
OrriCK: Corner Slitti street tad Oliioljevr.
orrintt IIOUUM, Krrlu6a lu. lini., and
(toiu t til B II lu.
Uuy your Quick Yeast at New York
Store, received fresh dally at Wholesale
Hid retail. 12-5-301
The father ol all Boss clgai s, a seven
Inch Uavaua filler, for live cents at
12-19-tf Cowpeiitiiwait A Fiuu-ii.
Soils belt soda cracker, at 7 ccnta per tb
by tht box ; alto very choice inlncc-meat
and apple batter. 12-5-201.
Two thousand pounds fuuey, choice
mixed and toy candy fer tale at the New
York Store by wholesale and retail.
New hams, break fait bacon, buck
Vriieat Hour, cranberries, plum., raiseiis,
current!, at the New York Store.
AtlraiUM t Dealer.
Ve have lour doen Imitation Kbony
Hprugue Can-Opener, taken for adver
tising, which we will .ell at two dollar,
per dozen. Inquire at Bulletin ofllce.
Col. K. it. Lowe, ol Pulaski, I'ulakl
county, desires to take ten or a dozen
lionet to winter at bis farm, flood sta
bling and pasture, atlovv'fates. For ret
tireuce apply to J. If. Mct',alf, Cairo, Ill
inois. K 12-0-2w.
A. llalley has removed to his new
itorarooui, Hi Couuuertal aveuae,- ep
poaltt Wlntar's UloekiAl next door to
the Arab engine houfkiwlUre he will be
pleaaad to see all hN cad- customer and
as usauy nuw ones. Sl-W-tf
Ifrw Year's Hull.
Ncuj.hr'.-Hall zurKroeCtnuuder niueu
Turulialle, mil Syleterabciid, den
III ten Dez., 1&7G. In plain Knlitli
Now-Year's bull In celebration of the
Opunluofthe new Turners hall, New
Year's Eve, 31st December, 6"o.
Iliiilbron Jk Well have reduced prices
on the Iqjlnwinjr artlcle, for thtn week
only : liltek alpaca Troni TiO to X ceiits ;
all wool Kmpress cloths Irom 00 to -15
cents ; navy blui. arid brown water-proot
Irom $1 M) to $1 '-'. , uiuck cussliueie,
from $1 03 to 85 rents ; kill ulottn from
f 1 50 to $1 ; ftlt skirts Irom SI to 7.1
cents ; plaid' tioui :!' to '.'.' cent', and
every tkliii; eluu hi proportion. 1J-1S-1 w
Kverybody to kbow tlmttlie pUcn to Kt
A imootli sbatc,
A (food thanipoo,
A fashionable hslr-eut, ,
Or aiiyiUlUK io that Hue,
U at til UltANb CsifcTiuL Uambbr
iUoH, garner KljjUtli aud Commtrclsl.
8 tf J. Ubohui Stiimuousb.
LYNCH & HOWLEY S
Real Estate Column
Good dwelling house on WaWut, be
tween T weuty-ifccond and Twenty-third
Tenements Not. 2, 3 and 4, on Sev
enth street, west of Walnut.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Business house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham A Stllwell.
Uuiluess house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
nan A Co.
Winter' Block--suitable for Hotel
Offlccs or Business room cheap.
Tenement numbered 4, 1, 8 and 0, In
Winter's Kow, 6 rooms each, for f 10 pur
No. 10 (corner), $13 B0 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, aear Wash
ington avenue 4 rooms $10 a month.
-Store room In "Pilot House," lately
Occupied by A, llalley.
'-A good farm with good houses, odiio.
tit Cairo Haws farm cheap.
u A small House west of Twenty.
vtoond stret,uear Pluc, $4 per montlu
Dwelling house on Twcllth, near
Walnut, 8 room.
Store room on Levee, above Klghth
itrtet $30 per month.
Dwelling house o Sixth street and
Upper floor of brick building on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street,
Room lu various part ol the city,
FOIt LEASE OR SALE.
Laid, la tract to suit, near Cairo.
$ b ulhtiit.
WENDK9DAY, DKCKMBKK2J, 1WC.
KATKN OP AnVKRMNIftU.
rAII Mill! for advertising, aieiliieaiid pay
able in ahvmi;.
TratulMil ndf rrtlilng will be Inserted nt III"
rale "fl l lr b(Uurc fur Hie (litt Insertion
ami r(fiiti fortiu'lKiilisoiiieiit one. A liberal
iIIkroiiiiI will be made on atnudliifr ntid ilWiluy
(.IiiikIi, Hocltty, Feillval mid .Supper uoticcit
will only lie Inwrliil ni ailtertirrrurnta.
Kor InwrtlnK Kiiniiul nollie SI (, Notice of
niretini; ofsoektleit or aecre t onlera M renin for
eucti InaerllAn. v
No aJvertiaeiuent WiU lie rerelved at 1m) tlian
Local Buaineaa Notlcua, of
ten line or moro, InaertuU
lu the Hulletlu uu followa :
Ono lnaartlon vr lino ft Cent.
Two Inanrliunauar lino 7 Ontu.
Tkres iuaertlona par line ... 10 Cents.
Blx lnaortlona por Una 16 Oonts.
Two weeka per line ilb Conta.
Oae month per Hue 3f Oonta.
No Reduction will be made lu above
I.oenl Weather Keaiert.
Ciao, III., Die. vl, le75.
ll. Ilia. 'l aa. I V.'ikd, Vbu. I Wi.
7 a.m. pi VII 4S I i I'lli7eat7
II " .VMI1 II 3 l!l l l.i . I...
tp.m. ;.20l V ' H I A I
rireant, Sltfii.l Seol.e, U.S. A.
Cottsjtc on nth street, live rooms good
cittern, etc. inquire of Dit. Sjiiiii
Utiluv to the Inclemency of thu
weather, and the Indisposition of Mrs.
Alvord, there was no lecture last nljjht.
It has been cousldurcd bet to dlscon-
tiuue the lectures until alter tho holi
(Jrand lunch at "Our Saloon" to-
Oeor;i Merl, Eq., ot Mound City.
was lu town yesterday.
Choice New Orleans sugars aud syr
ups at the New York Store. ia-5-'.0t
The market is glutted with turkeyf.
Cobbles ought to be cheap.
For groceries of every kind, go to
Louis II. Myers', 113 Commercial avenue.
There was very little of Interest trans-
Ired hi police bnines yeitcrday.
Come one, come all, and cat of the
grand lunch at "Uur Saloon" to-night.
12-lB.tf Fkkd. Hoi nKiNi.
Captain Thomas, ol Metrojioli', was
at the St. Charles yesterday.
I'roleseorC. Hardy Informs hisechol-
ars thai his dancing school Is postponed
until alter the holiday.".
Mr. Day, ot tLo law llnu ot Krick &
Da, Jonosboro, was in attendance on
robate court yesterday.
Ladles wishing to purchase under
wear for themselves or children, can get
ust what they want at Burzcr & Co's,
l'Jl Commercial aveiiHP. l'J-1'j.lm
The ladies of the MuthoeJist church
are preparlur a Christmas tree for the
dltlcatlon of the "little ones."
William Itoberts, for a plain drunk,
was tined two dollars. Boberts mid.
Brown aud O'Meaicy made tho arrest.
Oil cloths and carpets, and in fact
verythlng heart can wish lor, canjlw
found by callinj: on Burscr & Co. l'Jl
omtuercial avenue, l'.'-IU-lui
The Cliristmas decorations at the
Church of the liedeemcr are belli'' nrc-
Kreali Mnltlmure abell oyatera Ht
1 In ii lent' Hotiae. 1 1. '.'H.I I
Assorted colors Gianito Paper with
Envelopes to match, at the Bri.i.i:ri
Found A wnllct, contaluiug u small
sum ol iiiouny. Tim owner can obtain
It by applying to Kobctt Aiianin, at the
F.gvptiau Mills. 12.22-1 w.
O. A. Harker, lOtij., ol Vienna, and
Mr. IJriggs. a young.nttorney of Harris-
burg, were In the city on Monday cveu-i"K-
. . .
lame linens, aapkius, towels anu
bed spreads of every kind, and to suit
the want of every person, can betouud
in great abundance at Burger it Co's,
124 Commercial avenue. 12-l!i-lm
Win. Pitzpatrlck fur being drunk
aud disorderly was lined live and the
appendages. William drew Ills wallet,
paid his tine, and departed. Brown and
O'Mealey made thu arrest.
He sure and come to the grand lunch
at "Our Saloon to-night.
l'-lb-it l'KED. lloillLlNS.
John Tooloy was arrest-il by Chief
iossman on Monday night on a charge
of disorderly conduct. JHStlce Bird
lined him live dollars and cons, Ho was
scut over" for lour days.
Fpr splendid blauketx, water-proofs,
ahhnieres aud Jeaus, call on Burger, 121
Commercial avenue. 12-HMui.
There Is Ulty cents In cash lu the gen
eral luud ot the county treasury, Treas
urer Holy holds fust.to that fifty cents. Ho
wants It for Christmas.
Choice Michigan cider for sale at the
New York store, by the quart, gallon
aud barrel ; also K. & W. Slt Bising
Buckwheat flour, very choice.
10-12-lli-lOt. C. O. Patkiu A Co.
Owing to tho ruin of tho night pre
vious-, work on the uew luvce was mis-
peuded yesterday forenoon. Tho
ground was io wet that it was found im
possible to work to iy advantage.
The Alesmiiler t'ouuty lluuk aulla
xeuatNitoou nil tlie prluelial ellleaor
Ktirnta, auil itlleuila to tbe eolli'ctlou
rrlnlma Hnd eataloa, eairiallly lu
Tho tastrsof thu mosit (itstlHIous lady
sn be satlttled by calling on Burger A
Coi when they w"t laces, embroideries,
linen, iNfft or collars. Their stock U
uperb ana complete. 13-10-1 m.
Tho saloc.ke, jjers of tho pity will
hold a meeting m t10 w 0f thu Culro'
Casino on Thursday evenliiir. Tho ob
ject ol tbe meeting Is not stated lu Iho
can, uuiwe pretumu it has reference ,to
lue license question.
Hosiery, gloves, nubias nud scarfs
lu groat abundance, aud at the very low
eH prices, at Burger A Co's , 121, Coin
inerclal avenue. 12 HMm.
Lndles'aiid chlldien'M knitted Jackets
with aud without sleeves, of nil luinglu-
nble styles. In this Vast and varied slock
none can fall to bo suited, as the prices
rnuifo. Children' sacks from M cunts .
ladies' Jackets froln $1 up, to suit your
selves. 12-18-lw IIkii.iikon A Wki
II you want nu economical healing
stove for wood and one of the'liiindioiu-
et stove lu the nmtket,swltl llUiinimi
tcd front, buy the Improved Evening
Star "Hhlch took thu blue ribbon at St.
Louis Fair last October, over all otheis
on exhibition. For sale by C. W. lien
demon, 1!H Commercial a.vciiue, Culro,
Wu rrgict toannoiince that the life or
Mrs. Hlchml b itgcruld Is despaired ot.
Mrs. F. hn been an invalid for a long
(hue, and her sull'uilngs have been in
tene. She is a very Miuiahle ladv, and
an exemplary wife aud mother. Mr.
I' itgcrald ami his family have the sym
pathy ot the community in this, tho hour
of their bereavement.
diitt received from New York 2000
pounds more of liune lino mixed French
candles at twenty-tlvo cents per pound at
Pun. 11. Saui-'h,
Corner Klghth etteet nud Washington
A large stock of ladles', iuiacs' and
children's shoes, of Iho latest styles and
Illicit lnul4ji!ul, em very clrviili. nn (in
sine at omger iV co s, 124 Commereiel
avenue. 12-19-1 m.
I'reali llnltlmore aliell iiyalera nt
Ihn I'lnaler' limine ll.2.
We regret to anuouueo that -Mr.
Samuel I'lliiian is about to remove his
dry goods store to other tields. He has
secured a locatlou, in Kentucky, we be
lieve at Clinton. Mr. Cllmaii has done
biiilnees hi Cairo for several years, aud
as a bulncs man and citlcn he Is highly
esteemed. Ills numerous friends Join
with uslu good wishes for his success in
life, aud lu kindly recommending him to
to his new friends aud associates.
For ribbons and ties of every shade
aud quality, and mutllers of all kinds,
you should go to Burger A Co's, 121,
Commercial avenue. They have Just
what you want, and will not lull to please
The colored Methodists have deter
mined to give a grand sacred concert
next week, probably on thu evenings o
the 2Sth and 2'.Hh. Madtmo Bailer, of
Chicago, aud Ml. Banks, of St. Louis,
will be in attendance. As a vocalist
Madame Bailer tnjors the reputation ot
being one of the best lu the State. Miss
Banks will preside at tho piano. Jut
where the concert will be held has not
Burger it Co. have on baud one of
the largest, most elegant and fashion
able stocks of dres goods, silk and pop
lins over brought to Cairo. They havu
put their prices down to the very lowest
notch, aud buyers will liad it to their
advantage to give them a call. 12-19-1 in
our people than J. Burger, ami on his
hut trip sast, he purchased oneoi the
most elegant stocks of shawls, cloaks
aud fur that could be found. Give him
call aud look at tliem. whether you buy
or not. 12-19-1 ni.
The most acceptable holiday prefent
to a Housekeeper would be a patent llour-
chit aud bread-table. This neat article
will hold two hundred pounds of flour,
ibout seenty-llve pounds ot meal, and
thu fame amount of Buckwheat or Gra
ham flour, contains two bread-boards, al
ways hi place, u rolllug-plu holder, a
kueudlng trough, a yeast box and a bread
closet, aud when closed forms a kitchen
side-board or ironing table. It stands on
caturs, and U ornamcntnl. Price, deliv
ered, $12. Orders may buleftatL. II.
Myers' grocery store, or addressed to
J. l'OWKlt IIki.v,
12-19-tf P. O. Box 718.
Andrew aliawi M urre'ted ves-
terday by Deputy SherllV John Slietw
on a charge of forgery. For more than
a year Wallace has been au employe ol
the Cairo box and basket factory com
pany. Ul lale lie li.'i" drank' a great ileal,
and yesterday morning was discharged
lor diuukunness. In tho afternoon Wal
lace made his npMaiancc at the
store ot lleilbrou A Well, on Commer
cial avenue, aud purchatcd a couple of
overcoats, paying for them In checks
drawn on the box factory company.
Me.-trs. 11, ,t W. suspecting there might
be something wrong, sent u man ,to the
bank with thu checks, where It was as
certained they were forgeries. Tho otll
eers were uotillcd, and between live aud
six o'clock, Deputy Shcrltl'Johii Shechuu
arrested Wallace on board the Jim Fik,
on which ho hud taken passage up the
river. Wallaco was ctcortud to the
eoiintyjutl and locked up.
I lie Tavlor Literary Club will glv
another of their inimitable performances
at the Atheueuiu this evening. Thu en
tertainment will bu fully equal to the one
given some time ago by thu club, and
that thu "boys" will bu greeted by a full
house Is almost certain. The following
"Ijinil ol the lleuuttmt,"
...t UI.I. HANI)
J . A. Htevtt
,. .Lou Scliiinlers
--iiown Ainunif me i-oai.
"0n lit Itht-r, my Karlluif,
".silll I Lose Ttife,"
Cli:ilKu-f L'loic Ijillyauil Wulsli
liuliiuiieiital 1 met I. u, llrlvkry
Never UUs Hie l.ancr till Hit Kt Itutia Dry
SlugliiK l.'ndi r llllli'iiltl,Si'liiU'Li'rs ami .Mod'rc
THE UNIIAI'l'Y IMIKI
Juki' (llic lliuucry NIhl-oi)...
Soliifiin.l Dunce I.nllyuinl WuUli
Klml Aituiaiife of
T II K OWL8
lu llii'lrNvw i'cl.illlti.
Silfcllnm from VopuUr Airs on llir Musical
liolilfU K. II. Dmllty
To Conclude with
Tim Sirens Arrival I
Dr. Clwttruu, I). II r. N. W. llackvr
.i'iiliir (his unsistiuit I). II V. Q Mcliro
.lliiimy Ducks I. Irrln Oswald
As au evidence of what energy, per
severance, fair dealing, and u tree usu of
printer s ink will do, wo ruler our renders
to thu mammoth establishment of Messrs.
lleilbrou A Well, on Commercial avenue
Tho proprietors aio both young ntenj
but wo venturu io say have become as'
widely knowu during the low mouths
they have done business hero as any or
our older luerqWils. To fully appre
ciate how larg ' their patronage has
growi', it Is mocsisry to spend a half
hour lu their sic re at any time of day on
any day of the veek. Clerks and pro
prietors find in time for rest. These
gentlemen stall d out, taking "rock bot
tom" pi ices for their motto, aud a pres
ent of u calico dres w itli every seven dol
lars worth ot goods sold. Knowing
their plan would be understood nud re-
warded, they a
once set to work through
and by posters to make
e people, aud the remit
It known to
their highest an-
great ailvijutago In having
in their storu jlry goods trimmings and
notions, and oter.vthlug that a customer
may call for it low prices, while their
rsady madu clothing, hats, caps, boots aud
thou department Is untqiiHled in stock
Of holiday gilts they havu every de
scription, at prices to suit thu slimmest
or longest pur.o.
We take great pleasure lu wilting thu
above coiuiaedatiou, and in recommend
ing Messrs. lleilbrou it Well to thu pub
I'robatu couit, December term, 187.1,
fudge F. Bross presiding, convened on
.Monday morning, 20tli lust. Jacob (j.
Lyuch, county clerk, aud Alex. 11. Irviu,
Fp to neon yesterday (Tuesday) the
following busluess was disposed of :
iikcemiick 20in rntsr kav.
lu the matter of the guatdlaushlp of
the minor heirs of Aaron Thoin.i, de
ceased. Guardlsn appeared, and made
report that moneys due heirs Irom the
L'ulted States government had not been
received ; gtiardiau relieved from making
further repert until such money shall
have been received.
I u the matter f the guardiaiuhlp of thu
minor heirs of Henry M. Taylor, de
ceased. Iteport tilled, approved aud or
Kstate ot Dyas T. Parker, deceased.
It. H. Cunningham, administrator. Let
ters of administration Nsued by clerk lu
vacation ; action of clerk approved, and
letters ordered recorded. Appraisnient
Kstate ot Margarett Held, deceased ;
Daniel Held, administrator. Inventory
and appralsmcut bill, approved.
Kstate of David Jackson, deceased;
, administrator. Appralsmcut bill
filed and approved. Widow's allow
ance $090; report aWo approved mid oi
KstaU of J. II. Wild, deceased. Prool
of publication for presenilation of claims
presented, approved and ordeied of rec
ord. The following claims against snid
estate wero considered and allowed : Dr.
W. 1!. Smith, $73, fifth class claim : II.
Warducr. $U, fifth class claim ; Barclay
Bros., $27 75, third class claim ; Parker
it Axley, Vis 00, sevouth clas claim ; J.
A. Folwell, $10 seventh class claim ;
John Wild, $'J2 CO, seventh class claim.
Kstate ot Ben). Bradley, deceased ;
Caleb Hofliier, administrator. Petition
aud bond approved, and letters ordered to
iiue. David Moivery, Paul Mowery
and William Jackson appointed apprais
ers aud warrants ordered to issue to
Iir.C 2lst SKCO.SI) DAY.
Solomon II. Sitter vs. estate of 1). M.
Jones ; Mulin'da Jouc, administratrix.
Assumpsit, douiaiid $.V)U. Continued
by agreement to January term of Court.
Frank Kther, by H. S. Yoeum, his next
friend, vs. eitatc ot G'no. W. Krwin, de
feated, aisumpit ; demand $33,02. Ad
ministrator waived service of notice, eti
wl aupearauce; proof heard, and judg
ment for S3:i,k uuv,i. Suventh class
We will H'll, hurealter, our goodn at
thu following prices, nud solicit the pat
ronage of thu public :
Family brands, per ran 35 cents.
Standards, per can -Jri cents.
Select, per can W cents.
Select, extra, per can r.o cunts.
Tub oysters, per 100 $1 00
Chicago Trout and White... 11 cts. per lb.
liaine, Pan Fish. ... 10 ami 15 cts. per lb.
Of all descriptions constantly on hand,
consisting of wild tuikuv, squirrels and
Family groceries very cheap lor cash.
ti:a ami cofi'kk
Madu u specalty. tllvu us a trial.
Cheaper than thu cheapest.
12-3-ff. Wm. Wintkii, Jk., A Co.
41 o Nee Them.
Under Brothers, Jewelers, corner of
Klghth street and Washington avenue,
Is onu of thu oldct-l and most reliable
business nniu in Southern UHnoU. They
have thu best ot workmen lu their estab
lishment, and mntiufacturu to order any
thing lu their lino with dispatch and of
the finest material. Their stock of Jew
ulty is elegant nud is onu of thu largest
and best ever brought Into thu State.
There will bu a meeting ot the saloon
keepers of Cairo at thu hall of the Cairo
Caino, hi the Klib's building, on Com
mercial avenue, between Kiuveiith and
Twelfth streets, on Thursday, December
23d, at 7:30 o'clock. All saloon-keepers
lu Cairo aru requested to attend, as bus
iness of Importance will come before thu
'lv lliiiulreil Mullen' llenver S'lonWe.
Wu are going to sell them nt prices that
will enablu every lady to own n stylish
and well madu garment. A good beaver
clonk liopi $-2 AO to $2.1.
12-18-lw lliui.iiiio.N & Wkii..
The llNrker-KiiykenilNll 4'onlealeil
Election fnte-riio Horn." lit III
Vikn.sm, li.m., Dec, 20.
Ko. Bulletin i Tho contested elec
tion casu (hit has been on thu docket for
two years, and has created great Interest
and much feeling amongst thu people of
Hils county, has at last come up for dial.
I allude to the suit of O. A. Harker vs.
A. J. Kuykundall, for thu county judge
ship. The Major has used every effort, from
the commencement or tho suit, to stuvc it
oil', while Mr. Harker has strove tobtlng
tho matter before the court for n hearing.
The people are clamorous and insist on a
decision. This morning ufter the casu
had been called, the defendant's attorney
made u motion to dismiss proceedings
tor want of Jurisdiction; this motion be
ing over-ruled by the judge, the suit
The writer, as well as many others,
hat observed "Bos" Kukendall at
tempting to lobby thu court nt
every opportunity. Ho meets the
judge tit thu court liouso door, and
escorting htm to the hotel, he
button-holes him thru1. .
Thu people have too much coulldeurc
lu David J. Baker's honesty and honor
to think that Boss KuykemtuU, i tiny
one else could lulluoucc him to swerve
from hla duty lu thu lcat, In this casu or
... . .... uflm,,t asMiiianc;
that thu "Boss' " ellorts in Oils direction
are Jail in vain, and when u decision
shall have been rendered, impartial jus
lice will be donu to all. 7.iv.
tOIJ.VCII. I'lUMIIKII, 1
C .u no, 111., Dec. '20, lsT'i.
Present Ills Honor .Mayor Viuter;aud
Aldermen llalllday, Lancaster, el-
lis, Hlttenhoiite, Suup and Wright 0.
Chapter 3, of ordinance 1, was read at
Section II, of chapter 3, was amended
so as to read $3 per day instead of $'-' 50
Chapter -I, of ordinance 1 was read at
Section 5, of chapter I, was amunded so
as to read VJ.X) per auiiuui Instead of
The blank lu section 0, of chapter -I ,
was filled at 'JJ percent.
Chapter., of ordinance 1, was read at
Second G, of chapter 5, was amended
by .striking out $3 and Inserting $J5, and
striking out $2.1 and iasrting i.'.O.
Section 32, of chapter 5, was amended
by inertlng embankments and stricklng
out I.evee street.
Section CS, of chapter .", was amended
so as to read "or any other water gauge
belonging to the city."
On motion of Alderman llalllday, the
council adjourned to meet Tuesday even
ing, December 21t, at 7:1(0 p.m.
W. F. AXI.KV. City Clerk.
TLu.ro U no doubt soiuctbiug musical
about the chink of silver, and yet specie
has its disadvantages. It Is unwieldy,
and is moro easily counterfeited than
paper. Hall's Balsam has been counter
feited, but thu genuine may bu known by
the private proprietary stamp of John F.
Henry on each bottle. Always gut the
genuine It you want a sure cure for
coughs, colds, hay fover, Influenza, etc.,
utc. Price, 1. wit
A UoiiiI I'Ihci- to Uuy.
A. Ilalley's nuw store is certainly onu
of thu best arranged of thu kind tube
found lu thu city, and what is better, lie
has so arranged his prices that many aru
taking advantage of thu opportunity of
fered to buy stoves, tinware, etc., cheaper
than ever known in Cairo. Call on llal
ley, 11& Commercial avenue, next door to
the Arab engine house. 9-30-tf.
Our lease uxplrlng thu 1st of the year,
to siivo expenses wu shall lor (he balance
of this in on (li soil our Immense stock of
mens and boys' clothing, irrespective o
value to get It Into Immediate cash. Ilu
usual bargains may bu expected.
llKlLIIKO.V t Vi:il
1 12 and 1-14 Commercial aveuc.
They've Uni It.
For every description of flue and beau
tiful juwelry, of the very latest patterns
and styles, go to Buder Brothers, corner
ot Eighth street mid Washington avenue.
This firm has Just received one of thu
largest nud best stocks ever brought to
Culro which they are sulllng at tho very
lowest prices. All will do well to glvu
them a call before buying at other place.
Ferlert ifenlib I
Kverybody should valuu their health
more thau wealth. It Is criminal suicide
to neglect coughs, colds and sore throats,
when such ailments mny result lu fatal
pulmonary complaints. Their safety
will bo secured by using Wlshai t's Pine
Tiee Tar Cordial, which speedily purl-
flus all lullauimatory blood !
Old hats madu nuw by Mr. S. 1..
Uodgc, fashionable hatter, who Is nt thu
Arlington llmiw to remain only u few
days. Take your battered old "plug"
and "stove pipes" to him and Ihey will
bo i-iliirucd to you looking good as now,
with stylu changed to thu "latest agony,"
for only onu dollar. 12-22-lf
Notlea of Keusuvnl.
C. Koch lias removed his boot aud
shoei shop from the old stand to his
now brlcl. building (one block below),
No. W Commercial avenue, between
Fifth aud Sixth streets, w licit) ho will
kuep tho best homo madu and St. I.oul
custom mauo bouts nud shoes, madu of
thu bet material ; good workmanship
nud in thu latent styles, All orders
promptly attended to. 0-23-tf.
The saloon hi tho Grand Central hotel
will bu tor rent by the 1st of January
next. For particulars apply to
Wm. Wktki., Proprietor.
Prices Speak Louder than Words I
Greatest Inducements Ever Offered t0 Customtrt
J. BURGER A CO.
Everybody la Invited to Call and Examine oir Immense Hook of
Which Muat bo Reduced in tiro next Thirty Day a.
LOOK AT OURPRICES ! LESS THAN EVER BEFORE
All Dre9S Goods anil Silks Reduced in Price 1
Shawls, Cloaks and Furs Marked Way Dow nt
We nro Determined to Reduce our Stock, nd Prices will not Btamd la our Way I
Woolun Goods, Nubias, Scarfs, Jncltotn, etc., at a Oreat Sacrifice).
UlunicotH, FlnnnelH, and Doinonuu Ciooda at Prices nover
thought of boforo. Our Slock of Hosiery, and Qlovva
Ilcducod to Lowest Figures, and unprccadented .
Dargninn in Ladiea' and Children's
Kid Gloves aro Ofl'ored.
If so, call on u for Ladles
Fancy Goods suitnblo for
rics anu Hcurin, anu lor utuoons.
SAVID IS MOXTZ7 XAZUf XD
Earn it by biiyinsrLndios'. Children's and Misses' Custom Made Shoes
at Our HouHO. .Extraordinary Bargains in
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, NAPKINS, TOWELS, TOWJILINO.
BSD SPHEA.DS, IRISH LINENS, CAKPETtJ, OIL
CLOTns AND WINDOW SHADES.
W'AII Dtl'AlllUkMT, ItlVXW liEI'OUl,
Dec. 21. lo7J.
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.Nuw Orliaui ....
STflit, SlifniU.Srvlrf, U.S. A.
Steamer Jim Fink, Paducah.
" John F. Tollo, Nuw Orlcins.
" Mary Houston. Cincinnati.
' John Ollmorc and tow.St.I.oulf,
" Coal Hill and tow, St. I.oul.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" Mary HoiKon, New Orleans,
" John Gllmore and tow, Ohio.
" Bellu Memphis, St. Louis.
KIVKIt, WKAlllKK AND llUSINCSS.
Thu Ohio river full 1 foot IJ Inches
yesterday. Thu weather has been very
llsagrcoablu. It commenced rain
ing last night, aud has kept at It oil nud
on until this evening. Busluess is no
Thu Warner and barge?, Captain
Mart It. FlshcF, is at Sew Orluan, uiV
will leaye to-day tor thu Ohio river.
The Belle of St. Louis was to have
left St. Louis for Vlcksburg yesterday at
Thu Commonwealth, Captain Tom
Shicldcr. C. II. Carter, clerk, left St.
Louis for New Orleans yesterday morn
ing. The City of Alton leaves to-day for
The John Glliuoru and Coal Hill,
both arrived yesterday with tows ot iron
Captain Fred Davis Is lying sick on
board the T. F. F.ukert. Ills illness Is
nothing serious, however, aud he will bu
out again In a day or two.
The Hello .Memphis left Us Tor St.
Thu Minnesota will leave Cincinnati
for Memphis to day.
rvo ClierolflJc lett Clnciniuwv c..
New Orleans yesterday.
While the Jim Fish was loading at
Hallhiay A Phillips' wharf-boat last
night, Deputy Sherlll JehuSheeliaii went
aboard of her and arrested a party named
Wallace, who had forged two checks on
tho proprietors of thu Cairo Box and
Baskut company, nud lodged him in Jail.
Tho Polar Star Is expected hero to
day, and will reshlp her cargo on tho
City of Alton, now lyiuig at thu whiif.
Tho Alton leaves this evening lor Nuw
The Colossal will bring out a cargo
for the Julia, lor Vlcksburg.
Tho Julia leaves this evening for
Thu Elliott left St. Louis lor this port
on Monday night.
-Tho Nashville, when a few miles
above Dauvllle,on the Teiineeu i iver, on
Sunday, ran through her larbored cylin
der, breaking both heads mid losing her
pltmou overboard. Shu returned to Dan
ville for repairs.
The Thotmu Sherlock is leported to
be making her way to Cincinnati on ono
wheel,; having damaged tho other niter
leaving Evausvlllu on Sunday.
Tho John. F. Toole, with a tow of
Iron oru came Into port ycsturday even
ing. The otllcers ot U" ," are mak-tug-arrangements
to bring excursion
pariydowu from Paducah to-nnrrow.
A happy thno Is to bu made of It by
Captain Williams and hlsalliiblu clerks.
Thu Arllugton, Captain Dan Moore,
lett Nuw Orleans Monday night for the
Tho Charles Morgan will leavu New
Orleans to-day tor her return tilp to
Louisville nud Cincinnati.
Thu Klsniiirck was announced to
leavu Js'uw Oiienus lor Memphis, Culro
mid St. Louis yesterday. . i
Mud, slush, nud nothing new, or very '
Interesting wus to bu found on thu levee
The City Mul.rry.
Attention Is called to thu card of tho
City Bakery, to bu round hi this lssuu.
Mr. Hebsanker, thu proprietor, has by
Industry ami fair dealing, itabllsheil a
lucrative business. When you want auy
tlitug in his line glvu liltn n call.
Missos' and Children's Underwear, for
Holiday Presents, for Bilk
Mule- or Rpnl Ealnle.
Thu undersigned oilers for salo lots No.
12, 13 and 14, lu block No. 20, lu the city
"' Cairo, together with a cottage shu
nted u said lots, at a low figure. For
further Information, call at the residence
ol the undersigned. .loiix Sciikel.
To merchants, liquor dealers and team
All licenses expiring December 31t,
187o, must be renewed on or before Jan
uary 1st, 187C.
All liiaior dealers whose licenses ex
pire December ."list, 1875, are hereby no
tilled to flic bond at clerk's ofllce on or
before January 4th, 1870, at which tlruo
the city council will take action thereon.
W. F. Axi.nr, City Clerk.
A silver plated No. 9 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) tiulth.
valued at $8.'i. Will bu sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, aud ordered direct
from thu tictory.
Colored nud mounted Maps ot the
city of Cairo at $2 GO each (hall price.)
A No. 1) Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma-
elilnn Viitoeil -it 7.1 Will 1u nhl at SI
discount, and ordered direct from '
A $'J0 Itemington Sewing Machln
e7s uii air vttwtt j'iiuiu ivt iiiuwr i
hoot aud shoe manufacturer.
gj-A Myiu "E," "Clough, Warren A
Co, V Parlor Organ, right from tho fac
tory at Detroit. List price, 300. Will
bu sold for $200.
1000 sheets of brlstol board Just re
ceived at thu Bulletin ofllce, and tor
sale to thu trade.
City or Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at halt
price ($2.50) at thu Bullktix office.
20,000 note heads, 30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter heads, 10 renins statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle pnper Just
received and for sale nt the Bullktin
6yXX Amber und White rag stock
envelopes at the Bullktin olllce, printed
i3 M and it 00 per M.
Buy your groceries at the New York
Store, cheapest place lu Cairo. 12-6-20t
at UiaaUovu articles, apply a
thu liut.LKTss ofllce. ft. A. Bvrsxti
A Ho. 1 Laundry.
It Is now eouceijed that Mrs. Coleman,
the Uuudrvss, Nc. 12 Fourth street, be
tween W.nhlnjjtja & Commercial avenues,
bai one of tbe best conducted laundry es
tablishments in the city, and landlords of
hotels ami hoarding Uounos will And it to
their sdvantsgu to call upan her.
llor .rlcis aru us lollows: Hotel and
hoardiug-houso washing, 70 cents
duen. Fot place work prices
as follow : Single shirt and
col lar, 10c; per dozen 80c; souks 6c; two
irs, fie; two handkerchiefs, lie; veita 80c;
and all gentlemen's wear. 80c, per
do.tii. Ladles' dresses, 25 to Mc;
il;tl ts It) to 20c; drawers 10 to 16c; two
pair hoso Be; two collar ft to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothes tl oo per dozen; for la
dles iluu clothes, l 20 per dozen: done
draiuptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
tronage sollolteU. 5-31 -tin
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Bulletin, uulest tbe
snmu Is madu on n written order signed
by thu president or secretary of the com
pany, and wc will accept no orders given
by au employe of the company, for any
Caiiio Bui.lktix Comay.
November 10. 187o.
NKH' A pygTiaEMEWT8l.
THE WORLD'S SENSATION !
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
FBIDAY, DECBMBKE 24, IK 6,
Tiliiinphimt tour. art r astrlss bf-brllllaat ea
KaKviuvnii hi new iort, iniufo. .w ur
liuus sail Hi Houtli, of Ihejustlr ccle
tinted OMKAT OaiUINAL
Can Can Dancer
from Wobfan Hall,. New York. Adaullac
iinar oriinit'eanit lieiuity ar bfore niualei)
upon the Ainericaa slagu. AilmlwioatOaad 73
ctuts Htwved KfsUaiiSj rr sal at llsrl
linn's W. If sllKKUAa.
K-IJ-iHt. oaerit Aguul.