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b MM dMmlM, worth jurt yr ,mW
ChrttBM come but once year,
and wlwn It conet it bring- good cheer"
we hop to alt our patrons and readers
ofthe Bullktix wherever they may he.
To all of .them, to the children
aud to the children or a larger growth
of all aft, wo with good health, a good
dinner, a cheerful temper, mid that
Hood St. Nick, the patron Mint ol the day,
may bring to each of them the gift that
each Jlree the most.
ihk wit xt ratto Kcimsios.
The executive committee of the Illi
nois PrtM Allocation, have accepted an
invitation from the city council (if Juliet,
and announce that the next annual niaet-
log of the association will be held &lJV
ntv llm I.-wf nvk In liar or Itvat. fc''1'
excursion will be
made alter the meeting to riilladulphlM,
to givo the editor. an upportttnlty to visit
the ceutenulnl exhibition. Arrangement
will ba maie to take a pleasure trip on
the ocean and to return to Illinois
through the State of New ork. To
commodate the members of the
ation and their ladles the ol,""' ,nteMd
to engage the requisite "lu'r "r sk'elw
log cars that can bo ctipled while goln
and coming an,llll lr,y ri"ialn
In PWHadeWila. A dining car well sup
plied 'th provisions, cook and waiters,
riu accompany me. i rain lor ine no-mii
modatlon of lue excursionists.
"AVTER LONU TEARS."
A shqpriar marriage U shortly to take
place In London. Mrs. Caroline r.llza-
Wth Sarah Norton, vrlio was born in
1808 and Is now sixty-seven years ofngt'
i shortly to be married to Sir Stirling
Maxwell. Mrs. Norton is u grand
daughter of Itlchard ilriuslcy Sheridan
aud inherited to a great degree the brll
liancy which distinguished her ancestor
She has been a prolific writer ol prose
and verse, but is perhaps -more
familiarly known by her poem
"Blagen oa the Kliiue," than any thin;
Ue the lias written. She was married
in 1827 to the Hon. Geo. Chappie Norton
but the marriage proved an unhappy
one, aud In 1830 she separated from Iter
husband under circumstances of a very
unpleasant nature. Her name had been
coupled with that of Lord Melbourne
then prime minister. Uer huMiand
brought suit against the nobleman, but
after an exciting public trial, tlie defend
ent was acquitted. Apcilod of thirty
nine years has elapsed since then, and
Mrs. Norton is now about to make n se
ond matrimonial venture.
The graugers of Fwyelle enmity, Ten
nessee, will hold a mestlug on Monday,
the 27th lust. At that meeting a propo
sition will be laid before the grangers
Iroui Thomas Allen, president of the St.
Louis and Iron Mountain railroad, to the
effect that it the citieus re.
tldiug along the route between Holly
Springs, Mississippi, and Brownsville,
Tennessee, via Moscow aud Somerville,
will raise one hundred and twenty-live
thousauU dollars, his company will build
a road from Holly Springs through those
points to some point on the Mississippi
Central road, lsading to Cairo.
The Memphis Apptal believes the
Fayette county people would prefer
Memphis as a trading post to any other
auil V Urvtln niiiv uruu- -
defer action upon AUru'n proposition
until Memphis can be beard from lu re
lation to the fifty thousand dollar sub
scription to tbe Memphis aud Kuoxville
railroad. Ths Memphis chamber of com
merce some time since appointed a com
mittee to solicit subscriptions to this
The reprint of RlacLtobod's Maynzine
tor December has just been Issued by the
Leonard Scott Publishing Co., 41 Barclay
street, New York. The following are
the contents :
1. Tha Dilemma. Part VIII.
2. Suudry Subjects. Statistics,
a. In n Studio-Conversation IV.
4. Left-handed Klsa.
5. Notes from tho Crimen.
7. The Scot at Home.
Owing to the prcieuce of the index,
there is rather less reading matter than
usual. Wht is lacking in quantity is,
however, made up in quality.
The climax of "Tlia Dilemma" has not
yet arrived, but, although this s-.rlat has
"ached Part VIII., the interest ol the
story (u ,,ot Uimlnlsh. There is also
nuriKuucu Kirn, J njllCU !l luw.Jt
we outbreaks ol yellow fever iu ltlo
Janeiro, by the variations lu the
staUof pavlug-stones ou tlie streets ol
sur," but this Is explained hAhc ar
ticle ou Statistics, which coutalus a good
da! of curious information ou "Suudry
Subjects" to which llgurei are applicable.
"It Is by statistics we become aware
that Gert&au theologians sre longer lived
iwuHuwcrxini oi uermaus; that
lib I, .l.rf a... -i ... '
wHiiwiwiuuucr me srigut sky of
Italy Mi longer In tho damp chill of
awuanu, wian iu any otuer parts of the
world , that Uut average rati of mortality
Is diminishing throughout Knrope ; and
usi suicMM, carriage accidents, and
MMcruptolaa occur so regularly aud
ttiH ueu aiiHimniy oi annual number
looxtng-giass takes au mnorlant for trieimbrt.:' "m. ce wcaro
lit iiimr.nu n ... , .. . Is unkind. These ladles are wives add
ins mmcutiiojce at a ulance that :i I m..!!,.... ,i,i ,i.i. ...ir..,.. ....
Innuonce can bo "exercised on erlv love. Thov hare followiiiil..i.r..,.
aud condition, that they almost appear
to lie governed by unvarying law."
The contcn.itlon, "In a Studio," timw
this mouth upon poeim and poeK mat.
ingupcclal mention of Hyron, Shelley, I
Worduoi(li, anil Moore; also of nl
"cnrloiH book published in IS:!?, and
written by John Itelleudeu Ker, in which
tho author seek to prove that many ol
the phrase' now In common ue, a well
a the KuglUh nursery rhymes aud noli
nciiv veres wo learn m children, are
merely corrupt ioiM ol low Dutch poeiiu,
epigrams, and proverbs.''
"N'olcs from the Crimea" U an account
ol that peninsula by one who visited It as
nn ordinary traveller. Sevastopol U, nf
cottr.-e, the tlrst Mopping place, mid n
dreary and desolate one it must be ; those
who do not care to rough it ran find tic
eommodatioiis at Yalta, ahcautllul place,
sixty miles distant, which they can reach
cither by steanir r or by n hard ride of
eleven hount' duration, in u IttHjIan post
cart, a conveyance "without any attempt
at spring," and with a "eat made of
plaited cords, crossed from tide to side."
Is "The Scot at Home" misnamed ?
Arc wo to conclude that the cliiet object
of a Scotchman'!) life Is to play goll?
After reading the article, we have come
to the conclusion thai "the ticolathomc'1
it always out.
The periodical reprinted by the Leon
ard Scott Publishing company. (41 liar-jj-.,
rew Tori;), are as follows :
Tlic .dtiiioM aifer(i, Edinburgh, We.it-
uumttr, unit Unlui Quarterlii lli-r
aud Jilacfovorf'o .v..,Vu;iie. i'rlce, l a
year for a" one, or only Sl.'i for nil, anil
the i''',,''oe I prepaid by the publisher.
A Washington telegram to the Chicago
if -Of tit a, one ofthe itadlcal family,
tells fome family M erits concerning the
whisky ring, unouou u. l.usscii. a
Chicago distiller, has unbosomed him
self to Secretary BrUtow and Solicitor
Wilson. The prool ol Russell's guilt
were plain, and Messrs. BrUtow and
Wilson Impressed it upon ids mind
bo successfully that he was
a sure candidate for the penitentiary
that, when lie unfolded his budget aud
laid bare the history of the whisky ring
In Chicago as lie knew them, Secretary
llrUto w was astonl.-lied and Solicitor Wll
sou refused to believe his cars. Utissell
declared that tho whole machinery of the
llepubllcan party had been kept in open
Hon by contributions from distillers In
Chicago. He stated that tho greater
share of the prollts of the illicit opera
tious was sel.cd by Washhigtoi
officials, ami charged upon the distil
lers' books as campaign distributions
He mentioned some of the friends and
counselors of Hie president as being "ben
elieiarles ol the ring" whose names have
not yet been connected with it, and in
formed Secretary Hi Mow that the name
of one nl tho cabinet olllcers had heei
Ireely used for the purpose of blackmail
iug the distilleries in Chicago as giving
encouragement and aid to the fraud
These are a few ol the points of llusell'
story which have leaked out, au effort
having been made to keep the whole of it
as secret as possible until the trial" next
LnuUvlllc has a one liuiidril mid ten
year old colored woman.
Oakey Hull has made his debut a
au actor lu Xew York City. He was se
verely criticized by some papers, damned
with faint praise hy ol hers ami encour
aged by none.
- From a hurt received on the stage,
Fuchter. the actor, is laid up in .Vow
York from uu injured spine and an abeses
which has formed on his leg. There Is
danger that the limb will have to bo am
putated. Miss Sallle Worthingtoii Davis, the
only daughter ot Judge Davis, of lllooui-
iugtou, was married iu that city on
Wednesday, to Henry Stuart Swayne, of
Toledo " "'.'"'U' i,iv
oatnuel Maggart, performed the service.
A large number of dMIuguished persons
Major I.oaguc, of Memphis, is being i
investigated. He is charged with steal
ing certain bonds himself, and conniving
at tho theft of others.
Courirr-Jottrntil: "Tho llev. lilen
denuing, seducer of Mary Pomeroy, has
not seated himself iu a bed of roses at
Henry, HI., where he recently accepted
the pastorate of a Presbyterian church.
His terrible crime followed him from Jer
sey City, and one-half of his congrega
tion have deserted him aud gone over to
the Congregational church. Glemleu
nlng told n Chicago Tribune reporter that
he had come to Henry to stay, and he in
tended to stick in spite of the Nemesis
which has followed him from the Kast.
The editor ofthe La Cro.se (Wiscon
sin) Sun put his pen into his Inkstand the
other day aud brought it out laden with
Hie following manly and eloquent de
fense of the "widows and orphans" of
the whisky ring thieves, Joyce and Mc
Some of the papers seem to take de
light lu alluding to the tact that Mrs Gen.
McDonald and Mrs. John A.Joyce are
living in grand style on Green Lake,
near Itlpon, and tho papers sneak as
tnougii these ladles were to blame for
r.f.l...!.. .1. . .
ui iiiuu uuiuuiius as any iroou women
would have done, probably never know
ing that tlie business tliuy were engaged
in was not pcrlcctly square. Andiiow
mi i no irouuie uas come lo lliem, they
ought to be permitted to live lu peace,
and not In rear of the sllugs and arrows
of oatrugeoiis newspaper reporters. Mrs.
McDonald Is a grand-mother, having a
married daughter, Mrs. Will Urwnway,
of Itlpou. aud u.other aud daughter are
as line ladles as one would meet in u
year' travel, Si doubt they leel (he
sorrow that has i ben brought upon them
deeply, and editor, should have the man
liness to let them nlone.and not make
K rr,w ,uor,s unbearable. Mrs.
McDonald has ft tin- home, provided hv
a loving husband, when l.e was at the
height oi tlnsncia! prosperity, and for
God's sake let her enjoy it without sliud
7. 5Ttr,;tlme she oins u uewspa
por lor fear the wouuj will be lorn ep
'''ltw m..l 11 II. I t.
J as long as they were provided lb'f! iWii
nliudi, Mrs. Jovee Is her gucM, and oc
cupies her time principally attending to
Ihu want of a child hum since ita lather
ha been in prison, aud not In putting on
tylo nuotit the country, as some ot the
newspaper would have us believe. The
Sun cannot be quiet nud eeo the widow
and the orphan abused, and it lias got to
stop or some cum will get n head put on
'mgrf In llilliili-tililn Nrencftttliil
uri4iriiii ill hip i.xrnmion -inir-lirrpera
In n Now! Hole-A Winter
Nrene In the Art Hnlli-rr-Hniiiiiet
In llurlleulliiral Inll-Tlie Mi 1 1 Hill
t'lnr One II n ml it-il Teiir Ago.
U'lom oiirown (Ninvsiioiiileut 1
W.iiiisiiro.v, l. V., Dec '.'(). is::..
of the legislative, exccutlie, nndjudlcliil
branches of (he government to Philadel
phia, on last Friday, inai l.cd an epoch In
tho history of that city. Tor the llrst
time since the establishment of the gov
ernment ofthe I'lilted State, were there
nseempled under one rool, in tho city of
brotherly love, these three heads of gov
ernment, represented in the persons of
the president, the justices of the supreme
court, and members of both houses of
congress. 1 tardy has a municipality re
ceived its invited guests with more mag
nificent hospitality, The objedt of the
excursion was to see what progress had
been made in the buildings and grounds
vr the exposition which opens on the
10th ol Mav. next.
It Washington on Friday attcrnoou at
irce o'clock, and, without stopping on
the road, reached Philadelphia about
lit in the evening. The president
who, with his cabinet, was in the last
train, wa met at the depot by .Mr. (ieo.
W. Child, publisher nl tho l.nlyti; who
vntcrtalncd him at ids hotue during the
visit. The justice of the Supremo Court.
md members of the cablnt were divided
ut) among the prominent residents of
Philadelphia, aud the senators aud mem
bers of the house were quartered at the
Continental Glrard, nud other hotels
As it had been reported that the preel
dent would go to the Glrard House, an
Immense crowd was in waiting when the
long line ot carriages arrived from the
depot. The entrance? to the hotel were
blocked up with people, ami it was as
much as the police could do to open
narrow pathway when the llrst carriage
arrived. Necks were stretched, hats
were swung, and a hurrah commenced
as the door opened, and two members ot
congress, one senator and your corre
pondcut descended. The crowil stqv
poed that tlie llrst carriage containe
the president '.
Later in the evening, after supper,
AS AMCStNO SCKNK
might have been witnessed lu tlie lobbies
ol the hotels, where the guests wero
lodged. Among the excursionists wen
not u few who by some means or other
had secured n ticket and u red badge
which, ou tills occasion, was used to des
ignatcii member ol congress. As long
us the uewspajier correspondents and
members were around, they took care not
to "play oil " on unsuspecting nu'.ives
hut later iu the evening, when the
thought tlie ground was safe, these wor
thles, among whom were hevcral bar
keepers from Wfohiiiuton, mlulit be rouu
strutting about with the badges of vena
tors and congressmen on Ibis breasts,
while the citizens stared umaed at their
The next morning, at half past nine,
carriages were ready to convey the
guests to the exhibition grouuiN iu
Faliniouut Park. Tho sky wa clear
and the sun shone brightly, but the
weather wa Intensely cold as the long
line ot carriages moved at funeral pace
along the streets, crowded with hall-frozen
spectators, anxious to see the distin
iu ids carriage, led the party ; alter him
came tlie Judges of the Supreme court ;
aud they were followed by the senators,
tneinlitr, unit other invited guests, jum
bled together In happy conruslon.
It was nearly eleven o'clock wheu
Fall mount Park was reached, and the
almost frozen government alighted In
front ot the main Ccutrniii.il building,
where the tour of inspection was to com
mence. Uut oh! the cold. It was lu
teuse, the huge building being only
partly roofed in. Itoreas had free play,
and he made the most of it. Such
AN AC.nitKIU'l ION Ol' UUP, WHITE A Nl lll.l'K
were never seen before ; but then, being
u national utl'alr, tlie national colors were
in order. Efforts at explanation of the
dimeusios, etc., were attempted by the
citl.eus' committee of reception, but
proved too much of a task with the teeth
chattering with cold. Tills building is
simply immense, covering over twenty
one acres of groiiu l. It is made of iron
and glass, aud pic-cuts a handsome ap
pearance, both uishlu nud out.
was tlie next visited. This is of grand
proportions and beautiful structure, but
nothing seemed to attract mi much alien,
tlloniistwo little stoves that were used
to dry the rooms with that had recently
MACIIINKKV II A I.I.
was the next inspected. This Iniildiuir
about thirteen 1 no men
were engaged m placing the boilers lu
position, preparatory lo tlie erection of
the Carllss engine ol' 1000 horse power,
which Is to drive three miles of shutting,
by which the machinery is to Imj ope
rated. The drive over tlie ground was next lu
ordor ) of the buildings on tlie ground,
that of Great Ilrltalu Is the only one Mu
lshed, and the cross of St. George was
floating over it.
A HUMDllKl) VIIAIIS AliO,
Americans fought to keep that play out
of Philadelphia. On Saturday last uo
play was so loudly cheered as this. The
end ot the drive brought us to.
Fortunately the warming apparatus
of tills large tiulldlng had been
completed, and it was comlortablv
wui in. 'fhlrlccn tallies, each with covers
for seventy guests, were replete with the
dellcaclcB ol ctcry season nud zone. The
president, members of the cabinet, jus
tires ol the supreme court, Senator Mor
ton, and E-Scakor lllalne, had seats at
a tablo on a ral-ed dal, where they had a
good view of llm entire hall.
MAV AMI'SIMl I.VOIDKMS
occurred during the banquet. The uimu
being in French, many ol the new mem
bers who had never assisted on au oceu
slon like this wi'iv In a quandary as to
what to ask fir. I saw one member,
who Is now senlnghls Hist term, point
to the tnrnu audatk the waiter (or some
huUrtsI nud, when oysters were brought,
insisted that It vas u mitake. The Jap
anese gentlemen who were silling next
to your correspondent did not mind the
mtnu hut went lu lor everything, both
eatables and drltikables.
At the eloe of the banquet the chilli
was removed, ami
CKUIW AXI ioasis
were In order, tpeeclics wero made by
Chief Justlcu Walt?, Senator Morton, Mr.
lllalne, nud others. Of these, that of Mr.
Waite was the shui hM, and (hat ol Mr.
lllalne the ino-t cmthusiastlcally re
ceived. My 0 o'clock the last toast was reached,
and the last aud best speech (that by Gen
eral Hawley) had been made.
TUB I'AUfV NOW 1IIIOKK til1,
uiglit. I lie rresuicut ami ins caiiinet,
Willi many members of congress, went
to hear Moody nud Saukey. When this
was known, it was slyly hinted that the
real object of the excur.-ion was to con-
ert our entire government, it being coll
ided, on nil hands, that there is great
room for Improvement
The excursion, barring the excessive
old, was a most enjoyable one, and its
results will doubtless soon make them
selves manifest lu a much needed appro
prlatloii by congress to complete tlie
buildings and put the w hole in th M chi".
order by tlie lOtli of May, 187i. 'ai.
Silrlluiil ;roiikeiliira nf Viirluna
nuriM iti-v. nr. wtirKintiu tiunily
Kxeominiitilenleil I'eklu People In
n rvvK in riinmt-.
(SpctIii1 to till' St, Irf,uU TIliKn.)
SiMiiMiKiKi.P. Dec. 23. The Methodist
Court ot Triers of Appeal, iu scson
here, have decided adversely to l!ev. Mr,
U orkniau ou ills appeal. Tills is (he ti l
buiial of last icsoi t, ami Workman Is now
excommunicated finally from the M
K. Church and pulpit. His offeuse
w.'is improper lauilliarity with Mrs
IMluoclli Hedges. i lie entire com
inuulty was startled in 187: 1 bv.tlie inur
derol Mrs. Hedges, at Kiireka, Ills
Circumstances pointed directly to Mrs
workman as :ne murderess. Nic was
tried, but by the eloquence of her conn
sel the Jury were induced lo acquit her,
Un the person ol thu murdered women
were found several letters from Work
man which bore but one construction
namely, that Y orkinan's relations witl
tier were iiuinwiui. ins ciiurch u.
pended him Irom preaching, ids confer
ence expelled him. anil now the hhrhe
court alllrms the Judgement.
Kev. Peter St. Clair, of Des Molnci
conleicnce, aUo ou trial for "stullliiL' hal
lot boxes" lor himself as delegate to the
general couiercnco, wasncniiiited am re
stored to his pulpit. The ollbuse was
not proven. .Members ol the court say
nc i mi .toie man, and made a Piitl-luc
'1 lie case ol I lev. Mr. Cobb, from In
(liana, U pending. It is a very dirty
case, wiiii proiiauitities against him.
G. IL Cohlelgh, of Pekiu. a recllllur,
was held to lull lo-dav hv C'ommis
ioner Adams lor unlawful destruction
of his books. This U one of Hie cases
wherein the government expect to de
velop somewhat extensive Irauds.
Two wholesale liquor dealers ol Pekiu,
Carl Huskiuand Fred Vail;, were aUo
bound over lor doing business without a
Tlie reetllylng house of Ford, Oliver X
Co., Chicago, was seized iu August last,
lor handling crooked alcohol. Where
this alcohol was made has been u puzzle
to thu oltlcials till a day or two ago it was
traced to a leading alcohol distillery at
Pekiu. This distillery is already iu
trouble ou various other charges.
Examiners in Supervisor .
oMee discovered iJw ax 111 Ihu cnC
of the rt , VMsYfllhig company of Pekiu,
the monthly reports of mall used are
very detective and the amount used was
Ktently In excels ol (hat reported. This
distillery Is already under seizure.
Why WllllamH ltralriicU-lllN Auibl
tloua Wire Kuiiia Illui by Aiiouy.
From lli- Xew York Suu
There arc scandals also which need in
vestigation. It is not very long since
some scandalous anonymous letters were
traced so directly to the wife ot a cabinet
olllcer, that lie was forced to resign his
portfolio, although this, the real cause of
ids retirement, was kept out of the news
papers. Chicago Tribune.
This cabinet olllcer was George II.
Williams, then attorney general. As
long as lie was guilty of the lavish aud
even Illegal use ol' public money, -Messrs.
I'ohcsou. I'ish aad Belknap were quite
willing tliat ho should remain lu office as
their associate; hut wheu Mrs. Jtobesou
got an anonymous letter full of unpleas
ant statements and suggestions, and
wheu Mrs. Fish got another, and Mrs.
Belknap another, aud Mrs. Gcij. Bab
cock another, then the very mischief
was to pay. It was something they
could not stand, nud, putting all the let
ters together, they camu to tho
conclusion that Mrs. Williams was tlislr
author. Tlnm they went to Geu. Grant
with the thing. It was doubtless one
of tho most painful moments tlie presi
dent had ever known lu his life, because
he and Mrs Williams had always been
very good friends ; and yet the best of
menus must part, all ou account 01
11011 vmous h't" -,- " slublle
" J!A iVIH Knly seemed to make the ot
lender dearer, hut aiinonymous
letters written by a cabinet min
ister's wife, mid a very hand
some aud very clever lady, loo,
noted for the splendor of her entertain
ments and tho brilliant llgure she made
hi Washington society, constituted 11
fatal olleuse. And now the proud and
stately letter writer L said to be ristleu
tlug in 1'lorlda, and where I.audaulct
Williams is, nobody cares.
Thu scandal ot the personal attacks
contained lu the letters on some of those
to whom they wero addressed, is said
to have been something truly startling or
Halo or Steal Katnlo.
The undersigned oilers lor sale lots No.
12, la anil.ll, In hlock No. 20, In the city
of Cairo, together with 11 cottage situ
ated on said lots, ut a low figure. For
lin t her Information, call ut tho residence
ol the undersigned, John Scm:n..
I'or the Weekly lltilt. liu.
Persons wishing advertisement or lo
ctil notices Inserted in thu Weekly Hulik
ti.v, should hand lu tlie ropy by Tne?-
lav noon, of each week.
A series ol four lectures arc yet to be
given under the auspices of the Library
Association, as follows :
Dec. 2Slh-Dr. Horace Wardner ;
Jan. 4(11 -Dr. G. G. Parker.
The ('My llnhery.
Attention is called to the card of tlie
City Bakery , to be found Iu this Issue.
.Mr. Hcbael.er, the propiletor, has by
Industry aud fair dealing, established a
lucrative business. When you want any
thing iu his line gie hhn a call.
The Xew York HwiM of the IJlh
makes no mention of tills, but (he Citiio
llni.i.i: ris- does mention the tact that
lleilbron X Weil is the cheapest place in
tlie city to get your Holiday goods.
Tht-y'te Ml II.
For rvory description of line and beau
tiful Jewelry, of the very latest patterns
and styles, go to Budcr Brother?, comer
ol Klghth street and Washington iivcuue.
I'hls III in lias jnt received one ol Hie
large! and hot stocks ever brought to
o'c.t" pVicc.-'.'""A ir'Vfll1 iYo werib give
thorn a call before buyhig at oilier place'.
Notice or llrnioVMl.
V. Koch has removed his boot and
shoe shop from the old' stand to his
new biick building (one block below),
No. !) (.'onimeiclnl avenue, between
Filth and Sixth sheets, where he will
keep tlie lc-t home made and St. I.oul
cutum made boots and shoes, made of
the lK'.-t material ; good workmanship
and hi the latci-t style.-. All order;
promptly attended to. !l-2ll-tt.
A llnr Nlock.
Win. Killers desires to inform ills pat
rons aud the public generally, that lie lias
r.ow ou baud a large stock of 1- rench and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and is
prepared to manufacture, lor store and
ollleo wear, tlie finest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Boots 5 and for farmers
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands alwvo anything ever
oll'crcd in this market. His Lasts are ol
the latest styles, and he ean guarantee
lit and satl.-fatiou to all his patrons.
The most beautiful stock of jewelry to
be found iu Southern Illinois, is now
on exhibition aud for sale by Budc
Brothers. They are prepared to furnl'h
buyers with any article that may be desir
ed, aud warrant satisfaction. They iiiaiiu
tacture to order watches, clocks, rings
lockets, and everything that may be de'
sired, aud for prollcieuey iu making fai
work, they stand second to none hi the
country. Give them a call, aud sec for
A Xu. 1 liundrjr.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. ColeinuD
the luumlre.-.', .Nc. 11 Fourth struct, be
tween Waahtiit jn X Cominurclsl avenues,
ti& one of fie best conducted laundry e
tablUlniieuU in tlic cilr, nuu Uodtord
hotels and busnllng tiuuscs Mill tlnd It to
their dvmitai;o to call upon her.
Her prices are us follows . Hotel aud
hoardlng-huiise w.islilug, 75 cents per
dozen. K01 piece work prices nre
as lollows: Single slilrt and col
lar, luc; per dozen 80c; socks be; two co I
tars, be; two handkerchiefs, th; vests 20c;
snd all gentlemen's wear, tide per
dozen. Ladies' dresses, 25 to 50c;
skirts 10 to -J0c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hose Co; two collars & to 10c. For Is
dlei' plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; lor la
dles line clothes, It 25 per dozcu; dons
drciUiptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
tronage solicited. 8-31-lm
A sliver i1"' nll" Shuttle
ut..s; Machine, hard (piano) finish,
valued at $35. Will he sold at $20 dis
count, nn good terms, aud ordered direct
from tlie factory.
Colored aud mounted .Maps ot the
cityot Cairo at $2 50 cacti (hall price.)
A No. S) Wilson Shuttle Hewing Ma
chine valued at S7.. Will be uild at $1
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $00 ltcmlngton Sowing Machine
$:iO oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot aud shoe manufacturer.
A style "K," "Clough, Warren &
Co.'s" l'arlor Organ, right from tlie fac
tory at Detroit. I.lst price, $300. Will
be sold for $200.
1000 sheets of brlstol board Just re
ceived at tlie BUM.KTIN office, and lor
sale to tlie trade.
t'lly of Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price ($2.50) at the Bui.i.ktin olllee.
20,000 note heads, 30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper Just
received aud for sale ut (he IUii.i.kti.n
Mr XX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at tlie Bulletin olllee, printed
$. 50 and $4 00 per M.
Buy your groceries at the New York
csior., ..iii-upest place in Cairo 12-,r-20t
L1.. ...... C .1 1 .
ui mij ui iiiu iiMure unicies, nppiy a
the Bullktjx oliice. K. A. Huiinktt
Our lease expiring the 1st of Die year
to save expenses we shall lor the balance
ot this month sell our Immense stock of
mens and boys' clothing, Irrespective o
value to get it into Immediate cash. Un
usual bargains may be expected.
KlilLUItON it Wku,
112 aud 1 1 1 Commercial uveue.
LudlrM Viiaaliiiaro WrnimcrN 11111I
We have on hand a large and well se
lected stock of wrappers, suits ofthe
very best styles, ami guaranteed equal lu
nny goods iu the country at double the
money. No one desiring to purchase
Christmas presents should fall to examine
our prices. Call early to avoid Ihe
crowd. IlEUWWA Wwij
GOOD NEWS I SMOKERS!
Flftesa years ano you could Ret hb uood a Clirar aa you would wish to amok to
FIVE Cents, and JJvery body amokadthsm. Durinir the war add wantaotoSOO
and Olvara went up. acoordmg-ly. Oold haa iron back, but Olrara aaamto bold
tbolrown. Why la this P Itia owlnir, to a certain axtent, to thaadvsusoad cost of
manufacture lu killed labor and Government tax, but to a atltl srraaUr extent, to
a reaieuloua fashion of feollnsanlmmud to call for a five cent Olaar.
(Tin' nianiifui'luttrs oy tl' me of pnleiited Macliluitrr ure fiiaMl lo make Hie alv rrUbratsJ
licarat arost ol Iwfi ly-ien pfr cent lesa than olfitr Mniiurtfliireri eon jiroducta Cigar or
-.iiial ii.illiy, tliua ad lull UitlrBKnilsaii ixirliinll7 lo aiiiiiy stiKikera Willi a iiurior lunni
Mcar lor eciii"; w i
WARRANTED 6EKUXNS CLEAR HAVANA
Tlie in.niunieliiivrsn'CoKiililiiK the fart lhat tin- majority iir.mokcniiirrfrr to- buy Ihrlr Cianat
l,nv mill Ihrlii. have adopted the iilan of rarorlliK Ihr malorltr trail of tlir lulnorlt V (aa hat
,rvi Mil' Mile, liv elllnic ualiiRli-l Icar al Hie sanif
llv 11 lil mint 1 1 1 If a flllKIl! BKrliry ill rnj , iii ruiiri'ill I4IV lli-ir itiiiiif-i. iniii, mr,. mw.
iii"e.ttiit Errpuplhe Mindly of Ihe I lifir, Lirlhr ml nlaUK ll.""-'. ju.
Civo tnem a Trial
Sole Agents .Cairo His.
-J- - -- '- I II l-SJU-l
Read! Bead! Read!
Havo Reduced their Entire Stock
DRY-GOODS and CLOTHING-,
To a rati- miir l.tfuit.' nlTonl in tliU i.ily. M-vial llciillon la callfl to our Uotlihir tkrtmnf,
wlurr ran (rt a kimhI li(nil)
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
hi mim m mvm we m seat kick ottmira
ALSO IN FURNISHING GOODS !
In our I r) (" l-irtmrnt wetllll irl
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
To viry IhIj who tiiijn to llir amount of mrn dollars,
ty-lillr 111 atrial and hi- will conihirr you that Wf Mirati what we (r
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
HEILBRON & WEIL'S,
142 & 144 Commercial Avenue.
F. M. STOCZFXiHTH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquor sP
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES. HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
GAM K UEl'OT!
W I KTKH'H III.Ul'll.
Wo will (jtll, IiuicuIUt, our noodi ut
thu followlnj; irlcc"!, and solicit the pat
ronnu of tho public :
Family brands, pur can.
.StnmlunU, per can
Select, k.t can
Select, extra, per cau....
Tub oyster.", per 100
.$ I (X)
Chicago Trout and Whltc.ll cts
(tame, Pan Fish. ... lOntid 12 ts
Ofall (lcicrliitli'Mi constantly 011 hnixl,
conxl'il'i of wild turkey, Miulrrcls nud
Family groceries very ihenp lor f-ar-li.
Made a fiMculty. Give 11? a trial.
Cheaper than thucheupeMt.
12-y.'. W'.m. VlT:l Ja., X C.
To merchants, liquor dealers and team
All licenses expiring Dercmhcr 'MM,
1875, must be renewed 011 or hctoru Jan
uary 1st, 1870.
All liquor dealers whose licenses ex
pire December liUt, H7o, are hereby no
tilled to lllu bond at clerk's olllee 011 or
before January 4th, 187(1, nt which time
Ihe city council will take action thereon.
W.F. Axi.kv, City Clerk.
Hudiiut'ri Gilts, (Hue) .$i CO
" " (coarse '. 1 6
" Hominy 4 20
Xew Orleans Sugar ?i
New Orleans Molasses P08
C. M. lfOWK&UlU.;
12-15-tr 1IM Ohio Lsveis Cairo.
NORTH SIP: OF EIGHTH HTRBE7
twaao Waablnaton asd Oamaaarotal
flLiSD CI5AS m OT CEK
rale as lle, imi, liny, oro
and lorn Ooavirvcd.
in both their Stores, Consisting of
The aloou hi the Grand Central hotel
will ho tor rent by the 1st of January
ne.U. For particulars apply lo
VI. WhTKi., Proprietor.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS S. B.
We Have Gome to Stay!"
rnilK liulna nf tlila company roniwct'at Ht.
I. I.iiiiU mul Kiut .St. IaiuId, with all other
lines to the- Bortli, Kanst Md Wral.
TIMK SaiKHuLK :
lini lulio , in, I5a.ro.
Airlvv bIM . Louis n.yii,H.
l.i'uvr Kiuit At. Iul
Arrive at Cairo
.). I.. IIISC'KI.KV, lirnrral SiiiwrlutrmUut'
J. A. WEMTZ, (Jcral Puaamr ABt.
JOHN KUHJllT. Agtnt.
in Freih Meats
KKKFS for 'lc tbv beat Beef, Pork. Mutton
vral.Miiib, tiauuee, Ac,. uhI U pn
... -n .n. r .... ......
TO THE PBONT !
Ilcbcui'ker la irviHiHl lo tuvplr all Who with
Hreail, Cake, c'oiifwtloncry, C'lirUtiua Candy
Toy,tiUull articlm hi hu line. KkpH'lal at
teiitlon jwlJ to Icing ami Urnnmentlna ChrUt
va anil New Ytar'it Cake, lie U aUo preDarril
to nirniih party iuppers ou kbort notle.
iSf Great Medical Book
irnlSfrrrti tori.aMnil Utnli. lratnteror
wo lUrouii. AddrMf,
vf. JDSEru mkI)k;ai. inntitutk
in.0-dly HI .lotrph, tie.