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AsCALON I.ODUK, MO. M
Knight of 1'ylliias, rant every Krl
dsr night at linlr-r.wt rrn, inlMil
,"rllow' llnll. Jnu. II. Uophman,
AI.KXANUKIt r.ODUK, NO. Ml.
k ina'K.'mlent OnU-r of Oild-fl
lows, intrta every Thursday nlxlit
t lull f-w tec vcn, In llieir hall on
Loininircltt ovi-uue, butwrcn nlxtli nnJ mith
trrU. r. .1. Kkhtii, N. U.
. 1AIUO KVCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F., meets
Oin O.l.l-r.llowa' Mull cm tin- nrxtlinil third
luutilH) In every iiioiiUi, Ht Imir-iuiel seven.
Imp, II. Oiimn.Yi 0. 1'.
A (JAIItO I.OIIIli:. N0.237.A.K. A. M,
t4 UoMivKiilnr coiimiiitiUiitloii In Ma
JVhoiilc Hull, corner Coitiinerrlul avtsiue
' 'iiml l:l(litli uticet, on the tcconil una
ourtli lloniluv ofcftcli month.
JOMN H. MTJIJCBY,
Attorney at Law.
OFKICK: At renldf nee on Ninth Street, be
twern Wellington nvewie und Walnut Ml.
111 YMM.'I ANN.
yyiLLIAM U. SMITH, M. S.
IlKSIIIKNCKi No. HI Tlilrietntli street, be
twrcn WaaUlnxton premie ud Walnut street.
UKNCKtNurtn aide of Klxhth street be
tweeu Coiuiuwrlitl and tt'uitiliixtonitU'iiue.
UKSIDKNCK: Corner Ninth and Walnut
OKriCK: Corner Sixth street and Ohio Iu.
OKKIUI-fltOUltSi KromOa.m. litn.,and
from a to MP .in.
Atli'Mtloti I llmlcrs.
We have four Uoacii Imitation Ebony
Spniguc Can-Opcners, tnken for adver
tising, which we will sell at two dollars
k.t dozen. Iiiqulru nt llulletln olllec.
Tho saloon In tho Grand Central hotel
will he lor rent by the Ut of Januaiy
next. For puitlrtulura apply to
Wu. Wkixki., Proprietor.
A. Hsllcy has removed to hi now
storeroom, 113 Commercial avenue, ojv
K)lte Winter's Block, nnd next door to
the Arab engine house, whrre he will be
plcacd to nee ull hi old customers nnd
n uinuy new ones. U-30-tf
Slew Year's ISiill.
Ncujahr's-Hall znrEroeffnitugder ni-ticn
Turnhnlle, am Sylve.terabeud, den
:Jlten Dcz.. 1K75. In plain EnglWi
New-Year's ball lu celebration of the
opening of the new Turners hall, New-Yi-ar's
Eve, 31st December, 1KT3.
A Cloud (Mitre tu liny.
A. llallcy's new tore is certainly one
of the best arranged of the kind to be
found In the city, and what is better, ho
bus o arranged hU prices that many are
taking advantage of the opportunity ol
fcreil to buy tvc, tinwan',idecheai r
than ever known In Cairo. Call on Il:il
ley, 115 Commercial avenue, next door to
tho Arab engine houte. 0-30-tf.
Kverybodyloknov. tint the placa to get
A tiioolli nliae,
A good 1iiiiioo,
A fuihloiialilu Imlr-cut,
Or uii) tiling In that line,
Ik at thu (lltAMi CKhlltAI. IIAIIUKU
Shop, corner Klghtb and CamtiicrcUI.
V-H-tf J. UKOItllK .STKINIIOt.'dK.
iio Kve 'Ihein.
Binlcr IJrolhcrs, Jeweler?, corner of
KlKhth street and Washington avenue,
lioue of the odel and iikh! reliable
InuIncU linns lu Southern Illinois. They
have the Ut ol workmen hi their cst.ib
HtliiMiut, nnd mauufarlure to order any
thing in their lln. tvtli dispatch and of
tlie llm-it material, i nu ,tiK:k of Jew
elry is elegant and Ii one of tb tMrst
mid beet ever brought Into the .State.
Another ranlr luimliiriif .
We are not croakers we arc hopeful
and chcerltil to the last; but it U better
to keep well In harbor during a storm.
A little caution sases many n barque.
The timely iWe of Hall's Ilalsain will pic-
Veut consumption. A bo'.tleof this rem
edy ahould always be kept hi tho house,
ready for uo lu emergencies'. It saves
thousaud of dollars in doctors' bills,
l'riee, $1 per bottle. .Sold by all dealer?.
LYNCH & HOWLKY'S
Real Estate Column
(Jood dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-srcoud and Tweuty-thlrd
Teneiuentsos. 2, II and I, on Scv
until street, west of Wiilnut.
Store-room corner Twentieth ami
Ituslness house on I.evee, lately i
fttpled by Cuunlnghant A Stllwell.
Iliwlness house on l.evce, iiearSlMh
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man & Co.
Winter's Itlock-suitable, for Hotel
Olllces or Uuslncas rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1, 7, 8 nnd 0, lu
Winter's Uow, 0 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), Yi 50 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
Ington nvenue 4 rooms $10 a month.
Storeroom lu "Pilot House," lately
occupied Wy A. llnlley.
A good farm with good houses, oppo;
site Cairo Haws farm cheap.
A small House west of Twenty
grcoud strcct.near Pine, $1 per month.
Dwelling liouso on Twelllh,' near
Walnut, 0 rooms. , , ,
Store room on f.evce, above hlghth
street S20 per mouth.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
Upper lloor of brick building oh
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street,
ItoouiH lu various parts ol tho city.
FOlt l.K ASK OK HALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
RATF.N Ol' AVKKTIKIN4J.
K3A11 bills furadvertlDluR, arc due Mid )my
able IN AUVANCK.
Transient advc'rtlilnK will lie ln?(rll nt thu
rate of 1 W craqunrv for the firt liifcrtlon
nnd W eonti for each auheucnt one, A liberal
discount will he inado on standing nnd display
Church, Soulety, PcallrAl nnd Kniipcr noticed
Will only helnnrrti'd asadvrrtltrinctiln.
Kor InxorllnK Kimcral notice 1 . Nollrc of
mvttlngof aocletlca or secret onlcra SOrenU fur
No advertisement will be received at less than
k f" . Local Business Notice, of
MiT " ten tines or mora. Inserted
lu tho Bulletin an follow. :
One Iniertlon per lino a Cents.
Two Insertions ner lino 7 Oenta.
Three lnaertions per line 10 Conta.
Six Insertions por line 16 Cents.
Two weeks per line G Cents.
Ono month per lino 3D Cents.
No Reduction will be made In ubovs
WKDNKSDAY, DKCKMISEU'iO, 1&75.
I.ocnl Wertttirr Keport.
CaIiio, lLL.,;iec. 1, tS7.
llAlt. I '1
inc. I VVixo.
Vu. I Wkatii.
rvi.l trt i r
I " I I.II7
.1I7 I 41 1
I ( limdy.
ii.iu. l:w.w is a
I 1.1 S
Sreatit. SIriiuI Service, U. S. A .
Cottage on i:ith street, live rooms, good
htern.ete. F.uipiiicof Du. Smith.
,Srw Ycnr t'nrila.
At the Kl'I.i.kiin olllce llnu New
Year cardn are being printed. Orders
lor cardi must all be hi to-day to Insuto a
line Illuminated card. Plain black can
b printed on twenty niluutes notice.
(iraiid lunch at "Our Saloon" to
The lias was yesterday hoisted over
the new Turner Hall tor the tlri-t time.
Tho Turnurs' ball.
Vrrali linlllmoro Midi oyUvH nt
(Ur I'liuilorH' llotisu. ll-'J-lt
l.'emeinlKT the Turners.
Probate court adjourned yesterday
Thu Turners' ball New Year's eve.
Col. K.T. lSucl, of Warsaw, Illinois,
wa? at the St. Charles hotel yesterday.
l'htre will be a meeting of theCairy
Casino tills evening. ,
For groceries ot every kind, go to
Louis II. Mvers", 113 Commercial avenue.
Co buy your tic ket for the Turner's
He sure and come to the grand lunch
:it "Our Saloon to-night.
12-lWf FltKI). llOKIIKINS.
The Cairo Turners' Xew Year's eve
ball will be a grand atfalr. (Jo.
For splendid blankets, water-proofy,
cashmeres mid Jeans, call on I Surge r, 121
Commercial avenue. 12-r.Mni.
ills Annie Pblllis Is vWllnj,' ftlends
Co to the "Audi Fire CoN.' hall
New Year eye and hav a good time.
Tho .Seidell Irwin troui; maku their
.tit appear.tnre to night.
Come one, come all, and eat ol the
grand lunch at "Our Saloon" to-night.
12-l.Vtf Fitr.K. llopiiKiNi.
Capt. John W. Trover was in the
I.ad appearance of tho Seidell Irw in
There was no buslne"-""""'.!!.
the police courts yeltsruay. i nc onu-erj.
say t,ii..i.s u aw ful dull."
Don't forget the grand ball ami cup
per to be given by tho Arab Fire Co., at
SIipcI's hall, Tuesday eye, December
Tho Selden Irwin troupe gave their
ist entertainment in this city at the
Alheueiitn last night.
U. A. Morrison of Kochoster, Xew
York was In the city on Tuesday, and
registered nt the St. Charlc.
"llonnas, or thu Old. Brewery,'1 a
German comedy, at the Athcucuin to
D. W. Deyus, Kq., of Belknap,
Johnson county, was In the city yester
Ma. Sam Worthlngton, of Chicot
City, Arkansas, was n guest at tho St.
("apt.. I. G. Grammar, of Hvausville,
and Capt. J. Bernard, of St. Louis, were
at the St. Charles yesterday.
Oil cloths.carpcts, and and In fact
everything heart can wish for, canjbo
found by calling on Burger it Co, 121
Commercial avenue, 12dll-lm
The roads In the vicinity ot thu Calio
and St. Louis depot are lu an almost lm
Fitly cents, at Wlutcr'.Gallerv.
Miss Nellie. Peek, ot Keokuk, Imva,
lor whom uio steamer Nclliu I'eck was
named, was tt guest at tho St. Charles
New car's rallers will he out In
lorcu next Saturday. The Bt;i.i,in is Job
rooms liaye orders lor carUs lor a ntini
her of young gentlemen.
.lust received, CO boxes Irish soap, Ml
buckets kettle rendered lnul, l cask
prunes, mul for salu at bottom prices, by
Stratton & Bird. -IJ-l2.28.Jt
Tho refreshments lor the phantom
party to-nfgbt will bo prepared by tho
distinguished caterer; Mr. (leoigv Me
Knight, who has had long experience In
I'roNli linlllmoro Hlicll Nttrn nt
tlio Fliintei'o' lloiiMH. ll.'iS.II
Ladies wishing to purchau uuiloi--
wear for themselves or children, enu gut
Just what they want at Burger A Co'h,
121 Commercial avenue. 12-l'J lm
Hosiery, glows, nubias and ncarfs
In Kicatabundniu e, and at the very low
est prices, nt Burger & Co'e; 121, Com
nieicial ayenue. 12-l!Mm.
Tho pupils of the colored school gave
an exhibition nt tho MclhodlM church, on
Kightecnlh street, last night. Tho pro
ceeds will bo applied to liquidating tha
debt of the church.
Tabic linen, napkins, towels nnd
bed spreads of every kind, mid to Milt
the wants of every person, can bolound
in great abundance at Burger & Co's,
121 Commercial avenue. 12-P.Min
I oiler my cigar and candy stand,
with n paying trade, tr sale. My ob
ject In selling Is to engage lu other busi
ness. W. Tmoii,
No 1R0 Wnshlnsloii nvenue.
A large stock of ladies', misses' and
children's shoes, of thu latest styles ami
finest material, mid very cheap, arc on
salu at Burger & Co's, 121 Commcrcicl
A number of the youthful compan
ions of Willie Wilcox, who Is at homo
spending the holidays, nciublcd at thu
St. Charles hotel last night, where a lew
hours were passed very pleasantly.
.Iut received from New York 2000
pounds more of Hiojc lino mixed French
candies at twenty-llvu cents per pound at
Pint. H. Saui-'h,
Corner KMitli (street and Washington
The Arab tire company has been
organized seventeen years, has saved
thousands of dollars woith of property
for the cltl.ons ot Cairo, and deserves to
be well patronized Friday cvcnlrfg.
Thu "cxcrcteM" In Thornton's block
last night In which the pupils of thu I'pls
copal Sunday school wcio the perfor
mers, were enjoyed to the fullest extent,
not only by tho children, but by their
teachers and parents.
The tatcorthc mo-t fastidious lady
can be satlslled by calling on Burger &
Co, when they want laces, embroideries,
linen, cull's or collars. Their stock Is
superb and complete. 12-liMm.
There was a lively time at tho city
council on Monday night. Tho llccn-u'
question was brought up nnd for n time
there was lively sklrmlshim.'. For par
ticulars sec council proceedings in an
Choice Michigan cider for salu nt the
New York store, by the quart, gallon
and barrel ; aNo If. it W. Sell Itiflng
Buckwheat Hour, very choice.
10-12-l!M0t. C. O. Patkir & Co.
Thu Hibernian lire company's ball
lat night was attended by a large num
ber of persons, and was a very pleasant
allair. The supper was excellent. Danc
ing was kept up until a late hour this
For ribbons and ties of every shade
and quality, and mutllcrs of all klnd,
you should go to Burger & Co's, 121,
Commercial nvenue. They have just
what you want, and will not tail to please
Kvcrything is lu readiness for the
phantom party to-night, and the success
of the party seems assured. Good music
wilt bo in nttcui'ance, and all tlio'o who
Intend to participate may anticipate an
Burger & Co. have on hand onu of
thu large?!, most elegant and faihion-
able stocks ot dress goods, nllks and pop
lino ever brought to Cairo. They have
put their prices down to the very lowest
notch, and buyers will llud it to their
advantage to give them a call. 12-19-1 in
Trains on thu Cairo anil St. Loul'
railroad were detained yesterday lu eon
ceqiience of a break in thu road above
thu intersection of tho cross levee with
thu Mississippi levee. Thu river's bank
has caved in, ami ttie company llud it
utisar.v.t0.ngalu move their track.
-A horse beloilgiujr
SchwaniU, ol the city brewery, was tak"cn
sick on Monday while being driven cbout
thu city delivering beer, and getting
down oppoillo thu court houc was una
ble to get up again, and was still there
last night. Hu will probably die.
There Is no merchant in Cairo who
understands more perfectly thu wants of
our pcoplu than .1. Burger, and on his
last trip cast, hu purfhiiid onu ot the
most elegant stocks of shawls, cloaks
and fun. that could bu found. Ulvu him
a call aud look at them, whether you buy
or not. 12-llMm.
-II you want nil economical huatlug
stove for wood aud one of the handsom
est stoves In the market, with Illumina
ted front, buy thu Improved Evening
Star which took the bluu ribbon nt St.
Louis Fair last October, over all others
on exhibition. For salu by C. W. Hen
derson, 101 Commercial avenue, Cairo,
Thu audience nt tho Atheucum last
evening to witness thu play ol "Big Bo
nanza," by thu Seidell Irwin troupe, was
large, though not so largo as on Satur
day night. Tho nctiug was ull that
could I hi expected, aud satisfactory lu
tho hlghuit degree to tho Intelligent
audience. ThuSeldcu Irwin troupe will
always receive a hearty welcome from
tho Cairo people. Tdnight will bo pre
sented the German comedy entitled
"llonnas, ol Hie Old Brewery."
At the solicitation of a number ofour
amusement-loving and the.ilru-going
people, the Seidell Irwin combination
havu been Induced to remain lu Cairo one
night longer, ami on this evening will
present, for thu llrst tlmu in tho city, thu
great German comedy entitled "Honiias,
of thu Old Brewery," Mr. Harry Italu
forth appearing in thu title rolo. This Is
an excellent play-full ot fun and mirth.
That there will bu a full house Is it fore
Madame Bailer who will Mug
at the concert at thu African
Methodist church to-night aud to-morrow
night, arrived lu tho city by the
afternoon train on the Illinois Central
yesterday. Miss Banks of St. Louis Is
also here aud will preside at thu piano
on both evening. Tho programme of
oxcrcisu Is an excellent one, anil us the
principal performers are known to possess
raru musical talent, thotu who uttcud
may anttclptflu a rich musical treat. We
will nlo mention that lamps have been
put up from Walnut street to Hie church
which will prove a great convenience
on this occasion.
Tho most acceptable holiday present
to a liotisetceiHr would bun patent Hour
chest nnd bread-table. This neat article
will hold two hundred pounds of Hour,
about seventy-live pound? ot meal, nnd
the same amount of Buckwheat or (Ira
ham lloiir; contains two bread-boards, al
ways lu place, a rolling-pin holder, a
kneading trough, a yeat box and a bread
closet, and when closed forms a kitchen
side-board or Ironing table. It stands on
castors, nnd Is ornamental. Price, deliv
ered, $12. Orders may be left at L. II.
Myers' grocery store, tir addressed to
,1. Povp.it Hi:t.v,
12-10-tl P.O. Box 718.
The colored Masons of the city in-
ditlgcd lu a public Installation of olllccrs
nt Scheel's hall, on -Monday evening.
There was a goodly number of pcoplo
present, and the nffalr passed oil" very
pleasantly. The following tire the now
dfllecrs ot the order :
James Wheeler, W. M.;
Daniel Miller, S. W.;
W. H. Hampton, J. W.;
Beuben Smith, S. !.;
Baptist llolstou, .1. D.;
(Joorgc Brltton, Treasurer;
ii... K.H,...i loenerar?;
A few nights ago as a gci..)1!U1 jiv
ing In the upcr part of thu city was
Ing home, when near the comer ofl our
tecnth street aud Commercial avenue, he
was approached by a stranger who
wanted t know "what time" It was. Mr.
C. rcplifd that It was half-past eleven.
The strntiger, who was evidently a thief
aud bunt on stealing a watch, said he had
somo"buslncis to attend" to and delrcd
to know the "exact time." Mr. C. drew
hack, and with :i force something uklu to
a mule kicking, dealt thu would-bc-thlef
a blow on the uou which scut him
sprawling Into thu gutter, where hu lay
until Mr.C. gotout of sight. Served him
Thu ball and supper to lie given by
thu Cairo Turner society on Nuw Year's
eve, will be the grandct nlfalr of the
kind that has transpired in Cairo this
season. Tliu various committees aru at
work, and devoting all their time and at
tention to thu special duties imposed
upon them. Nothing that will tend to
make tho allair a success, and conduce to
the pleasure and comfort of those , who
may attend will be left undone. The
new Turner Hall, which will be dedi
cated on this occasion, Is tho largest,
best arranged and mo-t coiupleto ball in
the city, and will be handsomely dec
orated, An Immetife turn out to this
Hard times ! Hard luck ! A young
man and Ids wile with a child only six
months old, arrived In the cllybythe
lllluols Central train on Monday afier
uoon. They were penniless and among
Mrnni?er.s. AnDlvinc to thu chief of
police for a placo to 3tay hu took them to
pollcu headquarters lu the Arab cngino
house, w here there Is a good warm stove,
and told them to naku themselves as
comfortable as possible. They were still
there at noon yesterday. The youn
man stated that his home was lu Cook
count v. near Chleaxo. That he had
started out to llnd employment, but lall
lug, had run out of money, and could not
get back home. He was a line-looking
young fellow, and told Ids story with ap-
tiarent frankness anil candor. I lie
mother, a good-looking young woman
had litllu to say, but Kciucd to bu almost
heart-broken. Tho young man said ho
was out of means, hue could not beg
AVhar. becamu ot them we do not know.
As an evidence of what energy, per
severance, fair dealing, and a freu use of
printer's Ink will do, wu rctur our readers
to the mammoth establishment ot .Messrs.
"". .t Wcll, on Commercial avenue
no proprietors tnv ...ti, young men
mil we venture to say nave occomu its
widely known during thu tew month;
they have donu Uttslncss here as any of
our outer mcrciiauts. to tuny appre
ciate how large their patronage has
jrown, It is necessary to spend a half
hour lu tkelr store at any time of day on
my day of tho week-. Clerks nnd pro
prietors llnd no tlmu for rest. These
gentlemen started out, taking "rock hot
torn" prices for their motto, and a pres
ent' of n calico dress with every seven dol
lars worth of goods sold. Know In
their plan would ho understood and re
warded, they at oneosct to work throng
the newspapers and by posters to niak
It known to tho people, and tho result
has overreached their highest an
ticlpitlon. They possess another
great .advantagu in bavin,
in their store dry goods trimmings and
notions, and everything that a customer
may call for ut low prices, wlille the
ready inaduclothlug,ha(s, caps, bootiaud
shoo department U uucquulcd In stock
Of holiday gilts they have' every de
scription, at prices to suit the slimmest
or longest purse.
We take great pleasure lu writing the
nbovo coiniuendatlon,and lu recommend
ing Messrs, IMthron & Welt to the pub
There will bu a regular meeting ot the
Cairn Casino to-night. Every member In
requested to bu present.
Cll trf. SCIIOtiNMVlIII,
Thu ((evolution as a bio burning
stoyu for bituminous coal, needs no pull
ing from thosubicrlbcraud Unover null
(snioko) itself. For durability, economy
and bu mty It cannot hu uxcelled. Cull at
my storo where I have onu .In constant
ttsu and I shall bu happy to explain Its
good worklngiiuallties, anil I will also
take pleasure In rcl'crilng In many par
tics who have It lu use, aud who pro
uoiincu It superior to any stove they have
overused. O. W. Hknimuison.
17 1 Commercial avenue, Cairo 111,
Council Chamum, 1
C.llto, I i.f... Dec. 27, 1875. f
PresentIlls Honor .Mayor Wilder; and
Aldermen llalllday, Ncllls, Parker,
Paller, Klttcnhotisc, Haup, ThlsUcwood
On motion of Alderman Halllday, the
reading of thu revised ordinance was
temporarily laid over In order to have
Petition of Thomas Sullivan, Thomas
Waldernnd others, ii'klng fur a reduction
on dray licence, was presented jmd read,
and on motion of Alderman Wright, was
referred to the Finance Committee.
Petition ol Patrick Clancey, John
SchccUnnd others, asking for a reduc
tion on liquor license, was presented and
read, ami on motion of Aldetntan Sauji,
was temporality laid on the table.
On motion ol Alderman Halliday, thu
reading of thu ruvl-ed ordinance was
Chapter II, of ordlnanco I, wan read at
Alderman Satip moved to amend sec
tion S, of chapter 0, so as to read "the
samo shall hu numbered." Carried.
On motion of Alderman Patter, blnnli
in section 11,1 chapter 0, was lilted
'Brewers S2." 00 a year, and Distiller
$50 00 a year.''
Ull motion orevnirnn.... ii.nijay. scttr.
tlon 13, chapter !, was amended so as to
reatl $3 00 and $7 fiO.
On motion ot Alderman Thlsllewood
section IS, chapter I), was amended by
striking out thu wotds, "with black paint
on a whlto ground," and Inserting "and
On motion of Alderman l:itteuhouc
the blank In section 21, chapter !i, wn
lilted at $23 00.
On motion of Alderman Nellis the
blank In section 22, chapter !), was lilted
at $10 00.
Alderman Patler moved to till blank in
section 2.1. chapter !), at $23. Carried.
Alderman Saup moved to amend sec
tions 'JIIJ and 2.I5 by Inserting "eouunla
slon merchants," and that they pay a li
cense of $30 pur year. Carried by the
Ayes Halllday, Nellis, Parker, Paller,
Saup and Wright C.
Aldermen Thlsllewood and I'lltcn-
houso excused front voting.
Alderman Thlsllewood moved to
amend section -It, chapter 'J, by Inserting
after thu word mettallc "or printed."
Alderman Saup moved to amend sec-
ion 10, chapter !, by striking out $200
and Inserting $100. Motion last.
Mdermaii Saup moved to amend by
triklng out $200 and in-.Tthig $130.
iWilcrman Saup moved to amend by
triklng out $200, aud Inserting $175.
On motion of Alderman Wright thu
blank lu section 45, chatitcr 0, was lilted
at $30. .
,On motion ot Alderman Wright tin
blank in suction 50, chapter 0, was filled
ut $23, and striking out thu woul "use"
nnd Inserting, "keep for hire '
On motion of Alderman Patler section
57, chapter!!, was amended by striking
out thu word "thu" and Inserting "any."
On motion of Alderman P.Ulcr the
adiug of thu revised ordinance was
Alderman Ncllls ollcred the following
HcioU-ett. That thu mayor he, and Is
hereby requested to repot t ut thu next
meeting why hu has not enforced ordi
nance No. 101.
On motion of Alderman S.tup, council
adjourned to meet Wednesday evening,
December 2'Jtli, at 7:l!0 p.m.
W. F. Axi.r.v, City Clcik.
A scries ot four lectures are yet to be
given under the auspices of thu Llbtiiry
As-oclatloii, as follows:
Jan. 1th Dr. o. o. l'atker.
N1U0 of Ilrul '.tlnt.
Tho under.-lgned oilers for ml" lots No
12, LI aud I t, In block No. 2rt. lu the city
of Cairo, toirelher with a cotta"o i-'itu
ated on mid lots, at a low llgurc. I'o
further Information, call at thu rctiih-'iicc
ol the itmlcndgucd. John .Sciii:i:i
lludiiut's Orits, (line)
" " (coarso
New Orleans Sugar.
New Orleans Molasses
C. M. llowiut lino.,
12-1 .VI f IIH Ohio Levee, Cairo,
They've ' II.
For every description or lino and beau
tiful Jewelry, of thu very late-t patterns
and style, go to Under llrothct, coiner
ot Eighth street and Washington avenue.
Thh firm has Just received one of thu
largcft and bust stocks ever brought to
Cairo which they are helling at the very
lowest pi Ices. All will do well to glvu
them a call before buying at other places.
12-5-1 111 .
To merchants, liquor dealers and tcain-
. All licenses expiring Dcoondior nict,
isrr, limit bo renuwed on or before Jan-
All liquor dealers who.'o licenses ex
iiii December Mist, aru hereby no
illicit to tllo bond at clerk's olllco on or
beloro January 1th, 1S70, at which lime
tho city council will tnko action thereon.
W. F. ..(!.;., City Clerk.
Iliitrlti-rV itiu! Wrovurs' KKrliaiiKC
Highlit Hired, between Washington
and Comniciclal avenues. Louis Itlat
t.iu, proprietor. (Irand lunch every
morning from t) to 11 o'clock, and every
evening from ! to 1 1 o'clock. Will serve
oyster and other Kiiips, roast meats,
chce-e, lilpu, nnd all llnu cillb'us that
thu market all'ords In kciisoii, Always
on hand the best beer, wine, and liquors
of all kinds, to bu had anywhere. Cour
teous attention paid to all. Come mid
sco mo. 12-21101
Prices Speak Louder inn Words
Groatcst Inducements Ever Offered (d Witomeri
J. BURGER & CO
Everybody i.i Invltsd to Call and
Which Must bo Rodu:cd hi tho noxt Tliiity Dayn,
LOOK AT OUR PRICES ! LESS THAN fi VER BEFORE
All Dress Goods and Silks Rotinceii in Price !
Shawls, Cloaks and Furs Marked Way Down!
Wo nvo noteriiilnn.t to Roduco our Stock, anil 1'iloen will not Stand la our Way t
Woolon Goodti, Nubias, Bcarfa, Jackcto, etc., at a Great Sttot-iflr-B
ninnkots. Flannols. nnd Doincatio fJoodant n,?Tince'
thought of boToro. Our Stock of Hosiery, nnd Olovca
Itouucocl to Lowest Figures, and unprecedented
uarcnina in jjuriios' unci umidrcn's
Kid Olovos nro OH'orcd.
"7T11 Prioo T.rr Ti nonco You?
no, call on us for Ladicn', Misses' and Children's Underwear, for
Funcy Goods oultablo for Holiday Presents, for Silk
Tics and Sonrfa, and for Ribbons.
MONEY SAVED IS MOXTE7
Earn it by buying Ladies'. OhHdrcnrfl find Mlssdsulfom Modo RLm
at Our House. Extraordinary Bargains in iUHao-'"
HOU3EKHB1UNG GOODS. NAPKINS, TOWELS. TOWET.TVO
BED SPHEADB. IRISH LINENS, CARPETy OIL '
k LOTHB AND WINDOW SHADE8. '
.sr ItivRP Iturotir,
Hoc. 21, l5?j
LOW WATKII. CIIANIIK.
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.lA.MK W A VMON,
S.Tk'cuiil, Shmul fii rvlio, I'. H. A.
i i t r.iMi.
.Slcaiurr.lim Klsk, Paducah.
" Urand Lake aud tow, X. O.
' Louisville, New Orlcati.
Ike Ilauunltt nnd barges, St. L.
Steamer Jim I'l.k, Paducah.
" Orand Lake and tow, SIN.
" ltaven.tst. Louis.
City of(iuiucy, New Orleans.
" Clinton, St. Louis.
Iko llaminllt and barge?, Chi.
itit'iucAa is as dull as uual.
The weather is cloudy and cool.
The Carrie V. ICount. Is fctill at thi
wharl, loading for tho South.
Thu Minncola has uouu when' t'.iu
The II. S. Tumor luft Louisville on
Inn- down trln on Monday
Caplaln JlmalorrU ir oactr among
Thu Capitol City w ill leave St. Louis
lor vickfburg to-morrow.
The St. Joseph leaves St. Louis for
Thu City of Chester Is dun lieie irom
St. Louis Uwlay.
I'hc (rami Lake and barges lelt ht.
Louis la-t night lor New Oi leans.
ThuSle. (ienuvluve started liomSl.
Louis for Vickthiirg la-a evening.
Thu John A. Scudiler left ht. Loul
for New Orleans last evening.
I'hu James D. Paiker leaves Clnln-
uutl toniay for Memphis.
Tho Thomas Sherlock left Cincinnati
yesterday for New Oilcans.
Tho iku llamiult, with three bargef.or.
Iron ore, arrived from St. Louis yesterday
llllirillllir lit '.I O'clock.
l'l,o l,oisTe paSU'rtTuinumyTtm'-
lur below Memplils, ami vcpoiia umi
hoat on her way to leKbuurg.
Thu Warner and tow Is on Her way
from Nuw Orleans to Cincinnati with a
load ofl 100 ton-.
The Iron Mountain left Cincinnati
yesterday for Nuw Oilcan, with two
barges ot Pittsburg maiiul'actuics lu tow.
The Ohio ro.c I feet ami I Inches yes
terday, and there wcru 21 feet on th0
caugu at dark.
The John Means nnd barges started
A out St. Louis on her way to Now
Orleans la"t evening.
..1 . 1 fit.viin fViivriln lVmlnl .
lite .101111 r. v...,;
iintdy, left St. Louis for -New Orleans
lastuvculng. .. ...
The nuw steamer L . P. ScJieuck w 111
be ready to start South on her llrst trip
dining the llrst week lu 1S70.
-The Louisville, from New Orleans,
arrived here about Ho clock vcsten.aj .
Shu had a good trip ol freight and pav
-Thu olllccrs ofthu Illinois I new
drawn llieir attachment fu JU'U Hl
nsalust tho Mury Miller, and' It is thought
n compromise will ue cuectcu.
Tho CII11I011 arrived on Monday, re-
shlpucd her cargo and paouger on thu
City of (juioey, ud returned to St. Louis
-The Jim I'i-k broti-liUlavvu-"
fiifewlK who attended thu " Itlg
itoniina," last evcuuitf. "
dun r.aetf r iMiiueali until 11 o'clock last
Thu Tom Jasper was put on the
docks at St. Louis oil Monday. Shu Is to
bo made n HiOO ton boat, ami her namo
will hi real lr bo "Centennial." Sho Is
to be ready for bu-'hiess by tho Ut of
Tho Courier-Journal hays: ''Cin
cinnati potato dealers go to New Oilcans,
scU'lheir potatoes, walk Into ii"menage-
lie," "light tne tiger," go nouu , mm my
they "lost money on their potatoes' :
when, in reality, It's tho tiger'1 that
catiscs.tho shriukagu lu potatoes,'
Soinebody wonts to hli Hays, n tt
rlcr editor of thu Coiuici-Jourual, for j
ox rcsslng his opinion about any fellow
who govs to shows aud mates a practice ,
nt' iiuiiiniinll7.1iir thn coiunanv of fomu
other fellow's sweetheart. From the
I'xamlno otir Imnwnuo Dtock of
ay the reporter talks, however. It would
?ccr.jjiat be I, quo of thu h-hoys who
T,,c Sf ''-uils Times of yesterday
"Washington l.W( n ,' , t
o'clock on S'lndav. ".",K 1 "P .
day alter noon, from Ids latev '. J.i.:. ..."
1112.. lilddlu .street. Mr.
born In Ohio about M vmrs n.m .....i
ticca slcainboatliiir on ilic Olid ,.n,i in..
slss-lppl 1 Iver lor over 10 years. Tho hist
bout ho was on was thu nismarck. but
season. Ilu leaves a f.nnllv to mourn
I'lio MtnncollaRunk and turned bot
tom side up hi fugleman's chute, about
forty m.Ics above .Meiiiithls, on Monday
afternoon. A Miceial dlsnatch to thn
(.ilob(-Duinocrat front Memnhi. savs:
"The steamer Minncola. Cant. Sliiiuk.
of the Memphis nnd Cincinnati llnu from
Cincinnati lor this city, with about otic
hundred tons of mleclaueous freight,
struck a hidden obstruction about tbrco
relock this afternoon nt thu head of Out
lets, gome forty miles above litre, aud
within live minutes tilled and turned
over, a portion of her cabin lloating ofl.
men.' wcru twelve calnn passscngurd
and fomn ten deck pa?mm
gers on board, hut by means of lltc-bonts
ami ny clinging 10 tne wrecK nicy mi
togetiicr wttti the crew were unveil ami
were nrnuglit hero lo-uigut uy inc ueiio
.Memplils. i a. Mcticary, mate, or t.
i.ouis, was Migiuiy injiircu in trying 10
get up stairs alter thu accident. Captain
Suuuk hrouirht him here and ten both
clerks and watchman in chargo of thu
wreck. A portion of the cargo can bo
saved, but the boat will prove a total loss.
She was valued at 810,000 and insured In
thu Eureka of Cincinnati for $4,000."
tm rily Bwherr.
Attention I "called to thu card of tho
City Hakery, to bu found in this Issue.
Mr. Hchsackur, the proprietor, has by
industry ami fair dealing, established it
lucrative Iiusinc.'s. When you want any
thing In his line give him a call.
Wu will pay no bills contracted by any
unployo of Tin: Hui.i.ki i.v, unless the
yamo is made on a written order slgued
by thu prusidcnl or secretary of tho com-
p.tny, and wu will accept no orders given
iiy an employe of thu company, for any
C.vtuo lh'i.urri.v Company.
November 11). 1S7.'). tf
Ceo. T. Wetger, 20 E. (Icrman street,
Lancaster, Pa has been using Wlshart'a
Pino Tree Tar Cordial lu his family. He
recommends. It to others with groat mic-
l.-w .i.w,..ll vil.,,mrjr COinplfllllti.
Palatable for children. A valuable sub
Ftitutu for pernicious Alcoholic "bitters."
It destroys consumption ! It (5)
Nwllro or Heiuoval.
C. Koch has removed Ida boot and
; shoo .-hop from thu old stand to his
1 now brick building (ono block below),
! No. W) Commercial avenue, between
1 Filth nnd Sixth streets, whero ho will
keep the best home made and St. J.oui
' rii.toin made boots and shoes, made of
I the best material ; good workmanship
, and In thu latest styles. All order?
promptly at tended to.
, v rlt, fcloch,
Wn (loflrOJ t0 t,u-jrm uig pat-
; ft ,ari0ii(l)Ck 0f Frcncli ami
, Gerna c.,,(; Klp ml Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, lor storo and
h(j flnMt of Morocco or Ca
nootg. nml for farllU.rtf,
. ilyUC1 .lmUnlt.,0orwcargcncrally,hI.s
French Klp stands above anything ever
m wM m uro of
I ,,10 .ltl.,t styles, and ho can guarantee a
. (t .,1(lt,.als,ta0 t0 nil his patrons.
I ... ,,,,-suil, bcreafter, our gooJi at
Ti7io following prlcos, and solicit the pat
ronage of thu public :
Family brands, per cat cents.
Stauilanls, per can cesti.
Select, per can. 80 cents.
, Select, extrii per can 63 cents.
Tub oysers, per lOO.rt $1 00
CMcago Trout and White. ..11 eta. per lb,
1 (iaiiic, Pan Fish. ... 10 aud 19 cts. per lb.
Of all descriptions constantly on hand.
coiisMIug of w ild tin key, squirrel awl
Family grorerlc.s very cheap for cash.
Made a spccalty. Ulvo us a trial.
Cheaper than thu cheapest.
12:111'. w.t. Wintkm. tmiJt CO.
rpiirihutr r atiriuk home; etlsisr
.1 rooiui, eornt-r Ktrti-cntli sj CWr !?!
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