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ABOALOK LODUK, NO. 51.
Knlctita of PvUlU. mccta irnr Fri
iUt ntkht t lialf-imt Mren, in Odd
rtiiowa' uuii. jjo. li. uoimman,
AI.KXANDKR t.OIMJK, NO. 'ZU
lmlttirniliit Onlrr nf Otlil.a'el
Iowa, inert every Thursday night
ut liftlC-tMiiit npvfti. In f bflr lull 1111
i.uiiiium:iiu avenue, iM'iwcrn nixm uuv ruvrniu
,. 1AIKO KVOAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. K., metU
Oln OdiMVIIowa' Hall on the lint ami third
niailjij in every month, at hair-twit aevvn.
' Jno. II. Dmrui.y, U. I.
A CAIItOLOOOK. NO. 2:17, A, F. A A. M.
Ilolilrt'KUlnr cotnmunicatinn in Ma
ynnnl) Hall, cornrr Uuratnurrlal avenue
' miihI Klglitli alt-iiit, on the arcond and
ouriii Jioncuy ui racn mown.
OUM H. MUUCEY,
Attorney at Law.
OrriCKs AtrrsMrnce on Mntli HI reel. I
twn Washington aypiiiH' ami Wain lit M
YyntLMAH R. SMITH, M. D.
UKSlDKNOKt Nu. ill Thirteenth atrett, Ui
ttteen WiuMnjtton avenue un. I Walnut atrett.
OFFICKs North aide of KIkIiIIi ktreet be
tween Cuiuimrclal and Waahltiictouati'iiur.
Q W. DUN KINO, M. D.
t ftESIUKNCK! Corner Ninth and Walnut
Corner Sixth alreet and Ohio Iatcc.
K IlOUIISi From 0 a in. 12m., and
Cro'm t to t p m.
A I leu tluli ! Iteiilcr.
Wo hofonr dozen ttnitullon Khony
Sprngue (,'iUi-Opcncrs, taken Tor adver
tising, which we will tell at two dollars
per dozen. Inquire at lltilletln olHeo.
A.llalley lias removed to lili new
itoreroom, 115 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, nml next door to
the Arab engine house, where lit- will lie
pleased to ice all Ills old customers and
ui ninny new ones. 9-30-tf
Hmw Year' Ilnll.
N'oujahr's-Bull zurKroeft'nungdor ncucn
Tnrnliallc, am Sylvcsterahcnd, don
31 ten Dez., 1870. In plain tingllsh
Nfw-Vear' ball In celebration ol' the
opcnliig of the new Turners hall, New
Year Eve, 31st December, lb""'.
A Good Finer lo Ituy.
A. Hallcy'a new store is certainly one
or the licit arranged of the kind to be
found In the city, and w hat Is better, hu
has so arranged bis prices that many are
taking advantage of tint opportunity of
fered to buy itovoj, tinware, etc., cheaper
than ever known In Cairo. Call on Hal
ley, 115 Commercial avenue, next door to
the Arab engine bouse. O-IW-tf.
Uo Her Them.
Under Urothers, jewelers, corner of
Klghth street and Washington uvriiue,
is one of the oldest and iiioU tellable
btiilness limit in Southern llllnoK They
liare the best ol workmen in their estab
lishment, nml manufacture to order any
thing lu thlr II ni- with dlapatch nml of
Uic llncat material. Their stock of Jew
elry Is elegant and Is one of the largest
and best uvur biought Into the Slate.
1 2-5-1 tu
RalrharV umt lroi-r' Kvrliaiiui'.
Klghth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenue-'. I.otiH Dlat
tau, proprietor. (irand lunrh every
uioruliig from !) to 11 o'clock, and every
evening from U to II o'clock. Will serve
oyster and other soups, roat mrat.t,
checic, trlic, and nil line edibles that
the market aflbrds In reason. Always
on hand the bc?t beer, wine, and liquors
of all kinds, to be had anywhere. Cour
teous nttentlou paid to all. Come and
see me. l'.'-'Jl-Klt
A I'lue Mink,
Wm. Ehlers de.Iren to Inform hi pat
rons and the public generally, that he ha
iiow on hand it large stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, mid U
prepared to manufacture, lor sioro and
olTIco wear, the Ilnest of .Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Uoots; and for fanners,
draymen andoul-door wear generally, hi
French Kip stands above anything ever
otl'ered In this market. Ills Lasts aro of
the latest styles, and he can guarantee n
tit nnd saturation to all his patrons.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
(Jood dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twonty-thlid
Tenements Kos. : and I, on Sev
enth street, west of Walnut.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Iluslness houso on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Btllwell.
liiislucss house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man ik Co.
Winter', lllock suitable Tor Hotel
Offices or Business rooms cheap.
Tciienn'iita nuuiberod -1, 7, Sand 0, In
Winter's How, 0 rooms cacti, for $10 per
No. 10 comer), $12 507 rooms.
Cottago on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 4 rooms $10 u month.
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. llnllcy.
A good farm with good houses, oppo
site Cairo Haws farm cheap.
A small Houso west of Twenty
second street.ncar Pino, $4 per month.
Dwelling homo on Twelfth, near
Wnlnut. 8 rooms.
Store room on Lover, above Eighth
street $20 per mouth.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
-Upper tloor of brick building on
Commercial avenue, nbovo Tenth street,
very uvf iruuie.
llooiut lu various parts ol the city.
FOK LEASE OK SAL-K.
Lands, lu tracts to suit, near Cairo.
KATKN OF AnVKRTIMIKM.
tS"M Mill for mlvcrllalnK, aie due and pay-
Tranalent udiotllsiiiK wlfl ! Iiiferlnl ill tln
rule of II 10 peraquare for the first lii-ullon
and Wwnti for each aul)eqiicnt one. A IIIhthI
discount will lie m.ulu on almi'llng and dl'play
Cliliich, Society, Frutlval and Supper nwfices
will only he inserted at ndtertlsenienls.
For Insertlnx Funeral not leu l ID, Notice of
meeting of aoclett J or aecret onleM M tenia for
No advertliement will be received at letn than
- Local Bualneaa Notlcea, of
Mii ten linen or mora, Inaertuu
1 in ino iiuiiniiti nn ronowa:
Ono Insertion tier lino ft Centu
Two lnsortlomi per lino 7 Cents,
Thriin lnanrtlona tier lino 10 Ollta.
Six Insertion per lino ID Conts.
Two weoks per lino S5 Cents.
Ono month por Hue U5 Cents,
No Reduction will ho mu'lo in ubovu
TIIL'ltSDAV, DECEMIlEltSO, 1875.
I.ornl Wrnther Iteport.;
. ' OilHO, lM..,'lec. 3", lB.
T It ,
It" W (i7
Wind. Vki.. j Wiuih
W I 1 I l
Serjeant. SlKlial Servhc, IT. S. A.
NM Your Cnrili.
At the liuu.KTis olllee lino New
Vearennh are being printed. Orders
lor cards must all be in to day to Insure a
line illuminated card. Plain black can
he printed on twenty minutes notice.
Cottage on l'Jlh street, live room, good
rt'tcrn, etc. Enquire of Dn. Smith.
Lorn! J It lni-
iiiuuiiij rutuei. p
Phantom party at Liberal hall last
-Grand lunch at "Our Saloon" to
rreuli ilaltiuioro nliell itystvr nl
tU InulerH Home. H-JH-tl
Attend tlio Concert at the African
Methodist church to-ntgtit.
Geo. Ohnstead back to Cairo, and
will remain ror a Miort time.
Harry Coruilck ot Centralla. Is In
town visiting tils friend.
Forty-four team at work on the
The public schools will open again
on Monday morning.
-T. F. Bouton, of the .loiicsboro
Oatctte, was in the city yesterday.
For groceries ot every kind, go to
Louis H. Myem", till Commercial avenue.
No business ofinuioriance lu the po
lice courts yesterday.
-The Scldcn Irwin troupe go Irom
Cairo to Paducah.
The invitations to the Odd-Fellow's
ball. .lauuarj- Till, arc out.
-ltu Hire and come to the grand lunch
at "Our Saloon to-night.
12-l.Vtr Fni:i. Hoi'hki.vh.
Ileinnmber the soeiable at the Pres-
lyterlait church this evening.
For splendid blankets, water-proofs,
vihnieres and jeai, call on Ilurger, 121
ommcrclal avenue r.'-lO-lm.
There will be a meeting of the Pies-
tytetiau church rotigregatlon cycli
ng for the election of trustees.
-Goto the "Arab Firo CVs." ball
New Year eve and liava a good time.
The Ohio and Mississippi rivers aro
Come one, come all, ami eat of the
raiul luneli at "Our Saloon" to-night.
lJ-lo-tr I'ltrn. iliiriii:iNS.
There was a good audieuce at the
Athcuu'm hist night.
-I'eveuuu Collector .loiiRthan Willis
was lu the city on Tuesday evening. j
-Don't forget the grand ball and sup
per to be given by the Arab Fire Co., at
Shcel's ball, Tuesday eye, December
The wash-out on the Cairo and St.
.ouis railroad having been repaired,
i-.ilus departed on time yesteiday.
August llruhnicr, oi Philadelphia: I
and John it. Quest of Ciuclunatti, were
at. tho St. Charles yesterday.
-ltcv. Hubert Proctor of McComb
('ily, Mississippi, was lutlie city yester
day, ami put up at the St. Charlc.
Filty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Major John W. Foster, minister to
Mexico, and his family, were regUtcred
at the St. Charles hotel on Wednesday.
-Oil cloths.carpcts, and mid In fact
everything heart can wish for, canjhe
found by calling on lturgcr it Co, 121
Commercial avenue, 12-l!Mm
It Is said that the los sustained by
Messrs. Corlis & llauklu by thu burning
of their tobacco factory at Metropolis, Is
$20,000 over and above insurance.
Key. C. II. Foote, formerly pastor of
the Presbyterian church lu this city, with
his daughter, was u guest at thu St.
Charles hotel yesterday.
Just received, 50 boxes Irish boap, 50
buckets kettle rendered lard, 1 eai-k
pruncs, and for sale nt bottom prices, by
Stratton & Ulrd. -12-12-28-:it
James Nelson got drunk, nml falling
Into tho hands of Olllcer Andy Cain, was
tiiKcu belore his honor, Illrd, who sent
him to the lock-up lor three days.
-Krrah llntllinore nIipII uytrn ui
lliel'liiMtt'iV llouwe, 11-UU.tl
Ladies wishing to purchase under
wear for themselves or children, can get
Just what they want at Ilurger & Go's,
121 Commercial avenue, 12-lli-lm
It was rumored yesterday that" ono
of the conductor on thu Mississippi
Central railroad by some accident
hud ono of his legs broken. We could
learn no puiltetilars.
The lectures under the auspices of
the Ladies Library n.ocIatIon will bo
returned next week.
Hosiery, glove", nubias nml scaifs
lu great abundance, and at the tcr.v low
est prices, at Ilurger ,V Co'n ; 121, Com
metcial avenue. 121(1-1 m.
Tho last chance to buy a handsomu
pre'ent Plcluiciipie America, full guilt
morocco binding, nt n bargain. If not
Fold to-day it will not be sold at nil. En-
iiitnint IIv i.i.kii.v building.
Judge McCilteutid Mr. CI ill' lla.lc-
wood, ot H.vJcwood precinct, wcro In
tho city yesteiday. They brought a lot
ot tat hogs lo mat lat, and sold them at it
good round price.
j-Tnble linens, napkins, towels and
bed spreads of every kind, and to suit
the wants of every person, can belound
In great abundance nt lturgcr Si Co'?,
I2t Commercial avenue. 12-liMtn
Sam Mullny, incarcerated una charge
of horse stealing, and two other prisoners
escaped Irom the Johnson county Jail on
last Tuesday evening. The Johnson
county Jail Is a rickety old concern, and
not a lit plan: to keep prisoners.
,1 oiler my cigar and candy itand,
with a paying trade, lr sale. My ob
ject lu selling Is to engage lu other busi
ness. . Titian,
No ff0 WahInutou avenue.
1 2-29-2 t.
A large stock of ladles', misses' and
lincst material, and very cheap, arc on
sale at Ilurger X Go's, 121 Coinmerclel
A numljcr ot ladles and gentlemen
from Paducah and Metropolis came down
to Cairo on the Jim Flsk on Tuesday
evening tu attend the performance ol the
Seidell Irwin theatrical combination.
Thev returned home the same uirht.
-.lint received from New l ork 2000
pounds more of thoe lino mixed French
caudles at twenty-live cents per pound at
Pun. II. Salt's,
Corner Eighth street anil Washington
The Arab lire company has been
organlcd seventeen years, .has saved
thousands or dollar worth of property 1
for the citizens ot Cairo, and deserves to
be well patronized Friday evening.
Circuit court commences next week,
when there will bo a "clearing out" ot
the county lull. That institution now
contains about thirty-five prisoners, '
nearly all of whom will be brought up
for trial nt this term or the court.
-Tho tatesorthe mosttaitidlous lady
can be satisfied by calling on Ilurger &
Co, when they want lares, embroideries,
linen, cull's or collars. 1 heir stork is
superb and complete. l2-l!l-1m.
Choice Michigan cider for sale at the
New York store, by the quart, gallon
and barrel ; also K. & W. Self Rising
Huck wheat Hour, very choice.
10-12.1!M0t. G. O. Pa i r.nt A Co.
For ribbons and ties of every shade
and quality, and mulllcrs of nil kinds,
you should go to Burger & Co's, 121,
Commercial avenue, ihey have Just
what you want, and will not tall to please
-There will be a meeting ol the Pres
byterian church congregation held this
ccnlng at tho church for the purpose of
electing a new hoard of trustees, and for
the purpose of renting pe we. Tho socia
ble of the church will be held at thesumc
time and place. See notice rl-ewhere lu
Ilurger A: Co. have on hand one of
the largest, nio-t elegant and fashion
able -locks ot dress goods, silks and pop
lins ever brought to Cairo. They haye
put their prices down to the very lowest
notch, and buyer will Hud it to their
dvantage to give them a call. 12-19-lm
There is no merchant in Cairo who
uuder-tands more pel feet ly the wants of
our people than J. Burger, and on his
lat trip eat, he purchased oniiol tho
most elegant stocks of shawls, clonks
and furs that could be found. Give him
i call and look at then), whether you buy
or not. 12-lfi.lm.
It you want an economical healing
stove for wood and one of the handsom
est stoves In the market, with Illumina
ted front, buy the improved Evening
Star which took tho blue ribbon at St.
Louis Fair last October, overall others
on exhibition. For sale bj G. W. Hon-
lerson, 191 Commercial avenue, Cairo,
A serious difllculty occurred at
Ila.lowood, llalowood precinct, on
Christmas day, between a lot
of drunken men. A man by
1 1 io name of Ilranhart and a coiinlo ot
aw mill men named Dunkeu, got Into a
quarrel, when one ot the latter shot tho
former in the head, InllMlng a severe
though not daugcrous wound. No ar
rests were made.
Farmers coming to tho city complain
bitterly of tho dreadful condition of the
public road between the cros levee and
whut Is known as the old Cairo farm, lu
many places It is almost Impossible to
jet along, ami but few places where
wagon do not sink nearly to tho hubs of
the wheels. But what Is to bo done about
It? Willi a depleted county treasury,
where Is Iho money to como from to rem
edy tho matter? Echo answers "whore?"
Tho course ol lectures under the aus
pices of the Ladies' Library Association
haye not yet been completed, it having
been thought hot to defer thoo yet lo
lio delivered until after tho holidays.
Tho well-known ability ot the lecturers,
Mrs. G. G. Alvord, Hon. Win. II. Green
and Dr. G. O. Parker, Is sulllclcnt guarantee-
that highly intcrestlnir lectures
may hu expected. Duo notice will bo
sriven of II mo and place.
Tho most acceptable holiday present
to n Housekeeper would hu a patent Hour
chest and bread-table. This neat arllclo
will hold two hundred pounds of Hour,
nliout soventy-llvo pounds ot meal, and
tho saino amount of Rnekwhcnl or Gra
ham Hour; contains two bread-boards, al
ways in place, a rolling-pin holder, a
kneading trough, a yeast box and a bread
closet, and when closed loi ms a kitchen
side-board or Ironing table. It stands on
castors, and Is ornamental. PriCr, deliv
ered, $12. Orders may b left at L. If.
Mjcra' grocery store, or addressed to
J. Powiu Hf.t.V,
12-1IMI P.p. Box 718.
This Is the season of lIN, featlvalT,
parties, etc., but the lull tntl supper to
be given by the Cairo Tlirior society on
next Friday evening .cw i ear'a eve
will bo by far tho grandest affair of the
kind ol the season. Nothing that will
tend to maku the allajr a imcccss will be
left undone. The various committees aro
devoting their entire U
me and nttentlou
to the work lu hand,
iid are proving by
their acts that they
know Jut what
lliev are doing. The
ball will be held In
their new hall at the
(hrner ol Tenth and
Ponlar streets. Item!
mber the Turner!!.
Tho concert Inst
Methodist church on
Walnut and Cedar st
Ight at the African
ets was attended
by n very largo audience. Madame
Uniler ot ClilcrtRO, aijl Miss Banks of St
Louis wure the prliut pal attractions, the
former a line operaly singer and the lat
ter presiding at the piano. Madame Bailer
certainly stands heafl and shoulders with
the best of operatic singers, and surpasses
anything wc have ht-ard in Cairo. Miss
Banks performance on the piano was
excellent, and gave sulllclcnt proof that
she is no novice in the business. The
concert will be repeated to-night, when
another largo audience will undoubtedly
bo present. Admlsslou twenty-live cents.
Johnson county, a man named Peter
Davis stabbed Virgil Brock, engineer at
Chapman & lies saw mill nt that place,
with a huge butcher knife, Indicting a
wound from which ltwa-at lirst thought
Brock could not recover. Davis was ar
rested and held in $1,000 bail for his up
praranee at the next term of tho circuit
court for trial. Falling to give bond, he
was brought to Cairo and lodged in tho
county all for salo keeping. Ills trial
came on" nt Vienna lat week, the Jury
returning a verdict of "not guilty." The
words "not guilty" had searesly escaped
the clerk's Hps, when Davis stepped out
side the bar, said "thank you, gentle
men," to the jury, left the court houso
and has not since been seen or heard of.
Davis had learned that tho authorities of
Shelby county, Indiana, wanted him
there to auswer n charge of murder, lie
has probably left tho country lor parts
The many friends In this city ot Dr.
P. L. Williams will read with regret tho
announcement of Ids sudden, and to Ids
family and friends, unexpected lUath,
which occurred In St. Louis on Thurs
day morning, 23d Inst. For more than a
year the doctor had been sutlering from
a disease of a peculiar character, and at
the time or his death was under the treat
ment or the celebrated Dr. Johnson of
St. Louis, who considered his recovery
certain. A short time ago ho was taken
down with an attack ot malarial fever
and pneumonia, from which ho died us
obovc stated. In his profes
sion, that of dentist. Dr.
W llliani! hail . won lor lilui'elt a
reputation second to no other doctor in
this part or the country, lie had built
up an extensive and lucrative practice, in
Cairo and vicinity, and along and sue
ccssful career seemed to open up belore
him. But all was changed lu a moment
by the relentless hand that sooner or later
will be laid on all animate life. Ho leaves
a wile whose devotion never permitted
her to leave Ids side night or day during
Ids sickness, and who Is now entitled to
our deepest sympathy. Ills remains were
interred in Bethel cemetery near Belle
villc, on tho 21th lust.
l iir Kent.
The saloon In the Grand Central hotel
will bo lor rent by the 1st of January
next. For particulars apply to
Wm. Wr.T.rX, Proprietor.
l or Nitlc.
Choice Minnesota potatoes at CO cents
per bushel; eggs, 25 cents per dozen;
currants, 10 cents per pound ; and a large
supply ol frc-h groceries always on hand
at low price.--. Choice butter a specialty.
12-J0-tf L. II. Mvkus.
Hudniifs Grits, (tine) 1 50
" " (coarse -1 50
" Hominy 1 20
New Oi lcans Sugar 7 S.tul
New Orleans Molasses 60ACS
C. M. IIownA Bno.,
12-15-tr JIM Ohio Levee, Cairo.
Nnle nl' Ileal Kslnli.
Tho undersigned oilers for sale lots No.
12, 111 ttnd 1 1, in block No. 2(1, hi thu city
of Cairo, together with a cottage situ
ated on said lots, at a low llguro. For
further information, call at tho rc-ld-mco
ol the undersigned. Joux Sciii:i:i..
Everybody to kuow that the place to gel
A smooth Mme,
A good fluunpou,
A fashionable hair-cut,
Or anything lu that line,
li nt tho Oiiami Ckntkai. iUrtiiKit
iuor, corner Eighth and Commercial.
DMf J, (iKOitots Stkinhousk.
On Thursday evening December "10th,
at tho Presbyterian r.hui-ch,, there will lie
tt meeting of I lie congregation of the
church for thu election ot truslcesmid tho
routlnsr of djws.
Tho sociable of the church will he held
at tho saino time ami plac. A cordial
invitation is extended to all. 12-.I0-U
Tho Revolution as a h'i'-e burning
stoyo for bituminous coaVneeds no Null
ing from the subscriber and It never nulls
(stuoki!) Itself. For durability, economy
nnd beauty It cannot bo excelled. Call at
my store where I have ono lu constant
ue. and 1 shall ba happy to explain Its
good working qualities, and I will also
take pleasure lu referring to many par
lies who havo It lu use, and who pro
nounce It superior to uny stovo they haw
over used. C.W. Hkndeiison.
171 Commercial avenue, Cairo 111.
W'Ali DKfAt.ntr.NT. IliVKi'llnroifT,
IJcc. If), ls75.
i.o ivatmi. cu.irtm:.
BTATIOM. ..... i .
TT. IN. IT. IV.
(.'aim ..; 21 !! x"i -J
I'lltnburtt K. 0 -4 i
Clncinnnti ID 8 :l A
Uinlsvlllo IK 0 . I 7
Nashville 21 I X2 n
St. I.mils 7 I ii o
Kvatmlllr o ii li ii
Mempliia. 11 7 XI H
Vickaburg -M I J
Xcw Orlinni lo a X I
.1A.MKS W A isi)n7
Sevceant, Sljriml Serrlrc, L 8. A,
Steamer Jim Flsk, Puducnh.
" Peytona and barges, N. O.
" Belle ol .Shreveport, N. O.
" II. S. Turner, Cincinnati.
" Bermuda, Nashville.
Steamer Jim Flsk. Paducah.
" Peytona nnil barges, Louisville.
" Carrie V. Kountz. . O.
" Bullu of Shreveport, St. Louis.
" II. S. Turner, New Orleans.
lilVKII, WHAT II Kit ANN IIL'SINUSS.
The Ohio river roso II feet anil ?
Inches, and Is still on the "go up." .
Tho weal her was cloudy and damp
Business Is still quiet.
There is plenty or mud on the Irs
m TlioJIwriuuda got Into port at dark
Tho 11. S. Turner arrived at diiji;
last night with a good trip lor thu South.
Tlie Sle. Genevieve was duo here last
evening, but had not nrrlvod at dark.
Tho Jim Flk did not get Into port
until after 5 o'clock yesterday.
Tho Grand Lake, Captain Toiih, left
St. Louis yesterday for New Orlean'.
Tho Capitol City leaves St. Louis to
day for Vicksburg.
Tho Susie Silver loft New Orlvan-i for
the Ohio on Tuesday evening.
The Mollie .Moore left New OrleaiH
on Tuesday evening for St. Louis.
The Mary Houston arrived at New
Orleans on Tuesday.
Tho City of Alton passed Viek-djurg
for New Orleans on Tuc.-dav.
The Robert Mitchell arrived at Cin
cinnati on Tuesday.
Tho Belle Memphis will be hero
The Iron Mountoin and tow lelt
Louisville on ysterday for tho South.
The Arlington, from Now Orleans,
Is duo hero to-day.
The Fannie Tntutn passed Vicksburg
on Tuesday evening on her way up.
The J. D. Parker stat ics from Louis
ville to-day lor tho South.
Everybody looked for it to rain yes
terday, but they were disappointed.
The Jim Flsk took the Selden Irwin
combination to Paducah l.i-t night.
Ilalliday & Phillip nru repairing
The St. Joseph, Capt. Mcl'hcetcrs,
with Luke Bernard in tho olllee, left St.
Louis last evening Tor this port.
Tho Tom Sherlock was advertised to
leave Louisville yesterday evening Tor
Tho Carrlo V. Ivouutz left this port
on Tuesday night for Now Orleans, with
1,100 tons freight.
The Andy Baum pa"cd down on
Tuesday night fur .Memphis, with a irooil
Tho Ohio liver lit lids point litis hern
having a regular old tare for several days
The City of Che-ter arrived on
Teusdny night, and alter staying with
us lor a short time, went on her Journey
The John A. Seiidder went into SI.
Louis on Tuesday with IHO tons, and will
turn her face towards the sunny south
Tho John Means was taken oil' the
ways on Tuesday night in good condi
tion, and was announced to leave St.
Louis lor New Orleans on yestorday
All the steamers lying at thu Louis
llle wharf on Monday, had their lings nt
half mast. In respect to the memory of
the esteemed wife of Captain Frank Car
ter, who died in Louisville on Monday
Tho river editor of tho Louisville
Cuurier-Joiifiuil seems to Have a grudge
at Cincinnati girls. See what ho says
about them : "A Cincinnati girl buys No.
HI striped stockings, cuts (ho lower cuds
oil' them nnd sewa gunny bags to thu
legs to put her feet Into."
The Belle of Shreveport, out from
New Orleans, arrived yesterday. She put
oil :!0 quarter hbls molasses for Ragau
Brothers, of Lvansvillu; 12 hhds siuar
and S:i bbls ol molasses for Cincinnati,
and '100 bales of cotton for the East, and
skipped out tor St. Louis.
The tteamur Fort Gibson, Captain
Smith, whllo on her way irom Memphis
to Pine Blutl, on Monday, struck n snag
nnd sunk. Slio had 100 tons assorted
freight, which was covered by insurnii'-e.
The boat was valued nt $10,000, and was
Insured for $0,000.
Captain Shunk, ot tho sunken
steamer Mlnueola, gives It as his opin
ion that no one was lost In thu duatler.
Tins survivors of thu Mmneola attribute
great praises to Captain Sliutik for his
coolness and bravery during tho excite
ment attending thu , sinking ol tho
A npuelnl Meirram to thu St. Louis
Republican of yesterday front Memphis
"In theca.-o of tho Memphis and Vicks
burg Packet Co. vs. steamer Mary Miller,
tiir.r. .S. cunt I ordered tho bu.tr.l ol an-
prabers to value the boainud such ot the
cargo us Iho respective owners may de
sire to claim imu uouu. wn cuiiipiyiu-;
with the requirements and bonds they
will bo released when approved by tho
cerkof thu court."
- It seems there is considerable doubt
ns to whether tho Illinois is uutitlled to u
groat amount of pay for the services ren
dered by her to tho Mary Miller. Tho
Memphis Avalanche ol yesterday, says:
"lu thu recent mlslortimu to tho
steamer Mary .Miller. Capt. Leo Cranu
has thu sympathy of many friends, Ho
slates that alter his boat sprung n leak hu
Prices Speak Louder than Word
Greatest Inducements Ever Offend to Customers
J. BURGER & CO
- 1 i i.
Kverybody in Invltoct to Call nnd
Which Must bo Rotlucnd In tho next Thirty Days.
LOOK AT OUR PRICES ! LESS THAN EVER BEFORE
All Dross Goods nnd Silks Reduced in Prico !
Slmwlo, Cloaks and Fura Markotl Way Down!
Wo nni Dfitcnulneit lo HoJuca our Otocl:, nnd Pi Ices will not Stand In our Way I
Woolen Oooda, KubiiiH, Scarfs, Jnckoto, etc., nt a Grrat Sacrifice
lnttnketH. Flannels, nnd Domestic Goods nt Pricos novor
thought of before Our Utock of Hosiery, nnd Gloves
Reduced to Lowest PiKures, nnd unprecedented
UarRrtins in Ladies' and Children's
Kid Gloves nro Offorcd.
"77"ill xxrlco In Ti txonoo You?
oo, call ou u'.i for Ladios', Minsos' and Children's Unrlorwoar, for
Fancy Goods suitnblo for Holiday Presents, for Silk
Tics nnd Scarfs, and for Ribbons.
MOUTE-Y" SAVED IS LIOHET" SAZUTSD
Earn it by buyintc Ladies'. Children's and Misses' Custom Made ihoei
at Our House. Extraordinary Bargains in
"OVBWlJEDpllERDe,xufiASKINSj, TOWELS, TOWBLING,
. LOTUS AND WINDOW SIIADES.
t'loughtlos.v-' her by casing hU deck
load overboard, and with tin view he i
had 110 or 10 barrels ol innlaes u.rown
Into the river: alo about LIO sacks nf
salt. 0 casks of hides nnd some hales c 1
rag". After getting the pumps In work
tliii IlilunN came alongside and took oft'
his deck load. The captain and mate '
both asert that the .Miller win nuiuned ,
clear of water entirely by herown puinpj. 1
and in this service she received no aid
from the lllinoi. The Mllller was !
libelled tor salv.tgu before .lusticu Miller
Yesterday, and It was afterwards trail". ;
ferret! to the U. S. Courts"
Witerirmilt mill I'lnmiels.
Wo oiler at reduced rates, best black
waterproof, nt IK) cents.
Hkii.iiikik & KM..
The father ot all lloss cigars, :t seven
Inch Havana filler, for live cents at
12-19-tf Cowi'Kimiw.ur & Piiti.i.ii's.
for the Wectily Kiillvlln.
Persons wishing advertisements or lo
cal notices Inset toil in the Weekly lloi.i.n
ti s', should baud lu tho copy by Tues
day noon, of each, week.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: lti'i.i.Kriv, unless the
same is made on a written order signed
by tho president or secretary of the coin,
imny, and wo will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
CAIItO Itl'l.l.miN COSII'ANV.
November 10. 187",. it
TiMW'vc ill II.
I'or every description of lino and beau
tiful Jewelry, of thu very latest patterns
and stylos, go to Under llrothcrs, corner
ot Klghth street ami Washington avenue.
This linn has just received ono of the
largest and best stocks ever brought to
Cairo which they are selling tit the very
lowest prices. All. will do well to give
them neall before buying tit other places.
Friday morning Pee. Illst, 1S75, at 10
o'clock, at Xo. Ill Commercial avenue,
fiinltnre consMiug of bed. leads, bureaus,
Withstands, chairs, wardrobes, marble
top center tables, feather bod-, mat tresses,
bed springs, heating stoves, cooking
stoves, mirrni, rhromo, one corn
shcller, bov malrcsses and bed iiuill--,
Ale, A. Lorn 11. Mylus.
N oiler of IteiiKMiil
C. Koch lias removed his hoot and
choc shop from thu old slum! to his
new ln-luU. WUUi.y (m 1.1..4U. below),
Xo. UO Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, wlicro hu will
keep the best homo made and ,St. Loui
ciihtom made hoots and shoes, made of
the hot material ; good woikmaiishlp
and in thu latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. D-'J.l tl.
To merchants, liquor dealers mid team
All licenses expiring licccmhcr Hist,
S"i, must be renewed on or belore .Ian-
nary 1-it, 1S70.
All liquor dealers wlioso licenses ex
pire December UUt, 187.", tiro hereby 110
tllied to lllo bond at clerk's olllee on or
before January -Ith, 1S7H, nl which time
the city council will take action thereon
W. F. Axi.i:v, City ( lcik.
Tho most beautiful stock of Jewelry lo
be found lu southern Illinois, is now
on exhibition and for alo by Under
llrothcrs. They are prepared to lurnmi
buyers with any article that may bo desir
ed, and warrant satisfaction. They manu
facture to order watches, clocks, rings,
lockets, anil everylhhur that may bo de
sired, anil for prolleieney in making fair
work. Ihey stand second In none in tho
country. Give thorn a call, and .-co for
X No. 1 l.uiiiiilry.
It Is now conceded that Mr. Coleman,
Iho iMimliess, No. 1J Fourth street, lic
tweou Wiidiliiiftiu & Commercial avenues,
has 0110 of tlio host conducted laundry cs.
tnhllMinicnts in tlio city, and lsuillonls of
ioUImui.1 litutilhe house "ill Hud It to
their r.d aiitngo to call upon her,.
I let- tirlcis aru as follows: Hotel nud
fioiirdlng-liouEo washing, 75 cents per
tozen, l-oi piuco work' prices are
ns follows; Single fhlrt and col-1
!ar, life; per dozen 8Je; soik-i fie; two col
i.irs, fu", two handkerchiefs, fie; vests i!0c;
mil all gentluuioirV' wear, 8O0. per
Inen. Ladles' drcssrii, 25 to 60c:
Mrta 10 to 20c; or a won 10 to Uic; two
pair hose Cc; two collars 5 to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothes 11 CO per dozen; tor la
dios lino clothes. 81 'J'i nor dozen: done
ilramptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
trimo solicited. 8-Jl-lm
i i s-v
Fxamine our Immcns Stock of-
1 GAME DEPOT !
""e will sell, hereafter, our goods at
the foliMving prices, and solicit tho pat
Family' brands, per .iii ar, conts.
.Standards, per can ;. J3 cents.
Select, per can CO cents.
fcolcct, extra, per can cr, cents.
Tub oysters, per 100 $1 00
Chlearrn Ti-nnl nml IVIili.. 11 .
Came, Pan Fish. ... 10 and 12 cts! per lb!
Of nil descriptions constantly on hand,
consisting (,f wild turkey, squirrels and
Family groceries very cheap for cash.
.Made a spccalty. Give us a trial.
Cheaper than thoehennest.
A silver plated Xo. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) finish,
valued tit $53. Win be sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factor'.
Colored and mounted Mapsot the
city of Cairo at 00 encli (halt price.)
A Xo. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued at $75. Will bo sold at $13
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $00 Iteinlugton Sewing Machine
$110 on for cash. Suitable lor lar or
boot and shni manufiioiurer.
A stylo "E," "Cloiigb, Warren &
Co.'s" Parlor Organ, right from tho fac
tory at Detroit. List price, $300. Will
ho sold for $200.
1000 sheets of hrlstol board just re
ceived at Iho 1IUI.LKTI.V office, and lor
stile to the trade.
I'lly ol' Cairo.
colored and varnished, for salo at ball
price ($2.50) at the IIui.lktin office.
'JO.ooo notu heads, 30,000 envelopes.
20,000 letter heads, 10 roams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle nancr lust
received and for sale at the IJui.i.ktin
I' or any of thenhovu articles, apply a
tho HllLLKTlX OlllCC 1'. A. llUlLSETT
u. Ui.u.,1... B.C. Ulil
MATHUSS ic UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
04 Olaio Xjoxro.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
noollugand Guttoringa Spaoialtjr.
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
tiny part of southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumpa, Stoves
Jobbing Promptly D.
STRATTON ft BIRD,
AQENT3 A2CK&IOAX rOWSU 09.
57 Oklo XnrM
TUB half of brick bouae, eoataUlncJMr
IllMt-tf' Mrn't',na,n4 Carjpjr