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AAOALON LODQK, NO. 51.
Knlxhtu of I'rtblti, Mti ircnr
dar night at hair-put scvan, in OdU
FelloWS' Halt. JU. II. UOSSMAM,
ALEXANDER LODUK, NO. SfM.
. Independent Order of Odd-ftl-t
lows, meet! every Tliurmlnv night
At hAlf-IAJlt Autmi. In Ihnlp hill nn
wnnawrciii uvennr, itciwwn aixm anv nuvcniu
itretts. T. J. littitru, N. U.
UlltO KNCJAMI'MENT, I. O. O. V., metis
Lln Oild-VVIIuWil' Hall on the llrsl ntul third
luesdny In rverjr month, at hair-pant sevra.
.Imp. II. l)MHi.r, 0. 1'.
tt CAIItOI.OIUK. N0.237,A. A A.M.
aar "u,,l renilnr communication In Ma
Kaonie Hall, cornrr Commercial bvmiuo
; T.;I . Klfjlilh Mrret, on tho tucond and
ourth Monilav of inch inoutli.
Attention t Denlera.
Wo have four dozen Imitation Ebony
Hpruguc Cnti-Opcncr., taken for ndver
tisliiir, wliloli we will sell at two dollar
per dozen. Inquire nt Bulletin olllee.
A. Halley liBH removed to liN new
store room, 115 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter' Hlock, mid next door to
the Arab engine house, where he will bo
pleated to tee all hi old customers and
ai many new one. U-M-tf
Hew Year's Hull.
Nciijuhr't-llull zur Krocflriung der neucn
Tiirnlialle, am ,Sylveterubend, dun
aitcn Dez., 1875 In plain F.ngllidi
New-Year's ball In celebration of the
opening of the new Turners lull, New
Year's Kvctm jvrmtcr, ion.
A fJaod Plate to Buy.
A. Hjdlcy's new store Is certainly one
of the best arranged of tho kind to be
found In tho city, and what Is better, he
has so arranged his prices that many are
taking advantage of thu opportunity ot
tered to buy stoves, tinware, etc., cheaper
than ever known in Cairo. Call on FFid
ley, 11C Commercial avenue, next door to
tho Arab engine house. 0-30-tf.
Uo Nre Them.
Buder Brother, Jeweler?, corner of
Eighth ttreet and Washington avenue,
Is one of the oldest ami most reliable
business tlnn In Southern Illinois. They
have Uic best ot workmen In their estab
lishment, and manufacture to order .any
thing In their line with dispatch nnd of
the finest material. Their stock of jew
elry is elegant and Is one of thu largest
uuil best ever brought Into the State.
Matchers' nml Drovera' KxelmiiKr.
Eighth ttreet, between Washington
and Commercial avenues. I.ouU Blat
tau, proprietor. Grand lunch every
morning from 0 to 11 o'clock, and every
evening from 0 to 11 o'clock. Will serve
oyster and other soups, roast ineaU,
cheese, tripe, and all line edible? that
the market affords In teason. Always
on hand the best beer, wine, ami liquors
if all kiuds, to lie had anywhere. Cour
teous attention paid to 'all. Come and
tee me. 12-21101
A t'lne Rlorh.
Wm. Killers desire to inform Ids pat
rons and the public generally, that he has
now on hand a largo stock of French nml
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, lor store nnd
oltiee wear, the finest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots; and for farmer.-!,
draymen and out-door wear generally, Ills
French Kip stands above anything ever
ollvred in this market. His Lasts aro of
the latest style, and he can guaranteo a
tit and satisfation to all his patrons.
We will tell, hereafter, our good 3 at
the following nrice. and solicit the n;it.
roungc of the public:
Family brands, per can
Standards, per can
Select, extra, per can
'J j cents.
Tub oysters, per 100 $1
Chicago Trout and Whlle...ll ct s. per lb.
(fame, Pan Fish. ... 10 und 13 cts. per tli.
Of nil descriptions constantly ou haml.
consisting of wild tuikey, jipilrrels and
Family groceries very eheap lor rash.
Made n speculty. Give ih a trial.
Cheaper than the cheapest.
12-3-tf. Wm. WiXTKit, .Ik., Co.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Good dwelling house on Waluut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Tenements X os. 2, Hand 4, on Sev
enth fctrvct, west of Walnut.
Store-room comer Twentieth and
Business house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Stllwell.
Business houso on l.evcc, near Sixth
ktrect, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man & Co.
Winter's Bloek-suitable for Hotel
Ofllccs or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, Sand 0, in
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 SO 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 1 rooms $10 a month.
Storo room in "Pilot House," lately
'occupied Wy A. Hallcy.
A good farm wlthgood houses, oppo.
slto Cairo Haws farm cheap.
A small House west of Twenty
second strcotjicar Pine, $4 per month.
Dwelling house on Twelltli, near
Walnut. 8 rooms.
Store room on Lovce, above Eighth
'street $20 per month.
Dwelling homo ou Sixth street and
Upper floor or brlcic uuutiiug on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street,
very desirable. .
Itooms In various parts ot tho city.
FOlt LEASE OH SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
HATCH or AVr.KTINIMU.
tVAll bills for ailyerllalaK, are due aud pay
able in ADVAKca
Tramlcnt aclTortllng will b inserted attliw
rate of 1 uO er square for tba flrst Insertion
anil &0 twits fur each ulfUtnt one. A liberal
discount will lie made ou standing mid display
Church, Society, Festival nnd Supper notices
will only be Inserted as advertisements.
For Inserting Funeral notlca t CO, Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders M cents for
No udrcrtlserut'iit will be rtcelvetl at less tliuu
Looal Bualneas Notions, of
ten lines or more, Inserted
In thu Rullotlu m follows:
One Insertion par lino a Oonta.
Two lnaertlona par line 7 Cants.
Three insertions per line 10 Cents.
Mix lnaertlona per line 1ft Cents.
Two weeks per line 2D Cents.
One month per lino 35 Cents.
No Reduction will be made In above
.new Yoir t'nrda.
At the Hru.KTiN olllee line New
Year cards are being printed. Ordets
lor cards must all be in to-day to Insure) a
Hue Illuminated card. Plain black can
be printed nn lttiitt'.mtiint,unHrn
To Rent. ,
Cottage on 13th street, live rooms, good
cistern, etc. Enquire of Dk. Smith.
The Turners' ball.
The Turners' ball to-night.
Go to the Turners' ball to-night.
The grandest allalr of tin; H-aon
the Turner ball to-night.
Grand lunch at "Our Saloon" to
John W. Carter ol Mound City was
in town yesterday.
t'rvatt lulllmmn abcll o.vwterH nt
the IManlem' Hon-. ll.'JVII
Hemember to go totlio Turners' ball
He sure and come to the grand lunch
at "Our Saloon to-night.
12-lR-tf FltKI). UOFHBIXfS.
Tlilrty-tlirco prisoners In the county
The city council is ."till hammering
away at the revised ordinances.
Police business is dull now-n-days
one case a day being the average.
Mr. Obcrly lectured before the Odd
Fellows of DuQuoln lat night.
For kplendid blankets, water-proofs,
cashmeres nnd Jean?, call ou Burger, 121
Commercial avenue. 12-1'J-ltn.
The new Turner hall will bo dedica
ted tills evening with a grand ball ami
Go to the "Arab Fire CVs." ball
Xew Year eye and have a good time.
'Hie pvsengcr train on the MIN
slppl Central railroad yesterday, was
thirty nilnulcs behind time.
Come one, come all, and eat ol the
grind lunch at "Our Saloon" to-night.
12-lS-tf Fiii:i. HoriiKtSM.
Go to the picture auction to-night,
ou Tenth street, near Commercial ave
Major A. .1. Knykendall of Vienna,
was in the city yesterday ou Ills way to
Tho Turners' Ball
E. Hp.m Powell of the steamer HU
marck, was a guest at the St. Charles ho
Mr. Joshua Elkius, a leading farmer
aud stock raiser of Johnson county, w as
in the city last evening.
Don't forget the grand ball and snip-
tier to be given by the Arab Fire. Co., ut
.Slieel's hall, Tuesday eye, December
Thu last ol the concert ut the Af
rican Methodist church was given last
Uusiness on thu levee was not brlk
yesterday, though nn average day's trade
Thts Turner' Ball To-Nlgl.t
The Grandest A II air of the Season.
The Selden Irwin troupe, at tho close
ol their engagement at Pudueali, will
disband for the season.
Fllty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Work on the new levee was pushed
ahead yesterday, the ground being much
drier aud in better condltlou than at any
time for nearly two weeks.
Oil uloths.earpcls, and and In fact
everything heart can wish for, canbe
found by calling on Burger &Co, 121
Commercial avenue, 1 2-10-1 m
Fresh Ilnllliuoro abcll o jitter nt
(be l'lnntf r' lloiixe. H-SS-II
Ladles wishing to purchase undor
vvcnr for themselves or children, can get
us't whnfhev want at Burger & Co's,
J121 Commercial avenue. 12-lt)-lm
A uumber of young nconlu wentuw
to Santa Fo last night to attend a dance
there. Tho muelu was furnished by uc
ot tho Cairo string bands,
Hosiery, gloves, nubias and scarfs
in great abundance, aud at the very low
est prices, ut Burger & Co's; 121, Com
mercial ayeuue. 12-10-lm.
Tho now Tucucr hall has btcn placed
In order lor the ball to-night, aud those
who attend will tlnd It the best hall for
dancing in tho city.
Tho last chancis to buy n haudsomo
present Picturesque America, full guilt
morocco binding, nt n bargain. If not
sold to-day it Will not be sold at all. En
quire at .Bum.ktin Bindery.
J, A. Phillips, Muscatine, Iowa 5 B.
F. Benedict, Now Orleans, nnd W. II.
Barry, Chicago, were In the city yester
tiny, aud registered at tho St. Charles. ,
Tho sidewalk 011 Sixth street between
Commercial avenue and Ohio levee, Is
going tip slowly, but when dono will be
one ol the best nnd most substantial lu
II. .1. Sylvester and family, St. Louis;
M. II, Sculllu und family of Aberdeen,
Miss., nnd W, II. Lyons of Nuw Orleans,
were registered at the St: Cliailes hotel
Table llnenn, napkins, towels aud
bed spreads of every kind, und to suit
the wants of every person, can bclound
in great abundance ut Burger & CoV,
121 Commercial avenue. 12-Ui-lm
There wus another largejaudlence at
the African Methodist church last night.
The tiiuI vocal and Instrumental, was
excellent, and thoe. .who heard It' were
delighted with It.
A large slock of ladles', misses' and
children's shoes, of the latest styles aud
llnest malcilal, nnd very cheap, are ou
sale at Burger A Co'd, 121 Comuierclul
The pictures to be sold at auction lu
Thornton's block are superior to any
thing ever otlered before. The frames
are oleguut. Go aud ,cu them. It will
Jut tecelved from New York 2000
pounds more of tlioe tine mixed French
caudles ut twenty-live cents per pound at
Pllll. II. SAUf'H.
Corner Eighth (street and Wii'JjlUir"
11 Tflu most attractive plare In the city
is the Fine Art Exhibition, now open on
Tenth street near Commercial avenue.
The whole collection will bo sold at
auction this ullcrnoou at three o'clock
and this evening at seven o'clock. It
The Arab ilro company has been
organized seventeen years, has saved
thousands of dollars worth of property
for the citizens ot Cairo, and deserves to
bo well patronized Friday evening.
The tastes of the most fastidious lady
can be satisfied by calling on Burger &
Co, when they want laces, embroideries,
linen, culls or collars. Their stock Is
superb and complete. 12-10-lm.
For ribbons and ties of every shade
aud quality, and uiulllers of all kinds,
you should go to Burger & Co's, 121,
Commercial avenue. They have Just
what you want, and will not (ail to please
Vou. " 12-19-1 m
The phantom party at Liberal hall ou
Wednesday evening was a very plcaant
alTalr, and so far as the attendance was
concerned a success, but we fear the get
ters up of the allalr have found out ere
this that balls are not always "paying in
vestments." Burger tfc Co. have on hand one of
the largest, most elegant and fashion
able stocks of dress goods, .silks aud pop
lins ever brought to Cairo. They liaye
put their prices down to the very lowest
notch, and buyers will Hud it to their
advantage to give tlicm a call. 12-1 9-1 in
Gov. Beveridge has pardoned out of
the penitentiary Butler, the murderer ot
of old man Price. Now let the Governor
nardon nil the other murderers, for of
them all,Butler was the most cold-blooded
and desperate. Butter killed old man
Price for his watch and money, nnd was
sent to the penitentiary for life.
There is no merchant in Cairo who
understands more perfectly thu wants of
our people than J. Burger, and on his
lii-t trlji east, he purchased one ot the
most elegant stocks of shawl', cloaks
and furs Hint could be found. Give him
a call and look at them, whether you buy
or not. 12-1 9-1 in.
Everything Is lu readiness lor the
Turners' ball to-ulglit, the committees
having completed nil their airangeinouts.
The hall, which Is boy o ml doubt the
largest, plcasautest aud best lu the city,
will, without question, be tilled with
thoe who wish to witness thodedlcatoiy
ceremonies, which will take place ou this
If you want an economical heating
stove for wood and one of the handsom
est Moves in the market, with illumina
ted front, buy the improved Evening
Star which took the blue ribbon at St.
Louis Fair last October, over all others
on exhibition. For sale by C. W. Hen
derson, 191 Conuneifilal avenue, Cairo,
W. .1. Craln, Sr., and W. J.JCrnlii,
Jr., better known us "Black Bill" and
"Yellow Bill" Craln, members, of the
Willlamsou county vendetta, were
brought to Cairo yesterday and lodged
In the county jail. The prisoners come
to this county on a change of venue, aud
will in all probability be tried nt the
coming session ot the circuit court.
Thu new saloon nt So S2 Ohio levee,
Leo Kleb proprietor, will be opcued to
morrow, with n grand lunch, at nine
o'clock lu thu forenoon. Thu bar will bu
stocked with the very choicest of wines,
liquors, bear, ale, etc. The proprietor,
Mr. Kleb, Invites all his old friends, aud
new friends,, and the public generally, to
call aud help themselves on tlilsocca-lon.
Conic one ! Come nil ! 2t
On last Saturday night a young man
named Harry Day, 11 cooper by trade,
beat and attempted to rob an old man In
the den near the corner ol Commercial
avenue and Twelfth street, presided over
by tho notorious old hag, Madame
Mack. Yesterday Deputy Sheriff Shec-
han, captured Day, and Judge Brass
taxed hint thirty-two dollars. Being 1111
ublo to pay thu Hue, Day was sent to the
lockup for sixteen days. ,
The otllccrs of this city and county
were no little surprised yesterday on
loarulug that Governor Beveridge had
pardoned out of thu penitentiary thu 110
torlous desperado and murderer Butler,
tho slayer ot James Price. It was not
known here, or If known at nil, only to
u very few persons, und thu matter was
kept very quiet, that clt'orU were being
made to secure tho pardon of Butler,
Certainly tho olllcers were not let Into the
secret, nud wu doubt very much If there
is 0110 ol them, either city or county, Unit
could have been Induced to lend his in.
tliteuco to secure n uardon for so notorl
ous a villain ns this butcher Butler. Tho
wholu thing Is a mystery to the people
here, and they cannot understand where
the influences camo from that Induced
the governor to set Butler ht liberty.
The most acceptable holiday present
lo a housekeeper would be a patent Hour
chest and bread-table. This neat article
will hold two hundred pouuds.of Hour,
about seventy-live pounds ot meal, nnd
the same amount of Buckwheat or Gra
ham Hour; contains two bread-boards, al
ways lu place, n rolling-pin holder, a
kueadlng trough, u yean box and a bread
closet, and when closed lorms n kitchen
side-board or Ironing table. It stands on
castors, and is ornamental. Price, deliv
ered, $12. Orders may beleltatL.il.
Myers' grocery store, or addressed to
J. Potvr.R IIhi.y,
12-10-tl l. O. Box 718.
In another place In this morning's
lifi.t.KTi.v will be found n card from Ids
honor the mayor of the city, requcstihg
all citizens "Imbued with patriotic feel
ings'' to display the tame In some man
ner appropriate to the tlmo and occa
sion. As to-morrow Is the commence
ment of tho Centennial year of this
"great nnd glorious Kepuhlle," it Is sug
gested that all the; bells in tho city be
rung to-night, commencing at live min
utes before twelve 10'clock and ring for
ten minutes. It Is also suggested that a
salute be llred, and that a purse be raised
by subscription to purchase powder for
Unit purjose. 'Wf tfly ufWcoVlt1
Try has made arrangements for a slm
ilar"cuterlilnmtut,"nud why shouldn't
Cairo be up with them V So let the bells
ring, the cauon roar, etc., etc. King
your handbells, if you have one; shoot
your guns (but don't put any balls In
them). Let tho-.c who can afford it lire
rockets, Itomau candles, etc. Inn word,
let there be rejoicing aud n good time
Cor.vcu. Ciiamiikii, 1
Caiiio, 1 1.1.., Dec. 29, 1S73.
Present Ills Honor Mayor Winter; and
Aldermen llalllday, Patler, Bitten
house, Saup, Thlstlewood, Wright and
1 ocum 1.
Ou motion of Alderman llalllday thu
reading of the revised Ordinance was re
sumed. Chapter 10, of ordinance 1, was read at
Chapter 11, of ordinance 1, was read at
Ou motion of Alderman Halliday, sec
tion 2, of chapter II, was amended by
striking out $2,000 nud inserting $3,000.
Ou motion of Alderman Halliday, tho
blank in section 2, chapter II, lu relation
to city collector, be tilled at $3,000.
On motion of Alderman Thlstlewood
the blank lu section 2, chapter 11, in re
lation to Jailor, was tilled at $1000.
Alderman Wright moved to strike out
$1,000 in section 3, chapter 11, nud in
sert $2,000. Carried.
Chapter 12, of ordlpjtco 1, was read
at length. 'Hr
Chapter 13, of ordinance 1, was read at
On motion of Alderman Saup, council
adjourned, to meet Thursday evening,
December 30lh, 7:30 p.m.
W. F. Axi.kv, Citv Clerk.
By numerous citizens I have been re
quested to suggest some kind of a projier
observance ol our entrance Into the com
ing centennial year. I, Henry Whiter,
Mayor ofths city of Cairo, do therefore
request oil persons imbiieu with the pa-
triolio feelings that tilled the breasts ol
our fore-fathers in 1770, to display the
same by suspending some patriotic cm
blem of our couulry in front of their
houses on to-morrow the llrst day of
January, 1S70, aud express their feelings
in any other way they may deem best on
account of the 100th birth day of this
glorious Republic. I would nl-o request
that all lire companies, and other public
and privatu buildings having bells
attached to the same that tho
persons having the control of same
shall cause the bells to ring, commenc
ing at live minutes to 12 o'clock, on tho
night of December 31st, and keep ring
ing the same till live minutes past 12 on
thu morning ol January 1st, in the year
IS70;also nil persons having any hand
bells to iolu lu thu Joylul ring. Persons
liavlng charge of any water crafts laying
at the port of Cairo are also requested to
peal forth their merry penl.
II. Wixtkii, Mayor.
X. B. Thu slgual will bu sounded by
the ringing of thu Arab bell.
A No. l l.iiiiinlry .
It lauow conceded that Mrs. Colemun,
tho laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington Commercial avenues,
has one of thu bet conducted lutindry es
tablishments in tho city, and landlords of
hotols and boarding bouses will tlnd it to
their advantago to cull upon her.
Ilcr prices arc as follows: Hotel and
bourdliig-naueo washing, 7t cents
dozen. Koi plceu work prices
us follow: SIukIo shirt and
lar, 10c; por dozen 80e; socks Be; two
lar, tic; two handkerchiefs, fie; vetts -0e;
and all gentlemen's wear, 80c per
dozen. Ladies' dressei, 25 to 50c;
ridrtalO to 20c, drawers 10 to lfcc; two
lalr lio.-o 0c; two coiUr5,ta lOu. Kor la
dlcV plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; for la
dlos lino clothes, $1 25 pur dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
tronsgo solicited - 8-31-lm
All persons, either men or boys, am
forbidden to uso lire arms on New Vear'a
day loaded with anything but Manic car
triges. Any mail or boy caught using
nny lire arm with loaded euvtrigu or mis
siles of any inscription, will bo severely
punished. The city marshal und police
olllcers tiro hereby ordered to strictly en
forco by arresting ny nnd " persons dis
obeying this orde All good, law-ubld-ln
citizens aro culled upon aud em
powered to nnt'st and turn over to uuy
pollco ollleer any person violating the
same qvcu uwcr my baud aud seal
Jural MMs ilOth day of December,
I I j gas aj
12-31-21 Hhnuv Wintkh, Mayor.
t'AIItO, IM.., TllUIMIlAV KVCNINO,
j'cremner w, iSTf,,
uusiticHs is quiet lu nil brandies. For
tho past several days It has bem warm
nnd cloudy, but to-day thu sun has onco
inoro shown Itself. This condition or tho
weather lias created a puule In (he dressed
meat and poultry trade, nnd our mer
chants do not wish to hamllo mure than
they can possibly help. Flour is quleti
with 110 demaud except lot the better
grades. Hay Is dull, and thorc is but
very little choice making its way Into
the city. There. Is enough common here
to supply the demand for some tltnu to
retne. There Is but it light demaud for
corn und oats at quotations. Meal nnd
bran are dull. Butter is weakening ;
there Is a large overstook on the mar
kct, aud 110 outlet for It in the South
ern market. There Is nlso u large over
stock of eggs, with but a small local de
mand. Common apples arc plenty nnd
dull ; choice are In moderate demand at
quotations. Potatoes aud onions arc
dull, but there Is some call for good seed
JHTOur friends should hear In iiiluil
that the prices here glfpn nre usually for
tales front llrst hands in round lots. In
cssary to charge 011 i,uIvkfte,"tAlila,"'c
Stocks have been reduced somewhat,
but Hour Is not very active. The order
trade Is light, aud there is but n fair de
mand for tho better grades. Sales re
ported were 100 barrels $U 73; 400 barrels
various grades $l0 75 ; 100 barrels
XXX $5 25; 600 barrels $4Q,0 50; 100
barrels low grade $4 75; 100 barrels
cholco family $0 76; 100 barrels XXX
.5 60; 300 barrels $l" ; 700 barrels
Hay is very dull, aud there Is but little
coming lu. It Is said that there Is plenty
of common on hand to .supply the de
mand for some time to come. The only
sale noted was 1 car good mixed, $11.
Corn is dull with a light demand at
quotations. Sales reported were 2 cars
white lu bulk on track, .12c ; 1 ear No. 3
white in sacks, I9u ; 2 cars So. 2 while
in bulk, I2jc; 100 sacks 19c ; 100 sacks
Dull at prices quoted below; the de
mand Is very light. Wc note the sale of
2 cars Southern Illinois lu sacks ou track,
30c; 2 cars Galena In bulk, 38c ; 2000
sacks 40i: ; 100 bags delivered 3Sc.
Meal Is dull. Wo note the sale of 200
barrels city, $2 30; 100 barrels city $2 35.
But vcrv little dolnir. We note sales
ot 200 sacks, $15; 300 tacks, $15; 1 ear,
Tho market Is largely overstocked,
with scarcely any demand und prices
wcakeuing, us thenj is no outlet for tliu
surplus lu the Southern market. Wc
note the sale of 200 pounds choice roll,
23c; 200 pounds choice roll, 25c; 200
pounds Southern Illinois roll, 20; 5 pad
ages choice roll, 22(,27c.
Market U overstocked. A few sales
were made yesterday nt 2,t cents, but
there are. none felling except for local
use. Sales reported were 100 dozen, 2Ue;
1)00 dozen, 2U(.i,2Je ; " packages, 20.
Common apples arc plenty nud dull.
Choice varieties am in moderate demand
nt uuotalion. S.les noted were : 20 bar
rels trood Winusans, S2 7"i ; 20 barrels
large mixed varieties, 1 ; 10 barrels or
dlnary Wiuesaps, $2 ; 50 barrels medium,
S2 75; 10 barrels prime, $1 25.
Pressed is very dull, owing to the sol
weather. Commission men have been
compelled to sell at whatever price they
were ottered. Live chickens nre also
dull ; but then' Is u moderate demand
for good, large, live turkeys at $1012.
Small are not wanted. Sales were :
Tt'iiKisvs 1000 pounds dressed, 10(ni
12e; W0 pounds dressed, 10c; U coops
live, 12c ; 100 pounds, lie.
CiiicKU.Nrt u dozen ilieseu.
1 coop ltye, $2 M).
There were no sales reported. The
weather U too warm for the trade, und It
is advled that shippers pend no dressed
meats here until It Is more favorable.
Tho merchants havo been compelled to
cull nt any price offered, aud do not care
to run further chances until there Is a
Provisions aro unlet. We note the sale
ot 2,500 lbs dry salt shoulders ut lie.
2 rOTATOKS AND ONIONS.
Potutoss aud onions have but very little-
demand, aud have been selling nt
fromSl ftOtoSl 75t)crbbl.each. There
Is, however, some call for good seed po
ntav4. nml imrttcH bavinir them will do
vll to kciuI them in as soon us
weather U fayoruble.
iniiam.l In noor condition $0 00;
barrels repacked $13 Wall" "
banuU 9l' 00.
The Itevolution us a b:so burning
fdovo for bituminous coal, needs no pull
ing from the subscriber and It never pulls
(smoke) ltself. For durability, economy
andVoiuly 11 cannot be c.xwlied. Call at
my storo where I have ona lu constant
uso and 1 shall be happy to explain Its
good working qualities, and 1 will also
take pleasure In referring to many par
ties who havo it In use, and who pro
nounco It superior to nny stove they havo
ever used. U.W. Hk.mikiisox.
174 Commercial avenue, Cairo III.
WRterproor n4 tr'limusls.
We oll'er at reduced rates, best Mack
waterproof, at 00 cents.
llKlLUHON ti WlCIL,
Prices Speak Louder than Words
Greatest Inducements Ever
J. BURGER & GO.
Everybody is Invited to Call and
Which Must bo Reduced
LOOK AT OUR PRICES !
All Dress Goods nml Silks Reducoil
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wooion Qooda, KubiDB, Soarft, Jackotn, etc., at a Orest Sacrifice '
Blonkots. Plamiols, and Domcatio dooda'at &icei novo"
thought of boforo. Our Stook of Hoslory, and Qlovesj
Reduced to i Lowest Figuros, and unprecedented
Bargains) in Larlinn' and Childron'fl
Kid Olovcs avi Offered.
VVill Price XnL-u.oxxoo You?
do, call on ua for Ladios', Miosoa' and Children' Underwear, for
Fancy Goods sultablo for Holiday Presents, for Silk
Tics and Scarfs, and for Ribbons.
MONEY S AVXD IB MOXTX? XAIUTXD
Earn it bv hroj.dos'. Chidrcnandu
v -'riNO GOODS, NA'ivx8. TOWELS TOWKT.TNO
The father ol all Boss cigars, a seven
inch Havana tiller, for live cents nt
12-10-tf Cftwi:imnvAir & Pim.i.ir.H.
for the Vt'rclily lliillelln.
Persons wishing ndvertUemenls or lo
cat notices Inserted In the Weekly Bi'i.1.1:-
i is', should hand In the copy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
The salniui in the. Grand Central hotel
will bu lor rent by the 1st of January
next. For particulars apply to
Wu. Winv.Ki., Proprietor.
Choice Minnesota potatoes at CO cents
per bushel ; eggs, .'. cents per ilozen ;
currants, 10 cents per pound ; and a large
supply of frch groceries always on hand
at low prices. Choice butter a specialty.
U-ltO-tf L. II. Mvr.ns.
Hudnul'.s tlrits (Hue) $1 CO
" (coarse I f.0
Hoiuiny -I '20
New Orleans Sugar 7. S.WJ
New Oilcans Molnsc fiO&OH
C. M. llovi:& Buo.,
111 I Ohio Levee, Cairo.
Mile or Heal Katiilc.
The undersigned oilers for sale lots No.
12, 13 and 11, In block No. 2(3. lu the city
of Cairo, together with a cottage hltu
utcd ou said lots, at a low llurc. For
further Information, call nt the ieldencu
nl the undcrsiirneil
Everybody to kuow Hint the place to get
A smooth slintc,
A good shampoo,
A OhloimUo hulr-eut,
Or anything li that line,
i ut tho UllANI) C'KNTIUL llAKDElt-
sitor, corner Eighth and Commercial.
DS-tf J. UKOUnK SiKiNilonsK.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Itm.urri.v, unless tho
sainu Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept unorders given
by an employe of the .company, for nny
Caiiio Bli.i.utin' t o.mpanv.
November 10. 1S75. tl
Tliey'w t.ot II.
For cverv deserlutiun of liue.and.beau-
tlful Jowblry,of file very latet patterns
and style, go to Under Brothers, corner
ot Klghth street nnd Washington avenue.
I'hls linn lias just received one of the
largest and best stocks ever brought to
Cairo which they are selling nt the very
lowest prices. All will do well to glvo
them a call before buying at other places.
Friday morning Dec. 31st, 1675, at 10
o'clock, at No. Ill Commercial avenue,
funlture consisting of bedsteads, bureaus,
withstands, chairs, wardrobes, marble
top center tables, feather beds, tunttrcsses,
bed springs, heating stoves, cooKlng
stoves, mirrors, chromos, one corn
shelter, box matrasses and bed riitl!t,
A,, ixo. I.orid II. Mvkiis.
Notice or Komoviil.
C. Koch has removed his boot and
shoe shop from tho old stand to bbi
new brick building (onu block below),
xr on r'miiiiii.ri-ii avenue, ouiwix-h
Klltli ntul Sixth streets,
where ho will
keep the best home made nud St. Lou!
ciutoiu matin boots and slices, made of
thu best material ;
and In the latest
To merchants, liquor dealers und team
All licenses expiring December 31st,
1875, must be renewed on or beloro Jan
uary 1st, 1870.
All liquor dealers whoo licenses ex
pire December 3Ut, 1S75, lire hereby no
titled to lllo bond at clerk's otlleo ou or
before January 4th, 1S7H, nt which llmu
the city council will take action thereon.
W. V. Axi.r.v, City Clerk.
The most beautiful stock of Jewelry to
bo found In Southern Illinois, Is now (
ou uxhlbltlou and for sale by Buder
Brothers. They are prepared to furnish
buyers with any nrtlclo that may be deslr-
Ml, and warrant satisfaction. They manu
facture to order watches, clocks, rings,
lockets, and everything that may be de
sired, uid for proficiency lu making fair
work, they stand second to none lu the
country. Glvo them it call, nnd sea for
I'xamlno our Imuitnaa Btosk ot
In thu na.-xtlVuty Days.
LESS THAN E R BEFORE
in Prico 1
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nun 1-1 ices win not Stand In our Way I
Steamer Jim fti?' ,
it ii ti "Piulueah.
" A. J. Baker, St. Lu.,,
" Liberty and tow, Sourly
" K. M. Norton, St. Louis, v
" James Gllmorc, St. Louis. t
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" Sto. Genevieve, Vlcksburg.
Belle Memphis, St. Louis.-
" Bermuda, Nashville.
I1IVKII, U KATIIICU AND IIUSINKSU.
Business remains as julct ns ever
Thu Ohio roo 2 feet 0 Inches, and
there is 20 feet 8 Indies ot water ou the
Tho weather Is clear and warm.
The Bermuda departed lor Nashylllo
Tho A. J. Baker Is laid up near tho
All was rjulet aloug the whart yes
terday. The City of Chester, for St. Louis,
leaves to-nlglit at 5 o'clock.
The Hubert Mitchell leaves Louisville
on Sunday for New Orleans.
The Iron Mountain and tow lelt
Louisville ou Wednesday.
The Joliu A. Scudder loft St. Louis
lat evening lor New Orleans.
The Jim FUk left on time ngnin yoo
-'1 he Arlington, from New Orleans,
is due here,
K. It. rowell, clerk of tho Bismarck,
came up from Memphis yesterday and
will join his boat here.
The Bismarck Is coining up with a
1000 tons and a good trip of passengers.
She will bo hero to-day.
The E. ii. Northon nud barges came
in from St Louis yesterday uftcruoon, at '
- The Liberty and tow arrived at half
pift 1 o'clock yesterday nfternoou from
The James Gllmore, from St. Louis,
got In at half past live o'clock last even
ing. -The Capitol City from St. Louis, lot1
Vicksbiirir, will leave the wharf to-night
ut 5 o'clock.
-The James D. Parker and Thomas
.Sherlock nre botli on their way Irom Cin
cinnati u-oV Orleans.
- The Fannie Tatuui lft. Vlcksburg on
l'uesday. Shu will be along soon It some
thing don't happen.
-The Charles Morgan is about due.
Shu has 1100 tons of frelgUt for the Ohio
river, mostly sugar and molasses.
Captain George W. Nearo Is lu Mem
phis, looking niter the Mary Miller, in
tliolutcre:t of tho Cincinnati board of un
derwriters. The crew of tho Colorado will com
down from St. Louis to-morrow, and taks
her up to th.it place, She will load at
St. Louis and start for Vlcksburg some
time during the coming week.
Tho Cairo and Paducali packet, Jim
Flsk, will go on tho ways for repairs
ou Monday. The Florence Lee will take
her place in the tr.ulo.
It U said that Captain Tom Kyaoi
chief of the Cairo and Nashville line, has
bought the steamer T. T. Hiilmati for
$7,500, aud that shu will probably go
Into thu Upper Cliiuberland.
It Is said that the two big Injuns, the
Jim Howard aud q'hompsou Dean, are
losing money In thu Memphis and New
Orleans cotton trade. They arc carrying
cotton for 75 cunts per ball front the
former to the latter place.
It Is said that vslncc the Memphis
aud Chicot City packets havo taken to
raising sunken steamboats, Captalu R.
W. Dugau Is thinking of placing the T.
F. Kekert Ik that trade and making It
lively for tho boys."
Tho now steamer Mobllo.'owucd by
Genejal N. P. Tyler and others ot Ut
blle, anil built for tho Alabama river
traude, commenced loading at Cincinnati
for Mobile yesterday. Her hull Is 160
feet long, 31 feet beam, ami 4 feet depth
of hold. Her machinery are two layer
engines, with cylinders' 14 J Inches in all.
ametcr with 4 feet stroke, working a
stern wheel. Hho lias two now hollars
10 luces In diameter nml 30 feet long.,
Her capacity Is 300 tons.
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