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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county laud, Cairo lot la
exchange lor St. Louis property.
A flnp residence on corner llalbrook
avenue and Twenty-third street, at a bar
Cottage on Sixth street between Wash
lngton avenue and Walnut street.
House and lot on KIglith itreet (Ktwecn
Walnut and Cedaf, $1,C50.
Two-ttory housr on Twenty-rijrhth
Ireet, bctweeu Poplar and Commercial
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh streets.
The first floor of a brick dwelling cor
iter of Nineteenth and I'oplar streets.
Cottage on the north side of Twelfth
street between Walnut and Cedar.
Business house on I.evee ftroe t above
Eight, and In good repair.
Itootus in a two story houe on Com
tuerclal avenue between Ninth and Tentl
Store room near corner ol Twentieth
ar.d Poplar street; JS.
Tenements 3, 4, 5 and 10 in Winter's
How (or $10 per month, and In firet-ckiFs
Cottage on Twcnty-flr t street between
Sycamore and Toplar.
Koornt In nearly every part of the 'ity.
FOU LEASE OU SALE.
Lands in tracts to suit, near Can.
The "Iroa Trail."
A gpicy (ketch, descriptive ol a trip
over the Atchinson, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure rcrfci of the Ilocky Mountains,
by "Xytn Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic ot the New Vork li'wW,
sent free ou application, together with
the San Jnan Guide, maps and time ta
blei ol this new and popular route trorn
. Kansas City and Atcbluson to Pueblo,
Denver, and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Mine.
The finest lineol Pullman sleepers on the
continent between the MUsourl river and
the Kocky Mountains without change.
Special round trip tourists' tickets from
the Missouri river to Denver at $30, good
to stop off at all points. Address,
T.J. AvDt.iMO.Vtcn. Pas. Ag't.,
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be-
tween Washington and Commercial aye
nun, has one ofjthe best conducted laun
dry establUhmcnU in the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarditig houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows: Hotel
and boarding house washing 75 cents per
dozen. For piece work prices are as fol
lows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
shirts and two collars, 25c ; per dozen,
Oc ; socks, 5c ; two collars, 6c ; two
handkerchief, Sc ; veta, 20c ; and all gen
tleman's wear, 80e per dozen; ladies
plain calico dree, $1 23 per dozen
alieo dresses with extra trimming's, &0c;
white dreses, $1 2".; ladies underwear,
line or coure, $ 1 per dozen. ll-2s-lf
Alter only seventeen years of business
the Equitable Life Assurance company
has assets of over $30,000,000, being
greater than any ot the forty-one com
panies excepting two. one of which Is
twenty-nine, the other thirty -two years
In busl.iess. The eah income of the
Equitable was iy.nTlsO In 1375, being
greater than all but one o( the forty-one
companies, and that one thirty-one years
in business. import of Maacftusttt
aatmiBUtrator'e Jtollre nt t'iual Het
llrnryi. To the heirs and creditor f Aaron C.
Atherton, defeated, and all other in
Take notice, that I shall, ut the Hceciu
!er terra, A. D 1870, of the county
court of Alexander county, apply for a
full and Anal discharge from all further
liability as administrator ol the e state ot
said deceased. Elijah Dickek.son,
Ceo. Fisher, Att'y ) Administrator.
Cairo, Nov. 21, 1S7G. d&w-lw
J. lioorK Nleliibouwe.
n Eighth stm t, two doors from Alex
ander County Bunk, Is the place to git a
fashionable Lair cut or a smooth nhave
or anything else In the barber line. La
il'cs' and children." hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their home.
For a smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing chain poo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planter' barber
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment la the only one in the city, and is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for t he convenience of customer. tt
A lull line of Rodger's best silver plated
goods, castors, tea and table spoons,
knives and forks; also a complete assort
merit of the best brands of table and
pocket cutlery at bottom price. 22-tf
Have Your Money.
If you want cheap castors and Codgers'
silver plated spoons, go to Hartman's
new queensware store. He is selling
them twenty-five percent hv than you
can buy them at auction. tt
Sold at the very lowest market prices at
the rectifying house of Morclock &
Schultz, 70 Ohio levee, under the ex
press ollice. Nov29-ltn
Hag-' Mao.voiu Baim preserves
and restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan aud sallowness ; makes the
skin solt, white and delicate. Its appli.
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon's Kathaikon makes beautiful,
gloy, luxuriant hair; prevents its fall
ing out or turniug gray. It has stood
the test of 40 years. Is charmingly per
rutted and has to rtrtl
atm or autemtimk.
LfAll bills fur aavertUiaf, art da and pay
able ut advaicb -
Traaaieat aererlltlaf will be Inserted at ta
raw of II W per square for U flrst Inaertloa
and 50 oeaU for each iuhseqaatit OBI A liberal
discount will bt made oastaaiu( anddlspl
For iBtertiBf reaeral Botlre t 0 Notice of
meeting of societies tt secret orders to outl for
Chsrch, Socirtr, festival aact Sapper notices
Will only be Inserted as advertisements
Ko advertisement will be received at leee than
to oenU, and no alTertieement wilt be Inserted
fur lett than three dollars per month
I.OCAI. Bl'SIHLM MOTHF
Of one square (3 lines space) or more, lp
sertcd in the Bci.lktis as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ CO
Two Insertions per square- 75
Three Insertions py square.. 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time.
ASCALOX LODGE, KO. 61.
KnifthU ol Pythias, meet ev7 l-H-dajr
nitrht at hnlj-pafit scran, in OU't-
reitoas' IlaJI. liowt,
AI.KXAMkIl IHKiK. NO. 9H.
IrxlnieniUTit Orlr of Odd-Fel-
VjH 0 lows, nm-ti nerj l borxur nifcbt
.-T(7r' at lutlf-paat eren, In I heir hall on
tnmrrcUJ arenue, tn-tween biitb and Serentb
rr-n A. Usvomb, N U
TUUO KNCAMI'MKNT, I O. O. F., twtt
vm tM.t-"r)low 1UII on the nretand third
1 ulay lu ftrrj mouth, at balf-paet eeTcn
A. CoMiyite. C P
A CAIRO I.ODGK. NO. 237.A.F. A A. M.
ii'il'l n-ulnr eomniunicatione in Ma
eT euir Hall, orott Coumieri'ial avenue
' 'eri'l Kiirhtb etnrt. on the eecond and
'oorth Mondkr of each montti.
SATUItDAY, DKCEMBKH 2. 1WC,
luteal Weatker Kfort.
Caluo. lrc I.
J AM ItH WATSON,
SVraeeut. Sicnal Snrloe. V. 8. A.
Bill Heads and Monthly Statement, pink
and yellow, at the Bci.lktin office, tf
ltlaea lloaao for Kent.
Tho brick .building corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason
able Wins. Apply to B. F. Blake, tf
for Bale Ibeagi.
larire (No. 27) Lone Star wood
stove, r.nuuire at Gas offlce.
2W II. T, ClKOVLH.
Xailve Catawba Wine.
The finest Native Catawba wljie ever
brought to Cairo at one dollar per gallon
at F. M. Stockflcth's. 2K-3t
Ladies old Wau-n.
For sale, a ladies Elgin hunting case
gold watch ; retail price $75 00, will be
sold lor $55 ; 00 has never been ued.
Jfpply to E. A. Burnett.
liver Tea Set.
Oue Hogers, Smith & Co.'s sliver tea
set. Triple plate, 6 pieces, entirely new,
retail price $C0 00, can be bought for
$43 00. Apply toE. A. Burnett.
f or Kale or l.eae -fhe Arllastea
This well known and popular hotel is
now onered for sale or lease, on easy
terms. For particulars inquire on the
remise. Thos, B. Ellis,
Houielblasr Everybody Waale.
A lamp chimney that w ill not break.
Vou will find them at Hartman's new
queeusware store. He has tun largest
and best assortment ol fine flint chimneys.
w hich he Is selling at the same price of
common chimneys. Try them. He de-
ties competition. 2:i-tt
We w ill pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for the Buli.ktiv
by any ol the employes, unless the pur-
base Is made on a written order signed
by thepresidcut or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo BAlktix Co.
To TUf ( Itlxeue of Cairo and Slur-
Having removed my queeusware store
to my old stand, corner of Sixth street
and Commercial avenue, 1 am prepared
to sell everything in the crockery and
glassware line at prices never before of
icred in Cairo ; intending to devote my
entire attention to the crockery business,
have purchased ths largest and finest
assortment ever brought to this market,
and it is now ready for Inspection, (live
us a rail before you purchase fle w here.
tf. Dan IIartman.
lrl r (be aeaaoa raul Maaquo-
The Delta Dancing Club, composed of
a score of the young men ol this city,
will re-organize lor the season on Tues
day evening, December 5lh, 1870, by giv
ing a grand masquerade ball ct Schecl'a
hall. Tickets, $1.00 each.' Tickets can
be procured of any ot the committee, or
of Phil Saup, Paul Sehuh or M. J. Mc-
Jauley, Svlvestkr Cook,
Chas. A. Sait,
21-2w Committee of Arrangements.
Mr. F. M. Ktocktleth has Just received
lrom Europe one of the finest stocks of
wines ever brought to this city. All of
these wines are imported straight from
the old country by Mr. Stock fleth, and
parties desirous of purchasing for bar or
any other purposes will do well to call
upon him betoie buying elsewhere.
Among the latest brands received are
Rhine wines la cases, Oppenheliner,
Goldberg, Hockheimer Domdechony,
Nlerstlmer, P?idcgheimer, Assraouns
houser, and native Catawba. All these
re on sale la any quantity at the very
owast figures. U-2S-3t
Jtsaa la Brief.
city atl has but
The chane-gsng Is not out these cold
Thanksgiving day was generally
observed In thla city. '
The cold snap U upon us. Indica
tion are that It will not last long, how
ever. Read notico ol porter, ah, etc., for
salo at R. Smyth A Co.'s No. W) Ohio
Ice an inch thick was found aloug the
KentBciy bank of the Ohio yesterday
The cry ol lire raised on Thanksgiv,
lng night was gotten up out of nothing,
There is nothfng being done to hold
up the police court end of tlu city at
The St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern railroad is still doing a heavy
Thanksgiving wa a cold day , the cold
est of the season, with the exception of
yesterday, and jcafrday was cold, you
GOLD WATCHES at auction next
Saturday evening at Taber Bros.
Now is the time to have your maga
zine", music, etc, bound. You can
have it done at the Cairo City Bindery at
. Yesterday was the first day of the
month, aud the "everlasting collector,"
with his little batch of bills was to be
teen on every street corner.
Music, periodicals and magaziues of
all kinds, bound in excellent style cud
cheaper than the cheapest at the Cairo
City Bindery, Bulletin building.
The Taylor literary club; has been
dlscusinc a"nlgger show" for some time.
The club will probably give one of their
interesting terformanccs aome timo
during the holidays.
KaUc Putnam, with her excellent
troupe, will visit Cairo, we are told, some
time soon. The Fannie B. Price troupe
will also pay us a visit soon. Miss Price
has been playing lu Memphis tor the past
week to crowded houses.
Miles Parker will set oneot the finest
lunches of the season at his reading room,
on Commercial avenue, this evening,
lie wishes all his friends and acquaint
ances to call and partake of the sood
things w hlch he will offer.
Santa Clause has arrived aud appointed
Dan IIartman his agent for Cairo. He
has left the largest, finest and cheapest
assortment of holiday present) and toys
ever brought to Cairo. Come everybody
and see for yourselves, it is no trouble to
show goods. tf
The work of newly papering, paint
ing and refurnishing the St. Charles has
begun. Mr. Egnew, the pleasant new
proprietor, is overseeing the work, and
proposes making his hotel the attractive
place of the city, aud ot Southern Illi
nois. The flue.t lard to be found In the
market is at Phil Howard's, on Eighth
street, for sale by the bucket, keg or
barrel. Also cut meats of all kinds,
smoked meats, pickled pork and the
celebrated corned beef put up under
Phil's personal supervision. Give him a
Dr. Cummlugs, who Is delivering a
course of lectures at the Atheneum, is
pronounced by all who have heard him
to be a talented and tacinating sptaker.
His lectures are logical and scientific,
amusing and beneficial, and should not
be missed by those who would under
stand the human character and face.
"Our Boys," an organization compos
ed of a number of young men of the upper
part of the city, gave a minstrel perform
ance at Scheel'a hall Thanksgiving night,
which attracted a fair audience. -The en
tertainment is pronounced by competent
judges to have been excellent for ama-
tuers, and was hugely enjoyed by all
A. B. (Jill1 hand and M. D. Ketter.
both ot St. Louis, were registered at the
St. Charles yesterday.
A. A. Rice, a prominent dry goods
merchant of New York, was a guest at
the St. Charles yesterday.
C. E. Wilson of New iork, A.
(Jrouch of New Orleans, B. S. Blue, do,
and .1. D. Church"of Chicago,' were
among the arrivals at Urn St. Charles
John S. Cruiu of Vienna, was in the
city yesterday. Mr. Crum's majority at
the late election for member of the state
board of equalization, was six hundred
Robert Campbell 01 Oweusboro, Ky.,
William Weston, of Cincinnati, and Ed
ward Keeley, of Houston, Texas, were
among the arrivals nt the St. Charles
Miss Kate Thompsou, principal of
the Thirteenth street school, was called
to her home in Sycamore, Illinois, on last
Wednesday, by the dangerous illness ot
Captain Jim Morris, who has spent
the past four weeks In the ludlan Nation
In the interest of the noted lumber deal
ers, Llehke, Schralgg Jb Co., of St. Louis,
returned to Cairo on Wednesday right.
Ttie Holidays iu Cairo.
During the holidays Cairo promise to
be au unusually lively aud attractive
city for both tho colored and white peo
ple. The various church congregations
of both races, we are told, will celebrate
Christmas in a befitting manner. The
Presbyterians, Methodists and Episcopa
lians will decorate and beautify their
houses of worship with flowers, ever
greens, etc., for Christinas services,
and the Sunday schools will enjoy tho
usual holiday festivities. Besides these
attractions, the dancing fraternity are
talking of a grand holiday ball and sup
per, to take place at the St. Charles ho
tel, which is to be made the most nota
ble event ot the kind this season. The
young ladies ol the convent, it is also
aid, wlU give an exhibition which will
be of a very Interesting nature.
Dr. CtMMia' Loetara
Last night on "Love, Courtship and
Marriage' has been pronounced by our
ablest critics as one of the most scholarly,
practical, witty and entertaining leotures
that our city has ever been favored with.
Still we are Informed that there are bet
ter things corning." His lecture to
night on "How to Read Character as the
means of success'' in tbe various trades,
professions and occupations In lile, has
the reputation of being "more brilliant,
eloquent aud beneficial." Those who
fail to hear this popular, practical and
Instructive lecture, will ml.i a great
treat. We hopo that our citizens w ill
avail themselves ot this opportunity to
learn the "way to succeed."
Nat.lv Catawba Wins. ,
The finest Native Catawba wine ever
brought to Cnlro at one dollar pr gallon
at F.M. Stock fletu'i. 2--3t
Jefl Brown has taken ch&rgt of the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Well
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Lampert. Jefl Is a good barber, and so
licits a ahare of patronage. OiveMm a
call and satisfy 3 ourselt. tt
The Plaee to vet
Gulnnesse's Dublin Porter and Bass fc
Co.'s Pale Ale in bottles, and Pittsburgh
Ale in half barrels, also Imported Gin,
Brandy, Port and Sherry Wine, Is at the
wholesale and retail liquor establishment
of R. Smyth & Co, No. CO Ohio Levee.
Hand Cat OST.
A gentleman named Brophy, who, fciuce
the retirement from llalliday's mills of
Mr. Adams, has been acting as head mil
ler for that institution, met with a most
lamentable and painful aecidents yester
day mornlng.whllc working with the ma
chinery In tbe mill, one of bis hands was
caught and torn entirely to piece. Dr.
Parker was called and dressed the unfor
tunate gcntlcmau's wounds.
'alt and festival.
The ladies of St. Patrick's Catholic
church will give a fair and festival in the
store room on Commercial avenue, ad
joining C. Uanny's store, commencing
Tuesday evening, December 5th, and to
continue for three nights. Every pains
will be taken .to make it pleasant and
agreeable for those w ho may favor them
w ith their presence and patronage. The
public generally are invited to attend.
The rollow TBrtM Stole) That fflule.
On Thanksgiving day Sheriff Saup and
Chief of Police Gotsman, arrested a
young man named King, on the charge
ofbelnsr the party who committed the
great crime of stealing a mule while the
owner of the animal was In church list
ening to the word of God. Tbe mule
was tba property ol a gentleman named
Derrlngton, who lives near Paducab.
King, the boy who stole him, also lives
In Paducab. He is but si a teed years ot
age, and will probably be given a hear
ing before Judge Bross to-day. He Is
now confined in tbe city jail.
Mr. Felix Cross, of the commission
firm of Cross & Co., of this city, returned
home from an extended tour through the
South on Thanksgiving day. During his
travels Mr. Cross was frequently in Flor
ida, and spent election day In that state,
ne says before the election all conceded
tbe state to Tilden, and since that long-to-be-retnembered-day,
though much talk
has been sent abroad to the country, and
though the Republicans are making a
desperate effort to rob Mr. Tilden of his
election, still there is but little fears ex
pressed by the Democrats there but that
Uncle Samuel will come out all right in
tbe end. We hope so. Some of our
war-like friends ;may possibly think we
are weakening when w say 'we hope
so," but we assure them we have great
faith that all will come out right.
General Tyler, of Alabama, was in
Cairo on Wednesday evening. He has
been in South Carolina for several weeks
endeavoring to satisfy his mind as to
who Tilden or nayes had honestly
carried that state'. Geu. Tyler U a Re
publican, but be is one of the few really
good Republicans who try to do right
In all things and by all persons. While
in Cairo he was the guest of Capt. W. P.
Ilalllday. Ju a conversation with several
prominent gentlemen as to the situation
in South Carolina, Gen. Tyler was asked
w hether it was not Lis belief that Gov.
Chamberlain was a terribly abused and
ill-treated man, to which he replied. "I
am sorry to say 1 do not, I have known
Chamberlain ever since he was a boy,
and never knew anything good of him. '
Gen. Tyler is a man ot respectability
and character, seventy-eight years of
age, aud cannot afl'ord to lie.
kuerlir ftaup Assueaeo Mis Dalies.
Sheriff Saun will assume the duties of
his office on next Monday morning. Mr.
Dick Fitzgerald who for the past five or
six years has filled the position ot county
jailer to the satisfaction of everybody, re
tired yesterday, and Mr. Daniel Mc
Carthy stepped into his shoes and will
hereafter look after the duties of that po
sition. Mr. McCarthy was for a longtime
city Jailer, understands what the require
ments of the placo are, and we havo 110
doubt will make a good jailer. We again
Interrogated our friend Peter as to who
hU deputies will be, yesterday, but he
assured us in his usual friendly manner
that he had not' yet made an appoint
ment for tbe office. It is generally un
derstood, however, by men w ho are most
likely to know, that Mr. Jack Hodge, of
Unity, will 13 Mr. Saup's right hand
man. Jack Is a clever, whole-souled fel
low ou of the boys from the ground
up, and we believe will make a good offi
At WINTER & STEWART'S,
111 Commercial Avenue,
Saturday Morning, 10 o'clock, December
Beds and Bedding, Books, Clothing,
Furniture, consisting ot Chairs, Sofas,
Kitchen Safes, Tables, Bins, etc. Also a
varUty of Groceries. i-U
It Will a Net at Wiles rasher s Sjoad
los; Booms To-la;al.
This is the niirht of all nlirht. tn
Miles Parker, proprietor of the Reading
iiooni, on (commercial avenue has said
that at nine o'clock he w ill npr ta hi
friends and I he public generally, the
finest lunch ol the season. The eatables
will consist of two roast pigs, turkeys,
salads, vegetables, and In lact, everything
pleasant to the taste ot everybody. A
cordial Invitation Is extended to all to
fttokee, Tho Colored Lecturer.
"The .Marriage Relatione, Origin and
Purposes, Us Duties and Joys." This is
the subject on which Mr. R. W. Stokes,
the colored orator and lecturer, will ad
dress the peoph of Cairo on to-morrow
evening, at the A. M. E. Church. Mr.
Stokes honored the Bulletin with a call
yesterday evening. He I? certainly a
gentleman of culture and education, and
we have no doubt will treat his subject in
a very masterly manner. Besides, our
friend Judge Bird assures us that Mr.
Stokes is an eloquent and fluent speaker,
and delivers a lecture rarely surpassed.
The Stent S.arer.
St. Locis, Nov. 21t, 170.
Mr. Andrew Lohr, Cairo :
I have the honor to iuforui you that,
according to information received lrom
Director-General Graham, of the centen
nial commission in Philadelphia, and alf 0
from the secretury of the Chief Brewers
Association ot tho United States, Rich
ard Katzcntneycr, in New York, that my
lager beer was nwanlod the first prize
medal at the International exhibition at
Philadelphia. I call your nttcution to
this fact, as further prool of the (iiiperior
Uy of my beer, which 1 hall always en
deavor to keep at the highest standard ot
Respectfully, W. .1. Lkmp.
Mr. Andrew Lohr, to whom the above
letter is addressed, has handled Lemp's
beer for more than five years. It is one
of the most excellently flavored aud
healthy beverages of the kind manu
factured, and is immensely popular
throughout the United States among beer
drinkers. Mr. Lohr will continue to act
as agent lor the lamp's beer, and
parties desiring to purchase it can
procure it of hltri either by the bottle,
keg or barrel at the very lowest figures.
Xaiive Catawba Wine.
The finest Native Catawba w ine ever
brought to Cairo at- one dollar per gal
lon at F. M. Stoekfieth's. 2S-3t
The following Is a list of letters re
maining nncalled for lu the post office at
Cairo, Alexander county, State of Illinois,
on Saturday, December, 2, 187G :
Ladles Hustim, Martha ; Brewer, Sa
rah; Crawford, Mrs. J. L. ; Chambers,
Emeline ; Davis, Motile ; Jackson, Laura;
Mamocorn, Mrs. Mary; Morris, Maggie ;
Normav, Mrs. W. G. ; Rose,- Lou ; Steele,
Mrs. John; Steele, Mrs. Annie; Sey
mour, Elizabeth ; We?t, Millie ; Wilcox,
Mrs. Kate ; Weymeyer, Eliza.
Gents Allen, Jacob; Buacbard, Mr. ;
Bobo, Erie ; Baler Perry ; Baker Sylves
ter; Carelozi, Angelo; Caatrell, Dan;
Cavaoaugh, Michl , Cook, Wm. ; Dan
iels, Frank; Eearles, S, G. ; Foster,
Frank ; Harber, George ; Jackson, GeoJ ;
Johnson, Mosts; Koch, Cluu.; Krons
berry, Geo.; Kllpatrlck, James; Kriestcr,
G.; Lasbel, Jacob; Lee, M. J.; McCor
mick & Co.: Minnear, Edgar; Morris, F.;
Martia, B.; McAllister, W. P.; Nlch-
dwltz, Peter; Potter, Marsh; Parter,
Geo.; Pry, Andy; Page, William II.
Reitsma. C; Robinson, Geo.; Renner,
Henry; Rumsy, W. C; Scott, B. J.;
Smith & Bondurant; Strong, Chan.;
Thompson, Richard; White, Joseph;
Woodward, J. J.; Woods, R. F.; Watson,
Thos.; Wag3ouer, T. W. i Co.; Yarbry,
T. J.; Yancy.Buford.
Persons calling for any ot the above
letters will please say advertise.
Geo. W. McKkaio, P. M.
.tame Catawba Ulae.
The finest Native Catawba wine ever
brought to Cairo at one dollar per ration
at F. M. Stocklieth". 2-:t
l our tieuie
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery,
AVCTIOM NEXT SATURDAY.
Roger's celebrated plated spoons
Purchasers make their own prices. If
they do not get these celebrated goods
cheaper than they can be had elsewhere,
the fault is their own. Call around and
examine the goods. -
Cairo, 111., Dec. 1, 1S"C;
Since last Monday, with the exception
of Thanksgiving day, when business was
almost atirt;ly-t4uf tended, ti'ade iu
lu this city has been unusually lively for
the limes. Thursday and to-day have
been the coldest days of the .season, the
thermometer yesterday morning show.
ing twelve degree abort r.ero. On the
Kentucky ohore ol the Oluo river, lee an
Inch iu thickuess was plenty. The river
trade continues fair. -
The Hour market has Ik'cu fairly ac
tive, aud sales have been good. - The
market is well stocked with all choice
and medium grades, but the demaud for
them Is light. The receipts of low
grades continue very light, and all mer
chants coin plain of a scarcity ot theiu.
The demand for low grades U active.
There has been but little hay of uny
klud shipped to this market within th
past week, aud under a fair order trade
the old stock is going slowly, but surely.
The supply however is yet sufficient, the
shipping demand being very light.
Choice bay la principally wnntd hy
. The receipts of corn aho continue to
be very limited , and there Is but llttk
In tbe bands of s1elr. The demaud
for both bulk and sacked corn is active
at priors quoted below. There Is a rood
Cairo Real Estate, Improved and Uiilmproved
rvosiaenco ana .Business Property at
Public or Private Salo.
The undersigned offers for lo the following choice lots of Cairo Property, to-
THE MAGNIFICENT BKSIDEXCE ritOrtRTY
On Commercial avenue, east side, south of Twentieth street, eotaprl.rnf lots, 10. 11.
.,1n'1 in b,ock ,0' m Un. On t 10 and li 1, iituateV an atonal
dwelling;, 1 j room, cloet, bath room, marble mantlet, htlli, corridors, and all tbe
ppurtenances of a firtt-clais modern dwelling. The building hat Juit seen thoroughly
repainted and repaired, and Is in every way tbe equal ol any In tiie city. Ths sur
rounding grounds arc tasteiully laid out, beautified and adorned with choice and val
uable shrubbery and fruit.
1 1A,i0n,ll," ?.rbur'"" property ennMrttng; of lot 6, C, 7, t,9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, ta
biork 2, 4tu addition, situated on tbe eouthwest rorner of Twenty-fourth and Pins
street ; lot ft and tl contain a large one and one-half (1 1-2) story frame dwelllniTl
roomi, (?ood cittern, pump, outhouses, etc. . All ttaetc lots art under good tenets, and
tlie premises in t borough repair.
AIo tbe reidence property situated on the south side of Tenth street, wett of Wal
nut street, being; lote 17 and 1 Mock 70, citr. There 1 on lot IU a line two story
frame dwelling, 7 rooms, cloet, good cistern, outhouses, etc., In thorough repair. A
denirable propeity in al! respect. 6
Alup all that valuable business and residence property situated at the routhwett cor
ner ot Tenth street and Washington avenue, on lots 7 and 8, block 4!, CUv ot Cairo,
and comprint' three (.1) of the best retail stora rooms in the city, and about 13 rood,
larjrc rooms suitable for families or boarders, good citterns, outhouses, etc. All in
good repair. Tills Is one of the best business locations in Cairo.
Alo tbe mspnlticrM tutvlness property situated on the north tide of Tetth street,
wc-t of Commercial avenue, covering lots 37. 8( 39 and 40, in block 23, and centltUnc
of five ,) tine two story brick stores or warehouses, each 20 reet front by 70 feet deep.
As une, roomy, substantial buildings situated in the bus1ues eenUr ot our city, these
are not excelled hi Cairo
Also the mnmmoth one story frame warehouse situtted on lots 33 and M, and 13 and
14. In block 2H, having; a frontage on Tenth treet. west of Commercial avenus of SO
feet, and running- bark 200 feet to Klcventh street. The business location of thie
property is unexcelled, lluildine; sub-ttiilial in every respect, and suitable for the
heaviest and bulkiest merchandise.
AIo Hip following vac mt lots in the same Mock. trontiuR Eleventh street, to-wlt t ft,'
10, 1 1 and 12, dc'iritble tor tenements, rc-idenco or bu-lnc purposes.
I he above described re d etate, which includes tome ot the bent in Cairo, will he
ottered at private ala up to Thursday, Iceembcr th, 1H. On tbat dale the unsold,
remainder will tic disponed ol nt public sale. . -,
To pit-tie dcfiroti ol investing in good paring Cairo properly, ttie above list presents
chances sel lorn ollcred.
Terms ot tale one-foiirtb cash ; balance 1, 2 and " j eats, eotial payments, with 8 per
cent. Interest secured t.y mortiraxe.
."ale to commence tit in o'clock a.m. at south" est corner of Tenth-at. and VTP-hlngton
aonue and continue until completed.
j-or piatf, ueiicriptinus anu an tiiiorniatton
JOHN . HARMA
Or to . . 1 iioKXTo.V. V.6i . N. V,
order demand for oAts .td ;tll kind-sT
There is hut little Mug t-bipicd in, and
thl supply falls far short ot tho inquiry.
Iioth country and city meal arc iu
good demand. No e ,untry meal Is com
ing iu, anil city 'u iu limited supply.
Fiatbouts are making this blanch of the
market good, firnn Is ftt pood '.upply
and quiet. -
Choice butter U in limited .supply,
the demand U good. Common stock, is
plenty and dull. Effs are very scarce
mid in good demaud ut 2'2c.
The demand for poultry has weakened
considerably, owing to heavy receipts of
dressed meau. Chickens are jetting to
ho slow tle. Turkeys are in fool de
mand at from $7.50 to $10 per dozen.
Ducks are being sold at the old price?,
but the demand is limited. Quails are
selling at lrom 80 cents to $1 per dozen.
The weather U very tivoraule for Jthe
handling ot meats, and they tire In good
demand at figures quoted below.
There are very few choice apples in
market. The demand for them is good.
Flatboatinen have beeu buying potatoes
freely for the past week, and the market
has been about ' cleaned out. The de
mand continues good. Onions are In
good supply and quiet. Choice lard is in
jfjOur friends should bear in mind
that the prievs here given are only for
sales from first hands in round lots. Iu
filling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charcro an advance over
Choice grades of Hour are in eood sup
ply and quiet. Low grades are scarce
and in good demand. The sales noted
are as follows : 1,000 bbls. various grades,
city, f 4 253S 00 ; 200 bbls." various
grade s,flG 60 , 400 bbls. various
grades, $40 25; 200 bbls XX, jr. 25;
300 bbls. various grades, $4 2ii(3;6 50.
This market Is fairly active, as to the
order of trade. The shipping demand is
lisrht, owing to the fact that about as big
prices are being paid here as iu New
Orleans. The supply is equal to the
wants. Sales noted were 1 cur choice
mixed, $11 ; 3 cars choice mixed, $11 ; 1
car strictly choice timothy, S13 ; 1 car
prime, $10 GO.
There U a good demand fur both
sacked and bulk corn. There is very
little on the market. We note the sale
of 200 sack white, 4So; .00 sacks white,
47c; 1 car white, m bulK, 42c; 1 ear
white, lu bnlk, 42.1c.
This market Is active. The order
trade Is good. The receipts have been
very light and the supply is limited. We
note tho saleol 325 sacks mixed, 3.y.r i0e ;
1 car mixed, in sacks. &c ; 1 ear white,
Northern, iu wicks, 42; I car Southern
Illinois, in bulk lilc.
There is a good demand for both coun
try and city meal. The supply ol both
kinds is li?ht. Country will sell at $2 20
25. We note the sale ol 4tK) bbW cif v,
This uurkt Is well supplied and quiet.
The only salo noted was that of :W0
Ch'iloc butter i in limited supply utul
good demand. Common stock is not
wanted. Sales reported were 100 lb good
Southern Illinois, 2i.v, 1001b northern.
20c ; liK) lb Southern Illinois, axc;
Kifsjs are very ncarce and in good de
mand. He note tho i-.tle of 100 dozen,
S2t5. All th.1t comes will . bring this
Thii market U weakening. Heavy re
ceipts of dressed meats is the iaue of It.
There Is a fair supply. We note, the salo
of 5 dozen turkey, 7 WsV$!0. They will
bring this price readily. 4 coops old
liens, 3 coops chickens, 2f $2 25,
We note the sale, of 73,000 lh green
shoulders. Cie; 5,000 lbs hams, Sc; 14.000
lbs sldos, 8Jc.
Choice apples are carce and in good
demand. Wenolethe sale of 20, bbls large
red, $J 25. Common apples will not
sell and ure not wanted.
W nolo the salo ot 100 bhit glitz,
The sale of potatoes have beeu numer
ous, aud the old stock is getting light.
The demand Is lair. We note the salo ot
100 bbls. peach blows, !1.0(i$2.a.
rally apply to or sdJrK,
CO.r Heal ltate Ave D I a.
ixtli and Levee street, Cairo, III.
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SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
EVERY STOVE IS
Wherever I'ato or Sol
OCR NIVT SIZI9
Nos. 37, 88, 39, 47. 48 and 49
Are a Marvelous Combination of
NEATNESS, and :
And all (b Etaenlial Points that fo to Slake a
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
Ever Offeree) ta tbs Ssib.
Made Only bjr lbs
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X.. C1J, Ml, sts and CIS N. Mala St..
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JAMES WA1 SUN.
"rfeaat. Siaoal Srric. V S. A.
AKKIVEO.'. i . . .
Sieamrr .lums Fikt I'aducah.
Andy Buum, ieu,pWj.,,
" Thompson Deari, 2, O." 3
t PE1ARTU). w ' ' -Steamer
James Fisk, Paducah.
. . Thompson Pean, Cincinnati.
Aiiuy isauui, Cincinnati.
Captain Omy ot the Iron Mountain, ar
rived lu the tify yesterday. The Iron
Mountain ' wh dun from the Ohio
with three burgo of freight anjl three of
eoakforSt. I.ouis. - -
Tho liclle of Memphis will be here
from .St. LouU, bound for Memphis this
evening. Let everybody tuke notfc.
The Grand Lake and tow will b here,
bound for Xew Orleans, to-morrow.
Business U very quiet about the
The jfovci'iiuicjit gaujre showed li
leet last eveulnjj, the rise In both rivers
bdii 0 inches iu 24 hours.
The Jim Fbk was several hours late.
She hid a fair trip. She will arrive In
time to leave lor Paducah at 9 o'clock.
The Thomp-oit Dean came up from
Memphis yeMerduy uiorulnjf with iirr
whwl-houee covered with lev.
The Andy ttauiu passed up, addlof
about 20 tons affreight.
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and cur. Sent vctjfy fUd, post
paid for c.o cents, by Da. C. Wmrnsm,
iij St. Charles Street, St Louis, M
tUffrtat specialitC Rtrad hiSWfaa.
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