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J. Q. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county laud, t'aiio lots in
ehaiigc lor St. TouU propettv.
A fine residence on corner Ilalbrook
avenue and Twenty-third Mnft. at a bar
gain. Cot tug" mi NiUh ktreet between Wmh.
Hilton avenue and Walnut street.
Honae and lot on Kljrtith Btrec t tietwcen
Walnut ami Cottar, S-I.OriO.
, Twntory house oir Twenty -eighth
trect, tn t ween Poplar and Coiniairr iul
More room lately uci-upicd by Howe
Machine Co., on Homme ri-lul awtine, bo
sween Trntli and Klcvcnth ftrcct.
The Hrt floor of a brick dwelling -or-
wrnl Ni net pent ti aid Poplar lrei ts.
f'ottagc on the north side of Twelfth
street twtween Walnut and l.,eunr.
ItusliieM liou-x! on l-vi! sirer L aliove
Ktght, and In good repair.
I looms in a two story hoiM ou ouv
iiwrt'lal avenue ln-twccn Miith and Tenth
Store, rooui war oonivr ot Twentieth
jm.i1 Poplar trwt ; t.
Tenements 3, 4, & and 1 in Wlntr'a
l'.ow lor 410 per month, and In BN-dff
Cottage on Twenty-firm street between
Sycamore and l'oplar.
J looms in nearly every part ofthe ' ity
... . FOU LKASK OU HA1.K.
f.anda In tract to suit, near Caiio.
A n? ktch, descriptive ol a trip
over the AtoltLnon, Topeka and Santa
1'e railroad, tlw tteautie, scenery nnd
plcaure reaorts of ilc liocky Mountains,
by "Xym Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic ol tlie New Vork H VrM,
Miit free on application, together with
the San Joan OuUr, maps and time ta
blet! ol thhs new -and popular route trom
Kansas City and Atchlnion to l'ueblo,
I kenrer, and all point in Colorado, New
.Mexico, Arizona and the Han Juan Mine.
The fine linen! l'ullman slexiier on the
continent between the Missouri river and
ih i.'ocky Mountains without change,
special round trip tourists' tkkrti Irom
the .Missouri river to I 'enver at $0, good
to ;top off at all point s. Addres,
T. J. AxDr.KMN,c,cn. 1'as. Ag't
It in uow eonoedad that .Mm. Coleman,
Hie lanndre, "o. 12 Fourth ctrret, lie.
tweea VabJngton and Commercial ayc
nuc, haa one of the bet conducted laun
dry witAblishmenU in the city, and huidr
lords of notch and boarding houe will
Ami it la their advantage to call upon
her. iier price are aa follows: Hotel
and. boarding houo washing 75 cents jx-r
dozen. For yoti work price are a fol
low : Single td.it t and collar, IV; two
shirt and two collars, J6c; cr doen.
iOc; sock, fc; two collnr. fc; two
tiandkerrhief. 5c ; Vft, 3yc ; and all ccn
tlcman'f wear, k)c jcr Uocn; Indies
ptnin calico dre, $1 25 p-r dozen
calico drces with evtra trliuuing, Vic;
wldte Urc", 1 lhc. underwear,
fine, or courw, l Tdoz.cn. U--lf
Alter only 'vciitccn years ol tn-inot
I he Kipiitablc Lifr Avurance coropujiy
ha a-ct4 of over :K,fXf,M0, beinj;
greater than any ot the forty-one coin
ftntcs excepting two, otw of which Li
weuiy-iiinc, the other thirty-two year?
in Iunj44. The cash Income of the
KquUahLt wji 'J,.".71,vm'i in 175, bi ing
greater than ail but ouu ol the forty-one
rmitpanicit, and thut one thirty-one jear
in tillsinetja. Jl'"''t ( .V'Uttac.mwtti
A4jaialiritr'a Kaiire mf laal !-
'o tin; IM-Ir and err difnrs of Aaron C.
Albert on, deceased, hiI nil others in
'i'ke notice, tliitt I thull.at the I'tetvm
tier trin, A. l KC, of the conuty
court of Alexamler equity, apply for a
full and tlnal discharge frooi all furllu r
fljtility t Mduiinintrator ot the ceUito ot
ld deceased. hiuiu JUcki-uox,
Fisbtr, Alt'y , Administrator.
iiro, Nov. 2 1, lS'fi. w-l w
S, imn HiihiH.
rm Kighth atrei t, two door trom Alex
ander County IWik, is the plnce to get a
14'hionahle half tut i a Miiooth shave
or anything else lu th Ijferlirr line. I.a
diV nd childreiu liair mt or dressed,
either at the hop or their hojocij,
For a smooth khave, a went nnl f.i.h
ionablc haircut, or relrcphing chanjpoo,
go to Kd. braxtoo.al UifpUiitiTu' barber
l-arlor. Tho Uft of pcrfuiucriei and
huir tonk ul way 'kept on hand. The
ftuth rnoui conuei ted with thi estut)Lh
fOJZl U the only one in the city, aud Is
Mlwa i kept in the neatest order, ready
for thccT)i)venieuce of customer. U
A lull Use ' Kodger'a left ail ver plated
good, caetorM. tea and table spoou,
knivea and forks ; aUo a complete asnort
ment of the best brands of table and
f ocket cutlery at bottom prices. Zl-tt
If you want cheap castors and Hodgers'
fellrer plated poona, go to Hartinitu's
new queeiiswaro ston-. Uf in selling
them twenty-ilTe er cent than you J
can buy turm at auctiou, tl
isold at the very lowest market prkw at
U rectifying house of Moreloek &
hehultz, 70 Ohio levee, under Hie ex
IIaoah'm .Mag.noi.u l aim preserves
iind restore tlte aomplcxion ; remove
mklca, tan and sailowncss ; inaken the
kin aott, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lvon' Kathairok makca tieautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents lu fall
ing out or turning ft IT. It bsvs atnod
tbs) tt of 40 yeart. U channlnflr per
f3me4 tod has no rir.
hates or Ait r.m rti .
VtkW bill ftf tmt'M. are due ! f
iMr l! AbTAMca
Ttantient MtcMMltg will U UiMrtitU l tt
ru of SI (a) per qnm fur tl. fltit ImxrlinB
ao) ao akbI tot tmck ubaent on A tlbaral
tliMwnnt wilt h uJ on tnlnf ml rtlipl
For IncrrtiBR Kunrrnl notice $1 CO Notier at
Uievtlnft Of nt:lrtl or nrrvt iTl-r Vi rrnt for
fharrh, Soclrtf , rfntiTal nt flvptr nnttoa
will only b Inserted m lTrtl.'emcnt
Ko drrrtlsrrornt will be rewlrwl at ! thn
b cauM, nt no qvtrtiminent will hr iner1t
for lrr than thrre ilullar twr month
LOCAL MI AIXt.M SOTHM
i f one juare lines space) or more, In
serted In the Bti.M'.nx a follows : lr
than one uriuaro counted a a 'iuare.)
One Inw rtlon per ""fjuarc $ 50
Tw o Insertions per square.- 75
Three Insertion per 4uarc 1
Six insertions per fquarc 1 75
'4'wo weeks ier square 2 50
One month per Bpiare 3 50
special rates made on larg advertise
ment or for longer time.
VT:.U.ON LOliCK, Nl. M.
Kniirlit of rj thiiu, mwta evrry tri
ly iilBhl t half-j v-u, in OfW
t.lU.wi' ll-UI llowi.
OAl KXAVI)fc.R tJM;, VQ. JtM.
luiUwulrnt Onler of Mrl
low. Hin ts rtrry lturij nljrbt
At bair-t - vra, In tlu-tr )U on
)inurut) nnniH-, sixth and Arrmlb
tr-vi N. A, 1vok, U
t.VlltO KS'CAMFMKirr, I. o. O. r.,
inU.l t-r-H.iw' Hall m the tUot muI Uivd
l mlj in every lumUi, at baif-pat term
A. CoMinbit, C r
A CAIIKH.OIKiE. 0.2t7,A.r. A A. M.
lf1- llol'l rriilar eommunicsiiuiii in Ma
JS4ni' Hall, Bwr dmmTrliil an.-nuc
' sr n, Mirliih atreet, on the ikhxidI and
(.tirth WumUv of web nwulS .
Sl'NDAV, DKCEMBEII 3. 17,
Latewl Weatlier Kevrt.
Wp. 1 Vn, I Weatk
xw ! i .iir
Tfnl, fufnl "rttoe. I. A.
Rill Heads and Monthly KUtemenU. pink
and yellow, at the Ut'Li ki is oflice. 1 1
HmUrM Hnw for Steal.
The hrk'k building corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason
able 'crm. Apply to f. F. Bi.ki . tf
ft'or Stele t heap.
A Urge (No. 27) I.one Star wood
srovc. Knquire at Gas ofliiv.
2 H. T. t;.R.i i.t..
Xnllve Cauwha Wiue.
'I he finest Native Catawh wiiic ever
broucht to Cairo at one dollar jmt gallon
at F. M. Stock lleth'n. -t
SJkdie JS SAAleSi.
For iale, a ladies Kigiu buntinjr cte
gold watch; retail price ?73 00, will be
old lor 55; 00 ha never been used.
Apply to i;. A. Burnett.
Nllter Ten rt-l.
tine Itogers, Smith A Co. silver tf-a
M-t. Triple I'late, C piece, entirely new,
retail irie V fiO, can be bought lor
r t. Apply toF.. A. Burnett.
I tr Hlr r S.eaae -flie Arltanlu
Thl well known and iiopular hotel Is
now ottertil for sale or lease, on easy
term". For particular! inquire on the
premise. J'nos, 15. Kims,
Naiuelblna; r.rerjrbwtly Waula.
A lamp chimney that will not break.
Vou will lind them at Hurtman's new
qiietnvare utore. He has the largest
and lest assortment ot tine flint chimneys.
which he U wiling at the same price of
common chimneys. Try Mum. He de
lles comiM'tition. Jtl
We will uiy no bill.s for goods or nier-
chaudise purchased for the Bi Mills
by any ot the employe, unless the pur
cha i madtj on a written order signed
by the'pre-ldetit or secretary of the toni-
ny. t airo in i.i. nix l.
ro 'She ( lllii'Bt tf (Htro mitl htir
llsyii.g removed my queens-ware rtore
to my old stand, corner M' Sixth street
and Commercial avenue, I am prepared
to sell everything in the crockery and
glassware line at prices never U lore of
fered in Cairo; Intending to devote my
entire attention to the crockery business.
I have purchased th i largest and finest
assortment ever brought to this market,
ami It Is now ready for Inspection. Oive
u a call before you purchase elsewhere.
tf. Jax IIauimav.
Tun Delia Dancing lub, eomposeil of
score ol the young men ol this city,
will re-or;anl7c lor the season on Tues
day evening, Pocenilier 5th, 187(1, by giv
ing a grand masquerade ball nt Scliee!
luilL Tickets, f I.tl0 cueli. Tickets can
lie procured of any ot the committee, or
of I'hil Smip, 1'aul Schuh or -M. .1. Mc
(auley. Svim srLK Cook,
('ha. A. S 1 1,
21-2w Coiiuulttttc of Arrangements.
.Mr. K..M. Wm-ktleth has nst ntvivel
Irom F.urope one of the tlnest stew ks ol
winea ever brought to thisuity. All ol
these wines are imported traight from
the old country by .Mr. Stocktk th, and
parties deeirous of pun-basing for bar or
any other purposes w ill do well to call
upon hint before buying elsewlnre.
Among the latest brands received are
Khine wiues In rases, Oppcnheltner,
Goldberg, llockhcimer liomdechony,
Xieratlmer, iKiJeshelmer, Assmouus
liouser, and uatlve Catawba. All these
re oa sale lu any ijuaullty at the very
owest ttgures. H-SO-ttt
let,- 1 floating in the Mississippi
Peace and quiet reigiie! supreme In
Judge Bird's poliw court yesterday.
There will bo services in nearly all
the churches of the city to-day.
Sheriff Saup will take po3-lon of
hl oflice to-morrow morning.
Parents are beginning to lay In
chrhttnias presents for the little one.
Dressed pork Is celling from country
wagons at Irom 5J to 0 cent per pound.
The good w ork on the banks ot the
Mississippi is still progressing In a man
ner pleasing to everybody.
Tho w eather Is getting too cold lor
steamboats In the North, and Cairo will
noon he the bead of navigation.
I your life worth 25 eeot r If it i do
not neglect a cough or conl. lso Dr.
Bull'it Cough .Syrup at once. 30J
Tlie. roads In every direction are said
to lie In excellent condition better than
at any time during the Sanson.
Anchor line boat d not, lor the
present, go above Cairo. The Mls-i.s
slppl river Is full of floating ice.
Mr, Stokes' lecture, to take place lo
the African M. F.. church tcruorrow,
Sunday, evening, should not be forgotten.
Thfi lenji-ycar party given by the
Jadici ol Mo.'jnd Cityt at Stokes' ball on
Frldiy night, was pay artajr p are
'1 he thermoueler pointed to Ud de
grees above 7fto . yesterday morning.
This was two degrees colder than cither
Thanksgiving pr Friday.
The Delta Dancing club's ruwiur
rade ball takes place at Wheel's ball on
Tuesday night uext. A good time is an
tii'lpated. Xow U ihe tlnw to have your maga
xinen. music, etc.. Iiound. Vou cau
have It done at the Cairo City Bindery at
Munlc, periodical nnd magazinen of
all kinds, bound In excellent style and
cheaiKT than the cheiwvt at the Cairo
City Bindery, Bii.i.i:ti. building.
Itev. .NeUou Ulx Is now holding a
revival at his church, corner Of Walnut
and Fifteenth streets. The members are
active, and the "ptrlt haa commenced to
In time ol peace, prepare for war.
This Is excellent weather lor laying
in your winter supply of coal and wood.
The Cairo City company will attend to
ad your wants in this line.
The Library Association I well
pleased with the result ot lis leap year
calico party. The receipts were some
thing oyer one hundred dollars, w hich
w ill leave quite a neat sum for the library
lund after all expenses have been paid.
Tlie insurance companies, we are
tol l, yesterday morning began refusing
to iiikure steamboat freight, w hich means
that there are strong indications that the
Mississippi river is about to cloio.
A number of tramps have wade
their headquarter at a point near the
intersection of the narrow-gauge railroad
and the cm. rrvee. They have built a
hut ot rails, ornsh, etc., and with a blazing
lire before It manage to sleep very com
fortably. SantaCl.uise Las arrived aud appointed
Dan llarttuan his agent for Cairo, lie
has left the largest, tlnest and cheapest
assortment of holiday presents and toys
ever brought to Cairo. Come everybody
and we for yourselves, It U no trouble to
how goods. tf
The flue-t lard to le found in tlie
market is at Phil Howard's, on Kighth
street, for sale by the bucket, keg or
barrel. Also cut meats of all kindi,
eiuoked meats, pickled pork and the
celebrated corned lieef put up under
Phil's personal supervision. Give him a
The next entertainment that will be
given for the hciient of our public library,
will lie a grand literary and musical
iiw, by the pupils of Mrs. Profi or U.
. Alvord. principal of the high school.
The afliiir will take place, probably, dur
ing the holiday. Mr. Alvord's ability
In the iu4tiagement aud conducting o'
such an entertainment is well known, and
we predict that she will make it a gaand
success in every sense of the word.
A reporter has discovered that the
glass In Imttles u often colored with a
material which critic acid in some wines
aud ales dissolves, and which, mixing
with the contents:, makes n very poison
ous element. To think that poison lurks
in the bottle the empty bottle at that.
No wonder we hear Hie remark made so
often: There's nothing genuine in this
world hut B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap."
OlU'-er Sarge.tnl arrested a young
limn on Kighth street, and started tor
JuJgu Bird's I'llicc with him. The fellow
went along quiet enough until near
Klcvcolli street, when he took it into his
head that he would go no further. Wrap
ping his arms around a post he held fast,
and It was all ihe'oflicer, assisted by a
man called to his uid, could do to force
him to let loose and go along. Arriving
at the court the fellow was lined and giv
en twelve liours in which to leave the
Our friend "Crazy Horse," alias
"Kittle-Antelope with a - Bobbed-Tail,',
or as he Is sometimes called, Col. shawr,
has packed himself up bag and baggage,
shook tiio dust of Cairo from his feet, and
retired from our midst to take up his
future aliode In Mound City, "t'razy
Horsu" will there shine as a bright light
in the legal profession, having connected
himself with that able gentltman, Major
Anderson. Together these gentlemen,
with their great mental powers, their
silvery tongues and great ersonal at
traction, will batter down in any strug
gle the t longest bulwarks of the strong
est lawyers of Pulaski. Though Cairo
has beeii deprived of Shaver, a loss which
we must feel deeply, we congratulate
Mound City that lias offered to him a
Held In which he will have an opjiortu
nlty to display his wonderl'il power.
In Cairo Sharer novt had theghott oi
tbnnoe. Wc always told Shaver that life
was too short lor him to wtc atiy.tlnio
In Cairo. Wc told him this liecsuse we
loved him, ami hope that our friend
Captain Bill Hamilton) will extend tlie
right band of fellowship to .Shiver, and
make his life serene as a mid-summer-night's
dream. We commend blm to the
tcnJcr mercies t-f tlie good icople of our
Services at the Christain' church lo
night at ? p. m. All are invited to at
tend. At the Methodist church, corner of
Kighth and Walnut street, there will be
the usual Sunday services this morning
and evening, conducted by the Key. J.
D. Ollhnm. All lire Invited.
The usu.il frmday services nrc an
nounced to tako place at the Presbyter
ian church, Eighth street between Wash
ington avenue a'id Walnut tree', this
tnorninw and rvcnlng. l!ev. Ben). Y.
The Rev. Charle A. Gilbert will
conduct service a usoal In the the
church of the lledeemer, Fourteenth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, this morning and evening.
A cordial invitation is extended to all to
be present. Hours of tervicc, 11 a.m..
and 7:30 o'clock p.m.
M. X. French ol Chicago, 1 at
Btokes. tlie fsohntd orator who will
lecture In lle African Methodist Kpisco
pal church to-night, la said to bo one of
the mo-t brilliant colored men in the
west. He should be listened to by a
K. It. fcapp ol arthage, JIo.; H. S.
Kiddle of New Vork. were n the H.
. If. II. Kversole and wife of Kognus
port, ld., were among the atrlvahat the
St. ChaHes yesterday,
The young ladies of J.oretlo
Academy give two entertainments at the
Athencum on the luth and 80th of this
month. Much tho and care has been
used iu preparing tor these entertain
menls, and by the time set apart lor
them to take place, nothing will have
been left iindone tJiat will trts-iire their
Th tVaiisa Ims Year Mrl.r.
Although tho eople of Cairo gener
ally were ol the belief that I he calico
Leap Year party, given by the IJbrary
Association at the St. Charles hotel ou
Friday night, would be an amusing aud
very enjoyable affair, yet no one antici
pate half tin genuine pleasure that It
afforded. The aitair was managed en
tirely by the ladies of the association,
and to them should be and Is attributed
mnch praise. About seventy-nvc coup
les were present, embracing both young,
middle aged and old -tcople, all of whom
entered In tlie mrry dance with a will,
and made the occasion ono of life and
gaiety long to be remembered. At 13
o'clock refreshments were served, con
sisting of delicacies of various kinds, af
ter which dancing was again resumed
and ke t up nntll two o'clock. 'The
party proved a decided success, boHi so
dally and financially. The reeeird were
about one huudred dollar, nndArter pay
ing all expeiuca, a neat littler sum will
remain, which gtVs into the library
Xalive mimhA Wine.
The fiuest Native Wtawba winr cer
brought to Cairo at one dollar per gallon
at F. M. Stock fleth's. 'Jtt
Waaleilto Marry, but lldu'l.
On last Wednesday a young man aged
about twenty, accompanied by a girl
probably ncvenleen or eighteen years of
ugc arrived iu this city and took up their
quarter at a house In the vicinity of
Bevcnth aud Cedar street). Thursday
morning' Illinois Central train brought
to town an old gentleman and his two
sons. Immediately on their arrival the
old man applied to ottleers Sargeant and
O'Malley for .their assistance in finding
the young couple above referred to, the
old man stating that the bov
was his son. and having taken
a fancy to the girl, and he (the old man)
having refused to consent to their mar
riage, the "young ones'' had concluded
toelcpe. Search was instituted, and the
parties found In the vicinity above re
ferred to. On Thursday afternoon the
whole party took the Illinois Central
truin for home, and since that time
nothing further has been beard of them.
Before leaving, however, the young tuan
notified his father that he bud made up
his mind to marry the girl, and would
do so sooner or later ; and that he (the
old man) might as well give his couscn
now, as to be toreed to give it after a
while. The parties live in the vicinity of
Makanda. Jackson county.
. ntlte Catawba fllue.
The finest Native Catawba wine errr
brought to Cairo at one dolUr per gallon
at F. M. Stocktleth's. ;-3t
'I' he Earapeaa If .!.
I am prepared to accommodato a lew
more day boarders at my hotel ou Sixth
street, near corner Commercial avenue,
at $ l.io per week, or $1 per month.
t onuecled with the hotel 1 n ftrt-s l.W
restaurant, lor lathes and gcutlcnieuj
w lie re oyster will be served at any honr
-Mhiy or nliiht. Miss. H. Wai k:r.
nvMBrula, Vaioa (auAity.
A man natms't Carter was killed by
one Prouhci, iu Johnson county, nar
the Union county Una, on last Wednes
day evenlug. No particulars concern
ingthe homk'idc have been reeelvcd.
Saturday is election day for four village
trustees. It Is likely the old board will
be re-elected provkled they consent t
serve, ' Njcuo.
Th flaea (a S
GuInnesMj's Dublin porter and Han ct
t o.'s Pale Ale in bottles, and Pittsburgh
Alo lu half barrels, also Imported Glu,
Brandy, Port and hherry Wine, la at ll
wholesale and retail liquor establishment
of H. Smyth & Co, No. on Ohio ve.
I fJIm rtflu, a traveler, went Into rrn
et rettlt's growry store, neafltxcnty
Etghth trct, ou frcsterdsy morning and
luggestod to the proprietor that he
guessed he'd better vacate, as ho had
cotne to take the hottic, whereupon
Mr. PeMit and ,llm engaged In a pugilis
tic cticonnier, which ended In the arrest
of ,1im. lie was taken before Judge
Bros and given a hearing. The charge
against him wa lor disturbing the pence,
and ho suffered financially to the amount
of live dollar and costs, mid was, cnt to
jail, where he will be flight etiquette by
Jailer Pat Mahanny.
John Bradley Is the Correct name of
the joung boy who was arrested by
Shcrit Saup nnd Oiiicf of Police (Joss-
man for stcalin that Kentucky mule.
He was Uken out of jail yesterday morn
ing and given a hearing before Judge
Hros. j he. parties w ho owned the mule
lulled to appear agint Bradley, and
upon returning thirty-seven dollar? and
fifty wilts of the tnnney he had received
for the nnlmul ws discharged. The
conrt thought it wat much Letter to let
Bradley go now than to keep him at tho
expense of the county lor several months
and then let him go. Bradley Uenles em
phatically that h! stole the mule, but
says the mule was given to him t bring
ttie Cairo au sell by parties in !uluuah,
Ilealo Ktates that he can prove that he
was iu PuditCAh the night the mule was
fa(lte Cainnhit ioe-
The finest Native Catawba wine ever
brought to Cairo at one dollar per tfal
Ivu at F. M. stockncthV. 2.t
I'Ue heat l(jrr,
sj, L..rtH,Nor. ui, isr-1.
Mil. Ak'phKW KoiiB, 1 4UtO i
I have the honor (o Inform yon that,
according to information rer Ircd from
Director-General Graham, ol the oenten.
nlal com minion iu JMiiludelphla, and aUo
Irom the secretary ol the t hief Brewers
Association o( tlie Cnitcd States, K'uh
ard Katzenmeyer, iu New Vork, that my
lager beer was awardM the Hrt prie
medal at the International exhibition at
Philadelphia. I call your attention 4o
this fact, as fiirlhcr prool ofthe sup Hor
ityufmy beer, w hich I shftlj always cni
deavor to Weep at tii; highest -tanJ4rd ot
llei-etfully, w. J. Li ve.
Mr. Andrew l.ohr, U whom the above
letter is addressed, ha handled Kemp's
becrfor mure than five years. It Is one
ol the most excellently flavored and
healthy beverages rf the kind t.ianu
factured, and is lnimcnly popular
throughout tho I 'Bitcil State among beer
drinkers. Mr. I.ohr will continue to act
as agent lor the Kemp's beer, .and
parties desiring to purchase it can
procure it ot him either by the bottle,
keg or barrel at the very lowest figure.
Fit'.y i-rnts, at Winter's Gallery.
We have this day sold to Mr, K. c
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc,, of th picture framing dcpaitment
ot the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent lo hhu or left at
this wllcc. We bespeak lor him the lib
erality of parronige that has been be
stowed upon up. His. assort ment of
moulding i complete, prices beyond
competition and he gnareiitees satisfac
tion in all eases.
Cairo. 0:t. 10, lS7t'..
tf t aiko Bi i.lhi.s n,
I'alr and t'emliiHl.
The ladies of St. Patrick's C.itholic
church will give a fair and festival in the
store room ou Commercial avenue, ad
joining C. Hanny's store, commencing
Tuesday evening, December 5th, and to
continue lor three nights. Kvery pains
will be taken to make it pleasant and
agreeable for those Who may favor them
with their presence and patronage. Tho
public generally tue invited fo attend.
Jetl Brown has -taken chtrge of tlie
barber thop on Kighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Kampert. Jell Is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give him a
mil aH atlsfy yourself. It
W Ait lBraurwsT
T. I IV.
f:vaH tl Ir
V IcknUlltr .i
5tW Di lean-.
- t I
W uiuh !iiroi' li71.
i J A SIKH WAI OS,
SKjit, Siuual Mho ' ..,
Stcautt-r James FUk, Padoeah.
' K. M. Norton, tow, Sr. l.oU.
City uf Clif ter, Memphis.
" V. P. Scheiick. Cincinnati.
I'olnrailo, SI. i.ouis.
eibamer attics Fisk, 1'aducah.
" Odorado, Vleksbiirg.
I.'. P. Schenck, New Orlcaiw.
The Jim Fisk had a very fair trip trom
The K. M. Norton camo down from
8t. Louis yesterday with two barae of
common ore for Wheeling, him will not
venture back to St. Koul until Hit river
looks a little more favorable.
The Colorado passed South ou Friday
nkht. Mie added some freight here.
Th" Ug'it Ikuisc tender, Aliiw, will l.i
hie until the .Mississippi .gets Clear , of
Ice, or clear euougu to allow her to go to
St. Louis without danger ol getting
allM-k. .. V.;;-
The City of Chester canta up trot (he
South yesterday morning, ami dichrjd
AUCTION! AUCTION !
Cairo Real Estato, Improved and Unimproved
Residence and Business Property at
Public or Private Salo.
Thc unde rsize d offer, fr p,ffi th, follow In cholea lot, of Cairo Proptrty, lo-
TJJE MAGMKJi.K.NT HKSHKHCC l'ROPEUTT
On ('"uerj1al ay nna, east side, south of Twentieth !reet, romprMBK lots t 10 II
aDdeouipri-.n-lhrec (.1, of Hie best retail Mora rnr,,n In "i Uo T'c ty J, i,tI n
!fc Cf'hl ,,,""lfM'rIerij situated oil tl.a north side of Tetlh tr.,l
"t;vca;;:';'r '-' tjis:;k&V,
AUo the inamfiioth one storj frame warehue itnlel n ltt .Ti arrf in ,in i
i1iAi,i',li'i,ili0W-,,"T'aT,ut ,"t, "", ''isJk. ranlltiir Eleventh street to-wlt
I bo above described rejlestute, which inelutleome of the liest In Cairo UI t.
c.SeH.rilT lm -U 'nVt""nS r,, iMn rrrt-"tr''' b"T-p ,Nt
cVT 2 3 " -I-' P-K w,f. n per
or plat,, deerioihu)- j in Di.rumt1on tennall v pr.lv to t.r (ldips
nn Tt f t. . - JOHN U. HAIiMAN ,V. n., :s R-intH Ajrentu,
Or to TV . Tii,tos. Rs . !i. V. vor. mxiU and U ee airett, t'alr... III.
H.-lhyvilie. III. SllH eopy'.j 10.27.u
uOO bales of cotton lor th Ki.,i. I'suaaln
Vore received orders to lav no bore ux.i
the rlyer gets clear ut ice.
The (;ity of Moksbtirir. Cunt, llnh Iti-
Icy, wa- due. Iat nl'dit. The VicUhurn-
wiil lay up hero with the Chester until
the river N more favorable for naviga
The wharf prcented a very tpilet ap
The weather was clear and cold,
Tho I". P. Schenck passed down with
her guard Hat in tho water. Mm laid at
Paducah forty-eight hour?, wind-bound.
1'hc nrallunt fri'l-'ht and naenxr liHt I
jonu ,. .cuuuer wasouc last evening.
She w ill be at the w harf this moruins'. re
ceiviiig tor Xcw Orlenrr and way points, i
mere is a pronaiiiltty of a big freeze
Uli In the M iisliii'l. nml cr.iiiilw,'irni..ii I
are preparing with nil haste to get their j
hoatJawav Irom St. I.nnl4i..l n.it nrtl.
ice. 1 he Hrpii'jlo'aH ot yesterday sayn : '
Navigation b sodilllcultwith heavy I e !
floating in the river, that steamboat!, and j
-mn ci i mr i ne Tionin wiiu cargoes un
artci rr tne soutn w it n cargoes iin.
-Is .1 ... 1 ... . . I
Ih'liVV mil .lfh,-l' .-ntillfrr hni
above and bound to point.1? above j
thU port h tve quit running r.n j
aeiuitt ot the danger from the heavv t
- - " ' J
ice. gull, it is not ai-eru d that navlga -
tion i snp.-'Uded. Tl.'it event, happily.
navigation from St. I.nui southward U '
one of the events whieli'arn put under ',
the head .ot 'u.v.pj.ti,,,,-. .
sptll has made rates lirni f.otuhward, witli ,
a tendency to advance
At C p.111 wiiid north, and river Ml-
ing last, lho Dclle .Memphis, Grand i
Lake nnd S udd. r hurried oil for tie!
cn.r ... i 1 1. a i .n
South. ' and the L'tali was to
follow la-1 nisht.aud the Leopard this'
morning. J tin IKiuois unes of packets .
are withdrawn for the season. No An- '
chor line boat goes out to-day, but the ;
company will send out boats next week
Simula tlie weatner justllyt
The Uelle ef Shrcycporf, and the Leop
ard and barires wcro booked to leave St. j
i.ouis tor "sew Orleans lat evening
Dealer m Presh Meat
Batween Washington md Cosituercl
"Aveiiuaa, utUoinma Uajiuy'a.
KF.Kl'S (..r shI- Utu U.4 lrf, Turk, Mult m
Vcjtt, Ijiii.Ii, MU.-aKe, A'' ami U cr
r..1 I' mv m i-iiii.ii in .ivwnl.lil. ,,-'
O'CALLAHAN & HALL, !
IRON, TIN !
Slate Hooforo, !
Roofing uud Guttering a Specialty
Slato Roofiing a Specially iu
any part of Southern Illiuoia.
Lightning Rod, Pumps, Stores
Juablng FrePtly Deaa.
Ha aa Ohio I ft.
T S tf.
f rr"'"4 a
I a 1 . - 1
4 tu fuodl 4 H. aut
L4& a v, Cfci-i 1-
(Or if placed la a Una, onr)
16 MILES OF
' aafaak. aaaV OS a'J
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
wwmU Hie 1 tnn IOQ
KVI UV STOVE is
Hssitiliaflj Eficsandsi -
Tli. rovpr V-d or Si.M
O L it NEW SI.KH
Noh. 37, SS, 39, 47, 48 and 49
; iw n nisi M-e.un . urui'sliastwil i
'. ra iirMc
1 '"ONV tNf LNGt,
Tt.t I IMtia, 8Pd
. . U
A" 1 " - Points that go to Matt u(.
Most perfoct Cookng StoyQ
' r oiirei so tlie iniue.
MhiIc i inly ly tne
Excelsior Mr.p.ufacturirtj o.,
Vms. CliatiU, 010 and Cli N. Mala b.,
Kt. l.OMia, Mn,
C. W. HENDERSON,
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'I In. tliousauil. two liundml ami 0iy dullar
..rlli (il'iieHnpuiicr inU.-rtiMii, at iilliHliers'
i Tufi-. y.nni l.ir STiki, an.i a lliri" nifinths nuts
-i-i.iM la imyinvnl fn.iu a'lM'rtiwvrsnt'rffVOn
iliilily iiiiiitfil 11,1, nivlnr name. chart ctr,
, rKiul iluilv "il srn-kly cir. ulult.iii an IikIu1
ao-s ol lvcriii"(r, m pi ir.v lu au? ailitrwa.
Aiilyt4 irll 1. Itowell I'O.,
' A.J.ci'liMi.tf Anuti, lll'urW U.iw, N. V.
I i'J-3iu .
: 'A Arlffn
e u 1 1 I
& usrious Qoid Thing
I ht vourl. tBvrt't, mt i
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irirt I oca litaia. k.l.
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vliilit. uj, iu a .1 1 t .. -tj 1. 1 Una I, rrtuiniiily
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rui.w.ur.K. I ah. uajuitnt; UlU. ltitt.iaia(
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lrt 111, it,. 14 n-l rr bKik .'.iiNiiiiritf uui. h alutt
ink rtualiKU Usui !! auaiVirlul , arali.t.
Dp. D. W. Fmili, Prop., Cia iutaii, 0.
I I.ika MiTlliln alaaHo UOlUSN'a FKVtH
imiAiiiiiiuuiiii ri.-, hn .!.,
l . , . , I ! I
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tti.tr "l.ry afck BCIMi il'l (EalSlllii
AkU IMiratltt bf clawar oeip I r., , a.l nut t
otkwr kaowia. Muaaa a db ul ia. a
lllt Uas aiav . 4.l. 1kl akjhvm:
f kil'lr ;' m u la aatl ,. Ik i.m .itn- ( -aula.
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