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1AIR0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
BOtO.-ABt tUllM flu" MB bay tart liBOt
mm, U B4 mfoM appropriate hurt lag
etthereteof lil .so per moaihar tn per year
payaaic quarterly ta eavaac.
Btrlwwt. aWav-M U4 Tla War.
. A. HALLE T,
Hard tad toft lumbar. Yard, corner SOth etreet
a vratniagtoa avenue. ,
Dealer ia lath, doors, bllad, ate. , bard and toft
lumber aad shingle. Y ara aad oOine, Co infer
alai avenue, corner 17th etreet.
1-aaWr la Qiieeaawere, Tort, Lamp d all
kind of fancy articles, Commercial avenue,
corner th street.
, , WILLIAM WLSTEB. .
Sixth ttreet between Gotajnerclal avenue anil
I I a M i
J. O. LYNOH'S
deal Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lots in
exchange lor St. Louts property.
A fine residence on corner llalbrook
avenue? and Twenty-third street, at a bar
Cottage on Sixth street between Wash
ngton avenue and Walnut street.
House and lot on Eighth street bet ween
Walnut and Cedar, 1,G50.
, FOR KENT.
Two-story bouse on Twenty-eighth
street, between Poplar and Commercial
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Uachine Co., on Commercial avenue, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh streets.
The first floor of a brick dwelling cor
ner ot Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on the north side of Twelfth
street between Walnut and Cedar.
Business boose on Levee street above
Eight, and In good repair.
Booms In a two story bouse on Com
mercial avenue between Ninth and Tenth
streets.' ' "', :
Store room near corner ot Twentieth
and Poplar street ; $8.
Tenements 3, 4, 5 and 10 in Winter's
Row for $10 per month, and in firrtrclat
Cottage on Twenty-first street between
Sycamore and Poplar.
Rooms in nearly every part of the "ity.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lands in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. IS Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial aye
cues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding bouses wlU
End it to their advantage to call upon
her. Uer prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding bouse washing 75 cents per
dozen. For piece work prices are as fol
lows: Single shirt and collar, ISc; two
.Dirt and two collars, 25c ; per dozen,
80c ; socks, Cc ; two collars, 6c ; two
handkerchief, Cc ; vests, 20c ; and all gen
tleman's wear, 80c per dozen; ladles
plain calico dresses, $1 25 per dozen
calico dresses with extra trimmings, 60c;
white dresses, $1 25 ; ladies underwear,
flat or course, $1 per dozen. ll-2H-lf
The Turner society of Cairo are pre
paring for a grand bail, to tke place on
Christmas night, Monday, December,
25ih, at Turner, Hall. Everybody
should attend. Each ticket bolder will
be entitled to a prize from the Christmas
tree. . 12-0-tf
. . J. a rsf Btatabaaaa.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth sbave
or anything else la the barber line. La
dle' and chUdrens' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
For a smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable hair cut, cr refreshing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters1 barber
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one In the city, and U
always kept In the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tt
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for the Bcllstim
by any ol the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by tbepresldcnt or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Bcilktin Co.
A Haw 4 aad 1 date.
Mr. A. Marx la the only merchant In
Cairo who Is selling the "Holiday style"
silk hat, which surpasses anything ever
.tflAMuf ta IhnvrArM Mr If aw w I.U
"conformitor" ia enabled to maka the.
most perfect fit for any head. 6-1 w
Tba Bark. ., ..
Jell Brown has taken charge of the
ugton avenue, lately kept by Daniel
junpert. Jell la a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage.. Give him a
all and satisfy yourself. tt
Hold at the very lowest market prices at
ha rectifying bouse of Morelock &
BcBultz, 70 Ohio levee, under the ex
press office. Nov2Wm
Haoam's Magnolia Balm preserves
jnd restores the complexion ; removes
reekles, tan and aallowness ; makes the
oft. white and delicate. Its aDDU
itiOB cannot be detected. . .
ILyom's JUT&unoa make beautiful,
sy, luxuriant hair; prmiu it 111-
)j opt trtoniti CT ttood
taat Af'tfS waara atvala'v Aav
eaui and hu ha astral
tmaxm ocaxta '
a aa aa aa.a
ASCAliOB LOtHM, BO. Ui
KnkraM of PyttllM, aaatU Mary Vrl
JaTalaht at half-part terca, ta Odd-
failew' Hall. - Hi
AUXASDIB LODOS, WO. St,
OAIRO IHCAMfMEHT, 1. O. O. r., Saaats
vin Odd-rcUowi' fiaU oa tba Ant aad third
t acaday la avary nwath, at half-paat atvaa
A f'AHtMOi. ill
A CAlBOUtMiK.MO.tS7,A.r. AA.M.
A A lluUl iwuUr communication Ln Ha
TUT Soale Itall, comer Commarctal ayaaaa
' aat BlffnUi atrart, oa tba aaooad aad
VmrtH Momlay of iwh moath .
CfAll kUl tac adrartiaiM. an da aad pay
abla ut ADTAMca , s
TfaMiaat advafUstag Will bs inscrtad at tba
lata ot 11 W f Sqaara for tba flnt iatartloa
and SO eaata for sack ubaaquaat en A Ubaral
diseooat Will kasaada ea staadlaf aad diapl
For Inatrtlag liiatral aotlo St 00 NoUea of
Cbareh, Society, faitlral sod Supper notice
will only ba inaartad as adTtrtUamaDU
Ho adTerUaRaaat Will ba received at leas than
SO cenu, aad ao adTertiaameet will be loaerted
for leas than three dollar par month
A.OCAI. Bcsniaa woticesj
Of one square (S lines space) or more, in
serted In the BcLLtTix as follows : (less
than one fquare counted as a square.)
One insertion per square.. ......$ CO
Two Insertions per square- :.. - 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square......... 2 60
One month per square.. 3 60
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1876,
Caibo. III., Dec. 11 IS7S.
Tla. Baa i rTaa. W ura. VatTj Wsath"
- I -a (m, a mum I wt -'I i a I
Sergeant. SUaal Satvlee. U. S). A.
The stock of Jewelry of eyery descrip
tion to be found at Buder Brothers, Is
simply magnificent, and they are selling
at bottom prices. Their stock cannot be
surpassed. Call and examine, ' 8-tf
, - , .
Stoat aad moapoaS.
The best and cheapest jewelry, watches,
clocks, sliver and plated ware, In the city
is to be found at Buder Brother. They
have no second-hand auctlon'goods in
their store. 8-U
See advertisement of T. J. Kerth,
general Insurance agent. Mr. Kerth
will promptly attend to any business
you may entrust him with in the Insur
ance line. UC-lw
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
The parlor concert, ln connection with
the Presbyterian church, as recently an
nounced, will be held at the residence of
Mr. A. Mackie, on Fifteenth street, on
Tuesday evening next, December 12th.
Admission 25 rent. i!t
(Jantanatal SXr UaU-For Balo.
Any one who wishes to go in the saloon
and restaurant businesi has now the op
portunity to buy me out, as It is the best
business bouse ln the city of Cairo, for I
Intend to go Into some other business
after the first of January.
. Plelaww rraaaia-. - .
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
otthe Bulletin. All orders fur frames
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this otHce. We bespeak tor him the lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon us. His assortment of
moulding is complete, prices beyond
competition and he guarantees satisfac
tion In all cases.
Cairo, Oct. 10, 1876.
tf Cairo Bcllktin Co.
The "Iroa Trail."
A spicy sketch, descriptive of a trip
over the Atchlnson, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains,
by "Nym Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic ot the New York , World,
sent free on application, together with
the San Juan Guide, maps and time ta
bles of this new and popular route from
Kansas City and Atchlnson to Pueblo,
Denver, and all points In Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Mines.
The finest line of Pullman sleepers on the
continent between the Missouri rlyer and
the Rocky Mountains without change.
Special round trip tourists' tickets from
the Missouri river to Denver at $50, good
!a stop oil at all points. Address,
T. J, AMER30N,Qen. Pass. Ag't.,
The rapidity and certainty with which
Dr. Morris' Syrup ol Tar, Wild Cherry
and Horehonnd cures diseases of the res
piratory organs and Its reliability as a
remedy for consumption long ago secured
for It a foremost rank among medicines
of Its class. It ism fact, the recognized
specific for throat and bronchial disor
ders. It promptly checks a cough, no
matter of how, long standing, and af
fords great relief. In' cases of asthma. It
should not be mistaken tor a pallatlon,
since It not only affords Immediate relief
but also removes all traces of the maladr.
It is B specific lor croup. Trial size 10
cents. Large sizes 60 cents and $1, for
sale by Barclay Brothers, Cairo; also
agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worn
ayrup, which never falls. Pleasant to
take, and rsquirtf .no pnysio. .rnoa w
cents. v, . '- : . T aw-air
C- lnaaaaaaant um or yaa-nf
sr aielal aytau. iwtwsta BUtn an Saraota
Van' . A, Daroaa. ft U
' -Judge mrtiroT'Moimd City, t In
The county Jil contain flfteea prls
onertthm black and t waive white.
Jim Biggs has Just ttturne4 from St.
Louis. He reports business virtually at
Bstand-stUl there. (
Toys for the millions at Sanp's for
young and old and small from fir cents
to five dollars. ; v: f f 'tf
The public schools ' will be closed
from Friday evening, December 23d,
over the holidays.
Mr. Stokes, the colored lecturer, has
good to Caledonia, where be. will ex
hibit his "Bible paintings" this evening.
-Deservedly popular. Wo mean Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup, for it never fails,
rhyslcians recommend It. 33
City Jailer Mahanney was out with
the chain-gang yesterday repairing the
sidewalk on Washington avenue near
Music, periodicals and magazines of
all klnd, bound in excellent style and
cheaper than the cheapest at the Cairo
City Bindery, Bulletin building.
The finest stock of holiday goods ever
brought to the market can be teen at
Phil. U. Baup s, who sells them at rock
bottom figures. ' tf.
Winter Sc. Stewart will to-day sell at
auction a variety of goods consisting of
Furniture, Queensware, Glassware, Gro
ceries, Dress Goods, Carpets, etc
Merchants can buy good of me at
barely city prices. Bring your bills and
save drayage and freight on candies.
Will duplicate any order.
tf Phil Saw.
The Delta City Cornet band Is
making arrangements for a ball to take
place at Kluge 'a hall on New Year's
night. The management are determined
to make It a grand affair.
I have now over four thousand
pounds of choice candles, wholesale and
retail. Dealers can get a bargain by cal
ling at Saups, Winter's block. tt.
Rix, the colored preacher, is a whole
team with an extra ox. He Is now con
ducting a protracted meeting at his
church, corner of Fifteenth and Walnut
street. "Sinners are being brought to
see the error of their way" by the score.
Remember that Mr. F. B. Taylor,
the hatter, will remain lathe city only
a short time. Those having hats to re
pair, will do well to take them in Boon.
He is giving general satisfaction. 2t
By order of the county commission
ers all persons liable to road labor will
tor the ensuing year, be required to work
four Instead of three days as has been the
Remember this Is no blow, but I
mean business: will sell at retail, at
wholesale prices. The exclamation of all
Is, "I think you are selling at such low
prices." . Remember the place, Phil H.
Fred. Douglass, the celebrated col
ored orator, will lecture in Cairo some
time during the month ot January. It
has been settled that he will lecture here,
but the date remains to be made known.
The Harman-Reeve contested elec
tion case will come up ln the probate
court before Judge Bross on next Mon
day. Both parties to the contest are
getting ready tor the fray.
"Cleanliness la near akin togodlLaess;''
so have sung all the great poet and phi
losophers from Plato to Carlyle. A vis
ion of the effects of B. T. Babbitt's Best
Soap instantly arises in the minds of all
that peruse the old motto. '
Ordinance breakers are scarce now-a-days,
and our poilee magistrates are
sad. It Is only at long Intervals that his
honor has the pleasure of singing out,
"five dollars and eostt." Times are bard.
The Paducah man who contracted to
make our new levee higher has repudi
ated his bid ; and now the council will
do the work. Better late than never ;
but it might have been done for less
money a month or two ago.
E. Q. Spellman, New York ; Chaa.
E.Sargent. Memphis; J. W. Sullivan,
Vineennes, Ind.; W. P. Darrell, Detroit;
P. V. Rathburn, East Pemberton, New
l ork ; and A. Bloom, ot St. Louis, were
among the guests registered at the St.
Charles hotel yesterday.
Tim. Coyle, driver of the express
company's team in this city, drives the
finest span ot bays in the city. Tim. has
grown two Inches since he has got to
handling the ribbons over the back ot
this fine team. His only fear, however,
is that the company will conclude to
send them to Memphis or Chicago.
Rain ! Rain I Water ! Water ! is the
cry from every quarter ot the city. One
half the cisterns in the city are dry, and
our people are compelled to buy all the
water they use. A good rain of two or
three days' duration would not beau un
welcome visitor jU3t at this time.
The parlor concert last evening at
the residence of Mr. A. Mackie, on
Fifteenth, between Cedar street and Jef
ferson avenue, was attended by a very
large number of persons, and was a
pleasant and enjoyable occasion, as well
as a great success financially.
How delightful was yesterday It
had all tb deliciousness of aatprlng day
combined with the beauty of our hazy
Autumn time. If we could Indue such
weather to remain with us constantly
we would baye no reason to care for war
or rumors of war.
Mrs. 8. WdlUmoJi,mUllner,Cemmer
cial avenue, opposite Schuh's drug store,
has ust received a new stock of feathers
and flowers, which she has marked down
to the very lowest figures. This Is the
best and cheapest lot of millinery goods
ever offered to the ladies of Cairo. She
Invites an examination of her goods,
12-tX , . . .
The docket In the circuit clerk's of
fice contains fifty chancery, seventy law
and seven criminal coses to be disposed
ol at the next term or the circuit court,
to bo commenced on Monday, the first
day of January Bxt, The number of
cnmioal cases will undoubtedly hlp
creased to perhaps twtBty.
The county's contract vrith the St
Mary's Infirmary for maintenance and
attention on paupers, and with Dr. Wm.
Wood, for medical attention on same,
hiving expired, the county commission
ers, at their meeting last week, declined
to enter Into a new . conlraoC.XlM con
tract with Dr. Woodas overseer, of the
poor farm, aad i, Thorn, f Ai Brown,
keeper of same.was continued for further.
v . .
The young ladles ot the Loretto acade
my are . using every exertion in their
power to make their entertain man tx, to
be given on the evening of the 19th and
20th of this month, sucessful,A We are
assured by those who ought to know!
that tb performances to be presented on
the occasion will be equal, tf not superi
or to any similar entertainments given
during year, - '
The Chester correspondent ot the
St. Louis Republican .says Col. Ben.
Wiley has concluded to contest Mr.
Hartzell's election, and to that end ha
served notice on Mr. If artzell. The cor
respondent further says that "it can be
proven that two hundred illegal votes
were cast In Cairo alone." That a large
number ot Illegal Republican votes were
polled Id this city Is believed to be cer
tain. ....... .
A new dancing 'club, composed of
ten or a doren of the leaders of society in
Cairo, was organized on Monday night.
The organization is known as the "K. K.
K.,M or "Kairo Kotilllon Klub." The
'Klub" will give a scries of live or per
haps six dances during the winter. The
parties are to take place at the St.
Charles hotel ot course, the first one to
come of! on December 29tb. Invita
tions will be issued In due season.
At an election of officers for Alexan
der Lodge No. 224, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, held on hut Thursday
night, the . result was as follows :
Noble Grand, ..Will K. Hawkins; Vice-
Grand, F. D. IZexford ; Recording Secre
tary, John H. Robinson; Permanent
Secretary, J. M. Clark; Treasurer. F.
Bross. We understand the members of
the order will Indulge In one ot their
social gathering soon. .,
There is a disposition on the part of
the county commissioners to "reduce ex
penses," and unlets something occurs to
make them change their minds, they will
do some tall cutting jn the way of reduc
ing me salaries or the county officers.
The commissioners seem to be all ot one
mind on this subject, and when they once
commence look out for .the breakers
for they will do the business up In a
manner that will dampen the ardor of as
pirants for county offices to be filled at
the next county election. Go ln, boys !
Cairo Will be occupied by Republi
can troops within twenty-four hours after
the commencement of hostilities, if the
precise moment at which the war begins
can be ascertained. . What, then, will our
fire-eating Democratic friends do about
it? Will they, in accordance with the
doctrine of state allegiance, go with their
state ; or will they shoulder their mus
kets and fight the state troops? It would
be well to get this matter well settled be
fore the question stares us in the face,
and a bayonet is pointed at us to "hasten
us in Its determination.
We have been compelled to give up
nearly all ot our space during the past
few weeks to the publication of long doc
uments ln relation to the late presiden
tial election. To-day we publish the re
port ot Messrs. Palmer,' Trumbull, and
the other Democrats, who witnessed the
operations of the Louisiana board. The
paper is along one ; but It contains much
Information our iople should have, and
we hope that it will be read with care.
To our Republican readers we particu
larly commend It, and we ask that they
give to it that attention its importance
"Eureka" la the scutiment of count
less sufferers who find the balm of relief,
and the fountain of their health and
strength, in Aycr's Sarsaparilia. It is
the most potent of all the alteratives to
purify the system and eleanse the blood.
It possesses invigorating qualities, so
that it stimulates the faded vitalities and
purges out the corruptions which mingle
with the blood, promoting derangement
and decay. We are assured by many In
telligent physicians that this medicine
cures beyond all others ot Us kind, and
we can fortify this statement by our own
iperience. Athol Man.) White Flag.
The St. Charles hotel billiard hall Is
to be refitted and supplied with the best
and most celebrated billiard tables. Mr.
Egnew, the new proprietor, who, by the
way, is a gentleman from the ground up,
and destined to become one ot the most
popular landlords in the Mississippi val
ley, has ordered two of Brunswick's best
Nonpareil tables, and they are expected
to arrive in a few days, when they will
be put up. The new furniture purchased
for the hotel is being put Into place, and
the house throughout Is assuming a dif
ferent and improved appearance. . We
hope Mr. Egnew may receive patron
age commensurate with his ef
forts to give Cairo a truly first-clast ho-
tel. , ; - .J
"On his head again !" That Is what
the printer said when the local reporter
cursed as he read his "joke" about Dave.
He wrote z u 'I was afraid 1 had them.'
Snakes 1" The printer made him say :
"I was afraid I.had them snakes." Them
snakes I Confound It I that makes the
grammar as bad as the humor of the Item
was Indifferent ; and If we pride ourselt
on anything it is our grammar. We
studied grammar under Joel Morgan, and
we insist that we shall not be outraged
by the bad grammar of tb ungrammatl
cal printer. Them snakes I Nobody has
snakes o! that kind. t';Jjtj
The sidewalk on Ohio levee between
Reed ot Mann's foundry and the comer
of Twelfth street, Is badly ln seed of re
pair, and the proper authorities should
give it their attention at one. The
The planks In many places ar entirely
worn out and the walk Is full of holes
big enough to admit a man's foot awL
,J...lr... . -
leg. Every day the walk Is allowed to
remain in Its present "dilapidated fon'dl
tion the city Is running the risk
of ' being called upon to pay for B
broken foot or limb. It we are not mk
taktn the council several years ago
patted an cfdloaat; an con
struction olthe walk in Huettlonl tut
why it was heref don we hare not been
abtetolBm.i ii I 7 i ' V
, Mayor Winter a making np the Issue
for th next '-municipal contest the low
license Issue. He knows bovr Jo 9o such
things. Noft-tntarferenre ''with v the
glided butterflies elected him In 1870
drew to hla support all the religionists
and turn men ; and he Bhrewdly suspects
tnat the low license cry will now give
falmthe support ot the inorallttov who
believe that low license wlU reduce the
price ot whisky. Whatever may. be the
mayor's motive, we are V with' him
in favor of reducing saloon licenses.
We have too long paid too ' much
for our liqour, and have - been ' re
quired to go too tar for it. We want the
license reduced to a figure so small that
every man may have a saloon next door
to his residence. And, at best, $200 a
year is too big a license. ' Put the license
down to $100, and everybody will give
the conneil applause. 1 The people are
Interested In this subject. They drink
the liquor, and they recognize the fact
that the license Is added to the price of
their drams. They feel the pressure of
hard times and are now ready to raise
the cry of "Give us cheap llquor.yor givo
us death or Til Jon."
On last Wednesday SheVfg Saup ar
rested a young man a stranger In the
city ou suspicion of horse-stealing.
Though at the time the arrest was
made there was no positive proof that the
horse In his possession was stolen, the
fellow was locked up, and In the mean
time the sheriff set to work to find an
owner for the horse. After two or three
days fruitless search, the sheriff conclud
ed to turn the fellow loose and went to
the Jail lor that purpose. Once out ot
jail the young man "unbtuomed himself'
to the sheriff, and told Just how be came
to be in Cairo with the horse. He said
his home was. in Mason county, , this
State ; that the horse was his own prop
erty; that a relative of his held a chattel
mortgage on him, and was about to sell
the horso to satisfy the mortgage. He
concluded to save the horse and let his
friend wait' for the money, and to get out
of the reach otthe officers, had rode the
horse all the way from Argent to Cairo.
He then proposed borrowing money
enough from the sheriff to take him back
to Argenta, leaving the horse with him
as security, and agreeing to refund the
money and claim the horse within a few
days. Sheriff Saup gave him twelve
dollars, with which the young fellow
bought a ticket for Argenta, and left by
the train on the Illinois Central railroad
on Monday night. Whether he will be
as good as his word refund the money
and claim the horse remains to be seen.
Woaderfa!; Blate-Writer In Towa.
Editor Bullbtix In a sitting with
Prot. Pratt, the iudependent slate-writer,
I was permitted to use my own slate,
and, untouched by the medium, held It
myself. I have received messages Inside
a double slate held on top of the table by
the professor and myself. 1 have also
witnessed intelligent messages which
appeared inside a double, tied and sealed
slate. No darkness or concealment Is
required. Investigators will do well to
look Into this phenomenon before the
professor leayes the city. .'
A Carol to the P uttliv. ,
For many years we have made two
medicines suited to the ailments ol a vast
class of sufferers. Thousand ot cures
have been made by them, and, in fact,
the word failure could not be coupled
with them. But within the last two year
counterfeits of our medicines have sprung
up, dangerous ln their close Imitation of
our trade mark. .. To secure the people
we have placed upon each genulue box
of Hollo way's Ointment the Tac
simile ot the signature of our
agent, Mr. Jos. Haydock. To
counterfeit la felony. We shall re
lentlessly pursue any one who Imitates
this with the utmost vigor ot tho law.
We most earnestly beg that the great
mass of the American people will aid us
in our efforts to protect their health, and
help us In our task of bringing these most
unprincipled men to the bar of justice.
Uniformly refuse to purchase medicines
purporting to be ours unless Mr. Jos
Haydock's signature Is attached to each
box ot Pills or pot ot Ointment and the
end will soon be reached.
The public's obedient servants, ,
dw-lc-ly. Hollow at A Co.
('bang ot Time.
On and aft to-day the Texas express
of the St. Louis, Iron . Mountain and
Southern railway will leave Cairo at 2
o'clock p.m., making close connection at
Charleston for Columbus.
12-Ct J. C. ZlMMER, Ageut.
Attractive, BUrb a!a4 tUaatlfal.
What? Why, the goods and prices at
E. & W. Buders', corner of Eight and
Washington. They have just- opened
their new stock of Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Sliver aud Plated Ware, and
nothing to equal it was ever seen. In
Cairo. If you will drop In there you will
confess that it Is so ; and varied and beau
tiful as their stock Is, rich and valuable
as their Jewetry, Watches, etc., are supe
rior In style, make and quality, tbey pro
pose to and WILL SELL ANY AND
EVERYTHING THEY nAVE FIF
TEEN PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN
ANY OTHER? HOUSE JS TOWN.
Remember and profit by It. ' 12-1 w
BUw7'a rtllo aad Olataaaat.
t W stand aghast at the thousands
hourly hurried to a premature grave, vic
tims of having neglected the first syro
toms of disease. , Whetlu r the cocla!
oiigluatet in the body, or 'be introduced
accidentally through the akin fatal re
mits may be warded off by a timely re
course to one or both of these medicines,
Xwenty-BV cenis per iwx or pui,
dAW-lW,, rf4 w
, j trja-prtaaabla Jltlf vj
Nonce Wbereb fa tbtt h vadar-
signtd bave this day formed a co-partner
ship to carry on the manufacturing butlnest
of mattresses, pillows and boltttrs, whole
sale and retail, at No. 190 Commercial avt.
Rut, between 11th and 12th streets, also up
holstering, repairing ind Varnishing. Car
pets win be sewtd and laid to order. The
style of the firm is Ukks C'asuer.
O. W. HICKS
Cairo, III., Deo. 5, 1870. O-J-ttn,
Bill Heads and Monthly Statements, pink
and yellow, at the Bulletin office, tf '
, RIVER MEWS. ........
, . Wab ItarAaraaarr, Hiraa RtroT, 1
Dec i-4. :tf7. i
) STATION. LOW WATta.
' Wt. IN. IT. IN.
Cairo 4 tt e
Pitubnrr 2 4 0 0
Cincinnati y -I g
LoaiTlU S 8 X I
NaahvUle 2 1-1
St. Louu 14 1X1
fcUmpbn ... 6 8 1
Vickbur;...M II M 8
Sew Orlean U 11
, BrloW bIkb water vf 1874.
Sertfant. Signal Sw-Tice, U 8. A.
' i i RIVF.. ,; ' I ; j i
Steamer Jnmes Flsk. Paducah. " ' 1
JohnF. Tollo, New Orbans.
J. D. Parker, Cincinnati.
Steamer .Tames Fink. Paducah.
" J. D. Parker, Memphis.
The John F. Tolle reports the Charles
Morgan was hard aground at Point
Pleasant on Monday, and the James W.
Gaff was lighting her. Ono hundred
yards below the Morgan the entire fleet
of barges of the Dick Fulton was aground,
and one barge sunk. The Tollo reports
only six feet at Point Pleasant.
The J. D. Parker reports five feet to
Evansvllle, the worst place being at
Tread water. The Tarker arrived draw
ing nearly six feet. She got GO to 70
passengers here, most of them from the
ice bound boats in tho Mississippi.
The Idlewlld and Florence Lee left
Paducah yesterday morning for Evans
, The Flsl brought out a fair trip. While
here she sheathed her bow to fight the
ice on her return trip.
At last accounts the Thompson Dean
was laid up iu the canal at Louisville ;
but It was believed the warm weather of
yesterday melted the Ice sufficiently to
let her out.
The Original Cheap Store
143 14 Commercial Avoane,
Has reduced his price to correspond with
the present hard mica. The public need
not be reminded that my prices have always
been lower than any other house, but 1
wlh to inform everbody in need of new and
fresh goods,' In my line; that I have made
special reduction in all lines to suit tha
times. 1 invite all to 'call and let me de
monstrate the fact that I can and will sell
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and ,SUoei,
Ladies' and Gents' Turninlilng Good, Hat
and CapsTrunks and Valises, Fura.Checki
Blanket. Shawls, Wrappeis, Cloaks, .lower
then any house iu the trade. The reason is
plain, We buy and sell only for ,cah.
Remember the place. ' i
SOLOMON PAHEIItA, . i J )
Deo. "-tf 142 & 144 Commercial Ave.
TO TUB LADLES.
Elefaat Holiday Freaeaf Boaiettalag
The ladles of Cairo are most respectiully
invited to call at the new Variety Bracket
House, Commercial avenues (lrt.';.S wan
der' old atand), opposite Goldsiine ft Ito
senwater't. , A fuO stock of Ladies' pateat
Toilet Albums; the finest, largest aad most
complete stock of Bracket tad Frames
ever brought to Cairo, consisting of corner
brackets, side brackets, vase brackets, dock
shelves, towel and hit racks,: slipptlr'aJid
card receivers ; a new style of paper hold
ers; btaatUul motto frames with gltM.
Mew and beautiful style of rustic frame
with glass and back, at astonishingly low
prices. In f act any and everything ln the
bracket and frame lino otthe moat beautiful
and elegant patterns, and at surprhdngly
low price. Wtaaktbt ladies to. call and
examine our stock for themselves. Agent
wanted. " '. I. 0-Sw '
- - "The Holiday Bty le'.J
Gentlemen wishing to purchase new
silk hats, should not fail to call on A,
Marx before buying elsewhere. Mr.
Marx Is taking orders , tor an ' entirely
new stylo' hat, called j the; 'Holiday
Style,' which for... eleganoa and beauty
cannot be surpassed. lw.
K. r. aiaakat'e Butter Wtaa ar Iroa
ha never been known to fall hi the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms ; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervou trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night aweau, cold feet,
weakness, dlmnee of vision, ltngaor, mil.
venal lassitude ot the muacular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptio symp
toms, hot haudi, flashing of tha holy, dry.
neaa of the sktu, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the fact, purifying the blood,
pain in the baek, haaviaea ol the eyelidx,
frequent black spot djing before the eyes
with temporary sumaioa and loss of tight,
want ot attention, etc. That ayinptouj
all arise from a weakneas, and to remedy
that, use K. F. Kunkel't Bitter Wine of
iron. It never fail. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have uaed ft. Take
only K. JT. Kunkel't. ......
Ittwar of oouattrfeMt and base 'imita
tion. At Kunkel't Bitter Wine of Iron is
to well known all over the country, drug
gist thtmnelvet make an imitation and try
to sell it on to their customer, when they
call for Knnkel't Bitter Wine of Iron, - '
Kunkel't Bitter Wine of Iron It put Up
only ln ft bottle, and has a yeBow wrapper
nicely out on the ouuide with tha pro
prietors Photograph on tha wrapper ol
taeh bottle.- Alwarf loot for the photo
graph on iht outaidt, aad you will always
be sure to gtt the geaulut. Ono dollar pm
bottle, or six for tb. Hold by ttninuttand
deatera avervwher. ... .
1 ALL WOBM8 REMOVED AUYK. "..
K. r. Kunkel't Worn Bjirvp mni talk
to destroy rj gaai and Moanth Warn
lr. Kiiaket, tha oay tuatwaalurasletaa
who rataovea Tape Worn In two hours
aliva, with head, tod no fee until removed.
Common tanao War has that U Tsnwmi!
bo removed, all other wraat cm he raadttr
destroyed. Sand tar alreataa a ia. a.JL
koLtfo. t Karth NaaUwraet, K
yhia, ft, ar oaM ca year g ;bn fi ml
lor. atbattta at ESBBatV VorVtyrufc
Met, . ItBevar tail.
.Tae Km! Eminent Llvta Aathort tack
Aathort tach as
111 Rt lH1Ti
rof. has Mallet, frof-7
Ivy, aVAl Vtoatof , BtaaW grower Obk b
upji.n t mmt. rr 1
Jeaa Inaatow. Oaerr MacUoaald. Wm. htai
Anthoay Trelloee, Mattbrw Ara old, Bcary
r rtprettated la tht f of
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. Baukera aad Broker 17 Wall St .. N T
Estate of Peter Dewd, deceaaed. " '. .
1 be undersigned having been appointed ad
ministratrix of th estate of Peter Uowd. late o
th county f Alexander and State of Illinois.
deceaHed hereby give notice that she will ap
pear before the county court of Alexander '
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cember term, on the third Monday la December
twit, at which time all persons having claim
against said estate are notiSed aad requaapat -to
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Hated this 11 day of Kovember, A. 1. , 1S7. .
11-i-ew MBS. B1UUUBT UOWD. Adm'r,v
Estate of John Brown, deceased.
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ministrator of th estate of John Brown, lata of
th coustr of Alexander and State of Illiaoi,
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pear before tat eoaaty court of- Alwamdar
county, at th court bouse in Cairo, at the De
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bcr uext, at which time all person having claim
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atwnd for the purpose of having tba tstma ad
justed. All persons indebted to said estate ara
requested to aiak immediate paymeut to tha on
dersigaed . - ' - - ...,...- k.
Datud this iffth day of OrUber, A. D., 176.
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