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,AIR0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
Not. Any tiunlnma firm ran hav three line.
ricr, in this rarlmnn unlrr appropriate hea-llng
kttherala of SI..VI mt monlUr SUperytar
payable quarterly In advance.
Hardware, Move nnn Tin Ww.
A. II ALLEY Commercial avenue, opposite
TthstreM. Dealer In V IlloW-ware, Woodwure
ol all kinds.
J. ,. MfOAIIKY Hard mil soft IuiiiImt.
Yard, corn" 'lh street and H'ahiiia;ton ivnuin.
LANCASTER A KICK-Dealer In n h,
iliKrtH, blind, tie,.. hard and aoft lumber and
Milnrlc. Yard anil office, tomnierrlitl avenue,
corner 17th nlm'l,
L. HART MAN Dealer In yneensware. Toy.
LaBip anil all kind of Kinry articl"v ( iiinim r-
al avenue, corner nth street.
WILLIAM WINTEK-Slxth atrett bet wmii
Commercial avenim and Washington avenue.
Clothing- stud Merehant Tailoring.
JOHN A NTUIM-Merrhant Tailor and dealer
In Kady Made Clothing. 73 Ohio l,eve .
Real Eatate Agencies).
M. J. HOWLEY-Kal Estate Agent. Buy
and ell rl estate, col lei a renin, pays uet
tor new residents. etc. Commercial a-nue,Le-tvreen
Ninth and '1 entli streets .
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lamia, Cairo lot in
exchange for St. J-ouU projrerty.
A fine residence on corner Halbrook
avenue and Twenty-third street, at a bar
gain. Cottage on Sixth street between Wash
ngton avenue ami Walnut street.
House and lot on Eightlrtrectb 'tween
Walnut and Cedar, $1,650.
Two-tory house on Twenty-eighth
street, between 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 d welling cor
ner ol Nineteenth and Poplar street.
Cottage on the. north fide ol Twelfth
Mreet between Walnut and Cedar. -
Business house on Ix:vee street above
"iflit, and in good repair,
"""itooms in a two Rtory hou.ee on Com
mercial avenue between Ninth and Tenth
Store room near corner ot Twentieth
ki.d Poplar street; $S.
Tenements :i, 4, 5 and 10 in Winter'
Row lor $10 per month, and in lirt- -la
Cottage on twenty-first street between
Sycamore and I'oplar.
Rooms in nearly every part of the ' ity.
FOR LEASE Oil SALE.
Lands In tract to suit, near 'nil.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth, street, be-
a commercial aye-
Evanavillo, IndianapO. "' laun-
nati ana Lrouia villo,
WLiiMNti UlKuKill UY DAYLIOIU
.' w..llt.Ma,.'fiii r.l,iaiAt
- . 1UV CBUlirnRw. ' " "
U.. u. . ..i pie work pikjch are as ioi
low : Single shirt and collar, 1.1c ; two
shirts and two collars, 'ilc ; rcr dor.cn,
vj-; sot:ks, .; two collars, oc ; two
handkerchief, c ; vests, 2)c ; and all gen
lleiuan'a wear, ixic per dozen ; ladies
plain calico dresses, $1 2.1 per dozen
calico dres-es with extra trimmings, 50c;
white dresses, 1 2-1: ladies underwear,
hue or coiir.-e, $1 perdozt-n. 1 l-2-s-lf
The Turner society of alro are prc
tiai ing for a grand ball, to t-ke place on
Christinas night. Monday, Dcceurbcr,
2."th, at Turner Hail. Everybody
fhould attend. Each ticket holder will
be entitled to a prize fruiu the Christmas
J. eorar Melu!iio.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the plaeo to get a
lashionable Lair cut or a smooth shave
or anything eliU! in the burbyr line. La
Hies' and children' hair cut or dieted.
iiher at the nbop or their homes.
Vox a smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
fo to Ed. Draxton, at the planters barber
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
hulr tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in the city, and Is
.1-iys kept in the neatest order, ready
lor the convenience of customers. tt
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for the Bi'i.i.etin
by any ol the employe, unless the pur-
base Is made on a written order signed
by the'president or secretary of the com
pany. CllKO Bl 1.1 KIIV Co.
A w t'ftMdidnlc.
Mr. A. Marx is the only un rt bant In
Cairo who U selling the "Holiday style"
tilll.- hat U'liW.ll tlirrmejfaa nni'Milmr nvrir
offered to the world. Mr. Marx, by his
"conformitor" is eimhie.il to make the
most perfect lit for any head. 5-1 w
.left Brown has taken th'irw oi L
barber shop on Eighth stive!, near Wash
iiitftnu iivKimp. latelv kent bv Daniel
Lampei t. Jell is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Hive hlia a
rail and siitirdy yourselt.
Sold all ue very lowest market prices at
the '-"Wpng house of Morelock &
Sebultz, 70 Ohio levee, under the ex
press olllce. Nov2!Hni
t'tiituy ( Tiui.
On aud aft;r 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. ZiMMt'.R, Ageut.
ecu St soonrms
ASCALON LODUE, NO. bl.
Knights of Pythias, meet every Fri
day mgnt at naii-pasi eevan, in uau
f ellows' Uall. liowi,
ALEXANDER LODGE. NO. K4
lepennnni urwr or Aia-Fel-
meru f irry mnrsiuiy nigat
nasi seven, in ineir nail on
.oinmcrriul avenue, between (sixth anil Seventh
'.rerlt N . A, Davont, N U
1AIRO ENCAMPMENT. I. O. O. r., meets
tin olcl-Ylliwa' Hall on the Drat and third
l iieaday in every month, at balf-past eeven
A. Comihus. C P
CAIRO I.O IX
m Hul l n ul
aonie, Hull, t
' Nnd Mirhlli
CAIRO LOIrUK. NO.tHT.A.r. A A.M.
lar communication in Ma-
corner Commercial avenue
.It'll Hi atnset. on the second and
mirth Monday T each month.
HATF.H OP AtlVKItrtMlllU.
I J-A II hilla for advertianift, are due ao1 pay
klile lit ADVAxrt
Tranilrnt advrrtiling will be Inserted at the
rate of II 00 lr Kiiare for the tint Insertion
and W cent for each iiibdequeut one A UUral
diaconnt will be luade on ataniline; and diapl
For inaerting Funeral notice 1 00 Notice ol
meeting of aocietlerfor aecret ordera Ao oenta for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper noticea
will only be inserted aa aJvertineinenU
No advertisement will be received at lawn than
tvi cenu, and no advertisement will be Iniu iie.l
for less than three dollars per month
l UCAI. IimiNIKM noTitrn
Of one rquare (8 lines space) or more, In
serted In the Iit'LLiiTiN as follows : (lxsa,
than one squire counted as a square.)
(hie Insertion per scjuare $ W)
Two Insertions per square 75
Three insertions per square I 00
Six Insertions per square I 73
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square- 3 BO
Special rates made on larg advertise
ment or lor longer time,
SUNDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1W.
I.ocnl Weather Report.
CaIho, Ilu. , Dec. 1G
t7m. UAHijrT"- WllCD. VL.
7 am. W.Ml 17o; N 12
11 ' JO.Vil i , NW l
p.m. lo.f'Oi I at N 7
3ttr," to.f.i '.. yr. 4
"ergennt. Suinal Hervloe. U.S.A.
The stock of Jewelry of every descrip
tion to be found at Ruder Rrothers, I
simply magnillcent, and they are sellinj
at bottom prices. Their stock cannot b
surpassed. Call and examine. S-tl
Twenty boxes ol Kaston, choice cream;
roll butU r at th New York Store.
The rapidity and certainty with tvhici
Dr. Morris' yrup ol Tar, Wild Cherrr
and Horehound cures diseases of the res
piratory organ? and its reliability as a
remedy for consumption long ago secured
for it a foremost rank amonir medicines
of its cb 'S in fact the recognized
specific lor throat and bronchial disor
der. It promptly checks a cough, no
-jitter of how long standing, and af
haii g!... , , JMBe of tftroi. f u
lng to the aci oi .iao.. , .
iiiavkeslalega tender lor all lebts,
it is a
nblic and private, except, wnep ,
eht in "o' C;....'ia
a "lk .llli". JOC croiijr. 1 rial ei.- iv
cents. Large sizes 50 cents and $1, for
sale bv Barclay Brothers, Cairo; also
agents for I'rof. I'arkcr's l'leasant Vorm
Syrup, which never fails. I'leasant to
take, and requires no physic. lrlce 25
cents. Nov. 21-5w-dAw
Stuart & Gholson.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
At Prices to Suit the
A special offering of Ladies'
and Gent's Ties and Handker
chiefs, being the largest assort
ment ever offered in this city
and at prices that cannot be du
The most complete line of Per
forated Card Board, Mottoes.
Book Marks, Zephyrs. Berlin
Wools, Java Canvass, etc.
Will receive In a few days an
elegant line of Fancy Goods
bought expressly for the Holi
day trade, to which we call es
pecial attention. We offer our
entire line of Dress Goods at
prices to close before Jan. 1st,
WE MEAN BUSINESS,
Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear
at ruinously low prices.
In calling your attention to
our stock of Notions, Fancy
Goods and Small Wares for
the Holiday Trade, we do so
with a great, degree of confl
dencc than ever before, feeling
certain that an examination will
satisfy you that the efforts which
we have put forth to merit your
favors will be appreciated. We
wish also to Impress you with
the fact that it is for your in
terest to inspect our stock and
let us give you prices whether
you decide to make a bill with
us or not.
That we receive now goods
everv week, and that we sell
goods cheaper than any house
In the city. Try us.
STUART & GHOLSON.
Read the notice of house for sale or
rent this morning.
No auction at Bndcr Bros., but goods
old below unction. 4t
One hundred pieces prints Just opened
at O, Ilaythom A Co's 17-Ct.
Freeh Oysters received daily at the
New York Store. 12-17-lOt
The finest lot of gold necklaces and
lockets can be bad at E. & W. Butler's,
and the prices suitable to the times. 4t
Gloves, hosiery, handkerchiefs, knit
goods and notion, Just opened at O.
Ilaythom & Co s 17-Ct.
Toys for the millions at Saup's for
young and old anil small from five cents
to rive dollars. tf
I'robate court w ill convene on Mon
day morning, when the llarman-Recve
contested election case will come up.
Ladies' ties, kid gloves and notions,
cheaper than anywhere else in theclty, at
O. Ilaythom & Go's 17-Ct.
The only place to get the fine gold
headed canes 1m at E. & W. Buder's.
Capt. Wm. Dawson, of New Madrid,
Missouri, was in the city yesterday on
his way home from Jeflerson City.
Several pieces of parlor and kitchen
furniture is ollered at private sale for a
few days at No. 32, TeDth street.
3t. E. A. BCRXETT.
The finest stock of holiday good ever
brought to the market can be seen at
riiil. H. Saup's, who sells them at rock
bottom figures. tf.
XV. N. Johnson, state agent lor the
Underwriters Insurance agency of New
lork, is In the city on business con
nected with the agency.
I Jhave now over four thousand
pounds of choice candies, wholesale and
retail. Dealers can get a bargain by call
line at Saups, Winter's block. tt.
We have tried Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup in our family, and can assert that
It is Uie best remedy for a cough or cold
ever introduced. Price 23 cents.
The cold weather of the last two or
three days has effectually closed naviga
tion hi both the Ohio and Mississippi
rivers. It Is not probable that the Mis
sissippi will open up soon.
The colored Baptists under the lead.
ershipofRev. Nelson Rlx are holding a
series ot festivals in the room lately occu
pied by Parker t Axley In the old
The man known as "Wild Cat.' who
was shot in the row on list Monday
evening, is in a critical condition. He
has lost the use of his limb, It Is feared
permanently, by its becoming paralyzed.
It should not be lorgotten that the
entertainment to be given by the youn?
ladles ot Loretto Academy, takes place
on Monday and Tuesday evenings, 18th
and 10th. The young ladies should be
Merchants can buy iroods ol me at
barely city prices. Bring j our bills and
save drayagc and freight on candies.
Will duplicate any order.
Mr. Frank Rouseiic, formerly of
tlm city, is now a resident of Centerville,
Inliana. II o has tcently purchased a
bnii iu?re5 iu tbA Florida flooring mills
'idm tave m donbtw
" -t 11. iiiaair
maiiv of '
. .,. and energetic young man.
During the progress ol the fire yes
terday morning, Mayor Winter was
struck on the head by a piece ol Calling
timber and received an ugly cut just
over the forehead. Mayor Winter worked
untiringly lrom the beginning to the end
of the lire.
K. M. K. C By orders from our
Royal King, the season ol Moveable
Feast, Mascards aud Festal will be in
augurated on Monday eveuing, Dec.
IStli. Sir Knights will assemble at
conlabulatory at S o'clock, sharp, with
uniforms lor parade. By order
Attest: U.O.T. G. G. M.
Murphy, the man stabbed in the fra
cus at the house on Commercial avenue
near Tenth street, was reported yester
day to be In a dangerous condition. His
wound is even more dangerous than was
at tirst supposed, and his recovery con
sidcred doubttul. The man charged with
the cutting is still in the county jail.
Mrs. Prof. Alvord yesterday received
a telegram lrom Chicago, announcing
the probable fatal illness of her mother.
In consequence of this affliction, In which
Mrs. Alvord has the sympathy of all her
many friends in Cairo, the entertainment
heretolore announced to take place under
the management of Mrs. Alvord for the
benelU of the Library Association, has
been indefinitely postponed.
Two of the parties charged with
complicity in the recent shooting aftray
on Fourth street, were before Judge
Bross yesterday for a hearing. They
were given a stay of execution on con
dition that they would leave town within
twenty-lour hours. They agreed to
"accept the situation," and were dis
charged. Having w ituessed the pupils engaged
iu the Sodality entertainment rehearse
their parts, we take pleasure in inform
ing the public that their rendition was
mote than creditable. Our citizens ap
preciating the efforts of the young ladies
etrabled them to dispose of a large num
ber of tickets, which insures the success
of the entertainments In a pecuniary way.
Don't forget the grand entertulnuieut
at the Methodist church to-morrow
night, by Prof. Lester. He will exhibit
for the beuellt ot the Sunday school a
series ot sterescopio views, entitled "A
Trip Around The World," and scrlptual
scenes of the holy land, and other places
of note. Let all the children and old
folks turn out aud see something both
pleasing and Interesting. Admission;
grown folki, twenty-five cents; children,
fifteen cents. It
Complaints have been made by for
eigners ot the immense cost of living iu
St. Petersburg. Provisions are high,
rent is high, taxes are high, and every
thing seems to ba about as high as It can
go. How much happier are we In this
country, of high wages and cheay, living,
where, as Carlyle says every n''.u has ap
ple sauce with bis roast goose ; aud where
B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap is purchased
by the poorest.
Just received a complete assortment
Ladies' line shoes. O. Hay thorn A. Co.
Don't lorgvt to call at E. A, W. Bu
der's to examine their fine stock of ladies'
set, watches, chains and bracelets. 4t
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 11.
The largest stork of sliver, and sll.
ver plated ware ever brought to Cairo Is
to be found at E. A W. Buder's, corner
Washington and Eighth street. 4t.
Mrs. . Williamson, milllner.Cemmer
cial avenue, opposite Schuh's drug store,
has ust received a new stock of feathers
and dowers, which she has marked down
to the very lowest figures. This Is the
best and cheapest lot of millinery goods
ever ollered to the ladies of Cairo. She
invites an examination of her goods.
The heavy wind of yesterday morn
ing was too much lor the Tilden and
Hendricks pole, and It broke oiFjustafew
feet below the cross-trees, the to. i part
coming down with a crash, striking the
telegraph pole in front ol the City na
tional bank building, tearing down all
the telegraph wires, but doing no other
serious damage. A switch engine on tho
Illinois Central railroad passing at the
time, bad the head-light knocked off, and
two men riding ou the pilot were slightly
A fine gold pen, pencil and tooth
pick can be had at E. &. W. Buder's
for $1,00. 4t-
Gents fine slippers for sale by O.
Haythorn A. Co. 17-Ct
On last Friday night Chief of Police
Gossman and Constable John Cain re
celved a telegram from the chief of
plice at Jackson, Tennessee, requesting
the arrest ot a man uamedW. W. Adams.
The olHcers named went in search of
their man and la the course of an hour
found him at the Planter's house, where
he was arrested. Adams Is charged
with embezzlement, but to what amount
or lrom whom the dispatch did not
state. Adams states that he can clear
up the charge on his return to Jackson.
He Is still held here, awaiting the arrival
of an officer from Jackson.
Gentlemen's fine boots and shoes,
full assortment at O. Haythorn & Go's
Bargains this week at O. Haythorn &
The "hairo Kotillion Club" has eL
fected a permanent organization, and
elected the following officers : Wm. C.
Hughes, president; John S. Alsthorpe,
secretary, and W. A. Drips, treasurer.
It was resolved thut the organization
should be known as the "Kairo Kotillion
Klub," and organization continued
through the winter. Chet Bradley, B.
F. Blake, Jim Phlllis, and Sam. S. Fos
ter were appointed an executive commit
tee. It was also determined that the so
ciety give its first ball on Friday even
ing, December 29th. It is proposed to
give a series of five and perhaps six
dunces during the winter. .
The stock of goods in Dan uaKman's
store, corner ol Sixth street and Com
mercial aveme, Is
Tba-W attata-r Ifr
qaeensware line, Bohet
every description, tabl rrora9a.ni. to s p.m
. .sa for savings depoita only
in abundance at his store, lle.liu a
splendid assortment of French china,
which Is a specialty with
him, and which he is disposing of ut
prices lower than w as ever before offered.
In the way ol toys ot every Imaginable
kind his stock cannot be surpassed.
Parties who cannot find goods of this
class to suit them at Hartman's cannot
find them anywhere. His stock of bar
supplies ot all kinds is complete. Mr,
Hartmanhas also just received a large
stock of mottoes and motto frames, and
plate glass. Ho invites an examination
of his stock, feeling confident of his
ability to satisfy every call that may.be
maile upon turn. Mr. ilartman does a
w holesale as well as retail business ; aud
parties who have lieen In the habit ot
sending their orders for queensware,
glassware, toys, etc., to St. Lemis and
Chicago should bear in mind that Hart
man will duplicate St Louis and Chicago
prices, thus giving dealers the benefit of
freight aud drayagc charges. Dealers
should call upon Ilartman belore send
ing their orders elsewhere.
or tt fire
Origin of lite Sire Value of Ilia
Property Destroyed lue In.
The most disastrous tire that has
visited Cairo in a number of years oc
curred at an early hour on Friday morn
ing. The fire originated on the Becond
floor ol a two-story frame building ad
joiuing the Aaverly house on Commer
cial avenue, and only three doors from
the corner of Sixth street.
WHK.N FIRST DISCO VEXED
The tire had gained but little headway,
and if prompt and energetic steps had
been taken to check it, would not per
haps have reached beyond the room in
which it originated. I he alarm wa s
annmlAri anil IliA A ruh tire pnmiiAiiv. wlina
englue house bwing only a few doorg
distant was promptly on hand, but their
Jiose being frozen, the company was uu.
able to do effective service, while the tire
CONSTANTLY tiKOWLNli LARCEK
And li reading through the whole ol the
upper part ol tie building.
The Rough and Ready company was
next to arrive, aud at ouce went to
work on the fire, aud though they
worked with untiring energy and did all
Iu their power. tho fire bad gained great
headway, and their efforts to stay it were
unavailing. The Hibernian ud Delta
City nre companies were isrouifiuy on
baud, aud worked contliufklly iud faith
When the lire broke out the wind was
M.OWt.NO A r-ERrKCT OALC,
And when the flames once reached the
roof it become evident to all on the
ground that not only the building In
which the fire originated but the entire
block In which It was located was In
Imminent danger of being swept away.
So long as the flames were confined to
the Inside ol tho house there appeared
to lie a well grounded hopo thaUhc loss
would not extend beyond the destruc
tion of (he building In which the fire was
discovered. But this hope was delusive.
THK WIXD COMTIVl'ED TO BLOW ;
And the doors and windows of the house
having been broken open, swept In and
sent the hot and lurid flames seething
and whirling In every direction, and In
five minutes more the roof was one vast
sheet of flame and smoke. Fifteen min
utes later the secoud and third house be
low were on flro ; and the wind which If
anything blew fiercer than ever sent
SI'ARKS AMD BALLS OF HRK
In every direction. Ten minutes more
and the two or three houses still further
down the street were on fire, and then
all hope of saving any of the buildings
in the block was abandoned. The
flames, fanned into furry by the high
winds reached half way across the ave
nue, and for a time it was feared the
houses on the opposite side would also be
reduced to ashes. Finding that their
eflorts to check the progress of the fire
on the east side ol the street, the fire
men turned their efforts to protecting
thoe ou the south side, and
SUCCEEDED IX 8AV1.NU Til EM.
From first to last the wind blew with
terrible lorce, and at one time it seemed
as II all that part ot the city wet ot
Commercial avenue and below Filth
street would be destroyed. Great sparks
were carried two and three blocks dis
tants, falling on the roofs ol the
houses, sheds and barns in their
course. At one time Dr. Wood's barn
near the corner ot Third street and
Washington avenue was on fire but it
was discovered In time and extin
(ruished. (.RACE WtXSOK'S K8TABI.1SUMKNT
Suffered to the extent ol four or five hun
dred dollars by the destruction of a
wooden addition in the rear ol the main
building. In all
SIXTEEN HOUSES W ERE BI KM.D.
Only two having been saved hi the entire
block iu which the tire originated.
The house in which the fire was discov
ered was owned by Cincinnati parties,
and was valued at $1,000. It was not in
sured. The upper portion ot the house
was occupied as sleeping apartments in
connection with the Waverly house ; aud
the lower floor was occupied by Harry
O'Brien's barber shop. Mrs. Gaffuey'a
loss on beds, bedding, carpets, etc., is es
timated at $.")00. Harry O'Brien's loss
The adjoining house was owned by
Mrs. Cochran, and valued at $800, with
n inanranne. it wi occupied by .lennie
Wilson, who loss en lurnlture is psm-
Kratskie, baker, loss, $1,.V)0.
"or $700 Iu the Lycomiug.
P Mnlng house was occupied by
Pett. Zimmerman as a tailor shop
Owner of tie property unknow n. Loss
$000. No insurance.
The two adjoining houses were of small
value and ociuplod by colored people.
Mrs. Mary Amnion, lo-is $00; insur
ance $500 Iu the .mericau Central.
The next houe was known as the
"Muna property," and was not insured.
The house was occupied by a colored wo
man. Less $300. Three small houses,
one occupied by Gut Botto, were also
destroye t. The loss ou all three will not
Wm. McCormick, loss. $1,000 ; insur
ance. $1,200, in the Maulucten of New-
Pat Mockler, lohs, $3.fxXJ; insurance
$1,000, half in the Farmers, Merchants
and Manufacturers of Hamilton, Ohio,
aud hall In the Commercial ol St. Louis.
The last house in the block was owned
by Wm. O'Callahan ; loss, $1,200; in
surance, $500, in the Lycoming.
Messrs. Peters & Oehler had but re
cently purchased the property above re
ferred to, and their loss will be severely
felt by them. Nearly all the parties
burned out are poor persons upon whom
the'losses entailed will work great hard
ship. They deserve the sympathy of all
Bill Heads aud Monthly Statement", pink
and yellow, at the Bulletin ofllce. tf
Buy your dry goods at the cheapest
store New York Store. 12-17-lOt
Hagan's Magnolia Balm preserves
and restores the complexion ; remove
freckles, tan and sallowness ; makes the
skin sott, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
Choice Golden Rio eotlee at the New
York Store tor $1. Full line of sugars
at less prices than can be bought in the
S). K. II. W. F.
Kings & Swing's self rising buck
wheat flour at the New York Store.
Try it. 12-17-lOt.
Iloua For Stale or Ueul.
I offer lor sale or for rent, my dwelling
house on Tenth street, west ol Washing
lng avenue. Tho house is newly papered
and paiuted, and is lu thorough repair.
For terms, etc., apply ou the premises.
Furniture and carpets can be taken with
thn house. 3t K. A. Burnett.
Ileal and t'heapent .
The bestnd cheapest jewelry, watches,
clocks, sliver and plated ware, In the city
is to be found at Buder Brother. They
have no second-hand aui'tloii'goods in
Roctor Gilbert will conduct services
at therchufch ol the Redeemer at the rrg
ulAr hours to-day.
The usual Sunday services In the
Presbyterian church this morning and
evening. Rev. It. Y. ieorge, pastor.
Rev. Gillhani will occupy the pulpit
at tho Method'st church. Services at the
Services at the Christian church to
night at 7't0 p. m. All are invited to at
tend. Mctnre Framing-.
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this ofllce. We bespeak lor him the lib
erality ol patronage that has been be
stowed upon us. His assortment ol
moulding is complete, prices Ireyond
competition and 1p guarentees satisfac
tion In all cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1S7C.
tl Cairo Bulletin Co.
For holiday retail trade
Choice Mince Meat 12 cents per lb.
" New Currents 10 ' "
" Prunes 10 "
" " Figs Id
" " Raisetis 17 " "
New Citron, Fresh Apple Butter, Fresh
Oranges, Choice Apples, Michigan Cider,
New Jellies. Cramberries, Dried Corn,
and a full line ol fresh Canned Good of
all kinds. The above goods in quantities
Will besold lower. C. O. Patif.r JtCo.
Mew York Mtore.
We are Just In receipt of a lull line of
stick, French and American fancy can
dies, toy and Iruit candles fur the holi
days. We also oiler live-pound boxes of
choice mixed candy, for family ue, for
$1.00. To the trade we will job candy
10 per cent, lower than the lowest.
12-17-10t C. O. Patier X Co.
Centennial fWr Hall For Male.
Any one who wishes to go in the saloon
and restaurant busines t has now the op
portunity to buy me out, as it is the best
business house in the city of Cairo, for I
intend to go into some other business
after the first of January.
Ileal in the Market.
John Sproat, corner Twelfth street and
Ohio levee, Is in receipt at all times ol
full xtamlard or medium oysters, retail
ing at 40 cents per can, with a very liberal
discount to jobbers. No slack cans, and
no oysters marked up. Call and see lor
yourself:. For epicures he has the south
ern oysters, which are superior to any
ever brought to this market ; also salt
water fish, red snapper, red fish, sheep
head, etc., always ou hand. 1 w
llollowaj'e Pllla and Ointment.
We stand aghast at the thousands
hourly hurried to a premature grave, vic
tims of having neglected the first sym
toms of disease. Whether the complaint
originates in the body, or be introduced
accidentally through the skin fatal re
sults may be warded ott by a timr
w..w .. . teuicines.
Twenty-flve cents per box or pot.
Co-Parf neraliii !(ole.
Notice is bemby given that the under
signed have this day formed a co-partnership
to carry outue nianutacttirinK business
of mattresses, pillows and bolsters, whole
sale and retail, at No. 100 Commercial ate
cue, between 11 tu and l'2th streets, also up
bolstering, repairing aud varnishing, t ar
pets will be ewed and laid to order. Thu
style of the tirm i Hirki A Casuer.
G. W. HICKS
tl. W. CASNER.
Cairo, III., Dec. ft, 1870. 5-d-liu
Lyon's Kajhaikos makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its (ail
ing out or turning gt ay. It has stood
the test of 40 years. Is cburtniugly per
fumed aud has no rival.
Ike stockholders of ttae City Matioual Bau k
of Cairo are hereby notified that an (lection will
Ire held at tlia banking bouse. Tuesday, January
vtli. Is'., tot feven ilireclors.
Id. A. B. MH'i'OUD, Cashier.
The Original Cheap Store
it 3 A- lit Comuacrelal Avestu,
Has reduced his price to correspond w ith
the present hard times. The public need
not be reminded that my prices have always
been lower than any other bouse, but 1
wish to inform everbody in need ot new aud
fresh goods ia my hoe, that I have made
special reduction in all lines to suit the
times, I Invite all to call and let me di
mo n st rate the fact thut I cu and will sell
Dry Goods, Clolbiui', Hoot and Shoe,
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Liopd. Llat-
and Caps.Trunks and Valises, Furs, t 'luck
Blankets, Shawls, Wrappets, Cloaks, lower
then any house iu the trade. The reasou Is
plain, We buy and sell only for cash
Remember the place.
Dec. 7-tt 143 & 141 Commercial Ave
TO THK LADIES.
F.leyaut Holiday Prraeul houtetkiug
The ladies of Cairo are iuot respectlully
iuvited to cull at the new Variety Bracket
Uouse, Commercial avenue, (Mrs. Swtiu
der'sold stand), opposite Cold-dun A Ro
seuwater's. A full stock of Ladies' patent
Toilet Album; the line-1, hirest and most
complete stock ol Brackets and Frames
ever brought to Cairo, conslstiug ol coraer
brackets, side brackets, vase brackets, clock
shelves, towel and hat racks, slipper and
card receivers ; a new style of paper bold
ers; beautiful motto frames with glaas.
New and beaulilul style of rustic fraiue
with glass and back, at aktoulshiugly low
prices. In fact auy and everything in the
bracket and frame line ol the most beautiful
and elegatt pitterus, and at surprvtngly
low prices. We ask lie ladies to call and
examine our stock for thetu-elves. Agents
wanted. . D-2w
Hotels, Steamboats and
l$e tilotr-plaUd ware for economic
Make only. It can he memUJL and re.
paired if damaged or worn, and if one
piece of a ntt i lost, it can It replaced '
thnt keeping the tett enhre. Farmlie
ihould use, it, and more of them would
do to if they could procure it at prices
u-ilhin reach of the poor. The lent
grade of good mag be procured from
vi at price tatity within the reach of
It can be readily demonstrated that
tilrer-plaled ware t cheaper in tht Img
run than the common earthenware, and
in order to do so, it tl only necessary to
calculate the amount of breakage to
whith the latter would be tubject in tht
course of ten years, which is really
much under the average durability of
platfd ware. With any proper care it
will wear twenty years, and in this com
parinon wr make no note of the beauty
and .desirability of the one above the
other. Think for a moment of taking
your "cuo of tea'' out of an old cracked,
greasy "crockeryicare" teapot, giving a
dUl water flavor to your tea, or an old
decrepit, bent and batte.rtd tin
which has seen one year of service.
Think of your queensware cream itch
er with the spout chipped or broken so
that you cannot pour out the thinnest
kind of Cairo skimmilk without
slopping it ovtr, or of a butter-dish
which must be held level with both
hand, while your neighbor help him.
$' lf It a small cut of butter. Lay
as'de your old style, undesirable and
really expensive crockery, and call on
Tuber Bros, and avail yourself of the
opportunity of procuring . Silver and
ware, at prices such as wit
nnr again be offered in this market.
K. F. linnkern Bitter Wine of Iron
lias never been known to fail in Ui cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of diNUHse, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, void feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, lauguor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enoriiiOiis. appetite with dyspeptic ayiup
toms, hot bands, flashing of the body, dry
ness of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the buck, heaviness ol the eyelids,
frequent black spot flying before the eyes
with temporary autlision and loss of tight,
want ol attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. V. Kunkel's Bitter Wine ot
Irou. It never fails. Thousands are now
etiioyniL' health who have used it. Take
only K. P. Kunkel's.
beware of counterfeits and base Imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation and Uy
to sell it off to their customers, when they
call (or Kunkel's Bitter Wine or Iron,
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only iu $1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
Ull'tllf ! -w- ---- rtiiu luu jio.-
PIW"ClfuR':''Arways look'for the" photo
graph on I he outside, and you will always
be Mire to get the genuine. One dollar pel
hottie, or six for $. Hold by druggists and
ALL WORMS REMOVED A LIVE.
E. V, Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls
to destroy t'in Seat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kuukel, the only auccesxful physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hour
alive, witn nead, and no lee uuui removed,
Common sense teaches that II t ape Worm
he l amoved, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to Dr. Kun
kel. No. iVJ Worth Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your druggist aud asE
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Syrup.
Price, tt.W). Huever laiis., .
Which l Beat.
The following communications explain
Cairo, III., Dec. 13th, 1370.
Editor Cairo Bulletin : Enclosed
I send you letters which, if published,
will doubtless be of some interest to your
readers. They are a correction ol Mr.
J. W. Lemp's'advertlsement la the Bul
letin. No further explanation is neces
sary. Please publish and oblige,
Cincinnati, O. Dec. Cth, 170.
Mctsra. Berg-nsr 1 Kotrel, Philadelphia, Pa. :
Glktlemex : Was any premium
awarded "lor tho best lager?" And it
so, who got it r The enclosed (extract
from the Cairo Bulletin) will speak for
itself. As you will readily see why we
ask, no further comments are necessary.
llAUCK & WlXDbtCII.
Philadelphia, Dec., Tth. lBTC.
Messrs. ilaiick I Wjudiscb, Cincinnati
Gbntlejien: There has been no die
tinction drawn between the premiums
awarded. They are all alike. But tho
exact adjudication of the judges in doter
mini.. the quality you, will find In the
last number ot the German and Ameri
can Brewer's Journal.
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Steamer James Flsk, Paducah.
RIVEU AND WKA I Ili-K.
Ycsterd'iy was a dull day in. river cir
cles. The arrival and departures from
this point weie lew and far between.
The river continues to decllue, aud if the
cold weather holds a few days longer, It
will be lower at this point than for many
The Ohio and MLtehwippi are both
frozen over above this port, and naviga
tion is suspended.