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juro business houses.
K n I .- Any business ft rm can (tavr Wire line
rpsce, In this rolumn under appropriate lialinK
kt the rate of l.iw lr moutu or !'J prr jrtar
able quarterly in nilvauce.
J. ). M. C'.AIIKV-llar l and soft lumber.
Yard, i?ornerl?tb street and WstlilDK'on a rime.
LANIAU'EU X KICK-lJealrrs In sash,
doors, l.lin'lt, etc., ImrJ nnd eofl Intnlier and
tilnglra. Yard and oflire, loiumeri'iiil avenue,
corner lTth streer.
U. H A HTM AX f fait r in QiwiKa trn, Toy.
I mpaiiiall kind ol lanry artHlt. I uinnier
t ial a v emie, corner Hit aireet.
WILLIAM W ISTKH Sirtli lml bwwe. n
I ouiim rdulavt-uue and WattiinKton avenue.
I loilmig- nml Mert-lintif "allarluat-
.IOH AMKIM-Merohant Tailor and .l.ul.r
tn Itendy Made Clothing. 71 Ohio U-tee.
lent t:lMle Attende
M. J. HOWLKY-hVal KHtate A k . Huye
and -ells real estate, lolkctn renn, imya lat
i')t nevt residents, elf. l.oinmrrcim au'iiue.l-e-lve
u .Ninth and lenth streets.
U. '- - - . . '
J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
Alfxundwr oouiity Inwls iniro ll in
rxcliiiriyo tor St. LmiU rojiTty.
A lin r(-Kiil:iic' on roriKT lliillirook
uvi-nup and fwcnf v-tliinl f tr rt, :it u liar
yaui. I'ottajreun Sixth trict between ':iti
tijtton avenue ami Walnut street.
House and lot on Ktjfhth drr-H lictwwr
Wulinit und Cedar. $l,B..
Two-story house on Twenty-eighth
street, between l'oiihir and t'ommeretal
Store room lately occupied l.y Howe
Marbino Co., on Commercial avenue. 1.
twu Tenth and Eleventh streets.
Th lir.'t floor of & brick d welliiitf cor
ner o( Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on tlm north eid ot Twelfth
treet lietween Walnut and Cedar.
Business boU'V on Leveo street, above
Eight, and in good repair.
ltooins in a two story bonn- on I'uui
uieri ial avenue Ijctween Ninth and Tenth
Store room near conn r i Twentieth
r.d Poplar street; Jt'.
Tcnt'tucuta 3, 4, 5 and 10 in Wmt- rV
Kow tor ilO per month, and in iirt l:i
Cotta ou Tweuly-firf 1 tr- t between
Sycamore and Poplar.
I'ootn In nearl- every part ol 1 ity.
FOR EEA5E OUSA1.E.
I and" in tracts to suit, near ' t'uo
I Iral-t laae I.auiixlr) .
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleuian,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and f 'ommerrlal aye
iiue, has one of the beat conduc ted laun
dry establishment in t ho city, atid land
lords of hotels and boarding house will
lind if to their advantage to call upon
t:er. Ilcr prlis arc oj follows: Hotel
and boarding house washing 73 cent per
doi-n. For piece work prices are a' fol
low? : Single Miirt nnd collar, 1 ; two
Lirts and two ewllar?, 2."c ; per doen,
60c ; socks, rc; two collar, fie ; two
handkerchief, .rc ; vc-ts, 'JOc ; and all gen
tleman"" wear, sfie per dozen- ladies
plain calico drew-;, $1 2o per dozen
calico dreves with extra triiuruin',?,
white Urcsie, Jl 2"; ladies underwear,
tine or course, jl per dozen. 1 l-QH
Tlie Turner society of alio are pre
paring for a grand bail, to t-ke place on
Christmas night, Monday, liecember,
2Mb, at Currier Hail. Everybody
liould attend. Each ticket holder wiil
I.e entitled to a prli from the Christmas
J. Ueuriie Miiilone.
mi Eighth tre-t, two doors Irom Aiex
bftdrr County Hank, is tin place to get a
usiiiouuble hfiir cut r a -mooth shave
i. r anything el in the barber line. La
ities' and childrcns' hair cut or dre-ed.
either at the vhop or their home.
For a smooth shave, 11 neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing chaiupco,
0 to Ed. Uravton.at the planters' baiber
parlor. The U-st- of perfumeries and
iixir tonics always kept on hand. The
bath noiii connected with this e-tal.lit.h-weut
h tl, only one in the city, and Is
always kept imho neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customer'. tl
We w ill pay no bllU for good or mer
ehiindi.se purchased lor the Br I IK I ix
by any ol the employes, unless the pur-
base, is made ou a written order signed
by the.'pretident or secretary of the com
pany. ( Aiko Hi 1 1 y.i iv Cn.
'I lie llnrber.
Jert Brown has taken chuge ol the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately k,.pt by Jianiel
Eampei t. Jell is a good baiber, aud fo
lii'iu a share of patronage, dive him u
call and satisfy yourself. u
Sold at t no very lowest market pi ice.s nt
the rectify Ing house of Moreloik 1
Schultz, 70 Ohio levee, under the ex
ptfsft otllee. Noviii-liu
HiHtN's Maosoih IUi.m preserve
aud restores the complexion ; removes'
freckle', tJin and sallow ne.ss ; make the
tkln soft, white and delicate. It-, appli
cation cannot be detected.
I.yonV KtTtuihoN makes hcautilnl,
flossy, insuiiaut hair; prevents Its tail
ing out or turning gisy. It has stood
the test of 40 year. Ii charmingly per
fumei and hag no rival.
Kilt cent, at Winter'- Gallery,
ASCALOS LODUK, NO. 61.
vj Knlfriim 01 rytniaa, meeia every m
ir 'A day niglit at half-biml seven, in Udd
MJ Kcllowa' 1UI1. lfowi,
Chancellor Oommandi r.
AUXANDKU I.OUCJE, NO. tU.
Indeuendent Order of Odd-tVU
Iowa, meet every '1 hurwlay ninht
vWir at h(f-iKt aeven. In llicir hall on
HDniiTrll avenue, oetween hixlii an J Sevvntb
trreU S. A, JJavoRt, N U
A1I!0 KNCAMPMKST, I. O. O. F.. nnts
in Odi-Vlluwa' Hall on the flrat and third
I nesitay iu every ruonui, at balf-pal seven
A. Commit". C P
ft CA1KO MlliUK. NO.SIT.A.r. 4 A. M.
fT Hold r-tfnlHr oorunmniiaitiona in M
JJ aonie Hull, purnfT C'omnierc.lBl avenue
I y and LiKhtb atn-et, on the aenoml and
"mirth Mondav nfwh month.
It A TIN OF AI.Vr.RTIstl.Mi.
t J-AII bills for advertlainK, are due and pay
able l!l ADVARCB
Tranaient-dvertiinfr will be inst-rteil at the
rate of II r square fur the firnt inm rtion
aud ' eeuts fur cuch iulWuent one A tibvi al
itnuUiiint will be mu le on mun.ling and '1 Lj J-1
For inertiua; Kuneral hot ice "o Sotit!eol
ii.i-tiuif of siM-lnien or s-fri-l nrd-rti cents lur
rai ti liiHi rtlon
CbMrrh, Society, Festival and Super noti.vs
will only be Inserted as lvertliw-nifUts
No a lvertlsenjent will be received at le than
611 (nU, and no Mverlinenwlit will 1m- in-rl d
for lea.- tlmn tbrce dollar' I-er inonlli
I.IK tl. Ill MIXKK-a MITII .H
Of one (juare H lines space) or more, in
serted in the Uri.1.1: nx as follows : (i.ens
than on tiqiiare counted as a siptare.)
One insertion jkt square $ .V)
Two Insertions per square ""
'I'hreeinset tlons per fiptare 1 (X)
Six itifilions per s'luaie 1 T"
Two weeks per "ipuarc 2 50
One month per square 3 ."0
Special rate made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
TI'ESHAV. 1)E( E.MI'.EU lUwc.
luteal Hrsllirr IteporlA
Cairo, Ilu., lie.- is j-frs.
liAR ; jjl iia.
:ifi.r.T; i B c"
10 I I . '
..: 1 1 i
t ! '.'I
Win. V&L. I NVkath
7 a in.
t i.. in.
J AMI'S WATS(N,
SfWetnt. Siioial Meificw. t'.n.A.
Hotels, Steamboats and
I'iu' (7rr plaird irnrJur e-i,nihi-'
tnkf until. It van If mnnh d nml r -
putri d if i'inl'U':d nl' H Ol li. itud if Oh?
jjiecf at" ii tell m foil, it con It ryov(,
fds k'epiug thr htt intirv. I'a uiHii a
hildd 0r it, (litd lil'ifr uf tlti-.nl irnuld
dj to if titty could procure it nt pricn
uithiit rriifi of the poor. J'hr IfSt
'jraJm of (oods tnay be procuied from
u at pi tees t itily within the nach of
It van tf readily dtiiu-itittrut'.d that
i7. tt -plated care ti cheaper in the long
run than the cummoii earthenicare, and
In Hi der to do s i. it ii Onh ntctefory to
valvala!' th? amount vj brtuhay to
uhiih the Ittitr iivuid b: fulject in the
court'- uf' trn yeart. which is mill'
much und' r the average durability of
ph't d ware. Widt any proper care it
will wear tinnty y-art, und in thil com
parlson we make m note of the beauty
and drxlrability 'of the one above the.
otlfr. Think for a mount ut of taking
your "cup of tea'' out of an old cracked,
qrtasy ''crockery ware'' teapot, giving a
tilth ica't r jlacor to your tea, or an old
decrepit, btnt and battertd tin cute,
which has one yi ar of service.
Think of your qucensware erf a in pitih
t r uith the spout chipped or lroL n so
thai ymi can nut pour out the thimtrtt
kind of Cairo tlliii'iiill!; without
ihipp 'nt it (, in' of t butt' r-tlth
which iu lot be htld It I'll uith both
htnoh, whtlr yt'hr neighbor In Ips hint
a If to a mini I cut o butter. Lay
aside yair old sylft uiohsirablc and
rally t cptnslvr crockery, and call on
Taber I'ros. and avail yourstlf of the
opportunity etf procuring Sllor and
I'lattd waret at pries mtch as wit
neetr afpiiix br uftrcd in this markit.
Sin re - Sieeu v -Nure.
The rapidity and certainty w ith w hit Ii
I r. Morris' Syrup ol Tar. Wild ( berry
and Horehound cures diseases of the res
piratory organs aud its reliability as a
remedy for consumption long ago secured
for it a foremos-t rank among medicines
'of its class. It is in fact the recognized
ppeeilic lor throat and bronchial disor
tiers. It promptly checks a cough, no
matter of how long standing, and af
fords great relief iu cases of asthma. It
liould not be mi.-taken for a pallation,
Mnce it not only n (lords immediate relief
but aNo removes all traces of the malady.
Itia sK-eilie lor croup. Trial Me 10
cents. Eargo elze.s M cents and $1, for
sale by Barclay Brothers, Cairo ; also
agents for Prof. Parker'- l'leaant Worm
Syrup, which never fails. Pleasant to
take, and reipilrefi no physic. Price 'J."i
eenta. Nov. 21-ow-dA w
I 'or holiday retail trade
Choke Mince Meat 12 cents per lb.
New Currents 10
" " Prunes 10 "
" Fig.s lu
j " " Haiseiis 17
j New Citron. Fresh Apple Butter, Fresh
Oranges, Choice Apples, Michigan Cider,
New Jellies. Crambenies, lrird Com,
and a full line of fresh Canned (loods of
all kinds. Tint above goods in ipiantities
will besold lower, C. O. Patikh & Co.
Heat Mutl f'licupeal.
The best and cheapest jewelry, w atches,
docks, silver and plated ware, la the city
Is to be lound at Buder Brother, They
have no second-band auetlon'gooda in
their itort. 8-tl
MlseJMary Masey, of Blue Island,, Is
visiting Miss Fr ankle Ecford in this city. ,
No auction at Btider Bros., but goods
foIJ below auction priced. 4t
M. M. Pool, of Shnw nef town, w as nt
the St. Charles yesterday.
Ono hundred pieces prints just opened
at O. Ilaytliorn A Co's 17-Cf .
Mrs. C. M. Howe is visiting her
brother at Sparta, Illinois.
Fresh Oyster received daily at the
New York Store. li-17-lOt
The officers are g tting ready for cir
cuit court, which convenes one week
from next Monday.
Mrs. Jennie Straughn, of Blandville
Kentucky, is visiting jt the residence of
Maj. Ilinkle, on Tenth Mreet.
The finest, lot of gold necklaces and
lockets can he had at E. &. W. ItuderV,
and the pilccs suitable to the times. -It
Chas. I'apwell, agent lor the Mason
and Hamlin organ company, i in the
city on bn.-inees for histirtn. lie regi-
tereJ at the St. Charles.
P. M. Smith, Southern agent for the
Pittsburg, Fort Vuyn and Chicago rail
road, was in the city yesterday, and put
up at the St. Charles,
Clove, hosiery, handkerchiefs, knit
goods and notions, ju-t opened at O.
Ilaytliorn A Co' 17-Ct.
'Joys, for the millions at Saup' for
young and old and small from live cnts
to five dollars. tf
Norman Eexloid, who has been at.,
tending school nt Englewood, near
i hicagn. for the last six Months, arrived
at home yesterday morning.
Eadies' ties, kid gloves and notions,
cheaer than anywhere ele. in the city, at
o. Haythorn S. Co's 17-Ct.
Tlie only plai to get the tine gold
headed canes is at E. A W. finder's.
Several piece of parlor and kitchen
furniture is oflercd at private sale for a
few days at No. :(', Tenth street.
'.it. E. A. Bck.vmt.
Mrs. I). Axtel h-ft the city yester
day for Eittle Kock, where she will spend
a lew week among her friends and rela
tives. The line A etoi k of holiday coods ever
buought to the market can be seen at
Phil. II. Saup's, w ho fells them at rock
not torn figures. tf.
1 have now over four thousand
pound-of choice candies, wholesale and
retail. Dealers eau get a bargain by cal
lioar at Saups, Winter's block. tl.
Merchants can buy irood-i ol me at
barely city prices. Bring your bills and
save drayage and freight on candies.
Will duplicate any order.
tf Phil .Sack
The ice in'the Ohio and Mississippi
rivers is thick and heavy, and a gorge
in the river between Cairo and Columbus
i not improbable. In the event a gorge
should form there then navigation will
te susjiciided rure enough.
Go to Black's shoe store for great
bargains. During the next sixty days his
entire stock w ill be sold at retail at whole'
sale prices. As-uro yourself of this lact
without dehy. If
For holiday presents there Is nothing
more acceptable to a lady or gentleman
than a tine embroidered slipper, or a fine
pair of bootii or shoes. A large and se
lect variety at A. Black a shoe store, tf
The varity bracket store.Conimereial
avenue, opposite UoldstiueX Bosenwa
tor's store is the place to purchase goods
in the bracket, rustic frame or motto
line. 'all and examine for vourself.
'1 he official bond of John II. Able,
coroner ilcct, was filed in and approved
by the county court yesterday. The se
curities are Chas. Lancaster, P. .1. This
tle wood and H. 11. Candee.
Much inconvenience. i being en
tailed upon our people by the scarcity ol
water in the city. At least two-thirds of
the cisterns in the city are dry, and unless
a good rain comes soon the other third
I!, i.'. Watson, I yei -shurg, Tennes
see; K. (.. Applegate, Sike-ton. Mo.;
C. JL Mason. St. Louis; Lieut Price, 1'.
S. A.; I.em. Wilson aud L. C. Cray,
St. Loul; Ceo. Stewart, Charleston ; H.
II. Webb, Kentucky, were at the Planters
hou-o yt sterday.
'I lie "Iron Trull."
A spicy sketch, descriptive ol a trip
over the Akhin-on, Tnpeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Kocky Mountains,
by N'yui Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic of the New York Wv,U
sent, free on application, together with
the San Juan UuUle, maps and tiinu ta
bles of (his new and popular route from
Kansas City and Atehinson to Pueblo,
Denver, and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Mines,
The finest line of Pullman sleeperii on the
continent between the Missouri river nnd
the Kocky Mountains without-change.
Special round trip tourists' tickets from
the Missouri river to Denver at good
to Hop oil at all points. Address,
T. J. Avni:ic!0,ieri. I'ass. Ag't..
Allntt m, Kieli aud lleaulliul.
What Why, ihn goods and prices at
E. JL W. Buders", corner of Eight and
Washington. They have just opened
their new s.toek of Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, and
nothing to c.pial it was ever seen in
Cairo. If you will drop In there you will
confess that it Is so ; ami varied and beau
tiful as their stock Is rich aud valuable
as their Jewelry, Watches, etc., are supe
rior lu style, make aud quality, f hey pro
pose to and WILL SELL ANY AND
EVEHYTHINO THEY HAVE KIF-
TEEN TEK CENT. CUEAPEK THAN
ANY OTHEK JIOl'SE IX TOWN.
Ketuember and profit by It. 12- w
Just received a complete assortment
Ladles' fine shoes. O. Haythorn A, Co.
Don't lorget to call at E. A W. tin
der's to examine their flue stock of ladies
sets, watches, chains and bracelets. 41
The county commissioners did not
meet yesterday a4 was expected, Messrs.
Summons and Brown, members of the
board having failed to come to time.
Mr. Wilson, chairman, was on hand and
adjourned the board, to inert again at
the call of the chairman.
John White, a white man charged
with stealing a pair of pants Ironi the
store at the corner of Ninth street and
Commercial avenue, on the 25th of No
vember last, plead guilty to the chargn
in the probate eourt, and was sentenced
to ten days Imprisonment in the county
Jail and to pay a tine of twenty-live dol
Keiiicmber this is no blow, but I
mean business: will sen at retail, at
wholesale prices. The exclamation of all
is, ! think you are selling at such low
prices.' Kemetnber the place, Phil II.
The largest stock of silver, and sil.
ver plated ware ever brought to Cairo Is
to Ik found at E. A. W. Iltider's, comer
Washington and Eighth street. 4t.
Mrs. S. Williamson. nullincr.Cemnier-
cial avenue, opposite Schuli's drug store,
has just received a new stock of feathers
ana (lowers, which she has marked down
to the very lowest ligures. This is the
best aud cheapest lot of millinery goods
ever offered to the ladies of Cairo. She
invites an examination of her good'.
A line gold pen. pencil or tooth
pick can be had at E. A W. Butler's
for $1,00. 4t.
Cents tine slippers fr suie by O.
Haythorn A Co. 17-;t
Gentlemen's tine boots and shoes,
full assortment at O. Haythorn A. Co's
Bargains this week at O. Haythorn &
fireen Phelps, colored, was before
Justice Comings yesterday charged with
jumping on a moving train-on the Illi
nois Central railroad. He was lined one
dollar and costs aud sent up lor three
day s. Andy Cain made the arrest."
Cairo commission men are iu a
quandery. The rivers are frozen up and
a large number of the boats that frequent
this port are caught in the ice. This ren
ders tonage scarce, and goods awaiting
shipment are accumulating. They will
have to patronize the railroad.
Judge J. II. Mulkey, who was at
Shawneetown three or lour week en
gaged in an important murder ease, has
returned to the city. The judge got his
man oft with four years in the penitenti
ary, although the evidence against him
wa? conclusive that the murder was per
petrated without just provocation.
At no time withi.i the past year has
there been so many tramp3 in the city as
at present. As a rule they are a tough
looking lot of fellows, and will bear
watching. They mut live, and it they
cannot get food and clothing honestly,
they w ill do the other thing steal.
Prominent among the arrivals at the
St. Charles yesterday w ere. W. Weston,
Cincinnati ; C. W. Weltori, Detroit ; J.
C. Gibson, Chicago ; E. Hofheimer, Lou
isville ; J. M. Krout, Cincinnati ; K. M.
Hobsou. Chicago ; Chas. Church, Cincin
nati, and J. II. Bugg, Paducah.
A word to the wise. If you are
troubled with a cough or cold, procure a
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Its
use may save you from severe sickness.
Your druggist keeps it. Price 25 cents.
'Ihe Memphis Avalanche of Friday
last says : "Mr. J. M. Craig, of Colum
bia, Chicot county, Ark., died last Mon
day at the Washington hotel, Vieksburg.
He was iu the employ of Ilalliday Bros.,
of Cairo, at the time of hla death. A
wile and three children mourn his de-
-A tramp, in attempting to board the
afternoon passenger train yesterday at
Wetaug, fell between the cars and had
one of his leg? so badly crushed as to
render amputation necessary. Dr. Ward
ner of this city was wut for and weut to
Wetaug by the evening freight. The
name of the tramp could not be learned.
The entertainment by the young la
dies of the Loretto academy at the Athe-
neum 'Jast evening, was attended by a
large and appreciative audience. The ex
ercises were excellent and highly enter-
talulng to the audience. The perform
ance will be repeated to-night tor the last
tiuie, w hen it i.s hoped there w ill he a full
house. Let all who can attend.
A young man from Michigan, writ
ing up his first ball, described one of the
belles of the evening as a "graceful and
bewitching little toad," probably because
he. saw her at a "hop." The analogy
may not be as clear as some things, the
excellence of P.. T. Babbitt's Best Soap,
for instance, which nobody now-a-days
thinks of questioning.
The proceeds realized from the
young ladies entertainment is fo be expen
led in the purchase of books essential to
the completion of their library under the
management of the Sisters of Loretto.
This is an assurance that the works pe
rused are from tho best selections of liu
erature The SodallsU are to be com
mended for the method adopted in re
punishing (heir library, atlbrdlngour cit
izen amusement thereby recompensing
Iheni for their benevolence. it.
Col. I. B. Hudson yesterday morn,
ing received a letter from a southern
frieiil, who gives the feeling of the
southern people on the political situation.
Th Koutheru people are not for war ;
they have had enough ol that, und if war
should bo the result of the present com.
plications, they propose lo let the north
have it all its own way. The writer ol
the letter says there are but three south
ern states w hlch can bo effected by Iluyr,
becoming president. They are Louisi
ana, Florida and South Carolina. The
other southern states can stand 'Hayes,
Grantor the devil, if the home govern
ment is only all right."
The llarman-Ueeve contested elcc-j
tion rase came up tn the probate court t
before Judge Bross yesterday. Messrs,
Mulkey and Linegar appeared for Mr.
Ilarman. Jackson Frlck, lsq ol
Jonesboro, counsel for Mr. Keeye, was
not In attendance. Mr. Reeve presented
a written application lor a change of
venue to the circuit court, basing the ap
plication on tho assumption that the
judge of the county court was preju
diced against him. Judge Mulkey and
Mr. Linegar argued against granting the
dinnge of venue, and produced mi
merous authorities showing that the
county court alone has jurisdiction to
try the contest. Judge Bros over
ruled the application. The case was
then continued i.ntil this morning in
order to give Mr. Keeve an opportunity
to tel"graph Mr. Frlck, who will arrive
this morning. What the next move will
be Is not know n. The case w ill le called
at ten o'clock.
The members of Miss Anna Pitcher's
music class will srive a concert at the
residence of Dr. Dunning, corner of
Ninth and Walnut streets on next
Thursday evening. The friends and ac.
qtiaintances of Miss Pitcher aud the
members of the class are Invited to be
present. The following programme of
exercises will be observed :
Piano solo l eaciier
1. Piano duet Winty DunniLg
and Alice Ilalliday.
2. Song, chorus Keua Bell Sadie
:t. Piano solo Winty Dunning.
4. Piano solo Sadie Wheeler.
5. Piano duet Amanda Fields and
C. Piano solo Nellie Beecher.
7. Song Down in a Coal Mine.
8. Duet Minnie Smith and
9. Piano solo Winty Dunning.
10. Song Loving Face that Won Me
11. Duct Alice Ilalliday and
12. Piano solo Amanda Fields.
El. Song ( limbing the Golden Stairs.
14. Piano solo Nina Jorgenson.
The stock of goods in Dan llartniah'
store, corner of Sixth street and Com!
mercial avenue, Is simply enormous.
There is nothing in the glassware anil
queensware line, Bohemian goods of
every description, table or pocket cutlery,
lamps, toys, etc., (hat cannot be found
in abundance at his store. He lias a
splendid assortment, of French china,
whieh is a specialty with
him. and which he is disposing ol at
prices lower than was everbefore offered.
In the way ol toys of every imaginable
kind his stock cannot be surpassed.
Parties w ho cannot find goods of this
class to suit them at. Hartman'.s cannot
find them anywhere. His stock of bar
supplies ol all kinds is complete. Mr.
Hartman has alo Just received a large
stock of mottoes and motto frames, and
plate glass. He Invites an examination
of his stock, feeling confident of his
ability to satisfy every call that may.be
made upon him. Mr. Hartman does a
wholesale as well as retail business ; and
parties who have been lu the habit ot
sending their orders for queensware,
glassware, toys, etc., to St. Louis and
Chicago should bear in mind that Hart
man will duplicate St. Louis and Chicago
prices, thus giving dealers the benefit of
freight and drayage charges. Dealers
should call upon Hartman before rend.
Ing their orders elsewhere.
Probate court. Judge F. Bross, presid
ing, convened yesterday morning. The
followine proeecdines were had :
Estate of Reuben Vaughn, deceased ;
appraisement bill approved and ordered
recorded. One thousand and ninety dol
lars was allowed as the widows specific
award, to be ol second clas claim. In
the same estate, inventory approved and
In the matter of the guardianship of
Henry E. Thompson, minor heir of Win.
Thompson, deceased. Emlie Thompson,
guardian. Report approved and ordered
recorded, lu this case, the mother being
the guardian of the child, and having
charge ol all the money and property be
longing to the child, she liuidc no charge
lor schooling, clothing, or expense of
any kind, as the law gives the right to do
in Hticli cases.
Iu the matter ol the guardianship ot
Jefferson Hunsaeker, minor heir of Sam
uel Hunsacker, deceased. John P. Ilely,
county treasurer, tiled the receipt ol L.
W. Nimo, guardian, appointed by the
probate eourt of L'nion county, lor
$47C 02, less his commissions. The guar
dian having filed a copy of letters ol
guardianship and bond, it was ordered
that the receipt be approved and (he
county treasurer credited with the same
on the register kept tor that class of de
posits. 'ourt adjourned.
Feler Jiaiuenniiu Out ol lit Ashes.
Mr. Peter Zimmerman, cleaner, reno
vator and repairer of clothing, was
burned out in the big tire of Saturday
morning last, but Is already ready to
serve the public and his ol.l customers
again. He has opened out in John Hy
land's old stand, at the corner of Com
mercial avenue aud Tenth street, and re
spectfully soliciu patronage from old und
new friends. If you have a coat, a vest
or a pair of pantaloons that needs clean
ing or repairing, take it lo Peter Zimmer
man aud tie will make it as good as new
at a price that w ill astoninh you by its
cheapness. Remember Peter Zimmer
man, at the corner of Commercial avenue
and Tenth street. 11-10 lm
At frit ale hale.
Due Bedstead, springs and mutlres-i.
One marble-topped bureau.
Three tables, three looLlng-gli -ses.
One hair-cloth sola.
One rep sola lounge,
One ten-loot dinning table, n-h.
Two evening t:ir woju W
One cooking stove, wood.
Two sets chairs and rocker.
One lounge aud mattress.
" What-not V window curtalus, pic.
turea, etc, eU. Apply at No. 'ii, Tenth
itrot. if E. A. Bi unatt.
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 office. We bespeak tor him the lib
erality ol patronage that has been be
stowed upon tin. His assortment ol
moulding Is complete, prices lxwond
competition and he guarentees satisfac
tion In all ease.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 187C.
If Cairo Bi t.ttTiv Co.
New York More.
We are just in receipt ot a lull line of
stick, French and American lancy can
dies, toy and fruit candies for the holi
days. Wc also oflcr five-pound boxes of
choice mixed candy, for family use, for
$1.00. To the trade we will lob candy
10 per cent, lower tlmn the lowest.
12-17-10t C. (). Patif.k & Co.
eiileiiulnl lleer Hall For ftnl.
Anyone who wishes to go in the saloon
and restaurant busines i has now the op
portunity to buy me out, as it is the best
business houe in the city of Cairo, for I
intend to go Into some other business
after the first of January.
Ileal lu the Market.
John Sproat, corner Tw elfth street and
Ohio levee, U in receipt at all times ot
full stand't'd or i,ift'iitii oysters, retail
ing at 40 eetits per can, w ith a very liberal
discount to jobberi. No slack can, and
no oysters marked up. all and see for
yourself. For epicures he has the south
ern oysters, which are superior to any
ever brought to this inaiket; aNo salt,
water Ibdi. red snapper, red ti-.h, sheep
head, jrtc, always on hand. w
JTYe stand a
a 1 1 ls noil OHtlinem.
lui-t at the. thotiauds
liurly hurried to a premature grave, vie
funs 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 off by a timely re
course to one or both of these medicines.
Twenty-five cents per box or pot.
4 o-I'iii lti?rlil Roller.
Notice ii hereby feiven that the nndt-r-sined
have tbis il.-iy forme '1 a co-partnership
to carry on the n)anutc.tnriugbusines
of niHttresses, pillows and bolsters, whole
sale and retail, at No. 100 Commercial ave
nue, between 1UU and 12th streets, also up'
hoUterin?, repairing aud varnishing. Car
pets will he sew ed and laid to order. The
stylii of the Urn) I" llh ks & Casner.
Ii. W. HICKS
O. W. CASM.lt
I alio, 111., Uec. U, l.-TH. f, J lm
House f'or toil or Kent.
1 offer tor sale or for rent, my dwelling
lioune on Tenth street, west ot Washing,
ing avenue. The hou-e is newly papered
and painted, and is in thorough repair.
For terms, etc., apply on the premises.
Furniture and carpets can be taken with
the house. lit E. A. BravrTT.
Choice Golden Rio coffee at the New
York Store lor $1. Full line of sugars
at less prices than can be bought in the
Bill Heads and Monthly Statements, pink
and yellow, at the Bi'lleiin olllce. u
Buy your dry goods at the cheapest
store New York Store. I2-17-10t
The stock of jewelry of every descrip
tion to be found at Budcr Brothers, Is
simply magnificent, and they are selling
at bottom prices. Their stock cannot, be
surpassed. Call and examine. s il
C'boire, oul Cooiro.
Twenty boxes ot Ruston, choice creamy
roll butter at the New York Store.
1 he stoi kliolili rs of the City Nalionul Hank
fif Cairo are hereby notilW Unit au election will
be helil at the banking- house, luesiUy, .iainui)
'.'th. It-V;, furseveu itirecturs .
tJ. A. II. ft.Yr'r'ORU, ashii r.
The Original Cheap Store
I I'J A 111 Commercial Avcuu.
Has reduced his price lo correepoud with
the present hard times. I U public need
not he I'i'tiiiiicled that my prices have al way
been lower lliau any other Imtix1, hut 1
w Uh to inform everbudy la need of new and
fresh goods, in my line, that 1 have made
epi'iinl reiliii tion in nil lines lo suit tho
times. I invite all to cull aud let me Jr.
uionstrutu the fact that I can and will sell
Dry (ioodi Clothing, Boot and Shoes,
1. tilies' and Gents' Klli uithiUK Goods, Hats
and l'sps,Truuk and V 'aline, Fur, I luck
ISlunkfts, Shawls, Wrappeis, clonks, lower
then any lioune in the trade. The reusou Is
plain, We buy and tell only lot rsU
I.Vlui luliel' tliti plai t.
SOLOMON I'AUKIIt A,
Doe. T-t I 142 v 141 Commercial Ave.
TO THE LADIES.
I'lew-HHt llulitlay I'reaettl feuitteiluutr
The luJic of Cairo are ino-t respei Uully
iuvited to call at the new Variety Bracket
House, Commercial meuue, (Sirs, sw un
der' old blnuil), opposite Oohlsiiue Bo
neuwater'. A full stock of LaUies' pitcnt
Tiilet Albums; the line!, taiyest anJ most
complete stock of Lrci,els und Frames
eyt r brought to Cairo, couslsliug of eoranr
bracket, si Jo bracket, ae bracket, cluck
shelve, towel aud hat racks, slipper and
eard receiver ; a new stylo t paper bold
ri; beaut ilU motto frame with glass.
New and beaurilul style of rustle fruues
with fUn and back, at Mtouishingly luw
price. In fact uy aud everything in tu
bracket aud f i uie line ot the most beautiful
and elegant pattern, and at surprisingly
low price. We ak th ladiai to call and
xanilna our trk for tbemlT. Ag eatt
Win t)Bf ATrr. nrrta RtroT,
Po. is. :d78.
TATtOff. LOW WATS.
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Cincinnati. 1.1 S X 1
l.nniaYllle .................. T I
Nsshrllle 2 0X1
St. Loms...... 21 1 o
Memphis........ . S T .1
New Urlrnos II 11 3
JAM ESI WAl oON,
Sergeant, Signal Service, U ft. A.
There was little news to be picked up
In river circles yesterday. There waa no
arrivals or departures. The rivers are
both closed above this port. The Flsk
has not put In an appearance tor three
days, licing afraid to venture out on ac
count ot the lee.
The Ste. Genevieve is loading at the
w harf here, and expects to get. away this
evening. She will get all she can get
out with ou the low water. The river
here and below is lower than for several
years. Thick heavy ice Is coming out of
the Mississippi. The weather is very
. Whirl! l-s Beat.
The follow Ing communications explain
Cairo, li t.., Iec. 1.1th, 187C.
KoiroK Caiko Bt r.McTrv : Enclosed
I end yon letters which, If published,
will ditibtles be of some interest to your
n adi rs. They are a correction ol Mr.
.1. W. I.emp's advertisement in the Bt t
r.Ki rx. No further explanation is neces
sary. Please publish and oblige,
ours, respect lully.
Crvc tw.ur, O. Dec. Cth, 1S7C.
.Me'jtrs Herjrner Knsi-I. l'hilaJ--tpbia, la. :
t k.n rr.KMKN : Was nny premium
awarded "fur the best lager?" And it
so, wtio got it r The enclosed (extract
from the Cairo Bci.i.kti.n') will speak for
itself. As voir will readily cee why we
ask, no lurther eommeriU are necessary.
r raternally yours.
Iacck & Wixniscrt.
Pitn.AOKi.i'iiiA, Dec, 7th, 1876.
Me-nra. Hum k A WimliHch, Cincinnati:
fiKTi kmf.n : There has been no dis
tinction t! rii .vn between the premiums
awarded. They are all alike. But the
exact adjudication of the judges In deter
mining trie quality you, win nna in tne
last number ot the German and Ameri
can ft fewer'' Journal.
BritGNP.R & Enoei..
THO 3. J. HERTS,
General Insurance Agt,
St. Louis Fire Insurance Co.,
German of Preeport, Illinois,
Assetts, $400,000 00
Uermania Life of New York,
Assetts, $7,000,000 00.
I respectfully lii It a share of public
Ottic iu th Alexander Count; Bank.
617 StcharUi itraatTetTLouuT Me.
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Pamphlet, to any eddreea, for Twe Stampe.
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Maaheed aad VWomanaood ka Garaiaa, bath
together, Illustrated, IS Ceate.
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r sli? wonderful kb Massras. uss St UIB snts
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snaraUla-WaraUos,lsaaasirnas ksassB SS tMll as
BMrsl sooTltUos, ll s(SI ts ks rss4 by sa sSult fataos.
tbsa loofcaU up, sot 1U4 aiwaeriaBt.saltlswouy
si ra-raaKlnif. Ii sosislas Iks ersam of aasdlaal liter
Bturt). uxaof b la a-aUrud tassaiiaairSrraiM.sa4 sorts
to ssyoss sss sui its Ita eareflsl jtaroaal, bms tuAaa
"'edldsa. tsns ss sasss. astttwpsr ssssr. Mstm
aa ostiiS by aisil. csaspast fouS-fuUS la aaws, t ar
617 St Charles atraet. St. Loula, Mo.
617 St. Chtrlae Str,
Tre.it-i all form of V eneral Diseases, Semi
nal I'.niissians and Sexual Debility, with
unparalleled succev. No nutter who failed,
call or write; pamphlet or consultation free.
Cm refer to (he medical profession in all
parts of the Country.
la waiihvd I a
county lor Freak
I txlir'a Ntwsiauatr( aud MatKainssi, ilie olJee,
rstulilihtl llluslratrd PrriodicaU la Alusrica.
rhty arc nuvr drat uoerHl to runvasacre, wbs
a 111, il'lhry sriure an aft iK'T aitd itluale tvr
lluiy. Iwrustltil o ibtiudlka srtrsltwa flrt
class iUiudalvd 1'irlo.Uci ls, tuitl lo as iuaii
dislioot Ustoa or wants, aud, wilU Uu) choio
from t-ijtlil arw and baatutirui eaxontoa, gim
bwot eusia to sauu annual auuacribtar, he ea
Bbled te stn ure oue or luora auueoriuiioua :
very laiuily la Uvcir duturitsl . To skillful esa
Tassasrs liiu will aecura pamiiaaaait etuulojaMiat,
anil tne rtucwaU each year will be a euairoe o
ylaJeuil assuraal rasaoua. 8aelOMl Katrra
aU woei Uusrai arms ate I lo ailasil!ciuiU arbtt
asuia lit trrrisory ihuy tl-stlre lo eaasaae . Ad
traae, Aiaaor Departas'. aTnavk IsMlia
paUisniua Uiuee. Ml Caarl klrast, Kev loft