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,AIR0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
Not. Any tnininm firm have three lines
par, In this column under appropriate heading
al the rate of Sl.fto pe' month or SW per year
Jiyable qimiterly in advance.
.1. . Mi-OAIIKV Hard tn.l olt liuuUi.
1 anl, cornet wih street and Washington itwuc.
LASCARTfcR & KICK-beaters in sash,
door. etc.. hard and aoft lumler and
hlrilM. Yard anl oflio. 4'omroercliil attune,
corner 17th street.
I). HARTM AX tealer in yueenaware, 'ioyt.
Lamp and nil kinds ot lancy articl-a. ninuitr
avenue, corner lh street,
WILLIAM VUNTRIt-Wxth et,t Itcttntn
Commercial avenue ami Washington avenue.
4 lalbmK Mn4 Merchant Tailoring'-
JOHN ANTRIM -Merchant Tailor ami denier
iu Ready Mada Clothing. ;i Ohio Ia vee.
Heel lftt Agrnrlr.
M J. IIOWLKY-Real Estate Agent. Iluys
Mill sells real estate, collects mils, pays laae-.
lor tii"W residents. e. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Teuth streets.
-'I - M , . t 1 '-
J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lots in
exchange lor St. Ixuis proerty.
A Hue residence on corner Halbrook
avenue and Twenty-third street, at a bar
gain. Cottage on Sixth street betwe m Wa-h-iigton
avenue and Walnut street.
House and lot on Eighth street IM ween
Walnut and Cedar, f 1,6.7).
I OH KKXT.
Two-story 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 street-).
The first 'floor of a brick dwelling cor
ner ot Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on the north Fide ot Twclith
atreet between Walnut and Ced.ir.
Butinr-ss house cn Levee ttreet above
Light, and In good repair.
Rooms In a two story house on Com
mercial avenue between Ninth and Tenth
Store room near corner ot Twetdhth
&ud Poplar i tree t ; Js.
Tenement 3, 4, C and 10 In Winter'-'
Kow tor $10 per month, and in llr-l-cla"
Cottage on Twenty-first street between
Sycamore and l'oplar.
Hooms In nearly every part of the i'y.
FOR LEA5FOK S.M.E.
Lands in tracts to uit, near C ilio.
Ural -Class Lauinurr.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, hat one of the best conducted laun
dry c&tab)UhtnuiiU In the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding house will
tind it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her price, are as follow: Hotel
and boarding hoae washing " tent per
doen. For piei-e work prices Brc a fol
lows : Single ahlrt and collar, l."c ; t wo
hirfs and two collar. 25c ; ier dozen,
VJc ; socks, 5c; two collar, 5c; two
haadkerchief, 5c ; ve-ts, 20c ; and all gen
tleman wear, N't- per dozen; ladies
plain calico drcscs, Jl 25 per dozen
calico dres-es with extra trimmings, 50c;
white dresses, $1 23; l:ihei underwear,
line or con r--. id per doen, ll-ill
'I iiruer If II.
The. Turner society of Cairo are pre
paring for & grand bail,, to tko place on
Christmas night. Monday, December,
25ih, at Turner Hail. Everybody
idiould attend. Eiu.-h ticket holder will
be entitled to a prize from the Chri-tina.
J. iiiurte Ntelnlionoe.
on Eighth street, two dur Iroin Alex
ander County Hank, i the place to get a
iadilouiible hair cut or a f tnooth shave
.r anything ele In the burln r line. La
dies' and childrens' hair cut or dre' d.
either at the hop or their huiiies.
For a f mouth -have, a neat and l.t-U-ionable
hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
o to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
P'.irlor. The bet of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with thU establish
ment U the only one in the city, and U
ulways kept In the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customer'. tt
We will pay no bills tor oods f.r mer
handUe purchased for the I'n.i.uri
by any ot the employes, unlcs the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by thepresidetit or secretary of the com-piy-
Cairo Ui li.kKIn- Co.
.ttfl Brown has taken charge ot t-he
baroer shop on Eighth f-treut, near Wash
Ingtou avenue, l.ftely kept by Daniel
l.amperf. Jetl U a good barber, and so
licits a shr.ro of patronage. ;iVe a
call and satisfy yourscll. u
Sold at tiu' very lowest miuket pi i es at
the rectifying hou? of Morelock &
Schultz, TO Ohio levee, under the ex
press oltice. Xov2!-lm
Hi-UN's Maqn-oiu Balm preseive
and re.-toit the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and Kallownes ; makes the
skin sott, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be deteeted.
Lyon's Kiibaikon makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Ita fall
ing out or turning giay. It has f-tooj
the test of 40 years. Is charmingly per
tumed and has no rival.
Tuur tie iua
Fifty centi, at Wlnter'i Gallery,
ASCALON I.UUUF, ro. til.
Knlfbts of Pyihlai, meets evpry Fri
day tilKht at balt-pMt ttTW, in txld-
t i-lloa' Hull. lion I,
ALKXANDKll I.OlMlE, NO 1!J4.
lndepMilnt Or.lit of Md-rrl-V
Jf lowi. iiikIi every '1 hurwlar tilKht
kt balr-Mt wren, In their hall on
jmun rc'ul avei.up, brtwet-n Mxth a0 rfc-rentb
'.rwlt S. A, UkVOHH, H
Vilt'l KNf.AMPMEXT, !. O. O. r.. m its
in o.l.l-l llow-' 1UII on the flrit and third
I i-'toy iu vi ry month, at half-punt tevrn
A . Commm, C 1
A ;Alltt.OlOK. NO .ZV.A.f. A A.M.
II. li rvuul'ir oimmunt'tloii In Ma
jKnr Hall, enriic-r t'.omiiier' lal avenue
' nd Kiirlitli timt, on lira feooo.i aud
V.nrlh Mnri'lav " f eni i month .
M&TF-M or AtlVr.HriMXJ.
tJAll bill for a-lvOTtiiirif , arc doe and pay
able I AKVAKta
TranaifiOt atlvertlaing will be invfc,14 at tlm
rate of tl ) per aquare for the Oral Inwrtton
and .V ernts for each aubciirnt one A liWul
diacount will be toude ea Handing and 'li-il
For inserting Kuucrut notii-e tl CO .Mnttrenl
niM-tlng- of socleliei or se nt oiirs Mi cnti l"r
Clikrch, Society, Ket tival and Sui'r n.diie
will only be tnstrted a-a lv( rtienienu
No advertisement will lc rereiveil at fian
So oents, and no alverthemmt will be itiarrted
for 1-s than three dollars l-.-r ruoiitli
I.Uf'Al, Ul WI.VKMH .OTII I S
Of ono cquarc (8 Hues npat ) or more, in
serted in the Cii.i.hin ns follows : (lesi
than one sqmre counted as astinare.)
One In-tertlon per square $ W)
Two Insertions per square
Three insertions per square 1 (HJ
Six insertions er square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square- '
Special rates made on larg advertise,
incuts or for longer time,
WEIXESLAY. riECEMBEH 20. W0,
I.firatl WnatSrr Kepori.
CalKO.Il.L., Ilrt- 1i I7.
'BabTi !Tu7i wixiTTVaTT wlvr"!
7 a in.
:ltll 1W I N
:ni.V-.s if ' 1 N
S-'.f.3i it ' hV
4 1 do
I A MILS WATS'),
Sr.'t-alit. iiKl.al SriMce, I . h. A.
Hotels, Steamboats and
tihi f-jjt'itttl :Ci.irr J'jr oiium!' '
fiht o.y. Le tiinuhii ami f-
piiirt'.l if Janwgnl or worn, aul if orn
jtitrt of it rc i.t luff, it can rrilai f d,
thus k'eiiiig th f tt t-iit Ire. lamiim
should nc it, and iwirc of thcni trovld
di to if tluy rou'd procure it at jiria
within teach of the poor. Thf Int
yrrtdti of (jnodi may bf procured from
u 'it pricn tatily within tht forh rrf
it (,( br readily dtiiwmttral' d that
tihar-plated icure n chtapr in the long
run than the common earthenware, and
in order to do to, it it Only ntcttxary to
calculate the amount fj brcakay to
whi'h the latter would le ttiljrrt in the
court- of trn year, which i really
intuit under the uvrragc durability of
plalrd t: art . With any propter cart it
will wear tw nty yarr, and in thit Coin
parifO i wc make no note of the humty
and ihfirability of the one uLtve the
otlwr. Think for a uuauent of taking
your "cut of tat'' ait (f an old rrackrd.
ynaty ''crockery ware'' teapot, giving n
dithwatcr jlavar to your tea, or an old
decrejtit. Lent and battrral tin one,
whieh hot &eu one yar of S'TU-'i'.
Think of your ipwemware cream pili 7i
er with the tpuvt chipped or broken to
that you cannot pair out )r thlnnert
kind of Cairo flim-tuilk without
rhtpjiltig it oi t) or of a butt r-ilith
which uiiiiit be held hid with both
hanth, while your neighbor hefpt hiiii'
tu-lf to a fiimll cut of butter. ' Lay
tixt'tle your old tylt Uiitlmirabi and
really upemice crockery, and call on
Taber llrot. and avail youri'lf of the
opportunity of procuring Silver and
'fated ware, al pricci uch us wit
htCtr again be ofcrrd ill this market.
hnte - Speeil .y S u r.
The rapidity hint certainty with which
Dr. Morris' Syrup ot Tar. Wild Cherry
and Horehound cures diseases of the res
piratory organs and. its reliability as a
remedy for consumption long ago secured
lor It a foremost rank among medichns
of Its class. It is In fact tlm recognized
rpeciho tor throat and bronchial disor
der. It promptly cheeks a cough, no
matter of how long standing, and af
ford great relief in cases of asthma. It
should not m mistaken lor a puliation, j
since it not only nlJ'ords immediate relief
but mho removes all traces of the malady.
It is a Fpeciiie tor croup. Trial size 10
cent'. Largo sizes 50 cents and Si, for
sale by Barclay Brothers, Cairo; also
agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm
Syrup, which never fails. Pleasant to
take, and requires no physic. priei 25
cents. Nov. 21-.V,v-tlAw
Jiil Iteri iK-il
For holiday retail trade
Choice Minre Meat 121 etnts per lb.
" N'ew Currents 10 " "
" " Prunes 10 '
" " Figs It; "
P " RaYsens 17
Sew CIti on, Fresh Apple Butter, Fresh
Oranges, Choice Apples, Michigan Cider,
New Jellies, Craiiiberries, torn,
and a full lino ol frct-h Canned Ooods of
all kinds. The above goods In quantities
will besold lower, C. O. Patikk A Co.
Bet I riiiI 'lieapt. .
The btst and cheapest jewelry, w atches,
clocks, silver and plated ware, tu the city
Is to be totind at Buder Brother. They
have nb second-hand auctlon'goods In
tbeir Btore. e-tt
. 1 LAesjt Brevities.
Bargains tlus week at O. Ilaythorn t
No and ion at Budcr Bros., but goodi
sold below auc tion price. 4t
OentlniK'ti's flfle boots and shoes,
full assortment at O. Ilaythorn fc Co'
UememU r the Thorne Comedy eom
pnny will give their first entertainment
In Cairo this evening.
One hundred pieces prints just oK-nod
at O. Ilaythorn A Co' 17-Ct.
Fresh Oystei reetiwd daily at the
New Vork Store. l2-l7-1t
Cents line slippers fr ale by O.
Ilaythorn A Co. K-Ct
Mr. Egnf vv, proprietor of tho St.
Charles hotel, is iu St. Louis. He will
return this evening.
The finest lot of gold necklaces wnij
lockets can lo had at E. & W. Budcr',
and the pi kes . tti table to the time". U
(Cloves, hosiery, handkerchiefs, knit
goods and notions Ju.-t opened at J.
Ilaythorn A Co s J7-0t.
A litie gold pen. pencil or tooth
pick can be had r.t K. A W. Budcr's
far Si, 90. it.
ln the absenee of Mr. .lack Towers,
who started ou a trip to Missouri and
Kentucky yesterday, Mr. Sol. Silver will
act as his agent here.
Ladies' tie, kid gloves and notions,
cheaper than anywhere else in the dry, at
O. Ilaythorn A Co's 17-Cl.
Invitations to ihc party to be. "given
by the "h'airo Kotilliou Klub," at the
St. Charles hotel on next'Friday evening,
will be sent out in a day or two.
Toys for the millions at Saup's for
youog and old and small from five cent
to five dollar. tf
Bob. Simpson, colored, was before
Judge Bud yesterday for lieing drunk,
He was git en two hours to leave the town.
He promised to go, and w as discharged.
Ttie only place to get the fine gold
headed canes i-3 .tt K. X W. finder's.
Just received a complete, assortment
Ladies' tine shoes. O. Ilaythorn A Co.
The work of placing the new furui
tuie in (he St. Charle hotel is about
completed. The St. Charles will now
compare favorably with uny hotel in the
Several pieces of parlor and kitchen
turi.it ure is ottered at private sale for a
few days at No. 32, Tenth street.
'U. E. A. Bt KNKTT.
TIlC iiiltrri ;tOek of holiday goods CVCr
brought to the market can be seen at
Phil. II. Saup's, who sells them at rock
Oof torn ligurei. tf.
1 have now over lour thousand
pounds of choice candles, wholesale and
retail. Dealers ean get a bargain by cal
1 in sr at Saups, Winter's block. It.
Mf-ichants an buy cood.s ol me at
barely city prices. Bring your bills and
fave drayage and freight on candies.
Will duplicate any order.
tf Phil Su-i
Woik on the new levee has been comj
iiieticed and is being pushed ahead as
rapidly as circumstances will warrant
Ten teams were at work yesterday. It
istlio object of the committee of the coun
cil who have charge ol the work to com
plete it without uiitieceasary dela'.
Go to Black's shoe store for great
bargain. During the next sixty days his
enlire stock will be soli at retail at whole
sale prices. Assure yourc-lt of this tact
without delay. If
The publication ol the life-sketches
ot otir distinguished Jcllow-citizens, Inter,
rupted by a prc-sure ot less interesting
matter, will be resumed by us to-morrow,
nnd be tollowed until all tha sketches ot
the ''Biographical Dictionary" have been
laid before our readers.
For holiday presents there Is nothing
more acceptable to a lady or gentleman
than a tine embroidered slippe r, or a tine
pair ot boots or shoes. A large nud sc.
Joct variety at A. Block's tdtoe store, tf
Don't lorget to call at E. A W. fin
der's to examine their tine stock of ladies'
sets, watches, chains and bracelets. It
remember this is no blow, but I
mean business: will sell at retail, at
w holesale prices. The exclamation of nil
K think you are selling at such low
prices.'' Kcmeniber the place, I'lil 11.
The largc-t stock of silver, and sil.
vcr plated ware ever brought to Cairo Is
to be found at E. A W. Budcr's, corner
Washington and Eighth street. 41.
Call at the DULLETIN office
ant) see specimens of new and
elegant Galling Cards for New
Mrs. S. Williatnsoii, millincr.Ctimiiier
cial avenue, opposite Schnh's drug store,
litis Just received a new stock of leathers
and flowers, which she has marked down
to the veiy lowest figures. This Is the
best and cheapest lot of millinery goods
ever offered to the ludies e.l Cairo. She
invites an examination of her goods.
Peter Coats, was before Justice Com
ings yesterday on a charge of "drunk
uud disorderly ." Andy Cain captured
Coats the night previous on Ohio levee.
Comings sent him to the lock up lor
eight days. Peter will give the city
eight days labor ou the new levee.
Greene Phelps, the colored man who
was arrested on Monday evening for
jumping ou a moving train on tho Illi
nois Central railroad, was not sent to the
calaboose as stated in the Bi i.i.khn yes
terday morning. Phelps paid his flno
like a little mau and was released. Phelps
lost nothing by the operation, however,
lor being an employe of the railroad
company, Mr. Johnson, the agent, yes
terday refunded him the amount of the
flue anil costs,
Work on the new freight house of
the narrow gauge railroad will bo com
menced to-day. The warehouse Is to be
built on the ground between old fort
Defiance and tho Messrs. Halliday Bros,
warehouse. The building will be fifty,
five Icet wide by one hundred and sixty
fire feet long. A 'p"rlv'r wasput
Into position yceterday o as to be rpady
to commence work this morning. Maj.
Wood has charge ol the work.
Call at the BULLETIN office
and see specimens of new and
elegant Calling Cards for New
The county commissioners met in
the county clerk's office yesterday morn
ing, all the members, Mesrs. Wilson
Sammons nnd Brown being present. A
statement was received from ex-Sheriff
Irvln to the effect that, owing to the ex
tent of his report it would bo impossible
for him to be ready for a settlement with
the county before Tuesday next without
great Inconvenience and delay to the
board. In order to give Mr. Irviti time
to complete his report, the boaid ad
journed to meet on Tuesday next De
cember 2Sth at 2 o'clock, p.m.
The procreds realized from the
young ladies entertainment Is to he expen
Ued In the purchase of books essential to
tho completion of their library under the
management of the Sisters of Lorctlo.
This is an assurance that the works pe
rused are from the best selections of lit.
erature The Sodallsts are to lie com
mended for the method aitof In re
plinishing their library, affording our cit
izens amusement thereby recompensing
them for their benevolence. It.
Call at the BULLETIN office
and see specimens of new and
elegant Calling; Cards for New
The Harman-Keove contested elec
tion case, was up again bclore Judge
Bros yesterday. An application was
tiled by Kecye, detendant, to require
complainant to give security for the cots
in the contest. Judge Bross sustained
the application, and Mr. Hirman
at once filed the necessary bond. Kecve,
by his attorney, Jackson Frick, Esq., then
entered a demurrer to the bill of com
plaint. The demurrer was argued by
Messrs. Mulkey and Llnegar lor the
complainants, and by Mr. Frick ler the
delendant, Peeve. Judge Bross took the
question under advisement, and will ren
der his decision sometime during the
Reeve thinks Judge Bross Is preju
diced against him, being a Democrat, and
wants to get before Judge Baker, who
w ill not be prejudiced agaiust him, being
a Republican. Reeve, we are sure, is
mistaken. Bross will do exact Justice
even if he has to walk over his party to
do so. He Is a little set In his opinions,
but is honest as the day is long, and will
not permit politics to twist his judgment.
Judge Baker would also be just and fear
not. He is a Republican, but Reeve
would have no better success before him
than betore Bross. Baker Is. as Bross
is, a little set In his political opinion ; but
lie is as honest as Bross, and his polities
wou'd not influence him even in a con
tested election ca;.
The members of Miss Anna Pitcher's
music class will cive a concert at the
residence of Jr. Dunning, corner of
Ninth and Walnut streets on next
Thursday evening. The friends and ac
quaintanee of Miss Pitcher and the
members of the class arc invited to be
present. The following programme of
exci cises will be observed :
Piano solo i eaeher
1. Piano duet Winty Dunning
and Alice Halliday.
2. Song, chorus liena Bell Sadie
:'. Piano solo Winty Dunning.
4. Piano solo Sadie Wbeclcr.
5. Piano duet Amanda Fiehl3 and
fi. Piano solo Nellie Beecher.
7. Song Down iu a 'oal Mine.
8. Duet Minnie Smith and
9. Piano solo Winty Dunning.
10. song Loving F ace that Won Me
11. Duet Alice Halliday and
12. Piano solo Amanda Fields.
IX Song Climbing the Golden Stairs.
14. Piano solo N'iua Jorgenson.
WINTER & STEWART,
111 Commercial Ave.
M O It X I X G S A L E,
10:110 A. M., rilOMITLY.
Consisting of lnriiiture, Brussels car
pets, marble topped bureaus, sideboards
and center tables ; also rocking and sit
ting chairs in rep and hair cloth, sofas,
sewing machines, bedsteads, stands,
Wardrobes, stoves, pictures, chromo and
7 I'.M., 1'llOMI ltV.
Comprising a vailed assortment ol la
dies' dre.-s goods, composed of hats,
dresses, etc.; also men's caps, drawers,
comforters, gauntlets, gloves, ami a m
end assortment of choice article, t
1 lie city Is full of trumps of all ages
and of every Color. Many of them,
strong, hearty looking fellow, have
been lounging about the' city for weeks
and months, eking out a precarious liv-
lihood honestly ii It can bo obtained
without labor, and dishonestly If neces
sary. There are probably not lees than
one hundred me-u of this class now in the
city, who are subject to arrest under the
vagrancy law. Thco fellows will not
work if they can avoid it. Tho new
Wee is now being completed and the
city Is hi need of laborers. Tlrls being the
case would It not ho a good plau to "run
in" u sufficient number ol them and u t
them to shoveling dirt on the levee t
The (rumps would be better oil in Uo
long run, and the city would save money
by the operation. At all events.glve them
to understand that they must either go to
work or leave the city, and we will get
rId of iliew ong way or another.
The young twin who lost his lcgf
by falling between tho cars and being '
run over at Wetaugon Monday evening,
was not so much of a tramp as w as at
first supposed. His name Is Alexander
Storts, and his father a Chicago mer
chant. 'Some months ago young Storts
went td"Tcx.s to see his brother, and
when hurt was on his way home to Chi
cago. Itefore reaching Cairo he rati out
ol money and was trying, as tha pro
fessional tramp would sny, "beat his
way to Chicago." Dr. Wardncr of this
city, w ho went to Wetattg to attend the
young man, found It necessary to ampu
tate his leg, which was done. Voting
Storts was yesterday brought to this city
and placed in the hospital, where he
will remain until able to be removed to
his home in hlcago. The lather ol the
young man arrived in the city yesterday
and at on.'e made all necessary arrange
ments for the propt r care and medical treat
ment ol his son. oung Storts Is nine
teen years of age. Late last evening he
w.13 doing well.aud it is believed he is in a
fair way to recover, miuusonn leg.
Serial notice to otir ftienda a-i ( bristnias day it
Who want to nutke tine ( resents, and know not
what to btiy,
Just comet') Taber ltrotlu-raanttrinf; yourrrady
Don't go to other Cealpr and pmeha enrntntin
We will greet your smiling fares
As we meet you at ttie door,
And we'll give you such fine liaiyaiii
As you never hail before.
Nothing makes a b-tttr present
Than itold when finely wrought.
And tba doner is remtmlKrcl
As sure ai auob i bought.
It will war a good long liio-tini,
And never w ill decay
Then buy this kind of present-.
To give on Christmas day.
Don't Mrop your one short lini-time,
And feci so very poor,
Ciold ami silvttr is as plenty,
As it ever was betore.
You ran be as bappy with il
A you could with ten tin.es more,
tf you'll only stop that sighitiK
"Oh, I'm so very poor !"
We invite the special utuution of every reader
of the lii LLiriN to our remarks onHlver Plated
Ware.au thry are lounded on ticu esUMHiedby
TAB Lit HKOS., l.'o IXliiliieicial A Te
Mar'h Bridges, a young man well
known in Alexander, L'nion, JaeKson
and Johnson counties, was shot and killed
by a negro hotel keeper named White at
Helena, Arkansas, on last Wednesday
morning. Bridges had slept at the house
the night previous, and during the night
heard some one in his room. In the
morning when he got up he touud that
his shoes had been stolen, and entered
complaint to the wife of the proprietor of
the house. Bridges and the womau got
nto a dispute about the matter, and high
words passed. White, proprietor ol the
house, then put in an appearance and ac
cused Bridges with having attempted to
strike his (White's) wife with a chair.
Bridges denied the charge, when
White struck him on the head
with the butt end of his
revolver, knocking him down. Bridges
got up and started out of the house, and
while passing through the door White
fired at him. the ball entering his right
side near the spinal column. Bridges
was taken to the city hospital, where he
lingered until Thursday evening, when
lie died. He has two brothers living in
Carbondale, one a dry goods merchant,
and the other proprietor of a provision
and grocery store. Mr. Jerome P.ridges,
brother of the murdered man, w as In the
city yesterday awaiting the arrival of
the remains, which wen; expected to
reach Cairo by the atternoon train on
the Cairo and Fulton road. .They wilj
be taken to Vienna, the former home of
Marshal Bridges, lor interment.
The Thorne comedy company wil
give their first entertainment in this
city at the Athtueiim to-night. The com
pany comes highly recommended, and
among tho members of the troupe we
find the names of a number of well
known HOtors. Tho play lor" this even
ing will be learned by referring to their
programme. The Helena, Arkansas,
Daily, speaking of tho troupe, says:
"This excellent company, not entirely un
known to our citizens, have been enter
taining us for the past two nights with
some excellent plays. On Thursday night
they commenced their series of plays
with the well-known drama ot the "Fac
tory Girl." This was played in a man
ner that showed tho company to bo well
disciplined under the management of
Mr. Mardcn, who, by the way, is an ac
complished artist In his profes
sion. On lat c ening the com
pany presented the beautiful
drama of East Lynue, a piece that will
always be a favorite w ith nil audiences.
In connection we could not, had we the
power, give too much praise to Miss
Bonnie Meyer. Through the whole
play she carried the sympathies of her
audience as she feelingly portrayed the
character ot tho unfortunate lady Ua
bellc. We have not the space to give full
credit to the humorous . Mr. Thorne, or
the thoroughly cillio conevplions of tho
balance, of the troupe. We will e!os
our notice by advising all to attend, as
suring them of a very satisfactory amuse
incut." The company will give lour ex
hibitions in lids city, with a change of
programme every evening.
AllenelUf, Kiclt Mini fleaiililul. '
What? Why, the goods and prices at
K, A W. Budera', corner of Eight and
Washington. They Jravo just opened
their new stock of Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, and
nothing to equal it was ever seen In
Cairo, If you will drop hi there you w ill
contest that it Is so ; and varied and beau
tiful as their stock is, rich and valuable
as their Jewetry, Wntche. etc., pre ciiiie
rioi hi tjle, make and quulity, they pro
pose to and WILL SELL ANY AND
EVERYTHING THEY IIAVK FIF
TEEN PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN
ANY OTHER HOCSE IN TOWN.
Kcraember and profit by It. 12-lw
Bill Heads and Monthly Statements, pinks
and yellow, at the Blllktix office, tf
Buy your dry goods at the cheapest
store New York Store. 12-17-lOt
hole, only Choir.
Twenty boxes ol Ruston, choice creamy
roll butter at the New York Store.
ft. k. h. w. r.
Kings A Swing's self rising buck
wheat flour at the New York Store.
Choica Golden Rio coilce at the New
York Store lor $1. Full line of sugars
at less prices than can be bought in the
city. . 12-17-lOt.
;J All, nge A p)la.
A car-loud of choic cabbage and a car
load of choice opples just received, and
for sale cheap by R. J. Crxnm-, No 17
The stock of Jewelry of every descrip
tion to be found nt Budcr Brothers, is
simply magnificent, and they are wiling
at bottom prices. Their stock cannot be
surpassed. Call and examine. 8-tl
We nre Just iu receipt of a full line of
.-tick, French and American fancy can
dies, toy and Iruif candies for the holi
days. We aUo oiler live-pound boxes of
choice mixed candy, for lamily use-, for
$1.00. To the trade we will job candy
10 per cent, lower than the lowest.
12-17-lOt C. t). Patif.r A Co. '
l.eiilennlitl Beer Hull For Male.
Any one who wishes to go in the saloon
and restaurant biiinp has now the op
portunity to buy vie out, as ir is the best
business house in the city of Cairo, for I
intend to go Into some ottier bulness
after the first of January.
Hoi ni ls.,
Ilesl In tho Market.
John Sproat, corner Twelfth street and
Ohio levee, Is In receipt at all times ol
full xtamlunl or medium oysters, retail
ing at 40 cents per ean, with a very liberal
discount to jobbers. No slack cans, and
no oysters marked up. Call and see for
yourself. For epicures ho has the south
ern oysters, which are superior to any
ever brought to this market ; also salt
water tih. red snapper, red fish, sheep
Ircad, etc., always on hand. Iw
lloUownj'a Pill and Ointment.
We stond 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 lie 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.
Notice Is hereby given that the uuJer
si'ned have tbis day formed a co-partnership
to carry ontliemunulacturingbusiiies.i
of mattresses, pillows and holsters, whole
sale and retail, at No. 100 Commercial ave
nue, between lltli and 12tITstrects, also up
hollering, repairing und varnishing. Car
pets will he sewed and luid to order. The
stylo of the tirin is llieks & Casner.
(J. W. HICK-
C. W. CASNKH.
Cairo, lil.. De e. r, l -7ti. !W!-lm
lloime For Kitle or Keitt.
I offer lor sale or for reni.my dwelling
house ou Tenth street, west ot Washing,
ing avenue. The houe is newly papered
and painted, and is in thorough repair.
For terms, etc., apply on the premises.
Furniture and carpets ean he taken with
th" house. 3t E. A. fir rm.it.
Peter ZiiumertwaiiOut. of Its Ali
Mr. Peter Zimmerman, cleaner, reno
vator and repairer of clothing, was
burned out hi the big lire of Saturday
morning last, hut Is already ready to
serve the public and his old customers
again. Ho has opened out In John Hy
land's old stand, at the corner of Com
mercial avenue and Tenth street, and re
spectfully solicits patronage from old and
new friend. If you have a coat, a vest
or a pair of pantaloons that needs clean
ing or repairing, take it to Peter Zimmer
man and he will make it as good as new
at a price that will astonish you by Its
cheapness, llemember Peter Zimmer
man, at the corner of Commercial avenue
and Tenth street. 11-10 lm
Tlie "Iron Trail." .
A fpicy sketch, descriptive of a trip
over the Atchinsou, Topekn und Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of tho Rocky Mountains,
by "Xym Crinkle,1' the musical and
dramatic critic ot the New York WuAJ,
sent free on application, together w ith
the San Juan Guile, maps and time ta
bles ot this new and popular route Irom
Kansas City and Atchinsou to Pueblo,
Denver, and all points In Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona and the Sun luan Mines.
Hie finest liueol Pullman sleepers Oil the
Ktnlinent lietweeu the Missouri river and
the Rocky .Mountains without change.
Special round trip tourists' tickets Irom
the Missouri river to Denver at $Ti0, good
to stop oil at all points. Address,
T.J. A viK5toN,Gen. Pass. Ag't.,
ttaaf A1 I'ritMto WHle. j
One Bedstead, springs and mattress.
One marble-topped bureau.
Three tables, three looking glasses.
One hair-cloth sofa.
4 )ne rep sofa lounge.
One ten-loot dinning table, ssh.
Two evening star wood stoves.
One cooking stove, wood.
Two sets chairs and rocker.
One lounge and mattress.
Eight cords hickory and ah wood,
sawed and split.
"What-nots," window curtains, pic.
tures, etc., etc, Apply at No. 32, Tenth
street. tf . A. Bcunm..
I ttetare ;.
Ws have this day soi4 to Mr. K. C
Ford the entiralot 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 for Kim the lib
eralitr ol patronage that lias been be
stowed upon us. liis assortment ot
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and he irnarentees satisfac
tion In all cases.
Cairo, Oct. 10, 1S76.
tl Cairo Bexnm Co.
The stockholders of the Citr National Bank
of Cairo are hereby notified that aa election will
beheld at the bankinr houae.Tnca.lar. Jaunar
Mh, Is77, for seven directors.
M. A. a. nArl ORD, Cashier.
The Original Cheap Store
113 I It Commtrrlal Aean,
Has reduced his price to correspond with
tus present bard timks. The public need
not be reminded that my prices have always
been lower tlisn any other hone, but 1
wish to Inform everbody In need 01 new and
fresh goods, in any line, that 1 have made
special reduction in all lines to suit the
(lutes. I Invite all to call and let me de
monstrnU the fart that 1 can and will sell
Dry (Soods. Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Ladle and ( eats' Furnishing fijpoi, Bats
and Caps,Trutiks and Valises, Furs, Checks
Blankets, Shawls, Wrappeis, Cloaks, lower
then any house in the trade. The reason Is
plain, We buy uDd (ell only for csh.
I!e member the place.
Dee. 7-tl '142 A 144 Comuierrlal Ave.
TO TES LADIES.
t truant llnllility Preeatointblne
Tlie litJics of Cairo are inot respfctlully
iuvited to call at the new Variety Bracket
House, Commercial avenue, (Mrs. S wan
der's H stnnd), opposite Ooldsilue A Ro
senwater's. A full stock of Ladies' patent
Toilet Album; the finest, largeet and most
complete stock ol Brackets and Frames
ever brought to Cairo, consisting of corner
brackets, side brackets, vae brackets-lock
shelves, towel and hat racks, slipper and
etrrd receivers ; a new atyle of paper hold
ers; beautilbl motto frames with glass.
New and hesutilul style of rustic frames
with glu- and back, at astonishingly low
prices. In fnct any and everything In the
bracket und frame line of the most beautiful
and elegant patterns, and at surprisingly
low prh es. We ask the ladles to call and
examine our stock for themselves. Agents
Wah Dki-aktmnitt. Uivh RtroT, I
IK;C. V. '.S7. I
Senteunt. Stanal derviw, U 1 A.
Wlilcli IS Kel.
The following communications explain
Cairo, 111., Dec. l.'Uh, 1S7C.
EonoR Cairo Bi i.lkti-: Enclosed
I send you letters which, if published,
will doubtless be of some interest to your
render-. They tire a correction ol Mr.
J. W. Letup's advertisement in the fici
l.LTi.v. No further explanation Is neces
sary. Please publish and oblige,
Cincinnati, o. Dec Oth, 1S7C
Messrs. llerrrner 4 Kneel, Philadelphia, I'a. :
Gr.NTt.KMEX : Was any premium
awarded "for the best lager?" And it
so, who got It r T'lte enclosed (extract
from the Cairo Bcllkti.n) wijl speak for
Itself. As you will readily see why we
a-k, no further comments are necessary.
1 1 At C K A WlNDIMCH.
Philadelphia, Dec, 7th, 1876.
Messrs. llaiick A Wlndlsch, Cincinnati i
Gkvti k.mex: There has been ho dis
tinctioii dravn between the premiums
awarded. They are all alike. But the
exact adjudication of the judges In tleter
mlnlng the quality you, will find In the
last number of the German and Ameri
can Brewer's Journal.
CHARTERED MARCH 31. 18
CITY NATIONAL DANZ.C AXBO
A II s rri)RD. President.
s T AVI.UK, Vice President.
W M VSl.Ol', Sec'T and Treasurer.
PIUK tors :
IMV. Haw lay
Pact t. Scum,
F. Ul e.iK.nni!
II il VKNIKullAM, 11 L. UALUlAI,
J. M. I'lllLMra.
tSH.ftk.ST wid on deposit at the rale el six
per ceut. per annum, March 1st and Hptem
r 1st. Interest not wiUidrkwa w addvd iuinia
Lately to lbs priucipal of the deposits, IQersuy
iviua thein comnound intrel
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no on
else can draw it.
Open every business day from 9a.m. to S p m
aU ssturUy eveniujs tor saviufs deposits only
toui S to o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. Treaaaurer.
SENDS' In Q. V. ROWEI.L CO., SW
Yoik, lor Pamphlet of l's pai-'s. eontainlujr
lists ot Stasl ntMps;iei. uud t.iuuairs sboiui(
i-osi of advertising.
j GUN U. MUXJUT.
4ttornejr mt Law.
Of r ICS t Al realdstaee oa Mat Slxass. Uteae
WUon aitiiueaad Wlsu4Sbti.