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THE DAILY CA1U0 BULLION: WEDNESDAY MOIlNINCi, DECEMBER -24, .870.
SMALL AUYKRTISFJ1 KNT.
4 IX ADVKltTiSKMKNTS In thl roliinin. ol
j five lln-a cadi of low mil l.ublllii-d liir&t
.( cvrrv liiw-rtlnn:l uioiilli. ).': a nuiiith 111
ot chimp-, I.U0 p-r ni.iiuti. Kncu iWU t l-niul
Huh. 5vni. ftltii.-itlniiMvatili-iM'rei'j
i'iiiiiU'I. Iii lilnun.i l uili.-r n!oi)ii fixtures lor
'.,: hi 11 lmr'iilii.' M.J. IIOVVI-KY.
Km! cx'tite airi'iit.
TV Auliurjr irnpeitv on lliilliruok aw. Cbcup
Til a NMI U'liaill. M. il , IIIIWI.KI. I. I., fiwriu
Ttuitllluo Iiiimmi on 1.1th nir.rt. Ix-twoon Walnut
and Cedar, all 'n Kiiod condition . I.ntu ic'sldcm-eiif
r. Vincent r r partlcuiara apply ai my rutiiiui-a
on ttiucorti.-rol -,'lt ami walnut urn-in.
Mas, C. IIiiibaiu
Owskiw and purobuaur of real ontnlo In Cairo
aliO'.IIU lw Mire tui'V liavi a "mm mi. i nui nun
lri-iroil lo furnirb'aliatrai-tx at reasonable rate.
Uflire in Court House.
A piixtllotiBKixili'muou tltiriiiii tlio liollitiiys by two
nuns' ai'-n uf exni-ii'iicc, from tin Kt.
Aildrt-H".!. W, ihinoHIci'.
A dltiiation lu a private family by a liuly lo n-iv,
or aralat In Ihc ram and litHtriii-tiiti of email chil
iivii. or will rto llt'ht ImiiM' work llooil rel'twin-i-.
Mux Till. Cairo, 111.
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
'Advertisements in Ideal columns 1(1 cents
per line, each insertion.
Call n Coleman ntul exiiiiiinu the finest
and largest stiiek of goods in the city.
Order your New Year curds from Tun
Bri.i.KTiN. Cull mid see tlie styles.
-lluder's jewelry store is one of the
plrvsantest places in the city to visit. Cents,
mst.-ir. articles of lieuuty everywhere.
A f: in- lot of new style picture frames,
nhotoorapli and autograph albums, a in t
pictures nt Colcmau's.
Under lifts the largest stock of ladies'
gold watches in Southern Hlinois, mul is
wiling them at Hslonishingly low prices.
Cull at Coleman's and sec a line lot of
chromos, panel pictures, ink standi, wall
pockets, etc. The newest and latest at lew
For sale a nc.v Mosler, lialimatui &
Co., No ! sule, insiifi! measure 10 inches
high, 16 inches w ide and 12 indies deep,
Price $105. Apply lit the Hixi.ktix office
Fancy goods in endless variety, tine pa
pers and envelopes, new hooks, new chro
tnos, stereoscopes und views, fancy brackets;
u xph-udid line and an endless variety of
thing-, new and useful nt low figures at
The Argus seems to lie sulli-ring for a
fight. The present management ol The
Hi i.i. eii n lays no claim to liberality, luit it
claims to pay am. that i nio.Misicn, not
n!y in wages to employes, hut to nil its
other creditors in and out of the city.
Do not forget that J'.uder Inc. the
Kualic and other first-class pianos in stock.
Also the well-known Mason A Hamlin
organs. He veil! guarantee also to furnish
any other brands nl mimufaclurer.o' juices.
Call ami sec his stock.
-Where is thot cold wave? is tin- tiies-
ion, and echo answers where: but when
nsked, where can we get the best cigar?
I'vrryboily answers, go to F. Koiscitieycr's
Ohio levee, corner Sixth struct and call I'.tr
If yon desire a souvenir made al'ler
your own designing, or any article of jewi I
ry nude to order in time for a Xmas pres
ent, consult Under, the jeweler. He hits
increased hi- f,nve of workmen, and is
working day and night to till the orders of
The electric liglif on steamer It, 1!.
isprittger, at our wharf last evening' was the
rinc?t show seen in our city, as when thrown
r.nrtii (i. D. illiiunsoii s store, tons of
iyt a-were, to be seen selling at prices to
suit all. Selects -ID cents, standard !!0
cents natilicals 'jr cents, by the single can.
The "Eight to Twelve Club" give their
lhinl party to-night at the St. Charles Ho
tel. There is every indication that this
Tvill lis the largest and best of the season.
The rules of the club regarding the time
Jot commencing ami closing will
h'.- ,ille;red to in this us in the other parties.
Wc uinitrstaud the price of tickeN ad
milting g'.'atleiuiu witli ladies, Iru been
jiluwd atone dollar, including supper.
- Wv acknowledge the receipt from the
u!bor, Sr. H. It'dger. of the beautiful
forts 'The old Willow Cradle tliat Kncked
ns to 8lc;),'' It is a splendid thing,
liotne mp; Mid must on its own mcriu be
:ume very popular. Among Mr. IHgcr's
lakiht and moKi populur songs we find
-IVlJld Chimney Corner," "How 1 Mis
Those Little Footstep" song und chnnm.
'How I mil lhv lllt! fuot'liM ol my ilurlln
uc u (air;
Hut I titter trwe tan bear h?r daurinn f,,, nlull
the Uilr." ,
"I am Huppr when You're is'em Mi"
Firrt Mcotlti"' mi other soiifr, nny h
iUoJ from thfi publishers, Speir &
U'?hrijJT, Itt Uroadway, Nw York.
BULLET IX ADVERTISERS.
WHO THEY AUK AND WHAT THEY
A COMI'I.ETE mst ok those w ho advehtise
IN THE i;i I.U:TI.N AM) W IIO JHI Ill'StXESS
IN THIS, TUlUVlNd l't.A('E I1KIKK AC
lOC.NTSOl' T11EIH VAKIOts 111! N( IIES OF
THADE AXI) IN1H STHY. (
The Ilci.i.ETiN is always glad to say a
good word for our eutcrprising and wide
awake business men and inform the thous
ands of its readers who' they are und in
what business they arc engaged. Most of
our notices arc necessarily briet on account
of the great press of other matter on our
columns. However, the statement is com
plete enough to perform its object.
c.o. r.vniKit & Co.,
who arc the proprietors uf the New York
Store, on the coiner of Nineteenth and
Commercial, at all times carry the largest
variety stock in the city. They do both a
wholesale and retail business and sell goods
as low as they can be bought at St. Louis,
Cincinnati or New York. ' Resides carry
ing a largo stock of groceries and dry
goods, the New York Store carries u com
plete stock of gents' clothing, boots, shoes,
liatsi caps, uotions, wooden, glass and
(picenswarc. The New York store is one
of the institutions of Cairo and a credit to
the city and its proprietors. Messrs. 'Patin
it Wolf are among our most energetic and
successful business men. They have been
residents of this city for a number of years,
and by fair dealing und strict attention to
business have gained the esteem and con
fidence of all our citizens, and haviug es
tablished a big business, will probably re
main citizens of this booming citv for many
a day to come.
(i. II. W M.I.IAMSO.N,
tin proprietor of the popular boat
store on fne levee is one of our most sub
stantial citizens and a business man of fine
qualities. His house is one of the oldest
in the city and has justly earned the title
of ''the old reliable." The stock of boat
stores and groceries it canies is alwuys
complete und fresh a fact which has not
only abtained for it a huge steamboat trade,
but also a large family trade iu this city.
For the accommodation of steamboats the
store is kept "pen day and night. Fresh
dairy and gilt, edge butter, oysters, und all
kinds of fruit, whin' in season, is kept on
hand and delivered promptly at residences
free. Ciipl. Williamson is a conscientious,
attentiv' and accommodating gentleman
and Ins constantly growing patronage is
evidence that his way of doing business is
AI.EXANOI'.ll COI NTY BANK.
A 1 thought his bank is comparatively a new
institution, it has during the years of its ex
istence enjoyed the entire confidence of our
people. It has lately taken possession of
the three story brick building on the cor
ner of Eighth street and Commercial its
business having grown to such dimensions
as to make its former (pun ters uncomfort
ably small. Its president is Mr. F. Rros.
a staunch Cenuaii. who is known to quite
all of our citizens as. a man of much prac
tical common sense, a shrewd financier and
the soul of honor. I'mlcr hiseaieful guid
ance and direction the bank has g'diied the
entire confidence of business men ut home
and abroad and an enviable stability. Mr.
P. NelV, one of our wealthiest citizens, is its
vice president: Mr. II. Wells, its cashier
and Mr. T. .1. K'-itli. the assistant cashier.
The bank is now an in.stittulioii that Cairo
feels proud of and justly too.
THE CITY NATION U. O WI,.
This bank, as is well known, is one of the
soundest and most reliable in the State of
Illinois. In saying this, we say a great
deal, but are keeping within the bounds of
truth. Its capital is $l((i.oou. The fol
lowing are its ofiicers: W. P. Ilalliday,
president; II. L. Ilalliday, vice president:
The president, Mr. H.illiday. h con
ceded, tin Statu over, to be a man of great
foresight in financial matters, ami n a busi
ness man judicious and prudent. This
bank is one ol the few that passed through
the great monetary panic of 1ST:! without
closing its doors for an hour, and its stabil
ity has never fur a moment been questioned
by the business c immunity who-e fullest
confidence it enjoys. '
A. M ll,
the proprietor of the boss c.htlhiiig lion st
ilt Southern Illinois, is a thorough master
of his business. His hoiiie is situated mi
Ohio levee, between Fourth and Sixth
strt!tts and does the largest business, of its
kind, iu Southern Illinois." Mr. Marx isa
man of long experience in his line, having
been in the clothing business as long us we
can recollect, lie doc, his own buying in
the Eastern njurkets, makes his selections
with care, and besides, buying the best
quality always secures the latest styles of
goods. His stock of gents' clothing und
furnishing goods, hats, caps, notion-, etc.,
are without qiieslion the eomplctest ever
brought to Cairo, and we guar tntee all who
patronize him prompt attention, courteous
treatment und a good bargain. We advise
all who have not yet purchased Christmas
gifts to give Mnrx a call.
I1A1U LAY IIHOS.
These gentlemen tire aiming our oldest,
most reliable and public-spirited citizens.
They have been in the drug business in this
city for a great number of yeuis and
through their Hue ability as druggists, close
attention to business and courteous treat
ment have secured n trade that is flattering
A large brick building on the
'".ec -three incs or,di basement are oe-
cupied with their wholesale business, and
the Uuder building on the corner of
Eighth and Washington contains tlmir
prescription store. Their stock embraces a
full line of drugs and chcmicles, till Btand
ard patent medicine, cigars, lamp fixtures,
puints, oils, white lend, brushes, etc., etc.
The purity of their drugs are questioned
by no man; the fact that drugs have been
obtained from them, is a sufficient guaran
tee tVr their purity. The firm Employs
only the most competent and careful drug
gists us assistants, and such a thing us a
mistake" has never occurred in filling pre
scriptions or order-.
,1. Ill llOElt.
I'.' I Commercial avenue, is one of the oldest
resident business men of this city and a
shrewd buyer and active salesman. His
stock consists of a complete line of staple
und fancy dry goods anil notions compris
ing a most elegant line of cull's and collars,
ladies', misses' ami children's hosiery,
gloves, underwear, corsets, ruches and the
latest tylcs of fancy ribbons, beautiful
black and colored cashmeres, etc. Mr. liur
ger employs a number of clerks who are al
ways kept busy und customers at his house
always receive courteous and prompt atten
tion. I5y strictly living up to his motto of
fair dealing to all, he has established a
trade second to none. Wo Olivine nil our
ladies to call on him, feeling satisfied
that thev will not be disappointed
in the bargains they will receive.
W. M. OAVinsON
Is the proprietor of one of the most com
plete hardware stores in this city situated
on Eighth street, between the avenues. Mr.
Davidson is in every sense a good citizen,
being energetic, public-spirited and con
scientious in all his dealings. His store is
packed full of every description of cooking
and heating stoves. manufactured
tin ware. farming implements,
mechanic's tools, wagon maker's and
blacksmith's supplies, line table and
pocket cuttlery in fact everything usually
found in a first-class hardware establish
ment. Mr. Davidson employs oniy compe
tent bauds iu his work-shop and guarantees
whatever leaves his house. His house is
the right kind to deal w ith.
The proprietor of this dairy is Mr. Walt.
Wri'dit a man known favorably to every
person in Cairo. Not quite a yrar ago Mr.
Wright conceived the idea that the delivery
of milk in sealed bottles would bp a decid
ed and acceptable improvement on the old
way of delivering milk. He at once carried
out his idea going into the dairy business
urn I delivering milk iu that shape. The
fluttering patronage with which lie ut once
met, and the increased demand for milk in
sealed bottles h is since amply demonstrated
to him that he has supplied a great public
demand. We have no space to enumerate
the numerous advantages of this
mode of delivery, but must content
otirself with saying that the milk is war
ranted pure ami that thirty tickets are given
for a dollar. ,
t . . w heki.ei:.
This gentleman, of the Cairo wood-yard,
situated on Tenth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, is now the
sole proprietor of thai concern. For years
Mr. Wheeler has demonstrated to the eiti-
ens of Cairo that he can furnish wood at 1 nir (ntlity ami has bad. for the few months
as low figures as nn body and by cmi- " l,lr" luaiiufictiired, an immense rim.
stautly giving 'full 'measure." has obtained Ivof-iuevei is one of our school din e-
the confidence of quite all our people, lie j 1111,1 :' public-spirited and valuable eit
has always on baud a large supply of Wood
. ii i ' I i .1 ii. it.! s -,i;u Ill, Is ,v ONI'I.I..
ol ail kinds, both cord and stove wood, but , .
makes a specially of llig Muddy cul,
which he sells in any quantity. Wood or
coal is d.'livered to any residence in the eily
free of charge.
vv . II. VIA HEW VI. o.
This gentleman, who is a Homeopathic
physician and surgeon, enjoys, although he
is one ol our new physicians, a wide and
enviable practice. He cane- to our city
highly recommended, but a in in of his
stamp readily proves his trim worth and
needs no ri-coiiiineudatiou. He is not oiiiv
one of our b "st ami reliable doctors, I nt i
also one of oitr be t citizens- taking a Iiv- (
Iy interest in matters of education andg n- j
end enterprise. His office is No. I 1(1 Cum- j
inereial avenii" and residence nt the coiner j
of Foiirteeiilh sticet and Washington uv- !
I U!. I.. VV . V III I l,o K, j
surgeon, is a oiuig mini j
energy iuni eulliUsiasin in his proles-ion,
lb-was raised in this city and enjoys tin
esi em, guild-will and confidence of qui u
all our people. As a dentist he ranks
second to none -having' hud many years
experience in this city jnid abroad. All
work entrusted to him redcives prompt mul
careful intention und iuvii'i.ibly gives ntis
faction t.1 hi patrons, Ills room, nt No,
room, nt No.
Iltil Coim ,.,,.,,.. l,i, i,-:.. i., i.
111 ' " ' gM1M
ami Miitli s-ie-is are eliinily tnrrutlictl ! house, m-ar the point. They are the pro-
Illld tilll' ln-oiile who have Ivor!, lo be .Ion..!. . i- .1... t. 1 1 '. 1IU
111 Ills line will Iind in. hlin an agreeable
ei-otleinan und his rates ieaMinable.
I.INl-.liVIt A- I.AXSlll N
Are luuoiigoiirolilesl und iibe. altorueys
ami they have been singularly itccessl'ul in
the practice ol (heir profi s.ion, Their
business extends through all the counties
comprising tli t- congressional district und
tin .V are invariably "counte.l in" on one,
side or the other in every ca-e of any im
porlnnce in this vicinity, Mr. Liucgir is a
mui of strong convictions ami alwavs
tal.i-s hold of a case with th" deterniinii
tioii to carry it through. While Mr, Line
gar js more of a criinlmil lawyer, Mr. Luiis
den is a Hue business lawyer of much till
i'tit. The 'firm Is one of the tililet ami
strongest in the city and the success which
bus attended it is fluttering indeed.
The number of important business und
criminal cases which this firm has success,
fully handled would fill a volume.
who is a notary public and conveyancer
and who has lug office with the Widows'
and Orphans' Mutual Aid Society, in Win
ters' block, is doubtless remembered by all
our people as one of our oldest citizens.
Mr. Lewis is a man of varied experience
and besides being one of the best business
men is a good judge of land and a wide
awake, enterprising citizen. He is ulso mi
attorney of much experience. Ilusiness en
trusted to him wiH receive the best nnd
most careful ntleution and we with much
pleasure recommend him lo the public as
an able, honest and courteous gentleman.
( HAS, jj, ST VAKT,
is the proprietor of one of the most pop
ular dry goods houses in this city. When
lie first opened in his present place of bus
iness, numerous .ind various were the ru
mors us to his outcome. Rut taking for Jo's
motto "honesty, quick sahs and small
profits" and strictly adhering to them, the
loud rumors were soon brought down to
mere whispers and very soon ceased to be
heard at till. Mr. Stuart, never deceiving
the people und never losing sight of hi
iimet'i very soon gained ici enviable pat
ronage und is now, after u few years, ac
knowledged lo be one of our most tiu-t-worthy
ami successful business men. He
uses printers ink liberally lets the people
know what he has for sale ajd whatever he
says in print he carries out to the letter.
His stock of dry goods, notions, etc., is
large, complete, varied and of the be.-t
quality, niul he and his attentive clerks
take pleasure in showing crimls even when
nothing is bought.
oEo. o'ii i;
the proprietor of the I'im-nix drug store, on
the (orner of Eighteenth stivd and Com
mercial avenue, is a thorough master of his
business, havinu' been, we" may say, almost
raised in a drug store. His stock of dries
is idways entirely new and fresh nnd of the
purest quality. His stock embraces a full
line oftlrugs and chemical, patent niedi
cines, toilet and fancy articles, etc.. etc.
He has in connection with his drugstore.
for the accommodation of our up town '
citizens, a first-class iic stand, on whicl
can be found till the latest newspapers and
periodicals of the day. Asa druggist. Mr.
O'Hara ranks second lo none. He has had
a large experience nnd the patrotige he i j
receiving amply attests the confidence our ;
citizens have iu his ability and infegtity.
E. Koiisi;;vki:. I
who has lately moved his slock of tobacco j
and cigars into the Ike Waldcr building on .
the coiner of Sixth stivei :m, Ohio h vee, 1
always carries a large stock of cigars and
tobacco of ail grades. Resides doing a
large wholesale business, he ha.-, perhups. ! COAI.IM:
the best run of custom in the retail line in i
the city. He has been euLi;Me,'l in tl(.. to
bacco business in this city for quite a niim
i i- i . i .i .
oei ot years mi i nas ooiumcii in tiiat one a
reputation as a handler of first -da-s tobai
eo and for fair dealing that is enviable and
llattering. He i ut present manufacturing
the five cent "Faultless" cigar which is ac
knowledged by all smokers to be ol a stipe-
I the insurance linn, w Inch has lost twooi
, its tin lit 1 )' i'si by death, is li-pp-sentcd b
j Mr. II. II. ( iinoec. The firm wus cstab-
I i-ht i I in 1'iS, represent i:iLr oc r !.", H.-
U'JO. It iiisiuvs ugniiist accident. cari;o.
tire, life, hull nod' live stock, and is by far
the most popnhir insurance firm in South
ern Illinois. Mr. Cand" a Chii-tinn
gentleman of means who has the fullest
confidence of our people -achieveil by his
strict attention to business and the prompt
payment ol nil losso. The oflice is in tin
City National I'aak buildiu:.. up stairs.
is the proprietor of the patent refrigerator
cars mid wholesale deider in ice. II" does
-an extensive bu-in -ss, having cars constant
ly on the road between this poiu'. New Or
leans and Little Hock. During the winter
mouths he dea! larji iy in i:ame, oysters,
elc, for which his place i-considered head-
i nartcisiii this cii. lie is an affable Li-n-
tleliiail and iMliall of Intlcll business talelil
and great energy, As n citizen he is uni
versally beloved and esteemed,
Than whom no city could nl for bi tier
citizens, oi- boa.t of in, .,- , nergetie and
careful business m. n. They do a large
cuntiiis-iiiri business in (lour, gram and hay,
' f. i. liandliiig ' which tlun- mmstatitly
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em piny ll lai'i,!' lorce ol liu-ll at UU'ir war'-"
' uiciois, 100, 01 me r.uypii.tii uom ma mm.-.
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1 I II a II SI lllltlltreil oil I 01- .'i noil 1 . in re e
! ,i.:s ,1,.,.. fti.,. the owners of valuable salt
and coal llli ties nt St. .lohns, both of which
employ a large fore- of laborers. They lire
timoiig our oldest und wealthiest eiti.ens,
public-spiritetl. energetic and fiiceessful,
mul enjoy more tluui tiny other linn, the
confidence, nnd rsteem of the citizens of
Cairo nnd surrounding coimlry. A lack of
space forbid us from giving a more ex
tended notice of this firm and Its doings.
A tli'iii, though not us old ns nontu others,
do not stand Imck of any in any respect.
p oNl'INCKB "N TUttlU r.iu.
hi Selecting a Christmas Gill lor Father, I.rotluor, Son or
Lover, remember that soiiietliiiiii" in the way of an
(l JLM.UBO VAUl
A Nobby Pair of Pantaloons, a half dozen Dress
Shirts, a nice Suit of Underwear, a dozen nice
Linen Handkerchiefs, even a Nobby Scarf, a nice
Scarf Pin, a Silk Umbrella, a pair Silk embroid
ered Suspenders, would be very acceptable and
beautiful Christinas Oift.
lit'inemlfpr this is the Liveliest ( lothini; lloioe in South
ern lllinoir. Don't buy amjhiiit: worn by man or boy wit! -out
lirst seeiim' Priees at the most Copuiar Clothinir JIoim
The Onlv I5o.
CIIIMSTMAS Ai' H AND,
And it finds. I. IU IIOKR. the Dry Oood,
of Ladies' and Oeiit's Ties -the largest ever
Liieai Cuffs and Collars, Ladies', Mi.-scs and Children's Hosiery. (Hove-, I'ndi twear, (:,,,-.
set-. i:m lie,aiid the latest styles of Fancy Ribbons, Rcaut:t'ui Riuck nnd Coh.-r.-d Cs-h-inere-:
mo Cloaks, $l..0 to 1U, woiih fll: an e'egatit m' Dolmans for the Iov.e..t
pi ices. Now is the time to buy your Chri-tm-js e,,,,,!.. ;. ,;.,,,! advertise whv. tv
j will not do. Call und examine our .-took .
.1. I U I IGKK,
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-THK KLKCTIMC CLEANSE!!.--
HAS NO Kul'AL KOK dKNKItAL HoL'K tLhAMN(;
rnieosKs. koi; washing cloth k
VOW THK liATH. ArC. tC.
For Cleaning pa!ui, Yarai-hcii sutfuei
Marble, Pianos, Sew I ji ir Machines, t'lirrt:' i;r .
( ut ( ;ias, ( i'ebi ( ias Fix:
r'-aililv. Ac. Ai .
'-: P. i mow s
KOI; CSKASA MslNTKiTANT
A ny I liitiK S)slc(l l- Oil. ! Ci I iKAl!, 1 v I- lie.-? 01 5 -u
oil Mark.-, or ly 1 Mi t ol any kiiui. it w ill eh an
'WITHOUT SO.A U Oil' W.A T KK.
.1 W t s, I I.', I liAI.IM .'Ml'.-, I .;ir l:-. ,
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