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Tin Auli. iv property on llollitnnk ave. Clt'ii
ia inn.) ti'ii.ut. M.J.Iioui.hy. K. h. a gnu.
Mc'Hus lion..' nu ntli Hiivct; tu'lwo?ti Wulu'.it
a ltd tVdnr. nil :n k'uml oouilitioti. l.olc n-nidfni-v of
T. Vlutvnt l-'nr D.irtlriiiam apply nt my rvfiiU-ui-o
eu t!ii i'in..T iii' tun! Wrtlm.r hlrei'l.
Mil, C. ItlilUAI'ii.
Owniiiih mill :irc'MHprs of ml ctftto In Cairo
tdinuM I"' un; thi'v Iwvi- n pxnl C It It?. 1 m now
Iirvpiiivd t.i l'nrilieh'lwlraot at ri-uitotiHlilo ruli'.
tltii,f iu Court Mount.1.
A H'tunlitm ill prlv.te laiuily liy a Indy to w,
or '( in tiji-cniv iml iUKiriu-iiim of siinill chil
dren, or WiH ilo I'.ght bourni work Cood rli'rncK.
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Antnu.i.-.inr thi" First AppuMiire In UiH C'itv
In Tiifee V('itf of
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B11ILL1ANT CUM STARS.
VAKIKD FKATl'ltK Ol'' MKIUT.
IVuil'ii'.ul S;'a'o of Family Pricw Ailoptml!
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Scra't Siu'nal C'oru. I'. S. A.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
l'.XTItRED AT THK POST OFFICE IX CAirtO. IL
LINOIS, A 9KC0NI)-l'LAM MAITK'I.
OFFICIAL PAPKROF ALKXAXDUI! COUNTY.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
AilviTtisi'ineuti in lcul column 10 cunt!)
per line, each insertion.
Beautiful i:iusic st:uiW and niariile lop
funcy tables at Kurd's.
-U'.'a.I the notice of "do'' lost'' iu a:i.all
Miss r.muia s'c'iultz, of Graa l Tciwer,
U in thi; city visiting relatives.
Order your New Year cards from Jiik
Bcllltln. Call and '( the styles.
Henry C. Lent, i iu Cairo, from Pudu
fah anl will spend tin; hollidays witli his
A haliy ha- been horn unto Mr. Will
De.uuia niotlier aad ( hild iluinp; well. We
Mr. Jolm E.Mann, supciinteiidi'ut of
the Mississippi Central ruiiroad, was a guest
at the St. l.'liiirles yesterday.
We regret to learn that Mr. Put Clvuey's
3'ouugest child is very berioiisly ill (if pneu
monia. Dr. Gordon is attending it.
Miss Fannie Pitcher and mother, who
have been spending throe or font' weeks iu
!Ncw York City, are at home auaiu.
A great variety of brackets, clocks,
shelves, writing desks, ic, just opened at
Ford's, and will be nld very low, for cash.
Lime is a scarce article in this city
Vist now. Soinu of our plasterer havo
been compelled to send to St. .Louis there
Miss Dellie Davidson, of Villa Hidgo
who lias been in the city for the past week,
Tisitiust relatives, left for Iht home yestcr-
The Delta boys will give a grand ball
on New Year's night, to which all well dis-
inwd nersons arc cordially invited. See
notice m another column.
-The St. Charhs Hotel hm a new sh-w-rd,
a Mr. O'Ncil, who lias been steward for
lvith the Ltr.tieU il-'tel of 8t. liOuia and t!io
PoHb vly'H v.i uf Memphis.
Two women (c) tor oflVnutae conduct,
K'fun; fuiro Pufiiiostui, was the only case
in our police courts yestcrJay. They were
iVxialssed for want of evidence.
"Ladles', if you want to give your hus
band n fine New Year' ' present, go to E.
V. Ford's and get one of those haiuhonic
foot rests with box attached for slippers.
Wo'have in Tin; Bii.lktix office a
superfluous article iu the way of n line new
safe, and not having a superfluity -of cash
, to put iu it, wo are willing to exchange it
with some one that tins, etc. etc.
Smokers seem to have lot none of
their interest in a first-class cigar at a low
price. The s' of the "Faultless" live
cent cigar grows larger every day. Sold by
F. Korsmeyer, Ohio Levee corner Sixth
The non-appearance of the lion. F. M.
Youngblood nt tho meeting of the Ueform
Club Friday, was owing to tho illness of
that gentleman. He is an able and elo
quent talker and we hope our people may
have the pleasure of hearing him nt no dis
The electric light on steamer It. H.
Springer, at our wharf last evening was tho
finest show seen iu our city, tis when thrown
upon G. D. Williamson's store, tons of oys
ters were to be seeu selling nt prices to suit
all. Selects 40 cents, standard 00 cents,
nauticals 2r) cents, by the single can.
Make a note of, and attend the auction
sale elf the Henry Well's property, Hoi
brook avenne, on New Year's day. Terms
of sale are easy. Messrs. Easterday Ai Co.,
(our genial Circuit Clerk and M ister in
Chancery, John Reeve is the Co.) Real Es
tate Agents, havo the sale in charge and
will be pleased to'answer all queries.
The heavy ice iu the Mississippi pre
venting steamers from reaching St. Louis,
all the freight now sent South goes by rail
and much of it is transferred from the curs
to the steamers nt this point. And this
transferring is done, in great part, by our
draymen. We were yesterday told by om
it' them that ho had, on Sunday last,
cleared nine dollars, and many others had
done the same.
Chief La Hue and Officer Schuckcrs on
Sunday, we believe, caught the negro who
appropriated to himself seven or eight of
Mr. A. Rlaek's one dollar bills. On the
thief's person were a'lso found the keys, in
cluding the safe key, which Mr. John Mc
Nulty had lost and for which lie advertised
in Tub Bulletin. The supposition is that
the fellow went into McXulty's store and
itole them from the counter.
A white st runner yesterday walked up
to Jim Ross1 show window and very cooly
knocked a pane of glass out of it. Officer
Schuckeis was nt once on hand to arrest
the smasher, but he volunteered to pay lor
it and asked Mr. Ross the price. Upon be
ing informed that it would cost him a dol
lar and a half, he paid it, and thinking
window breaking at thatra'c cheap tun, he
insisted on breaking another pane at the
The new international postal card, is
sued November 1st, is of very pretty design
and can be sent to all parts of Europe,
China, Japan and Brazil. At the top ot the
can! are the words, "Universal Postal Un
ion,'' which are repeated in French in
smaller type. Then the words. 'Tinted
States eg' America." which are also repeated
iu French. The stamp is a well designed
head of liberty, having on each side the fig
ure '"J" and the words "L S. postal card."
We were yesterday inlonned that the
Globe-Democrat' statement to the tllVct
tliut our fellow citizen Mr. M. W-. Mathews
had Jiroken his leg was untrue. Mr. Sprout
yesterday received a postal card from Mr.
Mathews' physician, stating that that gen
tleman had only received several bad
bruises and that no bones were broken.
The postal further stated that Mr. Mathews
would in all probability resume his journey
to Ottawa to-night. This news will be re
ceived with pleasure by Mr. Mathews'
Sunday night two strangers put up at
the Waverly House and the houe being
crowded, the proprietor thereof was com
pelled to ijivc them a bed in n room that
wm already occupied by two other gentle
men. In the morning when the late ai rivals
awoke they found their comrades already
gone and with them their pocket books
They at once notified the proprietor, who
caught one of tl.e fellows to he wus leaving
the house. The, money this fellow hue!
about him was taken from him, leaving our
late arrivals only $2.50 out.
--On Sunday evening last, nt about 7 :!10
o'clock, Mr.. Julius Serbian found a thief
meandering around in his dwelling and
gave him a sound beating. The fellow was
tall and of slim build and had, when he was
detected, already obtained a goodly amount
of Mr. Serbian's best clothes and oilier val
ttables. After Mr. Serbian had given the
fellow a sound beating he started with him
to the lock-up, but upou reaching the side
walk officer Monroe"Wootten made his np
pearaiice and the thief was handed over to
him. The fellow told the officer that he
had secured the entrance by the front win
dow. On his person, upon being searched
ut the jail, was found a live dollar coin, the
property of Mr. Serbian, lie was too had
ly benten up to appear for trial -yesterday.
having received a very severe blow on the
bond. His hearing will probably come oil'
At uoou yesterday quite an excitement
was caused up-town by u strange white
man chasing first two tit the sKtcrs of the
hospital and afterwards putting ufter a
couple of girl', on Walnut street, in the
neighborhood ol the hih school building
The girls ran Into Mm. Woottcn' gr.U'ery
for protection and Officer Wnotten, being
thus notified, 4t once went in search for the
causer of the disturbance. Ho had hidden
behind one of the-posts of- the scliool house
fence and iu looking around it to see if an
officer was after him, Wootten saw him.
Then a lively chase ensued, the fellow tak
ing to his hecks with a tleetucss that show
ed him to be a sober man. After running
hither and thither he finally reached Wash
ington avenue and passing Metcnlf's store,
he jumped into the alley between Mrs. Bri
Imck's Iioum? nnd Mr. Richard Fitzgerald's
saloon, where he was caught. He then pre
tended to be drunk, but Officer Woollen
soon convinced him that he had to walk, to
the lock flp, which he finally did. The
fellow would give no excuse for his con
duct. His trial will come oil' to-day.
Some time ago Mr. Jas. Cheeney lost a
horse and the supposition is that, during
the night, it was taken Iroin his stable. At
any rate the stable was found empty and
no trace could be found of the horse until
a few days ago when a man came to him
and told him that for ten dollars he would
return the horse to him. Mr. Cheeney ob
tained some idea from this man as to where
his horse was and told him that the returner
of his properly, 110 matter who that was,
should have n reward of ten dollars. But
strange to say this man never returned, but
Mr. Cheeney believing he now knew when!
his horse was, ho la-4 Sunday sent Olliecr
Monroe Wooten about seven miles up the
country to find, if possible, its whereabouts.
But while Wooten was up the country, the'
1'el.low who had the horse was evidently in
formed that an officer was after him. At
any rate he brought the horse down, deliv
ered it to Cheeney and obtained Ids ten dol
lars reward while officer Wooten was yet in
Till'. K. M. K. C. AND TU KI It HKNIil'IT TO-NIlillT-
Wll IT SIIOl'I.O lii: A St.XTKss.
To-night the minstrel and burlesque dra
matic entertainment under the auspices and
for the benefit of the Mystic Krew, takes
place at the Atheueum.
The question might arise, among the un
informed who arc the Mystic Krew f or
Using a slang phrase, "what is hi" In re
sponse, the informed would say, that it was
an 'organization composed of some of the
most energetic and enterprising young men
to be found in. the city. Their Mardi Gras
and F.oiirth of July celebrations have
brought more business into the city, it will
be admi'ted, than all other society celebra
The amateur ambition that will appear
to night are not strangers to the people of
this ainusement-loving community. They
have, iu the past, been commended by the
most critical audience that was ever at
tracted to the Atheueum. and they will
iiuparc favorably with most of the crack
troupes that grace the boards of this city.-
The writer happened to attend several of
their rehearsal, and i Wchjg possessed of a
superfluous amount of dramatical egotism
himself i will bear testimony that they are
grand and nood, and those who are fortu
nate enough to be present will witness a
lit'-t rati; and superb entertainment. The
krew is over a hundred dollars in debt, and
we know of no better way for our people to
assist them than to attend the entertain
ment to-night. Wo sincerely hope and he-
peak for them a full house and a heavy
purse sutl'K'iently hi avy to out-weigh their
A. M. L. t'ONCKUT.
Tho-c who attended the Plantation Con
cert, given by the members of the A. M. E.
church, at the Atheueum last night were
lavish in their praise of the elforts of nil
connected with the affair. The concert.
which consisted of songs sung by the col
ored people in the days of slavery proved a
capital hit, and was the best thing of its
kind ever presented to a Cairo audience, The
plantation life among the colored people
was well shown and was undoubtedly the
richest and truest ever present Iu the Athe
ueum and called forth repeated tipplaiue.
Elder Perkins, under whose management
the concert was given is a man who has had
much experience in the conducting ol this
kind ol amusements and certainly covered
himself with credit last night. Since the
concert was for the rebuilding of the A. M.
V.. chinch, we hope and trust that a hand
some sum was realized.
DITIILZ IIKNKim T.
This very excellent minstrel company
played to n large, highly pleased audience
at the Academy of Music last evening
The overture and ballad singing tire selec
tions of gein-i, and the olio which fallows is
full of fun ami music. Tho comedians
are ot tho best men in tho business, Two
or three new orignal burlcques were pre
sented hist evening, and the enthusiasm of
the undiencc knew no bonds. -- Cloveland
Ni:V VIC.Mt's DANCE.
The Delta City Fire Company will givn a
Bocial dance ut their engine house Thurs
day evening, January 1st. All well dis
posed people are cordially invited to attend.
Tickets 50 cents.
- The electric light on steamer R. R.
Springer, at our wharf last evening was the
finest show seen iu our city, its when thrown
upon G. D. Williamson's store, tons ol 'oys
ter were to be "seen selling nt prices to suit
till. Selects 40 cents, htnndard 110 cents,
nauticals S5 cent, by the single can.
Si uscnint, tor the Wi;i,ki.y Bi'i.i.rn.v f i r
1 30, f J.OO pi r amium.
WHO Tlir.Y Altfc! AND WHAT TIIBY DO (OX
TlXUliDFnoU LAST WLDNKSDAY'S 1SSUB.
IIt. W. C. .IOCEI.YX,'
One of our most popular dentists', has an
elegant suit of rooms on Eighth street, near
.Commercial avenue. He i9 a gentleman in
every parftouhir, who thoroughly under
stands his profession and whose years of ex
perience in, and close attention to all that
pertains to dentistry, has enabled him to
establish for himself a reputation in our
community which is enviable. His rooms
are fitted up iu a really splendid style and
are supplied with all the necessary machine
ry, tools, etc., required by an expert for
pulling old teeth, manufacturing new ones,
Wo cheerfully recommend Dr. Jocelyn as
one of the best dentists in our city nnd
have no doubt that he never loses a cus
tomer after oncu having had dealings him.
III.NK1.K ,v MOllKi:
havo now for several years carried on an ex
tensive business on Commercial avenue.
They are proprietors of the tobacco ware
house and pork packing establishment. It
is a firm whose popularity extends through
Kentucky and Missouri as well us Illinois,
and which has done much to increase
Cairo's commerce. Their business draws
the stock and tobacco raisers to our city
from far aud near, who were formerly com
pelled to find a market for their produc
tions elsewhere. In the tobacco season
they do a heavy business, receiving and
selling hundreds of hogsheads daily, yet
keeping their extensive warehouse constant
ly full. When this is over pork packing
begins. Thousands of porkers find their
way here from the country mound and are
"sent to that bourn from whence no traveler
returns." A large number of men and
teams are constantly employed in killing
and transferring them lo the warehotie,cut
ting them up, rendering lard, etc. 1 1 ink U
tfc Moore are one of those firms who tire a
credit to any city and upon whose success a
city's prosperity depends.
c. w. IIKXDKUSOX,
dealer in hardwure, stoves and tinware, oc
cupies the large brick building on the cor
ner of Twelfth street and Washington
avenue, lie keeps a large aud complete
stock at all timcA Any and everything
from a paper of tacks to a stepladder, from
an egg-beater to a "Charter Oak" stove can
be litid there. Mr. Henderson has been in
business here for many years and is so well
known that anything complimentary from
us is superfluous. But for the benefit r f
outside readers we will add, that he is an
enterprising, reliable, experienced business
man, who i.s ready at all times to "do unto
others as he would have them do unto
him." He is able to give orders from
abroad prompt attention aud wifl always be
found ready to compete with any house in f
or out of the city. While much of his
success in the past is due to his enterprise,
watchfulness, integrity, etc, yet, he has
been a liberal advertiser and, no doubt, rec
ognizes that a one of the unises of his
At. .1. JIOWLLV
is tin.1 oiliest real estate agent in tiie city.
His business is the most extensive of its
kind aud extends to every parted' the town.
He is u young man who ha-, lived here
from his boyhood, and who I: is always en
joyed the highest esteem of our people. In
all dealings with his patrons he always
shows a pleasant disposition and none can
say might against his iutearitv. Sn much
has he engrafted himself in t ic confidence
of our property holder--, iu tin- . ity us well
as iu the country, that he ha-, now under
his control about as much as he can utlend
to. His rout roll and list of lands to sell,
lease, etc., is probable the largest that anv
firm of the kind could boast of iu years
gone by, and to sty that lie i- wvytiiy of all
he has so far received ami all lie may, nnd
undoubtedly will receive in !.c future, is
but expressing a truism which all who en
joy a personal acquaintance with hitu verily.
dealer in. and manufacturer of boots and
shoes, on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth strc-ts is on old resident of
Cairo, aud has through year e f hc;i' st la
bor and honest dealing, succeeded in gain
ing a position in the foremost rank i f our
numerous dealers iu that article of man's
necessaries. He has always on hand n full
assortment of goods iu his line aud is nblo
to compete with any dealer as to price or
quality. Besides being a punctual and en
ergetic business ma.i, he is a good workman
aud nn excellent citizen, whu !,as ideiitiiied
himself with Cuiio's interests, and has done
his part in the numerous improvements that
have taken place iu our city within the past
few years. He buys his leather fivm tuc
lirst hands, pays cash theivfor and thus ob
tains the best article at the lowest price.
His stock of ready made boots and shoos is
always complete- and our citizen-, who i.eed
goods in his line, should not fail to iviiKiu
real estate agents, have tin ir '.'ve ". the
court house, and although the fun is new
the gentlemen composing it are
well known citi.un and that
their business has in so short a
time assumed the proportions it has, is am
ple proof that our people, especially out
real estate owners, have fuil confidence in
them. Without intending to detract lr- in
anyone, wo must say that they arc un a who
inspire wllh confidence whenever may hi;
brought In a business relation with them,
and that they de-erve the gr-afe-tl l!:i liu 'a!
In Selecting n Christmas (Jilt forgather, Brother, Sou or
Lover, remember that sometiiiii' in the wavol'nu
A Xobhy' Pair of Pantaloons, a half dozen Dress
Shirts, a nice Suit of Underwear, a dozen nice
Linen Handkerchiefs, even a Nohhy Scarf, a nice
Scarf Pin, a Silk Umbrella, a pair Silk embroid
ered Suspenders, would be very acceptable aud
beautiful Christinas Gift. ,
nememher this is the Liveliest Clothing Iltm-e in South
ern Jllinoir. .Don't buy anything worn by man r boy with
out tiiNt eeinu' Trices at the most Popular Clothing IIuiiso
" M A. R X,"
Tlu Only Boss. OJ OliioLevee.
:li:C O A L I N PJ !;
ME EliECTHIC CLEANSE!.
HAS NO Kqi' Ah FOR dENKRAL H O US K C L h A X I N ( r
ITRl'OSES. FOR WASHING CLOTHES,
FOR THE RATH, &('., AC.
For Cleaning iViint, Varnished SurfiM
ili. PinniM. sv,...-,,,,, f . i -.l.;,,,. t v., r,,
Ca F:ti: n
FOR FSE AS A DISINFECTANT :
Anything foiled lv Oil. or O IILJASK.hv l-'lies or'IV-i
t-il .Mavlior ly Dirt ol any kiml.ir, will .-lo:m
V I T II O U T S O A I O 11 Y A T K li
To Wfc. rKa Coai.im: C'..ii a.-. - : '.r... .:; I mi!;;.. .0 ' f :-; ;
f"r It. It U certaiclv ciieriur ', m; n ' m-i-r .i-j-l r.i..:!, n..;
r.iin l':ii)r;c.i wiihwl la.'u-ln? tin- i.-xoir- or rbnainj 1 1-' ,.,i! : It
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v a-'ij( n ceri'.ii'.lnir, eli-iinlrj glue-, fi! i-.-r. 1
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lilTl ThK ONLY Wcuiu C'.t-
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l;i; hK t'l-it i c'a'3'.d f-,i it.
t have us -d :-oa'iu- ln!onn t.e .!! . ofu-.s:i;e. !.cr-- dir is liit. e. and if umstt.v tti-au
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efli-.lf.-Ci-u-.ra'.iv til., A-.:mt lit 1. H. 1. BILLS. Percwia I;iit h'tvp. I. ( . I'.. V
All li'l:iur Rrotem will Iihv.- :. r.nd tu;.;.': Ihei; r.utf nur-ic u u d.i. It i. tiw a:nl
lie nl ml linn-, el,tuii.i:'c ut
ll;ud;i of Fawiltois will Cull ami (it! n Ssiiiiplc, Free lor Tiitil. at our Sk-im
OHIO I.KVEE. I C' lUj I A j. .dlv aIi!nstcn Avttiur
OH1.HSTMA.S AT H AND,
And if !;:. !' UUtOKR. t!ie Iry Ooods
of Ladies' r.ti l l tnf's Ties the largest ever
Lineti Cut!' mi 1 Cedars. Ladies Misses and
sel l, P.nc!.i uir.1 the l itest i-tylrs of Fancy
meies; UM1 Cloaks, $t."0 tc i;0, worth
piieen. r.v,v i' t!ti time to luiy your Ciiris'.ui'fs goods
will tn.'l il '. Ca',! mid. p.VAinino our stock.
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OF THE WOULD !
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