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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17,1871,
flrTn. itu.vois central n. n.
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CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
wklv Packet for Pa'IuoaIi, Eransvllle and l,ou
Mllle, the favorite "learner,
T. O. BV.1t.lX, Mailer.
eaves Clro e very SATUDKAY at a o'clock p;m.
For freight or pawage apply on board or to
JAN. IIIOOS, Ak'.
OAIKO AND PADUOAH
MAIL no AT.
The splendid steamer
Joe Fowler, Mauler.
Oilro HtliV, (Suiliji excepted) at
For fraUhtor p-9 apply on board or
JA8, niUN, Ag't.
FOR SALE, ) For sal FOR SALE,
' I For Bale I
FOR SALE. J KofrlaiSlFOR SALE.
Faro from LtVBitrooL,
Faro from Londonderry
Faro from Glasoow,
JFaro from Queenbtown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $48-20
Biflord, Morris - Ca
Liverpool New-TotV ahd Phlladllphla
ma omatcT with emtio tiii-id iiitiiu
For Carrying .the Mailt.
FOll PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcuTHia lsrcauiTio
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
H Broadway, New-York, or to
II. II o up t,
Washington ATenue, Cairo. bois. 51
TheCornmerclat Hotel will be rented onfavor-
"-". i -envoi Rive immediately. Ap
jAj to (ocVtt) O. WINSTON.
Tho ltrjre nod aomtnitou tiviitnn rtuuo
ailualed on Klshlli l,eiween Wnlniil nml Wash.
iKjton (appoaitelho J'reabylcrinn Church) Is for
rant. For tennis etc., aimfy to
T110J1AS, (iltEU.V Ac ALDEN,
fccticif Ohio bevew, Cairo, Ilia
Th Illinois Central Hail Iload Compiny now
ofterforaale tho following described lola In Kirs
Addition to the City of Cairo, Tit :
AK 27 block 20. Lot 21 block F.
I " 20, " 27 ii,
" t ' Si, ' 2S " Si,
" 6 'I Si, 31 " Si.
" S " Si, " 3i ' Si.
SorUrmi.tUs. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
I'll YNICI ANN'
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
RISIDESCE-Xo. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
twn Wuhingion avenue and Walnut Blrett.
Offlcn-lil Commercial avenue, up alalrs.
V. W. DUNNING, M. D.
raiDKNCE-corner.Vinth and Walnut sta.
Ntiia eornp,. Mirth btraA, Bn.l ni.u ,
mce houn-from 0 a.m. to U m.. and u n.m
K. S. BHIGHAM, 31. 1).,
OrricB, 130 COMMKIXIAL-AV.,
d.VH4 'J,',",r!L' 6 !2 10 Mi 1 10 3 1 '"I. Ileal,
ileuca ao. II Ninth Hreet.Calr III. decOlf.
ALLK.V, MULKEY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
li 'J.Aiien, i
OFKICE-Qm FltBt National Bank, Ohio Levee,
GREEN k GILBERT,
MlleaF.OilUrt, ' j
M1bu.V.B.,.,Cn '" 10 AdMlltll, ..d
OFFICI oniOTv. .
r.i. J ","WJMS ' AND B OTXR
i&xtisasst'ssit w ,!
.. i iha at. alyl.JVl Job m7? ,"or"
ow one of the, ino.tT.'j'fi'" VJP.
mpily..n,i"bi Vt" e oi .'.
l.rt K'sJ." !. from Iba amallilt
iklca U.m .V,1.',nmo1tl' Po"r. and a'Y "
J0. 11, OlIKHLTA fx
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Tht Only JVril-Clau IToute i (;,e q;,
liagvage conreyid lo ami from Din Hei,0
MUSLINS, PRINTS, SHAWLS, ETC.,
O.i.i ot the moat attractive ill tdl.il of
In tl.e city.
COMMERCIAL, AVENUE, 1IETWEBN KttlllTII
AND NlNTII STREETS,
ha every available space In till store roum Shed
iew hoous. ma moeK i com
plelo, comprising n beautiful
rniNT8, rleached and uniileached
MUSLINS, COTTON FLANNELS, ETC,
A splendid nrrny ott
Among which nrn tlio
XcwmI nnd Mont I'niililoiinlilc
Colors nnd Materials.
Ho lias a largo stock or
on hand, winch lie will cloo out at n low figure
Oforo the holidays are over.
The ladlei will find a largo asiortmcnt of
which villi be sold henper than anything of the
kind over auld In Cairo.
Mr. Ilurger hai laid in nn immense atock of
BOOTS, tHO KB, RIB DONS, NOTIONS, NECK
which he will sell cheaper than tht cheapest,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL nURIi, President;
IIOBEUT W. MILLER, Vlco-Proldent s
C. N. HUGHES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
TJIXCIIANflE, coin, bank noted nnd United
jjj Miates aecuntlea bought nnd sold.
Inlrrett Allowed on Timo I('ohIIh.
Alir.llHAHljl. IIWI-.I.I.INO, containing four
. rnom, itoml nut lmua iuiii oilier cmi -
bo solil on rr on iblo ti'rms. Ai.
llrvi. CUIIKT MgllU'i'lllll lf.i Av'nl.
And Dealer in Foreign nnd Doinrntio
WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
07 Ohio Levee,
Between Ninth ami Tenth Street,
I'nblKlicil every munilng, Monday ex.
Phil. Howard has on Jinnd some of
tho finest bjcf ever slaughtered in this
city. It makes one's mouth water to gazo
Mr. William F. l'ltohur is now can
vassing tho city for subscriptions to She
lnm and Upton's history of tho great
Chicago lire. The work, Is a good one
and will Im read wit'i interest.
The committee of arrangements of tho
Rough and Ready iiro company uru mnk
ing grout preparation for their annual
New Year's night ball. Neither timo nor
expense will bo spared lo mako it a grand
Yesterday was n livolv day on the
lovoe. There were crowds of people mov
ing to and fro from curly in tlio morning
until lato In tho evening. Tlio draymen,
teamster;, and everybody olso seemed to
Havo just received a nlco lot of
Gold and Ivory
Just recelvod from Molroie Plant
250 bbls. new plunatlon molasses,
100 half bbls. "
2&0 hhds. now ' sugar,
Which we offer to tho trade at low figures.
aoc. 10-u-lw. D. litmus Son.
Mr. V. M. Marcus, of ono of tin
Pliilaaolphln boll manufacturing os
UbUibmeats, 1ms arrived in this city
'a chnruo of tho nnw hll .,..,, i
ctil for the church of tlio Redeemer,
. w Hts luvvnvn nut-
w-h will b hung in the belfry some
mil ."T1...- .... "
It would U u aourcuiif irtliinii,in tr.
v ,u way omciiuii io un0w jmt how ofilce
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llouersLnn rlltnnfeil ,.r ,1.,. ...
arrested by him two or threo t,l,.),u in.
T,t . L. .. ...1 . . . ""-v.,
im uiuooooso, tiikcn out in tho
...u...,i,K uui not lahtn bejorc eiilur of
maturate, for Mai. Thoy
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Biiutt rialoon," No. 07, Ohl
A. Susniikn, proprietor, ! oin'of tho limit
popular places of resort In tlio city. Tho
bar is eupplynd will) nil tlio cliolca brmulrf
of wliic, llijuors nnd cigars. Tlio snloon
is nlwnys clcniuiiid tidy, 11 ml thobnrtcuder
n polite nnd courteous gentlcmnn.
Tliu ltudot Rrothcrs, cornors I'llglitli
street nnd Wnsliinglon nvotiuc, liavo re
ceived a brnn-now lot of tlio latest-styled
brenst-pins, cnr-rlngs, flngor rings, brnc
lets, watches, clocks, etc., utid, invito tlio
public to call nnd inspect tho stock. They
nro also ngents for tlio Davis' sewing iiib
cliino, llttrdettorgnnsnnd St. Louis pianos,
nnd offer to tlio public tlio best bnrgnins to
bo obtained at any plnco in Southern Ill
inois. Mr. II. Lovy, whllo on n business trip
to southuiist Missouri, visited Syxton, from
which nlnco ho nccompnnlod n friend to
look nftor soma trnps that had been set n
few (Jnys before In 0110 of them was found
n largo catamount, which Mr. L.
purchased from tho owner of tho trnp, nnd
will brlngj to town in n few days. Tho
hideous thing is about four und it half fuel
in length and weighs about sixty pounds.
Wo havo no hesitation In recommend
ing William Ehlcrs, boot nnd shoo maker,
n worthy of most liberal patronngo. Wo
know whereof wo speak wlion we say his
work is dono in u mixstorly manner at tho
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of stock, nml ho ennnot bo oxcollod in
tho dellcnto task of making nn exact fit.
Glvo him n cull nt his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington nvcnuo nnd
Poplar stroet, nearly opposllo tho court
house, and wo will guarantco satisfaction.
It will bo rommbercd that to-night
thoro will bo a performance by "Thalia,',
for tho benefit of tho Gorman school
society. Tho society is in need of money
whorcwith topay tho tcachor of tho school,
buy fuel to koop tho scholars wnrm, and
sundry other purposes. Tho German
school is nn institution in which our
citizens should tnko a pride, and as it is
seldom they nro called upon to aid it, tho
society havo n right to expoct a rousing
benefit on tills occasion.
Mr. Samuel Walters, the lumber deal
er, is the owner 01 1110 ngni ior aicxmiuit
county, Illinois, and of Mississippi county
Missouri, for n now patent window slide.
This arrangement Ij, without doubt, tho
most convenient articlo of tho kind now
in use. IJ y it tho top sash may bo lowered
without interfering with the lower sash,
or tho lower can bo raised without molest
ing tlio upper sash ; or both can be adjust
ed at tho samo time. Mr. Walters has a
window in working order, at his oflico at
tho lumber yard for inspection by
thoso who wish to examine it.
It appears that pickpockets havo been
at work again in tils'! city. It is alleged
that a gentleman hailing from Nashville;
Illinois, was robbed ono night injtho early
part of lul week, of some thrco hundred
dollars, while entering a car on the night
train on tho Illinois Central railroad, at
Cairo. Another man is said to have been
robbed of one hundred dollars In money
I nnd u Tn'ilroivil ticket It. ircmi .iraiiM
1 Tiiurouu ticutt. it acorn niriuigi
Llinl tlllut, roltltrrin- m.t'or ,., tr. l.r
for nearly a week after it is alleged they
wore committed. Nono of tho ofiiccrs oi
thu city, so far as wo know, wcro apprised
of tho robberiei at tho timo and none of
them bcliovo that there wcro pickpockets
then in tlio city.
It Is true that Ulunkenburg's Excol
sior saloon is now one of tho institutions
of tho city. All drinkers who liko roally
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
otc go to tho Excol-ior saloon,' whicli is
fitted up in splondid stylo. Ulunkcnburg
who knows how to keep n saloon, spreads
a fine freo lunch every morning and eve
ning, nnd, as ho forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." Ho
has employed tho services of n flrst-roto
piani-t, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in ono ond of tho saloon
speak out in musical tonos. Everybody
Is invited. Tho host order Im maintained,
und all improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the Excolsior snloon
s at tho corner of Washington avenue nnd
Ono of tlio carpenters engaged in put
ting the roof on tliu now (iormnn Catholic
hurch, met with an ncciJent yestorday
t li ut caiiio near miding him lo his Inst
account. He, with others, was on tho top
( tho building placing tho rafters for tho
roof, and In moving about stepped on a
jiieco of limber which had a knot in it.
It broko under his weight and ho fell to
tlio scaffolding below, a distnnco of about
fifteen feet, fortunately striking his body
against u poico of board, that prevented
him falling to tho ground
below. As it was ho sustained
no serious injury, but had ho fell from tho
top of the building to the ground a dis-
anco of not loss than Bixty feet, his
friends would have, In nil probability, gono
to Villa Ridgo to-day.
Mrs. Anna Lang has removed her
largo and elegant stock of millinery goods,
toys and fancy articles, to tho storo room
recently occupied by Mrs. Harbor, on
Eighth street, thrco doors from Commer
cial avenue. Sho has added largely to her
Btock of toys and fancy articlos ; and Is
receiving now goods of every variety, of
tho latest fashions, every day, Hor stock
Is full nnd complete, and is.ofi'ercd to tlio
public at tho lowest living prices.
GERMAN SCHOOL HALL,
On tho 2Gth of this month, tho members
of tho Gorman School Association will
hold a Grand Hull, for tho benefit of tho
School. Thoro will bo no ell'orts spnrud to
mako tho occasion tho grandest of tho sen
son. Ticket)', $1,00, can h procured ut
P. G. Schuh'B drug storo and ut E. & W.
Uuder's jewelry establishment, d t d
Piano Tuninii, Parties wishing their
pianos tuned will plcnso address C.
Bobbins at postofllco, or leave word with
his brother. Prico $3,00 or $5,00 a year, in-
eluding at least two tuning', and ordinary
At tho Methodist church, Rev. Fred.
L. Thornton, will preach at 10 n.m , and
Father O'llnllornn will conduct sor
vlcM nt the Catholic church to-day;
Protehing morning and evening.
Rev. .lolm Friend, Into pastor of tho
Ohriitian church, will conduct services In
that church, morning and evening.
Thoro will bo services at the Gorman
Lutheran church to-day atthousunl hours,
morning and evening. Rov. Robt. IIcl
At tho CIlUTCIl 01 1110 lieucomor,
Fourteenth street, between Walnut street
At tho Church of tho Redeemer,
and WitMiln-'ton nvcnuo, Rector Conn
Mosor, stalo ntient. An election for olll
cors nnd tho regular nnnivcrsnry servl
ces will commence at 7 p.m.
There havlni; been a good deal
through the papers concerning thomanner
n which tho passongors, officers nnd crow
of tho 111-fatod steamer Fanny Uranillo's
worn Ironlml vl,o,i tli,t( eluulliur Was SU11K
by tho officers of tlio steamer Jas. Rankin,
Capt. Thomas, master of tho Rankin pub
llshes tho following card in roply. Uy re
quest, wo publish the card for the benefit of
whom it may concrn. Hero it is
ThoEtcnmorol which I wits In command
1 .1 ! I. i a !
tho James E. Rankin, while on her trip to
Momphls: was hailed by tho steamer I an-
ii it .i-i. t..: ....-I. . .. i
.,n!nt anmo' Iwimlv.niirlil iniloa " nbove
Memphis. Wo woro loaded to tho guards,
nnd ran a great risk of getting nground
by going In to tho wreck, however, in tho
fuco of this wo went. o wcro detained
about ono hour. Wo took from tho Fan-
ny Urandics fourteen rousters, two firemen,
two encinccrs, two pilots and four passen
gers, tho latter having paid their faro to
Cairo. Capt. .Hurray rctuscd to rotund
the inonev, but promised to pay their fare
on tho Kankin to .Memphis, iio niso
ngreod to pay thoroustor's faro, but before
wo reached Memphis refused to do cither,
it boing natural for him to rcfuso to pay
anything. As regards tlio livo dollar
business, " I got just five dollars for tho
nassnco on twenty-four men." Wo did
all wo could, and moro than wn cutom-
nry. Wo took them all on board nnu
gavo them their breakfast besides.
FINE STOCK OF EVERY VARIETY OF HOL
I HAY OOODS,
Mr. C. Carson, Commercial avcniu, be
tween Ninth and Tentlt streets lias re
ceived his stock of holiday goods; nnd
when wo say that it is ono of tlio largest
and best selected ever brought to the city,
wo aro not saying too much. Ho lias ev
erything that should be kept in a first-class
tov or fancy coods store. In tlio way of
work boxes, ho lias them of every shape
und form, ranging in prico from fifty
cents upwards ; and of glove and hand
kerchief boxc-1, he luii them of every style,
in endless qunntily, und at ull prices ;
trrt; t.r l,n ml-nmnat 1,.!.,)A
and picture frames of nil sizes and shapes
ut prices within tho reach of all. Knives,
forks, spoons and plated ware nro among
the attractions of Mr. Carson's stock. Ho
bus dolls of every size, from tho most di
minutive to thatif n year old child in size
in endless variety, and ot all priccsj; vaccs,
musio covers, and In fact, anything and
everything mentionablo nro to bo found
there. Mr.C. is determined not bo under
sold by any other dealer in tho city, and
has consequently marked his goods down
to the lowest living prices. Ho rcspect-
lully asks a comparison of iroods nnd
prices. Givo him n call. declOtf
Mayor Robertson, of Vineonncs,
diann, is in tho city.
Stockfleth returned from Cincinnati,
whero ho has been purchasing goods in
his line, yestcrdny morning.
Capt. John A. Scuddor, president of
tho St. Louis and Moniphis packet com
pany Is in tho city, stop
ping nt tho St. Charles hotel.
Win. II. Fntsor, Jnmui Sarter,
Henry Anderson, James Gordon, M.
Spencer, W. H. Downs, D. W. Crowley,
II. N. Fox, 1), C. Beobo, A, B. Garrison,
Cupt. Iternard, R. R. Kirkpatriek, G.
Yurnall and W. M. Barklcy, St. Louis;
R. O, Thntchor, Columbus, Ky.; Alex.
Gardner, E. M. Dudley, and Andrew Spen
cer, Chicago, John Cartwell, Unlontown,
ivy.; Win. IJurdell, II. S. Sponco, and L.
L. Fobes N.Y.j D. W. O. Gates, Paducah,
Ky.; G. W. Straus, Vicksburg, .Miss,
woro nt tho St. Charles hotel, yesterday.
FEATHERS ! FEATHERS!
11. Levy & Co., at No. 0:1 Ohio lovce,
have on hnnd mid for salo in quantities to
suit purchasers, ono thousand pounds of
good feathers. Thoy will bo sold at prices
within tho reach of tho poorest. Families
suppled at reasonable rates. dec 12-tf
Notice. Tho best entortainment in
tho city Is at tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
nnd restaurant. The best music that can
bo had violin and piano. Good lunch
every morning and night. All of tho
finest brnnds of cigars, and tho best St,
Louis lager boor, always fresh and nice.
Givo us a call.
Harry AValker, Proprietor.
Markiaoe Guide. Interesting work,
numorous engravings, 221 pages. Price
50 cents. Addross Dr. Butts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Streot, St. Louis
Mo. Sco Advertisement. tf
Foil now citron, orangu and lemon
pool, go to Jorgoiison's cornor of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, tf
Fon Sale. A coltago on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, eUorn and out
housos complete. Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
Peck, Frean, cc Co's London biscuits
always on hand, corner Twentieth and
will conduct services at tho usual hours, anco oi us wiiorcaoouis, nowevcr, ior oy n the city, and soils it thrco pounds for ot uniro, valued at jouo.
. -Tho Alexander County Rlblo Society thhtlm. gbrlng red light told that IJ. twcnly.fivc conl, ,wlmvl 30, blocks, addition the city of
will meet in tho Presbyterian church to- S' '" 8 "mno fumituro establish- yock 4 , nJJ(lion c, of
dav. Tho annual sermon will bo preached '"c,,t Wtt9 on .nrP'. h? on. llurr!od Ul? f Cairo, valued at ipop.
... . , , ... n..,,i T.ni. " feci onoit latuu d new lcnitwastounu , . . , i,oi it, ijiock o, in tno city oi tniro
nt 11 o'clock a in., by Reverend Joseph T..t...i r , Christmas prcsonts in town tlllnnis. i-nlnnd nt ?300. oetcdtf
H. S. HARRKLL'S IMMENSE FURNI
TURE WARE-HOUSE DES
TROYED. LOSS. BETWEEN TWENTY AND
T WI'.MY.f lV fj TllOU-
At ten minutes to eoven o'clock yester
day evening, the alarm of iiro was sounded
from tho ibernian Ucngino house, fol
lowed In an Instant by all tho other Iiro
bolls in tho city.
People rushed Into tho streets looking
In nitn.i. .Il.nnlln.t f.tn nmn tl.nl
""-'J . ...
would inform them of tho whereabouts of
'0 nro. inoy wcro not long in ignor-
second story of tho building. Tho lire
companies with their engines, wcro
promptly on tho ground, and wont to
work with a will tho Hibernians gotting
first water to snvothobullding aud its im
iiicnso storo of valuable goods. Put their
efforts availed but little, for tho supply of
waterj ',wns insuiliciont, and what llttlo
thoro wan, wns In cUtona In tho ynrdsoftlm
neighboring housos nnd situntcd n to
mnkc it dilllicult to get ntthem,
The building was n largo threo story
framo covoring nearly two entire lots.
Tho iiro is supposed to havo
originated from a defectivo flue, as tho
llauift first broko through tho weather-
boarding directly covering the fluo in
,..i,ii, ii, ,,tnn n,,iorn,t T tmir ,,n
,10ur from tllO timo tho flro nlarm WAS
sounded, tho building was a mass of ruins,
On tlio second and third floors Mr. Har-
roll stoml hh fln(Jlt fl,rnilure liilo tho
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ur or wns !CU U! n aicsroom, nituougii
thoro was a largo amount of goods stored
in it. The value of the largo stock
Mr. II. hud on hand at tho
timo of tho firo will not fall short of
$16,000. Thoro was probably between
$1000 nnd $1,500 worth of goods carried
from tho house, to which Mr. W. W.
Thornton, witli his charactcristlcklndncss,
throw open one of his storo room on
Tho loss, including building and stock
was variously estimated at from $20,000 to
Mr. Harrell had insurance, on building
and stock, of only $8,500. His loss will
not fall short of $12,000 at tho least.
THE GILBERT TROUPE.
Tho play, "Ton Nights in a Bar Room "
jrow vorv largo audience at tho Athcn-
cum last night, and had it not been lor
tho fire tho house would have been crowd
ed. Although wo woro not thereto wit
ness tho 11 ret of the performance, wo
have boon assured by tho-,0 who did
sco it that it was excellent. However
that part of tho play that wo
lid sco. was handled better by odds than I
wo havo ever teen it before. Simcoo Lee,
mm ,U. I.rtjnil, Iimn ... WO .digit!
sav us much ot the bniuneo oi tno iroupo
in their paits.
On Monday night tho " Maid of Crois-
sy, or the Cross of Gold," will bo played,
with Ratio Gilbert as Manctte. Simcoe
Leo will rccito Foe's thrilling poem en
titled " Tho Raven." Tho wholo to tor-
minato with tho laughable faroo of " Nan,
the Good for Nothing.
This Mill is now turning out from
120 to 150 barrels
celebrated " Diamond Point" Meal
which lias no cqunl in this market.
JL D. Gb'NTEit, proprietor.
dec 17 dlw.
Kynaston, tho popular fourth ward
butcher, will kill sonio splendid beef for
Plirlol.nna t f.
Celebrated Gold peti3 aud pencils
Can only be fjund nt
E.&W. Budors. decKdlw
To havo mngnzlnes, periodicals, news
papers, or books rebound, try The Bulle
tin bindery. Wo are prepared to turn
out work in flrst-clnss stylo at juices ag
low as can bo obtained in St. Loul, Cliica
go or Cincinnati.
Tho nicest stock of
Solid Silver and Plated Waro
Can bo found at Rudor's.
Thoy "ell goods cheaper than any
Ono else. deelw
Whero aro you going? To tho placo
number 63, Ohio lovce, where they keep
the best fresh oysters, fish mid game, n:id
tlio finest wines, liquors and cigars to bo
found in tho city. Open at all hours, da,y
or nMit, J. E. Parks
E. & W. Budor
Manufacture everything that can bo called
For In tho jowcrly line.
Thoy havo procured tho best machinery
For the purpose. dool7dlv
With munv other finu poods nrocurod
for the holiday trado by Tabor Brothers,
is a lot ot very lino diamond rings, wnicn
it is worth the whilo for connoissours to
call and examine, besides somo extra fine
garnet goods, at reduced prices.
If you .Want
to got n
Good and fine Watch or Clock,
Go to Budor's.
They Guarantco them,
Alderman Fitzgornld lias just received
from Ireland, a lot of tho finest Irish
whisky. Tlio samjilo rooms nro becoming
quite a popular place of resort, and it 1st
fact woll known that nt no other plnco in
tho city Is thoro to bo found bolter whis
kies, wines and cigars,
Great inducements to any ono wish
ing to buy a first-class piano or organ.
V.. A: AV. Under oP'or tlu'lr entire Ftock in
i i.jiii biiu iuiii,i;3 nu u uiiii, iuiul: .iuiii fc.u , . , - -
cost of tho instruments. Thoy arc desir
ous of closing out tho slock 10 that they
may uso inoroom lor jewelry manufactur
o I for Hnlly I
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NcV, S ro! ow Jod?' in his lottery snle.Mr. F. Vincent has con
lost assortment of ' l))C (lrftW, ,1Mlll lll0
Cooking and Heating Stoves .,, , , ' ,, ,..,., t,.i,, ,i,
2Cth of December. Ho is now giving tlio
" over brought to Cairo, , . ,,,. lnr.
on AVashington avenue, threa doors nbovo .
Tenth street. L,i...i
Twentieth and Poplar street, has ono of
tho best meat markets In tho citv. Nick
understands tlio butchor business to por- ,
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iccuun, mm una niwnys on iinnu vuo oci
0f mcaU of every kind. Of pork, he has
ns good as can bo found nt any other shop
at E. & W. Ruders,
corner Eighth street and Washington nvc
nuo. dccl7 dlw.
Jns. Kynaston tho popular Fourth
ward butcher, at tho corner of N inc.
tecnth nnd Poplar streets, is acknowl-
edged to keep tho best moots to be found
in tho oltv. On his recent trip to St.
Tho finest nasortuiont of
sets of .Towolry, Rings, Pins, nnd Sleeve-
Muttons, can bo found at Ruder s.
The Uum.etin printing establish
ment is now prepared to receive orders for
blank books of n'l kinds, largo and small.
Merchants, bankers, officers nnd business
men generally who dcire now scti of
books, should hand in their orders. Our
facilities enable us to compete with tho
first blank book inanufatorics in tlio West,
both In quality of work and prlco. Par
ties desiring any description of blank
book work are invited to call nnd examine
books and prices.
C. C. Catson,
Has n Fine Stock of Holiday Good",
Ret ween Ninth and Tenth streets.
Mrs. McGco having a.largo stock of
millinery goods of full and winter styles,
lias determined to sell them off at tho low
i fsu prill's. nnw iiuiii , vuhj 'u .
and upwards, among which may bo found
est prices. Hats from seventy-live cents
fine French felt worth two dollars apiec o
which will be sold for ono dollar and
twcnty-ilvo cents. All sorts of ribbon,
trimmings, goSd velvets, flowers, etc., all
of which ' aro offered at extremely low
tho Under Urothers.
Tho manufacture of
Hair Jewelry for Holiday Gifts
mado a specialty.
Louie, he purchased as fine a lot of young,
fat beef cattle as was over brought to this
market, two of which, weighing a.ooo
pounds, Iio is keeping especially for
Christmas. Ho sells tho very bet of beef
at from five to twolvo nnd a half cents per
pound. He has mutton, veal, und pork
cquul to any found in tho city, and it will
bo sold as low as tho lowest. Bcmcmbcr
the place, comer Nineteenth and Poplar
streets. d 15dlf
On Saturday, tho 30th day of Decem
ber, I will sell at public auction tho fol
lowing property, left on my wharfooat
uncalled for :
3 boxes glass,
1 gas machine,
1 box tinware,
0 boxes merchandise,
1 box glassware,
7 bundles snddle-trcci,
1 lot ber kegs,
1 lot felloes.
J. 31. Phillips.
IJuicK Stov- wr Rent. Tho brick
storo, No. 78 Ohio Levee, now occupied
by F. M. Stockfleth, Esq., is offered foi
rent, and will bo vacant on tho 18th Inst
Apply to Jno. It. Phillih.
For good photographs, porcelain pic
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call ot
Thomas, No. 124 Commercial avenue. Hr
cs good workman. Givo him a trial.
SLKEriNO Rooms yor Rent. Ton
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
. W W it 1W I7li.ulill
At City National Bank.
Kynaston, cornor Nineteenth and
Poplar stroots, will kill, tho day bolore
Christmas, tlio finest hoof in tlio city. tr.
Guystal vinegar from London at Jor
genson's, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avonuo. tf
Imported Malaga grapes nt Jorgon-
son's, corner of Twentieth streot and
Washington avenue. tf
WiiiailT's no mus uura minced moa
prepared expressly for family use, at Jor-
JonrjBNSON has tho host
prosorvos for salo cheap.
The best French anchovies n tho city
nt Jorgcnson's. If
I'aul G. Schuh soils Rattlnger's modi
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Rattingor's Fe
ver Drops. Warrantod to euro tho chills
Found. That tho choicest butter is
nt Jorgcuson's Stnplo and Fancy Grocery
Oysteus. Louis Herbert has alwas on
hand it fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys-
joitaEitsoN has tho flnost supply of
Spanish olives lit tho city. Try thorn
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SAM,.
THE TWENTY-HIXTll Of DECEMIIKK FIXED
AS THE HAY ON WHICH THE D11AW1NU
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t. ... ' ,.,. on
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Iiinjro nro six prizes, mo nni;ini
prize, ns Is well-known. beiiiL' a splendid
resdCnco. that was eroded mi. cost of$10,-
000. Tho remaining five prize! nro ai
' ... .
Lot 31 block 4 3d addition tn the cltV
of Cnjro'( Vl,lucd'al $500?
hot !W, block 4, 3d addition to tho city
City Nntlonnl Ilnnk IIiiIIiIIiir.
.Spcclal attention pnld loordem Irom attain
hoat night or day,
New French pruno,
rnlxiiis nlwnya on hand
Ru.xjian sardcllcs nt Jorgotifon's; try
For Christmas beef go to Kynaston's,
corner Nineteenth and Poplar streets, tf.
S A M W 1 L S O N ,
u a a 1. 1 a in
Ohio Levee : : : : : Cairo, III
oacrai raoMi-TLr filled.
, U C2 AC "r fTI TT X rin
O M 1 I 11 OC O U .,
j WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
C A I It O . ILLINOIS.
AUo, keep conjtmtly on hand a inott ruin.
Ilete flock of
SCOTCH AND iniSH WHISKIES
; l N s,
Fort, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Wines
P 8HYTII A CO. aril ccluitrly for cah,to
J t. which fact they invito the pppcclal atl-n.
lion of elote Imrgnin buyer.
Special attention yiren to Filling Orders,
MRS. M. S WANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Comiiicrrltil Avrntir, iiiokllp Elllo
nml liny lliorn'fi
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Bendy-Made.
Han received a full and complete flock of good,
tho newest ond completes! in tho city. An Im
meno varlty ol
RIBBONS, LAUES AND FRINGES
olie oilers great Inducemets to her patron" and
all others tocall on her.ciainlns the prices, htylen
and quality of her gooda.
Mrs. Swnnder, having cold her pronrty, win
aeh the whole of these goods at and below cost.
Now Is the time to purchane Chnelmns goods
at tho very lowest prices.
CARL L. THOMAS,
h now prepared to repond promptly to nil de
mands for his .services,
SHOP-COR. 8TH-ST. AND CoMMERCAI.-AV
III I lie Terry llouar,
OASSIDY, WOLFE & CO.,
Produce and Groceries
WASHINGTON AVENUE, BETWEEN
EiailTH AND NINTU STB.,
tSTGivo thorn a Calll-a
J. GEO. STEINHOUSE,
Cor. 8lu-Ht anil t'oniiiiercliil-Hv.
iM-CJcan Towels arid
SWLadlns' nnd childrcn'a hair cut and sham
pooed, either nt tho shop or at their own homes.
aTflentlemon'n whiskers anil h Ir dyed In a