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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
North, Through - iiOJs.m, :OUp.m
" Way 2:21 plm. 4:00 a.m.
South, War 12.15 p.m. ,00 p.m
" Through N. O., Mem.
phlaand Columliii 1:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m,
umo tuver route, (except
Monday) ;Wp.m. :OOp.ni
iron Mountain R. It 2:30a.m. ll:Up..n
tlli. Hirer route, Tuesday
and Friday 0:00 p.m, 7:00 p.m
Thebes, (loose Inland ABanta
Fe, llli., Thursday A FrI-
"J " e:00p.m. T:00a.m,
aiayriciu, iiiAD.iTiIla and
Lovelace, Ky 11:00 a.m. 4.00 p.m.
r.cneral Delivery .. TiJOa.m.
(Hiiuilayn 8 lo (I K.m.)
Money Order department :00 a.m. 8.00
IteKl'ter " ' " 8:00 a.m. 6.00p.m.
Money Order and Ke(liter department no
open on Hundaya,
KKSIt VTRRI AN Eighth .(trtet.
I'reashln.!, Habbath at 10J a. m., and 7J r. at.
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday at 1H r. .
Sunday Bclwol, 3 r. . J, M. Lantdeo, Super-
intendent. Iter. C. 11. Foora, Tatter.
IKTU01)IbT-Cur. Kighth and Walnut Hti.
1'reachlng, tiabbath 1uJa. n.,and 1 r. .
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 7i r. w.
Sunday riehool .3 r, . I.. W. Htllirell, Huper-
intendenU Iter. Y. L.TnoNrsox, Pastor.
CHURCH OFTUF. RKtJKKJIKIt (Kpiacopal)
Morning prayers, Habbath loJ-J a. u.
Krenlng prajer..7,Jr. m.
habbhth School, til, ,
Iter. Ma.O.a, Rector.
HT. PATKICK'H ClIUHCH-Jor. Moth Hi. and
.'ublls Service, Habbath 8and 10),- .. m
Vespers, 3 r. x.
unday School, 2 r. .
Service every day, r, m.
Iter. 1'. J. O'HaLLoaas, Frieat.
Ular meeting second .Monday each month at the
I'rayer room of the Presbyterian Church,
Weekly Prayer meeting, i'riday, ; r, a., at
he Prayer room of the i'ruabylerian church.
U. I'as.o.ii, President.
AFRICAN METHODIST Fourteenth, between
Walnut an 1 Cedar.
Services, Habbath, 11 a.m.
Sunday S'hool, r. at.
Class a r. m.
BF.COND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Fifteenth Hi.
Preaching, 7J r. a. Iter. Wm. Jackson, Paitor.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Serncea Habbath, 1 and 3 r. m.
Iter. N. lticas, Pastor.
FREE-WILL lUPTIST HOME MlillU.i UN
DAT BCII OO L Corner wainut and Cedar fits.
BQn'lay School, 9 a. H.
IRiT FREE WILL I1APTWT CIIURCH-Cur-
Berrices, riabbalh 11 a. m., 3 r. at. and 1 r. .
Iter. Wn. Killit, I'AMor.
FIRST MIHSIONAItY I1APII5T CllUItCII-Bet.
ween loth and lllli streets, near Cedar.
Preaching Sabbath 10J-J a. n,,and 7; r. a.
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
PabtMth-hool, 1); r. m. John Van Baxter and
alary fctepheoa bupertntendrnts.
Gorernor, John M. Palmer i
Lieutenant-Governor, John Dougherty I
Secretary of Bute, Edward Hummel ;
Auditor ef State, C. K. Lipplncolt ;
State Treaiurer, U. N. Datea ;
Supt. Public Instruction, Newton Raleman.
Jenators Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
Repreientatlre for the Htate at Large J. L
Representative Thirteenth Diitrict-John M
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Senatori. lt District T. A. K. Holcomb, ot
Union, and S.K. OI!on, of Gallatin.
Representative, lt Di.trict-n. aiaon neuu.
Jii.lie 1). J. Il.ker. of Alexander.
Prosecuting Atiorney-J. F. McCartney, of
Circuit Clerk Jno. Q. Harman.
BheriH-A. U. Irrln.
Win. Martin, Assessor an Treaaurer.
Judge F. Ilroas.
Aasoelatea-J-.E. McCrite and H. Marchlldon.
Clerk-Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Goisman.
Mayor John M. Lwisden.
Treasurer J. B. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Uurnetl
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney-P. II. Popo.
Pollco Magistrates F. Bross and II. Hhan
Bessy, Chief ol Police L. H. Jlyera.
Mayor John M. Lansden,
First Ward P. O. Schuh.
Second VfardC.U. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staata Taylor.
City-at-Large W. P. tlalliday and D. Hurd.
HOARD Or ALDKRUKN.
FHWr WAUl James Rearden,
THIRD WARD Wra, Btratton,
l Patrick Fltzgc'.ald
OURTH WARD-Jarae. Carroll.J
Time of Meeting.
r... r-,i council meets In Joint session on
:iday erening preceulng tho first Monday ol
The Select Council meets on the first Wednea
day and Thursday, alter tho second Monday iu
The Board of Aldermon meets on the nr
al I.. n4Tti.u.lav In nv-rv mftnlli. I
MUMITTltXS OV TIIK COITNnll..
. . .,, , urui..
On Stress Messrs, Taylor, Walder, Winter,
J)-nM(ur-McBsis. Cunningham, Schuh, Fitiger-
kiu, ... . . ..u
Cmmt Messrs. woou, uunninguam ana nieo.
Alc and Jni-Mcssrs. Carroll, Ruder and
OnlinaritM Messrs. Beasc, walder and 'I ayior.
tfrt Jpartmenf-Messra. Reatden.Bwayne and
jTnn!lflfl-Mfs8r.Wodward, Hwayneand Ruder
Sennne Kears. liud, Miration Rnuaieieau,
1 HtalhVta Mayor, anu,
Mt.btartton and Cmroll
A FINE HTOCK OF EVERY VARIETY OF HOL-
Mr. J. 0. Canon. Commerclal-ar., be
twoon Ninth and Tenth itrcoU has re
ceived Ills stock of holiday goodi j and
when wo say that It ii ono of tho largest
and butt oluctnd rjver brought to tho city,
wo nro not snylng too triuch. Ho 1ms ev
erything '.hut ahotild bo kept In a flrst-clnss
toy or fancy goods store. In tho way of
work boxes, lio lm tlietn of every shape
and form, ranging In price from fifty
cents upwardi ; nnd of glovo arid hand
kerchief boxes, h has them of every style,
Jn endless quantity, and at all prices ;
pictures, of the handsomest designs,
and picture frames of ull slr.es and thapc
at prlcoa within tho rexch of all. ' Knives,
forks, spoons and plated wnro aro among
the attractions of Mr. Cirsuii'x stock. Ho
has dolls of every sl.e, from tho moiit di
minutive to Ihntrf ayear old chlldin slr.o
in endless variety, and at all prices, vaccs,
music covers, and in fact, anything and
everything nicntlonablo nru to bo found
there. Mr. C. is determined not bo under
sold by any other dealer In the city, and
has consequently marked his goods down
to lh! lowest living prices. Ho respect
lully asks a comparison of goods and
prices. Glvohlm a call. dcclOtf
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALl,.
TUt TW KNTT-HIXTIt Of DKCKMIIKIl VIXBU
AH THIS DAY OX WHICH TIIK DltAWl.srj
WILL COMK OFF.
Determined to dispose of all the tickets
in his lottery sale, Mr. F. Vincent has con
cluded to postpone the drawing until the
26lh of December. Ho is now giving the
matter his devoted attention, and is meet
ing with tho most gratifying success on
Thorf ure six prices, tho principal
prize, as is well-known, being a splendid
residence, that was erected at a cost of $ 10,
000. The remaining five prizes aro as
Lot 34, block 4, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, valued at $000.
Lot 3k?, block 4, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 30, block 4, 3d addition the city of
Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to tho city of
Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 17, block 45, in the city of Cairo
Illinois vnlued at $300. octCdtf
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
Kighth street, three doors from Commer
cial avenue. Sho has added largely to her
stock of toys and fancy articles , and is
receiving new goods of every variety, of
the latest fashions, every day, Her stock
is full and complete, and Is offered to the
public at tho lowest living prices.
FEATHERS! FEATHERS !
H. Levy & Co., at No. 03 Ohio levee,
hi., nn hnnrl atlH f.ii Lin In nunntiflfta tn
suit purchasers, one thousand pounds ot
gooJ (calricrs. They will be sold at prices
within tho reach of thu poorest. Families
suppled ut reasonublo rates. dec l'.'-tf
Do I for Ually I
New Store I New Goods!
Best assortment of
Cooking and Heating Stoves
ever brought to Cairo,
on Washington avenue, thrca doors above
J. C. Catson,
Has n Fine Stock of Holiday Goods,
Between Ninth and Tenth streets.
-Just received from Molroso Plant
260 bills, now planntion mobiles,
100 half bbls. " "
250 hhds. now sugar,
Which wo offer to the trado at low figures
doc. lC-d-1 w. D. Hurd & bON.
Slxkpino Rooms for Rent. Ten
woll ventilated sleeping rooms In City Na
tlonal Bank building. Apply to
At Citv National Bank.
Brick Stoi fok Rent. Tho brick
store, No. 78 )Ulo Lovee, now occupied
by F. M. Stcckuoth, Lsq., Is offered foi
rent, and will be vacant on tho 18th Inst
Apply t Jno. B. Piiillis
w curon, orango aim lemon
pooi 0 to Jorgonson'a cornor Of Twon
I tleth street and Washington avonue. tf
I Peck, FllEAN, & Co's London biscuits
.1,.... n 1,.,1 mpmf Turnnltnlh ami
Washington avenue. tf
'V"! vwu.u. ...v.
Poplar strcots, will kill, tho day before
' . . , ., ,.
Christmas, tho finest beof In tho city. tf.
... ,. , T.
i . -.. .t ni .I...I. ......
I genauu a, i'ui iivr v. iwwiiiuiu "uocv nnu
Washington avonuo. tf
1MPOI.TEI) Malaga grapes at Jorgon
son, g cornor f Twontloth Btroct and
Washington nvenuo. tf
. ,,, , !-..,..
I sui wuihuum ubm (ju w ujijiu
corner Nineteenth and Poplar "trccl. tf.
Yarmouth bloutors at Jorgcnson's
l'aul G. Schuh sells Hattlnger'a mcdL
RcssiA.v lardollcs at .Torgonson's : try
Thk best French anchovies n tho city
ul Jorgcnson's. tf
JonoK.v.ao.v has tho best East India
prosorves for solo cheap. tf
Go to Dr. McOauloy for lhttlngcr's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to euro tho chilli
Xkw French prunes, currants and
raisins always on hand ut Jorgcnson's
grocery storo. tf
Found. That tho choicest buttor Is
at Jorgcnson's Staplo and Fancy Grocery
Ovstkrs. Louis Herbert has alwns on
band a fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys
Iokoe.vbo.v hits tho finest supply of
Spnnhli olives In the city. Try them
WiildiiT'.H no pius uitra minced mea
prepared cxprcsly for family use, nt Jor.
FokSalk. A cottage on 12th street
containing " rooms, cistern and out
houses complete. Apply to
V. "SV. Thorstov.
With many other fine goods procured
for tho holiday trade by Taber Brothers,
is a lot of very flue diamond ring', which
it is worth the while for connoisseurs to
cull and exnmine, besides some extra fine
garnet good, at reduced prices.
Tb.li Mill t now turning out from
120 to 150 bnrrels
celebrated " Diamond Point" Meal
which has no equal in this market.
M. D. Guxtki!, proprietor,
The Bulletin printing establish
ment is now prepared to receivo orders for
blank bookB of a'l kinds, largo and small.
Merchants, bankers, officers and business
men generally who dc-iro new sets of
books, should hand in their orders. Our
facilities enablo us to compete with tho
first blank book manufutoric3 in the AVcst,
both in quality of work and price. Far
ties desiring any description of blank
book work nro invited to call and cximiino
books and prices.
..Mr. H..M.UOI waiicrp, i irr- inuitn.T deal
er, is the owner of the right for Alexander
county, Illinois, and of Mississippi county
Missouri, for a new patent window slide.
This arrangement is, without doubt, tho
mot convenient articlo of tho kind now
n use. By it tho top sash may bo lowered
without interfering with tho lower sash,
or tho lower can bo raised without molest-
ng tho upper sash j or both can be adjust
ed at the same tint;. Mr. "Wullers has ft
indow In working order, at his offico at
the lumber yard . for inspection by
tbo?e who wish tocxamino it.
On Saturday, tho 30lh day of Decem
ber, I will sell a', public auction the fol
lowing property, left on my wharfDoat
3 boxes glass,
1 gas machine,
1 box tinware,
9 boxes merchandise,
1 box glassware,
7 bundles snddle-trees,
1 lot beer kegs,
1 lot fullocs.
J. M. PiiiLLirs.
-It is true that Blnnkenburg's Excel-
lor saloon is now one of the institutions
of the city. All drinkers who liko roully
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
etc. go to tho Excolsior saloon, which is
fitted up in splendid style. Blunkonburg
who knows how to keep n saloon, spreads
a lino froo lunch ovory morning nnd eve
ning, and, as ho forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." llo
has employed tho services of a flrtt-rate
pianist, who makcj tho grand piano
which stands in ono end of tho saloon
speak out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. The best ordor is maintained,
and all Improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch, hv.
crybody known that tho Excelsior fiiloon
is at tho cornor of Washington avenue and
HI 00 ltlaWAlU).
The ahovo reward w ill he paid hv the nndar.
signed for Information tluit will lend tniho as-
eertBininent ot the wnercauoins aim ueieniion oi
Mr. Jnmes Smith, Hr., ul Wiihingtnn, Illinois,
uholefi hla hciiiiu nn Hie hth ol lit'cemlier. in
.tajl, torClilcagoon luminous, anil from lhatclly
went to Cairo, hern ho atrlteil on tho 0th, and
where all traeo of him w. lost. The jiecullur
rlr-inintunci'8 which surround the mvaturiuua
disappenriuico of Mr, rfmltli, wlio Ua ii'H'ctl'lo
cillEen i nnaniugiua, ivmi uiuviiai'iy i" iiivl-hu
pluaion that he Iiiih hecoino liisnno Mr. Bnillli Ii
pmitlu.uan of nhout Ml reara of aire, alioul live
feet seven luchea In hight, woiuha about na
pouniU, very high forehead, cleanly haved, witli
tho excvpili'ii ol very small anlo ivhlakern, wears
ol9ii.es mIicii reading or willing; hail on, wl.cn
Vin left homo, black overcoat. Urev blue comfort
fur neck, fur cap, "boit bltck uuderco'it, white
uhiri home made, rollar irwcd on, ami wore
liiforiiialloii iii regard to Mr. Smith may he
hd( reei tu tli iiunersune,;, or in .uirti-.r;!
ARNOLD, dftectlvo, Cairo, III.. , who is author
lied I" act lor tnom, aim pay inu renaru amivi
o,ro,l. oiHitu oi I'lllrenx who miiv ili'tiln Mi
Hmiib unill lufurination ran bo pent ti hi;
iniMiila. nro nart'eulailv reuiivatod t tieal til n
with kindiieasnnd courtesy, u his ibtence from
h a home Is altrluutunie to nn crime.
JAMES SMITH 4 HO H,
IVeember IV, Wl. (3t)
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20 1871.
a. i rH
; i D
IX UTL IlilT
AT RARCLATS' CRl'O BTORK.
Fai.ii .SvrrLT, fJULT.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
all aaabr roa ra wiriiurr raorata
GRAPE f catawba ) ( oitArK 1 PILLS
i CATAWIIA OHAl'K
GRAPE (.CATAWI1A ) J toRATK) PILLS
aati all nr
FRKS1I FROM riRST HANDS,
Alwaya to Mock In large aupply, and for sale by
PEESH -BXjTJE XilCIC
orNnlebjr tbcOInaa) Bolllc orGaltntt
Extra Fine Coloqne;
IfiTGENUiNK Imported Extracts;
IIaib, Tooth and Nail Urushks
India Rubber Nursery Goo.
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Rest grades In large Mock and ra
riety, Tery cheap;
Full Line or Color:,
car iso in oil j
Paint Rruthes, Lloaecd Oil,
Whltewaaf. P aihea Turpentine,
aiui.u.i aw, Mfl.
all aiNM an atandard Wimiu
Dealer in all kind of
STAPLE AND FANCY
l'nrmcr'M Ynrd and rilaltllua;
Cor. Wishington-av. and Twcntiofli-st.
REAL. ENTA rE AOENT.
V. WINSTON A CO.,
REAL "ESTATE AGENT
71 (SECOND KLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
Hi'Y and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
A" I pretaru Conveyances of Kinds,
NO. 150 WASHINGTONj AVENUE
Haa on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
;ulou:s, jewelry, et(5.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The largest stock of
GOIil) AND SILVER WATCHES
I TUB CITT,
T ECiAL NUllun is lureby (ivi ii that K. W,
Jj Kittri ige, 1 1 tint' ft, lull e inuK nctil an ac
lion to perftxii it d tie I r rml agslnst Joseph
UaYilis. delendaut. In Iho lircul ruurt ol Alex.
andr county, In thu Htate uf Illinois, and that
the lime und pl.ice of the return of summons In
tho caie la'the third Monday In January, 1I7X,
a', the coutt hou.e in Cairo, Illinois.
lOHNl . HARMAN, Clerk.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASUINGTON-AV.
SAM WIIi SON,
O X A 1. 1 a 15
Onio Lktee : : : : : Cairo, III.
oamas raoMrtLr rincD.
WHOLE ALE CROCERS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE GROCERS,
. OHIO LEVEE
Also, kaep coastaatly on hand a moat com.
plete stock of
COTCH AND IRIsn WUIBKIK9
-O I N 8,-
Fort, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba Wlnoa
RHMTTII A CO. aell exclusively for caih, lo
. which fact they invite the especial atten
tion of close bargain buyer.
Special attention given to Filling Orders.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IIS MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Comaaercla! ATrsanr, oppoHlle Elllo
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made ta order, or Ready-Made.
II as received a full and complete stock of coods,
the newest ami computet in the city. An lin
menne varity ot
RIBBONS, LACKS AND TRINGES
i unn nr. riiaueemeta to her patrons and
all olhera to call on her.examlne the price.', etyles
and quality of her goods.
Mrs. Swander, having sold her property, will
eell the whole of these goods nt and below cost.
Now is the time In purchase Christmas goods
at the very lowet pricce.
CARL L. THOMAS,
now prepared to respond promptly to all de
mands for his services.
SHOP-COR. 8T11-ST. AND CoWMERCAL-AV
la the I'erry llouar,
lUJROER'S NEW STOCK.
MUSLINS, PRINTS, SHAWLS, ETC.,
One ol the mol attractive dladlayn of
In the city.
Commercial Avenue, iietween Eiohth
and Ninth Streets,
has every available space In his atore room filled
with New ISooJ.. Ills stock is com
plete, comprising a beautiful
PRINTS, BLEACHED AND UN1ILEACIIE1)
Mt'BLlNB, COTTON FLANNELS, ETC
A splendid array of
Among which are the
New et and Moat raablonable
.Colors and Materials.
He hat a large stock of
on hand, which ho will close nut at a low tlguro
before the holidays ate over.
The ladies will find a large assortment of
which nil' be sold cheaper than anything of the
kind ever sold in Cairo,
Mr. Burger has laid in nn Immense stock of
MOOTS, IHOES, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, NECK
which he wilt tall cheaper than the chiapest.
71. FALL-WINTER. '72
KENTUCKY JEAXi, XXT1A,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING?)
Hie Entire K!oe!tJ.'oTr IoItlS Oni
VEP.Y LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8tI1 ST., AND COSIMERCIAL-AV ,
CAIRO CITY COAL
fa prepared to supply customer with the .beat
PITTSBURG AND IILLIN0IS
CO A T i.
SRIIER1 len at HalUday Bres. office, TO OHIO
fjsvjw. - . the coal rard below the Ut.
rles Hotel, will recelro prompt attention.
TI1KTUO " MUNTAUK'' will bring coal alone
sidOBteamera at any hour. ocliif
F. M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
Fll. WARD la prepared ta deliver the beat
. Fire Wood and atone Coal
IN ANT PART OT THE CITT,
And In any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $4.60 ton
OFFICE Orer Reerwart, Orth A Co.'a atore,
two doors aboro tho corner of Kighth street ana
Commerr avenue. decttl
WOOD! WOOD I! WOOD II
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Chrp, It not Cheaper
Than any wood dealer in Cairo. Leave erdl
on the slates at tho I'ostoffice and at Ross' coal
aru, on commercial arenue, between Tenln aa
welfth alreets, Cairo. Illinois. I glre co
icaaure and will cord the wood up If desired,
augtu-tf DENNIS HALBT.
CASSIDY, WOLFE & CO,
Produce and Groceries
WASHINGTON AVENUE, BETWEEN
EIOHTH AND NINTH STB,
iST Glvo them n Call I
J.GEO. STKIN HOUSE,
Cor. 8tli-al. and Cammtrrlalnv.
aurciean Towels and
aurdklllfull n orkmea
surLadiea' and chlidron'a hair cut and ahana
liooed, cither at the shop or at t!ie,irown home,
arao ntlemeu'ri whiskers aaJ h lr dyed In '
t'tW rrcuner. tjAttstacliou guaranteed.
RANK ELECTION NOTICE.
AN election will be held at the Cuy Nallooa
Bank Tuesdiy, January . mi. lor aevsn Ul
rectors" A. II. oAFFOSD, Cashier.
19 Ohio Lsvk, nar ttmmrn
J. D. Z AN ON E, PROPSIKTOX,
Fresh Shell Oystcra. iWt4 Vtlij.
r Keera alwaya on hiBd Balttmor Ml ataaua
Uyatera, which he will t glad ta nt to hie .
tometilutha best style,