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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1871,
KM TABLE or THK ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. II.
in ,u,uilrii)ndT( Ma- Nth ml, th follow
nr.lm -Mbln govern (lie Airlval and depart-utsWp-s'inger
trains At Cilrni
iMci Ma'l train, dally 4;(On.m. f
Express, daily 2.45 p.m. I
1 Walt .fall- fl.tflam.
Xapress, dally, except Sunday. 3:30 p.n"
Ko thSaU of CAra f ruin Cairo lo St. I.ntil.. A
tinted oTrars from Cairo to Chicago. F!'t'"'
rawloj Room leetjni( car oa night ""
mii (backed to ll Important tinlc"-
CAIKO AND MOUN" C'TV"
NT AM T.J-
t.Ti. "' m I u"i1V!,a 1,01 """I"!.
.,,., m AtPM".. - A.M.
it '" I M ,,:w P ro
il I so.nr. -v I t s p-m-
FnrtMOh ay, 3" ccnt.i M tl.keta for tl K.
Will Ism. whn lulled, ""' K00'1 tnlerin-diate
Jing ,'orpergeror freight. norJItf.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Wsskly Packet for t'aducah, Evansvlila and Lou
isville, the favorite aieamer.
T. G. RTHAV.SfiMfer.
at en Cairo every PATH D It AY at 5 o'clock p.m.
Per freight or paMAgo apply on board or to
JAM. MGGft. Ag'l.
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
Trie splendid steamer
Joe Fowler. Mnnttr
Cilrj fUtljV. HinWyt pxcentod) at 4
roc irouruar djhw npnir on do lira or
JAR) UKilin, A'l
0R SALE, 1 For Bale t FOR SALE,
FOR SALE. For aJl I FOR SALE.
Fare from Livkrpool,
Faro from LofDCNDKitnr
Fro from Glasqow,
Fre froa Quikkbtowh
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $48-
BaHord, Morrn k Ca
LiTtrpool Mew-Toik abd rhlladtlphia
a MiriicT wita tamo ititud iittua
For Carrying tue Mlii.
FOR PASSAGrE TICKETS
oa naTrita iKromtTioN
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
19 Broadway, New-York, or to
TTaphlngton Atenue, Cairn. ooia. ji
Tha larae and
commodious dwelling house
?lQtl4 on Klllhth lll-twn WalnllL an,
WnJiPpo;tthe I'feabyltriau Church) la for
rut. tor term, etc., anply to
TMUMAi,(mEENk AT. DEN,
OCtCtf UWt f.M., S-lrm, ftli
The Illinois Central IUil Road Company now
oter for tle the following described lota In Fira
A1dilionto the City of Cairo, Tit:
Urt 27 block 20. Lot 24 block 82,
IS " 20, " 27 " Kl,
- ' U, " 28 " St,
a N, " 31 " i,
- S " 62, " SZ 8.
tbrfcrna.ete. apply to JAMED JOHNSON,
' Mil Acen',
TTILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
3lDENCE-No. 21 Thtrteenih street, b.
JLV twsaa WhinKton avenue and Walnut strut.
OmtaUi Commercial avenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
tJiriE.VCE-cornerNinth and Walnut sts,
rVJ'a-coiner sixth street and Ohio leTee.
OUics hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p.m
R. S. RRIGHAM, M. I):,
it. In . . i i . . YI..1
4crtce No. 14 Ninth street, Cairo, 111. decStf.
ALLEN, MULKET & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
MO 11. MUlaey
I CAIRO, lLUNOlfl.
muei r. nei
OWIVirticuiar attention paid to rlier and ad.
OPFICE-Orr First National Bank, Ohio Leree.
GREEN k GILBERT,
,?illfin II. een, )
litum II Gilbert,
ail. P.Oilbert, J
O-Ppaciav attention gln to Admiralty and
WIC1 onio'LtVKK, BOOMS 7 ABD 8 0YM
CITT NATJOKAL BANK.
ciiiiiea tor turnmB oui
v;itisV m hem f.l,,,e. ul . llworU
i?Jtre& 'nfSi'm'oTfl ;o:ur'nil!3,alC,Drr!c0,
VkllC3 wk urbusiiv,nn n L,pi'2
,ar alsidloi their wo.k m!.?'" 2S
ohi.. jno. u.l;1lu0",'vCABcr
ST. OUARLES HOTEL,
D. RKXFORD l'roprletor.
.coiaia oaio iiTit mi, ncost. it,,
The Outy Firit-Chu Jlouu in the City.
T7 to n4 ftou tha repo
Ci l0-d ,P' P " to r ol the Vtxi and
S'tfj u-WJJ "l ''.', I""' 'eceifed an assort.
HTtmll'1 tll" 'Job Anting tip.,
uuTm w m.?? complete luWce
-oV.."- ,. '7 lter tllemsehe.
" o it an ii' kw vk a its ha ll
liOVQil AM) READY
Monday IWruliig, Jnlmnry I, 1H7I,
i, ! iininninv lipn ever rpaJr uhsn
dsnger railed to -avnllf nml properly Irom tlic
tlMotiring element, ll Is hoped that every mm;
li i.nlie to liny ticket wll do sn, and assist
the m int onv. . , .
11. .nniM tlnn nt arranira,.i-nta llftt ft Stlftreil
neither tlmo ncr cxpeme to make this fcll Hie
Patron r.th Uoutli. ....-a
COMMI1TKK OF AHKAMHIM l,NT3.
AlJISIIUlU.i; dwki.IjIPU, containing lour
rom, L'ood out houses rind other con.
enlences. will be told on reasonable terms. Ap
ly on the premises, corner Klglitcentli nnd h.
Ut streets. declCtf.
a 'A regular Communication of Delia
VV Lodge, No. WW, A. K. and A. M., will lo
V held tills (Thursday) ovenlnft, At the Ma.
aonle Hall, commercing at 8 o'clock. At tlila
meetlnir will bo held the anntiAl el.ctlon of offl.
cere. .Membera of the. Lodge, are pnrtlcillnrly re.
ted to Altenu. j. u, bhiioiji nK.
Pnbllalml every niornlnir, Momlny
Remember Gockel'a grrtnd opening
frco lunch this morning and evening.
Tho very tost of tbo senson will bo
eprond for tboBo who mny nttend.
Tlie membora of tbo Ladies' Ucnovo
lontiocicty nre requested to tncot tit tbo
retidenco of 3frs. E. F. Dnvis, on Ninth
etrcct, on Satttrdy ovening, December 23
1871, at tovon o'clock, sharp.
Mr. John Maxic, who up to tho year
I860, was nssociatcd with Fhil Howard in
the steamboat butchorlng business, is in
tho city. Mr. Maxio thinks a great chango
has taken place in Cairo within tho past
few years, and all for the hotter.
Tho second parlor concert ol tbo sc
ries, was given at tho rcsidonco of Mr.
Henry Halllday on Tuesday evening.
Although the evening was a cold, bluslry
ono, ana snow loll tmcK ana last, mere
was a large number in attendance, and tbo
evening was a most enjoyable one.
Mr. Walter A. Lyon of New-York
was in our city ycstcrdity nt tbo St. Charles
hotel, cn route for the south. Ho is trans
acting business for several largo import
ing houses in tho grocery line, anil propo
ses to make our thriv'.np; citv ono of
his points of visit.
Mr. I. Blanchard, of Murphysboro,
and partner of our Into fellow townsman,
F. h. Albright, Esq., died in that town
yeneruay morninc;. .Mr., uiancnaru was
all nA nr U..4U-- Tllln
having lived in .Tnckson county a great
many years. Ho was a lawyor of con
siderable nbllity, and enjoyed a large and
Dan. Hartman, nt tbo old stand, 105
Commercial avenue, has just received a
full lino of Christmas toys, which ho is of
fering at figures as low as tho lowest.
Ho has every thing and any thing that can
bo called for, from penny whistles to arti
cles of live, ton, fifteen nnd twenty dollars
in value. Call and sen htm.
A trading bout, owned by a French
man, while coming down tho Mississippi
river on Wednesday, run into a snag op
posite Greenfield's ferry landing, breaking
tho frail concern entirely in two and spill
ing its contents into the rivor. Tho poor
Frenchman was nearly crazed at tho loss
of his goode, and anurcd those with whom
lie talked that ho "ticonv haw ono u n
big bad luck."
Wo arc indebted to lUUldy Brothers, of
the Egyptian mills, for a barrel of Egyp
tian XX XX flour. Fur some ilayj wo
have been eating bread, biscuit!, griddio
cal'cs, CiC, mado of this flour, and nro freo
to maintain that their prirno ingredient
car.'t bo boat. It U oxtromoly white, light
and sweot when bakud. Tho Hailidiiy
lirotliers have eccurod tho services of an
effiicent miller, Mr. Adam', to whoso cx
poriencod labor thucxcullonco of this Hour
is mainly dono.
Thorn was but ono case before bis
honor, 'Squire Shnnnessy yesterday, and
there was no money in that. .John
Anderson whether whlto or black, is no
matter "took in ' too much bltto blazes.
Ho wa noisy and became involved in a
quarrel with another man. Ho was arrest
ed, and not having five andjtho trimmings
to loavo with bis honor, was sent to tho
hotol do McIIalo for the space of twelve
days. Mcliale needs n few hail, hearty
fellows liko Anderson to help clean out
Tho advertisement of tho Rough and
Ready fire company's ball, to bo given on
New Year's night, will bo found in an
other placo in this morning's Bulletin.
It is acknowledged on every side that the
Koucb and Ready'a is second to no
company in tbo west. At all times
and under every condition of
circumstances they are ready
when their services are required. In view
of these facts, It is confidently expected
that every business man and citizen in
the city will buy at lca.it onu ticket to
Ai a late hcur night boforo last officor
John Shcehan observed a auspicious look-
ofc Indlviual lounging about tho passen
gor depot watching a lot of emigrants who
na about thorn considerable money, and
some oi mem had their pocketbooks out
counting It. It sm evident to Sheeban
that the villain was waltlne for an onnor
tunlty to "grab" the money from ono of
mem, and "light out" with it. Ho was ac
costou, asked what ho wanted, but as ho
oould grf no utisfantorr report of him
.Of. wns ordered to leave, no iook
tlio first train, and has not boon tcon In
Two or thrcod:iys ago otlleur Arnold
was Informed that astrnngo man M lying
In an old. b it up near the elevator, in a
dying conditio" ii' procured n convoy
ntico nnd t ' .tio sick man to tho hospi
tal, Dr. Wood wns called to sec tho man nnd
did nil In his power for him, but tho poor
fellow wa too far gone, and yostorday
morning death put an end to his suffering.
Apparently ho was about thirty years of
age, florid complexion, with curly sandy
goatee. Ho never spoke, and no papers
wore found on his person to Indlcalo who
ho was or wliero ho camo from. Ho looked
liko an American. His death was un
doubtedly tho result of bad whisky nnd
Night before last, a little boy net
more than ton. years of ago, whilo at the
railroad station, waiting for tho night
train, had hts pocket cut, and $10 all
tho money tbo poor child had in tho world
stolen fromhlni. Tho little fellow come
up tho river from somo whero In Arkan
sas, and was trying to get to n brother
who lives in Michigan. Officer bheciian
informed tho railroad authorities of tho
thoft of tho child's money, and ho was
kindly furnished freo transportation to
Chicago. If that ton dollars is not tho
means of bringing tho thief who stole it to a
iimcly grave, then justice will havo been
robbed of Its dues.
Lato dispatches announce that Presi
dent Grant has appointed Hon. D. W.
Munn, of this city, to bo suporvisor of in
ternal rovonuo in tho stnto of Illinois.
Mr. Munn has boon a faithful worker in
tho radical ranks, nnd, Macawbor like, has
waited long for " something to turn up "
that would roward him for Ins efforts in
behalf of tho radical household. As tho
office mint bo flllol by n radical, wo would
as soon it would bo a Cairo radical, os ono
from Chicago, or any other part of tho
state. Munn has been a faithful sup
porter of of tho Grant dynasty, and de
serves well nttbo hands of tho powers that
It is it fact not genornlly known that
tho firm of Chas. Fouclitor & Co., brow-
crs of this city, receive all tho hops used
n the manufacture of beer at their brew
ery, diroct from Glasgow, Scotland. As
nn item of interest we copy a letter recent
ly received by Messrs. Fcuchter & Co.,
from tho firm of whom thoy buy their
OLikOOW, Deer., 2nd, 1671.
Deab Sins : In continuation of our
Inst respects rccardintr nops, wo bee to
day to adviso you, that the demand for
nil kinds oi uavarians nas again material
ly improved nnd prices aro hardening dai
Wo cannot venture to quoto our uual
standard quality of now Altmark Hops
to-day under 30c to 38e, gold per lb. f. n.
C. hero or Liverpool (to nrrivo) in pressed
hales of 300 or 400 lbs. each. Terms : ono
month bill nott from date of shipment.
Tho favor of vour orders will bo much
esteemed nnd hnvo our most careful ntten
tion. Wo are, dear sirs,
William Boyce & Co.
Tho following woro tho arrivals nt
tho Dolrnonico hotel, Wm. Winter, pro
prlctor, for tho twenty-four hours ending
oL O n'nlniiL-. 11.111. Ban. 20111! ll. M. Sllfl-
ton and ladv, Blandville, Ky. ; Ben Flent,
Bhtndvilln, Ky. ; John Montgomery nnd
J.R. .lolmsoii, Providence, Ky. j S. N.
Curmick, Evnnville, Ind. j Henry S.
Wnlbridgo, Pulaski, county; R. Hurg,
Anna, 111. 5 H. S. Burtch and Daniel
Burtch, Ingorsoll ; P. N. Jnrvis, Evansville,
Ind. ; J. B. Miller, Memphis, Tcnn.; L.
K. Hnuk, Jackson; Nick Hums, River;
Samuel Stringer and Walter Edmonon,
Sikcston, Mo.; S. S. Hite, Louisville, Ky. ;
Capt. Moore, Sir., Mollio Mooro; Capt.
Foster, Str. North Western ; L. Kobr and
John Thompson, Str., Ark Belle ;
W. S. Morgan, Annn, 111. ; S. M. Orr,
City; Capt. Patterson, str. Knto Robinson;
G. A.D'Baun, Ullln, 111.; L.F. Marshall,
Wm. White, Dr. Thomas, Ballard co.
Ky.; Geo. W. Moulsly, Point Pleasant;
L. Kohr, J. Thompson, str. Ark. Belle;
Thos. N. Jordnn, Texas; G. L. Murrie,
Salmon rivor; Capt. Gunsnller, river!
Chr.s. Thomson, St. Louis ; Thos. T. Gard
ner, W. J. Hays, Uiandvlllc, Ky. ; It. S.
Mott, Point Pleasant, Mo.; C. W. Fllnn,
Ullln, HI.; James Patten, City, R. B.
Tho following complimentary refcrenco
to our follow townsman, Judgo David J.
Baker, was sont to The Bulletin
through tho postnlllco yesterday. Whilo
our co-respondent is entirely unknown to
ns, wo will offer him our " fist " on wlint he
says rcgnrding tlio judgo :
Caiko Bulletin: Judpo Baker has
ncarlv clood a session of tho Circuit
Court In Vienna, Johnson county, UK,
and will soon return, we eioiihi not, tlio
welcomo truest of Cairo, to h's nnxlous
family. This session of court nt Vlnnnn,
lias been very louinus, owing 10 1110 many
little petty criminal cases on the docket
But, amid tlio many pcrploxities of a bad
oold, tlio judgo maintained the samo uni
form, careful, dignified, creditnblo char
actor of tho honored citizen, accomplished
L'ontloman nnd careful judge. Well may
Cairo bo proud of bor citizon. nnd South
ern Illinois yet honor, still more, her
adopted son without exliaustint; his mer
its, nnd wo bespeak for him, if ho contin
ues his present faithful dlscharco of high
trusts, an enviablo futuro. Nothing Is
moro admirable in ones character than
that self conquest which maintains a calm,
dignified equanimity undernll circumstan
ces, doing justice to friend
and foo nllko, rising above
every potty iracibility and ngcravatlng
provocation, and with n noblo and dicnifled
accomplishment, in deportment and soul,
Hint can soaion tho soverost justice with
healing and saving mercy. Such qualities
shlno brilliantly besldo tlio petty tyranl.s
domineering severities, and thb tongue
stabbing, charactor-robblng, skin-flint pup
pet, or roliglotu hypocrite and shy lock
cut-throat, or moro domlKOglcal political
cut-throat, and lickspittle scavenger.
Very seldom does firmness comminlo tho
highest merits with kindness, nnd wiso
forbearance with justice 0. 11. P.
JOE ARNOLD'S AUCTION-
This morning, nt 0 o'clock, Constable
Arnold will soli all tho furnituto and fix
tures of tho Commercial hotol, formorly
cccupitd by Joo Itaylls. Salo positive and
to continue from day today till tho last
article is sold. For good bargains evory
body muit attend, doc21 It
CAIRO L. B. S,
nr.rortT op tup. hkokii'ts and expendi-
TUItES OP TltK LAMIIS ItlLVEVOLKNT F0-
cif.tt, mncp. avoust 30, 1871 a aoou
Below wo publl'li n report of the re
ceipts and expenditures of the Ladles' Be-
nevnlcnt Society of Cairo, for tho qunrtor
ending November 30, 1871. It will bo
ecn that tho sum of $1.10 10 has been
collected nnd contributed to thn needy in
our midst, nnd Hint besides this amount In
ensh, many destituto persons havo been
furiithcd with nrticlcs of clothing nnd
provisions. Indeed, tho society lias dono a
noblo work nmong us, nnd ns they justly
deserve, havo tho thanks of every thinking
person in the city. Tho following is the
rtKroivr ron fiust quahteii, kndino nov.
Tho following nro the names of the
porsons assisted by tho society:
Mrs. Cnnlwell f: 00
Mrs Fink 0 to
Swcdo family 19 4n
Mrs. Ifohtx, clnthlrg 2 18
Mrs. nose, - 10 40
Mrs, MoMam.iMh 6
French family, 8 M
nilnd man And hoy 2 r'
Mrs. Madison ami family sent to Hlnndvllle, 10 74
Name unknown 1 ln
Mrs. Newman sent to Eransvlllo, 11 W
Provision for n fAmllr 80
Name unknown 4 00
Mrs l.ockct. n.slsted to leave tho citv, 12 V
Sick man 3 00
Boy, name unknown 2 10
I.nmn man. name unknowi - '
Kail ll.l.. -U,l.l - -aoHIOil 10
Irarn tho city 13 no
Mexican family - 3 0"
Mrs. Nolan, - 7 0,
Mrs. Maitln, 3 00
arah William 2 On
Sick man, nnme unknown 2 oo
Totil 1T! 10
Collections nt sociable ?! 00
Tho society wish to return their hcartfolt
thanks to tlioso land ladies who so gen
erously contributed articles of clothing,
etc. And Inst, though not least, do we
wish to express our appreciation for tho
many nets of kindness received nt the
ands of thoso physicians who have given
their time nnd medicines to porsons from
whom thoy could not expect to receive
nny other reward than thanks.
Mns.M. A. McDonald, Sec'y,
At a regular meeting of tho society, hold
on Friday evening, Dccombcr 18th 1871,
tho following ottienrs were selected to
servo for the cusjing quarter :
Mrs. A. Boyle. President ;
Miss E. L. Horn Vice-President ;
Mrs. E. F. Davis Treasurer ;
Miss J. N. Horn Secretary.
After the election of officers and tho
transaction of tho business coming before
it, tho Society adjourned.
Mus. A. Doyle, President.
Miss J. N. Horn, Secretary.
Cairo, Ills., Doc. 18th, 1871."
X PINE STOCK OP EVERY VARIETY OF HOL
Mr. J. C. Carson, Commcrcinl-av., be
tween Nintli nnd Tcntii streets has re
ceived his stock of holiday goods ; nnd
when wo say that it is ono of tho largest
and best celcctcd over brought to tho city,
wo nro not saying too much. Ho lias ov
KrvLhlnv tliHt hhould bo kunt in a firat-clus
toy or fancy goods store. In tho way of
work boxes, ho lias them of every shape
and form, ranging iu price from fifty
cents upwnrds ; and of glovo and hand
kurchief boxes, ho has them of every style,
in endless quantity, and nt all prices ;
pictures, of tho handsomest designs,
nnd picture frames of all sizes nnd shapes
ut prices within tlio reach of nil. Knives,
forks, spoons nnd plated ware aro among
the attractions of Mr. Carsun's stock. He
has dolls of evory size, from tho most di
minutive to that4of a year old child in sizo
in endless variety, nnd nt all priccsj; voces,
inusiu covers, nnd in fact, anything and
everything mcntionablo aro to bo found
there. Mr.C. isdotormlned not be under
sold by any other dealer in tho city, and
lias consequently marked his goods down
to tlio lowest living prices. Ho respect
fully asks n comparison of goods and
prices, (iivc him 11 cull. declOtf
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALL-
THE TWENTT-SIXTII OP DECEMBER FIXED
AS THE DAY ON WHICH THE DRAWING
WILL COME OFF.
Determined to dispose of all the tickets
in his lottery sale, Mr. F. Vincent lias con
eluded to postpone tho drawing until the
2Ctli of December. Ho is now giving the
matter his devoted attention, and is meet
ing with tho most gratifying success on
Tlmro are six prizes, tho principal
prize, as is well-known, being a splendid
residence, that wns orected at n cost of 1 10,
000. The remaining five prizes aro as
Lot 34, block 4, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, valued at $500.
Lot 32, block I, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, vulucd at $300.
Lot 30, block 4, 3d addition the city ol
Cairo, valued nt $300.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to tho city of
Cairo, vulucd at 300,
Lot 17, block 45, in tho city of Cairo
Illinois, vnluod at $300. octCdtf
Mrs, Anna Lang has removed her
largo and olegantstock of millinery goods,
toys and fancy articles, to tho storo room
recently occupied by Mrs. Barbor, on
Eighth street, thrco doors from Commer
cial avenue. Sho has added largely to her
hiock 01 toys ana inncy articles , and is
receiving now goods of overy variety, of
tho latest fashions, every day, Hor stock
Is full and complete, and Is offered to tho
public nt tlio lowest living prices,
FEATHERS I FEATHERS !
H. Levy & Co., at No. 03 Ohio lovee,
havo on hund and for salo in quantities to
suit puichnsors, ono thousand pounds of
good feathers. Thoy will bo sold at prices
within tho reach of tlio poorest. Families
suppled at reasonable rates. dec 12-tf
For now citron, ornngo and lemon
peel, go to Jorgonson'6 cornor of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, tf
BODY OP A DEAD MAN POUND IN THE
woods orrosiTK cairo.
Tho body of a dead man wns found a
few days ago in tho woods in Kentucky
opposlto Cairo. It is supposed ho cither
committed sulcido or was killed by tho ac
cidental dlschargo of bis gun. He lays, or
did on Tuesday, nbout four hundred yards
back of Mr. Cox's residence.
Tho shot that inflicted tho fatal wound
is described as having entered under tho
chin, coming out at tho top of tho head
tearing awny nearly nil of the upper part
of tho skull. Tho body has tho appcaranco
of having been dead for flvo or six days.
All tho description wo could got is that ho
ras a medium sized man, hoavy sot, full
faco with chin whiskers. Ho appears to
havo been a stranger, as tho parties who
found him nro well acquainted with nearly
all tho citizens of this .section, but do not
remember of ever having seen him bo
foro. THE GILBERTS.
The atlcndoncc at tlio Athonum last night
was not so largo as on former occasions,
owing probably to tho very cold weather
prevailing, and to tho fact that tho pro
grnmmo for tho night had been changed
"Iho nudlcncc, however, was select and ono
that could appreciate n good
performance. Wc do not speak for
ourself nlonc, for it was Iho opinion of
every ono with whom wo conversed,
when wo say that Mrs, Bottio Gilbort
Gray, is tlio superior of any actress that
has mado an appcaranco in this city for
years. Sho has n clear, sweet voice, and
perfect control of it. Sho could bo heard
in any part of tho house, and that, too,
without nny apparent effort on her part
to mak") herself heard.
In Mrs. Gray tho company havo gained
an ncccssion that will add tenfold to its
interest, nnd wo feci sure that from this
forward the Athencum will bo crowded
nightly. Tlio play, "Camllle, or tho Co-
quettu's Doom," wns applauded by every-
b.idy present. Mrs. Gray, as ' Camllle,"
won tho encomiums of all, whilo Mark
Grayson, as usual, wns acknowledged, in
the rendition of tho character which bo
s ipportcd, perfection
To-night Mrs. Gray will appear In tho
great Irish drama of " Colleen Bawn,''
and it Is to bo sincerely hoped thnt tho
house will bo filled to iu utmost capacity
Sugar Toys, Firo Works
Sugar Fruits, Toy Wagons,
Boys' and Ladies' Skates, in variety,
Toy Carts and Sleighs,
Atmoro'a Minco Meat, Clover Uonoy,
Great variety of Dried Fruits,
Seedless, Ilaskct nnd London layer Raisins,
Canned and bottled Goods, in variety.
Poultry and Game,
Choice mixed Candies,
At Bristol a Stii.well's, No. .'12, 8th-st.
Piano Tuning. Parties wishing their
pianos tuned will plcnso address C.
Bobbins nt postofllce, or leave word with
his brother. Price $3,00 orSo.OOn year, in
cluding nt lea't two 'unliigs nnd ordinary
Brick Stop- for Rent. Tho brick
store, So. 7fl )hio Lovce, now occupied
by F. M. Stockflcth, Esq., is offered foi
rent, and will bo vacant on tho 18th inst
Apply to Jno. B. Phillis.
Marriage Guide. Interesting work,
numerous engrnvings, 224 pages. Price
CO cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis
Mo. Seo Advertisement. tf
Sleeping Rooms for Rent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
For good photographs, porcelain pic
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call or
Thomas, No. 124 Commercial avenuo. 2Ir
as good workman. Givo him a trial.
A cottngo on 12th street
rooms, cistern and out
W. W. Thorntox,
Kynnston, corner Nineteenth and
Poplar streets, will kill, tho day before
Christmas, tho finest beef in tlio city. tf.
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor
gonson's, corner of Twontioth street and
Washington nventio. tf
AVniaur's nu pius uura minced men
prepared oxpressly for family use, nt Jor
gensen's. imported .Malaga grapes at Jorgon
son's, corner of Twentieth street nnd
Washington avenuo. tf
Oysters. Louis Horbort liaHnlwason
hand a fresh supply of Saddlo Rock oys-or-
Found. That tlio choicest bivttor Is
at Jorgcnsen's Staplo and Fane y Grocory
New French prunes,
raisins always on hand
Jokoenson has tho finest
Spanish olives in tho city.
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Rattinger's Fe-
Vor Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills
For Christmas beef go to Kynaston's,
corner Ninetconth nnd Poplar stroots. tf.
Joroknson has tho best East
pfosvirvcs for salo cheap.
The host French anchovfe n tho city
nt Jorgenson's, tf
Russian snrdollos at Jorgenson's ; try
Paul G. Schuh
tolls Rattinger's incdl
tf Yahmqvth '.bloaters at Jorgenison'i
DUKE UEXIS COMING.
THE CHUND PnEE LUNCH .KATKtl T0 TAST
luo St. Louis Ditpaieh of Thurtdav
'CllDt W. JI. Thorwoitnn
known commander and half owner of tho
magnificent steamer Great Republic, and
his genial lieutenant,,!. 1. Young, arrived
in mo cny yesieruiiy irom Uatro, nnd aro
making arrangements to transport tbo
Grand Duko and his sulto from Cairo to
Isow Orleans. This will kWo tho Donular
Duko an onnorlunltv to ttnvcl on n Mis
sissippi palace, tlio finest steamer that over
utrncu a wheel. '
Ho Aloxis is coming, and our people nro
' " ircniuu to me signi oi n real live
duke. Bully for Alexis I Wo know ho
couia not return to Russia without first
Kynnston, tho popular fourth ward
butcher, will kill soma splendid beef for
Celobratod Gold pens nnd pencils
Can only bo found nt
E.&W. Buders. dccUdlw
To have magazines, periodicals, news
papers, or books rebound, try The Hulle
tin bindery. Wo nro prepared to turn
out work in first-class stylo at prices as
low as can bo obtained in St. Louis, Chica
go or Cincinnati.
Tbo nicest stack ot
Solid Silver and Plated Wnro
Can bo found nt Budor's.
Thoy sell goods cheaper than nny
Ono else. dec!7dlw
With many other line goods procured
for tho holiday trade by Tnbcr Brothers,
is n lot of very fino diamond rings, which
it is worth tho while for connoisseurs to
call and examine, besides somo extra fine
garnet good, nt reduced prices.
If you .Want
to gel n
Good nnd fino Watch or Clock,
Go to Buder'i.
They Guarantco them.
Where aro you going? To tho placo
number 03, Ohio lovce, where they keep
tho best fresh oysters, fish and gnme, a:J
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars to hi
round in the city. Open at all hours, day
or night. J, E. Parks
Ho I for Hally I
New Store I New Goods I
Best assortment of
Cooking nnd Heating Stoves
over brought to Cairo,
on Washington avenue, thrco doors above
1- Tenth street.
Alderman Fitzgerald has just received
from Ireland, a lot of tho finest Irish
whisky. The sample rooms nro becoming
quito a popular place of resort, and it is a
fact well known that nt no other place in
the citv is thero to bo found better whis
kies, wines and cigars.
Tho finest assortment of
sets of Jewelry, Ring', Pins, and Slecve-
liut'.ons, can be found nt Budor's.
dec 17 dlw.
flroitt iniliicninnnts to nny oncjwish-
tng to buy a llrst-class piano or organ.
E. A: W. Budcr offui their entire stock in
thn piano nnd organ lino at tho nctunl
cost of tho instruments. Tliov arc desir
ous of closing out tho stock so thnt thev
may use the room for jowelry manufactur
J. C. Catson,
Has a Fino Stock of Holiday Goods,
Between Ninth and Tenth strcots.
Mrs. McGco having a largb stock of
millinery goods of fall nnd winter styles,
has determined to sell them off at tho low
est prices. Hats from leventy-flvo conts
and upwnrds, among which may bo found
fino Prcncli fol vorth two dollars npicco
which will bo sold for ono dollar nnd
twcnty-flvo cents. All sorts of ribbon,
trimmings, good volvots, flowori, otc, nil
of which nro offered nt extremely low
Just received from Molroso Plant
2C0 bbls. new planation molnse,
lOOhnlfbbls. " "
250 hhds. now " sugar,
Which wo offer to tho trndo at low figures.
dec, lfi-d-lw. D. Hurd & Son.
E. & W. Ruder
Manufacture- everything that can bo called
For in tho jewcrly line.
Thoy havo procured tho best machinery
For tho purpose docl7dlw
Tlio Buder Brothers, cornor Eighth
street and Washington avonue, havo ro
coivod n bran-now lot of tho latost-stylcd
breast-pins, ear-rings, fingor rings, brac
lots, watches, clocks, etc., tmd invito th
public to call nnd ins poet tho stock. Thoy
uro also ngonts for tho Davis' sowing ma
chine, Burdctt organs and St. Louis pianos,
and offer to tho public the best bnrgains to
bo obtained at nny placo in Southern Ill
inois. Grand Opening Lunch,
Gockol's New Building,
No. C4 Ohio Levee,
Thtusdny Morning and Evening.
Tho public nro invited, All the cdiblos
of tho season sproad for friends and ac
quaintances. Come one, come all.
The Bulletin printing establish
mont is now proparod to receivo ordors for
blank books of a'l kinds, largo nnd small.
Merchants, bankors, officors and business
nion gonorally who desiro now sots of
books, should band in tholr ordors. Our
facilities ennblo us to corapoto with tho
first blank book tnanufatorios In tho West,
both in quality of work nnd prico. Par
ties desiring nny description of blank
beok work aro invited to call and examlno
books nnd prices.
Wo havo no hesitation In rccommond
ing William Ehlors, boot and shoo maker,
ne worthy of moit liberal patronage, W
know wlioroo. wo speak whon we say h's
work is done in a maiterly manner at tho
lowest prices. Ho ues nothing but tho
ut of slot!;, and ho cannot bo oxcolle in
tho dcllcato task of making nn exact fit.
Givo hi in n call nt bis shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue and
Poplar stroot, nearly opposite tho court
house, nnd wo will guarantee satisfaction.
Have juit received a nice lot of
Gold nnd Ivory
Kynaston tho popular Fourth
waru uuicncr, nt tho corner
teontli and Poplar streets, is
edged to keep tbo best meats to be found
In tho city. On his recent trin to St.
Louis, ho purchased as fino a lot of young
fat beef cattle as was over brought to this
market, two or which, weighing 3,000
pounds, bo is kcoping especially for
Christmas. Ho sells tho very best of beef
at from flvo to twnlvo and a half cents per
pound. Ho has mutton, veal, and pork
equal to nny found In tho city, and it will
bo sold as low ns tho lowest. Remember
tho place, corner Mnctcenth and Poplar,
This Mill is now turning out from
120 to ISO barrols
celebrated " Diamond Point" Meal
which has no equal In this market.
M. D. Guntkii, proprietor.
On Saturday, tho 30th day of Decern
bor, I will sell at public auction tho fol
lowing property, left on my wharfooa
3 boxes glass,
1 gns machine,
1 box tinware,
9 boxes merchandise,
1 box glassware,
7 bundles saddle-trees,
1 lot beer kegs,
1 lot fulloes.
dlt. J. M. Phillips.
It ii true that Blankcnburg's Excel
slor saloon is now one of tlio institution
of the city. All drinkers who liko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, becrj
etc. go to tho Excelsior saloon, which It
fitted up in splendid stylo. Blankonburg1
who knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
a fino freo lunch every morning and ovo-.
ning, nnd, as ho forcibly expresses it,
Sweetens the lunch with music." He
has employed tho services of a fint-rato
pianist, who makes the grand piano,
which stands in ono end or tho saloon.
speak out in musical tones. Everybody.
is invited. The best order is maintained,-
nnd nil improper characters suppressed
with nentness, cheapness nnd dispatch. Ev
crvbodv knows that tho Excelsior saloon
, t tlo cornor of Washington nvonue and
tbo Budcr Brothers,
Tho manufacture of
Hair Jewelry for Holiday Gifts
mado a specialty.
Christmas prcsonts in town
at E. & W. Buders,
corner Eighth street nnd Washington ave
Active ngonts are wanted to sell tlio j
Davis' vortical focd shuttlo sewing ma
chine, Tho simplest machino in use, con- j
sitting of but oight working parts. Tho!
most liberal torms given to good agents.
Agents nro wanted for seven counties in j
Kentucky, ton in Illinois, and ten in Mis
souri. For terms, enquire of
Geo. II. Arkakd,
Gon. Tray. Ag't, nt C. Hanny,s storo.
GERMAN SCHOOL BALL.
On tho 20th of this month, tho mombcrs
of tho German School Association will
hold a Grand Ball, for tho bonefit of the
School. Thero will bono efforts spared to
make tho occasion tlio grandest of tho sea
son. Tickets, $1.00, can bo procured at
P. G. Schuh's drug storo nnd at E. & W.
Budcr's jewelry establishment. d t d
Notice. Tho best entertainment in
tho city is nt tho St. Nicholas hotol, saloon
and rcstnurant. Tlio best music that can
bo had violin and piano. Good lunch
every morning and night. All of the
finest brands of cigars, and tho best St,
Louis lager bcor, always fresh and nice.
Givo us ncnll.
Harry Walker, Proprietor.
Peck, Frean, & Co's London biscuit
always on hand, cornor Twontieth and
Washington avenue, tf
t'lly Nntlonnl Bank Bnlldlua;.
lMpeclal attention paid taordara Irom iam
boats nliht or dav."
WOOD I WOOD 1 1 WOOD I!
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Cheap, 11 not cheaper
Than any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave orders
yard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
'rvVfth streets. Cairo, Illinois. I givo good
m Hie mates at inp 1 5;-".
mZZTd w,n cord the wo fc8& wSSSi.
130 Ohio Levee, uwr Hlone Depot,
J. D. Z AN ONE, PROPRIETOR,
Fresh Shell Oysters Received Daily.
Keeps always on hand Baltimora and Ueblle
Ojsters, which he will be glad to serve to hit CBh
to'nwt a tho best it dte1tf