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rt fvL'A V, DECEMBER 28. 18M.
Movi- wood for sale at the Cairo City
KawM.-JH. dec 21 U.
The C' j!ity court reconvened on Mon
day. .Hi I i.i now in Bonriioii for general
Jewel Cunts, Curd Cases ami f.ady'i Com
l:itil n at Itockwoll & Co's. tjl
John Ilylund, city collector, U Hulling, i
fro.ii day to day, the town lots upon
whi h tlii" corporation taxes for 1S09
n uiain unp ii'l. Tho sale being held
at the court house.
( . . f candies .15 c. per lb, (mix It
f until January 1st ; common !
' iu I s cheuper. Canned and dried !
and all kinds of groeerles very
t heap a J K. Phillip', opposite new 1
( iistf m II iu.mc. 27tf j
Ti.o earn rf ueb pttnport as fall alck in ,
f a., l.as : ei.n awarded to Ut sfstora of
t..L f t'e .mt, in charge of St. Mary's (
I -hrii.ary There were ten or twelve-
L.ds cuiuiiittcil, and theirs ticlng the low
est and best, wai accepted.
We are not advised thnt the contract
f ir ..(ij.ing the other elusses of paupers
as ive i let.
Svlt .tilirrtUr J.
P...l n's Vitalia or Salvation for the
H w t.i ribM with it IU own Lest adver
t semen'. As the light shines through
t' i ;tt; you nee that the liquid Is clear
an th , azure of heavon. You smell It
and find the odor agreeable. You ap
ply it and it change gray hair to any
iiii'.untl shade without soiling the .-oalp or
irdti..ig heailacl. Nothing can bo
Ujijre harmless. dec27dfcwlw.
What l!iy "nst.
The county etork informs us that the to
tal r .st of the pail pen of Alexander coun
'y lur.i.g the past yar, Including all
r..s f f fxpftii? at all relating theroto
ile.- not ex'- 1 nine thousand dollar.?.
Th.s ut over three thousand le. than
they p.j-it undir any plan hitherto adopt
""cl. "A'i.at will be the result of the plan
yet t gc into cllVct, we cannot, of courau,
fureteh. There are reasons for believing
that it will Involve a still leu outlay,
or it would not have been adopted.
Haw In I'onimrnrfi lh .w Tfr.
do to .Mi.ier & .Miller's, and mipply
your.telf with one of thono ftleg.int suits
which they re selling at price.- that
a.tonih competitors. Don't forget the
liaf. underwear, nor the ho-e nor neck
tu, Thus (M(iilppml, you will feel o
ci.mfjrtalie th t yon will enti'r with zeal
upiiii keeping of yotir nw rertoli:
t. f, and will look so retpfttAbttt that
y i will be gladly waJcomod into the
I t it tirrU-t f socUty, malt or fimslc.
Try it. There U no mis4ak atwwt, It
Mt!cr i- Mdler'.i Htiit havu an lvatimr
i i.r-tt.aiHzingeir upon tho wtarrs.
dec 27 1 I w
The Ca.lno ltd 1 1 Mc.
As wo predii'tcd would be thea.ie, the
t afl.ti'j dress ball, laat night, was a grand
ssiccc.-H. The large haH was wull filled
I y resiic- table IudUs and gentlemeni
entered with a keen zest in to the
ri-c realigns of the evening. To the mea
sures of mst delightful mu.'ic the ay
throng kept Up until far beyond tho
tnrn of niht, the gentlemanly managers
add.ng much to the enjoyments of the
occasi n hy giving their duties such at
tention as Insured the utmost harmony
an I g j'jd feeling throughout In short,
the ( aIno drew bull, of Dec 27. ISOO, will
l ng h n nmliered as one of the moat
ct.j. jal.le re unions ever held in Cairo
tho L-i f fueling characterizing It tim
Cf intneni'f meat to close.
Attrnton, Mr KnlslH!
The ofilcera elect of Cairo Command
dery, No. 1), will be Installed at the St.
Charles Hotel, on Tuesday evening, I)e
cem'or -s, it S o'clock P. M. All Sir
Kiughts are expected to appear fully
cq n;'j.ed and In uniform.
yi rl rof the E. C.
Jx S- Rkardxx, Recorder.
iirrwtiu titer :
Hm!n-nt Commandur. .Charles II. Footo
(k neralisslmo Jewett Wlleox
I aptain General- Joseph H. Lufkln
Prelate - Horace Wardner
.stiin hwd Bearer- Wm. H. Dine
Roci rder , Jamo-s a. Rearden
Treaaurpr C. Winston
Sword Bearer 0. C. DavhUon
Senior Warden P. W. Barclay
Junior Warden A. H. Irvln
Warder C. W. Dunning
The St. Nlchlolas Hotel Is thronged, J
day and night, with patrons. Drop In I
thero when you will, whether at mid- :
day or midnight, and you will find Its f
sittlug rooms, billiard hall, restaurant (
and parlors, full of patrons and guests. ,
TIiIh is so, becaiiHo Walker and Sisson
"know how to koop a hotel;" because
they understand and properly rain '
istor to tho wants of strangorsand trav
olers; because they have largo rooms, '
good bods, attentive servants, good feed,
and good cheer genorally; and kecauao
tho hotel is situated within a hundred
yards of either thantcamboat landing or
railroad depot, un.d lu the vory.centor of
the business portion of the city.
Messrs. Wnlkor & Sisson, aa landlords,
nro over on tho alert, giving their husl
nous (he closest personal supervision, and '
HeeliiBr to jt that, n all cases, "thp stran-,
gerlsgrevU'd well." They &ro olever,
obllglngUberali ruU just wioh men as
ught to Miocood, I
a :Ro.iiiT n:::?r.rrAi, utuijiitr.n.
Notice Is hereby given to all morchants
saloon-keepers, draymen, and all other
persons Interested, that there must be a
nrnmntoomnllnn with tho nrovlslons
of the ordinance requiring a renewal of 1 at tho 'Bulletin' olTlco in quest of the
licenses on tho 1st day of January, 1870. 11,3 nrm waa hanging by hla
On and after the Ctli of January, all per- "ido rlJte as useless as his empty coat
wins who shall have failed in tills refect, Ievc, and his shoulder wasbadly swo
will be promptly prosecuted, tho pollco 'en. His fall had dislocated, or severely
of tho citj having been specially charged I strained his shoulder, and, through
fn rn-rt.m! u-iMirtitt r.irtiir nnUri. to tho ! neglect It has become a very serious
proi-cutlou of all who may then be de
John H. OiiKniiY, Mayor.
Attest: John Brown, City Clerk.
December 2S, ISC!), dlw
MM I.I .
NefPs is tho place to buy your Shirts.
He has on hand a magnificent stock
at prices that defy competition. For In
stanceall wool llannel shirts, one dol
lar and a quarter each well made. tf.
What nf .VewYtar'n liter t
The youngsters, having shared In the
enjoyments of Christmas, arc looking
forward with not a little eagerness to the
preienU, pastimes and pleasures of the
New Year. Among othor delights In
reserve for them is an indulgence tn a
free festival to be given in the Christian
Church building, on Friday evening
next Nqw Year's ove. It is proposed
that there be contriHutlons of cakes,
fruit", confections, nuts, books, toys, etc.,
by those Interested In the movement,
t'ne whole to bo forwarded to tho f hurch
building by tho hour of 10 o'clock, Friday
The announcement made ww to tho
ellect that the festival would' be a free
otm, from which we Infer that the Invita
tion is '-come one, come all;" and If this
Is a correct Interpretation of the an
nouncement, the Christian Church will
be filled to overflowing, as, upon siieh' on
occasion, It ought to be.
Vq hope there will be a liberal res
ponse to the call for contributions, ad
that tho request that all packages dona
ted be delivered at the chnrch by 10
o'clock Frldaymoraing-.wlll bo oberv'efa.
Ladles and gentlemen, aptln uch mat
ters, and Interested in the success of trie
fentlval, will attend to the disposition of
tue contributions and the arrangement
of all the details.
The stock of silk hata at Miller &. Mill
er's comprises the very lateatfttylea and
the finest make of the season. The
varloty Is very great, the stock large,
and prices have been regulated to har
monizu with tho times, Call in and ex
amine. Mr. C. Zuckrlegel, of the firm of Zuck-
rlexel. Newberry & Co.. of tho town of
Owensboro, Kentucky, practical marblo
woruH, monumental drfiir and im
porters of Scotch granite, Italian mar
ble, etc. Is in tho city on busings con
nected with his firm. We have been
furnished the highest testimony as to
Mr Zuckrlegel' worth as an artl.-t and a.
gentifman, and feel assured that "all or
ders he may receive from our citizens
will be moit satisfactorily exeou(d. He
ha made Mr. Carl I- Thomas the agent
of the -inn lu Cairo, and will, In due
saton,'furnlh 'him with designs that
will indicate the character of the firm's
achievements Iu the line of. marblo
P Rlelly having determined to cloe
out the- batanco c-f hla goodii. at tho
earliest possible moment,-, will hence
forth sell anythlngoulrand atC(Ut.'And
LES4 TITAN COST t
Two men, evidently determined on
of lrhf ulary, vis-1
ites the residence of .Mr. Van mil, on
Eighth street, about 12 o clock last eight
and ascending the rear stairs, tried to ef
fect an entrance Into the building. Mr,
Hall Is absent from the city, bat the
presence of the nocturnal visitors being
made known to Mrs. Hall.sho called to a
young man sleeping in a lower room,
to prepare himself that he might give
the sconnderels a warm reeeptlon wel
come their arrival, infact, with a ball.
A tew seconds afterwards retreating foot
steps were heard, and when Mrs. Hall
looked out. she saw tho would-be burglars
passing dri to the premises of a neigh
bor, from whence they oscapod un
harmed, ' - -
Xi THr r.r Rait.
The Rough and Ready Fire company
have-dotermlned to give a ball in Wash
ington Hall, on New Year's eve, and In
persuancq or that determination are now
perfecting all the needful arrangements.
The assurance Is given to the'publle that
the bull shall be one that will reflect cnfdlt
upon the company, surpassing In the
completeness of Its details all former re
unions of a like character.
Ronr.itT Brtin.vcrr, Crrnta. Orth,
. Henry MAirajf- T !
Committee bf Arrangements- ,
Dec Teod 2w, ft wu
t-: . - " i
.............. M. 1(
Notice, sanctioned by thp signatures of
tho mayor and cjty clerk, U glven,.In au
other column", that there must be' a re
newal of all liquor llcensesmerchants'
licenses and all other klndiflf-CltyJlcensvffiuoJn coal In aujntltles ta suit purchas-.
es, by tho 1st proxlrno. H, pn he fith of efs. Ho weighs alt ljls. joalr and gives
Janunry, the Ilsenff recftril "iti the city .every pound his customers pays forr and
clerk's office shall ahowa,ny,aelnquenU, . delivers It fre of charge fo any part of tk
they will Iminudiately be waited, upon by city. , . r
the pollco, and proseonted to the full ei. I Coal Is a casft arilelfr. Ross-haa to pay
tent of the law. There Is a fixed-purpose on deliveryand he dacdot extern! any
tcular, and parties laterostnii vlll v
on amount equal to tho cost of their li
censes, by giving the mattor due heed;
Hurt 1T a Fall.
On Thursday last an old German,
i whose name wo did no learn, lost ,hla
footing and foil violently to tho ground.
Although ho felt himself considerably
hurt, at the time, lie did not, on account
of his pecuniary destitution, call upon
1 a physician. This morning ho called
.... . -rr - .
Injury. He was commended to tho con
sideration of the overseer of the poor,
and, Is, probably, now In tho keeping
of tho county.
IlrUtol A. fttimvell, rnnilljr Orocrr,
Have made ample preparations for tho
Holidays In their line, at whose house
No. 32 Eighth street, may be found at
prices to meet the time, choice green and
canned fruits, foreign and domestic dried
fruil, boitlal good, nuti, xkatcs, confec
tionary toys, and others of leauty and
They will mix their own candles. The
now and celebrated Alaaka Candy can
bo" had of them, r
Tho number of the transient poor per-
1 sons In the city, seems to bo Increasing
, dally. And among the majorltyof them
the Impression seems to prevail that to
supply their wants, all they have to do
Is to call on the mayor. As no funds aro
placed at the disposal of that officer to
provide for the poor, every applicant Is
1 turned" away empty handed, unless In
deed, he receive a personal contribu
tion. Tho truth Is there Is no provision,
; county, city, or State, for the transient
poor that come among us. A residence
Is necessary to entitle tho poor to help at
, the hands of the county, but less than
one fifth of the parsons seeking aid are
I bonl Jlile residents. Theconsequonco Is
no help can be extended to a vast ma-
' jorlty of those who apply for It
Or Household and Kitchen furnituro.
I will sell, at public auction on Thursday,
Dec. 30th, ot ten o'clock a. m., at the
residence of Fred Theabold corner of
Fifth and WalnutSt, a large assortment
of parlor and kitchen furniture, couI.it-
, ,nS of -iofas, chaiH mirrors, carpet), bed-
' . .ts Ji i 1-11
btuads, center tables, dinning tablvi,
wardrobes, wash stands, safes, bureaus,
heating stoves, eooking stoves, etc., etc.
Sale positive and. without reserve.
I.ooUoat, Iloja I
Boys old enough to know better, devo
ted an hour or so yestarday, to the work
of shooting the "tame'' pigeons that In
fest different parts of the city. These
pigeons are, most probably, a nuisance,
but fjoyi aro not the proper parties to
abate the nuisance- A chargo of shot
from a gun In the hands of one of the
boys In question, was showered against
the window of a Walnut street resilience,
aad left marks that show that It is well
they struck the window Instead of a hu
man being. Such reckles shooting is
highly reprehensible, and to prevent It
an ordinance prohibiting tho dis
charge of fire-arms In tho corporation,
was enacted years ago. Lookout, toys.
Better be careful.
The completest stoch of gentlemen's
furnishing goods iu the city , Is to be
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
be a remarkable want, indeed, in tills
.line that they eannot satisfactorily supply
-at tho very lowst figures rullug in tho
Th Attraction still Maintained.
The lino dlsnlav of silvor and nlatad
-ware, Jewelry In sots of tho most elegant
patterns, finger-rings, breast-pins, brace
lets, culf and collar-buttons, studs, lock
ets, fine gold and silver watches, watch
chains, etc, etc., continues to attract
customers in large numbers to the Jew
eliy store of E, fe W. Bnder, corner of
Eighth straet and Washington avenue.
And the low prices that have atonlshed
buyers, still obtain there!
As thero are many who contemplate
giving and exchanging New Year's gifts,
we have no doubt that Budor's will con
tinue to command a large run of holiday
custom. They havo articles suited to
all ages and conditions of life, and their
goods will in all cases come up to their
We will give flTe percent, of our sales,
till the. 1st of January, to the Orphan
Asylum and five per cent to the Sisters'
Hospital. Our books, at all times, open
to inspection of Treasurers of these Insti
tutions. T.U1ER BK0TURR3.
We neglected to mention, at the proper
time that tho interest of th publlcschool
exhibition was greatly hlghtened by the
excellent balcony serenade given by the
Cairo Silver Cornet band, and th fine
nrrli..it m muli furiilaliftil I f TvaiifTm an'a
string band, assisted by two or three am-
afeur performers, all of Cairo. The mu--
hc having been volunteered Is certainly
wortbyof ihla mention. '
Mr. James Ro8 ad vertlssa his ability to
r..,niuh niff.h,..,, r r,w.n on.i rn
re strictly cah, nnd he eannot, for the
a)jomrmodatlon of anybosy, vary from"
A well selected stock of Juvenllo and
Toy Books at Rockwell & Co's. tjl
Tabor Brothers can't bo undersold.
Tho largest stock, of over coats in tho
city, at P. FefTs, No. 79, Ohio Levee, tf
Angostura Bitter's, V.
Solo agent, Cairo, Illinois.
Gold Is down, and ho aro the prices of
Tabcc Brother.' elegant bijouterie.
Pocket Diaries for 1S70 at
P. IUelly has a largo stock or hats,
whloh will bt sold at New Xork whole
sals priaes. tf .
Shell oysters, game, etc., can always
bo seeured at Walker
A aisaon'a reatau
Nov 2 tf
Taber Brothers' Bohemian
Alaska Candy" and Strawberry Ico at
Bristol & Stllwell's.
Thorwaldsen's Celebrated Bas-Rellefs
of tho Four Seasons, Night and Morning
For good fitting clothing ready made
or made to order, go to P., Nell". No 7!),
Notice Tabor Brothers five per cent of
sales to Sisters Hospital.
W. B." Bock-
well & Co.'s 64 Ohio Levee.
.. - tjl.
Seedlosa Raisins at Brlstol'ittUwell'd.
Go to P. Netra
for the most fashion
tf Tabor Brothers, stlll.allyo.
P'lrst-classflay board at "Walker & Sis-
on's restaurant, at $ per week. tf
.,r, ... ; rrtr
Poultry for the Holiday's at Bristol &
Writing-Desks, Work-Soxes and Port
folios at Rockwell & Go's. tjl.
can tell you "whats
Knit Jackets, all wool, at the actual
cost, at P. Ncfi'a, Np. JDOhloLcyco.
Pltchert Henry's large stock of bar
ware, cutlery, too, stoves, tinware, etc
will be sold without regard, to cost. tf
Crandall's and Hill's, Alphabet Blocks
at Rockwell & Cp'. , yy, tu f tjl.
Tho finest stock of Sliver-plated Ware
In the city at Taber Brother'.
Chill Curo. ,rIt never
Games, Toys, and Homo Amusements
at Rockwell fc Co's. tjl
Gent's calf hoots only .1 7., at P. NofPs
No. 79, Ohio Levee. tf.
Taber Brothers manufacture any artl
cle of Jewelry desired.
Fine two story brick residence. Ap
ply to Thomas Gp.re.v & AttR.v.
Have you .eeu the Alaska boots? They
ars the most comfortable boot In use. For
sale at P. NefTs no 79, Ohio Levee, tf.
iliialnraa Ilouao for Rent-
That eligibly 'nltuatcd business house
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, 1
for rent. Apply on tno firemUoi.' '
Taber Brothers will give money or goods
for old Gold and Silver. 1 h'
Checker, Clies, Cribbage Boards, Dice
and Dice Cups at Rockwell & Co's. tj
Brothers have splendid Dla-
Do yon want a stylish hat? NofTs Is
the place and the only place to
them, of all the latest fashions nnd in
great. abundance. His s tod;.-In this 1 in
cannot be equalled in Cairo. tf.
Elegantly bound Books for the Holl-
, days' at W. B. RocfcwelJ Co-.; BS'Ohlo
Levee ' tjl.
' See what Taber BrothorVbffe'r to do for
tho Orphan Asylum.
100 dozen genuine English, anil Lisle
i thread socks, at a great reduction In
f former prlees,at Peter NelPs, No.79, Ohio
J Levee. tf
t Everything In the Book and Stallon.j
ery lane can always Be round at v. a.
i Rockwell it Co.'a 68 Ohio Levee. tjl
Taber Brothers 'take ptcasirrd In showing
t goods If you don't buy.
'board" can oe
and Slsson's for
1 Per week- T,ia hil of fara consists of
tf a bestln theket, .,vttily -.x
,-pert caterers In an unexceptlonabl ytylo.
' ThQ CoutlncnUl tlj8 onIy Coo!t"st6vb
wllh sliding oven doors.
all respects. Pltclier A
.Commercial avenue, cor, i-tn atreot.
"""m, . t..-Ti .ifai f '
, pnotogrilph Albums from 25 enta to
f f20 W) each nt Rocfee'll 'cVrS. Jl
. r . -t v r ., , . m . ,
AjmMt giving away. Ncfl- Li.ijejlln
Kent',1ihJewnTta,,4iiwer81 nd In
fact everything Ja-Geaf unUerwertrw
mem hi an. n is more hko givjpK uiew
Kiitnrgemput or the Ttnllclln.
Wo aro making arrangements toen
largo both tho dally and weekly ' Bulle
tin,' nnd shall probably appear In our
enlarged form about tho 20th of January.
Should tho prospect of increased pat'on
ago scorn to warrant, wo shall take the
Associated Press dispatches, Including
markets from Now York, Chicago, Now
Orleans, etc. All this will Involve a
very considerable outlay of money, and
wo hopo our citizens will not permit us
to go entirely unreimbursed.
Any advertising favors Intended for
the enlarged paper, should bo handod iu
by the 10th of January.
havo handsomo Holl-
Messrs. William fc Patrick O'Calllhan,
of the night poIIce,vhrought In several of
fenders against thoordlnanccsof tho city,
whom squire Ilrosa disposed or this morn
ing, an follows:
Henry Johnson, a desperate and daro
devil negro, was found iu tho possesion
of a slung shot weighing about a pound.
He was fined $10 and costs, to pay which
he will board with McHalo 10 days.
Robert Bedford was cutting up shines
of an obnoxious character, on tho streotii
and as even colored men ma"y not do
such things with perfect Impunity, Rob
ert was asked to '-como along," which
ho did. His compliance cost $" and
costs, tho whole amounting to upwards
Casper Sperber sloshed too much
"cohosh" Into his "Inards" and bocamo
objectionably limber. As he couldn't
plead Christmas In mitigation of his of
fence, ho too was taken along, and hav
Ingno money to pay a lino of $2 and
costs, he took quarters in castle McHalo
until after Now Years.
Next came Robert Gilchrist a sun
burnt son of Ethtop, and It appearing
that ho had demeaned himself in a man
ner at variance with tho new status of
the colored man, the 'Squire asked him
to entrust about S10 to his keeping, for
tho benefit and behoof of the city, whose
dignity he had outraged, and of certain
offldaU whoso services ho had com
manded. Mr. Gilchrist complied rather
unwillingly and left, feeling himself
James Bright, another dusky-hued In
dividual, Imitated the example set by
Gilchrist, and met Gilchrist's fate, with
this diHercucc, that having no money,
he was calaboased.
Manysleepless nlghtsof painful watch
Ingsto the anxious mother might be
avoided, by using thl.i Invaluablo pre
To the attention of Messrs. Root and
Cady, Chicago, we are Indebted for cop
ies of the beautiful songs entitled be
"Tln-nl-mln-nl-wln-kum-ka, or the
Chlnamanan's farewell."' Song and
Chorus, by Chlng Foo. Price, 30 cts.
This song, which Is dedicated to Sing
Loo. wife of Chang, the Chinese giant,
Is destined to become tho song of tho
day. Alroady tho boys are whistling It,
and we don't see how they can help do
ing so, for tho melody Is so sweet and
luntful that It almost goes alone. Tho
minstrels sing It; tho orchestras of the
theatres play It, and Clung Foo, Its wri
ter, Is on the high road to popularity be
cause of it. The name "Tlnulmlnnl
wlnkumka," may beundoritood to mean
"Flower of Beauty," and Is tho name of
tho heroine of the song.
"Maying lovo whlloon tho Ice." Song
and chorus. Words and music by Frank
Howard. Price, 30 cants.
A song for tho season as the title indi
cates. If you wish for good advice upon
th.s interesting subject semi forthissonr
and you will getlt
N K W ADV K RTJ SE.H KiVT .
OtS COAL YABD.
.TAMES JiO-SS. Proprietor
I OUJICHCIAI. AVK.MJi.',
Opsonin 1'oot of r.lnvriilh Slrsat.
IChbj i-oiminnilv on un-l l'inlr. Sit 'Itrhon.
pii'2Kii Ch i wlj.i li w I ' i) Uiivarml .it iii.tii-
I ll-u ta !.., II i.iv puri r inn a-rf.
All (ink. w-.n.-.i, tit. i fiul inu4iir xu-Ri)tail.
Jjl E. ALBRIGHT,
ATTORNEY AT LAiV,
uitlca.roruor of 'iivrlftli .trrt itml Wash.
W II pr.i4tfc--r.vUla' :nl thi a.liolilac iu4lUI .-ir-
jinu, uml ittiVa cnUVM-liott't in tho nrtljnnormmiin
Ha uf Min.ouruiivl Khuuio. itaMHt
v ! ATTOItyEYS AT LAW.
'o'ttfee in Rrn' Sf r RiiIIiHiik,
Uiruttrof r.loTt-nth htri ixn.l Commiroiit Avoi.ir
II. tVnton U'ebli
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