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iaaaaaaam Indrinilnt fltiliHP nt fkl.l.Val.
piowt. mteM every Ttiurulay rilicM
,, : , inu-jasvreYen, in meir nuon
UinraercJal urenue, between sixth and 8ventn
T. .r. Kiirn, N. O.
1AIHU KNUAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. r..intta
KJiu lOtM-rvlluw' IUII on the flnstuml third
. m ererjr monin, at nair-Mi rcvcn.
. Jwo. II. Oiikiilt, U. 1'
ilohl rririilnr communication In Ma-
imulo IUII, corner Commercial aveuue
; 7 'ami MgiiUi (rt, on the auconil ana
uunu uonuay or men montli.
Attorney at Law.
OrriCK: AlrrnlJenr on Ninth HlrfM.be
twwn Washington aTmi anil Walnut Ml.
I II I .
"ylhUAM. B. KITH, X. D.
MCIIDKNCK: No. 21 Thirteenth street, I
tweea Waibincton avenue and Walnut atrtet.
Orr ICE i North aide of Eighth atrevt be.
Iween Commercial and Waahlncton avenue.
BKStDKNCKi Corner Ninth and Walnut
OrriCKt Corner glxUi alreet and Ohio Lett.
0KK1CK IIOUKH: From 6 a. a. Uru., and
from i to 8 p. in.
Attention t ataalera.
Wc have lour dozen Imitation Ebony
Sprague Can-OtK;ncrs, taken for stiver
thing, which we will sell nt two dollars
lcr dozen. Inquire nt liullotin ofllcc.
A. Halley has rcniovetl to his new
store room, 115 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, find next door to
the Arab engine house, where he will be
pleated to we all hi old customers and
as many new one. B-IIO-tf
arc offering their entire stock of dress
goods at prices that will speedily clear
them out. Now is the time to buy nti
elegant holiday gilt nt an extremely low
price. 1 2-23-4 1
Hew Year'i Rail.
Turnhallc, am Sylvcjtcrabcnd, ik-ii
31tcn Dvz., 1S7C. In plain English
New-Year's ball in celebration of the
opening of the new Turners hall, New
Year's Ere, 31tt December, 1875.
A tJaat Place te Bay,
A. llslley't new store is certainly one
of the bet t arranged of the kind to be
found la the city, ami what Is better, he
has so arranged hi prices that many arc
taking advantage of the opportunity ol
fcred to buy staves, tinware, etc., cheaper
than ever known In Cairo. Call ou Hal
ley, Ilk Cownereial avenue, next door to
the Arab esglne house. S-IMMf.
7 Waalrd
Everybody to kaow tUat Ilia place to gut
A smooth i!itc,
A good abampoo,
A faahlouable hair-cut,
Or any thing in that line,
la at the OkAnii (jKHTlut. llAltHKn
SUOH, coruur Ughtu and Commercial.
t-a-if J ukoiuim SrstiNuotiaa.
Uo Her Them.
Bitder Urothers, jewelers, comer or
Klghth street and Washington avenue,
it one of the oldest and most reliable
btttlness firms in Southern Illinois. They
have thu beat ol workmen In their estab
lishment, ana i..iulacture to order any
thing In their line win. .tinpiitcli and or
the II nest material. Their sto. u at' Jew
elry is elegant and is one of the largest
sari best ever brought Into the State.
1 2-0-1 ui
We arc showing an elegant line of
gloves, hosiery, collars ntid cutis ; the
largest and most extensive stock of ladles
ties In the city, together with an endless
variety of fancy goods, bought expressly
for the Holiday trade. All of which nru
offered at prices that we iu.uuntkk to
be lowar than can be found elicwhere
Real Estate Column
Good dwelling house ou Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Tenements Nos. 2, Hand 4, on .Sev
enth street, west of Walnut.
Store-room corner Twentieth nml
Poplar streets.
Business houso on I.nvcc, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Stlhvell.
Buslucss house on Levee, uear Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man ik Co.
Winter's Block-suitublo for Hotel
Ollkes or Business rooms cheap.
Tenemi'iits numbered 4, 7, 8 and 0, In
Winter's Bow, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (comer), 12 607 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth stitt, ncar Wash
ington avenue 4 rooms $lo H month.
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Hnlley.
A good farm with good houses, oj.do,
slto Cairo Haws farm cheap.
A small Houso west of Twenty
second street,near Pine, $4 per month.
Dwelling houso on Twellth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms.
Store room ou Lovce, above Eighth
street $20 per mouth.
Dwellitig house on Sixth street and
Jefl'erson u venue.
Upper floor of brick building on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street,
very desirable.
Rooms In various parts oi the city.
Lauds, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
'Wt ittllit.
CyAll bills foradvertitlne, aic due find pay
able IH AUVAC.
Transient mUcrtlsltiR will be inserted at thv
rate of 41 CO lr square for the first Insertion
and W cents for eochiubjequent one. A liberal
diacui)twlll be inniVe on Bliinillng audlltiluy
Church, Society, 1'eatival and Supper notices
will only be Inserted as xtvertlcf mtnta,
Kor iiiserllni; Kuneral notice t (), Noteof
rneetinjr of eoclttii-s or secret orders W cvuts fur
each Insertion.
No advcrtlrieruent Will be recehed at lets than
Zrfieal Buaineaa Notlcaa, of
ten lines or more. Inserted
In th Bulletin as follows :
One Insertion per Una n Cents.
Two Insertions par Una 7 Oenta,
Three insertions per line 10 Cents.
Six Insertions per line 15 Cents.
Two weeks per line 20 Cents
One month per lino 36 Cants.
Ho Reduction will bo made In above
otpy news:
Ioeal Wenttaer Keport.
Cairo, III., Dec. Itfli.
Winii. I Vai.. I Weatii.
i I fair.
:i Clear.
i I "
in; 1
Sergeant, Slxual SerrKc, U. b. A.
To Bent.
Cottage on lllth street, live rooms, good
cistern, etc. Enquire of Dit. Smith.
Local Jolting-'
"Big Bonanza."
Oo fee "Big Bonanza."
This Is the season of free lunchei.
Police business was dull yesterday.
The Phantom party at Liberal Hall
to-morrow night.
Athcnctim "Big Bonanza."
Circuit cou re will convene next Mon
Grand lunch at "Our Saloon" to
night.. 12-lG-tt
"Big Bonanza"' at the Athcncum to
Geo. ilertz, E-q., of Mound City, was
In town yesterday.
Fresh iiultlmure atiell iiyilrrs nt
the tflaiiterV House. ll--JH.ll
Scores of drunken men on Christ
The Hibernian lire company's ball
For groceries oi every kind, go to
Louis 11. Myers', 113 Commercial avenue.
Probate court was In session yester
The public schools having suspended
lor tiie holidays, the scholars nru having
a jolly time of it.
Be sure and come to the grand lunch
at "Our Saloon to-night.
12-15-tf Fked. Uohikins.
We arc under obligations to Mr. C.
B. Woodwatdof Lockport, Xew Vork,
for a box of choice canned iruits.
Como one, come all, and cat ol the
grand lunch at "Our Saloon" to-night.
12-15-tf Im:i). HoniKi.v.s.
Stuart & (iholson arc otlerlng an ele
gant line oi black Mlks, which tlicy tle-
hlre to elo.e out, and will niter theui, ilur-
ng the holidays, at ilrt coct. 12-23-41
Found A wallet, containing a Miinll
ttiin of monev. The owner can obtain
It by applying to Robert Adams, at the
Egyptian Mill-. 12.22-1 w.
Mrs. Thomas Caiu will please accept
our thanks Tor the thoico lot oi confec
tions tent us ou Christinas morning.
For splendid blankets, water-proofii.
cashmere and Jeuus, call on liurger, i:h
;oi..i,.rclsl avenue. 12-1'J-lin.
-The metnlvr.M -01 JU-v. N'ulsou Rick's
church (colored Baptist) havo been In
dulging in u festival, the proceeds to be
expended in completing their church
Work ou the new levee will probably
be resumed to-day, though the ground is
in a fearful condition, and but little can
be accomplished until it has had more
time to dry out.
Wanted A small furnished or un
furnished house, witli stable- room. In
the country preferred, Address, Bennet,
Bulletin olllce, Cairo, III. 12-23-:it
Some time during Sunday night,
thieves broke Into Nick Williams' meat
shop, at the corner of Washington ave
nue asd Twentieth street, and stole about
all the meat tiicro w.n n the shop. No
clue to the thieves.
Oil cloths.carpcts, and and in fact
everything heart can wish for, canjbe
found by calling on Burger it Co, 121
Commercial avenue, 12-10-1 111
Just received, CO boxes Irish soap, SO
buckets kcttlo rendered lard, 1 cask
prunes, and for sale at bottom prices, by
Strattou & Bird. . -42-12-2S.3t
For the oysters we enjoyed on Christ
mas day wc are Indebted to Mr. Winter,
oi the oyster, llsli and game depot, corner
Seventh street and Commercial avenue.
The dourc will accept thanks.
Freali Iliilllmoro alicll oyNtcrn nt
lliuFInutcra' House. I !:. II
Ladles wishing to purchase under
wear for themselves or children, can get
Just what they want at Burger & Co's,
124 Commercial avenue. 12-10-1 in
Hosiery, gloves, nubias and scarfs
in great abuudancc, and at the very low
est prices, at Burger & Co's ; 121, Com
mercial avenue. 12-10-lm.
A largo stock of ladles', misses' and
JilUlan's shoes, of tlio latest styles uud
H1104 material, and very cheap, arc ou
sale av Burftcr & Co's, 124 Commeielul
avenue. 12-10-1 in.
Thu taMejj 0f tls most fastidious lady
can bo satlsllea by calling on Burger &
Co, when they wntlaccs, embroideries,
linen, cull's or colikri). Their stock is
superb nud complete. 12-10-lm,
Choice Michigan chw for sale tit th'j
Now York store, by thu quart, gallon
ami barrel ; also iv. & w. hm Rising
Buckwheat flour, very choice.
10-12-10-lOt. C. 0. Patkir a Co.
4 Ileitis
Filly cenl., at Winter's Gallery.
Preparations for tho phantom party
at Liberal hall to-mnrrow (Wednesday)
evening, arc being completed ns rapidly
as possible. The attendaucu promises to
be large, and the eccaslou a very pleas
ant 011c. '
Stuart & Gliolsou tiro ollerlng an ele
gant llni! of ladles' cloaks, made ex
pressly for them, nt prices guaranteed to
be lower than elsewhere, 12-23-lt
Table linens, napkliin, towels and
bed spreads of every kind, and to suit
the wants of every person, can he found
In great abundance at Burger & Co's,
121 Commercial nvenuc. 12-10-lm
.lust received from New York 2000
pounds more of those Hue mixed French
candles at twenty-live cents per pound at
Pint, ILSaui-'h,
Corner Eighth street and Washington
avenue. 12-22-tf
All persons that received invitations
to attend thu soeiablcs at Liberal hall, arc
especially invited to attend the phantom
party to-morrow evening, for which an
elegant oyster supper hn been arranged.
Every member of the I. T. Society Is ex
pected to be present. It
For ribbons and ties of every shade
and quality, and inulllers of all kinds,
ou should go to Burger &. Co's, 124,
what you want, and will not tall to please
vou. 12-10-lm
Stuart & Gholson oiler 100 dozen
Linen handkerchiefs nt $2, $3, andSist
per dozen. A great bargain. A dozen
of these handkerchiefs would make a very
appropriate holiday present for either
lady or gentleman. Come early, as theb
aic selling rapidly. 12-23-lt
Burger A Co. have on hand one of
thu largest, most elegant and fashion
able stocks of drees goods, silks and pop
lins over brought to Cairo. They have
put their prices down to the very lowest
notch, and buyers will llnd It to their
ml vantage to give them a call. 12-19-1 in
The managers of the Methodist Sab
bath school testlval desire to return
thanks to John Q. llaruisu, Esq., and (
Messrs. Sattord, Morris fc Candee, for the
free use of tho building In which thu
Christmas festivals were held. Alto
Messrs. Wheeler & Co., and Mr. 11. Kin
uear tor kindnesses shown.
There is no merchant in Cairo who
understands more perfectly the wants of 1
our people than J. Burger, and on his
last trip east, he purchased one of the
most elegant stocks of shawls, cloaks
and furs that could be found. Give him
a call and look at them, whether you buy
or not. 12-10-1 in.
Jescph Johnson, a colored man, was
arrested yesterday on a warrant sworn
out by one Anna Brown, au old colored
woman who lives ou Nineteenth street,
charging Johnson with breaking into her
house and carrying away a lot of chick
ens. After bearing llie evidence, Judge
Bross held Johnson for trial at the com
ing session ot tho circuit court. Ball was
rlxcd at three hundred dollars. Johnson
went to jail.
If you want an economical heating
stove for wood and one of the handsom
est stoves in the market, with Illumina
ted front, buy the improved Evening
Star which took the blue ribbon at St.
Louis Fuir lHSt October, over all others
011 exhibition. For sale by C. W. Hen
derson, 101 Commercial avenue, Cairo,
Illinois. 11-2Sh1-1iii
The churches were all well attended
ou Sabbath morning. In thu evening,
owing to the rain, they were not to well
patronized. Rector Gilbert at the Epis
copal, Rev. B. Y. George nt the Pres
byterian, uud Rev. Gilliam at the Meth
odist church, all pieachcd excellent ser
mons, and appropriate to the time and
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, v aunerln.
tetidentot schools, took her departure on
Sunday nlternoon for Rock Island, where
she goes to attend a meeting of the
county superintendents ot the State; and
also a meeting of the Illinois State
Teacher's association, which convenes in
that city during the week. From Rock-
Island Mrs. Taylor will go to Rockford
ou a short visit to relatives and friends,
and will return home by way ol Chicago
In about three weeks.
The Hibernian lire company's tll-
tecutli annual ball will be gives this even
ing nt Scueci's Washington hall, corner
of Ninth and Cedar streets. No company
In tho city deserves more at the hands of
the citizens than the Hibernian. For
many years it has been one of the most
efficient, and when occasion requires
always does its full share of work. The
Hibernians htg no one, but liwlte all to
come to their ball, assuring those who
favor them with their presence a pleas-ant
and enjoyable occasion.
The most acceptable holiday present
to a housekeeper would bo n patent llour
chest and bread-table. This neat article
will hold two hundred pounds or flour,
about seventy-five pounds ol meal, nud
thu same amount of Buckwheat or Gra
ham Hour; contains two bread-boards, al
ways in place, a rolling-pin holder, a
kneading trough, a yciutboxaud a bread
closet, and when closed forms a kitchen
side-board or Ironing table. It stand 011
castors, and Is ornamental. Price, deliv
ered, $12. Orders may bo left at L. II.
Myers' grocery store, or addressed to
12-10-tl P. O. Box 718.
On Christmas morning Mr. W. W.
Wallace, tho gentlemanly nud ctllcient
master mechanic, at this pUco lor the
Illinois Central railroad, was tho rccip
Itaut, at the hands of the employe's
under liiiu at the round house and car
shops, of n handsome ami serviceable
Elgin watch with suitable chain. Thu
presentation was made by Mr. Thos.
Morgan In a fuw timely and happy re
marks, complimentary to Mr. Wallace on
tho good iccling existing between him
self and thu men In Ids department. Mr.
Wallace was taken completly by sur
prise, yet thanked "the boys" very
kindly for their remcmberaucu of him.
I In said although he had eaten 110 break
last that morning, nor Indulged In any
"Christmas" whatever, he wn, never
theless, "to full for utterance," and de
sired to be excused lrom attempting any
thing like a speech.
One of the pleataiitcst allairs of the
season was that whlcji came off nt the
German School on fourteenth street,
Prof, Appc), principal, 011 Christmas
evening. The school room was hand
somely decorated wijli evergreen nud
mistletoe, while two beautiful Christmas
trees, one on either Mde of the ttage,
were prepared for th edification of the
children of thu school. The exercises
consisted in music, vocal and
Instrumental, declamations and dialogues,
essays, gymnastic performances, etc.
There was a very large crowd present,
and at the conclusion of exercises, when
the presents were distributed, there was
a high time among the scholars. The
affair was a pleasant one, and will not
soon be forgotten by the tckolars of the
school. Prof. Appel deserves, and no
doubt has, the thanks of the patrons of
the German school for the energy and
perseverance and unceasing labor with
which he conducts its affairs.
Thnt there ought to be an ordinance
prohibiting the shooting of guns and pis
tols within the city limits on holidays,
seems to he almost universally agreed to,
and the city council will doubtless be
asked to pats such au ordinance. Last
Ctsf afgumenrtfiaTcaa Wf ttrUl .lle...tb?
of such an ordinance. On that day no
fewer than four boys were moro or less
seriously hurt by the accidental discharge
or careless handling of pistols. A sou of
Mr. John Tanner, the grocer, on Wash
ington ayenuc, between Tenth
and Eleventh street, was shot in
the breast .by the accidental dis
charge of a pistol In tho hands
of a playmate, mid for a while it was
thougiit the little fellow could not re
cover. Wo arc glad to state, however,
that he Is doing well, and that lie is now
considered out of danger. A little son of
Mr. 11 1 rain Williamson received a slight
wound in the hand; another boy, son
of Mr. Hiram Hill, is reported to have
had one or his eyes put out ; and another
boy named Herbert, residing at the cor
ner ot Washington avenue and Twenty
first street, was severely burned about
the head and face. The pasage of an or
dinance prohibiting the use of fire-arms
would prevent such accidents hi the fu
ture. Let ui have the ordinance.
The Selden Irwlu theatrical combina
tion gave their opening entertainment ut
the Atlieueum ou Saturday evening, to
one of the largest, most select ami appre
ciative audiences that ever assembled in
tills city on a similar occasion. The play,
Augustiu Daly's great society novelty,
entitled "Big Bonanza," together with
the well-known ability of the Selden Ir
win troupe to render the play as It should
be rendered, was tho causes which in
duced uth n large number
of persons to "turn out."
Wc cannot undertake to particularize as
to the merits and demerits of the charac
ters as represented by tho members ol
the Selden Irwin troupe, and will have
to be content with sayiug that the play
was. as a whole, rendered in a manner
highly creditable to the members
of the combination, and to the satis B
faction and delight of the audience. Last
ulght the comedy entitled Lord Dun
dreary. withMr.",Harry Raiufortli In the
lcadiu'' character; Mr. Selden Irwin ns
Asa Trenchard, and Mrs. Selden Irwin
as .Mary iicnuun, was piaceu on tiie
boards. Throughout the play was ex-
ceilcut, anci urew out ircriueiu ami pro
a.. . . . a .
longed applause. The characters were
all well sustained ; the manner in which
the play in its every detail was given be
lug proofsuttlclent that the Selden Irwin
troupe is one or superior merit, and far
ahead ot auy troupe that has appeared lit
this city for years. To-night the society
ltY, "Big Bonanza,'.' will be repeat
ed, and a tun w.. ,uay expected.
As au evidence of what energy, tier-
severance, fair dealing, and a free use of
printer's Ink Will do, wo rvler our nuder
to the mammoth establishment of Messrs.
Hellbrou & Well, ou Commercial avenue.
The proprietors are both young men,
but wo venture to say have become as
widely known during the lew mouths
they have done business here ns any of
our older merchants. To fully appre
ciate how large their patronage has
grown, it is necessary to spend a half
hour in their store ut any time of day ou
any day of the week. Clerks and pro
prietors llnd no time for rest. These
gentlemen started out, taking "rock bot
tom" prices for their motto, and a pres
ent of a calico dress with every seven dol
lars worth of goods sold. Knowing
their plan would bo understood and re
warded, they at oncosetto work through
the newspapers and by posters to make
it known to the people, and tho result
has overreached their highest an
ticipation. They possess another
great advantage In haying
in their store dry goods trimmings and
notions, and everything that a customer
may call for ut low prices, while their
ready made clothing, hats, caps, boots ami
shoe department is uueiitialed in stock
lid vrli'it.
Of holiday gilts they have every de
scription, at prices to suit the slimmest
or longest purse.
Wc tako great pleasure In writing the
ul 10 vo commendation, and in recommend
lug Messrs. Hellbrou & Well to the pub
A Bovoliilion.
The Revolution as a base burning
stove for bituminous coal, needs no pull
ing from tho subscriber and It never nulla
(smoke) Itself. For durability, economy
and beauty It cannot be excelled. Cull ut
my store where 1 have oun in constant
use and I shall be happy to explain Its
good working qualities, and I will also
take pleasure In referring to many par
ties who have it In use, and who pro
notiucu it superior to auy stove tbey have
ever used. C. W. IIijn'uehson
174 Commercial avenue, Cairo III,
'Centeanlnl" Answers Mrs. . J, B
mm wives Her n Hntlier Bovera
Caiko, December 27, 1S75.
Mit. Editou Tho last remarkable effu
sion from the pen of Mrs. S. J. S. is one
which nothing short or a well-developed,
scientific brain will ever bo able to rathom,
if Indeed It can be fathomed nt all. It
reminds mc very forcibly of Mark
Twain's llrst Interview Willi Attcmus
Ward, in which A r tenuis said to Twain :
'You know tho vein, tho ledge, tho thing
that contains the metal, whereby It con
stitutes the medium between all other
forces, whether of present or remote
agencies, so brought to bear in favor ol
the former against the latter, or the latter
against tho former, or nil, or both, or
comprising the relative dlflercncu exist'
'ng within the radius whence culminate
tho several degrees of similarity to
which "
Twain was of course puzzled to get nt
the polntof that scutcncc, although he had
no doubt but that it had a point Just so
my condition after reading Mrs. S. J. S's
vagtio communication. It has n point,
no doubt, but I fall to discover It. She
begins by calling your humble corrcs
pondent all kinds' of "airy nothings,'
Which Isn't kind in her, to say nothing
of tho lack of courtesy. I quote : "A
weaker efl'ort at retort or a poorer 1ow
for a defense could scarcely have been
force to bear with' tto'lMV"1!
that to which you wcro driven when you
attempted to use the weapon of your ad
versary, which that adversary had
already hurled at you with an unerring
hand, und made it do full execution in its
descent upon you." In clearness of point,
that is a successful rival to the sentence
quoted from Artcmus Ward. What ad
versary? Mrs. S. J. S. Is (fortunately)
the only adversary the Centennial Asso
ciation has In Cairo she has hurled her
would-be pen-crushers at us, but they
have effected us about as much as It dis
turbs a duck to pour water on its back,
and it Is merely egotism on her part, to
suppose she Ins done such execution as
she speaks of. While asserting that my
letter was of the Fuzz Ball description,
she tacitly disproves It, by the space she
occupies in reply to it. You can always
determine "the effectiveness or the aim
by the lhittcrlug of the birds," and the
shower of feathers in tho Gazelle, shows
plainly that the bird is wounded.
She then babbles ol cook books some
thing which we as a society have nothing
to do with, but. vthlch 1 would recom
mend her to study, in a manner that is
suggestive or the thought that her Christ
mas dinner must have been a failure,
and left her reeling cross and envious or
those ladies who hud studied their cook
books to some purpose. Then she brings
up the golplng subject again. Well, I
can only stand by what I have already
said that the worst gossips that I have
ever known, were women who were so
narrow-minded they did not approve or
and would not assist with anything out
side or their owu families. Mrs. S. J. S
evidently belongs to the class of pcrpct
ual fault-finders. Docs any one know of
anything she does approve of, saving her
own attempts at sarcasm A town com'
posed of such people would soon have
Its streets overgrown with gras and it
population in a kind of lethargy. It
takes such people as the Cenlcnul.il
workers to compose a thriving, go a-
lieadative city. They don't sit down ami
grumble because people don't do this,
or don't do that, but get up ami helji till
the world with life and energy. (That
is modest (';) enough to emanate from
Mrs. S. J. S. herself.)
The honcst-penuy affair seems to dis
turb the lady more than tiny tiling else,
though why it should is more than I
can penetrate, for I warrant that her
pennies never go to assist in any public
enterprise. The pleasure given we con
slder a fair exchauge for the money we
charge tor our entertainment. Just tho
inini na It la for all other societies. No
one Is eouspelWd to patronle them,
at lemit wu usver try to bring-either men
tal or physical pressures to hear upon
people, to force them Into our society.
Our husbands do (with a generosity won
derful to Mrs. S. J. S.), allow us to use
butter, sugar, &c, to make cakes, nud
even furnish us witli money to buy other
eatables for our tea parties. What then ?
Docs Mrs. S. J. S. want such proillgaey
stopped? Had'nt she better apply to the
cottncllmen, and have them pass an ordi
nance prohibiting wives from getting
their money out of their owu husbands'
pockets? It seems to bo gall nud worm
wood to her, that men are so foolish ns to
give money to their wives for anything
but the bare necessities of life ; yet in
spite ot all her bitter feelings, men will
probably go ou being liberal to them as
long as time shall last.
Wheu Mrs. S. J. S. begins to cam tier
own nickels, 1 would ndvlse her to take
up the lite insurance business ; sho takes
so naturally to tho "policy" theme, giv
ing us a dose of it in all of her letters,
though it Is so wrapped up or sugar
coated In mysteries, that wo fall to dis
cover whether it is intended for an emetic
or a kind ot soothing lyrup.
She wants to know it our association
have "a sly project ou foot to convey the
uonen ot some AttUnguUhod oroue, in
nil their ghastly ugliness, to Philadelphia,
to h rnr on ovlllhltlon. for Ilia jiurixwu
of raising a fund to pay oil the uewleveo
debt?" Wo haven't fully decided what
we will put 011 exhibition yet, but if we
conclude to take a Cairo fossil tor that
purpose, nothing short of a writ of habeas
corpus will save her from our clinches.
About that levee lav, I wonder how
much she will contribute towards It?
As,to the woman's department ot the
Centennial being completed, sho is cither
ignorant, or wilfully mi-represents
thlugs, for the interior is not finished or
decorated, und that is one way In which
we expect to use our money.
To tulk of our great, rich State being
one of the poorest In the Union, is an In
sult to our pride und common sense, uud
the merest nonsensical prattle.
Prices Speak Louder than Words
Greatest Inducements Ever Offered t Customers
xi -v-
Everybody la InvltoU to Call and
Which Must be Reduced in the next Thirty Says.
All Dress Goods and Silks Roducetl in Price !
Shawls, Cloaks and Furs Marked Way Down!
We are TJntcrmtned to Reduce our Stock, and Prices will not Stand in our Way 1
Woolon Goods. Nubias, Scarfs, Jaokets. etc., st a Great Saoriflo.
Blankets. Flannels, and Domostic Goods at Prices never
thought of beforo. Our Stock of Hosiery, and Gloves
Reduced to Lowest Flguros, and unprecedented
Bargains in Ladies' and Children's
Kid Glovos aro Offorod.
vV 111 Prico In ff uonoo "STou.7
fl so, call on us for Ladies', Missos' and Children's Underwear, for
Fancy Goods sultablo for Holiday Frosonts, for Bilk
Tics and Scarfs, and for Bibboas.
rDKOyoT6u7HoMhite Made sh0
flT.naiTTa Alan uttutt-. - ttt ' nH- .7J?-T "
- u nuiuuw OuAiMSB.
Caiiio, III., Monday Kvi-.ni.so,
December 27, 1875.
lluslness, in all its various branches, Is
very dull. Since our last Issue we havo
had every kind ot weather. Friday It
was cool but pleasant. Saturday (Christ
mas) was about the same. Tho forenoon
of Sunday was warm nud pleasant, but
11 the afternoon rain began falling, and
It kept 011 coming down at Intervals until
night, when a heavy wind began blowing.
To-day it is cool, but the suu shines, and
there Is a prospect of a wanner day to
morrow. Flour remains as about 1 a t reported ;
choice U rather scarce among commis
sion merchants, though there arc between
,000 and 10,000 barrels hi the millers'
hands of this city. All kinds ol hay,
with the exception of choice, Is plenty
and dull : choice Timothy Is scarce and
ill Hud ready sale. Corn U'diill. Meal
and bran arc also very milct. There Is a
good supply of all kinds of butter, and
there is only n moderate demand. The
market Is overstocked with eggs. Choice
apples are In demand, but the market is
glutted with common varieties. lre.-?ed
turkeys sold well for Christinas : It is
dlllicult to tell what thu demand will be
for poultry this week, but a fair amount
will be needed for New Year.
tOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given nre usually for
sales from llrst hands in round lot. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It is nec-
Cflivtry Id aWfo an mlvunpu ovap. tlmco
The commission men report choice
scarce, though thore is plenty at the
mills ; low grades are plenty. Sales re
ported wore 700 banels various grade.,
$l7;li00 barrels, $-1 250 75; 100 bar
rsls lowgradei,$3 7."j; 100 barrels various
grades, $." 2.j7 2:; 200 barrels, $0
7 23 ; ilOObarrels, S40 ".
Kvcry kind or hay with the exception
of choice Timothy, is plenty and dull.
Choice Is scare and will sell readily. Sales
were 1 car prime Timothy, $11: 1 car
Timothy, 15; 1 car mixed, Sill; I car
choice, $1!.
There is not much doing In oat, and
this brunch Is reported dull. Saleslwere :
& cars ualeua in bulk 011 trdcu, 1
car Southern Illinois In sacks, 'JTc, 'J
cars Southern Illinois In sacks delivered,
37c ; im sacks, 4'Jo ; 1 car black in sacks,
Corn U quiet auddull, and but few sales
were reported ; they were : 2 cars in bulk
on track, -12c ; 2 cars white In bulk on
track 42c ;
Meal is dull ; $2 30 Is the outside
figure for country. The only sale re
ported was 200 bhls city meal, 2 III
2 10.
Not much doing ; there Is only a small
demand to till bcder.s. We note the sale
or 100 sacks at $15.
The supply of butter of every grade Is
good, and there Is only a moderate de
mand. We note sales of 10 package
Northern 2t!27c; 10 packages Southern
Illinois 225c; 150 pounds Northern
roll 25c; 200 pounds choice Northern
roll 2(ic ; 10 pails Southern Illinois 20c ;
G p..lis choice Southern Illinois 25c.
The market is overstocked, and eggs
are dull at 2:le. Sales noted were liCO
doz.cn 2 le; UO do. 2:ic.
Cholco apples ar i- .uhiihki," whllo
me market h overstocked with common
varieties. Sales noted wcjo 20 bbls Ken
Davis, $1; 20 bbls Wlucsaps, ?JI; 40
bbls Winesap, $.'(; 20 bbls small, $2;
10 bbls Wlucsaps, $2 50 ; 15 bbls prime,
$3 50 ; 15 bbls choice, $1 75.
Droscd turkeys sold well on Christ
mas day, but none came in the day pre
vious. It Is hard to say what demand
there Jwill bo for tho week, but a fair
amount will bo needed or New Year.
Sales were 150 lbs dresH'd turkeys, 12Jc ;
1 coop chickens, $2 per do.cu ; 2 doen
live turkeys, $0 ; 1 doin live turkeys,
$11; 1 dozen live turkeys, $11; 2 do.eu
live turkeys, $12.
We nolo the sale of JO bhls at $11 12.
Hides are dull while furs aro In fair de
mand at quotations, as follows ;
IIiUK4-Dry Hint, 13llc, dry suited,
S'xainiue our Immense Stock ot
ll(5)12c; grccu salted, 0CJc damaged,
j price.
Vvim-We quote: Wcstcrn-Otter.No.
J' i ? No 2, $3:i 50 ; No. 3, $1
1 0 ; o. 1. o.-c Mink-No. 1, $1
1 25; No 2, 50ra,75c; No. II, 25c; No. 4,
10V. Kaccoon-No. 1, C0fi5c; No. 2,
10c ; No. S, 20c; No. -1, ?o. Fox-dray,
No. 1 cased, $1 ; No. 1 open, 76c ; No. 2,
50ffiC0c; No, .1, 25c; No. I. lOo; Ked,
No. 1 cased, $1 CO ; No; I open, $1 25.
Sktink-lllack, S0c$l ; hair striped, 50
COc; narrow, H5c; kittens, 15c. Opos-sttm-S10c.
Heaver $1 502. Musk-rat-ire.
l!ear-No. 1. $8; No. 2, $5;
No. .1, $2:i ; No. I, 50c.
Dunn Skins Quote : Winter, 25:t0c :
fall, .'lll..
WAIl Illl'AttTUEUT, KlVtwUirORT, I
UCC. 27. lgJi.
St. Ixiuli
N,:v Orlmus
jamks Watson,
St-i'Kfant, Signal Service, U. S. A.
Port List.
Steamer Jim Fltk, Paducah.
' ' Haven and tow, St. Louis.
" Ed, llotfos, St. 1,0111s.
Clinton, St. Louis.
" City of Qulucjr, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Flak, Paducah.
" Commonwealth, N. O.
" Haven and tow, Ohio river.
" Ed. Hobbs, Up.
City of Qulncy, N. O.
The Ohio rlyer rose 1 foot 7
Business dull.
Weather clear aud cold.
The I'ittsburg coal men are happy.
The Ohio river rose over three feet at
that point on Friday, und six at Cincin
nati. Ben Fnulcr came down from Louis
ville ou Sunday, and jolued the Cherokee
here yesterday.
Harry Yocum, clerk of ths aUsmsr
Hickory, wu lit towu ou CitclatmM. He
was greeted with warmth by bis soores
of friends aud acquaintances here.
The City ot Chester left St. Louts
yesterday afternoon at 0 o'clock, for Mem
phis. The John F. Tolle is on her way to
New Orleans. She left St. Louis yester
day afternoon.
The Oram! I, ake aud barges left St.
Louis for New Orleaus yesterday afttr
noou. The John A, Scudder will leave St.
Louis to-day for New Orleans,
Captain U. J. Grammar, superintend
ent of the F.vunsvllle aud Cairo packet
company, was in the city yesterday. He
was on Ids way home from Memphis,
after having placed the Idlewlld In thu
Memphis aud Chicot City trade.
Tho Carrie V. ICountz came in Satur
day. She took about 300 tons from here,
and departed last night for New Orleans
Tho arrival- at the wharf on Sunday
were the Kddyyillc, Grand Lake and
barges, Mlnncola, Simpson Horner, Joe
Ivlnuey, Arkansas Belle, Ashland anil
Belle Memphis.
The Colossal arrived on Saturday,
reshlpped her cargo on the Julia, and
departed lor St. L',l on s"nJay'
TUciu. Genovleve took hor depar
ture for at. Louis ou Sunday.
John T. Guy re, who raised tho
steamer Hcnn, has dellrered her at New
Orleans, where sho goes on the docks.
Uuyrti arrived M this city yesterday
Christinas was 11 lively day at the
wharf, there being thirteeti arrivals and
departure?. The Cons Miller, Common
ircallh. 1'olar Star. Fearless aud tow, Car'
rle V. Kountz, Atlantic and barges, Jim
Fisk, i'at Cleburne und Hickory making
up thu lt,
Uutcbors nud Bravara' Exchange.
Klghth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues. Louis Bhu
tan, Njrletor. Grand lunch every
ni NjuiO to 11 o'clock, aud every
cvciiis irom 0 to 11 o'clock. Will serve
oyster aud other soups, rout meats,
cheese, tripe, and all fine edibles that
the market affords la seaaoa. Always
ou hand the best bser, wine, and liquors
of all kinds, to be had anywhere. Cour
teous attention paid to all. Com awl
see me. 12-M4QC

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