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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER G, 187lV
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TRAVIS I IR'S GUIDE.
TAKE NOT'"""
on and " i(,,rrlT.I and deprrt-
tire of ..''""';-C-M.ll
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11:41 p.tii.
2.-4J 1 in.
, 3.30 n.n.
rrm .t.u.. etceul Hunday
.1:30 p.m.
A frmi:lfo in ft. I.olil. !o
from C
frorr Olr to 'il.-gn.
KIatil
mi'iC R'D 'P,n t,r on n'Km
neceat all Important tx'li.u,
mm
CAIKO AND MOUND CITV
J STKAM TVH.
CACHE,
Will male three trips dall).
isvn eti
M :
Ill - ,n
At 4 so... . p m
iiiiixo Hbi .10 iirr
At :3'f
A P '
At 6.ttnttm,tlll
F.reeach ay, " ln t'tket ror i
Will lais.. wh'n helled, at any (tv. nilerine.llai,.
,ding'orpaseng'Mor freight, nov'ltr.
i cents ! 11 ticket for 11 !
MOON' stOAT.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Weekly racket for Padiiriih, KvanavllU tod l.nu.
l.vllle, t!i favorite ilfmt r,
T. 41. HYJIAN.SIanlar.
IM Cairo evety SUTUDKAT nt 5 o'clock p.m.
ror If minor passage apply onwiraut io
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
MAIL II OAT.
The splendid steamer
Jo t'onlfr, MiMtcr.
'I Htt.T. 4iitT excepted! at 4 I
m. Fir tntthtor tn o poli on board or !
J AH. niUON, A('l.
IXMIOrlAKT TICUKTK.
IMMIGRANT TIOKKTB
FOR SALE, Vox Bale ( FOU SALE,
' t Kcr Sale 1
FOR SALE. J Kr Silo 1 FOR BALE.
Fare from LiVEKrooL,
Fare from Londcndkrrt
Faro from Olasoow,
Faro from Quxenhtown
TO
UAIKO, ;::::::: $4 8
a
Saflorit. Morru A (.'a
(rnta.
IN3IAN LINE
I.iTarpeol New-Toik and rhllad.lphii
Steamship Company,
at (OirticT with miTio itatuakd idtna
toorufcntNti
Per Carrj'iojt uo MhI'h,
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oi rciTmi mrosutTiox
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALK, Aot.
IS Broadway, Ntw-YmV, nrtu
II. II o II i ( ,
tVahluRton Arennp, Cairn, num. si
WAKTN,
WANTED-Uit TK4M3-To Hnrlt on iho Cilro
and HI, Uouls rallroml, Apply on Hie work
two mllc form town or at Courthouse hntf I,
DAVIS 1 M KIIW'IN, Contractor.
Nor. 2.1, llTl.-illw
rou nr.NT.
TheCoimnrreUI liutnl trill li renlod mi favor
alilctrrinv foi..ln elre mmiprlMrwi-. Ap
ply to (OJl.'Stl) (3. WINSTON.
The Urge and !ommodlon dwell. i.n hono
nllluloJ on Kitihth bctwpcu VS'idniit nnd Wreh
Inlon (oppoi.tBtho I'reabTtrrlan Clmr.-hl I for
rsnl, For term.. lc. anpfv to
THOMAS, iiltKKN ft AI.DKN.
octWtf Ohio l.etre, Cilro, Ilia.
.4TI4K.
A meeting of the at x-kholder. of the Cairo and
Tincennea railroi-J compiny will ha helJ . t the
office of tho company In Cairo, IIUiioIj, on Ht
urdar. Deeemher 9. l71, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for
the purpose ul ratifying tho action of the board
or directors. 1). it. 1.AUNK1),
Secretary and Treasurer.
Cairo, November II, 111.
nov4td.
FOR ham:
"1UNNT DAQ? OIl SALH W Imm 1,1.1 re
VJT ceived direct lrmn the importers alainu cont
iKnineut niuunny llogi, Milieu wnoner at iitnra
inikprlceii. ItALI.IDAY llltOi.
Cairo, November 21, U71. illn
The Illinois Central Had Itoal Compmy now
wucnur bmiv low luiiuiTiiigopNcrjneu 101a in rira
Ail Jitlon to I lie City of Cairo, via :
Let K7 block W. Lot 21 block fcJ,
" II " !, " -SI m 8.',
' ' as, -a t,
' w, si
" & ' U, -l 31 BJ.
Korterma.eU. apply to JAltKS JOUNiU.N,
Mtt Alien'.
AGHOCEHT BTAMI, with lull Mock of (ro
cenei: eligibly almnted on on U'nahleglun
vepue, idii uoing a goou uillne.. Aliplj al the
Hill .,ln . ....
PIireilCIAXM-
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. I).
RESIDE.NOK No. !!1 Thirleenih atreet, be.
Iwfeo WKilunj!ion avenue and Walnut street.
wms.-UHjQininerclal ayemif, up Main.
0. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
J "lr,KNCK cornerNinth ami WAlnut ita,
Sir '" -a"'',t' atreet ar.J Ohio levee.
oca hnum-from .m. to Vi in , and 9 p.m
IAVTVEKS.
ALLKN, MULKEY & WHEELER
ATTORNEYS
COUNSELORS AT
LAW,
William J. All.n
Jofcn If; Uulkev,
omoel I'. Wheeler.
CAIRO. 1MJN0I8.
1 l',yiC-0,ver KuttNabonalBank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN k GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
A
COUNSELORS
AT LAW.
William B Qilbert,
w l lan II. mh .
hart, j- OAtitO, ILLISOIU.
ainei r.uiioert,
ArriCI-cllIOLXTH, ROOMS 7 AND I OV
ITT yATJOKAt. BANK.
JOB PRINTING.
and have now on.0f " . 7'?',n? V.F"
in Hie boutb and We.t. Th.. " '' jooomces
L ' ',4.T . P0.'.,!,f . ltaT ffir f urmn'lr,!
aromnllv. m tl, l... . ur lUmiDS
.ntru.le'it to them. froroTi,!1 iS,,Ar,l 'l work
lab-l to th mainraoth m;1',l cd or
hieh Uave wlib our LuiiVeVa i.Vn,L,t PV5"
f for aendlng Uieir woik to R? J&Wb ,I
Fhmu Segula mckl0D inuiUt Jor
TUB MASON.
AiilttrtlilV
Calan I'.ISIMtMir.nV, -, ,.,,
si til. AUtim !- -N nM..n.Mh.ld,81.
"cAt'aot ConvncMtonnl
"V.""1, t.r No.'ilT K. A. M Ilcgiitar Com.
?":;r',V ! -!. month.' ,
. M..!i..m. "Li-onio Hull iit ...id third
;hr.,N) In each iimiilh.
THK OIID-VEI.LOWS.
Uiiami" IJDor.Mt.-Mcvi l'i Old Fellow's.
Ilit. n Irt r'l HulI'ln, e.r IMur-iduy tven
mr. t cuVlojk.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FOR HUNT.
THK OLIVE BRANCH SAI.OU.N,
Near Mone I;ul.
RENT LOW, AND FIXTURES AT A I1A1SC1AIN
Ileum for rent at II perlmoirli, ami lUei menu
f-ir fl''. ..... . ... in. vi !.
J'. V. i.in iii.iivid
DEXTER EXCHANGE,
1R0 Ohio Levee, 4Mir kiobd uapvi
J.D .ANON'E, PROl'RIKTOU,
v. r.i II r . t 11 . .1 lUilw 1
f ro.oil ftltetl uysier neceueu
tf...s. .u... nn hm-l lliltlmara knl Mobile
uytitrn, wnicn no wm im giu u . y
lomers in me ucimjic.
THE BULLETIN.
Fabllfitird every mornlnv, Mondny
crpiru
OESEllMi ITEMS.
-Christmas time is just nheud ot us, a
fact not unknown to any child over two
years of ago.
Tho ice In the chutu n the Mississippi
rivur near the island, l in tine condition
for skating. The "boys ' old nnd young,
aro availing themselves of tho opportunity,
The steamer Dazter Is still hard
acround nt Doctooth bend. Several of her
pusscngcrs canio down to this city yester
day, walking nil the way.
The Rough nnd Ready flro company
nro making urrungemonts for thoir annual
Now Year's ball, to bo given on Monday
evening, January 1st, next. Tho Roughs
always make this ball tho event of tho
season.
Our river reporter claims that tho
printer made him luy in a late report that
tho Jim Fisk, Jr., on n recent trip, had ttn
thousand stores instead of so-Jmany staves.
All we havo to sny is that any man who
will objoct to so slight an error in that, is
another.
A couple a steamboat pilot, and a
woman who lives on Washington avenue
not it thousand miles from the custom
huu'e, wure, wo nro told, made flesh of one
llesli, etc., in n very ijuict way not long
since. The all'air was to ho kept qtiiot
liohiidv was to know nnvthlnz about it.
Hut murder will out.
n the i"'ltn fuse, ii Imll vtltl lu iifieii
at John Sclieel'a hall for the benefit of the
(turman school. The expenses of the
school nre great In exei!s of the income
from tuition mid the school must be sus
tained by the liberality of our enterpris
ing (Jermnti fellow-eltuens ; but it U nti
Institution in whleh all our citizen should
take un itilereit nn 1 help to support. We
therefore hope an 1 expect and hullevu our
citizens will liberally pulronuo this ball,
and contribute in this way to the ex
chequer of the school iihoclatlon. The
committee of arrangements aro: Paul
(j.Sclnili, Win. Schick,
Tho ludies of tho Presbyterian church
will servo up for the public this evening
an oyster supper, of which the following
will Imi the the hill of fare:
Oyster Soup,
Untckur,
II read,
Mutter,
Meat',
Pick ley,
Cold Slaw,
O.llMI-,
Celery,
Collie,
Tea,
Oyctcrs, lried,
Oysturs, Siiullopti,
Outerp, raw,
leu i'.M"iiu,
Cake,
Kt cetera.
THE PARLOR CONCERT.
We neod nut any that tlio parlor eouivrrt
lnstnlght nt Hie rcnloiioo of Win, U,
btrt, Esq , wn, it very pleasunt affair, slnc
it is n very woll-known fact that all these
reunions are we must use tho expression
perfectly delightful ; and, last night,
Mr. (iilbert urn! his nmiablr) and nctfin
plisheil wife, added much to the concert by
their courtesy and untiring efloit to
make the company enjoy tho occkwoa, un
constrained by any einlarrataiMnt. Wo
shnll not, of course, pnrticulariio by spe
cial comment, any part of tho programme
or give praleo to any ono of tho perform,
ors, who wero all "up in thulr parts" and
each in his or her way especially excel
lent.
irrom the Cairo Kvtmng Bun.
Dn. J. WutTK. AVo are glad to learn
that Dr. J. Whito is receiving calls for his
advico and romodios which bid fnlr to re
tain him in Cairo alt winter. Dr. Whito'u
WU in so promptly detecting, us ho does,
0VufV ailment lintt llin I Ptlrt nAtlrlll tn Alt'
tho entire Wy 0f the sulTercr Is often tho
wonder of the ,lltToror ,llm8olf nnd cvo
ono who witnesses thn cures,
Persons crsroluss or liullirurunt to thia
opportunity for restoration l0 1(,llU1
regret thoir neglect inr tho balance of
thur (net I Wo udviso tho early call f
diseased on Dr. White, with confident ex
pectatloo of permanent relief.
Hisroc-tai nro at the Southern hotel,
Oh,0,T' novT-ltn
THE OUSTOM-HOUSE,
Tim ncntliMiuuily nulierlrituinJetit of tlip
cintiim hmuo wai kind i-tiotiyli '. show in
tlironyli thw now puitiit Imiifc n fuw ilHjf
ngo nml Jet tn tmik Into nil the tnyiturio.
nf tin- 1 1 i'n 1 1 ri jj. vctillliitini; :mi! watering
urr niacin. Mits of tlin Lull llng. Mr. Kcucj
Iiiik been riitiy deliiyed in tlio worl In
the iitiildiiig by tlio failure in tiiu II rd in-
Innce of the contrnetor for the ttuirs to fiir-
nilli them nt the tinin ylipuhited in the
"lioiid," iititt iifterwnrds to eomo to time
in cnneerjticneoof the Chieago tire which
di'Ti'Vi'd hl works nd compelled him
to I'ouiinuiK'e Ml the beginnitij; again. Tlio
stairs nut Wing in their place th wood
work i ould not be finished, the woo ! work
being iitilluMicd the ihistcring could not
b:i il"i.e, uiid thus the wor' h;i lunn dc
hive I. It Iioii!i1 have lueri comjiletcd by
the llr!t of .Imiiiiry, but will not now be
before tlii rt't of April next. Mr.
.Seuce I eMtsditig thing', but be can
not, with u'l hi 'iWi, nceomplisli imposi.
bilities.
The M'nll'oldiiig Imi lieen removed from
the United States court room, which hm
Leon beautiful) v finished. The plastering,
dono by Mr. McKwcn, is really beautiful
n credit to the mechanical Ability of tlio
the Cairo plasterer. Hut McEwen can
hold his own anywhere with any of tbo
best of his trade.
AVhon the custom house shall have been
.AtNnlnlnil ll will l.n an n.n.mAlll in mil
CUV of which, wo are surf, wn shall nil he
' '
proud.
LECTURES TO THE PUBLIC.
HON. H. F TAYLOR
"Will deliver n lecture nt tho Atheneutn
Thursday overling, Decorabor i. subject:
TUOVOHT AND 1TB CHAMOIS.
All who heard him last winter upon
tho sub ect "Knclish words, tlietr us(
li,,.ft ntwl t,.anl v r pnrt fttnlv will wish to
listen to hit beauiuut language again.
His testimonials stand out in bold relief
amont: thoso recorded of tho nest leetur
era in tno uciu. ucauiuo iouuwing irom
tho Huffalo . Y. Kxp rest'.
"It flowed tight on llkeacrvsta stream
flashing n cascade of dollcato fancies
dimnlini! with eddies of quaint and gonial
humor, or moving in a deep and quiot
channel of truo and manly thought ; but
evor cloar, and bright ana musical."
Other lectures will follow this one, each
of which will bo duly announced, ana
is hopel that n liberal patronage will bo
extended to these Intellectual feasts. Tlio
committee is endeavoring to furnish such
lectures ns the public, upon nltendance,
shall find cntortaining, instructing, elo
vating, and altogether a pleasant and
profitable way to ipond tho evening. Tho
house shall be made comfortable
.Tho next lecturer is to bo Rov. J. C.
Stoughton, Dec. 28th.
Tickets for Mr. Taylor'i lecture, fifty
cents; resorvod seats, sevonty.flvo cents.
Respectfully,
Lbctuk Com. Y. M. C. A.
UUSINESS ITEMS.
Rtr and oat meal nt Jorgensen"
Go and sco M. Jordan, tho people's
favorite, at Scott's hull, to-night. 2t
If you wish t ascertain how enter
prising what driving, rushing, energetic
business men thu Tabcr Brothers aro cast
your eager eye over our first page.
To-Morrow Evening,
(J.vstnr .'-'mnier.
At the Preabyterinn Church.
Public invited.
Jorgenson, nttho cornerof Twentieth
street and Washington avenue, has as fine
u stock of groceries, etc., ns were ever
brought to Cairo, and hU prices aro as low
as the lowest.
Wis call the attention of our mer
chants t thu advertisement of Messrs,
Stettauem i: Wlneman, Importers uf Dry
Goods, nnd Notions, No. 1'JO Michigan
Avenue, Chicago,
Tabcr Brother aro prenurod to man
ufneture imy pattern of jewelry to order
to suit tho parties nnd the purse. All
kinds of rings, seal, chased and plain, to
fit the Un gcr and the purse. tf.
Dr. Pierce's Gulden Medieal I)icov-
cry will tiut rnlse the dead, but it will
benefit anil euru the living. For all severe
Coughs, Vhrimt and liro'ichial diseases it
has never been equaled,
.Vor.Jti-Jitw-It. nbO
IK C. Lawrence advertises for rent tlio
Olive lint rich oiloon, near the stone depot,
and ofiers the bur fixture) at a great bar
gain, lit also udvertiscs rooms to rent
foi' the low price of f.i, iiml.b.iscmcnts fur
$1(1 per month,
Thu Sample Room of Alderman
Fitzgerald aro a plnco of popular resort.
Ho dispenses from hibur only tho choic
est of liquors. Drop in, as you puss tho
comer of Coiiitiiurcial nvonun and
Fourteenth street.
0. C. Cm eon,
Has n Kiuu Slock of Holiday Goods,
Fancy (iood,
Toys',,
Notions,
Commercial Avenue,
Between Ninth nnd Tenth street..
Great inducements to any one wish
ing to buy a first-class plnno or organ.
K. & W. Muder oiret their entire stock in
thn piano and organ lino nt tho actual
cost of the instruments. Thoy are desir
ous of closing out tho stock so that thev
may uso the room fur jowolry manufactur
ing purposes.
Tho Mound City Journal says:
Charley Feuchtcr A Co., of tlio Cairo
City Brewery, aro manufacturing beer
that is equal to any St. Louis beor, if not
superior. Dealers and consumers will do
well to roni ember this. Patronize homo
institutions, True, Pottor, my boy.
Uoliday goods fur the million. Tho
best assortment of Fancy Good?, Toys and
Notions iu tho city can ho found at tho
Wheolor and Wilson and Piano Agency
ofC, C. Cuison, Commercial nvenue, be
tween Ninth nnd Tenth ttrints, Cairo, 111,
tr.
TlIK MIM.I.KTI.N job ollico Is supplied
with all th latest styles of now typo of
every diameter, and having a full force
of first-class, printers, wo nre prepared to
turn out wot'k of every description on the
shortest notice. Send In vour orders.
Chicngo, St. Louis nnd Cincinnati prices
duplicated.
"Where iro you going? To tho placo
number C3, Ohio levee, where they keep
tlio best fresh oytor, fish nnd game, nrJ
the fltn'it wlnc, liquors and cigars to be
found in tho city. Open at nil hour, dy
or night. J. K. Paiiks
Hoi for Daily I
New Store I Now Goods I
Melt assortment of
Cooking and Heating Stoves
ever brought to Cairo,
on Washington avenue, three doors abovo
Tenth street.
dc6tf
Tuber Brothers are constantly re
ceiving now goods not in the lino of their
own manufacture, such as optical goods of
all kinds, fine gold and silver headed
canes, muslo boxes of all kinds, toy music
boxes for children, something new and
very attractive, Sllvor plate cheaper than
ever, Ac, Jcc. If.
All kinds
of
Jewelry Manufactured
Buder Brothers.
Tho manufacture of
Hair Jewelry for Holiday Gifts
mado a specialty.
Tho Buder Brothers, corner Eighth
itrcet and Washington avenue, havo re
ceived ft bran-new lot of tho latest-styled
brcast-pinf, ear-rings, finger rings, brae
lets, watches, clocks, etc., nd, in. Ho tho
public to call and Inspoct tho stock. They
are also agonts for tho Davis' sewing ma
chine, Burdett organs and St. Louis pianos.
and olTor to the public the best bargains to
ho obtained at any placo In Southern 111
lnois.
For Salb,
On board Philips 'Wharfboat, at 10 a.m
TO-DAY,
ftrlhe beneiltof whom i'. may concern-
One lot potatoe,
One lot apples,
Ono lot onions,
Fifty ski barloy,
Ono lot bran.
Saved from Steamer Sallie.
T. B. JoiiNitov,
Capt. Steamer Sallie
George, the fourth ward harbor, is
succeeding beyond expectation. His busi
ness has increased so rapidly that he ha
been compelled to employ an asiistant,
which ho has found in one of the most
skilful barbers in Cairo. Everybody,
therefore, can now patronize George's
shop, insured that they will be served
promptly, politely, and In tho highest stylo
of tho tonsorial art. Shop, corner of com
mercial avenue and seventeenth ttreot.
decl'-lw
Wo havo no hesitation In recommend
ing William Killers, boot and shoo maker,
as worthy of most liberal patronage. Wo
know whorcof wo speak when we sny his
work is dono in u maitcrly manner nt tho
lowest prices. Ho uses nothing but tho
best of stock, and ho cannot bo cxcelle1 in
the dcllcato task of making an cxat tl'..
Givo him a call nt his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington nvenuo nnd
Poplar street, nearly opposito tlio court
house, and wo will guarantee satisfaction.
on rjaturiJay, thu 30ili any or ''ecciu
bor, I will sell nt public auction tho fol
lowing property, left on my whnrfooat
uncalled for:
12 baskets,
'i boxes glass,
1 gns machine,
1 box tinware.
fl boxes merchandise,
I box glasswnro,
7 bundles saddle-trees,
1 lot beer kegs,
1 lot felloes,
J. M. PlIILLlM.
Jit.
The merchant tailoring shop of Messrs
Lehnlng & Kobler, on tho south side oi
Eighth street between Washington and
Commercial avenues, opposito Hanny's
dry-goods store, has been open only n few
weeks and already these gentlcmo aro ob
taining a fair sharo of tho pntronago
of the public. They aro both practical
men llrbt-clnss mechanics and nro will
ing to gunruntco satisfactory work. Thev
keep on hand always n full lino of piece
goods, to which thoy direct tho attention
of all who wish to havo mado clothes
that aro worth the money paid fur them.
Cleaning nnd ropninng dono noallv at
low prices.
Il is truo that Blankcnburg's Excel-
slnr saloon Is now one of the institutions
of the city. All drinkers who llko roally
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
etc. go to tho Excelsior siloon, which is
fitted up in splendid style. Blunkonburg,
who knows huw to keep a saloon, spreads
a line free lunch every morning and eve
ning, and, as he forcibly expresses it.
Sweetens tho luncli with music." Ho
has employed tho services of a flrst-rnto
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in ono end of tho saloon
speak out in niusicnl tones. Everybody
is invited. The best order is maintained,
and all improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the Excolsior saloon
is at the cornerof Washington avenue and
lourteonth stroet.
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SAL'L.
THE TWENTY-SIXTH OK DRCESIDRR T1XXD
as the pay on which thk dratt1no
will come oft.
Determined to dispose of all the tickets
In his lottery sale.Mr. F. Vincent has con-
eluded to postpone the drawiig until tho
2Cth of Dccombor. Ho Is now giving the
matter his dovoted attention, and is meet
ing with the most gratifying success on
cvory bund.
Thnru are six prizes, tho principal
prize, as is well-known, being a splendid
residence, that was erected at n cost of $10,
000. The remaining five prizes are as
follows ;
.ot 34, block 4, 3d addition to the cltv
of Cairo, valued nt $600.
J.ot ipj, block 4, 3d addition to tho eltv
of Cairo, valued ut $300. '
JM 30, block 4. 3d add lion the cltr nt
Cairo, valued nt $300.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to the city of
Ciilro, valued at $300,
Lot 17, block 46, in the city of Cairo
Illinois, valued at flOO. octCdtf
THE FIRST.
rAIlLotl K.VTKIITAI.VMK.VT TO-NlflllT THE
1'ItOOKAMMK.
Tho first parlor entcrtnlnmont of tho
Christmas series of etilcitalnmcnts of this
kind, to bn given for tho benefit of tho
Episcopal church of this city will bo
given nt thorr.ldcnco of Wm. B. Gilbert,
Ksq., this evening, The following is the
programme:
vaut rirtsT.
1. retVett IlirilsThllHneetlv Hmif
Kred Humbert
Wandering Jew Unrirmiillcr
3. I t. veand I.ove Tnee iJAinnntia.
4. Cornet and I'.ano
5. Solo
READING.
PAllT SECOND.
1. Shades ot Evening I, V. Thomas
2 Oh, No, Not Sad T. Ilrlngliam Ulshop
3, Oranny, Beared nnd Find
4. Ileyomt the Cloud C. k. White
CHARADE.
Admission Twcnty'flve Cents.
t Entertainment to commence
pre-
clselv nt 8 o'clock.
MILLINERY GOODS.
Mhs. M. Swandcr, having sold her prop
erty, Informs the ladles of this city that
great bargains in millinery and notions
mav now be found nt her store. She
recently laid in a stock 'of elegant goods
in nil tho late styles, and wishing to dispose
of tho whole ns quickly as possible, has
marked her prices down to cost, and many
articles below cost. Everybody is invited
to call and examine prices and goods jeon.
as tho proprietress is determined to close
out without delay.
1 1 n i i .ii ii
CONDOLENCE.
RESOLUTIONS OK SYMPATHY PASSED IIT
she st. Patrick's hen EVOLKNr society
ON THK DEATH OK L. C. 1ICRKE.
At n meeting of tho St. Patrick's be
nevolent society, held Sunday nftcrnoon,
December 3, 1871, tho following resolu
tions on tho death of Lawrence C. Burko I
were unanimously adopted :
Wheiieas, It has pleased nil all wiso
nnd omnipotent uou to deprive us uy
death of our esteemed brother, Luwrencc
C. Burke, who was dear to every member
of this sociotv, not only as n momoor nu;
asamodol christian, a real gontloman, a
truo friend : thercforo be it
JtesolveJ. That while we livo in profound
submission to tlio will of our Dlvino Re
deemcr, wo ennnot but expros feelings of
regret and sorrow at being thus cnrlv de
prived of so dear n friend and promis-
ing voung member. Anu bo it turther
Resolved. That in tho death of L. C.
Burke this socictv has lost a faithful mem
ber and society nn aimablo and
christian voung man. and bo it further
Ilesolved, Thut wo sincerely condole
with his bereaved brother and sister In
tho aflliction that it has pleased tho or-
dainer of all things to visit upon them and
tender them our heart felt sympathy in
this, their sad bereavencnt.
llesolred, J hat n copv of thoso reso
lutions bo given to Is Is bereaved brother
and sister in tho nmne ol tho society, nnd
thnt they be published in tho Cairo pa
pers.
Patrick O'Loloiimn,
L. J. Byrne,
J. M. English,
Com. on Resolutions.
Notice. Tho best entertainment In
the city is ut the St, Nicholas hotel, saloon
nnd restaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin nnd piano. Good limch
every morning und night. All of the
finest brands of cigars, nnd tlio best St,
Louis lager beer, always fresh nnd nice.
Give us a call.
Harry Walker, Proprietor.
Connuiiial Felicity. Nothing tends
more to connubial happiness (han
cheerful and healthy infants and children.
Mrs. Whitcomb's Syrup is tbo great chil
dren s soothing rcmody.
Nov. 29-diScw-lw.
Fresh Lake Michigan tlsh, consisting of
trout and white lUh.cun be procured every
duy ut Jack Winter's grocery, adjoining
tho hardwnro store, for tho trifling sum of
ten cents per pound.
Brick Sto kor Kent. The brlc
store, .No. "rt )hio Levee, now occupied
by V, M tcokfleth. fcsq., is offered fot
rent, an II bo vacant on tho 18th Inst
Apply to J.vo. M. Phillis.
octlitf
! citxirciiE. On -Mondnv tho Klchoff
Brothers told 118 bed-stends, and"ycstcrday
60, besides receiving nn order ior.lOO from
Memphis. Tho business of tho brothors
is increasing rapidly,
Mauriaok Guide. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 'J'Jl pages. Price
CO cents. Address Dr. Butts' Disponsaryt
No. 12 North Eighth Stroet, St. Louis
Mo. Sco -Advertliouir nt, tf
For good photographs, porcolain pic
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call or
Thomas, "o. 124 Commercial avenue. ID
s a good workman. Givo him n trial.
soptl5tf.
SLEKPuro Booms rou Rent. Ten
woll ventilated sleoping rooms In City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
EDWARD DEZONIA,
At City Nntionul Bank.
Delays ark Danuekoud. Mothers, as
you lovo your offspring, don't fail to uso
Mrs. lntcomb's Syrup for soothing chil
dren. Itoi.d tho ndvortisement in another
column.
A desiicrnto and tenacious cold can bo
broken up and exterminated by using
Barr's Pccl.oral Elixir.
Found. That tho cliolcost butter is
at Jorgcnsnn's Staplo and Fancy Orocory
storo.
Oysters. Louis Horbort has nlwas on
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys
or. tf
Go to Dr. McGituloy for Rattingor's Fo,
vor Drops. Warranted to euro tlio chills
A WELLHtockcd grocery storo Is adver
tised fur sal 3, tit a bargain, .It.
New almonds,
at Jorgcnson's.
coconnuts and pecans
Call on Jorgenson for choice London
layer raisins
Adams' Dry Corned Fish for aaln at
JorgotUDti's.
Wriout's no plus ultra winced tnoa
prepared oxprossly for family use, at .Tor-
genson's.
Skk advertisement of erocerv stand fne
idle. o,
Paul G. Schuh sells Rattlnjccr's mcdl-
cities. if
Edam and Snp Gago chcoso nt Jorcn-
cn s.
Sf.i.kct Elemo figs,
In layers, can bo
f iiind nt Jorgenreii'.
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COMMERCIAL.
ST ETTA U ERT& W I N E M A N ,
turnnrtM ash juaatas or
JDTIT GOODS
ANII
IS O T I O N S ,
ia Irbl.rtti Avenue, He I wren
Mm-
liaoia and Mass roe,
CHICAGO.
dscOdeowlm.
DUVUN.
PAUL U SCHUH,
ID JEZ TJ G-O-IST.
RKMOVK a.
NO. 108 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
W-lttakrr'a Old Hlisad,
OrrosiTE Athenkum,
Cairo, 111
Pays particular attention to filling aU ptijsicia.
and fninlly prescriptions.
OB -STia-KO:'
astrs oi aiaa
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent far
URMS' FEVER TOXIC,
Warranted the best Fever Killer known in thla
climate.
NO CURE MONEY REFUNDED
also,
SlAmi-TOX
BUCHU AND DANDELION,
A excellent remedy In all dlseaaeeof the Kid
ney., equally, as aood or brtler
than lleinbold'a. and tor
less money.
Also agist roa
MaaapSsrejr'a IlasnroplusthU Mpveltle.
Hi' well selected stoek of
PEEFTJMEBY
fancy UoasJa,
Of eveiy description calinol be
urpas-rij t,y any estab
lishment ol the
Und In the
city.
C UN KRAI. AOEMTS.
II ALLIDAY BltOTUEllS,
GBNERAL AGENTS
I FORWARDING and COMMISSION
EROIIA.NTI
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And A cnta of
ttssl) Rlrcr attd Uassawka
SXj? COMPAHIBa
70 Ohio Levee,
tr
CAIBO, ILMSOISt
CO A I, AMD WOOD.
wooiri""wooir!T"wboD
The nndarsigne-1 will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As Cneusp, II C'h capes
Than any wood dealer In Cairo, Leave orders
on the slates at the I'oatofflce anS at Rose' coal
yard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
Twelfth etreeta, Cairo, Illinois, 1 give good
measure and will cord the wood up if deaired.
auEl0.tr
DKNNIH HALEY.
F. M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
MERCHANT.
M. WARP ii prepared to deliver lb best
Fire Wood and atone Coal
F.
IV AMY PART OF THE CITT,
And in any quantity desired, on short netlw.
COAL DELIVERED at f4.B8 r tok
OFKICE-Over Iteerwart, Orta ACo.'s alovs,
twoetoors above the corner ofKlghth atreet and
emmeri ilavenue. leeeii
CENTRAL ELEVATOR.
" W V
rK have re-opened the Central Elevator,
and
W are now prepared to handle grain with dis
patch at riuceu raiM, ua louowa i
For receiving bulk grain, weighing In and out,
ni,l(tc Ava flnva' atiir.iL.e. ln ner bnahel.
For sacking and transler one.half cent addi
llonal.
For each ten days after the first five out-half
cent perkushel,
' J, a K. BUCKlNQflAaf ,
Cairo, 111,, Not. , U71. nnf-3.,

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