THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1871.
a A regular communication of Delta
aJV' Lodge.No. 608, F. tid A. M will
Vbe bald in the Masonic bull thli
(Thursday) evening, December 6, 1873, A.
E, sSfl. Visiting brethren cordially in
Ittd t attend.
Jamu A. Phillis, See y.
Notice. There will be a regular meet
lag of the Qui Vive Coterie, at their room
this evening at slot o'clock. Every mem
ber U especially requested to attend.
J.B. M asset, Pbesideht.
CSAS. R. KTLB, SECRETARY. 12-5-lt
But mis. -The rain last night at 12
o'clock wu a failure.
The sorlee U to be the big thing of next
Major Linegar it at Springfield.
Yesterday be catt role for Pretident
Grant in the electoral college,
Major John J. McCord oi St. Louis,
la here on business, steamboat business.
At a distance he looki like good humor
Major Winter will sell freih oyiten
during the aeaion at forty centi per can
to famllia only.
The testimony wai not sufficient to
convict John Hemp of the crime charged
the high crime and misdemeanor of as
Mulling Llrx'e Arman, a vag of the low-
eat kind, and he was discharged.
Inebriated Ike Fleming, tipsy Frank
Capell, drunken Tom Forrest and elevated
Sill Morris, were yesterday led into tbo
presence of Judge Bross. Capell had du
cats, but the other gentlemen are now
arnlng their bread in the sweat of their
faces, and Major McIIale, of the city jail,
furnishes the bread.
Major W. P. Ilalllday has been ap
pointed to represent Cairo in the Commer
cial convention at St. Louis on the lltb.
A batter selection could not have been
-The people of the city will be re
quired to Tote on the question of new or
old charter on the 7th of January.
"Blng in the new, ring out the old I"
Major George TV. Rarden and
Major B. O. Dixon, contractors on the
Mississippi Central railroad, left here
last evening to join their working force
on the line of the road in Tennessee.
Major Cummings liberally dropped
In to see us yesterday. Cummings and
The Busxetix go "snook's" now in poli
tics. Yesterday wai a melancholy day,
gloomy and depressing. It was Greeley's
-The horse disease has not been spread
ing vary actively in this city, but there is
enough of it to make many of our horses
feel uncomiortable. A number of Major
Powers' horses are sick abed with it.
The city authorities are using every
possible precaution to prevent the small
pox from getting a foothold in Cairo,
Major Oerould made us storm yester
day with one of his gas bills. He is now,
no doubt, being denounced all over the
city. The long nights are coming, and
who can endure such bills? Of course
their largeness must all be laid at Major
Oerould'a door. Would that we owned an
Work cattle were selling yesterday
at a good price. They will take the place
of horses if the epiiootlc goes on with its
Our neighbor on the levee can have
bis curiosity gralifled this morning, by
reading the advertisement in the Bulls
TIX, headed Soibeb.
Major Abell is a wag. Yesterday ho
informed us, with all tbo seriousness of
Dr. Hulse participating in a revival of re
ligion, that an engine, 16-horse power, had
"cawed to run" in one of the factories in
this city. When we innocently asked the
cause, he assured us "that eight of the six
teen horse-power bad taken the epizoot
Major Wood very properly suggested
to the council, that the public citterns
should be filled with water. If the coun
cilmen would go further and induce the
council to construct more cisterns to be
filled, he would deserve the praise and
Totes of a large number of flre-droading
Major Oberly la in receipt of a certlB-
cate from the department of state, at
Springfield, declaring him entitled to i
seat in the senate from the fiftieth senator
lal district. Senator Ware has a certificate
which entitles him to the same seat in the
anate. A clerical error, that is all.
Rev. Wm. Jackson, pastor of the
African Methodist Episcopal church, in
forms us that the bishop will visit bis
church again soon and lay the cornor stone
of the new place of worship, the ceremony
having been postponed last Sunday on ac
count of the inclemency of the weatner.
Major Dick Fitsgerald says ho has
not blamed us as soma of his friends have.
Tbey say, be says, that Major Pope and
Major Oberly bad arranged to havo the
Republican procession stop in front of
Tax Bulletin office so that the military
editor, who never saw a squadron in the
field, might fill bis cheeks blowing hi
1 A . . -
oauicsi trumpet; out ruzgereld says
no never oeiieved tbat of Jobn. Richard
we owe thee one I
Just one yetr ago, Major-well we
won't mention bis name became drunk,
fell Into bad company and was robbed of
bis watch and chain. lie could not tell
who robbed him, or wbero bis time-keeper
wu, until yesterday be ascertained that
b watch answering the description bad
been left at Houpt'e a few days ago for re
pairs. It was the Major's. It was left at
Houpt's by a lady, who came by it honest
ly Bt Columbus, Kentucky, and who is a
loser to the song of thirty dollars.
Major Howley'e smiling face was vis
ible in our office yesterday. IU owner
celled on business. Its owner proposos to
make the contest for city clerk again at
the approaching municipal election. Ma
jor Scofleld'i frienda propose to mako him
cooteat for tbe clerkship with our frlond,
the present incumbent. The straight
Democrats the Tburmanlc followers af
ter tbe will-o'-the-wisp of tbe states right,
aatl-nifgar and reactionary philosophy
will, we are informed, run Major Mockler
Tho action of tho city council, author
ising tlio mayor to appoint delegates to
the railroad convention to be bold at Par
is, Tennessee, on tho 10th Inst., was proper
and wise. We have somo interesting facts
in relation to this movoment, which wo
shall lay before our readers to-morrow.
At a meeting of tho Cairo Casino
held last night, the following officers wore
elected for the ensuing six months : John
Schcol, President; Steve. Schwanltz, Vlco
President; R. B. Bcltzner, Secretary; II.
Schraittdorf, Corresponding Secretary,
and Louts Herbert, Troasurcr.
Again tho leaders of tho demi are to
suffer. Yesterday Whitcamp and Martin
swept down upon the castle, and brought
three of the inmates boforo Judge Bross,
who fined them S10 and costs each. The
money was paid. Whore now Is the good
old Martha? Why Is sho silent? Why
is not her nen activo in tho dofenio of
thoso abused innocents?
Hulse professes to havo the ability to
to cure bots by an altogether mysterious
process. A man who can do this, can
cortainly drlvo away tho prevailing epi
zootic, and should do so. Wo theretoro
suggest that an ordinanro should at onca
be enacted compelling Hulso to euro tho
sick horses of tho city. Failuro on his
part to comply with tho provisions of this
proposed ordinanco should subject him to
Major Jowett Wilcox, formerly of
this city, well known to many of our
citizens particularly familiar with Major
Dunning, Major Barclay and Major John
sonis, wo havo been informed, in tho
city, He has not honored The Bulle
tin with a call, but has called on tho
Sun.' Wo fear that wo have in somo
way laceratod tbo sensitive heart of our
whilom friend, and wo deslro to cxplato
our offence by becoming penanco.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cicson, a col
ored couple who bad lived for year's in tho
bonds of matrimony, happy and content
edly, bad an ambition, which they could
not control, to amass wealth. Like wiso
pcoplo, tiny theroforo concluded to go
into the boarding house business. They
bad been observers, and had seen fortunes
amassed by boarding houso men men liko
Major Wilcox, Major Winter, Major
Ellis and Major Kolloy and thoy knew
that money was in tho business. To get
it out they went in. Among their board
ers was Uowurd iiicnarason, a coioreu
Adonis, who speedily captured the affec
tions of Mrs. Gibson, who cruelly left her
lord and master for tho sako of tho gay de
ceiver. Gibson, disconsolate and forlorn,
is now in search of a, law to compel his
wife to return to him, and is expressing a
great desiro to indulge in Richardson's
heart's blood. In the meantime tho board
ing bouse is a banquet ball deserted, and
all Gib's visions of wealth have been
Major Cunningham wants to be city
treasurer again. His father, Major Cun
ningham, Sr., should bo returnoa to tbe
council. He has timo on his hands which
he can afford to devote to tho interests of
tho city, and understands tho city's neces
sities very thoroughly. Besides, he is one
of those intelligent Democrats who can see
a little beyond their noses, and stands sido
by side with thoso political pioneers who
nro advancing out of the old party up to
tho front oi events. It is true that he did
indulgo, with a few other ardont souls, in
a little anger at The Bulletin when it,
as usual, marshalled tho slow men of tho
Democracy the way that they should go,
but that calm second sober thought in
which he and others very often indulge,
brought him out of his anger, and he now
stands as ono of the Apostles of the New
Gospel of Progressive Democracy. At least
be has got far enough to bo entitled to re
election to the council. Wo forgivo him,
and assure him he shall havo tho weight of
what wo may call in all modesty our giant
Finn This Morninq. At half-past
three o clock this morning tbo alarm of
flro was given, caused by tho appearance
or flames in the rear of Wm. Scott's sa
toon ana oiiuaru nan. ine encinoi wero
promptly on hand, but tho building being
a framo one, the flames bad gained cansid-
erable headway, and it was impomiblo to
savotbe building. Most of tho furniture
and contents were raved. Tho flro was, wu
believe, tho work of an incendiary.
To add to tho attractions of tho Thalia
saloon and restaurant, which it is so well
known serves oysters in overy style, tho
every morning at ton o'clock, and invites
the public to come and purtako thereof,
without money and without price. Fur
thormoro, if you would indulge in a glass
of lager, puro wlno, hot punch, Tom and
Jerry, or any of tho popular cold weather
drinks, you can obtain it nowhero in
more palatablo shape, than at tho "Thalia,1
laid out and constructed by the county court
ot Alexander county, strikes that river ;
that said committee I) a also authorized to
contract with said commissioners for the
payment and relcaso to them of whatever
amount may bo c illccted under the levy
made under their authority for road and
bridge purposes for tho year 1872, and which
It is understood will amount to about 94,000,
said nmount tojbe applied by them to the pay
ment or the expenses of completing the new
road to Cache, river, and tho construction of
tho new bridge across said river and that
tncy also he authorized to contract with said
commissioners tor the payment to them by
tho city, of any deficiency that may exist in
the amount required to pay for said bridge
and approaches ticrcto, aud road, so as to
fully Indemnify said commissioners against
ony loss by reason of the construction of said
bridge, or completion of said road.
On motion of Councilman Wood tbe
committee on fl'o department were in
structed to havo all tho public cisterns Im
NATIONAL COMMERCIAL CONVENTION.
A communication was read from tbe
secretary of tbe national commercial con
vention to be bold in tho city of St.
Louis on Wednesday, tho 11th Inst, re
questing the appointment of a delegate to
Alderman Metcalf moved that a dele
gate bo appointed to attend said conven
Tho chair nominated Wm. P. Halllday
as such delegate and tho council agreed to
COMMISSIONERS' REPORT ON ESTIMATED
COST OF SIDEWALKS.
Timothy Gorman, Jno. A. Poore and
Wm. McIIale, tho commissioners hereto
foro appointed to estimate the cost of the
construction and the reconstruction of
certain sidewalks provided for in ordi
nances Nos. 32 and 34 recently adopted,
including labor, matorials and all other
expenses attending tho same, submitted a
detailed report of tho estimate of tho cost
of tbe construction and reconstruction
of every sidewalk or parcel of sldowalk
mentioned in said ordinances.
In connection with said report, tho fol
lowing resolution was offered and, on mo
tion of Councilman Hurd, adopted, viz:
Be it resolved by the City Council of tbe
City of Cairo, that the report or the estimated
cost and expense of the construction and re
construction of the sidewalks provided for
In ordinances numbered 32 and 34, made by
Timothy Uonnan, John A. Poore and Wil
liam McIIale, and presented to the council
this evening, be and the sain is hereby ap
proved unci confirmed. It Is therefore or
dered that the City Attorney, P, II Pope,
prepars and present to the county court a
petition for proceeding to assess the cost
of such improvements in tbe manner pro-
the act under
vlded In said ordinances and
which they were passed.
Tbe following bids were received for
the building of sidowalks contemplated
by ordinance No. 31 recently adopted :
Of George W. Uenricks, to build new
sidewalks on the ground at C5 cents a
lineal foot and new sidewalks on trestle
work at 80 cen'.s a lineal foot and furnish
Of John A Poore, to build the sidewalk
on Twelfth street at 65 cents a lineal foot;
to build the sidewalk on Thirteenth street
at 95 cents a lineal foot; to build tbe side
walk on Uolbrook avenue, and West
Twenty-fourth street, if 6 feet wide,
at C5 cents a lineal foot, and if seven feat
wide, at 7U cents a lineal foot.
ut James Kennedy to build tbe side
walks on the ground at 65 cents per lineal
loot; inose on trestles not over tnree feet
high at 85 cents a lineal foot, and those on
trestle over three feet high, with handrail,
at OS cents a lineal foot and furnish all
Of B. F. Livingston, to build tbe aide-
walks on Twelfth street at 72 cents a
lineal foot; on Thirteenth street at 82
cents a lineal foot; on Holbrook avenue at
z cents a lineal font; on West Twenty
fourth street at 72 cents a lineal foot.
Councilman Hurd moved to accept Mr'
Honrick's bid for tho whole work. Car
ried as follows: Cunningham, Halllday,
Hurd, Metcalf, Pbillis, Robinson, Taylor,
Waldcr, Wood and Woodward 10. Nay
RECONSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALKS.
Councilman Taylor moved that a new
notice be given to receive proposals for
tbo reconstruction of the sidewalks men
tioned in ordinance No. 32, not let at the
last mooting of the council. Carried.
State and city bonds of James Carroll
for liquor license were presented and, on
motion of Councilman Hurd approved.
Similar bonds of M. Coyno were pre'
scntcd and, on motion of Alderman Met
calf, referred to the city attorney to report
as to the solvency of the securities
KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD
A communication was read from tbe
secretary of the Kentucky and Tennessee
railroad company, notifying tbe city coun
cil of its acceptance of tho terms and
agreements of ordinance No. 37, approved
November 15, 1872.
On motion of Councilman Wood ad
M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
corner of Washington avenue, and
AND DEALER IN
HIDES, FURS, WOOL and LEATHER
Highest Cash Price paid for all kinds of
OLD METAL, COPPER, BRASS RAGS
AND l'APKB STOCK.
No. 03 Onto Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
ta-Llbcral advance! made to responsible
Tcisdav Evenino, Dec. 17, 1872,
The ladies of the Episcopal Church of thla
city, will bold a
To which ALL. Old and Young, Men,
Women and Children, are cordially invited
''iVwUbe the aln of the Committee who
have the superintendence or this Soiree, to
mako It one ol tbe most enjoy ible and prof
itable occasions of the season, it will be a
placo where old Mends and new can meet
together and crjoy a social evening.
Whore the over-worked mother, sister or
wire, who "cannot find time" to make the
usual gifts of affection for Christmas, can
obtain almost anything in tho liny or tancy
Articles, from a pocket pln-cushlon to an
elaborate toilet set, at a price that will war
rant them to buy rather than to spend weary
days and nights "trying to get the time" to
make them. And where husbands, fathers
and mothers, msy readily And a suitable
present for their lived ones.
There will be s special committee to look
after tbe interests of tbe Children.
A large invoice of
TOYS, CONFECTIONARY, CHIL
DREN'S TOYS, Etc., Etc.,
Will be displayed and at prices as cheap as
can be found anywhere in tbo city.
Will be nerved it six o'clock and continue
through the evsnlnr, thereby saving the
head of the housibold any anxiety as to that
meal, at home.
Numerous talks, with sittings for any
number from two to a dozen, will be scat
tered through tho hall, and all guests will re
ceive careful attention, and have an oppor
tunity to enjoy :be substantial! as well as
the delicacies otthe season.
Thcjplaco wlure the Solreo will be held
is not yet determined, but tbe public will
be notified as oon as satisfactory arrange
ments can be.nude. liWtf.
STOP ND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
A place where (ou can buy as much for
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
Our Home Advertisers.
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits & Nuts,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
And Dealer la
.BLES, FRUITS, EOQ3,
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
igfAU Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at the loweat prices.
Corner 9th St. andCommareialAve.
OB0CBB1E8 RETAILED AT WBOLE1ALE
raicEi iob cash.
AT H. O. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WAIHINOTON AVENUE, BETWEEN
AND ELEVENTH STBEETS.
60 lbs. dbt Cuba Sugar for - -
91 II ii ii it ...
61 lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std.
4 Primo Rio Coffee for
8 11 Choice "
8 " Old Government Java -
Teas and other staple and fanoy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new and full weight given. Call
Continued from yesterday's edition.
Council Ciiamiikh. i
CAino. Ills., Dec. 2, 1H7L'. J
CACUE KIVEH UIUDOK-SPECIAL COMMIT'
Iho special committee to whom on Oc
tober 7th last was refcrrad the subject
or repairing and removing tho present
bridge across Cacho river to tho point
where tbo new county road strikes said
river, reported that they bad arrangod
with Lapt. Win. h. Uamblcton to have re
pairs made upon said brldgo, which has
been done at a cost of $0101200 of snid
amount will be paid by tho commissioners
of highways of this township, and tbe
balance will havo to be paid by tho city.
They also reported It necessary to build a
new bridge across said river, tho present
bridge boing in such a decayed condition
that it cannot be safo for travol for a longer
period than a year. Said committco also
made suggestions and recommendations as
are embodied in tho following resolutions
which they submittod for adoption,
lttwlved, That tho speelal committee ap
pointed on October 7, fust, In reference to
the repairs on the Cache river bridge, and
the erection of u new one, be, and they uro
hereby authorized and Instructed to contract
with the coinmls.loucrs of highways for
township 17, mth rant;c 1, west of third
principal raerid an. for the construction of a
new bridge ol the Howe Truw pattern, with
suitable approaches thereto acrok Cache
river at the point wlure the new county
read in the dkestita of Jlouud city, lately
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in tho market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns are
of tho latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
ho invites the patronage of
the public. 1MM Jm,
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Tbe undersigned would reipectfully in
form the public tlat they have fitted their
new store house oi Eighth street with the
finest and bet assorted stock of
general merchanlise ever before brought
to this market, and in order
to secure a large jortion of the patronage
of the public,
WE ARE DETIRMINED TO SELL
OUR GOCD3 AT LOWER
ANY CTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THB VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressl for the coming fall and
winter trade of his locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
boots & sHoaa,
HATS & CAPS.
And all other articles to be found in a
first class dry gcodt and clothing establish
ment. We call espedal attention to our large
assortment of Iress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete in
all Its details. Oir stock of
is the largest In tie city, and we are en
abled to offer spatial inducements to purchasers.
In Gentlemens' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
we are fully prspared to meet all de
mands at prices defying competition. Aa
it is to tbe interest of every one to buy
where goods are cheapest and best
we cordially invite the publio
to call and examini our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on tbe east
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Ambon.
'72. FALIAND WINTER '73.
C. H AN NY.
XBXTTJOKT JBAHa, FXTRA,
GROS (J RAIN SILKS,
LARUE STOCH OP OARB STING
Ml Eatlre Meek
VERY LOW FIGURES.'
COBJtBB 8TH BT. AKD COUklXBCIAL-AY.,
HENRY H. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In vrr (!. nlifn and ornamental,
Particular attention paid to Glass Gliding
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frescos and
FANCY GLASS SHOW
GUt. plain and ornamental. All work In-
trusted to my care will be promptly au
tenaea to. SUop in rertTueuee, corner
The Lava. Glass and China wara esnalsta
BUSTS, DOLLS, Ac
Also a fine assortment Pearon marble
Busts, Statues, etc. The following are same
or ut principle woou toys :
GAM-envo Hobbt Uobses,
Rocxxxo Horbt iiOBSXa,
Fakct Eirniss Waoovi,
Gibls' Doll Carbuoes,
Pa blob Setts,
Ctoartersd Karcli ai, le.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 6 AFFORD, President;
8. S. TAYLOR. Vice-President:
U. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer
P. M. BiactAV,
r. ii. DTocarura.
R. II. Ccaiuoaia,
PiCi O. Bcvcu.
J. at. Pamirs.
DcpoalU et assay Assaessat Koeelveallroaa
in vaia upwards.
TMTEKE8T paid od dtpoilU at tha rale ot aix
ir ctnt. nt annum, asaron ut and Meptrm-
ber lit. Intaroat not withdrawn Is i.ddcd iinma.
dtatoly to tr.a principal of the deposit-, thereby
giving mem compound miereH.
UARBIXO WOMEN AMD CuILDBEH MAT
so mi o on iui cia nuw it.
Onto erarr buainaaa dav from H.m. to 3 cm.
and Baturdar renin tor HAVING DEPOSIT
onij, rrom a to a o'clock.
auuti w. uTBiiur, Treasurer.
'nunc rvrrpv MiOimvA t
AAAJUI VJli A A! AJJ
33 A. 3ST "EC.
W. P. HALLIDAY, President)
HKNRT L. HALLIDAY, Vloe-PresMeal
A. B.HAFFORD, Cashier!
WALTER HYSLOP, Assistant Oasbier,
Btuts Tirtoa, Roust H. Gcmuaaiuii
Haaai h. Uallidat, W. P. Uallidit,
Oao, D. Wiuunsoa, Briraia Hia
A. B. Barroan.
Kxekavmce, Cola aad Halted tale
Boatda Bvaajat aad Mold.
EPOS1T8 received, aad a general banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HURD, Preeldenti
ROBERT. MILuKK. Vhe.Preelleat
O. H. HUGHES, Oaealer.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY Mii.DK,
TaXGHANOE. aoia. bank noUs .and United
ri Btatae aaaarltlaa beutht aaa eoia.
hstesreet AUewed aas
PHIL H. SAUP,
CT AS. PISK,
Dick Fowler, Cantaln
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
4 .iii. or freight orjiassKe upjily on boaru
tablisliod, November 18, 1872.
On the corner of 12th street and Washington
atenue, opposite Uullctin office.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1873.
Tuition trom $2 to 120 per term.
IN CLASSES OP 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will be spared to snake It
to all concerned.
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Plane Muale.
J. M. RODENBAUGH,
Teacher of Wind and String Instruments.
(See circular.) 1M4 tf.
COMICAL FIGURES and MASKS
A lares selection of Musical Instru
ments, such as
of erery kind for tbe Children. Also,
WAX & RUBBER DOLLS,
And a million other articles too numsr.
ous to mention.
GALL AND SEE.
102 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
CAIRO AND PADU0AH
The splendid steamer
WIMEtS AMD BJIAOUHS).
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Alao, keep ooaikuulr on hand a tnoet aom
plat stook of
AkTD IBISB WUISKIU
U I N b,
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba "Wines
RHMTTH a CO. tell eieluilrel; for eaah.to
. which fact ther Inrlt th tDcial atten
tion ef clot bercain biijere.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
ecocssioa roata a itociruia
esirysr ssad Waolale Dealer la
varesaja aaa afonataue
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Levee,
Kklnaatirt rellforal wine
Rkeepaon band constantly a full etexko
Ilol land Ok
Old Kentucky Bourbon. Bye end
whleklee, French Brendlca,
TO THE PUBLIC.
Anticipating a decline In prices of
ot all kinds and desirous that our cue
tomers should know we are determined
rrr.'out our protnUes of cheap printing .
eel It our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES.
behering that a steady increase of business ,
will be an equivalent.
With our long experience in Dullness ana ,
together with our advantages In the'
purchase and selection of stock, out
customers may rest assured we will try
to merit a continuance ot their very liberall
ollowlng revised list ot
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.,
BILL HEADS 1
on rood 14 lb paper, neatly executeaae-
cording to slxe perM i Wtoo oo. oromer,
qualities add the difference In tbe cost of tha
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or earns qnailtr oi
st, per M B ouiou w; par oneiuur
Folio Post, i
Jl f 2 00 to
lull sheet, hair sheet, quarter sheet, elgbtr.
sheet and sixteenth .sheet at from $3 00
JO 00 per M. ...
uy a careiui examination ui tue uvm um
our patrons will find that our
per M tb O0to7 00, according to slae ant
quality of paper; perone-hauM 3 OOto 00
on ordinary sire per M 4 OOtoS 60. accord
ing to style and quality. Commercial par
t 60to5 CO.
BILLS LADING i
per M, according to slro and weight, to 00t.j
f 00: per one-balf M, according to Site an.
weigbf, to 00to4 00. j
DRAY TICKETS ,
per M 8 00to4 00, according to order.
urnlshed retail at wholesale prices. Ctiarg
or printing, 91 .00to2 CO peril.
PBICES .A.3E&H X.O-W21I
than those ol any establishment oi tho kin
in St. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
Business men will And the Bhixetuc tb
best advertising medium in Southern 1U,
HEAEi ESTATE AOKWC1.
0. WINSTON & CO., 1
REAL ESTATE AGENTl
74 (SBOOKD FLOOB) OHIO IBYBB, jj
CAIRO. ILLS.. I
But and Ssll Rial Estate,
TURN IBB AMTKAOTt OP TITL
AU Baeeoie eeeiveyaasee el Slate j
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