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THE OAiKO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 187f .
mUHUm Mm, Balletlss BssUlss
eivities. Eleven cie of small-pox
la tin peet-bouie.
Seventeen iteemboaU aro lying up at
The chain gang on the levee plank
road are making iplendld headway.
Tee Bulletin was yesterday
awarded the county printing by the county
The city li full of iteamboatmen, a
large number of boat! having laid up at
No eaie of eplcootlc bat proved fatal
yet Id thli city.
Chief ef Police Myors hat rented
Leo Kleb'a handsome new brick dwelling
bouse on Sixth street.
Timothy Booth, contractor on tho C.
and V. railroad, ia engaged in paying the
llabllltlei oftho road in this city.
The inspection of bill and their al
lowance, bavo engaged tho attention of
the county conrt, to tho exclusion of every
other buiineti, for the lait four days.
Only three cases of drunkenneu were
before tho 'iquiro yesterday. All three
were pennileti and were tent to work on
Mr. Joi. McKenxio and Mr. James
By an are alio mentioned at probablo con
didatea for police magistrate, in place of
The total rain fall in Cairo in No
vember wai .67 of an Inch. The maxi
mum temperature, on the 4lb, wai C8
degs.; the minimum temperature, on' tho
39th, 7 wai degi.
Scott very naturally feels lore over
the lou of hli property. He ii convinced
that the Are wai the work of an enemy,
and thlnka hanging to a lamppost would
be not too levere a punishment for the in
Min Yocum, a litter of our new
circuit clerk, it assisting in the buiinesi
of the office. Yocum is fairly itartcd in
the labor of hit now position. lie is
clever and accommodating.
Capt. C. R. Budd, an old newipaper
man, now connected with a commission
house in Memphis, wai in the city yester
day on buiinesi for tho house of Drury
Louis Susim is anxious to dlsposo of
his buiinesi lintereit in this city. His
heart turns towards Italy, and as soon as
be can make satisfactory arrangements,
he intends tu transport himself to the land
of the tunny clime.
A little labor on the eait tide of tbe
sidewalk on Poplar street, between Seven
teenth and Eighteenth itreati is necessary
to plaeo it in good condition for pedes.
A cue of small-pox wai found at St.
Mary 'a hospital yeiterday. On tbe dis
covery that the disease was small-pox, tbe
patient wai to be removod to the pest
house, but juit as the attondants were
about to raiie him irom the bed, prepara
tory to hit removal, the poor man toll back
The epizootic made havoc among
the horiei of the city yesterday, and busi
ness commenced to feel its efTects. Dray
age, which usually costs two dollars and a
half, doubled its price yesterday, and to
this the original prico will probably be
Low cistorm and tho epizootio con
spire to mako water almost an expomive
beverage and decidedly expeniive for tbe
usual household purposos. Fifty cents a
barrel wai the price paid yesterday for
the necessary element.
We are under many obligations to
Capt. John McCord and Boss Powell of
tho steamer Dexter, for a mess of quail,
turkey and bear, which was froih and nice,
elected from the lot of game tbeso two
gentlemen bagged on their hunting expe
dition over in Kentucky yesterday. Do
o again, boys.
The Presbyterian soclablo at tbe house
of J. B. Reed last ovening, was a very
pleasant affair. The attendance wai large,
and all of the numerous company were
made to fed at home under Mr. Heed's
hospitable roof. Tbe pleasures of tho
evening were varied by a couple of beau
tiful tableaux, music and excellent refresh
ments. The Gazette said of our dinner :
"Mr. and Mn J. II. Oberly gave to the cm
ployeei or the Bulletin office a Thanksgiving
dinner, which we ckare my was a keenly rei
lined by the "boys" ai Uio kindness or the
giver will be gratefully remembered. A
number oflntimate friends were also pres
ent, and the whole party protest that the oc
casion was one of the most enjoyable ofthelr
lives. For reasons that were detailed to Mr.
and Mrs. Oberly we regretfully declined
their Invitation to be present."
If tbe people of Cairo wish for mayor
a gentleman who ii saturated with the In
terests of the city a Cairo man
from the crown of his bead to
tbe soles of bis feet toiler
ing in its manifest destiny as implicitly as
in the principles of this government, tbey
would not miss tbe mark by tho deviation
of even the width of a hair if thoy selected
Mr. W. "W. Thornton. Wo know there
are those, and not a few either, who be
lieve Mr. Thornton to be beyond reason in
his Calroism, but wo don't; we believo bis
predictlonsconcerning tho futuro greatness
of this city to be founded on sound sense,
and that the seofferi of bis rosy pictures
are too slow to keep up with the rapidly
advancing prosperity of their city too
dull to understand tbe band-writing in
transpiring events wbicb tells as plainly
aa lucid English could that tbe days of
Cairo'i doubt have passed away and the
day of her assured greatness has already
J. Q, Stancil wishes everybody to
know that he keeps tbe finest assortment
of meats of every kind, such as beef, mut
ton, pork, etc., at bit butcher shop, corner
of Eighth street and Washington avenuo.
Anyone wanting fine steaks, chops, roasts'
sausage, fresh and dried flsb, flesh or
fowl, can be accommodated with the best
in tbe market, and at tbe molt reasonable
prices, by calling on Standi at any hour
of the day. We take pleasure in com
mending bis establishment to tbe public
aa being Just tbe thing needed in that
neighborhood. Mr. Standi is a gentle
Ban worthy of patronage and if Tub
Bulletin can increase bis custom it will
gladly do It. l'"tf,
NEW RAILROAD PROJECTS.
CONCENTRATION OF 11UOAO AND
NARROW OAUOES AT
T1IK PROPOSED RAILROAD CONVEN
T10N AT PARIS, TENNESSEE.
Mayor Lanidon, instructed by the city
council, will appoint throe dolegates to
attend tho railroad convention to bo held
at Paris, Tennessee, on the 19th Inst,
Pew of our readers are awaro of tho
fact, that Cairo has a deep intcrost in tbe
proposod convention, that it has been
called to contrlbuto to tho accomplish
ment of cortaln railroad projects, tho sue
coss of which will greatly contrlbuto to
the prosperity of our city.
During many years our citizens have
been struggling to compel a recognition of
Cairo s commercial importance to mako
this placo a railroad centre, and to build
up hero a great city. Wo havo at last
compelled this recognition, and there is
now nothing to prevont us from taking
tho position among the cities of tho coun
try to which our geographical position
ontitlcs us. Mr. J. Edgar Thomson, in a
letter addressed to tho London bankers,
who placed tho $0,000,000 loan of tho
Allegheny Valley company, guaranteed
by the Pennsylvania Railroad company,
of which be is prcsldont, speaks of 'Cairo
as ono of tho great commercial centres of
the West. He says: "It thorefore be
came necessary for tho success of
the Pennslyvania railroad com
pany that it should securo
lines under iti own control extending
from iti western terminus to the commer
cial centres of tbe west, viz: Cleveland)
Chicago, St. Louis, CAIRO, Louisville,
Cincinnati, etc, all of which has been ac
complished.'' It has been accomplished
by the construction of the Cairo and Vin-
cennea road. Mr. Thomas Allen alio rec
ognises the importance of this point, and
is hastening the construction of tbe Cairo
and Fulton road. So also do tho Mississippi
Central, and Mobile and Ohio roads, and
both are in haste to make thii city their
But there are other railroad projects on
foot, created by this now general
recognition of tho importance of Cairo as
a railroad centre. Ono is to oxtond the
Hotly Springs, Brownivillo and Ohio rail-
road, reduced to athreo foot gauge, Into a
road rrom Cairo through Union City,
Brownsville and Bolivar, Tonnesieo, and
throught Ripley, Louisville, etc, Missis
sippi, to Ship Island or Mississippi City
on the gulf. Mr. J. D. Smith, tho presi
dent of tbe H. S., B. & O. railroad, in a
letter to Col. Taylor, lays : "If we can get
reasonable assistance from your city wo
will at once change the gauge of our road
to three feet and go to work to make ours
the connecting link between the Cairo and
St..Louis narrow gauge and tho Middle
ton, Ripley and Ship Island narrow gauge
railroads, and in that event it would bo
better to make the terminus or beginning
of our road in the city of Cairo In placo of
Another movomont is on foot in Ton
ncssee, and Alabama, for a narrow-gauge
railway connection botween Cairo, and
points South. It is proposed to build two
narrow-gauge roadi, one from Tuscaloosa,
Alabama, to Paris, Tennessee; and one
from Uuntivillo, Alabama, via Columbia,
Tenncssoo, to.Paris, Tennessee, and to tbero
havo these two roads unite in a union
road to Cairo. Tho movomcnt U assum
ing a good doal of strongtb, and the con
ventlon at Paris, on tho 19tb, to which,
Cairo will send delegates, is to further thii
project. Tho Memphis "Appeal" of 2d
Inst., speaking of this road, sayi :
Tbe Columbia 'Herald' says that arrange
ments have beeu made to bold a convention
on Tuesday, December 19, at Pari, Tennes
see, to take steps to continue the Duck
River Valley railroad from Johnsonvllle to
Cairo. Illinois. It is onlv onahumlriil mll.
from Johnsonvllle to Cairo, and rrom Culro
to SL Louis it is one hundred and fnrtv-invim
miles. A railroad with a gauge of three
feet, from St. Louis to Cairo, will be com
pleted this winter. This road runs foi forty
inues inrougu uio gruui ininois coal Ueius.
It is the intention to connect this road with
the Duck Rlvor Valley railroad at Johnson
vllle, on the Tennessee river, by the road
uiruuu x ur. ueicKuiea win no in attend
ance lrom all points between Fayctteville,
Tennessee, and Cairo, llllnnln. llnntwii J
Alabama, should also be represented. It
may be well to state that a branch or this
roau is to uc cxieuueu w Jackson or llollvar,
aud thence to Memphis. Tbe South has uot
wealth or density or population, save on
great through routes, to do more than build
narrow gauge roads. Col. Falkner leads the
way to the bouth's regeneration.
Col. Wra. J.Sykes.of tho National Nar
row Guago committee, is laboring very
industriously in tbe intorest of this pro
ject. Ho addressed tho pooplu of Paris,
Tennetsee,on tho subjoct, last Monday, and
proposes to speak alungtbo line of tbe pro
posed road through Mayileld, Kentucky,
to thii city.
Tho convention at Parli will probably
decide the fate of thii project to important
to Cairo, and we therefore hopo tho mayor
will select as our dologatci onorgotic citi
zens, who understand our wants and ne
cessities, and can speak with authority for
Stbvk A.nshlmknt, the bar-keopor, has
opened a fino saloon in Louis Blattcau'a
old stand, whore can bo found, at all
times, Stove serving his customers with
the best of drinkables. 11-22-tf
Tux Qui Vivo Cotorie will give a grand
calico party on Friday, December 13, at
tbe bt. L'barlcs hotel, Tho club particu
larly requests thoso attending, toappoar in
calico: lS-0-f Jfc s.
Steamer Peytoua, Now Orleani
" Raven, Memphis
" Warner, Now Orleans
" Arkansas Belle, Evansville
" Burksville, Hickman
" Mallio Ragon, Memphis
Utah, Devil's Island
" F P Oracey, Capo Girardeau
" Illinois, Columbus
Steamer City of Chester, Memphis
" Arkansas Bolle. Evansville
" liurksvlllc, Hickman
" Mallie Ragon, Cincinnati
" Utah, Memphis
" Illinois, Columbus
MIU MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Omtmiamt,
D. A, Bokek, Gon'l Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15.lv.
CONDITION OF TtIK KIVKIIR.
Thoro Is only three and a half feet over
tho bars in tho Ohio river and tho river is
falling dally. Devil's Island is the worst
placo in the Mississippi above Jiero.
Thero is only thrco foot and falling, with
gloomy prospects .of a change At Point
Pleasant below here there Is only three
feel reported. There were no boats In
troublo thoro when the Ragon passed.
Hero tho Ohio is falling.
BUSINESS AND WEATI1EE.
Business on and about the landings yes
terday wai very good. The woather wai
mild but cloudy and hazy and last night
was bad on navigation.
Tho Idlowild has laid up here. Her
crew wai paid off and left on tbe Arkan
sas Bollo yesterday for their homos.
The Alaska has succeeded in gotting
over Treadwater bar, and has laid up.
Her bargos aro still bard aground there,
and will havo to await a rise in tbe river
before thoy can bo got off.
Tho Utah arrived from Devil's island
with tho balanco of her cargo on a barge.
She has been sevonteen days coming from
The Bolle of Pike has got off the bar at
Dovil's island, and has eono to the hanlt
abovo tho island andjlaid up.
The R. C. Gray, who recently sunk be
tween here and Evansville, has been
raised and taken back to Evansville.
Tho Burksville loft for Hickman last
ight, loadod as deep as she could swim
with grain, and was black with passengers.
The towboat. Warren and barees. and
Peytona and barges have laid up here for
Tho II. S. Turner will nrobablv Win
loading for Now Orleans this morning.
lfaho should do so. hor Ohio river freleht
will bo sent forward.
Tho Orescont City takes out tho noxt
tow for tho Mlas. V. T. Co.
The Miss. V. T. Co.. aro havinir 200
skids built here, and will'iond them to
new Orleans to bo used on tho landings.
Capt. Pepper of the Thompson Dean.
arrivod from St. Louis yesterday, per Iron
Tho Arkansas Bolle broucht in all she
could carry on tho water and returned
with a big trip of people.
iho wrecking boat Salvor No. 2 is
working again at the sunken barge Flor
ence. Jim McFaddin. socond clerk of tha
Bcllo of Piko, came down from hor on tho
uracey and left by rail for St. Louis. He
reports the Pike all safo and in good win
ter quarters should she have to remain
Tho Gracoy arrived from Capo Girar
deau with a fair trip of mixed freight,
which sho turned over to the wharfboats.
Tho Glencoo has got over Point Pleas
ant where she has been aground nearly a
Frank Burkist, clerk of the Alaska,
came down from his boat and staid a few
hours and roturned on the Arkansas
Tho tug Montauk was engaged yester
day afternoon filling the Sixth street els
torn. Hor p owerful pump tested the full1
strength ol the boso belonging to tho fire
companies and bunted them ia several
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
A place where you can buy as much for
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the public that thoy bavo flttod their
new store home on Elghtk itreet with the
finest and best assorted stock of
goneral merchandise ever before brought
to this market, and In order
to secure a large portion of tbe patronage
of the public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAB-
LISHMENT IN THE .VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for the coming fall and
winter trado of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
SOOTS &c SHOES,
HATS 5c CAPS.
And all other articles to be found in a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. We call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete in
all its details. Our stock of
is tho largest in the city, and wo aro en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
In Gentlemens' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
we are fully prepared to moot all de
mands at prices defying competition. Aa
it is to tho interest of every ono to buy
where goods are cheapest and best
we cordially invite tbe public
to call and examine our stock before pur
Our establishment ia located oa the east
side of Eighth itreet, between Washington
and Commercial avenuei.
Blum & Amson.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
ratty, BessaUse. Usuwllsie,
And the celebrated illuminating
mobs' luilduk?, cob 11th t. com
CaIBO, .... ILINOLI.
PROF. CHAS WITTIG & SON
.vMvwaw viiuvc UiiUli ATIUs. Ve IT II HIT B
A A I . - - .
ni "'"fcquesi or many men : or rrot. I
Ctias. Wittbr lu commemoration ot his on.
trance upon bis 71st year, and laappreda- 1
tlou of hli aervlcra m it mn.i.i.n I
Will bo given by the combined musicians or
Cairo on Sunday, the 8th day or December.
1872, at Washington Hall. ' '
Mayor's office, )
Cairo, Ills., Doccmbcr 6, 1872. j
, Public notice U hereby given that au olec
tlou will be held
ON TUESDAY, THK 7TII DAY OV JANUARY
f . . . I. .. ..... i I ... . I r . ....
in mo cuy ui vairo. in me auio or Illinois,
for the purposo or determining the uuestion
H. ,n .ulinllion n n I .1 ..I ... . .!.. 1.
W . IIVUIUI DU1U t.lV Ut IwBirU BUUU UOCOmS
incorporated under the act or the Kencral
provldo for tho Incorporation of cities and
villages," approved April 10th, 1872. in force
.lilt' let 1U-.I. n.i.l .Ln .. . ......
"'J - Jl- aiw, ill wiu DA'UU llllie
there will be submitted for adoptlonorrejec
tlou, the miestion ot "minority representa
tion" in tbe city council, or legislative au
thority of mid city.
For the purpose or said election, said city
or Cairo luis been divided into two election
districts, the one or which comprises all tbe
territory in suld city, mhuIi and cust or the
centerlfno or Twelfth street extended to the
Ohio and MUitlsslppI rivers, and the place or
voting, In said district, will bethoRouRh and
Ready ciiKluc-hoime ; tho other district com
prises all tho territory in said city, north and
west of said line extemleil as aforesaid, and
tho placo or voting therein will bo tho court
house, Hy order of the city council.
... , ,. Jop Lamsdkn, Mayor.
'Cairo Daily Sun' and Calio Gazette,'
pleaso copy. 12-ti-dtd.
N. II. T1I1STI.KWOOD. P. J. TH18TLKWOOD,
THISTLEWOOD Sc CO.,
CI E NEB A I.
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC.
Okl Livm, SV'AUIO, ILLS.
BJTOVKS, TMWAJUC, ETC,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin anil Hollow Ws. Clothes Wringers Toils
Ware, Ooal Hods, Fire8boTla, Au Sales.
TIN ZINC. COPPBR AND SHKB1
N&. 166 Washington-aTenue
saSTRooflnf. Qotttnng, ud all kinds ofjo
work donaat shortest nolle. febldtf
HVE O B B
They have given
They have done
MORJ2 & BETTER WORK
A. re Moro Easily sold,
Paying a Boticr Profit to the Dealer
CHEAPER TO USE
Than any Cookfog Stovo
I2ST THE MARKET
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO
Wholesale dealers luall kinds ol
AND BY ALL
LIVE STOVE DKALERS,
0. W. HENDERSON,
100 Commercial ave.,
City MssttestsU Itmmu UsUss.
sajlpesial atsenuoa p Aid te etdeje iron steam
beats aliht er Oar
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Tort In the cause of Art. Tho publishers,
anxious to justify the ready confidence thun
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tonish and delight even tho most sanguine
friends or the Aldlne.
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view to the highest artistic success, and
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The quarterly tinted plates for 1873, will
reproduce four or John S. Davis' inimitable
child-sketches, appropriate to the four sea
sons. These plates, appearing In the Issues
ror January, April, July, and October,
would be alone worth tbe price of a year's
subscription. . .
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In advance ror the year 1873, will receive,
without additional charge, a pair or beauti
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English painter. The picture, entitled
"Tho Village llelle," and "Crossing tho
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Art; and, considering the unprecedented
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Henry Stoddard, aeslstcd by tho best writers
and poets or the day, who will strive to have
the literature or the Aldlne always In keep
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MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
LXQALIZID BY STATX ACTHOBITY AMD
Dbawk iv Public ik St. Louia.
Grand Single dumber Scheme.
Class M to bb Drawn Dec, 31, 1872
6,880 Prixes, Amounting to $300,000.
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, $2 60.
Oar lotUrles are ehsricrsd by the 8Ut. re
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Bt. Louis pper and a oopjr of dnwiog sent to
nnrrhAArfl of liekata.
Wwllldrw a similar schemttbs last day or
yry montn during me jrar ina.
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KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized by an act of the Legislature.
The most liberal Lottery ever drawn. Only
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To be drawn Dec. 28, 1872, In Covington, Ky.
Ono Capital Prize of 825,000.
1 Prlxe or $5,000
1 Prize of. ... 2,160
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1872 and 1873.
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Kockino Hobby Mortals,
Fancy Express Waookb,
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ous to mention.
CALL AND SEE.
102 COMMERCIAL AVENUE!
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tha splendid sUamsr
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
4 p.m. Kor freight ornassage npply un bonru
November 18, 1872.
Ou the corner of 12th street and Washington
avenue, opposite Uulletlii offlct.
WIHESJ AA U UUUURI.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
BBAIa EMTATE AUBNUt.
0. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (seooed tloor) ohio litis,
But and Sell Rial Estate,
VrjRMUB ABSTRACTS OV TITLS .
Aad aeMt Oeavsyaasss ef Kladi!
MONDAY, NOVEMBER IB, 18TH.
Tuition trom 12 to t20 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will be spared to make it
tu all concerned.
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
Teacher or Wlcd and String Instruments,
(bee circular.) ix-u tr.
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
OB 1 0 LEVEE
Also, kssp cenitaatlr on band a most torn
pUU stock or
auotoh amd irish whiskies
a i N
Port, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba Wines
p UMTT1I A CO. stTTTxcluilTtlr for cash, to
LV- which fact thT Invlta th rxxlal atteo.
lion of clo.o tarvain buyer.
F. M . STOCK FLETH,
couuaoa fools a iTocarirrB
HecUrer assat WbolrMle DMlir la
rorelcss sued (MsBcaflsj
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Ouio Levee,
Kkrtcson band constantly a Nil aloft o
Old KnlucT Hourbna. Eva and Mononla
icla Whlsklts, Franch Braadlas, 11 ol land U(
TO THE PTJBEIC.
Anticipating a decline In prices ot
ot all kinds and desirous that our cus
tomers should know we are determined
to carry.'out our promises of chesp printing
we feel It our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
believing that a steady Increase of business
will be an equivalent.
With our long experience in business and
INCREASED FACILITIES f
together with our advantages ln the
purchsse and selection of stock, our
customers may rest assured we will try
to merit a continuance ot their very liberal
patronage. We Invite your attention to the
following revised list ot
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on good 11 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size peril (4 &0U0 60. For other
qualities add the difference ln the cost of the
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or same quality ot
Folio Post, peril 4 OOtotf 00; per one-half
Mt2 60 to 8 60.
posts !R s
full sheet, half sheet, quarter sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth .sheet at from 3 00 to
20 00 per M.
By a careful examination ot the above list
our patrons will find that our
per M 5 00to7 00, according to size and
quality or paper; perone-halrM 83 OOtoi 00.
on ordinary slxe per M $4 OOtoS 60, accord
ing to style aud quality. Commercial per M
4 60toB 60.
?r M, according to size and weight, to OOto
00; per one-half li, according to sue and
weight, $3 OOtot 00.
per M 13 OOtot 00, according to order.
urnlshcd retail at wholesale prices. Chaige
or printing, Si 00to2 60 per M.
PBIOES ABE LOWBB
than those ot any establishment ot tbe kind
In St. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago,
Uustness men will find the Bulletin the
best advertising medium In Southern Illinois.