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OFPICH, BTTIjXjSTIISTTIIjIDIITO, OOE. 12TH 8TKBET A. XT ID "W.3I-XI0STa-,rO3sr AVHWTTB.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 10. 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASUINGTON-AV.
NxwOklians, Dec, 9. Tho Inglslature
assembled at Lyceum hill, whcro they
were In caucus this morning. Each
member at he passed in, wai served by
United States deputy marshall with
copy.of Judge Durrell 's restraining order.
Mechanics' Imtltute it itill in chargo of
the military, Sontlnels guard thu door
but slate officials and members of tho leg
illature, recognised by tho custom-house
board, and reporters and political friends
are admitted. Congressman Durroll, and
ex-mayor Flanders were on the floor of the
house. Moth sides claim u quorum in the
bouse. The senate is doubtful. Vigors,
the old clerk of the house, wheso duty it
Is to call tho roll, was arrested yssteroday
by deputy marshal, and has since been
held a prisoner at Mechanto's Institute.
This move was made to prevent him from
the calling of tho Conservative house.
wkit or prohibition asked for.
"Washington, Dec. 0. Attorney Gen
ral Oden of Louisiana, in the supreme
court this morning asked for a writ of
prohibition against Durell restraining
him from proceeding further in tho case
of Kellogg vs. Warmoulh in the circuit
court of Louisiana. Ogden asked imtnedi
ate consideration of tlio matter, remark
ing that tho very life of the state was In
volvod In the controversy. Phillips, who
U associated with Ogden, said it was a
proper caso for u writ. Judge Millor
asked how It could bo a proper case, when
the constitution provided that a esse
wherein a citizen was a party, should not
be a caso for its iisuince. Tho court took
the matter under advisement.
IIHCUANICS' INSTITUTE LKUMLATURE.
Both houses organized and Joint com
mittees were appointed to inform the gov
ernor.J C. W. Lowell was elected
speaker of the louse by acclamation.
The holding over senators protest against
tho manner in which tho senate has been
organized, which is being discussed.
THE PRESIDENT Hit) HIS EYE ON CVIiA
St. Louis, Dec. 0. A Washington
special th the Evening Dispntch says tho
president is taking steps to become thor
oughly Informed as to tho trua condition
of affairs in Cubs, preparatory, it is re
ported, to recommending congress to
legislate and bring to an end the lone
continued struggle between tho Spaniards
and Cubans. Secretary Delano will sail
for Havana next Thursday, to bo absent
from ono to two months, and will ascertain
the oxact status of affairs on tho island
and report to the president upon his re
turn. Secretory Delano's health Is very
poor, but he expects it will bo greatly bene
fitted by the trip. Tho matter has been
kept a secret, and is known to only a few
New Orleans, Dec. 0. In tbe federal
court the Warmotu contempt caso was
postponed till to-morrow on account of tho
illness of Judge Durell. Much interest is
manifested regarding political move
Quito a crowd gathered at the Mechanic's
Institute where tbe Kellogg legislature
root, and at tbe city hull where tho fusion
members wcro lu caucus, as well as at the
federal court room, where Wurmotb's con
tempt case was set fur hearing. Judi;o
Elmoro of the eighth district court, and
Manning, clerk, were arranged before the
supreme court fur contempt growing out
of tbe Boveo case, Judge Elmore was fined
$50 anJ ordered imprisoned for ten days,
Manning was fined $50 and imprisoned
for five days. They wcro both pardonel
by Oov. Wartnoth.
In tho Kellogg leglslaturo after organi
zation, sixty-four members precsnt, tbe
following wos unanimously adopted :
Whereas, Tho general assembly has
now convened in compliauco with u call
of tbo governor, and certain ovil disposed
persons are reported to be forming combi
nations to disturb tho public peace and
defy lawful authorities und tho state Is
threatened with violence; theroforo
Resolved, Iiy the home of representa
tives and generul assembly of Louisiana,
tbe senate concurring, that tho pre.-idonl
of the United States bo requested to af
ford the protection guaranteed euch stale
by tbo constitution of tho United States
Wb' n threatened with domestic violi nee
, and tho presiding ctllcers of tho generul
.iliernbly transmit this resolution by tele
graph and otherwiso to tho president uf
tha United States.
THAT CAI'ITaL riUZE.
Louisvile, Dec. It. A special to tho
Journal from Columbus, Indiana, says
ticket 0,450 which drow tho capital prize
of $70,000 in tho Public Library drawing
Is held by a club of ten persons In that
Iowa Citv, Dec 0. N. II. Dronlnfleld
postmaster of this place, is clmrgod in an
affidavit of hla clorks, with porjury,
theft and embezzlomont. lie has bad tbe
office sinco Juno last.
St. Louis, Dec. !). Tho local commit
toe hero having tho matter in etiarge,
havo about completed arrangements for
the Commercial convention, which con
venes in this city on "Wednesday. Among
the principal subjects which will como be
fore the convention, aro railroads, interi
or lines of water communication, public
lands, emigration, domestio and foreign
commerce, flnanco and taxation, Ameri
can ship-building and navigation Intorosts.
Mayor Brown will welcome the conven
tion to the city, and Thomas Allen, presi
dent of the Iron Mountain railroad, will
deliver the opening address.
GALE ON LAKE aUNRIOK.
Milwaukee, Nov. 9. Cpt. Thomp
son, late of tho Lac la Belle, who was on
tho propellor Cuyahoga during a rccen
storm on Lake Superior, arrived hero Sat
urday. Ho says tho gale was tho worst
ho ever experienced. Uo reports the
schooner Middlesex aslioro opposlto
Kound Island, All hands saved. Schoon
ors W. O. Brown and D. A. Owen, from
Duluth, aro reported lost with all on
boird. Schooner C. O. Orlswold, from
Marquette, is reported lost with all on
board. Tho Canadian steamer Cumber
land is frozen in at Bear Lake with fifty
passengers on board.
flTKAMEIt TIIOMAH ALLEN BUNK.
Memphis, Nov. It. Xlm steamor
Thomas Alton sunk Ovo milts abovo De
vall'a bluff, last night. Socond cook and
pastry cook, names unknown, wero
drowned. The boat was valued at SIC,'
000, nnd not Insured. Her cargo consist
ing of plantation supplies and stores for
Cairn an J Fulton railroad, valued ut
5,000, which was insured.
FUKNITURE WARER00M9 BURN Eli.
St. L)t:i, Dec. 9. Tho extensive
wholesale warurooms of Comstock Ji Co.
409 and 411, North Third street, wero
totally destroyed by fire yesterday fore
noon. Loss on tho furniture $0,000. In.
surcd for 52,600. Tbe building to T. H.
Edgar, president of the Mltourl Pacific
railroad, valued at $18,000, Insured for
St. Louis, Dec. 9. The horso discr.so Is
still sproading and assuming a more ma
lignant type, many casos having bocomo
quite serious in character. Scareolr a
horse is to bo seen In tho street, and what
littlo hauling there is boing done is done
by mules and oxen. Business In some
ilepartments of trade is almoit impended,
and sales on 'Change arcscarcely worthy
The credentials of Mr. Morton, re
elected, were presented.
Mr. Morton, from tho military commit-
mittee, reported a bill refunding the states
nterest on monies borrowed to equip and
pay and supply troop for the United
States in war. He said ho would aik ac-
Mr. Pomcroy Introduced a bill for the
relief of settlers on Cherokee lands In
Kansas, which was referred.
Mr. Colo introduced a bill relating to
the payment of duties which provides
that June 30, 1873, it shall be lawful to
receive 20 per cent, of tho amount of
customs and duties In United States notes
and 10 per cent, additional proportion
encb year .thereafter till 1877, when tho
duties may bo paid, either in gold or
United States notes.
Mr. Carpenter introduced a bill pro
Iding that hereafter tho annual sesson
of tbes'jpremo court of fho United States
thai! cummvtico on tho first Monday in
October each yoar, in accordonco with n
resolution adopted last week.
Tho senate ut tho end of tho morning
hour proceeded to consider tho bills on the
The report of the committee of con
ference on a bill regulating the construe
tion of a bridge acro.s tho Oblo river was
agreed to. Tho houio having agreed to it
at the last session, tho bill is pasted.
Mr. Sumner's joint resolution proposing
an amendment to tho constitution; confln
infi the pro-ident to ono term was referred
to the judlciury committco.
Mr. Pomeroy moved to postpone indefi
nitely tho bill to extend tho snme for tho
construction of tho Kansas, Topcka and
Stntu Fe raihoud, snying tho road had
already progressed so far that it would be
finished within the prescribed time. At
J:jO tho senato went into executive ses
sion, and soon after adjourned.
Ssvoral bills woro Introduced and ro
f -rrid including ono by Ulbbard of New
Utmpihiro, including an umondmont to
tho constitution authorizing congress to fix
a timo for stitto elections, Mr .Banks of
ferod a resolution fixing tho salary of the
president at $50,000 per annum, com
mencing March, 1873, that tho term of
ofllco of president and vicc-prcsidont be six
years, thu president to be ineligible for
ro-clection, and that tbo president and tho
vico-prosldent bo elected by tbo pcoplo ut
tho sarao time that congressmen are
elected ; that portion of the resolutions as to
tho tho term of tho president boing in thu
form of an amendment to tho constitution.
New York, 12:10 p. m., Dec. 9. Flour
dull. Wheat quiet and firm, $1 5i!l 68;
cholco $1 DO; red $1 1181 73; amber
$1 761 80. Corn quiet and stead v,04Jo.
Outs qulot, f,05Gc. Mess pork quiet, $13
13 00. Lard 7Jo and quotations nomi
ual, Whhkoy quiet und nominal Oljc.
New ORLEANS, Dec. . Di purled
Belle Lee. City ot Quincy, Robert Milch
oil. Receipts of cotton, '.',395. Flour, fair
dumand; super $1 45; XX $0 S!oU 37,
low XXX $8 757 12; good, $7 JlfaJSOO;
choico 2b& 60; choice X $0 0010 50.
Corn is in good demand ut 0j05c. Oats
is in modorato demand at 4446o.
Hay $30; primo $26 and dull. Bran
$1 20; fair demand. Pork $13 25 dull;
bacon quiet and steady at 6J0OlOc; hams
dull $16 767am. Lard hlfogTc: keir 0.
''Jo. Whiskey fair demand, Louisiana
92c. Cotton quiet at 19c. Sterling 1!M;
Igbt J! discount.
Cincinnati, Deo. 9. Flour nnd grain
steady and prices unchanged. Cotton
quiet, middling 18Jo. Whiskey stoady
88o. Pork quiet. Bulk meats qulot,
shoulders 8Jc; clear rib OJc; clear 6Io.
Bacon quiet, shoulders Kc; clear rib be
clear 8Jc- Hogs firm $8 053 80; bulk
of sales 875; receipts 18,809. Lard quiet,
steam 7 5-lOcj keUle 7i7o. Green
shoulders 3jcj sides Cc, bams 0j8c; good
demand i less,
St. Louis, Dec. 9. Business almoit sus-
f tended. Flour very quiet. Whjal noth
ng doing, No 3 red fall nominally 02c;
No 1 82c. Corn dull, 282J east track.
Oats dull, 242oo on track. Barley un
changed, ltye nothing doing. Pork
nominal, 1212c; dry salt, smalt packed
lots 4(jojr,0; bacon nothing doing.
Lard good demand, sale, prime steam 7c;
seller December and January.
Ciiicauo, Dec. 8. Flour quiet, holders
firm. Wheal firm, moderately active at
$1 12 cash December; $1 13J1 13
January 1; quiet nominal $1 2u. Com
3ulet and firmer at 31); cash December
I c January; 35jo May; 8Go June. Oats
quiet and steady at 26'2BJc cush De
cember. Rye quiet, salnaole bOc; held at
COJu. Barley dull, spot 00Glc. Pork
dull, no sales, nominally $il 60 cash De
cember and January. Lard steady at 7c
cutli December, 7u January; 7jc March;
Meats steady, held at full previous prices.
Dressed hogs inactive, nominally 4jljc.
Whiskey nominally 8!c quiet.
St. Louis, Dec-9. Flour dull, nomin
ally unchanged. Wheat, spring dull and
nominal; No 2 soft elevator $1 20, fall
dull, millers out of tho market; sample
lots, No 3 red $1 CO; No 2 $1 77. Corn
dull, whito mixed 3751c; elevator white
33c. Oats dull and unsettled, No 2 mixed
2425c. Barley dull and unchanged,
ltye dull; no sales. Pork nominal 1212;
no sales; dry salt meat dull; shoulders 4c;
clear ribs 6c; clear sides Cj: bacon nomi
nal, no sales. Ltrd unchanged, (rood de
mand for future; p'imu steam seller De
cember and January 7c. Hlghwlnes
steany 92c. Cattle, better grades in fair
request, stoady i!CCc fair to X' Hogs
firmer, 53 80(3 80; receipts 8,600.
Chicago, Dec 9 Flour qulot and
steady. Wheat active and higher; No 2
closed on 'Chango $1 12 cash und on the
opening of board in aftornoon$l 14; No
3 $1 0!1 03. Corn uctlvo and hlgho;
No 2 81fcch or Deoembcr. Oats steady,
No 2 20je; Byo steadv; No 2 GOlc. Bar
ley dull, No 2 00c. Pork steadv. $11 AO
l 02. L;ird steady, 7c cash; 7o Janu
ary. Gteen' hams 6J'Jc, according to
weight; other green meats and partly
cured meats qulot and unchanged prices.
Whiskey steady, 88Jc. Cattle receipts
2,200 dull and few lots; Good to cholco
steers sold at ih 18(3,0 37j. Hogs re
ceipts 18.217. actlvo and tljm. ranee S3 CO
3 0, with most sales at $3 "O380.
xr.vr iork, Dec Money actlvo dur
ing tho morning at 1-32 perday, but alli
ance between tho old gold clique and Pa
cific mail people having been abandoned,
returnod to condition of complete ease
and loaned freely at45 percent, per annum-
Sterling quiet and firm at 8(38i
loni": llVTvlDl ihnrt alrrhl! onlfl 1 wor mnA
declined from 13 to 12; loans0) to flat
lor uso and 37 per cent, for carrvlng.
Clearings 84,000,000; treasury dis&urs-
ments 3.j,G0t, governments quiet and
slightly easier, ,he currency bonds bonds
being weakest and 1 per cent, lower state
bonds lower and dull; stocks quiet.
Our Homo Advertisers.
(MIM NINMION AND I'OHWARDINlf,
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'rs.
This bouse Is newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon is stocked with the
are compounded iu the most approved style
J3ff"Corae and see for youraelf. . pni
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
uro spread morning and evening ot 10
o'clock, ut which nil are invited to partici
pate free of ciiarge.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS I
At wholesale and retail, stewed, fried,
broiled and baked, raw und ou tho half-shell,
by tho can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry
Walker's St. Mcliolus restaurant on Com
mercial avenue. Oysters in every fety.o at
nil hour day or night. Hurry Walker pre
sides over the culinary department. Asa
caterer ho hus no equal, and Hurry's cuh
tomers can always bo assured ol a warm
meal at any hour of tho day or night, that
will meet the requirements and please tbe
taste of the most fastidious.
$-5 TO $20 Kff."
pV, stint r sex, todds; or old, soak mora maatj
at work ( r ua la IksTr spar momsats or al,. the
time, tnan at eajlaiei ! I'utlouiari free
Address O. SUasom Qe Hsrtlaad. aUtae.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
and Agent of
niO B.IVXR ANt KaJfAWUA
70 Ohio Lkvee,
DEALEB I2ST LIME
Ckukk Plastkk Fahis,
HO. 7101IIO IEVEB, UND BR CITY NATION
t2TFor the purpose of building up a
wholesale trade In Cairo, I will aell to deal
ers and contractors in lots of 60 barrel and
upward, at manufacturing prices adding
Cairo, August 13. 1S72.
Our Homo Advertisers.
B a T UOOIIk.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to K. B. IlcDdrloaa Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdTancemenu mad a2WV
Ssb upou Consignments. -EJW
Are prepared to reeeits, store aad lorwsrd
friht to all points and bujr and
sell on commlMion,
WDuilnm ilnd.t to timmpUr:
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE & BRO.,
General Commission Merchant
133 OniO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS JOB FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAntO. ILLINOIS,
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AM) DBALKK IN
HAY, OATS, 00:RN
AND MILL FEED.
f. I). UATIIU&d..
X. 0 .VUL
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on Merc h ants
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Mlllllll I KYKK.
HTRATTON & BIRD,
(BacoMssrsBSratloo, Hudson Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo. Illinois.
t J H CintAti
'72. FALL AND WINTER '3.
. t . C. II ANN Y.
KXNTUCXY JKAXS, KXTUa,
LARGE STOUK OF OARtJTING
Mia r.uttro Ntoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CO&N KR 8TU ST. AND COMUMCIAL-AT.,
HTOVUi. TINWAIIK, CTC,
A.' II ALLEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
ZINC, COPPER AND 8HEE1
N&. 166 Washington-avenue
Rooflna; OutUrm, and all klads of Jo
work dnnxat hn,tt nolle.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAEQCST VABIKTY STOCK IN TUS CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY OLOSK.
Corner or Bllnetenlis atretassl Com
H. M. HULKiN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
And Duler In
VE0ETA11LES. FRUITS, EOOS, LARD
FRESH HUri'ER, ETC.
t?A110ood warranted fresh, and sole!
at the lowest prices.
Corner 0th St. andCommorclalAve.
OROCXB1M BITAILED AT WHOLESALE
PRICKS FOB CASU.
AT H. C. THIELECKE S STORE
WASHINGTON AVXNtlK, DKTWKKN TCNTII
AND XLKVSNTU MTUKIT8.
SO Its. dry Cub Sugar for - - .$50
9 " ... i 00
bj ids. A coUee Sugar, . V. bid. - 1 00
4 " Prime Rio CotTeu for - - 1 0C
3J Choice " - - 1 OC
3 11 Old Government Java - 1 0C
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new and full woight given. Call
WIN KM AN IS I.IIAOUHSI.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, kftp conxlantly on liand a moat 0'jln
ilel stock of
SOOTCU AND IltlKU WU18KIKB
J I N H,
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Wines
RJHYTH A CO. selTrielUKlielr for ch,to
i, which fMt thev Invito th vapnclal ti-u-Hon
f flop bargain hnycri.
F. M. STOUKFLUT11,
scocsMoa o routs a STOcsn.nu
HsMtUfyrr itmt M'tiolele llenlrr lu
sVorlK ssssd Uoiooalln
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Lxvxe,
Kkecpion hand conntsctljr a lull stork a
via nvaiucBT uouruon, iivu soil .Jononia
wnisaiss, rrenon urinmos, uni and fl
icisi viitiHativ! riciiwii oissii
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
W, Di BBXrOBD, .... Praprlet 'V
Cob. Ohio Lbtkc A Second St.
HAVE BEEUT SOLD
They havo Klven
. They hate done
MORE & BETTER WORK
Are Mora Easily sold,
Paying a Rotter Profit to tho Dealer
CHEAPER TO USE
Than any Conking Stovo
IIST TUB MARKET
SOLI) 11 Y
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO
Wholealc tlcalcri In all Mud ot
TINNERS' S T O C K.
AND 11V ALL
LIVE STOVE DEALERS,
C. W. II ENDERSON,
100 Commercial avc, CAIRO, ILLS.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
131 TINTS BTRBXT,
DottM, ItMts, BllHda. ossldlstst.
Kave Ostttera, (wood) Window ssssd Door
rramra, flooring, Latti,
HtUnstleo. UUaed Hstata, Glaaed Udo
UbU, Ulaaed Traasonu,
Hstah WeltrhU, Nssab Pnlllea asid O
Blind Famsessisssro. BooflaisT
rail. ssooBsss; Ccssssat, Plaatorlss
Puprr, Cstrpct Tell. Wklto
lstd, UbsbshI Oil. Asaorlesua Wladoss
Olsusa, Ksssllals ssadrrossets
PUte Ulstsus, Putty, aistsder'a Potssta
Hower I'lpeo Pnlesst CIsIbsbcjsii
Etc., Kto., Ks.
AOFNT8 (or Rock RUei Purer ComptB'
HheathlVR Felt and qurliCciuont
II. W John's Ioiirovid Uoottnc alwars ea
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o uiery ilmcrlptlon,
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAK POSTb
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Steamboat L u m 11 k r,
Kurnlshsd uu mrlriit nullc.
Comuiercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sta.,
SAVE TIME AKD MONEY I
Ily letting your wants he known ut the
Ilasemcnt No. 70 Ohio Levee.
If von want employment, en to the OlUcc :
If you want help of any demrlptioo, iro lo
tho Office ; If you want to huy or sell any
artlelo.co to IhoOlllce; wheruynucun leain
who will mcII or who will huy, or who will
hire, or who will work. Cull In und leine
'our wants aim omeis .tow, ior "nine is
to ard D(tn
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN aud OUNAMKNTA L
QRAIN1NQ AND MAItHLIWU
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDINO
in every sty l, plln nd ornamental.
ParticuUir attention Paid to Uluss Glldlns
Orders solicited for Scenery, Kresooo and
FANCY GLA83 8HOW CARPS
Gilt, plain and ornamental, All work
trvtta to my car will ba protniuiy sl
tsnded to. Shop in Perry House, comer I
CoasaureUl avenue suia KhthUt street.
t 4 . i s
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is pup. el ta
ii'i-.v 'i n
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDKltS lelt nt iialll.l.ny liros. olllce. 7
O'lio LKVfiK.oratthe foal Yard helow the
?. ''r, ,'lolel, will receive prompt atten
tion. I he '1 L'd -ilo.N tauk" will bnnir ..oal
InnKsfilc to Ktemiei at any hour.
TO TEC IE PUBEIC.
AtitlelpatiiiK a decline in prices of
ot all Vlnils ami dcklrous that our cus
tomers should know we are determined
to carry out our promises of cheap priming
we reel It our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
hchcvinir that a steady Increase of business
will he an equivalent.
With our long experlenoo In business and
together with our advantages la tho
purchsMi and selection of stock, out
customers may rost imnurcd we will try
to merit a continuance ot their very liberal
patronage. We Invite your attention to the
following revised lint ot
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on good 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size peril 4 MHoO 00. Korothcr
qilulltles add the difference In the cost of the
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or same ijualltyot
Polio Post, peril H OutoO 00 j per one-half
M 92 W to a CO,
POSTE S S
full sheet, halfsheet, o.usrtcr sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth sheet at from sU 00 to
20 00 per 31.
Ily a cartful examination oi the above list
our palroua will tiud that our
per M 95 00to7 00, according to site and
quality or paper; perone-halfM $3 OOtot 00.
on ordinary size per M 94 00to5 50, accord
ing to htyle aud quality. Commercial per M
94 ootor 50.
per M. according to size and weight, 98 OOto
7 00; per one-hair M, according to size and
weight, 9.1 OOto 00.
peril 9.1 00to4 00, accortllng to order.
timlnhcd retail at wholesale prices, chai ge
or printing, 91 00to2 60 per it.
PBICES ABS LOWER
than those ol any establishment ol the kind
lu St. Louts, Cincinnati or Chicago.
lluslness men will And the Bulletin the
bent advertising medium lu Southern Illi
nois. OTTIR -WEEKLY
(sheet 20x40. 8 columns) Is furnished to sub
scribers at the low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and uow has a larger subscription list in
.Southern Illinois, Missouri aud Kentucky
than any paper ever before published in
Cairo, azX new clubs aro coming in every
HOME TIRz-AJDEI I
J. C. HUELS ,
Lato of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Comer Twelfth street aud Commercial Ave.
BLANK HOOKS of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
pntlnir ilmin ut fcliort tintli.M 1tll.l
Magazines and Periodicals bound neat and
at tuu lowest po.siuie rates,
nadt to order, 1144 tf.
swesi porsiuie rates,
tv work, such a Records, Dockets,
oks, Ul.nks. etc., nude a ipecUMty'
s, Pocket Books,. lUvsleMs. etc.,