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ASOAI.ON' I.ODHK, NO. SI.
Knlitlit of Pyttilm. mci ti every Krl-
uav'DiK'U "I nan-pan nen, in uun
J CHOWS' 11.111 .IMO. II lilHA.1,
AI.KXANDKK I.ODHK, HO. Ml.
Independent Oruir or umi-rei-i
lows, meet cury 'llmrsdaY night
hi liulr.i.n.i i. if n. In their hall ou
Commercial avinuc. I.i-nvxii nlxth nnJ feventh
treeti. T J Ktl,T,,i N'
1AIKO K.NOAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. K.. '
yln odd-Fellows' Hall on the lint ami lltlrtt
(tit-adit Ini'vrry month, nlhair-lmsliievrn
.10. II. OIIKIU.Y, C. I.
OAlltOJ.ODOi:, K0.237,A.K. A A. M.
Iloltl reirul.ir communication", in ma
sonic Hull, corner luiinctrial avwiue
Un.i I'.ivhifi Mtivt. on the "vond and
oiirtli Momlav ol each month.
'or! roll flliit'i'H.'
This! Ha new style of picture now be
ing produced by Vm. Winter, the nrtUt,
o( thlsclty. These pictures are cteatlnj,'
inucli Interest In all the principal Eastern
mill Western cltlc,belnj:iillo;jcltier new.
'I'liey are unlike photographs, beinj:
raised and beautifully enameled over the
entire Mirlacc, sua In tone, but distinct In
tliellj!htaudslmd". No olio who ws
them full toadmlni them, or to fihu the
artIM an order. Wu have liven cliown a
number of pictures of well-known ladles
and tfenllenien of the city, and have no
hesitation In prnnoiitichu: them perfectly
splendid. We would therelore advise all
who take Interest In such matters or de
Ma' picture.", to call upon Mr. Winter at
hH gallery anil examine hH work in tlii.4
new branch or the shadow-rapturlng nrt.
Won't 1'urtcrt I
I f you want tinware, stovefietc.,tliat A.
llalley ha changed bin place of biiMness
and can now be found at ll." Coininercial
avenue, next door to the Arab engine
house, where, he will be .pleaded to rco
jott and give you bargain a of old.
lleni t'IrHiiril, "
Per-ons having oUterns needing putni
Ing out and repairing can have It done
promptly and at prices to unit Uie times,
by ealliug on .1. S. Hawkins Co's s treet.
I hayo a man and pump employed all the
time for the purpose. U-lO-lf.
Kverjbody to know that the place to Kt
A Miioolh khtre,
A (food shampoo.
A Uflilonable hair-cut,
Or anything to tbt Hoe,
Is at the Ouanii Cbmiui. ll.u:nr.it
'llur, corner Kightli anil Conimcrtial.
Iltf-U J. UKOtiOK STKINIIOtsE.
$3T Dr. Sherman, the groat Special
ist, WJ North Sixth street, has trained an
enviable reputation hi the speedy manner
In which he treats ull chronic dlsca-cs.
See advertisement for bit great Syphilitic
Eradicator, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. u-16-lyr.
Ti Ull rriute.
Choice line or eoilee and sugar Jnt In,
at the New York Store.
Inlrrnl on l)'iiuif ,
The Alexander County Hanktcill jwy Of
"trrett on dtpositX.in the nwingytlepn'-i'
tnent. -'. 10-S-lm
A. llalley iyw it-moved to bis new
store room, li&Cciniuicielal avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine home, where lie will be
plea'ed to sec all hH old customer and
as many new one. 0-:50-tl
Nolln- or llrmm at.
C. Koch has removed hU boot and
shoe Miop from the old stand to his
new brick biilldlnj,' (ono block below).
No. W) Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where ho will
keep the bet homo made and St. I.oul
ciutotn made boots and shoes niadii of
the be-t material ; 'ood workmaii'-hlp
and in the latest styles All orders
promptly attended to. !t-'i:l-ll.
To tilt' 'lll'iix uf rnlrti.
1 would Inform my many friends, that 1
am still In the auction business, and ready
to attend to all sales that may oiler. My
Inni? cxnerlenco In this blNno needs no
comment UN no experiment on my pari,
and parties entrutiii2 cooiln to my euro
need not be iifralu, a I am no vmtb'' or
nolce In this business
Special attention ulveu to roal eilatu snd
oul-door sales, as I hvo nover ml iicd uiak-
iiil' a sale. I. IIaktmas, Auctioneer.
(jorncr Sixth street and Commercial Av.
A X. 1 I. ii u miry.
It la now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
tho laundress No. li Fourth street, be.
tween WaslihiKton .t ConmicrcUl avenues,
lmsnneof the best conuucteu laundry is-
tabllshmenH in tho city, and landlord ol
hotoli and hoarding Uoiues nill llml It to
their sdvantaKo to call upon her.
ller prices are as lollowsi Hotel and
uoardltiK-liouso wa-hlnj:, 7."i cents per
.ln?rn. Kol nlcco work prices aro
us ollow: Sliiglo shirt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen 60c; socks no; two col
lars,6c;tvo handkerchiefs Be; vests i!0e
and all Hontlomen's wear, SOe. per
dozen. Ladles' dressca, 2S to 60e
.viria in iii inc.: drawnrs 10 to 16c: two
Enii..'J -' i
pair hoso Be; two collars B to 10c. For la.
dies' nlaln clothes $1 CO per dozen; lor !
.Una linn nlnllmB. St ''.') HCT dOZCll! (lOIIU
ilrunntlv. and nroiuntlV delivered. Fa
g...j 9 ! .
iron ay o solicited S-31-lm
A fine Nlurk.
Win. Elders desires to Inform hU pat
i ons iind tho publle generally, that ho lias
now on hand it lnre stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, tor store, ami
olllco wear, the llnest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots; and for farmers,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands ubove anything ever
offered In this market. Hie Lasts aro of
tho latest styles, and ho can guarantco a
tit and satlsfatlon to nil his patrons.
Amber and White rap stock
envelopes at tlio IIuli.kti.v olllee, printed
$3 50 and $i 00 per M.
Cure Your Home.
Epizootic powders lor horses and
unties sure cure for sale by M. J. Mc
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hals, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
I Kli. WALIJKK iu receiving dally u
1 largo ana aplcndld atock or oods,
unit la dntnrtnlncd to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
lln Is renolvod to kIvo thH very b-at
uoodn for the vary lowest prlcea. Call
und ae for youraolvc
Corner Sixth Street and Ohio
IIATi:.H of AltVKKI'INIMJ.
E3-A11 bills for H'lri'MliInK, are dur and .uy-
lilc is ahvack
Iruntivnt adrertlsini; will te lnerlfd nt tlis
rule of II 10 rUari- fortlie Unit insrrllon
und &) nls for nidi ub'fUtnt one. A lllx rul
llsoMintwill bciaidc nn tandln(( and display
IachI notiO'S, biulnen or otherwlic, will lie
rhsrt;l ten cents jurr line fur the llret and live
cents fur each additional lnrrtiun, (coimtlliK
lite Hum und npirard) a discount will be made
after tlilnl Insertion
Church, Society, Festhal and SiuiKT notices
will only be Inserted as udvertlserneiits.
I'or Inserting Funeral notice l to. Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders Wi cu.ts for
No adreitlernent will ! rcceiwl at es than
J'lIUIlSDAV, NOVIJMIJKIt I, 1875.
I.urnl M'enllirr Keporl.
C'Aino, 111., Nor
Wind, j Vil.
41 I V.
S I I
Poultry l plenty In the market.
Attend the Pre-byterian parlor con
cert this evening.
The friends ol Heslnp, In this city,
re in mourulup.
Cotton In large quantities Is now be
ing shipped through this city.
The levee Is to be built, and yet many
I our people are not happy.
Choice cranberries at the New
Captain .limn II. I'lilllis, we regret to
nforin our readers, is still very 111.
I'he I'm Mi school Is -oon to betaken
tt charge by a brother of the l'ev. Mr.
-rO.-ear I.. Van Crebon, a prominent
gentleman of New Orleans, was at the
.3t. Charles ye'tertlay.
The pollco courts were very quiet
cMcrday. Neither or the magistrates
did any buMness of Importance.
IJuliiess at the St. Charles Hotel is
reviving. There were forty-two arrivals
at this hoii'c on Tuesday.
Cole's New Vork and New Orleans
ircu and tuenngcrle will visit Cairo on
the 12th ol thW month.
It Is said that the beggers and strag
glers, who now Infest this city, all camp
in a body aboe town every night.
E. F. Wills, E-ij., ot New ork city.
was among the prominent arrivals at the
St. Chillies Hotel yesterday.
The city clerk advertises to-day for
proposals to tjulld the new levee. Con
tractors should make a'uote ol It.
The wedding of James Cheney and
Miss Mary Smith takes place at the
Hough and Heady Hall to-night.
Major II, Jasper, n prominent coin-
inl-Mon merchant of New Orleans, was
regUtered at the St. Charles yeterd-iy.
We understand that several blooming
laes of Jouesboro will attend the party
nt the St. Charles to-morrow night.
Mr. A. II. Saflbrd, Judge nird.and Mr.
John 11. Oherlv paid tho public school
of this city a visit yesterday afternoon.
Nutting parties are all the go in
Cairo. Ladles and gentlemen who Iind
pleasure In these excursions go out dally.
We aru Informed by Sol Silver that
the Hutchinson family, the great singers,
will pay Cairo n visit some time this
The audience at Frof. Alvord'slec
ttiro on Tuesday evening wero all highly
pleased with the organ solo played by
It Is said that there was not much
work done for the candidates on Tttes
dav, but that a great deal was done
against several ol' them.
Summons completely swallowed
Marehlldon hi the race for county com
missioner, on Tuesday. Marehlldon got
but one hundred and one votes In the
The Alexnuiler County Ilnuk will
liny Intereal uu ilejiostu in the miiv
Chief of Police Gorman will
to-day taku Qulnn, Wildcat and
Hlitck Archie out of their quarters iu tho
county Jail, and give them a stay of exe
cution, provided they will leave town.
The remains of the late John Marnel
will be burled nt Hciiclt Grove cemetery
to-tlny. The funeral services will bo held
at the Catholic church at twelve o'clock.
A special train will leave for the place of
Interment at 1 o'clock,
The leveo question has been settled,
although, it Is said, not to the satisfaction
of everybody. At tlio meeting Tuesday
night, the council concluded to build the
levee, and Instructed (he clerk to adver
tise tor bids for bulldlnp tlio satuo. Work
Is to bu begun Immediately,
Mr. William Kluge Is now finishing
his brick building nt the corner of Sixth
street und Commercial nventio. The
large hall w the third story of tho build-
lug Is being lilted up as a dancing lint).
It will be very comfortable and cheerful
The Hon. William Hart.ell mid
Mayor Winter took it trip to Vienna,
Johnson county, yesterday. They re
turned last night.
Another parly or emigrants hailing
Iroin the North, took pa-ngc on the St.
Louis, Iron Mountain it Southern rail
road from this city yesterday nfternoon
for HedforJ, Arkansas.
At a meeting of the Odd Fellows,
held ou Tuesday night, a committee was
appointed to make preparations for a so
ciable to he held hi their hall some time
during the next two weeks.
No more pulling and blowing of en
gines ou Commercial avenue, between
the hours of seven o'clock In the nioni
ing and six In the evening. The Coun
cil won't have It any more,
.fudge llross will bring a number ol
the keepers of houses of Ill-fame to grief
iu Hie county court next week. He has
a largo number of these ea-es to look
after, which were certified down from
the circuit court.
Tho intt'le nt the parlor concert t6 be
given by the ladles of the Presbyterian
church, at the rcldcuce of Mr. and .Mrs.
S. P. Wheeler this evening, will be very
choice. A number of tho best singers In
the elty will take part In tin: concert.
A party of hunters, from the vicinity
of Chicago, headed by Col. J. Hilling,
passed through this city yesterday for
the hunting regions about Dexter, Mis
souri, where Ihey will take their annual
The Iloatlng Club have been making
nn effort for the last week to get out for
a row, but owing to the Indisposition of
their captain, who Is down with chllN
and fever, they have been unable to do
The city clerk has been instructed to
advertise for bids for building the new
levee. Hids will be received until the
!lth of this month, when the contract
will be awarded to the man who will do
the work for the least money.
Vcsterday about 1 o'clock, a colored
man named John Harris and a white
man got into an altercation at the corner
of Sixth street and Commercial avenue.,
The white man, whose name we could
not learn, struck Harris in the leg with a
pen-knife, but before any further injury
was done the men were separated.
Patrick McGee was arrested ou Tues
day night by Olllcer Sargent lor being
drunk, and lodged hi the calaboose until
yesterday afternoon. He wa then taken
out and given a trial by Judge llird and
lined two dollars and costs. He was
returned to the jail, where he will re
main for three days.
Mr. Charles A. Damon, traveling
agent and correspondent of the St. Louis
Globe-Dtmocrat Is In the elty. Ho will
adl upon our bii-iuess incii. If he asks
them to subscribe, we hope they will
gratify him ; but If he solicits job print
ing, we are sure they ought to say to
him : "Nay," and send their orders to
the IIum.utin olllee.
From present indications, the party
to be given by the young men at the St.
Charles hotel on Friday evening, prom
Ises to be a big and very pleasant affair.
Quite a number or Invitations have been
sent to tlie friends and acquaintances or
be managers outside or Cairo, which
will, it is said, bring several couple or
the popular young ladles and gentlemen
from Jone.-boro and Mound City.
lieeve, the celebrated cud man, made
a strong run in the city for treasurer on
Tuesday. He left the city with a major
ity Of twenty-eight over llely and twen
ty-two over Itedman, while llarrell was
completely out of the race, ft Is the
opinion of many that Ifeeve will be de
feated by both Kedinan and llely,
through the county, while others think
that llely will come out of the contest
ahead of the party.
At the meeting of the council held on
Tuesday evening, that body passed an
ordinance prohibiting tho Cairo & Vln-
ceiincs railroad company from running
an eii'dne over that portion ol their
track between Twentieth and Second
streets, between the hours ot 7 a. in. and
0 p. tn,, the penaltv for each and every
violation of the ordinance being not less
than ilfty nor more than two hundred
On election day, while Constable
John Gladney wa engaged In pointing
out to the colored eltlzeus why they
should east their ballots for lleere, some
one slipped a piece of red cloth Into his
coat pocket, In which was wrapped three
small L'old shirt studs and a collar but
ton. The studs have the letter "G" on
each of them, and are thought by Mr
Gladney to be stolen property. The
owner can get them by calling upon the
The fourth lecture of the Ladies' Li
hrary Association course was delivered
at the Methodist church on Tuesday
evening by Prof. Alvord. Tho snhlect
of the lecture was "Telegraphy." The
Professor gave a brier history of tho va
rious methods of telegraphing used by
different peoples of the world down to
tlio period ot tho Introduction ot the elec
tric telegraph ; he gave an Instructive nc
cotint of this discovery and spoke In elo
quent language of the revolution which
It caused iu the business, scientific and
literary world. The lecture throughout
was extremely Interesting and Instruc
tive, and was listened to by n very appre
Wo miss him. Ho has removed from
near us, and now will never again, in the
nlglit time, mako our sad soul ghtd with
the delightfully peculiar mournful music
lio was wont to manufacture In ho room
Inhabited by htm so blissfully beneath
our editorial den. Almost every evening,
after supper, when weary with tho Intel
lectual work of mastering u chapter or a
serial story, ho would taku his lluto aud
blow on It, until, ns Copperlttld said of
Mr. Moll, wo almost thought ho would
gradually blow his whole being Into tho
large holo nt the top, nnd ooze nway at
tho keys, But ho didn't. Enough of him
remained to remove, with his flute, to
another part of tho city. Wo shall never
hear, blowing upon n tlute, his mournful
like again. In which assurance we rest
content, thankful to the Lord for his
kindness In giving us the opportunity to
truthfully mako this casual remark.
We clip front the Vlnceniics Sun of
recent date the following: "Hev. Dr.
Thayer, of this city. Is now gathering
tin; matctlal and preparing a lecture upon
the 'Great Centennial Exposition,'
whero the Nations of the earth will dis
play the richest products of their realm".
The lecture will show the plan ol opera
tions, nature, extent, variety, resources
and splendors or that greatest or the
world's expositions. The facts given
will lie or the most Interesting character,
exhibiting clearly the Immensity nml
grandeur of the American Exposition.
As an orator nd lecturer, Dr. Thayer
stands second to none In this State, and
we arc glad to know that he has entered
Into the centennial cause, as ho can be or
Inestimable benefit to It. Dr. Thayer
docs not propose to deliver this lecture
ut Vlucciiucs only, but In different parts
or this State and others. Wo are sure
that his many admirers in this city will
await with Impatience the completion of
the lecture, and long to hear Its delivery.
We have not been advised yet as to the
date of the lecture, but It will be duly nil
notniced." I r. Thayer has a large num
ber of friend hi tills city. Cannot they In
duce the gentleman to deliver the lecture
I'AHTICUI.AIl XOTIt i:.
We aro now putting Into THE 1IUL
LETIN OFFICE a new boiler, and pre
paring to also put Into it n'tc prt tnu
chinery. Until this work Is done (for about ten
days), we will have to labor at a great
disadvantage. Therefore, we ask our
patrons to be satlslled, for the tltno be
ing, with the best wo can do under the
When we shall have completed the im
provements we arc now at work upon,
and have In contemplation, THE HUL
LETIN OFFICE will be, without doubt,
the mott complete printing office in the i'et
outside of the great cities, and will
be as well prepared as any otllce In the
whole country to do the kinds of print
ing demanded by this community.
THE 15CLLETIN has labored, during
many years, in the Interest ot Cairo aud
Southern Illinois, and has done so with
out fear or favor, it has never, for an
Instant, truckled to any ring or clique,
but has, even at the sacrlllce of much
patronage, advocated every enterprise of
importance to the city's weal. It there
fore deserves well of the pooplo of Cairo
and Egypt, and Is confident that It will
receive the patronage or Its old and of
many new iriend. Circulating as it
does, Iu its daily aud weekly editions,
through the city into the house of every
reader In Cairo and through most of the
counties ot Southern Illinois,
Mississippi county, Missouri, and
Uallard county, Kentucky. It fur
nishes to the business men who wish to
sell In this part of the Mississippi Valley
valuable advertising medium.
To our business men, and the public
generally, we aro prepared to oiler Tin:
GltKATK.sT IIAlKiAINS I.V Jotl PltlNTI.Mi.
With new type, and the best presses run
by steam, we are enabled to do work
neatly anil promptly, ami nt tower prices
than any overprinting ojfcc in the Miisii
Connected with our olllee is a complete
HOOK HINDEUV, In which all kinds of
Hinding and Hilling arc done, in the hot
style at tho lowest llgurcs.
C.wito Hum.ktix Company.
We bare this day sold to Mr. Louis II.
Jlyers our entire stock of groceries and
provisions. Ho will continue the busi
ness nt the old stand, Xo. 113 Commer
cial avenue, and wo would heartily rec
ommend him to all of our old customers
both in town and iu the adjoining
country. Stj:wart& White.
Cuito, III., Oct. 2Stli, 1S75.
Having pttrehasal the stock of Messrs.
Stewart & Wlilte,t is my purpose to
replenish It at once ; anil with a complete
n-ortinent of staple and laney groceries
1 hope to recelyu a liberal share of public
patronage. Louis H. Mykks.
1 0-110-1 w ,
l'nuiri'N(.-l Vensl .Nollre.
1 have this day secured tho sole agency
for the sale or Gall, Fleischman &
Company's compressed yeast, either
wholesele or retail. Dealers can
Miniillcd at any and all
times by culling on inc. This Is the only
ast of the kind In market that is gen-
Imp. w. L. Bristol. ; iugiiiu sireei.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 25, 1875. 10-2S-lni.
ltrutl ! Kenil !
Look at these prices, offered by O. Hay
timm .fc Co.. for lu nays, vt k mkan nua-
lini'i'm.u.' sivlu Alexis ties S 1 00
Good Winter Boots... 2 00
Custom-made wan uoots.... j
Youths' Good Calf Boots ....... 2 00
Men's Custom-made Calf Boots... 5 00
300 eaes Boots und Shoes at astoulsh
lugly low prices wholesale- and retail.
O. IIavtiioiix & Co.,
101 Commercial Avenue,
10-20-10t. Cairo, Illinois.
To runner nl rmlt Grower.
Wo wish to lulorm tlio farmers and
Irult growers of Pulaski and Alexander
counties, that wo have ou hand nt our
kilns about live thousand wngon loads of
llmo slacked by tho past damp season.
Wo will furnish It free to all lor putting
m land or around fruit trees ; for other
purposes 10 cents per bushel ; till we nslc
Is that parties using it. wr iigiiuumiru
- t n .1...
imi noses will idcaso advise us of tho r-1
suits to trees nnd land. Very respcctftilly
Ui.mn Limb and Hock Co.
Once more Belches Forth its Firey
to mina mat
FARMER, THE CLOTHIER,
Is Once More in ' the Field to tell all Clothing -Butters that they
are still buying
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of the Best Style,
No goodsHhat smell of powder of the war of 1812 ; goods well made
and sponged, only for sale fits guaranteed, as we are already known for
such. Others fight competition of that kind with "shoddy" goods, made
by second hand dealers. Keep your eyes open. Listen to no stories that
sound like "soft soap," as it's a very poor merchant that cannot defend
his own business.
A trial if? what wo ask to mako customers out of you all. Wo don't ask your patronage on account of bo
ing "friends" or old Cairoftcs (as wo bavo boon known boro lo I theso many years) but to save you tho
almighty dollar. The timo for paying for friendship is gone. Our stock of Pin Uuderwcar, the largest
in tho city, at prices to suit all, wo mako war on high prices. ais Usual,
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Fiirins and 11,000 acres of
unimproved Lands In Alexander county.
-"Winter's Block" and "Winter's
A larye number ot desirable Hesl-
deuces, and excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses and resilience"!.
von HE XT.
-Winter's Block-suitable for Hotel,
Olllces or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1. 7, S ami 0, In
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), 12 u0 , rooms.
Store room in "I'llot House," lately
occupied Vy A. llalley.
A desirable Cottage on Popular
street, near Thirteenth street.
Upper lloor of building next to Coin
inercial (Waverly) hotel.
Two small Houses west of Twenty-
second street, near rine, 1 eacn per ,
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, for $12 per month.
Business house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cro, Cole
man A Co.
FOR LEASK OH SALE.
1 number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelftff ikeet, outside lire limits. Also
a large nimber of other Lots in dlllerent
Lands, hi tracts to suit, near Cairo.
l'ort I, lit.
Steamer .Tim FNlc, I'adtieah.
" B. II. Cooke, Evansvllle.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
" Susie Silver, SI. Louis.
Tow-boat Lioness, St. Louis.
" Bee and barges, Xew Orleans
Steamer Jim Flk, Padueali.
" B. II. Cooke, Evansvllle.'"
" City of Chester, Memphis.
Susie Silver, Xew Orleans.
Tow-boat Bee and barges, St. Lou!".
" Lioness, Louisville.
ItlVKIi, WCATI1KH AND MJSI.NKSS.
-The river lust evening was 5 feet ! 3-5
Inches on the gauge, having lallen 1 4-5
Inches dining the previous twenty-lour
-Tho weather was cloudy yesterday.
and a heavy rain set in towaril evening.
Business rather dull.
The Susie Silver was aground several
times coming out from St. Louis, and
adtled nothing here.
-The Lioness Is under orders from
Pittsburg to go to Louisville with n tow
of empty barges to meet a light tow that
Is coming out.
Capt. Poe, with his tow-boat A. J.
Baker, will probably engage with the St.
Bernard Coal Company to tow their coal
south, commencing next week.
Tho Chicago & Northwestern rail
road has a locomotive iu tho liver at
Clinton. Iowa, In sixteen feet of water,
nud have scut to the T.F.Eckert for a
diver to get it out.
Mr. Nick. W. Pennington, ol Kvans-
vllle. formerly of the Evansvllle Packet
Caiunany, is now chief clerk in the olllco
ot M. B. Goodrich, of the-Cairo nnd Vln-
cennes railroad, vice II. H. Miller re
WAIi Ull-AHTSIKJIT. IVB "KTOIIT, j
Nov. 3. 1H7.V t
For Haul or 'ne.
It is the desire of Mr. Edmund Huefner
to sell or lease tho Planters' House for
one year. This Is one of tho best paying
establishments iu Cairo, and l furnished
with tho lluet and best ncecommoda
tlons. For terms, apply to Mrs. Huer
uer, nt the Planters' House, Cairo, Ull-
A Mail Hun (Iter
To Cowperthwolt & Phillips to try those
Gold Buckle cigars.
Shawls nnd Cloaks of all the late
styles ranging from the cheapest to the
llnest. J. Burger & Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, and
are able to undersell any home In the
city. Call and be convinced.
Don't fall to see that handsome Hue
of Ladies' Ties and Hibbonsat J. Burger
Those who need winter boots should
call ou II. Jones, Commercial avenue.
His stock ot French and Domestic calf
skins Is the Ix'St lu the market.
Our Domestic Department Is complete
iu all Its details, and will be sold cheaper
than ever. J. Bukoku & Co.
For Embroideries jitd Laces, no to J.
Burger & Co.'s, Xo. 121 Commercial ave
nue. It. Jones, the Commercial avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair of boots to be found In the elty.
Ladles, misses and children's under
wear at very low prices at .1 Burger it
The finest stock of dress goods, con
sisting ot Casslmeres, Empress Cloths,
Diagonals, Mohairs, Poplins, at J. Bur
ger & Co.'s, 121 Commercial avenue.
For great bargains In Flannels, call
on J. Burger & Co. They have the best
assorted stock In the city, aud sell them
at astonishingly low prices.
It you want a good Ciistoni-inaiie
lady's or miss's shoo call on J. Burger
JSTTHE ALEXAXDEH COUNTY
BANK WILL PAY IXTEHEST OX
DEPOSITS IX THE SAVIXGS DE
PAHTMENT. J. Burger & Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and those contem
plating keeping house, to their large
stock of entirely new carpets und oil
cloths. This is their first season la that
line, and are confident of suiting all in
the latest designs.
For cork-soled boots or shoes, go to
H. Jones, the Commercial avenue boot
and shoe maker. He Is a ttrst-class work
man and never falls to please.
A very large assortment of German
town yarn, Bcrniah zephyrs, and every
article appertaining to this department
in all shades and colors, at J. Burger
Fine, neat and stylish box-toed
stitched boots and shoes are made
specialties by H. Jones, the Commercial
avenue boot and shoe manufacturer.
Give him a call.
J. Burger & Co. havo now on hand
the most elegant stock of 2 and 3 button
Kid Gloves ever brought to this city, and
aro determined to sell them at remark
ably low llgurcs.
A series of lectures under tho auspi
ces of the members of the Library Asso
ciation for the establishment of a public
library in Cairo, will bo held alter
nately at the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Chrlstaln churches. The following la
dles and eentleinen havo kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Nov. 2, Prof. G. O. Alvord.
" 0, Dr. G. G. Parker.
" 10, Dr. II. Wardner.
23, (To bo lilted).
" 20, Dr. Win. It. Smith.
Dec. 0, Miss Kato Thompson.
" 13, Hon. Win. 11. Green.
" 21, Mrs. G, G. Alvord.
O. C. E. Goss, Sec'y
By order of Executive Committee.
Mrs. M. SWANDER
U now receUhil.' a A and i ell selected
Btocu or -
PALL AND WINTER
At her stftud ou
fered at tlio lowest living jn
oiurclior uargaii r, are .V.r,', TrchMluil
?OT Xmplele; and -he s "";'' '
be HHiicmoiu uf "j
Ti. which hhe Invites Uicattc "VcU wh b
of tulro and vicinity. In tbU .
foiiud all the latest .tyW l at.. Uonui '
bens, Flowers and M'lilnrLV.0 slues iu
Flame and brines
A good olllee room, up stairs, over
Farnbaker's store, lately occupied by
Huse, Loouils it Co. Apply to
ll-2-.1t. H. Smvthk & Co.
Xfw Stent Mnrket.
Jacob Walters aud Chris Authus, two
ot our well-known butchers hara asso
ciated together aud under the tlrm name
of Jacob Wulters & Co., have opened a
meat market on the north side of Eighth
street, In Phil Howards old stand. This
will be n firstelass market in every re-
secf, as flic names oi the proprietor
guarantee a market where the choicest
ol cut meats, steaks, roasU of Leaf, mut
ton, pork and venison ; together with
sausage, bacon, etc., will be senred out
to customers iu a neat and satisfactory
nilmner. All their old friends or new ac
quaintances are Invited to call and see
The Dclmonlco Saloon, with ten-pin
alley, shooting gallery, and all fixtures
pertaining to the establishment, lor
terms of sale, apply to
10-20-tf Mns. A N.N IK Cot.nk.
Wo have now the agency for this yast,
the best In use, made by Tauszky & Co..
which we shall receive lresh dally by ex
press, wholesale and retail, at Now York
I hereby notify the business men of
this city, hiuI public nt large, that I will
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted hi my name, unless made by me
personally. Mns. Annir Covxk.
Xew cottage, 0 rooms, corner Seventh
and Walnut streets, occupied at pres
ent by Mr. Winter. Will be vacant on
Monday, Nov. 1. Kent $22 per month.
Apply ou Seventh, second door from
above house. 10-30-tf
Attention 1 Oenlem.
We have four dozen Imitation Ebony
Spraguo Can-Opeuer, taken for adver
tising, which we will sell at two dollars
per dozen. Inquire at Bulletin office.
Corn-ctcil dulljr by K. 31. Stearns. commlIon
merchant, Secretary or the Cairo Itotnl of
Flour, aeconllnir to grade
(.'.irn. mixetl. aiiokeil ...HH
..-. Wi 00
...... am on
J MX33 M
7 dV.i 10 l
n eus a s.i
, 2 uo
Corn, while, nauknl.
liruii, ler urn
Duller, choice Northern
llutter, choice Southern Illinois..
Chickend, per dozen
Turkeys, jwr dozen
Aptea, choice, per barrel .
Ajiiilci), common, rt barrel
l'olaloej. ner burn-l
Unions, inr barrel...
Notice to Contractors.
SEAIJUI bids will be rfcslved by the iiinlci.
sinned for the city of Cairo till A o'clock I',
m. .Tuesday, .Nov. nth. 1873, for the coii.liuc
tion ofabout onemlleor now lejco o be ocated
In the northern part of Hits city. BMs ' "
recetveil for-ec Inns of aw) feet or tor the total
work. The said levee will rciulre about 75,uw
cubic yards of earth, l'rollle, cross section and
.iKvluratlun will be stcn on und after 1 riday.
'..i.ii.iih.t the olllee ol Joan P. llely,
civil enKlneer. lu Wlujer's block. lToMsals .to
ue emiorneii "iv n or,-- mm ""-! 'i.
to me. fayineuts to lie made In cash . Ine city
council vc.erves urn rmiu io ; n ieci ,
bids. WM. fUKNClI AXLIA .
ItVl.td Cy Clerk.
lVC ALLAH AN HALL,
I SooflngandOuttoring a Specialty.
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