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I Jiniiieti itl uvilitlf, Ik twirl! sixth om' Pevcnlli
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1lfil KNCAMI'MKNT, I O. O. F..tiitil
. An O'I'MYllfiwV Hull oil the llrnt iiiui llilrcl
liii.tilii) In (.vry mouth, nt liair-iiHKt nuvin.
ilm II. OiiKtiLY, C. I'
A ( AIIIOI.OIXiK. NO.M7.A.K. A A. M.
Ari lint I rr.iil.ir riimliilllilrcitloll- III Ma
XjK iviiiir II. ill, wiimr (.oiniiit-rcial annuo
' 'nml l iclilli ulrnl, m hip mwinu hum
i 1 1 III .MomMV or trail Itiunui.
This it a new stylo of picture now be
lug prodtiml by Win, Winter, the artist,
of thlieity. Th"i picture, nre creating
lunch Intel n-t In nil tti principal Kii'tcrn
mill V-terii title-, being altogether new.
They lire unlike photograph, being
inled Mini beautifully cnameleil over the
entile surface, ofu in tone, but distinct In
the light and shade.". No one who fees
them falls tonihnlre them, or to give the
nrtlt un on it. r nave wen mown n
number ol jil iur. of well-known laUe
i-iiiil L'Hil emeu ol tin; city, and nave no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. We would then-lore ndvl-e all
who take Intel et In -uuh mature or tie
lre pictures, to call upon .Mr. Winter at
hi gallery Mini examine his work In llii
new branch of the shadow-enpturing art.
llun'l I'tirufl t
If yon want tinware, stove etc.that A.
Hull"' Iiim changed hit pine of biiine
anil can now be found at US Commercial
avenue, next door to the Arib engine
hou-e, where he will be pUwed to see
j on and give you bargain' a of old.
' si :-tr
l'cron having cUtem? needing pumjv
Ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices n suit the time,
by calling on .1. ri. Haw kins Cross -treel.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for the purpose. IMiS-tf.
t w:r)body to knov tlitt li pint to gel
A Miioulh lmc,
A 1 i-haiiipoo,
A fjhli liable halr-tn',
Or ail) thine b ttiat line,
l at Un- (SitAMi Ckstisai. llAititKit
llil', corner Kilith and Coiiiuii-rci.il.
)H.l( .1. (iKOKOK SiT KISllor.se.
CiST Or. Sherman, the gn-f.t Special
ist, SVJ North .SiMh street. ha gained an
enviable reputation In the speedy manner
In which he ticats all chronic dbcue.
S e advertisement for hi" great Syphilitic
Kradicator, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. 0-le-lyr.
To I lie I'rmte.
I holce line of collee and sugur jut in,
nt tlie N'ew Voik Store.
IllK-nst on l)i'pill.
The Ahratultr County lltnkvrill pay fn
tercJ on tirpwiU in the tarings ifVywr
It iiiii i tl.
A. Haliey has removeil to hh new
(torcrooni, 113 Comincrelal avenue, ojh
po'-lto W'lntei's HloeU, and mwt door to
the Arab engine hou-e, wlieie he will be
pleaed to cu all hi old customer and
ns many new one. !-!W)-tf
llll( f III III lllllMll
C. Koeh ha removed hN boot and
ihoe shop from the old stand to hi
new brick building (one block below).
Xo. liO CommerciHl avenue, U'tweeii
I-ilth and Sixth Mteets where he will
knp tht I'C.-t h(u;e made mid St. I.oui
custom made boots and liii', made of
the Ik -t material ; good workman-hip
and in the late-t nyle--. All order?
promptly attended to. t-'J:t-tl.
To I llf i'ltl.cll-. ol i'lilro.
1 would Indinn my many fricmU', lint 1
am rti 1 1 in llic aui-tfou liu-iiif?, iiinl rrjil)
ti) attend to all ?:! that nu ollrr. My
iony cxpciiciico in tliis liulncj mctl, no
coinincnt I U nn tspcrimcM on my pari,
uud ii.irticn entriihtlug Roods to ni) circ
need noi be afialu, at I am no 'viuili'' ir
novlci- In tli builiif!".
Spicial attention i;lveu to reulctatu ntul
oul-iloor Mile, as I hie never uibsoil niak
injjamle. I) IIaiumaN, Aiictiyiietr.
Corner Sixth Mrtct and Commeri'lal A v.
A No. 1 l.iuiiulry .
It U now conccilcd that Mrt. Coleman,
tlio lauiidrei", .Ne. 12 l-'otirth hlreot, lit
tween W'.uhlnstnn A: Ciiuunercl il avenue,
has one of the liest conducted laundry !,
talilUUmciiU m tlio. city, and limllord ot
liotolt uml boarding Iiou-ch will llnd It to
their sdvantmio to call upon her.
iter prices urn us follows: Hotel ami,
lioanllng-lioiifc wa-hlti,', T.'t cents per i
dozen. Koi piece work prices nro j
as lollowit ShiKic i-hiit and col-,
lar, 10c; per dozen 60cj tock-i Be; two col- j
lars, 6c; two, liandl.erclilct", r; vciUs 'iOr,
and all gentlemen's wear, 80c, per
dozen. Ladies' drcs.'ce, 25 to Wic; 1
skirts 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to ltic; two
pair lieeo Cc; two collars 5 to K'c. Fer la-
dies' plain clotlies $1 00 per dozen; lor la-'
dies lino clothes, if 1 23 per dozen; done
ilramptly, and promptly dcliscreil. la
tronsgo roUcUed. S-Il'-lm
A Flue Much.
Win. r.hlers desires to Inform his pat
rons and the public generally, llml helms
now on hand n largo stoel; of French and
CJei man Calf, Kip mid .Morocco, and Is
prepared to mnutifaetinv, tor moio and
olllcn wear, tlio lluefct of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots ; uud fur fanncru,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
oll'civd In this market. 1 1 Is Lasts nro of
Ilm latest styles, and ho can guaranlco n
lit andbiitlsfatloii to all Ids patron.
jjQy'XX Amber and White rag stock
en velopcs at the. ltui.i.r.n.s' olllec, priuteii
$; 50 and gi 01 per 31.
Cure Your IIoi'nvn.
Kplzootlu powders tor hornes ami
mules biirc cure lor sale by M. .1. Mc
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
- i r
FALL AND WINTER
Hate, Caps, 33ootfj, Shoes.
I K1S. WATiDKK in rocclvlmr ilally a
I larjiu nna uplpiidtd stock of (itioJn,
ami in aoteriulneil to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Ho is rosolvod to irtvo tho vorv beat
couJh fur tlio vary lovuit prlceH. Call
una nru lor youiseivet
Coriior r.lrtb Strootauil Ohio
hah.s or Aiivr.ni ihinu.
Tl'AII lillti fr HilirrtUliU, alv dur iiim) iajr
Hl)f in AliVA.xir
I i-.itiIciil ii'ltritisltiK will )' Imrrtol nt thw
mli' of 1 r f iimti' Iur tliu 11 ret Inset tlon
mill .V'miU fur e.icli nli'iiciu otic. A II U nil
OUiviiiiit will In m i'l mi Maii'linu mnl illjil.iy
liral ii'itii-), lmiliicw or ollirrwlso, 111 tic
clurnnl ten ccnM tr line fur Hit- first iiikI Hie
rciitii fur imc'Ii uiMltlcmal iiiMTtlon, (ruiintlnK
Ihv lines ami iinTnl) n illtroiint will ! uuulf
uflrr llilnl iiifullon
('Imrcli, .Viclcty, I'mliml mid Supr nollrm
will only U- ln-4-il.nl m ii'luitl-tnicnU
lor liiK'illiis' runeral notice 81 '0. Notice of
initllMK' ofsoclt-tlM or secit;t orJfM unM fur
Su n'lmtir'nii'iit will lc irrHteil at lvit than
SA'l'l'I'DA V, NOVKMllIIit 0, 187S.
Local or Reading Notlc's, of
tU i lino or more, InnoituU
In the Uullatlu as lolluwu :
Ono Intuition pr Hum .. Id Ci.ntn.
Two insortlonK ptr Iiuh 16 Cents.
Thrco liisTtloim per lino 20 Cents,
islx ttisuitlous per lino . 2o Cunts.
"I wo woekj pr lino 116 Cents.
Onu month por lino 60 Cents.
iia itoaULtlon will be mauo in ubovu
I. mill tVritllicr Itrpurl.
Caiho.Ill., Kov .'..IsTS.
Tiul-. I Hah. I Tun.
M'inu I Vi:t.. I Wkatii.
7 u .in si.u
1 " yi.i , ft I
2 p.m. I y.i-il i 1i
Still another change in the weather.
Tim levee (jne-tlon ha- foiuewhat
And now the circiii and menagerie
has coueludtd not to call upoii
Master Ilarrv Candee celebrated hi-
llllh birtlHlay on Thursday atleruoon.
Cholco cranberries ill the New
Mr. Chmle- J. lirugton, of IloMon,
was at the St. Charle- ye;terday.
Ceorge W. 3uirph) of Chicinniiti,
Olilo, wiii rcirUtcrcd at tlio St. Charle-ye-lerday.
V. (.J. llrnnghlon, ol St. I.ouis. Mi-IM-iintendent
of the Cairo Short Line,
was in the city ye-terd.iy.
Tboiuin W. Stanley, ol London,
Kn;laud, was among the arrivals nt the
Si. Charles, ye-teiilay.
(Julie a number o( prominent inilroad
ollielaU honored Cairo with their pres
.luilge llird did unthlug hi the police
court yesterday. .Judge Hro-s-s i out of
the ( ity.
A gang i'f workmen spent yesterday
in cleaning out and repairing the mouth
of Ihu sewer on Twelflli htlci't.
The Ali'vniiili'i I'liiinl.v llmiK will
pay Inlcrexl on depusils In Hit- su.
iiiUN ili i.irliiii nl.
Mr. I.'obNou, night clerk at the St.
Charlie hotel, who has been 111 for the
past week, U able to be about again.
Carter, who ran lor county eomiul
floucr niralu-t Lewi-, hi I'ulaskl county,
at the election hut Tuc-day, was badly
The regular monthly sociable of the
members of the Church ol (he I'edecmer
will take place at tlie residence of l!ey.
Mr. Gilbert next Thuriday night.
Ir. 5. (i. Parker, we are told, will
not lecture befoie the Library A dela
tion next Tuesday night, a uu-iucs en
gagement prohibiting him.
Mr. . I. C. Tucker, of Chicago, gen
eral superintendent of the HlliioN Central
railroad, was hi tlie city yesterday. He
stopped at the SI. Charles.
The, members ot the Flsk theatrical
troupe, which collap-ed in this city,
li;ieall shaken the ilu-t ol Cairo from
their Icel ami lull tor parts unknown.
Mr. James Watson, who Is well anil
favorably known to many of our citizens,
is again among us. He has been up
pointed by the signal service authorities
at Washington to taku the place of Mr.
Jones, in tliN city.
The net proceeds of tho parlor con
cert at Mr. Wheeler's residence on Thurs
day evening, amounted to S'22 SO. Con
sidering the bad weather, tint managers
of the atlalf think they did exceedingly
Mr. Ituik, editor of the Helena, Ai
kausas, World, passed through this city
yesterday morning on his road home
from Kviuisvllle. Ho took a stroll about
tliu city, and dropped hi at tho Hum.i:-
It Is said that wo arc to have the
famed White and rurner combination hi
j Cairo hi a few weeks. This company Is
I noted throughout Dm United Stales for Its
excellence, and will make a hit when
they appear here.
. Idle a colored man named James
t Heeler was aiieiuptlng to part two
largo bull-dogs thai were lighting near
the corner ol fourteenth and Walnut
Hlrects. ycbtciday aficriioononu of thu
I brutes pounced upon uud bit lilui hi thu
I hand, hilllctlng a very painful uml ugly (
I Judge ISIrd ha been trying for a .
long lime to convince John Ohidney that
the colored people will dwell In harmony
with the w bites In due time, though at
present considerable animosity exlts be
tween the two races In certain localities',
flliuluey fay he don't believe anything
of the kind.
The Key. Mr. t.ilbcrt will deliver
n sermon at thuChiitvh ut tho licdeemer
to-morrow night on the "Popular Grill
clems of Clergymen's Sins." This sub
ject will m o.t assuredly draw out a large
congregation, as It Very evidently Im
plies that the Key. Mr. (illberl intends
Mr. II. F. Klake will hi a few days
begin furnishing Tinner Hall with gas
fixture. Wo arc Informed by this gen
tleman that lids c-lahlbliincut Is to be
lilted up lor the convenience ol home en
tertainments, and will bo furnidicd with
ftage. foot lights and all the necessaries
for making a first-class concert hall.
The lire In llrownV Hotel on Thurs
day was kindled by a couple of Utile
children. They began playing hi tho
upper story of the building wuh matches,
and set a bed on lire btlui. they got
through. The urchins wen. barely saved
lioui sull'ocntlou by a gentleman who dis
covered tlio lire from the oppo-lto side of
John Leach and Charley Mack, two
colored men living in the neighborhood
of the corall, hail a regular little encoun
ter yesterday morning, and battered each
other until they were thoroughly plajed
out. They had had some words about
a Job w hich both had bellied to do, but
for which Leach got all tho pay, and re
fused to share with his partner.
We are informed by Trea-urcr ltlako
that Cole's New Vork and New Orleans
circus and menagerie lias given up tho
idea of coming to Cairo, owing to tlie
expense they would have to incur in get
ting hcic. They claim that it would cost
them seven hundred dollars to come to
Cairo from their present stopping place,
(Jiilney. Illinois, and they have therefore
concluded to disband the company, and
winter their animals and stock in
Ninety-odd ladies and gentlemen
were in attendance at tlio parlor concert
at the re-ldcuce ot Mr. and .Mrs. S. I'.
Wheeler on Thursday evening. Tho
singing of the varioii- ladles uud gentle
men was very line, and tlio instrumental
music was al-o good, and imivcr-allv
praised. The recitation by Mis Cora
Stratton Hn excellent, and elicited up
plau-efrom the entire a-sembly. .Mr.-.
I.ausdeii, in con-iderallon of tlie lllnes-
ind absence of Mrs. Henry Halllday,
ang a very beautiful song, which was
highly praised, as are all her perform
ance. Much regret was cxprecd at tho
absence of the Mlj-es Vocuin. who were
al-o to have taken part In the entertain
ment, and who are elaed among the ac-compli-licd
pianists of our city.
lly if t'uli-o,
colored and varnl-hed, for falo at half
price ($2.30) at the Hi MxriJC olllec.
A champion-hip game of cards is
now being played in tills city between
four well known gcnikuieu, namely,
Maj. Morrill, of the Cairo it Vlneenne
railroad ; A. It. Sallord. of tlie First Nn.
tlonal bank ; II. II. Candee. of the insur
ance linn of Sallord, Morris & Candee,
and C. 11. Woodward, of tho Novelty
Iron Store. Tlie game is cticher. and Ihu
match i- to con-ist of u cries of live hun
dred game, Maj. Morrill and Mr. Sallord
playing agaiu-t Mr. Candee and Mr.
Woodward. Tho match was begun a
few evenings ago. the gentlemen playing
fifty games the Urst night and llfly the
second. They were to have met again
last evening for another bout. At the
clo-e of the two llr-t evening's playing,
Messrs. Candee and Woodward led their
opponent by a -core of sixty-three to
On their ramble about town yester
day morning, Sergeant. Woolen
ivnd Oillerr Sargent ran across
n man lying at the corner of
Fourth street and Commercial avenue,
wiio seemed to be soniewh n nut of his
mind from an overdoe of v liUky. lie
had lot his hat. and his p""kcts he
having evidently fallen a prey to'lileves
were all turned insldo out, and his money
all gone. He was taken In hand ami
given a resting place in the calaboose un
til yc-terday afternoon, when he was
taken before Judge ISird for nn examina
tion. When up before Ills Honor, he
gave his name as John Thompson, and
asserted that when he began lo drink he
had tllteen or.-lxteen dollar.- hi hi pocket,
and that ho had been robbed of it. Ho
was sent back to jail to remain for three
-Mr. James Cheney and Ml-s Mary
Smith were married at (lie house of
the bride, on Fourteenth street, at seven
o'clock on Thursday night. The mar
ilago ceremony was performed by Ju-tice
. Cuniings. No invited guests were
present at tlio ceremony, except tho rel
atives of the lnlile and groom. After the
ceremony had been performed, the brldo
and groom repaired to the Kough and
Heady hall whero a largo party of their
lady uud gentlemen Irlcud, to the num
ber of thirty couple, and F.i-enburg's
sti lug. as well as the Delta City Cornet
baud, were In waiting for tnein. After
the usual handshaking and ollcrlng of
congratulations, the dauco was com
menced anil kept up until eleven o'clock,
when Jiistl"o Comings afked the atten
tion of tho audience for a few moments
as liu had a tew words to say. Ho then
took from a small center table a beauti
ful silver water pitcher, a sliver syrup
emit and two elegant silver goblets,
which Jjo presented to tho Initio and
groom with tlio compliments of tho Delta
City Cornet baud, and best wishes for
their future happiness, Tho Delta Cor
nel baud then favored thu audience with
a biiiutllul piecewhen the dauco was
aiiidn icsiitucdiiiid can! til on until a
TURKEYS FOB ALL.
Two Ccopi to be Shot and KolleJ For.
(mini Tnicol Ntiniilliic nl flip lli'l.
iiiiiiiII'ii 'I IiIh Kteiiliitf.
Mike Coyne will lids evening offer Ids
ft lends a rarn chanco for fun. He has
purchased two coop? of line turkey ,
which will be put up and given to the
best target .shooters and trn-pln rollers,
lie will nlo set a flue lunch for tlio bene
fit f his patron, nil of whom ho cor
dially Invites to bo on hand punctually.
The fport will begin nt an early hour,
nnd everybody .should be on time.
For sale low two boat', one "0 feet
by JO, with good cabin ; the other a model
hull, with cabin.
.New llnrlii'r.Slni'i Xullee.
I would repcetlully inform thoelllaeus
of Cairn that I have opened a barbershop
on Ohio Levee, above F.ighth street, and
have established tlie following as my
prices: Cutting hair, 23c ; shampooing,
23c; .shaving, 10c. .will hold to these
prices for one month, ns an experiment.
('.mho, Nov. 0, 1373.
The linn of Parker & Cunningham Is
tills day dissolved by mutual consent.
Kithcr parly Is authorized to use the
name ot the firm In settlement of old
Dv.ts T. I'.MIKKII.
K. 11. CUNMMlllAM.
Paikei-itCo. will still con
business ns successors to tho
Oillce, 77 Olilo Lcvcc; ware-
street and Ohio
Cairo, III., Nov. 3, IS 13.
I'orl I. Int.
Steamer .Tim Fik, 1'adueah.
" City Vickfburg.st. I.ouis.
" St. Joseph. Memphis.
" Ked Cloud, hvansvlllc.
" Fanchou, Cincinnati.
" ( rand Tower, St. Louis.
" Mluneola, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat Mountain Oak, South.
'J lice and barges, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Fi-k, Paducah.
" Kobt. Voting. New Orleans,
lied Cloud. F.vansville.
" City Vicksburg, Vlcksburg.
" St. Joseph, St. Louis.
" Fauchon, New Orleans.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Mluneola, Memphis.
" Fannlo Tatum, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Mountain Oak, Ohio.
KIVKIt, WKATIlIUt AM) IIUSIXII-SS.
The river has been .stationary for the
t 'Jl hours.
Tho weather Is dear and cool.
The river below here is reported cut
ting out fat.
The crossing below Grcentleld's have
Capt. H. W. Dngan has returned
from his visit to the funny South.
Tho City of Vicksburg left here
drawing nearly six feet.
The KeifCInud brought about sixty
tows from Kvausvllle.
The S. II. Long ha cleared all the
snags out of the bends ns lar as the Mis
Tlie Fannie Tatum put Iter Vlcks
buig freight on tlie City of Vicksburg
and her Memphis freight on the Grand
The Pia-a had four coal barges of
coal raid a propeller aground opposite
Bird's house last evening. She Is going
to Cad-port to work on tlie Jetties.
We arc sorry to learn that Sergeant
Jones. I ho signal ollleerat this station,
lias been ordered to leave in. He takes
charge ol tlie station nt Dubuque, where
they ral-o lee and frozen no.es. Jtnt,
since the change lias occurred, we are
glad that Sergeant Jim Waton, who
used to be siatlontd here, has been or
dered bad; and lias already taken up his
re-idenco In our city.
We are Indebted to "Commodore lloll-Ing-pln"
for a copy of his almanac for
1-S73. Wo are glad to sie that each year
lids almanac improves in quality mid In
erenes in circulation, and hope It may
continue to do so. Tho Commodore Is a
river man, every inch, and publishes the
only river almanac, and j Ivor men
all are Interested In his suc
cess. The l!ol!ing-phi Department
ot tho pre-cnt number Is by the Commo
dore, and is peculiarly his own, but tho
almanac business, weather conjectures,
and an article on Meteorological Prind
plos.am by the already famous Profcsor
John II. Tlce, who-o addresss Is 1107 Lo
cust street, St. Louis, and, as the accu
racy of his calculations ha been etab
llshcd, tho almanac will bo found very
WAH DECAIItMUST I.'IVMI ItM-nill,
I.OUibN lllu ...
To I-nrmeiH uml I'mll tlrotveiu.
Wo wl.li to Inform the farmern nnd
Irull growers of l'ula-kl and Alexander
counties, that we havu on hand nt our
kilns about live thousand wagon loads of
Hum slacked by the past damp season.
Wo wHifurnl-hltfieutoall for putting
on laud or around fruit trees; for other
purposes 10 cents per bu-hol ; all we ask
Is that parlies ulng It for agricultural
purpoM-s will please advise us of the re
sults to trees and laud. Very respectfully
Uli.in Limi: asi Hock Co.
A .'Inn Him over
To Cowperlhwait & Phillip to try those
Gold IJucUk' cigars.
THE BIG GUN!
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
FARMER, THE CLOTHIER,
Is Once More in Jhe Field to tell all Clothing Buyers that thev
arc still buying
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of the Best Style.
No goods that 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.
, AJ.E't1 whitwo asktomnko customers out of you nil. We don't ask your patronngo on account of be
ing "friends" or old Cairoftes (ns wo hnvo boon known hero lo 1 ttaoso many ycnrn)-butto save you tho
nlmighty dollar. Tho timp for paying for friondship is gono. Our stock of Pino Uuderwcnr, the largest
in tho city, at prices to suit all. Wo make war on high prions. Ao Usual,
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and :i,000 acres of
unimproved hands In Alexander county.
"Winter's llloek" and "Winter"
A large number of desirable I.V.-I-
(K'lice;, ami excellent vacant Lot, suita
ble for bulness houses and residences.
-lluInes lioue on i.evee, near Sixth
treet, lately occupied bv Cro., Cole
man Sc Co.
-Winter's llloek- suitable for Hotel,
Oillce or Hulne.-s rooms cheap.
Teneiii'-nts numbered 1, 7, S and 0, in
Winter's ltow, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (comer), &12 i0 ( room-.
Cottajre on Sixth street, near Wash
ington nvenue 1 rooms.
Store room in "l'llot iIoue,'' lately
occupied by A. Haliey.
A desirable Cottage on
street, near Thirteenth street.
Upper floor of building next to Com
mercial (Waverly) hotel.
Two small lloti-es vet ofTuenty
second street, near 11 ne, SI each per
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, for $1:2 per month.
fou j hasp: ou sam-:.
V number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, out-ide lire limit. A No
a large number of other Lots in dlflcreiit
Land;, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Wo are now putting into TUP: lU.'L
LirnX OFFICII a new boiler, and pre
paring to also put Into it tw rs iwi
chinti'u. Until this work 1 done (for about ten
days), wo will have to labor at a great
diadvautagc. Therefore, we ak our
patrons tn be satNlled, for llic time be
ing, with the bet wo ean do under thu
When we -hall have completed thu im
provements we are now at work upon,
nnd have In contemplation, T1IK IM'L
Liri'LV OFFICE will be, without doubt,
tht iiio.it compute printing office in the West
outside of the great cities, and will
be as well prepared a any olllco in the
whole country to do the kind of print
ing demanded by this community.
THE ltULLP'.TIN has labored, during
many years, hi the luteret ot Cairo and
Southern Illinois, and has done so with
out fear or favor. It has never, for an
In-taut, truckled to any ring or clique,
hut has, even nl thu sacrilh-c of much
patronage, advocated every cnUrpii-u of
Importance to the city's weal. It there
fore deserves well of the people of Cairo
and Egypt, and is coulldcnt that It will
receive thu patronage of Its old and of
many new friend. Clreulitlng as It
does, In Its daily nnd weekly edition-,
through the city into thehouoot every
reader in Cairo and through inot of tho
eoiinlle ot Southern Illinois
Mississippi county. Missouri, and
Mallard enmity, Kentucky. It fur
nMies to the business men who wUh to
s-jII In this part of thu MUsls,Ippl Valley
a valuable adcerthing medium.
To our buslnes- men, ar.d thu public
generally, wo are prepared to oiler tiii:
oiii:.vn:sr ii.uiOAiNs in Jon I'iiixiinii.
With new type, and thu beat presses run
by steam, we nro enabled to do work
neatly and promptly, and ut lower price
Itun h,v otherpriiitinj ojfite in the .Uiiw
Connected with our ollleo Is n complete
HOOK IMNDEHV, in which all kinds of
mailing ami tilling are done, in tho best
stylo at tliu lowest figures.
C.viiio ltfixr.iiN COMI'ASV.
t'oiiiriHel Veant Xotlee,
I have this day secured Ihu sole agency
for tho sale of Gall, Flelseliiiuiu &
Company's compressed yeast, either
wholesclo or retail. Dealers eau
bu supplied at any ami nil
times by culling on me. This U tho only
yeast of thu kind lu market that Is gen
nine. W. L. Bristol, :U Eighth street.
Cairo. 111? , Oct. 23, 187 j. 10-28-1 in.
. LOCAL NOTICES.
Shawls and Cloaks of all the lalo
style ranging from the cheapest lo the
llucst. .1. Ilurger A Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, and
arc able to undersell any hou-e lu the
city. Call and be convinced.
Don't fall to km that haudome line
of Ladles' Ties and lilbbonsal.l. llurger
Those who need winter boots should
call on it. Jones, Commercial nvenue.
Ills stock ot I'rencli nnd Domestic ealf
skiu.s Is the bi';t In the market.
Our Domestic Department Is complete
in all Its details, and will be sold cheaper
than ever. .1. Hi-uoi-.u & Co.
For Fmbroiderle ..ml Lace., go to.l.
UiirgerA Co.', No. 121 Commercial ave
nue. 15. Jones, the Comincrelal avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair of boots to be found in tlie city.
Ladic, mises and children's under
wear at very low wrlees at J. Burger A
The finest stock of ilresa good, con
sisting of Cnssimcrc, I-hnpress Cloth,
Diagonal, Mohair., Poplin, at J. Bur
ger & Co.'.. 121 Commercial avenue.
P'or great bargains In Flannels call
on J. Burger & Co. They have thu best
asortcd stock In thu city, and sell them
at nstoiiMiiiigly low price..
II you want a good Custom-made
lady's or ml's shoo call on J. Burger
E3TTI1E ALEXANDER COUNTY
I BANK WILL PAY INTKIiEST ON
: DEPOSITS IN THE SAVINGS DPI-
J. Burger & Co. call especial atten
' tlon of housekeepers and lhou content
. plating keeping hou-e, to their largo
! stock of entirely new carpet and oil
cloth. This is their first season l.i that
line, ami are confident of suiting nil lu
I thu latet designs.
; P'or eork-ioicii boots or shoes, go to
11. Jones, the Commercial avenue boot
I and shoe maker, lie Is n rtrst-elass woik-
' mail ami never falls to plea-e.
A very large usortinunt ol'Uenuaii-
1 town yarn, ltcrinah zephyr., and every
I article appertaining to this ilepartmi'iit
In nl! shade and colors, nt J. Burger cc
' Flue, neat and styll-h box-toed
I stitched boots and hoes are inado
, .specialties by li. June, the Commciclal
avenue boot and shoe inauufitctiirer.
(live him n call.
j J. Burger it Co. have now on hand
I thtt-inost elegant stock of 2 and 11 button
, Kid Gloves ever brought to this city, and
aru determined to -ell them at remark
ably low figures.
j A series of lectures under tliu auspi
ces of thu members of thu Library Asso
ciation for tliu establishment of a public
; library In Cairo, will bu held nltcr-
uately at the Presbyterian, Methodist and
1 Chihtaln churches. The lollowlug fa-1
! dies and gentlemen have kindly con-
ciitcil to lecture, commencing:
" U, Dr. ('. (L Parker.
" 10, Dr. II. Wardiier.
211, (To ho lllled).
" 20, Dr. Win. it. Smith.
Dec. 0, Mls Knto Thompson.
111, Hon. Wm. II. Green.
" 21, Mrs. G. G. Alvonl.
C. C. E. Gos.s,.Sec'y.
By order of lCxccutlve Committee.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) II11M1,
valued at Will bo sold at $20 dis
count, on good teiins, mid ordered direct
from thu factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ut tliu
cllyol Cairo at $2 .10 each (halt price.)
A No. I) Wilson Shuttle Suwlug Ma
chine valued at $7.'. Will bu sold nt $15
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $00 Ileinliigton Sewing Machine
$110 oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot ami shoe manufacturer.
"Picturesque America" 18 numbers ,
hound In 2 volumes', lull gilt Morocco;
price, ? 10.
a. stylo "E," "Clough, warren
Co.'s" Parlor Organ, right front the fue
tory.it Detroit. List price, Sm. Will
be sold for $ 200.
For any of the nbovu articles, apply a
the liuu.ism olllco. K. A, 11. uxktt.
Attention 5 llenli-in.
I Wo have four do.eu Imitation Kbouy
' Sprague Cnn-Openers, taken for adver
! tllng, whleli we will sell at two dollar.4
per dozen. Inquire at llullelln oMee.
Tho Delinonlco Saloon, with ten-pin
alley, shooting gallery, and all fixture
pertaining to the e.tabllhmcnt. P'or
terms of sale, apply to
10-20-tf Mns. Anxib Coy.ni:.
We have this day sold to Mr. Louts II.
Myers our entire stock of groceries and
provisions. He will continue the busi
nesc nt the old stand, Xo. 113 Comincr
elal avenue, and we would heartily rec
ommend him to all of our old customers
both In town mid lu the adjoining
country. Stkvart& Wiuti:.
O.viito, lu.., Oct.2Stb, 1875.
Having purchased the stock of Messrs.
Stewart & White, it Is my purpose to
replenish it nt once ; ami with n complete
assortment of staple and fancy groceries
I hope to receive a liberal share of public
patronage; Louis H, Mykh.
New Mont .Mnrkct.
Jacob Walters and Chris Anthus, two
ot our well-known butehers have asso
ciated together and under the firm namu
of Jacob Walters & Co., have opened si
meat market 011 the north side of Pilghth
street, ill Phil Howards old stand. Tills
will be a first-class market in every re
spect, ns the names of-lho proprietors
guarantee a market where the choicest
ol cut meat, steaks, roasts of beaf, mut
ton, pork and venison ; together with
sauagc, bacon, etc., will be served out
lo customers In a neat and satisfactory
manner. All their old frleniU or new ac
quaintances arc Invited to call and see
Field, Letter & Co.'s
As it U oar custom at this season of the yeae
to 100K over tnc commercial wonu ana nota
Us phases, wc take this opportunity of selecting
above trade, as v,-e know it. is one that concern?
the whole West.
There is no firm In America that can eiva
us better ideas of this branch of business than
Messrs. Fir.Li,LciTEK & Co., ChicagoJ
The very rapid ogress this House has madi
is marvelous; it was only a few years agn
that thev were selling about five millions pe
annum, but .since that time their sales have in
creased to tlie enormous sum ot twenty million
dollars annually. To give our readers tome?
conception of tlie magnitude of this IIous,
will say that they have two stores of six floor
each, which aru devoted entirely to their btai
ncss. Thu wholesale one, which is located ott
comer Market and Ma dison Sts., covering ovc
two hundred thousand square feet, is, a', thij
p.-esent time especially, a Mght well worth see.
tag. In the bxsement arc found Domestic?,
iiatts, Twines, Cords, &c, the largest stockl
ofthiirkiml in the world. The first floor !
devoted to Dress Goods, Prints, Carpets, Ut
holstery, and the main otTiccs, of the firm. Tn
second to Cloth f, Flannels, Blankets, Suits,
Shawls, P'urs Third to White Goods,
Linens, Hosiery, Gloves, Laces, Underwear.
1 I-ourth tJ NoIioih, and the I-iftli is uieil
entirely m a packing; room, ami as ran traaa
has set in early tlio whole establishment is onj
vast hive of industry, and piles oi coodswhic?
reach to the ceiling are being rapidly depleted
by salesmen filling orders received direct from
customers, as they have no travelers, or agents
They consider mail orders, one of the most im
portant branchesof their busincsand give theia
The Uctail is located corner of State anfl
Washington streets, and is one of the fine-
structures in the city, covering nearly half of
a block an 1 being built of marble and iron,
makes it at once an object of interest that over
one likes lovi.it. The goals are separated inld
different departments like the wholesale. anJ
judging from the display made at their Gran
A1111u.1l Ojwning, October 7th, should say thef
have the finest retail stock mthc United Stated
Employment is given to about twelve htnw
drcd persons, and the business requires on
hundred horses and fifty wagons to do th
To Keep the stocks up to the highest stan
dard, they have branch Ileuses in New York,
Manchester, Paris, Lyons and Berlin, to pur
chase goods from fin. hands, and in addition
to this bend seven or eight men to Europe
twice a year, to see to the manufacturing of
their goods, and to select new designs and pklc
up novelties for their respective departmctttfc
Notice to Contractors.
SKAI.t'.l) tiUU will 1m nealveil by tlie uuder-klL-neil
Iur tlie cltv of Cairo till 4 o'clock 11.
m..Tuelay, Nov. Mh.lbTJ, lor Hie conslrw-
tuiii ofiilxmt one mile of new Jree to be looit.l
In llie northern win or uu euy. -iumwiii i
KCilvtil fur section off" feet or fur thy tuliil
work. The said Imt will rviulra Uout IJ.uie
, cubic ynU of mrlli. frofll. crwM itKllon
k,.bllln.illnnu ..-III l IHU Oil ttlltl tttttt iTl!
November Mh. at 'l "fnc of John V.
vilt'!:1 W!f . Ynt
t7 me. Ki infill to UemW l j-iir
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