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A8CA1.0.V J.OfJUK, NO. M.
Knights of l'ylhlaa, inccHetrry Fri
day night at half-pant cmi, in (Mil-
KcllUWH' llxll J.NO, II (JoHrlMA.N,
- ALKXANDKIt I.ODCK, XO. 224.
-jPHfat Inlciendut Order nf Odd-Kel--KgPJfelowa,
meets every lhunday nlijljt
W at half-put re en, In tbelr halt On
Cotnmerclil avenue, betwieu sixth tu) Seventh
treet. t J Khitii, N. II.
1AIUO KNOAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. l. mwrU
ln 0lil-llow' Hull outhe lint and third
lm'ila In livery mouth, at balf-jnifit seven .
.Imo. II. Oiikkly, C. I.
jtv CAIItOMHiUK, NO.BT.A.r.
Hold regular communications In.Mu
jUTaonle Hall, corner Commercial bvm.uh
' aml Klxhtli trret, on the second and
ourtti Monduv nf inch month.
This Is a new style of picture now lie
lug produced Iy Win. Winter, llto artist,
ol thliclty. Thc-e pictures are creating
Hindi interest In nil the principal JVtcrn
ttutl Wedern cities, being altogether new.
'1'hcy are unlike photographs, being
raised anil beautifully enameled over tin;
entire surlaer, soft in tone, but dlilliict In
tin- lights amUhades. No one who fees
them fnlli toadudm llu-ni, or to give the
nrtUt tin order. We have been fIiowii a
number of plctof of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the city, anil hai' no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. We would therefore advNc all
who take intercut In such matter-" or de
"irc picture, to call upon Mr. Winter at
his gallery ami examine Ills work in this
new branch of tin! shadow-capturing art.
IXtn'l I'orKt't I
If yon want tinware, stovcsctr.,that A.
llalley lias changed Ills place of biMnc.
ami can now be fonml at ll" Commercial
avenue, next iloor to the Ar.ib engine
house, where he will Ixj plea'od to i-ee
jou and give you bargain as of old.
( Uternw I'lrniictl,
lVrson Having cl 'terns needing pumic
ing out nud repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices to .-tilt the times,
by calling on .). S. Hawkins Cros- street.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for the purpoM1. 0-1'5-tf.
liver) body to knoyi that Hie place to get
A ftiuoolli abate, '
A fooil chain poo.
A lat-hlouattlc Ualr-cu1,
Or anythlnt; In that line,
1. at the (i!tAM CksTII.M. IUIUIKII
nor, corner KiyhUi and Commercial.
U.jj.tf .1. OKOIUIE MKI.NllOlnK.
tdr Dr. Sherman, the great :jcclal
ht, WJ North Sixth street, has gained an
enviable reputation hi the .M-edy manner
In which he treats all chronic dlsea-e.
.See advertUement for hi frreat Syphilitic
Kriidlcalor, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. 9-lS-lyr.
Inlrrrot on leiult.
The Altxandtr County JtaiiKiclll pny tn
Unit un depoiiiti in th'. auririp dfjxirt
A. llalley has removed to hU new
fctorcroom, 113 Commercial avenue, o
poslte Wlnter'n Illock, and next door to
the Arab engine hnue, wheiu he will be
plcaK-il to M-e all III- old eu-tomer. and
as many new one. !i-:50-tf
.police of Kemiivul
C. Koch has removed his boot and
thw shop from the old stand to hN
new brick building (one block below),
No. W) (.'ommerclal avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth dtreets where ho will
keep the heit home made and St. Loul
ctutom made boots and sdioc?, made of
the be-t material ; good worknmn'hip
-and In the latet styles All orders
promptly attended to. U-'J3tl.
To the Citlaen of Cairo.
I would Inform m) nuiiy frlunil. tint 1
am ntlll In'tlic Miction Ihi-Iiiohs ami rend)
lo attend to all ealu" that ui:iy offer. .My
long expeiitnco In this hiiKluei) nteiU no
comment Ufa no rxprriuietit ou my purl,
4bh1 parties entniftlng aoud f my cue
need not bo afraid, as I am no "iimlti'' cr
novice In ttio bulne.
Speclul attention Riven to rool est.ito nd
out-door vales a ' uvo never mUsed mak
ing a tale. I) Hautmin, Auctioneer.
Corner .Sixth street ami Commercial A v.
A .o. 1 I.ii ii ii dry.
It Is now conceded that )lr, Coleman,
the lauudrcs Nr. li Fourth trcet, be
tween WunUhiton t CjimucrcUl avenues,
baa one of tbo licit conducted laundry
tabllihmout in the city, and landlords nt
hotels and boarding lioue ill llnd it to
their sdvautago to call tipon her
Her prices aro as follows : Hotel ami
boardlng-boufo washing, 75 con la per
dozen, l'oi piece work prices arc
ai lollows: 51 agio rlilrt and col
lar, 10c; per d'oe'en 80c; rock fir; two col
lars, fie; two handkerchiefs M"; veits '20cj
sad all Rontlemen's wear. 80c. per
doxen. Ladles' drescs s!5 to 50c
jklrtilO to 20c; drawers 10 to l.'ie; two
ialr hoe Be; two collars & to 10c. for In
dies' plain clothes 81 00 per dozen; for la
dles line clothes, St 23 per dozen; done
drtmptly, anil froraptlv delivered. I'a
tronage solicited. S-31-lm
A rilio Niixli.
Wni. Ehleis dcolreu to Inform his pat
roiiH and the public ueilcrally, that ho ha
now on hand u lame block ofFreiich and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, tor Mori: ami
ofllco wear, the lluest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots; ami fur farnieiH,
dray men and out-door wear generally, his
French hip stands above anything over
offered In this market. Ills Lasts urn of
the latest tyle, and lie can guarantee a
.. ilt add latlbfation to all his patrons. .
IfirXX Amber and White rap stock
envelopes at the HuLLKTiN otllce, priutei
for Male Plnnu,
A No. 1 secoii'l-hand, Msven octave
piano, na ijood M noiv, luniiuluoturud hy
llallct & Uuvls, U ofl'cred. for salunt rt
bargain, Apply to f
10-24-lin. Bulletin Otllce.
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, ShocB.
la reclvlnir d.illy ft
nnct aolrndld atook or irooua,
ana ih uetormtnea 10
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Mo In resolved to kIvo the very beat
Kooda for the very lowest price. Call
imd seo for youraulve
Corner Sixth Street and Ohio
katiim r AlVi:itTINIXU.
C3-A1I InlU for lulvertltlnc, du mid ny
ulil IN XUSKH' c
Iraimirnt twhrrtlxInK will lirlnurted at Uia
rule of fl l') rwUaie fortlic Urt Inrllon
undMinttforracliiili-e,iirntone. A liberal
lliooiint trill le made outnndiui; and dirplay
ljcal nolirn, Initliicn or otlnrwli-e, will lx
cburictil ten iriiu r line fur the llrnt mid live
crntD fur each LiMltional Inrtrtlon, (counting
111 r llueniiml upirardj j u dlcounttlll bvinade
aflfr third Inctrtlrm
Cliurcb, Socltty, VestUal and hupoir nollcirn
will only v Inserted M ihertlfir.cnta.
For lnfrtlliK funeral notice 41 D. Notice of
iwttliiK of eoclnlcii or ti-cn"! onlers fio riit for
So advrtUiiiciit will be receite"! at leu than
stnuav, novi:miiki: 7, isto.
S , , T.rxa1 or Beadtnic Notices, of
" five lines or more, Inserted
in the Bulletin as follows:
One Insertiou per line .............. lO Cents.
Two insertloni. per lins ....... 15 Cents.
Three) insertions per line SO Cents.
btx Intuitions psr line 25 Cents.
Two weeks per lino - .35 Cents.
One month pei lino - 50 Cents.
No Reduction will be made In above
I.firnl Wentl.er Itepnrl.
III., Nor C.ItTi.
II aii. I lur.. I v, ino
There a roving uiuUrella tltikt-r In
Counterfeiters are at work again in
.Iudge Bird had only one case In hi
police court yesterday.
.Iiiilye ltird U attendiii; to all the
police bu-lue.-? nl' the city now.
Choice eiaiileTiIes at the New
MI K 1 1 Ar.iij;rouf, tlmush atill
ndl-poM-d, I- iuiproviiig in health.
-Busitie- wa? somewhat livelier yc-
terday than It has been for iome day.''.
-Ctiiiuiuh'im ifc I'arker have di
oled partnership in the coiiinil-Ion
-loiiel)oro and Anna were well rep.
resented at the party at the St. Charles
on Friday nlht.
-Two Italians wl' 'iarP and violin,
went the round; of the city yesterday,
Klvluir street concert!-.
Mrs. Ella lir.incr, we are Informed,
will deliver a lecture before the Library
A'.-oeUllon Tuesday evening.
-Simp Carter and Dan llojran. ol
Mound City, weie In attendance at the
patty at the St. Charles on Friday night.
.'I lie Aleaauiler County Hank will
liny lull-rent on ili'iolln In Hip mi.
Miss Ida William', of .lonesboro, is
it the ic-Idciice ot .Mr. Henry hlllot,
Seventh street, lor a short vl-lt.
The Hutchinson family, the great
Ingers, will appear, we are told, at the
Atheucum during the coming week.
There will be the tuual i-ervlces at
the Methodist, Probytcrian and Hpisco
pal churches this morning ami even
ing. A number of that class of IndMduals
who don't care much how they get their
living, ko they get it, still linger about
-Judge Bross will begin n session of
the Alexander county court to-morrow
morning. He has a big lot of work before
-Mr. Cornelius Wheeler, of Milwau
kee, special agent of the Northwestern
National Insurance company, is in the
Mr. .1. C. Zinimer, of the St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern railroad,
left Cairo yesterday for Little Jtoek, Ar
The target shooting and ten-pin roll
lug inateh for turkeys at Coyne's old
Dclmoulco miIooii last night was attended
hy n big crowd.
Among oilier incidents that occurred
In the city yesterdaj, wa ti knock-down
between two well-known gentlemen of
-At tliu recent election in Fula-kl
county, IJaiilel .1. inill was elected treas
urer. S. C. Lewis, county commissioner,
and F. It. Stoddard, surveyor.
The next sociable to he given by the .
Liberal Religious Association, will lake
place at tlu lrhall on next Wednesday
night. All arc invited to bo present.
The next event In homo amusement
will be the sociable to be given by the
Odd Fellow In rhclr hall. It will take
place about one week from Wednesday.
Mr. AlyenOoY Mound City, who win
so seriously Injured oina ;tluio ago by
being thrpwinroiiuhls buirirv. while re-
turning lohls home from, thli city, has
almost entirely recovered, He was In
this city yesterday,
The city council will meet ou Tues
day evening, when bld for building the
new levee will be received nud opened,
and the contract for doing the work
There will be the usual services at
the Methodist t lunch, corner of Klghlh
and Walnut streets, conducted by the
Itev. Mr. Ollham.this morning and even
ing. Sunday school at II o'clock.
The principal place of attraction to
day wilt be the wash In the Mississippi
levee. It will, no doubt, be visited by a
large number of people, II the weather Is
On Tuediiy night, Mr.f. Llla C. O ran
ger will deliver a lecture before the Li
brary Association. She will take for her
subject "Centennial Work,"' and will
make, of course, a most entertaining ad
dress. The Itev. Mr.Ueorge will conduct the
usual services at the I'leMiytcrlan church,
F.lghth stnet, between Walnut street
and Washington avenue this morning
and evening. Sunday school at II o'clock.
ity of Cairo,
colored and varuMietl, for sale at hall
price (S2."0) at the IIi i.i.kti.v olllcc.
Mp. Laii'dcu, Calro'w favorite singer,
Is now busily engaged In drilling a class
ot about a ilozi'ii misses of this city, who
are to take part In the entertainment now
being gotten up by MU. Thompson firr
the benellt of the Library Association.
In connection with tlm lecture to bo
delivered by Mr. F.lla C. (Jranger. on
"Centennial Woik," Tuc-day night,
there will aNo be music of a pattlotic na
ture, which will add much interest to the
occa-lon. No one should tail to be pres
ent. Mr. Charley Austin, of Cairo A St.
Louis railroad notoriety, was conspicu
ous among the invited giiesto from abroad
at the party on Friday evening. Mr.
Aiiilin is n clever gentleman us well as a
good conductor, and made a score of
friend' during liU vlilt on that occasion.
Services as usual at the Episcopal
church to-day at II a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
In the morning the ltev. Mr. Gilbert will
preach his second anniversary sermon.
The subject of his sermon at the evening
service will be "Popular criticisms of
Pickpockets and sneak thelves are
numerous again. One of these light
lingered gentlemen made away with a
pur.-e containing one hundred and twenty
dollars on Friday, but, unfortunately for
him, Sherill'.lrviu caged him before lie
lud time to enjoy hi- pri.e.
Uiiriiig the Mion of the county
court, which will be commenced by Judge
Bro to-morrow morning. His Honor will
deVi.te the uirit ol ids time to looking af
ter complaints against the keepers of
houses ol ill lame, and tin: Inmates of
such hoti-e,-. nL. a large number of
these to examine Into.
On the sixth of December, au enter
tainment will be given for the lienellt of
the Library Association. The en the
allUIr will lx; under the control and man
agement of Miss Thompson, who Is
known ua lady of great abllltyand tate
In such matters, and wo may therefore
look forward to a grand nnd interesting
The ladles of the Catholic church of
this city will hold a fair and festival nt
Burger's old stand, corner of Ninth
street and Commercial avenue, Tuesday
evening, November Oth. The proceeds
of the festival will be contributed to the
church. The affair will be a very pleas
ant one. All are invited to attend. Tick
ets ot adinls-Ioii, twenty-live cents.
.lames Calvin, u young man who
started from Chicago a few days ago, for
Naliville, stopped oil here, and Imbibed
rather freely in bad whi-ky, and became
drunk. Olllcer Laliue tan ucros the
wayward youth while in this condition,
ami took him up before Judge Bird, who
lined him two dollars and costs. Here
James told a tale of woe how he had
been lobbed of a line ring, some money
and other valuables but still that had
nothing to do with paying the linn and
lie went out to look for some one who
would help him out of ids trouble.
On Friday evening, while Mrs. Cap
tain llalliday was In the dry goods cstab-li-liuicnt
of C. llaiiuy, ou Commercial
avenue, doing some shopping, she laid her
pocket-book, containing one hundred
and twenty dollars, down on the counter,
to examine some material, nnd when she
looked for It, the book, money and all
had disappeared. Sheriff lrvln was in
formed nf the matter, ami proceeded to
work It up. He was not long In ferrit
in1; out tlio party that had done the bus
iness, and soon had under arre-t a
Frenchman whoso name we could not
learn from the olllccrs ; nud who, upon
being caught, turned over the pocket
book and ninety dollars of the money,
having dNposed of the rest of it. He'
was put Into the county Jail, and willin
all probability, know jut how It Is be
fore long, to serve a term In tho)ieiiltcn
tlary nt Jolllct.
A young gentleman named Shaw,
well known in Cairo and Paducah as a
patent roofer, left here some weeks ago,
en route lor Texas, on the steamer Mary
Hell, ity Memphis papers we see that
ho Is Implicated In the celebrated Tlglio
kldnapplngca.se, which has been occupy
ing the time ot a Justice of the peaee in
that city for over one week. What part
he Is playing In this Southern drama
wo are unable to say, but the result of the
Investigation of the Justice may reveal
; Mi connection with the uflalr.
was arrested in Memphis by
from Cincinnati, who held a requisition
from Governor Porter of Tennessee.
They kept him coutlued lor a few days,
then started with him for Cincinnati, but
at Uartletl'a station a writ of habeas cor
pus obstructed their further passage.
Ou their return to Memphis. Tighe Insti
tuted suit ngalnit the otllcers, charging
them with kidnapping his person. Shaw
Is Implicated with the otllcers.
About thlriy-llve couple of ladles and
gentlemen of this city, assembled at the
St. Charles on Friday evening, to attend
the "First party ot the seiwoli," given
hy a number of young men. Elsenburg's
string baud, composed of six good niuel-
clan, was In waiting In the spacious hall
lor the appearance ol the guests, and
when half-past eight o'clock arrived,
struck up a march to which the dancers
filed into the room and took their places
ou the Iloor for the purpose of opening the
ovenlng'is amusement. Among the ladles
preent were to lie' seen the smiling faces
and twinkling eyes ol several of the lalrest
maiden? of Anna and Jonoboro,
accompanied by several gentlemen.
The ladles were Miss Ida Williams,
Misses Annie and Alice Simons and Miss
Adda Jones, and Messrs. Tom Shlck,
Charley Austin and Sam Davie. .These
ladles and gentlemen, we dare say, were
well pleased with their visit. The party
throughout was one of much pleasiiic to
all, and has Inspired the same gentlemen
who had the matter In charge, to think
gravely of giving another one at a time
not far dhtant.
A. A regular eomn
Lodge No. I!:i7, .
will be held to-n
munlcatlnn of Cairo
A, 1. and A. M..
evening at 7:30 o'clock. All members
are particularly requested to be present,
as buslne-s of Importance will come be
fore Ihe Lodge. There will also be work
In the second and third degrees.
B. F. Bi.akk, Secretary.
Attention, )lr Knliclits.
'1 here will be a special conclave of
Cairo Comniandcry No. 18, K. T., on
Tuesday evening, Dili lut., for work In
the orders of the Ifed nnd Black
Cross. Work will commence at C::tO
o'clock sharp. Vl-ltlng Knights are
C. W. DuN.vixn. K. C.
Attest Fittn Koksi:mi:vkii, I'ec
Go to Stratum & Bird's, 57
Levee, and buy your
New York buckwheat Hour,
llock candy or w bite drips, very choice.
New crop New Orleans molasses and
.New Louisiana rice ; also hominy.
Grits, mush meal, pig's feet, pickles.
Granulated, powdered, crushed and
Choice collies, tca3, cheese, Ac., always
New hani!, cranberries aud mackerel
to arrive. 11-7-tf
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in the Post ODIce at Cairo, Alexander
County, Illinois, Saturday, Nov. 0th,
Austin Alice, Anderson Mrs. J. J.,
Brown Susan, Barder Ellen, Britton
Clara, Brown Jane J., Brown Salllc,
Brodic Lucrctia, Byrne Frances, Cole
man Harriett. Cochran Carrie, Conrad
Mrs. A. L., Carter Lizzie, Dunn Mrs. 1L,
Ellis Mary, Hodge Mrs. M Haidiu Ju
lia. Holland Mrs.S. A., HearttMrs. O. If.
James Mrs. M. E., James Ida. Laws
Mary IL, Lee Sallie, Law Ellvu, Morri
son F. W., Moore Anna, Martin Mary.
Pott Mary A., Phlllls Jennie, Boss Ma
dora, Smith Manda, Staples Hattle,
White Sallie, Weaver Mrs. L., Williams
Agee, John, Clalrborn Anthony, An
derson J. IL, Armstrong J. W.. Alexan
der M., Btickuer Alick, Blodgett Clias.,
Btickncr Frank. Blake Hcnrj, Bailey
Jas. P., Brown A., Crantkr C. E., Cor-
win, I.. Conley J. D., Daily Jas.,
Dully Joe, De Lorn; W. E., Fields Bcn
ney, Filnday Win., Fleischer Kapliael,
Gi-o Harry, Oobel F. P., Glines E. F.
Green It. B., Heiilie John T., Havly O
L., Ilecker C. T., Heushaw Solomon,
Harris Win., Ingram James, Jones
Henry, Koehler William Lawrence
George B., Mulden Sc Shark,
Myers Francis, Miller ILL., Marshall L
t, McClure M., Morgan W. O., Mort W.
W Miilhollanu Win.. Norton Chas., Os
borr. it Llnd-ey, Overton J. M Olmsted
IS.. OwenS. W Puppels B., Parker J. D
Phillips John M., Peloouin Paul, Pinker
ton Sanford, Quliiii P., ICooles Granville,
illcks James, lJos N. C, ISeed William,
Smith Albert, Stovall 11. IL, Sldnam II.
M., Spencer Wm. II., Tolbert George,
Tessier Ezra, Tullls Lewis, Tillman
Itobert, Vedder A. IS., Woods & Bro.,
Williams c, Williams J. T Wood C. O.,
Ward M.. Ward William.
Persons calling for the nbove letters
will please say "advertised."
Gi:o. W. Mcivi:.ug, P.M.
II on I m vii, Allenllun.
For salo low two boats, one 70 feet
by 10, with ood cabin ; the other a model
hull, with cabin. Address dames C.
.lack, City. ll-C2t
' llHrbrrNlioii Xollrc.
I would respectfully inform the citlacns
of Cairo that 1 have opened u barber .-hop
on Ohio Levee, abovo Eighth street, and
have established the following as my
prices; Cutting hair, 25c ; shampooing,
25c ; shaving, 10c. will hold to these
prices for one mouth, as an experiment.
CAino, Nov. C, 1S75.
!isil nl lull Nollce.
The linn of Parker & Cunningham is
tills day dissolved hy mutual consent.
Either party is authorized to usu the
name ol tint Drm in settlement of old
llCCOlllltS. I'YAS I. 1 AltKKIt.
II. II. CUN.M.NUIIAM.
Oyas T. Parker & Co. will still con
tluiie the biislncfs as successors to tlm
old firm. Olllce, 77 Ohio Levco; ware
house, Twenty-eighth street and Ohio
Cairo, III., Nov. 0, 1815. H-tt-tf
Tho Delnionlco Saloon, with ten-phi
alley, shooting gallery, nud all fixtures
pertaining to tho establishment. For
terms of sale, apidy to
10-20-tf Mrs. An.nik CoYNii.
Attention t Denlera.
Wo havu four dozen Imitation
Spraguo Cau-Opeuers, taken for adver
tising, which we will sell at two dollars
per doen. Iiimiirc at Bulletin olllce.
THE BIG GUN!
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
FARNBAEER. THE CLOTHIER,
Is Once More . in the Field to tell all Clothing Buyers 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 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.
. A trial is what wo ask to mnko customers out of you all. Wo don't ask your pntronago on account of be
fien?8!. or old Cairoitos (as wo haro boon known horo lo I thoso many years) but to tare you tho
nlmighty dollar.. Tho timp for paying for friondfthip is gono. Our stock of Fine Uuderwear, tha largest
in tho city, at prices to suit all. Wo mako war on high prioos. As Usual,
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lands in Alexander county.
"Wliiter'ri Hlock" and "Winter's
A larijc number ol desirable llesl-
dence, and excellent vacant Lots, Htilta
blc for business houses and residence.".
-Business house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
Winter's Hlock- suitable for Hotel,
Olllccs or Ilusinees rooms cheap.
Teuemi'tiU numbered 4, 7, S and 0, in
Winter's How. o rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), 12 uO 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms.
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied hy A. llalley.
A desirable Cottage on Poplar
street, near Thirteenth street.
Upper Iloor of building1 next to Com
mercial (Waverly) hotel.
Two small Houses west of Twenty
second street, near Pine, $J cadi per
Dwelling house on Tweltth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, lor $12 per month.
FOR LKASKOIt SALE.
k number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, out.-ide lire limits. Also
a lar$rc number of other Lots In dlflercnt
Lands, lu tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" 11. II. Cooke, Evansville.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
Alice, St. Louis.
John F. Tolle, New Orleans.
" E. II. Durfec, St. LouK
Steamer Jim Fik, Paducah.
B. II. Cooke, Evansvlllf .
Sle. Ocnevleve, Vlcksburg.
" Alice, St. Louis.
" John F. Tolle, St. Louis.
E. II. Durfee, Pittsburg.
KIVKlt, WKAT1IKK ASII 1ILSI.KSS.
This river at dark was still stationary,
at live feet ten ami one-llftli Inches on the
gauge. A coal boat rlso is reported at
Pittsburg, and a large licet has already
The weather is cloudy and cold, and
there was n heavy frost yesterday morn
ing. Business fair.
OKNKItAI. i rats.
Tho E. II. Dnrfee goes to Pittsburg.
The Bee and barges are adding
The Plasa and tow passed down the
river some time during night before last.
Tliero nre several bids in already for
portions of tliu work of building our
new levee, wo believe, and more coming.
The Alice returning to St. Louis, will
place about 12 new lights and see that
all the lights are better attended to. She
will probably place two lu the crossing
ajiposlto Bird's house, and several in
Dog Tooth bend.
A buck was captured in tho river at
Joppa on Thursday last by Dr. Cucellcs.
Lawrence Copelaud and Captain Poln
dexter, which weighed 280 pounds. The
.l.ce. wl i,..1..1uiil 1011 ,Wlllllil.t finil
JMUir, uiis-iiii .ot ..
was brought to this market by the Jim
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I have this day secured the solo agency
for tliu sale of Gafl, FleUchnmn &
Company's compressed yeast, cither
wholcselej or retail. Dealers can
be supplied ut any and all
times by calling on me. This is the only
yeast of the klad in market that if gen
nine;' W. L, Bristol, ?3 Eighth atreet.
Cairo", Ills., Oct. 25, 175. lO-'W-ltu.
Shawls and Cloaks of all tho late
styles ranging from the cheapest to the
finest. J. Burger & Co. have paltl par
ticular attention to this department, and
are able to undersell any house In the
city. Call and bo convinced.
Don't fall to sec that handsome line
of Ladies' Tics and Hlbbonsat J. Burger
Those who need winter hoots should
call ou ii. Jones, Commercial avenue.
Mi stock of French and Domestic calf
skins is the b st lu tho market.
Our Domestic Department is complete
in all Its dcudl;, and will be .iol.l cheaper
than ever. J. Bt'iuiKii & Co.
For Embroiderlc nd Laces, go to J.
Burger & Co.'s, No. 121 Commercial ave
nue. 1!. Jones, tliu Commercial avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair of boots to be found in the city.
Ladies, misses and children's under
wear at very low prices at J. Burger &
The finest stock of dress gootls, con
sisting ot Casslmercs, 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, and sell them
at astonishingly low prices.
If you want a good Custom-made
lady's or miss's shoo call on J. Burger
Bfif-THE ALEXANDEK COUNTY
BANK WILL PAV INTKHEST ON
DEPOSITS IN THE SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT. J. Burger & Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and thoc contem
plating keeping House, to their large
.stock of entirely new carpets and oil
cloths. This is their first season l.i that
line, and are confident of suiting all In
the latest designs.
For cork-oicu boots or shoes, go to
It. Jones, the Commercial avenue boot
aud shoe maker. Uu U a tlrst-class work
man and never falls to please.
A very large assortment of German
town yarn, Ueruiah zephyrs, and every
article appertaining to this department
in all shades and colors, at J. Burger &
Fine, ueat and stylish box-toed
stitched boots and shoes are inadu
specialties by It. Jones, tho Commercial
avenue hoot aud shoo manufacturer.
Give him a call
J. Burger & Co. have now on hand
the most elegant stock ot 2 and 3 button
Kid Gloves ever brought to this city, and
are determined to sell them at remark
ably low figures.
A scries of lectures under the auspi
ces of the members of the Library Asso
ciation for the establishment of a public
library in Cairo, will be held alter
nately at the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Chrlstaln churches. The following la
dies and gentlemen have kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
0, Dr. G. G. Parker.
" in, Dr. II. Wardner.
" 211, (To bo tilled).
" 29, Dr. Wm. It. Smith.
Dec. 0, Miss Kate Thompson.
" LI, Hon. Win. II. Green.
21, Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
C. 0. E. Goss, Sec'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
li ving .iiw, ... i "
VailieU Ilk " III nuiu b ?v uin-
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored and mouuted Maps ol the
cltynf Cairo at $2 00 each (halt price.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sowing Ma
chluu valued at $70. Will bo sold at $10
discount, aud ordered direct from tho
A $90 Kemlngton Sewing Machine
$30 oft for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
"Picturesque America" 18 numbers
bound In 3 volumes, full gilt Morocco;
A SiylO "ti, "liiougn, uitricit ut.
;o,'s Parlor Organ, right from tho fac
ory at Detroit. I.lst price, $300. Will
a stylo "K." "Clough, worreii x
torv at Detroit. List prii
,For amr of , the above articles, annlv
1 the Bui lbtix olHce. E. A. Bl'RNRtt,
New Hritt Market.
Jacob Walters and Chris Anthus, two
ot our well-known butchers haw ao
ciatcd together and under the firm name
of Jacob Walters tt Co., have opened a
meat market on the north side of Eighth
street, in Phil Howards old stand. This
will be a tlrst-class market in every re
spect, as the names of the proprietors
guarantee a market where the choirest
ot cut meats, steaks, roasts of beaf, mut
ton, pork and venison; together with
sausage, bacon, etc., will be served out
to customers in a neat aud satisfactory
manner. AH their old friends or new ac
qiialntances are Invited to call and sec
A Jinn kiiii Over
To Cowperthwalt & Phillips to try those
Gold Buckle cigars.
Wc are now putting Into THE BUL
LETIN OFFICE a new boiler, and pre
paring to also put into it w.w pres ma
ehinery. Until this work Is done (for about ten
days), we will havu to labor at n great
disadvantage. Therefore, wc ask our
patrons to be satisfied, for the time be
ing, with the bet we can do under the
When wc shall have completed the im
provements wc are now at work upon,
and have in contemplation, THE BUL
LETIN OFFICE will be, without doubt,
the mo.tt complete printing office in the Went
outside of the great cities, and will
be as welt prepared as any olllce in the
whole country to do the kinds of print
ing demanded by this community.
THE BULLETIN 1ms 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 clUpte,
but has, even at the sacrifice of much
patronage, advocated every enterprise of
Importance to the city's weal. It there
fore docrves well of tho people of Cairo
and Egypt, and Is confident that it will
receive the patronage of Its old and of
many new friends. Circulating as it
docs, In 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, ami
Ballard county. Kentucky, it fur
nishes to the business men who wish to
sell lu tills part of I ho Mississippi Valley
a valuable adcertUinr; medium.
To our business men, and tho public
generally, wc are prepared to oiler tiik
(lltKATKivr BAKdAlNS IN Joil PntXTIXlS.
With new type, and the best presses run
by steam, we are enabled to do work
neatly and promptly, and at lower prieea
than any other printing ojfite in the Missis
Connected with our olllce is a complete
BOOK BINDEKV. In which all kinds of
Binding and Killing are done, in the best
style at tho lowest figures.
Caiho Bulletin Company.
Comctfit dully Viy K. M. Stratus, commission
merchant, Svcmury of the Cairo Uoanl of
Flour, according lo grade
Corn, mixed, mckel...
Corn, wlilto, sacked....
Data, lulled -
llran, r Inn .
Mrul, steam dried.
Iluttcr, choice Northern
Hatter, choice Southern Illinois..
Chicken. er dozen
Tnrkrra, per dozen ,
Alinlea, choice, lr barrel -..
Apjilea, common, per barrel
rotators, lr barrel ......
Onions, tier barrel
...ti NXt3 W
-.7 0Uig, 10
... 3 iS
Notict to Contractors.
SEAU'.l) bldJ will be rtcalrau, Mr w unUr
slzueaforlhecltr of Lktro till 5 o'clock p.
in ., Tuemar , . wn, !'. ui ui ranmnto
.inn nfalmut oneinUoof KW ma lo be locaiad
mtw to I located
In the northern part of, this city. Bldawillbr
rerelred rornecuana.oraiw itetor rorthetoul
work. Tlw said lever will reiuln about 73, uoo
cublo yarli of with, 1'rottlr, crow taction and
ipaeldcailans will mm ob, sjk) after indr.
rfot ember &ia, aA'tke oln f Joka P. Mely,
clrll engineer. In WUter'a block. llupoaaU to
eendortt'U-vrWirk,,'BaU to be lUrtctad
tome, rarmentatobemadelncaeh. The city
council reaertr tk runt to releet aay and all
Il-t-trt ' - CllyCUeV.
, A:nla Wsutlrfl far, mmr Ink.
KuflUk 1 OsmM.edilfMM-Out-
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