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A8UAI.ON IXJIJUK, NO. (1.
KnWiUi of I'ytlilM, mttln etrry Vrl
ilglit nt Lalr-pust etvtn, in OiUt
iiuii. ino.ii uomiu,
AT.KYANtlfcR. f.fllXIK. NO. 224.
llMlqwHlent Onkr or O0d-N
low, inert every TbUPUr night
lh-fr.iutvri. In their nail on
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MlltO KNCAMl'MKNT, I. O. O. ., inert?
Win OiliM't llowa' 1111 on the Unit M.U thirl
llttwliif lu crcry month, t hulf-lxuit ecven.
.IKO, II. OUBKLT, C. I',
I'tiiMiinrii:!'. Nil.M7.A. A A. M.
Hold iTKitlar communmiiona m -
gonlo llll, corner uoimnerciai iTwiue
mi Kiirhth nirwt. on the second nd
ourtli MoudaY of each moiiui.
This U a new style of picture now lie
Ing produced by Wm. Winter, the nrtlst,
ol this city. These pictures ore crcatltiK
much Interest In nil tlio principal Eastern
and Western cltlca, being altogether new.
They nro unlike photographs, being
raised uml beautifully enameled over the
entire surUcc, soft In tone, but distinct In
the lights and shades. No one who Fees
them fulls tondmlro thcui, or to give the
nrll.l nn nnlcr. U'e haVO been MlOWtl a
number of pictures of well-known ladles
mid gentlemen of tlio city, and have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. We would therelore advlc all
who take Intere't In Mich matters or de
sire pictures to call upon Mr. Winter at
hi gallery nnd examine his work In this
new branch of the shadow-capturing nrt.
BetVt rorgut 1
Ifyouwant tinware, stoves ctc.that A.
llaliey has changed his pl of business
and can now be found at 115 Commercial
avenue, next door to tint Arab engine
how, where ho will be pleased to we
jou and give you bargains as of old.
Pcn-ons having cisterns needing pumic
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices to suit the times,
by calling on J. 8. Hawkins, Cros street.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for the purpose. MClf.
KVerjbody to know that the place to get
A smooth ihe,
Ji. good shampoo,
A fashionable hair-cut,
Or anything lo that line,
1 at the (3niNI CitMlnL lUitnEl.
siior, corner KlRhth and Commercial.
U-b-tf J. GKOItOK STKINIIOLMK.'
Ifir Dr. Sherman, the great Special
bit, 609 Xorth Sixth rtrect, has galntil an
Onvlable reputation In th .'jxretly manner
In which be treats all chronic dlieac.
See advertisement for hU great Syphilitic
Kradlcator, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. 9-lS-lyr.
The Alexander County Hank iritl pay tn
ttrent on depotiti in the taring detri
A.Halley has removed to his new
store room, 113 Commercial avenue, oi
positc Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine house, where he will be
pleased to h-c all his old customers and
as many new ones. O-'JO-tf
Xotiro or llemiiviil.
C. Koch has removed hU boot and
shoo shop from tho old stand to his
new brick building (oim block below),
Xo. 90 Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, where he will
keep the best homo made and St. Loul
custom made boots and shoe", made, of
the best material ; good workmanship
and lu the latest style. All order
promptly attended to. 0-23-tf.
To th caucus or Cniro.
I would Inform my many friends, tbat 1
tin htlll in the auction buttues, and read)
to attend to all tale that may offer. 3Iy
long experience in this lmiitit.ni need no
uomrutnt It is no experiment on my part,
and parties entrusting goods tn mj eie
need not bo afraid, as lam no squib" cr
novice In th buslne.
Special attention tilven to real estate md
out'UoorsalcK, as f havo never missed mak
ing a sale. I) Haktman, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth ctrcet and Commercial Av.
A 1 Laundry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, .Nr. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Wellington ftConimorcl'tlavbiiueii,
has one of tho best conducted laundry
UbllshniAnts in the city, aud landlords o
hotels and boarding houses 111 And It to
their cdvantago to call upon her.
Her prices aro as follows: Hotel and
hoarding-homo washing, .5 cents per
dozen. For piece work prices aro
t follows: Single shirt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen 80cj sock Gc; two col
lars, Be; two handkerchiefs, Be; vests '10c,
snd all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per
dozen. Ladlcn' dresses, 2.1 to 60c;
skirts 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
jialr hose fic; two collars 6 to 10c. Kor la
dles' plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; tor la
dles tine clothes, $1 25 per dozen; done
dremptly, and promptly dollvered. Ta
tronago solicited. S-3t-lm
A fine Mock.
Wm. Killers desires to Inform his pat
rons and tho public generally, that ho has
now on hand u large htock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, for store nnd
ofllce wear, tho llnest of Morocco or Cull
Skin Shoes or Boots; and for fartuern,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
ottered in this murker. Ills Lasts are of
the latest htylcs, and he can guarantee u
lit andsatlsfatlon to afl his patrons.
s9XX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at the Hui.lv.tin ollko, printed
$a 60 nnd $i 00 per M.
A No. 1 6ecoiid-liaiid, (seven octave
pluuo, as good as new, manufactured by
llallet & Davis, Is offered lor sale at n
bargain. Apply to
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
or . '
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
TKE. W ALDER la
receivbur dally . a
lirea and eDlendld took of goods,
and la determined to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Ho Is reaoWed to irlvo the very beet
Roods ror tne very lowesi prices, ua.ii
aud sea for yourselvo.
Corner Sixth Street ajtd Oklo
RATM OF AIlVKRriHIJIU.
tl"AII bills fur adrertlilnir, are due and ny-
uble IX advacs.
Xrnnilmt adrertliing will te Inirrteil at tlx
rute of It (4 pcrwiuarc for the first Insertion
mid ! tents for each ubMuent one. A lilx-ral
dlKiunt will IxMimlc un n'.arnllnjf nnddlil.ty
Tcal nutK'i, !uIiin or otlierwlf, will le
charged !fii 'iprllne tor the flrM and flrr
ciiti fur t-drti ud'Uttonal liiMrrtlon, (cjuntlnK
lite llnea utiil liponnl) n dlncotint will he made
afttr Ihirl IiimtUhii
Cliun.li, xkl J , l'livalanl Supper notices
will only he lu!ertvl ut adu-rtiM-ment.
Kor liintrtlnif I'lintrnl notice tl (O, Notice nf
inretlne of Krelellt-s or icrtt onlers U) cent for
Vo R'hcitlmenl will be received at less tuau
M Milt J.
WKDNIl)AY, NOVKMHER 10, 1875.
Local or Heading Notices, of
five lines or more. Inserted
In the Bulletin us follows :
One lnaeition Dr line -.. 11) Cents.
Two insertion per line ..... IB Cents.
Three Insertions per line.... ......BO Cents.
Hlx Inseitions pr line - ZQ Cents.
Two weeks per lino .36 Cents.
One month per line 60 Cents.
No Reduction will be made in above
Local Weather Iteport.
Caiho, III., Nor D.lsTS.
Wind. I Vkl. Wkath
SC. 71 J
IL.tltiCr.il .s lurhca.
Frreant. Signal atn Ire, IT.
Head llcllbron it Well's new adver-
tliement on the second page.
The rain that has threatened us for
several days, came yettcrday.
That Odil Fellows' sociable, we are
told, U to come otl two weeks from last
The motto of llcllbron &
(Jnlc'rt sales and mall prollts."
1000 sheets of brlstol board just
lor ceivt'd at the Ul'llctin olllce, and
tale to the trade.
Mayor Winter, It Is s.ald, will leave
for a trip to St. Louis to-day. What will
become of us w bile he Is gone i
Charley DJay, of the commission
and auction bouse of Parker & Axley,
left for Chicago last night.
The Alexander Couutjr Ilitnk will
ay Interest on drposlts lu the nuv
Another ot the gang of "queer shov
els" who threw their worthless money
about the city so freely n few days ago,
has been brought to grief.
The best and cheapest hats can be
found ut llcllbron & Well's.
Our people as this Is an exceedingly
religious community will all olTer up
thanks on the 2'ith day of this month.
Grant has said It, and Grant will be
Judge llross Is occupied at the court
hou-e, nnd Ids police court is therefore
closed. Judge itlnl Is at his olllce, at all
hours of the day, but he doei no busi
ness. Wo arc offering a full line of jeaas at
cost price. llKu.nno.s- & Wkil.
The regular monthly reception at the
rectory of the Church ot the Kedeemer,
will take place to-morrow night. A
pleasant time Is anticipated.
2000 note heads, 30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper Just
received anil f r -ilu at the Bulletin
Slate s Attorney Jlulkey, In cases
against twentj-three prostitutes and live
keepers of houses of ill-fame of this city,
returned a nolle prosequi In the county
court on Monday.
Owing to the Indisposition of Mrs.
Granger, nnd tho Inch incut weather, the
lecture that was to have taken place last
evening for the bcuellt ot the Library As
sociation, was postponed.
-Mrs. W. P. Wright, Mrs. II. II. Can
dee, Mrs. Dr. Smith, Miss Annie Pitcher
and Miss Mary Warducr, will assume the
femalo characters in the play ot "Led
Astray,' to bo rendered by tho Taylor
Literary Club at the Athcncum goon
There is no use in talking, Messrs.
Candce, Woodward, Safford and Morrill
are the champion etiehcr players of
Southern Illinois. They can play flity
games In two hours and thirty minutes,
averaging u game every three minutes.
John Thompson, the man arrested
by Sheriff Irvln mid his deputies for pass
lug counterfeit money, says that his part
ner was beat out of over three thousand
dollars of tho worthless stuff while gam
bllnff lu n house In this ell y last week.
Just received, another lot of those
calico remnant at 6 cents u yard, at Hell
bron & Weir.
Cacho bridge-, betwucn Culro mid
Mound City, is In a bad condition, and
will bo the means of tcrlous Injury to
nmo one it it i noi iooi;eu utter, riier
are a iittmbor oi holes In the floor of the
concern that aro siilllclciitly large to al
low u horse's loot to go through, uml an
imals driven over the bridge after dark
lire liable to step into them. It should be
repaired at once.
Mr. James Anderson, of Mound City,
ono of Pulaski county'd licst lawyers,
wus In Cairo yesterday.
Col. Wlnsten was lu the city yester
day. He looks li&lc and hearty, which
Is an evidence that 00111110' life agrees
Mr. John II. Olterly lias gone to St.
Louis for the purpose of purchasing new
material for the Bullktin Job printing
Look at the splendid suit for six dol
lars you can get ut llcllbron & Well's,
142 and 1 II Commercial avenue.
Wc learn that n social club Is to be
organized In this city very soon, for the
purpo'c of giving n ball aud supper at
the St. Charles on New Year's eve. The
club will be composed of married men
solid men ot the city, and the affair Is
to be n grand and recherche one,
All styles of goods marked down to
suit the times at llcllbron 6c Well's.
Mr. Ooebt l, lormer proprietor of the
Planters' House of this city, it Is said,
is thinking of again resuming the manage
ment of the Planters', It being the inten
tion ol Mr. Ilucfner, the present owner,
to go Into business In Philadelphia, where
lie will remain until after the Centennial
Sily of Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at half
price ($2.j0) at the Bcllktin olllce.
Alderman Saup, chairman of the lire
and police committee, visited the differ
ent outline houses on Monday and ex
amined the machinery ot the department.
He tells us he found them all lu good
order. Healso took a look at the differ
ent public cisterns, and found an abun
dance ot water In each.
Mr. K. C. Uld, of the commission
firm of MathussA Uhl, of this city,
who, in company witli Mrs. Uhl, has
been upending the Summer months at va
rious watering places, in the hope ot ben
cllttlng the impaired health of the lady.
returned from Springlleld on Monday.
Mrs. Uhl is still at Springfield, aud Is
The ladles of the Catholic church
opened their fair and festival, for which
they have been preparing for weeks past,
at the rooms formerly occupied by Bur
ger's dry goods store, corner of Ninth
street and Commercial avenue, last even
ing. The weather was bad, but notwith
standing this drawback, a large number
of people attended, and the proceeds of
the aflair proved satisfactory.
Ou Friday night, a line French clock,
worth sixty dollars, will be put up for
rallle at the St. Charles Hotel. The clock
Is the property of a well-known gentle
man of this city, who, through a long
and severe attack of nines'--, has become
reduced in circumstances. Tickets lor
the rallle, entitling the holder toa chance,
ean bo obtained of Captaiu Dean, at the
St. Charle, tor $1 each.
Among the many beautiful attrac
tions to be seen at the fair and festival
now being held at the corner of Ninth
street and Commercial avenue, by the
ladies of the Catholic church, arc 11 couple
of beautiful orange trees ladcned with
their golden fruit, and a lino lemon tree,
alto covered with fruit. They arc, wo
have bceu told, the property of Mrs. and
Miss Maggie Aubrey, two of the most
energetic and hard-working members ol
the Catholic congregation in tills city.
It has been suggested by a number
of citizens, and also the Cairo Qatette,
that Professor Alvord be solicited to rc-
Ieat his lecture on "Telegraphy" at au
early date. The lecture of the prolessor
Is pronounced to have been excellent
It has also been suggested tbat if Mr.
Alvord should consent to repeat the ad
dress, the pupils of the public schools
be Invited to attend, aud that the price of
adml-'loii for them be placed at ten
The tollowlng Is a list ol the counter
feits now in circulation throughout this
country: Ninth National Bank, New
York, $2 ; Traders' National Bank, Chi
cago, $5 ; Third National Bank, Chicago,
$5; Merchants' National Bank, Chicago,
5 ; First National Bank, Canton, III., $5 ;
Fint National Bank, Paxtou, III., $5 ;
City National Bank, Poughkcepsie, New
Y'ork, $10; First National Bank, Bed
Brook, New York, $10 ; Central National
Bank. Borne, New York, $10; First
National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa., $10 ;
Bichmond National Bank, Btchmoud,
Ind., $10 ; Central New York Bank, N.
$100 ; First National Bank, Boston,
The married gentlemen residing on
tho "Ridge," with their wives, sons and
daughters, and a number of down-town
people, we are Informed, have Instituted
a "Shakespearian Beading Club." The
members will meet at the different houses
of the gentlemen and ladies, and much
benellt aud pleasure Is expected to be de
rived from it. Among the ladies nnd
gentlemen who constitute the club ure
Mr. and Mrs. Muckle, the Misses Mackle,
Herbert Macklu, ex-Mayor John Wood
and lady, Walter McKec, Misses Nannie
and Mary Mclvce, Mr. Hyslop aud a large
number of others.
It's bad on a fellow lu theso dull
times, alter he has worked up a llrst-
cluss sensation lor publication, and
has succeeded lu gathering all his inn
terlid for his article, to have tho
hero of the romance step In and request
that the matter be kept quiet, owing to
the respectability and social standing (as
IheBev. Mr. Gilbert would say) of his
relatives. Such, however, Is the expo
rletieo of nearly cycry Individual who
has ever been connected with u news,
paper, but it nevertheless scorns to make
one a littlo cranky, even though ho bo
llcllbron & Well have reduced their
men's and boys' oycreoals to astonish
ingly low prices.
Madame Blanche and her famous
Continental troupe of beautiful young Ui
dies, will appear ut tho Athcncum ou
Frldiiv and Saturday nlglil In Ihflr la
clnallng entrrlnlntncnts of "La Statue
Imnglnalre" nnd "Tablenux Vlvant."
Their programme announces tho "Pari
sian golden groupings ot living statues,''
and claims that Madame Blanche's Is
the only nuthorized troupe of the kind
permitted to travel through Germany,
Bussla, France, Hungary and Turkey,
This accomplished nrllst arrived lu
Amcrleu lu 1875, and since
that time has played in Itoblusou llidl,
New York; Concert Hall, Philadelphia;
Athcncum, Brooklyn; Holllday Street
Theatre, Baltimore; Opera House, New
ark; Clark's Opera House, Elizabeth;
Theatre Comlqtic, Washington, with un
precedented success. Exchanges say that
to witness Madame Blanche and her
fairies Is equivalent to two hours In Para
dise. Tho troupe's ndverlUcmc.il will
be found in another column.
We have Just received 11 full line of
children's cloaks and bonnets ; alio
ladies' cloaks and skirts at lower prices
than ever. Hkiliiiion & Wkil.
The new machinery now being placed
lu the Bi'Llktin printing establishment,
was, according to contract, to have been
ready for uso on last Saturday, but, as is
generally the caxo with such matters, the
workmen failed to accomplish their task
at the appointed time, which has some
what put the proprietors of the innltu
tion to disadvantage. The Improvements
will, however, be completed this week,
when wo will be fully prepared to do as
neat and artistic printing a any ofllce In
the country. Mr. John II. Obcrly Is
now In St. Louis, for tho purpose of ad
ding the latest and most stylish type, pa
per, inks, etc., to the Job ofllce. The
gentleman uotv at the head of this de
partment possesses a thorough knowl
edge ot the art, having been a practical
printer for more than twenty years. He
Is known throughout the United States
as one of the llucst, tastiest, and most
expeditious workmen in the business, and
all Mho want plain or fancy work hi the
job prlntlug line will Und it to their ad
vantage to call upon the Bl'i.lp.tin.
In waterproof, all colors, wc give ex
tra Inducements ! Best black ut 00 cents
a yard. lir.iLiinoN & Wkil.
On Monday night, about 0 o'clock,
three men went Into the Arcade saloon,
kept by Louis Herbert, In the upper part
of town, where they sat down at a table
and began to play cards. When the
game had been llnlshed, the younger of
the party, a man about twenty-six years
old, drew a package of money from tils
pocket, aud selecting a $10 note, went up
to the bar to pay fc e'rlnks the party had
got during the gime. Mr. Herbert, upon
examining the bill, told the man that It
was counterfeit. He answered that It
was all he had, aud that he had received
It on a steamboat. Tills nroused the sus
picions of Herbert, lie having teen him
return the roll of money to his pocket,
and he told the man lie would consult Mr.
Metcalf as to the genuineness of the 110U'.
He left the saloon and went to Sergeant
Wooteti and Olllccr Sargent, who hap
pened to be sitting near the salooii, and
told them 01 the transaction. I hey re
turned witli him, but found only the man
who had given him the bill, the two hav
ing vamoosed. He was arrested and
searched, but no other money was found
upon hint. Mr. Herbert, however, was
sure he had seen him pnt a roll ot money
Into his pocket, and this, coupled witli
the disappearance of the other men, led
the 0 Ulcers to the conclusion that he was
one of the gang of counterfeiters who
have been plying their trade here : that
he had given Ills partners the money
seen by Herbert, and that they had made
good their escape with it. .He was put
in the county Jail for safe keeping. The
other parties have not been seen since.
Cold, couch, consumption, death!
This Is the order, and it is certain to go
In that order, unless the pronrr remedy
Is used. Hall's Balsam lor tne' lungs will
cure the first nnd second, aud the third,
If taken in time, it Is a remedy of forty
years' standing, and standard with the
best physicians lu the country to-day.
Sold by all druggists. Price, $1 per bot
tle. -Tho best one dollar Kid Gloves found
in this country can lie bought ut llcll
bron & Weil's, 112 and HI Commercial
III W Tor Htiilililiir Itio Now Lover.
The following bids lor building the pro
posed new levee were opened and read
b lore the council lat-t evening, and re
ferred to the Levee Committee, who aro
to report on the same this evening :
Michael Tynell, of St. Louis, proposed
to build the levee lor fourteen cents per
cubic yard, cash, or twenty cents per
cubic yard for city scrip.
Alex. Kra.Ier, of this city, ollered to
build the proposed levee according to
plan and proille, and havo it completed
by tlio 1st ol March, or sooner, for the
sum ot 17 cents per cubic yard, or $10,
G00 for the job complete.
Fred Davis and Irvln Dugan, ol this
city, oiler to construct the new levee for
tho sum of 21 cents per ciinm yarn.
Robert Ilagnel, of Capo Ghadeati. pro
posed to build the Iovco according to
plan and speclllcation tor Hi cents per
cubic yard, and take in payment one
half in city warrants, at par.
Thomas Mehan, '1 nonius JJoylo anil
William Oearit proposed to build live sec
tions of the nronoi-ed levee, at 20 cents
per cublu yrd.
P. II. Corcoran ollered to build sec
tlon 1 and 2 of tho new levee ut tho rate
of 22 cents per cubic yard.
William Qulnn ollered to build llvo
hundred loot of levee, and give bonds tor
fullllltnent of contract, for 1 cents per
Julius Serbian proposed to build sec
tion numbered 0 aud 10 lor 21 cents per
cubic yard, according to prolllo und
speellleutlous made by John P. Holy.
James Clonan proposed to build sec
tion 3 or tho new levee lor the sunt of 31
Milts, lu cash, per cubic yard ot earth,
and section number 1 of levee for the
sum of 31 ceiiH, In cash, per cublo yard
S, D. Carter & Co., ol Chicago, ollered
to do the work entire ou tho new levee
for 17 cents per cublo yard.
It. O'Pnuiicll and James Mi lr, ol ('In-
THE BIG GUN!
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
FARNBAKER. 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 we ask to mako customors out of you all. Wo don't ask your patronage on account of bo
ins; "friends" or old Cairoltcs (as wo hare been known horo lo t theso many years) but to save you the
almighty dollar. Tho time for paying for friendship is gone. Our stock
in tho city, at pricos to suit all.
clnnntl. Ohtrt. nronnii tn iln llif wnrtr nil
the levee lor 21. cents per cubic yard,
and agree to commence work on the
same within live (lays aller signing the
Thomas Little, of this city, agreed lo
build section number 1, of the proposed
levee, for 22 cents per cubic yard ; section
2, at 21 cents per cubic yard; section 3, ut
24 cents per cubic yard, and section 6 at
20 cents pet cubic yard.
Charles Thrupp, of this city, offered to
build the new levee for the stun ol 23
cents per cubs) yard for section 1 ; for
section 2, 22 cents per cubic yard ; sec
tion 3, 2.1 cents per cubic yard, and sec
tion 8, lor 21 cents per cubic yard.
William Kendall, of this city, pro
poses to build 000 feet of the proposed
levee, from stake llflccn to twenty, for
twcnty-tlve cents a cubic yard.
Patrick Kllmarttu ollered to build
cither section 0, 8 or 0 of tho new levee
for the sum of 17 cents per cubic yard,
according to plans and specification! in
the hands of Mr.Hely.
XoTenilirr Term Neronil la.v.
The motion toquaMi the Indictments
ngalust various saloon keepers, Indicted
by the recent grand Juiy, was argued by
attorneys yesterday, and the State's at
torney, desiring to further Investigate
the law, asked tlmo until to-morrow
Motion to quash indictment against
William Scott, for keeping a disorderly
houc, was argued by thu attorneys and
In tho ease ot Fleming I-acey for
the use of James ltyan, against the Cairo
& St. Louis railroad company, an answer
to interrogatories was tiled, case submit
ted on such answers, and proceedings
agalast the said Cairo & St. Louis railroad
company dismissed nnd Judgment entered
against the plalntifl for costs.
The balance ot the day was consumed
lu entering and dlscus'lng motions.
Court adjourned until nine o'clock
Don't forget to get your present of 10
yards of the bert calicos before going
elsewhere, at Ilellbron & Well's.
The tlrtn of Parker & Cunningham Is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Cither party is authorized to use the
name ot the nrm in settlement oi oiu
accounts. Dyas T. Paukki!.
It. II. CU.NNINCIUM.
Dyas T. Parker & Co. will still con
tinue the business as successors to the
old Arm. Olllce, 77 Ohio Levee ; ware
house, Twenty-eighth street aud Ohio
Cairo, 111.. Xov. 5, 1S15. 1 1-0-tf
CoinpreN-eil Yrnat N'otlre.
I have this day secured the solo agency
for tlio sale of Gaff, Fleischtnaii it
Company's compressed yeast, either
wholc-sclo or retail. Dealers can
lie supplied at any nnd all
times by calling on mc. This Is the only
yeast of tho kind lu market that Is gen
uine. W. L. Bristol, 32 Eighth street.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 25, 1875. 10-28-lm.
We received this morning a new supply
of Ladles' and Misses' knlttted jackets,
with and without sleeves; nlso a tine lot
of children's bonnets, which we olTer at
a great Inducement.
IlF.ii.nnoN- A Wr.u.,
HI nnd Ui Commercial Avenue.
The olllccrs and members of the Cairo
St. Patrick's Ilcnevolent Society will
take notice that on and niter Sunday,
Xov. 7th, 1875, the meetings of this soci
ety will be held at 3 o'clock p. m., on the
lirt Sunday lu each mouth, at the hall of
tho "Hibernian" Fire Company, ou Thir
teenth street, between Coinmerclal ave
nue aud Poplar street.
lly order of President Fitzgerald.
J. M. Hon an, Sec,
Caiho, Iils., Xov. 0th, 1H75.
A Hun Hiiu Over
To Cowjierthwnlt & Phillips to try those
Gold Hucklc cigars.
Among the live druggists ol our city
who have Uld lu a rupply or Durung's
llheumatlo Itemcdy nro Ilaielay llro.
and Paul 0. Schuh. Au advertisement
appear in another coliunu. It has never
failed to euro tho worst ease of rheu
make war on high prices.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
Shawls and Cloaks of all the late
styles ranging from the cheapest to the
llucst. J.llurger&Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, mid
ure able to undersell any house in the
city. Call aud be convinced.
Don't fall to sec that handsome line
of Ladles' Ties and Ribbons at J. Burger
Those who need winter boots should
call on it. Jones, Commercial avenue.
His stock ot French nnd Domestic calf
skins Is the best In tho market.
Our Domestic Department Is com pit to
lu all Its details, and will lie sold cheaper
than ever. J. Buikiek & Co.
For Embroidcrlc nd Laces, go to J.
Burger & Co.'s, Xo. 121 Commercial ave
nue. 11. Jones, the Commercial avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair of boots to bo found lu the city.
Ladles, misses nnd children's under
wear at very low prices at J. Burger &
The llnest stock of dress goods, con
tliting ot Cuislincres, Empress Cloths,
Diagonals, Mohutrs, Poplin.', at J. Bur
ger & Co.'s. 121 Commercial avenue.
For great bargains in Flannels, call
on J. Burger & Co. They liave tho best
asi-orted stock 111 the city, and toll them
at astonishingly low prxs.
It you want a gobtlii'touniHde
lady or nilis s shoo call
& Co. v
ft-THE ALEXAXDHlt C. v
BAXK WILL PAY IXTERKST
DEPOSITS IX THE SAVINGS
J. Burger & Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and those contem
plating keeping house, to their large
stock of entirely now earpctJ und oil
cloths. This U their ilrst season la that
line, and are conildent of suiting all In
the latest designs.
For cork-soieu boots or shoes, go to
K. Jones, the Commercial avenue boot
and shoe maker. Ho is u tlrst-chus work
man aud never falls to please.
A very large assortment of German
town yarn, Bermah zephyr;', aud every
artlclo appertaining to this department
In all shaded and colors, at .1. Burger &
Fine, neat and stylish box-toed
stitched boots and shoes arc made
siK'claltics by K. Jones, tlio Commercial
avenue boot and shoe manufacturer.
Give 111 tn a call.
J. Burger & Co. have now on baud
the most elegant stock oi 2 nnd 3 button
Kid Gloves ever brought to this city, aud
ure determined to sell them at remark
ably low llgures.
A scries 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
Christalu churches. Tho following la
dles and gentlemen have kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
" 10, Dr. II. Warducr.
23, (To bo tilled).
" 20, Dr. Wm. U. Smith.
Dec. 0, Miss Kate Thompson.
" 13, Hon. Wm. H. Green.
21, Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
O. C. E. Goss, Scc'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
.N'rw Stent Mnrket.
Jacob Walters and Chris Atithus, two
ol our well-known butchers hava asso
ciated together and under the linn name
of Jacob Walters & Co., havo opened a
meat market on the north side of Eighth
street, lu 1'hll Howards old stand. This
will bo a tlrst-elass market in every re
spect, as the names ol the proprietors
guarantee a market where tho choicest
ol cut meats, steaks, roasts of benf, mut
ton, pork and venison; together with
sausage, bacon, etc., will bo served out
to customers In a r.ent and satisfactory
manner. All their old friends or now ac
quaintances arc invited to call and see
The Delmoulco Saloon, with teu-plu
alley, hootlng gallery, und all fixtures
pcrtttltilug to the establishment. For
terms of sale, apply to
10-20-tf MK". AN.N1K Covse.
Wo have four dozen Imitation Ebony
Sprague Cau-Opeuers, taken for adver
tising, which wo will sell ut two dollars
per doen, Inquire tit llu)ktitnflhe.
of fine Uuderwear, the largest
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducau.
II. C. Xutt, Mound City.
Mollie Moore, St. LouK
Tow-boat Bon Accord, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim FIsk, Paducuh.
" H.O.Xutt, Memphis.
" Mollle.Moorc, Xew Orleans.
Tow-boat Lioness, Louisville.
11 Hover, St. Louis.
" Bon Accord, South.
RIVKIt, WKATHEH AND nUSINESS.
The river last evening was 0 leet 3
Inches on the gauge, having risen 3
inches during tho previous 24 hours.
A cold, disagreeable ruin fell all yes
terday after noon, aud the weather wa
a gloomy as could bo Imagined.
Tlie Mollle Moore made fair additions
The transfer steamer II. C. Xutf,
just off the Mound City ways, pa$?ed to
Memphis night before last.
-The Lioness left with a tow of eighty
barges for Louisville to meet the coal
fleet coming from Pittsburg.
The flatboat of otatoes belonging to
Captain T. B. Johnston, of Hamilton,
Kentucky, which sunk ou the Chain, has
Iw'ti ral-cil. and Is coming on down.
Boys' ... Alexis ties'. $ 1 00
e;ood winter uoots 2 oo
Custoni-made Call Boots.... 3 75
Youths' Good Calf Boots 2 no
Men's Custom-made Calf Boots... 5 00
300 cases Boota und Shoes at astonish
ingly low prlcea wholesale and retail.
O. llAYTiionx & Co.,
lul Commercial Avenue,
10-20-10t. Cairo, Illinois'.
1 hereby notify the busluc men of
this city, aud public at large, that 1 will
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted lu my name, unless made by rue
personally. Mm, Anmk Coynk.
Xew cottage, 0 rooms, corner Seventh
and Walnut streets, occupied at pres
ent by 31 r. Winter. Vftt bo vacant on
Monday, Xov. 1. Rent $22 per mouth.
Apply on Seventh, second door from
above house. 10-30-tf
TBS UTS3T nunall SEMSillBX i
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS,
NOVEMBER 12 I 13.
First iiiipiriinc of-
In tier Ktiliiwt ami Clus.tcul EnUrtalnmnit,
Hrpreatiitol by a troupe of e'onlincntl youur.
uuiivs, aisou line- turitiy m
h-.hu. ai.il Mlr..f..h-4.
Etitorrvl mmnhm M ccnttl
eu 7i cent. tnti cuu be mcuriI at
ThU prt'iuration i now acknowledged t be
uiwrlur lu 1 known rcmwlkn tor I he treat
ment of t
Syphillis in all its atftfM, iorofu
low Afl'ootiow, Cajaaio VI-
KipccUlly hi SypUilUo ilUnuci. la whlcli it
luu uft: nuinr. nlirn ulvi-ii ui iuut lioua bv
eminent. puyicijw. II I enumj
Mo 4ktUreUml' ,
In ill eNMtiaaiiih tnttm mi
In uuimvctloD with other laeOlci
srMrtur tlie I'ftWNI
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Lwcjum. Mt tu vtatt of U
receiptor. Me. AiIm
ubhto sum, on
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