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A9UALON l.ODGB, NO. M.
Knight of I'jrlhlaa, meuM every Frl
day night at hair-pout seven, in Odd
Fellows' Hall .1.10. II UoSMlAX,
AI.KXAHDKIl I.OD0K, SO M .
JgUgk. loWndent Onlcr of Odd''
famVlowa, meets every 'IhuriMluy tilKlit
UW at half-put seven. I their all im
Commercial nttiiue, lietwetn sixth iw Hcmitti
tricla T J. Kuan h. i.
1AIK0 KNCAMl'MKNT, I. O. O inej-li
Olu Uild-rVHoWs' llall on llif first slid third
fiitada) lnoTcrymontli,at twir-piiit-T-n
Jko II MutiiLY, 0. I'.
a UAIKOLOI)OK..NO.tcn,A.F. A,M.
lloldrrirulur oiiiiiniinlcatlolia In ..la
XXi" llAll Miner Comiiurclul annus
Nnd KUhtli atnrt, wu the second iin'l
litirth Monilav of each tnoiilli.
Till Is a new style of picture now be
ing producid hy Win. Winter, tin; nrtWt,
ol this city. These pictures arc creating
innch Interest In nil Hie principal Eatern
ami wwii. elite, helm? nltoirclher new.
They arc unlike photographs, being
raised nnd beautifully enameled over Ilie
entire surface, soft In touts but distinct In
the light ami hado. No one who sees
them Mis to admire them, or to give the
artist an onlcr. Wu have been shown a
number of pictures of well-known ladies
and gentlemen of the city, and have no
hesitation In pronounclnjf them perfectly
splendid. Wu would therelon- advise all
who take Interest In such matter or de
sire pictures, to call upon Mr Winter at
tilt gallery nnd examine hl work In this
new branch of the shadow-capturing art.
6- 1 Mf .
If you want tinware, etovesetcthat A.
llallcy has changed his plan- of busing
and can now be found at 116 Commercial
avenue, next door to the Anb engine
iMiusc, where ho will bo pleased to see
jou and give you bargain as of old.
Persons having cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing can have It done
promptly and at prices t suit the times,
by calling on J. S. Hawkins. Cross stm t.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for the purpOMS IMO-lf.
Everybody to knov that ihe place to get
A smooth timc,
' A good bsmi'oo.
A fathionalile lislr-cut,
Or anything l that line,
at the aAr.n OnfTiut. Haiibkk
"nor, corner Eighth and Coinim rcUI.
9-S-tf J. UEOItOK STKINIIOUS.
JST Dr. Sherman, the great .Special
ist, 600 North Sixth street, has gained an
enviable reputation in the speedy manner
in which ho treat all chronic dlsca-e.
See advertisement for his great Syphilitic
Eradlctor, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty cvtrywherc. 0-18-lyr.
Interest on llrpokllv
The AUxandtr County li.uiktcill pay Of
ttrtit on dtpotils in the wrings dtpart
mtnt. J 10-3-lm
A. llallcy has removi d to hl ne v
storeroom, 11 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's llloek, and next door In
the Arab engine hou-e, where he will be
plca'cd to kcu all hi' old customer and
as many new ones. 'J-30-U'
Wollre of Itt'iiKival
C. Kocli ha removed Ids boot and
shoo shop from the old Maud to hl
tiew brick building (one block below).
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, when- he will
keep the hist home made and St. l.mii
custom made boots and shoes, made of
tin beat materl.il ; good workmniiibip
and In the lntt-t styles. All order
promptly attended to. 0-23-tl.
To the 'ltlx-ii or I'ulrn.
1 would Inform mj many frleiitU. tint 1
am Mill in tile auction budnm, hiiiI re:ul)
to attend to all tales that ma) offur. My
long experiencw In this lmnluess ui cils mi
comment l Is no ex pi rimcut un my pari,
and purlieu entrusting kooU tn mj cue
cecd no bt afiulu. a lam no 'squib" cr
novice In tU bualnc.
Sptci 1 attention Riven to reulcstuto nd
utll-noor nule, as I hive never mltnod nmk
lnKalc. I HahtmaN, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth itiect and Commercial Av.
A So. 1 l.nnnilry .
It i now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the liuuclrc, .Ni . 1J Fourth street, be
tween V ttlilugt'iu Sc 0 uiiuiirul l avenues,
has one ol t'te bent conducted laundry i a-
labltsbuiFnts n tho city, and landlord ot
hoteK and bourdltic houes lll tlnd it to
their advantage to call upon her,
Her "rices are as lollows: Hotel and
uoarditig-houe washing, i!i cenm per
dozen. Fot niece work prices are
an follow: SIiikIo nldit and cut
Ur, 10c: per dozen Syci soel; 6c; two col
lars, do; twn hanilkorchleis, 5c; veits !20e;
and all gentlemen's wear, (Sue. per
dozen. Indies' dreaci?, 25 to 80
aklrts 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to 16c; two
nalr lin.B r.c: two collars 5 to H'c. For In-
die,' nlaln clothes H on per dozen; lor la
.n, nn clotheB. 81 26 ner dozen; done
dratnptly, and promptly delivered. I'a
tronaxe solicited. 8-3Mm
A riue SiloeU.
Win, Elders desires to Inform his pat
rons and the puiille generally, that hu has
now on hand a largo stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and is
prepared to mnuulacturc, lor store and
ofllce wear, the lluest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots; and for farmers,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
offered ill this murkut. 11 U LitbU itru of
the latest styles, and ho can guarantee
flt and saturation to all bis patrons.
ifirXX Amber and White rajr stock
envelopes at the Bulletin otllce, prlutet
3 60 nnd $1 00 per M.
For Nnle Plitno
A No. 1 secoii'l-liaiid, seven octavo
ulauo, as good as neiv, nianufactured hy
Hallet & Davis, Is ottered tor sale at n
bargain. Apply to
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Gaps, Boots, Shoes.
TKE. WALDEll la
raoelvinir dally . a
lurite and solondid stock or ooai,
ana Is dotertnlned to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Uo la roDOlve-l to itItc the very boat
ROjda lor tbu very lowest price. Cill
und Ben i'oi- yuuieelvet.
Corner Sixth Street avnd Ohio
iw - tr,
ra ils or aivi:ktinixo.
CJA1I lillla furadiertlalcK, aredue and y
ableiKjinvA.NCK IrauaUnt adtcrtlsInK Mflll belnwlwl attha
rate of II (0 riiarc fur the lint Iniettlun
and tl ecnU for each uh-eiieiit one. A liberal
dlMVnntvrlll Iwinadf! on (landtag anddUjiliy
Cliurch, Society, Fentivaland Supper notices
will only le Inserted at ailertlenieuta.
KorlnertlnK Kuneral notice l 'O Notice of
meetlnir of societies or ecret ordera V) centi for
inch Inaertl'in, a
aihertiemeiit will be received at tei than
THL'KSDAY, NOVEMUKIt 11. 1876.
Local or RoadlntrMoticea, of
t;u llnca or iiioio, Inserted
In the Bulletin as follow:
One inaa tlou pir llnj n Cents.
Two Insnrllons per line - 7 Ctnta.
Tmee lns-rltonn per line 10 Conta.
Six inanitions pr line - 16 Cents.
Two weeks per line .20 Cents
Oso montn per line .. 33 Cants.
No Reduction will be made In above
I.ornl WVutlier lti'nrt.
Caiho III., Nor to ,1bT5
3' 110 (
Wi.tu I Vet. I We-atii
Sersmnt. .l(nal .erUe, U. s A.
Judue lllrd Is said to be the llnct
guitar player in Cairo.
Mr. H. V. IJunietl's new bouse i
Th'-re wen two eic up for trial In
Judge llltd'.- police coutt yesterday.
A flight fnica took place down
town ycKterday between two prominent
Ilif Alcxnnilvr Siuul.v llnnk mill
my lnli'i-f.1 on Iiimiih In llif
The sociable u' -LllMTal Keliclous ball
la-t eM-iiliig was a veiy pleasant event,
and nil" well attended.
Mi-, I.Ida Pitcher, who has been
erlutisly ill lor thu past ten days, U
Aiming the arrival at the St. Charles
ei-leroay were I Jr. Scott Crow and lady,
MN H.itlle Wheeler, who has been
pending the oiimtner in Michigan, will
return tn ihi- c tv in a lew day.
1000 heils of lirttol board Just, rc
iMilm the llt'Li.urlN otllce, and lor
le to the trade'.
rrnfeor Tutptnltz, leader of the
Anna Ctiruet Hand, and a splendid musi
cian. a In the city yesterday.
Mr. Henry Mi'Ier, formerly a resi
dent it Cairo, un. I at present a citizen
of Kvausvllhs lud! ma, is In the city.
H. F. Polk, wife ami daughter, and
MNs Porterlleld. all or Vlckbttrg, Mis
sissippi, were at the St. Charles yestcr-
Mrs. Cox, a lady from lied Hud, I III-
noK who Is desirous ol renting a hotel in
tills city, Inspected tho Deltnonlco yes
Hereafter, the receptions to bo held
by the congregation of the Chin ch of the
Redeemer at tho rectory, will take place
on the llrst of each month
.Miss Kose Winston, n daughter of
the lion. Claiborne Winston, formerly ot
Cairo, is visiting at tho relilcnci of her
lunt. Mrs. Jacob G. Lynch, of tills city
Mr. Lluegar found a flaw in twenty
nine of the indictments airalust saloon
keepers ot this city, for selling llijuo
ulnors, and had them thrown Jiit
2000 note heads, 30.000 envelopes,
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statements
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper just
received and for sale at tho Hum.m in
Mr. llagwtll, efCane Girardeau, one.
ot the contractors who put in a bid at
tho council meeting Tuesday night for
bulldinir thu new levee, has been in the
city several days.
Madame Ulanulic, U. Hen lord and
wife. Miss iloslo Hart, MUa I.allnu War-
ran. J. A. Elmer and wife und John
Kidney, ot the .Madame Hlanche troupe,
are at the St. Charles.
Miss Abblo White, sister of Mrs.
Major Morrill, accompanied by the little
eh d ol Jir. anil Airs, jiuiuu, uicium?
. ' . ... . at in .e L'
vllle. ate visiting at the resldcuee ol M:iJ
A. H. Safl'unl, uf till city.
We understand that un cflort it be
IngjuaUo to iret thejlev, Ur. Thayer, of
Viuceimm, to deliver hu new leciurein
thirrelty. Hli old friends would un
doubtedly glvo blin a full liousev
In waterproof, till colors, we glveeX'
tra inducemtnts I Hest black at 00 cents
a yard. llKii.unox & W'kiu
Mr. Dr. Warducr, of this city, has
been appointed vice president of the
Woman's Centennial Committee, for thu
eighteen h rnngressmoid district of Hit
noli, luplaooof Mrs. Captain Hulllday,
whq" wa appolnterj by Mrs. Governor
Bcverldgc, but declined to act. We have
not heard whether Mrs. Wardncr has ac
cepted the honor or not.
At tho meeting of the city council.
held list night, tho contract for building
the new levee was awarded toltobt. Hag
well, of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, at fif
teen and a half cents per cubic yard.
Among ilie guests at tho Grand Cen
tral, yesterday, were O. A. Harker, Ksq.,
W. W, Hoyl. county clerk of Johnson
county, and Hugh Wallace, of tho linn
ol Carter t WallaoMill ol Vienna.
It was reported yesterday eening,
that Arthur Frost, known to many of
our clllicus. was lying ut the point of
death at his mother's, in Urooklyu, 111.,
a hinall town above Metropolis.
To Miss Klla Itobblus, we are told, Is
due the honor of making the sociable, to
be given nt tho rectory ol the Kplscopal
church this evening, what It promises tn
be a grand musical treat and generally
Judge Ulrd, not having much to do
in his police court now-n-days, Is study
ing the beautiful game of chess. Hu will
no doubt make n line player, as he is u
deep thinker, and that's the kind of a fel
low It takes to play chess.
PAHKKit & AXMiV,
lloiiaenml Kent Kalnte ARriila.
Jtit73pccial attention given so Collec
tion of Kent and Sale of Heal Estate.
Store room. 1&0 Commercial avenue,
Cairo, Illinois. IMl-'Jt
--The regular monthly sociable of the
congregation of the Church ol the Ile
deemer, Is to be held at the rectory this
evening. The musical part of the ullalr
will be excellent, as the lluet musician
tn the city will take part In it.
Mr. Frank lllnkley. sou of Mr.
Hinkley. general superintendent of the
Cairo fc St. I.ouls railroad, has been en
gaged the past few days In surveying in
the upper part of town lor the Cairo Jt
St. Louis road.
illy of Cairo,
colored anil varnished, for sale at hall
price (32.60) at the Hl'im.ktix olllee.
Mrs. John Q. Hariean of this city
received a di-patch about live o'clock last
evening from Metropolis, stating, that
her husband had been taken serlou-ly III
In that plac- yt-terd.iy. What the na
ture of Mr. riarmau'a sickness Is we have
.Vow is the lime to get your local ad
vertising and notices cheap. Head our
rates of adrertl-Iug under head of City
News. Tht'M- rates will lie given until
sitter the holidays, glvlnsr all a good op
portunity loadvertUe presents, etc.. etc.
Mrs. Colby, one of the mot elo
quent and interesting lady lecturer of the
day. well known In New York, Hoslon
and other large cities, in which she al
ways draws very la. e audiences, wi 1 1
lecture In the Liberal Kellgious Hall Sun-
lay morning and evening, November 14,
-Among the ladles and gentlemen who
will as'l-t in tile musical part of the
reception at the residence of the llev. Mr.
Hlhert. on Seventh street, thl evening,
are Mrs. W. P. Hallld.iy, Mr. Liusdeu.
Mrs. W. P. Wright. Miss Annie Pitcher,
Mis, Klla Hobblu. Miss Adda Halliday,
Mr. W. 11. Morris und Mr. James Mill-
-Fred OaIs and Irw in Dugan put In a
bid fur the building of the uewluvce. but
they went too high. They wanted
wenty.four cents per cubic yard fordo-
ngthe. work, which was just ten cents
er cubic yard more than the lowest bid
der uUVrtd lo do it tor.
- Fred U.ivl and lrwlu Dugan joined
he Knights Templar on Tue-day nilit.
They had a lively time riding the goat.
but they came out victorious in thu cud
It took the Knights until two o'clock
yesterday morning to Initiate them.
Mr. Chns. Hardy wishes to inform
Ills pupils that tho next meeting lor prac
tice will take place on Thursday eycnlng,
Nov. 11th, at Liberal Hellglous Hall, cor
ner Twelfth street nnd Washington ave
nue. A children's class will be organ
ized ou Saturday at 2 o'clock p. nt. at
the same place. 11-lKlt.
The ladies ot the Catholic churcli of
this city will hold a fair and festival at
Hurger's old stand, corner ot Ninth
street and Commercial avenue, commen
cing Tuesday evening, November Oth,
and continuing three nights. The pro
ceeds of the festival will be contributed
to the church. The aflair will be a very
pleasant one. All are Invited to attend.
Tickets of admission, tweBty-tlve cents.
The fair and festival now being held
hy the ladles of the Catholic church, iu
Hurger's old stand, corner ol Ninth street
and Coiuiucrcl.il avenue, will close this
evening. If you want to spend a most
enjoyable evening, go around this even
ing, and we guarantee the ladies having
the aflidr iu charge will make it pleasant
At the council meeting on Tuesday
night, tho city clerk was Instructed to
change the minutes of the previous meet
ing, so as to make them read that the or
dinance prohibiting the Cairo & Vln
ceniics Railroad Company from using
steam ou Commercial avenue between,
certain hours of the day, had been lost,
as the mayor, through error, had voted
ou thu ordinance, when hu had uo au
thority lor so doing.
Frank Wall, a white man, was ar
rested by Officer Lallue on Tuesday even
ing for being drunk and raUlug u dis
turbance about thu Louisiana House,
kept by the Gazola Urothcrs. He was
placed In the cooler and kept there until
yesterday morning, when he was given
a trial before Judge Ulrd, lined two dol
lars and costs and scut back to the
lock'dp to remain three days, bctatise he
Madame Ulancho and her troupe of
Continental young ladles will appear at
thu Atheuetini to-morrow nnd Saturday
nights. Madame Ulancho Is said to be,
by the press of Europe and America, one
of the most graceful and beautiful ladles
ou the stage. If this Is true, and what
thu rciilur ol this establishment says U
not false that It la "nature lor vuuujr
men to.be d n fool about woman any-
how" Madame Ulauche nnd her troupe
will be well patronized In Cairo.
Wanted, two young ladles for the
Suigc. No previous knowledge ot the
business required. Apply to-day, be
tween 10 and 13 o'clock, at the Athe
ueiitn. We have just received a full lino of
children's cloaks nnd bonnets ; also
ladles' cloaks and skirts at lower prices
than ever. Hkiliuion & Wkil.
The mayor is Just two dollars and
fitly cents out of pocket through his
great desire to have the Hon. William
Hartzcll fee what would become of the
people of Cairo If ho didn't succeed In
getting congress to appropriate money
enough to build us a new levce. He
hired a buggy of Perry Powers for a hall
day to take the congressman to the levee
wash, and had tho bill presented to the
council. It was referred to the commit
tee on claims, nnd that body refused to
allow It. which "little trick," In the
opinion of Ills Honor, "was mean."
Samuel Slatt, the man arretcd by
ahcrlll Irvlu seyeral days ago, for steal
ing the pocket book ol Mrs. W. P. Halli
day, was up for trial yesterday morning.
Slatt Is a German, and knows nothing
whatever about thu English language.
Thu evidence of the witnesses agnluU
him had to be traulatcd tor him by Nick
Williams, nnd also his evidence trail,
lated Into KnglMi for the benefit of Jus
lice Fitzgerald, belore whom Slatt was
tried. He was held to bail in the sum of
live hundred dollar to uuw,-r to the
charge of larceny at the next term of the
Men are hearties?. On Tuesday night
Mayor Whiter, lamb-like, ollcred tho sug
gestion that a berine of ten feet, Instead
ol ene of lifty feet be built from the bate
of the levee. He said by so doing citizens
of Cairo would stand un equal chance to
do the work with scrapers, against own
ers of excavators. The suggestion was
evidently made In good latth by the
mayor, In the hope- of being of benefit to
both the laboring men of our city and
the luavy tax-payer. Hut now, out of
pure cusscdiieis, some one has circulated
the report that "this is another little elec
tioneering dodxc ot Jack's," which Is, to
say the least, very unkind.
At the council meeting on Tuesday
night, the mayor read a communication
to the council, iu which he stated that the
Hon. William Hartzcll, while in this city,
had requested hhn to meet him in St
Louis to-day, and together they would
call upon Gen. Shup-on, for the purpose
of aicertalulni: how much of an appro
priation Congress would have to make
to nulld the new levee. The mayor sug
geiled that a committee be appointed to
accompany hhn to St. Lout. After the
matter lud been considered by the conn
cil. Mayor Winter appointed as such
committee Aldermen Halliday, Wright
and Ncllis, who, provided General Siuii
sou was In the city, were to have started
for St. Louis yesterday.
The latest news iu regard lo the
whlskv ring, which will interest the
Cairo people particulaily. Is contained In
the billowing item, from the St. Louis
Timts of yesterday : "The latest report
Irom the grand jury is to the effect that
cu indiclnn nt has been found against
Col. D. H. Munn, late snpervior of in
ternal revenue for the Illinois district,
but removed soon niter the raids hist
spring. Munn had been connected wilh
tiie internal revenue service In vailous
capacities for &oaic time and was on
friendly terms with the St. Louis ofllcials.
On one occasion during Ids olllcial career
he was ordered over here from Washing
ton to look tor Irregularities, and made
un examination ol the Uushy distillery
which was then running out .crooked
whisky. Munn remained about the city
fur some lime and then returned, but re
ported no frauds to the headquarters.
Upon this It is said is based the Indict
ment against hhn."
One great feature ot the Madame
Ulauche troupe Is the performance of
Professor Uenford, who dctles living men
to fasten hhn with ropes so that
he cannot extricate himself from their
folds. He pertormed this feat long be
fore the Davenport Hrotltera commenced
It, and made a specialty of It iu Europe,
appearing before some ol the most prom
inent people. During the Crimean war,
previous to thu battle of Halaklavn, in
which the gallant six hundred rodo to
fame and death, he llrst exerted himself
in this feat In making his
escape from the Itusslau Cossacks,
who had captured him ami Lord Henry,
and who had determined to put the liro-fe.-sor
to death. The Cossacks hound
him tightly with ropes. His e.capo
proving miraculous, and In showing how
dllllcult it was. lie discovered that no
man iu Ills command, the Scotch Greys,
could securely bind hhn. From this he
became famous in the old country, and
will now exhibit the wonderful leat to a
Cairo audience ou Friday and Saturday
nights. The professor claims that no
snlrltual medium can excel lilm In this
performance, audUhat hu tully
the secret of thu cabinet act
November Tcrin-'Uirl ny
In thu cases of tho various liquor
dealers, numbering in all twenty-one,
eighteen of the Indictments weruquashed.
The Judge took tho cases of Divld Harry,
Charles Baker and John Sella under ad-
vNcment until this morning.
Iu thu case of Archie Robinson, for j
larceny, the deleiidant was fined twenty
five dollars and costs, and sentenced to
sixty days in the county Jail.
in the case ot Grace Wlnsor, for
keeping a house of Ill-fame, the defend
ant plead guilty and was lined fllty dol
lar and costs.
In the case of Bortha Castle, for
keeping a house of ill-fame, tho defendant
plead guilty and was incd lllty dollars
In the case of Bcrtlu Castle, for keep
ing a disorderly house, a not was en
tered by the people's attorney.
A Man Huh vcr
To Cowperthwalt & Phillips to try thoso
Gold Bucklo cigars.
Once moiv; Belches Forth its Firey
to mina max
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 Stylo,
No goods that smell of powder of the war of 1812 ; goods well made
and sponged, only for sale flt3 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 in what wo ask to mnko oustomora out of you all. Wo don't ask your patvonago on account of bo
Ihk "friends" or old Cairoitcs (as wo havo boon known horo lo ! thoso many yenrsj but to save you tho
almighty dollar. Tho timn for paying for friendship is gono. Our stock of Fino Uudorwcar, tho InrgCHt
in tho city, at prices to milt nil. Wo mnko war on high prices. As Usual,
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
Thefollowlngls the programme forthe
parlor concert to be given at the reside nee
of Itev. Chas. A. Gilbert this evening:
1. Violin and Piano-Hoheinlan Girl
Miss Fhlllls Howard and I'rof. Elscnburg.
2. Solo "Who's ut My Window.1' Os
Miss Annie Pitcher.
3. Solo, '
'MNcrere II Trovatore'
Mrs. M. F. Gilbert.
Mrs. W. P. Hallidayand Miss Pitcher.
o. solo, instrumental.
Mrs. II. L. HalliJay.
5. Solo and Clioru "You'll Miss Me
When I'm Gone.'' Dauk.
Mr. Halliday, Miss Pitcher, Mers.
Morris and Phlllls.
Misses Ada Halliday and Ella lJobblii".
2. Solo, Vocal.
Mrs. J. M. Lansdcn.
3. Solo, Instrumental.
Mls Lucie I). WlUon.
4. Duet. "Listen, 'Tls the Wood Hird'e
Mr. W. P. Wright a-id Miss Pitcher.
5. Airs On Tumblcronlcon.
Mr. E. O. Dudley.
0. Solo and Chorus "Heaven lllefs
Mamma." Do 'IJhfer.
Mr. Halliday ..MM Pitcher. Messrs.
Morris and Phillis.
Jtotiro lo Hhlpper
l'ron'"aud after this date all freight
for points reached by the St. Louis. Iron
Mountain & Southern railway, will be
received at the Cairo & Vlncenn s rail
way depot, corner Second streit and
Commercial avenue. J. Zimmku,
Cairo. Nov. 11, 187f. Agent.
Any and nil pcrms haviifg bills agalnU
ino will send the same by mail to A. '
Comings, Esq., and after the same are 1
adjusted, they will lie paid. All persons
knowing themselves Indebted to me will
please come forward and settle.
ll-ll-2t. Cut. W. H. Sandusky.
iv Hen! .Mnrkct.
Jacob Walters and Chris Anllius, two
ot our well-known butchers hav asso
ciated together and under the firm name
of Jacob Walters A Co., have opened a
meat market on the north Mde of Eighth
street, iu Phil Howards old stand. This
will be a first-class market In every re
spect, ns tho names of the proprietors
guarantee a market where Hie choicest
ot cut meats, steaks, roasts of beat', mut
ton, pork and venison; together with
sausage, bacon, etc., will be served out
ti j.iiliittincc (n iinnf mill en tlifupf flVV
manner. All their old friends or new ac -
miiilntnnccK are Invited to call and seu
The llrm of Parker & Cunningham Is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Either party Is authorized to use the
name of the llrm In settlement of old
accounts. Dyas T. Pabkuii.
R. II. Ct'SMNUllAM.
Dyas T. Parker & Co. will still con -
thine the bu.luess ns successors to the
old llrm. Otllce. 77 Ohio Levee; ware-
house. Twcnty-ci'Mith street ami unto
Cairo, 111., Nov. 5, 1815.
l'oiuireMet Yeal Xiillee.
I have this day secured the sole agency
for tho rfalo of Gall. Fleischman &
Company's compressed yeast, either
wholeselo or retail. Dealers can
be supplied nt any and all
times hy calling on me. This Is tho only
yeast of the kind In market that Is gen
uine. W. L. BrMnl, 32 Eighth street.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 25, 1S7.1. 10-23-1 m.
New cottage, 0 rooms, corner Seventh
and Walnut streets, occupied at pres
ent by Mr. Winter. Will bo vacant on
Monday, Nov. 1. Kent $22 per month.
Apply on Seventh, second door from
above house. 10-30-tf
Wu received this m6rmuga new supply
of Ladies' nnd Misses' knitted jackets
with and without sleeves; also u line lot
of children's bonnets, which wo offer at
a gru ,t Inducement.
HKll.BnOK & WUIL,
112 and lit Commercial Avenue
BIG GUN !
The motto of Ilcilbron cc
"Quick sales und small profits."
Shawls nnd Cloaks of all the late
styles ranging from the cheapest to the
finest. .1. Hurger&Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, and
are able to undersell any Iioumj In the
city. Call and be convinced.
Don't fall to see that handsome line
or Ladies' Ties nnd Hibbousat J. Hurger
Look at the splendid stilt lor six dol
lars you can get at Heilbron & Well's,
112 and 1 1 1 Commercial avenue.
Thoc who need whiter boots should
call ou H. Jouus, Commercial avenue.
lli stock ot French and Domestic calf
skins Is the Ix'St iu tho market.
Our Domestic Department is complete
iu nil its details, and will be sold cheaper
than ever. J. Humimt & Co.
For Embroiderle aiid Laces, go to J.
Hurger & Co.'s, No. 124 Commercial ave
nue. H. Jone, the Commercial avenue
hoot-maker, can furnish you with the
beet pair of boots to bo found In thu city.
Tiie ben and cheapest hats can be
found at Heilbron & Well's.
Ladles, misses and children's under
wear at very low prices at .1. Hurger &
The lluest stock of dress goods, con-
lstlur ot Cnv-iuicrcs, Empress Cloth'1,
Diagonals. Mohairs. Poplin., at J. Hur
ger & Co.'s, 121 Commercial avenue.
'We are ottering a full line of jcaas at
cost price. Hkiluiion & Wk.il.
For great bargains In Flannels, call
on J. Hurger & Co. They have the bet
' assorted stock in the city, and sell them
1 at astonishingly low prices.
II you want a good Custom-made
1 lady's or miss's shoe call on J. Hurger
! & Co.
erTHE ALEXAXDEll COUNTY
( HANK WILL PAY INTEREST ON
I DEPOSITS IN THE SAVINGS DE
Just received, another lot of those
calico remnants at C cents a yard, at Heil
bron & Well's.
J. Burger & Co, call cpcolul atteiv
tlon nf lioiiukeennrs anil those contem
plating keeping house, to their large
I stock ol entirely now carpets and oil
:' cloths. This is their llrst season In that
Hue, and are couildcnt of suiting all in
the latet designs,
j For cork-soled boots or shoes, go to
H. Jones, the Commercial avenue boot
mid shoo maker. Ho is a first-class work
, man and never falls to please,
i All styles of troods marked down to
suit thu times at Heilbron ic Well's.
A very largo assortment of German
town yarn, Bermah zephyrs, and every
nttielo appertaining to tills department
' ' a11 sl,a,Jes and colors, at J. Burger A
. C 0 s
Flue, neat and stylish box-toed
stitched boots and shoes are made
specialties by R. Jones, the Commercial
avctitio boot and shoe manufacturer.
Give hhn a call.
. Heilbron & Well have reduced their
men's und boys' overcoats to astonish
ingly low prices.
I. Rnrcer Sr. Co. havu now on hand
1 . ...., . nnil itton
J KU, Glom cvur br0ailt t0 this ci,y, aml
j nrfl lteterinluttl to sell them ut remark-
I ably low figures.
Tin best one dollar Kid Gloves fouud
iu this country can bo bought ut Heil
bron & Well's, 112 and 111 Commercial
I hereby notify tho bii'Jiii'Sa men of
this city, and public at large, that I will
not bo responsible for any debts con
tracted iu my name, unless made by mo
personally. Mas. An.vik Coysk.
Thu Dulmonlco Saloon,
alley, shooting gallery, aud all
pertaining to tho establishment, lor
terms of sale, apply to
10-20-tf Miu. Akuii: Covju:.
Don't forget to get your present of 10
yards of the hot calicos berore
elsewhere, at Heilbron & Well's.
t-v ivrtvm Utiilr iilitIuail 'for Inrnmnittl
.XJliilliy. efcj rfsllncc uuncwsssrjrt ft af-
, JJliiHty, eto . fslhmce uuinw-ssnry i fra ur-
W ilmci. Mill l. Imix KM7, Chlcaao,
Flame and brines
LYNCH & H0WLEYS
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lauds In Alexander county.
"Winter's Block" nnd "Winter's
A large number of desirable Resi
dences, and excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses and residence,.
Business houe on Levee, lately
cupled by Cunningham & Stllwell.
Business house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cror, Cole
man & Co.
Winter's Block- suitable for Hotel,
Olllces or Business rooms cheap.
Teiiemi'iits numbered 4, 7, Sand 9. In
Winter's Row, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 CO 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, Hear Wash
ington avenue 1 rooms $10 n month.
Store room In "Pilot House," Intel
occupied by A. Halloy.
Store room lately occupied by nowo
Sewing Machine Co., on Commercial
avenue, near Ninth street.
Two small Houses west f Twenty
second street, near Pine, fi each per
-Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, C rooms, for 312 per month.
loro room on Levee, aoove bigmii
street ?20 per month.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
,V number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside lire limits. Also
a largo number of other Lots In duierout
Lands, iu tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Steamer Jim Flk. Paducah.
" Ashland, Cincinnati.
" City Chester, St. Louis.
" II. II. Cooke, Evausville.
" Assumption, Louisville.
" Colorado, Vicksburg.
Tow-boat Leopard, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Ashland, New Orleans.
City Chester, Memphis.
B. II. Cooke, Evansvlllc.
' Assumption, Missouri.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
" Mollie Moore, New Orleans.
Tow-Boat Leopard, St. Louis.
nlVKlt, Wr.ATHEH AND DUSINKS-i.
The river last evening was 8 feet 0
Inches on the gauge, having risen 3 Inchc
during thu previous twenty-four hours.
The weather is clear again and be'
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS;
NOVEMBER 12 & 13. :
First api'caraucc of
In licr Itetlned nnd Classical Knttiialummt,
Krumtnted ly trmipe of ContlntnUl young
I.iiuVa, io line urUty Conipaay Iu eoloi,
ProfsMw Xfcml,Uia sTSt sMsUvaa.
IU appear, at oaob psrfonosaos , aad
alvm to Ut aatlafaction of all tava Mis-
MMtrabls MratMiM W mHW
aa aprwai pom wiu mm svsvim
on tk itim. uut two -"--
Isots froaa tb audi' a'
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