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ASCAI.OX I.ODUI", NO, 61.
hIkM of I'ytlilas, iiiccl every Krf
night t half-it seven, in (Mil'
OWS' Hall. J.KU, II (iOMHAH,
At.KYANtlRtt.T.nlXlK. MO. 221
Independent Onler or Udd-Kel
low. meets every 'lliurmlay nUbt
at imlr hiki tni. In their null on
Commercial avenue, Mwrrri sixth nni Kcventli
-.irceia. t iuiiiii, w,
1AIIIO I'NOAMI'MKNT, I. . O. V., meets
OJii'OUlr'rlluMM' Hill on the first and third
lui"iU) In every month, t huli'-nst seven.,.
.Ino, II. Uiii.hu:, C. V
mm i mini.1 t.-m..V. A A. M
IIaI.I riiiitl'ir nrimmunleritlont In Miv
. sonic Hall, corner Commercial veuue
taml Kliihlh street, on the wuonil arm
burin Monday of eiuJi nionlli.
This Is :i new style of picture now be
ing iroi1iicri by Win. Winter, the iirtl-t,
ol this city. Thcso pictures nru creating
inticli interest In ull tlni ;rl t icJ pul Enslcrn
ntnl Western cities, being altogether new.
They niu unlike iliotoraplif. being
ralm.il inul beautifully enameled over tin:
entire surface, oft In tone, but distinct In
the light aiul shades. No one who sees
them fall" to admire thcin, or to glvo the
nrtUt nn order. We have ln-en shown n
number of pictures of well-known Indies
biiil gentlemen of the city, and have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
fplenilld. We would then-Ion: advise all
who take Interest In such mutters or tie
sire picture., to call upon Mr. Wh ter at
his gallery and examine his work Ii, this
new branch of the Miadow-capturlug ,ut.
Unit's I'oritrt !
If you want tinware, moves etc.that A.
llalley hai changed bis plow of bu.lne.
and can now be found at 110 Commercial
avenue, next door to the Arab engine
limiw, where he will bo pleaded to .-ee
yon and give yon birgalns as of old.
Person having cisterns needing puinj)
Ing out and repairing can have It done
promptly and nt prices to suit the time,
by mlllng on J. S. Hawkins Cros street.
I luvoamaii and pump employed all the
time for the pnrpoM'- 'J-10-tf.
New Went .Market.
Jacob Walter and ChrU Anthu, two
of our well-known butchers bavu nso
elated together and under the linn name
of .Jacob Walters Jk Co., have opened a
meat market on the north fide of Highlit
street, In I'hll Howard old Maud. This
will be a first-class market In every re
spect, as the names ol the proprietors
guarantee a market where the cholieU
ol cut meats, steaks, roasts of beaf, mut
ton, pork and ventem ; together with
sausage, bacon, etc., will be served out
to customers In n neat and satisfactory
manner. All tlieir old friend or new ac
quaintances are Invited to rail and ee
Kvcrytjody to l.ni)v that the phco to gel
A smooth shave,
A good shampoo,
A fafhlcimblc hair-cut,
Or anything to that line,
l at the (Ihano OKNiu.it. I!.u:ni:i!--'Hoi',
corner Eighth and Commercial.
l).-t( UKOIH3K jTCINHOUSS.
Wc received thl morning n new supply
of Ladies' and Mines' knltttcd jackets
wllh and without fleeve: al.o a line lot
of children' bonnet-), which we oiler at
a great inducement.
Hkii.iiiio.v it Willi.,
1 12 and lit Commercial Avenue.
A. llalley has removed to his new
store room, 115 Commercial nvenue, op
posite Winter's Mock, and next door to
the Arab engine hou-e, where he will bo
pleased to R-e all Ids old customers and
as many new ones. 0-IIO-tf
Nolle of Jlviuoiul,
C. Koch has removed his boot and
shoo shop from the old Maud to his
new brick building (one block below),
No. IK) Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth street.-, where he will
keep the hot homo made and St. I.oui
custom madu boots and shoes, made of
thu best material ; good workmanship
and In the latwt styles. All orders
promptly attended to. U-23-U.
A So. 1 l.Hiuitlry ,
It in now conceded that Mm. Coleman,
the hundred, Nr. 12 Fourth street, lie
twe en Washington .V Commercial avenues,
tits one of ttiu liCbt conducted laundry t
tablUhments in tlio city, and landlords ot
hotols and hoarding bonbon 111 lltid it to
their sdvaDti;o to rail upon her.
Her prices arc as follows: Hotel and
boRrdlng.houso washing, i.i cents per
dozen. Foi pleco work tiriies nro
as follows: Slnsle chlrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen 80c; sock fie; two col
lars, Be; twu handkerchiefs, 5c; voits UOc;
end all gentlemen's wear, f?9c per
dozen. I.adlcb' dresses, 2T to BOe;
iWirttn la 20c: drawers 10 to 10c; two
pair hoio 6c; two collars t tu 10c. for la
dies' nlaln clothes 31 00 per dozcu; (or la.
.Hog Ann rlothea. 01 25 ncr dozen; tlone
drantptly, and promptly delivered, l'a
tronage solicited. SWlMm
A l ine Mock.
Win. Khlcrs desires to Inform Ids pat
rons mid thu public L'encrally, that ho ha?
now on hand a largo stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and
prepared to manufacture, lor store ami
olllcu wear, the finest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots; and for farmers,
draymen andoitt-door wear generally, liis
French Kip stands above nnytiiing evi
ottered in thfs market. His Lasts are
the latest styles, ami he can guarantee a
til and satiilatlon to all Ids patrons,
Stir XX Amber and Whlto rug stock
envelopes at thoBiiLiKi i.v olllce, prlntecS
;i 60 and $4 00 per M.
fur Nnlp I'lniiii,
A No. 1 seeou'l-hnnd, seven oetav
piano, as ood as no.v, manufactured by
llallet & Davis, Is oflcved lor sale at
bargain. Apply to
K. A. UurtSKTT,
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoc3.
TKK. W ALDER la rncolvlnir
laro and ntiloudld
Btock of iroodi,
and In determined to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Ho 1 resolvod to iftvo the very best
ROuda for the very loweat prices. Cut
uud eoo for youreelvc.
Corner Sixth Strootuud Ohio
iatiuh or An'i:iiriNi.i.
Kj-All Mils for ivlvctlitluK, Aledlirnud uiy
Iranilrtit a'tvertlnhiB will he Inserted at tlm
rate of 1 ) rt'U:tre for the firat liiu-tlion
urnl VMefitu foreuch ti1iciiient one. A lllxTal
llKoiintwlll he maJo onatnntllntf utnl illsjilay
t'liiLfrli, Society, Festival anil .Supiier notlrci
Will only Im IntcrU-d a advert! H-mcnUi
For lllertInK Funeral notleu ft to, Notice of
mtetlnicof socletlm or secret orders WicuiH lor
ruch Insertion .
Xo aiherthement will lie received nt less than
FltllJAY, NOVEMIJKK 12, 1370.
bk -2X.ocal or Reading Notices, of
iff: 'VJ0- ten llnea or more, Inserted
m" ' In the Bulletin tia follow :
One Insertion pur line " Cents.
Two ineertione per line 7 Cent.
Three insertions per line 10 Cents.
Six Insertions per line ....- .16 Cents.
Two weokspar linr ... 26 Cent.
Ono month per line ......... !15 Cants.
no itonuction wm do maao in noove
I.oenl Wenttirr Ilrporl.
Cxlno.lLL., Nov 11 ,IrT5.
'Hah. I Titr..
tcriresnt. Signal ."-ervlcc, U. ft A.
The Catholic fair closed lat night.
The weather ol the pait two day ha.s
Ituines has been pretty good in tin:
eity lor the pat few days.
.Itidgr llro-t U Mill lianl at work In
the county court.
Judge Itird did nothing In the police-
The streets and erosngs are drying
up very fast.
The past fi-w nights have been beau
tiful, though a Utile cold.
1000 slnt ls of In iMol board jmt re
ived at Hi'- lln.i.KTi:; oflice, and lor
ale to the trath-.
Kxchango for tale on all the princi
pal cities of Europe at Enterprise Savings
Louis Herbert Is a father ouco more,
hoy. turning the scales at ten pound?,
the latest at Mr. Herbert's house.
.Madame Blanche, with her troupe ot
oung ladle.-, appear for their first per
formance at the Atheneuin to-night.
Mrs. Hannan ha? gone to Mntropo-
s, w here her luii-uami, .loiiu uarmau,
was taken sick on Wednesday veiling.
J. A. McQullin, an extcnt-ive book
and iMatloiiCiy tki'ler of New ork, was
at the St. Charles yesterday.
Major T. ltlce, of St. Louis, was
among the at rivals at the St. Charles
iOOO note head, 30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter heads', 10 reams statements
0 reams bill head- Carlisle paper just
received and for sdu at the Hi'u.ivriN
Miss Imogene Steele, of thU city, left
lor Chlceuo. vestenlay. where shu will
remain for about a mouth, visiting.
Sam Fo-ter says the druggUts of
Cairo will bo broken up by the chill-pad
man and traveling doctors, If something
Isn't done very soon.
Mr. Walton W. Wright and Miss Mat-
tie Williamson are to bo married In tlio
Methodll!ohut ch at 9 o'clock next Thurs
Mrs. Colby, the noted lady lecturer
of Chicago, will lecture at Liberal ltc-
liglous Hall In this city on Sunday morn
ing and evening.
In waterproof, all colors, we give ex
Ira Inducements ! Host black at IH) cents
a yard. Hr.annos fc i:n..
The Cairo Boating Association are
getting ready, wo arc Informed, to give
a narty on the steamer Eckcrt. It Is to
take place some time next week.
Thu Cairo & Viiiceiines Railroad
Company Is again at work putting gravel
on Commercial avenue. Ifthey keep on
they will soon have thu street In good re
Cairo is now ulesseu witutwosnaKe
snearhurcliibs. One Is composed of mar
tied ladies and gentlemen, Willie uiu
other Is madu up principally of pupils of
thu high school.
Thu ladies of llio Catholic church
who linen been conducting their fair In
Burirer's old str.ud slnco Tuesday even
Imr. brouerht the affair to a close last
Bagwell, the timu who has been
awarded the contract for building the
now levee, Is to receive four thousand
seyen hundred and fifty dollars cash, and
the same amount in city warrants.
Mayor Winter and Aldermen llalll
day, Wright and Xellls left for St. Louis
to Interview General Simpson on the
probablu cost of the now levee,
JIUi Thompson and Miss Harrcll, of
Wind i Vet.
S II : "
.- I 1G I'alr.
the Thirteenth sttcctschool, Miss lingers,
of the Eleventh street schoolj and Mrs.
Obcrly, paid the High School a visit yes
- Lumber Is now being hauled for a
new ddewalli to be built on the south
side of Twelfth street, between Commer
cial avenue and the levee. The walk on
the north side of the treet Is also under
Vily of Citlrit,
colored and varnished, for sale at half
price ($2.00) at thu Ul'M.kii.v olllce.
A large party of the young friends
and acdiialntauces of Will Smith, son of
Dr. William Smith of this elty.wlll aein
ble at the houo ol that young gentleman
this evening and partake of his, hopl
tallty. A merry time Is looked forward
Mr. Mears, father of Mrs. I. W.
Miiuii, formerly of this city, is now in
Cairo vMtlng tit the residence of Circuit
Clerk Vocinn. .Mr. Meats arrived in
Cairo on Wednesday, nnd Is looking un
usually hale lor a gentleman of bis
Now U thu time to get your leal ad
vertising and notices cheap. Bead our
rates of advertising under head of City
News. These rates will be given until
after the holidays, giving all a good op
portunity to advertise presents, etc., etc.
The Indian oil peddler who has been
holding torlh at various places in our
city, Is gifted with a wonderful amount
of gab, and a fine pair of lungs. He is
not slow at gathering big crowds about
him, and w hat's better Mill, hu knows
how to keep them when he gets them.
Madame Blanche and her troupe of
continental young ladles appear for the
first time in Cairo at the Atheneuin this
evening. They will remain over to-mor
row night, and give another pel form-
ancc. ilckets or aumhtiou lor sale at
Dan Hartman's, at the usual prices.
Very Interesting and Instruetlve llt-
erav exercise, minic. etc., now tawo
place every Friday afternoon at the high
school. The exercHes of this utternoon,
Is said, will be witnessed by n number
of ladles and gentlemen interested in the
clfare of the public schools.
Mr. Clias. Hardy wishes to inform
his pupils that the next meeting for prac-
ce will take place on Thursday evening,
Nov. lltii, at Liberal Religious Hall, cor
ner Twelfth street and Washington ave
nue. A children's clas will be organ
ised on Saturday nt 2 o'clock p. m. at
thu same place. ll-ll-Iit.
A letter directed to Mrs. Josephine
Butler or Mrs. Ida IlarrN. brought down
on the Mississippi Central road Wedncs-
y night by one of the train hands, and
placed in the bauds of a small boy to be
delivered, has not yet reached thu party
to whom addressed. Anyone knowing
of such letter will confer a favor by leav
ing it at this ofticc.
The Indian oil man says the Peoria
people gave the Cairo people a very bad
name to him. "But." says he. "since
coming to Cairo,. I Hud that there are
many clever gentlemen here. 1 hey are
poken of very highly at home, but the
trouhl? Is, they have a d u bad reputa
The Metropolis Timet says : On
riday night of last week a surprise
overtook many of our citizens. Mi's
Anna Lovelace was married at her
mothcr'n residence to Mr. Lincoln, of
Cairo. The ceremony was conducted by
cv. Houts, of thu M. E. Church. Thu
parties have the withes of the Timts for
tlteir luppines and prosperity."
fiS-FKVKB AND AOUE 1'ADS-ffiO
iQTi'on ,vn: ATT3a
tar Paul o. scnuiFs.-TBa
t103 Commercial Avenue, Cairo.-(&I
The party of hunters who passed
through thN city a few days ago, from
Kankakee, HI., headed by F. Hullng, on
their way to Missouri for a two mouth
hunt, passed through Cairo yesterday on
their return to their home, having found
hills and fever in greater abundance
where they Intended hunting, than they
Mr. Bagwell, of Cape Girardeau, thu
gentleman who lias been given the con
tract for building tho levee, we are In
formed by Captain Dean, of the St.
Charles Hotel, Is a gentleman thoroughly
vere.l In the work ho has undertaken, hay
ing built the eartli work of the Capo Gi
rardeau and Suite Line railroad, which
s pronounced the tlucst of thu kind ever
done in the West.
Alderman Hlttenhouso received a
dispatch trom Mr. Bagwell, who Is to
build the new levee, dated at St. Louis,
stating that ho was having his tools
shipped to tills city, for the purpose of
going to work, and that they would be
hero to-day. He requested Alderman
Kittenhouse to have Clly Attorney Black
have tho contract ready for him to sign
upon his return here, so that there would
bo no delay In getting to work.
Thomas G. Ord, the man arrested by
Sergeant Wooten and Olllcer Sargent on
.Monday night for trying to pass a ten
dollar nolo on an tip-town taloou keeper,
was up before United States Commis
sioner Candeo for trial yesterday. Judge
Mulkey appeared as counsel for thu de
fendant, who, uacr being examined, was
held to ball In the sum of onu thousand
dollars, to answer tho charge at tho next
term of tlio circuit court. Hu went to
jail In default of ball.
A little eolorcu gin iiamcu l auny
Green, aged live years, had her skull
badly hurt yesterday morning by
being struck with a brick thrown from
the top of ahonsooii Eighth street, wiieru
her father was at work repairing tho roof.
Tho child was playing near thu sldu ot
tho house, when tho old darkey, her
father, not seeing the child, threw tho
bricks down. The unfortunate child was
carried to Dr. Wardner's olllce, where
medical aid was administered. It Is
thought the child will die.
Says the Metropolis Times : "Cairo
nnd Metronolls are being united by mat
rimonial tics. Mrs. Glass, (or years a
resident hero, married aC.iiro geutieinau.
Then Mrs. Carmlchal married another
one of the same place. Then Judge
Mulkey sought and won the hand Oi'MIss
House, and last week Mr. Lincoln came
nnd look ofTas his wife Miss Anna Loyc
hnc. Cairo gentlemen evlilenlly know
where to find good wives. There Is not
a town of the size of Metropolis in thu
State that can turn out ns many excellent
live partners as this city can."
Wanted, two young ladles for the
tagc. No previous knowledge of the
business required. Apply to-day, be
tween 10 nnd 12 o'clock, at the Athe
neuin. Two men balling from Arkana.,
named Thomas Mercer and Bemas Car
ter, real specimens of rural simplicity,
arrived In this city over the Cairo and
Vlncennes railroad, on U cdnciday night,
and procured lodging at the St. Charles
Intending to take the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern road for their
home yesterday morning. They were
assigned room No. CI, and retired for the
night at about 11 o clock. At about
12 o'clock, the clerk discovered that ga
was escaping somewhere in the house.
and upon going to the room of the Ar
kansas gentlemen, found that they had
blown the gas out upon going to bed and
bad the door securely fastened on tin:
iimdc. Alter considerable trouble a
darkey scrvnnt was "boosted" over the
transom, when It was found, upon going
Into the room, that both the men were
almost choked by inhaling the gas. They
were finally aroused, and recovered
sulliciently to continue their journey
homeward on the llrst train yesterday
We have JnM received a full line of
children's cloaks and bonnets ; also
ladies' cloaks and skirts at lower prices
than ever. Hi-.ii.uno.x & Wi;it..
InvltAtlons to the marriage of Mr.
Walton W. Wright and Miss Mattle Wil
liamson, at the Methodist church next
Thursday night at nine o'clock, have
been extended to a large number of the
friends and acquaintances of the lady and
gentleman. A Iter the marriage ceremony,
which will lie performed by the Kev. Mr.
Gilliam, a reception will be held at the
re-idenee of tin- bride's father, from ten
until twelve o'clock. Mr. Wright and
Mls Williamson are well known to every
member ot society in Cairo, and are
highly esteemed by all. The following
is a copy of thu invitation :
Mr. f Mm. WALTON W. WKIOHT
CEIIEMONT AT 1IU METllOIlT tllfncil
Corner hhrhtliuml Walnut streets,
Thursday, Xov. 18, 1675,
At 0 u'c'.ock, ii.iu.
IlcslUuiire or flrlilo's Fulher,
la to 12 o'clock.
November Trrai I'ourlli Day Judge
Ilrottw I're SKUUK.
In thu cau of the People vs. Thomas
Seyinourand Emlliue .Smith, for fornica
tion, the defendant was discharged.
In the matter of the estate of Margaret
Held, deceased, Daniel Held, administra
tor, bond was lliud and approved, and
ordered that letters of administration bo
Ill the matter ol the estate of Margaret
I kill. deceacd, Daniel Held, administra
tor, it was ordered that Nicholas Felth,
John Prttess and Edward Under be ap
Ashley K. Xorthup v. Harrison Wood
inancc, administrator of thu e-tate A. A.
Ariek, deceased; assumpsit; judgment
rendered In favor of claimant lor $1."),000.
n; of fcventli-clus. clalup.
The Iloii.r.viii IVnt.
Eititou Bci.t.Krix Having read, this
morning, lu your valuable paper, an :ul
vertlement lliat a rroteor lleulonl, a
spiritualist who heretofore made a stir in
other cities, will perform some rope-
tying feats, 1 beg to say, that as a be
liever in spiritualism, and one who lias
attended many spiritual meetings in New
York and elscwlif re, that I never wll
ne.sed a medium who could successfully
perforin tlioso feats without the use of a
screen for his body ; and I do not think
it can be done independent of the aid of
confederates. If it is to be a test, let it
be a fair one, let the rope be a strong one,
ami the men who tie him well-known
and honorable citizens. -M. S. S.
KniTou Ik'i.i.KTi.s : I have read tho
so-called Beuford's adverthcuicut of his
rope feat, anil am willing to bet him $500
that I can tie him so that lie cannot re
lease himself. It he Is a medium, us hu
claims to he, I will also wager him S500
that lie cannot release himself in Hlie
presence of an audience without the aid
of cabinet or screen.
Those who are sick should not put oil
from day to day tho means of cure. For
In tills way many miserable days are
passed, and many valuable lives lost.
I)o not delay ; you should at once call on
Dr. A. 1). Frit., at tho Arlington House,
who will lell you tho nature of your dis
ease, and what properties medicines
should contain to cure you. The doctor
cures blindness (from catarrh) In twenty
minutes, relieves deafness immediately,
cures Inflammation ot tho kidneys, liver
complaint, biliousness, catarrh, rheiiuu.
Usui, weak lungs, ili-ean-s peculiar to re
males, heart disease, fever sores, tumor.-.,
nervous depression. &c., Sic,
Consultation free. Olllce ut the Ar
lington House until Monday, Nov. lfith.
t-ard of TlmilUs.,
KniTon BuM.Kiix I deslro through
youreoluinns to return my sincere and
heartfelt thanks to Mr. Or. Smith, Mrs.
Kaha, Mrs. Ilowlvy, Mrs. Beecher, and
other kind ladles, for their unceasing al
tentlon to my wife, during her hut III
ncss;alsoto(ho teiiKhers of tho Thir
teenth street public school, who so car
nestly and successfully labored to keip
their children quiet; mid to nil my
friends who nsslsted In any way, I again
return my tlmiik.
THE BIG GUN !
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
FARNBARER. 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 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 is what wo ask to mako custoraors out of you all. Wc don't ask your patronage on account of be
ing "friends" or old Cairoltea (an wo hnvo boon known hero lo I thono many years) but to saro yoti tho
almighty dollar. Tho timo for paying for friondship is gono. Our stock of Fino Underwear, tho largest
in the city, at prices to suit all. Wo mako war on high prices. As Usual,
Farxibaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
Caiko, Ii.i.., TiintsiMY Kvknino,
November 11, 1S75.
Tho weather, after a twelve hours' rain
on Tueday, cleared up, and yesterday
and to-day have been bright, mild and
pleasant. The streets were a little muddy
and disagreeable, but the bright sun nnd
fresh breeze have succeeded In removing
all that was unpleasant in (hem.
The market rules quiet and unchanged.
Transactions in flour have been larger
than Usual, prices being so low that spec
ulator!; were Induced to take hold ; but
tho market is quoted very dull. Hay is
overstocked : storaj'o room all taken up,
and no demand. There is nothing doing i
lu corn. Oats are quiet ; only a moder
ate demand. Meal is very dull at $2 W)
to-day. Bran Is dull and unchanged.
Large receipts ot butter have stocked the
market and weakened prices. Eggs are
firm and scarce at 20c. Chickens arc not
wanted at all ; wc note chickens offering
for hale that have been In market the last
two weeks. Choice apples are in de
mand. Other branches noted below.
Train-actions havo bceu larger than
usual but the market Is very dull. The
present low pricci have Induced specula
tors to take hold, making the move
ment heavier; stocks are too large for
tlio demand. Sales werelXX) bids. XXX,
.23; 300 bhls various grade.-1, $1.50
2100 bbK various grades, $KQ7 ; 50
bills, various grades. $j.2."Q," ! COO bhls.
city, J5()".50; 100 hbls. XXX on track,
.221; l."0 bbU various grades, $ l.7u
The market Is overntockcd and storage '
room is all taken up. There is node-1
mand at all. We note sales of 3 cars
mixed delivered, 12; 1 car good mixed
delivcicd, $14 ; 2 cars mixed delivered, j
S12 ; 1 car choice mixed delivered, 51 1 ;
1 car good mixed delivered, $13.
The market Is well supplied and thete
Is no demand lor any kind. Prices rule
the same ns last reported. Wc note sales
ofl car whlto in bulk on track 50c; 1 car
white in bulk on track 50c.
The demand Is fair and market fully
supplied. Salt-a were 2 cars rejected lu
bulk on track 32e ; 1 earXo. 2 in bulk on
track 3fc ; 1 car Galena in bulk on track
3Sc; I car mixed while in sacks delivered
42c: 3 cars Southern Illinois lu bulk on
track 3tc. J
Very dull ; stocks are not large, but
thete Is no demand at all. Sales reported j
were 200 bbls. country steam dried i
delivered, 52 50. I
Plenty altering and but little demand.
Car load lots are quoted at $15 50 deliv
ered. Wc note sales of 300 sacks nt
Large receipts have stocked tlio market,
and prices have u tendency to weaken.
Wo note sales of 100 pounds strictly
choice Northern 30c ; 10 buckets choice
Southern Illinois 23e ; 5 buckets cholco
Southern Illinois 25c; 10 tubs choice
Northern 20(a-J7o; 10 tubs medium
Northern 25e ; 100 pound choice Nortli-
j em roll 2fi27c ; I packages bouthcrn
Illinois 20u; 1 packages cholco Northern
Good demand and scarce. Prices arc
firm at 20c. We note sales of 500 dozen
20c ; 500 doeu 20c.
Tho glut continues for want of a de
mand to dispose pf receipt. The mar
ket Is full and the only sale wo havo to
report U 5 coops mixed. $2 60.
Dull. Wo note sales ol 500 buhels
Northern Peach Blows. 10c.
Cholco are in good demand at quota
tions. Wo note sales of 3 cars WlneSaps,
$22 23 ; 10 barrels Ben Davis, $3l 25;
10 barrels Wluu Saps, S3 "3 ; 10 barrels
choice red, 33 25.
The demand Is fair for choice lu goml
eondlllon. Sale were 10 barrel choice,
Plenty lu market. We note sides of
1000 heads, 7c.
Tho market Is firm ; supply limited and
demand good, Wc note sales of 5000 lbs.
clear sides, 1 le.
WnHtrit Wniton JI niter. '
I Four good wagon makers can find em
ployment by inquiring at tho Gamble
Manufactory, Cairo, III. 11-12-lt.
At Auction. i
I'arker cc Axley, auctioneer--, will oiler '
for sale, below the ferry landing, Mon-!
day, November 15th, at 2 p. m., one keel
bottom boat, suitable for family or More.
Sale positive and without reserve.
11-12-31 C. S. Dki.ay, Auctioneer.
PAKKElt &, AXI.KY,
Hoii-jp iwitl Henl IX ii I c Alfeiits.
tQySpecIal attention given to Collec
tion of Henta nnd Sale of Bcal Ktate.
Store room. 100 Commercial avenue,
Cairo, Illinois. ll-ll-2t
otir to Nhlvrt
From and after this date all freight
for points reached by the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain & Southern railway, will be
received at the Cairo & Vlncennes rail
way depot, corner Second street and
. Commercial avenue. J. Zt.MMKit,
Cairo. Nov. 11, 1875. Agent.
j Any and all persons having bills ngalu't
I me will send tho same by mail to A.
'Comings, Ksq., and nftcr the same are
adjusted, they will be paid. All persons
knowing themselves Indebted to me will
please come forward and settle.
11-1I-2C. Cut. IV. If. S.isnrsKY.
A Mint Kim Over
To Cowpcrtliwalt & Phillips to try Iho-e
Gold Buckle cigars.
Tho Delmonlco Saloon, with ten-pin
alley, shooting gallery, and all fixtures
pertaining to the establishment. For
terms of sale, apply to
' 10-20-tf Mrs. A.vxtn Covnt..
Don't forget to get your present of 10
yards of tho heft calicos before going
elsewhere, at Hellbron & Well's.
FWtlnynml 5Sitnrly lnnlng.
1 JHiniicf lUtli.
l'lut upprarance cf-
In her Hcllnrd and Clm, leal KntfiUlnmoiil,
Itfiirrncntiil by a trnttc of Continental yonnpi
liulit-4, mIm a line Vuthly Company In solos,
Farces ami -jkctehrs.
Professor Benford. tho (treat medium,
will appear, at eaoh performance, ana
nlna In tha KKtlsfafltlOn Ot Oil the her-
1 torore Impenetrable myeter les i of spirit
milium. An uprUbt pole will be oreotsrt
on tho staae, and two gentlemen e
' lected from the audlouco, may tie him
wltnarope. Uowill then, In tho full
presence of tho itudtence, without any
nM from confederates, cabinets, or
screens, release himself. Tho above) re
ward will be paid It he falls to nccont
nllah the felt.
0licnral udmUslon W ccuUi Uwarved
su.its H edits. Siats can be secured ut Duu Hart'
By" Wrtne uflle certain executions tomodi
rwtrd liy Ihc rlerk or the c milt court ol Al-
....,.. ii,.. Mutenl Ml hnnla. in favor
on'liiiilrtO hitler uii-1 William Wolf, llrm of
(J. O, I'atlrr V Lo. , ami umiiisi luinei uunuu,
I liac l ltd iuioii tlw Itillowliitf'Wril'Ml prop
erty,. In tliellret addition tollie elty of Cairo,
,i- ii-r urnl Mnii-of I lluotit. to-
will l.nt nuinlxredmiu (I) la block numbered
tHenty-i-wnt (.-). in llie I'rorerty or tho Bald
Jame Ciuioll, which 1 lill olkrat iUllcalo
nt tttu noulli-uesi dour ol tlio eirnrt bullae In tin
i'itv ot'Calro. in tut- eonntyof Alexander nnd
Slate ol Illinois, on me iiunt uay m iiaTwm ,
A l. IS7.-i, between tlio hours of nine u'eloc V,
n in., umUm-xftut'saW-Uiv, for cal. to fallt
lysulit Kxecnttoii. A I.B.N H ".''.'!
.-hcilffof AlexuniUr County, lllluols.
Cairo. Illinois, Noumbcrll, lw.
ohudued 1'or hicuniatl'
JJullltj, Ho i ivildeuco uniiwjary ijfo af-
Address f. O
box 1037, Chicago,
ml .lump fur o.i.U.;ntiM ilruilar. of vt value.
I);, II. thrum, 6 E. Wau.bt. IuuwjU, ltl.
Steamer Jim Flsk. Paducah.
" Sllvcrthorn, Evansvllle.
City of tjnincy, X. O.
" dulla, Vlcksbnrg.
Bello Memphis, Memphis.
" T. T. Hilhnan, Nashville.
" .loo Kinney, St. Louis.
' St. Joseph, Memphis.
Tow-boat Smoky City, Memphis.
Steamer Jim Flk, Paducah.
" Sllvcrthorn, Evansvllle.
" City Qulncy, St. Louis.
" Julia, St. Louis.
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
" T.T. Hlllnian, Nashville.
" Joe Kinney, Vlcksburg.
" St. Joseph, St. Louis.
Propeller Alf Stevens. Cape Girardeau.
Tow-boat -jmoky City. Cincinnati.
ItlVKIt, WEAT1IKU AND UU31NK3S.
The river last evening was 15 feet 10
1-5 inches on the gauge, having risen 1
1-5 Inches during the previous 34 hours.
Weather clear and cool.
The Sllverthorn brought 75 tons.
The St. Joseph brought 420 bales
cotton tor the east, per C. & V. road.
The J. I. Parker was aground at
Trade water w lien the Sllverthorn camo
When tho Sllvcrthorn came bv
Uuloiitowu somo tow boat, thought to bo
the Cobb Cecil, appeared to be sunk on
the bar above there.
One or two barges or the Bee were
aground at Osceola, dny before yesterday.
Tho water Is very much scattered at that
point, and pilots believe that a straight
channel down the lower way will be the
The Pat Cleburne, Capt. Ben How
ird, Is to enter the Evansvllle and
Memphis trade. The Idlewlld, Belie and
Red Cloud will be the Evniuvillc pack
ets. Capt. Walter Pennington will com
mand the Belle.
The motto of Hellbron & Well is
'Quick sales and small profits."
Shawls and Cloaks of all the late
styles ranging from the cheapest to the
linest. J. Burger & Co. have paid par
tlculur attention to this department, and
are able to undersell any house in the
city. Call and be convinced.
Don't fall to see that handsome Una
of Ladles' Ties and I'lbbonsnt J. Burger
Look at the splendid suit for six dol
lars you can get at Hellbron .fe WcII'k,
112 and 141 Commercial avenue.
Those who need winter Iwota should
call on R. Jones, Commercial avenue.
Ills atock of French and Domestic calf
sklus Is the best ill the market.
Our Domestic Department Is complete
lu all Its details, and will be sold cheapcr
than ever. J. Bckoeu & Co.
For Embroiderle ,,nd Laces, go to J.
Burger & Co.'s, No. 121 Commercial ave
nue. R. Jones, the Commercial avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair of boots to be found In the city.
The best and cheapest hatK can be
fouud at Hcllbrou & Well's.
Ladies, misses andchildreti'K under
wear ut very low prices at J. Burger &
The tlucst stock of dress goods, con
sisting .ot Gasshneres, Empress Cloili-,
Diagonal--, Mohairs, Poplins, at J, Bur
ger & Co.'s, 121 Commercial avenue.
We are offering a Aill lino of Jes at
cost price. Huunto.v & Weil.
For great bargains In Flannels, call
on J. Burger & Co. They hav tho best
assorted stock In the city, und Mil them
at astonishingly low prices.
II you want a good Custom-made
lady's or miss's shoe call on J. Burger
Just received, another lot of those
calico remnants at 0 cents a yard, at Hell
bron & Well's.
1 hereby notify tin busmen mtn ot
this city, and public at large, that I will
not bo rcspoasiblo for any ifoMs con
tracted hi my name, unless rjado by mo
personally. Mas. Ax Co.K,