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JjJ tluf nlKlit lit balf-pait seven, in OiM.
ruiowa' nan. ono.u uomman.
AI.KXANDKR I.OIKIK, MO. H4.
Inilrriiirlriit ttttr nf Oitil.Kpl-
lows, metta every Thursday night
L'oininrrclal nvi'iiu, Utwsn sixth anil fid colli
m I nii-nniu wim. in mrir nan on
itrtcu. i j.nii.Tii rt. ii.
1A1K0 KNCAMPMK.NT, I. O. O. l. incrta
Vyin uiia-roiiows' Han onitie nnianu intra
I uvxlaj In eTciy month, nt half-oust sevrn.
Jan. II, OiimiLY, C. I.
A. CAIIIO LODUC, NO. 237, A. 1'. A A. M.
Hold regular cotnmunlcntloiK In Mn
sonic Hall, corner Commercial nvtiue
' atel KU-lith ftrMt, on the Mcoml mJ
'uurtlt Monday of web tuotilti.
Till Is a ww style of picture now be
ing produced by Win. Winter, tlio artist,
(il tills city. These pictures are creating
milch Interest In ull tliu prlncli:il I-'nstcrn
11 ml Western eltlcs, being altogether new.
Tliey are unlike photograph", bring
ralcd ami beautifully enameled over the
entire Mirlace, soft In tone, but distinct In
thu lights and shades. No otic who sees
them fulls to admire them, or to give tlio
artist nn order. We have been thowii 11
number of pictures of well-known ladles
mid gentlemen f nml have no
hesitation In pronouncing them iierfectly
splendid. We would tlicretore advise all
who titke Interest In Mich matter or tic
ulru picture, to call upon Mr. Winter at
hi gallery and examlno his work In this
new branch of the shadow-capturing art.
For Hnlr. .
Tho Dclmonlco Saloon, with ten-pin
alley, shooting gallery, and all fixture
pertaining to the establishment. For
terms of sale, npply to
10-20-tf Mil. AXXIK Covnk.
Persons having clsferns needing pumiw
Inir out and repairing can Itave It done
promptly and at price to suit the time,
by calling on J. S. Hawkln.s, Cro street.
I haye aroan and pump employed nil the
time for tlio piirpoH1. 0-10-lf.
nr .Urn! Market.
Jacob Waller and Chris Anthus, two
ol our well-known butchers haya ao
eiatcd together and under the llrm ituine
of Jacob Walters &. Co., have oiK-hotl a
meat market 011 the north side or Eighth
street, in Phil Howard old eland. T:iis
, will be a flrst-cias market In every re
spect, tut the mine of the proprietor
guarantee a mitrket w here thu choicest
of cut meat, steaks, roasts of heal', mitt
ton, pork and venUon; together with
sausage, bacon, etc., will be served out
to customers In 11 neat and satisfactory
manner. All their old friends or new e
(jtialntainxs are Invited to call and see
Everybody to kttov. that the place to ct
A smooth ihc,
A good liarapoo.
A fashionable hair-cut,
Or anything h that line,
I at the OltASl) ColllH UAltllKIt
- Jioi', corner KikIjUi and Commercial.
tlsMf J. GKOltnK .STKINIlOfriC.
Wc received this morning a new supply
of Ladles' and Mines' knlttted Jaekeu
with and ultliout sleeve; :il-o a line lot
of children's bonnet, which we oiler nt
:i greut Imlueeinent.
Ilnii.nnoN it Wi;il,
142 anil lit Commercial Avenue.
A.llalley has n-moved to his new
storeroom, in Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Mock, and next tloor lo
thu Arab engittu lioute, where ho will he
pleased to sec all his old customer and
ns many new ones. U-HO-tf
Notice nf llrmoinl.
C. Koch has removed his boot and
shoe shop from the old stand to hi
new brick building (one block below),
Xo. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, where ho will
keep the best heme made and St. I.oui
custom made hoot and shoes, mado of
the best material ; good workmanship
nnd In thu latest styles. All ordeis
promptly attended to. !M!3-tf.
A No. 1 LtimiUry.
It liiiow conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the Uundresa, No. li Fourth street, be
tween W.iihlnstm .te Comitiercltl avenues,
has one of tlio hest conducted laundry 1 s
tablUhments ill the city, and landlord ol
hotels and boarding uou-en l tlud it to
their advantage to call upon her
ller prices uru as lollows: Hotel nnd
(losnllng-lioiiio washing, "5 cents per
lozon. F01 pleco work price1 are
as lollow.: SIiikI" slilit Hud col
lar, 10c; por dozen 89c; soelt" 0c; two col
lars, 6e; two bandkerehiele, fc vests UOc;
sad all gontlctncn'M wear, 8Jo. per
don. Ladles' tresses, 23 to tOe;
skirts ID to 20c; drawer 10 to l&c; Iwo
pair hose He; two collars 6 to luc. For la
dles' plain clothes 81 00 per dozen; lor la
dies line clothes, 1 V per dozen; done
drumptly, and proinptlT delivered. Pa
tronage solicited, S-3Mm
A Vine Modi.
Win. Khlcrs desires to Inform his pat
rons and the public generally, that ho has
now 011 hand a hirfcu stock of French and
German Calf, Kip nnd Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, lor store nml
ollleo wear, tho llnest of Morocco or Cult
Skin Shoes or Uoota ; and for farmers,
draymen nnd out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stand above anything ever
oflcred In till market. Ill Last nru of
the latest style, and he can guarantee a
lit and natlsfatloii to nil hi patrons.
IffirXX Amber and. White rag stock
envelopeatthenui.Li!TiN olllce, piiutec.
$3 50 and $4 00 per M.
A No, 1 second-hand, seven octavo
piano, as good as ue.v, manufactured by
llttllet Si Davis, is offered tor sale at n
bargain. Apply to
13. A. Burnktt,
10-2Min. Uulletln Olllce.
1:1.0 r 11 1 mi
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
'1KB. WALDER 1h rrcelvlnir dally a
-1 larpo and splendid Block of oods,
and la determined to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Ho lo icaolved to Kive the very hniit
(roods for the very lowoal prices. Call
und eo for youraolvei.
Coruor Sixth Street and Ohio
ttATi'.H or Aivi:it riNiu.
f-All hills foradvertlilBL', are 1I11- atnl jrty-
able l.t AtiVANc.
'IrantlHit adretll'InK will Ira Inwrted ut III
rate nt tl (0 ir square for the first In-erllon
and cenM fur e.tcli ut),eUent one. A IIUtjI
illcottnt will be made tm slandlnK nnd illij y
Cliiirrh, Society, Kentlinl and iiiier no I Ice J
will only Ijc luff rtcil as adveitlnienn
l'or Inftrtlnd I'linenil tiotlre tip Notice of
Miirtln of societies or secret order W tmU for
No advcttlmneut will lc recchc-l at rt thun
SA'iVUDAY, NOVKMIIEK in, 1875.
Local Buslneao Kotlcta. of
ten lines or more, inserted
In tho Bulletin un lollown:
Ono insertion pr line ft Cents.
Two lnaertlona per line .. 7 CenU.
Tares lnaartlons por line 10 Centa.
atx tnaei tlona per line in ;enta.
Two weeks per linn 25 Cunta.
One montn par line U3 Conte.
no itouuciion wilt do inaae in uoove
I.ocnl SVrHtltfr Itppart.
Caiad, ILL., Nor I2,ts;3.
lUn. ; Tiik. I WtNtl I Vr.L. I Wuatii.
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terscant. Sliinal erlce, U.S A.
Il was rather windy yesterday.
The Indian oil man Is still among tl'.
Mrs. iJr. .1. J. Gordon, of thii city,
tiled yc-terday evening.
-T. j5. Warren, of Galveston, Texas,
was lit the city yesterday.
C. S. isnjder, MfXew Orli aiH, was at
the St. Ch.irles yesterday.
W. II. Mown, of Philadelphia, wa
among Uie arrivals at the tit. Charles
-A large drove of horses nod mules
passed tlnoiigh Cairo, overland, yester
day afternoon tor the South.
Mers. Frank and J. Itothatn, or
New Vork City, stopped at the St.
-lOtiO sheets ol hrlstol board just re-
ceivfdat th.' tifl.l.ETi.v olllce, and lor
saif to the tiiitl.-.
-Dan 1 1 .t t. ol Mound City, clerk of
Pulaski county, was In town yesterday
-Mr. II. F. Stuart, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
agent for the .-Etna Insurance company,
was In the city yesterday.
Exchange for sale oti nil the princi
pal cities of Europe at Enterprise Savings
-Madame Blanche nnd her troupe ap
peared for the Urst time nt the Athenetim
Mrs. Granger will deliver her lecture
on "Ceutennlal Work" next Tuesday
-Col. Eaden, mayor ol thu city ol
Charleston. Missouri, was in the city
-20,000 note heads, IW.OOO envelopes,
J0,000 lett'-r head, 10 reams statements,
10 ream hill heads Carlisle paper jut
received nnd for sale at the Hum.ktin
Captain John G. Mann, division .su
perintendent ol tho MKNslpp! Central
railroad company, 1 In the city.
Tltu Liberty Cornet Hand, now un
der the Instruction of Professor Elsen
burg, practice regularly every night.
IJagwell, thu man who U to build
our new Mississippi leveo, will begin
work on Monday morning.
Mr. Timothy Gorman, street super
inteudeiit, is repairing thu sldcivalknt
lite corner ofr,NInth street and Ohio
In waterproof, nil colors, wo give ox
Ira iuduccmuiM ! I'est black nt 00 cents
a yard. IlKiuinox & Weil.
-Mr. Jim Watson and wife, and Mr.
Theodore Carrigan und wile, spent yes
terday In Kentucky hunting and fishing.
Captain John 15. I'hlllls, ivho has
been confined to his house for tho past
two weeks with sickness, Is out und about
The tnwn wan lull of country wag
ons yesterday, loaded with grain, pota
toes, apples, turnips, poillty and other
O. It. Woodwanl Is having hi store
front repainted nnd lettered. When fin
ished It will present a very pretty and at
Mr. John Q. Harmon, who was taken
very slek hi Metropolis a few days ago,
will bo brought to his homo in this city
on thu steamer Jim FlsU this afternoon,
Wo nro rerjuested to statu that the
audience will lj allowed lo select the
subject for Mrs. Colby to lecture upon, at
Liberal llellglous hall, Sunday morning
Ollleer lilliio yesterday tnnridiigar.
nsted, near tlio Btouo depot 4:11) lodged
in thu ualaboosc, us od man, tyho was
very full of beiului;, auU who 4Uturbcd
everybody who chanced to run across
The order of colored Odd Fellows of
this city Is Increasing lit numbers' every
day. The Installation of ofllcers will
take place somo tnuo during the coming
Next Monday evening several young
men will hold a fair for the benefit of thu
Catholic church, In llurger'.s old stand,
Commercial avenue, corner Ninth.
Hndanii! Kcntz's female minstrel
troupe is making n tour through the
northern part ol this State. They intend
going South, wu are told, and will slop in
Cairo for u short season.
The Taylor Literary Club will send
their minstrel troupe to Jonesboro dur
lug the holidays. Thu newspapers of
Anna and Jonesboro have pronmetl them
a hearty welcome.
'ltj of Cairo,
colored nnd varnished, for sale at half
price (.2.o0) at the HfM.EriN olllce.
W. W. Went, and E. L. Sargent,
paymasters of the Cairo A St. Louis nar
row gauge railroad, pased through
Cairo yesterday morning.
Thu new boiler of the r.t;t.i.r.Ti.v is
now in thorough working order, and we
are now ready to do any und all kinds of
printing 011 short notice and at thu most
The Claylonians of the high school
gave a very Interesting exhibition of their
ability a orators, singer and renders,
yctcrday ntternoon, at the high school
Now is the lime to get your local ad
vertMng anil notices cheap. Head our
rate of advertising under head of City
News. These rates will be given until
after the holidays, giving nil 11 good of
portunlty to advertise preeut. etc., etc.
A fracas between n Calroltc and a
strange man took place at the corner of
Sixth street and Commercial avenue on
Thursday night, and the Cairo man got a
"head put on him."
The rjuc-tion that seems to agitate
the minds of the owner of teams, and
both black and while laborers at present,
is. how much will Contractor IJagwell
pay a day for teams and how much for
The High School Is something Cairo
jieoplu have rcaou to be proud of. Prof.
Alvord Is making It one of the commend
able Institutions of the city.
Mr. Cha. Hardy wl-hes to Inform
his pupils that the next meeting for prac
tice will take place on Thursday evening.
Nov. 11th, at Liberal Itellgious Hall, cor
ner Twelfth street anil Washington ave
nue. A children's clas will be organ
ized on Saturday nt 'J o'clock p. m. nt
thu same place. 11-11-3L
John Smith was arrested by Ofllcers
rown ami O'Menly on Thursday night.
for being drunk. He wa- lined two dol
lars and eo-ts by Judge 11. id ,tt-ierd.iy,
ami sent to the lock up for lime1 days be
cause he couldn't pay.
Mr. J. II. GnhMciii, ol the flint of
GoIdtfinY lto-cnwatfr, dry goods and
clothing dealer. ofthU ellv, h-tl for New-
York city yesterday afternoon, to lay In
an additional stock of goods for his
Fannie Green, the Utile colored child
wlio'e skull was Injured by a brick strik
ing her on tho head, 011 Tuesday morn
ing, Is much better, and hopes are enter
tained that she will soon recover.
Mr. E. C. Pace, who has been absent
from Cairo tor several weeks, on a trip
through Georgia, Louisiana ami Ala
bama, returned to this city yesterday
morning. He looks as if hi journey had
agreed with him.
fcSTFEVEK AND AGUE PAl)S"rj,a
tSyron ham: at-&s
esri'AUL g. sctiuirs.-Ea
fi2r-10S Commercial Avenue, Cairo."
The Friday afternoon exercises at
thu High School attract much attention
now, nnd many citizens enjoy litem.
Yesterday, the Claytouhms had the floor,
and won much applause.
The Indian oil man says he can re
store sight to those who have lot the
great blessing he doen't earn if you
have been blind for ten years. He says
he can cure you In ten minutes. If wc
were blind we'd call on him and see.
It's bad policy for a big man to light
a scrawny little man when there's a
crowd around. The crowd always take
compassion on the little man and whoops
the big man lift all around, just for the
fun of the thing. That's thu way It was
done up town the other night.
Wu have just received a full line of
children's cloaks and bonnets ; also
ladles' cloaks and skirts at lower prices
than ever. JIkimuion & Wkil,
F. W. llcdard, who has lately re
turned to America from a trip through
France, Germany, Belgium, Scotland,
Ireland, and other foreign countries, is
again at tlio St. Charles. Mr. Iteilard
was formerly a part owner hi thu St.
Charles Warren was arrested by Olll
eer Andy Cain 011 Thursday night for
disorderly conduct. Ho was taken be
fore Judge Bird, who listened tu the tale
of Warren' misdemeanor and then lined
him $5 and costs, and sent him to thu
lock-up for four day. Charles was pov
erty stricken and couldn't pay.
-A kind lady of this city mado llttlu
Fanny Green, tho colored child who had
her head burton Thursday morning by a
falling brick, a present of a beautiful doll
yesterday, and now Fanny' llttlu sister
grieve because she didn't gut u hole
punched In her head also.
Colo's Xow York anil New Orleans
circus und menagerie, which was to havu
given Cairo peoplo a chance to see it, but
didn't, passed up tlio river on Thursday
cvculuir for Qulney, Illinois, where the
concern will bo dlbaudcd and thu stock
and animals kept during thu Whiter
One of the cooks on iln steamer
Smoky City" got badly tangled up In
cheap whlik) yesterday iimriilng whll.i
the boat was lying at till- wh irt'.-Hiiil in
un attempt to walk a chalk line on a
burgo lying at thu foot of Eighth street,
fell Into the river. When he went in ho
1 was drunk as nlord; when ho came out
. he wa as sober as there I any ue In
1 11 preacher being.
I It Is said that In 11 lamlly, In which
I it'-o a blonde und a brunette, It invariably
comes to pass that the light-headed one
gets married llrt.
Mr. Sam George, known to nearly
every business man In this city as one of
the most eillelent railroad conductors
that ever graced thu Illinois Central pas
senger cars, was In the city yesterday.
He Is now In the employ of the Cairo ,t
St. Louis narrow gauge roatl.
The party to bo given by the mem
hers of the Cairo Boating Association, on
board the steamer Kckcrt, will eomn oil
on Thanksgiving eve- The gentlemen lu
the Boating club are tho kind of fellows
who know how to get up a party, and
something a little out of the uual line
may be looked for on the occasion.
Still another Shakespearian club has
been organized hi Cairo. Among the la
thes and gentlemen who are In the latest
organization are Misses Adda Halllday,
Lucie Wilson, Katie Parker, Clara
Wright, Fannie Pitcher, Messrs. John
Haines, Henry Gcare, Samuel Parker,
Mr. (Super! and a number of older.
Mrs. Dr. Wanlncr has accepted the
posit ton of vlce-presldentof thu Woman's
Centennial committee for the Eighteenth
congressional district ol Illinois, bestowed
upon her by Mrs. Governor Ueveridge
A meeting will be held soon In Cnlro for
the purpose of starting the centennial
work here, at which all ladles Interested
in tlie great exposition are expected to be
present and take part.
Lula Ward and Michael Cronan were
arretted by Ofllcers Brown and O'Malty
on Tiutrsday night for di-ordcrly con
duct, and were yesterday find $3 and
cuts each. Lula was sent to jail lor
eight days became she was a woman,
while Michael wa given but four days,
his time being valued at twlee as much as
thai of Lula.
-A poor, destitute woman, named
Mary HalFy, accompanied by a man who
claimed to be her hubaml, arrived in this
city on Wednesday afternoon from Xew
Madrid county, Missouri. The couple
were out of money, and loitered around
one of the wharf-boats until Thursday
morning, when the woman been mo sick,
and was compelled to He down on the
hard lloor of tlio boat, without pillow or
cover. Her huband had be
come Intoxicated on Thursday
nnd neglected her until late in the
evening, w lieu he returned. He hail
some unpleasant worth with his wife, nml
led her, and ha? not tiuco been seen.
The poor woman remained on the boat
until yesterday about ten o'clock, when
she became very sick. Dr. Wood; was
sent for. who. after calling upon Iter,
went away with the Intention of having
her sent to the hospital ; but betore he
had bis arrangement completed, he re
ceived word that the woman was dead.
She was burled at the expene of the city
The parlor concert nt the residence
of the Itev. Mr. Gilbert on Thursday
nl'bt, was a grand success. All the la
dles and gentlemen who were on the pro
gramme io take part In thu musical part
of the entertainment, were, present and
executed their various parts with their
usual amount of ability, tvith the excep
tion of Mrs. Latisden, who from some un
avoidable reason, was not present. Her
non-appearance was of course a great dis
appointment to everybody, as she was
looked to for a line display of her talent,
but the gap made by her absence was
cloed to a great extent by the kindness
of Mr. Cha, idler ISobhins, who kindly
consented to sing thu "Old Church Bell,"
which he did in best of style. Mr. E. O.
Dudley's performances on the 'Tnmbler
onieon" was also very beautiful and elic
ited great applause from the audience.
The concert lu every particular has never
been excelled by any thing of the kind
in the city, und MUs Ella Uobblns, to
whom Is attributed the honor of making
the eyent the grand success that It proved
to be, may well feel proud.
The following, In regard to thu con
sultation of tho leveo committee with
Gen. Simpson, we Hud In the St. Louis
Times of yesterday: "Henry Winter,
mayor, ami Cha. F. Xellls, W. P.
Wilght. B.F. Parker nnd Tho. W. Hal
llday, aldermen of Cairo, together with
Hon. Win. Hnrtzell, member of Con
gress, and lion. F. E. Albright, state
senator from that district, held a conf ul
tatiou with Gen. Simpson yesterday in
regard to building a dyke at Cairo to pre
vent thu Mississippi river curreut from
cutting away more of the levee in front of
that city. Gen. Simpson, niter being in
formed that thu threatened damage to
the city of Cairo I3 imminent, nnd that
unless the city ilelf Is unable lo provide
a remedy, promised all the aid in his
power. IIu said that if thu work now
being donu at Capo Girardeau can bo
temporarily aboiidoncd without loss of
thu government, lie would use the bal
ance of the appropriation for that im
provement In building a dyku In Cairo.
IIu think Immediate action Is necessary
to prevent great damage at Cairo nml
will use all thu mean at hi command
to nllbrd immediate relief. IIu will at
onco examine tho work nt Capo Glrar.
dean, and Ifit Is strong enough to resist
the current will transfer his foreo ( f
workmen to Cairo."
To (lie Aftlirteil,
Those who are sick should not put on
from day to day the means of cure. For
lu this way many miserable days are 1
passvil, and many valuable lives lost, j
Do not delay ; you should nt once call 011
Dr. A. D. Frit, at the Arlington House,
who will tell you the nature of your dis
ease, und what properties medicine
should contain to cure you. 'I he doctor
cures blindness (from catarrh) In twenty
minutes, relieve deafness immediately,
cures Inllammatlon of tho kidney, liver
complaint, biliousness, catarrh, rheuma
tism, weak lunge, diseases peculiar to fe
males, heart disease, fever sores, tumors,
nervous depression, itc.
Consultation free. Olllce nt tho Arling
ton House until Monday, Nov. loth.
THE BIG GXmi
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
FARN BAKER, THE CLOTHIER,
Is Once More in the Field to tell all Clothing Buyeri that thev
are still buying
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of the Best Style
NO "HAND-ME-DOWNS," '
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 flght competition of that kind with "shoddy" goods, made
by second hand dealers. Keep your eyes open. Listen to no ttoriM that
sound like "soft soap," as it's a very poor merchant that cannot deftnd
his own business. "
, A tri1 A,??wt w.0,nik,to P1'lk,0 custoraoraout of you all. Wo don't nsk your patronage on account of bo
, 8 s 'i'.011?3" or & Cairoltcs (aB wo havo boon known horo lo I tho30 many yonral-but to tare you tht
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
Xotemljer Teriii-Firili Day Jiiilicn
The iurv lu the case of Michael
Barry, the saloon-keener who was In-
dicied for felling liuuor to minors, was
discharged yesterday morning, on ac
count of the sickness of ono of the Jury
men. -In the matter of the estate of Tnnlv
White, deceased. E. SmallitiL'. adminis
trator, nssump-it.tlemau.l for ?il -15, the
claim was allowed.
Self York Nlor.
Xew Sugar Cured Hams,
New Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon,
Xew Sugar Cured Shoulders,
Xew Hock Candy Drip Syrup.
K.A O. Self-rlhig Buckwheat Flour,
iet article lu u-e try It,
Xew Dried Corn, etc.,
Also Xew Orleans sugar and syrup.
We offer thu above goods nt bottom llg
tires. Ciias. O. P.vnr.n tfc Co.
A ;mt1 IMner to Iliiy .
A. Halley's new gtorc Is certainly one
of the best arranged of tho kind to be
found In the city, nml what is better, lie
lias so arranged his prices that many are
taking advantage of the opportunity of
fered to buy stoves, tinware, etc., cheaper
than ever known in Cairo. Call on Hal
ley, 115 Commercial avenue, next door to
the Arab cnginu home. 9-30-tf.
A I'lne I'rcHHil.
Picturesque America, full gilt morocco
binding, for sale at a bargain at the Bul
letin bindery. .1. C. Hcel.
Only agency in town for Taus.ky
yeast best In use wholesale and retail.
Hecelveil fresh dally by Xew York Store.
The firm ol Parker & Cunningham Is
thW day dissolved by mutual consent.
Either party is authorized to use the
name ol thu llrm hi settlement of old
accounts. Dvas T. Paiikkii.
It. IL CUNMMIIIAM.
Dyas T. Parker & Co. will still con
tinue tiiu business ns successor to the
old llrm. Olllce, 77 Ohio Leveo; ware
house, Twenty-eighth street and Ohio
Cairo, HI., Xov. .1, IS II. 11-C-tf
l'iiiiireHnil YeiiMl Xolleo.
I havo this day secured tho solo agency
for tho sale of Gall, Flcisclnnan &
Company's compressed yeast, either
wholeselu or retail: Dealers can
bo supplied at any and all
times by calling on inc. This Is the only
yeast of the kind In market that Is gen
uine. W. L. Bristol, 3J Eighth street.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 25, lS7o. 10-2S-lm.
Motlro to Mliipper.
From and after this date nil freight
for points reached by tho St. LouN, Iron
Mountain & Southern railway, will bo
received at the Cairo & Vincenne rail
way depot, corner Second street and
Commercial avenue. J. ZiMMK.it,
Cairo. Xov. 11, 1875. Agent.
! 1-1 Kit.
X nan Hun Over
To Cowperthwnlt & Phillips to try thosu
Gold Buckle cigars.
Willi trtl VVukoii Miilitrw.
Four good wagon maker can find em
ployment by Inquiring at the Gamble
Manufactory, Cairo, HI. ll-LHt.
Parker & Axley, auctioneers, will oiler
for sale, below thu ferry landing, Mon
day, November 15th, at 2 p. in..ontikeel
bottom boat, Ktiltablu for family or store.
Sale poRllivoaud without reserve.
ll-12-:it C. S. Dixav, Auctioneer.
Don't forgot to get your present of 10
yards of tho ben calicos before going
eltowhere, at Hellbron & Well'.
.lust received, another lot of thosu
calico remnants at 0 cents a yard, at Hell
bron & Wi ll'.
a n.t iutnii fr r-i.ildf ntl.l clnmlar. otirnut valin.
Ur. U. ii . fr'AlUl, tl li Wwli. bu ludUussuOs luJ.
The motto of Hellbron & Weil Is
"Quick sale and small prollts."
Shawls nml Cloaks ol all the laic
styles ranging from Ihe cheapest lo the
llnest. .1. Burger & Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, nnd
arc able to undersell any house In the
city. Cnll and be convinced.
Don't fail lo see that handsome lino
or Ladles' Ties and Itibbonsat J. Burger
Look ut the splendid suit forsix dol
lar you can get at Hellbron t Well's,
112 and III Commercial avenue.
Those who need winter boots should
call on It. Jone, Commercial avenue.
Ills stock ol French and Domestic calf
skins U the bi-st in tho market.
Our Domestic Department Is complete
hi all Its details, and will be sold chenper
th.iu ever. .L Bfuoui! it Co.
For Etnbroiderle ..ttd Laces, go to.L
Burger & Co.'s, Xo. 121 Commercial ave
nue. I!. Jones the Commercial avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair of boots to bo found In the city.
The best and cheapest hats can bo
found at Hellbron & Weil's.
Ladies, misses and children's under
wear nt very low prices at J. Burger &
The llnest stock of dress goods, con
sisting ol Ca-imeivj, Empress Cloths,
Diagonal, Mohairs, TopUus, at J. JJnr-
ger & Co.'. 121 Commercial avenue.
We are offering a full llnu of jeans at
cost price. Hmuiitox & Wkil.
For great bargain In Flannels, call
on J. Burger it Co. They have the best
aborted stock hi tho city, and sell them
at astonishingly low prices.
II you want a good Custom-made
lady' or miss's shue call on J. Burger
J. Burger ,t Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers nnd those contem
plating keeping house, to their large
stock of entirely new carpet and oil
cloths. This Is their first season in that
line, and are confident of suiting nil In
the latest designs.
For cork-soled boots or shoe1, go to
11. Jones, thu Commercial avenue boot
and shoe maker. Hu is a llrst-clas work
man and never falls to please.
Ail style of goods marked down to
suit tho times at Hellbron ,t Well's.
A very largo assortment of German
town yarn, Berinah zephyr, and every
article appertaining to this department
in all shades and colors, at J. Burger &
Flue, neat and stylish box-toed
.stitched boot and shoe nru made
specialties by It. Jones, tho Commercial
avenue boot and shoo manufacturer.
Give him a call.
Hellbron & Weil havo reduced their
men's and boys' overcoats to astonish
ingly low prices.
J. Burger & Co. havo now on hand
tlio most elegant stock of 2 and 3 button
Kid Gloves ever brought to this city, and
nru determined to sell them at remark
ably low figure.
The best ono dollar Kid Glove found
in tills country can bo bought nt Hell
bron & Well's, 112 and 111 Commercial
A series of lectures under the auspi
ces of tho member of tho Library Asso
ciation for tho establishment of a public
library lu Cairo, will be held alter
nately at thu Presbyterian, Methodist and
Chrlstalu churches. Tho following la
dles and gentlemen havo kindly con
tented to lecture, commencing;
" 10, Dr. II. Wardner.
23, (To ho filled).
' 20, Dr. Win. It. Smith.
Dec. 0, Mis Kate Thompson.
' 13,1)011. Wm. 11. Green.
' 21, Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
O. O.K. Goss, Sec'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
Y irtue of Qvo nrUiln cxreutinns to me til
ivclitt liv I tic i'.UtL nf Hit- L'lii'iilt court at Al
I'Minilfreoituly, In tliv Sjintirnr Illinois, In favor
ul' l liui leu u. i'utii'r tiu'l Willluiii Wolf, ilrm of
t;. t). I'Htlcr .t (.n. , nml luiniiist June Carroll,
I have levied Umii Uie llloli.Kl-'iiliciluroi.
erty , in lliu llrat r.'litilleii to the vtlv of i airy,
county nf Alcxuntler unit Slate or Illinois, to
,vll! I.nt immlivmlotlu III III block Illimbcml
twrntr-eltflit (S, a the iiroiwity oftjuwilil
1 Junit-a (.'nrroll, wlilrli 1 hll ollVrut uillcsalc
, ul the .oulh-wr.t ilour vS lliu court boiuv In (he
1 city or Culm, In tiiv county of Ali'Aiuulcr nutl
1 Stutuol'l llnnls.on Ihc third tluy of Dwunlwr,
I A l. is; U twrcn the hours of nlui' o'clock,
n It i HIKl nitnif i oi mho ' ' . IBIU
1'yeJlil i:iviitlun, AI.K.X II IUV1.N.
.Sheriff of Alrxunilrr 'ounty, Illinois ,
Tulro, llllaoU, Novvmbcr II,
RIVER NEWS. '
Steamer .Tim nk. I'nducah.
" Mhmeola, Memphis.
" J. I). Parker, Cincinnati.
" Grand Tower, Si. Louis.
" lied Cloud, Evansvllle.
B. II. Cooke, Evansvllle.
" John L. nitoaiN, I'ltlsburg.
Tow-boat Titos. W. Means, Ironton.
' Gland Lake Xo. 2, N.O.
" J. W. Mills, South.
Steamer Jim Fisk, I'aducali.
" Mluneoln, Cincinnati.
' .1.1). Parker, Memphi. .
Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Uetl Cloud, Evansvllle.
" 11. H. Cooke, Evansvllle.
" John L. Ithouds, St. Louts.
Tow-boat Tho. W. Menus, St. Loois.
" Grand Lake, St. Louli.
" J. W. Mills. Ohio.
" Smoky City, Ohio.
" A.J. llakcr, Ohio.
ntvr.ii, wi:atiii:ii and uvsinkss.
The river last evening wa 7 feet 0
inches on thu gauge, having risen 7 1-5
Inches during the previous 24 hour.
The weather continues clear and
Tito Mlnuoola has a good trip lor the
The Mnllte Moore was, aground at
Tlptoiivlllc nt last accounts.
Tho John' L. Ithodcs put off 27 tons
Cairo freight and is .well laden for St.
Tow-boats nro dashing furiously up
and down the Oiiio to thu delight of their
numerous crews, and the profit of tbelr
Tlte Future City was back of tho
city last evening, where she had been
several hours trying to work over those
Capt. Frank Bedard, of St. Louis,
wa in lliu city yesterday. He used to,
live jn Cairo, and formed attachments to
thu place and it people that remain, fieli
and green even yet. He love Cairo. Ji
IVaii I)CrAIIT3IXr IUvik ItKroRr. t
Nor. U !..
ABOTB i ...i
LOU WArtl, CJMXOK.
STATION'. - .
rt. ik. rr. ix.
Culri a Xl 1
I'lltuhurs- a I - 1
Cincinnati IB t il
Umbvllle 7 7 I
Nuahvlllu u 3 XI 4
St. Uniin 8 4 u
Ecrgrant, Signal fetrvlce, IT. t. A.
Friday nnct Nnlnrtlwy Kvculafft, Nv.
i'iMt iipininrc of -
In licr Itiilncit nuil Classical Entertainment,
Ucnrcientol by a troupe or Continental young
Iwlln, alo a tliio Variety Conijiuny la ttolot,
Farces ami sketched.
rrsiNiar nrura. mo vrvai bwuiuhi
will appaar, at each performance, and I
aoivo to tae aauiiaetion or an torn nm'
tofore lmpanatrabla sayaUilaa ofipirtt
ualtam. An upright po4 will b oiactart
on the atago, an4 two aMUaVMiSI M
lootad from th; audlanoa. may Ua'fclai
wima rope, .ttewill taaa. tka full
prsaanoaof tU; audlaaca,' tnajaSlaUty
aid from efdorateYyajMMa. or
aoreana, reieaea ; nimaarr. ihinvsii
ward will bo paid It. km falla to aoeom-
pl!ah tn iet.
d-Ctncml almUujoaw cents t Jk-ierfnLu.
DIVOKUUS legally oVtalaad lor laenmpall
ulllly, cto.i ratlueoaa uniwnum to, AT- .
ter tlrcrvu. Addrdaf. U bos la. UUtat; .