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ASCALON. LODGE, NO. M.
Kai ef PfftUa, mtrts trwy Frl
fellows' llall JHO. II, Uossmam,
fHP lows. Bert amy lliundatr eight
npr" naiu-pwmn, iu imir rarnin
CotutucrcUt srttmc, between Sixth toJ Seretitlj
itretu. i jiuiuiii u
1A1IK) ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F.. Bit
Olu UiM-frllow' tUU ea tlx flnt and tblnl
rnwi) in tiny monUi, at Uslf-pMt seven.
Jf. II. Osmly, 0. P
A OAlHOLunOK. NO.Jff.A.F. A A. M
ak If.M . l M.n.iniiMlM(l.ili In Mk
XJTaotilc Hall, comer 0mmrcttl svenue
aiul Klghtli sln-el, on the second aiu
uuitu Monday oreacn momu.
This is a new style of picture now be
ing produced by Wni. Winter, the artist,
of this city. They pictures art- creating
much Interest In all the principal Eastern
nnd Western cities, being altogether new.
They ore unlike photograph, being
raised and beautifully cnnmcled over the
entire surface, soft In tone, but distinct In
the lights and shades. No one who sees
them fall to admire them, or to giro the
artist aa order. We havo been shown a
number of pictures of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the i:lty, and have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
... ... .... . i., ii
splendid. c wouiu uiereiorc uuiw an
who take interest in such matters or de
slro picture, .to call upon Mr. Winter ut
Ids gallery nnd examine his work In thl
new branch of tlw shadow-capturing art.
e-i4.tr r -
The Dclnionlco Sirfeoii, with ten-pin
Uey,booUBggall-ry,.'aud all fixture
pertaining to 'the establishment.' For
ternw of sale, apply X. .
10-20-tf Ut. Annie Cov.si:.
Tertop Imving cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing, can-hav.-. lydpne
.,! . ntlrum tn suit tlw 'time.
' ky oaUlog on J. 9. Ifcwkln's, Cro street.
I have wut and pump employ eu am urc
, Umc for thu, purpose. MWf.
Hew WeM Slarkel.
JaceV Walter and Chris Anthu, two
ot oar well-known butchers liav asso
ciated together and tinder the tlrm name
of Jacob Walters & Co., have opened
meat market on the north side of Eighth
street, in Phil Howards old Maud. ThU
will be a first-class market' In every "re
spect, as the naincs of the proprietors
guarantee a snarkct where the choht"t
ot cut roeaU, steaks, roasts of txaf, mut
ton, nork and "venison; together with
,aaage, Wacon, etc., wilt be served out
' . ' . . . . . f .ml .ntt.fintnri
so customers m a t' ou..v.
meaner; All ttteir. old friends or new ac
quaintances are Invited to call and see
everybody to kilo tUst the place to get
A smooth sbave,
A good thaiapoo,
A (tbk.alle hair-cut,
Or anything i tfast Hoe,
U ai th Okasu CTKl liAtiliKit
Wol, corner Eighth and Commercial.
B-B-tf J. QKOHCI isTatNUOL'Sa.
We received thU morning a new supply
of Ladles' and Mines' knlttted Jackets
with and without sleeves; ah-o si tine lot
of children's bonnets, which we offer at
n grent Inducement.
llKii.iuioN & Wi:u.,
142 and Ut Commercial Avenue.
A. Halley has removed to his new
store room, 115 Commercial avenue, oh
poslte Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine house, where he. will be
pleased to see all his old customers ami
as many new one. 0-30-tf
Hetie of ssrntovnl.
C. Koch has Removed his boot and
shoe shop from the old stand to his
now brick building (oiih block below)
No. 90 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where ho will
keep the best home made and St. I.otd
custom made boots and shoes, made of
the best material ; good workmanship
and In the latest style. All order
promptly attended to. 9-SMf.
A No. 1 Laundry.
It Is now conceited that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, He It Fourth street, be
tween Washington OommurcUl avenue,
has one of the bent conducted laundry i s
tabltthuients in the city, stid.'Umllord ot
hotel and boarding bouses ill tlnd It to
their sdvantaKo to call upon her.
llsr prices are as follows: Hotel and
boarding-bouse washing, 75 cents per
dens. Koi piece work prices are
as follows: Single shirt and col
lar, lOcTper dozen Mcj socks 6c; two col
lars, Bejtwo hsndkerubiets, 6c; veits '20c;
sad all gontleraen's wear, 80c. per
dozen. Ladles' dresses, 25 toj 60c;
skirts 10 to 80c; drawers 10 to loej'itwo
pair hose Ac; two collars 5 to 10c. Kor 'la
dles' plainclothes fcl 00 per .dozen; for la
dles One clothes, 1 25 per dozen; douc
dremptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
tronage solicited. 3-31-lm
A Fine Ntot-k.
Win. Khiers dartres to Inform hi? pat
rons and tho punllc generally, that he has
now on hand u largo stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, nnd itf
prepared to manufacture, tor store and
ofilco wear, tho finest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Iloots; nnd forfurmers,
draymen nnd outdoor wear generally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
offered In this market. Ills Lasts are of
the latest styles, and ho can guarantee a
tit and 6utlsfatlou to all his patrons.
IbXX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at tho Hum.ktin- oillec, prlutca
ii 60 and $1 00 per M.
For Bale Plniio.
A No. 1 second-hand, seven octavo
piano, us good as nctv, manufactured by
llallet & Davis, Is offered for salo ut ft
bargain. Apply to
10-'21-lm. lliillollu Olllce.
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoos.
TKE. W ALDER is receiving daily a
1 larico and aplendld etoek of aoods,
and Is determined to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Ha is resolved to Rive the vory best
Roods for the very lowest prices. Call
and seo for youraelva.
Corner Sixth Street and Ohio
ATKM mr ABVERTlMISifl.
tf-All bill fur lulvcrtlnloz, ue due aud jiajr-
Train lent -lviitlln(f will tx- lnrtJ at Ihe
rate uf 41 CO per square for tho drill Iiiserllon
and SDirnU foresch nbu-nuenl one. A liberul
OlK'iUiit will )e nude on sliudlnf and display
Clitirch, Society, Kntlvaland Supper notices
wilt only 1 Inserted m iwhrtliBents.
I'or InMrtln Kunrral notice l to. Notice of
im-eUnx of toclttlm or lecrel orders to crcta for
No adverthcriitut will be rtcelcd at lets than
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1(5, 1875.
Local Business Notices, of
ten lines or more. Inserted
In tha Bulletin as folio we:
One Insertion oar line . ... V Cent.
Two Insertion! per line 7 Cents.
Tores Insertions per line 10 Cents.
sixlnseitlona per una .... id rams.
Two weeks ner line .25 Cents.
Osa raontn per line . .............. 35'Cants.
No Kcauctlon win db mane in aoove
I.urnl Weallier Itpport.
Tiik. Wwd I
Nov 15, 1S71.
7 A. Ill
:v -.-1 1
frrrant. Signal etrt Ice, U. a A.
The streets are yet rather muddy.
Mayor Winter has returned home
Irom St. Louis.
Judge Dross continues nt work in
the county court.
The anisic at Mrs. Granger's lecture
tills evening will be excellent.
The Indian Oil can be obtained at
Barclay Bro. Call and try It.
Go to Mrs. Granger's lecture at thu
Prcbylcnan church this evening.
Captahi W. P. Halliday returned
from St. Julius ou Saturday night.
Bagwell Brothers will rlgu the con
tract to build the levee thti evening.
Cloudy and gloomy weather has been
staying with us lor ilm past few days.
Kemembet Mr-. Granger's lec ureou
Centennial Work," at the Presbyterian
church thli evening.
The Prebylerian will not have a
parlor concert this week, owing to other
events to take place.
The funeral of Mrs. Dr. Gordon,
which took place ou Sunday afternoon,
was largely attended.
The Taylor Literary Club will apjwar
In the play of "Led Astray," at the Athe-
ueum ou Thanksgiving night.
Hedge D. Miller, formerly a cloth
ing merchant of thU city, but now of St.
Louis, was In town yesterday.
Captain Irwin Dugau left this city
for Bolivar, Term., on the Mississippi
Central road yeterday afternoon.
The Hcv. Frank Gilbert, brother of
thu liev. Charles A. Gilbert, of this city,
lies taken charge oflhe Parish school.
A well-known gentleman and lady
of this city will be married at 0 o'clock
this tuornlug. The allalr Is to be pri
vate. Mr. N. L. Wiekwlro Is prospering
finely in St. Louis. He is engaged in
building two elegant houses iu that
F. E. Cauda, of Chicago, president
of the Ciilrn and St. Louis railroad com
pany, was In the cty yesterday, on busi
ness for that road.
It is saltl that the Cairo & St. Louis
nuirow-gaugo railroad, ou this division,
has lost twelve thousand dollars in the
past six mouths.
II. II. Mllburn will deliver a lecture
belorc the Taylor Literary Society next
Wednesday night, on tho "Pre-lllstorie
Nations of America.''
The "Websterlans" pud the "Clay
tonlans," of the High School, will give a
joint entertainment" In their school room
on next l-rlday ntlcruoou.
The members ol the Liberal Religions
Association pronounce Mrs. Colby tho
most learned ami best lecluress who has
ever spoken under their auspices,
Next Sunday night, tho Bev. Mr.
Gilbert will take for the subject ol Ids ser
mon. "Political Campaigns." Ho will
bo listened to by u large congregation,
Mr. Jim Phlllfs and Mlsi Annie
Pitcher, of tills city, stood up with Miss
Wattle Holmes and Mr. Bentllir, at their
wedding In Mound City lat evening.
Mr. Bontllllnnd Miss Mattie Holmes,
both of Mound City, were married last
evening, 'flio Itev. Sir? Wells, of that
vjllago, performed thu uuirrlago cere
mony. It is said that Messrs. ttobort and
Thomas Bagwell will engage one hun
dred teams, to work on the levee. Thu
work wllllbe pushed ulicad very rapidly
with this force, 3 -
The daiice, given by n party of youinr
men of this city In Burger,vold stand,
last evening, watt attended by a large
party of Indies and gentlemen. It was n
pleasant affair. J ,
Moleti by a tramp, from a front
porch, Sunday inoralng, a larc um
brella, new, wltli the letter "U'V cuU"
the liandle. Atl pertonj arenotlllcd.tiot
tS barter for'o'r piircfiase llie'same.atlie
owner will take It on lgbt.
Cairo Encampincnt, 1. O. O. F.,liold
tbclr regular elon to-nijlit. The
wlveiof lUincinber have been Invited
to inset at tli Hall to tiixbt alo, to ar
ratiifc for a sociable. It is presumed tlili
will b(; the llvullr-Kt lr not the noisiest
meeting ever held by tho Patriarch.
Weddings are becoming quite common
hereabout!, which If an evidence that the
young people of our city are desirous of
becoming wlvj and useful, If the old say
lug that no young man U ever sensible
until he gets married and nettles down it
A reception to bo tendered thu wife
of tho Uev. n. Y. George, of the Pres
byterian church, who U expected to
arrive In Cairo about Thanksgiving day,
is talked of by the iadk-sof Mr. George's
Mm. Lausden, MI..s Je.He Phlllli,
.Mw. Wright, and .Messrs. McKcu and
Itobblus, will Mug nt the lecture of Mrs.
0 ranger this evening. Mrs, Dewey will
preside at the organ.
Mr. .1. II. Oberly will make ad-
dre-M-s, during the present iiimith, us lol
Iow: At Sparta, Friday evening, 10th ;
Furmington, Tucvlny evening, 2'Jd ; Jt-r-;ey
ville. Thursday afternoon, 2."lh, and at
Qulncy, Tuesday, )th.
John Erin was arrested by the police
on Sunday. He got on a high horc,and
went about making a uolse, and was made
to pay for It by Judge Bird, who flued
him live dollars and cost. He paid his
Hue aud went his way iu (n-nce.
20,000 note heads, 30.000 i nvelopes,
20,000 letter head, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads CarlMu paper Just
received and for i-ale at the Hum.ktin
Numerous complaints are being made
of the condition of the eroding at the
corner of Fourth rlreet ami WahIiigton
avenu?. Tho peoplo n-Mdlug in that
neighborhood will doubtless Mug praises
of thu city council If thev havo Hie
An unusually large congregation at
tended the colored church, comer of Fif
teenth aud Walnut streets, on Sunday
night, to wkiit-s- tile nuptial-, ot a young
colored man and lady, who will hereafter
brave the trials and troubles of this
uorld of ours hand iu hand.
Messrs. linriert and Thomas 15ag
well, who arc to build the new Misfis
flppl levee, arrived iu the city from St.
Louis, on Saturday night. Their imple
ments have all arrived, and work on the
levee will be begun just as soon as possi
ble. Mrs. Colby, of Chicago, delivered
two lectures on Sunday, in tho Liberal
Heligious hall, to fair audiences. She Is
given credit by members of the Libera!
Religious Asoeiation of di-livt-rlug the
best lecture of any one who has ever
tpokcu under their auspices.
Invitation for the party to be given
by the Cairo lloatlng Association on board
the Mcamcr Eckert, on Thanksgiving
eve. will tie Issued on IhurHlay. Only
the members of the lloatlng Club and a
few ol their friend will participate In
From the Hailicaif KerUw, Novem
ber 13, ISTo, we learn that tin- operations
of the Cairo & St. Louis railroad for
ugust last, were : Gross earnings ($172
per mile), $20,050.33 ; working cxpcn&cS
(78.13 per cent.),Sin.603.78 ; net earnings
($37 per mile), So,471.55; extiaordlnary
expenses rentals etc., S2.011.CC; net
A lloater was picked up oppo-ite
the S Charlvs Hotel in the Ohio river
yesterday morning. Coroner Gosman
was notified, aud held an inquest
over the body. On tho drowned man
was found a marriage eertiilcate, which
gave the names ot Joseph Audermott
and Miss Annie Hummel. The certifi
cate was Issued Iu Chicago. After the
inquest, the body va placed In the hands
of Mr. Cary, the undertaker, and buried
at the expense of the city.
Winter is upon us, and It behooves
those who wish to economize to look
around nnd see where they can get cloth
ing, dry goods, etc., nt the mo-st reason
able figures. Hcilhron & Weil, 112 and
IU Commercial avenue, have the reputa
tion ol giving the best bargains to be
found iu the city, which Is undoubtedly
true, as their store is crowded with buy
ers from morning 'till night. They are
adding dally to their already large stock
of dry goods, clothing etc., and are de
termined to dispose of the same ut prices
to suit everybody. By all means call and
A. Jaeckel, of the Thaliaii saloon,
opposite the Uullktix olllce. U nov pre
pared to serve up, ou bliorl notice, fresh
oysters In any style that may Ik- ih-tlrcd.
Having a neat, tasty and quiet mom, no
better plurc In tho city can be found
where one can go and enjoy a dish ot the
bivalves, On each Sunday afternoon be
will pread a sumptuous lunch nnd will
continue the samu until furl her notice.
On next Sunday ho will treat Ills patrons
to kartoflel pfauuenkuchcu, (potato pan
cakes), with cranberry cauce, aud he
extends a cordial invitation to nil toooiuo
and partake of the same, 11-10-tf
John Hildreth, George McDonald,
Charles Howard and George Hurt, four
coopers or tills city, vcut out to nave u
little fun on Saturday night. They got
too hilarious, and made much noise, nnd
as n natural consequence, wore picked up
by tho police. They were up before
Judge Ulrd for trial, and fined thu sum
of live dollars aud costs, McDonald, tho
most fortunate of the party, paid his Hue,
while the other thren went toilie look-up
to serve u term of four days each.
Mr, Albert C. Davis, representative
of Fort Clark Lodge, of Peoria, In
thu Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, In his
report, referring to tho address of Grand
Master Oberly ou "Odd Fellowship,"
av : "Ol the iddree It Is needles to
1 speak further than to place ou record what
eecmcd to be the uuatilmous Evntlment of
the large audience who listened to It,
that It has never been surpassed in man
ner ot treating the subject, appropriate
ness of language, style of composition
nnd the finished oratory of thu .speaker,
The pnl)llc, ireW(lllly invited to at
tend tlwItfMfsGfantejriat the
Presbjterlau church this evening. Her
subject will be "Centennial Work," aud
he will doubtlcs make her lecture ex
ceedingly Interesting, ns the hat given
much thought to lit-r subject. Mrs.
Granger is greatly Interested In the work
upon which she will speak, and is desir
ous of helping, to ns great an extent as
possible, to make the energy nnd enter-
prle of Cairo's citizens manifest at the
great Centennial exhibition at Phlladcl
phia in 1S70. Let there be a full house.
On Sunday evening, a man who had
been In the employ ot Mr. Frank Hinck
ley, who lias been at work for some t.me
pat surveying In the upper part of the
city for the Cairo & St. Louis railroad
company, stole a part of Mr. Hinckley's
surveying apparatus, and went nround
the city trying to pawn It. He was
caught with the Instrument, which cost
Mr. Hinckley two hundred uounrs. in n
house of lll-famu In the lower part of
town, where he was endeavoring to secure
money on it from ono of the Inmates. It
was taken away from him aud returned
to Its proper owner.
Mrs. E. C. Ford Is ajront for the
Centennial and Journal the Erpoution,
an elght-patfc- illustrated monthly
newspaper, the first paper published In
Philadelphia in the Interest of the Cen
tennial celebration. The paper is only
$1 00 per year; SI W) with premium, u
glass Independence bread or cake plate,
a beautiful souvenir of tho exposition.
This plate Is oval and has the old liberty
bell udoii It, with Inscriptions and names
of States; or for $1 60 Journal lor ono
year, with two flue lithographs of tho
Centennial bulltlings ; or $3 00 for paper
one year, with five engravings of the
exposition buildings. Engravings can
be seen at Mrs. Ford's resilience.
Mr. Charles Hardy has engaged the
room over Wbltlock's store, Instead of
Liberal Itellgious hall, where he will give
lessons in dancing, commencing Monday
night, November 15. Gentlemen's class,
Mondays and Thursdays, at 8 o'clock
p.m. Children's class on Saturdays at 2
p. in., commencing November 20th.
The funeral of Thomas Calf will lake
place to-day. Services at St. Putrlck's
church ut 1:30 o'clock. Special train will
leave foot of Eighth street -U 2 o'clock, to
convey the remains to Villa Kidge.
Frieuds aud Ucqu-iliitauo- hivttul to at
tend. C0DHIY W-'UUT.
November Tenn-s.es I Ii D iy Judgr
The case of William Smith, for lar
ceny, occupied the time of the court yes
terday, and had not yet been decided at
5 o'clock, the time of adjournment.
Attachment .igahwt A. J. Lollas
aud Jacob Light. Defendants were dis
charged upon payment of costs.
Col. Law, of Pula-ki. Pulaski county,
desires to take ten or a dozen liorae-, to
winter at his farm. Good stabling and
pasture, at low rates. For reference ap
ply to J. II. Metcalf, Cairo, 111.
Iut I'p or Almt
To every sausage manufacturer of
Cairo this challenge is submitted 011 the
following grounds: That the different
varieties of sausage manufactured by
Koehler & Bro. are superior to any other
Cairo manufacture The decision of the
matter will be left to a competent com
mittee, at Scheel's hall on Sunday, Nov
We make this offer In good faith, feel
ing confident that better sausage than
that made by Koehler & Bro. has not
been and cannot be produced In Cairo or
the State of Illinois.
11-lO Ot Frkr. Kokiii.ku & Bito.
inoiig the most wealthy of Ameri
cans are the proprietors of standard and
meritorious proprietary medicines. The
trade-murk tor Hall's Balsam Isc.-tlmatcd
worth $&00,0C0. This value U based on
the Intrinsiu merit ol the medicine. It Is
the most marvellous remedy for cough,
coliN, nnd pulmonary complaints known.
Price, $1 per bottle.
A houe, wltli ten rooms, out-houes,
etc., and ten lot. uoiic Is known us the
"Orphan Asylum Building." Apply to
ll-M-Ilt oon lun r.xnorei:.
A Good Place to Iluy.
A. Halley's new store Is certainly one
of the best arranged of the kind to be
found In the city, mid what U better, ho
has so arranged his prices that many arc
taking advantage of the opportunity of
fered to buy stoves, tinware, etc., cheaper
than ever known hi Cairo. Call ou Hal
ley, 115 Commercial avenue, next door to
the Arab engine house. 0-30-tf.
s A Fine rrescnt.
Picturesque America, full gilt morocco
binding, for sale at a bargain at the Bul
letin bindery. J. C. Huels.
Mew York Ntoru.
New Sugar Cured Hams,
New Sugar Cured BreaktaRt Bacon,
New Sugar Cured Shoulders,
New Hock Candy Drip Syrup.
K.&O. Seir-rNlitg Buckwheat Hour,
best article In iim try It.
New Dried Corn, etc.,
New Hal -liu,
Also New Orleans sugar and syruu
We offer thu above go xls ut bottom tljf.
urcs. vims. Vt i-ATien cv .v.
FARMER, THE CLOT
Is Once More in the
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Prioetk
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of tM Btt ityte,
No goods that smell
and sponged, only for sale fits guaranteed, as we are already known ftr
such. Others fight competition of that kind with "shoddy" gts4f, mad t
by second hand dealers. Keep your eyes open. Listen to no, ftorits tkat
sound like "soft soap" as it's a very poor merchant that cannot dtftttd
his own business.
A trial is what we aak to mnke customers out of you all. We don't aak your patronage oaaaesrt af M
ing "frionds" or old Cairottos (aa wo hare been known here lo I these many years) bt to saw mtM
nlmighty dollar. Tho time for paying for friendship is gone. Our stook of Tino Uuderwsar, tka latgsat
in the city, at prices to suit all. Wo makf war on high prices. At Usual, ,
FarnbaJser, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STRUT.
Tli. IK'lletin prlnllag
tprcblty of Iltll ltwU,
Note Uracil, letter llrwls,
.StatriiirntH, CartU, Ktc. Look at thete iirlcea:
Hmall size bill hraitu, .rr luw U (O
ilfUlum Ut- bill beads, wr tboustnil 3 76
All on fourteen pound papr, Carlisle inllla,
rated two cent J.er pound higher than peper
nnil by any other otBce ruled to order at the
mills Mpt-clally for this office.
Statement, t'urlyslp, per 1U0O
Letter Heads, Curly.lc, iht 1000
. 4 60
. : eo
Notv Head), fatlyslu, per 1WO
Vlsltlnucanls r package 7.'e
Duslnea ctinl", No. 1 3-ply Ilriitol board.
per 1000 1 M to 4 (0
Iluilnets cards, No 1 blank, per 1000 a O)
Qunrtcr-iheet, half-ihcet, full-sheet arid three
sheet potter, unil colored wrk below St. Louis
l'aniphlct, Book Work and l'rlcc Lists made
Com pressed Trust Xotlce.
1 have this day secuml the sole ugi-ncT
for the sale of Gall, Fk-Uchmati &
Company's compressed yeast, cither
wholesele or retail. Dealers can
be supplied at any mid all
times by calling on ine. This is the only
yeast of the kind in market that Is gen
nine. W. L. Bristol, 32 Eighth street.
Cairo. 111.'., Oct. 23. 1875. 10-28-lm.
Wanted Wagon Hakei-a.
Four good wagon makers can tlnd em
ployment by Inquiring at thu Gamble
Manufactory, Cairo, ill. 11-12-lt.
Don't forget to get your present of 10
yards of thu be.'i calicos before going
elsewhere, at Heilljron & Wcll'e.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttlo
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) flnUh,
valued nt $35. Will be sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, anil ordereifdtrect
from the factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
city of Cairo at 52 50 each (half price.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued at $75. Will be sold at $10
discount, aud ordered direct from the
A $90 llemington Sewing Machine
$30 oft for cash. Suitable, tor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
"Picturesque America" IS numbers
bound In 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco;
A style "E," "Clough, Warren &
Co.'s" Parlor Organ, right from tho fuc-
tory at Detroit. List price, $3(0. Will
be sold for $200.
For any of the above articles, apply a
the litiLLUTix office. K. A. Bhhnktt.
Drunkenness Cured !
Without inconvenience, at your home. Anti
dote lent free to nny iicldre3 ou receipt of ono
dollar. Address .
K. It. 1IUIII1AUI), M. n.
MjnaKerSt. I.ouU Inebriate llosplil.
omrc-tlll Olive Street, St. Lottli.
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Cured without pain or inconvenience, at Tour
hvtuu In lOUuys. Medicines for lint three weeks'
treatment sent free to uny uddrcea on receipt of
llvedollara. Slate amount useU dully.
Addlvm. r. It. HUIIUAItn, M. D.
Manager St. LouU Inebriate Hospital.
OlUi t 1111 Olive Street, St. Uul.
Obstaoles to Marriage.
Happy relict for younf men from the
effect of Errors and Abuses In early life.
Mauhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New and remarkable remedies.
Books aud Circulars sent free, hi senled
envelopes. Address Howard Associa
lion, -lit) N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. nn Institution having a high repu
tation for honorable conduct and profes
sional skill. MM4v3m
Live Agents Wanted
To sell Dr. Chase's Recipes ; or infor
mation for Everybody, In every county
In thu United Slates and Caundas. En
larged by tho publisher lo Old pages. It
contains over 3000 household recipes, aud
Is suited to all clusses nnd conditions of
society. A wonderful book and a house
hold necessity. It sells at sight. Oreat
est Inducements ever oftered to book
agents. Sample copies sent by mall,
Postpaid,- for $1. Exclusive territory
given. Agents more than double their
money, Address Dr. Chase's Steam
Printing House, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
BIG GUN !
Forth its Flroy
to mind that
Field to tell all Clothing Bnyar tkftt tky
are still buying
of powder of the war of
LYNCH ft HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved I .and 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 residences.
Business house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Stilwell.
Business house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man & Co.
Winter's Block- suitable for Hotel,
Offices or Business rooms cheap.
Teneni'-nts numbered 4, 7, 8 and 0. In
Winter's How, 6 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 507 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, Bear Wash
ington avenue 1 rooms $10 a month.
Store room Iu "Pilot House," lately
occupied ly A. Halley.
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Sewing Machine Co., on Commercial
avenue, near Ninth street.
Two small Houses west of Twenty-
second street, near Pine, $4 each per
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut. 6 rooms, for SI9 ner month.
Store room on Levee, abovo Elf htli
street $20 per month.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside tire limits. Also
a large number of other Lots in dlflcrent
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
1000 sheets of bristol board just re
ceived at the Bulletin olllce, and lor
sale to the trade.
The motto of Hellbron & Well 1
"Quick sales and mnll prollts."
Look at the splendid suit (or six dol
lars you can get at Hellbron & Well's,
142 and 144 Commercial avenue.
We have just received a full line of
children's cloaks and bonnets ; also
ladles' cloaks aud skirts at lower prices
than ever. llEii.HUO.N & Wkil.
The best mid cheapest hats can be
found at Hellbron & Weil's.
City or Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale nt halt
price ($2.00) at the Bulletin ottlee.
We are offering a full line 'of jcaas at
cost price. Heii.uhon & Wkil.
Exchange for sale on all the princi
pal cities of Europe at Enterprise Savings
All styles of goods marked down to
suit the times at Ht-llbron & Well's.
Hellbron & Well have reduced their
mea's aud hoys' overcoats to astoulih
Ingly low prices.
The best ono dollar Kid Gloves found
in this country can bo bought at Hell
bron & Well's, 142 and 144 Commercial
.lust received, another lot of those
calico remnants at 0 cents a yard, at Hell
bron & Well's. ,
A series of lectures under the auspi
ces of thu members of the Library Asso
ciation for the establishment of a public
library In Cairo, will bo held alter
nately at the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Chrlstaln churches. The following la
dles and gentlemen have kindly 'con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Nov. 10, Dr. II. Wardncr.
" 23, Rev. Chas..A. Gilbert.
" 2!), Dr. Wm. R. Sml'h.
Dec. 0, MUs Kate Thompson.
" 13, Hon. Wm. H. Green.
" 31, Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
O. C. E. Gom, Seo'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
In waterproof, all colors, we give ex
tra Inducements ! Best black nt 00 oenU
a yard. Hcilhron & Wkil.
A nmm tta SSver
To Cowperthwalt A 'Phillips, to try those
Gold Buckle cigars.
Wo have four doien imitation .Ebony
fanlniiM-a. Isken -for udver.
Using, which' we will sell ii two dollars
per dozen. Inquire at Bullet In oHtce.
Plain and Iwkqpi
1812 ; goods wtll
Kt CowyrMsesI yaat.cg
Only agency In tow"forTatsk
yeast best In use wholesale and retail.
Received fresh dally by 2?w York Store.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Padacah.
" Andy Johuson, St. Louln.
" Sllvc-rthorn, EvanrriUt.- i
Belle Memphis, St. Louis.' -Cons
Millar, Cincinnati. 1
Red Cloud, Evanairllle.
Pat Cleburne, EfarUvllliP
St. Joseph, St. Louis.
Little Culm, batik.
Belle Shreveport, N. O. '
Grand Tower, Memphlr.
4 hos. B. Florence, St. LoUltf.
Julia, St. Louis.
Tow-boat George klpaiigler, Ohio.
" Mountain Oak, Ohio.
" Greyhound, South.
" Wild Duck, PltUburjr.
Girl or the Period. Dickey Island.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducab.
Belle Memphis, Memphis.
Cons Millar, UeBafkks.
City Vicksburg, St. LotU.
Red Cloud, KvansrUle.
Pat Cleburne, MenapuU.
Andy Johnson, N. O.
St. Joe, MenphU.
Blle Shreveport, St. !.
Oiand Tower, 8t Lotisf. '
Tho.. B. Florence, JM. OMf.
Tow-boat Future CPy, N. O.
Geo. Spangler, N. O.
" Mountain Oak. Ohio.
" Greyhouud, Ohio.
" Wild Duck, St. Louli.
tllVKK, WKATBKB AMD tViVftSt.
The rlvor last evening was 12 eet 10
1-5 inches ou the gauge, having rion 44
l-o Inches during the previous 48 hourt.
Weather cloudy and coldi 1
Business good. r
The Evansvllle packet! broughVoniy
moderate freight trips.
The George Spanglcr had two hwiN
of produce and one of coal for'tho'Soulh.
The Wild Duck discharged a lot of
Pittsburg wares here, and had two barges
of freight for St, ,oul,
The tradlng.boat Little Cuba was
sold hero for thirty-six dollar at auc
Thomas Keefe, who lived on tho
farm In Kentucky, opposite the whart
boats, died ol pneumonia yesterday.
A large deer was discovered swim
uiiug in tho river opposite the point yea.
tenlay, aud whea welast saw it several
skill's were in hot pursuit-v 1
The Pat. Cleburne added 40 tons
here, aud had perhaps 250 tonslfor Me(sv
phls. She had a good trip of peoplo tii
Tha Thomas B. Florence is ths new
government iron boat for river Improve
ments. She is en route to Red river o
work on the great rafts, the papers say.
The Andy Johnson left here wifh
1.C00 tons on herself aud barge, and will
add, perhaps, 500 tons below here. Mkr to
to go Into the Evansvllle sad
trade on her return.
Havs reraove.l tblr oUat sad Mlstrsou fraW
corner NINTH TKKr.T snl CosnmssIsI Ae
dm to lb- CnnwuidinQ brick r o- C u
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