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This to Mwsnjfk ef iletim now be
Ing produeMl ty Wsa. Winter, the artist,
ottktoeMr. Tnetefrfesures areereetlng
touch Interest hi w Mm principal Km tern
awl Western c4tk,betjr altogether new,
They are unlike phetefraphi, being
ralMd end beautifully enameled orer the
entire tartac. toft la tone, but distinct In
the lights and shades. No cm who sees
then &llt toudnvJro these, er to fire the
artist aa order. We have been shown a
amber of picture of well-known ladle
aad gentlemen of mm city, atid nave no
bealtatlon In pronouncing them perfectly
plendld. We would tkeretore advise all
who take Intereit In iuch matter or de-
tire picture, to call upou Mr. Winter at
tilt gaMTry i"" work In this
aw swaueh of the ahadow-captwiug art
ftiltm "!" itdeen, wNh
sWlng gel levy, and all fixtures
pnfclnnV Mm ettsAtUnsBent. For
terseief mM, mj t
fbl-r '" Mat. Axxia Cothb.
Venom karlaveUtarM nssilag pump
ing t ed reiring em "eve It does
procaeily asd at prior to suit the times,
by csdiing on J.'B. Hawtln, Croat street
Jaeob Walters awl Cbrto Mum, two
ol attr well-known fcuteUrt have saao
ckitasJ latpither and under tke Arm natae
of Jacob Walters Co., hare opened a
iubU niarket oa the north tide of Eighth
t5S.(lii.PbUHowanlaold aisad. Thlt
wtil baa ftrtt-cbtu market In every rc
peet, MtlM name at the proprietor!
jruavantee-a market where the choiset t
of cut meats, steaks, roatta of beef, mut
tan, park and teuleon; together with
aaatage, bacon, etc., will be aerved out
to aatomertlR a a eat awl satisfactory
maaawr. AM seek old frtanes er sew ac
qaaJalaaott are invited to call and tee
Everybody to knoK that tke place to gel
A smooth shave,
A good tnaaspee,
A fMktonable hair-cat,
Or anything In that line,
II at tilt QRAND CBKTBAL IIarbkr
shop, eoraer Kigkth aad Commercial.
t-S-tt J. O BO ROB STBIXHoOsB.
We received this morning a new supply
of Ladle' and Misses' knlttted Jackets
with and without sleeves ; also a tine lot
of children's bonnets, which we offer at
a great Inducement.
Hbu.buo.n- Jfc Weil,
143 aud 144 Commercial Avenue.
A.llalley has removed to hit new
store room, 115 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine houso, where he will be
pleated to tee all his old customers and
as many uev ones. U-30-tf
INm mt BeanaTal.
C. Koett baa reatovvd hit boot and
shoe ahap from the old stand to his
new brlak building (one block below),
No. M Commercial avenue, between
Filth aad Sixth streets, where he will
keep the twtt home made and St. Lou I
custom made boot and shoot, made of
the best material ; good workmanship
and In the latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. 8-23-U.
A Na. 1 lAsiaxirr.
It It now coactdsd that Mrs. Colcnaa,
the ltundreu, Mo. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington A Commercial avenue,
has one ot the btt oenUuctcd laundry ci
tablUninontt la tb city, and landlord of
hotels and boarding bouses a III tlud it to
their fidvaattga to call unan her.
ller prices are as follows : Hotel sad
boardlng-heute washing, 75 centt per
doten. ITot plo work price are
aa follow: Single sblrt and col
lar, lOes psr dosen 80c; socks 6c; two col
lars, 5t;tws handkerchiefs, Be; vttt SOej
aad aM fsattemen's wear, 80c per
dozen. XadteV drestst, to 80c;
skirt W to Me; drawers 10 to lie; two
oalr haea ae: two cellar B to lOe. tot la
dles' plain eJetkes 11 00 per doses; for hv
ale One elotksi, 1 95 per dozen; dona
dramntlr. and aroBPtlv delivered. Pa-
treaage tollclUd. Wt.im
A riaa ntack.
Wm. Eblers datlret to Inform his pat
rons and the public generally, that he has
now on band a large stock of French aud
German Calf, Kip and Sforocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, for store and
office wear, the finest of Morocco or Call
Bkln Shoes or Boots: and forfuruicrs,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
offered In this market Ills Lasts are of
ths latctt stylet, and he can guarantee
tit and satlsfatlon to all bis patrons.
gSjrXX Amber and White rag stock
envelope at the Bt'LLBTix office, printed
S 60 and f4 00 per M.
A No. 1 second-band, aeven octavo
piano, as-good as new, manufactured by
Hallet t Davis, Is offered for sale at a
bargain. Apply to
lQ-W-lui. Bulletin Offlco.
iFLnron nw itocx
Hatt, Ctp, Boots, Skoei.
TXS. WAXBXX U reiria all a
i-lira 4 apissidld atoak af troaas,
acta u eatersauM to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Ka to saaalvad to. tha. very baat
oda for tka vary lewaal xiMe. OaU
and aaa tae yatuaalTa.
Oavswr Uatik am4 Ohio
ATM P ArnVKBTISIHSJ.
rrAll blUa tor adrartUlM, an 4a aa4 sr
akl m AtTAca.
Traaitat dTrtlil will tic lunrtod at tb
rat of II (O r iqnar for Ik lnt Inmtloa
nd tOowU for Mb lubccqutnt oa. A liberal
lleoot will b aiad on Uodlof aod dUplar
Church, Hoolttr, Tmtlnl and Supper mum
Will onlr bt lstcrtcd M wlTrrtiKiatnU.
tor utMrtlnf rnncral nolle at (0. Xoticcof
rBMliacoftodctlc or ttciat order WcatVr
Mo adwutotniMit will W rlvtd at 1 than
THURSDAY, NOVKMBKR 18, 1976.
Local Bualn ITetloaa. of
tan llaaaar aaara. Tnaaitd
la tka Bui latin aa tellewa :
Oaa laaartlea par lis... .. a Oanta.
Tvi tBaarUona par llsa..... 7 Qamt.
Thraa taaarttosa rr lta 10 Oaata.
lx lnaartloaa pi Una 16 Casta.
Two wsekapar llaa BS Oaata.
Oaa Bonta par Una ......nM..8S3 Oaata.
Xo Kadoctlan will ba saa4 la abova
Lacal Woatker Baart.
Caio. III., Kot.17, W7.
Wixd. I Vil. I Wbath.
i a i
Srftant. SlgDal Strrlcc, U. H. A.
John Q. Harman is improving.
The weather- yesterday was rather
cool, but pleasant.
Work on the acw levee hat beta
Mr.' Marlon Wright, of St. Johnt, la
In the city.
The council proceedings will appear
in to-morrow's Issue.
Squire Tom Martain, of Goose Island,
it in the city ou county court business.
William D. 1'arrlt, of Thebes, was in
attendance at the county court yesterday.
Judge McCrlte, of Clear Creek, was
In the city attending county court yes
terday. G. Ackerman, of Viclcshurg, Missis
sippi, was registered at the St. Charles
Madame llurtlia, the jrreat New
York "fortuae teller," is at the Grand
Mr. John T. Keith, editor of the
Johnson County Yeoman, was in town
yesterday oa business.
Quit a number of gentlemen from
Vienna, Johnson county, were in the city
yesterday attending court.
The thermometer stood at eight de
grees below freezing point yesterday
morning at seven o'clock.
1. W. Cochran, of Baton Rouge, La.,
one of the present owners of the St.
Charles Hotel ol this city, is In town.
Col. P. A. Van Frank, president of.
the Cape Girardeau t State Line rail
road cotnpaay, was registered at the St.
A neat aud substantial plank tide-
walk it now In course of construction on
the sonth tide of Fourteenth ttreet, be
tween I'oplar street and Commercial ave
Mrs. Dr. Wardner, we are told, will
in a few days start ou a trip through the
counties embracing the Eighteenth Con
gressional District, on business connected
with the Ceutenulal Exhibition.
Spiced pigs' feet by the barrel, half
barrel, keg and cans. Choice new leaf
lard by the tierce, half barrel, keg and
bucket, just received and for sale by
The tingiag of Mist Lantden, Mist
Izzle Steele and Mitt Granger, on Tues
day evening, was very beautiful. These
ladles are classed among the best vocal
ists of our city, and always delight their
A number of Ilia most prominent la
dles of Cairo will meet at the Athcocura
next Wednesday afternoon, for the pur
pose of organizing a Centenalal Commit
tee, and beglnniug their work lor the
great exposition In 1870.
The Udiet of the colored Methodist
church are making preparations to give a
big Thanksgiving dinner. A number of
the ladles Interested In the event are now
out raising money by subscription, to
carry out their undertaking.
Among the prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles yesterday, wera M. 8. Good
rick, Saginaw, Michigan E. V, Jones,
Cincinnati ;George W. Mitchell, Aurora,
Indiana; Bobert, Kaulman, Cincinnati;
E. A.. Dot Laurence, tit. Louis; and
James U. David sou, St. Paul.
ilio hippopotamus and two la
mas which wort brought to
this city with Rothchlld Co's
jioyai victoria circus and menag
erie, were yesterday morning shipped
over the Illinois Central railroad to New
York city, where they will be put ou ex
hibition lir Central Park.
An old German, commonly aalled
Joe, who Is charged with having stolen
a lot of cooper's tools .out of the shop of
Mr, Steele, in uua city, nnaWMtMy nignt,
was arretted in Mound City on Tuesday
bv tha eke ntanlialea twit UeV Mf
was brought to Cairo On TMday'-nLgk4j
k . -. .. - i ...
an it now. oatmneu in un county je.
The marriage of Walton W. Wright
sard Mis Mattic Williamson will take
place at the Methodist church this even-
In?. It will bo a very brilliant wedding,
The ceremony will be performed by the
Bey. Mr. Gllbam.
A good audience wst In attendance
at the lecture el Mrt. Granger on Tues
day evenlug. Her tubject was "Centen
nial Work." She handled It In a Viy
masterly manner, and highly pleased her
30,000 note heads, 30,000 envelopes,
90,000 letter heads, It reams statements,
90 reams bill beads Carlisle paper Just
received ind for sale at the Bullbtim
At a meeting of the member of the
Cairo Encampment of Odd Fellows and
their wlvet, at Odd Fellows hall, on
Tuesday night, It was decided to hold
their sociable one week from to-morrow
night. It will be a brilliant occasion,
aud will be attended with a grand tupper
Patrick Clancy, a stranger In our
city, wat arrested by Chief of Police
Gossmauou Tuesday night tor being
drunk, and put in the lock-up. He wat
uji before Judge Bird for trial yesterday
morning, fined two dollars and costs, and
sent baek to the calaboose to remain three
days, aa a punishment for his wayward
The "Two Orphans" troupe appear
at the Athencum for the Drat time this
evening. The troupe will undoubtedly
be well patronized, as this Is the first pre.
aentalion of the "Two Orphans" in Cairo.
The compan y, we are Informed by par
ties who have witnessed their perform
ances, Is ilrstrclass in every respect, be
ing composed of ladles and geatlenKn of
undoubted ability. Reserved teats for
this evening's entertainment can bo bad
Our notice of the marriage of Mr.
BintliS and Miss Holmes contained an
error, therefore wc republish it. Mr. E. II.
Bintliff, son of Gen. Blntllff, editor of the
JanesvlUe (Wis.) GatttU, and Mitt
Annie Uolmet were married at St. Peter's
Episcopal church, Mound City, on Mon
day evening at 8 o'clock. They left for
-St. Louis at 12, and from there will go to
Chicago and thence to Janesvllle, their
A runaway that creatsd quite a ttlr
among the people and tea tat, took place
on Ohio Levee yesterday afternoon. A
Missouri countryman left hU tesni stand
ing near the establishment of Henry
Bayers, and the animals got frightened,
ran down the levee, turning over drays
and everything else that chanced to be In
their way. When they reached the cor
ner of Fourth ttreet they came In contact
with a water-cart, which they completely
demolished. Their course waa here
brought to a close, when It was fojind
that no damage whatever bad been done
either the wagon or the team.
The lecture of Mrs. Ella C. Qranger
on "Centennial Work," delivered at the
Preibyterlancharch on Tuesday evening,
fully answered the expectations of the
lady's audience. Mrs. Granger is thor
oughly posted on her subject, and gave a
full and interesting history of the Cen
tennial enterprise sine its Inception.
The address was calculated to excite an
interest in the matter, especially among
the ladies, as it contained many points In
regard to the work dona by the women
of other localities which arc of a nature
encouraging to those about to enter Into
it Mrs. Granger's delivery and maimer
were very pleasing.
A. Jacckcl, of the Thallan saloon,
opposite the Bulletin ofllce, is bow pre
pared to serve up, on short notice, fresh
oysters In any style thai may be desired.
Having a neat, tasty and quiet room, no
better place In the city can be found
where one can go and enjoy a dish of the
bivalves. On each Sunday afternoon he
will spread a aumptuout lunch and will
continue the same until farther notice.
On next Sunday he will treat hit, patrons
to kartonel ptannenkuchen, (potato pan
cakes), with cranberry sauce, aud he
extends a cordial lnvitatiou to all to come
and partake of the same. 11-16-tf
The lecture by Mrs. Granger ou last
Tuesday evening, as Is well known, waa
to have beeu delivered the Tuesday even
ing previous. Mrs. Granger was unfor
tunately muck Indisposed on that even
ing, aud this fact, taken in conjunction
witli the inclemency of the weather, made
It Impossible for her to speak on that oc
casion. It being the desire of tho ladies
Interested In Centennial work tohavo the
lecture delivered at early at possible, Dr.
Wardner, whoso lecture night was Tues
day, very kindly gave way for Mrs.
Granger, and will till hit engagement
uear tha clcae of the eourte. Tha lecture
committee feel that thanks are due the
Doctor for hit consideration, and are
happy to make them public through the
columns of the Bullxtin.
General Simpson, who arrived In
Cairo yesterday morning, was visited by
the mayor, aldermen and a number of
citizens In the afternoon, In the Inter
view, the geneial laid that he had ex
pended much of the money appropriated
by congrett for tho improvement of the
Mitsisslppl river, and that the amount re
mainlag In his hands wat not sufficient
to warrant him in undertaking any per
manent work In tho river at this point,
but that he would, If the work at Devil's
Island could be laid aside, do temporary
work that would stop tho further wash of
our levee. He advised that some means
be brought to bear upon congress that
would Induce that body to make an ap-
' propriatlon for tha Improvement of the
Mississippi here, He left with lilt steamer
On yesterday morning, about half'
past three o'clock, as Mr. John U.Speart,
an old gentleman of fifty-five years of
age, mall agent on the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain & Southern railroad, was going
to lilt Wonts, after ntaklng bit "rua," ko
was struck tt violent blow In tha face by
a burly rutttan who was concealed near
tho City National Bank, on the levee.
The old gentleman cried for help, which
brought to his assistance William Cua
dlgaadOtasdooterTesnCoikMt), en whose
train Saner riaaii: AnWanrntiiwSaaari.
the wokl.be I'obbsr'foik'tohlsheelt.but
wu follow! by UMtwogeatleeaM named
who, after a short search, found him
towed away under the sidewalk near tka
residence of Mrs. Scott Wklts, on Wash
ington aveau. Neither of hk pursuers
relished the Idea of going under the walk
after ktra, but Cundlff, who was bent on
capturing his man, borrowed Conltn't re
volver, groped bis way nuder the walk
In the dark, and Anally laid his hands on
the garroter, whom he collared and
dragged oat into the street. II was
handed over to Officer Andy Cain, who
locked him up until yesterday morning,
and then gave him a hearing before
Judge Bird, who held hlra to ball in the
turn of eight hundred dollars, for hit ap
pearance at tha next term of the circuit
court. In default of ball he was sent to
jail. The nanM of tho prlsonsr It Thomas
Madame Bursha, tha celebrated for
tune teller of Mew York city, ha taken
parlors at the Grand Central Hotel, and
will remain one week, commencing Wed'
neaday, November 17th. Ladiea 50c .
gent 1. Hour from 1 p ,m. till 9 p. m,
A small memorandum book on the
cars of the Mississippi Central railroad,
between Arlington, Kentucky, and
Cairo, 111. Had name stamped on one
side. Any one returaing the same to
the Arlington Hotel will be liberally
rewarded. T. W. 8tbuno,
Nov. 18,1878. at
An Improved farm of forty acres, If
teen miles from Cairo, uear Caledonia,
111., will be sold or exchanged for a house
and lotdn Cairo. Address,
John R. Pimbon,
11-18-31 Caledonia. Pulaski county. 111.
HatMiatr Term-Xtaiai ner Jatara
In tha case of the People vs. Nancy
Mack, for keeping a bouse of ill-fame, a
nolle was entered by State's attorney and
In the matter of the People tt. Sam'l
W. neater, for selling liquor without
license ; change of venue from Johnson
county ; defendant in court, jury irapan-
neled ; evidence heard and jury returned
verdict of not guilty and defendant dis
charged. The People vt. George James, for
larceny ; information Hied by Stale's
attorney ; defendant in custody of tka
sheriff on n bench warrant ; put to plead ;
plead not guilty ; jury waived and trial
by court ; evidence beard; adjudged $95
and cotts and Imprisonment In county
jail for thirty days.
In the ease of the People vs. Joseph
Smith, larceny; Information by State's
attorney; defendant In. custody of sheriff
under bench warrant ; being put to plead,
plead guilty, whereupon the court as
sessed a One against him of $10 and costs.
aad imprisonment In county lall for
Here the court adjourned until 9
with . T. Ltaecar,
A reporter for the Bulletin yesterday
went In search of the Hon. D. T. I.lnegar
In the hope of inducing that gentleman
to unbosom himself, and let the world
know, through the columns of the Bul
lxtin, what he might have to say con
cerning the transaction in "crooked
whisky," In which Mr. Llncgar, In con
nection with the Hon. D. W. Muiin, late
supervisor of internal revcuue, and
other, are alleged to have played promi
nent part. Mr. Linegar was collared by
the Bullbtix missionary near the corner
of Twellth street and Washing ton avenue,
where, alter some commonplace remark,
toe following conversation took place :
Kep. Mr. Linegar, I there snything
you would like to say eoncernlng the
"crooked whisky" transactions In con
nection with whioh your name, at well
as that of the Hon. D. W. Munn, and
others, ba been so freely used of latef
II there It, the Bulletin it at your ser
vice, and will take pleasure In giving you
the benefit of whatever you may detlre
Mr. L, Not any Interview for me, if
Rep. Then you have nothing to say
about this matter f
Mr. L. Thlt much you may tay : The
lettera published in the St. Louis pspers,
and copied into the Bulletin are lies.
No such letters were ever written. You
msy say further that the story that I
ever received $9,000, is also a Us. 1 never
received ene eent, either for myself or
any one else.
Kep. Mr.Llnegar, who It this man So
pir, to whom these letters are alleged to
have been addressed f
Mr. L. Soplr was book-keener for the
distilling firm of ; and formerly In
the employ of S. L. Barton, of Indiana.
Thlt It all I have to tay.
With this, Mr. Linegar turned on hit
heel and wandered In the direction of the I
courthouse. The reporter took the op
posite direction, sad at heart because Mr.
Linegar could not be Induced to say
A SJeeat JPIaee t Umr
A. Ilalley's new store is certainly one
of the best arranged of the kind to be
found In the city, and what la better, he
bat so arranged Mi prices that many are
taking advantage of the opportunity of
fered to buy stoves, tinware, etc, cheaper
than ever known In Cairo. Call ou Hal
ley, 115 Commercial avenue, next door to
the Arab engine house. 9-30-tf.
Only agency In town for Tautsky
yeast best In use wholesale and retail.
Jtaselved fresh dally by New YorkHtore.
Ohm more Belohee Forth its Firey
4 ' 1 ZJ
to mind tnat
FARHBiKER. TEE CLOTHIER,
If Onoo If or in the Field to tell all Clothing Buyen 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 good! 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 light 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.
trial it want w Mat to make customers oat of yon nil. We don't nek your patronage en account of be
ing "friends" er old Cairoltes (an we hare been known here lo 1 tkese many years) but to eave you tke
unugnty oouar. Tne time ror paying ror menaanip is gone. Our etook of Fino Uuderweer. the largest
In the city, at prioee to saltan, we
Steamer Jim Fltk. Paducah.
" Arkansas Belle, Kvsntrllle.
11 Red Cloud, Erantvllle.
" Jno. A. 8cudder,Kew Orleans.
M Belle Memphis, Memphlt.
" Vlut Skinkle, Cincinnati.
" Charles Morgan, Cincinnati.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paducak.
" Arkansas Bells, EvansvlUe.
Red Cloud, Evantville.
M Jno. A. Scudder, St. Louis.
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
" Vint Shlnkle, Memphis.
" Charlea Morgan, New Orleans.
" Olencoe, New Orleans.
T. F. Eckert; Dickey Island.
KlVnn, WBATHBH AMD BUSINB8S.
Tbe river last evening was 14 feet ou
the gauge, having riven 7 1-6 inches dur
ing the previous 9A hoars.
Tke weather is very cold and ice
covered the wheels ol steamers that ar
rived yesterday morning.
Bit la cm good.
The Eddy ville brought 40 ton iron
for Bt. Louis.
Tbe Evantville packets brought only
Caps. John. Barren was a passenger
South en theTint Shlukle.
The Eddyvllle went up to Goose Is
land to pick up a trip for Nashville.
The Vint Shlnkle added , all-she
wanted here, and waa well laden for the
Cant. SchencVa new steamer. Cen
tennial, now being computed at Cincin
nati, .will be a 1400 too boat.
Capt. Hambleton has contracted to
build a Missouri river boat for C. K. Feck
and Doc Terry. She Is to be completed
March IS, 1876.
The receipts of cotton at Memphis on
Monday last were 0,335 bales, the heaviest
on record. The total receipts to that
date were 110,501 bales.
The T. F. Eckert towed the dredge
boat to tke foot of Abie's tow-head, yes-'
tcrday, where the dredge will work upon
a barge of Iron ore, which hat been tuuk
there over a year.
The Charlea Morgan had tha biggest
trip of sundries that has come out of
the Ohio In many a day, and tbe had
alto 108 cabin and a large number of
The compact between tho oil mills
and the Vlcksburg and New Orleaus
packets has been dissolved, sud hereafter
the packets will buy the seed and tell It
to the mills.
The Hope, now due with a tow of
produce for New Orleaus, will be wrecked
this winter and her machinery placed in
a new boat which Captain Coles proposes
to build in the spring for the Southern
W ab Dar AaTMBMT t nivaa Itaroar,
Not. 17. 1B7S.
LOST WATBB. CIIAMOB.
TT. IB. FT. in,
Cairo "TT S "T t
Vittabarj 7 a X I
Cincinnati 14 9 X
IxaliTlll t S - I
NalTlll t -
81. Laula S a - t
Srxtant, Signal Sarvlct, U. S. A.
Hew Terk ntara,
New Sugar Cured Hams,
New Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon,
New Sugar Cured Shoulders,
Now Rock Candy Drip Syrup.
K. ft O. Self-rising Buckwheat Flour
best artlclo in use try If,
New Dried Corn, etc.,
Also New Orleans sugar and syrup
Vfc offer the above goods at bottom fig- j
uret. Chas. O. Patirb & Co.
CoL Law, of Pttlaskl, Pulaski, oounty,
desires to take ten or a dosen horses, to.
winter at bit farm. Good staMtng and
pasture, at low rates. For rcfrrenco ap
ply to J. H, Meteelf, Cslre, HI.
make war on high prices.
Fexrobetker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lands In Alexander county.
"Wlnter't Block" and "Winter
A large number of desirable Resi
dences, and excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses and residence.
Business house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Stllwell.
Business hoitse.on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man & Co.
Winter's Block-suitable for Hotel,
Offices or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, 8 and 0, In
Winter's Row, 6 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 607 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 4 rooms $10 a month.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Hallcy.
Store rOoin 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 Twellth, near
Walnut, 6 rooms, for $12 per month.
store room on ixsvee, above f.igntn
street $20 per month.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
k number of Lots on Icvce, above
Twelfth street, outside Are limits. Also
a large number of other Lots In dlflcrunt
Lands, in tracts to suit; near Cairo.
1000 sheets of brlstol board
ceivedat the Bulletin ofllce,
talc to the trade.
The motto of Hellbron & Weil is
"Quick sales and small profits.'1
Look at the splendid suit for six dol
lars you can get at Hellbron &, Well's,
142 aud 144 Commercial avenue.
We have just received a full line of
children's cloaks and bonnets ; also
ladies' cloaks aud skirts at lower prices
than ever. Hmnrtox & Weil.
The best and cheapest hats can be
found at Hellbron & Well's.
flly of (aire,
colored and varnished, for sale at li"
price ($2.50) at the Bulletin office.
We are offering a full line of jeaas at
cost price. Heilukon & Weil.
Exchange for sale ou all the princi
pal cities of Europe at Enterprise Savings
All styles of ifoods marked down to
suit the times at Hellbron & Well's.
Hellbron & Well have reduced their
men's and boys' overcoats to astonish
ingly low prices.
The best ono dollar Kid Glovct found
in thlt country can be bought at Hell
bron & Well's, 142 and 144 Commercial
Just received, another lot of those
calico remnants at 0 cents a yard, at Hell
bron 4 Well's.
A scries of lectures under tbe auspi
ces of the members of the Library Asso
ciation for the establishment of a public
library In Cairo, will be held alter
nately at the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Chrlstaln churches. The following la
dies and gentlemen have kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Nov. 10, Dr. H. Warduer.
" 23, Rev. Chas. A. Gilbert.
" 29, Dr. Wm. R. Smith.
Dec. 0, Miss Kate Thompson.
" 13, Hon. Wm. 11. Green.
" 91, Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
O. C. E. Goss, Sec'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
In waterproof, all colore, we give ex
tra inducement ! Best black at 00 cents
a yard. , Heuebon Weil.
A Umm, SI aw 4vr .
To Cowperthwalt Phillips to try those
Gold Buckle cigars.
Wc hsve four doaen imitation Kbeny
Spraguo C-Ojneflsi taken fcrwinvi
Using, whkh w wlH seltattwe dowers
per dosen. Ine.nlre al HnUeUn
Flame end brings
Banana; Habere "Pat Km MSmt
To every sausage manufacturer of
Cairo this challenge Is submitted on the
following grounds; That the diffrrtnt
varieties of sausage manufactured by
Koehler & Bro. are superior to any Otlif r
Cairo manufacture. The decision of the
matter will be left to a competent com
mittee, at Scheel's hall on Sunday, Nov.
Wo make this offer lu good talth, feel
ing confident that better sausagu than
that mnde by Koehler A Bro. has not
been and cannot be produced in Cairo or
the State of Illinois.
11.10-0t Fred. Koculer it Bbo.
Barclay Brothers, at 74 Ohio levee, are
wholesale agents for the celebrated Elalue
Oil. For clear light and absolute safety,
it Is the best oil In the world. It Is also
for sale at retail by all .druggists.
A two-light ornamented gas chandaller,
with globes. Apply to E. A. Burnktt.
Don't forget to get your present of 10
yards of the best calicos before going
elsewhere, at Hellbron & Well's.
ComBraaaal Yafcat Mattea.
1 have thlt day secured the sole agency
for the sale of Oafl, Fleltchman fc
Company's compressed yeast, cither
wbolcscle or retail. Dealers can
be supplied at any and all
times by calling on me. This is the only
yeast of the kind in market that Is gen
uine. W.L. Bristol, 32 Eighth street.
Cairo, 111., Oct 23, 1878. "lO-aS-lm.
TIm Bt'LLXTix printing
establtabmcat make a
specialty or Bill Haada.
Note lUuila, Letter lletula,
Statement, Cnrda, Etc. Txjk at these pi let :
Small aUe bill heuils. per (X0... ..S3 (Q
Medium aixe bill heaili, per thousand . s 7
All on fourteen pound paper, Carllale mills,
ruted two crnti per pound higher Inn a paper
used byanrolbtr Bio reledj lo order at lb
mills eapecJallr for ml oSteo.
Statement, Cwlyale, per 0M SS CO
Utter Heads, Curl;!, per 1000 4 M
Note Hinds, Carljral, per 100...... ...... I 00
limine curda, No. I S-ply Brlelol board,
per 1WCI St lo 4 (
Biulne cardt , No. 1 blank, par !....... S tw
Quartrr-nheet, half ahMt, mll-aneet and three-
sheet poalera, and colored wark below Bl. Loul
l'amphtrl, uook Work anti j-riee i.uia mad
Corrected dally by K. H. Stearaa, commlttlon
mertnaui, secretary or id latro atoara or
flour, accordlnc to fradt
SS 0CS 00
igrn, mixed, aacaeu
Corn, white, ckedm.......
Uuta, mixed .7
llran, per ton ....
.Meat, aieam urieu.
llntter, choke Northern
Butter, choice Southern Illinois-.
Men, per uoien..
ChtckrnSi par dozen
Ttirkrya, per dozen
.7 00(410 on
iippiea, enoire, per Darrei....
Apples, common, per barrel
Potatoes, r barrel....-
, nSm so
unions, per uarrci
FOR TWO NIGHTS OKLY.
Thndij ttiftilij SVp, (or. Wi
Will be produced for lb first ths la thl city
the great Homantlo Drama, In seren acta,
Willi original scenery, painted espccUly far
lMpuWbytevM' Strong-, V Hv Yark.
KlKeMrTed seaU at Mr. Btltmaa'a without
extra charge. U-18-H.
ont side or Ei
.. . Mssjinmra 1
'fiii Jisw Ye,'
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