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A90ALON LOHGK, NO. 51.
Xaltttaaf frUiias, meet avwy rl-
NlawV Mll. Jno. II. Uommak,
, haa rllor Comaywlef.
AIMIWWWI LOIXM.MO. 94.
; IbmimmkM Order of W'i-ra-krwa,
imM every Ttmnwr nlbt
thie-MMMen. In their, pall on
Ceuimcnlal artsM, bftwren ninth an? fcercnUt
.ttlrcts, "j , f sjtT.J. KUTIIrH. UJ
, UtKO KHCAMMptKT, I. O. O. f.,
Vln OiM-JTrllows M en Iht flratand
tiJa IB Trr MBMl, M Ulf-pwt MTHI.
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'CXticotOiax. no. wrTA!. A. if.
1 B Itold iwnlar eamniaakation ! Mu
f jUCaoMo lleJI, earner Conuntsclal tun
eighth stnrt. nn t
nn the kccoM M'l
Thl U a now style or picture now be
ing produce! by Wm. Winter, the artist,
ot Ink city. These pictures are creating
much Interest In all the principal Eiutern
and Western cltie, being altogether new.
They aru unllko photograph, being
raised and beautifully enameled over the
entire surtaoc, loft in tone, but distinct lu
tfe light and shades. No oncwhoecen
litem fall to admire Ihem, or to give Uio
artiat aa order. Wc have been ahowii a
nmmber of picture of well-knowu ladles
aa4 gentlemen of the city, and have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. W would therclore advise all
who take Interest In such matters or de-
fc2tfc ftt, to eaU upon Mr. WJnteV, at
ate galltry and examine his work In this
w uw Uraswt.of the shadow-crapturlug at.
8. j 14& -
u JThVtieiaileo Saloon, ,wUh -tonkin
aibsltaostarnUerT. a4 aU turcs
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tue eatantwiuMxt. r
UrHU oTsasr. apply w
y 4 w H tstMrUcasaMsi: , i
r , Vtn-m hsivitig cUlrrtis nwiiuK PW1-
VLhATwaMsi awi WSAi;twplnfi aU the
f , ' Haw jsisfss.';. '-i
l4 Jacol) WsOaeraJMi rWHi, two
..r JoixA rraTrrwa it
rkreet, toffcti H6war4soW stand., 'llsli
' will be a i ritluss market. In (swery rt
"pect, as the names of-the proprietors
' guarantee a market where the choicest
cwt laeats, at-aks, roasts of laf, mut-
test. -pork and venison; together with
" towage, bacon, etc., will be served out
easterners In a neat and isfcrAop
fmaMer. AU their ohl friends or ai w ac
' uualntances ure Invited to calljoad see
everybody to know thst lite plsec to get
good than! poo.
A fanhlouable hair-cut,
Or anything to tbst line,
Mi at the (InAND Caw that. DaitiiEK
nor, corner KiKlith and Commercial.
9 Putf J. OEoitna Stkinhousk.
A. Halley has removed to his new
store room, 115 Commercial avenue, op
posite YYiuter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine house, where lie will be
nleaal to lee all Ills old cUBtOUHTS and
as many new ones. 0-30-tf
Vraderweart Vraderwenr 1
ladles' and children' underware, me
rino as well as muslin can In; found
eheaiier and belter at Heilbron & Well's
titan any where in the city. A good me
rino undershirt and drawers forlwys
nlv 00 cents: a ffood merino vcet and
pants, for ladles, only $1,
NaUre of ssesaaval.
C. Koch has removed hi boot and
shoe shop from the old stand to his
new brick buUdlng (one block below),
Xo. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, where he will
keep the best home made and St. I.oul
custom made boots and shoes, made of
tha best material , good workmanship
and in the latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. U-23-U
A Ho. 1 Laundry.
It U now conceded tbst Mrs. Coleman
tha Uundreii, No. 12 fourth street, be
twesn Waahlutfton 4 Commercial avenue
has one of the best conducted laundry 1
tauMshment in the city, and landlords ol
botols and bosrdluK hoiuen Mill llml It to
their advantsce to cull ujinn her.
liar rriuus are as (ollows: Hotel and
boarding-house wa-ihlnt;. 75 cents
dosen. Kot piece work prices
an follows: Single shirt and
Isr, 10c; per dozen 80c; sock 6c; two
lHr,oe;two handkerchlets, be; vests
sad all gentiemon's wear, We.
doze. Ladies' dressas, Vt to
skirt 10 to 90e; drawer 10 to 15e;
i,alr hot 6c: two collars 5 to 10c. Kor ls
dies' plain clothes 91 00 per dozen; lor la
dlea tine clothes. II So per dozen; done
irawntiv. and nrbuiptlv delivered, ra
troaag solicited . 8-3 Mm
A rina atock.
Wm. Khlcr desires to Inform his pat
roti and tho public generally, that ho has
now 011 hand a large stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, for store uml
olOco wear, the finest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoe or Boot: and for farmer
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
offered In tuut market. Ill Last are of
the latest styles, and he can guarantee u
lit ana saturation to all hi patrons.
jafrXX Amber and White rag stock
euvelopeaatthe Bulletin ofllce', printed
$9 60 and S4 00 per M.
far ala rta.ua.
A No. I second-hand, seven octave
piano, u good a uew, manufactured by
if allet t Davis, U offered for sale at a
bargalu. Apply to
v 1C.A. Burnett,
10-M-lw. Bulletin OUlce.
SPLENDID MW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hata, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
TKE. WAX.SEB la.
raeelvimr daily . a
lariro and aolendld atocK or soooa,
and la dutftrmuiau 10
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Ho la reaolvod to aire the very beat
rooda for the Tery lowest prices. Call
and aaa for yourselves.
Consar SUth Straat and Ohio
ult xt in.
atm or AsrvKSsrsNsmi.
S.7-A 11 Mil fur advcrtiitlutf, are due and my-
able Ut ADYANCK.
Traimli-nt n-liMtlnItiK will lw IiimtImI attlia
rate of II "t riiuu for the flmt liiwrtion
and W crntA fur each iubixiuent one. A lllwral
dUcouut will be loi'lc on atandlni; and ilUplar
Cliurch, Society, rrstlval tind Sujiper notice
Will only be InserU'd a alterlletBeiiU.
Kor Inserting Kuneral notice l . Notice of
meeting ofaocietle or secret order t cent fur
Jlo ailiertifcioent wiU be received at let than
.SATUltUAV, NOVKMBKlt 20, 1S75.
Local Bualnosa Notlcea, of
ten llnea or more, inaerxea
in tha Bulletin a followa :
Ona Inaartlon per Una ... n OanU.
Two lnsertlona per line 7 Oenta.
TkiM lnaartlona oar lina...10 Centa.
Hlx inaeruosa per line.........-id ueuis.
Two weeka per line ......26 Oenta.
Old month ner line ... M-...3& Centa.
No 'Seduction will be made In above
Loeml Wcallier Report.
Ciko,1ll., Kor .19, leTS.
tergeant. Signal SirTlce, U.S. A.
A round "old car-ritifr, with pendants,
set with garnets and iiearU. The tinder
will be liberally rewarded by leaving tlte
iame at the Bum.etis oluec. lit
Bagncll is gulug ahead with the new
The weather was warm and spring
Geo. A. Poolo, ot Chicago, was a
guest at the St. Charles Hotel yesterday.
Much needed repairs uru being made
on the sidewalks in dillorrnt parts of the
The ULeral.llcliglonlsts give another
of their eniovablo sociables on Wednes
One of Memphis' prominent citizens,
Mr. W. C. Hardwick, was In Cairo yvs
Fount Hagey, an old time Culroboy,
left for his home In St. Louis yesterday
Mr. Jim Morris left yesterday, 011
the steamer Leopard, for the South, on
Mr. ami Mrs. Walton Wright will re
turn from their trli to Memphis on
Cogswell's Two Orphans 'lroupe
played to full hottbcs on Thursday and
Dr. Gibhart, of Metropolis, Is to lec
ture In Liberal Religions hall to-morrow
morning and evening.
G. W. Haruel, agent for the New
York-Colored Gift Show, Is In the city
Uxitig for thu coming of that institution
Mr. R. W. Brown, an extensive to
banco manufacturer of Richmond, Vir
ginia, was n guest ut the St. Charles yes
Mr. J. A. Harcrson, of Louisville,
Kentucky, aud F. It. Semplc, of Cincin
nati. Ohio, were (tuuricred at the St
Invitatlous will bu sent out by the
Boating Association for their party on
tho Eckert, which takes place next
Thursday evening, to-day.
For men's and boys' underwear, also
men's and boys' hats and caps, Heil
bron &, Well's is the cheapest place in tho
city. A good merino suit for 75 cents
-Wo received n visit from Mr. W. II.
Keruan. late of the Indianapolis Smtintl
Vl5D. I VX. I WltATII.
Ho'kou bis way,to the South, where he Tuesday evening, Mrs. Dr. Wntducr an
...in v..,;i ,t.,.in ti... ..t.. nounced that the ladles. whoc names an-
Wilt IVU1UII1 UtMIMA HIV .,lVl& I
Mr. William linirnel. brother at tho
gentlemen who are -now, at work, on our
new levee, arrived iu Cairo yesterday
from fit. Louis. He Is nt tho St. Charles.
Dr. J. II. Cranio will lecturo lu the
Liberal Religious hall, on Sunday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock." Subject : "Man'
Place in Nature." Lecture tree. It.
20,000 note heads, .30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter hcaiU, 10 reams statements,
20,reams trtll heads Carlisle, paper just
received mm for sale at me uullutin
Mr. John JtfObcrtyloit Cairo yesterT
diiy.'forSiwrwtllliibl, where ho deliv
ered hhtiaddress on Odd-Fellowship to
themembcM t)he Qyjof.tt city
Tho best black alpacas from 30 cenU
to i also black casslmcre for w cents.
Empress cloth lu all colors for 60 cents,
and the newest woolen plaid for 30
cents, can alwaya be found at llebron &
Will's, Wi anu 144 Commercial avenue.
A few plgbts slncq, at Jlouud City,'
aouie cowardly thiol stole a twelve dol
lar rug'from Mr,ftt.rt.C,ocliVan,"'wiAie'
that gentleman wan vlsillug ut tho uboye
named place. As might be expected Mr,
Cochran was considerably vexed, ant!
had ho Ducccdcd In catching thn their
would undoubtedly have right genteelly
"tanned his lildc" foV him.
1 JIadame llursha, (lie (ylclralcd fortune-teller
of New York, now ut the
Grand Central hotel, In Cairo, Is meeting
with lino success. Don't tall to call on
her. Sho remains until Thursday, (lie
23t!i Inst. Hours 1 p.m. till 0 p.m.
Ladles, COo; gentlemen, $1. ll-'JO-lt
Just received another new supply of
tltOiic cheap boys' clothing una" overcoat.
As this Is a leading artlcio with us, we
liieati to undersell the cheapest In the
cl y. Hr.ir.iiKo.v & Wkii..
Mrs. Wright, of Memphis, mother ol
Walton W. Wright, who came to this
city to be present at the marriage ot her
son to Miss Mattle Williamson, 011 Thurs
day night, U at tlte residence of her
daughter, Mrs. W. 1'. Ualllday.
Mr. Marlon Wright, of St. John,
mid Mr. Will Powell, of Madison, Indi
ana, who acted asgroomimeu ut the wed
ding of Walton W. Wright and Miss
Mattle Williamson, on Thursday evening,
left for St. Louis at 12 o'clock Thursday
Wc regret tho announcement that
thn Episcopalian parlor concert, which
win to have taken place at the residence
ot Wm. 11. Gilbert, Esq., next Thursday
evening, has been Indefinitely positioned,
on account of other entertainments oc
curring the same evening.
Frank W yatt, indicted for an assault
to commit murder, escaped from the
Johnson county Jail at Vienna, a few
night's since, lie was seen crossing the
street just after leaving the jail, and nn
attempt to recapture him was made, but
he succeeded In escaping.
It was generally remarked nt tho re
ception given Mr. and Mrs. Walton W.
Wright, at the residence of the bride's
father, Mr. G. D. Williamson, on Thurs
day night, that the display of presents
presented the newly wedded couple, were
the finest ever seen in this city.
The ladles of the congregation of
the Cliurch of the Redeemer, will meet
at the Rectory next Tuesday afternoon, at
half-past four o'clock, to make arrange
ments for an oyster supper, to be given
for tlte benefit of the church, soma time
In December. All ladies belonging to
the congregation, both young and old,
are Invited to be present.
Prof. N. S. Uastlan, formerly super
intendent ot missions of the M. .
Church, In Africa, will deliver the follow
ing lecture?, free, In tho Christian church,
on Eighteenth street, namely: Next
Sunday, the 20th Inst., at 11 a.m., on
The Law of the Spirit ot Life;" Sun
day, 7 p.m., on "Jacob's Well," with
remarks on Palestine ; Monday, 21st, 7
p.m., on "What I saw In Africa." It
The present of Mrs. E. C. Ford to
Yesterday evening about six o'clock,
as Miss Annie Pitcher was returning to
her home from down town, she was ap
proached, between Fifteenth and Six
teenth streets, on Commercial avenue, by
a well drcsed man, who, when he had
rnnm tip tvcii with her, snatched her
pocket book from her hand and disap
peared. Nothing had been seen of the
indhldtial up to n late hour last night.
He did not make much by the operation,
however, as but a small amount of
change was in the book when stolen.
Mrs. Wright was the object ot universal
admiration. It is a white wax cross, with
a wreath of flowers trailing over it ; on
the top is a gold crown ; at its foot is an
open bible ; on one page U the inscrip
tion, "Bear ye one auother's burdens;"
on tho other was written, "The heart ot
her husband doth faithfully trust in Iter."
The cross was encIoed in a beautiful
glass. The entire present was made by
Mrs. Ford, and is exceedingly beau
-The next lecture of the Library As
sociation cour.-o will be delivered by the
Itev. Mr. Gilbert, at the Methodist
church on next Tuesday evening. Jlev.
.Mr. uimert is estimated very liigltiy as a
speaker by our people, and ho will, no
doubt, draw out a largo audience. The
subject of tho reverend gentleman's lec
ture will be the "State of the Departed."
The uninc on this occasion will be
equally as Hue us that of any of the
previous ones, us Mrs. W. P. Ualllday
and others of tlte best singers of the city
have been Invited to sing.
-A. Jacckel, of the Thallan saloon,
opposite the Bulletin office, Is no pre
pared to serve up, on short notice, fresh
oysters in any style that may be desired.
Having a neat, tasty and quiet room, no
better place in the Slty can bo found
where one can go and enjoy n dish ot the
bivalves, On each Sunday afternoon he
will spread a sumptuous lunch and will
coittluuc the same until further notice.
On next Sunday he will treat his patrons
to kartoffel pfaunenkuchen, (potato pan
cakes), with cranberry sauce, and ho
extends a cordial invitation to all to come
and partake of the same. 11-10-tf
At the close of the lecturo on last
peared below, unlto in a call for a meet
ing of tho ladies of Cairo on next Mon
day evening not Wednesday a veiling
to tnko Into consideration ways and
means of interesting tlte ladles of Cairo in
Ceutenial Work. X general invitation
is extended to all.
Mns. W, P. IUllid.it,
" W. P. WmoiiT,
S. P. WllUKLEII,
1). L. Davis,
J. II. OlIKHLY,
C. C. E. Goss,
" W. A. Sloo.
On account of n pressuro of work,
thl week, the High School department
made no prepcrution, especially tor the
uiual Friday exercise, but n number of
Visitors beiug preieut, Professor Alvord
called upon several of the scholars, who
cheerfully responded, acquitlng them
selves with much credit, and showing a
high degree of training, also much
thought and study. Every fifth Friday
tim vvcustcrlau and Uaj Ionian socie
ties have union exercise. George Clark
Is captain ot the iormer, Clara Wright
captain of tho latter class. The' professor
aked tho question : "Is man's mind in
ferior to woman's " This question
caused quite a dUciution, but Clara
Wilght proved that woman' mind was
lully equal if not greater than man's.
Then followed a historical qiivstlon by
Grace Arter; then a song by Lulu Puce,
Annie Alvord, Clara Wright ml Chas.
Johnson; oration by Willlo Wlnans;
recitation by Lizzie Ent ; declaamtlon by
Eugene Ellis; essay by Etta Voss,
"Does the Study of Astronouy
Tend Toward AthelsmV" "A His
torical Question," Lucia I'razer;
"Historical Question," George Clark;
declamation by Willie Wright; dialogue
by Judson Ayers aud George Leach ; os
say by Laura ltcnnle, portraying what
the class of '70 might become ; recitation
by Belle Gnffncy oration by the leader
of the Webslcrlatis, George, Clark, and
Curphow, by Clara' Wright, yl of which
were iliicly rendered.
Vnanwrtl'a Villon Ntinre Company.
No play of uioduru time has created
a much excitement In the Uuttcd States
ns "Thu Two Orphans." In every
city where It has been produceu, thou
sands of people have (locked to sceit,
and the more It is presented the more1
popular it becomes. It is a play of seven
acts ; the scenes are laid in Paris, aud
are full ot startling and effective situa
tions. Cogswell's Union Square Company,
organized In New York expressly to play
"The Two Orphans," opened at the
Athcuetim on Thursday night, to a full
house, although the weather was ex
tremely tmpropltlous, and other attrac
tive events were taking place In the city.
Lastuilght every seat In the theater was
lllled, having been taken before night,
o eager were our theater-going people
to witness "The Two Orphans" rendered
by a company of performer whose fame
as artists had preceeded them.
W. J. Cogswell, In the character of
Chevalier de Vandrey, performed his
part with a neatness and taste than was
truly commetuble. M. J. Jordon, as
Pierre Frouchard, the cripple, gave evi
dence of a high order of talent. Ho Is
certainly and actor of ability, and in the
last scene the audience was fairly carried
away with his captivating delineations.
J. B. Everham and De Marbelle,
were well up In tliclr parts, and may be
classed as actors of ability. Silas Robin
son, as Picard, valet, deserves particular
mention, aud was in great favor with the
audience throughout the piece.
Miss Fannie 3Iathlas, rendered the
character of Louise, the blind girl, faith
fully, and pathetically. Miss Eliza llu.l
sou, as Henrietta, proved pleasing
and attractive. Miss Edna Cross,
as Mother Frouchard, would be
hard to equal in that character. Miss
Ella Wren, as Countess de Llulers, acted
her part to thu life, and besides being a
good actress, is a fine looking lady. To
say that the Cogswell Troupe is good,
would not llll the measure of Its merit.
It Is splendid, and will leave a lasting
Impression 011 the minds of ttic Cairo
It will prcient "The Two Orphans"
for the last time 011 Saturday night, and
those who fall to go will inhs an intellec
An adjourned meeting of the Arab
Fire company will he held this (Satur
day) evening at 7 o'clock.
B. F. Blake, Scu'y,
Xoveuibrr Term Klenth Day
JiitlKa uruna, i'reaiuiiir.
In the matter of the guardianship ot
the minor heirs of John Stuart, deceased
William Berry, guardian ; eitatlou to
Perry county ; continued for service.
In tho matter of the guardianship of
the minor heirs of Henry W. Taylor, de
ceased ; Paulino Taylor, guardian ; re
port not approved, and leave granted to
withdraw report, nud extension granted
to next term of court to correct same.
J. Halihauscr vs. D. D. C. Hargls.
administrator ot the estato of Z. M. Dan
lei, deceased ; assumpsit ; demand ; or
dered oft the deeket lor want ot prosecu
In the matter of the estate of D. M.
Jones, deceased ; Belinda Jones, admin
istratrix ; report not approved.
J.W.Martin vs. Melinda Worthln-
tou, administrate of the estate of Me
linda llaumguard, deceased, assumpsit.
Demand $'J1 23. Ordered of the docket
for want of prosecution.
In the matter of thu guardiaushlp of
Alexander W. Taylor, minor heir of
Henry W. Taylor, deceased, Pauline
Taylor guardian, petition to foreclose
real estate. Petition granted and ordered
recorded, and guardian ordered to report
her acts and doings lu tho premises In her
Tho followlm? order was entered
Ordered that no guardlau appointed by
this court, or appointed iy tne last win
and testament of any deceased person,
te allowed auv commission or money re
ceived, except tho money received nnd
expended on iiouhii ui uie giiaruiaus
ward or wards, until tho tlual settlement
of said guardianship, and except by a
special order ot tins court, in cases which
will warrant tho court to make such
Ami it Is lurther ordered that the clerk
post up a copy of this rule, together with
till former rules made, In this court room.
F. Bross, Judge.
All other matters were continued to the
noxt torm of court. Whereupon, court
was adjourned until court lu course.
Everybody should call on Heilbron &
Weil nnd exammo their full stock of ladles
nud misses cloaks, Just received from
Now York, before going elsewhere. At
Wt make a specialty of these goods, we
u offer inducement.
Heilukok & Weil.
Calico remnant atO cents a yard.
IIkildron ct Wkil.
ltd aud 144 Comuitrclal Avcutie.
THE BIG GUN!
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
FARMER, THE CLOTHIER,
Is Once More in tho 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 tho Best Style,
No goods that smell of powder of the war of 1812 ; goods well mado
and sponged, only for salefits guaranteed, as wo are already known for
such. Others fight competition of that kind with "shoddy" goods, mado
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.
Atrial is whatwc aBlctomako ouutoinors out of you all. Wo don't usk
almiffhtV dollar. Tho time for nnvintr
iug uiduus ur uiu vttuuiivg aa wu
in tho city, at pricca to suit all, wo
Steamer Jim Flk, Paducah.
Susie Silver, N. O.
" Idlewlld, EvansvilU.
" Pat Cleburne, Memphis.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis,
" Eddyvllle, Goose Island.
" T. T. Hillman, Nashville.
" Cons Millar, Memphis.
Tow-boat Leopard, St. Louis.
" Hope, Ohio river.
Steamer Jim Fitk. Paducah.
" Idlewlld, Eransvillc.
Pat Cleburne, Evansylllc.
Grand Tower, Memphis.
T. T. Hillman, Nashville.
Cons Millar, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat Leopard, South.
John GUmorc, St. Louis.
James Gllmore, St. l.ouU.
ItlVr.n, WEAT1IKK AND BUS1NKS3.
The river last evening wnj 14 feet C
Inches on the 'gauge, having been sta
tionary during tho previous twenty-four
Tho weather has become very varm.
A dense fog prevailed night before last.
The work on our now levco Is pro
gressing very slowly owing to the fact
that Cairo teamsters are slow to apply
for work, llagnell brothers need teams
badly, and arc offering $3 per day for
men nnd teams to do semper work.
They are anxious to hiru Cairo men, but
will send abroad for help If these are
The Horace Hyde will be takca to the
wreck of the MaryAlice shortly, to llnish
the work of removing her machinery.
Capt. Dugan has Invented a patent
machine for measuring a man's mouth
lor a Jews-harp-
Capt.' Ben F. Egan, of Nashville, is
in the city.
Another light fleet of coal boats has
The Susie Silver turns back from this
port, laying very little freight for St.
The Inspector crossed out the Chero
kee at St. Louis. That means tliat Her
timbers are not quite large enough to
allow her to load at St. Louis for New
Orleans. She may load fur Cincinnati
or Pittsburg, or load at any other port
for New Orleans and the St. Louis In
surance men would willingly take risks
on her, but not so if she loads at St.
Louis for Now Orients, because her
timbers and plank lack perhaps an
ighthofnu luelior being largo enough.
The lollowlng suggestion by the Madi
son Courier Is a good one :
The counties bordering the Oliol river
uro vitally Interested lu its improvement
us a navigable stream. It 11cm lu the
power of tlio'countics uforesuid to do
much to improve navigation, and that,
too, at an Inconsiderable expense. By
planting willows along thu banks the
caving and washing of tho soil is pre
vented l hence fewer obstructions in the
channel and smaller sand burs. Willow
have long been planted by private enter
prise, and with thu best results lu the
ways, inentloaed. It Is high tlmo now to
engage in tlte work of planting them sys
tematically and by the wholesale. Wo
suggest the importance of the commis
sioners of each county that border thu
river, from Pittsburg to Cairo, passing
an order allowing to every citizen who
will plant trccb, aud maintain them until
L'rown. a certain deduction from his
taxes for each tree so planted, the amount
of deduction to be larire cnouirh to ren-
(Km it an Inducement to proprietors of
land bordering ou Hie river to taao au
vantage or Uiu oruer.
Not. lu. 1X7A- 1
LOW WATER. CHANGE.
it. m, rr. m.
Cairo TT 1 U fi
l'itubure 5 - S
Cincinnati i Jj
UwUvllle 1 7 B
8t. LonU 8 0-2
ScrKcAitt, SlguHl Hcrrlcc, If. 8. A.
A small nicjuoranduut bookioji tho
cars of the Mississippi Central railroad,
between ArU-ftoi't - Kentiek'v and
Cairo, ll, Had numMtnwpti,pu,pne
side. Any 'one reluming thu same 'to
tlio Arlington iiotei win ue iiueraity
rewarded. T. W. SmiLixa,
Nov. 18, 1875. lit
for frinnrlghin la rrnno.
mako war on high priccn.
uitvt) UUUI1 Knows ucro 10 I
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
It pays to trade at Heilbron A, Well, as
thi-y have marked all their goods down
to suit tho times, and have nhvnvs a lanro !
and well Milcutod stock of clothing. We
Invite evcrv ouu to call ou us before o-
Vng elsewhere. A good caslnet suit for
,al Hkiliiiion & Wkil. I
7NCH & HOWLER'S
Several goou,mus nnd 3,000 uuvsol
unimproved Lands l. Ajexauder couuv.
-md "Winter K
A largo number of detii.j,iu nut.
deuces, nnd excellent vacant Loti;,Hulta
blc for builness houses and residence;.
BuMucss house on Levee, lately
euplod by Cunningham & Stilwell.
Iltislnt'ss houeo ou Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man ,t Co.
Winter's Block--suitable for Hotel,
Ofllce or Ilu-luesH rooms cheap.
Tenenn'ittH numbered 1, 7, S and 0, In
Winter's Kow, C rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 007 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 1 rooms $10 a mouth.
Store room in "Pilot Houc," lately
occupied hy A. Halley.
Storeroom lately occupied by Howe
Sewing Machine Co., on Commercial
avenue, near Ninth street.
Two small Houses west ofTwcnty-
spcond street, near Pine, 1 each per
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, for $12 per month.
Store room oa Levee, abnc Eighth
street $20 per month.
FOK LEASH OU SALE.
number of Lots ou Levee, above
Twelfth street, outsido lire limits. AUo
a large number of other Lots In different
Land', iu tracts to suit, near Colro.
Wulrrprmir ami rimnirl.
tyu offer nt reduced rates, best black
waterproof, at 00 cents.
IlKiMinoK A Wm.
1000 sheets of hi IstoUbnard Just re
ceived at llm Bi'llutin olllce, aud lor
sale to the trade.
City ol' Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at half
prlcu ($2.00) at thu Bcllkti.V otllee.
Exchange for sale ou all the princi
pal cities of Europe ut Kutcrpii? leavings
A scries of lectures under the auspi
ces of the members of tho Library Asso
ciation for the establishment of a public
library in Cairo, will be held alter
nately ut Uiu Presbyterian, Methodist uiul
Christaln churches. Thu following la
dles and gentlemen have kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Nov. 10, Dr. II. Wnrdncr.
" 23, Ucv. Clias. A. Gilbert.
" 20, Dr. Wm. It. Smith.
Dec. G, Miss Ifato Thompson.
" 13, Hon. Wm. 11. Green.
f' 21, Mrs. G.G. Alvord.
C. C. U. Goss, Sec'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
A .Wan Kim Out
To Cowperthwalt & Phillips to try those
Gold Buckle cigars j
Tlie lust chance to get yourcallcodrcsi
gratis hy buying $7 worth or dry good
at Heilbron & Well's.
Col. Law, of Pulaski, Pulaski county,
desires to take tea or u do.eu horses to
.winter at his farm. Good stabling and
pasture, ut low rates. For rcfereuco op
ply to J. II, Motcalf, Cairo, HI. .
Heilbron & WeU have always onkmd
the best and largest stock ot Corsets la
the city, A good corset, grey, or white at
40 cents. ' . .
- .Itlu.illan 1
Spraguo'Culf-Oiwiiers, taken for adver
tising, which wu will sell ut two dollars
per dozen, Inquire ut Bulletin oUlcv.
your patronaco on account of rio
many years I but to save von thn
of Pino Underwear, tha largest
Jlitker "I'nt I'p or Hlint
'l' fvery sausage manufacturer of
l,u challenge Is submitted on the
'0"wliir roitmls : That the tllOereut
varieties of sausage manufactured by
ICoehler it Uro. are sujierlor to any other
'lliro ,nmiur:lcl,lri'. 'I'be decision of th
iimuer w in oe leu to a competent com
mittee, at SehecV hall on Sunday, Nov.
Wc make this offer In good faith, feel
ing eonUilont that better sausage than
that made by ICoehler it Bro. has nol
been and cannot be produced In Cairo or
t'jo State of Illinois.
,11-WGt FriKt). KomiLxn & Bno.
oiiiirc.-a Tfenat Xatlce.
t ti$'U llay seuHrei1 the sole agenc
Com." ny10 of aa'1' FM"'
COIlipanjx (.mnnrp.,.,! ...f ,,..
wholesclc Z: i, ' """"
bo supplied "K la
,t..wwl lll.. " U"U '
yeast of the kind V , 7lV T
:.. r ., , .market that 1a gen
uine. .!.. urixm u,,. , .
. n.i. n' Biu street.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 2-s.r( khj
A Ooml alcv
A. Ilallvy's new store "f; . .
of the best arranged of V , 7" , . .
found lu the city, and whai"V"" w
. . better, lit)
has so arranged his prices tha
taking advantago of the oppor '
l'ered to buy stoves, tinware, etc., v,' t
.1 ....... t'.imi-n III Ptltti Pnllnt' .
IJIrtll UTll nil.llll .1. x.l.. w. wu. w.i
ley, 115 Commercial avenue, next doc,fl
tho Arab engine house. 9-30-tf.
. Only agency In town for Tauszky
yeast best lu u?c -wholesale and retail.
Received fresh dally by New York Store.
Wo will pay no hills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Bullkti.v, unless thti
same is made on a written order slguedl
by thu president or seereturj' of the com
pany, and we will accept no orders givets
by an employe or the company, for any
CaIIIO UULLUTIN COMfANY.
November 10, 1S7.'i. tf
New York Morn.
Now Sugar Cured Hams,
New Sugar Cured Breakiast Bacon,
New Sugar Cured Shoulders,
New Itock Candy Drip Syrup.
K.it O. Self-rlslug Buckwheat Flour,
best article in use try it,
New Dried Corn, etc.,
AUo New Orleans sugar aud syrup.
We ofl'cr the above goods, at bottom llg-
urc.?. Chas. O. P.Arnm & Co.
Barclay Brother, at 74 Ohio levee, am
wholesale agents forthe celebrated Elaluu
Oil. For clear light and absolute safety,
His tho best nil hi tho world. It Is also)
for sale at retail hy all druggists.
Ail improved farm of forty acres, fif
teen miles from Cairo, near Caledonia,
111., will be sold or exchanged for a houn
and lot lu Cairo. Address,
Jons R. Ptw.uox,
ll-lS-3t Caledonia, Pulaski county, HI.
r.vcoiniHir rr ciunirrn!
Heilbron it Well can do better hi llu
lluo of children's dresses, chriMcniug;
robes, zephyr bonnets and caps, litcrliut
French bonueta nnd caps, couey bonnctij
aud caps ; also a full aud complete line of
children's merino nnd waterproof cloakd
than any ono else this side of Chicago ;
and by examining theso good, we con
vince you that wo mean what we ay, an
our motto Is t mall profit and quick' sales.
IlatLano.N & Weil.
Fur ! rat t
We are now prepared to offcr grcal
bargains In ladies' ami clilldreiu' (ur of
all styles. Children' sets, mufft aud
boa, at only $1 a set
HcanKON t WaiL.
MUllurrr! Milllaavy t
The largest and Isest 4et(Hl stock of
Mlllluery can be fyuad at HeUbroa M
Wll'aat gnatly, rtdaeed prki, comlt
lug of tine rtoweri. wng, fathrv vatHf.
valour and ornameat; SpeeW aUwuoa
is calletl to our line of Ostrich Feather I
all colon, from $1 to 17, the Urt