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AdCAI.UX I.UIiaiC, NO. 61.
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(JliancHlor CommamUr.
AI.KXASilKlt I.ODUH. NO. Ml.
ln)r)x:nilrnt Older of Odd-Ki'l-?jfvHPF
low. iiiitIj every Tliuril.ir nltflit
- i iiau-imni levin. 111 intir nn un
Coinint-irlnl venue, IkIwwii slxtli nn Hivnth
VIIICI8. 4 , 4 , ItEltTII , ii . u.
1AIIU ENOAMPMKNT, !. O. O. P.. inwls
v!n lM,.rllow' Hall on t tin tlrst ami third
liuhiUj In every iiiodUi, at ljulf-iil wi n
JKO. 11. UltKHLY, U.
fl OAlltDI.OlXii:. NO.IOT.A.K. A A.M.
lloldirgnliir ruininuiilaitlii In Ma
7VT(.nlc IIhII, corner t'oimiierdul aviitue
'hiiiI KIkIiIIi ulrttl, nn tlie ati-mul ami
oiirtli MomUv 011 nrli month.
LOCAL NOTICES.
'Portrait Utiirc."
Tills Is a now style of picture now Ixi
. In"; produced by Win. Winter, tin- tirtNt,
ot t1il city. These pictures are creating
much interest in all tho principal Eastern
iind Western cities, 1clng altogether now.
They tire unlike photograph, being
raised anil buautlfully enameled over the
entire surlare, soft in tone, but distinct in
tint lights nnil shades. Xo one whoi-ces
liein fall toadnitro them, or to give tin
nrtlut an order. We have been shown a
number r pictures of well-known ladles
nnil gentlemen of the rity, anil have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splciitliil. Wo would therefore udvlxj all
who take Interest In such matters or de
sire pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter at
hU gallery and examine Ills work In this
new branch of the shadow-capturing art.
H-l 1-tr .
For Hnlc.
The Delmouleo Saloon, with ten-phi
alley, shooting gallery, and all fixture
pertaining to the establishment, l'or
term of Kile, apply to
10-2fi-tf Mns. Ansik Coyxk.
Cittern ('lpnnr)l.
Persons havhigcUtenis needing pumic
ttulngi
ing out and repairing can have It done
promptly and at prleeTto ult the time,
by calling on J. S. Hawkins Cros-trcct.
I have a man and pump employed all the
tlmo for the purpoc. 0-10-lf.
m Jlrni Market.
Jaroh Walters nnd Chris Anthus, two
of our well-known butcher havu no
elated together and under the firm name
of.Tacob Walter tfc Co.. have oH-iicd a
meat market on the north side or Eighth
street, In Phil Howard old stand. ThN
will be n llrst-clas market In every re
spect, as the names ot the proprietors
guarantee n market where the choicest
ot cut meat?, steaks, roast of Ix-af, miit
ton, pork and veiiNon ; together with
"ati'age, bacon, etc., will bo t ervtd nut
to cti'tomir hi a neat and isatifaetory
manner. All their old friend? or new c
lualntanees are Invited to call and ki;
them. 10-TO-tf
Wiuilril
Evervboil) toknov. that the plaro to gel
A fiaooth itinvc,
A i,ood uliampoo,
A fih!oii!ililo hair-cut, t
Or anything in tint line,
I. at Die Ohini OKhTii.iL ItAimm:
mio!', corner IZiglith and Conuuerclal.
i) -.if ,J. (ii:oit(iK Srm.Nu0u.1K.
Itl'llioved.
A. II alley hat. removed to lib new
Hon; room, 113 Commercial avenue, op
polte Winter'! ltlock, and next door to
the Arab enlno Iiouh, where he w ill bo
phwed to n.e all hli old customers and
m many new one-. O-M-tf
Vinlereiir ! Umtern t-iir !
Ladieh' and children.-' underware, me
rino us well in muilin can be found
cheaper and belter at Hellbron & Well's
than any where in the city. A ;ood me
rino tindcrnliirt and drawers for boys
only 1)0 eetit ; a j;ood merino vet and
pants, for ladles, only $1,
.ollre of livmul.
C Ivoeli has removed his boot and
shoe .shop from the old .-land to his
new brick building (one block below),
No. M) Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixtli streets, where lie will
keep the hc-t home made and St. I.oul
cuxtom made boots and shoes, made of
the Ix-st material : good workmanship
mid In the latest i-tyles. All orders
promptly attended to. ()( f.
A Xo. 1 Liiiinilry.
It In now conceded tliat Mrs. Colciuan,
Uie Unuilreba, Ne. 11 Fourth Ntrcet, be
tween W'.uliliiKt"" & Coimiicrelil avonuos,
bas one of ttio bent conducted laundry ii
talilthliuients in the city, and landlord ot
hotols und boarding buuxus will llml it to
tbclr sdvantaco to cull upon Iter.
Her vrh'C" are ns follows: Hotel and
boarding-bouse washing, "5 cents per
dozen. Kot pleco work prices arc
as follows : Singlo shirt anil col
lar, 10c; por doiten 80c; soekn 5ej two col
lars, &c; two bandkcrcblefs, uo; vests !20c;
und all (,'entleineu's wear, 69c. per
dozen. Ladles' dresses, 25 to oOe;
skirts 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to Mc; two
pair beso Bcj two collars 0 to 10c. Kor to
dies' plain clothes 81 00 per dozen; for la
dles lino clothes, 91 25 per dozen; done
ilratuiitlv. and nromntlv delivered, l'a-
tronui'o solicited.
S-ai-lm
A Flue Nlnek.
Wm. Ulilers desires to inform his nat
rons and the publlo generally, that lie has
now on hand a large stock of French and
German Cnlf, Kip and Morocco, and is
prepared to manufacture, lor storo and
odlce wear, the llnost of Morocco or Call
.SKIu Shoes or Boots; and for farmers,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
otl'ered hi this market. Ills Lasts are of
the latest styles, and he can guarantee a
lit am! saflsfatlon to all his patrons.
iiu-tr.
tifrXX Amber and White rug stoek
riivelopedattliuHuM.ivri.N oHlec, pilutoi
$:i 50 and SI 00 per M.
Vor Mnl IM11110.
A No. 1 second-hand, seven octave
piano, as good us new, manufactured by
llallrt &, Davis, is offered lor sale at a
bargain. Apply to
ti.A. UuiiNiirr,
10-JMlu. Uulletiit Ollluo.
4:1.0111 i.mj
Walder's Clothing
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
Of
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
IKE. WAI.I5RII la rucelvlmr dally a
1 liirwt unit HplauiUd ntock or troot,
and 1m dotormlimil to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
IN CAIRO.
He la rnsolvod to kIvo the very beat
Koods for tho very lowont prices. Oall
und aeu for youraelvoi.
Corner Sixth Street and Ohio
Ziovee.
ic-f-tr,
CITY NEWS.
SUNDAV, NOVKMBKH'-'l, 1875.
I.ocnl Wonlhrr Kefiort.
Caiho, III., Nor i", IS75.
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FerKrant. SIkiiuI Scrvlie, V.ti. A.
Lost.
A round yold ear-riii";, with pendants,
set with garnets and pearl. The Under
will be liberally rewarded by leaving tlie
ameat t lie. Hi; 1.1.1:1 in oilke. lit
SJt-nrritl Ileum.
Next Friday Is Thanksgiving day.
Threed.meos are on the tapis to come
oil this week.
Stuart & Ghofsou are selling a good
felt skirt for 7.re. It
Don't forget the lecture ol the Kov.
Mr. Gilbert Tuesday night.
Mr. C. Knight, ol lronton, Ohio Is a
guct at the St. Charles Hotel.
-Bargains hi ho-Icry, gloves and
underwear at Stuart A. Gholon's.
- W. Hazlcrigg, of Cincinnati. Ohio,
was at the St. Charles ycterday.
Flannels, blanket, jeans, easljnere,
Ac. cheap at Stuart ,fc Gliolon's.
-The weuther Is once more eloudy'and
foggy, and rain is looked for hourly.
Kobcrt Kngel, of Philadelphia, waa
registered at the St. Clrtrles yeterd.iy.
The Cni;well troupe elo-ed Uieir
perlorinauce at the Atheticum la-t night.
Business In Judge liross' police court
w:i, extraordinarily brisk yesterday.
Col. O. A. Mack, of Washington, D.
C, was registered at the St. Charles yes
terday.
-The play of "Led Kstray" Is to bo
played at the Atheticum 011 Friday and
Saturday nights.
There have been two hundred and
forty arrivals at the St. Charles Hotel
during the lat week.
-It will Iks to the Interest of every
buyer of dry goods to vMl Stuart A
GhoUon's !eforc buying.
So dense was the fog on Thur.'rlay
night that neatly every boat due in this
city yoxtenlay was late.
Jackel will give his patrons kartollel
ptannenkuchen," potato pancakes, at
his lunch this afternoon.
-Alter eleven days' labor hi the Alex
ander county court, Judge Bross ad
journed on Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. W.P. lialllday and Mis? Anns.
Pitcher are to sing at the lecture of the
Kev. .Mr. Gilbert on Tuesday evening.
Indian Oil Is the remedy for neural-
em, riieutnaiism, sprains, lame iijck.
headache, toothache, still joints, etc. at
Mr. II. Clarkson, ofTopeka, Kaussis,
sjiecial agent of the Atlas Insurance com
pany, of Hartford, Connecticut, is lathe
city.
McCarthy's boarding house, the cal
aboose, Is doing a good business now.
There are quite a number of guests
there.
-Special officer, Jim ltiggs, done good
work 011 Wednesday night. Ho suc
ceeded in caging four violators ot tho
law.
-Stuart & Gholson are showing tho
mo.-t extensive stock of ladles' ties ever
shown in this city ami at astonishingly
low prices.
Kartoffel Ptauiienkuehen, with cran
berry sauce, this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
;it Jneekcl's ealuou, opposite Tun Bulle
tin olllce. U
"Dr. Franklin caught it, Professor
Morse harnessed It, and I have It in bot
tles," Is what Dr. Fritz says ot the Indian
Oil. It
There will bo the usual services at
tho Methodist church, corner ofLlghth
and Walnut streets, conducted by Kev.
Mr. Gilliam.
Tho colored men und women out
seeking aid in behalf of the African
Methodist Lplscopal church, wo are told,
are doing exceedingly well.
Mr. John H. Oberly returned from
his trip to Sparta, where he addressed the
Odd Fellows of that place on Friday
evening, yesterday afternoon.
The Episcopalians will havo 110 con
ceit at the rectory next Thursday even
ing, owing to the numerous other events
that are to transplro on that night.
Stuart & Gholson will open on Mon
lay morning an elegant line of now and
choice styles plaid prints, also a splendid
line of shawls, at a great bargain, It
For men's and boys' underwear, also
men's and boys hats and caps, Hell
bron & Weil's Is tho cheapest place In tho
city. A good merino suit for 75 cents.
Smart A Gholson are offering their
entire stock of dress goods at prices
never before scene In this market. Now
Is the tlmo to buy your dress goods
cheap.
Dr. J. H. Cialuo will lecture In the
Liberal Kellglous hull, 011 Sunday even
ing at 7:110 o'clock. Subject: ".Man's
l'lueo hi .Nature." Lecture irte. It.
Kartoflel rfaniicnkiiclien, with cran
berry Batice, lids alteruoon at 4 o'clock,
at Jacckel's saloon, opposite Tin: Btn,i.i
UN olllce. It
20,000 note heaijs, .'W.OOO envelopes,
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper just
received and for sale at the Bullkti.v
olllce.
Kartoflel PfantiMikuclicu, with cran
berry sauce, tills afternoon at -1 o'clock,
at Jneekcl's saloon, opposltoTtiK I1ulli
i in olllce, It
The Kncampmeiit of Odd Fellows
give their supper and ball In Odd Fel
lows' Hall 011 Friday night. None ex
cept members of the Ihicimpmctit mid
their families will lie admitted.
The Indian Oil Is to be had of Bar
clay Brothers, who are the agents for
this section of country. Vou can also
obtain it of the other druggists of the
city. It
Kartoflel Pfaiineiikuchen, with cran
berry sauce, this afternoon at 1 o'clock,
at Jneekcl's saloon, opposite Tiik Bui.i.i:,
ltvofllee. It
- -Just received another new supply of
thoe cheap boys' elothliigand overcoats.
As this In a leading article wltii us, wo
mean to undersell the cheapest In the
el y. Hnii.nuox & Wkii..
It is said that the force of men and
teams to be put to work 011 the levee,
will be able to finish three thousand yards
per day, which will tike them at that
rate twenty-live days to complete the
work.
The Kev. B. Y. George will conduct
services at the Presbyterian church, tills
morning and evening. Klglith street, be
tween Washington avenue and Walnut
streets, as usual. The public are Invited
to attend.
Kev. Mr. Gilbert, it should bu remem
bered, will deliver a lecture at the Metho
dist church on Tuesday evening, for the
bciicllt ot the Library Association. Ills
subjeet will be the "State of the De
parted." The agent of the Now York Colossal
Gift Show not being able to obtain the
use of the Atheneum for the coming
week, was obliged to pass by without
giving Cairo people a ta?to of his per
formance. Owing to the numerous other attrac
tions 011 the programme tor the coming
week, the managers ot theconcert given
by the ladles ot the Episcopal church
have concluded not to give an entertain
ment Thursday night.
Madame Bur.-ha, the celcbralod fortune-teller
of New York, now at the
Grand Central hotel, in Cairo, Is meeting
with line success. Don't fall to call on
her. She remains until Thursday, the
ith Inst. Hours 1 p.m. till 0 p.m.
Lxdles.COc; gentlemen, $1. 1 1-20-1 1
The Boating AoeIation party on
the tteainer F.ekcrt next Thursday night
Is gouig to be a gay afl'alr. Invitations
tor the event to the number of three hun
dred, liavo been sent out, and the receiv
ers of them to a large majority, will no
doubt, reiortto them with their presence
when the party takes place.
The preparations lor the entertain
ment ot Miss Kate Thompson, for the
benefit of the Library Association, on
the Cth ot next month, are still being
pushed forward by that energetic lady,
who will doubtless, when the time
comes, delight everybody with the per
formance. Theie seems to have been a misun
derstanding In regard to the time of hold
ing the meeting of the. ladies to take Into
consideration ways and means of awak
ening an Interest in Centennial work In
Cairo. Tills meeting will bo held at the
Atheneum, Monday 22d Inst., at 2 o'clock,
p.m. A general invitation is extended
to all.
A gctlcman representing J. M.
Uradshaw & Son, who lias been stopping
t the St. Charles for several days has
found great relief in the use of Indian Oil
ior rheumatism. He gives much credit
to it as a valuable remedy. Others in (lie
e'rty also attest Its merits from personal
cxiKrlence. It.
We have been informed from a relia
ble source that it is the h.iblt of several
negro families residing In tho neighbor
hood of Eleventh and Poplar streets,
when they run out of lire wood, to visit
the sidewalk letwccu Washington and
Commercial avenues, 011 Eleventh street,
and take out a plank or two. This Ehould
be looked to by the authorities and a stop
put to it at once, and tho offenders duly
punished.
Yesterday evening about 4 o'clock,
a negro woman in the employ of Mr.
Muckle, at ills residence on tho "Kldgc,"
while trying to draw a bucket of water,
fell into the cistern and narrowly es
caped being drowned. She was taken
out, however, and in tho latiguago of
Jim Orange, who, with other reliable
parties weru kind enough to furnish us
this item: '"Boiled 'or on a barl nnd
pumped 'er out, and got de wind in 'cr
agin, and made 'er good as era."
The present of Mrs. E. C. Ford to
Mrs. Wright w.13 tho object ot universal
admiration. It is a white wax cross, with
a wreath of llowcrs trailing over It ; on
tho top Is a gold crown ; at Its foot is an
open bible ; on one page Is the Inscrip
tion, "Bear ye one another' burdens;"
on tho other was written, "Tho heart ot
her husband dotli faithfully trust In her."
The cross was enclosed in a beautiful
glass. Tho entire present was made by
Mrs. Ford, and is exceedingly beau
tiful. -Rev. William Wallace, a Baptist
minister, will hold services to-day at tho
Second Baptist church, Fifteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar streets, at il
o'clock in the afternoon, and at 7 o'clock
in the evening. Kev. Wallace is on his
way to Florida, whither ho goes to enter
tho mission work, l'or several years
past he has been laboring among the In
dians, Mexicans and Spanish of Colorado,
and having been ordered to Florida, has
got this fur on his way. His sermons
will be Interesting. The public are cor
dially Invited to attend.
Special Officer Jim Biggs, while pass-
lug ulong the levee on Thursday night,
saw a suspicious looking Individual iimk- j
Ing strange movements rather perplex
ing, near the storo of Str.itton & Bird.
On going closer he saw another man
lying near the wall of the house with his
pockets all turned Inside out. Ho was
very drunk, and Ofllcer Jim at oneu
arrested the man standing near him hi
the bellel that he was the robber, if n
robbery had been committed, und locked
lil tn up in the city jail, as well us the
victim.
The Indian Oil man, Dr. Frit.,
while In Cairo last week fully discussed
the merits of his wonderful medicine to
the crowds that gathered to hear him.
lie sold hundreds of bottles to anxious
purchasers, and as proof of Its frsfaf mer
its, since the doctor has gone, many who
have used It arc calling for It again, and
advising others to buy It. He made Bar
clay Brothers Ids exclusive agents In this
section of the country. They havo a lull
supply of the Indian Oil, nnd the sale for
It Is increasing dally. Try a bottle. It.
For a day or two past a number of
rough-looking customers have been
going from house to hoiuo about the city
selling a patent glue, stove polish, black
ing, and an artlclo which they claim will
prevent the explosion of coal oil lamp.
These fellows may be hottest enough, and
trying to make an honest living, but the
chances arc that their principal business
U to gain a knowledge ot the liiMile ar
raugemcnt of the houses visited with a
view to burglary. Persons purchasing
of these fellows should do so at the door,
and not allow them to enter the house.
Kartollel Pfaiiiieukiiclien, with cran
berry sauce, this afternoon at 4 o'clock,
at Jacckel's saloon, opposite Tiik Bi'm.k
ti.v olllce. It
A. Jacekel, of the Thalian saloon,
opposite the Bcli.ktin olllce, Is now 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 city can be found
where one can go and enjoy a dish ol the
bivalves, On each Sunday afternoon lie
will spread a sumptuous lunch and will
continue the same until further notice.
On next Sunday lie will treat his patrons
to kartoflel pfannenkuclicn, (potato pan
cakes), with cranberry saute, and lie
extends a cordial Invitation to all to come
and partake of tho same. 11-lC-tf
The I'lny.
"The Two Orphans" was presented
last night to a large audience, and with
the same cast of the previous nights. It Is
a play of strange, startling nnd pathetic
incidents, and from tho very first act
tatens Its grip upon the auditors, tilling
them with pity, admiration, and n desire
to annihilate Jacques Froucliard (Ever
liaui), and Mother Froucliard (MUs
Edna Cross), for their cruelty to Louise,
the blind girl.
One cene we disliked, considering it
harsh, and the opposite to what the char
acter represented demanded. It was the
perjury of the Mother Superior to save
one innocent person whom she but
slightly knew, to the detriment of an
other, also Innocent, whom she had
leirued to love, and who had jtut escaped
a severe penalty. Nothing In the plav
would justify the act in a woman devo
ted to truth and its divine attributes.and I
who was a ibvout devotee of
religion and the holy calling she was des
tined to follow for life.
W. J. Cogswell, as Chevalier de Vau
dry, acted with the quiet case that invests
character with interest. He is a aplcn
did actor, and has played this character
over one hundred nights, becoming thor
oughly identified with it. Some years
ago he hiipported Mrs. Scott Siddous,
oncof the most finished actresses in the
world, when slio made her Southern
tour.
In the scene between Pierre Froucliard
(M. J. Jordan) and Jacques Froucliard,
when the pent up rage of the cripple
breaks forth without restraint, and
he tights for the blind girl, we have sel
dom ever witnessed more Intense acting.
In Hits all the line acting qualities of Mr.
Jordan shone forth, meeting Its counter
part In the acting of the Duo character
artist, .Mr. Everham.
Miss Mathias.ns Louise, would be hard
to equal. It requires subtllo delineation
to render this character artistically, anil
wo were surprised that she did not once
lose her identity as the blind girl. Miss
Hudson, who is a sister to Harry Hud
son who was a favorite here years ago,
ably assisted Miss Mntlilas.
The acting of Miss Edna Cross, 111
Mother Froucliard, was so natural, and so
faithful, that we feared she would receive
an interruption from some sympathetic
auditor.
Silas Uoblusoii (who Is a printer, ami
two years ago worked in the Bulletin
olllce), as Picard. was Irresistibly funny.
He is certainly a dramatic student, and
had better abandon the stick nud rule.
Miss Everham, as Sister Genevieve,
was well received owing to her dlgul
fled portrayal of the character.
Mr. De Marbclle, In the character of
tho doctor, was perfect.
The excellent acting of the finished nc
tress Miss Wren, as Countess Llnlcrs,
won the plaudits of tho select audience lu
attendance.
Miss Post's acting as Marianua was far
abovo the average, and showed that she
possessed excellent histrionic qualities.
The snow scene attracted much atten
tion for Its natural und vivid appearance.
With more stage room, and the appli
ances necessary for Imposing scenic dis
play, thu people of Cairo, with the as
sistance of the Union Square company,
would havo had a dramatic treat ot un
doubted merit.
A A regular communication of
Vy Cairo Lodjro, No. 237 A. F.and A.
rM will bo held to-morrow (Mon
day) evening, at 7i o'clock. Members
are particularly requeued to bo present as
business of great lniportanco will eoiuo
before tho Lodge. H. V. Ki.akk,
Secretury.
The best black alpacas from 20 cents
to SI also black casslinero for HO cents,
Empress eloth lu all colors for 50 vents,
and the newest woolen plaid for U0
cents, can always bo found at Hellbron ,t
Wcll's, 142 and 111 Commercial avenue,
THE BIG GUN!
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
FARHBAKER, THE CLOTHIER,
Is Once More in the Field to tell all Clothing Buyers that they
are still buying
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of the Best Style,
XTO "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 fight competition of that kind with "shoddy" goods, made
by second hand dealers. Keep your eyes open. Listen to no stories that
sound like "soft soap," as it's a very poor merchant that cannot defend
his own business.
A trial ia what wo nnktomnko austomors out of you nil. Wo don't ask your patronage on nccotvnt of be
ina "friondB" or old Cairoitcn (as wo havo boon known hero lo 1 thCHonmnv years) but to save vou tho
nlmighty dollar. Tho timo for paying for friendship in gono. Our stock
in tuo city, at prices to suit an. wo
Poller 'Aiirl.
.Judge llros had a ruh of police
buMnes? yesterday. Tho majority ot the
victim?, however, were up on trilling
charges and light eeutenees were Im
posed on them.
Edwin Maclln was arrested by Of
llcer Brown, and plead guilty to a charge
of drunkenness, whereupon ho was lined
two dollars and cots, by his honor. Ho
was given a May of execution by the city
attorney, provided he would leave town
at the carllst poiblc moment.
Michael O'Xell was arrested by Of
ficer O'Mcaley for disturbing the peace
by disorderly conduct. After hearing the
evlilf nco, he was lined live dollars und
costs, and sent to Jail for a term of three
days, because he didn't have enough
money to buy himself out.
Thomas Hack assaulted and struck
Dan Fitzgerald, for which offense Otllcer
Lallue took Thomas under his protecting
wing and marched him up before the '
tribunal of justice, where he was adjudged i
guilty by the court, after the evidence
had been heard, nnd lined five dollars
and costs. JJelng a victim of poverty, he j
was unable to pay thu line placed upon
his head, and he went to McCarthy',
where he .vill be a gucat for the next
three day.-.
Geo. Campbell U another unfortunate
who Is too fond of whisky for ids own
good. He wrapped lilm-elf around a
large quantity of the beverage on Friday
night, and became so careless with him
self that be tell Into the willing clutches
of Clilef Ciossmau. lie was up ye.Merday
for trial, and plead guilty like a really
penitent sinner, lie was lined two dol
lars and costs 'd ordered to jail to
board while ho would work for tho Im
provement of the city.
James Lai kin was another unfortu
nate arreted by Otllcer Lallue fordrunk-
onneflS. He was lined two dollars and
costs and will labor by the side of Camp
bell, on the streets, for three days, while
he will take his meaU at the calaboose.
John Thomas, very drunk, fell into
the loving embrace of Lallue, and Lallue
handed him over to Judge Bross, who
disposed of him with a two dollar Hue
and costs, and ordered that he labor on
the streets (or three days, while he rest
his weary limbs at tho lockup at night.
Tho only lemalo before Judgu liross
yesterday was Kato Hylaud. Poor
Kate, tdie got on a bender and Lallue
took her lu out ot tho wet, and Judgo
Uross lined her, Just as he would have
lined a man for the saino oflense, only
three dollars more, live dollars and costs,
and sent her to the lockup, where sho
will recline on the downy buiik assigned
her there for seven days; and when that
time is past she will bo allowed to go
home to her mama, if she don't get In
again beloro she gets home, for Kate is
one. of the girls, you bet.
Fightlnc: was the offense for which
Jim Biggs colored John Scott. Ho was
lined live dollars and costs, and sent to
the calaboose for live days, and will work
ou thu streets.
Jim MeGlnnls was arrested by spe
cial policemen Jim Biggs on Thursday
night, for shooting oil a pistol on the
levee. He was up before Judge Bross
for trial, where a charge of carry lug con
cealeded weapons was put lu against him.
He was tlued five dollars and costs, and
sent to the lock-up tor live days.
Oilleer Brown ou Thursday night ar
rested a man named Michael Blessing,
for attempting to pick tho pocket of an
other party. He was before Judge Bross
for trial yesterday morning, who thought
he ought to teach Michael a lesson and
tlued him lllty dollars nud costs, and or
dered him to jail lor twenty-seven days.
Ho got out of paying the penalty im
posed upon him, however, by getting
City Attorney Black to graut him a stay
of execution, provided hu would get out
of town.
For the Weekly IIhIIHIii.
Persons wishing advertisements or lo
cal notices inserted lutlio Weekly Bum.i:
Tt.v, should hand In tho copy by Tues
day noon, of eaeh week.
SfuckliiK.HIril I'ooil.
The nicest, healthiest and best for your
bird will bo found at Barclay Brothers'.
Largo and small bottles put up lu beauti
ful style. Try n sample bottle and you
will not be without It afterward. It Is
clean und far cheaper nnd more conven
ient than thu egg and potatoe food you
bother to make every day. Bird owners
can havo a sample package tree on appli
cation. u'
umko wnron mgu prions.
As
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
Letter Lilt. ,'
LHt of letters renminbi!: uncalled for
In the Post Olllce at Cairo. Alexander
Count), lllhi'iis Saturday, Nov. 111th, ,
1S75 : I
i.aiiii:v list.
Brown Belle, Barker Mrs. James.
Burns Mrs. F. X., Doitcho Charlotte,
Dixon Alice, Fry Xattey Ann, Hcriini;
ton Ellen, Jenkins Ann, Kllmper Odella,
LaticcSallksMathurcStt'an, Mathews Mr
D., Maddux Lizzie, Muney Mary, Moore
Augusta A., Miiitou Mrs. Geo., Xewsom
Fannie, Potts .Mrs. M. A., Kuell .Ma
bala, Jtopcr Mahala, Ilotllir .Mrs.,
Shlck M. L. Standi Mr. .1.-2.
Standi Mary.SlaUbrd Emma, Stone Mrr.
Frank, Tompkins Lettie, Tucker Lettie
Belle, Wade Lovlnele, WlUey Julia, Wll
klus Cora.
OUXTI.KMU.N'a UaT.
Adams X. 1!., Adams S. C, Wcasley B.
F., Bradley C. Bruinley Jolm, Blades
James llyrd S. Bates Win., Clark James,
Ctirran John, Clancy John, ColVey It. T.,
Carter llobert, Cliae William J., Cole
W. W., Davenport I). E., Dehnar ( ha-.,
Davis J. it., Du Groat 11. II ,
Davis John, Dodson Lloyd, Fisher lleniy,
Fredrick P. W., Gentry C. II., Green C.
G., Goodall Frank. Gardiner It. J., Har
per Geo., Hilton .las. A., Hays S. II..
Johnson C. P., Keehni Fred., Keating P.
Meiiton P. A. C, MeGrall John,Mc
Klhenney M. IC, Xorteu S..
O'Connor A., Osborn S., Peeler
F.-0, Piico J. W., Patrick, h.,
Schlcht Florian, Sler JL C, Splits
Johnny, Jtiibcn Sliiuns, Shook T. It., j
Slinigbter W. F., Spencer W. IL.Swayue j
W. X. & ("o.,ThoinpaOit Jas. M., Towns-1
ley Prescott, Walt A. II., Washington j
Joe, Williams Lewis, Washington Tom,
Waldrum Thomas. J
Gi:o. W. McKiaiti, P. M. i
RIVER NEWS.
lMrt 1.11.
AltRIVi:i).
Steamer Jim Vhk. Padttcah.
" Hickory, St. LouN.
" llobort Mitchell, Xew Oilcans
" John L. Ulioads, St. Louis
Tow-boats Atlantic, Xew Orleans.
" John Means, lronton.
" Billy Collins, lronton.
" Liberty Xo. -1, Middlejiort.
DKrAKTKI).
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paducah.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
" Hickory, Tennessee river.
" ltobert Mltehel, Cincinnati.
" John L. Khoads. Pittsburg.
Tow-boats Jolm Means, South.
" Billy Collins, South.
MVim, WKAT11KK AND IIUSI.M'.SS.
Tho river last evening was J 1 feet
II 3-5 Inches on the gauge, having fallen
2 2-5 inches during the previous 21 hours.
A dense fog prevailed night before last
and yesterday with the promise of be
coming heavier than ever last night, it
Is probablo the weather will be very cold
to-day.
OlI.S'KltAI. HUMS.
The Cherokeo is loading at St. Louis
"outside," having found an insurance
agent who was willing to take risks ou
her cargo to the extent of SIOO.OOO If
necessary.
Diver John Gwyer telegraphs Capt.
It. W. Dugan that he has raised the W.
J. Behan, which sunk at Shrevcport In
July last. Bed river remained so high
that until very lately it was impossible to
raise her sooner.
Two boats of coal are sunk In tho
channel just above Metropolis, which
pilots mutt look out tor.
The John Means ins the largest
cargo that ever was brought out on this
stago of water,
The Liberty Xo. 4 has a tremendous
tow of salt forSt. Louis.
Thu Thomas Means duo from St.
Louis Is bringing two barges of lorn ore,
ami will leave them hero and help tho
Etna to St; Louis with her tow.
Wau DnrAUTMCXT. IlivcnltriH
Not. 1ST"
AUOVK "
IOW WATKII. CIIANIir-
TATIOS. "
rr. is. rr. i.
Cairo TT l - 2
I'lttnlmrn j !;
Cluclnimll 1 i i
Loiiiiivllit! 7 J .1
Ntivlll ,, ,
at. i.oui s u ,
SvrKfiint, Slgu'ul .-mire, II. a. A.
ICnrtogel Ptannenkuchcii, with cran
berry sauce, this afternoon at 4 o'clock,
at Jaeckel's saloon, opposite Tiif.Bum.k
rix olllce. U
of Pino Underwear, the largest
Usual,
A .tlnu Knn over
To Cowperthwalt it Phillips to try thoe
Gold Buckle cigars.
ri cmt I'reventt
The last chance to iret yourcallco dress
eci'i'i hv buying $7 worth of dry good
at Hellbron & Well's.
Chill C'nrvtl.
Calico remnants nt 0 cents a yard.
IIkii.ukon & Weil. .
1 12 and 1 II Commercial Avenue.
Arab Attention.
Ail adjourned meeting of the Arab
Fire company will bo held this (Satur
day) evening at 7 o'clock.
B. F. Bi.akk, Sec'y,
JC'i.ii'rcHfil Yet.-CS
Only agency lu town for Tattszky
yeast best In use wholesale and retail.
Received fresh dally by Xcw York Store.
ll-UMOt
l'ur-4 1 Fur I
We are now prepared to oiler great
bargains In ladies' and childrcns' furs ot
all styles. Children's sets, muffs and
boa, at only $1 a set.
IlKiumoN & Weil.
'ori.i't ! Cro!!
Hellbron & Well havo always onbad
the liet and largest stock ot CorttU In
the city. A good corset, grey or whltu at
to cents.
Atteutluu! Hewler .
Wc havu four doen Imitation Ebony
Spraguu Cnn-Opencrs, taken for adver
tising, which wu will sell at two dollars
per tlocii. Inquire at Bulletin olllce.
Clnlne.
Barclay Brothers, at 74 Ohio levee, are
w liolesa'c agents for the celebrated Elaine
Oil. For clear light and absolute wifely,
it Is tho heft oil hi tlie world. It is also
for sale at retail by all drugging.
11-17-tf.
Clonk! ! t'lunkal
Everybody should call on Hellbron fc
Well and examine their fall stock of ladles
and misses cloaks, just received from
Xew York, before going elsewhere. A
wo make a specialty of these goods, wo
can oiler Inducement.
IIeii.iiho.n & Wicu..
Clothing! ClothlNRt
it pays to trade at Hellbron fc Well, an
they have marked all their goods down
to suit tho times, and have always largo
nnd well selected stock of clothing. Wo
invito eyery one to'call on us Iwfore go
ing elKCwhcre. A good casinet suit fur
(, at Hkii.uhon & Wkii..
'oitiiretNet Yeant Jfotlee.
1 have this day secured the solo agency
for tho sale of Gat!, Fleischinaii A
Company's compressed yeast, either
wholesele or retail. Dealers can
ho supplied at any and all
times by calling on me. This Is the only
yea.t of tho kind hi market that Is gen
uine. W. L. Bristol, :W Eighth street.
Cairo, Ills., Oct, 23, 1675. lO-iM-lm.
.1 UikmI tlc lu stujr.
A. Ilalley's new store is certainly ono
of the best arranged of the kind to bo
found in the city, and what is better, ha
has so arranged his prices that many arw
taking advantage of the opportunity ot
tered to buy stoves, tinware, etc., cheaper
than ever known In Cairo. Call ou llal
ley, US Commercial avenue, next doortu
the Arab engine house. 0-30-tf.
'utlce.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tiik BuLLUti.v, uuless tho
same Is made ou a written order signed
by the prosldenl or secretary of tho com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
purpose whatsoever.
C.mo Bulletin Comiuxy.
Xovember 10, 1875. t
Mlllltierr! Millinery!
The largest and best selected stock ot
Millinery can be found at Heilbron fc
Well's at greatly induced prices, consist
ing of lino llowcrs, wings, feathers, velvet,
valour and ornaments. Special attention
Is called to our line of Ostrich Kuthen In
ail colors, from $1 to $7, the largest lu
the marktL
Every thlag fur t'mWre!
Hellbron & Well can du bettor hi the
line of children's druses, christening
robes, zephyr bonnets and caps merino
French houuet's and caps coney' bonnets
nnd capt ; also a lull and complete, llweot
children's ineriuo anilwaUM-orool cloaks
than any one else this side ci'Chlcsjro ;
und by cxainlnlnK ls goods, wt con
vince you tht wo mean bst wc )'
our motto If small proHvand qnlck sale.
HsitaaoN !.

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