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ry iwnMy night
1, in iRtar'rmii un
Sixth una) Kef enth
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(he flrat mi) third
ii"tiifiniiii Qfl-fev.r.'AA. II.
annls Bill. Mnuir Cbmlntirlal Meatus
mii on wie vri i u'
U a notrsiyte of'plclurd mow 1
ilur3 Siow I)
Inf fredueed by VVm. Winter, the attlst,
ei 'JWttiv TlieWu cV?ath.g
Miteli iMcrert hi all the principal Kartcrn'
aM natMni ewes, ueHgRiiogeiner.Huvr.
'flT8jf(iiittiTUIi' photograph. 'being
ratacd awl fceaatifully cnnmelod over Hie
aathyjtuiaWiiftrf in tode, but dlstluctln
the Mat and hade. ,ont wlio ee
iimfctU to admire' Ibmi or to give thu
' Brttot ki orttfr. VT) Mvybrtoiwri a
rmW of 'ptetan-s of welUkiiown ladles
ahdgxrBtlVirich'or'thil eUjA, and'have no
hesitation in pronouncing thcin perfectly
splendid. We would then-lore advise ull
who take Interest In such matter or tiff
have ,epeiM a
I'M evtnrateeBW or beaf, iStit-
f e'& ' kH Hielir .llfcfcor new io-
Kvrybolf to know that trie place' to get
Aamoetti that e7r , ' f. '
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Or anything la that line,
'Jtt at the QKAHto 'Cbxtbal JBitnxR
jfBor, e6rnr Kfghth and ComiuercUI.
f-U J. Oaouaa Stb!hu,ou8.
A.llalley hai removed to lits now
tore room, 115 Commercial nvenuc, op
poalto Winter' Block, and next door to
the Arab engine house, whero he. will bo
pleaaed to aee all his old customers and
a many new onea. 0-30-tf
Xadlca and chlldrciu' uuderware, me
rino as well as muslin can be found
cheaper and better at llellhron & Well's
than any whero iu tlio city. A jjood me
rino undershirt and drawers for boys
nly 00 cents; a good merino vest and
pants, for ladles, only $1,
Xettce ef aemoval.
C. Koch has removed his boot nud
shoe shop from the old stand to his
new brick building (one block below),
No. 80 Commercial nvcuuc, .between
Fifth and Sixth streets, whero ho will
keep the best home made and St. Lou I
custom mado boots and shoes, made of
the best material ; good workmanship
and in the latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. 9-23-ti.
A No. 1 JLanadry.
' It la now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the ItUBdress, Mo. Ii Jfourth street, be
tween Washington & Commercial avenues,
kas oae of, the best conduoted laundry es
tablishment in the city, and landlords of
kotals and boarding homes "ill find it to
tislr advantage to call upon her.
liar prices aro as follows: Hotel and
boardlBK-Beuse washing, " 7B cents" per
doa.wirt -( Btaes - werk - prices are'
las, mPf kM BOcj seoks ftc; twa.ool-
i.rkBirtwc , baadkerchteti. 5c: vett:2:
saifu'sJl t MBtlemen's , wear,' HQc-, l par.
Uo'. fLedUa dresses, " 'UTMc;
.tU.'M aai! ilrwiH ll toT liasHwe
pak BOa'e; two collars6 to' 10o. V-foifiii
dies' plaUl CIOIUCS i w iei uusea, mr
diss tine clothes, 1 1 per dosen; done
draaaptly, and promptlv delivered, ra
tronage solicited, S-3Mm
A riua Ntork.
Wm. Elders desires to Inform his pnt-
rons and tho public generally, that ho bus
now on hand a large stock of French mid
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and is
prupared to mauufacturo, lor sioro and
office wear, the llnuit of Morocco or Cult
Skin Shoes or Hoots; and for farmers,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
offered In this market. Ills Lasts aro of
the latest stylos, and ho can guaraiitco a
tltaudsathUatlon to all his patrons.
jMTpC, Amber and White rag stock
envelopes st the ButLRTiN otllcc, printed
93 ou ami 9 w per m.
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A No. 1 second-hand, sevsn ooiave
Dlano. as toosl as new, manufactured by
Hallet Sc Pa vis, Is offered for sale at a
bargam. Apply to
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Hats, Caps'; Boots Shoes.
TKE. WA1.DER la receiving dally, a
L larirs aad splendid atook of good;
and la determined to
Mot be undersold
Ha la raaolvad to irlvo thn very boat
aooda for the vary lowottl prloea. Call
and afta for yoursalvc.
Odnser Slf tk Street and Ohio
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WKDNKSDAY, NOVEMJIEU 21, 167C.
HATF.N Or AnVKHI IISINM.
rJ"AII lilllii fr kdvrrtlalutr. me ilue nml ny-
mlllr IK jtllVANCK
Transient ailrrrtlrlnR will I" Inirrl'-'l at Ui
ralo of 11 '0 xTw)iirr fur the tint IumtIIuii
ami WrnU furmrliiiilisniuciil onr. A lltwrul
dltoniint will Ik- made on MunOlii;? nml ilUplay
Ctiurcti, HoclKf, Fmtlral ami flupptr Dtillrm
will only blnert! & a-lrrtliwincijt.
For Itifertlng Kumrr.l nolle St (. Notice of
nntlnK of eoclrtln or ccn t onli-m V) rtuta fur
Xo hertUftn(Dt wlU rrcrhrl at Ichk Uian
Zoc&i Buaineaa Notlcen, of
tan Unas or tnoio. Innorted
in the Bulletin as follow :
One Insertion per line .............. A Cents.
Two Imertlonimr line . 7 Cants.
Threa Insertions per line- ......10 Cents.
mx insertions par iino.......... id uenis.
Two weeks per lino 25 Conts.
Oan month parllnu .. ....... -...U.1 Cants.
No Reduction will ba mado In above
I.nrnl Wrntlirr Rrpatrt.
Caiho, 111., Nov.'iS, leTS.
Wl.fD. I Vr.L.
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ItalnfallS.'il luclitn. . .
Ftrgranl. Signal ferTlcr, U. S. A
T. F. Whltely. of Chicago, was reg
istered at thcSt. Charles yesterday.
The boating association party on the
ftcamcr Eekert comes of this evening.
Mr. W. A. Funk, of New Albany,
Indiana, was a guest at tho St. Charles
John Q. Haruian is Improving very
rapidly, and hopes to be about again iu a
C. D. Arter oilers his residence, on
Seventh street, for sale cheap. Term
The weather of yesterday was rather
untavorable to the advancement ot work
on the levec.
The Ttrners' Society, of this city,
arc getting ready to give a big ball during
Many ol the lovers of huntlngof this
city are making preparations for a good
day's sport on Thanksgiving.
C. J. Marsh, of Cincinnati. Ohio
was among the more prominent arrivals
at tho St. Charles yesterday.
The Delta City, one of our best tire
companys, call n special meeting this
evening. Let all members be prccnt.
Thanksgiving services will be held
In tho M. E. church on Thursday at 11
o'clock, a. m. All aro invited to attend.
Tho public schools of this city will
be closed this evening, and will not he
opened again until next Monday morn
lug. -Mr. Thomas H. Ilngncll, one df the
builder "f the new levee, who left Cairo
a lw days ago for St. Loul, 'u.s re
Everything was very quiet In po
lice circles yesterday. Neither of tho
courts did any busiuess of Import
Tho mail on the Mississippi Central
railroad "was delayed yesterday morning
for somo cause. It did not arrive In this
city until about noon.
Tho ladles of thpPrcsbvterian church
will give a reception at the parsonage
Thursday evening; Nov. 25th. A cordial
Invitation Is extended to nil. lit.
t a recent meeting of the Arab lire
company, a committee was appointed to
makn arrangements for a ball and sup
perrtocoiua otl.on New Year's eve.
Bonneu'tfanu boys' underwear, also
mcit'a lahu uoyB'. ijatn ana jcaps; lieu
broh ifWch's Is tlio' cheapest placo W the
city. A good merino suit for 75conls.
The pay car on tho Mlsiissippl fjen
trol railroad, which yLsited Cairo last Sat
urday, paid tho employes of that corpo
ration in this city up to tlio 1st ot Octo
ber last. v
20,000 notp. heads, 30,000 cnvelnpesi
20',000'lettef headlO reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Cnrllflo paper just
received and for salo atj tho Uullktin
olllec. v j swwwLL '
TUB ALEXANDEEjCOUNTV BANK
oiilltheprlnclpaj.cltlis'of Eurojwj nnd
attends to tho collucUoji of claims uiid es
tates, Wpoclally Iu Germany ,11-24-lm
Just reoelvod another new supply of
those clieap boys' clothing and overcoats.
As this Is. a leading article with lis, fte.
mean to undersell the cheat)cst In the
cl y. Hkiliihon & WkIl.
r We are; told that a nuraber of Ihe
married men of Cairo havo entered the
tcriiHlctiorcan ring, and nroooso irlvitign
g'raud ball and supper at tho St. Cliarles
llotal on Kbw Year's eve. " e;
Tho.wlfoofthnllov B. VXieorfe
whowlllarrivc In Calrdv'tb.'day', will "bo
given a reception ut her newhome, tho
narsonairc of the Presbyterian church, on
(iMfstijftby the ladles nl tho congre
;gatloir' or (hat church, to-morrow,
1 Tho' best black alpacas from 20 rents
to faDTo" black casslmcro for 00 cents.
EinpretV cloth iu all colors for 50 cents,
and the newest woolen plaids for 30
cents, can always be found atllcllbron &
WoiriS,'1l2 and 114 Commercial avenue.
Mr Tom Cowan, one of the leading
farmers ol Johnson county, and JohnN.
Pearcc, of Vienna, passed through Cairo
yesterday on their way to Texas. Pcarce
will remain in Texas, but Cowan will re
turn In a few weeks.
Messrs. Thomas Median and W. M.
Nevln. two newspaper gentlemen of
Philadelphia, who arc making a tour of
the west nnd south, were Iu the city yes
terday. They were registered at the St.
If the weather will permit, it is (he
intention ol the crew of the lloatiug As
sociation to take a run to Mound City
Thursday (to-morrow) morning, pre
vious to putting up their boots for the
winter. Tho six oared hcll and single
tkull will Ik: the boats used on the trip.
A few days ago, a life Insurance man
who had formerly been a preacher,
while coining from Chicago, fell Into
conversation with another Chicago man,
when the Insurance man said, "What
business do you lollow in Chicago" "I
am a member of the hoard ol trade."
"Why, can a Christian belong to the
board ol trade?" "Christian, h 1 1 Can
a preacher be a life insurance agent?"
Tho life luiuranco ngent changed his
A. Jacckd, of the Thallan saloon,
opposite the Ki.'m.ktinoIHcc, Is now pre
pared to serve up, ou short notice, freMi
oysters in any htyle that may Im desired.
Having a neat, tasty and quiet room, no
better place In the city can bo found
where one can go and enjoy a dish ot the
bivalves. On each Sunday afternoon lie
will spread a sumptuous lunch and will
continue the same until further notice.
On next Sunday he will treat hlf patrons
to kartoffel pfannenkuchen, (potato pan
cakes), with cranberry sauce, and be
extends a cordial Invitation to all to come
and partake of the same. 11-10-tf
Since the publication of the account
oftlie wedding ant! reception of Mr.
Walton W. Wright and Miss Mattie Wil
liamson, iu which wo gave a list of pres
ents given tho bride by friends and rela
tives, the following gifts have been re
ceived at the bridc's.home, which she will
be presented with on her return this
morning: Swinging water pitcher and
and goblet, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1J. Saflord
and Mr. and Mrs. II. II, Caudec; silver
sugar spoon, Mrs. Tom Winter; haud
somc silver card basket, Mrs. Julia Pat
ten, Louisville, Kentucky; Swiss sum
mer house, Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeLay;
handsome silver jewel case, Mr, am! Mrs.
II. Haynes, Austin, Texas; two7 silver
cups, Mrs. Julia Hagey, St. Lodii.
The manager of the entertainments
to be given for the benefice- the Library
Association, to-morrow an Friday even
ing, is in a high state of good humor. He
fells contldcnt that he will be able to pre
sent to the people of this city, one of the
finest renditions of Bouclcault's great
play ot "Led Astray," by home talent,
that they have ever witnessed. This
play is now having a great run at the
Union Square Theater, New York, and
draws immense houses at each perform
ance. It was here that tho manager of
tho entertainments saw the play pre
sented with Its greatest effect, and he de
clares that so far as tho representations
of character go, the ladles ami gentle
men who take part to morrow night,
would be very hard to excel.
On Thanksgiving evening a gra id
banquet, which Is to be made one of the
grandest events of the kind ever at
tempted iu the United States, will be
tendered the delegates who attend the
National Kallroad convention, at St.
Louis. Tho banquet will be held iu the
hall ol the Chamber of Commerce of that
city. Preparations for the seating of eight
hundred people at supper have been made.
In the most prominent part of the hall
will be seated the chairman of the evening,
tlio pnMdcnt of the convention, and dis
tinguished visitors from abroad, not dele
gates. The gentlemen appointed as dele
gates from this city, and who will parti
cipate In this great event, are W. P. Hal-
llday, D. T. Liuegar, James Johnson,
Mayor Winter and Itoswell Miller and
The party on tho steamer Eckcrt this
evening, given by the Cairo Boating As
sociation, will be an exceedingly pleasant
aflalr, and those who hold invitations to
It should not fail to attend. To the lov
ers of dancing, the event oilers much gen
nine pleasure. The cabin of the Eckert
Is perfectly adopted to this pleasure, be
ing roomy and provided with a smooth
and splendid lloor, The very best and
largest string band In tho.plty, with Pro
fessor Elseuburg nt their head, will pro"
vido the music for tho occasion. In inct,
every arrangement neecssnry to add to
the pleasures of their guests has been
made by the members of the associa
tion, and all can feel assured of a real
social treat. Dancing will commence at
half-after eight o'clock.
Delta tJlly i'lre ;niiniiy.
A special meeting of this company will
be held this evening at tho engluu house,
nt 7:U0 o'clock. All members aro re.
requested to bo present, for Important
busiuess will be transacted, By order,
M. J. McQaulkv, Sce'y.
On Thanksgiving day, Thursday, No
vember 23th. there will ho a grand free
lunch spread nt the Delmonlco Saloon,
both morning and cYeYiing. Also rillo
shooting, ten pin rolling, etc., for tur
keys. M. COYNK.
,l-2 r .
Everybody should call on Hcllbron &
VfaW aud examine their fall stock of ladles,
and misses cloaks, Just received from
(Now York, before going elsewhc rc. As
avo make a specialty of theso goods, wo
can offer Inducement.
IIkiluiio.n & Wkil.
LADIES OF CAIXO AT IT IN OOOD
The MMtlng at tke AUmbsubi so Monday.
re antSAtloai EMeeied-Klertlon of
mrcra. Appointment or torn
tit II ires, Kir., Etc
Tlio meeting nt the Atiiencnm, for the
purpose of organizing an auxiliary asso
ciation to the Woman's Centennial Asso
ciation, of Illinois, was called to order at
3 o'clock p.m., Monday, November 22,
1875. Mrs. Wm. It. Smith was nominated
to the chair aud Mrs. II. II. Cahdcc ap
pointed secretary, pro ton. Mrs. L. K.
Ward tier, vice-president of the Illinois
Centennial Association for Southern Illi
nois, explained the object of the meeting
and the subject of Centennial work, and
proposeil the organization of tho "Alex
ander County Centennial Association."
Ou motion, Mrs. C. C. E. Gos aud Mrs.
A. II. SalTord were appointed a Commit
tee on the Nomination of Ofllcsrs for tho
association. During the withdrawal ol
the committee a stirring appeal from
Mrs. Governor Beverldgc to the women
of Illinois, upon Centennial work, was
read. The committee then reported the
following list of officers, who were unani
mous! v elected:
President-Mrs. W. P. Halllday.
Vice-Presidents Mrs. J. II. Oberly,
Mrs. V. Korsmcycr, Mrs. Julia Davis,
Mrs. O. C. E. Goss.
Recording Secretary Mrs. Wooil Kit
tollhouse. Corresponding Secretary Mrs. E. C.
Treasurer Mrs. P. W. Barclay.
Mrs.W. K. Smith,
" John M. Lansdeu,
" O. G. Alvord,
" Ella Granger,
" E. C. Ford,
" H. L. Halllday,
" C. C. E. Goss.
" Herman Meyer,
" S. Walters,
" J. Ollham,
" Julia Davis.
After the election of ofilcers and a res
olution to publish the proceedings ol the
meeting, it was adjourned to meet on
Saturday p. in.. Nov. 27tb. at 2 o'clock.
at the residence of MrsyL. It. Wardner,
ou munuc street, anu an urgent in
vitation Is hercwitlrcxtcnded to all the
ladles of Cairo to assist iu tho Centennial
work of Alexander county.
A Btfippy Ke.I'nlon.
"Caiho You.vn Folks op 1SC2."
W. II. Morri.
I. J, Jialcr,
J. II Humphreys,
C. C. Mcmlerton,
"Slieuld ould acquaintance be forgot,
Ami nerrr broUKbt to inin' f
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And days of aul J laog jnc?"
"Mr. and Mrs. Wood Illttcnhouso pre
sent their kindest regards, and would be
happy to have you participate In a re
union or me "young ioiks or isiitv ou
Wednesday evening, November 24th, nt
The above is the lac simile of an invita
tion sent to n number of their friorlds, by
Mr. and Mrs. Wood IMttenhohe. The
ladies and gentlemen nainni above, we
arc Informed, aro those vffto composed n
social circle In this cltyin 1802, the com
panions aud assoches ot Mr. and Mrs.
Hlttenliouse befonf their marriage. Since
that rear, alt tho ladles of the list have
changed thcltyfiames, aud it is the desire
of Mr. and Mrs. ltittcnhousc to meet
thim all fgaln, as of old, and recall the
nappy ways gono oy. me nuair, no
doubtXvlll be oneol unusual lu teres t and
pleasure to each member of the circle.
KverythlHK for Children 1
Heilbrou & Well can do butter In the
line of children's dresses, christening
robes, zephyr bonnets and caps, merino
French bonnets nud caps, coney bonnets
and caps ; also a lull and complete llneof
children's merino nnd waterproof cloaks
than any one else this side ol Chicago ;
and by examining these goods, we con
vince you that wc menu what wo say, as
our motto Is small profit and quick sales.
Hkii.uko.n & Weil.
The nicest, healthiest nud best for your
bird will be tound at Barclay Brothers'.
Largo and small bottles put up Iu beauti
ful style. Try a sample, bottlo and you
will not be without It afterward. It is
clean and far cheaper r.ud more conven
ient than tlio egg and pOtatoe food you
bother to make every day. Bird owners
can have a sample package tree on appli
'ouiirpsseil Yrnst Wotlre.
I have this day secured tho solo agency
for the salo of Gaff, Flelschmau &
Company's compressed yeast, either
wholesele or retail. Dealers can
bo supplied ut any and nil
times by calling ou inc. 'fids is the only
yeast of the kind iu market that Is gen
uine. W. L. Bristol, 33 Eighth street.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 25, 1875. 10-28-lm.
A Clood Place to Buy,
A. Hnllcy's new store Is certainly ono
of tho best arranged of tho kind to hu
round lu the city, nnd what is better, ho
has so arranged U prices that many nro
taking advantage of the opportunity ol
fered to buy stoves, tinware, etc., cheaper
than ever known hi Cairo. Call on Hal-
ley, 1 10 Commercial avenue, next door to
tho Arab englnu home. U-30-tf.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tun Buli.ki i.v, unless tho
same Is made ou a written order slgued
by tho president or secretary of tho com
pany, and wo will accept no orders given
by an employe or the company, for any
Cairo Bullxtik Coui-Axr.
November 10. 1875. , U
Wo have four dozen Imitation Ebony
Sprnguo Can-Opciicrs, tnken for adver
Using, which wo will sell at two dollars
per dozen, Inquire ut Bulletin oftlcc.
X XX Hi
Once more Belches Forth its Firey
FARH BAKER, THE
Is Once More in the Field to tell all Clothing Buyen that they
are still buying
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Pnces.
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of the Best Style,
No goods that smell of powder of the war of 1812 ; goods well made
and sponged, only for salefits guaranteed, as we are already krfttrn for
such. Others fight competition of that kind with "shoddy" goodjp(le
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 deftrid
his own business.
A trial is whatwo ask to make oustomera out of you nil. We don't ask your patronago o account of 'Ma
in "friends" or old Calroltos (sa wo haro boon known hero lo I theso man v vears) but to save you the
almighty dollar. Tho timo for paying for friondnhip is gono. Our stook
in tho city, at pricos to suit all.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" Cherokee, St. I.ouls.
" Thomas Shlrlock, Cincinnati.
" Vint Slilnkle, Memphis.
Tow-hoat IJernard, Pittsburg.
" Con! Hill, Pittsburg.
" lion Accord, St. I.otils.
Steam Yacht Ariadne, Erie, Pn.
Steamer dim Fjk, Paducah.
" Thomas Shlrlock. New Orleans.
Vint Shlnkle, Cincinnati.
" Cltyof Alton, New Orleans.
I'ow-boat Bernard, St. I.ouis.
" Cosl Hill, Pittsburg.
Hon Accord, Tennessee river.
" Chas. Drown, St. I.ouls.
Shlrlock bad all the freight
wanted aud stopped here but a
The Cherokee lays over until this
evening. She got a good start at St.
Louis and came out without trouble or
The steam yacht Ariadne arrived
yesterday allernoon, and her commander
Capt. Arthur Conway, upon receiptor
the sad news of the death of
his wife, returned home by
rail leaving on tho midnight train.
RiVKtti WXATHBR AND nCSrXKSS.
Tho river last evening was 13 (cot
4 4-5 inches on tho gauge, having becu
stationary for twenty-four hours.
A heavy rain fell steadily from dark
night before last until noon yesterday,
and the weather Is still cloudy aud be
coming quite cold.
YOYAOK OF T1IK ARtADNU.
Tlio beautiful little steam yacht Ari
adne, from Erie. Pa., arrived at Alton.
this morning, after a yopnge of about
1.000 miles, passing through Lakes Eric.
Huron and Michigan, nnd by the Illinois
river route, on its way to New Orleans-
l'his little cratt was built at Buffalo. X,
V., at a cost of 514.700. Mr. Arthus
Conway, the principal owner, accompa
nies tlio yacth on her present voyage,
having started from Erie. October 4. In
making the voyage oP Lake Michigan
they encountered a severe storm and
gale, lasting some four days. Under the
guidance of Captain Downc, an old lake
tar, the boat came through all right, al
though the force of the storm carried
away the doors and ilooded tho cabin and
engine room, the water being at one time
within four Inches of tho tires. The Ari
adne left for Chicago Saturday, October
ao,arrlving at Alton this morning, whence
after coaling up and and putting things
sho will proceed .to St. Louis
nnd then to New Orleans to spend tlio
winter. Her dimensions are C2 feet iu
length and 12 feet 6 Inches width of beam.
She lias an iron hull, nnd the upper por
tion is constructed of solid oak frame,
panelled with birds-eye maple. Sho was
constructed as n pleasure yacht and Is
tittcu up in an elegant manner, tue la
dles' narlor and boudoir bavin? all mod
ern conveniences. During the Winter;
Mr. Conwar informs us ho will run her
as a pleasure boat at New Orleans and re
turn to mo UKe wnen spring opens,
making the round trip about 0,000 miles.
Aiton iciegrapn, jnov. i,
WAB DlrAHTIIKMT. Ill T KM REFONT, I
Xov. !Kl. 1871.
LOW WATIH. CHAXtiB.
n. ik. rr. in.
Cairo... 13 & 0 0
rittuburg -.. ft 8 X 'J
Cincinnati II n 4
lmlsvllle 7 3 0 0
NioIitIUr S o
8t. LoiiIk 7 7 1
Sergeant, Signal Hervlra, U.H. a.
Waterproofs eittt flannels,
Wo offer at reduced rales, best
waterproof, at 00 cents.
Hkimuion A Wkii..
For the Weekly llullrtln.
Persons wishing advertisements or lo
cal notices inserted In the Weekly Biillk
tin, should hand In the copy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
Heal Katnte Nitlp.
Tlio salo of the Ham Orr property, ut
auction will take place on Friday, tho
20th lust., (instead ot Thursday us ad
vertised) at 2 o'clock, p. mf '
C. S. Dki.av, Auctioneer.
HIHInwrl.llllnerjr.l , fjj)C
The largest and best selected stock ot
Mllllucry car bt.fewd at; Hcllbron &
lag of tine aWwers, wlBfV, feaJHers, vehrct,
valour, and orRsHeikU. ipeefcl attention;
all colon from ll to 7, the largest In
to mina tnat
i mako war on high pricos.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET..
LYNCH ft HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farnw and 3,000 acres of
unimproved Landi In Alexander county.
"Winter's Block" and "Winter's
A large number ol de.lrahle Uesl
dentHis, nnd excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses aud residences.
Business house on Levee, lately
copied by Cunningham itStilwell,
Business house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cros, Cole
man & Co.
Winter's Block-suitable tor Hotel,
Offices or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, 8 and 9, in
Winter's How, 0 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (comer), $12 507 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, Bear Wash
ington avenue i rooms $10 n month.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied hy A. Ilalley.
Store rootu lately occupied by Howe
Sewing Machine Cp., on Commercial
avenue, near Ninth street.
Two small Houses west of Twenty
second street, near Pine, $1 each per
Dwelling house on Twcilui, near
Walnut. 0 rooms, for $12 per month
Storo rooni or Levee, above Eighth
street w permonm.
FOR LEASE OU SALE.
A. number of Lots on Levee, abovo
Twelfth street, outside flro limits. Also
a largo number of other Lots In different
Lands, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
1000 sheets of bristol hoard just re
ceived at tho Bulletin olllce, and tor
salo to tho trade.
City of Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at half
price (32.50) at the Bulli'.ti.s' olUce.
Exchange for salo on all the princi
pal cities of Europo at Enterprise Sayings
A scries of lectures under tho auspl
ccs of tlio members of tho Library Asso
ciation for tho establishment of a public
library In Cairo, will bo held alter
nately at the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Cliristaiu churches. Tho following la
dles nnd gentlemen have kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
" 23, ltev. Chas. A. Gilbert.
" 20, Dr. Wm. It. Smith.
Dec. 0, Miss Kate Thompson.
" 13, Hon. Wm. II. Green.
" 21, Mrs. G. G. Alvortl.
O. O. E. Goss, Seo'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
NansAKC nkera "I'ut tin or Bunt
To every sausago manufacturer ol
Cairo this challenge is submitted nn I l'o
following grounds: That the tliiluu.i
varieties of sausago mnunfactured by
Koehler it Bro. arc superior to any other
Cairo manufacture. Tho decision of the
matter will bo left to a competent com
mittee, nt Scheel's hall on Sunday, Nov.
1 tir 1... .I.t. ill'..,, t. .nl.t. ML
, il v in.iKU una uiiui in Mtiiu, in;r
lug contldcnt that better sausago than
that mndu by Koehler & Bro. has not
been nnd cannot ho produced in Cairo or
the State of Illinois.
11 -1 (Wit FlIUU. KOEIII.KU & Bko.
New York Ntore.
' Now Sugar Cured Hams,
New Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon,
New Sugar Cured Shoulders,
Now Rook Candy Drip Syrup.
K.&O. Self-rising Buckwheat Flour,
best article In use try It,
New Dried Corn, etc.,
, Mlneo Aleut,
! Also New Orleans sugar and syrup.
Wo offer the above goods at bottom fig
ures. ClIAB. O. l'ATIKK IMi
,MWfl 3lt '
Tho last d&JtiZW&toja!,
ax licuorou jT.etrs. . w t v
Calico Wi&Mtfi&U B ,f
Hbilbrom k Will.. ,
142 and 144 Commercial AvenuV.
Flame and brings
of Fino Uuderwear, the largeat
Hellbrnn & Will havo alwsys on hand
the best and largest stock ol Corsets In
A good corset, grey or white nt
It pays to trade at Hcllbron fc Well, as
they have marked all their goods down
to suit lltu times, nnd have always n large
nnd well selected stock of clothing. We
invite eyery ono to call ou us before go
ing olscwhere. A good caslnct suit for
$0, at HKiuntox Sc Wittr..
A Men Run stver
To Cowperthwalt & Phillips to try those
Gold Buckle cigars.
Compressed Yeast. , '
Only ngency lu town for Tauszky
yeast best In use wholesale and retail.
Received fresh dally by No wYork Store.
Ftira I Faro 1
Wc are now prepared to,offcr great
bargains In ladles' and chlldreus' furs ot
all styles. Children's sets, muft and
boa, at only $1 a set.
Hkilbron &, Wbil.
Barclay Brothers, at 74 Ohio levee, arc
wholesale agents for the celebrated Elaine
Oil. For clear light and absolute safety.
It is tho best oil In the world. .It Is also
for sale at retail by all druggists.
The entire stock of Millinery goods of
Mrs. Eliza Ellis will bo told at auction at
her storo room in tho Athenetrm building
ou Commercial avenue, between-Sixth
and Seventh streets, commencing Thurs
day night,November 35th, at 7 'o'clock, p.
m., and continue every night until the
entire stock is dosed out.
Louis II. Myers, Auctioneer.
v Tin BcLLXTUt printing
establishment nukes 'a
specialty of BUI Hea-ln.
Note Hcwla, Letter Heals,
Stateracnta, Cards, Kle. LuoVat theae prices:
Small aiiB bill heath, per Into .V 00
Medium size bill hernia, per thouaaad 3,73
AH on fourteen iouuJ paper, Carlisle mills,
rutej two cents per pound higher Uiun paper
uscil liynny other oatoe ruled to pnlcrjthf
mills especially for thla otllcc.
Statement, Carlysle, per 1000 M CO
' Utter Hernia, Csrlyilu, per lutH............... 4 10,
Nolo Jlcada, Carlysle, per in0.. I on
Vlalllngcurila er package-. 5c
Uuatiies canls, No. 1 S-pty Ilri'tol boanl,
prrlnoo 2 M o 4 M
Ilualueaa curds, Xo. 1 blank, per 1000... . i uu
iartcr-licet, half-aheet, rell-ahcet and three
sheet posters, anil colored ww below 81. Vuul
Pamphlet. Hook Work and l'rloe Lists mada
CAIRO MKRKETWHOLESALE. '
Corrected daily by K. M.SIearas. eomaslMlon
merchaut, Secretary or the Cairo UuarU ol
Flour, aecordlns to
Corn, mixed. Backet!
Corn, whits, aacked
.Mnil. ateam dried. .
..ti ft to
.. s 003 a
.. 1 611
lluttee. cholee Northern
'llutter, clinic Huutliern Illinois..
Kxpa, perdoten ... .
Chickeni, ler doxen.
lApplea, choice, ier kairel
i.pplea, common, per barrel
J'otutou, per barrel...
Uuiona, per barrels.
TY virtue nfflve certain ezecutlona lo I
Tjiwliil lir ihe clerk uf Uie circuit court of At
exander county, In thvBtala of Illinois i lu Bitot
of Charles O. I'atlerund William Wolf, Orator
C. ), Taller lo. , sou ayJlml jamra urroti,
I hse lerled upon Ihe fallowing decrlbdpro
trty, in the tlrst addition lo tlie city of Cairo,
county of Alexander aud Bute of DllaoU, lo
w 11 : Lot numbered oas (I) la block, aambenid
twenty-eight (), a the ' property oflkeaatd
James Carroll, whlcb I a hall oBer at uaiUa sale
at the aouth-weat door of lbs court nouay IU
ellyofCalro.ln Oio couuiy of Alexander aa4
Huts of Illinois, on the Ihlnl day of PecraW,
A. U. IS74, between Out hours of nine o'clock,
a m., andaunaetofsutdday, for rash, toealla
ryaaldKxevution. ALEX, II. IRVI.N,
Mherlff of Alexander County, IIUboIi.
Cairo, Illinois, Navymber II, 171.
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