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A . H olil mnOur communication inMa
jUlaoate KM,' eoraa Coauinerctal
aao Wftith atraet, oa Um coad ml
"bana ateaavwaf asa taoath .
wTW Hi'mw style of picture now be
ing rlueU by W'w. Winter, the artist,
of, tiki cHj. ticsc pictures are creating
iMMliintorMt to ail the principal Eastern
Tkav'irar imtlin photograph-i, being
tMwl biauUfully t-iiamek-d over the
eattrV Wrtfr oft In tone, but distinct In
Um llfJaiaMMl akadM. No one who aoee
thMla.toaMlra.itMiu. or to give Uic
artttB oraer; Wc hate bwn shown a
najMbtf of piotum of well-kuown ladlea
ah4 gmtfemea ar'the city, BBd have no
beettwiea iu praaewncliig (arm perfectly
spR-mlkl.' Wo would therefore advise all
wtw take tote re it hi such matU-rs or de
(ire ficfaret, to call upon Mr. Winter at
hta gallery and examine hU work In thl
tw branch of the ahadow-capturing art.
2Ef erj'body ahould call cm Hellbron i
Well al examine their fall itock of ladles
and Baiatct cloaks, Just received from
New;XqrVi;berore going elsewhere. Aa
we inakea HH:ia1ty of these goods, we
' IlKIMIROX & WltlL.
Persona having cisterns needing pump
ing out acid Tcpalrwr ' have It done
promptly and at ricee(tcipiitt the jtirns,
by oalMagaw J. B, Hawkln, CrWstcvet.
I UveaBn aWdpump cuiployrd all the
Jacob Walters and Chris Authus, two
ot our well-known butchers have asso
ciated together awl undur the linn name
of Jacob Wallers & Co., have opened a
meat market ou the north sldo of Eighth
street. In Phil Howards old stand. This
will bo a first-class market, In every re
spect, aa the names oi the proprietors
guarantee a Market where the choicest
of cut mcatsj, steaks, roasts of bear, mut
ton, pork and venison; together with
sausage, bacon, etc., will be served out
to customers hi, a neat ,and .satisfactory
maancr. All their od friends or new ac
cjualasanosa arihsVtejlto tall and see
thcn. , x xo-ajo-tf
KvtryboJy to kooH Utt tho place to gcV
A smooth shave,'
AKoadshaao.; CL . .
A fwhlonatil hair-cut,
In at Ui Ouaxd Cbmtkal IlAltnKH
fliior, corner Kfghth and Commercial.
9-8-lt J. Okokob Stbinuou.sb.
A.'Halley has 'Temovcd to his new
store room, 113 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's UlocW, Hi)d next dour to
the Arab engine house, where ho will ho
pleased to see all his old customers and
as many new ones. 0-30-tf
ladles' aud chUdreaaMuuderwarc, me
rino aa well aa muslin can be found
cheaper and better at lleilhron & Well's
than any wherein, the city. A good me
rino undershirt and drawers for boys
only 60 cents ; a good merino vest and
pants, for ladles, only $1,
xu r au
C. Koch has removed his boot aud
shoe shop from the old stand to his
new brick building (one block below),
So. SO Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and. Sjxth streets, where ho will,
keep thjjjK'St'homomde and St. Loul
custom made boots and shoes, mnilu of
the best material : good workmanship
and In the , latent , styles.
promptly, attended, M,
A No. I Ijaandry.
It isnoweoncoUad,that Urs. CoUhiud,
tha laundress, No. !li fourth street, be
tweea Wshlu(toa & Commercial avenues,
has one jof tho. best conducted iaundry es
tabllshaenta in the city, and landlords ot
hotels and boarding bouses will And it to
tbalr advantage to call upn her.
liar prices are as follows; Hotel and
boarding-house washing, 75 cents per
doxsa. For piece wortt .prices are
as follows i Blngto sfilnaad-cok
lsr,l()Bswdtfaa.ac aocks-acf.two col
lari,li.tw4.uiiralU, 6;'-veu uoc;
aad 'aasaUsmca's wear, 80c per
dosea. Ladies' dresses, IS to Wc;
skirts Id to Me; drawers 10 to 16c; two
pair keaa aej two collars S to 10c. for It-
dies' plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; for la
dles fine clothes, SI i per doxen; done
dreasptly, aad promptly delivered, 1
troaaga aoHsatad.i ilJ--' &4tnl
--nA via ntsWk.
Wm. Khlers desires- to Infonn his pat
rons abd.tMttublle ganarall y. tliat lie boa
now on hand a largo stook of French aud
fJarmanOair.iKIn aaul MAVAiaa n aa 1 Id
Prolfej9'iuflWtun. or 1 torqiWd
ofHoe weatyfjio finest of Morocco or Cult
Skin 81aW,'iloto t-gnd for farmers.
i reuca ivauBasM aere Biiyunng-evcr
offered in tslusarkut. Ills Lasts aru of
the latest styles, aiid ho can'guamntco a
fit ami aatlsfatlou to ail hls patroiis.
0-3-tf. i iiim . ' v
A. "k BmI SaiMan Lm SSav .
A. Hailev's new store Is certainly ono
of tlio'best' arranged of the kind to be
found in yjtfWrifib what Is better, lie
ha so arranged tils prices that many are
taklntr advaatasra l UsH,os)BartBaliy of
fered to buy stovee, ttaware, etc., cheaper
than ever knowa;rn Cairo. Call on Hal
ley , 115 Commercial avenue, next door to
the Aittb cnglno homo. iwo-ti.
"MM- af a n ":
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoos.
TKE. WAX.DRR is receiving dally a
J. !arir aad aplontlld atock of aoods,
and la detettninad to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
He la rosolved to kIvb tha very bost
vooda for tha vary loweat price. Oatl
and aae for youraalvas.
Coraar Slatk Straataad Ohio
TIIUILSUAY, NOVKMHKK 25, 1875.
BATn or AIIVKKTINIKU.
tJ-All bills for atlvvrtliluK, an- tlue utnl fay
ablt t AbVAMca
Itanalcat ailTMtlalng will tw lnfrtl lit tin
rut of II u (jtrwuar for the flnt Inwrlloo
ami W cents fur each (ul)ie(uent one. A liberal
illacount will bcmaile ou standing mid tlialay
Church, .Society, fiativil awl .Sunper Uutlcea
will on) jr be loierted as alertl ruenU
For inserting Kuueral noUcs at (O, Notice of
nieetiiiK of tocirtlra or aecrtl orders Ui cuita for
No ailvcrtUemrot wlU be received at Una than
Ioal Bualness Notlcaa, of
tea linea or more. Inserted
In tha Bulletin u rollowa:
One inaartlon par Una a Oenta.
Two lna rtlom pr Una . 7 Oenta.
Three luaartlona per Uno.-...-....10 Centa.
Six lnaertlona per Una 15 Oenta.
Two weeka par line 26 Centa.
One month par Una - .36 Oenta.
Mo Reduction will be tnaete in above
Loral Weather Kepert.
Caiho. III., NoY.3l,'.lrf75.
S I 4 ll'alr
NV I C ICIrar.
N 8 I Clear.
Sergeant. Signal here Ice, D. H. A.
S. 11. Hale, of Chicago, was at tl.e
St. Charles yesterday,
Mr. M. D. Buck, of St. Louis, was a
guest at the St. Charles, yesterday.
Exchange for sale ou all the princi
pal cities of Europe at Enterprise Savings
There will be Thanksgiving services
In all tho places oi worship in the city
The public schools were adjourned
over from last evening until next Mon
C.T). Arter oilers his resilience, on
Seventh fctrcct, for sale cheap. Terms
liberal. 11 21-20t
-The usual Thanksgiving services
will be held at the Episcopal church at
eleven o'clock this morning. ,
-A prominent citizen of Oxford, ills-
Msilppl, Mr. S. SI. Howry, was" registered
at the St. Charles, yesterday.
-Col. Taylor, who has been absent
from the city lor Feveral weeks, returned
from New York yesterday afternoon.
-Among the prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles Hotel yesterday, were Messrs.
I M. and H. C. Glover, both of New
THANKSGIVING FHEE LUNCH.
Slorultig and Eyenlu.
It IlAititY Wai.kkii, Manager.
The crew of the Cairo Boating As
sociation take u trip In their boats to
Mound City this morning. They start nt
The ladles of the 1'resbyterian church
tender the wife of their minister, the
Rev. B, Y. George, a reception at the
parsonage this evening.
The AloxHntler C'oanty Bank aelU
"excliaaire ou all tlae principal cltlea of
Europe, nad nlteuda to tho collerlion
ofclalBta aad eatatea, eapeclallly la
-The ladies of the rrcsbyterlan church
will give a reception at the parsonage
Thursday evening, Nov. 2&th. A cordial
invitation is extended to all. 3t.
For men's ntitl boys' underwear, also
men's and boys' hats and cans, lleil
hron it Well's Is the cheticst place in the
city. A good merino suit for 75 cents.
-There will be the usual Thanksgiving
services at the Methodist church, corner
of Ivlghth aud Walnut streets, Rev. Mr.
Gilliam, pastor, thU morning at 11
.. CHYflTAr. SALOON.
THANKSGIVING FREE LUNCH.
Morning and Evening. ,
It IIakhy Waikhu, Manager.
20,000 note heads, 30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper Just
received And for wuu at tho Bum.ktin
The festival aud dinner to be given by
tho ladles of tho African Methodist Kpls
copal church, will tako place In Phlllls'
hall, corner ot Tenth street aud Ohio
SIcssrs, Halliday, Johnson, Llncgar,
Miller and Mayor Winter, who attended
the National Railroad Convention at St.
Louis, as delegates, will return to Cairo
Just received another nqw'supply of
those cheap boys' elothlngand overcoat,!
as mis is a leamng article with us, we
mean to undersell the cheapest in tho
el y. IIkiluhon & Wkii..
Tliri best black alpacas from 20 cents
a- a.i . I t i : - -
ui 91- aiso uiacK cassuuero lor uu cents.
Empress cloth In all colors for CO cents,
and tno newest woolen plaltln for uo
llUK Jtan. Tun.
7 a.m. 30. tn :i
xp.m. ai.tiM 33
cents, can always be found at Hellbron &
Yf el'H Ui Mtd .144 Comwrelel avenue.
Tlw usuaiTimtiksglvlng services will
bo heid at the FKMuWrlau ekorth,
Eighth itreet, belweM" 'WasWngton
avenue and Walnut slroet, Iter. B, Y.
George, pastor, this morning at 11
Children wishing to attend dancing
school must be on hund Saturday, No
vember 27, at 2 p.m., over Whltlock's
store, corner Tenth street anil Washing
ton avenue. Only one term wilt be
taught this winter.
2t C. Hakiiy, Teacher.
A dance, under the auspices of the
Delta City Comet Band, will be given
next Monday evening, Nor. 20th, on
which occasion the dedication of their
hall, which has been recently "llxed up,"
and made one of tho first-class dancing
halls of tho city, will take place, 2t
THANKSGINING FREE LUNCH.
Morning and Evening.
It Hahiiy Walker, Manager.
Mrs. C. McLean will sell every arti
cle of hosiery and ladles' and childrsn'a
underwear she has in stock, at less than
cost from now until the first of January,
as she Is determined to close them all out
before the new year. Cl.
Once more wc arc called upon to of
fer up thanks for the blessings bestowed
upon our undeserving heads. Many of
tho turkeys (hat gobbled yesterday, will
gobble no more. And those turkeys that
still live, will gobble out thanks to-morrow,
that they were not gobbled down
The Turners are fitting up their
new hall at the corner of Tenth and
Poplar streets, with stage, scenery, foot
lights, etc., In order to make it a suitable
hall for home entertainment. When
flnhhcd, it will be neat and comfortable,
and a very good place tor performances
of that kind.
If the weather will permit, II is the
intention of the crew ot the Boatlag As
sociation to take a run to Mound City
Thursday (to-morrow) morning, previ
ous to putting up their "boots" for the
winter. The six oared shell and single
skull will be the boats used on the trip.
The remains of the d n printer who
set the above item, are at the disposal of
his relatives or friends.
There was a very good audience
present at the lecture of the Rev. Sir.
Gilbert in the Slethodist church ou Tues
day evening. The subject of the reverend
gentleman's lectnra was "The State of
the Departed," and he handled it with
much cose and eloquence, as he does
every subject be speaks upon. High
praise is accorded Mr. Gilbert for his
effort on this occasion.
The party on the steamer Eckcrt last
night, was one of the most pleasant af
fairs that has taken place In Cairo for
many days. The members ol the Boat
ing Association entertained their friends
in a manner becoming them as the most
hospitable of hosts, and made their
guests feel quite at home. To our Ger
man friend, Jacob Schnelghder, however,
we leave the task of describing the pleas
ure of the evening, In his communication,
which we publish this morning.
At a meeting held by the ladles of
the congregation of the Episcopal church,
at the rectory, on Seventh street, on
Tuesday afternoon, committees were ap
pointed to make preparations for a fair
and festival, to be held on the Oth of next
mouth. Tiie affair, wc are told, will be
made a grand one in every respect. To
those who contemplate buying Christmas
presents, we arc requested to say, wait
until the fair comes off, as all things suit
able for gilts will be sold at the most
reasonable prices there.
A. .Tncckel, of the Thaliau saloon,
opposite the Bulletin olllcc, 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 lit the city can bo found
where one can go and enjoy a dish ot the
bivalves, On each Sunday afternoon ho
will spread a sumptuous lunch nnd will
contiuuc the same until further notice.
On next Sunday he will treat his patrons
to kartoftel pfunnenkuchcu, (potato pan
cakes), with cranlcrry sauce, nnd he
extends a cordial invitation to all to come
and partake of the same. 11-10-tf
A couple ot negro woman named
Hattle Carter and Josie Howard, living
uptown, who are said to be Christian
llko and law-abiding women, when let
alone, while walking along the high
sidewalk on Commercial avenue, between
Twenty-second and Twenty-fifth streets,
got into some troublo with a couple ot
youngsters who "went to pokin'funat
em when they didn't say nothln' to 'cm,"
which made Joslu nngry, and she pushed
one of the in oil' the walk. He lit on his
head and shoulders, and put hU shoulder
blade out of gear, nnd now tho boy's
parents uud Josle are going to have a law
suit. About (en days ago, a man with
wife, mother and two children, arrived
in tins city irom Arkansas. They were
put of money and in a destituto condi
tion. After wandering about for a day
or two, they Uually camped near the coal
dump In tho lower part of the town.
The mail disappeared ufter a day two,
and the two women, with tho children,
were left to battle with hunger and
cold as best thoy could. The older wo
man took sick, aud alter lingering for
several days, died aud was burled. Tho
other unfortunate, with her two children,
is still dragging through lifo at tho camp.
Sho Is sick and helpless, and Uvea, oh the
food brought her by her children, who
go about the city. She Is In a most piti
able state, and If any of tho good aud
charitable ladles of our city would bo of
service to a suffering fellow creature,
here Is an object on which they may be
stow whatever aid they may feel dis
posed. Tho communication signed "Li
brary," which appeared In Th Bulle
tin on Tuesday morning contained soma
suggestions to the ladlcs.of the Cairo LI;
brary Association! 'which the members
fael deserve to be as publicly answered aa
they were made. Tbey now
have a very itandsomo little sum laid up
In bank ; this they do noUJeslrc. to touch
for any purpose until It
has reached such proportions,
as will warrant them hi the)
belief that they may salely enter on the
purchase or books for n public library.
Othereoterprlscs ootids Wadn.Calro
lmv(VfslUJ baa:i.oa .katWtd In
them were not content to "make haste
slowly." it tlic lntrlcs were to "rent and
furnish a room" with n part ot their
money, and apply the rest to the pur
chase of books.thcy would lmvejto content
thomselves with very tnodert quarter?,
very few hooka and would run, tho risk
f seeing both sltp away from them at no
very distant future. The plan proposed
by "Library" sccins feasible, but hith
erto all literary societies In Cairo have
failed In It. Guided by the fate of other
associations, the Ladles' Library Associ
ation has determined to wait witli pa
tience until it is strong enough In mem
bers and money to start a public library
upon a solid, auhtaiitlal, permanent
Nouc should fall to attend the per
formance at the Atheneum, given by the
Cairo Boating Association and the Tay
lor Literary Club, for tbo benefit of the
Library Association, this evening. Tho
play of Led Astray has been lu rehearsal
by a number of our most talented ladles
and gentlemen, and a flue rendition of It
cannot help but follow. They are as
sisted by the prominent your comedian,
Mr. W. II, Thompson, who lias played
the character of Hector PJucldc orcr one
hundred and fifty timet, und who will as
sume the character this evening. The
play will be presented with the following
cast ot characters :
Itiiitolph Chandoce ..Mr J. 9. Alathorne
llmtor I'loclcte, (aa jilnynl by him orer 150
tlmc).. Mr. W. II, Thompson
Geo. IJeLesparre, I'oet and author
Mr. N.W. Hacker.
MountUutllo, the Baron. ...Mr. C. F. Kobblus.
Major O'Hara, a Gainealer...Mr. John I.Uiwald.
I-afontalue, an Agrdltomcatlc -
Mr. II II. Mllbum
Armande Chandoce Mrs. William Winter.
Mathilda, lludolpli'a daughter
AliuMarv L-. Wardoor.
Suaannc O'Hara - .....Mrs, Dr. Wardaer.
Counteas. Mother of Itmloluh...
IUrones.i, Mother ofArnmade
A l.lftlft UU Dacca.
MiuIIuliktix Mans : As 1 tlon'U vas
ben in iHjt foundry a vera long dime over
I (lon'd co'uld kecb myself to dole you
vot a ogscrewshnting good time dot I
had me, on dem shtcmcr Eckcrts, at dot
dance last night. Yen I de flrslit dime
goorns to dot blacc here, de flrsbt man
rot I shtruck mo vos dot Cabten Dugan,
und be vos one ot der boys, you bet, und
den I got me ogwalnted wld dos ondcr
fellers, Phlllls, Aisthorpe, uud dose Rob
bins boys, und der palancc of icr poys,
und ven 1 dold dem dot
dey got such goot musoles
aud dat dcy make me such fine lookln'
fellers In dat leedle boot, and dat dcy
look me yacb like dem oudcr fellows on
der Rhine, dey yust dink me dot I got
nic a goot standing under. Und so, de
ouderday, last week, ven dem fellows
got ub dot danca, dey send mc drough
dot post-offlcc, a nice pcrty leedle piece
of baber, vot got me whole lotot gold
dings, und green dings und red dings all
over 'em, und dcy say I vos got me a
cordial (und It don't was blackberry
cordial oder, you bet), Invllatloas, to
'Make Id hi," uud dot I should fotch mc
along mine Katrlna. You bet me I vas
dere. Und, py gcmluy! vot lots ob
oudcr nice folks vos dcrc, loo.
Derc w.ts dem blondes uud dem brunettes,
uud alt do rest of dem purty girls, und
all dem perty dresses und dings dem girls
had ou 1 ! Py grashus ! It was bully, you
bet me ! uud ven I go mo on der boat wid
my Katrina, und see all dem folkes uml
pcrty dings, I feels me so qwecr In my
gizzard, I dinks It vas gone to jump me
ov my droat out, uud ven dot baud
shtruck ub dot buteful valtz, und I got
me my Kntrlua und go "swinging around
rait der circle," I felt me, (rust like 1
feels me ven I Uhriuks dot XI glasses of
Meclwagce lager), oh, zo habby! Und
dcu dcui scottUhcs und bolkas, und dctn
Yatsyoii-galMt dances, vcre you all
shtant ub, uud dot vcller hollers oud,
Pnllau-cee all," '"Don't you got left,"
Ladles, gone right off to der right und
swing dot nalxt vcller," und all such
dings like dot, oh, I dells yon It vas pully,
Und ven It gooms to dem schmall lee
dle hours In der morning about von, d wo,
dree dimes of der glock, und der boys
und girls vos gone home, I felt mo like
I never vas had mo such a goot dimes in
iny lifes a couble ot dimes, und I zay,
"Veil done, poys ; give us a leedle rest,''
uud den, "(loom und zee us again."
Ain't dot zo? You bet me id is. Veil,
goodbye dill some oder dimes.
I.O.O. F. Notice.
At the regular meeting of Alexander
Lodge Ko. 221 1. O. O. P. to be held this
(Thurrday) evening, at 7 o'clock, there
will be presented for consideration,
important business, in consideration of
which a full attendance of the members
is desired. By order ol tho Lodge.
Vt'li.i. Iv. Hawkins, Secretary.
()i Thanksgiving day, Thursday, No
vember 25th. there will be a grand, free
lunch spread at tho Dcltnoulco Saloon,
both mornlne and evening. Also rlflo
shooting, ten pin rolllug, etc., for tur
keys. ll-2f-2t,1 M. Covnk.
Wo will pay no hills contracted by any
employe of Tub Hum.ktin, unless tho
saiiio Is made ou a written order signed
by the president or secretary of tho com
pany, and wo will accept no orders given
by an employe of tho company, for any
Caiko UuixKiw Coupanv.
November 11), 1870. U
Among Uio live druggUta ot our city
who have laid in a. supply of Duraug's
Rheumatic Remedy are .Barclay Bros.
and Paul O. Schub. An advertisement
appcars ln another columu.. It has never
failed to euro tho worst case or rlicu
Wo have four dozen Imitation Kbony
Sprague Can-Openers, taken for adver
tising, which we will sell at two dollars
per dozen. 1 inula at Bulletin otnee,
Once more Belches Forth its Firey
FARKMER, THE CLOiii,.
Is Once More in the Field to tell all Clothing BueJptWey
are still buying
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exor bi tan t Prices
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of-lfieBeWflffteV
No goods that smell of powder of the war of 1&I2; goods well made
and sponged, only for sale fits guaranteed, as we are aim? kMifii for
such. Others fight competition of that kind Tiith "nhfTidT;,,Brtnf1PjBsati
by second-hand dealers. Keep your yet open. Lrrten to nr swies that
sound like "soft soap," as it's a very poor merchant that canmot defend'
his own business. u .
A trial is what we aak to make onatomera out of yem alL We doa't ask your patronage, e aaeemmt ef lae-!
inn "frleada" or old Oairottea (aa we. havo boon known here lo 1, tkaao many years) but to save you the
almighty dollar. The time Iter earing for friendship is gone. Our stook of Tine' Uuderwemr, the largest
is the city, at prices to sroitall. Wo make war on high prions. An Usual;
Farnbaker, The Clothiwiv
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW 8IXT 8TBET.
Steamer Jim Flak. Paducah.
" Red Cloud, Kyausvllle.
" Commonwealth, St. Louis.
" Arkansa's Bullc, Evausvlllc.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
' Andy Baura, Cincinnati.
" Belle Memphis, Memphis.
" Mary Houston, Cincinnati.
" Kddyvllle, Nashville. ,
Tow-boat Gov. Allen, Ohhh
Wild Duck, SR Louis.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducab.
" Arkansas Belle, EvansviUe.
Red Cloud, Kvansvlllc.
" Commonwealth, N. O.
" City of Chester, Memphis.
" Andy Baum, Cincinnati.
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
' Mary Houston, N. O.
' Kddyvllle, Nashville.
Tow-boat Gov. Allea, N, O.
Wild Duck, Pittsburg.
" Coal Hill, St. Louis.
BlVXR, WKATHKR A!tD BUSINESS.
The river last evening was 14 feet 0
Inches on the gauge, having risen 12
inches during the previous 24 hours.
The weather is clear and fine again,
and growing warmer.
500,000 bales of cotton have already
been received at Memphis,, and the crop
is not yet half in. ' Such receipts were
never known before. "
Nashville papers say it has been usual
for boats to transport from the Upper
Cumberland from 8,000 to 16,000 hogs
heads of tobacco every season. Last
year tho trade reached only about 8,000
hogsheads. This year it is estimated 1.1,
000 hogsheads will be shipped, besides a
large amount of grain now awaiting con
veyance to market.
The Shipper's Own, John S. Brans
ford, Bolivar II. Cooke aud Laura L.
Davis, will enter the up river trade tills
season ; also, the new boat now nearly
completed owned by Capt. Thomas
Leak. Ho will name her as soou as ho
sees her afloat under a full head of steam.
The lower river trade will also bo
good. Indeed, the prospects for a brisk
season for steamers are very flattering.
Tho Bermuda, Eddy ville, and T. T.
Illlliaau wUlrun in the lower river trade
Twelve produce boats, destined to the'
lower coast, were "moored at the landing
The Gov. Alien Iia3 4 tlatboats and a
model barge In tow, for all points South.
The Mary Houston is wen latieii ior
New Orleans, and has 00 cabin, aud 80
deck people. Her clerk, Mr. F.lllott Mil
ler, la still improving In health.
Tho Boating Association propose to
take a Tliauksgtrlng row on the river to
day. Cupt. Fred Davis, of the dredge-
boat, is having the chills again.
The Tow-boat Ed. Pope, is bring
ing two tons of rails for tho Mississippi
Central railroad, and after delivering
her cargo will proceed to the bt. t raucls
river, where sho will remain. She la
commanded by Capt. J. T. Hart, ot Har
WAu'IUraBtmiNT. Iltvaa Haroar, i
ASOVB y. - '
tOW WATCB. CUAXOK.
. , ft, nc. -rr. m.
Cairo H S XI 3
1'iUahorK 1 , X'J I
Cincinnati . 1 10 M
Loulvlll -M...M- 7 1. -r, 0f
Naslivllla.i '..i.i 1 -t H
81. Louis 7 0 8
fiergeant, glg-nal psrvice, U.K.
Nausaaje MsaWea' ru llga- r 'Naat
To every sausage manufacturer of
Cairo this challenge )s submitted ouo
following groiiira.r 'Tliai tho'diftereht'
varieties of satisago niannfuclurcd by
Koebler & Bro. aH.wpeKor fo'ar.oihcr
Cairo manufacture. Tho decision of tho
matter will bo left to a competent com
mlttoe, at Scheel's hull on Sunday, Nov.
We iMkethlroffcrm good talthrVel
iug oonlldeiit ttat.batrisMrV Uau
that miido bv KoeMer Brd.'fiaS liot
been aud caiHtet be pcedtMei kt Catfoer
the State of llNaekv u-u J
ll-iu-uc , BKP. JVOtUI. 1
aXXAtalrar.aiid White rag stock
cuvelbpoaattheBuLiaTUt ottco, printed
$3 60 and $4 00 per N.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms awl 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lands In Alexander cottaty.
.-iWlnfer'a fJiockJv jwd W later 'a
Row.'l r- '" "l" "
A large number of JtuVsl fable Resi
dences, and excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses. and residences.;
Business house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Htilwell.
Business house on Lcvcc, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man & Co., t
Winter's vRidck-suitable for Hotel,
OlUccs or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4,7, Sand 0, In
Winter's Row, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $13 507 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street; acar Wash
ington avenue 4 rooms $10 a month.
Store room iu "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Hallcy.
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Sewing Machine Co., on Commercial
avenue, near Ninth street.
Two small Houses west of Twenty
second street, near Pine, $4 each per
Dwelling house on .Twcllth..near
Walnut. 6 rooms.-for tlx tier menu.
Store rdom oLcvee,abdvc"Elglith
street zu per moiiw. .
I FOR LEASE OR sIlk ' '
A litttabrr of ' Lots on Livee," above
Twelfth street, outside lira limits. Also
a largo number of other Lots In dlftcrent
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
1000 sheets of brlstol board
eclved at the Bulixtin olllcc,
sale to the trade.
i'lty mt Calra,
colored and varnished, for sale at half
price ($2.50) at the Buixbtin ofSeeV
A scries of lectures under the auspi
ces of tho members ot the Llbrary Asao-
clatlon for the establishment of a, public
uurary iu vuuto, ym- uc iieni -nately
tit the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Christain cluirches; The " following la
dies nnd gentlemen hvo kindly coifr
sou ted to lecture, conimciiclng:
i" 23, Rev. Chas. A. Gilbert,
" 29, Dr. Wi. ".Smith.
Dec. '0, Miss Kate Thompson.
13, Hon. Wra. 11. Green.
" 21, Mrs. O. G. Alvord.
C. C. E. Goss, Sec'y.
By order of, Executive Cemmlttee.
Tlic last chance to get your calico dress
gratu oy ouying worm oi ury
nt Hellbron & Well's.
Wnteraroofa nuil Vliuineila
V'o oiler at reduced rates, best
walernroof, at 00 cents.
lluihiinoN X Wgii,.
Calico rcrumuits atfTwiittTyanQ M'
(.."' C a'HittMKOK at Wan.: S&V
112 aud 144 Coiiiiiitn liU Avenue.
ronipreeaed Yeaat Natlee.
J 1 have this day secured the sole agency
for the salt! or Gaff, "'Flelscliman
Company,', wmprcmadr -yeast, eUJier
wholeselc oVJ retali." Tifaleri call
bo .supplied' at any (auiljilfl
Umes by culling on me. This it the only
yeast of tho kind Iu market that la free-
nine. W.L. Bristol, 8jKlgHtli stn-et
' '"t't!??' 1S5' J0-38-101'
,At lAartian- I
The entire stock of Mllllucry goods of
Mrs. Klla-Elll:wlli.boWiM no
her store room in the Atheneum building
pn Commercial Vfinuo,, between,, Slxtlj
and Seventhls'treclst commeuclug Tlmrt
.tuv niirht.Novembcr SSth.at 7 o'clock, u.
m.. andcdnilnuo every night untlrtlw
entire stock is closed out. '
Lpuia ir. MYisR8, Auotloini r.
ll-83-5t - . ,
'KVerjraaiaaj sr ...
Hcllbroii & Well cau do better in wm
lino 'or MldtJUc4titiei;
4hs. uoavT.tMUU!td caps,: werlae
French bonnets amleapsi eettey bbaaeta-
. A . . I. t l.ln llaaawtft
and caps also ft luU ajjd Leonpleie IM
.a.lr.ii'a mnrlnn ami wateroroot OlOhaS
""f ' . . ,
tlianiny one else tWs sWo ol ffV
u4 by e iliiiiaiK Mv mM
ylacqyou Ikajwilawaaivtiat we say
our motto Is staall profit and quick at
Hkilbron A Wait
f - "nu'iifg siiiiij
Flame and hriaga
the lcat wndjlarjceu .t(kt.Ceatts In
the city, A good corset, grey or white at
II pays to trade at Hellbron Well, ttf
they have marked ail their goods down
to suit' the .times, and have always a large
and well selected stock of clothing.'' We1
Invite eyery one to call on us before go
ing elsewhere. A good catteet aaU for
$0, at Hkiumok Watt. -
To Cowperthwalt ft Plilillps to try thoe'e'1
Gold Buckle cigars.
n e arc now prepared to offer great
bargains In ladies' and calldreiu' furs ot
all styles. , Chlldrea'a .aa, -.aaaa. and
boa, at only $l.a'eat;, I L ilA
' at av aar
- USUJBM .WKII..
Persona wishing admtlseas'mts'or lo
cal notices lnaer,tcd la the Weekly Bullb
ti.n, shofrfd;baad lti the copy by Tucs
tlay noon,, of each week.
The sale of the Sam Orr property at
auction will take plaea on. Friday, ike.
20th lust., (luttead oi Tharaday as ad
vertised) at 2 o'clock, p. . '
C. S. Dxiay, ABctlonecr.
Ttie largest and beat selectea stock ot
Mllllucry cau be found at UeUbroa at
,WVU'sat greatly reduced prices, consist
ing of Hue flowers, wings, feathers, velvet,
valour and ornaments. Special attention
Is culled to our line of Ostrich Feathers In
all colon, from $1 to $7, 1 he largest in
The HcmrriN printing
establishment make a
specialty or BUI Used.
No'tk llcUi,' Letter IleaiU, -
Slalf uiehts, CnnU, lHc. look at' tnee prlcaa 1
Small size bill liauli. lr luou... ,...,.a;i W
Uetllum lite bill heada, per thousand a TS
All on fourteen pound paper', Carlisle" rollla,
hiM two centa per pound higher Uiaa.papf r
usoMir any other offlce ruled to oiilir at'tlie
nillU ea)ieoIally tor tlila office. ,
Letter Heads, ClytlieTluan;. in
Nolo llnuli. CarlTslc. DC4r.lOia. I Oil
V lal ting cards per packac 7Se
llutlnea cards, Ko. VS-pliBrUtol bant),
jper loco M Wto s Co
BudnMn canlrf, Wo. 1 lilakk, per 1K0....... I 09
quarter ahaat, hair-ahaM, laU-ahaat aad Uiree
sheal posters, aad colonel srsafc below St. Ionia
Hunphlet, Book Worfc.aal trriqa. UaU made
a spectator. U lCWSJIUI
Corrected daltr ur K, a. statras. roaiailaal
raenani, secraiarr .or in vairu aoara oi
Traae. a r .
Vloiir, arrordlng to and .
Corn, white, Backed...
Braa. iter ton
Meal, ateam dried T..ur..i...-..T.. "Jf 2C 8 ui
Butter, choice Watsw ....:;:.t...lse
Butter, eholoeSoutharu Illinois-. tHesa'x
Kara, per doaea..... aaa
Chickens. DM doien....................M eaAl Ml
Turkeys , per doien-.. ...
.7 OuutC oo
Ayjiles, common; per barrel..
Fotatoes, per barrel
uniona, per uarrvi m...
state oriiilnoU, AlxMdreauatyat7A tr
la the clnult court, to tk - January term M7.
Sarah J, Chism va. John U. Chlaraet al-Bi
ror partition. "
ArrtDAVIT of Um wtn-nMmmot.Jvmn
Uantaere, Thoaaaa Itohtnsoa.llaMr Uawat' ,
Un, Margaret M. Uilllhtadi Hahroea Jhnaaai
and olhera, unknonn heir of Elijah U. ChUat, 1 ,
dn-eaMvd, having heaa Bled lu tha clerk's CS .
of aaid Alexander counlr circuit owarr. uottce la
la. tllllliaim. neoecca xaoeaaa aaas
TTSLX mi liw.at UM at the saM
May term of iiaial Mutli caaaaMaaat. -aweuMa
hrr lill limits yo pattjrla iWeadanlt tbtieta.iO
S ow m, lra th. Zdilah..la.U aM tajusd ,
..Mr lota aka Mart mm IhitlatdaT of tk aaat l
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aa um itt aoouar ta
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lag to Um prayer o? d4Mji(o-MI W
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