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A80ALO.H LOUOK, NO. 51.
KnlKhl ofl'ythbui, meets etery Fri
day night at half-pint aeven, mOdd
Yllow' Hull, J.io, II Uosknan,
Chauncllor Commander.
AT.KXAKDKK IX)1)UK, NO, 2il.
. Imtependent Onto tit Odil-Kel-!
Iowa, meet every Thursday Bllit
, l Mitaii-iiMiBCfia in meir iii nu
Commercial arame, belweaH nlxth n0 Berenlli
itrcct. T J. Kriitii, N. ti.
UIRd ENCAilt'MKNT, I. O. U. F., metis
Win Odd-Kelto', iUII on (he lint and third
Incadai laerery inouth, at lialf-int Haven.
r - .Iko. H. onm.y, J. r.
A CAIRO I.OIKIK. NO. ',07, A. F. A A. SI.
Jm Hold regular coiuiiiunlrutloh ItiJtn
LjX ohlc Hull, corner Commercial avwme
' 'and Klghth street, on tbe second and
putt Monday of each month.
LOCAL NOTICES.
Portrait Ulnren."
This U t now stylo of picture now bo
lug produced by Win. Winter, the artist,
of thUrlty. 'i'licHC pictures an creating
much Interest In nil thu principal Kast ern
und Western cities, being altogether new.
They arc unlike photographs, being
rained nnd beautifully cnnmeled over the
entire lurtacc, soft In tone, but distinct lu
the light and shade. No one who sees
them folia to admire them, or to give the
artist an order. We have Imhmi shown a
number of pictures of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the elly, and have no
hesitation in pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. We would therefore advise all
who take Intercit lu such matter or tic
sire pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter at
Ms gallery and examine his work in this
new branch of the shadow-capturing art.
9-14-tr
JJKvcrj body should call on llellbron &
Well and examine their fall stock of ladlns
and misses cloaks. Just received from
New York, before going elsewhere. As
we make a specially of these ootU, we
can oiler Inducement.
llr.n.iiiiov A; Wkil.
ITaterna Cleaned.
i'crsom having ciitcrns needing pump
ing out and repairing can have It done
promptly and at prices fc suit the times,
by calling on J. 8. Hawkins, Cro street.
I have a inuii and pump employed all the
time (or tho purpose. V-lC-lf.
Mew Jlent Jlnrkrl.
Jacob Walters and Chrl A nihil', two
ol our well-known butchers havo asT
clated together and under the linn name
of Jacob Walter & Co., huu opened a
meat market on tbe north side of Klghth
itrwt, lu Phil Howards old stand. ThU
will bo a tlrst-class market lu every re
spect, o the names ol the proprietors
guarantee a market where the choicest
of cut meats, steaks, roasts of bcaf, inut
t pork and vtiiWnu ; together with
usage, bacon, etc., will bo berved out
j customers in a neat and sati'factory
manner. All their old friend or new ac
quaintances arc Invited to call and see
them. 10-30-tf
Wmitrtl
Everybody to know tlist the place to get
A smooth shave,
A Kood shampoo,
A fashionable hair-cut,
Or anything la that line,
Is at til OlUND CENTRAL JUnHKlt-
Siior, corner nightb and Commercial.
O-S-tf J. OKOKOK HTKINIIOUbK.
Itciuovrd.
A. Halley has removed to his new
tore room, 113 Commercial avenue, op
poslta Winter's Illock, and next door to
the Arab engine house, where he will be
pleased to sec all his old customers and
as many new ones. y-30-tf
Ciiderwrnrl Vndrrwcitr !
Ladles' and chlldrens' uuderware, me
rino as well as muslin can lie found
cheaper and better at llellbron & Weil's
than any where in the city. A good me
rino undershirt and drawers for boys
inly IK) cents ; a good merino vest and
pants, for ladies, only $1,
Ntlre of Removal.
C. Koch has removed his boot and
shou shop from thu old stand to his
new brick building (onu block below),
No. W) Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where he will
keep the best home tuado ami at. l.oul
ustom muuc uoou anu anocs, inane oi
h best material : uood workmanship
ml In lint Infitoit etvlnt.' All nribi4
A X: 1 laundry.
It ll now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
ween Washington Commercial avenues,
abltshmenU in tho city, and landlords ol
. I I l .!(.... . 111 .t .1 I, . .
Iielr advanU; to call upon her.
ler prices are as lollows: Hotel and
men. Koi nlecQ work nrlces are
s lollows: Slncle shirt and col
ir, lUc; por dozen 80c; socks 6c; two col
ors, Sc; two handkerchiefs, 6c; vcits 'JOc;
si at. Ltl..
ozen. Ladles' urosses, to ooc;
lriai in iii uini in a, ii uan au iu jifi,. inu
air hose Be: two collars 6 to 10c. for la
ics' plain clothes $1 00 per doen; tor lu
tes Qno clothes, 1 ' per dozen; done
remptly, and promptly delivered, l'a-
nnivji anllnlta UJll.ltii
jk rine Ntork.
Wm. Klileis desires to Inform hU nat-
. .1 .... .
ow on uanu a larve aim'ic or i renoli ami
erman Calf, Kip unit Morocco, and Is
reparcd to manufacture, for si ore uml
Ice wear, tho finest of Morocco or Cult
.. ri T a.. . 1
J J - - -
reuch Kip standi above anything ever
o latest styles, and ho can guarantee h
auu sausiuuon to an ms patrons.
9-3-tf.
A Jod Place (s Buy .
A. Halley's new store Is certainly onu
tho best arranged or tue kiiui to ue
und In the city, and what Is better, ho
is so arranged his prions that many uro
king advantage of the opportunity ol
red to buy stoves, tinware, etc.i cheaper
an ever known In Cairo. Call on Hal
j, 115 Commercial avenue, uext door to
e Arab ctiginu uotiso, u-.w-u,
fl.OTIIIKM.
Walder's Clothing
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OK
FALL AND, WINTER
CLOTHING
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
TKE. WAI.DETl la receiving dally a
1. larire and aplandld atock of Kooda,
and la doterinlnod to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
IN CAIRO.
Ho in rosolvod to ittvo the vory bat
good for thn very loweat prtcna. Call
and oe for youralvo8
Corner Sixth Street and Ohio
Xiovoo.
IIM-If
CITY NEWS.
SATTKDAV, XOVKMHKIt 27,1875.
KATI.N or Aivi:itriNi.vi;.
tJ-AII bills fur advertialug, are due and link
able IX AUV ANCK.
'I inlinlt-nt ailti-rlUltiK will Ix: Insetted ut tli
rule or 11 0 r'U.ue furllio llrt Inx-rliun
and &rxnt forraehuh.eueiit one. A liberal
discount W'tt W inailo on dlunilliii; ond display
adtt'ltlrtrinrritii,
Cburcli, hoclety, fintltal and Supper nollws
will only be Inx rteil at udirrtlM-iuenU.
Kor Inwrtiiift Kuueral nullrc l to. Notlif of
m.tlnif of eoclulm or ntcrtt orders Wceiils for
each Inmllon.
No ailTcrtlsenietit will lw rwlel at leM Uian
McenU.
Local Buslneaa Notlcea, of
I if ten llneaor more, Inaerted
In the Bulletin uafollowa:
One Insertion per lino " Cents.
Two lnaorliona per Un.. .. 7 Cents.
Three insertions per lino.......10 Centa.
Hlx Insertions per lino IB Cents.
Two weeks par lino 2a Cents.
Oao momla pur lino CmuIs.
No Itoductlou will bo made In abovo
Prices.
Local WritllM'r Iteport.
Caiho, 111., Not Jii, lj75.
IUii, Tiik.
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2 p.m.
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tfcre'ennt. Signal sr Ice, U.S. A.
Grnrrnl Hems.
Trcaurer lllake leit for Cincinnati
lat Wednesday.
-Thu calabooso hail twenty-five occu
pants; on Wednesday night.
And now a big ball and supper Is
talked of for Christmas eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Wright re
turned from Memphis ou Thaiihsglvlug
morning.
Kxcliange for sale ou all the princi
pal cities of Kurnpu ut Kntci ptNe Savings
Hank. 11-12-lm.
I. nst ululit r I.etl ANtrny at the
Atliemim.
C. D. Arter oners his residence, ou
Seventh street, for sale cheap. Term's
liberal. 11 2 1-20 1.
Thanksgiving service. were well at
tended at all thy churches Thursday
morning.
S. 1. Cause and wife, of Nahvlllc,
Tennessee, were guests at the St. Charles
yesterday.
.1. 11. llinkley, of the Cairo & St.
I.ouU railroad, was at the St. Charles
Hotel yesterday.
Thu finest slock of gentlemen's cui-
loin made boots and shoes and other foot
wear at A. Illack's. 1 1-27-1 w
The woman's Centennial committee
will meet at the residence ol Dr. Ward-
ner ofi Monday afternoon.
Thu city was very quiet throughout
Thanksgiving day, and was generally ob
served by our business men.
Mr. Jewett Wllco.v, of this city, who
has been lu St. I.ouls for several days,
returned yesterday afternoon.
At Hut Alheiioniii to-liitcht. Led
Ahlmj lor tint lul 4iiue.
We are under obligations to Mr. .1.
W. Kennedy, of Adams Kxpress com
pany, for late flics of New Orleans papers.
The only placo iu the city to get
real bargains In the boot and shoe Hue
is at A. Illack's shoo store. 11 -27-1 w
-I.11I Anlriiy will br repealed to-
ulirlit at the Atliviicuiu.
Ladles', mens' and children's but
toned, side laced and polish shoes of the
latest styles In all qualities at A. Illack's.
1 1-27-1 w
Grand Zither concert, accompanied
by songs and turkey lunch, this evening
at 9 o'clock, at Jaeekel's saloon, opposltu
tho Hi.'i.i.ETiN olllee. It
The Alexander County Haul.- Nells
fixchniiKciiu all the iriiirliul cities uf
Europe, and attcuds to thv eolleclloa
ofclalms and rstntea. eieclllly In
Urrmaiiy. Il-2l.ini.
Mr. Goldstein, of thu firm of Gold-
elcln & Hoseuwater, clothing nnd dry
roods merchants, ictuined from New
Vork on Wednesday.
A. Black Is oll'erlug great bargalua
iu ladles', misses' mid children's shoes.
He has the largest and linest stock lu thu
city. 1 1-27-1 w
Mrs. A. Marx, who has been visiting
relatives lu Now York, for tho last three
mouths, returned to her home lu this city
on Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Hughes, proprietor of thoCen
tralla House, nt Centralla, Illinois, ac
companied by his daughter, uro guests
at the bt. diaries Hotel
Grand Zither concert, uccouinauled
by songs and turkey lunch, this evening
at U o'clock, nt Jaeekel's saloon, opposite
the lliii.i.itrix otllco. u
For men's and boys' underwear, also
men's and boys' hats and caps, Hell
bron & Well's is the cheapest placo hi tho
city. A good merino suit for 78 cents.
Tho Kxcrlslor patent bools arc tho
most stylish und neatly fitting iu the
market' aid sold only r-.t A. Black's.
1 1. 27-1 w
'Tom O'Brien, it brakeman on the St.
Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern rail
road, was killed while switching cars lit
Charleston, Missouri, last Wednes
day. Grand Zither concert, nceompanled
by songs and turkey lunch, this evening
at II o'clock, at .laeckel's saloon, oppolle
tho Bui.i.i:tin olllee. It
Boys' calf and klp boots of every
quality, at very low prices, at A. Black'8.
Do not fall to give hlmucall. It will
fully compcm.itc you. nov27-lw
.lames Thomas and John l'os wore
arrested by Ollleer Brown for lighting.
After hearing the evidence, .Judge Bros
discharged them both.
Miss Kminn Klley, who has been ab
sent from (ho city for thu pat lour
mouths, lslliug relatives and li lends iu
Alexandria nnd other places, returned on
Thursday night.
20.IXH) note heads, 30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper jut
received and for sale at the Bm.i.ini.v
olllee.
Grand Zither concert, accompanied
by songs and turkey lunch, this evening
at 0 o'clock, at Jaeekel's saloon, opposite
the Iti i.t.nii.v olllee. It
Lumber for new sidewalks on both
sides ol Toiirtli street, between Commer
cial avenue and Ohio Leyee, now lies
walling to bo put to ue on that thor
oughfare. The festival and dinner to be given by
the. ladles or the African Methodist Kpls
copal church, will bike place in l'hillls'
hull, corner of Tenth street nnd Ohio
Levee.
Theciew of the Cairo Boating As
sociation took their anticipated row on
tho Ohio river yesterday morning. The
boats will be put away tor the winter
without further uo.
Just received another new supply of
tho-e cheap boys' clothlngand overcoats.
As this Is a leading article with us, we
mean to undersell the cheapest lu the
cl y. ilKit.niioN & W:it..
Grand Zither concert, accompanied
by songs and turkey lunch, this evening
ut 0 o'clock, at Jaeekel's saloon, opposite
the Bi i.lktin olllee. It
Mr-. George, wife of the Itev. it. V.
George, of the Presbyterian church, who
was expected to arrive lu Cairo on
Tliaiikglvinr day, was delayed from
some unavoidable came, and did not get
here until yesterday morning.
Ofllcers Brown and O'Mealey arrested
Mary Johnson and Lizzie I'omans for
drunkenness and disorderly conduct, and
took them before Judge Bross. who lined
them ten dollars and costs each, and sent
them to jail for fourteen days.
Grand Zither concert, accompanied
by songs and turkey lunch, this evening
at 0 o'clock, at Jaeekel's saloon, opposite
the Bt'i.LKTix ofllce. It
The best black alpacas from 20 cents
to $1 al'o black cas,lincru for 00 cents.
Kinpress cloth iu all colors for 50 cents,
and the newest woolen plaids for 30
cents, can always bo found at llellbron &
Well's, 112 and lit Commercial avenue.
The police force made two hauls on
Wednesday nlht. The llrst time they
arrested twelve stragglers, and the second
pull eleven. All ot the arrested parties
were lodged iu tho lock-up and tried be-
oro Judge Bross on Thanksgiving morn
ng. Children wishing to attend dancing
school must he on hand Saturday, No
vember 27, at 2 p.m., over Whltlock's
store, corner Tenth street and Washing
ton avenue. Only ono term will be
taught this winter.
2t C. lUnnv, Teacher.
Mr. Jnmcs Johnson and W. 1. Hall!-
day, who attended tho national railroad
convention at St. Louis, returned on
Thanksgiving day, and therefore m!ed
the grand banquet given the dclegatesou
that day. The other delegates from this
city returned yesterday afternoon.
A dance, under the auspices of the
Delta City Cornet Band, will be given
next Monday evening, Nov. 20tb, on
which occasion the dedication of their
hull, which has been recently "lixed up,'
and made one of tho first-class dancing
halls of tho city, will take place. 2t
Mrs. C. McLean will sell every arti
cle of hosiery and ladles' and children's
underwear she has iu stock, at less than
cost from now until the first of January,
as slio Is determined to close them nil out
before the new year. Ut.
A Black guarantees every pair of his
utom-inade boots nnd shoes, and actu
ally exchanges a new pair for any that
may rip or burst. This Is a fact that
should be noted by every person, espe
cially by those victims of shoddy goods
made iu imitation of custom work.
nov27-lw
It Is said that a number of Indies nnd
gentlemen of this city are making pre
parations to present, ut thu Atheiicuin,
some time during thu holidays, an opera
burlesque. Some of our most talented
and fashionable people will take part In
the play, and will make It, no doubt, n
refreshing and enjoyable entertainment.
The reception that was to have been
given the wllo ot tho ltev. Mr. George,
pastor of the Vrcsbytcrlan church, by tho
ladles of thu congregation of that church,
at the parsonage ou 'Thanksgiving night,
did not come oil', owing to.the non-arrival
of that lady, sho being delayed lu
St. Louis. Sho arrived lu Cairo yester
day morning, however, und was re
ceived ut tho parsonage lastnightby tho
ladies.
Thu most economical wear iu lino
shoes for ladles, inNses and children aro
thosejelcgantly mado extension solo shoes
utA. Black's. Ho has a full line of them,
and charges no extra price. Thoynro
therefore within tho reach of everyone,
and every ono should wear no other kind
ot shoes, especially lu tho winter season,
ltemeinber they nro sold only by A.
Black, at tho City Shoe Store.
11-27-lw.
A. Jaeckcl, of tho Thallan saloon,
opposite tho IU11.1.KTIN olllee, Is now pre
pared to servo up, on short notice, fresh
oysters lu any stylo that may bo desired,
Having unent, taUy anil quiet room, no
better plane lu the elly can be found
where one can go and enjoy a dish ol the
bivalves. Ou each Sunday afternoon bo
will spread a sumptuous lunch and will
continue the same until further notice.
On uext Sunday lie will treat his patrons
to karlofJcl pfaiincnkuchcn, (potato pan
cakes), with cranberry saute, and he
extends a coidial invitation In all to come
and partake of the same. 1 1-10-tf
On Wednesday night, tho police
force made a raid on n lot of Idlers, who
have been frequenting different parts of
tho city, and arrested twenly-lhreo of
them, whou names aro llllain i.vans,
James Klllotl, Michael Savins, John
Soolt, Benjamin rinkston, James Gra
ham, William Smith, Charles Chase,
I'cter lllnson, John Heuessee, Silas
Polk, James Brown, James Byrncc,
George Jones, John Klley, Peter Duffy,
John Green, William Komey. Thomas
King, John Welsh, John Kyan, Joseph
Thompson, Mark Brown. They were
tried berore Judge Bross on Thursday
morning, for vagrancy, when the entire
party were discharged on the condition
that they would leavu town by four
o'clock that afternoon.
Tho bad weather of 'Thursday night
did not keep a large and fashionable au
dluncefrom assembling at the Atheneum,
to see the play of "Led Astray," as ren
dered by home people. The entertain
ment was given hy (he Cairo Jtoatlnir
Association and 'Taylor Literary Society,
for the benefit ot the Library Association,
and tho 'dear people' felt that it was their
duty to patronize them. Thu audience,
not one of whom we dare say looked for
such a presentation of the play, were
somewhat taken by surprhu by the tin.
ua1ly good representations of the ladles
and gentlemen of the Association, con
sidering they arc amateurs. Each nnd all
of them sustained their parts with great
credit, and each iu their turn, wcte In
spired to greater efforts to please by the
frequent and well merited applause that
greeted them. We will not attempt to
particularize. 'To do so we should
have to repeat the same words for each
lady and gentleman, and we shall there
fore give the verdict of the audience, that
everybody done exceedingly well.
FK0M ST. LOUIS.
The Itnilrond 'oiniiil lire What Our
IteliftTitlc-M ld.
Sr. Lofis, November 2 1, 1875.
.Mit. KniTon Your eltl.ens may bo
anxious to know hat the committee is
doing here appointed by the mayor and
conllruied by the city council, to attend
the great National liailroad Convention
that commenced its session yesterday
morning. As one of the delegates, allow
me to say that the Cairo delegation was
full, and that two of the delegates were
put Into respoilblc positions, Capt. W.
i. Halllday being elected one of tho vlcc
prcsldcuts and I). T. Llnegar one of the
secretaries for the great State of Illinois.
The first day was principally taken up In
organization, appointment of committees
and explanations oi the object of the con
vention. Last night was devoted to the banquet,
and to say It was a well and finely gotten
up affair is no words to express It. Wo
ate and ale till we could eat no more, and
then drowned it with the finest chain-
liaiirne. ThU inoriilng, ou the assem
bling ot the convention, nud alter tho re
port ou resolutions was read, a delegate
from tho Statu of Illinois presented an
amendment to the resolutions, which for
a time threatened to break up the conven
tion ; but the wiser heads prevailed and
theamendiuent was voted down by a vote
of thu Slates being called, when every
State, Including tho State of Texas, vot
ing the amendment down, and adopting
tho resolutions unanimously as separated
by the committee, restored perfect har
mony In the convention and It proceeded
with its business, and about 2 o'clock to
day was brought to a close, resulting In
thu accomplishing of even thing for
which It was called together. Ono of
tho pleaautcst incidents of my II lb was to
witness the meeting on the platform, of
Gen. W. T. Sherman and Gen. Joe John
son. Thu scene was Indescribable, and will
never be forgotten by any present. Just
before the cloe of the convention Itlch
ard II. Thompson, ot Indiana,
was Invited to address tho con
vention, and douo so In one of tho
plainest, logical and patriotic speeches It
has ever fallen to my lot to hear ; and
commanded theprofoundest attention for
over halt au hour. He was replied to In
behalf of tho Southern States by General
Preston, of Kentucky, onco Minister to
Spain, In well-timed and beautiful lan
guage, causing tho whole body to feel
that they were ono and Inseparable living
under ono ling.
Wo called upon iicncrul Simpson this
afternoon, when he read a copy of a let
ter sent to headquarters, Washington, In
which he says hu Intends to winter his
boats and barges at Cairo, and In so do
ing will bring onu thousand yards of
stone to temporarily slop tho cutting ot
the bank of the Mississippi. Mr. Uagnell
Is hero engaging teams forCatro work.
To-morrow the delegates will indulge in
a rldo on a steamboat up and down the har
bor. Your committee will also Interview
Mr. Rowland, president of tho Merchants
Exchange, In behalf of the Improvements
of tho Mississippi river, besides seeing
othcrvdlstlnguUhe(l citizens of St. Louis.
On our return full particulars. .1
Notice.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by uny
emnlovo of Tiik Huu.utin, unless tho
same Is mado ou a written order signed
by tho president or secretary or tno com
nanv. and we will accent no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
purposo whatsoever.
Oiito Itui.i.KTiN' Company.
November It), 187'. It
Attention 1 Deulera.
Wo havo four dozen Imitation Kbony
Snramio Cun-Oncners. taken for odver
Using, which wo will sell ut two dollura
per dozen. Inqulrti at Hulletln olllee,
B0XX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at tho HuLtHTW otllco, printed
$3 50 ami $1 00 per H
THE
Once more Belches Forth its Firey
to mind that
FARMER, THE CLOTHIER,
Is Once More in the Field to tell all Clothing Buyers that they
aro still buying
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of the Best Style,
HO "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 is what wo anktomukoouHtomorsout of you all. Wcjlon't ask your patronago on account of bo
ing "friends" or old Cairoftea (as wo huvo boon known hero lo 1 thcno many yearn) but to save you thn
nl mighty dollar. Tho timo for paying for friendship is gono. Our stock of Fino Underwear, tk largest
in tho city, at prices to suit all, wo mnko war on high prices. As Usual,
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
COMMERCIAL
Caiuo, III., Tiiuicsdav Kvunino, 1
November 25. 1S75. I
To-day, having been appointed one of
ijimihKiviiig, ,m3 ueeu ouarryuu hn ii Hol
iday aniontr our business men as well as
all others, consenuentlv our reports of
sales, which lu the present condllioa of
me market, wouiu nave ueen a oecirjriv
one, Is smaller than they would oth
erwise have been. The day opened cold
and gloomy, with only occasional
glimpses of sunshine during the forenoon.
Iu the afternoon It moderated, the clouds
became denser anil a slow and uncurtain
rain finished the dav.
lluilncss matters remain iu the condl-
Ion in which we lell them at the open
ing of the week. Flour Is very quiet,
heavv stocks and values unchanged be
cause bottoms have been reached. Hay
and corn aro very dull, no demand at all.
even at present low figures. Oats are
tlrm, but tlic demand is only to load Mat
boats now at the lauding. Corn meal U
very dull at quotation'. 1 1 ran is scarce
and quiet. Butter Is in steady demand.
Kggs are In demand and scarce. Live
poultry is very dull, tho damand is en
tirely lor ciioice uresscu liens, turKcys,
ducks and geese. Oranges and choice
apples are In good demand, and very few
good apples are in the market.
TIIK MAKKET.
fOur friends should hear lu mind
that the prices here given are usually for
sales from first hands iu round lots. Iu
filling orders and for broken lots it Is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
tigurcs.-
FLOU1L
The market is over supplied and very
dull, .otmueii demand lor anytning:
a largo nart of stocks on hand Is rendored
unsaleable irom Having ncen mauc irom
musty and otherwise damaged wheat.
Wo note sales ot 300 bbls. on order,
$-t 20(3,7; lOObbKXXX. family, $5 10;
100 bbls., $-t&7.
HAY.
Receipts aro small but tho market Is
already overstocked, and there is no de
mand at all outside of the small local and
retail trade. Sales reported of car load
lots were 2 cars mixed delivered,
z . . . .
$11012.
CORK.
Stocks aro light, but there is no de
mand for round lots oven at the existing
low prices. The only sale we huvo lo re
port is 1 car mixed In bulk on track, -13c
OATS.
Several llat boats havo filled out with
oats, causing some activity in them for
the last few days that has reduced
stocks and produced n little firmer feel
lug In the market and prices. Thero Is
no shipping demand. We note sale of 2
car, by sample. In bulk on track, Oile ; 1
car Southern Illinois in sacks delivered,
:U cents.
MEAL.
The market remains dull and un
changed. Receipts are small but there Is
no demand. Country meal Is dull at
2 4:. City meal Is quoted 10lm. higher
than country. Sales were: 100 bbls
country kiln dried, delivered, :! !..
11RAN.
All on tho market has been taken by
llatboats. Prices are linn at $10, hut the
demand is small. Wo uotu sales of 1 car
lu sacks, delivered, $10.
11 UTTER.
The demand is good for choice. Re
ceipts are not equal to the wants of tho
market. Hales were ouu pounds cuoico
Northern 2GYnj30e ; 500 pounds Southern
Illinois 20ffl25c: D tubs cholco Northern
27o; 10 packages common 2023o; 20
buckets Southern Illinois 25o ; 5 tubs
choice Northern 2bc.
EGGS.
Very scarco and In good demand at
2ir20o. Recelntsaro all taken ou arrival
and arclnsulllclent to meet the demand.
Sales were 200 dozen 33e ; BOO dozen 23
OHANGKS.
Choice aro in fair demand. We note
sales of 10 barrels choice $0 007 .0.
POULTRY,
The demand Is confiiod almost en
tirely to dressed poultry. Old hens and
turkevs. dressed ducks, and geese- would
Hud ready sale. Choice ducks, at $2 50,-
3 : and geese at $5(i ; dressed turkeys
uro In active demand at present.
CiucKKXri. Sales weru 25 dozen mixed
and young. $2! ; 2 coops old, $3 ; 25
dozen young dressed, 'i 20J
Ti'itKKYH. Sales were 500 pounds
dressed, 1012jc; I coop live, $10 ; 1,000
pounds dressed, 12e.
APPLES.
No cholco apples In market. Common
aro plenty and dull. Cholco are In active
request. Sales wcro 20 barroU mixed
$2 50 ; 20 barrels poor, SI 00l 75 : 100
barrels Wluo Saps. $2 25 ; -iOTiarre s Ben
Davis, $3 25 ; 100 barrels cholco, $.1 2u
!l 75.
VEGETABLES.
Largo stocks of all kinds and small de
mand. Sales wcro 50 barrels cholco on
(ins, $2; 100 bbls. Northern Peach Blow
potatoes. $1 50; 50 bbls. Northern Peach
Blow potatoes cholco, l 75 ; 100 bushels
Northern Peach Blow potatoes cholco
In bulk, 60o; 20 bbls. onions, .JIM;
2000 heads cabbage, 4Oo : 300 bids,
cholco Northern Peach Blow pota
toes, $1 50.
DRESSED MEAT.
Fulr demand. Tho present soft weather
will Interfere with It. Sales reported
were 600 pounds dressed hogs, 7Sc;
BIG GUN !
1,000 pounds dressed beeH IftOc; 300
pounds dresu-d mutton, dfinic; .'M0
pounds dresed veal, 0(!Se; 1,000 pounds '
dressed hogs, "Sc.
GAME. ,
Good demand lor everything hut void-
son. e note sales of: 2. dozen rabbits,
SI 50; 20 dozen quail', $1 '2TCh 50; 10 I
dozen prarlo chickens. S3 50;' 1 dozen
wild turkeys, 505i)75c ; 10 deer, 07e.
RIVER NEWS.
lMrl I.Ut.
AIIRIVKD.
Steamer Jim KUk. Padueah.
" Fannlu Tatum, Vlcksburg.
" Joe Kinney, St. Louis.
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
" Julia, Vlcksburg.
" Idlewild, Evansvllle.
" Grand Tower, St. LoiiN.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
Tug-boat Laurel, Ohio river.
" Wasp, Metropolis.
" Jno. M. Roberts, Ohio river.
Tow-boat Peytoua, New Orleans.
" Ed. Pope, Harmon.
" A. J. Baker, .Memphis.
" Chas. Brown, St. Louis.
" Mountain Oak, Memphis.
" James Gilmore.St. Louis.
rKi'AUTi:t.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Padueah.
" Fannie Tatum, St. Louis.
" Joe Kinney, Vlcksburg.
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St. Joseph, St. Louis.
Julia, Vlcksburg.
" Grand Tower, .Memphis.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
Tug-boat Wasp, Memphis.
Tow-boat Peytona, Evansvllle.
" A. J, Baker, Padueah.
" Chas. Brown, St. Louis.
" Mountain Oak, Memphis.
James Gllmore, St. Louis.
IIIVUII, WUATllKIt ANU M'SINUSS.
Tho river last evening wn 10 feet 1
1-5 inches on the gauge, having risen 10
1-5 Inches during the previous IS hours.
A most drenching rain fell night be
fore last, and work on the levee yesterday
was out of thu question. Since 3 p. m.,
yesterday, tho weather has been grow
ing steadily colder, und by morning will
bo cool enough to suit any body.
Business fair.
GK.VKUAL JTHM3.
Thu Julfa brought over 500 bales cot
ton for rcshlpmcnt east per rail from
here.
Thu Ed. Popu brought 200 Ions rail
road Iron lor the Mississippi Central rail
road. Thu Peytona and barges have 300 tons
for the Ohio.
The Idlewild and Arkansas Bello
brought out rather light trips.
Thu yacht Arladno Is still here, await
ing news from Captain Conway, who re
turned home from this port.
The tug Wasp goes to Memphis to do
local towing.
Product) boats nro passing for the
coast and New Orleans dally.
WAH DKI'AIITHKNT. lllVKH ItKI'OIIT,
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JAMK3 WATSON,
Sergtaat, Signalmen tee, U.S. A.
Fresentl l'reveiill
Thu last chance to get yourcallco dress
yniti bv buying $7 worth of dry goods
"at llellbron it Well'.
. At Aiieeiini,
Tho entire slock of Millinery goods of
Mrs. Eliza Ellis will ho sold at auction ut
her store room lu tho Atheneum bulldlug
ou Commercial uveuuo, between Sixth
and Seventh sti-oets, commencing Thurs
day nlght,Noveinber 25th, at 7 o'clock, p.
m., and contlnui) every night until tho
entire stock is closed out.
Louis II. Mvr.us, Auctioneer.
ll-23-5t
Kterylnluir tor I'hlldrrn!
llellbron & Well can do better In tho
lno of children's dresses, christening
robes, zephyr bou nuts and caps, merino
French bonnets and caps, coney bonnets
and caps ; also a lull and completo lluoot
,u "H i ' ,
CllllUICirs menuu uuu waverpiuui
than any ono elso tins siuo
of Chicago',
aud by examining theso goods, wo. con
vince you that wo mean what wo say, tin
our motto Is small protlt ami iu!ck sales.
Hkiuiuon & Wkil,
Flame and brings
llellbron ,t Well have always ou hand
the best and largest stock ol Corsets I u
the city. A good corset, grey or white at
10 cents.
it pays to traduat llellbron X Well. a
.i. .. . ...-pi.,,.! ..n .i.iP f,r,,u ,i0ivii
", '' )L " , " n" ,,hPlr ,KPotH , "
lt 'c line, nd have al ways a largo
and well selected stock of clothing. Wo
invite every onu to call on us before go
ing elsewhere. A good casluet suit for
$0, at IlKii.imo.s & Wr.ti..
A .nan Hun Over
To Cowperthwalt & Phillips to try Ihoce
Gold llueklo cigars.
Waterproof nail I'lMnucI.
Wo otl'er at reduced rates, best black
waterproof, at 00 cents.
IlKimnoN & V F.IL.
Chills Cured.
Calico remnants ate cents a yard.
IIkiliiiio.v & Wkil.
142 and Hi Commercial Avenue.
CompreHMed Yenst Jfatlec.
1 have this day secured the solo agency
for tho sale of Gaff, FIclschman &
Company's compressed yeast, cither
wholcselo or retail. Dealers ran
ho supplied at uny and nil
times hy calling on me. This is the only
yeast of tho kind lu market that Is gen
uine. W. L. Bristol, 31 Eighth atreoi.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 25, 1875. 10-28-lni.
Fum t rural
We are now prepared to offer great
bargains In ladles' and chlldrens' furs ot
all styles. Children's sets, muffs ami
boa, at only $1 a set.
Hkimiuox & Weil.
rir (he Weekly Hullrtlii.
Persons wishing advertisements or lo
eal notices inserted in the Weekly llri.HR
i in, should hand in the copy by Tups
day noon, of each week.
Millinery! Millinery!
The largest and best selected stock ot
Millinery can bo found at llellbron Jb
WVll'sat greatly reduced prices, consist
ing of lino flowers, wings, feathers, velvet,
valour and ornaments. Special attcntlou
Is called to our Hue of Ostrich Feathers lit
all color, from $1 to S7, the largest In
the market.
A SPECIALTY.
Til Bl'LLKTIN irlntilljr
rulAbllshratnt itukr
lieelultjr of 1IIII llra.li,
Note llrmU, Letter Ifraili,
SliitrnH'ntu, ('mill, Klo. Ixxkt tbe rlce4t
Small size bill lu-mW, )icr KM)..... S-l "
Milium site bill licmls, iier thousand- a r
All on foiirlivu pound (wprr, fiirll.le mills
nitttl twu wall prr pound blulitr than Awr
lisctl by any other oalce mint lo iinler at IM
iiillh cnjrclally for this oRlrr,
SuteminU, Catlyle, ler IKS) ... W
Utti-r l(twl, Curlyslc, r litis) ................. i
Note Ileails, Curlyelu, kt toeo - 3 i
Vlnlllnircuiils iet imckunv 3ti
Ituslncn canU, Nn. 1 .1-ly llri'tot Imxrri,
jwr 1000 i.$J . In 4 en
Huslnesi) card, No. 1 blank, ixr 1WO 3 ut
Qiiartt'r-thi't't, hulf-ahcvt, rall-ihret and thrtis
ilu-ct iiOhtiTH, mid eoloKUwurk btlow tit. tonU
prlcfu.
I'liuiphlet, Hook Work Had I'rlco I.Ut nwJa
a Biweially.
CAIRO MARKET-WHOLESALE.
Coiriflol dally by K. M. Stearns. coiumUf lull
ineri'httiit, (iter
iriary oi in iwiu uwiu v
of tli Calm
1 ruilc
Flour, art-online to tsruile
Com, inlxeU, dacktU.
Corn, while, sacked
OjU, nilxtil
ltrun, )K'r Ion
Mial, tlium ilrlnl -
Ilutlcr, eholce Northern
llutler, choice, bouthcru lllluols.,
Knits, iwritnxeii.,.,.
Chickens, per ilown
Turkeys, veriloien
Apples, choice, per barrel
Apples, common, er barrel .
Potatoes, per barrel
Unions, per laurel -
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S D3WN TO B&ID Wl S
SAVE MONEYStL1' '
tret your moneys worm, jm umi n.
Ilolfar Sale, at Ilrorulltlil St.. Uolon, Ma.,
Inco 18X3 has sold jtootU lo KS.Oou Uon. H
offer vtry variety or Dry. Kaucy, anil h;ipw
UooiU.UiudrlM. Hooks. Cutlery, Uhu ttaie.
Ac, Sc., at about lialf prlce,imUlUirythun;
First Hands.l.'.WKi w
aud can sell for 1 what country ayaiwj f kvi x t
to ll ftir. Thl I no humbug, no ' rek' ot'
lottery, tr fe our cliculirs.uud f lite (nouiDU
of articles offeitHl at only tl. Wa art rnetomtl
by Uio be.t paper of Uotlon, aid vy UW
patron Set ourclrcul.wi.
XfTn fanDl will sell you Rood at lM
W 6 Jall hut any otswtiovwe. W Mxi
by mail or txunwa C. O. 1),, and let younea ..
I,-.. oil j before buying. W want agent rrry .
ulmM Nnvl.V. nA ...tilt.) umiImI.
One OentiMTO
riles, ) lKk, o... Jl for a Uir. ttatla.-yIJAV
iicaiiiMiii umjr,. I'laa, iiraci.,t vri. rwn... t i
Violin? (iultan, liaHor, in lartartWtMall-
atl, "end bow, and ve money.
Yoevi
,lo lt uleuM tiVI AdJra. all orrs. Itt lj-
(iKMISTUM A CO., M. K DOI.TJkH f Al.fc,
1 Urumllold St., Uo.toii, Maiiaoliiwrti,
DIVOBCK8 IfgiUIr obtained for '""'''l
blllly, etc l reldenc nafir V'i,u.o
ter deem-, Addr, f. O bos
Illluol. . Il-9'IIW
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