AHCALOM LODUK, NO. SI.
Knight of I'ythlu, nteli ercry frl
night fit bn-nui my a, in MM
Hall, JN(I. II fioHSMAN.
' ' ' i'i ; ki.
At.t-'XANDKK t.OIXIK, NO. tii.
dH ltiltndrnt Ordror f)lit-l-hIfIo,
untie vtcrjr 'lhurmliiy night
"WiP tlulr-iuatMTFii, In tuelr Mlon
tVitnn)ercli aviaiur, between ninth an fcvcntti
llriil.i t T J. Kihtii, N. (J.
lAlfclV.NCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F.t metU
CJItiOiM-tt-lluwi' Hull on Hi nretunl third
I lU'sJay in Werr mouth, lit hiilf-punt Mtm.
.10. II. UUKHI.Y, C. P.
UAIIIOI.OIMJK. NO,'7,A.V. ft A. M.
Holil rvitul.ir commmilralloiM In Mu
flonlo Hull, wrnrr Comnierrlitl nvmuo
'ml KlKlith th-ct, on the second Mil
'uurth Monday of inch month.
ThU U a hew style of picture now be
ing produced by Win. Winter, tho nrllt,
of this city. Tlicc picture are creating
much liiteret In nil tlx; principal Kastern
mid Western cities, being altogether new.
Tliey re unlike photographs being
raised and beautifully enameled over the
entire surluce, oa In tone, but distinct in
the light nnd Miadcs. No one who decs
them fall to admire them, or to give the
nrtut & onler. We have been liown a
nnmbcr of picture of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the city, and have no
licsluitlon In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. Wc would therelore advise all
uho bike interest in such matter or dc-
Mre pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter at
hit gallery and examine- his work In thU
new branch of the shallow-capturing art.
"Everybody should call on Hellbron A;
Weil and examine their fall stock of ladles
nnd misses cloaks, Just received from
New York, before going elsewhere. As
we makes specialty of these good", we
can oirer inducement.
HmnitoN & Wr.n..
Persons having cUterns needing pump
ing out and repairing ean have It done
promptly and tit prices to suit the tunes,
by railing on J. S. Hawkins Ctom street.
I hare a man nnd pump employed all the
time for the purpo'c. IMC-tf.
Xrw S!hI MHrket
Jamli Walter and Chris Aiithus two
ol our well-known butchers havw asso
ciated together and under the linn name
of Jacob Walter & Co., have opened a
meat market on the north tide of Kighth
street, In Phil Howards old stand. ThU
will U a first-class market in every re
spect, as the names ot the proprietors-
guarantee n market where the choicest
ol cut meats steaks, roast of beaf, mut
ton, pork and veuWon, together with
Kitunasre. bacon, ete.. will be served out
to customers In a neat and satisfactory
manner. All their old friends or new tc-
lunliitanee are Invited to call anil see
Kveryhodj to know ttist tho place to (jet
A smooth sIiktc,
A good sUunipoo.
A finbloiiable lislr-cut,
Or anything la that line,
Is at the Grand Central Dakiikh
SlioP, corner Eighth and Commercial,
w-e-tf J. CBOIKIK STXIMIOL'SE.
A. Hallev has removed to his new
tore room, 115 Commercial avenue, u-
posltc Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine house, where he will be
nlcased to see all Ids old customers and
as many new ones. U-30-tf
I'ntlerwcnr ! I'mlri-wi-iir !
Ladles1 and chlldrcns' uuderware, me
rino as well as muslin can lx; found
cheaper and better at llcilbron & Weil's
than any where in the city. A good me-
llno undershirt nnd drawer for boys
onlv 00 cents: a tood merino vest and
pants, for ladles only $1.
Nutlrit i f Rriunvnl.
C. Koch has removed his boot ami
shoe shop from tho old stand to his
new brick building (one block below),
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and .Sixth streets, where he will
keep the best home made and St. I.oul
custom made boots and shoes, made of
tho best material , good workmanship
nnd in the latest styles. All orders
promptly intended to. y-23-tf.
A No. 1 Laundry .
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 13 Fourth street, lie
twecn Washington & Commercial venues,
has one of the bent conducted laundry es
tablishments m the city, and landlords ot
hotels and boardiint uoue will tin tl It to
their advantage to cull upon her,
iinr nrlcea are as follows: Hotel and
boarding-home washing, 70 cents
dozen. Koi piece work prices
as iollows: Single shirt and
lar, 10c; per dozen 8Cc; socks tc; two
lars, 8c; two handkerchiefs, oc; vests
and all tfotitlenien'a wear, wjo. per
dozen. Ladles' drcssos, 23 to Wc;
skirts 10 to UOc; drawer 10 to 16c; two
ualr bos Be: two collars 6 to 10c. .For la
dles' plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; for la-
Ilea Hm clothes, tl lift per dozen; done
dromntlv. and nroiuptlr delivered. Pa
tronago solicited. 8-31-lm
A Fine Ntoek.
Wm. Ehlers desires to Inform his pat
rons and tho public gonernlly, that ho has
now on hand n large stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and U
prepared to manufacture, lor storo ami
ofllce wear, tho finest of -Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots; nnd for farmers,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
offered In this market. His Lusts nro of
the latest styles, and ho can guarantee it
fit and saturation to all his patrons.
A Wood Flnro to Iltiy .
A. llalley's new store Is certainly one
of tho best arranged of tho kind to bo
found In tho city, and what Is better, he
lias so arranged his prices that many are
taking advantage ot inn opportunity oi
lered to buy stoyos, tinware, etc., cheaper
than ever known In Cairo. Call on Hal
ley, 115 Commercial avenue, next door to
the Arab engine- bouse. skhmi.
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoos.
IKE. W ALDER Is receiving dally a
J. law und splendid atock or KOods,
and la dulerinlnad to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
ir la Txunlvnil to slve the vrv lwat
rooda for tho very lowiial prlcua. Call
and boo for youraolvoi
Corner Sixth Street fcuil Ohio
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SI NIJAY, NOVKMHKlt 23, 1675.
Local Dusinoss Notices, of
ten Unea or more, insortou
in the Bulletin as follow :
Ono insertion per lino .... a Ocnta.
Two Insertions per lino 7 Centa.
Throe lnanrtlona per lino 10 Centa.
Mix Insertions per line 10 wonxe.
Two weeks per lino 2fi Centa.
One month per lino 36 Cuuta.
No itouuction win ue mauo in uuovo
Local Wcntlicr Report.
Caiiio, 111., Not 'J., IsTS.
Tna. I Wind. I Vtu. I w katii,
K ; s
ft K I
. JAMUS WA1SOX,
s'trx';iit, SUiiul airvlic, 17. is. A.
The Delta City Cornet Hand will
give a grand ball Nov. 2'Jth. It
The.Shak?iearian Club still continues
to hold Its regular weekly meetings.
The Turner Hall will be dedicated by
n grand hall on .New 1 ear's eve. it
.Mr. M. M. JIathews. of I'hlladelphla,
was registered at the St. Charles yester
Mes-rs G. T. Winner and H. Chance,
both of St. I.ouls, :ire quarU-red at the
Kxchangu for sale on all the princi
pal cities of Kurope at HntcrprUc Savings
There was no business of Importance
took place in either of the police courts
The Delta City Cornet Hand will
dedicate their hall by a grand ball Mon
day evening. It.
C. 1). Arter oOers his residence, on
Seventh street, for sale cheap. Terms
Frli tliilllniuro hlit-ll o.inlrri ill
(III- lillltrr' Hon)-. 1I-V!S.I
The finest slock of gentlemen's cu?-
tnm made boots and shoes mid other foot
wear at A. Mack's. 11-27-lw
I'lio only plaeu in the city to get
real bargains In the boot and shoe line
li at A. HlackV shoe store. 11-27-lw
Alderman ThUtleivood lclt the city u
day or two since for a trip through the
South, lie will be abent for several
Died, in PomeroT, Ohio, November
twentieth, 1S7.", Horace neinlngton, in
fant son of Horace M. nnd Annie C. Hor-
Ladies', mens' and children's but
toned, side laced and polUh shoes of the
latot styles in all (pialltlcs at A. Mack e
The Kev. Mr. Gilbert will conduct
services at the Methodist church, corner
of Eighth and Walnut .street", this morn
ln and evening.
Member the dance given by the Delta
City Comet Hand next Monday evening
In dedicating their new hall, which has
recently been llxed up. It
I.U.NCII Wiril CIUXIIKKRY SAUCE
At I o'clock, p. in., ut Jaeckcl's Saloon,
opposite the Hpllktix ofllce. It
Tli Aleannilur County Iluuk sella
rmchuiiKe on nil llic irinriiul r itiea of
Kurope, nuil iittcinU In tlii ciillerllou
ofrlnhiiM mid ratiilet. cMteclnllly I"
Captain John G. Mann, of Jackson,
Tennessee, division superintendent of
the Mississippi Central rullroad, was lu
tho city yesterday.
Dr. Smith will deliver his lecture for
the benefit ol the Library Association, on
Tuesday nljrht. Ills subject will be
A. Mack Is offering great bargains
In ladles', misses' and children's shoes
He has the largest and llnest stock in the
Dr. J. S. Gibhart, ot Metropolis, will
lecture at Liberal Kcliglous hall this
evening at 7:I!0 o'clock. Subject : ''Kc
llglon and Science." Lecture free.
M'XCII WITH CUA.NIlUltlty SAl'CK
At l o'clock, p. in., at Jneckcrs Saloon
opposite the Hui.i.ktin ofllce. It
A those holding invitations to tne
daueo to bo given by the Delta City Cor
nnt Hand will please- not forget to
inaku their appearance next aiomiay
At the lecture to ho delivered by Dr,
Smith on Tuesday night, Miss Annie
Pitcher and Mrs. W. 1. Hallldiiy will
sluga duet. Miss Kiln Hobblus will pre
side at tho organ.
For men's nnd boy' underwear, also
men's and boys' bats and cans, Hell
bron & Well's U thu cheapest place In tho
city. A good merino suit for 75 cents
Fresh IlnUliiiore a'ii'11 oialcr nt
tliul'liiHlrrH' lluiiNv, il.2H.ll
The hxerlsior patent boots arc tho
most stylish and neatly titling in the
market' :vid sold only r.t A. Muck's,
- Mrs.C. McLean will si!.'lt'cry arti
cle of hosiery nnd ladles' nnd cMldMn's'
underwear she has in stock, nl less Hiim
cost from now unlll the llrst of .January,
as She is determined Kj close them nil out
before the new year. CI.
It was thought Tor n time, during tho
burning of thu tug Cache, on ,,1'rlday
night, that Halllday llrothers watehoue
would catch also, but It didn't, which U
a lucky thing.
Hoys' calf und kip boot!" of every
quality, at very low prices, nt A. Mack'H.
Do not fall to give him a call. It will
fully coinpeiiat you. nn27-lw
The members of the Presbyterian
church made the wife ot tho pastor, Mrs.
George, feel perfectly nt home on Fri
day night, nnd freely loaded her tables
with UM'lul am! lino present.
The new sldnwalks on Twelfth ?trtt,
between Commercial uveiiue nnd Ohio
li-vie are being laid, and will bo llnlnhed
In a short time. They will change, to a
great extent, thu aspect of Hint thorough
fare. 20,000 note heads, :i0,XK) envelopes,
20,000 letter hciidii, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads CarlMc paper Jut
received and for sale at the Jiri.i.KTis
J. II. lllnkley, or St. Louis, superin
tendent of the Cairo & St. Louis narrow
gauge railroad, nnd J. W. Went, gen
eral tieket agent of the same road,abo of
St. Louij. were at the St. Charles yester
day. Just received auo'tlier new supply of
tho-e cheap boys' clothing anil overcoats.
As this Is .1 leading article with us, we
mean to undersell the cheapest In tho
el y. HniMiiio.v & Weil.
On Friday night, l'llsc Lessler, died
at the house of her father, of typhoid
fever. The funeral will take place at the
residence of Mr. Leler this attcmoon,
jieu the remains will be taken to Villa
The best black alpacas from 20 cents
to $lal-o black c'l'jlmere for W) cents.
topics cloth in all colors for "0 cents.
id the nuwc.-t woolen plaids for 110
cent'', can always bo found at Hellbron &
Well's, 1-12 and 111 Commercial avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Safford left Cairo
on Friday morning for Evansvillc, ln-
liana, where they will spend to-day with
le family of Major Merrill, of the Cairo
and Vlucenncs railroad. They will return
A dance, under the utiplces of the
Delta City Cornet Hand, will be given
next Monday evening, Nov. 2'Jth, on
hlch occasion the dedication of their
ill. which has been recently "fixed up,"
ud made one of the first-class dancing
alls of the city, will take place. 2t
Mr. Gilbert, rector, assisted by his
brother, flic l!ev. F. H. Gilbert, will con
duct the services at the Episcopal church,
:it 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. to-day. "Man
ners Make the Man"' will be the subject
of the rector's sermon at the cycnlng ser-
There will be the usual services at
the Presbyterian church. Eighth street,
between Washington avenue and Wal
nut street, Hew It. Y. George pastor,
this morning and evening. All are lu
lled to attend. Sunday school ut three
The festival given by the African
.Methodist Episcopal Church folks, which
iai been progre.-liii' since Thanksgiving
morning, wui quite a successful affair. It
said that the net proceeds of thefesti-
al will reach two hundred dollars, If not
l'rh llullliiiiiri' shell oktrrs ill
lie I'liiiit.'iV Iliiusc ll.'js.ir
About eleven o'clock Friday night,
the steam tug Cache, owned by Halliday
Brothers, while lying near their ware
house, opposite the St. Charles Hotel,
tool; fire and burned. The lire origina
ted from a stove in the pilot house. The
tug was lnured.
A Black guarantees every pair of hi,
us torn-made boots and shoes, and actu-
dly exchanges :i new pair for any that
may rip or hurst. This Is a fact that
hould be noted by every pciou, espe
dally by those victims of shoddy goods
made in imitation ol custom work.
Mr. Charles W. Anderson, ol Nash
ville, Tennessee, who was in this city
esterday, must certainly be n man of
largo experience in the railroad business.
Besides being superintendent of the Green
Line freight company, Mr. Anderson Is
the agent for twenty-three different rail
roads. Thu next thing on the tapis, in tho
shape of home entertainments, is to be n
minstrel performance by the Taylor Lit
erary Club. The members of the institu
tion succeed much better lit a negro show
than In anything else. It will take place
about tho 23th of December, and will bo
better even than the last performance of
thu kind given by them.
Billy Burleigh, a sporting man of Chi
cago, accompanied by his wife, stopped
over at the St. Charles from Friday night
until yesterday morning. They were on
their way to New Orleans, where Mr.
Burleigh Is taking a number of running
horses, which ho has entered for the
races, that commence In that city on tlr
seventh ol December.
The pollco keep a sharp lookout for
stragglers, and ''run In" nil whom they
can get hold ot. Since Wednesday night,
however, when they arrested twenty
three of them, und tried them the next
morning for vagrancy before Judge
Bross, business has been rather dull, as
all who are likely to bo victims keep out
of thu way of the city guardians.
Tho most economical wear in lino
shoes for ladles, misses ami children arc
those'.elegautly madu extension sole shoes
at A. Black's. Hu has n full lino of them,
and charges no extra price. They are
thereloio within the reach of everyone,
and every ono should wear no other kind
of shoes, especially In thu whiter season.
Itemeinber they nro sold only by A.
Black, at Ihe City Shoe Store.
The woman recently spoken of In Iho
Bi'i.i.kiin, us bring sick and destitute,
and living lu a tent near thu coal dump
In thu lower part of town, requested Dr.
Woods to purchase her u skill', and that
iho with her children would make their
way iMck to Arkansas. That gentleman
purchased n skill' for her, und she started
m her Journey n day or two since.
If you want nn economical heating
stove for wood and one of the handoin
i'.t stoves lu the market, with Illumina
ted front, buy tho Improved Evening
Shir which took the blue ribbon at St.
Louis Fair last October, over all others
on exhibition. For sale by C. W. Hen
derson, l!'l Commercial nvi nile, Cairo,
- Owing lo the many other events that
look place during the past week, the Lib
eral Itellglous Association postponed
their weekly sociable, from last Wednes
day night, until the coming Wednesday
night, when they will be pleased to wel
coma their numerous frleniN. As UMial,
a good siring band will be present, and u
pleasant time will be had by all.
There will bo a meeting ot the Ladles'
Centennial Association, on Monday after
noon, at 2 o'clock, at thu residence of
Mrs. Dr. Wardncr. It Is earnestly de
sired and hoped that there will be a lull
attendance that every woman In Cairo
will heartily Join In this enterprise, that
It may be a credit not only to our own
city, but to the Stato ot Illinois.
Mus. Wooi KiTTKxnousK, Sec'y.
Mr. E. V. Wilson, editor of tho .VuV
itu'tlitl nl Work, published In Chicago,
and the gentleman who created such a
stir among the Liberal Itellglous people
of lids city a month or two ago, Is to pay
us another visit soon. Hu win lecture in
Liberal Heligious hall on the Cth, 10th,
anil 2Cth of December, and will, no
doubt, draw large audiences, as he is
certainly the best and shrewdest talker
that has ever spoken under the auspices of
Iv A 1 1TO FFE LPFA NNENK UCH FN
M'XCII WITH CIUXIIEI'.KV HAUCE
At 1 o'clock, p. in., at Jaeckcl's Saloon
opposite the Bulletin olllce. It
The Hcvolullon as a base burning
stove for bituminous coal, needs no puff
ing from the subscriber nnd It never pull's
(-moke) Itself. For durability, economy
and beauty it cannot be excelled. Call nt
my store where 1 have one lu constant
use nnd I shall be happy to explain its
good working qualities, and I will also
take pleasure in referring to many par
tics who have it in ue, and who pro
nounce It superior to any stoi e they have
ever used. C. W. Henpuiison.
171 Commercial avenue. Cairo, III.
The Odd Fellows have concluded to
give the ball and supper spoken of In the
Bl'llktin recently. It will take place on
the night of the seventh of January, and
Is to be, we are told, the greatest event
of the kind that has ever been held in
Cairo. Preparations for It have already
been begun, and no labor or expense will
be spared to accomplish thu success of
thu great undertaking. The most promi
nent Odd Fellows in the State of Illinois
will be present, nmong whom will be
Pat Grand Master Ellis, and Gen. E. B.
Sherman, both of Chicago, also at one
time Grand Master of theSt-Ue.
Dr.Smlth's lecture on Tuesday night,
for the benefit of the Library Associa
tion, when he will take for his subject
"Pre-HUtoric Man," promises to be one
of tlie finest lectures yet delivered during
the course. Dr. Smith Is endowed
witli great ability as a writer and
speaker, and has for several weeks
been making preparations lor this ad
dress. Hu has gathered many relics and
curiosities, as well as parts of skeletons
of the people who lived lu this country
before our time, with which hu will glyu
the most Interesting and Instructive Illus
trations. The lecture will take place in
thu Presbyterian church, nnd should not
be missed by any of our people.
Thu sociable given by the members
ot the Encampment of Odd Fellows, in
Odd Fellows' hall, on Friday night,
proved a mo't pleasant aflalr. Tho hall
was crowded with tho members of the
camp and their families, who all seemed
In the best of moods, and axlousto make
their friends feel easy and comfortable
hout halt-pat 10 o'clock, a sumptuous
upper, made up of tho most desirable
delicacies, prepared by tho good wives
and daughters of thu members, was
spread in the rear hall, of which all pres
ent portook unsparingly. Dancing was
begun early lu thu evening, and carried
on by the younger part of thu assembly,
while thu older and more scdato persons
present chatted very pleasantly together,
without Intermission until supper time.
Alter supper, the danco was once more
begun, anil continued until 1 o'clock,
when thu sociable was broken up, and
all went to their homes well pleased with
the pleasure they had been allowed to en
Tho Taylor Literary Society and
Cairo Boating Association, assisted by
Mrs. Winter, .Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Dr.
Smith, Mrs. Dr. Wardnersind Miss Mary
Wardncr, presented for thu Second time
the play of "Led Astray," at tho Athe-
neuin. Owing to other events that were
taking place, there was not so large an
nudiunco present as there should have
been, but, notwithstanding this, tho
ladies and gentlemen played their parts
with greater ability, we dare say, than on
the previous evening, and several of our
prominent cltl.ens. feeling that tho enter
tainment had not neon patrouizeii as it
should havu been, requested the perform
crs to present thu piay again last, input,
assuring them that a goon house would
irrcet them, as there were many who had
been kept from attending who desired to
sco them. Accordingly, thn pleeo wns
put upon tho boards last night for tho
third time, and was witnessed by a good
Adrian II. iluller, Auctioneer.
OAUtO CITY I'HOrURTV STOCK
Adrian II. Muller & Son will Mill at
unction ' on Wednesday, December 8th,
lS7.i, ut 12:30 o'clock ut the JCxehmiKU
Sales ltooiu, No. Ill Uroadwny New
York City, for account of 'whom It may
concern 105 shares Cairo ,C!ly I'roperty
Stock S100 each. ll-'Jl).,t
j-XX Aiuhcraiid 'White rajr stock
envi'loiie.stthulltn.ifirriN olllce, printed
f'l GO mid $1 00 per M.
THE BIG GUN!
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
FARNBAKER. THE CLOTHIER,
Is Once More in tho Field to tell all Clothing Buyers that thev
are still buying
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
We keep Goods made in tho best fanner and of the Best Style,
No goods that smell of powder of tho 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 tril is whntwo ask to mnko cuntomornout of you all. Wo don't ixrM. your patronago on account of bo
ing frionds" or old Cairoltoa (as wo havo boon lenowu hero lo ! thoso many yourm but to hcivq von tho
nlmighty dollar. Tho timo for paying for friendship is gono. Our stock
in tho oity, at prices 1
to nun, uii. w
TliniikKlTiiii(rnl tlit I mm- Aulimi
llow the Iiimnlet Punned thetliiy.
Soutiikiis Ii.i.inoh Iniuni: Asylum,
Anna, III., November 23, '7o.
Kniroii Bullktin Th.nik?KlvlnJ' day
liru come aud gone, and thinking per
haps a description of how Mich a day Is
passed lu a ''mad-house,1' I shall under
take to tell your readers what was done
hero to-day. The leading feature of the
occasion vraj, of course, the usual
"Thanksgiving dinner," In which the
time-honored turkey took the prominent
part, supported by a species of the bird
which is said to have done an important
service on a certain occasion lor tho citi
zens of ancient Home, also duck nnd
other fowl, vegetaKles, fruits, etc., with
out limit ; aud to say that the unforlunate
"KAT AND WEUK WELL FILLED,"
would scarcely do the subject Justice. Of
course all work was suspended for the day,
and at 3 o'clock the Inmates, all decked
In their best attire, were uhcred into the
new chapel (Just llulshcd aud dedicated
last Sunday), where the evening's enter
tainment was commenced with the grand
march, followed by cotilllonsand the
usual round dances, In which
PATIENTS AND EMPLOYES,
Indiscriminately mixed up, lalrly "threw
themselves away." This kind or amuse
incut appears the only one In which In
sane persons generally seem to take an
Alter the dance Ihe audience were fa
vored with some very line vocal and In
strumental music by the members of the
choir ol one ol the Joncsboro churches,
followed by some very fine piano and
organ music by employes und others.
THE suri-Eit IIOU1I
having arrived, tho patients returned to
their various halls where more luxuries
were partaken of, and at 7 o'clock again
went to the chapel, where dancing and
music wa eiuraged in until 0 o'clock,
when thu festivities of tho day were
brought to n close, and the
for thu night, apparently with feelings of
gratitude to Dr. lhirucs, the superintend
ent, and his able assistant, Dr. Mercer,
tor the treat provided for them.
When it Is known that nearly
ONE HUNDIIED INSANE VKUSONS
were engaged In these amusements, and
that not a single unpleasant Incident oc
curred to mar thu pleasurers of the day,
it will no doubt ho a matter ol MiiprKo
to thoso of your readers wno
have lormed their ideas ol a "mad house"
after rending such descriptions of them
as arc to be found In such novels as
'Hard Cash," and publications of a like
character, I venture to assert that It
would bo scarcely possibly to collect to
gether n miscellaneous crowd of sane
persons In any commuulty that would
behave themselves lu a more decorous
manner than did this crowd ot almost a
bundled crazy people. The days ol chains
aud straight-Jackets and padded rooms
has passed by ; and ktndnoss and gentle
treatment Is now thu means resorted' to
to cure theso victims of the most fearful
disease to which man Is subject. Although
this asylum is comparatively a new one,
and many dllllcultics had to be overcome
to get it Into good running shape, that
end has been attained, and your corres
pondent can safely say that a better
managed institution would be dllllcult to
tlnd,aud thu unfortunate insane of South
ern Illinois may congratulate themselves
that they have fallen Into thu hands of
men so considerate of their comtort aud
welfare, as are Drs. llarnes and Mer-
l uiit-riil Motive.
'1'ho funeral ol Ulessle Tosslcr,
dauirhter of .Moses Tesslor, will take
place from the residence ol her father,
on Tenth street, this afternoon at two
o'clock. A special train will lcavo
Iho foot of Tenth street, to convey the
remains to Villa Uldgo, All friends of
thu family aro Invited to attend.
Nutlco Is hereby given that scaled pro
posals for doing the Inside painting at
the now Turner Hall will bo received by
thu undesigned till .Monday evening,
November 21)th, 1870. Wo reservu the
right to reject any and all bids.
11-27-11. i1.no. A. Kokiii.kr.
llcllbrnu.fc Well have always on bund
the best and largest stock ol Corset In
tho city. A good corset, grey or whltu at
u iuuko war on nign prices.
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
Steamer Jim Kl-k. I'aditcnli.
" Arkansas Hello, Kvansvllle.
" Klla, I'aducah.
' Mliineola, Memphis.
" ID C. Yaegar, New Oilcan".
" City or Chester, Meiuphl-.
" II. S. Turner, Cincinnati.
" Colorado, St. I.ouls.
Tow-boat Ironsides, Pittsburg.
" Ike llainmitt, Pittsburg.
' Grand Lake, St. I.ouls.
Tug Come and Sec Me, Ohio.
Propeller Alf. Stevens, St. I.ouls.
Steamer ,11m risk. Paducah.
" Arkansas Hetlc, Kvansvllle.
" Klla, McmphU.
" Mliineola, Cincinnati.
" II. C. Yaegar, St. I.oul.
" II. S. Turner, New Orleans.
" Colorado, Vlcksburg.
" City of Chc-ter, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Ironsides, St. Louis.
" Ike llammltt, St. I.ouls.
Tug Come and See Me, New Orleans.
nivun, WEATHER and business.
The river last evening was 17 feet 2 l-r
Inches on the gauge, having risen 1!1 1-3
Inches during the previous 21 hours. Thu
weather Is cloudy and cold. A few
llakes of snow the llrst ot the season
The tug Cache, destroyed by lire
night before last, belonged to Halllday
Urother's, and was on duty for one night
towing coal to steamers while soino
slight repair were being made to the
machinery of the tug Montauk.
After waiting upon Iho Klla, the
engineer laid down on the Montauk,
near by, leaving the colored llrctnan to
watch, lie says he was In the engine room
when hedlscovered the wholu pilothouse
lu (lames. Thu Cachmvas built by Walker
& Nelllsii little over three years ago aud,
completed, cost about $7,000. Shu was
Captain T. M. Dougherty, of tho
Louisville tow-boat Hue, tow hlch thu tug
Laurel beloujjs, was here yesterday.
The Laurel towed the Green Line
wharfhoat to Mound City yesterday,
where she will bo taken out on tho ways
nnd thoroughly overhauled and iVpalred.
She huloiigs lo the .Mobile and Ohio rail
road, and will lie used at Columbus, Ken
tucky. The Alt. Sevens brought out a fair
load of freight for tho South, which she
will probably reshlp.
Thu yacht Ariadne goes South this
morning. Capt. Conway telegraphed
yesterday that his oldest boy Is very
sick. This tlllictlon, joining upon tho
loss of his wife and l.ifant child is very
The Ironsides reshlprcd HO tons on
the II. S. Turner.
War mrAitTMENT Hivhh nujniiT, j
Nov. 1S7S. l
.1 AMI'S WATSON.
SflKi'iilit, SliSIHil Siivlic, W.S. A.
The last chance to get your calico dress
amtts by buying $7 worth of dry goods
nt Hellbron & Well's.
The entire stock of -Millinery goods of
Mrs. Eliza Kills will be .old at auction at
her si" i-001" ,h0 A,l,el"-'",a Jl,lllll"f
on Commercial avenue, between Sixth
and Seventh streets, commencing Thurs
dav nl''ht,Novemhcr 23th, ut 7 o'clock, p.
m., and continue- every night until thu
entire stock Is closed out.
Louis 11, Mykus, Auctioneer.
r.veryttilnb f"r Children !
Hellbron & Well can do better lu thu
llnu or children's dresses, christening
robes, zephyr bonnets and caps, merino
French bonnets and caps, coney bonnets
and caps ; also a lull and complete lino of
children's merino and waterproof cloaks
than any ono else this side of Chicago ,
mill by examining these goods wo con
vince you that wu menu what wo my, as
our motto Is small prollt and rpilck sales.
IIeiluiion & Weil.
of Fino Uudorwcar, tho largest
l.iit of letters reiiuiluliu; uncalled for
I hi the t'o-t Olllce nt Cairo. Alexander
Illinois, Saturday, Nov. 27th,
Hurry Nancy K., Dethridge II. V, ,
Doerehe Charlotte, Dcruth Margaret,
Freeman II. K., Field .Mary, IlarrNMis..
Ivuowltou Mary, Miller Mollie, I'oss M.
K., Sammons M. K., Wellman -Mary, Wil
liams Hachel, Wellman Margaret, Weth
ers Mrs., Wyscng Mallnda, Young Mar
garet. oentlemen's list.
Anderson Thos., Hakcr J. C, Hurry
J.C., Maker K. M., llrown P. J., Heaty
rtobt., Hullett Washington, C ramie
Chas., Clay Green, Cox Matt, Chase T.
11., Cumiuings W., Dickenson A. II.,
Delauey Henry, Ditz John, Drolrc Win.,
Flether Henry, Gllck Adolph, Ganno
James, Gcson Patrick, Hoover It.,
Hutchison Ike, Hartu John, Hi:gius
John. Haynes Mill, Jones Geo.,
Jackson A. P., Jones William F.,
Kennedy Mr., Kelliim E. SI., Kalkbren
ner Kinest, Koouy Theodore, Kelley
T. I)., Lanergan John K.. Llttell Geo.,
Lomis J. T., Slartln A. W., Jloore Geo.,
Mead K. II.. SIcCabo Henry, .Miller Ja
cob C, Mulvahlll Thoma, Nich
olson Clcnt, Nestfall Heury,
Nlles J. P., . Nash R. S.,
Porter D. L., Painter Chas., Parker h.
F., Phillips. I. T., Payne John, Price J.
W., Powers John,
It. F Speer F. C,
Y. D., Williams J.
Woodworth S. H.
Powers Perry, Scott
Steele L. IV., Whips
C, Walley Thomas,
Persons calling for the above
will pleae say advertised."
Geo. W. SIcKeaio, P.
A Man Hun Otor
To Cowpeithwalt& Phillips to try tho-su
Gold Huekju cigars.
Wal'i-iriil'M nuil l'liiimi-ln.
We oiler at reduced rates, bct black
walerprool, nt 00 cents.
IIeiluiion it Weil.
Calico remnants atl! cents a j aril.
llEiLititoN & Weil.
1 12 and 1 1 1 Commercial Ammiho.
Coin i"-ril 1'piivt Nnlli-e.
I have this day secured the solo agency
for the sale of Gatl, FleUchinan &
Company's com pressed yeast, either
wholcselu or retail. Dealers ean
hu supplied at any and all
limes hy calling on me. Tills Is the only
ycat of Iho kind lu market that Is gen
uine. W. L. Bristol, :i2 Eighth street.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 25, 1873. 10-23-1 in.
I'lirn I I'll I'M 1
Wc aro now prepared to oiler great
bargains in ladles' and chlldrcns' furs of
all styles. Children's sets, muffs and
boa, at only $1 a set.
Millinery I Mlllluery !
The largest and best selected stock ol
SIHIInery can bo found nt Hellbron &
Well's at greatly reduced prices, consist
ing of line (lowers, wings, feathers, velvet,
valour and ornaments. Special attention
it called to our line of Ostrich Feathers In
all colon, from $1 to ST, the largest in
It pays to trade at Hellbron & Weil, as
they have marked all their goods down
to suit the times, and havu always a largo
and well selected stock of clothing. Wo
Inylte every one to call on us before go
ing elsewhere. A good caslnet suit for
$0, ut Hkii.iuio.n & Weil.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Bulletin, unless the
sainu Is made on a written order signed
by thu president or secretary of tho com
pany, and wo will accept no orders given
by an employe- of the company, for any
Cairo Bulletin Companv.
November 10, 1873. tl
Wu havu four dozen Imitation Ebony
Spraguu Cau-Opcncrs, taken for adver
tising, which wo will sell nt two dollars
per dozen. Inquire at Bulletin olllco.
Cuim'litl dully by K, M. Stcnriw, i-oinmtiialoii
iiii-irhtiiit. stii't'iary of thu t'ulru llount ot
Flour, ucroiiilui; U KruJe...
Coin, liilxttl, acktl
Corn, Willi, uicknt
1 Iran , 1t Inn
Mt'ul, blruiii lUlnl
Mutter, cliuloc Northern ..............
Iluttir, cliolc Southern IlltuoU..
Kkks, iwr itoieu
I'mt'Li'ii, Hir iUxwi
Turkey, iwr Uutt-ii
Amile.i, choice, r hurrel......... .
AiiU-ii, coiuiuou, per butiel
l'otutoes, per burrel
Unlou, per tiurol ....m..
. tl to
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