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ASOAi.O.N U)M)K, NO. 61.
y.v iiniKiu.ioi i yuiun, mm every rn
Si 'inrmgiii ni imu-puiii neveii, ill uwi'
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AI.KXANIIKIt I.OIH1K, NO. 2.M.
.viPSLK lnuciiiriil Order of Odd-Xil-l4H?
town, mitt every 'llinrnluy night
"TflW at liiilf-p.uttcun, In tlulr bull on
CominvrcUl nvenue, between sixth mit1 Kcrciitli
trccU T J. KruTil, N. U.
1AIIU) KNOAMI'MIINT, I. O. O. F.,iiimI
Oln OiW-ffllow' Hull on the nrntnml tliiril
luujilay In every mouth, ut lmlf.wl iteven
J.m II, Dmkiii.y, 0. V.
?. CAIKO I.OWIK. NO. 2I7.A . V. A A. M.
jf llnlilrrirutur miiHiiiinlralloim In Ma
XTonlo 1 lull , mniiT Ciiiiiincrcliil nvuim;
' 'iiiul Kluhlli Mrnl. on tlie m'-owl ami
'ourtli Mondar ofmch tnontli.
'J'liU U ft new stylo of picture now 1m
iiiK produced by Win. Winter, the artist,
of this city. TIicjc pictures are creathif,'
Hindi Intcrc&t In all tliu principal Katern
mill Western citlc, belli;; altogether new.
They are unlike photograph, being
mined nml beautifully enameled over the
entire Hurtncc, soft In tone, hill ilUlltict In
the lights and Minilei. No one who rrcH
them fall tomlinlru them, or to give the
artist nn order. We have been fhown a
iininher of pictures of well-known Indies
find gi'iitleincn or the city, mid have no
hefltntlon In pronouncing them perfectly
rplendid. We would thcrttorc ndvl.c nil
who take Interest In such mattcM or de
sire picture, to call upon Mr. Winter at
liU gallery anil examine hU work In this
new branch of the fhadow-capturlng art.
Everybody fhmild rail on Ilellbron fc
Well and examine their fall Hock of ladles
and mlw:H cloaks. Jii't received from
New York, before going cl-cw here. As
wo inakcrrrncclalty of thc-o i'ood, we
can offer lnduecment.
IlKii.nr.ox A- Wr.n..
1'eiTons havliigcUterim nc-edlng putnp
Ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices to suit the times,
by culling on .1. S. Ilawklm, Ciosstreet.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for the purlin-. IMG-tf.
n .llrnt .MurUrl.
.laeob Walter and Clui Anility, two
ot our well-known butchers havu .vi-o-elated
together and under the linn name
of Jacob Walters it Co., have opened a
meat ntaiket on the north utile of Klghth
trcct. In Phil Howard old xtand. This
will be a flrst-cluks market in every re-fpi-ct,
as the names ol the proprietors
guarantee a market where the chol;e-t
ol cut meats steaks, roas-ts of beaf, mut
ton, pork and venUon ; together with
niiisage, bacon, etc., 111 be tervetl out
to custoni'TS In h neat and catisfactory
manner. All their old friends or new ac
quaintance are Invited to call and tee
l.vorj Lony to kiiuk mni ino place lu uci
A Kiioolh bave,
A 00d liumpoo,
A fashionable ludr-ciit,
Or all) tiling In that line,
! at the Guam Ck.stkai. Hauiiki!
Mior, comer Kighlli and Coniiucrclul.
8-S-tf J. Uhoikis Stkinhousb.
A.Ilalley has removed to his new
More room, 110 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Ulock, and next door to
the Arab engine hoti'i', where he will be
pleased to see all his old customers and
as many new ones. lK!0-tf
I'mlcrvirnr ! I'liilcrn c;ir !
Ladles' and chlldrens' uuderware, me
rino as well as muslin can bo found
ch('Rer and better at Ilellbron t Well's
than any where In the city. A good ine
iluo undershirt and drawers for boys
only 00 cents ; a good merino' vest and
pants, for ladles, only $1,
.Nnllic or Iti'inin ill.
C. Koch ha removed Ids boot and
shoe shop from the old Hand to his
new brick building (one block below),
No. 90 Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, where ho will
keep the best home made and .St. I.oul
custom made hoots and shoe?, made of
tho best material ; good workmanship
and In the latest styles. All orders
piomptly attended to. 'J-'Jtf-tf.
A So. 1 Liuiiiilry .
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the hundreds, No. 11 fourth etrect, be
tween Washington .c Comnierclil nvoutio,
linn one of tlio hCbt conducted laundry
tabUoliuicnts in tho city, and lamllords ot
hotols and boarding houses nlll llnd it to
their advantage to call upon her.
Her prices are ns follows : Hotel and
lio:trdlnK-hnuso washing, 7fi cents per
dozen, I'oi plceo work prices aro
as follow: Sitiglo shirt und col
lar, 10c; por dozen SOcj socks lie; two col
lars, Be; two hundkerchlcls, fic; vestn 20c;
and all gentlemen's wear, bQc jicr
dozen. I.adlts' dresses, 25 to Me;
skirts 10 to 2(lc; drawers 10 to 16c; two
pair hose Bo; two collars ft to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothes $1 00 por dozen; for la
ill os lino dothos, il 25 per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly delivered, i'a
tronago solicited. S-ai-lm
A. l'lne Stock.
Wm. Klilera desires to Inform his pat
rons and tho public generally, Unit ho has
now on hand a large stock- ofFreneli and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, lor store nml
olllco wear, tho finest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots; ami for farmers.
draymen and out-door wonr generally, his
French Kip stands abovo anything ever
ofTurcd In this market. Ills Lasts aru of
tho latest styles, und ho can guarantee a
fit and sntlsliitiou to nil his patrons.
A Good l'lacw to liny.
A. llalloy's new store Is certainly ono
of the best arranged of tho kind to bu
found In tho city, and what is better, ho
lms bo arranged his prices that inaiiynro
taking advantngo of llin opportunity of
fered to buy stoves, tinware, etc., cheaper
than over known In Cairo. Cull on 1 1 al
ley, 115 Commercial nvenue, next door to
tho Arab engino house. 0-UO-tf.
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hat3, Caps, Boots, Shoos.
W ALDER fa recelviiiK dally a
nnd nulondltl Btocit or itooan,
unci is aotoriniiidu io
NOT CE UNDERSOLD
Hm In rcaolvod to uivn the very bo.it
Koortn for tho very lowest price. Call
und sco Tor yourselves
Corner Sixth Stinotnnd Ohio
WKDNKSOAr, DKCKMHKIt I, lfsTS.
it.VTf:s or Aivi:itTii.V(J.
E3A11 MIU fur wltvrtlalng, nicdur and ny
able !. AtiVAKtK
'Irntnlcnt alurtl$in(; will be Inserted at tlio
rate ot tl 0 pcriqiurc fur tlio drat iuacrtiun
anil yi iiU fur titr.li kubi-ciuent ol!. A lllcral
illacount will be made on standing and dlijday
Ctnircli, Socltty, Kflivl and Sjpr notice
will only I Inscrti-d ai aduTthorcnla
ForlnertlnK Kui.cnil notice tl (O. Notice of
tix-etlnir of eoclctlin or tecict onltrs Ut cinta fur
No adurtlt'inent will bo rccelTfl at leM than
Local BualneaB Notices, of
ten lines or ir.ore, Inserted
in tho Bulletin ao iollows :
Ono Insertion pr line a Cants.
Two insertions per line 7 Onts.
Thrno lnsortlons por lln 10 Cents.
six Insertions par lino 16 Cents.
Two weeks por lino - 25 Cents.
One month por lino ......35 Cents.
No Keductlou will bo made In above
I.ornl tVinllirr Iloport
HtrKnt. Signal Strlce, V.H. A.
J I'll em! lli'ius.
Ruslness was rather quiet o:i the
levee yeterday morning.
Col. It. It. Townes, of Jonesboro,
was In tho city yesterday.
M.S. Baldwin, of Chicago, us at
the St. Charles yesterday.
Sam llruh, of Carbondalc, was a
guctat the St. Charles yesterday.
lion. O us. Klecher, of Chicago, was
quartered at the St. Charles yesterdiy.
Kxehan'e for sale on all the princi
pal cities of Kuropo at Kutcrprho Savings
Jatne Kills, ol Sinltliland, ICcntuiky,
was registered at the St. Charles yester
day. C. I). Artcr oflers his residence, on
Seventh street, for sale cheap. Tirms
liberal. 11 lil-'JOt.
-Mr. .1. II. Illnkley, of the Cairo and
St. Louis railroad, was In the city yes
l'rcsti Iliiltlinoro shell o.vMcrs nl
Hie Plnntei-.' limine. Il-'js.il
A-sorted colors Oranito Taper with
Knvelopes to match, at the Ik'i.urnx
John lialllslier, of .Michigan, was a
,'iicst at the St. Charles Hotel yester
day. Charles U. Cheney and wife, of Chi
cago, weru registered at the St. Charles
Well, what of It? Will somebody
move lu tho matter (ion. Simpson sug
gested to our people':
C. IS. I.ee, ofSt.I.ouls,eiiulnecrof the
navy, was at the St. Charles vestcrday.
He l on his road to I'ensacola, Texaf.
Tho only plaeo lu the city to-get
real bargains in the boot and shoe line
is at A. Black's shoe store. 1 l-UMw
For tent Four rooms,' corner Third
street and Commercial avenue. Inquire
ol Wm. McIIale. l'-M-tt
.Mr. Harry Sweetland, traveling
agent lor the Hotel World, published 111
Chicago, was in tlio city yesterday.
Ladies', mens' and childien's but
toned, fcldo laced and polish shoes of the
latest styles In all qualities at A. Black's.
1 1-27-1 w
Mrs. .1. P. Pcan, of thu St. Charles
hotel of this city, left Cairo on Saturday
lor Capo Girardeau, to recruit her health.
.Judge M. C. Crawford, ol Jonesboro,
was nt tho St. Charles yesterday. He
left on thu. Mm Flsk last evening, for lSv
The Alexander County Iliiuli M'IIh
xeliuiiKon nil tlio priiielpnl ell lew ol'
liiirope, iiml nlleinN In tin collection
ofelMliiis mill cxlnlei, enpeeinlll.v in
Ifalscrl: Koenlgh: Hclse, I'ass Von
.Inscph Alcheii, found, and can be ob
tained at this olllco by paying for this
A. Black Is ollei'lng gre;u bargains
in ladles', misses' and ehlldren'ii shoes.
Ho lias the largest and finest stock in the
dly. 1 1-27-1 w
For men's und boys' underwear, also
men's and boys' hats and cans, Hell
bion & Well's Is tho cheapest phicolu tho
city. A good merino suit for 75 cents.
1'rrhti llulllmoiP hhvll ojhIoim nl
l!tlllllltl'H IIoiihu. I l-'ifS-ll
Tho lSxedslor patent boots nto tho
most stylish und neatlv tltlliiK In tho
market and sold only ct A. Black's.
1 1-27-1 w
--Mrs. C. McLean will sell every mil
ele of hosiery nnd ladles' and chlldian's
underwear she has lu stock, at less than
cost from now until tho first or .January,
as slio Is determined locloso them all out
beforotho new year. fit.
Thu "Truth" of other days, denies !
that sho Is tho "Truth" of tho Cairo
Oaftle, and does this with some Indlgnr.
ttou. - Captain C. C. Knight, of Ironton,
Ohio, connected with an extensive Iron
establlshiiientof that city, wits at the St.
Work on tho levee Is progressing
slouly. Tho contractor Is not a great
pusher; but, then, why should he be lu
n hurry 'i Floods wont hurt him.
Dr. Smith's lecturo last night on
" I'i e-IItstorlc Man" was learned nnd able,
nnd was listened to with close attention.
There wasnlarge audience In attendance.
Boys' call and kip boots of every
quality, at ery low prices, at A. Black'a.
Po not fall to glvo' him a call. It will
fully compensate you. nov27-l w
-.Just received another new supply of
tho"e cheap boys' clothtiignud overcoats.
As this Is n leading article with u, we
mean to undersell the cheapest In the
cl y. Ur.iMiituN ifc Wkh..
The Cairo and Vlnceunes railroad
company Is still at work placing gravel
on Commercial avenue. They put two
ear loads between ' LlgUth and Ninth
20,f)f)0 note heads, '!0,000 envelopes,
20,J0O letter heads, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper Jut
received nnd for nalo at the Bci.mitin
L. I!. Harris, formerly of this city, is
"ruiinlng" for Sani'l. Citpples it Co.,
manufacturers of wood and wlllow-warc,
St. Louis. He Is working up a good
business on his "round" for his liouc.
The Odd-Fellows tp a man turned
out in full regalia to attend the funeral of
Captain Pyas T. I'arkcr. The funeral
was one of the largest that has taken
place In this city for years.
The best black alpacas from 20 cents
to $1 aUo black cassiineru for 00 cents.
JSmpress cloth In nil colors for 50 cent",
and the newest woolen plaids for .'10
cents, can always be found at Ilellbron ic
Well's, 1 12 nnd 1 1 1 Commercial avenue.
George Dougherty, of the .Jonesboro
JiireriMer, .Joe ltobarts, of the .Jackson
county Era and the Southern Illinoman,
published at Carbondalc, anil Hon. F. IS.
Albright, member of the Illinois leglsla
laturc, from Murphysboro, were lu the
At n meeting of the Taylor Literary
Club, held Monday evening, for the
election of olllcer.s, John Hacker was re
elected president of the club ; Charles Ma
son, vice-president ; II. II. Milburn, sec
retary and John A. ltccvc, treasurer.
A party numbering llfty emigrants,
from Grayville, Illinois, took passage
over the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern railroad yesterday for Texa,
where they will make their future
I'reli lliilllmore slivll o.rnlrrs at
Hie I'luulers' House I l-'JH.II'
Miss Flora Van Cleave, daughter of
Dr. Van Cleave, of Centralia, and Miss
ISlla Campbell, of the same place, who
haTc been lu this city veiling their aunt,
Mrs. Stltcs. returned to their home on
A Black guarantees every pair of Ids
custom-made boots and shoe1, and actu
ally exchanges a new pair tor any that
may rip or burst. This I a fact that
should bo noted by every per.-on, espe
cially by those victims ol shoddy goods
made In Imitation ol cu-tom work.
Charleston. Missouri, patterning after
Cairo, and believing that her town pos
sesses a large amount of talent lu the ne
gro minstrel line, gave a performance at
Bridge's hall lat Wednesday night. A
large audience was present, and the show
was a good one.
If not a publlo meeting, then let the
council act net at once, and send Capt.
Halliday to Washington, lie will boa
ood man for tho bushies Is a good
persuader, a good driver, up to things.
and could do more than any other out
side man to get u river appropriation on
its way through Congress.
If you nant an economical heating
stove for wood and one of tho handsom
est stoves in tlio market, with Illumina
ted front, buy, the Improved lSvenlng
Star which took the bluu ribbon at St.
Louis Fair last October, over all others
on exhibition. For sale by C. W. Hen
derson, 101 Commercial nvenue, Cairo,
At the meeting of the Taylor Lite
rary Club on Monday evening, It was
proposed that the members of the club
give a ball. After considering the feasi
bility of the proposed ball, It was put to
vote and carried ; and one week from
next Friday night set as the time for tho
all'alr to eoino oft'. It will bo given at tho
The Grand United Order of Colored
Odd-Fellows aro making arrangements
to give an entertainment at Washington
hall on Christmas eye, and will also have
:t public Installation of ofllecrs of the
lodge, which will tnkeplaco nt 10 o'clock-.
V grand supper nnd ball will follow.with
n general enjoyable time. The commit
tee appointed to make everything in
re.uliness for the occasion are hard at
work to make a lino affair of It.
Tho most economical wear In lino
shoes for ladles, mk-cs and children are
those elegantly inadu extension sole shoes
at A. Black's, lie has a full lino of them,
and charges no extra price. They aro
therefore within tlio reach of everyone,
and overy ono should wear no other kind
of shoes, especially In tho winter season.
Iteineinber they aro sold only by A.
Black, nt the City Slice Store.
An Important meeting of tho direc
tors ol' tho Cairo and Tennesseo Itlver
railroad will bo held on December -Ith, at
Maylleld, Kentucky. Colonel Taylor and
Mr. Oberly are tho directors living In
Cairo, and may, If their narrow-gauge
experience has not discouraged them,
attend this meeting.
John lleynolds, a passionate gentle
man, got up on his dignity yesterday
morning, and began to belalher with his
tongue, another gentleman, when ho was
taken lu charge by Olllecr Lnllue, and
taken before .Judge Bird to answer for
Ids otlenso. After hearing the evldcucc,
Ills Honor nssescd a line of live dollars
and costs ngalnst him, which he paid,
and went on his way, a wier and a bet
ISniTiiit Bui.i.urix: Friends have
called my attention to a communication
published In the Cairo On-.ttte, of last
week, and nlso this week, and signed
"Truth." Those who know mo best,
know It would bo simply Impossible for
such an article to come from my pen.
The Bfi.i.UTi.v and the Sun nrc the only
Cairo papers I correspond with.
llcspeetfully, the Original "Truth."
Miii. IS. C. Foiin.
Cairo, Nov. :!0lli,lS7o.
A negro named Bob Scott got on a
slight bender on Tuesday evening, nnd
lu swinging around the city, got Into tho
house ol a negro woman named ISm Hall.
Scott, during the time he was In the
hoine, drew a roll ol money, containing
seventy-llvo dollar, out of his pocket,
when the womau took it out of his hand,
and a lew minutes after, left the house
nnd went Into a neighboring saloon.
When sho returned, Scott nsked her for
tho money. ISm refused to give It to
him, when Scott left the house nnd In
formed Peputy John Cain, who arrested
ISm nnd put her lu the county Jail. She
Is said to lie a tough one, and Is the same
woman who created the row between the
negro Cnartcnun iiu, mro uttu-im.
which caucd the death of the latter.
Steamer Jim Fisk. I'aducah.
" Ste. Genevieve, Vlcksburg.
l Cons Millar, Cincinnati.
" Arkausas Belle. ISvansylllo.
Tow-boat Cha. Brown, Chester.
" John W. Garrett, Cincinnati.
" Oella, McConnelsvIllc.
Steamer Jim Fi-k, Paducah.
" Ste. Ounovlove, St. Louis.
" Cons Millar, Memphis.
" Arkansas Belle, ISyansville.
Tow-boat Chas. Brown, .
" Coal IIII1, St. Louis.
" Grand Lake, New Orleans.
" Oella, coast.
Tug-boat Come and See Me, X. O.
nivr.n, wkatukk and iil'sinkss.
The river last evening was 22 feet on
the gauge, having risen l'J 1-5 inches
during the previous twenty-four hours.
The weather continues clear and cold.
Capt. Joseph Gllsen of Chicago, Is
lu the city visiting. Capt. Gllsen is in
terested in tlio tug boat service at Chi
cago and, It will be remembered, on the
tug Magnolia now owned by Varble it
Dougherty at Louisville, did service in
saving property lu the harbor at the
great Chicago lire which rendered him
Capt. Doughtery with his tug Laura
Is still here, lie was negotiating with
Capt. Booth, of the J. W. Garrett, yes
terday to take his barges to New Orleans.
The Oella 1 a Muskingum, river
packet, and Is commanded by Captlan
Scott. She ha two produce boats for
The Come and Sec Me skipped out
southward to sco somebody else yoster
day. Mr. Charlie ISspey of St. Louis, will
spend the next three month In the MIs
slslppl Valley Transportation company's
ofllcelu this city.
St. Genevieve brought 20 1 bales of
cottou lor the ISast per C. and V. rail
road from this city.
Mary Ann ha left Louisville tor
New Orleans with 2.10.000 bushels coal.
The St. Genevieve took the freight of
UieTower and Vlcksburg and skipped
out for St. Louis.
Four feet eight inches water is the
best reported to St. Louis, nnd we have no
doubt there Is plenty ot Ice at tho future
great city by this time.
Capt. 15. W. Pitgan is rusticating at
St. Louis and waiting lor something to
Smith Torrencc furnishes tlio hollers
itc. for KlehoiTs new corn mill, now In
course ol construction.
The Snag-boatS. II. Long has gone
back to her snag pulling. igaln.
Light draft boats arc being intro
duced by the Anchor Line, ns thoso of
hcavierdralt are compelled to lay up.
The Arkansas Belle brought a light
Captain Censorbox, of tho Keokuk
Northern Line Packet company, and
Capt. Jack ltauny,ol St. Paul, aro in tlio
city, waiting for tlio City of Qulncy, on
which they will take passage for New
Tho Julia was IS hours overdue
from St. Louis last evening, and tho City
of Chester 21 hours. Low water and
Ice arc detaining them.
W'AH DEI'AIirilKNT. UlVKK ItcroiiT, )
Not. 3d, 1B75. t
LOW WATEII. CUAXdK.
IT. IN. T. IM,
U 0 0
V.I ft s
10 II II
till II t t
6 3 7
Kei'Keaiil, SIkiihI Service, U.S. A.
nSfX'.V AmliL'i' uml White rntr stock
I'llVlllopi'S III till) llUM.UTIN Ollll'O, pi hllct.
50 nml SI 00 por M.
Ilellbron A Well liavo silwuys on lmiul
thu best nml largest (-lock ot Corsets In
the ell v. A nooil eoi'set, u'rey or whlto ut
It pays to tiiiiliiiit Ilellbron & Well, us
they hsivo marked nil their tfoml down
to suit thu times, and havn iilwiiy n larjjo
nnd well selected stock of elotliln'. Wo
Invito every 10 tiM m lf''l! K
Intr pNewline. A (rood caslnut suit for
$0, nl JIniiaiiioN & Wiai..
I'ui- lliu WYclily JlullHlii.
IVisous vUlihii! advertisements or lo
pill notices Inn'ited In tlio Weekly llri.i.i:
ii.v, hhonld hand in thu copy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
VlerirooN nml I'liiiiurM,
Wo oiler nt reduced rates, best black
waterproof, at !K) cents.
Hkii.mkm it Wr.n..
The last chance to get yourrallco dress
grath by buying $7 win III of dry goods
nt Ilellbron .t WelL's.
Wo havu four dozen Imitation ISbony
Spriiguo Can-Opcners, taken for adver
tising, which wu will sell at two dollars
per dozen. Inquire at Bulletin olllcc.
I'll i-m I 1'iir 1
Wo are now prepared to offer great
bargains In ladle' and children' furs ol
all styles, Children's sets, nuiir and
boa, at only $1 n set.
UlIll.llltoN .C Willi..
.HIIIIIICI-.V t Mllllner. I
The largest and bet selected slock of
Millinery can be found ut Ilellbron it
Wall's at greatly reduced price1", consist
ing of lino flower., wings, feathers, velvet,
valour and ornaments. Special attention
It called to our Hue of Ostrich Feathers In
all colon, from 1 to $7, tho largo t in
Adrian II. Muller, Auctioneer.
CAlllO CITY 1'lIOI'ISltf Y STOCK
AT ACC1 ION.
Adrian II. Muller it Son will sell at
auction on Wednesday, December Sth.
1S7J5, nt 12:110 o'clock at the ISxcliange
n.ncs itooni, no. in iroatinj- Xvw
York City, for account of whom it may
concern 10.1 shares Cairo Cllv Property.
Stock-$100each. " 11-20-71
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Bri.i.uriN, unless the
same Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of tho com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
Caiiio Bri.i.inix Uimi'anv.
November l'J. lS7ii. it
Mu. ISntTon Vour Sunday morning
paper states that IS. V. Wilson is to lec
ture In Liberal hall, December
Cth, l!)th and 20th. Please correct In
stating that it is December nth, 12th, V.hh
and 2Gth, hi tlio morning ofcach Sunday
at 11 o'clock, and in thu evening nt 7::i0
November 20th, 1S75.
1000 sheet of britol board Just re
ceived at thu BuLi.ini.v olllcc, and lor
s:)lo to the trade.
City of Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at half
price ($2.50) at the Bui.li-.tin olllcc.
The I'evolullon as a base burning
stove for bituminous coal, needs no pull
ing from the subscriber and It never pulls
(smoke) Itself. For durability, economy
and beauty It cannot be excelled. Call at
my store where I have one In constant
use an 1 1 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 use, and who pro
nounce It superior to any stove they have
ever used. C. W. Ur.NtiKitso.v.
171 Commercial avenue. Cairo, 111.
A scries of lectures under the auspi
ces of the members of the Library Asso
ciation for the establishment ol a public
library In Cairo, will bo held alter
nately at the Presbyterian, Methodl.-t anil
Chrlstalu churches. The following la
dles and gentlemen have kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
" 20, Dr. Win. It. Smith.
Dec. 0, Mis Kate Thompson.
" ill. Hon. Win. II. Green.
" 21, Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
C. O. IS. Gosw, Sec'y.
By order of lSxecutive Committee.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Business honso on I.ovce, lately
copied by Ciinnlnxham & Stllwell.
ltiislncM honso on I.cvec, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Crow, Cole
man A Co.
Winter's IMoek-suitable for Hotel,
Olllecs or Unslncsi rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered !, 7, S and I), In
Winter's How, 3 roonn each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), iyli! .107 rooms.
Cottaj,'o on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 1 rooms $10 it month.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. llalley.
Storeroom lately occupied by llowo
Sewing .Machine Co., on Commercial
avenue, near Xlnth street.
Two small Houses wef-t of Twenty
second Mr-eel, near l'lne, $1 each per
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms.
Store room on I.ovce, above Klghth
street $20 pcriimuth.
Cottagu on Nineteenth street, near
Wellington avenuoatfS Ml a mouth.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
Upper lloor ot brick bullillng on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street,
Hooins lu various parts ol tlm Wty.
number of Lots on I.ovce, above
Twelfth street, outside llru limits. AUo
a largo number of other Lots lu illllerent
Lands, In tract to suit, near Cairo.
i:tiryllilnc loi' (iillilren !
Ilellbron it Well can do better lu the
lino of children's dresses, chrlMenlng
robes, zephyr bonnets and caps, merino
French bonnets and caps, coney bonnets
and caps ; also a lull mid complete llnoot
children's merino and waterproof cloaks
than any ono clo this bldo of Chicago ;
and by oxainlnlng these good, wu con
vince you that wu menu what we my, us
our motto Is small prollt and quick sales.
Ilr.ii.uuo.s t Wki i..
jl H E
A aieR9? Havana, Long Filler,
TEN CTHT CIGAR
THS GOLDEN STAR
tue' ui mu on m usjx tm
Sole Agents, Two Stores, 74 Ohio
Levee, and Washington Ave.
Corner Eighth Street,
TH1 SOLDiN STAR
Read! Read! Read!
Hqvo Reduced their Entiro Stock in both thoir Stores, Consisting of
To a rate nun bcfncoflVre'l In tin city. Sclul nllrntlon In cnllcil to our Clothing llcmrtment,
wlieic j on can Kit : good heavy
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
Ill limm BUY? Q7SW3 WE CAST 88 BEATIH PRICES ORpilMS,
ALSO IK FURNISHING G00D3!
In our Ilry-liooiU Drrartmcnt wollllglie
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
To everybody who hnys In the amount of 6cen dollars.
C'-'vo tu n trlul and we will convince you that we menu what we ay .'ES
IT PAYS TO TRAD 22 AT
HSI1BR0IT & WEIL'S,
142 8c 144 Commercial Avenue.
F. M, gTOGSSFXiETHp
Importor and Wholosalo Dealer in
62 OHIO LEVEE,
Kcopa a full stock of
Monongaliela.Rye and Robinson County
-FRENOH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAM) AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
A Mri 11 unit Over
To Cowperthwalt & l'hilllps to try those
Gold lluckle cigar.
Calico remnant ntO cents a yard.
llnii.nitoN it Wi:ir..
1 12 and 1 1 1 Commercial Avenue.
'I w n iia a it 7 tv
mna-iini i mm m
Will most poillUfly euro imy raw of ilieuin:i
Usui ir iheiiuiutlo Bout, nu iimtU'r how loni;
uliinilliic nn Ihel'ai'e (irihuearlh. lli liiKini In
Wiml itilti'iittin It itof-H llii!Workiuli'kly, llior
uiiuhlv anil ieiiu:iiii'nlly, leaving tnu )lem
stuiii?iiiiil hiullliy Wnte lo any iiiiiiilnent
ierJoiilnVnililiiKliin(-'lly, uml you will hum
Ihut tliunljotu utati'itient Utiue In eiery ciirtlc
ular. Cl) X IlKXfil'.I) CKIM'H'1 0 XI f.B .
WnshlliKlon, H (.'. lHiTinhu".', H7I.
Mesm Ueliihi'intllimX- Hinlleyi
lieiilH : I vi ry i h.i rn.ny '!""''' ".! im
milB'd llliHilimllo lliiiieily Yf' 1 riYK 11 V'j : ns""
Meiiihi'r of L'uiijpvm t l'.i.
WashhiKtou. 1. ., Ainltai, lsT3.
iiifldrA lli'lnlii'iixiliiii .t llonlh'V:
Ui'iiU: For Urn nit tvru ji'iuh my wll'n has
been u Kie.it nillVr Irnin iliiuinallsiu, her ilue torn
Ihlltui; In Klve her lelief, sIhiiimiI three liotlle
liiirunK'K llheuin.illo Uemi'ily, uml u nviiiiamnt
elive wax Hie re.lll. W'M.' II. CliOOK,
"Kxeciltitu Cleik to l'lehlent limtll. "
Wii'.hlnlou, t). C , .Mim-ha, iTS.
In thosiiai-uol' twelve hour my iheiiiualUm
viiHKii. Iiavlntr l.iKen tlnieiloiH uI'Diiihiik'
Khi uimillnlleiiKily. .MylirolhiT .1. II. Cehiiiu,
nl'Ueiirtitil, I'a , wiucurcilhyanlnilhiraniouiil.
.IllUS CKisiN A ,
Jleinher ort'ousiess of I'n.
l'lleuoneilollarn holtle, (irolv hottlea I'nr
iloilnrii. Auk yimviliitsTBUI l'r l)uian'n Ulietl
nuitto lleineily inaiiuliieliniil hy
iiki.i'1u;nm ink .t iikm m:v,
IHiKftt unit Cliejill-t-,
WaililiiKtun, 1. C.
Iiri-Kor sale In ChbiiKo. hy uii Scliiuirk,
MeieuMiii it Itehl, mill J-unl Mr.ltli Co.,
n clay nxmnteMl lulnn nur
Auuer & Drills, 9IOO a ruumii
palj to. (tiHl Agent. Auger Ihk,Ii
free. JIU Auk' Co., fit. ImuU, Mo.
mm mwbi vlWII
- - CAIRO, ILL.
The lli'LLKTiN (irltitltiK
enUihlUhnient inakr it
epcclalty of Dill HemU,
Nolo Hernia, Letter llr.ulii,
Staleinentu, C'anla, lite. IOokat tiic.e iirlcej;
imill slie 1)111 heuiU, per 1UCU 3 M
MeiUnm bUu hill hcuiU, per tliousaml 3 73
All on fourteen pound paper, Cnrlialc mllla,
ruteil two cents per pouml higher than paper
UHil hy any other onleo mini lo onlcr ot the
inllU cupeciully fur IliN olllec,
tiUleiuenln, Carlysle, jierli""' -..$3 on
Leller lle.uls, Curlyile, per HIM 4 5")
Note lleailn, Curlytlc, per UKio 3 on
Viol ting canli per package 75c
lluslin'3 euuU, No. 1 3-ply llrlmol hounl,
per 1000 t'l CO to 4 (0
lliuhu'si ranis, No. 1 blank, per 1000 3 IX)
jiurter-hect, half-iheet, full-ihevt nnd lliree
iheet pouli tt, umt coloreitM'jvk helow St. l.oula
I'liiuphlel, Hook Wolk unU l'llce l.Inli inuile
Correeleil ilully hy J.'. AI. Minrm. runimlMidii
inerelmiit, Swirury of the Cairo lluunl ot
Klour, ni-ciinllni,' lo unule j Wy.i in
l orn, iul.Mil, MU'knl Wo
Corn, while, kiickeil Itio
Dalu, intxnl 4"C
llrun, jiertou 110 W)
Meul.kleninilrliil 3 no
llutter, choice Northern VWifc
iiimer, cniuee ouuieru iiuuoia . iu..;
Kuitii, periloieu -Oo
Chickens, per ilozen J f-U W
'turkeys, periloieu ....7 WklC i
Ajiplei, eholce, -r hanel 3 UU$3 23
Applt'4, coniiiuiii, perhunvl '1 HI
1'iitatiii. iHT barrel 1 M
Unions, tier Uurel 'i U)
"I3V vlrlueof Ihuri-rtnln cxerutlnna tome ill
JDieelnl by thoe.lerk of the cirtult rourt of Al-
exuiuler county, In thu Slate of Illinois, in fvor
m umrifTi u. riiuerini'l vvilliaiu lion, urmm
I). U l'atler & Co. , anil Bunn! Junn Carroll,
i iiHve icvieii upouine niuowiiiKiircriiHniiroii
erty, lu tho llrat iMlilltioii to tho ell or Cairo,
county of Alexnnder and hlatepr Illlnol, to-
Mill Mil IlllIlllH'ltllulJU .J ill miuvk Bunvrin.
twenty-eiKhl M, in Hm property oflhl4
.lame furrow, which 1 ahalt otter it pupl o w
ill Kill mmuwiitl iiuor ui uiu umri bouw hi
city of Cairo, in the county of Alexander ami
BUlu or IIIIiiuW, on the ttunl day of tffV'
A. 11. IsTS. bctwecii the hour of tiw
n m , nml unel or ld dr, for awb, J -Wl'y
tiilil Kxmitlon. AI.BX. . V.V'j'l,
' Sheriff of Alexander IVunly.
Calm, IIU , November 11, Id4- "MM