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AHUAI.ON I.OIIUK, .NO. M.
Knight of I') Milan, tnutii wrv VtU
llltfllt lit lltlll'lllClt SI'M'll. in (Id. 1.
Iowa' Mall l.n. II (Iushmjin,
I ml -j x-uil : t Outer of
r lour, tint In every lluusiluy nlnht
f'oilimcrclul uVeriue, lietwciii Mth um Kctcntli
piiii M-ifii, in mi ir m iii mi
"in ni, r .1 . Kklil II , , w,
UlltO KNCAMI'MIINT, I. O. O. V.. Iinel
Clii OiM'tVlliiw' Mull on the llrst Mul tliiril
I iiumIii) in every luoDth, ul liuir-mnt n-wn
.l.so, II. OiiKltl.Y, C. I'.
CAIHOI.ODUK. NO.ilT.A.F. A A. M.
Hold rri:iii.ir r,miiuiiiiiii.iiniiiii in .uu-
smili' Hull, riii hit (iiuiiiiiri lal avmiic
v:ni'l l:iifhlli utriil. on tliv ti'coittl uikI
bill Hi .Moml.iv of inch iimiilli.
A Jinn Ituii Out
To Cnwpcrth wnlt Ok Phillips to try tln-e
(iolil DiK'klo figure.
Watcrproof-i mill I'luiinc I.
We oiler :it reduced rati"!, bft black
VWllelprool, ill 00 tents.
ilnu.uuo.s A' Wen,.
A. Ilallev lias removed to his
tori-root-!, IIP Commercial IIVCIIUC, 0l-
i rt'i.tc-' HI ."'. ir .xl ilonr to
ll r .li " j -j .1. "ti , V re ho will bo
Vi.'O' ! o ill In i "Ul ou-imncr unit
i ' m.inj ii-w crte-. O-itO-tf
i.-.trvboil)' to ktiov, that 1 lie pl.ieo to
A Mnonth slnuc,
A L'ooil -luiuipoo,
A l.ililon:ililc hair-cut,
Or mi) thing In Hut line,
N Kt till' UltiNIi Ckmii.W. ll.uilimi-
nut, corner Ki'lilli aail Commercial.
0" tf J. 0 count: .SiKiNiloi'.-iK.
I'mliTiiriir I I'mlc rucnr t
Ladled anil cltllilrfiin timlcrivuic, me
rlno a" well it niuillii can be found
iiciperand better at llcllhroii A. Weil's
than any u here In tin city. A good inc
ilno undershirt anil drawers for boys
only bOci-nts ; n good mciino vest ami
pant', lor ladles', only SI.
A tillOtt I'l.H'V to HllJ .
A. Il.illcy'- ni'w store. 1 certainly one
ortho U't arranged of tin: kinil lobe
I ! I In tin- city, anil what U better, he
bus o arranged lili jitlco-! tbat many art
taking advantage ot llii' opportunity of
fered to buy tove-, tiuvnie,ttc.,ehe:ipcr
than ever known In Cairo. Call uu Hal
ley, 115 Commercial avenue, next door to
the Arab engine house. O-iSO-tf.
. l II I' air Itciiiiititt.
( . ICorb has removed Ids boot and
shoe .hop from the old rtand to hi
new brick building (unit block below).
Set. 00 Commercial avenue, between
I lttb and Hxtli streets, where be will
keep tbu bet home made and .St. J.oni
eiuloin made boot- and shoe-, made of
the be-1 material ; good workmanship
and in the latct style.-. All orders
promptly attended to. !J-2:i-tf.
A I'lnc Murk.
Win, Khlcr-, desires to Inform his pat
roiii and the public generally, tbat be ha
t.ow on band a law tock of I'reneli and
dermaii Calf, Kip lind .Morocco, and i
pn pareil to manufacture, lor store and
ollice wear, the llnet of .Morocco or Cult
SMu Shoen or Iioots; and for limners
draymen and out-door wear generally, UU
Vrtucb Kip stand' above anytbln ever
Mliie ' i 'bis market. Ills l.uU are of
i ' .tct't htyle-, and be win guarantee a
- ' Msfatlon to all bis patrons.
Nc .Mem Miirkel.
Jacob W alter? and Chris Antlius two
ol our well-known butclicin have a--o-clated
together and under the linn name
of Jacob Walter & Co., have opened a
meal market on the north -lite of Klbth
idrcct, iu I'hll IIowanN old .-taud. TliN
will be a llrit-e)ass market iu eveiy le
t'pert, a- the names ot the proprietor
Kiiarantee a market where the chol'-'cit
ol cut meat, .-teaks roa-ts of beat', mut
ton, pork and veni-oii ; together with
sau-aj,'c, bacon, etc., will be served out
to customer. in a neat and satisfactory
manner. All their old lili'iius or new ne-
iUalutanees are Invited to call and ee
A . I I.immlry.
It In now conccduil that Jlrs. Coleman,
the Ullliilrcs.", No. 12 fourth street, be
twei'ii WaililiiKton : Conimcrclal aveiiiu,
Ins one of tbo best conducted laundry
tnbllnbuimts in the city, and landlord ot
' otnls and borinllii houses will tlml it to
i '. a U tnt-'i t! c ''.I upon her.
t'n . lc-r an s lio : Hotel uuil
bo dl'i liou. u wathinj,', ,d cento per
du.a-n. Tui niece work tirlrcs are
i follow.', SInj;lo shirt and col
l.-.v lie; per down We; o.'kt fe; two col
tar, nc; two handkerchlefi", fie; vcHs SOe
und u.l gotilleincirii wear, tyc, per
dozen, l.ndle' dresei, 'Ji to Micj
klrts 10 to iOc: drawers 10 to Kic; two
I air lioc Tic; two collars & to 10c. Kor hi
dies' iiluiii clotliea $1 00 per down; for la
.tin. line clothes. SI ir) per doen; done
dromptly, Mid promptlv delivered. V
Thl Is a new style of plcturu now be
mu produeed by Win. Winter, the artist,
of this city. Thet! pictures are creating
much Interest hi all the, principal Kastem
and Western cities, beliiualtoKelher new
They are imllku photoL'raphs, belli,'
raided and benutlfully enameled over the
entire surtaee, soft In tone, but distinct In
the llirhU and shades. No onu who sees
thoni falls to admire, them, or to l-Ivo the
artist an order. Wc havu been shown a
number of pictures of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of tho city, and Imvu no
hesitation Iu prououneltij; tlieia perfectly
splendid. Wo would thcrcloro advise all
who take Interest 111 Bitch mutters or de
slru pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter at
UU gallery and examine his work in this
new branch of tho Miailow-eapturni,' art.
Everybody should call on Ifcllbron &
Well and exiuninu tlielrl'all stock of ladles
and misses cloaks, Jut received from
Now York, beforo going lsowhere. As
w mnko a sneclliltv of these goods, WO
can oiler Inducement.
HKii.unoN & WbUi.
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
- or -
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
IKE, WAI.UKU In ri-celvhu: dully n
J lurKe unit HpliTiillU Htouk or koo,U,
tint Id Uetriiiinu(l to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
lln Ih renolvoil to i?lve tlto vry bent
wochIm for tliu very lowoul pileeti. Call
uiul net lor youmulvei
Coi nor SUth Slniot and Ohio
IMMIUV. IHICCMIlKi::!, 1S75.
it.t rr.s or ,DVi:it i isimj.
t.J'.MI hilli ruru'hrrllshiK, aii'ilurumt pny
al.Ic IN AliVAM K
I mnnlfiil whrrtliiiiiK will ! Ini iliil at lli
rulv r J I iO r iiuri' torthc liiet IiimMIuii
nml .VI ii nl fnr eucli .iili-(iurnt (,nv. A IIUtjI
ilim-oiint will ! iii.i'li! on slniMliiig unit itll.iy
I t-1 1 i iixiitn
Umirli, mm'Ii ly, Ki'ittltid ulnl Silinr notli'H
ill only Ik- liiM itiit u4 win rtlst'iiiiiitn
Kor lii-4-itliiK t'liiivi-ul until l . Nbtleeol
iuh'IIiik nfsixrli m or n-ritt opli-rn unit fur
n il illsrttiOII.
No inhi-itbriiiHit will be m-cl'l nt than
W i villa
p-j, Tm I.ocil BUHlness nonces, or
sft "57 ten lines or more, Inserted
I-- In the Bulletin as follows :
Onu Insertion por lino ft Cents.
Two Insertions per lino 7 Cents.
Throe lnsortlons per lluo 10 Cents.
Six insertions imr line . 16 Cents.
Two weeks per lino "t Cents.
Obo month per lino 35 Cents.
No Koauctiou win no mmio m uuovu
l.ornl Wi'iillier Itrporl.
CAino, I LI... Hie
p.m. ! --
Sprt-'eutit. Signal M-r Ice, C S. A
One -pan of miile and two yoke ol
oxen, al the yarn oi .uoipn wououa,
eoriiT i:ihteentli and Poplar, Cairo.
'I'hi! la-t ebanee to yet yourealieodres
gratii by buying ;7 wot lb of dry good
it llellbrou Uell1..
Calico temnants atO rents a yard.
IIkii.iiiiox it H'i:it..
112 and HI Commercial Avenue.
Attention ! Ileiilers.
Wv have four doen Imitation Kbony
Spra'iie Can-0)euer, taken for adver-
tlslnj,', which wo will sell at two dollais
per doen. Impilre at ISulletlu ollice.
I'iiih ! I'urs !
We are now prepared to oiler 'icat
bargains. In ladies' mid children-' lur. ol
ill style-. Children's nt-', imil)'- and
boa, at only $1 a -et.
iii;ii.nmi. t 1:11..
'I In- 'Hy llnliery.
Mleutlonls called to the card of I hi'
'It v Itakerv. to be found In this Issue.
Mr. Ilebsacker. the proprietor, has tiy
Industrv and fair dealinir. I'stabli-hed a
lueratlxe ini-lnc--. When you want any
thill'' iu his line "lie him a call.
A series ol lour lectures are yet to be
given under the auspice, of the Library
sociatiun, a follows:
Tib Ml-s Kate Thompson ;
llth llou. W. II. Green;
'Jlst Mrs. G. C. Alvord ;
ifsth Dr. Horace Wardner.
I III) lUei'.
lty invitation of Captain Irve Dugait, a
number ol ladies ami "entlcuieu ye-trr-
lay tnorulug, boarded the steamer T. K.
Cekeitforn irlp "up the liver." '1 he-
Kekcrt went to Cape Girardeau to bring
down two bargei, recently ral-ed by
ipt. I'red. Davis' dredge boat. .She re
turned late hut eveuhiLT.
Mllllnri.s ! Illlllner.v !
The largest and best selected stock ot
Millinery can be found at llellbron A.
Well's at greatly reduced prices, consist
ing of Hue Mowers, wings, leathers, velvet,
valour and ornaments. Special attention
It called to our line of Ostrich Feather In
ull color, from $1 to S7, tho largest hi
The New 1'rensurer.
rreasiirer elect John P. Ilely, will as
sume tha duties of his ollice on Monday
t, D iceniber tllh. There Is not a man
Iu the county better potcd In real estate
matters than Mr. Ilely, and we belion
hu will make an elllclent ami faithful pub
1'liu directors of the Cairo and Tenne-
ee Itlver railroad are earnestly requested
to meet at Maylleld, Graves county, Ivy..
on the morning of the lth o! December.
Trains from Fulton Station arrive iu .May
lleld at 10 a. m., a ml I p. m.
It. A. Ni:.u.i:, President.
P. .1, Giii'.r.Ni:, Secretary. Vl-X-'K.
Thu abnvu Is tbfi amount cleared, over
and above all expenses, by the festival
held In Phillls' hall dining Thursday.
Friday and Saturday nights of last week.
Tho money will bu appropriated to liqui
dating the debts of the colored Metliodltt
Kplscopal Church. The meinliers of tho
church have reason to congratulate them
selves on tho success of their entertain
ll.it. ( Tun. Wind.
.n.ii It' C
.- -jstI :.- NK
- I'lic county l iil contain" twenty pris
oners. -Mm. Wood, the colored d.im-el who,
on Tuesday ecnlug hul, relieved P.ob.
Scott, alo eoloieil, of a sum ol money,
was bcfoiu bis honor ludgo Itlul for
trial on Wednesday e cnlng. There was
a plain eve against her, and In default ot
ball she was handed owrlothc tender
mercy ol Jailer I'ltgerald for sale keep
ing until the grand Jury can pas on her
j:er.vililn;; Ian- t'lillilnn!
llellbron A Well eau do better In the
ll.ii- of ehlldreii's ilics-e-. ehrseiiing
robe, zephyr bonnets and raps, merino
Krench bonuels and caps, coney bonnets
and caps ; also a lull and complete llneof
ehildnii- merino and waterprool cloaks
than any one el-e Ibis side ol Chicago ;
and by I'Vaininlug these j;nod-. we con
vince ou tint we mean what we cay. as
our motto Is mii:iII profit and quick sales.
I. neul Slinrt-Hlop.
A new sidewalk is beluj; built on
Poplar, between I'lfteeiith and Sixteenth
Mote rain, and eone(uenlly more
If you want any thing and don't
know wheie to llnd it, :;o to llellbiou .t
- Pull details of n u'raud ueuiion to
Mobile and Now Orleans anil iclitrn will
fijiji.'fir In l,.i,wiri'iiiv' m ll i'i i hi iv.
A little "tiuplcabatiiess" between
sonic eoloieil ladies, occasioned consider-
ible ('sjeitcment on 1'otirtecnth street
ycderday. Ituldf "high words" no
one wn hint.
Sometluie during Wednesday night
burglars entered the Kailroad hou'e at
the corner of Pighteentb stieet and 'oin
meiclal aM'iiue, and .succeeded In secur
ing valuable booty. A gold and a silver
watch and about twenty dollars In money,
the property of a couple of Illinois Cen
tral railroad employes, was stolen. I'p
to a late hour lat nlbl no clue to the
thieves hail been obtained.
Some time during yesterday altcr-
nooii a hoarding house In the lower pari
of tlie city was entered by thieves and
an overcoat bclon-'ini; to one of the
Tlie ,e I I'l-eslilenl.
Our views on the political Is-ues of the
duv are well known, and we now take
occasion to say that wc know ot no bet
ter remedy for cough, cold--, and dU
orders of the throat and luns than
Hall's Itals.-im. It should form a staple
hi the family medicine chest. It has been
tlie staudai d remedy Iu the West for the
hist forty year-. Price $1 00 per bottle
Sold everywhere. w-lt
Notwithstanding the efforts of the po
lice force and the sherilVand his deputies,
il seem impossible to rid the city of the
unii.-ally larjre number of tramp- that
have Infested il for some time past. On
Friday last thirty-live men were made to
bare the city, twenty-tbiee cros.lng the
river on onu boat. Thcio can be no
doubt that while a few of thesi: lellows
are hone-t men and would work if they
could get work to do, the large majority
of them ate thieves and burglars. Petty
thelts have been of frequent occurauee ot
late, and where the thieves have been
caught, they almost invariably turn out
to be men of the cla- above icferred to.
Miiiiii mill I.ine;:nr.
The eoiilirmatiou of the report of tho
Indict meiit of Dave I.luegar and Dan
Muun was the chief topic of conversation
among all classes ye-terd.iy, and vailou;
weiethe opinions expressed, especially
regarding .Mr. l.luegar's coinilieity iu
the matter. "D.m Muun got rich too
lat ." 'M always bad my douMs aboul
Muiiii ;" and like expressions were to be
heard everywhere. I'or Mr. I.luegar
there seems to be a general feeling of
sympathy and icgret that he should have
been caught up In tho mailer; and such
expressions as "well, it's the result of
bad u-sociates," etc., were to be heard on
A "rla eil Out" Tow ll.
.Mm Haley, writing from Corpus
Chrlsti, Texas', under dale of November
imtli, says to Jim Wggs "Indiauola is
played out. There Is not a hotel Iu the
place ; and water over the old cite of the
town all the time. Since the storm, eats
are only i mi from Indiauola once and
twice a week, and people are being de
layed there without any place to stop,
and often unable to get enough to cat.
Don't scud any more people by that
route. The best way to come to Texan
Is by the I. one Star route.
q'here Is no. country
Improves as rapidly
never will get done
sending me here."
in thu world thai
as Texas ; and I
thanking you for
Col. Taylor Is In St. I.oiiW.
Judge Maker will convene the John
sou county circuit court, In regular ses
sion on .Monday next.
Capt. W. 1. llalliday, and Alder
men Wright and ltltleiihousu visited the
work on the new levcu yesterday.
Fred. Theobold was In the eily yei
terday, on his way home wherever that
I-, Fred, moves so often that II is lui-pn-sllile
lo keep track ol'hliu.
Dr. Harm's, mpeiinteudent of the
.Southern Illinois Insane Asylum, ul
Anna, was in tho city yesterday. Wo
were pleased to receive ii call from him.
Wo regret to learn that Judge F.
ItroBi has been confined to his house by
reason ot sickness. He was not able to
attend to his duties cither Wednesday or
Miss Julia, oldest unmarried daugh
ter of Mr. Nicholas Jltiiisaekor, ol Dog
Tooth precinct, Is dangerously III, and It
Is feared will not recover. Itelallves liv
ing In Cairo were sent lor yesterday.
fivw Veur'H Hull,
Neiijahr's-Hall zur JCroll'iiung tier iiciin
Turnhalle, ant Sylovestera bend, den
ill ten Dez., lf75. In plain Fngllsli :
Ntw-Vear's ball In celebration of tho
opening of tho new Turners hall, New-
Year's Hve, 31st December, 1875.
tweeu 11 li
of dry goods
the city. TheT!,l " ""5?
loaded, lltlll theptroat a.nil V.ra.ali.ln.ctoxs. ji.Vonuo,
of goods unpacked, -
Ihelr store, the eust et s . , - , . - . . . .... 1 Q 7
the Immcuvj variety JjL'ItiiLnl1Jl lO I O.
UU eve. and more u
at the prices at wnicii
are sold. Ladies liirnuiiliig g
made In the neatest manner and of
cellciit material, arc ollered as low or
lower than the bare material, unmade,
can be purchased for Iu this city. Many
beaulllul,noeltles In woollen wear.Iadies
jackets, nubias, children s hoods, Ac,
Ac, ate on exhibition. 'I hey have also, a
wry handsome asoi tinent of ladies' and
children's cloaks, in beaver and other
cloths, all ollered at extremely low prices,
Chaile.s Donahue and Willi;, in NeUon
ar.' hard looking euloni(;rs, and for the
last week have been a source of solicitude
to the police. They have been found
loitering about unfrequented pai ls of tlie
city at unseemly hours of the night,
which fact created the suspicion that they
were on the lookout for some place
to break into. Having no vi-llile means
of support, oillccr Andy Cain yesterday
arrested tbeiu on a charge of vagrancy.
Tbcv were taken before bis honor Judge
lilitt, who, imei ii.. -.,.
scs-cd a line of $15 and cost each agalu-t
them. Failing to liquidate they were
sent to the calaboose lor ten days each.
A couple of young men, well-known
to neatly everybody In the eily. had a
slight misunderstanding yesterday morn
ing, which culminated Iu a rough and
tumble fight. One of them had tho other
arte-ted, and lined live dollars and the
usual perquisites, ll U unnecessary to
A attache of the IStT.t.r.i in yeterday
went out to see bow the work on the new
levee was progressing. It was a long and
muddy walk, and It war with considerable
dillieully that the place was reached. .Mr.
Thos. Uagnell, brother of the contractor,
was found ami from him It was ascer
tained that there were then
fifty-live. teams at woik on
the Ictcc. and ten more were ex
pected to arrive during the day from
Grand Chain. A number of ihantles for
the accommodation of teams and drivers
are being put up on thu works ; and If
the weather permits, Mr. Haguell sajs
he will have one hundred
teams at work within a few d.iyg. The
late unfavorable weather hu made the
ground very soft and slippery, and it Is
nearly impo-iblu to work at all. The
horses and mules sink into the mud al-
mo-t knee deep at every step, and hi sev
eral Instance the mules became so faged
out that they were compelled to be drawn
oirtbe work before the day was half over.
Mr. John P. Heley. superintendent of
the work, was on the ground, ami iu
companv with Him the iiit.m:ti.n' man.
went over the entire route of the new
levee. All In all, building the levee
is a verv disagreeable lob, and If the
work docs not progress as rap-
Idly as our eltlen would like to sec
it, the fault must, Iu a great measure, be
attributed to tlie unfavorable condition of
It i estimated that a lngle team will
haul tldrtr scrapers full, or four and a
halt vards ot dirt per hour. At this rate
llfty-llve teams would put upon the new
levee '-', I7." yards per day, provided they
work ten full hours.
On account of the mud and bad
walking we did not go out to where the
Cairo and St. I.ouls railroad company
haven force of men and teams at woik
lint learned from a reliable source that
they are building their embankment to
form a junction with the new levee, irotn
which we take It they Intend, it steps are
not taken to prevent them, putting their
track down on it.
rrouauiy tney will play tlie sumo
game tlie Cairo and Vliicciincs railroad
company did, and put their track down
between a Saturday and Monday, if the
Cairo ami St. I.ouls railroad company de
sire the use ot the levee, let tbeni pay tor
It, and the price of the construction of the
levee Is not too much lor them to pay. It
would be more satisfactory if that road
were required to build IU own embank
ment. It did not keep Us contract with
the Trustees and would not with the
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Hom.kiin, unless the
same Is made on a written order signed
by tUe president or secretary of the com
pany, ami we will accept no orders given
by an employe of tlie company, for any
November 10. 1S75.
vviti:ii s iii.ot'ii.
We will sell, hcrcalter, our goods at
the following prices, and solicit the pat
ronnge of the public:
Family brands, per ian il.l cents.
Standards1, per eau 15 cents.
Select, per can 50 cents.
Select, extra, per can 55 cents.
Tub oysters, per 100 $1 00
Chicago Trout and White..,! 1 ets. per lb.
Came, Fan FMi. 10 mid 1'2 ets. per lb.
Of all description constantly on hand,
consisting of wild turkey, sijuirrris and
Family groceries very cheap lor cash,
Made a spirally. Olveus a trial.
Cheaper than the cheapest.
I'.'-iblf. Wm. Wisri'.lt, Jk., & Co.
"lOMlNINT ADVANTAGES :
toned, sfJEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
'TiIiw'' AUK ECONOMY IN
Wanted A girl to co
Iron In a small family. Apply TplMiini) faVOrim rC'I'mM
Foggltt, corner SeM'iith street and .IcJ V'UWU VUlNiMlli LUUfli
on avenue. l'J-'J-tl
Tlif Alcxiiiiite,' Ciiiinl.v lliililt seIN
exelianue nil nil tlie prlnelpiil elllesol'
Diiinpe, mill ntti'iiits to Ilie rnllc cllon
of eliilnis unit clitics, espec liilll.v in
A. Mack Is ollcring great bargains
In ladles', mUses' mid children's shoes.
He lias the largest and llucst stock In the
city. 1 1-27-1 w
For men's and boys' underwear, al-o
men's and bojs' bats and cans, llell
bron A Well's Is the cheapest phiculn tlie
city. A good merino suit for ". cents.
1'resh Itiilliiiiore uliell o.vslci-s nl
the I'liliilers' House I .-"..l
'Mil- fJAcrl-foi utent lunili mcx (In
most stylish and neatly lining in the
uinrket' a'ld sold only ,"t A. Mack's.
Hoys' call and kip boots of every
quality, at very low prices, at A. Mack'.s.
Do not fail to give liini a call. It will
fully compensate v on. nov27-l w
Just received another new supply of
those cheap boys' clotblugaiid overcoats.
As this is a leading article with Us, we
mean to undersell the cheapest iu the
I y. llr.it.miiiN A' Wi:u..
-'0,000 note beads', :t0,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter head-, 10 reams statements,
'JO reams bill heads Carlisle paper just
received and for .-ale at the I'i i.i.i: i i.n
The best black alpaca, from '20 cents
to 51 also black casshnere lor IK) cents.
F.mprcss cloth In all colors fur 50 rents.
and the newest woolen plaids for I!0
cents, can always be found at llellbron A:
Well's, 1 12 and 11 1 Commercial avenue.
1'rcsli lliilllniorc shell iiyslrrH nt
Ilie I'lniilcrs' llnnsc I l.'JH.If
A Mack guarantees every pair of his
custom-made boots and shoes, and actu
ally exchanges a new pair tor 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 in imitation ot custom work.
ll you want an economical heating
tove for wood ami one of the handsom
est stoves in the market, with illumina
ted front, buy the Improved Kvening
Star which took the blue ribbon at St
I.ouls Fair last October, over all others
on exhibition. For sale by C. W. Hen
derson, KM Commercial avenue, Cairo,
The most economical wear In line
shoes for ladles, misses and children arc
those elegantly made extension sole shoes
at A. Mack's. He ha a full line of them,
and charges no extra price. They are
therefore within the reach of eveiyone,
and every one should wear no other kind
of shoes especially iu the winter season.
Ueinember they are sold only by A.
Mack, at the City Shoe Store.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Huslucss house on l.evee, lately
cupled by Cunningham it Stllwell.
Huslness house on l.evee, near Sixth
street, latelv occupied bv Cross, Cole
man tt' Co.
Winter's Mock- suitable lor Hotel,
Olllces or llushie.ss rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered I, 7, Sand !), In
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (comer), f12 50 7 room.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms 5d0 a month.
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Halley.
Storeroom lately occupied by Howe
Sewing Machine. Co., on Commercial
avenue, near Ninth street.
Two small Houses west of Twenty
second stieet, near Fine, $1 each per
Dwelling house on Twellth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms.
Store room on l.evee, above Klghth
street $'J0 per mouth.
Cottage on Nineteenth street, near
Washington avenue al $S 50 a month.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
I'ppcr lloor of brick building on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth utreet,
ltooms In various parts of tlie city.
number of Lots on l.evee, above
Twelfth street, oiitsulu lire limits. Also
a large number of other l.ots iu dillereut
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
B-fifXX Amber and Whito rag stock
envelopes at thu Uui.i.u i i.N ollice, printed
fit 60s.ind $1 00 per M.
Kxehange for sale on all the princi
pal titles of Kurope at F.nlcrprlso Savings
llellbron it Well havu always on hand
the best and largest stock ol Corsets In
the city. A good corset, grey or whlto at
ll pays to trade at Hiilhrou it Well, as
they have marked all ihelr goods down
to suit the times, and have alwuys a large
mid well ff lected stock of clothing. Wo
Invite every 0110 to call on im before go
ing eliewhcre. A good caslnet suit for
$0, at llmi.mtoN & Wkii,.
i 11 Mallmv).
d?c AND UNIFORM
iclpts of bllllr-.TQ.
Week, and the market
kinds are plenty, ami there is
demand for choice. Uggs seem to be
easy, but there are none In market and
demand I. good. Choice apples are
scarce and iu good demand ; choice lieu
lUvU wontiV sen icuvWty i 1 In round
lols ; common aliples are overstocked ami
dull. Potatoes are In omo request, and
the market Is linn, (i.iiue Is not wanted
until settled cold weather. Flour Is dull
and unchanged ; bay Is plenty and very
dull. There Is very little corn in mar
ket and no demand at all, except for a
lew car ol white al the mllN. Oals are
slc.uly and unchanged ; meal and bran
rule quiet and dull. Hates of freight by
river have declined and will probably
remain at present quotations : 1 7 A and il.
cents to Vlcksburg and New Orleans ;
hay, $1 50; pound freights lo way points
'-0 cents per hundred ; dry barrels, io
aSSTOU!' friends should bear In miiiil
that the pr' ;es here given are usually (or
sales t roi n tlr.-t bands In round lots. I'i
tilling orders and for broken lots it is nec
essary lo ehargu an advance over these
Full stocks and no demand. Very few
sales were reported. Prices are un
changed. We note sales of 'J0O barrels,
$ I :iK"i" IK) ; 150 barrels on orders, St 50
W ; 750 barrels city. J5 50" 50 ; 'i(H)
barrels, $5 000 75.
The market is overstocked and very
dull, eearcely any demand at all ; none
on speculation. Sale were 1 car strictly
choice delivered, $17 ; 1 car timothy de
livered, $1 1 ; 2 cars common mixed, !i; 1
car mixed delivered, $11 ; 2 ears mixed
delivered, $10 ; 1 ear choice delivered,
Hecelpts are light but there is no de
mand. There Is some inquiry lor choice
white at mills, and nonu ollcring. The
only sales reported were 1 ear mixed iu
second hand sacks delivered, I5e.
The market rules llrmaud unchanged,
with plenty ollcring for the demand. Wc
note sales of 2 cars sample in bulk on
track, itil cents ; 1 car tiulena In bulk on
track, ilS cents ; 1 car black iu sacks de
livered, 17 cents; 000 sacks mixed IC
IS cents : 1 ear mixed In bulk on track
id! cents ; 1 car white In sacks delivered,
Dull and unchanged. The demand
continue: light. City meal Is quoted un
changed ; country meal dull and lower.
Sales were 100 pounds country kiln dried
delivered $2 i!5 ; 100 pounds country kiln
dried $2 35; 500 pounds steam dried
$2 50 ; 1 car kiln dried 5-2 10.
Not much doing ; very little In market
and onlv a small demand to fill orders.
We note sales oi l car in sacks delivered
Hecelpts during the week have been
unusually heavy, and the market Is stock
lug 141. The demand Is steady and fair
at unchanged prices. Sales were: 500
pounds choice roll, 252$e; ilOO pounds
choice Northern packed, 2Si!0t: ; 100
pounds choice Northern roll, 27c; 100
pounds Southern Illinois roll, 2.iu; I
packages Northern roll, choice, 27c; 0
packages extra choice dairy packed, 2!c ;
200 pounds choice northern roll, '2ms ; 'J00
pounds choice northern roll, 27c; 10 palls
Southern Illinois., 25c; (5 buckets North
ern, common, 2.12lc; 2 tubs choke
The demand Is not quite o active, but
prices am firm and receipts all taken,
leaving the market bare. Sales were:
100 doen, 20e; 200 doen, 2.ii;20(! ; 200
Most ol the receipts urn In poor condl.
tlou and hard to sell. 'I he demand Is ac
live for choice at good prices. Sales of
10 barrels damaged, r.iS .
Tiu poultry inatket Is overstocked ;lhe
weather Is unfavorable lor ilre-ed, and
live are neglected.
CiiH.'Ki:s Sales were 0 doen dres-ed
bens, $.1 ; I" doen live, $2il ; -1 coops
TutiKOVS Sales were 100 lbs dressed.
12c; 15 dozen live, rn)l2; 2 coops live
gobblers, $12 ; 100 lbs dressed, 12Ju ; 2
coops live gobblers, $12.
Choice apples are scarce and wanted;
common plenty and dull; Sales were S3
bills common, $22 50 ; 50 bols. choice
Wlno Saps, $a 50 ; i!5 bbU. WInesaps.
$2 25 ; 50 bbls. mixed, $2 103 50 ; KI0
bbls. medliiin, $il;00 bbls. choice inlxid,
$; 25il 50; 25 bbls. C.cnetlcns, $2 25 ;
50 bbls. WInesaps mid (icuellcns, $1 Tfltjjl
POTATO US AND ONION'S.
- Onions arc plenty and very dull. Pota
toes are Improving, but slowly. Sales
were: 150 bushels Pcaehblow potatoes In
t...tl. Kii... lfUu...H,.L l..i.liK1.vL iwhi.rtiij
(SucctMoM to John n Phlli.)
Ami I idlers In
CORN, OATS, FIOUK,
MEAL, BBAX, tte.
LAFMN ft RAND P0VPKB CO
fttli Strt aid Ohio
E C. -
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
Steamer . Iiovoo,
" Idlowlbl, F.vausv
Tow-boal Hre,m. I.ouls.
Nail City, St. Louis
itivni:, wi:.tTin:it axi ni.si.vi:si.
The rlyer last evening was 2il feet on
the gauge, having risen I 1-5 Inches
during the previous 21 hours. Thu
weather Is cloudy and mild again, with
a sprinkle of rain occaslonaly and a very
heavy log inee dark.
No news: was received from Liberty
Island yesterday. Tim situation tbero
must be Interesting. There must have
been no less than eleven boils then yes
terday morning, trying to get over.
It was Captain Vrml. DavN ilivdgu
boat No. I that the Kokert went to tow
at DogTooth. The wrecking boat Horace
Is at the wreck of the Mtfry Alice near
Captain Mack's Liberty No. I will,
110 doubt, lay up here for the present.
Captain Joseph Gibson returned to
Chicago by last night's train.
Capt. Hambleton ol Mound City, re
turned front his trip South yesterday.
When we left tlie Levee at six o'clock
hist evening, the Uekcrthad not returned
from her pleasure excursion and tl.e fog
hung over the water so thick that ll
could almot be felt. There were a good
many friends ashore, anxiously awaiting
W'aii Dl.l-AinilkNT. ItlVKK Itll'OIlT,
SrlKiunt, Signal ."-trvlre, t ,sj. A,
1000 sheets of brlstol board
eel veil at the Hi'i.i.r.rix ollice,
sale to the trade.
c'lly ol' Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at
pi leu ($2.50) at the Hl'i.i.KTi.v ollice.
-The Hevolutlon as a base burning
stove for bituminous coal, needs no pull
ing from the .subscriber and It never pull's
(smoke) Itself. For durability, economy
and beauty It cannot beexcellcd. Call at
my store where I have one in constant
use and l shall be happy 'to explain Its
good working qualities, and l will also
take pleasure In referring to many par
tics who liave U In use, and who pro-
iiouiico it ii" lior to any stove they have
ever used. C. W. ll:.vni:i:ox.
17I Commercial avenue. Cairo, III.
JjWryn: nl' riyus T, I'mkiT. iliTi'a.iil.
Ij llii'linilirslKiutl IiutIiik hi'i'H illliit'l Al-
liuiil-lraliirol Ilie k'dluti' nl i'ym I I'aikrr Ulu
of I lit' cuiinty nf Alrxiimli'i' mul Miite nt Illinois,
iliuiinil, lnTiliy utles notire tlmt lie will up
puir ifoii' thu emmty court of Alcxiuulir rnuu
ty,t Oun'ouit linns In Ihf oily of Calm, Illi
nois, in Hit .itiiiiiury lei in. uu ine mini annum)
hi Juiiliary next, lit wlilrli time ull n t'ooin lniv
iiiKCluliiii iiKlntt salil estate urc mitilUsI ami
niiirnttsl to ntti'iul fur Hie iuriosi' of liut loif tlie
nume niljtistt'il. Alt nrsous huli'litisl In Hint e
tntt'iiro ii iili'ti'il to nmke Iniiiuillutc itj metil
to tlie iinilersliiiKt,
DttUst tills anliliiv nf IHceinWr, A. I'. IsT.V
ItOltliltr ll. l l'.NMMillAM,
TO THE FRONT !
Ilebsacker Is nvmrtHl to cup(lv nil who vvUh
llii'.ul, 1 .iki, Ciiiilivtiiinery, i.lirl.lnni- rninl
TnH, iinii 11II iirlK'liH in Ills line. Ksvlul nt
teiitlnii iwi'l to li'lni? unit tlriiuiiieiitlni? Clirl-t-iiiiis
unit New Yeur's (Juke. He U also preiuirnl
In furnish tmrtv siill'r 011 short notirv.
I IV ilrtiicul'ilw certain e.i-.-iillons to mvili
IDrirliil l,y Hie clerk of Ilie circuit eoint of A I
.'.v,i,i. iTouiiiv. in the Mute of Illinois, in luior
ofl'liiii'lrs it i'uliei'ulel VVlllImn Wolf, III 111 of
c. (I. Cutler l.'o. , mul upliist .1 null's l.nuull ,
I lime levied iiimii tlie ritlliiwlnj? il,seiiliil inop-
erty, in the nrat mlilitloii to the i lly or lulru,
county of Alexumli'i' mul Mule of lllluoln, to
wn; I.OI llllllllHTllI line III IMUI K immwini
iweiily-eiitlit (). n Ihe lirorty ofthelulil
luines Cm row, lili'h 1 nlmll olTer ut )iiiilic hI
ut the Miiith-cusl ilonr of Ihe mart house in the
city orUuiro, III Hie couiiiy or .viexuuner unu
bluleof Illinois, 1111 Ihe Hunt iluy of lleeeinlier,
A. II. IS7.V, lietwivii Ilie liniirn of nine o'eliH'k,
11 ill , unit mn-et of uM dr. I'or nili, In nat
l.fy will Kxei'lUioii. ALEX. II. IKV'lN,
Sheriff of Aluuniler County, IlllnoU
Cairo, Ills,, .Noieiaher 11, Is"''. U-VMliI
f,. I), Akin, Culro. II. K. Akik, C!i!t-ao,
L. D. Akixx 4t Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collari, Etc.
103 Commercial Avenua, . CAIS0, UX.
... . win Dim n vmupirit' illicit! Mr(, i
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