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H. MAEKAN, M. I,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OHc 140 Commercial avmni. Residence corner
fourteenth SI. aud Washington avenue, Cairo,
It. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornti No. 1S Commorclal Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Strocu
TK W. O. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-EI(jhtli Street, near Commercial Avenue,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With tho Widows' audOorpnani' JIu
oil Aid Society,
JJlNEGAR & LANSDEN,
' OFFICE-Xo. 113 Commercial Avenue.
(JAIRO CIT1 FERRY CO.
THREE IsglQ. STATES.
On and after Monday, June 1H, tho boat will mako
the following trips:
Foot Fourth ot.
H a. m,
10 a. m.
2 p. m.
H a. m.
8:30 a. m.
10::) a. m.
f)::)0 a. m.
ft a. m.
8 p. m.
5 p. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. in.
JOn METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII
The Elegant Sidcwhcel Fasscuucr Steamer
A.J. BIRO ..;.....Clcrk.
I.oavoa f'rft itvprv nftArnnnn nt 3 n'r.tnrk. for
Vaducfth. Mctronolifl aud way landing. Kor
freight ur pannage apply to SOL. A. SILVER
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS MISCELLANEOUS.
JRS. C. MCLEAN,
Una without a doubt the llncst line of
Millinery and Fancy Goods
- "'"iu (UiB wj auu "'
They Must bo Sold at
Tke Ladles arc requested to call and cxitmino
Fi-ioos Will be Made Hiitisfactory.
KKillTll STREET, NEXT DOOR TO STUART'S
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
(j AV. WHEELER,
a Dealer In all kinds of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Wusliintou and
70 OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dust by measures lining exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a (Jut, ,
SEALED IN TINT BOTTLES.
Try It aud Bee lor yourselves.
yO PINT TICKETS OtNE DOLLAR!
Cash on delivery of ticket.
Qt D. WILLIAMSON,
70 Ohio Levee.
1 Dealer In
Boat Stores and Groceries,
opkn Niairr and uay.
- Trtft Dairy and (lilt Edge Butler, Oysters and all
kinds of fruit wlra in season, ou lianaanu nelly.
tfd promptly at rldeawi free
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KXTKHKD AT TlIK POST OKWCK TN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTKU.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Horning: Daily in Southern 1 lliuois.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
See notice of lust red pocket book in
"small adil." column. ,
Fresh Mobile oysters lit Sproat's tliis
morning, in bulk and in cans.
The fine steamer City of Alton will be
at the landing to-day, on her way south.
Fresh Mobile- oysters nt Sproat's this
morning, in bulk and in cans.
No paper was ever guilty of copying
from the Cairo Argus, giving credit or oth
erwise. Fresh Mobile oysters at Sproat's this
morning, in bulk and in cans.
The neatest things wo have seen are
the "Peace makers" tho oysters boxes at
the new oyster saloon, 50 Ohio Levee.
Dr. J. A. M. Uibbs the newly elected
commissioner ot this county, was in the
city ycslerday and called on TnE Bulletin.
Have you seen those oyster boxes at
50, Ohio Levee. They are regular peace
makers in the family. Take ojie home.
Put fifty cents in the contribution box
for the benefit of the Mound City sufferers
by purchasing a ticket to the Theatre
Take them home with you, one of
those boxes of fried oysters. You can get
them at 50 Ohio Levee next to the Iron
Mountain R. R. office.
All good temperance people and every
body else smokes the "Faultless,1' by F.
Korsmcyer, wholesale tobacconist, Sixth
street, near Levee.
If you want to see the editorials ot the
Cairo Argus seek for them in the "Blossom
ing groves and flowery fields" of its
Judge Bross, chairman of the judiciary
committee of the Grand Lodge, left this
morning for Galesburgh, to attend a meet
ing of the Grand Lodge at that city.
squire l'omnson will leave the city
Saturday to attend a session of the Grand
Lodge of Odd Fellows as representative of
tho Alexander lodge and Cairo Encamp
In front of Cundilf's grocery, about
supper time, last night, a hungry tramp
"took in" a side of bacon and officer Wims
"took in" the tramp. lie will come up for
A charge of vagrancy was yesterday
preferred against ono P.w. Powaii. it
was tried by Squire Comings and the evi
dence being insufficient to convict In'm, lie
Doctors are to guard human life and
bring relief to the sick. So.does Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup; it contains nothing injurious
and is always reliable. To be had at all
drug stores in our city. Price 25 cents.
"Til 15 Bulletin must be kept up in the
style in which it was conducted by its pro
prietor and founder, else it would cease to
boTiiEBui.LKTix" I Argus. Yes; it would
go driveling and pottering along like the
The Catholic ladies'-fair at Temper
ance Hall next week is meeting with un
bounded success in way of sale of tickets.
No efforts will bo spared by the committee
in charge and the financial result will be
We assert, and a number of ladies will
bear us out in the assertion, that there is
nothing so perverse, stubborn, determined,
frightful as a mooley cow bent on going
over a crossing no matter who or what is
in the way.
Owing to the fact that two of our
"tramp comps" left us without warning
last night we are unable to give to our
readers the usual amount ot local matter
this morning. To-morrow we shall again
appear with a full local page.
Babies ought fo be well taken care of;
their system dues not allow tlir slightest
neglect. If your baby suffers from Colic
or Bowel Disorders, procure a bottle of Dr.
Bull's IJaby Syrup, a simple but always
reliable remedy. Only 25 cents.
Mr. A. Marx desires to say that so soon
as his rush of business will permit, he will
fill the space inTiiK Bulletin- reserved
for him, in a well worded nnd entirely
truthiul advertisement of the best clothing
store in this section of country.
An individual, we have forgotten his
name, but will call him John Smith, was
up before Squire Robinson yesterday for
having been beastly intoxicated. John
acknowledged the "corn" and the Squire
accordingly "socked" it to him to tho tune
of one dollar and costs.
Mr. Mat Fulton left the city on yester
day evening's truin. His objective point is
Apple river, but hu will not skip tho other
towns along tho main lino of the Illinois
Central railroad. Ho goes for the benellt
of ids health and in tho interest of N. B.
Thistlewood & Bio.
Harriet Felds for resiiittng nn officer
was taken before Squire Comings tor trial
yesterday. After hearing all the evidence
in tho case tho Squire wns strongly tempted
to impose a heavy fine, but hi consideration
of iier age, sho being an old woman, he
imposed a fine of only five dollars nnd costs.
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER
Tho two brick buildings near the
comer of Fourteenth street on Ohio Levee,
for a number of years tho property of Mr.
Pat Clancy and Mr. Dennis Deviue, were
sold yesterday at public sale, Mr. Dick
Fitzgerald buying tho Clancy property aud
Col. S. S. Taylor the Devine property.
Harry Walker will tender a grand
complimentary benefit at the .Theatre
Comiquc to-night, to tho Mound City suf
ferers. The ticket office will bo placed in
the hands of a committee of citizens and
the net proceeds will be donated to tho re
lief fund for Mound City. The performance
is worth the money and the cause is a good
Mr. Fultou's family vacated the house
on Tenth street yesterday, and are com
fortably settled in Winter's row. Mr. J. W.
Stewart moved in as Mr. F. moved out, so
that the house did not remain untenanted
a single night. Mr. C. Harvey will oc
cupy the house vacated by Mr. Stewart.
There is not, we believe, an empty house in
Burglars took a tuau at the auction
house of A. AY. Pyattfc& Co., Wednesday
night. They gained an entrance through
the rear window of the store room, and
emptying drawers, show cases and shelves
of their contents, selected the best of ev
erythingready-made clothing, revolvers,
pocket knives, razors, etc., and then "silently
stole away," carrying off about sixty dol
lars worth in merchandise, but no money.
St. Jacobs' Oil having come to my
notice, I determined to try some for Rheu
matism, which lias troubled me more or
less for the last two years, and I find St.
Jacohs' Oil all that it is claimed to be. I
use a little, as I feel the effects of the old
complaint coming ou, and in it there is
instant relief; so I do recommend it to every
one that is troubled with Rheumatism.
Samikl Dickson, GOO Ilewes St., Brook
lyn, New Y'ork.
A. Lohr is handling the Blatz beer in
this section. He says that having been
urged to keep Milwaukee beer, he de
termined to keep the best and place it in
every saloon in the city, and lias succeeded
in doing so. The sale of this celebrated
beer, so we are informed, has increased
this year 80 per cent, of sales of last year.
As an evidence W the revival of business,
Mr. Lohr informs us, the present demand
for his soda water is greater than he can
Tickets for the benefit of the Mound
City sufferers can"' be had at Paul Shuch's
drug store, E. A. Buder's jewelry store,
Taber Bros'., jewelry store, William Alba's
barbershop, Shuch's cigar store, Pallacc
Clothing Store, George O'Hara's drug store,
New York Store, Herman Myer's cigar
store, Planters House, Arlington House,
Louis Herbert, St. Charles' Hotel, Dan Fitz
gerald's saloon, Pat. Fitzgerald's saloon,
Phil Snip's saloon, Barclay Bros'., drug
The friends and acquaintances of the
late John Holmes, present at his funeral
yesterday afternoon, nt the Presbyterian
church, completely filled that large edifice.
The services were solemn and impressive.
The procession from the church was headed
by a band playing the funeral dirge. Fol
lowing the band enmo the Knights of the
Mystic Krew, the members of the Delta
City Fire Company, and the friends ami
acquaintances of the family of the deceased.
The procession numbered not less than four
hundred persons, nearly all of whom at
tended the remains to their last resting
place in Beech Grove cemetery.
TEMPERANCE MEETING LAST
The hall of the Cairo Reform Club, last
night, printed a spectacle long be remem
bered by those intereted in the object of
the club. The hand-bills circulated
during the day announced lour
prominent speakers for the evening, viz:
Mr. H Clay Sexton,- Chief of the St.
Louis Fire Department; Mr. Rob't R.
Scott; Col. Cieo. Babeock and Chas. Nye,
Esq. The two first, only, wer'e preent.
That the reputation of the speakers was a
sullieieiit guarantee for the people gener
ally, that thej would be handsomely enter
tained, was amply demonstrated by the
immense number that tilled the hall.
The first speaker Mr. H. Clay Sexton was
introduced to the audience and received
with applause. He was followed by Mr.
Robt. R. Scott. Each spoke for about an
hour, and during all of the time command
ed the close attention of their hearers. The
speeches, weru earnest nnd culled forth re
peated applause. They had the ling of
Impassioned eloquence Inspired by deep
rooted conviction. Wit, anecdote and senti
ment abounded throughout. The audience
was in full accord with the speakers, which
was shown by their repeated plaudits. Al
together the speakers did excellent work
and we only regreat that, owing to unex
pected shortness of printers, we can not
give a synopsis of tho speeches.
Col. Geo. Rabcock and Charles Nye,
Esq,, who were advertised ns two of the
speakers, although much desiring to speak
to our people, found it impossible to attend.
After receiving a number of new signers
the meeting adjourned at 9 :il() o'clock. At
the meeting of tho club to-night new at
tractions will he provided.
Elegant Ladies' Cloaks opened to-day, at
Smart's popular dry goods house, We offer
a Cloak elcgitoitly trimmed for 00, equal
to any $0 00 Cloak in this market.
C. K. Su'ART, Eighth St.
The Cairo Trices Current,
Office Washington Avenue,
Thb Caiiio PnicKS-CimuKNT l published every
Tuesday and Friday from tho ofllco of Tint Caiiio
Ilru.KTW, and la Intended to give a true report of
the condition of the market on day of publication,
and the publisher trusts that full aud complete
quotations will be glveu by the business men of ttio
TERMS. One cent per copy. On all orders of
25 or more, of sarAo date, the subscriber' name
will be printed without extra charge. Orders for
extra coplea must hu received by II) o'clock A. M.,
on (lav of publication.
Cairo, Ills., Thursday, Nov. 13, 187!).
The market is generally quiet and is a
little weaker in staple ai tides. Stocks are
full in everything excepting corn.
The weather is excessively hot lor the
season and packers have suspended opera
tions, but are buying and feeding all the
good live hogs iliat are offered paying 2J
to 3 cent for them.
FLOUR The market is weaker. Hold
ors are firm and transactions small.
HAY The- market rules steady but not
quite so firm. Receipts are moderate and
the demand has fallen off.
CORN The new crop has commenced
moving through, but little of it has reached
this market to date.
OATS Steady and firm at a slight ad
vance. MEAL Steady nnd unchanged.
BRAN Very quiet.
BUTTER Choice is scarce and iu steady
demand nt good figure.
EGGb The demand continues active
and prices firm.
CHICKENS Active demand for all re
ceipts. APPLES The weather is too warm. The
market is overstocked and fiat.
POTATOES Flat. Receipts are large
and nothing at all doing.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The urirea here mven are lor pule from
first bands In ruiind lotn. An advance is
chureedfor broken lots in filling orders.
a') bbla Varlonn
f 0X21 .V
.'! curs Oonil mixed
v! cars Hed Tup, Choice
-. tars ll"d Too
.i cars l'rlme Timothy
cars Chuicc Timothy
rnra-eillt EJi'ti". . .'
2 cars white In bulk... ....
1 rur mixed iu bulk m....
1 J i )
1 cars choice. In hulk ..
1 cars llnht. in bulk..
.'1 cars choice bulk
i cars choice. Iu sucks..
I V) libls Citv.
JUO bbls C ity .
1 car, ir sacks.
500 lbs. Southern Illinois
H pk-s. choice Northern FX
fi lbs, Illinois Choic e
WO Mis. fancy Northern
lbs Choi NorileTi) Hull..
10 pkjrs. choice Northern
10 coops of old lieii" :
S coops mixed
& coop! mixed
100 bbls. ffitn y III n l):tvi
Joo " choice Varietif"
N) " Wine Sup
sa " fancy Koine lii'iiutv
S3 bbls. cliolce Wine :ip
... 1 UiJJIM
loo bus . P. It. In bulk .....
.'pObbls Choice I'. II
100 bbls. Pcitchblow
!i Tierces Country
:jO Hue lifts
A) Keys choice
,1iOO lbs. Shoulders
aooolh. llama, canvassed 8.O..
11000 His, Clear sides .
f 1 TO
.$10 00tO &
Peachea, halve and quarter ur,n
Apple, brlKlit 45
. 1 M)
. ...... ...... ... ,
lry rum hi
Dry Halt.... 11
(ireen tta.l 7uirtl8
siioop PulU.... , , 10$il
THIS SPACE BELONGS TO
A. MARX, Clothier,
He is too Imsy to write
(iood l.i-af ,
. $ ; fvr 4 oo
. 4 n.'-t, f ml
, s ftnii'i ii
,. 7 I'C'MS oo
..115 IM.i.-jO III
, . 7 Ui 7
RATES OF IT.EKiliT.
Nkw Oiu.eas Flour l i
drain, etc tfi
Mkmi-iiis Flour :m
Way freights bnlow Memphis, cent per
hundred; !a cent per bbl
If you want a good dish of Oysters served
in any style, or a hot cup of coffee, go to
r)0 Ohio Levee, next to I. M. R. R. office.
Open day and night. Families supplied by
the can. Selects 50 cents, mediums 40
cents per can. A. T. DiT.acn,
HOUSEKEEPERS, ATTENTION !
There are only two weeks left in which
to secure useful and ornamental articles for
yqnr kitchen, previous to our holiday dis
play. We show new articles o:i our 5 ami
10 cent tables to-day. We also show on
our 25 cent counter new and useful articles
never shown before in this city. A vi-.it of
inspecticn will amply repay you.
CHI. Stcaut. Eighth Street.
MRS. S. WILLIAMSON
Invites the public to call and examine her
stock oftrimmed hats and other millinery
gUjds, notions and fancy articles, which she
will exhibit on Thursday. Friday arid Sat
urday of thisveek.
LOOK AT THESE PUK ES.
Real o-trieh tips. 25 to 50 Cents apiece;
feathers and wings, io to 15 cents each;
50 trimmed hats, at 50 cents eah; 50
trimmed hats, at 75 cents each; children's
cloaks. $i 00 to $2 00 rac i: ladies' and chil
eli's begins, 00 to 75 cents: stocking,
5 to 25 cents; handkerchiefs, .5 to 25 cents.
A large stock of Price's perfume, and an
entire new stock of jewelry at
Mi;s. S. Williamson's.
WHERE WILLI (.;.
To get a good pair of Roots or Shoes made
to order, from the very bet tiatciial? (Jo
toll. Jones', Commercial uvenue, Atheneum'
building. Workmanship and satisfaction
guaranteed. No fit. no pay. Prices to suit
PIO'S-FEKT, SPARE RIBS, ETC.
At the packing l:"t;-e of Hinkle
Moor on Commercial avenue, pi's feet,
spare ribs, back bones, and other trimmings
in large or small quantities are for sale at
very low prices. New bird lor family us-,
invites special attention.
OYSTERS IN ANY STYLE.
Harry Walker has just rec eived a lare
assortment of Fresh Oyters. and will serve
them up in any style. You can go and get
them any way you want them. The cystcr
counter is under the management of
" A NEW SCH EM E.
A line silvejjjfc'a set will be drawn for at
Tieheman's billiard parlors o:i Christmas
eve. Every person paying for a game of
billiards will receive a ticket entitling him
to a chance in tlr; drawing. Tickets can
not he obtained in nnv other w.iv.
FOR Till: LADIES. '
Mis. S.Williamson has a complete assort
ment ol zephyrs, slipper paterns, canvas,
etc., also an immense stock of Buihings,
very fine. Ornamental vases, hanging
baskets, balloons, etc. Li dies ready made
underwear a specialty. Herstock of fancy
ribbons is the largest and best iu the city.
Rortree's Duplex Corset and skirt support-,
ers, all numbers ami prices.
Sec our stock of Ribbons, Dress Trim
mings, etc., before buying elsewhere. We
guarantee to save you money. Nu aut.
Old time Pit ices nt the barber shop of
J. George Steinhoiise, nn Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bank. Good barbers,
easy chairs, sharp razors,' clean towels, etc.
Shavo 10 cents, haircut 25 cents, shampoo
25 cents, and other work proportionally low
Remember the place.
A fa von to a pick FitiEND. If you have
a friend suffering from any disorder of the
Kidneys send them a package of Kidney
Wort, and you will mako them happy. Its
great tonic power is especially directed to
these diseases, and it quickly relieves tho
dUtress and cures tho disualu.
a better Advertisement.
A t.itKAT itKMKDV. The Kulney-Woit ad
vertised in another column is a wonderful
discovery. It acts energetically on the
bowels and Jvidncys at the same time, and
so cures a host of diseases caused by the
inaction of these organs. If you are out of
tlx. buy it at your druggists nnd save a doc
It has wonderful power on Bowels, Liver
and Kidneys! What? Kidney-Wort.
A Skakch Warrant allows an officer to
go through your house fiom cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsay's Hlood Searcher is war
ranted to uo through your system from top
to toes and drive out ail blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimpics,
&c, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonio.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name' is on the bottom of the wrapper
R. E. Sellers & Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros Agents.
S.wi: yocu, ciiii.dkkx. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonfu.1 given to a child of Mr.
Bribery's, expelled, 2.'U worms ia fur
hours after taking the medicine. Benj. Ly
tic, "Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years o! 1. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold ),y alb dreg
gists. Price 25 cts. It. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular, Barclay Bros., Agents
Advertising cheats. It has become so
common to write the beginning of an ele
gant, interesting article and then run it in
to some advertisement that we avoid a!!
stub cheats ami dimply u,n attention to the
merits of Hoj) Hitters in as plain hone,!
terms as possible, to induce people to give
them one trial, as no one who knows their
value will ever use anything else.
SMALL ADYKKTISK.MF.XTS. "
flr lines each or.w,t be published for-,
oM,'tV';rv l"V,r""tJ ' 1 I-'"; :i month. it;,
it rha .t;,.. t . per month. Hack ndditlot.s.'
Ilh". SriM.t., Situation, wanted free.
. . . , , , FOR RENT.
A I inn-h-d I.H,iro-jiii. Reference required r
pam. iih,!- Inquire on the premises. .VHT. Tet.ti
... , LOST POCKET IlHOK
A I' "In red p.Kk..tb..ok.eoiit.sninira p':iin no!,'
w ' i ,,t,lV,,1,i1lill,1"' ' :v -nth. The fuo!. i.
I. berew:,r,!ed by ItHMi, ,t MTlIK II. i.iktis
Mis. iiAiooTTX Em-
., , , Tl LET.
Lire" bedroom.-furnished or unfurnished M.e
ui.'e. iront room, two Mna,.r room.. K..r farti . r
pailicii,arseu.Uire(f MRS. A. A. 1HRREI.I.
ARTIsT S I'RoiTfsT
v'-n'r".' 0f Y' l'""''"'""'"' less than $IS iMearf;'
, J" "'HRly for Sill IHI c.eh. or The fo,:rr,.r
l ' HTee i-.n.Mt ,,.. I... ...... .... . .
. i.n.nire ni I us 111 I.I KTIN I'itnlerv
0. vKiisan.lpiirclui.(.rs ..f Real E-tate m Cain,
should be H,ire they have u L.,M1I ,,t. i " ,'
prepand to liiruish abstract, at reasonable rite.
'Mice In Court IIon-
A ..ne.of NO.-.(dl,!o cup aud lower cv
partly worn, but suitable for poster or pro-rauime
'V1'' ""-'ll-h letters" and
J auie' Mil and complete, without h)lac,.. .llt(1
The W'liialori farm In pub-ki ,'oiintv. on the bank
'! h Ohio river, ami J mil., rrom R. II. tatt,
M i acre ol acre, under fence. Orchard of about
l.i acre. lliis alrsiiiedw ellliM.Mpf li rooms, tiooil
cistern. At a bargain. Applv earlv.
. -M.-I. lKiWl.EY', It. E. Agent
i n TTATTCi
J. T. WARREN & CO.
01- & GO W. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried and cauned Frulta aid
Yeetablea. Canned, drledaud suit Fish, pick
les, Sauces, Oils nnd Condiments. Soup
etufl's, Buklim Powdcra, Rroutid and
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps. Seeds, Jollies, Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Gro
Stock unparalleled In the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUEL, ,
M All XJUi'-'rwIAitentslbrUiosaloofour
respertablo. Good, X "ft1 W""V .