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UiiIkM of Pythias, tutcMrwry r'H-
I1IKM M litlll-KUI BCVt'll, in uuu
Hull .Ino.H (lomMAM.
Uianrcllor Commander,
ludeiewltul Onler of Odd-Hl-lowa.
meets every Tliurnilny nlnlit
nl t.nff.lin.l Kftpll. Ill tlielf lltlll Oil
Loinmi-rrtiil im-Mle, lietWM 11 fjlxth ftii Keventll
ulrecM. TJ Khitii, tl.
1AIUO KNOAMI'MKNT, I. . O. V.. meet
Jin Olid-Fellow' Hull on Hip llrntuinl llilril
I ncmlnj In every rnontli, nt )nir-mt ceen
fi t'AIHO I.OIIfii;, NO
llolil tegular conin
' nml KIkIiIIi Mnet, .
CAIHOMMIKt:. NO.'iW.A.r. A A. M.
Commerriul iicnuc
.lifhlli find, mi the ktrimil uml
"oiirtli Momluy ofroch iwmtti.
I'nrtrnIM ninrc."
This Un new style of picture now be
ing produced by Win. Winter, tin rtlt,
ol this city. These pictures arc creating
mttoli interest ill all the principal Eastern
nntl Western cities, being altogether new.
They are unlike photographs, being
raised anil beautifully enameled over the
entire mil lace, foil In tone, but distinct In
tlie lights and shades. No one who sees
them fulls toadinlre them, or to give the
iirtUt an order. We have been chowii a
number of picture of well-known ladles
Mid gentlemen of the elty, and have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. We would therefore advice all
Mho take interest in such inattrr or de
sire picture, to call upon Mr. Winter at
ills gallery and examine his work in this
new branch of the shadow-capturing art.
0-1 l-tf
IMHi't liirnet !
If you want tinware, stoves etc.that A.
Halley has changed his place ofbii'lneM
and can now bo found at llu Commercial
avenue, next door to the Arib engine
house, where he will be pleaded to see
j ou and give you bargains a of old.
CUIerni Clraiieil.
Persons having cisterns needing pumic
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices to suit the time-,
by calling on. I. S. Hawkins, Cro-s street.
I liaye a man and pump employed all the
time for the pnrpo'c. !-KMf.
Kverybody to knov. that the plain; to get
A Miiootb hi e,
A good rhatnpoo,
A lai-liWjnaMe hair-cut,
Or an) thin;: In that Hue,
I at the GllAMi Ck.itiiai. ll.umKlt
illof, corner Kiglitli and Commercial.
Bogr Dr. Sherman, tho grc.U Special
ist,. VXI North Sixth street, ha gained an
enviable reputation in the 'pcedy manner
in which he treats all chronic ill-eaH"..
Sec advertisement for ids great Syphilitic
Kradicator, Indorsed by tlie medical fa
culty everywhere. H-lS-lyr.
To tin- I'ratle.
Choice line of cofl'vo and sugar jti't In,
at the New Yntk Store.
Ilitt-rt-l oil I-ioIIm.
The Alexander Vaunt y Itankielll pay tn
tertit on deposit in the saringH depart'
tncnt. 10-S-lm
HrniiM nl.
A. Halley has removed to his new
ttoreroom, llo Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter' Mock, and next door to
the Arab engine hou?e', where he will be
pleaded to ee all hi old customer and
as many new one.. ti-KO-tf
Xollc e of ItrimiMil
C. K'och has removed his boot and
shoe fhop from the old t-tand to his
new brick building (one block llow),
No. 10 Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth Mreete, where he will
keep the be.-t home made and St. J.oul
eiutom made boots and shoes, made of
tin; bc.t material ; good workmanship
and in the lateH style.-'. All orders
promptly attended to. !Mi.'l-ti.
To llie 'II1m'Uh f 'iiiro.
I would Inform my many friend-. Hint 1
aut xtlll In the iiuitioii hu.-lnc-, nml ready
to attend to all stilec that may oiler. My
Ions cxperiem-n In this hu-lness needs no
coniincnt-itU no experiment on my part,
and parties entrusting uoods to my csre
need not be afraid, as I am no vpiib'' or
novice in the buines.
Spcehl attention Klven to real estate und
out-door aluI, as I lwve never missed inak
ing a (.ale. I). IIauiman, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth rtrect and Comnieielal A v.
A No. 1 l.iiiiiulry .
It is now eonccilod that Mi-. Coleman,
tho hundred, No. 11 Fourth ulreet, lie
tween Wiihlu,'tin A: Conimercltl nvenuo-
has ono of the best conducted laundry is.
tabl.thment.s in the elty, and landlord ol
hotels und boardlui; liou-es will Und It to
their advantage to call upon her,
Her prices aro us follows: Hotel and
lioardhu-liouse wahing, .3 ceuiH per
doon. l'oi nieco work prices are
as follow i Slnslo shirt ami col
lar, 10c; per dozen 80c, iock fie; two col
lars, fie; two handkerehlels, fie; vodx iOej
und nil (entlemen'B wear, Me. per
dozen. Ladles' dresses, 25 to Me;
skirts 10 to '-0j; drawon. 10 to irc; two
nidr hono &u: two collars fi lo 10c. r'or la
dled nlaln clothes $1 (X) per dozen; lot la
,Upj iinn ploihes. St 23 per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptlv delivered, l'u
tronafe solicited. 8-3 1 -lm
A Fine Muck.
Win. Khlers desires to Inform Ills pat
rons and the public generally, that he has
now on hand u large stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and is
prepared to inuuul'acturc, lor store, and
olllcc wear, tliu finest of Morocco or Cult
Skin Shoes or Hoots; and for liinnern,
draymen mid out-door weargenerally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
oJlered in this market. His Lasts aro of
the, latest styles, mid ho can guarantee a
lit and satisfatlou to all his patrons.
JSPXX Amber and White rag Ftoek
envelopes nt tho ltui.i.i'.riN olllce, printed
$11 COniidS 00 per M.
Cure Vutir Hoiite.
Epizootic powders lor horses ami
mules sure cure lor sale by M. J. Me
Cauley. 10-28-lt.
4 f.OTlllMJ.
Walders Clothing
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
I KJ'. WALDEH 1b receiving daily a
I. lur ana plendll stock of woods,
and Is detminlnetl to
Ho Ih resolved, to iflve the vory best
Koods for tho vory lowest prlcou. Call
and neo for youreulvov
Corner Sixth Streotnml Ohio
It l'ILS Ol' aiivi:ki'imi.i.
EJ-All bills for lulrrrtitlliK, an tine uml pay
able IS AtlVA.NCK.
IrannU-nt a"herlUlnR will be IuicNh at tli
rate of 11 10 r'Uan; for the lrt Insertion
and &ciitl fureacli ub'iuent one. A lileral
illsciiiuit will lie irudc on standing anddiiUy
1-ocul notices, biislnejs or ollierwlre, will be
clmrticl ten tents r line for tlie llrst and live
cents for earli ailditlnnal intertion, (countiiiK
lite lluta and iinrfnnl) ! a illscounl wl,l be made
after llilrd In-erlion.
Church, .Society, Fntlvat nd 8Uier notlct
will only be luterled as ailtertlteruents.
For Intertill); Funeral notice l "0 Notice of
meeting ofiocltlieit or eeciet onlers cent for
inch ItKertioli.
No adtertlftinent will I rcceue,! ot le tluin
M rents.
Fit I DA V. XOVKMHKK 5, 1S75.
I.im Hi outlier KfMtrl.
Caiho, III.
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flrneral Ilrm.
Nothing was done In .ludge ilrosi'
police court yesterday.
Captain Fred 1jvN, ol tlie dredge
boat, is at his old quarters at the St.
Everybody went to the parlor con
cert at tlie residence of S. 1'. Wheeler
last evening.
Choice cranberries at the Xew
Vork Store.
The election U over, and John I'.
Ilely is our next trea-urer, and Oeorge
W. Sammous county oomtnlsloner.
The ttpi-copallaiie will give tlie next
parlor conceit of the reason. It Is to
take place, we belleye, next Thursday
Everybody who has nn invitation to
the party at the St. Charles Hotel this
evening miouiii ntieiiu. a glorious nine
U as-ured.
Freights on the Cairo & Vlncennes
road are constantly increasing, and an
extra freight train i now being run every
The Hon. William Hartell, who has
been sojourning in Cairo since last Sat
urday, left for l'inkneyvllle on U edncs-
Cnlversal praise is lavished upun
Mrs. W. l Wright and MIs Annie
I'ltcher for their llnc-ingingat Protestor
Alvord's lecture Tuesday night.
Tlie Alexander County lluuk will
pay lult'i'f.i on iieiiiiN in inc :
iiiK il imrtnieiit.
A paity of gentlemen from Hanni
bal, Mi-ioiiri, are now lying opposite this
elty In a small lulling emit. They are
out on a hunting and lUliing expedition.
Among the prominent arrivals nt tlie
St. Charles jesterday were Oeorge .
Corlis, of Metropolis, O. K. I.aplaue, of
Xew Vork, and John 11. Swift, of Cin
The bill poster for Cole's Xew York
and New Orleans ciicus and menagerie,
which 1- to show here on the I2tli, will
begin operations, we are told, to-mor-row.
.ludge llros and wile left tills city
yesterday afternoon for l'ekin, Illinois.
Mrs. llro-s received word ye.-terday inor-
nil)'' of the deatli of her sister, who re
sided in that place.
The weather looks and feels as II wo
were to have winter. Well. It Is nearly
time. We who have had our Winter
since April, can endure any winter that
may come upon us.
The funeral ot John Marnel took
place from his late ref idenee yesterday
afternoon. The remains were followed
to their last resting, place by a largo num
ber of friends.
Tim stragglers who have been camp
ing out above town for tho pat four or
live days, will doubtless be looking for
more comfortable quarters it tills weather
Hely's majority over the other can
didates for enitniv treasurer and assessor
lu Thebes is 15; in Santa Fe, 20; in
Unity, 2 ; in Clear Creek, ! I. In Goose
Islam! precinct itedniuugot a majority
ol 11.
Glumly lluuk and John llnrrli wero
up before Judge Mi d yesterday for fight
ing on WediieMlay, mid wero lined tlvo
dollars and eods each, which they
couldn't pay, ami wero tout to Jail for
four days.
Mind horses are bad critters to leavo
In thu streets. Ouu attached to n spring
wagon canto near demolishing thu vehi
cle by ntteniptlni: to gel under the Blde
walk ou an tip-town street, yesterday af
ternoon, iKm'l fall to attend thu party at thu
St. Charles Hotel to-ulght. U is tho
"Urst of tho season," and will bu highly
enjoyable. A splendid string baud and
oxcellont caller have been engaged for
the benefit of tlie lovers of dancing, mul
everything Is in readiness for a glorious
Mr. Jittues Cheney mid Miss Mary
Smith were wedded tit lite Hough and"
Heady hall last evening, In the majeure
of a large number of frlendsXfler (lie
eeicinony, an in aiieuuancir jomeu in a
mery dance.
The alarm ol lireVounded yesterday
afternoon was ianeil by ilatues being
discovered in lliwn's hotel, comer of
Seventh street and Washington avenue.
The lire was put out before seilous dam
age wa done.
We are pleaded to stale to our readers
that Mrs. I.N II. Cunningham, who has
been ill for several weeks, Is recovering
Jilt former good health very rapidly.
Mr. Cunningham's little child, which hns
been seriously 111, Is also recovering.
Tlie members of thu May I'l'k the
atrical company, who have been staying in
Cairo idnce last week, got into a dllll
culty among themselves on Wednesday
nlirht, and broke up. There was consid
erable excitement about the Arlington
during tlie fracas. Thu two leading la
dles of the concern left for the South
Wednesday night.
Some forty ladles and gentlemen,
from Kentucky, Illinois MUsourl and
Tennes-ee. stopped at the St. Charles yes
terday. They canto to Cairo to start
with thu excursion partv which left ye
terday over the St. I.ouU, Iron Mountain
and Southern railroad, for a trip to
Mr. Thompson, late a member of the
I'lsk theatrical troupe, ha offered ids
services to the Taylor Literary Club in
drilling them for a theatrical perform
ance. He lias in ids possession manu
script copy of several good plays, which
he has placed at their dlpoal. The
elub Is now considering the feasibility of
his proposition.
Thomas Dawson was up before Judge
Mrd yesterday for raMng a disturbance
with John Mirk. Thomas attributes
Mirk's hostility toward him to the fact
that lie would not sell potatoes for two
bits a bushel, when they were worth
more. Thomas and John are running
opposition to eaeli other In felling
country produce from wagons. Thomas
was lined live dollars and costs.
Ourfccnior lias just found out, since
he, in company with Judge Mrd and .Mr.
Satford paid the public schools a visit,
how totally Ignorant lie Is. He declares
that it he ever delivers another lecture,
lie will take for his subject, "Education
from an ignorant man's standpoint." He
lias beenndyl-ed not to attempt such nn
address, as other people, as well as him
self, would then have an opportunity of
seeing how dumb he really is.
"Citizen," lu a card published to-day,
suggests that hereafter tlie ladies and
gentlemen who lecture before tho Library
Association, announce through the pa
pers their subjects. He says he knows
of severa! who would have attended
Prof. Alvord's lecture had they known
his subject was to have been "Teleg
raphy." Wc alo think it will be money
lu tlie purse ot the as.-oeutlon to make
known the subjects of lectures.
And now the question arise, will the
Cairo it Vlncennes railroad company
comply witlt the ordinance parsed by the
council on Tuesday night, prohibiting
them lrom Using steam on certain por
tions of their track between the hours of
7 a. m. and 0 p. m ? It Is said by parties
who are well pocted as regard? the char
ter of the company, that the voteeat lor
the passage of the ordinance was not suf-
llelent in number to compel them to put
aside steam power.
Wc know tlie Council is as wNe a
there is any pressing necessity that a
Council should be; but we can't
believe that even our Council can
adopt an ordinance in tho manner It Is
said the Council did adopt what Is called
the steam motive ordinance. The vote
iiiioii tills ordance. If any vote was taken
upon it, uml the record docs not show
that such a vote was ever taken, stood,
upon a call of the yeas and nays. 5 for to
fi against. The Mayor voted, and thus,
it Is claimed, the ordinance was adopted.
But tlie Mayor had no right to vote.
Tlie charter provide, that "the concur
rence of a majority of all the members
elected in the city council" shall be nec
essary to the passage of an ordinance.
The Mayor Is not u member of the City
Council In tlie sense in which It is u.-ed
In this provision of the charter. It
certainly was not the intention or the
law-makers to give lo tlie .Mayor tlie veto
power and a vote upon the ordinances
subject to veto. Thu legislature never
intended to say to the Mayor: "You
may vote for or against an ordinance. If
you vote against an ordinance, and it is
carried, you may veto it, and then it
must be passed by a vote of two-thirds of
all the members elected to the City Coun
cil, and you must be counted as a mem
ber hi determining how many members
1 of the Council constitute two-thirds."
The construction Mayor Winter ami Mr.
Linegar, his legal adviser, have put upon
the charter goes to this extent. We nre
satisfied this construction will not stand,
anil that the bill for "the steam motive
power ordinance." was defeated, not
passed, at tlie last meeting of tlie City
A NUKIt't-NlitHI.
Eniroit Bi!lm:tin : Thu writer would
suggest to tho managers of tho lectures
now being given lu this city for the pur
noo of establishing a public library, that
tho subjects be announced of those yet to
bo delivered. Wo tiro led to oiler tills
suggestion from tlie fact that several of
our Actpmlntuuces, who do not hold sea
son tickets, and who did not intend to bo
present at any of thu lectures, were In
dnced to attend thoso that havo
taken place on learning of their
sitbieets. Wo know of several
parties who would havo put hi an appear
unco at Prof. Alvord's lecture had they
known that ho was to have spoueu on
Telegraphy. Wo think that If tho sub
lects tiro aiinouneed through tho columns
ot the dally papers, the society, under
whose auspices tho lectures aro being
delivered, will put money In Us purse.
Ilely i:ii'Heil Treusiireriuiil Aer.
Tho following tabulated statcinciiTIs
from an unofficial source, yet can be re
lied upon ns correct t
I'llECIM n.
i i i E s
2 s
"V I I.I 47 TH"
71 07 SO
i'V" si"' "i" V"
IS K 9 7
10 10 'JO 37
11 2 4
S 0 4 I
317 2 in i'O
Hoiltli Cairo
N'otlli Cairo
Santa Fc
(onie Islsnd.
'I lieliet
Clear l.'retk
I)o(f Tooth ,
TolnU.. ....j
We have no regular returns from Santa
Fe, but learn that Mr. Ilely had 10 ma
jority In that precinct.
C.UItO, It.!.., TllfltsluY Evbnino,
November I. 1875.
The weather, that never-railing source of
pralfc cr complaint, has changed at last,
utid we are now expel lenelng n fair sam
ple of the dreary days that usually make
up Xoveiuber, "thu dreariest month of
all the twelve." The mouth opened very
pleasant and continued ho until about
live o'clock Wednesday evening, when a
cold rain set In that lasted nearly all
night. To-day was cloudy and raw, and
clo-ed dark und gloomy, threatening
more wet weather.
The market is gloomy and Nicies?,
without material change in anything.
Flour is heavy and dull nothing doing
on large stocks ; prices have readied the
bottom. Only choice timothy hay Is
called for; offering of mixed at$1213
were not taken. Corn Is plenty and dull ;
no demand at all. The demand for oats
Is very light and Is confined to choice
Xortliern. Corn meal Is plenty mid very
dull at $2 CO. Ilrau sells very slow at
$13 50. liutter is unchanged. Eggs are
quiet tit lS&lOe. The poultry market Is
glutted; receipts of turkeys have been
large, and tlie market is now over
stocked. Choice applea are in demand
and scarce ; common are plenty and dull.
ffirOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are usually for
sales from first hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots it Is nec
essary lo charge an advance over these
The market rules heavy and very dull;
the movement is. very slow. Prices have
reached the bottom and can go no lower
without sacrifice. Stocks are large and
demand light. Sale were 200 barrels,
S3 75(2,7 ; 150 barrels, SI C07 ; 600 bar
rels, city, $5(5)7 50; lOObatrels on orJerj,
$5 50" 50 ; 200 barrels on orders, $5(0;
:0 barrels, $3 25f? 75 ; 200 barrels,
S-i 50Q7.
There Is some inquiry for choice tim
othy but everything else is plenty and
very dull. Offerings of good mixed hay
at !2iiiJ delivered are without buyers.
We note sales of 1 ear choice mixed de
livered, $15 ; 1 car "gilt edge"' timothy
delivered, $19; G ears choice mixed de
livered, $15; 2 cars mixed delivered, $13.
Several cars were offered to-day but
not taken. The asking price is 5Sg,30c
for white in sacks. One firm report a
purchase of several thousand bushels
Missouri white corn to-day at 12c, to be
delivered in January. We have to report
sales to-day of 2 ears mixed in bulk on
track, 52c.
The demand has fallen off, and tlie
market is well supplied. Very little in
quiry and little selling. We note sales of
1 car white In sacks delivered, 4iai I car
Southern llllnoiSfin sacks delivered, .'15c;
1 ear choice Northern mixed in sacks
delivered, 42c ; 1 car Southern Illinois in
sacks.dellvered, :i"e; 1 car choice Galena
In sacks delivered, 42c ; 2 ears Southern
Illinois In bulk ou track, 33e; 3 ears
bleached in bulk on track, 33(3Mc; 2
ears lialena in bulk on track, 30c.
Quiet and dull. Prices are weak and
declining ; market stocked. Wo note
ales of UK) bbls. steam dried delivered,
Plenty offering for the demand. Sales
are very slow. The only transactions
we have to report were 1 car in sacks on
rack, $15.50 ; 1 car corn bran in sacks
delivered, $13.50.
1U I rl.li.
Hides firm and unchanged. Prices nre
steady at last week's quotations. Tho
demand for choice is about equal to tho
upply. Wo noto sales of S packages
choice Xortliern 2S30c; 0 packages
common 20c; 10 buckets Southern 1111-
iols25c; Ul packages choice Xortliern
!0o;300 pounds choice Xortliern 2bc ;
200 pounds choice Northern 2!iu; 200
pounds choice Southern Illlnlo3 23c.
liie market is well supplied and quiet.
Prices have a tendency to weaken. Quo-
atlous to-day wero lS19c. Wo have no
sales to report.
Plenty and no demand; in fact tho mar
ket is glutted. e note sales ol 2 coops
$22.23; 2 coops old hens,
l lilllU'. l .-.
Receipts have been large and tho mar
ket Is a little overstocked, bales wero
coops choice, $9 ; Scoops choice $S10.
Choice are in good demand and scarce.
Common aro plenty and dull. Salws were
70 bbls. common, iji.io; ou nois. choice
$3.25 ; 1 car load, $2.25 ; CO bbls., $2.10 ;
30 bbls. common, bl.u.
Plentv and dull. Wu nolo sales of 15
bbls. oranges, $7.
for Unit or l.euNc.
It Is thu desire of Mr. Edmund llueftier
to sell or lease the Planters' House, for
ono year. This Is ouu of the best paying
establishments In Cairo, and Is furnished
with the tlnest mid best acecotniiioda
tions. For terms, apply to Mrs. Huef-
ner, i
at the Planters' House, Cairo, Mi
1 1-2-1 w
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
Is Once More in the Field to tell all Clothing Buyers that they
are still buying
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of the Best Style,
No goods that smell of powder of the war of 1812 ; goods well made
and sponged, only for sale fits guaranteed, as we are already known for
such. Others fight competition of that kind with "shoddy" goods, made
by second hand dealers. Keep your eyes open. Listen to no stories that
sound like "soft soap" as it's a very poor merchant that cannot defend
his own business.
A trial is what wo ask to mnko customors out oi'you all. Wo don't ask your patronugo on account of be
ing "friends" or old Cairoftcs (as wo havo boon known here lo ! these manv years) but to save von the
nlmighty dollar. The timo for paying for friendship is gono. Our stock
in tho city, at prices to suit all.
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 11,000 acres of
unimproved Lauds lu Alexander county.
"Wlntcr'a Block" and "Winter's
A large numher of desirable Resi
dences, and excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses and residences.
Ilu-'iness house.on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross Cole
man & Co.
Winter's lllock-suitable for Hotel,
Otllce.s or llulne.-s rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1, 7, S and 9, In
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 507 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 1 rooms.
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied Uy A. Halley.
A desirable Cottage on Poplar
street, near Thirteenth street.
TJpper lloor of building next to Com
mercial (Waverly) hotel.
Two small Houses west of Twenty
second street, near Pine, $4 eaclt per
levelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, lor $12 per month.
V number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside lire limits. Also
a largo number of other Lots in dlflercnt
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Tu riiriiierH nml Fruit Urowrr.
Wo wiH to iulorin the fanners and
fruit growers of Pulaski and Alexander
counties, that wo have on hand at our
kilns about live thousand wagon loads of
lime slacked by the pnt damp season.
Wo will furnish It free to all (or putting
on land or around fruit trees ; for other
purposes 10 cents per hu-hel ; till we ask
is that parties using it for agricultural
purposes will please advie us of tlie re
sults lo trees and land. Very respectfully
Ul.l.lN I.1MK AMI HOCK Co.
A Sinn Hun Over
To Cowperthwalt & Phillips to try those
Gold IJttcklo cigars.
Pwrl I.Wt.
Steamer dim Flsk, Paducah.
" Sllverthorn, Evansvllle.
" Capitol City, Vicksburg.
" Fleet Wing, Ohio Itiver.
" Fannie Tatum, St. Louis.
" T. T. Illiman, Naslivlllf.
" Acme, Cincinnati.
" Ilobt. Young, Evansvllle.
Tow-Boat A. J. Baker, Mound City.
" Kentucky, Aurora.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Pndueali.
" Sllverthoru, Evansvllle.
" Capitol City. St. Louis.
" Susie Silver, New Orleans.
" Fleet Wing, South.
" Fannlo Tatum, Memphis.
" T. T. illiman, Nashville.
" Acme, New Orleans.
" llobt. Voting, New Orleans.
Tow-Boat Kentucky, Memphis.
Tho river last evening was 5 feet 10
1-S inches on the gauge, having fallen 3-5
of an inch during the previous 21 hours.
The weather Is cloudy and cold. A
heavy rain fell nlghtbeforo last, and there
was a fair prospect for snow last night.
Business fair.
The Illiman brought a lot of Iron for
St. Louis.
The Susie Silver left here drawing
six feet large.
Capt. Fred. Davis' dredge boat Is laid
nn at Shawncetown.
Tho circus boat Fleot Wing passed
hero going South to exhibit.
Diver Hiram Hill has brought his
dredgo boat Charlie Hill to tills port.
Tho Robert Young is a neat little
stem-wheel boat, and will run between
New Orleans and Shreveport.
Tho Kentucky Is u tow-boat, corn
meal mill, hominy mill und corn-sliJller
combined. Slio had two bnrges of cab-- (
huge, kraut, potatoes and sundries for
inako war on high prices.
Farnbaker, The
-Memphis, and goes from that port to the
St. Francis river, where Mie will remain.
' She is from Aurora, and belongs toCupt.
Stkameu Thompson Dean,
Vicksuuiiu, Miss., Oct. 31.
KniTon UEi'unLiCAN : We pass hero
to-day lor New Orleans with 9,830 sacks
cotton seed, 2,050 bales cotton, 1,348
sacks oil cake, 14U bales hay, 100 bar
rels onions, 12 sacks teed cotton, 10 tons
sundries. Chuck full of cabin and
deck passengers. This is the champion
sack eed trip. I believe, that hns ever
been made. Yours,
.Nov. I, 1S7J.
St. Louis
Shawls and Cloaks of nil the late
styles ranging from tlie cheapest to the
tlnest. J. IJurger & Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, nml
are able to undersell any house In the
city. Call and be convinced.
Don't fall to fee that handsome Hue
of Ladles' Ties and Ulbbonsat J. Burger
& Co.'s.
Those who need whiter boots .should
call on 11. Jones, Commercial avenue.
His stock ot French and Domestic calf
skins is the bivt in the market.
Our Domestic Department is complete
lu all its details, and wl'.l be sold cheaper
than ever. J. Buufimt & Co.
For Embroideries ..ud Laces, go to J.
Burger & Co
No. 121 Commercial :ne-
R. .lone, the Commercial avenuo
boot-maker, can furnUh you with the
best pair of boots to be found In tho elty.
Ladles, misses and children's under
wear at very low prices at J. Burger &
Tim finest stock of dress goods, con
sisting ot Casslmercs, Empress Cloths,
Diagonals, Mohairs, PopVm. ut J. Bur
ger & Co.'s, 124 Commercial avenue.
For great bargains in Flannels, call
on J. Burger & Co. They have tho best
aborted stock in tiie elty, and sell theui
at astonishingly low prices.
If you want a good Custom-made
lady's or miss's shoe call on J. Burger
& Co.
PARTMENT. J. Burger & Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and those contem
plating keeping house, to their large
stock of entirely new carpets and oil
cloths. This is their first season In that
Hue, and are coulldent of suiting all in
the latest designs.
For cork-soieti boots or shoes, go to
R. Jones, tho Commercial avenue boot
and fchoe maker. He is a first-class work
man and never falls to please.
A very largo assortment of German
town yarn, Bermali zephyrs, and every
article appertaining to this department
In nil shades and colors, at J. Burger &
Flue, neat and stylish box-toed
stitched boots and shoes are ninde
specialties by R. Jones, tho Commercial
avenue boot and shoe manufacturer.
Give, him a call.
J. Burger & Co. have now on hand
the most elegant stock of 2 ami 3 button
Kid Gloves ever brought to this city, ami
nre determined to sell thcin at remark
ably low figures.
A scries of lectures under tho auspi
ces of tho members of the Library Asso
ciation for the establishment of a public
library in Cairo, will bo held alter
nately at the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Chrlstalu churches. The following la
dles and gentlemen havo kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Nov. 2, Prof. G. G. Alvord.
" 0, Dr. G. G. Parker.
10, Dr. II, Wardner.
23, (To bo filled).
20, Dr. Win. R. Smith.
Dec. 0, Miss Kate Thompson.
13,IIon. Wm. H. Green.
" 21, Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
C. O. E. Goss, Sec'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
mine u&Wrm?.
I lulnfour Wo,.
. ! moot 1
SBffl paid lo aood AfvnU, Auger book
of Fine Uudcrwear, the largest
1'lty of Cnlro,
colored and varnished, for sale at half
price ($2.50) at the Bulletin office.
Attention I Dealer.
We have four dozen Imitation Ebony
Sprngue Can-Openers, taken for adver
tising, which we will sell at two dollars
per dozen. Inquire at Bulletin office.
Wc have this day sold to Mr. Louis II.
Myers our entire stock of groceries and
provisions. Jfe will continue tho busi-
nese at the old stand, No. 113 Commer
cial avenue, and wc would heartily rec
ommend him to all of our old customers
both in town and in the adjoining
country. Stkwaut & White.
Oaiko, III., Oct. 28th, 1875.
Having purchased the stock of Messrs.
Stewart & White, It Is my purpose to
replenish It at once ; and with a complete
assortment of staple and fancy groceries
I hope to receive n liberal share of public
patronage. Louis H. Myf.hu.
10-30-1 w
ComiircMied cnt Xollcc.
I have tills day secured the solo agency
for tlie sale of Gall, Flelschman ic
Company's compressed yeast, either
wholesclo or retail. Dealers can
lie supplied at any ami all
times by calling on me. This Is the only
yeast of the kind hi market that is gen
uine. W. L. Bristol, 32 Eighth street.
Cairo, J Oct. 25, 1873. 10-28-lm.
Xew Went .larkel.
Jacob Walters and Chris Authiis, two
ol our well-known butchers have asso
ciated together and under the firm name
of Jacob Walters & Co., have opened a
meat market on the north sldo of Eighth
street, hi Phil Howards old stand. This
will be a llrst-elass market In every re
spect, as the names of the proprietors
guarantee a market where tho choicest
ot cut meats, steaks, roasts of beaf, mut
ton, pork and venison; together with
sausage, bacon, etc., win txs serveu out,
to customers In a neat and satisfactory
manlier. All their old friend or new ac
quaintances arc invited to call and see
them. 10-30-tf
For Kent.
A good oflice room, up stall's, over
Farnbaker's store, lately occupied by
Huse, Loomis it Co. Apply to
ll-2-3t. R. Smytiie & Co.
Head! Head t
Look at these prices, offered by O. Hay-
thorn & Co., for 10 days. Wu mkan hus-
iness :
Boys' now style Alexis ties $ 1 90
' uoou v inter uoois -j w
" Custom-made Call Boots.... 3 75
Youths' Good Calf Boots 2 00
Men's Custom-made Calf Boots... a 00
300 cases Boots and Shoes at astonish
ingly low prices wholesale and retalL.
O. IIaythohn & Co.,
101 Commercial Avenue,
10-29-10t. Cairo, Illinois.
I'ar Siilv.
The Delmoiiico Saloon, with ten-pin
alley, shooting gallery, and all fixture
pertaining to the establishment, tor
terms of sale, apply to
10-20-tf Mns. Annie Coyne.
l'oiiirviid YeMit.
We have now the agency for this yeast,
the best In use, made by Tauszky & Co.,
which we shall receive fresh dally by ex
press, wholesale, and retail, at New York
Store. 10-20-lOt.
I hereby notify ",0 business men of
this city, and public at large, that I will
not bo responsible for any debts con
tracted lu my name, unless mado by me
personally. Mns. Annie Coyne.
for Kent.
New cottage, 0 rooms.jori)er Seventh
and Walnut street, ofiipled at pres.
ent by Mr. Whiter. Will bo vacant ou
Monday, Nov. 1. Rent $22 per month.
Apply on Scvouth, second ddor from
above house. 10-30-tf
SKALF.n UiU will be relveJ bjr the un.tef
llrnul rllv ..I CmlfO till Ao'OlOCkU.
m.. TiiMiUy, Nov Mb. for tbe construc
tion ot nuout oim miie hi S'.YT IzT.
In tlx northern mrt of bl city. Bus will be
Krt foTilloniofaf" fepr 'or thy
1 work. The Mlu it' win iv wn 3
kpecllfotieoi wM bemu o JvgK'
jov.nilrMti,t the oflice of JU&JH?
lie t nilonwu -i m ". , r," VJi The eltr
to roe. ryroet to Jjn.'H
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