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Knights of I'ylhlms, uwcta every rl
fUytilxht t luilf-pMt ttxta, m Odd
Fellow"' 1 11 1 Jo. II. GoiflMAM,
Chancellor Comnwiidtr.
iVr.fcXANDF.lt LODGE, NO. 214.
luaeittnutnt umcr oi ixiutci
(lows, metU txrry 'tburmlar night
at tiair-tiiat ncvrn. in tiicir nail on
Coiwuerdat nvwure, uttwreti Sixth nni 8renth
tlreet. J. Mm, n. u.
1.UIW) KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. K.. mw-tf
v,i OJd-Kclliiwi' Hall on the (1ml ami lliltd
litcylii In every month. t lair-pt ttxvn
J0 It. OliaKIA, C. 1'
CAIItOI.ODai:. N0.237,A.1 A A. M,
. Ilnlii rrtrulnr cuminunlontloni 111 Ma
, .nlc lUll, corner Commercial araiue
anil i: vlit Mrcot. on the Bf,ouu aim
utittn Jlor.ilav ofeorji mourn.
'Portrait Glncm."
ThU Is a new stylo of plctnro now be
ing produced by Win. Winter, thu artist,
of this city. Tlicvj pictures are creating
iinich Interest In all the principal Eastern
and Western cltlei;,lclng altogether new.
They ure unlike photographe, lx:lug
ralwl and hcnullfully enameled over the
entire surface, soft In tone, but distinct In
the. lights and shade?. No ono who sees
them futln to admire them, or to give the
firtlat mi order. Wo hav been MioWll a
number of rtctt t" of well-known ladles
nnd gentlemen of the city, and have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. We would therefore advise all
Who take interest In such matters or de
sire picture, to call upon Mr. Winter at
his gallery and examine his work In tliN
new branch of the shadow-capturing art.
9-1 l-tf
Uoii'l I oret !
If you want tinware, stoves ctc.,that A.
Halley has changed Ids place or business
and can now tie found at 115 Coinnierclal
avenue, next iloor ,to the Arab engine
house, where ho will he pleased to see
5011 and give you bargains a of old.
Clatrrn Cirimnl.
Persons having eUtcrns needing pumii
lng out and repairing can have It done
promptly and at prices to suit the times,
by railing 011 J. S. Hawkins Cross trcet.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for the purpon1' 0-10-lf.
Everybody to know that tho place to get
A Miiooth Ume,
A Rood tUanipoo,
A fithtonable lulr-eut,
Or anything In that line,
1 at the GllANti Cbntkai. IJAIlBKn--nor,
comer Eighth and Coinnierclal.
J. Ur.oitn- Stkinhousk.
HaT Dr. Sherman, the great .Special
ist, 500 North Sixth street, has gained an
enviable reputation In the speedy manner
in which he treats all chronic disease'.
See advertisement for hU great Syphilitic
Eradlcalor, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. D-18-lyr.
Intvrvkt m Deposit.
The Alexander County Hank will pty in
tereil on dtpotlti in the taring depart
nent. 10-3-J in
A.llalley has removed to hU new
dtorcroom, 113 Coinmerelal avenue, oj
poslte Winter's Mock, and next door to
the Arab engine hoiu-e, where 1m will be
pleaded to tee all his old euitomer and
as many new ones. 9-150-tf
Notlrr if Itfiiiimil
V. Koch has removed hU boot and
fhoe dliop from the old stand to his
new brick building (one block helowj.
Xo. 10 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth anil Sixth Hreets, where he will
keep the best home made and St. I.oul
custom made boots and shoes, made of
tho best material ; food workmanship
and In the latest styles. All order.
promptly attended to. 9-23-tf.
To the Citizen of Cnlro.
I would Inform my many friends. Hut 1
in ttlll Id the auction luutnc, and readv
to attend to all sale, that may offer. My
I311K experienco lit this bunlueis needs 110
eoiniaent i.ls no experiment on my part,
mid parties entrusting Bod to my can
need noi be afraid, at I am no ''duuib'' cr
novice In the buslncsn.
Special attention given to real estate nd
out-door sales, as I hive never mimed mak
ins a sale. I IUhtman, Auctlouovr.
Comor Sixth Urcet and Commercial Av.
A -No. 1 Laundry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
tho Itundrcift, p. 12 Fourth street, be
twreu Wiuliiiih'ton A ComniercUl avunune,
hai one of tho liert conducted laundry
tabllklitnnuts in the city, and landlords ol
liotcli and boarding bouses will ilnd it to
their sdvanta0 to call upon her.
llor prices are ai follows : Hotel and
hoarding-home wuuIiik, "ft cenin per
dozen. K01 piece work price ore
. 11. K I I .1.1... .ml Ant.
119 !UIIUW; piwuia run, vw.-
lar, 10c; per dozen fiOc; sockn rx;i two col
lars, Be; two handkerchief, Be; vests '20c;
and all Kenllemen'a wear, 80c. per
dozen. Ladlo' drcucs, 23 to 60c;
skirts 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to IBe; two
tmlr how Be; two collars 5 to 10c. r'or In-
die' plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; for la
dles tine clothes, 1 2ft per dozen; done
drotnptly, and promptly delivered. I'a.
tronage lollcitcd. H-31-lin
A Flue Ntoek.
Win. Elders desires to inform Ids pat
rons and tho public generally, that ho has
now on hand a larjro stock of French and
(Jcrman Calf, Kip and Morocco, and is
prepared to manufacture, lor store and
oflleo wear, tho finest of Morocco or Calf
Skill Shoes or .Hoots: and for fanners,
draymen and out-door wearj:ein;itilly, his
French Kip stands above nnythlng ever
ofl'ered In this market. Ills Lasts aro of
tho late.it styles, mid ha can guarantee u
lU and saturation to all Ills patrons.
iSyXS. Amber and White tup stock
envelopes nt tho Bulletin office, printed
$3 60 nnu 81 00 per M.
For e)le 1Umo.
A No. 1 sccoii'Wiwul. seven octavo
piano, us good as now, manufactured by
llallet & Davis. Is ofl'ered lor bale at it
bargain. Apply to
K.A. Buiinktt,
lO-iU-lui. , Bulletin Olllcc,
Walder's Clothing
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
IKE. W ALDER la receiving dally a
.1. law and aplcndld stock of Kooda,
and la dtiUirmlund to
Ho la rcsolvml to itlvo the very beat
trnmi Tar tun vurv lowest nricea. ub.u
uiid aee for youraelvon.
Corner Sixth Street and Ohio
. . Ievco.
katkh or aivi:htinixm.
t'J-AII 1IIU forailtettltloff, are due and uiy-
Tntiilfit admiring will belnMrtrd attlit
rale of II 0 Lrinnre fortlic flint fnnrlion
and to tcnU fur each tib'i'. nt one. A liixral
11tcount will tie made onktandlny and Iltjilay
Wat nutlet, tUtlneai or ollierwUe, will be
charged teu tenia )er line for the Orst and fire
cenla for arli additionnl Inrrrtlon, (ciuntlnR
Are llur and unpaid) n llcotint trill be made
uftir tli I nt Insrrllon
Umrih, SKlly, Kcjllval and &upr uotlrea
will only be Inwrtvl as adrertivmenta
I'or lnirtln(C Funeral notire II 0, Notlreof
imetliiK of aocletleit or tecret onlcra ' ctnta for
each ltuertlnn.
No advoitlt'iiKiit will lie rwlvt't at le than
Local or Roadtnir Notlcen, of
t In th Bulletin as followa :
ve unci or more, lnaertea
One Inaertlon Der Una .......-lU Centu.
Two innertlona per lino IS Centa.
Three lnaarttona per line 20 CenU.
blx lnsuitlone pur lino 25 Cents.
Two weeka pr line .UO Centa.
Ono rnontn par line .. CO Oanta.
Ho Koductlon vl.i lio made In nbovo
I.urnl Wruttier Ilrport.
Caiiio, I-l, Nor
JtAif. J Tnr..
) 1I3 10'
.ll, 6
Wi.id. I Vr.L.
II '
2 p.m.
llalnfall ,l incho.
Fertrant. Signal ienlce, U. !i. A.
;eiir:il Iteuio.
Head Ilellbron it Well's new adTer-
tiicmcnt on tho second p;ij;e.
Dm ruin that has threatened us for
several days, c:iui yesterday.
That Odd Fellows' sociable, we are.
told. Is to come oil two weeks from last
Tho motto of Ilellbron A Well is
Quick salts and small prollls."
1000 sheets of brlstol board just rc-
cclrcd at the Ulli.i:ti.v olllce, and lor
sale to the trade.
Major Winter, It U sild,ill leave
for a trip to St. Louis to-day . What will
become of us while huN gone?
Charley Dilay. of the commission
ami auction house of I'nrkcr A Axley.
left for Chicago last night.
'I lie AlexiiiHler County Ilnnk will
puy inlereit un oi imisiih iii tne xav-
liiKi leprtmeiit.
Another ot the gang of "queer shov
els" who threw tnetr worthless money
about the city o freely a few days ngo,
has been brought to grief.
The b' -t mid cheapest hats can be
found at Hi libioii iV Well's.
Our puijile as this is an exceedingly
religion community will all ofTer up
thnuks on the 23th day of this mouth.
Grant liar aid it, and Uraut will be
Judge Ilross U occupied at the court
house, and hi police court Is therefore
closed. .Judge. Bird Is at his olllce, at all
hours of thu day, but ho docs no busl
ines. We are ottering a full line of jea3 at
cost price. IIkiluuo.v & Wi:n,.
The regular monthly reception at the
rectory of the Church ot the Hedeemer,
will take, place to-morrow night. A
plensnnt time U anticipated.
5000 note heads, 30,000 cuvelopes,
20,000 letter heads 10 reams statements,
23 reams bill heads Carlisle paper Just
received ami for sale at tho Jtui.t.F.Tix
State's Attorney Mnlkey, In cases
against twenty-three prostitutes and five
keepers of hoti'cs of Ill-fame of this city,
returned a nolle prosequi In the county
court on .Monday.
Owing to the IudlpoeltIon of Mrs.
Granger, and the Inel. iueut weather, the
lecture that was to have taken place last
evening for the benellt ot tho Library As
sociation, was postponed.
-Mrs. W. l Wright, Mrs. II. II. Can-
dee, Mrs. Dr. Smith, Miss Annie Pitcher
and Miss Mary Warduer, will assume the
female characters In the play ot "Led
Atray, ' to be rendered by the Taylor
Literary Club nt tho Athciieiim soon.
There is no uc in talking, Messrs.
Candee, Woodward, Saflbrd and Morrill
nru the champion eucher players of
Southern Illinois. They can play tlity
games In two hours and thirty minutes,
averaging a game every three minutes
Tolin Thompson, the man arrested
by hhcrllVJrviu and his deputies for pass
iug counterfeit money, says that his part
ner was neat out of oyer tlneo thousand
dollars of tho worthless stuff while gaiie
Jdjliff "uo In this city last week.
Just received, niiotlmr lot of those
calico remnants nt 0 cents a yard, at Ilell
bron & Well's.
Cache brjdfrc, betecu Cairo and
Mound City, U in u bad condition, and
will bo tho means of serious Injury to
some one If It 1? not looked after. Thero
area number of hole. lit the floor of the
concern that aro sufficiently largo to al
low a horse's loot to go through, and an
imals driven over tint bridgo after dark
arc liable to step Into them. It should be
repaired nt once.
Sir. .lames Anderson, of Mound City,
one of Pulaski county's best lawyers,
was In Cairo yesterday.
Col. Wlnsfen was In the city yester
day. Ho looks halo and hearty, which
Is an evidence that country life agrees
with him.
Mr. John II. Oberly has gone to St.
Louis for the purpose of purchasing new
material for the Bri.i.i;Tis job printing
Look at the splendid stilt forslx dol
lars you can get at Ilellbron & Well's,
142 and 141 Commercial avenue.
We learn that a social club Is to be
organized In this city very soon, for tho
p:irpou of giving a ball and supper at
the St. Charles on New Year's eve. The
elub will be composed of married men
solid men of tho ctty, and the afl.tlr Is
to be a gratitl and reehtrehe one,
All styles of goods marked tlowu to
suit the times at Ilellbron tc Well's.
Mr. Goebel, former proprietor of the
Planters' House of this city, it is said,
Is thinking of again resuming the manage
ment or tho Planters', It being tho Inten
tion ol Mr. Iluefner, the present owner,
to go Into business In Philadelphia, where
he will remain until after the Centennial
In 187C.
or THE
S'ily of Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at half
price (S2.o0) at the Bulletin olllcc.
Alderman Satip, chairman of the fire
and police committee, visited the differ
ent engine homes on Monday and ex
amined the machinery ot the department.
He tells us he lound them all In good
order. lie also took a look at the differ
ent public cisterns, and found an abun
dance of water In each.
Mr. E. C. Uhl, of the commission
firm or Mailings & Uhl, of this city,
who, In company with Mr. Uhl, has
been spending the Summer months at va
rious watetln place, In the hope oi ben
efitting' the Impaired health of the lady.
returned from Springfield on Monday.
Mr-. Uhl Is still at Springfield, ami is
much Improved.
The ladies of thu Catholic church
opened their lair and festival, for which
they 1. tve lieen preparing for weeks pa-t,
t the rooms formerly occupied by Bur
gers ilry goods store, corner ol intlt
street and Commercial avenue, lau even
ing. The weather was bad. hut notwith
standing thU drawback, a laru number
of people at glided, and the proceeds of
the aflalr proved satisfactory.
On Friday night, a liiicUYcnch clock,
worth sixty dollars, will bo put up for
radio at the St. Chaiies Hotel. T'.e clock
Is the propcity of a well-known gentle
man of this city, who, through a long
and severe attack of illness, has become
reduced in circumstance. Tickets lor
the rnllle, entitling the holder to a chance,
can be obtained of Captain Dean, at the
St. Charles, lor $1 each.
inoii! the many beautiful attrac
tions to be seen at the fair and festival
now being held at the comer of Ninth
street and Commercial avenue, by the
ladles of the Catholic church, are a couple
of beautiful orange trees ladened with
their golden fruit, and a line lemon tree,
also covered with fruit. They are, we
have been told, the property of Mrs. and
Miss Maggie Aubrey, two of the most
energetic and hard-working members ol
thu Catholic congregation In this city.
It has been suggested by a number
of citizens, anil also the Cairo Oazette,
that Professor Alvord be solicited to re
peat his lecture on "Telegraphy" at au
early date. The lecture of the protessor
U pronounced to have been excellent,
It has also been suggested that if Mr
Alvord should consent to repeat the ad
dress, the pupils of the public schools
be invited to attend, and that the price of
admission lor them bo placed at leu
The following is a list ot the counter
feits now in circulation throughout this
country: Niuth National Bank, New
York, $2 , Traders' National Bank, Chi
cago, $3 ; Third National Bank, Chicago,
$3; Merchants' National Bank, Chicago,
$3; First National Bank, Canton, 111., $5 ;
First National Bank, Paxton, 111., $5;
City National Bank, Poughkee psle, New
York, $10; First National Bank, lied
Brook, New York, $10; Central National
Bank, Home, New York, S10; First
National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa., 10 ;
llichmoud National Bank, Richmond,
Intl., $10; Central New York Bank, N.
Y., $100 ; First National Bank, Boston,
Mass., $100.
The married gentlemen residing on
tho "l.ldge," with their wives, sous and
(laughters, and a number of down-town
people, we aro Informed, have instituted
Shakespearian Beading Club." Thu
members will meet at thu different houses
of tho gentlemen and ladies, and much
benellt and pleasure Is expected to bo de
rived from it. Among thu ladles and
gentlemen who constitute thu club are
Mr. and Sirs. Slackle, the Misses Slaekle,
Herbert Mackle, ox-SIayor John Vo6d
and lady, Walter McKeo, Misses Nannie
and Slaty SIclvee, Mr. Ilyslop anta large
number of others.
It's bad on a fellow Inthese dull
times, after he has worked up n firs!
class sensation lor publication, mid
has succeeded lit gathering all his ma
terial for his article, to havu the
hero of the romance step in and request
that tho matter bo kept quiet, owing to
tho respectability and social standing (as
tho ltev. Sir. Gilbert would say) of his
relatives. Such, however, Is tho cxpe
rienco of nearly every Individual who
has ever been connected with u news
paper, but it nevertheless seems to make
one u llttlo cranky, even though ho be
extremely Chrlstlaiiltke.
Ilellbron & Well havu reduced their
men's and boyb1 overcoats to astonish
lugly low prices.
Sladaino Blanche and her famous
Continental troupe of beautiful young la
tiles, will appear at tho Athcncum on
Friday and Saturday night?, In their fa
dinting ctitcrtftlnmciitti of "La Statuo
Imaglnairo" and "Tableaux Vivant."
Their programme announces tho "Pari
sian golden groupings ot living statue,"
and claims that Madatnu Blanche's U
tho only authorized troupo of the kind
permitted to travel through Germany,
Russia, France, Hungary and Turkey.
This accomplished artist arrived In
America hi 1973, nnd slnco
that time has played hi Itoblnson Hall,
Now York; Concert Hall, Philadelphia;
Atlienetim, Brooklyn; Holllday Street
Theatre, Baltimore ; Opera Hotie, New
ark; Clark's Opera House, Elizabeth J
Theatre ComWpte, Washington, with un
precedented success. Exchanges ay that
to witness Stadamo Blanche nnd her
fairies Is equivalent to two hours In Para
dise. The trotipe'a adverllsetiie.it will
be found In another column.
We have Just received a full lino of
children's cloaks and bonnets; alto
ladies' cloaks and skirts at lower prices
than ever. Jlmr-nnox & Wkii..
The new machinery noW being placed
In the Ul'LLKtin printing eitabll.-lnuent,
was, according to contract, to havu been
ready for use on last Saturday, hut, as Is
generally tho case with such matters, the
workmen failed to accomplish their task
at the appointed time, which has some
what put the proprietors of the itutltu
tiou to disadvantage. The Improvements
will, however, be completed this week,
when wo will be fully prepared to do as
neat and artistic printing as any olllce In
thu country. Sir. John II. Ohcrly Is
now In St. Louis, for the purpose of ad
Hug the latest and most stylish type, pa
per. Inkk, etc., to the job olllce. The
gentleman nov nt the head of this de
partment possesses n thorough knowl
edge ol the art, haying been a practical
printer for more than twenty years. He
is known throughout the United States
as one of the II nest, tastiest, and most
expeditious workmen in the business, and
all who want plain or fancy work in the
job printing line will Hud it to their ad
vantage to call upon the Bulletin.
In waterproof, ail colors, we give ex
tra Inducements ' Best black at 00 cents
a yard. Hkimikon & Wkil.
On Monday night, about 0 o'clock,
three men went into the Arcade E.iloon,
kept by Louis Herbert, In the upper part
of town, where they sat down at a table
tnd began to play cards. When the
game had been finished, the younger of
the party, a man about twenty-six years
old, drew a package of money from his
pocket, and selecting a ?10 note, w .nt up
to the bar to pay for Orlnks the party hail
got during thu game. Sir. Herbert, upon
examining the bill, told the man that it
was counterfeit. He answered that It
v as all he ha 1, and that he had received
it on a steamboat. Tills aroused the sus
picions of Herbert, ho having seen him
return the roll of money to his pocket,
and lie told the man In: would consult Sir.
Sletcalf as to the genuineness of thu note.
He left the saloon and went to Sergeant
Wooten and Officer Sargent, who hap
pened to be sitting near thu saloon, and
told them of tho transaction. They re
turned with him, but found only thu man
who had given hint the bill, the two hav
ing vamoosed. Hu was arrested and
searched, but no other money was found
upon him. Sir. Herbert, however, was
sine he had seen him put a roll ot money
into ids pocket, and this, coupled with
the disappearance of tho other men, led
the officers to the conclusion that hu was
one of the gang of counterfeiters who
have been plying their trade here; that
he had given his partners the money
seen by Heibert, and that they had made
good their escapo with it. Hu was put
In the county jail for safe keeping. The
other parties have not been seen since.
Cold, cough, consumption, death!
This Is the order, and it is certain to go
in that order, unless the proper remedy
Is used. Hull's Balsam lor thu lungs will
euro the tlrst nnd second, and the third,
if taken in time. It Is a remedy of forty
years' Handing, and standard with the
best physicians in tho country to-day.
Sold by all druggists. Price, $1 per bot
tle. -The best one dollar Kid Glove found
in tills country can be bought at Ilell
bron & Well's, 1 12 and Ui Commercial
It UN fur HiiUillnir (lie New I'.Wfr.
The follow lug bids tor building the pro
posed new levee were opened and read
lore the council last evening, and re
ferred to thu Levee Committee, who aru
to report on thu samu this evening :
Sllehael Tynell, of St. Louis, proposed
to build the levee for fourteen cents per
cubic yard, cash, or twenty cents per
cubic yard for city scrip.
lex. Frazicr, of tills city, ollercd to
build tho proposed levcu according to
plan and profile, nnd havo it completed
by tho 1st ot .March, or sooner, for the
sum ol 17 cents per cubic yard, or $10,
500 for the job complete.
Fred Davis and Jrvln Dugan, ot tills
city, oiler to construct the new leveo for
tho sum of 21 ceuts per cuble yarn.
lTobcrt Bagnel, of Capo Ghadeau, pro
posed to build thu levee . according to
plan and speclllcation for 15 cents per
cubic yard, and take in payment one
half in city warrants, nt par.
Thomas Slehan, Thomas uoyio nnu
William Gearn proposed to build flvo sec
tions of the proposed levee, at 20 cents
per cubic yerd.
P. H. Corcoran ollercd to builil sec
tion 1 and 2 of tho nuw leveo at tho rate
of 22 cents per cuble yard.
William Qulnn ollercd to build flvo
hundred feet of levee, and give bonds lor
fulfillment of contract, for 1 cents per
cubic yard.
Julius Serbian proposed to build sec
tions numbered 0 ami 10 for 21 cents per
cublo yard, according to prollle and
spcclllcatloitsniadu by John P. Holy.
James Clonan proposed to build sec
tion 3 of the new leveo for the sum of31
cents, in cash, per cuble yard ot earth,
and section number 1 of levee for thu
sum of 31 cents, In cash, per cubic yard
of earth.
S. B. Carter & Co., oi Chicago, offered
to do tho work entire on the nuw levee
for 17 cents per cublo yard.
It, O'Donuell and .lames Slelr, nt t in-
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brlmkft
Is Once More in tho
are still buying
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Priced
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of the Best Style, .T'r"
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 boap," as it's a very poor merchant that cannot defend
his own business.
A trial is what wo aak to mako customers out of you nil. Wo don't ask your patronago on account of bo
ing "friends" or old Cairoitcs (as wo hnroboon known horo lol theso many years) but to save you tho
almighty dollar. Tho timo for paying for friendship is gono. Our stock of Pino Uudcrwear, the largest
in tho city, ot prices to suit nil, wo mako war on high prices. As Usual,
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
clnnati, Ohio, propose to do (he work on
tho leveo lor 21 cents per cublo yard,
and arrets to commence work on tho
samu within live days nllcr sljfnln the
Thomas Little, of this city, agreed to
build section number 1, of tho proposed
levee, for 22 cents per cubic yard ; section
at 21 cents per cubic yard; section 3, at
21 cents per cubic yard, and 'cctlon S at
20 cents pel cubic yr.id.
Charles Thrnpp, of this city, offered to
build tho new levee for tho sum ol 23
cents per cubic yard for section 1 ; for
section 2, 22 cents per cubic yard ; sec
tion 3, 2.1 cents per cubic yard, and sec
tion 8, for 21 cents per cubic yard.
William Kendall, of this city, pro
poses to build ."00 feet of the proposed
levee, from stake fifteen to twenty, for
twenty-live cents a cubic yard.
Patrick Kll martin ollered to build
cither section 0, S or 0 of tho new levee
for the sum of 17 cents per cubic yard,
according to platis and specifications in
the hands of Mr. Ilely.
November Term Hcconil !.".
The motion torpiash tho Indictment
against various saloon keepers, indicted
by tho recent grand juty, was argued by
..ttorneys yesterday, and the State's at
torney, desiring to further investigate
the law, asked time until to-morrow
Motion to quash Indictment against
William Scott, for keeping a disorderly
house, was argued by the attorneys and
In the ctie ot Fleming Laeey for
Hie use of .lames l.yan, ngalnH the Cairo
& St. Louis railroad company, au answer
to interrogatories was llled, case submit
ted on such answers, and proceedings
against the said Cairo & St. Louis railroad
company dismissed and Judgment entered
against the plaintlfl for costs.
The balance of the day va consumed
in entering and dUcusMng motions.
Court adjourned until nine o'clock
this morning.
Llon't forget to get your present of 10
yards of the bert calicos before going
elsewhere, at Ilellbron & ell's.
niMNolutluit Notice.
The firm of I'arker & Cunningham is
tills day dissolved by mutual consent.
Hither party is authorized to use the
name of tho firm in settlement of old
accounts. Uv.is T. l'AitKim.
Dyas T. Parker & Co. will still con
Unite the biutncss as successors to the
old firm. Olllce, 77 Ohio Levee; ware
liotue, Twenty-eighth street and Ohio
Cairo, III., Nov. 5, 1815. 11-C-tf
'uirottNCl Yeiixt Notice.
I have this day secured tho solo agency
for tho sale of Gall, Fleischmati &
Company's compressed yeast, either
wholesele or retail. Dealers can
bo supplied at any and all
times by calling on me. This Is the only
yeast of the kind iu market that Is gen
uine. W. L. llrlstol, 32 Eighth street.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 25, 1875. 10-28-1 m.
Knitted Jacket.
We received this morning a new supply
of Ladles' and M Uses' kulttted Jackets,
with and without sleeves; also a Hue lot
of children's bonnets, which wo oiler at
a gre.'.t inducement.
IIrii.hros A; Wt:ii,,
1 12 and 1 1 1 Commercial Avenue.
The officers and members of the
St. Patrick's Beuevoleiit Society will
tako notice that on ami after Sunday,
Nov. 7th, 1875, Hie meetings of this soci
ety will bo held at 3 o'clock p. m., on the
first Sundav hi each mouth, nt tho hall of
the "Hibernian" l'iro Company, on Thir
teenth street, between Coinnierclal ave
nue and Poplar street.
By order of President FiUgerald.
J. M. IIooas, See.
C.uiio, Ills., Nov. Cth, 1875.
A Moil Hint IHit
To Cowpertliwalt & Phillips to try those
Gold Bucklo cigar.
MVO DrilllKUU..
Among tho live druggists of our city
who hnvo iald in a supply of Durang's
Ithcuniatle Kcinedy aro lliuclay Bros,
and Paul G.Schuh. An advertisement
nppcars in anolher column. It has uevcr
failed to cure tho worst caso of rheu
matism, 1 1-11-1 1
ItV UAUiU bUttli
Field to tell all Clothing Buyer that .they
Shawl and Cloaks of all the late
styles ranging from the cheapest to thu
Illicit. J. Uttrgcr&Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, nnd
are able to undersell any house in the
city. Call and be convinced.
Don't fall to see that handsome Hue
of Ladies' Ties and ltlbbonsat J. Burger
& Co.'s.
Those who need winter boots should
call on 11. Jones, Commercial avenue.
His stock ol French and Domestic calf
i-kius is the best in the market.
Our Domestic Department Is complete
In all Its details, and will be sold cheaper
than ever. J. IK'W.Kit & Co.
For Embroideries jinl Lacc3, go to.L
Hnrgcr & Co.'s, No. 121 Commercial ave
nue. It. .lones, tlie Commercial avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair of boots to be found hi the city.
Ladies, misses nndelilldren's under
wear at very low price at .LlIurgerA
The finest stock of dress gooiU, couth-ting
ot Cassitueres, Empress Cloths,
Diagonal, Mohairs, Poplins at ,1. Utir
ger & Co.'s, 121 Commercial ucuuc.
For great bargains In FlanueU, call
on .1. lturgcr & Co. They have the best
assorted stock In the city, and sell them
at astonishingly low prices.
If you want a good Custom-made
lady's or inl' shoo call on .f. Uurger
& Co.
carrm: Alexander county
PARTMENT. .1. lturgcr it Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers nnd those contem
plating keeping house, to their large
stoek of entirely new carpets and oil
cloths. This is their tlrst season in that
line, and aro confident of suiting all in
the latest designs.
For cork-soied hoots or shoes, go to
It. Jones, the Commercial avenue boot
and shoe maker. Ho is n tlrst-class work
man and never fails to please.
A very largo assortment of Herman
town yarn, Bermah zephyrs, and every
attlelo appertaining to this department
In all shades and colors, nt J. Burger &
Fine, neat and stylish box-toed
.-iHched boots and shoes are made
specialties by It. Jones, tho Commercial
avenue boot and shoo manufacturer.
Give him a call.
J. Burger & Co. havo now on hand
the most elegant stock of 2 and 3 button
Kid Gloves ever brought to Hits elty, and
are determined to sell them at remark
ably low figures.
A series of lectures uudcr tho auspi
ces of tho members of tho Library Asso
ciation for the establishment of a public
library In Cairo, will be held alter
nately at the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Chrlstalu churches. Tho following la
dles and gentlemen have kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing!
" 10, Dr. II. Wardner.
" 23, (To be filled).
" 20, Dr. Wm. It. Smith.
Dec. 0, Miss Kate Thompson.
" 13, Hon. Win. 11. Green.
" 21, Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
C. O. E. Goss, Scc'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
Xcw .Ment Mnrkct.
Jacob Walters and Chris Antlius, two
ot our well-known butchers havu asso
ciated together and under tho firm name
of Jacob Walters & Co., havo opened a
meat market on tho north side of Eighth
street. In Phil Howards old stand. This
will bo a flrst-claes market hi every re
spect, as tho names ot the proprietors
guarantee a market where the cholicst
of cut meats, steaks, roasts of beat", mut
ton, poik and venison; together with
sausage, bacon, etc., will bo served out
to customers in a neat and satisfactory
manlier. All their old friends or new ac
quaintances are Invited to call and shj
them. 10-30-tf
fur Rule.
The Dcluiouico Saloon, with teii-plu
alley, shooting gallery, and all fixtures
pertaining to thu establUliment. For
terms of sale, apply to
10-20-tf Mits. Assik Covsa.
Attrufluiil Daiilem.
Wo havo four tloztju Imltallou Ebony
Spraguu Cnu-Opuueri, taken Tor adver
tising, which wo will K'll at two dollars
per dozen. Inquiry at Hullclln, ofllee.
Port I.Ut.
Steamer Jim FNk. Paducnli.
II. C. Nutt, Mound City.
Mollie Moore, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Bon Accord, St. Louis,
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" II. C. Nutt, Memphis.
" Mollie Moore, New Oilcan".
Tow-boat Lioness, Louisville.
" Itover, St. Louis.
" Bon Accord, South.
The rler hist evening was 0 feet 3
inches on the gauge, having ritnit 3
Inches during the previous 21 hours.
A cold, disagreeable rain fell nil yes
terday afternoon, and the weather was
as gloomy as could be imagined.
Business fair.
The Mollie Moore matlefalr.vldltloiii
The tranu'er -tcamer II. ( Nutt,
Just off the Mound City ways, passed to
Memphis night before last.
The Lioness left with a tow of eighty
barges for Louisville to meet tho coal
licet coming from PltUburg.
The flatboatof potatoes bclongluglo
Captain T. It. Johnston, of Hamilton,
Kentucky, which sunk on the Chain, has
been rnlnul. and Is coming on down.
Ke ! Mend !
Loik at these prices, offered by O. liny
thorn A; Co., for 10 days. Wk nus
inkss :
Boys' new stylo Alexis ties
' Good inter Boots
" Custom-made Calt Boots....
Youths' Good Calf Boots
Men's Custom-made Calf Boots...
1 00
a oo
3 75
2 00
5 00
300 eases Boots and Shoes at astonish
lugly low prices wholesale and retail.
O. Haythohs & Co.,
101 Commercial Avenue,
10-29-10t. Cairo, Illinois.
I hereby notify tho business meu of
this city, and public at largo, that I will
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted in my name, unless made by me
personally. Mns. Annik Coyne.
For Bent.
New cottage, 0 rooms, corner Seventh
ami Walnut streets, occupied at pres
ent by Mr. Winter. Will be vacant on
Monday, Nov. 1. Kent $22 per mouth.
Apply on Seventh, second door from
above house. 10-30-tf
NOVEMBER 12 & 13.
Kirst nniimncp of-
In lirr llcil lint ami Lku.lcal EoUrtfJnir.rnt,
Living Statues,
IUreseiitcl liy a troiii of Contliifnta! yoiiuff
laities, u!i a llnr Variety CvmjMnjr in eoluJ,
CuntJ ami hkctche.
Etlienerul mlmlfnloii M crnUl licunttl
aeats 71 reuti. SeatJ inn traaccurrd at Dan Mart
TliU tiArntion It now acknuwledf wl t be
Uwrlor to all kuowu tvaierijm lor 1 trwi-
Syphillii in all its 8UgM, laOfe
lous Affections, Chronfci Ul
cers, Enlargement of the
i:tclHy In Syplilllia itUtast. In Khlcb It
hwuTtt. maiiy.wlifu glvtu ap uui hop by
rminvui iuyl;lnn4. It entirely vofttaMu.
.No ebiuK of ilit't I t matlmt and cm ha Sakaa
lu all condition ol ttc Tttm with uMr, and
InconuecUon with other nctllrJnr, it kM J-
sent to any iart of thfc Uultcat HUte by ax-
: tireia, rro trow obnrvat oti, ....
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