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AA I.O.N I.OW1K, NO. 31.
Kiitffh'f lit I'rthlaa. lnceli eirrv Vrl
dar night lit tmir-piwt wren, in Odd-
.I.Ki. llduanMAH.
Chancellor Commander.
laricestnlent Ontaf of Odd-Yel
towai seu mr Tfcarmlar ulM
at hair-tut ur.n. lit llii'lr ball on
IVifttBfrclal avt use, between slaHi and fterentli
trStt. ' T J. KtHTII, N. u,
1AIR0 KMCAMPHKNT, I. O, O. r..inlj
Oln Odd-Fellows' Hall on IliC rt ami third
I llrull) ID MM month , al liau-psM acven.
Jo II. OuailLY, 0.
m it mo 1innK. KO Ml.K.V. A A. M
HolJ rarular communications In Ma
jUTtnulc Hall, corner' Gonimncial aenue
' and KIkMIi atml, on llif second and
niiuii .Monday or wen monui.. -
':orrM IImm,"
This la a now style of picture now lc
Ing produced by Win. Winter, the artist
of thin city. These pictures arc creating
much Interest In all the principal hnstern
and Western cities, being altogether new.
They are unlike photographs, being
raised and beautifully enameled over the
cntlro surface, soft in tone, but distinct In
the llirhts and shades. No one who sees
them falls to admire them, or to give the
artlat an order. W hav bcrn aliown a
nuraber of pictures of well-known ladle
and gentlemen of the city, and huve no
hesitation In pronouncing them erfectiy
sulendld. We would therctore advise all
who take Interest In such matter or de
sire pictures, to call upon Mr. W Inter at
C hit gallery and examine hU work In this
t . a . 1 . 1 1 . . . ..J .. .if)
Thc.Pclmonlco Saloon, with ten-pin
allev. ahootiiis callerr. and nil fixtures
nertalnlisg to the MtotdhhnK-t.il.
'term of sale, apply to .
10-jtf ' Mkk. Aksie t'ovx
. tstsr) CtMutral.
' 1'vNon? having cisterns neetllng puiuji
tng out nnd repairing rwn hare It done
J I ' .iiromptb' I'ces to suit the time,
i Jjhf aallhig on .1. S.'liawkln, CroMstrcet.
f ' 1 hav fi'tnan and nuinn employed all the
. r-- .1-- 'Lliur
. J 1 I w
Kew "fit Market.
Jacob Walter and Chris Anthus, two
ol our well-known ntileners nave ao
v dated together and under the llnii name
1 of 'Jacob W:tlti-r & Co., have opened a
mcaururket on the north side of Eighth
)(itre4. Iii I'hll Howarils old standr ThU
lil be a llrst-clags murkct in every re-
.iiNcit, hi tfie names of the proprietors
!r, guarantee a market where the chou-cot
d cut tueats. ttiaiki!, roaits of bwif, unit-
j 'ton, pork and' venison; together with
' awtigi-, bnooiij etc., will be ervd out
tocutxers'ln,a neat and satisfactory
l manner. All their ota frienus or new c-
fpuilntuiicts are bwlted to Mlljtnil see
hJhuha : . ' -tf
l.-. .i .rt i
H:urxbodytoknow ttiattUo j.laco to gt
A sinootti shave,
A.gooil kliampoo.
A fahtonat)le hair-cut.
Or ati)lUiiiK la that line,
Ik at th (IHAMI (JEMTHAI. JUltltKIl
Mlor, corner Kllit!i nnd Comtufrdal.
WK-tf J. Okokiib SratNHOL'ri.
Knitted Jarltrla.
We n-tfived this morning n new supply
of Ladle.' and Mines' knltttid jackets
with and without sleeves ; al-o a tine lot
of children's bonnets, which we oiler at
a great Inducement.
IlKIMlliON WkM.,
142 and 1 14 Commercial Avenue.
A. Halley has removed to his new
storeroom, 115 Commercial itvenue, op
potitc Winter's Ulock, nnd next door to
the Arab engine hou-e, where he will be
pleated to see all Ills old customers and
as inuny new onw. U-ItO-tf
Notice of Homo Ml
1 1. Koch has removed hU boot and
shoe shop from the old stand to hN
new brick building (one block !ciow),
No. !X) Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, where he will
keep the best home made and St. l.oui
riiKtom nfadc hoots and shoes, made of
the bent material ; good workman-hip
and Inflie latent ityles. All orders
promptly attended to. iMJM Jf.
A No. 1 Idiunilrj',
It is now conceded that Mt". Coleman,
the liundrtis, Nr. 12 Fourth street, be
tween W4,blnjtin A CommercUl avenues,
ban one of the best conducted laundry
tabltkhumnU in the city, and landlords of
hotels and boarding bouea U1I tlud If to
their advantage to call upon her.
Her irlcos arc as follows : Hotel and
boardiiiK-houie washing, "ft cents per
dozen. Kut piceo work prices ate
as follow : Single shirt and col
lar, lOe; per dozen 60c; socks 6c; two col
lars, Pe; two handkerchiefs, Be; vests UOc;
tad all gentlemen's wear, 1
'dozen.1 'Ladies' dresses, 25
BQc, per
to Me;
skirts 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hose Be; two collars 5 to 10c, For Is
die' plain clothes II OQ pcr dozon; lorla
diei tine clothes, 2S per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptlv delivered. Pa
tronage solicited. S-3Mm
A Flue sitork.
Wm. Ehlcrs desires to inform his pat
rons and the public generally, that he has
now on hand n large stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and is
prepared to manufacture, for store and
ollico wear, the finest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots ; hihI for farmers,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
offered lu this market. Ills Lasts are of
the lutest styles, and ho can guarantee a
tit and saturation to all his patrons.
flrXX Amber utul White rag stock
envelopes at the Uullktin otllce, prlutcc'.
$3 00 and (4 00 per M.
For aale Finiio.
, A No, 1 second-hand, seven octavo
piano, as good as new, manufactured by
Jlallet & Davis, Is offered tor sale at n
bargain. Apply to
K.A. BunViKTT,
Uulletln OlUco.
Walder's Clothitfg
i plendid; itiwstock
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoos.
1 KE. WALDEB U recelvinK dally, a
L larirs and aplendld stock or vooda,
and la detannlnad to
Ra la naoWad to kIvo thu vory beat
aooda for tlio very loweat prloea, Call
and aee for youiaolve. .
Corner Sixth Street and Ohio
H-Atl Mil fur 4vrrtllmf,'icilii uud .iy
ablr It AtiVA!('C
Tranalvnt ailvertliliiK will .UthiM-rtol ut tti
rat nf SI " r(ttnrr for the Brut Im. rlion
and &" ernU for cucb iuliMUcnt ont. A iyrut
lurount will lmade on landing and ittVplay
Cliureb, Hoclct)', Featlval ami uipr nntlci
wilt only U: InM'rtrd u.i mhtrtiM-inentH.
Kor InMjrtlng t'unml notice 1 '. Notlrnof
mtln(f of jorlrtli-i or ecret onlr M rtat fir
cadi InM-rtion.
No dnrtlfiiunt vrlll l melted at 1cm Uiuu
Local Bnalnesa Notice, of
ten linca or more, Inaerted
in the Bulletin aa follows:
One insertion per tin............. 3 OenU.
Two insertions per Una. -. 7 Cents.
Thrss insertions per line ....10 Cents.
Six Insertions per line 15 Cants.
Two weeks per line ............. 26 Cents.
One month per line ...................35 Cnta.
No Reduction will be made in above
Writtlirr ItruorU.
Cxt no. III., Xjv,1S, 175.
liir.. I H'imi I Vel.,1 Wkatii.
N 1 t! '(Tdy.
N in tl'dy.
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7 a rn
sn ffll 1
tO.-.TS ,
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II "
'i p.m.
."rreant. Sliul Avrtlce, U. .S. A.
ilrnrrnl Ilcm.
W. 15. .Tunes, of Murphysboro, was
iu the city yesterday.
e'terday was the coldest day we
have had durin" the season.
Walter C. Iliey, of New York, was
regUtered at the St. Charles ye-terday.
F.J. Hurse, ot St. LouU, waKamon'
the arrivals at the St. Charles yesterday.
-Dr. 1 fucker, of Anna, Illinois, well
known to many of our citizens, was .iu
town yesterday.
The .-Idewalk on Washington avenue.
between Twelfth and Eleventh streets, Is
to be repaired.
.ludye lllnl is having his ollicu over
hauled, in order to be more comfortable
during the winter.
Coai well's "Two Orphan'' theatri
cal company appear at the Atlieueum on
Thursday and Friday nights.
-D.111 llartmau has opened uj his
beautiful ipieetiiwarc and china store on
Sixth street.
And now we hear that still another
very quiet marriage will come off In Illicit)-
within the next few days.
. M. Murphy, of Metropolis, col
lector of Internal revenue, was nhioug
the quests at the St. Charles yesterday.
Hon. T. J. Inscore, member ot, the
Illlnol legislature from this district, was
In the city yesterday, lie stopped,,at the
St. Charles.
Dr. Ford, of Murphysboro, who has.
Ju-t returned Irom an extended tuilr
ttirou-'h Texas, was'ln the city ylslord.iy,
oil his way home. a
MrvD.T. Lluegar has returmd from
St. l.oui?, whither lie went on lt Fri
day night, with the Hon. 11 II. Pope; for
merly of Cairo. , .,
Mrs. Colbw who hasi .Wou"so much
praise from the Liberal RcllgiouisU. and
in fact, from all who heard her lecture,
has left for the South.
AVu to-day publish it letter from slas-
per," a correspondent of the llou.ii.v,
which will be found interesting to all
who take time to rend It,
Amucmciits for the young people
of this city will be numerous next week.
There arc three dances on tapis, to conic
offduriug thu week. ,
We hear that u party of ladies and
ircntlouieu of this city are now rehears
ing the ''Lady of Lyons," with the inten
tion of playing It at tiro Atheueuui during
tholmlldayy",,; , jr
.inn uiangc wasgnrrcsieu ycsieniay
morniiiL' by OlBeef Lahno. forrdlsonlerlv
conduct, and lliicd by; Judge Ollrtl .five
dollars and costs. Ho paid lils.flne and
was discharged. &
v "A oung lieutlemnn," who wli.h?s
to luiow; the unmo ol an unknown cor
respondent, call , have his 'personal'1 In
scrcd by sending sevenly-llve cent", by
mall, to this olllce. v
'I'liu bummers and vagabonds who
infest thu city, make thu Illinois Central
depot thelr headquarteri. Ther are made
to walk' iTclfalk line, however, by, the
managers of that roBil.i . ; n .
I -liMr. Bentlltt andlMlsa Mattie Holmes,
JVwJiwrWUjiit Moun'a Cltyl 611
Monday morning,, left tlmt placo yeser
day mornliig for rfuneavHlct-Wlsconaln,
where thcWHnnnko'thelr'lutlire home,
T!u'. passenger train on the Ml?ijls
slpnf Central rood, which HfrlveirinCalro
at 12 o'clock, nt night, was teu lioura late
on Monday, 'mid did not get Into Cairo
until nearly U o'clock yesterday morn
ing. '
Alderman Lancaster-if uHijeetjtl-,
liigly happy mnii. Ills housyhoMvlm's
been blessed by a pair l bTjf,'babieVJ
- r
tvhlcli Is pronounced by MeOnuK-y thp
lian evt-r happened In
wise his namewlll.be published to-moN
rdw momliif,' ' ' '
20,000 note heads, aO.OiKl.envclopes.
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle lai4 i jtf'st
received nnd for sale at the Bullrtix
olllce. ,
To se,c Mayor Whiter nnd Mr. Candii,
of the Cairo St. Louis railroad, In their
walks and talks, u striiujji r would sup-
poe that they have boeil chums since
Infancy.! Hut to.thoscAvhknow hftth It
looks sinunny. - fJ 1
Tlu)ii'l,-Avu JenfrfrniiVtiiir; Cliatlcs-
ton, Mwsohrufchatfr's TT party ol
rouiitert'eitdrs at work' elrculaliii; spuri
ous money about that and tichjliborluj;
towns. It may he that thls,,is part of the
name fcan' whp paid Calm a visit aitveek-
or. s a0. 1 m
Mr. I E. Cauda, president of (ho
Cairo ,c St. Louis railroad, who has been.
In the city for several days, seems to bo
much exercised about sonicllilii''
II CAVII I? II illF'JII I flllll'l lllll. IIUII
0 mil! lu Cairo who Imskhjy.Hghti si
. what Mr. Cinda's butldcs can be.
is no
Idea what Mr. t'.tnda's butldc
Madamo Ilursha. th- celebrated' lor-tune-Ullitr
ol New Xorkr.lcltjr,' has taken
parlors nt the Oram) Central Hotel, and
will remain one week, commenelng Wed
nesday, November Lib. Ladies .iOcj
gents $1. Hours from 1 p .ni. till t' p. m.
Mrs. Colity, of Chicago, lectured
again in Liberal Heligiuus liull.'oii Mon
day evening, to a lair audience. The sub
iect ol her dUcourse wits 'The Cause of
Sin, and !Iow!tVcnreLlt.$ 'ihVnddrcss
is spoken ?tj lu' very 1atterngltnns by
those who heard If.
Mr. Charles Hardy has engaged the
room over AVhltlock's store, Instead of
Liberal itellgious hall, where he will Kite
lessons In dancing, commencing Monday
night, November in. (iciitlemeu's class,
Mondays and Thursday vu at 8 . o'clock
p.m. Children's clas on Sattfrd.iys at 2
p. in., commencing Nocmbcr 20th.
11-1 Kit
The proceeds of the entertainment to
be given on Thanksgiving night, in
which n number of the niemliers of the
Taylor Literary club, nnd several well
known hdie and gentlemen not in the
club, will lake part, i- to be presented to
the Library Association.
Mr. Bagwell met tin; Street Commit
tee at the olllce of Alderman Itlttcnhouse
ye'terday afternoon, and lgned the con
tract to build the levee, and thus set at
rest the fears ot many ol our people, who
have been disturbed by the report that he
was about to go back on his proposition.
A. .laeckel, of the Thaliau saloon,
opposite the lii'i.i.i'.iix olllce, istnow pre
pared to serve up, on short 'noUotvfrcili
oysters iu any style tuatfuiay.be desired.
Having a neat. taty and quiet room, no
better place lu the -city can be- found
where one can go and enjoy a dish'ot the
bivalves. Oirnch8unday afternoon he
willpread a sumptuous, junch and will!
continue the same iflllil farther notice.
On next Sunday he. will treat hU patrons
to kartoftel pfanuenkuchen, (potato pan
cakes), with cranberry sauce, alul ho
extends a cordial Invitation to nil to come
and partake of the same. IT-lli-tf
Mr. Kilt Kudil, cashier at the Missis
sippi Central railroad olllce lu this city,
was married to Miss .Mary IluIIock, of
Coliiinbu-, Kentucky, yesterday morning
at 3 o'clock, at the house of the bride.
The bride l. the daughter ot .ludge Hut
lock, who Is known to many of the peo
ple of this city.
Mr. AVIlllam II. Powell, of the ex
tensive pork-packing etabllhtnent of O.
A. Fitch it Co., of .MadiMiu, Indiana, ar
rived in tills city la-i nllil. "lie is the
gitofMr. Walton W. Wright, at the
St. Cliaih's, and will reuinlij'In tho city
until after the marriage of Mr. Wright
and Miss Mat tie Willlaniton, on Thurs
day evening.
Mr. F. li. Cilly. business manager
and advance, agent of Cogswell's "Two
Orphans," tlicatrl.il company. Is in .the
city making arrangement)! for tluf 'com
ing of hU troupe to Cairo. Tile; 'JTwo
Ornhaus" is a nlnv that, is uttRiutluir-
mucli attention from tletit,r-irolll,jeo-,j
1-. ii .1 . , .s 1,'?
lie nil uvci inr ruiuiiry, iiiiu uiu -jiudjjii;,
will, there U but littlo doubt, bo plcnseii'
to witness It. The troupe will appear at:
thu Atheueuui on '1'hursday and Friday
.nights, . .. -
The Sun wishes us to do It juatieA
AVu will. Wo like. to do 'tho -Sun Ju Mice.
The .S'i( wlilicj jt to say that, It .never
said that ''tho doom of the city is Haled."
We .-ay this now. lint the Sun raited
such a loud outcry about thu broken
levee, thai it ald by inference at least
that Cilro was about ut the end ot its
rope that wo were about to go Into the
river, like a turtle off a log. So fright
ened weru we, that we built an ark lor
family u-e, mid when Cundce came
around to insure our houso against lire
wo alo took out a marine policy to cover
It. No, tli( Situ never said the doom ot
thu city was sealed, ltut it did almost.
Mrs. E. C. Ford is agent for thu
Centennial awl Juunutl 0 Jtt KxpunUion,
mi elglit-pagu llllistrntcd monthly
newspaper, thu llrst paper published in
Philadelphia iu tho Intere-t of thu Cen
tennial celebration. The paper is only
SI 00 per year ; $1 CO with premium',' it
glass Independence bread or cake plate,
a beautiful souvenir of the exposition.
This plate U oval nnd has thu old liberty
bell upon It, with Inscriptions and names
of States; or for $1 fi0 the Journnl lo'r pup
year, with two line lithographs' of the
Centennial buildings ; or $:) 00 for paper
one year, with live engravings of tho
exposition buildings. Engravings vail
-. ... 1. J...,. . . i ....
00 seen at Mr, ivoru s resilience. ." w
A story Is now going tho rounds 'of
tho newspapers of the country, warning
people against tho games of peanut sell
ers on the Ijlluojs Central pllroad? Tho
story goes ".Unit the candy muu goes
.tround, nnd, having selected, a victim
proposes to sell him u box of .llgs., If he
docs not wish to purchase, the cniiriymnit,'
gets coulldcutlal, placemen UnMaivuij.11
tig box, nnd, picking up two other boxes
ati .ti mprclki .frrim a l pdttai 1 Uflf.vt usiiiiik
toil; nltmk. YrAhh itft' Um- tiwlny,,
Mhlnk n.b.Vvlll'ti-sLU lm It; other-!
Inquires how much ho will give for his
choice out of thu three boxes. About
this t)ine the victim s.ces thu corner urn
live dollar bill Drotrudliiir from one of the
noses, which tuu-ramiy inaii 11
boxes, which thu 'candy man
A;' bargain U soon
,-o ilol-
lu the.boxccept.the Jigs and the corner
oftW-Rin. Tlitsganie wa.trled recently
on n newspaper reporter, who permitted
hlmWlftb be tSkeWlhJln 'o'r'ifcrto teaqh.
the peanut vender tt lesson In sharp prac
tice. After he hail been relieved of hl
money, he secured thu shatpci's name,
and. upon returnmjr td'the- car, the re
porter called, him iwc, complimented
him for sagacity, and aured him that
his name should boirtily chronicled In the
paper?. He thereupon returned thu
money with alacrity and propou-d to add
$10 more In ruder to be screened,
from exposure. Tlih compli
mentary b?ncllt was n-pect-fully
deellijCjil, for tlji2 ttbllc good, and
the f(ils jiro iiotV'.inndu knowd lor'fhe
travelers' pnatetjoifc" Now' all thh
may' lie' true, lut'lt JooLs Incredible to
tts.t Especially does Uie part played by
tne .reporter look very htrangc, Jor It is
very seldontthat you seen journalist who
will throw awar an opportunity of fdd-
,iil0eu dollars to his own wonlly pdVc
slons,-in onler to be of beiUIlt to his fel-low'-tn.iii.
If the reporter who thus di
vulged the secret of tho "butchers,
hail said that he boiiL'lit onet of
the tig boxes, from which he saw pro
truding the supposed corner of a lit'e dol
lar note, with the expectation of making
a stake out of the transaction, Imt got bit.
Ids talc would have oundeil a great deal
better. He is undoubtedly n Htlly cranky
at being taken iu, and is seeking revenue.
A special meeting of the city council
w as held last uighl, all thu members be
ing present. The mayor stated that the
meeting was for the transaction of gen
eral business. A report ot tho special
committee appointed to visit St. LouW to
consult with (Jen. Simpson with refer
ence to the proposed solicitation of gov
ernment aid for the protection of thu city
from the iucroachinent of the waters of
the Mislsippi river, was received and
read. The repot t is too lengthy for pub
lication this morning, but till
appear In the regular proceedings of the
council, published to-morrow morning.
Communications and letters from other
prominent parties, on the -same subject,
were submitted and rend. A incinoiial
to the Chamber of Coinmerce.of St.
Louii, drawn up by Mayor Whiter, was
also presented. All the above were re
ceived aud concui red in by tho council.
A letter Iron) .lames A. Jlioail
hcad, of St. LouU, remicstlng thu
mayor to appoint live delegates to attend
the meeting in favor of the Southern Ta
ctile railroad, to be held In St. Louis on
the 2:id, was re.nl by the ninyor. On
motion of. Alderman Halll'lay, Mosrs.
W.I'. llalliday,-D. T. Linegar, Itoswell'
Miller, .Tewctt Wllepx and John II
Obcrly, were uppoiutcd as tucli delccutes
aud .thu clerk Instructed to 'notify"
them of the action of the cyuncIL The
contract, between thu city ot Cairo and
Hobert Uagnell, of Cnpe (ilrnrdcnu, Miff
sourl, for thu construction of the new
levee, was taken up aud read. .Mr. Hag-
null was pre'ent. Alderman
offered the following resolution
At a meeting of the Levee CouimltUc,
this afternoon, the bid of Kobcrt lbigiicll
wa so amended a- to read 11 cents pet
cubic yard, payable in cash; and the
specifications so changed as to make the
bermii of the propbsed levee 2."5 feet in
stead nf-50 feet, all of which was .tlpreed
upon, both by your Coniuilttce'and' the
contractor, Mr. Ilagnell. " '
(Signet),) W;.IVWkimit.
t C. F. Nki.lis, ...
vWoou KirriiMiorsE,
. tiKO. Yoci'.M, '
Levee Cominlttcc.
Nov. llitli, lsT.'i.
The contract, a previously agreed tipbn
between the city council and Mr. Ilag-j
licit, excepting as regards the price to he
paid per cubic, yard for the eou-truetion
ol the levee, which was reduced from ljij
to 1 1 cents, and -ouie minor detail", was.
won, 011 motion or-' Alderman' Vatlcr,
Klooti'd'hribo "cfillnell.' 31 r. Ilmrni.H
vljt 1' i "
ttalfcil ht,lie would ibrenk dlrU''on
.thu notV levee to-d:ty. Council ad-
Jo-iirnOd. '
At ' .
'I'hfc fpu)ng.uccount!iif. expeiimenfs
wltb ibi woiiueiiiti oil,1 at tbu I'lttsnuiK
ExpolHPii "rfcv'flhyiiifo.'wc.taku from
tics DUja(h of tliut city : Well, liero wu
arc a'ain, rlhf under the stairs Icudlhg,
to the gallery at the eat cud of the build
ing, nnd the crowd continually surround
ing tills place and carefully examining thb
"(tmnUin Slave" llcru "Klalne" pours
forth a steady, clear, aud btllliaut Ilght
gratifying aliku to thu vMtotv and pro
prietor!!. JtU a nourco ot' no small fat
Ufactlon to the public at large that, the
Executive, Committee exercised 'such
gooo" Judgment In perinitttpg only
this oil to be used In lighting the
building, well knowing It wiW 'really i
perfectly sale" Illuminator, Jlr. HcrbM,
the. 'polite and gentlemanly biiBlneM
maunger ol Hie inauutiiciurers, iiioniH
us that slnco the opening of tho'Jxposl
tton their oi-dcrsliave lncreaed' tii such
an extent that they are thirty days lu ex
cess of their iiaiiufacturing capacity.
This ii certainly grailtylng, although It
U no more than should bo expected Irom
thu quality ot the oil they oiler to con
sumers. When they say it W .safe, Itj
menus exactly this. It has been sub-
Jecicd to the innut -evcre tests, and lias
stood thu ordeal lu every iiiMnuec." .
MiiNinilc. .
4A. regular meeting of Alexnnder
Chapters No; 127 ( K:itef n VSUi). ,vill lie
held ut.tliq Masonlu .lialL.this (Wednes
day) evening, Nov. 17tli,M7r.,AH mom;
bers hre rcrjiiostcil to utlcnd..
K akx ik I. OAituiriAS, Kto'y.
v VtA Uooil Vlnvv tn Vuy .
A, ilallcy'S new store i certainly one
of dim best1' arranged of tho kind to bo
found lu thu cityi'and vllatt' better', do
has so arranged his pi Ices that many 'ire
taking advantage of thu opportunity of
fcred to buy stoves, tinware, etc., cheaper
than ever known iu Cairo. Call on llul
ley, 115 Commercial avenue, next door to
tho Arab engine hoiiu. II-I10 tf.
3 ItimnHfi
Once more Belches (Forth its Firey
U 4
Is Once BtforV1 in the Field to tell all Clothing . Buyeri that they
' ' - are still buying -
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Pnces.
fVe keep Goods inade in tho best Manner anbi'of . tne.lSMiSle,
t' txi Tl mTx
: No goods that smoll
oiau. opyutqu, vxiAyuux oaiu JUtS &UtH tUlLUUU, tlSWe 1UTO sUreiMI V -KUO WU IOF
such. Otherrflght competition of that kind with "ihodS&J g094KXaU.de
by second hand dealers. Keep your eyes open. Listen 6410, stories that
nis own hnsinfiss.
v j. , y,
A trial id whntvn OHk to mnkn Riiatomni-nntir. nf vmi nil. Wn rinn imlr
ing "friondB" or old Cuiroltca (as
in thcfOlty," at prices to.sttlt nil.
. . . KIiiIiip,
- llarc.lay Hrothcr-', n 7iOliIo levee, nrcf
wholeMiluaKciitu-for the celebrated Klaluu
Oil. Forclcar li'dituml abAoluteMir. lv, '
II I? thu best nil hi' the world. ' ItU alo I
ioraio at retail by all tlrnfc''lt.
for Hnt p.
A two-light ornauicnted ai
with j;iobe- Apply to K. A. lU'iiNurK
.o cnilirr Term DIkIiIIi lln.i-JiKltr
llroki I'riHlilliiif.
Iu the cai'e of the People ngatnst I.oit
Mcfira-on, for keeping a house of 111-
fatrie, tile Jury returned a verdict of not
Tlie ca.c of the People 's. Terry and
Sylycstcrdllazle wood, 'for, nsiudt to do
uouuy injury, win cutiunitequiitii next
ternf; on account of5 wunt"of evidence on
the part of tin; prosicution.
In thu case of the 1'cople aiaint Wil
liam Haukiii, for gaming, the jury re
turned a verdict of not guilty.
In the case of the People vs. William
Smith, ttie ten year old negro' boy who
was up for trial on Monday, on a charge
of larceny, the defendant was found
guilty, and' will "bb""?eut to therelorm
In the matter of thu claim of t,, W.
N'orri againsrthc eftftttToTG. YV.Trwiir,
deceased; jiidguient In favor ot claimant
forS."9 l li,ot tlijnl.clas cjahn.
UrAir. HiVckff.iigntJiJtifhei.anie
juilgificnt lu faVor ot claimant
ror20; tirtli claw claim.. ,
-Sublctt and,rfjtrcfliiiciurulnst tlic
same.eiStnte;! jiulgniCHt biRirer.ot claim
severaljfiiafywcrelicbrge on pay
ment of caJt"
TIij Hi i.i.wiv iriiilbi?
e4tJillmiitjill.is a
ircialiy iif Hill Hnnlii,
Nolc UiMils, I A'tt.T IUiid,,
..SlalcwoaU, ( uiiL, Lie, tuL l llltrS. nrldiV
'Siiiatl sbp lilllliraiUfjitriK i,ki
JltMliiiii Izv lull lu'.ili, )or tlifluunil .I'Tu
All uu fuarlirn phnnil jnpor, i.urllslc milled
i n liy any ouiir fimci mini in i.nirrnt uie
mitUe,pj.ially (Vr1till'J0leo7V -JiS-VT
St.lliMiii-iilH, l.itllf, li.VVLl"iO...- . 3 CO
TiiffiT tfrail, farlysle, per 1 I to
Not llnels, Catl lie. Jier Kx.0 ....) r.S 0.1
VNitiiiKcinld vr .ui-k.ie
JliMlim cili,,.Nu.,l..-! ipyJJrltul board, "
nwL f ... p
cjiuiii i-.slud. lulf-shiil. 1 till -i-lx-ct anJ lime-
sliccfpoa'lirs, 'ami ivilnird wVrW below M LouU
t'litnplilet, book Work and 1'ilrc I.i-ln mal'
asiecialty. ; afci- -
T hrive thN l:i- secured the .nle agency
"Coiupany compressed yeast, r either
wholcselu 'or retail. Menlers call
bu .suiiiilicd '"at any and all
times by call!
lliii'' oiijiit'. ThhU the.pply
veat of lburktnnln market' flinfls ccn-
iuiiic: hr.'ltJlffiiD.l, :i2 Eighth street.
Cairo; Ills., Oct. IB, 1S7.T. Ul-iS-liu.
Uonlt fc.rgpt,to gi!Uyoui;,preentbl' 10
yards ofMhd' heft ealfeos1 befifrir'S;olii
el 'e where, at llellbron",tWcH's.
('NfWVo'rlc NlnVo
.lust received 11
New Sugar.Uured Hums,
Ncw-Sugiirui'ed.Ilmiktasl Itacon, '
New Sugar.Curci) SliogUUr-1,
New Rock Caudylirlp Syrup,
K. & 0. Self-rlsliig Huekwlient 1'lour,
best ar.ticlu iu iwe try it, . -w
New Dried Corn, etc.,
Mince Meat,
Apple Mutter, ' 1
(jiilucu Rulter.
" 'Peach Mutlcr,
New RiiNlns, , ,
New Prunes,
AUo .New. Orleans sugar-ami yrup.
Wo otler.tho.abovogooiUititilioUiMn llg-
n.r 1 -a.:r?. o. 8tiir& c...
i i-i:i-ior.. .yyj.'i 'ii
Col. I.aw, of PulaM, Pulukl county,
dc-hes to take ten or u doen horses to
whiter at lils: farm, (lood stabling ami
itfEaMeriuffll ii'feivh5fl.Vi
i A house, wlth.tea room, ,oimo-
eK anifu'U loti.;lIonu. Is JHvAl' kW1
''Ornlinn Asylum Uulldhig." Apply to
U-i l-:tt
Wood Rittuniiousk.
. . . ..
11 . is
mmmmM!mmMm mfft.0 Xt";p
xq mina mat
of powder of the war of
wo havobeon known hero, lo I thcao
Wo mako war on hfgh prices.
Real Estate Column
fouhali:. .
rjvcral 'goo'd Sarins aud 3,000 acres of
unjn1provcirj.BndMii Alexandpr county.
"Winter's Ittock".' and "Winter's
A largu numln-r tit dc.-lrable ltest
Icnccf, aud cxcolleut vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses and residences.
fou i:exts r
nnine's house on ricvei lately
eiipied by Cunningham ,v Slllucll.
Iltiincs hou-e on l.evceuiicar Sixth
trcct,.lately occupied 1y"Cfo, Cole
man & Co.
Winter's lllock- suitable Tor Hotel,
Ollices or Itusliic.-s rooms cheap.
Tepenlfii'ts' numbered A, 7, S and 0, In
I Winter's l!ow,t5 rooms each, for $10 per
Muni... r , .. ,
No. 10 (comer), $12 507 room.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wilm
ington aveiute I rodtns $10 a mouth.
Store room iu "Pilot llou?e," lately
(icciipiedjWyllalley.! ,
Store room lately occiiiicd by Howe
Hewing Machine Co., oii 'Couiiuercial
nvenue, near Ninth street.
-1'wo small Houses jvebt .of.Twcnty
Toiid street, near Pine, $1 each per
mouthy Vf"? H O
liwetling nonse on iwclttli, near
(Valuut,- 0 rooms, for finite nioiillit
-pSiore rootji on Letjjt'2 Ubdve jKJghth
A number of Lots on.cvce, above
Twelfth street, outside flrliinlts. A No
a Iiirjfcjiiltnber Of other Lotk.lii dlflereut
localities'. " 1?
iXmU, ln4racts to suit, near Cairo.
loqohccuioi' biJtol lipurU fjiiiti rc
ccUjtJKhe BrM-Krixiotlidyaiid'tor
saiaviHitvinjuu,. , ,
The molto' r.r-IIellbroi it'Well Is.
'QdckilcrfiWtCwiairiirotrti.'IJ! U
LookatI Die splendid stilt tofidx dol
lars you can ,gcL jit .Hellbroii it, Weil's,
.1 4 hml 11 Coluine'rcial avoiiuiV'
Weihaya Just' jeccrvcrl Xt'iill line of
cliildrcu'.s cloaks, antlvboniiels : alio
hlflles' cloaks and sMrts at lower prices
than ever. " , Inu.iuiox & W'r.u..
The hot uud.clieapest' IiaU bin lie
ififtl at Hellhrt)il,& Well's. "! l'
lty or 1'iilro,
colored audi varnished, for sale at, halt
price (.$3:30) (it iiic H'ri.uritx-'olliec. ' '
. Wu arc ottering rf'full lino nf Jeans at
co.-t prl
fcxeliango for sale on all tbu prl
sehango I
'for salu on id
iilliu p'rlucl-
pal cities ofEurort)' ntEitterprfe Savings
Hank. v' Vl-VJ-iin.
v All styles ofgoodi uiarked dowu" to
suit-the thuek nfc;lItlllrou A; Wcll'ij.i
flellliron 'iV Well have reduced their
njcn'f nud boysovercoatij to' ajitbrilsh-
I lie lie.-l ouu dollar vtil Miqvcs loillid
id lids' country can be bought; at llcll
bion & Weil's, 112 aud lit Commercial,
aveuile. ' 1 ' ' i
Ju?t received, another lot of tlioe
brou it NVeil's, , ,-,
" .. . .'..'. Hi li. ,
t jytcncs ui icnurcs uuueriiiiu nuspi
ec-i of the inemlii
inemliers of the Library Abo-
tliu eitiiblif Jjuicnt of 'a public
ciatiou lor tliu etidjiifbuicnl
llbraiy lu Cnlnv'wlll bo held alter
naUilyat tk Presbyterian, MethodUt and
Chrstahi cJiurclics. The following5! la
dies and gentlemen hnvu khully con
t)iteIjoJccftiru'.coirimejieliigiMt "t&X.
Nov. I (i, ir. II. Wardifor.
VV il,.RcV. Ch;8. ACjlbertJ.tXT B
2!), Dr. Win. It. Smith.
" 21, Mrs. O.O. Alvord. "
C. O. Ki.Goj.vc'y.
lty order of Executive Committee,
IiJ'wntcrpro?ilj nl.1 .cplnrs, we glvb dx-
tra Itidiicciucuts ! Rest black at 80 ccufs
. , A.Maui Jtuiai Itter
iTo Cowpcrthlt Phillips Wtrflhoiio
Atloutloii! ealrauihh
hprajHffiftBSjSf SHrff adve?
iUliig, which we Ull Mil at two dollars
per dor.cn L Inipilre at Uulletln olllce.
11 tgnjf
' " tif' L ..--, ill 1 .mi,
Flm and brlM
4k -d A . ts t
- -. w i-s- swsi' r a
1812 : goods well made
. - s.
s, f is3 '
um.Y.n..M .
many yoarB)--but to mtc voutha
I1 it
Nnnanire' Mnkvra "Put V or Mink
To every 'sail jajrc manufacturer of
Cairo this challenge Is submitted on lb"
following grounds: That the dllforenc
varieties of sausage manufactured by
Ivoehlcr & Bro. arc superior to any other
, Cairo manufacture. The decision of thu
matter Will lie It-ft to n onninint cnm.
lolttce, at Hchccl'a hall on Sunday; Nov.
iilst. '
Wc. make, this otter iu jfood lalth feel
ing coulidcnt that better sausage than
that madoiby Kochler A Mt93.hu not
been iiiitl cannot be produceti in Cairo or
the State of Illinois.
ll-lO-gt FUKV. KOKIIUR'i.'BRil.
. CyCoiwprs Ml Ycast.-CS
Only t agency lnA town for Tnusky
yeast best in use wholesale and retail.
Received fresh dally by New York Store.
. ;ll-13-10t .
Port Xlst. 1
nmvKi. i.
Steamer dim Flsk. Pnducah.
" St. Oenevleve," Vlcksbtirg.
" Olcncoc, St. L'outs,
" City Chester, St. Loiif'. .
Snag-boat Aid, Mound City. , '
" T. IV. Florence, Ucd River.
Tow-boat Wild Boy, South'. "
" Rover, St. Louis.-
Steamer .Tim Flsk. Paducah.
. St. Genevieve, SlU Louts. '
' f Ulencoe,NewOrlean.,'
'City Chester, Meinphi. -Snag-boat
Aid, Arkansas river.
" T. . Florence, Red river.
Tow-boat Wild Boy, South.
" . Rovw, PlttsburK. v t
,4 '-''
The river at dark last evening was III
'feet 4 4-.1 inches on the aauncliavinir
risen 7 1- 5 Indies during the previous 2k
hour8.W is I f- VJ
Tlm(wcatlicr was cold enough sule
,Djj bodyf yCTyandijgjBiry
was sun going uown.
.i,.iiiui!? tail .
4 ttWjBKmiii?'
-ThVOknnjade 'laVjref adi
Captairt Bdhhird,' ajrentof St. Louw
underwritonjMlaUie city yesterday.
One of,thelfret. barges ol the Val
y company "Is "being1 loaded at tha
. . t
m mm m u mmm
WAKUu-ARTUKjrr.'lUviaHswirr; l
xov. w.'iiga.' t
'' i V 1 '' ''.' IT.
Cairo -i-"J ti, X 8
I'ltuimrs Z-lZ K-3 -xi s
ClnrliinU..;.;.j....i, i H i ,
UiiUvllle , S X
Kathrllli? ..' 15? i ' jL
Bt. LuuU.M s' ' ti )
. StrKtant,S.lgMttTli-rtV.B.A
Oorrrcliil dally tiy Ki al. Stcarna, comadtaloB:
mcrchjut, .Sirr4arjrt-,or:,ta Cairo Uoard oC
Trade. ( V;'j;rl stf'
1'lour, arrorillng in crude
I Airn . ,iiIm1. .uftkMl
Corn, uilxtd, .aeknl...
worn, Mime, auukru.,,
UuU, lulxrd
Tlran, fier ton. ...;.......
wIui,aiciii uviru,... ...M...MWM. t
iiuuer, ciioicv Moruiern
llilllir. cliolcit Hoilthern llllnoli
Kkks, ierdoen..
Cb(okDM, MK' iozn.....i
Turkeys, par doien ....... ....'.."i,
Auplej, eliolie, ier barrel- .i .,
Applet, common, r barrel....!..
l'obttoea, er barrel -.
Union), per barrel.....;...
"4 f
at satin m
;..7 Vmw '
.,3 0U314
9 0
,..- 8 t'W
Mrs. X 1WAIDI1
li now rectlvlm. a lnre luxt-wtUtsleeteil
lock or
4 on
To which alio Invite the 1
a of tlieladla
or Cairo
fuiind all
of .Cairo 'ltoMr
BonaeU. RIU-
U. Tr riilaiii fiilliaViiiiiitaV sHiax
a aikiMiMBpa aiTiar iswmi.i imanr
'uu Ax.. laiai li ajm . -. HMHtei o
tliewheav ILar t..i. .r tiniMr rssis tsslai t
liaM Is mmJmWaai h FjU9sWaWW
be undarawld by JssHMsV Mir,
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