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C&RODXlLi BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1B73
rtuiMHn mm, Btutt aatMiat
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. H. 810. Ban., Observer' nrrici:, )
Cairo, Mrch 1, 1073, 10. U p.m. J
Barometer 30:18 and falling.
Wind northeast, Tclocily z mile per
Weather, light rain.
Maximum tempcratnrc last 21 hours, nt
3 p. 98 degreei.
Minimum temperature, last 21 hour, at
0-a. hi., 81 degrees.
Prevailing wind List 21 hours, oast.
Total number of miles wind travcllod, last
Si hour, 160.
Rainfall, last 21 hour, .20 Indies.
David W. Harnett, Observer.
Four light, airy and commodious business
offices. Knnutroat P. Cuhl's now building,
No. 80 Ohio lavco. 2-2tf
Immediately A coat maker and panls
maker. Only the best workman need apply.
No 30, Ohio levec. .1. LHMNa.
Destratnt will positively bo mado upon
personal property lor the taxes due upon
both real and personal cstato after Mnrch
15. This means business.
dtd ai.kx.J1. InviN, Collector
Boarding bosses, men and teams wanted
on tlio Mississippi Central railroad. Apply
on tlio work, seven miles northeast of Co
lumbus, Kctucky, and at Dresden, Tcnncs.
see. SiiEiiAN.t LoLCii, Contractors.
The city council will meet to-morrow
City scrip Is now selling at 03 cents on the
.fudge Mulkcy has returned Irom St.
There was only ono eae bcloro tho police
court yesterday morning.
I will give Ofly dollars reward for any In
formation that will lead to the detection nml
conviction of tho person or persons who
bayonoted my heller. The bayoneting was
one lad Saturday evening or night.
3-1-dlw OKO. YOCUM.
W. A. Redman of Napoleon, Arkana
has returned to Cairo on a visit.
County court will aeinblo
morning for tho trati-acllon
for the transaction of
will assemble to-mornw
Phil Iloward has returned (rom St. Louis,
where ho has been engaged In several suits
Hon. Thomas Wll'on returned yctcrday
from a week's trip along the Hue ol the Cairo
and Vlnccunes railroad.
All restrictions to shipments ot freight
over tho Illinois Central to Cairo, arc now
removed, except on hay.
We should fall In our duty as tho great
religious organ of Egypt, It wo dtd not ad'
vise our readers to attend church to-day.
ATTENTION Silt KNIGHTS.
A regular conclave of Cairo Com.
mandcry No. 13, K.. T., will be held at the
Asylum, Monday evening, 3d March, iiJ
O.'.TW. Work In tho Ulack Degree.
Sojourning Sir Knights arc courteously in
vited to be prccnt.
Jamks A. l'Hin.19, Recorder.
On Monday evening, March 3, at the Athc-
ncum rror. David wane win iccturo on
Spurgcon and Ills Works" Hc;! Is an ablo
speaker, having traveled In Europe two
years in preparation. Draws good house
wherever he goes. Don't fall to hear him.
Ticket for reserved scats can be had ntD,
A "scraping" match took place yesterday
between a well-known citizen of this place
and Pat Kellcy of Missouri. Pat got rather
the worst of it.
For Sale. My cntlro stock of groceries
saddles, harnoss and (arming Implements, at
wholesale or retail. D. Artkh.
A large wbartboat belonging tollalllday
brothers. from Vlcksburg, Miss., will arrive
here during the day and will be moored be
low the Illlnol' Central railroad wharfbont.
Rev. D. U. Turney lectured last levelling
in the M. E. Church on the "Roa6onablencfs
of Miracles.' We publish to-day u part ol
it, the conclusion not being furnished in sea
son to appear.
II. Able, No. 2 Seventh street, has ju tt re
eclved un entire new stock of wall paper and
window shade;, which will be sold at lowest
Dr. Wardncrhasniovcd his ofllco and rent
dence inlo tho second story of his new
building, No. Ill Commercial avenue, where
he may lie found day or night except whe
neccs-arily absent on professional business
Turney's lectures, which closed last night
lure been pronounced by good Judge th
most scientific and thorough of any ever do
Jlvered in Cairo. If published in book form
they would meet with ready sale. No mere
abstract or synopsis can begin to do tho lec
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD.
Ldst, yesterday, a diary containing re
ceipts and other papers of no use to any one
except tho owner. Tho book also contained
820 8-" cents in crccnbackl. The lluder Is
hereby informed that he may keep th'
money, but U requested to return tuo iiook
and Doners to J. K. Parks, nt the Little
Kcntucklan saloon. 2-23-3t
CAIRO CIIAMI1EU OF COMMERCE.
An election for president, vlco president,
and eleven directors of thu chamber of com'
mcrce, to serve for the ensuing year, will be
held at tho olllce of O. D. Williamson, ou
Tuesday, March 1, at 10 o'clock a.m.
By order ol the Board of Directors.
.1. n. Humphreys, Secy.
Cairo, Feb. 23, 1873. 2-2Wt
Notice is hereby given that on Monday
March 3d, A. D. 1873, at 4 o'clock p. in., tho
annual clcctlou for twelve trustees of tho
Orphan Asylum ot Southern Illinois at Cairo
to servo durlug the ensuing year, will be
held at the ofticc of Messrs. D. Uurd & Son
In said city of Cairo. Tl. U. Candee.
Cairo, Ills., Feb. 23, 1873. ' 2t
1 will sell at public auction on Monday
March 3, at 01 it. m., at the saloon of W
Urlndlc, No. 00, Ohlolevcc, between Eight!
and Tenth streets, a largo assortment of
household and kitchen furniture, consisting
of safes, chairs, bedsteads, matrcsscs, pll
lows, tables, cooking and heating stoves,
Also counter, shelves, etc. Salo positively
2-2Std D. Uartmak, Auctioneer.
Steamer City of Chester, St Lonh
insmarcK, oi j.ouis
Cnas Bodmann, New Orleans
Mary E Forsyth, st Louis
Arkansas Holle, Kvansvllln
city of Qulncy, New Orleans
Tlnvcr, St Louis
Steamer City of Chester, Memphis
iumarcK, cv uricans
William Cowcn. St. Louis ,
Charles Bodmann, Cincinnati
Mary E. Fnrsythc, New Uricans
City or Qulncy. St. Louis
Emperor, St. Louts
" Foarlcs, St. Louts
" Glasgow. .Tohnsouvlllc
" Rovor, Pittsburg
" Illinois, Columbus
condition or tiic nivF.ns.
The Ohio continues falling and the decline
is becoming greater every day. Tho Minis-
Ippi continues on tho decline with about 8
feet In tho channel.
Special dispatches to the Bulletin report
tho condition of tho Ohio and Mississippi
rivers at various points.
UUSINKS4 AND WEATI1KR.
Iluslnci remains about the same, and If
tonnage coutd be obtained thcro would be a
large amount of freight shipped dally from
It commenced snowing early yesterday
morning, and the flake fell fast all lorenoon,
and old mother earth was again covered
with a mantle of white. A largo portion of
tho snow had melted by dtrk.
The William Cowcn .irrtvcd with a tow of
Pittsburg coal and left yesterday with sev
eral barges of It for St. Louis.
The Glasgow arrived from Jolui'-onvllle
with the Green line wharfboat In tow.
The illsmnrck filled out her cargo hero
ami left at noon yesterday with a full load.
Tho Quickstep turned back to Kvansvllle
from Paducah last trip.
The Arkansas Ilelle came in with a very
slim trip and returned HkcwIo.
The Mary E. Forsyth came down heavily
loaded and Jrcluscd freight. Captain Ham-
blcton, her owner, came down on her.
The Rover passed by for Pittsburg with a
tow of Iron ore.
The Fearless had two barges of coko and
two barges of merchandise in tow lor St,
The Emperor discharged largely here and
had a good trip for St. Louts.
Tho Tyrone brought In a light trip from
Na'hville and goes back to-day loaded down.
City If avttoraal Brass BaUdlng.
SfeBpecul attention paid toordors from Meu
hot night or riT
OOMHUMION ARB t UKWABBino.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
H G it CHANTS.
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
And Agents of
IIIIO RIVEB AND KANAWHA
SELLING OFF AT COST
The first day of spring camo Inllko a Hon
n tame lion. Friday evening it cleared up
cloudy, and u warm snow fell' during the
night and part of yes'.erday morning. Then
the thawing process set in and by nlcht the
streets were as full of slush us a firtt-class
Mr. Fred. Rose, merchant tailor, desires
to Inform the public that he has received a
full and complete stock of caslmercs, French
and English cloths, coatings, vesting, etc.,
for spring and summer woar. Good tits and
all work guaranteed. Shop, No. 101. Com
mercial Avenue. 2-28-lw
Wo have heard of not a tingle (or mar
ried cither, to be entirely correct) person
going from Cairo to Washington to witness
the inauguration of Grant on next Tuesday,
Cairo ought to be represented on that occa'
slon. Something will bo lacking, and the
people won't know what's the matter until it
is too late.
The Green Lino wharfbont arrived here
yesterday and is now anchored at the loot
of Fourth street. It was built by tho II ow
ard Bros, of JotTersouvllle. Indiana. It is
one hundred and thirty-live feet long and
tlilrly-tlvc feet wide. Its freight capacity is
eighty car loads. It was built at a cost o
eight thousand dollars. Capt. James Miller
of Nashville, has chargo of It.
It Is the intention ot the Incorporators ol
the Cairo and Tennetsco River rnllroud to
so amend tho (barter as to remove the ob
jectionable features and prevent the bill a
second time to the Kentucky legislature. It
is hoped it will pa6s and receive the signa
ture of Gov. Leslie beforo tho twentieth of
March, on which day tho convention in May
Held to further the Interests of the road, will
G A Northlngton, Wm Elighl, Ballard
county, Kyj Robert Long, New Amsterdam.
Ind; O S Martin and wife, Toledo, Oj T II
Seymour, river; James McLco, Memphis
Tcnn; II JTpoor, Birmingham, Ky; Robert
Lew, city; II S Wallrldgc, Pulaski county;
Logan Wllllamsou, Rockport, Ind, John,
Haiti, Vienna, Ills; Ab Mackey, Mt. Vcrnou;
W w Owens Cllnton.Ky; u e snuin.ouis-
vllle.Ky; A Baldlug, Wheeling, West Mr-gtnla.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Robt Iuglc, Philadelphia; D U Tuornc,
Makanda; J M Loonard, Kentucky; h. 31
Banks, Mississippi; II A Huntington, Chi
cago; L Frances. Cincinnati; L Van Stein-
borir. St Louis; Mrs Oliver anil Mrs bmcuiy,
Vicuna, Illinois; E Fronch,, Ohio; J b wit-
kins, St Louis: J T Shlrly, Memphis; Mrs
Hawey and child, Kentucky; w L Hamuie
ton, Mound City; J M Tauter, Vlnccunes;
F J Chapman, Carbundalo.
List oflottcrs remaining In the nsst-olllca
Saturday, March 1, 1873 :
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swander. intending ta remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her large
UU VIVKUUl BIOCK Ol
immediately. In order to faclllltate the sale
of her goods, Mrs. Jackson has determined
to oner me
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites the ladles of Cairo and vle'i'.ty
io canon uer u incy ucsire goou uar&ins.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most of them having been selected from
tho late fall styles, henco tho ladies have
raro opportunity to purchase new and fsh
lonablo millinery at cost prlco. The stoc
consists of hats ribbons, flowers, hosier
ladles underwear, etc., etc. 11-SOtf
70 Ohio Levee,
Our Home Advertisers.
HTOVBfl. TIMWAKK. KTO,
ARE MADE SOLELY BY THE
EXCELSIOR MANF'G COMPANY
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Aro doing more and
Charter BETTER COOKING
On If Qtilrkrr nml Cticnpor
vui 'lhan any Stove of same cost.
Charter T .... I..,.,.
AND OrKRATK 1'EKFCCTLY
Will do your
Charter COOKING CHEAP
rn. AND EtSY.
VllK IVI'K A.M Cl.r. lJf.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1TO. 74 OHIO Lij-ViDE-
Retuil and I'rcscriplion
Corner Waxhlngton Ave,
and Eighth street.
SOLD 11 Y
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buccvsson to K. h. HendrlCM It Oo.)
Forwarding and Commission
Llbe ml Adfsneerueuts made
upon CooslKDRionU. JSfi
Are prenarrd to rectiTfi, store and tonrard
fretghtt to all point and bay tad
sell on oommlKSion,
MrButloftsj attended ta promptly;
S. D. AYXRH. E. J. AVKIl 8
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT;
No. 78 Ouio Levie, Cairo, Ills.
Kenuln&ton. O W
Abrutus. W II
"While the switch engine on the Cairo and
Vlncenuea railroad on Krlil iv nl.-l.t .....
"-.... ' "a Dav.Wm
niwuiuB t uu voramerciai avenue, th Finch, l'hll
engineer ran into a train of twenty cars ( (irundtnaun, 11
wmcu were sianuing on the main track
auovo rwcntietb street. The engineer had
not observed them, and ho ran into them
with full force, damaging his engine to aeon
smcranio extent and making a complete
wt8ck oi me irain. no one was Injured,
Johnson, J J
U cilcr, Jicllo
Audcrton &. Son, A
llrown, O W
Chcnowcth, James C,2
Chauhurn, 11 II, Capt Dunway, Johu
r rastier, ueo
1 Isll, S It
Ooles. A L
Hooker O 11
"We have beard It said that an attempt will
be made this sprlne to organize an atsoela.
tion, lor the purpose ot erecting a theater,
that will uot onlv be anomnmpm tn thnn-
but one that will meet the reimlremcnts of
wur iiuuiy increasing population. This is
unuoumemy a move In the right direction,
and If an association of this kind mi.i.i h
formed lo erect dwelling houses, wc think it
nuum mcei wuu much cncourageiiiont..
Yesterday, Jailer McIIale fouud five hun-
ArA AiMmn In .r.ii.it.r..i. .
. .ukaitcu KrcenDacKi in n
cell In tho Jail. It is suppol that tho bills,
which were all new and crisp, and had
never been oiled, bad beeu put there by
Hays, the counterfeiter, who spent one
Bhjfbt In the Jail. With what was found on
bis parson when arrested, and five hundred
dollar found on him by Jailer Fitzgerald.
tue juiti at bad in all amounttu to tno
UtouMoa ftoaflvo aolhui.
Ohio, .1 1)
Hammond Kd 0,
Howard D M,
Johnson S 11,
James J S,
llVUftl'l W Lit
uaien j k,
Hcrsch C F.
HartfU C'has Capt,
LIgbtbody John W, Lai-e W II
Mathews W 11, Martin Thr,i
f.,l nnr.liHn llnV.. f..... .. '
wcmiscii r. u,
ranter, uavis K to,
Powers J li,
uciu n o,
Spcuce L G,
Myers Jacob C,
Sullivan D P,
rour rooms lately occupied by Dr
Wardnor, over Dr. Attor's grocory store.
no. 113, uommorclal Ayenuo. Enquire
i tno nore or u. u, Artor. 2-20 tf
Ob EluUlh Htret, beiweea Cemmerstal and Wanti
nxmn ATenuoa, l neuv r-erivin
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATIHT TALL AND WINTKR flTTLKH
tleames a lull line of
BOlTlTETfe to HAT3
ITnmmed and untrimmod,
FkENOU FLOWERS. RIBHON3, TRIMMING
of all kindi. Laces, eto., eta.
Mrs. McOee hu alio a larse eaartuAnk o
Fancy Articles, such aa
.NECK TLH. OLLA8. UNDEH.SLEEVE8,
HUFFS, BAallES, rA.Na,
And all other articles nsually found la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Sirs. McGce. In addition to her xtnrk nt
nncy and Millinery Goods, has a tlneono and
Fmpleto assortment of Cincinnati Custom
code Ladles' and MUtos' Shoes and Chll
Mans' Boots, Ulack and in Colors. These
reacknowlcdged to bo tho finest and best
n the market, and this Is the only
tho city that inakas them a specialty
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AMD DKALSK IN
HAY, OATS, COBN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
UYLAND & SAUER,
AND DEALEKH IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Comer 10th street and Commercial avemn
next iloor to the llyland saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
Of chamois and rabbit skin,
for weak lung.
At BARCLAY I1K03.
KOU SORE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
11 Y IIAROLAY ilROH
And Disinfectants for Etablo
At HARULAY BROS.
0 FINE CIGARS,
k. HONEV IIEI'"
J uu.u a.iii.i:ic.,
1.- And "I7nlvctal Standard."
r At BARCLAY BROS.
IIP DS1LCB III
Eioiith Street, Between Wabhimotoa
AND COMMBBCIAL AtENDER,
AdJolalsiK Hl'toalsosiae muH Ilanny'a
Keep (be bent or Deet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sausage, eto., nd are prepared lo setTe
citisens in me raosi aefepume manner.
BtrrcnxB and Dealer in all Kind oi
Corner Ninktknth and Votlxk Sts.,
Buys and slaughters only the best cattle
bogs and sheep, and Is prepared to fill an)
demand for fresh meats from one pound tc
Kin thousand nnunds.
11 A KB Y WALKER l'rop'r.
ThU house Is newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SOM,
(Successors to John B. Phillif,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &cM
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tbe splendid nUamer
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sundaycxccptcd) at
'Ip.tu For freight opasaaice apply on boat or
to Jas. Malluuy, A't.
Oni Levee Cairo, III
F. G. Schuh.
TENTD-ST. and OHIO LEVI.
G. M. ALDEN,
Late Of Thomas & Aldcn,
FLOUR, MEAL, OR.UN.HAY, &c.
No, 13& Ohio Levee, Cairo.
3TCayi advances on (ioods on al(,'ht.
Refkrknces: City National Bank
Cairn, Flrt National Bank of Chicago.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & RRO.
o.Dcrar Commission Merchants
183 OHIO LEVEE,
E. V. MATIIUM..
x. o .cm
with tho he
are compounded In the most approved style
CrCome ana we (or yourself, jei
MATHUSS & UHL,
Com mi 8 s ion Merchants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. C. HUELS,
Late of .St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street und Commercial Ave
RLANK ROOKS of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling dono nt short notice. Illbles, Music.
MaKazlnvsnnd Periodicals bound neat and
at the lowest possible rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
Fee Hooks, Ulauks, etc., mado n rpeclality
ltoxes, Pocket Rooks, Envelopes, etc.,
made to onmr ii.si u.
No! 104 Commercial Avenue,
French, Scotch and American casslmcro
or all colors, and heaver and uroau ciotns
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up lntho
And nt thn lowest mice. A fine Htaml first
clasd work cuarurtccd. Satisl actio In all ro
FOR BALB.1 JijjHjlJfFOR 8ALR
POR SALE. rorBiUe I FOR BALK
Fars from LiTiarooL,
Faro from Lovdcvdxkbt
Faro from Glasgow,
Fare from Qubbnbtoww
TO CAIRO, j t t : : t 4 8'20
eaffgrd, Morns ft Candec Agcnti,
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wlioleaalo nuil Hrtxll Orocer,
Has on hand at all limes VcjrotaMc, Fruits
iiuiicr aim ti'i, i.aru,
Honey, Tuoi-ical Fkuith, Etc., Etc
J5TA11 coods 'Warranted Fresh, and told
at Muall 1'rotlt.
N. H. Parcels delivered to any part of tho
city to Customers.
WEST SIDE COMMERCIAL AVE., UETWEEN
llUl AND 18th HTKKKTd
THB 2STHW SYSTEM.
QttOCERIES RETAILED AT WUOLKSALE
FAICES rOR CA8U.
AT H. C. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WABUINOTON AVENUE, HETWEEH TENTH
AND ELEVENTH HTBEET8.
Mi ybi.vnr Cuba Sucar for - - $5 0
9J " " ' ... l 00
OJ Ibi. A coffoo Suear, N. Y. 8td. - 1 00
1 11 Primo Rio Coffoo for - - 1 OC
8 11 Cholco 11 - - 1 OC
3 " Old Government Java - - 1 OC
Teas and othor ttaplo and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods now and full wolght given. Call
And Dealer lu
VEOETARLES, FRUITS, EGGS,
LARD, FRESH BUTTER, LIVE
AND D II ESSE D PuULTRY,
FRESH SALTED AND
SMOKED FISH, ETO.
All Goods Warranted Fresh
ABd sold at the lowest prices forjeash,
aEighth streot, totwoen Commercial
and Washington avonuos.
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES, FRLTIT8, EQ08, LARD
FRESU BU'lTEit, KTC.
t3T All Goods warranUd fresh, and sold
tho lowest prices.
Corner OtU St. andCommerclalAve.
MISS M. J. 0AKSON
Wishes to call attention to her stock or Toys,
Notions and Fancy Ooods and Staple Arti
cle! consisting of Dolls in great variety,
Ladles Work-boxes ot fine quality, Writing
Deski, Children' Dishes, Toy Wagoni, DoB
Hiuriiles, Hobby Horses, l ino Sllver-platca
Ware oil Nickel Sliver. Fine Tablo-knlvos,
Knapkln Rings, China Vases, and a good se
lection of Cheap Jewelry. Also flno
Call llella. Pictures and Picture Frames, and
many odior article too numerous to meix
ion. All ate invited to call. No. lr 6 Com
mercial avenue, between Nlatu and Tentb