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TJ.E CAIHOJ)AlliY IIULIjBTIaN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY fi, 1874.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
OKdBBVUK'B OKflCK, CAIUO. Ills., I
February 8, 10:11 p.m., 17I. I
Tlitiniomeler, fit degree.
Wind I!. Velocity 4 miles, per hiur.
Maximum temperature lor Uit Ul hour,
Minimum taraperatttro lor the last '21 hours,
I'walllnR wind fur last 721 bourn, east.
ToUl number or iiilln traveled ly wind
during Uit 34 bourn, I.V,.
ToUl rulural iliirnur the last 'Jl hours -CO
Kiwi. itooi ii,
Observer Signal .Service, U. S. A.
UA I ItO, ARKANSAS AND TUX AS
AN J) OA I HO AN J) FUL
The shortest and only direct routo from
Cairo to Jacksonport, l.lttlo Kock, Hot
prlugs, Fulton, and all poluts In Arkansas
aud tUe Southwcstatid (laheston, Houston,
..Dallas, Austin and nil points In Texan
' I'WKLVK HOURS IN advance ok
ANY OT11KR UOUTK.
Tbrougb tlckeU, through hills of lading,
and Information a. to freight rates, pan
tnger (are, connection, etc., run be oh
tjinad at tbo company's nltlcc In Winter's
Mock, corner of HcU'iith sheet and Com
Hack will call at private '.residences and
iiotols for p.lcnii-r, when older arc left
Klcgant l'ullman palaco tlrrplDg can on
all night tralni.
'Iraiua run dally, (riutidaya cxccptcil)from
th Cairo Ofllcc a follows:
CftAltLXMO! ACCOM MOD VTIO.V.
Leave (Iri'cnficM'i .yss a in and 4:o.'i p.ru,
Arahe at (liecnlirld'j U:17 a in amlWWp.m.
fcXI'llKH.- lirxi kaily
J.eaw-s Drcehtlcld't . 30Q:. in,
Arrlw at (Iri'enileld'i) . , . 1:11) p.m.
D. AxtkI.l, Chief Kulnei r.
THK CAIRO AND VINOONKS
CHANOK OK TIME.
Hi and alter Tuesday, January 1:!, 1874,
trains will run as follows:
I.atn Cairo I:T0a.M.
" .Mound City. .. 4:10 '
Uarrisbtiri; 7:47 "
" Kldorado bilr.i "
" Norrls City S:i:,
' Mount Cannel li):.'-'i "
Arrive at Vinc'inne I 'J -1 U P.M.
Leave Vim eunea 7:'Jf A.M.
' Mount Cannel S:l.l "
" Cartnl 10.01 "
" Norrli Cltv 10:47
" Kldorado.; U:Ti "
" HariilurK 11:1'.! "
" Mound City t!:l0 p.m.
Arrive at Cairo .".:O0 "
MOUND CITT ACCOMUOl'ATIOH.
Iave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and 0:00 p,m.
l eave Mound City Htl2:(i.lii.aiido:.Vip.m.
At Norrls City with spMnyio-ld aud Illi
nois Southeastern railway lor Springfield
At VlDcennr.", indlaiiapollsand Vlm-eiinc
railway lor Indianapolis and all points Nortb,
Lat and Wot; with Lvansullu and Craw
fordm lllr railway forTerra Haute, K an. Hie,
OanviU", Chicii;o and I)lnt .North, Ka-t
and we. t; willi Ohio anil .MU-i'-dppI rail
way fur fat. Louis, .LoiiNvillo, Ciuciiuiati and
all point cant and went.
'I tckeli lor sale at Company's otllce, cor
ner Seventh street and Commercial avenue,
and by Jarues Mallory, Ticket Agent, No..
L. W. I'ai.mkk, Oon'l Sup't.
K. 1'. 'WlLaow, Onn'l l'soeneor, Agt.
lth GitA.vi) Gift CoxcniiT
I Kor the bcneilt of tho
. PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
OVKR A MILLION IN RANK.
Success Assured !
A Kl'l.Ii DRAWING CKRTAIN
ON TUESDAY,3lst of MARCH NEXT.
IN order to uiect toe general widu anil
enDectatioD of the public and ticket hold-
ar for the full pamcnt of tho mau;ni!!cciit
irttta, announced ror mo i-ourtu uraua unt
Concert of tlio 1'ubllc Lihrary of Kentucky,
,hu uanaKemeni uavo ueiernuncu to post
pone the Concert and Drawing until
TUESDAY, tbo 31st of March 1871.
They have already realized
OVER A MILLION DOLLARS
And have a great many agents yet to hear
No doubt Is entertained of the sale ol
every ticket beforo tho drawing, hut
whullicr all arc bold or not tbo drawing will
positively and unequivocally take place on
tho day now tixert, and 11 any remain un
told they will be cancelled and the prlzon
win no reuueeu in proportion to me uiihoiu
Only 00,000 tickets Imvn been l-suod, and
12 OOO CASH QIPTS.
will be dlttrlbuteit among the ticket hold
The ticket are printed in coupons of
tentlw, and all fractional part will bo reprc
tented In the drawing j ust as whole tickets
list or outs.
Odd Oraud Cu-li Cift
One Grand Cash (.lit
Doe Grand Cash (lift
One ilraud Cash (lift
Ouo Grand Caili Gift
IA Cauli GlfU $10,000 each ,
:iOCab (lilm ri,(KM) each.
U) Cash Gifts 1,000 each.
SO Cash Gilt MHleach.
1M Cash Gifts IldO oach .
t 1150 Cash Olftn 5!00 each .
11,000 CashGlltH 1.0 each.
. 1(H) 000
. N) 000
. 2.'i 000
. 17 m
. 100 000
. lfiO 000
. ,VJ (K)0
. 40 OtKI
. 40 000
. 4."i 000
, . ooo
, . ; roo
,. n jo ooo
Total, 12,000 (ilflb all Cash, amount
ing to 1 fiOO 000
The ciiuni'.ui lor a out are a. ouo to me.
Tentlm, or tivh coupon
- Itf 00
'.134 TlckeU for
i Wbolo ticket for . - fi.OOC 00
JJ7 Wbolo tlcketi for - - 10,000 00
no iiiMcount on iei.s iimu v.kki woriu o
Tbo Fourth Gift concert will bo conducted
tu all rcHiieetH. like 1 n threu that lmvu nl
mudy been ulvcn. and lull nartlcularH iuuv
bo leurnod liom clreiilais wliicti will nont
Iree Irom thla oltice tu all who apply for
ordPM for ticket and applications for
uxncloH will bo uttoudml to lu tho order
Ibey aro received, and it Is hoped tboy will
bo sent in promptly, that there mav bo no
I.m fo, illNnpolutmcnt ordelj- In filling nil, Mb.
t-r:t' terni aro given to thorn who buy to sell
jgniu. Ail UKimiN aru preiupionauy re
iulrcd to hcttlo up their accounis mid ic
turn all unsold tlekots by the 201 li day of
.March. TIIUH. K. l!ltAMl,i;iTK.
Airent I'ubllu Library. Ky., ami Mnnai-er ol
t tiirt conce;t, J'libiic Library building
I t.ouiiiiue, ji ,
CAlllO LOCAL NEWS.
OVRKcoAi worth $10 for ?8 at Hart-
A I CM. nmortinent of J. I'. Coat' and
Clark .V V. colton, at livo ccnti pBr
tpool nl Hartman & Co'., corner Sixtb
Mroet. &7-1- tf
A coUPLK of "lady" pitgllllU cV0 lb
jioopla of Twontloth ttroet and vicinity
an exhibition of their pugtlittic ubillttot
yoilorday. They wero arretted and.lus-
lice, lllrd flnod them flvu dolUri and nofti
each lor their conduct.
It bin boon proposed that tho city lo
divided into flrodUricti tojbe numberod
o that in cato of fire, llio bolln may bo
tapped two, four or tlx time, as thocao
may b, Indicating In which dlitrlct tho
Tun revival at tho Metbodlet church
continues lo grow In inloret and each
evening tho number of inquirers in
ereaios and many bavo boon converted.
Prayer mealing at noon to-day and meet-
Ini; to-night an uiual.
Oa Tuoiday Toning a difliculty occur
red at n laloon in Klllmoro. betwoen two
men namod .Strattou ind Adkim.in which
rovolveri wcro uiod. Strattou wai thot
through tho arm, tbo wound being eevoro
though not dangorom. No arrests.
t 1'IA.S'O I.V KXCIIAK'.lt loll VAt ANT
lot is CAtiio. Any person having
vacant lot or lots that they would ox-
chniige lor allrst-claMplano, can bo suitod
by addrcising Mil Mary Dixon, aiont
Cafbondale, Illlnoi. 8J l-2rt-0t
Iah. . Coti.i: and Howard Ilrolaski,
St. houti; .I.C. .Medley, I'rri' Land
ing, Mo John Abbott, .Now Orloani; J.
W. Tibbelt, Cincinnati; C. White, Tole
do, and It. S. Htultb, Ann Arbor, Michi
gan, wore among the prominent nrrlvali
at tho .St. Charles hotel yoiturday.
Koit Rr.NT. Tho brick houm tituatud
corner Third itreot and Commercial rvo
nue. Tho liouso has bocti put in good re
pair throughout and is well arrangod for
a holel or boarding bouo, aUo rooms to
ronton Third treet. Jnnulro of Win.
Mcllale, No. 5, Winters block.
A'lTr.NTios Hut KNioiiTf. A sociablo
of Cairo Cornmandry will bo held at tho
Aaylum on Friday evoning, Fobrury 6th,
commencing ot b o clock. , illltjg
brethren cordially invited to attend. Sir
Knights will appear in fitigua dresi". Hy
order of tho
Commit! kk or Ap.ranpkmkvt".
A unoi: number of Juveniles of both
lexei met nl tho rciidenco of Mr. l'hll
Howard last night, by invitation. The
occasion wai thu birthday of Miss l'hll;ii
Howard. Tho nartv wa a very pleasant
one throughout. Tho little youngylndies
nd tho small voung gcntioinon, enjoyou
thcaiiolvo in though they were, old hand.
t tho builnei!. "
Coloiiado l.v Caiko That it ozoniod
ir. administered by Dr. Ilrighani. Ozono
is tho active principle of oxygen, tho llfo
giving elemont In common air, and it is
bucau.o of the tuporabundanco of thU
element In mountalnouii atiuuiphero and
tlia Ktuioi'jiliero of cold cllrnatvs, that thtio
countric! nro so lonefi:iul to trio health of
Tuz Kpiicopalian Church .Sociable, to bo
held this evening at tho residenco of tho
rector, l'.ov. Mr. Gilbert, promises to bo an
cnJoyablH atl'alr and largely ntteudod.
Wo undorstrnd that sn oyster supper will
bo served up by tho ladies of. tho Parish
and trust that the occasion will prove not
only i iucccm socially but also pecuniar!
Iv, as nono desorvo success moru than our
Episcopalian lady friends.
l'Ror. Haiidy will treat his scholars
to a Grand Macquorado Hall at tho .St
Charles hotel, on Mardl Gras, February
17lli. Hu envites all his former pupils to
participate in tbo festivities. Oood
order will bo prcforved, and a good timo
ie expected. Persons wishing to tako part
in tho procession in the forenoon, can ap
ply to Mr. Hardy At bin olllce, Xo. 119
Commercial nvenui. ('. Hahdv.
Tub following wcro the arrivals at tho
St. Nicholas hotel yesterday : W M Hath
away, Calodonia, 1111 ; L A Muller, O A
it T R R; J II Uotbuno, Uhnrloston, Mo ;
1' Woods ami 0 0 Mason, (J A & T R R;
LlUiano and J P Lane, Poplar lllull';
Jas Hilton, OA JsT R R; V? V Hascall,
Jilound Junction; 1 Stillwell, Soymour,
lnd; .1 II Murfay, Henderson, Ky; U
11 Brady, Dongola, III ; II Stoiuburg
Pittsburg, Pa; and It Jones, New 0
AN Important and Interesting law suit
canio oil' at Pillmoro, Kontuckytho tor-
minus of tho Mississippi Central railraad)
yesterday, Tho trial was to sottlo tho
question us to tho right of possession of
cortaln grounds at Fillmore. .Itidgo llul
lock, of Collumbus, and W. I. Illshop,
Kiq,, appoaroa for Mr. Keon, plaintiff
and dudgo Rigger, of Paducah, aud J. M
Nichols, of Illandvillo, for Mr. Torrill
defendant. Tho case was tried beforo "W
0. Ray, Kjq , of lilaudville. A largo
number of witnessed woro examined, and
each of tho attorneys spout con?i(Urt.b!o
timu in their arguments. At a lato hour
last night tho cuso had not boon decided.
.Miss Maiiki., daughter of Ruv. II. I!.
Thayer, celebrated bor sixth birth-day,
yesterday afiernoon. Flfty-sovon littlo
girls took part in tbo birth-day IVslivitiea.
Tho occasion was one which wu aro cer
tain will long bo romeiiiberad by tbo littlo
ones. Mr, nnd Mrv Thayer exerted
thoiiisclvoi ti their utmost to pleaso and
entertain their small guests, And mot with
signal success. Thuchlldruu wcro amused
with music and game4 until tlvu o'clock
whon they wcro treated to a feast of good
things, which made thorn Imaglno thoy
bad wandered into a'jmradiio of aweot
moats. Flfty-SBVon littlo girls aro thin
morning firmly convinced that tbo Prea
byterian parsonage is by far tho most de
lightful placo in Cairo,
At tho inectlnj: of tho City Council,
bold yestorday afternoon, It was decided
that tbo city no longer roquiros oight po
lkomeii, and it wai left to tho Mavor
to lossen tho force by decapitating two of
tho number. The Council might hi well
hav given him power to discharge them,
for thero ii that number on tbo forco that
nro lit for nothing oxcept to draw their
sevonty-Cvo dollars per month, And
whilo in tbo docapltttlng biulnc.il tlio
Council should have dovitod some moans
of getting rid of that usoless appor.dago
commonly called, etroot supervisor. Mr.
Gallgan ii no doubt a very good ofUci-r
and performs nil dtitlo faithfully, but un
der tho circumstances tho city could dis-
ponso with bis sorvlcoa without riou
R. H. liniuilAM, M. I)., Hoino pathiit,
13C, Commercial nvonue, Cairo, Illinois,
wishes to inform tho public that ho has
purchase! an apparatus for gonorating
o.ani.ed oxygen, and is now prepared to
administer this agent, which is now being
very successfully usod In diseases of the
respiratory organs, such as Asthma, Aculo
and Chronic llronchitls, C nsumption in
the 11 rat and second stages, also in Spinal
alleciiout, Rhuurnatiiim, Malarial fevers
Cholera, iVc, Many eminent pbysiclanb'
namet could bo given that advocatn the
use jf ozonized air by inhalation as ono
of tho most ctl'ectlvo curative, agents of
modern times. 1002 C-lm
To am. those of our readers who may
desiro work in tho dental line, wo recom
mend Dr. U. K. Douglas, whoso office
may bo found on Eighth ttrcut, over Steu
art & Gholson'a store. Dropping
into his officythe other day wo were much
surprised to find him refitting and refur
nishing his dental p&rlor in magnificent
stylo. When completed the doctor will
havu ono of tho finest dental estab
lishments in tho southwest. "Wu need not
call attention to tbo fact that tbo country
.swarms with irresponsible adventurers,
who palm themselves off for practical
dentists, and who come, and go llko tbo
winds, too frequently bringinz grief and
disappointment to tho unsuspecting who
may by cbanco be induced to employ
them. Dr. Douglas is a graduate, of tho
dental college at Philadelphia, and al
ways has and doubtless will continue tbo
practice ol his profession in this city.
Should any of our readers need plato
work, tbey will not only find Dr. D. a
first cla's mechanical donlist, but a per
fectly relinblo ono, and always attentivo
to duty. The doctor has gono to Chicago,
nnd during bis stay tbero will purcbatu
n full supply ol tho best dental goods to
be found In that city, and which will be
much better tban was ever oll'eied to tho
people of this city before. Go and tea
Tim '.Sun' of list night says about al'
that cm ba said with reforenca to tho
murder of Mrs. Ryan at Carbondale, on
Monday evening last, and tbo arrest In
this city yestorday of Twite, tho murder
er : "On Monday morning a Mrs. Ryan,
wlfoof a section bun of the Mt. Carbon
railroad, was murdered at bor homo by
somo unknown party, and tho houio was
robbed of between two and tbreo hundred
dollars. The killing was apparently dona
with a hammer and nxo belonging to the
hnuso. Mr. P.yan hid loft his homo
early in tho morning, and after going a
mile or two, bo met a negro man named
Twite, who had two dogs with him
Twlto is a man of bad character, having
boon guilty of ouo or two outrageous
deeds sometime since. AVhon Mr. Ryan !
returned to bis home, probably at noon or ;
sooner, be found Uih body cf his wifo ly
ing whoro it had boon loft, nnd the housn
robbod. At onco luspocting Twlto, bo
raised tbo alarm, and otUcors and tole
grauu wro sent in ovory direv!
tion fur Twite's nrrost. Shcrill'
Irvin of this city, rocolving a
tolegrm to lcok cut for him, kept on tho
alort, aud ppont Monday night, and
yesterday in company with bis
doputiee, in watching for him. Tho nogro
got to this city yesterday, but the officers
did not know that ho was their man. This
morning ho hired a horso from a livery
stable in the'City, and somowboro bclwcon
noro and Villa Ridgo ho was overhauled
by Sheriff lrvin in person. Ho would
mako no contesiion, but told enough lies
to uunvlnco tho U ho rill' that ho had
tbo right man, Tho officer
and prisoner came into this city on horse
back, but just when tbey got down as far
as Pat Fitzgerald's, thu negro turned bis
horso nnd away ho went llko tbo wind,
Tho Sherlll' followed close, alter lilm, call
ing and demanding a halt. Tho piisoner
paid no attention, and when tbo .She rid'
got near enough, ho tired at him, tho ball
entorod his back just beneath the shoulder
blado and lodgod against the skin of
fio left brnaat. Of courio this stopped
bim. Ho was taken to jail, and though
badly wounded, was takon to
Carbondalo in tho afternoon whoro
bo will doubtless bo hung as soon us he
gets thoro. Tho oxcitamont in Carbon
dalo is said to bo tcrrilllc, There can be
but littlo doubt that Twite is tho man,
Th3 shorill" found what bo bel'ovos to bo
tho wowan's pookot book and fifty or six
ty dollars on bis person. Ho is also ac
companied by dogi that answer tho de
Our shorill' is untitled to tho thanks or
nvorybody fur bis lalthfultioss in tho dn
cbargo of his duty?' 1T6 lit, without doubt
one of tho best olll jors in tho Statu of 1 HI.
This barber shop Is on tbo coruor ol
Klgblh etreot and CoinmerclaJ avenue
whrro J. Georgo litiouhouso with his gen
Unmanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, roadv to eootbo
your leollngs with n smooth sbavo, or cool
your temper and bend with ft good sham
poo, U is a firat-class shop, und you aro
sure of receiving llrfet-clusj treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair nut or curlod
after the inma approved styles. H-lG-tf
Fou h good squaro tnoal go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue
between Savonth and Klghth street. I in
THK JIIHKRNIAN HALL,
Tub Fourtoonth Annual ball of tbo
Hibernian Firo Company No. 4, will bo
giron on Tuesday evoning, Fobruary 10th,
1871, at Schuel' ball.
Thu undersigned coinmlttco of arange
monls are making nvery ciTort to mako
tbo ball a grand success, and will assure
all who may attend a pleasant timo and a
Tho public nro invited. Tickets II.
Vt'u. McllAj.i:,) Com.
1 lit L lIOW'ARIt, V of
sauka, J Arrng'ts.
Yy.h pounds of brov,n. sugar for $1; 8
pounds best coll'oe sugar ntjt; 3 pounds
of choico butter at ?1; lOconU for lard;
Imperial ton at $1; potatoes 30 cents ptr
pock; apples 40 cents, at AVIlcox's Mock.
Fi b Dollars roward will bo paid to
any ono who will furnish ovldoncoto con
vict tho boy or boys who aro guilty of
defacing and romoving sign board,
placed by me on lots "For Saloor Lcafo."
1-30-lw 0. "WlNbTO.V.
1'IVK DOLLARS KB WARD.
Lost on Monday last, a revolver. Hop
kins it Allen's patont, calibro 32, Pearl
handle, illvor-platod, gold finished cylin
der. Tho abovo roward will bo paid fur
iU rottirn to tho undersigned.
91-lo-d-ll Alkx.'H. Inviv.
Two Rattorlos of two Rollers, each VM
feet long, -12 inch Dram, '2 11 inch Flues
with firo fronts. Mud and Hlcum drums
Safoty and Mud valvop, Cblmnoy and
Rritcbiu, all compl'cto and In first-class
order,'; been used only throo monthi. For
price, o'.c, inquire ol J. T. Rknnik,
U-iS-tf. Vulcan Iron Works,
FOR SAL k7
On Sovcnth street, Cairo, Illinois, ono
of the most beautiful homcitcads in tbo
clly,j consisting of two lots handsomely
enclosed, s.ot with flowers, ovorgreons
shrubbery, &c, Arc; a well built and neatly
funlihed cottago containing soven rooms,
collar, cistorn, wood bouse, wash bouse,
bath bousoand coal house, with gai and
ovory convenience Apply to
Joit.v Q. Harmo.v & Co.,
Real Estate Agents.
January, 1&7-L 8-3-lm
Tho undersigned having resumed tho
management of tho above bolul, trust by
strict attention to business, to tbo wants
and comforts of their guosti, to merit tbo
re no wed favor of their old patrons and tho
traveling public in goneral.
Tho Saint Charles will at onco undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
proved in all its appointment.
Good sample rooms and special rates for
All baggage for guests convoyed to and
from tba hotel freo of charge
Jkwstt "Wilcox & Co., Proprietors.
I will loll myentiro stock of tho best
of Reef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
Ilutter, Kgg, Lard, Irish Potatoes, awoct
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Reef, and tho host of Corned Roef. Tho
salo will commence at r o'clock in tbo
morning and continue until nmo at night
I each day for nino months, Sundays ox
j ceptcd, I havo also ISO acres of the host
ol cotton land to sell or exchange for Cairo
j property. I aUo want eovoral good agent3
j to soli l'ruit troes. All of tho aooya will
1 ...1 v. t! D. ..
earner of Ninth ond alnut street", as
thoro Is tho place tho salo of the meat and
vegetables will bo made. t2 1-31-lm.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 3l, 1874.
Pittsburg Coal at
$0 00 per ton ;
Grand Towor Coal at
?5 00 por ton.
0. W. Wiir.m.iiii,
Ollico on Tenth street, between Com
mercial and "Washington avenues.
SI'ECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
All colors of Holding Rros. .Mnchino
Sill; cheap at llnrtman & Co's. 87-1..10 tf
All brands of sheeting and shirting at
the lowest price at llartmnn & Co's.
Fou OAs and steam lining (;o to Ren
nio's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avonuo, foot of Ninth street 0-10-tf
Tub European hotel, LUr-y AValkor
proprietor, is opon at all hours of tho
All kindj of lino laces and fringcj at
ono half the usual prico at Iliiitman V
Co's. 67-1-30 tf
All kinds of clothing and Genl'j fur
nishing coods at one half tho until prito
at llartuutn Co's., corner of Sixth etreot.
JusTreoeived and opened, tho lurgost
and finest assortmont,latest stylo and pat
terns of tho best brands of call-.-os at Hart
man & Co's., corner Sixth street.
All kinds of gs.mo constantly on hand
at Harry "Walkor's, Coinmorcial avonuo
butwoon Sovonth and Klghth streots.
Tub but ijuallty of Alexandria kid
glovca at liartman it Co's, for suvonty
livo conts, worth if 1 115. 87-1-30 tf
Notiok is tioroby given that 1 will pay
no bills for gooda sold to any of Ibo em
ployes of Tim Caiko Rullktin, either
or tbomeolvos or lor tho use of tho ntQoo
unlesn tbo ramo nro furnished ou an order
Iguiid by .Mr. Uurnott or myself,
lU.20.Iy .Iniiw II. OiiKni.Y.
Mrs. K.R, Workman oilers bor serv
ices to tUo ladies of Cairo and vicinity as
a toHChor iu tho art of making AVax
Flowers. FuT tonus und specimens, tho
rulers to Rarclay's proscription drugstore,
cornor Eighth street aud Washington av
enuo, where orders for Flowors may also
bo loft. Ladies wishing lessons will ploata
loavo tboir address at tho store or glvo
notice through post ollico drawor No,
203, Cairo, Ills. si 1.8.1m
ami departures for tho 21 hoiin ending at 6
p, m. hUfMchliu::
..Stnamor Gracoy, Columbus.
" Jim I'lsk, Paducah
" tiuickslep, Kvansvlllo
" Sam Roborts, Ht Ioul
Charlen Rodmann, Cincinnati
" Suslo Sllvor, Now Orleans
" Hello Memphis, Memphis
" City of Vicksburg, St. Louis
' Mary Houston, New Orluanj.
Steamor Gracey, Columbus
" Fiik, Paducah.
" (iulckatcp, Evansvillo
" Charles Rodmann, Now Orleans
" Husio Sllvor, St. Louis
" Hollo Memphis, St. Loui.
" City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg
" Mary Houston, Cincinnati
Tho dcclino in tho Ohio river in tho
paat twenty-four hours was soven Inches.
Tho Mississippi Is also falling, six inches
being tbo dcclino in thn twenty-four hours
ending yestorday morning. Tho river Is
roported to bo clear of ico
Dullness "dull and unchanged.
Tho weather was pleasant during tho
day, but towards evoning turned much
Tho Charlos Rodman added about 000
tons here, which llllcd bor out for New
Orleins, Shu has a very protty trip.
Tho Mary Houston has about 200 tons
for Clnwnnutl. Hor down trip will tnko
lu Mardl grni, nnd fho will sw.irm with
Tho Susiu Sllvor brought for Chas. M.
Howe, 10 bbla sugar, 'I bbls molasies; for
Stratton t Rird, C hhds sugar, -0 kegs
molassoss; for tbo I. 0. R. R., b hhds
cocoa-nuts, C boxes wlno and has 'J01 hhds
sugar, 25 bbla of rice, 100 bbls potatoos,
18'J balos of hides for St. Louis.
Tbo Sam Roberts will tako a tow of
coko to Grand Towor and return fur tbo
rest of her salt for St, Louis.
Hallidcy Ilros., havo roJu:od tho prlco
of coal to steamboats aud nro selling Illi
nois coal at f .1 per ton and Pittsburg at 00
cents per box.
For Rr.nt. On Coinmorcial avenuo
ono largo room furnished or unfurnished
suitable for sleeping room for gentleman
and wifo or two gentlomon. Apply at
llULLKTIN Otllco. 30-1-13-lm
Pa.kt.vkk Wantkd. A genlloman
without capital, but with siveral years
oxperieuco and thoroughly acquainted
with tho business, is desirous of forming
a partnership in tho Hide, Fur aud
Lentlior buslnoss in Coiro, with somo ono
who can furnish a capital of say 55,000.
Address, drawor 'J27. dO-l-lS-tf
C. G. 0.
Is prepared to supply cu-tomcrs with tho
ue-i ipiauiy oi
P1TTSBURC AND ILLINOIS
ORUF.ltS left at llalllday Rros. ollleo, on
Ohio Levee, or at the Coal ard below tho
St. Charles llotel.wlll rccelvo prompt atten
tion. Thu Ten "Mo.ntai'i;" will bring coal
longniiic 10 ncamcrs utuny uour.
WILhlAil J. ALLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OUlccover First Natlonil bank. S-KWlm
SAMUKL 1'. WHKKLKH,
ATTORNEY i: COUNSELOR AT LAW
Oltice over First National bank.
John 11. Mulkey.
W Ilium 0. Mulkey
Kightli street, between Cuuuuor
clat aud Washington avenues
UKUN fi OILilEUT,
COUNSELOR!) AT LAW,
Wllllata ll.lircen, 1
-3p(oiM atUntlou KlTun to Adialtsltr D.
tvrma oiuoLHV3B,uooMfl 7 ako Sow
OITT STATION At. IUNU
Is herein- uiven that ilel.uilt limine bci-n
liiado lor uioro tluu sl.My tlaysiu thu puy.
incut of a portion of tho amount secured to
ho paid by a curtain ntortUKO uxeciltiMl hy
iiimi"iullivau to Samuel tfiaals 'l ayiuranu
l-M win I'arsoiH. Trn-lcos ol tho Cairo C'lly
Fiopi i tv, dated duly Ibtli, A. !., W'i and
rec-ordeil In tho Itei-order'" oiHcii, In ami lor
Aluxauder county, In thu blat" ol llllnols.lu
hook I ol'l''d,pnf,'i ml. Wo, Ibe uiidt-r-hlnnml,
salil Tru-lees, will on Saturday, the
7th ilay of l-'uhiiuiry next, A. !., It7l,atlO
o'clock iu tho lorciioon of that day, under
aud by virtue ol tho novvoruf saloi-unttliioil
lu said mortgage, ioll, at public auction, tu
the hlghcrt hlddi-r, lor cash, at the oUJi-o
building of cald Trustoux, corner of Wash
Ingtnii avenuo and 18th ntrcut, In mid city
of Cairo, In Alexander county ami state of
Illinois ulltborliht,tltloaud Intunistet said
lames Sullivan, his heirs or his aslgm, lu
and to lot numbered 1 (one) In block num.
hered'jr) (tweuty-llve) in tho llrst addition to
said city of Cairo, according to the recorded
plat thereof, with thn nppurtcnanei-s.to pat
Isly thu purpoK's and condition of said iiiorl-
IMted, Caiko, Ii.hnoih, .Junuiuy so, 1371.
S. Staath Tayi.ok,
TriihtccH of I ho Cairo City I'ropcrly.
The well-known business stand ol Ciutead
i. Provo, at the moulh.ol ClearcreBk, Alex
under county, Illinois), situated lu one ol
tho finest agricultural districts of the West,
and with u well-established trajo. This will
bo found a raro opportunity for an energetic
Tho premises consist of a ttoro 20X10 loct
a dwelling of eight rooms, well rurnhhed
and conveniently arranged, good el'terns
nnd all ncccusary out-bulldlngs, aud ono
aero or laini, Terms liberal. Apply r
xddrci, Wm. Custkak,
12-!i-lin-d.tw. Cluaicrel. Landlnir, Ills
Ross lias on hand, and lor salo a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
split, and ready for tho stove. Also al
kinds ol coal which will be delivered In any
part of tho city on short notice, Leave or
ders at coal yard, on Comuicrchl avontto,
opposite Klovrnth street. Dec. Wm
Hoot and shoe maker, Twcn h street, be
tween Washlugtou avontlo and Poplar
street, Is prepared to make boots ana shoes
In tho latest and most Lishlonablo styles.
Ho will mako thorn to order, old or new
styles to suit customers out or the bt;'and
freshest stock, of which be always ",tu la
good supply on hand from which to mako
elcullous. All lining of boota and shoes
made by Mr, Klilcr Is dono In his own shop
no foreign fitting being used by him.
Glvo lilm a call, and he will give you satis
faction. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relier tor young mcnirom tho el
feels ol errors and abuses in sarly life. Man
hood restored. Impediments to marrlase
removed. Now method of treatment. New
ind rcmarkablu remedies. Hooks and clr.
Hilars sent free, lu scaled envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association. No. i South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an institu
tion having a high reputation for honorable
conduct and prnfowionul skill. 10-21) il.tw.'im
rp 1 1 l.s
EVE., FEI1., 17, 1S7I
EVK., FER, 17, 1871
EVE., FER., 17, 1H74
To be given by tho
S O C I H T Y,
TUESDAY Y. E., FER., 17, 187-1.
The Cairo Turner Society,
determined to eclipse any and
every ball that has been given
this season, will give a Grand
Masquerade ball at the lime
and place above mentioned.
It is the determination ot the
gentlemen who have the mat
ter in charge lo mako it the
'bigest thing" ot the kind
that ever took placo in this
city. Neither lime nor ex
penso will be spared to accom
plish this end, and every one
who attends may confidently
expect to see such a ball as
was never before given in this
section of country.
Tho following committees
have been appointed :
COMMITTKK OP AWIANOKMIINTS.
F, M. Stockllctli, chairman, Kd. Ba
ilor, J. V. 3ekucr, Wm. Aluit nnd 1'.
Fi.ooit MaNAOIHW. H. llcbsuckcr,
Harry Walker ami AV. V, Kitchen
beckcr. lUX'KITION OVimmittki:. Stqiliou
Schw.niitz, Win. lludcr, and Charles
LOOK OUT I LOOK OUT ! !
.iruor 'I'vvullh slru.it and W-ihliiutoii Avo
.1. C. H U KLS,
(l.ute ol rtl. Louis,)
HOOK BINDER AND BLANK
DliANIC HOOKS of every description dono
-with ueatness anil dispatch. All kinds ot
ruling dono at short uotieo, ltlbles, ;Music.
Magazines and l'erlodlcals bound neat aud
t the lowest posslblo rates.
County work, sueh as Records, Docket
yen !look-, lilauks, etc., made u specialty,
Itoxcs, 1'ockot Rooks, Ktivolop-, etc., made
to older. 1R1.
AND DEALER IM
KtanTn Stubit, Bit wan "Wajhouto
avs OoMiiiaoLU. AnaM,
A4jolBiaaf BltMetkataa mm mtmrnw
Kep the bMt or (, Pork, MtTMoa Vt4.
Lamb, Siuuio, sad at fTtynd m srr
ltiini in the most xxupUbU acgt.
CITT NATIONAL BANK BUIIDlJtt.
SSTSpeclal attention paid to orJtri atom
la imboats. night or day.
(Successor to James KrnaatM,)
UuTcnnu akd Dialeb in all KtaM Of
Cohnbr Nmsrrsunit and Foflab Stsl,
Buys and slaughters only th kMt ssttjtlt,
hogn and sheep, and Is prapand to IV aay
JcmstJd for fresh meat from ob mbb4 t
ten thousand pounds.
HYLANJ) & SAUKfl,
AND DlilMI Ol
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and OnasitrclaJ aru
ncrt door to the Hyland awtooa.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
JAM KB KYNAHTON,
AMD DIALER IS
ALJj KINDS OF FRESH MKAT3
Xcnr cor. Twesatlells atrt mm O
inerclaa At turn;
Ruys and slaughters only Uit best Cttli,
Uogs and Sheen, and Is pnptrod U Ui r.
lers for Fresh Meats Tom out to Urn tkmw
nil pounds. 7-SU
run sail aiols SI. lk.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, UAIBO
A. U. H AFFORD. PmldUlt;
S. s. TaYLOB. Vio-rrM(4n;
ii. nYSLOf, 8oruj7 udTrtusm
f. at. Uauolai.
It. H. Ouiaiaaaua,
DMltsi of assay ammt I
IMTEKE8T paid on dsposlU al ins rai(i
psroent. pr auosa,Mareh UIM4 tirtsa
Mr uu uwtmi not wiuurawm u mom
JlaUlr X the pnsolptJ ot th dp Its, MiawM
UtTios: thsm CGtnpooiid tntsrett.
UARB1U) WOUH AMD OBILDaUW MAT
t(t THAT 10 Oil BUS CAM MAW IT,
Oduu krsrr bualnMs day from S)B.ap. So BbSB..
and Hatordaf eT"r.B lor 8AVJMS DEfdslITt
onl, rrotn I lo I o olock.
THE CITY NATIONAL
H3 A 1ST"IC
CAPITAL, I . 1100,000
Wl 1, UALLIUAY. rratldaili
ItKMRT U BALUOAT, Vie-rfatMM
A. H. 11AFFORD, OmUIwI
WALTKIt UTdLOf, Assitltn OmUUt-
IHtaat Tatios, RosaaT H. OciMMauaK
Hllkl L. IlillUtll, W. t. HAJLUDAt,
On, D. Wiluamso, Braarmsa Bim
A. 11. BAiroas.
Ilsrhnus. Uolsa mm VsUMMl aisatj
Honda Honjilit sussl ajMU
UEHOHITU rsoalTSd, aad a (aral
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
R. W. MiLLUt, 1'resldsnL
J. M. I'iiii Lira, Vlo-lrsldt.
Ciias. Cuhwnoiiam, CsAAUr.
OOLLBOTIONS PBOMWLT UAJiM.
TjlXoniNQK, ooIb, bank aotM uU UaM(4
Hi BtatM seourKs booabt and Mid.
lultrwl AllawaU Ttass
IK'twoi'ii yixth and Seventh StraeW, Cairo,
T. It. ELLIS, Proprietor.
The Now Arlington Ileus U bow opsn
(or the reception of Ktiests, Tb houtw Id
located In the heart ol Lba busuaes poitlsw
ol thn city, and conveulant to tUasBboat
hindiupt und railroad depots. Good tutpU
rooms for couiiuercUl agents. WateA krttt
day aud night lor boats and trains. v
K. M. STOCK FLKTH,
(tecttner and Wholesala DtaUr 1st
rilKKIMM ASJB ! 10
LIQUORS AND WINES
NO. 6'i OHIO LITIS,
Olllee over Tboras Jt Uro't. groeory adara.
No. l.'ll Commercial areBUs. coraaar MfkU
street. Residence corner WiMrt T-
uue and Fourtoentli strttt.