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rHK'CAIKOJlAIJiiSUIiljKTIN, SATURDAY, FKMRUAHY 7, JfV4k
LOCAL WKVfjtKK RKPORT.
insaKVH'OntC, Cat'tu, Dir., I
rchiiiart '!, 10:1 1 p.m., la7L I
UatntnclAi-,rO:i)tO itt;rtir.
1 Thermometer, .18 deKW"-
Wind YV. Velocity ? mile per innr.
Weather, 1 Ik lit. rula.' '
Maximum temperature Tor U.t !!l huiir,
II degteefe:
41lLliiHiuilMjj.n liiii? lor tin; lint 'J I limir,
ii degrees.
Pedalling vvliiil lor ll 'ii tintirx, N,
luUI-tiuruhar tit mil tmttltJ h win. I
Jiuibff List 24 Lour. IT S.
ToUl ntnfsl dnriiiy the I it 'J I hour' ()
i la
i:iwim iiouiii,
Ohncrvur Siiii&1 Sivti-., ll. d." A.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
ORAKDESJ'"
GJlANuEaT
(J RAND EST
rAl'TAlll OF Till. SUAMUN.
aitaik or Tin: skason.
i A KIWI It or Till: 8KAHON.
THE CAIRO Tl'RNKRS
T.
HE CAIUO TURNERS.
I'll 12 CAIRO TURNERS.
Tl'KbDAY V. V K , rwi., 17, l-71
11' Eft I) AY n'K, IT.IJ, '.7, 1ST I
'I I EH I) AY EVE., KF.II, 17, Ib7l
O H. AND
Masquerade Ball
To lie j-iveu ly the
Cairo Turner
S 0 C I K T Y,
School's Hall;
TI'E.SDAY K E., FKH., 17, 1874.
The Cairo Turner Socielv.
determined to eel ipso any and
every ball that has been given
this season, will give a Grand
Masquerade ball at the time
and place above mentioned.
It is the determination of the
gentlemen who have the mat
ter in charge to make it the
'bigest thing" of the kind
that ever took place in this
city. Neither time nor ex
pense will be spared to nccom
plish this end, and every one
who attends may confidently
expect to sec such a ball as
was never beforo given in this
section of country.
The- following committees
have been appointed :
Committer ok AititA.vuKMi'.vis.
J M. Stockfleth, chairman, Ktl. Bu
tler, 11. V. Uclzncr. Win. Aiwa nml P.
(J. ijchuh.
Floor SlnNAOniif). It. Jlcbsaokcr,
Harry Walker and W. V. Kitchen
Leckcr. IleUKPTION Commhtuk Btouhen
Hvlivranitz, Wm. Iiudcr, and Chnrlci
.Mi-liner.
LOOK OUT I LOOK OUT 1 1
tU-l-liT-td
LlHTin.S.
WILLIAM. J. AlvLKN,
.'ATTORNEY AT LAW
. .OAIUO, ILL1HOIB.
office ovor Ktrt National hatik. C-ltS-'lm
V SAaTuiMi 1 W'irKKLKK,
A1T0UNKY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAIKO, tLUNOIrJ.
omcc owr FirH National bank. 8-lMm
' Jobu 11. MlUWey. W Illume. ilulUey
MULKKY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
UAIKO, ILLIHOltf.
Office: Eighth street, hetwtion Coiumer
uutauu waahloglon avium;,
0-14 tf.
UHJtlKH ft UiLliliitT,
ATTORN KYb
'OOUNBKLOKU AT LAW,
i William H.Orouu, I
William II (IllUrf, ) CAIUO, il.I.IKOIH,
MllosF.Giam, J
WrflHjihl Attention itUt-a to Admiralty acJ
rIO -OU!OLMVMH,BOOWU 7 XV 0 ft nVMj
n)-rvwAmi'. mw
:oai..
C. 0. 0. c.
CAIRO CITY COAL
ao:ivE-j?.A.:fcr-y,
NprcparcJto wipply i-Uflomcrii with Wiu
uem ipmmy in
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
OltDKUS left tit llullid iy Hnx, olllcc, cm
OUlo Levee, or ut tbo Cool Yiinl below tbu
.St. Churlex HoIhI.wIII rcoplvo prompt ntt&ti.
lion. Tbo Ten "AIontaur" will bring coi.1
lonusbio lo Ktcaiuera tit uny hour.
A.'.l.ltOl'J, M.D.
OHIco over Tlionn it Hro'i. j;ii)cory store,
No. Kit Commercial nvrntio, corner i:i;;bth
struct. Hfklilcnco comer WmbluKton uvc
liuo not J 'diij tecrith ttut'l.
T 11 E BULLETIN
uxmr lUcal nkvvs.
Ovkkcoat worlh ?1C fur
in in A (V.
Hi II art
i.:;o tf
Mk John Wniin, of Tbnlx.'t, wm In
thu city lust night.
I on k ). Kvaii, H(int r tlio Orout
UrtiUm Circus, ii.ln town.
A vui 1. assuUlm-nt of J. V. C.,t.' t.ui
Olitk A Co t, ciiUon, t llvu vuuU per
iool itt lUrtniHii A (Vi., cnrtinr ftltlli
(ttoi'V. 7i.;i'nr
'I'll e i;t't HaWinl Hullmi upi-ra Vronjm
pMi&.t tliM-i;li ibis city ywtpfiliiy on ttwlr
wiiy t Www OrIni. Tliam ar twenty
four pBttiuii ib tbji iruii)D. -
Mti"i Int. M. (,'oj.k, Ml Elk (IoikI.
uor, ami .Mn. .Imly.i (lo'idntr, uf 'Ath
ville, Illliiuti, aro In tlifl city vitUi ni; thlr
wiiiiilti, (.'uiitity Clftk Joni'li.
V. E. CoLKH.VX, miiU Of tbo I'oi .V
I)rjlur pautnriiinio troupu U In tbo iTity,
Hulking KrtArjci.nriit for Itiu ppHnnci
!' Hint Ironp liru mi .'.Ii uveiiloi;
ol Oim 1 Hli InM.
I'.iiil.'nt Cusccht. 'I'Iio twit i( tb
mroi of parlor roncfrH by.thi riienib' of
tbo Eplvop&l (.'burrb, will li Kiven nt tb
runiilon're of i)t. (!bn Omlllirlinr, un
I'rUny cvoning, Kibrmry !l. A'lmi-
loll 'J..C. ll l.'i-liOt.
Wk are (jlml to Iurn tlint there ii to
much intoroet TiinlfUol In tbo mii'illng
tbat tre binc liobl In tlio l'roibjtmiaii
church. 11 vn pcrfdii rata liut tvanlt"
for prAyort. '1'hs koo'I work i- growltij;
In intcreft.
A 1'lASO IN KlCHAKli: VOIt VACANT
I.oti i.'aiiui. Any pcron litivlng k
VftCaM lot or lot tlut they would ex-
clmugu lor Hut-clat piaio, can bo rutted
by ndilrcislni; XIIi Alsry Dixon, ntont
Cnrbomlslc, Jllif.oI?. fcG 1-23-Gt
Wa.vi A t'KpaMe party to cinvaM
tblc town and coiiuly for "Tuc Alui.sk,"
Mm Atiinricou nrt j-iuriiil. Tbj right
parly will bo otlured every facility for do-ink-
tba buiinosa. Addrcts
118.i;-0-tf. .lAMks Suttos A Co.,
Wef.ern llranch, 03 ilvllfoo St , Chlcigo
PhuMlNKXT binoiif; tbu arrival at tho
St. Ch&rltti hotel ycttcrday woro tbo fol
lowing ; J 21 Hanntbi tad Jnc K Steven,
Cbicho; JMV UlelocV, Kaniui: YV J
Althourn, K Kolb nnd II K llaiJuy, St.
Louli; .1 F -Mor.troif, ow York; It (J
Graven, AlempliW; 11 H Uurnctt, Cincin
nati, nd A l'lol, lies Urn.
Eon Kr..sT.Tbn brick houac sltutUed
corner Tbir J lret bnd Commercial ave
nue. Tbo Loueo has bocn put in good re
pair tbrcuijho'.it and ii well arranged for
n hotel or bonrdlD- buu'o, also room to
rent on Third ttreet. Imiutro of Win.
Mcllale, No. o, Winter i block.
10; '-:t.tr
ri'NERAi. Knrivt. Tli funeral ol Wil
liam AVullinxii t III 'ak) placn at (1U lata
rctidencu on I'iftli butweun Cimniercinl
and Waibiu'on, this afternoon at ono
o'clock. A fnicUl train will leave the
foot ol Sixth flroot for Villa KMa at half
past ono. I'tioDiU of the family are iu-
vlicd. 1 1 7-l-7 It
Tits klarm of tiru tMt night vfas occa
sioned by the uxploiion of a coal oil lamp
in the upper part of tho homo on Com.
morcial avenue, letween J!ennle ma
chine hop and l'owur' livery stablo, oc
cupied by Sin. Athlon. Heyond bteah
In-; tbo lamp and tbu destruction of a lew
article! of bed clothing, usod in flxtinguWh
Ing the tlimcj, nodiimni'o vis done.
l'Ror. Uai'.dy will troat bis ecbolnrs
to u Grand AlaifjuerKiIu Hall at tho St.
Churlen hotel, on ilardi Ora?, 1'obruary
17th. Hu cnvltcs all hii former pupil to
participate in tbo fextivltici. Good
order will b presorvad, and eood limo
h oxpneted, I'orfuns wisliint; to tHke part
in the procession in tho forenoon, can hp
ply to .Mr. Hardy at his oll'ice, So. 119
Coraiuerclal avenue. C Uaiiiiv,
"0 27-tf.
Tin: following wcro the arrivals at Vho
St. Nicholsa hotel yesterday. A
It Alexander, O A V railroad; Don-
forth Chiirlf Uiiq; .1 A!cl)onoub, St l.oui;
W 1) Hayi, W II Tripp and Hilton, O A
i: T railrotd; T Little, Wilmington; .Ino
Mltcholl, ObK.; .1 I! Joiipb, Nalchc;; J T
Ciitwtisht, St l.ouis; John Jamos, New
Orleans; Jl ,1 Alack, Cincinnati; J II
Smith, l'uducnh; U T Dodd, Doxter; It
W Cartor, and J II l'ackanl, Dexter, Alis
(ouri,
Tin: Illliornlan flru company has ap
pointed their ditlurnt cub-coiuuiittuc foj
their ball on next Tuesday night, the 10th
ana tuey are making lull preparations lor
tbo event. Tho loUowinj mo tbo imtncs
of thonuveral commltteoa : On reception,
TOniriiau and 1 OT.aU;lillii ; on door,
Tlioa JCuann, .lamts (jreany, A Aladden
and .lhn lionriaont; on lloor, llonry
Stout, Thco Currinan, M ,) Alarnel and
Thos Connor; on bar, Y Tl Stoner, 1'
Titzgerald, At IJambrick and J .V Yall j
on do'iuration, T At hovutt, Jamu 'Cola,
man and O l' Lyon.
Tho coiumitlui) of orrun jeiiiouts uru
note ellni" ttcliets, and wo hopn tbo pub
lie will dual liberally with them.
Tim .lonosboro 'UaKfitto' of thW week
litis tbo IoIIohIdk about the t-bcrilT
of Alo.Minder county. What tli9 'Gn
.otto' lays wi 1 bo endowed by every ono
who I aci'tiaintod with our ehorilf:
Air. A. H. Irvio, tho9herlH'of Alexan
der county, whom wo am proud to claim
a a whilom olttimn of our tovTii, U onti
tlHit to tho belt for belli-; tin) must oner
eticaud aucc.ciifiilollli:er In tho dlecburjjo
of hU duty, in tbo Statu. It' thoro U a
murderer wnntod, iio matter how lonu ncro
tlio crimo wai committed, Wr, Irvlu im
mediately hunt bim up and briuj-j him
beforo tho court of jutico. Tliu pcnplu
aro indebted to him for tho capturo of
manv detorato men. Hu teem to Imvn
projO'iiliiont qualities as a detective, and
in thu diohare of hU otliciul dutim ia
enorntlu and alwaynon time. In lift ha
Is tbu champion of Etfypt, am', Is a terror
to rogues and thlovonthroiiib(iwt tbU por
tion of tho Htftl.
LViN'Cil LAW.
MOKi: AlIfltT THE l.YNX'IIINU 01
Till'. AIL' UUEHF.U WYATI.
Tln llnnifltifj of Wyntt ( lalinril to he
Mit Ecsull or the Action or ('oi
(ruor Ilotcrlilfc In the Case
of lliii. I'crry County
Mnrdrrrrx.
(jAftBiWJiAitl-, III , rMbrury 6, 1 tt74.-
KtilTOK IHi iktin - Vo have juit
.ii(!f:il through M.othtT .lout tioitoiiiunt
YrrtUldiiy al.kbtUl tiVa o'clock
Al Ahije KOWlJ
aMtriiiblud iroiirid Uiejtll In Miirphytlniru
and 1.5 r.j L.n.J f . I tbo negro inuid-iior Wvatl
hut tlill Ctidllll' ot'tbu cuufity icfufcd In
urrernlr 1,1m. A rmmlj.tr ot men then
Hiiterodjtbii Jul,
iMrnUi 'I UK JAU.XIl
anl all theSlmrlll's depulle' priucot, and
lbnn lr.ko open liD coll wIihm tjin pric
oner hi coriAnu-J. He w taken outride,
and trcin tbeuco t' Alount Carbon, wher
tm was banned. Ha mailitalned bl Inno
rurne until but u f.iw minuter bofnru hit
tas rtiur.' up, when he confuuuJ the
iinirdur ut Alr. I'.yau.
On the way from tbo Jiil he vim tuc
osrilK'l by thu j-lrl upon whom he had
trlJ to commit an oulrsce the day to
fore he murdered Alt. Ityan.
Wya'.t i body wan left dauglitii; in tho
air until a Into hour in the night, when It
wan i"lt down.
Tho crowd wm highly exclud, but
icemod to doslro no other blood than that
ol tho ne(ri) Wyatt.
Tha recent actinu of Governor Ilver-
ldge In comuiutiiii; the teatenco of thu
I'crry county n-;ro murderer lod to this
nlUlr. In this cbi'j nn lunocent and eood
woman was brutally murdered. Tho poo
phi were frenzied, and rather than wait
ihttrlow pto':m, and law't dolayt, put thu
pritoner to death.
I am credibly Informed that not a
drunken mas was in thq crowd that did
tint hanging.
Want of time prevent' a more extended
account. Will writo acam. Ii.
EARN HAKE K.
Farnbaker,thc l'oople'n Eavorlto Cloth
ier, ha Juit received from tbo resident
Now York partner,
1'inlc J inc." "i'ants, loverul color and
lined through and through, to be and aro
at the low price uf
oxn Collar a 1'air.
Hi- bis made a reduction ol lfi percent.
on alt woolen -rood. 110 2-7-Ot
TIIJ5 niiJLUNIAX I3ALL.
Tnn Fourteenth Annual boll of tho
Hibernian i'iro Company Ho. -I, will bo
piven on Tuccday evening, February 10th,
1S74, ut ScheeV ball.
Tho undersigned committco of unrigs-
monts aro making every ctfort to maku
thu ball a grand aucccs, and will aauro
all wno may attend a pleasant time and a
wdrm reception.
The public aro Invited. Ticket $1.
Wm. McHalk, I Com.
I'm. Howard, v of
-7-ld A. StihAUKA, J Arrng ti.
THE UT. CHAKLES HOTEL j
Tho under'iguol having resumed tbo j
management of tbo abovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to buiinost, to thu wants
aod comfort of their guoti, to morlttho
renewed favor of their old patrons and tho ;
travoling public in goners).
The Saint Charles will at once undergo
a thorough renovation, aud be much im
proved in all it appointment.
Good (.ample rooinond rpecil rales for
commercial travolcrs.
All baggage for"gusts conveyed to and
from tho hotel frco of charge.
JuwittWix-CoxA Co., Proprietors.
tf
FUHLIO SAiiE.
I will loll myontire utock of tho bcht
of llcof, Fork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,
flutter, Eggs, I.ard, Irish rotatow, Sweet
Folatoe;, Apple, Flour, Aleal, S)lccd I
llucf, and thu best of Corned Hoof. Tho i
snlo will commonco at & o'clock in tho j
morning and contlnuo until nmo at night
each day for nine months, Sundays ex
cepted, 1 liavo also 180 acres of tho best
ol cotton land to sell or exchango for Cairo
property. I alo want eovoral good ogonts
to sell fruit trees. All of tho ahova wilt
be oxplaincd by calling on S. Fattenon,
earner of Ninth and Walnut streets, as
theru 1 tho pl&co tbo Palo of tho meat and
vegolablos will bo mado. 02 1-31-lm.
Caiko, III., Jan. 3'.t, 1871.
It. S. JlnioiiAM, 31. D., Horoicpathict
FIC, Commercial uvcnuo, Cairo, Illinois
wisbos to inform tho public that ho has
purchased an apparatus for generating
07.ani7.ed oxygen, and U now prepared to
administer this agent, which Is now boing
very successfully used In diseases of the
respiratory organs, such as Asthma, Acuto
and Chronic llrouchitis, Consumption In
tho firct and second atagos, also In Spinal
hll'uctlon?, HhcuwutiHii, Malarial fovors
Cholera, &c. Alany eminent phyflciann'
namos could bu given that advocato the
usa sf ozonized air by inhalation as ono
of the most effect! vo curalivo agent of
modom tlmcw. 10!) 2-6-1 m
Tiik" harbor etiop la on tho cornor ol
Eighth btreet and Commercial avenue
whero J. Georgo Stienhousowlth hi gon
tlemanly assistant can bo found at any
hour of tho clay or night, ready to soothe
your fooling with a smooth shave, or cool
your tompor and head with a good tham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
6ur of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curlad
after tho most approved styles. S-lft-lf
Mr. E.It. Workman oH'cr her eorv
ices to tho ladiot of Cairo and vicinity as
a tuuhor in tho art of making Wax
Flower. For term and specimens, tun
rofera to Tlarclay's prescription drug Rtore,
corner Hlghth t-trout and Washington av
onuo, wheto order for Flnwors may also
bo loft Lndlca wlshiug lef sons will pleats
Icavo their address at tbo store or glvo
notice through post olllco drawor No.
WJ, Cairo, 111. a f l.tt-lm
Au, colors of Uildlng Hros. Atachlno
Silk rhr-ap at lliirtman .V Co'. 87-l.!!0 If
KIVKIt NEWS.
: Purl Unit ( I f
' - ff n
. AUKIVAI. . J ' i ,
and depirturr lor th'34 hour ending ate
l, in. I:il e eniiiiT !
Steamer Grarcy Culumbiu.
" Jiui Kik, l'Aducahr , .
" LiaUwilJ Kvatuvlllo '. j
" ' E'pofao;a; Htr-IiOiil i
" .liibn Gilmorc, St. Louis
'! Fannie L'awli, HeJ'rlVnt .
' Alolllo Ebert .New Orleans
" Indiana, Nuw Orl.iam
u da I) Irkr, Merupbis'i.
" Siuu Kubertr, Gfaml 'lower
t
v.
UKrAKTKl'.
t e in c r G r Ac ay," ( !1 urn 1 1 u s
" risk, J'aducah.
" Mlawild, KTantvllle
" .lohli Gilinoro, riuhurt.
' I'VmiA Lewis, Jtei riyer
" .Mollij KftortfCiecinati
" Indiana, Cincinnati
" Jas 11 Parker, Clnclcnatl
' Ham Huberts, Bt. LouU
TI1K KtVCKh.
Thu Ohio rivor fall ono foot and two
Inches yuterday. Tho Mississippi river
I declining at Ilia rata of tour IncbuS per
lay, tboui;li no fear areexpiessod of that
stream reaching eitretno low rater.
Tno weather yesterdy wm anytbini;
but pleasant'. Tlio rain which (oil tbu
night previous mad tbu strati ami levtu
very muddy.
lluslnots Is dull and will probably i on
tlnuu to until tbo spring trado opens.
MISCELtAXKOfM.
Tho Fannie LovU brought 1,850 bale
j of cotton for thu Halt per thu Cilro and
mcennes railroad.
TLoIdWwild arrlvo.1 on time, with lCn
barrel of llour; 3.1 sscks of barley j 50
pkg fundrli.v. The scholulu of time and
tbu changes in. the day between thu
Arkansas litlloand Idlcwild, doos not
scorn to Improve busine.-s much, If un may
judiu from tho cargor brought to this
city.
Tho Cairo city coal company aro now
delivering Pittsburg ceil at V.I jvjr ton
und Illinois at ii 6.1 pr ton to r.uv part
j of thu city with some rfductlon on largo
, lots.
Tho J 1) Parker has B70 bales cotton
and COO boxescanned fruit for Cincinnati.
Also Airs. Lako and daughter aftd Airs.
Lingley of the great eastern circus.
Mollie Ebert, hts 30ij boer kgs, 117
hhds sugar, V2S bbU molasies, "2 thd
nutA, 'JU bbis rice, A3 bales cotton for Cin-
cmnatl; ..s htiils sugar, ;s, obis ifiomsli,
13 bbls rice, US bale of cotton for Pitts
hurt; and CO hhd suur, 'JO bbls mutates
for way points.
The Sam Itoborls take a tow of salt to
St. Louis.
For Salo
Pittsburg Coal at
SO 00 per ton ;
Grand Tower Coal at
X 00 per ton.
C. W.WUEKLKIt,
Oflico on Tenth street, bolwacn Com
meroial and Washington nvonticir.
115-1-31-lm
SPKUIAL LOCAL HOTICUK
Fop. oas and steam fitting g? to lion
nlc Vulcau iron work', Commercial
avonuo, foot of Mnth trc-et l'-10-tf
Tnc European hctel, Harry Walker
proprietor, I opon at all hours of the
uiht. 11-7-liu
For a good squaro moal z l0' nrry
Walker's re-tauruut, Commercial avenuo
botweon Seventh and Kighth troct. lm
At.i. kinds of lino laco and fringes at
ono half tlio usual price at llartinan A
Go's. b7-l-n0tf
All kinds of clothing and Gent's fur
nishing cood at ono half the uiual prlcu
at Hartmnn A Co's., cornor of Sixth street.
87-1-3C If
JU6T received and opentd, tho largest
and finest a'sortmont, latest stylo and pal
terns of tho best brands of eUi'roa atllari
inan A CoV., corner Sixth street.
87-1-30 tf
Ail kinds of game constantly on baud
at Harry Walker', Ooinmorcial avenuo
botweou Seventh and Kighth strcuts.
U-7-lm
Tuc host' tfuallty of Alexandria kid
gloves at llartinan & Co s. for sovunty
tlvo cents, worth ?1 'J5. 87-l-3Q'.tf
For. IIka't. .On Couimetcial avenuo
ono lirgu room furnished or unfurnished
suitable for slooplng room for gentleman
and wife or' two gontlornon. Apply, at
Uullktin olllco. iiC-l-Li-lm
NoTiun Is horeby glvon that I will pay
no bill for good sold to' any of tho em
ploye of Tub OAino Uui.lktin, either
or thomsolverf or for tha ue of the otEou
unlofio tho samo are furnlihud on an order
ignod by Atr. Ilurnott or rnywlf.
t'i-'iO -y .lorm II. Ohkui.y,
-
Pa.ktnf.ii 'NVaxtrd. a- gentleman
without capital, but with several years
expnrlenco and thoroughly acquainted
with tho businef", is doslrous of forming
a partnership iu thq.. jllldc J'ur aud
Leather businos in Colro, with sumo. one
who can furnish a capital of pay S!i,000.
Addnw, drawor -!27. -IS-l-IMf
WILCOX
Tb.v pounds of brown sugar for Jlj 8
pouud but coil'oe sugar at flj a pounds
of choicu butter at ?lj 10 cents for lard;
Imperial tea at 1; potatoes ,'l0 coots per
pock; apples '10 cents, at Wilcox's llluck.
107 li-l-lm
AUDWIFKItY.
Air?. Elizabeth Willlama, Washingtlon
avenuo, butwoen Tenth and Klevonth
etrocts, is pioparud to porform thu duties
of mldwlfu whenever calfivl upon. Shu has
had much oxporlenoe, and feels confident
that eIio can glvu pori'vet satisfai'tiou.
2-5 lm
FOIt SALIC,
Two llatterieof two ISullurs, each '2
foot long, -(2 Inch Dram, '1 U inch Flue
with firo fronts. Mud and SI cam drum
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
llritchln, all cuniploto anil in first-data
ordorj; beuo usod only throo month. "For
price, otc, Inqulru u( J. T. Kbnnii:,
U-sa-tf. Viilcao Iron Wnrks.
HPKOIALNOTIOKS
Hon liui on buffd, ami lur s ite a Urge
ipiaiillty of oak anil hickory wood, cut and
spill, and ready for tho Move. Aim al
klnd.s ol coal which will lie delivered in any
part of the ylty on short notice. Leave or
Irrs at coal yard, on Commrrrlal avo'nua,
ntp(illo Eleventh sLrcnt. Dec. G-.'im
, 1'OltSAI.E.
The wvll-Luowu bli.-IiuH Und ol Cllitead
A I'rovoi at tha moulU uf Olearcretk, Alex
under cnuiify, Illinois, Mttatcd In onu Ol
the rlneit agricultural dlftrWt of thf Wei-t,
and with a urlboitabliilird trade. 'IhNwIII
lie louiiil a nircopiiottoiilty fur an energetic
"jlUllll..S 1H3I1,
'I he prcml.ei euht of a store 20X40 fert
aitelllii of elylit iooiiIk, well lilrnMied
aod conveniently arranged, goud ililerus
nd all necestry out-liUlldlngi, and oiii
arm of laud. Tettun liberal. Aiily t.r
ddres, WM.OUnTr.il,
I2-'i-Iiii. dAw. Olearcrck Laiulln-r, f II.
EilLKRS,
Hoot uml hoe maker, Twen lislief t, be
tween Washtngtoti avenue and Poplar
ktrt'ft.t preparatl to.muteboot uiul fUoii
In tbu laifft anil iimt ixiMouubl hi 1,-4.
He will make thrin to order, old or new
tjleiito Miltttistouier, out (it the bl? .and
tre-bet Hock, of which L always JIukii
good vupply on baud hum wnluh to make
4c)ccttoiiH. All tlttlm; of boot and slioci
made by Mr. Kb Ion 1 dune In hi own thop
nu foreign tilting being uu-d hy him.
Give him a call, and he will give you nulls
fiction. OBSTACLES TO MAhRlAGB
Happy roller lor young men trom tlio el
fecit ol error" and abtlen In narly llfo. .Man
hood rcitored. Impediment!! to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
and rcmarkabW ruciedltn. Hooka and clr
nilttrs sent free, In R'nled envelope. Ad
drcsr, Howard .Wjrljtlon, .No. 1 South
Ninth Mrect, Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion having u blih reputation for honorable
nmliict and prnfewlDoal skill. IIMBI dw3m
C'DJIMINSlnr .11 1'MC'll A NT .
?. Ii. MATUUrtn.
K. (. UHL
:i?'0'.BvV3s,3Dxij"a-
AND (i K.VKIt.VL
J n m M i s i o N M k it r ii a :
UKAMinS IN
nrXjOTTIR: GEAIK":
HA'V AUD WESTltK PHODUCE.
oino i,KVi:r.
U. ULOSK,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Limb, Okukht, Plahtku, Uaib, Sro.
Tio OUlo Lerfie,
JST 1 wUl tell In car load lot at niamila
turan' prices, addloi; Irelub
N. H. ThUtlewood. I. J. Thutewood
TUISTLEWOOI) & CO.,
Cjy.XSKAI.
) o m m i a a i ov Mi: u chaktb
DKALEKd i.4
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY. ETC
No.7S OHIO l.UVKK.
L'Aino,
11-2U
ILLINOIS.
l) t i: It UUHL,
:at'liiive
FhOUK MERCHANT
AN'll-
So. MS OHIO LKVKK,
3-J0 tf.
OAIHO, ILLINOIS
. 1 - -
IN Hl'BAKCIK
c. i j i u "g" il if s ,
GKXEliAL
INS UJIANCE AGENT
OFFICE
Uhl'H.
.Ohio Levee, over MathUM A
S&Sone but
Fir&t-CUin (Jnwpame
l.N:SUKAiNCHl)
KNI AllLlnaKII IH.-.H.
SAFKOHD, MOHllia & OANDKIj,
INSURANCFi AGENTS
7H UUlo Ltle(
CITY KATIONAI. HANK IIVILDINd
UAIKO, 1L1J?,
l'he oldest ctal'iuiicd Aki'ii')' i Southern
llliuoiit.'ri'presoiitlui: user
5fi5,O0U,OUO (10 !
p tho heat
llnltad StaUn
Insuramia Capital ol
tbo
DR. W. JiLAUW
GERMAN" PHYSICIAN.
Uudoris. illoclt (upstairs) cornor Btb Mtroot
and Washington Avouua.
nu-ni-tr. t'Aiito, Illinois.
SUrUltlM
JACOB WALTKlt,
BTJTOHHB
AND ItEALEIl IN
FFESH MKAT,
limnrn Stuikt, Brrwaiv Wairutotoh
xtro Comuiuoial Athum,
Adjolulstar M'tcntaanaa sta4 Mantsy'a
kr.p 11.4 ImkI i.r I)o, Hoik, Mutloa Vaal
I, m.t, Su)o, U- tad r pt tyttnl to n
Hmi In tha moil nifMt)l manner,
JOIW aAIITJl,
(Hueceeaor to Jamei Kynuton,)
UOTOftltt AND DBALBR IK ALL KlMDB Of
FaKSU MlATB.
COJOCBR NUCMTKMTH ANII POMJIR 8T.,
CAlltO. U.MNOIH.
iloy and alaughters only the best eatlle,
&ok ami vheop, and ia proparod tu nil any
louialid for froshmeaU from one pound to
ten thounand pound.
11 Y LAND &. SAUKit,
BUTCHERS
AND IlBlt.DUB IN
CUOIUK FRESH MEATS
OF KVKHY I)ltS(JIUPTION.
Oilier 10th Mreet acd Cemmorclal avunu
next door to thu llyland aaluon.
ll-ld tf. OAIKO, ILLS.
.MAtKtf KYN ASTON,
BUTOHEB
AND t)lALKR IS
LL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Vtar rur. Ttl'iitleth Klrerf sind f)o
incrolnl Anniid,
ItuyA and claughtcra only tho beat Cattle,
tings and Sheep, and la prepared to till or
lota fur Frenti MoaU from one to ten thou
ml pniimla. 7-'ritl
KNTEIirKISE SAYINQB
0P7ICK Of
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIKO
opFicima :
A. B. SAFKOUD. Prwldeut;
iJt lJ r A UUAa I kjVM. 1 DI1UOU
U, H Yd LOP, aoorwtary aud Traasuror
r: M. HiaiLAt,
f. U.Htuuuuth.
Cha. fliuuin,
Paol U. bason.
R. II, CuaawanAK,
M. r. U1U.IVAY,
1. VL. Paiu-iri
Desinalta ol an Asaossnt BHMl4MlfB
Ten Ceata Cpwssnia.
tXTKRMT paid on dpeIU at the ? of til
perooal. per annum. Much 1st and Baptitan
fcr Int. latcreat not wliadravn 1 added lmma
dlattlx to the pnootpal of the deposit, thereby
Kl'lo them componnd latirest.
UA'XAIBD VfOKBW AJSD OUILDBBH MAT
i aro IT MOKXT
o that no one iiiiiiii iw it.
Own itott butlnun dar fruru e.m. to S o.m..
af HetartUr orf-.m for HAVIMi DEFOOlTt
onlr, from lo o olocx.
nt.K W. HTHLur. Treemier.
THE CITY NATIONAL
U3 ATl"Tr.
UAIIIU,
OAI'ITAL,
T' . sioo.oco
OtltCBLSl
Wl P. IUI.LI1UT, l'rldent(
lltCVKr U 1UI.1.IHAT, Vioe-Prestittul
A. U.HAKFOKK, On.hler)
iVAIrUtt UYtil.UP, AislallaUaiMsr-
aiaicruiisi
Hrutt 1'All.nil, ItnstaT II. OVNNIV4BAM,
HtlMI Li. UJIU.IIIAV, W. P. II iXtlbAt,
llvi. Ii. WiLCUUfun, HiyrusN Dlao
A. H. Hirrouu.
KSfilHSSir. OoUt aud USlltMl NMM
Isnurta Booctst tsad Mulct.
DKHOH1TO rioltod, and a ttnerl benklnj
buplot-.w done.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
sir oAiuo.
It, W. Miinen, Preldant.
J. M. Flu MPS, Vloe-lroalden.
Chah. Connimoham, Caahiar.
aOLLKOTIONO PKOMl'TLY MADK.
IpXCITANOK, notn, tiaak noton aad Ualt
'j Htatkaribuur't'txiLouuMaad aold.
latum Allawwu on Tliu ttfii"!'
TILE NEW
ARLINGTON HOUSE
COMMlUtOIAL AVKNUE,
lletwci'ii Sixth and Hevonlli Streets Cairo,
Illinois.
T. II. KMilS, rroprli'top.
I Tho .Sew Arlluglon Ilouso Ii uow open
I lor tlio reception of niiotN, Tho house U
liienlcil in tin' neari oi tno uusinohj poniou
ol the city, and cotivcnlunt to steamboat
l.imllii'.'H und railroad tlopou. (lood aampln
rooms lur cnmuicrclal agents. Watch kept
day and nlf-htlor buaU and tralux.
btJ-l!Mf.
litSAV nXONKM.
HAM W 11 SOU,
OKOoniuan
PltOVIBlfWH ITU,
No. 110
Onto Lrwic., (.'sn.o, Iti.iatna
V, A I KO, AUK AN3A3 AND TEXAS
ArtiMJAlKO AND FUL.
TON KAILHOADa
Tho shortest and only dlreet ran (.
Cairo to Jaekaonport, Little Iltk, Ut
Spring, Fulton, and all point U Arkaatwts
ana tbc Southwest, and (lalvertoa, Hmo,
iaiiai, Austin anci an point In Teza
rWKLVK HOURS IN ADVANCE 0
ANY OTUKK HOUTi:.
Through tlckeU, through bill of ladfaag .
and information aa to fralfht raUa. BW
anger fare, connection, ate., can, 1m b
talned at tho company' flea In Wltttw'tv
block, corner of Seventh atrtet Bad cJb
merclal avenue.
Hacks will rail at private rldBet t4
hotel for pasiangera. when ordrar UR
In time.
Wegant Pullman palaca alttptag cnB
all nlht train.
Trains run dally, (Sunday txcpt4)&waB
the Cairo OrUce a follows:
ClUltr.KHTOH ACCOMMOSAnoM.
t.avK Urccntlcld'a....0'33 a m tad 4:0b MB,
Aratvn at Ureenflld'..9:17 a m aBd3Mp.a.
Kxi nrtaa hums daily
l.cnvej Grerntleld'n. Mhp. B),
Atrlvc al Oreenlteld'... 1:40 B.Bi.
1. AXTBl.L, Chtaf gf It.
TIIK CAIKO AND VINOJSNNKi
RAILROAD.
CUANOE OF TIKI.
On and alter Tuesday, January 13, 1714,
train will run aa follow:
(WINO HOKTH.
Leave tJalro 4-30A.aV
" Mound City iM
" Harrlsburi,' 7:47 "
" Kldorado ( 640 "
" Norri City 8:44 "
" Cannl f3
" Alount Carmel t.IO-M.". ,
Arrive at Vlncennes 12:10 r.M.
ooixo noimr.
I.cavo Vlncennea Tb AM.
" Mount Carmel 8:1 "
Carml V0M "
" Norrl City 10:7 '
Kldorado 1131 "
" llarrisburi; 1V.4S "
" Alouml City 3:40 r.M.
Arrive at Cairo 3100 ,
MOUND OITT ACCOMMODAIIBBT.
Leave Cairo at 11-30 ajn. Bad 6:00 yjm.
Leave Mound City at 12:56p.m. and 0:66 p.au
CONNECTIONS.
AtNonia City with HprlagQeld aud IU1
nolK Southeastern railway for Srinfft14
and Shawneetown.
At Vlnccnncn, lndlanapollaaad Mbcbbjsbb
railway for IniltanarMll and aU rotate lYortii,
Kastand West; with KvanavtUo and Craw
tords llle railway forTerra Haute, CvaniTll),
Danville, Chicago and point Marth, Cat
and went; with Ohio and Mississippi rati
way for St. Loula, Louisville, Cincinnati and
all point east and west.
Ticket tor tale at Company's office, cor
ner Seventh street and Commercial avaau,
anil by .lames Alallory, Ticket Asjont, No..
Cevco street.
L. W. I'ALMxn, Gen'l Bufft
F.. P. Wilson, Gen'l Passenger, At.
37-13-tf
KAI. BITATB At
VCW.
O. WINSTON 00.,
REAL ESTATE AGXNTf
AUOTIONXMa,
74 (BMJOVU VL90B) OBIO UTM
OAIKO, 1UJS
Birr Aire Bill Rial Ktati,
PAT TAXJC8,
rUUMUa AB8TRAOT8 OW TITXdl
nooK BIMBaUt.
PATRON IZhi
HOME TBAPS
BULLETIN BINDERY,
L'orner Tweinh ttratt and WBtalBftoa Avt)
J. C. HUEL8.
(Late of 8L LouU,)
PROPRIITOR
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUPAOTURK
IiLANK BOOKS or BTorydtwrtptta
with naatnoaa and illinatck. All kJav
rulln!! done at short nottca. Btblaa, JMUk,
Maitaztnea and Periodical bound aBBit
U the lowest powlbla rata.
County work, such aa Heeords, Uekt
Fan Book, UUiik, etc., made a upaoiaRT.
Uoxoa, Pocket Uooka,Uavalaa(, ete.,atada
to order. 1144.
B.JT. PARKER,
(Successor to l'arkar Aktlakt,)
UBALBIt IN
PAINTS AND OIL8
VarsslaaiM,
WALL PAPER,'
WIUDO'W Ca-Zi JLflffU
WOTPOW IKAOaV.
Aid tha otUbratad lUajalaatta
AUBOBA OIL.
BBOSH'LOILDWO, OOl) llMM. H
M1&01A1T
Uaioo . . lumen
if. M. BTOCKLKTU,
isstisaraa-,
HecUtlar and Whalatala Dtalar to
roaEIOB AMB NIM it
LIQUORS AND WINES
no. 63 omio ura
CIKO.HLLUIO
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